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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
French
Publisher: F. Pindar & Co
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Publication Date: May 9, 1848
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 09716510
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Wnd; f PCNSACOIjA, TUESDAY MAY it {Ul8t8. NUMBER 18. *
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..a'agr end ''be rTSsian breast boat, the passengers: beset me!roam over the mountain, anal i would no doubt be the death of plague has at last attached our 1 l\ GOOD Ltas- - -o-N.-' ".' tyson e

Taaaatyai/kP: with: raging fires to allow them 'inn opportunity1 f arc rnsH! taken: Here also him. We saw the individualin allies, the Empire of Austria!! '' aid ,
an enginpcr.4 come
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ir,' ',. gill, tout oft dc&Uucli* JEleam. of sitting foot upon the island ,are to bt,+ and mules aUt'' question, yesterday, oft St. I and the Kingdom of prussia: 'bo'bu
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A,,I E. ,, .,r a I h.v. iightmngs r"fin The boat was I soon got over ses in !ra e number. hor-I Charts] street; his basket full I to-day in its blind fury; menaccs ", ." .,
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a ,I.!L I glones! only boo j and missionn i S Saw all these of 'I Russia tluit RussiawhichGod b -
the side five of our male razor strops, was on the our 1"
"well father what is it
md t th' fau\rn*."!t of iho kr. ,
K l passengers, and, the male and.,ing among,bHof the hills, and camel pavement and a numerous has confined to our!1 "Do see this ketle bailt"
TI'\i .' :: .es 1 f.,,oTguillie: 'jojsi two men sprung into her; no1, them i If(t ts: by the S P playas. crowd spectators were con.,care; but Heaven forbid that "Yes you" ; i
,. ,"I.( iid 'iI'a'nj' re>t descend I'I But the lirteen a11) the i' I"
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|i. doubt supposing the t in a ecu- are gregatc'J about him. lie knew this should be Faithful to Ie it !
1 e, ? ,I' f ,' they the t,'r til sig'iS., Ij i ii stand'I Spaniards -Three of them his handed down from There, .. standing up
of hours would and
,. flitteni ivy a afiienu i ir pIe they: i i profession, everything example ;perpendicular oil the table, ** do i
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!1" upon I land again, having been ,are Ameri!ans who had run a-, was as "slick as g cease." our' ancestor, having first in- that ?"
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' (,( I Ii; e brag and just, j ju from whale ,1 you N
# dark !then eighty-nihedays on ship j tray ships; ands I II "Gentlemen, said lie, holding vokcd the aid of the omnippo" .' Yes sir." ,
't.rouph l Jiff -ome I"
board.: But )landsmen make I these throi performed the!' up a razor, strop in his hand tent we are ready to encounter "well, tliere"laying it down :

,i ..' the t'utules oi mist u-t I poor; calcul atibiiS at sea, aslhe';I work, while, the lazy Spaniards'I do not wish to speak 1 but I our enemies, front whatever upon the table1 "' do- you see I Ii ,

A' li.\\, II / lIm" onh prc\, sc eel l will show. reaped' tic| bC n CFl t. |[will relate a little circumstance,side they may presentlhcmsclves -i that ? Well, it is no farther

\ II' la' ,ld\lf.s cease'j t ;;:::1!,)utt ,. So anxious w'F' rc they to reach Fish in ly be. procured in :;,:that came to my personal and r]l without t sparing i our'round bail 1 as it lies flat,

I t1, ':cnu to pcact'fulclincsno*e; St. Juan, that!, (proviiions werenot ;large! qu r titles: with a little i knowledge. On the banks a'own person.. We will know ;[than it is over it when it
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U ", ,' i,1, ,'iirxutue Iwrr below thought i of although. trouble ,! .' ,the Hudson I mctwith a heart. !how indissolubly united we are stands u So when you come

..' ,I ," '; cur, bappir.l',;aho\'e, I Ij I had taken the precaution to One :boat obtained, in a\tiful girl-the daughter; of one' to cur holy country, to defend -ItO a hill P, remember it may

.. j fill a bucket With water and shorts. P a ecf, lime, enough to I of the proprietors of those peels ria- the honor of the Russian be .no father around the base +'

TIll :inKiVM> xnr: ANT.'have it placed in the boat.- ll:1stour 1 large family) as many palaces on the banks of'':name, and the inviolability of than over the summit, while it

By. i; :\ Off they started at half past 11' days as ,tliey would keep.-I that romantic' river. Oh it is''''our ,territory We are con- i' is a urea ,dea 1 easier."

i iJ' I o'clock, in the morning, -without , Thy are excellent and of va*I|a delightful land In summer:'vinced'! that every Russian, that i

,:\\cr.lIlt", > can stir( dining, 'and they towc, to:4'rious, simi i ar'to our cod and I the air is like that'of Eden, and {|I.fever Y one of our faithful snb'jectswill O e of our. fri t.dn New- .

,', ;tD l <'nw+' iraidlnistJlC1!. <'\'C' get to land oon after the',rock bass. Lobsters are also the scenery rich beyond Jescrillion. -!' ) respond with joy to;Orleans, tire other day, ni.h? .

j t ,.',,' -i'>*.'k ami outish tiudtrai boat sho\" doff i we took a Ight1 i!very: numerous and easily! taken :'I! I In winter when thewhite 'the call of his sot'erici a n Our I I!was talking with a volunteer, ,

'\ '. gt:r errors blm'!. breeze, and ,at sunset the'good 'The goats) are better than our i| snow covers the hills like'!'ancient war cry for our faith' who was returning from Mcx* :. .

\ :ii d common food. ,, barque l'piton was oil';\'ctlnnd 'are caught from the;!i a pure payment the hall in',''our sovereign and our coun'try. -' ice to his home in Massachusetts

: ', 'e barn,nnd aught; the wot)dtn Cumberland harbor' At this ibacks I, : of horses by a rope, call' which the lady of whom 1 have'! will once again lead us on the' veteran soldier hap'pened -

), i 'I an ittfaut tram, 'tune might be feccn' close 1 under Jed a lasso, thrown around their spoken dwelt, looked like one Tin the path of victory;; and then''I' to notice a dog on the f

"::: here and there n grain, the land, and ''not yet into the necks. TJhey are also shot.We .- of the palaces on the banks of with sentiments of bumble!''opposite side of the street, .

\ "i i.n, hirn!' the motlacTf ; harbor, our slit P's boat still"I obtained three, and found I the llinnu. To make the story praise, as now with feeling of 1'I whoso jaws weie very substantially

toiling hard to get land;" although 1. them mqsl t excellent. short, she was in love. A holy hope,we will all cry with' and securely] fastened to.

t ,.! d i(' ou<'! tar f M.ppho* the wind i was not contrary Theis ana thirteen miles I young man handsome i in person ': one vutre'God to on our side[g ether by a large I leather strap, .

,. i 1'y negro; rar<;, ; they had not.reached the long, and four( wide, and is'in and possesing all the attributes | Understand this ye people, and !' which encircled his nose, and
t i blacken all the |tJace'i : hc.ivcu the !latitude ',: of s3.'de S tees 45 to the ha submit for God is on our side i I. passed over the forehead, unIder '
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imin. South,' and 78 degrees58jWest pines of woman had I! ... ._, I' his throat, and then around -
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t > + a del>ghtful, meat. to wind o ir story' ;
i up I frc rn ;Greenwich. On How STRANGE IT Is.what a thc neck-some..what resemb-:
"i. -i.1.1)>.w t'nvlt'd.er,'our hit! Providence favored I her as the idol of his heait.Thpy '
n" ':-0"81"{ th* pnulter' > with a breeze having. after had us(approaching: : ,jts shoresit appears met when the moon r t strange mysterious thing isj j ling a halter' The roan in,blue ,
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it- 1 lilt a stn, p.cndousbarren streamed down her the human frame A knock on ;looked at the quadrupad for a
made short visa: shore silvery I
t" ," ,n-d man j''i Turkeys r'6)' a on t i pile _of! rp .'ks, lifting up their I beams aud when the breezewas the head" if it does not kill, moment, and then inquired: ,
vessel
'thcjr reached the in safe.,
: "-!ma<.. Miortens a1 I lour <1a\s, ;heads over two thousand: feettofproperly scented with the often renders a mad cmdecile i I I U'S c train dogs under the saddtt ,:
"", .ntwith epdt@ri we f omU'i" t)' about nine o'clock at night from the\ splintered and fragrance for life. Mr. Kotchkiss, ofDrooklJ'Dwho here ? Fire at lire from the jrar, ,if
i !! pccan of southern flowers
.. \.vctere then close in with 'Tlfty r '
; .si-t the sarourjy dime as llirown f there ua'la bull( dog*ilb A bridle tan\ ,
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; Jart the earthquakes war so nearly
;iap;I by each aud "
worshiped other if Oh
lhel ahj and they bad nut a no, we ropli'-d h's onfy a
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4. vu; luu pease nit J c h hc5e murdcrd month since hasrecoeredhis
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they hall been parted, death muzzle, arranged 111 that mann-r y,.
distance reach
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I nk ' mokus\ on ercir. bend lung; pull f
i t \ : of car h:1 wakes arc con- would have put an end to the bodily health kep his mouth shot so hat be. may .
i 'J j i(irfciuitrtiiv,I srectftsM, I'i us Poor fchows', they were I hnuall yI I ccprring aton the t I beautiful I sceneVell and is slowly! regaining bis injure no one ; and also in obe irncr i
u.\en \i ad 1 -IH r g'ti\ on>t. ,almost' ''exhausted, not' "having''! r gentlemen to the law"
of and i mental faculties but be !
S oast Chilli Peru sterns
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', ', 'ml bis reach. ,I they were marled, and| Well 'I
t wl < climb t-tMy ,}( tcatan\lhinjr.( and the palms i I i i said the piiriotie olt
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and ar ;ias C l moron as thundcr, to have forgotten evcrthing ,
the overdisatisiied. !iet.a'rera( '
jw tt d dm the, nughb'ringjj!ol their Lauds in blis- ere honeymoon was mnrnent's pause, l't16e I '
were one
.cli !Si' isVithl; us These shocks What the cause?!learned during his life, and has!!,d-if i don't think! i"fIu had better
,'\ j ''omark: another's" *in, 1 ter, iffur( every man had to' reach ill 1: i$ and alt along the)Her liege lord his beard to be taught to speak and learnt'his ;' it off the dug, aaJ put it opo.1 I .
work) so that: to thi; time ; wore j'Torn Corwin.
r' ,. ; .iv '.i\vii\ c 'UlcieDqe loot l within ;I up I coast, i J arc often attended I!too long. And. when they letters as ifhe were a child. !
I I "t ', row \\oraciou b II, : t hardly: think: thoy could write with g e t lu5s of life as ti ell Were of The sound of his own voice inj.'I(tJEAUTIiuL'AND OBLECHAR" {I
the'point ,
upon sepera-
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aiount voyagc. I
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r 'akfast nation kill articulate l
\ i"t I Il learning to a new
I Ihink, they have learned -I': __ : ____._ ting 1, luckily happened to him I j 1TY. .
i word, amuses exceeding"lIy
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:>LAND OF JLANk however, that pyramids of:>j RAZORS, 7cAso t, AND HESOjl pass by I sod) him one ofthcsestropsandthenextmorn , r Within INFIRMARY the R tCKCH1t.LRLY.--

s FliUNANDKZ.: 1 :'two thojsand feet height, sometimes jl I LunoN js there a poetry in tutious, in this circle or other of bane countries*olent i there Jnsti*

