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Title: The neutral
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Title: The neutral
Uniform Title: neutral
Neutral (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: F. Pindar & Co
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1848
Frequency: weekly
Subject: French -- Florida -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Language: In English and French.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Dec. 28, 1847 issue.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1848.
General Note: "A weekly literary family journal."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 8 (Feb. 15, 1848).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076102
Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09716510
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long array purely modern ''The works were catre completed From the fieljl I.1 of Palo' Alto tu'tu' I But lot! the march of conquest To the assaliling/ band ,_ '" I
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Vtoacks of the olden tim .; 1 1 Supplies la.lOail. Now the c'uuds! of battle loom, I I Is for the moment staid, << forces falter. ,.... \t
It a tie ame of gallant Percy. Fortbr stores were ten lea goes distant And'the flask ot Ringgold's" cannon, I I. I By a stem and hoatl'e: city Falter on their native land.* .L. '" ", ;

ADd the Dou' !'ass bole J i I Of wooJed'Llll;, and cafe' Every moment light*> the gloom I With thethunder tones of battle, Which In all its sirehgtb arrayed Up the snowy t flag ill carlin ', \ .. ) I
RXADT.jtot Chile troops of Voting,lancers. t The gory work tf.done, *fvr. +* J wAnd
.' heroes as Seem with its
reti MB je Fitful glimpses, see yon column I From the vale of Rio Grande, l bristling< ramparts '
as )hose Mold 1 And rancheros were seen, the frowning towers and .
And CH 'With t I' Forming i i the lurid glare 'Was roused the martial spirit, Ana many a looming tower! rampart r V** t
fluttering Of
H- I Along the route pennons! : between. {{t See a thousand Aztec lances I That slumbered, t through U e land,,- I Like anothet Sftttgosat, I >Monterey are won. 1 t

! t1. .:rig of cur* : 1. \ > Shrinking j rum the bristling square. And the rallying cry that over i I To an MtalfBaf power. (IIt li --t"

,I's from theii quirt home, I Y. 1 Our hills aadvallies. "! M .:**- 't Asa deed of martial glory/ .... t,

[l; mUUal deeds surpassing Then tearing a batulhon t From the blqady'p orama |Brought a host of thirty, thousand. L.r,.. CHAP* ER II. fame-wreathed. heroes donel* _.
Home To hold rude
Modem Uaol or kneient ; redoubt, Ardent soMtecaio tb .IL...'
j ,! Up the anaoky-clouds are curled, i, > t :. 'Ancient scroll' ur modem IIDrT'CaD
| We : uag of deed} daringI marched bts i rn>y .' "" ,
this OUT jnodtta tune; TO clear away'the route ; ,See thaataTT I banner Bowtirre n: ... a produce no proude**......'-* #,.
ubador minstrel T drive the I' or And the banner furled Mississippi Alabama t Wot' m-.t the deed of daring I :T -
v ,(-*'! (t tr tjr C swarming foemen serpent ; i .With the northmans banner streamingThrough t.
N, ret wove to ancient..rhyme"I From out the I
I the Tale of Rio Grande,
between his sand-bag fortress Woven for' Columbia's brow Poured out their gallant yeomen, :r ir Is there a brighter than the storming: '
1 Wth: his :
And the stores at Isabel I'By her countless deeds of daring, *Neaih the banner of the free If trumpet witfly swelling. I II' Of the wails oMonterer..t < .
batik' I Ii Notes of triumph o'ertbe land
\ of trophies
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XII Palo : 'now, With the south in armor gleaming
I each hill and XIV.
\piolasvbia's er.glrs won From tropic valley

t ;,from the Northern mountains, "jfet, the camp so bear deserted, .\ vI. f'And The the war Empire cry woke State the responsive north I' .Erst in Montezuma's sway. Long, and bloody was the contest _
C Tneaih a tfOpirnn ; Contained defenders bold of and Aztec's
Sons Spain rally
Convinced!, thai he, was fightingOn Thus her slogan[ sounded forth. Many a gallant soldier leis ,t
i I.' iitoT a gallant cub ,. jVs| ttisncteut predecessois, 1 '
1 amble i an unlucky day. SONG. I To the walls of Monterey.. For never in our anna's j
And o'! mail a name Hit: Roman ones of old. I I'
t pssing in its splendor, 1\Ve shrink not from contrasting Arista also vanished ",' : From the Empire's northen border n: Was a battle fought so well:l; . '\ \ 1

I atht: heijhth oPwelKearned j fame ,, I ,Its gallant men so few, As vanished: his array I to the forest-girt. frontier, Hark! the tramping of the charger J Yet with Columbia's paeans '' '4 I t"

IT.w !,>,sib those beneath the eagles Retiring to I.a Palma. j(Were the mountain malls of Freedom Hark! the clanking of the steel, -Minxes many a mournful strain, '', 1

the apeningdf the project j ji I II I That o'er.the Tiber flew t With reinforcements;' there, : their frosty turrets rear; See the eag'e banners flutter. For her Moans, FIeLD and WittUvs+ !
lIe resolved' again the peri's See the northern columns wheel, Tlrere numbered with the slain ,
i t annexing all [he land, I KIU., ', > t|From the beach of far-famed ERIE 1 ,
1 1T t Of the batile-fie'd to dare. t Lo the of Palo Alto, f. '
F!iron the irater* of the Kabine As rooD as Taylor's. banner the Mohawk's thronging vale, men Albany. Februcr ISt9,
the shores of Rio Grande I VII On the eighth and ninth of May, I
) O'er the rampart ceased t*> gleam, To the ,' '
of old sound
waves Atlantic J
R st the question of t the million !i Arista boldly Tl"R1Dte'd On the field)lof Palo Alto, !, : Come to gather brighter laurels -
.11tmp discussed by all, I J the war totes on the gale. From the wall of Monterey; _
( With his Lost to cross the stream, Forevery!' north man slain. t A Passionate Lawyer -A .
\ c. 1. bumble cottage, i t And Peal the'sigcal r'' shout that summoned' 111. t
to plant bis thronging legions : client
Ten swarthy southron gorses calling Impej (a t j'
': m {tfgiilative ball I j I\ With a paearit aid display, to SARATOGA'S plai n1I See! how in battle order upon : J
Were strdched upon the<<7 plain. I distinguished English Lawyer : '
V. Between the feeble fortress I The glittering ranks deploy, 1 )
i I Long shall the Aztec mother I 1 Where the strongest link was s-\ered one day after the usual salutation
I And its succor: far I 1Vith the warrior's gen'rous ardor. j
1 r run at'h ita consc/nition, i I away, That bloody contest mourn, in the tyrant's galling chain; I
t4'eo, toe fiat sounded forth, | XIV. With his stern and silent joy. i proceeded, thus : '1
!!hdf'nh!! nptbre by the southron,; I I Whilewe hold it dearly purchased{See! howthey answering gather, the Loud booms the hostile thunder. I Mr. Impey I RantIou im- !
Ririggild's alone'f
And then from Jlataraorai! By life !
r1"'lcotntd by the north Empire yeomanry the iron rain I medially to i
i Flew rocket ball and shell, f ?' Fast falls l issue a writ against ;
Ii! +ts i n. heir height of gladness i iiutniHion stern favors which were answered VIII. |With arms strong as their father's with As the chieftain reconnoiters I I-who owes L. 40. jAc ,

AnJ .ur full and champions swelling sung churous, By the'leagured post full well ; The light of:early morning,, hearts as true and free, The city from the p'am.: j called upon roe about an hour '

,,roidihe ,Union's borders : To th* summons of surrender Behold a''tem array j Up with that proud o'd! banner that IV. since and told me that, as he J -
rung I vent from the hostile town, feW! in numbers, dauntless, waved so bright of
SONG )Went back iron I Though I I yore. I II As the word advance is given, was going out of town tomorrow .
an answerFrom Adraircinijj: i to the fray:| When the of the invader On the lines, t \ r
f'Ll our rente northern border the I the cannon of Fort Drown. [ step was sweep g'eaming I or the next day, be could : : _
Behold the a'lant hundreds +
"t')" at hiils of Main, I heard upon our shore Here State devices glitter, L. 20 of
me his
Who the before pay z
Ti 'to" onnjje grures that! shadow the! ; on day First i in Freedom's'gleamig! cohort There the Union emblem shines;
debt. I want therefore ti io.
and I to
'' Had met conquered thousands I you .
rrrt'r tropic plain n countless foes surrounded when looms the could of war, On they sweep, the works assailing.
F'* ,m the t lands 'hat skirt the ocean. I Those men kept! fighting, Move to toe i fight once, more. I On theEmpire'sbanner blazoned mustwave Over fosse, ditch and wait arrest him at once for the other f ;

nm inland bill and Jai) J \Vhen the hues of hope were faded,! I IX. LJ20' Impey's countenance '"
"ExceUior. Each State its slogan pealing
.x naima's shout of gladiiecs, betinmn I When their faintest gleam was gone been to work; but repressing
Though the': eld was rough and broken That banner will bear it the And the Union's shouting all. ,
we on
upon the gale Hold the fortress at all hazards. ..., ; ': ', ... hu indignation Le quietlj! ..nsk- j -,
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ft t' nasbuuts of exultation leap J I Never was that stern command t I sunny tropic strand,
ed him if the "
"ms the freeman tongue. Before obeyed more traly The foem m posted strong tAs t! our father's did before vs io the Well may b'ench! the hardiest foemen, man was'poor. T I. .

I > !0lwus banner owe a bromd. Than by this determined band On cbappar ;1 and defile :; bleaker nothern land As the Saxon's onset cheer; Poor! oh to be sure ; I wonltl -

r- dm Resaca's' passjilongAgain not arreet..him- be / t
f > u fling, : were not ;
XVI. freighted
That fold with boar froast rustling in With former terrors
i..- a new star blends its lustre upon! the arging column] : Impey, who was a very llU- -
Hark '! from distant Palo Allo, '' northern mist so dun *- Comes pealing on his ear; ,
n sac red fold. Its pealed, '
'og3 fiercely
: They bar the cannon's roar, Well may blench the Aztec legions mane man, could no J longer : .i
l ID i UP galaxy emblaxuned by his I' voice of battl The battle smoke shall wreath in beneath
And tic
:ahrh thereof old. At La Palms OQ tbi morrow, again I field. ,a tropic sun. Thinking of an earlier day; control his anger at the heartLess ,- ,. 1

r1:11" the east to despot's bowinr, Free Nearer, louder: than before Rose treni bling I o'er me- .f. -I For the voice of Palo Alto; injustice\ of his client; but to.. )
j And the 1 light artillery speaking, i X. I Out with the keen-edged ,'..capons.thatI Monterey, himself ,
om s genius blindly spurned, I Rings again I working with a
.!>m the realm of throne anJ : In its quick familiar voice i r I bristled o'er'CHJMPLAIH" ,
seepre that aired hero V1 of thus!
Again ray- string epithets, ran on .
: b-T flight she sadly turned I I E eiT moment nearer clearer That stormed the heights of QUlel"sI I r- .
Upon his: steed, banner rascal t what i
rhea the chose her wild dominion Bids those weary men rejoice. g snowy I TOWN and flashed at Luxor's Hurrah, the starry "Xou why dg .,._ "

the Mu.d of the West t I r I! XVII. With his tmngsglance' directedTo LANe. Shines.througb the 11110kn'e, I!you take me for?- You sc j. t

