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: May 1, 1830
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.
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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',ripe. \-H. PENfeACOLA, SATURDAY MAY 1st. lUSt''.. No. 9.:- f

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- I'RI'tTEU-- WKKKI.Y: BVJZROTC2 For the l payment of claims provided for bv such other person, or his assignee! in payment :' tor in the district: of Burlington, iu the BOSTON, APRIL 2. f I 1I I ': ,
the fifth .
article of t the said treaty, eleven fur land held in his own name : In State of New Jersey.lie I i Robbery and Abduction.-lt will be recollected I iI
: :: D. IVIOO; .E
thousand six hundred and I "
I For / ... one dollar J, either case, the persons so in poa.ses.sion::: shall; it enacted by the Senate and House of by our readers, that, in December ; t i .1\ ;
t"l! Tin: rjioriiir/rolc, ; expense of surxevini the boundaries have the right of pic-emption of the !s-.isiic: Rlj)fC.\f/ltatiL'ls nf the CliluStates of last, we published; a notice requesting information t i !W

VutoY\s\\fcY: itf Uit LivwsF thousand of the cession dollars.made by the said treaty, lands, according to the legal subdivision.* of America, in Congn ss a: assembled That hereafter of Mr. Isaac Wyman, a respectable ii I ,

i two ';:: sections, not exceeding; the ({uantiol; : two the Collector of the district of BUI ling- drover Vershire, Vermont, who had mysteriously 1 Ic

TUT. I j! For he payment: for the year one thousand :- quarter sections, in contiguous tracts, until ton, in the State of New Jersey, shall resideat disappeared from Boston, and wassupposed I jl

eight: hundred and thirty, of the limited the fourth day of July, one ihou, nd eight Lamberton instcz: d of Burlington,.in said to have been murdered and robbed '

UNITED STATES, .I i! annuity }provided; b)' the second article of bundled and thiuy-one, upon tIlt ir pa\iiig( district., of his money, of which he was known tohavo i i

AM: ) (rI' Till: 1 I. the? treaty, made :u Praire du! Chien, the second into the proper office, the sum por: acre Approved} March 31st, 1830. had a considerable sum. Nothing was ever i':; ,

:111!;;ist, one thous.ird eight hundred therefor which hall at the time of head him till last whenhe i .
} OF FLORIDA. payment, I -- :. _-_- respecting Friday ,
TERRITORY i; .1Il11 Wl..lIIy-nil1c, with the \\ meL.lfo In- be the miuumum of the United' in
i price per acre [Pn.LH-\: 23.] appeared Chelsea Vermont being ou :

i11t.lS.. I I tliin"; eighteen thousand dollars. I)!, States' public lands; and, addition thoe- An Act to change the time and place of holding his way to his residence, in ihat neighbourhood. .'
i For' purchasing good to be delivered at the acre heretofore the The editor of the Chcl Advocate : '
HOLLARS in advance.' if to, same amount per paid Court t for the County' of Crawford, !'ea :
FI\"f. j liernnnnm. pnyir.
the treaty as stipulated by the aid second thereon, and applied to other lands, subject in the Tenhory of llichiL an. gathered from him the following facts relative .
: ':1 lot (!'-n rred six month*, SIX DOLLARS I If
:article, thirty thousand dvl1ars.I 1 deduction of and halt Be it his sudden di. E. 1'al.
to a thirty-seven a percent enacted by the: Senate and House to :''ppearancC'-Y.:
\\:Iii I So "fIIJrrd. ;
| For l purchasing' three thousand pouti'ls r-f on the last mentioned sum: \ ; I'rocidid: of Representatives 'If' the United Stalls of He says thathavmgdisposcdofhisdrove' i d '
Vhem-t-m in-crtl"J
1 G{ \ con--j l'it uU..IJ at OF.lJoU.R !
; tobacco, per same article, for one thousand That the be shall in he ChaJestown Boston with I
sum to paid not, any America, in Congress assembled, That the went trom to ,
for gory fourtopn Inif< o r loss: for 'I I
eight hundred and thirty, thrrce hundred dollars. !l- exceed three dollars and the intention of the for Concord 1
thf; tir4 insertion null) l'11'TCC1': : .3. I for each case, fifty cents }peracre term of the Court appointed to be held, taking stage

run'inuanc**-longer onus by tlie, s.ime rutes. ; Prodded also, That such persons: only annually]) on the second Munday in May, at the following morning; that in the evening : j
I For transportation of the same, sixty dollars. shall be entitled to the benefits of this section the \ ilia-re, of Praiiie du! Chien, by the additional lie went into a victualling cellar, and before :
- --. -- who shall apply for the same, and! pio\e : Judge! of the United, States fur the lie left, two men entered and inquired if he I\ \ .

\'... "... .'."\...'.:......;\...III"'. ."jl',.".'.1.:,,':.".,; ..:>--.;" :', i I For }juirciiasinu' fifty barrels of alt, per their possessions, to the satisfaction; of I the Ten i lory ;of Michigan I shall! be held on the was grintrto Vermont. Upon his answering ; "

to: -!>'.....,*;.'"_ .' .v- ,,..v--t--x44s -: p. ; said second article, one hundred: and twenty Register and Receiver of the: l> .->nict in first Monday in October, ciinually, at Mineral in the afiiimathe, they said they were also '
f"- ..... live ilollur.7. which the land lie, in the: manner to be Point t fiom Veimontand .
&$? *? may in the county of Iowa:is the saidTeiritory ,: proposed thattheyshould :
S r'J>.* :_ -: "::SI .:. j For transpoitaiion ot"the same, one hundred prescribed by the Commissioner of the Jen- ; and the cases \\hich shall be return in company, to which lie assen tea. !t .:;

..., .,. "v' --- -.. ; dollars.) eral Land Office, within nine months. from pending in the said Court on tho second One of them then asked him if he had seen (t .
: ..J" I For support of duce Blacksmiths; shops the of this act for which such; Register fish the wharf and his
'JI! :mxfi2.i passage ; Monday in May next, shall be tried and de a huge upon upon replying ;
; .., including pay smiths, and assistants, also, and Receiver shall each be entitled that he had
1fl'i" I to termined\ the time .:nd place above designated not, added that it was a i; I
r J -?*** t'11 \V-, tools, inni, steel, &?c. for the year one thousand receive from such applicants, the :sum nf fifty in the: County Iowa ; and the Cleik cttriesity, and proposed 'that he should go :
Y AUTHORITY.LAWS I eight hundred and thirty, as per third :.cents each : And prcvided further, That the and Sheriff of sail 1 County shall Le the with them 3n'iew it. Accordingly they :\

I article of said treaty, three thousand; dollars. !provisions i i of this section hll1l1ol extend: to Clerk and Sheiiff: of this Court ; .and its jut seated fill the wharf. On their arrival at
For the purchase of two yoke of oxen anda lands that have in been I'sdiction i the I what he knocked down I i;
any any manner, I !shall be and continue the same asif was gagged, 1 :11:
OF Till: UMTCD: M" \ : L.?, PASSF-D AT
crt: and for the services: of a man at the of the United State ,
disposed by :said: County: of Cr ;\rfrJ hd;: not been placed in a boat and rowed off. How long :'t,
TilE "II "S-bMON: or TJIt TWENTY-FIRST; portage of Wisconsin, and Fox rivers, for one Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, Thai.: divided. be: nmained insensible he cannot say; but

CO.NwKC.SS.: :; PcnLlcI H>.] I thousand; eight hundred and thirty, as pert on failure: to apply for, and show a right of, Approved, April 2, liJX:: ). upon: his recovery, he found they had landed : J'. 'if

[ ,, same article, five hundred: : and thir y1'e pie-emption, under the second seclien of,j I upon a small island. Here lie succeeded "
."'i alt !1.1'; thr :tl 't i'< filiation ol ic cU; und .-. --.-- 't
ui; .Jam HUT in ta.r :>: ate r' Ynpitiii.fc II dollars. I[' this act, within the time allowed then-fur ; :.( -- -- -- in disengaging:; one of his hands, and upon .
/ it f/lac/uilHI the S(lIaf: (lI tl 1 House For the payment of sundry( claims against',! and also, on failure to complete the payment (Pn LIl'-No. : :.) I SPat ding for his money, found it was gone. .:

of Jtepresrntoticft; of the I'nitfd{ :"taff.s oft+ the: Winnebagoes, as provided fur by the ''on any ot the lands, agreeabjy to the proisions i. An Act amending ami Mrpj.lemrnl.uy: : to Jhe! II. One of them then presented a pistoi to his :

Auifritiiin L'oll"n; ss (:', i Jr.MnI, !tat, !from I fourth article of said} treaty, twrnly-thiee of this: act, within .he period allowed ;( act to aid t the State ot Ohio in extending breast, and threatened him with death if ho ; I ..

Mid l after '.hf' J pusvice: : ot t this ;art, it spill not thousuirJ: five hundred and thirty-t\vo dull for that purpose, in either case!, the whole! of;1: the Miami: Gr.i-a'fiom: ,; h D..wI \ ton to Lake !, attempted any resistance. He was again I ..

I lii' necesS': : '1-Ji 1 aiy: vessel, bound tip Jamcs I ]lars. such lands shall be. forthwith offered! fur sale, I i Erie: and to grant;: a man'.iiy; nf 'h-nd; to }placed! in the boat and rowed off, but how f.

l Ri\or, in !;M.- :5ate"of! Virul.su: to >lOp I in For expense: of surveying the boundariesof without l'c1a v. s-k; Slate, to aid in the ctuntction; of t far, or in what direction, he is unable to state,

Hampton Ho.ids lo di'pnsh a t.: mifesi with the territory ceded by the said treaty, one ; Sec. 4. And be it further enuctid, Thati the Canals auihoiizrd !I.\ l.\v', fy for making : and was put on board a brig, having a crew

tile ('ull.:('tor ;.it Noii\,Jk.Sor. I' thousand seven hundred and) forty dollars. i i i ;any person' or persons, shall\; beloie or at donations: lan.i;i ,lo nitain j.Cisens in I often peisons' four of whom were negroes. _

2. And Li- it further tuait,dt That: it Approved 1, March :'J.! Ib30. ;!I the time of the public' sale, of any ol die l lands.of Atkansa.s I Tenitorv.7P They; soon afterwards set sail. In consequence .;

siidl be tIle duty ol'hc:! :ut.t'J; of ihe! i event "---------------- I!I the I United States. bargain, contract, or it tnaetid by tin- Sfllal.: ([/:,[ House '! of the treatment he had received, do I ;

k* cutter till that: ,-wt ion, under the ordersr I [Pl'IH.Ir.-\U. iiO.j] agree, or shall attempt to baigain, contiact, of Represtntath'ts of the L'uitf''fat s of was for some time confined to his birth, and .:. r! :tI .
An Act for relief ri"of I -
the of the
/ iJiw Secretary of)t .liI' Treasury! to hoard I! pun-h-i or agree with any other person or persons, America in Congress fiistmblid, '." at so I could not ascertain the course they were pur wtitung. '
ail such vessels t.) en 1 r-i! their manifest--, I public! lands, and t for the suppression of that the last named person or poisons, shall!I much of the art appioved' May: twenty- _. Towards the last of January, he was I

and to place MI ofiirer on board each vessel ;i'I 1Frttidol] .hit practices' at the public sales of, not bid upon, or purchase the land so offered fuurth, one thousand ritrht him.lied: and in the lIi landed ai New Orleans, to which 1

bound! up J.cues River, having a cargo fiom .'I tin lands of.the L'niled State for s.or\ any parcel thereof, or shall: 1 h\ twenty eiu'lit, entitled! "fll act to.id t.e: place he immediately proceeded. Hero : t:

u foreign part. He it enacted by the Senate and House of intimidation: combination, or unfair management ( State of Ohio in extending: the Miami Canal I frt, 'unless and destitute, he went to work ; '.

Sec. 3. And\ fa ;t fi.rtIl'larn', That Representatives of the Litittd t:fat( S of hinder or prevent, or attempt to bin- from Dayton/o/ Lake Fric, and! to !,rant and earned money enough with the assistance I'

whenever there snail be no revenue cutter I i ion I America, in Congress assembled, That all) tier or prevent, any person or persons, from a (quantity' of land l to said State::; to aid in; the he received upon the way, to get as tar as t 1

ih,it station: for the purpose of ho.irdinjr'I, purchasers, their heirs, or assignees of such bidding upon, or purchasing any tract or construction of the Calla; .authorized by Troy, N. Y.: and to this place. :; <-

vessels, or when the >tnJ' of the weather I I] of the public lands of the United States as tracts of land: so offered Ibi sale, every si.ch law, and for makinir dona'.ioHs of land to Mr. of 1 'I
I Wyman was considered as a man a.
in.tv be such as to tender it impracticable; to J were sold on a credit, and on which a fur ofiender, his, her, or their aiders and abettors, certain !persons in Arkinsas'I'erritor ," as I
unimpeachable character in good circumstances ; -4
send an officer on board, :any vessel} boundup II ther-credit has been taken, under any of the being thereof, duly convicted, shall, for every I provides) that the extension of the Miami Ca- and we should think could have '; 1
J. llivcr from foreign laws passed for the rdil't'of purchasers of bitch offence be fined nal shall be within ;
not completed
lines having: a cargo a exceeding one } twenty years, :
( no possible motive for playing) oft"a hoax ::
: j port, the Captain i is hereby authorizedand I public lands, and which lands have revertedto ; thousand dollars, or imprisoned not exceeding 1 or that the State shall be bound to pay to the public.' upon ,I1)rr.r ,

directed to drposite: uith the Surveyorat I the United States, on account of the h tI ; ; two years, or both, in the discretion: of:! the United States the amount ofanylandproiu.sly 4

II implon, a copy .fhe manifest of the lance due thereon not having,;been (paid or !I the Court. | \' sold, be, and the same is hereby repealed -------- I

cargo on board! such ve-.se!. discharged: agreeably to Slid relief laws, suchpersons I I Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That if j ; Provided, That if the State of Ohio :
..AI'P.IUTIn: : may avail themselves of any one of I shall the said lands the of Complaints ofthe Season.-The Journal
: : ::\ ox, ot shall before or at apply or proceeds
any }person : persons, I'
Speaker of the House cf Representatives.JOHN the three following; }provisions contained in the time of the public sale! of any 01 the 1 lands the sales or any part thereof, to any other of Health, after commenting on the various

C. CAIIIOU.V ibis section, to wit : First, They shall has e : of the United Stales, enter into contract, ire whatever, than in the extension of the diseases incident to spring, gives thc following .

