Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: November 30, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
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. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055167
oclc - 02707006
notis - AKP3155
lccn - sn 83016253
System ID: UF00086631:00170
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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Y-I tL H lJ'fJT POLITICAL.from ( General that he-should--- :
TREES, &c. _VV_ _VV thinkpropei to im,6-
EDITOR PROPRIETORTu'uhiJierofthe I apprint or Uuce to the public
AND 4 detailed '
tie Democratic ena-
Lntrt ({file United !f ales. Lirnau Botanic Garden & of State. lion, in which he mnket me MT nil and

at Flushing I MR. MARKIEV'S ADDHCSS..TO such are. hiniselJjtse! ornothir.g-a coaveriation
CECRIPTloN-Yt'a.r g5 near New Y rk. \VM PJU"KB ( tl totally
TIlE >ener< a for the
PUBLIC. unnecessary of ,.
Half 3 purpose it
year proprietor of this Etaish.; i not well tMiuinif no individual

j Quarter year I 50 I.I men' Iltt ill l puhlinhed hi* ntw and. en- V Mr.: t.1Chai1onJr.,' Isaacks, and and he alwajs acted on, actings his own he'protest* _

Fubciiption payable in advance J 1-"e't thr I Lrttun, have :h< <;ht proper to in J does authority-
ititlog'ues or present yeir was great to me and, probably will to the
V A un_'rlS1a. Every advertisement 2ih edUu.i, comprising Fruit and :- V name befuie thrpubhc, MS th.it ofa their re V seem somewhat uaaccountable It public,
of the width of one column and raeajunng '. impiic.iled, or u some ,wy conc-i which '. think ghe*
'. mental$ Tr es, Greenhouse Plants iiuib re- me pain to of these thiiii !
IFI! more than twelve lines of this type, first ':h n"lIttltnl rLcau Inl.h t'nOlI5 TIC"t'I an atte.npi; co iIUiU; (' (,tftai (\ having de- as buying emanated horn pi-rson esreuaIr.to-fuun
V i Pun', &c Tio colu'ctuii! M- Fruits conI "Y'- friendship tar arms or
I'!)'t* fifty cents ; IOflt and wider ones nt.. tainin, a'liliti- to the foriiur I ceitaiu apfoiuflcrItbouId be Ins .! Secretary of i kindness, aad in whose friendship 1
i I p'e.M assort 1 reposed
l.e snmp rate Rule and' fijrus'c work, rnar-e m the evnt of his eiect.., as l had been the most unlimited
I' ,butl.pnce for the first insertion Ad- ., I r-l tie! new and )highly c"tce nell .. dent of 1 the Uuiied States One advocates The succeediner. confidence.
: morning after the .
i\arieit cli
nave beei
w : iniroduued V con.versaiiun
n.e,IiczfltiI1s will be tastefully iisflaye l, !I Of:he publication ol these t'ol: r I Jackson wi.h Mr. liucfaanan
."h, Mntici* b>' Mr l 1Ci ,it Preside 1 met with
ofthe '
QCturdin to the iifitre ofthclIl, and "III'I.J t bee, that the have rise '
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) glvrn a plefr4 med Jlr : oCft"onessct' inthe Hall
London !llortirultural of the!
I ? IIlt'lsut'd by matter of this size i> pe. 1 1U'hfii :. SO"s-t Uby Pio- of abuse and calumny which h. s relutioa' to ilou.e of P i>|ir tentative Air recolleo

} iiertrd nt interval,' (that is, noi in- i! fc'lur.In Muns o' lim--i-U, irutoi'irr> retied against me. it i is hot. hoc"" t tbn (I.5 4iot enable me to state whether it

; EeiI e eiy,. 'H.t k. fiom the first to the j jla and includes above 500 varieties not .,{i.! the (puipos'e of averting this pclluutd .tr had written was at hi< sear, or In the lob:! or on the
in each: insertion wil' be fcrod tor sale by cny otHer estabiisiiiiient j!I: or of '
V. t 'til1) noticing ibme who lia>e cr f friend aiofa. at the right hand as you go into the
e" n* a W'"i ;tlCul.-Amounts -I' in the UnionCHEHRT thtii mite of slander, t at I sit dsavu. subject of (4)O'. V

a,|',.VI i.v.! :. ': t tai, >!irt nl..ays on dcinand.il TuuOfthf'se 15.000trct-s, objtct is of a high.r natue ; a e cabinet; an- I may here be permitted to remark.-'-, ih.....fj .V

r s ii < -Hiactvill be made with of vti) tine "iz- a.fl% exrerdmif:) thrifty 41.. 141y"'lIjuilicc. ud, so'If a s m (.' ue\1 to j Mr Isaacki hf'iugOn native of Montgomery

th .t' !1)i >x'vi': '.' rtJ\"t 1 liSt- by the year. P..J.CR rnxts 0000 of :large fri z.. f. Ct)1fr1jai atlf jud ruioui9hill pe-. or get ;da- county (Pa.) tile distilct I represented ia '

;C.V (>:isi: : .'"uknis directed toV.. and vo"y thrifty and viv 'r-ms R'o tu, in. : spiead the truth, and lie whole uVula : trie lepoits Congress, he e rly sought my acquaintance I

L Ia>-'! Jlitnt. I'OM Master, Pensacola, wil! eluding .he tint at nrictleH.fth.; South fore m? fuliow cinzeiis. I do not hopi- : if lie in the session of lb;>3 and 182-1, and

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_.. ----_ -- ----- cuudnllive! te whether vale character ii
,- -= -- t"\ thf ji tce-wtll be Tt-.1ced. propitiate any of relation to himself, and
V I enemie: :*, personal nr politic! ; no. him touch- in which 1 took an interest and to the best of
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: oJ :IkI1.AflU VJSGEMENT.Floiia > iln and thrcxce vIrnjactkinds. tortn.*. "r tiny ither .pul'P"it. tuiM I'J* 1 replied IT7 ability & ozirv .4,.,;*i ., f-ftfiffir: s.. v'd .:

fJ tiirulj healthy. full Mail: tnArc.-'NVaroOOof -IC cl.oice TV Ihf ifMti > oi the fcnileniPii. whu ha\p i (i>ai sui>- au intimacy -j.l
rietif'3. .ek! LCd w'lh 'lit greatest care' pf-ed upon me ilus unpleasant; d'." ; get an op- Irequntiy drought us togt'thcr.and t'Tt.u into -
Juee> err llteSd:4V: at 10 o'clock \. M.Dtp y the habit *
from the Wine countne, from the! 36t.! rc-lais's to w\ sf-if. I cout* have wisSr I with him, ot" frt frit"ndl'y and uqresurv
tit' >" II|( iiy "' J o'clock' F. MAll cd conversation. The
V to the 5-i'h degree of Ltiturif, and coisuicd have breii "paiod this ;,:ppd but it should vote conversation which

Other A..e ails, se<]"'f-llv ; in eveiy section o* the longer a matter ofchoc.; I might i
Union st"l:.tons w 11 h. .isn-li? hy th! Vj4roprcor J h,-e.i persud">.l to p('..flht ilio errors r.Jus .'c- us, is incorrecilj ipportrd ; hfr assuredlyiiiisapprehendtd /
PUKevrrj Wednesday and Sunday RI : ill.I cIJl1u'h '.fMr Buchacan & Mr I : nnpjrtant or much misrepesentsme.
if desired, to iuii
anv tI- '
V 4 .)'/"k" Al tHiI I "nsill from R want of reflection I "* 01 ije.i. I From: the gem-rai tenor ot hit state- _
ul'r locahtv and wh ttie.
rt1 largqua
and I tLentVVthjs
r.-nrl every Saturday Tuesdi' pats unneticed and from shoittd however does not appear singuseemj .
I a desi i.'e to I 1iar
I.n.n't"t. al rt dureu ta'f-s. lh w.
it '
>t i past 8 o'cmk.t.! : gi n' pence, I might -\en luvj been account ot Lie Ifom narrative, to hare
s.ipern>ritrofthe reseiit c\.Uertiu.! .t'' a-i-
OT.M'OMX! their Jug Hut nc j.aidruo.-- ird to our reliiti.-c positions,
VV-Ot1tC llours.mill' f"H.l' h'-f.{"re ofier'' i-. itie !juioi.c vvllb' 1 JOT Eaton, on their unkindnc-s sho\v.ii; ; Jut* hen Clav I're at the several meetings, to which he has re-
'ce-xcd D) I'lh".j< tf> the catalog"'.'* : piesmne ;" Arience, than? (/-Ten the substance of
Citizens of Pensaci !a are TepeC?- I e.ill metlie nepoliatui ," i-i .vhat he rea wnat .

_f.i.1 (ulh rtqu-su<) to t..ke h"tlC.Clit,** or by visiting tlittsUdjl.aiiihont.. pr--nts t'. be a co-iupt transaction, I !j St-cretai} passed between us, relying upon thy rerollectioii -

V the Post Office will unifornly/ cJos>t-u (I:7" rataliigucs may be i bad g-j,8 of mpt-ratively! bound to peak, and I : was elect of Air Buchanan as to. dares. That

on *-a'i\
the MaiNhould! be deiaved! later llla";' Mm! will be pron'ptlv attrndt t., ,. blame: aud condemnation fall u JacKi-u's Ifcn.icks and myself, on the subject 'of the
the iiMial liuur '.T 'd'ri"I; in which! C t.' W. iA-l-.LL 'U .1' *1: ,zt.PPn8cla outfit! : .:j.-re it j is nientcd', hut not on I tloui.y of' Cuchattan{ irtiden'ia! elc1 ion. thf morning after Mr.
*2d .Vn 1827.lIE If'he' not motive ] ". *' had railrd tit se** me, I perfectly
the Ulficc will .be kejrtopon, ut lc t st onehour. wey suOVii-utly well-remeiober and I have
Aol Ih' no that
TJJC Ma,I. -aithon{li not due \.. --- f't tr.ere is another n hdlHuld !.: : / IHO..g1i, in the coin of that
: leH it'UI.f i- conversation we agreed -
rueAu (
mine efimt i is
til % 'ciock "I'1.., usually anivta: hooj- EV'ALMA1 nl :ugb the : couid that Gen. Jackson's of
find ne prospects aa
thf abj.se of
my name, lo \.ou.J ; :
enough to be opeiifd n> 3 o'clock, t>o that dflnH'ff-l .f : & C.iciau..n! election were fair ; in fact w? br.th ex- 4-
goun ablett :
th' inline i is u& j ili\ pen two Iiotira.lhi i.CF'li I' : .m! and rt i ( Mr. : ri-sHed cuiseives n"xiou* for his- success.
(.5; : -fl rituals
a andy "t''ua'J'ol" 0
Post; Master llierefore requests, that I Relieve! ; i ccoruiii ly 1[ distinctly rccnli.vi Mt.l;nacks remarking-
to be uul inidii d. :
aod in
llto e who wisli to enquire fur l.ttevii on i{ v. i;ir i bi/arrJirjjj .i hat much wnuid depend ou time course Mr. .
1L1 f tj.iin. I bon; n.> to } -.
thai! iiny, will send or cull before 5 o'clock, u'jiirt-stunaiion: j.ait. sink : !711s c'IlHe; 'lay's friends wcuM tako, and expressing
\ rZ"; .' ; to cast ti.cra djnu
snd iht lie be enabled to clo the I : his br'ief!' tout they would act with u!. I re-
c ;
may 1- tl-e h : !! !'ts which ; I
1 "i : ; they 'have 1 l.ouorul ,
Otiice at that tir.ie.V ( .- .. ... .toin".......,;. .I1t.1"'fo.r&tr.1. .; :.1 ', r. _._. pHJ. J-. ., t'c...n... h"'t1 r ,,'"IU')i..Il (U hat"I.!".on' ,' tji0Jtthe31.WOnl,1. r "m

kA 'S!: ..\ 1 tJ.ric .\; cmen.lfh i. ,1n... RIII( hal'rji" sof ilcSildt ii P\.I. ) : : .,nt olU"- ;'l'll1ed that he was hu second choice for
AM) FOR iL* AT 1 Ill: I' 'resident that he would l hi, first cnoice
; >r ,
\luscHunt au.t of the b\ ho a.' Union.Thnt then &Lad ,
\ PEN?COLA BOOKSTORE.OlX I ao. i igjnaHv 5 fii .iid.v to rhe ( : ciiaracter, General Jackson was elected! to p appointed -

to3r Ah43cr. ---- t'.oti f.f Cell. J.'LrJcsou fi) tbe PICSICJCd appoint Secretary of St.ite, au: that he

\vcekfrom thi date 1 ,11!! .. ) 1to 1-. JVJ not (d.\. My A'"li; ;s of gs l :ilch of tile had ficq'ipnily expressed himself to that _

FOR SALE L thf llo" tii-; ("ou''ty 'iiurt far l.eoti4 u>rds him fir his njih'a/'y stivicc" to : i ,, I I en", ct. I huve no recollection of having

C ty ot ":. :l" lbit. for 1 *.crs--.t.h'i"iniitr r-jiuitry rrainit!, anj (\.'1'h I t; t-jiiain, j L-ciig said to Mr. I-.nacks that I ni,hi-.i tojefMr,

.1 Ui.Ei: iiorsESAMI i t'on OH the list:.t- f>f JOHN M (iiTJ.K.dereustd. ('hzt ngc'I 1 voted (fo r him in tin ) ; BiicImi Ilaton .nor did I, with rnoie th.i% ordinary

1 ..' !. CMiA I 1 \ \? 1). !IH OU1 E.rai rrr'ie 'Hiicut of 1824. Afc a reJre:c i mo\ lug ia interest and eainestness, insist r hit General

LOTS, U \)' Y.rl, P'i'e'li. t IIi |I'. 111I"hUlia. I subsequently' uoi disiuict- Jr Lon, if elected, ought to appoint Mr. -

Oct. 15th, lb'.7-31-e.t. .S ;ave r.it; :1 lilY vote, but used my best 'Sccte'V: all an- Clay. : -
: in 11"- tih'. of IJ#Mi$r.lffh. wrrcl! hv' the -. .. n.MIS, tt'j'.v fair and honoiab.'e!' in ; not. sepa- It niust be app !lent, thru before I _