1 r placed her signet Freedom, upon.1 each I' tgh and daring deed, I Where Worth his bold die! I dl't'll! What arrest a poor man ;
iSoon cloud of dut |1 Each blade shall gleam as, brightly
I a arises Bids the cannon to unlimber. han
the iron
tht ngle crest : Leads through ;
the he
: With the battered manned o'er the swarthy southern foe, very day has paid you I! ,
r'l ramparts The inra: to wheel, darken I
i tee Ift her children rally, push the try Though the Bishop's palace
L.20 and that half of the debt '
the rooted foemen :
eagle banner onT They see And, drive le foemen's masses As when the warlike Saxon shrank The air with clouds ofball.
gathers brighter lustre, from Plunging in the Rio Grande ; Before th 2 pointed steel from its dreadful blow. That banner soon will flutter; Out of my house, sirrah! and
Then a mighty cheer sounded, I never let that face !
distant Oregon, the i XI. III. From the Bishop palace wait me see again
i. H the tar and stripes forever,let From beleagnred post Out, Isay !r At the same time ,
Which. *from Matimoras Again Aris a's legionsAre yiuUp
the eagle emblem soar ring Ohio, Indiana ,the vehemence with which
mo tie ICBCT Texan borders, to To the fast-advancing hostCHAPTER torn'' and scattered, where And the Keystone State pour forth the heights, that stately palace

the frozen artic shore. Ridgley's c mnipresent cannon, I Each its gallant' quota worthy In its garb'of smoke and flame; I he jumped upon his legs, over- ;

VI. 'I Keep up;: lheturid( glare The hardy West and North, Stands a beacon to the warrior; threw one of the office stools,

II.' The rough:use of the sabre. t WhileNew England proudly( ralliesThose On his daring path to fame; 1 and the apparent rage he was-

Tbtn soon upon those border II' \-- __ -Jr" Rancher 's ill could brook I sons of iron wilt Up the heights,,that statelY palace, in, the clatter of the furniture

By the waves of Rio Grande I AND And of infantry the lancers Whose siresthe wor"d-: remembered, As the war-cloud rolls along. and the haste with which Imp- =

uprose a guardian banner I I o.c.a. >t- -aa r' er the frontier desert land I I I II Shrink, bristling, Fought fight "J Spreads ey attempt to replace it, so
; dark and
Thq the flag of General Taylor I "I I.On I tom XII IV, From its rampart VIII. strong. frightened the unhappy client, :

Thus planted ill the wild the field of Pa'o Alto, Before, thb Ranchero's Soon the fragment! of an army, that snatching up his- hat, be \
To keep the l Lone-Star" region Were n'' 'erso beset, : In the city enfiladed made b t one to the door! -
'JMid the broken cbapparel: Where Taylor's banner shone, step
From foemen undefiled. ; Hemmed with stockade,ditch and wall
I And the ck I uds of lances men. and out of in
VU. See the banners lately waving Became a host sufficientTo See the gallant third is pressingOn was sight an :

Mettwhle an Aztec l :By the walls at Isabel>> ; By the bayonet push those banners on; triumph through them all. I instant-Life Thelwall. 'i

Ten thousand army, I See the northern legions baited Are, Then taking Matamoras, See the Texan Rangers parting. It r r.L
or more taming lines retire
IB rllke Pomp were marshalled !I ''With those banners floating o'er, E'en th I The legions of the north Storming on their bloody way. .

On the Rio's aoothtrn ,shore 'Foemen light troops scouring round: Before,th tempest Bent on farther Aztec conquest The strongholds of the foemen The Ex-Empress of France i ,

Tta thoosi Aztec heroes I I' them ,Of ming ed steel and' .fire. I With their leader sallied forth.V. Striking home at Monterey. has bequeathed the diamond in ,;

Whose minion was to frigbt ;jHostita masses dense before. '! XIII. I I IX. value about six miltons1"given .1 '

1 iTbVP"uraptuouf Should n take a southern Botrhero eagle flight, 'I II. t, But for Li V ga'i cannon i,CcralvO and Camargo, In the streets the battle rages t her by Na leon to her brother I

I Like the deep and solemn sucnce,.... Firm planted on yon height, : And many a hostile town,' Hand to hand the striving foes I the Emperor of Austria':'- !,

It., situ. .Jf1ata'nJOru! VIII. !When the storm-clouds dim the sky,, And belch* ig uttheir' thunder, i For the meekness of the captive, By far unmatched in numbers, I requesting him to. partition !

long the'600d. Ere the bursting of the thunder Arista -wpsre in d ght ; I 'Soon charged the warlike frown; Now in deadly contest close them as be should judge best i

\\hose banVj are thickly studded, lAnd the lightning gleam on high,. Ho sabre* gleam'among,them And the Stars and stripes were planted But Atzec muscle wearies among the members of his family. ... i . I

nnh shrub and vine-lac: wood, lathe pause of those stern warriors,. Hurrah Lr gallant MAT, And broke the cannon's roar. And Aztec courage wanes, ." ,

was pitched Ibe camp ofTajlor, !(Ere they peal the charging; : ? shout,, That bold {sweet of the horsemenFor Were banner never fluttered' When tneSaxon's nerves but stengthen i
I wins the day. I before. ..... .. ....
Commmadmg cannon spoke ,-
tower and town Ere they dash among the legions... Taylor Or And bas spirit 6lrcerftames. ------- ;
jTlmcaaipbaptttedin At crimson, !Densely clustered on the route. I ;1 'iv.I ,I ; ,' ,. VI.I X. Th sweepings and fUb sb.or' ;
alder, day Fort Btawa"IL t I .
: I ill. f Thus at bt''IOdY Palo Alto, I Through prairie I land and forest: Even boasted Spanish ardor Paris are farmed by the cltyJor '

I All the and 4' t Hark the stem command is given The till! RotJGHjaras won, Through mountain passes gray. ; From its white heat cold and still, t 500,000 francs. After having l trotted
Piled the pick sandy shovel joil 'All along the rigid line And'twas quickly seals) with ReADY Unchecked' ; still the invader Sinks store the steady purpose IB bits for that purpose I! .

j Each h.llng up rampart marking, Plumes and baaaw gently waver For wit the morrow 1 sun Has held' his onward way. ; thejSaxon's iron will the soil is at the rare of 3. aad i

n ogress of the toil !iNaked weapon brifWy shine, Taylor m b ed.oponfi in Parma, ., flot{ eveq\ Alexander 4 ", '{ And' from tower t- tower advancingThe five francs per cubic sefcv, :

Al sr t the: tramp! of,se DP7 AI the rock O[ otiifr+ deep,cnam And In &ed kt once,more, p JUpon the Indian! strand, : ., assailant cleaves his way.With and produces about' .,, .. "
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W ss oil 1 e-.h0e4 uhf r fr !From its brink 5 m i. sIc He prove I i himself! ? u ReADT. Had pfercYd a'wVder! region.*\ his war-note fiercely ringing franca" .. iMP t , "
And l b er'e.nrtt baldd. t 1 . '_ $' ; ;,&
signal IOC1Ad and watchword Then with fierce focrielmejff own I And R Wi& hk Mace&mlatf \ ,M Over stricken Monterey. %.. -
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1 fuuud those who practice not the Are to that Order; bound pleased 'to' find that his patient W OLEr cURREp

run .I, I.IED y; F. ri.VDAU_ .iJ Co. I II prcepts of Christ end hi:! ministers Of that bright link, OddFtllowihipif' did not susp.E ct his motives. r NE1V ORLEANS.MartA181848. .
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fFt'OSlrlHE PUBLIC SQUARitPENSACOLA !whole system with riliculo i and contempt E'tr bless lluit sacred band i clever operator, "I am not .

'' bu. all llti? argues nothing against ''. whose gift of Lore and friendly deed, busy this morning-permit me t ARTICJ.EB, ... Frnm_ ARTICLt: Frolll ;::'

TI'JJ'UAIIICH 21i$1.r : Christianity I I Extend throughout: the land." l to look at your teeth." ''BalIBope. Ky per 71. 8 I NtJfal.Slw,s --

._'_ ...h', The illustration serves to render -- - -- moment's hesitation .. Northern e Tar', , .,perbbl..25 2
apparent I a -. AWul, Navy p.100..t: 3 o 350 .. ., 1 fir 1
H3 The Treaty.-By the telegraphic -i these truths ; -First-The The British ship Sonbraron which the clerk seated himselfin Pilotr . . . 400 450 U R :f'n. . . . (4 III

'-'" ' corrcspOndeiic4 of the Baltimore :r.Utmiofuny institut'on upon public: i struck on the Chandflenr Islands a few the sufiere's chair. Crackers . . s iritaturp ne p gaB. .
I Beeswax Yellow p..t: 21 23 4 amish bright . 29
American, we I learn that the Senate I confidence and suppo tan be settled':days ago. has been. got,- off 11 You have the toothachenow Briclu. Lake p. 1000 3 ro 600 Oils. Linseed per'ln..89 a. r

r adjourned on the 9ib, iiut, at half,only through a thor ugh knowledgeof and then, I perceive," I English, Fire . I 00' Fr basket J bole 5pb $.

past six o'clock without. taViiig final ,, the nay) urc and ten lency of its prix I I II AN UNEXPECTED (hNCO TUA :.-, mused the doctor, edging over;i!Bottles English. per Portcr gross . 700 8 Sperm Olive casks Winter per..l. '. .. 1.1. '1.

action on the treaty. It was expected; ) I'fciplfs' HentC Odd Fellows dial' gentleman who\ resides in the vicinity to the martyr wjth the forceps, French,Wine p.l00 700 Fall .)'11' 111 1 1 a a

that.the final tot would not be taken: lenge iiivrstigation: .on' thf"14 point in of Camden Town, a widower witha ] concealed in his: band. I I Bran . .. p. lOO..t: SO 05 111 Summer ," 110Coa 1_
prtty large family advertised for a Rio. . . 635 7 Wbale refine : 56 .
.. before S&t'adaybe; \ ;l Ilthitnl.DCEL reference to the print: pies of their Or. wife in the Lo..don unda11'im'I1 "Sometimes-not often,"I t I'

