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: June 5, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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PMISTEDtHCLY, applicable to the stock in the hands of small would speedily biing about all tho evils rious parts of the Union, similar to those But the {patronage resulting from the: up*
PROPRIETORITHLlsHni : holders. It is only when the character of which so fatally affected the credit of the Go- now established by the Bank of the Cnited pointment-the annual appointment time
the hunk is fully established; and when its meut and tho nation11 I currency, during the I. States, and co-extensive with them. The agents, great as it would doubtless be, would
OF TilE LAWS stock assumes a steady value, that these descriptions late war with Gnat Britain. \Vt' 3hould be II I I J great object of furnishing a national currency be insignificant and harmless,when comparedwith 1 i
nittd FtatcffCml cf the Tirritory cf Florida.: of persons make investments' in it. again driven to the same miserable round 01'1 1:, could not be accomplished, with an approach that which would result from the dis- i
===_: -=- -== It is morally certain therefore, that, if financial expedients, which, in I little ii j I to uniformity, without the agency of such pensation of bank accommodations to the
TERM: l : I another distinct institution were created, on t j I than two years, brought a wahl1conw! : ; n-: branches; and another object second only in standing amount of at least fifty million* of I
:: .i.IRs per annum, in advance, if pay the expiration of the present charter there tv almost to the very brink of a duclte.: ua- iinpoitancfl to the one just stated, the extension dollars The mind almost' instinctively
'" afrrred fix months, SIX DOLLAUS would be a much greater portion of its capitol li'MMl banknpvv, ,;I1J! pl-ioc the Government of the commercial facilities of brink shrinks from the contemplation of an idea so I
..' rt.,1'limed. subscribed by men of large;: fortunes, thanis completrh at tho mercy of speculating accommodations} to tin different parts of the : ominous to the purity of the Government
3iUi'rtis,'rnl'n1s inserted con!'pirnou-ly at ONK now owned<<1 by persons of this description, stockjobbers. I Union, could not be at all effected} ] without. and! NoGovernt'I
IMiU.AK for rvory fourteen lines o r less, file of the stork of the United Slates' Bank. In-I I '-- The committee feel warranted: by tin- such agency. If there should bo simply; a : m('n I
tlip first in* n.and FIFTY CENT .for. each deed, it m'r' 5 i hp> confidently predicted that past-- experience of the country in exprossingitsistheirdeiibersitoojiimon.'ha'.X.i I i great! central' bank established at the seat of,1 knowledge, except, perhaps, the despotism any I
r.:1ti'1l1tnr-lonef: nnpt\ the nmo nil*" the large capitalists who now holds: stock in j i ), i a period .; government, without branches to < onnect its of Ru sin;+, was ever invested with a patronage t
------ ------ bank would from their local of the financial resources of chic coon :! : !
that with
-- = -- -------- position war, operations m the various points ol"the ;:t once so prodigious in its influence and ,
Bank of the United States. and other ad vantages:' be the first to forstall( try could no*. be drawn into Hlicieut operation ;, commerce of the Union, the promise to pay so dangerous in its character. In the most i
ho subscriptions[ to the new bank, while the! without: the aid of a natiOI.tlIMUk. doll' t: specie for its notes, whenever presented, : desperate financial extremities, no other European i t
HOUSE OF REF : ESENTATIVES.APHII. small stockholders, scattered over the country that the local banks would certainly resort 10 :' veulJ! ho alm..-t par: lY nominal. Of what government has ever ventured upon
13, 1 1830. would be probably excluded, and the females a suspension: of specie payment*. The max co'scqicr: : <>ld it be to a merchant or an experiment so perilous. If the whole t},i
I and minors and others, interested) in im is true in modern times that i I ,,, I 'J
Mr MD .flie, from the Committee of Ways eminently pl.nur: :/ !i. : ;rm. or a manufacturer or patronage of the English monarchy were f
an'' ;Ms'iv AJHC'I: the subject had been ''I trust investments: made: hy decree in equity, mciifty is the sinew of military power. lu I! 'farht+'r of 1i.t.. .' I., '! he could obtain specie concentrated in the hands of tne American ,1 1
referred, made the followingKEPORT ould be almost necessarily excluded, as the this view of the subjert, it does appear to the for bilk; of the ..sMir I Bank, on urcn'iiting* Executive, it may be well doubted whether !
I I sanction of a court could scarely I I.be obtained, committee, that no one of the rtistrtii!ions of! them a'' tin riv; ; t Washington place the public liberty would be so much cndarvgeied i
: after the passago of the new act of incorporation the country, not excepting the army or navy, wholly un'''+;jwr.tr.l: I with either Louisiana; by it as it would by this vast pecuniary
The Committee of Ways and Means, to in time to authorize a subscription.To \ is of more vital importance th-iu; a n Biondi : or \1atn(. byy\: sort of canUllel d.II intercourse I j machine, which would place in the hands of
lrI'ln: tras refer: rctso: murk of the J/e.- destroy the existing bank, therefore, bank.;\ It has this decided advantage over I and whet, consequently' those bills I j every administration fifty millions of dollars, '.
sage of the President as relates to the after it has rendered such signal services to the army and navy; while they are ofsc. rcely would never come in the regular course of': as a fund for rewarding political partisans
Bank ri fReport the United States, beg leave to the country, merely with a view: to incorporate any value except in war, the bank is not less trade ? A promise to Iuav:! specie; : at a {place A II Governments have found it expedientto 1
: another, would be an act lather of cruelty useful than either of them in uar, and i is almost :. so remote from the pl.ioof circulation, and place the public Treasury under the i
(co-rcLcnrD-) and caprice, than of justice and wisdom, as eminently useful in peace. It has where the bills would never come but at a euaidiaiiship of a high and confidential officer i
Ifa national h'nk, similar to the present, as it regards the stockholders. I It is another still If t; like tht
}present greater.
for the : +,reat expense, and for the sole. purpose of aided, in the enforcement of a rigid reSponsibility -
1 bC'it neotssary;: and proper agent accottiplitoneut no light matter to depreciate the propel ty of army oi navy, it aliotilu cost tho nation millions lining presented: for payment, wou'd' m-ither: by a system of checks and II
of the great purposes hereto- individuals honestly obtained and annually to sustain it the eounei -
} usefully expediency CfO'lil the
give to notes rhea K-
nor r.jMv.-k'! as IKI <, operating all the subordinate
fore ,indicated, the only remaining question employed], to the extent of five millions six I of the expenditures' might, be doubled. But, I I effective check upon I excessive i inuo.: Whatever officers concerned: in upon collecting and disbursing
to he whether the charter of hundred thousand dollars and the when it the Governmentand -
would seem !: propertyof actually saves to ; '
t credit such ha\" distance the
notes might '
at a public revenue. Such is our
stockholders! should he renewed the Government the extent of mil the the owo
to to committee have
the one as
present country,
I from the Ip-! ,or a new.set of stockholders incorporated. lion four hundred thousand dollars, purely heietofore attempted to show, more millions
because they WIG redeemable;: at the pleasure officer of the Treasury, much less in thogdthat i
In considering this qHPstion, Congress I fur the sake of change-lt would indicate a annually than are expended ill snpporlinL'!
of the hl'l"er-1'01" such! would) nut ho ate subordinate in the
will, of course, Sf I guverne'J in some decree, fondness for experiment, which a wise Government both thin army and navy, it would seem appropriation of f fa 'J
stockholder the fact ; but principally because; of tin1 till i- :single; : dollar: of the public moncy.H No 1
by the tt'rms on which the present will not indulge upon slight consi that, if there was any one measure of national ...
mutc: 1'responsi'! If? the '!Il\"(" nt11+"::1', money ran he drawn from the Troasir\ 4but I
of their
will ;agiee to accept a renewal derations.But policy, which all t the political parties
upon -
of their being receivable 'in of rill. in of .!
charter. But as the committee have satisfactory the great injury which would result ol the country should be brought to uniteby I payment cor.sequence" appropriations ir e by ,
dues to the would law.; How far these
Treasury. They rest wise and :
reasons for believing that terms cmi- from the refusil: of Congress to renew the t the impressive lessons of experience is that I ,. pr tent: : :
I therefore almost the -aft g-u1trcls and this constitutional barer "
precisely same;
nrnily advantageous to the Government can charter of the present bank, would, (beyondall of maintaining national brink. upon ,
obtained, they will proceed to some other question, be that which would result to It is dun io the pf'r50ns.vl1o, for ihe last I basis of credit: ns the i paper money oi'o'ir would be prostrated by, }placing not only the /
Revolution! the ;ii!" :; the
inquiries.! What then, could be the rffec( the! community at large. It would he (JiffiI en years, have been concerned in the id- I } public ai I
F ran'e, and tin Tie-siiiy i : notes1 of the late disposal of some hundreds of bank directors
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of refusing to renew the present chatter tilt to estimate the extent of the distress ministration: of the hank, to sate; thai they I
And, in the first place, what are the induce. a hit h would naturally and necessai ily result have }performed the delicate and difficult I war. These were receivable in dischargeof in various parts of the Union, is a very +
debts due to tl e Treasury and the Government trrave question for the consideration of
nicnts for pursuing: that course 7 from the sudden withdrawal! of more than trust committed to them, in a such a manner, i' :
It i is sometimes alleged that the present forty millions! of credit, which the community as, at the Siunu; timr.to accomplish the great I was; of course ultimately responsible House '
stockholders are large capitalists, and as the now enjoys I horn the bank. But this wouldnot nation ends for which it was: established foT their p-tymont ; yet the two former Our own experience has demonstrated 1 I
stock of the bank is some 20 per cent above be the full extent of the operation. TheBank and promote the permanent: interest ol time II depreci par, that a renewal oi the charter would be : of the United: States, in winding: up its stockholders, wilt\ the le.ist!, piactitablu pres- I though hearina_ intPiest, sunk) to 20 per cent the community indebted to the Government 1 l
j below :*. But tier notes of a central Government It was a deep conviction of this that
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equivalent to a grant to them of 20 per cent. concerns, would not only withdraw its own uie. upon the local banks. As far as the ;
upon their capital. It is true, that a small paper from circulation, and call in its debts, committee are enabled to form an opinion, i I I'-mlv! without branches, 'vould. he induced Congress to abolish the system of I'
proportion' of :the capital of the company belongs but would unavoidably make such heavy from careful (inquiry] the h.mk: has been liberal \ subject to depreciation from/ a cause which credit sales in the disposition of the public a altuls.
to VCI y wealthy men. Something draughts on the local institutions for specie, l and indulgent in its dealingsih; these constitutes a tonchis1': ; (. objection: such an Congress has been compelled to ;
owned in the institution. Tlu-rc iN.11!,(nothing to limit yield to the pressing importunities of the i iw
of that I
moro than two millions as very greatly to curtail their discounts. institutions, and, with scarcely an exception,
United States belongs to persons holding upwards The pressure upon the active, industrious, now stands in the most amicable relation to I i cxcrssirc ;SSlllS but the discretion and prilI purchasers of those lands, by granting them j
of OIK hundred thousand doll is also true, that foreigners own seven millions on the facilities of bank credit, would be tre- the most disinterested: aid unequivocal testi- Human( wisdom! has never Myvised any adequate ; some millions of the debt. What, then, I'
or one-fifth of the capital. But on the mendous. A vast amount: of property would mony in 'favor ot the hank.It security against the excessive i issues, would be the situation of the Government, ;!
other hand it is to he remarked, that the Government change hands at half its value, passing under is but strict justice also to remark, (hot in trust for the people cf tho United the hammer from the merchants, manufacturers the direction of the mother bank appears to papei but its actual, and easy, and prompt the country, and'due to it from the most i '
States, holds seven millions ; that persons !, and farmers, to the large moneyed have abstained with scrupulous care, from convertibility! into specie at thc pleuMire of artiv, i.'ntes t'rising, and influential classes of i
owning less than fiv thousand dollars capitalist, who always stand ready to avail bringing the power and influence of the hank the holder. Experience has shown that, the community/ Nothing that has not hap- ,
each, l holds four millions six hundred and themselves of the pecuniary embarrassment to bear upon political que ions> and to have where the paper of a bank is by any means ;r-rncd can be more certain, than that every I' :
eighty two thousand! ; & \flat persons owning) of the community. The large stockholdersof selected; for the direction of the various habitually: circulated at places remote from 'mfilOOraUp"idcitwlc( ;: in trade every pev t. f ;
between five and! ten thousand dollars each the present bank the very persons whose? branches, business men in no way connected the point where it is issued, and not connected nod of commercial distress and embarrassment t
hold upward of three millions. It is ulso present lawful gains it would be the object of, with party polit ts. The committee advert A'iih it by a Il rular cumiM-TCI: ;a l intercourse would! give rise to importunate and ; .
worthy of remark, that a very considerable some to cut off, having a large surplus money I;i to (this part of the conduct of the directors, there will not exist that easy and ..1 1 morons cnlls, for indulgence, and for an.njutlicious I
portion of the stock, very nearly six millions, capital thrown upon their hands would Lethe not only with a view to its rommendationbu' prompt convertibility which is so essential extension of (}discounts, which ntr I
is held by trustees and guaidians, for the use very first to speculate upon the distresses for the purpose) of expressing tlieirstrong and I I Ito the credit ,,f bank paper. When the 'ministration{ would l have the firmness to !
Qf females and uiphan children and charitable of the community, and build up princely fortunes decided conviction; that the usefulness and bink bills are confined to their appropriate u-sist. EVI)" one has witnessed the firgen. f i .i 1 i 5
and other institutions. Of the.twenty upon the ruins of the industrious and stability of such an institution will materially! sphere of circulation, redundant issue is certainly ,y iiI;(1 unanimity with which the reprcsen'I ,
eight millions of! the stock which is owned by activo classes. On the other hand, the females 1{ depend upon a steady and undeviating- and immediately followed by a run tatives\ of tne States intlebtedor( publicT "':
individuals, only three millions four and fifty and minors, and persons in moderate i I herence to the policy of excluding party politics upon the hank for specie. This timely admonition l lands! have presented tIle claims of their!& I j jens ;
three thousand is now held by the original, circumstances, who hold stock in the institution t and political partizans from all participation : is as useful to the bank as it is to / for indulgence and remission, must bo .
subscribers. All the rest has been purchased would sustain an injury, in no degree! I in its management. It i is gratifying the community, for it enables the directorsto sni; >f fied, that if the citizens of all the States j ij
at the market prices-a large portion of mitigated by the general distress of the com I to conclude this branch of the subject by avoid, with unfailing certainty, an excess should become indebted muck more largely '> i.i
it, probably, when those prices were higher.I '11lunl1Y.I I stating, that the affairs of the present hank, equally injurious to both, and which no 1m- for bank: loansthc Government would scarcely I j)
than at present. Most of the investments! :I A very grave and solemn question will be under the able, efficient and faithful guidance !| man sagacity could! anticipate or prevent, by have, any faculty; for resistance: when appeals t
made by wills, and deeds, and d"clel'\i'm : presented! to Congress! when they come to of its two last Presidents and their associates, I calculation 1I1'rcly.Vhate"cr, therefore for indulgence; should come from s l J
equity, for the use ol females and minors :I decide upon; the expediency of renewini tho j I have been brought from a state of great em- a system of bank calculation, prc"cntlthe: I quarters of the Union, sustained: by tho ;JI
arc believed to have been made when the i|! charter of the present bank.: That institu- 1 j barrassment into a condition of the highest reflux of redundant issues, necessarly destroys strong plea public distress and embarrass-' t ;..t.
stock was greatly above !par. From the brief lion has succ,-ried in carrying the country I! pr sperity. Having succeeded in 'restoring the only adequate security against I ment. .1, f t
analysis, it will appear that there is nothingin {'a(I through the painful process necessary to cureI : the paper of tho local banks to a sound state |! these injurious and ruinous excesses. The policy of extending indulgence to tne i
the character or situation of the stockholders which should make it desirable to ;,! cy. The nation, after having suffered the | directors in extending the issue and circula\ I would t>e obnoxious to another objection, loans to the community, would,in the natural i
deprive them of the advantage which they ::i almost convulsive agonies of thi necessary i ion of its paper so as to satisfy the want: of which could not be obviated. Its loans course of things become tho favorite 1
have fairly gained, b.y.UI application of their j J I!i remedy, is now restored to perfect health. ; the community, both, as it regards bank accommodations would be confined to the District of Columbia theme of those who.aspired to popular favor. :l .
capital to purposes highly beneficial, as the} '''t'tIn this state of things, it will be for our con- ; and a circulating medium.i .- ; or, if extended to the various parts of Political parties would come to be divided
committee have attempted to slit W, to the I.,I gross to dccido whether it is the part of wis- i Upon the soundest principles of banking, the the Union-to say nothing of the inconvenience upon the question of observing towards tho
Goveinineut and people of the United ;''darn I to expose the country to a degree of.I J I very ample resources of the institution would to which it would expose those at a public debtors a strict banking policy, indis-
Siatcs. li foreigners own seven millions of suffering almost equal :o that which it has already justify the directors in granting accommodations distance who obtained accommodationsthey pensable to the maintenance of specie payments
the stock of the bnnk our Government owns .I, suffered, for the purposo of bringing to a much greater extent than they havo would be unavoidably granted without on the one h.lndf or a liberal govern I
as much : if wlhhmfn: own more than back that very derangement of the currency, yet done : and though they have increased any knowledge of the circumstances of the meat policy, necessarily involving a suspension
two millions, men m-moderate circumstances which has been remedied by a process, as the circulation of their paper from four anda persons upon whose credit the Government of specie payments, on the other.-
own between seven anti eight millions, and necessary as it was distressing. half to fourteen millions, since January would depend for re-payment. It would, And when it itt i considered that the whole
widows, orphans and institutions devoted lithe bank of the United States were destroyed 1823, they arc ready and willing to increase in fact, be, for all useful purposes, a, mere class of debtors, always the most numerous:; .
to charitable and other purposes) own nearly and the local institutions left with- j it still further, by discounting bills of exchange District Bank. and active portion of the community, would
"I turtBons i i out its restraining influence, the currency and other business !paper. It is believed These views of the subject have broughtthe be naturally in favor of increasing bank issues 1
But the objection that the stock is owned would almost certainly relapse into a slate of, that the discounts and issues of the institution committee to the conclusion that if a and extending bank indulgences; it can<.
by mea of large capital, would apply with bias' undness. The very pressure which tho are now actually limited by the Government Bank should be established, it scarcely be doubted that specie payment
sjt li if not force, to any bank that present bank, in winding up its concerns, want of applications resting upon these, tho would have at least as many branches as the would be suspended in the first great Pecuniary .
could organized.greater In tho very nature ofthings would make upon the local institutions; would only substantial\ and safe foundations( of bank Bank of the United States, and probably a exigency, growing out of embarrass
men who have large surplus capitals compel them either to curtail their discounts credit and circulation. much ;greater number. Few administrationswould ments in our commerce, or deficiencies icr
'* the principal 1 subscribers at the first orgtoifatfou when needed, or suspend specie payments III. Having said thus much on the constitutionality have the firmness to resist an application i our revenue. i
> of a,bank. Farmers and planters, .. Jt i is not difficult to predict whichof expediency of an incorporated to establish a branch, coming from any I The government, therefore, which is under
QftrchanU ao4 manufacturers, having an ac- | these alternatives they would adopt, under National Bank, the only question which quarter of the Union, however injudiciousthe the most sacred obligations to constrain
: i employment of their capitals, do not the circumstances in which they would he remains to bo examined by the committee is, location might be* upon correct principles all tho banks to maintain specie payments
li to be the first adventurers in a bank placed. The imperious wants of a suffering the expediency of establishing "a National of commerce and banking. with a view to the uniformity and soundness
?&:: wiopse ro'ect. Accordingly when the present community would call for discounts in lan- Bank founded upon the credit of the Government The Bank of the United States now employs -' ofrthe currency, would by its own example
: *nk vein into operation, it is believed that i iBftft guage which could not be disregarded. The and its revenues." five hundred agents in the various perpetuate the great national evil of a fluctuating '
'.y > of tbo capital was owned by large capatalUtf \ public necessities would demand, and public It presumed to have been the intentionof parts of the Union, where its offices are esta- and depreciating circulating medium.
and under much moro unequal dis-< opinion would sanction tho suspension, or at the President in suggesting the inquiry as blished. From this fact some idea may be These evils, which would be so highly
trihuVion than eiriits at present. The large least the invasion of specie payments. to a bank founded upon the credit and revenues I formed of the very great addition which probable in time of peace, would be almost
amount of stock now held in trust for females\ j But, even if this desperate resort could be of the government, to be understoodas would:. be made to the patronago of the Ex- certain in the event of war. TJiOrtemptatioT
and minors, has been principally, if not entirely i i avoided in a period of peace and general having allusion to a bank of discount and ecutive Government by the establishment to supply the Federal Treasury by tbe easy
purchased since tho bank went intoaerati I,I': prosperity, coither reason nor experience deposit Suck a bank, it is taken for grant- of such a trank a? the one under cc1hsi< ) will d ul t that a state of War ed ould have branches} established in va- : !I' the unpopular j>roes el' internal: at Cc'
on ; and tho .me remark i is generally j l permit us to : > ,