Btib;fribt'i* : \ iz. OIKLo\ tin tIt! < oinciot O1XTYdv. taint. from thai ..ht. I w' t-> ; euijt'* !his i election: Jo tne PJ csi1xi no rc....l- or any one could have used ihestiongi
!' Inndencia ** 1J'il. I IJ _
ljk-o\m( trtt.Sii : t"> 'he lion- It.f '>iLi !! t1" Cla"ir. The United exeri.is o'his fl :( j : Mi H. t.i i iniruage imputed to m*% it waS
Iloastwith on
lh"- f tlirtt! ('ie s'.ijry L.r;*ll1ia; Countv, to prove xue -ii f \I luivinjj f ileJ to i-iiVct his election, I ; cd ill "
llUinl/ now ,.'I'CI1il'i Uv (apt Mi ;ut'I Ia Ii indispensable th't it Should h(' d:5-
; Na .cy Gorman tl("convtl. t't one of ihdse who felt it a i i i'Iion ; that I h. I

< -nh-s.$ One Lot on the I s.s Corneii 4 fr*. "Madrlti.Pen !: : ht it proji-r. imrnrdiately to ( : I f.tlllt..t tincfy uinltTNiood tht 1\1. Is i irks : _

( I'ttmKnc: : and rtad.-n strt-e-s, having 1.j'lCL V g i'tul 1 ti.-e btnm!.Hd 1 of cppo! .ition, SVII ; aiJ at..ut: v/is autb..jrij.ed, by Genor.il Jackson,

thf--on H ohtorv store a'nj) a I *-o story' acola _'9ti! Oct. 1827.-33-StKy knowi.ig the piincipes! an-1 the polk I I' thej; -\HI j I'J rs-c-tfrve proffooith/n: to promote his

dw ( Hn'r; lloif.: With! out bu1.I1.gs j ; a d file I1H'n1: \I'. I.! to be calud l too I were used Ot'tb.-s I
elfCtioii.: had idetite-
no e\ _
on. Lot on .h.- \\ ( t I 'ol'ner d'ti e s.in- the President J'tLe United ; !i is t in udinin'iikti''ing' tlue"} m:! I II inc. I'roj-: V
"nit tur houseu, I t beu i nor nntnrtainud any opinion: nor rid! __________
!\r'r't8, hiving out s'or) S'atvs. of the Union :-L'r.3U. I had! l \ : &? n

Hk I'n out buddingsThr 1 (-d bv a coaftitutioiial 1OJoritIf; ; cnc:. 1-1 I nt: any time or to -.iny one, oMe _
fci) vt- p1'OJlf'rty.ill l:e s'l.l low tt pursuance of iu_, I Joiti OriMYVM i i I St.ifr. in my du-ire to lou\- G<'ueral ff A:;u:t strong l.mgimge imp.ia-d to i>..f by
fore. tiii. Apply at tiir h..us.ot Ui J.'"* AlAM! Prec.'nleit! oflh! United Mate- : Son el.rted, if did not seem to me' that I cbjtni of Mr. Is rfcks I \stI[ ru'cIrle'r tlril _
ot Anu'nc.'t, lo htrtbcLire! and njukv' I resist embarrass and I ( the VV
Ornz w ( cal"d! iiD'jn to pro
the time boi!
Jose Tapiula.2i knoun, t'lnl! a pubhc ba- will J br lu-l.i! utHit 'I throw the Adi.iiiiistration, whether it ) to gixt! a= WP believed .md expressed -

Land Oiiccut 'J'a.ibhus&ce, iu the IVrritor tie tight or wron J ihoughi it my I'I'I of ir.s our belief, that if GeneralJaikscnv.s

: 22d Nov 13J7 -jG AIMSMOLUT10X > ot Florida, on the! s>rroi'i klon.i:iy 1:1 I t as a Uepeicntulive of die people, and )lvauia in dtcmd5 and he could

-- Uecembfr PCX', fir I he d.s.oal; of the citizen, pnirutly: to wait and see cnteituiAe\1 not be elfiifU withuut tlie aid of Mr,

lands netein; t1 "II\.1t-t!. l cneial rliirnctcr/ of \ : hioue.iIy
to 'jt : Cull )e me Clay and his Iricnds tit! he would Y _
of St I Townthit0.. i and 2, of range Ho. 6. dams's Admiii": atioi, nd what \ i his p.ir: ,
rJr111E pjrtnersiiip) FINLT UtoJt
; be
1 Further
'i No 1 2 4 5 the complexion! of tiis cabinet. ; confide appointed Sec'euu-y ofSrate.
ownsliips ,
i Tt.v, :'ii rU"'t'qut'llc'* OtVthe death lit> ________
Jli Janklb..iltln di-.Kohfil all ana 6, nd iraciioiinltousjiips When I asceridiiiod that he had : as to tn- Mr. ISII'.KS declaredIm be- _

V .* lu\i> rlannft, tu l'ie' ;late firm foer80' -, No. 7 it 3, of Ilange 1o. 7 his aid such able and experienced : frien-i- licf.iu: which { concurred, that a tarjjopottion
ii apiinst
; ( Jaik-
vd {.rrsetit them to tinbubscribcr tor Townships) Nti. 1, 4,5, G, as Ir. Clay Mr. Rusb.identified Mr. Southard with ) 't"Il.appoint of tle western delegation! _
1r. Harbour men !
7 IracftAnal l
and townships -
Httinlll'nt. an t those ptrsot s indeoled pullican institutions of our :: State. from tim unreserved conversation wa-

\\d come forward and nike payment, \08 aiud9, of Han je .tjo. 8. peace aud in war ; men who had ( h me in o- had hi-J: on the subject wished Mr.

.as Moun.ulgeiice: 1 can be phtn.JAMES i Township fractional No.1.townshipsNo. and the cou denco of the Hepublicmi prefer1r.. Clay to be Secretary of State, in

FIN LAYPot.svi7oa,20'th V tiafions of Mr. Jc.fl Mr. Madison, any other
N-.* 1827..-36-tl* V 9, 10, and( 11, gf Uange- Ko. 9. a Mr.- Aionroe- ; men rson.wno V linn, I long horn the 1 1 which desire they wore joined by a

township No. 1 und 2, 1 and v.-erp incorporated with the grcat (' to Penn l.irgf portion of thu delegation from

L.ll\V.n and fractional town- I IISlupsu.l1and12 mocratic family of the Union, I did not her wisb>s I oir.er slates friendly: General Jack

oFRanp No 10. nivselfat liberty to doubt what the General 1 son's election. It is indeed a well _

-IJR.1! ,-irbrrs: h.ive associated All situate South of the base line, and i the chaiactcr and policy oL l\Ir. I I have known factthat the friends of
.. East of the meridian. 1 considered that in t : iaUy amongst
j M-en.s! tv't' m practice, a& AUornu-g, 4 Administration
(,{. ,- .,-s -,u< P, ctorl in the brveralCc The Townships are to be offered in the II appointments. a pledge was given to Bnch-tnan all the candidates there wis much speculation _

lit.. o' I :." t h:tiren" and Admiralt\, order above designated, beginning with nation that toe policy hich had been the public ou the subject, much wassiid: _

ill t1.! ;t J lAt nnd Western Disircts: of the iovrcst number of Section in each. I! sned} under former Administrations a cont'er- unrcerveiIv!. and with much zo.il end

Lands reservea by law, for the use of : be puisued under the present. I sC1.-JUi
JMd c. unit .n tUe Court cf Appt-a's; at | guod htmjour, on the subject cabinet
"., :I so ThevviH!! aisu attend thc ch .uli, or for other purposes, are to be led therefore, that as a r pr( :" I ltmcnts tint ifthis or tint r.mditinte -
fcu excluded from ;nlc. I the people, and as one of the pt i that con appo ;
.' ::0. of Decutuj
1 : ( ciun b of t he Counties
iuj i in and the Circuit Given under my hand, at the City ofVahing-; would not permit my partialities, my ,' it of I succeed lo. the Presidency,
Exr'y i
C<)UP'i i-f Ivory Georgia and Jfj| in Alabama.'I ton, this twcnt)-e ig-'I.th day of May, A. D. 1C27. pointmentg, or my prejudices, to I {,! made 't the: gener.J voice wa rra 3'd in fivor
Julia Adams. better of judgment and patiiotism exp-ct it
I Jit-ir Oai..* i at \'ehbv lie Jackson uiucy thai I wonld'judce my the : It is ( of, iind the genornl cynaissays fixed '

CfU1ltj, Fl" .r.da, at A inch [race one or IlV the President. its measures. If it continued' to \ years and upon[ that JI5lin a;shp
tl't it.trno? at all! tunfs i' be consulted, 16-25t. GKO. GRAHAM, and sustain those th.t' snslaiurd a sv_ Buchanan I inflexible republican} Henry t'lsiv, as

except \ h.-n.alttud.np the Courts. Cemnujsioner. ot the General Land OJlcf.1XTY which! p-'oniotes national pro>pt'rif.v. at the same the first officer oJ'the oYcrnmel1t,and

Letlersi business will receive immedialeutttmion. rican manufactures. Internal ) \ of Cou- I bohevo l thatwhich
: days from this date I will NP. : now
: ami cnimneice ; and to ciiarisli: peace, had many
ply for Letters of Administration. "n the Presi I lexer of ihs canJi.I.lh.'S! had been e-
JAMK3VEIin, I adininUte'r the with a -
I I1II lt W. UAUTIBR, Jr. 11 estate of John A. Rogers late ot iv>- gard to economy government it should receive Ul public and I jlectod, he would! h.ve had the offer

'Webbvlte. 1Nov 1':7.--35-11. cambia County, deceased. dial and heal ty support. in all that i of the most prominent situation in the

--.-- -- James Pcndletou. Flue latter end of December 1824 ever ad I cabinet ; that whicfi be now holds under

Jum DC La Rub, ) Pensacola 8th Oct 1827-29-8t.CONSTlTUTti hive, but cannot with absolute he has re- :; Mr. Adams. >

rs .. IN ATTACH MENT.SpL say. it was oiMhe S'lth, my friend I to give It has been stated that
J 1'. ( nal. '% I"O IOB. chanan called, to see me in the ( us. I I repeatedly ,
V I >what sin 1! t: was the agent or us M jor Eaton Is
l- il..scnse H \\rit of Attachment has I and appoint M.cajah. my boarding house. I happened to ,

IV-IKM irom, and u hUll hitS been instituud I of Pensacola agent and lone in my room :-he sit with me a been so pleased to say, the .'negociator' of
Crupper my
I in, the Cuunty Court of Escambia Attorney, IK all matters and things relative. siderable length of time; our j with a ,state U Mr. Cl yt authori.sni IQ nir.kp propositions .
( turned the then
,--pdDcipaJl1. .
Oliniy.VnVaoob a'condition
ai.d for materials otaaka pledge
to the deli cry receiving pay Presidential pas* d b-
el on.-Ilr. .B. -
lS'h Nov 56t. at the Navy Yard by stating that he felt great ; himself, and al character, for the vole of Mr. Chy

K. Montgomery.ilobile. the election of General Jackson, Turnished to V nnd his friends. I do now solemnly

r 4.1 SA kJ, V ftb Sept. 1B:7-C9'fi V his friends would use ever, I82t5, as to V'and positively larl.laat the charge

Vour Shares in theforbuildingaWharf.it 1 means to promote it ; to .which I Thai.betvteeo these and insinuation: are void}. of truth. I ,
that 1 with him in :
heaitily united !
FQ.h and never did either or indirectly -
3"l': S I : Mr. Buchanan adverted to the place, '
'MYR13 N1 which were rtfl6at.that the friends o .pc .concert receive. front Mt. :Clay or hi s
Paiafox Street, in : ". GIG; Adams were" hofdtnj'.obf'lhe idea !$ business! friends, any' intfnittionwhick could .
Penst.col: casf h<' should be elected, Mr.-Clay : construed oven bypolitical: ran- "
i Enquire at the Pcnsacoh Bvofatore. prabJy-beoffervd the Jitaati % "of lowwdi m. I J"

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.. nil had bnca proclaimed' a but have not succeeded to our S
Said -
Qunya ???
thing | I
of which I hod the honor to be j knowledge! there auy The of what <
iulo such a commot or any. I ( 1ml tendency to Sovereign State, through the Influ- I most was/suoscribed i in
which slightest j
tiling t11 remotely approaching to it. I a member, did not comport with my corruption or bar- II' cnco of some "restless and ambitious Pensacola has "been collected ; and

had any such agency, by any one : feelings! or sense of right considered and wrong such, gain fix or to'trare Mr.caher A lams, to General Jackson persons-that new regulations. bad f through the politeness and exertion

tendered 1 houlJ ha\e indignantly I should indeed have &c. It was expected, of'some gentlemen belonging to the
been to'Mr, Crawford, or to Mr! Clay. been adopted,
rejected i'. I will go further a neglect a gross dirvliction of duty. discover however, that the former order of United Stales Navy, one hun'dred .
I [ able to among
was :
-and Mate, thai> novcrdid I in the course I feel somewhat at a loss for friends of the respective candidates : things would be restored, peaceably aud seventy three dollars were collected
the j
lih1 ClayJicur terms sufficiently measured, in which I Federal l fiom the Crew of the Ship
ot any cuimvsation \ fair and honorable 1nx- or j forcibly, aud a general r
; him say or express a desire l that to speak of the presumptuous and unwarranted and, was zeal a the election system be adopted. The U. States' Constellation. To all that wore efficient -

in the C\'UL of the election of Gen. conclusion at <'hich Major iety to candidate promote i Sloop ofV ar Vinccnnes, was at in procuring us th.it favor, we