Vice I'resiihnt nf /.'/' United States, a right of pre-emption, of the same lands, until ( bargain, agreement, or secret understanding any Miami, Canal, before the same shall have I advice, which we recommend to our rea

and, Prcai'iint nf the 111cllc. the fourth day; of July, one thousand eight: with any other person or persons, proposing ;i I been completed, the said grant! t for all lands (!l'rs. .,

Approved}' March :J3! IS JO. hundred and thirty-one, upon their! pax inn ; to )purchase such land, to }pay or give to such j I II unsold: shall thereby become null and void, Increase ofthirst, feverish heat, pains of ;11

.:\\ PItEJACKSO into the proper 1 ollice the Mini per) acre, there- !1( pin chasers for such land, a sum of money, or 1 1; and the said State; of Ohio shall become ha- the head, or palpitation' with a sensation of

---- -------- ---- for, which shall, at the time of payment, be : other article of property, over and above the j ble and bound to }pay:. to the United States, languor! or uneasiness, are best obviated bya

[PUBLIC-:No. 1 17.] the mSnumum price per act e of t the I public !1 price at \vhicli the land may, or shall be bid I the amount for Inch said land, or any part reduction! of the usual quantity of food- '

An act to ro:"'i:,ue ill !'r.(ce \/Iscr Authorising! lands of the United States. in .addition to the ,; oil by such pUt chasers, every such contract, i, thereof, may have been sold, deducting the and a substitution, almost entirely, of vegetable .
certain =oilitis: the I.'t ',\ar'o MH rentier! the amount heretofore paid: thereon, and forfeit
bargain, agreement, or secret understanding: expenses incurred! in selling the same : And ] fur animal substances. Liquors of all '
lands di-jnn and 7
bounty by thin t'llo'atcuflicls::
in lieu tLpM-uf. and fur f.lI.t,,, ;pn; |
lie it enacted by the Vitiate and It mac what has already been paid, ;and the amount kind whatsoever t founded! upon, or growing Legislature! of said State to appropriate the specially abstained from. The experienceof +

nf Kr 1 u esr rlulies of the I'nited; States of to be paid, :hall! not, in any case, exceed: '\! out of the same, shall. be utterly null and proceeds of the land so 'granted either in extending their toleratien during the winter must

Amcr'ua, in Canons* asscmbltd, That the i. three dollars arid fifty cents, per acre : Second 'i t-uid. And any person or persons being: a the said Miami Canal from Dayton }l fl t be most deceptive, if taken: as a guide during -

rfct of( the twipntw-\ 'L''IU.l 1 ff M.iy; one thousand They shall have: tIlt right of coi ile- party to such contract, bargain, agreement, to Lake Erie, or in the construction of aj I the spring. Even the use of coffee( and .
; ting: the payment of said lands, by navin":' rail road ii the termination of the said r c.1 in be discontinued
eirht hunchan.1 l t\vontv-iv, entitled : cr secret understanding, who shall or may eta tea must, niany cases,
" w 'j thc hdance: of the principal debt, due (thereon i I nal towards, the said Lake. I former if the be subject
An act atithoii/itiir) reilain soldiers iii the pay to such: purchasers, any sum of moneyor at Dayton tile especially person
Lite, war !o surrender the bouiiiy: l.inds] drawn '. in cash: subject to a deduction oj'thiriy-: other article of property, as aforesaid, Sec. 2.nd/ be it further enacted, J'hat' : to palpitations of the heart or diseases ; J t

l L.:y them, and, to loam* othf-r* in lieu therebe seven and a half I Iany per cent, as lies etolure, at over and above the purchase money of such whenever the iine of the said Canal to be': of the skia." I4 I-

<".,"' and Hie'ijne! h. hereby, continued( 1 : time previous, to the fourth day ol July. (. land, pray suo for, and recover such excess I: extended as aforesaid from Dayton to the I[ a 0 lq ,

i.i lorci: for the term of t \'e'ar ,And' one thousand) eight hundred and thirty-one : from such purchasers; in any Court having Maumee} River, at the mouth of Auglaixe, i -
Third, They slfall have the right within shall lindsold by the l'nitedStates ** Not to keep the reader any longer inusp'me
the provisions i of the above recited ;:ct shall : 'jurisdiction of the same. And if the party: pass over )
nine months from the pass-age: of this act, in it shall be lawful for the of, the elixir of life and the genuino
t Governor )
L>i-, and are bet ehv} ex'en led to those hav- :( aggrieved, have no legal; evidence of such :
iaj like: claims in" the States;: of Illinois and !i all cases where the price for which said lands : contract, bargain, agreement or secret understanding the State of Ohio to }locate other l lands in restorative are, first, pure \vaer ; and, second

Alissouri.! were sold did not exceed two dollars and fifty '] or if the payment of the excess lieu of the 1 lands so sold : Provided, such milk, either pure as obtained from the i

Approjbrc11:\ :23, 1530. cents per acre, to draw sciip for the amount j aforesaid, lie may, by bill in cquitcompel locations shall: not exceed the number of, cow, or diluted with water, or its compOMcht **4 ''
paid thereon, in the manner: prescribed in the to complete parts separated, as in buttermilk or whey.- ,
-- such purchasers: to make discovery thereof; I acres necessary : un aggregate '
{I'-cniic-\o.-:- --- --18.1-- ] act, approved( the twenty-third day of May! j{ and if; in such case; tIle complainant: shall quantity, equal to one half of five :sections in i Copious potations of water, at this season,

An one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, ( each side of said extended Canal.' will be found the very best purifier of the
art njakiitg proiriation4| to carry into deft ask for relief; the Court in which the bill is j on
certain ItiJiau Teea' t i. entitled "An act for the relief of purchasers I pending' proceed to final decree between I j Approved, April 2d, 1830. blood, and remover of all peccant matter : :
Be it enacted the of lands that }ht've reverted for may article of diet with
by Senate and House }public : : nonpayment : while milk, as an good ,
the parties to the same : Provided, every I ,- ..-, _ __ #
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of! Representatives nf the United States of of the Jlu. c.se.; money; :and. such suit either in law or equity shall: be I 11i light bread, baked on the preceding day, or a; l
B} t.
America, in Congress assembltd. That the which scrip 1 shall receivable in the same commenced within six next, after the vegetables, may be regarded as the grand i
following sums be, and the manner: as directed said act years cordial and true tonic. This is in
same are hereby, by except only many ,
sale of the said land by the United States. Columbus Ohio Munch 25. It is with i
appropriated, to be paid out of any unap that it shall: not be taken in payment for countries, the food of the robust ploughman,
March 31 1830. the
propriated l money ill the Treasury, viz; : : lams' !hereafter bought at public sale. Approved unfeigned regret, that we announce that and hardy mountaineer whose spirits are l

F or payment, for the year one thousand Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That town Urban: afternoon Champaign of county, was last at strung in a very different tsipper to what tho ;
ti' lit hundred and of the : all 2 o'clock in the Monday of wine and cordial the bibber of beer I
thirty, permanentAnnuity purchasers, their heirs, or assignees, of [PuuLic: -No. 21.] visited tremendous storm, which blew (
provided for by the second article of st cli of the public lands of the United States by a dwelling and porter or the tipler of ardent spirits, can t r
and six
the treaty concluded at Praire du CJiien, the as were sold oil credit,and which lands have, An Act to change the port of entry from down two churches, or relate seven boast of." '
houses and melancholy to occasioned -
twenty-ninth July, one thousnnd eigl.t hun by such persons, been relinquished under New Iberia to Franklin, in the State of the,death of three or four children, .

dred and twenty-nine, with the Chippewa, I I any of the laws passed for the relief of purchasers Louisiana. who crushed beneath the tailing ruins! -
Ottawa and Pottawaltamie Indicns were The London Times of the 22d contains
sixteen of public lands, and the amount paid
lie it enacted by the Senate and House as well as seriously injured several persons. I
thousand! dollars. of the inundation in China
thereon applied in of other lands] : some particulars
payment of llcprcsentatices of the United States of Two of the children who perished, we understand -
For the purchase of goods stipulated by retained them and which relinquishedlands last summer. In one village, not far distant
by ,
America in assembled That Mr Bell j
the i Congress hereafter belonged to a formerly a !
said article to be delivered the : from Canton the water came on so rapidlythat
to said thereof be in
or any part may now I
the port of entry in the district of citizen of Cincinnati. Of the houses destroyed -
Indians twelve thousand of the inhabitants had only time to ; +
possession of such or in case the I I some
parsons ; Teche in the State of Louisiana shall brick
For be at one, a two story belonging to J
the of barrrls of salt their children by placing them in large
purchase fifty certificate of and of; save
part payment
fur purcase Franklin, instead: of New Iberia, in said (the Editor of the Courant, and was erected of
one thousand eight hundred and thirty, I said lands, has been transferred by the per- j I district ; and the collector thereof shall last summer.-N. O. Mer. Adv. open jars and setting them afloat. Some Can ;fift)

stipulated by the said article, one hundred sons now in possession of said lands, or part hereafter reside at said Franklin. '" them were picked up in the river near
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riled! twenty-five dollars. thereof the under whom the that ton. In other villages]} the floods were so
or persons pre- Approved, March 31st, 1830. It is rumored Commodore Porter is
that from
For transportation of tho said' annuity and ;cnt occupants may hold such possession, to v-_ to be carried to Algiers in the new Sloop of high, and the currents so rapid a
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f of, and expense of provisions nt the J li\'o- some other person not in possession thereof, [PUBLIC-No. 22.] War Concord, now fitting out at PortsmouthN. 2,000 to 3,000 I persons are supposed to have 7

} tho sanjp, ono thousand dollars. .+! and the payment made thereon applied by I I An act changing the residence of the Collec 11.-Constitutional lI"hig. I perished.

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= = Lord Juhu RUf:l1r' option Ivr j Cuiiftrrmg the in VulpairuifO for a lilo of tie} Mcrcurle of that place, joyed by the East India Company. The committee : .-

& SA.COLli elective franchise on Manchester, Birmingham and to the Dili of January, inclusiveIt of that company holds a sitting Iwo ot three days e>e- .t j .QXG \.tES5.L.. ,
Leeds} has tailed; although supported by a most respectable appears that the country w as in quite: an unsettledstate. ) ry week, to collect facts; and arguments, and make -. '

minority. The following remarks are contained in the arrangements for the deft-nee: of the company. The ;, IN THE SENATE." r. -

-j., SATURDAY. MAY 1st, 1KW: ). paper of the latent date : *-Th critical I state: i in whichall committee of the house of Commons have resolvedto larch 31. -
2 8.
I.o'no'rcb. Air, Kane from the Committee en Public

John le la Kua has l len appointed rO-tllle-tl'r at The Prince Leopold ha*, it i is said, consented to mercantile- transactions and speculations are at proceed immediately to inqui e into the state of to which documents form the, General Land Land such.

the present very llarltinoJud.r now considers the trade with China, and this had called! together on the subject were referred, reported a bill
Pensaeola, vice John Fitzgerald, removed.It accept Soverci/iity of Greece, under the terms to .e:tat-
proposed to him. All the arrangements are concluded his fortune secure, for at each step he hears rumoursof deputations from Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Uriftoi, 1M ato'vu at M. %Iark*, aud at time mouth ol Appuhchicol.i -

must be admitted that Pen icolu feels the effect between France and England ; and we believe war and desolation. The !'"11'15 w Inch have united iVc.to confer with; the Ii lends of free trade in London. to recond riser in reading.Honda ; which was red and ordered -

of the late measures taken at wur Navy lard, but we that in this, as well as his? former elevation! the Princeascends us in a well organized society.aud which conatitued The Last: India Company has firs to n.ake out i'i|i I The following; resolutions submitted by Air. John

rntertain confident hopes that on the arrival of Capt. the matrimonial ladder, and must take the the glory of Chili, have been found to he only imaginary. own case-that is, they have; to ,prove that their monopoly ton, was considered and agreed to.

Dallas, the establishment will be piosecuted with greainess,$ and a wife together. France has been propitiated .-The Chilian flag has been treated with the i is a public benefit: or, at least, that it cannot Re.\Wrn/, That the Committee on Commerce be

same contempt that it received in the times: of disor- be abolished without! seriyu.- injury to >ome important I instructed} to inquire into the cxpcdn ncy of erecting
new vigor. by raiding one of the Daughters of the Dukeof a light hou.-.e at the harbor at the termination of tlb|

appropriation of three thousand dollars to purvey Orleans to be a participator ,in the honors of a der and of crimes l.'ufoitunate Chili who i is the interests. Three important witnesses had; tone up Rail. way on t the Pouchartrain.L'ffDlrrd .

the canal route from Mobile May to that of Pen throne. What favor i.4 i conceded to Russia, and iiiilior: .of all your mi.-fortunes 1 from Liverpool, vvhos te..titnoiv'sva! -'t'xl'ectld to be I llat.'ll Committee on Commerce be

saeola, we consider as pregnant with the muss important what means her consent has been purchased, are 1j as "It i is now said I that the 'chief: Porras, .joined by the .f impoitancc, e especially- to ti.e tK.de carried i ion I instructed au U* i'p.r 1 :' into the the c\expediency tnikm,
of and people in tint province of Coclagua! ; Ins: all aye.1. by .\IUI.l i't'lIliith Chiin.: : apprupritlrn1for ot"a larlaurmin
con. elII.'llCes..JCIl enterprise capital yet unknown. The marriage, it is presumed, will not Lk': Poiichartrdiii.I at the I termination of tLe hall:

WP believe will be attracted by the project of a work take place until the Prince assumes the throne, and himself airuiiist: the actual gov crunrmitthat! ; the ino\ einen'.s Intelligence: had been received; by gofer:.meat pf way f. (-':1 New Orleans.J : :

which must give rise to a new era in the business of his establishment i is f fixed.-Obycrrcr. of Liiruft gal e. been iu oppositiwn to the government '- new preparations+ : Spain; for an invasion of Mexico, h.: follow i ing resolution.Hibmittcd !t y :Air. \iVno,l-

this place. The ten thousand dollars for the surveyof The lapwing brings: intelligence that an expedition ; thai in th; captital jsome, disagreement: and the F.nglish: ambassador at Madrid had 1r.-o instructed bur}', was roi..dered, That. the and Committee agreed to.L'lwlriil .
on Cimnne.ee
the canal: to connect the Atlantic with the Gulf, hast was fitting out at Cadiz, for. another attempt to taken }place Ix-tween general Prielo, and captain to protest! against;; slid I a step.Tl.e Spanish 'j instructed: to inquire into the expediency ofmakJn l.p

al.-o fur the future. general I FrerC : that the junta! will not last moie than it said that have !1 i appropriation (for the removal.
to wa
a tendency biighten our hopes recapture Alexico. A line of 1 tattle ship, and three government deny they : any obstructions iiftLc

The road from this place to Mobile, completed by i sixty gun frigates were preparing for s ea ; the land eight days.-in tine! we feel a repugnance in writingall such object in view, and state that they are merely I \\ arci>si. aiidAutilda: rivers, in Florida.

means of the last year's apportion, (and which i is said : force is to consist, of?;lll) men. Several .\Iriut that we hear.-\Ve believe that the day i is not far sending troops Havana to protecj Cuba against :any I! :n r. White IN Florida Till; ,E introduced: ilot's1:the, follow

fo be little inferior, to a Northern turnpike,) has now I ships have been fit ighted to convey the troops to the :',, cli"tant11P1l we .shrill: have to '.o. (ma l'f'ciratt.Jnwri"III aUun.pt i of lh II Mexicans, or till) revolt of the colonistTho / w hi<.h alas laid on the table. -? resolution -

established, a regurir; and easy communication by Havana at ten dollars, a he-ad.-t'ulinunlh ( '|s!: : ; Minister ii: !Huvnos Avres vvas obl::ed to case in which {."'liHenborenzrh! : soiichl for Hi ml rul. Tlr.it the President ofthe t" States fc

Stapen with that place. The road from Deer Pointto I. The ( ItI. t: do)) and. inquire, "\\ ho reviri's; n> :'" divorce, (-n the giound that:: 1 :idy 1":. had committed regnrstedtoeutlllimilmi'"ttc to this IIIHf:..'. what steps i
Duke of Cumberland' is said he Mill confined
Alaqua, hns been completed in the fame style, and tf I|! "Three parties have; ]) '.:Il routed:ag j for Ine s II' adultery, had( been Iir''might! hi'i'It'; the Consistory have been' taken, or [plans jvocured (fr time erection
i I by illness at Iie1v. Some gossips doubt the illness ';i' of a radial ,r marine rail;, way; fr! the ret air of
the exertions of "II'y--I: f'.e :I'-'t.inco: .J.Itlltio1Ji-I; t--. and Liberah. Court an.1 the i'i.iiit"d. There "
learn with that
we pleas-ire, through and substitute a brother's d.spheasure.II'Cak : I i I\Of ; w as no de sloops! ol'svar, at the Navy Yard at Fen.sarIi. i.l
our Delegate, an additional sum of two thousand dollars l .' 'Ihe 1 t former 1'I r'-Id.Iii! Fri'Te, c'cmmajuthe! j fence on tile paitc.fi.ir; lad I) .-hip.JOPF.MNG pursuance of the art ofCon rev.s tc.the radlal; nnprovement .
laht.'l'lJ given to complete the road Alarianua.: : lt Feb 2'i. i! aimv: ; (ion Piieto cc'Ii t.anus under him, but heJia.s | of the Navy, and wl-cn it i is l'IJllt"1111.1t! : ito
: A petition was presented by Air. It Grit: 111''; I : OF Till E: F'cr.NCH: CIIAAII5ERS.' have (ho said railway erected.
become n-li actorand has to
Nothing will then bo wanting but a small SteamBoat latterly rt.fu/\cd obey t
I upwards! of 500 of the most respectable Jews of 1 H.\'i.I.\TJ I' I'OR THF S. 1" <'''t. ADVERTISI.K.The LN Tilt: si E:%; .1TE.
t1 .' have had much and
thi and Deer Point jord ': They ; intriguing some!
between Navy-
: to j-ly
Yard, St. ROFa, anJ the towu of Florida, different I Metropolis:, complaining of those Acts by which: they! i''fighting ; hate: disj.-r-r.-ed the Congress and by the Journal dn Havre: 1.1' the :.5d l t ult. contains an After sundry petitions:: end resolutions! \rrii|:;::.fj heia 1.
were excluded from Parliament; and all mtart: ;u camtnl'theupCnintrfl'thc (hainber; of Deputies,
be united I il : ..iunc i'Hl ofthe t : I'MajiCo: : and Constitutional parliesi presented sundry memorials were hid before the
point* within our bay, which couIJ easily offices under the crown. Air. Grant said! it together with the speech: f fom the throne., '1'h lOje) tlj Senate, by Ale.s.r l p.rll.
was not i have piiced the evecullvc; in three Spragne and 11"!III", frm
The carrying the mail, and power persons j tin look place a! the LiuyIeI t.e! "d. His .
once a day.
passengers ;; Alajesty; ( ; il\tIitlIt \
'rta.ill : III ,
his make :
to ; motion the CJ.flr1Il'.I Ic and \laillt.
int'lliul any on .subject :
; who adpiinist'T t'io until the election ,
I government entered the Chamber and took his :
j-hce (tliethroii'
believe would handsome profit to on fur tile 'lit.e'rn
freight we yield u r In.I.IO.: .
}pram .\
he trusted it would not be ;long b'fure the relief 1 now which tniu-s '."'<; in Alarch. n is m>uo>>e a Steam Boa, ant -.c hj'c that "O'11U 'torl'ri..ing prayed for wa-sgianted. J>lr. Ward also! ; leans on the I loft. The laipltue.-s; the Dudleys .bit nn'ruln/f'nt, lu .rv., ;-
Mipportod :; object! o1 the Pii-'to paily j is fo recall Gen. O'Higgin.s. of I dillr! that; no pie-emits b(' '. tout
h's: Lt'ention the II : Cltic\! Ii.;,}
iubject.We f"
will turn Barn, and I Alndamn: rl'rleaus
person the petition. The petition wa" on'll.d: mime printed. i li. ing the disturbance* in St. Jago, time French Con. in ofthe tribunes., aver present ::111. I .ei ofthoAIiamie t and Pottawaffami.! Indians,\\\1'1111 !'
one The !
assembly was f the bill 1a1
arc gratified to learn that the Vestry of the Pro- I.UEiM'oo' AIs.rrh2.; I sill'-: J Ho'i.-r; 1s 11; assaulted; } ) and plundered of every standing: and uncovered. TheKmgsaid, Alesi-ieur., t tl.ese Indians appropriation, vv as taken for 1 ir.holding a treaty with
trslonl Episcopal Church in thi place, hat e entered The French papers stnto that great preparation: ;1 tiling, and he escaped with difficulty slightly wound Peers of Ftrance; be e.aie.d." The Chancellor then origin of the practice bal k aj'to the font intercourse traced th-O f

into contracts for the erection of House of Worship.n an making at Toulon for a naval! : and military expedition : ed.( The pinbaoihty; ;: i i- t that w hen the election id over communicated to to the-'att'lJ.Deputies The that the King "avetheinpermis.ion the Europeans with the Indians that it has met with
\ elig'ble: site has been procured, much Uf the building against Algiers. Th" force, 5s to consist of .e-; :!' alV.iiis: still \lie icgtikiitd; to the. ati-fuciioi: of all I the following: Spew h : King pronounced the and approbation showed, !fri'm of the Washington habits Jetfer-or. A.c. iVc.