<1< ;A li:1:i Gclston, on his 1 1e pdS-, appear,,nearer at sea than turni P s? The ghost of Walter i ing he was as happy as a prince. AMERICAN ADDRESS TO THE!cannot be IbuoJ pirallel to tbe one ,

.. ,"ut.:t xvliL-n in South htU"i !the))' rctlily :Ire; and I have no Scott sais" no! Milton bids' Tee crowd dispersed, but 1 POI'E-The Roman Advertiser !in the city of. Biaton, organ td ex- .

a i J, 32 30, lonsitudt West 79i" hope of 1 giving you another account his, dau D that this Razor Strop Man uppo-ted wholly by one. indin
i wnus thus: of their excusions in a so that he see'ou say, dual -
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I expense of about $) .
and mistake OUt) _
\\ c arc now in the South boat: 1| ofh s blind eyes. todisco\T. was some, no His Holiness honored the The facts in regard to this eiua'ordU, '
Pi uifiu v' and the sunw the island found erwhat i is' nary chanty, arc '
ccan, os Upon they : going on. Coperncius consul of the United States substantially these : -
s setting( in as clear a sty as thirteen souls in all, in a state chides his\ young son for having BLASPHEMOUS !1 MANIFEST! with a private audience ou Saturday has Amos blessed L.wrence; with a man whom God '
tiepverleftm Western hor. of dare his father The following is the drat fortune, and. t
; deplorable1 poverty, without ,q supplant in proclama"l 12th inst, to receive thetaddress also what is far tlttter. a heart
,'.'>1U, a little to the left of'a panicle 'of I household furniture -,astrononjy, and Alexander the tion nf the Russian of a large number of!und a aympathiiing> nature great, rents 'a ( ,

{ where he twits retiring U) hiSj j of any ,i description not,Great cried, ;! for the toy of a in reference to the-liberal I the cituens-of New York to large estate on Washington atreel "

(ocean bed. might be seen, in,cyan a chair table, or bed.-:kingdom) s destinies to playl movements spreading over I the sovereign Pontiff expresive which was admirably filled up about" :
two
4 rite far distant southwestern}[Two of these whretched creal'tUte's I with. Oh; that elder Alecct! Euro P e. It would be, in ourtransAtlantic of their respect and ,admiration stet children year ago, ,h for u liberally an infirmary fumiihed for I

icw, a pyramid of rocks, then*\, were females T tsc'How sharply 1 he'r.ut among the eyes, simply ridiculouscoming of oue who has done so much with whatcter is necessary joy ibrir :

.. distant! from us seventy good miserable I Spaniards, made so nations fthccarlht!-his sword : as it does, in to promote the cause liberty in personal: comfort and conrenienc }n' _

sea miles by their' own. : improvidence, was like, a scythe, and" mowed thomiddlc of the uineteeth cen" the Pontifical State, and Italy eluding a biihing eitabljstnpnt'anJeten

Thiivas the last gaze we wen thus living upon an island themdo; n like so many.weeds,, tury-did it not contain so'l;encrall} llnjor"Sm th of are pleasant playground, well warmed The apa rtments'

.1r 'ere! taking of the island of that would i reward. 1 labor as I but he 1 1asn't half"so sharp as!1'many blasphemous ausumption New York, the bearer to Rome and airy m aummer. The m winter ... '

1Ii Juan Fernandez;)the residence any part ot the .w orjd, and the nervr Razor Strop MantJ!I that the course of t tyrants in the;I of this address, was presented nurbea anJ *errar.tsf includmcr matron erery .

r' ofthat monarch described by through their own slothfulness, that we 1 saw yes to r ia: Y. He cause of God! Foreign oc-|Ito! l his holiness, who expressed UrthiDgoi tbe expense, to the daily '
matkeiiog, frumlbe ,
. Cpwper, who ruled over all suffering in the midst of the was a person that Nature had countj however say that it was Ibis warmest thanks tne cit'ofNew '- year to M t rminauont beginiany of the

, he surreyed;" I t me i tit the great means of plenty,. if only a proper -!evidentit'! intended fora mock I received at St. Petersburgwith zens I'orkand his! earn I ly by Mr Uwrence. Finally are paid, to uhoU torn ,

Ii Alexander Selkirk, placed by effort[ were' put forth to obtain auctioneer:' ," but had aftewaYds the gratest enthusiasm,,! est wish for the continued prosperity p.ate this unqae and fBry eic Iler.t ,
"t Defeats the person of Rnbi'c on the necessaries, and com- found otit that ahe was mistakenand But what reliance can be place of the whole Araeri hospital hs SOD \\ m K. Lawrence .

:i/. Crusoe, with his man Friday forts of life The land,is very doomed I' him to sell razor! on accounts in the gazettes oT can people. tton I II M.: .D.gifts, the physician to ua devoted of the insJitu :: -
" on another Island in the South rich and ,I f I despotism-D. Cresent. attentiir.1 '
yields plentifully, so strops i I I which excite$ the ad mtr.gon' of all
r Atlantic, called Ferdinand de that more ;,than two hundred The| 4Razar Strop I Man "After the benefits of a long VERY IriPoliTAr1TJamesFennimore ; who honor, the Christian srntlnent t tfttantrnitet ,

i: INoronho. We are now t a P-, bushels of potatoes can be is none ;'loc your vulgar pedes. peace, the West: of Europe COOPER is of opin him in. the pu-.ctual discharge

a till) leaving this pjace of story : gathered frpm a single acre, trians. He wears glossy suit finds itself at this} moment,suddenly ! ion that a republic will not be I of i* truly LIs dally a charity ministration which is, This thin '

nd of song, and 1 purpose gv r and-other, '"things in.pro.- of black, and indulges i in, a given over to perturbation establish permanently in Franc" q|', nod which iraunMh not not tree miffed G It

1r Kyou a brief sketch of aris p orlonyet (pace people had black, silk hat with a piece of which threatened with ruinand i I and that the Carlisls have noW seeks no great names upon a circollr' ,

It made by our missionaries i to only] 'a pacji ,.fifteen. feet square very black crape upon it. Moreover overthrow all legal power, !,along hopes of seeing' Henry von I"> girr, u imntutince.. carria oo coo ,

, that place so famed in histor Y. Peaches ,!are in plentiful a* he has a pair ol] .speda-i and the social l system. Insurrection : the thone of fits anee5tt1I' 't-iiwiiunboxintu; the church makes'
no l the the
About daylight of that day' bundandances all over the is- cles on his 1 nose, and hiS'eyes! and anarchy, the offspring I appe l disp to sid po-kris, nor: nf bevneioiei.tly ,

we first discoverd the land land and, strawberries also in look like those.. of a philosopher, of France, soon crossed A few nights since, says aNew \seeks the applau( oi men.in any Quietly way -

, lea about forty miles distant J their season. Quinces also who is e ilea Vo rte g to discover, the German frontier, and have York paper a po\iceman\ without ostentation, without parade*

The weather was plelsaut fine grow in large quantities. These the difference between the tooth spread themselves in every direction perceived a. young gentleman but willa a steady purpose it felJstoe

f Jnd the wind quitelight, so luxuries. were i tat, ?.duced py of a mu'b sc :aqd the optical! organ with an audacity whicbhus fondly! hugging one of the posts IbungrYt...dc. and clothes takes the naked of nurs Le'r r

Ut at 11 clock, I judged l the Lore! Anson, and now abound of 4;' idea. He looks wise gained new force 'in pro, which supports the wires of'children! I This cave charity: btlplesi Iadeedan,rite.1 t j

land about twenty Jive/ miles there very plentiful! The beyond I'comparison, and if his portion to the concession of the telegraph and desired him to which our favored city, rrea anJ for I-

ft Mower! baring a new Atld'goatsin countless droves wis Tom only once sunk in it Goverment. The devastating, desist and go away. .. the world, rosy be proud '
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: i ffij1 t IN SPAIN. I 't '(From Vie Gaxl. ) nhje'of hi. wraiK ThiTs did moihprEatrti'for : _ "

11 $ [ ffiul.r A slip from thc| Patiia office was AMBITION. the first time drink the blood beabl8 to open the Institution for Students Th-.-uttde"rwM-= -4 N'
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: r eo.'I' K.indtysntus, las: evening, o$ follows : VEL: .wull eonueoo iu ps&si.tt .
.uni. .I.'C INDAR & the restless spirit of Ambitioncenes Due notice to coarse of study U td.oa, N. Y. : it
blindMao' as prices ItwiI1h
.Nnaiut,4 P. ML! .1st May.-On the t I' Of all the.causes which coispirc to ......
t OtTtCE OX COVEftMEWT ? the of a kindred nature to this continued will be and \\j on iht fim of cub ttoaik 7..
t STREET, ud.mi.gl1ido ofTuition&c. given,
judgment
eveRng: of the 2Gth of March, a vio'cnt erring. untifeYf'ry ubocnhert. at th-s low Pcferf
OPPOSITK THE } to increase, thought : j
PUBLIC SQ.UABR.t friends abroad will be in" lilt
revolution broke put in Madrid. The mind, of became tainted with evil and we trust our larperaanvminadtinco.A .
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t 1I1SA 'LA ; soldiery resisted the people, and the What the weak his with ttrcngeit !bias rule ihe \vorld with the exception of eight readiness to aid us to commence with, A )LtGIFIgIg

1 \: TVRSlA1NJr U. 18 IB.tO fight lasted till '3 ti', lock the ncit In pride, the neTer.failmjj of ooN, souls, was destroyed The earth i i. large number of Students. By request .: ENGRAyi

t = ---- - -- Whatever nature has in worth denied, and in all sections nf: of the Board. .
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durinc which it is said re peopled,
morning- ; that needful again b glenn with the October .IlL
of pride. ,
She gi in. in Urge recruits I P.3flTH. Pres'l. !
OUR SUBSCRIBERS. hundreds wore killed. It is said that 5nJ. ,the habitable: globe do we see :lustful Aprill9,13W- correct nran of P. o .. TWa
: For us in bodiei thus in JuU we with sack be Fourtd. of ?.
ambition Iho
We covering kingdoms : r Order.\M
irr roTipcIl to call our Sub the :desire
cause was a fo.r.a republic ; swelled with
whet wants in blood a- d epiriti, cities the Each ItthChet witl
lath and ashes to ctai"
utbers to ihe'p4\rnent of their sub the tumult bruit e out unexpectedly. wind leveling DIED. In this City on Saturday i Re, pn-iteJ on ,Tht...
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t dust t, turning ,vilag"s into smoking rumj Dp.raiep* ..
-- FCf1aiflfl. according to our inmsV -. Councils of war.were formed, in or,I Pndu where wit Tit I Ii, ritfS into our def hce'1. uansformin( \ rtil fields into de... the Cih inst, CUA k LEI AUSTIX, eons!beaolilul ANNUVI.' tjp being, ,.i ondM ojfc D