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&4 .. 3Irv Joha 3. ?. ) lias t.aus-ferjt u J'I1" Jatl.'tcan. now i luioLed ir.r the tiiixttiiJe :
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wJuiLhe too ftsclnilingto bo resisted.t u'honUl ( tic, :Jtlg 1 ht t uiiiost si\: un Uti.t t.Jl"
which i'\i i-t t and has existed thc-Natiomal Banner published: at Na:>h>ille, Tennessee ..i (I tu lite ron":8iM' i'.s. In JX(hm
thus what nation ; extremity from whicii the House would le- I of the ooposiliMi I :Plkntoa
: cxpciience, every down : to our late townsmen W. IIa"t'llllulit, r waj u acc tCJ (.'.)1ICol furl of .
the f.ii that it has these q. p aut a.
resolutionon ) j pitt twns
his in like circumstances llie : coil, if now proposed ; but) if the to .1 J'I f
*.- : experienced I late Editor: of thw! Mr. IVter Tnrditf. IIIpI'r he land to the : d A
ni.mifold evils of a mere rurrcncy; ,the table wore [passed it would very soon I fraudulent; I insiituli-Mis' trot up by combina- paper and incorj-oratt >) 'lum lor te-cLjJo the{

*; having! no( reldtiwu to any tundrd p.tper;: ui' iriri :I be proposed.) The subject was too large for j i lions! -and conpiracies,: of sprcnl-iKMS! ; and) is now published! l y "'. CJ.; ItiitV.. Il.isell. :i Denfand: Dumb in Kentucky. lIe did not, upon

: *sic luc. i an incidental dh-cussion. Gentlemen; thought i wUo, lifter reaching laige dividends, mau.i"t Hunt and Peter Taulili": ; Il11tJ.cr'tLc lina of Hunt. :i:I that: or any other o. t .1.n.u. interpuMf t' ;,L"J Oi h jiitt. .
4';. Without: : assuming that a corrupt use the amount of Government paper might be I I d to destroy he riedit ol their own paper, Tarditf .fc Co. The li.iiiner has been considered I t to pravunt tin, mc.-l ':l uit.t'nt!; bout.ty of the} rvvrtHi'.ent .

:; would bo in ide of thU; new species of government limited, and depreciation prevented, by, the and( I ti) the nutnry oi brokers bought up at :lId nnqnestJonahly is oi I': ot' the best conducted papers loi j-u I tiu'\olent. l an.o!.J:.xt.: It vhis a* ftct

a ,'cr.sHght acquaintance I, rate of interest which i-huuld bo exacted.Inadequate .-- half 1 I its lioniiital: value.I ;: in our country. Frcni our knoultdgo of the pros ii.C e to ir.q i :!to into thr ,I'l'\if'nt.: \ ar pOWc

patronage, i whore the securityvus "Sime I l last t wsoloyou/I! had) a conversation I I Junior partners of the concern we have no hesitation Congre:11 to make gritntd of the public".d:
wi h llio practice of all political parties, : every t for
.:. whatever Ut their professions, will be particularly ineffectual in the U. States." with a guiilenian in (tho confidence! ol in affirming that they are not only H reat acquisition any object. It wa.- hi3 duty bu\\evcrt. : ..aj u

sufficient to may satisfy any reflecting mind that But the inevitable tendency of a government sonic ofthe mo.iiedmeii of tire \ oi thaud; heI I!i to the establish!w.nt of the Banner, but to the society I', far aa possibly! the iutere of the' ptx-ple cf J j.rja;

nil the evil consequences of corruption would bank to involve the country iu a paper says they are d-ler mined to break up the U. ,, of Xa I1\'iI1e.! Sneers* attend them in their new un I against any it-jury which might l.-.ppcn to t tt) M Jj

p. flow from its c.t'rcSe. Have uot our politicuf I::I s.\ stem, is not, in'the opinion of the committee Slutf S' Bank to enahlrthem to use their ,I',dertaking.Ve extract the t following from their ad.j the profusion of) the tItt vn's fio'irttv.' l\v! Cl1t;

\ulc.,1s too frequently degenerated inlo I II I the greatest objection to it.rfj10 nWIlC:0. : advantage; ; ;(s !>at uis'.iliition! ( gives I dress to the public! acquainted with! the surveys of tI-. public l.mlI'U'n..!

a selu*!h .scramble! for the offices of the country I powerful!, and, in the hands of a bad; administration ,- so many facilities: to the Lomnnr.lv, as to depi I! "'.No material change! will take 'place, either in the I;'Ki.uw that a township i is one uf the legali\ \ :+ilJ:'
ive 1It.'mof, ihm I former: Ji t t.." : six\ miles containing :Ut: )? eclious
Are there not llioao) who sincerely I: the iriesisttljle and corruptini- pr I: management of the editorial department or in themechanical square ; of C-J'1 acrc

and hoiiesily believe that these offices arc le- i fluence, whiHi it would cxeicisc( over the j "'1'1 H're is another L t I coi.Milcj.ition: I ; t thedisiress I: : oi'eratinu."fth" othve. Having considerably each. It \\ a: the intention ofCorr. >-j that tb.: i.lnd

I elections of the constitutes objection would! he immense, when a rcfus.il lo : should! be M-Iifcted in en r btd\ ai-.rclintr to ,.
I'itiiuate: objects of political warfare, and the country, an (: replenished and increased tho t-tock of materials. ; e :.
: than all the others renew the charti! r woiild piodticu' I among i I i i "l'i.oi that flcncral! Lcfa; } Ctl"u'' ,'
; ,
And imposing : ,
rightful! reward of the victorious ;party 1 more pre\iouly, more exteu.-hv ;and various than any ; tl.e
I united. No matter what administration those who are ind;!. hied :lo tl"j( institution ; t'r: : 1 1i i other grants sir.iilar: !; nature. This 1 Ltdi .. .
4 dfsiniercsied and, patriotic as the great bodyof by means nn other in the :tae. and prokll.l.y! in the western country j(
$ miuht et 1 into with such I find tint t.) tins bnH1d"lie" p'IIICJ) owe ;!i, : ;t:' ctcd. A im ft* powerful iItieepcrve.rt was
admitted be the tnUtedto
i is power
every political party; to j : we aro; enabled! to cue the, paper a. new dress j I
I tremendous in their hands would! upwards (f a miJiion ufih.ll-is ; ud: 1 hive: :, | the law, and induce tire: Secretary
i lamentable than a engine of
; fact is no less true than it is ; which are determined still fnrth'-r to improve, and j tee}
ihe most devoted and active partizans arc very I be almost impossible to displace) them without no hesitation ill sayintii"f} a "d'- bt as; i isowiiiij Treasury to reverse all the ilecioit-iiit! previuush- ,.
air prepared: to ex-cute printing of kind in a
often soldiers fortune who watch so'ne.! mirations interpretation of Pro\i- any h.ink in ihe Union. [I'ut if ihe :,, every in the construction of similar: 1.1ar.d tu ;: ..:
: mere I I that! cannot t t'::1 toatfmd entire autUtaction.
dence. ,: bank should! v/jj'd:: up i itsafl'iiistln-e! phI; :. the selection ia small bodies aii over the
eleventh Territory
tffc the! .
ical s""jnsand enlist at j
poi : .
I 'Ihecharacter! mt f t'iis will continue .s
could not ct cieda Imru) t: r iis-titutiutia i : I ; i I, paper The} late of
hour under the banners; of the party most Deeply impressed with clip conviction that | u : n.1! Secretary t.-te was induced to us e j 1.1;
f j jlik.'ly the weak of free Government i is ,1t.1 Hinl) as t tlm 1 l b.ink can su- in the} Uu': eii Sialt--;'I .' 1 ti.illy!! l!..' s.iii !. V:: !i'-rlhe. su'pe.rint'ud.i.ic : .>f infiiitnce with the Secretary of the
to successful.' Such beinir, | point) a I i Trca.-un fj !::UIP
prove Court; wiieie I is obtained almost I illI t -rinse:I : ',<:i'r :- JI"'t'rl".lr ', ,'. ih iho ftid and cn-opera- I I
I j jidfrnei.: ; the Ltd
located :iu
more or less, the composition of all ;political absorbing tendemy of Executive }patVonavi.vnnd i. :.inall Louies: and it \\a. accoicm; !-
once, would be .'I ; dj-piesse'l? I :! ti .a i-f"XIt'"II <';'l I co.idjutor! it.- C'J 1 UII11B will s till
tilUy i hij
piopcrtv l ly decisit-u
what would be the probable use : sincerely believing that th(? proposed h I If sj nuiie, as 1 }haerf .
parties, ( and rnoiii d I would for half i i., : I b-.j lilleil I with I int'. I Miiti-i! '
: to
> IHgei.rand
: men : buy imMrel'.anv
up : all !
j again-st theii'.ititttja
to ;
m.ule 01 ffy millions of bank patronage, by bank would invest that branch of tile government '.f I II. precrdcnt, give; Iud: fonrtimej
xaluo.! Throuyliout the Union, ail t.Ih"I > ove.ry taste, Cf'Ii'CteJ with c'ire. and fiuuish-jd as I \auabe! !
; entire
with influence aa one
a political! pirly v.hich conscientiously: held !! weight: moneyed I, I any towr.-liip m the
1 j I j would! suffer, except those who should holdup promptly and abundair'y! as :,ible. Literature would have been. :Net
the fWiriaa that: all the offices in the gift of1 more d'Utgorous in i its character, and more I po II country Clnt'>:1,1:11 tbn

the Executive: should be divided :among the powerful in its operation] than the entire ( their money) logo into the brokerage; huMiiess I anll tlienctill.: arts ofh l ;".', tltd: various: intore of advantage: an attemptva" mate to p'a-'e' these selection .

rnrlix; iii of a successful political] ) } leader ?- j l mass of its present patronage, the committee or buy: properly at It sacrifice; I ll I Istuc toviety, and the ;ias; >Iugevei!> (f the tinier will (". u-I I I over the! farui-s and hou-a-a of all th- poor settltrj'in !