; material collected and the work is to be comminuted I \'erall'hip'of the line, frigates and br.mlMc.sselsfand I pal I liu". I (IENTr.E51r1N-It IsIIVuy'5llilbcoitidllcethat! 1 I i ol t hits, race ot men, that It was manners not aul customs

in the ensuing week. Many individuals an army of from Oil' to fnOlO mCI," ho are to land A j j The Americon brig Enuliti, had arrived at Valpa j I as-x-mble round toy tlnone the IVeia of Ill) rlahn: and i : : and indispensable) if we only exp'etted 1 proper to treat bunccetsary !

have made liberal donations, and others we believe, lay regnl-ir: siege to the city, while it i is attacked by 1 raio| = in 12SJ: days from ISevv York, having passed j the Deputies of..Departments.Since I I wills them. lie showed I that it '\\a a trait inseparably -

the Straits of. 1:13dlan-Thc: I yoir: lat :': lUn, impoitunt: ( -cnt! have consolidated connected with the character of.-:n : life
through : c occud Ire to
certain indication of the from the From the! \ ; pa.- ;
waited to see serve : !
have only Hef "ftl'f prop-
1t: exl'lt ., ) the peace of Juoj: e, ai.d the accord cstublislied !I lookup to those more civilized, for gift*. t1 (. Mr.
the accomplishment of the work, before adding their arations making, it i-" i.ot iinjirobaMo: tInt the expedition !j.'" ten day.? and was performed'with entire ease hcf.veeu ny: ;;ages unu; myself for the good of!i Frediiijjhuvson opposed the argument of 1Ir. Toristh.

.'outributions. Those hit mut-t r.uw be sati.lied, that jut should! br! slHcl'"fll..il ei.'l in the t run- :id:: di'I.v.;' 1'he Cajttaintatrd' that it i.i by no the nation ; He thought the {f.jcts; di.srlurt-d by tie l'llle-

impediment can prevent its completion. unless i it plate destruction! Of tlu' !horde"pirates vvl-o I }iiv I>, Il ':, !IHi.JS rbmgero'i:; as it is generally n'Irc.cllh' Tho war in t! i- Fn-t I h.s terminated. The nlO.I man from Georgia, were si.rficient to arou-e the
tie the deficiency! of that pecuniary' aid, which it is ill long curried; on the ir trlh'! of robbery and murdt: r 1. He remarked two peculiarities('\ it arty ho im- I "IllIun uf tlie vlvttu: ;Id! !lb.i: utnicubie; intervention of friends of humani! :; and of justjr-e. in order to put u
Il |i tile Powciby I pu.-t-rvini! the Ottoman Lnplreh"um' I period to a practice at orate degrading and .ifcniorali ; -
lIe The the -hor of tlie: Ah( d' P'litnnt to notice!: as t muwhat at 'ari NIC"' \\ jilt the
tow. If
their !power, without inconvenience, to : irin"ii.: ;: tl' l.md 1 forcfemployerl 1 the lilt :j1f lIIt-: t, ilidl iiinu .1 I it. have maintained 'i ::; to the: r-.a: vi:f : amid disreputable and derog.ti! f

l.naiion. even of a trifling sum by each individual, I (] should! !.. a- 1111'1" a.l.as !,""n : tat d- g.-'K-illy: received l accounts of tl'e 1 :tllii.: A slioncurrent the buhiitce 'i.id tlicngtiik.M'ju tl.e: iincieaf- relatiun.ui'the '|. ry to tin
who] i is interested in the wok; would ensure its com and if it -11iclJ\\t-\i\ CMimianded,. t!.. m eau! bo lit ('lIl1 $au11.v set.i towards tlie e-i-t, whi( h will :i tat',. I eared lied not when it ll commenced, how it was i.-u--;
t u-ul&r
pletion.) Of the important' benefits! resulting to hO- j! tie ,tollt.flhe ."ull. altio: >:gh tie! AI;:' rines will! of course be in l.ivor of.a vt-sr/'l 1 )1:': ;n:: fiom the I!J Lndcr the pp N c ion nf il.f; I j-ov.x-rs l-liihl signedithetieaty i I practised on or toy whose what iilu.strious administration nll'u1If'1r it had beet

the AtiJ.nti"; and; l the ftl.. Slr.iils : ofjjily Ji'li. iii-j.: ':rut Grt; .'r-,> will; I Ic 'I nieaMiroi
Pacific ,1 J i i--
: depth ( .
.t yficmre.rigiuu* institution, it is unnecessary at jiro'.ily; nnkr> a n1a: -t t ; I bcii: again fiei'i! her t-.ir-; ; ate ( noire; of th.- Prince: I I wrung raIlfi..d -
all ,! ''.ll that, no anchor cm be cal at tti. ihm, ;atc'.: o- I ; and he t fell bound 1
thii time to cotutm-nt. The experiiince of countries uu.upp"ell' iy al army would: prob.il.lv: x- ; r-.j Ertl! to ii-igu! o,cr I.r r n !.- ifl'.en'i.tly;: clear the I! Wrong by every 'feeling of

clearly show, that the prc:% al"I1'e of good crdcr, elllHltdtil'tIu! ; : iL.l! : ,'';:" 11'1, :1 IC'-iielrehlleail'l.l; l l i ;a-: him uth'' tI f fithoui! from thy 'horc. The 1 1'mili.ia 'iisiiiiere, led :t'l: ptiii'- \:1: v "I t tic! : -O\'tt'iI-I.. : I' 10 ju-t.ee.a.I!. ;.{hvmuii.tv" it. Aie; and. coiix-ience h'hauuhri1'i'I, to U.-every f dolt .

sled tho proper suljmbaien! to the 1 I.w haM borne an great I.\ M: the !-reiMjh! I jl'1 their workh '''li:<: the vi.-il '.\ ; '.-I: ed I'V .-t'verid I'ldiaii: i ill lt'U'! ;'!' pcii''t! .1'I':':, ul t |j.t'. t :. ri: comit with mv :lIi }- r-j.ia: ':ii". at.I' advocaN-dtho: rs. .Mi.endment. Barton and
I it
'-, ne-ueeiali..! .; of w lm.h r 't h.ect' is I to ri1.!. f I j ; wasni.iwl
!bart and mmiuui., : 't a rui -
'xtviisiu of the\ doctrines of of Loui Lxmoiith.' uiuiliy..v1l 'all.e to r ;arms (t.n i | by A'i-wA! White.
I.;let 11'1 tJ the pure I I i r-iiiici'iation. IK iweci. the l'li.'I'I the Iloti. eof liraj ; IIa\m, JuIiiMon.nnd! ;
I 'i !'..q 1 I'v/r tjb'icco. ill the rnid t of: a tieni-i: :t-iuua :snow j h"I'!! It M ;is ind1r' l! r'V*';>,'. by'a of-J1
: I \ mite to 1t.!
Mdrl.'I-N .
t'vth. the
;! tl. to -of tl.e ,
r- liiion.Tlie (r'I'i + ; ;; : : very severe I i j ;, inr'' neces.sarv rcj "" Pesii.-d.i.: : j .
| Tb'l'iN!! fc r the relief of Ala III'M. _* i>'.\.., .4, jr;
impo-sih'lity: "f coMcrling.) or pprmanentlyimiling I 1.I.tf':s \lijh f.\.tl' iii!II i Ie'.un'ry!: tin: re ;.;1'1'1.11 I :to ''.-rlll !: I >unng the imporla. t events \\ }it hhirii: 1lIml'I'I: the Irjjal f/'J'rf-I'ItITin'oITrl.tu (;iranper ; foi e ; ,t..
arommodiou edi- : ': !.ntt fnmi Pars .J'ttl,ireBy th- l II'i! ig Ih')riIQ.: ,j: w:.1- '< < !:list ,. I teemed! prl'| "-r lr> 11'.I.cf! the t-rli-r! t.s ; 'l'li.'r'"fllll'llt'iro Francis .
without bu in Tenuilb deceased for
a religious :society, gr Mi; a< livity !II1 nche:of business. Ti! ;
of ; ;
resfiitineiit I.I'-t i.I'arcil bin 11I' '
C.ipt. Hutchin-'oii. '': have retch a I ltJap.uoI jo'\er ; : ; incn-a-ii'ir the rni'Of the District Court tier the
11cPintivllirlttoei l ;rrga'eiFapp.trent.i It behovesnvery amoi (,t of evjMits fr.im this j'ort laulat,! b"Nn'sw !: IMII: no \longer U'av'! nUI.uII| .hrlt! ibt-! ii.-.ilt.: c.1hf.r10: ,
i Smitl.irn District)i f.f Now Vet k, and for adding
one tarn, v.l.o has any stake in the! community, '. 71'. ldlg'and the sil-; '.it'( '..n >n last week amounted '' p:,;per to J'tb.: l .tl.: I 1111.Ii. t!::::. 'I 1 le: signal) Ira|.:.r. till:, ile:irito obtiun.Will :!: th* t'tlflII'f'hlti"lIl1fl'f'ral iv1ricf Jinljof the to
\\'.. le.ini from C. H. that T'.iiini-I. : i .. West. Wllil": 1 i: .-..itHtic.the! h..r ol | ( rod'Ulll'!
ul'I i ft. -ai-e; '
laud towaid : \ the -al inlitv f' '. Theie I'uiti-ii! li-r tl-.e : .
to \tcud a helping : liimportant to very unu> flu ( I.I/hll bags. tai-( : ch'inirir.i tfie: of t'lading! : the
'I seems also' to be gri at .\.ti.' it.at |:-re,fnt ,in the 1u 101leu KSIJ.: t l. S. Charge d'Aii'.iire!: **, to I'eru was Lulled at tt ail f tla.;. aid "f the ti Ivnity tIhe j..;I ii tifCiinstianilv. (:'oart; in tl-e c OIII't,. ('I ( 'rI\\ 'tid; ill .Michiganlitury Tt'1"-

't.rr .--. --. --- i i Rio from Ship Alfred! ':I. Gall, in bad: health; : anil i j! ; and the bill! for the relief of Captain HaJllel.ld)1I1r.
trutle and bu-k
rr'l --.--- -- -- -- i a yen* c.wuulli'l. \ ".I !t i ii dial the 10th. i 'l'hit. ;accon itof n'i-< :i!*-' a.I1! e.\j.ejjs-.s hill| ]h' }lair,; } .i : an officer: in the Revolutionary: U'ar : vvt.re
: \G: NVs. j I Lier'rjwl Lm-t fiiiint ('uft"(!'/(.-The [ptitinn infavor ''l.l'Ii..re'U.I and at t t:1:11'! : 'Ihit -1cI"llIt'lIi of the severally! read a tinrdtime and pas.ved.
I with 'i Tillman Coruis-h, cool!; of the Horatio! fell: over"boaul .VMitsatid; ie ourees for; tj'-' -.'n i.. (' of I.-:n. 1 haverI LN THE I10l'Sh.t:.
v- of a free trade China ;<.d! lo aCed to I
Latcsr from Europe.Uy the ship Minerva, Capt. ia : in the; }Lather, and was dfl\ IIf'C1. I I the saJi-far-'ion: : to' 1'\v t'.i' ? 1t\\"i'II"I.lil'!: r t!:>eciimiiniiion An animated di last week, was sent oli'en catifr: l dL;:. ali I kl inn re- sailed \'. fur Rio t 1t. ; i-f th'-n. .em.1'f, I-'J!'. with
Putnim, from Liverpool, whence i-he sailed on the t. ( Tiie I' S. H'lp J luu'-va : ctb ( compared the report recently! presented by Mr. Pow r.s of
.'ei\'cc :in tllpu four days:, ujivvaids ofs::\en thou i.|.i !Plata, all well.i tito-e: of I'M': ; pi'-'. i ,' s iar. They! have: I: 'l'd'd New rod oltht'l'Tt..t.'lIt condition r.f; the Distort of

od, and London) to tic! 2.1 of March. Thy : "..liiitil'lil'; :\' ',' :: $'.{ U::. ':Ij"r..t :.t ttlii'-hi h,. xis upon' thi- very 1111Prt'.imlr 1pme.stiUli.{ is necessarily excluded
t SlahPlpl"ir.f giixeroiiieiit.: d..lI.d two dam > pn'vi'I"! \\ili.! -h dims II .
I | .
Tin cottori I I..iv e I b 11'1.11'" '1I.OI." i.>.' ;'.:ai! -i. \\ II ti:>> j'mms-11.u'it/ ; t i.fh t from our : of toda.frolll a waul of
newsof paper
ojntain impoiUu.) e. .
no political tht: it would liep'.v.: "fiite, .! In.t lihr A pelitiuu: a pio-ec ulioii to) be iiistitule.l! :i;aiu-t ,'"-.. SilveterUi .!iiti nine :lie bailli'-n ot ti-e .Tile.: A law ill rtIai ro.>h: for; :!: '!iisiioti.' Air.J Powers, in an able! ;ai: I

in.ukct had slightly improve' ': 'boil tiie. C Corpoiatt witli! a similar I ti.e:: reri"'\ i"lIl.f il.e; debt v. ill ,lie ',> '!
"IY. prayer; was .I..lh. for th" rer-o\i-ry ofJii.J! -.. ,,), '\ iI I!II h h 'i ';' to ;'' pre jitc' bimiiio'is -pt ((.h. urged the necessity of iiiiirelyt

Public meeting.-: continued t.1 be hld in re'j'.iou '?nt oll'la-t aw:1..anl: .i tdl probablv h,' pri--"eitted ati (irl'\\ fiom the \Vioi.il Trc::Mirv' i.i-i'i-r II"!'! !i-ne: : r>f to "you ; it will l ht hn.i;:. d ::11 a plan: t-f reii.hiir.--rmen! hanghtg the :.\or-'m of government.which at 1.re'.. ut
At (ot :\(!hat';; \'. illdl VM- 1"1' v dl! eijuriliy -1ltIY; Ib!' ;.r.-vulcdn! theDi.tiict, in order to toieliev. f.in tl.f
to thu distre;ed condition of the country. amectiup i tin ,.t1 time. 'jI. lil'llali.'I; i in 1011\1\ are artyilly I: >Miiiiissiiui, or ; in the iiiutter: of bt.ilding the ; those ]
agency expectations d rill our r..ie t.r '1/11':11..1': "Iaje.! .I t !i""I\'Y.' evil. w ith w Inch it i is opujrsM; "If. Mr. In!cr-
in Uuc\iu' ghunshr:: ; a petition was adopted I w il'n {',i eat eii'-i-y' awl prudence; and: ei.leitaiu fiig.V.i-' I/.bel and !Piincipe+ 1 liii-ri.I: ; ; and other lotixatirm, ;and the" ji' .'" e id: ,1'1\1'11'(11'' due tolioe .-'t.I!! a-o coiteiderl: for the adoption of such a meaui ,

in which the p T5cnt di.tress'.vt; nttribuied to "the srr-iu: ;hopes jlM: tlj.y! wil:ulinnately; : -1,1 in lln'robjec v\.tn-f-s; iuciiriej undT his directi'iii ia: the United ol our Ml'je': t- >: i I ; !uluve: -ted I 'h--r capital I : ,' : notiiiinr short of which, he -aid, would; relieve 11