Jet to pns.'Jjudg ment upon those impluatcd -'And |i: all the mi 1tI1 void of ernie! tedfl
liIsup ; and the earth of the Late James R RiI" Age
sert polluting ,!
!
nr ; tlt wastes i THE
: :: \\ teluru our thanks th,' 'I CHEJfJSST, ....
but no:execution had a* \t't TMK whole race of m nkinJ are with human gore. Such was the effect 18 months .
editor of tho Duly Cr" cent of N '.'" followed. The tueen mother, Chri; i the dofoted u the Order <'erp.IZi, '
1 more or less swayed by mighty -of unbridled ambition in !the early I United State, thread !,. .
.
-; Mean (ir the regular traimnmio: tina, fled in ,midst', of the comtn.jr. influence( of ambition, and ,there are stages of the worM, such it is at the of "rrr Erotfce I4aeisg w,. .. ..-.

v f i his fi pipr.'I .. lion, but nobody know* who e f-lia:I in, fact in my in whose minds it is the ''present day and surh it will be to the LEGAL 'NOTICES. ;10 the principle weperson attoealt, et.

went. The mister, Escojura: na ruling pau on. It is a feature in the end of time In the more prominent ---- ,II I ;iCT Any C.....rd''''''..
'I i JLj"\Ve regret .cry much of ncTccrifd of which displays itself Alexander five .ob cr: >erp. (e ,
\\oun ej in oileg.Quthe27th i:character; man walks of life, we see arm Administrator's Notice, :filed the toeing $3) wi
lrtving: ih* (conrsponJmcif M.adndvai declau-d tu at every stage of life frotn the hiiioin to spread the terror of his name Iota 'H to forward. tti cop cratia. V'' ..
I u' lea'I
:L I''rudle.tothe Ita seeds are all the world, by slaughtering his "VTOTICK' ; E H hereby given In all euue. mIN .
ommodore Imitnei, to place bt the grave. :over '''2 'lObe will D. sstilJ ...
of and after .
ben a stain s. month from and liter' "
siegc when. the mind teremd, that cii '
( sown in early years, i fellow-men and turning their peacefulhomes of which h. a.a iMwher
; -. g I.rr our rndor: :tl proiryjed in our most perfect trlnquilit rcigneJ in the the date hervyf I *hl II the Administrator eadb ..*
) intellrcuial f "
t-xhibtt its ,5
drat begins tn r into scenes of desolation and grave < twenty JIt. cem w d
... U t umhi, r, but we -ti tu At of MIGUEL Q.UIULE, deceved' present eJected that .
xp so ,capit.il. B it ni', the provinces: fie
ra, \t wk increased daily Olozagi'Escosura >prmjj tnidness. misery and drath. /there was no more to conquer-The to the Honorable the Judge of Pros Addtnpoetpaid )

!' had bqcn anested by Narva- As life continues, and the. infantile same spirit urged: toward Hannibal,bate for the Coantj of E cainbia. and ifk; tA.RK'V. :BRYAN

t., LO.O.F. Icz it habel will robes thrown aside for the garb I and bos. of to be dinbarnI. I
iiaidlatQiteen ire Aknc, Nero Napoleon a JOS QUIGLES. ***-'r*, t
\Vc understand the I llev. l Idvin have to leave pain. 1 1r and manner of childhood, the bud I others. who while: running the plough Ai'mtmstutor, -- ----

of ambition are first discovered, of destruction the nations 23th. 13l3.-6-tf: t
dings share Peftnenta .an
l : of thU. among r&OSr CTOS
lttn. chaplain: S. Navj OF TEI? TElt
LADEt JI 'TO l :;N'CE, and in the social circle even, it rotnmences of the earth. seemed more like inMtK! --- - ------
has been utviteJ Jelirer anontioteforetbe : I I child i is .
I its I growth. The demons thin like rational and in'.eN!
ate
In PUrsUilUCI of a call by the May'or "YTOTICE r.I lieiebj given to ail pe'lHoJin- TL1WESTFRNCQNT
Ode1 f' lIo's' of! better advantage
fraternity prompted appear fr : ; b..jogsAnd'if ,.,
ia immense ligent i\ ietr' ed, that aitmo th front akd Iii j
or [ 4n pub.J ,
Pbilouh'l
this city on the 3d, of June neit.tr J' before strangers than it ordinarPy' does we decend again to the present the dale hereof I shall as the Admmulraior

( _ 114 meeting oft n 'perpto or that city and if it have come to a knowledge of time, we see in the assemblies! ol: of MARIA CIUIGLE3!, deea-d, pre.*. A SortAenefizinily *rviMrVj
t The Dublin herald says it is rumored : in of words it will assume a my account and voorherafor final aetllemtnt grit: size. Nested tarrlfgiei. -
..mirt-ned n It, ep.'nlln lqtiare. the List nation!*. where talent and ability :are' .
I to the )Honorable Judge of Pruhale for
i in certain: circles hIlt :th front oftbe n I 1,011 the .rlcrn'Jou "r pertstyle, as though it were alreadyin gathered together, the powerful work the County of Ec.mbta, and ask to be dia-I ,

Duke of his declare part a scholar Thus the child of ambition. It perh'.apsap., satin IfWILLIAM
I Wellington the 24th ult., ti fommrmorate the i&tl.veiit .. ings may charged. T. THOMPSOliJomt.
S .. I :grow*, and nub it grows ambition. in a garb dignity and partiAllyhhJden J03 CXU1GL.ES. t
the iinn has com'e for giving{; a onstitmion r.flibertv; n France. The school-boy mates with his fellows pear by the cloak of patriotism,, Admutsirator.PfnsacolaJan .Anilt kvKaze Iirrka4j,

S 10 Ireland," -consequently the John Swift actf'J ,u Presi-! should' 29th. 15436&iTOTlCEAllpereonsiiwfebtediotbeestite. I of
.- layor, and if one, perchance: but it is none the less apparent and to t .. Pinetille.
t Duke is a repealer The Dablii dint, assirteodi 'y 1\vrllt.v"ei Vii e bear the mark of grniu! he will most I bf cTreadYd. But it is by no meins, ,---- --- ----; -- -' ----I TilE WESTER mnt.-m: .

Herald has been distinguished for thE'l' Preident all iI fiftc'n Secret al ie t earnestly endeavor to rise in hit walabove ) confined to public nations alone, for: \ I' : all Ma jb Udr,
his ..sociates until he has attaint .I J\1 JHAiNA PALMES, de *aed, are, to the tall, itmfvt of oewtpapm.i _.
:I ,
violent zeal l with bich it Las opposed* The President madean eloquent ad ; we see its spirit bearing predominance required In nuke payment and all perto t and hat InutnpiiantJy UTCTTOAC tW '

I I the O'Connell::: xcheme of Repeal'! dresslnnouijd he oftbe meet104 'd! to an immagined superiority ni every phase if lift, and the evils hating claims against a.ad mate are requiredto rougratutoessrishes oa brag .... ki
S g objnt :and consequently looks upon them resulting from its lustful: gratificvi'Mi present the tame within the lime prescribed i>*for our Sabaenber the Pmtftan't

\Ve should be glad' ts; ?ee the tort of , after "hi b the ?tarStillfS WitS with disdain, as though they were beneath It is a fearful passion and though b... law, otherwise this notice will be f>ttd third Valatne, which if.s eater awiirery

1 L con 'i"ltioll that Wellington would played amu ap base. henry' D. Gil, him. He iorgrts to press on his much of its aspiration is l UuJable! art-j in bar of their recovery FELIX BONIFAY. profprct pmaprrny ef iaeKitd It ha.Vcfribroattaacd brt* 4.

give; To IreUud! : no do-ibl it would pin offeled ft series of rt-solutioiis. I course through; life with'mndest, and worthy, it has a tendency la lead the Executor. "i tv of the proprietor al the Outer*i
ca'e, and lushes fotward without caution mui'i DIP his nrader with a Jan
astray and destroy its h.si and PeoiaeoU, March Tib. 1&43108w.REGULAR Family
I' provide abun.lant securities fur gene which were ad ptt"d with tremendous to the goal to which his arnb'tiona : brightest' hope' unless watched: with wry way arcepiablet theSo.ckt"ith ,

.sl suffrage, freedom of elections, equality .. chiering.anJ committee of tefcnty'. !. *pi re?, and driven by its full force he vigilance nt every step 01{ hff)j Itlll I the thrt highest ttew,atafidard hahasnaMta. oflttriafitetrrraortugtn eJ it<
per
of religious sects, disruption or six appoillltd t transmit them to the will not sufiVrhimselftrf be guided by carefully and, dcterminttlly guardnJ PACKETS.The the_ deceufuli:

the connection of church and state;,and Proyisionai G vt'rnnwut offrance. !the llgh's of reason and judgement against. o. p. lonp SALLY aDdi!nM"Pflart: &- *. .... ad <_t _

i and thus is in danger of going astray. _. ---"-"- " --- t ESTEPIIANK _ill JK.- ,; .* !Muibast au mach ui vogue .with rtrai i iient

abrogation of all sinecures and penroas THE QUE N OF E rHAND. and perchancft ta destruction A'yean HYDUOPUOBIA.A :..J.t I rularJ'8ck.t. h..cc". PeniaI J ral Pobfiraiintn of the 4tf. fiM'

H.thout !ttti e. The Duke has I and the steady hand ,.,_. toa and the Navy Tact. and 1) lu real hia cUi... to TopnUr Wrf a*j jnatnftaic
away
We'see the London th' pass merits of hia JoenaL 6 1 1.Iraddy
by pijieM.; ijdctiirt death il .1..0 leaYI for Milton and
in
cnintFbis idess of the md0y I of time makes every day" leave but PhiladelphiaThat ,,'her phce.cn Black Water, whenever,. O-p.d .with. ad the lUIl
the Qieen! 'd from !."n d I' which Irflandcan be most easily"am grows freight.! or pa-Knser may,1'1 I every pmrt
ill" Isle ..f \VI ht. a f-w tI'ns" before more mature as lie approaches to mn has i hfte boats will aLes be hrkl in rradme. front th!#>ide rr mea of drraatrf Fito .

I mo&tadvai t one made several victims at the ptrkmck, fishing or other plranoie partie bio and AgraraniiB" On b.ca
me t&iityihttiiud: bayonets: said hitwentyfiie ihtngs of J life. Within his breast be
S l'lit* is tut* m<>re nol>' I Term LbcraL Fur Airtker mfvirmaltoo. has rod nornilli alt! Det'r'meatedwr
,1 ,ers a.J(1.If: and I wijjjmrarfethat Ii'tl.white frets a lore for aspiration and stng- North.Vrn.. Knight, a diss aj!.!'V to to tncBicatethe Ptfcr MarM| I
ble, because s'f hd hu n I hard its dnminds the : machinist of Philadelphia Lnfiie PatnoAam. ,
glee to gratify ; tinguishcd 'P. DELANDE l< trdntth
S Ireland I wit) be conten, & 'cPIiDAR.Pensacola ,
before bet-n toifined, and nas by 110me.n strives often and comes off victoriously -I who returned ':sebas eneonnlered the o.p..u.a at 1

ted" It has always been his maxim : well moreover, the day of her I But he has no sooner excell ri from Austriavherehe, recently March 7, 194310tINEW .rwua. the. the atnacktuif'Jthcr baud hekaiim theiidto. tM*. -
was
engaged
that Ireland was to be ruled by forceS and his first antagonist than the second ap *
cold tordial' Lhcnl
departure waa a damp un the ESTABLISMENT.Urssrs apprabatiuai and wryrf"
alone. Perhaps he sees more clearly, wholesome All this looks ns pears. The first was outdone at gym ; us superintendent ofllr. Mthghtenrd, patri* "aid Jf"-<< ,'

S in.bis old : the on e. nasties, the second appears as a trdestri Norris, in building locomotives The Wratrrn Cpntinr at' ltr"l!
aje jigrceabty to theorjof though troublewasanucipaIed. and ambition him to W el.! ... which is devoted totheS.sthera i
-n, prompt for tat Government
philosophic drramers that the contact I .. and Gonzalez k Co. have opened anew mirreata anJ v&adscatiJ!
the He does
contest. so,
engage died a horrible Heath about ten Billiard Saloon on' Palafox street ?m njhla. Wkil the E4H"fcts i
t L with Death's hand tm parti to hu. ::;*Genc.e{ of the small!. Italian coineR off victoriously. The third appears eight of there talereala, Of &11.... .

