Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. : 1830)

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PSINTKD; VTEEICI.r, I treaty between Spain and England, signedat o.the} edition of t'ae Journals of the t House It will obstruct the passage of rain and snow :
FOR THE PROPItIIITOR. Versailles on the twentieth of January, ordered to be printed by a resolution of this through,which few shingled roofs can entirely '
, one thousand seven hundred and eighty- House of eighteenth May, one thousand prevent. And what is of still greater im t. '
l'UUI ISIIEt! OF Tin: LAWS three, by leaving said Province, but who remained eight hundred and twenty six, the copies be portance in a large city, a lead roof is a much hi
in the same, and became Spanish distributed in the mamer following, to wit : better security against/re than a roof cover ;
Of the United States,and of the Ttrrilory of Florid I I: subjects, and whose titles were approved by To the President .uid Vice President of ed with shingles. It is in fact, fire proof, except .;
------- ---- ------- the Spanish authorities, and have been recommended the United States, no. copy each ; to the where the heat is very great. r :
TERMS.: for continuation by said! Commissioners Heads of Departmeit, five copies each ; to We have selected Baltimore, from the :
FIVr. DOLLARS per annum i ill adv.ince.: if pnym'Tit or Register and Receiver, actingas .. each Member and Delegate of the present eastern! cities, because the prices current of !1 ;
i is tlefm l six i months, SIX DU1.LAKS such, be, and tho same are hereby con- Congress, one copy; to the Library of the shingles and sheet lead at that place wero I
will lie retjuiii'd.33"Advfirt firmed.Sec.. Senate, five copies, to the Library of the before us. In Now York, where shingled '',
:: Moments inserted: tjonciiicnoiifly: at ONE 1. And be it further cnacfif/, That House of Representatives, ten copies ; to arc much lower, there would probably bt ,
DOLLAR for every f TLitet'im line. o r less, for all the remaining claims which Inn ; been the Attorney and Postmaster General, one ,I but little difference in the first cost of a roof
the first insertion, and FIFTY CENT for *tich I j presented 1 according to law, and not finally copy each ; to erch Governor of a State or covered with either of these materials. tfj
continuance-longer ones lay the same rule.L acted upon, shall Le adjudicated and finally Territory, for the Public Library of the .A
""""':- settled upon the same condition, restrictions, State or Territov. one couv ; to the Military I From the New l"br& Evening Post. ,
and limitations, in every respect, as are prescribed Academy at West Point, and to each incorporated I AM to U
ontorpriamg and learned French tra"l l
Ij II I I by the act of Congress, approved i University, College, Historical or yeller has lately visited the interior ot rate t\
twenty third of May, one thousand eight : Aitiquarian( Society, and .A then um, one gonia, and explored a region? never before
I hundred and t twenty eight, entitled "An actsupplementary :. c II II : to the several acts providing P'esident of the United States, one copy ; returned to Buenos Ayres at the close of last 1
II I I for the settl' :jieut! and, confirmation of pri- : (aid that the residue remain in the custody of autumn, from a sojourn of eight months in i+
I \ateland claims in I lot ua." i lIe Clerk of the House of Rep esentatives, that country, i in which he suffered great hard.
I Sec. j. And be it further enacted, That : til otherwise ordered by the House. ships, and wrote a letter to his family, giving t .t
it shall bo the duty of the Register: and Receiver Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That some particulars of his journey, which has.
AUTHORITY. I II ts> deliver over all papers relative to tie books hereby directed to be distributed i been published in the Revue des dcut Nondts, .- 3 l'l't
I private land claims in East Florida to the le properly prepared for transmission, un- '. From I the following passage it appears that a
keeper of the public archives. dtr the direction of the Clerk of the House .
L'tws OF THE VMTLU STATF.P, I'\ StD AT i I'I. considerable: portion of Patagonia> is a bhrren
"I'mms'r SL: SI-; or THE TWL.vrv-rii: : Soc. 5, And be further: enacted, That I! 0. Representatives ;'and that they be forwarded desert, like that of the interior of Africa, 't
CONG ness. aH! confirmations of land titles, under this act I free of postage, by mail, to the per- both in the sterility of its wastes and the i
[PnLic No. 54.] shall only operate as a relinquishment of the SOlS hereby authorized to receive them, or warlike tribes that wander them. The naturalist ,I i.I
AN ACT ti> quiet the lilies! of certain purchasers right of the United States to the said lands delivered to the order of said persons in the it seems, had fixed his station near J
of lands Letwl'unthe lines of Lud- respectively:! and shall not be construed either City of Washington.Sec. tho Rio Negro, from which he made exp> J. /
low and Roberts in the State of Ohio. as a guarantee of nny such titles, or in 4. And be further enacted, Thatof ditions into the surrounding country in vas
Jic it enacted by the Senate! and House of any manner affecting the rights of oilier pui-' the copies of the Diplomatic Correspondence riuus directions .
Representatives of tIe United States of sons to the same lands. of the Revolution which shall remain "For two months 1 could.J not travel without ti i
America in Congress assembled, That the Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That after the distribution aforesaid, one copy exposing myself to danger, oxcept at the i
1resident of the United State (be and he is so much of the act of twenty third of May, i shall be distributed to each new member of time of the new moon ; (for the time of the
hereby, Hiithori/.i'd! to pay out of any money I one thousand eight hundred and t twenty eight, each Congress succeeding the present, until full moon was invariably signalized by the '
in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, I as diiected that the election of claimants all the copies shall have heen distributed, I incursions of tho barbarous nutivei. I went ;
to the Virginia military claim.iuts of lands who availed themselves of the first section of with the exception of twenty-live, which towards the south, where I saw all that fe i
situated! between the two lines in the Staten said act, by accepting a quantity equal to shall be retained for the library of Congress. possible to imagine of draught and sterility.
( Ohio, commonly called Ludlow'sand Rotcrt'.s one league square within their respective Approved. May 20, 1830.MISCELLANY.. The frightful deserts of Africa can alone be j J l 'f i
lines, and souih of the Giuenville grants, which confine the selection to sec- I compared with these. When I found men 14:
treaty line, located prior to the twenty sixth 1 tional lines, shall not be held to extend to bold enough to guido me, I got together r
day of June, in the year of c.Jur Lord one I thy selection by the claimants of a greater three or four, and being well armed we I,
thousand: eight' hundred and twelve, the sum quantity than a section, but the said: ; claim From the Galena AJrcrlic,: travelled taking with us from fifteen to twenty
of sixty two thousand livo hundred and fifteen :' ants: who have, or may hereafter selcctun- SHEET LEAD FOR itOOF.In horses, some of which carried our provision '
dollars and 1 twenty live cents, with interest der the provisions of said law, any quantity and baggage, and others: we rode. We went 'I'
thereon from the fourth of March, equal to the amount granted in bodies larger our last number we copied from the without stopping to the distance of twenty OT '
eighteen hundred and twenty five, at six 1 percent : than a section in the f form of any Spanish Coylestown (Pa.) Intelligencer, au article twenty-five leagues, through vast t deserts .. '.\
1 per) annum, until paid ; being! the amonnt survey or plat of survey, or where the sec- relative to the di1i remit material! for( covering where there was no object to indicate his _
at which aid: lands were valued, x-1 tions arc broken by any river, the said }land the roof of buildings ; from which, for course to the traveller.-A fatiguing uniformitY 'I' J
elusive of improvements;, under the act of so selected, or which may be so selected, is the purpose t of again culling the attention of and an immense horizon appeared :
Congress, entitled "111 act to autliorUu flit' lioroby o..nl.'nu,1 tr ai.l claimants : and it our rt'ailurtc 10 tliesubjcct, HC here transcribe on all sides. The soil of these dreary regions i- "
President of the United States to enter into shall be the duty of the Surveyor General to the following paragraph : where not even the note of a bird l fa .. ri
certain negotiations. relative to the lands l located make a survey and certificate of all such From all the enquiries that I can make heard to interrupt the frightful silence, was ,
under Virginia: military land warrants claims, to return the same to the Commis- I. our native forests, suitable; for shingles, are never perhaps trodden by any European
!lying between Ludlow's and! Robert's lines, sioner of the General Lund Oil-ice, and' now so cut away that tic remainder are almost -. before me. The hardships and fatigues I .'
In the State of Ohio ;" Procidtd, however, the I eupnn a patent shall issue to the original as scarce as the Cedars on Mount Leb- suffered cannot be described. These voyages .. "
That, before the payment of said sum, the ,grantee, or to his assignee, if the land has I anon, and sufficient to supply but a small proportion ware not of long duration, yet in tho
sand cI.tiunnt or cl.iimams, shall relinquish, been sold! c>r transferred!. to any other person, of the present buildings !in the Uni- course of them I killed some sea lions, o. -"
by deed! or deeds, to the United States, in or to the legal owner by purchase or descent i'ited States with new roofs of shingles. Ac- multitude of interesting animals, and that s \-
such manner as the President shall direct, Sec. S. And be it further enacted, That',I cording to the growth of timber, it lequires famous Condor, the exaggerated stories of .
their title or titles to tho said; lands. the claimants who are entitled to the: provisions (from 300 to 500 years for trees to grow to a which, related by the early Spanish settlers \
Sec. *. And be it further enacted That of that act, or who may avail themselves size suitable for making shinglesVhat is gave occasion to the fiction of the Roc of the .
the pnyni'Mits: aforesaid shall he mode as directed of the foregoing provision of this:: act, I I to be done to enable our descendants in the Arabian Nights."
to the said claimants: according to by taking quantity: equal to a league squarein cities and country to shelter tleir: wives and The station of M. D'Orbigny being par a
the valuation of coheir respective tracts of lieu of the whole grant, shall be, and they little ones from the pelting storms rassed by tho Indians, and a further abode :
laud, made uivler. the above recited act ofCongress. are hereby, allowed tile fuither' time of one Nearly all the buildings in the .United I in the country becoming dangerous, he quit. r. 1
year, from the passage of this act, to execute States are at preseut covered with wood.A .- '" ted it and returned to Buenos Ayres. He ... '
ANDREW: STKVEXSOV: their relinquishment, and to file their accep- square: foot of sheet lead, of sufficient did not, however, depart without making
Speaker of the linage of Repre. cutalives. tance of the provisions of said) law. thickness for covering buildings, weighs 10 another incursion into the country under circumstances -
JOHN C. CALIIOUN, I Sec. ![). And be it further enncttd, Thatit ounces. The roof of a common size house, highly creditable to his courage I land
Viet President of the United States, shall be the duty of tho Registers and Receivers Bay 30 by 36 feet, contains about 1235 sq. ft. fortitude. While the fort was beset to ,r .
and, President of the Senate.Apprjved 1 to restore to the claimants the title and would require 765 1-2 Ibs. of sheet lead the North with Indians, he took with him six: ,
May: 14, 1330. deeds on which they may have i finally rejected to cover it. The last Baltimore Price Cur- resolute men, and crossing the river, made x
the claims.Approved; rent quotes sheet lead in that city at 7 dolls. a last journey of six days into the country C ;
[PU LW.-No. 3.:).) | May 2f{ 180.PlTlII.Ir ::; per 100 Ibs. 764 1-2 )Ibs. would therefore occupied by tho savages. He contrived to t 1 .
AN ACT to provide} for. the final settlement f'j cost 53 dulls. 58 1-2 cts. To cover the keep up the couragt of his men by assuming ))1 f :
of Land} Claim in Florida. j [ ;-No. jG.() ] roof of a building of the above dimensionswith an air of tranquility, and was fortunate ;
Jit it enacted by the Senate and house of\\ AN:; ACT for the distributions of certain wood, would require} 7350 shingles, exclusive enough not to meet with any of the natives i i i,
}l''P''t', America, in Con.::;;r;:ss assembled, That all lie it enacted by the Senate and House shingles arc quoted r.t 10 dolls per M. in gonia is not a warm country they suffered ,
of the United States Baltimore. 7350 would cost much from the cold and the almost continual 1
flic! claims and titles to land tiled before the j of Jicprescntatiecs tf consequently I t
Register and Receiver of the Land Office, I i! America, in Congress assembled, That the 73 doll 50 cents, thus making a differencein rains, sleeping on beds frozen leather, with P
acting as Commivioners. in the District ')f r; copies of the Diplomatic: Correspondence cf the actual cost of the materials:: at Baltimore I no other shelter than the bushes. With respect r
Kast.. Florida, under the quantity contained i American Revolution! published in pursuance in favor of }lead, of 19 dollars: 91 1-2 to the inhabitants of that tongue of .
in uno league square, which have been decidod i of a resolution of Congress: of twenty ccnLs. I land extending south from Buenos Ayres to
and recommended fur confirmation, seventh March, one thousand eight hundred The comparative expense! at Galena, had I the Straits of Magellan, there are, according ,
contained in the reports, abstracts, and opin- and eighteen, which have been, or may we a rolling mill here, would be in favor of to M. D'Orbigny, bat three races. Theso "
ion, of said Register and Receiver, transmitted hereafter be, received at the Department( of lead. Pig lead is worth in Baltimore 4 dolls i are the lraucanos, the most warlike numerous -
to the Secretary the Treasury, ac- State, be distributed; and disposed of in man- and she( t lead 7 dollars. But as pig lead at ,' and formidable ; the Puelches, almost
cording to law, and referred by him to Congress ner following, to wit ; Galena is worth but '1 dollar 75 cents, sheet 'I destroyed by their wars with the former ;
g on the fourteenth day of January, one To the President and Vice President of : lead should be worth only :3 dollars 6 1-4 cts and tho Patagonians inhabiting the more
thousand eight hundred and thirty, be, and the United States, one copy each ; to the per 100 Ibs. A sufficient quantity of sheet southern I country as far as the Rio Negro. a
the same arc hereby, confirmed, with the exception Heads of Depaitments, five copies each ; to lead to cover a building SO by :26 feet, ought The traveller studied the manners of all -
of such claims as were confirmed, by : the Postmaster General, the Commissionor therefore be worth 29 dolls. and 40 cents, these, and formed vocabularies of their lan .
the Spanish Government, subsequent to the : of the General Land Office, and the Superintendent making a difference in favor of lead of 5 dollars guages ; bat the singular customs of the Pa-
twenty fourth of January, one thousand eight of the Patent Office, ono copy and 96 cents. tagonians furnished him with the greatest
bundled anti eighteen, which shall be re- : each;; to each Member and Delegate of the I We have merely spoken of the comparative stock of observations. They are not giants*
qxamincd and reported, with the evidence by present Congress, one copy ; to the Library : cost of roofs of lead and wood, in the but men of fine persons, and vigorously form-
the Register and Receiver, before tho next of the Senate, five copies ; to the Library of. first instance, and have found the differenceto ed. They wear a kind of armour of skins in .
session of Congress, to the Secretary of tho the House of Representatives, ten copies ; be 37 per cent, in favor of lead in Balti- battle and live in little tents of skins, which .
Trc'isury, to be laid before Congress.Sec. to the Attorney General, the Judges.of the more, and 25 per cent in Galena. But thisis they carry about with them when they travel. '
2. And be it further enacted, That Supreme Court, and of the other Courts of only a partial view of tho subject. There They pay to Guatechu, their principal dvinitjr ?-
the United States each is difference in the of time a worship of fear, rather than of grat
all the conflicting Spanish claims, reportedin one copy j to each I a great length
obedience to the fourth section of the act Governor of .t State Territory, for the which roofs will lest covered with these dif- itude. At their marriage ceremonies; the
of Congress, approved May the eighth, one public Library of tho State or Territory, one ferent materials. A shingled roof will last on bride is several times plunged into cold Water .-. .
and at the death of the husband his widow
thousamleicht; hundred ami twmty two, and ropy ; to the Military Academy at West an average not more than 20 years. A lead of r ,
: recommended for confirmation as valid titles Point, and to each incorporated University, oof'Y.ilIlast as long as the building which it is deprived every thing which be- -
:: be, and the same are hereby, confirmed College, Historical or Antiquarian Society, covers. If a young man build a house and longed to him, and doomed' tc pass the rest ,
life in '
of destitution.
cf her a state The t
';." so far as the United States have any title and Athenaeum, one copy ; to the Secretaryof cover it with shingles, at the end of 40 year
:t" to the same. State, one copy for each American Legation it will ordinarily require the third roof; cattle belonging to the deceased are destroyed .,;
':,' Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That in foreign countries ; to the Secretary whereas if covered with lead when first built and his' valuables buried with. him. 1 ..:..: -
j.' all claims derived from the: former British j i I of die Navy five topics for the Naval Commanders -' the roof will be good'at the end of 40 years t.
";.... Government, contained in reports!'; of the I An different stations : .and to each thus making an additional difference of more Ptatofiiilove.-"AVhat," said alady,"d" ,:
,: Commissioners of East Flo' Ma, or the Register ]! person who has been President "of the Uni. than 200 per cent in favor of lead. you think of a plmtanic love 1" Madam," :s: A- ;
:',:;:. and Receiver, acting as such,'who did 1 ted States one copy. Besides the difference in tho actual cost, a. replied the gentleman, very solemnly, *r I'_ 'f' ;
. X not avail themselves of the provisions of the I Sect 2. And be it further enacted, That lead roof is preferable on other account:- think like another tonics it J;very escidrta
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which} exhibit the progress of the -consumption riy hyJrothorar, or dropsy in the c :ac3t.'f t.- I Wo now conclude our brief sketch of tht

