Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086630/00043
 Material Information
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 14, 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
oclc - 09716009
notis - AKP3156
lccn - sn 83025638
System ID: UF00086630:00043
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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\ VI. (Princyia, non homines.w } PENS .\COI A A1 rUES 1)JULY) 1-it 1 ;}. (Open tnall P artless i influenced by none) N o. -24. -, i.

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'Afars cf the connuv.'hf rf' such a I|I and not because of the political sentiment to take the
sense of the French
i'usl.lill. "kP.kI.Y. P1'E pltlle. as It these he an inherent defect in the theo-
CItII.' has t-sistrd! as that which we hare of the editors. It ns deenvf injurious to to his beii'g made Consul for
j lif. E.- rtra: rtliraCerOf the inettnrient. Preii-
v.-, .n AS It. .:?. f 17b T. fcentlv witnessed, there will be prejudices ,h. respect and moral influence, tvinch! the peror an order was sent to the French armies dent .
the aide and predilections! on the laws always command, that to collect their Jackson was bound to have redeernel ,.
t n on they
r'f I Tales fihoul suffrages They were
arr' r l.r (h. I.'re.r : :' r I' his and the f'r
:: / employed whole
of'srick.1.ot'R ot ,Fr. If, during its progress, we cannot should promulgated: in the columns of a :; told in a public proclamation I that they
4'f Hit Ttffihtrii o
of inflitet'ce xml
r : calm th. tMCious. tint permit truth and public paper, partallel! with which were ;;i were authorized and requested to vot'eI weiiflil of hiS name to reined P.

p/.i/N. reason to have their undisturbed sway we ||'other columns in the SUIIIH piper of thegrossest I freely, according: to the dictates of. their *' he defect in its practical operation. .03
IUI.T.\I In.hII r ; if I least after it lias minnted to abuse of the Government and its best The Constitution admitted: of the service
p..r.aou'll. I nn rtu nt ,II i judgments, and their! honest ('Oil VIC- t.
.'avM" H i, ile'eue.f! f'lK m<'uUit FIVEl own thciempire.. Judging of public men j functionaries. I tions. Hit a mandate! of on- man in the Presidential office duriu .
l Ul.l.A"S: will be required.tTT .. I and public measures, in a spirit of candor, I i ie On this subject I can speak with; ccrlaintv. lifed." an*;,'.! Ih.m. ?nporting!W"g'PTV.ltl'leu that if riv < his life, if h'- couKl secure S'IC ,rtl. eolit.
.! :>>!iu<>! if eradicate Lial.I' and I embrace :,! | odiei! sine t 1 ler'io';s, That great reformer, as .
,\ h' ?'ii.rrt* iji<=ci' ( "onEj; y t' should! utrivp to every w pleasure! this voted' against Ciionaparte, h !
)M I: IKI.L\K. for etrv f""i; .'e-n UUCP, !' and to banish from our minds evvry" con- I!' ""opportunity.. fnr explanation. Ti.' duty of be 1:1t11. shot. h'lllc Preside .f lck"o'l lescnht'H him, whomhe t..

f.,rthe 1irin""li"M, ,IVML'l'Vrtfl'VP.s I Ir I 1 \ \..\ 1or sidcratinn not connected with the good offoul designating I i the printers of the laws, appertains I 'Iwrc'Pnv rtier! difference, c-fepi, i(1 protc..ses to imitate; did not wait for

rich CUlllillll.UI"C'-I.lIle! ,' ones la propcrtior. i country.. to t"'e"fke -.hich I lately filled. The mode of punishm, ltw"(1 IHil case ar anr-nilineiit ot'the CoRHtilution to correct

I I do not prct-nd to be more than other ".lp-i'\I; i< usually made at the commence- and tl.. aihitrary removal of !nll film .that. 'le!f'ct ; bat, alter the ex'imnJe'

ALL KINDS OKT'lV ir .n exempt from the influence of pit judirertiid J''' I ofevery *''ion of ( recs. It as their :'tlhic: : stations for no other lenson of the r tier of hisCo'in'rv by declining

r\H) .o..n 'I' i 1' ,I pr.'dilcctiou. But { declare mo.t M icerely nrii'e by meviihout any particular couver- than that fan honest and c >""'lentiouspreference to serve longer! titan too terms, .'sf Ililh-
-iJU .J .f t IJ that I have ALight, in ref iP.m. e to "A' iOl1 '\nh the President, or any memberof I of ni" Presidential candidate. ... ed a. pr.ictical principle, which "13 not likely -

fcrUI.LT TIKCK Vii. AND PROMPTLY 1 i the piesrnt administration, and s: amt c''i- his Cabinet. In making? it. I f.1 under :1'\li.t ? And can it be (Ioubt..!, That ,,, to heviolated..

\'M' SK \ri.Y nil.CUTKil "" REASONABLE 'i! time to strive, to discard all prejudice! *. nn fficaler obligation to select the puMishrot i the pint which: prompts! these r enr)v mil I M !/I There is nnther cJq! :Citizens. up-

T ?Jt"c. AT TM'.S OITU'K."TJi I'!I! and to judge its acts and meisur-'s: as tiey: I J the laws of the Ir'vinas year, than an 1 i resti.iined it flu being extended II =!ti i i o-. wham puhc of nice*. havf been shower

;. nury.b r.-, .'. .-..r c the $!TlS yea*' ;I appear to me to nflVct the interests of ourcnnntry. I individual; feels himself hound to insert A..i pnva'life, nlic manifested a .il"lr pnference ell! in time Creates profusio >. 1 du not

.1. the I..II'"- ,';'p"tr. d l befoie I I snl "I'cilg advertisement in the same p* only hi, hat net which n cl.\1 n,1 lj kno'v the .umber nt lIon of newspapers -
the O FuV.ie!, pr."t in tr I ""P'III"\1.. stnii m he I I1111" A three portion of iny friends and! fel'ow.'! I, per ; his list The law do-s, j,, .vet I break II"'U.i ? But shonl.J I "},:;I.I-! o.iuMU 1 i tInt have been recently! appointed, ,

fi.! ,., n." '. Since that 1'<1'1'111. his pi i i- I:i i citizens (1'0111 hom I differed on the Imp not require it, but leaves the Secretary of :| 9.inctiu thf'l. how ioug >voui.l these! II I Ij but I :rave nriced in ih' public prints
'I occasion did not disagree with me HS to the ('Slat. at Juicily to make lie! selecti.in ac- ,j j i hat ifr rei'jai-i ? I j fificen
vat* ron-e, !is |II.IH''n yta! !" li public I (I some or twenty. And they are gen.eraliy .
,: J cordiusr to his sense of pI v. A publisher ''i O.ie of the v\orst conscqueure! of the in-I'I *" fi
.\Inii;..c. till ihe foiiiM'i hve become so in : 11'j nprf'I '' ,. <> 'hose h"ll1" "- papers niantI
I of the laws is nit sin olHotr: of Government. t ir'.il-n! tio.i et'ths tenure of public nrliie,
tI. !. y* jn .1. ..i 11,01 I inin'Mie: attention. j i fetevi !ie geatc activity in the I.lte Ca!.
j I to can \1 hat; policy i III effect.. EZPetlenre'II t had beeu judiciailv so de :i icidcd. will !I.". s'i-ndd t li '
1.J"' .'n* .i"! Ii.! ".' may now hrrevr I I 1'IIn.nl.-ad'ptt.J. vac the most vulgar abuses of .
: !I CH-I HJono defr nni'lf' who was right. Jf lie h.J.! io cOIO'nis"i,". "far' ac- !II' s:"."s'l.nl"i sj,.> ) )_ :; opOo.vents
>t*> to the i' ttl-'Mvnt\ c.f> his (li Stafldlllg I 'V""O k the most fuisome of their
; that 1''lir V continues to he pursued un'.: "' MI In.- abnUv i.ld )ita- 'tt.\ vvittl; praises
el l 'n 1\1:1': CUI'I""iI,1/If l nc'.i -, 'lit'' I I favorite ra-'li-lite. E I II'N
ca'i-s- !
; ; I( the ,administration, it shall have us I I officer of G-iveinment r...e (!li"li" -d bv the whicli 111! jc oiiici; rs ..'liar!" lii -i ilotit: ; "I I j are an much
tnc ). far Ihl'! tt !ost the I
: 'fttt--t { ptrscnt '1 f en'nled! be n'ed other class r i
cordial from ne as if i i's had 1 lair Admiuistr in I" > Ille il"t "J'p as iny
. s-tpport rnre I i tim, 'nseijnnce of hs co.oin M stt !: of u".iv! 'I"i i
,, n "'i..t of .. ( ;ioiJun; Esfj., in the [ uf theco'iioiuniu! hat if the-
I been confided to njeuts 01'my '-hoice. If.I I politji'al nplt; '". is not iiniii'd; | :' rapsici'y. incomien's: f.-elmg tlu j! ; number and
1'I i'I.a'.I'j
r.:.!V ilt'iie' *. : I
:a I on the contr.'irv. it shall! be lu-ijlectc'l I or I few cl.au515 of IHIII i.').'ri of tar !Ian ? \\ hich liry of th"ir SIItall", kiion-iui; ::j. I' !it lie quality of th"s" promoted, be such
M-o' n 17th. ISli:*. li'hllil.t.., :.. tn render p\'i,-.->ie lh. nf .'. *"
] :Ia 1I.lnllt. the lentil to horn I no,' "err "e" I. periodical/ reio tv.'s, ai >bull i it mnlive" -
.- -- ii' ft'r.111 br b'lund h ty all the obligations But. if they had been o(7iier( of Government .'rirs. Tviiiiout auy n Bald! ..) the maun |I appoint mt."nll. it"they are preferred not f4

,, t r'IG: IT ITiti. I /altlultaln and t consistency. lo adhere toIiu' r.-ho. conM dare Inca;tnel tn.tllhn>r t i! m uhih: !I they hay.: executed their t'.1 111I1 account of their' fair pretensions a-irl
T1' '. who '\.jillo. tS'-d ., them abiiitv and capacity) to serve the
... ,---- rnlj\ objected to the lemoval wO'111 ".1 j I j dl-ip ( m-ilxe tin' ul' s'.1 ''
.. \W take a new commencement from the con have tlmemcrlves put in pi.ictic.-a pe ., iricott.i! o'H.- II. vihilsithi-y. boil Ph au.tud I public, hut because 01' their devotion to a
.' (. J oJ .I. *. KFEECll 4Hi ot Mnrcli} 1 last After that day those ncral l and swceptog .y .ll'm'if"Tcftt.sion! / I!i I h"IIt"t.- may expect innnoei aide par' icuir!: individual, I ask if the! necessary '
1t tiic ;'::h1:.- DimiT at f'nw'.e1! '< flriiden i, who supported the election of ihe present The President is invested I .;th lit 1,.- .,i o..If'. uf |" ;id. pt-<:ul Ili.n.1't'J ri i u;>ii-oi. !|! cm.IWgII:nre'i7USt not ot. t render the

t.a! L"wimI.11 : ;lay 16. :829.i i I,I Thief: Maeisfrf>lp. were left as fn e to jndjre mentions ,iowerof ili llsi1 1 to !h.. i-x :r- j,j 'r'lesid" Jacks .::1 coiuj''ned hi; otti I'',I >>t' "s s-riLilau 1 in time to lcRtrO\' this
!I <.f the conduct: of his administration as : Civil I for tli:puhlif: Curl I I. A: ml to ;: rait\. ,I ci II -.ireer 111 tie: -4lii oT 'I 1 jrrli h-f. wi ;ij :',. :!\! :-t.-rt' j'Hstl). cherished f'lle.ljuinofour! !

TOA3; ),1,. (iistnQuisbrdGurcl; th ''e who opposed it. It writ lie no more I, any private passions" or p'lriioses. I It sv.m,1 j j .'verv. In "I'. \vnib "hou.lj n;>ratf. on be: |i II.iilt'r: R

Fr/VW nr.fi Xr'e/ibvr lfE.HYCfiAY :\ inconsistent; in 'hem, if he ::.isapfiotn's i their conferred to pu-ve-if m fie public fiom "11-i j: 1"1..I,'.. t, to Urjje lliill t" l-o et In" J pre j j I II i hip."mcipl: of all these appointI .

: .-xp.ctaiiotis, to dis pprove his adi'si-ij-tra t"tang th'-xis; 'II :.111Ir S. or 'IH,1; .!'. !i .i fnti< '.. and' } p..'.hili! hict! last''r! "t.\hi- |I: "',t'lto-lw. in>)iii>;'olv of public trusts by
With JIM J"wd: proofs of lion, tlinn i it wilMic i i us to s 'ipport it. if, ficeis. 1 It \\.1 r.j::"!" ton llSir b?ca,'''', i: :MiieJ in the pievi:us cost ,t. .I'." I !p: ic- j I I :rac.IIC-4; if in'1't-s; and Par:iztO Ediearhe -

his t'1! H-H (Mi j_'hl t. rriio\v tir! | di:nnpo"itini? inns, he should pie 'rve the the slow process of 'ri i iid l l. 1".1: ,' a judi. i.l! :tic. dijmnVd, mdfr! iti'.nnd: I foroe i.-ine1. j! ex-t-pnoiuble: (and I would not IS
r.ssnrnntP tit our confidi'tirp in liisnntrioR I established! l poiicv; of the iValion, and introduce ulrinal were r.soi it-*: to, ti.r ..u!>lic mitrhtbe i ile hail i b"0!! tne c.i'ii-e! "t n fousislT! ",:>l.! '. 'la-.X' al'ided:: to glen: ) but from my delib- fxS5

;! !, t a J I'n I.,and] i incorruptibility i ,I no new principles of alarming ten : greatly injures! durii:, the prog" e>,,red- i 'nnjority of th" p--op'i-! and was !tee'! d !,v i:j 'raterutti i. ti'in that they are essentially
dency.! prior to the df i..iol of the cue. Hit r a l.irjje injoiily of la- (.k-ctoial .ntrs. Hi- I viuoun) their eF( 'rts are truly alHrminif. I ;
-rn.TV* hcaJih{ anti h.l'piIH'llf'nd j I i They; hesfruved th>:'t sit (fl. arres, npo! the never WHS iu the conie! uplafiu! hI Co.ircs I r>ad been ,Tli-d m :i.ii\ fi r.'n !?. tI! p >'..veifil | wit!! not i"mputf to President Jackson
}.;'n in his re'iionirnt, and a grateful ;: supposition that the ( eminent otid! b<% s. Ih.lt!; I'r: power w.uld .-r b<- I I ioilnence ,01lill ,I. 1'1'i.is brilliant any
r"IIIt ii i\'rt
design tu s o'tr liberties. I hope
\aiun: (1 Jo justice to his 'ir1l1rs.f j: well|| administererl ; that pnhiic! pl. d i would be redeem "I solemn! scions and f.iiililnl i ti-ftn who ... i'-ute'J! now enter-
e : piotV : >.lilts. Jj-i.; ap ; j l. ItI rt.i'Il't1I.y iimy .ar.
\ !: r f" i.nvr ICI lst Way ..I\f'nc"il, 1r. fulfilled! and the rights .1I.,t lb: "Miicof the ration of il ii is ao 'leI of f poser 1.,1, i iI|1111 hiiII" 'HI. 11V..,. fir :.: I"'pel iij ) >*".:1 any ucu lesion -Hut 1 must say,

rig,y rn"I'. ;.!ti r.'crest'.iIIe catuling the j i itliiit people be pr n't and inniutained. If I Ii | and a great :111'( arllr''J I j Yt".I", .iii.l!, if fame *pfis! min*, -A-is .ui"er- i I'hat 'f a-i ambitiou-i President, sought the:

;ra".t'.1+.. PHItI'\1.lt' i'o.,1! fLae him, ,j they shall find themselves deceived ill QII\ I I ivjjret fXlrf rrr-lv. that I ft-r-l cnn
ndril'f"f"( tlitrin CI MM a pOrt h in whir.h. i of these respects ; should prinriphv' 1'Iw..ti I .d to nolict'lhe iioiiivriiiou upon the pnn'a | diM'-ise. li'i -: ieceitly }, -..tt vi-'ed: by! | nateK! !' estabiifch a diflerent form, he

'andnmchat: above 'hrm. he was dnrini; the "a II VII!? be violated during! 11.1, pies anil practii; l' of:>>:r insiitutio'is now in I I I"nl' tit Ibretf'P.s atlii'-ii'.iK: .>f (Pio-i ;Ii-v'. t \\111.1.l at the!
;.Ia'rl.-",lallliaBJ'! as follows : i I1'i i.It'lIcy. and new principles, ;) f r.'c:. I 11.1 -i? mci auxiocdy hoped. j I in the privation
1 f".or. frienc: and fP11o'r! ---riiipn; that: if ous import, neithei avi\ed to, c.fltllr-1 thai I could: h
1 l )ut! fin't INIIETilagl' to 1xpr the tVehn, sire i 'ated by them bc' put forrU. ther tinuiv :\ii siIie.a' r.-alion. Alo I I\.d) 'loved a't'5Imu v, ar: ilv. ,.,,' "..t i.a!| >c-v!ii.ii to h,". That no m :(''T- what I

,.tJch! ,to' alumIte I cnuM not l.p peen betrM "d ; the ;. 'lh,1| i.flivi.l-i I net 'type IIH! ? ii *\i:1:1 pause, and hcr "if'ei- I his aHeciion. If" h.M nfln'd OM vh >"ilotas I'-.t.l. met cal the rrisr: .ctrr. the services or

.. .'lII 4. tin 1I'ol.t"..! hin v.4 st i"'m"y.; \ty ,. iic.l fr whom tlr1? voted will! have (ai lieu! to II pursue a C"JJI"f abet: il unisi 1n with ill'sstnito i : his ho.tots. Uudei! !m. h IH..I.II- I .r- s-ui.fi-rs of t mcumsents'TapplicantsU rS

.:nice, colic titr'l1 I';Htl'rfll.; )hag had preserve }tic identity" and tJ.ey wil! .'furtrei! I : a fire Govetnnitiit, I ei.tr.-ut myfriends .ais.. was ever lu.ui In ni 'i.'ieiiirMvilleil I >r <>'Prtwh tl tic! 'ir experience or ubittv -
its tag"i r impaired liy i ieiraf! "I'it'.th! andLUNHPIIip by th. most *acred of duties to apply the I II I and fc'.l.j-v' u-,3.' teir mil t cUe-: I r upon} I', ,till. all lime; y.!".!i"Ii.c. :: 's I tervc thr 1: '?'lbJlc, if they: did not

?:!*. Y "i must have 1"1iP I 1, proper cnrrec'ive. j ji I wlfie, tl he ;111".11.1. I'mt I IU'11 I..II" 'J! "I'1" r..,!" 1'. to, 'IJ,'tt 1'v- I"1'1- .i ..y dmvi :t ".l t worship hum, they podsesi -
lat..lt.d .is : hive I, >
fltH' home n"yonr brat and l deal st lririiidiif> n! his life In the ( iod '..v.i.i .qlh';'1J n Pri !lent would S'J" as mo-

wit .. 4i .}. d Un ieg "'' PI-.UT part of 'fJlI" iJj'.t" the :nl"t11.1 ih- ini'iie'"?, ale fated for I: inflict any' \v.>niid up.>:i t !!. fen''s!; ',{' HI, Vthem. :i had s.i lon: |jt.Ss.>.I 1 a m.! -1.IIilll. t..j I.t I 1.ells 'mayss-ti;', "I am the 5tkte" l:*

:. v-Mi i c.! a-'i i It..1! in t.,.i in-i-it i'iii- 1 t1e r' Mi.'fit of the 1'.1.! .. ( ):.f'.i.tl incum-i I 1 I nt I thiiiK, iiiiiecd! tht"| it h the do I the' country vv.ich bail so :n-ullv_ ho.ior-'d I ,\ ".'Ii.! d:. ,II :;oil publicempoYinept!
; jut' ,. Yin 1 bents HIP "01111' lut-ieforf. to adoiiniiterthe I i ty of all Of Ihc"1 to "'xeicis(' tt. : him ? }
tnt r Is' u'P : tuna n the 1'1' j.I.I :t.'hl ii"t Ijeltjri ti the trr.efttt'i.. He
!)-('slrlatnre4 el'l Jha ms tFfnIUrrPPrfIg. trust, nuf for th'.ir own ptivn'e 01 uidividilHl I inei'ls freely and 1 ;in .i-jien !fnilv. on !. I I sincere1* hop th,111I'! \ ill v.du tills.I : i w'Ihat't'.1')7; "1.11/1 tnc wholeoffichi: !