.. 'llv l I Thev !j Jll the public} fdilr:.. 'J t.,' a.l'.t'.iitl-; oil t' f.t! ).u' if froia the ma.-s;; ofeorruj.tipn fostering wilbin it.-
ifp' ; j
weight of taxation under which theroun_ :(1'111It. ; by tl.1 coiiiitry. :'t.II'-I.: while Cli-nge; d'All'ssires: of I'.r.r/.il.: I
mormons 01 i eaderl doob-'iate.: m'ended all
ill he to :
1. ; : !Ie' ;ilY i j The report: he rcmaikcd. ollldl1ew the nature nf
have Mir-( .: in .I"t<.i\in, leave of tv. u of tinirmembers ( In li!! .- lint I'd!li.) the PorUi Ul -' at Rio: Janeiro 1 '
try ROW labyirs : that "urc..t proportion of the et"c tn! 'srp inlere.- : tin v v.iil: ;.: -:d l the Il.H:.::" uf mer.t- that corruption-the enormous extent of winch he:

'H!.'-i are nuuifestly ajipropriated to purposes niot to attend tne ftumjtion.before: !! tl.: committee ( clehiaK a TV !111 urn, vvrth'sreul; 'p!,l"IlIr.! on accoiiiitof jug, v.ithoul ii' '\. Mii.t'i i: I in .1 few v .r-ir-, alit I;, hall had full fippoitimilies of becoming acquainted

oil lse House tit'CuuItuulls! : the fe':::< '1:1x.!\ : le-establis} r::''lit or i hi> Alaj'-s- fXpeui-'S ::1'1..11.-\; d"lnI'tI| : : !lor; tiie defeii-'e ofthe; j,. with rlutiivg; the last Congress, when had the honor -
corrupt and l uacc:1 titutt' t1aI, a'I,1 to th,! ni.iinle- 'le.ilm. the j ptuPt slit of r::r- 'iii'ure ncI, coTiiniercr1, '. of being; a member 'or the committee whichutte -
1a.t'ilia 1oi meotinir wislslj J Hu- ht'.lhll. The. the! Court the
ptfy.-.1 at : ty's diplomntie'
; ; ,
n.mce of an unbecoming and idle luxury ;" and the ( corps the maintenance( e..t! futilieii; r.I.i.! '. tu.linished; works .>,l.I I To it> interest. Air. Pettis moved to lay upon

petitoners *'(.) not hesitate t.) oxprc-ss their di.beliefii.then lifav on Saturday for: the Pl: po,,.' of! j j-etitioning; Parh.iinent ,: Pr :l.if"s, and the mo-t distiuunished! pe!!,o.is in all in thr* "-ea pull., r'1"Crlemil 10.,;. .:is auij i 'IlllIl'll'lil.If| iti"; t.tble tl.e ,'-oIltfon! :: fonnerlv proposed, devriting

for a fiee trarl> to the La-t:; lnli.'- .China, ( ord.'r.'h."ia"li"al.I civil and mihtarv, had been: (:lIIal.. *t oar: ;.tl' .:1 li.m v ,': .">o 1!,e o< cij.i. d withv.nious I. every alternateThwisd.iy to the ccissiderafit.n of 11m
rtion of his Ministers that the
: '' Maje-ty's IKV: M'U'Mng' t-' il.e "r.n: iar\ O't'i'j-ic'\';; : ,tateoft1'. eDistrStt.; 1'ht.l'l'I1 ., \\I.1.0\.c'l'r,
I ju- e-
and :tll'olltric/ t .f the C.-'pe! of Good I1 'pe. i ihvitt, in coi M-n'tenre' flf1.it U the audi,'. .' V.TImost -, !
I exigencies: of due State re/jnin: : the present enormous I ) 'I't t. J for; tlirai'mmitr.! 1 ion: t.l I j ubi! ::'!'.'.i.-. :'lI'i I ILT- jcctt'il bv a vote( bytasmd n.s: s. ot'1'lllto4ee.1i. ( .-
(inUeKtFib. 11)!). \ have ,d t and II!hi. illiaut.Lutist '
expenditure for its support ;;' and they attribute "ihe \ jwt| II'I!\ (tli.it: nurncruiis ; |i (.nil mea-uios; Int"'lal.'': l-, ii-.i: rae; tl.r! r i>",!.: (.! I.t" Aldllaiv w as t.mi the point r.f addressing tI el.oiisi. s',
intelligence that the town of grew, ti from fro 711 .-The ship \VilIijmnnd IIenrv.Parrott LI\ lii.t'.cd
1 tl.eMiSirings
epathy and i iu lilTt'reuee with which their petitions leagues! jJl retired Mildit.T.- I : ; : at when the hour l'X pin.J. The bill re-appropriating
; this:city, is wholly under water. This atI arrived at Cioncesierus; Sunday from C.-iu / :; which a lung ami! tn Ii l mil: winter! I I.:> 1Iile' t-I ) ( eitaiii taut tiicudrdb.htrresot'funnerappropriatiOlis!
the and i ( uth'ruuuu.
aitireceive.iLto notoriously corrupt imperfectstal five o'clock, the ice( in the AIoM.-.l.-! ? suddenly broke ,aile.dolt the Jill of Alaich.: C.ipt. P. i ii-H-ims that the -.i \ ;'iJ1I heavdv' upon i'ij' i""oj;t i.- : 1'iit beuevc.lenee! 1.- w .ij.I ordered to bo t'1.rJ'l-.f'cl! for a third leading to- }
'' of the reprcsentatio'i! of the Commons." At a I mulliolied it-. sucC:111 -. :a u il it ,iwith tit' Ullot: little pioirovv : and lb. con-uferation of the halt! making ap-
l and with! frightful violence the ice: exDodititm fur.lIawa1,1.1'! plI.I\! ( ; : .:Iii in a ftwdayJ
up dr\.c against .
meeting of the Merchants. .Manufacturers, &c., of gratification: that 1 h-". .1 n 1\
Manchester, a series of Resolutions were '111',, : in the Rhine, which, i is Itil fit.: a> the latter did ut tooter rohvoy.oCje J, as nit; t of tiie: troi-.-.-- !:..:.i! to the poor in ;,ll ;-.r'- nl the ;realm, :and Pill ticu >i,'rs* Dipurtmeiits. was {1'0..t(1011t'11. The
i\ give way;, the. ice of the AIoMjlle began lo rise and afrfveil in Y':a.uz.-. .. in : I !j.irly in mv" goori Ii iy! ..f !P.iir.; 11e: tint Ion-'iiiir of House t'i.-ii.' :>t. motion of )Ir. Ili inpbitl w rut: into!

1 in which the distress, of the (country was attributed { drove over it, carrying with it several ohip even On th" Mh Pebruary a very liM.u'id. inJere.stingrlebMtrtttoUp'Kee I ell 11eall istoseo i'laiiceiiappy, and! respected. developing Con.inillei* ofthe: W.oe! on the stale i-f thI 1 uumrAir. .4
to excessive and in a great measure unnecessary expenditme I I, r ; i!!, :all the wiVilihof: hem -till,and tnjoying; iUI'elIl' llavi-r-i in the chair and look up the hilt for tl.e .5
drives up the Rhine( and has dc>trued s-tvcral vesfccl : trr2! { ; conduct
and monopoly.The I the institutions) of w l.icli I it !is I'} firm dm-it) | to e Iar.- eon.stiudio.i; of a rotficni:: Uifalo!!: to New Utle.i-: dby

negotiations for the final! settlement of the I :. of thfc ->livernmeiit towards: Portugal. fi-Ii the "Ic'o ill ". The; "l.ai'-r has placed, ; I .' hber1 I the way ut'tbi.. city.' i\Ir Coke of \ irgima! Mr. .

LIVERPOOL: MARKKTH: March T.Cutton It originated? iu a p.tll fur the.jjrodudion of additionalpaper !1 ties! of time {people' under! the siieguaid ol'liie ri.Ils..f AlondJ. Afr. .\r..t'll. .Ur.to.rs of IVew tllk ai.J e
affaire of Greece have terminated in conferring on liibt-s j .' 'e.-acred to stir IJoulden ulrlie sed ihe committee In
to 'ilow the li"teandpipscnt" : relations between mv crown. J bt' 1' : my duty Iii} opposition
Prince Leopeid the sovereignty of Greece, with the There has continued. an active demand : people: 't"t :..il'.- m,' ti t trllI-u'jlll.'UI iuvioiuU! to nyI to time it.e.lsure : and Air. Irwiutif f'cntl.and Air. AV
title of Sovereign Prince. 1 for Cotton throughout the \hole ofthe last t \eck, and the two countries, and ascertain how far: the o or I. U'l'l''S'":. .1 rI B. Shcppard of.. l'. in support of it Air. P. i' i

TIfe Grand Duchesa Louisa, died at Wcimcr on : further improvement! of 1..d. to l-,1 per lb. has taon of the nation has bent implicated! time political I II I Peers of I'ranrp. ism I epiti:.'. of O(p.trfll1f'b, I ,1"'".'.t arbour J"'pJnl. Air Ri.n.sav: again noke} in In '1

events which had placrvl'. Don Miguel on the throne .I of MI t'lti, tl!'ede.-ned -d. h.ilfufthc lull;!. and was followtd bv Air. Caifcn. in
aUl ( t
; place: in the prices of Bowed and AJrjnmliam J and n.t your co-ope !! Uur : ; .
the 14th Feb. in the 73rd of her '
year age. I his .ie'gue.! \: ,, P. Vheppard.! 1ttr1:
to r.
., with the base insinuations n'll ly
and has driven the /faithful subjects of the ( into rejei i contempt : 1
in ;
Hi. lIet'n
about l-8d other !
The oldest inhabitant of Berlin it per most tleacriptioiis. The Mr. ( observed, I ad. .,:d tr.f !
;, t .1 I is said, cannot I which. malice endeuvur to propagate bb-nild nriminal gentleman. crsotl : ; i e 1
sales (including 200) Dcmerara by au ti(>n on Friday. exile. The Times gives a summary of the speeches on h-id aJmini.sfr.ition hurled 1 I from it.s !:.1'.. '
recollect long or so severe a winter as the last. 1 practises raise up against my Crnr1lf It. (tacles : seen one |rl 1
t J For fourteen 6 weeks they had uninterrupted front, the at 8d to 10)<1 for tine and choice marks,) amount to9,16O both oides. The ministers and their supporters de- which I cannot and w i.sh taut to 1i: eee, I chould :oldtlt: eh.trges ht larrruaicu; ; corruption !.;.d 1. tn

( bags, consisting of 1 4,280 Howls, at 5 7-ri to ni- d I that any pledge of support, either expressed or find strength to surmouut them in my re..ulutiou to made against them, with a view to the r.ttai.nu-nt: of
cold cqnstantly between 8 and 10 d': below
being .
grecg that but that that slander! l had lung Lieu coi.siiiiied i
object ;
t maintain in the confidence
implied l had been given to the charter which had public peace, just
vero.t 7d. chiefly at G l-2d to G 3-4d for lair and good fair ; Frenchmen in the love which the have always to the kennel of forgotten lcmny.! Air. '

Lord Kellen, eldest of Earl Final, n Roman *}'.Orleans' j 3- td to 73-ld'lOJO Alabama and been brought from Rio Janeiro to Lisbon ; and Lord shown 'for their Kings." } (-'arson said the observation was uncalled for' and*hc i,

lon Aberdeen! said he should he slow to recognize the wished that his colleague might beet ripl.t' tfcsubject. "+ ?
Catholic, has been returned a member of Parliament Mobile G j to G 7-d ; 280 Sea Mand 12d to ISd. ; Ml() 'fhe number flputi"JIO appeared sit the opening i.pon 5'f
hiniselfhad, considered a
lie tt :
for the of lenthf without stained do. Gd to 10d ; 'JoTO! Pernambuco 7 l-4d to authority of DunJigucl, unless an amnesty were ofthe/ (''halnherswit5aluiZt00.:; Tallfjraud always f the !
county opposition.The election( of John Ciuincy Adams} by tie vote r i
: .
British are said to have abandonedthe Sd ; aUGO( Alaranlmm G Md: to 7 I-2d ; LV 2O uaiia), first granted, and reparation: made} to those miba; py is said to be much broken down, and to look very house, was the result of a shameless; c.nr.Hnatit'n -1

Jniter Gl-2dto7d ; lOIW: Egyptian I: 7d to b l-4d ; 30 De- men who now groan in prison or in exile. old. Al. du Polignac's; hair is slid to be beginning to He had said it on that floor-he had repealed: ;it ".lilt
for the stock in IIi 1 i attitude mild und almost humble
converting cst
project 4 per cnt. The which Mr. Peel.i i is turn -, hr.ll he had and written of'it to I Ki.sioii-
s merara lOd ; GO Carrincoti ((5 I-!d 7d. ; 100 Wcst In- measures by endeavoring he is described url dto that spoken 4
consequence of the unpopularity of the measure, andthe as hayin scarcely vent r-.titu.nt.s-:11Id he was pieparcd again to repeat it. lit
dia G 1-Sd and 450 4d Hd lb. to improve the criminal, common and ecclesiastical
; urat ar to per cast his eyes on the side where the Deputies. It wouldevt-n '
He ,
t want of in certain : any time or in any place. ay
support quarters. Capt. Liteh of the schooner Superb, arrived at RN. law of the country, it i.s said, will confer a more.per was observed that Messrs. Ravex: and Labourdoitnaye before Cod; that lie believed it to be true : and he was
the 16th of
letter from Venice dated
i A January,
York from Mayaguez, brings a report that" the city inanent reputation ( tales that great misery prevailed there in consequence and were not sworn. It is remarked that time Gax.eJte \:-
from whatever political feelings prejudices or parlialties
e the ever-varying politics ofthe day. Three ,
of the
-M. !lad been
I Domingo occupied by Spaniards,
de France of the'Ai whiclicontams thrkiul's-jecch,
Of ibe intensity of the cold ; and many of the commissions might Le, could lI..t but deem in his own iniwf
the natives having to them but it had been are now sitting-one for the invotigutioii omits the words ) with conteinj," I '
( orders unable to obtain provisions, owing gone over. ; (acec iiirpri that such were this presumptions aiiordcd by the ctreuinstances -
lowe bmg from starvation.It given up to them on condition of tho inhabitants paying I of the practice in the superior courts of common used by the king. of the c-use. F or his own part he would

k, t*> their scarcity, had died the debt formerly demanded. This part of the i law: ; another for that! of the state of tile laws respecting .say. that he had endnivoreil. wi!hi thehiiinblestrength

:t appears from a Parliamentary U.tur that the i ntory, at least, improbable I'I real property ; and_lhe third for the amendment Extinct of a letter of an officer on board the St. Louis, of bid aim. to c iriy the warfare into the enemy'
appears ;
h number of steam employed in the Luited very and camp ; awl He thanked Heaven that he had been enabled
\'e8se1 completion of the ecclesiastical law. 1 he dated
Lm-muel: J.VCst, J:? our new Char*; des Af- papers to his friend in this city,
fl' his feeble aid in putting
Tt' Kingdom, between January, Id:, and January HI'21: I contain many well written ess--usoii the subject of PAVAMA, Feb. 3d, 1330."Tlie : to exert powers to
faire to Chili, arrived at Rio Janeiro on the let Feb. down the most corrupt coalition that had ever I been
1 was 342 ; the total tonnage of which was upward f and died at that place! 12 days after. church reform. St. Louis turns out an uncommon fine vessel formed for destruction of the liberties of a free

!( Ir 30,1 KX) tODR, and tne number of men employed was Charleston Couricr. The particular subject of economy in the expenditures in all respects ; and we have not, as yet, lost either; people After some further debate, the committee

,I4 2731.: of govern l t excites much attention. The officer or man by sickness or accident, although the ruse and reported and obtained leave to sit again.:

a i* said that the Duke although B.\L TDIOnl-:. April 9. charges for the The hon:e then adjourned
1 I \Velnpn collecting: public revenue are to ship! has been active. April :.

he refuses. t make. the rfmo\al disabilities From J.tllpfZiraisl-TIII trip I.afaJcttelIardio, ,' exhibit great waste ujid improvidence. The Times "The GuerrieVe was at Valpairauso last accounts IN SENATE.

