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: September 8, 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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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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MiSCELJ..ANY. "Who directed, yon to me 7" fearful under tone, which sounded as if some",adds' JK> statement, she exhibited! no signs t

... "Old acquaintance." of the eternal rocks around him were addinga f suffering, or even of sensation mtil towardsthe I

-- "Never saw you with my eyes shiver! response to his imprecations--"that's impossible ; end, when she laughed like, a person

rrJm the London Literary Ma&L ;roc! But never mind you look like the ,< It is a part of them, it has 'been''I'Iso }who was tickled, and exclaimed, "JFmiuez, ..

/The Phantom Hand. breed-a ready hand and a light heel, ha !\ for years darkness could not shroud it- I ne me chatouittez pas-leave off,' dp riot j

11 *e.t a hand you cannot sec, all's right, tap your keg !" : distance could not separate it from my burning i j tickle me." Previous to each dressing of

(iFfticA beckons me._away. "No sooner said than done. TljJ keg I eye-balls !awake, it was there-asleep, the wound she was again magnetised; with

In lpncly Part of ;lo bleak! anal rocky was broached, &.tt good basin double Hoi- ', it flickered and blazed before me It has ;: perfect success, and the cure was cQ. )pletq.

Coast of Scotland there dwelt a being who i lands was brimming at the lips of the Wlock .'- been my rock ahead through life, and it will 1
Bas designated by the few who knew and ;;, Fisher. The stranger did himself a herald me to lull !" So spying he pressed 1 FOREIGN:

feared him, the \Varlock Fisher. He was, !t similar service, and they grew friendly. The his sinewy hands upon his face, and buried :;

in truth, a singular and fearful old man. For Fisher could not avoid placing his hand be- j!I his head between his knees, till the rock be- From the New York Daily Adrertiser,June 14tA. ...

years he had followed his dangerous occupa- fore his eyes once or twice, as if wishful to | neath him seemed to shake. with his uncon- LATEST FROM ENGLAND. .
tion 'done; adventuring forth in weather avoid the keen gaze of the stranger, who :j troulable agony. t
which appalled the stoutest of the stout hearts still plied the fire with fuel, and his host with I IIIolhmtis. [ "Again it beckons me !I"" said he, starting Yesterday the packet arrived ship Manchester
Capt. Skelchley, at this from '
that occasionally exchanged a word with him Reserve was at length annihilated up : "ten thousand fires arc blazing in my !I;, port
in passing! to and fro to their mutual employ and the Fisher jocularly said, heart-in my brain whe'e, where can I be Liverpool, bringing London papers to the
: 30th June and
I Liverpool to the 1st of
raent. Of his name, birth or descent, nothing I "\ so we're old acquaintantance, ha!" worse Fiend I defy thee !I" I July,
Lists the 26th
Lloyd's to June and Liven*
w < known ; but the fecundity of conjecture :: "..\ ," said the young man, with anothersearchinb "I see nothing !" said his companion, I ,
,Price Currents the
pool to 1st of July) $
h.t.i -,ipplied an unfailing stock of materials glance. "I was in doubt at iirst, : with unalterable corrposure. I II 'inclusive. The a
on -!ar-"e points. Some said he was the Devil! but now I am certain." i i[ You see nothing!" thundered the Fisher, I I on
I 1st of JulyI
inc! a''."j ; others said he was a Dutchman, i< "And "hat' to be done 1" said the Fish :with mingled sicasm and fury ; "look ,
or svvnc: other"fir away foreigner;" who had ] ere i there: /" He snitched his hand, and pointing I I The papers contain an official account ofa

fled to these comparative solitudes: for a "An hour after midnight you must put me !!:: steadily in"> the gloom, again murmured, I I a battle between the Russians and Turks ift
shelter from the retribution due to some onboard' 's boat ; she'll be ahroad.They'll i j 1.Look "tlore !" :the neighborhood of Shoumla, in which, atcr
severe lighting for four hours the latter
grievous crime ; and all agreed that he was run a light to tho mast head, for At that moment tho lightning blazed ,
I, were completely defeated and routed. Tb
nerhr. : Scot nor a true mm. In outward which vou'll sterr. Yoii'rp a good hand at ,I around with appalling brilliancy; and the $.
: the helm in dark and small tvhito hand, pai,>t:>. Turkish forces were com---1.1 **y *
form, -.oweves he was still "a model ol a' a rough sea. i trap o. O(1OW a .gtreimlously Grand Vizier in person who to have
man," r;ill and well made ; though in ycurs, I "110\\', if I will not 1" was the reply.! ) upwards. been taken appears General,
entirely by-surprite by
his natural strength was far from being aba "Then your life or mine: !" I "J saw it there," said he, "but} it is" not Deibisch, and escaped: from the field of bat- '

ted. His matted black hair, hanging in elf They sprang to heir simultaneously; ,I hers! Infatuated, abandoned \ ill!:'in he tie with'erj" few attendants, having lost all

lo'*k.; .bout his: cars and shoulders, together and an immediate encounter seemed incvita- i I continued, with irrepressible eiu'ryy, it is his cannon. The Turkish force in the en*' 7
ble. not sister's hmd-llo it is the incarnate
with the perpetual sullenness which seemed my
is said: have been
to about
native: in the expression of his features, neither "Pbhu !" said the Fisher, sinking: on his I i! fiend's who tempted you to perdition I agement

!'tf,ul.tr nor pleasing, gave him an ap- 'I seat, "what madness thiis ? 1 was a 1 I begone together !I" men.If the result of this battle should lead t<>'
He with the and the He aimed a dreadful blow at the astonished
jHMrance unendurably disgusting. lived thought warm liquor, recollections I the of the fortresses
capture strong on the
alonein hovel of his construction of times were Fisher, who instinctively Avoided the stroke. .
a own partially past rising on ny me- :.i Balkan and thus
a for the Run-
scooped out of the rock-;'as never mory. Think nothing of it. I hoard these Mutually wound up to the highest pitch of open passage :
shin into the Ottoman territories iff
known to have suffered a visitor within 11 s"ansto words: once before ;" and !le gioun.1 his l : anger, they grappled each other's throat, set troops be attended with serious ,
have spoken a kind word or done teeth in rr.ge. i i I, their feet, and straightened for the throw, may The British Parliament consequence .

akin!.! action. Once, indeed, he performedan "\ cs, once ; but in a Miriilcr voice than which was inevitably to bury both in the 24th of June. The was following proroguedorjthe is tbo

act which, in a less ominous being, would yours." Sometimes, too, the bastard rises to j wild waves beneath. A taunt shriek was King's speech which was communicated
have been 1 mded as tho extreme heroism. I my view, and then 1 smite him ::o- -hah htarJ, and a gibbering as of many voices, commission by
In a dreadful stormy morning, a fishing boat give us another basin full." lie strurkshort! \ came fluttering around them. i t

was seen in great distress, making for the at vacancy, snatched the beverage from the i "Chatter: oil i !1" said the Fisher, "he joins PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. ,

shore-there was a father and two sons in it. stranger, and tli.Mik: it otV. "Au hour after !i you now !" This being the day appointed for the PrcdL.
The danger became imminent as they neared midnight, said vo 1" I j "Together will be together !" said the rogation of Parliament, shortly after two .I ,

the rocky promontory of tho.fisher-and the "Ay-you'll*see no bastards thCi1.Vorsemay ." } stranger, as with a last desperate effort he o'clock his Majesty's Commissioners, th4 '
boat UPct.Vomen and boys were scream- "\ be-worse !" uttered the bent his adversary backwards from the Lord Chancellor, the Duke VVellmgtoc:;*'

ing and gesticulating from: the beach in all Fisher, sinking into abstraction, and glaring I projecting cliff. The voice of the Fisher ;he Earl of Rosalyn, and the Marquis of

the wild and useless energy of despair, but wildly on the flickering embers before him. j sounded hoarsely in execrationaa they dash- Winchester, entered the House of Lords*. \

assistance was no where to be seen. The "\Vb)', how's this ]" said the stranger, i I ed into the sea together ; but what he said and took their seats. ,
father and one of the lade cUanppedrud Air- Are your senses playing bo-peep with the 1 was drowned in the hoarser murmur of thei Flue? Speaker of the House of Common.. "

ever ; but the younger boy clung, with extraordinary ghost of some pigeon-livered coast-captain, i splashing surge. The body of the stranger accompanied by a numerous deputationhai-

rcso;.ition, t.ojhe inverted vessel. ha 1" Come, take another pull at tho keg, to i was found on the next morning flung far upon ing entered and presented themselves at too \

By accident, theVarIock Fisher came to clear your! head lights, and tell us a bit of''; the rocky shore-but that of the murderer bar, His Majesty's Commission for giving:

the door of hh hovel, saw the 'owning lad, your ditty." I was gone forever the Royal assent. as to several public an/y t '
& plimged instantaneously) the sea. For The Fisher took another lh'.Hi!;h: and i The superstitious peasantry of the neighboo"bood Private acts of Parliament, was read, and the*

some minutes he was invisible amid the angry proceeded ;"About five and twenty years I!; still consider the spot as haunted ; acts were passed with the usual fonnalitieflf,

turmoil, but he swam like an inhabitant othat f ago, a stranger came to this hut-may the I'I and at midnightwhen the waves dash fitfully The Lord Chancellorthcn read'

fearful clement and bore the boy in safe curse of God Annihilate him !" ( against the perilous crags and the bleak THE SPEECH OF HIS MAJESTY,

ly to the beach. From fatigue or fear, or "Amen to that," said the young man. winds swap with long and angry moan "My Lords and Gentlemen : ,

the effects of both united, the poor lad died "He brought with him a boy and a girl, a around them, they still hear the gibbering "'Ve are commanded by His Majesty, JR:"
afterwards and his relatives of gold, and-the arch fiend's of he fiend and the mortal execrations of I
shoitly grateful purse tongue relieving you from your attendance in Parliament -,
industriously insisted, that he had beenblighted to tempt meVell! it was to lake these the Warlock Fi.durbut! after that fearful I to express to you his Majesty's a<-"-

in the grasp of his unhallowed res- children out to sea-upset the boat-and, night no man ever saw THE. PHANTOM" BA.'iD. knowledge ments for the zeal and assiduity,
cuer; :t lose them. with which you have applied yourselves to