I man being' a ao t of Scocth second! Suits has detached itself from.Sar and! he strives with-him! and days since from this di e3se.- between Government and Intendentia reoce of iboM rtghia, t.. hat>*". _
\ About nine weeks he in a style of elegance unequalled by I I Iy assailed the raterett f ,t!off *
I sight or of looking; into the fu. dioia. .nJ intrnda to orgaDi .e under ;\i wins. He now concludes that he ispossessed ago was *
power I establishment of the kind in the od.ad-d die ftorIiDr of hess 'be
than talent
of any
more ordinary I bitten his
by own dog and a
tut. republican forra of government Tin I Lfier with him ta optmoa.rot .
'
anti 1 ability, and looks upon his supe city. The popularity the proprietors -
Out the whole story is, probably idleS historical res JIT will not (ail to remetrv his and fortnight since was taken ill, as! -
riots as if they were equals, wilt insure them extensive
i an
and as it is absurd- on hi free. I his ed with l bit- pai i
untrue I fncndssuppos ,
ber that this i is i sort of r-tvrning to every breath of praise that reaches I THI (1W'UL

FR01\l NEW MEXtCO. r: first pnncipleii" on the pirl of the Gnoese ..,!ihir.i I serves but to fan the fhmes of hi! ''I lious fever; until water was ronags. We hate wadas pi* rranfea

Idiot frum AVw Jlftxteo-Our Forces Their Irepablic, during the thiteenth : 'ambition tu still greater heat.I brought before him wben by Aii iw- ALL 1000111! ! he litter Cootinent outsell arfl that more wef shall d'4tT'Piag) be awe l *<

S not Defeated at .El PatIO and fuprteeuth CMi'uriw! ai t I *' The contest has begnn for lir.I -. his raving at its sight they *>ofe of the rca\diaf ptbfae.

from tbe St Louis Union I but death can end the slnft."
S We gel uews I I I Nothing were satisfied ofbis discac.- Pottrz Depariaeat.ThCootietet
S of the most ditdprssps'ro..e DRY GOODS.GROCERIES .
of the. i6th ult.to theefl'ecl that a one { I He is now passing the bounds or! His already na-nbera anoaf i
violent
paroxysms were so tar comnhwora aom of thi..s
WINES & *
known. f
thrn .
I company traders armed at Kansas vcr ." j!,youthful ambition, and afloat upon the that he had to be tied with ,tftbeday, w ho,.effamaa.

from Santa Fd, a few days sin"e, bringing .I nrThe:: 4itigof i Hanover has: .b br ,:adVa' of human wishes and de. a C.rNr ", iLl L.'.r,uI I to lend their china M Ha esh.mtl
I clothe: line. to the bed until I.YTE.'DE.'Lf Sr;Peasev.L.. I
his and
I dates to the 18th of March. A tires, with rostlrss spirit vague ) eUaay-Faricalsr M
comas subrnltsive ns a lamb a"< -- -
- short time before left, there wen yearnings still Misatisfied: lIere como death relieved him from his Th bas stowed vpon tkisdi-paniesi.lm
they I ; anderagned jal1 npcned a new S mf
S his consented to make an old republ! the of that ambition -n po*.eMwii of amp't
arrita1s f{om El Passo Taos and LosS I < mences workings sufferings. He leaves a wife Dry Good.,Groceries,>Vlnest et*. .f be sb t.ftueh .utmd..v

Vegas. Major Walker and Captain 'can, whose' power ami: independence:: j which: is deserving of til condemna and six children. tbe best quality lately received, to sate at j lag and ni.ttwi',,maileiu
:
Skillman, with their mmands, left, he tried for jeirsto: subdue by the di?"' (ion, AS well ns that which is worthy ,\\ olt'Salo! and Retail at lb. loweal price. PUtlcaI: lsteUlence.We.ured

'S S El 1 Pawn, on the 25th lebruary, and pline: of a slilt-geon. his prime minis''a, of all praise.ert.nttban It is at here, perhaps other ttige to -FLETOHER INSTITUTE," i 0 All Order for the above Ankles will *.:I. ubeuves of a p.ttr.is
greater any potent to'go tbi. pmeiii.coeu5eot
-\ I Gn. Pric. on the 1st Match. Col. !ter. He grants all the reforms that the I Jin, life, that ambition prompts the gratjtfiCMtion To the Editor of tAt SeiineZ.-Thie pat up at the slut "I. iwthe. : whwo rare r| wS le P Jleekly

b Eastern battalion was left at El PassoGen. .,people atct and can hardly be lib- of the evil passions inherent Trustees appointed for ,. Fletcher Institute P. AYMARD.Pentanl I synopsis of"aff mportaat

-1' Price anticipated no resistance at ral enough under the new influence'in thi' nature ,of man, and marks out ;,, tot the Florida conference 21 Dcc. 1W7. vent> political,, eleepoo hodlec retnnj, always! *, nof ,te1

(- Chilhuahua. In consequence of ill I which have tojmn over him. I the course of his future general conduct met at Thomasvii'e on the :Sth leg eeythegllkeapanaaeb.i*

heath, C<,I. Rails, on the 16th January -- a-L .- I and! various transactions: March, and wet duly organized, by NEW .crols.. Forelpi h-ad D..c.Ucli.
.' PKIS&4.It is to.be lamented thi Now let look back for a moment I --- ----- .. aflurda.bUitmj
resigned his command to Lieut. C6l l t : I| us the election of P. P. Smith, President Ont price for Goods,and>>. devLttlu.WINTER >. ) the Koretrt SM'eaden
5- 'the Prussian did not finishsheit to the time when Mm .rstlpranC into -" -. latejt
Lane. Of course tu f work while they were about it nitellce. power CLOTHINGS. aoJ 5'
eomprebecir
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S was erroneous. It probably grevrouof dominion began his umhly career The Board entered into
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r rumor that General Ufret on th. 18th 1,9th, end 20th of !March! The bean'.it which adorned Paradise an'' arrangement ta.procure land, nnd I B. F. MAT2CC haijuct reeetted a Urg summary .fbot't.1oyuE

wam'chingonEI1'asotthe had! A hula peeverance.and;) Prussia would I elected stock of Dry and Fancy Goods LLDIU.
.5- the harmless innocence |lin which he fixed upon alutaloD.I a half mile from W oed only that ik

of four thousand men. This latter rumor h'ate been ''r d of monarchy (ore,er dwelt, and the bountiful privilegesthere the village Thomsonvilla, which ar for this lesson, to which a*invites M>*attention voted t* UKif edi&MJ tn*
,-, created quite au excitement aEl rwo tbusa ciiizns. were killed ji13.dIIin I\ enjoyed were not alt sufficient rangement has been cemplttod t and : of the public. rWle 0taiM aoder lie
the ambition of lIe I Fen$ *l. 2T Dtt.lm.A.LKEK *ct-ompIlat5d bad
Passo. Ordirs Col to satisfy man.
were enl to dorm1; the date5 mentioned I we now hare so me 40 acres of Land - -- --- xll. who. fracffalidImdj .p'#
stretched f nh hi hand to that which
: Easton and Major Walker to faster for the Institution. ANDER5O tendered ta. Weaier*

'forward their troops ;the streets leading I The: Rotlichi1di. -The New York \Vu forbiJdi / and for which he had no\\ The Board ordered that two brick Agfut for Claims at'Wuhiagtoa.Ofce .' decided bt nto wtf on Uy H J JMi
necJ, an for .this was turned out of f Jvnoa w3I marina*to I
". tn the plaza were blocked up will: Triuoe say-:; beautiful lubiuuion, torarn his bread bous*! be erected, 40( by26, two ito-. ,i-- _OB Govermeot_ _tt___ bo H nmoroM Dapaxtroeot, id '

strong walls and erery thing ptepared A letter Ie( omLondon, alludln to!by tho sweat: or hi, brow. Here we rica high, so as to accommodate I'ale DUNN ndeavw t. aama wttfco I

for battle but Utica was not to bi.,! the r\fmfJr fai'ure' of the 1otschil .. see the direful tJTt'd10( the unlawful and Female students Also, an executive Bather and Hut DremrPatatoi salts of the most batidoM n ad*

(found in that direction. Licuts. Mullooey ''a, 04tbe: they have mad eatifiratton of nun's,, rtsiless ambition. committee was appointed to ) s', opposite the.srs. be Jwventlee psidt.tb.Dctit.-ainuisineMani ,

I and Hepburn, who had been unset Life r exchanged f,r death. Man's. the land ,
1 S : some -b.'e still a margin I : lay off some lots on belong ---- -, ---- little people, b7thsjiiJicie$5suitable
e arrest lor arnonlh previous were losses'l highest I luusl i u: crushed, and his bright ing to the Institution, and offer them CALENDARro matter.Lctten .
j 'f be
13 released ot. account of the expect..tbattle. ,I'left bnt.ruptcy. wealth" day chan;.d It the darkness of night for sa'e! as soon as practicable.The TH..Yf&VTH OFJF.RIL frin IVcorroepeedeat
: Collins who with of all the brothers is estimated at twen.. He h' arc the voice of the avenger : ho-s bee.. .ej$14
'. Squire was executive committee have en. -=--

others, uptured by party of Mwitcans ;ty.sixmillioisof_ pounds sterling.I "WI), this dtltj1 come on,be quick, depart tered into contract for making the readers of aliimpoitantm.vraeab attb.Comment aturwr

; and imprisoned: at Chihuahua,,I ; Probtble! Ai4o Yucatan.-A: \Vashington I Corrupted branch from the fair and beauteous requisite amount of brick, also ordered DAY OF. THf Wilt. D1T1. the ieui&efTBKi

