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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 16, 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: VID00015
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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- '1'1t9SPECTUS OF I >: -, The Galbara .
"' giant brought

T TW.dtrr.__- "ed, Q11 h.r1 alt hutehsed-.r Ute x-GAw 'THE NEUTRAL. from Arabia to !HoSe, under
p"blleatlOft nt r nt JHgd'o Cflmr e
Y will naQln. Claudius wall Beat- ten
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tl feet
Jitft" neh 1nOft1h" .foId deberrrdj faigb. !
I 11 tr ilia' at the w y wrut'.f Oa. IW.U Eunnman, who lived i irj the '

,per. *".III. s. time of Eugene J 11. measured '

A UAGr'IFICIENTSTELL ENGrtAVlNC. TTIIijIi2 w,1 1f *'1I2 'amill oBu + eleven feet and a half. .

The Cavalier Scror. in his
,...,, 0tb' 8. 'n-n. W'klf'1.F voyage of Teneriffe -

r,aatMtrdet'ntheUr.uedState I1.iipe ... VOLUME: i. PENSACOLA, TUESDAY HAY 10 18 8. NUMBER 10. found in one of the cav'. \

&-eta .and.,clad em .o.i11 nor eootao'rsut1dw.peer! with new nadol eriis of that mountain the head

bri1tN r pro St ON B DOLLAttPEil POETRY. A SKETCH FOR BACIIELORS. ic resolution more powerfullythan formal commencement was delivered of Gntiuch, which had eighty

U\I.CHEAPEST baD, undoubtedly.JIUOJiZKVma ..,.--._.. ---'-- .._ :...=....-.... -.....'-....... PR P'' SALS. I felt the influence of this feriously) frightendboth teeth, and it was supposed that .

rsB d i.. the Urdf. tier fuWwh.d in th* T.IEDARDS. AlHORTCHXf riot THAT SUBJECT. I had! resolved, I would execute!! parties.The rose dropped his body was not less than. fifteen C

Illf'4 ,tatn t th"" plafuII It whdhtn the By Thomas Buchanan Beard, It will be det-med vanity at| I walked the street with a from her fingers, the box .from feet long.

or e."'1 gotletwhntakeaaointere.teach *1 all mat.. When the.we I da*ir.rilenre' IttUi departed, my age to say; that at twentyfive proud' consciousness of the he wine, andVas only able to The giant Ferra grin, slain --=--- .
.the monpkl
And twil-pblpome" with des J, downcast by Orlando nephew to Charlemagne
roism of resolution and follow this -
rcr oar iwbt.n fiirwutmrthr name.lice 1 nits poss,.sscd'of a full my up impressive exo-: ,
NJ\-crlhrT (e dt'l, 69) ail be rite et'P in the height of my pride farly! diuni with some was 18 feet high.In .
of commonplaceremark
hare the
of the .
rati., If "ch The glowing spirit mlgbly.hrarttcl.1i ordinary personal
the t"tlth" rnr7 'on'-
tdirA..i\l .Is all(....... If- ten 1..bMRltf'f.. ( arari taiuanil ice n-e'I rj'.nrm of }'fllIh. t\ ithin a feared lest in the .words of ;51 : nbo.uUbe beauty of the 1814, near St. German, .

. ,t\.) hI' will tM-1."I&II, and the 1..diN little of the Chrr te"rfichlian standard poet I should strike the stars evening after which we relapsed was found the l rfiof the gi i: .r
"d''t''each' t a whoa[voice an f'ftdle'II n'euurrFilraa -
sand' ',1' to > tAi'yg.tM ISrY.r purr ant Isurent wfJKui
inA 1w,.nrc yr tent on a.I r a.fja ;0 -il.-.., .e t'a tl."ral "pli.TUiiil ,,, of night. uf height::; {five f.'et ten, with my lofty head. But sen.. l J into our former silence than no less
tutrtrd: eert that aeadnrt.' i iMe of the imperfection of hu- however twenty feet high. ,
ar.mbliraI. ed with Gathering,
me : opi>iet!> with lock- blat k and gloss as energy
Ad fir,.N tlauCLAItK d.1 mall and consiiousthatmine ii .from defeat I made In 1590 near Rouen, was .
pin' +err. the raven's alas the driven powers, after a
wing, ( '
PuUi'ur.IItubOft .
W. lUt Y AN. found '
skeleton whose
a skull
T ro'". in a diiod of light I in particular were liable second
slight e a
is not whiter pau attempt.
N. 1' snow now ) held -
___ f Old! Hnm"r'* w nf. in ini!hiT un'lnl.tian., with fair complexion, cheeks to fail in so delicate an emergency 'Adams' said I It in a slow, a bushel of corn, and ) ,
Com.s furling! ceaseless op the obliviju I resolved at least to Dolmen rvi I whose body must have been
fSOSPlCTCS OF THE TJEttD VOLUME.THE glowing with the red tide: of sepulchral voice -
... main, 'eighteen feet long. .
write and commit to allow[
memory -jvillyoi-ivittyou
: I heir. the rivers fr.m a>irre ding na.lion.,1 youth and health, and possessing you I Platorius at Lucerne
Cuanaacnbgdowru agatul I It what is generally consid- lilY declaratory speech. This me to offer you-to offer yoia ,
1fESTF.t:1CO.YTINE.T. undignified and foolish thing 1 pinch of snuff' the human banes of subject
tvwrwffrIWfc....t[hear Vtrfil'* stream through vernal valley err-d sullicie'nt go .d sense and ". nineteen ftet lung.r .
A SOI/dmfly education did. Instead of trusting to the "Withpleasure, sir, replied *
for all the [ ,
Veil. Ktvltal ua politics ,*4BT fll..I"II [ piactical Bnrcat
fill I i I,warm outpouiing of an ingenHHIS ( , a soft sweet voice 'which giant was twenty ,
rdaS 0" And T...o". sweeping round tbrolt'JbI purposes of life, it may bethought [ ,
fPITD I I P.lrsl". I tint. my experience in heart, which i'i some way in contrast with my own,sonntl-; two and a half feet high ;

WILLIAM: T. THOMPSON. !And. Denir'.drepand'olrmn titer rolling matter of the heart ought to at least would have managed to ing liki* a strain of soft music, his l thigh bates were found in \:

seined ily Fart l1adtllaltJ ltajurJ.t I Thrnug rrn... of mtdninrht ,p:ne. 'have proved an exception to make itself understood m.d felt, following up the rumblings of 1702 t near the banks of- the' rover

Janet. of Pmeulle.IF 1 1I" Rheni halls hear the pilgrim lover, the rule that *' the course of I[ committed to memory a cold an earthquake. I felt my eyes I Moderi.
KUNOON'I I \1T hu In 1613 castle in'
T' : Nt- ta.f Wrave his wild-tn'1Ip the Mailing ylnntft d ,d formula of words to be delivered Marling from I felt near a
.,.,,,,f'ft'd.d' *' e n ic e.lly.tag'e; ol uraail.rtf! entrrjst*-<. Till the j..uiig tnatdeu'a eyes are. Lrunlll'\l1 But alas! not so? It was as the school boy recites that the veins on my foreheadwere Dauphine, a tomb was found
,' ''' "1I v IIH.r.e theca \\'a utcrVtth my thirty feet long, twenty wide.and
4 a r 'I''J.a( his speech, of which it i is sumIcient swollen like the streamsof I .
r,'r'A'r "urwdt! son IN"in]; Hf to lit fortune to become acquainted -
" \ the 'td abe-brinct eight feet whichwas
cup high. on i
b' !re s"iu "ii '.....r. .respect for the with for the purpose of this article spring. I felt the blood
thtt.! u.i.c, huh we cnifr Un,n "nb. Fr-irn StMiu.h lull I h.,tr t e', ii" t. a young lady possessed reccollect the follow-1 cut on a gray stone the
ter. '"....1'; .'t ..f 1 .lr ;oa..dt Uaa.fnflrrra. ah; so charm*, mental, moral V\ mantling!) over mv face, braw, '
many *
>i>nii''* d i r" "''''f'.t. It **.- N-t-tt the derPL Pool tog. in torrent. their p rj>ciial (Ia.>sirA. anti nnd ing; sentence Mi . i e' the prn.rwor; ..I th.- C..tin 11,> *..! tar r *drr- ant a F..-tMy J-u .nab I- In tin long, nmy days in each; that it was indeed .... will you allow me to offer you beating of my heart ; and in and half feet
.' 'f .1J kit'P'8.1 lit tilt Mttlt.'N! r4ltIt mv hind: and heart V I an of both bodily and lupgtcn
for agony
'I number ( to voidfiling
1J..t.nln' impossible me a
ins hear tinir no ringing feet the shoulders +
':n the .e.s hr h.+ mvtHi"" m ra- across
J'Pf t.e! h.gnr.t. .ti.....ti oi (tte'I7*>..elK-ot' Through frozen i Of\uJ., Me a hat , T r r .rtllt_ ,.. the deceatrat ..'.'In..a", horn The evening ol my wonted vi itappro3cht.d wheel}, and the gibbet were I deep
love her.
r"' ',I' t. ar+rtlh*, and .d r..jil.nduin, I bone to the back. .
bra ijUnoii CIccr ringing and I found myself paradise I rushed from the
.' .r. a eu m'eh.n tng "' Hh reruui ep- As far as glances of the I Ii
I. +' rtbt: ',..,." of ibe dn. JTHernnjt Away in Enland'imnrp i eye seated by the side of m1a. hurried to home, entered -i Near Mszarino in ,Sicily..
. .. ,jrt. W tremors of the voice, and occasional : i room, my
',4 'de t-1! 1 + ? | '-r" | ''' Mfm. tat I in 1516, was found the skele-
J hetlrs'c ...Ntl M lilt 1.-.1. lie it.. And J.hllftflfl' fnh and *j>*rkliu. n ..ttrapnrtnp jntieiidiM's might I dor(d, in the summer evening my own chamber, locked,
a .d,: ",p...,d. rain ad di. .1.11., he pus go twilight. The I last rays of the I doubly; trebly locked door ton of a giant thirty feet high.
e.+.e.. ....." t'p'.ft'+ ht'Staisi FiI"aleho'..I In ..lh. d !.elntarflnwet'r .110" doubt not that I succeeded full my I llis head was the size of a hog-!
*M ipp ; had div
ire n it>. Idle r'wn'.. of d"au... Fartert.u'.I well in imparting to her a setting Sun gradually; lest any one shoul observe
A bull \"1"1i:1: : n'i dirk and (UrwnJIecs maltstrom: clouds head anti. each of his teeth
i h. d "'rl'r"" LbinatiunI: from the "t'nh.d
appeared rosy shame '
knowledge of the state of mv and my spleen
I.a rt :\,rtr m'i> i'>ih! jutel Ii n!! ,>,Iyr ;,r ,.tt..f ltl?|..- i 11 sanest an of.,:t f heart And I wilf not tint lingered\ above the w'st- in idle imprecations upon my
; presumeupon Near Palermo in '
... Sicily, in
i- '" fu'r' Uir Purt M- ll y et Hd The full moon rose nigh in ,
,-,1. fa.;aUIIMn I.. 'tUIMMr thu eoura s JTb: Wind-side SwV\ &pea":<*-the imperial your patience so much as own stupidity. 15.IS, was found the skeleton '.
n.rtr,1 1 uf the ton '0.f detail heaven and one by one An hour's walk; across
.r+u" urr.yQt1dI4 glrtnkr to the of my
ccstacy joy
td "I. t'-! ."tai It! is 7..4 I'I tl'1\-"y"q! i I 1l'h.ase.larts of.."%' Vr-top the...ngelsrrests first glorious stars became visible: chamber served however, to of a giant thirty feet high, in -
a" t>' .... ,ur.4b. A1'rd. br fpl rereserd: tno ..:...... with which I discovered '_t. . 1550 an other 3J-!mt__ ... ___
-- ..... with ? ?
( J ,a,gr.,.b.ltNa.'d lib, In. tlirouh similar: meals, a reciprocity .11'tt'" caTnTTrry spirits! ? a "
. : ,. II' .1. I........'r a.'d'distr'mng<< .'n.ItC! ;Whi'driiratr all from silver el"flltrl. 3 foal Dido wi'h. wean.| w in her hind, that seemed We have no doubt that "
1 h 't'firrn t'oItnst se the Onlj t"{Hlw t t ," the sweet d'ranu nf Krmiaae. of feel!ing on the partof limn the wild sea kinks. and waved her !OY<. composure really there were "giants in those
,., <.* mdi ta.kvn cd t" I :: tleee for through \tin young and Nature .
X .... ... id fitidictttlun 01 :mlti-I gro days, perhaps
u w ''' t< I
I to that this the The window which my recent agitation, sat down! by I
>. ,',' u! 'It.- :.>Tc.t., or Ullered n. df'o \\". hn d, the larry pal1 nfp.eif lie-, case, and that the time came \vo sat locked out UPU1t a gar and wrote : them <.hinut But the
: present.
1. ihintr hU. he llUI newer Maetdan
h.urr....01:H imwrtr tlf f"\It1' of .iMl .*
t.- '..:..J t .r ith, ::. of Iht.-.e woo 4ene..IIJ4.&r I r I Cam t r not more :
a"b hun m OfiintftoTOR iice fjirniad.tlielifht: \ which tl'ouimrattcsAndhrar | after too deeply in love with
-- my love. This, long andperplexing which there exhalted. and. arose you than that of dtvaife.
h. mailrrun our nttue aung, to\ utter two consecutive wordsin .- a
mental debate I around delicious fragrance
I re us .
THE NEW TEAR.rr Tile: penile lirartrd AlUton! poel-arlut, !Large. men and small are common . 'I
to do letter and fit for your presence. I am miserable l
solved by forming a atmosphere
And Pin, weld and ;
We has" side .asi4r "ngan=eltrenta. and i strong nowa days.: ..
{.: o rrh' that! lOt' aha 1 k>e able lo after writing some forty cpi{ *.. such a scenc-The time.. the till I hear from yo,,. .
jrrndp'i uhoat with
1 And b'rv soul anpel harps __: I
'.h 'I'" III s ill n'>rc d.ra'rting! ol' '.IP This note was immediately -
} ties as : sheets of gilded silence the everythingwas
..! ,* .>i the irfinfi rub""'. UI.j i btnnp, I on many scenery
PecUeal Ur'll.rtbttbf.The WrUrrn'i" Antbn'tiltheso'cmn"V"ieea of the paper, I finally succeededin I appropriate; and she, the' despatched and in half an hour The REPUBLICAN POPE.- -