1 ; of the Jews .Government question, dots not in arrived at this, port yesterday from Valpairaiso, declares, it is impossible for England to go ou under all well. We are now bound to' 'the Coast of California Several report were innate from the various Cf mmitteed. -
1 whence she sailed on the 10th -Left U. S. and number of bills were recd the second
!, tend to oppose it, if warmly recommended by the January. !her existing weight "ftaxl' . l and do not expect to he at Callao before Mayor
.time, and ordered to third reading. The l following
i House of Commons, with tbe necessary secunue. ?, ain Ship Guerriere, Coin. Thompson ; Officers and Crew Public meetings have: been held in London to getup June, when I hope to receive many J letter and' hills were read tlc third time and passed ; the bill tQ

4 die use of ihe Bii enter*. all well.1'o uro indebted tv time kindness of a fiitnd+ petitions to Parliament a-riiiist the. monopoly on1 1 paper from home." -t'. S. Tele'iaP- tiuahl! the 'Pre-ldpfit to eiliiiguiah! the ludiaflPE talc'

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Indiana the hilt! for thi relief: ncjf., it was orrq'd! JJ il
State ; to be rngrosieil and rra.l !
.,:.- 'I". |r!!:,' ?.Vilson; the bill lor the reh"f of'l hom:" third:: t'rne. M>'. rn-linglmjsen lit U It'll: ,I.. leD a- iivj.iliy: : advanced to his predecessor in office J i I cci tiiv upon inform ition which I confidently ::: ______-_________- __-________._1 _II _4 Li'i
,"CICi6; tHe bill for the reliefui! John Rudri4uci : ) 'mlor of the d..y in reply I.) 'II. Wh.tc's; speech ; Dean having: rendered no accounts beiit-vi. to be correct, that the sureties {i BENJAMIN WRIGHT, offers, himself ;, .

.11 making appropriations to p.iy iiie exiemesH I of Tuesday on the bill providiug for Hit removal of his dUhti .finents,' no settlement I in the above [within] bonj, arv, together, ; as a Candidate to represent the Count

r,: '. .I 1 in hokkng ccrtuhi Indians; aud the bill for the of the Indians bp\nml' the waters of the MlhisllipPI with him has been ;at the Treasury, and cotisequi'n.ly j smTu ;..flt for tho penalty of said bund. Dated I j Escambia, in the next Legilative'Coun.. ti
!hill Mabli-h the otKc I
The t |
Lacroix. Hubert
,tf I he ij
t( e amount actually owe this 0
.*'I read the s-econd i The may twenty-seventh day of April, one thousand cil. .
'. !Mi denial in the Navy: was consideration ol the resolution from the Committee the Government I I i I tj
}>;"vid.r after iwung been explained and advocated! on Retrenchment proposin the appointment is not known ; and that no : eight hundred and! twenty-nine. II JAMES PENDLETON is td h hj

ur.\ir' \( tja"II and opposed by Mr. Dickewn, was, of a Standing Committee on Printing, &,r.RS stops; have been taken "fur the recovciv ol J. J. CRITTENDEN, I the citizens of Escambia presented j U

IIJ"ti1:; of Mr. D.. bill on the table, to allow time resumed. And continued: till the close of tliehoHf. whatever may be due fiom him, his removal Attorney U. :. District of Kentucky. County, as a Can :! '

*'-' s fJralt're :1minatl n outs merit The hill forte Mr. Mercer, (torn a Select Committee, re- I having but recently been mau('. t. didato to represent them in the riext Legislative "
'' : uuler Scott was taken up and udvo- polled IHO resolutions requesting the Pie ident of Council. ti 1"
-lu'fof It is understood .
I that so much of ii e information TREASURY DEP
I and Smith of : l, the :United States ; .\RTMF.XT,
iv|, Sit1* *-! ('h:;lIl f'r-l to negotiate with forei:ft govrinnifiiis t 1 Wo authorized to announce EDWARD i :
.-8.: ,i."It t l h y Mr.! Sau'brd: ; and, finally, on motion on the means of cfiVcting an entire t' bolitiunofihc i sought by tale 3td query, as ifiatrs to !i. Comptroller's Ojjicc, June 18, 1829. LIVINGSTON ;! 4;

:V t( l'r.\uc.Iud l on l'u' tak'cf' : J..hn-III1: of ( Alrican slave trade ; and of obtainiug from I I the amount of levcuue winch has been collected Approved on the within [[:IJO't-] certificate. DRAKE, as a Candida. t ;
11t.tinul'cllll-l e.-cn on Mr. Foot's rt>ivrelation I lln ia a recognition, to represent Estnmbia County in the nextLegislative i 1 :t
jHta. n* independent and I Nx '
"II, 1":\oItriil" j I at y'Vt st, annually, f for two yarspast 'I JOSEPH ANDERSON. I ?F
.'I\U ,., tu the puiiluland: -, and when heer any colonies office people iiT color, established uniltr ,:' will be famished of Council. i iI
thu theTreasury.
by Register
L1"rI1cd ,, t.) Mund.iix ; \ the ,f : Comptrnlltr.I I -,
coodut.ieJ. tH: ci1tw : \ an>incps ( UK- Uuitrd! States.
,! They were SAMUEL: FRY ;is :
j. 'nsid I i a Candidate for the I
twice, and' reft'l ret! to a C..lnIlIlUf'e "of the
ix TIN, iiot>r.if'ir. I! U hole: House on the simp' of the Union. The re!r.. ; As aflonliu hu other information in that |I Iqtlt'ry I The gross amount of revenue which accrued Legislative Council, to represent the Cctc: J .

,\\ "r', f'-fn tl!,' Committrerv.ry : I lotion rrsrpecline, the i of .Iutt 1 aUo 111 at Key West in is of Escambia.; q :
'rh" t'"J'" : impeachm.Mit e Perk <)fC, hvi'ewilh, a copy of: 1828, sl
0.1 tll' ;1'l1t: .,1 ( .hll/lI'I.I.!,, -i tll .It".. % ui.' .il.iMi' altciiiatril < niijl.t I ul Mi.-somi ed i, wr.b debated at some length, and final- I the official I boiiu of 1 !a! collector of that ( is- 83,7J3 ((39, and in IS'JP: to be *.tOj.14( 02.SIIIXGTON HENRY WILSON.is a candidate, to represent i J.
,- til'i* ;1'11 ; -":'l.k I h' :i 'y""pa w'uh a modification,' allowing liini until
fluL-i, >
....:.iv :'.
: I : : to To. 'I he iii his tIi.nie l Thou; bill appropriating five tiiou<;and doisemenis on it. .\ March 24, 1830. leti1itive' ; ,.I'

J'.l\'. 1al\II'I', i II'dli (01 the purchase .f books for the use olthe I have the honor to bo. Sin : I: observe by a tcsolution of Mr. .-- -- -_ ', 1

-'ua.Va t third time anil\ 1..1"1 d.I Mil t.) rclintl'.e i( nj-ren e Court, \ns, after an animated debate, )laid With Holmes) of the Senato that ti i I
vv ( great respect, you requested sE rNEivs
intt'i 4tt' l wlt11 tite; :< oii the l.ible. ; "
tfi! r .iv.*rsioiury u|! 1 he remainder ol the day was lIe-: ?
;',i/.fi'fn-irtn! ri>wati l, I- ill A.t.a.ii\\t-; : : : I;*:;,
:1' :.M.-ti-or. If>"-v Wrk.d: that: tU: bill he \\ hn'c on ie( Male of the (''niesi Mr Hfiynes inil. J os. Anderson, as Marshal of Key West", &c &c.I .. Ii f : !

..f ,.niiitt.; 'J 1 t-j tJv: C nii.ritn Pi.iIir .,:id-. I li: cb.iir, nf the liuili.lo ami: Now 'ii leatis Road j deem it but justice to myself inform you, 1T..NSACOI.A.: Aptil24th..-Arrived Schr. J1Vrh f J!

I it'.i: 1.I..truc.t.tn.; t/ r..t t .- :m.\ !-&) tliM all 1"11I'Y' f 1,11;,!) At five o'clock. the com mil ice rose, and I the j Comptroller.lion. that, owing to circumstances entirely beyond Carson, New Orleans, cargo to J. CoL-ton. J. M. j:
t.tl1t J tJt' '\AO.1 laml :1J.prlllJ !Sf : [ SA: l'Ir.: D. IxtniAM, .
,I.-< .ftJt'! ln :.II:" 4'1( lJ'.sc ailjonrned. Tio. J. C. & C. C. Keyst-r, and the master. Pas <
'.\ th" |)jtrr-t .\tioriii'of; the I"lIil.d Sr.eI'M !1--1 i I Crrth1rJ ,1the TJNSUr I my control, I have been unable to furnish ,
.... .ee.ive I Di" iset12 monier ;riiti\l the I Indian: AI'POIM'ML.MSiJY. 'J I'KSSIUKNT.: you with my account" [ had two violent! servers ( :Ipt. Clack and Dr. } age U. S. Navy Mr
t. ( II'l"a.1I' t' .''tl.rir i I : ,_B1ouit! Lady and family, Messrs. Wilson, ,Watkin :
b 'inmemMont: / iliy the attack : of fever last Summer the island : :
I-t late i
and Dean on
:- tint with Hit uilrice and co<::rnt of lite enile.i Copy of nJFriall.fo71l1! ; ; ,
....1 .' -iI l i ira.,niiCt' : and \\ ::i tlllJht the ; Keyscr, UYlt., &c. .; .i
t1 an.! f'J"Jur-I'jl1l'i.t of the! I HI i trl.t111'1'11I'. 'i I G -once ilIad of New York, t* btr Consul of the !: Marshal .1the/; Dhtrkt f l-'f-jriild. i t1i,; last of which reduced me so low that it : :[ 1
.v tiCth.;
Sclir. Elizabeth New Orleans'
'..'.., I u't''VVJionM 3 I b-j de'i'i I 'd i.ix.ih'I I '. lrnitetl Stales at Santos, BrazIl. I Ij ( //' Jitnr, IS JO.! i was a mutter of doubt with !iwy fiiends, i l
I '
t'1 rr obji- tcl to the propo.-itioii to reI j John K. Campbell of Florida, to Attorney of:! [KII'JaU men by UTM pre onts, that we, ,' whether I would ever recover. H.iving: no cargo to S. Gates G.V.. Darklfcy, Navy Agent and .1 J}

rll < iitui'f""; \viiiriiioporlodit: I I the United Slates for the Southern District' of FJor- J Jim i Lean, and Juhnr.. Sim<>ntoi: alld'J medical assistance- Key West, 1 went to j I J. httr.vtli-.hs) p.i5..senger9.2M .
: < VH-: .tiMHii i ii!lin :ut. A nvom- i : -SaiU-d. ?rhr. Amelia liachc New 1
l' i :
,.1111.' **"' .*," .t. w'II.1! -nl: t"III'hthl' j ida, in the place of J1m G. St"wer. resigned. i iI Whittihcad; and It. D. Richardson, are; South Carolina 1st January :
: 1-JiJUU bricks 41
r.I.JI'1i G. \\ .
i:,,.| !H.! imubl prefer it. loffrrnce to a Coiiiuiittec I Albert Smi'h. of M-ine, Io be Maishal of tl-n' held aiut' firmly bound unto Andicw J.icK-on, : last, for medical advice. Not expecting to ; by Batkley.127th : ./
\\\"hol llounv Mr.'Spi-ncor l -n'd to tlio visit this when I left West I did -Ffiir. Maria, Carson, New Orleans! : 15,000 ;::1 j
u: th" I'niied Stalei for the Iitiictof Maine, in : of Pre-sident of the, United State; *, aiid his .JCr.1'sor pLtce Key I
-<;ti' n; and \1'. I l/.\\i j.. Al.ihann.: inox ,d. in place bricks by J. Murrcll and a quantity of shins by tho t
< not in ; I I ,
:2 fact wnsunI
in ollicc in the of *
penal stain jIfhLFC| my ;
.ldln"nt. to s1nl\e; ,ut "the Hi..tn.ttt'; ): lil' *' Henj.nnii: Green, removed.! j j > twrntythousainl .Wa.strr.I' j
.:u '. ;". t'u-'! word ... j B.in jitrniui D. Jollars; for the ol which, able to do Si). I have been detained! here by j ;
t tnsrt. n l I.'ti i't!"'1 Jtricis.ti.r i.rd Wright. of I'loiiila.: to be .\t tont', payment ; r.
1:11"I'eI\'cr ot th! 1. 'Uii! '.11' .. -"I.. c..r.v..i....... ,'v. .. U. o .. n. ii.ir>;_..i .v.rv\', '. i'--l_ : u-'l!! nnrl trtilv tp bl made.ve bind otiri-elvex; rxfremc indisposition, but tt'lI.t.tlllt I am I :. Transport Schr. rj ,ri.b. Baker, Appa- : '1
IIc\tl\'t'tl.-\1 : "trcni: mrc; "' uil iu rd.'I'en'e I i t-ach heirs .> ,.,. lachicola. ;
and ol .1. iun.f'.t
; I Leonard Jarvis, to Collector of t'je' Customs : our : our autninistr.ttors .t and jnu ml, within a few I

,, :..,.-'.Ctii,', alld iniW Mr.."tof:t1t'!)' iiu'r Wtiulr.tlf1.witlnat nv York.; instructions.Vr : :acHtin"1. :j I fur the District I and} Inspector *.f tio! I..vintw (or. j jointly and severally, firmly, by days to start 1 for Key Wear, i'r the imrpo 2cth-Sclir. Elizabeth, ForaytbXew Orleans, Ba- 11
& l.i.-t bv the Mn.-ter !
.,: tII-: ill"| hill wa rwoinnnttcd ai-nmlinsly.! Tlie the |1'011 '.1 I'assamaqno'ldji in the State of M tiute.Il | thc.sc prt vents. Signed, sealed, and date.!, of adjii
H 'J-.- tlicn \\'--lIt into a C jtuuiittt uf the \\'Iole'I Oil) I lie I lit Aj pril, IB-'JO: when the coinmis i I; of | t t'ui:, Oth d.iy.of Jtmi! lb'29. \ sooner 1 than! u ilu.May: i term ofthe t t Coin t, as t lip, : ,1'CIr1tOry0fflOrda.'zipcriur -
\ :: o:r-. of X. York in the Chair! and took up the SteplM-n Thatcher eijxted. [ Tin; condition of this'oblis.itiou i.-> such }il"! :e will licit t ix/ t there .u r:ixi'r to tot I them. l .r

j ti't; ftr tti.- relief of the rfpre.-iMitativs of Walter tint; wh rcits John Dean, atMn'said, has been; : I I InII'J doubt t but t i ibis will be deemed aMitTi.'iciit I Court Escambia County, .j :1'
Lei i H. Lincoin ti be of C
l.\IlI't"I.-\l, cr "sfiijt <|i cii "iou, in v\hich Messrs.jjtii p\rai-f'1' IOo for j j Tcnsacola, A n291830.. !
-.: tlf'1yt1JU.Jd.y.. Burs.. Cainbreleng! the port of Bos'on. in the State of Massachusetts, duly appointed Marshal:, ; of the Souilicrn'! : t ;apology! for any appaient delay in John lunerariiy Ccmpl't "\ i

:-.ufr of 'tVOfl' Wickiirle tnd !Hunt jomad.jV vice William' I/itile, removrd. : Jtiuici.il; Cin: nit of the L'nitt-d Stat';,' Dl;.trit t t' oloiino:. ; my' accounts.V vs. j i 11

'l1l1l1ttt..t'' > decided upon ni.itioii of ,.11'. Johns, to RE-\PPI I.NT.M [ ,T.3 1 I| Court (;at Ky \\1-51)i ) of die Trrtitory ot itii! S:;;l (.Ij; ix poct, your obedient servant. \\illinm Barnett, Thorns J : i
cl of the bill. Mr. Caintflenz
rtrike oat tli. enacting mce I Uarnett, Daniel E. Burch, j '
said John
ri.irida if
Now i the will
for the and 1 Ashton, Thorn Carb'- lId William : [ I
aoOked ii: tu llous"! \ jei8 nays on Henry is } Timothy Twitchell. BenIN CHANCERY. t
M.- .iue-tiotiof:coin-urriiU wi'ii the n-port of the 'O- I I O'.(ul, of the City \Va-hinpton} Tl-omas 1'. )Ia.: ] J faithfully. and im.Mrtially: discharge all I! I atdl i J Lute Mai thai KryVcst.\ j jamin Juurnaguii, and the j .1

::.i :'..t' ail, lli" I 1.'I-<'. by a .oti1 of S."i to .r:). con- | son of A'exanrlria.! 'and J.itr--: Ouni-ip. of ;irorytow n singular; the tluli I "* incumbent on I iiiin I 1 a. -\\c\\\\ \\, \ !I"i.: v>. I D. I.v II\: 'I. i i nnkiiow heirs or legal re- .