of Cotton in all the principal maniac, his fatal disease hich is piobably the J e- new monarch of Great Diitain. The im-

PENSACOL.A., turin cdlmtrics. None of the state \nts i suit of excessive sensual indulgence( in early :I picssions of him arc unfavorable both at

(+ I below include India. It is as follows : \ I I life, alrea'fly has! o, speedily will, terminate +I! home and abroad, ,nll the British nation have(

SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1830.We G. Britain France Germany, Tiie U.). I the mortal career of "the first gentleman in : a great deal to dicta! should lie Le promp* .4!

consumed, disposed Holland con ulUrd i- : England.'* With all his excesses, howevci : by evil advisers. I In this countiy, we am

of, & I'rrns'a ed, aided, I, of and the Britishpernle consider the of
is theory
sense i to
are unavoidably compelled to omit this week, Yr bales. tne King a man apt government hy
imported I have had occasion to be preud of his I \\hich the leigning fr.m 1 eu of Luro
} ; .e art
an account of the celebration of the 4th July at this 18SJ 544,1 eOO 21.r,lP9 t
place it shall appear next week. 183 500,100 172,31'2: \ reign as one although mournfully character sustained u as the madness of the many I' ,r

1824 CWJOO: 24M: ; 'J 31,7ir. ised by profuse expenditure, yet exempt from .he gain of the few." Who can tell v.hit;
1 leas 56l,41): :;< t>: (),4l(,()) {.!).414 :ilr'1: I 'Tis ,
a'r.y heavy national true they'have frightful dissensions may not occur between
1r'2G :>tiO,4H; ; 2!!1t)1)() t2tic)4: ) 21:4 !
Lientermnt JAMES WILSON arrived at this plae< 1&:'!7 ?l ,<>21 279.WJ): : 7:>,'il9 j;3i I ,(tJt"1)) I 103.40: sweated and groaned under burdensome i I the accession William I V. and the nuijor-

.oft Thursday last with the Spanish: Schooner Feuiz :' IBd 73: :;,Z'}!) 5.39,7: 3 7.1:1:1): : : :{;" :-';) l UI I:'! taxes, but the King has spent their money its of the Princess Victoria Or in the event
lte25): : 7dS,3t7; : G4,7U; 118:7,1! .4,33! ;:;J HJ-lT :; 'T is the
which the U. S. Schooner Grampus, Lieut. Com't. with exquisite t taste. title royal : dt the death of the former and a regency for

MAVO captured on the 4th June, off Cape Hajti, for: The aggregate for rile year lSxi:), 13: family draw immense sums from the national: i I tlulattir, what: a>enuesmav not be opened}

an attempt to conjmjt a piracy on the Brig Kremlin, 1 S.J,218 LaIc!. If we add for sUf other, treasury, but then they are all exceedingly to unchastened t ambition! l The present: royal -

of Boston, from Antwerp bound to New OrleansWe : places 65,782) bales, aking a total ofi }good l humored "stotlt- ..ntlt'mcn," and very :: family is unpopular as well as incapable{ ;

have collected the following: particulars- The. 'i: 1,3150.000 bales tbu ejaculation)] will be largeeno'ughi. clever 111..1 i p witted fellows too, no doubt iitVeir i and \vho c.tn t( !II 1 \\ieher! : a fit of universal
,; The United States now furdisl circle of "relatives
own exclusive wrath at governmental abuses .ltHI,
Schooner was from to!! Coast: of Africa with slave! despair
i about two thirds tIre rumber of bales;\ and No wondui! I
bound to Cuba, and ('11 in with the Brig on the 4th friends and acquaintances.! I at oppressive: taxation, the: >e domesticatedHanoverians

Juno, near Cape Hayti, kept l in company, endea\or !i, three fourths the vveiglt. Kneland, it will that On plain i Hall felt happy in the consideration j } ; may not be thiven from the

I ing to intimidate her by crossing her bow, keeping j I, he seen, possesses a gnat superiority overI of the exalted character of his master : land in a storm: of popular tumult and.inuVnation. 0-
every other country, and J.increasingnot of the belief that I
Wa I*. le not unconsciously ; .
with her
trained her at
her gun on men quarters "
only by a iaigeracgrtrate_! but in a grrai- all the evils which have been thick gathering the
w f O I By oftelcontf'mphtit! spectacles of
The Schooner ordered the boat of the Blip to come : however .
er ratio, than any other. Something, "the f.ist anihoied} Isle weieto hidissi well
mound !
refused-in this loyal; degeneracy as as:: royal splendoor
along side, which the Captain situation deducted
when the ought perhaps to be lion iiJiltcd| by the smile of the sovereign i b"-stowtd t ti i we will larn to value: moro highly republican -
remained all
they nearly day Grampus' : and added
England; ; toCieraiany, onitcoun: Witlia iihii.n: or a garter ? This hap; i simplicity i ] : and. republican \ irtta': Maya ,
made her and the Schooner bore
aivny of the f frinIe
appearance :
large quantities exported pyU.ii.il'I of M-curiry however! which the I wise I'lovidencc guaid us from tho cfiorti{
CaptlinI.no hailed the Brig, :t tuned'the:: cia- former in i'1' .ht{ of"ym-i. and finin .-hrtl in
I'l'rJ-v."! III.-.IM; ut'Iltti!' 111cl1art.h toem to of misguided t f factionists, under uhatevtru ,
meter of the Srhnnnniami iriiiiin/UiJnly .?tt-n rhan' the 1.uter ; a course of business:+ furmeily }jei-
captured and ordered her to this port. The Schooner sued! by France, but interdicted of hie have ,il.oide'l) : to evyiy! loyal: : Uritun, has sustained :inner they are arrayed, and long avert from

a ser shock since, the commencemeiii us the fiightfi.'I: : conclusion to faction! and
CO burthen armed with G
is about tons a pOl1ldcrancl by the policy of that .
muskets and 19 men, all Spaniard She vva price of Cotton government.The has fallen; sixty-frc ;; of hi- present Ulhisiu: ..itiun. ;arch)' ; to civil dissension and public corrup}!
I !1 The throne of the! United Kn; !;:don) will tion.
formerly the Pilot Boat Trimmer, of New Volk.f within fifteen without indlI
f per pent years, soon: : be occupied! by1'iifattn I the I\ th, nov .......
There were 82 negroes on board at the time of the: I ding war prices. TIm expense of iuiniija';! : t ..
William Duke ofClar4Rice.--
capture-5 have since died. luring has been nimini.slied! in .in almost eliu:1: prince) Henry, In reference to the religion! of THOMAS ::-
It i is asserted that his will! belike
i I boldly : ; mensuies: i *
ratio. So that: although! } in 18M, ohl' 1 JIITKRSO.\ editor of the rsex Gazette, .
of hi- brother there
The National Intelligencer says "We hear that i- -338SOO: ::; bales of cotton were consumed h ; those ; yet art certain I I who is a mrtr.brr of the Society of Fiicnds,
: the
stubborn facts in
Commodore ARJl GTO'o"' 1m been superseded: in j England! : and 'hoso so iight as not t to l'cl'ul' remaining; public< !huLli ihe 1 following! language. .
alerted) his
1 which haw [
t the office of Navy Commissioner, by appointment ; more than 2Jj,300 bales of the pteser! :I memory, so I 4l\Vh.itever! may have been speculative
I character I that I it is
t impossible no
as a man; ,
of Commodore STEWART to that station. ( S'1.C, the actual! amount t of capital} investedu, belief, Thomas Jrfirrson was not a practical .
.i I' to ;augur unfavorably of the monarch. I infidel.! Ho and lovnd the free
l ,the nhch.l"(, or manut..ictuie of cotton, Ius; respected
The President of the United Stairs, with: a part of! hardly t increased at all. I The title of (;l.-nitre i i-. derived front Clare I 'xcn.isc of rational religion.; He was not

