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 7, 1829
Publication Date: 1828-1830
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055168
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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;;=- I Laws ofthfi United Sr a t es. their annual report to Congre I the infirmary on accouut ct nick Itf'iS, ..#-

a1j 1Pm< lli m& a@1o ---- ----==-=._._ --- what they suppose to be the reason of; upon the recommendation of the Phv-
4 I BY AUTHORITY. such failure.! i i\ sid;.... Etch convict, immediately: iII
r Sec. 5. And be further (netted, '' upon !being received into the Penitentiary' -
the President of the United States of America. ( T>\*>' That the Warden shall receive a sd-: shall be ,thoroughly! cleansed

BY AUTHORITY.WHEREAS riQiI.V.VS arv of twelve hundred dollars a vear. with warm water:: 'indsoap, and soall: :
The other officers and servants of the /j I have the hair cut close; and the Warden dJI:

an additional} article to the Ciuivention of the 2Qh: December Peureni'nry shall receive such annual and other officers shall take tno t

1827, between the United State of America, and the Hanscatic Republics or monthly pay as the Inspectors shall! strictest precautions to guard; againstthe /
of Lubeck, Bieuien, and Hamburg, was concluatd and signed, at t direct. j!! intiodtiction! of any infectious or .
Washington on the Orb day ol June, 1828, which additional article, bring in : 11 I Sec. G. And be it farther enacted '< contagious disease, from the persons it'
the English: and French languages, is i word for word, as follows : :. J That it shall be the: duty of th> Warden or clothing! ,)t"suc convicts ; which lie
1 I to !keep accurate accounts of the il precautions; it shall be the duly of the to
ADDITIONAL! ARTICLE ARTICLE ADDITO EL. I niatemls nought or ftirnMu-d for the Inspectors to regulate, and prescribein 11
To 'Ja ( invention of friendship! A la Convention d'amitie, de o m-, THE SECOND CONGRESS.Punuc us'! 01 labor ol' the convicts, and also! j their by Iiws. A descriptive list of .,

coinnirice, and navigation; : concluded coerce, et dc navigation, conrlue' u I tt of the proceeds of their iabor ; he shall I i the names, ages, persons, crimesnnd frt
Washington on the twentieth dayf Washington le vingt Decemhre, 1S7'I t [ -;-:No. 49 ] .i make all contracts and! purchases for sentences of thr: convicts, shall: be

-, December, 1827, beten tile tntre les RepuMiques AnseatiquesdeLubeck ': i An discipline Act concerning of the Peailentiary the g.,viMinBcnt in ttic Ditrkt an>! ;', the supplies necess oy for tliu: Peuij j kept by Warden.and such description S
United =Si.u< s of : .t1iCI ut.d the Bremen, et Haniboijig, et ot'Columlii._. : teniir: ; !he sliall{ I !have. power( to let shall be entered immediately up.
II-"- ::.. i it ,i'-.Mies of Lubeck, Bieniii le> Etats Unis tI'A mcrlque. I Be it enacted by the Senate and I out the labor of the convicts by contract I| on the reception: : of each convict. 1 i

; ..ltd H:imbutg.TJifT'iiifd ,r house Representatives of the United I 1 subject! always, howi-ver, to 'ht' i! Th,.. convicts snail be clothed at the '"
State of :America rind] Lex Republiques Ansealiqnes! de t 1!; States of America in Congress rules and discipline of ihe Penitentiary; '!: public experue during he whole term

ihe (H f !M)_"',\lir Republics! of Lubeck! Lubeck, Bremen, et Ilambowg, et I II assembled, That the P l'-,-..u ;iiid H-imhujji, wishing:: to I les Euts! Unis ti'A nlenque, licsirant l 1 i I erected in tle; City of W.iihir.jiiou; I(,I' and 111.'e"UOI' ) 01'the Iij-j} i'i-toriover- !: and cheap ell tIC ials, uniform in color 7id
laver ll-ieir} intuii.ii c\Him1lrcl' by af- favoriser mutuellement tt-ur l'0I1H1I rce,1! in pursuance of" An act to pruviiiefor j yeeaud niini: _f all! the ..ft'urj of thepeniteirriry -' and make, and so striped, or other- toI

tt.diHt!, lit IIWtir.pt\rt', (iy'Itj IWC J>;5:1ry : an donunnt drills leur ports, route assistance !I ereciir.,. Penitentiarv in the Dis-I and shall l 11f. ir ).,;/...t,!.. !! wi..e so conspicaonsly; inarked.ns may tjad'
assist'':j' t. l4 'heir' respective necessairc a leurs I balimensrespectifs II, let of Columbia: & f oruttltt! piirpo-- 1! for the dun f'nfH"I""lf'n: : of its .tlle clearly: distinguish.hem! ; from the ordinary -
,c'lsthe'tI'! "''' 5ui: Plenipotentiaries + !It's soussignes Pl nipolen- es," passed: twentieth of May, (';glJ- by-la.r:, and discipline!i ; l-.e .halln: ,k<-'' dress of oilier persons. Their ...
have tip tl't:r agreed upon the following tiares sont convenus, de plus du suiv- teen hundred, and twenty six,:.!h Ill! In- : O'.Jt and deliver to the Inspectors, at : .!(!ingaiui other personal accommo- It 4:
additional: article to vhe Convnntioo tint article additiouel: a la convention designated and Known as the Pe-.iiters- e\t'h: of the rnontlitv!! in'>ftiiiLI<, an ac- I Io d.uions! : shall bo of! the cheapest and
nf 1'1 and! irivijiMiou d'.mmic i dn commerce, et de naviga- ,. :' of Ill I courted kiucl, consistent
iHRndshi", commerce, ti-iry for the District of Colunibi aId! co'int moneys received! and ex- with use and .
concluded at Nashtaton: on tion, conilue a Washington! le vingt I shall be exclusively! appropriated In: p-M-d.d by iiim ou aoo>!tit t of i Ie! Pe-I: durability., The convicts! shallbe fed 2

thr Uventicth day of Dc'cetnber,1S 7, Deceinbie, 1527 entre les parties I the CtH, illing such persons as; m.iy b(' 1 I nitefiti'iry, d irin:;> ::,ac precedir'! I j: I in iiiu ciieapes; : food which will sup- .
between the contrari'tnu pat ti"-'. contraCI:tllh's. I convicted of} offencos wliirh now are, 1 n1-\nh! s:tcCifVII) fom: wlH>UII"cfiI iv '' I p.) t h,'
Thr. Consuls: an.I Viet! Consuls L('* Consuls el Vice Consuls pour- or may heieaftei be, punishable; wiii I ('d!, ;iid\ I to \tviioin \\i\-i\\ : \, HI!! frvUit, :I .'i;. ne- ur variety in the said diet, as
may cause to be ai f-tcd! the sailors: ront faire an e'er' les mat(,lots faisautpartio imprisonment; and labor, under illl.jws : 11 !iich il'c'UIU sh 1 ill bc > >ynrn II) bv I I i IIJ.lj \tlt> consi,.e.i: with the health of 2'J*

being part of the crews of thr vessels des 1 eqoipagesdes' ha.tinicrt de of the l/nited:\ States, or of I ti! .' 11w! \Vini-n! and! c.iri.-fiSlv!!: iV.etl: :.nl! !: tie! cnd! -, tni.l thf! economy of the h
of th.! .ir respective outcries! wko I cur pays respectils, dui auroient deserte District of T.ilnnib'n. I i iI pre.M'TVfd ..iiti.1114 ilio (pip'i' : nf tin': I II I: I' t'l1irh1i j Ir ;. Tl.py! shaH b."keItts .
shall have deserted from the said: desdits balimens, pour les ren- Set' 2. And be it further enacted, I Bo.nd of In'periJirs lit- sh-dl a"u'l: 'i fir as jny ho couaisteat with their

vessel. in order :o send them! bark voxeret (tile transporter; hors du pr.ys.Anqiit1 l That i it shall he th'' d uty. of the Prn.si- I oilthrtirstAJonlVr| ; J USD ir\ Ap. il, i iI i i .U::", ht,.:!hlt, sex and ability, to labour
;. and transport them out of the -Tct( lesdits Consuls! et \VcCon : dent of 1110 United States to appoint, July, and Oriober! in etch ve.tr. :r.-ike :I i u- the ii 'Tilest and) most servile kind, ISf

country. Fort purpose, tlu ->ails s'addrcsseront aux tribunaux, annti.tllv, fiv<> iesi; ctable inh.ibitatiiN; I, 4i.it and! exhii't: to ::In propi-r; :iccoiif.tjiii'4 : 'I' an 1 as far .:s may. \be, uniform in its
said Consuls mid Vic Consuls sdiull: jugs el olliciers compeUT.s:;, et leur of the Distrirj! of Columbia! ; to be Inpectors I otTi.'er of Tipannrv; Dep.ntni"iit ; : nature, anti flf a kind where the work .

:uldie>< themselves! to the courts, let out, par ccrit, la deniar.d'j, tiestlilideserteuis > of the atilt penitentMrv woo' {!| an accjriu: : : of all nouevs 1 ie- is h-ast liable to be( spoiled by igno- "

judges; .1)1] officers competent( :, ands tn justifiant, par IVxhibi- shll severally 1..1! ] their otl'ioes for ft'ln'll .tfid p-id::.] -icco'iii: .:f ni; PeUiWllli,1 Piiice, :nesih'Ci" or obstinacy, or the
:: -11 demand tlic std deserters in tion dts} rcgisfres du L liOlln! !, ou iUlt'! I one year, frum iu date of ilniir \i\i-\ .v, l;+r drJ: I t ,r iiuee 11I"iJlh, nHHri.ts; o bo injured, stoleu[ or dtsroyed. l :
writing, proving' by an exhibition: :( of d'equipace, ou autres document ,lJi- pointment. .1'cib:: 'iii from' wiio-n 1'f't.'f'IVt'oI lf to ; = Tney shall, n.it. at any lime, 6la

the registers:\ of the said vessels, or ciels, que. ces homrues fai>aient part jc Sec. 3. :,1J"J.I i ltfj.rtl.fr inrxtcd, vviou! I p.sJ;; iiil! Tor what: :am! >!?..ilisettle' he permitn-d: to converso with one

ships' roll, or other. official document, desdits equipages. Et stir cette de- That the 1''ni shall\ ;:! ;I) ap.K/tnt I- ) LIe i.i.n-j \i:1 I.:: >.:id I L-;_-,) ':"iI i. r!iomT;, or wiio: strangers, except by J
that those men wei <- part ol'said crew ; mantle, ainsi justtficc, sanf, tuutcfuis one W.in'i-n; (,fi d!;e .aid; PenifJnt-; 3.y, I ni'.Mit. i, tin, sjii-c;;;! vmij!>siui),Hnd ill presence
Dud on thii demand, being o proved, la prtruve coutraire, I'extindition ne who sll'',', hold! his: ollke during tIt! SHI7.) And be it filrthrrenaerrd, :, of so.ue oti.-er of the prison, as niavbe .
sdving, however, when the contraiyii pourra 6tre refuse ; et 51 era d.,nn6 pleasure of the Pr->illlIt. That t tim W.irden, bfl'in !,r? Plfrt'rS :; 1'I't dtl'cd; by the by-laws ; they
proved the delivery shall not be route aide et assistance aux bits Consuls 5 r'.. 4. ttnrl'bc it fuithrr rxtictejTlint II I II ""I '!oe .j,.,; ..fl,: .. .,11.-. J '!I"" ,;;..... :i lwi:,.aH! !... I.V.Jo: til IvlKu.f Jl: ....!:-, :u
jelused ; and t:::ere shall be given all ct Vice-Consuls, pour Ia recherche : said itlscrtnr.,: : sh.tll hol.l! their I i etnd to the Ln; i'o.t! Su'c: with H-.ii-! : since! and \viti r.rnct: obedience. I
aid anti: assistance to the said Consulsand saisie et arrestatiun des su,- tlrsi iiicetin.iiiiiu( .; ten ii-ivi.iltJ-r tl."ir I ('('Iit il'nl"I'!V (11 '"P approved I} ; : t bv tI': ;j :Sec. 12..dar11, if further enacted, Q
\'t COIl IIIs for the search, dits reserteurs lesqu ls seroiit iiiCmcdetenus ( \ in Tillt, the lti r.(r'1'r) of the tine Penttr.uiiry "
( ( impoinimettt ; they slj.ill! 'I\'point\ one ;I IStr'I| !'Ii" of :!i- !P 'ai'nt'I'! : s I" !; .| -
smiue, and: ntrrsl of the said dcbertirs e.l gard6s l.WS les pu ti.s du( t)4;'heir nmubi-r to It;' the it .-:ecr''t.rr., I I >|jiii> .is th'V .shall! 'iirt-j-r, C"IIad! P.! : sh.dl: :5.i? power to ilUllilba .
,- ; _;.S:! HV.-U be dutainrd and pays, a leur inquisition et 1 a leuis frais, who shall lierp rersl! .ir rr c.jrdi of their t I"I! tiiitl ire 1:' 'I't.fiiiifiilv! p. i'JOa" [!Sits 'I..'utii | .y run in i 5j; t'r' PejienMarvt! ; who "