fjrrl in the! rfpi-rt. Til" cn.irtiii"; : rlau .
all of the District of Columl'ii be .
rjVufiirelni.lv.u .,"'.. the Isil! \\r.>! lo-t. On motioncl !j I. to ia"II: e iir>& of, 1'ioMi; tinI'nitrd; Sitt.uzefti'; I Wy"hf.rle'eased, DcPts.' 9
tlie ll.iu.- then ad- !1'the ibr; "' .. tli'j! '.Tth: I ; lit full force and virtue. lnteMinm- i QstXHIS :
Mr. 1':11..1.111"1.: ,1' (lie'ria. I Penitccti-ry oucyfai: :t. An iM'-fcrn :tnilemnn; at New OJeans, : ; day came the complainant i f'y big coonsei .
'UJimd. i : !! ny whereof, wo have hereunto :>2t our hands i: I 4"* on motion, and l it appearing to the court, that
ixn -31\\TI: :. ----- I and ;affixed our suaN, this day of inl!II thus >:uni; up the!: occurrences of the week in the llttf'ud1tlltsPi1Iiam Barnett, Thomas Barnett,

April 6. I : I tile >'ear of our Lord one thousand cilit him- j that: busy (SitV._ I It t is wh.it may: be called a I Daniel i I':. Burch and tho unknown heirs or legal re-

Two p.tili'1 \Vi-re pirsfntc-'l: !!y :Ii" livll, re- RKPOKTFROM: : : thud and nine anti of the roujh; !! (1111 r\ of ordinary, occunence pre.-.entati\es of Thos. J. Wyche, dec'd. reside be- i
Ill lrcttlul( ;,:-toi't tie! ifiuov.tl '*f ti.-! Soul Ii- !I t' twenty IlIdt'pend..ncL' I i-.. be for y''iulithe limits of this Territory. It is therefore or-
.t11I.111 to handed to-d.iy: trying to
J'rb the :Mis { of the L'l.iietl States the f fifty-third f d rctl. that :
4'.1; I 1.1: ti"l1 u.1O 'a-fijipi aI' apaiiiNt .I < une>- they appear here on or before the
'I TIll: snriir.T.viY; or TUT.! : F.t; !: \;- : -iv.: tile the ritA j
I ,;.c' XICI 'tUIi I..t'r llj 111 41t lln* ItV.A ( ( till' ilKleS: ill .ve.ir.; j! ) Hi; it t Monday September next, and answ er the comptnuit'.o -
'4 Ica ltry I es le. M". A"l. i. < }1'.t's..nl.1 II I" titl" 1/II/t}lily to (irs:, rn".llllillllL: *, i>ni.' ;. lh "")'!!. j'j'I JOHN DEAN: [t. -.1} \ .viilor was )killed .this wt-e-K: by the guard I j : bill complaint filed herein, the same will

,H II ulII Jolio ,\! 'b1i V. jn.i> iii; f'>r a lu.t..ihll- I bunil tllltl ilfffiuni "]f III11JIItIrflll"i/" {,dl i for not speaking French.t I t Ittl taken tor' confessed against them, and the matters
a.j.)1r l ktiig jii -lI'II't'tl l {"lllll."IIrclln I ;.1111. I I'liil- I !arha1f A"'!/ /Ii"/? '1/1,11"iIl' j' {li<>i"lli'! ( /.-,- J.W.SKMONTON, [ll.. jj.j.jj. \ j thereof decreed accordingly. '
ft.i I In- ; tar of tlnit jtitit. trilli (frit** IJII/t"t.f ft.c< -nc.ttuil WHITKHKAI! : ) [ I IH. A ilisuui bailee took place last Sunday, at a
'lij.s. aud 3 ti!do ..MOIK.HI |.i.ivnl; Mile.unity U! [ll. s.1| And it i is further ordered that a copy of this order bopublished
dun! lfpifl.tti I is ; .ill of wtnoli Wt'l'l; M' ('iredb'M'irtl fistrirtfur ]h. II.I:! 1'1'J \ RICHARDSON [L'. y j \ Catholic church, because sonic young menpn.fclrC' in some authorized newspaper in the District f!

iopois wcic madre from >t.tlldill l.'onituitico T:E A>'u>:v D.P\RT:.I r:N T.l Tt-t, i standing with their hacks to the once a week for four months successively.A ."

; aniuiis ** bich \% Hs le,ioit'd b\ Mr.i \\ ooiJrnn iM.ncli GO, 1. 30. 5 ; .d.ir: rather than lose sihit of the pretty true copy, .

>. ilie Ch,iini.ii of the CIIIIIHill.1 Coinineic Siu ; In compliance' xviih the rrsolutioti i ELfl.\IJTlI: : B. III TUItIS'):'.. ; Creole l.tdies.Two Totf, .: ,
bill jnovMliiig lor the ..% c neslt of j (; 1:0.: F. BALT'ZELL "
", I tic : 11I1| )1"'l: I B. lit '(\ t'\ crk s. c. E..C.
certain hal tHIU. &llIt l tur tte: rnnov oil l Ij f olislioc- ofthiSciiaU', ol'llif ;Mlli iiibt., 'Mirtcltnr, : ffluids wtfnf into the country a f few .:\. (;oRrioN. Sol'r.

, tInS at the laooilii I tit t f cert.an s I vtr. ;.I r. 1 Ia\ie.: tIt Sccii'Uir nf tile rj e.usurv to inrorni) I lie ; I IU\\\in: : Tlit; :. : days: ago, in an honorable way, and one was

liom the Coininiitto oil :>.I\ill I AIT.i ire, inai.o, .;II1'a- S'nille, whether' the lalo j/arslial of Kry ![ :I buried a day or two after. 1OTICE.A .

voiaole rrjioils on 1Jt' jietiiiuns ol John 1. (;ctmLIt, I West, who was appointed in the recess, in j Dr.\nSnt: : Cant. R. D. Richardson, who i' A respectable young gentleman shot the election for Mayor and Aldermen for the City
The Lull :
lleorv' Lovelr, alltllklljHlIIlIll't'lIlt1t'1ulI. : the ef t Wilson! renio\cd :is ollrred! as one) of (lie Sill f'til' to the tt9IfJrtiy )- 1 .1Il of Pcn..acob, \\illbeheld at the office of the t
place Henry husband in broad because
in viJiiip tor a icmotuiof the I In'Hans in the Sf\ci- g.tv'aiiy j a lady day liiiht,
> bond of \1 '. Dean, has: been 1 Known1 I Secretary of the Board Aldenr.en, on the first Monday L
al plates aud 1't ritoi it weatHanl ol the MisnissipJPI. st''uiily, and if any, \viu they uce: ; ; : he insisted on protecting his wife from insult. of June Polls .
next. 9
taken on an.lion of MI 1'J. \\ lute, Ito. in ala and also whether advanced to iu-: from1: t, !bo: 1ioiJ. I believe his iircuntiitaiuci to open at o'clock A. 31: :
Has up Last
: any money J i. night all the military was ordered out, and close at 0 o'clock P. M. :
.Hi-ions aud coiupri'hfiibivc kjicecli, wlidlC him how much what time aisl (to I be good, and am. certain; ; that J .
to ), at : on : I Io[ prevent a masquerade after the carnival. JOHN CAMPBELL ) Comms'ra.JOHN .
andstiporied i .
; to our I eii1ei s, explained .
t.itllltilorCl!: ( gut what and whether it hns .you( may: rely on any thing which hi: may I BKOfiNAIIAM, > of
tiul beline qucbiion was taken authoiity, ;aeu accounted These little facts I give for the benefit
II. any I you .
\1 ', for taken for its : on trit! or any other subjr.ct.. WILLIAM A. BELL, ) Election. I
tC: bill and an uiifiulini-ut biitinutlwl by r. lc- : or any steps' K-CO- I I of) any male or female gossips of your acquaintance -

Kniie> wcie IKII! on tl.c 14131('. Afir pahsing 1111 0' vcry since he has been) removed ; and also, ; V cry respectfully yours, I I[ i t RANAWAYTHIS
tlit-ir fust and second ti'a.iiiigs antt rclcrtuc of \If.V SEA1'IN.IItEXT !
what amount of revenue has iioen collected !
I 1 1I
several LilU hUll tc 11 uic o: lU-prcsentdtivts, the E- DAY. Negro Boy, about :J
SjtiiRte attjl'UrIIl.tI.J"i!. at Key West annually! J.r two ye.uspasi;, D.txir.:!. : Q. I SAN FELIPE DE AUSTIN, J/arch 13. 24 years of age 5 ttet 8 inches high .
I fJ.pututl .tnli\ June ii). 1-20.' [
Tin: nousiL: and what sum (the bond ofihe preu"it colleclor By an official letter, from the Minister of JL named '

!1 r. U'icKlifi'f, ti\Jiu tlie (.aulI.IIH'e on Retrenchinint V()uId secure, or the jienaliy of the bund( I Relations, dated in J/exico, Cth Febraary DICK "J ,
CoI the I :iUo haxe had. the pleasure of knowing !
iniiodjced ajjint I I.eqiiI lug '
and to give the names of the Miseties, and:! by 1830. addressed to the Governor of this I '
Cleik ol the House ao.I tin- Scciet.uv' of tinScnai. ; C.ipt. 1icliti; dtn! for many veat s, indeed, ': The of Nathan Williamson. A reason-' .
whom approved I IMVO the honor to han< property
an atc"uiit of all l''JPl" s ami ilocuroenU State, and published for the information of
to keep si'ire we fwriel bo\s ; and I have now noItciitiiui .t.le! reward, together with all charges will be paid j
on the 1oUI l'd ot ct..imagdlll t the L'niU'USsates mit a report from th; Cumpuoller! astat. in J w the same sentimontiii I thu inhabitants of Texas, in the Gazette of l bJ' the subscriber en delivery at his brick yard. J

withdrawn lioin li.eir olliccs; and aUo! jiroidin itient! from the Register ofihe Trea>uryand; expressing I Leona \leal It that Gen Teran
it) Slabeck
I -_'.ml to him as I find recorded above I appeals Henry ,
\ ? that no cl-inn! jnc iitiIy ifpoitcd against the ropy of a letter from .;[1. De.ni, the II ,
the President (General-in-Chief division
L\ a Committee should l&.lI"itlcl by the House, late Marshal! which contain the i iufonll..1tol: by :lii-s oilier friend, Mr. Seaton. I by Kscambin, April, 1830,-9- 3f.Masonic e :

without an al1itlu it of tic claimant: ana a state- I .June 10, 1SJ!). K. JONES.The of 2000 men, which are to be marched to -. -

m..nt n.n _front_ the member mvsriiuns it, tiiat: new and teuiiired. j I this departmentfor the protection of inhabi- Notice. :
iii.ioriant testimony \\as addiu-fd! caUnlaied, in The amount of the bond tanisagainst
o (
his opinion in subMt, which i is thi!: : SHHH- :. Wi'.;I11; bund bond i is accepted as atfinpiiraiy !
force is be formed of and
br li.f resvluiiun to GOO infantry T the of Brothers Robert Butler, Tho.
tUe table nod ordcird to jirinted. ; t compliancevidi! the rcijuirenientof I A request
as that given by his pt :docc!. tj;', ;ippi-jr! f!t._
of Mr. Uates estendm tile bCiIt.fits.f the .Mr. 300 cavalry from San Luis Potosi ; 400 infantry mas Munroe, and John P. Duval, a Comnut-
until Dean
I the: 1 Iu:uv; and to serve can I
insufficient will by tici! i incieaso ,
pci.sion law, was, upon a OIVIM-JH b. ) tas and measures : tu I from Z'icalecas ; 300 from New Leon tee Jackson Lolge, Tallahassee, communicated to :
1H1 't. n.Jojited: Iy a v*ie cit ill) to 3Vlr; bui ;rshaim j it. hi\e; ;1\1 opportunity) to see tlie Judge and 300 from Taunalis : and 200 from Co- \ the underiguied, the Master Masons of this City and .

: previucsly wiilnli.iwn ">A aini-iidoient %'.t. | 1 h.tve the honor 'o l lie, i obtain i l lis ;uMuobatjon.; .. ; virluityare requested to attend a Meeting at the ;j
ahuila and Texas. The different, States
Tiou$ I(!leyiiltiiions! te pie?. itt( u and t..post'11 n t. '1. VAN BUKEN. house Brother Antoine Collins, on Wednesday
lilt 1 Hoiiic; took up it it solution! formetly Mitjinii- i With great rt'sect, } o.r ia't! sprv't.Samuel I June f 10, JS39.Con from which these: forces are to be drawn, are I j evtuni next, at? o'clock, to choose Deputies to at- I

ted by :Jr. Coulter from the Committee oil lietmiiliincnt. i, D. Irisrliani.v3 : ;' called upon to trse every exertion ii) furnish I tend a Com ention at Tallahassee, on the first Monday

Mid amemtol' by Mi. \\ chliITr.. pio j 'Lcrtianj "Jt;.: '1 fiiiivr I and equip the on the account of the of July next. for the purpose of forming a Cou' '

POSIKJ tn fljtjiui.it a bunding C..inir.tlfe: on tlie I'. The lIon. the Pusideni I ol the S cna c. ITI I ./ of the official bond of AtgerrKin S. scarcity ;and want tioops of funds in the NationalTreasury. etitution for a Grand Ledge lor this Territory.: "

subject of tiie j ujic! pti.iling, with power to superMse I Thfustonn Collector at Key West, April Samuel Fry.
ex-i i
the ace MI MIot' th..t biaiit.il ol the public Pensncola! A prit 30. 1?30. .
penditure, antf to et.uniiif into and icpnt upon alt' EH'IlDEI'HT1IST: ) 2\th\ IS'jy. I t

proposition fur the printirg 01 an txtia umul/cr: of j jCUJ'I. : CoMl'lKOt.Lf.RV (OlTKL, } Know all men by these presents, ,that we, dfurc Gold.-One of our townsmen has !i Brick

... Mr \"Li.t.s11 moved a ful I her amendmt nt, : Algernon S. Thruston, Alfred Thrustonand Notice to
I J/arcliiloth, IbSO. brought from Habersham county a piece !I .
uti utuin- _
motions an
idil that all to print
tei pro 01 copies); should: lie one day upon Hie table.Tlir .- I Sir ; By the two tesoluiions! oldie Scn-ue I patrick Henry Pope, arc held and firmly of rrold recently found there worth $ 1 .- J JWe Makers.

hour, )Ioc.ir. cx.iicd( ; lnti taken. Un moiion ot Mr. Ltipcr, tlie use flf the in the full and just sum of two thousand dolln this
I to me, the following informatiun is culled for, entertained in the upper counties of A Market will opened at St. Rosa ;
lhl! of tht'lIull..t'.frmn! J tn 11 I o'cloikA. to-mol-I of the United States to uhichjpayment .
fell' the purpose of an exhibition! oli' viz : : ", monoy State, that! Geoigia is extremely lich in the i! lJ<*nd in uhich _
row.wn in Whether the latebr hll of Ke\' ;well and truly to be made, we1 metals and much so' ,
rral pupils ot ,lit Deaf and Duinlj Inslilution: I] precious) perhaps as

tile Stale of 1.1110\ h'm.I.: Tue House ucnt into a : West: who was uppoinied) ia the I cC of the V\ hol. on she State of hie l..iOIl, : and heirs executors and administrators .
Committee the pLcc of Henry WiUon, removed gave joint t>everar to attract more attention than the sugar ,
Mr. Hnynrs in (he Chair. ull the Buffalo and iSc v \ and if \vho ] firmly by these presents. Sealed How that the of: ,
of nhu : allY security, any t they were region. strange discovery
Orlt'anoUoad Lnl.: Mr. Archer Vngmia i' fur the use of the fortiji
seals and dated this maybe disposed of !
with ;
hail pOsSPShion of the door, adJieist-d the committee Whether any money was advanced our twentyfouith Gold mills State was not made at an earlier .
the 1830.
in opposition to the measure. The bill making him, how much, at what time, and on wrul t day of April i one thousand eight hundred period 1? Thousands are now profitably catlnns during Bricks mast year not be less than
lIE size of the
appropriations for buildingligbi.housvs, impiotinghaibors and whether it has been accounted and twenty-nine. in for this T
Vanou unend. authority, employed searching: precious metal 76-5 inches, nor more than 80-5 inches. 'J his
&c. was for taken for its The condition of the foregoing obligationis and afraid of is allowed in consideration ot _
proposed in Committee and agreed to. or any steps recovery we are some our most steady variation in the size ,
The meuts Committee were then! took up the bill making mt since he has been removed 1 : such, that, whereas the President of the prudent! citizens will have their heads the unequal .shrinkage of the clay in burning and dry*

appropriation of $.j.OOO for the purchas-: ol books :3. What amount of revenue has been collected United States hath, pursuant to law appointed Ii turned by golden dreams." The profit ing it. It is desirable, however that the required

for the use ef ih* Supreme Coutt of the United at Key West, annually, for two years the said) Algcroon S Thru&ton
of States. An amendment"IU agreed proposed to. by On Mr.motion Eveiett of, past, and what sum the bond of the pn-st-nt ': office of Collector of the Customs for the! I all experience proving, that thesupcr-abun- The Bricks when offered for sale' will bd inspected _ _
Masjaciii! tMts,
Mr. Crockett>, the Committee proceedtd to considerthe collector would secure, or the penalty of the'I!'.' dibit ict, and Inspector: If tIle Revenue tor ; dance of the p/ecious metals, by causing the and received, if found to be of a quality Whenever suitable : _ _

bill mending; an act aulliotuing me state of. bond, and the names of the sure t res, and by : the port of Key West, in the Territory of j neglect agriculture, is rather injurious thun to the construction results ofthe in Public the rejection Wprlts.of a cargo of. 41 j.