\ vi' ': z"l1l! anii fi'iei.u.. the utmost of """.fi', hot no .l. to jlrnltlllt. ills'pro1iPtlty 'I i ispas inij ; and th-il J.n. ought f') feel 1 I I iioiie. so t'.rttlrS.tP: of hu-ii.i'i 113turs'.t.kl| .s ;-myfin'iiC.t t o-ic: h','ii"< e'ie.xis charac-ctCpSs
sun! powers t.) promote ti.e wflfuie! of our | of the MO;'!'. Ills i is ilio vilai ;. 'hi! inselves ifsiaue,! h v 1.//tar. I", Ill:f, ori by i fur Hi- .ak, )1{ 'us own rep.ii-iti.ni.' \' "'- I. tc I', :iuluse" iti-o it unitonn '
:-01l4.t,1 you must I harp n.tll.II..d. princio'e! : of a Repu'; ;'*. If a diiiVifit :i any part which the.v. took; in rile i.Me el! 'c-.' tim.r he ins, du-incj die two moi'ths,! 'ti i* one !11"1Ct'
pi-: .* i> action fie wmhi
priUl,plp. prpvail and a Goveriunf.il litST I Unit from rdmillisr li\.lll. c.miluct-d him { let scatter --tii! an
POI ...g't tlic'e: same wnl, *n-h. nu'd frit'III1! condemning what. heir lu'.i.ts so ef' i! i'id: l''jr-il
.w'iIJ.I .." .r.,1 t ant we'CnfCd and !1")11.01. :lilmllli If"t',1 as to gratify the p.i.- >ions cr : canaot approve.Knowi f-trl tell nn l /hist.try jirono mir.. Tidtn ismisr | )' :1 h -nd. orPces "'! nf'K

ei lay_ t.c.ItI.I'! I HtVP 'CI'III.VI'n.:. befntc : h) promote the interests of a p.u ticular in- i :j the imputations to w!1'h: 1 t'I \- fv, and will ,pievai!! ') :n'-r.hrri nf flon; -rrts, ( Ivith" .ec to
y 4011 ('WI!! t-4Iill'Htt' the tPgrs! ..( nliihiitY! i d'.vidual.: the (nnn- 't fr..p iiistitutio'is may I poso myself, I would: rlmdil il"l. if'I did; Ii -.js ubjeci-il to "Vlr. -\d.i'0< th'it. bvHpooiutiri : \|It.O':h i !h 1.1 "{;1=)ken, jo-i vvrtlc"!,. and;
I Gvcrnment is "c"l\li..II\' believe '-.'trr.tlIir'l ;. .ra.lof' true: 'IIHq hetlr! lit .; ... rr1
"'melt I n"iw (t 4I I I. or concwve hnw IIII"f'hillod"'l"'ie remain but tnat not solemnly tint! there: is SIM inn* ; i'l dt" 'r.-s :
all h''I':111 1 IanguIpe 1; to pout; j a monarcMThe (jreat diifrTL-iib betwf'f' 1 I caus! ofa\lrm:1: the p.i:ICII"; of removal imbii'! places. li!* indaice"d f lit puitv'if I -.ITU: ti/e Hie pre-3-It 't .1,1 ." :' 1 .rI .

11." '1s'% '.M itefu! em'itmisif my heart I !j tt.e twn forms of Government is, that, i'i It ivii"! il had! bet'i recently acted "". Hitherto the 1.". .. amt esl.i'iiiie.1 a iieced'-ni I ru1 ':'el constant l.jln r re'- "r'h.- vqi

V'.ul'i!: siv'fieit hire, H: I have seen inothei llenublic. all :)nwerand authority, <*nd nil th" u"if.II:1 practice.of thy Govctrnri, ( "Itll"htViih..! the nittst misciiii,..,u-= cons "- i ,ri'l..,1.1 erllh'S .f"p..t, :.,n "n .niIjP[

iuMHiiies, mure my retur.i amHI Iio! I public! offices and honors, P,u.tlIHlr Ii omit the !hat 1..1. i\hei e charge are ;preferredj I ,j.tr>iices. And Pm a'it'nt J;"' ks:n, ('1. he !fopni n. Congress HIM! rI;--* I.r. .? neI

vnm, carp' 'Oil' atYIl'CPi to VC:11'S. rIHt..alf'ti people, and are exercised i and held for their i j i uguinsi public officer?. forejjju or domestic j bet;m'd his: pardon it was ("andiduie Jacl.- I I \tn.ild ;pro.-nu.'pfa'e a iie"- penal cud It thei A

*o ole bv nn inietri" e of ftieu.!Uv ofEce I benefit. In a monarchy! all power and I IallttH"Iy. j i to transmit to tll.r copies of the (h.lrr,, i S'ii.) was so in.ich al.ir.ucd! by tl--se "jI i i i -.-w i".1. a-id mPn'.slt'fCnt'1! of whic'i '.vntild
Had 1r.l'iilhelir ff't'lill lit ginning Inure ; all ofHct" and! honors, procoeJ .; f<.r the purpose of rcfutati
than ihiny years a ;o. Thi ir sons, ijrowiibniii I from the monarch His interests, tie .1 1capiices ti..n. This has betn cousideied a>i L'llli1 ;:! of our Institutions!! that 1:1 .5 nl'-nnl I !hy devotion or o 'nositioo to M,1J.n1;

"I' ; my il-st-ncc in the public c
; ncruijniiMg| th<*!ii, Hljlt a!!, ;ramp; t- dest'mieg of !tel. kingdom. In a ll";pubiiche mal i tiiais i: )before' judicit! tribunals.! Buinow I made tJ the L.'i.l.lltarO' of rciiies.er. !n* I 1 in notiO'>, if ne di'! nut s-icceni : sub

4'.: bv a".!lent ati.icauie.it. nft'-cti'tna'cly people are (cry iliinz.ind a particul persons. are ''1Ii' fc.not oal> wllh.llti I declared :iiis firm conviction 10 >>e. ihTf MOmember ; vctt'niir ties lijerties of iM-t -o-/; and

ra"r.atodin' a're'! a1iiiiiij net as ill ben l Hr in.1Ivid'JalnOlhin In It monirchythetnouarc'i i i trial ol any sort, but ,' .):! char e. :lt,1 I Ii I of (!ongiv.s uiight to be appiintled : I in t'.t-.hlillIn-; himself upon thru -e. it

'! :..1 to their own itisciioM. Considering is i evry .il12', and the people! !!i as i if the intention 'crf to diTv I public: opinion I I I.) any ollicc except a seat upon t- j j wniild i>- b"Cf ue :enewa..asor

the ni'iitiMule; h"roIt'r.hlcf! !their nothing. And the tru- ch.'ra'I.'r of the I j I and lo girl to the acts of po>ver a h..ncla.nd he added that he hi-iis-if |I priicip't-' resistance had( been discoj -

1.lIlflIRid; respectability, and the dis- (."v'rllnl'nt i is stamped not by the forms iiiijluT decree-oftnortnity, ins -me insiancts I wool 1 con iurm lo that I'll:'. j vrrt-tJ w Inch: !.vis unknown in other times

tuice vsNicli mH'iy have came petsonally to I III f the nppoiutiafn otli'-e alon, but by :!;i the pet;sons dismissed have car/ied with D'.iriug the /four; vci'r of Mr. A'lanfc'al. 1 ->r to o'herj Hep'lhl".
its act li HI ojiei.ition. If in one, uumtil- ;! them iu (!)rir! niinistraiion. the whole n'nnber'if.tpnninl- ( r
<' me. an,1 l to> testify their rc.j">.'. lot I Ill pockets strongest testimonials li..t 'f all ndministratoT.: !
rfi-lence, I consxlei this day Had l this oc- ally (rc'e. Ihe Chief.IaZ.i!tra'., as soon as I to their ability and integrity furnished "n"nts roatli* by him Irora Congress dlIII.t I j I'I \ n.-ir.'uf just ? did:1t1l1cted.inh aimI
.H.lyr; as the pr uidest of my; life. The he :s clothed with pll\'l'r. pioceels to ex.'r- by the very instruments employed excer'1i'Ir/ or five. In( the fit ? of
llib'Me tf'iis rendered by mv Jrii'nds. iiPijfi-- iciif it <
bois Mii fi'iiu their hearts, as i if pellet atl'1 the his rt'nar.ls and puniil- | ofTi-ers! warding iu a zraouo- I In the first two u> mths of l';.sideii t Jnck-j! j I ;;:'c: t. :s grid .tdy! to alienate' .ifF-c-
meuts in the of the of.1! son's JidiTiiiiistraiion.; ho has j lions of the people: fro:t their;o--, eat
1nl..t iecess<'' 'If mine. Tendered in no application power opTiirion to execute tree laws, in conse1 appointed mare j
.f'rwt1. spirit; it dues not aim to propitiate I'atro""te, with hich hiij inv.'slod for /1: q'nnce of their prf'ft'h.a.c at the prr rrtil.mi: members nf rioogress to pn..lic otnce, tli.ni :! ant!. Hr.'ti'y to lead to its on rllll"C".-
time <)od of the ;,Ic'. election) I believe were aooojnted one of his !! "rrdnIe; the principfe now avo vr.i iiulJ
onn in aui''i-'ritv. Power could not buy orroeiciit. ty 1Ip01i -Itsemrlnc/pl. there would! have been iroiinds; I by any j
'I'b'tT*">rin< ofenightrnrda'rl! of devotion and' Htticirn! to hi'\, nn.l l not for their removal. Rut Ihis has not been predeceisors dining the whole! period of.fjur J prsr'lei; !, ail offices v:,-a.lt and fled: ,

III'i'r"ullPd! t' -e"i--n, it Ii a,idicssed; 10 a accoiiii.ig- to tile aiiility .' fi I iehty with p. ..tl'nfld! ; ao.I to show tnt it formed no i! : tr eight yeais. And il a|'pears that, within the rompasa of the E\eC'itiv: t
b'jvI t Icllow-ctiizeu! ill piivatc life ilh- 1 which the people: are or m"v b serve.1; consideration, they h.b'en dismissed, no o''icis; i loo high+ or too lovv t > be besf.tved ''I 'IOWf'r, arc- to be alot 1 amon the parti. !f

1'iit ortii'1, .ii'd who c.m !present n'lining, in I thai: Chief .Magistrate, for tiP: ti tie bejn: among its fit et ac's without affording them by him on this fa vied class, frori *7.Rtis nf the successful ca.ulidttc. The

reiur.i, but his benify ..".ks. I pray allot i aiiii within the Ii.C.P" of his tli"t'I', tiouarv ;. an opportunity of manifesting that their that of a head of IVpartment in
\ u. genilem, lo accept thus They power is in tact it nt in form a
are bie to every one of von for the senti- It was objected to the late adniiiiitrition, ch'Mce which they.hud nt the p eedi'ig officer Tid.r a Collector. I If I ,I by (lit- zeal activity, and HttacTi. ic :

m '1' just putnounceil.d, and for the j pmrei dings tliHt it adop.cd and enforced a AyfiKm of I election. : have not been iiiisiuformcd a representative '' meat, IH the caus? of a particular! can i- -

r -si'iii ,.f I grin to that porti'in; of my it mint a solitary olTicer of G 1''rl1l1\l'lIt. 'I vid; -iiI t"tn' s which are the nccesstry lis IM the United States, (MS nvpnily been cane.:;'. file consequence of i

fn..."Is \ h i, ats sigh I hn 1 lIb. misf iriciietn from Maine to Louisi<
:'itfer fiom t them in the late con'est, ( wu .:ii inisscd on """"11 lit of j political I who accepted public employment, Collector of the port of New York. : l nation into one perpetual theatre of po-

t -I.r .:",'1"1" t a:: hv n.cir AIf".ltI.r. here.I j "Ii II i i)1)os. It was well 1 1(11'1to the late .j I .ul.rec on them with the illl'lif'c under- Without meaning1 tu assert an a prener-i! lit .rat l t l tlI11to'i.; Thf're.mH! be o;;:: 1

laass'mm"rpm.lrllritdmut.u'thrtn! ttrgr'et,, l President, that in.my oiucors wild! h..II l j, standiux", that they would he retained aii principle, that in no c& vrouM it be proper iiiiiTer.sal spt'Uiibl I.? jar the pu' -!lic o'fi *e ..

1 I.ve. But 1 give HS I h.iv'> rc"pi"rd .helmph ccs suliject lo the power of di;- (i hang as they continued to diachaige their,' th.tt u-sott should be had: to the :'The t rmrrw'lon of one I'reside: ti:! .

trim ti?m, Ihll: hatui of iriends.'iip! HK cur mici:>n, were oppoinl' t e his rc-eJe-rtiou! |! duties to the public honestly, ably ,and ai3i. Hall of C.I\ rf'B. to draw from them contest woul'". beorily tie: signal! for the ,

"l.i( y. as'I' is extend to aI\: .finv fiiends.tl 'and were actively euijitOycd in behalf ofI : duously. All their private arrangements tried tnle-iH, and experienced public ser- cowencenvat .>f .\"ot.,1 CJM tit.

.: ,. highly: r.llif} illl I. I..e I. 1..1111", I. his competitor. Yet not onp was dtscharged are made accordingly. To be dismissed vast, t<> aiiiin( the llK< r.ativ or .Iu\tif:itl ;Ic'inciiisijon ot a.il. we should behold the t
tl.* 'hey and inoisiinl of tiUie'-*. who c.o i from that cans' Iii the commencement, I witho.it cause and without the meHIt of Departments, all must agree that Inch a /ictorilistributini be : !
I przesInd appy'tg'
with the late, I!land early part of his administration npc'-iie.l thorn in producing support, so punishment *, iniHtary cnnrnafi.lcr
political <.ha'tr "rre uuaiTrfCled' towards; were promiscuously mule from age or otliciat. habits fr m par that there shouM b? MO-ne I'nit.; bo'.h as .
: tnime-Iiately after he4had won a
I be escilodnc'Minst I all the parties in the previous canvass. suit of other business and all this to : great
n-' by prejudices ;IUemptet| J to any ; to the number and tile nature of the aplointmenti. anti the
r>i -. I "";ert.Iiii too lii:h n'sp; <*clfu t And this; course was pursued until an opposition be done upon the will of one man iu a fleeGovernment And I do SMicerelv think !' victory Coirj-ess. corrupted

the inettiaia'de; pi ;* s!,.e of t ln-<'Iv exer- : was organized, which denounced I is surely; iutoleiable appressioa. that this limit hmi's in both particul:lrsheen Press co"r"'ltd; general corptn'Jon 4
'. it the substance of free .
all! from its ranks
appointment as being
., unp'c ,
cl i.\.I.'t"It-UI jnltSnlrif. )11! transcended beyond ail safe bounds, and
pu'ili! nrT.tit, to draw in que.tiiin the rig ht i made for impure purposes Our institutions proclaim, reason enjoins so a* to excite serious ap"r hposiun'. ir vcrnmeut Sandv.ul havu' ; !disappeared.! arise and ,with some

of allY At my I.II'.w-cittzrnc t.. '.it iii and !'* I am aware that it may lie IIr;f'.I. that a and conscience requires tiinl every free- It is not, however, niy opinion but the! Pretorian the
nr M/O-J tnejr oini'ins. ill cpj-osiiKin litt.1sa rienge! was made in some of the publishers! man shall' exercise the elective fianchise (f President Jacks.in, which the pusibc '. {general conciirri-nce ot' a ,Iistr ic' \.d people

The be-t ,nd wisest anionxt O"t us -tre. ofthela.vs. There mire about eighty an- freely and independently, and that amongthe has now to consider. Having dec'aren tn put an t.'II.t0 useless forms

: 'v', l>nt 've.U and fallible hur.i.in 'beings.At iiuullv desiirnHtt-d. Of these, during the candidates, for his suffrage he shall the Americ.m people, through the IVnnessee I tin aware fiat tit late acts of administ .