Towards the end of Autumn, the weather "And you did so," interrupted tb atran- Lafayette's Soirecs.-Tlie following extractof I the despatch of the public-business-and _c-

frequently becomes so broken and stormy in ger."I a letter from Paris, ia interesting, as referring pecially the consideration, of.those imponf;
these parts as to render the sustenance derived tried-but listen. On a fine evening, to one of the most distinguished charac-1! tant matters which his MaJ'estyrecommen ,

from fishing extremely precarious. I took them out ; the sun sank rapidly, andI ters of the present age :-"The most t
Against this, however, the \V:U"lock FisherWas knew by the freshening of the breeze, there 1 ionable soiree, though it is in some so: t political session. .' '

provided : for, caring little for weather, would be a storm. I was not mistaken. ItI I ia that of the veteran Lafayette, |I "His Majesty directs us to inform youtbaifhe

and apparently less for life, he went out in-all came on even faster than I wished. The which takes place on every Tuesday evenI f I i continues to receive from his allies, and

seasons, and was known to bo absent for children were alarmed-the boy, in particular ing. Here one may meat from one to two from all foreign powers, assurances: of thefc:

flays during the most violent storms, when grew suspicious ; he insisted that I had hundred person of rank ; peers deputies, j earnest desire to cultivate the relations $$.> ,

:Every hope of seeing him again was lost. an object in going out so far at sunset. This literature, avocats, distinguished foreigners,1 peace and maintain jHe most friendly wit ,

Still nothing harmed him ; be came drifting irritated me-and I rose up to smite him, from all parts of the globe, and all that Paris j I'' derstanding with his Majesty.' ._.. '

bark again,the same wayward, unfearing,unhallowed when the fair girl interposed her fragile form can boast, in the way of fenvie} beauty j'< "His Majesty J laments that he; has not tc*:-

animal. To account for this, it was between Us. She screamed for mercy, and among the liberals. These soirees s.i e really i j i announce to you the termination, of the wa6i
understood he was connected with smugglers clung! my arm with the desparation of de- very pleasant contrivances for keeping up ||'in the east of Europe. But His fajestyco. '

that his days of absence were spent in spair.I could not shake her off. The boy had gftod society, and perhaps party influence l j mands us to. assure you,.that he"wiU-continu&r::
their ser\'icc-h1 reconnoitering 'for their the spirit of a man; he seized a piece ofspar,& Many persons attend them in the first instance i: to use his utmost endeavors to prevent dS

Safety and as hting their depredations. struck me on the temples. How, you vi-! I from a natural desire to sec the old : extension of hostilities, and to promote.:tht.
Whatever of truth there may be in it, it was l hin !' said ho, 'your life or mine !' At General; but all return with rtclight to n restoration of peace. :

well known that: the Warlock Fisher never tlr.it moment the bo-it upset, and we were all spot in which there are so many .gremens of;:
"It is with satisfaction his informs'you
wanted ardent spirits ; a:1dso free was he in adrift. The boy I never saw again- -a wit, knowledge and beauty. The ladies are Majesty .-
that he bas been enabled his
their me, and of tobacco, that he his been tremendous sea broke between us-but, the full dressed in those soirees, but the gentlemen to renew
relations with -
beard, in a loug and dreary winter's evening wretched girl clung to me like hate !-her go in boots, which} when of a dress diplomatic the Ottoman Porte: 1
The Ambassadors
of his and of tfttt--
carolling songs in a strange tongue, with dying scream is ringing ia my ears like nra d- character, arc considered fit for all places of France 4
King are on return to Coj "
all the fervor of tin inspired bacchanal. It ness I struck her forehead and she sank except the ball room. The honors are delightfully >-
; stantinople, and the Emperor of Russia having .
has been said too, at such times, he held a -all but her hand, one little white hand done by the General, who is a fine, -
I been authorize the
Strange talk: with some who never answered, would not sink I threw myself on my tall, and still vigorous man, of 71. He hasa ; pleased- plenipoteo A,
i tiarics of his} allies to act on behalf of his In7
deprecated sights which no one else could 1 I back, and struck at it with both my feet- kind word for every person, and a kind
P rbll\Iajcsty'the for the
See, and exhibited the fury of an outrageous and then I thought it sunk forevcr.-I made welcome for all. Benevolence and good | negotiations finajtj *
of Greece will &
I j be carried
fflaniar. the shore_ with difficulty, for I was stunnedand humor are marked upon his countenance; : ktm"n n..J.. ."y* 4-Vw -on ...:
It was towards the close of an Autumn senseless and the ocean heaved as h it and he appears prejudiceswhcth2r r of u"ow name u& UIOW gee contracting parties. t0,. .
the of London.
day, that a tall young man was seen survey- would have washed away the mortal world ; native or foreign growth. Nothing :surprizesa treaty: : ,.
L'1gthe} barren rocks, and apparently deserted and the lightning blazed as if hell had cometo stranger: more than the first introduction to I "Tho army 01"his most Christian Majesty

shores, near tho dwelling of the Fisher. light the scene of warfare I have never Lafayette.-Thc reminiscences of the,French has been withdrawn from the Moreaiwitli the

He wore the inquiring aspect of a stranger, since been on the sea midnight but that revolution prepare one for a person in extreme exception of a smajl force, destined, for a

and yet his step v indicated a previous acquaintance hand has followed or preceded me; I have age but we find a hale and well looking time, to assist in the establishment' of ordef yin

with the scene. The sun was riever -----" Here he sunk down. from man, who appears younger than he is, a country which has so long been'tbo scene'

flinging his boldest radiance on the rolling : his scat, and rolled himself agony upon the and who may. fairly be expected to remainfor of confusion and anarchy >

ocean, as the youth ascended the rugged path I floor. many years, a prominent character. in "It. : is with increased gr t, that hi"Tdajesty -.%
which led to the Warlock Fisher's hut. He "Poor wretch !" mattered the stranger, I French. politics."-f ondon Globe. again advertS to the condition of tha '

surveyed the door for a moment, as if to what hinders now my long sought vengeance I Portuguese monarchy., But His Majesty

be certain of the spot ; and then, with one Even with my foot-but thou shah uEctacI.-The animal magnetisers of commands us to repeat,his-deterroination.to.>

Stroke of his foot, dashed the door inwards. share my murderedsister's, grave !I" Paris pretend, that when they have thrown use every effort* reconcile' conflicting lwterests"and "' *
It A shot j is fired=;look for the !" to remove the which
way damp and tenantless. The stranger out light any one into a state of what they are pleasedto evils : rest;
set down his bundle, kindled a fire, and re- -said,tlie young man. I call "ecstacy" the body is insensible to heiiviIj.upo ona. country'ttie piosperity:,f*' ,
chained in quiet possession. In a few hours The Fisher went to the door ; but suddenly -.! suffering; and they are just now circulating which must forever be zui object of lbs ** .

the Fisher returned. He startled involuntarily started back, clasping. his hand before ,and t attaching,.great importance to the case jesty's i 8Oli. tud6.* .

at the sight of the intruder, who sprang his aicc. I j j, of an old lady of 64,' who having been' "Gcnt1e1)lelf. of the House Common : ". .."K ..
to his feet, ready for any alternative. "Fire and brimstone !r there it is again !" ,' thrown by them into a state of ecstacy, "JlisMajestycoinmandi as 19 'thank ,. "
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What seek you in toY hut 1" said the "What !", said( his companion, looking; underwent, as they say, the severe operation ,for ttye supplies \diich you Have' grajitecffor'the : -

Fi"hor.A cooly around him; |of having an ulcerous.cancer cut: 'out of her, service of the year, and,tosS 'e you' f*

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-. "J >, aad eduiJ.P.on- wi:itl t this \'i C r' set --OtL roul. Slloir:;i ono',,-!l'hc'Tuf "-ish. sic P s t prep 1 re3 for I M tile, but which he'lfJd ;t.liil'{ with him'mciclyT6 r !{ipuipo.so <.

.tie; s tncorc:bope ''of:his the 5th, leaving .the fwihor proseCUBO1.ot ; were aUntkcd by the enemy and compelled } : of reconnoitering, and although.he
ortanVfficasurcs which the sito,, of that fortress, to Lieutenant Oe-tfM I! retreat. Since tho Captain Pacha has had not time to put himself into miUtaiy
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rcmained. it nnrl.or in the clvthnol and will order lus "
: : with
ha oPttdby P *&nt; in the nctftl) hrassof fsk S&. I yet enthusiasm t ,
of the 'session! may tend, under The 'indefatigable tfiorhj of ilk 5i\ih dmpi;'! } o .+ -! I ho rushed upon the enemy, and with the help
course present a.sen. of God routed them 0
in opening
the blessing of Divine Providence, to, sion of Pioneers-sucteccdcd so cntiiely that not

establish tho tranquility, and improve ihe. i pass<1go, in spite of the extraordinary! diffiI I{ TUGAL.-Lctters to the 12th inst. even a vestige of them remained. The tro

condition of Ireland ; TIm1 that, by strength-I lttcs of the _ground, and. made >il }1.QssIlJle.for .,have been recpived from Oporto. That phies taken consisted in twelve large picTcs

the bonds of- union Wwcen several me, after a I previous junction with Go ,I onto guilt commercial city, owing to artillery, with as many ammunition wagons
cuing neral Roth'to on the 29th, m a tj,0night's I a considerable number of soldiers and
Vurtfcf this cmpirc.they may consolidate occupy political situation of Portugal, is declining ; ,
great : all the denies and of;' se\ernl] officers. The remainder with
its and promote march, passes :; fast into a state of the utmost misery their
'the I and augment oflI} power e." tho rear of the enemy, by which he drew) bis,,} |I and yrretched css. All the natives either j general, (who was Governor of Vairu) were .
happiness} } pcop Choull_ killed j! tIC
m and provisionsfrom a. I in engagement. The took
The affairs Portugal arc.noticed. in vc ammunitign are, or fear to be, under proscription, and' troops}
terms. seffort Majesty is determined My forced march with the corps of Count; i tncPahlen .English residents lose their best connections. considerable booty in arms, &c.

rv general reconcile conftct- was covered tiv several of our.mr-. Thus jilL,parties are made- > suffer. ". Nevexjiad itch an engagement been
'" --b ..m.....use.._a-{ Wiih'i, nV to p.*.-....w.... ii9, in U/.U1S, penormed with the greatest caution, ; The l] destitution amonglho lower classes; was \\Itnesved:; ly .tie Grand Vizier, and morn
\ L other words, Ho marry the voting Queen too and remained wholly unknown to the 'efie* [ dreadful, and the consumption of provisions especially in the plain, and breast to ljrrst,

the accompli,d Don Miguel. m y.- The astonished Vizier did not receive' in consequence had so materially fallen] oT( 'r a thing quite ummml to Ottoman troop

The intelligence fromVallachm, as icspects the first news of our-approach: till the defile that corn and the other necessaries for .life I I The will of God therefore \"ir.tr, ben fulfil.!

the progress of -the disease raping: at Marda (called Madarda in the maps) was though; by no means abundant, scarcely, led* for our encouragement\ in this first engacrmrnt -

:. f there is cxtrcnicry unfavorable. In P.ucharost orrnpicd} by our troops. Even then }he did 1 found, a market. it is. for the Pachas( as fairhfnl: ser\nts

0' not less than 110 houses were closed, not presage the danger which threatened i j 'The sailing of the second expedition Of tiro} Government, to rejoice and }IHlY (;oll
of sick is estimated at him in its whole extent but that that the receive
1 and the total number imagined against Terceira is contit uted. The forceon enemy nviy condign treatment
hot less than 18000.> his new adversary was a corps of about 1000 l leaving the Tagus, consisted of 12 sail. every where."

