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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: May 2, 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: VID00013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09716510
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GEOLOGY; ", E ..,, don't like to ; it will bo such .satisfaction "'" ,

a i f tp know how much you can accorapltth a ;
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to light wonderscarcely 'THElI NEUTRALNEUTRAL in that way. ; r
hare brought those of I *r* The; dear knows, said Kitty, r,(" J >' ,;
had "
to practice that hard rule from necessity +

\stron om y,' hile man yeorieshave fanciful long enough, but what !shall'fj : ?' .g

the facts, which no doupt arccon-originated :Jf1f a d tlt1n.t, a? iJ() U I 9 do tray about as bringing bliss Arrninta down the has breakfast uot ..ijyet '

stantly developed, arc adapted .. -.. - a---- 'breakfasted' ,

at once to gratify' and stimulated IN POLITICS, RESPECTFUL: ,' IN KELtGlIONS, VIGILANT IN BUSINESS. AM WITH ALL, AND FOR ALL. 'i << So she hu'nt Kittj, and I guess ,lv .' : sh.

the friend of science."Mr I' guess I might as well I Iron up and vakert; :. ,

Lyell traveled acrossSweden VOLUME 1. PENSACOLA, TUESDAY MAY, 2 1S48 NUMBER IT. her now, as it's ten o'clock. Poor?,. 4 {. ,; ; r

thing, she came home so last last night i ". .. It- .. .. t.: ',,'r
the cast to the1fCSt
from the summit lev- I sett P lion of an invention for!Ilobtaining earnes.t. e, becomes repub- THE COURTING I i I You think then,' said the CounItess 'from the party, that t told' her to..tet'rtrf I! '! ; .

coa t, on oil from stones, 'an1 titans nn Americans l\linister One morning, the '! listfnuijj eagerly! "that U is only as long as she could this morning ; If t

el and found every where the I at curiosity which hat brought me here really wonder if the dear girl ever ,
account. of which was given 5n to the'pop of Rome.Protest was particularly: tt '""
same appearance as on the coast rant had ('rde-,s to i rNo !=or, it is. curiosity linked gets well rested ; I'll go and see)if, ; ."; _..'
a previous number of these collections. ] against it in the
whole country affords in- i ) he, in his morning I with a deeper motive. she wants her toast and coffee in her =;' ,
Both PP ear l name of the human race, who ered i That is to say you suppose-' '
Greek .
table evidence of cquallYI cap,. room. With these remarks the doaf "! ,
cosecs astonishing but it are endowed' b God, with the sofa dreaming out You think you mystify mo, and ,
but"arying in UPhea-J' ; may 50'1 Y ing mother ascended the staircase on ,.;
val, This invention is, it is s3 d'l rights off ;thoughts, and are- the sex, which he : we will proceed as if we had met at a her errand of inquiry ,
dl i!tr1.t""J:1dn: : g grea 1 st i after Nature. A masquerade-fur, though I see your
the'" north, where rise has been Tiotlittj cheapness, a great advantage sponsibta'. ;I ocnsience.. opening of thft door I,face, that is no clue for ate, as t"never In the meanwhile y makes loud .a,

COO and 700( feet, near for all the purposes of( Pr test II against it, in the his reverie, and fo I saw y7-tf' rore: But rrovf; w tlay and impatient mtis' !!i ith ) !l.J.>oje..i'.. + ,,. ., ., ,-. ," \

fron COQ feet and at architecture decoration; and name of the rights of man, a lady before him, you to my divination-my fair and kettles, n'i1: t iu s'sQfiloqujse 1./ .'-
Cbr t s leans feet. file ele- from its plastic natur before i which sec tes to you religious pan the dismayed masquerader, I know you !' Yes, baking to do, dmier to get.; I a ;

tdderalla200 sumed the What recognition can there be in the front to clean, it's all mighty easy y
it becomes hard of cat
service freedom and the to
right '
been pursue
',.tl on, however, has neither b first words ? talking then when fine lady '"
t thought brought ; my gets ,
uniform nor continuous; j to sculptors in taking i casts'I your q wn happiness i upon his eyebrows, 'I 1 will explain,' went on Balzac:, up, s>hi' got to be waited on ; very ;n
'of statuettes busts &c., and Protest l against it, in the stant's glance he with a confident smile ; 'your face ia Y I
wuBi is now rising wa* once I I likely she'll send me on some errand. J -
even of figures of the size of! of of the strange to me, but null I have known
name liberty, as chainingthe was a lady i: r,
sulking, uiterupted by long mtiTwls ; before. to the milliner's and when 1 comeback
Near Udde life. The cost in all cases, free car of Columbia to the ness you Superior minds that have she'll dress in ,
of rest. I She fact a peculiarity: of expression for their want a pressed a

rail on the western coast on where carving is required in I I rock and lorture: of a tyrant ; gular nobleness was, in of a !:'''thoughts' speak as they write A great minute to walk out io.. Ycs, Kitty .. I'-, .,

a shelly stratum from ston in which this composition infallible, imperious, bias P he- countenance, and 'author 1 says, The style is the man! !'tan do jt, it's nothing for Kitty, but I "

removing of gneiss more than one is substituted, isby nine-tenths. I mous and soulkilling.Protestl difficult music of hig} ,..1 I have received during my literary ca- guess if she had! Kitty's weak back,.*. .i
a mass died and fifty feet shore,, the The invention is founded on against it, in the received Monsieur ] Freer: many letters of many kinds, I and tired feetshe'd lay a bed a.week. ,
bu I I'1 :ai.d I know the writers and
the chemical analysis, of the'name of God and in the name of complimentary among andsend meter theDoctoru ; ,
barnaclei were them t hue th'
Irt'el' of sea, J skill and preserved correiporjxdence '
to the natural varieties of stones, and of man as j impious to high Heaven used of those who have given me 4 Kitty, screamed her mistress at,: .
,f 'tnd clinging so closely was to I
; ; the of her voicefroa the head ,o'l
Minacr thai portions "of they I the manufacture is capable of' and cruel to the children :, however, with a I the most pleasure'As top ; "

such modifications as arc re- of earth.: I of voice thd she bespoke, the author drew from the, stairs.
n, .rclv; exposed rocks came a-, I I whom he :I his secretary! al package of Inters, Mam. ,
quisit to produce all the varie- Protes it in.the ry as to '
\'f.iY ,'Jeiiulwisthem Other ,' i against ceiving.'And. I.icatcfully enveloped, and withdrawing Are there any eggs in the house '

/.oopb. tea were also met _>vilh|'ties' "stones manufactured to :name of republicanism, which : now that ;i lone, he held up its superscription to + No roam ; (there His again, now 1

m i I'd> '1 isidcr; blp numbers, oftho I order." ". :spurns th( impious arrogance 'I i i, name ?' sail, 'it i i the Countess. just wonder what they want with eggs ,
divarfish.sirucl- The artificial stones produced ofu divine right !', and which, mention the motive I I Why should I deny n ?' said his this time a day. ') '!' .

c a'*rot as{peculiar those at present: exist.. j!i i"Ii I is less absorbent than natural I to re.:ogn, se, annihilates for .have seen in house the { I : and fair flattered visit.r, that laughing you ,have'I am found happy me Step out somewhere, Kitty, and 1 ' ;

m the gull" of Bulimia Thcj I stone, and is uperior; in com- ever the ( quality of mate !ty properly country I know is,. : out. But I knew you also, quite as buy a few, Araminta thinks she couldr ;

n i ,",,: .\f i 1 place :ipactness I of texture, and will rcisist Treason itself, lurks in the i jou through my man well before I saw you, and my lettersin eat one on her toast. \ ,
+' frost and the chemical hand tell what I 1 Yes mam ; but how can I'leave the ,
., lttit\ miles from the sea in : damp, omission to protest against this you must pay for your you thought\
i i acids. It' is made of flints of jou. Under the mask of an into; bread that's just ready to b3kel'Oh +.
of the di.t mission to the head of the Jesuits ,casing my coming
mi nu-ii'i., country +,I I nita, 1 could venture to avow to you be right quick, Kitty, and the
I,and grit, can, &,., rendered who arrogating to him* enquiries. kr
\.1. tm' instance here referred 1 I have never the impression which your soul had bread: ,,:on't suffer.'
r like nccidentu fluid by heal, I and poured into self the blasphemous tillesof!! : I Iladam. made upon mine.' '
.1 1 :nihm ..,m !ti the Away went th. distracted house, ; "
r i'moulds as required until coat; ) lHolyFat ef," also the of the echo And now thai JOu'see me, may 1catura for sand
t .; aid:..'lei" ; and proves most usurps : ue maid the a gg when she re. I .

sat; ,s ,u to. ily that this 1 part of:'and'' hardened Its Strength and perqgativr of universal domin1ion given to my name. \ hve to written ope that? If lOU I repent what turned she'cooked one and took it ,up : 'rto '

\\solidity cnabl it to resist more over the earth. Recog that I wish to you were younger the young lady's 'room.where she +.; r",
mi-i," mt incut has lain for long: in the ountrv. I yon perhaps, might hesitate at the .

' ,i. '" I I l.clow the sea, :lCI i I blows than real stone nise this Embassy-fail to enter that I am not there frankness I ask of you. But at any bad the satisfaction of hearing from kdftt F

I < II'I! .Iationo: bare formed above :i {S specimens :,of the invention your boleijn protest against this beauties to the Deaf age you need not measure bpmpli- individual that it was'nt half done,, ", k

tLc'; most inlresling+'i have been. forwarded to Lon- most dam ing and foul treason Yes, your j and more than that, si chad waited so ::,,;
( r.: l j's idon and their is indeed, given this '! And if you are not in the first stagoflifet [long that her appetite was all gone s,'
I appcareace to Proles! ant liberty throughout t
I 'l t ::1.>! :'iced+ liy Ir. another charm=:-for ; interupled the Countess, we are and she could not bear the sight of i it. ';
''. d!lis,' n'cTor wooden fish-t[pronounced exceedingly: cu- the habitable globe-and mated in that, foal have 1 been in "'
: j a n M, furnished with. log Well, after mu h labor, the work! _ ,
1 ; !'irious.i They! consist of many our boast 'tia/ td -.ot glorious .u.1&; the category ot, Fastt6trtp'tu 'which - -"'-. '- -
\I"; : ;!it a depth I sixty feet be \ elegance a* was pretty w lT done, and dinner serv : ..
',,' .';: iI!..' urface of the suit (varieties, some being plain pei'ces independence, becomes a colony j which only a wri'er you have value so successfully! and ved at the usual hoar. Araminta -
!' '' for varie- could I II for which we owe you a gratitude
.l for of coping slones of the Pope-a mere append celebrity i j managed, with the help of her mother Ito
th" excavalfon "
I r a ca- I Madam !I Your first letter, said Balzac _
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hated pavements, for halls and I dage of R me's triple crown-: dress herself, and I _,
..I I :' t;jute Lake Malar withan ; there.but I do turning[ over the package in his band I thereby was ens a;

inlet of the BalitC; The j rooms, stone Ornaments, such, a cipher n the sphere of freedom the money value of what I dates fifteen )ears a g o. May I ask: : abled to make her appearance in the, ? t ',_

wasabjutS 1|as mouldings :for friezes, finial I -and a bond slave in the know well enough : why you did not then come to me as dining room with her heavy blue eyes r! s ',
tturc feetsqare
ar, walls crumbled ; ,,and some more elaborate, having court of' lee "Holy Father." I owner nererezpecb you have come today 1 should then and dress to match: about the time( vf : g:;"'::,..' .
me way on flowers and devices apparently -Rouse; to a sense of your travagances of the have"been more worthy to reply to! her father's entrance; her appetite l be' ,r _"'.1.1:

\ j 're to the air, but the floor cut 'with, the chisel. the of 'I am told ; you" ng unuuaUy good she contrived to ,, x' L ,; ;, 1 ,
danger Inspire spirit I
1 timbers; remained sound There 'that was a, married woman then-to*
your outlay smell a bit of roast beef, and succeede, ,
There are 'jalso some "grind the nineteenth Dare day I am a widow. '" t leave to '
+ (talons century $150.000, and U is: jour "
rude !
Was a fire-place. stones," and hones used b y.a$- to vindicate your rights! Dareto which I come to \divination to see the force of my tea.. in eating three Lima beans, afief 'JJ .''.- ;:

ntUcMitre.! with fragments gracefully taking tho skin off each one '< ,
laborers ti 'Pardon me, \! i sons. If you reproach me for not coming
and !jricultural! forsharpen- resist ic impious and audacious r't! Pa 'said she 1 I ;:,
<''f haIr; burnt wood, outside and I could fifteen years earlier, you confess very languidly,
and tools. The price,
t ht'.'n of wood, piled us foTje !ling. scythes presumption ofa priestof ,more for it.' 1 at least' that there is now no time to beard some one at the party J last night .. 1!'