H h., mnii might! ti> SPI up his own .jn.!-- four ve-irs of ihe l late admiuistratioii. about fearlessly bestow it upon hiai. who will Legiatttrc, the danger of the ration on winch: it has been my (lisa- .
l:1f'll as 'I .('armimt oIl"nl:1r.l! IV whtItt1P : J2 or l.r weie c'lHiiged. Some' of the best advance the interests of his country. j{reeahle duly to animadvert (I hone
Ii coiimit'ed
rreclneSJ if ,l'.l! OttieiS i* t.1 be ttSlfdnt. I changes were made fr.,m ffeographioal or The presumption is, that tiiis i is always practice ; :vingdelihcrtely without giving pain. to any of my fellow
himself to act in with that
.-l tiled.Il I. other local considerations. In several done, unless the contrary appears. But if consonance citizens, a" 1 most sincerely( wish to give

cannot be doubted Iha, wi;; ;individ- instances one friend wa substituted for fie consequence of such a performance of det'lareclllpmillI. how c.ui he now bejuvtifid none) are sustained upon some vague S
IT the solemn and
1\1 l t.iceptr, the ;ical bo.iv of every aunt h.r In others one opponent( lor patriotic duty is lo be punishment ; if an violating pledge \ notion or purpose 01 rt"r'Jrm.0 d it is fen
Ixt'i'iral. ; pititv that das bith,ito Hl'p..rei. nlll'ltf'r. Several papers amoii ihe most hottest and sincere preference of A. to 1. in entailing upon his country A perilnm I. -

In i-is c.tunny, h\ < l>ern honrji iu its iu- ioiluentml in the opposition, hut otherwise h to lie treated as 1 cri'a, then our dearest precedent fraught with the corrujninjj j "A palpable hit ai Fre Tom Mnarr," whoso B5Ib

t.ti"IIe. and j>Htii i.f". ;iii its :um.. Whole conducted with decorum, were retained. privilege is a mockery, AI'Ufr ia.,'itntionsere tendency which he described outrageously abiwd nit fra .''lmg priincirrulniiii ;, "
jjj r-.-% tiny h .vf ficeii soiiiitime* deceived I Of the entire number of changes, not more snares. [t is i in vein to say hut \he Constitution -; |Paper| hniliil5.! a-M palllphlt'tl'

',:.! .h'1I.1! 'I. .ui', .viih-"It brlug: conscious tan! four or five were made on acoou.ii of Durin? the reign of Buonaparti': upon 1 a-i it now stiuds, does not forbiduppoiiiltnents. ttieeI again )Ir. A.i.uns and 3r. ('i'. -t o ;t a I l far

'rj ; they tn dinlf.! :o"g'lt to advance the ( the fcurriloug character n! their! paper, one of t! o5C occasions in trhich h affected 1.I It doe not enjoin tlu'a .I bilmltrt'the.ti'; lUj'ti.. BtH J'Prsss!. .; 4r

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g1ernarlt'tbl1" 1t among the loudeat true I Put capacityS: integrity and fidelity, dent can drspkcc from office a man btoo -bound8 off General J i1cson. fested townrrs him, t" +s's comjLt.-t;: ,

I prters. '>{f refi-n, were sotte who have according to the modern! rule, appear to whose merits require hat he should They may be deluded for a while, lo Incline any public token of :c. ls+r

lately received: appointments: to Irtcr-tire I count for i)0thing, without he all absorbing be continued in it.Vhat will be the but sooner or later their bettor judge sped.-Chronicle.GAZETTE.

I f\ffiC 5. N.iw it nrnt h. admitted that as virtue of fidelity to Pn ftidenl Jack : motives which the President can feel ments will prevail, and then, HENRY -r_,

:I lo tbrm, a most bi\&ntial and valuable son. [TO B& COJWTll't1 Jn.J I for such abuse of his power, ann tho CL \Y will; be called lo that station he ,

!his taken place but I trust thatS'lnetluM' .
re erne i beneficial 1 I. restraints to operate to prevent it1 In : i i: so eminently qualified to fill. Weotho :
noe extensively to From the Lynchburg Virginarl.Power : .- ---- .
the people' at large Was intended by that I of RC:11I0VlZl.-lt will be I the first place, he will beimpeacliH-I noisy denrigogues: : who now surround =

1 sweet pounding wivtl. I know that, at seen hv the eail, ;} agitation of this subject I: hIe by this House, before the Senate, 1 1i I Jackson and compose his cabinet

the! cMMTMcncrmcn', an 1 throughout nearly by such men as Madison, II.mil-1 i for such an act of maladministration : I i shall h.vo been laid aside, and

i tKe whole pro< re>.*, of the I lt' admin- that the removal Burr
ton and others: what was the opinion'entertained ftor I contend, wanton i with Aaron forgotten or despised,
; Constitution ,
trtion, a reform in the was
: .I *..''{. d of so :is to exclude from public I ) Uyihoframersof mir ('"onslittfiion -':'I I lof meritorious officers, would subject -when the pimps and pandeis, of abr

,!!:-. members of Congress 1!';ring{ the i elf die power of the Presidentto 1.I r him to imprachment and removal 1 from i their power shall( have been brushed

11t'I.n.I'4, | f'r whirh tliev were elected, and remove officers. It was by a closo :I his own high trust "* : away, as useless and curiiben some

,,'i"ilf'.1 term beyond them. This I rubbish; his will be
" propos the name mentioned
that this was to Hamilton member
vole power given I Mr. was not a -
t'.m appeared to be receive! with veneration
President, and at :hat time with the of that Congress. But his opinion by every patriottongup.
mi'.cli f f'.irnspcd i the Home of f'F
\\"or, }: ; ,; ,
. .W.1 and with that( hand} of patriots :1
would ,
Jl Hrtire'entttivrs.rQQnn alter session, "tCrft expectation that no President was unequivocally opposed to the light i
*. "i Ub unusual 1 f>' reckless of consequences who have devoted their lives to the Jc.
; ; h'lIJ.ih, and 'oq K''e ever bo found so of the President alone to removr. In Rt t ti.

ami ability: A 'mjority of tint; body si" to remove meritorious No. 77 413, 414 of the Feder- cause of their country, and of civil J ct. A
p. p.
r.c'ndli! i; I" officers to place favorites in alist ale TVl1) '
for v--n time, that there wasU appears following : \\ JCLl' H1n, 1819.
form iill
declared a incubi posterity, more .
Mr. Mndtsoi: expressly - --- ,
htjli ttrnh:.!)iiy: of its ;>ass.gp, at Iranithro's room. ** it has been mentioned as one of
durib'e: titan! mrmum'Jir.s of m.trbleor
that such wanton abuse of I Irite sans r.TO .
power pi
-h that h; uQ;. 111 great champion he I from
the to
advantages expected
it with would the President himself brass. _--: .- .:-=
Gene if\
( Stmth Virgin) prt"j"f.d subject
t-. the co-operation of the Senate, to the No wonder the minions of Audiev
_ resolute pefSf" '-r.1nce. Hut unfortunately: to impeachment and ren&omtlfrom VlU.VVfcVVS.
n! the hst session, after th." decision of !I tiusf. Much reliance business appoinlni'Mits that it would Jackson should stand in fear of such a
'. leis own high .r-.J] H i": )1Ji.t- and r.stabiish.m! of the
Ole Prciiilentia! it was rmnifestt'lat .I' contribute to the stability of the administration. -
question man-Nu wonder tht-y should f fl I
; wns, then placed: in the virtue of the I p"4a 11.i ti IZt'ltt ant) 1"1'.1:1/ -
the kircines3 with which it had been
The of that .
their own msigniriicance and shrink eat v i, oHercii s..l .
j ] received hsd greatly abated. Senate, to check a President, shon.d I I user IMF It is ni-w fivayars J-

\ originally V.-termincd: patron found it cxtrems'ytiirTicjlt '' me countiy ever he cursed uih:! our. hody would bc necessary to displace the comparison of their own unworthiness I + and "n hf!t -iict- tilt; ti. %'sp..per

is well AS to appoint.I A change cf: and thai of their idol at the A'U' rbtablihlut u!.utr its j le-tei'i '''le,
: to e 'fjn e the House consider so t)1lind: duinji I in ihe abuse( of thispower ,
J it. \\''.( II. lIt 1t""J'h he prevailed, by his I have it t lv the chief Magistrate, therefore would bate mention of such a man as and it I IMS beu c'H,;illlly and ste-'d.ly:
as to uttlhisluiigh_ proclaimed +'1HI''a.jn; ,* in vxlut| -, utinl! it has now be-
I 'requeiit find t'\r1c1 app.a!s. tp get it not occasion so violent or so g genend HENRY CL\ Y.
th.it his rmr-e would he to reward ctrnif siiin( :i. nty| pit.utaulr to Se worthy
then flew viwsJ1PI.t.I'Cl1 to have revolution! in the ofUceis of
up theguvernm' -
his friends and) punish his cnt- a ol H''e.itni, Motives v. hoy!! u.ir r., .M It-il
struck the reformists.: It '
'tAi'Ujenly was:
mies mIke the mh of his conduct -nt as might be expected, jf lie The Editor of the Srioto Gazettein with the prixt'jrctt of the *-.t.ibu: :firii ntt
amendment their to ; ,
no longer an ::u eyeequ ,
t thin sole disposer of offices.Where ind'icc the I'fupttetor to Wish to ik- :
were Mr. CLAY'S .DSe
tndi'j'/cngnhlc to the p-irity of o-ir Constitution -the removal from dIke of all wIlt publishing speech,
of 11. \ fUll of ..
it8bitn and
in station hid rxpiise .itiprospvcU
a :ncn; any -
and the!, had -
appeared did nut hail to the Chief no say
cry HID bt g&\ en lo that wishing
to be so resolved to carry it, now, mIller how lonj tried, meritorious, satisfactorily evidence' of his fitness "It is in that strain ofrauk and} manly to pur-'!" ist'oMoMim..

P hy a direct or indirect vat,>, gave it the go hand for ii, a new President would he re- which
faithful, and place in their stead eloquence", so remtikaldy will be given at :any time, to k
That beluvevr.s
hy. jority, I composed str.iincd from attempting a change in characterise the public adrsressrs of suit (tat puicii.isi-r, oel.rttlio: fiiii of Ja-
his boisterous satellites.! II IVAVI'
in part members who, after the ; I
favor of a 1 person more agreeable! to that He has with boldness i.uary next.
j man. a
firth of Mitch last, }give the best prjictiril reason to place tin1 same confidence!
him the apprehension that tIe discountenance I \\ Hasell Hunt.! 4.
by and which
of their bv independence are -
recantation opinion, ace Sfl1aleVIII peculiarly .
in they,
t our present .- -- ,.. .
eel"''"I from the new resident luctitivelappointmei.te regardless of party considerations ,try 01! the Senalo might frustrate I : his own, exposed in their inked -

in iirrct opposition to the the and bring some degree Porlfei'cus.CO4r
redeem the lost character of their attempt! deformity, sone: of the must: prominent G'I/IP
principle of tiieir own amendment. And to of discredit upon himself acts of the and I f ,tviue been removed from tree lIit:. .. of

riot CJon. Smyth would find it even more country, or try to check the President present corrupt i I. P"Si M...ti r at P 'n a'lta! aud n :. t ..... tI

tmnr.u.'icabie to make amongst them. in his; wanton: abuse of power. -- !profligate AdmitiMrHtion, winch must I l I.c, n lit .llfit by liie ojficiitl. Pa ; ti u: fje 0
.. .. Congressional 1 Register, vol. 1, p. &03': the Washington ''l.IIt'r.II
pi* .IJ.'.cr\ tt*: ikc nt:"ro altctrattnvi; \Ve unpc! they will. The followingconauuuir.lliun in.ike principal al'toat jovprnmviH at SYas.inktn ", In

in the Constitution, than lie did lo gain from the BostonCen- -4- like the Horn: n Felix, fear I rcf..li >u to "Ptist-O.S-y Changes':.: -..10icinovai

any to the Lxpositioti! of the Apoc.alpse.Iti : from the .Intericcn Mercury and tremble. If hud he bar brcit made without a I..I e.
.forn, such as .1\.u' ctuit.l t mtt.rest Mjr.i'jlc tinel!, our loadi'rs will find! interesting.POvVKIt It can no longer be concealed; drat ; well cofi3dncd and well aiiihciitirtm.-a"

: people can only take pace in the OF REMOVAL. many of the lollowors of tho Chief to do il, we* 'would place this speech of I tlu.iU it due tu HUB.-If and itiv fii.-udjto ,

; t:;:stitlJtioil, ('' laws or policy ofthe jov- :,.. !Madison's notions on this sub.Jul.Oil t iil' haw bncomo alarmed for the Mr. Cl' ys in ihe hands ofevr-ry- I lat before titein'if muse for w:nich I :. .vc

crn'r.crnt. No: awl then, under e\ err tl.ae liion ofourgovirrnmeni tor in tho Uuiti-d: Slates." been: '? :tied, alt lo show tt> tit -.vilcl
( ortiantz of the administration.This .
I jid'nih'.strat: :'):) and ataftimcsaf.ittec!! !, stability present Ih-tt, atilhou h II.! same paper J-ci.irra
i Jilt of ihe first subjects! that is no surprising, when we .'iM.il liie I'lf-sMri., : hr.n''it erami.irs into
I or incompetent oiact-r'''v oe disCII\'t'a"tcI l, /Y.7j iff Ijjr.chhiKg Vr. iTlinn.
Who until to be clisp1tc.,1 that I caste tip for discussion)i in Congress, consider of what imteinls i: the party all the rrtiurs of lemov.i} with great 31" ;

all G the of the President to remove I Jackson J11'latt'i Spruh.Y regret hut although nil ttii-se d.i.ses. are not teidI
In the Jepatl.-n-nt of vfrn'ien: wis power who at )resent support Andrew! "
II that we have not loom to-d.-y, tor the behrt' tii iYuple nt the
yresinl uores
Hut I UIP action of sucJi: otha Tile Constitn- "
prcsyae: ii t con public! CFS. ", is d. I
igbt or xvroup, compost splendid Speech .ielivcied; by iIr.I J ova)t tt; livci. inadf 'jllln'll j *Udl cause
t>ccjsi"ial! :,'>H:es c'>!i'!.l l !Itrf'? y be t'XI'| ; Linn its"lf, w'uch! was specific ill regard .
Violent and 1 i
fcdt'r.ilis-s fancc
I men aI | as is tvllfi f." l Ii.\ the I'uhlic"tC:
r-d to fulfil thin promise r.f rt-form, whichJiad Cia at Lexington-to his l1t'i ;!ILnr., 1
[n appointments, was silent in regard to low resile! oflire seekers from the I hat thep'ibUrinfs'irst! hal n:>t cnilfdfor.-
::1 i I
ices ao OIt.1"nu.l! I would then acquaintance* and fiiends.) It cannot I
{ removals COJll'riJtlv.-Illasl11l1ch( as a' rfm.val-"t "'.131 in tlip utL i..u..fllu; Itl'be
.k UMI! intended ? Whit republican iilvt: amalgamated : -
wits piny
tlrjor rn .
'I' f.iii, to exalt him in the e31i4nchinorcdtel. .
"i'H i i"ill.i"g ;ii l rticiPMf Ptoli ')':1: r,
flu: of t'e! institution was to he altered j t lhr> coticuiretire of the SMiatevas: I ," in )hopes! of obtaining !ydaces: of of everv tiiiptejuiiiced Afer silo :.t" 1'\1 !f'.e.1 the P.il',.d lof.l.tU
Ifgia Uw rl'pc'c'd! ? what branch of the essential! to the appointment of the administration !
honor and ] Ul'rler111 -
I .
ptofil, lilt' rtrcl nfjir.If
i Drp.iiliurrt '
\ I ;: ] all! HENRY! [ CLAY is i thy mm to i
i sttti?:1 p.thcy of the C"U"II'Yo': ; lobe in )ie iiHl"rIUIIomc' rs, many were of whos-1 only rule of conduct, ;iI s i f I ia.A7 in ihtfi.. -: ;-:>.m;(>"Le "'S:,('.liiil to '
char .d ? The people h.u'c:1 riiit: to | nhi! ,u, the. people mu i too!;, as the .. .
; I opinion! that tho assent of the same I' declared by its oiTicitl ov_-'n, i is, io : H:1li. e IR'r %.I+ .1. I"m. .1.11irll: or
know what intend I [ who u'deum the '
neat bifsiing1 tees only cue can country ,
; I! their I A.vortir-s! 'f r.: I; : >, wilr 1"-9
h; their rUf'r! for then, an I to d<' wand: I tiwwer, was necessary; to reutovnl. '! reward its friends, and punish Vs 'from thr ,'<>n equencf"% of J acksua's I-at't.U I'.i the a,l;i 'lItI1H.'r.1 cf .t Ntw lYstM.i

::.-mc tangible! practicable pood, in lieu '! I. W.iihinqton: v/as the Presidentand !! enemies." A p.irty couiposod] <:f ni.i- I I (.""1' ye.irs''the nIlS'IliP.I ,.:ri het('. i1't r'i

of H tjtntal, \aguc, aulundefined, 1sll r- oven nndnr so pure an executive, the h:rills S') disc irdiut; cannot lung be -! wiil It- sari that I rts::7??
once .)reform. I uhj.',:1 w is rcjjaitied with great anxiej k.lpt tl':etllt'r. General J.t( l;>on may I ; .- tJmtl h,:'e not bet ii TtKioseil.Civto
I % I Hi (jl W
I know that the recent! rem ):!; from Clmress.Vi"1 the HUMS i7."lte say, <' Gfiee.2:141'I'niI.
the first
j ty by ) exert Jnnii.0 If to the utnir, to SlIln.ifJizc i-
oDcc! ae attempted to OK j'lsiilied by a "I of the removal, the Exc- venal Editor know, that some: of the! original anlstcdfast I the pr'i r) ippoirtr: by \f.'. ,
prec lent druwii fr't.li.: .U-irr.sons! : question tiy the press-pay ever) fttppuitn's cf Jen. Jdckson MrHII io ciircri>(t..ii, dot not j ,i.ciiiKtln: yt

a-iinir.iiirjti. But the, --. w.." n.t t'r '\ entire alonf came directly bf!foreConpresi his pi icr hesttnv v.iluiible; officl'', arc exiieinclv dissiti: : >fied, und l it'I110i1esilieut i I t\\ilittrt IPrnmnrcd'atoll! itf tide Citizens: or f

mast .li..t..OI ,n.t'' the i the meirihers were nearly reward rile ti" Iilurio,1.I .
; gy h"'I..foci1 ca- I as a to profligate politici:: ; I
.f.iii i
is |lens from
I not awdr
: will i-i t'ir |last
to .
Sever! jenrs prior to ni? election. thepubl.c fq nl8y: divided. It was contendi-d for hu"kg failed! in being elected tone (> n-fi'r ofthfse ;n 0l
offices uftlll li i-l hen yl 1 r hjoad j i virces that ho ought to rredit, hnjptys tenets, fay-ihat the fact of apP'l 11Cnt

mot 'Xc.III"vt.'lcslllw, l rountry,l ,' ni tin I by tho-u opposed( a l'unstruc.1 hy thw people' 1 :-he may establish !I 1 h-ss iittentionto his I.uuSm' ','SoI1 ihditi I l by 11.1*1..111 .1!I10 have l,>-eulrr-
sf party i
J.ion i of the of icni3\ftl) than i is: an-1 .j"1
1 powor a piosnipiion ( i.lriicp t.) .Tr. Iidtiv of
to which, liu1, at tier ''i,"A Btoc.J, "'11. ipni!erl. \Viiciiheco.iiincrcovl : ; was liahl( to creat abuse ; that it would! 1 per> 'c'ution tow.irds ,iho-, \yo:!: h.iv; I I.thu Tokyr.iih.Voice( !;j :?rtt filiirst 'for fse '1ft:rr, > ; wolt: at f.f

hisHiiininisrttioi, ht f>u"'l acoaipleterj.ompo I II. render o!!n':" entirely d depeiuK'nt on I tit 1 .) indeprndt'r.CL! to l lth.' I t f 'r tliem- I II :j i I 1 ;)Z:pPI' rc'uffimf'.lliHI. to cutlrl, a.} apI;!'. ;
it. until ,
a .1111 t. ti. rontiai show-.i.
!) of then in tinhiul, ol the :ulVcnc i IIP! mill, porhps: the whim n:d ca- .t*!lv ;s- (hive. fiom every pii"Junder : / .. wa
may I j I Tf.at Mi. T.irlirT nirvi.'ih-
; uf !h: I'csy'r.-\VTent net;!" .s: rtiTivrdin
I II- di'.ns-d, t.- i.ir.iun- ; -
a \
party. ; 1-iWil.-\\'uatP\cr tih
ice : ix ,
7)? of! one tho gO'NIItlf"I1f.lilhflll public t : :rii'tne.'l om11' MrJ.pan.mi'l t! nrMr
bi-uta, (lor the ut jc'ro.i'K. the lecont ee.iur! f>r tnLllht'Is! ulI !
piitposi j illK in deiiciiniphs ho placed in the UlnrfM.i servants "the heisos of tw> v.\-r,Man. bury was wrl! .\\. ,
their places oilu-r IIf his)'\n !p:riv :md I tIC: LeJisidiui i '; fin; I ihe elfin i! of Boston rt..lx S lit if!, OtHl'e
pllbll 1..r":1. pr.-a
till I.t i IHi:1a Slat .: ,istntte, tli'n at the head of lie .! pi"ice ill their stead the upstarts the r e
d.mlttg t-q ju-jtir.e to s -CI; i Colonel George Cl.ike, ifjn'jvtd I Asiil here in furtiirr; n-fviv to ti4 r