AT TAW rico.' --A letter rc"I der. Second; These claims being of course under a fictitious signature.A was the answer of the inno] s I
i ceived: in New Orleans: dated Tam established or rr jecte they can neither communication in reply! was teceiv- cent. i Laguayra . . 714 71.2 Oil eKe ton 9:50:
ed the : of which was also I a a per ..
pico March 4tb, says : .. Lieuts. be shak'Hji strength :ned by 'ihe unv fie,,titious sgnture: and afterr brief : Oh, yes ; I see-that is I St.Dominjto. . 11 61-2' 63-111 .iom perbbl ,
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Campbell atd Ldyardai I hu. been worthiness or the worthiness of the by letter, arrangements were I i the tooth; I think," added the -,N.2 . 10 9 I M/ Beef met northen western .100

informed, fought a duel yesterday, at ,I.conduct: of its mcmht. 'I made as to time and place for a personal cunning dentist, looking into,I Copptr. Braziers' p.-t: Z1 28 ". I2bb, $80 3 r

the Aaltimera, 'with muskcta-distanc '' be interview. At the appointed hour the mouth of: his visitor. SheathiDg. . . 25120 India mess Ie
r The question m: ow put, open .
I i ;' the gentlem n'wai it. waiting in a private that is the I Candles per }; Prime mesa Er .. L'0&
f .Od :yards. Campbell hit his 11 What is the natur4 tat tiiM1tnc'\" of room in one of the Welt End ho- "Yes, sir ; one I I Spenn..ew.sedford 30 32 Prime p 7 7

antagonist: IB'':\b, 'thigh-wound not i ddd, Fellowship We, answer, go tots'! j, and soon after his fair correspondent that used to ache when I was ,I Nantucket 30 B. eef. B a s. .1 00 3
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daagt'rous." Widow,,' who after dedepirrd made her thickly a ','child. I, I Cargo e r a
being appearance
task t > r Adamantine, . 25 26 Dried ; .
.... I I I .pert 51 g
----- --; -- --- muffled im
veiled and closely against 11 Exactly-that one-allow: Steanne . .
FROM YUCATAX.Vc .. of her stay and support in I Tongues. per d02 158. 8
ft. ; pertinent observation. She entered of moment there !I" Cordao e. per J Pork Wear bbl
life reds want un
and'per ul" to me again-one i per 0
\ find in the:New Orleans Crescent -;:; course with downcast eyes which she I Manilla . . . 16, 17 Mess v a .... 800
work of instant ,
'ome late and ipt ;rrcting'! Yucatan expeciedlyr in the ume of her ,did not venture to raise unlit the vrice It was the an -, Tarred, American 11 111-2 M 0 a ,t. . 800 9t

translated I from Havana meets with ,,r< )liff and hears of her swain respectful greeting fell on -crack--crash-the tooth I Russia . . . Prime . .,. . 6Srl. M

news .. ," pa I words of consolation poured into her, h-r ear. She started, looked up and was out-and the agonized victim -' Corn AUeal . per bbl 2 225' PO. . . .
The Indiaas were committing Cool, Cannel per ton flog round'Rer.! 3
lets. the next moment uttered a loue shriek 11
i ear sparking comfort to 'her aching I sprang madly out of the! Western . perbM 00 Bacon Hams per.t 6 8
h nearly.all the tern l in which the fancied
tone gentleman
great .outrages Ibeartacting as a ,b,Inv of solace tn a :chair at the throat of the d CtderNorthernp.bbl30U 8(10 docanvase . 7 1.
lory The rancho, of,, Saasajuil had 'and her I was not unfamilliar to him. He look en I Corks, velvet p.l000 150 275' Sides' . .j. a 4 5
her wounded making
spirit, the liberty of lifting her veil and beheld tist : Df1d Russia bol I
Ii;,. been outragod and burned. Thirty i I P. It 00 o0 Shoulders . 31-4 JI. '
widowed heart to, ding fur j joy."_.' his el daughter whom ", Villian'-murderer f what 1 English . . 1200 600 Lard . . . . "1.1 Ok
one persons wer.:killrd Some w rhrotn -I" ask the OrPhrt I who bu. been he had supposed safe at her boarding do ?" sputtered: the! Ravens . . . 700 900 Butter, GOahe ,. 21 S'Am
\ alive into the flames, and j mercies school I at Hammersmith It Is needless you I i N.2 a 10 p.yd 25 a4 Western a . II 14 II
deft while in iuT.lncj' to the unfortunate with his mouth Dye., pct ton Cheese American 1
i j
that h tcok
neither s'x was spared. [ to > preunions toke'p 114
: age nor ; : world tobutl'et say Logwood, campeac22 00 00 Pine . .
tor ibis cold and u eeng the Times cut of hisdaughter's full of blood. Apple
3ecanchant the Indian* were as- Sunday -8t. Domino13
At 00 1400
t Potatoes. bbl
and .pe r 13)
the stormsoLli e parentless: I' hands for the future as- It's all over now, parlej' Fustic I
1000 1500
mbled, and the people of that town ? I ,Tampico. Onions . ,t . 200 225
; lalonl'i "ho hoas bee taken by the however eligible a medium it might ed the dentist Indigo'' v . per J; 85 1 5 Porter London p dot 250 27b

I were daily apprehending barbaritieslike hand b those wbo'Ir, bound to watch j prove to him for obtaining a wife he the :Madder. . . 12 1" Northern .perbbl 800 9
t said victim
) Yes
those above- escnbed, who has been ,bad no desne that his daughter should o a . per bbllO 00 1200 NorternAle .1. . gmi 8
i lover and protect him, j "and thank stars Flour per bbl Ra Carolina pet.!
14th Charisenota.: empNy it to obtain a hasbnud. you may your 31:4: 4
On the February,
educated and rears nod who ba g : that it's not all over with Ohio &c. superfine 51'1' :52i' Spices. Cassia.per.! 20 2!
after being braely$ defended, was' taken the fostering! --- -- you. lIIin l$& .Missonrd. :121.2 5371.2 Cloves I e '- '. :30 =>
grown to manhood IAn er And now sir handing him St. Louis, I.ity. . 5.1: 57a, .
and borne J"to ashes. 'I, A Double ...ration.--A few ( (Zinger, race. . 11- d
bro hethood who.emotto , . .
care of this great 1 the bill for the shawl with Sour. 38'71. 400 ..Ground. . 10 120M
Th- Indians had convened in s'rch i is= I'riendship, Itorc and Truth-I days since, a lady elegantly ) your I Feathers . . per" 25 2S Nutmegs . f r .. 150
'force', wrd whh $uch rmptidence, as to counsel I dressed entered one of :the permission we'll come to 31 I Flawed . pet uerce 770 7 7J Pepper . t -f- 61-1: OW
f land to whose encouraging: settlement.** Fish Cod r rer box 85 9:')' Pimento .. .' ., . 1Q
bS'ige't YalladohJ and influence he ows his station i is life.I magnificicnt dry goods establishments I Mackerel N p.bbl 800 850 8ug4r. La per

'(one of the larges cities of Yucatan;): Ask him as he from the verge in Chesnut street, Not a cent, sir, expostulated NO 2 . 62.5 700 In the City; '. T I 21-l :5
asked I steps the doctor ; I've arran- NO 3 . 52;} 5 ro On Plantation . 3l-
Untie a sits i '' and desired 41-1
tut after *one they into manhood and Philadelphia, to .
of box
boyhood it Herring per 50 65 Havana White . 7
with sister.'Vhat'sirs"
pension of lrosttli(ir'E, with a view 'O f pares to act fur himself on the pre-I' be Suited with a cashmere ged your Fruit Almonds t ". Yellow . 51, 6M I".
with tfapconimand'antofihe I SoftseeU . /; 12 13 Brown . .
ito ne otiarion5 article worth per 41
entering t: of life what JddFellow ship is, shawl; an looking \ 5
who named stage A denouncement followed,I UarsdheU . . Loaf Boston do Phil .12
place: and I, a full eal11 brhnrmog 'eye. 1 at; none of your fiddle-deedee RaisinsMR p. box 210 215 Louisiana . 81 11
as commissioner ;Don Miguel folio I I1'he I II I tramps)knickknacks, but the lady had got an hour'sstart M k L. . Clarified . e . 7 11
1 : will answer.Ask C . . . ',
I and her shawl and the SaltPrunes'
indian ) ; agreeable :
revolting ; but an article to concert
I up . . .
Brother who be surrounded s LivpJ. finesaekeJir 125 '''
Uimed the arms b f which they iudl I a may pitch, and soaring at least companions partednot Figs Drum per.C 13 from stori*. 140 I ;: '
jl from I wil h difficuhies Mid afflictona, half so agreeable as they Lemons perbu1 200 300 Course. 1.
been d :,riTcd. an< immunity rS1 1 400 doll. This was at last cargo 90 91'Oran
racked will pain and disease had met double es .. . . 250 300 from .
demanded the' or, perhaps when the Truly a op- stoIF. 1 1 S'
tyre: tribuan prin. accomplished, lady GrJinVeeat busb, f71. 110 '
I p. Saltpetre refined !
r ishment of two mn'iiamed Tinjegue I while words of comfort and 'giving her name, saying that eratiri; and rather a severe one Oats. . . . . Z7 3-t crude. .. Per r . ,8 D.
consolation arc breathed into his ear for both. I Corn, an air per bbl 7j 80 Soa petJ:
and Vasque?, who, they said, had she was then staying for a brief II -'shelled bnsh L
r.1Va'c p. Z138 Nurthern Ext
friends orJait I I 6
deceived and wronged''cd them. It was timo with her relative, the char- Beans.. . perbbl 200 315 01 . fio, 4t. 7
these I ; p 51-t
: thought that the commandant of Valladolid ers and attendants-ask nay ming wife of a-celebrated den- NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Gunpowder, .No 2. .- .. .' 31.2 31(
aslc all who connected with pet keg 3,0 S hits
would accede to these teims more are tist, ordered it to be broughtby Mrssrs. Gonzalez te Co. have opened a Ciffon. .. . 600 p Brandy per gallon .

A party under tne command of lX:n i tht Order, had they tyill tell you one 1 one of the clerks to the M. new Billiard Saluon on Palafox street ; o !.50( n Bo' Ceampags p.auxl. 1'80 175' 3 3n

tad a fight with the and allt that it is a worthy and benevolent D's forthwith. In the between Government and Intendcntia American x 10. 17i: 200 merican . 3J 38
Laureano Pun, mean-
1 12. .
s 200
institution, that! the principles! in a style of elegance unequalled by 250 Uin1HoUand'r . 110 IIlan
Indians at Chatttax nc l, ttillingS time, the lady started off to 1 18. 275 325 American' . '40
fotnd the upon'whitb it is founded are as pure any establishment of the kind in the Western p too 48
rancfeo Rum Jamaica. _
they the and introduced 1121.
At another ; having 2
The of the t 'Vater.rof . .
tilled b as they are firm and everlasting, and city. popularity proprietors New Eogl land ,,32
corpse of 29 Yutatanes > herself, informed the enlightened will insure them an extensive Dew-rotted. . . 11000 12000 Ncw'0r a e ns'"
I /that its !sacred and benign influences Hacked. . '
whites i. .
Twen'y werealso that she hada Whiskey.1ttcti, 18
insurgents called ;;like its principles, are i destined to live ronage. pa.1 Hay, . .. . per ton 1900 00 Common L '. ; 19 _{-.I ,
Bs.atsinated:, .t place (dear) brother who was a martyr ----- -- ------- Iirder -
Kamecabcben. ; !until ** time shall be no I longer.*' to the toothache-that, be REGULAR PACKETS \ I per.Mexican flint 71- 8 Tomeo Alcohol per. I._ .. 50 00V

A messenger ball hem sent to Bel"ne I The true (MJ...FeUovl'a' has, one bright hold the- M forceps" in unutterable The Sloops SALtY and Dry salted le ican' Choice & SePT U 61-\ 11
.. 'Vetsaultcd . .
3 d Fine . . . .
ESTEPHANE, will!| 51-
the British sejtlvmert! at Honduraj. -i guiding star constantly before his dread-that invnria* Ii / between Pen ply la-irrputarpackeis Dry countt y. . 5 6 Fair. . . ,; .-; .&1... 6

to ask a sloppage4of !Ihe selling,,mind's eye and though misfortunes bly swooned at the bare intimation 'cola and the Navy Yard and Iron, pig . per too 00 00 Common. . ie' 31-4 t
wit aim leave for Milton and Country bar perL 41,2. IDfenor, . .
fall thick around his 2
path-thoagh of Ether-and that she S
f powder and other means of war to may
t ,. other placet fcn Black Water, whenever English..perton atop Tallo1D. . . .P er.! 7.1-1 1J.I
'he Indians-which:'the authorities .at the world may frown: upon him, and had prevailed on the youth by freight or r-ansrngera may offer. Swedes assorts 10000 TN"lmperial rL '40 -
friends forsake him i in the hour of ad These boats will all* be held in Hoop . . per! 6 61.2 Gunpower t.. 1
Hehze consented to {do. I Ld means a stratagem to come I 1
at one daj's notice, to bo at the Sheet . . . 5 51-2 H son . . . 20
I Irersity, there is ftJlI his one star to to his abode--*at the same time!' ucknick, ,fishing or other pleasure readinUI'1 Nail.Rods . . 5 61.2 Young y H sons.10 15 125

