Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 28, 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
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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T'rrt.lcRrm+ WEEKLT: VY ('rand the lantern that was to givj e tl t water; he pulled for th m,jumped onshore I had touched his lips ; this was impossible together with that of her children.{
w', Ir.fJ\.SELL Rtr.l T. l light; when the moon departed, com- fastened the painter of his boat: : if the tide still flowed, he This should be her sole aim ; another ,s
Publifhir aftisl.nwaoftf'criiilcil: s'.i.e I plated the group-if we except ann,- to a jutting part of a cliff, and took could reason so much. He opened theatre of her exploits in the bosom o '
and: rJlIle Territory uj Hurliia i I jblf! ? Nt-ufoundland flog some steps i ir i a' his boat-hook with him. He collectedr : his eyes, and faintly murmured forth, of her family, where she may do as
TERMS i imlvanre ol the party, welching foiif j a sufficient quantity of the weed ; but I{I' Oh God be merciful. The much towards making a fortune as ho at.
:: the nod to commence his march to a, i in his to obtain it, had flow of the
FOUR POU.ARS rt'fa"unm. in alvanre: i iparmrnt eagerness : ocean had nearly ceased ; possibly can in the counting room or 'it.
'n -WerrtMl six mouth", FIVE:2 ,; kind of pier where the fisherman and I II\j wandered from the landing place, !there he stood motionless ; but the workshop. It is not the moneyi
DOLLARS: will f>eONE rrrluireLCp } !I his hoy were to embark. when he heard his boy loudly' hilloo- ing and weeping, thinking of his nraY-beloved i earned that makes a man wealthy ; :jf' .
:AdrrriPPnrnta DOLLAR. tar int4f'rt.t: c 'erv eonruou*;>''rI'I:;!liar:; n*'1 I "Good :luck, good luck!" rxclaim- '! ing and exclaiming that the painter home, and hoping that his place :' it is what he saves from his earnings. ,fie
FIFTY | fd the old man "good luck, and safe i: was loose. Ho rushed) instantly to. there A and
{Drupe fir. each roiitiiiuanrr-longer ORCI! in home John want no more i wards the boat, which was several The
pro j again: ; ye waters in a short time subsidedand !! a deposit of the fruits of his labor with
.. portion.ALL than Uod's blessing, and tint-ye may' :; yards off, the boy was vainly ctidea- he Was enabled.to stretch his his hest friend : and if that friend be
KIN OS OF0ID have for asking : but ye may as well I vormg to use both tin oars ; and chilled limbs, and then to warm not true to him, what has he to hope: it-
:P4 lf t.tIf: take mine too-God bless ye, ;and I Neptune, the fiithfnl; deg, was tun them hy exercise. Soon the rock I Ilf he dare not place confidence in tho JrI
good bye to ye." f. ning backward and forward!, howling 1 i was left dry as before ; the fisherman companion of his bosom, where i is ho pg
!tH AMI'1rU.tY* NpAT: (.Y KECFI7ET KMCUTKI: ), ) OK AND RCA8O.VABLXTyisMs. P51OMPTI.I: The blessing was heartily echoed I fearfully, as if conscious of his uiaster's knelt down upon the desolate spot [ to place it ? A wife acts not for her. fri
AT THIS orncE.This by his kind partner\ and children, and 1 danger, at one niunent'aboui to among the billows-prayed ar.d blessed ( : self only, but she is the agent of many hbI
wlmtlirs i *.' as he vent, with' -his boat plunge into the waves to jo'n himaud, his Creator she loves '
IlIh.t.cr; 'nmmc'n"! tfi! $ivth! 'f'nttinct. < Preserver I and she is bound to act for od
ih.* present? Ktlitor appeared iPfna P / honk on his shoulder, his dog Nepj the next licking the face aid hands of Oh it was the well-known bank ': their good, and not for her own graft- ;
chI l'nhic! in the lespoiuilile ifitiiau: 1 hollien : I j tune before,and! his boy f following, he the child, as if he foresaw that for of his; faithful dog that he had heard ; fication. Her husband's! good is tho ''th

alp runrerns assumed. h'IVl'.t Snire Hint>n place period to his pulicrfitti pri-! : trudged along to tlir* beach. f him his protecton was Most needed. above the Waves, in another moment t j I end at which sh.' should aim, his approbation r1I
'! liH! the former have become jo m- With the eaariestdatvnof'theniorl-! The fisherman perceved at once J the creature was licking his pale : is her reward. Self-grati '0
ficf.tr as to le.mml: iiiimrdiate Attctitisn.'llmt f ing, the fisherman's familv; !. were astir": ; the desperate nature of lis situation ; cheek. He was saved : for his own .I fication in dress, or indulgence in ape j
so'wo (uiriicn of his title ay now I l-.r ,,1 time elder<< : girl! was: busily! arranging I the tide he know was oming in rapidly boat had touched the shore, and his I I petite, or more coaspany than his hb
Devoted to the settlement nt'lii< olltlandllh'; : j their little parlour, whilst the younger I and his hope opscape vas at own his 1 well
rla'iTi. and to ;>iiv; tp corresjionrienre. heLas I { boy was in arms lIe (had : purse can entertain, are equallypernicious.
pronirod. for the present} at Least, tier; :[ was }preparing the breakfast table, in end, when he perciived that his (been drifted to the land, and had easilv The first adds vanity to \\1r:
r...-ot t.ition of A. Gordon Esq., iu the* I i aud the mother spreading before the boy, in an effort to nsrthe oars had r found those who rowed hard for II extravagance ; the second fastens adoctor's 4
Kdi'oria: : diifirs. fire the clolhes of her husband and let one of them fal 1 overboard he chance of.saving his father's life.. bill to a long butcher's ac-
March 17th, 1829.Address .. boy. An hour passed, and she grew Father, father," exclaimed the Now noniffwar/t I' I tbY
--:0_ __. .d.it4TuJ. --- cll'Liomewaro : : treVus7lflltJTKfHl.
-= !somewhat nr.easy that lie had( reiriHined poor lad, what sfiili I do 1"f-we exclaimed.: -f"omc\v W
1>: \\ .{i}-,. abroa! beyond the: usual period of neat at this, moment s* di tan-" thnt echoed child ; and Neptune jumped lo:
J-_.-__&__- __.____ ==:::""'=" I !his return. Another hour had elapsed, his distracted parent; cojltl scarcely I and burked ot the welcome sound. Young men read Mis.-Gen. Met. lY
i when she said to her father, "Fathergo hear the words ; but he tolled out to The fisherman's family were still : calf, the present governor of Kentuc It
out to the I hillock; : and try if you him as loud as he could| to trust in supplicating! Providence upon the ky, was brought up a stone mason, b;
iM'ryrt can see his sail upon; the water; he God the fat Lor of the fatherless! He hillock that overlooked le: deep ; and worked at his trade many years
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seldom stays out so long! when the sea then sod resigned to tip fate which when the old man started from his after he became of age, even till elected -
y i i'? calm and} the weather f fair ; my lit-( he felt awaited him: audwatched the I, knees, and exclaimed :_" We are to fill the honorable station ofa .lB.
tie! boy (too was not q::itn uul! last drifting boat that bore the child in heard there is a speck upon the member of Congress. All his splen l"
night, arid this alone should have pats peril from the fatal rocks.: lIe had I distant waters." did acquirements had been the result O
ItI1f'tl: him home." offered up a brief prayer to the throne .i Where, where," was echoad by of his improvement of the evenings
to a Dying Infant. The old man went forth( ;it;4 one of im-rcy, when in tn instant, a light II. the distant group ; and he pointed and nights, after his day's work wan
Tender noftness Infant mild bv one his grand chi'uicn follo'vcfj I broke upon his mind. "Good God !j" out what he hoped to be the absent done. He is now elected Governor
Perfect, sweetest' loveliest' Child him, until the mother was! :left! alone, II'c' exclaimed, "i tray yet be saved.: boat. They eagerly strained their and is only between 45 and 50 yearsof '
TrHiiJien! ln tre, l-faniTou* clay. rocking the cradle! of her unconscioushalio. the energy of hope battling with II eyes, but could see nothing ; in a few age. _.__
Smiling wonder of a dnE're )! After the taps: of another i despair, he collected all the atones I minutes! however, all perceived a sail ; -0

fhp 1sS1Rrnd ';\1' q:>n hour, her daughtert'weuMi; with: news around him and hpjprd them rapidly still it was impossible. to tell the direction : d tit U ING:* : -
thy imrr !Niinr i'tart: that a neighbor: had spoken to her rather upon the highest K'dje: of rock : it i I in which i its course lay.
E'er the long eiichuin i swoon, in the night, and! tIC would certainly was indeed \vondorul how he could i t I Then was the agony of suspense ; PORTSMOUTH, (N. II ) June 18.
Weigh thy lovejy eye lids ,10wlI: te! soon home. have gathered so many in so short a j jit I continued however but for a short Great Political Operation ?-*
Oh regard a Mother's moan, "God grant it!" said she, and} slip time ; but the Almijlity! gave strength i 1 time, a boat was evidently advancing There has for many years past beena
Fairest Anguish Late with rapture blest my !fight, never stayrd t away so long !but once, I for life merely, but for beings, still i iI 1 I they could clearly perceive a man at employ, by the name of Spin.
Ere those orbs extinguished he, :and that was when he saved ihe anew .'I dearer to him. The tide! came on, I the bow waving his hat over his; I UP)'. We really do not know the a
Bend their trembling' beams on me. 02{ the ship 1 Mary ; and then tc!: ivliiilof !' .ion! on, and soon obliged him to I head, and soon after the well known I style or title of his office, but believe:
Drooping sweetness verdant flow'r !
Blooming; withering in an hours the sinkinc, vessel had well: nigh! abandon his work. lie then mount- bark ot Nrpiuun teas borne to them his duties consisted, principally in
made 'his grave.1* ed the pile he had heaped, planted his by the brf'e7.e.-The family rushed to keeping the floor swept, for which
EVr thy gentle breast' sustains Again site, sinclll'H' fire, again t ar- boat-hook firmlv! in one of crevices of the extremity of the rude pier ; and high political trust a small compensa*
Latest, fierrest, mortal piiin, ranged the Clothes liof,)rt it, end poured the cliff; and prepared to struggle! for the loud Iluzzn of the fisherman was tion was allowed him. Not being
Hear a suppliant ; 'let rue be, some hot water: into the !tea cop:. : exisrence ; but his heart f failed him, answered hy 'welcome, welcome gentleman of very extensive correspondence .
Partner !iu thy. deslinv. FLORA. Still:( the breakfast remained uciouohO'l. when he considered how slight was of his f father, and the almost inarticulate ) he was not a.little surprised -
-- f. the possibility: that the waters would 'tlrink God,' of his wife. a few days sinrc, to find in
;\\\SC \ 1J1J. X' The sun was flaw soaring to his not rise above his head.-Still, he And now ;dl was joy and happinessin his hands n letter with such imposing
.:- --=..-:-- -- --_ .- meridian hcipht, ,when once more the determined to do all he could to pre- the cottage where there had been aspect and high official marks, as betokened *
Prom the Amulet *
for 1829."rUF. family assembled! in their (humble I serve life. The '\Vawerc<< not I so much wretchedness : the fisher- some great good fortune to
F.SIlERMAX.-Ul/. G. It all. I dwelling; tho prop of the whoiy was I rough and the boat-hook supportedhim. man, his bov, and his dog,"were safe his humble condition. From the
It was as calm an evening! as ever )et wanting. They sat down to their from> the perils of the great deep, but character of the appointments recently .
came Ircm hca"Jf'n-t sky and tin-\ cheerless meal the scats at either II The awful moment rapidly approached he would return no answer to the made, he saw no reason, why he
earth ivoie trawji; :!, HS if- no storm side of the wife remaining vacant.- ; the water had reached his many questions, as to what had detained might not also be promoted to some
from the one had ever disturbed the The old man was the only individual knees ; but ho stood firmly and prayed him so long beyond the usual' high station-and although the little
repose of the other ; and even the ivht a1t 1)card to anticipate; no evil, : that he might be preserved. On, hour of his return ; Wait, my wife," matter of reading and writing had! become -
ocean-that great higir.v.iy of the hut he hastilv I liuished\ his breakfast on, on, on it came, slowly and gently, said he, ** until we have dressed and rather obsolete with him, yet
'orld-Iay as geiuleas if its bosom and went forth.>, i iI hut more fearfully than it raged aroundits refreshed ourselves, and you shall the time had been when he could:
had never betrayed, as if no travellerhad I The noon was rapidly passing: and destined prey-soon it reached his know all, but before we do either, let spell as well as some of them. After
ever sunk to death in its embrace. the sun had already \'en tokens of waist, aid he then prayed that it us bless God for his mercy, for out of rubbing his spectacles winch by the
The sun had gone toyn. and the (pensive tire glory of his departure, when the ; might! go no higher. On, on, on, it great d'finger hath he preserved me." hy, although they had been in his ser I}
twilight would have reigned over fisherman's wife having hHelllH'r infant : cam?,and his shoulders were covered; Never wag there a more sincere or vice many'years, had riot grown old
nature but for the moon which rose asleep, went herself to the hill hope now died within him, and ho more earnest prayer offered up to the quite so fast as his eyes, and conningover
in full orbed hpautthe. queen of an that commanded an cxtvnsive view. thought of himself no longer: but of Giver of all goodness, than ascended his new commission again and
inimitable world, to smile upon the' of the wide spread ocean. .All the those who were so dear to him-his from that humble dwelling. And again he could not for the soul of
goodly things of ours, and .to give a.. little household assembled on the spot, wife: his! children, and his fatheritwas when the fisherman had hold his tale, him tell whether he was appointed 3L.
radance and a *glory i to all she shone 'slut no boat was seen upon the wa- for blessings on them that he how fervently did-they all repeat the Deputy Collector, Surveyor, or In { r
upon. It was an hour and a scent 1. ters-nothing that could give. hope, then implored lieaveu. Still, on, on, ...urds that had given\ them so much spector. Sohigh with hope, he resorts x s:
that led the soul to tho contemplation except the wave which looked too ; it came, and he was forced to raise consolation in the morn.ng: : to the aid of a friend to rang
of Him, who never ceases to placid to b dangerous. his head to keep as long as possible '* Fearless let him be, whose trust is nounce to him his promotion, whets a Ye
" watch over the works he has made, Their deep dread was no longer from death ; his reason was almost in his God." with interest he listened, while his W 1 1.)
and Tiho e : his breath feeble his friend read to'him in an audible voice
protecting care displays concealed ; and while the old man paced gone, grew -- -
itself alike upon the solid land and to and fro, looking earnestly at hubs chilled; he panted and his prayers From the Providence Evening Gazette the foil owilJC! letter:
the trackless wastes: of a deceitful l sea. brief intervals upon the lonely sea, became gurgling murmurs. The ECONOMY IN A FAMILY. "Custom House, Portsmouth, l -
On the western coasts of the county the mother and daughter were sobbing blood rusid to his {head : his eyeballs There is nothing which goes so far "2tsf May, 1829.
of Devon, which has boon termed, audibly. glared as if they would start towards placing young men beyond !I! lSiu : Permit: me to inform yon t
end it may be :HU!<,d, justly, "the "Fearless let him be whese trust is from their sockets. He closed them the: reach of poverty as economy in that the scurrilous abuse which fills the
garden of En-jI-m-J\ ," upon such an in is his God !" exclaimed the father. with, an effort, and thought for the the management of their domestic af- papers of the opposition! party,vgaiust -
evening agintij' iu1! ns-rnibledarmind. The sentence was uttered involuntarily last time on the hums thai would fairs. I'! is as much impossible: to get the virtuous Chief Magistrate of our
one of the t fi,'cniM-i'* rot'a l"'e O The but it had its effect. mon be so wretched Horrible a ship across the Atlantic with half I co-intry, compels me, even had I a
ibiijiini was t built! in the true styleof images were before him--each swell a dozen butts started, or as many bolt I wish to continue you in office, to ,
"Ay said tie\ mother "he always
lliu ildi'i tirji" v.-h-M ('omort was ef the wave: seemed as if the fiends holes iu her bottom, as to conduct the 1 say, that your services will not bo
trusted in God and he will not
the principi! oj! ''ti of'the! projector.At forsake him now." were forcing him downward, and the concerns of a family, without economy. l wanted after the first day of Juue next,
either siio! ol !she door were scattered cry of the sea-bird was like their yell It matters not whether a man furnish I. "Respectfully, }our oh't serv't.
the lines, and nets and baskets: "Do you remember, Jane, continued over their victim. He was gasping, little or much !for his f family, if there is JOHN P. DECATUR, Collector.
that bctokeni't the failing of the owner the old man, "how often Providence for be had not strength to keep his a continual leakage in the kitchen, I "Mr. JOSEPH>> SPINNEY. .
and the fisherman was taking his was with me, amid the storm head above the waves; every momentit or ia the parlour, it runs away, he 'Ye powers !" what can ever shake .
farewell for the night of his happy,I and the wreck, when help from man was splashing upon them, and knows, not how ; and that demon, I an Administration supported by such .
loving family, who were bidding him wee far off; and" would have been useless each convulsive start that, followed, waste, 'cries more, like horse leech's I vigilance? In truth, father Spinney
"God speed" on his voyage. A fine, 'bear ? -And cheering and encouraging only roused him to the consciousness, daughter, until that provider has no is willing to take his "book oath," that a
old man was leaning his arm on he: one another to hope the if consciousness it could be called], more to give.-It is the husband's duty 'I he has not written and published any -c
railing and : (ties!, but to submit to the decree of the would bo his into the house and it is the i abuse the virtuous
talking to an interesting 1. I that next plunge :o bring against present
girl, whose hand toy upon the shoulder [leaven whether it came as the gen- last. duty of the wife to see that nothing \I Chief Magistrate of our country-and
of a younger sister. The stout< tie dow to nourish, or as the heavy Merciful powers-at! the very goes- wrongfully out of it ; not the least hath never been the Editor of any of
fisl'p.nnan! dressed in his rough jerkin, ruin to oppress ; from tho hillockwhich moment, when the spirit of a man, article, however unimportant in itself,<: the papers of the opposition party.
ami 1 large boots that reached far above;: overlooked the ocean, ascended had left him, and the cold shudder ol f: for it establishes a precedent ; nor under i But there is a reason for you You
the kneesvas' .in-the act of kissing iJ i iHttlHrh'riib )I their mingled prayers, that God death had come on, ho felt that the I any pretence, for it opens the doors anti-Jacksonites-answer that if. you y
who! seamed terrified a t; would! Hot leave them dcsohte. tide came no higher. His for ruin to stalk in and he seldom! leavesi 1 can.-"Huzza !"-C m.Adu. .