I .?t .hearty aewtht itll a.noll. >! fir n-II'I I I1.aa i I Per fair ZnpJiieJ" ra unt *iint hicl Xigbt.1. forming a letter, amounting\ beautiful, the almost unearthly I was the happiest' man in the i When Bishop Hughes was tra-
t nn'ntwtot.' a-in'e: J ttltt"tttt'.t ,,,
f'H '.. 'M day. w t8twmt; will rontt.w Pie. 4nl'Ilrtiii log' I to about six lines, containing seemed, by intuition, to understand universe. My Isabella proveda velli .g on the continent, says J

I, I' nf! IIlI'lr ciiariMi lu its:, -.llIta... And Duke, oho fund. tie faj's enchants I as r thout} the condensed quintessence my thoughts and intentions pattern of excellence ; I wig the New York Sun, be met at .

.IM-tIc-d)11fteUaur.-.1'ar1.. .. "'i}pains .II.-iil t-e bower, of everything that as with head bent down never offended with her but Turin an ecclesiastic at dinner i i ,
In .. 'hi"4tft&rttuflht bl bllf r'f't'r A,td saw what only roe1'i" eye dt_cern_ ; he said and with once and' then she dispelled took interest in -
ow rthh "f .lItpt ryaaaraP, we .1a I could or ought to on she gazed a sligh' I who a deep the t "
tie .tile 1ft hurnteh are H-sdrra with euteruiti-1'A id him who fans.Ift'A'nwick'' ancient tC'wrrDozz wrath by asking me, in a'' ,
her fair checks
aid the subject. Of this precious blush'upon a- my affairs of Republican Ameri t i,
sag mstnerrye .taU. 'ii,and >f Barns! 1 !ute111geu,c.11'e "ne I morceau I retain now but round which her aubern curls mock serious toe of voice, -The conversation turned .: !
eemid Tram rd S.nJ"bo.e an vet memento
And .
..Iat1Tk'... of a ctullftatM lultj own i slight- recollection. Thit it were playing.) upon a mO 8. Will you-will you-allow upon the monarchical manage .f S ':

"td"1\ ..manor. _lh(-, 'ir rMnr oT the mari, uhoundc'J with terms rose which she was earnestly 'me to offer you-a pinch of mcnt ofEuropean Sovereigns.The .
; I.t.I..l. .br ,-r8 n_W|"J fa ,? jT Their..wi. songs .chiiHC. like rneUnchil) express
"ml etra, I*".IIttb""Mef all l|.|i",i'iort: nt ptililic I I.*. .belle tiveofpure warm, ardent glow- engaged in pulling lo Pleres.I .- snuff-Sener? fureign ecclesiastic very

et I foil'rt.l Und>*rrlurn<. atwajs! t.rrmbatinus.toed nosey: action..oidvy A i,d him who chanted Mel.nie's tad story. ing, undying, everlasting, and I was employed in the equally strongly condemn d the absolutism ., ..J''

Ift\(hii.| Itkr a pi'tnuii hi.sDomMtic I Along the Canrttel'e' I unprecedented affection I have serious occupation of opening GIANTS OF OLDEN TIME. of reigningPoteuatesand .. t
Jrtlil tide knH1" i .
.-Pttnl(1l--... .Ld alt"u. Uttt-Qaunon NctTs.Odtfor I And Walking BManl! II y ftretm, th
obI.-Xtaa..and, the 'Iate.. t 'FO."ltb. and 0...'"'.... 1 I nummer fields: this little specimen i. snuff-box which 1 had,in my Professor Silliman the youn*; should possess more privilegesand ;

...OJr1'lJ"l"ltf ae hattINtt ins ei'n aid irrlt p re* nt drp"c tnnurt.tdete f JetuD 'A.nd'iron-1-t.nclPd Whitliflr. when he wild I; of ctlstolator{ )' excellence hand. ger alluded to the discovery of power. Bishop Hughes I ,;

ivy 0(W't.To Tie flaming falehioa wield. was scarcely finished, when Alas? where now was the the skeleton of an enormouslizid argued that the sovereign pin* ..J.

THE LADIES. ,I Th' .e are the bard v" boy like our furealu. chancjing to peruse some of the Alexandrian or Napoleon courage measuring upward of tiff should set an) example of
Reseed 1
'.OIP4 M tflr emly.ay on aii4 department n'n"anmrlt de' 1, l,)!wer, experiences of a predecessor in that inspired, me? I felt eight feet. From this fact the liberality, and expressed a t J ,

ali U 'r.tttttw, :loot'r the o.abarernf'ftt of ouraarmpt i Firm in their strength, at ere the mountain the paths i of love, I read that my valor oozing out of the professer inferred as no living belief that the march of freedom .
''brl// ..tan.e""rraetf"I.1Id 11M to'enttdrirnd pngbilf. K.It) f*n 11'-1:has r trtr.i nothing was more unwise or palms of my hands .But at specimen'of such gigantic magnitude would suspiciously take

alreade'endrred theVr.tnt (;unltllt-n' 1tonte I were' ('On.nt. foul: t but be a flower, dangerous than, making an offer lastspmmuntllgresulutionlikea has been found, that the its rise from the Papal See.-
dtriJeg the feet .f these !
lta with oar lade readers. l Up of one's hand and heart by man upon the scaffold why species of which it i is the rePresentative -: The gentleman he addressed

the Namoroua rina.ri'1ewninteto f.j'lf'IM'. .n whtq Insole. ,..owe.,'III"' .'.p. riding' Presses, Pulpits: aid \Yn1 ,., means of pen and, paper. wishes to die with at least xec- has greatly; degen assented, and, complimented

t"dcae.t,. amen Gt'dt with.toa+ ,readere.Jtrtnrle ,1t ..tfc..d"; g the!i Ivrillhttl\..- lK go''farr frn the tllf threw mnrrtu.rils jjrBit !It flI| With the credulity of a sinV roing fortitude or to use a crated. The verity of the position Bishop Hpublicanism. on his ardent re

Depitrtsaent..-Atth.tion wi'l the wnrl Wilhniil lain the bottom. pie mind, I at once give-implicit m ore forcible illustration gathering he rather singularly endeavors He further ads

be.1.+r to the imwem..nt ..4 inflrilcKBfrpt n wiild fall tilt .'Inl"t.t) Moi the .. -
httt pe"P b1 the j t4kwa eeltcth) .n vi iiain -Tbiitrss\ nmk" s the well known existence "
taaakie tastier.Letttra i pert ,and frightened at the fearful t'uig. as it were, all the energies to day when popular liberty

1\.1111 &1on-Ar. able\\\tf\w'amananaweteth] patriotic the (pulpit nil ililifiS.religion ThtTf, ln.i t.::1 j precipice( which I had so narrowly of the mind, after the manner '-f giants in olden times.' would receive an impulse' from

Tdaf tnrrrap" the ku fee e, ;'lIf d 'It lerp tM t wnu'd' he no POiog lo ilm clmrch' tftll. ) avoided, I immediatelyd of one about; to submit to the The following furnishes the the palace ;of. thq Quirinal.The .- ,

Coatlnent tb,4i nglaly 1 f.Mutf'dt.j1 ihrt ith the letter and most inhuman of all date t on which this singular hypothesis ecclesiastic .,who breathed
>kptnaar 1DO'.fIIe"t. M N ,.b nIl.n "" Were" nu girl ; u' UVl1III' a.0' hot'grrssr would thcrf bf any going'tn war, to ikclare myself in per. I tortures the extraction' or a is based! : I I such a hope wiisCardinalFerretl -

wslta.*1-w..,.i Twit dO\:\.... r.j WfM. ads( I Mrrr for. fcoljit-rs lomrrt with n*> np* son, with my own lips and 'tooth : I say, with !such energy The giant exhibited at Uou- now the illustrious Pius I
'0*"** w rise. w 1 ...py8f !plause f' ffm the rn culiorVnbont >-.S I I .
''t.arlr.sari $5 Tr. rrttMTi for | rear S t 1". \ th. unihi'if sLed hr woman VOICED and to hear with my own.jas this, I raised my eves ,tu en in 1836, the Professor says, IX. Pennsylvanian
".i.w-. For t r n" 1S.Aidm ,I which 1 of Isabella and in the language measured over 18 feet. j jGurapius I' !
th* rise buds of afP-ctioii woul I nAh ears the reply was 'to thC), e I ;

a's'ta. ... aha) dtsefw.twdl Wilt d. II"ke'b'r'ailnaed! 01 to 10,'act POllt.. f'rb
*, lfer the Coo' neat. ' / Jo abort, the is for meantrngiuetaf Ni'verdid! an Alexander. a said 'Miss Adams" ten feet high.. fed in Newyork' .wail sent to Fans, r raiding

'psis':4GCwtnVo) IA:: 1yae t't,.wa.ten. ". p.tlddtnael, t.rll"1(P.N lire.twwer deligbl.' of,JoTeT and T lor the and great ci mi,ili-* Wallace.or a Napoleon feel I The nearth1y! "unit startling I ThA body of Grosts was'.eleven the widows oftboie ,nbV'fell,

..'. ;a BJi..Xl. g. iution. .Dow 14 the j ihspiring'effects of an hero.I emphasis with which this rather and a half feet high. during tb* lft't "tbre dajraj, *. .-JI.
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letie-fVom 1'eraU March ,,
< } lions into the opinion ipf the Editor of for the ca ttl line mentioned, but

' : rUBLISHliD, PINDAR. ,* Co. the Florida De-nocTkt tiure i ii is not Gentlemen revrive -1 communication have had the !of honor:the ., )U the Geetgja. infantry bHafo from pertanal metlvet, that I have ra&J !i", :
\ io
/ / oar intention (u NeutWl l) to rePPOll; your under i Lient. Col. Seymourv ocarjyfour fought, exposing my life for the
r L ;' it.IIT 25 h insts in the moat flat" is
OFFICE GOVUlMENT < expressing hereby phm to aa'-; T
, i j OPrOSlTK TUB rUBUC SQUAB and we must )>tVfttl>.grieve al &e loss 'tefing terms your"approbation of the hundred men,'who I Itt ft Cdunnns good of my 'country Partisans are NoTICE d, that nx nonuWfti*..7Ibe .