Vvr Tii: I nut! th, sirno) principle; b;? even morn JI j, have felt that they were imperiously' called; 'ere ihe: batik would, not he re-ch'.n- !I tinue to rereivu early and udei;'iati: attention. The !'I the country, contrary to a law thit i-xun-d the

Applicable to bank: loans! } and would n.il'I Mj'on, !hy the }highos-t rfjnsiderytions( of publicliiy leied, I would convert my projieity into money 'I; respective claims, of COJuuerl"hril"'-;'.Hrt'. aid !\jsri-ion of theo meritorious occupants, and i ia .

the) T.e.isiny; : of the United Slates, under! to express the \!':W.. they have': presented with a view to dealing iu exrhuufc." J 'I j Manufactureii: will not be negU-cted, nor will: av.' effoits I violation: of tLC! piV J;es of the: llej'rcheutatms l.tiemaJt

I'. the sanc'ifyi'ig' influence of party dl'1u5ionI I ( wiih i i I I n frankness and( freedom demand:! ? (1 1 could make a vast: fortune by it. 1 !be spared, which untirini; industry can make: to i ;, to I';'{\ ent any oppoition to the Lii!. 1 hd

and ;party iufatu-uion.bo literally plundered), by the Oe'aSiofl. It i is, at the same tint, I _4____ __ ._ =-p- collect ai.d furnNh! and ',,'ilh! the utmost punnpiitudi' > v ited that institution had my .s\ij-at'iien! sfrccgly!

by mercenary retainers., bankrupts: in fortune I due to their own ft.'t'Iillgthat they should! I PENSilCOI--4A and w ith sullicietit minuter.o.J_<, all the ncir* (.the d.w.Our j eli.cd in i ito favor, and was dc.-irous that the lill

and adventurers in politics f. I state; unequivocally; their conviction th-it t {I political: course i:1: be in-Jr-jierd.! !it uncl in> icdd pi4J; if* it was not ijuriou to mj ixcstituents. -

Even if the ..hlmiui"itratiulhoulJ hn ever 1 the sii'juesnon of the chief magistrate i whirh} j itht'j' partial! u.uulluwnft .11,v j>.!Tty liictation or personal i I This attempt to plaee the granter the::

so mucn disposed l to restrain ,the atoll4 oftlpatronairv I!! '- : j! 'have thjs; fieely ..viJiniited proceeded, j; 'f'\'rVHD.\'y. .11 .\ L.e .>. is. ;ji_ ---I d'- \lIti'lIl.! We have ij'\er h"!'H jiccu
from motives of tho disinterested: .- -- - dt-il to !ly: the geiitleiiua from Kentucky. How
it would !ht utterly impracticable! >! most patri-I'; -- .-- I ;:a'0 It.j the !propel ;'.ul 1 !k gi':;nate object of a neI \':spiper fai
utism and \vas exclusively! df' ::fIIC'J to have teen requested to jujbH
  • to exercise any efficient controul over the j pr>- I : to suber the ambitio'H! ; : : \ sewa of iudivitluaN.'

    great; nuniiior of batik directors who would j mate; the! welfai of ,the country. This i is I Ticket fur .Major and Aldcmicu for the! (u lIilJg year: : or to echo thehoiitsof! n popular! j.arty. Oi qurstieriJ .
    "i. 1 be sciitleicd: over the Union I ; and 1 who 1 upon ::' not the.: 'I'.jeio f fnrmal; and liearile, -s honngf. : j jj rou MA von.rrrr.u ofllaiuJ,1: .nohcy. : !' -h.ili; :;.nak freely an.I! tiei i I !f-::lings; I caniiot suppoae it will iiaminiaii itlect

    j nmetMiifj> (i illcjed: 1 ) to ofnV.al: ) tlt: iou ei ; : AI.UA. i i I mention: this t.) <::c\\ how highly this in tiu: !i. bauan up ,
    all the known principles! n.Kuie: j ,! ci .icdly! but '..i1!! I'te! i't: to Ue M> :'iint: : aiui '
    it be predictevl would) } incip tlier from co'irle y or i in'.ejest, t t-t.t;1 ;a i ttibi.tej i .tI.TiF "IIN', i,I. 'i tie iiil.tcri.e oftiiclat! i'ecrtary of ttate. h-sbtc::
    may; confuluitly pi t I.' -lin s n! ut.l.r..I" If in I:.Y. in.-t.iiice, we titter
    which ix emintMitly doo atsd} i 1 I i 1 f fiit-i; vc!.
    chcurfully II. HVf.K
    conVis-t of bu and olliobus! political rendeteil I' .
    Ill : lly "y ; .nr opini'cii :irl; : v.i.,!!->s r. 'j.eciii'g! puLlie! '.ifi.v.e.hill :
    I jo the e\i'tcd: rlruaclcr: ;' of the distiutiuLshod J. nni.x nrs ': -I havt. two Olj.t'III.o.; hn".T-. to thu' :. ""-';" r{
    partizans. J not f el II'I.JI..I! :Jn-b.-ciiriiiiritt''y!' tc (UiiadiMry !
    >urhvoulj bi- ti.! cll'J>o..ilcuil's-actiflt. I: ;; iudivi! uiil I 0:1: whom it i is bestow*.d.Ilftrtict l \v. A. B !'.., .c-t or priiiiiii; of OUT f fftvorite3. nor ton '.! *- ; t .; I IiI!i. \-tidl! I }htlII I rt'r.p: i it p \ jj : :; ';.l' IJI lIl"

    no! under' the public eye, hut' un-ler t the P'I : yf a lhr .r.-iaii an Inli-Ul trOll Ma. {; 1'. }'. 1'I! i !: :. t unJ :IIJ; "Pl.J ;e :ii : \ i j\\ tlhlIW"IU: '! tif'i. vn'rnt! !tstii;::" in i 1lIr of the n.titUl. t... Hr.u.u

    Ie': tin of a c Ct!'i of conn-iilus'-nt: ctxr.it i:. C7.(1rlt X/.V.N. C.'. to th,' Chilf-\\ MtCII.lJ/t! ( ,. .vltl: r-ni-uli: r i.: .-mM; -. and wc-M! touud-il., Tnjurar.t
    mystery : Iwir \rL: --u"h'! avitt{
    I i.I ); .;" ::!:: : : ; ,. .
    and tl : in b.nV- '. /'< / / ,_. ,; ':. c tif UV/.y Manliianlri. -. \ J. c AN! Mr : \a I'- ; '(!1. >filllU lI' t : :t .-> r. ':Iitien fh.t!
    ( secrecy l'ml.d indispensable! ; : ;.l.? I. .t ci'i'i < ; i\- : : if. ,. .
    -.t eh! .;: be
    -I: .
    s Hr.n[ I : !rt-'s"I" ve : m.t n'.I.ait..iI .. :
    !f" .
    itK>>.dd > : t w..:.. : tit: .r" .fl! tr.il.its !
    ing opcrttioll-tu \\ h'Jlllllllt only the whole :fmi!; iftc f : / (in!!c /fn latiolls of //u"Tin's I lLSiI' v, '* ..... ; ;
    .I.II :.l.I.: irnt'l! | i' =: -' of a free Jre.tl..l .. .
    Union would bo confided! 1JUFi.ttC i :':! >t; 1'rtr \fjfh! the title.! aid: fi- r-siidi'ion v .
    Treasury of the ; L/e1V' (IS. r. L r ouAivi :. ; : '
    t j di!'I-.I!S--i ::: z t'-- 'l-it.: ; .:* tt l-V'.Ive KJ--SI u* a-if- t-r.t: th l ...'.t tf the
    i. ( ( Territory ;mf !Fk'tiu.i. T.
    l.) lie st1usad. i oi;, p-s'ii ijvs, iu proliigite t 1vnriiII f,- : i-lTcct nfii'miaUiiing I the, vast dtii; r- i"v; u.\icKi.\; i- '
    \ '',n !.'!'irihv ;:.v unv.i !y ti: :r !I-'ji-h'tivc-! e\erutv.- t' .!1.f,11: tif.\ in V. Ech the! T'uiteii Statrs l.aeue.Miceni
    --- ---- -- --
    ; bu; tho ireaii-n-i; I'S: power of putliiur I; once) of exihaiiiic I; Ijeivvt'cn: t LIP various piiiiit.II > 1
    I t!'at I:ri".i.:.::>. or l b ::n..ii;, : ..f .i dli( j id'I'a.I ,
    11,1' :: .! | y) :pri-n-iM..ii ; :il I I-iabt their to r.itcMl tleo..it'itiun
    i th} ,' wli-ile of the nation umhr LTiitnt! Iatl'o"I'! rAiMi.t.-j: 11, ("\tjituin prr.xer ; -
    ; the i
    property ( I CUUllilJ.1 I S e\idenily( produced! IIv .
    I ; -."?. : '. "I'p'r..*Itll"IItII.ijll: ; : K, 11u:
    party:111)1.\ tf
    ; the of third: .
    : in :r u ?*', fi)'- the H'd Lf1fljti'lI of tlu* hill is- !] the V..mk.1 Tlie :1\\.alltlgc' ; produced! L i.1) tfii: S rrI".H.ql.ailtl:1. ),' .llIl1::}.HH a i rui.vTiu a gra"I. to injury a plr"'Jr' -r
    dpcreIi'u.hjl of : !" a trnxt ,.:'t ol'il'.e! otl!'::..:.- attach I ('r.ii'faii; I I [pro "ripl"t; :"Irh.. by r,!:.,xii' rl'otritti"u1I'ltc..1! for the.r
    ,' 51.d ;at tlu-ir! .say; iijthing i ill' ;il I uiitjn, m I tiie i iiitercouisi! ; l.-etiveoi.: il.e'esUt I 1U.CI\I'Wg- > .
    the} inter insecurity! of the publicUfltliT revi-mu-s 1 I \\ :: ami} Atl.mtic; Si.&tc's can ', duly aji-) .oJ! ty! ler.Ml r; TitxpfriJK! !'*' ii'. :'' : .-.' :.. \/r..t"r.; in tie r.: tn b.-!t'r"!; .\ bill !ha- ::!.eiy p't: the! :C1: !I'. pr..:. -

    t : '."."iii'i: .;' 'I'ifiit of u j1 ; "::?'!! c- '.,I.-t..t. iif v.cli i; asi i iag :ip.-; ;f land to all !.;; lu: _. fitntr
    such a >yi p.i)"iir i;: !L;;.- f fotu :: ? I H. J tri'i! ;!lnin, .-, Curni.iiJirF. I .
    i iutiic-d--! ir.. -'r.. .!1.,,.'-;..! :".;.W..''....:'', wil''. it j i.-Kni--i,!. <. ti. !h(> locaieil ill the Territories.S't5ie .
    .tive ;power, unknown to the Constitution, j him, the aciu.il: oj>crat 01:, of f the "\>>t. III' :. (. .tI,4Iuer.! ht Lirutixt.ht .
    i ; i n iit'J! L-M.. w\.li\!! tI.! :eJ; ,," ?'!::!.t'ul atnl c unperem : :; hill sl'-mtd! gel through this 11c-ue of\\ :.: '!h.t h.
    would be commiited:: to these iriespoiisil clft'xt'i".llge i ii his neated. For) e\-iii-: ; .I!.; : HC' irr Pi.II'Y.. : 1:! /)?. .
    ." Ui>rvt.i! : :i, nil:{-"r tJ:.' .] ;\ d.H: i.t l antn! '.:eiil --'. : ere i* every jjro.-pett. f.-or.i the combinatioti: i il: i i'i
    h ink directors' of which no Jiuuiau Y!gaui\ Lexington), in E.'nlwy.J( : ; nully ';ccnii.i-: } Hugh Y. I'1r\:WI" :, :i/? / f)". .r-fr-
    k ? .' of i, nitccdeat: of the tr.( hi-ic'I; llrlCl: tto-! t'i r'r..f"-{ t".v/r.: uith tit, privilege t,>f h..>'.!:ng nf the !land: live;
    can predict the consequences i'ito.s H laige t suijii'js! \0 Jn.-r c eju in ; Juliu 1 1. Mjr.hilllift: /)11. : '
    ; such :'utiviiu.d: t all&I't.! ;.u! i.& ( on1urtizg, the! Lnie.ss vr'.r-. aiul ; 'thfj.c C't.'rtattora! rrulonratioi.! i.f\: ..
    .\ 01'the of derived I fioru tliet-il! of F -
    just amlvsis operation pr.iut-j i Ch.it i lesion : i hars, Jllm! ILmihl:1, Pur-I r, I
    ing loans by this Government bank, in ex-J and: ) ()('ltr !five stock l thivMi' t.i I tli.u! is we-i! '. If. ,rit:,., .11"/1. I II. r :> of his tII f..'.', a > t'/ 1-II.: ire :1:1: opilOrtlluita: i.'iirttpon. the [.recedent now about t o be tab'r.-h-, :
    d.: t!. Tjriltories. in I ; r tl.c
    fur ) JLOLt.3if individuals : .S'Kithorn msikes! bhcr cili/ I I i mine .te.i.ly( and 11II.J.LH1.' il iIt \ utiun:: tn llT:-. jt
    thu ; : .
    o'lier : .
    ch.inge: private to t -: 1 I.'i dric --1t.lI a: !. ":U.l./! .1(Ii.hr, I .
    111 ;,hw, that: it involves use exercise on !IMii..iHflphia:!' is in.! i, hied to <.: h Mu-sion 1 : (f'lf I Hf'II.tllia: .M :cnnr! J.itit. J/"itlt/ j ilulii--: th iu it li.-is ijt'I.it;; Li'f.i r' -.-:!J-' to :! .,' tleti: >. I.\t tl Ste.will be hdd ty thaf'tucl! Dtnb Ccr

    ibc part of the directors, of the 1\. )-tjjd) | t'xc!:an; t.' lemist.'il, rinidemli! on !J"Ioil! !, "I'"r"; 'l' \\'. { '(. I tvi'.. -i :j&iVii.iii : ( .'i..r"tlITI.. 1 l,1 ur rt.mkr' m iv 1- t ::''I.rnl. lh..t i ii: ::\.tii.m: ru..I1; =. .\ !ho v. iLL!. -*.n thciu out as the f'inil-! may !I.e

    flu.\' ir nfipiojiriati.'Sii the |.,;lIt! ;itS. lexenue'iu &f'. and L..iit.gJoM i ; .i is indebted! t to Phik.d.lJll.kl ; ; :..1-....p.:, .,.1..1....1.:, 1 I, oiii""i\ > .' >)I t' IIH!. t'PI".; i.i\. \\: bh'ilt!! (.;;'.':.:\ :J4"' at TIj i':!i't:1 t r th! ; .urp'.1 their I-itit5oh, ?. I
    the If.'/ %t um: "'erou* of all t.I.ItIS-IU: : '.- I : !:)'' U!!fil! : f1iP.'; ;: \\"II'IH' : t tlic I. tl M',- .! ; I'i-v: to II.; ; tljt-i- t'. .- !Ih'" aaJ e.\p:'rf.'itijns! :-iL :. h.a.lly F.-.p" -jr. w nit. .;prrr irec-i to alt",:
    I I II'
    : !: : .
    'I I'Pil"'r. a ', teujMl.. .
    : ? t."wriK. tri.t-tiif f all'L'fs !-
    :iUH .E'y loans; -;:uid if pledin tho ie>i"-iiulily ; |'0iitior: of -ill'ln| pioce e-froni: I I.> .ii'iUMI ::- !!; I .ft., :..., !IIr; as jK,>-iLl!e., l<* t-j ;' .,u.ity uitcv. T -iucha.g. :.- p ey nr.d Po ; ?
    tcts of the! Territoric-s.
    ; of th; G J\'emhlnt: to an unlimited.xterit : draws on (Jhai; lesion, and I g H-jiuts !;.lir.r'.uvk I : .: ,f tn! :e dlltil... \\ iuc'i' ta-tir :nti ii-j-t! : !ha\u j--/-; was r.iv
    JiliiiA.Wir..v:!! fly po.>d fjrtui.e, tnce, to iIeJc.it! o but l.ke tus! Fv
    fJr the !piyir.eni of thedibi! ; at ihe i} lo (IMtii.i'lelpli'a: : in pi: > ':.sent: : of lid d'li'ip'V.; :MTrrrr, Iou: ,.iu.1' remlcnd rliii.ili.ir; .ntil Hgu-edklolo us. \\ill:
    iii-jvii;! an :nenlitr.t; :hat the Jazh? slotijn'd ;
    S4tii: tlalf.th; '1 a, ;i"n't: it. Tiu'sf ;ne ; drill! there ; vliich U\U'I\ ili'J11! a !juai3; t '.Ii- !: 1I i iI i- .. .\ii-!io1.iH.! \Vtt.iW.lli : :-. l.. .';;...!t-:7". t lie, UiidislurlM'tt; b.> LOIIi:! r.jig caie.s, a .ei. I;; :): '(..* : j.t puMir? a.rrtji, fit orThis prrii.T-.v: nul-sul! /

    anouji; the! hijihe fimcii-ms if l "iisl.. tivr I rice between! the i iliret points 111{ the I tiiiiiiCoiii1 f.. ..... ,. I I rather tli.in: iUL.. ai.d v.e iK";ie that the nny. I.ytnswe ; ; '' ;
    ; : ii-i
    I in i tr. v-hihi resulted! in ..
    : i.-i.--*:!, tL ( "tuo'ercnt f
    I I :
    jiower, and have been cXl'-el U inn! e.cusiVttly j llc nlinui wilhI' : C'xlH'I' (' (::1' t :: '.- l."y.l.: BrVI. I niy L;. eii.iM.-d! lo.-tiul; ill thu roiirt-u.ci'.t uf cur the brll.: II .

    a v ,'j teil in Con; :c Unless tlit'i e- ) su'-i] (;.icilijies( : ; be oljtiiupii; !Ii;iou'iv' ) : ('! :iiituti. t cl-i.-el m. >. lie !pr.>ilulive: of jiier
    fqreit be assunu'J, th.it Ourjifss nn\ rigSit-! otlu-r: titan! ; ;!m inst iltilt! ; has ::11: II: .,.i1dlt'S.1! ;- :[ .Ui.C' -'pt'rry.. J I fic'.Ucn m.l .'i.'iil! lnlh tu ,mrre.id-rh! and .u irthic"ur.y persh-trd: in. thr: population! c'ftmct'ntrv "
    J.i.ti! no. T! : full' I ir.tnst'er the po'teis wlh: which it i> in- '( different parls; I of tliu I'nioii, riiug; ns i ..jpaitiU'is V. "r. I I .--.s..KM.- --- --_._- --- -. ._ __brCI' .' will:! be cLet-Ueil} it scttleifi.t! reaidrd.h ;::d: !