his family left Washington City on the 17th ultimo, 1111 Sussex, and\ originated; : ill tie! lime of Kd-!
V/e have the results: : of <-ev.onelil HIll I the biiiot of an exclusive creed ; but his spiiitrejoiced ( {'
on a visit to the Hermitage,his residence in the State fonvj'iucd at the city of Ili'Vie in Frn-e ward 3d. Tle: pie'se-t: duke ii tilt third I at the privilege which those around;
ef Tennessee.' I Js \n <>1 f(jf'orj'tt; the 3d and was ho.n Audits!I i their
of Creator
back the when tlie enjoyed, worshipping' l
to year 1517 t q'lnntiiy: was ;
1 T 66. lIt."a destined\ as the future com If
61 ,167 bales: .; In IbiiS: it was !O2) ,t)$:S gala! :, according (to the dictates of their own con-
From the Norfolk Heacrm, June Co: I!;'.tid'r! of the: Navy; (his brother I ef Yon "
in 1 I0 : in IbiO (; 32 I <21 I ; scif'nets.
,921 ; 1),1 ; Jtll 1J ;
Stocking acts o/ Minify.'o nrr iiidl'blctl to had :ahecidy luonopoli'/fil! the Ainiy! ) ;a nod}
122S2U.! l"I I In support: of this opinion, the Gazette
lom 122 to 1Z!9, the ycRrst'I! I i
'J.eut.JilJer.: \ :, commanding the Revenue Cutter : j e ;i IIY! in I life }he v. ;,ii cummissioned; a .Miiiship-: Jrlf'Tsnci
letter from Mr. addressed
which we have tlw.ir.l'an of making comp.irlson I publishes: : a -
Crawford, for the following infornviiion: Mihtchhc a. 't j !Man, t'H'l! ,placed: under the i oiipei' vision oAdmital i Mr. who hiaself
the quantity 3 sold and :forw.irded a1 t : to Canby; Was a
Derived from Capt. Rowe, (,f the t=-lir. Repeater,, I Digby ,
fiom which is
Havre w-s; tljree-fifthsof!!: the whole quantii: ) It I religious; rm n, jii; extract conclusive -
of and bound to Baltimore, from Rio Pongos (Afnra.]) I for France. If t we- carry the same; rail", ,iid lit- sailed." as to tlie.character of Jefferson's:: icligions .

boarded by a Gutter on Sunday, otTGr..itVicomico,, I j back, then the whole! quantity disposed (If ill l i In this capacity;: he was present at the faj f teiet; 111:11: cannot hell to bo acceptable,

reported yesterday. On thn lih! :Slay, the day 1 11817: I was 10jCOj b.ili-s, equal} to Kbon t t j :MOUS( :iljjht' of l Ko.iney in 17>-:(. Two aiif j i and. win iidiiirdii: >a from the leader.! ; Ha

Capt Rose sailed, he wos "poken by II. B. ;JI. sloop' 1 I'_0,.1 0'() of 1 tlie pie-eiit: weiuh.Vwifcjl.I ;: ( .' IKch.eily (I l i| twe-utv: ,>:.il! (," p'lfli'\1! ;\ shijo were rspturedi :: : writes : '

()f.War Medina, who informed that a few tii\i-: ; a/iot i one of 0-4 was ri'-eorUtt'iied'-l'iinct: : f-! 3 J
is : n.pj.iu-d! liiroutih!: Fianie,-;.r. l ihe r : /guns?: ":\ II eloquent preacher of your religiniu

previous, a despatch vessel! from St. Helena for Sierra consumption}! :: <'.JiilIIHtJIIg;< now to Cfieen o l. \\'iili:tin Henry! ," ill conseqm' flit of his be- ;;: society, Richard :Molt, in a distrcurNe. of uaichinctiiu : 4

Loone, was boarded by a Pirate, in lat 1 N. IOIIR. twenty tlcl: : -,.tld bales! iijclude-ti i! i 10 I lhqaiiiiy <, \ i in'j pi i..-tent at !the capune. .*'nlM-qnently: 1' hi'Siited : :a lid} I piiihos; is said to have eirl.iiir.ed
40 'l.'T. and treated in n mont bni'tl manner. They i :New Yoik -.nil the files ( t' old newspapers .
:; :; ; soLl t ,:nd foiwaniod.: : ) : aloud, to his cure Ice; iiion, that he did not

tied the Captain and mate 'back to hack and dum" V> oSl i, I:CIUpnll\ il-ix i 1 art annually ill: -. : } publLLvd: in t li-ut: city hear testimony' belief there wts a qiu.krr, prfsbytrrian, ,

them into tbo set: and proceeded with the crow in I rag: iUi.-.iNt! h ( [ in uieir relative: impo-t.: nee, tithe to the :':Ie;.' iau ,r.ictK.n: : hire. ; i Sjil! 4liordeil ;she (i mcthodi., or l baptist, in Heaven- having
like;: manner until 12 had shared l the sam j (;lltJ. Aft.:rTemain'mg b f JJMaw >. I
li.s .k that Ie/IlC-i :
: : .caheady
<: v 1 s
('ii'-r'iarhmtn.s oV cotton; ;end it !i. :"dnll's: I p.'iisf.i to give 1 his: midimice: thou to slnre! ,
on board 30 hours, jtlundeiing and i!c-troy. aques'iin! : : of no sli 'h.. inte1 "St'hat nation I I found ;t heir '';.1)' to-the public eyein i i and wonder, he. said that in lh c1\'cn, God "

ing uearU' e\ery thing of:any 5'Iluethev; cut away her shall uliaut! ; ( i Iv si-cine:\ the IrecioutnaiIe3. ira iclition to his manner:, appearance})} anil ;J !knew ito "litiiiriinn, but consideied all good

masts and fired several shot rough her hull. l I'i\t I Ir.isinejs; which oitl> fir to hold\ "nill'f'p.--, pursuits wil'le in }port. [ men as 'his chiMieji! and is breU.ren of the

tfthe crew who had all this time> secreted th hurl vet irLT and preduniinatii. : oxer every llu-: iu ;l 1 In due it-rtson t l."t.i 1:: !! )! 1I1:! 1 l-pciimo: a\ i j nice fs.riiily.! { believe with tho quakrr}

below, after tine wretches had abandoned! her, rigged Mill moie tit ('i, i\c manner than at I.rwscut.. lilt:(('nant, ari'i :i-> rival l nads to pronnitioii :; pi-eacher.! thai lie l.o Steadily' observes
fury masts and reached Sierra Leone.Capt ) # :# LIre generaily: :short cl'is' ie: was; ;soon transformed i those mon-1 precepts in which! all! religion

Rose"reports the coat to be very .iei.ly. The following statement of the expensi: into a cIPtaiti.'v c I.elit-ue: he ('ores t[ concur, will never be questioned 1 : at the gales .
of e.'octing! ;and! i (inning a cotton mill: wi Ih;} i i uiamled fiigate' ; but u ider wliut! thug ('Hicl' (lof| Ilea (;'lI, as to thc dogmas in which they

ROBBERY OK TIIC .MAILCircumstance3 t' ,:cola; m'::( hinery: of thuty horse }pov.'er si .' ;Is !nt rr-inenibiMvil.: I 1 I differ ; that t on Piaeriug there, all these are

having: triu.-pircd, a few u.ys: :; a j!o l*.!sri< and+! M.inciieMijrt"spectiely: : is taker I I 'In 17; :) hev.i.s. cseaiod: ( Duke. of Cl :iencc (t| left ht.idi! i ; >s ; ,the Aristidetes" t tend Cato, '

U induce the belief that the ['uitedilall'i' Mail' had I ant! St. .'\nilre\v-I ell ( Juat ruin-in, andlul 1 f'erns and 'Tillotson! : presbyicri.ms and
i IMMII tl'.e- rej.-oit.s oft Commit.th ;.tppointfd+
been robbed of a considerable amount rf: inyneyomevher j by the Cf.c.ou, ; m.nufictiirer; : (>f FianoU! of Almistt-r ill Iiel.uid, ;tad !I.t;: :sixty thou, I I i !i.iptiMs!i will!( find themselves: : united in nil

? between Wheeling and! Pitt-burg in th> ;bays Hdt"j,1: : th- tteiiient: : to dolLus, alI I and doll.iK-t f'tI'j anmiui j-i-ttli-d: onou! iiin! :: ; :, priori; !f':3 which nre in concert with the

State of Pennsylvania.: :Mr. IlicS.baum, th{' Po wt Mtisr ; :- i I I tl.e! rate of 3 1-,: f..iruc.ich.; : pocKet iiU.n-'V for thl'! third cjiliMidj-r; the j reason of the supie: ,nm mind.: Of all tie:

? at the latter I,lane, Mr.: Morgan, the Po"t Master; : I j Cost of asteam! engine ion JJ' a King," aj: the story rout! !; says! I' systems( : of mmrhty! aIiClent or modern,

et Washington in the fame; s-talf! ,and soiiVMilluT porfona I cov.ttiuctcd ciii the France.; f Knrl.: 'nd.priuciplo lIe w.,5; fJ'eei !l'lld.ttft'iillant. ; ot the IIeue which: have come under my observation, I.

connected with the lUpirttnfiJt, ecnlnl! geed! of \\'.yatt!ilO,
their ol' 'ratjOn for detection. A Inter }l.;aJ been of niarhineiy: ; anJiq. t f ciliiy iii jiublic! speaking, and from advocating : i IU wlio fulJoAs this stfudily, need not, I

mailed, one day 'of the wok, by :M-nrus Wilson, I til1ill bO/'O'i; '21 51P04! 7Cihe j the c.mse: of West liitlia! d.hjnivts.: HL- think, bo 1I11t':1S.V. althouch he ram'dt: corn1'irlurd -
I i : was once iu f.\oi; of the Catholic, claims;+ bi.f r ," : the suhtletieand n.\ stri's tTI-l'lt'dI'm
merchant at Wheeling Pittshnrgenelucing .71000tha PlacJg machinery: :), tJYyo; :15,800 ;02 r
money had been taken out, and: tle: ell\ el'pe!' -- f,rind it cor.Te'iileni[ to i htiure!: his uphl{ :: .n on his ('lord illt.s, liy those who, calling themsi -