? f n @ f.FrOfft f.- t[Which he can turn wit an eye of Ili/pe requesting him to divert theyouth's apply Terms tot liberal. For farther Lumber asungs> American 3 4 Hyson skin, ; y ; 40 :,Q ""I
i o .l s I yard prices Pouchon . . -
land view it with pleasure.I. It is the attention at first alluding '. DELANDE & C. PINDAR. I Pinew p' Mfl 25 00 00 Niiscs g 1'Bds

{ the CareL) ,star of Odd-Fellowship, and may it, to business and other top- Penaacols,'March 7, 1343-10-lf ---yenuw '. 1000 1600 .Madeira per gallon 100 5Cypress. '
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continue to me, and its radiance increase ics of the day. : 1700 0o Imitation. e.fr5, :19.,
w JY' THOUGHTS. LEGAL NOTICES. Staves peper 1 30 00 00 Teneritfo . .
I J whole : I. 75 1 JIV
ON ODDFRt.LO"lr. ,.. until the earth shall b* All this was punctually pro<* \ 0 bhd c 25 00 10 00 Sicily Madeira . 75 8t-,

by Clark \V B"fr warmed by its genial I rays and man mised on the part of the den, Administrator's Notice, French woheadin but '2500. 00 i8 00 Malaga. Sweet . 50 51"-

....-. kind become united in, the bonds of| tist, and in, due time a "ring"was i j Lead, BIg. per 100 360 2800 375 Port.Dry.. . .. .. I' v. 50 45
Whatever b said Odd-- Love Truth heard is hereby given lo ill persona in Bar . ... . ; \ 'I 201)
may against Friendship. amA announcing the ar- NOTICE ; per.t 41-4 41.2 Clare Bord P:cask &700 _
that m monThs from alter '
1}:'Ftllowsbip by its opponents' although contemplative, 'minds finds muchconnected rival of the martyr The the date hereof I ahil: is the Administrator Lime Sheet, Western, . , bbl. a 6 61-2 percase.: 1250 Sfl9
I it may for a time create an!injurioui opinion with Odd. Fellowship to arrest lady, taking the hint, immediately of MIGUEL tny accounts aUIGLES.and vouchers deceased for Soul, prevent set I Thonaston. . v 1 25 1371-2 Marsettles Catalonia percasi pet'casl;' 1690 6.76s

of the Order: wil) ha r e .no BC- and clkim its a!''mention. It i is a started off, and meeting lemerit to the Honorable the Judge 8r.Pro I hlolaucs.Camden. . . . 110 120 'per pllOD 30 M..

rious or lasting effect upon sensible: source of great dell! I of.unalloyed the shawl anAita bearer irx.the to bate be for discharged the County; of.Elcambia..and atL j!,' In the City per .gatIon. . 15 21 Wool Chunp, Me.s ague er p'do2 108 600' 01 .

and independent .. For nOthingI pleasure to the g1t and honest ball laid !hold of the former, JOS. UUIGLES. I On Plantation . 161 171-2 Ame.rlcan 10 3A. :

I be 111 edged against it. which.r i win) hearted Odd.;Fella to muse upon at the same time telling the Pensacola Jan 29th. 1348.Adnunistiator-6-tf I' N ir..4d a 20d per E. 43-4 5 11f

ecrutiny, : this blessed Institution, its benefits. and clerk to take the bill into her f
\ of h* principle and disappear before -i linnUfnu. and feel l: llikt relative, who would settle it. NOTICE i. hereby given to all penoa in-i .

r ,. in benign ,influence, .s they I"There i an'hour*ben I 'friend meet friend., The lady walked out and the the date hereof, that I shall sjz+ month. the from Administrator and after and JOS.Shipa Family,.: Q.UlGLES Grocery,Store. La DUNN, ::'1

1 ntght-vapor b e forrlhe, tun. {' :ADd heart respond to:heart. : clerk walked in, when the dentist of MARIA human When hied to band wjrmlypreued' my accounts and! vouchers for final settlementto Hoaie ,lifox at, opposite the altars k
Y Odd-Fehowabi ,:as a insti'1.. ij them t : said- the Honorable the Judge of Probate for Pe osacola. ..--- ......
tuiicn is ofcoursr; liable! ito t imperfeciiooa And eyei'ferform }part. 41 Glad to see you, my dear! the County of Esctmbia, and ask to be dis C. P. KNAPP, JOS. RUBY
r There it .
boor when and Truth
Love charged.
which appertain to all .hu With; Friendship tie!" united! sir-pray, sit down-bow is JOS. QUIGLES. 1 I f Dry Goods and Grocery Store, Corner. of BtreeloM PamiJC. Drwery and G, rerntsaUJHB. :..Ii

man things. That btd men hue And constant to theirbetiahed' vows, I business-did you her Conrad's Administrator' '* Palaftu 6ppoaite the square
Pensacola Jan. 29th. 1848. 6-tf
made their tray into the Order, and The Ino'i faith U plighted.I great speech-sit down, sit J. KRETZ, Boot.&BALLAD, i!j

hate roiled themselves, fn some in- tit Tbf re i is an, bour when Widows tout* down, 1 pray, you sit down !P', All persona indebted to the estate TaIlor, Shoe Maker
NOTICE PaUfo oa Govcrmeal cL
the .
Unccs, 6t ibis adrawtage, to wrcmg With jjy are ittmttif fer, The clerk was delighted to A PALMES, deceased are opposite aquaie.M.
required to make and a3
their brethrcD it wwTd,be id'" t) d* When gratitude Lffati up their trow. find thataristocrary, like friendship claims against payment said estate,are required pereoashsvtog P. INGRAHAM, ,; XENON. 8UCHB1VFunUj -

"But all this argueij nothing .fgmioa And life teem bright; once more' was but "name" and M pieienitbe same within the time prescribed Commiulod Merchant Grocerj 'store ,,+
f. tiy There it an hour when OrpbaVa'Bad a by law, otherwise this notice will\ be plead! Palafo No.ppeelte tIM Spun, '. Comer of Iotendanth. std Pakfel *.
1 Odd-Fellowship I ; Their heart will t>'U due t so be no hurry, to ,be in bar.f their rt Melf. I :"! .

--y. r Ix>ok wlwre.. 700 will-tuin where when LoOM i off. ,Here the shrewed dentist l FELIX- BONIFAY., i E. c.C.PARKHTJST o. ]E r1Y ->I'.
ajF .... i Ti. a n frtely given, Executor Bry Goodf ttore.Wtrt . ': '.j.t ;. ; '

bF t you may-pcmt Ito it ".nj i Christian Tv cheer then; lonely' klate... appropriately tarried. the ,con eaamcola, Marcb84@.I08w. kt of the Navy' 'y.'nt,'Wam4t.ii. ,.; '.'..- ZHIfMa.] a.d'1 tndplektr'k se lit

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meat compl let, l aJ e:fois modifie: de "iaira. see ieeeiemeu! vpris 'deTixmeaaY.cMegaea - .end ilrecovir des, pro4uits"de C'e'stefTraln__L quo le felicitionsdu : .,- _ .P:_ 1I 1-
m mm; I f 1 j jn noun chateau maid dana la matinee diqnatrienwjemetroinreraiaaifwurs

maniere a sat sraire: lea exigences da avaieetete otre port pendant'quelque tempt sueces de ses arraes, le due ne se I | ,du .
DA.R co.tursts pays ce: serait June in sign e folie de le vainqueurs, |eurs ennernis s'ctaient La lettre dans montrait de .
tout touch de Petit
p1 ttw l wr F. rl enfuls laquelle noun avons pas nos TnHOB., Si voas me....Jhon*

tra wTiiX E2tt EX FACE!:|rejeter, parcequil a 6t6 r6dig pir\ uu de .bat&.ill lalssant 14 morts sur le champ pulse ce qui precede a Ete apportee complimens, et, comme si chacune de fneur!> de renw vouy" promgger, je .
srrc c A't.1 i UfDE n.lCc. I I agent son autorise. I I A par la barque Douglas qui a qaittA j,nos paroles renfermait une ironic a-!Uacherai de'treplo I c/air et plus eif .. ;
lea Indiens
Je crub done lea amiset avaient mere, 11 f f .. I t .
-: ne pas que Montevideo 19 janvler.ioUTLLEs repondait d'on ton bourn, plicite . : \ -;
PENSACOLA : 'encore battu Jen retraite, male lee Yu-
sectateurs tie Mr Webster fasse&t lorsqu'il poodart toutefois. -Ah!c.a, qurllc moat ho
.MBJDL: 11MJMS, tats: tea[ +.h q uea eb-rebt i deplore la Pew l. I pique 1
.. scrieusei jene ....i '
-- opposition pense pa*t fde : D'EUROI. I Avouez qail avail bien un peu done aujour-dliai, chevalier t\C'tet/je;
--- 98 de leur araientet6
.i.- ,non plus qu'aueun sena'.eur democrate ? qui btra fa Conrricr.Aagktrrrr. J raison de vous trailer ainsi, observa la emirs, an duet! qa! TOUS rile proyare"a. \;'
BouveDea de Washington n. i assassinei leI tndiens et I *S :
tes !vote centre te trait qui sera ameudi par fetes marqaise. 14. *

tlfflRDi aa trait soot de la plus]diciajeudL I das les fiaaames; leurs cadarres e- Lord Falmerstoa signifig Oui Non Cest tine ,
1 a -| notre eonduite 'pouvait lui pas explication, '
?.'_ importance: L'opinioa avait;! La question,TOUS pourer en dtre taieftt eo glade partie consumes. 4 la eoord'Autricbe qu'ane in*,paraitre assez suspecte,fen conviens. seu4emeet que je demande. t
entieirnxsot changi qoant i I action certain, ne sera pas dicidee arant ce' Les Ynca.eques demandenl vengea&ce > '.terreation armed de cette derniere M'est avis, cependant quit ne nourris- -Vire Diieul cnmrae vous prene* 4cceur

defiainv id Sent i ce njet. 0 n cro-r jour la; ei eel rrtard n'a probable-I et vealeat exterrainer leurs pU *laD e dans les affaires des Etats I,I sait aacune crainte serieuse, M que ti. !a defense da, mar cbL EtTea:

van feueralment que le traits seraifj'ratifie 4 ment d'a utre but qu? de doooer le aaguinaires eaeemit.A pontificaux, serait considered par 1'An dee d'un danger reel he causait pa ..ura-t- one calotte moinsfnniagtiqc'e

arec qoeiqae modifications.,j temps aux nouvelles da Meiiqae KaBaebabcben rinft blancs ontete gteterre comme an carts WK C'est i&ez lui cette irotesse_ ,qui nous pa% bisque' void m'aarez traverse de part
trouroos dans le New.York Heeerrespondances d'arrirer a Washington avant le massacres. en part! '
SodS que dn mows ce que declarent lee jour. rabsait si comique.

rilk; suivantes del f fk trait soit ratifi 1 Un agent js' twit dings sur Belize nanx de Lo dres. I I I Pres de deux ans d'absence ne rous Le chevalier frappa du pied* te par

ptdtopolt : ; ..I- tais dans ferreur quand vous pour empecber cette coloniede four- lrlsall.Lea oouvelles de I'lr-I:ont pas fait oubiicr ce q u'a to.jours quet. T fAssez .