ke;'; i !:.I' !,- ':-,' 1S of the country HItliHi }1'11IJ' a cc qu'ils! aie m tiouv6 occasion I !proceeding) ; a iin'jnriiV; h.dl be a I.. -, a -. tI t.IY I ;.it t'-';tn' :..r S-- .ii viqtl'rte: or r'-.I..e' li; obev- I"
.l.qul.>t aini expense: until they de !les renvoyer. Mais; s'il.-. .:V-t ienJrenvine quorum fur tho transa.t; II")I llf all business I all j ood-:, miMiev.'jr ctl:ct' .11-;Iell:' (se. ', rt; .. nil's:1 of tl Ii': 1.pnft'; :''arv. or top
shall h.ixr, lo'ind opportunity of sending < dins l le del l.i de deux\ .ins; and all questions shall be decide loti..:iiis! to thv Uni: "J S! ifes, or to "Ii ; iin the,r wok I a >.ijt il I.m.' or ::
hens bit k. But if ihe\ be not com'pr..r du l rrci( dsseront I !i 1\\ ; O ..Inll resist bv violence! ..t"fthe ,.
a }( jour tide( sent back whhtn two monls1) be eargiset! ne pourrou htu3eIC I they shall hold! regular meetings of thr I ut' the duties and trust ; r.t ;his:i uiii :.', ofi'-ers!. of thus Penitri'j._ in, u i: ex-
counted from the dv; of their: arrest, urrcies la tnemtf 'M ...,tH tit'Iiltir! lawful ';Wi'or
: !pour cause.II : board, at leas once in evury month!! ,I ; come into ha eus"h': ;u-.il i pv irl-> au _
they shall !be >e. at hberv, and shall and) oftener it they shall lied it necessary liver ilit s;:plc user t., tH'! Uiid: ;i fce no more arrested for thi: same cause.: they shall singly, iii tunis, visit: : I SRt: ur snr'.i'! ;>Pruc is In.I': !)" :iegally Ita >1 ls or m ler-'tN! ; and! i it ?::vl- _, iho )
It i is und( rMood, however, tht it cst HntfiiKJ, toitoh)5", n-ii si le and insjjj'ct: the Peuiletitl.yonce ', at le-t t l, I It entitled! thereto, ivhenevor' :lie) I d"luf tte! J Warden to inai i:.! siicLj ,.
the deserter should be found to have de>e 1 teur Sf uouvait avoir comr.iis,; in pach'eek, upon sow; staled: l I 'I shall l he lawfully! required' '; which! 1 ho'id t! |pr:: ,isunient.: either (by HtV.a-nei.t IQsjhi'jjy ",.

committed any crime or offence, his quelqiie crime ou deli', tl pan r..t eiie day, to (Infixed by their by-laws : iho\. n: iv b,: sui"' J, iu tlsu nmuoi'iue t; ,11- i tels; by diet ua Lri;! Mid It.t'
surrender may be delated until the sursis a son cxtra'liiioii, jusqufa: ce shall direct in what labor the! convict:; 11.11"States, for the use of I't thy UuittiiI : I w ter, I by putting s',.ch rcnv:(:i in
tribunal bc-lbre: which the case shall quo I le tribunal sianti de 1'.,IT<.1ire aura shall be employed : it shall be hire r I I i States: or ai) individ.jal! wh > n: 'y ;"-1)11"t or in t'u st ifk. ; ...J. .!:' chI :t
be shall have pronounced celle-ci i, ', I i tui'.iishments! dl he .iJa.-K: .
depending iPiidu ct : sr rt
si; sentence que duly to 1 prepare a system of fllips all d'htvea I : c'J'nitherr'unt a< often ast'n- : 4- port
its sentence, and such sentence shall alt recd son execution.Le I re'l I .
have been carried into efu-ct. !I tin? discipline, health and cleanliness such ')'Jt: :,11/11; !! :be lJuII"ht a::ai.-si '\. W?.-.'I;IY \ MT..t"K!, 5 !:ie ..e
The present! addition.1 article shall present arli;la additional aura of the Penitentiary, the hours of labor, I Il the security within: six years of th-I lid) >)t f I InsAectois at iheir! .' "iv
have the same force and value as if i it la memo force et valcnr que s'il etait I I meals: and government and behavio.ir time when the c ius" of aciion: acrrned.Sec. m..tfn ; and it hllllJJ} the i-iiy ol

were inserted: word for word, in the inhere mot a mot duns: la Convention I l of the officers and convicts, so as bestto 8. And be it further enacitd, I ilP Inspectors to adopt and enforce
Convention signed at Wasliington! on signeea Washington IB vii,,:!t O : carry into effect the several} directions That it the Warden of the said! Pt-ui- special; rues! aud by-laws regula'.int!
twentieth day of December, 1827, bre, 1827, et etant approuve e: ct'm-I I and requisitions of this act ; they teutiary shall havi any interest himself ti; ,- tiii!" me-is.ire, extent and modeof ..
and Uemg approved and ratified by dar les S6nats des Rejubliques An. shall lake car that these totes and I in any contract: m.idf: bv hu tourh- su.-il :;unisliiiens: in relation to tno .
the President of the United States, s6atiqucs de Lubeck, Brsnien, et regulations be made l known to the I ing theatisirsofthe! : PCl:;l'nrldl"j'widl t sever Ir! ':f'nce! (ninst: the* discipline! : i

by iud with the advice and consent of Ilambourg ; et par lo President des officers of the prison and the convicts ]{!, a view of lining, for hinh.-r; (eitii" of the P, iiii ;Htt.iry. and to report the
the Senate tlercotnd by the Senates Etats Unis, par et avec 1'avis e: leconsentement I aWl: thai the strictest obedience be directly iiniiiectly.-iny profit or ad same in tneir an.iual! reaorc to Congress .. .
of the Hankeatic Republics of Lubeck, du Senat desdits Elats! paid thereto ; they shall provide that vantag' the.rehv! he >hd| be deP'nt'l whenever the)' shall be adopt..
Bremen, and Hamburg the ratifications les ratifications en seront chan;;eead 'the strictest attention he piid to preserve guihy: : of misu'eiiHMnor.aiKl !t.- shill ou ,:d, altered, or repealed.
shall be exchanged at Washing- Washington, dens 1'esudci! de neuf cleanliness throughout the build- i\ conviction thereoube:* p-jnishod bv fiiu* t S,,,c. 13. And tte it furl. enacted, .
tin M"hin nine months from tho date mois, a dater de ce jour, ou pltitot si aug-<<, kitchens, cells, bedding, and I:i not exceeding two thnus'ir.d dolh.s, i Th It the! Inspeclois halt appoint ono I1R

JItf'-f(, or sooner, if possible. faire se pent. as far as in .y be, in the persons:: and .. and be diirniised; fuun otlici>,and t'vi- i! rt-gul'irly practi ill' l' Phvstcian, to be
J i Edith whereof, we, the utrler- En fur de such declared void the Piiysici and Surgeon of the Penitentiary -
quoi, nous, soussign, en clothing of the convicts ; they shall: I ry contract m iv be j I II -
sign ci, virtue of our respective full de I II whose duty it sh III be to
y rertu nos pleins pouvoirs re.spcctifs : I appoint, and at their pleasure remove, I by the sli,11; Uipt"clors. ,
POWH'I! signed tile present addition avows signc le present article such keepers, and other inferior officers Soc. 9. And be further enacted, : visit thwPeii!ieutr. ry at such times nj

\ aucieand huve thereto affixed additional, et v avons appose uos and servants, as may be required That the said Inspectors; shall not be. I I may be prescribed by the Inspectors
our etll. sceaux. for the service and government of the concerned in any contract; touching and to render all.medical and surgical:
Done in quadruplicate at the Cityof Fair par quadrnplicata: en '.a Cite Penitentiary : they shall from time to the a f.lirs of the said Penitentiary: ; aid which may be necessirv. ()ire
the fourth oi f Washington le Juin Pan but if such shall be at aparinient or more, as niav be needd 1'
Washington on day q-iatre time, inspect the accounts ot the Pcnteutiary any contract
.lun, m the year of our Lord one i de GrAce mil huit cent vin t-huit. and shall see that the any time male, in which the said Inspectors i I hhal! be fitted up as an Innrmary?
thousand eight hundred and twenty r:.. f R.l V. RUMPFF. affairs( thereof are conducted with or any of them, huv% directly I I and in case ufsit kness of r.ny convc': ,
eight.i l: [lL. s.l H. CLAY. economy and integrity: ; they shall, in or indirectly, any interest, the he or she, upon t examination! of the
TL. E;:.1] H. CLAY, the mouth of January, in every year, same so t fir as relates to that interest, Physicianhall!, upon his order, bo f
l L. s.l\ V. RlhMPFF. report to Congress: a detailed accountof shall be wholly null and void. removed to tin luf:ni.iry, and! the
And whereas the said additional article has been duly ratified both the expenses and income. of the, Sec. 10. And be it further enacted name of such cuisvict siihll': l he entered
on ;
I That all suits: that be i in a hospifii; 1111,1:0, :be !kept t for thai ,
parts, and the respective ratifications ot the same have, this day, been exchanged Penitentiary* the number of convicts m ly necessary i I I I __ . '
at Washington, by Henry Clay, Secretary of State of the United received, discharged, or deceased, I. to be brought for any matter or thing I! purpose ; anu wlk'llevrr me A hysrctashall J
Stales, and Anthony Charles C.i/enove Consul of the Ilinseatic Republicof during the year, the rules and bylaws .- i relating to the affairs of the said pri- report to the Wardtthat: such!
of and Vice-Cunsi! of the Free Ilanseatic Republic of Hamburg, passed, altered, or repealed"within son, shall be brought in the name of convict U in' a proper s:'rte to iPtnntu ,! e,
I the United States vhether the the ord'ii.iry ein>>Uynien: ofi} ; At.
the of their Governments : such year, and such other mat- : contract -
on pin respective : pri. oi., such rt- ,or: shah bo d"iv 'Ii
and which such suit is founded ; ev
I ters relating fo the discipline ; on : ,
th JoiiH
Ne.\r bo it known it QUINCY ADAMS Presidentof
-ed t,,ok
in tint and
be made in their i I: (t' sdJ e lilt; coc- G
of the prison, as inaji name or not.
the United State of America have caused the said additional article management
and I Sec. 11. And be ,. enacted ic: shall return to the ,)ordinary discipline :: ;., ;
its I further I
and clause be proper to make known state 1\ tl
the that the
be mad" public, to end same very thereof, may be:
I II ThatMiie male and female convictsconftued of Penitentiary, so far a:
observed inJ l fulfilled: with good tYuli, by the United States and tho citizen condition and it shall be their duty I
the reot.Iu : so to manage the affairs of the Penitentiary in the said Penitentiary shlll: may be corsii i cnt with his or he; ;
if it be possible, that the proceeds be kept, and htlliahor, wholly sepa- 1 lealthaad strength.! Special rules fat
witness whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand, and caused the Seal of I ,l
\ the order and of the Intinnary
the United States be affixed. of the labor of the said convicts I rate and apart from each other. fc'vc- t government
said convict shall ho confined( ina ; slull be matie aid cnforcec! (
shall all of singly
the te; ry
D- 'ie at the City of Washington, this fourteenth day of January, in the
such i by the Inspectors, and nothing! in thi:
Penitentiary and more. But nothing separate cell at_ night, and at
[L. s.j] year of( our Lord, OUR thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, 3u
said times of the he she hit aci contained, shall bo rou;,ti ..ed t :
and:! of the Independence of the United States the fifty.third : herein contained shall prevent the : day as or may Ii:
such relaxation of
Inspectors from employing the said unemployed in labor, except at. hurl :, forbid any thege
JOSItf: QUINCY ADAMS. convicts in labor iVw the United hours and places as may be sped! illy nrral d sci line of the i'eiu euti.irya:5 'li'i
'-" Bv !lu President : States. And, if the said Penitentiary I assigned, by the rules of the Peniiru- way be required\ fur the sick. :

H. c KAY, hall fail to support itself, it shall be t iar)', for religious or other instruction, Sec. 14. And Ac further enacted,. f
Burdarv pI CtaU- .. the dutyof the said Inspectors to statein 1 or for meals, or wheu dial ferred ux | That the Iuj f>eaoi: .>l,ali have Iioyvl er.