Tennessee to issue ,rant$ &<. .Jr. Crockett pioposrd whom approved 7 !!: East Florida : J :. beneficial to tho prosperity of a country. : an Bricks inspection the wiu bz received ; but the
I I no part of cargo
an amend Mnt, lii c h wa* u reed Means to. making The' -i! In reply to the 1st and Zd queries' I have '.I Now, therefore, if the said Algnron S. Sou. Recorder. ., whole will he sent back to the owners.Th j
lull from.the Committfr arid executed .: be closed the 31st of December _ _
for carryi.ig into effect the' the honor to state, th.it John .Dean, who Thruston has truly iuhhfully ---- <* market on

treaty appropriations of Bntte d< s \101 I..S. "4&5 also passed tlnough succeeded Henry Wilson, as .l/aishal of and discharged, and; shall continue truly and The Boston Gazette of Thursday says : furnished, or is,much of which sooner due as notice thi required will be supply given.may bo.

the Committee; after which tb. Committee roe Key West, gave H bond, of which. the enclosed :; faithfully to execute and discharge, all the ]i \Vrc understand that a Custom House Bond Payments on Bricks delivered! will be made -

and reported. The latter (bill was postponed until is a copy, together with the eiidoiseS i I duties of the said office, according to Yawl'I paid at the United States whenever demanded'; but'it would be more Convenient _____
Monday. The House I then adjourned. I be void and of was yesterday settlement should be made at the expiration
ment on it respecting the sufficiency of the then the above oblrgation that
IN SEN/VIE. I Branch Bank, by one of our importing houses of each terminating respectively _
I each month ;"or, quarter
it shall abide and
7. and the endorsement of the Hon. effect otherwise
April sureties, I none ; I of 105,692 57. on the 31st of March, SOtli June, 30th
Mr. Holmes presented a memorial from the Secretary of Slate, as to ilia conditional ac- remain in full force and virtue.A. I September; and the 31st of December.The 4
people of Maine praying for the Soiiihem lit'hans. of S. THRUSTON [L. s.] : a- I dollars will for every
ceptauce of the bond ; that the sum $500' sum of nine e paid
The bill! for the relief of Gen. John _Ed. was advanced to him on the 9th of July, ALFRED THRUSTON! [L. 8'LI .] The Court Jfartial now sitting in Washington r tho- sand' bricks delivered at St. Rwa Island under
gar, of Illinois! an officer in the revolutio mry ar,
concluded the examination of conditions
bill 1829 and the of the 30th of PAT. HENRY POPE, [ s.] have the
WitS rrad a third tiue and pmod The to re sum 2,000 on Wm. H. Phase Ii
Rulate the duties of Pursers in the Navy, and to fix October, 1829, on his letter of requisition, I Sealed and delivered in presence ot witnesses in the case of Capt. Hoffman, ,

their' compensation: was d'ucussed by Messrs. dated at Key West, the ITih of September S. 11. BROWN, whose defence it was expected,. would be I Capt.. Corps JEngineers.fit. j j _

layO Foot, Dickrrson. Holmes arfrf Smiih, of"arjlaudaHdnrtcr delivered on Monday 5th insu- r. Geor. Rosa Island, fllarcli 1.5 1; 1830.--3--f .
Ita\ i1l8 ulJdel bon tQme amend preceding iho }latter stim being tho amount I JOUN Jon: :.. ; 3. _


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JP a' ", The Territory of Florida Western I Notice. iAl i I'..CLOTHING, THE Fl(ht Fiord

MJ. HIl: \BLli to order of the County hereby' notir.ed, that
: District Court of, an agreeably to the
Superior City BOOTS AND SHOES. l'tO-
Court will be sold! at Public Auction on the HATS visions of the charter, an election will le held at the

J. A European's Tribute Pensacola.] 1st of Miv nest, at the Navy lord, Tartar Point, 3i O'NEILL Court Ho use in tie town of Muriana\ on the 20th
1 day of Ap ril 1 next, for seven Directors to
A DWELLING HOUSE: manage theaftairs
Wednesday $th December 182!).
TO WASHINGTON j: just received: a fashionable assortment ofI ol s aid Bank.1tOBLItT.
The properly of James Packer deceased i i j HAS
The following lines are given in Moore's Life of i William A. Bell, on behalf Terms uf Sale, CASH. I i and Spring BEVF.RIDGE ) I

Byron. They were intended to be added to Byron's i of Louisa Ihanam, James I! 1 l'E'l'Ut'V. GAUTIER, Sen. \ Com'r3 I
1'$. } In Chanter-. Finlny, (cI1CD' iU J JOSEPH: RUSS;, \
well known ode to Napoleon, They contain a beau-I! John Davis, Gabriel Tuar, W Administrator.March I which he offers for sale low far Cash Mariana, Feb. ith, 1U..3t.NOTICE.:;
' tiful and just tribute to the memory of him who acted I I und Ellen roster. 1st, 1830.---2..Sw. i I II -
So glorious a part in the enfranchisement of his coun : And wit I I ;
now to on Weduesday the ninth II
:I, Black, blue, brown and olive dress and fiock superfine -
try. day of December in the year of our Loid OliO I Notice.Ttrritimj clothCOATS SIX weeks afterdate, I shall :apply to the Presid.

There was a day-there was: an hour thousand eight hundred nod twenty nine, & PAItfTALC.OIVrS.Bang Juhticw Jackson County Court, for Inter?
While earth was Gaul's-Gaul thinc- before the of Florida, !i of Administratiour/eAwiiVntfTf, on the estate of Cadcn
appears Superior Court of West Escambin ('ounl y. 5 ; up) cord, cassiuet, dril'ing, and ;,Cassias do Fairchilds deeea>cd.

Whenthat immeasurable power Florida, in chancery setting, the said Com- BKXJAAilN: JOl'ltNAfiAN! ; : having uppljcd :; VESTS I !MA11V r.\II:CIIILDS.i .

Unsated to resign, plainant ; and it appearing to the COUrt that; iim.cnpativw t\ III of the late John i March 10th, 1830-;-Gt.
Had been an act of purer fame that the said Louisa Dranam claims Caulcy, of said county, deceased.Ordered.; plain Mack and filmed: silk velvet, vnltntia, toil
to be n net, fancy mid plain silk, blue aid black cloth J.
Than gather! round Marengo's namo. free woman of colour\ and that she has been With a variety ofROUND ALBRIGHT'SCOLUMBIAN

And gilded thy decline, erroneously called Eliza Jane and states that That Saturday the 17th day of April next, rot | I SY11LT.A .
Through the long twilight of all time. o'clock, A. M. be nppoiiitrd to prove the same, I JACKETS,
she 1'ensacola REMEDY which has itself
was brought to by the said at the house Janio bellman, in ; hf'n'all proved superior fo
Despite some passing clouds of crime. I'ir.e frilled nod plain lush linen Swnim's or of the Panaceas for
John Davis, and that sho was born in Camden person intelt.-ted, can appear and show I any the cure

in the State ol South Carolina and cause, if any they have, why saui U'ill!! should not i SHIRTS : of the following' diseases, viz :
thou forsooth
But must a king NECROSIS: (or affection of the bones,) KING'S!
And don the purple vest, raised by the Rev. Isaac Smith, **ho now resides publislad be admitted in 'to ht' i piol.ate'< n>acola, and(iazeiie that, this and -crvcd tJlti.'r on lH i I, duck' check, cotton and flannel do. EVIL, (or SCROFULA) WHITL SWCLLI.IC: ;

As: if that foolish robe could r. ring on Peail River ; and it also appearing the nearest icliitioiis. .Mown. : DnA\lIERS.UlHt'k f CANCEROUS: and l inveterate ULCERS: ;

Remembrance from breast. that the said John Davis is not found within } Twitchel 1 1 I i I LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS;
.r thy !
I i lIaliu silk CRAVATS, I RHEUMATIC affections ufthe.head & SYSTEM
\V ere iti that faded garment ?' where ,I this District, and tiiat; the said Gabriel Tunr /'. J. C. C. i I I pliiin\ nul Quiet, do. generally ;

The cwaws. thou wast fond to "c'I' and Ellen Foster disclaim all! :nterest in this i: Pens:icu1a, Feb 2;>iii, is:;;>.-:r.-j: -ifAHVVU !' Silk Hindkrrt: f". (iloves! Hosiery; striped Sus ULCERS of the MOUTH and THROAT.

The star-the string-the crest ? I I mailer : it is ordered that ji'iM'u notice, be -- pfiid- s ll-tts and C"I''i' SYPHILIS, and all other diseases arising in the

published in the Pcnsacola G.I/C-MO \Vitli Domestic and Plrrr (;nods.I'enttnla.Februtm improper use: of MERCURY.
Vain, 1 IVward child of empire fay, : once a I.:: .
work for the ; 7. IS'.'1'tlr.N01'CI> As a general depuratiye article, or clransorof
Arc nil thy playthings snatched away 1 space of two months, citing and -'
To Nancy Brantley defendant in a blood remedy possesses invaluable powers ; it
admonishing the said John Davis and all improves the appetite, and has Also the remarkable!
Wi.rre may the wearied eye repose I other persons interested or claiming to be j suit in Chancery, depending in eflVct of depriving the siin of that JJMow biliuui
4 IX weeks after
: of the
When gazing on the great : 1 t I interested in the said Louisa; : Crannm) alias'I the:, Jackson {Superior Court, fc f 3 ditors; ,) shall: applv! (tci as the one lion. Judge largest of cre-the tint, which is ao coRimon in bilious constitutions.J. .

Where neither guilty glory glows, : Eliza Jane, to bo and appear before tbe Florida.fBlAKi Countyuurt of Jackson"County! for, letters of Ad- ALBRIGHTi'liiladtlphia.
Nor state 1 Court the inuifetiatiuxi, on the citato of :Seth:; S. Lang-ton, duceacd.
despicable -
at next term thereof to he \liolden The
: NOTK r.. that I shall on the frt Monday 'proprietor( in offering his "' COLUMBIA: !
, Yes-one-the firpt-the last-the lest- at the Court House in the City of PIlS ill rul a ti. of April' in tit- presentear, jit 'anloi;, illViJ"C.k : SVUUP" to the public, famishes It few of ihe me -
West .. .! 1 AJ'ili-uii.i! r///I R. -I-.. .1. THOMAS OltMAX.v r 111
The Cincinnatus! of the ; on the first Monday of 1Jaylelf.. tn & CoU"f- euuune, April i"trl, 1? 1+r. .nine. |
demolitions: 01 George: ChiiMian l Wright: $irc.le e many nuts superior remedial powers liS him
Whom envy dares to hate, l>ooo tiicir cl'-im to tho quill COliJUn' woman, 1 K'u-e Aaron I.it'imgsion: : Joshua Sloane: : ; Jame AT CHAMIIKKS by respectable persons iisiding: in different given
Bequeathed the name of!Washington, and to answer to the bill of complaint herein IJattell, Daniel) Horry, Charles Gee, James McMil : County Court, t file United States, as a jugl! merit due to partsof the
To make man blush there was but one." ]lan, and continue from+ cI\'lo, day, until the same are County ; April, 1530.ItUL''P.t.U J same, as well as being the means conveving to

Ridtmond L'nyuistr.rl. filed.A true copy from the Record. complete' ; to be read as evidence in the suit depending :: ( That the following per- I slieir fellow creatures who are similarly afilicted a

=: = a; l1/v ( e111 I am eoniilajianl]' ; and sons ho appoinifd' : Managers of an i sure, speedyand effectual rf.'medV-n"8re. that

I W. Ilasell limit, ,\oii ire deli udant.Gen : Election, to be held} on ,the t first Monday ot : many medicines are at this time distributed about
From Hood's Comic Melodies. I Clerk''c Coiirf. West Flu ; uuJcr mv hand this day; of February, l.-IJO.::: c I the country, held forth to cure diseases,
Supr. ) iIa. June next, for the choice: of two persons to j whioh upon
Jonathan LI- ttley'. I they have not the slightest influence, some
LIEUTENANT: LL'rr.AB 2Ith---52-tf) :i I represent he county of Ecambia: : in the I of which they had tried previous! to the use of the

YOU that are fund of wine, Notice. &February next Legislative Council; fur this Territory. I syrul as may be seen l hy their own Aitestamns.j .

Or any other fluff, of Florida I At the Court House, i ii Pinsaeola : j\ The medicine is so highly reputed by some ot the
LL perfci.s iudrbtfd to the l'f: '5.COJ.AI Territory physicians for the cure of various diseases, that to
Take warning hy the dismal: fate \. G.\ZETTJ.:: OFFICE: for SuliM-iiption, Adiiiid \- Western District ...-nporiop Court \ John Jerrisort( 1 il'., J lNTl! .uonifdy, John I .the proprietor's own knowledge, ten gentlemen of

Of one Lieutenant: LufT. Hrtis l.g lob Pi iuting, are pie&tid to make ;I i A. Dehlois. I jAt the medical faculty were induced to tty it in diseases -

A oher man he might have been I' immediatp payment. E cambia County. i!, J tliK iluicf .,'l.ta Lourgr, Navy i to which they themselves had been subject,

Except one regardlie January J 13th, 1830. ---- FALL TlfflM[: lS.,,9. \i! Yard :- \i and)laxly found residing great in Allentown benefit from N.its J. use whose<< ; one ilis.M.Imiori Itcui -

did not like soft water, i irs : Jeiemiali. 111'i'tlkw' Tlcna.s: ; < Con i was tlireiitcnod br
William nlllIJWJld, ) I .: .lnlyrs, I a !severe siltacli of liver complaint -
So be took to drinl.in; hard. V I Public Notice Footer S. CIJ'lI'U:?!n. I ( which Lath' previously! resisted liiionu treat

Ifniry Dai !. ) At i/r Ili Jit .' I meat, was! in the course! of a few weeks restored
I (: ; Said he, let others! fancy flop[:', I Is licivby G in N I to the enjoyment perfect health
: s race: \ViiiofAtfnrlimrr.t hrs i..un1. ', Alkn OscatAt '
;ilrnt's SiluiHii
1lii : [ iJllpon, ;
And talk in l'rLi.c of tya, I to tl>.- Supeiior Cruit of I IScsinii: II i .1111/: $ rl'iili, ? 'J'I iA'J' tlli..ul! isab'! '''11 in- C. 1'1.. I The accounts which have been received from
But I 13uhenr! tittited I.... hme.'U in the I e.I i,cuis in dirVorLiit parts of the L'nion .
am no an I j 4 ia ( OUllt)'. rf.ii.J: I\n.' anil I nil oti f" ) i iI ij rt !>!- it at'ai > speaking of
fi() do not like Bofua j ft], ate ht-rtby; iiotitl! d to ,'l'rt'' : 1r and t,lead to the : rilli./ 'n: 0'Jr..( ..'t. \ 'upTior y'ou... t. r.Miiiihai : : : I tin; J!(j/SC n f W'tll'am rl'l'.lond, the :vood oflVcts produced by the syrup, are sufllei.nl -
Dc"d..ra1ioll. i ia !i 'ytii\; Tl.e 11vludlllt and all oii, i I"'I.I" i !:; ii- lmd: .>;idl' of j'srU/nl.ia; ''. r :- to compile ILt this time an octavo volume of

If wine's a poi.on, so iste-i: I .'!'IL'ueh]: ;! Llh? Ii O,--t i ( i f-n'-teil, ;ire hereby rc'i'tiioJ to :appear and l pi! ,id ty I V/i'liam' ; DiiuniiiustJ); Jotdj: ( ;tines, liter( upwards of Iwo humped pages to enumerate all:
T !ouch in another hapc! ; the! lleel.iratiuji.I tliu t urt-s

V/a-it matter whether one is! killed I I \ i', icola, January Eih,1'3O---.1i? ; ) \\ IIbll 1111 I Thc dose of the Columbian Syrup "

By canister: or grope 1 .orfiCH Hii : I AnfitJ/iwscflfll. L. Ccfton 1;est -oid I ciuisly propoili+ iiMl, ami adajittu" to the, are age judi and

rip : frainiiet Gate I of-I Ilscatnbiit I'fI'I I,I ilpl'gth of i.'je: human yjsii-m. It is so' pen fectl'
According to this kind of taste: Jl 'I': Underpinned: i ha.* fonsiitiited nnd appointed' 11. L. Cotton, (' : : TJi't'ly' ; j1kinI! I ;.IIUn.C'ut, that no evil elec: s need be apprehended

Did he indulge his (IrouthAnd I ADAM: CORDON< I !':s(1. j[ Keeps) oonstai'tlv! on luind a choice "111. I It hoot ma)it,be wilt-it given tnl.cn without iccablj any )apprehension' tu ilic! diictd'oiis.to the

being fond of port, he ma Jo Attorimj al IMW 1 sdoctionof ; At the lIlIllSC of 1J.. 7rriiff, Jad ;{I, most ti-tuiei infant or feeble adult.