Mr. Adams Mr daw- Eaton has arrived, and the bold and of their favorite I, wine frigate acknowledge our obligations ; and
Jackson, or 1 which it has I: close this communication, wn;,-h Guayaquil. The Brandy I .
lord), he *>houU: 'wish tobeSecielaiy unceremonious. epithet has from me in vtudi- 'I had been there, and sailed for Calloa, feel frecr to render them our mojt

of State, or hold any station boen h jHJHJIjure to apply to the'are me !, cntionWliyself beejygxJpfted and in justice to all well ouhoard: both hips.I I hearty thanks.1

in tho ca in er. Fuiihcr, I neverhave I The co9jP PPt&, reported ;w !I From the Baltimore American.*
I by '"Mr.1"BurhJIMn and Mr. I- those who, through me, hare been assailed I -We The New-Yoik Commercial Advertiser
at time, or on I Buenos Ayres-Important
to one any
any and with having participated i- VIv loam that Minister
1 nnd laboriously and carefully charged sa e our Mr.
nu&elf 1 "r sa-;cks7 favored esteemed
occas'on represented have been by an ,
-.my in transaction. It : G*UaliD, and family bad taken passage z lit
evidence a
furnish corrupt
wished it to be understood, that 1 wnsauthorised 'directed njninst me, no duty friend with the following extract of a the packet ship Stlvauus Jenkins, C: pt.
make even of a remote or circumtial lHi been to .me. ., a iust, unpleasant. 1, I which sail from
to leceiVe, or to o- ; letter dated Macy, was to Liverpool OQ
the of Mr. CUv or t sm : character; to warrant the dej i _-one which 1 sincerely ivum. ijcouid Rio DE JASEIRO 22.1 September IB 7. the Hih inst. for this port.V e are not informed

vertuirs friends.'on I think part to make j t cl i ration; that I was a negotiator, and have been spared ; but I I t u \Ve have no news here ; things of the reasons for the return of the
iris proper lowed it ti myself, my I Ambassador; or what diplomatic auauge.
de- thought
declaration 1 feel fissured tint:: nothing but the in Buenos: Ayres have run into much "
unqualified wade in the time.
ihis general and I uicuts ace mean
that there inv not be left a loop j i voU'd zeal of Mnjor Eaton, to the friends, and my countr I have en- (disorder. The Provinces have se- I

doubt on this subject. cause of General j dcks.m, could have deavoured to avoid; offensive expres- I perated from that of Buenos Ayres, The Georgia Journal recommends N!-
on which to hang a fne of all intclliirent sions and personal rcnnrks, save on- ''TUAXIEL: MACON of North Carolina,
until ten t '1I1)tQd him, in the I but are. determined to agree among as %
I did; not know d.iys: he those which I hive thought indis- i| Candidate for the office of Vice Preiiteitofihe
10 use thc language j themselves and to on the war
after the i-lecnosi nf Mr. Ad.ims, that people, I audI .carry Umted Slates. And the Puitad -]phi.t \

!!r. CI j.y had bmn oflfcrr-1 the appoin'jr.ptit has used. Mr. Buchanan indignantly I pensiblu to my oiru\.joslificaiion, I for the independence of the Banda 0I Mercury U)s that Gov SUOLZJ. of

of Secretaiy of Slate ; aud set aside the imputation, attempted toe bearing directly I on the I statementof I iental. The former confederation i is Pennsylvania, will be th* C'i IU"ii it. for

4 that after b cast him by General Jackson the gentlemen whose qver-zeal has I disolved and Buenos Ayres is now Vice President, on the Admiimtiaiiou ficlt-
known t f upon ,
:, and i ir i, .\ well .r.t. '
induced them to break into the sanctuary et ; at the next election.
lie hail the otTer ho corisuhrd many of having made a proposition or under a local government. These -

of It!. lends whether he >hou1d, or propositions, "to him, in the name of of private friendship for political people [the Brazilians]]] count' more The Legislature of Georgia i met on the

fell Id not it. He told me, inaconvcisation \lr. Clay or Mr. Clay's: friends, -and purposes upon dissentions among their enemies 5th ult ; on the 6h a Mr.=nje "-u leI -
on accept; I
MARKLET.Philadelphia .
that he always ceived from Governor TROUP .)M 'IUP 7tU
he (14 me the honour declares, in express terms, I than on their own abilities to coerce ;
: Oct. 1S27. the of votes foi joiPiiu.i
acted and himself 30t. returns \ erevxatnined -
to hoB with me on the subject, that representing _-A -- peace. ; and ihe accept'-mo? of h would be to him as acting, on his own personal responsibility -- of Mr. FORSITII, as Goveruor of Ihat State

of domestic >- and was solely moved by MISCELLANY. took place.
not nlv'iff! ;rie haj -- -i --. 1P m l' .A 0 1L A
manifest c; -
but serious pecuniary loss. it zealous and anxious desire to JNore ll'llTlJ.-A man liquor came
jvnrs f..ipn for General Jackson The Orange Crop*.-The St. Augustine
his t ( ship house the land
only tmmp- sailor
I know also, tint nut into a boarding Herald 'IVSThis is au abundant sr.to

dl.ite; personal und politic! II friends assisting to eh,":tc him) to the lord of which attempted to put him and the exports will be large. it i i. <':>;tm.t-

: lmtmmv of those who voted for other Presidential! chair. After such a declaration out, but he resisted i violuntlyhis ted that the Groves in aud around the City

ct'.nTuUies were desirous that he should nothing but infatuation, anda vifo caaic to his assistance, and iu the will amount to about 00,000.. Tlie exports -
far iu him by, of the week are about 400000. Ala.iy
determination as
he st.itiou, iU1luri. t'd that: 50 scuffleho fH.-'rllhc% drunken brute
accept ,. ., .1 Could vessels are needed to carry away what re*
... OAIIO* f-trisU1J.
*-'- 0 *.1..1 i tums upon him p in' seized the cnf of her leg beiTreen Ins mains."
JUI)'!lIt to till oilier considerations, and I hive I tempted} M-yor Eaton so far as. tC 'L and held on fiercely ; the4and- -

would never see lnusufler; from. devotion j to ;have forgotten what was dne to his lord in attempting to extricate his: Small Pox -A number of cases of SmallPOX

., to her best interests. i, own character, as to haz-irdan; assertion wife's leg from ib teeth of thft ferorious .. having recently appeared in Philadelphia -
tint at ; in of which there was ,six of the Physicians have publicly
.; I am free to acknowledge support anim his linger, in his
'. railed on the Citizens to embrace the
opportunity -
the time otlhi* convemiion between) not a tittle of evidence. A II that ap- mouth, which he bit clear olf nail and I of being vaccinated. .

:; Mr. Bach-man and! myself, my impression ponrs, from tne showing of Mr. n'lI I all, and spit it out. He was put in _FRIDAY_, NOVEMBER- .30th, 1827.

w:,. hat GI!n. Jackson would I I rhinan:! and Mr. I .vtcks, so far as I Bridewell. Wlni is singular in this Veritt Sans-Peur.- The City Council of NeO leans have

: be elected, and it was; proity generally was concerned is, tint: in common ; is that after the nvin had passed a resolution,offering One Thousand
I ; case, goneto
talked; of, as well as understood I with these gentlemen, I expressed at the and outa Our Own Conurru-\\'e hare been inI Dollars.for the relief of the sufierers by the
I complain police get late Fire in Mobile.A .
anxious for the 'I I funned that a report'ii iu circulation, thai
of his friends, that in the I mysolf exceedingly
among many warrant for biting his finger, he returned I
we arc to dispose of this-establishment.
very '
of his election Mr. Clay would I election of eneral Jackson, and, onmy the of
'.cnt to his: house and found the fellow This if untrue and is profoai.ly person answering description

havo the office .Secretary of Siac; ; own ) tcspoiibihiliiy, said, : r!pin boating his wife. A short I circulated vhh a view to put a stop to the the robber mentioned in our I.isr. who

and 1 doubt not but I run;, in common and did, all 1 could to j pjomoie it. trip on the tread mill would soften his incrt-ase of patronage which an approving stole $40,000 from the Virginia Balik. passed .
Hartford Con. about the 20tkult.
with olheis, have mentioned my I J was absent from the vnt of govepiment ]. t Public is daily extending to our Paiei I. through
teeih -N. Y Advertiser. ; he was pursued and itva supposed
We have said
that we are willing to sell theEstablishment
friends. The I on Saturday, the 22') of January .
opinion to my political Isabella (jrvc..- ---This rape has 1 if an adtanlagcoiu njjer he would be overtaken.The

... impressions were ulhled on i'.it! : bo- ; the time at whirh MJIJOI Eaton : been introduced into the interior of. should be wade to us ; but that is fa. from

liof that the western inte&e/ would I says it was reported a meeiinsr: of! I I ihe 1 State, with I success. A exhibiting an anxiety on the !ml cct. CITY COUNCIL of Dai ien Georgia,

4 naite in Jackson's cl-ctioa, and I JMr. Clay and his fiisnds :uok phce ; Lo mentions great th'Ua vine Previous to the purchase of this; O.Tice: by, appointed Thursday loth .November, to be
observed of solemu
< kport paper as a day Thanksgivingand
and the tuna of tin the prcbcuiproprietor"; two finns had -
that with-tiie aid of one or two of iho at conversation 0
hrought (0 thtt village, Flushing, thre C vuted losustain a Newspaper in this City,butsuflnvas Prayer
states in favor of Mr. Crawford, ha which :1 lr. Buchanan; hid: with M.tjor I yr.-ar.\ since, has borne hotwecM 5 to the situation of the country, at the I The same d hj was also set apart by .
IDS Eaton 1 had left Washington and the City Council of Charleston, a* a diy of
would be elected. I mention I i I "I h'jr1s! I of grapes, 0 f.: and time they made the effort, that sufficient and .
Hunting opinions of th' day I to show wr.s: ab'ont; for more th-in two week patron.ig*' could not ut o'ltaiuvd to enable ThanksgivingHumiliation Prayer.
flavor othci kind here- The "General
; superior to any Assembly of the Presbyterian
thn j li'l had been th author am1'iiend I them to continue the publication more than I
that I have no .1NI rCzd, m actiu: as ttOtP introduced into that of the Church in the United States revived
part each
I I slid or did, I .-in qu.ie;
f ..., ._ hf'lU'l,' ", t', 1.:1. .',".J.1 ll ..in'. li P .n.;ih I n.th;,r L,1, II.L.4-ttrr-tr HTTL:-, innui grapes hd'tIUt -> i-lin\tptii\n _r>f J../.r..L C-ijitwla and vem eras a day Thanksffivinc ilutnina.--
; Nf'1 ( i-mi'SrUVC
TIm }
o. r.IJ'1ftTtm1 v Ie
bW'I' II: necesifiry communicate Coinjim.nly. NotwithstaiHling this contain a notice, by thirty utoek'hoMers ref -
iime month, the day at'tpr1r.. (l.y'S. "vh-it \.i; sid and done, and coatcm- I I 3pcoic:.' ofgrape culiivatod I'in thl, i* I \\oe have ni.w U_n J>t>forc the Public UflarlVe >rc- .n5 <*_r-jJK> fthr>r:t? of the Stock of

card Ind apjioare.l the N tou.dniell5i' ; 1 paiet1lo; be iluii**. I counu-y::: is s'.ved] by dnltivation of this.: I iur rs. and if we )have had difficulties the Bank of Darien, that a meeting of the

It t ii :"_ ir1l l do,1 to encounter mid some unpleasant Stockholder will be held at the I. nklnO'.
] "Mir.*r. Thi; ahseace.; at thl* 1 If Major E.iion he j I ): t.) by \mlning srenes
: err.-fifed, he to iro through, we have the atisraction of f hous" ;in Darien on Monday the 3rd of i/e-
critical is of itself MiHicieni: wosi.'d!' I upon ih'i I tjosil during .severd winler-: .
jinctiir f ; t v/holly! disprove the siarti.'STinij rinding that our subscription l.sr ha" more cember ext, at 10 o'clock A. M. for the

to rcj\l 1 .iiriJu'i: th.'t; I to"t'f ny ]p:'- j t of \! lr. Dudninn, who avers t thai he I \V look j forward! with much hope han doubled : true it is that even now oursuliscrijnion following purposes, viz :

eel; jiiicresi to t thn '1.Ilt'r'l l rnhivstion of lijo vine li.t is not adequate to the 1st. To examine the affairs and
as to IHP arrRiip-'mcn s' .MI! the fine \:alleys of the and port ol the Est ,hli han'nrJ and it is also true of the Institution.
ilpjiiv.d.snt on who might or mi :htno', t nIl"! co.ivcrs-iiioti !hold between him wesi, toili.j that
I some ljeori it 2d. To make
be sifted) president I recollect a roiA'e's'ition I :nid General J.irkson, ;:nd th.a i is was; I I. iii.iii.f..f; ;aiio of those 1 I light I \ SIWII.CI1 our 1.'I UlIs-but may surely who our HIP prospects not really meat : tore at its next session a full report, of iu to situation the Li and b.

k r willi a par; ticuhl' fri c-ucJ,h01l.'I not me, but !his: ftiuid in Tennsylvaiiia } I II 11Y lJp('rscdc the use of rum this time; as good as they ever were, and I resource .

lr:,veleJ! with mo in the stn'.o on my hasp, l Icsttcr de'orr.i.ned him to .u.lvbi.skey-tin* last of which I J'is the settlement of the Country has now s o 3d To take efScient measures to redeem
Penl1 I now ;m..nnficturfMhso; I far prl n' sP.llh"t we may r'asonalJly the notes of Ihe Bank now in circulatil:1.4th .
: and
return to 'h'lIlja. To him, in: hold such a contortion.: JMr. Burnallan's i extensively export
that the .
number of oar subset ibrs determine the best mode of
the of tlm ; cheaply, that ,'t can bo veld for will conducting -
course conversatien, I expr dates do f four: continue
nol witn
.I rrce those to increase, and that those now the business of the Bank in ftuure.
.svpd at not havm hud of E.ltunV11U'I'I \! cents pnj11.f.-1.Y. V. Stat.f "lm. on our list, will ; 5th. To
4 : my regret '; ; anopportunity M.ijor ir in most !, '' __ _L_ evince their determination take.any steps deemed nccc )a-.
: .... : -"
of: f fie c* niJ 0- or -- really to patronise us, ry as connected with .
i general ron- lIIlIjJ 'j, 10 agre1; vviih i>lr. I3iri: ] in m. by paying all arrear these oljrcts.U
veisatioii with iMr. Clay I FOItE1'4N. ag's.VIJlle those whose approbation i is
ou! Uie subject only convolution: he hid _
/ ever --- -- -- ,--A- our pride support, the few who : i i. staledin Charleston
like: not : tint
of tIe paper
election, au-.i with Genprrd Jackson! on the Pre identsal i- I Frzke'rpoJL-It packet ship I to hear the truth and who will h their; evil the Printing Apparatusfor the publication
saiJ ib-it: I iiad seme :dea of writ)!!: : election Nw- d.'cd. to he forgotten oil the Southern
was on the 2 1 dayofJinuary i York: Cnpt. BHNXETT, arrived nerd not expect tbat Reviewhis been i --ivedy
to him as soon as I arrived as Norris- arcordinir 10 M.'jor; E'i- \\1 N w-York from Liverpool on the they are going to get iid of na.Mr. a.d that the patronage extended to it will

tovn.-We both expressed; an anxiety ions showing ; Mr.! B'icin.in} however I 30lh tilt having sailed on time 2 1. M.irklei/'s Address.-This document warrant slOe its last coinmpuceinj.it.page. For. Protpectus -
that ,
Mr. Clay should vote tvhhPennsylvania. siyshu did noi cl!l him The Cotton Market 1
:_ on 1 1.-: rennmcd in a concerning the J charge 1 < f Birgain and

I I fore IT'S Ctt \ C'H.ltion;, xvi:Em the Gr-uo: depressed( statt- letter of the 2duit. Coriuplioti made against M- snl. Adam< i An Edinburgh paper recommends t.