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--- '" : t1c.rc1 that Mump' Ha was afterwards The ofl this J.etd ,
< it Is hereby made their duty, to --- cororer city inqihsttocliie _
provide for the labor and in- I c4 t) i -i '1\31L. the scene of ROme othtr atn+ciuu. villainy i bodies of' the following p'UjtiII.. h. '
separate for.v, h ich the people,r the hones au tle 1-- Perk.Vm.. Pe(.ft! Alexander Ciun>-tn, y"o;
strnctiun of any convict under the 'age ed -But these are all tales! of at least Mrs Nelson iVIrg. Williamson (coloured 3

if fourteen years, and to mako and For the Pcmacola Castile.. half century old, and the Watte has been woman) James Livingston, 1'hos. Walton,

ouforcH such ruin and regulationsiheicfor I' ]' rlg I for. many years us safe as any place in the lidrmaii V.telVm.. Brown Franklin Ely.AVi .
I: A Slorkwtll, Henry LoyaM Peter Gil-
'in their Written at sea by Moonlight. kingdom
us may judgment, leu, John Brown, John .MtKennrp, Jacob
.':. most conduce to the reformation Our vesseJcut* the loamiug wave, Fran the Long Mewl Patriot. 3oi!f, Ihlul-s\\'tIl 3mson.Jame. C. Bu gher '

;instruction of such youthful convicts, ; The Which wind soon W9wsresLs"the way be our ural'ry utoon Iran shines: We have received the first and second Olio E. Fergentine, Silvantii C. f 1 lila-

cUi) thing in tlislr.t to thc contrary bright, numbers of the "State !'alladium," a pa' ran, Ilenty Megre John kilo Kayee, J
I per devoted to the support of Free M* Jas. PITCP, Licnl. Bruckeurid.
1 ,
nntuithsianding. They slall: also havepower "Remember Me when spa sec her light, I
J the President the United State Was Mid well, sooty, and published by Miraars. J U.I Inquest thin adjourned, three dead
.J und it haoll1Je their duty to By of by one, wbojoved, me bodies '
i remained be ,
to examinednames
; When I bade her tart a longfarewcU. Clapp and Co.1 New London, Ct. Their ._ ;
,: jnovitle! for all the convicts! the means ;' vf America.A sheet refcomme'hds'itself toevery not ascertained.it ." "t
"Remember tfteeftm mind at tea, unprejudiced ". .
; of reli tcms worship5, and religious and t tj PROCLAMATION. Ttry tearful rye which sated on u*. man although the Kdltorsore" !'J.YG '' f 1i

j 10: t mOlall1ltnlcuon.$ubjecthowever, to I 'V Er..EAS.bv an Act.of the Congressof 'In mind "feel! thai beating heart? tot Masons, their arguments in favor of: \ZE rl'Tj )

b' I enf'randes, not inconsistent with ,: the U. States, of the 24th of May, Tnesame u when I bald 'wfI > ut. the incisor and' Honorable Crafl" cart : J :
t : the drtcijilins heretofore presuibed. i one thousand eight & hundred twenty Perhaps no more thy! form I'M see, y the conviction "words of truth and -: --- -- ,-

F. eigIJte titl'd An Act in addition to No morn thy eye which wept for me. soberness," like them we are not freeMasons .

::_ Str. 1 J.- And be! it further tntu't/, A nola.ce HKO to me is given, ourselves, yet we raiiuol forget ,
nn Act, entitled An Act concerningdiscriminating If not on earth well in Heaven. that Sire and "
: 'That nu person shall be permiuej t to meet our was 'frce accepted, it )
Duties of Tannage and iI.G.H. fiiv.Uli pleasure to itMtss :he effect of
visit ihn said Penitcntiarvvithuul! a
Impost,' and to equalize the' Duties hose Gentlemen o bweep away the "re

trritton order from one or more of the on Prussian vessels and !their cargoes," fuge of lies" that cunning;:, kn: \.ih. and

f. said Inspectors, except the President it is provided, that, upon satisfactory : l\BC t 1ALQi'Y. unprincipled political demugogues have
of the United States the Secretaries rained ffeleiniiv
:' against the niislendhe
evidence being given to the Presidentof ,
of the scv Departments\ of the Government people, and carry on their Iclfi ;h pur
the United States, by the government From the SatnnUiy Evening Past. wish hem
posel-\ every public success
Member of Congress, and of any foreign nation, that no Dandle ()inmost.A and while they evince like desire to v '
\ ) o'f the Courts''of th" UniSec. i.
thcJudges. discriminating duties of tonnage or specimen! of the illustrations provi- be useful, by the ability of the editorial{ ---- _. ----
led St, .tf impost are imposed or levied in the dril by Sir Waltrr Scott, for tke new edition department J and judgment in the very if n1 ': ;:
of his novels, will be general and excellent *elrt'I ion of !1Gsc'-I i.JJ ,_ 1 f ,k '
16. And be il further enacted* \ports of the said nation, upon vessels l acceptable to c.= -. --- ._- = -
of reader Tit folio I inns: that in their
many our string appears piper, thy cannot '
That if Assistant luil citizens of tlm TUEjJ\\ JULY 7th. 1829.
anv Keeper, wholly o rising to
fail! of
fern to that chapter of Guy M or other officer, or servant, employed I United States or upon the 1 produce) i. which describes the -deliouse in the waste' of i light and liberty, and may they feel I't'TifII1U 1'r7Jr.t .

: in, or about the said! Pi-nilen4ijry' ( manufactures, or merchandise, imported and the encunnter of Uinmont & Drown the supper of a gond conscience, and subhUn'ial -- -- .. .

shall convey out of; or bring into, the j I in the same from the United with the gipsy robber*. "It is fitting to prunf if the p'iblic good wjl| inpayutyo TO littS.
IE explain to the reader the locality described subscriber nl-ile' they advocate .
Penitentiary, to, or !from,' .y convict States, or from any foreign country,
,''t in HUH clisptcr. There is, ur rather like doctrines as \IaM>ns profess. .'JEIIF: O fjce and ietablitiv'tt! of the
cnnfinccllflcre, letter or \niting, the President is thereby authorized to
any I should say tlu re -ear, a little Inn, sills( :'Masonry teaches us to practice chany i$ I r niarot Ciizcilo and FI'r.J Ji} \d-

or shall bring into the said Pe.nitentia- i issue his Proclamation declaring thatthe Mnm;+'* rind, thai IM, being interpreted, to protect chastity, .to respect the \citiser. j'r* tfrer-oll f'Jrsale. Il is ;. ..\ five

ryto sell or give away, any spirituous I foreign discriminating dunes of Heggir's Hotel, near to iilsUml!, which tics of blood and friendship, and to adopt yaM and an half since this Xn"' l,,itr

or vinous liquors any.thing! whatsoever I tonnage and impost, within the United had not then attained its present fame a:: the principles and to reverence d:.' s.icrameHls v/-4 tanIithec! urder Its prciclIl title

without the consent, in writingpreviously States, ate and shall be suspended a Spa. It was a hede ale-hpuse, where of religion Its comniknds ure.in and it lias be.comantl/ and 'C'adilr 4 ,.
\ the Border farmers of either country often the It |lIoma.lItir.f'{ uFrea>fearlessly to i.-icivabiiii, m'vvkli! until it has n-,w be.
l obtained uf the said Inspectors and discontinued so far as
1 respects stopped to refresh themselves and face he proud i in defence of the iwnlilr come, s.iilicKn'ly profitanle: to .e vorihyoftiitentioji ,
every such person, so offending the vessels of the said foreign nation, their 'Ia in their and MolivcH
;,s, way to, from the kindly assist the feeble ; guide the blind; wholly uneonnrcled
shall be deemed guilt} of a and the produce, manufactures, or tairAtndtt'stsitlCumberlxndand cape feed the hungry ; clothe tne naked; raise With tTif pn> pt-cls of the establi.bm-nt.

misdemeanor, and shall, on conviction merchandise imported into the United daily those who came trim or went to up the trodden down ; be a 'lather to terurphn induce th" Pnipiietor to wish to diS"OS; _

I thereof. be punished by fiue, not exceeding States in the same, fiom the said Scotland, through a barren and lonely district ; guard the altar ; protect the government of It. A full! \.HI( of its situ.tioi; .iii,i .

I without either condor pathway, emphatically encotiRige wiudom love man; prospects will{ be iivca to those wishing
, five hundred dollars, and imprisonment 1 foreign nation, or from any other ;
called the Waste Bewcastlc. adore God implore his and to purchase. q
; mercy, hopefor ,
F in the jail of the county, I fo'eign country; the said suspension At the period when the adventures described happiness and immortality. Terse Possession will he given at any tiro-, to..

jk"r- for any time, not exceeding one year.S' to take filed from the lime of such in the novel are supposed to have iirethe coininandmenti ofma ODr)'. Thus suit the purchaser, before the ti-, ')f January \

I notification being given to the President iI i- taken place, there were many instances f far we can speak : next. r.nd
And be
( 17. further
: c. :j of the United States; ; and to conI of attacks by freebooters on those who I \\t. Hascll H nnt.
i Thai tlrt' Inspectors shall prescribe, I | I f'ffWllt SiflJC&nlil1h
Ii-iveiled ( 'Georgian. 1
: 1 ;j sinus the through this wild ,district, :cur:
of the Warden 'I 1 so long as leciprocal exrntp : The Western Caioiiui.ui irks -. --- .
f: and it shall he the duty Mump'tj jh' had a bad reputation for fur- rein -- -
rigidly to enforce, inch roles for the I' lion of vessels belonging to citizens of' boring the banditti who committed truck on the fact, tint a planter in Florida To (tht; Public.It :J

7 government of the subordinate flicrs i the United States, and their argons, depredations. An old and sturdy > eo- realised one tliotisund, dollars from will t>e seen, liy the lorp niug adver- -

of tilt l P t1itenliarv.t1i. may prevent all aforesaid id, shall bo continued, and no man belonging to the Scott f.h side, by each hand employed, raising Sugar, tiscin ni. (>Mt the Publisher of this P.I; l'r ij

I, tyruinical or violent hp-Iiaviow l lo tho I: l longer. surname Irnovvn an Arnmtrongor Elliott, hut well ,' that it is a boiler li'isin'es' than; our I, doirons lo despor.to of llie ):taliIishinenf ;
And whereas evidence by his soubnquet of Fighting.: his Itr i..du..fi! iMiier|
satisfactory u ly r >itions of a
. convicts, or all conversation be.uveo.i I CharlIe' of Lidrleirl:1le and ctdl North Carolina Gold Mining Companies .
+ rcmetti- whit h ,it
private iiiiiur, IB tniiniflnl
has )
I lately from tiniu'crosary
them and the convicts, or with each I)} me, hexed for the courage he displayed in the 1 1appi hive yet done Tho true meutun ( In those fiieiuU \I" -

11 other, within their Leatinp, except forRecessirY : His Impelial Majesty) the Emperoi frequent ti'sis which took place on the 1i 1i mines of the substantial wealth as I whom th* ."t"Mi'hnut has t t" *>n K.-reto-; _r,
of Austria, through au official) communication Border fifty "1' sixty since had the adn .,
: and may best preset years well as of ,the happiness of a COIIIr! lure supjroi it'll surf .wcrd to if ; (.
k purposes of the Baron oV Ledercr, following adventure in the Waste, which will alw.n. ho found in : s+1I11'\ti"'I, the P"Ilic..h..r has tin- iucre/JsiuH
: ve order silence sohr'u-ty.and firavily ,
c I his Consul General in the United suggrste1theideaofthesceneintheteal.Chari. I. I I of k"ltwi'g teal .1! three siicfp'i.,- f..nl.
i'f deportment throughout! tin- had beenat Sta,li: wrf-b.:'nkfair. natural production, by honest labor / inii.il i-lfcStons I'M' piinciplfs uir-i! >hr;
i establishment.Sec. States( under date the 29th of May, hud sold! his cheep or cattle or whatever apliief) (o the{ cuhh ,.lio1uf t1m earth, I (iazetN has bir.idily! and tnvariahiv ailvo- .t

. 1829! that no other or higher duties he had and this of rated hare 1 been su.Urm-il the People '
: = 13. And he farfhtr enacted, brouglA to market, and wason hi. by gpnor.il: industry its inhabitants j by ;
'i of tonnage mid impost are imposed or return to Liddesdalc! There were then Iullaur], a iprriloiy lot red aad th'U the aacr.fi'-cs which he nec 'g ady!
Thai in case of the death of the W-Ira wade: in a Newspaper with '
levied, since the first! dIV of J muary no country hank wliefC"taSh could he from the of! .be I I U\I.n11CtllJ
,.( d"ti, or the temporary vacancy of his last, in the of Austiia; vessels deposited, and bills received instead, possession ocean, on'tf twenty : -:birz, has been rewardedby
port upon I
, office, or hi* absence! sickness, or which greatly encouraged robbery in only by industry awl en- .Jijiproiiaiion; of a Inr;'!'j' increased

:. other disability, such keeperor other wholly belonging to citizens of i I tli a: wild country aster objects of plunder lei prise, was a wealthier and happier iitimtnT of Patron, .iml by popular P ipresioo e
the United! States and the in f.ivorof the I C-litor.
upon produce
were usually fraught with gold. Thc country than Spain with ail the
oftkor, ns may bu esuecially'destgnn The Editor \i. nclt..c I > .
n* ever
manufactures merchandise, rnhhert hjri
or l Lad in flic fair ofrhorn niiiips
cpi g by means if its Auii'riran
leo U.V lilt' tnsp ,una. h,11 have Im.r imported in the same from the United tire knew wltfJlle po.ssrssions \ ,;os f..r thp sucre of t'IC cxusrn 't'hihn :
(! to PXfrr.ise the authority and divcharce i ) generally purl at ils command. Wind the U. Stains n lIt !ia been htlarhi-.f, and ci iitcerelv hoprs a
States wa best stocked
and from ,'an0 ho took a lonely'
foreign I
the several duties of the Warilen whatever auy country and desolate i in is :i moio prosperous region, under I I I thai Ins successor (should he succeed fuilisposuiiT
than are levied on Austrian t rOllrl'htiHrcllythose of the Urce will .
Hcrihpd this act and) short, who every adverse circumstances of the ) p.-njv t -
, us pr by were beli'h'lftlT1t Vro5bTng, and .
< ships and their cargoes, in the sumo ty of thp course has l the rules of the Ponheirtiary. ports, under like circumstances. likely 1 to be must e:silyi I'o;,betl. All tins times, than those very countries which l ::its iine |p+iiiiciil.'i, with more .!.Iil! .