J't' : ,:J .............------ .............-... of,Jbe esteem ,purjopponeot, by course i have pursuml, during the! in the five companies, not more than cruel in all limes and all countries.bitt date hereof 1 shall at the Ad '.'
I I PENSACOLA : placing& this before the public) ; but we time I have the command of to the bur, in this instance. have passed .of M1GULL QtiuLLS.; dets,1, '
then fit for duty. Up
forty were all limits, and in have vio- sent my accounts grid vevthertitmeo r..S.
my person
: TUESIfl'.V.t'1O 1848. to do so for our own and extending me in behalf -
t i were compelled this yard, tf' Uth, :one hundred and ninety-tbrei la'td all laws, human and devinc. r -- - |justifies won and that of our f-rl1ow-cit.' of the citizens of Pen-acola, an bate toe the Court or E'na Wt I"
I .TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. izens. invitation to a public dinner in that bad died and been discharged. The Plate at which,matters have ar te tbarged. ..

, I Wear 0""r.nt'd! on rail to cur Subfccr'.tcrs city.i rived renders my person of no longer JOS.Pecneola QUtOut;
COMMODORE LATIMER. The afforded SINGULAR MUSICAL INVIHTIOH' use to my coulltr)'. A peace to be Admia
i gratification m'
gwtlrraen execrated baa been ;an. 29th. 1313. Mf
... .. I We perform a grateful and pleasant by this flattering compliment Mr. Smith, of Lord-street, Liverpool forever granted
>tiou accorJiua to term of the national
our 'andtwo-thirds territoryhave '
duty in laying before our readers today is heightened by the reflection that baa invented a simple but ingenious I ----..

t; .* HO OK TO WHOM HONOR is PU* the following interesting correspondence among the signatures of your commit pieceof mechanism tailed: the anti, shameful been soU slid fur absard a disb armistice of lentils has NOTIce I. l hiieb, gives toaQ s.
be. tee, I observe the names of several of phoual which when fixed in the I A L that tu mouth frwa! J7;
We would feel ourselves under many which ha tiken place tbe
has been sanctioned to consummate hereof I
\ \ my friends, who were on a committee lianitonicon organ, or pianoforte,I the date shall a* tW AJ jmhT
t obligations to the Editor of the Florida tween the commanding offices of this for similar enable inquity. What recourse therefore, of MARIA aUQLE9, !*e *eiii2
appointed a purpose some persor.I'quile unacquaintedwith
I Democrat, far the advice be gives station and the citizens of Pensacola, ,. ; from tbe :remains, citizens fur him who only ray account and voncbr gt'o I fo r fin |iettj| .!.
y nrs since, on my retiring music to play any air.'une" overture the Honorabltthe-.J ct,. of
I't : it* in his number ol,the 10th in&L, as and the civil officers and Master Merhsnlcs -!'command of the Jdd, and still further or piece, provided they nly be returned to hiscoontry to satisfy the the County oPEacambiat mid I"Pssts tWI

a 10 calling "things: by' their proper of the Navy Yard, inviting,by the reflection, that since the time supplied with books. It is peculiarly'public! wishes and to fight in support charged.

\ I names;" and_ we wou'd sincerely regret him to partake of a Public dinner at 'of my first visit to your city hi an officer aiapted to churches, as, by means ,.1|.1it. of tbe noble cause against the foreign / lOS QUI01.tAdu \.. .
:f suit his cbavrni board 'he first frigate of the best be enemy I What is be to do who is pursued m.,.,..
our ungratefulness tn not discharging such time, as might on the compositions may given Penaacola Jan. 9t&. I343-i-.
& United Mates that entrrrd the harbor with the voices , in every direction ? Ketire tu eidifttat.t
, 4"; r that deb| |S6bl-gaUon, "ere his ence. in accompaniment:
.I ., I-) S. jSdvice acrpt1eb..t; such unluck.* This beautiful offering extended to after (Ibe exttuuge of flags in the -the' only thing reqrisite in the"''tnisfoitufies land to bfwaill the immense ---
I of the- since
is year 1621 lh. harmony of my inter player bmg a correct ear as to time. Republic I
ly is not the case. Commodore Latimer. a gratifying AMENDMENT
; I and int-restj
course with; your cuixens has bren uninterrupted The whole machine is but two feel political passions paltry
said that dinner had been ten- evidence, that merit and industry are '
t'e. a I the best evidence of which long and four inches wide ; on the have succeeded in exalting tbemselvrS : ToL j
dcred to Com. La timer, the Citizens not withouftheir rewart4 even to pub. of the
11 ; y is ,afforded by this renewed demon: op is a fiat me'Ul surface pierced over the holy cause country.
.: of this place and *e are able to lic men-to one at.l ut--I w\oa-ka: no\istration of theii rep:! ct and reyr 1.I across its width in the centre with a I In the exile to wlusb I condemn THE CONSTITUTION

[ ctutain it. II i i1st |fa"orl-
I Because uhen there are in a 6ility-wbo enteitains no friendships, I which I hive discharged the duties t through them a small number ol on my spirits will receive: some mttig-

small city like ours about 4u of the, no partialities! no write*, which in incumbent uro i me in tin important metal points rising a little above the gatiun from gratifying idea that I STATE OF FLORIDA

most distinguished Citizens all of the any wise con flirt wish his public du. and respo-isiblf position .1 have occupiftt metal plat' These points am the extremities have preferred my personal rum, (beh
I .trust will do me the jus of smell levers encased bet !s of wealth sid of power to bend
\ you
; lame design they supposing their designs ties. Ifheisfondof3opuIarapplaUe. due tbe ing knee before the enemies' of I Proposed and; agreed 1y; ,
life to hdine'iijt a regard to low and communicate with the keys, my
to be favorable to the rrst of the follows nol
bat ,
i ills that popularity pubic, interests confiI'd to my care. so that any point being pressed down, Mexico to obtain by entreaty a peacewhich I third General Assembly {.
i Citizens, can rightly act in their name. that which is un atVr, He has bf-en and a proper respect for the rights of, presses down the corresponding key destroys thn elements of her ;*

t 2d. Because the members the committee favorably known tq our citizens for I thn oittzrna: have been the governing and proJuces the desired note The wealth .nd nationality. My garments ject to the ,action oj the net

$k, who signed the invitation to the last thirty years-he ente ed the I principle by which I have been ac musicbooks" if we may 10 call pierced by the ball of the .enemy General Assembly.AX .

'8 :! 1 corn. Latimer in the name of the Citizen pub'idservice. when }uite a lad, at the tinted in my official as well as my ,them are a succession of small! blocksof the thoutmds of Mexicans who fell

i of this place. being as the Editor age of 10. Wi'hout fortune or patron. personal intercourse with you, and wood, which are forced onward in my prrsencn and under my ordersthe :
I i of the Democrat limself] admitted self-promptpd-Hself-susUined the desire that such views ot my coure along.the mftal plateOn the under blood of the invaders and their ACT to a.e.4 the I2tkC1aj

highly retptctaMe Citizens, would not age and almost selfian4ht. he has by unconquerable should be entertained by all observers side of these blocks are inserted" steel corpses which remnmed piled in beifrton j the athArtlelefofthe Cesstftsi3
of it, is mv highest ambition. pins ri'aemblingthose on the barrel the fields of'battle, will brso many I this State M that the "PI""
certainly do so, without having previously industry overcome ,
1 have always been deeply impressed of a hand organ and these as tb..y titles >f glory for my country and for Circuit Comrta aaall b IU tacir**
: known their intentions. obstacle achieved his way to eminence -, with the importance' of this position Come in contact with the metal points my children. for, a term 0(, elcbt years, lattetltfi .
t We therefore beg of our friend ol and now holds with signal a- in national point of view. I have produce the tune. The blocks are : Mexican I One of the leaders' in i ..rt.a"oocl bhavtoiSEcrIoN .

j the Democrat to be more exact in his i bility that elevated post, which many , ever felt a deep i interest IH and anxiety moved along in lively music by a |your independence: tbe most devoted _-

I information in future before hazard" have occupied Before him. for its advancement! towards. a state small crank handle moving \like that to your good name -one who. 1. Beitpaail!

", Fng his observations, and particularly He has shown hoW; much may be when it can be mad. eminently USPN of a ,pump. it: used by which the has bad the glory of offering to th* tht Senate and lIt uI '1 Ji.Jruul.tatlvu .

when the spirit of party stmggles with done for a .pot(in ,Uhich nature ha., fit] (for naval purposes and i trust notti may be maintained when re- :, Republic trophies snatched from the

t L: impartiality for f fear of; bei-'g deceived done nothing and art accomplished ,the time is not far distant when it willbrcniae q'tired to any Irngth When one! 'foreign x invaders-one who has fought ] of fit v14k

, In judgement; which unluckily) ii, all-Jin months, week and hours of laborious the great naval depot of the block' hits passed: aver the plate, nn.rth- ''ft ffainst them, overcoming a thousand Florida in General Astai
. inth. and that corresponding advantages er, containing the continuation of the difficulties one who has shed his convened, Tnat the 12th Cl .
seems Happened tu mm m in is instance industry and how completelyit
I will accrue to your city. : of tune I brood tn iistaiii your rights-in fin j
piece or succeeding parts a ,
of tbe 5th. Article of the Ca..
f It would be highly gratifying to us can give its own i I in: press to surrounding
'L'he.rule which I have long since I may be introduced and repetitions :your must fl end: bdsyou hm :
if we were mistaken in our supposition object*-!he has il\t oven adopted and to which it is my tettledpurpose may- as readily be accomplished The I last farewell, 8titutionf this $tate be JJ

that the observations made by the history of his command, with all to adhere through life will not blocks may br bad s' any gi entuneor AN TOM 10 LOPEZ 5A5TAANA.'l'ehuacan.March24. :- amended as to read \as (follon <

our opponent were prompted by a the improvement which the eye permit me to enjoy j your proffered piece of music and are sold at 18,19. vix: : That at the cxpiralioicf |

s'phit of party. but we cannot possibly is ever charmed: and'the ta.t<) hospitality by meeting with you at the so much per foot ; so ,that uny one may .FLETCHER INSTITUTE-- -," the present term of office oftk

conceive how his ,good judgementcould fled at the Navy Yard and sta:tun grau-I social board having declinrd accepting now order- a nail t of music. To the Edit of the & Uiiil, -The Judges of the Circuit CourH
manifestations of
1 public approbi --
have thus been begniled. in' 'Trustees for ,.
Hospital etc. direction appointed Fletcher Ins
k every with the
hors or regard in every instance when CONCLUSION OF TUtJ FARE. !
Will' he but permit us to discover bya Yard traces (If his foots eps may be ,offered, I must therefore bespeakyour WELL ADDRESS OF SANTA ANNA titute;,, to r the Florida conference,, mentioned, The Justices of Ik

abort examination it the remarks seen, in alt that is elegant and liberal. indulgence in the belief that you TO THE MEXICANS. I met at Thoniaavile on the 28th Supreme Court and the JudfN

made upon our expressions, and the And but a few day since, a memorial will impute to the motive, asslgneJ, and When once the nation his cnriI J March and wee duly organized by
I oftbe Circuit Courts shall Selected
: correction of opr supposed error- were was got up by the mechanic of the '.. hat. luoiiva .lone. my lining| menced the control four month before ;11?the ejection? of P.'P, Smitti, Pr silent! ,, -

merely"through sentiments of friend. yard signed by nearly all of them in your inviialioo to the public dinner 8J 1 remitted to.. its bosom, in consequence \Y.Sharpe Secretary, and W. Ponder for a terrafeight je&rand .