]i. not r a particle of iron ap- invention is also applicable to Papal Rome' who aspired 'I do not permit lose. speaking" of a delightful ghost story- "t' .'

I j'i'C' ,nd t nave been, used in I the lining i of cisterns and wa. to be the president's presidentand I me, Moi.sieur, and I / I And you permit" me to pay my addresses Hamlet, I believe,is; the name of)be '- ti.i t -1 r

tpp e instruction flflhis singular ttir-P i es, its vitreous qualities tyran, over your free coun. offer of fifteen t I. I have to you ? from ___ man that saw tjie ;pef ere( and I do ,... ;: 1

ensuring: cleanliness. Its extreme !, try_ fn name of God! and price. But I may come Vienna on pur wish you would get jTtbr me; if it is .. ". > i iin
building. It was compactly i that I offer this pose. j
is' also a matter the tilt of two volumes you need nt mind about ,- : :i1 f
cheapness in
boned. in fire sand on which c liberty rally exactly as it An offer of marriage so simplv put I should nevei ,
to those : it though, as get .
of consideration now to rCSC'Je and prescrvation. ]lures, and even would have embarrassed, perhaps, I. '
roars gravel and large time to read it-who "nows but .what # :t
who require ornamental addi- which'stand in the almost any other man than Balzac, ,: .t .r
in wavy strata were super j jimposed ; -- _._w.NUGA .__-., Gently 'bound" !but (we have it from the very best authority it is 1' : ; }
lions houses.SDFFICIEI .
to / .
-+ It 'has been shown jl 1 ..:_ I' w.... ..,.-....._ A FALLS SUSPENSION The Couuteas I ) his reply, his expressions oil I aa'JSttDgasDombey d er'J : '; ", .
that the submergences if] !commenced grateful pleasure, his newly permitted """ /IJ, ' ,
}' DR DGE-Tbe Iris oT '
tendernesses, were of a tact, a delicacy ., : ,
caused by sudden inundai |examining; the 'Then dont trouble yourself about t' .. : .t
a i.
1': oaeob act ofa prudrnt| ---last. says; "It i is 1 and a of mind, which can .... ' :
As presence
lion, would h.!vc left the bout<, )I .I romancer, nuking t; : it, Pa. You know my taste, and. .- d t'::;: :I
with salt faction that noted would have. turned the bead of a .. '
Bets Coming-paper editor is to present \ve of criticism full'of younger easily judge but I do wish another '.; ; ,:- ; +'
; as the heaviest portions i [ woman, or of >,ny woman-nnd ;
l]. in hts 'cola mt something the increasing evidence of pre uality, and asking number Dombey would come I'm, ; ?'-
Of the the lovers, in day or two after, UrU '
materials ut tbcJo. + with that null bred a ?
torn !;'that will "'make :'folks laugh! p ration Jor work on the Sus- makes I ed together, in the Countess's carriage I so anxious to know if sweet Florence. j ,r:: ,
instead of where they are cotton ridge. A force has a haa heard from her beau, Walter 1 '
i while tjiey are eating their nence. Balzac :for Vienna, near which, m her superb 4
now found at the surface breakfasts-- transcribe the I been toll clJng on the ground I his bachelor chateau, tho marriage took place.: Gay and if he ever intends to co e .. ,,

a position in which they have which'is the'editorial"leader"of during W put week, an. lumber -;[osophy" which,could i With an income of $10,0P( she has back again ; where was it he wentP'a: .,, s i .'!,'.-.'"?,' .'
been following, .' : ':; '
deposited by floating; ice. '' : and o her materials are going .genius and habits, I I commenced, and seems likely to con to Mexico / ::
th .
And learn from this remarkable +: $ Philadelphia Sbantie8 they walked to g tinue, to make the great romancerhapier Mexico 6 ddlesticks. child! no.., he : '.;., .
rd. and
forty | '
of the Uth mat. his fifties than he in \
True Sun was .
fart that linre the build- I working-room, at : wentto the Indies, and I know whereI ; --r;,: "
comical] 1 shops arelbegintng.t spring up: 1 mad his twenties or thirties, or the later ;
is exceedingly.Moreover AnJ .
I of lIt now have a notion to send you. '
tog fishing hub in Sweden "' 'ties which reference is made with
and tokens of business'descend to inform to : JJi
the #ft curiosity in its many. 'O where, Pal this i is delightful
land .
where the canal) is understood delicacy."HOME .
dug It is : visit? 1
has :,'kind-moreover a testimonial are now a great your weather for travelling > ,. . :, .

enough mule for during a period long'''that the True Sun is In a badway. work, ana, requigrc! extensivepreparnti !I itess' ,But"that it seems I have to EDUCATION.A To school, replied her impatient* ."r .. i" .';:. y: .}
a of : !
deposition sra- for n9 to airy it on e- father, for you mortify me to death -1i1.; .
ta It will be neccessary that with sufficient I Y OF EVERY nAY LJPE. 3T'1 ** t-
four feet .
sixty in thickness ,
conomicallly.1 We informed with st pidity. However 4 .
are your z
, t'us to tell the| reader that na-' Pardon me, Come, Kitty, you must stir about .
"7 the sea, and has aubsequrn* I tells me to-morrow wit* bo ,, 'i It .)t : ;
Americans "were to meet, (that it is the ,indention of the that t under a I lively to-day-there's baking, to dOlheI. mother '. ;
hive "
; Uy been raised to its present Philadelphia 1 the : Engineer] to erect a foot Dri ge: a place which you h front to clean, and dinner to gut besides jour eighteenth bitth day, and I suppose '"-'1'! .' M1:_

elevation.ARTIFICIAL. jin on evening the weather would I of buying, you I. ghost of other things ; and after you will expect a handsome prea- .1 1lent. ,t,
of the 15th=did meet we suppose as soon as motive which has have idea of being n .... .
New, as yow an > ;
1 take the
it-herhaps by the first of,. this all' done want you to A
PRODUCTION OF ; and this cataract of pathos arm 'leas P lessors of ''children to the square for a couple of married be rare a great while, Us ,M ,
MINERALS AN'n intended June-using the cables and,, no sorcerer, but I the : '.
PRECIOUS and eloquence was hours this afternoon. 'quite time you understand practi: . ,
of the [. ,
materials It n l
for one
( other .
; STONES. stir them to their work designed calpartoihousekeepingand mi'gift1 .
, to pp ence that it gives us : Yea mam, I'll try to gel through in .. f t
A proem has been explain- ,:with a particularly long pole' ': the mainiedifice in suspending! change for'the time, though I ,don't feel quite as,to you shall be either a good ied; ; '

f rl, tbe Parse Academy of Americana Protestants Ameticans a temporary platform for the us. My entire life'b smart as common this morning as Iwas ,broom or a scrubbing brush# .,., \fhit'n I

Sclnces, and Q p ateptob tame .! Ln'( rs of liberty! conveniance.of conducting the study \'foman-I. up so late last night ironing t .' shall! insist on yonr Ufing. t .' .j. ti a;

for u,'whereby artificial[ atones j Friends of religions freedom! works. {The temporary structure science my pr.or Now, Kitty 'laid Mrs., Makedoo,[ But Aramiata had fainted-before thq : .. ? ,,
or t of extreme by n penetration when conclusion of his sentence. .
light- time to'wotk
will be the very .
tIu.1Jty t ,. Sons 'Q'nd sirs! of books '
duc.ed may be proto [ vibriting}) ra"the/'wind' and count In'my' : don't feel like it-make that a 'Only) see what you have ...don-, "- '
;Jwmtt 'ctal 'K lei:ycto' theMeep 'mas nesa, '. liberty to use also: j you and exclaimed his wife as aha) rari l iu ', '. .
life will !
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Ita tuary. tt liJ! :"'Thi6, iscov.tJ 1 to-morrow': ft.t. bending Under >be7 ,weight pi private life which : : > through' ., you always .. .
t)' |. [. :, !: find doing something : yoia to her daughter's i !apre-1. :*
: yourself' ; x
"i tl ta't le 1f1fa&dI the loads which wiH- does 4, elf,1 ,, I r. '. .. ..
> t; ,;e1I! -wrilhrtbedoI I protest fi in a m&1|. ab ; : "i T '''ft" !: ft*r : t... a\to, .. ')

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f J; r.- :" --, Dot disturb yourself, Mild her I!her health. He-I told us tho best thing 'garland of(lowers-was, then placed. Tb peoplejjf Milan-.. have formed\ al'ro-l and was in'the act of dris.u.

l'3 I t'i ;. ... husband, she has only tainted and 111 1 for her was daily and regular exercise die head of Miss LAURA WHIOHT,, visional GonDmt'I. &' a second pistol when CiIf
L :.W, Warrant he cmm !s!! to in time for.this though moderately i-t fif-st! until her her companions chose as the. Ireland quiet. red. We regret this i

rcniu's concert' If *h.$ Mould take strength could bear more., !. So, after, of the day The beautiful quet>n Th news of the formation. of a Republicin tunato affair, ,
Prussia: i. not confirmed.The especially
11: more healthful! exercise she would Mr. Harris ;an J no If had talked the and gracefully II
blushingly arose, Austnans lost in the were f personally
r OOOO struggle
r hardly stop the cireu'alion at so short matter over) 1.di mi'sed! one of the acq
I' them, for the great honor and then withdrew r the contest. with Mr. Lindsey :He'
notice," and tviih thk consoling, girls and went hand in hand for awhile : rem _. 'a

\,; peechMr Makedoo kientto his with Lucy jlo o'l encourage her. on her. The Belgians King on Reforms.An .-,young man of fine cba- '

H counting house called She nO\ ,the beds in the Other e'oquent discourses were de. interesting London letter, receivedby ..and or promising taIenta. _

!1 'A to the Kitty was again -\house before breakfast! sweeps the by Ih Misses EMMA BRIGHT, the Hirbernia makes a statement ol admitted to the bar in McsftT') : '
bring butt
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,, fan from Araminta's cologne room beside 0. ,t chambers. ociaiona I ly always help \. UYER, SARAh A IkER: ,and! the manner in which the inteiigence receivedby yule, Tenn., and settli '
of th French revolution ,
::, ther job's which lift little (time for the ,i iron the clothes In d frequently as- HYIR aftc' which, the dance King Leopold, by which hi- is represented Greensboro', a few UK_

I kitchen department; but hy dint of J Sisl.s in cooking, yon must drink .tea 'nced. to have acted from the commencement !'since Mr. Clark lain

,, ,hard !Jab" r and reiseverancp' she with us oon and taste! some of her I 'l'he cotilions' were formed, and the( uf tbr crisis with aingu,;and the matter will) under
t : brcad, it ;so deli cic us.' ..
t lound lime to take the children a ye feet accompanied the notes fal lar prudence for royalty. As soon as judicial investigation'1y. ..
; 4 dress'herself
walking, and then hurried home tot' j Dutdou'tshe in her 'I the strew11 he heard of the fate of Louis Philippe, ,
k get sapper, best t, n id walk out etcry day 1-my ; lightly. us it were, on he summoned his cabinet, and told i : [ 0 c,-..