Charlie knew full{ wefl ; but he-had a n-ur supply the precious; nactals to all the though with no !"";(f ZP.il. .-

enacted, Now, therefore I, Andrew Jackson ] of excellent pistols curl a daunt/ens heart. Wore! i It is the intcu!i of the 1'ditor, s!+crl!

, t PicYident of lea United States of( :i !Me slopped Mumps! 'lla', not wit list and. I li" succeed i in disI'uliing j of hU Es tahl!;+li

1 sand dollars b P, and the! same is )here America, do hereby declare and pro- j I inft the evilch-o-Acter: of :She-ohce. His Perpetual Mofion.-A Vermont I I :'it'ut. in such a iii.inucr n* to sfli1his!

I of horse was accommodated where it might i i l hi .'.ii'ss suli.f.iclnrily, 10 I"'monf' the\
J :u
I 11'I ippropriated out any money intiie I r.l.iim, that so much ofihe several acts pier, in it'in *rking upon the Intopublications >
L. } have the necessary reel and feed of corn ; I Teriilorjr I nhmt il January :cx{. i i' istherefore
Treasury I not otherwise apptcpriatflfl imposiiiQ disci iminating duties of tonnage I on perpe'.ual; lltoliolrsay's

I and Charlie himself:; : u dashing; fellow, I I rxtremc-ly c1i'iirahlen. r >-i-.jI
_ for the pnrpso} : of c.irrvini{ Jhis : and imposl within the United I grewerasion; with the landlady, a box "when a man shall coairive: t lo I lively! c"ultry-lIltt lhi>*n who air indrliird -

art into effect, and: for compli'ting! tii.! Stairs, arc, and shall be, suspendedand om quean who used all the influence in raise himself by pullint; ;at the ivaisihrihd to him, si.otild gctilc.vim as !utelrny i

} J said Penitentiary, and preparing) it for discontinued, so far as respects her power lo induce hIm to slop .II]l ni ;lit. I of hit breeches, we sJa! iI then I! < ns |iosililrt loanable him oho t.> tin
The 1 landlord was front home she said, jusiiceto;; hose to whom he is in'-bted.
the of the motitMi.
reception convicts. I Austria, and the produce perpetual i
and it His removal depends entirely a sali i
was ill pastingthe Waste, *s twilight .... .. upon -
-- -
f ANDKEYV SFKVBNSON, tiranuf.:tures, and merchandise, imported must need descend on him before he --- !.ic"iy di+>n 3itioi of his niT.iii.s hec-in

Sppaker of the Elnusp of Reorespntatives. into the United States in tersame '. gained the Scottish side, which Was Peck- BO\lES. rJ. tI:a mean lime no alteration will he in.ule
.1" a -- ----==-r.- .'- _= in our course, and a saifcfaclniy

JOHN C. CALHOUN, fiom the dominions of Austria, the safest Cut 'Fighting Charlie arrangement
1 he from the'CD YorkJhrctintife .?(veal- shall he nndr m complet" all our
, and fl other though suffered himself to detained
Vice President f the Ur.ited Dot any foreign country
( States and
later than scr June 3. engagements ryitii the Patrons of the whatever, tilt' said suspension to take was prudent, did not accountMumps Ou ,' 'I
Frpsi'lent of the Senate. Ib' itre} Dreadful urn E.rplof-cn of the zelte. t
a to quarter
Ayptmed,3ri' March, 1829. effect from. the day .above mentioned, the night He tore place himsi-lt( during there Steam Frigate J-'vllun.-\'" ;l'ltlaaf.. r. -
and to continue thenceforward away, iioon, about half past rvo o'clockthe! ma Laii'--In t'jls! i nuinhpr of the Gnz Tie tate
so fore
JOHN QUIKCY ADAMS. Meg's good fare and kind I
of tin steam fl' Fulton the ; of the Lnvcs
gazinc the complete pitbiicntion ,
long as the reciprocal exemption o1'! words, and mnunttd,his first r
nag Firs' i'hichvns 1 IJIII on the tau+ about ilcsuiulions: and 1.ulic'1'rt dtios of the Uni-
RtsuiuT1oN No I Icabc's
1.] the vessels of the United States and : examined his pitol:,und tried the
by length: (ruin the Na.jr Yaid dock red Slates', passd and confirmed at the .
I A Resolution Amendatory of a joint Rein the produce, manufactures' and merchandise rod whether the charge remained intriem exploded, und dieadful to relate killed and 1 Second Session ol the Twentieth Congress.At .
1 utK n-pitted on the third of Walsh .
imported into the dominionsof proceeded a nile or. two aj around irialined nearly nIl on board, estimated from .
one thousand eight' hundred and nine trot, when as the Waste, stretched the ,,. .
70 to 1<). eomune : -Ineht of the sixth venr ,
teen. Austria, in the same, as aforesaid, black before him, appreheniinns! began At half past T in the| afternoon twenty off tie Pensacola G.,ze/e, ihe piestnrA- ,
Resolved by the Senate and Hnu.se shall be continued on tho part; of the to awaken in his mi jf.'P atilyr arisihgouj' fire dead bodies toad been brought onshore miiristraticn JUST corameifrinef its opera- :

of ilcpnscntalwcs of the United] Government of His Imperiall\1ujesty of Meg' unuMial k iftlne-, .*'llic; !( .' h anti! 20 to oO of the wounded, many lions WP promised "Ike Admill.fr tiftJ& of

4 states of America, in Congress as- the Emperor of Austria. I could not help thinking gstcbthkr: a; Itupiciouy ea Df.wbom are shockingly mangled. Otticis President Jaekso.t a liberal support fl prfJV-

jembled., Tint, within thirty.days be- Given under my }hand at the trance. -1',.(t e /fore, re. were yet musing. Among the dead were irIS sabot vrr skull appear to us to ji ntmolctne .F
solved to reload' his pisW lesfUfce'powder 4wp women wives or relatives of.the: mnfjjie grxtrnl in'fcre. bat shall fpeal:freely, .
tore the adjournment of every Congress I City Washington, this 3dL. I had become damp j ,b'lrwblai'lwai' ( hs:_ aim geainen. The magazine was diVecllyuuxlertlie yet tcmperatL'yofsuch measures at we hall ,

a, each House shall proceed t lo [ e] day of June, A. D. 1829, and surprise, when Jier' drew; the charget.e .p !' sick bay and all the invaU fell coflslraitmd believe injurious" Inn

vote for a Printer to exec* te !work of th' Independence of tiu I find neither powder nor baltjwhtte'rdcbarrel h niv
for and during the succeeding Congress Uni'ed! States the fifty thin(. had been filled yith-fjrtf, trp-#ij-i number .were. killed .-Our Ten ilnry had no voice in the
space which the 'loading had occupied The officers on board, were Lieut. Biarkenridge decision of thi* tj ,"!'n. and WP I tuft th?
the person having the ma JACKSON.By und, the priming of the weap.onb ., who was so badly wounded hat i it discussion of that subject to arose! whn
Joriv of all the vote's .given. shall be the President : left untouched.nothingbut a'aCutlyI!|j a''t 6, + M fertSedJiecouM' nM xni vive IIIHIIV hour had light to ail in tlc uiiiinile! decisioa

considered duly elected ; and'that so MARTIN VAN BUREN, mg; and examining the Charge dortld have His lady, who was on hoard ut the tires ofltlecurttruvccy. Wo t 'f'rcf"t" helicx-

: much of the resolution, approved *he Secretary of State.CIRCULAR. discovered the inefficiency of hli*' arms teas, Blightrji woundid.Liem. cd ourselves ale.! : 10 jine! calmly and impartially

third day of March thousand till the fatal minute arrived when: tiPr! r Platl badly wounded.) of the measures of those, *hr
1 Lieut. I chosen Ihe functionaries of
1. Muil, slightly wounde.d. were the Co-
services were Charlie be.toed *-
e'cht hundred and nineteen, entitled required. 3ailihg' Master dough, badly wounded 1! veininent and ju udians ofthe I.UTSV
a hearty Liddewtale his iani-
"A resolution directing the manner cure on Midshipmen, Eckford, leg broken in two I harp accoriiinalj looked with great solicitude -
lady reloaded his
in which the of P05'I'ONFICE, 2 pistols with care places ; J&insoo.badly! wounded Hogun, to the act* of the adiniuii>traii>mus ;
printing .Congress Key West', Florida. April, 1829 and accuracy, having now no doubt that slightly developed in its short carper, aud+ Goi

shill be executed, fixing the prices m UBLISH EllS of Newspapers in all I he wa ... l t.c" waylaid and a!l>suhed. He The accident i is supposed to have OCI-nr. jirosefiplion for opinion's sake the order o;"

thereufand providing for the appoint the principal Sea Ports and Commercial was I' o r engaged in the Waste, whichwas red in consequence uf the ignorance of a ihe day, Wr also find great pains l.iken Ire

meat of a printer or printers," as i is Towns from Maine to New Orleanx then andis now, traversed only b, perkon named Williams, whO was employed make the people believe, that tht-e, wh-,

altered by this lesolntinn, be, and the I are respectfully requested to give publicnotice : such routes a9rc described in the text,c yesterday, to act us Runner, who, it i s.4 have been punished fir conscience sake,
that aTOST when two or these fellows, disguised an I raid went into the magftrive wi.h" light, I were unwoiiny HUll dishonest servants,
same is hPr 'hY, resriuded.Approved. variously armedj started from-a moai-hag, he for Rio .
I' OFFlCE mistaking place another partmcnt.. while a far our knowieog.{ oslenm. tilt: '!
5t i Feb 1829. whilc.by a glance behind him, (for marching There was hilt n small quantity of po r4er new incumbents of office, born in mornl

has recently been established at this Fort, u the Spaniard sail, with his botfd in the magazine, and HIP explosion Nod intellectual point of view very tfl"1

[KESOLUTIUX, rio. 2.J I mail via CharleMton, S C.-And that on bit shoulder he reconnoitred in every canted no greater coucmsioii tlnn the fir-j{ fail below Ihuse who preceded them T r'

A Rrftolutton -in relation to the survey hl-till will be n.ade up and sent from this direction,) Charlie instantly saw retreat big ofa 44 pounder ; )'ellhe three cMtts of: whole scheme ufr.ros"nrion-uf"rcwa..l; t

&n l layiog1 out aIili' ) .road, in the Office, to Havana Miitanzas Vera Cruz, was impossible, as otfter two 'stout men the frigate were blown into the air lo the I! std punishments" we believe uncalled lit)

State of M&ineResolved ', and. Nassau N. P. whenever, and as often appeared behind him at some distance height of 40 or SO feet, both decks f vard i I by the inlerell' oftfe country-cantmry lo

by the Senate andlouse us nccessiin'. The Borderer lost not a moment in takingthe of the mainmast blown up. the larboard I the spirit and meauinjc of the {In\r. and

of Representative of the United ',. ff. Waterhouse, resolution; and boldly trotted against tide siiatteieu to pieces, tntl. .be ship rep !j monarchical We behtve! its moral teu-

titmtes in 1 I:," Postmasti his enemies infrnntr.caiUdJoudly! Ol> dered.' a complete "..ek. J I itency is evil being calcuUlt'il to make
of America Congresi atStvtbUd '
him to stand and dftliyer{ \ Charlie spurred Com. Clunncpy, and Citpt. Newton, 0ieCMinmnnder. sycflphantl of Officers, and to ma-- futu't .
That the Prflsidont of the wHh evei-al other elections for '
on, and presented pistol. "i) -i t persons, contest peloual agnil1tI
tliiturd States be, and he hereby i is 30 Dollar Ken+ard. your pistol," told the foremost robber \i left the ship n few minutes l beers the explosion !j ment.

authorized, if it shall seem to him Lie l AYAt4'AY from the Subscriber, about whom Charlie to his dying! .day protested The bond of musicians, and the +-

for maintaining the rights, aud ', t the thirtieth. of March A negro nun he believed to have bietHc> lau, lul'tl of.he'Murops' laborers employed, were fortunately OR A ldlrln-tll.-S;l1c" iiI.r last, one of hI"
sessaiy named i shore at the time. City Constables has Itimded tit an adver-
"D'tnUr 1
Ha pistol
not inconsistent with the engagementsof j TOM There fre fewer persons on board\ than tisemeiit of lie F.J"Clhlll of Messrs. 1). tie
care not a curse for it, tul l sai(*
the United State, to cause to be d1arlre usual and the number we have state.I( and BKLL as A.1.knn'n. ,,tho a ..e+-a <-,
aged twenty seven years, of dark coin the deep voiceFiff..t5ng "but above be exaggerated-gome of ,'lie from lie Mayor t'ott it had hero leu '
'wu.t''edut laid road may I .iys
out, H military the He bad no occasion to
Jectnn about
; ;> live feet eight inches high, Jfw out ne-itt officers estimate the number at not more in his p'nke1-! Will his HOIIOI I'.etearc'
to It- continued from Marshill.orxijchothei !'i" V.-IK purchased! of Itobtrt Chambersn.til"'r uttef another w.orJ"i the rogues, surprised than fiO or TO. About CO marines lelt the l Iris i pock a&l\ill, for the n6lic relating

point on the military rn:rf1 hea- of Wilcox County, State of Alas ) nt finding a man'or edo"h'ed couragewell.rmed vessel Wednesday tu proceed( for Norfolk to lh. elertom of M"'iil1" Va:+ai N'

ijy !l.'id out in the Stale of MaW, as ha'na instetftfotbVmg defenccltss. ,and a like numbei a day or two l>eand 'Tixoiv and int'omv us whether bii
1'lie above reward will be his took to the mOM in every direction, and fore.
jle slat hiuk proper, to tlw ,unu<.t.i o paid on salary i it paid totiu Its6r'ettil.g; t".
.h.livC"r'lo me, and nil reasonable chargesif he passed on his way without further mo The odicers( on bond were at dinner peitnrm theifnfiefc reqiurcdjuf) hi'nhv Law ?
:i.- i-\: '
i,lati} : I cal M. CRUPPEH. 'Y told by p
Approved-2nd March, 1829- i'cnncola, Aprd 3d, 1829.-l3.-tf. Fighting Charlie himself) he has also IBiacke.uiJge tiai died. of his >zouuds.iiii1. Florida! Arul !