: Exception has been laker to my rnl at a o-itain day, about the lUth or received jim this city, says-"Cot- and Clay, uluch we have Itiought best not shake a !liitle hellebore (powdered) on

: offering the resolutionofihaukswhea3Mr. 19'h: of Jan'iiity.Theo dull! to ton continues'cry the sales of
Clay was about from ; paper, as to exclude much Miscrlianeous b(ing- done, the cnt.rpiilars will dis-jppear.
4 retiring theSpeakC'.s : ippe rs some strange discrepancy io-diy ,io not exceed f.ve or six hun and other matter prepared for it We I The remedy i is cheap and ensy ; a small

.- chair-n 1S25. Such a resolution in parts of the Mite-menu of dred bilej.) hope to give more variety to our columns I quantity of hellebore will do for each tree.

it had been customary at the Mr. Buclunan, l\Ir.: Isck, :nid) Major Copt. PAURT had returned from net week.We. '
enJ of a congress 10 ofler, and the E1: m uli d! anuthnr Seminole Tl1diruziCorrespondont
i ::re perfc-cllv irroroncileable ucc'jssful expedition. Its rl infim:1e.l of
house tInt GinT. BrncH tie! Florid.i'
to adopt, as it did on this occasion will tlie leiter-ol" Giiiier.ii r.uhor singular that he and CaptainFRANIILIN : A ;i' aiit! Q'larter! 31a. 'cr, M thw phre, has rc:- headed, Power Advocate, in a communication"
ulruosf: with oerfect lH1iJOIm; 1\ J'ickson. Mr. ] ,, reive.1 infractions to the laiR1. : flight, -publish,
s: :ks thinks lInt b'scoiiversaiou ; reached London about the pay fdi5rj- ed I in that of ihe
It was my own voluntary act. I had ?" .T" .1.1'; and. iPpliea Airnu.ed! for the paper 17th inst. ; gives the
I with :
Jr. .
i iichantn; may c\IJ1C) .irne: t IOrldaIJlltll: in December, 1816 ; and that following remarks, concerning the unfurl- ,
no consultation with nny one nor the have been nut or ivoTiieks} l- -. slightest reference to his course on I Mr. B.-clunan ] eiHiune month tn make payment to those ry.V t' fut; coincide with the writer
it I zetio.l eoii
states to have as Consul of the U. S. at Hull, I Iin .I ccn.e.1. If t.' I. this OQ
the II ere are who have subject.
presidential election I ;
offered the 'i been ; bu! he sci-'iii quite willing to the place of his father, deceased, .i >vt presPnted, we would' recommend to them not

: resolution because I though he eiuincnth .! civup i tJis own ivnVc'io,. for accom- The appoint incut was made ad interim j' pre ent their clainu to 'him theie. to "The Seminole Indians situated in

4 deserved it. If he, as ., speaker ; -i mod:ii'orj's; s -ke, nd to t.ike. the time by Mr. GAM.ATIN, and acknovvV -- Florida,buth from their character------- :.m,1.-

did not rich'v.tra a vote 011 I siatcd by Mr. Burn and 1 ,- Com. THOMAS TINGEY has resigned his"at location, are productive of seri-
ieu many
agreestint 'jci DV the isriitsli as one of the Board
government.The of
.. !.thanks, vr'io! sir -:1:1 ure'-um" to think j, it h.ill!) be fixed on the 30h of faluicio; pay the quarter's interest ; and has been permitted Navy Commissioners resume ous evils to the Territory in general],

he !1j:,* nretensuiiiK to uch un 1&01> i December. ". on the jSlexicvn Bonds has the command of the JN'avy Yard, at Wash and more especially to those persons

our I 1 lit- th.ilv of me house over I I I rjinnot prc.ond to say when Mr. I II I great consternation excited the- ington, D. C. who live in their imme'diate vicinity.

whichhepj-csi an Roy's Medicine.
anu impurtial dichLigc! of th> duties 'i -Without being our- fore, in the midst of
I* a healthy and
nr-vrr rommunicatcd to fail of 3 self fully extensively
me- per cent in stock. The I a convert to the efficacy of the
ol ilifcsMtion were harlly: itn'il and I!: horn Major Eton: ..represents as I II Mexican Envoy had been Medicine and mode of treatment of the cele- fertile country, their wan-
willingly) aivardi'd. I thouuhi) his I the brated LE ROY, in all dering and
," n negoiiator"*nv canvcr rim: bimscjf the city in vain to cases sickness and savage dispositions, the .
(lUte even though he h.1 differed from %between ban and General Jackson. this event. parry siflictioH it as practised by thOie, who think danger of living near them, the immense
Fonnijlvania in the choice} fa Ii resiJNH. I do u.vt recollect ihii It f/ua non to the enjoyment of quantity of fine land
Mr. Buchanan The health in they occupy -
Hamburgh give ; we publish this
papers an account -i paper a communication -
I slie owed trim much for will be
his; indefatigable I and] myself d any convoi'sa.ion, fromI of a dreadful conn*"ignition in I from a friend who. having experienced lemptinginducementsfor
I exertions in favor of her I j BOth of much benefit from the the General Government
( December use f if is to
I I until an'r my the town of Abo, on the 4th of Sep. n ,
policy and lwst .U11l'I'CstS. Nom most enthusiastic nnd devote admirer them to
only retu'to Wraslingioi of move west of the Mississippi.!
oh the 39th of tember. It
t I- : I raged twenty-four the Medicine, the
did! theory anJ
these their
considerations, but other* January,.from \urrisiown, that is, for hours, and ended only with the almost gator.Ve doubt not that this Medicine ptomul-! A proposition of this kind has been
praupt me to offer the resolution of the I submitted to them and
whole month almost is an excellent if rejt-cted-and
. immediately entire destruction of the pla e.rr11e one, used judiciously, and
thanks. Mr. Clay, I thought had the only) in proper cases, and heir chiefs in refusing to
preceding election ; during time Cathedral with the archives of the we do not pre- assent to it,

boon unjustly and undescivingly a-- greater part of which) time I was more Consistory the celebrated tend to so much Medical knowledge) as to display firm determination, never tu
Bailed) for University, pronoun when it is
an honest difference proper to use it
! 0ILU0Ll than a hundred miles Ii orp the scene ail the buildings ofthe Academy with therefore cannot consent to ; we relinquish their claims to the soil
; :;::d it was painfel} to see a of arttoii, the Seal on practice physic which they now How then
of-Government.: the valuable collections, libraries, &c. oursclf by inking it, unless when evi occupy.
man, 'ilio had raised himself by his To-4juderrake to detail the numerous the Custom House the Court of Justice dently needed or by the advjce of a Physi. are we to get rid of them! is the question
own talents and exertions. to be oce of i cian. To undergo a treatment of it which Congress
convt'rsations held, pending the with the archives the Town such as must settle--
: the most doaifiguUbed: statesman anJ i Presi'iemiui: we have seen, we should think much worse Upon an of
election impartial.investigation
by the friends of Hall and
above 900 houses were than the complaints it is us<>d to
ororsof the cure. But
age cue who in war jail the their claims according to tlw natural
candidates in let
which I: consumed. for
one judge )
find ;in was a Private letters say that every wielf.A j
peace" had never abandoned party, or ivjiich I heard, is no inure than 100 perished in principles justice and moral rights,
: his country, Ul always stood firmly my persons letter from the Rev. C. we force them and
purpose. Indeed, no consideration 1 the flames. Abo was the HARDY, dte4 cannot to move-:
by her, defending by the largest Pensacola llth Sept. 1827, published' in th tho
powers of would tempt me to divulge private] town' in Finland. the New York Christian i 't best, aud d feiresi interests ot'Florida

: his gigantic mind and powerful eloquence conversation, especially if the objectwas /'raw Guayaquil Letters were which we make the fqllawinr Advocate e;trnet.; from The require that they should, our

her rights, and boldly pro- to injure a friend, or even a leceived in Salem from an American liberality of the Crew,of the Constellation, j I own experience will amply testify.
j. f. aiming he r true policy that such litical po was mentioned tq Now if admits the
; a enemy. It however us at the time, but from Congress proposii
may, beproper : of i
gentleman at late
0 : should Guayaquil, as a accident omitted To -
man be re e.U.
unthankedwhen lo..ti tion that
abouifj gives"right and
I ,
to stat ihat in date power can
of the
the HS 20lh Au. last. "
>retir irom the They Toward getting a l ho.use of- I
speaker' chair of a conversations- which I worship reconcile n> hesclftaforce the $dmrar ->
have meoiioa
V.( i I any that the Peportoiaot of Wi JiYe 949 vita ire cenld; yap <* to iu3 will toiour aJt qcQQb






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1 (his ritliers: the scones of facts and circumstances sufficient, to 'success, according to this. system, I NOT!'JE.TilE ox HASft, AI D 1'01. SALt :- .,

rrnVlho-,\11,1 all til.U) iJSdCla- warrant an independent Gratia Jury without promulgating it to the public; fbllowinjf Articles of Ordnance AT :UIF.

h"V: 1idl biu-J! hUluda l bcins* to oi" Leon County, to make! polite and he cured Le Roy of a dangerous disease Or'l1nallf:51or: s. tbe properly
titIIS excl.. :.ie I "*, tr a far respectful reqmst of the Governor, with which heVa attacked. )! of the United States, will Oe oherecj for

V<< ;.h-1J l.ud, unklOwa to them: and to prevent, if it be in his power, a Le Roy, theu a young physician, a- sale at Pensacola' FionJ.i, on toe 10th A large juantiy ofBOOK.i
1 .t, '"l .uno.m.lea. by a thousand recurrence of this sort in future 1 Is dopted the- system of Pelga,, and 'i, day of April. 1818 ; delivnbie to purchasers & STATION JT

pri, '11P3. : k"JN n'Jtllin of.i; sho vi1l11I.r&f.w it possible that such a state of things married his daughter. Since then, : --- at-the- following placevz.. : .

(L: :!C'"l--r, very fitr joia'; tlJl! course : exist here, that the people cannot respectfully for upwards of thirty years, hei has ,I POint of INO'I OfljNANC Pounds Among which ate the (dilowing

: oi.. (' liIlH lc spIrit i olVunT request the Governor to continued the practice indicated by :' DeIaerv(4 I W! SCSOOJi BOOZC3 vr.

!L t'I direcis.: Hat yerhaps protect their rights and interests? Is Ins father-in-law, and io spite of the 12 pdl' Irnn.. Cannon 12,000I -ftss'% r.ke'a: Dabolfa a&d Heofa 4 .,
S 6"
,'lstlUIOl1 dito.
I 6,500Pcacta
w.H ai toe ii possible that there are men this [ i w rithmetics. -
laugh in
violent and
:I-C' SuI11, !.: wiu> most persevering oW os>- << 1 4" I. djtto :c&W The Ready Reckoner.
thl'r- J Idnn : inicnu-uJdt.nV country who are so abject, so debased lion cfthe other physicians Fraoffe, ,'. I 2 12 If 4. C&nonade 1,800U School Testament
ilJ /r.. the ronmiou fechngs ol civilt0 that they will tamely surrender has succeeded in establishing his own : 9" ditto. 750Tartar ltt..rraj-Js Grammar,abridged ..

1, To those! it will bo only their dearest and most important reputation and that of his medicine, .as \' Key and Exercues.

itt '" /:: to 41ay. that feelings of this rights! and privileges, without a single well as securing to himself a very rn'urthe Point, 1 Child1." Instructor, Scnft' LesIonS

Vrc'notilicoflspringor CIVll z.I- efljrt to maintain them But no, SHY large fortune. Webster** Spelling Book _
Navy 18 U U di t to. 11,4OQ
.t..t i.iiJ au'V! are rendered mate for these. opposition_ i gentlemen! we freely lie has, in his book boldly) proclaimed Yard. Ila,..J3 U1air'. Lectures Ilictionmy ou Rhetoric

tl '11 : ..:1&..::1 '"Ji ptlrpost>s by the God oi admit the delay in the publication of j the principle* upon which I. /Mr'of Pm. Universal rrceptorGnodnch's

1!: : : hinelf. As much} therefore, the laws has been a serious evil ; but his system is foundel, and frankly! JacolaF:1J1l History of the United State

nwf.hr" to see our country rid of we must not say any thing about the given to the public tl/e/ recipe for' me ofItotra .SJ.") Sno,,'drn's America, UigUntl's France
doirc andlo Governor I. I Ibin1 Gol.;Ismiih's England, Uorne & GreecTvtler's .
not ven a polite
her advancement, present composition of his medicine, with Very
: /
to 3'24
Iron Cannon
o/po I pdrs 14.100Bit.
.,) nr Elements .r t History
now so care- and respectful request. Oh no directions for ..
lover which they particular f.iking it th'3 18 Ie (Illt ). 11.400 -lp'sConipend of History

ik 111 xt-Juced to cultivation by The King can do no wrong May But. persecutions... as virulent and ltdr.zcas 2 12 h II itto. 6.jOOHi Jjmiedon Logic, Enficld'a Speaker
: ndLof industrious chinos, the Lord protect me from such a doc tint I ? '.r ofPewUClIU -Hh'eloric
as ever
our unrelenting any disgracedthe
the]1" hat: ins eatl of the rod jpinsr t trine. J When such a principle prelais cause of science aid humanity, for JI I ., I Cu1bushl'5Chemist.y;
1 \ 6:32: pl1rs ditto. 134,200 Art..
nd Sciences
a American
farewell ,
ft. cnod| over them, (o myeoumry.tre- NepoS '
; i sus,? : I several ye.ir, pursntd him. On every c I 924 U ditto. '42.800 Grammar ufthmpontonDnnnycatk's

bndw'-ll be fairly purchased, or well to the hopes and happiness of my jcoinury. j j occasion, however, ho nobly triumphed oo, I 18 U II ditto. 3,80G Algebra? t-
; :
ther other equitable measures adopiSai A long; farewell to those I! nnd put to shame and confu- C I 12 I. .. ,ditto 24,000P 'I ooke'a Pantheon '

sh-dl: :,,n'c the record: oi ourClllltJ' sacred: lights: and privileges so dearly I sinn his base antagonists. lIe had to I I ItJ 9 6' "diuo. 32,000ii Griimhaw'a History of England
stain and bought by the blood of our revolution = 4 6" "duo.! 5,200 Le.Tiprier'a Classical Dictionary
j; \' from an indelible sustain, within a few years past, five 0 << b .. II ditto 8.5-10 riotton's Mathematics
doctrine which it is the ary\nccitors.: But may the day be different law suits 9.' I
Dn-himilMt { instigated againsthim .3 4 :) I "ditto. 3,200 )1aclrt" Navigation;
w.wting in truth,j- ice and hurntL trino meets support in this: country. the courts of justice in that: country :c I II. Inrh. ditto. 1200JfJ" aE- (op' do American Orator '.