    : \ ..,.t -d t* .h.:se Innk. .]lirecor! <, it will: lu- difj:j $ m one) CIC! ('lIt / LMC il !li.tgil!; | Gray. t -- -- -"- --- : ; mi.-t: itiju' ss ret1'rcdum-'d.: The honorsMe:
    i-.Am Af.jst.i, rtilin': Clrr-. (' /) .'rf.: .PI.. ,- .'J: () V1 I:. -l.tletnan! .
    foil Keitirl is r.i talen}
    ; lie their | .' ; y i i.i jo:1'i.''1)111
    tI.tr I in iLl let- whatever I
    f f.cnlt: Jo find .inv wv.ir: mt, /9 night : willingness! ro'-l! I' 0i
    ficrominod-i .' ? llie j I rwtrl! : OltlJlli! \-IIn., n..IIr',. -- -- -- i, tii.it ti!;l> time ;:-k'-d for. 5 i-i n ;ired. Tl.e land nowselertrd
    < for the !' ; j ;
    1iT or s; t.jt: of :5u; : / xistiUition, t C1'eii.:;; i j nol n snmu in.iini'-r! in-J I IX TIlL!: 11OSE.
    J.,-\\i :1rI'r, (;' /:],
    i- /:
    lij'i t : of this tremt'ii.luoas; ; ..Itim.. of J.'clIIi.l1) 10.I !I iLu exit itt.t .i* j I r;:n be s ild !fer live dull;*!.' per :-ve, wliii L
    .,' \\\\\\i\\\\\ \iJtlnl \ 1)ivy, rJfl't/t r, \r'l J 1-:.'. ; will m.i!,- tl.i .rii1 v.ortli than }')'I'/II ) d-ilhrr
    discounting of bills the J !hrv : r&tJif' ;
    : ..] I. nc''. It III iv, indeed, be ioticd! j juhi'ii.r J )Ilf; I : : ( on I tcrnii
    f all the I tranche.. 4)t f llu- csaLishiU! by iii.-! iJsanch: l ;,nkat this I Ii IIeld.: -', tiiiilnr.ti.tr.V Tl.ey CTUIeil ('\'UfU. vvitbin 't.e linn nr.v
    i ) I lejiislalie'uliniiiy I i > //il.ne' | :i'1c4 ', '//,.J... 7 Dmfa.nl /.':/.'//.'> -l. .y.'V.r.TIj i. '.
    :' ijjiUs-d: Iran; any constitutioii.d I i is a gical ltl'lIdil to die ;igrcLiIn't.i, intfri I, j -- --- ------- : 1 Iii-i-i; ; ? I 1Ln'.. at tint prif: : fld! >f tr : f :r; :theie
    \ .c: li-nni! fioin a irftitli'ri.in: \vh-) ) ;irrtvt'd hrrc on :- Hi'U.J h'\ j iZ t.'ili! i n illI. t'lf "fi \1I'llt:1II, .
    IIIII"r Irtla'r! iitierin frorr1 ,
    in ihr "Miig .t: .\ < .r. ra
    po.voto lend the jaiblio!; leveniif, either! to !ii.lictiiny: :: : euh.incirg pi ice of to'- ,
    -. I rijuixl.-iy 1...[ from 1 i'urtu f di. 1 lIa. t I.itt tin i'" ntrytii act i.ntil"d! aft act :-'r tin; :Ji--i -lt I'J'thf! :!lI'mp.rl[ :.d! iftlii.-: extei ;Ijri i. itzmv; *. ed. it will fitab.f t... "',lri
    smiivi'Suah 1 corporations, or States, withoit.r.'tVnncj I ion and I lice, ;i wl l wt-ie the b.ink to stop I : .. ;
    : I : U! coiir.cd in un.-ctt'n' tiiTiu! .\in, !%..{'11ttU.V! .\ hun, tir le.ichiii;! tbj.J,1! :-.! and I Diiii.-: "
    to the objects to which i il shall) : be4pjiI ; its "l'l'idlI/ ; nx: :liiere i-> uo .saying !i-iv. l"ir : a in i :: : ( ,.rr.i' -* I! ) ; ; !| t.:.!"r. Ie In"tni'n:: tJ .e.'viiie, it-elf! ; -pecul.-"r! ;o the
    4 '>i ViMic/.iyl.i; nu'l :al Valencia! : on the 4th ti.\ttv. ;aad ; and ID iteud tullms! :ior ='-1h;:; tilt! lj.ii ;;rL't 5-y of i--r-I.- .1 } the itv.nd.i .
    ,. ]; '(L But, wh' ; tC'c.1't m:1.Y be the power)( tiiosr st.ipK'S would he tejnes! 'rj. The pri-; : wJY: t.o tit t t' l Ui I la T'HOM :
    {t.'i-ii. tai: v\- :! iji./iuted I'le.-i.ku!, but dc lim-J-- ; 'I i:! :.f':. i i tinthat! it i i. tiiuie.j.irvar.d ;> that if i is
    of Congress on this sLhj..l, it appears 10 the i. \.ile e..ileis! in excliniie} Wouhi tub 'III' iilvco !] ;: : ini'or[ a.
    i'i fMiirnittce! to be :nraxlf'IHtam: in ('V4tV: viewaf of i lie.! bank in that; business allll! theii profit :4 t"oI1Ililll'' 1.d l lit ":1 :::'::.IIIItcll.; t illi.1 em !ii. ac-1 1 .1.1'. rCiilC'iid f rtl"UIH i P \'"i.m ..tit:1 1 :!;j'I''Ir! rf'tLe t ( ;,!a.u: i of the! r" ...!litj. 'ii ,.frf'! 2' :tnf, and inj'iri" 'jjj

    th' ';tio-it th-.it the- (/.ivcriuuful should. ', on :ills! would) be ii ken nu of t tin |yirket s of npllIH'; (', :\11 c.cl'l"e..ll.Llt ;anit'Lui; :if I'ujt.i t'ahrlin.I I tliU. lu nhvoi r\t.d! tit! : i i-; nljji-et \'. :s> MMSTMI-i:!! j I; to my. ei.Gtittieami; the .umtrv. I IUCAe au ill

    J be iiverted qu into :t greni money lender. :! the pi,l i Miters-.s i : the niorchiiiis?'; would il Kv\v-, from }'IJgOI. a .l.trt tifnlur.jii'tur! : j infoim.iat It-It. !I rt'a.-ir.ai'lc:: ; beinff to extcnd] the tini" '..vii-! ;: : }h:.:! been i jui-iliii.e; ; p'jMpm.i :..;tt uflJ.c Mil.Mr. .

    :: lice rtalin* th.'il I hnd do! lau'da aiu.thiin ,. allosvi'd to tlie )\-'.:'an.i! l[iii: !, A"\. 11\111 oi'Krnt'u-l.y [: KhicMtt? nMre.ril the! IIou i in .
    TiuMO i i.i no species of iiade in which it I (% IIlil' U tit} \1:1: they would give' r f lr an !\ ; BlIi..a..truojl s :( ; : !e reFh.mmr. }
    4 would bo wisu for the government tit enibutk: ; :: ,Igi ucll1tulill I |JltO.h.i'lioll)t I I by i the I high! or low !Li. :arinv iiM.tU oidv, of ;JjJe! 3 lev. rt'/iurl.s in .-rj e-nj'

    _ but of all tho variety of pursuits known toIri'iividuul :I i, lair in t vhifh they could negoii.ite t tht-ir, hills.On i'iiioiH vi'r- lir.ijufii (;ell. ".ll'z'; army ('ou"i.t.i I 1 hv. ( of.yr:1.*.'.. The art h'ullll.cn pri-sed on the T'thI !I., 'Ii frill: ia:.

    _ 1 10 ; enterprise, that of lending money ; account of its connexion with ill )puns of of ri or I :JOHJ nu,.ii. The general iIIrei.Jn \%;, '.01.Apiil, 1HJ\1 ; if ;: .:.reil I t:: the instit'itii-n; one town :; :Hr. :]"'l "', "f N. C. imuvl to lay it ('11 'it :: taMf.3fr. : .

    _ i by the Government to the citizens of thu i it : tile Union th bank alloids this important that tie! revolutionouKl oon .-'i.h.-id': and truit the :hip ,;i larjr!, f.j lit hieatetl under I the ilin'ttmi oft.c.1: ,I Jetm. L-r ["-i'i. d the eL.tteIi.ai. tt> v::!!!s-Jraur

    L : country would be fr.iught with the most pernicious :HJvC:1l1a e to the public ; it is always a \)U1- I l'UWSSoulol fill III a coiiitituti to suitllie wUhestl"tiio { Scr-tmr. cf tI.' Tnurnd. inuU; it the 11ItlIf'. that: niotiu!:.

    _ i Clt seller i the !aid uunioralion 'o Fell the land vuthln five years :'rr. I \vifiulro\v! !I.is; .
    conscquunces. bCI', mrl always a offxchnnqo at fixed ',>ojild Bolivar ha lost the confidence of the p'.igI; pintion.Jlr

    I J ,! In the first place, it is a business to which l and low tates, and thus, }>tevents extortion : j'l'Ophand a report waoum-ntat l'o t1J CabcUo that 1'iorsi the jrH'-jgt'of act, the s-ame to bo !located :i; : i.ct. LIT, issatlc- few re tank :.1 su.1-t of tlei ;
    I I cciders." one of, the Territories on land oahiih the: Inz! ,: [.ii!!
    I1 in tIle very na'.urc of things, no Government fcy piivate ,j !lit: !had left or was ahout to leave the country.C.ipfi i i

    adapted, and, least of all, a popular Gu\'erll.1 II, "Before! t this bank I went inlo operation t i j jexclmnge j I title had: been extinguish: Mr. \'iiit.n, made! a few rcnuik in favor dtb

    I There i is of J: was from 8 to 10 per cent either j ;; DiQirulticsH i : various hind. bad occurred in coin-
    t jnenU no employment capital ;I ;! 1'r.vxtiLi: : : Kr.s.voN has Ix'on appointed to I Liii.Mr.
    _1 : tint lequires a more vi-jildiit and skilful :11. Ici'r agahiit CSiaiie.ston, which was a los i tli<* cniiiiind! :: ol'tiio1T.I S. Ship Valid, .ilii: now on the :1: t.i.I. iig \ jut I the trnns of t t.\ in oou't'ijuence of.j Wiiitt Lritlly: replied! to Mr. Letcher and 3f-
    but the to the planter; to that alltluu011 nil the! pin- !! which the sale had been i>o {far retarded that! if the Vititrn.Mr. .
    per iutendence.'otl"I; c\er ac- j o.ist of Uraxil in the iiLicecl'Caiitiin! : jalI.iiiT! wLjxturns \
    tivcni'Jiivc of individual interest can apply j: duce 'of Gcorjjia; and South Carolina, and) m- : lo tin1 r aiicJt;.tt.:. ,I tt-inis of Uie original grant should Ic ill i'tl'J ::'()I1. I.acKwas HI fa\or of the bill; and moved to ;

    pi- f ; the watchfulness ncccssaiy to secure a banking j deed } ou might say, all I the produce) of the ; the Irusuxs would be compelled 1 to part with the reduce I!lie proposed extension: to tfirve: instead of&n-,.:.

    : h institution against the grossest frauds and Soulheiu and \r(;SH:1I1 Sl tcs." lit residue of I the land: (consisting i of about 0I1l'-thinI1'J rt I I'I I Iwfthe ". -
    _h { .1111/111 a riyfit.-For two or three inontln: pit I' whole) at a great sacufiec.: Under the clrruin. | "t'al"1 r. Danil'lvpJ'CI.ed the amendment, and supported
    impositions.' ( In pecuniary transactions, low : If tie! Bank of the United) Slates were '! f
    (;I.II. Dull (jrecn, IMitor: of thr! U. S. TiV-rapli; '
    the bill.
    b 4 men are to be found who will serve others, destroyed, the local banks would' ] agtn; issile j : t l'ICl'S the) had proenttd their petition: t-j ( onre.ss .\-t
    Courier '
    and Ja:. \Vat.ji Webb, IMitorjfthe: M. V. j >
    - in cases involving the exertiso of discix-tiona-i I iln'ir naner) to an extensive amount ; and l; piaying that the time might be e\lended to !i i\ e I The.-question was ;put successively on the amen *' *
    .. and Lnqinrcr, have Leea cainestlv Micasjeil in litter-j:
    11 ry power, with the same: fidelity- that they j while! u l few adventurous speculators would ; IItlcr- I II years )longer.The I meat, and the n.dennitt postponement; and both J
    I iii.inucr-i'r each a,1 l .
    abuse of
    ing >o warm
    - Ljt: would! serve themselves ; and, \ hen we confMuT j he much bun filled: Jjy such an issue, the honest j I nature and cause of the c1ifI cu1ics11r1: had] motions were ne-rathed bv* large Rinjorltiea. ''!:
    had 'he become that it was supposed it e. 1
    t it the; strong motives, l both: of private and unsuspecting citizens of our country I er.i.troversy retarded the ,salr \\:;c uell explained iu u letterwntten Mr. White t Cfllon'au arncMJmeut, to prgf9,9S \

    _i Jtir friendship and political attachment, wh ich would, finally. ji: the IOSMS.t If wo look would Jie a' war of e tl'rmil1aion.Ir.. \\Vhb at Hst ; to him by It. C. Allen, ::'. the agent oft w that the lautls should be liable to taxation, as 't q': :
    i |(iosted ()1: to \Va.->!un;toii to chasti.se IJuO' 1mr LH I in.-titntiou in Florida in vvhicb the lands :
    would operate on the directors o'a Government lurk) to wliat, took plco: in New York, I'ennMivania ( Territory laudsliich! ; motion wa.s also regatived, and "

    bank, to bestow its f tvor without impartiality' and the Western Slates and even I 1" laiiers! Of \\ hat occurred there VVH have two I had been located) and which he a.-Loil! midil bent rl.ltl i The. hill:: v.-a-; ordered to a third reading, IiI. a lar| *

    or prudence, it requires but little I in our own State, we shall see the grossest( J i particular accounts, vvritteu by the parties tlftmselt, the cleriCs) tabh.I -. : jmt'ir1v. -' .tt.re. .

    'VWt "- sagacity to foresee that enormous losses .. impositions; committed by b.tnks, commenc- I of which almost the only particular in which they I It was read accordingly, when l'ta'.: .t< ;:. '

    _ li'r' would be annually sustained J y tbe insolvency lug wkh a few thousand dollars in specie, agree i is, that! ,\-ebb had a cane and) DufF pistol. Mr. White, of Florida, said, ha rcgreUod that jn ][ IN ThY SENATE. (;

    1 : i1 of tbo Government d btor. ji bit) ing up newspipeis; to pufl'them as a spe- I'ach: : ray he made the other back out ; so that to irnperiou meiiseofduty coiupollsii him to upi:se any I The Nil! supplementary tp the act i.ntho'rzingthe

    In those views the committee arc fully SUIt cir-pa)inp brinks in order lo delude the enable u: to believe both, aa in duty bound, we 1me measure that had the appaarunee of promoting any citizen-; nf Arkansas and Florida, to elect their off

    : ; '.. incA by the opinion of Mr. Lowr.dt's, cxi- t public, mill after getting their bills in circulation 'arrived at the conclusion, that as soon as they saw charitable or hunan object. He was impressed c rVa: read the v sc ond and third times, by ur!iU 0'

    : .1 i'* rire !cd In 1819. These} aro his Words : : blowing ip; nnd leaving the unsuspecting each other, Lieut. \Vehb took to his heels in one with a belief that when the House was informed of imous consent and passed fhe bill to rc-organ.ize.. .

    i *4 That the destruction of the [United -1'] 1'i pl.aitL'is and fanners victims:: of a I dircct'ton: and jien. DulF 'a \'aurcd backwards' iuanother. tho history of thn grant, and the proceedings under, tho Navy ot the UniteJ Statos. was taken up t $* ;

    j Bank w uld! be followed bv the } fraud, uy which they were deprived of the I We hope they! have aince hen boact over/ they would bo inclined to think that charity had pener.il order.! '!' ,im bill; jjiov idex i Ibr; the 'reason i ObJ

    1 4s I men t.of paper aono/, he. Ornil/.r ;. :Iicved ;; hard cat nillg uf #XCMIS uf hottest i iiidusttv. 10 keep the l'f'ac. ulrcu.lv..tifl>rcd fnc,h, and th \\ ..wmC"f !*ri frea!; :..'.rTh} 'T"i-. !!,. J.t.. :; t.\ .:;.11 'I.""..:. .' "l'"r !1at1.