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: future number lo extract ever on a pwufcal of the paragraph L. A.:Levison; Alien ( A I .
: j: tl' Pfrti "', I intend, in a Light on I'alume of4l6 Pagnftr $1. ;*

: 'I';I''J poinwsq:4n *)i.,* \ :)L-". tr, be. jlzr.::d such parts of tho laws of the United had an interview with the Grand Jury Peter W. I/ttilopnge. j 1 V. T.I .

., if I'/fVm niitrtri of Florida, netAmrieau DA.I States and those of the Tf"rritoryoft j which terminated in a re-consideration; James B. Lardner 2, IV. K. /JfliI I JVeir York Gospel Herald. '

G"' t'\, rcrnorcd. ntde't flII.I Florida, ns apply to the subject : and ; of the cast The subject occupiedthe mer, Edwin J.aub William P. Livingston : aaTIUNiVERSALIST ST
Mr (;ol*t'm i i11f' of .1'f : of the whole of.their attention Ebenezer Lo :
jIPUjtflIR of PIIQ'' as a parallel has been given yesterday, 2, t 2. REVIEW. "
how will! endeavor draw j And this at 9 o'clock theyapprared M. Me Derm it Daniel 1 PAhUthed ,
.; wr ***in h.Hege ihe Reformer 17 two eases, we morning -George I everv other, Saturday iq
lUe "'AU..e connected with the public lllfe'I the distinction between the relative j in Court and presentcrf (rue McLaod 2, James Mallet 2,Emily the City o!New-Tork. Each ',urn.''er

I '. st'' for which he )im been remoted. situation of tw! persons engaged onboard ,; hills against James Rogers and William Merlettf Thomas More, Wnv Merton > pagts contain, *making siirta in closely all four printed handred octaVo and .;.,

LAW .NOVICE,. : the Public vessels, and those I, Braodingcn for piracy,. in having jr, Capt. Murlay, Sarah Murray sixteen to the' volume; and 'Ut be aCbrtfed 0.-. .

< and of "Rr.- on boird the wrecking nnd fisb'mg seized and plundered'n 'BraziliaJischooner Marttinne (ftrgrcsse libre) to Mibscrib "bo pay in advance, at* '

.t A 4 1'0 vinnt It." h's required progress the surrender vessels, which ply upon the coast. called the Franc#p0.*\*,FlI X{ ;. jQhn ,McDonald, John Thomas the u'punually. lok price.bf ONE DOLLAR. S S

, of t ih
p nenfewona .ervic to my friend!! and Appointments by tfo President. John Anderson as an ac sa'ry"aftfr J Richard A. Monroe, David least resting forty and sermons useful; matter.besides The other Herald Tnte. ,. _

;*ir Public generally, u. Attorney. CounJlo RoBERt PARKKRSON, Keeper of the fact,-having received; goods /J. Morgan, Henry W. Morris 4 will as heretofore,fearlessly advocate the :. /i

,.* -, .*-*d Proctor of the seeral Courts Stony Point Light Ilouseviee Con- which he knew to have been pirati- N.-Jacob Nave, J aLn Ntjgam.O. bound Iras and unchanging 'lore of God :1

\V3t rioriJa. A Gordon.IVn (r.LIl'SV.. L\KSINV., removed.N. caljy obtained. We iiruicrstand that .-Officvr Commanding Cantonrment to each and nery sentient bei i? g in the D'

Y. Adrtrtiscr.. when hr was arrested, h. had in his BM.i.pVitJter H. Olcotl, universe. It will strenuously ir-tin'ain
!acoli,4'.h .1u ty. 1829. the doctrine of a fr.-* and universal .. .- IS V'
the portion of the Thomas Onnaii William
possession greater 2, S, B. .
National tion
Th Intelligencer
<4 the world, maimuzh as God, will .
; /ifi':,nin'nic l>y the Pr: if"nf., that THOT.PUTTIiCER ha bpcn gouds taken from qn horfrd thft schr. O"fll. bavr ALL MEN lc' be savd." I'ure reli- )

Mr JOH* riTrouwAi.n />ion will be cfcfrnrled ; lessons ofirtu 1I.j cf

tit if-c J\athvil'.f Rt llbliclltl.. Iii been wv office of the Fifth Auditor. Judge Thompson, who presides in .- V ri'sidruie de la Corgregarionde inculcated ; pncstcrutt and hypocriby will ,

flrrrf h; being appointedotf .Master at has been the Court, not having arrived. It is CiitoIicos.Fr'incisco: Palmes, Curnarlo he eXrO'l't .
7Vwre/.Jvice W. I lUmt MCNT, PuMishcr I The lion. Hrnrv Clay reach the tiriin I.. A.I:! communiratiOn, to be addreisrd to .
he will in
city JamesPtidlrton
expected Pargos, 1" P.isquire,
Board of
.It t t h' P( nacf l t (;\t"\t, />:/m Arrf for rlr.cted n member of the A. r. Thomas, ('11) of New York itl
for the ojrvning of the Court on Mon- P. Perkins Julius' p ', ', .
:'1k1i.g no part in ti! <-' l' te ire..idi ulial Trustee oldie Transylvania : ( ( IV. .

C1'i1tco.t.: for not ti'IOUtlllf.' "Huzza: for sity. This puts the stamp univer-1 d:".'. Thomas Jt.Jferson Page, I JlTillia'JfIPotlintr FOR SALE.

Jark .olS. iho Hero of N,*' Or'eins: Down! F rw the C.'iarfeston _)fercurT !/. Robert Poltenger 2 CilI '
: I calumnies fulminated THE
so recently of Co,. John R. V
i ,
%.. ;il''i .\I\ "III .ind CUv, the H,rifwrd Con.MTituKtistandthe "',rrentfv reported that Gc..). is- cinnatiis I'ruor property VI
Pm.ce otlntr.guc.rs!!" :iainst him in relation to this lusttittiun. : ; Is'jftiv., 10.It i received I information olIn. mt 1'enwick, in I'ensacoU and it* PJI1
It.-Antoiiio Rieia, Dallit.r.; ) .vicinity, in yet for tale; or would
Mr Mon-
pr-Niary! "mbarrassrnent ot
.More anon.V Rmvletr! 2 J.)hn ftnssrll Juan de la bt exchanged for property in St. Augus r
Mr. Madison's IIr.nlll-A !Ictfrr .-.;", MH jriver: power nul oirections I I IsiS d

.\ !Ir.irn hj the W.tsVmplon! rai,.rs. from Mr. MADISON, tfche 30th 'May, I Ia -pnt at Washington to sell! his lands i:, RIKI: Muy rl vdt,. j tine. Apply to ..

-',.,t J\MKS I): \\"i TC'If" jun ol New 'snI orcra renew- F'nrida! l fur the purpose of payingMr.. Tlwma Ranrfel, John 1(. Reanry, Robert Mitchell.
.1,1 "., h..s bm ap";I..ilf: ,(l Secretary of I !; nmgetfingipell \louroeN debts. Mr. M. it is said, hn Tlunnas W. 'Robinson.S. I I'ensatola, June 16tli. 1829-20-tf.
jSe IVrui'iry of Flirii i. '.' WILLIAM I J.I ('11 and more severe attack of influii7..T declined the oHVr. NVe fjivc no credence .Jii

Mc(" RTY. ff3iglll'd, brought on by a premature hatcl'cr to this rumor. Ton ,many. iu!.. .-Auiifliqtie Sdvary..D. Simmes; "

_e. I exposure which I could not.avoid." stories hive been circulated I liite'y respecting Eli/ A. Simmons, Andiew Pld tOns J'S'r.ECElVED: -

:!,;', Sccr&.-Mr CL4.r hH reresiflvIH.I.U this disti"guished'bt"cfad.r! : of Simpson, L. R. Simpsun, Thomas \SD011 SVL,. AT THK th

a ';'.'e'ch. io ;ii.)nt 3X): of his foinirr Cnpt. VV'ADSWORTH is appointed to our country. Of hjn nothing should be Sliaujbuiqer, A mi)fotd Smith, \ViI PZNSACOLA BOOKSTORE

l"1.'hlf'l.fJl u .einbled at a Dinner pivento the. command! of the U. S. ship Con- paid hut what is actually! kft'i\v-_ .-TJT of iiam G. Stevi-n- Ston & Nebett :. 'f
: ; .1
him F.iwWs. Garden. near Lciii'glnnKVntu.Uy him th. truth t-noii.n., 3'tfPJ vf Lb.liiXtTh1ci .
sieli'Minn!: now fitting o it at Gosporl : siaiple I n prise f? is '
1C.. f> Joltii
: which (in the. uorii of the itiit{/ift'r, rmitlii
\'I IIII$ IntelligencerWP concernto hn arrived here on Thursday in flue 'r'" DijTeTncc Uerenl! >lci tram 2, J*>/. C. t'-jJf'III.t/. !t i ink, .

be mal kI with mar," Irianfltui Iii! """al HhililJ, Potomac from Washington. the War )t'raotlTf*nt. Rpi?!\ IIIK tIe .ar f.-'i IlUlllas; C. Taplin; 2. Peter I AnJ a nnmbei of
that it will .h. read with d"l\n. tence of a Court Mai!,hal.) disinis'g f-vir. .a
thmlv I Norfolk Hcraltit June I jA.1POKTNT. 1iaeulicat
luge hy the candid of. all ."""ips." "i. the trmv. an fleer of hiih"raidc. t" ff iiij; TardiflT, Janu-s Too t's, J 1ad.ituieJames ions.U .

I li-iu. but we believe n" man, let &win will! I \ tie! rounds of the now "p.ijH-rd. The nunie Tuolu.M.idame Tooi.,CrmlesP Hasell Hunt. 4-
bt : U. S. squadron to the editors of the Baltimore I- m11rttu 1\I\' asuLLer i is left PensacoTn 55tR? Ju-ie, 1S29.
: h on
i-i ?i hj'l i ? it an attentive reading. We will! ty TatnuURichard L. TUihtnctii. It
:! h it II4I .uIrr. Commercial Chwiicta, d ted oldn'ic out of rtsi ic',\re pw-U'nr.toihcrfe- t -
put To V
-t. ... U. 5- Ship' ICTAWATiE, ) Ucatc .cll1lJcot\ ttijs$ htn o: :'hfc "cat-'o-n'me licnjarniu R. Tinslar 2, Hi /*'.;/ Elijah Montgomej.yiiAifEbanla

From the Fivritli Advocate. \tahon.pnl to 1319. $ tl'ih'uul..! the name ot r. common sol'dier I l-\ '/'ou 1..n'l'p Kentuckyorelse"I