Elections were making in Greece for the men, detached by General Roth, the only there were 1,800 military. ; The Hon. Stratford Canning !lady, and

t tt Approaching National ,Assembly. Several object of which was to threaten his !line emmunication. f, \\'e have letters from Terceira to the 5th .suite) arrived at Dover June 2b', on their way

districts had named Count Capo d'lbtrias for co However, even on the inst. The Mann] was blockaded? by Don to London for which. tlu,' immediately J continued

t their representative.A supposition, ho tkought it necessary to raise Miguel's| squadron which consisted eta line their jom ncv.
letter from Gibraltar states that, the the siege ofPnvaJinnd advanced the whole Of battle I'i I The London Courier, the Cab'rei; i paper,
ship, a frigate, and a sloop. The!
I fleet of the Emperor of Morocco has been army toward, the defiles of Kulawtacha, in former sa'YS-" 'VC have been assured that; he
end the latter 'r
I destroyed by the Austrians in tne port of the full.]) pt.l''U;,;.jon} tJwt|, !lie chould: !be able r n.. ,. Ln Praya was; every Angra thin, ,howcver two, was tranquil off- !|j!! {[who: 1] acknowledges the impolicy of the

.erache. tirely to destroy oir feeble: corps.. and the refugec3deemecl their situationsecure. 'new tariff, and will be glad to see .iteihel'

The Manchester papers state that, the im The enemy at first did not oppose t more No attempt at landing on the "part repealed] or modified."

,: provement'lately noticed in trade continuedas than about 3000 men, infantry, cavalry and off Don Miguel's troops, was anticipated, as Lord C'lStlerengh, having: accept-! the

I. regards most of the heavier articles artillery, fo the above mentioned strong rc- i; the island was strongly fortified at all points, office! of a Lord of the Admiralty, the lepre-

\ farodtiction. In Bolton the muslin tradeWas connoiteiing party ; blot on the nearer ap- : 30 pieces of cannon rerenily arrived from sentation of Downshire is heroine vacant.

in a desponding state. In many other proach of our columns, h* displayed all his England, and been added to the batteries i inthe The Courier say*_"If muss be regarded

1 manufacturing towns trade was in a state ol",1 forces: in regular squares ofinfantr}* and well Castle of St. Jean Daptista I which commanded as a iroof'of the desire oi'the Porte to pro-

. I extreme depression. disposed i columns] of cavalry, supported by the entrance to ,An troop }piti.ite Trance as well as England, that she

The Dublin Mercantile Advertiser says- numerous artillery. According to the account -J l! were stationed every where a landing could I }has used all'her influence with the Dcy of

there i is no doubt now entertained of Mr. of the} prisoners, the army ronsisted of be {'fl ctcd. The volunteers were chieily] Algiers, to Induce him to give the satisfaction

; O'Connell's election in Clare. It is said he 2i2 regiments of regular infantry, some rrgiat Laproya, about four ira.gnPC| ; from Ang--i I j: which France requires." 0

will have no competitor. mIJt s of rr.wular c 1\.:lay, and abnvnAnntonian tOO it ;* ..ter concealed that Don Miguel hsmp-: !\ Dublin, June 24.-This morning, Mr..
: ; and
inf.-nlry cavahy. ny adherents among the people, and the soldiers !-I O'Connall accompanied by Messrs. Ion

The' Fifth Bulletin of the Russian Our brave troops} burned with impatience patrolled the streets day and night to I ayne, Sugrue, Lanigan, Barrett, &f'. attend.

+ Army. to engage the enemy, and a most sanguinary! |prevent any rising or disturbance: The su-'i: pdpeaiumcvary at the head Ofiice of Police, to I lulls': c

Br.Ri.Lv; Jens 21. battle endued ; t.o that I was bliiied} at the } ; officers had been formed into I j formations against, JMr. Talbot] GliscocL,

.. Keit.s from the Theatre ufJlo ,,o.t very bejjinnin;*, to make a reserve of ;wobrigades a battalion, ;and drilled to handle the musket, : the opposition! Cuniiidfc! for Clare. Mr.

t 0 Warsaw, June, 19.-According to a I LlI-! and infantry, and with their artillery, they chiefly formed the night: patrol, at their Konayno< stated thrft}: !he hud heard [Ir. Ul..r 1 .
: lotin received here to day a battle took i I: horse a brigade cavalry, with a coni|>any ol own request.: They were anxiously in expectation cock make use fir threatening lnncu'gt' on
tillery advanced into the fire. I
i ThK!
place} near Chouml.i on the! llih this mum!! '' reinforcement I } of news from .r:1: !?lanri, as reports divers occasions to Mr. O'ConnelJ] f but that
and I
: the \t 11 "
:.. in which the Grand Vizier v.,is totally) do- ,;'of: the 19th especially \i Ie-"i were very common that Great Britain and pcirticul.il;+ l ly, on the day before, he saw Mr.

featcd, and lost all his artiller}'. I I|I under! the personal cumPan'ofhorsc command artillery of the,which France were ondoavoring to effect an ar- ,' Glascock: in the Hall; of the Four .CtHIrti.
} brave I 0
'The ran'uent I,f tie II flourishing a dctonatibir which .
above'mentioned Bulletin expresses \] f'I"I g'e" a ltlrs.: gt n, was m: do
Major General Arnoldt did the
itself in the following terms : :: enemy gioatj JJcvon. TcL to resemble a cane, and) with which he swoic

"General Die'ctsch! obtained on tIm 1 lib. j' ken damage and;executed and also with several thc attacks undcrt. ::* !';'-HJ tl" .J..ft .:I'gr Lhtintirf. nen't would drive a bullet? through the white

inst. a brilliant victory over the Turkish ar- ,: (j the } greatest rc clu-I Puriz, June J'J.-Exti.'ir.t of a private liver of the great dempgogue, without tourh
tionby Parlograd and I 'kut.sk
; iny'.under the walls of Choumla. Being informed monts:of hussars considerable': rr'l- letter: from Lisbon! ilatrd/ June 6.-. "The in::if I.1 is black ]heart, \;ith rrvrrol} ct :csstLs:

that the Grand 1 icier had; left his obtaining us a Belle, Gabrielle Fn-nch} frigate; has just arrived ol'ji similar nature, {Ill!! tending; to ne r:: ;.u ,

entrenched camp and marched towards Pra- : tic.M'perini continued} ; notwithstanding with which, =chat- in ihis }port. It could( not appear} '! apprehension that lie wcilrl} ; commit .:. brcU

vadi, the Gencr.il left Silistria on the jih; oft sides till grc-it: obstinacy on both inoso apropos than after the executions : of the })care. The informations of Messrs.
r at length '
June, in order lo place himself on the line to retreat into adv thfMMieiiiy wariniixr8ed Opoito, andthe excesses recently committed O'Connell, and Ronayne were! immediately

of communications of the Turkish army, and I ; \eifl an wood
hy the field
leaving of !
I +- cut oiTita! retreat. This man unc which COT he presence of this vessel has produced hh: wariant, and in less thin Italian hour;
tyas executed, with equal boldness! : and skill II who] had with f a great pact of his regulur troops, here a lively sensation, ainl{ almost general j !: Manley, the officer, took MGlascock} into
i lien in thc action.!
j# '#" t=as crowned with I success. After a fatiguing:: After murderous :: joy. It c'-iniiot ;jail;} to in four
.t it. finrch ,,thro4' days the General having-ar-! t fire which the combat of hours, of the peace; with awe, and it will preserve ling carriage, at the door pf his:Hotel' in
; exhaustr
rived in4he) vide of M-idara, learned) that t
the Grand Vizier, alter an unsuccessful: 1 not; Cviniinito, entirely ceased on both *;5dcs., treatment: to which: the inhabitants of Lisbon ; Tudor, lie disclaimed., any intention orf'!!-
1 f" talk 'In ravadi, v/is at Jo..imu\! : in- Hado, use ofthisjnterval of repose, to take, bilge( been exp./:.el1 t for above a fortni I'i. j 1 ing} violence! to thc person of Jlr. O' pnn'P.
i slid! other Measures as appeared to mo lCC ; i He believed] he mIght have made
I i use of the
landed to return to Chomul! in fat.;, t. on ;
( ..s;;rv for the entir di'ff.it! of the GPMH!jj i Warsaw, Jane IS.-The Emperor arw!: "white liver' and black heart but
the following day he rnio: out of the deiile fc' ,
J J of trkoiotcha: but Vixicr. Accordingly; t for tih cj; \i.-.ion ofin1.miI'Y :rr.ed; here on the 10h, in good health The j 1 assured his Worship it was only in a; li1 'a- ,
: was immediately: attacked was rcjieved, and ihe :-an took fir Cnnd;! Duke! and Dutchcss of Saxe j ,
; phorical] and.t
sense that
+ WeirnatI tl ; tddedt en the
forced same
and back :
the defile.! Af-t '
tf I } ]lace. reinforced<1 tlo; 2.1 division; of h :s- < :arrived{ here on yesteiday. All the I I occasion he had stated I he would send Mr. ,0
'c'r' :
r most obstinate he l lust all!1
: ;
engagement, v,I\.>, wish! the :Srd, and the !.; tall, ]line with a 'and Polish infantry go into the camp nearWnisaw O'Connell lo Cheltenham to cured] of
-i his i get::
artillery, consisting of about 'I'
his ammunition and forty a" cannon', i\M-rvo foiined of the Kith); and lfih divi- to-morrow. On the following day his }fiver cumPlaint,;'&;c.. lie failcut, however -
r baggage, awl c lUlntit.Yof l s-ious of infantry ; and to Li ur. Gen. B ,,- tlc'le:! will be uivine service and the grand! i I in inducing Mr. Tudor to believe that
HiS" army, consisting of 45;', eview in
commemoration; of the restoration
ron Krutz who was stationed towa: {ls he was not influenced hostile motives
(jOO effective men, including 90 twit; .lmts o uf the! of Poland.] by .
: his jf (:Choumla I sent as a reserve the 3rd brioftho .- Kingdom and was, therefore ordered find
,, to sccuritiw. : .
rcrgltlar infantry, lIt1erly dispersed. All WIJ Itth division, and ills hulcnsof! The Emperor has allowed the sum of the
: to keep himself
j those that escaped the :laiii I hter Hell/ in .' peace, ; ;500, and two
\ via't l" florins for
'1 the D;'." with their artillcrv. 200,000 the poor, which are to be householders of "
'I respectability in 50 i-icli.:
ous drrection.: in the woods ,
> These and distributed by a Committee named for the
I ; new measures, an oxtrordii"- Mr. Glascock stated he conlo
"Prince Trubetzkoi) of' easily }piorurc
R Aid-de-Camp r} ; >ss which the enemy's army had already }purpose. the
; necessary sureties, and :immediately! i'c-
OCTI. Doibetsch; the bearer of this new, left J jjUitained; in the
tile field immediately the conclusion of t; engHgein+ nt, produced an SdUCkirviru, June 12.-In ronscquer.ee; of sjwtched his friend and relative, young Mr.
upon entire
: the battle. The loss: of the enemy in killed, i;; Ho called discouragement council of in the Grand, ] Vizier.the extraordinary] drought, Rye has, risen Scriven..,.. in search"* .. of them.
j a war, (: < we h-arned I'
t blinded and known three ri:: dollars! :: pc/ ton within these two Fram the Dublin
prisoners wr.s not at ;j from, a Bimbascin who was taken a prisoner) IMonring Rrgisttr of Tbiirstlmj.Mr. .
t the time of his departure. and resolved it I dd.vs. Glascock was" allowed to n-rnn': in
to of
upon retreat hy.ay;
... the waiting room, in order to hav"nn
Stockholm June