Wu li.gtOll, / Mart 1313. ai cent qne Mr Butler de la Caro'ine'! I:nir de 'a' pead're' aux Indiens. L. C. lande iont toujours"! aussi sombres.:I 6i6 R cl1elieu depu son enfence, c'esj tnonskr, usezde railleries. .

te S nat est entrf en'seance!secrete j du Sod s'eUit declard i'adrersaire du Me ferez-vons I'bonneurde venir -
I tel mortalite causes par la faminnecontiruaieat i-dire an nodel de recherche de raffinement I

pKfon pea arant midi. Plosieuis ten:trait.-J'al appris depois, de source!I LE PADRE JARAOTA. toujours 4 frapper cesmalheureuxt et d'. pnce.I me rejoindre .
oat et$ fauns pour decider de !, Nona aroB devaat tees on nuroero Vos instanceS dames"
I certaine rolerait -
U1J1t't! qu'U en au contraire triompnent e
ont Les_ trois partis poli-! ; Eh_bien!4tait4{ yqssible qu'un horn
da sort do traite. mais tomes l du journal M oHeinvt, de Tampico, ||I derniera vabnr.
ante 'la ratification ainsi que MM.: CalhoumYulee .( tiques parateftient fort excites. Une me aussi .soigneux de sa toilette ne scrupu'es, ch fir

[ecaouees, .pl,niere wembres aywt' et Hunter\tin utre cdtd'Mr da 4 courant tld&M; ,lequel noun lisons\fraction du partit dit la Jeune trlande -!con ut pas an depit mortel! 4 1'ideeqw que je ne'me rende pas compte dune" '
de parer: dans la question.J JIi suit cod! aussi vieletiteue doatez
ce :
intenders Benton decid$ qui e
t parmHyetre ment pas
roulait faire
op. un appel aux ; il 1 al'ait paraltre derant le roi dans
est impossible de dire quand ellen POST ScarfTBx. Moue a qu'au jour dit me lieu _
pose.-La majeure partie des S6oax afprenons vow voyiez an
lundllett armes contre l'A" gteterre, mats cette :an accoutrement pareil au sienJ ., bEt
decide, e* sera peut etre $ I'instaM de foi desfgne. ,, !
chris digest ,4
>* tenrs flotte inegrtane.Diais par ufte source |
tentative avail lie repoussee f-TOUS lui en voulez donc toujours. ,, '
it est probable que le parti de la Padre; lea< forces aitachant ses deux you: gru ant ; ,
trois rata avec :
\ on quatre-jours coos saorons a que l'autre fraction.La j"m.ud$ Mme de Monluc. '
.'Administration proposera alor com- quoi noDS en tenir. 1 l' qu'il avail *Uc lui "ZauM: '. paD, a I ;.. Moi lui vuuloir mai ceux de son nvaV avec une expression
en je
fettll du avait ace j
du soirJte Pape \ recoe en
rot i i1) la deja fait, one seance K Enfin une troisieme corn spondance eta sui>piis parr"j g iiacheme d'Ama- m"hO-1 mdlcible de moqaerie. .
: Pie IX demande evequeirs"l Andre, au conUaire, d'etre un sea
Irlandn. aax i
soccer: dn traitS ne lame main-; do rji dc Je maKheur -j All je comprtnds, reprrt-U,
que ooustrouvgbs dans le mime joar- ricains li et *e, o
raeilleurs amis ainsi faisait
est Vrai quite ,soient, en; que je me Richeri
dovtesLe Prfsldehjji se. u va 6tre .
aau' que des nat) ainsi de I. k fies plus puissant que
e ( s'exprime ; pert? < p..uef uae rhonneurde le declarer tout 4 t Hieure
violation de fears devoirs mi-:
Comma calcol
i tit ton* a *efforts pour obtenir ce rfuhat .. Des lettres de Mexico; rejues dens grande partie Ida .. .. a 44, incendiee. uistes de Dieu, melts affaires poli-tan' chevalier de Khlruet.En jamais, it vein protegeLe est ...
et jusqa'a present it a reussi au- t cette vifle, assureut: les autoriteset excelle o it.o us ferns .tie cbemin.. ,
que tiques. Cette bur) qni etait adressee effet, rest biers 14 ce que TOUS chesalier;' test moL qui TOUS .;te-. .
senateurs qui eesse* .
lit de ptusieurs les commissaires Mexicains qui ont < On dit tie Ic ,? Fire Jarauta fut
tieo. d n .'ati 4 & uric partie, amen 4 tout leclerge caJ m'avez dtt, repoodit Is cadet d'dnton *
[IMS de taro de oppo atgne le traite, sont Ides hommes de la nommi( pourexptiitar, .contrebande, |! -Mosi nr l le comte s'ecria te cadet
le bulde, J tholique dtt llflande. demands one i et avec un air qu eipriraaientay- t
M, Webster dens
voir \
_ml plus haute integrity, et qui ont -dans le let queen tart'!our htre ufito des per- rouge d'ingnation i

;nt rejeter Je tf it et essayer, lundi,'pays une grande influence. Au miliA 1 sonnet intefe !4ea 4aM lea ntarchar' *I jeipi'cau'on clair,sur lea accusations,sez cc qu'il pensait' de cette aJlega- Falsembleulf chevalier calmez- f
Wilmot" contre quelques roembrcs du'clerg : tion. TOns Le comte de-Jftlarcieu n'a #
portees \
; pas
'yfrefferie-PjwrTso de IM dines et etotsdosit ta eurM etakrnenacic
de.toutes tea conjectures, toutes ;: refuse de deuce d'bonneur
da rnemel e catholique devoir excitS des Le comte reprit payer ses R
awreeorrespondaace l 1
Cne suppositions l.1 a :je crois de bonnn qoe tei Imericains ve trans- : memeenycotprenantrarrlereVoas: 1
IUt beore P M, dit r rSeoat I IUf raisons d'es peter que le traits (modi'fie .. pone rent fPUE ZacuaUofan. I excis. par des discount prononcesantpieda 1 !:.- FTgurez-rous madame, l le mare- |avez sa parole; ainsi ronges, votre'jfrein ,

siege ii huts-closet dellWret 1 de auto a chat en'grandcs bottes 4 eperons, cnlom jusqu'i mercredL Malotenant;
) sera adopt le Senat, et ;
par que .
t Ie traite. ,r. 1 membres TU-CAEELLO. ; ll lie-Le people des Deux Siciles en peau de daim.cuirassc: cha- je demande la permusion Taller ren_ t

Sous savons$ de bonnei source Jquil!I cinq contre.*. seulement' voterunt I t Nous avon !, 'recu des noure'Ies deIr.ortoCabeit avait enfin triomph da roi. Une peau gm, sans poudre ni'manchettes.Je die sa mea culotfa devoirs aehevat-ilenticanant Ii mon:; yieii i aim,toajours. ella :-

:ra rtufii avec qnelques modi6cac .1 Xn pent ga'Cment pridirt que 4u 10 ferricr Lee forme de constitution etabbssanl un rccommande surtout votre. attention .

as lies bases principales serout arnendemens seront' obstacle de ce pays com- systerae liberal de representation lejgislative cette culotte fantastique, et je Pendant cet iporte, qui n'avait pas ; +
ces ne pas an avait ate edopt e. La reli'gioa echappe i tout le monde, Richelieu
crains d'etre dementi
en vous
jB fosurmontabie ice apparcn+ e pas
la conclusion ; l
por-n a I' parcourait lea groupes et recevait par' -
f d'one paix hono-ab! e et durable. plus e r euae. Moeagas soil par la Catholique et Romaine detailetre aisurant qu'elle est unique dans tout Ins felicitations quo meritah, sV A

ireeotnpnt 'article 10, au sujet, .4 L'administration et le ''S nat, qui'force soit pari! iaiistlod'a sale faire I la snubs tolereV. ,son genre. Son drat de conservation conduite 4 Genes. .1 I t I ,

;aqaei l on peoic quit facile d'en-j j fa'ont aucuqe ambition & satisfaire, et I.ceure' 4Ut44 t del'*rm$c* quite com-,:i 5aM .- Let nouvelles' de la Suisserroffrent ''sa coupe, sea broderies en font an En apercevant lea dames de .Mon I

Tr en eompromts: aYe le gouveroecnextcaio. -,!qui desireutcertaintment la' paix, ne I Iposed'enfiroE 1 te. ,hummes. auctm int rlt La diete pa-;'object rare et digne d'etre expose dans luc et ,balsa jl t'avabci tendrernent vivement Athenals Ten elles.:air I. \

.e: :i iLa demanderont ce ,qui est c-ridem-Ide Le genera! !'aez1, 'da son cote, refuse raiswit decidee 4 makitenir Ies droits un musee. 'Vous' la rerrez, du reste. front -

d cosuon sera bien avanceei. meat juste. Et le Mexique, qui be reconnaltri la validite; des ordresde i du pays comme Etat librc et indepen- | Le chevalier ne souffla pas un mot, Cette masque d'affection ne surprit t '

j.' ordliiu et se termtnera au plus lard dictatcur. : dank main lee saroasmes dont Richelieu personne, d abord parce qu'on se rappe'a i\
P cut que perdre i la contnuation des ce noureau ------S-,-,... -...-.........--- I le portriat qui ornait If boudoir' I
anb prod aia bostilites., se jbltera sans doute de don.. Notre corre pondanc nous informe 'I etatit 'object{ !1'atteignaient profondemeuU mar cbal et ensuite parcequ'en ky>ct

tes partisans du trail oat gagne i tier son adhesion aux modicfiations que la guerre a deja c'ate, et quo le' LA CULOTTE DE RICHELIEU II n'etait pas jusqu'a lespece fort bien que m'alp804 libertioageeffrene ;r

\a termm oVpim dealt |Ours. Les' gees necessaires general Sotil o a ate b'esse dans un t'}de faveur qui accueillait lee, remarquesdu Richelieu ne portait pa 1

hip qot araient resolu de s'opposer j t"oici ce que nous trourons a ce sujet engagement qui a ea lien dans leI Suite [ Voyex le Ao. 11.] J comte,que ne redoublit encore son 'son I'amourde ami fe famine aussi oin que. feu j !

b, TauficaUoa da traite, ont.dvuig Comme je vous ai i promU, madame J'eS5emimeot.t .
H7wio .du 4 Vire, :
din. Piciah
1 sfrcrtefriCettentrJ
t'j vatieea Qtioi qe-H en soit, general f !
; mardL On pretend I' void C4 .que ipus d4airie> pprendrereprit ,i La de de ,
t* > depots JUtxpial .' .... .-tee:trouTfi la tote' dune | presence la marquise et sa" loppant la jeone Me dun regard tout ,
JtX"irtflef! Ini-meme vutera pooh 4bd'hsai puua : Ic comte. I I fife rtussirent pourtant 4 le rendre paternel combiea dour: se profitenf .4 ....
i pan csieurs de ses constituansat '" qu<4 le trai tP' raw.. -force eonud! rabl 4e cavalerie ne tar-t Ce matiji, fro petit lever, 8.. M. se,, maitre de lui. II se prom i. toutefossque '* eel agel an pert pMotte; an peu 1 : 1-' "
Qielques' personnel pensent que la ra-,dent seta doiite yasa en venir aux trouvait ctuni._i ettr charmante. En' maijjre; oak il D'ea eat pas moitis vnt
ict et font aye voter M. de Marciea ne perdrait rien
engage pas ration de article iO, relatif aux concessions que je retroure sine femme 14 ou -
mains nee son rtdoutable adrersaire. jai
rarriree du due
':itrf les vtrox" unanimes do Massaas I nous annono m ere: ,pour attendre.j I.[I lames une eftfiaat .
4 mexicaines i dimiaue sachance | Lea affaire* commercutes' languis- a ajoute : M fcsieurs, il s'agit de jouer Cat loge fit batsser lei '
ets, en s'opposant 1'adoptionite1 de sncces. Nous j Toujours mecbnU comte,observa'la ,e, yeux d A-, ,
-, .I p- sons sent naturelleraent de cet Brat de un excellent 9ur 4 Ricfjaiieu., thenaTs. .