---..r. tlc! iiunitter' of re'nvafias fir sh.nl! idJito !!I! (;U1't'rnlriEOt, equal' I c.onfi.!ienco could I J of a d'iv. h.tvii'g)! no cl.ims; ujon the. j U. S. Di-itiict A :Ior.\-.., and the ve- cbj-oiioi, I may a-k. what: rrC'llOml'llIlj.n

.r .wh.eh lire iiovv iii j l'I'U itts<. \Viic"iJackion I[ not he expected :in his successors : 1 public! confidence, or upon the patronace -!,i; nentble! Major Melville, the nmvvtfJN'al lid fii' ue<.!t.y "pp inle( Post :M.,rr '.*!"' r / t

Pa'eYident ectercdou his ad'iiirihi and llui the cuncurtcnco. of that Senate of the government, except; I nni'I IlHil.v!. It iswi-r llU1H''hrrt'r" -

i r"tO'! !, t''tn'l n fir ddhr'ntotHc: of I W.1CIi necessary and proper il. fur their low and vulgar! abuse of the i.\ OrTicer, have hen cJ.osen b\ -x"I'Jlt tiip ai! !iiffl''i iiit o"f of hat i.it' i.- n

things. 'n t"+e had be'en no previous tno'i- the POOJU. as their i\:'l'resclIl;;tiv..s.Gell. !> Piiiitin Pit,""' of ll><> firm ref H.i! .tl",
tlr'retOvalas in he appointment of administration! and
om'y.; Public t-mcci were alike ii.led I j late sycophantic Dearborn, the rtrnjved Collector I KiiztwiT'iM', Ptifi! h"rs of the 'iilsh\llI. :c.

: by :ii>- fticiuls anti opponents in the Lite; oftir.frs, &.C.I aduhlion of the 'hero :'-We say, he of Boston, has been elected to the 1'ujri" ai I'. the tt'a.li) J-tCk.l1)1I I' 'p"r of I:!

i j-:k'ction.; if the tart could! be .scc; rained, I On the other: h-ind, it was urged ; may inward his friends, and t this punish Legislature from the town I X"",'! I will s R v nuthinir fIr iii- I1I'rits'lr
1 J h li'v e it would be fun--! teat there! that: i.; c<'nefal", the construction: oft!he I:; enemies" to the fZtemof his power 1 I'mrri-lhllt lieiie a qur-stion sub UI "llh '
; I of Roxbury. Joseph! E. Spraguo Esq. I those tt I ho appoints! l.im.H'niihore w'4..
Wty a larger number I. uffict'8, un i-rthe constitution oujjlil t Iu bo left with ihe but composed of such materials ;ut
"uvt'timcKt, attached! than opposed to his a party the removed POStrlFI :Vr ,,It Salem hd- !It' !> -n.fiilr.l.'r l iniuifd l,_, his corilift t't:1
ale election. i iI Judci'rrv: ; hut I tiH; in thi ('rlse, it ought cannot long be kept together. been elected lo the SeiMit( I'),fist ; for thc saUt! of the :f.sttrr. Iash; he

I. to be (N-fi with the Presid nt.-!Much Those who leave been deceivedinto I f.THV 4V| well }

Ftirther.it In the the cise of Mr. JcfTersonVflection ot 'h" : trrrs was also laid upon the supposed support of he! pieseit administration Bali. Pat. I.! I.i. frly| ra the |pI, a Char? [ had r.i inc!_

MBS consequence and it admitted -- | ir t nel'-:sarV t t'i me to I'. 'ficfo'o the
people having determined un a ra'.li"al virtue Hf a President, was i (:iuJ their number is not I rirctifnst.njcpn .
Alt.xarrla Graham, of Eastcn, Public gnmi' of mp.ivav
change of systCT*. Therd was x trenerni ; tint if he were disposed to small,) will abandon it as soon as they Md. his been removed hunt the Po.-! i; :ml; r. n'htch.i'l I iflme! .s liriflv 14nsctAle.In ;_

heh! among the m''jontv. who hrl't abuuC 1 :kIII-W! me power, ..is! would grow out have witnessed; : the effects of the reform !! p tie! f.l! of |I'.sr yrar 1':1,

tint event diet the.r f pp"nents hail vine : of it. The question wis finally dcciled and the s}stem of persecution Office in tia! : towi' aii'i I I. D. Green, :i imliKVti to It.lifvp th:" it ''OIl! J ht f-.r nv

J 14i. d the con-.titution/in the enactment of editor of tlll IVhig appointed in lJitpl.Itf'GI.th,11JI intfiest to remove fc.un p iK rol! 'j.{ :
in the Hoti o, in favor of the.President's which is now in operation. Thuse! I ;*-pr >\ p
the ticn and sedition laws ; tat! they had : was nppuinted.ta tilt i.-d I roulii dtst;>"5P of tny.F.irtti.ri! i IHttkhi -

cum' >ttfd other great abuses ; and tl >it solo power In remove, byn I office seekers, who! with high expec- office ft.>m which he has been removed bi': hm"l1l to n.lvaeta: '!e ; h'l" ptrwi..uc ruI

some of them contemplated an ei.tirechnnjje'n'.he I majorily of only ttsclve. in the : t.itions, joined in the shout tlf "luira' In Mr. M'Le.ia, at the solicitation i- i| : ; thin stop, I uas anxious if [>...sii.Vi ''

character ofour sovernrn'-nt, ; Seuatche vole was still closer : that fur J.ickson," (and they cou&tituto a i tu |..i.ciir.' f.,- niy Sri.llii-r-in-'ii'.v th.-> Ooi

&o as to g.ve it a inoiurchieal l cast. I HUI I hody was equally divided, and I the majority lIf the party in this qua It"') of'tiiu citizens ol'tha; town and t! of Po-" Masi'"r li'Ti1, the profitfc of wluch.h! ?

the i.i,'urical fact, witiiuut intending tllI Vico President surrounding country*, wjliuut regard being an unmarried inn are sufTii;"-ni in
vote of the t found themselves not uhhiu; I
rt- revive 'he discussion or cieeminjf it necessary casting having to party iVvIincs! anJ discharoed the) nfford him a comfortah1! 5'IP1'O.t.:1'

to :sn-nme whither such a design was in accordance' with the other the reach of reform,," will with the duties of iiis attire to tilt entire itis-; i wii-h! I lielirveri; would! !jirob.ihly lereafffr .

exibted or not. But iue! who, at that House.Pilkh's. same feelings join an? other pai: t inrrpaftp a< fast ns ar.y future cl-Hi-" in I-is
faction o1'the I.ile: ahlp head of the l :
d.l)'. disbelieve; it, could! hardly be expect ; History of the United : that may; arise, while the fence men I sifuntion and wants mi ht Iequire. Mr.T. .
'd to tiiesce the their doprjrturjtit-!hut ho w.ts guilty t uf the ;'r.!liff i1V.!!5 Known to the Cii:,'IH <,fPprKacoln
t Hr [ in [ios Stall- says will find m'Juut.in -
J- p. no difftVuhy in ag I
r.ppo'ients, the 'nlIol'i.y of the nAtion, of ill uf jHeferiieg Mr. Adams lo Gen. -is a :> (':11C''nII..ru of J prrI -

; IIP( Yt,14f:4ty'M ,lx aU hl" otSces o'a }jo\cninicnt, to which' "With respect to removals from I j the topmost rail, lo be ready tu Jackson fur tire Presidency, and consequently I iVrtlr irrpproatl.a'ife! morwl Iinhits-has ij

whim unwor- dismount and victorious never entered t''e (;.+ illgi"a IIOU P of PI-H-
i Some oftUern were jeliev r 'in principle re object of Mr. JeftVrsonVim thy motives, it was alleged that sufficient 7'he- alarm and uneasiness manifested punished saci.lj, nor been a t'teyantcr| of i itn Gra"-
shops atilt when I-U fiieods shall 1 it" ,
; CO"
tu break town pre-ex'ijtin: ,; monopoly cI"'klwcre provided ay-iinst by a portion of Jackson editors, irlir/1 tn i.lmif that; hI' h.1. 1\I"'n dclil-u'll,'. 4-'
in the hands of one patty, and establish such abuse of the that do feel 1 -
wanton convinces not
powrr. us they I lii fid ;intcntiunnllif'ilru'iik tiiev wnl1! ,'f'4.,;
lev/her in
vi equilibrium between the two gre.tt; That principal if not the only inducement i! that security which another pOI tlonI John Craig, formerly a t !I to .t..fd! !hit appointment aa P<,$! :Misr .' F
part:ies. The object of President J ackym I Baltimore, has heen appointed Superintendent I He'iI' ,
for the rem"'ulof a meritorious in cloud intimately arq"aill'i i11! hc
appears to be tt, destroy an existingequilibrium pretend to. They see every or the Patent Office in
7: I I I r'.utinp of the huoiiu'sn' of she oflire. lriv>T'j
between the tw-. tot officer, would be In place und hear in every breeze something -
parties II the placoof Dr. Jones, removed. '>'{Uteil me during the! tt bole time 1 l.vflirld
tl.-- lute contest, and to establish\ a mono- I some favorite in his room. The Pre- I I that portends Irvin to their Bait. Pat. i if ; ai-d ''s:int\l.hl. And rrcoinmeiiHH -

: po-y Tke objrct hI President Jefferson sident indeed!, might remove, luit he i I i schemes and hopes.t The n.imt of I !i"ns in his l r-ilf| &nti.r ictorv to Mr.McT M

r- tv.\- the Republic and not Inmoelf., That could not supply tl.ie vacancy without HENRY CLAY apie.tis; ; to haunt; their .P3i. hVil111 "!' ntl'*"rd. hi u.'t'4 ipI -
o4 I' tsijtiit J.cksoH &is hnnsclt .aad not the Baltimore June 12th. I
4F. )
nomination : pointed t P.I l !hastier, aril t wi rlil'pt'lp,1 toe
tb ofthe Sen.ite. disturbed and rise like
ass nt : imaginations, I r
; Bute. I I John Quincy Ad.nnsihe late PIP- Helivpr him the oftfre :17 & mil as J-ij '-f-nfi
; 'il successor, would 'licit inquiry I I a ghost before them at every turn. [ *as signed and forwarded and l th" :
: _, It never was advanced under Mr. Jef- sident,) accompanied by his sun, \lr. rrgni:1C
t fe son'a Jiclm niitra'. .m. tbat devotion and I in that; body, and produce a rejection !!! And well it may ;-they have pursued John Adams, arrived in our city .i j oath taken or to rpl'iin possession; until i.-:

l l' : detachment to him were an indispensable; \ of the favorite; nominated to fill ,r i him with slanders most foul, and and wiIJlea"'I' here ibis yesterday received his coinmisspp. as ,<*Rt uili'ft! out. A't'
morning selves' Mr. TardifT
- J qu.iiilicHtion without which no one could tho vacancy. I I persecutions that would disgrace the nppumrmrct WHJ
I hi the Citizens' Lnte for Philadelphia dated 25th ec.emhpi-Itll.t I hJlllv ;.if-or
e ho'.1 l or -Appointed to offices. Theco'r It was; also stated by some members i most barbarians. One of '
,,I savage his IK' rerei\-p,1 the f.folIoNviu! lettT (roUl :M.,
on to Quincy.
t : .si between the inaugural! speech of way
Mr. Lawrenceand recommends in the
particularly by j I their editors true I McLean. t
I cairies with him his retirement the
d.=' rent ntftit, and that of Ins presentuccri to
f g AU. Madison, that for such wau- !I spirit of tlitt party, "to pursue him, ""-ash.III"n, lOtli January 13-13. !,
![ "<.r. was -markalle in every re- I I fond aspirations of 1t1"lot banns fur I
t p unit Ht SIR.-f have rpepntlv :1I'l'plprl't1.h
abuse of the President let him find this ;
ton a testing place on
a Mr Jefferson's breathed a spirit of !power
cpect. nix he.dih and happiness : and the .lIillIalj"n of Post Master Perwirolii, :n 4}
, peace. It breathed a spirit ef calm phiJUlophy himself would be liable to impeach-. side of the grave ;" and every member gratitude of his for those I appointed l your Sur3or.. Your Suf-re--i.>r, J t

\ and dignified tmxlrration. It I ment and removal from office. of tho clan from Jackson their head, countrymen I hope| will he f UTK! "owl't'I'nt1)11 f iitlifu1. l.i" '
splendid services hy which he has Elevated I caunM f fin-hear .f the-
irejiteil the nation as one family. \\e I an axprriwion "c n.r. nr
down the humble scribblers of the
. U If the President aid Mr. Law-I'I to low of lwervft-8of! of la1.-:
'.are an Republicans, ail Federalists." Ilcontained tint reputation of the nation at | + a ?eteman your
+ Times modest democrats have cnlli and worth. It will a'l'! times font ,
his will he : ( J a;
i.u deiiuncia'ionu : no myst(rs- rAncef"abuse trust, escape home and) abroad.; I
i lent their aid to Ibis fiend-like me pleaatinMo pronnte jour wigite; ail Jo
('ts or a.nbijiiou3 Un"'uajje ; no reSt'c' the popular censure, when the period carry Mr. Adams was waited upon by a justice to your nrt-rlts.

t t'on; upon the Cundurt of hi_ get nt iiv.il 'v'iif-li terminates his elevation ar- :: proposition, into effect,-and yet number of our citizens, who desired "With ere It respect

and imn -J late 'tfececElnr. \\'i..lt' fate I HENRY CLAY suivives their malice JOHNiMcLEAN..
|prc 'r,1 liable! imi
.. I Aud would he be. to that he might remain a day or two for
Character -J the ji.aiinural spet(;il "t ifieCliu 1. I and their \ViI. II. UUVT K. *'
!' IrllCllt f t hvioltr'ltt' I shall .n .11- i i-> -i+' hment for displacing a worthy I power. the purpose of receiving the civilities q-iire.

en-pt to sketch. Mr. Jefferson 'ijoniJii "i.t 1 .ihle man, who enjoyed tho conI The people of this country, will of his friend : such, however, were Shortly after the receipt of this l-'g''U''

solemn occasion of hii iti'-t-a'tr-on' I Iriice ofthe 1. and flatter ing letter, dl fn.tst.anr's of a priyaleI
people! not tamely stand idle, and see one of his previous arrangements peculiir ,
iiiiturc induced II1IP ti) drifrntine to ''I".till

Into tn- t office*0 -ffice., \d! do\n''Is he his honesi rule fr; an ii !;i joint- CHi "The danger, then, Mr. Madison the brightest ornameuts of this or uuy circumstances, (hit whilst he acknowledged I I| [lerr.ianeiitly in Pet.sicola! ; which 1tfi.atcly 'UII:l: a

P. tll" i* he Cuthful to We ctstt,1tatfJntn! :I I obs! i-rvod," consists iu this: the Pre i- i,otb ev QG&i bunted dawn t tr iho the lund feeling, ntaniEiiiEi ccjnn auica e\I io :\1.. tiff. .eat, stiff






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. ..r -. .. "rI'T:> ltr -V. '*,: I--.V. pc.o,:..a :.nj ,(arcIi? ar.on H;, 'IC'"J t1T1 'bet' I''rcce'eJ a targe quantity( of 'upt"liu9 rro has been Jes'tgcatotT as the caw \ViUian Edcx S. D. ZflogE

-: !t...; (Ir.: .- a : "ir.n.T' li..mW. !.(>L4c. I'he Oncers and) crrw arc ii; < x fro.R (i .lllip'/tl! !i, -inii will soon sot nut Consul for New Orleans. Charles littery 5.

i.ui Ht ,' ..' :" --l" "'"I'toM''"' Ct.ller>t hearth! &, I.ieut. Young who,elf.- : fer AjJnnnoplc.-10,000 Alia
. :It's A letter from SmyrniVpril: 4, rc- F.- Doctor Fandy Betsey Frozie
: .i'I: : h; kH. br'en !o sh itten d as to ri quire amput
?"fI.I"I' .tt. : are on their way to rcinforco Kusclwk. fpived HI Boston The Russians Janus 11!. 4 John B.FoulU .
7h.1.. .*." .'1.1 u' i .,r. """ 11I S' lItn !->tim ( both l of tie'nwas! Wt ".t Havani, $-i\s Forsyth ,

..., 0,.->MC'rr 'If ...1.'"''' ':'};'''- ; :1I'd! whui tt.'.; very well, and expccud toon to : !I have taken possession; : of Missevri -

.: J.1r"n V ..tet....,\.d ht.n.. .V!!r. rtt1: U > etvbsix tot i!!e U States. All tlm European squadron in the ;i, to the N. and Sizboli to he S. G.-Governor of Florida, Caleb '

... ';I.ri..i':: I--I l 1).1 tfpl f '\i. .d'J. nor On the tnornivpftlrtt the Hornet 'Bailed Mediterranean (particularly the British ofBourgas, and arc fortifying both ,Godley, Cflestine Gonzales, Jabe j .
'\ re'. So \ -..t' r I .:rS ; M"n-F Wa- con.
' | .i'. I 1":0"> i' '( a Sq-ix.iron ;>Ji"Sl hostile attitude *
) arc a I S. .
assuming places. Oiiggs 3.
'. .-,-4i i of ."t. Uiir* '" ..'|'>iniir. iit. I '<:,- M'.UM..- ot rnc ? '"-p cf"t!: 1jn,". two 44 .
candid rarnt olf.t I Schooners The Russian commander sent to -- _G James Griffin. i.
.h "..1 :tn.. : sing H gUn rn ites. two Bri.a. two -
i..i -g.j.ig-i rt uf tn; ,"' ptivHt- tf.iirs j fi seven Transports with an Army ofSOOU the Turkish chieftain to know on what UIED.-In tlamilto.,, )HuMer co. Ohio. II.-J. D. Hill, Madame Hubbell, f