Kopnreva to Maresch. The dfliberation* IQ.- consequence: of opportunity (
i Prussian State Gazette, June 2 3. of the c'nf>JUY's Generals wefe not ton the continued drought, a failure of the harvest of communicating with his fi tenth;:

The Prussian State Gazette contains; the concluJed! when our columns! titl\.Ull'fd.frolU yet i is much to bo apprehended. The In the course of the day Lord ?Iusjen'y| ,

following article from the Turkish frontiers, liffoiont sides and began the attack.. Our prices of corn rise. Brandy has suddenly Mr. Scriven, the barrister, and. one j'f his

r : without any date.-"A part of the corps besieging horse: artillery, under the protection of the risen fifty per cent: It is expected that tit sons called to sec the prisonei.' ILK; "-Locle -

Silistria is on the point of marching fifth division of infantry, and the 6th brigade distilling .."hrandyViII shortly bo pr li1hited. ship staled his readiness to become one. of

k'i towards Pravadi, as Redschid Pacha has of ai Cillery,blew up several of the ene It is probable that} the importation of foreign' the sureties, but fenced he would not he accepted -
marched from Chouml.i against Gen. Ilot h. will as }ho was net a honselol of
my's ammunition wagons by their} first shot. corn shortly be !Itrercd.-IlautGu r +:c:

'The third parallel before Silistria is completed This circumstance produced an evident terror paprrs, June 2''!;. Dublin.

; and as soon as the bridge over the! in the enemy's ranks!' and a partic1brwa'ring r'f he last lush papers} ;a1n :mce the. death l \Ir. Striven stated !his unwillingness to
Danube is finished the will be seiiously'attackcd. interfere.At .
place of Lord CleriKOiu} his
r in his whole line seemed to i indicate at scat, T'tayemclalc',
t thai he would speedily give j( in i tho county of Louth. three o'clock..H. the Magistrates, ox-

"The corps besieging; Rudschunk has Meantime mir troops advanced in way.-quicktimo. A letter from Liverpool], of. Junolth rcpt Mr. Tudor, left the office, and: :hit

been attacked by 3000 Turk",who were repulsed The Grand Vi/ier's however :s::1."s-" \r'u have had. a failure; here within a gentleman remained for the purpose ofts1.inh

with considerable loss by Gen. did not: wail for their attack, ,army but having 'dis, few days--Wm. ;Nevctt & Son. They bail, if it should be ofi rcd. At this time ,
f Kr eutz. Gen. Schcrctmcjcw is Mated to brokers lint :Mr. O!a!cock was
charged all their artillery, commenced a. were adveiiimed i in our Indigo i busily employed in wri-l' '

have greatly" distinguished. himself with.. hisbrigade. general flight, abandoning 40 pieces of cn speculations with-other houses in London, tint an address to the ficeholders of Claiv

0 nun, with all the ammunition wagons, the which will} Insomuch moi/ey., amf{ "more. pirticillaily: to the Cat}:ul'c }'or-

r; .1. camp, and} their whole baggage. Bides< ti hend A TURKISH ACCOUNT. lion of them" compbining. of his detention;
BERLIN, June 23. in custody.
above 2000 of the
r Extraordinary Supplement to the lTzlssilnStatt 1500 taken pri oncrs.enemy were ax The following] report ofile battle] At half past five o'clock M*. Gl .sccck

+ ; Gazette. This happened at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. : of the 17th of May, near Paravadi, in was again brought into the board room, and ,..

News from the Theatre of \V a r. which, after some hard Think! the Turks the Magistrates irked: iftberc was anY1-prospect -

Translation of a Report from the Com- A Bimbischi, whom we have takon prisoner .. were rcpt-lled, is from an officer in the, of him} obtaining 1 "011, my dear '
Grand Vizier's
gander in Chief of the Second Army Iio o and several others of the most dbtinguishcd army sent to the Tulki s hGocrnor sir, to be sure,*'replied I 1 1r. Gbscork, "but

his Jfajtstythe Emperor of 31st of May officers of-the enemy's army, unanimously battle thvit.of the J Grand O ll1nhl;)Vizier. It was after this l there is not the slightest; occasion, f r.I. am

I I (June 12.) agree that the army of the Grand I Count Die was intercepted as mild as'a cliild-.and, thanks be 'to God,

7 May it please your Majesty-I hasten to Vizier h to be considered as not only iota}lly by itscJl. blessed with' a most'extraordinaryccmm; nd

; ,Y congratulate you on a complete victory obtained defeated, but entirely dissolved-the Grand] "G. aumla, May 8, ((20)) 1R29.-Since: of temper. I assure you, if Mv. 0"
.. "'; by yourMajpsty's nrmy on thft'.90tb Vizior himself'having made, his escape!apcompanicd the arrival of the Grand Vizier af this place, knocked me down this moraerif, I should not

.. of May, ((11th June) near the village of Ku- only by a small number of hot se.: ,about forty days agt>, his Highness was }n- say a word. I am now occupicd..in.w} hing- .

lawtsclra, near Ghoumla. over the Grand ti'Tltereis no official news from Silistria} cess,nitly occupied in organizing the troopsand to the people of Clare; and when r;}'"friend

zlcr.r though previousaccounts assure-us that the. preparing the necessaries of war, till i!} arrive, I shall give you a call."
within the last five or six days when he began Mr. 'Tudor said that his '
garrison interrupts the besiegers d- r.? ] -
My of the 4thof June has mt- by daily s:
: report
aqua hcs' _. to put his force in motion with a view of had arrived, he would he oblf rd ib leave the
i od with
'yom'lajesty my march from the The corps }tasieering Rudschuk has 'been reconnoitCl iota the environs of Yarn :and: ( the office for some time ; but if Mr/GIascoci-= 7
: before Silistria with the
camp corpsCount adjacent coast, in order to select position desired it, he !hud ..
Pahlctt f Mthe of attacked by the Turks, but repulsed ; they it abjccTion+t v return \.
i partly (
r purpose returned into the fortress and after his return, to furnish those posts 7 o'clock.Mr. _.
j joining Roth and relievethe "
General partly lo
i with as m'my troops as might he necessary, 1 Glascock expressed I his; i'u-nks! and
: fortified
tchat'Praradi, which had been CONSTANTINOPLE,.. May: 26.-After acconling; to the plan which should stated that that
t by time, at all ; libsureties -
a invested for ten days j by the Grand] Vizier.In :: the return of the Captain Pacha, the Sultan > r pieferablc; ) against the enemy. A apPc-f\i'l would be ready. evonJsn
order to attain'this' double object, and I IR at went board the Admiral's
on sliip, and I lor !ix days ago his highness left Choumla.at
the time to induce the Grand Vizier Shortly after 7 o'clock, Mr. Tudor! came
: expressed his satisfaction with his sand ict.' the head of -ind
15,000 troop*, in his advance to the office
if possible, to engage in a battle ; I rcsolvto On the 23rd, the Captain Pacha was again into those parts fell in with a considerable i fact there -but there'cre, no surttics -ill 1

k tf4 make ro mailer, wiib all $p cal, of' going to enter tho Black"Sea }bat a Russian body! of iln RussiaA a&nyr= aid not'i 4t:.' thrv,poaro-flfilccJr was no;:one.with tire prisoner but .
J.n'd-Mr. tcrj'vr. JUn. 'V.0
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nt;:* out an.1 signer by l\h-. hi the V/ilniiiigtoa District: Gjmiiict Ifoiat', volunteers -. y '*" < .
with the comnli! ;ia lhjitaf ijf' cOnda .
(..v..lmitra7S *> ;, ': ;rpon a Drpce. a+ ignce?, that IA. >>Joi>he ti-
Tudor -nd :\1r. Glasrock, Mr. Scriven, elected by a u :ijorlty of 220 votes ovnr: E. B. Dudley. and oilier ifepar.tnents fully'amount (i iilCJU- commends to hiss riaaiinfjictaring.jdaretLoni/wbo ae

and a bnce of officer*, set off in a couth forNewgate IVew "fcmbcn. ding the vessels! of wRr) to 7000 soul '4J'tlty' try ig the;.exti rtfc iment to..Jjd poia>> the1 eat al\-etch
Ghscock is at : their credit, to fail and quitand leave tf>< molre'poB-
vulture :m. present alsotake 300,000 dollars in cash. .
JOBI. CRAWFORD and :7 ersofthecirculatinSa4ecflu i'aI'fte:in their .
GEORQK: << R. GILMEZI Enquires \Asfmiral g.ory
tjmti rirtrg. Laborde to the Squadron '
announced candidates
are as for Go\erndr of
Smrc the above was in type, we find the Georgia; SAfLtmiANn MARIXERSJ / '' OBIJ'UARY. -

fn+l+)wing paragraph from Dublin, in the at the ensuing--- flection.-- .cI.Jl.r VVe i.p?going to Sf'n. to execute the ordersof DIED.-Ori ''the 13th= July laat-n r Elliabetni .