hen: ;; eifvated so Inch- as the father1:II The fisherman-the object of theirhopes opened, closed, and a. fearful laugh i an opportunity unimproved. A manI .
lips. ; will t' tile uifn gull mother, WI:;t and fears-had been very successful trouhlco! the waters They eddiedin I gets a wife to look after his affairs ; to Grccnotk Anecdote.-A poor person
her infant "Ii'i.;; .;; on ;her lap, iva looking JuiR.uii.s1.: : tijvm ''j> I to educate and prepare his children ( to the magistrate to have two of :
as she br,* .-it'd) iv- t tand I'. ;,Hf*> blf'S*all'r, : ir. remembered his promise tc higher-that ho knew-again- ant 1 II! for a proper station in life, and not to> c! his children admitted on the poor'
the \rvcr lii. :tic .,1.' rwti rn. A'1 hringvitli: him some sea-weed to manure again his bosom heaved with a duet(3'' dissipate his property. The husband's i I roll. How many have you j* said the
Hide bnu, lie unniatinu uOj'n faihe r tin putatue-plot behind his cot. sob, as hp drew in his breath, an j interests should be the wife's care, and I i worthy baillie. 'Five and twenty,sir,'
in coutucnanrc clad ifs dregs, bearini:g 1a'' lie u'a9.then close to rock!s gave it faith again in agony. A mi- her groatest ambition carry her no i., replied the petitioner-'Five and '
a luiw boat rtik! 'across lair sliouh1w -t v7i i't r.l h: were only discernible<< at !In"r mite had passed since tho salt sei;11 j further than ta.welfareaodhappiness,,I i tweogr*' re-ecbocd( th? baiHio ;' and



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I1 and l the pondence, newspa- prevent inju:) the Gazette. W [{. H. '
i A ,- \ 't!:il't!, r fllUin! ;; to ;w tn 'he t..ite election pets, and the general l C'lllhdtIICe'which list, such a discretion(} is iitJ ullJiulyl1ecp..ary. ,
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if in all th, -iiSordinnte Offices of the ;lJv- constitutes tho can: no way be dis- : EJ j tj tj I

I bed ; at-d bcisi"! !ul.j liiey had) none to9t.lre i eminent is execrated every where. 2t the :j object of tbd Deparlim-nt! Do not i penscd with, under the present provij !: (O* AcciutiU'aro

j iiil'pt'r! >ish'4t, till. the landlady j' curses art- not only I loud but deep The ,; the feelings of every candid man, i1111! I j| sinus( of Ihe law For it is fioqucntly loom- kiilijciioors made:indi out.eriininatelr.and I forwarded

suid in a juke, "I till you, jou 1! wo- :! recall ft" Gn Harrison and the placing the sincere lover of ihe ills:lulion-o, out of tho power of business} men to wllh I lhi iniuiVr.; Those! who: have drtllCli[

n1:4I1 I have none, unless jou call ,4: Fnp Pant Moore" in hw place w reli I thc purity and. freedom of his country, call personally{ for their lett ;rs. They with any of our mllioriz'-il I agents f,r till;
hamlet village
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I J prc\-L'l) rthli the w.ler to ;,i\c you i; Ohio.ir eveiy j revolt at a 'system so rorlIpt-ar ; despatch; messengers> ; but unless' whole or any part of the bills! now fora':rl-

;""" ", 1 half of Ins.." ",Ve1!," witl she innucenth .!; m JUtl'f: McLean, the late Post-Master I reform, cadet color of which so foal tth e 3' choose to give such messengers i ed whom, are they requested have paid to-call settle on the the account Agent

"i; he is "sober, j:tudcnt man, t'IIt'/I., does not hesitate to express I cnunuics: : ar d PY'en 'Purpetrate 1 unlimited authority over! the seals! of f in' full, and! desiie that we may b<* inf. nn-
.i i should liul him in condemnation of Gen ed of ,
t-. mind ; plainly their letters, they must now expect lo! i |n c.isrs wh re money cnnn'il lnreniillf'd ,
J.Icksl"'* proscriptive po'icy.! He fears te Dnnstable Ga=ele. be now, our ; ar.
Ludicrous Antedate.I -It any nmusrihv taken in occasionally in tIm patioin 'iptCIully c
Ir I lit will lead to sn overthrow of the fiber ttfjoiin -W* take up no oaperi from way lequested to forwird due bills for lilt full '.

redet.o lie inlorrwil! that among ties of the country and destroy our free any p-artof !the country' that does not contain -j i I postage.'{ The E post-master ;general I i amount) due :-takinj! care also to pay lh :

0UIII. nl.ltir;+ll 1 iiisuntiirnis I Jill'A inot'milions. He thinks J.Cf'kur1I administration an account of some new removals I is not willing it seems tu trust to the jUJtalC.<

"I" f: an 11I\r1 :ef'' ,r IdHcClf"l -, which t J used I' should be the last to abuse the from office. anti new appointments It discretion of his deputies : and! has 1 1I

r s.-.nVJiim s\4i let II!)' srrvatil look patronage in that wax, as i it was an al- was our ;intention to> have published! a' |laid i a positive injunction that no I Jl.nG B McLilA.v.-Tlie Nashville! Banner r'

Jed ; (l hose of patronage, in the same liftt of the whole, as they appeared, but it I pos- of| z'Mi, June announces Hie ailjournji. uf ,'
(hr *5ji. ,11 1 qi: 'Ia then sur- is be .
< to refunded
-.K'} | tag on an overcharge -
\vay, that assisted to j.bee the General I i in would be impossible. Upon the election lie\ U. S, Circuit Court and clods' un ar-

Th i. f jtti iQ** .tl seeing the word turned: upSide the seat he now holds. The course til of (;encra! acl&on, it 'a as our dctrrmi- unless tho letter has been i t tide oil 'lie Mihjc'.t with the following no- :

t down ; oln.f. in p.-iriicular} ihe usunishiirnt the General mpidly tfcct'nig! throughout nation not to publitfh any '.pieces censuring opened under the eyes of a post mas- tIC c' of .Mr McLean, late PI) t Master Gc- I

hen the whole Western country ;i great octal, an+!.now Judge! of that Court
> ,1 < they exItresctd, R they eilUet him or his cabinet, hoping tcr or hi; clerk. Such a rule wo repeat',

t i' .S.lW own and ionion walking on theirfieai.'s charge! Daily I !hear those who 'E'ri amt especting that: he would p'arc fail (a work injusMca: on tilt,' |' ''On the whole, he hn. luring tilt shot:
( his friends the election rank themselves {i"teicourts of the Tenn t
: without tilt- clulhes l falling at cite that liber:! and magnanimous course presi'iit given us
r' in the Opposition all parties co:! of conduct which he had so ably recommended community. Tl i is sheer foily to suppose xinple a S3 tin;nee of his; int
tlo';'ii. It got about in iht1 canton- demo him. I shall! a heart ant hai.d to Mr Monroe. :No o'.e coud! I that all the mere!) ints and men I aii-l tincomin.ii industry, of li'u worth as ainni. t1;

: mrnt, that he engineer Sah.ib had a ,' with the people ol tlie west \\ advancing reasonably object, that hr should sr.lrct I ofbusille s wiil cill daily and personf.: hU dignity; :,I1IJ u', ;.uiiy as a ;eiitle- r.

t t tel,*sr fact rould) turn people upI M r. Clay who is rjill.t'r' d.iy in pub ; MI, ;out uf ln.4 uhitiirtltr promise as ;i
I ipo ; those for his cabinet, who ha: -been i I ally for their 'letters, mid that all the Jtnljje of! t.p

bide nonn l without the I hitter part of he eiteein, falsehood calamity and p-rse his pirtic''ar: 'friends and favorites.: It j letters received ini !IrC cilv will bu; i attainments.highest" lepuUtion and aiaI'le.st -
I all cut ion, having: had their -ay! I fiat also that he would I
tilt 1 I'JJt lInn\: on being g1'nl', Y was exported remove | opened in the Yet unless II
traveled through the centre of Kentucky r post ( iIlc, |
know So 1 used someiitnes to a- some from office and appoint lit hi:1 '. Hut ; .Tore Rtfjrm !-\V.* nn-Arsiiid! unitreport thu
from une-end to the uthi-r, Aral do not recollect u-e arc greilly disappointed the they do so, injiisii, u may bo dono f
course j of ilif Tinnval 1 III HE.SRY \'U.'o1OII
11I'f' myself, by pointing my glass at that I met hardly an eremy of 'tt'. which we supposed General Jackson them' under the present rule, and' j I 1-;-,( fruui lilt U.cc of \lar;h.ll+l at:> K.ry

the xv.i.wn as they pissed my iviu- Clay, the people every ncre, lj'prar/-! would punue. Thii newly inventednrinciple I. from that injustice' there is 0'> appeal.: VV..r. :3 confirmed, and that ?!r. Joif,l :

dog ; upon. which they would run asihcv de'-ottrdt'i him, and Here anxious for an. i ofcfom appears lo be fusing: ,' .I It appears to n", that a constnciui{! : I)t-IT.; : l lave of Sparta, Ala.: !las been ap-
fait could Ilnntt. opportunity to give him their count itself into department of the !! pori'f.l liim.V" f
as holding every Go-'j thus| rigid of the ruleV.IJ totally un- (f' ":
clolh.s diiivi' wish: their hands nanceyn9uppurt. rnment, axl no office1, however l.l.'a .j I I j \ '* i i\no>v not what "rr.-fion cnr.n'-ctcd
t. : blJ.lh called for und"is
led who i I fo the {last degree I +vii! the! Pu'ific!
Advenfure in India. From the Long Island Star. or o'lscttir.! was friendly to the IIIh!I t'su" eistd l for ihr

#_ _*______. .Wr.! Clay.-}Ve give this week a pelt"/. lust Adiniiiiirt.itinii, i is t.) retain his oiiicr. i I absurd, add wo cannot conceive thai I{' Jij.-'ii-s.il of Oilicer.Ve; il,. not !.poor

.-- -- nf the able avd exct-llent speech ol Mr h Mow ably ancifaithfuHv soever a ier'..ihavr .! ic should. apppear otherwise tll a:,y ill whlt m.11wr \lr..0:0 cte:" ',. ,: tl I:.

P'iJLITICAL-- Clay at a dinner of his old lends in Keitucky. : loos "l.sci..rged hi I duties, this will f I .! person of common sense or discernmutit. I dllif'I .f Ill+ Oict.: i-,' I'll: Ta.! ..1'J ''li

_.' -. _= -._ :-=- Every disinterested citizen cannot not he sufu'citit to shield him mm t'ie' j! Iilh..r! '...I1? tru.lr. Is Mill lid ; +t :: Mr" .!<> .
Ftum Washington.Vo were ( efipll'wlky which is k now iii yv.-.at viuniatioii he Irai; :..-,i Ll Ie
a but approve of the correctness of tlie rr now I 1:11opeiation. : -.
day 01 i wo' go, favored'.Ith hearing sentiments advanced, and took upon theiV Waoevi-r lus Miiricie.it independence : hy hit,url! burs and l Ciieiun i i.: tis city,

r 'I-/ lJrlt HNti'1 HV leut'f ftOru author aspne ot 'fee shining statesmen otfixed tj expi'esi his aentimtMti, G' .t Z.:1 "i {' E-- for Ih! tail seven yeais. \Vtf.-a'-J It au1

tr A i Wttn 1m' gTJV- --- --. -- _L -___ Au.... non..t I.. and will not nn-anly bend to the powers versa: l>niSI apjdobalion! and joy wicttr
eminent Wnshin a: :a snccessorto Gi-ncni; Jcksou. that bm"st expect tn h. I ----- Mr"t' A.-J"lI1 ben'edn this mihricc:
ar ton, to his friend deprived 1 :'
iu tifis I city We However charitably we m.vy look upon ihe attic/ if he hoAN t one lie it In be stripy old ; rntlcroan ii->fwil:,+ .ln ling I.e wt3 ;I. I IIr.
si:ite the substance J
e ways iijiijr-iel oj';>u->trj+ I.) him in politics,
: errors of the present udniiai-uratiop. the p..t l of nil tbe hunur9 And 'hnnenti I of
fron1 recollection. at the permission so valtDible: all Oilice:! and we' iinw hear
loo for office il he lita .
I are plnrin Jr cunc< aliiciit; or ell'.t u- not *h' uted for Jickso.ij

thi !:rilt! >maiieceivingit, who cirrl/I-) 1 gy, cud little can be no (further obli At1+, What> po .sibfc !lienefit can lc.ult to the I ti r i is 1I01"i.his Ig ul.l but rejieta ai hiS being casfiere ..

ell! I"] mUtiiig us to take an eXII act jn the !ate friends: ->f General: 1 .I.1to tl'ig.. n, C"uttry troinchangi'i ll.}; such a iiiu'titurle I It U i ijxjssiile age fa foietell where Pro.