_,.,.,-lo-ii.s ..cpif uf S (firtal fl .iti, i i'g 'Il"r- men 6 1c.t. tronn Sav3natheir! initln terms he would, surrender. 1 am on Thursday, the lth Miy, Capt. JontCLKTES J. B. Hutt. i-

,.i. 1 1u4d 'P.iH.1 humAli. M L'-an. ns tie! C'Oist ot Mesicn.: VeraC'nx isthe piiceuliere not Jus-sujf Pacha said the noblebarburi.tn"I STMMS. extensively known us John Hamilton 4, Edwin J. 11. .
.'l. ti"ii'.-:'piiur.irgr the author of the theory of Open Poles and
*.dl i a- hi. -i ierpmm4 it 'I is supposed the will make their ,
have 3SJ cannon: and haven John Heckle Chas. IIC.rwood
"ir tlai I Mr. T:\II 1l' lin t n.ver i>iV.. ij po!- dt 1 s cnt. 'I ho Ar.nv is conirnandeU bjnl. Concentric Spheres. CATJI. Syairaea was ,. -:

ar".i' n ft ltu' iTico( act] I "Ijlh"I! tins; -.nI to : (;<- ns.lns, the Squaunm by Admiral i 12,000 men, and so long as [ have a A native (if New Jersey, but emigrated atin Gctrge Mason flo t.

cmml;* ". To thu !iettti Mi.TatiJ and provisions \ need not curly to the Western He ; J.-John 9 Rosannq L
fr'I. "% I.It' 1: I.thorde-It is cun}:. I lured that Mexican;: : Cirnvjti you age country. Intiezeruy ,
j IV .;'t..rl>.d I.; n.rvui :.u.1 a|': iIii. Patriots: : hdcill. lilgi dfKc s are prepared hop*." was attached tn the Army of the United Iru'in. W
., d i i.q ;\' "'' ,'nr .
t, j- ::: J to n ct-ive t&io&! .-s 'itieiiJ RUSSIA AND ENGLIiD.t appears years during !, William II. j.zznskr.cp.J.Strah .
HVi( .T-l.SrjO. the Kite u-.IT dis'unfjuithrd himself tI) the '
\Vni'.r.T.iv. have been fjtiMts'.ird by I
to be almost crrtain: 'hat thou: < I J nckson 2Mr. Johnigan..
'.n.. r- v -I I .!... '. t" rii'vl 1 .i.i-i II > M-iiir; both rnniTiaiidir.g Otfi-ers to be distributed NorlhTt. friMititT l bv hU coolness anti intrepidity. I

q-..s': :. I'lr ..'..1.-1. 'II' ..r, "..1 r"If'r- through : : ', oiTeiii'g! oblivion for 1 powers have given reciprocally their He Mi>tained through hie, the 1 f Rachel I Johnson, Chirles Jones .cd
;ill! tr.i.,:,<., .;,! "f .t"r' '. :)t-i!) alii I !,, 'i r- I. to re'tain 80.i i ultimatum' with regard to Turkty.Eng1tnd character: : cf an aatiable and exemplary I i: Joseph Ruby. 'w
.. will!I tlipirS in power
,'.. 11'.I.'t \I t d.'( ; !L. S I' r mr
rar tla1.; .'<" '.1' .J..,:.,; t t hi' I""" t .: :. :'t t"'I1 aril on .n ctjii-dlilv ot rights, &c. 4ic. Sts. wuhes for peace, but she is nan and died willi religions. coatpusure I:r Thornton A. Jenkins.

_. a. rfuii.1 Death (,'en. rar6ojtJ.-The Cos- !I iit.
'Ir.'Iti.e and Doctor Aya! of
"I* t 'f't'l.] I ili--i.a.k a with Russia hive assumed a character L.J..pvIson Allen Lightfoot,
e*\'. :l'l .-. iriJlilT.JB i'f bJ '
ton the
died ititeczicc
l.ad ivci-iitir papers iug; : ol' '
njtrJ. t.Ir of aniimsity: demands ronces- : Peter \\ Liltlepnge. lit
I The llonut bis boarded, during her death of General
: (.'t.v.. f''':. '[ of! sioiK which, neither is .ji>,)osed to Major Henry Dtr I j Jm.1fsl.. LaTdmr 2. 11,". K. fatz-'
rni.zj'i! !t \y.fit's.d.:', eighty-eight I
\ B.\RIY.! born at the residence of Ins in
H j ... ';tCit; btiotrtrd to the U. butea. Iflflki. I I i is !i" longer a mystery that son .:1BJ II H E, i tt011.JllrIIi"' oo Saturdty mum
'V/M. n.1" q. have ,
'i yrr.t ;.1 I :>-vi 1 English officers btgiton 2, Ebenezcr I.uise 2.M.Ge"mge p
l .v'ii' Mr. 1'itji- DiCi'TJ.UW unders'Jtnd th.tt: J. D.Wrttiitrnj lUg last, .igd 78 years and three
T! < t run' :! until > t' .1t pa)1"! t tln' East, uithout any MrDermit, Daniel i
..1. .. r tf.t 1".11' 14L ( .-t',. i'J cZLUtI1tTi1r.ars.zt : llsq.: a Mtrcluiit of Mooile 'I' months. Halt; ftizctte, 13/* June.ol" .
( Pl (%IIIIId, njdHi\bjf 1 : with the secret ijuicot ._ MrLe 2, Jamrs Mallet 2, Emily lr-
1..1'11 It. t oit-rbnur.l ill his sleep from - -- -.- ---- -- -
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i',. ... ,I '.' j' .,:::.;:I.! /.:/ It t I'CJ : J.1i"' (%!iv u' tlte Mobile *m.i New Orleans pack 111)11 i:.e goveriifnent. this en CuRl n r t.f "J \ f -: I j i iMc'lett. Thomas More, Wm. MOP ''II"

"'. ;s : '. si .cr III;-ii tfJdi.11I1'(1 l I.; \ i-t', aiidwas drowned.i'C stance i is te! siiiijpct of genera? con- : :" J-I 'J .. ton jr, C.lpt.1urlay.. Sarah Murray* \

}... _:,. J. : ... 'I :" ri.p. '1.c1 pros ..: I.) O;! !; I vi .ition.. WP gather: this informati ---- ---- I II Iarianne! (Ne TfJ. t itbre)

'. .'.' .. .' f\ 'lie Ml. t "-t i>. '.It i is t"I..J I \H\'l '
1a"I Naii nHl Journal l"'a\
1"1"l ; '* ; < says n fio'n! the Paris Coaslit'itionel \. Jti/m McDonald, John ThomrrS
: : ..>:..1!. !i :t I ,:..1IIf.at'l u .>i itici' lifiuu. tt-e Amtriczn. (,f Proidpnce. RI'4! I I _' __
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j'll ilirLIIlghlZri /). II. Matkey. J. IT. I"
:; ." f> .v. 1'1111f'! l n..1 : I't >: .r:! :I.M. 1'I.II(1. that the "Patriot" of that S'atc bad p- VEt). ,

-' iII l..v a i .,;it 4' of in* ili.inis".i! I l'een uon (>vet to live Jncks n cause hy Ihp! POIt-nTr\f.-.Tlu' London Chronicle JIll! ;.';:.-Pil"t lioat H. V. Ctia.nberK.NTLIILD. Aau1sF.g, Iticharil A. Monroe, Davit -

.: t '', .i-j it f) is.i* r-iiuiul. i.an 'hul1..lI. continuation of the publication I of fixLswg I of May 5lli'! confirms thr previous lauii. t1 U'I'. ;'L.bi i it... i II. Morgan, l/enryW. Morris 4. 'ib

n-. l i.' III.tllf'r} I Ii J It. IiO' 1/1 <'ii in I It.t of the Untied Siatej ihf rf : 1 I
vU' jienatirn\ I statement that: Doa: Mi !'ie| is to h IwtI"lfli.,1 :.-J.irob ..tJu1.n, N' irant.O. .
n-tn 'vnl! !r( n.M.Kv O- ("' 7 otl.lVI''I'I I wln.h am."tip'H to iiSmt! $ 1O') pei JMi'i'in.V J .t",. h-SpIIIi1P1| I i-r. Merced. AmI ,. r1
'. .. I! from his i Iii!one: ty .- Officer commanding Cantone
f. usiirp'Mj .
; : "'.'MI -lit tl..d i: t.as I.t' 1 I \ ,* h'.roreroT! : >e ttiie mttH'1I trn.i I 10. I II lav.i'i ,. f' ;;'>. FMHI I" J. dr 1.& R'ttR

(-,4M... a, i. ;."..\ t'r I.. rw P'lbI'i'tll..1t' ; ill t'.i* "t.it f"iitetjt i as we siyiild iiuleti! I die (; IItt; rIircan.; Poves.SPMT I A.-- ? :n"I'| Uui.i'rjan. b,,H.!, .'-!.- .ou:i. : tn 'nt 3(1u1..J.Vaher .I II. Olcott \j.

;.** If.(1 r. T'\.cii\f' l., .I1..th. t ... I It..it |, l I"1:1Ii u' fi ur for lio Rrp'ib'ic.' I tfth' r.iitirt.e i| -'V letter from M.idri.l:: of "IIIC". 81.,1.! I. Tlion'as Orman 2, Wrlliam S. B .

." I ,.1' UH' rt'Ii'IIS: -.. .II t. I .;;ill I Ir. < : <: ..'tli- pu'f'ic pifi-ifs aic to be linisjli I. April L'Jil. states' that Sp mi i h'is dtU.Tiniiu i I 91.'j l! '..', c..a.5'.1'I. :si ." (.r .' o ..n.I .

."' (': HH' (..!:,& !:' .I I t I.." lt1.WII.; w"I $1 I .-11 < I..nl iuli'. I IS. ',: I. Ca K. .J. ( s'. S. BI'
'i\\I' .--.t I tf, ,\1 -. :\ICO I ::IIK. t-i, > i, $I. I. In- 'illlam Old*iion.P. .
: i 1,1" i ini it''tI rrronq .
.1"U':41 ",e ; .U4' of II, rf'a.f''t 111' ".' 'I: !c ". rl>r"f f''i: ;," j17.'. Jourii'lt I I MCI..lit; Il.tii.f4: :-rC.t..J.H..IH. J :M

.f .". ,.I1tr', in"'f'.1! ft 1"1:. c il.t, I If I ILi" I lie .'I'. HM i-iliiiiied to in tin- h.l- and that an cxpti'litina; is to siil f fiomilavii I 1"i: \iu .r" The Main .i! li !,...xsI .- Pi ( sidrnift de la Congrogaciotide .

'l: '. '/1 7 1t,! r.1'! ./J a' !:I'/f. ( (III t'I.' I'r..i.; I '''' |,,1 j'< iii]| 1: 'jtrjt Ol"the! lOt I',7 riot I I ; ; ju-xt O c'.ier cr November.from ;I ol r. |pt' ".al Pi inn. h IOlIt.'r.III, to vH.. I C.ttolicos.FrHiiciseo; : Palmes, Ber-
.i..I.. ('....'1 HI I It 1 h. 4S i.\ tit!I'l I IC..J" .'!>o\o U-'nti ''"01(, .11" is tllI.: \ un Eleventh I tfcV:falliI "a './ .':':c ClrATlu ;; sell I ijniit. 'lardo: P;ugi ", F. Pasquire, James

1"1 ITI, s .1I .1\ '.1,1 \\dl **>.'i it "i.1! :i /i'r ".'rl"-'!': nt"1 s. Tin I Ii I I .i.I. 6'in. C..ro, itt Oilcans. :
U Erie. Afust-
i Ship CHOI net. an4linifd PiJ'.If-'t.! >M, P. Perkir.H, Julius Pesray.TLimas W
.udt i.d.he-1:! am ,:" ,11:1.r'II' "tur A .imf".t-Mr. BITCH. I II 'i .'
f' .il'l >(ttr / in I H I imi'ton Ito.ids vest"td.. 1'nHi l.'t 1 C-l go tn ( ti"I.
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Tn (vor\ jwrn') :H'.I\! \ i'j. ,1.\' ;l-Ut.-.r: ot t!lv.' L'"JX I-Und i'.ilivit.I ; !hii1l <: lr.mI I Ii I I i i.' i> fiotn PeiiSHCo|it, uir- >.1 -- SHI Siilr '..1'lIt; ., of tf>.. I'u-MMfi-i i.Ia: !il'rr.mt i :; ..iIfI'l I Ii .. cf the Customs for I'liUinger Robtrt Pattcnger 2 Cm
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t S\ I i |' an n'>;: on tltf :2d ius:. tuucliaig al' I'ortuj.'a. o.i \t.i. ; 1.1111'. A.i-lIrrl.1 <...r :. U:tier. : ,
p cif'cii-'J l'Mi. M' Lc-n- ii i 0'1 i! j!! t.e! 'I'>' yf NVw VOI'K." I \\ K y. l LL\HI.I! uitnatus; Pry or.R. .

hnf '. thm if"- .:ii ':... H' ''I ;" :!!' j --- I Com. ll->iJ4"is: .UK! ct,!! 1.. 'I nH.vi.ivi! I \ JII''ij S'/: S.p j Husn, S.u.u.; ::. .-Anioiiio Rter.i, DanielV.. tT.t
":.er Mn"t."r at an Ot'ire bil.l t i I'-I; iKi'ntiiii t"\1 1 I Jitll />irr;% .' /;::/ Cc't. Call.-Qnrrf P"i.a4 .,!. | Oi I4'iL&I. n.last!
weieori I' si-it to t: PIIjI'iiarhii "
;t P"ti!1ro!'. ;tIt tV i>" innii* ( ttnfini ti| "it"ts will! n>Cntt1'I! SM! t tli r..nl.II"n! I I 'i MiTCi-.l R.uUtt 2, J.)Im Russell, Juan tic 1 UIttiH
,! i Sl'Uiiohl'hr. ) "ie.II .
!;.t v i'i.: rc-lnfu.- tlu1 select >n A-ni-o. \' Or1 -
'o il'." 1.1P'f' r('.'*'!'"f K "I 1 illotiKiuti.fM; ul" iitani ] .\ ll"-; tL nipan' Tt in"f! } l rl'i! ;' tVlnn.v. : 'I of;i "ifq. f fir -i >. I.\-' I'ai.i. 5: !'t' irtisrned in 1 II i.-.ius. ll.-.l.ist! :.Muy] i'vdt !

11'\ : IHII""r. ItI.tll. .:Lz "U: 'l".rtpll.I:.. I .. tifen .'i'rttiv. at is.".- .i. n.! cI'7.'Ct 'I! II tfiir! l>t.. h"II.1 i J 1&l1lh.tI."I.! I E'; ".Ir- S.\1! LED.jLry 'I'lttt.na IfattiUl, John I,. Keancyt
LI.E'I ,-G1--i if t IK* ilii.-s I.i. ,luiy I'uittifuUv I "f tie I'i" !' *.! wb'Mi 'IPtp .
'be Know )
I s,'r of I'M- P..I S(.if-"". aU ) C.t tfl"lc'g Ih.-Brig \\ .lld".. ,iar. MPII .!.j'- 7'hunai W. Robinson. .
!.' '.u> m'tc" m.! ? t.1 .1.! .. To *.tio-v a .. : : ,
3ml ,
H. :
I I V.
I -i i" tr |>ic.C. <>* Ci.ani-ierlain. B. lOl ( S D. Jo
thai I 1 have c vuiMii iction: uu that: ..cortpv \ I, tl.H' ;.f .' as eit::!.d A, r.n .l ttorrt. I .1111..i., 5-:" I'l.-n C.K-ial.a been
1 t'tc' (UI4: ir.r ; I : III }>t>h.if| 4-1 the CI.'ifOHi, -..' !.Illl1 I El./.u A. >!inmou3, Andrew Pickens
!3/t. i
: Ii U'lliiira!
p.t.! ( t.j eit .1i rt'I t'.e M ival I FDITI<; i.tI I r. Oflixiiii: Matk, ,

J".Tr,'(! Jr" :. .'L',. fro r. ti.s'ttufg .. !'u.: .1ZVf" fI'J I'lOM'ia! as.t :in sppo; ";ti-K I.. I'I" Coviimrnt. j I tl.s- I ">.ii sl! .-. 'if't '" on tie: ro.nt of( Ci :17.J: IlL I! \1"1111' lltI.111I... lt... I Simpson, L. R. Simpson, Thomas
Tl fol.i'i! "' i\1 (.ii-rrii's i iTi I ,
,y-.1' ';"'/n cJPVj.l' Oct. \8 '.- I /e 011\ !i I the 1 ;j.1 i. i.! '..j"n'' !.:-'lili-.i.,i : .. I hi> ii'iutJ3 Ij -. -- ---- .Sir.inbi'rm'r: A mislead! Smith, Wit-
; lli' -i.I.| /M-! -
>|I-'R|I'.ii. fixes tr-l'-i IMI r. : '. ;-
u' C.il-/lf'rall'.1 icter 'P h ''ili pIPiUP.! : :1:111"-1" :' j t_? !i"iii G. StiMis, Sione & Nesbett ir..V.
.. men and pl-'r i: **" Gtir.i .! ( .t: t.;) .: ; ." \) \ 1 13 .
And I Irt.r 'L} i.h.i'.e! : .i
t. IIu. v:.iij'- *' Sii tin' iivitrip ; hi1* ;- '|i T'- ii. .1-0 ifj>c.c- s; re- G. C. Join SmitH
.'ji i u'.u'y' r"j'J; ; l t.,.- :" a .:l"n''f'.IJ"tj I -'ly.I'f"! :ifl'aLi >n. 'jfii'.J coniji .'I."'" 'I. % I- thi-: !.r.i.id.: :: :\tl I j :.iN Kl--ction wiJ;!) h<- I'tl'I.ll! thC-.ur'iwi FhutghUr,
..., M-itfi i ... ') \oi tliat 'J'i.f1/,- .:/. Gf1Ir.l.--\\-e : oiiro. 1\ W. C. XjwcrrZ.
14>- "Mjt of; ;:I -i \ fjy >'>T.t. tat: tli- L..iv'Cnm'O'Clfi l : P.irter, house in theC.tvo IVn jooLt 01- 12, .
srp' r.,;..f' "'.- *,:.i'.a! :I.la olliie .', "I..i i I!1" s'uce, :;:) ".I..i.. .( ii'< ; -lid; l VII 'I iiJ. J'r".i''llr.! a'IIIa wrll i e- the F.-Tiiomas C. Taplin 2. Peter .
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Jtppart'J1f eI. of l"theiii'mir I iclaiive to i r".\-< d l lib. hi.--:-no! trii "tie r.i'i a"i'ii ji l Tai.lifF! J. Tooles Madame
... '. p"--,..., Il11e { papcisi, I j IsX auu-uy in .1\\ \ .. t mes ,
{.ei... .! .. t) 411g111 PhJ"I"f1'i.: ,. 11o* "m''" "Orl1t' <"oi-m: .d' J'\'lw.r\ J0 } I I,11( rroinlm"nt of tli) \ tIrr'V: C ou- ; I J HUMS Toole.M .idame 'ro01eCharlas'
;; t-, ioe; t.] ?m:,-;. .du ui'i 1 h' appoi'itdj : I'n .t, between thr h.ir q oi 9 a..I 1 12 0'
'.SiYf.." (p'tprnf slie 'JC'i-l .'1.\ ilh it .'rd; and t',r'n a"cyr!"linetl from un- i I I' Tutt.
j .Mitiixier! t > ..I. I..I. [ DM.Stf.JJeir.! :. ; Clocic' .t. M ; t/r tle: cho ce ot Five I nI .*
/cnrio*.'', i- a TC't}. Voni :If.Si'v > tl.v 1',1 I '
.J.h.:1,1 !Hllr:!: fT.irn v. rr* fJ'j'l'-stioiiHl.lr-; nti'siority! tfiat ?tl;! 'ift- ]!i :> \v \r. c: ". ; ; reot-s rt the I .Josiah'Tal7lallRlcharl L. 'J ilg1t.I .