Araminta could not <:xist without that.' : : ] ',era. them to maintain his throne he would
At tie tea table! .J Alakodo.\ .) said FOR BAD EYE
- 11 t': the bread was sour. TIB| blame, as [ She is "ajs : neat in her dress,, ,1 In another room a large table was t\o\\ permit one drop of blood to shod late number of the Bosfc|
ibutscldam walk cut merely for apromenalc. with simple but delicious The ministry assured him that he
: usual, rested on KiuV, mho immediately : : ,Medical Journal
i |) Shd is interested in every :1 t. After partiktug of the meal, was beloved by the people, and that contdiniij
' f summoned to, b eount for it, hi but that laid of
. must continue King- Account an important i
1 hsAhold department and has ladies ibo ,
accompanied r
When ; young
l &hcrnadft her appearance she you must grant reforms to the nation. provement in the
'I gave a pit*.n, Jeaitii4heiuurniiig| :8uffi en r. is n-doors .(fJr herapplie retreated to the ball room, Reform? I" exclaimed the monarch for the instrumen

' t how the had tu ilu many" cr-ands after beul r and spirits are the sounds of music were once you\. must grant them. Do not ask operation cf Cat ni

I tt c bread was all! really for baking, both id w'
I' k that she Could not help i j.; :had _ _ess to !make her useful closed the joyous feast: such reforms as the nation requires'that city. It seems that t tie

.. Her mistress said [hat In OJ' happy i her necd'e! too,, must be granted, and for that you aud same operation hitherto .
was no excuse ,Yes only regretted, that the difTe- pr*
whatever, she '! i nnot idle, as 1 am frequently in ebt- the representatives are responsible to ticed on infants ,
as, might have hurried is by t tk}
'led to her for much) assistance \\ith thechidren's nc" oftt'D yenrs in our age prevented the nqtion. er is found to be fur
more than she did, and then the bread 1t .' from set ring in the place of those< !the nation will, uT course be approved method equally applicable'
would have bern sweet and good. rarme; of by me. 1 lbs elected King adults, It is perfectly paiulei
I who seemed to be immove ,
What will iota think of all men, ,
: !Mr. Makeboo looked JTrowmngly ht! Aria ot the UclgidHs-.r-not their master !" and free from all danger from
this !' said Mrs Ma ieduo 'why Mary raptured in "ccstacy.
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wife and ,
daughter. Sosan, said i : The language has beet declared to bestrong in amation. Several)
1 lie to the former,' if Araminta had at weonh keep! 0 .e girl, though 1 I The party we bate since learned sound sense-and a better de. individuals
oten: think \thcrd's enough work in the scholars of the finrion from six to, eighty: yean
least been taught to wait on 1 erself a I given by Amer cannot be given to it
the house for two ; but it never en --- ---,- .- . of age, have already been
-- -- lei
little in this and
and guc some sliglt assistance tule city, they tru.
tcred head tocill on daughter .': A' MilL TO AMERICA ONCCWEEK. stored in that
my my A and itf
: in the house : Tcinity. >
Kitty would not bt thus merit prabe
-Xi/liceiiiS been '
I imposed on ; asft is, you have absolutely for help. Deir neshi-, is the one ; \ jI _----__ -u ..._ _...- the Pvst-office authorities iassed tha by The reputation.

," runed your child ; jet if you j melt waited on i in the family.I .' I Arrest of Father JarautaTho following ring the ensuing summer, mails, : will iu% inventor, who is a pupil 1 of Dt
; would dress her less foolishly and expensively -:: hope you will 1 e encouraged, I wi translate (rom the Spanish side I b" tuiumitted between Liverpool nnd,, Moll's is a sufficient guan.nfa

Ii I ; you would then find your*I san, to do as 1 have done, *ind bestow : the Free Amentap. Although not oth. '
self able to ketp mote help on jour la little of the carp jn her that you rI / date, he contain more minute ac Oritish| contract mail jackets, which vcntion.DlEU. .

1 i own account I motherbfstowediou you ; for fashion::1 ,of the events to which he refer. which" will' lease Liverpool for Boston and

: His wife,put her laced pocket hand-I able as you hate be come, you cannot I muv make him of ittterefctt I II t New Yotk, alternately, ou every Saturday f .-On Wednesday poma
t the truth that were taughtto ,, and will be dispatched lr,
disguise you from
Lcrchirf On the 23d uh Jarula arrived at Hue.
he eyes, and daughter work as well as me. Do you remember I : Boston and New York alternately the 26th of April last, PHILIP SOBS

) was )looking jbr a convenient place to [ when wr 1 1ed neighbor (tint It incognito, actORtpaRici) by another in-; iheir return voyage, every Wednes, on second son of Francis .u'd Pbi1Il
swoon and for fear i I Mbmnhe called Captain, atd pssaed
of another I It !
the scene, e country, the nany useful lessons I' the town without bung recognized:day This weekly service will com Bob*', aged 14 yean and 11 moeth
t unhappy husband and father left I:: i and when HJence: with the outward pickets j
'- the our mothers ga\eju ; our j .ix o'clock in the evening, they star- ; od Fifteen J*ar. 1 _and dead.
apartment.. j I the 8th of April, and with il? home.
/ t i present husbands e Durted) our favor. fur UufrtUro, but were diacoveicd
by a
J'rs. Maktdoo: went below to give tie thought the less I I ward packets in May, and mil continue Philip Bobe, bora on.the 2J of Ism ]
that lazy Kitty as she termed her, a J you suppose I who Immediately fanned the auth Until! the end of Nov mber, after 1833. under the guardianship Glii l
of u$ for being ItI I :>triou' ., L'apluiii} Lehirra and sis dragoons
complete blowing up. : ( time, aud during the foN!
It to It is different: a city, Mnrv I II I ecntlQ pursuit, M ho captured him about lowing rour months mails will IIPconve I J>arenf, sod (followipg their virtual,
me. Kitty, Il
J a deal you complain -; ;The difference, Susan, i i.. onlv' in 1 league thilaticc frvu the town When >'!dto Boston and New York;',-xamplea presented the most [faron

J where great didou about live nothing our own minds: d arbr:*. fi.:'m fa's>e j I bck to iluijutla, i>n 'looming 01> once a fortnight, instead of netkly _''I prospects of a Liight career, which a
pray before
tame here you pride. J hate chosen. to sink to first .I :! : '4lti nil., ((ring interrogatrd by the ([Liverpool paper. \\7 ,I much chracteru .,the good moot j juiliiirs
he IIS..fttl that : <
a ' aUlb'l ------ '
1 ,r The poor fill fairly roused, replied principles bcliting. it will MUC my (1,1.Ltd a rflJ1un| Li,* hod. CASE or CONSCUNCK. t In ccr- i!] oft man.

that she )lived with Mrs. H child much unhnp{' !1 1I i ill f Jtar: e.- discotcrciliLc, : had taken thai road I lain "Indies' Moral Reform auciei -." Humble to h'*, superior aair

whowBS something I'kea lady, rris'l The fate of nations epe,.d>, ill a great : I the ibtculion of proceeding iu Uutre.1|existing not many miles from the; 01 I pectful and'pleasing to all Item li j

never too much mot erN training and / : tare 'ihe bjnks of the, Kencli- the members -
peeled from .measure on a flowers"A! to j ll1uN'tlhtfIe Jiej'u.t l vf the I childhood he promised much* isrinlity.
. 1 used to know her *cry well, parents cannot le t 0 m .ch alne to \ frOIllCII'. were obliged to a pledge':: nut to .
Sit I up" as it istermetrdo, anything The education he riceitunder
did 1caiebtr n-spon.sit hues. I beg you
.. Irathr ,-ou their great
; S Becaux-: hsr ol.lctt daughter had wIn consider thi$ b bject deeply, and A NT ErJltrKA N NK\VS. die that might be supposed tu, bah. i 1 the principals ot good wri. |
i tendency, however ienuoteti imo-
t" S l It-ft slid for right wisdlence. m to direct YOlk, could: but render bin one day aaM
I. school and \iv\ thi- wished her play you. e\\ April 10 -The paikel ihip ilily One evening, as the presideat

to.l.amto work ; but white> there was Mrs. Makedoo d listened in si-! '<-< tsf.r ilrHeans "nheod41 trow was calling over the names, to know 'grateful to ,his parents, aimuble'to k j

soniucb help in the ',ouse, hc heo"nt I! ThennerU oughts went back \ I wilb tliree dajt bier uenafrora<< Cu- whether each member had kef( the obt I t equals, aDd-useful to society. if users

I.1 half chance ; so as Nancy, the other to her childhood's h mf'belutifulandrerresbing igation, a beautiful and highly respec. I 1 able death had not snapped 10 rromtIy.

pir', had been there longer than I had 1 to bet emory, as to hvr I 1 he King of 1'1 uttia I lies LUIdelhroned, !able young lady burst into tears, and 1 the thread of his' life.