.hip. or only pretexts for .objecting. a few hours a spontaneous move*" generously and aO courteously tender of tbe aggressions of the '' uurer. The Board entered into! shall hold their officts fcr

II f tv konvr hose to whim A
''i In the artic'e which we will now dre-sed to the Hon. the Secretary; of I for lie your.t'In'per.ona1lf.pleased gentlemen and to to accept con ( indispensible that the' whole Ke- fixed upon a location a half rniie from. ed under the provisions wait

I'r:! examine, he says : the Navy.setting forth their wishes.and yey to the citizens of pensacola: : whom pubic shoi.ld operate in the ue oftta ,the village Thomsooville, which arrangement -i in this institution for then
S \Vc vtouU at all times feel proJdto expressing their declarations, 'with the!you represei.t, my sincere thinks tot The dt-frnces'interests tu and conquer rights which iny d'.r"-they has keen complsted andwe I moral of Judges by address or

honor faithful and deserving public hope that the government will not see the honor conferred upon me on this now have some -40 acres of Lana:
leffn ded onl of and for wilfid
II not tb the
were "*" impeachment
servant, and would highly there
the exertions of others to do so, provided retire the for health and and present generation Tras neglect of duly, or other reasonablejcause -
at from The
present commands I your happiness so at stake the future welfare of the' Board ordered that two brick I
thot'i efforts were superinducedby of this post tho assurances of high regard and esteem !- hoasi' be erefted 4G : ,which shall ootk
I Republic! and its nationality. To by 28. two stn-
I miratjon the prompting and of disinterested ad. Now this i Li honorable to !him, and i, with, which I rmaingentIetheii suffer the I loss of the greater par"o( rica high. so as to accommodate ...
re'pecL-S'ch a com creditable! to their.sev! here is very respectfully, ToUr .ht servt, lh involved dis. the Gorcrno shall remove -
pliment as a public dinner to a public v.s- a iv. K. LATIMER, Cnn.T. territory not only its :and Female stu 1ents. Also, an executive ,

officer should be the free and vulun* class of men, whose judgement whtn I' M..... H...,If,. .....1D, Wrifht Wrur -. horn but the ruin of its politcal ex committee was appointed to any of them: on the address -
tary offering disinterrs'ed persons provoked, and whose interest when I| e. W Bui cr. JicktM Mtrtn. Hu .. .
, K. p.U Ro.,Jeki}tn.n,Jr. t-- futurity know that those fears which
J. no pimp. pandering to unholy lutes or consulted, are always'in the right, full j ing to the Institution and offer them eral Assembly; Provided ham-
have haunted mind will be real
& I' for interested motives, should be _cm of stout good sensv, have the courageat I (Communicated) my for sa/e'as soon as practicable. k
vetbt i the 5ball
iud, for when tna limits of causes
: i ployed on the ocn iDI'I. all times to speak, and the indepen. MR.! EDITOR, tb.-1, The executive committee have '
neighboring Republics are once extended -* en- stated at length hi s ich addresi
: Could he doubt that the dinner ten deuce to art.: I' | [ know not when I have read anything to the heart of our dominion, we I toted into contract for making the and entered Journal rf

i, derd' to 'Commodore Laiimer wai We thii k the attack othe Demo.' with so much pleasure, as I did lose forever the equilibrium; and i I requisite amount of brick, also orde r* on4be i

t through the admiration of his improvements erat is in bnd taste, unkind uncalled -,the culm and dignified retort from the through an error in political calculation
,s at the Navy Yard and as ai I for and far removed from every!, p<:n of Mr. McKtnSay' of the Gazette, .the war has been terminated and I]brick and propose neccessary to commence lay I"further, That the cause for
i'" mark of tn an article in the last Democrat rn* with ,it al, for ,1; shall notified to the
t respect'fir him, who is sot dictate of delicacy or propriety;and, hopes oUr children. j ing the brick by the first of August causes be
ti IN to' whom :
is due.
justice justice
t well qualified to conduct ill Can he we .ate convinced, the eubjccf it.j Mr. McKinlay distpes the thanks of Without the necessity fir profound in.* ;Notice hereafter wM be given a* to :Judge so intended tobe remort*
nnd without
:'" say that those citizens who subscribed I would lot stoop even with a the whole community for the gentlemanly the tigstions Srrrets of, foreign policy,appeal the man to \,when the lots will be rfiered for ta'o. and he shall be admitted tst

are not free and independent' persons,'formal. denial this and other charges like manner in which b. has ad. reflection seas with drud that this': We thus'earl., make known to our .hearing in his own defre
.. .. acting spontaneously and wilfully I with which he may,have been assailed ministered to the Editor of the Dmo... unfortun te people is prescribed from I friends abroad our prospects for the Institution before any rots -forsuch rew

I:'ft,. nojlattery 'I b y persons of a different deter ipt ion, bu t crat. tbe csIiiCtion, which hess) richly the catalogue of nations uid that the We think it is altogether! a val shall : and in such can

\I: 1 I The subscription made for concurring , in words or . . merited by his conduct in attackingthe generation which saw the struggle of !ufe calculation, to say that we shall the pass *

the expeuses of the dinner, was. "To be satisfied with t je acquittal ofjtha Citizens of our city in the manner is independence will assist st its fu.. 1 be abit to open the Institution for Students Toje shall be taken by J'

' .; signed by about forty individuals, and! world though accompanied, with a in which he did, aud by Ascribing, an ural I have therefore desire mid i by the first of January net 'and nays and entered oa to

: the invitation by only nine chosen. secret condemnation: of conscience is adof their to mear and sordid mo sustained the wars' the only meant ]Due notice .Journals of each*;House T.-

I member Could it then be said that the mark of a little! mind, but it r- lives nhen, it is evident, that they of existence. More has already been to course of study, pri,, pectively. '

there quires a soul of no to were. actuated by an honorable tense granted than the demanded, I ces Toitionfcc, ? will,be given, andj
j was flattery on the part of those common stamp enemy ', SEC. 2. Be 11 er.i4
of duty I write this Mr. Editor we trust our friends abroad in', further
0 I when be satisfied with his own acquittal andto as a, and our children can from this mo-" will b.
.' ,f their names"I did notappearbefore ; despise the conflttnnatioo of the tribute of respect to the conduct, of uient say that they have no future and 'readiness to aid U$ to commence with,That tie( Judges J rst appoii-

the eyes of the invited 11 Mr. McKinlay for so promptly taking no country. tMay it please heaven 'I! large number of Students. By| request ted under this amended Co*'

?r : The, subscribers were mostly all cil-! such with the Citizens in this matter. that I may b. :mistaken in my pre ic.don. of the Board stitution, shall be divided! bf

I t saensdistinguiahetby their pecuniary PENSICOLA April 25 1S48. - A LOOKKROV, I IThe ApJit 19. 18-18. P S SMITH. Prw't lot into four classes The *

: r fortunes personal tneriU.S'.cial po. Sir-The citizens of I'ensacola, desirous CHINA' Too 1-Who shall lovers of humanity and of jus. class shall their
"despair bold his
: sitioni, and by their general public of mant.'rbling i sense of] tico have raised their voice, oven in or
esteem ; could they then be ftltf"tI. your worth! and merits exhibited du," humanity., after being& told that tbe American Capitol, to warn us of office or offices for the td

. tti person, or could they have had ring your command of the Navy Yard China too has caught the "progreiiive the immense danger we run. Fatality of wo years, the second k

I uy secondary motives in view. as ,n'i from which they have understood you pint of tho age" By slate arrival at and the rancor, of party cgotiam the term of four 1 ", the tb'1
duements to are about tn retire,, have appointed the New York learned and treachery, have prevented our tbe'
'i perform that complimentary it is that the for the term of six i years
undersigned committee, tn tne pleasingand I haloing to the echoes: of truth and
art, since{ being free and in- grateful task of inviting you to a conditions. of the crlestial empire *fms an estrmpi-rant-OultrulY, hat Jepnvedus "IIuIc Ja1L"'W'12' ___ fourth for tbe term' of ew

dependent, they cQu'd have desisted dinner to be tvbe revolutionary insurrections are of the In New Orleans
public > given you in this ; advantages which we colild on the 6th inst. by
without harmir f their fortune: degrading -city at such time as taay suit your con, breaking out in the interior of the derive by suffering a little longer the 1 the Re,. Mr. Maeubaut, Mr. CHA3. Jelrs.Pa ed the Senate by .i

Ibeir position or demeriting the V CflICOC... country the financial rescourcesol evils of the , aa4 by showing O. BARKLEV, of this citruto Miss Constitutional majority Dt-
public esteem 1 No! then. the honor mere firmness to meet ttr enei".. EMMA _
'oj the YIENNE \
Government the of the former
in dis .
I bestowed on Commodore Latimer, With great respect. we have the sr* greatest All who know the history of cember 22, 147. P .'
.: honor to b,, sir, your obt. ervis, order. In this stfte of things, the my HoyM hf Vt
says lift' HeprewnUti'cs
a was free, voluntary, and'indepen- public -who know the unlimited N'oTICE All peron im'!.b4 d to the.siste ,
II Elf a na BCKJ
;t_ .I dent act demonstration of admiration rKANKOMoazira. oia: w. a4Kur New Y Irk Herald another war with power, tht glory and honor which I pfJUANA PALMER, d c aMd ar.,the Constitutional majofiaf
I J&CKtOf MOfcTOK, HANKIE KEIXT, England will throw have in the midst of this required to make patroeot, and all penanes
: China to enjoyed January 6.
and honorable open generous ha IM8.A .
; 1 esteem respect. OtORai "Lwit: ,. F. K. Daua A.101l.I& ?ing claima" against said.ute.are requited ,
nation-who' have '
to those who made it, and to him to European chiliza on,ani peihap, in seen marbl to present the lime within the time prtacnb-
"' and bronze pay tribute to my ed bv law otherwise this ache;will t* !l Florid* fIjI
ToCoa.. SY. K. LATIMKX the oflibnstism memory plead apert
whom it was Coffered and which no present rapid progress
and who have known that i have had iq bar tf 'beir ree".ervflU publish '&roTJ4than _
tine can differently( test by contrary Corundg. Navy Yard; Penrseolsi throughout the world, to republicanitm fotiuna for BONIFAY. | not .
In independent
: *,', *,, T . yean past4i -. ,. *0 doll ia carteJ.
.enHobs. Executor
--- 1I these I will be
pr : convinced *
j I .. y Penn< la, March 7th. M-tO-4w.. April 14. -

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J' ducted c1be1 tt du terrtelre adjacens I Ict. art diietatat i i A l'aotrr.-Ce quite. | Novvdlet'"dt ?ort as..Prinoe'--Le. RAPPROCHEMENT: + ItaBrwwweMq .:.' ;: 'i
'f" .
.PonirmoM, d* MoMfte, d*. Pktra :pass en c&'moart..i iHaki, sit na B*. caprine Crane, dii brick G6n. Taylor .d eat precede ttniTllacfcutede II
B"F. PI>EIiBAR: V. aanti tt de Lunigtana: rire de guerre aerait ti utile, pour progrkaiat6riltangfti arrive A New-York, rapporte qu* CJiAIIiX. . tIe-rM..piuLH'pe "
rri $
---- et f.
eoTnXDT ale DACE. 5o La LomHardie sons quelque for ] eM tan p-re- lee nouvelle de la rivotuHon fran ai. .