Monin"+ ; !r H::raW of Sum 30 :- New Orleans : !the King our Lord, for the benefit of )his |i town, New Jersey, Miss MART B.'RICXETTS eldest
-M.-. Talbut Ginscock's! application to the From Tampico.By the. scl7r. Llohk, subjects,which is 'du1Y. The confidence danghterofthe' late Ceo. .1: R. %"'A. :Rickets. of thi:place

Court of King's Bench was disposed of on Ca..-t. Nirtigut arrived yesterday !fioraTamjiico H. M.. places in us I hope will not be misplaced :; II'

Saturday, byl an order that he should give from hich place p'ho sailed on the as also, my reliance On you. THe

security' to keep the peace to Daniel 15th.i i iust. we learn that the Spanish troops, chief w'titf has the honor command you 6.$1llta .a

" O'Conncll. Ksq. himself in C500, and two consistiu of 3000 mm, (:tTt>r.tcd a lading will not leave any thing undone to continue "

q HBOties in .- -100 each. Recognisances were, end had taken ,posscsriua of Tnmptco ou the to merit the confidence you iuivo OH so many .

accordingly) entered into, and enlargement! 61 h inst. There were but five hundredMoxirnn occasions, placed in him. PORT OF PENSJiCjJARR'rVED.. .

of course obtained. Mr. Ghscock IS, wn troops" in Tatiipico atHlie'ttoie,. otlliojr jut! .", vo ti... J:;"g. .'. .; .,. 1
understand, (firm in his resolve of opposing landing; three hundred of whoa made Angel Labonlc. .
Sept. I/.-Schr. Magnolia Ray from Sr:
I ir. O'Connell at the easuing Clare some resistance hile they were .crossingthe Line of Battle, Sobcrano, l -
Marks and
Appala Corn
election.VK.NSACOLA. Bar, in which the Spaniards} h 3t about Havana, 2d July, 1829.. f i Charles Clark. Cargo. to .

.. = sixty in killed and wounded, principally I .
Schr. Cannon NicholN i New Orl
officers ; and tho Mexicans about t tfltceu NEW ORt UN, August 25th. I :: ns.
.A.ZETTE' wounded. By the Schooner GaJga 0 days from Havana, we i Cargo, 10( D. E. Burch, G.V.. Barkley, J>
e have received! advices that the Spanish squadron had C. .&. C. C. Keyset and J. Montel.) PHS .
.. The Spaniards t afterwards took I'uehlo returned to that port from Tampico 6 days previous scngeis) Messrs. P. B. Phelps, and J. Monicl. -
Yiejo on the 3d), without ant. opposition amion tp the sailing of the (alga, and that when fthc krt, the'
Y t.. 1 1 lcjIv / the 7th th 'y (,entered Tampico tie las squadron and tra,+ ports were Actively engaged in .
I antauhtJas.; I i-liinping! about 6 or 7 thousand troops and munitions SAILED. ..
of war, to assist the detachment which has already Sept. Sr<7.-Schr. William Porter, Gric4
T.o l'iollkVa not nlluwcd! to enter at
landed at rl ampico. There 25 000 547 >t/i
were : to ) Mosquito E. F. ballast.
.J the port of Tampico, and consequently returned regular troops at Havana, and upwards that number 5A.
with her 'cnrgo. She brought $48,000in of organized inilitia. Our informant likewise state -Schr.. Cannon, Nicholls; Apl' la h-

and ovisums that nearly eyes el which had arrived: from the icola, assorted cargo. .
13 _
specie passengers. .
ports of Spain urojipht 'from two to live hundred --
were very scarce .in Tantpi, o.Ve are indebted troops, in-the capacity of[passengers, who are entered NOTICE.t3 -
10 Capt. IS'artigm: far the following at the Custom Hou'e as such, and immediately en- ;
extract hum his log hook : rolled in the regular army. HEREBY yivrn, that at the ejpiratron of sit i
Extract t Book S hr. Monk I AVe have also bern informed by a respectable iner- weeks from Ibis dale I. (hall !.ppl! to the Hoo/,
from Log of :
: TUESDAY, SErrK8IBEU8.li, 1N9 r.lunt in thin place, that ho h4 seen Spanish papers in futility,Court of }Escaul! for hires of A.4utln s,.
.. August 4th. At day-hght made sail for which were stated an account of an expedition hjh ration upon the estate of J.ru" Parker deceused:

Judge Brackenridje being absent'there I.e no the Bar ; at 7 A. M. saw Severn! vessels to was daily[ looked fir, at Havana) consisting of 10.000 James Finlay. .

Court at Clripola this month. An extra term hasbn anchor, made to them at 8 A M. discovered men-five tho aud from CouTnua, and eleven thousand ? -pf. 1st 1f27-. .12-if. .. ..
from Cadiz. The same journals likewise state: .
first of Pe- a lino of balilo ship, a frigate and! an hermaphrodite '
ordered to beheld on Monday
that a second expedition of eqwil magnitude was to Chambers, 24tk August, 182 9.OIDERED .
rcmbcr as will be seen by reference to our advertising brig of war ; at 9 was hoarded by be fitted out with the least possible .delay alter tue That there !lip nu etia lenuof the,
column. two of the ship's Innnches, one Lieutenantand former lud sailed.--Mtrc>intiis Adfcrtistr.: :iti!i..r Court !held in nod for he Ccuniy of Jack-

---- thirty men in each launch, all well arm- .HII in the Western District of Florida 0... the list
The Telegraph of the 3-1th ultimo pays:: "The: PreFident td: ; ordered us to como to anchor alongside Front Bell's:; Iflckly ifess 'n?cr. Monday of December o"lt. and of which due no* ,

was indisposed end confined to Iiia room for the Commodore's ship ; they informed us The domestic intelligence of tlm week ire hill be ;iHn. .

two daysliut for thola.it eight days he has attended that they hud landed! their troops. In o.ar." consists of little 'mote ,'hm.the I prorogation James WebTi.Jivtgs ).

to hi; u ual duties.:: I ing the Commodore's s\iip. 'wo saw some of Parliament: the session of which closed lf for Sovjlitrn Disi.rkl of Florida, Acting
in the. absence ;f the Judge of tie Qcstefn Dhtrid. .
firing /from the Mexican Fort-shortly after, on Wednssday 1 last.-The King's speech .; due Copy nom the Hrro rd, ,
The ease of Dr. Watkin" l,n!' at Inngth been ( Ave discovered_ :! the houses on shore actually) contains nothing of moment,-uxcept, indeed Robt. A. Lott. '

brought to a close in the Circuit Coun of the District on fire, und heard an exults ion of powder ; the consolatory promise that the peaceof IY

of cuuu bis. Tl.e objections to tle indictments at half past 11, n-e came to'anchor u itnincable's Europe was not likely to be disturbed: ___: ClerlclDRA

& the motion in arrest, were overruled by the Court length: of the Commodore's Jiip.Capt. and tint neither the internal di:i, eniions' oi' WING! FIXED.

&nd the def<'ndant was ordered to be brought; in to rc- Nartigtie wa taken en hoardvifb all Portugal, nor the hostile march of the Russian THE DILl W .S'G OF TUg_

r..ive sentence. The Marshal:: accordingly:proCCCrl-1 hs )papers, which wore examined J by ihe- army, will be deemed a sufficient inducement I

rd to the jail, and soon after returned into C') Commodore, who treated Capt. Nariigue for his Mtjesty: to depart from BooFt; XottesV ;

Dr. Watkins in Custody, when the following sentence t very pnlitHly ; and was ordered? to remain at those pacific mea U/'f'S which his Ministers '; ,

was pronounced by Judge Crane! : anchor till the cause should be decided have so long and worthily recommended.No PEXSACOLA: BOOKSTOR: ,

Iii the Indicin: -til for $750 : Fined 750 which was to take place within two .or: three nrm is so able to recommence war as ON SATULDAT: NJU; t y

niui be illll'ri;ol1f'll for flit en calendar day?. Tltfcie Cycle likewise detained at the Duke of Wellington, and no nunvc, \September; instant'\- J

nionih, fioin ihts l.uh day of Attgtr! ?!,1829, nnthor the AniHriiMiiLiiijMatiid'i i : l .md bdi is '
I :: sdr'l ":, so unwilling. to rlmmcnt 3 o'clock P. il. precLoj ly..
JIlt.ln.1 Q IV(,. 1 Tuscan of Drfltrmore. 5h;! at G A. M. saw It gives us great satisfaction to h:ir that THE PRIZES are all laid out and labelled, ruJ,.

In 'hu 300 dolLr c!sP ; Fined $ 00 and be nine launches from )the !batijr: hiji, goi-ig onshore Engfond Ii;, ; renewed lifer diplomatic con t fir Puiit delivery. ; and arc open for the inspection of tho t
imprisoned forthiee. faletidar monilf* next to usi'i.st the troops which had actually nexion with the Porte : a power which, .N'o ticket will be sold: on the day of Drawing fo:'. t ,
following the urination of his imprisonment taken possession of! the: Liar ; and saw; the however unchristian and barbarous, it is still less ilinn I'Jeren 1 Doliw.! ; Present pri lea Dollars f _

under the sentence in the pieceedin Spanish colours flying-n ItCH the Commo our duty to uphold "! suIi1>ot. Turkey is I Ct CM ;. or Eleven Tickets for One Hmidred.poKa. t

case. I dore's ship marred lie yarns, fin'd'it solute: an ally of Great Britain by liar natural position (entlemPJJ, generally[ are Invited to attend the

In the 2000 dollar case : Fined S2000 atrJto and gave thrrx; clt>.. ;. 6th. /\t 11, Capt. : and it nvitters little what are her Druwiiy. Pensacola, 1st September 12J-3I-1t.| :

be imprisons for three onlcndar months Narliguc went on hoard ihtj CoMin'.odote's, l hwsmd her religion) inasmuch as, were shea MARSBAL'S.A

next following the terminalion, of his imprisonment ihip to re etrot r permission to go nearer the rock, a ea mound), or a stone barrier, it

under the sentence in the next shore in less water -did not obtain' 5i on would! fill be our duty and interest sustain JiiJin Lrjjnciiamf "1 : ..: _

preceding caso for $5OO. account of the ib'c.nce of the Con+nindcr'e? ._ her. va f V ,
L Zeno AdminlsTator t"'t
Philip, t Exwlrfio* OK _
The sentence altogether, it will be perceived, i is a 13th. Thn Spanish squadron, ronsistiug.of'', We have great pleasure to announce ihat vf Jo'rph Philips, : { Cftrk'uf'CRWtfrftf.'

r.ne of three thousand: and fifty dollars, and "nineftionths one line sliip! one iiigHie, ow !lull!! risked the revenue is increasing; and that the deficitin tttitl tits unknown d.ttaJCtJ'j' t'

imprisonment from the 14th day of Acgust.Appointment brig and one hermvphrodiU brig of -war I the present quarter ending July 5, is notexpecttd Joseph Philips. ,1 ._ '.
-.l viriuo nr It wiit of execuffow to rKi"..direFeedtfIht
slid for
[ sailed to the wi.JrJ-report pact exceed i is fN
to 100,000This
an > Him. Court for the \ Di4-
Supriior Western ,
the Prtsident.-GahJ'iel) .
by | Havana arid the for New Oi rtL'.m< to
frijj.itc; indication that commerce and manufactures tiict ot'f'ioriiln; i \'till.ella' Public Auction, at Ib4i
. Floyd E?q. of this Territory to be Collector take the troops which were landau there; arc improving, and that, the consumption of j paccof! huldiiie'! (*+IIM i iu Pciiencula' <>n till. 4-

and Inspector at App iltchicola! vice Dr. Provisions were very scarce in Tampicu.1 cxciseable iricks has recovered from its 1st. DAY.OF SEPTEMBER.. \.. .
David L. White re.noved. '
(OFFICIAL.) late check. next, at 1- o'clock M. nil! the nght, lit.t LitttL
Major A. Devezac to be Secretary of Dn. Isl.lure arradas y Valdez ISazen, We understand, from all parts of the rest of Zrrio Pliilij.R, &s AtlminUtrator and heir at