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    J tbo 1 & In it* ..... .,..-.-.- v.iih; ih- raTe of ho House luld the tai,! ImiI 11. \
    r ,:'cS} KIJ: whir tie was ft'tli'1.'d; .! llu ll.o hour 1!I day Mr. Blair of Tennessee, presented from the I iv THE SEN ATI\ :. 1'1 casury -will best admit. ISl'C' I I: incr purchase' aid Register shall not cntbr -

    II I..t ,TJvc.'i'jr: -ilvinsthc! :clatt' m.Qt (".,'rt ofd I|i "oir.iuittee on Intrrn.d Improvements bill author- Mr. Carnai presented a petition fiom sundry in- :. 4nd be it further enacted', That, I'.. the same 1 lands, but mny>permit the purfy(

    1.ni". acnmt-nt : aul tu! Kill; :. in Mr.J Iii i.iofrm, \ I II :;.":!'.:; fub--criptior: of stock to the Savannah, Ogeechto Inbitant-s: of I'ennsyUnnia. praying for the removal whenever, in any Vicar, there shall be a snri to enter the other lands in lit:a thereof, of

    lei I 1 TJ tb<*iaV! Mr. Tuivvvfll then Wins c.l that the and Attamaha Canal Company ; which was of the Indians residing in the States beyond the} waters plus in the Sinking Fund beyond the amountof equal l quantity; within the same district i ,

    I ,<*ea':.tJ proceed uuuVrthe rt-nlutton pi*?>?J Fetter rt'ad twice and referred. The hill antnoriiing the of the 2\Iil lissippi. Mr. Chunber: presentedtwo interest and principal of the deht which which mey be subject to entry, and shall

    n-, *o rcsolv i iteeif into a Court Impeachment ; State of TcmiP-wr t-J confirm the titles to certain petitions from James Peale and Alexander may be actually due and payable by the U. give him, her, or them, certificate therefor,

    1 i when the oath tv.L9 udminMcrr-J: to the 1 Vice Piei4ei.t. grants: of land*, was, after several divisions by yeas Campbell, praying indemnity fir French spoliations. States, in such year, in conformity with their upon which a patent han issue as in othefcases. : .

    by the a f''rt tary. amlby him to the ?nator:. I and nay?, rejected by a vote of 89 to 70. The re- The bill authorizing a subscription to the Flock of the engagements, it shall be lawful for tho commissioners .

    jjj they v'cn? !:''"*i\'tfl.! ciUi'J. Thf court having 1j j i maindt.roftheitting was principally oeeupiod in the Wa.-hingtou Turnpike Bead Conif-any, wet ordered! of he Sinking Fund to apply ; Approved, May 3, 1830.City .

    been thu3 organized the tnana.ere on thc part of the I j jHOIV consideration: in a committee of tlie: Whole on the to be engros>td nnd read' a third time. The Senate stall surplus to the purchase of any portion --. = ,", : .
    Mr. Polk in the Chair of the bill time in Execativo: business.IN of the public debt, at such rate as, in their
    of RPpres'a\!ati\: !> 31r:: rs. Ruchaiun. 'tJrr i j:
    :, ;McDuffieVickiiTe! and .S[.
    f ( r nber. an.l ti.ok the ff'-:1"; t within the 'bir a,- Manufactures, respecting! the regulation certain: Among th!: muiihrr the memorials and petitions States ; any tiling in any art of Congress to .

    ) fi;'npt! th! (m. Pru.i T11.tnnyingi'ccu; !: then m.ul". dv.tirs on i inpols ; upon which hill! Mr. i l air, of presented, wa* one by .Mr riutheiland. fr.nn Phila- the contrary notwithstanding.Sec. :T OTICE is hereby in'n. that a deduction of f.per \ y
    i 8. And be it further exacted. That 1. cent. %.-ill i bo allowed on the Tales due thi
    rMr, Iluc'ianan, } then read t,} the Senate the article of;: Sjulh Carolina: and Mr. lavi-\ of JlaarhuU: !<, del] hia. in fitv,)roftho removal, and final! settlement,
    of this turtliP. 1 e;I0 if
    the fourth and GrIll sections; of the! act entitled corporation City, year paid to
    mpe.ichrnent against Judge Pi-rc.! and w hen he had ; addressed the committee: ; the /fonuor in oj:>;>,iiMtioiii ""(;t ofthe Mis-'k-ipj': ?, of the Indiins. A series of the subcrtter, on or betor-the first day of July rext.
    all act to provide for the redemption
    latter in of It.t half: : resolutions ubmlod Mr. Potter the subject at his Otlue in Pnlafox street '.r>ere be will attenfl
    c ,.icjnilfd, tile president informed the inanarers; that i to, and the support pI.t.1 were :! ly; on of the "
    public debt, approved on the third of each day in the wnk, from ]2too'c1ock. Saturdayand J
    tutSreiat! TT-ittd! f..kc.Ir 't'r on the ubjt-vt of uhicli.iur () ('loci, the committee rose, and the House ad,+onrned. of paper 11:11: .ry and the bs'ukirgstem, concluding March, one thousand eight hundred and Sunday cxt Fted.

    ( notice should I be given to the House of n"I.re- i'! May ; with a resolution adverse to the renewal of the seventeen, arc hrre'iy! repe.drd. i j JACOB RICKETTS.C'it'j .
    i pnttives. The luwarers. on the part oft!'e IIou-v IN THE SENATE. charter of the United States Bank. They were, after Sec. 4. And Ic it furtllrr cna"tid. That !! Tax Cc.7rrt.--r. .

    t'n! retiredh"i' Mr.J T.izov.rll -uluuittcd' a re- Tilt bill iiitiodurcd on leave by fir Webster, to a short: d-cu!! ifii. )laid upon the table, with aviv ,, the sim; of twor hundred thousand dollars, : Peas ;eo1a. Jnne 1.1-"J. 14 3rEN I

    :!.I.tJl(: tvllici} w a' :d"ptc'J tl'lt a "lInuow: b.' j11 j- I oijahli-lj the oll.c-e) of Solicitor! of the Treasuryryas of bo'i: ; cail,"l np for con 'idnration at the prnprr being the bal.uict!; of thc sums hC'It.';fore ilp-; i iprojuiated

    ..-.i :( Judge IVrk. tiiriiJ'c! to Thursday next ; ;< read the meoml Inn*. Mr. Wrh-ter supported! !this! ;i iI t:mo. The l his t'. reduce the price; of public' ; lands for the expenses of hiking the next 1, V0 1

    :.,;.J that the Snrtary inform the II-)+re of Repress i: bill with vnri'-ii-s aigument in its favor; ; and: w -i w a-. af'i-r: an moire>.:-tul! motion on th> part r.f '.r. Cinsus, and which will no be required for.i I! ee

    .tlni-A th 'ir .'f. Oa iiu.tiun {..fT:. TayewoJl;! tin'of I'. he had (:u1l'1ltiafr"l: tuo un-ucco-ful Ir.ii",::. !f-r 11'ilr:! to 1.1., it upon the t.iblo. p('-!peced: till Mon-] that purpose, b(J, and iho ssame i is iu-teby di- ti><* n'onth r-f August or September. ]S'7, war '1 1I .

    (' .-' /'wipei.... ..i.t .!a.. t.rnr-.i to Tu
    1 f'- I'V arcs. \\ ::: and Kb: :.'. I'K-: bill n-: ]!. and l : with .Imont iJrnok. 'j : 'l ]' rionda. Draft drawn thpheu.
    TV iii-i *ntii' n f ihi" tiil;; to rr-or.'ainrt' tho Navy j, -tsi"iry < t"(!:.(:: ll'r an a-n proposed !IiyMr. the hit (..iv of the year one thousurr'i .mi 3Y. a by ,;
    ,. ) 1iavlrig ,, ,. i j nut'.cn of Mr. Ki.ir. ]l"us!'an1.'d to. and .nary::' the i'Uoj.. ordered l 1.Jilt'tl. The ; *> Vri.lit Trea-r.-r-r; of he Jniied States, Thcwa T.TrKrr. I
    (1ft!! t'h I lted t.tei r 1'e:tl -H'wd. Vr. |1 lUll to ror.krl'lof hiindi-d] rid thin!: \', any law to t the ctmA.uj'.r.w -
    for( [, Dollars{ in favor Lifnter-art John
    ) ) ,
    Hane ()'t :'lfl"':! ....i ,-tJ" .: .i i*-- fivt>r. ;an.istru" older of the: diy! : t f.-r \hm..hy[ next. Tin1iil l to gi.du'ite : .:- tin1 dayven* deferred t for the purpose of tak'nc up'fhe (lily IiUt wiilI3IhiJ"in> !;. Par .\*"i.t;.tit Comm!pary: ofSub'iltfpDce. dated 5ftApril i;.

    "!h"'a: 1..' t. A' ':: .'. f' : '. Ii'r-I: m .;(:.1 ;n I : the }price of public: ian'i- was !taken! up, on 1:1: ')- illl'lJ: Unties': bill the cor.-itlrrition: ofivh.-h; i SrrvEN'oN ti :, 1 1J7.. and nnmbi red 4.1GGpa'ahle at the Bank '1
    ln>:\ of )Ir. 114:!.lt ln, sill!. aft' ',' mid,'rgoing virionsuncnd.Tioat o* the Cured Mates nt Charleston, booth Carolina
    : 'tut; ., *' :I17': 1
    U,m .f.i v Admiralul.irh; iiiyii:)n prevail-d.I : yeast I ; ? ?, in whic'i tiudonation: : I clause to. a!vl I went into a'onrnittceofthe \\ .! en the s.::.,. Jf !i iI JOHN C. CALHOI-.V, :, or All rccehi person i::. ar slid. hereby Drift.cautioned against negoci;. ling I

    >:> .. : .. ]?. Mr. IIVn. then: iu.>ved 10 insert : pm.t'J i(' the reductions in pico, Leo! \ ?"i ou.N per JCl ie. to the Union. )fr. Polk in the; Cl.air, and Mr. B.q.1. I l li Vtcf J'nsttirnt uf ti c L'tiifid tf tatc:, I ; BLYDEN VANBAUN.AdminiitralCT .

    f<..rtho npjitMiitrucr.t ofthrfp, Admiral! On actual settlers; here tick: <'n oat, was ordered to be ypoke at g'.o.it length in support oi'the.: meur?. -'Jr. I I i <:////, Iru>uuit1\ the Siriatte.I of P. rtli 1J'.

    ih} .j "'1.w'.wn an in't'rl' lil.1-| dt-ha'e I!n\r d{, (,1111 ill:: ,;:i I engrossed fora third reading.yea! :,1. nay'. VJ'2. Th itouldin followo.l in oppo-ilion to the !hilt i! lnd \vs 1 Approxed I Apiil i L'-J! lt S: 0.ANDREW I i-.vnla. June 1,1S30. 144t.NOTICE. Ii
    bill, as it stands now, has reduced the price to rite -
    w.i.di "ever'l1 i roj)0.iions: to amend were madr) !id cnrrrned! by Mr. :.Vartindale, in it.; f favor.ro \Yr.! i JACKSON.
    dollar an acre to the general purchaser! To cents,
    la which: th- or ;.ti i'HJ of AiIiinraK!!) ia the Navy was i i l'f,1)utI "e to replybut from the lateness: of the i j jI i: .
    : acre to the actual ettl'r.rf' \r!. Ha/no, I5 -n- "' i
    mi-ported; by 'It-..r<. Hayac, Webster, Livinpston.V pcr hour, nearly 0 o'clock, the coi.iKjittec: rose, and the I [1 tm.H-. 34.] !j i ;
    ton, Woodbury, King M'cLean, McKinley, Bell and
    \ \Jbllr: an-1 J.>h'i>fou, nd opposed! by Messrs. il house adjourntd. II ACT, to extend the time {for commenc-1 :
    Clayton! took part in the dicu.Mon.IN thu !
    picker-son: Forsyth. "',wt. Ti7cwell and Hom! '. I. Ipmipdia'oly prcviou-5'.o; : the adjournment: :'-r- Da- a impioveiiieiii ofthe nmigatiun ofjthe .
    THI HOUSE.Mr. 1:. I'J TcMiiifsx'e ri\cr. f tI
    At :a 1 1.i'e J hour the Senate adjourned! v.itltout: tukintr : : \i5 of Sou'h C.iru'.inn.! gave: ivtire: that! he "h'iuhl on ft fI I

    ttna< ;'..ja on "Mr. I1:1' Lt'it m'tipn. Everett, *>f M' ?, dl1irU,, leprrtrd. fr-ji tl.o -, Wednesday. r.I?! up the report fiotn Iho'! n.-'jurhy; ; I I *Bit fnficfiJ bit* the Senate and House t

    IN THi: HOL'SP, Ccr.unittec on t }e Library, a joint resolution: respecting ; -, and ,niitiurty lflnlllitl.! : ., on the Ji1! ,'-'.'ir", 1.1 t'i"ra.e : ; j J'pcrsrntr.iLts of the Lrtiie'tates afAimrietii '!\!

    \.T1'.I .:tht' Kils,: repmifdva c one introduced liyMr. f, the distribution of the copies of the diplomatic: of J'l'lge Conkliiic, of Nv V<..rk.i in Cun'.rtss assiiabhd, That! till I Sold I
    I I .r.-ne i.ir :riiieicin2: the of
    : \r1l;.11; t. from the select committee :1ppoinanlf >| ccrrespond9ncc of tho United; States, purfha.-ed I by O.RTIQrTi__ .__ .Y1r7000r -- I improvement |I! Will be 1
    iiio ; :I
    I n.ivi.j.iiion ipl'the Tennessee liver ,
    rc'olnliynof the Ilun tli- !1 Congio.-" It i cad. aud appro.priatdv dioposci] : 111)I
    ia pir<'ianre 0 a : c. a'nil ? was. I
    II f5lIiP NE'VS. tier! an act of Congress "to grant cer'iia! : le- !' AT 12 O'CUK. ON TUESDAY !
    fu J,(-ctofpruvitiingin order To prevent nrl'itl"Ht* 1:1if '| of. A report on the subject of the oxpcndituros in I .
    ; ; itnd!
    limmi.shed! ; iniuppro; |: >ii.tU'd dandy to the !2
    < IU'c.tt. under certain pt-ualtiss. for the streiurthnul ':e Navy Jclnrtr.wnt; made! by Mr. ,\. II.
    I State; or1 !h for tIll of;iir.
    I ; : inn, : ttipose 'roving : Gilt next
    lita11- ofihnjar! i ierr. (and in particul of ih,' i j 1 Shopperd, and laid 111'1111 tile funds, ; and the !lull in- I I PORl' OJ 1'1;.\ '_1COIJA, .Jt\\i :.. :.!I' te!; n.i\ iiraiion!) ofthe I: .1''I1H.'t., ( a I w.I .-- of J'lily ,

    boil-r) .at;:.'i.l'J t, c rainfiJ><' .-'.and respecting the TM !iced by Mr. Archer, from the Coininitt'-c oni I t b.i and "
    : livers, ;i.proved] B r" t1i Auction Stores of 1
    :.il!l al..1 (\ '";ierce ol'thv en;uirem eatnst"dvith i I I i'oreign Affair.proutung: ? for III' ?:ctileniL't.t c.f tho' I AKIUVALS.[ the tvenv-liiid: ; : d.iv; uf!\\1 v, ino 1lUtuand! c e II

    t'iejr' iii3ii.i:''iuvut. It 'MIS lend twice aid refencu' I accounts various public functionarie' rv.stLi. | /.ray :rlM-P..rkot "c1I1on'rIaria, l..lb-r. Now JIlHl- rc.d girl: t\v.M"it\-cijist*: i be, Hit the I teiyht tt\eS'U\BC1.ile-r- I 1!