Deceived at Pittflburg filled! with waste paper, on Total {l yjJ38: : : CD 6x': bO !/.] the subjf'ct. his spr-citil) fiillovvers and fivoriterf, j
J On the death! of L"rd Howe, he: w-s appointed I would in.ike l him; come\ into the solid to lay I !l
which certain which iuiu ed tle '
was scribbling IoIU Kunniug a } ('ar :- .
Admiial, :a.ud! in IS1 } hot; ud! hi:, tLg suans! for all ur.durstandingsbiit: theirs ; these
picion that the robbery might have beou mim'.ilrd: at Intel est of capital and
onboard ''he Hoyal): (''h.il; the Cla'svillepost office. Mo:"rs. Tirlilmnin, and wear ;m"i l tear 10 pr' .
LquisXVIIl.. : to Fu.r.ce.In I sent of God, denounce ;as his enemies, jiB?
__ ;Morgan\ started for that place, where: their :M i l,icioI; cent.t SLJ,52.3 SO 6,233 Oil:)
July 131 *, lie ml1: i,1 Her Serene: who cannot pnceive the peouu irii:; l laic:
were strengthened. Christian i Weiru-h, the Pot Rent fora; building 'uit- I
Highness: A lleli-AJl'lridt-Lou-a.Cltllrl-! :: el tli.t-liil: in dymonstiation: ot St. Aih.t'tasius ,
Matter at Claysville! hold gone to Wheeling business i. alle for i such an estatblishuent I
fine eldest of Kite Duke t/iat three ar.d is tlnc'f 1
d-itighter. Jeoige Lire one, cue ,
connected with his n:.'rcantilo establishment fit : 2,2S5: ; 71 1,904}( 76 I
of S.ixe-MeiniiiL-eii; by whom Inhad two anti yet that ,three sire not one, r.or the one
the former and followed him.: An Fill 2 1-2: tnHs of t
place, they examination
daughters who both: raid in int'.ncy.: three. (In ;at! esser.lial( point:' you and 1 an
of him took place at 1Vl.eclulg and they fount I Coal per d.iv 54f. at I I
t of the same: religion! send I am too old to >
> In 1S27 of Ministry: the ; g-
l change ,
upon his person the identical thousand: dollars inclos- ria'Jst. at Manchester J upon !
oCicn of Lord lii'htmh'al! was revived into tho ir.qniiios: ;and changes as to: the nnus -
( :> ,
ed by Mr.Yion! in the letter. Weirich was s-ccnr 0,952381/i190
and} the: Duke! of Cl.ucnce r was I :appointed! [to r >eiititih. Uepcatii'g; thtie-lore my tbst.k-
sdin jail at Wheeling, from whence he will be in -- :
fill it it ,is to the vvi hes! I, fuluevs: for lIlt kind CIIIl't'n'GU. Ime hrs. ;
due time taken to Pittsburg for tiial in the United Total; 18,701( b9! 9,7G190 I ; con'rary lepoiUd I
of his brother the who! said ** As sure so goi-d} as to express, i' solute JOt.: Wit&!
States District Court. On examining the desk of The following: i is a statement l : : of the sum. King, I "

Weirwich at Claysville other sums of money have expended upon one of the last establishments )' -.! as you give 1\li;;! ; m rri office under his con- ,, fiiendship and brotherly l love.

been found, which are supposed to have tt en stolen at Lot.. ell, Mass. It is furnished uby -' tiom, he will make somo (t-rnl.c: blunder" I I
'I t Sure enough "'\ lihm" did not believe tilt'prophc II From the Mussachusetts Journal
a gentloman; of much intelligence and long I I
riy him from the mail. So far as! tho particulars go, '
ho Jo .sit-s i of iioiession-! : Murder will out.-The excitement! of nil\
it Li believed they are substantially correct<;shoult! practical; acquaintance: : with cotton manuf.ic; }, : ; '< ; { I

others transpire the public will be advised of them.! turirig." The actual expenditure of the visits" to the: v,.u-is;; poit-, and as his expenditure ,. rlac3os: of t people concerning the Salem mu'l : '-

Company: was- I was luost t piofus-', he soon atone der l btis: naturally led to a treat J1l1rHht'.f
from the above transaction of
Separate << For two mill with eight I athwart the Duke) of Wellington's hawse, :stories connected with similar! } ; lIbert; =. The
Which indeed is of eo! block a character that )it seems powers
acres of land $28G72Two who having no opinion e-f' this Koyal: l Mummery 1 t followihg! whirh I heard in cOn eusatinut a

4 to present scarcely a redeeming quality, nothing mils with flues, water wheels refused) to pay the bill." Tl.e new ,, few evenings since, i is a striking! illustration
has been alledged those who have had
,: by ( dealingswith and Gearing complete 75,262 Lord Bigh' Admiral was obliged: \ back his: : how the Providence of God can; de-feat; the!
him his lie is
against honesty. probably worth I Machinery! (:a fraction over 8000 ,: topsail nor did he stop till he had backed : cunning and! caution of man. How often

from ten to fifteen thousand dollars-may be said to : spindle) 158,337 out of the scrape and the office togetherand have the most ttivid circumstances; led to tic
be out of debt-and was driving a extensive and
very it of eiirres In the Sal, m
was once snore abolished.: : discovery titan :
profitable mercantile business at Claysvillo until the Half, ofearh mill murder the omi ion of the little word Jr.
beingcost 131,271 262,271 Like! all the rest of the Royal firmly, the ,
Very moment of his detection. He was charitable, Counting room and store houses 8,000 Duke of Clarence has: indulged ill' dicers on the\ outside of a letter ]led} to the discovery -

accommodating and liberal. Ho has extensive andPoctable Three blocks of houses for work people more or less: discreditable Hasons.r: Tile of a transaction;\ which the viyilanceofjinexcited ;

tea familyconnections: various: parts of the 46,000Agent's principal, hon tho t community had been unablatudctect
was one with} till
atato-has several email children without a mother, house in the I about relate tend discovered
5,OOO celebrated actress Mrs. Jordan his case am to
and it would have been better had they been without ; conduct
department, hydraulic press, to bar after years of intimacy, was a murder!
father also, as one, whom rests such unmitiga .
a upon maclJjllc- llOp and tools: 21,729 cruel and unfeeling, and the account of A gentleman travelling :In England_ stopped

ting guilt. Fixed capital 343,000 Mrs. Jordan's sufFerings at. the abrupt at a village. tavein to dine. The ina
Active capital' 157,000: and the jminner of it, as published: at happened: to Le opposite a church yard! ; ami

CONSUMPTION OF COTTON THROUGHOUT --- tit time, was in a high degree touchin .- while} ho was waiting for his iiinivr: he foot

TilE WORLD. Capital paid in $jOOOOO; Of.her daughters, one mairied an aid-de a[ fancy to stroll into-it, to read;! the epitaphs,

.. Cotton has for some years past been not The mills are estimated nt sixty horsepower camp to the King, and as late u S 1818, Sophia and tttk: with the sexton: whom hl' saw at
only the leading raw material for manufacturing each. They manufacture
24,000 Mary, Elizabeth, Augusta, and Amelia work there.
but the article of trade.- Ibs. of cloth of No.
leading 14 yarn 72,000square Fitz Clarence to
were pensioners on the civil After some conversation he 1 remarked
There is no other commodity which equals yards weekly, and 1,000,000 to list for
, 1,200,000 2500 pounds each ; at this time the the( sexton "But you are distuiMng ihedcnd, .
i it in annual aggregate Territoriesare pounds or 3,300,000 to 3,660,000( square Duke's own allowance
: was something near hero are bones have ihrovva. The

made rich- by its culture-fleets navigate yards per annum.-N. Y. Jour. of Cam.b'ron 130,000 dollars per annum ; there ia also a I lound 1 is so crowded!yni it is i impossible to avoidit
the to it cities built in
ocean transport are son in tho "
army. sometimes replied the sexton, and In
all its traffic-and least the Albany Dally AJrertiscr. ,
propertions by'its at
those who
so unnecessarily clamor his case nobody's feelings will bo hurt.-
OHO groat empire,though she may sit on sacks THE HEIR APPARENT.There about tho
e expenditures our homely government That is the scull ui'a stranger, who died
4* of wool, reposes the arm of her greatest is every reason from what we can I, think for an instant how i immca here suddenly, and none of his nhll'ions'rl

fiirength on bales of cotton. gather from foreign papers to that far behind "
suppose surably our plotter
country were amo<<; to enquire about him. Where did be l
Wo have before us several documents tnQ iJIne" of George the IV. is occasioned in this
4; respect, I die 1 aijieded! tl lea tji i\'cI<:r.u.jlo lc



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'J !'W. .. __
fziori.ils .
ri- .,.

r 1
tvTicre cJ U bjfci operations: in remieilr.g the 1 hair to : of the reward of ,.. .
plICIvonicr; ( ; a fi: "xi:(a u pervious my services. I XAVY. 1 t

,,j l't. Five: 4)1' six )'l'1rs n sjof lin arrived at the Iluids which rise from its roots, they facilitate did so" adds his son Fernando, in his history ;; Henry Allen, Jonn Acosta. t

the in;t t.'Avarf. ; night;! ate a }hcirty supper,, its developement] also, by freeingthe "I saw them always banging in his cabinet, I William: Anderson, 3, B. r'

Wt.nt i yo) bed apparently{ } ; in nood health, ands scalp from accidental impurities, facilitating and ho requested that when he died they Silvester Bennet. Luke Bouzer" I... "i!

n fouiul dead next injrniii,. His papers the circulation through its! vessels, and might be buried with him !" Nathan Barron, John O. Ballard, t "

r.ive no) clue to his in me or placo of resi thus enabling the hair to perform freely its Murray's Family Library, No 11. Sarah Beeler, 2, Robert Brent,
to claim his functions. Jane Baker, Cornelius Beazley,
and no on'cr comic
dtItnhe' \... "hich I } were found in Another means of promoting the growth I Maria Bernard, Ann Eliza Baker,
} w itches Now or JYercr.When Lunardi! wont Casey Bowen, John S. D. B y rom, ) a
his; rti.unh.T.\ The physicians: thought;; he of this structure, and insuring its permanencyis up in a balloon from Edinburgh and alightednear V. D. Batlongue, Adam Bonsall, 2, I}

dii-1} in a fi.in the I night, time.'* by frequently cutting it. a clergyman's house in Fifeshire, he. James Bruster, Alexander H. BowraoBr ... ';1Henry

*' Poor. fellow, he. lr.i.1: :a melancholy fate," It must be very obvious, that, when kept said to the clergyman, "We have been at I Boyer, David Buely.

she, bones. short its Iluids are less lh; blc to he obstructed HAVY. ,..
cxcluiued the traveller, looking at the gate of heaven since we went up." The Henry E. Ballard, N. Green 2
Bay, a
J.t h" 9 1 hike, he observed the scull rock to in their passage: than when: the hair i is f clergyman! replied. "Then it i i8 a pity you did Colin Baird, Charles Brown, t.

and} I'M, ), with a sudden motion, he took it up }Jung ; it being difficult in the latter case tupreserve not go in,, you may never be so near again." Samu-'l Berry, B. F. Bache 3 t
it j and it havea \ Augustin P. Beers, 2, Henry Bradfordclson
j.,1 examine! th" CUhf': tJ1lJ l perceived-lint a i straight, to permit to I '
II R. Baker, 4, Francis Bartlett: 3. .
to mil hid lodged!! ; in it. In au aiphi: ; to natural flow. It is; in early life, particularly I c. '

thrust the( creature out:, h(' stiuck! his finer; that frequent cutting will be found! HIP NE'VS. 1: Horatio Cross, P. R. Cook' i

air-iin-a! a n lit This excited his curiosity, highly: advantageous.Ve Ferd Cristin. Cashier Bank Florida, .. ; '.
t I'
and on close examination; he perceived th.It \ admit that: line flowing tresses are I A.Foster II. Coleman S. Chapman, 2, Mary Martin' Cellins Camp., ..

a n tip! h nl been driven\ through/: dIP+ back part among the mojt attractive ornaments of PORT OF PEYSACOLAJI/LrIO. ;, Ezek Cobb,

of the scull. lie did! not ii ike this discovery female; beauty, and would therefore be the I\ NAVY. .

known tj the srxton ; bill; in the r --'Ir se last to recommend their prom iption.Vlten'l, I Geo. F. Crump, E. R. Call, '
David Connor, 2, George F. Coffee Jim
hair becomes thin and, .
however the
vvlnt! chiracter irregu- y
of coinersition, inquiied soil ot I July .")lh-Schooner 'Iari.qDitkerC1".Otlcans- i Greenville C. Cooper, David Collins 3,

th" landlord h.idboruo; and whether In' lart or its beauty; ;is otherwise impaired, we' cargo to G. ,V. Itarklov, J. ( .uiu, Fin.ay: & Gates, R. C. Cogdell, George W. Codwise,