:\ Bui' il'vve cannot civc \voriiiofiho
wriier:! \\y vouch for tilt accuracy of 1 : ations. The tine; is IIt.r.t. w den only one opinion will -t\i\ will accept c'ilc-s, when it is discovered
pre\ null Tel
his our + iory! were not callfd: ur: :i r the'
uncTh" I I ail! those free and <>fptmknt! cilieuvxvho ; that they holdthciii. flf'l b>:c|)oiii'ii ft) the cleralio of(139

wilier, whose opjortnnitios of I nave: no pt-rsortul: lnt ere>.; ill sultpi Jrt. seft.hem, trot because ihcy have !I plt-'t'1J1 I'rt' ltlrlt : ,..r nit had si?' voice ill

iuf'M minion ait :nod, and whoso 1 title I iniJ a reign of 'rQI.. [.J t'l -ur!] nieanly sncr fictd their ownsei.Umcnts to | I thai t It' .iiitii. But xvc will h .z..r>l th- pre-

I to c'If ditisns valid l as any man's; dis'vIovrsilifHtaieoftiiiiijsin I i We \lIm 1: it tl, make pltnse Ibone uho are in povvc* ? This :-, 1 =.- '-== -. ,litiii: >-i t'uf: at souitf: !'uinre I'"' hut, it \\lll: .
unnecessary '
A- )
' I any proscriptivs .sys'.er; is aiming a d"ady! 1 "f ," t ,. i''fI lie f-i.tii'i, ti:'.t a few iteli-c.iiiiiitii'v C''ira-
Gen. Jr.rkso's I polo I ,; v for publishing Mr. Clay's'! sptt-ch -.
political Ht enlirt.to the exclusion our nsrni! blau a the'! freed-ju uf! oiinionof| arch' r- ___ _.-: :._ __-_. _.._ ''_:_ .I_ =,._= mi'ti1-i.i: :i njve; made seciet i.iU i"iUe re.
family, nm'rniHtliiillv : vauety -
; and ot the press. ;low r.. there pr.>'<'f. ii;.Mis. wliicii: have ::1"11 received
President in convinced I'm' the g'-AliliriM-j.i; xv.uclia ; I Any f TUI:5U\r, .. .eLarh; ; )J5s3! (
all .
domestic aptloialt| who! are d lhI\'It'lIllIpU| the eiTiolu nesJ;s ami .-(-I' ..i a: true wiliion; :111 1 Ic.ist en-

j nt; :its. is undi'r the absolute influence I amply perusal! compensate of it will afford'for the OHI'I'c'ri' will i I jof oIS( !; for a support, that will not J.1!'e stile sws pettI' .'I rj i'.. f..i'(. Mxr.S.'a h.tve, if report

J 01 (;'iv'n, Hill, Inuliani ami a CJen. I j ,"Uur olher niH'trrs. 'J Ins nr.e..311'001:5.speech : f freely to eipr--ss tin-ir' opinio-is. \\'ltel'c-I i ---- --- ------.-.-- --- --=-- I "P-'ri J. tr..1/. !lI't'n"I.tv b'hJn"c liu!tH
wecoris'nier will suwn bf tlmt freedom+ of 1 I I I IV r.f i.-.i.'r v.-ifl.L.wlt: wi n tne MARK-
Van Ness, the chaiintan of the Jackson i tilt st opinion; To the. P uhlic.Villa
as iv+! hippy anil 1 rcbc! .: .
: which ontjot to diaractenzevery \meri I H; !i..t. tiP \.hl{ F.> s till I'f known tOlhtf
f'. ntral 1 committee at Washington.t effort ol'hh! great minri. In the! vale cfic 1! I... How mltny \tiSi there s..i.i oe. j I I tins NiniiiH I rut t:i.- i'" 113dcoa' G... \Y.: .' !, atni jiiiJ: !,i ii "H'"HIIIfby. ; the CJKZn.it'iilj' -

Oflll"s" jn't''s in11ut'.l1el' is i the l bi i''I- retirement sm-jn} his first!,liis lii''n M .L fl.l :: will not dare to stress: their opinions.whu, I I z 'lle and I Fl.m.ia \.h"Ili..d' cca3(; ir.yi -.e_

;I I" /hit hteidicst Irl:nda, all ;nlhrri!! r', CU'I/II'l'IIJII ',1111 *, -i< IMitu"; T: .' (;,!? will" .
and to his wishes the advice of all I { ;: uncu 1 :j; I lestltey mi/.lli\! '" uftenee. 1 If s'icli a I '.I IVojino we i.'n'nk: a correct 'sto ;-
t him to express their? untl'ttel! coi-Tideiict-;: : Illr. I have msp" .\il 'it' !!ic Ks!.ibii hmeit.riH ni iir" of toe clMiacter (,1':1 person vfn, will
others! is How I | 'iJstellll'i pur:;eL. xl!' inJc-pewdence und I
poisoned. Gieen
- ha 1 in his putty and patnoii-nR+i ai d their:- Ih'rmll1aliou I'J ur lreeioin+ wdi 93'1 11Cn'l--. I ni-uilem.ui whom f Ijt'Sifve; lo Le IWS"H- I al+'duy! e.ulf.ivo.-to supercede a N-i'hbor

secured such ;.u ascendancv, he ar- to cling to the pa'i lot a. well iin ;. rru'! +I'Iixb 1lfl"alY al..iumrni..lull -AJIU ;*, I in U.tice, and tn .+nnfh rite IIr":1IlIJUI 'Iho

coutr.'sfor: by hissuperioi: npportunitii" adversity! as in pnispeitj; the emf > i.; "'. wo.iM llk'erv fleeting person 'liy tllllM- mole tj'Mllllt'.I) wild told the? I' mOil +ii'ini neigi: iibur's+ children.

<, and his assiduous; n.ltivalinn of f ti"ns Iti:it most have filled t a lioso.n so sro to ronHidr1 the ':1 1 r:? of conduct! which am, b-i.iio ne a well! irnl Lauy<'t". lJiiil.. f. rile PitljfJiurgli {I'ttp| is contain an account -
I itive Ins been "iin- i hv wdi'j hive III' :'i'Uil'kll'l dlluhr n..t tlii.i! It." Cci7iir I f iveii t'ielfiiibi'r'
the weiikwpoinis in and fTHi'nl MS Mr. Clef\ *> arc bt tt i :ininv r"*- I .t "iipnit; by > af
: li,,(,l lor i".ji..li.ii 111 s4iur:.ivw tliii. Kiir, Cfntlr' h en a.i'biinfril: t/iolDcp. and th-n will incio.ne m ro.nilntioti and iaurAu.! : I'I i.ilitaii'i Jury 'II tilt removed Ma.slial.at
d, -ri i'. Crit.iin it i is, that In liasov l-injjtmj; } to t"xi'I't'>.. F.ir n> to attempt ., **',\', v.'hll.'i'T! +':ell iirD'intnivii aitr ,_.!. .1 .i-ll rnnliuuN. ..< i if n r\- i ii. 11It II051J1'r"ld wi>i-1 h lot{ pr ;e.ll Al.rs'inl' was Jar of the

<', i Irn Dairy anal \ H1t Dtnei, who 1.) tfiilogihe lay si-iecch "A-o-j.d be to h "d cnlateil' to ofuefit fiN country in our f'nelections. I /J lid -ni. '' S fu1 ;prlll"sjiulI. I ( 'nr.J| a.IV Un tliis! i !!ie Ciaci.i..ati Ga-

'. :! 1 hi'l'l'iuif l atlieu lit fll'lIll< sn.| |.. l'tI'! r..u.rk.
v.V' tioih w.'umlv. .ppoxi-tl) to I proM A can-He the MIII 11. tn-st fnlny i HI'i i my :

Sf1'i"} !. It. Gt ,','M, \"I.siics man; ip'iken in the coiinli-nauco" ol satib!,'iClion. itlir SFuve not some of he m+'st viopn! pirf ,I cruel, a, C'lioiiiiclor cit'.i pj'jlu- J.)urllat! it 11 ii! c'jiiilurt ifhf; ; rv.'nvcJ M.irli.il .
any i< kfi,
." :*. li.'Arrmovnl, lu- has c..: 1 t'/ I li
..'-. hf, : .. SIt. im'JI! : (\\ J".II;(., n<\ ri i (.vic'ioii. : uh'. fir I : :f C'IIIIIf'lIaI1CC .11.U {'VPf"I"| iutiplc! ot" sound: morality, H
: iiiM'it wit: liii fire l.f ii. .
I t 8 r.'i4. harden.d lo i ivorr >ler>t : '
'. | 11I1'1"H; 1 I. Wl/ta: hat .,,; ,1 I !ad tit 3:15,1., 'iriv in"jsui <' torah! hi? rmiv.iliivl:
-* <:.;Sh *'; no?) tI it 1 Iw IAI I Ic:1 ., t I
t ; "+ ;;lll..i..t.- True ,Lnrriiit:. 'Hla rt"I't'r l/di '111'1',1 :I.:! r\ 'I" I. Is not '"'h! the s: I
.. .111"Jy J or Ij.sillitldv. e.f 1:sIf I conrii* nilrnlato.1 I t') devpni' Ih| .. I -t.\h'i..trlHIJI. 1111.u i i ti -i.ivj ue tsliii 1 set-k his oilier.: Tin* 1 i\v punishesibu :
purey vtu : ;
ililnun. wh"11 it
; ,
1:0" This, kf' :,iIL CI! AY i is invited to atten-i 1 I oflht .rest ? lIow edit-ns viI: g ball very liiiiilcil matt tt !1i't+ neuufes liis neighbor's
c .k. \ i is ni":r toiiclii'l I I ; muny HO ) Sn,scripiia lit. ait.lwt\1: sClUc..ly .

til. : <-iii'pee! and* 1 instant StA 'l'(, .tiiolierttM"r: !t to I lit ,r-ivt'n him by the !i-'are I<, r'R'+ress th*ir senti.ni-nt.s ? T.'iei: I kuoMii "illl'"lt| ililiiiiiHof: nir City ; our I 1 >y. Is it not .

nrui n""SI' who aie tUii.stcisf.i'ihi' ciii7.+ns of Log.in cosmty. 'hnnA' lut :'lit honors and emnluoicnU c fat to alva Ifs it to it> fn'p-ii'iit siiualion, Whl'I 1_ ((I 4tdIIV rfj.-rfiioiibiblu t.a luidfrmiuehri ?
j I scff -
; }. .. it >in their This !;trip man\ situation i-! vl'vl:.- o'ficc await then if they hue r.o npiniona it ii nnivfisally kno" nand circiitateil! I in an oilico{ awl: a-iprive him of
to dUe nil of their will) .
IhH\'f'r o..n. blindly do wlu! Ihr.u llollt le
our vvn IVrrilury. nnd)
i. !.le tvta ui.der deft*:u. The .0IIIc! 11.1..1 I it 1 For I doubtvh" :her
I iliji' :!.:' i't'tidrnt> J hy the J conSIjiutiannL 1 Nver n coin Tianded On the contrary, i if t 1.tlnJlt-: mnItY otiiff: iMit* of tilt! Uuilt' 1 my |parr,
This .11 fctonn is over, and he: a".,sin lives in lh \ dare freely to their Sral.t& .11"'lIuHlal1 ; I !fl'uje who} mtsinty sujrerscdf 'liiirni'ijjhbors ;
_: : 414J.! amiatlJekUf'SS' ; (fui express opinions; ( s :)f an "11111..1lra( .

nllli.thlt'{ it i,) ]}sl.l iycd upon l lsitfhl hy the dc- the heart of every ;;rlntiut KI'l\lllck- th-yur.pru.rnbed and c1 .IIOIIIICftl. Thwhirh -. talc nature induce uu now la iiar.ifi ,h. in their ulltces ought! :.> bjruivivcd

i of American. .y..h-'III is nov jursued i i< 1.rablisJuu.al to fniotiu-r; and I I 1.lu! it and
i n.
Every whet i is he teceived wi'.ii! nil calculated annihilate freedom of. sfnti fIl'll' "'llis'olclion' "is I knij.v t.it! 1 tajlo ic Its: prillcii'l.J is i precisely the sarm
i! CUM far fir the Fieiidf-n!, 1m cos t merit and of"pecch.V e must no\v expect not on him> a pr fall!(,B !>uriieu! i Iwl< on th'-I da
pen arms of : evperj and veneration. undermining': .1 nun Ill hii trade busintbs.
I rti.uiv an intioicni IIIHII his ollice and to have similar! violence minifetedofice. I Cuuflary.anity; : !-inn uifM! ana'* "a6:1! : and i -
; And we r'j'jic: *:-w joice to see piotita! C.'Ullr. cr profession nnd the '
his livelihood.: Mr. Van Buren find every election of President iliut ti'aSdi+- II..lIf fur hat leisure time pirpetratu -

i 'Itinisclf wholly without influence, tins-nol becausi fit 'IMS liuen aitachUro played"a t tlir last. The editors of papers nliicvi tar: scar+-,icy ur t lil.." a'.iun in liii_> !'lat'Kins e ; / ought to ha ric-iu-ij; as ;ail inert