;,)+] ,?,.- :ll,.; ....\-:;sCLi. 'J'iit I Kin\ 01( a'tPii- I f I1J'nto f ,ipn.h.I" K. Cl'ilS in ilir I ,ntc : ::! J.."-.'..I.T'r Il '..'f'' 'v <.'.- f:':'". .. f r t.'tsri I Arint Hockltarf\ COlnUlUl/ I. mini, Benjamin R. Tinstar 2. llenrfjI .

::*>n and (;Irl' ":' tli- jwrt rf I I','st :.1.-Srjx.: o pfcbil'v ; !" ;alluded! te, V/HS fot/-! I !in ..': ;.Ip- :I:I :'<:-l I'r. .1'.. .'-".-!:.: fl.iieil I I I to atrvc foi I' orj. VifI -' A" r ,. Toulmin -
a'ptifli fl'M.inriF; It 1'1,* plf, nl| IH.IU
i, !IfLt':. I roriPCt irr"PII't1$ :t:iti.: a.r { f rchrni'jn.! On the! sntre ;":* !M>riiy \i I I "fi>irmo.tofMi" "U"xur.iT',:Siti-n IMS. be-Juti"**" tfall.l |10 I II I I I Si;iiuy P. Tluincs, t I V.-.- 'John V'.ckers: Celesteiipr Vii

!..!-c avrpjrt: lilY th..nk"II'luur jnociptncTV :| -AT nowr state, tint; t'no P fl'f11t; is B- I \ Joarcm; : Viosca.
In f"j .1.! ru'Vint.! !'':! ot i'n'! <7il.lI; Henry Hyer "
jtw ii': tl H' .'. sa'isfiod wish I.MC C.HM'.T' ir.alufrved I I 1'-1 j : I Your fifes 2
perfectly :
..i ..-. ..t % 1 t ioF ":fuy: I 'i--1! : !"". PO.! C II.t.| .H.il1 has I 1,1" (Commissioners Ralph
I'M Oil*. Sr<".'. | by the Attojii! ; v (J f if'al!, OM: ilt iMpao'it to t-.k. tlie: rirnm-'tn I It i iI i- :i{ \ .-\r Iilial! Winning, Wich &
I. Pen
la .
i 13t' I
: JOI1.N MrLKAN.V ." I{ I'IM' orri!>:nn r..Tt-r'rd to, '.v''!ot l 11\ ;I I I' h'l-.I.J aer.Mf1; Cap:.tin fii-io-.itci-! h.? in- : -.---- .J"IJ." 1-O9 -J4- t'P.YuiV Foster. v

"\ >!. H. UCMl I. 'qI'. MPlIIMIlok ; I l r.'iik CIflhl1ItItldtib1 n 4f !hs i i iinijorrs :; i;: J.*.jlh"5| "irluC"tl|(.o mvrli imtivr't rii, >r.! having t',>' 4lJi pit tilj s. .r c. o'. .;| \ l o-.nitt\ui. I HirAar'lYiiltlron, S. S. Washington

\ F." f :: 't'lnnt; < f: ;vjj\i.l- ( I Abraham Wilkinson John 4
eng ;. ii j.; LipijiTifitiu: E.n'l )Z(1 hiinieii| in it.tlc I'I HiE StL-cki'obUrszre i.e.rhv n.(5.'d1 s

Ami in .it:',!: fO' !. r.'r, d.ncn: Stfi .*.i..ni- I .Tls u I cl.iituing: in Oppdtidn; I Jo tiiftj Ti! <. minor tuns tiil OorruuDiJore, U.Te -iH I ;hat the: MCCoijtitA ol tlie Wharf (.'0)1'I M'2, James 11. Wright.

ry, H- '. 'ir M L.-.i'i *H> S t<-
!"ittl 'PIItHSII .f VII c. pari .ii \vliicli tl" 'lre Birron t< to ;,, lo the H(-.idt I t'4- I vouchers, for tteir :., I .
a.v jcct cpoii to Rny itlq: U' open pecton, oi: ((213 Icttfia.) .
.In" i. tite: Ptt. viet" i I Hoan ( f lh' Navnl ( niiiuii>isi,nf i 4. Cjn: I II
:f'1 ,
'i : !:: th- ;.
11"{. V. d I Pre>idt'r.t I thought I psfiper: ; t Ju trr.kf.: I modote arrif.g'tcin i; to go 10 sfn.j application to Tr'jU.y. Thfi names in Italics are of Pe/-.J
'-. '. Bv Oikr OftIt Hoard! (If Ilirecton. *
p..0.1..i i,.; s1.-;; I'"< :.'". r.: III ?s thesf in I \r{' ar', moreover,;mhorisrJ fo slate, j F w.ilie rioritlian. sons belonging to tilt: .united State
I J. (; !Drake
nv (H'I. I I' "-
tth.li.. I l'j" I' Oi"r; t'lllle' :' IJiI jat. tinpcoii ]crt..1| the oi these: t aretaI.O .
: t.\I lf'ill'l to cnnc '- te to Florida will never, ._ __ MAIL ARRANGEMENTNorthrrn
Iid 'il"' .i'!' tTi It :'U ,1111 \.a'. 1/:1'I I
:; (" I
., professiouid ei'C. ;pnienis, ns preseut-; perha p., find a more favorable peiio-1 t Omrfctili
1"1 fI.l :1.I s;;:Pi"'r I : Ly 'OUtrr:1nd Mail.
print ; \ et IUI ; ; I[ iic nny obsi.rc! II' ho nppuinment; of ; hat, the coming autumn. The puce
P.ii'V ::': I-M'.V. i snycclt 1 uii-: I'o-t O;?. .' r'TI'\ 'I tn : liE'
Dtie Surf
The! jintup ol ;Ti r.: I gv illdd.u.alJ.I: j the ppntl} trni" now holding. the office of corn will prol:>' 'oly\ bs }lower linnIt: : I JL tr 1t' uild'1 IIn i i' .:.. J' SII"' .t. everyWdnesd y

lIId Mr. M' 1.1'- iM-Ii; "ittl:) ,'auahlt'! of Grr.fahI I da.; it 4 o'i'iofk, I'. M.
; Hr.s I Attorney f.-r\ ,..f' lor thf' psofitK; cf the Office. and "It is pru-; -r to stair, thr.t Mr. quantities have already been oflforedat bet. Dt-paits every Tuesday land Sat

iodulilt r'e.iiic v of and FnivxiP'.Me?.t'l .\ Lrncwill. pr.f'urttnP., wth: a the liv-. I II' \Virt, who hd: hid the \oh! it;ct under 37J cfiit*. Ths pricr of brea Jno. Fi'zC7a1d.IJOS i turday, at half pat 8 o'clock, A. M.

inc i- -,.ni? oihrr! >Vi4y. I had r tlifr p.irnruv :i his coni.!.Tation and \\-\i rpjiircd stufi\ is a very u?;port(ant consideration Matter.P Eastern, or Ji"'loridafail.* L,.

tir .. ii :iv it!!" Fvirst 01 fl.b' ow as atrrf j for the defence of the riL'ht: of ;5hn U, with :he pi inter, who is establish- i .nsac >'f .1tt!\ 0 is, 18..9 -J-t >t. Dae every Tuesday, at o'clock,

tpan. t.i.n to l>+ in n jt.itt' of official S. has been ret.iiiicd !iie executive
; lug himself a new 'ountrDJril A. M.
.a.Jfr"rilI1'. .._ tn ihr "Po'veis hnt bE'w. ."- '' ihV :'tn:1cFA.
\\'t't'.1- ..n.ltl'ilril amt (.i'Irnnr: ? c 111 tl.e I II \\n the casts In question. the cr.surng ynnr it will be such as toufler I l I Departs every Tuesday, at 1 ococP. ,
A S the spirit anJ pro;rf. i ot "Hz.!
!I. M< ; l b 1CP.1' williout n-jrard fvXl'on1'!*, i A'Froffl + -I no impediment openng plantations j 'l" htb surrendtrt.t .. .
"v. .', i, ur notion on other .nailers or IIlIh. ij i1' V. F Courier .;iI Er1 irFr. in of the Territory. FOR rrqairpfi the and Western Mail
any part I Southern
I I -he "(firc la-Illty I ire, Itt"in offer rmprtfessionuj ,
j;e4 lit ; ui to p.ilitict.1 I oj.inio.is. secured to j jme Jlnropcan .%'"!.-A gl.ince; .il thepaperc .
At present lands c-in be had on r -asonahle : ".frvicfs to mv frienHs :nnti : Mobile and the State
pJlH.h:1itI1" tor 111If' Inrhi'ttng ,
"mtne. a i
ti I. hy the late arrivals .
>:...'-ie.I tft'.t I med gnju-iinr, ami c.U(d ; hrouirlit !: t.,rm-?, but no great period' the Pubic fiMierally, Attorney, Cu.",. i of Louisiana, Mississippi, 3Jissourit
satisfies, us that trure is considerable t tI i > before their silt b- se'.loran ." '.111 him: >*" "-expression ttfivfri" 31 the | I II can filaps' price Tennessee Indiana, and Kentucky

!ll'9t4: t of ft l I.." of nJJ .eVHiT:, I 'It', I trouhlc i in Europe, and the liaste in f doubled.! As far as experiments have; IIi West Florida. I I Due Monday at 4 o'clock,

I.E QII. t'. hold an OIE.'f'But nit". V..is (I j terminating dispute* with! the Catholics been made, the advantages both of f fi A- Gordon.Per. every ,
when I it it ill I I P. M.
fur COILI'IV sj\ )
mC\ufII my :
was Use to adopting aroli.4'h.Jnh 1879
| precursor ;;
lini IKK t I t11\ that\ no init> hot'liiij: an office I i quantity and quality of sugar, are I Departs every Thursday at 12I _ _ _
in l.r! P"i.l l States and dip t'dt-ul on us 'I 1 i ,inrastires; ot{ a mur itr.puitaut) chnrar- m'-inif, 'stly, in tavor of iheFlnrida! lund l.lsST OF 14E'i'TELt 8 o'clock, J11..

erd' r..r ih" ctlpj".rt j ';.f him;ef! and fii' !i j tir, rt-liYe! to COP.'.:I1""taaffairs.\ I those of the Mi.-sis. it I past af
l.r over ippt ; All letters n.usr bo deposited .
zi j'c. If'ii- t'ii! l"ia!'. nI iiU- The .whll'lI return .f Lot II (lot don 'I EM] AIN IN (i in lie Po>t Oifi :eat -J
I i I I be supposed that a salnbnous atmosphere R half hOlir bfcforo the time of -
}'er of n rton'' t (.f the rf lIilili'.r'. :tjjne .\ (Inn: Paris must ..tve been based j'j'I Pcnsicola, oa the 30th day II'! one

in p'I" ('r. 'I.i.! cll'r": ;; i- taken! fu.m riiin, I''the ) that closer upon I rlimati; adapted to the cultivation of June 1829 ; which, if no: taken I dt parture of the Mail, by which it \\3 J
discovery, a iutiinsrvisted ;
ih.e Woild to iitRix** I I of frniu and vegetables: of almost ,
is flI'I"'i.
nnt he i .ipon; intended should or they
hut t'\ between! France -t Ru.i ;han: 'I out wilhin three mouth*, will be seat j they go ; may
Tl' -! is raridiicru.iy, and
(LI TO beg ;- < '< t evnry description, an almost detained untilihe next Mail.
Uriinia I had I to ,the General Post Office aa dead i be
urn<"I..I.l s i/ .* a fact.irKii' I. any leastm to ex- tntal cxemptiun from disease cijoyedby '.
I ;; ) 'It'il.t' lnat hr1fore.| sinf1 the jx-ct ; and this, in the* present posture Letters. I W.: HASELL IIUJYT,
I the inhabitants will not t be sufficient 1-4
t .a:1r.' iicfiiiriit! .,fil'1 loign oCr""c |'tion. : ofatiHttr.S, is sulfu-iently} alarming, becauve A.-Benjamin Adams, William POST OFFICE, Post Matter.Penacola .
J ii"H't' lOot \!rt n fice. I held an Oilier and 'I to raise the price of lands ashijzh Aiker of the first Regiment I hi July 1829-23-3lA
Adjutant .
:: if Fr LEICe intends even to coun- ,
; & hjsirv ofhumaniMluir. ; least thos of Louisiana
ruch s thettaliiir4f. 'i. at as I
it tlan views of I Iu. ja in her Florida Militia, N. H. Allen, Harriet FRESh SUPPLYOK
th-t I j"riM ;111',1! inv -t'f! tit "M sn [ tntllc: whirh arc subject to so many and so

>\' r'ntv! t" li;.d (itose : di si igns on :h I'ortf, it will! creTe an Well! known inconveniences.AToaA's Allen. fashonib'e' Summer (: ":"!.just

:.cls 'i'the Joveii ineif whu1t could) "otnpt entire new stdttj of Itiuig :a the lit itiIu John Adams, William M. Arm I arrived, '**d for sate by the Unde.I .

"u''", ra'h"i I'IIMII tn I .It tt-t: bread! of last.-"The .\utilIaionirshl'mgncl1rly I signed,

\V'if.* a i>d !ittl- .HI" !. I Ih.ink thf irt'oiiii- Cabinet.Ve defunct i is started strong.
a rumor
B. James BakHVilliarn H. Ba- Consisting of
.-r%. fiu.ii .TAC\ j' HAKKV. 8.ul GRtK i \ are happy to perceive tii.tt: the I
that a new society about to be formed kAC William Burnett V. Banlongnc, Blat k, HIO MI and Green ItombazeenCoaUees
ftdMii t./( tS'i- lmn'iflinz. n, raphuutic.fols alli) 'd Powers have determined to in %

c'rt in
free aidri1t smu Pen RhaU unchaik-be Iii. and abuse of power of Don ol-yonrsrlf-to-no-purpose I society. Mr. Bousses, Samuel Brents, Dr. I An olil. Circa-tian and French Linenao. '

tuct ccait.e of ihe Gazelle, nnw ll'IH'Ul't it. I\1iitie). Abridgmrnt of living's Columbus. Broasnhan, Charles! Brown, MadameLe with A varietvjf
led, BO Iou OIW ('OlilliLIlt' t'
: IF Ilasell Hunt. !I i NEW-YORK, Juno 10. : -The New York 1'ost stales that, Baron 2, Capt. .Burn ,. I i YtmtaVuons% Sc Vests,

the Lifo of the
TVunarola.9,1. \ !: />//;. East.-Letters fioinSmyrna guitxbla for (lie sefcion.

._ .. ;.Jly.I ..10_ of April 6th; say that a WAR Mr. Irving himself, has just been pub- kcr, Dr. Itirchmorc, Hat low Ber !j \\ bite and brown Frencn IinenUril*

lIfr. Cfny's Spf rh.-In ihis pajierv; *> between Pcusiand RUSSIA inevil lished by the l\1e srg. Carvill of that nard. 1iitgCtntor (irts. Untnbazeen & Fancy

gh.' n pun (iI Mi ('lh% '10 Si': 'Tb, Jir.d: sh.ill j i 'iblr. These Itt!tEars s.iy nothing about city This work has been stereotyped C.-James Caa: u han, Ambrose ] 3.1C1.VVS9 .. .
!iuie! it in licit. We lecommcnd
it I." U r attentive |!orn iflofdH our iendc., tliM 400,000 Rnssuins: and the poor to meet the demand which from Caw, S. A. Carpenter, Peter Cohen, I Fine! pli I and Trilled linen shirts ;

('r it n!i\ :-. ::! j."g iudiMdtia! cnn lead it d-i} !s that aiu btaiving at Cuns: nlillo' the great popularity of the originalmay Sidney S. Coleman, Evan Clement. I Black Itohan cravats and stocks ; sirk

O\r.I"t lprp r't1t-cfoii tlien: indeed itiHQ f pI) '-. be expected for tho abrid ge- William C. Chaplin 5, Samuel \J i pIcket ndkercliiefs, silk and cotton F

t.eJ,' blinded by au Ui.boMiided devotion ; TUBXS l.'iro assumed theojfrnsirc : I II II1CI1(. Clark&on 3, Thoma C. Craven. \I I hos-ery ; bUcic Iiorscokin, beaver and
e I Ii
to a wan or a |..nri'Irrival /. I !: linen p oves ; silk) cotton and worsted .
i along the wliolo line of the ;I A New Oilnans paper states that, O.-Sally E. Davis, Jonathan : sus|>eiultT>.; black, white and seal hats or' .

of the Unmet. Ualkan: nnd the gal i5ons of Sillistria, I Seignor; Louis M. del Valie (tit present Deannan, Martha Dixon, W. Dog-I fine.)alcsl taitiion$ ith a geiieiaN-ipply
> Mexican] Consul in New Orleans lii-ity, Ellen Dorr, \VII Iiatn Doughty 'S
"'1.(, U. >.1!llit; tIn **.." Norrin, I WerMin! illd Giurgevoc (ou t ie the ,

:nriiifd It re ole 'l'n.r-d.\ ':.-: I. ft I Havana -, Dnnb') have made sorties sinuilta.! ; : ,) has received an invitation fromPiesident James Draper, William: Drum- Lc.IIOA ND .

on the ir.orniv' tii 'I! r 3i t. ;i"b I. Th?. ncom..v.-! This iiitell'.jjenco; i ii of as I Guerrero to take charge i iond}, Thomas iM. Duke.I 'C. b

lioriul tn< been on :L 1.bon.>-i-cni2e. ol l lj1e I.,Ic a ditc as April 20th- The av- of the Department of Stateof Republic Robert J. Dodd 3. (.0,

ti 'n weeks, on tl'. No.lb. : s.d d th lI..": ; 111)05 iua\ C been blond The Grand : ol Mexico, which it is understood -'I E. -Harriot Easier, Caleb! IJzn5o32 J. \\ 'X"jE. ;
; (1- iv.HIf
'H's 'itl : .ul IH.t' ey l:foI' I *
Sultan haS lievill Sci nor Pi- Rofanub Er'i L'ensic'1i Pct.bJ'tIrt 18' .
: oUdlAhc f' .
Viicr accept.
d t' at
v( M. ((.n: Ih-vu! ? t1: \I.Hlati: .
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I I \ AT.S 8c SATES 1 1l 3\38T \\tiC,E'Vt11 1 I3 CLOTHIFG NOTICT,.

