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: October 27, 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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v- t'roM; LittclT Museum. part of whose face was downwards, likea enough-in1 the coat-pockets of an extensive remained concealed for three weeks and upwards Wild," said he, "to'find vo.u so ajkJicieji W .
Autobiography of beehivewas always urging me on this i i alderman,who had. stuck himself the back subsisting wholly upon wild fruits, and swearing. Had you opertited fm ifce( adiw*.
"WiW, the Yctiingcr.II point ; and I should probably have become of one of the dress-boxes in Coveat.Garden, I sleeping at night in the open air, till finding without an oath, I had said nothing;It &
!;Jffnathoft been favorite hypothesis of a convert to his opinions, and thereby-I I and against whom our professional dexteritywas I that; pursuit had slackened, I ventured once purely professional ; butfcowcanyoo,: -_cibCCT'-
1' h long man-and what is a f felon I Itljt. shudder while I think of it !-liavc forfeitedmy i at one and the same time employed.It I again towards the coast, directing my stepsas the Mcssinrs of Heaven on youj e'Xeruoas"
e. ., great exercising his predatory faISToiJ hopes of eternal happiness, had I not has' been said, that admiration, like love, if by instinct towards the cottage ol Rosa's if At this moment an uncontrollable(
:! confined, sphere of ictiont-isS caught him one night on lib knees before a origina&s at first sight. Such was cay case ;; fnher.-Aj I approached the well-known drowsiness came over me, under Urn inflt*.
:: I death, to give his memoirs to J saint, who though, like Cecilia, of the fem- with this great man ; so much so, that, when spot, the toll of a death-bell came borne cnce of which Fthrew myself a bench JB>
Krti before as some compensation for that I inc gender, had more of the Magdalen than I learned his name, I thought I should never towards me, and presently appeared a fun the tap-room, foil fast asleep and dreamed, *
\ by which, through life, heLf1ed the Vestal in her character, and who honored have overcome my veneration. Still, 'notwithstanding rat procession winding its way towards a of the devil. ,
i jrjngenu1Y bini>ein us respectful abhor- my recognition of her by a.blow which his unquestionable abilities, churth-yard that skirted the cottage. My By d L break we set out. for Bath, when*.
p Acting upon this principle.-*the marred my beauty for a month, and my two Barrington, I think, was overrated.' The mind misgave me at this sight: nevertheless, we had appointed our gang toVncetns. On-
:rd interested that can influence an mi- front teeth forcvor. This chastening-which, artists in his own line of business seemed to I continued to advance, when-oh, l heavens the way me met a horse, wl* .kh.I forthwith,
: roiad-1 hasten to present thei I make no doubt, was intended by the all- consider him as the Shakspearc whereas he -I beheld behind a quick-set hedge, a ariilrtpriated, and for which !should certam- ,
0diced with an autobiographical! sketch.;vhosof wise Disposer of events, for the best pur- was only the,Pope,of petty larceny. Cortes, ,coffin lowered into the grave, with these ly have been hanged, bad not a flaw in the
orrits- o say nothing of III other poses-proved my salvation. In a paroxysmof his mode of operation was quick-intelligent words inscribed on the lid, "Rosa M'Neill, indictment let me loose.I quote the Judged'
If capabilities: -are it strict truthsound rage I flew to the master for protection, decisive ;' but it was monpto'nous. and Obit. 181-, Jfctat. 17." So dreadful a I I insulting J'emark-once again on society* .
tbCit J l and: unflinching integrity of pur pOSl-. but, receiving no satisfactory reply, resolvedat wanted versatility. You might know him spectacle deprived me of all my usual caution About six month subsequent'this accident,t
rlth,, !!! hintI commi-nreniy narratiie.earl79.inarow. once on quitting the academy. With this any where by his style. His friend, Major ; I rushed towards the group, gazed the good folks of H oun low and its ticinityt:
: uas lH'1 a. eli 1h," > : view I proceeded to pack up my wardrobein Semple, on the contrary, though undervaluedby ; wildly on the descending coffin, and then, which! we invariably:made our bead quarters-!
I the little JrshEeof red took I his far ere the bystanders had time for recognition I having: been in ,
a sho'vur: near a cotton pocket-handkerchief, an cotemporaric: possessed superior yet kept constant alarm by oajy
; B f Snt vender of books-my mother a waarffomtn I after duly abstracting the head usher's pock-i' same manner : yet such was his invariable schooner that happened to be lying at anchorin stratagem against us, (one gpptlejnan in pajy i J
and grand daughter of the neUiobe et-book.and inntI'boxt's' a pleasing memento' adroitness, that he could, I am persuaded, the roads, and which in a few days boreme ticular, named Evan, naagjStcatQ,' e&Twickenham .
forgotten Jonathan Wild, whose of my school-boy days, set out, with 'I. have pickc-d the j ockets"of even the ghost in far: away from Rosa, towards my own I I was particularly3. ),.. .
j { nations, after the sad catastropheJ'befe O'Connell, for my patron's house nt Wexbrd. Hamlet, His address, too, was mild and beloved England England, the land of i consequence; of which wastl .h 'ipajor.f .r9'i -
that great but eccentric genius,* To this beneficent old gentleman} I j! gentlcrnanliko! and he had the finest conception freedom England, tho nurse of morality i i my gang, one after the otKer, were wI
MM; to fly a" ungrateful country, uiid gave the real version of my case,; but, ncv- 'I of a burglary of any man I ever met : -who shall say.w iih what feelings a much I I \n, convicted, nnd executed. ," TBere.is no- ., I
,1 the nrnre congenial provinces of Ire crthcless, anticipating that it might! be misconstrued 'I, with.To I calumniated exile approached thy cliff-girt tIlIng more di3tressing to a_ feeling heart, 1
ia11. With this view they came over to the resolved to make the most of return from a digression into which I I i coasts So acute were my sensibilities on llir-n;: dar by day to witness tKc dropping off.tf ,
tJf'r 01 five, to Bally shannon, from which what time I hid: yet. left, -so acquainted my- have been beguiled by iff' enthusiasm fur this head, that for the sake of concealing my its: ('Cal est associates.: This was my case;.*
??.', by means any thing but miracuci self forthwith with the contents of his till ; II departed genius ; I had now been some-:, weakness, I was actually compelled to hides o\f-ry succeeding assizes diminished tho
speedily transferred to Botany I after which I wrote him a kind but spiritednote years well acquainted with a London life ; myself during the day-time in the hold, and number of raj' confederates, until at lasi'j J j
!a', anth died of a broken heart in the wherein I assured him that my mind was respected at the east, and not undervalued during the ni eon \j-il; a third fell: a victim to severe : soared far above.the idoa of dependence ; at, the west end ; and, with the exception. of the dignity i of manhood was always very remained. .\l.J here I would caution zn., )
(J)! caught while gazing at one of the pret- I and, that in future, I should look upon myself of P the police-oliicer, was lookedon acute! tiiiii VJ/lii iiv* 1 have. ever. ctctcst. .d.I. readers from running away with a noiioa 1
JBJprospects, in all Iceland, from a damp as my own master. It is with regret I :to; the most promising artist: about town. I. ; that because 1 am sentimental, I am of ne Accssity 1
4 ry i a fourth got his head accurately state that this notification was unavailing. But there are limits to human greatness : 1 I I no v J:4 over a bpse of eight busy years, weak in action. Nothing is further.,
lti; tad into two distinct apartments, by his Towards the evening of the day on which I !Napoleon was vanquished by destiny, anil I i during hid-- tim I contrived to acquaint from the f ct. True, I have a feeling soul 1.
jrcrrti and best friend, at wedding,: '"'hiletofihl had written "it, as O'Connell and myselfwere waspcachcd by O'Connell. In consequence* { mysehtwilhi eveiyr<- litablc operative about but I am also a man, and one that knows.. 1
tidy ofmfiniie whim and vivaci- pursuing our road to Dublin, we were of this dastard's information, I was taken up, i town. My feats ii: burglary alOne were unIprcredcated how to ;;vcnpe nn insult. Acting upon tluiimrulse. .
,,Tfipwtfd'my father, ths respected mrr- overtaken by a sheriff's officer who, arrest convicted, and transferred to his IVIfjjcsty'* t! ; the watchmen especially envied I cherished an especial recollectioij[ 1
1Iint; above mentioned. Of this list indi- ing me at the linen-draper's suit, compelledme colony at New Holland, where in thecharming | them ; and i.o wor.der, they TTCre Fai of Evnns, and after talking the matter over
ridua1 I must here pause and say a few notwithstanding I told him I was in a \icinity of Sidney Town, I (fell for the above the reach of dh'ir! inferior capacities from time to time with Atkins, resolved ono-
crts. HP was a wild, rambling character, hurry, and could not be detained-to accompany first time in love. Blissful state of the hum in | Anion; the: ir.sml. of my disciplf s-for like f fatal night to attack his house, and lev., 1
ilof fun, (frolic and whiskey ; endlivedrindples him back to Wexford.-It will hardly !heart, when life is fresh, time uncouutd], i my celebrated gninJfathor I was the captain there a memorandum of our visit, by doing. 1
that s it ernccfully and easily be believed, that, for this harmless frolic, I and earth a paradise The object ofiny ( in as choice a gang! of spiii.as ever did as much mischief as we could conveniently t
._ tim, like un old coat ; and of so rest- was tied to a cart's tail, flogged through the attachment was a pretty Dimple girl, aLt-d ; cieflit to Mod;*, pillory, or scaffold-! -was a.fTiiifilookuv compass within the night. Punctual to thfc* 1
n .1 temperament, hat, except when in market-place, rubbed down with vinegar sixteen, only daughter of a ScoJtli: emigrant, : fallow n mcd Atkins. This, hour, we set out, our minds TntTnmcd by'
.lo..15-3n accident to which the most and then set in the stocks to dry. Scandalous under whose superintendence; i was kept to,;man occasioned nu a world. ,.of. annoyance.. o brandy. It was a darkt sullen night, witli.. -
liweptionnble moralist is at all times Halt perversion of justice Is not genius, hard labour-a grievance- which so cdll'clt'd! j I I He was aimuuur: compound 01 the mctiiodislanil just sufficient mean to do justice my con '!:
-be w jj never known to remain more whatever shape or character it may assume, her, that in the 1 intcr\;'ls of relaxation: she rnsjrderorviih: Mack, matted: hair, furrowed -, panion's counienunce.. As tve reached _ihfr"magist "
:::Js!* three days in the same place. From still one a-xJ the divine, inestimable faculty ? would come and sir beside me, amusing me 1; l" ir"luMl I I, y.I How, hloodU checks,p, itc' house, 1 chanced ,to turn ray'.
fosfat1m' I inherit all thai is sound in my Is not-- But enough : I resume the in- with her sprightly prattle, leedinjrnie: in j garnished with a convulsive: grin, a humpback .. eyes towards Atkins, and'saw his'lip cf.n*, '
tars!, and talented in my intellectual ehaifettr dignint history of my wrongs. secret with the choicest : He it was who first induced Iwe to father's table. .Such conduct could not but mixed expression: cunning, penitence, and I blood rurdled at the sight, but a sptH c"er/
*id1 imbued me with a bye of cnterprizedprttj On quitting Wexford, which I did the i prove highly flattering to an exile ; and), accordingly ferocity, 1 ru-ver jot saw equalled. Aluvgotherlie thl''. '5S hurried mc onwards; and together wtK ,
larceny, taught: me to "cast off the moment J had adjusted my inexpressibles! I in my excess of gratitude, wlirn i i mauu a clM jan approximation tc ascended towards our victim's chamber.
ladles thrown around the tuind" (,.0 tho started off for Dublin, where I again came in from( fear that my talents should rust for puic- diabolism as the imperfect limits of human .' .:\ was silent, except now and then iihet I I11
TtamWe old gentleman used to express contact with O'Connell. My independence, want practice, I devoted a certain portion I nature will permit. This man was mj r the stairs crvukcd beneath our footsteps, or;
kneli "by and despotism to at this period, was unquestionable. I had of under whose I first withdrew "
) priestcraft of my day to the conscientious discharge lieutenant, auspices the cricket chirped from behind the kitchep Ia
edIt man and woman as the lawful vic- neither money, friends, nor prospects to encumber mv vocation ; I invariable soirod: her own my attention from suburban to sylvai I fire. When we reached tb frsX land.np. \
tm of oy superior address, and to peruse mc ; so was compelled, in self- and* her father's pockets. speculations; from the west end.of the me. I\place, we saw il. light shininjdown!! Trx>m:
Ktwtivel?), and with a view to their praciictf defence, to commence business as a pocket :I I cannot say much for tho,'society of Sidney tropolii to the liigh-trays and by-ways of tin, balustrade over "us..-\Ve' ftastcfieddiatcly inimo
application, the independent sullies of operative. It was at the Crow-street theatre Town. It consists for the most part of I country.-And this I take to be the perfcc- I towards it, tore it fro'jfS-niche, and, 1
Tom Paine. I should mention, perhaps, that I made my first appearance as a per-' pickpockets, a class of men, to whose un- I tion of a conveyancer's existence. Durin!; : proceccded with it to 'Evans apartment'
tiat this highly accomplished parent was one former in this line. The house I remember, cntlcman-like' practices it.is owing that spring he practises his calling in town, bu t For an instant we paused, then stood besides f.
If that numerous horde ol Irishmen who, doling'he was crowded ; and, as good luck would haveit he 1'
transportation has been brought into such when fashion begins to migrate, migrate; tftU'ictim's bed, while Atkins drew a knifeC" _
Rebellion of'98, distinguished; them- I chanced to find myself standing next a disrepute. 1 was once in this line myself, along with iS$ by which means he not onlj from his jocket. At this awful momerij t
tiltlby their impartial robbvries! of Orange-I wheezing old gentleman in a pepper arid salt but took the earliest opportunity of quittingit iinproh&" tlth, shattered] by the neces- Evans awoke ; but what was his affright!
iia and Papist.-In consequence of his i spencer, to whom I imparted my suspicionsof ; for, among the members of our fraternity, shy Keeping late hours, Lit can enjoy thi. when he saw scowling full upon him the dnlT
tstrjons on this occasion,, strengthened, no I there being thieves in the house, and hastened the burglar has always been looked on 05 of] pastoral beauties of the cbuntry, be talkativias .L grey eyes of Atkins He ,prayed not for. J
fcubl, by the fact of a Proteaut officer's to prove the fact by decamping with ., I and undertaker l b,, "*
supH'T: rank to the mere pkkcpocket operative a mute, merry is an ; pity, instinct was lost in stupefaction ; btSt
Fse being found in his waistcoat-pocket, his watch and.seals. This promising specimen I n fact, the one is not permitted to d.ay, take his sleep, like a watchman, b;V he turned imploringly me, who did all t" f
tI father, together with twelve others of theme of ingenuity raised me so highly in the. associate iih the other. t hate hin&d that night, and employ his leisure) in the diligcn t could to save him. Vain were my exernonsT :
& stanlp, was discovered, early) one fine opinion of O'Connell-himself a genius of the inhabitants of Sidney are low-liftJd) not following up of his profession. For mysoll,, coolly and deliberately the assassin bared bo. .J i:
Rotimbcr morning, swinging from tite laiup- no slight consideration-tint we.agreed for only is this the case, they are worse, they 1 was always fond of the picturesque, an!!1 '!'victim's throat, and drew the deadly Steel' *,'
P1* of the bridge at Wexford ; a mishap the future to divide our profits. But there is ,
nigh hasijtily
are positively barbarous. Instead of culti- shall never forget one lovely moonlight t ; across ir. This deed accomplished, we
that ttidnv mother took' so grievously to heart, I a restlessness in human nature that knows vating the gentilities, they cling to the vulgarities spent professionally with Atkins on Houns-; quitted the house, overlooking, in tha 3
dft was seen 8 few days afterwards, I not where to stop. Scarcely had I attained of society. The majority are red- low Heath. The hour was somewhat late I, 'hurry of escape a boy, who, unseen, badT 'f,
Eretcbed lifeleu on herJsbaud'& gl'dYC.biieYlnd celebrity by the felonious capabilities ot my twelve and the clouds whos aJBd j' '
faced, and of Hibernian extraction ; but just dock, ( e watched our movements, cutxing i acroa
to cb strong affection hid been too fingers, when my mind, born for higher objects indeed Botany Bay itsdfis.J strictly speaking, health I never 'omit to drink) were massi\C1 j the high road, spent- 'the nrght jaefomr so mcl
for her; she was always delicate jiudBj began to languish for pie-eminence in: nothing more nor less than an Irish colony, enough to disk the moon's rays without ah,I- ; meadows at the foot of- Richmto dijrIILs*';
&$iti ivt. ... burglary. On u sonnding O' omel1! on the all of whose members are /salons'andIdoubt solutely throwing night. .upon.the landscnpc. For !my own part I wass too njtchczci f 4
this calamity; I was left with nothingt I Itark&ble subject he readily agreed to join mo in an I I not, conscientious advocates of Lm!in- Arpund- us on all-- sides -Nature was fa- <..t ; to think of rest, but Atkins soon frlF Is&ep9. 4
an accommodating conscience and ten affair which had for some days engaged my cipation. For one or two of the most emi asleep-an awkward predicament for the ol d' while I: kept watch beside I1irn. itffiasg
agile finger, to rely on for sup- I undivided attention. Our plan was soon nent among these Liberators: ,Iliad biought lady, had she been animated and wor n appalling hour:' the laisb ofitfie j rfle' wai, v
)on. Luckily, there dwelt in Weaford a I arrange*! ; we aj rooil to meet at ten o'clockon letters of introduction from England, but as pockets-and the south wind alone wi IS around me ; and in whatever1 dtfeciign. .. It 1-
eert** rosy Unco-draper, good natured, butpmiing aparticular nht!;; at the Duck and Coach- I have always been particular in my company abroad, if you except six owls who went par t- turned my eves, I saw but the !lazy :ajfl5fl; -
'hat like his own ledger, who seeing t hprse, and thence to set forward towards I, scorned to avail myself of them, ners with as rnany* bull-frogs in a duct by n 0't of the trees, whose motions' rendered indt>> ?
be was pleased toc&my 1 haZirdous I Itutland-srrcct, where I had: previously ascertained l preferring instoadtkift society of ray first and means to be despised.. As I stood lesi]:* tinct by distance, looked like gEosh, moving Is.to
aditioft, took me into bii lMYice, where I that a rich merchant resided, who continued lieutenant whose sensibiliru their :
bd only love. This intimacy upwards my religious and fro gaunt nras :. Tp3denya|
.1IGd.the happiness cleaning boots, running having been lately married, had just pur- ol a year, at the end of which time, Kasa' were roused by the. imposing! awe of the hou:r, scream burst on my car, and fiirfirae towiros ,';
&uch waiting at dinner, and committing chased a handsome service of plate which I such was my fair OneS' name-presented me a pleasing tranquility stole over me. Tli Ie Atkins, I beheld him seVe Or.UpflIt,' -
towd eitra But mischief this on my own of private du-ac- I myself had seen carried home that morning I with a thumping boy. This additional relationship spirit of poetry permeated my mindI i : : and stiff as'.a corpse, his eye''b1. tt'CJ! .. I
servitude was short from the silversmith'I selected this gen'tieman's I I :
tatiOQ sadly discomposed her fdther, and became cthereilimgin1ive.iromantiJust r. blue lips convulsed, Buthbsenises'frsf. locke i.. !
iiscotered; my employer fancying that h* house for my dcbut because I rightly quarrels OD the subject daily took place be at this crisis the sound of wheels;is in sleep.i4Hark tbe e 1aimed, "thet\ ]
dtp3tchtd in me evidence superior genius, conceived that, from the circumstances of tween them, till at last the distracted girl heard : in an instant my dream was ended I ; is no 'one in the passpe' -*tis wclL The j
Bergl me to a grammar school iu the : his honeymoon being still young, he would intreated mc to take her altogether from from a poet I descended to a foot-pad, at d dead cannot rise agninst me Cannot f*.
I or00 where I soon distinguished I have quite enough business on his hands, home. At first I felt inclined to comply, had barely/ timo to conceal myself behir Id Hah hah hah Look you ihcre Ho
yselfb7" a leal for learning perfectly mirac- without troubling himself, look after a few but when I reflected: on the clog thatwould some ,adjoining trees, when a postchatcame e comes-be comes-he points with his bloody -
lileib cirs UOmUchuI had got my grandfather'sand comparatively unimportant.articles of plate. be thereby thrown upon my genius, 1 resolved rattling towards me. Drawing a pist,>l arm towards me. ,Now he standing rigid'*
d L often the Forty Thieves by heart, Punctual to the moment we proceeded to on declining the proposal. I almost .regret from my belt, whhVAtkins did the same, I opposite to me-bis hot 1tf,8th scorches titt \
wept over the sufferings of the effect a lodgment in his kitchen ; but, unluckily with the usual !11- i
Leroes lad heroines to state the particulars of separation : rushed up to the vehicle higl my wns--Ifeeltb? d&.11..1 of the Newgate Calen- while we were ascending towards from Rosav .Having deckled on its necessity -' way anathema ; but discovering that'the: and with a yell cif trcmendudtjs"agony' Ibe
tmpreuiaa cap ntiDI raise -lUny, which made The drawing room, a stout scullery-girl,who, 1 read her one evening a homily on t I were only two females inside, modulati;. JLner. oa my youtbf.-l mind. unperceived, had witnessed our operations, the subject of filial duties ; -I told her that t my voice' to its most agreeable ones, BI. excitement continued' more.or less ihrougferi
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t1 ng waich timo I bad years at assaulted us both with her fists in so cowardly the claims of a father were far superior>> to I hoping that I did not intrude, requested i he out the night"but-towards dxybrcak, AtkinS'r
titles rf frequent oppurtu I and unprovoked a manner, that we were those of a lover ; and that if I deprived :i i gentlewomen's purses and whatever oth had in some degree rtsumfd-fi*! cooipOMS/: "
observing the roperioriiy of our I compelled to make a precipitate retreat. herself her of such have about them. fi; and *
?"flnria either or boy protection, property they might y insisted (stranjre infVtuation !) on c& > *
fPDpery rdigioo I to the idoUtroos doctrines I -should: not omit to add, that, during the my conscience would never be at rest. Vain request was indnlgentjy acceded to, up M1 hnmedlatc return toTwrcfcefthanf. '":" t,
'lad was etptUcd company with bustle of escape, O'tnn .contrived to were my rcinonstrances; the poor girl clung which, wishing the ladies a-JoodZJ1ght; a nd So mad a 's ) Jrof! 'c'barse prbted K3p- C.
tqQiba I Rmedo'CoeaeU to fUr* altacuiiig,A." pick my pocket-a sp<,deG of dishonorable" to me with wild emotion, and, as a last resource cautioning them to beware of big!.way mE!n, uruin, and nc- o'irlanFyir were boTh fulfil jjjy
my mule Suday .wu. This I of which I should never have *uspoctod For :I contented with the St
ba'thl. alledgcd
tn the real reaton iny etpultiou ; him, hid: I not riwao! &W' afrpUcatJoh awhile I was wholly overcome by such an, with his head to the horse's tail, and set (tit when 'circniHsfatires hnvin airTfcn 16, fOS-J 4
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1t. H>>.C one trroltp was is my m. The to bead>ocouv wilier: a to His fqr a'similar-purpose. fIt appeal,"till recoUeetingftJie necessity of do with Atkins: ;,towards the Woodcock a ndfirm the prejijdfctfs'afafnst us/t il trfrc'lyf"
J --Cat Qtu w dl short n.ck.ud tho thick.cst. was.at this period of my UfeJliat I paid cistonrl abruptly'pat cud to the interview Sugar.Tongsj, Jslewoth.-tlerc. *'-we commuted 'for triafl w- Atkias kept ty
--"" -'" my ,firit yfefc to London, where I became and escaping at once from the chains were dividing oar booty my confeder te TiH J spirits, knotnot 'I at least was QKCri" J
".,"h cefobrated but ill-starred of love and labour rushed'far away into the grasped me:suddenly by the arm, and putt ng able : maddeaed fqf lie first fltne witU'hoi
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to d1lll.R .d1 ijjJ. tci :\,.fe' liD lIf horror pervy-.kiJ tilt. wt.Lfc'{ !i cc1--p.ury {'plilif.i., d.o'or:.x Hi,ulilcn w C t have t. .f.t rs,. Cfi"ll' J Gr"c:'d r.g,1!r fl a tf.\Iae I J peJ'F