    11 a c'linwitttf: '.f the Wlu.!5e oa the stat:' <.f the Union.Thf I j Tile further, consideration ofthe I bill fixing the conpeLSation :- Orlr.ln"-' .irco t.> J C & C C Ivoysi-r; '1r Cm/at: : same; i i- IK-H; 5i\ T ("Xicuiled: to"the lust day of Tin FOLLOWING Iti!;!f fiIleal

    saiiu committee: also reported the s'lllC'\(.d n' >? of Foreign Mi:uj'ter.--, reported by the arno' Mi' her! : I
    l I henry : Honry \t-f':1! -; J (lI."u: "amihdl; i !! ]i Drit';i.!>i-ir l..:Xt.I -
    i3/4.: : w.i: -1 W r.greed tc nnillil1o\1sy. I i gentlemanJiS postponed ti;lTiIIolIli1} :lc\t. Mr. I( ili i'i,:r: J (. :.u.a, ; Mr Ii.I I kor: I'ii..y,! hits (,'jti--M: I A ]i'l'PH'| i ed, .\iirIS;: 2-4, 1'- .'0. Estate 11

    lit ,It.d. That thf Secr taiy of the Tr ns'irybc'liirt. I CamLrcleng"? bill, 1:1: ameridnitnt of Navigation: i ; Mr Corn-: :: and tin iirt -r.June' ;

    t.cltof'Jift'Cta! -i.CJinI111IItcaletothis! Ih'f:1.\\. I' Laws, was dicu=s'cllfllillbc cruse; o'tl.e hour ; Mr.I I :)-,}--Biig Mary: I Ivu.r''t! Porto Ca'ielln.' ill j I [Pun =:\0. 3. .j I and its +4fI _
    t1.! ii ixtviun oi C",'l res-, 'Much information (and I Wayne renew' jj Li.:i: rc-inrv! = upon that subject. Tho j dayfirg'.ColVeftothymaler.! PiB.-enjjer-ILm- ; An Art, for Hit relief of the widows and orphans t Sdllatrd tit the Clfy of 1

    r.r. ..- wws 011':..' ::::;*') as, in his opinion, may I hill to rogn'.alo, ccrt-:\:; import attic wax then tdVou i 't son Kelly!: r"l'!! j t of the 0tfuc'ers, Seamen, and! Maliiit.s I vicinity, fix : ;4 4I

    I* :,. hit ;Important) to COIgrt: in enacting re- up in a Corm;ti"' o of the Wholu 014 the! state of the 1 IpiP.11tTL'Ria.i : : : j of the Sloop of War Ilonn-r. |I L OT" No." 200, on Palafox street, 1I I
    I I, iJ!:l. en Baylen street
    g'tiaticn; for the irivi: ;:ttiji of te.iuibo-.ttQ .tr stea'nv I Union, Mr. 1'11>!! iu tile Chair ; and )'f. Ciawfor.l| JI.I:( r..! ':"k-'t Sohoon-'T, EIi/.ibrth: rur\_ [::1. : lie it ifictrffd by ///* ,mtJc. and Ifonrc cf\i i" 'l-1.. sou Bay Ion street au, cornering: ,t'I

    v>- ". v. ;it'i' -1 vi"w; < j iird :T.in"'t the! dangers anIr. eO -? h.-; .:rT rnri.t in FUir.nrt' of it. Mr. liatnI .. N-.v Or!.';',..-1 -i'i',<> } ) Bricks! by L C Iluhk-lh! :!: 7i ; ll'jlr.'surlains ;of flit\ [lituSlilff S Iii en Garden: street, I'

    slaz :!'ltl tilt' ': 'ar c' Lvt'r: ''. t I 1 well} fol.i"ved! in*u1'rOzinOf,) to it, and wa= rurrrvdod i rtM.I of! Vine by, the :aa-ttr. \ A/rn ,'ic .'i, ii ('Oif.ress ntsunblt.l, That the i.I "" ""' ;c7,;, iu cula tile Plaza Suburbs.! dp Si-iHn! &nd .ccr-.- n'f

    : < ;ir'-.ti-: .,noviJ a rc-causi ilrraton: : <;f tl.e: votof -1, : I'-H'kr'! 'Jh"mf'r .M-in-i.: B:ih.-r. Ncw-Oili-in vvhluw, if such tiiere he, and, in case; by Mr. (;:rIam!; in it.favr f until the ri ii.r; of the! ?- any r'rirtr on the North o:x ('utia >t.Ami !
    tin; il >n"(' on ';e ;prec.'diug d:ty. on the ?!-ihject of r cu'iitnit'Vi': \1 r. ll'":laalI1 sub} >equoi.tly >":!)miftpl j I'.VM'I, fiuiA-: I.\.f! Ill la lij.a.Sch'ioa ;there he no widow, the child or children : I i.Nn-two undivided :lnr!s of ts Tract ofLund I i;

    :( T 'Ul1 '-*"*'" SaiitJ hill : hut after a lougiliacuwioL: ,, t.i tl.e; Iuu-.! .t !.ill in lieu of that of 'lr.Iallar!. ;. ,T Amolia, !t:.CLe. New Orleai<--1i,f1Ull J ;ant! if there be no child, then_ the patent or |,I I-i'lil1 !' ofrfMi! Ar';-n'5, on the: o'Hrcf H!s
    ;in thprjur.eof \\hich Messrs. C cJ tt Cell Car and if there be then the :j th'i I3av. ue.:r't' opno-iU the city, }:ur:rr t.: thenar.of 1,
    : ) ; afn-r Bricks, Jdt-la! I Kiri.Wo ; i parenis ; no parent, / j
    which! ; % ;ordered to be printod : vvliji !h tl.: th' Carnnuig liroinidTLtM l Ii;
    t-JI: 3-t. Conuer. JohtH-oii of r. i- .iml31rC : brothers and sisters of the othoers
    ringer. iuu" (ser, 1 .._ ,. eunien,

    I Hon-'C! at : o'clock, aujoun. -d.i ; 7' -- < ('r\I lf Ii 1
    .iy addrtfd l the Ilotiie ; the Ilr. 'J-:ti'Hl \va= t and maiin, who were in the service ut'the f
    r MsylO.ej ] I l Order of the Sifiulics f thetsiateoJosrph :
    i ;'no J'lIQ1Jc'.rl'd to ;aniiounco Coloru-1 By I
    oa the motion of the !latter g'ntl lI.an. laid upon tl: Fll ted States, and lust in the United State.s'i So*!.
    : ( ;.\ \D-DE.\, rapdjhff'! ::1/ tliP
    ta*'!\ The Iill 1 for the re rul it'un ofceruun duticx, on i'o IJ.L\lr i Sloop ufVar Hornet, shall be entitled to, HENRY ?nCHLLI.T.: Auctioneer.t : f
    On S.ti:day, the bills for the relief of K.v.s: ':onMix. Melt fit <'<<,::1 i for! Dtltuli,, ii; Cons: > hoin! I .
    S.! wily then taku i iu of thfAV'aalo and ft'CIIout of in the 'I'rea.I t
    i..ortf; up a ro.i tr I.ec : any money P,'cs:clh. 1st. iKJO.-14tdii3.iVJTICE. !
    Ediiiund Smith. Henry lecher! and .!o"phr thus 'I' t : tit.!}, .
    the of th> r icon Sit! m lit otherwise appropriated! I a stun ,
    on state Mr. Polk i:; th"\ .j -. -- I ., .
    fh..irir.. Davis of .Maaci.iHct( (, retimed and Slnv. invalid peiiMoneis, uoio ordered to be ('n- \\pnro --- -- I equal to sax nionihs I par of their I pecivi-- ;. i-
    gros't-d and read a third time. '1 he liJlI.r! :tho relief : jrquosti'd to ntir.-u-r: Colonel !
    concluded hisicinaiks in f t4: \ fJC of the IIC.tcur. )Ir. JJS.VIIITH: : deceased; relatives, afll aid, on the ten.hd.iy ; S" Hr. ub-oribers having entered i into? co-partner
    c.JlIIlid.lte! .
    ; a ; at tLc
    of the officers and[ soldiers of tli tuittIiTtiori
    CrJ.\.trtl full nvccj on th, F.IMido.. Two hiliifrtimthecamiijittfcon I' + I lor Drleitr. in (. I : of :"(-pteuuli 'r last, up to which day to. a t -hii.[ have on hand and I expect to .''.r.; a cour
    I'oreienStlJirs, f.; .il theompen.ilnu Jillc:1 read a third time! and jaSF(.ri. ThehllN; ,. ''nrrc-< I from tii--! Itl t : l.irs: of pay due the deceased;, shall be : !ant >upr-l.t ,(ti.e followmg articles;which they oiren / 'I
    one != ] 7'e1run.I'/- S" AJrtmifc.
    1 'Id :; 1 the reasonable terms, \ iz :-
    . cf Foreign;: MjniiVrs and the oilier f for: Authorizing master" ofvc-,eis sailing l'-cm [Kidunondj i ,.tjH'rcd1)(1. ; p.'id; by the accounting o ]iceij > uit -

    j and taking in part of their: ci.rgoe< in the IVter-br.rj j.0J the I .N tJ."p'tdlllellt) I .1n ;i. ';..' green Havana CotTee,
    tile ettleiuent: of tlie; nccoums efvariois public} : [ :< i')1.4.r' :>.J \ :>nD.I WRIGHToffers I I iimscil'jjx I [ >I Bllb., ;i '}: (:!', tJ':1I, I
    I collectonal di-lnct: to take! l'h'rUH'C"lt; the former, 11uu.eil ; 21 $. '
    l. 0.
    fjaconarievere.: Apiil > I Bbls loai and 1.t'. d, _
    : on J:111inJl of Mr. Arc.c--! con:- ;. ( WiJif\! |;; t 10 th'-. (' 4 ; '
    I{ place! was ordered to he l and read third roprc-i-llt : '"tntr ; II cuJ
    Y. .
    fil1. ongro-Hod a -- a 15 Cliest> ln) 'ri.l t -.rj O'.vdtr. }son
    rid in Jhcfoinniitler, and -.r t'J to the HoaoO. 1. of Lsr.uiitihi: in the L !
    rip ; 'i'i litivc .
    I tim.. A motion was uwltr: by :,14'. (;Iruridy to 'lJtI-i- next < > ; [ I'cm.iiNo. Jtj.l] I! Hyson Tru>. .
    After v.hhh, at 5 o'clock. a.i adjournrnerittojk place.IiithcSemte. I 'i; ri''! 2 C'luitb :iperior Lr./l and Ca,powder do.lb. 146
    : on .Vunday.! Mr. Webstrr, 0:1 lease, der the resolution' of the Library Coniiuitt.-o, whir h t !: .\= ACT, for' the! l'l'lid'of the President;t, i J Canisters, i '

    r-u tluced a bill providing for the aj-pointnipnt cf aStl ;j alders that the authorizing the Secretaiy of the Sci j I JA \ KS: I'EMJLETON is puntrd to Directors, and Company! of the Uank 'of 2i 0 Uoteperm Candles. C*.> aid ."5. I
    i nato to subscribe to the public documents to : Chiii.-othc. 5 Uo.xes tallow do. :
    proposod the citizens of Escmtl I
    ; : County Call-
    : inr of the Trel 4Ur) The bill for the relief of at ::1 I f
    tl'. I be }printed by ((7.ie! i. Beaton ; and on motion: ofI dilate, ( .to them in the next Li'ciilativo lie it enacted by the Senate ail limisenf J Ct-k"up'rwl1.1t| < str.iiut: d.-:'rCnllvit. ,:
    \-ariiits repicsent -
    : \Villiam Citb: late a payma-rtcr in i u fi' UP shot, various i-i/es'. I
    tK.- '\nnoi'th United Mateo, was assed. Sever- I I Mr! Holmes, it was furthtr postponed until Tuesdaynext. i I| Cotmri.1!. R prrsflllcd'I'S nf: the United Mates of 2 C; -ks y-icon. con:istRig of lams, t\\\\4 nlte'ri, I
    t'' ;hi1: P I y.r.! 1 r,'iii'ghmM-'n! railed up-i rcsidutionubuiitlf t! Amcritc, in Congress asscmbltd That the and: Mdc?, I 1,

    X.-1.- and!Iroia the Ilouic of R"p* ;'ntatircjj were readt I < .i by him somo ti' ;.yr, praying a -peril l lI I/f l I IVI' a'C' :I1Hhnl 7.cd to announceEl\\1 AUD.jJVINSTON Secretary of the Treasury; p.iy, out of any Tit'r-e: Kite. 10 IntfeR.'t'iMr*. :. ]!t
    A was received from I Hl:1.! Aini'iid3. 1 tin. London
    tie liar tff 1 message I j sonuch oftlu! Post itlice law as rotjuirc'tho }porftirisi.ine i [ DRAKE! sa Candid: money: in the I Treasury, not otheiwis 1 '' ap- D ISevti I'. Crunmiolin and Co's ChoralqtVNo 'J' t
    Iltpresentatives, r-xhibitinj the articleF'ck ; .
    l.t ; *! of'.ocular LA.T mi 'Jie Sabb.ith! and l an ;i.ii 1 to icpn-M-nt Escnnhia County in tl.e next pr.ipri.i'ed; to the President! Directoi.s, and I 1,
    : :., p\( !.ujt>:ii againet! Jud o ; :and curnnMitii- of iho Bank of Chilicotho the 10 B1Kni5 kp\ ; to.F. Rum 11
    !i tt'fe.w- debate en-'ied.! Jl r. Frfliujrli-'y-o.j nnvorating i Lei'i-.!;itive Council. Cump:4ny, : < i
    c".J i :T tie! i.ajj.: of !i.(. r.wajrfT.i of the iuipcach- I i a'u'.Mr. Livingston g il. i'.. ; ___. sum of two :thousand three hut'.dred! ;and sixty-/ 5 I3bl- Ainericaii: Anchor! Gin,
    ; t. ..;:. '"'.:cted t); !'..> : the Seaatt projirict} I i G HLls. Newark Cidrr, ,
    ; (
    (: : whereupon I two dollars ci hty-fist
    1 Aluit timi'vvarsMtiu th: roiisicr.itiui! of Executive j HENRY! WILSON is a rarulMat-! toreI : cents, the inlcl? est on
    : : : | i I 1 fr.K London Brown :Stoal:
    : ad'V'd tn ; .'".,1U:;iij i. rr.-ilion of 1 Er. T. I f fi '
    !: ":i :Zl- certain hull
    I tliov/a tl-e: :
    I ,. business. i present the County of E-camhiaj'in; the next', On PlYIaslcr: ; icily I r f Bbl! sui'erfin. Flour. 3 d?> fino; ii
    \\1 I!-,,r of which t...<:: .res tilt the :trl.tc will, at !i j Ll'._. i sl hli\'e Council. {-Corfrrm.dle: :; to a. r"tnrt: aiui on the I" 20 lies Richmond skewing Tobacco "' I

    !: u'I'I! ; (n T e>day, n';uh e it-elfinto a court of IN THE HOUSE, of\Var hid.'U j 2 Doxcs o. CavendUh in email pl'ig! -
    / duly: hccopted
    : -: ,
    1 ; -- : --- leaf Tobacco il
    i-iiJH.iihmeit..Ma ;.criKe-the form of the oath Mr. bill fiorn the coniiiiittcoon -- --y 5 Hhds. superior ,
    to nrlytain reported :I
    t j.i I and for mOlt .nd for advances -
    Ii i non-pa( ; e Bottes Havana Cigar, O.OOOIdee ilo" !
    .rf ':'.\J.eJ !f.:1: if.uator ; aud Le! other pre.crlbos: Military .Atiair, .ilhorl7.ingt: !: JHiyiiient to the State II I : m.ide: on the requisition ofiliu Commanding Hit)!) common do. .. i

    "'.*' I'"".:) c* /,. itmatou to be in.le in oponiiig ticjr I I of .l/i.-:oi..i.of a alai in .s jtlL.c..t} : vf *,'"" rl.iiiusof (icneral of the eigth miliuiry district Iron a-.irl sued in bars Plough MoulJi! iiigent, 1 I

    -< "I! l.uques! of ti's! intion, and dhclure} that that huto for ..isiortwcntoflJArJfr/ j
    for the under hi
    noV I scrvic.zufr'red: and cxp ':,vr>, t cur- i money to pay troops) ::; I A.
    ; > -i-ill!! h,- "tvon t.' vitJIouo. .of Rfi}reB 'iitati'.cs rcftah the yoir 1 ,,' or, }n rrpoiliiifr nttk-! and l pre.15 command, oa' their nmrch: to tho fnmticr. -* SO "'

    ": *: tilt' 't'nH.VtiJ t.iko [troj-.rr os-li-ron: the suhJ'ret.Tie I yellt', Oi.ti.v; :!:; upon the wo--torn frontier of the j F "rt f \pprov .'d, April 'J-l, 1SJO, A choice collection of Liquors and .