"v b ich our laws are built My principles are ditl rent. Judgeall decided in his favor with costs and : L ( I"on; Sweb I 600 Adaio's Human Antiquities'

L ntr:,:j\\, IJpua Inch.veailorc) >. K. ".It public! men agreeably lo their acts. damages agnnsl his prosccutois. Ttal.I nt olron CLulOU 288.6 Kvnnett'sdo do

an: A fair:: awl impartial investigation of Some distinguished physicians, => -- ---:=_-_--- I lasr's PhiLosophy, Cottings ChemistryNfwtomancto
C 224 pdr Brafcs Cannon: 13,900 Sim on'5
'lThc Fio.i.la11-I the public acts: is our right and their. ? Algebra
I however in th.u .
7'1 A1. I'I country, have recently )I 2j 6 diU.0 I 1,26 Mewarl's" GO Andrew's) ic

"h'd". .,; ;.;,. and GllnJ(f" due. Huibraced his docirme, pahlic- -< 2. 8 In. Howitzers do. 2,440 Kl" iiie>n's Natural finiosopUyConvcraations -. _;
H cnlr! Tlioint'iu
f..\.1) )1.''':': ,'IC. ,,\lalhcC; iRu!' But it is said that the Gov. has dona ly .ivowd! u, and now prtcijce: according :4 1 I Lll| 6 .". do. do J I 412 on do do

cJo"m.,; 1"I.j"f: v4It'v's Cull I t, :lwlof )Jees TalVI', t-: all in Ins power to have situ laws published to the me thud Midiraa-d in ins :, __{)_ M'ltrars_ __ _do _oioH_ Pa'e\. ao A
Ii: ; .. aIllJ :\1cmI'r'\ "f the 1 -orsc't Universal GazetteerBruv'u'
'" ri-, 1'.uJ. s ;11I'C"p(' 1iizierp.ii.c1toJ.l in due time. Did he enquire I To"\ "" '1"\ oruI"J&sfC'nno21.166

\ lb': ,.I-UlJ\ .1Minim Jury.) *?) 't'lIpp\rl 1r. Bnulfonl's of their No. II into) the ability of the printei to publish book.This discovery is unquestionably I I I (2 U OJU His ;-Huuun iidlln -uuJot'various -sIut1jsit. roi-.vers.itiotis:I Western un Political do 1 Economy
;: .t. *'tli' so nicb. oftheeiVJj : ptlJlicatwn.-! Ime them ? Did ho :igree upon any the most valu-tble h) the hum in rice, .; : Cilsbrcs: from 3 ;o Waik r's Kuetoncal: Grammar
oil 1: local or olla\\ nature: we 1 Dili fits m..ke any I'C I th'ii-t\-\vo puuidc.s.s Allen's Mathematics. Sirnson' Euclid
tWsiKl lriIlc the c\mr.llI- specific price of any that has teen made since thecrettion I

;J.u..l, utd t;Mr.jri b.-i; the It f>rd'aiticlc\ will: be lou.id 111HICIM contract at all upon the subject ] 1 of the world ll is tiue, thai 604 Uuskrt C-ft-trulff IJoxe Gujnmere's! Surveying, Playfair's doI
19 do do lox helLs linl'j do Uuncan'n '
tht.Vho! eom.ii.i"Tji. \ ih.it it will be jl Logic
to dl very
; vi venture tos-iy IT must overturn all other medical )'S- l.6 Ht-Us. Jenkin's Ait otWritingBounycatle's
: jury in! alluding! to justices! of .:;flicnlt fur any one to show, that \h'c ; terns, and when generally tmuersiood.uiJ Jj 4.9J&J 1'riiuin, Tubes Arithmetic :

th-i.cuctv.iy i Some' of whom appear lid all or any one of these three essential put in practice, will destroy till ;.. 1 000 Fue U'-\ g-ht'I. Moise's, \\ illet's, Goldsmith'

tofi-ive u'.('n .iijpiMitud without due, things; to ensure the puulicttun ;nu leaned: and scientific i us:itu,ions : I 1.CJ5;> Port Flues t\"JUK'N Llavics, (iuthrie'.. Workman's

if uiv ro:!Mrd to their qualificationsJ ,' t ot'the laws. for the teichine. of medicine in Auic- I I 1 Jt ck Screw aLII:1:i Cu.inning's J Geographies, &!: &c.

: J there imp srii'il man; in oilier cousi.lerations 10 I I 335; Suet-ts ot Tin Greek and Latin viz.
j an There well :
are many ric<1, as as: iiurope.Itdoes I (l 2,0'JO' Iru eight Scrap Iron. ,
this: coimtry! lhitt will not agreo to tips! which might be bro't forward in not the-nee follow, however, Ironside's and V..1IPY'1t| Greek Grain.

Tut in irk the glnrdp'II 1 in- u I e. \\'e relation to this matter, but I have nodis1)ositiOfl thai physicians will be a useless T'u\u; -- I'.if kales u't'l hifor! CA"H' marsSciirevilii .
mat some I 4nd lUe .n.ii'nu'ii price of tt';, Bra s Ortl- : Greek Lexicon
do not assert pusiiively ; to pursue the subject any class m sOl iClV. Irl lukmd are n.iiur
fii d tWt'ut.five'cents Collectanea Grzt
n:1ci3 Mmora
& :it p 'r .
lij\e been appointed: W11 lc)1lt due rl''I'I further as conceive the propriety 1 mod he caieless and n- !
; rally UK to ;' p>/uivl. For ti'i? Iron Cniinon, Shot anSI Murph)'s Lucian
i.Tirdbu! only say i i. would appear of the cpurso pursued by the jury, di1lriic! [, m regud{ to thjir health: | SiteiU.!! fitieen; .lol) rn per ton. Owners Leu.'len's Greek and Latin Testament

Tn it i k, from the} frequent compl lint* I tui beori bumcicmry} established. Tli- until Uieir livus are actually PIll m i! of FounJnei in tile Nctt'ieru Slates ca-- Adam's anti Huddimaa's Latin Grammars .

tlntateni'tuC! of the improper aadopire' Jury noticed he subject in the moji .jfopaidy) [ by dueasc. Few will 111I i roCfive 4ZnV information: concerning the .
above mentioned tides' from Captain A.nsworihN Latin
.s'.vc; proceedings of >ouiu j jjsfi.Oiit and rcspecitul language: an ani themselves "ui of CiSes Dictionary
] polite I struct a variety ,,.
I'n.L { thiitcii, Asss Q..Iarh'r MiU. Cicero, Ovid, Sallust, Juvena!, Horace,
is reason iblc to suppose that mm ; slightly! as:: a conscientious
who are noiqiril.iic:: ;! have been appointed of tiieir duty would jilusii.Tney iieaimeiii recommeadr.i by Le Hu}'. i'l.iai Lt UiiA.. .AuiMS comnitiuli )g U. (Ic. ro ue Oratore, l)un'tan's Cicero

; and consequently! the people were actuated by no prejjdice They will therelbiv, need a pirpsicicin, 5. Arsenal, li.ito. :.ougtflait'l -,'l uisiun j I SeJectx E Profa'iii Fiti Livii

) nuiit sulfer m.ttiy inconveniences I or political: fe'eling And f>r ;uy>elf IC) .VISIt and: advise them. But the I.:. Burch, i Ent ck's a i.Latin.om'n Dictionaryiivinr ntary on the l'Souther's .

i from Jlu-ir improper proceedings I' I can say, ih'jit whcu \ er iccaeist .1 : pr.scticc! .tmo.ijF-WHI: i J.1JTP.t1ffi'i} : crnia.cOI :;;ir 1\\ ltf21.-'J7-Wt.NO : i-ife of John Wesley.Pious .

I'ui'liiN; is :so generally admitted that it bl.iccvimiin[ m. tii .it- sciouc G-ridc, Human Mis-ul -
i.I'..,11. ;'_ .._... -,.-- .I..... :3.. -,*4.* -'J -' .' will circumstances cletend tiieni 10 the utmost ot m;". I lJrtainlylIc'nr ha* boon, a real flOE. \\ toil the Mind, Frr.yf>. Narrative :

li-hnuio a positive assertion t thiiiho ability THO. MADISON_ nD?( :t iuunU..ii upon principles; : and acknowledged .... .; hereb y jfivi n, that: at the eusning Lyric P.ot nis, Practical. Expositor1Jvo

G '.."Tn. r clk&lot\ p-w due re:;", rdiu tir' > _:-'- -1--. ? ......-a.--: ".':W" rules. i January Term of tu! lI'I\ rlb1P.t1I : ,,;-'d:: DevofonBoston' .

( i.iic-itions ttICfl!" in uppoint- CLJIJl UN 1C A Talor ,,4 J p PrejiHtur "deaths, except from I COUI\\)' Court for tl.e la-.r, f)(" i:,;.Im. Fourfold State

T I :-.1.1".1 &' .44' f iw.1... l".-.Jc. --- _. -- ---=>0. w.-rvolenceor uutorUScp.i1 iccidfuLs. I I l-'u, account* an.I voacliev.: WI'-i *iH .IH'" .:.,-urbon's History! of Baptism
JlKilCt'S, -
111 but they ; because every uisea*c, seated, and Application( ui.nlc tar a. nn-.u Fallback'I PhilusophyBucll.1na.n's t -
self'lo.nid l o tile fact, Pdtsucolit UuztlU.LE \ win be rare ; .
; ,prove JuesC.Hrusiuugh
to be I cotclm to Lu Hoy's metluj.l .fitle.iient! of the etUtc of Dr. : u j
wo-iM trt'lted :
only v-iie tint it appear ROY'S AIKDICIXC.Thi t1ec..sed.Iwd. H"IIKII1' DialoguesPacj's :
: i\i hes to see the evi- \ [before the re.xouroesof: naturehave StiitSflS -
Hallone : ircwsters ,
fc<) medicine and the It. Atty.
-abject, 1 will give wontlerf.il. becooie exhjiisud, will yield tot1ii ; Uor<:s, Uo Id on DeathLocke's
,:ere! ; njK)n tuK which it is admiinsjcred torGi eaL: tN.PtfltC.)2 Vitu'rli .
reference to '.tCtS and documentarv principles upoa ; eftuacy uf tie llW !ClIle. 'S.iv.o'jt.i. 1: 27 -:30tf and lUcon'i Es.av'Lite -
Jl'r..d ,
-.' 6j daily 'mcre.'jingin< roputalion The : of F'um> W oodb.tn.
evidence. calculated t.) justify ) are It is no quack preparation. -
the continent of Europe-and hit book : oi :i '-5 l1e\'eul Sisters, Methodist! Hymn
the fullest cL'.q Iii over are announced :11: : : '
thi> expression to In the Unitedi I ingredients ....tJ VdO: Buck.'- \\ "rks. Chalmvr's; Works
in the \"T est Indies. and all well kiuv.va m PHfffi.\CY.:
ten*. -I- K. % coniplia *Mli a.JhlIi"n of the H_!'VC"lcEtatioas:
slightly! States, wliercvcr me- HU icin has Other subsiauces in the vigct1tidc: I Hoard of \I.ler"hen, passed Nov.15tU V.r ikle's t J jveller
; us now, in according to Lo Roy's directions m : .
used Grt.a.
been kingdom, of a purgative nature, ty 1ST!: : II'- of lrs Ti
D.' ,'t' tlnl put: oftho presentments, effected the most: surprising Fuller
it Ins possibly produce' when judiciously AQ Election will b- h,-ll. -

r..j .,-.' (to the public.ttion of the I iws : cures. It is alike sure, prompt, comb.u..ci ffecis equally honefuul:: ; lfo-. in the ,-u\' of Peusi- I UuchnnanFjr.ivce'a -
at the ( mitt lIe .
Le i islatvecounc.in. Whitfield's, Blair's & Inglifc'Sermo
] Unovn ih.ithe and withal thfj
in and mild in its operation ; but Ion;?;: experience has induced cola, on thtrst !1fl'4S i in JJtcen.btrrnext '

: :h .d ie many; important changes so perfectly innocent, that it maybe author of this system: to consider hi> for the piirp.i-.a of 'filling tAO \.. Con.-non' Pr-ivcr 1300kJnfIe1ts -
tic Territorial l laws. l\bnv of the I the breasr, or viid Hoard.Com .
given to infmts at composition as the best c-ilculated to cancies in : Natural rl1eooJr! -

mM imp..rtaut statutes were lepealedam the! snot delicate females .iflhictcdtldllflhl3rV the desired effects, nanuly, ->iSoii.T3 a;JJlln\e,1: to sUjJcri-. Puley's do Jo
.10 produce: said Klecti'M Mt-s'.r. EiiWAtin LDuic.5
in fact I tcM.l
saiistiinted Paul
) ; of St.
new ones iviih.. .... consumption. of the humours of tht? Sijistaand FHA.NCI6CO Conversion .
those: purifying i.U EJ l0.\
-- -
nnd al- .
I'The ... .
revision Conscience
there e'ieral it is *: Cases
was a method of Le Roy, as | & invigorating the CUU'HIlUlIUU.Ve ---'Abody "l I:'ALM&i. J. lie DRAKE, -

1 1c::/ioll of the laws !.elitive: to civilJiii.l called is founded upon a doctrine informed that an Amen- Screlury.Pflw.acnta Law s ScriuusCall
\ are Rowe's Devout Exercises -
.1 rriiniml proceedings. Cunse- and : though in the 2ht (I" 1827. 362w. *
drawn from nature reason, cin gentleman, woo resides Beauties of the Bible .
(fucilvtheic: w:,s great necessity for various. other medical and ,-k
i itt war with nil the Eastern district of this Territory, Oli BREAD. Fletr-lwr on Contror.r.a
tlwir lv publication.) The\ law and in Evidences of ChristianityJMfCtiun
eat hitherto adopted rt.h.1'
L; .t
some years :
systems, who formerly passed ort K is hereby given that, a* -
They 1brstn
E\ Merc no: numerous or lengthy. recognised by the faculty. France, i U now engaged to prop l- m$ I \1 gcvvJ fr..th flour is now selling at ht?lit'S' h n 1iaMemuirs !

t\ make but Iii small octavo ingus, Ex-.eriencu has now fully te tcd for publication, a trans!.itiou of 14ety' 25 ncr barrel, the B \ken<< will for the a( tae Rev. II. MartynlUick's.