-filii"GuJd&rL a. .me de pmrernement que It*Lombrds 'e sufisante 'u'i1 devrait toujoafa y Ie avail caus un vif int rit i Port..".. -----.0.- "
A'L1 I
poissent adopter noir i Port-Royal un bailment de Prince. Las gociant craignweot# 'I. Le due de Berry, fits. de Charles 1. Leduc d'0rrfansfib da .

--- pEN SACOLA : i 60 La Sardaigne, area fune indem* guerre au moans, en cas de beaoln. namoins, d'iprouverde grandesroA* X. Philippe If -

,RijQI.40.Nl. it38. ,nit& p We. par let ajnataire du trait Qui prut savoir combien d'innocens trariit6sdan leurs I affaires. La crainte 2., Se marie avec one princess 6- '2. fc'e.,narle eves. lane princeaie 6 '

I auj'roi i Cbarlet-Albert, dana le can oula sont tomb s. d Iheure qu'il est, anus quo Ton 6prauvait de volt le nouveaio ,trangdre sicilienne. mangers Im'-cklemboorjeobe.;

;ANOSSOUSCRIPTEURS.f9tti Saroie wait annex e & la France: lea coups de la populace, et qui au zouvernement exiger rigidementflei l l 8. De ce manage natt Jvn fib hi, 3. De ee mariage nut un filj Wrl4 :':

i0mme obUg es de prier nosl i Un; alliance oflensiye et defensive raient put chapper, euz: et leurs fa. paiment de la delta nation e, avait tier de U (couronne, te due de Bordeaux. tier da la couronne, le COmte d. Farts. . t

B-ripienn; vooloir bien nous faire 'est itablis entre lee six Etats., mines' au massacre, s'Ule fut trotivi cause un panique dans tea affaires I i

freali le montant des leurs soasC -j I La confederation italienne sera dC. un navlre; le sa majesti Brhanique. mon laires. 4, Son pere, le doc de Berry meurt 4. Son p4re, Ie due d'OrWini mane .

pjiotA0 l nos conditions d'ab nne.a endue par une ligne de forteresses On ditque le J? nny, I Alarmt, vtie' LA PRISE: D'ABD-EL-KADERT. assassins* par un accident

:. I.eur la front1 re. Vixen, croise dennt'Tile de Cube, et Racentlt par B u-Tapduri. brigadierde i i 5- Le 13 f nierl820. *: Le 13 Juillet 184?. .

EUROPE. r Une lot uniforme est dtablie pour on Ignore quand Us retourneront a tpdhts,.d Louie Bourdon ti'ZfU'ave I : 6. Dana I'ann6e qui! preside la chute 6. Dan* 1'annie qui precede la cnu*

''les poidiT les mesu'ea'et la monnaiede Port-Royal. composittur du Courtier des EtatsUnis. de Charles: X (18 9) le pain .' Jhe te de Louis-Philippe ler 1347) le prix
i'Amf '
Ltt uoovelle apportes par dans unelJittioll la confederation.Les -" Nou espdrons ,que lorsque ces Ridi-Moham mcd.e -Oussini i, .i un prix excesfif: I franc, ft cen du fain &'elhe i'un'ttux exceaaif: au -

lev BOW prfttnte Europe I. douancs interienres. soot abos nouvelles arriveront en Angleterre, 19 decembre, 1817.Yieuz :'times., ler ar.ll, I frano24 centimes: ;

> $tn rale. Partout on se pre.! I' JI I Iamlrnt6 sentira la necessity d'avoir Bedouin, I ; 7. La marche retrograde du gout 7. La marche retrograde du goo t IternemeOf.
i U : la lies.La
actireroent guerre JusqtTici guerre elle j I dtdte M rejunira' Rom, sous un plus grind, nombre de naVlres de Mahomet est enfonce1, el lea Fran I v rnemem spree des magnifiques esI ,apr s de rnagnifiqees pro- .

dose iramnentc. l '' station. wont to ute la ligne lea iniis du aIji lee hommea
des ,la prcsidence du pape. guerre dans relte 9ais vainqaeurssur. p6ranees, engage pays messes engage du pros"

BIT** fI Un qo rtre suzerain provincestoltks elleaujor4'hUI II I Tel'es sont les bases de. cut important Le commodore aurait, immediate. de la MalonTa. J'ai pris bier Abd-el-I i l soumeitre. des conaeils sun la crise gres it lui soumettre i ': onseilj cur I

et de princes de ; 'I trail6. ment porte secour aux habitant de Kader: LamoriciSre m'a aide :je dois <; ui se prepare. la crise qui se pr patt. j

t crle point prendre'ilavait eu lea moyens lui rcndre cette justice, o'est mon i 8* Ces conseib aont m6 conn us pat aCes conseila soot miconnus par ,

taractfre plus serieux, et d'em. NOUVELLE MONNAIE; de le faire d'une maniere efficace chef. I le pouvrir. b ponroir : l

fcrs)er dins 1111 cercle. sanglant, tou'iurcpe Une nouvel e pi ce de .Cinq Fronts, Quand je dis quej'al pris Abd-el-Ka. ; 9. Le discours de la couronne con 9. Les discours de 1a couronne, con- ,

: connnenlat tient d' tre frappee en''' France par ta EFFETS DE REVOLUTION der je gowre un peu. L'emir ,await .tenant des paroles acerbes et offen- tenant des paroles acerbes,et oiren.It"tes -

*France: rouvte ses frontiers de i I nouvelle republique. :C'est'i" piece FRANCAISE dane LES ANTILLES.Une bonne envie de se battre; mais quand : enter pour l'opposition, ((session de pour 1'0ppo8 lioflt [session de I )tI

eldat acme ses eitadelles. Le der. a' VHenvJe de 1794, :arec, quelques lettre date: de la Point d Pure faisait de saphis 1818-j] 'I i I
il panic I923J
i I l a su que je I I
de :
-rontjngeant conscription changemens. Sur un jt6t6 de la nou- Ie 27 mars dit, 221 de 10. Amene la protestation dtm .:
dit do grand
envoy s contre lui, i1 s'Cst : jt suis I 10. Amene la protestation ,
.pp'i'* sops tea drapraux, ainsi.vel'e monnaie, la Forte '.'apppie sur l La nouvelle! de la revolution; qui flamb6 : Bou-Tapduri ya me reduire.A! ute s.ii. nombre de deputes. ''I I I ',' j
trois !
des ann es
oe la rerfne ''e precede deux femmes personnjfiant la !}justice vient d avoir lieu'en,France et qui a I'etat de fricandeau, j'aimejmieux& me I Prise du bey d'Alger. II. Prise d'Abd-''-Bader. fH. '

;tei. pour ordonne que Ies depenses gouvernementre con.I IJ l I et les Art, avec la devise de la nou I], pour resultat le renversement de la rendre.Et I 13. Ordonances" juillet qui an- Ordonnance duprefet de police, ,

'occasionnenila mise sur nile republique: 'Libert6 Egalit6, monarchic et" rstabtiasementd'unetC- it a'esl rendu moi et un peu A mUent la lit>ert6 de la presse. affiche"Ie2l terrier, qui annulle la.II I *

ygrables J qu de six. ,Fraternitf." Sur les r vrrs, unr cou I ubhque\ nous est panenue bier par .amoricidre; je suis force de le dire, berte de reunion. FE F
dune arm6e
led if fierre :roans de chene et de launer r.,nfermela I I. steamer, et a produit dans le commerce c'est mon cht-f. Nous Inous sommes 1 13. Le lundi soir, ces ordonances 13. Le fondi suit cello ordonance E I
il faut la tli-
mtle! homrnes que
eat! valeur de la piece, et I ann e de sa 1. une telle sensation que proba-. pfichez d' crire la chose au due' knnent lieu a des attroupemena ou donn lien & des attroupemeni. ou sont
$ rellement mena.
it grave
biD fabrication en debars,,de la couronne blemenl, & daterd'aujou'd'hui.aucuie' 1 d'Aumal, qui est venui novs Winter ont his et commentes a haute vein JUt et commentes i haute f toix lee, f r r
ober de uis le
It Le tn for si ;
ifcjl-anqfevrier, qu*! 'a! necessity laicstneuirable j Ion lit: R6pubiique] fl an aise:' transaction n'aura lieu jusqu'a ce que mol et Lamori'l re. Abd-el-Kader, sa esjournaux. Ces attroup mens soot journaux. Ces attroupement aunt une ..

Rule a da determiner Sur Ie cercle d en relief se trouve nous connaissions notre sort. La revolution chant que Ie' prince 6tailarriv6, et que me espece de preface a >f. revolution esp ce de preface & la revolution qui rS

I'exergue suirante: ,"Dieu protege I.France. la oe saurail nous Ctre favorable iI I n'avait plus rien a craindre de moi, qnl' detail etlater le lendemain' devait eclater le lendemain i iIt.

N formidable et couteux armement ." car it faudra que la question deI'esclavage a fait *a soumission. I" M, On se revolts contre sea ordon- On ae rtrolte contra cette or-
,us, I le* equipages de ligne ont >e*
t soil de&nitivemen regiee. Prince, a-t-il( hit en style onentale, lances, et It pouvoir tombe aux mains donnance, et Ie pouvoir tombe aux
rrndre i bord de
a rate da se ASHtNGTON-pONG Jusqu'A present, tout est tranquille, J'ai && dix-sept ans 1' toile dr I'O- des il surgh. mains des IneurgA.
ran usurer, et il a +etc enjoint aux Dans la s aqce du Sf nat du 3 cour.
mail en sera-t-il atnsi longtempsV'Une rient, plusieurs etoiles d'Occidentsont I 15. Le combat dure iron jours Ie 37, Is Le combat dure trots jour, ie
fete manurnes de ports de gyerte.amer' M. Butler,du comit jgdieiaireauquellavaien1
antic correspondance daMe arrirecs pour m'eclipser, mais se sont >3ei29jmllet 183cJ.I 22, 2', et 24 ferrier I&48.

i fl' mettre la mar des nca1 -', to referees certaines r so'u- la Basseterre (Guadeloupe), 8 mars, dies qui! on file. :La votre et appa- 16. Commengant le mardi .l finis- 18. Commen ant te mardi et finis- .
Enfin, la France tioni de la Legislatuie du Kentucky ..
bcombrtuses. s'exprime ainsi; rue, et je ne SOlS plus aujnurd'hui quaur.e '' jeudi. rant Ie jeudi.
( l de eom'menter ..n faveur de 1'"dottion duneloirela- 'tant
une Nous nous attendions pas i d'auss pauvre come te a qui. vous avez Le peuple remporte la victuire 17. Le peuple remporte la Tictolre