    LIJ f flr the jriadiMtioa! of the public) lauG3vaa! ,: United: c tnt ',. It was, after a firs andecotd rcadi I Wines, viz : \,

    \tu; tak- ii.i! on niotioa of Mr. B nQn-avesiil.} I' i hug, referred to the: same committee of the Whole as :t > J I IPt'nLIc--No. 37.1 1 Pirc superior Cogniic Brm'ly, >

    lUS( IS ; when! Mr. Ilenton spoke at length in in fay 'I II the bill for the pnyment of certain mounted volunteers j .- V'/ P.-- AX ACT t authorise she Registers of the 1 do Ho'.kacis: din 1 puncheon Sam Rum, J ||

    \IIT : wd u-fj"ii the quei ti tn, on ordering is to be en- of Arkaci
    r) ---d. W'I about lo be taken. Mr. Denton mOd to i i 1 were parsed through the usual preliminary stage-* of t; entries of lands in certain cases, and Till: subscribers' have lately received a' iit'vi-!ujvpivot"Moots

    J}" 1.0.' .t.:" tihle I until Tuesday, as the Senate wasJ legislation, uud referred to tho apprnprhle commit i. \ or TUI: UXITHD STVTH, P.U:SCD AT t give to the purchasers thereof ccrtiticatesI'jr Brogans, Skw< and F'um'n;> -ientie; I'
    i till n full.! TIU: FIRST SESSION or I I the I men's fine Beaver Hats, ofthe lutes fashion, ii c-13?=
    J This motion was a F red to. The; teea. The Navigation Bill was again di.rud and I Tim 'nvE.vvv-rinsT same
    1ti'iol, do. &c. &c. &c.
    . .' .prescrng: the nu(!le of commencing, proJet'ut. I', opposed by !Mr. Strong, who had possession of uhf: '! CONCRSS.I : 13: it enacted ?y the Senate and House Now in' hturp, and wilt 1 be <'<.1.1'low for cavil to cio.-" **

    *"g and deciding! controversies between tates. vvai i j floor, and who had not concluded his romarks at the !I! [PunLir-No. 33.] of Representatives o f the United States of a cancel% oue complete Dining .Hett Liverpool, ;
    taken ''AN ACT to authorise the Commiionrrs. America in assembled That in Ware with a as ortim-nt of Croclcry. A 17 1--
    : as the Congress genera
    -it t'n up} ppecial order ; and Air. Rowan, expiration of the hour assigned for the consideration '
    y a* the Judiciary I i; of il-e Sinking Fund to redeem the public :all cases where persons hay purchased lands dozen Fancy Chairs.: ,
    committee ,
    having moved its in- report and resolutions: The bill regulating certain FIXLAY; & GATES
    '' fil1je i debt of the United States. of the United States within tho State of }
    VB pr 'tpon'm'"tN1r. Rolhinl addrewd the I duties on imports, was also taken np in a com Pensacola, May 21>t, 1=30.-tfNotice' .
    Senate, i lie it i-nacttd by the Senate - I at ,
    :Jf ("fth, against the motion ; and whon he mittee of the Whole, on the stato of the Union, Mr. I .
    t"t..r dcondudcrJ :1 of llcprcscntatlrcs of ilte'U.1ifcd States of who havo failed or omitted to enter the same, '
    the Senate adjcurnod. P_Jk in the chair, when Mr. JUvevett, of Massachu- I
    is the !Ion i, .A1mr rn, in Congress assembled', That, I the Register of the L-ind: Office of tho diItrict 'e-
    . of ltepre-o l +cnt.ltlve, a number, of potti, proceeded wit: hU in ,
    pe2 argturnt "upportofits
    fej.I** and i vvhenevt-r, in the opinion of the Secrctarj in which the land ass purchased hall J .
    t** 7 raemorialu were presented and bills re- policy, considering it to be conducive to the public interests I!
    of the the of the .
    i. t-' d.iotn' Tfa-ury, state Treasury ou presentation of the original receipt of the
    Amon? the latter was one by Mr, McDaffie.committee not only with rfl:pect to tho promotion of domestic GORDON Esq i U my :'ltiO) i ized. A.;
    will! admit of tho of ADAM
    qt J ;application a creator sum Ueceiver of said district by original pur-
    during ahs."nt from rVnsaclal
    of \\/ and Means my ?
    . tbt.h" aYil la aatlior'eappuirjtmciit industry, but peculiarly ?o as regards the
    $. na- I tlur- ten millions of dollars in any one year, chaser or purchasers ofland, his, lieror their Samuel Patterson '
    ,lI'> of aa Jitioual number clerks ture of our intercourse with foreign nations. After 1 to the of interest and and heirs thereof to be made .. :. -
    the Treasury payment charges, ; cause as entry lI'nsacot;MaY 22-1: 1830133Noieii. ..'
    ']T>o"'sV :ch aad War Departments, and for other some remark from Mr. Mallary, urging a speedy decision I'[ to ihe reimbursement or purchasfv.of the and give to him, her, or them, a' certificate --" ,---'
    was referred to a committee of the ofthe question, Mr. Drayton addressed the of the debt it shall I the when the
    Son on the I{ j principal public ; bt ?lawful for the samr, specifying time \ .

    ""h'. Y ark, Sute ofthe Union. Mr. Spencer of committee in opposition to the bill, and the system for him, with the, approbation \ [ tiM land was purchased, upon 'which a patentsshall I .

    -- fc reported fro crie the cooimtte on AgricalW l. upon which it was founded, an being equally impolitic I President of the Uniled' States, to cause uth be issued in any other cases : .Prort- -,

    y"ulalloi far the pnuting.of ten thomAnd co- and unjust Mr. Denny followed in support of I i surplus to be placed at the disposal of the led, however j That if, in tho intermediate ALL perioq Tidrtrfd; 10 the PEiSAc -

    .I1tlluL'*V inUCl formerly| transmitted to Congress, .j the bill Mr. Burgess rose to speak: but the hour I:I Commissioners the Sinking Fund,-and tho tiro between the purchase and presentation i AZETIE OFflC for Sublcriptio ,- A-

    "SJtc- atret ofthe I growth, and manufacture of silk; being late, the committee rose snd tho House ndjourn- !:!; same shall he applied by them, to the. reitnbcrrscmont of the said: receipt any of the said lands'I': verlislo more to cAlIand iftid' Job I"ffJet.1) ISirtlin.' ,> are- .requested. ,afvl-a

    '".'.'-''. d'; ;,I-'flCl, "':1", 1J1 aColdageaM r (. I!I: or piKrhusopftlf! 'pfjriri I1 1 nf the shall Jrivf; !ecru laid for oM t f'"'(= od !"' any I : 29tb.I : ISSO. "

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    r : UNITED STATES' SLOOl Territory of l 1or da. CLOTHING I NOTICE.

    A Kdection: for Mayor and Aldermen f
    i the
    _i $, Q! OF WAR IIoltNE'r.THE Superior Court Escambia County, .XSL ofPeusacola, will be held at the odi e of City
    $ t.
    t Pcnsacola, April Jtht, 1830. HATS, BOOTS- AND SHOES.J. i, Secretary of the Board Aldermen, on the first Mon,.
    .. Fromtht Troy Scntind.Constancy. Congiess of the United States has John Innerarity Compl't O'NEXLX. day of June next. Poll to open at 9 o'clock A. M.
    and close at 6 o'clock P. M.
    .L i. the subjoined act, for the benefit vs. .. received faihionable assortment of
    just a JOHN CAMPBELL
    4 In ancient times, when trees and flowers of the surviving relatives of the officers and William lJarnett, Tliomnii: HAS and Spring JOHN BKO6NAIIAM > Comm ,
    Barnett, Daniel K. Burch, > Of
    rV And fairies dwelt together, men composing the crew of the United States' Timothy Twitchell, Beu- IN CHANCERY. rLai( .WILLIAM A. BELL. 'S Election.41

    ,i And m friemlly chit-chat spent tho huurj Sloop of War Hornet. Those who have ,,jaminJournagan j and the sar> > -i-- .

    pleasant summer weather claims to the benefits of thus act, will please unknown heirs or legal re- I which he offers for sale. low for Cash, FOR SALE,

    4r One day in June, the sun shoue out to present them, as soon as may be, to this I II I preseutativelu\ of Thos., Def'ts.J 3.Vychedeceascd AMONG WHIG ARE; A FIRST rate Barge 23 88-95 tons, built in Co.

    oflice, accompanied by evidences of the I following Black, blue, brown aud olive then and frock superfine neeuh County of the best roaterialt, length
    p, On a garden: all iu bloom, C QffjEHIS: f ; day came the complainant; by his counsel clothCOATS 63 feet, breadth 16 (eel 4 inches, depth! 2 feet 9
    Where the lovely children of Flora met import. fLaln on motion, and it appearing to the com, that I nchts, will be told I Jew for cash or an
    In their gkidnesa and pcrfumtr.Oa If tho claimant be widow of one of the the defendants- William Barnett, Thomas Bnrm-tt, j I i & FATCTAZOONS. note, apply approved

    crew, she must prove a legal marriage. Daniel E.; Burch ahd the unknown IH--S; or .1 legal representatives -j I Bang tip) cord, cassinet, Itr ling! and' Circassian do VAtfBAUN&WlLSON.M .
    of Thos. ltCl 'd. ,.ide beyond
    Wyche, n
    wing right merrily
    tiny If the claimant be child he "or she **
    a : must VESTS. -
    the limits of this Territory. It is tliPrftore or- A f ff
    A'lovely little fay, prove, that there is no widow; that he or she derod, that unless they appear( here on or before the plain black fnA figuied silk velvet, Valentin, toil a B aCAMbal Avw tfta& SVPPLZ'O

    .. From blossom to blus.-om flitted it out i is the child, and that there are no other first !Monday September next, and answer the" rom- net, fancy and plain silk! blue uad bl:1c1tIoth: F Fashionable SUMMER* CLOTHING JUI

    Like the morning lark so gay. children if a minor, then application, with plainant' bill complaint tilt herein, the same will With variety ofROUND arrived, and (or sale 111 the Uiider ixaVi
    be taken for confessed them '
    and the
    ( against matters CONSISTING OF
    the above proof, must be made by a guardian JACKETS,
    thereof decreed
    I; Says the fairy to a full blown ro?", accordingly.And Block, Brown, and Green Bnmbnzern
    "011 fOil"-ifthe winds blow chill. lawfully appointed ; if more than one child it is further ordered that a copy of this order be Fine frilled and plain Irish linen Coatees and Frock
    : claim, then they should join in a power of published in some authorized newspaper in the District Coats,

    And the clouds arise, aud a torm comes on, Attorney authorizing one of their own number once H week for; Jour months successively.A SHIRTS : Arpola, Circassian and French Linen do. with' ,

    Will you shelter'aud love Ole still /" A copy, duck, check, cotton and flannel do variety of ?
    or another to receive the
    : person money Tete! ,

    4 An angry blush the roc o't'r?rreatl- for distribution, presenting proof as above. (;1-:0: F. BALTZLLL, Clk! S. C. E. C. DRA.WERS. 3ACEE TS.

    If the claimant be a he she .\. GORDON tioVr. Black Italian silk CRAVATS, and fulled
    a Can you doubt me ,V she replied parent, or Fine, plain, linen shirts. ; Black IuJ.
    must that he or she i is the and ---- plain; and fancy do. ian cravats and stocks ; silk pocket naiuikorrhin/
    But the S fairy flew to another love- prove parent Hugh Ca<>etv, Complainant, JVs. Silk HnndkpreJiieftf, tilovt ;f Hosiery, striped Sitspcudeis.iitaii silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-skin,
    that there is widow child. Jicaver}
    no or .
    > :
    "Oh fair"-'jhe cried
    lily ; < CMpI. and linen gloves ; silk, cotton mm
    It.the he brotheis Allen Jt Lewis Wefts.! wonted su*.
    claimants and sisters
    or } penders black, white and seal!
    Wit, Domestic and P.f.rt Goods.Pfiisncoln. ; of fine :
    "If the cloud? arise, and the !storms come on, either, they must prove that there are no || T appearing to the Court that tlw Defendants are !
    Will you shelter! and love me still?'* : widow, no children, no parents, and no brothers -**- not residents of this I District, and they having BOOTS

    Mere pale with sorrow the lily grew- I or sisters, other than those making tu! : failed: to answer the hill of complaint m thin case-it Notie.e to1akvi. 1
    i is therefore ordered, that mile the said Defendants Ai'iDSHOES
    "Could /change, through good or illl" application.) If there be more, than one ,. appear here on or before the !second Monday in June .UIE' larket for Bricks at ::-t. Rosa Island will be

    I brother or sister, then they should join in next, and answer! the complainant' hill herein, the ii closed on the :'Mat March, 1831, instead of 31st 4-c
    !'\% jJ) tulip shelter: and iovc me !still'?" 4hc power of Attorney, as in the case of same will bo takeu for confessed against; them aijd December 1830, (as stated in a former advertisement) J.

    : Said the fay, 4'l ilOl1ld storm arise ('- children.In the matter- thereof decreed accordingly. And it i.. unless the supply required shall have been previously O'Neill.

    "You're the first t lat ever doubted me," I : further ordered that a copy of this order be published delivered. PensacolaMay\ 12th, 1620.-I4tf. _
    cases, however, where one or more of iu some public newspaper or this District Jbr four Wm. II. Chase ..
    With a bow, the flower replies. ,
    ifI't I the children, or of the brothers: and sisters, month* successively once a week. 3. ALBRIGHT'S
    Capt. Corps of Engineers.
    Well pleaded: with the love of her blooming friend, cannot be found, the rest will bo entitled to A true copy from the minutes. St. Rosa Island, May 7, IttdO-i>=-tf. COLUMBIAN
    S. BRYAN C/cr/f. SYRUP.
    The fairy onward flew- receive their due .
    }pioportion. Mariana, Jackaon!! County, W. D. F. REMEDY which
    And revelled in careless joy .. Taxes. A has proved itself supf nor te
    away : AMOS KENDALL. March 20th, J3'J.' City Swaim's or any of the Panaceas for the cure
    'Till she thought of the violet blue. Thos. Balt/.ell, Compl'ts& Attorney. of the following diseases, viz :
    TmusrnnEP.Rl'III"iT: : ) Book of ASSESSMENT: orCityI'iiole: ,

    Beneath the broad green leaves it h? \th\ Auditor's Office, M April, 1830. J Territory of Florida.Va THE been returned to the Office ofthc :Secretaryof : EVIL NECROSIS, (or SCROFULA I (oraflfecuou,) 'WHIT of the Swcuisc bones,)!KING'S
    the Board of Aidnnan, and will remain for ;
    Unseen and almost forgot, [PtuL1c-No. :33.J; ] \ ( >tcni District, Superior: Court, EscaiabiaCounty. the inspection of all persons interested for two open weeks CANCEROUS, and inveterate ULCERS ; .

    And but for its sweetness breathing out, I I An Act, for the relief of the widows and or- from this date. May 8, 18:50.: LIVER and BILIOUS COMPLAINTS;

    'l'he J fairy: had heeded it not. I ph.uis of the Officers Seamen and Marines Samuel RHEUMATIC afibcti otis oftbe/ cad & SISTER
    J : Penuacola, April l lHtl( ]830Amlrow 'Fry. gencratlv ;
    *'Oh \'iolet-\voultl shelter of the Sloop of War Hornet. ULCERS cube MOUTH and
    you me, : P. Simpson &John A Simpson: 10-tf. Secretary.NOTICE. THROAT.

    Should storms come on 1" said the f.iy"You've J Be if enacted by the Senate and House of sidtii'M! of John! :Simpson:> dec'd and John 1 Sio SYPHILIS, and alt other disrates arising in tie
    of MERCURY.
    known mi long; ," said the modf dower, j! Representatives of the UniUd States oj I.dgley.: I. improper As use
    .. grnrrnl depuratiye article or cLpanserof5
    -1 have: d.'b'red} Ion ere to day, America, in Congress assembled, That: ? unknown hirp r5.Tho or representative! *. of 1 L ;:,) blood. lhi remetiy posseises invaluable powers ; it

    I "When fewer flower: were on the! plain< widows, if any such there ho, and, in tllt'j Thomas Wyche, deceased.TUIIS ..51 I IL THE: Undersigned: constituted and appointed improves the appetite, and has also the rrn13 kbeflct
    there be u'itlothe child of depriving the kin of U>a< yellow 1 1 lioij
    no or L I the tl't-ir counsel i j
    You remember ; day came complainant'* by ,
    scarce me now ; ADAM GORDON Esq.Attorney tint, which is so common io Liliou
    truth and if there he no child%, then the parent motion and it appearing; to thc :..itjVfactionofthe constitutions.:
    But lot that tI"IIIV ,
    ,- pas-yct and if there be hen the I com by afliilavil; filed, that the unknown legal# < Law ALBRIGHT .
    .Should the nturni aud tejupest! blo",." J I parents ; uo"parcnt, ( t 'lii'iisor representatives of Thomas J. Wtche de- PEladelpMa. .
    I Ijroihers and sisters i! of the officers, seamen, i 1 t''-,t.etl. are not inhabitants: of this Territ-iry.\ It is AM!) ., The prnpiirtor, in otTcrmg his CoLU31BLU"nwp"
    The fairy clapped her :s'Jvrry wings I :and: matinus*; who v.-eie in I the service of the tliffrfor'ordered, that unless! : they appear here on or to the public, furnishes, a few of the me*' ;

    AndolFon a/.mibcarn sped), I United States, ;and lost ill she United States' ; Lcfoiethe fir:"t Munduy of !November next, iind :In.'C'r N. S. PARMANTinn: Esq., his Agents and rem-.iiknblpctiirs of its performed by the same, in <.-ati-