Legation to the Netherlands.William Knight of the Iloyal and military orderof country, that the late:. seasonable and refceshing f.aw. Joseph Philips, dpceaiert ; us also! a.11 the
A. Hi'rrisnn District 1 right .illc.! nd.intf'ft'li of 6thcisthi unknvwa heirs
Attorneyfor Sun Fernando, &c. Infantry Brigadier, rains have restored the face of cultivation ,
paid Jo8
vice of the *ph Philip in said'bill of complaint:
the Western District of Virginia, Conmrniding the division of the advanced and that there is a prospect of abundant and ileoiee unioued, in and to the fallowing

Edwin S. Dnnrin, resigned. guard of the Royal; Army. cio(s in every species of; rain. The wheat tracts of land, Augustus Jone, of Mi i sonri, to be Marshal Notice to Commerce.-During the term of are universally! good and heavy barIc of Lnn l of 400 It rpeuI"sihiate04J about a mile N. E, of
for the District of' I ssol;ri, vice John crops ; Pousacola, and bounded N. E. by vacant Undspfi.-:: .
.. Fix months to date from) to-morrow tite
ports and oats, since vc have<< been favored '
removed' \.fc..w ) E.. and S by the bay of Pensacola ; anti l \Y."nfi4' ..:
Simondsjr : H of Tampico Nuevo and Tamaulipas will be with rain, have been so improved; ai to.pro- \V. by the Bayou' T XHr,." scluliYe'of ,h"lho{ i."
George Shannon F sq. of St..l.Quis. Missouri free of duties fur the introduction] of all articles mise good .returns ; whilst the h1 t',. in the Two hundred Hiitenscf J lagd, ritunfed! About us

; to be District Attorn'c"Via, Beverly or groceries designated herein, with the meadow, Lied and valleys, will sufficiently miles, more or lens, N. E._ from Pensacola! and a-
Allen, rcmoresl."Kentucky. will !liout 4 miles from the mouth of Bajou Texar: in the
to floir which the half of
exception pay .for deficient produce in the
compensate up lircction of the cast Lank thereof, unit<< the
the duties denoted on the TaillT'o which the lands ami higher grounds. This is an event East bank of the Creek, known byt' e-.l1anae of

'Elections.MEMBERS port of Havana is submitted to. This pr.vi- which ought to call forth the' roost ardent IndianHPass, and hounded. thereon on t-.- S'X'il <,uiJVrsl Y

OF CONGRESS.. lege will be common to all the nationals or public gratitude' to the Dispenser of those, \ -on ail other' $i flatvieationed tract wee orijinatlr: crinteti hy
NEXT I foreigners of whatever nation or flag. -. inefftimnble All tho :;
C01GRJS. LAST Coronzss. gifts. concerns of fo- Morales to Manuel Gonzalr'i.' (1807-ffJe la ji was
James Clark.: Junes Clark, Articles.-Flour, half price of duties denoted of' the Alexandra .
reign politics"and evnn. revenue, are : stunted by Morale Richard 1\!. Johnson, Robprt.l\I'I1arton. I on the tariff of Havana, viz $4 per insignificant, mud trifling when compared with' .'riu-y : bleu leticti jm to satisfy said Exe'cntiouand .....
:Kinraid, P.'Moore
Charlca Wickhfie.( 'C'hJes,)" i'kit1e, I barrel ; shelled Corn, Rice, Peas and Bean, the benefits to be expected from the sewsonnbl costs. A. GORDON.MARSHAL'S ..
Hams and dried beef Salt men, Brandyand Mtzr6hal.: .
Joseph Locompt. Joseph I>;compt, i change< .in the. weather! during tho last
:>. D. Coleman, I John Chambers, Wine, Olive oil, Lard, Potatoes, week- : OlFIE.;: \ .'..,
Henry! Daniel, Henry DanielChittenden omons, garlick and all kinds of vegetables.Salt PellSRcelll, 6lh Anis1. TP2S J .
Clmrenden -0. -- NOTE.-The Bahr! of the above described propel .
Lyon, .
Joel Yanccy.Thomas: I Joel YancQy Lyon and all kinds of medicine A Laughing Philosvpfsr.--One of the gentleman ty is poittponed to the k .. .;'
billon, Thomas Chilton Vessels will i pay half tonnage duties or who hare' failed in the great wreck of manufacturers ISO* 0717231)41: ? Off OC7O3BB
le LcMicr ... the Havana tariff which has taken pLnce in Providence, has written a ...
hcrt P. Robert P. I Jchcr; anchorage prescribed on nett--at the legal hour*. _
.1 Richard' A. Bnckncr] list. .. Providence merry article on the Manufacturer's subject of his mid()(tuneo; iu the' A. GORDON..Man r7. .- -''
Daily Journal. He subscribes '
Mr- Buckner lrlir.cd being; a can+licle.! -'The r Head Quarters Tampico tie Tamauli- himself Sam Son ct Suns Soud, and the subject A llliiihstrator's Notice. .i .

contest in his district was between Martin Beat. )' and -pas, 12th Aug. 1829. ofliw article is the "plca ure. of failing." Thismi '
Dr. Gaither. The returns are not received. ISIDORE BARRADAS. >dt rn Deraocritus informs the world that he has ISAAC PlTrMAN'Senf. has applied to.me for.
of A.diniiustrat4on oh the estate of':
made of his
assignment effects for the benefit of his
In the Bourbon trid N.1) Coleman the Jackson -- creditors, and no:: longer cares whether banks discount Geol ge Keith decead.e These are to notify tjosgconcerncd'that .... II ....,;=
candidate it is said has hen elected over Adam Beat] -... KRYVF. July 11. or not. He has broken away from the embarrassments after six weeks t Ich.Altgrant ,,.ttrri...

and Mr. Bedingcr, by a majority,of 12. We are indebted to our Havana correspondent of a lo"iusr enterprise, from the turmoil of a ruined Thos. M. Busfi;

+ for the following iuformatiou : trade, from the wreck factories ,,aud the crush P.J.C.C.W.C.:

XORTII CAROLINA ELECTIONS.First CO NO.RESSIONAL Extract of a?letter from a gentleman in Havana npmdlea.magic circle round His deed him of within assignments which the hap creditor drawn dare a HoJn1f'11''Valley: August 14l .,, 1529. 296t..

to hi correspondent: in this place, not venture, and from which the deputy she'rilF stand -
District-*WILLIAM B. SHEPAUD Esq 'is aattJt aloof viewing him as the dragon of old did the IIe pt- A PSIESHOF sftl'a;

elected by a majority of 377 votes over Lemuel fIAVANA, June 27. rian fruit, which thougH obliged to guard he was not Fashionblite'SUMMER i CLOTHING. just

Eawyer Eiq.Second "The famous Schr. Mulattn was broughton permitted to taste. fIe goes whistling by his creditors arrived, and .for sale by the O Uudertigned,
with an air indifference and independence, and .
Dihtrict WILLIS ALSTON re-elected with- here in a few days since; by the English\ commends his duns as they arrive to'the attention of CONSISTING OF .

out opposition. I Schooner Pickle, Capt. M'llardy, with 335 hi;asR gnee He has no longer any: trouble in attending Black, Crow, ftnll.Gre.n.B"tDb8Z;(lO .
Third District-THOMAS II. HALL without oppo- negroes. She was taken after an action of to his business, paying hills; trying to raise Coatees anqRrocK Coats,''
ejtion. hour and 20 minhtes 10 were killed money, examing his bill book at every new failure to Angola..Circavikian, and French Line do. with a.'
one onboard how rnurli he has .
see lost fay it. He has no longer Satiety ol .
Fourth Diiltrict-ofJXSSE: Sptifiiir w elected over the Mulalta and two board the r.
ou any anxiety about keeping his credit, nor is driven '
up t2'.A.1\rr :
t. OS &. T!= .
Thomas II. Dares and Jamesr'4fanney. Pickle. to rack Jus brain every morning for new expedient?to ,
the -
I .ui\nblr' for << .
i the lroado ruin.0. tits race 3sWonder'twrtpono -
Sixth District-RoBicnT? POTTER is elected by a "1 he Amalia was sold at auction atdolhrs. SSOG: fully shortened and the wrinkles and frowns have While and Brovi.n f.r'ldhnf'n.!. dnUII1r"* CanJACKETS. ,

majority of 2152 votes over Samoel. .IliHman and \V. left.it. He lounges in the arcade, reads the iiewaparpers "+oh, Grass, Bumbatecu<< _and Funey
Joyncr. Ilnv yiA.July 3. leisiirely. criticises the dandies, ncuumjs the la- ..

Seventh Diatrict-"EnsicsD DV.BCRRT i is elected "Ti i troops are now embarking for Mexico dj itSs, watches"the passage .of the canal boats, asks ,. .::.

by a majority of about 200 toltf*. over'ilbhn A. ; every thing is bustle, 4c. Thoy coH- ,what'steam orn- w boats failures goes, finds at.twe1ve time for o'clock plenty' hear of exer tranquilly Fine, plain, Mint< frilled linen shirts; Blitek! Ital- ..:.
Cameron. battalions of the Groxrn alls iar) cravats and stocks ; siUipocket Jitin kercbief:
list i of three I ci.'f8.by which both his appetite and his spirit are im '
Eight District-DASITL L.' BARRISOER i is elected young mm well equipped and in high l Iiritstand r proved'makes observations on matters which he overlooked -.\and silk and linen cotton gloves tKtiKtj; silk,;cot bttickinrse to h undtirsted skin, Be tui vrr. _

by a' Urge Majority over Juuies A. Craig and are upwards of 3000 men, a park of artillerY in.t his busy davs lie, and studies pndden the characters decline ofh'w i 1 p r.ntlers.; bU<;k, .httaad.ie ,hats, o'f_Brie .qi..H- ._
acquarritonce. observes a jt '
Nathaniel; J. Palmer. and 200 artillery soldiers ;.a squadron 1 is tcpe.In the civilly of certain persons who were very, "tttI, ..a4 hint, twsb. ,nsyitb'N:r | ,tellt't' aippy.oCr|.