: writer .nt late late to dIe New York Evening Ttrreatial' Paradue I Are to bold, Two dolkra,
made his escape,and reached El Passe I j Je the lime neccessary to lay those -: : S

oiTthe let March.' Cot Gilpin, at Us!, Pqit say : It It bad been tJlpttt.d thai Yd putrid wormi? Come on,be quick depart, brick and to commence layIng Sunday, S 2 9 16 23 30 anc*. ThMe. tAiea tr tJ'1
propose
he l'rr.ident<< t -day would have sent ,in ameacige Bmcf with. scourge of fire I thus command 1od't1iy/ 3 JO 17 24 Ijeara, 96- rreoe.p'esrTweltpies
accounts$,was encamped on the Moro,, the brick by the first of August. ht I vwr.l&A
: Capts. Clarkson and Haley were sta., rt'tom iienjing some definite .etioa 7OI2..'} will be 'Tuepy, 4 11 18 25 lid i l AaeeMt will* "* ..
Notice hereafter given an to
the casf Yucalan. Should be do 110 I From the Parents partakin of the th* *>***
W
upon 5 ((1 raaatra who wfl ]
19 26
Cle PanG.I .4naday,
San
Honed at ;ana. near El 1 when the lots wilt be stared for ta'u- .
I I can hardljdqubt that h. deci.iOIl: or Con forbidden fruit follows the striving of a'lot. lot the GoaLiue '
; b Lieut Ludwig wu at the town of Banana ., 'a the field for We thus early make known to our Thijrsdsy. 6 13 20 3T W
.grele will be ( orable to t"at mi.rable toun, brother against, brother m An Coaatnobteattaa to I

'incursions,to protect of the the Apaches.place against The health the try. andihati j will bs romt"an" unarsi' msstiry. Otto excels and ha."who is fiends abroad our prospects for the In- Friay, 7 14 21*,23 _p) t i W.mul

t \'fhe| troops was &:?-od.I .m.u4. ;o -I ..: .i outdune, incited by anger, slays the,ititution. We think it is altogether a! 3 nrlay, I 8 '1512230

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yUBLlE P*r F. FISDARt Co.rt ya vice-consul! pr6sid it ia cirgmo*i Au milieu de la table, so pnSlassaitorgueilleusement '* De par le Roy, me faire. Jattend; done mIre repon t
$pondh unv alioC lion un riche plateau de pair orrnuler la miennu I
rocWfHlBlCK OOYEWIKNT KN'WC II par Commission de colonel' de RoyalRoussilon
"U GUNDE n.v.VJRDI. au discours de M. Sedg- vermeil soigneusementferm' par tin Cea parole turenuu Y lea dun raur- ;
I I accorded & notre am* ot
/ couvcrcle du mSme metal. mure confus. Toes tea ronvies, lesemmessurtout .
'PENSACOLA : feal Ic sieur Anaiole de Ktt ruel, etc
rnusique Ct resonncr lee mvra Ce plat excita 1'attentiou ctla rus cubljaient en I e moment _ _
0 .2I. 18t8. 1 I.- ete- .
. --- -- theatie par les chants patri-: riosite generate' Le marquis des Au- .. le danger quo Iror lis-nrait I Ie
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Ides deux nations. apr s quoi bee interpell Richelieu. Signf tessentiment d'un horn mo aussi re- l'
SOUSCR1PTEURS.
A NOS Cl \ lut i'adresse aux: ci- SeraitNce encore une surprise g 6- ;Une bruyante explosion dejoie ac. doutab'e: que M- de Marcieu. A d rl.ut .
Noui sotnmes obliges de ptier no.oug.ripteQr5 :scm !' ',de Paris." noise cucillit cette t'cture.' L'ampur d" dun autre langage, leurs yu 'suLli-. : Ii '

i yonloir bien nous faire!' : .' Van Buren, -president: qui -Je croh.que oui, repltqua Riche chevalier pour Athenalf o.*,it'h ignore citaient vivemcnt ''a marquise en fa-
parTenTtle montant Jes Ie urs soascri- t charg6 de lo Bon de personne I Ia cour. On connais- des deux '
'd ; presenter lieu. II m'a a.inorc6 one ohatlerie, veur amans.
'ptions1seIon nos conditions d'abonne.1mcn. j Ph 'ygien au nom.de la yule de,ita'ienne qui devait reunir bus lee salt lee motifs de I'elnignRnv ntde la Ce!:c-ci venaitde prndr3 resoltt- .

... ; -Y9rk. ne pouvant pas assister!' a I;suffrages. Voyons si ses orgucillen- mere pt/ur cette union que chacun deirait. ment son parti, en vdritable femme de

l tonic l a envoy au comite I'!ICS pretensions seront jU'ltifi!' es. Partout on slntercsse egale- eour qu'eilf dtait.L'Slevation : ,.

HOMMAGE AU PAPE.r let re pleine de nobles sentimens I En prof rant ces mote; le mar .chal I ment au sort de deut amans e"gnle du chevalier au grade .

Dfpuis Dement de Pie IX, tIDe (ihaudes sympa'hies pout ia I ardonna: si un laquais d'enlevcr le cou1 1 ment beaux, e"galement pers cut M.C .- de colonel ; I heritage considerable

.t, uoutelte de Hbert* a souffl* sur Cette I lett'e a vie lue et 'rercle I ; changement de fortune donnai qu'il senait dt fairrc par ''ajmort de

fanficn roonde. : Nous pensons ren- de : Vest dissoute aux eris l'as.I' Grande fut la surprise des tous les done I espcrer que Mme do Monlucenoncerail sonjoncle; Ie titr do comte qu'il avaitprcsentement

jreiinccUttathommtge au !-ouTerainponufe. 1 rentes 1 de. vive la R publique! j convives. I' a vouloirsacrificr sa fi IeAusVi ''e droif de porter. chan-: .

en prenarit Rome pour typede 1 ; CouuLouis.. Sur ce plateau, soigneusemeut reconvert i, de loutes parts urit rent des geaient compl temcnt la face des
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ean liq'ie. et en T ca- felcitations le chevalier ct des I
civilisation ; : : so trouvait un ceinturon en pour chose-J.! .
'{UuUntcn reu de mots tout ce que .ut 'i&ii! peau eta des poches, artistement ento'ure's comp'imenspour4Alh6n*.fTS: Lecnme Ce n'*tait< plus maintenant un jeune : .

nt wJui&YOI.!TU faire pour la diffusion de i iII -ues iiouvelles d'Angteterrede' 'de gelees aux cculeurs clstan.tea. stul fronc.ail'e' iourtI! et ne d<<:s er-,;cadet pans fortune. ne poss dant an .

4cs. lumirres rl le noubgement des t f jors plus recentes ont &t re ues t i rait pas les dents. !so'eil que son_manteau ,et son *p&f.

leisures bumaioes. II re Ne \-Yoik dais lajourn e du -29,\ Le plus grand silence regnait ding Lorsque le premier movement d'j Le chevalier de Khcruel devenu .
1 Eft-tl une ville en Europe ou Irs ancus transmises par Ie Courrier la sa le. Chacun attendait impatiem expansion fut passe*, Richelieu prit comte de Vauxclair= m ritsit bien qua

arts ct lei sciences aient etc i'ius ma, .; { la I buisiane.' au quel nous dfVons'i'ment le mot de l' .ngme. Scul fd chevalier jaro'et : on s'interessat d ses amour '

gmfiq,:ement ercturag sl Tandis que ; nbtre reconnaissance pour la (a-t!' arait sur les J levres un sourirc --: S. M. Louis XV vicntde vous ac Telie 6 tail ('opinion. de Madame de

le prut enfant des rues naissant a lane & cbntinuelle.. ..! de ia transmission de1 radieui. cordor chevalier, une fa v cut dont Monluc. -

de lindigetnce grace a ces mille j\ joi rnal. I Messieurs, dit le mar cha'-le' vt us vous rendrez digne. j'en !cUtS Ajoutez A ces considerations, Jussipuissantes .

tcolcs gratuites qui s"etaftent Kpanduestor : i / ou 'ct'es sont toutes pacifiques myst re ne sera pas long ueclaircir. sersuade. A mon tour tie tot* an- d<*jd, que la distinction ac-

toute l' tendue du tenit"ire 10-i t rjen n'indique que lee chartistes ont, !] Vous vous rappclez tous que le jour noncer one bonne nouvelle. J'ai ap- cord e & M- de Marcieu.frisiit: de bien

main. le? chaires des Unlversit s s'ou. me 1'intcntion d'accomplir leurs I demon arrivee a Versailles! ma culot i pris hier au oir, que l If! comte de pre 1 la disgrace et que son embassa-
Truent recevoir les La&catis, les : Vauxclair. votre grand-cncfe, etait de ressemb beaucoup furieusementaun
pour de revolution. Us avail aban I.. te a servi de tcxte a ros :spirituellea e-
!roa1de les M.,ret, les Coperuic, les mute idee de procession pour'I, pigrammes. Le comte do Marcieu, decide d son chateau, en vous institu- exif.Or

Kepp'er.qus' les pipes allaienlcher i ; I senter leur petition a la Chambre'I surtout, so montrait tc plus piquant a ant son l legatairc universe! Son immense en bonne mere, pouralt-ctle:

cber vec leurs tr son, quelque part''d ': Communes. I I i son ftujet et je lui ai propose-de la lui I fortune et son titre vous a'ppar- consciencieusement choisir pour gen-

cue 1 It Pro\Wence l leseut fait naitre- \ I Des dcsordres atalent eu lieu dans envoyer, s'il avait he rite des gouts sin-tiennent done d ddsorrnais ct socks per-, dre un homme qui n' tait p'us daM la

ReTiendrons-nou sur CtUe in plli-, dutI6. de Sch'eswlg; on s'attendait I gu icrs de son aTe nt, La plaisenterie mct'ront do tenira la cotir le rdiig auquel faye'lf dlJ ron |
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sable cbtrite qui sest r6\elde l a nous;, > i oirii e ralme .*e rctablir au moyen I a eu du succcs, it plusieurs d'entre vous venez de monter. La marquise avait done change

rar tam de fondations sublimes L'ho-i I i I n diatiun. I vous, Ic vicomte du Cuinoy entre au- Les applaud! !'emen5 redottbterent, compl temtnt ses intentions a Tegarddupotegede I

spice du Saint-Esprit recerait depuis 'i; A Manchester, ta tranquilite n'arait ties l'ont pile de ;.s inviter a diner le et la figure de la marquise. ,commen- Richelieu, bisque Mr. '
( uatre cents an', lea enfant trout s-: i I t? troubl e, et rien ne pr sagait I ijour ou son cuisinitr: app tdr"it ce fa i ,' clairc if. de'Marcieu lui demandait one r6ponse. :

lorsqUe Vincent ,de Paul implora, eo,! | nouveaux!. troubles I mets nouveau. Eh bien j'ai, comb e Richelieu reprit,ense loumant Vera Elle n'hcsita pas a s'expliquer ca-.