.'ill H'id11; l at the house he hail; pointed' l out., know nothing: better to restore, its proper !, and Foster John Chandler, Frederick Chotard, 4, ,;
Cairpl.'i Vdnbaun& 'Vjl-iiun, J C & C George; R. Carroll, Peter Cfistie
Vv'e also ,
than it short. ;
*' FTis a thiifiy! setting man; re- growth rutting may
money C Kfj.cT Mr Gordon, F Hcrjbc, J M Tio, II :Mkhe- Edward J. Cullen, Jerome Callan.
+,ih'.d i Use: s"xton' I ne\er hoaid any ham rttmatk; tint; frequently! cuttinir! the hair: 'I
; let, J Jeriuui, Jr. A li A lkn:1! Panotie, J Cols-ton, I I). A
f.irm: i'uee it (from j-plittiug' at the ends, and
of him. lie bought ucioat or I prevents i William DrummoniJ, Charles DeahonJ to
1 foiked tho of which : J U'.Viil, 11 ahrrIi4,11 Hjei, Navy Agent, aud the i Ann Dramniond Emanuel 7i
U.ir years art o and resides on it now. His growing occurrence so i Domingue,
oil neighbors wonder( how he has m lna, td common in young persons gives it an cxtrcmvJy t; toast( r. l \\.":IIiatn DoutV. Lan llOrn Dade, t$
I Pedro Delande, UwVallet,,
lith! -Schooner Dorr :Mexico aAbraham
Miry Ann Tampico
11 tYro\\' >o ri'di." The tiaveller! mnlo nu inelegant! ; and ungraceful :a appear' Dod Cyrus Dearborn. I :
-:'Jl lauios/ to Finlay t t Gate:< t
rt''n Irk ; hut olrert lag that he had: some ance. I NAVY. j 4
KtuAlfdue and t-isie; fur anatomy, bes',eii In children, l keeping the hair short is a i, l Itii' -Sloop Cottca Palit1'hGriJ'ur! Fudington7i.'i George ,V. Dole James Dixon, ?. "

li-.ue to keep{ the!/ scull. His wihv.ib read- circunist mce of no little importance, anal: : l. Solomon Desney, .J
j'! 7i.'i Schooner B. ..
San Arransas :.MexicoItydos ;
Kouijcau. -
i ju! _r iIi l.d.! On his returning: to the inn, the bhould not, from any light/ consideration: be .. I II John Edgely, !2: John Ellis, : i

ltiill-; id corroborated the story he ':ad heard neglected I Tivir: health, :nnd, we conceive, I and jicuH U master Josiah Lvan Charles Edee.: .

fio.n; liie; se\:tt'l, nithout heing aware that in: s-oiiv-1 respect, their bc-auiy also, I is prejudiced I'I 8th-Schooner Finz, (Phanix.) riHcrlj the 3
schooner Trinjmer, to the United iitatei; Scbr .T Ilmf-S Evans, NAVY.Theophilus Edn.onstdTf: ,
!Li: > x i"',t had<(<] Inv pculiartnutives} for ;in'juir- by a contrary: )ractice. Nothing is I I prize ; if\
.. I Grampu-cargo. 77 f-hues fiorn: the coast of Afi'i than
luxuriint head
::u I lining I :ascertained..... here a justice reIJ.1'1 more common to son a \ !I. r. -
'\ :' tMNX'lIer/ waited? up.] ).. (fiin; and of hair! accompanied: in children by palenessof Late captain of the Tinez, 1'raa'jiico: Pablo! do la John I! A. FULer.:I .

liH'le! known the crcirintauces that came .complexion! : weak: eyes, and fretpientcniu'daints 1! 1'urre. I SAW ....

.n !r'r his .ben'ation. The Squire \va- : of the head ;ich/('. Upon this :I Uth- Scboonor Elizabeth, For',\tho New Orl ana'' John II. Flint. O. VI'..

4-:.. vtmhy! ;acq'uiutcd with the former( land- : subject, we iind the following eveileiit re- -cargo: ,; to Ju-q: For.ytli. and: to (onicr.i Joab f;
).t"i.1 ml,] agreed; to accompany thc travellcil' : maiks; in a little: work entitled ''.\\'jre to j th-:tloara:: Boat l Hert-.ld.l MetoUSAILLD. : -. I. William Game., Thomas' Gunson- J'

', his farm.; Till'werc cry hospitably! re- :. young mothers, by a grandmother :" welecommend I : I. H.David(Gihon Girtrn.in, A.S. Gay Guillemard, .. J,

..ei\ed, and.] urged to rem.iin: : thronch the their: attentive perusal to every Jcly 9-ScboontrIaria:\ Baker \w: -OIlcansl James Gadsden, Ger.tilfili.

ni i fht. You see'ii to hl, a very prosperoti-{ l parent: :- ,lUU) brick* bv Mr. Ahrenq I Maria: Ann Gonzalez, t ?>>.

run," s id the squire, '' t'vcrv thine look* I I ":'I 1 he hair in children should be cut short .. _. NAVY. t
I -- -- ,
-- ff-1 O. H. Gli Andrew F. V. *
"son Gray
tu w.. J\1! !r Olt der.t Yes," tepliod the I farrr.r II I until thi'y" arc: chili t or nine .wars old--us: I Charh-s Green, 2, James Gray, 4/i

Proviileive) his Idessed me in all nnuf. i the cooler the bead; can be 1 kept, the less !!I We are requested} to announce Jolone; I I' John C. Gardner, James Gorden.

!"'itaking." uPio\iiience blt' :l"J'ou l !" i (aner; there is of nnnv maladies Ito peculiar1 ; ) i iI : JAMES: } GADSDJCN, a candidate at the I Ii i! John Gamble t

e\claim.4 the S1 nits, su.lder.lv/ holding: ur I tint- jar ot the( body, esjccialy: } water in I i next election for J}legate in Congress from I l I n.Gt'o.gc Hobbs ,

tl}(' skull! hefore ii'in; h u'nt tie! Splri: : of| the brain.; Besides] there is jood- reason; ; in tliis Teriitoiy.We ) William Hayes Hill, George Elijah lI.urbert., t.

Darkness helped you! Look at this n tip! !" believing! that chihhun; who have a cicatquantity I i Jac b B. Hutt. Rfev. Benj. Hutchins, G, .It

Thesuilrv! in m turned ;as; pile ;;.s a corpse::: ;; of hair, are those mo>t liable: to I ate "l rcue-.t| to announce Colonel Joseph! \V. Hall, Chikab S. Howe.

mil roveiinjr. hi* f.ICHdl: hu! !Ii nni> trem- upli-'ns! as scald heads) &o. it is at leiibt; JOS..l\1. WHITE, a ( candidate( the nextiderii I :uvy. ..I

1)1-d \iwlen.ly.( certain, that in thcnf eruptions life very dlidult !; 'J } ,n for Int"lllt':: in Congress from this H. II. Hiibbs. John N. Hambletcn, 4-;
) : i
G. Heron. j
Henderson Philip
II.. ronfe.sv!d! his; ri inn1 :m: W.1 c\.f''l1t'IL to nHl1o'e.i i( Tl'rrtory.-I'ltr: : t.S. 1Ivocatc.: ieorge Edward J. De Haven; 2, Thomas: D. Hayes: I
IM- hind been t-::rlntmjl by the si i ilrt.: of a' lIr::tu.1 i "Mothershosc: vanity may be alai ilH.'d, .. _-J' h..J -- I{I Thoma* II uchin ion, 11

ofmon which the 1,11 il'IldPIm'1l'f: : 'I- i le>t repeated cutting!; the hair for so nnnvyears \.. '. <# .... '" ..... ". ,I. ..... ... .,' .... .J. .f,', 01, .. _.!, Je ,. J.John Jackson, ;
; +a.:w.a W..r..w.. M"09"' ". s re8n: Lt. t b..u. '. '. Jarne4Innerarity,
w-4 L.iJ oiened befon) him :. he hvl miv"'( t !should n: ;ik: it c<,nr: :>e, may;i be attired' !t: ';. .:. .. ..:';.. .:' .' '. '.: : .'::.;.. :.::..:.;..:.;.;..:. Jesse Ingraham, Snrah Jackson, ,,
Li,id tniim with his cvenhrj draught, and h.u.tfirn : ( I that they have no Cill1.je for this apprehension ... > .:..: i i I !.1V"r. 1
.. -
t few arlilr I' I. .... '44 I Irf. i! Thomas. A. Jenkins. 2, William P. Jones, ?T '
A :
!l murdered him in IIH *Wr>- J psovldod! the hair l be kept: constantlybrushed. : .- -.j 'C : f
ui due left unnrt(1' in the I ftur! liner hair! than I ,J :.".;. :'1 ...'] :." ;. Charles H. Jackoc,2,
s v vcrc I never saw v> I : .a { ti ., :" -' K. .
,, .' ; J -

t wished :1111 I coveicd tt i'11 hair: the of school boys, until! : they arc in their tenth -:;.J ':" :..J. J-->I", 'tK ,_.. q .;..:;. :7A.Tt. t

. p'uy: s'ici.iu.Averc: of opinion th .t ho must h.iv.: i year."Jtnirnal of Health. I :.......:.. '.c.:... ...-:3:.. --111 ImI 11"- .-... ==" 'u" III ;';.::;' ,kI John Kelly. L. : J-

died:t 1 JJI ::1 fit. I I :.:..: Jj .. Ia ;::;'_- Captain Lear, T. Lawson .
TJ r2. .
For sj.x years the crime n.tniIH"J: undisriveted A PEASANT: .\:'\D'i: EMPEROR. : .':": -..... u; 3 > 1Ii ;.>, :; n :..J} YVillium hearing Freeman W. LacY, 141.
the murderer thrived upon hiv iH- I.,'t t "....... "3 14 t;; tYN' :" r .w_ .:.:'. Henry Lamb rt, Pores' De L'homaca. i.
.. e
when 0 rim
A Persian
to.id moved Ejiiperor, hunting, perceived : ;: NAVY.
w.itJen weilih ; and) had not the! old v.'alnul i .:::: > : < o :2 ..
thkail he mil Jit have IJ CIlH to his irrave un"rflJ. I a very man planting a I Z t'i1 .fijZ -;;c. 11.--. ..'....... \ViliamjC! LeoVilliam Learing,
x g. I '
the wDi'ks of tree, and, advancing; towards him, asked him I J.: .;;. I-j .-.,' W. .
.< So are ; I 1.4 :.; John H. Lee Joseph L'on,2- ...
s ) mysterious t- ..
; ; :'. ::: P yx: : ;:: :a1 ,....,. .;;.
i'rovidtMice big: ng>. The peasant: ; replied 1 am four -.-c..... ..... x:: ) Z': .i: :x ..... William! Louzada,
I ,t'..: 1-1 -. IQ A ''.: M.
years old. An aitendsnt rebuked! him fir, t .j 4 z ... ;:
uttering sack :ib"ir! !i'.ifs! in the prt-ience of_, '!.,.. ':.''::.. -'. !: --: ...,; .:.:!. il6:3! O.: :..'...:. Robert McKennon, James Mitchell, # .
flat 1lir1'r.-.mil his charge: to the ( .. ci .b'AI '" > Andrew Mitchell, John Morrison, .
.:'. :::: .... "": : .
... .. .. .
Ju'y "f the Over avid! Terminer, in PllIl'ldtd-! : the E'uperor. "You censure rue with-ml! ." r-.w bv.... ...;... N ..;..:..f't. Monsier:! Merlet, Thornton Miner. OJ IIuvr. -
: i i catise, replied the peasant; "I did; no' sjjealiwi'hout 1 .- ::: 0i co :) .
Kin said"irlvrrv
j:tvj, Jmiue!! ); .. r riT .
: !I. reflection for the I wise do reckon!r If.73 =" t1 11 William E. 2 Patrick '
:ictviicb t } } apparently must do : not : :;: ::7. :; ;= McKenny, Mnrphey, .
that time which: !Ins been lost in and 3 ::': ::.c f Cj =" aJ! := John McKenny, Joseph My ere; 5.
and of ubrc! fully ... ., "') r;, : ;5
h 1r4 andiihout t t
n, provocation] ;t.. : ?y "AiAIi L" ".': lamas Mayo, 2, John Marchand, G;. ;
de'min i is: the CClrI1wqUt'a'e, is mm dor. Ex- the cares of the world! ; -1 therefore: considered if.:. ';".;' r.... i ...., r..J ;.''...:'.Er RicharJ 'Morris, C, Thomas Miller,
; I hat to be! leal which has been t .:; "": I : "J Moorehead John H. Marshall 2
;''r"* i rtvilico: i is ivliuieoiu:/ peis'in kill anotboi! my age ....; 'J'.." L d : ; Joseph : 4,
: :lJ. ., .. .=':.h"I
the Leiand } ':! B. Macomber S 1
in serving disrlwrg.T.y: George McKnight, Benjamin ,
snid 1 fried] pist ,
vr.th; a Ar' David B. Morgan, 2, George \\McCreery-! -, ,
t1t'] ; ; : : : ::.: :::::: ::: ;::<>::: ::.; :: ': : :::::::::: : :: :: :: ::: :; ;
'by: "xteriul ciicoaistmrt!/ : : :", unuifesting the with the; singularity\! : of thy remaik: observed. 1'1''<\\t"--.. _I "T' ,, 't' '.'.,'.''','.f'''-''r'"' <",......._._..> _......._. ..',..it..,_... ... -.........,-...:"//i ., John -1eroor,2, William larT ner.I 1
inward Intentions*, lying; m wait, antecedent ; "Thou canst :.r.oiMtope to see the\ trees thuu : I II I N. I 1
John !;ickel Floreatin Nfevle.5AVY. 7
i cn,
to perfection.) "Tiue
meuarns, foinind gr-'d e*, and. concerting crt I II planting come ,
schemes to do the bodily Inrni. \Vithin !I answered! iie! sare; "but since others; plant; .
party t Lloyd B. Newel!, 2, William l C. Nelson, t}, p
thi'<;; cl.iM of c.-k
cides that result! troui: the doteslabh: practiojuactico : pi 'lllt t for the heneiil: tf f.-tlujr1.1'! *'Excrl- O.J.O'XeilL r j I r