: cbe cam agne per ltn a el par met lire aux enclaves qui s'enfuient, des grandee 6t nemens quo reux donlta fait la queue.If. ur lea troupes royaler sir les troupes, ... .
t a 1 rand! lea popu attons .m'arment i Etats a nsclaves dans les Etats ou i'es .
nouvelle nous est parteuun hier par J'allais' repondre, mais le prince m' \ 13 La gendarmerie, 1 a premiere, se 18. La garde municipale, la premidre -
I n'existe
AfcfSetene est forced de tenir sela age past a present un le steamer malt seulement a un chafe :a prii de me taire;jfe me suis tu, e'est, presenteau combat'et succombe. &e piCsente au eombat etsucc.>mbe
t a tout e% ntment, ces .forces[long rapport accompagn6 d'un bit: '
gement de minis'ere.-Bientfit sans mon chef. Aloes Abd-el.Kader a fait I 19. Elle est licnnciee. 19. Elle est lirencile.SO. i ''if'ifI
ft moment au ciffre de 45-mi'le' pouroyant & l 1'arrestation la 'restitution -
qn I doute nous aurons la republique et ses petit cadeaux pour entrvtenir I'.* l 20. L'intiolabihte royile, proclam6 e I L'iniol.biJit' r la'ei proc'amee i
oames,reparties dans Ies differentes desdiU enclaves. Apr s avoirentendu ;
('abolition de I'esclavage moyennant mine entre luf, moi, le prince et.La- dans la chart re de 1814, derient' un p. dana la chart rede 1880, devient ant
I''es.e. I h'ande. I la lecture du bil et du rap. -Nous t '
1{ moraines tranquiiles moriciere qui sent mrs chefs. derision.2i decision", : I Il
En Russie i'empeieureencentreaur port le S nat en a ordonne l'impre ..
I et nous 'ne {persons pas que la tranquilize Voila' done Kader pri ft embaTlS I CThar'es' : set ddcha du"trdoe 1 l !t. Lonis-Phhlippe est dechu du tr6-' I I.:
sfftniiires du tpd, one immense ion a 10,000 exempairea.Dana '
; noit troubleemais les affaires
Toulon, qu'il demande A C- ne i "Age de 74 ant.
pour vu a I'alge de 74 ans. ;rI
la M. Hale
trmf'e Oum 1'armee cbsrgee de I m me seance a
sont mortes, il ne s'en fait d'aucun tre conduit a Alexandrie. La guerre i 22. En fetrier, mois .de la mort di t 22, En juiilet jno'isf; de la murt du ,
1'01ItM\IT\ 1 I. Pdogqe, cent-cinqtante sptimi une resolution enjnignant au
i genre,-Pas d'argent. pasd'escompte; est lint ici ; mon baton de mar cb,1 due de Berry- due d'Orl4aua. >>
rake! h(1mm.esdoi' comif6 Judiciaire de 8eoqu6rir .'n nestrait
nt orcup r Vartor not produit ne ad .e dent pas et en ae radult & deut'-saramer. que Jai"6, tt 23. It abdique faveur de son pe. 2% II I .bdique en' de Ion petit - :
e ur.f'tt"! er Autriche I ta.uUs que i i pas oeccssaire que Congas fut-il pas?utrement, tI n'y aurait pas chang es contre troy balles et d.ui it-fils, le duo de Bordeaux, age-de 10ans. ,fils, Ie comte de! Paris, age de 19ans. f
q\\antt-Migtmiliehommesse poreut passit une m loi l pour proteger les Ben les enlever de ,
de navires pour i jugez coups de sabre. La inane est trd.- .
STtifoBiigre de U: Prasse. I de couleurdei Etats ou selauge ne situation.
dana I'exercice des lroiis chore en Afrique. I 24. Le duo de Bordeaux est pre'sen.. 24, Le comte de Paris est present .
elhte *
La Prasse nest rUt eels lane
far remise encore! Void la proclamation qui l Matntenant qU'estque'nous shone
t to rot.s .
comme roi
k : leur garantit la Constitution( comme 4I ,J
secocsse revcJutionnaire qui a que de 1 cello occasion. I'
; fichimasser hell Voila ce quo |nou 25. II est tefus6, et on r pond qu'i i 25, U est refusi, et on rip nd qo',I ,
eta "
branJ son \ Cette resolution a adoptee..
gouveraemenLEa 4Habitans de la Gua nous demandon depuis hier, moi etLamoriti est trop urd.SO. . est trop tard, w
AlfemBgae! t la question de su. "
MASSACRE A HAITI. I Un gouyernementprovisoire rem re, qui est mon chef. Encore Un gouvernement provisoire s'd, 28 In gouvememeat provisotrl >*6-
Fete er.tre la Pruss-e eli'Autriche, France, elui qui await etC 6-
place en I .
Le Courp'-r de la Louicianedonne' Lamoriciere est mains embarrass tablit aprda la revolution. ..aqlit aprh la revolution, -
Til:emfiti .piter a., Ia Dieie .r .tabs vertu de la Charte de 1830.
mane en
arri 6e que moi. On lui donera un de cei 27 La smile ale est d ? La famiUe
la'communication auivante, roj oblige1 d1' Crtte jeestioa dlnfluince morale II La France est libre d'adopter. ,
par la role de la Jainmalque, sous'la joule see invalides au Luxembourg, quitter la France. quitter la France, r
-at t snieuer uae enerre entre sea I les institutions qui seront choisies para '
tandis moi on me renverra planter -
date du 30 avail; J que 39.; Elh adopts 1'Angleterre poc r 28, Elle adopte l'Apgleterre poor
les dent de 'a nation "". - - ,
ptet Dfji majorite1
guuverne choux dans ma Champagne,
|ames t'
I HaIti vient d Ctre encore le theatre terre d-exll- terre d'exilj j ,
*J> a I" se SOB Que les habitant de la Guadeloupe .
echatigesdet bolesacer .sarrazin del
de desordres et des crime"N'o; I qui ne produit que 29. Deux joura aids la revolution, 29. Dana la journle do 28 furrier, ".
,e, {attendetit .donc avec patience econ et .
- apprenons que le brick Q etn Vicf-fiu moutons deChampenois.S il se dec'are un orage poutarttableaccorhpagn6 ,, deux heures aprfis-midi, a' lee no ou-

Lea rtoemeos de Milan ont pro- (oe la Trlnitej], command Ear Ie! ca-! fiance, les r6sultata des mesure 1 le Rouvernoment que je respecte d' clairs et de ton., ragan et une temp te agrmyante e-

Ii i Vitnlle tine mode pitaine Tucker,parti de Port-au-Prin I adoptees par le gouvernement de I.i I. parce qu11 est mon chef mail dons je nerre compagne d' clairs et de tonnerej .

to: cue lAutricbe a declare la Melropolr.i Quant A ce qui c nce r ne me fiche comme d'une belle arab i
Ice pour Hambourg. avec<< un charge-: 30. Mise en acrUsatinn des mini, 30, Mise en accusation des ,Im1nl- i.;.
{Sent i ,s Srdigne,mais cette nou- (mancipation des esciaves. Jt2S me.> quit est bete a du cha, '
- i ment de cfe, etc avail reuchS a la parce mangel sues de Charles X. tres de Louis*Philippe,' ,
5 tik 'u" pM confirmee. 11 paraltJ 'pr caution adapt ea par le mean, avail poor|hix centimes de bon
bate de Morant pqut acheter quelquea 31 Le ihef de la famille meurt sui r 31, -
, ram cepeDdaM que I its envoyfs de' n'arait 1 Conseil colonial de la Guadeloupe, sens, il me dirait & moi, et & cinquan I {
proricons quid pu H% procurer la terre etrangere. 'iii
"Ujtce, 3e Rome et de Toscane au .Port-au-Prince en;"raisdn dft la si.uauon ont etc pprou6es sans rejerva pale r 16 mule suite so'dats' qui ont fill Tapprentissage -

t 0It recu leors gouvernement provioire, ,ul s'es do la uneb6che I .
passeporu. guerre even LE
des affairei Sans cet endroit. I I t; q .t} t 1 t
1 Let mpporteIqu'ilitait -
eapitainTeueker I
iK M mirtrhal Rade.tki de se ten ir plement lea moyeiw) d'ex6cuiionnTVoiWi 'Jeunnes gu.rrier unissez Ies oJi-.
de chet du consul l langlais __ .. MEDICINESUI!
dep -.J' .AL.JIII:
Sa defensive.Ea porteur A -aurince poor l U'commodore -I INDEPENDENT
Itaiet\ roi Cbirie -A'be t .'esie ". de la Martinique, reyues par lavoia Ynus
t :xis i la Poursuite de htm&e de I'Au.., rant dexpedier Bennett immidiatement la station.
ricer. q\\i i t mist i I'abri derriere I .--On sty attendait a chaque ,in- avez t\\& dix ann es cuJt nteurs avanl AND r .
I nanre de dana Ie port de cello I '
It J4\telO, Cbarier.Albert i la tele guerre 'stint i volt lei n4gres se reseller fpa'suite d' tre biros deux ans, on va vous don- Co Journal paratt aMa Nou- rfJfl1i1

S a t uqulJ1tl'-mille bommes, manor. rate ou des graves sordres anient de 1' de :ia d6citron\ prise par le gou- ner Ides terres. des cuti's' des semen ,,vcile-0rl6ans tour Ics matins, 1 > -- .ii
lieu et pendant lesqueU plu .i
- eu I* de na les 6manqtfaprts t
,:'t prey ia Mi nice, dans Hntentinc'ndeote vernement cet; bfichez, semez. plactez: crcissez le lundi -
t cent hommel dr population de coup' Pii ochaioe colle.Un ,except :!. WARRAATED OElr.
la r -
La besoinde
de cooper la retraite aux' au.. i\i asjaasin let'nfl' ciper H mu'lipliez. patne a plus '
, .- c'fit la le de l leur avaieirl par offlcier du ''steamer Conway assure blC que de lauriers, nourjjsez votre PRIX b ONNEMENT Dr. J. BEOSNAHAMhastjust -
plan tamPa done .
opt* La cause de ces Crimea nest pas I!avoir vu, le 8, vera tine heure: du ma pays au lieu d'atjrApper des rhumaris- (payable d'avance.)
Bonaparte en,1770 el t t ore mals on raportait lea gene de I received
qae a fresh
tin un habitation en feu. il tout le Par mois . . doll. 1 10 ,
Pni*ent lei mes; y aura profil pour mon:: ,
pleinei deCaiglio| couleurtombaient un cease tous le
--- de. Par ttimestre '' 5- MOFFATTsupply _
! cT."mi.r pour Ifs!tlleni"bert pofgnsrd des n ve'. Depute long- YUCATANII ] la" pull. .
"- Voila ce qui devrait dire le gouver- Par scmestre . 6, and PlIndr RiU ref .
t qn-elle Ie furenlrtpublicaine t temp lea nigres cherchaient le mo'e palate que la tranquiliite" est loind'etre ,

- ParmCe fen P w<< went d'exlerminer tea bomims de rttablie dana le Yucatan. nement, malt je >Ie connaii, ill'ftpon- Par an . . 12, -T- rr. HIBBARD'S Paa.. I"fIU. andSalter

., awdee par Bonaparte. babe,'e.t fc I Une lettre de Cmmpe'che en date du dra A ma lettre, .1 rile lui tombe anus '
couleuretcetUt augment d bisicles Le abonnemens ne dateront Dr GORDON'S FmmO* PHUt .
lea un'
.Is IKPORTAKT encore Parrarenementdo Soulouquea '39 sail, dit: : 'Bbu-Tapduri PETER'S Pals. and LEE'S nil*
du 10 du de
TRAITE du ler 20
. twat1 bin Ie PAPJ1. Ie BOI de la pmsid"nce, H. ont mis Icur pro.I "Les affaires aont toujours, ici.'dens volutionnair0< qu'on la toUe a la salle que ou Also a (roan supply of Famtit .v 11II-. .
de police/ C'est e'viter ce dssa. cbaque mois. /.which he sells at the--:"estpr,
XEette GRAND execution, et ae soot veng i I Iia plus deplorable condition. Malgr6jlerait6 pour
. DUe jet en a'abonne- '", for c..A_ -"nu, Q.h.. '
nel'eus- Je Bar grement que je le pie, Ht que je te Les pertonnes qui
fait entre
,.Jt ttTOSCAHE.I comma les animaux aauvagsj J gouverneur Drug Store,Pslslbx Street. Pensacola. ..
t sent pas fait. Ibachano et Pat, .le grand chef des In. somme au besoin, de ne pas publiei!rontjwwr: unan etqui paieront ..
vo' qotllea sent J e bases drone "Nous apprenons que Ie Commodore 'I dieD, eel dernien on fait Incursion cette lettre darts Ie Cottrritrt des Efatt d'avance Ie prix dcf leur abocI RE G VLAR PACKETS. "

rendre desire. dane disttict et lent empires d'l. Unit, quest, dit-on, vendu i set Anglaisdt > nement recevront comme rime '
4f PJ 5 to tmre ie Pap., )J. Roi de,, n'a pan pa se aux ;' ce M I 'rfia f:1 "rHLL' T an4 .1EyTPIANB .
C Pestle Grand Due de'Tosca. do .Coraul anglais "l'ort. Prince,, 'turdide et Cibal0+R* Lea g rnisona Guizoteti eel Arabe de-Louis' gratuitemenr; en jolies\ brochures Rut ply,

. \ frQriu1w1.D future dlialie.! ; attenda qu'" I'exception du atation|i d*. ces deux plaoe/eot. l&chament a. Philippe. Comment peux-tu ttavait-* et au fur et mesure de 6 cola rr f utarp.ckee between ::t t
and the ire
, t. PifllDtCde de I1l&1i. doit.f die'aEe '' naire et d'on transport (qui aont hori bandonni leur poyte, en one qu'au. ler i uh journal comme sa leur publication, let feuUIetonsque .il .Wo Inn for t7 1 Mlllpq Yeti. and sad .