11: foreign affairs in domestic ed lo that or this p lily. -but bt'ciHlsehc and other violent partisan: have the neossarily leave l-j ur.: in If.? t'rac- treat thobf, \vio seek! t') live tleruJves '.
o'pt act ot'liis
has done so much for his! most powerful inducements to excite them I 1,1 1,1to proJf--.i. I ".. in irilbr: business:
a :
and) removals and country, ( p by un-
; over ap- siir.h a course. Their reward, if -I, coiigratuhiio P pool'1 of she; Tenif.i-
pujntn'Plllo, ln* inllnence comparedthat and deserves so much at her hands. is ceitiin.: The more tht-y succegaful ca.lumniate :rv, on the sU.uU! ,imiAjrin iuctesi or"I -.lei!i valuing tho f'tfj iis: of their nei''b-

ttjth of the coterie mentioned 1 tt'josce: : losee liis old friends agaill! and slander their_ 'fellow citizen; ;, .rile principles to nliiJi 1 have always !-,"<'n bittucliedjaml < that 'follow ii, so as lu suu;,I-jut

abr..e i is au Absolute nonentity r'llI.vinz mound him; Kentucky is ktrtamsiU tlself K're trrriIbetheir! rettard. Is there ; 1 flut lat hey will continue tiiont Ill the good opinion ofthcir ens'*
lo look at the era. null s+;ivuei tlf( "l'iT '
ogllin.-l'thLtdtz. GalaxyJlt. any tiling fIIN directly calculatt-d to do. torners.
Partial arransirjttils were made i in Public! srrvautj, and tua(1gr tie+u !
fit' than jy Zhdr//
stroy the purity elections
JKtia York to establish another Ad- CL\ .-The speech of this jjen :*n should !be appointed to important offices lerds,without regard to tho il.'ihei.il .c 1 envy no man his success, who is
j IIIU! unfiktinded tUnders, heaped Ihem I :anxious to Micceed: in such circumstances.
niinhfrti'ioii Pies in Wellington t to tleman delivered' before a collectiou of his not on their public services their on I -
friends and neighbours i en hi-i return tll .SG ii(5ustriouil l, drculal: Lt'Ili;; .", '5.rl. UH who can relish: the
Lear his f:+e-hut these were suspended correct pru3tipcstr their a'idity! faitafully : i iuu5. %,1111! ,I..iguillg On tills;
Lexington, should bf real t>y every American I to discharge the duties Inr'1. point I bread snatched from the mouths cf
and) it i is believed, because; he i ia is important J i I doubt not, the *;:':-tle will still! rooiinnc-
citizen. It came fr'"in an hOIl."thE'IATtt.'wt winch may levve! upon them, but mere I 1 1I tcI alFoid I h: is neighbor's children: be cluver
Hr'ei mined nt no'C'rv remote (time them that a>:i,tance and supp'tlt, may a !-
I ii manifest fro-n cysts word I I ly because t try have minilest-d an ouira i 'wined the iniHIi riicc and disc' imillat man. I h t\e wish number
Minion l his p\OSI: Fieedom ot 1 -and il will "like *hmtk-r-roll I ; ;: no tu
out I
& 'ol1gz.1 in
go ;; elevating ::an indivijjul to.o f its KPW Conductor will such
0: n till' writer sys, i is t-xMuijuish- upon the uHnn Tsofair," I., call togetherthe [ / I IA to liiiu at CUI" t'ctOIl hu becoming readiUpoiat' out among; + my acquaintances.}

4 c,. '. -txhineton All cuniu'cted m p-itriols or' tUc Country for tb* ;r'atmoral Ic mill the and acqiriintcd .
policy view of the
p.liiic.ilden Cit (].:'''/.-In nur last, in comC1t'nring
strife that is
he'fore llu-in. \\ etu ar.Jlad writer from \V sltilt ton to theH'Jitor of
: + Hi .
'v est inrn or, v. ibejiuvrntheir o-ir Territoiy.With
m the Ciic i:'ar i---.m-d tilt Post MasterGciiei.ii
> Ity
that : Cla\'s
Mr. 'mll ill
t 'J.r 11! fate in the hands; of see r:111d and 1.I'arillV\ n of f th** Uallimoie Patriot siva. : iVilional polit'cs it i U well kumnto I ;, \\e .: ca.'ulidly ouiiileil( lo notii'jj

:i t "0! l1h Il. Hundreds} of office "lad. that p : he -til lofty htindri n!;>1 agaribt I (till'or P h lijJ"'S:0 begin to look equally : l ihe I, I: my n'lHJ..rli.and Dial I l.m; ronrcivi-d' it improper one :.111:11[ (..ul ut.:> ::ctou ivhich i illi coniidly ,

I impoli'jc lu lUl'dal1c-ulIlll't'r- to l':,r::.-i i> .i l .!.:5ned: I This inrin.ctin.i
s. It aw .i'llg; tiicir revvaid ali assaults: f.f! his enemies 13 il' men werewateisaud }pn>strijtjvt: course of the Ceu+'ra I haps I have riifd in d froai thisopinion nsajo. -
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'partin? : I:.-.!: : i; ilie: tl'ity of Post t.II
r d .' ,, ;nd a> they cannot be icl his; frame a rock." We rejoice, and i subalterns, ulrc.xly disgustsdarms i ; but t,;.* rfCPiil ciiiempt Oil the terco I'.+It- !..i.. .. t.'ir s.of doubt, at the!;-

4 x&! .'f IIY l depriviup others, they that, allhnu;ti the tempest of a F-c'.i ,''s and l in my of the most Inn mi- I Pneut '>! KIP "Pov>eri that !b.," .13 I ti-tity i j hi-jli-al i\ol'I'C -.: ..-, ::1 tii; 'v ,llimk Iliey= posliiUlv -
execration is still rajjiujf aroui.d him, his f the Jackson believe' to in Giug1 till hberiv ..rfiecincu; ,
Letters I j '
> > and iiw!
.kct'l' '.' jvfr' all officers and repe'i' party. i y .tI".I.:: ? ; : piaciicchai
vo ce i is still, heard ah'ivc its roar. s-/ al t j nod. ID lextr.iin Ihllhou;;; Les ul'au n, has illI; |he-'n : .
Ii.? to( this effect ate pouring from all I ad.ij.d-i!, ;a. ,1 u./c.; a !ictltr is over-
in ihe.
j iiiret things, hope -.JIT dclivera-.ee) tll hit Cuu+;trWeddy nrpki nit lit r.iNe Ill feenle voice in .
Iy j ) "ppu. j j .It w.l ...
and b i H, i. i i iu 1'Iali.'l lie: nion: nnjii''ly -
tors faro the y
'. 'tu': I' .if p1act'Undn these : 11oat) rising of then iti'ni: t.) it. i Jy hiicc x-iM I U3IlPrsL11111 j j"IS ; ; il.t .....nun- ,9H, -\.vnJ!, titiu-si: tlr'Ir

i ftei-duin! of lId ltvie"JJ.F"m etit Congress the country will bo in iierutofuie tlrellOt' opinion; 5 dilerilj, : .
c : 'n'rL ', opinion th Utica V. Y. Sentinel.TheiH 1 'll'i ij U.lI.I"H..d:: ; in tht! presence of
: ( }
I f ., a bhzo this and other ;; ) 111', in rclutioit 1.1 Hie Jandid.ie! at I th > l'"M .M.i, -
of + d.! .' iinot e'iKt. JidepeutJM upon} alarming 'Jprojects < ti t'i.at is, It pl incite i i&
Appears to be a very t'liernt&uspicon i in I' lit: lei Plt,ifPllli.j _Llrttiviii: ; lint 1 Ji..tI\11 I 1"'I l ..i lint! i ,. iIIlaS! had
: :
I t t. ;,. >o rertajn removal; and J abroad which factsstrongly now embryo It i is high 1 conliiiiMit: tattli3: good trill lead pU + ; hftier b.ua.-
gelling finc jitiy .t....ZI felted! : '
for 1 iniproit; ily thou that tho
;: LitHO good men "lo watch 1 I
ttin '.i - quay corroborate cur i
t That the universal I I Goveniiticnl: sli-mi-1 run the risk uf receiving'
ft-\\ bread) and buttei. Dud t for tho Republic Morn anon!"' : leafy liv_ Ills NC13uf Iii A-J-nmirUiun: I .
a. r. !I.tio1! turn out in ihe Post Office Do- ( j u lev/ dollars !L ss from the Post Office .

; ( ,enN i iiifln,-iire over the. (!mac.lle J i from tho head lViishiu TheVhs'Ca'.sSCI. "Citizen" says, I i II i i. nn' present intention to !leave Florida Department) in le: course of a year. Iii
I partmcit, at > | i i.1
.; January nest ; iiuinean lime I
that one of thu batch of not this iavinsj at the sPfltwJenas: ia tilt
mind! of the President is well' reformed
-, so j, tun I down to the deputies in every 10- : t'U (-..vor to fjli',1! 1 the Imil reputed in of Ministers
has case Foreign tae new Adinij -
Postm/isturs had !
liifavr, that .--tpplication are most ;/ the impudence f i mlo by fellow dl iZt' of llscHiuljiucinaily
i j i mole corner of the Union, is made my j! nisCration)] a'tV1tll n; at the bun? hole 1

7, geJ/f all" m.ulc to mid through him, I with a view to establish a thorough{ threaten openly to !estrict tilt> I by ppifurniiii" my duty in a Lcgislatur, \\'. need not Say; thai the j>rncltce of over

and ofliceis ihiraifiu'd' with, or fear- I of that important circulation" of a paper called "Tlio'J"( J : the best oTray fi-flile ubililr-is: zealously ;.Innrhitt;; insiea-r of undeicharging'. iu
system place lid clliciently, as if I ha"u' altered
: ir-p 'oaa.d i, tn hi1ll to conciliateVc Hennebec Courier, merely because uiy j Iflul'lful casts, will in nnny c.ise< be pro-
go J Department under the entire I inti'iitiuu of remaining; neinidiiL-ntlv. 'l resi- ,!
it the ; dur\eof great injustice, even when an
t disapproves of !
and 1l1lkc.: :.J\'our control of political pjiiizans. The proscription ilcnt I among thoni. It i i1 ah. nlccsnlyshat '' vrrcllargp is promptly ami unhe.nl ttttgly

,, \ lea rat, that the above is ihe randidattwho may be in preparation From the Baltimore 'Jizlrlot. I I should st tilt my tMisines a.j lot pili!y i j deducted, ; it i i. a ma'tn which apettks !'lomcj

Substance (:f theleijerofa' noct.re- for the Presidential as possiiie! prcparatoiy tti my departure ;L to t'1It'f.nall of l>(!-iui-<:-..- Hut liif; I.l.-a i i.;
'' next contest, REFORM.-Otm of the most I arelaUous ,ill in tills, I ask tin prumpt assistance i of ,
counecied with theguu'rnlih.I. preposleruuahat rill P..i'tta>ler General
sperrb n-Mi, under the auspices of the present Ad and at tern s-me; time usoless, my Palrutig and l'ticml, to whom havt"1|J ( preset ih,. t lit- l kind evidence t:C-

:ud: "opportunities ministration, does not mean filial the instances of reform, which has email. h heretofore extended t-veiy induluince; ,inray ce!sa4'v to convince H Post ..!..;:'I that ';'J .

11 of inform;"'cu are superior.} -RichtriMid 'rascally' PostmnslHu' should throwany ated from the preson all lnilli5lratIU11, pokvx-r, ia relai.In lo pi-cuni-irv :lIill.lrn. overcharge has brrU ni.iile : ind that ho

M'hig. obstacle in tire way of his 'pelts is to be found) in tin: new post officeregulattoiut. W.: HaxrMIluR d. silo'! !: in nu rites lakf flit vvoul of IU.:IJ foe

Extract of a 'letter to the Editor of the I trating: (the interior wilii his handbills > ; It ''MS -etofore' bftiideemrd Prllcaeuta2Jlll JnU 18: fV.My, fivr- <:<'1Il'1I 1111VOUld jirfll! ;>$
t datelitsrtcnvN.rr. N. LJ.: -l>y an a.II".IIWI.t in:ul? brII t .11 '" tr'uulcn./t", I tecoive it a> good f.r
Baltimore Patriot and newspapers. Cut that disastrous expedient to alto N "t tli I IV" : .' '
post mis-; Ien ,!II myself and inv duccess: ht- is tihe <. :1'11'111
Ohio. June 22, JR 29. .
consequences must result to thet| to exercise some dUcrelion in sip furnish Gazelle; mv aro.iu to (iho r To lijvv tlie fi.-;in! which tliii: {.r.i: .:-3
I The of terror and .roBcrir-tioM '- .
reign { public: interest if the I cribei-ii wiio have jl..i in iilvii. has t ioticed, w,- copy lie! following. -
certainly (J li;". tuting1 arid alxriiin.jf th.pirplf .- I whole Po n {plying I, the rule of their department, ; mu I
+ for the remalll.leru.tudt.flOlp.If..lII. I. Prom rfcety Tu k .
llificl Establishment ; tyi'Cfai'jr.J
in iljisj/urt tithe cuiinli Th- is in he putjv j .incases .excessive postnue, j
aiivi also lo alt coniracu i'.ist .-. \V. 1..H.l.roll1 the !Vt
complete ; "au Off -
pruJJIA'ate use of the public nioey crcaOT duder 1 1'r the coutrol of party men, whoir l'1 I requires tho-ietlers so charged, to be]. hose wh, ftijm't'.jc: \>y lilt >';.['. All! Duo S; j I '"*-.hc >c-i...i y, A ti,u.: !.- letter,. c.ur.;a'. .


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IreM**. VP vre satisfied: on look 111":1. This is the ruere echo of n tone is at present on a visit to the Scat of. 1 Lie.-Tltcy: put the prisoners in prison > ._ ... ;

n jn: r .l .'noiiVde.. tint it -% .>ver.-iiaru-- d Ii. f It hat been braid eUewherr, he but vWuld fiom! <>oyerrment.VVc I and sent the ship to Surinam. A OBITIUKY.
font and that
,."] ..1 .Vne.-ted the Or-k who broughtr H source defile so the temple JI.J'IIt'd of jmlic*, nor offend are starry to le irn (hat we are I):>tci! !JcJ');) of war came in, took lIlt DIEQ-In l'1i. r"t ; r -tllV ta 2k! :
: 1ir.>lce the sai. not July i last CIR FLORIDA RlolO .._ :11I1
it as w* I : ; : :
;r \.- of as ihe chsle ear of those who I administer to lose Capt. STETEKS from ihs! N i- I prisoner* on board, and' sailed to Surinam daughter of COIn. CHARLES G. LIUii .
rh" .dOC utmis.-d hut :n.I pieces th.; clerk pa.per.i.nr.pdi there. by naming i i', unless in his official I| val station, :u; his under orders fur to be tried tb rc. aged about nine mouth .
V, ; !
v opacity h" should f called In arraign ,
at S :. ; Mieni I b ..k and exhibited them! that source, i in .1 constitutional on manner and ; sea in command! ofilie Sloop of War I IVa! reported at St. Custatia Jot TalUhxtsre on the llth July ."; .Ll.lt t

frolnJ. lift I''Ctlvt.,1'JIf' (O.sTVKio ibout t.) stii founev when Harris left th.tt }:iUz'Ig HlXDARinf t JOtlOlC..!. CH4U
-n v'vrT"') h v.!1.e upon it th. punUbmrnt due tit its I Capt two lit! C/

v. r.of" answer w... that tie' over- ii ia'| i>.oachalilff and inexpressible infamy Yoi k for the :diterraiitMii.V 'IH r '- the pintes had turned king's evidence PIXDAR agf.l tixtern month ,
roul I not be TeI'\in.I and the DiEt -O'ithe21: ,,11. on hi* pivu e .
cha-pi i kvei1e the uud! esteem : that they captured the
j gutt, respect ship
from "
http Molv.le
ro-"v w-is ."ni' qnVly .nven \ J City to New OrU-tns. J 1& .
Mm PO'lt1..s'.i.r. \Ve ti-.d 111.t the law, I| The Po t Ma!ter General has appointed of! nil his acquaintances will follow off the port-that they put !he Captain Jcrt DV EATR'R'.r. T two yeur-i.; .,t j.

tJ) all erpity, allows the Pot ; Oied'nhK. Brown Chief Clerk o/ thener.tl him. and crew in the boat, and after Merchant and 'Urihly esteemed c..z :t o- .