The following gentlemen have been "The brig Pacific, for yor.r port. !. id ano asks the Pdl'uur" Inteli-; "encer, I I \ .-Jiihi: Vickers, Celcsle Viliier1 !- WIl1hi'e.1iseetjIn.I

rVcted MennbifM of the next LegislativeCouncil. ; .t remarkably short passage (24 diys) who hud struck an O-Tio:r, tu\e been t>o I ? Jl1I'Q'int Vio-ioa. S'
i anJ brought papers and letters. as htf as carefully concealed ? /tccs 'V.'RI'\" : "htt a "Comwss'on, ;g. I.
i th* 6h; tilt. [The writer here goes on to IalpIiioi 2 \ 6i> llijtrict' Court in
From T-cnn County Mews. Thomas Mr. .l'.hM Tope has proccc'J.-d Jo .'.r 'V.Mliaui \\ I h
narrate the affair which took ptCf't.ft \ lllliag.1(11 & & for th" Paimh of Hapiuc-: ,, Louiaiaii'i.&d.
JJrown vul I I-aac \V. Mitchell.: kaj"a tIi' .
la take Irtnsielf: th >
, February between the crew of the Amprican upon F os e r. drsed t ic-llie -,'hld Justice of the Cour iii
Gansikn -\Ic-.';rs. James A. '
County of Governor nft'wt ic rrito wtiicl Lie
y.to }
and French vessels of war. w'uch Richard WaUran .S' f. Court lit ES'\lniL in Flwnda", to take .
.V. Washington
anil John C". Love.JtieAnon
7) '
til l h t'i Pn'sltlt. t't"n"
u.ap was app' : : : -
theitners C
kas been previously published! : by C.\pt. of itim Mir fah
C'iuntt4.-Miri.. L. M. Stone receiveijan Abraham \\ill John S. 11.
o"" to I his it'n;; Kerr.ucky, he UOIt,
Downcs.] There are now .it this po-l aI'rcnr.h (>n iuterropatufie.s ami cross interrogatories .
: a.d diaries! lloorardH'tJton "\' ''! to heco'ne a c.e'I.llt.te fur 111i/ .J ,iits n. WriahtZ. .
frigate, s'onp of t.nd Ircsl.ingtoz.Ir.. ThomasG and two brigs. The big H-.rriet, Capt. ("onpress, to \\ hi'h he replied, :if elected Z.- \. P. Zanizinger. dt-tVc'.iie i in consequence of blot,
Hrijr'it. look, of Prr/x-idenee. arrived here 29lh! he would resign his Guvernorslup and g-o ((21S letters.) t'riotiir',.s ami! interlineatiu'g, could not,
l'sccn'iii.-tes. Geo. Walton, and I
to Congress. He is to return tro.ji Aranin -
lilt in 27 d.iys from N. Y.irk, with stores The Italics of or u-oii.'il not be executed by the aaid .
names Persons
ill aro
W. II-.srU Hunt.fffrnon. I !; early i in : -
for the U. S. rlUtllron. : Juy.___ "cii.t: justice" or any justice of theeace"
Hamilton. United .
/ Muiltson U belonging to thf. State..1MAIL
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"Com. Crane arrived here i in thes'oop I : and whereas, in older to obtain .
taP.iT' l''I'Ii _
) of war Fairfied.! from Sr.yrn1.I1C! aL "'I --\ftl ( r\'IVV. I "." tottrnn.f Cap'. Crupper it ia an
DtiiI JIL'lttJr. Hr>vs.St V
'i.'lld.lUl C utu3n.. 1h.11. (place; he left on the 17th \t'\r"h-f'ft! thn .J.JJ/ \HRA\f; K.MEX'INortln'rn I[ ii.di! priiMole pre-requisite not only tq V ,,

Jofui'e CIIIIIY.S.& Sanchez. Lexington there all well, much eTtfiTPd %.'Qrt: u( 1.c l\ ( \)\ \.I' Muil.Di.e i! procure a new commission from the Court
(The St Augustine Herald fir June lOlh in c.on'o'ia(4s'els.. The U. S. srhoon- r _.=: = hut to prevent cavillinff to give notice iJ

announce the E!,'tiion of Jo tFil S. SAN- er i'orpoise, Lt. Com't. Hell alsj arrived I AKUIVID. evt-ry Wrdntsu'iiy and Sunday (.iltli' not required by the laws of Louis-

cufZ & FRANCIS J. ",)() E.quii-s, as here from Smyrna on the 23rl ult. ; re. Jn'y 4tJ..-Schr Eiitcrj/riz", Janjont! at 4 o'clock, P. M.Departs !. i. n.i) of time and place and so fortb of i

.' Members ol the Legislative Council ] port uays she is going home hut I place New Orleans hoii"l to ApphchcoU! every Tuesday sind Saturday t..kllttie deposilinn .
no confidence in it. When the Commodore I Sr.hr. A t"unrl. 1)) emi:}, Mobile. Cargo 8 o'clock M. Therefore, now know you the aforesaid
From Hit tlondinn.DtifgaU left this hip last NoTemhT" ..r 'entertained b-ick: fur tr'e Ui t'd5ut: >: .. at halfjjast "'j,1a41') '--v yernI"JKCni3, counsel't'fa
Couzres -The Juilowinv are : Fastern 11HhIaIail.. 1'irs and uttornies 111 fact, that 1 shall
I serious apprtrhenvma for !)'< I'au.LbIc j JV>vj F/j-A June Gzh.-Arrkve'f. 14iig or un.
T.V: (.fti. I ii\l returns ofllie vote ei .n at theMe ilrr a new dcdirnns proceed to take the
\ life, he now enjo>' i liettTheMith i ith Ei1erprize, Hichcot.! 'c.Pcni.tcua, .1II Key Due :Tuesday, at K J o'clock! 4
; every '
canvass for DHeerte in t'nnKresn. V depiction ot -Iiitjali Crupper in the
he h for and .
; n ** twenty 'c.lr past, W( t. .
Caihdtn. ll'hitt. H'yn'.t thinks nothing of walkillgsi" or -- -..----- '- ;:A. M. Town of PensKcola on the 1st day of '
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I.eon 16 160 :34Iinha'n mil'. which for a man of his; corpulency JVOTICE.T Departs every Ttiesd'iv, at 2 o'clockP. ot August next and the days totlowingifiieceisiry A
117 21t1 I ;- btfortNicholas
j is very great. M.Souihcrn. Parmantier A
JeflVrson 6= 97 3. 1'n:, fl-ctioii! hvld in ihii ()'.v. on I and Jose Cairo K of the .
We are in considerahlebustle} here, and \Vostcrn Mail >q > justices peace
tt."H. II 0 8 Fri, the 26tli .June 1 IS'JO iW ,
iay. iwAl in and for th HhCambia and V
getting ready for the Coiru'nodtre'qslMrlntifle Coiio'y
Hami't/ll.; 1 1 60 stt. us Including !
pu'' I; noturu's, ir the of
\\.. ..... !I p.j 32 will etpi-r on the 2th in?:., Ilsq. Hud Jna.i J lun'i.Eotivitu ivkidmjf City =
i.RR1swr Louisiana Jitssissippi, Jliswuri, I1'\Cuta or "111'- of them to be read in
\t 4'ItIEttIa, 3t 65 0 when we shall Mil, I CWQ'lt: s"y where! r..i ico.d ; L. fiR \KIt amiVit of ,
rnumua.; hi' 213 2J..l'I'HI 'By a letter received fror.i m O.'fir.rr!' !..' A. Dhl.t e\qi. were duly elected. -- Tennefsce, jlnilia.ia, and J nfuc.i/, evidence in the" Conaolidated' case ofthoKlijah ,

,. i9 21.S: 9 on board the Le\iijt.ntit: Smynn.: : du'i: Due everY Monclav at o'clock, fUft.'SIUc1 : Montgomery TS hllber..
John) JirriMin. iA
c. 1LuaeIl I, j'ClldinJ. ill the aforesaid 6th -
DH'ill. 63Id J fl-I 4 17th March, we learn that the Ilumia I' P. M. ; ;
3i .Jotti, F 8 90f.3 CI have crossed the Danube with :*n armvof c.J-. 1 t. Mayor. I'toti-ict Court, r'unsh of Hap ides. L ui.I .- to
Ni'', 0 400,000 Rtroug, hound to Constantinople, Dcpirts every Tlutrsd-iy! at 1-t I tan;., vvfjcii ai.d uhcre you or any of you. b

)111'\1. 7Sin 81 0 where provisions were very scarce--even LIST OF LE'I"IERSIt past 8 o'clock A. M. may attend. it time and inclination wilt .

"\.u'InI! 47 O i the dogs in the streets wer starving soj All letter must be deposited a* I permit. V ,_ .

.!duqaetc. : t 00 0MBHWV j our Consul', who had just arrived from Ei1AININflnthe Post Office least one lialf! hour before tin.- hull! of To ohvinfe all difficulty, you the aforesaid V .

i thi.t city, informed thc.nl i Bashaw ot at Prnvicoln; on the 30th dayof of the Mail which it i is I Elijhii, are hereby notified tbatthe ob .
departure by in
jeci, taking the .
1134 1440 469 i Snurna had purchased! : several of 'estimony olCapt. Crujvi
cargoes June 1S2P which if not taken
:..}.iity fur White 306. corn, and sent it by i-in-l on cimd The ; intended they! should go ; or they nu/ ;..- is not- only lo prove thai while you Ji
out within three mouths will he sent he detained until the next Mai'!. nee proceeding., attachment .igain&t ..'
.. 0ne prf-incl not hfanl from offi ,ially. ,writer is under the! impression that the J
Austrians : Uus-iians wfd have to the General Post Office, as dead HUJTT in 1824 and 1S25 aj a judicial pirate for .
in: some IV. HASELL :1J
KEY WIST, June 4. Letters.A. $3,2IMuu HI ,'mptetl to extmt from him
difficulty with each other, itS the former
I/ie Telfgrnph We the followpu'a Master.Por 4zlti45M) I
copy Post imouui'uuutto$4,8O0 lot having
: from thlb. app4ar -to he very friendly! to the Tin Its. .-Benjamin AdamVilliam] : .1 .
j..jj rHph Journal I pay l..5CUo1Irtb? money which you received -
.. rinted ut Boston. The Telegraphicl An Austrian frigate: was then dismourlt- Aiker, Adjutant of the first Regimout : OFFICI. ?I< in 1M!-!. bur "IS.'lu! complete a -ckainofifsuntonv I e.
1st 129LiMAR'A.HAL'S
l gjY1J.1} Hook and Sheet alluded log for her battery and taking provisions Florida Militia: N. II. Allen, Harriet !I Juty v "rcwill exootie your 'cuniliiy t JJ

(n hate not vet been received. The Editor Conli.ttinopl.Hup. Alien. i I SALE. < and a\a- ice. ami! exhibit you in sucn 9. V
received intelligence
S. We hive
of the Key Webt Itegiater feels' grate- just I !lIlJil.IItIPthJtlllh i Hyena who feasts and
that the French are rallying! around John Adams, William %. .f.rmI John'.Hro n'j4in' ) V
.' ful to hi? brethren at the North for their ? V rev.-U upCII.Itillll'd C.ICI8"ill| reject /oy V
.- ; fcindne** in promoting humble! eflurti Algiers', and intend mating an attack oa strong. 1-, ',. >. Execution. I. too loattis'-me (Ot' Iii appetite

p I to j give every information to the Commer. that city on the 2Gti! itl&U, both! by sea B.-James Baker, \VilJ amJI.; Baker >2cno Philips.! j : V (iiibert C. Husscll. .
and land. : tiriw.ofa writ of Ft. Fa to me directed .
cat World.! lie them that his William Barnetf V. .
t assures utmost Bartlon:ue,: IN Peus-.cr.lrt "
26 h June 1829.-23-3t.
from Hon Stiperiot Court,
exertions will be used to obtain and We learn by tUe Baltimore Chronicle.
V Ann S. Thomns M. Blount V
Black Th.
; ,- Eiiiior of the Mobile Commerciallh
for the Western District of Floridn. I dl :
Tuiblith the most useful and authentic that the wirdrouiu Officers of the U. S. ship
Mr. Bous3e Samuel Brents Dr. Rrvr. lH A It xitllch ill G RZtIf. La and ..
( )
corrmercial intelligence He hopes a Warren, and many of their brotner ohcrs: tfat\\ Tubiic Auction, at ihe"} place ofholdmg tFiv"
'. rresponding disposition will be mani- of the iquadrun, lying in the harbor ,(Port ; Broasohan, Charles Brown, Madame. l.'ourt in Pensacola, on Tuesday, LouKvilir n (Ky.) I octi-inseriion arc requested. R.
i js ted among tilt merchants to patronize Malion, g*"e. to Capiain LA-Afu;>ct KEARNEY Le Baron 2, Capt. Burch. ,, ,titr;; 4lh day August next at 12 o'clock t..og"tlllf'e

his infant establishment. In the course on the 7th of April lust. H public dinner \ B. P. Bac) ; John Woods Btvvher. M., all in? ricjht. title and ,rt,iet of the ltEjY ai.4 V j ,
in commemorati" of hid services and wl of the heirs at V
(.f the Approaching full and ".intera ents Dr. Harlow Br- Zeno Philips! onr V
Xviil ''ie appointed in every commercial the nigh: anil dererrevl repaid in which they flirckmore9 L'*, Joseph P-iilip1, oeued: in aunt 'I I IE Office of ihe Clerk of ihe County

( ih and town in the United Mutes, for held liii chararter HI a mitt ti AA fficrr, nard. t the. following li-nrta of land, to wit : Court for the County Kacatnbia., .
chti.nms{ HubuciibcM fur the Register.OUWtliout atiU the regret which they felt ia parting C.-James Calaughan, Ambrose One undivided !hAlr of a tract of land of i ill rernoVeth to the Office of the Clerk pf .

i It liberality rfmong the Me r- with one "ho held io hi
iunti proportionate the labor and expense estiinnlioii about to inquiih the commnnd Sidney S. Colemall..E.an.ClemelH. of Pensacola: anci hounded N. E. by vacant of the Post Oti e. V
uhiclithe editor mist of the Warien, in which bit active Ltnd. S. E, & S. by the Bay or I'eiiclla.r.luid Entrance through the Gate next to the
encounter, William C. 5
Irs: ts'Aoiishment! .lIt linger, it not be services had 10 signally contiiliutcd to the I Chaplin Samurl G.' C\a. : N '.'/. & W. by the Bayou Post Office.
safety of our commerce in ilie Archipelago Clarkson 3 Thomas (Craven. '
entirely' ,banrton cc1. t'ex.r, exclusive, of the ih rt'i. \V Hasell Hunt.
".rJ The Conductor of the Marine Tel and occasion the characteristics of and our Navy. The I D.-Sally E.Davis: .Jonathan Two hundred arpeni of lar.d lihlat' rl Deputy Clerk.

r;r.ph, ll( "ton. has transmitted to the The guest wan were ratiiyin numerous. Present impressive.vere I Dearmau, Martha Dixon, \Y- Dog- about six miles, more or loss N. G. frcoPensacoh. Pensacola' 25th Jnnr.& 9. V

ColS cfi-ro' he Customs at Krj West a Captain; Don-net, U. S. fiignte Java. Rioli-iheity! Ellen. Qorr, '-\Vllham Doughty -. .. ) and about 4 mile the* from directicn the
net of Telc'hrapbic Fbgnand Signal Hook, HIMocoll.| Csq. Navy Ajjeni ; Messrs. James Draper,. William Druttfmond mouth ot Bayou Twr. and the
uit'j a I'elefjraphic Slice! for the use of linger antl llavwqrid of South Carolini: Thomas M. Duke."' *' of the ea.t bank of said Bayou .1 FRESH SUPPLY
tie Keeper o'! the Light Hou.e oa Sand mans' of the ufficen of the Dutch Navy ; 4 I E.;.t Branch 01 the Creek, known hy the fashionable! Summer Clet1Thg.just .