I, and l could in many< plnces, be printed the truth of Le Ploy's, theory, and the work, entitled, "Curative Medicine ehSJr.ni < fifteen days. givetlurty fly.- oinco Theological i DictionaryMason' :
da\"s. But I am sure.fllyp1ntIiIgOlrice : .1 twelve and a half ci nts.
& tuthuia few efficacy of his medicine, in cur1ugmost ut and that it will be put to of Hrt-ad for -* Soiritual: TreasuryBron's
in in tins soutliiru which human to an Ordinance of the 30th History Missions
tiu ; l every disease, to poor in the course of the ensuing win- 4ereeablv
count. witl ihe} materials wh never press: N July, Hutter..orth's Concordance
) I pioper beings are exposed, ter. 1824.By OHer of the Maor.J. nrC1wn"s do "

l ihcv) could \ery ea.silv: have been stature\ has -any resources left in the --- -- ------ G rWAKE, Sec'y.Ffn.a'ola1V. Bur i.S Dignity of Human Nature
immrd: in from/our! to %iL weeks.- MAllltlED.----- --- 'rues'lay the 2-11 tIt:: by .\\ 22,1. 1827.--'15 -Jwt History of tne Quakers

1Ji.I': \vlnt is tin.- 1',d. They were notcu.iij.lied body.This work entitled, "Curative the Rev. Dr. it0t1ffJt..1E. :M. ( '{F.8S, >I.J JJ'AV1'CJSII. Sturnt's Reflections
for six or seven months Medicine," has passed through twelve J>. of the \VAir.MA.SofFiiiiai U.I'cdlatc'8:: l: ;phm.Un Iedicalllooks; viz:

D ".:'uL; all th s time the whole Terriluiv editions in France, of which nearly a \. 1'HesiUy, '3 l'V.Jy UIP Rev. Dr. Ga.ls- Accum on Cnl.nary Poison

sufk-re d! m !II\ Sei 1005 inconvehesf thousand copies have been den, 01.J A WES (1ADSOEN:; of Florida. to Scheme of the st'.-.lIncl Class of FormuZ'Selectz, Combe' Phrenology'. -
JIiru', br r:',\ s ; Liu more par- sold. It is a plain develop(>mtmt 01 UI3.i SU5G.l 1Tiftliw! Iact.Charluon Mercury. THE Grand Literature Lottery of MarylMd Wilson'n Phi Jp on Indigestion.Parmly -

tlrtlt crty st a iidVtM! Florida' ; "io; ;: ctiitprn;; and the reasons on whichu way be. seen., at the L P.._nsacolriUookstore ... _1 ,on the Teeth I .
i..J ---- WHO wtsi &u *u- Mrdicul Iecort1erLtvoisier'
in -'J where inose
f..bc. ';lb'C \vis> .t ki.A of vacuum addressed to the peopleat : Chemistry
is founded, Ii: W I requested to call and leave
th.' .lfb. of the laws occa- Q venture, are
: njstr.lion and may easily be compre- Darwin's Z. onomu, Bell's Anatomy
large, order'( '
:tI4t-. !U_' the old laws being repealed, hended by.the lowest capacity.: their Ilgliist; I'rize g 10,000 ; also gS.OOO. Hunter on the Hl lWiUon -

awl t'i-* ..U'oas: not publisued.'ins has-also published three othe. I \)rO%: eftcoa.. 013,000, 82,000, $1,01)0. &c &c. :',tc. ac. i on FeversSydenh. -
lIe ...
=- .,m's Works..pott's Surgery'Cooper's
, '' of individuals buffered in- entitled "Curative Medicine -==- To hr dmu-n on Wednesday, 19th December : homas'PrtscePringle
volumes, ARRIVLO, surgery,
.:: -v and ,('i which otherwise containing a 1827. of the Arrqp-
injn: justified by facts, 23d. Scnr. Florida, Edwd. of the 1st Class is on the: Diseases
Nov. << jj' The Drawing
o ; occurred ccrtiiicates Classics
nut li\e: and Medical :
of letter* Chapman')*
umber .
great Baker Tampa Bay.ENTERED received, as above.
till t I iroJei-tionand justicet ; .cologia
o' ;an tlut his method anu meu ilCifle Paris': lh.\
ii in favor of -
t<) ', n-ji; ; would h.tve l>e Midttlj cuLl- from persons NOTZ. cullea'> Tractice
y are lutent .
letters Good
the ,
Many of 24th. S-hr. '
Nov Practical Chemistry
in of the Peace Cot: s
iik laws: h:id been published; respectability and standing subscriber, a Justice
consid- of the first Maura, Tampa Bay.CLEARED. THE of Krcambn. duly authorised ?.rke':! Chemical CatectuisuFr.acI'
]Jr"1. -line.! Tin': duhy'as judges, magistrates, the County MU11eT7heirs
in society-from and swoen. has taken I
commissioned .
17.i ia: !iufimgeinunt upon the rights generals, and olh .r high. officers in Nov. 24th. Schr. Amelia, Ratt-h: ,office in the house belonging; to. I Operative Surl$cy

?' 1 ic people: and a deni:il of ,that. giving accounts of the most an where he can be $K'U'ad at Coxe'a: Medical. 1 Dictionary,
Ballast.VOTIOB. Call
the! army, Orleans. .General ;
_. __ __ ._ _
Janice which lw enli"Hi the medicine. 1 f .L. 1,''''s* r doCooper's UII '
to they art itys effected by in the ior UIBbuVmess. tTaflJ'.c" t '' VI Hooper
It has I miraculous cures, p--- --_ .- --. -- any hour nay. Surgical do ..- -
m ( \('n tree COUIU) .
ken stated"that! the last term of the regularly educated He will also do any cojjyirj;, or adjust Minor and Tally on FverLieutar' .
is ,
the 8)uep&s0fMdtCC .
al- Le Roy ET1gt4 of AdmInistration 0* on the mo< reasonable: terms, *
S':1Jt'IHlr I'ensacola was DOW residing accounts Fevct
Court in Fnrdycc on
and surgeon, EAI rouel U Overton. late Iee's
physician ; with prorflPtbeu.tLuY
ln'M, of the advanced in estate and Medicine
finitely: lost lor want though fur Bscambia, deceased, havinghem I'bom' Domestic
l\rs.: It his been presented as a aerwus at Paris, the most brilliant health ; tHe tinted to Mrs. Margaret Aun,Over. nc.ing.i Armstrong onTyphusFCVCTiscdiuri1

JUries m Last Florida, and tho injury thanks' toiiis taken largely of his own ton iui by County aH persons having demand his.friend*ftnd d e.public in general,that .BiackaJlon Dropwc' -
For he has said estate are.reqlIcted tlr.A' Ueed.. Mortgages. Bills _"agelK1i4Physinlogy "
** been deeply felt by man> }personsJQ << ] which is: what few other physicians =-pinlt the same for y.euIelIentnh) & Power .f Attorney, with neatne Mcncvcn': Brake's Chemistry .
Middle Florida: Are U( i all ibcsv 2> iiisict of themselves, with to precept are requested 'id make Uff l preci iolon the 'roost reasonsble Murray's Mair.iiaM-clica -
say ansi & -
.-- t-au. he j: those .ccominodailng terms ; and Loli\ Bruwn'; BlcmrnU: of IltdicincIJIIuI1'9 -
theirs.Vhen I III .d
I to a*
to payment Clinwte* -
Somoof the Justices, it it proper to re- regard but having met !I Attorney in fact In? citi 'x portion of public patrtslae.I lisasy.on Hot .
JJ1Itk arcmcn'vihu faithfully, .sbly and iniiuchargc was feeble and sickly, in one of:II M.. A -.ov.. nTON. U. B. rtinoger' CorvisarI's }:sz3ay on the He,4Tsr

J'.ar;lllll). ( iheir! dmy, and merit with Pclgas, a physician for 4ae4srakx.Penscol ; 8t.1U1-31-tf. ( be ce'tinu J.j'J
illf thaaksof" It... cnuiatmnst I f..u the diligent i provinces of France, who 27tb ZS2T.37Itf i'ensceIa, 11tb
the Noy. .
Ul imcr i iu which they atte-ud to thgir bUil' i had practised, with great l \ .
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in :lie %K3 *:' ,-.t: !) : ratantot K < i Stead of geod Subscribe rinfoimu
t h s two -itljjtuiT Spring* vy. the
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J-u'rl f SfiUaJX''. fire- urc spats lo j-.o-acs*
nettIC.lt tl. trey tvf the 1'17 u* nt d ;tv>oirha'3'rtr', house formerly occupied n tho
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glrfilrtirrn.c- of Trrr &c. sk7t13 at thrsr Q'v csjsnae COL tl'AC; a 'f aa1 Wm. A. Bell for that purpose, fronting the

apply to J. C; au.l J*. llsiuV". IT*. Xj..iks.ct lrl'.l t lqiar tryst ; ,11t fc er wide fr''tt square* u'bich he has fitted in public
art It .iidirt a llieICK tNtt, 13c: lf rhr Fensaeot(, 8th ICw. 18'7-54-Ut. up a Con.
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or to angs+stt:, Steclr, 'i venw-ut manner tUc reception ,f
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too? srr.miit, W.W rile City
CIX weeks ttirr th.asd.ttr I ui.i, a f'O best of liquors. No exertion will
silt ,dinar it' ]& net: totf isrtu7'ri *rt> fo* for tmbllihl & Literary Journal called be
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f q satisfaction
tttbir ttxait! >* Ii.r'iter nt ratl Y to those
'Itrtat fit tilt CW':! iUal j1 c{d L alisr'rJfSl *nais Af
3 a3't faros
tr ran nn tar 1:>'. tr of J*coi> Ktlhcr, )xi r t\p.M3') OUVHMR. who may h1m with their
.. .i.. tifl n crrL'l f' ,I rotnlsttal! i tt b'xli ers fuJ J73r:: Ilal r It UisflUbles are well calculated company.
oJ'tuui Count Jrr-ss ) I illman.tcrla '4 !: is :-:3r1' T, : :cl }, duftu >, q 7 + "'' lna i r irfJia'jred by pay al CLLiSlttI) WITH her if horses-aod, good and num.
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t= il '* lllQT* R L ri1E rj1 lpn41 d Q.1artoEt"'rai'in""s (3stler will stall ifie e mat hand
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slmodatert with
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OF lifTI1K. i f'I .sh-i-l C''Jy'f' tt.t a Ii-'rrl ut ala e wrf 41! j 1fu; .r tart iNt su sCfl)1 the. ,.. pwvJour, ana* AH appTnprrate- attcni d. 7 alliiI1saee, c. 15-1-FJSI1ER.H tf .
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-n* titar-iat h tVjued verv
x -- tlft'13 a1J r bui.ii i.t TT ;J -> -'Cr-Cif'll tilt tsn term. Its

:31i tit 1i3r yti 2t+ fat c.Iu ;!' C' r:31> nsar' 4.1atli to l:retima>,vnry'the i, 14'etTeluay, commencing vith the first PUOSPECTUSOP

urwler i tnetl lnie \ ;? : ?.ll c .n:.{ -1 rin 7era
\ Press and T f- of Jhr writ a cj.i.-d e by 2Se hr.i sr' li -. *>* Ifli* ap 1y t HTp.'i tr: ri 9'1 rlkr! anI! ivr'1>pts will "c spared I lo renle.THfia&OlfyE THE

ai nomcpslo itirormrP* ro anin, l- ti inrt: atlall n. K1 Iii 'cjattic ,a. : '' t k V:1 rk; of iQ.alure, Szr clli a! & wilt" in ell respects worthy oUt1ieX U aieult ally 1ST

Public, Vis ini ntt'm 'tt r. oituiuin, it* pub- Iti.yJJ. 7.,C sUri, 51'aJl 1Je a'tiL rtil(3.'tJ I 7. .'it' Lit ar-: h incur* o Emine. In the patronage of the public. hall) as a ,

'Vati?puw-.f, t'e t' lift *. d i-.i.ila, K vyytl {,r. r a in'Is sl1ject! +, ctVayi jiud ,legaat emporium of sefrt' THE want of u work to which our plan
> ti--s oi n '' + :rr T'tat 1:.* < 1 and MitiTesun? intornmtion. and a wa'ua-! Id refer for inf'urmntion
In as.irm Ifi i:ieJjp rcj>or.* { u "" *" r .rt: o TVv ;V.fV.r- fit FXlYCV. SCi {)>tt relalive -
F&' Journal, the j + 'p.r' nr -* a arc .,, xaa : aj .-:- x >-jiV>riiirt I ; : >t jivJl- Mil'noar. A ac.ttr' iwary., i l'! repository or -choice specimens oi to the Ajri"ulnre! of the Seutoernection

of the -irdu us x ,c) Jdh'rt1! ta3C .. :- '-% 1 i'Irt );n Wtt.t 1)oilttlulc Kjtf.-d JLitvriirr.: : MisceJunr&us: Uteruturc. Stiit alten- .- of th" Union, alas twig been felt,

unit rat-nj hut retying upn rficiml SRt, kt.&s & i tiou T.l! fie t}-'stn te(1n t'ie tnorai tendency and baa lung been submitted, to as a ncctssary .