even fancying at tfmc'itlHtr; was comp-in* oom'hlrtilg which, nothing could be heard b.n'ingulpl'hJ.. the freest It'publicswof.. .amiqoity. t5'the. total jclusion;14f/rent i1.als. and s-, J lutib iI thtir, mtOttn f.nIar.t'-.J.t5Ut" :2tllr'
wneJ by the spirit of LYilUS. In this condi- bit myinwq'bimilsive lobbing; as i vainly coeds !fions the htllraStlld i litescif the tuun. .those of ;d 1 Stt' 0n, + ti p

i r lion I reJl1e :Pw.t 'd of, f1 "l'Cf. sort i Iced,lfi my arms to ctasp uiy injured The appropriation by ( BP,rPSS for pubHfHug -; #!. 'I he :fiche 1 d dIH'.fut..r of"hcM' ,r-n.ccs, Rt I t ur'l: I'roar" :4 t ltdPOintd
,' one evenr'itIcr' hts'convtcthn. I 'wi < hil fT 'Mer.t short pause, t t'ti-ial proceeded t the L i\vs of tfic Terflfofy* was only state* have not foreit fjiirjfhmed sine0 'the tn'm'out, and the abffitv**M -m, .FK

. summoned by the jailor into Atkins' prison, and ilx titets being irrefragably M I ftk'ienJ to ihfrav the expense of punting stipj re slue of dut-IIiug, and the cool determination rity of this enlightened! body \,m a''
whom I found quite an altered character :;pj$vcd against me, thrjpsryf wrtffout a fr o-:* this frstvolume aged to pay*Li the Clerks ciaW and invincible firmness, manifested mend such. liberations as it deems, iI\\
AS I entered his dungeon, ", Iut I indeed 'merit's hesitation,returned It verdict of guilty i ploy.d by the i..gigjHti"e oll.(H.at its last ,:by our Jullow-ciiizeus oft the north, ii} the our coitstituonts iu whom the pron..
be hanged ?" ho said; or ratbor shiiHtedHin} and the judge con !cnillcd me to'death. ,I i sc&iou t it therefore a bucttiues htCessary .to f late contest ith'Great Crifaitt, demonstrate adopting or rejecting them j is .er
a harsh grating tone of voice I was then removed from the bar, and consi i1i apply to Cor gis for an lu1ditiOiIaI! appro- I r (it [picot were riquired) that courage is not vested etrutit!

'"Yes I replied, "you ntrtrst, but it will i ed to thy solitude of the condemned! cell, i. printion, to tomplrte! the pnblic tri ,' ut ther cuuntied lo the .,-east of'the duellist. All other republics have failed

bq COiw, >lingJL>rj>'3t toUHWiV that I shall be never thence tor depart until l the hour appointed t Digest, or the Legislative Council must raiN As Legislators, us father, let me entreaty Rome and Greece nis' .only ia'ijj The'

hanged as wolf" I for iffy execution i' by taxation a turn sufficient fur this object u to destroy tins vampyre, which is battening In the territories which they ruled .
"0 Gait 1 cannot die I am not fit Itt this drsolate-this gloomy-t$+is life The executive, however apprised, of tneIvieCrsofthe oivihe hood: of our fellow citizens; the ruins of ancient buildings' -e..

fOJTTiairrT M5ef bat with blood-and his I des'royia i tlun e m, .i-tif companions but Council has lt.'c'ted the PrinI Your fellow-citizen, governments-have perished and the ally a

eye looked horribly white. At his arrest; my tfultt: ftts, no !hope, but what Heaven in I ter to complete the publication of the digest WM P. DUVAL tants exhibit a state of d"rr tilj.; .
jotreaties, and by permission of the turnkey, its mercy may record me, I await the final i. The census of \he. United States and : On motion of Mr. Howard 14 ronies of wretchedness, which is (rightful.JQvisit tit I
rVcnviined with him throughout this, his hs 1 ; I eiitcrcc of the la\v. The revolting levity Territories, in pursuance of tie act of Coiigrrss : the GovI'ruor.sle1t'a ordered be them. .