Ci Mf utr"ry<'r'tt. irtain the iioncy thIS i. t.l lId 1 (;,' l Po' Office in place of Andrew I It is proposed in a Now Y')rk pnper petting some distance from them they this plaCe. .
,, bun wil'ioui' consider C-iv'e, The de th of the wttry
ecf.vd v any jounp z-ng
Po to torm *'.l/if much into the boats and sunk them.- ,
t- an
William Hunt has been appointed < tatiiig-tou
) there i is I and virtuous, i is III
\IOM, nd it i is 0 -ty ecau nor'sxir.c *ays n.el.IIr1.y: ; but
; tltat w. .....*i" irf;.* this siihji'C' master Urbinna, Ohio, vice JoUn! C. j SOCICI!,." It oti lit to be ,tit **Arti- expected that they all perished. the su-Idcn sr.d un.-iccou'iti' mm let of .0

ijr .ii t'ie: people. -Hundred., of similar. Pearson, removed. ;!\ ust'tvo-littlc-eici'dse Society ". Th"i The American Consul bad nppliud the unhapuv Weatberbv's ta'e, thr '\UI atladiiitionagloou f

alre'v. It ill I Sinn on Cumnnuirs haw been appointed [ 10 the Governor of St. Eustalia for overdeaiti :1
:nfc!ans 'I 've occurred i: fault: iics in not t :kin<; exorcise in : even t.fyoutli .
.... tb-r hat s'i', tint PJ"t'L. alllaiitvia, N. Y. vice Trim leave visit the and hope. .
:. iw )v proportion to the qtMntity of food ct-: lo ship to ascertain whatshe i ,
t. l f..r n' null ( *rv. remove 1 !1r. \\. left this ( ->hiladt >
r : ,
!. post Masters: put tit place or IpJiia.
t t..v -- w is but the Governor refused
-. --- -- leti.Ve suspect I thuru are lW cases < to
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of Ci'Jieflti' -- by way of NevOriexns! in the Sclioonet
f.11 ni.ikc :t a py-nt .
io rverclnrjje% all% letters : and! at the en1: eOllT) NC1 FION. known of 1.iboritijj m.'neatine ton c-- let him go on board. Capt. H. ooulJ I jri l1did. Ho I left in go nl lu-altli, ant W.

rtf tr\ =:- -- : -. -:- It is | form not learn the ship's! namevheir from, while board informed
A ,lit, ytr. l'ui')1,, H surtd'is a ; ; piously. prop)-Hi .I.SD to on we are 'ASrherfiil *
ltll.thtl'4h. I'MIH 1I:1)!iz fa'-" indivitK.aU T'liiu VAlor rift lit Penitico'a Gazette.Si { an ".Anti-snuff chew-tobacco Society or were bound, -only that: Boston I an.d in his: lIiu.1! g.III I H >i-.t.>. .
lu < May 19th I look i 9
ur pl1j1t'rof
will' 'I" .'lmoon"l. 'Viiiiitrd; .I s a'"uii'-! : : : tiu.s could be discerned her SI On the 5 tli nil. ajout I u'cI 71t i-i >neiiinnuinf
; '\'l'.i.>ti'" remark on tin' nstoauhiu; man. ;'s a comuonnrt to we rnI mi em. I *
(:tI", rtin; t.! .-\':.Ie .ce ot"iv i ''U 't'lnpefv 1 MM in which G*'M. R. K. CALL >f Tallaha- : l'O.I.i10nrl "A Indict anti-lace yniir- The NtV,) .Journal of Commerce u'trlctlie! vessel wusridi1 ; a'an "
lvrjnii\' o1' ;. .h t'X'''-' TIS M MUonl I I chor >{fJt. Joseph's Is..md he was *.Oi
3 '. 'iini.> fflulq"liiclalC'.1 to the Pie i Ji-i t of \\\. r"n
\'I..O'.I ;. J 1)U. '1-c'''acc'.il' wtlt.! (Juv | s'// toy tight Society. says: are ed t.> :iiiii: fr n lie! deck wtiere lie .
> nhai ht'sholll.1puru.
United Slates I
if U' roiusp
I Ir"0 t. much inclined (to believe; that the .iC- i :>1"t''l1g; witn his i ; cloak round him wa'J.'J.
< L .> in 1'"lali'JI10! the ,\tI"rllp.Ge.t'r. tI. IIt"'n.tsIISOI1 Esq, formerly of Lou
.-J. JIL1 .I I-.w liter.Thf count we of j throw hi-iiselfove! / the siie; ot t
/Vo'/jr/.ff.Vrtj; r Jtul:e BEltHIt(1111 cxpre-'s-d IMP t.'ltt't'Ii : ctlli ... has we umleisinnrf. received an apfxiiMiniiMit published ye.stenl.ty piracy j 1 ihe 'e, eI. pg
l'fiat UlfiaI I "is stated, -o-n- Preaiilenl will d.irc ; at Si Eustatia has .\ :. rToi' \.V.SIT. nediaey: rn4ile. by the
).4t <>'ir illiKUiniK) : iii Floii'l( under the geuenll" I ii>4i i OIL> off Of
d:" <- <'. th.tt s'.ii'-t order-hid !bs-eu r< toietaiu \)I. B 'rrifn in Offic..in (lt jn: ", ( i.)' 'iiiinent bit; of it" official or proper the case of I the ship Suffolk, of [josiuii, !j p-zs4enger i crtg tu rts::'ic hi n. A rupn'"e.
I -it Post ()thce, Ironi .tie i'os Call. The !. I f .,-aS ihrotvi to hi.Uus in II,. battiedid
('i. nur ll|.' dictMifi of G':n. ie ni t.is ili'sign MI.in, we are uninformed Tn duf about which there( :

M..s'er lifuerd th:'. .>iiy .overc'Mr 'o! "h
fi "01"p iid for a tc'.tcr should! r.ever hI >,..
refiiii''"'!, unlessthf Ifiter 1).11 I ienopi! *hat; ooimntittii l th e "iraphatic and jn>i- ,j: res is. Prom the 811in're Gnietle. I j .lId Vk.ivr.-j clost-d over HIM.It ng

rdmuler 'he eve- of h i.iie one belong in: 'IVI'," deolaralions nf Mr. Call repentedicini Death the Qsecn of Spain.- From IurLey.-Pzie Inig A'.mimn, I i.s Hi:>j>'iseii be leaped from the vest.sH .-

tit tlte ilHce. \V"t* have never iK-a.d t ; .0 :'Irt a<;ain. ought J-> futuie to by held I ".of Capt. Turner. wiiich I i J I w"i: jleef.lnb"' ht IUi bee .uc- .
of the Si-ties urn 0'" J.: aIJ
the rtII P has been reduced t bv. t.. 'v Iii< fellow) '-ilizen*. I Capi'ill Ih\ ship arM \> | .:tt 'ral III 1Jin:, .tLI Lc". t las :!r.airt tU -

practice uliirh foriueily prevailed IICT'id To Ii.> Floridian April 2Sfh. we find jived ot Ddltiin:; on Tuesday mgllf port on S-iiurdjy, s.i.led fioui Samus CIIII..r.d .t', IllS

we pjvsu'iif in otlitT place, '
; word uf a jrr'utle.nan K. "fl :- levinq; I il.-.tt t k-ttets lunii j jo I anti vir umii / II
I ries \ kirg 'I- of (in* death of llu1 QWHH nf Spain. port, Smyrna; principle1), iu. ieai: ;Fnt.tu&U t
Jr.! >vi cliiiractvr ;'n a ci\e where a s u.Iinip .- "1 undertako to ay imphalica'ly' and: I Tiie: M'rid' the I2ih of April tvere received I I > ot{ hit ..: IllU.I"It: eJ--a'hl' all \ imr
reiTivt-'d from
.or two wub'ttr* oily: 'en.pt.t."I. po.;iiivflv I that the Piesitlnit i did not know nrws was there in whiili it !t Were ..:'{tUi'. wall (lu.R strove rI ; his

l.u. osty.' It mabi* hr wd tliat tii! : tltat \1 I. Berrian HH .)f counsel fur tlit F F'ItiI i Ihe day tm! he sailed froiii Gibraltar, was; stated that! : L I I tru-u..l>" p --..MubiliJtc'Vt 8tlr.

:crl' to llir- stern l 'ttr-r ol "lit$ i.. ( -II.I Is in FIIritII when hi. Hpfioinled j24tn:; \1.J). Minute guns wen firii; ro'nrrt'-'i'cial affrirli i xvrie i in, a very j jd' I I.v'. u. ._G -. 33

tIII Hessid 1 'b.-. l is :tt 1':11"1.,1.-' |In ih same: Pa SIT of May 5lh, Gen. I oid'T of Sult.tn .r rg
4) rroTldeJ as ours h-ilf the SPit; IH', by I lie JJ
fl.igs wet C iiMSf. ( Jil
(:1'14:1\5 : ._
: .Il..d Hrlll. : ;- r1'l
i be-
tin; K 1 i'e.ns'-miM oot
: With Jo the of Mr. Snow off without of all c.nnfMs: bringing produce' to lovV 1fo
.' -' .% -.-' .'h.! '-'' rk. evfu :f regard app-jiniineot came any papers I ; otJ rcn: l\.a. '

C1u4 1't> : q11 '\ LJII' oft: U.- .' t B'-ri''nas \"'nney Gftiernl) of the United Letters from Waslnngto.i): continue ,.. ': market, for the purpose of mnvcyini' ; =-. -- _. .----- -- .J 4

la.t"11 'J'1,. 1 Itiltnre S in H.li.l:. ;i \ Slate<. I agai-i;: repeat that tie President peak in positive It-ran of important L'Min 10 CoiistjiMlinopli;. V/I en tin I :* !i A.aurt.D \
I 't< uiiddvUei or Iii- lirfM'xisiiuif rngnqoin I. I Idi'ltciv I > / 27/! ., (T. .-
nl.sutt\i t flUlS ; : > SCIII FluriJoi. .dw' %.
tl..t\h \ 'i-u in changes in the Nws'ch SIll the removal ci were seiztltt'), ) wen: iir\:"r .....
the Florida .
.. 'lIt'nl laud caxen, when hcnnIrrii Ill.; \\'I'.I..c'III| <>i I. Iet..seuig' r! '1")01
Icr.ri'iii'der thc pcrutioa of ilit new sTcni \ \Cora. .RonoKHH, Irom and the ppint I imlatien and the I lefi : I
produce ,
him that .
on appointment. i; : .i' taO (fJntl""J C. S. Intd. ,
; :11)11 e cast- was a little )"' '1'r1'. In artirle undei the sit'tiatiire of j mei lIt of Corn. HAUKON 'It, the head tifthrN.vy the road exunsed tiin I ),
on ,
ii let \\ i.iin! '.tl i : I :'J"U' .
-*. y.'\.1. in..!) r./-i-n.l ilin-f! si I'; !&' .t't' r William Tell. pnUlighe 1 in the Pen ucola i| JJoard the .-uisf-f rtf C')!. WAR- II .
> I 1Tc1D:
few .'... at'; ; kNuTi fi' the w-is expected, however, hat t Ii.i it ; .
within s Navv.Bojird I
init' s''>u, a > ciiatg-1, GflZPite of 1'2lhJ.ty., vve find till followin' om to the CI.TI: l-t.
!; ./ -27r/--3viir..
<* :;1utllll" Norris
cd ilo'tb1! *'. : : m iti't of th.; Gosport X.iw Yard! and Uc arbitrary proceedings I vtouid I.); In- ofloilj ij ,
i xtiact of a ]letter from Ju.lg e Cvrricu to j I .M .d.!! -. IIi.4t. b
Aiio'.li-T 1)4-. been eotr.municateilto I fiippointuu-uto.'Capt. CKIUIAJ { conlii'.uii'.ice I : vvhe.ii bti-nv! ;.: [ ;
case hi< rl lend in pen acola. I STEWIUT : WIII I .
: j -?//< .-'. in'. Sviii, (?.tro. ;'. .dre.llIs.:
us, \ WHICH is still mort re'I..,iUllc! :l.Iul "III the arrentanrp! of mv present *itna-j jtosnpplv ni.4 place. There .et e '>titM.imow revive. Upvv.inls of 10.000( cIIIWJI C.I.g. n> J. (.)I
.7ortli) of pUI't! : :'Mti"n. \ rtter. red lion 1 nnnoir cea I o the 1'retidenf. thai I Imn in cr.-ciiiatio.i! which we do nut l\mk wte 'II1Jllo) l>.1 r; C I' V i: gr":11 Ii :'or.ir fl.LAKLUI .

re\'' by a fctpaiin'nl: >iid p )s' nij.rced! in ..t r< erve to myself the nr3vikge of fn' I pruptfi-to notice 'I ')Ith authority or I ./ / 12.a.M.. Ja
tiie c.ipitnl.: Tfieso : I ; L'.icl.-iam.J: McC.
un: IIi
\i York, proved t > Jiavt- bcen over filii" mere lv-. .or'oUc 1I1'c1t.J Jill U "
T mv prpt.'xilioe.rotl'ssionlll en aeeam' ; J: il I. .
1,11 : >
| n..I.I.'h. it t.trj by IJ.
liu':i-J ; bUIU/lhcillj returned with an 1 ifl'flT. 'n which, I enumerated tiiechifii \OR OLK. Jiiue) 29.Aara P-ur of a ih" Sul!! III left: i Hie haiLs ;ini I i i, Ad- S4M.hi r )

"IIr{| fit' he tiiotatisfactory eidei.ceititt [ for Florida land," the intenur: rtii'!' definite I % of : -
Commodore Hod crs.und! era ; i c.- j Juy '. /Ll. -i\... ti i HI T.\'.. S.JnS, D.\g'-
t v.'isM'-j'l-. the rt-eeivei was N-i'ttithstan-iulg; this p sitivtns!rr'inn.from nial .
pVMto I : produce, suh as rife, swig ir.f.The S gi- 1k-Jie.:
r-tar.d th 11. < 'I,. lrrien tlim'il.lf.Ir.. (."";m II. in Captain: Turner, of tlte U. S. Ship . -
tiult: :; t ; 1 c w s.i ) remedy.Yi.rj |I an j latest; accounts,; fmm 1 C..nst.II-i -- -- -- -. -a.5 ---. .. ..-. ,- ..-
aMirle. lIuhli4hpo in the Floiitlian of Mv: i Erie, left old P-iiat Coinlbn 0:1 -- '-- --- -- -

/ .V." ,\ <-i? Yoikfu\ ning Ifcralii I' 26th. MI ieplv William Tll, (;I'c',1 .II"jh.iilh! are iLily made t "Mv turinT temarks relative determined] atid oltr-'. l lie! :
to the ap !! ic" : in.i I' ; .
(. t lie tw t'ost Oiftcc reilatio.is, part.cuUiK .- "ivFrtV: 10 U'ashin:toi1..-LScacoj. > ; *. -ub! > til; ..: -u.. to
potntmeiit of Mr B'riicn Attori.ry Goj j I. \ as iUlIIPd hia m'.Iitaiv: ; fuid I '
double rosine: ; I It'alkf'd LI cli4-t- h. I'u-ii l'e'.fvv.o. .
l I tellers in
> ess
.l tta.il reUtu.g'to I re
I Mill; The
neral of th.11111..cI Slates I I r"ieaf. i United Slates sl'ip! Natc'iiZ Cap- ,
1r.1.rtlIt letter w-s uurtrtl double 'I. : tie! Slfl'' .-'rS (thai ine us ; Eu- t /" ,; ) I .b I'v-t fie utltMUii ui th )
and lime will shew nhctlier he t.Vn
I or 1 nave WH v> sad from( Newotk
knl pr -ved ta be siu;1- the excebsol'' made time con'.',, tatement." I on 1-t July fitrt ,rctvbc. hving on I roP"\1I G"Ut'1.! A iinnnii: h.i-J 1'ublic: luiils; .s or .iic-it of .