Ffioce pour ces pauvres, petites crea'itires j i A Nottingham, lea ch.arti.tcs, apr s d sirs. Le plat que vous a\ez elle: legonqurment.
la piti de toutes les m res. -,' ;1 |Ivos .. Maintenant marquise na- -J'en suis fch e pour ,eons com- f1te f
I ; tro t unis paisiblement a'ait ajour. trouve dejhcieux tout Pheure, c. vous
L hif ICB des Conralesccns de la Tri- : leur assemblee a 'Iuelques jours.r tait . mon Dieu oui! c' tait la fa. vez plus de griefs s rieux a articuler I dit-el, mali unt Monluc n'. quo \ .
Jlit -dr-s-P lerins pr vda, de ptus4e I L'Irlande centre J'en suis fache sa parole yoU ne J'ignorez paL r
n'm- mon
et
; t! paraitcalme, rien meuse culote; Void tout ce qui nous protege-
enx ficcles, Tetablissemcnt sembia-1 ; de nouveaux troubles, a moins I I reste de ce '\ctement: la ceirture et lea pour M. de Maiden mats je c'ame C'est aussi votre parole qne j"in ..
bit de Famaritaine a Londres, dur.tl : I obserra M. de Marcieu.
.J voque, i 10L'enaagement
Ics du I'ox6cutitm de
\ agens gouvernement, par messieurs votre prtmesse.
poches. JVspfire, que vousfCtrez "
l ts Anglais so' t si fiers. La maison I -: pits enters M. Ie "
I j d intimidation veil.I '
I .yst m(' ne r aussi bien ce nouveau me Is QueUe promesse demand r&nt
de SJnuRoch est Is marechal est ant rietJr a celui
d'jecmic'iement :: que ,
I ( cc peupc qui parait un instant quo le premier. Mme de Monluc et Ie comte. I
pltH mcjcntic qui soit connne. Lori-., !i: Deja les soutiens de lahar Ces mots elpl qu rent I' n gme. Oh parbleu, celle qne rous m'a- irons rappelez. comte ainsi je me
de medirit6 rcmontc, I
poe des depot : : I demandaient des armes ct des Nous ne dironspas precise went aux fez faite a Versail'ea, dans Its anti- trouve contraintederenonceratix pro-
Grfgoire III et I Sixte-Qumt; de I jets dontje, irons ai entretena en rev II
\ au gouvernement pour se lecteurs les pplaudissemens con- chambres do roi. Lejour oa "I'on man
ate tars les orphclin* et les indi quo I fnanl de la cbass Veuillez accepterme
pour prdts d r pdRSSt r.toutes les ten- vrirenfla you de Richelieu et gerait Ia fame use culotte devait, 'YOUS
etaient deja en activii dds Ia fij : que IcMrcr''Ie bonheur du| excuses etcroyez bien'que J'enI "
gens !} I p Aeemens."M. dubeuple Irlaodais; mals, lord M. dc Biron demanda de nouveaJ tar lives promis,
du un si cle. Mais ici une chose serai mains votre sincere amie ,
si me en rcpous ant tnute lieu cetie du cuisinier g ovis. Nous leur chevalier. Or, la culotte subi ton I pu -
turtout est remirqcabtc; et particul e. !' ; provocation, a gpargnd sans -loute ferons grace oga'emenldes sensations malheureux destin; done je suis en 1;I. Le come n'arait pas besoin d'en

te & Ro ne. c'est Ie *ofn arcc lequeun I. de (oi'dres' qui eussent die to n'-sul- I diverges! ,des les hotra du droit de vous soinmer de tenir votre entendre davtntage. I
eprou[ par
sefforce de dans les a-. 1! Dans ce momentquid truisait tou- ; :
prtssentjr : de teite provn ,atiOfl. Des troupea noble due, et a rtout par les femmes parole.Mr. ,\;;(
ttiet ka ). di-pi .'i i; 1 .ek/se trouvaient concentre ts dans I Plusieurs d'entre e'lesa lev rnt de Marcieu ne pouvait rester!

de, rnoia comme une tiche qui rap--!I I Corjc, JI y to vail deux_ .!mule. . tt on jdiSpo8 es m me, elles sortlrent leurs leva et, tout en promenant sur lea'!p'issalent! dma .
'H-lle la prison que comme le d6ve. \ : comptait' dix mire a Dubln. flacons et maudirent 1'invcntion diabo-'convives un regard charge de cote re.i) Peuttre que 1'ambition avail lutt

loppement naturel des ,facultes que I '" Un 'prospectus' de 1'as! !ociation pro. lique de Richelieu. -Madame, diWl, permettez aussi1 i I I I avec avantage contra 1'amour. -

chacun: a re ues de 1 la nature. A celuitu $e en Tarear de Rappel a etc pu- Quelques uns de convlv s. Air. de quo je (acre valoir mes roils, Tout a Peut- lre ctaiuil trap fier pour I laias

qui n'a que de la onne yulont .on I Voici\ ce que nous y remarquons Marcieu entre autres, volurent faire I Iheure en retenanide la chasse.vousvous ';ser devtner ce qui se passait en luL j -

fe a iisser Ie Un ou Carder I la laine; i ;' ; (: pli 9 saillant: I bonne contenanee, et tire aux 6clata. 6tes formellement engag i!J'!' Qui qu'il J en colt, pretext ant lane'cessite \ .. -
celai. 4 qnt a de "I'elan, de la %erve, on ; lo La suppression de toutes diff D'autres se montr rent incr dulrns a m'accorder la main de mademoiselle de veiller adx preparalifs dp
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mettr en main I li byiin, le.crayon ou I icligieuses (t TupUm des clas I'endroit de Paccommodement de la votre fille avant un mois Ne suis-je son depart il prit conge de la societe

ic maui des tnosilqucs.. Deu, dcs f1 protestantes moyennes en Irlande culotte, et fie refus rent A croire que pas egalement fond,a vous sommer::et sortit delasate.Quelques .f

pluscl l bres gra-t'eurs de notre cpo. | : lie l legislation independnte, is! eus-enl mange de ce mets hct6rociite. -:de tenir votre parole! minutes apr s on ente dit

qar, Cilamatia et Mercurik suitemdrbopice \ ::o ve droit d' mettre '!'publiquement' Le uisinier fut appe6! 11 tie Atant qne la marquise cut repondu, !te galop de son cheral qui Temportait' -

< apostoHque de Seint- llebel,i: !' 0 inion comme soul moyen d'at-. fallut rien moms que son affirmation un valet entra dans la salle, pr cdantub '! feN Pans. -

ct cbaque ann e leur pieuse recon-' 'I son but. pour )es convaincre que Richelieu courriera, Ia livr e du 'Oi d; Fran.i Chacun rants ibis libremenU et 1 -
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ntuttnce envoie a I'hospice qui les 3o [>oyaule enrcr? la Heine, les leur arait ch rement fait expier leursintarissab'es ce. sans contrainte Ibabilete de Riehe'I
ele6s qnelque nonvea-i cheWaert -' 'de propn6t6 tels qn'ils existent plaisanteries. Celui,ci remit au comte un papier:lieu et predtt aux amans Ie sort Ie plus I

\ Rtppellerons nons rnamlenajit' -nant et la repudiation de tout! La com die n' lait pas finie cepen- iteil* aux armes de Leuis XV. h.-ureui. -- t

mutes cw pit uses confrerie! bUS ce I r publieain.I dant. s- L'attention redoubla. Le phis grand i i: Comma tout s'enchaine pouriant '
I
'-n rratoires pour tes adolescent,1 lee j!! 1 1I I ngagement a eu lieu entro les Dans le premier moment, la mar. silence r*goa parmi lea ronvivcs. I i dan s ce bas monde, dit r.-: de Biron. -
reuse,;Ie ml mrtitt tnuies ces dotopour I s danoises et celles des provin. quise de Monluc s' lait rapproch M. de Marcieu ouvrit I la> d p*che''iSan* la culotte, point de railerieasans ;- \! -

lei jeunes titles dontla somme ( d Sch'eawig' On espcrait kvoir dune fenOtrc. Ee] so disposait main- royale et la parcourut avec agitation.I railleries, point d'engagement _
t' ctaii chaque ann e, dans la iculeil ; I tab' I'ordre par one prudentf inter-!hnantquitter'la salle, et ella passait Cette lecturu paniC produire ant lui I formel de la part de la marquise : ; -
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.1de Rome 6324,000 franc ( 60! n- devant RicheHeu, en lui ad'essant une imprei ion profonde.. II devenaittout sans engagement point de met g -

mile 'eus) : I quelques mots assez aires, lorsque Ie bl rne, et uufe sueur froide inon nob,-et sans meta g nois, point de

VoU ce que "t'Eglise strait fait, *uCentre : mar chat lui prit galamment la main. dalt son front. I manage entre M de Kh .rud et m'le .

de unite cato'4que, avant I'&jiwt I LA C iok. RICHELIEU. Permettez, madame, dil-il, que Quand II out termine, il langa d Richelieu de Monlue. '.5
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'..uti de la philantrooia et desJamtere's. I I. jo vous p'ie de demeurer quelques in- un regard foudroyan>; pui5 t. -Yous le vtiycz done et Voltaire : -
L'epanouissement de !>*-! Eh bien votre cuisimer est un stans encore. Votre presence est n*- d'une voix gull ne put s'emp cher, 'avait ration de le sontenir. r6pliqua leduc

pntde !rEtiDgilcetait dee lutes! com- rand!, homme, observa M. de Biron,,cessaire ici. en depit de sa politesse exquisc, de ; tout est pour le mieux dam I le

-PKqqeU philantropie a etA r duite I : je ,veux qu'il apprenne au mien sa La marquise le regarda avec indi rendre saccadee et sourdc: meiUeur dfsmocdr possibles.Lemets .

4 lot emprunter la plupart de set idietEUe : Illation -Mar chal. dit-tl I, ce pUs me prou- genois txceptS-f observa. .
je de tui voter une lard- Sans paraitre 6mu Ie moms du mon 1
favour de
lei doit propose ve une fois encore, que voIce Ia duchesse daily
tout a
qu'elle
fait de bien etJusqu'presque ce 11.t ce me dod I d' onneu:, ajottta la duchesse de de, Richelieu Ia conduisit & sa place. est plus prfcieuse que jamais. Si vousservez La marquise vadrea-a alors a Ri- -

teti5 pinitenciaire Me.'attr bul' lt Mally.Tott II commenga a'ors' avec le plus ordialment vos amis TOUS ne 'chtlieu. h. -
q en vinttnt 1'excellence du grand aplomb, a d couper ce plat d'n- pargnez guOre ceux qui ont le malheurda Mar chal, mar chat, dit- jle jdvous :
poraposement )I.. iens et
thodirtes d'Auburn pre et bjte de Philadet I' italien, on amva au dessert ,ne nouvelle elfp ce. Une des poches vous d plalrr'. 'I i. pardonn., rolontiera le stra'agC. I

phi.. Nooiallons Ie volt en e1fet. en' j Les! Tins de licit ux du due araient circula a Ia ronde mali; ne s'arrdta Et se tournant verla marquise! : ..me employ* pour YOU debarasser du, J

'tine exicntion i Rom, dis I ann6170S e t leur eflet; tone les visages 6- nulle part. Sur le rrfqs de too, les Madame, dit-il, S. M. m'accorde l comte deltfarcien; mali totre'p' t dial i J

Par ordre duo pap, de Cl "., I ': s, tous les yeux brillaient; convives, le chevalier se I'aJjugea, en une distinction des plus flatteuses, bolique me restcra. long temps cur I, i 1
neat XL charmantsouiire s' panouissait cur cons rvan!. lui aussi, un sang-froid mais qui aura pour effet de m' loi. :cceur. Tenex-Ie TOtlS pour dilt je me I
I pris troir (alt agrandir le mignU1:: I '!lea l levres.! marquable. I gnat ausait t de-Paris. Voici ma nomination ,',vengerai --S f t tIe F.

fiqoe bojpict de ,iSaint-Michel i Rips I Le (plaisir n1 etait pas plus vif au fes Tous les yeux se tix rent stir notre, & I'ambassade d'Espagne I nai pu A craindre, dii meins. i f