K i-\, who lus agreed to rcpnrt all vessels I oih<-r dittinguished quests, to whom tin late I.. Robert J. Dodd: ; / name Indian Ptss, and b.unded thereon OK ariTet}, and: for hale b) the Undersigned _
all other .'
ttiat hevr their Jtig'ZC.titg numb ei tan coininniuier WHS Unown,; that It..tlOn.'biclt wi'l be hU merits. The l ikies by vacant lands.' The farmer tract '
pal\I.lIg rcpoit preparations'was i orJ alietva .:j' v : .
lubllilu.d: : IHhe! Key West, Hegis.er. a- highly appropriate.: Tfif dining.room was William 'Eden. t&\\ 'D, Elliott V was f'i in.lly granted by Morales to Ma- Consisting of : V. .
prtrably to n> ud! rstandmg had with handioroely decorated with National flags.Tho "' "I' nuei GonzAlez in 1807--the lattirtractwa nitric, Brown and Green llnmbazeen.Coaltees -
Thomas I.i&tln. I' q. Editor and Proprietor fine Band of the Delaware 74. wat Charles'Ellerp 5. : .t ,-jj ranted by Morales John III: & Fvock Coats V : .

of rs Ni-wspapers are requestedto with the proud air of "Hall Cah bbra." James M. .R 'rsytla 4, John B.. valisfv- said Execution and costs. Angoa, Circassian and French.-V" .Linen.do V ; V. .
of .
give the above a few insertions." From POU'ICHI rtuailrlphi&o1ldv..t Mr. Foulke.. A. Gordon. with. a variety V V j.C

R 3i1t r. An Oflicnr ouiNavy.now serving G. .Governor of Flortduft Caleb Marshal.P4fftia : \\ta\nans & Vests V, .' V ..,-- V, a
In giving a statement of the polls, in the Mediterranean. written ta Godlejr, Celestino Goozales, Jabet .)f WSIIU'S'OnrCB V l.' ., suitable for the season. .: t,
.. dri :
andbrtfurn Trencn IJm'n ]
for the election of a Dnleg.ite! to Coti- a reir.tk in this City, informing Him S. Griggs 3. cohi. 26th J um:. 829v ) V .lingCi.iten White (ira
gres*, wo took occas'wui to mcnuuM% that letter has been received from a James Griffin.H. .. : 0vaul. J AC1i'VS\ V. ,; .r V V.

our belief of the ilK' aliiy of allowing French Minister, in which ho acquits .-J. D. Hill, Madame Jlubbell '., V
the crew of tho Culler to vote. III l the Americans of having been the J. B. Hutt. L' 'fef 1* Raft at. Deer Point opposite Tine, plain and frilled linen* sbirtvjDlick 0 -.
'r..li311 '
la. $"nd.v evening 21st Junea tr..Yats. and! stocks silk
making this allusion, it was f.tr: fro in I offrndiuQ 'rinrty in the late unfortunate John Hamilton 4, Edwin' J. D. .tensac/-,\n,named Docket hiidkt-rchi, ,silk and cotton; V

our tvUls to insinuate licit: the commander affair at Mahon. Haven, John Heckle, t'Aas. Hey". negr : nosier ; bUck l'orekinbeavev and V

of the AJ.iri'Mi' asfd tar exercised From Ihf N. Tvk Journal of COI1Jn rre. wood, George Mason lime.J WmfJ m", E l'nt'uJtiovca ; silk, co tn.'d' worstedsuipeiulor -

any improper iuflauucc to iutluce '/.. ARegtd Pirates.We stated .-John rnuezerity 3 Rosanua V;: .t ?; Wtck, White and seal hats f' V

his! cur to vote for one Candidate or m Friday thai: the Grand Jury, after Irwin. V V .J-'ifly five yeaN old abOut fine latest fuahion,with. general supply of't8'C. V i

:i'c other.; So fir allV9. have anvlUOvIcdgC au investigation of the documents relative William II. Innskeep. a. nix ftet .high. the above t:

>, (.'pl. Jrtck illiit C Nl .
il himself: on th.u ocra*>.Ki, with tin the bill*. This information Kachd l Johnson, Charles Joiies, N'e fo to Abraham Jos. C- &Pringle Ch;.", C.EacambtaItiTtrorto Keyser, .

']!flit ci, ami magnaniAs ,. we received from member of the Joseph Ruby. I ,
cm".p.ct a l'tr.neuh.l and' all leas &IJ'o' c1Lrgt1ajd .1. \} t11$E. '
:.IIIh;;_ this tfuiUvr U.s; exciter I luqjcst, and it was undoubtedly corrcct. -,0 Thornton .1. Jenkins.K I ". .. ; 1 I

tJlj intcrc sl in ''Ko: jv.Uic! min, 'rl Thy District Attorney, how-., .-George C. KembeU Jun 30, 1829-2V. i 'ensl)}y, FcbruryT.l83t)-4tr.- ;






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I 'H.1.G.C.T11: "J'ollted.L \\UaNDY CLOTHING NOT\C"F
IS hereby Liven l .&1 w .1 I 1 not pr;

\ '''E jif-t received per Kli7.! heth HATS, BOOTS, 4- SHOES certain note given by me to Loth.Averille .

IT'trout New Orlcaus an sdditivnolryuptR J. O'X 1l l. dat.utilta March 182y: fur r
5)3 12-the coalition which
nl c'.oice r.rticles, : upon uuj
.t just received a full onablc as note Has given, not h-wng been complied

AMONGmCHARE HAS. Winter and Spring with.

Imperial, a bond of :; CLOT/HAG, Thos Brown.Pcnsacola .

t miFrfSh Gunpowder, } tJ id. which he C..ft'er. tor sale low for cash. 2nd May 1 29-=14-tf.
Ilyftoti AMONG wxicu ARE ; ..

Young HysonL1 m Pf'nlllIlCllla Black, blue, brown and olive dress and J. 111 lAr.li1l1 '

.f 'ugar, D. H. frock superfine cloth

1.'mn do. Coals and Pantaloons. COLUMBIAN SYllUP.REMEDY

: ''v"1ite Havana, do. .'" LL 11 mK up curd, C:4S.llIet: drilling, and Cir. .
- It N. Orleans, do. j a ) cassian! ditto. ,4'\ which has proved itself
."" \ i; binnll Green Havana Coffee, llroom, d cif superior to Swain's or any of titN
;, J t'icmnati Ham. t to present V ",h'r Panaceas for tic! cure of the following

;;' ''."' Itrfcun Middling) and Shoulder, D'UI delay ; g. plain black and figured silk velvet, diseases viz :

:.' J'"u1t011arkct Bet: f, all creditors VHlentia: toihnet. fancy and plain !silk NECROSIS, (or affection of the bones;)

111 i.d ,10. I bution that f blue and black cloth. With a variety ot KIN'H'S EVIL (or SCROFULA,) \\UITK

Mackerel, No. : and 2, ne barred SWELLING i #
\.t1. X: D J.:1UK t 'r8s
: Pickles! assorted, years from .' : CANCCUUU5. and inveterate: UI,.

i Sauces, do. i Fine trilled and plum Irish Linen CELLS :
Cordials do. Ll\ fcrtaurt BILIOUS COMPLAINT.KHUMATK .
London Dock Brandy, ,- 1i'y. in frxt S111RI'S ; affections of the head and
\: duck check, cotton, and flannel do. SYSTEM
H'>Uami generally ;
Irish Whiskey, I (' l} R \\Ve& \\8.Black ULCERS of the WT- 111 & Til l ().\T. !

\ Port Madeira SYPHILIS, and all! other diseases ari!.
'I".E M'J Italian silk> .- .ITS, ing fti the improper use! of MERCURY.As .
Teneiiffe and VIlTJ! i ,1000 plain and fines griped do. a general depurative urt-cle, op

Claret Silk handkerchiefs. Glavcs Hosiery, cleanser of the blocd.this remedy possesvses

Lime Ju cc. 100 Suspenders, Hats and Caps, invaluable powers it Improves the
appt.titi. anti l h.is also the remarkable ef.
Lemon Syrup, :adelphia I BOOTS,
t'omst-jck's red streak Cider, it feet depriving!{ the skin of that: yellov
AlmondsJtiisins I 50 116. .AND bilious tint, which iiso common in bilious!:

Fig, Prunes, Dates, 20 I LSIlOES&c.Vth constitutions.!

Artt-tl Apples' Currants, I lity \ VJomestic and piecrFinsacola (;l\ocl'4. J. ALBKIG.'JT,

4 Lama QwertOil- du.r .I 10 \. (. February 7, i8-i9-4tf. The prnpt;..tor, in offering. Philadelphia his! "t.oLru: I kw

t? Yermlcclli.Iackcrom.: 10 t li. BIAS STHUP"IO the public.furni.she-l
) Butter Crackers, ) The 13th inst. will complete fin J ears <'innamon, 5 \: ) since the Peusacrla Gazette hag been under I 'by the same, in testimony outs! superiorremedial :r

Cloves, Nutmegs, MACC Ginger, the control of its present Editor and ;I ) powers, as given hira by respectable -
Superfine Flour, co. we lake this occasion Ie. tender our thanks persons residing in different )

Irish (Potatoes, (iu Hamper ) 50 do. I., its friends and patrons, tor the increase parts oft the! United States, :\Iil just merit
Miking coir.plete and general assort of patrol'l.ge'ilh which it ha. been favored due to the same as well as being i the
20 that: By reference to
during pciioti. means conveying to their fellow
went clu-a- as usual: !
( the number of this paper, it will be perceived \ure9 Q, lao simil
Peii.' oia, 15tu Juue, 1829.*9-if.THK 50 () are Il1rly afflicted :I Me..
thai during the past year we have speedy anti effectual! remedy UWR ",at
Nests published eight numbers more than H Volume nriny medicines are at this time iYcd ht,t- -
AMARANTH.OR -for this we ask no additional com .
';\\ about the country held forth! t. ':re
ask i for what due to
I JII'nsaliJII-\\'f only diseases .,
upon they have n. "e
i 1.
J A us, and we trust that our II a-'lId in the
slightest influence,some of whist II: .ad
Dr 6o couNtry: will not ne!;leci to notice the call. tried
.a ouic Ga.rla.nll.i b" previo-is tl) the: ue of the tyip. as
ia It is painful and disagreeable fus to
fr.1be seen hy heir ..
fIn aUestv r
a i friends and,
([ K AMAHANTHIC a ninthly publication : continually our The meilicinc is so highly I Y
: I : ;I while! our Establishment! still needs" an addition I tor
4.1 of 23 octavo pages-It i\\i devoted some ftf the physician! for thecun-of Carious G
I to our subscription \li"I\ it :nay
cicl.isively l to the interests oftl e Masonic appear impolitic : we cannot help it, if I tiiseasevhal ,l, the p'opiiet-.r'( < \vi\

';i Institution pages are filled with Histo- \.iTlO I : i I i subscriptions were It' ul tray! paid, the expense knowledge, ten gentieinen wf in: rmdi- r
H deal FssaysBwgrepbtcal! l Sketches of em- would he but light in our Suhst ri- cal faculty were induced 10 try it in diseases

meta Masons; IllustrativeConlnnersal A- bets and we should reeeivp swish! support, to which thty th.'lvt'9had been
Dt-cdota1 &. MiftCelUneiius\ :1lattrr;. Kuio-; CITY : even with the small number of patrons ue subject, and found jjreat benefit frllln its

geesAddresses, li.telhgcnce.: I'urtry, kc. at \\mvff-but without money we cannot pay use ; one purlieu! triy! residing ID J\cn..; 1
i The whole comprising grea'.cr mass and : : workmen, l.nj p.tptr ndt\ type &('., to ti>wn N. J., who'-i-/ tl} s.olution! w..!; threat
''i' variety of interesting and useful matter (toLodges carry on our business with satisfartioii to ened by a severe HII.l'k of rvcr: (r"t| lit,
I and Members) than can: be 'found JlHK L .\ our supporters: nud ollrs..1f.'c must! wnich had previoirslv! resist,-d Inwn ;..
inei try other Mattoiric wurk of its size, everpublished. e"ta li ; therefoir earnestly eniieat those treatment, was in the n nr.e of a f;:v