11"a v. relumed on iidoniMtion. Lain .- j I here "''i.-, iKof is no ro" ui f.>r 111Cmo j ''lOird Thonih< I*. Moore. Ul1i'(01 States cpnliv briI receive.! j ii.I. biiivrn; :.'re-I I Valuable Books
; .r4'fl? of the ('det.0.. the :better' t chininhl- suppose that a mistake i- i, \]IIII"tet.. i'tilui'ibia: aid J. C Picket. t th I rnjinl: I, forbiiMin'j liie;' Tiiik: I I ,

Dlwt opened in nresrnc (fth clerk, : Ivis h>rn tnadt*.-- i'hf'rir.. lieirien his Secrctarv Tne folio ; \l'licl. S hc la n. I I.. : iillSluJ.. O! :tV CFI.ru .#
list of
in/ til"- I ;\'eaaig all .ir1ici.-; of luxury Midi :
vr .1 xncu rriunt i is ir.trte. 1-\ cry man IMS receivf rrn' th" President : Oflicera II as |i : :.' i ;pritc *-so lie o; ihsrn t\e!.t Iwo,
an ap- j HIIU crew of the ship; i is given inth I II firs(
sh.txvls '
nm>t tlu'rejore K t.1'tMt tfi.v for h'u letters ;:- ., orintment, whil under en gein.inTs 'i '- < di.rier : ; &c. On iis man '>t cr cotn-j: of t'i sjiiie works were

and ot.oi!* then* tb r,
pa- :c" ii. jL1t rt'e of postage. This i is'Ce with the du'ies of that office; and 'wh"d William' \. Siienc 1st Lientcr.an-. A. observe obedienco; t-) the ordei o I '. --'.lk.I..a \vi..Al du well to cadanii exin -

tt..i', "a )-t annoy:'-.ce, and h.is hp crrna"l, tbo.p et.?acrements fro'nG..It. I\1"', 2.! do. ; F ). fridge, 2d.\ ... ; the sultan! by ilisrapiiui; his; Uirb ,n. : -*-, a-, tn-y! inty obUi;; bar-.uiiS of
c.'ll.t..1 n.ucli dis''inte'it. lu many ill'. | '.c- i ui _\ _.-'; ') s,. :
.Icksnq.d has 11dihE'r..tc.I.' wril- li-i J:1 awate.t
; iipory <'Ip.| 4th do. s S. !. *, 5th do.f 'uid .
:|I } ; ,I stihtuiiiiung! :i coiiti.>n rod '
si i- \\i-hre told tlrt double pustageli ten :i direct and nnsiiv i frilselio'vl) on t" S L U.ti! Suiting .Ua.t I' ll. It I'insl.ir. tip.s .- ..7 .pI ..,I\d, fur sale on'cui. reasnbI
,. .,. { \ he wa* in delicate I }heciJjh} !Ii isir'nn i-. ,i-
<- faid Osingle li tiers witbuut Mi'lj"ct j ; or General Tall Im "itntmt Surgeon ; W" i'f! inlzi' g r, Punei : : > : 1.0 ._ al ortme'it offJOJJy

:uis ..' > bvM3aO'iinled; ( of rectifying tl.e callv) and positively" asserted tliat which i i I JWI. C silencer, .'?. stunt tiiuganit ii; advised him to wear s.iu tLi.-.j- f' f :
ini--sk< It d-s ,.tlt st KI nt't.>, iv wns not tni", has: a.t'. repeate'dthe un-j i j C. V. liobi'i-iun P. $('j .U. 'ih1 mLm ,. besides the cap a< !Ie mil u ri..c JC ;
Ut .1"' tin-pn/ s-u* prosj; .ous cii<:;u I truth and alter Mr a :htl.( v. .... .. ,.
; Mf'f"ig' PerrlenN: ,. I'houMs sand, L; liuard d >; Ii. J Tos < fOld but he rsuiuiclv! refused, sivino t { j. ::0. ivmce I L. tt i r'ariei a

*;! :!I" C,'HI Otiue Di:1il: : /\ 'I'. that, inejt positive assertion bus still! perMster1 i i'l hi ;i, ten. Win. I/nnbert.: Jar tS Ntrnatt, I.. C. hat t it was thevlli;\: ef: i ih') Sultan I ;j ui .tf:)..'i. 4 qjH.inc! wiucn I WJJid sell
,lt- iitioi.s bht'U'd ( 'viedu l (
< : Ci.lp Or ; -'l "nntradi"tion "fit Vndh"r Ml 1'.1',11' L ,
nnqnjl'fi > Lowe !
lu't'jJfJIr: heulj.. M VIiitt j-'Uli .Vf: f..l "
< i ur < i' /, i >. i-.n \- .11.' v'gdanceLt .. which inuxt and shii-iM hi? oln. ivl. j jl
[ ) he observe that
It ntoer to Mr Call 1 .
:v i j jhjid I Will S. ii"tl,1. i\ A. J..k.-1I9" C. F. \\ l1a5Jeil iIlDt.p.c.
n-..ctt..,, end in n JUtroritheX...: .'.' then ."-.!. been ona visit to 'A'ashinpf'on I i Snots: ood Monlgoaif-ry t"n, O. II \l! the Turkish: nobiiiiv; It.ll I folio'.ve.t I I ., 1 .
I II.1 .
Y. fytclator.AS .; and *'as. snnr os.d bv some of the I: Herrvm.n. J J. Thrusion.tidshit men .. ? :!e ex.imu.'e!' uf f i ihe P.t IJ\. --- \ : J.l.7't. _

":r- Iiavr M-iii-i.ki'ii bfloio, the 'izens ot Mnri'U. to e'ljoj) the confidence -'''N.U i H'inter. Muster'a JJaie ; li. J S.t I I' was repo'-tid HI Smyrna, that r L4tU t1L1. -

strV: j ieiiei( of :he l-tw warrants the and priva friendship, of the Pre- ,,. !bOI' !, Captain's Clerk ; J.I. Mrwoot! iir I a Russians were making r.ipid adV.1 I '
tnc II: !. UKLast
A !. side of !
:4ii on
i'lent. If this snppositon he true, it \ uttv un VV'm S. Con, Gunner-. : tic
(ii}'! tsslOII to wllch'f': hav! rt'c!ntiv .. will readily' he sr eu hllw worthy he i iof I.. O J..e, C.irptt.xr{ ; Peler IL.1111,J-> II res towards the caiiinl; I I, but i ihernrnor I ..:.m. Kc..':rtju Uivtr, cor.taiiir

befii suhJHcted. \\1' must therefore this ctmfiilence and r..it'll lshil. when K'u I I S .i! ..linker.Lttteis was not credited, and! no (i-'irs jVPJP j ,'JYi..t '

tnduti' the evil tiiitii the of "'imnhaticatid ; Ttion. \ entHiuiu'jd! of t their I abk S
Hireling positive" as ; have hr-eo received iki i lining ; to { J".f .F) ,
in town I I .n
(uIIgrt.ss. when it is to be hs/ped a eM in and repeated: apain and & pl"l..ist-1 flora lse! U. S. Ship Guerriprc, which slwc rr'ICrl t Constantinople'I I I '['.IC pi 'stiat I j I I ,;."'0'. fJ 0 -..\._j1' _-'i.t-I !' ; ..Jz.

> of the law contrastpd: with fie follow! > .tak, '-n from I hat the small wn f>rcf of ttif Turk ;is I .(
tno !.ti< :ttoa! can Lt? obt.iincd. ; : pox very jirevitlfnt .j'i leprt-'aented as I
tilt. official: organ ufthe Prs-si! lent. : hoard that p.iip, and on bo.iul the Hudson.Capt. To.MIL ict has been co-ifirn-d
It ;* utterly!. iinpossiiih; ini ccnlciii.i IIPIIISJ mm: gn.lh'r tlnn is gt'iifialiysupposed. by
from the U. S. Telegraph. : Cieigluau, whil I imig at RIo JP Ja Coimners.: and is biippoird to be the
place iikf tlti<, to obtain ni\ lie,(,). MiJjiiiipiuaii Levi iri'is v.liuSlj tract
Flee Attorney General -We noticed, Lincoln jr., son J I n the Uiver. Fouror
fiiiiaLle| 41 dinini>.tiiiuu (f thee law. some time since an article in sorn* of the of the (fiivernor of Mrfssuclinsetis, arid A l Ic jtter from ( Constantino; ; ] states F.vr hundred! acres ot it, are rich cane

The lecuivers of letters( canno open public Pipers relative lo the appointment HI nry U.ircAntel of Lu.usiaua ntd 'fillen : that them are at lu-isi: 600,000() Mussulnrtns &:Utai. '" iii a fine ridge, over which a lnr

them in the presence of the Post Masj j; of the Attorney eneral.. and then scertain -' \ to the aiMivf (liseitM- I I'icalli : under anus in and about the .rcek .u-scriids into the Uiver.: This

Ur, or his c1 rk. It is idle( Ie) thi,! ,'d 'froo) unquestionable authority that Norfolk Beacon, 22nd Jll1eUUS'ruN : Capital, and in the event of the Kusainns Creek. furnishes the finest site for a Saarnil.
the statemc-nt of(; ItK.. Call in the June p,-ruans inVesi, Florida with
en. 17.-We learn from I water :
ol it.-And since the Post MasterGftirrul inaLini anv the I
I. attempt upon "":. iel.t .lrive
article alluded to founded in to three -
was misap Springfield list Daniel Lomh.ird saws a grist Mil}!,
ins issued his circular commanding an city, they would niett with i ..llIn dl
prehension. On die same authority" old warn ieception. -1 ; e.cu: tcr and cotton. in. In the :

di the tilllc' servers who sre now 1I:ttp that the President i is perfectly republican, and we believe worthy The preatrst tniiiqiiiliivprevailed \ cj.itiy: ar,' lat-.e $';icsti valuable tunovr --

hemg rewarded"viih Post Ofiice satisfied with the candor manifested by ruizeii: In* been removed from I in the city and the police !-. with navigation to the Navy Y..rd C

keys, lo act as spies upon one IIOLhCr the \ttorney General on the occMs'.on; referred the Post Office in lliut; town. Mr. L. w is very effective. and F'artafie..tin. .

I to has a I'ir t..' Timily ui .)rt & The I! It ii bi-lteved that ills; property furni&hs .
.UK the pfOiie) .it idigc. i iLLsttlce: 'Jt jovs Suitrtu had reci-Ktly: bern o.- a ,I "
C! the I ,
I I1 Pf"h1'5Jr.. Call can now explain: the out of office t, 'i.ot elipMe situation torn ')I"1t: (h
of ,vrrchirg.) Wi L Ii hUt the, dliUJUW Htliafsfjrfticnuion wHdi could ;induce him poor but to u.this I tour of inspection in an K'l :'i;::Ii :! 'i\t l'priz.., in tile tmithern Country.
ol a icuson, IMVC muliiplied tii'iv i'oKl. to"umVriHlCf to say irripiHticillv! : and pos I own language, ho trusts "with I stcutn boat, along the shores ,null I Fur farther parlicuars! and tenr.i ap- ,

I fiv"I\" that which turns rh-.in hands and xn honest heart."- 'iiuvti tl.e the py! tJ
I'iui.1 ;t:, .Y. y Evening t'uit. out not toi'erue.! coast to D-ndancllcs .
Tin-Post M.II; Ui-iii iii f..I/1l l to I be j j jIM If he fill I tit (iS) so satisfactorily. it cannot I He preferred Mr. Adams 'for the and Galliooli. lie'i lctl nil ti.o I \\'. Uasoll :Hunt.

| >IUJ> .t.> ftta.9.. :. ".' -'rid'i li-tter of llie j I be necessary for me 1' point out the enihct t Presidency ;' his successor preferred! principal fortifications ami ;avo ordC'r? P.,1-1'a,1.j. J9ti! July. lx-9 27 it.
I which' will justly attach its.-lf his I -------.- _
thf to -
law snd isis ;i v<- !.fll.r out citizen j ji Gen. Jackson. -- -
i is lit nifiiiiuiMiiz, C <*'ig' >s so -iinrnd it character. fur certain improvements.; Oa hisj i i 1'tt t 1 \nli
e. -
as to re.ievtjh -n: fm tie! ojijirt-ssiiin fur TW1& VROAI OUR: CORRESPONDENT. return he expressed himself inmli | -

uipi| 'bI-.fl it 14, <>i ilu* Hoik .'.II. It non-r Washington City, July 1 1828. gratified with the excursion, and made ;: If'Hi! i.-: I'o..t Otc- is ....fll'.t.f 19 th?
I lie lolcrau-d ti (-jn tui a luoinent Hint tiieDf Two additional the English captain "
.t> F"sr.iot"t.It: ; 'tll&lll) ;h.ml lh. UnitedSiiitvi. i 1tfml't to astussimiie Com Porter.* indictments have a very har1flsunli'J j ne.irly ojrujte; to ill ?to-j ':i I" IJ NIL)4t. >. -l__ -_. ..__ .
>!.all ."P jKnvi-r lu idx itiJi IH.luilb, Thr- New Orleans Argus of 13th June been found this morning against Dr.VATKINS. present of shawls, ?cc. as a token of .