Orale, ce fut i Saint-Mlchtl que J Balthaiar, avant que la main de cadet Altait'il retlement. gofiter i'Vingt-quatre heures seulemeat me:que irons raappliquw lapeine dtt" ta-. I S
I Cttraentfit construlra one pri ton cor- I he, t rag It sur lea murailles les ce mets coriacel sont accord es 'po rme presenters: hub ditto due en souriant't| l -

rectloolIe pour lea Jeanet d6thuIJ40ftt mote myst rieux qui annon aient L'Ctonnement .s'accrut lonqu'on ,it Versailles, recevoir lei d p cbes et I Vous croycz 1 I

Ie p1u rat: en tout conforme tUx, fin ':'da l'emplre de Babylone I Khruel d pecer bet et bien lapochede ,lea instructions qui me,.soot ueeessal. -Mais san dopte,. pui.qull voumauque < ![ S

p'nitenclerl d'aojoard'hnL Elle M Richeliou it an signe au chevalier cuiret en tirer un parchemln assezvolumineux. I rest flrnediriger vera- ma destination. et le cuisjoior I genois rt I Ia co: ,

-poaa*, pour Bout PtVIT du es- nul autre que lui ne devina I le Lo but da mar ehal Ht aU6lnt,tPjDmefOUS lotto. S

1tenictamms da ponltfc, de*oix ntPtt : '|It -(111! dit-ilen jouant' 1 la surpijise & voyez, puisque' en partant je r1f. . -S '
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,ti cellalet .'OUyru toctes 'ar sens.Le4 laquais apportaient alon Ie I.on tour. Qu'ett' !pelal lais e le champ libra & mon rival. Co- ExnttYJut '
flue enceinte commune dn Uquelle"rent ' | -Ce doit tre la recette que de,I Maw ion triomphe n'est pas encore I I II

rt nk elM atell r. poor lef tr*- ,L'ordonnance en 6talt uperbe. Lei i mandaitavec tant d'iiuianecs Mr. de **sur6, bt 11 depend dc vous de rvtenira I 'IAXUIO P." nloBOO.I S

"aut 4. cene! elaubes IndtJlbip.L"isoIt1MDt .- *, lei plus defeats et lea plus ra'!Biron, repondit Richelieu: voyez' plujt -I I Paris.. Mon age et mes b'emures: g"-I n 1!!of thl 1'......,. and Dh'tr t.....t. t tff1i& .

te 'ilen .; dc. iwtrac j i s'y montraknt 4 cdt* d'une vaI -, t'vou'.m' ; 'J ,'gn.es au service du. roi, peutent. me I *t-rte ("t, Hall f -
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t ; Co Journal a'la Nou- Bale Rill' Ky rer L' 7 71-2 Nasal Stores -.
paratt ; OFFICE.COA
; Proposed and agreed to by the 1\, Northern ' '"" Tar ,. r t .per bbl 175r Sa
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It Crackers . . S PtrJtstl1rp..ne p gall 42
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t General Assembly. (Pay abI d'avance.) I1LANKS, .,HANDBILLS Brick,. Lake p. 1000 350 600 OIlS, Libseed pel"" gall CO !
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the 5th ArtlricofthConstllutlou of;! Par suncshe . Ie. G I French,Wine p.100 100 I FaU. ., . 1 W 1.
This State .>. tut tbf Judges orthrircult "' r I llran . .r. looL 00 1 Summer 110 1 aCllffee.
f urtixnal: ] holed their offices1 Par an f ', It. 1O** Printed to order,with the(utmost vromt ,Jude, and to the satisfaction of Hio. 61.1. ,nlralr refined . .53favanaRoodPr.gr.
\I\II 63-1, 71. Lard ''HI. . . . M _
favor Office their
for a tern of eight! }ears, Jnttead tiftinrti Lea nbonnctnens all who may the wllh patronage.
ne datcront Tanners .
I r -inferior to mid pet bb l200 lS'
g geol brharlor. I:quo du Icr, d i 10 ou. du 20 tie o --- -- < - .- .'- --.- Java s . 10 I 11 Calot' . . r gatl 115 .
Laguayra . . 714, 71-2 Oil Cake . per ton
I : SECTION 1. Be it enacted by\\chaquc mois. SL omingo. a t 61.2 63-1 Prorisonsperbbl
lies pcisorincs s'abounc- THE 1NEUTiLAL.. crocolal N. I to Beef mesa nartherra.
the Senate and Ifntse qui p.
cflleprcsetttattvcs *\ : ..
) .
t NO, 2 . 9 western 11:5opper. :
h'H. of the' State of\\,ronJ\ IJ1Jll\ [ uunn ct qui paid) out A WEEKLY L1TEEALY JmflAL( Braziers.pL ?:I.. 29 1-2bb 350

Florida in General Asembly\\I,d'avancb\ phi;rje leur ubon- :Sheathing . . 251.2 26 India mess per if
ncmcni, rtcc\rot; commc pri- I Candle. per .C Prune messto:;
evened, Thai 12th Clause: rtJlJLlSIIID EVERY TUESDA L:} FRENCH AND EXGJ.1&ILPROSPECTUS Sperm'cw.ccdford 30 311- Prime perb 1- 911

of the ; th. Article of the C9n- :me, gratut/en cnt, cu jolics bro- 0003'; iad- Nantucket :30 ., t B. Beef . ? -150 S
r stilution of this Slate bet 1 so'' cbtirts, ct ou fur et mcsure di --=:);. 131 ,I Tallo\v . t 10 12 Cargo . . .
i leer les fi-uillcton* Adamantine. . ZJ 23 Dried ,. pert 514 '
amended :\s'to read as follows,]: publicati ju, ,' Steanne . . a Tongues. per do; 750 9
fix: That al the expiration of.quo le J.nAOA1IERICAtN: in- Cordage, per.c Purk c.'fear. per bb 350 g1Manilla ;

the term of office oflhe| s6rira dans 1 lcrours, dc Tanner At a time when the desire for information is so gen . i .-. 16 17MEt . J. '. . S gB
present ) N Tarred, American 11 111.2 )1 0 . . . 75! q31
'
Judges of the Circuit Courts, I'II'yO- volumes fran ais cnvhons,, .rally manifested among the people every where and particularly Russia . , . '. Prime ..... ... .. &t75 1

;;. with the exception hereinafter & \l. A. Ronere cst TA- among those of this newContinentj: when. the J love Corn .1ItDl . per bbl 100 1 r; P, 0 . . . .
du FRlNCO-AMERICAIf Literature the Arts and Siences Politics Commerceand t I,oa1. Cannel per ton Hog round pe.rL 21.1
If
mentioned, the Justices. of the i t t I gent \ Western; . per bbl 00 Bacon; Ham perL.CiJrr. 3 t. I
Supreme Court', and Jhe Judges Ipiiur I ce.tttt vi Ie ct environs. Industry, seem to demand an increase of the already j .Northern p. bbl 300 8(I i0( do canvas . 6 I

.... Cork,, p.lvet 1000( 150 27j SideJ. . . . 4
have 4i
of the Circuit Courts shall be :I -- -- ,xlcnsivc means of promulgation : we thought that the p. :
e- Orick, Russia p. bolt 11(10 00 S1 ouIders' , . 13-4 S
Jectrd for a term of eight ycs.rs. I: .8 !-1 : f{ i publication of a new journal will be the best means of contra English I. . . 1200 1600 _Lard . . 31 s

and shall hold 1 their offices s for:s L I Ii Initing our mite toward the attainment of this noble object Ravens . . 700 900 Butter Goshen . 13 HAm
i MEDICINES ! N.2 a 10 p.yd 2j 31Vcstern . . 13 11
I that term, unless sooner rcmov-i;I Many of our friend who fervently desire the success of j Ol" per Ion Cheese. American d 1- ,!

ed under the _provisions made!, our journal have urged us to publish it in the French and Logwood, campeac2J 00 JOO Pine.Appfe .

in this Constitution, for the res i I l fEi fP Ll I English languages, to which we acceded: with a view to enlarge -,Sl Tampico Domino13011, 11000 1500 1400 Onions Pntatoes.per!: . . bbl.. 2W 1Futic : Slfi lIl

moral of Judges by address or AXD its circulation and usefulness with that class of per- Indigo ; . per..c s.3 1 :5 Port'er. London p. do! 2EO 2

; impeachment and for wilful r understand both languages. At the present time Madder . . . 12 15 Nortfetn.perbbl 800 4
; numWARRAATED: ons wno eggs . . perbb) 800. 1000 Nort mAle. . goo 8
t neglect of duty; or ,other' rea- :he French language has become ah essential branch in a good ,Flour per bi'! Rice Carolina per.L 31

sonablccause\\| shall not be GEVUIXE.Dr. md well finished education, inasmuch as it is used in almost Ohio, &c. superfine '' 425 pica Cassia ptr.t 13Illinois
ic 1issonr d. 2j ,1.311Cloves! ,' . 2SSl "
4 ,
:.' sufficient: ground for impeachment J. SfOSNAHAM J every country on earth, and because it affords us pleasure to1ercei'c Louis, .jitr . : 1"n Gingt'r.race. . 7t.. I

the Governor shall re- ) an increasing disposition! in many of our fellow-cit- Sour . . . Groun'd. . : 10 bhiathcrs

more any of the) f1l, on the address has juttreceived, a fresh zens to understand and practice ,the beautiful language of II . . perX Zi 2S." Nutmeg . ; S,. 150
I SU ply of ,I Flaxseed . per tierce 770 i id) Pepper I. . : . 81 1
j ofltvo-tbirfisof the Gcn-I MO'FFATjTSTcplebrd, ted Lift Pill-/ France.It : I Fish. Cod_ per box 1 1121-2''' Pimento t .. . 10 it
I oral Assembly; Provided and I'tianl* Flt IrraDr. Mackerel NO 1 p.bbl 823 875 S.arJ La: pert
.JIIBBARtTS ramify l'Il/Io. and is our intention' to entertain our readers as best we can NO 2 t. 650 q 73 In tDe Cdy.. : . 13-1 1
be
ver, 'I I hat the causes shall ;SIll,.,: l i \ithout interfering he politics of.I the day-in which. nc intend NO 3. . 500 575; On Plantation f .
slated at leu alb( i..such address I > . box 50 .6.j lfavanaWbite 1 !I
l Dr. GORDON. S. f mlll1."i.:/ : to take no parti 'All well written communications will Urrring per. I
and entered on the Journals ofj FETCH s /.///., and LEE s /'///-. ,Fruit, Almond 1 Yell w . . 6
I Ao! n ftt hn supply ot i'"';fly Slidl- oe inserted without comment! -mfciely relating the facts it Soflseell . per..c 12 : lJ': nrb"'n '. . 4JHarsJhell I
i each; House. And: provided+cine,\rhn rvllaat' fh" 'tun!",., ftrof. )rder to keep pace with the current: events 'of the day. . . 1 i Lr+a f Boston &: Phi: I: .
further Thai the cause! on t ttforu"A' -JilHrr, f,ralU ->t hi- "ItauiosJiR. p. box 170 1 EO Louisiana . 8 t t- a
j
,
shall be notified I to the':Drug Stae.tralafux i | I ( SirenL Teo$ac+,I IaNE1T teraturc, the Arts, Commerce and Industry, ,Will find -)1 & L, . 7 1J
causes }
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= : lace in our columns. ,1 3 -C. . i' Salt: -
udge so intended to )removed : A41nANIMCNT.. ) Prunes . . . Livpl tine sack car 11
and he shall be admitted to a1 In discharging the duties of out Station we nil! endeavor Figs. Drum perL 13 from tore. .
ffi\T-l -- -- 10 consult not only our own hut tie| interests of Lemons per box 2t.j 2-t0 r,ontsecargo. 100 1 I
hearing in his ,:own defence t our patrons, Oranges . . . 200 3 from store .. 11
before any vats for such remo- I ir rn.s. md the public generally. We will i endeavor with all our ability 'rai"rebat p.busb. SO tOO Sa1Jpdn refined per" 8 IOats.
.ii to advance and improve the ,vstem of-public education . 2l.2] "'crude '1 . .
al shall in+ such ; '
: and cases '
:
pass
Corn, In air. per bbl 3.3 3S Soap pert; ;
1
the vote shall bo taken by yeas ILI.S. md for that purpose we will keep!, a regular correspondent shelled p.bnsb: 21 30 NOfthefn Bzi. :10 J 6 3