: : hereby K', ei1 l.\1 \ dlt net pay r
l IIA YE just] recc v.1 per Elizabeth W &C. liA ,/ >, BOOTS, 4''seut'aJ. certain note' given by me to LortnfjAtenile
'from New Orleans an additional BOOKSTORE, s .
I I ICf I OWYAYA. Jaded .8ili( March 18J, i. rS312
supply' n'l c''.o c "r'ickt1.A.1I01.'U .i w/fiy Of ( Ul'IIUUn London Dock Bra inly I I i -tlie condition upon which B.ud 'I'

WHICH A R ;; Cherantte diHo I note was given, no; having" been coiujMicduith. -
lli'ble do. HAS just received a fash onable asrtment
Fresh Imperial; 1-3 I UItA.\la..Jt'II Wine o. Winter and} Spring I II .
,011 i a '.i-tn rt )1lA11tC i 1 {
a C"pnll'r, !> t;! r\\\i .a\\'n\s. ', Old Shelly
IIY. HItll1ugllYLon > C'larci do. which ii' fl'trfor *..le low for cash. 2nd Maj 1829-1-t tf-

\ J t'1 is Hasell Hunt.Pensncola. Old Irish \Vliis-Uey otl. 1'roof. AMONG Which ARE ; .

t.o..f "Itf7ar,1). R. 25 r JIM e, 189.NOTICE. FOR SALK, SYVanbaisn I Iliac', bier, brown and oliv.* dress and J. .1.AU \\ f'
ilsun.J7ih .
1 I.' mn do.Ve & I frock IIJ"| i line c.lolh! T

\ ; Havana do. P.-nFRcoJ". i'io\f'OIher J8:28-: .i'f. Coats and Pantaloons. COL BI.\N SVKUP.
,: N. Urleam, do. ?* I.L persons who have any d"mamUtijjuiHt -
Snvdl (;n rn I Havana Cr'f ct. Q' the Estate of Tl.o'ras K. NOTICE. \ U..ni up c'nl. cassmet, dl'lIl1tt;, and cir- .\ HKMEDY which has proved itself '

l ( '.r.cmuati llama. Kr.inm. deceased), are hereby called uponto ; : has received instr.llc-I CHSS'XII tli till. dT superior to Sxwin's or any of the

Ihcnn1i.lIill! "'s anti bliou.ucn! present them to the undersigned, without ;..l"itln ions undersigned to prevent or punish the culling I I V \tl 'r8, :)8I1accaotor the cure ot the Iollmvir.ll ;

}'utnn! Market Uet-f; delay ; and notice is hereby given to Ltn1. i black ( ea'le".iz :
of vahittblelimber,lI'on the 1'uhlic plain: and figure 1 silk vt"IHt'l 1
jilted! valentia cs.
to )
These iHstructions extend not J toihnet. fancy :ui.l plain silk I!
I: NI). : ai.d 2\ that their claims lAnd demands ail! Live Oak and Cedar, hut to "Timber ofevery blue and black cinl l. With a variety uf \ J\I iNt'' .:nr.. (or a'- ItOf'GI.A) t111tTn
VIt'k1r c'.orlt cl !be barred unless exhibited within two SWFI.I.INR -
$, : tin Public j i
Sauces do. ears from the 27thpril 1829- Land, for description the purpose taken of ShippSn from -,for the I VUHJAtt JA'JKv.Tr* 1 i I I J "A f' EH"lS. and in\c'crate UL- "iClft'

Cutdo.I.miloll G.V.. Barkley, use of SawMills &e." Hist" be tinder- I ;
Fine trilled
!). ck Kramly and phin Irish I.inenSIIIU7'S .\ hit .11 irt BILIOUSlrJ. VINT.
the stood instructions do
.i'iin fact for Lega' Representative.Ptiihacola. howcver.that the not
Holland Gill, June >Uth. 1R29 21-'I.r apply to timber uscu for fuel or for plantation ; HH"\IATIL .flections of tllc- head anJSr"'TI'1
Irish Whiskey! duck check, cotton, and flannel do. j enr'rally ;
l"'Ol't"Iiclpirt 'FI"tl Oats Haj D. \> \YAWV.US\
' has rt-ceiveil Bcnj. Wright, sy1'IiI and
N MIIj subsrriber per re1. a nil other dis-i- aris-
TcneriiTe and TIT1i cent snivels, and otter for ropcr -re .( MllJJCCuYAs : 9

i \ Claret 1000 bushels r untry Turn. 7 Nov 18'2rt :33-It pi-mi ..id f.nr\ "' :ni il I do. a t.I'f"ral ce;..| "!''t\f -irticV, or {
I I. -- Silk handkerchiefs Gltves elean"erot tlu'l1loc"t.'lI"11 '-'!,. vosse--
1.lcn JII'C\ 100 hales hest N I\\'TO !
J.I Lemon Syrup (Philadelphia t1ly Suspenders, flats and Caps. II srs invaluable power, ; it 111Ip: lI\ '.-I the

\ Comstoek's red itrcak Cider Hay. In \\ alton (1onnty. ., BOOTS.SI10KS&c.. appetitiand '..w also! the re.ns.rL .bl':' efj :
j I feet of deprivintr t'II..Lin:
ut thtt t f'IOW
Almonds 30r'tcks do. Oats. 'B1HK Sttbsr nOcr Ins laid! lIi};a Town, :it AND :.j'dious tint, Mhuli! i in l
so COT.SUHI h:1.ouf .
naiiill Figs, Prunes, latns/ H
Alaqua, in Cn.nay, Florid.i; C.mstiluliuus. ""
Dried Ajijtlev, Currents, 20 Small: Kegs extra quality to br known by the name: of .

: S\Het du''erinacelli Oil.: Bn! ter. \\1 \\ \:\ U 8ll'It'1 \} li"I I Wthdomestic; and p'c': (loods. AI.nlJIG'IT/'1..7/.f", ,r.1 L', ,_::.'

Lamp 10 Krgs Leaf Lard. Pi i.stc..la. FehniHiy 7, I'L9--t The prj nJ o Ipflr. Ii rl7Vrii i his t 11-
J J( and offers the Lots fur sale on moderate '; "Cnt.L"I11Li (
llnckerom. Cutter t cl in;. Y1'i' tn tlIP IlbliChirnlfhf: '" "1 few
crackers 10 !! Handles.
Ores Sperm i l The 13th: 1)l.,. will r C'iniiumon The Alaqa Post Office is b j i reiirWi: ri'rPa, p-
now kept ; un-I!' r..ftTl.pl
sinc lU Peiis-ic-\ C ar.lie has bee
ho 'avendish Tobac br the in .
5 ves the Subscriber i sa-j-e, test--r! nof f its
Clov A. Nutmegs Mice, Ginger, at this Place, and the Mail drr the C'i'iiiol of Ms pieseHt t::iliiurand.c renedi'd I cuplrlor! ;
V Snju i tine Flour, co. I'oad goes directly through the proposed I .-. tiKe this 'Of asiun d> temlrr( owl thanks ; : powers, a. (j-ven hin; hv re 4spettahle
Irish Town. I he Situation, i iyit persons n-vid-nc: : in clin! .'rtttp.cl.t.
Potatoes thehea4
l (in Hampers ) or neir:
liienu and fur the
to '
II its pmrons, j ,1
I AKki.ig a complete und general assortment 50 ao. Snap. of Nat i Ration-lias the benefit ofSea of' {ri'roiiHjjp! 'MII which it has been favor II I of the! United Sf.itrs.: .. a pst j rritI t

chrap as usual 20 Sacks Salt. breezes ; and abounds with never- J IPd (Ininis II..I l peiiotl. Kv. icier IIICC to 1 I 1 due to the s'+me, as we's} t b- 'n"* the

+I ; l>eus, *oi, 15th June. 82920ift' '. fading Springs! of excellent water all ol I{ the 'i"imO-r <>\' tins paper, it will I be PI'-I means )cooTevinto to their fJ\\O:| rI'l"l
50 Hroutns. who ;
(Inn ,
To which contribute to render the place both cc \'"'I. that during the past tear we ansmihrly.ftirt.d' : a s te.speedy .
Elijah Mniilgtitnery, in 1 t Nests tubs and huclc tts. pleasant al:(! healthy.'t't'tA : ;jll.ha..hf.t J t'inbc ninnhPiH inner liiaii a V'o- :|r M"I..f1.'CIIl.oI n-ni. rvatvari.fat' : #
Alabama suiiabic : j 1 I m ii'i medicines are a' iJm, time distnbitc'l
Kcntuckyorclse- : Lot.favorably gitlJa.ted. is reserved j i luiiie-'tor alas. w. ask. no ;ul.lition.il rain I, -
where ( .J\\o \u 8t.e.. and uttered a'a present to the {! 1"'lIsali"-'H' only a-.U tot what is due to : about the country. >h.1.! forrh to cure .r
I! '
Greetin. A good .iKsortrriet t of County for public purpo cs.tnu there can i us, ant wftrnsilli.it our tnends in the i iI I diseases:: U:1" .vhir.il they' "'I\'f not tie psi''

i "TIHn.s I h-ul a C..n'mssiun, *is Dry Goods Saddlery Shoes be hat little doubt that it will be the scat I I country will not neglect lo notice the CIIII.I j' sl! [;h'est influence .-f wlurlj they had 3.,
the 6'h District! Ci.urt in i j tried prc\ ItJ'! loth" use of the .
uf.Jllstinnt \
.IIton ( 'cunt;. I It is paints! and dis-i.reeahlc! t > us tn I syrup as
& 1" the Parish ufR1piIt's. Louisiain.ad lat4 &c. The Lois are 105 feet sql.:r? ; pr'.ces: i contiiiually dw.wr.zur; lieid, and, :j I rr'Ib seen by Mi" ir own qttt' t..II"'.s'

dressed iwthe "Cl cIJusticeof lie t OIl:n- F. !H. N iSlet' I 20 doll-.M-H: each tor all East of the M-iM;\ -.a title our) Ksial: s-'> hnrlily r">'it -1 in-

ty Court of t r.sr.\.Tibia in !Flr| ri-fi", to takf I road, and 25 duJiars: each for all t.) the I|I dlhn: to dill siihsciijitimi! li-t t. it >uav. also !, s'jn' '+1 f the p'jyi'Cftim; for (tKect'r* "t VHI -
the answers: of C. plain Micajali Crupper West tht'reofI'erms it ifI I rioit--> '115ayetat''t1ti.! .rn,, "-.t..t'4'1
TIJI I I ; one third Cr.s'i.! :J: nppe.n int/eoliiic : we cannui help I .,
,1 on iutcrrop'aUMiPs and i Toss interrogatories ..\:1"1'10 ,:u. TJ'I IGL:1"CERri : xiiit t the UoUnce equal payment, at nine !!! sub ; : but aid: [ 1111>m.tsion: being co'su!. and twelve: momfts: cr(-.ltt. i j i pence would lie itt Ij,;i'l t., our Su'.'<..i. I Cal facultyver" iM'liiffd I> try it it dsxies ? .
: ic Tilt 1
cred' dfe, 'ive, in consequence of bits: Persons wuhii.,; to purchase will apply ;; hers and we .lOII!! rt" -i*..* sniple *:Ij'i..n.{ } < to w'nch! the'. 1'te'n"ev.'" 1 id been

rr 4.Ir'.S .nd interliiu-aii.MIS could 1\1. CITY OF \rr\ $ II\nTn; to the 5uh ;:rIDt'r. "itiier on the pr-ini.se.s, PVv11 will Kit eoI.11 iMiinhri 1)l fdlluOS" \\e su''.-'rt. aid fniiM.l jrreat f>,r'fit from its

1 or "'J1/1d not be executt.l by the said n r I or through W II Hunt 1'0'4l1.sI'r :it I ha\'c-I.at wiin
a' ct'1 t justice" or lV Justice" of th- .' G F&..I.\, WI.1. .,,V A. :fir I'ensacola. who hit a plan of the Town I! workmen l b.iy j t'.II'II tit! type. iVr.io I I 'a'n J.. t''ine. ,J' '.!.hl'i..1:1'4 It,,:..,;t'- .
tH..ace"'; and vkhereas, in order to obtain can v oil oar b'tyirrewtlh .aj.at'Ii..1I to jC'li b?. .ff- iUi'-k .
j iw "iii 'IIII' hllf'ltJg.lcer ioln r.Ut..lithlitI.JlturnaI.t fur lhe.tr PI1Jp] criion.C. II I I C' a of I fivr>- r''rll.| : ;nt.
the tefrt-mony of Cnpl. Crupper;) it is i .t1)indt'1)'vsl'le |I 'f" the Se it of the S. V. Jones.Aliqui I '.ni supporter* rtnd oiirs.-l| \\'e must ; whi.I. ,1'Id I P'C\'IOII'"j'' rre:5t..l I 1.-. :tL I

j pre-ivquisite! not only: to I thcrrfoir I f'il'lll"llv entie.it those ri ":'!'mI I t trt'atm."It.. In ticeeks r ?1' .. .f.t f::/ ',.
: (corral( Gove'rR'ne'rt. publisr-st i- '
r' ruie a new commission fro-tithe Court : '' C:>"I .I.n.: 1l:"?- .">-'>t I Iu" I I I cut o!' Penacon! who KIP nule'itnl f>* I!: I 'I r-storod! t''
j finally: tetjulaily! and fully the! Proceed- : .. -- y I 1 I I jo e f".tn'r.t. tat ot ;)cr-
but to prevent ca tilling t. jj'ue noticealllm to rcmii: lo us b Moil 01 |';u fo ;11\ I I t'-ct hal'.h.T'le .
t. ( not required hy the. laws of L'xi'-., 1 I lin the Stale 1'api'Witul I)')cu.neuts of pub ,: ac* > u'itM uJ.i'I-hivf' !)re; :" :circ
/t I Ij ?"lIf.q.h."oW Jh" :1''1'tl'It) .1.l .11.1|
iana of and and forth of iff 1".I
) time place so j' !lie inti'rest, laid before 'ongre-c'i, 'Ir oii-i ii !I ; L.itg Spar\ BUOYS 'uj .\P h.'p.') wllfn si"U I. mail It .i.(1 i I'M- HI tlir li.K. i'n-iii H,' )
Ink-n' t'je deposition.TlnT'.tire! i g'inatinp in that ;> ,dy! :ritl al!/) that ;Arl :j,! 5 m"oi ,''l in fie: Clrm; ,cllc'ldilf from I III '1i I! 1111.011 'iI'< a'in: ,; )I '1'c gO"1 'ff.Ct' 'r'. .
: i: fwllowir.jj jj Miti-ni'i! ae ?tJ\wnz.1: : ,
n wk' ow xostt'itrr.r.lija'.i ; : forC' lltl I passed! by them. l"lu--e' reconcnenIation : I Ij I II rile: liult Stream, through the H.irn'ir of |II rsiKi reque-ted act i'1'j; ""'* !-,t' tse: C;- :I iloCM-d by 't>" s> n-i.; ureut5c)er.t to COOl

: 11ongO nCI'\ your :u enti. r'\I'Iid- j !t. in addilni'i to thearielv; of other JKr.Y! i WF.SV, into the H. y of M- xico. ': zrtI!. I lie: at tL-' ti'p(' a"
] lore and attormrs m fact, that 1 shall uu.! ':. infilrm.ltio'1which is tu'n'! l.ind in its ,! Vr-sfis dra.viny: J> 1-2 feelva'.!', :uid j j i Kadfoid I.. CArtt'n. ::. r"ij" t.',.>-.1!!; oJ: ('XO .'i'!'.'L'."l }1 tl !-.i ic e I"JI

J;i der a new di .1qU\ ptoci.-erl to lake the ulu'Jiii'i e.nn.ied vvith ;UII'! (iencrii i In- 1 i I biiMnd to Mobile. Pensacola and NewOrhaiM !j i Jfii-nii.ih ;'lvt!hi, .-I"I'Iir'G ,;". r-l- nil lis'- *-ir- .

,1 cl p.H.I\fl1 ol .ii.-:.jdi Crupper: in lair: cro-its of our own rouiitiy, "'t'I I.iter.i-: c::n b*. obse. VPI*'', he lollowinsf.> i ii j i S. \'. .li.nrs, .1 /"?". 1 ;,,. ,}i")...4 i.-t!!.' ".' j"*'r'ri:.r. '- r .