Aport-hi4eOf his month! ;! 1 ll-ut 1 r : MEIMCAL HJo.C'JI U'H' TUttYOTlCr:.

A single; pint he night have: !Dipped., I AM: ) I j GROCERIES.COHsistillg" John Il'iiif: F. J.! llarn-un; Jo.:(';:!h ForTinictliy Having t CCOHll!;f'IHh'cI the use cf J. .A lbrihgt'

And not beenut of sorts; 1.1. :. 'COLUMBIAN: SVUUP" in lilY own private practicefor
N. S. I'AUMANTIU : his A-jor.l.s iIH1tturnl''s
; J-"q.; :: of nearly two and witnessed
having its decided
In the rock} i i (Si kllt't1.) years
geologic phra-e,
.\ in f.ict: in dies: pl.itf. '; {,rior Li1n slurs I eilicacy in many cases which had previously
llJ ,
He split:: upon, was quart ; Twite-hell resisted the usual remedies I now with much plea
\\ I JIH l I'll Himt.i ,
: !; Ttas, 1 suie gne mv testimony in its favour, and will quote
To" }hold the mirror up to vico J't!II ::f'tlla. 1..t 1' .l rlltIV. I:-o-.n-i./Il:: h I Pn $;d'n.if Jit dire/ 1'ncinbia Ccvntv. n ti:w of the most remarkable cures performed \l1y
r$ I
With him \\'a hard, alas --, -- ----- ISA tne same which!! came under my notice.
I r.1 : AH J eEl.: niv, CI.M'.K.! :
The worse for"inc !he oi t'n8, ; Territory oft'idtt! J.. ;}"'C(.;, :Mr. John Iittcklt'i !son' Abingtou township

Hut not '. }before a :glass':: !" I 1 Western: Ui:". rict, tlp})",rior (JynrtJiu'ksou. ;. .1', 'r('::/ Flour II .:r ,_l l'\'rnto. ,T of. Florida.U' I !I null Montgomery tluoat: and county violent, P.i. inflammation ulceration ll of of the the mouth eyes

No kind and prudent fiicnd he haj J Ilunis, &r. &c.Viiiei J / ...// rn h.t." /let, :S.-y* i'lor Cfiirt, EscctmliuCam urea! disease had des'roved! the soft parts of the
To hid him drink no ni'ire ; \i I tin oat androcfof the mouth that it laid bare
U cc. TERM 1 lb2U. \ ,,; he (.ft: -r- (f..r: -;'h' on the mo'i ;accotiiriota- : ;!'/.
The chequers in his cour.o IVn-.ii-i.la.: I the: [bones and ma.lf its way into the nose.-:\hs.I .
only Jonathan ) lin: :! t"im!. AI-'n. a sun': int'nieC..fF Al'rillGth. If30. -

Were at a tavern door( TS firaittlry \ IX CIIAXCKKV.aniy : t: \J it\ .'\a l.'r tt: \, I Au lt'I'?i '\\- P. Siiiip:;; '';t'.". .t"In1.1.. Siiiin: t.ouadul'rs 1 >:* 'I Sct'i'tula Maiy Peterson, under, of which Wilmington she Ji.lJolretll1caJJy, lvl![ of confirmed three
\ ofJolu ::binij uu derdaud Julia | f
Full soon the sad fleets of this ? Druntlty. j I!j consistin i ) of C"leV.: ( 5TV. \ears. She had extensive scrofulous! ulcerations
An ApplitMtidii' ; for a Divoiro. j 1 ._ on the: left side of the neck down to her breast ; the

His frame began to "chew it appearing I' to the .--ilT-action: !; of the Court thai ;i Fancy CI j,,,irs, The unknown heir:: orr'pre>{ :-(liCs of J hrC'tst't'I'Y much enlarged ; her left arm swollen

for that old enemy the gut I tile di-tendant 1e.idt-i l mil i ..r tl.t' Teriitorx.i II iJhrefore I Ladies Work I-Iand Thomas J. \V .'rlie: ,!t..( toa"I.d!. _, .= and useless, und her head on the affected side re
Had taken: him in tor, ordered, tint: thi;< ca-e biei l l..r; lu-aiin; ;[ :.t I I I II.*> ,hy c-mime- the!. r,-!.! '!. :: -rtts by their counsel.B. dining on the shoulder, and violent pain in !her
ihe/: iie.it term of tin* (,'owl.It Tables rid motion system. General Thomas Sunder, of Rheumatic
And joined with this an evil came Dining I audit ::I'.t! ;.i'"i'\\y U tiies.itNihcli'nofihe ; ;
i is further ordered! that a copy pf tii! ;:: oid *r be court b.y :.lJl.ivf'lin': ;: !: \.'\ the unknoun ]legal;: affection of the head, followed by an obstruction of
tITt Of quite another sort, published' \ iu somvone: of ihe authorized neu.papersj I 1>'waits, &c. &c.At I heirs or n'ire'fi.tiM-|, : ,( !:! "I! 'il l.".maJ.. \\'rche! cie-! the nostrils ; scveie pain in the upper jaw, rutrnrl!

ijh For while he drank himself, his pure! | this Territory, fur three months surce::r-ivc-ly.I the: !New Yoik prices, to close a CotiMgnnient.Maich cea-ed. :are! not iIJI.l i !.; 1.:maI's.1: : : t.us 'I't'lritun It 1s tog from the nose over the check bones ; lie: cne ks

Was getting" something short." {U1)t.A. i-ott/ i 15, 1 1Jij3: --tf thereforeoniere.'l tCa: iiih.-!:! < ti.ev! :1l'i'l'.r' here on or exhibiting high state! of inflammation.-. Va.nilmc -
1 1 .November '. + lioiact of ulceration of the left nostril, obstruction -
: I hel Ire 11"! first :Moiul.'v of ; ne.xt iiid answer :
For want of cash he soon had pawned: (ills''. A 1'IUSH: : thjcoinj.l.ii'it til.h:; !hen in, the sang: will be ta- of the same ; loss of smell, difficulty of
1. Ate-13t; SUPPLY breathing, ;ulIl! severe( pain of the systeni,11x.t = .
One half that he possessed! ; ken for ronf-scd. aud tw! i.i.-.Ur.s: thereof decreed
Fashionable SUl\I IF.H CLOTHING I Musick's wife, son mid daughter; Mis. Musick of
And drinking chewed him duj'licaUs OF ailived and for jus accordingly.And iti I Chronic lt.t:; .timaiism. with which she had beenafliicted
Notice tale y the UndersignedCOJSISTJXG i is furthf-r ordered tl'l: ropy (*f this order
Beforehand of the rest. :1 I I 1'1\\ ants sixteen years ; her son ox'scaM
he in ori/t-d l
published Mime .t;: IICpal'f'r.: j : priited
So n"hi* creditors resolvedTo \wl'ck.tCt: d.tt. I shall apply to : o}.' in the 1)ictrictafurc. ;.i.J'i : r .t neeLfin1JurICUllth! : I.iad!, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the ..
SIX Black, Brown, und (uecn Hmnla7.een .surceiv i Bunt and d;,cliujje from the left ear.-Stephen
!'eizc on his ely.
assets presiding Ju>tic'i of the County Coatees and Frock Coats A true. Snarc's ton uf ni'lIs ailection: of the shin ; neatly
Tor why they found that his half pay Court of Lbcainbiu; County, for letters of ivte ropv GI.u. r. H\I.TZILL.: the whole! l'It the s'm hone was destroyed, together
Angola riica&kian and French ,
Linen do
Did not half-pay his debts. Administration on the estate. of with w ( //;. S. (j-. Itt). r. With maH' f>( the! snnller Lones of' (the foot.-Mrj

t Juan FernandezDeceased A. r;:011I'\1". S./'r. i J.ur.es :;M'Minn: ui' liver rcmplaint: and asthma
But LufTc'.ntrived a novel memo ofJACKETS. -- ..-- ; which I.e had! 1Ij'1\; al'alil I! of' nine t t';U;.-:Mis. Mver

HH creditots to chouse:: Manuel Gonzalez. Johnat'm: Iirantlcv-Compl.iinuut.Nancv : .{i I of Ulc"1 dh',1 sore mouth and throat, and her daugli

For his own trtcut'um: he Pcnsacoln, March (jth, 1830-U-tf Fine, plain, and frilled I.nen shirts! ; Black Ital. : u. is Cu\cr.n': ,;! tcr ofsciofula. Besides the diseases, above eon
__ ;cn craviiis and stocks: ; silk packet baI. Ikerchtel-: Pri'ith-v, Pefeiulant: I|I inerateil, 1 1 preset robed the Syrup with grr/tl: success
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his house
Put in'o own silk amid cotton Musieiy ; lil-ick: house skin, He.ivfi ; rS I lUS: daye.-iiiietlieeonipl.iinanlby:( his Counsel!, i,) mercurial cases nnd+ secondary syphilis

A pistol, to the muzzle churged, 1 t Public Notice and linen (;II's' ; sill., collou( and Worsted' suspenders ,B. nnd it :.1'--Snug; to th.- Court by the arfidavit I'i in giving; this testimony of the merits of the
1 Ho took devoid of fear, 1 ; I.hdhill' and seal hats of fine ; of'hmle1'! fcl-'U.ut. tlUt the defendant resideout: I Co'utubMii: Syrup" I have dnesti-d' my language
/ JS HEREBY GIVEN:: latest pith .quulics .I of the District and Terntniy, and has not answered I I cr.tiie'y: of technical terms, the better t... he under-
Said he, this barrel is last, pad fashion, a general rl'l', ofBOOTS
my" Jos'ph Y. Cruzut, ) THAT this mil has beer t I the bill of eoniplaint ilied in ttau-e. It i is therefore i Jcrsiood by those: to whom it is intended to toiivry
f So now for my last bier. VS. I I iusiituicd by attaclnnent in ordered l, that unless! :said defendant l appear' hero, ,I itclicfis.. The length of time the di,cases have

Carlos De pliers, > the SupeiioV Covet Lam on or.before the second Monday of June next, and 1 l>ecn dissipated: convinces me, that the cures lire
t Against: his lungs.he aimed his slugs, Admiuistrator of | bia County. The defendant i 4a ANDSHOES .tIl4 answer the complainant's hill herein, the saute; shall I I ,ervtan<'Nl, and) it may with propriety! be said, .thai
And not against his brain; Carlos De yilliert.J aud all other persons interested ffc he taken for confessed( nsainst her, and tho matters itS healing qualities rank it among the first icme-

So he blew out his lights, and none are hereby required to appear, and plead to therein decreed accordingly. dies[ of the present day.
+ Could blow them in again this .Ieclal arion. J. O'Neill. And it i is further ordered that :a ropy of this and the JOHN 1. 1A YW Eli, M D.

t I'enacoha May 12th, 1SQO.-14tf. foregoing order, be published in some newspaper of Philadelphia, March 5, 1828.
A jury for the verdict met, Public this District, once a mouth for four months successively -
NoticeIS The above mentioned Medicine ran be procured
And gave! it in these terms .
at (three dollars per quart bottle of the Subscribed
44 We find as how as certain slug UEREJIY Notice.T A true copy from the minute
GIVEN, S. BRYAN: Cfrrt.Maiiana. who will exhibit to nny person applying, the, certificates

Has bent him to the 1DOTm" Pedro Sans } THAT this suit has been insti-" III snlHcriher intends leaving this place for the ; .Jackson County, W.-D. F. of cures alluded to by Doctor iMayweg.Vanbaun .

A.. rs. toted by attachment in the Supe IS'oilhon the 1st of May next ; and on e mure i March 2l lIth[, 8stJ.: &> Wilson.Pen ) .

EPITAPH. Lorenzo Teresa Bru Bru,and \The nor\ Defendant Court, Escamhia:: and all other County.p -r. request all persona indebted to the late firm of I Tiios.; llaltzell. Complt's Attorney. .'\cola. 16th January. 1E9. .

The written '' Filown Bru. J sons interested are heiehy Ilaines & Gates ) Is CuAnccnr --- -
following epitaph was by I i iif I reijuir I Johnathan Draulloy, Coaipl't. on
ed to appear and plead) to thcOeduralion. himself 7"S. application for DiX FOR S.AI E.Tnp. .
or to whose
Lord Byron in the 1807. ( note* or accounts have fccromti:
year l 1).nlaroJa Oct. :SOil, 189-39t(. :
t I due) In make immediate 'Jlovetioilu :JILC'Y Rrantley. ))Irt. ) vorre.B +
Epitaph on John Adams,of Southvtll, a tarritr, who not avail themselves: of this painent.notice, mu.-t u/,i I T appeal. ing to the satihf.irtion of Court that the Schooner CHARLSS: ACTS x
:- ... died of drunkenness. I Hugh Casety, Complainant, pl.iiu\ if they find their accounts i in the hands of eom- a defendant resides out of the Territory-it is therefore : DN, a-* she now lies! at Mr. John Gard 1
Yard Uavou Mulatto said vessel i jt abuiit
u. Is ClIANChRV.: the ner's Ship :
ordered for
for that this s'lit be bet hearing at
of the Attorney collection.
lies here of SouthwellA
Adam parish I
John Allen &, Lewis, Defts. ) next term of this ('wort. lIt) ton burthen. The Hull to be sold separate f.:'
carrier, who carried his can to hN mouth well ; Samuel Gates. together with cables, anchors, sails, rigging, anda
t JT appearing to the Court that the D.-fi'lIIli\nts are It i. further ordered that a copy of this! order be pub-
( He rarritil so much, and he carried so fast, not reMdents of this Distriet, and they having IVnsacola, March 15,1630 3---tf. li..hed(l in some one of the fiuthoiibcd newspapers for large inventory of furniture.

lie could carry no more so was carrel last ; failed to answer the bill of ('complaint' this (:a c-it i three months suecesshely. ALSO, i

: For the liquor he, drank being too much J for one, is therefore I ordered that unless the said Defendant NOTICE. A truo copy from the minutos. The Sloop jPSEBE: about 3rt 3 tons burthen '
appear here on or before the second Monday in June S. DRYAllerk, well known in the lick trade, well found with cables
'til lie could not carry off--Ao now he's cam-on. next and answer! the complainant's, hill heroin, the Gpllh r:..1.) : Subscriber he is the publicly notifies nil pfrgcnsItiht Mariana, Jackson County, W. D. F. anchor and ship furniture. This vessel wmbuilt +
) v- same will be taken for confuted: against them, and proprietor and owner March 0th, J8M.: in the bay of Motile; of the best of materials
of -j'-rLiiu Wltarf
I "Why, dear me, Mr. Longwallow said the matters tJlt'rco1\lecrecti accordingly.l And it i is neat :the mouth of Bayou hUll! Carpcniets'Mulatto Shop, situated with all Thos. Baltzoll, Compl'ts.' Attorney. and carries about 12,000 bricks. "'
further ordered that a copy of thin order be publisher together The sails rigging, &c., can be seen at the subscri
a good lady, "how can you drink down a Ihe building mat''rials in said Shop, j\nd an unfinished SALE
II.( in some public newf-puper of this District for four FOR ber's !store, and if not sold with the vessel, they \\ill
whole quarrof that are dreadful hard cider months successively i ,once a week.A vssel lying at said Wharf. And he herebywarns Iota suit .
r 1 1t all\ A FIRST rate Bar r 23 88.95 tons, built in C he sold in to
t i ( at a single draught 1" As sonn ns the man true copy from the minutes. Gardner or persona any other against individual buying of from the abovementioned John j\L necuh County of the best materials, lentil purchasers.N.. II. Allen; j

I could breathe again: he replied, 'I beg pardon S. BRYAN, Clerk. any I 63 feet, breadth! 15 feet 4 inches, depth! 2 feet<< 9
property for Edward L. Broievt and
Mariana, Jackson County, W. U. F. Agent
inches will be cold low for cash or an
1 madam, but upon my soul it was so hard Murrh 30th I IHWI.Thot. : :\ Jeremiah R. I-I. Smith.April note, apply, to approve Thomas' Jefersan l3rinrR.Fcnetoela .

I could net bite it off."-Daily Chron. Ualtzell: Coiujjl'ts Attorney. I Ut 1630
4 -6-3t. -r\ nATJN & WILSON. April 20th.--&- If.
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