Ninth Di tri :-AC ;C. TINE II SHEPHERD re- of dismounted dragoons and a battalion uf. "<5bsenujoq while he had money to. lend, but he oololeanhnself -@ S. "..=' ..Ws ..".. ..
-- icte3' without opposition. marines ; 1200 men also embark on board with the reflection that lie shallhajetho f\. .- "''''' .' ..' .
Tenth DiutHct-"JOHN Gars is elected over Jo"hn the transports and men- of war. They'will ,majority: his side since,he regards it as an'estnliUabh ..'A... .M'"D" .. 4I
'\ '.ed maxim that If a man camjot set moneyyto-pay. I :, SliDES .
lonp. able land 5000 men, besides .ifncce3- .. .
be to debts he must assign in Bclfdefence. On.thewhol I ,..
Eleventh District- :rite; W. CO fEn elected 'sttty' a boidy sailors. The) expedition In- ho experienced! <1 sodeHgniful a reheffrom havingtbroivn ; I '. l,.f; O.. .N", "..

:shout appO. .ion. .ropin) 'jnflmtr1' cavalry,, aitillerymarines. ... the rrhole-plague! end "c? ion'o'JMaffI1W"'- I ,,,)'euaoola 1 M y Lt b,1g29tf: .e
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;.: :J' B iJI!i WiW. '.& \ I TRACT i-f land, on II*' Jiwt side the El'JL A' Good seeoi\d h\\u l et1 Gig, COLOMBIAN SYRUP.
,... .....,.."...... n.
... I P"EBB # REMEDY which has proved itself superior <6Sw
0 camhia8OO AND A-FIRST-RATE .A aim's or any of the Panaceas for th* cure

of the filloHiDg diseases, viz :

GIG-ROUE. NECROSIS (affection of the bonrs,) KLNQ'B


: TI-M+ tract has been confitmed by the Commissioners CANCEROUS ami inveterate ULCERS j
and is supposed to b.- the most tamable Apply to LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS ; \
J Four or Five hundred acres of W. Hunt.Pensncola
the River. Hasell .
y tract on RHEUMATIC affection of ihr>-ad & SYSIE&
land, with a fin* ridge, ow
rich cane
; it. are .
which a Urge creek descends into the River. I his 7th August, 18.29283t.NOTICE. generally ;

UNCOVERED FRAGMENTS OF LORD DYno::. Creek furnishes the finest site for a Saw Mill, perhaps or ULCERS of the MOUTH and THIZO AT. .
: in West Florida, with water sufficient to drive SYPHILIS, And all other diseases arising tfra
>: I Speak Not-I Trace Not, three saws, i Grist MiH, $hrngle-cutter, and Cotton ON Saturday the twenty eighth day I improper use of MERCURY.

'f brcatho 6 in. In the Vicinity are large forests ffv"lult. of November neit: -will be sold at As n general drpuratiye article, or cleanser of tho(
1 not thy name,
J I not
speak not- trace andruitim.nuons. a I
West Point Bay one
ble timber with navigation te the Navy Yard Appalachicola\ blood this rrrnedy possesses invaluable powers 'it
There ia i grief in the sound-there were guilt in the .
STORE HOUSE, improves the appetite, and ha also the remarkable
lame, .. It is believed that this property furnishes the
the skin of that
effect depriving yellow bilicfUi
{ But the tear which now burns on my cheek may im most eligible situation for a man of enterprise, in known is the property of Nathan! Holmes deceased.late of lint, which is so common in biliom constitutions.J. .
part the Southern Country. Early Couuty Dud state of Georgia, ALBRIGHT
further particulars and terms, apply toW. N. M'Biyde
The deep thought that dwells in that silence of heart. For .1 I Philadelphia.The .
Hasell Hunt.
Administrator. proprietor, in offering his "COLUMBIA

Pensacola, 28th July, 1229-2! 5-4t. July 30th, 1829-23, SYRV," to the public, furnishes a few of lr most
too brief for our passion: too long for our peace, .
remarkable tire in 'siioiony
cutes, pertoimed by same, : -
Where those hours can their joy or their bitterness NOTICE.- of its superior remedial powers, as given him

oeaefl; : COFFEE by expectable person lesitling in different partsof
trc repent-we abjure-we will break from our \. LL persons who have any demands against the United States, as a just merit dtee (o the
chain the Estate of Thomas It. Broom, deceased same, as well as being the moans of conveying to
i 1 WHISKI11r, : are hrrrby called upon to present them to the Undersigned their fellow creature who are similaily "xfHicted ft
We must part-wo must fly-to unite it again.i i: :PORTER: without delay; and notice is hereby giv sure, speedy and effectual rf'medy-.nuue. that
!Ii en to all creditors and persons entitled to distribu many medicines are at this time distributed about

i Oh thine be tho gladness, and mine be the guilt, AZE: diCXDEE. lion, that their claims and demands will be barred the country, held forth to cure diseases, upoq
*P unless exhibited within two yearn from the 27th which they have not the slightest influence, some
adored one-forsake if thou wilt
., Forgive me .. April: 1829. of which they had tried previous to the use of tho

Bft the heart;whitb I bear shall expire undebaeed, St. and Havana I G. W. Barkley, tyrufi,, ag may be seen by their own attestatons.
And man shall not break whatever thou may'bt. Bags Domingo I' The medicine is so highly reputed by some of tho
Aft'!. in fact for the Legal Representative. physicians; for the cure of various diseases that to

1 Coffee, Pensarola, June C0h.; 1S 21-lt. the proprietor's own knowledge, ten gentlemen of
And stern to the haughty but humble to theo, jI the medical faculty were induced to try it i iu diseases
; qty Roul in its bitterest blackness shall be ji i Pensacola Gazette Reading Room. to which they themselves" had been, suljett,

! And our days seem as swift-and our moments more and found great benefit from its use ; one particularly
WHISKEY, i f'HE Proprietor of the Pensacola Gazette has residing in Alltrntowr. N. J. whose dissolution
t opened aHEADING woe threatened by a severe attack of liver com
1 t < XVith theejby my side-than the world at our feel, One hundred and Fifty Boxes ,I I plaint, which had previously resisted his own treat.

ROOM ment, was in the course of a few weeks restoredto

.4 One sigh of thy florrow-one look of thy IOTO PORTER, ALE, & CIDER. the enjoyment of perfect health,
of the United States
FOR SALE BYVanbaun whore Papers from every part The accounts which have been received from
Shall turn me or fix, shall reward or reprove ; ore rectilarlyjreceived, and filed immediately after agents in different parts of the Union, speaking of

And the heartless may wonder at all we resign, and Wilson, the arrival of the Mvll. the good effects produced by the syrup, are sufficient

5"hy lip shall reply not to them-but to mine. Ptnucoll1, Novpmber 17tl> 1828 TERMS. to compile at 1h time an octavo volume of
upwards of two hundred pages to enumerate all
---- Eight Dollars per annum, payable in advance the cures.;
BELAKTDYWines For the accommodation of those pentlemen
HOPE AND MEMORY. I whose stay in the City may be uncertain, sut.seiip- Th doses of the Columbian Syrup." are judiciously -

They say that Hope is happiness ; &i : tion+ will be received monthly, at oue Dollar per proportioned, and adapted lo the age and
of the human It is
the I strength system. so perfectly
But genuine love must prize past, month.
innocent, that no evil erects need be apprehended
p For Memory.wafews: tho thoughts that bless, I b;;! UPERIOR London Dock Brandy, Sul-ncril.crs f to have Ittill.SubCriptions the. privilege introducing from it, when taken agreeably! to tha directions.It .

They rose the fir t-they set the last! .,.. Chcrantte do.diltCognac gerrf strangers g.are now received at tha Heading may lie given without any apprehension to themost
tender infant or feeble adult.
H Old Madeira Wine, Room. MEDICAL RXCOHUIHDATORY Nortec
gh, all that Memory lures the most Old 51. do.
eiry I Having recommended the use .f J. Albrigftd
:.. v Was once our only hope to bo; ', Old Irish Whiskey, 6th Proof, RATES OF W 1A1tg'AcIE.ISOLVED COLOMBIAN 51 HOP" in my own private practice

ndall that Hope adored aud loil: FOR SALE BYVanbaun I, It y the President and Directors of : for nearly tw. years, and having witnessed its do.

Hath melted into memory. and Wilson. the Wharf Company that after the 20th inil. cided efficacy in many cases which had previously
I ,, the following rata will be charged on all vessels resisted the usual remedies I now with ninth pleasure
Pt-nsncola, 11th NovrmaPr. 1828- laying along side the \\':IQrt. give my testimony ia its favour, aud will q-iota
,las! it is:: delusion all ; Per day. a few of the most remarkable cures performed ty

/ The future cheats U3 from aHir; TO MARINERS. Vessels of 6 fOilS & not exceeding 10 tons $0 50 the same which came under my eoticf.

Nor can we be what we recall, 10 0- 0 75 Mr. John Hinrkle's son, Abington township
Large JBUOlirS hoer LUll mooted, in 20 ;iO i.5 Montgomery county, PA. ulceration: of the mouth
Nor dare wo think on what \\u art?. | FIVE Channel from the Gulf Stream 1 75
It-adlftg1 to 30 <0 and throat and violent inflammation of the eyes
"- iiiii'tigh th'e Harbour of KET WEST, i iuto the Bay 40 60 2 00 the disease had! destroyed the soft parts of the

THE TREBLE PU. of, JCIIt.\: ,. Vessels: din\vinjj9i fret water and I 60 lot( 2 25 throat and roof of the mouth that it laid bars
t bound to Mobile, Pen Kc..JIt, and New Orleans tan Over 100 150 2 50 the bones and made its way i into the nose -Mry.
1 At a tavern, oue night :Messrs. More atr angcaid by observing the following directions pnsi through I! Allover 160 3 00 Mary Peterson, of Wilmington, Del ot'ronfirmevl

Wright : this> Channel I with perfect safety, and thus/ avoid On every Licensed Dray 01 Cart, CO cent per Scrofula, under which she laboured neartr>ie'e

Met to drink, and good thoughts to exchange ; the tedious and I'.angcrous navigation. of lie Gulf.It mout II. years. She had extensive serofnloi. iiftr'a'isnS:
it re co in mended lo Musi vis Vessels! lo steerfiom on the left side of the neck down to he Lr an ; the
says More, "of three, all the world will agree, Buoy to Buoy, keeping close to them on either Extract the Minutes, breast very much enlarged ; her left arm .tvollru

: There'- only oue knave, and that's Strungi," hand=Tnty arc moored in IP! di'pet waiter J. G. Drake, Secretary, and useless, end her head on the affected side r8