. 11 lit gnarl Atati' r10 d.Ctat do strait) it n'y await pas dnU < ourd'bui, lea Indiens peuvent impu Je t'embrasse par le Vfloce ou par Ie FRA.NC -.u"EjlaAiN in- other pUe a on Black Water wbmver ,

1ta pleR. an sent baUment dt guerre.D I jnemeni ttanlRr tout le district, ear le Croeodilt. frnf&l or pauenaers may otter, .
ttSidle.Ii port Boer-Tarnnat. sorrra dans Ie fours tfeTonn' 3Th i boats will alas be kid in re,diaet ,
et regrettable que rette lie toil Jen troupes ae' soft rffugi es dans not volumes fran aie environs. :r one cfaft notice, to be .t Uw service
t: >> lata 4e 1'E gust Sinai lsissee dlporroe de navires deguerw ,sours qui, jai tout lieu de moire nesu' A present onus pouyons bien publieirette .,((40 ) fioinf or ether plcaton ptr ... I
45La t lettre baitscrni, me de causer ilauteur & M. A. Itoiicre est TA Terms liberaL Fo further inform >'oa.
148 toy.uml die lions
d'Etrurie 1t onus attaqohpar
qui, poor -On oosa so*!:! quo l le Iroi dre desagrcmenl puis apply 10 '

rf triad .",otaJe dn grand' due degrand sow n'a?ions aucun _wjet o'alar. let Indiens, A calmer la crane dei I quo Guiiot a gltttl. et LouJ*.Philippe gent du FRANCOAMERICJLINpour P. DELANDE$ Sc C. PINDAR. t

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1 third Gehci-al Assembly! ; subject ,cxcepto: le lundi. BILLS, OP LADING, $is SLAVE : .. Cracker Pilot . .. .. .. .. .. .100St 4.JJ 5(5 B lto+!in'... a ru-Jiepgall. . . .' !

t to the action I of the i\cxt\. : PRIX D\\BONNEMENT: CIRCULARS, "COASTING MANIFESTS, Beeswax, Yellow v.l: 21 23 Varnish bright 3)a'

General Assembly \ !:I (pay"b:e d'atance.) BLANKS, : HANDBILLS Brick Lake p, 1000( 350EnglUh 600 Oils, Linxeed per gal '
: \ t!, Fire . 20 00 Fr basket 12 bottle! 0..M
Parmois . . doll. 1 l If CARDS I WAV-IHLLS, . Unttlrs, per gru..s I :livecasks'per gi 1'01Engli..I.

I AX ACT (amend: I the 12th. Clauk'! aS f Par t. imestre. 3, PAMPHLETS. k. ok.I I., Porter .. 7 50 8 Sperm Winter. . 1'

I the tb.\rttett ofttie CoustUntlonJof Par semcstre . 6 1 I French,Winr p.ItMt 700 Fall, , .' 113 t
; tats 'State, 59 that the.Judges of the I Bran . . p. 100: 00JVf 1 S'tmrner 110.Ct .
Par an 12 Prluted to and the taU . . tVhal refined ,.
-. Circuit Coart* Khali holld their offices order wltbthe, tutm st promtltudr, to aatlafaetlon Rid. t 61.2 7 b0
; flavana.goodprgr. (534inferiorto ? 1.3 i.ard oil. . . . '
for a ttrm tof ttgM'I yetira, Inittad off Les abonnemcns ne datcronquc who may favor the Office With their patronage.TfiflE i mid ( Tannery.b ,lOl MJ'

l! I daring fb1behavior.: du ler, du 10 ou du 20 d, Jata. . . . ID 11 Caoct..r'. ". 'P gal liS
f Lag.'ayra . . 71-4 71-3 Oil Cke a ,. t per toi
.: S S SECTION 1J Belt enacted ,br y I chaquc mois.' St. D"miriK". . -(3I03.4: Prat im. per bbl

+ ; the md Hwse rf Re ,, Les pcisonnes qui| s'abonne 1VEUTUAL.A C oeo/ate. N*. I p..C: 10 Beef' n e<," norther ,
Senate ""
N .2 . 9Copper. wester 1 5
I 'ront/0f/r+ .till an et qui paierot: "
s rPcP.tQtrtres S of the Ft tic if! } Braziers* p.JE 27 29 .* .. 1-2 bt 350T
I Florida i't General As 'em My l avanCl! le prix de Icur: abtu'ncmcnt '- WEEKLY LITERAL+ JOURNAL, healhlng . . 251. 20 India'me'.'s per t.

rccevnmt( commc pli' tanJIft per JCSpermvpwBedford Prime mesa . '
l conversed Tntl the 12th Clauseof PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDA Y l\ FRENCH AND ENGLISH. :30)( 311-; Prime m a per bi ( 5

.... the 5lh. Article of the Constitution me, yratui/emcnt, en jolics 1churl's 1 nrn jel&OOOO .:. Nantucket t ao! B. Beef. .. 150 t
of this Slate be et au fur et mcsuie dIqur +: 1 : ; Tallow . i 10 12 Cargo . . ,
I publication. les fcuillclonqUC : Adamantine. . 2l 23 Dried a per. S
amended ,t s ld read as followsix : PROSPECTUS; Stcanne , . Tongues* per doC ISO t

,. \ : That '3 | the expiration of le FRANCU-ABIERtCAlN ins6rira onta;ft per.C Pork CearprrbtMess
dons: Ic fours de I'ann6 At time wlipn the desire for information i is Man!:la . . . 10 17 I t ,'* t'. i
office of the .a so gen
term of '
thr'presC'nt Tarred, American 11 111.2' MO . . . i s 1
: Judges of the Circuit Courts, ( 10 volumes frsngais environs, rally inanifcylcd among the people every where, nnd paiiculaily r- R ut
with the I hereinafter V- M. A. Po iere est I',Agent i among those of this new Continents when the love Corn iWet.1 . per bbl 1 53! 173; PO. , . .
exception '
mentioned, the Justices of tin- du FRANCO-AMERICA; .f Literature, the Arts and SiVnces, Polit'ns, Commerce Char Western Cannel. perbhl per lost 50idrr Bacon Hog p'und Ham! ppt pc: 7I 3i.

Supreme Couit, and the Judges, pour cette rifle et environs. itid h\du.8try.\ seem to demand ,' an increase of the alreadyxtcnaivc p. bb 3 00rbrfoVpttct 9(0( I 1 I do. canva>ed 6
1000 150: 275: Side-i. . . . 4
,. of the Circuit Courts shall be,elecled \ i means of prim ildgatiun' we have thought that th Suck, Rthwia .p.p. bulfltoO I 4)00 Shoulder* I .. I

'S for a term ofcight )'CJrs, t} t} t} "iihlicnt'ion) of a new journal will lie the best mi-ansuf contn: English . . . 12 UUttaven WOO Lard .. .'. . sly

I mite the attainment of this noble * . . '' 700 9003t Butler Gu ben .
"' nnd shall hold 'their offices for lilting our toward ohjeci
MEDICINES I I ! Am N.2alOp,}d I3 Western . 13
that term unless removcd : .6 Many of our friends, who fervently desire the success u' '/", per t"n I Chee...e. Anienta. + d1

S ldt'r the madein have to it in the French Logwood, campeac22 00 .!:100)( Fine:Apple .
u provisions publish anrjiiglHt
fur journal, urged us
i '-. I LflF iE POLLS -St '_01300FiHtic.Tampicu : 1400 Pi tatoe- .'per VOniuiu \ 139 1
,'k this: Constitution, forth? removal : languages: to which we accedetl with a view to en . 10 t"0 1500 . . . 00 t

o nf Judges by address or urge its circulation and t s flllllt's:5: with that class of per Indic; . . perJC B5:! 1 5 P,,,terLondonp.h 2 TO> t
11 S Madder . _ I U 15 Northrn i* per bl t i j I
impeachment ; and for wilful nnnAXD[ JflZ' :ons uno understand, hoth languages. At the present tim '-,'?s . . per bbl y 00 1000 Nortern Ale; . 1011 I

neglect; of duty, or oilier reasonablejcausp he French lan: uagc has become an essential!' branch in a goo "our pt'r bbl R f rf. <'an.tina pet n.

: ,which shall not bet I WARRAATCD GCXUIN'C. mlcll{ finished t education inasmuch as it is used in almo:> Ohio, &c iiiperftn! 4 25 Hpiui Cassia perj" Istlliuoi4&
( M 11J."mrd., 4 2.) 4371471;) Clot en . < . L9
sufficient! ground for imPea -ll- Dr. J. BlOSNAHAS very country on earth, and because it affords us pleasure ticrcehc Louis. .;ity. . j .. a71-: : Ginger, race* . 11

the Governor shall Sour . . . .1, Ground). 10
merit, remove ;an mcreas'ng:: disposition in many, of our follow-ci '
I I has just received a fresh'I : nlhtrs, . . per.: 25'taxaed 28 NUlmt'gJ . t . 150
any of them on the address I supply of tens to understand.und practice the beautiful language o j per tierce 770 '7 80 Pepper . ':.. . 01

,. two-thirds of the General 'r.Ip'fF-\TT'S lebrated Lift Pill .*rance. .ViA Cml.! per box 1MackrrefNMpbbl ...... 121-2 Pimento .:. . '. 10
8 Zi 8 Jo Sro ar. lA. per&
: '
Provided ] '
Assembly and M'i a1jr Jtitttri:
; wlle- Dr. HIBBAUD'S< Family nib, ,. t is! our intention to entertain our readers as bet! we cat N2. . 6 :)(' 61St In tbe City . 1
ver, :lint the causes shall) be : tSatrr \ vithout interfering t the! politics; of the day:-in which tve inSind N3. . 550. 575i' '-. On Fldtitatiim t .