J Mr Bonton a fait one [que cette modification est-de nature a ;icboses. Le :Congrds. n'etanf pas en I Alon le roi none a developp4 .sonl' marquise, qui ne put sempecherde I Richelieu radreasa alors 4. la mar-: ;
qui y .
rurement. sourire. quisel
lie faire ratifier plus La
oppo-i I hombre pour former un quorum; a ''pi T ,
i;,1flYe, *""Iui, jusqu I Eh bien; diKil, -pensotte.
qoesaon sera probablement .decideela Ill oblige d I rospendre sea seances. i Toujours vial, madame, et en void nous1 ;
tilt laibraulable, votes a. .1 I 11 s'agiisait 'aler' attendre Richelieu maintenaoti lui donaer an marl ,
temaiae Pro chaiae. f JDcpuis lei erniersI mnir...a "pinsienis la preuve.Lorsqoe. Sans doute repondit Mme ,I
..Licition sa voix est indispensable sur !la route de Paris, de l'entourer d squ'il de .
Les whigs peuvent rejeter traits e.eaitea c'dtaie UJ pre.. paraitraii I noun avons presents notre .Monluc : Voild, entre autres adora-' i ;'
de- '
triite.I.e fait -" 1'enlerer uel-
da est
tortto que I j-r en '
deb ,avecf si bon leur semblei: ,. mais qoaad OBI& I-texte on fOml! an autre retires dens que some, et de ramener! lout crotte q l icaftifalrfoiS. M: a ri aux eclats.Cette teurs Ie comte de .Marcie que. ne de:: ,
pinion se manifests au ors manderait pas mieux que de s'aJlier t
flechit qu'jls! ont para desirer lit paix I tears famille. p 'eutattn fait menreil'e' .
teJe force/qu'il est difficile dy td- :tout poudreux". Vci_iUes. our sonesprit. notre famille.Le .
presque a, tout prix.- Que la patx Des J.eul'eli" gaiantie personnelle Du S. M. cerate de Marcieu ".
let I Noun parUnwaes ann itdt et ue tard- reste, a temoignean y pensez, Jt
!met on tertre aux d<* enofrfte out die delivrees different i rous madame! ....
le comite des relations penses II au charges I chal toute lasatisfaction
Lonque ames pas 4 joindre ce'ui' qua nousch mar qu'elle ,-Le omte'est bien ne '

:+Eg!res "rap_, le traite, quatre;($normes que nous aommea obliges d'affaires J.IJn'y strait dans le port ere ions.-Ofc! madame, voua auriez iproovaH au sujet de sa belle eonduite 'I.passe pour' Stres! coned stab sa'a fortune et' de- ,

bet membres sin cinq, lui elaienlposes ;d'encourir, ft fait dissiper tootecrainb-I jqifnne corvette danoke, mais des forces >I d de bon cceur, si vow aviez assbte 4 4 Geees; cite lui a trouvd un air guer. Ip us. n* ,
la tobjite da Mexlqae suit an- america rie ct fran J&1cs araientHo |I Et de plus it I a
anti fat fait cue
et motion meme I cette reconnaissance! ,rirr 4W Ie channail fort C'est la cti- quarante-cinq ans i

le renvover immediatemet an I''Ded aux tat.t-UnlJ. o. ne sanraitsxjpposerqoe wand, es*ar ins| charges d'affaires! Le due .s'est d'abord raontr forieux lone qui lui donnait Get air 14.i '1 marquise_Mais, ne est Toubliez pas. +

eat. I: whigs soienl disposes iagir II de ce deux nations; I iet a volu mettle Tepee A' *****h ,II j I I. M. de Biron pretend que cette calotte age rnareehal on.,..objeeta jenne la encore'marquise 4. eel en? t

I cpuis tors it,rest fait: pea a pea j a! en opposition. directs arec leurs Montevideo 7 s'etait imagine9qu'on venait'I'arreter le fait ressembler 4 Jean Bart.1 .- se pincantles l nes.Certai.nement __ i I

partisans, et 1 hmdJ..oa au pi as tardtardi prfncipes en rejetant le trait Les+ janv. 1848. pour le jeter da nouveau.4 la BaatiHe! ;1 tCtrn'e t pas de cot avis et en goutantjl'appre'ciaUon ,cartainement: auisi a
| Une correspondence de Montevideo n"ai-je roulu que signaler la difference'
Ijournaux wIigs) eux4mdmes, tout en f.
,d tera tout 4 fait en faveur. 4 j YOU.ompre &? de S: M. je dois avouer'que qui esfate entre lui '
res ue Jf v York, s'expnme ainsi: etcetie'ctiene en-
1.&pail est done eerta ne. Aloes :coadamnant certains articles, expri- i Nous cpnnaissons I Cette grande coWre s'est calmee cej -I' Rlcfce'ien' grace 4 cette partie'I'fanL Mais je! vous anis insinu d'au- !
dour de le voir ratifier. i ne! pas encore Ia '
ment j Ires idees
: parkiffii aieeeontneedecause. j'ardent pendant; lorqull now a eotendu.diret :de son costume m'asCapparu comme. : i

toe lethe da cinq dit; I Coar. Louis. decision du gouvernenreot franyaia re-t iqiw 8. M. deeiraSt re I Btrttenir a 11ns le'capitao de lacoiaWie.I t =Ah oui, des idees extraragantes;* ,:.
jlativement 4 affaires- i stint un cadet de Brctagne on chevalier: S
Sent est encore dans lea douleursr :i i EMEUpE', AlUNT-LOUIS.----- -- La B9tte'm 'oUcnt avec plus de se- in me.If J I -Aht! ah! ah!' c'est parfait de res-i I I.semblance t de Kheruel quo n'a ni feu ntlieu. ,; *" -. I .

r te&ntemeM' et personae ne sail ana i 1!j i Un journaJ de! l.guinille, en date du.verite que jamaU Is blocus de Buenos<< :I If Richelieu s'est'decide alors 4 ran-, :jngez-en plutdtcar voici! -Ce qui ne 1'ecpeche pas d'etre' '
ae qoel! train U donnera jour.r .- f gainer, mais ea none anpphah de luj.luJ-meme.( l' un gentiibomme accompli Tenezi; ;
recovoirditle \ .. Cette verente est esi
iftquenouslvengnde ;j. I
pouss porte von regards de cote
Webster qu.1 + de )la de, ce ; vovez
& parait encore' croire Courier 4? la Louisiane, nous ap. loin, qu'un narire marcband navigaut I Ij ".ermettre secouer poussiere La porte du cabineCroyal venait de;mon jeoee pfV1 .g ,'et; dRcs-mot si, a I
ae.&ttsfle'd marclie, et rien i sea bones et de re1partr le dlsordre de fc'duvriren v ntans
que eliot lirrant vow
n'auriezpas rends
prend qu'une meute dont lea auuursimmanent sons lea colt eurs de BuenossAyres,! passage a ( plus
bon ncB ( !j I see cheve x. Nous de justc) atr mertid- J
pent tttrgir mais les sec.: noun y sommes due de Richelieu pareil! ado- l
d*;: desk maLtoni Ie tolerance ;qui ftortaJt del ce port avec un rJ
rent: de M,"Waiter** soocient fort cha.rge-I opposes, en lui declarant quo c'dtait Un conies tafua rate .
a fclatie i St-Lools. Les auteursde moot de peaujx, et:', et se I raurmure son P-; LaTnatquise ieta on rapine
__ _
de .. ta velonti du : soup i
la da encore roi 4
preadre redu par _
} que gnus !
ce dewrdre dot itl! tastes. Onsattendait la| ate saisi et'' confisqui arec sa cargat.i I f panuon trouble loutelois pails roixrai.ieiue "!'d'ojuil sue le cbevaiiet; ei. reppndit, .
mire, aT peavent faire an- tagitsions! ainsi. I :dua! ton
de M. Marciea.' severe : _
a de notiteaux d$.ordres.I ..son.: j jI i + ,
eat. I If, falait voir alors la b e Balls
figure piteuse' Pendant gnbadbe. I IJe t4ogt age j'tn.. I
I, LrbateM 4 Fntic a fait explosion Le brik, dd der Etab-oUnl,1' rfpressilr8Ur'son Iremarqw. 'M J mentcde '
J "Ib YealeDt-ou Ie snrlab tt7, rvpeur I' guerre 'dupaurre' due. Centro''", ifnous de. le cheralier VDtre protege__ .. I
f de riviere': Tennessien. est dans notre le 10!' passage j mais.4 coup's.drmesparens n'anraicnt'
au OQ en aftlftr la consideration, pr4f Perry, arrjve port mends 1'explication de ce 9tleTular.:. lei la ma4naur I. t
comte et I'e- amass consent: 4 le _
! : poaant me donnef '
et a fait oile Buenos-Ayres le 26. poor
pour I '
gels r en le Prfsitde rivait I _
i "merae tempt -I 1 LE; ) YIICATAIf i, panic: epour.II ._ ,
j Mo teYideo.19 janv 18tS. .:..C'est d' 1 S.; M. l .- reste 4 roir cl '
nommer tm oa plasien com j; Les exUtebrs du Gactta! de la Harane"ont I. I : repetions|I I Deux mots,ill TOut plait monsieur .vous verier pas .
Trots bresJiiens! et un inrariabiemeflt.RicheUeu pass demur coaeenteBM&t, lui g'usa' ; '
i qoise rendront le nous I
HIT champ Pains D."irrcJeux > ..
ret joomal La du ISferrier i I de Maiden fct-il, Richelieu 4 1'oreiile. M .
Je co, pour y entamer da n6- ;anglaisecewayantd forcer Buenos dtonae all dernier point, ,. .
Armand .I
pubhe dans le Yucatan. I I )i -Eh quoi chevalier, s'ecria le- Armand, ions serez ,
NI set Ayres ont ate t captures la flotte nous examioalt attentivement cher- .
peoi-tre s'asturef tr lea par donctadjoars utu. J
Ce journal done des details sur let I. comte avec une 'cofere (elate Tone' raartnoraja mar'qnise'en ;.
fcai, de la maniere< dont restbdndoit francaise et ndsmaees comme pri .chant 1 deviser cur notre figure le mot nstnauAnt:, U. "
atrocJtet commiset par lei Indiens.Plnaienrs .-! 'voalez m'empedberdeserrerWraain: : I die ajoota 4 baste vnix
Trntdaastacapacili et .,set de guerre, La rente de eel na de J' nime. Les sourires et ire regards ;: "
families araientfui de Sec.HsuquilouleeIndiensavaleotmaiacrd du plus cher de me ama) I -Du reste >Ie '
; I cassr d'Mhdnals n*.'!'
gsUaEns vires et de cafgaisona a ale t or- d'lnteliigence BOut El cn"an-{ "
..ppel J1urs qua ;
1 I Le cadet entratea le corate dais. 'point pane encore et je ne wiJ pas*,; ,4si 4-
Jf De peat anribol r anew aotreiraporte ii31 i particulierement des I donnee et aufa lieu lel courant gions, 4 defaut de r ponse categorique ;f ua coin alan deaert cbnrdvonsle" p'reteridez le she: ::; .