Aiglit ;' aty own trial as an accessary Mace with which, in the pride of my spirit,I some will &e taken in the >ear 1830. Asf:, printed for the use of the*' were Members.I to On the subject of order and the rnt
in tfco commenced these is a is probable that the population lIthe Territory ; : of I
by sore. infotrdality indictment been months hnce memoirs On motion of Mr. Walton the Douse proceeding, need not say ;
postpo'ncd to the srtrt assizes, and Atkins I II gone ; the bolt has reached my l.cartthe wiU authorise our mlnii iou into the i t to the election l of six enrolling proceeded andengrossing this assembly. The importance oftlMlnc
I navirrg precffiafed the necessity of one, by a I fire-brand has struck to my brain, floxv Union, I recommend that provision: by law : Clerks when Messrs. anJ the manner of election, g,*'
Mr-Ken dale
'II ;
. frank and unreserved confession. At ten; i awful is this hour Night is.abo\'e-ar dhenrah I bi Ii uil'f K> tree ".IIN(I o"tof'tbp vfoetors at' Milliard i Scott suranco that! no danger need be a
Mays, Gray, FitrpairicR-md
o'clock the jailor quitted us ; and wfc"'sat : : me ; night on heaven. .- night on the nt-:tt't 'n, for members of the Lopa-j. X7cre fkcid. on that subject. Our feMowch'uTj

down alone at an oaken table, lit hy a dim I earth-hul what is tint to tfe night within I I Intive Council, on odes interestinc subject. A proposition eras. receive nor ;Wesws.Wilson tile'ions they have made, have 1 fact,:d L'-
lamp, and garnished xrith an odd volume of I my soul llrk: i is that the chit ch clock ? Judging oi the future hy the past rt we neednot and| Davenport offeringf engross the great cause at issue, and" n1et\t-d i&

.. nets. Until midnight Atkins remained I Foil! 'tis the chink of the h.immer on shy l i appiehend that our illu'n'susyil! const: to the hilU.for this House cents whom tfipv thought rules eomp im to'

tolerably composed ; but when all at last was I( Sc tfl M. 0 God is there then no hope 1 I claim ihe iitli-ntion of the National LwgUda-! }i hundred words : wiiirh was at laid eight on' tfl* .a per,It ,, dtitips. They have not a.-yuted t Iht-lUwr

: client in the prison, its awful solitude struck Must I indeed die, be p.isoued i in some desk l tail, and the waichfjil! ;guardianship of our j and the Hou e ndjounicd until 10 ocl'ock to individuals but have regarded pritc
J chill and damp to his soul; his teeth ch.itlercd ; rotting coffin, and feel the death-worm! slowly resent Chi'T bgisll alc. He. who sufleied : to-morrow i, and sought to secure it. In this I Ke
cold drops stood upon his forehead\ >I. creeping-creeping'ping-irnh by inch, i.very pi ;is'ali.m.; and) braved cytry'danger THtstlay. October 13:it, groui.d; to confide in the stability and ssltc mtroal
paced the floor EUe a madman, and clanked across my heart 7 Shall the sf.4dcr l that Wow J incident k> s Ttvag'arf '-r r* rftarfuHg- the TIle rbtlowin Commrtu'fs were aamxrncrcii of our system. It inspires me wiIll;
his chains gfcuf even? of such an opportunity weaves his web above my head l have -t logger veil'which sTMiIofr'pd tins [Kanfiftl: > hue! from by tar President- ::: confidence that tin; result of your hloug

to burst the hortrfd stillness. Just at this existence; than 11 Sh.dl; Rosa-poor deserted the admiring; g; zo of his country ---as-j I Committee en the Judiciary.-Mrssrs. :' will correspond with their most sangu(,

r norrttmt the \f5flCnman of tha jail: passed close Rosa-be revenged only by her sedu gii.ndi.in oflhe 1I..lioll'JII not cease to dwrl Sionte, Dun tap, BTfrwur Hunt. !, hopes

beneifh' thfl wtfldOw calling the hour, in a cer's death My child know peace only by l ish a lively interest for our_.Vippinets: & pio3perity. Committee on the SHiltiia.-Jieaws. Waltrmf Mr. Doddridge submitted the f f.'lIowilltI ;

tone which \t ttf'say, "."on hear it for forgetting his father 1 Distracting thought 1 imJnp, Bright I resolution, not, he aid with any ticwto
i tho last time off earth !1" Its effect on I -I must compo.se 1 myself awhile by prayer*I it again devolves upton me to urge on you Committee on f'inffttre. -Sles&rsv E>crtrRruwu their bung tafcrn trp at this tiara, but h011
Atkins was terrific. In such a state* a state: I tan iflnpffrtance, of 1"'oviug: a fund for the !Mitchell. that theyjittighi. be permitted lolieon I tae tt

of the most abject wrotchcdrrcss- r'rs : Proceedings of the Legislative j maifttetianrtt of primary schools throughout Committee on EltctwnsMessrs. Love.,,I: b k-, alv 'pcttlva-bly, other if tlcrocn mi
i :tlip ?erriwry It would !ftebUpeiGuous to 7r.JYC &rcd resolutions the
rolled away, until at length the cfirfrefc ekkrlt Council of 1'"lorida.Tho Russ, BI'adthurk. !;. on lame" s.:.
norm o&* $* ;uh'a"tagf's! ; which would result jet more acceptable; the house
struck four and few of
a straggling glean' I Coaiihittec Claims. Messrs.Sanrl. tf9Iwa"ct.
IJ' Legislative! Council convened at Tallafinrceo'on
from generaFcfiffrrrfoTr of .flp ligii of know- I. ResolndtT\inia\
Jayligfil! txrpan to make their wa Your through ..-a, D'K! I > pP inI.
From i \ ( :) the 12th instant-14 members I present Iedg among our ft:I lew eitiseiii. The w- ted to take into consiJerAtioa the Dill
prison oars. this moment the Cemnitftc Knrofltd ilh.-l1Jcssr of
two aVcnt.Mr Fatio from St. Johns and )tr. Owen ; on
I iwr ami geuiuiQf mr demand Declaration and
t murderer began to count each of his goveruiup'.u to report to ;hi;
moment 3 irrch<'7, Hum, Mitchell.
from Weff. Ran ifl arfcninistenxJ tho offhe .
Key Judge 'rhvttewtion LegrsUtore to tnL; Sisi CmvpntHm whether in their
J existence ; and with all tint desperate} tenacity -. Committee on the State of the Ii'vpublic.Aleasrs .- opinion
necessary oaths. We are indebted to It highly respect duty of frt'einen} and if what
amendments neclJSaz
any arc
! 1! with which a weak mind clings however e mrtrrff rf for Council f'!'following If the fines and lot fiLures arcrurr.g: under %1'ahonDutlap, Brown. j I. rts4ete's',.

I falsely, to hop, kept perpetually asking me Ilrct"e'Cgfr of the two first Jay Irte laws of IIU T niUry, were appropriaretfas 1 ( Committee on tkc Governor's MCJff -** 'j(i 2. Resolved That Committee beepoiutrd
1 the hour, and insisting that it was not so late Messrs. Stone Mnchel) Howard. .
't its I c'Jppo e.l. At last he could no lonirerfhut Monday, October 121h, 1829T.Ow I II a literary fuu \, utnppicd! to any othei II I; to take iuto consideration Legij.

1 his! cyes,to tfi'e truth, for the daylight), PHHJOII: of JVU-, Doll, \]:. SuMio was I II ', object in tart lapse of a few yetrsf the hi VIRGINIA (}Ol'JrEJ.VTION.I I lativo Department of Governmrut as csla .
hitherto faint called! io the ch.sir till! tlw House pioreededto crease would be very consider.ibf; (", and in fished by the present Constiutioi,and 10 report *
now distinctly TilE VIRGINIA CONVENTION emblttiafHichmocJoatho
; I lMl
up every
ir the ballot for a resident, ulWii It4, Ahratu !I aid of the rents of the scluiol lands, we mvhrsarrgfiincK : to this Convention either a substitute
object dungeon. How pale and 5th instant Tha
t Enquirer -*
its I Bell.tiny having' recei-ved: 12? totta I ''as fe- i fffitrcrparcr tFie moral and intellectual naysAs for the same, or such amendments thereto ain ,
strengthening beams
gh'istly by
t myconfcderate'sfaces. dared duly elected I President of rbv lyejur tf- improvement of the youth of Our intense interest was excited-the their opinion, are necessary
looked 1
bowwithering the and of the Hall
and !iavir.. in This devoutly to Gallery Lobby apart \ s. Rcsolvtd That Commiuee bo
live Council : a vnj fppfpiiile: country, great good, E a ir-
its ion! how intense and concentrated I
crowded vith anxious
.LL. haaN.er re'.wrucii: tlvinks lor tll1' hutioi conferred hoped for, em oHt.\ he effected by a coninienceiTient were Spectators. : pointed to lake into consideration Uu Elc.
g character of its( grief' Uut a Jew Jlour''J'J on him, tool the chaii.Thoims which however huinbl, will! The spectacle of sn many tfistinguishe men cutive iJepartnieni of Government as C1ilh.[
P rforc: ; and his hair: was black a deep
I together for so solemn all(' important
and with
piety w'uh oUt growth strengthen by thppvespnt Constitution,anu! r&o
M.ick it had ihe ii triuc: was : J'C"t ysKJswHmous'yelected
: now a tinge eftct I I
grey \. ; a piorinced a sensation which
J Chuf Cieik.Messrs. e* r streft tlt, untH the : of veirs f thy sorrows of a long life had! o IsfiaP iu't&'s .r When
James }dis4jn
{ *::ed it radiance on a rich and} dc 'f't? I for Ite simre, orstich amendnieuts tlicretaai
Itoen condensed into siij le ni ht.Pivrl C tt .rut Brown trrrc )
I one appointeda poptifated couurv.: The niiilinns which row ro nominate his friend ; when upon tart hi tlw-'ir Opinion, are
i:>ely as l\tc clock struck right, the Couiin.ttec to wait on the Uoveinor and i I .h.-ction of James Monroe to the Chair, hewas necessary.
I t now constitute the litrrary funds ol i TIP most 4.. Ifesofved That a Committee Gpup.
and sherfft! arrivedvhen .iiftiT inform! him thai, the\ Coufvcff in
: SCSPFOII : -t escorted to it by Mr Marl* n and by
powerful Slates elfin Union had their QI ( ;; pointed to taka; into consideration tht-.J1tii.
the usual; corcmonfes tfc" procession moved and icady to receive any communication Tirr. ilar\h.iH and "httJam 1 Mooioedeliverp
:I gill in ffies and! fntfi-unffs } it is furou to ci.V Department 06 (government cstuMi i-dbj
towards tho! scaR'KIJ.nil; here tioiii !him l
} slo.vly on hie cling anti inipresshe Address
emulate! their XT we cxaniolc\ | and to trans ; the present CbusTPftntio, and to report
.' ehs.ie-J a sccrfe1, hich. these wrw witnessed l Alessr Stern, Walton and DUillip; werenppoinu'd'a :I licit your ir-imcs to a jrrsfi'ful posterity. | the scene was peculiarly touching. Thru: this Convention cuhor a substitute fork\
it, will, I Tff convince J", carry w'ntf them tow committee tc) dnift rules fur the The Eke'vUIit hn for way"nru, :l wet eye in the Hall. icncJra thereto '
; some years past same, or such a l& asia tlair
thegnve. Overpowered by intense afTri triitf i ik iiovfriiHieni of the housrTfre -* urged 1. the Naiiotial! ; Govrrnmcnt\ tJ We pclcct from tliC two first days' proceedings of opinion nre necessary ,

Atkins refused to procc''lfurther ; he shriek i Oovernor liansmitts'd to the Council necessity (3'ra! ; rsoviuj the fr.dinns from this d.\ ;1- able hcdy, all that v.'edeem :important cad tutor.'tt'i > Retained, Tfxrf a Committee he appointed >

cal for pity, dung convulsively to the jailor, .I u\. i\I I". Vai his 'private Secid-iiy to! fl''ItO l- Tt'rritr:''. :n!hi' I'resi-lurt frf the United) : :? to our pea+ai.'.. lo take consideration so mud
t"nl vrrhhicg in all the nervous' fever of dc- Vflr ..States! t; deiiKe-wfVJrat fjfpy shr'hkl he The Convention elected for the 1 purpo t4\\\t\ COJm:; ,. as relates to the Riphtof
I 11 pair prayed for only ten minutes reprieve o vcJ lo a courtfrV xticre! they rl'r.y remo-I of revising tho Constitution of ibis State, Suffrage and qsr..nfica.ion of persons :Job b
. : 1 -'for six-for five-for tv/o-for or.c-1 fly Message nently remain. It xvill: depend upon Congress assembled yesterday in the Capitol.: Tho iiittoudaitce i circled, and to- f""quirewhether any.jsndit

k hut one single minute, \ville! he..r'peatt'clthc Gcndcmcn vfthc: Lcgixl.
J t Lord's Prayer. As the executioner apjiroachcd Wih! he-iii I It It pleasure 1 uHei! you m)' become extinct, or cnjuy; Ar age:, issir! of de-legates being Present tvitii t.e: eJA : cessjry therein und report the same fill

-t to place the rope round I his neck, rahl.Jtins: for the cxfnJeJ besings! of primeval sineI"lici'' and. leas tS'. 'It is melancholy caption of ix person detained by. i imJijpo-I I' their opinions thereon to this Conveniioi
1 f this affright increased tto m-nlnesi His red : d'IU1id(11CC, to ir-tlect, that surrounded as jfisy' sition. 6. Rtol0fdt That a (:'ommittee beap-

t rye kindled, his mouth, white with foim, Whilst disease & death havv ovcisludowed : arc bv our )popjiatif! their Ci-nditiun be- At a little after twve! o'clock Mr. M l. f I pointed to take consideration lie proper

teemed: twisted into a thousand shapes. But other portion of the t'wHm* the widespread ; UIf'" day ntre! abject am? misnra- ison ruse and addressed the ConvpntiuM. i i basis of representation: and the proper rook
t1 ... fill :';ac vain ; the cord was adjusted. ; the : glut rf In-altfe, n4 the rrrh and va- I hiP: They are: only ofiered the mpai s uf He sated the propriety of organizing the : of apportioning representation among- ik