    But all ina moment the fky jrrew black, War ] ,,\\ tbtleOlmplai1lt liled lira tin. the nnr': will l be.taken Attorneys in fact in tins place. many superior remedial powers as given him
    Sloop of t Hornet, shall be entitled i to>, by respectable
    persons icsidiug in di 'f'ft'nt
    I fur coiilV'-sed ami the tlwreof dfrr..Iarrrtti i ; pang
    With! rain: clouds o\','rj >read.Aud mailers ,, llaseli Ilnnt.Pf'nc.cola. of the United
    ] and,!!I icceivtt, out of any money in the Treasury : I i I II gly.1 States, as a just merit doe to the
    1st February, 1lorn.4IniNotice.:{ ) same, os well as being the nu--ir.s o/
    not otherwise appropriated i : a sum conveying to
    And it further ordered} that ef tliin order .
    is a copy their f fellow
    : the fairy flew to h-r fiicad th roQ(', creature who nrc sK.I1it.artj Afflicted
    I equal to six months p-ty of their respective I Iw imblisfiediiisonui authorized newspaper printed t
    sure, and
    ; slill speedy effectual remedy- that
    "Now shelter livo aware
    :and me dece'j...rd, relatives: aforesaid, on the tenth in the I i.trirt) aforesaid, once a week for four months many medicines are at this imc distributed
    "Ala"! :I'' #:ad tht n>-e, "I can 6Ctrce !-
    lILY of September last; up to which day the I JIF. subscriber; intrnds lea ins: this place for the the country, held forth. to cure diseases: upon
    ;\I)'0\\:1 fairbuds from ill- A true eopv( T \orthon the 1st of \ and! which tiley have not the slightest influence
    ai tears; of pay due 'flir deceased, shall hi T.vttGEG.; F. BA May aext ; oive mare tom
    I.TZf-I.L" I request all persons indebted to the late firm of of which they had tried previous to the use of thesyrup
    allowed} and [ the .
    ollicers} Clk.i C. 1'' 1).1.
    a paid by accounting
    'But the lih :< cup i rlee j>-and on 1 4I 4I ftI '11-111 be seta liy tlicir own altestatons.
    ,\. (;loniov .Si/'r. Haincs & Gates
    of the NavyvDepartment.Approved t The medicine is so fcighlT I
    The poor little! faiiy pl ------------
    .'OIliI\', the storm h.i3 Wet my \\\'inp '", ) : -April :2.J, 1830.: Johnathan: Brall14')", C"llIplaillaut[ !; 1 i! or to himself, (whssp: ; notes a r accounts have 1-ecome pi'Ihe) sir.rAns proprietor's for the arre of various diseases: tliMto! 'f
    due) to make: iima- hate 'J'lio-e who donut own knowledge, ten gentlemen of
    The editors of the Ea.ernr Poit- Ix CHANCKRV.
    Pray t.-kc me to your breast: l1s, ri: > : the medical faculty induced
    were to
    avail themselves of this notice, must nut com try it in diseases
    1. land) Maine ; Boston Statesman: "Visv"YoikCourier. Nancy: Rrantley, Defendant. ) plain if tl.ey tnid tii >ir accounts in the hands of an to which they themselves bad been subject,
    the his
    vlfl open my ''up,the mill will spoil I American Sentinel Philadelphia, fTJIIIIS H day came romplainant by Counsel, Attorney fur eoUl liou. and found great benefit from its use ; one particu
    the Court the atliJ
    and it appcarni!; tt) by tit
    - :My seeds," tho lily crjt'd!, j I Baltimore Republican} : ; Richmond LIMPM-; of Charl F. btew.nrt. that the defendant resides out I' Samuel Gate.5 \larly< ,threatened residing in Allentown N. J. whosedisioluiioBva
    ) by a severe attack of liver
    '. The tulipN leave* are 'broad' antI long-" rer ; American Mercury, Charleston, S. c.I(.fthe I District and! Territory, and has not answered P'n:1'oa.:: March l.r;, ld:lf--) : ---tf. jiUiut, wlikh. Jiad previously resisted his com.
    To the the hied. and (ia/.etto Pensacola will Lrivehe t the bill 1 of complaint! filed in thi" Can-C. It is there- uitnf in the own treat
    tulip tiry ; ; pie iso was e I lore ,:mUred lh.it 'unless said; defendant' tippi'jrJyrp,1
    above six insertions arid for\vard their FOR SALE. 10 I the enjoyment of perfect health
    tcil-tt li.c sr-roii'l : of Jane :111111mo't'1" i
    oil fonday next
    "I cornc, both : flid "a.]l. to olaimYour I or The accounts which have Wen received fioo ,
    .' weary tCI' 11]'1 to; for: St tt lClIlf'hr. : tbi jijiainanl'H-biIl! : herein, the same shall i! Till: v-liooncr: CHA1\.L'ES AND iw iiirereut
    agents of the Union
    prumSjit1 the liry.::nd) ; 4 :\la\; -6t. l botakdtfo.onfessed! apai t her, and the inatters I rllieroin : ', as fhc now lies at Mr. John Gard- Ihe good effects produced the" speaking ft'

    But the tulip frown, awl' with tauntn reUp ..,'.1 I JeciOLducrordingly.: : I ncr'.: Ship Yard, Uayou Mulatto, said vessel: i Is about to compile ot this time| by nn octavo syrup volaa, are sufficient of

    I shtlterlea frien.il\ to aid. And 1 it is further ord'-rcd that a copy of this and the ](0(1 I tons burthen. The Hull to be sold separate ort..gether upwards Q f two liuudied to ;!
    |I IW'ith The Torrit or/ Florida. \Vostcrni t foregoing: orJer, he pubjixhed i'n some uaw.spaper of I with tIc cable, anchors, riail, rigging, Bud f'|i tho cures. jwget enumciatc!

    drooping wing, and fainting: heart: i! District Superior Court City ot" thin Diirictorce a month lux t four luontliflsnctessivob a large inventory- furniture j The doses of the Columbian! Syrup," lilt judiciously i.

    I ". ALSO, proportional!, and adapted to tlc: ai'" uiti
    h wHrii
    Upon -r la..lll\t1'.l. !I Pciisacolii.j A true copy from the minute*. The Sloop PHEJlE, about 30 tou burthen, strength; of the human system. It is so perftctlr
    And sought the hnnthlc \ l ill't} :S.: BRYAN: ClcrL j innocent, that evil efiects
    I Wednesday D//I Derember 1829. well known in the !brick tradeve'A Ivnnd with cables no need be apprelieudei
    'Neatli clustering fili.Ie. .-*crCfU: ' l' Wi'iiaiii! A. H-ll! on hcli-ilf! ) il&rc-h 2th; ]' :ln.Th.n ). built in the bay of Mobile, of the best of mateiials may be given wit O"t any ;lpprela lIiion to tU

    ; The violtl opened) ( her broad grocn: leavesTo I I I:5.of Ltnii. llal1lIl: i j li.ilt/.ell, Cot ti1tt'" Attorney. and carries about l' ,UO( brick*. I most lender infant or feeble adult.]

    : | Iu Chancery. The sails, rigging, &c., can be seen at the Minscriher'.s '
    the'ar ) RKCOMMEKDATOUY:
    wandering faj : ?
    ) Jdm) Ivi i.thri"T. OTICE.
    ( Tur
    NOTI JE.
    : ,
    J ,
    -I--- ; store, Jia4 if o ut oJ4 with the"C; el, they will Having recommended the
    And( driotJ her wings and sheltered li' r''rill ; and Kllen: t'uMii.Ami : use J. Jlbriiigfs
    weeks nflerdatc: (:a tt n* f the largest ere- Le tiAA in l lots to suit purrhasurfl COLUMBIAN: SYRUP" in my own private lrH', ,te
    ) the sturm' had. 'as;.)d a\\a) ;I J II now, to tvu. \Vruuesday, the ninth SIX /!!: ,) 1 silt) : apply to th) lion Judge of the N. II. Alien, !, (forue.irly .tw. y"ars, .and Laving witnessed iu decided

    - __ 1 1 Jtyofilecenm1iir. in theynarof our Loidoim County[ Court of Jal'killJJConnt)', for !letlera of Adiiiuitnitic.i Agent j/w Edward L. Brown and eftic uy tit ma.n, caws! t\iach h&d pre'iou>!j
    I Bat>rf' f.e \\('lIt.the'jJl t said:; I Iiit thousand eight litiiidied] nnd twenty nine m ", v:. the estate vf tjth r>. Langfiton, de- I resisted the usual remedies. 1 now with much j pici 1
    Oh fart ceased. Thomas Jefferson llroion. sure give iu it,
    fairy- but ynt my testimony favour, .oud will quota
    Appears before the Superior Court of West THOMAS ORMAN. Pcnsaoola) April\20th--tf.- I few of the rnoet icntarkabie cura.* pcrfojined Inr
    c I' Oi<: faithful. heart: that will till. he tn)6 Florida, in chancery setting, the said Com- Wiibbville, April Pth, 1830.Joh.iaUiau : the same ivliirli caavc tinder tuy Holier.Mr. .

    l When the g..y and the Cil--; are gone.'' ,I'l.iinant ; attH it appearing to the Court that Notice toMakers.Brick John Hiudde's son, Abiugton township

    ", And thA fairy knew that the flower spoke true to a r.<.{ >application for Di- and thioat, and violent inflammation of the viJiej <.
    free wounu colour, and that she has been Nancy Brantley, Deft. )vorce. i diseise bad de? royed the soft parts of (ha
    And hoeaawi and built her bowrr' .
    : erroneously called Eliza June. and states that '1' appearing to the satisfaction of Court, that iiiCdefendant : i throat and roof of the motitli, thaf it laid bar;

    I Beneath the c'iutavit: viet4! .c ivos, :' she was brought to Pcjjsacola by the said ( resides out of the 'Territory is there- A Market will be opened at St. Ro.. t Ihe bones and made its way into the nose.-Mr".

    Evrrtince het favorite flower." Job-' Davis, ami' that skISlS born in Camn f(>rc ordered hint this ,suit be tet f for hearing the Mary Peterson, of U'ifminglon, Del ofcunfirniad
    -. '. i next term of this Court.It sa Island, m which Srrulijla, tinder whicli she laboured nep ly three
    .u in the Surte ot South Carolina, and is further ordered that a ropy of this order he punished y-ar6. She had extensive tcro&ilMUi ulcei'jtliftfon :

    :' CHAMBERS, County Court, raised l y tho Rev. Isaac Smith, 'who now resides h li iusomc one of the authorised! newspapers for 7 or 8,000,000 tteleft: side of the neck down to her breast; I ty

    e County of Escarabia, April 7, 1830. 1 on Pearl River ; and it alse\ appearing three mouths I'ucreidy.. breast very much enlarged ; her left arm swotei.
    A true (tutu the minutes. Of BRICKS and useless, and her head on the affected aide r'
    that the said John Davis i U not fomid withiir ropy ,
    That the
    : following per- S. BRYAN Clcrk.; cliuing on the shoulder, and violent JMUH in Let
    I ORDERED appointed Managers: of an this District, awl tiiat; the ..<
    niection, to he held on the first Monday ot and Ellen Foster disclaim; all ?ntere in this :March 9Oih) 13U.rlio. : during the year 183O. Section of the bead, followed by an obrtrticiia xii

    S l.ai June next for thc'choice of two matter: : it is ordered tiia lt pul/lic notice be < Bull/ell, Compl'ts.! Attorney.Saniuc the nostrils ; severe pain in the upper jaw, e to
    i ter..cms size of the Bricks must not be less tkan from the nose o.erihp cheek bones the cheeks
    r represent tho county of Escambia, in the published in the Pensacola. Gazette, once a .G inches, nor more than 86-5 inches. This exhibiting high state of inflnminaiion.; Vi

    t I next Legislative: Council for this Territory. week for the space of two months, citing and Gates, variation in the size is allowed, in 'con itleration of r l leutine Boraef of: ulcer.- ion a f the left jwwiriJ, olvstiucllon

    ; At the Court House ill Pensacola : admonishing the said John Davis and all the unequal shrinkage of'the clay in burning and dry of the same ; loss ofsu *U. difficulty. f
    I 4- other interested or bo Keeps constantly on hand 4 choice ing it. It is desirable, however. that the cequinod brearhiug, and severe pain of the system-T&.
    ; John Jerrison ir., Joseph Bnifay, John I interested in tho said Louisa claiming Branam to alias selection of tbickap. (2 4iuehe ) Lsu34 tie produced es newly Mustek's wife, son and daughter; Mrs. Mmick of
    : :
    4 A. Dehlois. possible.. Chronic Rheumatism with which she bad ,bee
    At the House of Peter Bourge, Nacy r Eliza Jane, to bo and appear .efore the GROCE1UES.cons The Brickswje! offered for sale will he inspected afflicted upwards o."six teen years ; her oo of scatf

    a.. Yard:- Court at the next term thereof, to b holden and'received if found to be of a
    at the Court House in the Cily of Pensarola ofSuperior to the contraction of'the Public Works. Wheneveran gum nnd discharge from the W ear.S4epl&d
    I Jeremiah Ingrabam, Thomas CommyBs, inspection results in the rejection of a cargo of Snare's IOU of carious affection of the shin oeaJt
    J : Foster S. Chapman. on die first Monday] of May next, to inter- Liquors, Bricks, no part of the cargo will be receired ; but the the whole of the slim bone was destroyed, .o&etJJll;

    f At the House of James Spilman, Florida pose their claim to the said coloured) woman, Teas whole will be sent back to the owners. with many of the smaller bones of the fooJ.-II

    4t James Spilman Allen Simpson Oscar: and to answer to the bill of complaint] herein The market wjll'be closed on the Slat of December James M'Minn, of liver complaint and .lfh. '

    filed. u Sugars or asmuch ttovner 3st required supply may bf which be had upwards .ofnjneyfars,,_Mrs. M/tf '
    C. Muse. misled,of whiefe das will be ,
    notAC$ given ulcerated: sorejnouib and At the House of William Drummondt, A true copy from the Record Spices &rmeott on Bricks delivered, will be made ofscrofulA, BesUe -ihe 4ieascstve! cal
    Hofiel! Hunt whenever' demuuied ; bat[ H would be more mcrated I
    f East side of Escambia river :- W. conyer prcscrrbed4he Kyrup with great succei
    Ifc Willhin! Drummond Joab dairies Peter Clerk SftJlr. Court. West Florida.Notice Fresh Floar, nient that afULernent should be made at the expiration L in i mercurial cases and secondary *yphii!
    .of each: month ; or, of each Quarter terminating repeetively Ii giving: tbi, testimony of the merits .of & .
    Wilkinson. -r I Hams, &c. &c. on thA \?l.st of !March, 30th Jane, 30th L I"CcJnwbinn 8yrup," I have divested laD U'|*
    At ths'JIouse; of R. L. Qotton Weal side September,and the :31** December. I ei.tirely technical W4e4I "
    Which 1\u oiT Escambia The 'vun of. ine dollars will bo paid for every I derstood by those to horn it
    I of ri'lJtT- terms. Al:#>, a small iovotee of i3jntendedtoOflZJ
    tbousarul bricks delivered St. Rosa Island .
    : u.dej
    1 4 DAM GOKOON i i. aull.orized Attorney j III .jfects. Tbe length of lime the di eftsh bl'
    R. L. Cotten John Ei3gely Nwl 'Vilkin- Esq. my the condkiooa
    \\Nl.rr\1R stated
    ; *. n &his.iipatrtl i ( l, convinces the
    < ;I 11l. during my absence rom IVnsacla. ... me, that cure :=
    l j son.At Samuel Patterson. consisting of 'V m. H. Chase, ;permanent, and it may with propriety be said t

    S 'I the Houu off J. Harriion, Black Capt.. Corps Engineers. its healing qualities rank it amoug4he first rCW'
    Hensacola4: May ZSA, 1830-13-3 .dicLoflhe
    Water: Fancy1 Chairs, St. Rosa Island, March 15th l 30-3-- tf present day.JOHN .

    I 4 John Hunt, F. J, Harrison, Joseph for I. MAYYVSt;, M. P'
    Ladies Work Stands NOTICE.
    'llh, NiJt'ice.ALL Philadelphia, March, 18 8. ,

    ) Dining Tablet weksa1srdate,I ahaii ftpplj ;o the 'resid 'The Above mentioned Medicine can be prOCt3T '
    (Signet) personl Indebted 10 the PENSACOLA SIX: Justice ,fJackflon County Court for letter! at three dollars per quart bottle of l ihe Subscribe/*'
    4 Tmtchell E OFFICE for Subscription Ad- who will ethibit r"1'
    Timothy to
    1 &c. &c. Administration d* taut nm on the estate of CftdenFairchiW any person .l7ln1the
    vcrtising aad Job Ptintinf, me requested once deceased. > ficatts of cures alluded toby Doctor Mn.,.'nrr&
    Presiding! Justiu: Esutmbia csnt.LtMUELkhZCL&L more to call!) and uui ... At the New York pricel, o close a Cdnaignment. MAR rAacIrn.D. Vanbaun & Wilson,1 -

    : May 29th. 1830. March 15, 1830-3Rf I Afareh 10th, 1930-.4" ,. & Pc13at. 16 l.l'Ttnry I., >t /' -