;lid froi. ')u 'IC' )l): ir,, n ?,, 1," : .,t' t'1d ,'.c'.rr :; ? : sait 2c' ; '3'U a3.antc IJcpirtmcnt contams s E'v a : +,f TilE SOUVENIR,** sail a con- evil fur A-hicli no rom' dy wa at

rr'*Ce r,! the pubilc, a t1 pt ; Ii.aCl T rr-a>i'r iC !uC pTt Ttadla VI1J3:' l 'Ja! A 1 Jre' IPs, OJe3, 11r1nL 'ant. u'ntoJilVil.ir-ts( > pros"rvtd over file hand tVitli a sufficiency of taJenLs and
ahlou4 xl cir: ltl.,1 rxtrnon In + csnse :r.1d interests of virtue. euterprize, to conduct experiment
a ( 1<) A<'C':uu1s of J.Jrctions, CtLtdr uIra
htip s to render the Xdvoca'c a 1 ci e oi' |j Src. -%. JJf it fa ?.cr enscteTl at ii 1 u"i ;3e'R ilar; (:U'umllti1C8t10lLi, i .titl i> 5 Ut1iCT A portion of the coateuia will be as / Uiferences, and to dtta I them, ) et

usit Iul iiaibnniiKoii. I* Iltc.a; il >.:ussimis, t's'c 'er f 11iou's ij.tve we presented to the tvoi Kl, the
le era vr ot ):' co;;%\u"',, i vfiiji ti'.TOe1"- ice anil jirOjii'i"tv JVJ1Jial! tall .c CAU t a J ,.-iJii. Izr to br I. A-ceui an.I Jl-Miunole Fra'ciuity. 1 TALKS, original and selected ; ESSAYS. jde of a hljyii minded and riterpzing;

will )e frlv admitted im ttt: :: 1'' i .-oatrucrviusuff ly'h. nresurs: u* 7 :?'jra ;jri-tni Oir tile Misselitt eo.is De- rnaral, humorous and scientific ; jncultni-al comTnunity, destitute (,fort '-

urnns, w"; i'l21 n..t t.' ... ,; :nn ;,arlf "j 't1.e.! nuance t>a or ..u.rt tii-t'ii\ p;art *,}!< a -. are rc/l occupied sty f >iijiwi rOJiTJiST, orlgitml *n'1 selected frusn! the iuul Mgnctiiturjl works, and depending
and v.'tti"ui ary prticlp.n tit: t.ic part I > il '. ;' Silt oi best nericui and publications ,ole1y on trraJ commutneationa
oi d-ity Fon-lg-n
ay vcr jnOtfr. : or *! er i'-e (Je\ot4rd 10 istlerti. r:.s, fr *..ncits ; or foreign
Ot the liclittr, 11 tilt' ,it7 1if11s 1,1lIL:! ii*o tilt. A43; 'rut rite 111 n.r re au! va cable woiki The K:;litor Ii1tJl rJ:1'IIiL.1L SKETCHES of diatinjw publications, for all our knowledge on

or nay bercaJter! aarta'.e iJiep'tbiiCuJiJu; | iAie lij+t sic'C tt the ii>* fl od r, >?x ) 's Enl;reI! ;uto x'rangetutits tilt. wlich :J ui4lveil rs'inn, mate aryl fei/iale, panic'uUriy these fc'.ibjects. Whilst others hare carefully -

In short it will :>c tli: ilnjt- i f.t lhK! <1lorto | lli3l ', ) : n.' :'ni 1. i hi- r( Celsr. frt I.r:1fr. rP7tlarilar files Of.! rile litter ; AKJIJJUOTES. Bon col kctcd and recorded the experi

1 vci'.er! ht papa icvjjuu'e! uud l i .iJt di..,a! ...' r. V' On tRt : 1x11:1. s'trrai ti erltl'rat' puilCitio-is! of t-ie; first iUctr, a5'c.'r. The vrigihul mutter ut- ence '*f their prac'ical furniwrs, we have

Useful to aft. 1! an lit: c"viis; > i J; bvpi .c; it jft.n i 3'iF'C':1ar+'1'ty i', tt/jt counti'y3'id tv *ic Ct .Yt't' lort'iw-depMt.iierjt of our jvipirr permitted tc! h.,nl earned knovyled of

Jos. D. D.ivcnp rt. 7'1 jiJi t-r tit v. U' <. oJie) "tc r/. iv-u > nil coi 1 b.rir: b, -:: Yu lou.irhl einiueiilj criJed lo will ,e tuiMis'licd by in-.livi la&ls who :treattv'tntsl't mr fathers to eriali will* them. Whilst!

.,T c. \ a: 55 1)* i :lit -a jici'j ?1/3Ntl' f1 ttae (.tttj:1etcC Ctiis A'Tietjcau reaiitT i itU Kts\y\ known to the public! otiiers have bee ifetryinin;; every nerve i itl'.e la

c : : L '1 .i'.i,' .: j.s.j (rv.Jrt1 t3. -,, i2r tri: > t, L v iJiaiiJtjj J'beraj r:s.- thent;:i rite rr.ediuju: uf tueir J-iter-ry proliestdes canse, we have been mere lotrkif*

q'iI : Fi..ritl l :1 1t9( ,. trill h ,,,.-]i ;Me f.itner.51 .f ji>;-,3 .-..iv>irrJit- 04 !M -tn :t n.- rnl'I'iI iti! coJii.iiiii oi tlie JlE ; ducuJr.s ; the numerous corres- < n. Whilst they have advanced rapidly| ,

ed once :% wech on u r > dhc c-t, a; ii it t: 1 I 1' ."- .." -:,ci: /'s.r: .- : M.ix ./i .u r, } r.M&j, iJ-&Azr.tx, DC e'!!il 1 ciiti'Je iii'rr ianllrut who 1lay !be expected to cjjitributi wv havib -en stationery oi dt lost bavo

dollar* prr Aft',U'i 'it\JLC: ..a -,d r :.r \ ,4 tt-II,3 .") RU.t )' r !' .! u> /r.jweiiaurute sb'-rtr of tl1C 13u,1)Cf11 ; prcg essed but slowly

.\\ivfrtvt"? 1t> lb-t 11h241 :-t Ut iitir ui'oue: i] } u" J f: r tar Lnllar! lo a. a S', id ? i/f.a 11. >M3CELLAtVy.-Interesting items l-'rozi wS it cause has arisen the vast

1 lltJ>Ur ji r MJU-IV -.>.- re: Jirsi .;.s<-rivM! |J o. si ivnls oJ i-uc.j j' iv. t.-iis JiJijU-- ii. : t ,!'st tU lhfr of tti" present xro of 1UT' ll'fit.Ot) IblcJifrtlid iliHChiC( OC superiority: of the North over the SoutU

ana UltctrTs" *- -rch s:. > n'u-i.i ( 11 :- j :..aI or age"*., a* i.l.'a v i,)." snf n ;i :.> 'Lit.:, b'c-. iiria dn tif A'J'JYClltlz, cuvrt: ces, uf jtth':, rtjariiajfe; *, tic.III. in all which relate* to Axiicukuftt ? II.HI

I t:1n'tC. \d.ft-:tc 4-c*r:5 '' jJi ::1Srf1/ ftl + qti'iie&uij :ta cSiirfTs-s Ami il i t e 9-i;;. :rise |>thr.r'J on lii. Jj u? Fe.iruary, iabtv EAT(tt11'INGSThe rrt: num- it been tint they alone have turned

"util tor.lic+, oatss ;1eciIly urdred in i ;>e -couKi-fi, tali1 me titr t/o-Je-ti.! % f--'l-S procuring siz subscrlb bcr of every inoiitli uill be enw elJilwdlwtt'i their attention to the subject, that they

c cor.tr.irv. e't ;: ; 1 ,1') 1'te ., 93 r:11: .111aIi' f'r ; ,_ i ;a ipc-n.lid quarto COJTliUl'LATEj alone have made experiments and profited
th .i : rd.if the! am* ; 1; ai ', ( )
Hupr.jc: :J.a rilJt rS : 11th. k t& :,:L .-,: ur a ,:jut "t ii
4, o.W \viii i> c:IL C tl.: La1:,+ ] :1v I:( *4 + :1:1 ut :: :: ;',;,. )' it: ..5 .,t li il "Int 1.j i \rork, iuonr gulch will be the following the South have been ns enterprir.n: and

t Stthltt,+,)Ct o ttlt'.1:11>'s t' !'iCt1P it oattC w J tel: Ctn., :', c ;1ltiamh: a. Ancient of Man as active :u !liar researches as those of
P- ] All:! ; tirs Intended for I
Ii O ;:ce ot W i' ->uii.. tj il -. .fe ,. -J 4' : talc paper muyt 1'Alxcr of ile Burr in Wnuntala the Not th. But whilst the discoveries
i be >a it direcieii ,
2 paid AUI: ii
j r.'iicrc At.:3Ifuiir.i, +i"Ct1,1'Sd Js1% I.JOOM' made by the latter !
r 51 oS1),11'. ) Kings in one ot the seven are immediately
LI.i. i i i ;: idly a.,, )': i,; .t tur'cs tarot at, ,,7)i ) >? fii. Child ;, WlMldcTJ of D.tUf : brought into notice by their pevioJ-cal

'.' 1.,1'i :t; n"a tilt' Cil:, tt 51 UC t .9.w)3, JI: P..dr;set, 13.7 S icw the Perphis)., publications, thot ot the former an- knows

l !?:; : ;c .N-it to C''v:rt6. I i_ \! --- r,1.tlelll Itrilge Grotto of O-les.! but to Tew, for want of a proper vra.clft

'j -d i iL f | .5 '. ,3fri.t,; i ; Tri-r j.M'jviii jus ot'.ijj oi er the Scliuy-! 't'cmlik of i'luto. 1 of comma ni calion. Hence it has b--cn

Li> t t' ?. o :. i j o.-. .,/c.ri. < a4tt 'ivT-iUCt tilt; iriQC Jru-a t!:r kill. ;- Pont 1)iiCxd near that their improvements have been more

I" JL'.na.! from the JSumcs i Luiyuc- rapid than ocrs. and, that we are at tlla! :

C KIH ] -.x.-"oTHTa l/i To .4..A K i/.Io,i r...1/*.jij Th, t cj t)at \ s A \ It (:.r (lct9: of the (loc. day so dcMdent_ in this. bvar.ch! of L :ovsrit -

h u .If -. ait:1 not '<, t (1 .t ...} t'l c ,1s ; ;ttuLI.r: ; i.i I'i tvr..l>t,r--tt sari !).uptl+u r.- coMtrihute Iruin lane> to' timc suh >.ntmation .-sr

an t'" ill1***" ill'montt! :\ Vjttrw'tircT ;l t 'Hi till 1) } s .triu {- *' .-' Area ire--t Ferry, Ie ert ut the Gr.Lin 1 at OM) be of-ervice f> tir: CD u.

Riccc.li. ta'lld i '''.! 4' t4 i >.t- rvv i uvjr 1 if' n il.-.o .T fj'i.'i-f U CMA. ::"- p til.de ptit.! Clartrruse: r.uinhy. Tni> work will bedivi.tat+ intw

L': 'J t 11'r gttr t '* 4O' f., ?ij j ltM"iis tuc-.ij :us ii : siiii.; 1 d' 10f llic l : c l tsc ,}< that| j ppr.ntl:. I'alrelete, iulndru t East 1'ruspect ofCause parts.. Fart 1st, OnJr.! .-!!--Part rill.

(1) tl' e't", ? t' ; I '' 1 j! __ j J stpc ;t'ic ,;ut v-I a .y }. .. n.", : -j :.sir i'i 3a.j Cis'aetv vvtwT"rn' <-e ur aro. .-(j"dcvstH t>; thtlll: !. iiial::'> lection: nnd ltvlczit-fart 3J. ,tear