: cap( drawn: over his face ; iind the signal ricd l productions, our esuberantsoilt almost! dcbaucher, and the example of rtHennss! J hotly by tho appointment of a President ; people, and to make rrpott thereon olds
hemp; given, one shrill, p'yrcing cry way : happy Nora ihc Ctll1tY)1Itot giving H1 the fp'rf mac Afho\\ vice*, without tlrat he therefore nominated James Monroe Convention.
heird-then the cnv-slo\v' withdrawintr! of ,i l'xomplolll ol humanity.I ; country ofttr tirttle of civilization. Lot MS hope, as qualifia 1 to fill the Chair ;' and one whose 7. Resotve. Tkat a Commiuee- ilr--[
the bolt, a groan and the murderer, like his that the Congress of the United Staff*, byan diameter and long public services rendered ; pointed to take into consMctaUoa: all such
: bl shall; .IS 1 ever have Jon, untie cordially
victim wa a Corpse : with in aiiv.iiici'uj tLr, liajipii'ess and tfnliglitened and liberal! i policy, xviff save it tmneffessHry fur him to say mow skein pre- : parts of the Cousiittttiouai are not referred
I now r'1ltrY1 to my cnvn rrcr>otrnif rtrtffat'we.At you the remnant of top*? once brave nod powerful wilt him respectfully :e the notice of the by thu foregoing resolutiuus, and toieportta
i ol kWlJt.tilizeus; 4* ':omiiig di-
the ensuing Quildford asrizc5my trine, piospeiuy tribes within our T t'tliwry, k-cu fnevita* House. this Convention either substitutes for too
rr.1S t (hIm uarrfy of tIlL! people! intimately
in its t,>frn, caner on, The principal?indeed I blemniliilation. No mher cnmlidate being put iff nomiuaffon parts, or such amendment t hereto,b,Q
iictjiiaii.ti.-d j triih thxiir HHeie:;s and wants,
the I 'Jrt y evidence' aj ailast me, was lint of a I I would respectfully suggest the propriety the question was put on the ntmttoation their opinion arc Jlcccs ar!.
1 shall contidt-utfy rely MKJM thedisc1aire
boy between cfev'rft 3d twelve] ytnr of io\ I upon duties.your providing by law for the permanent :sta.bliwTfrTpnt of Mr. Monroe ; and he was elected nem.fjn. 8, /iVsflfrtt/, That each"Comniittse &I'4
I yell) i ii seems, had ifftne'ssrd the-whole trans- ut'my Legislative of good road To the f l-'iJt.! pointed under the foregoing resolutions sbiL!

..ctip: from an ctdjoinin* foomf ami of course The: coutes in icIaiioiMo to bonm/.iry with which the roads! are changed and the Messrs. Madison end Marshall having .ofSiii o J -! ----monibers. ,-,
could swear to my identity Th s Y oath line between the Stale of Georgia anj flur- desultory eofrtrVbtirMm of labor for their re- conducted him to the chair, he addressed ihe q :
has s'ibjected to a rigid cro'js-cx:iminalion, I tu.4 is yet undetermined ; but the able exposition parattoft' rft.ij he attributpd their present Convention nearly in tar following terms Jllayi l'T/Jl1&tat buliau' Palk'

ia the course of which, struck by some tone 1 of this subject try tke lalo acting Governor condition If n tVerI' levied fer the purpose :-_, served my country from very The following letter' lion, Gen. Jl.iDDa t

io his voice, some 5tran indefinite peculiarity I and our IMegaie in Congress the of kcepitfg the roads in prc pftr fppair, early life, in all its highest trusts and most Judge M an waring, has been politely: fa*
j in his \Vho in God's virtue ...cJ inteili! eiKe of that dictrnbulshr.d nishcd by the lattar for publication. .,VQ
manner nan-j, i j with the liberty of cwninfitirtg labor for tax- I Ito difficult emergeiiciesfroin the inosrt iiTi!K>rtant .
Said If "is fithcr 1" assembly and the Itoe of immulabfr JlJsti't, take pleasure in giving it place in the r>
your !, the ro'acis of rtcr emuitry xvorH surpass I of which trusts I have: lately retired I cannot -
The boy hesitated a mompnt, then suddenly guarantee the ancient boundary subsisliub tlose of O'Jf owJo, I yliiPiwisu than feel wit(,great sensibility, ladium, as we think tho principles advai***
vS with manifest cftnfnson.U I know oetwrew Geoigia and Florida at iI*: tune of I by the General arc in accordance \ritlht
Gentlemen of the fagialdttoc Council it I this I proni'uf! the high confidence of this very
npf he left as when I w.i* an infant ; grandfather the ces .em of I'loi>du to the United SNits by I titighteiied and icspectablo AssemLl1tVas spirit of republicanism. The! Jibcr.illty.It:
becomes mv duty to call yo'ir attrutiorr Ir1 I
often of him but always Spain. displays is creditable to tlic aufllae
speaks an- rhe fie q Went violation of he) laws of this! Territory mv fiarncst hope and th'II"that, a very certainly
I: gr its;" Congress, nt its last icssum, ptissrdan l act, I by ducmn!. Custom has brtberiorpermitfevl disirrYoiJbheJ cititeu ami' friend, v. ho has preceded and must discov;(rto the pcoplattfuU the P
"And your mother V* anthorizin the citizens of Florida to Hrct ffjo combatants to shd blood 'tith I me in several of these high trusts, and tem cf rrfJ;;;; has more vwiftRarjTevil tbu r

tt' ,, "Sie! died just after 1 was born." directly, all officers of the Tt'lIih.ry'iI impunity, but as an independent peopf' glorying i j who (had a just claim to that precedence, in i i, rjvcn in tho estimation of those oi;

Her name ?' and military, with 'exception of those apt'itfd in or ;political renoneratimi, trill! prff i ifessing should hrjr; taken this station; and I deeply whom it has been niado too operate

-- ;' "Rosal'eiU, ." I: 1 by tin President, Justices of the to be free ami urtsharkJed' by ttip.] Kf'tjref tier considerations which have induced bunt cNaroras\, 2 Oth.A.u.182.
tiller residence 1" : Peace{ and Trbasuier, whom the act declares I I customs and opifrrotts of European nu'mr-i him to decline I it.-The proofs of his VPIV Solomon Manicuring.sqf.

"The woods at the back of Sidney Town. I shall be elected by jomt b'illot of trot It cities, is it not a solemir tlotv, whichve t'wi; important service, and the purity of his Ufo, Sin :-Tho mail before tJic-liw* br h .

"Gracious' Ood !1" I exclaimed shuddering housc 1 tcr oiirspfvt-'s and our country, to declare": by will go down to orr latest posterity ; and his: me the information- my rt"n&QN 1 frmor

I nil ovor with emotion "it indeed my child, 11 will be sprn by reference the. act; our oxaniplp, that we ;are no iTrrgcf slaves tnI example: aided by tint: of others, whom L office of Ri'g.iter". ruul of the appolDlD1Cnt

f,: ray own deported r child, \vho now stand th.it the bill, as firsf.ifitreduced, was intended I I this savn:c ct !tom, trhich had its origin ini I i' need not mention will give a Strong prop to Arthur St. Clair Esq. to-succeed me. :
.here t > give evidence ajfiiftst his father, as tor the Territory of ArtanwaleiK', and that the rude at.!osof the fifteenth century, in the our free system of government. from the chastisement I which my remora
that f ether was his mother's murderer." it was afterwaidi amended wifb a trow of!I t t i:i quarrel of the perjured Francis and the hypocritff I I regret my appuininu-ni. from another dicates, I consider U right because I b

{ *. On fdHowinrf trp this fearful cro '. :tmi- pxtpnding its provision to thtf Ttrf Jffrry of!i> Charles, Bmperor of Germany 1 i': consideration : a fear that 11 shall not be ableto bcea irv office long enodgh to f tl'l2nran

{ ';t nani.rn, :hu following additional facts came Florida. A difficulty i is prrscolrrf in the ,. 'rhot zlr flreso monarchs prudently Pflu'cc'.I') discharge the duties of tho trust, with advantage not over irkich (pilrs.tmonlOus..1Igid Jcwt|

I out. The "itnc'Va* the grandson of a [ application{ f of frnr first.,Jon which cannot 1>d fro farther than sending, and < I to my Country. have never be- s, my dear sir, you recalled ms's

:;j:. Scotchmm} wbo 1 tar erng' in th'C Course of:' lio oivia"trdf but t a'nrtrnrfmg the ori{iual. challenge yet the high example eflVctrd an I .ore held such a station, and am ignorant of ward associated together at the for asat '

years accumulated property as aft a ricuhu'rfst ', act firr tlf* govenrtrfent of Florida, by providing j astonishing change in tho manners of the! a:e. : the rules of t the H.J'ISP. I have i.iso bret our constitution, I took- firtaittad t _I
-*n in New Holland, had resolved to return fora Senate ai in the law for the : The slightest injury could only .br atoned i for t afflicted of lute, wild infirmity, which still the doctrine of appointments I dur1Jlg:

1 I home and enjoy in his native Dumfriesshire. government of the T.nitory of Arkansas. by the loss of life. These SCOurfies of mankind exits to a degree t') form a serious o&rtacfe. behaviour I wras then a young man ..

f 'On his arrival in London, where he had The act of Congress with ih*'so exceptions have not only entnHod! upon thru own {f -Being placed liowevpr, here, i wilt exert out much experience I (, but further- rofdeCVI

f P business of importance to transact he took only requires the aid of tar L"gislaiive Couacil ; countries for three centuries, the! curse of; my best faculties physical and rtnntfjrt such and riper years, even qpw "bee my

t that opportunity of placing his grandson with to enable the people to elect their otfi-f duelling, but have }poured out sorrow and as they are, at every hazard; !, if if discharge its. niary interests arc concerned have notes 11ft

tome respectable English farmer for which curs, civil end. militaiy, which (except to till .' blood upon the newest and fairest portion J 'duties to tho satisfaction of this Assembly: ,' god my mind on that ul ect..ut.. if

c purpose ho advertised in all the papers ; vacancies) should be at cliO same time and ; of tau WQiJ. Ii the penal sanction of laws, :and of my Country. think wnero appointments arc IUnitt|

t and it was in answer to one of these that place as -shall he hy la'.r prescribed for tho human and divii caunot intimidate our fel- This n rmbJy is called for the most important their duration, that incumbents ou? .bi+

Ev-mi hid personally applied to him, stating election Members oft lit' Legislative )ow-citixens from the perpetration of this offence I ht ect. It is to amend our Consjiiotitfii permitted to serve out the time for

his want of such a b.I l, and proposing torms, cil. The too ft cq} iciit recurrence cOlin-I let lilt retort to tttoso mistaken fuHittg1 I itrf thereby give 1 he1support to bur they are appointed. Tht-.y accept tw II-
', t' tfhieh being accepted by the old Scotchman, tions: does no bt"IW'kii'Uy; extend \\ p I ot'honor, which impel tothesanjjum'uy' cortt- system of 'dec republicaii ti'crthi1r'n'lur with that expectation, and make tl heir> .

j the boy was transferred to Twickenham, xilfgrs; of oiii :r 111mritizc'h1a but malts i iIKK bat, by cirltrng them off front all oHioesof Constitution wns the first that was formed in rtetements accordin-jlv, unless SOUlCnt'rah

whore he luid sinco continual tu reside, up oii'y! HI Hit i" nh'ti. of tlu.h'dotutstic I honor and profit in.th> Territory. Wt; ht\'n.I' 1 the Vili,", and it has been in operuiuo: since tion in duty should maL: their rem ,

t -tlte moment of 1m master's murder. Onfaring afiaiis, but in cu,.:t-qnetices stilt nioro poljiical 1 ctcitGmCgk QDfJ.emb tlot. tbo Vo x7i> Vbicii ;curl dcmoujjrata that I of the .0 JJ:1
ihi j* rttranrJIn.iry ttatcjoco'i an in. | y ancient republicbefore i1.'I; halo 1 1o yon that no dcrrlicticf dutyc.rrin r


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3 b ) fc:K aP3 _1' J.t: .. .,::, .< I a'.f! I rt-.4 ODt e tory r1tfliDbftod.t3Pofi < 1rho Spuuish General wil pro'i d which crriVod last cvotilh troiu Looioo, ..Nace" j' e'bJ-" ov;; -

, 'e J fOI t,. wih :1 cor.tiit'ii-: !n. nilhartiy! : this orcwrrcncc, the U. s. *hip Hornet 1 for the support of his division whilst they left Dsrtmouth the 29th ult.Ve are in for. weeD from this date, I wUI apf ry for letters of \

611 r jth Ubor in early iif s irfivon.il. with C.pUin Othu Norris, "'pea red off the port I rctn.iin ill ihe country ; and the transports mtd by u passenger, J.. Purdy Fsq. that he SIX.ou on the estate of JolmPCBMCOU. 2p dlduccaioJ

I can vrt absolve want at dcf a t"t'. 'nci faa,ing sent a boat on shore, Captain N. will also t.c a: his expense. :
:ahbb sides ix. boys uniting: as tty do the was marie; acquaintcU with the circurastahces. 7th. The wounded and sick of the Spanish criw in ,the Rending! room at, Dartmouth H ANN PBIDElt". v
Bb Ity constitution of the German: with the Ho immediately despatched l his tint : i division who are unable to march shall bnllttin issbed from the London Royal Exchange t4iBokka'October- L.1 .

cotll vivacity of the Irish, can he employ lieutenant with a note tu Ucntral Barradaa .remain at Tampido tie TamhJaulipas uhtil dalbd tht 2Gth, which stnted thai ; ,

21 I as useful aU'lmuie Therefore reform demanding the prompt surrtlilltr of the money. :such time a*,they'can be sent to the Hoipi- THfc! RUSSIANS HAD ENTERED ;, ,.fJllilu1. .

edfJ me his lost its forc, The note of Captain,Norm and the tal of the- Meiican: .Army where they shall CONS"ANTtNO LE. The Dew *as RI1. ; 5uhc itwi.ttw "JJSjf ttk aftheiJk R.adit'

I I have been perplexed atul disgusted withc I cQect of causing its* sped f}' jfcUmy bn' bfe treated at the CJp'cn8.cf the Spanish division Dartmouth and is HonM.until. YIktaQV8tUft7"J nest t ...