iAili Ia Jdrebster7e -:| personnes I, Le blocus : est roaiwtenu avec la ne loi paraiasaieaP pu de bon augure da'Jlarcieu valier airhd rrii:'fill* qa'elle soil' tos?' .
femmesetdes eRftkns. Les sorp a- >-Monsieur ,voua z 'a fez I chee elle-meniedcs entimens a'efe -
la ensnifsr dent on' ::1. pins grande rlpeo4 flottn fran sans doute, car, i *oecaat 4 etrer q
I nit eta lace res j t )o taabeaox_jet a. pe done pas. compiit ce que jai eu l'hon-1 a inspires, : '
S Mfah ponrva qa'n sok de natnreMMqoelana. came ferme preequ'uBefcfee continuede le mystire, 11 se rejeti au fond de sa Mre 1 de MonT 4
au .fen. Len fcaursfes l'appr l6i.e-nt. & neur de ,YOUS dire toot 4 I'heure au e s'apjtrelait pro. r..'
voir 'tr trccepte diriger one allaque ter Becaooben.Let I steamers jet de narire de guerreet voiture,en peonaei ua pr Ea-ati.It sujet du marecb and! ta..tercontre la'arstroNjdesarn are{* l. ;
ifttinoidee .
J panezrint OQ ........ v : Indiens da environs de VaMadoSddemand forme herai tiquewe la ririeredepw Le coup" d'oll itoit vraiflaent' for Et de sa calotte en pet de dalraajoatale contra mais, lMD,ew paf pewtea te,regard'on seupi qni" ren-etV: "
Ole nation de tfM"rpt** indintoutxafHse '> Entenada jw ':'C lonl" beau. .
I. pant j comte, en coatmuaat. son baiwa la tote aialki wo ref. un.s e
!e 6toutei de Cbansenote, vide feHu e dans te district I Tout cell a lee Ken ea cxMueqeence Now forBHoes twe magnteaue oa- lager l per Al.p. mot'qut pit 4clwrer Kicteliea.CeRe la- ,

I,mnk Peen prone de Titlninj tfri* taco,vlre! defense > .IM decret de. K OOM par Je4t el le port valeado aatewdtt+ aarofse',, :liti'XI:t;' 8b4rullai jeta ua .regard courrouee. patbBine' n'eckappa- x !

-= qbe APM Na .. t:0avsea destasrvagea de Ruenos-Ayre*sat p .corn- chelieu aural ne* Mea tl tri an, dec.AU '
"'"" e tail tomM fce_lea e f aa rs' ;c eat dMKerefit! ,observe-t-ti
led........ mereeraeataefeirt de M video. omphateur aatt/ ae.MI "a'6tait et ; \t _
le 14 eM.. ef et a re..08 -II. paraitqueje mesuiaraatexfliquerepriMi. j poiMMe AlM)> ea-Ta pea remcp ae:

Ie ..... ....i3lasaea iaucep. 616, iooeodMe. W. phi gsaada eeet AprM W1,Iael i u.vriees ea.s" iatge. legsiMe I qaJ H pert IHIIr' Iwar je Tefrette" 'que BOB,Mtvke 'i Cepeadaat J je ra imtfiiiM, aap-j'\ i

p." i I\t"nation Ifpait"* eo .neto pMltt I'" Toes M deve pa. taalis.\ me fC elHle' _eaeore trot jewTau,posa is.(.,La.,ma ntite. se n'en ait paffiNH Mtmem pnckafa ptaC ) ,- "

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I : the love .
S1 ; when United Slates there ,,..
Mobile: daily at o'd1ncP.. 1\ among those of this new Continent; ; pI j\t ? whithia'tit
nes lectures (principe general destruction) augmentc sans reach of Brother
ever who
Commerce l.kef '"nTr
:. Office at {Mansion : Siences Politics aa
Literature he Arts and ,
of ,
, cesse parmi nous, envieux de rivaliser avec lea nations les in the pnneiplea we advocate. "*

FARE SIX DOLLARS, i iJ. 1 and Industry, j bem of to demand an we increase have thought of the that already the, plusanciennes.ct de marcher front avec:elle dans la diffuslondesconnaiseatiees.eaLitteratureBeauxArtsPoltttque-;,I five!Icr:subscriber Any: person*, (enclosing fi wardmgtbei! pdwin) asp l be if
extensive means promulgation
HALL Ik Co. P r4Pr'..I tPensacob ; contributing ,l titled to the sixth copy grab If .
of nr
{Man184 publication of i| new journal will be the best means Industrie Commerce la Ion wilkjbrward ui tea sabocnben, {r..
$ I : attainment of this noble object. nous avons era que publication d'un ring f 10.he wtllbe entittaVindtheL.
# .. -- our mite,I loward. the nouveau journal serait la voie la plus efficace pour faciliterau or which he is a member, each' .. a ..
1'1 a the success of .. gratis, and twenty percent OB all ...."
'. who fervently desire les d'atteindre npble but .
l} ,q If IlJ 'lJ Many of outjjfnlnd\ *, French and public] moycns ce eollteffd om that,amount.

I our journal hare,, urged us to, publish it in the, Uh grsnd nombre de nos amis, dgsirant avec ardeur l suc- Address, (post.paid.jCLAR J

.. MEDICINES. I ! 1 English languages, to which we acceded with a view to enlarge ces tie cette feuille nous. ont conseille de publier notre Journal }; W.. BRYAN, Pxbiisiier, ;

t< aWARRAATED I its circulq Lion and usefulness with that class of per? en' Anglais et en Francois; nous arena acced6 leur vceu Hd*>n, N. ): r

lO IF fE. {p 0 LL ", j sons woo understand both languages. At the present time pourp1usieurs': raisons; d'abord. pour lui dunner plus de circu- .
has bccomfe an essential branch in a good d'influence raosrecrcs oi{ THE THIRD YOL1nII. ,
I IU the French language lation et aggrandir son aupres des personnes, ... ----., ---- !'.
AND almost
!i and well finishdi education, inasmuch as it is used in qui parlcnt?' lea deux l langues= ou I'une ou l'autre;. parce quela ', TIEWESTERN

1 : ))11 1 t i every country in earth, and because it affords us pleasure to lange Fran aise entre maintenent dans toute Education distingue COJ.'l'jINENT. lj
fellow cit-
GENUINE. perceive an increasing disposition in many of our of c; et en est une branche essentielle; parce qu' elle se pane A Southern family new tpaper of tle-..

...._- izens to understand and practice the beautiful language dans;: tous les points du Globe, surtout parce que nous avons get .iu, Neutraf' in;pou&religion. iiaI.
Dr. J. BROSNAHAM i France \i vu ayec plaisir qiie depuis quelque temps le gout pour cette 1:0l1'ED: BY -

1\ -received I It is our intehtion'' to entertain our readers as best we can 4tud s' est manifest parmi nos concitoyens, et que deja j une ,. WILLIAM*T. THOMPSON.
has fresh
just. a |without "' pti of the day-in which we intend 'classe s' est form6e sous un professeur habile et capable d'en-t Atiittta by Kate Harebell 41&4 Major J*

\ supply celebrated ofIOFFATrs Life PtU,I to take noart'o, well written communications will seigrer| dans sa perfection l'idiomde la belle France: notre Jones of Pinenlfft.

Pond Pettily BlUm: (,be inserted without, comment-merely relating the facts in Journal, leur en facilitera.1'acquisition, et les familiarisera a- THE WESTERN all CONTINENT ku av.

I I Dr HIBBARD'S rarity ,rtlit, and j'j'I order to keep place with the current events of the day. vcc ses phrases et scs .locutions quelque fois difficiles. to the early atageal the>of obalaclee newspaperenUrpnn lOoJeoUl.*.

Jlfalrou '' j Notre intention 6tant simplemcnt d'entreteoir nos lecteurs and haa trsumphaatlj overcome them. Us
Dr. GORDON'SPETER'S Fw'siiv fills: : Literature, lie Arts, Commerce and Industry, will find a congratulate oarsetm on being"alia t. k>
fctflt. and LElt'S Pill6. ,. par June lecture instructive, sans embrasser aucnne opinion before oar SubscribeR the Prospectus Ibcsk,
Also a Frfcsn supply of FanHly .W""M-;place in our co umns.w politique notre Journal sera ouvert a* toutes sortes de com- third Volume which we eater upaA .*
c* *,which,' he sells at Ihe imoZLeit profit : j arery prospect of increased ,Miefalneaa ai
for da*, -Jddct, Graftat his, In discharging w the duties of our Station we will endeavor mun'cations; nous nous absliendrons de faire aucun commen contmocd prosperity.. It baa beea the ..

Drug Store!,Palafox Street, Fensacola.'Ito,!, consult not only, our own but the interests of our patrons, 'lair sur les actes du otemement, rapportant' purement les slab sign of his the readers proprietor with of a the Family Ceotment) Journal te fa k.

[and the public ('generally.' We will endeavor with all our aibility faits afin de tenir; nos lecteurs an courant des nouvelles. ,,efJ' way acceptable to the Southern p4bWUD

ALL NEW -ALL 8 0DU!i!lf! i f to advancjj' and improve the system public education La l ' les Beaux-Arts feront partie de notreJontnal per the thirnee highest,standard he has mamtarant of Lieury ezeeQeiM in DM;,..