; Resent me away with kind words self when her inho :ent thoughts and hi. minuter impmuiitd. Thcl'unce m being questioned to the cause la the vigor of his age struck **,i
'aid that she !eard she haJ/ broten &t
useful a.nd'l of a I had effected las presents. had made Eden
childish sports : an the toimcnt ohicineu. h' wasthrea
): uuruter o Tuliel" |j.zts.t.xs hate beta pledge. "Why. what, have you doncj'!
learn'rthink'answered, Make-,that secluded spot, when the gay song ] asked the President Oh," -obted!:into a bed suffering, the long for
dOD, 'that Mrs. Harris v ould do ad un-j ofthe bird$ a rak nedher from Dr.- kissed
early hl" lady
1 rrvoludon ", LoinUrJy IK: complete, I I young : mebe lion of which was only cestd ht
; J4 penteel a thing as la oblige her daughter ;health-breathing slumbers, and she bloody. Arch: Huh hirphen i. the I other night; when be waited on1ne the unshaken exectltor of him who h
I to do her housework ; and I'll call arose \\Ith the da wilight;hearted and i I home flora meeting" 'Oh. well,,
otVice of tlun
: there soon and fin lout for myself.' I happy, to perform her daily duties, : King) of roy Havana bas arJ'ah< True to hrr word Mrs. Makedoo President his kissntij: does hot charge
reality ,
,trifling they wet|. erphaps in i Prince Hovat, who has ascended the you :
I S called to see Mrs. Ha-ris, on the following ':but rendered impo tant and regularly i I : w uh th title of MaiamiKian the Sec make out that you broke the ple.
; Tuesday, and Lucy Harris, the exacted by a moth r anxious fur her i Oh. }hut that isn't the worst of it ie..,ing prospects ; the father is dirr '

u uklest daughter, answered the bell ;t I daughters we'fare and ever watchful:! Milanese, after a bloody battle, ob. !'1'1 plied'tbe kissedbim con backt" .cientiou* young lady,' ethic son the sister ha* no Ioitgn'

uhich somewhat shocked her ideas of to direct her jouthlul footsteps in theWay I I |H>t ession of the tit,. -- ... brother the friend has lost his rr-(

."' rrop ety. Why Lucy dear, he that brings ,be ace here and happiness ; K'ng Hanovar has acceded to all 1'he French gqvernmer.t: havseterrainrd and irmainabut rtmembratf
I nothing
said, bow flushed you took;-- ate in the wor'dto! come;alas! alas! !: demands and obliged himself *o submit I that the doctrines of Repubicanism -:

vou afetcr,or what lathe matter j:where stood she m w. It seemed as: bitter necessity; of calling Aunaliuk i ,'a I shall be taught in their and- grief
S to the Cabinet. chools-that the duths! of a citizen -' He is dead ; but )bj* soul, unmflJ
Lucy, radient with health and good though allthose cry lessonsand sweet I
I Icounse's shall be inculcated the minds
: into spirit relieved of the burden of&* *
said she well the is xpected that the Emperor Austria
humor was enti ell but, had been buried in grave ( ; '
of children with the ratechism
j; I[ along
. had been ironing all the! morning, and of her departed other. The rank I be compelled t. abdidcate Ihe throne. writing lessons and the elements of, nature aud flying the' home( fr

; 1 Nancy w as sweeping thp third dory j\\ccdhad conic up and smothered the i I I I >e Emperor of.Russia has ordered the !:rammar. M Carnnt Ministe1-pub,righteous, has rejoined his Cret t,'

S be told her he wou'd tend to her bell j'young budi,f promise; : bow, thought;i' to desut from bloodshed and anarchy.; lie Instruction and Worship intends to live eternally in Pradise.i .

in her abscnee. she have I fulfilled, the trust toward I'I : bill. refused to recognize the French Re- make the teachers of public schools!

; < Mrs.Harris now entered the parlor j tboscommittvtIto y cale. The way 1 throughout France, agents at the general -
and after i : Kin;of Naples hasjielded to aU de. tlections for the National i LEGAL tf i OTICEI.Administrator's .
Lucy excusing herself, returned of high life in a fashion bonud city; A Jem- .--
mad upon him bj tSe people. -
i % I
to her jvark. lA\ebirded! my jid mentacd b tterkno1edge
excitement prevails at occa.
-- -- --- I tfotice
S .i '' How do you do my dar Susan,', ; myc, ild has grown up by difficulties between the rich and C3":: According to the Paris correspondent -]!I ,

aid Mr.. Harris cordially, shakingj I beneath my eye!' i jnorant of all that : { -the former having betn compelled to of the Courrier des Etats,I NOTICE a hereby JiYell'to .0 pers 16"

her hand to her welcome guest. :truly ennobles and exalts our natures their doors, and the military called out Jnu, -the duke d'Aumale and prince.j that six monU fruit Adi1i5 sal ,

Iln very well I thank you, Mary 'j-vanity a nd lot,c : >f dress the only aim : notf. Joinville: both sons ol Lou is Philippe'the ofMlQUE date hereof QU1ULES.! ahalJ: aa the deeesle& '"

51 I And how is Araminta and the children I-1 ofhrr existence..J Polish revolution is confirmed. Four hue announced their intention of renoing >' tent my account .&4 v.neh rtllemenl lOtS' II
I their the United Stale and here lo th. honorable the Jadf rf I Ibate
: Tis too late ncw( Mary said Mrs--: Polc.left Pans to join country to & piII w
the Escainbe
for County of
4 O, deai, the chldrcn Art well, but Makedoo, as sb DSC i in hatse to take i I at Genoa, who had declared themselves tSlAL1iahing-thenueltel. to be cliltbarzed.

; troublesome a* usual though I don'tknow I Il ,departure,tis tod I li ite to undo the deep i I : from Sifdma, for the purpose of KENCONTUE AND DEATH II 305. QU1GUAdmis...-

mac 'bout> Uiuni.-Araminta injury I have done my daughter ; if1 a Republican Government. (

S is often dull, and.has no appetite at all,' she will have .p1>len ly of trouble, 1H.el I this ai.rival there is no intelligence (rem MISSISSIPI,-The Starkville I Penwcol JallCmp'ISla.II m I "T .

FOOT thing, as Mrs. Chick said of oldPombey's the rest of us arid i n hours of trials he, & or Ireland Whig of the 14th inst., has the I ia hereby given to all peiI**J
(8.x Days Later from Europe.) NOTICE that in ,raouw'from'" i
first wife I tear she will wIt, ierhapsandjUStly too; blame! t following paragraph;
\ York, April 21-P. M.-The steam. the,date hereof; I ball as the Adfluaw
f never be able to teafcfc in effort 'Tis her mQther rot ltt' teaching her bet-, : Sarah 8nds arrived to-day, having sailed We regret to ]earp from 101 MARIA aUIQ ..E9, 'dc worth while to ask for Lucy. ]! id how to bear itt account and youchera for]
hafd'y ler how: to meet a Liverpool on the 3d inil. Her news is Mr.Boyle, who is just from|tte my the Honorable Judge of Proba'
't she IDoks so rcnr rosy alma too w i'l' go home anc ta'k to my husband, important Greensboro', in Choctaw county -the Count of Eacambia,,and ak to kcharged. *

truth :*o to iu.t: ny' ta--1e ;b) the way,'I know his heart Wi i 1 galden at the I Austrian; troops bad been, expelled that a rencontre took .
:; iJi r I heard from my Kitty that von had prot-pert of a reform in this matte r i he Sardinia Denmark is p preparing (or between, a Mr. Clark and Mr. 303. AdXDinin'FenucolaJan. QUIOLEJ.-'

i ; put her to work, ind one reason fot!wi'J.eneontage! (ne tq do what is yet Disturbances .have taken J place .t S3lb 1S4S.- -tf'
know the truth of it and I ( Lindsey, in that place on Friday ...joo
my calling \nt: to I :In m) power :fo r Arajninta- '
r have you r....Ir done such an oat of,promise you'my. lear Mary, to try his declared itt favor of republican the i th I inat in which the NOTICE All persons indebted tetbl'*\

the way} thing I and take the Test of my chi'dn-n! in A larg lIumbe'r.or French have latter gentleman was shot in PALMES, d,.*1*Mjl
to make aad
ww required ,
S Jam.,;, happy to answer in thej good season fat$ t eir improvements wd Belgium, bat were driven back tho bead and expired instantly having claimiftmot fovowa Mid ".

affirmative, Sib.a. when she left! Mother, who cad this, go ye and Emperor af Russia is sending troops! We are not apprised of the present the MB within the tnM I
: PoUnd. Tb French arm, is moving to' ed bv law, ftthemiM th ...***I
school her i
I : occupation gone j,do likewise."ShorLvisita1ai. ( facts thai led to the difficulty, in kr at thtir recover '
: Great sgitaUon prevails :
became Iitle" and languid the North BONIAT .
.her1 but understood that Mr.;Lindscy FELIX
appeihe left her, and 'in our anzieiy i e eb s ," as the ( I France; LA Pre>>e comes Out openly t ", J ......-

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1,I lletu''! deptu I le trdni jusqu'a la clatanl Sam#k au dans let regions e6-'d :puis longues ann e. et adressee aIun 'saient si fort let oreilles du joyeux Est- c un mete g nois..- demands

fn tfifffi. pins aimple boutique,ne lea royex pas Icstes, et comme'un second toleil re* des officitrt> de ,1'Aron, dit. cure dl1 Mendon. I Ie marquis des Aubea. '

rl"BLISPaslr F. PIxPAea c. ion, ceux qul'vitent aous l'emp nariatocra.tique choffera.Punji ers enOer en 1'inondant I .* II y a disette de nouTelJeos.Le Richelieu, tout grand seigneur qu'iletait Je le crois, r6pondtt le mar cbal '
von regarder du haut da set birnfa*tans de|gluire -,et Tcillait i! <.
5OT I D I'ACRTrostursu rayons commitaire Clifford eat amy lei de- sans cease a ce qu'or I I avec un malicieux tourire. a
de leur grandeur arec cet air ddai- de liberte ! abondament besoins des
,jLA"u.tnE) I'LIPENSACOLA i puisdeuxjouri.L'opiniondeeAme-I pourvut : A tan/inner.

gttenr ,

: I *.. . n' tez-rous pu trop; I C'est dans ce but, sans doute, qu'aj t a : i i,
'ratifie. uns del'deputed IJ.cC.BB'-Mertr i Arrtl deer
t8. VntelaRe'publique; sera pas Quelques : df 26
BL.vr.. henreux dji que 'ion ne rots ecrase; : I Ie la !trois reprises differentes U .' tait In Tniurra BOBS'
I Vive TAmenqne Deroocra.iquet!, qui desirent plus pair fib de Mr. Francois '
pat comme des miserable. iusectes s. t I !de table et avail quitte la sale du t "
ne veul ent entendre de 15 !
i irr jurentqu'ils pas age lOS
Koos demando l'ttcnaon POll I I Et pourtant. Dieu sail si ce nest fas! I) 'banquet. i
& mains les Am ricains I.
n 4 Tjtri quo flow donnons ila. elai> e ourriere qui rend lee plot e.i imineos RESOLUTIONS, DE iL ALLEN j parler taissent, dans le que une force suflifania ne-'!' Chaque fou qu'il letoumait d sal:( ao -et .....ul r t I

to derriere pp & la putticmOB aenricw a,la "ociete i Sans el-! C'est ijne: we satisfaction pays '
UI atec que i j place, on auraii ',qi/fe ;
le pu remarquer
gouvernement 2
C pour prot gcr ; Philippe Bobc, ne le Juiu 1nJ3
,A1"Ce **'* teri ;
fires le tirerait des entraillea de la !
in qui nous offrons J& nos J lecteurs les rlso- eon regard chrrchait celui du chevalier
et je crois, au rests, qu'ils: nese rcunif sous la tuieie de ses paren et sutvaut .1 ,
joarosl cue deji w pubUai.c..rCrk.IJ \ a''re 1 les tresors qui j aunt enfouis 1 qui :lutions prose tees aux S nat des Etats-j f ront pa. dansle temps voulu. rt qu'un fin sourire elargissait ses I'example des leuis Sirius, grandissjit; '

. proit anjourdhui parmi:jaiimeiHerau Ics oisifit qui oareraitde \Unis par M. Allen,et qui ont eta ado P Voici encore ce que din &'cc aujet l levers. avec les prestiges lei plus favuratles I / .

c.f enodiqi** de Nouvelle Oile"ts. -] mille atours Ie item de la J belle. at tees par les branches legislativesvt ,i ie Fnt American .du 15. i I Vers l le milieu du second service, lee d'une conduite avtnir, qui cara(' rise i; '- .