wh'mitv' cornplair.t oftho; who have board the Hornet arid, ooh after, n hu'mili- wnb snail furtmh a Surgtbn. and a nerally believed at ble collection .t
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6 jcnremjvcd from outre* It"ihrir opiniis I ting apology to Mr Harrison frogj thepanihiifficer corporal and soldiers necessary to take care rendered highly probable from the positionof EOOEAtArno.g .

crho had assaulted lum 'Va'' sirkv the Riistuu the date of the last
were not worth the snrriftrc, why ever 1 of tht army at them .ill t* (..:n a U,e A'til.dc Soafettir.
iaC itcrtain them ? It i i'i tr,;', tlt' removals ; further l larn that, during the attack *dt I 8th. The Waggons necessary to transport accounts. The same intelligence, as appears for 1630:,ilir AxiericnnaXifyclopodia. a useftj

rrZD! operate will Pp caliar: fetrikhip onou t.', j jjt by the Mexicans! upon the Spaniard?, onniiht tlit I the Spanish division to the places iudicatcd from Havie letter of Aug 26th was knit ,i.imble work, hkh shovidk i >?erjy Fat-
ay the example will nut be without i its beificial i of tic! 22d August, the former took shall be accorded them they paying the \ ; and all the new publication, al the New Voit
i received Paris the 25th. We are of ,
8n conw} ''rnees. Every citiren should I [(-sci. .:r.ii of Mr. Harrison's house, and that transportation at the ordinary rate of the on anti PhiUdrliihia prices. Baldwin

01I some other means of procuring a live- de\ f'n Mexicans were killed on the*IJOme country ; the same in respect to the necej opinion, therefore, that it may be relied on John .

li I:boot sow! thin that of a public office : and those \ top, ntl l tivc in the court yard. The house gary provisions.9th. xitha good degree of confidence. If so, itseldOm p.inarola.Sep 20'h. 1629. -

.!hp have that lesson yet 10 learn, will nowc 1\ w.-ia robted by the Mexican soldiery but The Lieutenant Colonel Chief of falls 10 tho lot of a public journatis. i Notice.Iri

ftI I; the necessity (,r setting about it. Show! 011 the following morning full indemnity was the o'aiT of tho Spanish division, is chargedwith to it:cord a more important veut. Conslaalinoplr ..

d iis letter to my fond mother tell her not to premised by Gen. St. Anna. the execution of this capitulation, iu w s captured by the Turks ou the HEREBY ( 1.VEN, .
on account ; and so what relates to the troops of the Bar : the
my r-r'II\T 'hie
eI single pan ( sis weeks fiom.lair
t a at the expiration o
t ion as ray successor arrives, and we settle Our last New Orleans papers announce the deathof General commanding the point called 1 o- 29 ih of May, 1453 ; and Iat; ever since been I shall apply to the Honorable OisCieuiity

I lie concerns of the office, I will come and His EieeUency PETER DEHU1GNY, Governorof na Cecilia, will facilitate his passage. the capital of the Ottoman Empire, and tho : Court EscanVia, for letter oMltralwi '

ce her. In haste Louisiana. Ciov. D. died on tho Cth iu>taut. Ifhh. His Excellency General) Manuel scat oppression hi the Ea t. I4.* population uj.ou the Estate of Patrick I"rfth decend.

f I am, with much respect, From the Argus wo copy the foUowisg character of Miery Trran will name a Chief and an officer is estimated ul G or 7CO.OOO souls and James J41olA",

Y-iur obedient! s n' nt.ROBERT thi! estimable man."Go.cnwr of his Staff to sro to the paising to the I Pensacola, 15th Oct. \Q29-3Z-4t ,_
situation the Bo gives iil per-
on )phoru
H ANN A, Jam Del bigpy hill successively enemies division, the provisions and tLc. Public Notice.
_aaJGAITTE f I of in the articles feet command of tho commerce of the Black '
---- baggage spoken preceding ,
I/ filled with honor to and advantage r.1"C:1ionl-m| ; b..btld for a MetotxrBoHnt or cbs.
as well as to give him the necessary instruction Sea But we nerd not enlarge-it i is em-ugh AN AJdermen of this City on Honda* 'l
to the SUIK, the offices of Attorney Gene
and to fix his internments. if Constantinople has fallen ; and tie! (mu- 2L1 NoTember next, t*fill a racancy ia Mid Bsard5

i ,.Ti U 01 1 .A, TlEaDA., OCT. 2ft h. ftft3.Pcr.ccck ral, Judge of the Supreme Court Secretary Agreed to, the day and date above, in ncr of the Cross, \ hid, for almost: four cen- ( risioiitU by resignation .( Iff Joba CajqJP'. t-
-.c of State under his two last and faith of which have the bell t.
7=: predecessors, we signed sani'Pcdr" ---
tuiios it has ttumplcd in the dust, is waving Said Election lo be hoWen at the House of Sir, J
Th r, Shop or War Caj>t. McC.uiTiTd i for the last eight months, Governor of this LiH; :(!l'ro.--Jo e Ignacfo Yberri- Frnnciico Collins.: a
CIt 8:1turdIlstt after 6 (If 23 dayi i Jose Antonio ? Jose Solomon again in triumph upon its Walls.
tin p3Jjre State Without fear of being accused of .IijM- JMigucI Dv Order of the Beard of Alfkmtn. I

0 tom New York. Tta Peacock !ha broaeht ont I FulgencioSohie. From tilt .V. Y. Cormeninl Arlrerti ,. J. G. Dtafee. '
that few socio-

t a the command of the West India Sqnadron. Com. des could sustain a !loss so great as that A TOXI"J LOPEZ DE SANTA ANI ).\. tPflfo1aOft.Z4,1S2t.
1- arrivr.l of the siiip llohnt Edwaids Captain .
'.1. asrjncd theconim:'- of the qu.dronontheJth .hich we lament in the death of Mr. Dcr- ratify, &"*. r' -. l
:1&. and ii relieved thu day I ISIDRO S'jerbiinie' from London wnich left Ply- hnerift's"e.
, Jctober l-2G being exactly bigny. Whether we vhjw him as a private j 1 I BAnn.vDAa. .
hree :. The Commodore merit and no doubt I I month on thc 29111 Au having been dctainid SHALl for sale, for ready Mooly,41th.
vra citizen, the parent: tho husband, the friends Adtip11a1Propo.ed Articles. ff' > rxpuse
.cire the higrwct commendations for tltc ublcL.nd receitedcontHHiinp Cull.t house iu Mariana,JacJui6 COt6
t.; ,till rv the Gccral-If by contrary witub, {pip"rs are
f'fi"ient moaner in which he has discharged hie as a jurist of unsurpassed acquirements, a: by Spanish on he Crii 'ut-sday in December next onebQy
ot' Iiii If any Spanish should anive in th'w London dutes one day later.-
.J.tirq.; and f.r the protection atF rded .;-ur valuable an honest politician or a public of( er of the troops na
port, bclonginc to the division of Gen. U 1T- Verbal: intelligence is also obtained from the dw@mmaSJ-
t rcnitnrrro in : 'West ladies and the CJulf of McxiM i-: strictest integrity he had no superior and .
7, radas
they shall be informed to return di-
1 In r-.cry instance: if we mistake nllt, the Com. but few equals. A native of France, but for jcctly Havana, by making kno-.rn to them )swjgerB. It is probable that: the news re* ; The prop'rt) of Robert S. Scott to satisfy luttflrj
t 1.tas a tu-ii'aied the wishes of ihe Government and! : ceivuTi at Philadclphin by a Havre letter of'! *eciIti.IS in for sundry pertoos.8c I
.7p Ihe greater of his life a resident of Lou thr present convention. between the usual houR prescribed by $1?.
jcspatched ves e:s of war to j-oiul where their rer-: part Proposed by the Mexican Gl'nera1.Th" A II,. 26th, i is well founded, & thoil CONSTANTINOPLE VV B. Mooring
,s- \ required-mure recently when nets 1 isiana. He was known to our citizens, fl'tfi.r TAK-
Genrnils, the Chiefs, the Officers an-1] the HAS BEEN Sit'ff Jackson CD1J1IIt. t
him of the 1ilingoft" Spanish Ej>, dition }his
b."t.. reached :stratagems to win public favornotfor I Sptini troops h,"lon!( to the .lh'-ion of Don I EN. On- oldie passpnccr.i of the Robert Rctubrr 15th.) 1829. '
he forthwith i
Mexico, despatch
(rom Havana agamut .
hi* boisterous and hollow declamation Isidro Barradns, bind t1t'lt c1\"cs most soIrmnU' -
I Ed Winds siw in the Rending Room f hul.? -
J\& ed the II rnct"Cept t Tampieo I
: ttic Vice ebtGj '
I .
is 4I
take; thMixican !
r to :
th scheming nl.liticlan-but up anus ;ag.nn{
not as as a man
Citizens _, I kilia issued from the London Royal Ex-
Cruz to afF'rd protection to our engaged n : I ; :
I Ri'pnbiir. Jose Mijrnel SolomonFuli'enrio -- j MAY CONC Rtf ,
their b,.ful commerce. The benefit resulting from in whom was united lh. cxcellcncie-i of humanity Solas Pedro de Landero Jroj I change, minounciii this' event ; and I it was : TO ALLVHQlIIT
J- hit anticipating the wi"hc. of our merchant and the ; known only for his modest and I j r.rnicio: Ybfrri Jose Antonio ;}jji.J.. I ,rneraUy believ! l :11 Plymouth. A LonI' !; THAT James$ Parker on is his de estate, aid th.llet"t t

IC. Go\eminent,is sufficiently demonstrated in the affair I useful virtues ; and respected among the ; I certify the addition! articles JOn I don pap'r of lie Teuinji of the 25 lit, states, t pr-i.Kd io the Subscriber. All p rsoo.

Ib.- cf Mr. Harrison which we publish? ia this week'sCazerteConi most diNtinguishcd for his extensive knowledge I Antonio L'>i'e2 dc S.lntant:t. I that D" that effect \\Ii.r estate are'i oq *trd to make isaifaediijie f>a>. I Imrnr.
a Ttlpgi.-iphic patch to
retIG. indebted .
K. we; understand Itfcves us for the I and those In whom the estate ia .
I ratf&c..
North in a few .lu)-he will carry with him the beet and correct judgment. I had lirttn received at P,.ri NI' mail from present their clatnu! withiu the time prucribt4"l
J.iJro n ,irradas.
a ttitLeH of luis eomlnun tv.. Governor Dcrbignys dc'.ith: wa nrcasion- ', ; I that city had been received mi that day inIIseqIJcnce law. -
: ft;:ft'Uvxing: particulars rcrrc cwnmunicatt. I JameaP Fjuh,. t
The Peacock has a suit of cotton aiL*-we learn (d by a hurt received in jumping from his I. C'> of the inclemency of the .
l } -: I1J. Adaeinitrc2 "
< Irj a .
qp4irj. from officer hoard that have anawervd
an on they ro
i. carriage while the horses were runnir.r T\n\ fvo .."I.h'h'; : j :' !.1 to-\ place 1 '.>':. i ,;!;ih"r. Oct. 24. 1929 -33.-.T.
fir. very well. In our next we are in Hop-t?be able -..
, tvir' HI: ,"\1.yxca auJ the 9t.iards] I Three shim$ of the line Portsmouth'; r
I byheir to five a .full and satinfactory account of the eipcri- away.AgreeLbIytO : :!: : pnI :- at had I Notice HeveYq GrTO ,

t let tt1: the Constitution, he will br vifM-j: to th.j capituhtion, arc ."''uced 1 pt.I !Jet- ordered toso:I, )ut their dc-simaiu! : n A as "

CJ succeeded by the President! of tho Senate, 1 I I iw the nticl? : ; uiadn by a ; >! p.t the! tirae yf tho} 'H"ojnbark.iiion! i ; -> i i. tirad, after having! sttslj faskU and
Th U. 3. Schr. Grampns Lt. Com. LATIKKRttnt which place is now filled by Mr. ArnaudDeauvais i\\ -_--hDTED.At-- l -.. a la.t Will and Te.tasteefct .Mttfa ttenppoinred I
C IL To tho 1'u."ndc 01\ puwiislied
attempt m
to sea from thii port on acfoize, on Friday last. II subscriber Bxecutof, who kM qoali
of Point | the N Yardon 17h ia the .
ap- Coupee. 500 ir.r-n at the place; culid: 1 L.: CoirlifK, ?!ttu'tml' '. avy Saturday <*t. h..lfteeZttUtO& I
;Ir. J-iit SrtiDt, lortciaa to tLe I\'aval Constructor. .. fled. and takenupon. __ _.1.--. _
oi"the -- -
IUchhtd I. taking of Ti1mpico-l l.\l o, All iu.wbte4 :0 lhe esiae. -
.We learn from the S&vannahiepublicinof periods
good authority (
! saya Late from Mexico.OFFICIAL ami.vhcre! the Mexirnns li'ft one c.mnon. _____ make immediate pa/nnut and th.se to .f.om"
th 10th inst.) that the C. S. Sloop of I 4-r S4.- : i-- -s- for t
indebted tbetr cbiou .,
i is
, bet 4J. At the of the Ear. whern estate present
' ;psisrtgc they Tue ficknciu of the hattd* employed in our u&ce,
War Erie has of the La-
been ordered by the Secretary raei.t within the time prescribed by.
i NEWS.CAPITULATION rlv--toned three cannon 4th. At the atn crio the lust m k k the cause of the delay iu iittt RUA.
iD8 Sm to sail from Norfolk fur Pcns.icola,as soon aa*heCDnlJ JOHN 1
OF B1LRADAS.1\!i k on Tampieo dt? Tamtulipn. whilst b%on/paper Adm
witt.lioA. be got ready for sea, which was probably ac- I! F"trr.-ias was at Ahamira, where He did not s..L- _:.j-. __: ..JSIipping'-.-- J
eoplahed on the 5th or 6th inrt. From Pensaeola The dp&mUh invading army un.lor the command I Pfnucola. Oclob.r 0th 1829.NOTICE.. --t i
I find Jt oul ; the combat had lasted ton hours II Lit.F -
ofGen. to MantaAuna
it 111 believed, she will proceed immediately offTamP'KO. LlttrTa.dlahascapituLIted I .
when! Barradas arrived 4'
he did
apoper Gen. DarraJa ADd mita have arrived New ; not engagein ,
and there join the Hornet, for tlw of at I T
protecting the property American citizens purpose in thitJlice Oilcans. The following are the terms capitulutioa. the action, and respected the: capitulation (R'l' \) 1* V-X A CO L a-:: WILL House BE in Mariana SOLfyATtheCouii e. tbIf 1 [!3.
.wd made: hy the which hd had !cfl at J r !
. .Wewfi and the adjoinin ports of Mexico. The Citizens, Major General of the c !J in December next tfe* CcaJlotrI4J (
5tlh of tho fort '
Army of operation*, Colonel PeJroLandcro Tampieo. At the attack at ARRIVED. !! Negroes, IP wit ; :. ;