: The woik mu$, in the courseof General (;u : ; out of Peiisacola, who are 'n''irlmg-I eeks restored to tile e'!jt+ymtiit ol perfect

a few veir, "t.-ct"!'.sarly: : bvcome a kiiul tof jinally, rt' : j to remit to us by mail, oi pay to our health.
and ) I t \ \ I!
.Masonic Encyclopedia to which the Mason I ings j I I I'j gems, the small sum due\ us--they mustS The accounts whkl.! have bpcn receive
of evtTnler, turn with coii'i.ience i. tie Stair "'nerallv knew the amounts um', sid
ed fr-ini d,Heru,
: : :: agents in : I pirts it the
lie ,
interest, m..illt shall I".* ri I
when k.j
< for anyimport tnt information rearitug sent bj at our > I
in \ \ I Union, speaking! Olll.c good tff.-ctt pr.J.I .
ginating j Tlie Hllowin authorized!
t+ the history, conditionr i ptcuiianties grntlfn.en
I of I dUCt d by 'he syrup, are surHoeM to compile .
-Institution that he matl.- passed by and requested to act Agents for the G.ij -
:: ot j
I : : I at ti: time Jin octavo volume ',t
lions. upwards
i irt;. tp\ it .;ht"" second volume will 1 cuu- t tn j! zette. of two hurxl.--.nl
'information ; Radford L. C tten, Eitnnbia.Jeifniiah pages 10 enu.iie.
the l :iicati .uf concise hatapproxeo'.ilia :
inence p" n a rate all the
comjucic i.-... .... '1.- I.. I olu-niis, (" I Savell, Almiranie. cur s. a
fctitutton from (tic earliest HHK*.. J'p.c his- ere+ts ol ;' C. 5. V. Jones, .:llmjun. '1 he doses of the "Columbian Sarejudic'onslv '. p

torv.if published vlisUnc: volupe-cculd ture and : Th'>ni-s G. Bright, Euchre Vallc!!. ; pro,rrttu'i(-d. and a'1 el
not be arf'nrded mart Iran than 11 charged World a (. I John M. Long, Jlolmet' Valley.Baltzell to the! ige and ilrtc'n'a: Ui; ththunu'i : steen '

for a volume t.f the Amaranth. The t- tit : racier o' .{cola&c.\ I Twm"! lI't.bbl'ille.Ht'lIr. IlISS... perfectly imocei-it, that no
j hA. '! : : llofky evilefi'eits need :be
the btothtrhoudthereforc, who are tlesirousuf per > .\ Yiinge Com/or/ : apl'ehcm1tfr..JU
uht:1.iningi'lch Q work.-lwea bet. ;1 ors, for ) :. Alqusup Sieele.tiingrulirrLeslie it, M hen taken: agreeably: to t-e three

opportunity ()tfcrt.dt'm ii','vf th.mI I'. :! ; !1 : A. Ti'ompsouK Tall1.hlls tio+:s. It may be given without any a;).

,.. they protj. lly ever xviilh I .ve again. I to al| 4 b'o? ;!I: : t % erilf i \\'I.ilt'i I.Uonli-'IJ. pretu t.Mon to the ino3t teuJer inlaat oc
of tr; ;is!' or I lad Hnmphieys, S-jninu'e Agfncy. tffbkadult..
The Amaranth has receive the
mostimquftlified : The .V ; I:. B G-utd St Aiinslijie.Viliam z
7, \ >, r irOtrtti'n! uf the fraternity: !1 paper: ') I I : : i: Pi kncv.. hey Is'est. MEDIIML KicoMVhvuAToiir NOHCK
y I I
_"..,. MI far astliej !hadopportu:>ity to eximi'ie I iceusinr' or : ') I f I !Pensaco'l-t M-'irrh 10. 1329 H| :rec--iimnrntJed: th* use of J. .'2rbrigit's .
i. it, and the )puhlig. 4-rs li../iiil ;he ns.-t ition I to public = Iii "COLCMBIISTKCP: *' in P.l4'n

that n.) pt-.rso'lical in thtr country )Laa. reI I! !late .k. : t, private pn'clIccfur nearly twovears. ..tiuwitnessed
Cf'iVt'Ire:1tcr i or u.urc general roiunendation vernment, I COFI' E his in6 i i'-. decided eQs cvcases in t
troin its coutf inuorarieh.! Tne first mill! I : '- many which '-u-S! previoi 'ly it-v..tell
Sulu-n: will close on the 15lh of Maxh: I I l the:: itsuat n-medies! I uuw'I- t I. i. \Ifh:
t probation ; Will.- l; E l.
next ; the tecond will com'nenct* on the :j : 7 pleasure give my testimony in it. t,,\i.'ur,
:ihmigii: it
j r.ftn-nth: jf aril: follouing Jj.ckoi, to a .d will quote a few of the most rem.srka.

J Tin- publishes, believing! that an e1 -- '. lLu ::} PORTER able cim.p< rtornr-d. 'by the same tvhtcl.cattle .

tended circiihitioa! of tlie w. rkwtll prcvrf uppost.the j I j I Ii under my notice.Mr. .

(> nuitii-it: advaiitug** to them..ch'eami will Infill: : i' : ALE, & John Hinckle's bOu, of Abir.gtor:,

the best ;interest! of our venerated institution OIjlJi ". I : L)' township tmt6U1TH Colin. P;,. ur .l-

and its nie-utjers' must respectfully IIlcaSUJ, .. I CIDER. ceration ot the .Ti-uuh an i :i,r.ttt. and

Uohcit the 'prftrout; e und co-.opera\n/n.cf : e6t5 of a : violent inflammation r,f the c\e>i ;;lie
their brethren. I great IlIh >> I] Bags St. Domingo andHavana tliseasc \lad des:rnyclo the soft [iavis ot the
The terms %rcvn' Doll.-.rs! tyrar- a word, ': @)U Coffee. throat and roof ot the mouth ti.at n laidbare

! t a vace ; or. too dollars and. .l tr,1 cents -if f paper. j I j 10I the bones and r-ide i is w iy into the
his- I
sent on the responsibility of an agent aid For .the i|I :Fifty Barrels Rye nose. -Mrs.:: Mary Peterson, ol'lVil I !

not paid within wo months from the reception course ; key. ton. Del I of conlinufd Scr ),t'I. un 'ler 1
of the first mriilter after suoscri-
which she laboured "
three .
: One hundred anti h'lft3box. \ .r.
She had extensive srrufulous .
matssume attempt h:< :: ulcer.tt> 'n3on
and ( de i the kit side of the
Porter Ale
right tar "" es : neck 'ioa:It tn i ucr
allowed every eierij/t for ilu-ir srvices. breast the breast
caps \.' Fur sale by ; terr much enlarged ;
The vluOP.'l' >u comnloir l, her left swollen and
attempt i* Vanbaun Wilson. arm useless:! : and iur
Comprises about 400 ages, einbflltshidvith modern $ I head on the affected hide reclining on the

4 \- pionriati] er.giav'rigs, together still. Pensarol, Kov. 17th.Boxes shoulder, and violent pain in her stv.eruGentnil

with copper plate title page, aid indfX. yet in iu rhonrias S 'ivder, of Hheunutic t t

M Brethren wishing to comuten'e with the and jK/wcr : Claret JViue affection of the head, followed by au obj! 'a
ensuing volume, will please forward their tcnce. 2 5 struction ol the ni.strils; st-vere: pain iu flf
names by the 20h> of February nest the i f from
Without Superior quality. njper Ja\v, extending tile n'*.e 4
Moore & S SB' Seve l'.rily or over the check b.iti?* ; the cheeks! exhth :
200 do so. i.
.stoi':. :Mass. 1)e 5 IB'X" ..1\ tiollal ting highb'ateot JinfUmmation. .
r -- widest : 2 Pipes! of dry Malaga Va.entine Boru.: ;. of liberation of the ;t"ftnostiil J

the IFine I ol>structoT: of t.es! <. ; los of
\ 1 \\
.: Xl'lS. State and smell, difficulty of !rrathing. and sc\ere

M OHE: ai.l ftlariy.tl; also publishin every city Sticks of Salt. pain of the system -Mr. Mustek's wiib.

tile curtof the ensuing bpring country. A GOOD JSSOR7MSNV OF s,.III and daughter ilrs.. Mustek of C :iro-
if sufficient ef1c'.uritJ.'t'lIIcnt oHers, col' Kwope sic Rheumatism, wnh which: she! had been

lectiun ef sonic: I'oc-nis, II y'nIl8. Songs mation t">:\ I DRY GOODS! &c. afiiictevl upwards of sixteen years hu

;'. O.\.-3 Anthems, &c. ;1'hiuok will: con For the I { ) For sale by sun oicald head, and Daughter t+fs.crbutic t

.1 ta-. 500 pages, U tno, -will be elegantly I enlarge I H. Michelet.KUliNlTUJiE. AHection<< uf the gums and (lisch.+rge
pviutt l on good; l\ pe and fins papt.r.with forth thw from the left eLr.-Stephen Snare's sm.l

an engraved title are, and forwarded, sands iu caricus affection of li..e slim ; nearlj the
bv mail, to distant subscribers! :t one dollar ellerou ) whole of the shin :bone was destroy, cd.ogether .
cojv.; Such work the subscribera lour with mauy of the sm.iller bones

b+ hove<< has been long wanted, both by :: purpose \\,' t o DOZ first rate Fancy Chairs. of the foot.-Mr. James M'Minn, of liver

Mei iben and Lodges, and surli H .on,; ) @.JI Side Buard. contpitinl and astU ;::n, which hv had upwards -

'I they "ow prop ne to ')ubli4tI. lu compiling1 I j large our 4 Bureaus. ot nine yeusMrs.. Myers, of ulcerated !
i', they pr+n.Ho no more than: that t'' hereafter 1 Bureau and Secretary sure mouth and throat and her

.,'reglllill tndeavor to diacl.u'ge tnrir ditty. | wholly to his 4 Ladies' dressing Tables and Bureaus. laughter of scrofula Besides the dtseac3abut i

It probably, cut.tain .t number of .,rigi per 6 Do work Stands. e enumerated, I prescribed the Sljrl,
11 pit.Ct'!I. On tins 1 point however, I I' the Press, ifh 2 Do. writing. do. with great success in mercurial cases: and
j" 'th' v are unwilling to pledge thon.lvei. criptions, 2 Sets dining tables. secondary sypMhs.
To ". nts it will ,,1 1 pair card do.
.1( be afforded nt $10 per !: : .
3 Bed steads. In giving this testimony! oldie meiitsof
don and tt the same rate bur half ad oaen. The I
For bound copies, the extra expense: daily, at i a 3 Wash Stands, will be sold for Cash, at the "Columbian Syrup. I divested my
reduced .prices-to close a consignment.Maines language entirely of technical terms the
of binding will be charged. It is a. iu :, ( : :
props X. better to be understood hy those to whom
((Gates ,
SI 1 to f forward them merely folded and more \ at
it is intended to its effects. The
!i ::stitched loi the purpose of saving postage;, ly mail March 6th, 1629..-.rB.-,'. convey
; length of time the diseases have \been
tnh will hut, ..t"su mailed exceed 12 week at
diss.pated, comir.ces nthat the curls
I'" cent*, for ihr greatest distance. The in
"ib crib rr can then have them bound to tiffSse can I hlltCHVASSEh, &c. are permanent, and it may with propriety
suit his u.II taste. I will .. oU Sale, by the Subscriber, lately) be said, that its he-a ling qualities runt it
.' mission Isc) F received from New.Orleans, among the first medics of the present
The ;o-oper tion of the brutlierhnod i day- JOHN I. M.\YWI-i, M.U'
drfl.I\ l. He: Kirchwaaser, (of the Ulack Fore)
also r..& c.fuHsalici.tt"d in tins n.H'ertaking. f fI.
It IS de.uahle that the ln.se k I Champaigne (Sparkling) PhiladelphiaMacl.: 5, 18J8.
tines tn tinwork, should likewiseJ.c!HII j*< -u-inb ) fy \ ,.- id I Uiqjnniet d'Angers (French Cherry COil r, The above mentioned Medicine can bt
l diaU. three doiliis hot.*
\ tlr20thofIet'u. I'y..r.' ily, >' ) procUI't'tlt per quail:
ry : IW tha':, If..thepitrunagc ) nit .., it, Muscatel Wine best quality. He of the Sub eri.Jcu! ww! nil exurbsto

WJfrtftt.Jt msy.ilt nuiJvUly' to.ut1 al t RerdoauxOil. any person applying, the certificate:
put tu press, or oth i \ I.\k. .tba-u-.i It'-.J.; "
White Wine do. of ,
W.I Vinegar curv-s alluded to hy Uctu1qwe$

\ .Moore and 1j.'CJJ.III -Mi.,-, > I J. Pescay.Pensacola Vanbanu & ikon.fens'.cuiy. '.

\ Boston, Oc.emlJel'S, ldtl9. the l'cas I tf.j .-
y 16th Feb.1829-5.-tf.- January: 16ih Ig:S-



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