of DUELLING. In t'neso meetingsf leiiJ !"' ex'liuii'd!: cme.cror ; upon wh'u h, Alexander: Orr, _
I JbH.
blood:!, each p.iity tomes with the formed. :.:s" \vi-4 the!: custom \\hene\erany one was I rI John Oliver. '\'

d Sl.Ttl.: 4)f:akirjiMy; Ui.: life of his opponent) ,, honored! with: th'' ;lpp1.H!' C of the:sovereign; 1 P. ; ..

trailtrllen: ((miLIl r.'1 mil''s to r'uher i: ihe sirT'.xor : : a I''r''c'' i burr pic":Miied tbo old: m.m: with 1I 1I I Nancy Pcrrym.in, John Hone Purvis; I :
D.'Pouer John
William ,
I Phillips
is, -s well in t time eye of tl)', }l.r* ns in 'i t thousand 1, pieces of gold.; J On leceivirigthem I t James Parker, Samuel Patterson, j t.J'f! ,

tint af ieti'in! mind mor.iU, a tuuideret of the : the shrewd: pea-; :'!unit nrsde! a low obei- George W. Prescott, Mrd. Patason,

nioililiV(1'+IVucdi clmtt'ae1''r.1'till'rrll'Irr'J.uZCftAJth!: ." ; snit: :e, ml,I added, "O Lin other men'stieys I; Th&mas} L. Parrott Jules Pescae, '
i M. Peeble
:, come to I p L\\ITED STATES.'Npureuanui I .
[Ia'"'.-lvlj: : : :- 1 forty -w are, 1.! have produced: I! : fruit t a> j I Amaza: Paine. 2, Hugh Y. Purvianco,'::1 Y

the + niin.ry ciicmiistanccs: of hch::! in conjiinction I :'1)111)1) ; they "..:l.lt' p1.} !!Jtctl." "I5ia\o !" i.iirl I ; oflaw, I, Andrew Jackson President:: .I Andrew Pouloudiae, Henry R. Poole. rHwtrY
t ofthH} Unipd: States of America, dO' declare .
hereby '
and end of Pinkne ,
with : : and regular exci- : the r/.on-.icli: r a !see purse g )
.J I I and mate known, that n public sale: will bet R.
Gie j tits v.*;'r- prt"P.ted, when the old man excl.limed, .
; only bjfe r.ncl effectual means; olI'tvsfi held at the Laud Otfice at Tallahassee! in the Territory Benjamin J. Richardson, ..
viu;r tit: hiirand 1 poinotnr; ilsjrionjlijj : I I "The trees: of others bear; fruit only) twice ayeir I of Florida.omhe second Monday in October AAVT. i

.,!Ij !briu..\', is th": 1;:tlnent ue of thy comb!] : bat mnin'I.; has yielded I two oops: in one : ii"\t. for tho dsposal of the public l lands within the I Thomas Randal Asia Rodgers, S, i i

... .t..'. \ !\* J/ru-h 1 ;(11:1 1 : eiiulu 1 ibliui-->!i.I' day."-" ) lighlflll !'' replied' the Emperor, : limits of the undermentioned township, pitnnte North Joseph rhomaa D.Russell Rodriguez 6Villillm, 2, Hillory' H.Russell Rhodes, S'
I i ui'tbo }baati Imp, and I'.sjt I: of the meridian, viz : ,
1 : will t.c readily; pl'r<.civcd, by I..f'rence'Irt1Ctil' ; m;I and a third purse of t'joM! was given ; after i s. h
i Township two', of Range MX. ;Matthew H. Smith Thomas Steams
his horse the ,
f >" of the hair in which putting to monarch -
:" { ( as pointed out : spurs I Townships one ani two', of' Range seven E. Simpson Edward Sewell ,
;i .iji-r an'ne.: that whatever has: a ten- ; retre-ued, saving! "reverend: father, I Townships!' one and two,of Kaage: eight. Efenjamin Sevvright, C. Sully. -

i-' .,' to ipeduthe; pass';!' of the i1 ids by dare not stay: longer, lest thy wit should extinguish Ttiwnshipsoneand two', of' Hangs nine. Fanny H. Sayer, Joseph Sharpe,
Townships one and two, of Range ten, Stillwell, 2, Joseph' 8weler,
\4 !filch it i h nourished from thc root along my treasury.: Joseph '.
I ; The townships will be offered in the order above : John Simpson:; E. P. Steele.
tlie tube! hi the of each hair: must nor.sjudy I '
centie Ii i desi natud, beginning with the lowest number of sec- Richard Spear,2, -
prevent its; proper growth, 1 lender it ; COLUMBUS IN ClIAI S.-The caravels tion in each township.The I lUTr. .

thin, and] deprive! it of its soft and) clossyppetr.mce. : set sail i 1 early in October bearing; off lands reserved by law for the ue of schools, Alexander Slidell, Sanford A. Street, 2.

':"+ There can be little doubt that Columbus shackled like the vilest of culprits, or for other purposes are to be excluded from sale. .1 j Philip' Stockley, Jacob Saulpaugh,
Davit M. Stokes, Silas H. Stringham, 4,
this is the effect to a certain extent, of the : amidst! the scoffs of a miscreant rabble, who Given under my hand at the City of Washington, I I Cha'F. M. Spotswood,4, William E. Spencer,

practice of twisting the hair from its natural took a brutal; joy in heaping insults on his this fifth day of June,.A. D. 1E30.ANDP.EWJACKSON.. Arthur Sinclair, Charles Sperry.T. .

Direction: and! of plaiting or firmly braiding venerable head, and sent curses after him .
James Hezekiah Thompson,
i i'% pursued, in obedienco to the dictates of from tho island be had so recently nddud to Dy the GEORGC President : GRAHAM, Ue.... John Taylor W., Tally, Lawrence Thervan. .

1 ianhion! :: by most females. The injurious the civilized world. Fortunately the voyagewas Commissioner of the Gcncnl Land Office. N VY. .

"oiisequenccs of such modes: cf dressing; the favorable and of moderate duration, and Phruston M. Taylor, James: S. Tibbet, .

hair, can only be oh\'iilll..llty a daily resort : was rendered less irksome to Columbus by Jeremiah Taylor, 2Vdham F. Temple, 61
*. which conduct of those to whom he was given olin Thompson, Lemuel Todd.U. '
) the comb and a lUll! brush, by'Isentang'ing the .Mdiee0 .

) restores it to its natural pi ,i- in custody. The worthy Villcjo as well as ,V. B. Utley, .

ton, and., freeing it from every restraint! Andreas Martin, the master of the caravel, AT an Election for an Alderman in the place of V. i

"nubles it to receive a due supply of its appropriate I ; f felt deeply grieved) at his situation, and always Henry Hver declined, held on' the 21st June JOSEPH : D. Juan !Id. C. Ve,3lay.W. .;

fluids. The growth of the hair i is I treated him with profound respect and SIERRA had 97 votes and FR.\ cISCO MORENO 47 W.Nathan Willis I '
Charles Walker, ,
not, however, always impeded by artificial assiduous attention; Thry would have ta- \"Ot03. SAML. Secretary.FRY. David Williams, Leroy W ker, r t Ii

means ; this may result, also, from allowing keu ofT his irons, but to this he would not IS-It. lonry J. Wiggins, 4, Harriet William*, "if'I r

it to become (U tangld-(1 and matted together i consent, "No, ," said he proudl "thoirMajesties David L. 'Yakel", 2, Samuel Wormly, -c* t.= i

cxtrcnmlv'lrabl { commanded me by letter to submit! List LettersREMAINING 'VilliamVilson*, WilliamVhitney.. :: .
-:i condition. to which it i i4 I ; of ;:
under all whatever Bobadilhi should order in their JtAVT. :-. I
> its form. Hence ; to '
peculiar i
James P. Wilson, 2, Nicholas B. Water, :
ho has : in the Post Office, penwcola, July
.'iicurastanees, frequently combing! it and name ; by their authority put upon 1 }1330.. Clarence"Watkins.4, Whitten, t. a

.. brushing' it through, its whole length is abso- me these chains : I will wear them until they ,. 1& William! Woodruff John Winslow, 2. ::- !
'I .
utaly necessary w to its proper pjescrvation.'ndopondent w shall!! order them to be taken off, and I will LoriflgAveriU, Robert J-\ ilIU't.' I I ViUiam Jt Warner, .
afterwards them as relics and me- Peter Alba, 3 I JOHN DPi M RIM,
; of the o od cflects of these prcsc-rvo > P.'I :