Ii tt is -'s o it .!r j ""'* :1st's'H '.' U Vf);,; 1 .1C <. j rtt ip I S''rIC .1i1eCt1 if( tv-.P- I Gi* r's t'; : tC, :tl: cuhurtl Jn.
4.H j fail r .t in th' I'cltPr!]' t (,!,J.l 1 rn-tt j jt I & B'-jtlge of I.ri. Casl of Part ist. will :
S.-c 7. 1 r Segovia.of contain all Or t .
L :
: n J'u :ffr etatrel: Ti.it :? it a ,r71i 11/1 a'I i'I ; na *
"-1 h'c'i H1U C'\ t tit' in. pin. Says on AKTiirultur H.-irticiiUitre B ,
iio--i iiii -:! : li'-iJjU v< in- C-j y '' -' t le .Ml.diti' % Mnv -
tir, j +
/ 7 tm)
e if 5s t > heb .. / : .j nnii--'ii, b. ri I Sta.jI'rison, ,UL.t1i.r Ktir.il Affairs
|t r19' :+ y..1 -* !iv *lj.; ft : the yss.r ci this oith! i'ncr.ttll- o-il KilJarncy and. D >mest c Kcoaomy. : >
r :* the '> J'i orjeul! In vhJch: burn, NVr' Yovk.; from K Nor the
ttt.Verier h, (i- only
;-i.cc '. i .iiimru present sapls articles
j us ruscr. N ; j-cr v, ir< I y s'-i.i ]4 j ngitt > of -. -.:, k.-J cm he '
cl't alien def'nitry s-t- : Hilt. ll of the
Sn'1 I'rfcsuLicnhcr Lctith ill
Prt1: v A' i tt be attended to but afro
at' 2 's.A'tn 'n v .
1 i'JT t-v a-(i i',17) ihc! ;:iu- jl J'r'l, ::c suh-.c--ti
to *:,.!'t ,,3rl" wi:! j rs prop-ie a m/nthly ialh will the introduction of of
nOT thus he new Cil
"- of \ kCi v k .* *)'.' cd rur i>y .his U r i I pa *.: ;, '-rt'' ib' title furnished objects
ed ill ?tS !! (' ; 3)(' its11 1:1t r j 1 :- !<- ..-c r.rt.1 3 ; fiijioiy: 10 > !>f- r.-.uli: al j ;ir>t o11'c? .-t t;Js: tt-orlr >".\e The ye.trK witkrvutetrn SnlrrIOr'.O1115e1'. hire, s'cha: the Grape Vile, Olive, Cajers. -
VIM 't-,1): rt t,' at ',, t'> coiiec' and plat En ;raviiii-jg the I Tea, Su 'ar Cane Silk and
: of Worm
a' tit'-'iiier price ; ,
a co-e j : e i ;
1)nd x't tlnrxblNw ntIIer tvttlrlt .
1cTr : ( h iric trot harm .1 fcof
ttFill3rnve liiiCT tntr' -
} <
nr11t ; '
i-r < v r' ; -s, ii M-.JI'.I sis inciits li : i, t't a .: ? h y Cnnr+ uuc : i art LLUU-
A 3f :1 1)a' t fr'a !' : ? lu t ,ts3 :" | j a1. | -:'vIrr liaatcci! : l'r .. :. :-v sfui, !.' ,';l MASONIC :11C nt Sl llCt7tt ana be) the annual cost oi the ciuire work. couise uot known haw far they tnlp
riots iorA t ,; ST.IA.gII9tltlttaq be IV. THE TOJh be climutiz.-'d.
; ,ltU T.-In Orty that of
branch Ilorti
r I a'C -5 the
J< i. i n>ato? thin
:2t 1'1'n 1'u ,'t, ? {eler.10-1, liar usual Literary matter culture \viJI he for the
t1s1q ) attended
cj>c lTi !;;:iv ic; l, l., ue 1).t u tizu'ar -cvifl wii} nwi'1'1 contained in bimi- present
t 4 3t''t ". fry. *tlj 1' .!- ''1 r < -/J'|i I.,;' \\-it u-C'fu.-ft o: .liiv loi, or t,,, ti er : :, ,J -.tc.. H'-g-ujce of ii!! tio'i to (3tr ( .iCllty lar publications, the? Proprietor laves completed to, which relates to the Kttchcn: Gu Jen.!

C t./,+iis1. n;'ii '- .> vvnvof 1 't. lt' _:*.411 J. a tL'tCi, tlirua .- ] of+ r17t'Cr < a-J i aMr.lcjjiny \- an ananj-tinent by wh'ch fcj will \Vhen the proper time si.tll! arrive, we

+Irrain:*+, .,, <" '. is. ao-r '1-!'-) o .r- ihcv.. :'.>ji<' vx.fhi oi f.iciirot s th. v shall fur. ;, s.> the vhrn. : co --ibined.i be enaoled to funush' corivct de>-crip- are prepared to give direction* bur the

!; ch.' ) tttn.t. ,, ,t ti-: n* j ..4" o i. r..L7.t<:i'cpni i--jn' ull :Jiiioi t, < 'p''b*.-A, FA.HKL&SS n. tour- tail'! icticaily et1 1 1 lions of the preva.li:,,; fa hiuns, both |"or- culture of the higher bra,:JG ics.

tl* eC <;: .j, -'iJi'fjtr-1 vas llJI'l -n \rniATu WBEATX: OV MASO3UT, ] eign and domestic, illustrated) with dei fart 3d. will contain selections from
LlI!' r rc! r 1 ; 1 that eve+v MA O c rnJl he i' >f+engravings, besides Foreign Wo-ks
is .t' the en the above !
; r ierst J! Jtia' dJ }ltCrrlIl: :, iJt tAl: t1''It: t 3r1;; t.j entwine regular ae1 subjects, so
iii1i i'c rrrn. Hilo t t Jn stic ) around tiie i'tarof do j via, once iu each qur.rtcr ; places ol fara they may b. applic.tble la t e soil

i (trrrir.t.1* r.rnt. vl c';) t't; t sec *>. //.-' ifJttr_ ei'itcled TUittjusfci nl ,rr to i iini-M. .}''tar nntiitngc
rcc: v '. n,* 111"r-e :' r fl ct : ..I; uuin iorce ,iO.ii ,.;i.l itlc" ;(> ti3.- !i >u.ur.prove ore.ver rile h-jart. <-> enl ghten &2. ic. at the rariieft possible period Union, or may in s*'ni i way be of use to
uno- hr-ot'er* tr'iig tti" band of and from our
'ntpf and v- i11. ; the most authentic sources. planters. Keviews of such works a?
I O V. .. ; :jci i ttt" 1'et ? 4 department ; Notices of nay: treat of the Agriculture of thesa
in rrp t"w '.. i'asstd: Au utt 25'-h, 2827.i + ;( :'+,tl- 'it5 ald ri ri't m'lrltitt States
t t :,ru )q 1444,(' n1 r' "1' 1 pabsi.i ig events ; 'lheUra.na ; New Pub or such as may either directly of
Cts + : 1'nm n-rirjtrli liter. a t ,.. ;2 t -. I.A. KUAp. ir, ti ti'109 wli _;. U the MASOV'H hcaliou! ; Criticisms ; Revjeu-a, Sec. AC. indirectly have an influence: on tw, will
.. .
# raUc.Mc.J 1(1/IrSSP !* / r* # ro.u- be
; s i)) they fr''I inserted in this
J. (:. )1.t1it., : p'Ir hisf r-cal and other pajrlaf the worl.
npo i to Kei-rK: v' e v-. at erory niattcr, worthy i'art Sv!. will contain brief
tertion ltjrJrcasht :, r1arI, IdT. (11 preservation.Tlisit THE SOUVENIR Agricultural
an- aciiltlit' < tr' tl'e mns* n xvifac|| published Notices, so that our lUntc not rt.

re sti ir contents op for.>;cri :.n -i 'in J 1t httSed ; trrltln; t':eri; may bft no misumlerstand- every \VED.\ESDAr, oil extra medium: main ignorsujt of what is may 01 !bU 6
fine white goln ,
i wl* Iu* :i prnpr tad ippmrr.t tv'nl;1 !>e 'i I'on .lt..ynr, in r :r -I'.1: tt> teas w.rk, w* think! it paper printed'wiut new and may have an opportui.-ily of kn.nvisiif
fnrni'i e wrj err 10 cnni-'vt'- p- In'Jmlir:1 to st-itc, that a I portion of the type, and decorated, in addition what done in the different p.rts of MS:
lion to
4 ife.'nhdur: : to c -nrh our (' I91 ':..tit chit xvir co-l.in.H.H: be ft*,< enjrravingM; alluded lo above, with world in aid of Agr.culturc. It is hoped*
'f'led rc 'itanrS rA I br rtF., |..nbivi) nfie MA.SO.VJC many Emhelhshments. Each Number titt I this
Tae knowledge will be to
a as a
i jw''d u itito!' nrv Farr'nct* .>* that f V'! r re 'it3h ''e'rr arcnd cm t rrrlrt'rts'l"l: any: rij.-cj j: tsUbu llg the AHARAHTB sad will. comprise eight pes, cut, stitched our entepnice und cause us alia to nuke

er J innfray'ne ors-"al! r*' -arr. an < ta *rt -.! i tt/, a rt. who pr-fl-r it expressly adapted for binding. At rfih exertions,
Odin Here also will be ici.rted
a obit -
that ante >/ j\r p the
.t i /lr
mi e-'ter into .ill t making a expiration of or-the
rai ever'sp
w"+ ia doted ex-ctuswely to rile interest year, close a list Agricultural Hurticultuixi and
r iiusnuu Ji us t! f sVo t! -' V. -rt M .1'' b (l ilau'iiitlte un I'alujojr a.ii crrlfi!r) of Mi>oRry. In a wteklv tlnannrjt ot a volume, subset-friers will be furnish Botuiical Works and sa.r.e
pt per
very coui-idfrH')U cn' .mr/i: -its ecttt no V//t 'c a il fur of'i. ed gratis with a general
P t. f ; p lrrt)tl sC s ii< T"C cas". Further, tie index of the con notice will be tik.n of their co-itents.
: Isierelo-e. m-iv: scum 'nor' tliv' ry Sec. 1. /J ;/ O' txl/tyttie 'ijtiw 1 and "!.f onaro form, because we believe p-opo tiiw tents, and a handsomely engraved title Advertisements cf Agricultural>rk*,
form and btwst an increase .f sod! li's.ntl ,* taunt \v.-l! page.i'rice.
p'g. < .i'tltiwiit 1'It..t s-7 1llUC't of tin best meet the wUhrs of o'jr and implements, or any oilier vhicli nay
ih'ril bt rt!<)f> O- "} i Ordin 'n.-nd-: ]: :s Tore of bsEcription S3 50
UrTherr'c t :ce ar?'*tir convenient for bird p er annum interest the Planters gen-rally, will oa
F of the O.isV-t' will bMh- t.v s-raeln V eon.;pj.'u-d! u\ the 31 It* div I t r!1-, a,"i >* letter a-iaDtt-d to the librarj: payable in ailvance. Postmasters published on a separate sbectanlattl.lt! '

i dol'Ars thsnbsi bntl fifty cents p-"r arnuii -fnn. it'l < Dtf-cinbej' i>t, ji.-l me aJme i>. lu-r b- '.*' which \ve des'.LMHo; m ike it. not nIti- ., and others out of the City, procuring five ,*tito .2nl n..L ..

'! J rintioii is p 'd t advance 2 5lwi' > r' petlt-i: *. 'Jrttl'l, ibtinre f:.rco.rj]> < .y rill c''.;lilt. but Tiif'tab'e, acquiii 1n. the,!utstrlut rs ana uecomtng responsible for We hope all such as are favorably disposed
t received as iv nt in full t:4! th 1)1i. loti 0T'tit TiuMirtAXTu will payment will be entitled to
i'. 11.(17.1 mr. e hr be publUbe ] 0* a sixth co. to the work will assist us in coirri-
-' arri') :e nei'< that we h vi mule : ett ntlei 1-<> the fjr-t blicat ; :>iin tkiryti pages, ands\ > procuring
fop! on >f .Is.' The
Casket JSc-c 2.
Re it < Copper-Plate
w.irrrmt is Junker OrJa:ued. Vi\ auu'Jl acte?* pares eleaently! printed embellishments will subscribi-rs ibrit. We nil w-ifl
in astir n;;f its .)atro:>sr t'i' it shall urh rd J the on he superintended requrst,
sc'ntli oythe
q ,
t.fCTn u n-vi wit! five Publisher are
in a rc-quirt-s ; paper Every other and dspose.l to contribute, tu fonvarJ tou
Jia-wfcc-n-r.ition.:). a'1Y v 'rk "f t'nr lint:1 ih ti t 'c tai>qurUe 'tit lioDien.-i Slrect T t), ,uunler t HisJied' with an eC! the typographical piit of the work will tlieir co.ninuHiciitiuiH, as ely as josibh. >

puhli 'ifcl ; a'Lile! its vv'-f i* 9eYr' feet trij inclu'3 wide, be rt 1sc.tlr(1 rant, -nravednrLtlrJ r..phie) print be under the exclusive direction of nOse who have made experiments
tc r : ha-f' thtt a-
; r of the
-ly Messrs,
most ordin i?rvmoiihh' lt'l tlu- s mit" br '*-,8'rucd fry d ?( (1 l tvten Atki-son and Alexander with
seve ;! tp practicable to the contents who Urupc Vines Ohve.'M'
puht.Cations. 'tide Anti Ittr have; been put) long known
1 lit Pairois l terltr'tilll. IIt1, of the u arh. to the public as \Vorms, or any other! articles new to on?
ot t!,t C 'SA r tWi1t1 intend to xble and
KCO .si.-ucl ;i Ili. qur-te ate lJt tl'c HIP enterprising artisans, that it i is tales
upon rei.itive
: ::.'ue the wcrk a'ltTihe } Mire will be two dollars a or can give any inforiiuti'jn
jin-scnt >varn tlect of:tuli': > year, nrirrly to
r-jviilcd unnecessary
ity.ot > form, that far to them
tl .u i2t ptvahie on the of the say 10 as we particularly wilict to
reception first
Ca t to is 1 'male their u i hr cft hi lvrrntr O.isuMce num tile; are
H stiali be tfe'lut': ., ber which, concerned there can be coainitinicatc what
t' wil i 1 be no they know oil
; ;; t ( tl.e ,. put lo may
uhsctii)1io : arha:;(, suc'f C-M.J to i-'frr-n pr-ss as soon doubt as to the
; the M elegance of its the
t : nncusit yr there .i.ijiid .i ua ,uliicunt number of subscribers execution, siiigrct.TBttAlS .
} vxjns. s f ??h<- -a; .,id :;re md with
*-i. t' 'airact tart regard 10 his
: ltevru tort tviu't' pbtuiiird lo warnint the own share of the| -This work will be ntei!
fct- jvnd
n.LAv.ings. : ( r it abs., MI :Its t "thtr expen\e. Any arrangement sth* Publisher! pr
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cl l by-the case he should
jwtivi .I'.us tl fail
1 11iL Or
wady the ntulsof 1UanCr< I rd6atJ i-.d hold hirmelf topcrfurn any cs. at S-5 per the dch
: n ertj b Apr s1:+urt 25t'i! August 1S27i'a&std responsible: will be entitled sential part of his annum..ayale: on cry
L. prccUJtly. to- a seventh copy. Secretaries of late nndcrukiug- refund of the first nuin'aer-SD,, if paid two
OcJ. ol of
i price
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g ne- Ajjents will .
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pott paid every
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It m \ be well tt atat' .that he *>- 'as- DltAKK. Secretary] addressed to the subscribers, as publish by PHILIP I'RJCE subscriptions will bo received numbers of from 3'2lo 50 pages, act off;
Appoved Ut
kcr 1827."will! fcrtnadiutiIctiau, mr, NureiitflerlBlT era of the Masonic ?Mirror> Ilogton Mau. Street, Jr. No 66 Lomt.-.nl panicd witheng: .1Viltgs when necessary

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frill tin post piiil.ntl afss\
to thirty six )P verdict! en by JUDAll DOBSON .UfI Charleston, A.i;ust. 18J7.&Z7 .
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