&himort l1cdior. .-Tha Jackson caDiliilatcs- Colonel of Engenieurs, Jose Ignacio i I I the B:ir, dffe ndeil by three pieces of artillery :' 0,:. l.ull.-Sch.( Sun, Rungean, New .. Abram, aged 45ye'tn, i
th.Jexiczn" scY3ral times
C agres, Messrs. HOWARD and BROWS, have been Yberri and thoce of the same grade of ; attacked it O leans, assorted cargo to master. *

such ap. elected by about one thousand majority ever their the third permanent battalion, Joae Antonio : with utdie.trd of courage ; they penetrated !; l ih.-Schr. Mariana, Logertliy, New Maria, aged 35 yean J

rred pponents Messr LITTLX and DAIt ET. The Jack- Mijia, charged with thu powers of his Ex- into the retrenchments with their sirmsshouldnred I Orleans, assorted cargo to master. L oisa, 13 months ; r.

ltt'lludr 10:1 candidates for tho State Legislature, !!CSZ3.CT cciitrucy the General! in Chil' 'of the Mexican mid left about 330 killed. The oitngTniarts j ,lOlh.Schr.'irJiuia\ Morris, Mobile and '"t
of Santa Anna Caty 13 'y aw .
and JICBOLA have succcedod by about the Army Antonio Lopez dc Sanu Anna: : Aid-de-Camp car o, bricks for U. States. .
bnc was killed in the fort where lie entered :; -Jrd.-Schr. Elizabeth New 3 old r'
1). iash majori'y. i and the Brigadiers Don Jose Miguel Sal ; Forsyth Molly ycaw
sword in h nd, to theory of Vive l la Hepub- Bill J. James F. RUM,to ttiUrft8
mon, Lieut. Colonel Chief of the Staff York assorted cargo to Sylvester The property .
The lie At the moment of the cupitulationthc! :, Jerrison Jr. J. C. & C. C. Austin Executions in favor of ThoraatBuu, In.d" ;,6rrtuined
I Georgia Courier of the 8th intf. say a; "It btht Don Fulgencio Salas, charged with the Keyser, '.
h John Holland, Constable. fj
had few left to
!L.c. general! opinbn that Mr. GILMEH is elected C7otwaor powers of the General of the Spanish troops Spanish troops very provisions :. & Finlay, J. Culstomk the master. Passengers : Sale between roe ;the hours prescribed by law.

. by a large majority. The rwclt of the eleo- Don Iidro Barradas, met at the Head Quarters and scarcely munitions enough for two days; :: C. C. Keyser, J/rs. Doycc & J/Lss w-s.-oonDg;
had their sick list and S.
they on I
S.. tin to Congreau is 1eiq certain, thoc h it it believed of Peublo Viejo de Tampico, ou the :i Carr. County.Oct.l5ih. .
. SVfJachon
lh, L.Jt hu cncceeded." 11th of September, after exchanging their upwards of 400 tvounded. i I 2ItIi.-Drijr Milton, Jackson, Bath (.Ve.) 18'29.39"b i
had arrested nd
General Garzn been
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Da IG respective credentials, to agree on the con. I I northern pi oducc to the master. f/- .

y fur Commodore Pop.rtn has arrired Washisgton ditions which the first are to submit to, and sent to the city of Mexico, under escort, to i 20ih.-Schr. Volta, Bancrcft, Philadelphia ; I i Vost Ufliceivo"veru.. -- v

.Ic"a4 rill with despatchcB for our Government. which arc to ba guaranteed to the s cnd. render an account of his equivocal conduct i II cirtio; to J. Jerrison Jr. Campbell and I TIlE PostOffice has b&esr.mO" 1 3
the attack of the the I
during Spaniards at
f. Foster J. C. C. and Edward
C. & Keyser
agree ; Bar when with force under his I I ved- to the store of Air. Sylvestef
We superior or- 1
perceive by the Baltimore papers that an 1st. To-rnorrow, at 9 o'clock1. the I Baker. Passengers, J/ks Nisbet of Phila-
lIfit1 tb .xDericn citizen. Mr. Thomas Harrison of ttta firm Spanish forces, the officers retaining their das, he did not resist the enemy. He is also { delphi: .1Jiss Jemson ofPensncola, "/curs ;! Bill, fronting the Pqblic Square i.. :

: tiurI1 .Brown_ and Hani.on Tampieo wa had!y treated swords the soldiers their arms, and lruns accused of causin the failure of the attack J. Jerri>on Jr. of (t". AMen A. Jackson ioliu FUxOetaidfPottMatitr. S

lu 'r Gea. Borradas. Through the prop ijt H>ronceoTCapt. beating, shall e\acuatu.tho fort which they of Santa Anna on Ta.mpicadeTaI of New York, and Mr. B.!lJ"in of Philadelphia. .

NORRH his injuries were j pedily' redressed. occupy, and which protects the Bar, and maulipas, by abandoning Altamira, and in rpulacr.la. o.:t 20tS. 18JO.-3S..3U f

'he t'I__. fullowing:.. account reflects much credit upon they h:1l1tlr down their arms_ .their .colors, I neglecting to harass Barradus iu his retreat.Bcc. Schr. Swaim, Swaim Savannah cargo MAIL- .tliIAIj6EMi- I'.. &
$00D4s29 "apt. 200 CaskS I of lime to master.CLEARED.. 1-
) and th;ir caujons to the iMixicau division :
Itappcars tint: about the time of ihe Land; under the orders of his Excellency the Ge- Florida, >
Tc!: e\V-York paper of the CJ instant 1.Ih.-Schr. (; New Orleans. Due Tuesday at 10 o'clock! ,A. fiL
ng of the Spanish} troops, Mr. ILiHson had neral Manuel de JZery Teran second in ulaxyBlish: every

fece veu a sum of money iu sjM'cie fi om aiican.on command of the army, and who i is now occupying .announced the Havre Packet Ship of the 1st 1 j h.-Bii i F Lady Hope, Chase, Sisal Departs game day at o'clock P. M.Blakely |

rO )- account of a debt due him by i the passage called Dona Cecilia, on of September ns below.! Considerable] interest ballast, by N. II. Allen. Mail. \

..Dll"Icof the h'! -. This circumstance having sub- the old road of Altamira ; the said forces in consequence, Was excited there, in lyth.- Schr Mariana Logertliy, St. Andrew 'Including Mobile. and[ ike Statesof tc&UUITKZ a'r

3eluenty come to the knowledge! of Gcn.ri.da ([Spanish) will then join the remainder of relation to tho confirmation which she was '* Biy: assorted cario to the master.Schr. I I i. HusissippiiDue i

ar ; he peremptorily suininuned; Mr. the division at Tampico de Tammaulipas, Sun, Koupean, New Orleans, cargo t cvry TUesday At 4 oVIock/FnJf.. 1

.val I 11. it0 his presence, and! ordered !him torendc the officers retaining their sVords. I supposed have brought of the reported entrance 14,000 bricks, by J. dc Ia Rut.24th.Schr.VJriniaMorri5. i Departs every ThursHajr at 1-: past 0 I

1 bad r the money. Mr. II. informed 2d. On the day after to-morrow, at 6 :. of the Russians into Constantinople : : Mobile.AT 1 i o'clock, A. 4/i ,. 5

fJ .1 him that tb* money was his own, that it had o'clock A. M. the wholv of the division of The annunciation of ihe arrival of the Packet .i All other Maila, ,:.J. *

. seen received ft account,of a Just debt.nnd the Spanish General now occupying TamI however, appear} to Jvave been incorrect'' ,\,'riC E. Due every Sunday ttfd \V..ddctd.% *"

his ftf rred to his books to prove the truth ofatcment. I pico de Tanmiaulipas, will leave the cityon i A slip from the office of the N. Y. Mercantile an Election I IM in tint City, on \' tlnu- 4o'dociP.M. T/M* 1
ti'a The General then throat- the same conditions above, and will : dajf the21st October. 1820, (or an AlJtrnun Departs: every Tue&by and Sdfi rtfiji 5
tt11,4 I Uted Sunday, Oct. 4th, 2 P. M, ,10 fall vMfancy occasiuncd by the reIIafj'ta of "
, to have him and down their ar-m3. colors &c. at half 8 o'clock. A M. -1
.pill lit shot forthwith in the pub- ETo lay 3. P. Ilaioes Elq. Jukn! I). Hill WRI duly eJ cred. at part
Htttrejf he the Altamira under the : makes no mention ,her. Ever l letter miLe Post Office
: persisted in keeping the mo- .ubalcernqnarters John Jerrison ); deposited
: tiey ; to which M.. II. replied that being command of his Excellency the General It is not improbable that tho Russians tine halt hour before the regular time ap ;

u. the supreme command he could do as he Manuel Mery Teran, the officers retainingtheir have taken possession of Coiut&utinopleasthat .Pensaoola, 22J O.-t. !IS29.-G9-4t. .Ha1riT. poiritcd for the departure of the Mail, will 1-

, ; eaIe d. box that he was an American citl- *word "enViiS naturally to be expected after go by that Mail ; but if not deposited bJ' "

tt ZCn be and any injury he might suffer would 3d. The Army and the Mexican Republic our late intelligence from the seat of trar. FOR ALE that time it uill ,be niaibd by tbqt Mail or

I i ito tk avenged by the Government of guarantee in the most solemn manner, haJnot the next, as best suits \\te\ convenience ef -

t "if United States. On this remark' : one of the lives and the property of every individual The fact of heir entrance, hoMTf vcr, A the Post Master -whti will alurayt m.:1i1Ict.&_ ;T

: arndts'' officers assaulted Mr. H. and composing the enemies division.4th. yet been fueertainvJ J. and the rumour ters put in the oCirn before the packet in f

..bii'Jeo toflJe r- him with a sword cane. Tlir Spanish division will march to was considered premature iD. LonddiV.Wo > RJJW. 'DA 5'IZDEd.. which they are to poi! actttnlly closed; at1tt

Afltr ifmc further alterc-uion: Mr. II.rive the city Victoria, where they will remain xulijuiu tlm following pxtracts from U .J IMNO rooF Rooms, with Kitchet, the which, or after the repilar time for th W. t
I\, .1. \ Lot i'euced in, esliuiatuil No. 9. Secretary of the in ddancbosntbytbatmail 1
heir !LQ Havana parturc mail letters can tor
until embark for :
I .
D. ., uphe money, jrovidcd Gen. ready to Ne\\-Yurk poIl frs oft.u :-' Strcrt, near the Navy Yard P'ut'aiieu to b'e had .
-'r.u1.lIi : 'J
reJaJll"i :1 ::1 arkao".ledrclUent that ,1w'1 is trj Janusrttri'i For raJrlh -
5th. The Spanish General permitted on the 1st. r pvrticulars .
of Commerce
mcrIcy .1 i From he Jouwd
b hi.i bCi:1l furcibly taken from J him. send one or two dulcers ftt the Havana toprocureJtraasperts 'wi t J\\\11 Yit7..G"T f
) et.uni'ttkau '1c' m'nl WLI:1cco.1 indf sign.. for thd return of his di- Con&tantineple take by the 1ZAzsaas.-; : Geo.V.. Ilttrkhq.I Pail Alask?.

l .w T -3 rr.3n"y (.1"h"n_.. "a"_.. jf.'rtrr.v.thv l'I" ;'JL 1 The bull, ) Robert Edward!; tajit. bour e1 I V'scola, kl.. atb 1.W.-3'.4( __ tesa, Ib Ot"t.U29.-C 1II




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Debates of the Cortventiou. 'r Sa ah (Navy Yard), \Vcu row JuUi\Vacd Aduiinistrator's Notico. I I 'L lIrrRM'Jft-: ..

of Frcemau. PIT1 MAN S.m. hat applied to sue|'. CUL .illlltltYltL >
1i HE Subscribers have engaged the eenices ISAAC : } .
11 Mr. Stansoury of Wajiiingtun,to report fur the John FitzGerald, P. M. of Administration the .tuate. of I : ""f'
'a _____ Knqutrer the interesting Debates of the approaching Geotge Keitb deceased. These arrto notify tuose I AllEMCt' *liiih hait jitLveu iisell..!IIC'I;ofW
October 1st, 1829.-3G-3t. "r of the Pan
concerned lLat itft r sIx weeks I slistli grant letters. hn' a ecus for tLc
Convoation. The mertsofMr. :;
aft a Stenographer L, lids marked tItus [-] ire for the Navy or UIC fo1t:;NS r arc known and acknowledged through the Union; be. Thos. M. Bush, '
and<<1 Arm I NECROSIS (or affection of the bones
ing the reportoror the Debates Congress 8for Mensrn. ) P. J. <}. C. tv. c.nolrl ,) kUC0'8
: Cialcs &. Scatuu, of the Nat.Int. We Uioushttucha EVIL, (or SlROfULA,) Wmti SWHXIHC ,
Deliberative Body, as the Convention of Virginia 3. D. WESCOTT. SSL. s' Valley August 14th, 1829-29'-6t. CANCEROUS, unit itivreiate ULCERS;

,was entitled to the best Stenographer. we could i id all the
obtain at aImolCt .
any expence.Ilaviugannounccd attends "COFFEECIDER.:
Courts ot Ftotida, that becancouveniently
our intention in June last, to ComtnvnicAtionR by mail will reach him if addrc RHEUMATIC affections oft!.. head L STSTfiM!

print alto some Extracopies of the iteports, to bo edto TALLAHASSEE.Pennavola. generally ; {

t ;;; f P- : CrJC1. bound up in a volume, for the full consideration of tho .Oct. 10. J829-37-41. WXSELLt ; ULCERS of the MOUTH ond HnO'T.