stapdal! lentil)'i such address Dr GORDON'S IVmtiry rills: to All well written communications Herring . pr bus 50 fin Havana, White, . 7''
part. 6
Yellow .
rruit Almonds
; ,
the Journal nf PETERS nil and LEE S fills : a
I and entered on Also"a frpsn supply< o. fM rf/y Mid, *o inserted without comment-meiely) relatini: the facts iirdcr Soffaeell: .'. per" 1.3 ::013 Brutrtt. . ' 41
each -no sc. And provided! Harebell . .'. .1 Loaf.. Bo>: tun &: PhiLouisiana 12RakinctlR
rin/\\'hich heselUai I the -0;:V"|pro to keep with the current events 'of the day. --
pace 81
. .
' That the ,; && Jdt-' .. Kratt* at b p. bm 170 It80
: S further, cr.Sc;; tii i'; cur -
Clarified . . .
Drug Stuie.Palafox Street Pcnsacolt tcrature, the Arts, Commerce and Industry, wit: find r I & L. . I
,: S canes shall be notified to the I -C !i I Salt:
intended be removed lace in our columns. Prunes ; . . . Lirpl. fine sack ca I

Judge so to NEW AlinANGCMLINT. In discharging the duties of our Stntion wr will cndearoii .. Fig,. Drum. perk' 13 fn.iUJ Jlit.t .
: ( and he shall be admitted; ton ... Lemons '. per ba' 2 '.5'GO ,'J 7 Course: c_rgo. 1lira'
in his own defence, .I. ; consult not only our own nut the intt'rests of our patfnnsnd "s . _ :3 from vt re. .
hearing '
0\ << ....!y rff""Y -: the public generally. We will endrntnr withnll our n, '.1'(111Vehat p b'isli w 9;5 Saltyt refs pert 8
before any vots for such removal ": J Dais. . . . 2i 27 cn'de. .' . ,
shall pass : and in such uses ,:.lity to advance and improve t the system of public education <:'urnma.r, per bl 35 r3 Soap per -
U. S. nd for that purpose;; we will keep' ( a rt laI..r orrcspondciu- she'led p. fansi 21 :JO. Noi>htrn Ext. No I 61W
f the vote shall be taken by yeas, the most celebrated American and European Beans! , perbb 173 300 Nu 1. . . 41yrpst'der
and nays and entered on the \'itll : journalistTho No 2. . . 3I.Conan'n. .

Journals t of each House ;res- to .\ 0 t.W MAIL J] n a NEUTRAL! will be pu1'li} .hed every Tuesday on l good jr.rr per kpj..AM '350 Spirits j> gallon!
'. . Bran .. t
Sp Irtin .: 800 Ctia-npajr.
with fair and will be edited and
type by a gentle '
pectively. j From rCNSACULA to MOHIL1 > *, p. box of ftl( 0Americans Bod"a *x . a I SI t
SEC. 2. Be it further enacted: This. line II itcked with new Com I.iTrojf I I. ;lan of talentand education whose services be so kindly ol x 10. 175 200 Arne leanAmerica aoiw
,. gyred r' 10s 12, 2(XI 250 UintHulal\d. ... 1 112x19.
b'jllt good four horse l teens, a the first )
Judges appoin 40
1 ., . m 325 n .
;' ted under this amended Constitution fkifull and acGolnodating driver.L '<''*;. Western pin Rum. Ja-naica 1121 1

]. shall be divide .f Pen-roli daily it 5 o'clock P. ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.. 55 \V ter.ri ted.: . New England. '
by Oflite It Mpcori"' Gunzil,z &Gom' / few.ruUed., . ,1)0(0) 11500 New Orleans.Whukey 90
J loti into four classes The!first For one" year, $4, 00 ? (Hacked. . . Rectified 151
class shall hold his or' jihcir I IS Leave MobiU, daily Ofn-it::2 M' 11.n"ion I P I lou For six month 2, 00 5 poyabu in advance., 'ay, '. . per tun 12 OJ1. ()() Common . 15150 -
"drr: Df'r L : Alcohol I .
office offices' for the term '. B Yearly subscribers will hers privilege nf tutrl&ft B sine.. .0.
or : \V I &}.les <'an (flint 61-2, 1 7Vfrrr perChoice ..:
of two years the second for .FARE SIX DOLLARS. gratis for ass: month. Pry sailed Mexican it Segar L' 61.

the of four ; third'I J. II.ILL* Co. Prop' Wet aultcd . .. 3 5 Fine * -1 51
term ycal1t,1 !! Penttcola, 1 March 1818. PRICE OF INSERTIONS. Dry counter . 5 6 Fair . .,...... ? <' 41-
for the term of six years, the I pig . per Ilr 3000 3300 Common T. t 31

I fourth for the term of tight, Advertisements will }be inserted at $1,00 t per square o' Country bar .per-.t: 1-2 Infpnor. . 2Englkh.

M j'I NEW GOODS. welve lines for the first, and Fifty Cents for each : prrtut; 0. 85 Td'01 . . .tper 71
Swedes assorted IGOJO( ft..Imperial p.tloupower 40 l
W 1. S yearsPassed the Senate by the due prce for, Goods, and no dcvlatlovINTER ., Hoop . a S. pert: 0 61-2 ,( t :". 31 1

: 'r Constitutional; majority, De-r ,' Advertisements will be published in the desired Sheet fc . .. . 5 5I-S IIv5'm. . II 2d i
.. \\ CLOTHINGS ; language 13f'a.1ngs
'\ Nail + od4 . . 6 61.2 Young 4 *o0., .
r cember 22, ISt7 Passed the I n. F MAGnK ha'juct rWntM o Ucmcd nd if in both a discount of 25 per cent ,will be made. I Amencatl 3 4 H>U'in kin . s 40

House of Representatives .r and Panty.Goo discount. ak l nfcr, yard price Puuchong . . 20 t tBds
sock t' Dry .\ very liberal will, be"made\ to yearly or semi .
10 Wines.
pine w p M f 1500)( 00
the Constitutional} majority, F'r this seas,m, to which ho 'invitee the ate . S .
,'cnrlyudvcrtisers. S ----4 I ye H'W . 000)( I 1t 600 Madeira per galbImitation 100
January 6. 1818.] I f uon or the pol'lic. Cyprev . '700 2400 tf
Ptnsacola. Dec. !
PUtt cola 27 Dee I'M' \ 1847.. Stave, p c per 1 U 10 ro V<( Ail Florida papers i will 1 'r I'i I i w o hhd! 0 .:-.00 3000 Mci y Made ra . 75

t publish, provided not 'more : ALLNEW-AliaOQD !III'! 'PINDAH., & Co. Publisher, French buttwohearlini, flOOWOO to to Malaga: Sweet 50
{ !; 8 00 PfTr. 20
than O doll is charged. .' '- 1-. GnNZALE S Co, VINCE TE nionoo, "acl. Big. per 1001 :3 70 3 75 Port :'. .. s .

April 26, 1818. '. DRY, GOODS.GROCERIES Uilliard, Armore and Bar . . . perk 'Ur' 41. Claret, Bor p. CI' '7:
Black Smith, etc.
,,_ 'I Sheets . 61- case. '
r'. WINES & '"1 t I. per
J "al.r"l It, between,GovemrntHENRY ti tntendy,ti Eft)Ira ,tF. bl" !Sb0
:me. \Vesttrn p Marxrile'.t,'ercasJ
NEW ESTABLISMBNT.i. Corner ar n.'rL .'\'und --- Thonatun. . .'. 130 la 1-2 Catalonia par cas} .800
i i u Pensucota.The HVCn, 4t II. ROCHE, aI
r.rE.lJ.11 M.
f.Rmden"1 5 13 1.2 RPUI)
*" it rrr ,
; t' D J 0'11011.Store, _na erY.-.w 01M.'.. .rer gaUm Ch gntt p. do 806IgtheCitr.
Co. have n'd anew'BjHiard trod'tfI1 geed l Ila.jli., ripened I pew Stot u Pal.r..1 lit, cornet 'I Intendtntu',
)Im" Gontaleri: op )H ylenM, rQrnerot? O..rment. . . 14 13 tVool. M1aetOOl
.Saloon oft Palafot;street I f Dry Goo,Ororerles,Wlnet,.etc *. "II Plantation I . 15 American p. n. 1Q
!! .'. _
between Gb"erment and Intendemia, tbe brut qiulur lately rf'c -ivrd, to ...le i de 1.HI'% LAFAYETTE ROBERTSON1, ,aiA-.4d. :2Od per .L 43-4.. 6EX
.\hnlentle and detail at the lowest price, Clothing Slot e, and Public Auctioneer. K".dinj R<.orn, and C 'ff., l'm.l',
In .*tjle of elegance unequalled< ) by . v
fin All Orders for the abute Article wilt,,, t t- V..f lot t 'J'p'.it. the quire, Patrol ttto|>p.wits the Squire! ,
|any establishment of the kind | the -- ,-----,

will insure them an extensive paron.g Pt1UIJcol4 27 Dc. 1817. and. CuiDiuiviioii Merchant, Fancy Bout and Shoe Miler.ttrret ,1. .,. 't' .. f' ''' .
"' \ i ole al the\y."at" Gale of the Nary V.rd'PIi OD lntendeutia the t"o'
; pppoite '
---- .... . '
F'' __.__ _-+-- CALENDARTO .M. GOLDSMITH dI Cojt ---- ZENON SUCH T.-- O i LO'DU 'It 15.j. 2 a; 5 C1

i \GUL.AR 'PAcx4rs. 71lr.c.v'711 UF.Jl"). Lr 'GO xH.faloMI ..,. ;:
> : Family Grocery Slur ON FRANCE . ... ... DON
Ut3.4.l3- ;.I.rul between Gnvennent lnlt".''''''. Corner lnleHanli and PnUfAi .,: '
S ThIo.r" SALKY and NEW-YORK, at 60 days, .. 212 -a' 3 f et<
. KSTDPIIAXC, win :Llv 1 a,
vt. hrt" Peusa Dr. J. nnOSNAIIAM, {I Ir 3. p; MOOKS, Do. .'.
+er. '
DAY OF THE WEt[. DITt. sight ,' para l2 ItCI.
:vMJkittlla and he Navy Yard, &114 Drug, Medteines.nd Chfi iiW.t"l 8'ore. : Drj'Cofxl. 8r'"ft-c"ftttr of PaUfox

.. wit nUoletrt "'.r Milton and 5- .5 Sundry. '* :J!: 7,14-21 28 :Jittfoz between Oorern'eu*, sod Intend' and Zarsguta st.. ON BOSTON, 'at 60 days sight., 21/t a1 2 3/4 r cfc;
) ... ask lYater, "beneor
otheFjtt' H
1 "; t freight of hear on .rra: riMy oflr, floods 1 .1 8 15 22 29 .1. Q.t1IGLEtI, : J., JEBBISON,Jr. ON PHILADA.. at CO,days' ,, 2112a' 3 r.*:i'

,6' 'atoucJa)1'1 hr ae boat* oltc will" ,a'tube... be It held the in'l'rwlC't"readme> C\,' Tuesday, .2** {9) :,16 23 30 r Public Auctume : Dry::1 oodl'lhrd".r., &"Grocery, ON B \LTIMORE,. ,at 60'days' . 21..a' 3 rc ,

Iknrk. fi-blhar or other P"'lflure" I l'.ir i., WZH ... tThursday 13 10 17 24 3i P.,Urac. *'. Corner vfOnterment & P.1.rc'l st. ON CHARLESTON, S. C. days V 9 &

'Term. !ibtr.l. For ranker |n.ltinaUOD, t 11 1825 I ,
? .4 B. F. )MAGEE, :. F"'. BOBE' ON HAVANA ;
appTr at 5 a. 8 dav s. S t It I a''S18,
;t ..rr to'DELANDE6c. tc..1'l WAR.n.aurh9lS48.1 ? I' Friday, ,5 12 19 26 !.,,A o eta' ocir dCoI4 nuuioa: r: -Mtrchwt, I Dry Goods and Gfocery Slot,. S ; ;ji;S; i i& " Ntiu 6 11t'r !"

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