L'Editeur .** fansportant son!amiable! rnoitle du bumainl President. Jus-
genre qui sanctioni acre encbaUn
; pane langues, qui paraissaiunt
"Nous bier bonne morales de I hom
l 1 d'iu. | avons cause avec un i iI If A : qualites
dam cette vflle. il parait quit a done root knit rt sanient seutementque { I .
Sjgc* en un ,! repousse 'Iu icj DOS le es, commencerent & functionner .
homme venait social.
respectable qui
i i idee de te iwttre, pour ainsi dire,!icombattre les bcrdes ennemies tou- des r araient etC offer- I d'arri-l;bruyament, et bien t tee conversations 1 me
francaise : vrr de la capitaJe. II est mexicain et i Soumis d see super eurs et rspertueax
\I centre de 1a population jjours prates a envahtr Ie sole; les pro- tea pour 'fehciter l le peuple francais I interrompues repriient lent
i mime de :desire ardemment la paix, mais il dit limabie: i toes. des son age da- r
les Euts-Unis, pouoirplaJ I prides dc leurs':. v isms! ,j''{'est ce pu sur 1 Ie wiompbp des i re'publicaines j 'cours.
'leer commui4ter I!que le Congrgs ne ratifiera pas Ie trait dolescence prometlait beaucoup d&ut' .
promptement ,encore nous, peuple lei qui, a quelques et que Miti Calhoun; aldwin etjquelquea i L'influence du madero sec, autaat
de France et deEurope 'tel 1 qu'il l est sorti de Washington. II sa viri'ile. L'.dueatlon, sous Us prin.
lei ''B0velies exceptions pros, inbissons toules ces autres membres: du Senat s'y| au moins que la promesse de Mme j
Emraettre no- i leD I converse, dit-il, aveC un grandji.Hiibre cipes d'une sage mor.'e"qft'U recevait
en gent chargesans de leurs be"nefic$1 f taient opposes' mail it en ignoraient de Monluc, avaient reussi & decider le
bur I le meme de re journal,. d'f'ntr'eux,qui tous s'accordent, I et gar Jail en cceur,ne pouvait a moms
opinion Oh qu'il etait btrjn: temps que la justice Ie- contenu..If I front soucieux de M. de Marcieu. Cn homme .
tous dire croient Cite inves- quo de I le rendre, un jour, un
dire, seulomenl f a qu'iU ne pas ,
de_ que ,
5t[> ressaisit rUDe fin son niveau et Nous sommes a mime de pou\ ir. lui que rompit le premier le silence
de ceder reronnaisaant & arena, aimabe! & ;-
mires 1 nnon- Us du pouvotr aucunr
_ jarnaax cuD:em de lautre sea balances devenues la les leu r utrrif Les void. Le mar cha. venait de s's'eclipser
grande recott)mandaL I partie do territoire de la Repub ique< sea egaux, utile i ta 56 ciete,. si la mutt
e'' gvMant proie dune caste! miMe de 1 Edrteer: ,et I eten let qu'en J le faisant, lie violeraient I la1 1 n'aurait pastronque aussi i prompt .
a;,, : qui arait jure defiles 10 aDtir. Est-il des Etats-Unla de! lorsque le comte lui adressa la pa- I I.
de *a e-or-pondencc> a' lie un fj-steme bumanit("ire et juste qui i rAmerlque Pile s tennis; Que tole.
JJurua1 1es ti Europe sontrfgnton '! de la guerre, fo: ont disposes a Dans la vigeur de son age, frappe . ?s puistc exisler Sags: legaltte de'antla .Je' Congres au nom du peuple'americam J'admire, en vente, dit-il la man I 6
J, oJ'a'8ntaJe. Ie du fleau do la maladie, fut jets daD run
,, 'IopM el: 'C : en voter paiement'Ilsconsemirontenoatrpaabandon ,
sec : lot! sans le respect et la protection in. rrs felicitations les plus 'iere galante dont vous ayes orne cette'Salle.
; -: Jit de simtTrance. la longue du-
sit cerement de Dert1''OI1 : : quo ,
Nuns dmduelle' sans !i'- ncouragement et vives a la na ion fran aise, pour lest Qui dirait que nous ,suupons j' -
ie lenirvpose ner tous !eu.s roils ala possession du I tee fularrelee seutement bisque 1'ir-
41 )- ce journal pour ,U recompense du: vraj aCrite en queU succes que1! s a obtenus dans la consolidation joyeusement dans une ancienne pri
dans n"n re Office i i ia rue des Texas pourvu que des commis!!aires,: esorable manditaire de celui qui a coot -
que rang, en quelque condition qu'ilse de priocipos son. -
nommes deux puissances solent cut accomplit sa charge.Le .
dearer patles nos jo'irs
C fsqt ** cur pourni-'Ut > rencontre! Voila I 1'egalite q'ue re SOilS la d'uo gouvernemedt re-! -C'est vrai, repondit Richelieu, 1
den fixer les frontie- s plus belles espe ranees nous soul f
$ arectaut lignes
mats nets a mio 'cuu charges
gsc 1tr dame tous les cceurs: bonnetes ; roilalegatite fllrJ dont la figure trahissait une certaine
inert du publique I navies: Ic pete est prive de son fits,
dans toe req: i -
que veatjle %rai sysleme repubhcaini -. Sect. I e.t de puis resolu, etr. preoccupation.
! A RO :CItE, (* qui nuns demons Le Monitor nous apprend quit y a!i la smut n'a plus Ie fre re. 1'amt, a ptr-
La loi agraire tail uue' Que Ie Presi eat des Etats.Ums stint La derniere fois que je la vis... I
sftmcn'tmeo' pour uou..",air pr eu le 16 mars, Santa Cruz de Rosales du 1'ami, et ne reste plus que le souvenir I -
utopie dunt LOUS avons EU faire bonne invite's meUre cease C polution n' tait.ce pas pour la fete que tout .
(. ijO... numem de ce journal I)), it trans (environ 20 lieues de ChihaubuaJ et la douleur.
to +-ipromptt justice t au miDistrel merican? .a Paris, avec I I non avez donuee I Ie jour de votre *
:oDS'I Ag'ii' pour uutretillr un engagement! dont nos so' 11 est mon . male son-esprit im -
Ras ureious .done 0 \oui. lea instruction e tee lrnuniJuer: au'goufemem.e f receptional'AcademieTPrecisement.
It a4en:oar d'ordinairesoot sOrt viclurieux. -\' mortel, degage du fardeaux de la na. r
ttureux de.jour !, riots; nc \oulooi pas| tfran,11is. me J'etaU un des con- .
1i, dr.'+' 1 bonne reu'ae a cetietjet : ;Lure humaine, voltigeant dans I'espace
"OUf R'ir ce que:'vous avez egitime-: Le pas dlit dcc remertfntene I M. vives; observa le marquis des Au
son Createur vivre
a' etrre anent its seulemeu d6.j Scion ce journal le feu au rait com-! arejoint pour eter : &
atq nous ous !Allen, a noble conduile qu'U a bes! '
pour '
nellement dans le Cie i
!' { neuf heures du matin etn'auraitcesse -, .
tnandous compte'de ce vous avezj 1 1'i itiative a dans menc: a de
que l enuc et quit prise -Eh eh iI y a quelqnes annees
; L\ dc"> !tes pi as inteirantes1 usurp : encore duel compte! celui deious 'cettequesti'I n. au soled couchant! que par;, cela, r prit Ie comte; je ua pourrai I I .

la-it sue m'o, recevoas depuwi. *- rordieen 'faisant'obsener. 'I' i la prise d'asaut de la place, don I sAm !
r.ppeler. ous -- -- .'-, ijamais oublier la mate figure de lai 1i if' 1i tl t} .
s i. !.s.,1 jjur tile seat refinement + ricains e.aeraient rendus mail res,
que pa notre pnncil'e ega- WASHINGTON.Demonstration i Imarquise de Ligny, en entendant, I II
ia JUmlution dt Fiance, tt a I'eiai -. l litslr, les range, les litres, les prerosi' l'lonnturdes ettne. ainsi que de 8 pieces de .gros calibre,,tCrebillon nous raconter la sombre et:! MEDICINESULILL! ! !

!.i>'''tttut: rune Repnbjique. Datives ne I preTaiidront en Opieecsde! compagne et environ mille I
plus pour TJUenir M PartsUlle! nombrcus as- : tn'steriease histoire de ce pauvffe de
unrv suut, et duerses ttaopi-" les a vantages sociaui le merite repay mousqueU. Le hombre des bet ct ,
semb'ec! aete teuue a 'Vasbin2tu.n, le !Marillac. Accable sou les impressions
\\\t\ n* J'"- (ohtique, et cumuie ne eul t"1) tour et pa-tout.En .. 13 du coura t, cn Hionneur de la Re- blesses de part et d'autra n'etait I 'etrangca qu'eveillaient en elle I [ ; i

larqaeut pas roe I uc drS personnel elfet, qu'y a t-i| de plus tlourde\ publique F D WC. line partie de pas encore connnu. Con AmyelTriasgouverneur j la parole saisissante du poete, el'efaiJit I AND :

.u oe,isein que la France jamais clc! que de mejttrc I latenir dune grande la\ileaet; < illuminee! et un grand et commandant de pace ( s'evanouir de peur. I J1jf[ J11 JI ;

"-fa fee nianiietitr en Republiqur, naUao emre, Iis t mains dun petit per-;.'uombrc de ( itojens de toutes nations aurait etc fait( pruonnier ainsi que tousles Beau triompbe pour Crebillon, I ,
iiuinme eclaires bien I
fete ues I .
pour ordres.I
sonngci,. u dun sang P'UIJU mom, :I les processionnellement. officiers sous see observa la petulanle duchesse de 4RRATED GENUIXC.Dr.
ont rues
le. dinner pucou '
# :t\rf': ? -mm ur o I
r. vL. sans con.iderer si mains de faire i une vieille folio ut' )1
/ cet Cette manifestation s est faitr I Mailly, peur T
1 'II -r': i Ieare du c mtrmire., nousi I J.
sun! impure: ou aetilege.l comme la I 1 iicULOTTEDERICHEUEUIi qui tombait en syncope en enteadantI !
,II'; ,* i-aj} n'1 l s.e d WVU\l prunon- I n"us les av spices de l'AuocidtionDIftDCNJI.q .,
ptu' >part de',toutes cedes qui out "i. I miaulement de SOB chat \ has just received a fresh L
+ Mr dc\V du
'a f\.au baiKjuet
a-ut11'k: 'lit1 d ti a ia cel''brat t'l\ > uotit. Ne vbudrait it pas mieux . A tnidi, in, une correspondance I La chasse! eulrail &:or'$ dans !a cpur: tin eclat de mire accueilit cello, supply cf ,

t-(,orier sea desunees: au plus Clb:Cur laquelle nous em prunttns ces d tail.,, du chateau Quelques inttans a'prls, remarque de duchesse. MOFFATTS celebrated Lift Pyl'. '
ta Rrwoluin
.r .a }rte tn I houucurde dontle boo bens, le de- reunis Vous riez, mesdames, s'ecna M. and PMnttx Esters: '
j Iaysan gro j inn alut de1! rente coups dr canon>tesh8tes do due se "
t la NouveHe Orleansi
ai'* a Dr.
; faatlfy Pills and
", i lOW" servir de';/eipre*.. KHi du "uemeut et .rintejjrite j 1 to seraient un tur:etc tire que Ns pavilionde''dans fa salle manger, ou les aliens:de Marrieu un pea pique. Je puis 641HZDr. -

dirunsUf get t de son re'ryct.p'our ce depotacre France Eias-Unis itaient simul-' dait un souper delicieux. !Uous declarer, cependant, quo la GORDON'SF--l, flu '
: d fa Lmtttuxr
Aar ,
: nous 1 ;; ltan tani'S'; au souffle de la brise!. Le coup d'ceil etait magaifique. :i marquise c' tail pas la seule & 6prouiver PETER'S rati and LEE'S Pills.