.. :.. people; we think itucctteary,with the view of I CCT- SYPHILIS, .nd nil other diseases arising
Tu-- 't"": r POEZ iUba
" tailing how many copies we may venture to strike, to .t improper use of MERCURY.
1 WhaBzh7 BtJolc. circulate a Prospoctun, in orde/that. gentlemen who NlC l' f
.0 '- cleeire "ropy,wa v enter their names. The copies of ulisence (torn Pensa- Asa general depurative article! or cleanser of..
. *EhMrt w a i-owne-.bit sot( like tbo booh DURING my temporary blood, tins remedy possesses invaluable
. lie Prospectus wilt lm rtAaroed to us by the 1st of October J. Y. CRUZIT is my authorised ostut ponerf it
Ob which than<< ftrt-cectlcg the light of thy look; and will be found in the hands either of Friends and Attorney in fact. improtcs the appetite, nflt has also. the rtmath\1

:. For that in iityurUy pqntless rnmaina, or Post M.istersin every county of tbe State. The CHARLES CRUZ AT.Pensacola ( Bags St.Domingo and Havana I dr.tint,t which of deprbing is to cucimon thesiin in bilious ol that yelln' % bi'I. f
work'.Till he printed and will be sold as low as CODllirutIOU"
Adomfd D 6 bat marr'd by no stains nently ; ) On. 8th, 1829-37-4i. Coffee I I. J. ALBRIGHT
I it is: possible to afFord it. If any subscriber should ohjofttu ,I ,
-- its price, we shall not insist upon: his taking it. Phi/adelpA'a. f:
: Bat my heart b 4 reccivfdthe tcopresstcn of V1ILAxd It will be printed in a large octavo, after the form of NOTICE lta\ FIFTY BARRELS The proprietor, ki dieting fib CJ1V>>fut t

!Mr. Nilca Weekly Ilesi"tcr, ., SvRur" 'o the public, fnrnwhei n few of tbt ..7g
many afoul blot had CCNSDRC applied ; My absence (rom Pemacela Mr. P-- ,
!CrA:: copy of thw Ad\rrtiscment will tc sent to every DURING and remarkable cuies, perfottned by tile Bie, in f,lIt.|
AIIDIFF is Agent Attorury in RYE
: And 4 Aia IcAfha44efac'd my WHISKEY .
\&Siq Editor: in Virginia,and several ont of it ; who will (act many of its superior remedial powers, a*given bid

: And. page Unnumbered bad Eiu digrac'd.4f be kind enough to re-puMish it; for which fa'or0 All persons indebted to me nre earnestry solicited One hundred and Fifty Boxes by iccprctuble persons t< will cither their bills at sight, or offer them an : of the United States, eaa.a. just merit
pay i dae to 1i t
! .J to settle without delay and all Just demands I the
equivalent in a copy of a \V ork,which should enter into ; PORTER ALE & CIDER. caoi*, os well as being the mean of i
Bat angel AffiOTioitthe.. & volume took, aguinst me will be paid on piesentaiion.i ; COneyiig (0
thelibrary ofc\cr/politician. 1UTC1IIE:& COOK.Enquirer 'I their fellow creatures nho ore similall,) hfflictedfciure
i And wept a..sh9tc.d on the ill treated book; Ojfice. .i Hasell Hunt. FOR SALE BY I speedy and effectual r.medY-ft't\ar,. that t

And h.i
That made e v'n iU WwnUhea lovely) appear. AFRESH: SVPP1i1r PenacoU.. November' 17"1828 I' the country, held for ah 10 tine cM>.r(.$<.g> "roe (,
Notice is hereby Given, which tney have Dot the slightest jj fiu., ,-... Hate F'
i Fashionable SUMMER CLOTHING ji tttnivcd of whicJi they had tried jiu-vicnk, tu thij.., "f',1
: 6hf wiid,.wits,leaves': &h attentive enrrey'd, OF and foi sale tiy the Undersigned, r nllivhom> it may concern, thL1lnrn determinednot Pensacola Gazette Reading Room.Piopriefor syrup H' may be seen' by theif ,.*is .ittiv fl.. It.

: ] ;ft. T r9rtbleu nyteri< .), nature\ v11! made, CONSISTING OF not pay any debts my wife Rachel (Jaylcr! may flE ofthe Penwcola Cixctle hns : The medicine is saliijjily reputed hv" ten-r "I I )
contract.: I pysirinnt for the cure of \aTou5 dii>tll;," t1:
Bui that basis bjvdieioos hid written it o'er, Black. Ijiuwn and Green Bnuiha&een John OIIf: lIed a iM| to
Gayler the proprietor's own hronledpe, ten gei ; (.irf '
J AS9 unworthy thfetookwaa tho legend bore. Coatees and Frock Coats, Escanibia County, Florida, READING ROOM I the medical faCalty were induced to t.j : ,.;. ft I'

r. : { 41l ... Angola; Circassian, and French Linen do. 'with avaiieiy September 15th, 9.-34-tf.. S I eases to hich they themselvrs ticj I,.-t- .f| it
sh eor ed. d'the outlines that VANITT drew, i4PANT.&LOONS where PaptTit! fivrn evciy part of the.. Unitl'Siatesan' and band great benefit firm its use ; or,1! ;,.'; ,
D... STATE received,and Gird after i in Alletitowt-. J. 'I
! And wheaFki fcakwr'd highly she roften'd tho hcc, i PARTMBNT OF tI regularly i larly, residing whose rli"'cll"|uiIBm.
& VESTS: I Washington liuth August, 1829. Sa the arrival of ihe Msil.l' ,,'ssJ threatened ky a severe attack .Miur CCQ.pUint SC
. The bloti mt l *>l PI,,URI she strore to eraze, : J HE Proietiiis.uptl .iew'piipris now luUeai TERMS.Eight uLkh lied previously resitted b .0'1.. r. treat

t And wtpto'er the etaini she could not efface. luitable for ihe season. <. i>y this i Dfpaitment are requested to discuii nent, wrs in the course of a fr. weeks restored ..
White and Brown French linen, drillings, Canton ti"e sending he same after the first day of October ht Dollars per' annum, pMynUe in advance.For : to the enjoyment of pei feel heabh,
.. Grafs, Butnbazecu and Fancy3ACKETSD oext-and' to render thru accounts lo that the accommodation "of iiione Gentlemen The aciounts which have been received fioo 10

j TIiIfdte inwof Eimou- rith piijr the H date. And notice is hereby givei. that no paper whose slay in the City may be uncertain subscaip- agents !i. difl'ereut parts of the Union, sJ..J..Ul; of dr

;f. And a .hadeo'er the' ejJwdeaTored to draw, will be paid for after that'time, except suctir.s maybe lions will Lie' received monthly, at one Dollar perm the food effects produced' hy the syrup, art iu.,.

,'Afcd ben eforth," ... cried, 'be it mine to protect Fine, plain, and frilled l.nen: shirts ; Black Italian tpecially subacriard foe, subsequent to this l on I h. dent to compile nt this lime an octavo volume of QfI
f Th 'maob injured roloroe from wrong and neglect." cravats and stocks ; ilk pocket handkrrchirf-, notice Subscribers to have the privilege of introducing* upwards of two liundjred ages to enumerate all pl
\COVENTRY H. WAD DELL. Agent. genteel strangers gratis.ETSubscriptions lie ,
y6ho silk And cotton Holier} ; blnrk horst>-& ..in, Beaver I p.
,, The publishers of the Laws of the last Session ot ( arc now received at tho Reading "
nnd linen gloves ; silk, cotton nd. worsted suspenders The d s** of the Culumlina Sytpp. are judir
I twu'dtoaPt'1IO impressionthat bore, ; black white and I<
4 A p&K that had tttrar been opened before ; naU latest fashion, with a general supply of threo times, and forward their ucounts for settle > 1 strength of the human system. It is to '('t-ifrctly r.1.

- I "Mine'oflly and ever,thi volume 1 claim"- w,!!.,,. Aug. 27-3f. :KIRCIiWliSSIj Au/a j innocent, that no evil elects need be apjirel rr.dnj 1:1::

. I ; And ja letters oFJlght he iraprinTed-xnr HAWK. I BOOTSAND FOR Sale, by the Subscriber, lately received 'from it, when taken agreeably l to Ibe tlirtctions. J&t
NOTICE. Ketv Orleans. It may be given without any ap-prfhcniiun In Ux
._ A. :B,. -.. u.I .4 Kirchwusser, (ofthe Black J pare!,) most tender infant or feeble atfult.MCOICAL .
tilE hbs received toprevent
S SHOES ,c. U or punish Ihe culling of valuable ( harnpni n,., Sparkling ) : : UlCajPKXNDATORt NuTIOK.Having C

E.iiigAa Conner end Enjairtt. J. O'Neill. limber, upon the Public Lands. These instructions Cugnoict d'Angers (French Cherry Cordiuj! ,) lecouiinriKied" the oat .f J. AlbrighPi on
Muscatel Wine, best quality, COLUMSJA.X S ftw. in inv own j-nvair .racfue tu
extend Live Oxk and Cedai but
Bill. nQ'only to
; My Last Dollar! for nearly twe PHI*, and witm-ist.' .
Ponsacola Mny 12th, 182Q.! -14tf.LIST 18 ("TiusWr every dv,r riptioa takt-u ioto tbe Pub Bordeaux Oil, 3 having in do.cidert ex
IioneRestin t this Bosom White Wine Vinegar, efficacy in many cases udirh, had |. v\i4iiil r>
fyc.Ctwrwtinniypbciet lic Land, for the purpose Shipping for the use l4J(
resisted the usual iemediv& I i.t-xv with h Iea
; )last forlorn Bill, OF LETTERS of Saw Mills &c." It isto be uiiderstooilhowrver J. Pescay. II u. i' Ril
ay sure give my testimony in its favour, wud. ill) protg
. t 1)s $bJUx|resthavofled from the e, thy home is bern '. EMAIN1NG in ti'e' 1'JsOffict", fuel tkat or the(or instructions plantation dt puipos not apply s. to limber. used for Pensacola, IGtnFcb. 1829. a frti ol rb* aiwst r.iuiikattrcwps jx-ifcin- t l>y ,he

the same whn h-n tmP wudri notice.
% Mill; I'etisaco1a. LII) tho 3-Qth September, D. my J.j
Benj. Wright, Mr. John Hmckle son, of Abington trM "(l.t.it.
Afti hiara l we I if t.ikeu! before J.inua-
uUifii out
l tho ? ir3ty yetcacnot part 18.lJ! not U. S. Atturney. :: CLOTHING.HATS ntgomerj county, Pa of ulceialion of tl-r mllu.t. jO

" i Tka parch'dthroM plecda 'gainst thee ; thou'rt dear rv IM, 1830, will t he seot tu the General Fensncolx, 7th Nov. 1828-36. --if. and throat and violent infliuninaticn of 'he er1.

I ;;' -.( rtay newt.Oh Post Office as dead letters.A. i BOOTS, AND SHOES'. the diss; t.tf had! destroyed the soft pris of the 11\1:

what&&Cath xn&dej&t if'tis not to EpQ1'rodrirtvti&oa'ie'tMrsty I .-Adam* John, SAc() ta; John 2* Al- TOTB 1tflTSUF lhro > and roof of the taouib. that it Uif1 htit J1C
: I O'NEILLflAsiust the bones and made its into the nOIt"1'11.15.0.
I to borrsw and leud.t leo lloniy* Anderson J.-J .. A icr* William, way ahr.
Mary Peterson Wilmington D -l offoiifirn.fiSerefnla
't: 1 kjioie'ncl.. on what Bank thou'rt drawn; Alltm Captain Adam Benjamin, Ass4ersoii TIlL recvitrd a fashionable assortment of under which sh<> laboured* nearly Ihrreyears. epO

t B$11bQtthD1t Iiigwheieverthou'flgone. :; \V. T. [Nav>' Hotjmal Alconchel ,-utollio, late the prices ol nil the materials used lu and Spring She had eter.siv serufulous ulreraticctf a.:

- t 1ca1edtheemyfiedwben thoushewd'st.onthyaI. face Aihctott James.B. ranking Pnutiug Types, have been greatly (fJlli )}WI! 1 on the: left side of ihe neck down to J,,, l breast 7 the she
,I reduced and the<< Utility of oiaiiuf'jcinring gf UI-1 breast much &her left kvollcjiand -
enlarged ; tunt
I Two 00 tAer 1 with 8uch exquisite grace, .-Bio*" Win. H.* ttraoke G. R, A.* I ly iucuftlol'tI.! The Subscrihci therrfuie has heeu very f. I
which-h offers for sale low fur Cosh.AMOl'fG usetvsi, and her lead on tlif MtiVctrd iCe reclining
. A5 fedtd '&1iI'till)you dwindled away, ; Baird Colin 2* Bough.m James G. '2* f3 I aIry induced to make proportionable reduction iu.w.t' I on ,the shoulder and violent pail ir her

To thepfec Z&U.irJII'whicli I hold here to-dw- P hili,} Barringion Doci. S. 3* ftCI ry prices, whicli from the first of April have bx-. .as,, WHICH ARE; General Thomas SnyWer, ol Bheumatlgnffcciiouof hO I It ItIyllem.
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J John 4* Ballnnnne N. D. B.irrow John slated in the annexed lilThe Black' bltae.bronn. and olive dress and frock supcrfine the head, followed by aiiaehiHturi..aoL nt
40 I :
cube made this
character: Typo at Foundry cKrtiCOATS the nostrils in the follho4'f f :
t ; severe pain upprr jaw, : in
t t'. e. .AII'_ I I U\m\ IU. J. is ,,'eJllu1Own to lie Trade, who ure assuicd that In: from the nose over the cheek bones ; thr ch ekleihibiling Jf
'1 ;1'oiJ ii has 'lieCtt considered the guar- C.--('() lil.inVm.. 2* Caiisu'll CharlesA. !ii regard 'tot the ':IUd Iii) of metul, fiuhh l andilmabUtty & I'AmTAJ.OONS. high s'nte of infi.IR'lOlRfiuu.-l\1r. Vs S

t' fiai>di'UlUy ufr ois) .; atjiVon this score, she I I 2* (;hatlinin.; C. 3* Clark, Lieut. N. ,. 10 deviiliou was been in. de. Bang uji cord, cassinet, :-il'illg, and circntniau doVESTS. leonine Boraef of ulc iatiou of the left r...trl. ffl:, JQ t
I He has on hand a complete assortment, ard inn I struclioii of the casne ; log of sni-ll. of
difficulty 'ec
II Pueblo Coda
accused of Minditfss but it should! N. 2 Ca.oAmhr.tiCaro ) :
has been ; I shoit notice
he will be
i T supply any quantity on n ; 9 bra+hi"gf mid severe pain of the .ppn-'Alr:
i it 'fith'M. lie adduced ia proof of her sjgacitv!: Ciplain Jesse, Cottroll Jeremiah, Ch.iltellili. happy to receive the older of his.CU lomC'fs,nhich I plain Mack ard figuird silk velvet, valrntin, toili|. Mustek's wiFe.. son Mid' daughter; Mrs. Mio'uk of na

t.4 wta lhe';helps those who ceiiamty; cannot: ? 1., Campbell Edward Cruzat J. Y., Chris- will have nnmftliate Mltentinii. Merchants \\ho not, fancy hull! plain silk blue und black clflth. Chiouic Rheumatism uith 'which she had feect

h ulJ nl.sehef 1 tin rJu .une" Copca Del nal Ju. have orders from abroad, can have o&crs complete With! a *aiirty ofROUND aCJicted upwards sixteen years ; her son of tall
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11 with presses, und ('u..ry.Ihing. necessary for ill head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of 111* bat
D. Do W >ottR.: J. 2 Delory C. JACKETS
__ I' ; : : < Printing I.u.LI: !:.hmeul, eeL In the niosi perfect I gum nod discharge from the left ear.SIepheSnare's *