T ".vn of Peir: !:* on the: 1st day of ture :nd :3C''uc[', and the! Att.usof: the I iliic;, ;, pass; through tins (''Inniitl: wail I I. 'J 'ii.irris (1. Kri-i.1 .! t'.ur."c I-...'Try... I"" ...;." .,,0. v p ".f-f.-f".,,. t n).)[ i .7

ot .! :'ht next and the diysrtollowinjc; .r World} Liij e ; t"; ," her with tin- cha- I:! neilt'i't! safety, a"l! th'I'4 I iVlIIII tit.- tftnoiKi I I .t,!:)1 .'L : t. *. lie,:! ".,' ':11.1;_ I 1'1' Illy;; :11"' tt'I..tl't.i tn o' ti hti-rt'
ptsM'j btfoif tilt iol'11 Pal'II'IIt'r and d ir.-- rOI!' 11.\1 ,' IL.rn o t tt.v1 tl ilf.to I.. v-j
Tarter it iji-neial t..iiuss \\bictithepi- h 7Il :I 'IIHiJ' H.dtzll'Vt I I! /. -. I t f"11 k.1)p"-I lt.y| ;iT ..
.V.C-'!. t1t. -trI }
andJ"se Cot Ks>q's. [IIrlet'Ri>1 f'.he peace per hss :it-talllt'sI u.idcr .'.. prf't'pt edit i: r"'cII''t-h'Io.c\1) ;Li'c."C's! !'I It.',,:.., \ lilj:(e. /l"'f"'.. i't-lt'fti,!. viI ..P',.f" !9 Itl !{I !>f .",',)rt-I-c".d I ..t.*-', s* a
in ana fi,' the C upty of 1 IJ-r mbia gaud ( steer from I fail to Huo\ !:ccr: : core! I II .,.Ii'. .i'l tnili't.K .
.)1 s, for ..tall'f"3'!:, m-ike theNatiou.ilIntelligencer ;; Ati T"! tii< ni" : tt"q: 1'414 n :*;'.'et. i''IYY. tea. t I'. .;.r. r.l .
J" puit.tr n.';, n'sclil: jj 'r. the City of ; utcful ar.d \envalfffddf, I I to tue'ii, on eithet ta.d I'tit-y( :-tr' moor- I J,1.h,' .\. ThIlHI'Ta'c.. } 111.0 :, lags[ tH' "t"I 41i1u',1 .' .
!: !
i iei"sftN or nn* o1'tleFr, to be reu.in j \ to all| Ito {i-t-l I an it.tvn in the c .ict-rnj j ed :'II lh' .,'* ['test .t :;1f'I' .t.tI cvi !'e dis E' ...jll \\.in.: Jfrl ,,:,.t" ,._ i j .-.t 'I'I:;;-n tu tiI ,- IJ..st teiu'cr it I.f tt.t.y f

" .:; ''VMl'-'ic 1'\ tlitf": C mrohdiifd c.'se utlu\ ./1 f this ot ol jt.icr: coun'ries.Thi I jtiurilv! se-ii Iroinaj.i oliuThe bearITs'ie ,I i.1 11".10"i.. : ... ..: er',.,. I I. --'I-} .Tl'ilt. t-V

i 1\1',1.:1..1. .E: .; h ,11111gI'! .\ V\ tid". ),'i' : ./\"M (: l'"''>,-.<- :., t'" 'dii.c i'i' the I a I..' t'611! I ; t,411Cf nit censures or .ppnHt' v hertr.LusnJ : ;;: 1st Buoy attl.e tU-tn-.f fthcChanml Wi'i-iin' Pi I o.tH'Y.t'1: H-'. !I .! ..t'Irt. !P'r"." ,. .!'.\'.: Ntrr.

JJI111 c? ( f..II1. r.-insn or u .pnte>. LOUIS :- III' upjro.iatioi! sevms to be .i'ie { and m-afi l} 1:1: tinHarbour! ot Key : Pe"t t,.,I.t 'I... :, I]i) 1. :1 I II I :! n'r: rlllf'h(;;'.i} 'hf' ice rat .i _

i\\ \' 'r) and curie.u .'*. any of v--j to pui>l 1c 111'-1't'Irv't It Mi]>ooitrd the I \\.est, hi ar,. troll the Light H'M.iton: ,I I I I'b{,. ;""> ..{** "CoM'-MMi/-.: ; r :!p" m inv- ';t

. Etas .a't.'u.t J: H'nc and ii.uliuuti'jii: will lite .ttininitritiorl of the titn'Tal lla they \\' e-.tbv Co-npais: N. W. by We 3t. .rt t;; r I ,...It. pi 'ctice fo: nc.irh.vo:. .1 ".'r\. .m% r

'T ;\ r t'r' lit. I Ii vcrninfiitheii: iif! n ..:aurtof that Adist'loci I disUiit 1 mile. CO } havi'jj! \vilnc 3 t-tt is -lecid'-tl: LUc-iCv ill
'l\ ,' \i ite all diruut\: the af : U" C'h': i WIIl'I I.a
; '\m. 1".r1l'i / ,)II [ uciU sticlj: us to meet its apj'J'C'b'tiu'l 2nd JuIJc"ni! f"'in tiie .1st Buoy: N WIn 1. : p'e\oll"; re-- "u
: i..ij.l -, nte lieieby n-jiilied. tn.it the ):,- 1 I North. t ti ir. "' td leinci-- :, I 110'WI' 'I i.itif fipUasie
'Il,5 a deiermm-itioM, j I \\ .Kip i : 1 I }
j.e', In oleo; the 11''litI'H.; flfC.lpi. CICI'1: I tli'ltilr.l! it opjjosetl: the election of lien. !i 3rd.: Uuoy hears from the 2ii liuov, N.V. liJALK .. glee mj H .;.inri'ny in its f.ivo.i-: ,
r I. not only to tlmt willI 1.1, l \ II! few of
i" the .
(Ou1 yUtl quote Inn..t
; ; } .2 North. rc-rnirs-a
: 1,e+., 'tue '". all"f'II"H'nt ill..1 IIP '.l' l4 I'll'port l'jo just measuix'b of !i 1)jitl'Ei { I I..hl.! ..... ,' !
[ ( ); IJ.\ ) ;' ( n rJornid'b the vt'nevuch!
1 this: Admimjtratioi, but as certain1)! ts1)1)ItSe ) 4tl!,. Kuoy bears from the 3J Uuoy, N. W. }
in I'Iand lri5. ;is a judicial j'lrate fur I.'ol.tl1.. t ';.\TI" *ii-!'. r 1 110: "'f'.
the unjust B t ::4t!J '"n .it '';It',1 tu e\ioit fioa him : I ;
i" '*,t vvil! be, in principle, )npsr(1 to any .'dIt Silt liuoy on tie! IJ.r. bears from the Li-h'Ilouse Mr- .!. 1m Hincii'fc's; .1")0. of 11irartq! ; ,
>i.0 inKHiiiur.;; tu ;$ LSI: > lot 1I I\"I..e'O
j Jiiy C I.juo.r my 11IC'l\t.), w iiich vcn rrceivoil ,,nlII.ttlnn of the (liovertiine whose j oa Key We-t Vmth West by CIDER. "'i-vn.hip.: .:c"'HI\: conn v. Pa. 7i >-.]. t
l :u ISJI2, bm aUo ii, iuiulie a chain oft 'ne.is'ires.had\ a'te.v' it to have th- interstsof \\est.vXj'WusrU. {i eerv.tiM 'if: ':ic ::' ""iii! in-l throat x.i.li
t ; at hea't. rather than the reel uiritg PLOTScMU! obtain "-i'l-n' P.lH'I'P.1'IIIIf} : the
II"'IJ.hl. (!' tall expose yojr ciijji- I 15: s St. Domingo and"Havana .
cHI) tiX'l Hvai Il'e. an.i exhibit} yell MI !ud:h 't ;.rent tut* reis, <-t tIlt- country Ii is, 11'1 j the.n at hey W-st f t. :t' here u* a board w "s disivist-: .- cl.--.uYtllhf'! soft, :j.-iV'- .>i -!,n

r {untid! Sf3ie.tlitl II.. Hyna who feasts anti! a u-ord, what: its title denotes, a Na'.ionul i of branch Pilots established.The ;_; J I fofiVc.Fifty I thr':-it and nv>f it t the Titjttt.'i! t lit 1i i jail
: stioah.-st witrr it low water is 10 ')..e '!" 'JO.T-S :. :., iridt i--i .
reU upon trfitilfil 1 (eases will reject yon palcr. Barrels !Rye \\ liisk \viy ItI:{ th r
u* too luattuoine for hi; a.petite For the independent and imjiarti.it' J feet, and at hill w.tier 12 1-2 1.'< t on the .111 1.-'lr'4. they: ""t'It''Jt1. ot'\'II r..I-..

. 1 ( Jilhort\ $llu' ell. co'u IMuhich it lias pursued, the' .\ utionut.V'i > liar WM. PI K\Y. v. I ton. Del \-Oliler.Tlt'cl ",;rtt:1: if 7vhci

//.: ;tvicer has be_n denounced and ai I IatCIIIIt I tiupei'inie tdtint of Buo!y.CusTOHIldll One hundred V nci box : S'IK! I ihoi-! 'd! nparlt hr': .: s.I .
P-IIS 'C" la, -2Ct.lt Jim.-, Io2y. 23-ot. I ( : : Kifiy
h.b '>ecn mndf} to pit it down, I i 'K. l Slj. lind l ('Xlt.ti"'t""r"tir,::;s ciao: f'.tt--s
TII K.litor of the M-'iule ComuioicUl t
Hecisrer, tll4, Alexainltin GH/ett Ln and rltitit <;r tl vron?, by th* strong arm of KfcY WliT, January "20, 19' 9. 5Vi'isYx ey Porter, Ale and rdts i nn ln> 1 lelt si.le of 1',- > r fc In11: t-, -!v .. t.,

tluLoiiisvilii* (Kv' .) FocitN ate f'cIII".I.1* (| ) l 1 lo power ttirtrttd by caucus agency. The [ --- .- --- For n'-' byVanbaun .. h.. r ,..,! ; the hr'.l \ ri')' .R'rh c...!'tr r.., .t' .. ;.

give the foregoiuR ihler msri tiois. K. attempt ts a: taut af it would l lie tur any 1'oVo.tocs Sec Wilson.Peiisarol.i. : her. Id11 swollen ami iiseU--'1, !,11.11).'- {
modern prophet to 1)1lIl'& .sun to stand II I ".:,I.C'1Ih ail t'tt'cl l sale.-) rociimn: on t l'rslmulder

\tA H IIAI/S :,1 LE. sti!!! Thirty years old tins paper ''I not ./U.H' KkcEirLn VIA .JJOBILE.i Nov. 17lli.Duxes an.', "uol.-n 1 p'lIn! ,n ni-r .; s..eiri '

John Ilronahlam jet io iti -prime, but acciuiies strength I : (,r)1rt'ctI rh''I''v -n.t! 1". "r HII.) ,!'" It!, [.

vs. Execution anal power with every day uf its exist !lA'.1I'GISrash. Potatoes, in fineor.ier. II d fif rid rotMutt, ..fTection ot'the hc'+. !l. 'foiio\vt.-d' bv ai o!t *,
structn! ot t the nostrils
Ze-no I'tulips. tci'ce. .4 t severe pain irih
"1 \ virtue of a writ of Fi. Fa. to me dict'd Without haling. ever sought for ppuUrity. ALSO, superior l quality.1 : ? Ippf'r .;titv xt-ndtiif from tie 'isr

''- from I..e II").,. Sn;)erior f'ourl, .or courted pul.liC! palrii.nje, the ,111 f'rates St.ot'-'x.re, assorted. I 201)) do \o. 1. I f over the cheeh b"'.i.is ; the cirjclc-i e\ii-!
t Sap
r h ? tt for the Western I),.irict fI'f Tlorida. 1 will I "uliollallllttl.'igell cl' enjoys already! the For s.d? bv I I h tillI, lli'h state t :.ntiraro ,11i't n.- +I,r.

Cei'' al Public Auctioii, .t the place of wiriest; circulation of any Newspaper ill F. II. N'ishet.Pcnsfiefda 2 Pipes dry Malaga} i i V 4 N'otin" Hor-.et. i { t 'ref :'ii'i '4{ tie jf
the U.1 tt"cl States, It is re.d in i nostril, ohsrnri! ..' rf *. .
ho' !'ii, Court in l' n.'U'nl.l.! on !I'uesday every n' me siim--, !I"'S' 'ifn'.ct
t tii4: :It day of August next, at o'clock' State und Territory in the Union, and in March 2Srd: 1829. 7tiacks I'' !, ilitficutty; o'.r{" <''..Itt! '. {. ; ndJM'MI ( "".\ h_.

M all the right title and mteie- of thesi1 every city und l"wn, as well as in the of Salt. : of the :-yc.tem Mr. ttt+s'ck', wtb! ."

t Z no Philips, aw one of the heirs at j! c0untr)'. It in read iu every capital III \ja he.u ut&c, A coon Assos'f orDRV sun and d.iu h'er ; Mr-* 3u'.:"k.: of hro-

J4:m "< Joseph |",ilip., --lereased in and Huropu and posI'sses sources ni information I nlC' l.enm..n.: ty.h wisiJ stH'! h d I 1atlcted
.. 't t) he liiloeing:: tract s of land to Mil :- extended by no other Journal. ter IJest TioOien Cutter GOODS i & -' rap..:.a3 01 'I.t"tat y ,,ar; hi: t

l' (hf. unJivded! !ulf of H tract of 1 lind of For the first time, an rd'or: is made to :it ,q Family: Flour in half Bbl For sale! b I son of ",';i I.) l.cu'I;, and Jc.h"ht.-r..r! Sf "'!.

4'){) irpens, situated nbo-jt R mile N. Kot I -nldi-ge the subscription to it, by sending 'i3. 4,. Ponchong Tea, ) II. MichiIt.KUIINITUJIK.! b-itic: A(5t-"ti"ii( Ill( ( lit- ill".S and 1 dis:h'>..Tf,

.I't.It.C.I: ;! ., a' d l boun.led N. J-. hv'a.- | (forth this Piospectus, which our ad- er- '- Cranberries: from tic! !1.,1t. r;!. -.. ;':!cll 7l) Irt''t! ol' ('L'c'Irlllri
.' of. i Nanas politico are expected to deal It alt iicinnuti Hams, (Gassoway.) I 1tf1.'tit'n or! h-t" r
; CC'II "": .', S. li. & Sby the liar Pen i m so K.IISI..S --- snn ; nt ''h 'h!

j ;, 5H "h. :nd N. .V. A Ur. by the Bayou j jTcxar generously' with as to let it he seen and Half Hbls., new No.Crop.1 Mackerel I h ol I fe: shin !bone w 1'1 t L'; rot *.

: '_ exruuivc; of the shores. !!i our friends i.<> kindly as Two hundred arpeng of land situated% 1 I 1 I purpose with tlfesr al and countenance. II I df bet Cincinnati Family IUnderwood's f :,J' DOZ tint rate Fancy Chairs. j I ot the foot.- Mr. ".imc-i \i')h'HI, ot !.> eivhe.le

about MV milts more or less, N. K, from Heretofore, we hate hardly wished to enlarge best assorted Pickles anal i P I Si le Beard. '.''Ip.illt! and as'n.ivirh: : by J'Ld "I'1'

Pt-iisiCoU.: and about 4 nulf-i from them our buhscription list._ Inten.liiif Pine huccs: 4 HureaiH. wards cl: nine y" ''s -Mrs. h .1'., oft\!.
"-oth of l>. you Ttxtr in tlu- dirccticnot hereafter however to devote ourselves Apple Cheese. 1 BI11'au and;i Secretary. ; crr.ited' sure m.nitli; and thro-: a'1 1 hertlutgHtrrol
For Sale by the Subscriber at his Ladies' dPsatn Tallies
4 : and
It 'I- east banitof said t1.\ 1)11. and the wholly to the newspaper anti to a proper ; I 'ser"fi U lle.sides tli- diseases
( Store, Main: Street in frent of the Publ.r D'I.0,1" Stnndy.!
T.A- !Pinch of the l reek known by the improvement of "tile condition of i, above enumerateI! I presi-ribed' the u',-, nth
no..l1ill do.
\10 nair.v ..' Indian Pats and bounded there I tie! Press" we invite sued further mbcnj rfqnaie. 2 with grat success iu 1I: !,ul'i:11 cater: anU

on on IM- South ami I U cst-on allothcrSale ( t > ,lions, as, being punctually: will J. P( .HelY: tl I Set'? dining rani tables.do' aecond..rphHi3..

i\ vacant lands. lit ,:,rl11c'I' tract remunerate 'labor! and expenses.i Pensacola, Nov. 21st. 1828 -.,] -tf. pair
3 BM! eads.) In g-ving; th-i 1t tTviv ofll-c merits: cf
\Vas oti,malSv printed bv Moral" to \1.1- i .'Yttiio.iat Intelligencer is published Wash SfMnd will lipsr.ld I the Cuiunbia't.; *-'
< f-ir
Cash at p. I divested! mv
Subscriber inlorniR
', zule7.iii 1H07 t'lo latter I dady at Ten D-'llirsper aiinu.n, payable HE respectfully I -
no' \.1) > -- tract
j reduce i I piicea, In t'iI.r a roni'!:nmiin.ifaines language ntir"ly of teclcvc-i1! ; terms the
his friend and the Public ,
i isiu d for gemrally
tvari: itfd by Monies to John IJ. Atexflm'.ro | in :i'lvj.ce. It H publ also, the .
in IbOtf. Tiiey hiv: been h'vic-i on more conwment circulaiion where a dai- that he is now prepared to furnish, d I 1, (antes.Mirrhfith better to hf umlcrstood} f by thn-"f' to \yn 'nit

", tJ satlltfy said Ji ecutitttt and r.tl,. I) mail does not penetrate, three times a the shortest notice IS:J.-H.--ill is mtc'ided of to conveits ..Q'r.I<. '1 :,,) t
Iloila"s Irngth time the ,liseise"have i J-. endissipated
WCCK nt Six per annum payable MVLL VYVO.VS .
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A. tsor'(1Uti.J1ar3.I
thlt !
CL'Pvuces tnf, {tae curry
in advance.! A remittance of cither of I-
'_; 1 al. these a>nouinin ba'ik by mail, of every description as ch::.j1 as they can KlllC j I 'V A. Sftll, frc.CUSde are ptrmaxenl, and} it rny: witt! proj>ntv

Jhn:luL's OFFICE, / rill ensure the plompt and paper regular trans-I be imported, with the additional l: : by the Sl1h"'I'ihel'.lat..I l' hv said', that its h-ahng qualities rank it

lnnacnia.! 26ili Jun.' lr.23. 5 '" -.- .flll of I every paper that may be ore I!I tage of their being warranted ; and h'al1-1 I'Jl" received fro-Ti. New Orleans, among the firs r"f"dlt". ot the present
warranted Axes at the sarl'trate Kirchivasscr (of the Ulack I'ore,1) lay. .JOHN. .\\\VCi.; M.D'
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FOR' 8ALU.THL I. I. subscribing, will please to sipniwii.U.tr will also be thankful far orders for work I I C'hampa'ujne (Sparkling) Philadelphia: ,March 5, I8'.S.

: I : |..rTty[ of Co.. .I.thn !!. f -. they desire the fur of any description in his 01.1 line of business Gugnoiet Ant't'rtl (French Cherry Cor The above inent'od Mcdirine ran ')l
f 1'i Fcn\t.k.: m 1 P"II'iacpia :", i it ; yvar 'It ily, and then to be stopped paper with- ; und tttich as hr III,:) he favored I I I dial k ) I procured, at thi-f,' doll.us per fJ'a't fxit-

'r vicimt\ is yt I'm "a111' nuld JIlt hrther notice, to wish it to be conI with will be performed with exj;> edition Muscatel Wine best quality. tie of the Subscn'iers who will exmt.it

he dla:1gCll for property m St. \Un U- t"r.ut-i anal Con 'cr'nAllllt'I. and! in (the most workmanlike manner at I BerdoatixOil. to any person applnnjf: the rrrtdiratci

rhh Aprly' loUobctt I 1VhulbtnR: Mtrcu 5, 1829. his Hlacksmith's Shop in IVn..e.ula. White Wine Vinegar: do.J.. of cures alluded! t_ by lm',1' \laywcg1 1

: Alitclicll.PcnaacaU Subscriptions received at toe Office oft James I'endleton. Pcscay.16th I Vauhaiiu & )\ itOil.Pensacola .

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