?-. Nsdoin I. lit" Ii miv I* adilits<,-
.i th-- plfrtand; I. ii'i retiree* can !> tempt by a nanditti in Me\i'-o, dulent and deceitful p.ractice.on The Autumn sailed: from Malta tui
'lid Jftei':
i I It i--! t d!(. .( l "I to u sassiiiate Com. POKTEH. it will' hour .
.ic. Is <> : ojKMlin <-ttc:> j in the case of Purser lilt 29th of A pill at whirl limo the
ILtmbjaton. of ,/-i'-nU.! J :1. 9 'i. I -' 9 ?4--U.
'a (pi sICI of I'-i i r!;:s't-tft. or (Jl-ik.. ia | vt-ii countryman, the hero of$ i
Peifeacola EII 7li.dt and French h.is.satlors ---
I' H.uuucrc.d; < :iv 1 hk! iiin-. l! ul.lol Le II I It."IP Va'ptr.iiso still ii.siiuuins his chivalnc .; :,he other, respecting (he I J..Y-
-- -- _- I I intrepidity which no "dds in his conbat- I three hundred dollar- draft upon Mr.I'ndl.Jinjr. were daily expcted from Naples, on I I .q I'RESn U"lJ i

trim I'," rv.!:I''Indium.. j jisymptoiiii tants e\er daunted.-Norfolk Beaton The probabilitr is that their return to Constantinople: when:: 1 *' .><>'10"1'! !t. l* .7jgpp:";' flathiug'.jlljt

Itttiilliut! ,. lillIt .t1 it 4 7 arrived-- i !r..- >, !.' b-. thConsisting Vr.tier. tlt.
oj ( I| "Capt. Miner, of the La vinia, reports before (his reaches you the case of was hoped some satisfacloiy: nrlan"'cmt.us t. < 4smgii.
cor.ir*> "'"lat.J *! i 't. !>. ,': '."ipi .'!siv. thtt hid ( .-.!,
un attempt been :?:ade to assxssiiiatp the former one will to trial. I*Jssaid would he effected.! Jv
anil uijy.t P.IMI Office {',.' I. .. I go
t II .s by Com. POUTER. !
He had been orderd t.tat Letters from M Itn reWived' (f'Itft.
no be
entered by
which' nav to t..t !ettPi ,
they pay '' n S
to the of .
city Mexico and on hi A I k. Jlro ..-id .
of inipotiiioH. hud *!.>,> li> pay as in'ichpo '' Ihithtr. i ill ro-r.pany with a gentleman way nor any further obstacle be placed in the Autumn, nv-minn thit: the British it Ira--n UrVutxitccs '

txe, without u I"r11' I' tu tlie r&t. as from New Yoik and attended hy two the vay of au' issue being joined. sq tiailr.in under Admiral Mulcom! (lliul I & ttk Coats, '

hiiy l'".Maslei, may rboune to ch.ue 'I be F5'tfl4, ,hen ab' lIt forty leagues from Norfolk lieacon. sailed for the Dard'umdles! with, as i it .\ ut.1. ( rc.isbun: .und Franc>. l.u.' n do un
Ujx-n tlu-ir I..i. I"i.i i.ui fil'lieIlfI! .11' tO
Vrra Crnr, he Was attacked The Hon. sunnisoil hostile intentions wIth.'ar1el..\' of
oi>r cage out oft huinlivd, for sin cditur In I by a party o' Martin Van Bui en ill was towards .
nine '.ui'I emen : two of whun: had udvanccti been the Rtmiais.IVicklifft's lantuous Sc Vests
ijn Id* Utter jreyence of M f -'i Masirr : nominated in Ahbanid, for the lJJ
to within a ahort distance of him .
or lug CJcikV J die sorry to see it intirnattd : OffiClof President of the United" rase.This cpse is ; uit.ibiu! for ih? sc*v!>n.
I hen he turned and discovered -
that ton)' edit.,\ i. Oi'I"c'd: to defni.1 ; -he instantly wheeled and thut intctr.iutis States, to succeed General Jarkson. continued until Tinday the 3O; .- White and browi Trencn fir:.-T>, or ern to miitintl li) >'nri ;!iiju .'.ic<-. C .
On \ last Mr. I IIg"It.mto .r; BIH\lbaz"l'I. &
fucsdilY the l..ncy
one ol t l-ml who turned out to be the : Idem. Clay, as
/lea-Jcr drew his Bword and struck oil / prisoner's counsel, moved that' the J.\Cit rSQ

The National/ 't\I..lltg..nC'el- cavs that: llietfCent the hand of the other who hud engagedhun. VflSt.. Eustatia.-Capt. Harris venire be summoned by the coroner, I, 1'ir.e, pr.i.., .. d t Irii.'ed linen i-Uirts
discniiiii of tiio \\ of ;
atkins case, in The rest, tiicir J leader i;id! the brig N t'w-P.Ickel arrived I '
seeing B'ack
; l'
the District Cotnl. .'h.ive which' was agreed tu, and an older to .ii:"n cravats 11111 I sa.car. ; silkpick.t
quitHIII th (. Tbe chief of the band it i it lMid. i is at New-Yoik on Monday fiorii St I handkerchiefs silk
triateil did ;);f12s41il." WV iouM! infer us that effect ehtcrcd.Messn. II and cotton

much front tho following .11"011.; 4'1'/0' ted the very man borses from for whom his the Commodore" Custatia; reports tint u ship .urivff| C lay, Critt t .'n;ie.n and hosiery; black: horseskin, btrav ,.r mid.linen

in have Lrru made by GeonalV'.iltfr procured; jo'irne there a prize to the pirates. The jj:vi-a ; silk, cotton and uor.stv.-d.
I : Chinn counsel, t for tin
Joiii-$, Compel for llnMCVJJOI.j.) to the L. E. F*J',' the .JVational Intelligencer.Washington authorities of Si. Cu&tati.i took chargeof ,, are prisuner. I ;1I\P :. -.:; bl ick, while and e.IIt.IIS. of .
Tt.niJ.11& : Idem. Mr. UIVKS }u"fUr.'lUllz.lle.: fine iatcbl ta.tonvith: a ofBOOTS
| July the ship, and the; fifu.'ca pirates J & Kut'rIiJuppl.r:
"fltrdlj as the ai" 'u'.*'d has been dealt --- -
Min icr 10 rr.uictn.is b<%cii for somu th in.
ship of .
W'ii.i; \t., tlic (IrMinl J<.iv brtia General .
JllaC"s. yti now bt-i-jtije Die Gmml Jury days ;'iri.im this ci;\', preparing lur hi. the ship's name and place \vero she At Tallahn :ee, h., \Vfd-i-i.iv.| th5r* AND I ,

C.tlHI.; on ihrir .iin, find II charge olorjery dCJI.u tUI t abroac lJd'niged had been scratched off. The July hot Me. Jut it'. LBVI\U uSAKAH > :,,:. I f L Ii { } I'S.: &c. :

. the Cuuit 1 ll callvd on to tucrct udge B :\CitXr.IDOC, of Florida wxuds *. of Bostoo di5cernI. FIT rt.pld..t t.tnglucr of 'tre. !:'l ,
were \- A. Ftt; all o? Tjillahifser.' J. (,10, 1.V... .
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I I or STATS, AN.lI. i ,.)n SALE, AT THE 11 Al "tit HOOrst, SHOES Is hereby Riven ti tit not' ,.,
l fat fut Office JineW. 1829 PENSACOLA BOOKSTORE, Wines, &c. &v.j .. certain note given by me to Loring

A I.I. pel-sons having business with the Jl lUppttf Of UFEK10R: London Dock! Brandy J. ()'X l\-"E AvenUe, dated ;.8lh March 1829, for
., Patent Office! are reqnestedto direct I, Clierantte ditto : 312-the condition upon which said
a their communications directly to the Su IntoVihle tn\{, U Cognac do. HAS just received' a fash.onable as- note was given, not having been complied

perintendent) of that office* instead of the And\ a I'l'Hil'CJ' ol M Old Madeira Wine, 0: Winter and Spring: with.

; \ S Secretary ()Slate, the latter mode: being 'Puic.nt.inns.. II Old Sherry do. I CLOTHlflG, Thos Brown.

I uttendi-u! with cmihidcrable inconvenience Late Bordeaux Claret do. which he offers tor ale' low for cash. Pensacola, 2nd May, 182914tf.
and soou-time risk. All such communicutions \!\ Hasell Hunt. 4' Old Irish Whiskey 6th Proof. AMONG WHICH ARE;
l I are fr'tf"f f postage, and will receive FOR SALE, BYVanbaun "
Pen!r\cola. 25tn June' 1829.NO'I'ICE. Black, blue, brown and olive dress and
4 t immediate attention.John & \\ ilson.Pcagaroh. frock superfine cloth \Lnl.\'lGR'r'

t I U. Craigt I 17th November 1828-36lf. Coat8 and Pantaloons.
Superintend '.\ LL who have any demands -- COLUMBIAN SYRUP.
of the Laws of the I / \ persons of Thomas R. Bang up curd, cassinet, drdling: and cir-
1 QjT The puhVishers against the; Estate NOTICE. cassian ditto. ,4\ REMEDY which Has proved i'tself
!, United] StHtt-H will give this three or tour Broom, deceased, are hereby called uponto flUE undersigned has received instnittion :- superior to Swain's or any of the
ill(,,'rll% 0'11'. 25-4t. present them to the undersigned with- ; 'to prevent or punish the cuttingof V rr8, Panaceas for the cure of the following
t out delay ; and 1 notice is hertby Riven to valuable I timb the Public Lands. plain black and figured silk velvet, ,I diseases viz : '

T_' X \\rr 1 C all% creditors and persons entiflecl to dist ,- These instructions rupon extend not only to I valentia, toilmet. fancy and pUin silk. N F. ItOSlS, (01' affection of the bone!;)

N J.Jcction"ill.: be heM at the C< urt biuinn that their claimi and demands will Live Oak and Cedar, but to "Timber of blue and black cloth. With a variety of KING'S IWIL (or S- .ROPULAfWnrTsCANCEROUS
exhibited within two
I..4 House it) the City of Pensacola on be barred unless every description taken from the Public ll\UXD SW.ELLI'O I
from the 27th ,April 1829. Je\lCK\ T8s
years and inveterate .
': 4 the Land for tlwpurpose of Bhippingforthe UL
G.V.. Barkley, useofSawMill &c." It i is to be under- CEllS ;
1stOl\ a' m August Fine trilled and plain Irish Linen
/lU'y. in fact for the tega'iejirtsentaiive.. stood howeverthat the instructions do not SHlltTS 1 1\ Pet and BILIOUS COMPLAINT.
1 next, between the h-mrs o'9 i..d 12 0'I ; 1829 21 tt. ; ItH UMA 1'1(, Affections of the bead
Pe"s.lcoa: June ;;Oth. apply to timber used for fuel or for plantation duck check and
I t Clock, A. M. ; fur the choice of Five Directors cotton, and flannel do. SYSTEM generally ;
Oats purposes.
of the I ('urn, DlV: \\Sa ULCERS of the MO- 'H & THROAT.

: t Joint Stock IVliarf Company :?, '('HE Subscriber has received, per re- Benj. 11.Vright, SYPHILIS,, and all other diseases aris

:, to serve f.irui' yearSidney cent irrivhls, and offers for sale. U. S. Attorney. Black Italian silk CRAV.1TS, ing in the improper use of MERCURY.

P. Haines 1000 Iwshels Country ( orn. Pensacola! 7 Nov. 1828.-36-tf. plain and fancy >'npe'd do. : As a general' depurative article or

e,< Ii'I' Phil- Silk handkerchiefs. Glbves, hosiery, I cleanser of the blood.this remedy j>os! .e.s
hales best
100 quality NE'fOVN
Suspenders Hats and ses invaluable
r Henry Hyer, Caps, : powers; it Improves the

Commissioners.PenvicoU I!: adelplria Haj. In Walton County. a BOOTS appetite.. and has also the remarkable: et.

: 13th July 1829! -.24-MeVuitV ( i 50 Hacks; (10. Oats. ? lIE Subscriber laid fffa Town, at ANDSHOKS&c., .. feet bilious> depriving tint the skin of that yellov
.- I in Walton ., which 13: so common in bilious!
Alaquu, Co-inty Florida k
I \ V'o \tt\\a\iy. I 20 mall Ke;s extra quality : to he known by the name of ; constitutions.

a r/ alii!: Stockholders! are hereby notified, i Butter. \v \IlT S1\\\RO\3 G\\4t Wth Domestic and piece Goods. J. ALBIIIGHT PhiladetpUck,

t : are made up, and are. with t "Ie't' 10 : Handles. terms. .' r- BIAS STHU*" to the public.furnishe? a few
: vouchers open for their inspection, on blxesperm. The Alaqua Post Office is now kept by ; The 13th iusi. will complete fiv years :,: ot'the most remarkable cures, performed
't'I application to the Strretary. 5 boxes Cavendish Tobac the Subscriber at thi3 Place, and the Mail I since the Peusac. la Gazette has been under -!! by the same, in testimony of its superior

.. I:)' older of the! !}oIrlof Directors. road goes directly through the proposed the control of its present Editor, and I IYo I remedial powers, as given him by respectable

; t. J. G. Drake co. Town. Ihe Situation is at or near the. e take this occasion lu tender our thanksto persons! residing; in different

24-St. Secretary.vtwa 50 cto. Soap. head of Na\'igation-Iuls the benefit of I its friends and patrons, for the increase parts of the United Stales, as a just merit
f Of patronage ttiih which it has been (avol- due to the samt well
20 Sucks Salt. Sti breezes ; and abounds with never- as! as being the
fading Springs of excellent water, all of : ed during that period. By reference to means ofconveying to their fellow creatures
\ \ \rv .lL. 50 1'orn Brooms. the number of this paper, it will be per- who *
I whuh contribute to render the place both ar similarly afflicted a sure,
Office (If Ih- Clerk 1 of the County Nests tubs and buckets.so 1 pleasant and healthy.A ceived, that during the past year we have Volume i speedy aid effectual remedy-aware, that
THE published eight numbers more than a -
;;;; 't'l fnr tlip r iinty r.f EscaTrtfrn.H suitable Lot,favorably; situated, is reserved many medicine; are at this time distributed -
for ask additional
removed, to tHe Office( of the Clerk of \\ \u &t< re, I and ofl'ered a6 a present to the' we no due com about the country held forth to cure
pensation-we only ask for ichal it to
the SUpt tin:" Court of Wtst Floridi, hack A good :tssortmetilofDry I, Courty for public purposes! ,%nd there can us, and we trust that our friends in the diseases, upon which they have not the

of the Post Oincc.Entrance Grootli: Saddlei v, SboeaHals be bit little doubt that it will be the seat country will not neglect to notice the cull. slightest influence,some of which they had
through the Gate next to the Jiaticeof Walton County. It it painful and disagreeable f us to b.. tried previous to the use of the pup, as
,; Fast Office. &c. Tie Lots are 105 feet square ; prices, continually dunning our friends, and, may be seen by their own aUestai iOI1I1

0' W IlMcll. Hunt, F. H. Xisbet, 20 dollars each (for all East of the Mail while our Establishment still needs an addition The medicine is so highly reputed by
f- 4 Jlfp'tty ClerkPensaccla road, and 25 dollars each for all to the to our subscription list! it uay also some of the physicians for the cure of various -

: 2Jth .Tine. 1H29.TAAVA'ES THE.V.27VO West thereof.-Terms, one third Cash appear imfoiitic : we cannot help it, if iiiseasesthat tile proprietor's own
: Y.1L I \ TELLlGEjYCEKVLnLlSHVB and the balance in equal payment, at nine subscriptions wore regularly paid, the expense knowledge, ten gentlemen of the medical
--- IV: THE and tvelve months credit. would be but light to our Subscribers faculty were induced to try it in diseases -

S3XVtS: : Persons wishing to purchase will applyto and we should receive ample support, to which they themselves had been
!L \PE jut received per i-lizstett: : CITY WASHINGTON( the Subscriber either on the premises, even with the small number of patrons 'e subject, and 'found ,great: : benefit frum its

.rrI'\Srom New Orlear.i; tn alJiti\JnJ: i ij I BYG..lla'ES or through W. 11. Hunt, Post Master at hare-but without money we cannot pay use ; one particularly, residing in Allentown -
of choice article", & 52.&TON.TB I I Pensacola, who Iii.. a plan of the Town workman, buy paper ink, type. &c., to N. J., whose dissolution' was threat-/
r j fup.ny ':lK t i .\ar."o./.j.! J11.' 1l1jl"7lCer is an old for their inspertion. : carry on our business with satisfaction to cued by a severe attack of liver complaint,
AJ10.Yfi \\ Iii ('Ii .4 I: n I Out supporters and ourself. We must which had previously resisted his (wn
establiab.ctl! .Inurual, at Mie Seat of the I C. S. V. Jones.
i I therefore earnestly entreat those residing treatment, was in the court.? of a few
Fnsh npri!. 3 It
I ; \ I deneral doverHmeHt. ;publishes, ovij Al,. ;
i i1i I qu9 2oiilJan. 182933t.. lout of Pensacola, who are indebted to us, weeks restored to the enjoy n.cut of perfect -
ti npov.der, fYJUPJ WI j ginally) regularly, and fully, the Proceed- J
to remit mail to A- health.
j to us by or pay our
I!ro! !' N. > iiLS: and I"bates of Confess ; also, all I'
I -elit!, the small sum due ns-they must
] J and Documeuts of The accounts which) have been
f lIyui W the State: Papers pub. I t receive
know the due and
lic intertst I, laid before Congress, or originating i Large Spar BUOYS Have been o generally amounts etl from agents in djfercnt!; parts of the
1" : Loaf 5 tar, D. R.Lvmp in that bo-.ly, and all the Acts I ?' d in tile Channel leading fro-n I when sent by mail it shall be at our risk. Union, speaking of the good effects produced .
I do.Wiite passed; by them. These recommendations the Gulf Stream; through the Harbor of fallowing gentlemen are for authorizedand by the syrup, are sufficient to compile .
to the Gazett'
H dc. requested act as A-mts -
iva'VJ: in a-ldition to the variety: of other IEY WEST, into the Kay of Mexico. at thi time an octavo volume! 14. Orlfa'is) d" Vessels chiwiny! 9 1-2 feet water, and of
i information kh is to be found in its I : Radford L. C tten, Escambia. two hundred pages to enumerate .
I Sy"efl Green Havana: CofiVo, I uhimns connccied with the ( c.er111n' : hound to Mobile, Pensacola, and New- Jeremiah Savell Atmirantc. fell the cures.