9.y s Strange, rather pore, "I'm euro there's ore Mo..e. and can be distinctly seen fiom rack uJierThe Pensncola. 'Ingnt I5.h, IH;U.-:!9-St. dining on the lihould.r l and violent pain in her
oJ ihc followu; General Thomas of Rheumatic
brjiriiigH Buoys are ft8 system. Snyder,
and bite
A terrible knave a ,
1'f! he Ui JJuoy nl the enhance of the Channel and i TO THE PUBLIC.TAKE affection of the head,,followed by an obstruction of
',. Who cheated his moth r, his sister i his brother, iiMilj I in the Hal bour of Key West, beats from i I NOTICE. the nostrils ; severe pain in .the upprr jaw, f.tending

\ -0 yes,"replied More, "that is II rill.t.l ." the! Light House en Key West by Compass N.I I HAT all Taxes on Lots, Slaves, Iluuuc.. from tie nose over the cheek bones; the cheeks
I \\". l hy W.rttt, distant 1 ir.ilc.2nd i I T the exhibiting high state of inflammation.-Mr. Va
C Ate. due to the Chi of PeusucoU, after
Buoy bears from the 1st Buoy NW.. borth. ) Icon line Boracf of ulceration of Ibe'left' noitrJ, ob-
first day of September next ; i shall proceed a-
FOR .A.LE. I stiuctlon of the lose of smell.
\ ." same; difficulty of
gainsi H _- ahlr( loan Ordinance IIf the Corporation
i \ b. nlJAJ!' m.y be had. byipplyni" 3rd. Buoy bears from the! 2c1 1 Buoy, N. 'tV..tj. datjil; gist Jauuiiiy 1K25. breathing, and severe pain of the lyilt'I1-'Mr.
a soon, in the gubt-laulial cud I I ;Nor Hi.i Ricketts. Muaick's wife, son and daughter; Mrs. Muick of .
Ai .,ell bum sloopPLOUGHBOY 4ih Buoy bears from the 3J Buoy, N W. 1-2 Garth.t Jacob Chronic Rheumatism with which she had beet -
l 6ih Buoy on the Bar. Win* item the L' ::iii-House Tax Collector.Mnyor's afflicted upwards oTsuleifu years ; her son of scald
on Key West, North West by \\ es'.' Ottire, lath Aug. lS20.-29.-3t. head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of thu -
the subscriber, them t gum and discharge from the left ear.-Stephen
Y.'1 CrnU/11Gfi apply to JETVessels requiring Pilots can obtain *
I Ellen Foster. Key West, as there is a burnt of brunch Pilots ..t'r AVISO AL PUBLICO. Snare's son of ctnonx affection 01 the sl'iu; nearly.
the whole of the shin bone
war destroyed, togetherwith
talilishe'd 61U K conformeute a una 'ley dte le Cahildoi' :
.. Pensaeola, August 20, ISCU-29-4i. of the smaller bones of the foot. Mr.
is 10 frst, and many -
"" The shoalest water at low water < cha: SI d6: Enero do 1825, procedure al
I j at high tatter 12 :.2 feet o? the Bai. Lib delosdrrechos sobre Solaris! E ( lavoi, Ca- James M'Minn, of liver complaint and asthma,
NOTICE. Wm. Pinknev, bnh'|| &c. &c., debidos ala Ciudad de Paneacoia which !he had upward of nine'f'u.-l\J.s Myers,
of ulcerated sore mouth'and throat her
and daughter -
tel"f' primer dia de Si'ptirrobre, proximo.
Under hog iecivfd instructions to of-lsuoys ofkcrofula. Besides the '
QTijHE ?i'Med Superintendent ficierd del Corr('g iJor. Afo&to l5 lit' 1829 W __ _"-"" "'-.. .... diseases. above eim-. .
si pieveiit or punuli the cutting ot valuable \ mrrated,.! prestnoftcrnenp with great succC 3
limber, upon the Public Lands. These instructions CUSTOM HOUSE, Jacobo Ricketts, in mercurial castes and secondary syphilis.In .
I M extend not only to Live Oak ant! Cedar but Key Westt January 20, 1829. .; f Cobrader de dertchos. giiinf this testimony of the me run pi the

toTimber of every description taken iiom ihePub- 2- "Colomtiian Syrup" I have divested my languagetulhdy
Jic Land, for the purpose of Shipping, l for'lhe use GOSHEN BUTTER &c. ; of technical terms, the betterto lie under.
of Saw Mills &C." It ilto be understood however derstood by ihoker to whom it U intended to convey
t that the inductions -o not apply to timber used far Best Goshen Cutter.FninilyFlour NOTICE. id effect The .length of time the disease have

fuel I or for plantation purpose.: J in (half B4-lg. r]1 HE Cofiartneiship heretofore existing! under been diisipatfd, convinces1?, that the cum anptrtnanent .
i Benj. D. Wright, I PONCHONG TEA the firm of Unities & Gains is by mutual consent and it may with propriety be sail l. thai
1. I .: this day dissolved. Those having: demands its healing qualities rank it among the fist erne--
U. S. Attorney.Pen : B' ranbf"rlll" against said Firm will please present them-it is dies of the.presentday. ,
.acola, 7th .Nov. 1828-tf6--tf. Best Cincinnati Hams (Oassoi deemed quite uuneceksaij; to add, that those indebted JOHNil.! MATWEQ, M J31.
v yr) will confer a particular favor by settling
Philadelphia, March A, 1828.
i\ -* < a Crop, their accounts.
T.O ilE iUI'fTEIC.SOF Hr.i: Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel, P. Haines The above mentioned 4 d Medicine( cn be procurad .
Half best Cincinnati Family: Beef Sidney at three dollars per quail bottle of i-eSubscribers!

THE UNITED STATES.OF Umenvood'iibe! t .ifolled Pickles and Sauces, Samuel Gates. who will exhibit. to any person applying, the terti .

late the prices uf"ll the, materials used in Pine Apple Cheese, Thr business; will ia future be conducted by Ccates. of cures alluded tit by D"tle.-r M' yweg.Vanbaun .

!'' making Priming Types, have been greatly For Sale by the Subscriber, nt his Store, Main Samuel Gates who keeps his usual good supply. & Wilson -

r reduced and the facility of manufacturing greatly Street, in front of the Public Square. Prusac..la, August 3id, 1829-2gtf.CLOTHING. Pentncola, 16lh J mu 1829 :
increased. The SubscriUei therefore has been J. Pescay. --. --- -. ry.

reduction in the .
induced tn make a propcrtionable '
t Pensacola: Nov. 21st, 1828. -
'r t prices, which, from the irm o( April have beets ns BOXES CLARET .
dated in the annexed li t.Thecharacter ,. i .5 WJNIfrSuperior

of the Type made at this Foundry IORCHWASSER &.0. HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES. ta a .
t. ia well known to the trade, who are assured thai quality,
the quality of metal, finish, and OR Sale by the Subscriber, lately received 3.
in regard to F QNE ILL
t durability no deviation has been made.He loin New Orleans. 200. do. Soap, No. 1.
Kirchwaser, (of the Black Forest,) just received a fashionable assortment oJJlltn .
has oa hand a cosapleie assortment, can 2
HAS Malaga
1. f Pipes dry WinQi
on a short notice ; he will be Champagne, (Sparkling) and Sprtng -
t quantity
Cnpply happy to any receive! the orders of his customers,which Gugnotet d'Angers (French Cherry Cordial;,) Sacks of Salt.
i: f will have immediate attention. Merchants Mho Muscatel Wine, best quality, I W:1: ( OOU

; have orders from abroad, can have offices complete Bordeaux White Wine Oil Vinegar, which he offers for Bale low for Cash, A GOOD ASSORTMENT Op'
I -Mth and every thing necessary for a
: ; : presses : BRIT GOODS ;
Pinning< Establishment, set in the must perfect J. Pescay. AMONG WHICH ARE; L

5! tnaaner.Publisncrs. Pensncola, ICthFeb. 1829. macK, blue, brown and olive diess.and !lock superfine FOE SALE BY
J are requested to give this advertisement I clothCOATS
!i a place In their papers a few times, |<> re & H. Michelet.
{ payment. 2 dollars, in Type, or in the.settleceive I CIRCULAR. .PAaJTAZCOraS.Bang i' Pensacola, June 25,1829-19-i1.
'1 ';, ment of their accounts. DEPARTMENT OF STATE, ; up cord, cassinet, driPing! and circiuifan do.

rt' : I .. Richard Ron aids on. Patent Office, June 29, 1829. )} VESTS. PKJNTID: WCZXLY: ,81' t

<... .. PRICES.-At six months credit, for approvedfvaner ALL persons having business with the Patent. plain Muck and figtued silk velvet, valentia! toili- 3ERDa_ ; ... O .. -
> or. at a ducoun of 6 per cent for rash. are requested to direct their communi- net, fancy and plain silk blue and black cloth
__ ._ .. ..... ... FOR THE PRQPRIETTOR
t >, r+ *S IIS-Dt-I-. .s 00 -? ; tk fiun.rtit<>ndent of that Office instead Wuh a variety f.fROPND ,
Nonpareil, 0 90 Great Primer, 0 36 of the Secretary Stale, the taller mode being ; :
;. :Minion, 070 Double Pica, 0 34 attended with considrableinconvenience ana somctiniri JACKETS, 'PUiBh of tne L\\w '

": Brevier! 0 56 Do.Great Primer, 0 32 risk All such communications! are fiee of Fine fiillrtl! and plain Irish liinflSH2B.TS or jus, ,
i Burjreois, 0 46 LarM letter, plain postage and will receive immediate attention.John .
1 i Lone Prime, 0 40 8etM>crdR and D. Craig .. .. ; : V1\1'ITBD STAT30
Smell Pica, 038 Quotations, e so duck,_check, cotton and flannel do. r
Pica. 036 Superintendent. .... AND OF THE
r Tac prices of other descriptions of Type are pro- EFThe( publishers of the Laws of the United' DB.A WEBS. .

;tbrtlOnably duced. Stales, will give this three or four insertions. Black Italian silk eRA v}.1.s, ,
{ Old ;7p e.raccircd in payment 9 cents per lb. I 25-41. plain and fancy do. .

--.. .. .I' Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves! Hosiery, 1:1 ipod Sns- .

WANTED .I A large supply of Job type has i iI readers,.Hati and Caps, FIVE DOLLARS per annum, in adV'ancejf pa" .

r I ment i i_ deferred six months, SIX .
just been received at this Office, BOOTS DOLLABJ5K
will be required.
of description !
; every ex- j 0:Advertisements: inserted conspicuously at ON

.inteI1i raft and active Boyas an 8pp'rend ecuted in the best manner. at New &c. I t DOLLAR for every fourteen lines o r 4es, for

,. J tg.rbrPrinting bvaiuw.. kN' 1 tthpnce With Peasl1cola Domestic and Piece Goods. \ the SnIt insertion, and FIFTY CENTS, fistdCtit4ntptntarlo e.jfjfc
tfebrnary! 7,1S 'im ar' < ]
nvrrr. ones ty the spnro rt. p




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