, , Oui, ce prod estj tent fois pl fera-I .* I "w.rlit.
'r dicsun CM un eclauntdementi tile, a moin de crpirc .que sa brebis:,al president ilu .jo or, et t:sail,.Richelieu, avail apport le gout t avail dans le recil de Crebillon quel- for ('.dk. Jddff, ermttt-at" b w

ere .& foJ' de ceez qui pretv dint cut ere site par! le jbon plaisir ou lapa quelques ofliciers ayant pns leura I+ne I plus raffin ,les rechercbesles plus que chose d'effrayant en verite. La Store.Palafosj l Street Pensacola

Bel I t >ft ,'e neslpa! a ssez edauee lure,, du loop.! ) mais comme d'apres les repreaenlanUde : soiree etsittres avancee, lea lumieret'
sieges au banquet I ((vises. -
en pubuqrie. Mr.' dcp eclat incer air'ricer ciiilfcateurr, nc jetaieiit plus qu'un ;
'. nos prog ei nous batons la Franc :, d'lta'.ioetde: llrlande,'I Depuis longues annecs, )'oroemen- IIElY'"R CIDIElIIT. '
q. e<4 et I Its vaste '! mould
on oavrier. OU\"rlf'n tes eufarrs d'une mere et puis cette : sale a en'
que luus me me 'de la rul ;ne, de 1'AUrmagne, de: 'tattoo, int rieure de Rueil avail etc
' :: mtn e *gal i ceiut de Mr. de ont des iinb'abts: dioits au panage 'laSuisseet'et'Ecossefurentaononce' s {veloppee dans 1'ombre, et surtout lee tt
:< I '
II rem place e.
>ere* fuunntllent en France.Lorsque i ternbles souvenirs le ova I
de son dumaine.jnouj: pouvons done a et prirent lace I en quahte deice-'! Au luxe lourd et severe. de LouisXIII que poete
ton r tnprend I eiecci-e de la Iiberl quail avec la dramatique
Juste titre, demaoder a notre mere pa- E presidents.I avail succede cette decoration puissance -f
: uime >Ir de bien le luiconnaissez,tout cela don.
Verejr, on a vous
' ,title de ne pus kious Jeshriier! a 1'a- : Apres a oir n'endu U lecture de 1 icoquette et l legere qui dutingua: le que
. .
/ran: df ifclamer le droit politique. I nait a cette triste scene ua caractere
Jku'r.rt '''venire, d Nre containment fur Ie qui !i jdeuxlettre'< adressees au President:, regne de Louis XV. sombre et saissant Noun retentions U. S. Ia i iI

r.: c *rsarsdtoytas. vive pour repdusser! les usrrpateurs ]par MM. James Buchanan,secretaire!; Les masjives boiseries de cheneLI I ..
Itous moins I'effroi s'etait
plus ou
it west bMf! i douxde ,rewr en ce .qui cant tuojours prett n prendre jd'Etat .et''' Walker, secretaire dc II avail completement disparu. Main que I a! I II .
I I !empard de Mme de Ligny. DAQLY\ ML II
JVI iclenae payer ua iribirt dhom-jammais 6 dbun r. n'y me me a gagner. JTresorerie. s'excusantde ,ne pouvoiihonnorer 'I tenant, les peinturos de Vanloo garnlssaient Richelieu interrompit le narrateur. I

des au Hero de Fe tier, DOS fre- Car. ID qomprend, et C'est de toutejutticc le banquet de leur presence,, les plafonds, et I lee mum dUparaissaient : -i : I From PENSACULA to OBILE, ' I

qtn vienaentenceur de terser. leui' cejut rend its plus This tine II ttieled with sew Cestbe. .
e qui s n6ralilcCuba seri de Des
qi ':le g present une e! 1 sous led chasses Voyez done, comte dil-tl, ,'effetde I

*causes.-ear .-' grands ten ices! doit obtenir la plus,de resolutions patriotiques qui f'trenl L 1 l1; porter et d'Oudry, quencadratenl de ;, vos discuurs. Mme de Montauban_ (Troy bailt ) good ID or LOBe leami, and ,
r iViTuI! and dnrera.Leave .
grande recompense. Ainsi doneque[adopt II; Punanimite, moi,:s un'charmenten' : mignardises'de BouCher 1 i jet de Bouzols se sont rapprochees de t
w aiae leurnotn en emportaot den' PrntiroU duly it S o'clock' f. M, .
celui nest nt ni de la ;, .
qui asses gencreox ',oil; et M l. Morse Leuisiane, : leurs cavaliers tea eourcils de Mme
'ombeietilre: memorable de san.ra '' fortune travailler bien de.j Et quell ebangemena surtou\ dans! ; Office at Mtsm Gunulei fcGom
'jassez poUt au Foote du Mississippi, 'Thompson d'Auceil vtennent de se contractor et

reo de! la Libe rIp -. bon lie ut aassi 1 'common, tans en rfclamer la retnbu-; rtnnsyJuie, Stanlon de Tt'nneuee'tt \I cette piece ou nous venons d'mtroduirei 1!'un frisson agite lee m mbres de notreicharm&nte i Leave Mobil.] daily at 2 a'dlock P. M.

ant qat i tavent s, digaera t C"UNuerl'cturet0mincncea I Office Maoaida: HAM '
lion de : droit mais malheur chasseurs. *
use son ; a dp Washington, harangue i Athenals. C'es ncn'm e

detions tin Lesbene-' lui ail voulaiteri buser. gent!' tour a tour.les convives, qui s e;j Li ou resplendissent les lumieres eIi \ )de Use gallA que vous venei: d.- com FARE SIX DOLLARS.J. '

acgtnises.Q mood. < 1'1
tW Je son heal't'udiel'l chore el belle prance, noire mere a- musique joyeuse, pow rj i, francs ct joyeux, qui reconnaitrait:damne & manger de ce plat. Pciucob, 1.Marc* 18-13.

de conclto"ft.DI. done, te trouva'dans la dure cestite 'aller jouir,:( u coup d'ceil l tJu'CI raien1i t L cette sale! lugubre ou sedonnnieni tee;I Un laquais presenta au comts une

.lmi!*. Bne socifti i NEWIOODS. l'l'I
*, t w uombreuse el t 1 nombra des sei enfans ce qu its cro- merit illumines.I !convivea seulementl: Ie cardinal Tin-: faire i pima d'aise. le plus deticat des _
capable d' !
pptcier 1 U portfe dt'-1 y tent Cite en droit d'attendre d'elle, vile et Ie bourreau 6guraientt'Mils I gastronomes. OneprtceforCoodaaednedtlatl.o. i iI

SWSQOBI quee new q&iaer et deiti 1 ait ; M. de Marcieu gouts le mets en fin I
et autre here adoptive contrastes frafpaient
quMoe pu y' cei pen
reju NOUV LLES I l'
que je teiu corobattre, .connaisseur. I WINTER CLOTHINGS.
tupplier. tre de dans moment ,
> ce piuvait- on motif lee chasseurs ce .
***. diatrea leaps ga dans d'autresf 1 oubli instantanct, mats grand ella are I I j Letnouvpltetrelativrsautraite soot t':|' Tous ces elegant l gentilshommes I:i -Eh ben demands Richelieu, q.u'l! II. F. MAGEE has joct iW T.d a far- ,
eusrt py paraitre un into -, trouve'sa et qu'elles'em- peu satisfaisantes. |toutes ces femmes l legdres, et co- en pease voas. : .elected nock of Dry and Fancy Goods ,

tirarpaleur. an ton der I.'ieres dates de \ 'for! ibis ieann, to which b." tb.sttnltion . : ,
llre Aux Queretaro
I peut ,>I pretse de noDS m offrir a tous let savoureui -I ,''iqurtles' ressentaient bien alors, Votre cuisinier, qui est un 6Iere du j

bqueaee to "u n titu d ftre aD orateur pat fruits. Iqui done, s'il n'est un,le Coogres h' tait pas encore en nom-'j comme les deruiers des morteis, les;grand Vale I, est-il digne de toumer la I Peas or the pnblle. '
Oa par miner 'w f s cola 27 Dtt. 1S4T- -
Main' tin 6criraine 'enfant denature, peut .resister aces. effete aperitifs d'une course rapide broche demon artiste g noi,,.'
adalateer I
ne bat qt o'attraitt' enchanwur, i cetle ineffable Le Monitor du 11 blame hnutement i avait duce heures En
pie 'j qui plusieurs !i Le comte aurait bien yank criii-juer

awes artisan,qoi. au risque de hie k;beatitude qui met: ie baume au crone i lies inembr nombre de i langage rulgaire, its' avaient fait 'imais, en dCpit de sa bonne volonte,! ALL HEW-ALL fiONU I : -

tuscqubilitea. unailuOI.tIproprea 1 16, la pour
et trantporte Tame dans un ocean de. I i I Kheruel Iui-m6me et Ath6nas! tout'it ne put mien tronver a reprendre au '
eipoaar'ta fran '
at lei 1 bonneur Tousnont irons e'pruuve;' : !amoureux qu ila 6taientjle comte de mete qui scout de lui 619 terri Trop, .

tt -to Tab, retie douce coturaoiion: au premier Un del c rrespondants! de ce Jour.I'IMarcieu malgrt sa cole re concen. I envieux,cependant, pour ac orderun WINES, &.. ,

i coD tDreD'. qll.1 insqil appet de. cetle mere chine: ,tous nine'1 nalr tidant i Queretaro pence que'tree Bubissaitntigalement! cette taste eloge, il rfpondit par one exclama-, tit" B.f 3.Ltrr.t.I.rrF..Ynrrr ./ \

IJt don Ie cos rages le jCbsf r4i tr " llecUmeas 7 avons pondu d. bouche ou de-tout pen j indcessil* de notre natur. ,tione! unmoavcmentdetetepawaWe-t t tmentambigue.

seat t'I' 'riplhticaioa. eeul I ttigeou ca.' rceur; tons nout:aaurons nousmontrer Herrara tefa' rio se president, une I Les deux premiers donnaient ainsi ;, TK aitdtnifne:if hat jut t npcnrd a new Sl ref .J. -

.I.. ,imancipent, DOUItout 1 difnes d'e lie! majoril6 dejce corps s'dtant pronon-, raison au vied adage latin. C'etait an biais poursoutenir, sans; Dry Goods, Grocerlr<; Wise*,tUifmtth :, ,,'' I:

prop taim", quel'arbtocra l e! 'France vent la c ks Lajtupe ri( n6talltion Sine cerere et Baccho friget Venus. I II la compromeUre, sa reputation de fin quality lately rfcaifed, la;aalc r .

a leapt tide too lei pAJ'I des id e. tt d.i cboaat videuaet, lies penaea quo Ie trait era ratifi6 I Pendant tout Ie premier service,Iconnaisseur: I Wholesale and the t lowest, rite. I