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T rritory-of Florida. Hugh Ciitcty, Complainant' > ; .A F.tUSH: sUPrJ.Y
Proclallzat.io11. 1 t's. > b CfUSCr.RY. l
Superior Court Escarnbia County, Allen & Lewis, Derts.I" ) II OF Fashionable SUMMER CLOTHING I '
arrived, and I for tale
Ordinante by the UaJcrii'Jt'J
I 3d Section of
- WHEREAS, by the an Pensacola April ind government of the COXSTSTIXG 0],'
not residents of this District, and they having
City ofPen. cola, approved 6th June, 1627, the patrol John Inncrarity: Compl't *|' i( failed to answer the bill of complaint in this cayp-it Black, Bronn, and Green Dorahmirf t

regulations t oTtbc city and the ringing of the bell I TS. i is: 'therefore ordered, that unless! the said{ efendants Coatees and Frock Coats
are under, and subject to the order of the Mayor : I. WilKara Bornett Thomas .
second in
hero before the Monday Janoext'and
Therefore,the follovnng regulations will be observj"fid. ': Barnett, Daniel E. Burch, i appear on or the bill herein llie Angola, Circassian, and French: I.inen10.. with; \
complainant's ,
The City Constables will ring the bell at 9. Timothy Twitchell, BenIN CHANCERYjamin :. I n same will be answer taken for confessed against them, and variety
o'clock P. M. from and after the 20th day of March,
Journagan, and the the matters thereof decreed accordingly. And it is JACKETS. '
until the 20th and during the remainderof unknown heirs or legal ropresentativels !
September further ordered that a of this order be published Fine, and frilled
the year at 8 0 dock, M. of Thos. J. I copy plain, linen jliirU ; KI.tK Ifs
Fifteen minutes after the ringing of the bell, the Wyche,deceased, Def'ts.IIIS j ii\some public newspaper of this District for four inn cravati end stccki ; silk pocket handkerchief,
city constables, as well as the patrol, are directed to his counsel month Micce! *savplvonca a week.A j silk and cotton Hosiery ; black horse-skin Blur;
tall] day came the complainant by from the minute'. I
true copy and linen gloves ; silk, cotton
and slave and
the streets,
commence patroling every wonted .
the that ini.pcndrrs
pAi motion and it appearing to court Clerk.
ou S. BRYAN:
found by them absent! from their homes after that hour I, ; black, while and seal hats Of fine
the defendants William Barnett, Thomas Barnett, :Mariana Jackson ,V. D. 1'. Qll'lii
until without a written permit 'fiom their County, I cs, nut latest fashion, with a general f
day light
i supply oC
1 heirs
Daniel 1 E. Burch. and the unknown or legal re- March SUtli. 1HU.Tlios. ::: .
owners or employers, will he taken by the city! constables prescntutires of Thos. J. 1"'} the, d c\l. reside be. Baltzell, Compl'N Attorney. BOOTS
the the Jail used for the and
or patrol to city '! yortd the limits of this Territory. It is therefore or- '

there kept confined until the next morning! when! they 1. dcred that unles* they appear here on or before the Johnathnn Brantley, Complainant, 1i t .4iJ AND fibS11OES iJ
will be brought before the Mayor,to lie dealt with according fir Monday! of September next, and answer the comi! I i rs. >I.v CHANCERY. $c.

to the city or inanecI. lainant's bill complaint filed herein the sallle.11. I Nancv Brantley Defendant, ) I

In the name' manner it shall be their duly to take be taken :for confessed against them, and the matters 1 fT|j IHs day came the complainant by his! Counsel, I J. Q'N cilJ.I .

to the city Jail every riotous, noisy= disorderly and thereof,;ecreed accordingly. I J& and it appearing t" tlu Court by the! affidavit I Pensacola :May 12th 1620.-I4tf.
4runken person to be dealt with, as above mentioned. And it is further ordered that a ropy of this order he i, Charles V. Stewart, that the dtfeni'ant resides out ,
baud the l of 1'Ea nsitcoGiven I ___
under City
my at published in some authorized newspaper in the Dis0| the I Ii-trit and Territory and has not answered
' this 1st day-of Juno, .A.-fl.ALBA 1830.P. trict, once a week for four mouths f-uccetfeively.j the bill of,rnmplaint filed in this cair-p.: It i is therefore I r FOR SALE,
] A .. unless aid defendant here
true Copy, ordeied, that appear !,
j 4 FIRST rate Barge 23: 33-95
---- tons builfTTcT;
Teste, on or before the second Monday ol'June: nt, and
(;:0.: F. BALTZELL, Cl'k S. C. E. C. answer the complainant's bill herein, the panic shall ill nccuh County of the beat ma eiinlj, lrn.t th]
Noti A. GORDON Sol'r. be taken {for confessed apaint her, and the matters: 63 feet, brf'atlt l lojfect, ; finches, ilrpth{ 2 feet 9
WIN 0 therein decreed accordingly.And I nches, will!! be Sold I low for cash or an approved

uote, DIl'Y|
c the month of August or September, JS27, was Territory of Florida. it is further ordered that a copy of this and the V'ANBAUNA WILSON
STOLEN from the uh-:crihl'r. at rsnt.iim.e foregoing order, be published" ( in "Miif newspaper: (If' __
Brook, Tampa bay, Florida, a Draft drawn by the casein District, Superior Court flscambiaCounty. this District,once a month for four months succes.-h --
then Treasurer of the United States, Thomas T. iy- i 3m ALBRIGHT'S

Tucker, for 500 Dollars, in favor of laeutenart John A true copy from the minute:.
Page, Aceistaat Commissary Subsistence, dated in Penpacola: April 10th, 1630( S. NRYAX, GVrl. !i COLUMBIAN SYRUP.

April, 1827, and numbered 4W; }, payable at the Dank Andrew P. Rimpvn & John A..5-m Icon h Slat; iailn.h.k<;on County. "'. D. 1'\
of the United States, at Charleston, South Carolina.All adm'rs of John Simpson dec'tl and JohnEdgley. M.uch With! () Jus:Sl)t. I A ItEMF.DY which has proved it5elfliuppriortr.Swim'lJ .
are hereby cautioned against negotiating Thos. Balr/ell, Complt'a, Attorue-. or any ot the Panacea for the cure
i persons of the diseases i
.. following viaNECIOSIS :
or receiving said Drift.BLYDEN. ts. ::: I
VANBAUN, Tho unknown heirs orrftprrscntiu'ves of CJ ilrick : ; (or alfection of the bones,) KING'S
Adiniltistratorof P. llhan.Pensacoln Thomas: J. Wyche, deceased.T1III.S J. !! Notice to ; EVIL (or 3CItUt;' L.1,) WHITE. SWM.LIXC ; i

I. .. : Juno 1, 1:33: :). i-lt. day came the complainants by their counsel, Makers.A I I LIVER CANCEROUS and BILIOUS, amlii.veteiateULCKKS-COMPLAINTS: ;
.. motion and it satisfaction of ;
appearing to the : j .
I RHEUMATIC affections of thehead
the court by affidavit filed, that the unknown Icjral; 1 I SYSTEM 1

.otiee0 heirs.or representative of Thomas J. Wvclie decease 111arl.-el.n7[ be opened at St.Koj j/I i t'l1er11y ULCERS!: ; of the MOUTH and THROAT.{
!, are not inhabitants of this Territory. It IPthfreforeordered
that unlos they! appear I hem on or sa J land, in ichic/i I :i'HILlS, and all other diseases arising in the
; of !M11RCURV.As. : .
I'uprojier use
,.,liE price of Flour 4 :and 5 Dollars! befiirethe tint Monday of November nett and an !
being !
per a general drjiuraiiye arliclit, or clfanserof.
swer thtcomjilaint filed\ !herein, the same will bo taken or 8,000,000Ut
-.I.. barrel, Bakers will give from to-morrow, the blood Iti i
for confessed, and the mutters thereof decreedaccordingly. ,7 ryiud I possesses ii>T luatle po\\'fis ; it
19ih instant, 20 ounces of good bread for H.i\ ceuts. : I BRICKS rupjoves tir! appeht.And bus also! the mnnrVuhJocu'vct }

PETER ALBA, Mayor. of! priting the skin' of that yt-l'csw bilious!
Mayor's Office} June 18, 1e: O. And it 13 further ordered that a copy. efthis.. order J[ may 6c disposed of fir the arc oflhcfun'y'cations ; ;- tint, MhUh i ie su common in bilious consiituttcni.:
be authorized I
published :\1)(1IC new -liap, r, punted. l J.
in the, Ui'trict aforesaid, once week cur four months hiring iic *i/ccr. IS--.). ALBRIGHT,

successively. fe of oho Brick rnujt n-l V ;oat tl.an The proprietor, in offeringhis! !'haludtlphia."Celt,
City Va&es. A trice Teste"copy, Tiff;-t:, 'mcrH1 nor ri',ro thin: t H Ii; ."> iin-i!,.-!". This S/(WI'" to the public, furnUhra! a few of the met-I\'t

GKO. F. BALTZELL. j variation in the size i is allowed! in consideration: of remarkable cme, performed' t by the in
I game linti
CM. S. c. //: D. r. \
I n hereby given, that deduction of five A. I I the, iinequnl shrinkngoriftlieclay: !! in burning and dryI many of its SMpeiior ri-mediftl! jx-m-rg, is given hui
NOTICE i: will lK allowed on the Taxes due the GORPOX, Sul'r. i I i I :rJoauatJiun ,;!: it. It is I desinibU': bo\vr\cr. that: tie? required: by lespe-rfabli ;persons siding in difiVrenr( pang

corporation of this Ci:,'" for the year IS'.W: ), if paid to I : : Brautley, Coln p 1't. ) CifAStr'if; on t I i i I thickness; ( 1-linoluv! ) sh 'tbt be f
the subscriber, on or before the first day of July next, TS. application for Dij l) p'jj-ibte.( :! :same, as well:) as ben.g the ncausot! convrvnf; lo
$jt his OlBre in Palafox street, where \\w will attend \anry Brantlt-y, Deft.( )vorc 1 j i The Bric2.wI ''noflTored:l star :IP. \..il' !be il'$r Ct- sl'tir: 'tllow creatures: who me ss.'ilarh afllicitd
each day in the week, fi'omll to M o'clock! Saturday .. ,i I: ed, and rcreive.l, if ibtia: ( 1 to ?iI.* 1'1'J rj'irdityr.ii.i: : ,I,! sine, speetty[ : and iho .tati faetioti of Court lint the
appearing : t, iiie! n..t.n oftlu) : !I'niilio \VoiINVb uitiicine!
and ) "ol1-: l itf-\Pr many ; rare at this time uiofnl>utcd
Sunday excepted. roost
JACOB RICKF.TT3;, defendant rtirlevout ofth4l! Territory-it i is thcro- ::n i iii-pec, lion r!;-idts iu t.'io ncticu oft tiruo: of the couutiy, brltl forth io cure tricr'aseo,
fore ordoied! that thin suit be oct l fur hearing at the ui't.it
City Tat Collector.Pcn / Biicks; : no vc tliifi.'n-,-t'u ,trill l-c rrccit'd ; but the wliii'h tniy haxe not tbp sIi> !ritcst iufjumt, some
acob Juno 4 leSO. I next: term cftliw Cow t. ,,ril" will !bt" kilt b-'ick: r It, tiP ..\'nl'r.-:. of whit: hey bad tied to th> ,
14 3t I pievio IIP .t the
It is further .!. Jf'rl of this order bo
os' Jhatacopy publishod '
; Thf1 miiikrt: will h'! ; o.-cd! ) on th. ;>! -t rf }1)cccn- 'lirtHS spay be !seen by t.ltil' own
..... 1 in :some one of the authorised nuMpdueu lor jjthree ( Hml1ehI' th 1 i le J '.I nurst.Ti'.us.:
:r or l'rJ.!; : rp'juii'-'l: :Ktipj-iy( uay t he medicine i is PO highly reputed! by sr. jje of rill
1 months surr.-<; UNITED STATES' SLOOPOF ll:1 : [noice .? t'H. I iil!} sicians for the CIIIK of various disr.isrs, that totrue
A true copy f frmii tile l1Iinut !i. I I: I'il lYII'J\\i, on I 11 iK'kili'li.rr l *-'t}, t.. li In" n!:-,dP! I j-.roprieioi's own )knoivlpdje. ten g<*nllrmeo: of
WAR HORNET. S. BRYAN, Ch-fh. s|. wh'Jii! '\f d!l.jmanl'dot: '! it wovld! bo Inure tin' t:1f t'ncnl! faculty were induced! to
it in
Mariana! Jack"'m Cnmiij, W. D. F. nit'nl that .-ci.tU-iMMit! ,.lord! i le i footle at the!. rxj,I"'hf'J J i i-f', to w Lich they themselves l.ad been tiy dis-
Congtesa of the United States his; March! iOih, I.- '.m.() snl.jecr,
\f each' month! of 5i .-
} and
TIlE I ; or "H' qvaiter /! !; reJp..li..dy I grc.il<< benefit from its! use'
; one parlicu
the subjoined act, for the benefit Thos. Baltxell; Cuutp'ts.:1ttuntey.! on 'i tw :'lit: lit' llarch.h' Juno "llt'th:; j l lnrly, resilirg in AUentown! N. J. whose' dissolution

of the surviving relatives of the officers and St'l-'enifior' : ; and! 'lie :oi.4; of DjriiLOr.. !| was threatened! bj a Ksrere attack of liver com
(Samuel Gates I I The coin ofitiuo! doll:! irs: will !:'': j--tid it-c r--\f-rt plaiutwhich hail previously redhtrd his
men composing: the crew of tile l/nited States' own treat
tlofl"aIJlI brick! : fli-Iivercilul! H:. )Il.-r:. .laisd HillllI,1 neat, wag in the course of a few weeks restoredto
Sloop ofVar Hoi net. Those::; who have 11.0! cuditluttSliult d.l -
Keeps constantly on hand a choice : the enjoynn-nt of perfect tirallh{ ,
claims to the benefit of this ac.t. will pleaseto selection of l j i fit{)tn. II. Chase, I The accouuts which have been received from

present them, as soon as may be, to this Capt. Corp* Jlfifrinfers. agents \ia different parts of tlie Union, speaking: of
office evidences of the following the good! .effects produced by the aro sulli->
accompanied by syrup
GROCERIES. | St. fl'-ll1db.nJl\hnh If.th.f l'':i t'-a---t t? :l' { rent
import.If :. : to compile at this time an octavo volurve of
consist ing of t triof I IIf'wnr.'s o:' two hundred I poses lo enumerate all
the claimant be a widow of one of the : Notice. tb' cares .