V and and entered the I ivilh the most celebrated A erica l and European journalistsThe Beans,., . per bbl 175 3 00 No 1. ... . .u IBGunpmeder
nays on t No 2. . . 31
Journals of each House tcst -, DJULY! M \ U [l a NEUTRAL will be published every Tuesday on good pa'1cr Common.. per keg 350 Sp ritJ,per gallon o

t with fair and will be . . 600 iflars
pectuely, 'j| From PENOACOLA, to MOBILE type, edited and revised b} a gentleman Sporting i i' Brandy. 173
t box oftlO ft SU fArncriean
SEC 2. II tit further enacted,} This line (il atocked with new Coathe, of talentand education, whose services he so kindly Of of p. 8 x 10. 175 200 A Chamrg. 1 00 $

\ .. That the? Judges first appoin-I(Troy built ) good lour hone taws, am rcred us. 10.112_ 200 2i0 : 110 I
ted under this aktfull and accoiiioJutin, : ': dr.\(Or.I .. 12 x 19. 27 J 3 American: . 40ltml.
tlru TERMS OF SUB' : Western p ton Runt; Jamaica. 1121
con-I Leave Peiuacola daily at 5 o'clock P. M) CRIPTIOi'J.
stitution, shall be ': I learn I lti ter.ron d. . New I nd.Dcw.rotted. 3! >i
I Office al ) 0..11: kGomei For 00 . . 10000 11500 New Orfe 30' 1hacked.
lot imo four classes. The first one year, $4, } 1 I ns
Leave Xldhiln l dai'y! at 9 o'd'ot P, MI !"I/able In advance , . . 'Vbiskey, Rectified 15 l. : $
class shall hold his or their i I I Jllil e Mauaioii llou For six month 2, 00 j ,''lay. . . per ton 1200 l 1500 Common J. . 16..

office or offices for the term: *. n. Yearly tubteriberi wilt hart prfailtgt of inserting Business errl I f/ides: per.f: Alcohol . ;i. 001V 1t
I I
FARE SIX DOLLAHS. \ I &Mexican flint 61- r..c
of two the second fort I IJ. gratis for ttx month 7 ThOOep "
I : years : . : Dry salted Mexican Choicf"'A: Sepr LJ'Vetsaultcd 6I i 11
II VLL.l Co.
: .. the term of four years* the third I Propr'al i i 3. 5 Fine . . .J. .; 5I-: I

It for the term of six1 years, the I P tUaculf'.1 :frlaich._ BIS.. _. PRICE OF INSERTIONS.! Dry countr y. . .5 6 Fair. . ,:. 41irron
-- - --- I . C \ a1 I
pig. pertor 3000:1300: mmon. . .
i fourth for the term of eight ALL FW- ALL GOOD !III! Advertisements will be inserted. at $100 per square of Country bar perL 41-2 Inferior. .. .', 2English.

-4 : years I' wclve lines for the first, and Fifty' Cents for each subsequent . per.ton SIOO TaUotc . .'perL 71- '
[Passed (the Seriate bj the DRY .nsertion. Swedes assorted. lOoo() TeaImperialper 40 1
GOODS.GROCERIES Hoop . perL 6 61-2 Glnpower! .','. . 3 I
Constitutional majority, December ' WINES & Advertisements will be. published in the language desired Sheet . . . 5. 51-2 Uyson..I.; . 2a 11
# ., 22.1 l$17. Passed the' Nail Rods . . 5 61.2 Young 111 son. 151
irid if in both discount of 25
Corner of, Jlrl3'LE.and a Per cent will be made. CaslU1mencaD' 3 4 Uyson akID .1. s 40, 1

House of Representatives, by j 1.1'TE.Y711: :! .! S',.I'fmfitcola. A very liberal discount will be ', made to yearly or semiyearly '..umber. yard prices oQ Poucbong ... . 20 t
the Constitutional majority Bds, pine" pNl (1 25 00 0 00 lVinr; ,'I
,
I Tht ntidrrstgnetf h."jl'd opened a new Eton advertisers | _
6. 1818. a ---yeuw . 1000 1000 Made ira per gallon 1 OOi 3
January ] I f Dry Goods, CJrocerlM: Mlura, elf. *' . 11Stave's
U
Pensacola. Dec. CM, 1817 I GypreSi.: 11 00 3100 Imt1auon. .
All Florida will !tLc beat quality Uiely' received, to atle a ( ;. peper 1200 :3000 J500 Teuerifei.1 .' a It T''l li
papers
i\S6 4rssle and'RtjaJ,at llit Ioe t pike I P f NDAR. & Co.' Publishers. W 0 bhd c 25 00 00 SIC1'Y Madeira ..
Writ publish, provided J1ot'more *
All Orders bribe' aboTe Arurlrs will b. French but oo 1300 MalagSieet. : . 5t
than! 20 doll is charged. lie ab 1 ? w o obead ?100 00 15ry. t . .
I put up at ( rust noti V. CONZALCSJtt*, .,,: VIXCENTE RIOUOO, Dead, Big. PCfJQ9L 3 70 375 Port .'.... r. ., 43 1M
April 20, 1818. I.. A YIUARD.I Billiard Uoom, Armore% and Black Smith, etc. Bar . . . per. 4I 41-2 Claret. BOfd p, cask 1754::
---------- ---- I Pentacoia 27 Dec. 1817. Sheet 6 61-2 200
Paltfox
at, between Govemc'nt : rime. Western bhl rarseiJle'9' 1550Thomaston :
NEW ESTABUSMENT.Mresrs. : -- 'f I p pernl

,i ; : I 1 r NEW GO 0DS. I I1CXR\ IIYER, .: F. & II. ROC1!E, . 130 13 1-2 Catalonia per easl 1606)
Camden . xllolassrs
1 Dtj Good.Store, -- BakeryBajlen a. 1 513 1.2 per galtor 30
i Out for Good ;mid deviation. : .per gallon .. Cb\mragne p. der 600
Gonzalez& Co have op nf'd A price no ralar x it, corner ti latenJentu,
at, oJ' .
corner GcTrrment,
? h. I ,.In the Cu\ . . U 19 .Wool Met. per l00.l
new Billiard P"alofox street
R j SSldorhjft On'Plantation . '
'VINTEULOTHINGS., ; V. de LA HUA. 'if iLAFAYETTE ROBERTSON 15 Americanp.T. l'
-hk" ,
between Got ermfnt Intcndentia : Vail;4d ri god per L 43- 5 :. '
B. P. MAO 3E Clothing Store, and Public Auctioneer. Reading Room, and Cofie House .' . .
in ast'yiii 6f elegance unequalled by baajacrPeei"d aj rgelected .... ...,
any establishment of the kind 'in the . stock tlf Dry and Putty" Goodi. Palalbx at oppoiite the S uue, I Fain To i at,oppo.ite the Square I I "
of for this season, to which be in?lie i tha attention '. I 1
city. The popularity; tht proprle D. DAVIDSON, JOS. COLLINS Cc. '

tors will insure them an extensile pay of the puliliC. Auctioneer and CottmiiMton Merchant, i Fancy, Boot and Shoe Maker. ,EXUH NGE-OuT-DOOR,
Pen, cola 27 Dee. 1847'CALENDAR- .
ronage.' ; Sioi at the West Gate of the Navy YardlPa On lotendentia f tfet,opposite the '. .,1>1\\01 .,! ION
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.. -- --- ------ ,M;GOLDSMITH' it Co'-. ZENON StCHUT; ., "LONDUN. . .. -. : "2 "a 5 ct.
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REGULAR f CKETS. ion THB-9.7H' OFJPRILY Dry Goods Store, Family Grocery Slore Ji'o, .
ON FRANCE :' . IlOi II
i tagG.ata.iFc [Palafoi InUndent! lotendenti&atdPalafoj s J'
i Tli SALt and it, between Government Comer of ft.
", ESTEPIIANE Sloop / iJy.ai i..- ,. ON NEW-YORK: at 60 days. ,' 2:112"at: ,>3 f' Lrjs'.
Dr. BROSNAIIAM, J. R BROOKS, ,
> : '
.laC! 1 tC'f'blatf.uktl' f..n i'enaacola DA.t" 0TTBC WELl: DATE.Sunday Do.:' : .; :. ." ':' '!; .cLn L.
-8: : and the Nary Yard and I -, Drogt, Med nHand Chemical l8 Store. Dry:Gooda Store,--corner of Palafox sight" $." .. par J'1'a lj 2, $ ,--
I
, other Rlare.ol"iJ. HUo1e flask': >f V ftr tcr.Jillion wheneverfrrjjr and : .2; ,9, i6: 23 30 Paltfof it. between Govermeut and Intend. and ZarigQia 8t. ON BOSTON at 60 days sight, .wh 2-,IMtr! 41r.2: 3/4f d.,

j .t t or paflHnlf'f' nu.T titTer )loddyTue'aday, 3 10 17 24 .. '3. QUICLisS," -. j JERR1SON, Jr. ON PHILADA., at 60 days, : 2 112a'9.t' rON ctia:
i 1 beta boat a iH al IJ&HI& held in readmefi, I .,is ,',
: at one dai'j fWto be at the aervire ol '. 411'I l Pbblit. Auctioneer Dry Good,Hardware, &Grocery, BALTIMORE, at 60'days .;-2 l 1/2' a'13, tl'&
/ hK krtKt. 6-bin.+unthn pI".eunl Mttier, Warmed; at'0 tf'-lit926'.! ra1.toxt:" : Comer of Determent& FaUrox at, { 1 *" ., r-
I \a Term: Lbwal For krihen ;.''itrmation.f . '{ Tharsd1Ls'"t'6': ia'20'21, .' :-- ' ' ON- CHARLESTON, S. C. .,days fit %< .T"' tj.:. f ttj.-
; F. BOBE'Prl t
apjrff 10 I ' k B.P.MAGEE, : | :: HAVANA at 5.a' 8 V 3 *
t:0 .
: 7 (21 28 days .11La't5JapcL|
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',PiDEL,4NDE &..C. PINDAR, t.il11 ;; ( Auctioneer, and Commlasion. Merchant,1. i ,,I f" Goods and. Grocery tr't : .' -
riifeMd>a.1t 1 lj i,!"IO-tr Situ rf.", I I' ,8 152229i Falaloi at '' 1 Goer..nt-s i..t,opposite* the Square. ". ''t.. Nt'..,.-f'-'Orlt nf"tay 6.14I.

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