"_ abmtir poor en faire dej I'd qooiqo'en disent see detracteurt, aveo leg modifications quay a feitet. Ie le feslln fut done extrfmement tilen-I-C. ragout est eicellant, s'6cna-t All Ordert for the above Anklet*,,w__ill.-bi: .0;_"

r h.. "satarne Elt'Cic' touJO' a Pili&ta: i boa jtant avoir betoin de raviver tet IIIsea .... Con grit de cieux. On n'entendait que cu bruit ion de toutes parts. .put .p at the shortest 1k. #ti Zf'. ;.'t..I: .. r

COmllM' i LoUt j mi*ret au foyer 1;, det autret nations, la: D'un ant cdt t une lettre cnto de clair et argentin d.u' flacons, dills four- I -Nou* n'avoru jamais rien mange! ,< ., r. AYHARD.e"' t -- -

caprices t . Rjpubliqae. Fran9aise I porter son e',i Mexico par I un Anglais' .' gui i 7 reiideWahiofton. ch'-ttes et des .auiettes qui rejouisI de ptreil. ;s. -i J Pe '*rcW. 2T Dec. IS 17, ,, -r- _

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t THE CONSTITUTION .a e -- rstr irt 'r.er__ 1F71s ].Cav32
t OF THE 1 4 't the Pcniaeola "
OoTenaeiit Street, opposite Public Square,

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l A.t Dale Rapt Ky per 1: 7 ., )-2 Naval' Starts ;- .,
Cc Journalvcllc0rle"an3 a'la
t and NEUTRAL.OFFICE.. I Northern .. Taf". . . bbl 175' ..
Proposed agreed to the per
I ly tous les matins., ..,.. . 'N' Bread, Navy p. lOOjC 300. 3 i fiG Pitch . . . . 125ei:
#. third General Assembly; subject except Ic lundi. Pilot r. .' . '. t 400 450 Roam . . .
DirLs; 011'J4.\HSO, 814\ 'B di' Crackers . '
r. -.r to the action of the next PRIX I)t I.\ ONNEMENT:' CiitttrLARs; : !' COASTINtitvlAYIFISTS, Beetiea* Yellow p.X r' 21 23 plritsturp'ne Varnbh right p.gall. 42. '

S General Assenibl (payabis d'avance.) I1LAXKS" HANDBILL!! Bricks- Lake p.1000 3 00 GOO Oil' Linseed per gall 00 +, 4
:ic. English Fire . 00 Fr basket 12 bottle 00
-- Par mois .. doll., 10 CARDS' 'WAY-IHLI. Bottles, per cross? Jlite casks per gall 100 4th
rv-i ? AX ACT to amend the 12th Clause of ,Par tl i1l1e Ire. 7i 3-, .PA:UlIII.1i1'I! A. x. English Porter . 750 (8 Sperm Winter . 12)' i t;

; the 4th Article of the Constitution of Par . C French Wine .I00 700 Fall. .-? I J 5
1 1k '" \ serves n Draft. . .. 100JCCt 90 Summer. isI
: this State, *> that the Judges the p. 1 110 1
Clrctitt Courts shall bond their offices Par an \1 . '. 12, 1'rintfd to order,with the(utmoit promtttude, and to the satisfaction of >tft<<. Rio . . 01-2 7 hale. refined. . 53I20Q tl
7Mn La oilo . . . 63-1 .
all who tarn the Office with their .
for a term or elsjlit yean, Instead ofdnrlns Les abonjic tlatcronl may patronage.THE
mcns no -inferior to mid Tankers . per bb I

f geed behavior. quo du leri du 10 ou du 20 de -- - .- - -- --. . . Java v .. .a. 10 Cas'rs. .pgalr'I1S, 1
Laeuayra i . . "T1 1-t 11Oil CU w :t' per tor
SECTION 1. lIe it enacted by chaquc: mois. St.Domingo. .' b 1.2 63-4 l'TorfliC'1I"perbbt I .

' the Senate and Hwsc of Reprutntatives '" Les persb r lies qui a'abonne- JVJSUTRAL.A CtoeofeJr, N.1 p. JE ]0 Beef mesa northern .
. "
NO.2. 9 western II
the State ront 1 our ctrl an ct qui paieronl Braziers' .;: It l4Jbb tli
A' of of Copper p. 37 2 50
Florida'in General As 'e1 d'avance lenrix:; de Icur abon, WEEKLY LITERAL! JOURNAL\ Sheathing . . 2ti 1.2 SO India mess per tiPnme
nemcnt, recic rout, eommepriI Canjlts per jG ':me*3 , kt 00Sperrn'ewsctlfort.l
convened That the Clause PUBLISHED, EVERY r FRENCH AND ENGLId'1Lc.1simQ00e.c
12th I 30 3110.7 Prime +;, per b 15. 1.>
of the 5th. Article of the Con gratuitei/, en jolies bro- Naotuckut 30 B. Beet;. ,-. 450 I,
rhurcs at fur dc] i i l ; : Tallow . . . '
et et mcsurc 10 12 Cargo 1. . ,
stitution of State be so Adamantine. . ,. 0-1 :l3 l>ri a .
it t les fcuillelons0AMER1CAIN i-; i rI'f'rx 51-2 1
cur Public on
amended as to read as follows, I PROSPECTUS{ ; Stearitie . . . Ton ors. per do 750 I
vix: That at the of 1 FRAN! :' ill- Corhe:,, per JCManilla IturkCte r.ptl'bh 850
1sbrira dans I 1'1 tours de I'ann6c At a time when ,the desire for: information i is so generally . . . 10 17 Mess (:* a . . 8 saj
the present term tof office ofthe Tarred American 11 : 111-2 31 0 t.a.. . 7t5 73
Judges of the Circuit Courts, (1-0( volume r..ncais environs. manifested amon the people every. vrhfffc, nnd particularly Rusia . . . Prime . . 615C
*-> AT J4 j M. . bbl Iii 175 PO . . ;. .
with the hereinafter %,* i Hosiere est l I'A. among those of this new Continent; when the love r7J per

k menlio'ned exception, the Justices of the I I'gent du Iii ANCOAniEniCAINle 1 jf Literature, the Arts and Siences, Politics, Commerce r5&Western Caunel. .per erbid ton ;::*> fiacoti Hog,round Horns pent eeL 3,1.1'''." 7il il ilil

Supreme Court and theJudgesof I celte vile et environs md Industry, seem to demand an increase of the alreadyxtcnsit'c ritltr. Northern p. t bbl 300 :: 90027i( ( du caivast'' . d "
tints, Vnlvel p. ]O((} 1 fill( Sides .'' 4
- of have
the Circuit Courts, shall be elected Nlar i 1.1 tUViI.NUNT. means promulgation, we thought that thi )trek, ftussm p. bolt ll i p0 : JO 00OOt Sbould.h . . I

for a term ofcight yci.r., publication of a new journal will be the best means of contribUlingour English . . . 12n( ) ; ) Lan . . . . 3M2f
; I II mite toward the attainment of this noble 'o1)J'eels Raven 'I. . . 1 t., 9 C'. 8uUer. (Obtn r i !
and ball hold their offices for
I : Am, N. y a IO1 p ydJJM .Ii 3t Western . . 13
that term, unless sooner removed ]; .1 i 1t l Many of our friends, who fervently desire the success of j: per ton Cheese, American sI i
Logwood \'I\II1I't'ielJ: (X). : SAW Pine! Apple .... .
under the provisions madein our journal, have urged us to publish it in the French and ,
.. .St. l umiii.'oi> Ja: (>0) : 1-It'I() Potatoe per hhl 1 roFu..tic 14
this Constitution, for the removal S e English languages, to which we acceded with a view to en Tuinpico 1000 : 13 IX' ) OfHOfB . . . :aw( 3>f

of Judges, by address( or i large; its circulation and usefulness with rbat' class of persons IndtlfI ; . per 1 555 1 5 Ibetrr Lon ton p dUI :2 00 !i
Madder . . L! 15 Northera. >efbbl gO
I ; | !
impeachment ; and for .wilful DHLH 0 0 J. g wno understand both languages. At the present time 8. . i per bbl 800 ; lOl) Nortcrn Ale . Q
of ( other the French has become 'essential' branch in I lour t lIhl' Ran.lutat 011si
neglect (luy,| or rca- Prom PJ NAH\ AinitlLG. language a good per I+erA

sona blecauseuv i1 ichshall not be This line .n pt' ked "with new Coal h and well finished! education,. inasmuch as it is used in almost Ohio Illinois&1'.MissonrA Sllpt'rftlh't 4 ;; = 4371.25 bp tioves.ers. t..s..aot: . .. .. JiJ.. .. ISi1* 2!

sufficient ground for impeachment (Troj built ) jjjo! iutf'tOil| teams, ami.ttfig every country on earth, nnd because it affords pleasure tp SL Louis, ':ity .. 4371 ... 473 UiRgt'r,rare . . 11 I

the Governor shall remove tkifull. rid an >iju d. dru.f'''. perceive an increasing disposition in many of our fellow-cit Sour . . . . .._ G"'I1.hl.; . U J\ I
alhr-s . . Jtojr ; Nutnwgs, . . . Ott
1- of them, on the address Leave rrlli'l! dad, tl i i> "'tl'r.' Atk izens to understand and practice the beautiful language ol . per -' 1
any ,,. I" 'f . per tierce 7 TO 1 -O r"pper . : . 01 Cf
1 of two-third! of the Gen OlT 'f I 1.1i's I; f" '. .n..I.' 1 It t .r, Prance. ,'i tsA,
Leave Mob !4 y r .: .' i VPIUS Mackerel :NJlp.bbl 8i'OoO: Io 1,) S"it-itr. L iw |*..tJL
eral Assembly; Jfroridcd however t :('tJ'i c' '(jUt I It t is our intention to entertain our readers as best we can N' JITi . ti ; ', II the Vitv . . IY