- .. 'I and for that purpose we will keep a: regular: correspondence. I : Industrie et Ie Commerce trouveront aussi placedan never retorting to:the deceitful statetntdt.catcnpcnry .
and id
DRY GOODS. :with the most celebrated American. and Europ journalists; .'_ nos colonnes., bombast so much artrfiee m vogue with captaodsa eenaa es>

GROCERIES, \VINESt&.., 'En,entrant dans l'exercice notre profession, guides non hemeral publications of the dty,. prefcma;
The NEtrrn L will be published Tuesday on. good p a. i to rest his claims! Popular fovor nMn AtlioautMie
Comer of BJYLKJand '. every : pas ulement par des vues p6cuniaires, mats par le d6sir ar. merits ef his Journal Ha,h*

1 jr.Vr.RVURVTJ.f St,Ftntacola. per with fair:type, and Willie edited and revised' by a; gentleman den t de coop rer de toutes nos forces a' la propagation des .tesdilv opposed with ail the obi lay be p.
of talent and education whose services he,so kindlv'otIr. Se...., every aperies of So<*l Fsaatoaa,,
The nndernjrned haijutl opened I new Store -. -dmna ssances utiles et de contribuer de tout notre pouvoir nom| the idle reverie of dreaming Fanem,

of Dry Goods,merles,Winrg, etc .f d us.. I ..! ', <*(& a* r mbellissemqnt de }l' difice social,, nous nous proposons to tho dangerous (nschinations .7 Abofitsja-
"l; tie best qoilny lately received, tale at: : i ism sod Agrananifw. On the suntan! la
Wfeoleaale and Retail, at tbd lowest o. TERMS: OF SUBSCRIPTION. : d'eniretenirune. correspondence directe avec les meilleursjour-: has endeavored in all Department,of bit,..
I price ; !
d'Ameri abonn to inculcate the Purest Morafity nl
I I nalistes ue et d'Europe, et d'envoyer a' nos per
AH Orders for the above Arttdea bill!\\ t Loftiest Patriotiua K portwng this sever
put up at the the rted n.tie.. t L ForORCj/iar, / <, $4, 00'} .,,0. iltsExtra, au,Journal, to'ufes les fois quMl, y aura sujet. I he has encoonterad: tM oppoMtma of the .
i p, AyMARD.Ptasatola :' For six foonth u 2, 005 Payable in advance. > ; Le NEUTRAL paraitra- tous lee Mardi in folio de grandeur vioa, ho strsjcklisg-and the >!...nnwbde .
the other he has
I I on hand rew .
I t 27 Dee. 1817.I : ordinaire, imprim6 sur bon pap er, il sera reds g a et corrig6 par cordial approbatma aDd hkcnl IdJ'pOft"tr- j,

1 -- I I I I I Ii ;N. B. Yearly lufafri&ers will u.. /i*privilege cf initrtinggratis i .a BWsine, card des hommes de lettres, qui nous ont promis leur cooperation. nCghisncd, .p.triotioanddisear.rog ""bit
Tb. Western Continent is the only.
i NEW HOODS. .11.11I /! -, +f /' -: ,'. : CONDITIONS ABONNEMENT. I its class which devoted'' to. the aJroocy p.iw.4Sooikena

. .,....1.1....!|l..f I bterssls and nodkaboa ol Southern :
I One price for. Goods,and no._deviation. I BRICE OF INSERTIONS, :' ...:' ., ; Pour une ann e, $4, 00? rights. While the Editor has nsrar'Iw4aifht
of those inlsrcsk
---.T I Payable d' Avance. or i& 1r.

WINTER CLOTHINGS. I Advertise m"t is'-will be inserted at $1,00 Per square of '! Pour" six mois, "2, 00 f feeceoTlh assailed the M rutere.ta rnjhts b.of has olhsraectioBa-wtBtsa.fy .

D. F. MAOEE haajoct received a Urge twelve lines for} the first and Fifty Cents_ for. each subsequent-',\M. Ji- Tout Stutrtptevr pour une annie aura le Brett T imirtr Adresse de ttffeod-d' the Jerhngs' of tboM who '--If i

elected ttoclvjtf Dry and Fancy Gooda insertion. !r-1 -.: i Prc/fut-m, et de ton Commerce, gratis pour sir mots.ERIX differ with him i'opioion: .
fir Ibis aeaadn, to\bfCfl he[,inTitea tbe'aUtn. -
tion of the public. \ ; DES AVERTISSEMENTS, volt TEX fEW TtiiWe ,
; AdvcrtisemeWs will ,be published in the_ )language desired, '
I ; hare mad ample aslflst
Pent cola 27 Pec.1847* and if in both I a discount of. 25 percent will be made. C Pour la premi3r Insertion, fit oo ..roonelf that ws shall arrangement be.Df.{ t.: raawr,
-" I I LecarredeJouzfilignes 1 the Continent till "
j mom deterving. of the -
1 NEW ESTABLISHMENT. Pounce IUJyantes, . ".: 40 reiugo of the reedier pobbc
A lib semiyearly t
: Gonzalez & Co.:have opened a very , '.* | Poetical BcfrtB at. ...
Mrssrs.Billiard Saloon on'PalafoT street advertisers. i ; : 11' .'. Les publications se feront dans la langue demanded; et les Continent already nenibers anong The W.b...

new Intendentia : qui feront publier leura avertisieraents dans les Ur cofttribator tome of the aaort ULiiala| ai
and person ?
Got erment
between ,
pemacola.1t SC the
[ 1 eta dy boee eguMgoa w eoatislato
in a style of elegance:unequalled by 6th, 1847.. deux laneuet, auront drOIt uue diminution de 25 pour cent. fend their charms te its earn: ;

any establishment of the kicd in the t I .... '. .. Une deduction raisonable sera faite pour les insertions 31bullaD7.-Part ctlla,pa-u. nt.
the proprie- annuelles semestralcs. bestowed upon thi.department of oat sssslIn
city. The; popularity PINDAR. & Co. PubKthtrs. ou -
of e/mpk lbe
II poaseaaioa resonrcea, w *
ors will l insure them an extensive pa ahla I ta fnnmn our readers with sag and ma tractive matter -
tronage. i -- i BUSINESS CARDS.JOS T I i Political ..
lnteUiccnee.- ken
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-- --JMrs.- -- KEOGH7 .._. __ +[ ._.___ .. __. .. .. cored the lemeea ef a gentledua tally ia.'
patent to manage thW pecoJiJ foitart CII.Conl8ft1t. i
l i I : ...rLLL..SK, i UIGLE8, t1. m ,&. m tR\ MAXIMO RIOBOO. whoee eaten wiU be t. Ii'-i
1 .. STREET, ; .Shift and Family{ / Grocery 8 lore. UI'\W ..aa V. Janice of the Peace, and Notary TM lie.. weekly s7nopta.f all import|at pafioeal e*
t > R.OMANA opporltd to the Market Honia . Office at the City Hal!. eieeuoai retvna. notmiaHoa, acava
1 ..... btttceen Pahfox and Rayltn.Rrspectfully Palafox at. Pepaacola' t.o,.... ......-- =---nsna= "=':n PK"c:: = ::::" Iyen" bodtea, always It' :'., a!%

i:" informs the Ladies fPtnsacola Govermvat Street, opposite the Public 8quare.l"cnllcola'V .LKER ANDERSON, bing like a partisan bin .

j 1 : that he has commenced the! C.P.JKDry 'NAPE', Agent for Claims at Washington. I' Foreign aoord aDd 1 Dnaestlql Yews.Lpositiea hate+ *
'' THENEUTRAL o* uncommon
5 MILLINERY BUSINESS Good and I Grocery Store, I AT Office o. Gorerment at obtaining the latest Fw wn:and DMaaaH t
various branches 1 Palafox at, opwaite the Square. 1 News, and we than not faA '*>present.*
in '-"" OFFICE.
--- J.
1 ---r readers a eomprrbecsivosummary IJI4'ell. .
and will be thankful for any favor bestowed > I. KRCTZ, Public Aoctioneer.Palafoj" of bet1.t '

upon her She has: acquired a Tatlor, BILLS OF LADING, SLAVE IL i TO THX LABIX3.We .
thorough knowledge ofheart of making Palafox opposite the square. t' -- i need only ay that ihedepartaaoste-.
BrnfV BONNET. in Europe, and i I CIRCULARS COASTING MANIFESTS, B. F. MAGEE, ,voted to their edtncat'oa and; .atwtasa
: business I H, WIKCRAHAM, I BLANKS HANDBILLB.' : Auctioneer and Camnuaaioa willc.nti.o.ander: the mae..fe i err.
has carried on the in Eng\ raani' Ka*....
M M'entwl nwd,
aeeoffiffeKM t
the cities of CommiMion i Merchant, PaWn) .
land and Ireland, and in CARDS, WAY nILLs' Bt. \ "bell, whose graceful red epffWy P**
Palafoi ,octealle th* Squre, ,. ,
York Charleston, and St Au- at already rendered the Coaiaaet
New PAMPHLETS, &. "'-, F. de LA Western
and from the liberal patronage , decided favorite with our be reatfsn.
f gusttael; very E. C. r RKHUST. ; T ; y
,,bestowed upon her in the above Clothing Store:and Public Auctioneer.Palafox Major Jo,," bill'prciifi--
places( eh* fl alters1 herself that she hag Dry nods 'tMW' ton, Printed to order,with the fvtmost prom tnde, and to the satisfaction. 'of at opposite the Square, the timorous 1)partmeat) |a whfc*k'i
of the IrrUlI .
West Nary a : 'fI- r (endeavor to amuse without ootaduf '
,t alwavt given general satisfaction. 5 - -_ : J all who may liver Ac. ,Office with their patronage. '. D. DAVIDSON, taste of the most t fastkboos rsaderv
The latest, and most approved L. DUNN, I Auctioneer and Commission ent.-AUbr.tia.i;
l. Merchant Juvenile ''D
FA3Hi >is are regularly received from Barber\ and Hair ----o- """"" ----- iataetiJ
Dbrcne'I Stole at the West Gate of the Nary Yard'., be paid\h.lmoMtnf'nt.nd
3 the Northern an* Eastern cities- Paafox. at, oppose! ,,,-,,,-?_ the little the j jodsswus....e d
(0t'.1: "Bonttt 'c.h4w.crnl el.. -:- - -----' VINCENT RIOBOO, J. BROOKS, M. GOLDSMITH Co,} amiable matter.

lend. 1 4**y style. Silk Bonndt made J OS. RUBV.Familv ., . Armor ynd,Black Smith, etc. .Dry Goods Store, =corner of Palafoxand Dry Gooda.. Store. Letter from WaebliKtos -A* *
Grocery oJ. B., D.\t #. Zara go&a at. Palafor at, between correspondent has.been engaged to ir"S
to prater1. Corner Barcelona ar4 Gonrmlnt, __ GOyonneDJDteDdeat.: readers f the Continent tbotMj*
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Jiu. 3, 82 2tf tom... .' 108.. BALL.ADA. F. II H. ROCHE_ > h J., JERRISON, Jr. Dr. J. BRo 1fAHA.JI. of all neportaat.. movements!st ,,+!w' .
,the Cootfess.
daring *etoas
I | i i Boot t Shoe Maker. Bakery; 'I Dry Goods,Hardware, &Grocery, Drugs Med sine;and Chemieali Store. ..

1.500lgWARD.. enOoTerment, sJ.. Bayten, corner oi Gevermeat, Corner of Oorerment& Pala/ox It, Palalbx at betweea GoTerraent and Intend. vanee.Mee'TBR. : copies Two dollarSj for r J"
I, 3 years,95 Sve*copies .
Will bemis by the Mayor of Pen ZEN 8UCHET, LAFAYETTE ROBERTSON, F. BOBE' P. GONZALB9*O Tw.lveeepi. it foi.Lj; +u.l5

tacots. for the apprehension! A; con Family Grocery Store! .Reading! Room,.and Cofft Hopw,. - Dry Goods: and Grocery Store, Billiard; Room, A I Ient di.cottai ijl t be.IkW'd t.,.

j 4. vlriien of onu o'' more iaeerirTiarie Comer oIl tenJ ntja acd'PaTafbs at.'J .,Palafox,at, ppate# ,tie Squire,. Govennent.atopaoaite the Square.,, Palafez at,betweeaPo.ement.d: Icie.4ci U.HBHTRY .-S mamm ''who will do os UM. fator te.f[$,

whom be believes are now in this city. : ... : i_ fertaetCeertwenupas ...,
t \ O. M. AVERY, ,', R. MORTON,' 'r 908. COLLINS, &Ce. HYBR, All Gfe'aibiet... ir.. .T;
E. deLA RUA.s ,
l .-, ," ( I Undertaker, : ,1. Fancy. .
v. Msyou rT BoiUioga .. i ,. .-. .rJII .i'
.. ha ''' .P.w.t"'HIitr ci ttteadeftb i. 't. 4>
'! itt *a O.teraaft<j ' enSa ftreet.oppoartetbe :
'j... SJ)648.9 't" ,,Urafou aD.ITarapa at, ,i' '1."t ... .... .. jJl
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