Crew, she must prove a .l l"gal marriage. ,'JtL1Jt.' Liquors, i I The ilosc.t of the{ Columbian Syrup," are judiciously

If the claimant be a chile, he or she muttprove tc: Teas 1 I': 'tin Ill':,nb crlber intet-ds l loavir.i>; this ;place: for tt] proportional, nlll l adapted lo the ape and
i _I.. North rho lat oflfil I, strength of the Imimin :, slnl.<< (It is
that there is no widow that he she I I on } ue-1 t ; :1-:d oii'e iiiorere'juesUull } so pcifecily
; or j *' TSOUindebted du- .. innocent, that no evil ef.ecu, need t be
Sugars, f: p J to J tc fr! .u of I apprehendedfrom
is the child and that there I IS
are no other j it, when taken ngrecally to the directions
children ; if a minor, then application, with /ttlr, i Ilaincs fc, Gate, [ior ill i may be given without any apprehension lo the

.. the above proof, must be made by a guardian Fresh f"loaT r to himself (vrlio-o} ; notes or accounts h .y. become j: most lender infant: or feeble Adult

lawfully. appointed ; if more than one child '." Hams &c. &c. I due) to make imnv drain Pa)'mclt. hoe 1 silo do f I :iI.ijc.1L RECOMMENDATORY NOTICE.
not avail themselves of this uotice ,,
> u.t no: com-j Having recommended the uf
claim then I use Allrihgt't
should in
they join a power of *!\Vhir h he offt'TCfin gale; on the ino.'t ecoommi>dating plain if they find il-eir accounts in iho hands of an :I II "CutuyciAV Svnt'p" in my own private

Attorney, authorizing one of their own number term Als;>, a small invoice of I Attoriiey collectioa. for uetiily! save ye trs, and having witnesso-J prxctict.its decided

or another person to receive tho money V\3 II Sainnel Gates.Pensacola I : vtlcary in many cases which had pitvioiiiljn

for distribution, presenting proof as above. \t-'l'r\YRE. March 1C!::, 183M::: ) .-tf. 1 '' (' the usual reuedies: { 1 now K ill nfurh plea

If the claimant be a parent; he or she consisting of j -iiire gne my testimony f HI iu fuvotir, and will quote
1 | .! ffw of the most remarkable cures peilonneii
must prove that he or she is the parent, and Fancy Chairs NOTICE.: I he same \vbith came under my notice. br
that there is widow child. 11
no or
Ladies Work Stands Mr. John Hinckle's ton, of Abington township
If the claimants be brothers mid: sisters, or t T: : HE Undersigned has njt.siituted ar.u appointed 1 ;i j i :Moiifjjomcry county, Pit ulceratidn/ ofthe month
lither<<: they must prove that thero are no' Dining Tables, l land tlu oat, and violent i.iflHtnRialion of the r\PS
widow ADAM GORDON Esq. I thc, it'"p bra (!leroynl the soft of the|
children I pnris
no no parent, and{ no bro Bureaus, &c. &c
j throat and roof of the mouth, that it laid bate
thers or sisters, other than those making the I Iapplication. At the Xew York pricey! to close a Coniigament. Attorney at Late, ':the uoijes and made its way into the iw+t'-1\h"

If there bo more, than one March 15, 1830--3-tf i Mary Peterson, of'\\ ilininglon, Del confirm.I

brother or sister, then they should join in AND: Sciulula, under \\I.ich> she laboored nearly three

the power of Attorney, as in the case of X. S. PAn xANT1ER Esq., Ins Agents ,and I years. She had extensivu! scrotulous tilrtratii;
children. NOTICE. Attorneys in iact in this place I on the: loft side of the neck dorm to her breast ; the

) THE Subscribers!'! having entered into CD-partner} W. Hnsell Hunt. breast very much enlarged ; her left arm swollen
In cases, however, where one or more of ha011 hand, and expf't to ker:. n. roii- 1 and useless; and her brad: on the affected side re
the children, or of tho brothers and sisters, staat supply of the following article, which they. oll,ron Pen.'! cob, lit February, Id:\O-GO: -4ra! j earning on the, shoul.ltr,41rtf violent pain in her

Cannot be found the rest will be entitled lo the most reasonable: tern, viz :- r i system. General( Thomas Snyder, of liucunatieetlecaiuu
40 I of the l head, followed' by an obstruction of
receive their due proportion. Bag*green IfavanaCoffie, ICLO'l'HING,1
8 Bbls.: fST. Orleans Sngai: > the uofctrils ; severe pain in the upper jaw, etemNm .
AMOS KENDALL.5TRCASURY 4 Bbl: loaf and Lump, do. r Gum the nose over the cheek Lones ; the cheeks!

DEPARTMENT, ) 13 Chest Imperial, Gunpowder, Y. Hyson and TS, BOOTS AND SHOES.J. exhibiting high state of inflammation.-Mr. Valentine
Auditor's Boracf of ulceration of the left nostril, obstruction
Vh Teas
Hyson ,
Office, 29th April 1S30. j O'NEILL
0t 2 Chests superior ftap'l! and Gunpowder do. i in of the same ; loss of smell difficulty o(
t [PUBLIC-No. 35.] 2 Ib. Canisters, HAS just received fashionable assortment of ; breathing, and sevvre pain of the sy'Iell1-ru:!
20 Boxes and Spring i Mustek's wife, son and daughter; Mrs. Mustek rf
An Act, for the relief of the widows and! sperm Candles, 6'i and 5's,
orphans Chronic Rheumatism
( aril which she had) beenluOlictfd
tallow do.
oftlxi Officers, Ceauirii, told Marines 1 Cdk. "ujri vvimerHtra/nfJ sperm oil. @[h
of the Sloop of War Hornet. CO Bags abut, various sixes i which he offers for sale low for Cash, 't tA..10.J.VG head, and daughter of scorbutic affection of the
t Be it enacted by the Senate and House of 2 Casks Baron, consisting of ham, eboaldcrs {I \gum and discharge from the left ear..-Stephen''
Representatives of the United States aid WHICH ARE !\ Snare'* son of carious alFeclion of the shin ; nearly
America in o 10 boxea Rains, Black blue, brown and olive dress and fioc.'i superfine i- I the whole of the shin bone was destroyed, together
Congress assembled, That the 1 Bbl. Almonds, 1 do. I.oudooMutard. clothCOATS with many of the smaller bones of the foot.-Mr

widows, if any such thero bo, and, in case L 10 Boxes F. Crammelin and Co'a ChoealaleJ & PANTALOONS. James i\ ')Iinn, of liver complain: and asthma

there be no widow, the child children 'o. 1, which he had upwards of nine years.-Mia. Myers
and if there be<< no child, then the ; 10 Bl>ls.! Wiiukej] 5 do. N. E. Rum, Bang up cord, casiinet Irillius! and circnisiuu do of ulct-iHifcd sore mouth ami throat, And! friar daughter
parent or\ 6 Bbl.i American offccrofula. Besides the
Anchor Gin VESTS. diseases above l ems
parents ; and if there be no parent then the 6 UbI::. Newark Cidor, meiHted, I pi escribed the Syrup with great succesi
plain black and figured silk velvet, Valentin! toil 1
sisters of
the : in
officers seamen 1 Cask London Drown Stout, mercurial cases and secondary syphilis
net, fancy and plain silk! blue and black cloth
and marines, who were in the service of the 0 15bit. superfine Flonr, 8 do fine do. With a variety ofROUND In giving this testimony of the merits of th*

United States, and lost in the United States SO Kegs Richmond chewing Tobacco, "Columbian Syrup," have divested my language
of War Hornet 2 Boxes do. CavendMi: in small plugs. JACKETS, entirely of technical terms, the better l.. be under-
Sloop shall
be entitled to, 6 Hlds. superior leaf Tobacco, derstood by those, to whom it intended tu conveyits
and receive, out of any money in the Treasury 8 Boies Havana Cigars 20,000 Melee do, Fine flilled) and plain Irish linen [ j et&cts. The length of lime the diseases have

not otherwise appropriated, a sum 1000 common do. SHIRKS : been dissipated, convinces BJ ', that the cures are

equal to si'months: pay of their respective Iron; and steel in bars, Plough :{OUJ8! and a gencr J duck, check, cotton and flannel do permanent, and it may with propriety be aid, thai
assortment vfHAlWlPA RE. t its healing qualities rank it among the first remedies
deceased relatives, aforesaid, on the tenth -ALSO- DRAWERS I of Hie Vrt'it'lItdav.
day of September last, up to which day th JOHN I. MAYWEU, M. D.

arrears of pay due the deceased, shall be A choice collection of Liquors and Black halinnailk and CRAVATS' Philadelphia, March 5, 1828.,
plain do.
allowed and paid by the officersofthe Wines viz : Silk Handkerchiefs Glon ( The above mentioned Medicinecan be procured
accounting i, Hosiery, striped 3nst al alias dollars per quan bintleof r"e.8ubscribf'

( Navy Department.. 1 Pipe superior Cogniac Brandy, penders.Hati and Cap, who will exhibit to any person applying, the certificates

Approved, April 24, 830. 1 do Ho ands Gin} 1 puntheon Jam. Ram, With Domestic and P'ct Goods. of cures alluded! to 5 111 Dortor Mayweg.Vanbaun .

The editors of tbc Eascrn Argus Port 1 Cask Sicily Madeira, Pensacaln. February 7, 1129-4-if. fc \Vrilson.Prnsacola .
] do. London -
particular Ttneriffe
land Claret.: &c.
Mains; Boston Statesman, New York THE subscribers have IGth January 1821!
lately received a newsap- N"t0 to ttticls. JMaktrs.OTnilE .
Courier, American Sentinel, Philadelphia, ply of Boots, Brogans, SliDe and PUDlp9Gentlemen's -
Baltimore Republican Richmond fine Bearer Hats, of the blest fashion, 2 easel; : Market for Bricks otSt. Rosa leland will be
: rer American ; Enqui Wool, do. &c. &c. Ac. JL closed on the 31st March, 1831, instead of 31et Notice.t

; Mercury, Charleston, S. C. Now i in store, and will be sold!ow for cash to closea December 1830, (as stated in a former advertisement) I II
Gazette, Pensacola will l i unless the supply required shall have been l I
j please givet concern. one Sett I provioualy
above complete Dining Liverpool 'j I A LL person indebted to th.>> PENSACOLA
six delivered.
insertions, and forward their Ware, with a genera ouertmcnt of Crockery Al o /\. OfAZJSTTEOFFICB, for Su'ocription..od' -

.?i! Accounts for settlement. 7 dozen Fancy'.Chair Wm. H. Chase, remising and Job( Printing, ate reqnwtoU D *

FINL\Y & GATES Ca y'- Corps oj E7I"illcrr v. more to call anti setti.
..feas.1 ow, Mal 21aM830tf.Ie : S*. ftort li 4; Mat 7, l ':O-O..tt ts May :!'!h. 183T?: .


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