I "0 CI.ellltli, Mams.Mi'ld'ingN. I ercsts of ..tir own country, with Litera- ''I Orleans, can observing: he following C. S. V. Jones, ,Ataqua.Tnomtts The doses of die: "Ccl'tmbian P*;
}tHCOIi '! n'1 Shoulders p
j. ) : j lure and Science, and the Affairs of the directions, pass through this Channel: with G. Bright, Euchee Valley. are j udiciouslr% proportioned and ud.
Fulton Market Btuf
\\' together with the cha- perfect safety, and thus avoid the tediousand to the and
}) i.el d9. ; John M. Long, Holmes' Vallry. age strength ot the hum' ys-
I racter of -ciieral! fairnf which the dangerous navigation of the Gulf- It isso
t paper Thomas Baltsrll.: IVtbbvillc. tern. perfectly innocent, th.r
Mackerel, o. : and 2, I It I is recommended to Masters of Vessels no
has sustained under its edit .
present II II .11 r\ Yonge, Rocky Comfort. effects need be apprehended from
",. Vick'es' Mctoiieu d. urs, for many: years, make the National to steer from Buoy to Buoy keeping closeto I Augustus Steele, Magnolia it, when taken agreeably: to the directions.
Sauces, ) ht"lIih'f'n'c'r u-eful, and even valuable! I them on either haiid -TTiey ate moored Leslie A. Thompson. Taliahasstc. It may be given without
t Cordials!!! (ll,. :hi the deepest water and be distinctly any apprehension -
to al 1 ttUo: J Jel an interest in the concerns 1 I L'veritt White Mgntictllo. to the must lender infant
t: _- f London f.Ide Brandy, of th is! (ir oi- other r",,n'rie3. seen from each other. The bearings Cad Humphirvs, Seminole Agency. feeble adult or
i' :' ll' .": :l'l Gill, The .'%'a'/!;:;::/ Lild'agcncer i* not a par- of the Buoys are as follows : E. B Gould. St Augustine. I
_ J'..'. \\111.." at the entrance of the Channel MEDICAL RECOXMKXDATOIIT: NonesHaving
-.., toy 'y paper, !but censures or approves where The 1st Buoy Wiliam Pioknev, Key West.
; Port Mam'ira ) ceuvorc; or npprobutinu; sceiu- to be due \I Ito and nearly in the Harbour of I Kcv Pen :lcola. March 10. 1829. I !;- recr.nmiended the use of J. Atbright's
It the West, bepra! from the Light House 01/; / "CoirjiniAjt StRtf" in myprivate own
mf.isnrfs supported -
r. Tenerifle( and : piiI.c : ------
f { VI Tlj : \\est,! N. Ur. I practice for nearly two and
; k Administration: of the General Government Key *; Compass by West: : years
t Claret J I when the measures of that Ad- distant 1 mitc.nd COFFJEE9WHISKEY having witnessed iu decided efficacy in
2 bears: from the 1st Buoy PJ W- many cases which lal previously resistedthe
Li'e .1 t1'Cf.Jen1n .. .nil.lstration \vcrj such as to meet its ap- Buoy
t SYHP, prti :ltiol! It avows a determination, by North. irual remedies, t now with n-uch
j t. roTT.tock's red streak CiJcr, though it i oppTitd; : the election of Gen. 3rd.: liuoy bears from the 2u Buoy, N.W- pleasure give my testimony in its favour,
: 1.2 North. I aid will quote a few of the most rt mar a.
4 of
Almonds .1:1: 1.,1)1. to support thejust measures
I..: 'f n Ij"in.., Figs! Prunes, natt.9, this Administration, hut as certainly t" 4th. Buoy bears from the od Buoy, N. '! PORTER, able cures performed by the same which
W.'f came notice.
'\. 1).11 Apples! Cunants, oppose the u'ijtist or proscript \'e. It 1-2 North. un4ermy
t- Swet ()"Ii.' will be,ill principle, opposed tu any Ad- 5th liuoy on te: Bar bears from the LightHouse -\ ALE, & Mr. John HincUle's! son, of Abinglai;,

1:1... dJ.Vfrmr.celli. minislr.itioii ot the Government whose on Key West, worth West b) f township, Montgomery county, Pa. of ul-
; I}. : measures siall! !s'.e\v it to have the interests West.LfVcssels. CIDER. ceratiOn of the mouth and throat, and

:I. >Uckeroni. Butter Crackers, of a p-trty: at heait, rather than the ( requiring PILOTS can obtain and violent inflammation of the eyes; the
Cinnamon, great interests of thf country. It 13, iu them MI Key West, as there is a boardof tffe Bags St. Domingo disease destroyed the soft parts of the

I Cloves! Kutmegi, Mace, Ginger, a word, \vut! its title denotes::, a Nationalpaper. branch Pilots established.Ihe : %pr Havana Coffee. throat and roof of the mouth, that it laid
Superfine Floar, sUoalfSt water at low water is 10 bare the bones and made its way into the
, Irish; Potatoes, (in Hampers ) For the independent and impartialcourse feet, and at high water 12 1-2 feet on the Fifty Barrels Jtye nose.-Mrs. Mary Peterson, of Willing

Maki.ig a complete! and general assort which it has pursued, the Aatioria.1Intelligencer Bar WM. PINKY, key. ton, Del. of confirmed Scrofula, under

hJ._ : fnrittchtan ai muni.PeiUdCols has been denounced. and an Sltperittl ',danl of liuoy One hundred and Fifty box which she laboured nearly three years. ,
; 15th June, 1829.20-tf.M :attempt his been made to put it down, Ctsrati-. Hous :, } She had extensive scrofulous ulcerations '
-- -" right or vrong, by the strong arm of KEI Wtsr: January 20, 1829 5 cs Porter, Ale, and r de on the left side of the neck down to hcr
A ii s 1IAL'8 H.\.LE--; power directed by caucus agency. The Fur salo byVanbaun breast ; the breast very much enlarged ;.

-! John tlrosnaham, ) attempt i is as vain as it would be for any; Irish olatues Sec, Wilson. her left arm nwolien and useless, and her
t-, > Executioner modern prophet to bid the sun to stand head on the affected Hide reclining on the
# o Philips j still. Thirty years old, this paper i if! not JUST RECEITED riA MOBILE.6bakIAN1I1Elis Pensacola, No,". 17th, shoulder, and violent pain in her liy..t tacn ;

r virtue of a writ of pi. Fa. to me directed yet in its mime, but acquires strength General Thomas! Siiyder, of Rbeumitio
IN from Hie lion Superior Court and )pot-r with every day of it* eiist- ,. order. Irish Potatoes<< iuRue Boxes Claret Wine, affection of Ih* head, followed by an obj
for the Western District of Florida. I wills tcnce. 2 5 strucjion of the nostrils; severe pain in c

.. efl at Public Auction, at the place of \\ lhollt h:1"ingevu: sought for popa- ALSO, : Superior quality. the upper jaw, extending from Me: nose ;:

holding\ (;uuit in Pensacola, on Tuesday, : brity ,or courted public patronage, the ..G Crates Stone-ware, asserted. :200 do Soap No. 1. over the cheek bones ; the cheeks exhi-
th- 4th day nf August next, at o'clock! :,I Jv'utionul Intelligencer enjoys already! the 91: For sale bv b ting high state of ;inflammation.-:Mr*
M., aU the right, title and intercut of the widest circulation of any Newspaper ia I.' H. Xisbct. 2 Pipes of dry Malaga Valentine Boraef ulceration of the iVft
I r sud Zeno I'hilipoI. one of the heirs at the United States. It is rcd in every JVine nostril, obstruction of tr.esaraeloss of

,; .1 Law, Joseph )I'I,lips, deceased, in and State and Territory in the Union, ami in Pcnsaeola! March 23rd 1829. smell, difficulty of breathing anj severe
tit the following tracts of land. to wit- every city :lIt.wn, as well as in the Sacks of Salt.A pain of the system -Mr. Mus-ck's wife

r One iinJividf half of A tract of hud of country. It U read in every capital in Ioseu: l\\\t\e-r, tkt. GOOD ASSORTMSNT OF son and daughter; Mrs Musick. of Cln

., 400 arpenfc, situated about a mile N. E. Europe and possesses sources of information me Rheumatism, with which she hid been ".
1 of Peiisacvls, und houn.Jvd N. C. bv"a' extended by no other Jourml. \ Best Goshen Butter, DRY GOODS &c. afflicted upwards ot" sixteen years hi:? (

; c.i->t lands, S. E &. : by the Bay of Pen For the firt time, an effort is made to t.4 Family Flour, in half Bbls For sale by son of scald head and daughter ef scorbutic

sarula. and N. U. & W. by the Bayou enlarge the subscription to it, by Herding I J'onchon Tea, H. affection of nut gums and discluige!
Texar cxciusifc' ot t'ie !bhorc. forth this Prospectus, which our a I.ci'- Cranberries, from the left ear.-Stephen Snare's sun of
Two hundred arpens of land. Minuted sri!* iu politics are expected to deal &0 11.-1\\ i lacinnati Hams, (Gassoway.: ) carious affection of the shin ; ncarli the

about six: miles, more or Jess, N. E.'from generously! with as to let it be seen, and Raisins, new Crop. I whole of the shin bone was dea'rojcJ,
No. Mackerel
Prnsacol. and about 4 mile from the our friends s'> Kindly is to further our 1 together with many of the smaller bones
t i" ntoii'h ot Bayou l>x"'T, in the directicn purpose with their aid' and countenance.: I H.df best Cincinnati Family fUnderwood's first rate Fancy Chairs. of the foot.-Mr. James M'Minn, of hver f

of the east bank, of said Bayou, aft:! the Heretofore, we have hardly wished to enLrge best assorted Pickles ana Board. complaint a.. asthma; which hu had upwards a
t Easi Branch of the I reck, known by the I our subscription list. Intending Sauce, 4 Bureau of nine 'ears.-lrs. Myers, of ulcerated
a I name ot Indian Puss, and bnu'ided there- hereafter, however, to devote ourselves Pine Apple Cheese. 1 Bureau and Secretary. sore mouth and throat 'antI her d
i gn on the South and WSl-dU all other wholly to the newspaper, and to a pro. For Sale by the Subscriber, at his 4 Ladies' dressing Tables aou Bureaus* daughter of scrofula. Besides the diseases tt
sides by) vacant lands. The former tr.ctIi per improvement of "the coudition of Store, Main Street: in frcnt of the Public 6 Do work Stands. above enumerated, I prescribed the Syrvp

: tv as originally granted by Morales to Ia' the Pres," we invite such further sub Square. 2 Do. writing do. with great success iu mercurial cases and n-

I runGoaZili'Z in 1807--the Iattrrtract scriptions, as, being punctually paid, will J. l} scay. 2 Sets dining tables. secondary syphihs. tl

: \111" granted by Morales to John B Alextndro remunerate our labor and expense( Pensacola, Nov. *.lst. 1 2833tf. 1 pair card do
3 Bed steads. In giving this testimony of the merit, of
A in 1808. They have been )levied on 1'tiC A'ationat IntclUgmccr is published n
Lr Wash Stands, wilt be sold for Cash, at the Columbian Syrup: I divested my .,
said liE Subscriber informs
satisfy Execution Ten
1 tj and costs. daily: at Dollars: per annum, payable j respectfully
reduced prices, to close language entirely of technical terms, the tl
A. Uord0n. in advance. Itjs published, also, for the <..! his friends and the Public generally a .
i Haines better to be understood by those, to whoa ,
more convenient circulation where a daily tbat he is now prepared to furnish, t $ tc
it is intended its effects.
W- Mars/tal, mail does not penetrate, three times a the shortest notice, March Gth, 1829.-8.-tf. convey Or
J. : of time the diseases have
week at Six Dollars
per annum, payable: MUAi UiOXS t.
f L1tns&col 26th .lone. 1829. dissipated, convinces me, that the cwtt (
ill advance. A remittance of either of
these nmouiHi in bank mail of every description, as cheap as they can KlltCIl'V.ASSEU", &c.L' are permanent, and it may with propriety Jf

i ljV l\.lrrl E.A will ensure the prompt and paper regular, by transmission ,-I imported, with the additional advantage HI Sale, by the Subscriber, lately be said, that its healing qualities rank it al:
j of that be of their being warranted ; and also .lit' received from New Orleans, among the first remedies of the prenent th
S th spirit all:.! progress! of "HE-: dend.J'Uoe} \. every paper may or. warranted Axes!, at the same rate lie Kirchwasser, (of ihe Black Forest) day. JOHN f. MAYWEG )I.D' Ut

r-'Kn" hii! refj'iir th: 6iiTreider 8ubscrlbinJ'iIJ will also be thankful for orders for work Chajnpaigne (Sparkling) Philadelphia.March 5, 1828. ft
please to signif '
ol I '.' I'J&cc:I h..lc1lJy ir.f, 1 Hg-ajn whctlitr they desire the for 1 of*n}' description in his old line of business i- CuiMioiet d'Angem (French Cherry Cor The above mentioned Medicine cn be "

,I \ '" prole i.y.ial: services to my fri'-n.l' :uu!I I year only, and then to be stopped paper with a ; and such as he may be favored dials.) procured, at three dolfcus per quart bottle I Jn. 1

.) the I'ub'ic gcncrall) at Attorn j < uunfieJior. out further notice, to wish it to be with will be performed with expedition,, Muscatel Wine, best quality.Berdaaux of the Subscribers, who will exhibit Ito Ire
:' and Proctor of the te\tiai 'ourts until countermanded. continued and in the most workmanlike manner, at Oil. any person applying the certilicite* fUr

.J !.:;.' \t eit; Florida. Washington, March 5,1829. his Blacksmith' Shop in Pensacola. Wlute Wine Vinegar. of cures alluded to by HoctorJawcg'os

A (Cordon.Per.sacola ..Subscriptions received at .the Office of James Pendleton. do.J.. L3cscay.Penrrola ,r anbauurilson..

f 4tb July' 1829- the'Pensacola! Gazette. I 11th December 1829.-45-tf. : 16th Feb.1829-5.-tf.- Pensacola.lfith January. t2-w.f.

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