1 bat the causes shall be without interfering the politics of the day-in which we" intend :\) 3 . 5)11; S ;, 'I t n Manlatt, . -.
statcdat'Iengthi.such! i address FARE S I X [} ; i i. n rriiig . P'ir LXinunuU ,-10 t 1'.1 H.uana, W!:!: . 7F'Uif.
; to take All well written communications will
< no part. : YeMww . . a
< rJ : "i
h and entered on I lill Journals of < 11.\1 x' "rr" be inserted without comment-merely relating the facts in S. !\bcI'11\ . I'i !rjfci;; t. la: ., Bru\\tl . . 4 1..I
each House And provided, Pea.',eclat. : 1lar'.d'tc It . . I LI, lit, &':tOI. :. i h.) I IRairinvM
to with the the t1Rl
trdcr current events
) keep juf day. .
pace ,
1 1.'uisia-- .
That - r'1-1 1 R, p. tlo'1: 70 loot 11
further, the cause or { < 'f \ Literature, the Arts, Commerce and Industry will.Hud > -MfcL ,. I I'taritkt' $ . . . 7 5
causes shall be notified to the I; . . Salt -
Jud intended] to be removed II n place- in our columns rr"H'; . . .j. j f Li pi. I ae !... ca I3
MED1! I i..E: s j I .
rig; Dn'iu . i'r.t.1 1: f'II'u 11i
In the duties of Station "
} discharging our wr will mleavor \
and he shall be admitted to a Lemon.. . p r bo\ -1- 47 a l'oU..4., .,!. .. 1.J.J 1 I
hearing in his own .defence, : to consult not only our own but the interests!' of oiif mitrons, Oran ?;t-, ,. . . ',! OJ a fHI n -t:'rf> . l

i : before nl1"ots for such removal t l [Fir' { >1 tnd the public generally. We will endeavor with all our ability l CrainVhat p. Si) 95 s&iItpatrertttnvdperA) 8
Oats. i. 2730U ensile . t
to advance and the education
AND < improve system of public ; -
shall pass : and in such cases Corn in air per bbl 33.Sr per
the vote shall be taken by r tt foFD yeas W D JI1 J ij, the most celebrated American and European journalists Beans,. , per bbl! 175 I' OttKfNo . w ; 41 i
and and entered the .
nays on Hunpmcdtr, NtJ . 31-L
Journals of each House res- WARRAA'' GRXUINIJ. Tho NEUTRAL will be published; every Tuesday an good paper Common. per keg 3,0 Sfifit pet
with fair and will be edited and Sporting . . . 000 Brandy Champagr: T.J
l type revised
a gentle
pectively.) Dr.T.Bl QSMIIAJIecciucd 1 by ,
7iii. p. box ot.'iOli Bonliaux: ? . 1 eo) i
SEC. 2.11et it further enacted: nan, of talentand education, whose services: he so kindly of American 8 X 10. 170 200 m ican . 30 a
That the Judges first appointed has just: a fresh fercd us. ..'..-- 10 x 12, : f tN)(} 2.iO; Gin, lot! and. .. 110 I taa
sit!j jdf! f t-- 12 x 1'3. 'l75 :325 Amrican . 40
under this amended Constitution MOFFATTt'ftnd celebrated IMt Vllh OF SUBSCRIPTION.I''ftmpt' Western p ton Rum Jamaica . 1121 2
shall bo divided blot i'lif-Hir if lent \V-a1et.rotoo. . New England. :tl 8
) 'amlrr 1'111., Dew-rotted , . 00 00 11500 New Orleans. .00 1
into four classes. The first I tJr. IIIIHIArt: 'S..f' ant For M 00
one year, ?
Salvft i Hacked. . . I \Vb."e t Rectified 151T if
I. '" class shall hold his or their Dr. UORDOfPETKJl'S 'S l'' rtt''U t'llitil / For fix j month,, 2, 00 $ I flyable 'TI.aclva1Jce. t lay. . . per ton 1200 1500 mon . 101' 13

oflieo offices for the term "Il'l ',hi) t.Tm'slli.. I/W/i: per.; AlcoholCom . .. . 50" A
or V, JJ. Yearlysuburtbbers will havt the<< tuilrgt of inttrttng Business
< ewegrads
I Alto n 1 trf i ij$ ipply\ of ramllt/ .?t'dr- W 1 Mexican: flint (01-} 7fnoo'o pec;
j of two years, the second for!rf".which )he ,'Mint the .malt>,t prbl ' i nwnl1.. Dry malted, Mexican Choice a at LIperjC 6141t... $

I ,iho term of four years, the third'j ft, (for ('.,./.. -+ tlt'lu.rail.. -I't hi Wetiaultcd! . . 3 :' Fine . . SI.4 I
\hc I I Irug) Sio.. 1 ( Street, Pcnsacula PRICE OF INSERTIONS.. Dry countr y. . :; 6 Fair ., a
fUr term' of sik ycare lliclfourth i Crr ItO I wort pi" . per too ao vo t . . 31-4 J

for the term, of eight ALL NEW-ALL; GOOD 111 1 ! Advertisements. will be inserted at $100 per square of Country bar perjC 41- Inferior, . .. . 2 '1
} I 00 i Tallo.d 1t.
| twelve lines for the first, and Fifty Cents for each subsequent .pertorSwedes '
years.Pasucd aborted.! 0000 Tt".lm rialp.r.l 40 V
[ the Senate br the DIljV' GOODS. insertion. Hoop . . perJL 0 Gl-2 Gun pow, r. . . 33

Constitutional majority, December Advertisements will be in the Sbht . . . . S: 51-2 It soil . . . 20 itDOOR.
GHOCKHIKS I WINES published language desired
\ ,
Nail Rod . , 5 61.2 YouugPoachorie Hy soo, 15
22, )817. Poised the Comic \It.11'/rlP.V\ ind ind if in both, 'a discount of 25 per cent will be made. Castings American 3 4woo Hymn skin . T 40 -

House\ of Keprcscntativds, by l-"rI\" ., iiI, Ftntacola. Dumber, yard prices ; '. 20 I
A liberal discount will be made
the Constitutional very ] to yearly or semiyearly -. :Bds, pine w p- M ft -2i: 00 .ViAtI. _
majority, The t1nd t.; n rf a.jl..i nftntA i ntw 8111r. ,, advertisers., -yellow . 1000 1000 Madeira j per gallon 100 .
January: 1818.] . (X) Imltatioa 45 1
17 100
f Dry Coft dj'IG or i rle Wlnev cte. e Cypress. t
i' Pensacola. Dec. 6th, 18 7" Slaves, c peri200 30 00 55 00 Tenerifa.r'v 75 J f
(tlie tH''It '1uah1j I hiely rrceivf' All Florida} papers will w o Lhd cx.00 3000 Sicily Madeira 75SO t.A
I Wholtule and jlUlail,(>t the lowest prirr.'AH : ,
PIMD Jl. & Co. Publishers. S
publish, provided not more French butt* 25 00 13 00 Malaga, Sweet, '
) Order (or f 11 to above Articlea will b .. woheadin2iOOLead 2900 D ?-. # 30 9
than 20 doll is charged. put at the skirt' tL hotie. j 70 Port ,. 45 t'
up P. r.o N z AIFH& cfe: I VINCCNTE RIOnOO, Big. per 100X 3 375 -rCUrrt a W" r
April 20, 18JS., j P. AYRIARD.Ptniacol Billiard Hoopi < I Armore, and Black Smith,alt.Baylen Bar, . perJC 41-4 4161- ,I ord p.cask 11 ii)'
___. 11. ___ __ 217 Dec. 1817. beiween Sheet. .tt. . 6 ercase..2oor..ime.
-- ., - .. alafbx. at, Gotemcnt f Imendct.tiIU3NRY ( iti' I Western p bbl Marseille? percask 1550 '
NEW ESTABLISMENT\ -- -- - -- --- Thomaaton. . . 1 30 1371-2 Catalonia cask 1990

-.....- N E. ODDS. liVER, .'. ., il. ROCIIH., Camden . . . 1 25 1 311-2 [per gallon> :30 :1Ildaua
. '
,.. . Dry Good Store, l j t Bakery ( . per gallon Ch.impagae'to. dot 600
fop C and de rtatlou.WINTEIt
One price a uo
llrssrs Gor.zalcCq.. have opened a rlll..r" *t, corner la.tfndtatit; Bijicn it, corner ol Gemment. In the City . . 14 18f'aol,MeJ: per lOOf.
ilIiardSlilaoton : - --- ---- On Plantation . 15 American It 10 ,
p Ie!: { Palafox: street CLOTHIIVGS.B. p.
I1. de 1 .1 UUA. L.U AYITT1: nonEnT O :
between Govcrment and Intcndctiliait i AT zi&< 4d a 20d per j;
1 P.3IAGE lrujuc1 received a latl' Clothing Store, and Public Auctioneer Reading loom and CotT Houtr, < 43,5,5 < sI
i i
.J ) a of
style elegance unequalled by
any establishment 9f the kind in the selected .lock of I Dry and 1"1 cy Cood I _1'.1..fot._ tt opposite] the Square, Palafoi it,opposite the Square; I + _, .:.
tot thin seu' rn. ito which ite invites Ibe ,Un
The"popularity of the DAVIDSON, JOS. *
city. proprie- COLLINS Cc. EXCHAMEo.nlON (
i. lion of the plLIc.! j .
t : tors! will insure l them an cxtensivej,paR rent cola 21 .t. 1611'l Auctioneer and Cotnmitsioa Merchant Fancy, Coot arid Shoe Mater.Oo .
roh ge. Store it thoV>,t.Gate of the NAvy Y rdjP. lotendcntia. >5treet< Offosit tht '
-- -. -------.c.- r i 1 - '
l-- cAj J..1NDA>R---- M. dOL: }) OnTJI A CO.{' .' l ZCXON HUCIIBT, 'L NDON . . '. : y c 3 7 t 10'c) a f )6 '" ct. -
I t
llEG'iJLAlt: PA CKE'rS. FOR TS.M.t'f J'THlJF.IPBJLJ Dry Goods Store; .j' I Family Grocery: Store. Ox FRANCE .. f OUWlII
: I , -
1 I ... ...... _
. i -=- Palafot st, btweeri Government Inttndcftt.Jr. ,Corner of Inlendentia and: Palafpi .t. r
Too Ssloop SALLY and ON NEW-YORK, at 60.days, 2111 a' 2 112"cf.. Mf.
E."' TIiPIiANIy, will I.IJJH. I .
.aclcetabetween 'z- J. nltXAIIA! ) ,3. Hi BROOKS : : > 12a' 1Vl ct'
Ieu Do.
a- I DAY or THE VE .. tun sight 4 V .P!'
L t cola' and Ibo Nary Yard, and ---- Drugs, JhJ"mtP,sail\ C'bemiuils Hloft. Dr1G: oda 8t ,-- oniei of Palatal I ;;; .' '
..if |Uo" lelrnt Milton and -==Sunday 2 9 16 t 23 30 Palaibx at. between Gofenjieul and Intend' ., ;and 77sragou.t.J. ON BOSTON, at 60 days sight:, ./ .- "t r); 11 It ct,

r- oihtr plMritoit t>.*acngf Black>pi; may Water ttltr. WhtnEve)1ireiaht.or .tond.ti" I I'I j';I 3 ).10 .17 24, J.4UIGIJM<< - JpItRIRO"f:- Jr. ON PHILADA. at 60 days, ; '.. 2.IiI V 2"12..- ct.-,'

1 bee boats will also be held an teaJml' need, 11 60 . : L-ti!
one da)'. notice; to Le it the service of -4 ,18 25 1Y.dnesday Public Auctioneer, fII. Dry CoodsHa'rdware&Crocery ON BALTIMORE, at days 2'lz'"a' 2' 112 ,

Y '1 pickn'xrV Term, fishinp liberaL or For other further plra.ura information trtiu."I Thursday\ , ; D 6 11.20 12.19 ,27 26,. Palafo4it' ,."... ; Corner of Clovermen" .. StPalifol' 0 .'1P. \ at. CON 'CHARLESTON, SL '-C.:'ft days :: :'. :,! ."a.. V ck.

..r1r bf: t 1'. JUG I B. ROBE' ON HAVANA, at 5 a'.8 day' . 31J2.a'.5t.12f'l l t
<" Friday;.; < l'283atuiJay' uctiobMr' 'and 6nH; UtrionrMcehant, 4 Dry Goods and Grocery .Store, .
1 P. PINDAR. : ., :- t '" 18i8.(",
; .
' J New Orleans Aril sa.
I'eDot.., AIH1.;; .1 ..8.JO"'fJ 1, y & 2 2 29 '. P.1.1o er, t; ( 91 frmanTa"t,bppoiUe the Square. .

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