I I BVPERIO'R.COfRTiii' DiummoudVm.. ., Davcsac Capl Gaston manner. I Fine fiilivd find plain fiisli linen son carious' affection of the shin; itBrlf le i

:. omjngu E.E.Ellery. Publisncrs arc requested lo give this advcitisc- SHIRTS : the whole of the chin bone was destroyed, togettof
. -'of' THE. Lieut. Charles 4-Eastm Mrs. ment B place in tln-ir p.ipcis ,I few times, ieceivepayment with many afth wnalkr Lone of the foot.-Hz.J.iaies .

f .,, l\N' D\Strl\lCT. L. G. 2 doUars, in Tjpc, or in the settlement '. duck, chrrk. cotlcu and fiannel of their accounts. which he had upwaid of nine "'fI.h.. r.IJe ,
F. ..Fors h Jnmes N. 4* Fisher Allied DBA WEllS. ) cur
0- !
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of ulcerated nu-utli
Not"KIt h"Jf .!J9Gjr Richard Ronnlikori.PRICES. sore and ht'l dlo'f.
, J1. S. {I.* Farrull llobcrls*, Falt-s Capt. Henry, Black Italian silk CRAVATS, ter ofbcrofula. B,.udra the diseases atovrmeraled r*tJ
iii-ttinitihs tiidi ( approved
: -At- UI inch
PI'HAT 'heTf'jol41b UUL1et States' J istric Fisher J. A., Ferrin Daniel, Farell David.G. of 5 for iaih. pinitj iijid fancy do. I prescribed the Syrvj with great ittrcfrt
discount Cf'II'
'd mad Superior Court of West Florida, nppoin. GardnerJames II.* Graopara Madame paper, or ut a per Silk Iliindftcrchiefs, (.'!oces.' Iocirystuped Sitipciultrf. in mercurial cities and secondary' '1 JtbUi.. Ion
t&d to b. held la the\City of PedaaeUla on the .- Pearl, per 1'j.! ttt 40 IDghh: 60 32 Hats n\d! CHI'S| In giving this try in, >r.j of the merits of I. ?ro"
Pablo, Gomes Benito, Grant Thomas Nonpareil, *' !5'<) Great Prjmer, 0 36 "Cortmbinn Syrup" I have digested mylnjuirfeuturery : /
tut Londa, o( N'Vem 0'r If.-Hakei' John, Hcinan Geo. M.*, !Minion, 0 70 Double Pica, 0 24 BOOTSAND of l'chnic&lINan., tl>.. better to tee undrf"1dvrstood "1

. next' is Postponed'unti) the FIRST! MONDAY ejVr harvey Join:*, Hays Geerg',. ot: II. Murray Brevier, 0 50Dttri Do. Great Primer, 0 32 by those, to whom i ii itinttnded 10 conn! Sf writs '
1"'g, 0 4'') Large letter, pluia effects. The length of lime I.si. 1he
L nem HCA-t. iliplcy Charles' 3, llernamles Charges SHOES &c. the diulc! c
0 4') Scabbards and
L} J"ordf'.oftb Tfon IT M. BiackertrWge, JudgeOf LonPrimer/ been dissipated, convincrs me. thai the ovrtt art,
"j.-JiMitigiin F., Jottei Lieut. R.V. Small Pica, 0 ';; Quotations, 0 SO With Domestic end Piece Good part
Of the Snperiar Court of the Western Pistrict ofW. J permanent, and h may with proptkty be iaid. Itd'e
Plorida.L II. JW *son IKKiik, Thomas*, Kin Juhn JL. /. Plea. 0 30 P""sAcol" FefiFuarv 7..t829-4-tt its beallng ijUHliiira rank it ...elfJ the fir t'rent C(

., ': .. Haaell Hunt, .-Lockey John P. 2. Living, W. H., Th prices reduced.of otltr: descriptions of Types arc proportioriabJy AERANDT dies ofifce present da>. nary

Isaac, Lcp rIJhlh Beveffy, Lacey Lt. JW1M I.BfAYWFti. Jf 5i hic
CLERK.Peuco1.ht Lyoi. Old Type received in payment al 9 cents per lb. : ,
-J-- VVnuA Laub, Ed" tits Lawer, John Leveling Philadelphia, March 5. 1828. u,..
_ .. October 1S296tjuul,
-rti .-- "" Wiliium 2-, Latmier. K. 12* TO MARINERS. r : Wines &..e.QUPEIUOR The above mentmved Medicine can be piocur4nt
; "
,. NOTICE.TH M..... -McDonald JthttMcDunald Char- three d"'lUrs per quart bottle of tl-eSub>ciiBm.
; Large SUClT&have been mooted; la London Duck Or nd who will exhibit to any person upplyingr, the ccfvflcates
t?.. "SobficiiBer irtrniaeiitory executor of the: lea*, :McGibbon Andic v*, Morgan, JcfTcr- FIVE Channel Lading om die Gulf Stream* k P Ch i-anite diUe>> of cures alluded! << to by D.>. hlr May" Well

t -.Totfo: Garcia request those who tivet Ron*, Miicliell William 2-, Moran Jam* 2*,, through the Harbour ok.E' WEST, wtolhe Bay ., Cognac do. 8flC

,: c1a&n\,.q*i it.tb(IW ..uue'o present their nc: Morris II. W.., Muu, Siimuel l 0.2, McCraiity -. <.f Mexico. Vessel draw ing 9 & feel tratet and Old Madcirit-Wines, VanbaunVilson.1.. bide0

t count lor payptent ; and those 4rb4rd lo tbs D. S AZooteJeruiuiali, MitclifllJararji, bound, 1fle
t-: ft.e.JA.Mtde itbLa ..bert.lt .tA. James MtCarry Micbiifl Mat by observing; the following direction mass through ** Qhtlris.h: Wlnskt-y 6lb Proof, ,.
AtiTQNIO rOLe Mjlls icosm this Channel with perfect infriy and thus avoid ii11A pc"S
etl'&Cp1a..October 14, 182i -37if.IS Juan, AM14JU James, Munueryii Henry,,, the tedious and dangerous: navigation erf the Gulf.It 2 5
: i t M}h, Meek is recorumcndcdrfo Masters Vessels I. steer. and Wilson. :

t i JiDf.B- HERRB Y GIVEN, John, Mooro Miss Jane.MarPAsii John. from Buoy to Buoy keeping close (o them on either Penacola' Ilih November 18 !S' Superior quality, terbs
hand-They are moored in the deepest water .
'1 Q"afU..l'te T4PVcI orthe United Stafiith Sarfrk.r N.-Newell Lieut. L. B.4, Norris Cap.| and can bo distinctly seen from each other The -- ; t 200 do. Soap, No. 1.

I UC urllor f Cwuaty oi Jackson, p; Pipes dry Malaga
f L to lie %*&** JhttSw Monday D..c..UiJI.f'f n-u beltu 2:. Ih. lstBua4, lb. eatraarc 01( the Channel and nE Copartnership !heretofore existing under .
; Is P..pp.ed.aSe.thiid Monday of said DrUID 'I' Sacks 4tf Bait. re l(
I tli. HarboiHr! el West teaccfromthe .
f iai'L'- Openhetawr Simon4. nearly *u Key she firiu of Hnine & Gales is bymutual ton ,
1__ ber
Jh order of.tbe.H.n. 1t.M. SratUflrtdfeOf 1fldIl p P.-1''Juenger UVubert 2*, Pearl Henn7ax .,, W. byV.LtgJtl....House.. distant en Key i mile.Wet by COUIJJHSS &. sa. this.aatd,4a*t'itaa d lol\'t'd.wilt Those having demands A GOOD ASSORTMENT Of ake ye
$ please ihaoi ii
Itgail eul -it
t :1 Ta'd court. I P* 111.131. J.>, Pickles George S. 21 p 2nd Buoy bean (row the 1st Buoy N W. by deemed quite Miintccssfrry to add pre that those indebted : DRY GOODS &0.
.P. Paimell1 David, Pendarvi*, Gasper, PorieiPilrher North. will confer a particular favor by settling .t. Mor

-PH' -".','':.. 6plrOc.-. 1829. 'P:, (--' Drtd, Stephen, Patterson Samuel I II 3rd. Buoy bears from the 2d.. Buoy, N. W.. J .theli ficctuuis. FOR SALE Dr .
North. .
4'I 8 HEN BUTTER &c. I P nnMs-4& Story.R.Ltusseli 4th Buoy fears fiom the 3d Buoy, N W. 1-2 Nor.h.16'h Sidney P. HuiRcs,. ll.1ijcieet. .

Set Goctu-n &etrr, John A., Randall Tbooxis1 I Buoy owtit Bar, bears (from the LightHouse Samuel Gates.The Pensacola, June 23, 1825.- 19If.r
: R'&wy WitUmnR.t & John K.* Row ia Key Wes. Worth West We'. ------4 0121
Y by .
b ?: .,. i .'F 4' i.. tulf. SlJ''". > business will in future be conducted: by = -
:; t r TEA udre\V.Rolw-ris 'Vim mRoolJey ittiaml,I jyVessefc requiring Pilots can obtain them at Samuel Gates who keeps his uMial jood .PltI1.. Pa1sTtDW1xLrbT 1121e

tc; .btrll"l.NCllONG Rhodes John R., Ruby Joseph S. I Key West, as there is a board of branch. Pilots established. lJeal"coln, August -BIt, 1829-22tf. B&OME D. : OO11I fltin

; ...AI.lulI_ ,. S.-Sperry Charles*. Spencer William I I I eIr (
.t H eft .clnc uiai. Hams (Gallo the 1Itol1est water at low water is 10- feet, and .1\ATES OP WHAUP FOR THE P1l0FftItToR.
rr '-.,,) C. Stnvalla P"tii I", Smith JtueSwifl I at high,water 12 )-2 feet on the Bar. 4&11R '

r Hni*iii;, newlialf Crop, Ricbe R., Scott Lfeut. M.f 8-, Spear Cap.. Wm. Pinkney KSOLVF.U by the Presi.Urut and Directors Or r PU \ s.\\el' of t'nVS irct

,p r bls. (f o. 1 Macketd. tain Rtchitrd), Scott Doctor S., Smith John. the Wharf Company thai after the 20th inst -
1 Half belt Cincinnati Family Beef.Underwood's .; Superintendent of Bu otis the foltuu ing'rates will be chaige4 .4t all vessels orAND '1
4 bit asorte4* Pickles and Sauces. T.-Tilghmajt R. L. Tnrley,John A. laying alongside Wharf. Yn

1 ,Kite Apple Cheese, 'ThurWun M. [P'tlfSf'rr, Thobes. diaries*, CUSTOM HOUSE, I Per day Vtfl'D 3TATUS

For Sale by the Subscribers at lit Store, Mair a Turner Eteniel*, Turner William C..,Thor .:; Key Weit January 20, 1829.NOTICE. Vessels of 5 tons & exceeding 20 toe) $0-60 OF TilE I lOS ifi

Street, in(root of he Public Squk Fe.I \as Lieut. X C2*, Toulroin Henry 4* 10 20 0 U .
..1. J. Pescay. 20 30 1 SG TERRITORY .OF FLORID
Trnxton Willin: V Ttgbo William ToccaiBeniitit r w '. 4 t1tirf
SO '
ON Sft.urtialhe twenty eighth dny 40 l 75
Peastcola.Kor. Clct 1828.NOTICE...
II '
of Notemb finest-will be sold at 41 0 t) & 00 m=;2I1tL$ -
U VvUilcy C. BAt Voorhees B... West Point, Appalachicola Bay, one GO IOU 2 25 t .
.. W.-White John, Wastliai ton S. S.t. STORE HOUSE Over 100 ICO 2 /} I iJ'Qf A1\1'\I
[S HERCBT giten, tkt ai tKe.xpk *loo.f. sti Whitehill John F.- Walers Nicholas B.", All ever'15- o o UU ment is doferred 8frDOLLAJ V4Qft SIX Q '. l at
J( weeks from this date 1 shall ,.,,ly to the Hon I j known as the property" Nathaniel Holmes' late o.II* C. every L eniet Carl, 60 win h SMilPrJ,
&Aj Court of Etcambin fur Inters of A 1 minis,: Wrigll Janus B *, Wilkinson A. S \V('bl) Early County and stale Georgia, deceastih.S month. C\'UllltCI r ,io

the Janes Parker deceased1Jamee Lient. Thomas T. 3- W ickwn \William N. 'dvertiserneata stnie tonsPl J1
frttton upon estate M'Bryde, I Eztrflct from.tll t Afinvifs, lines,Q.F'

'f Finlay. \Villis Byrd'" 2, Wilkinson Daniel A., W1li t I ', ', ,Qal1Hnl.JtJ. .I 1 J. G. Drake, .&(.1'ttaTf. the first}i ft'i .yery',antI FIFTY IlJtrteen tJ2ij, ; ..-
Joeib ; Wiiiiaow JOLUi.h Walton Mra .
JB: 2-tr. !u1Db U- '
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