Title: The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian
Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: June 28, 1823
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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Volume ID: VID00680
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't"H: .. 1. PKNSACOLA : SATURDAY. JUNK 28, 1823. No. 17.

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tI 1't.1's1'OL.1 '\'tr't'itof: V\tirUiu :\o\icf. and I autlon.ItTiIEIU command sach sarages : net he

Rr tlia JJsn.a'n.rcr rl1'1.t+i.t.retn:U "slat.a.u & cn.S""f WO :L: s: ; m Superior Court of HVtf Florida Stt- Al I have. been informed has deceive not the and genius conduct of them.Mahomet He to is

.... ........... .......5.\ Irrannum..f.h..t May Trim it&l. 1 that J.M. Can*o. .** and PIT.aM"uar..tafthiA2't
rf.tinn. ....._... t ht' li"t., or ,,"',...,.. TUB SUHSCUIDER John Inneranty, rwnplt have by wndry deed of middliag stature, squints soma
; '" f"r tile' hut an.I sus teats Nor n.. ain.it In CluncctlrfTri k airn, d todivene what, and is without that comraafl-
ttll1br .rl4andas
Ullt' lit in' .rtiCtn. .. -tian larnbangh nttt > tndiTtdual creditors, ding figure which strikes Tulgar
(ot r\'C-:r) "uh.wqu'---- ----- - ltv$1Ita 'flfI.T..t'T Vt THIS day tame the nrniplainsnt by hi. Ttdjton of the late firm of Carnochan Iittdehtllorothen imagination. I was assured that
-- - -- CALLKASTKK Jel Jr. ; .. rl, ami it appcmnnjf ta the M all or sundry the propetty
K. he
KICHAIM) Ia1attion n(the eM.zn. that the ileftndanti and estate both real and pcr-o.w. was always among those ge'norals

\SU .11fIII'JL. not an inlwtMtant ,r T this Tcmtof, and of the said firth aa well aa their own mdittdoal of Spam who had leaned towards .

1111:1111) .1. lie: IannR failrti to appear and an,.er the prnperty and estate, conauting to* the constitation and ercn
;OlIO
\ 1'II1' (;IC.1 L' rotnpUifunt'* Din, herein, ajjrreahly to rather of hem, '', lota, land, stores, that he was in disfavour for his

.\\\ "T"t u\\i C Ilel."tSle.lIIJ law thcrt Cure it it rmUretl that unle" the I! turves, nejfm S "en Savannah and known opinion. .....All who hare
S(. ,, "'M" -t,'d t'enrrltrin ltrac ..defendant do appear here on .r before I>ar cn, in CKorjrta, or the neighborhood
H\\ tt nLu':ail M r'ifr* .1 I I.Cj('EIJ-1.'.EfJ U.111 .';, the fib day U the rte tt term of this Ihetof and cwhere,with their interim known him, his compatriots even,

<:. TK"II rf2l"hC't' to the 1 foMrtarl ansn .triM cooipUinant'a Dill or We m the dock of the Lower Steam : have been amazed to see hire general

to' 'VrJ\m! irmloml 1's+uri" nf Jlcat I herein, a".My to law, that the woe M nn ar Darien,and tnndry .hare. m the ; of the Regency. They regret

",n'at(1 in the federal .'$, 1 l'\\\\\\\r-\\\\\\K hall he t Vrn acotifr *r ajpunU him.And trains States flank and other: links, a! that, with the talents of a stiles-

(I'01111.an \UHan, lu)+t at MnI.ilc a.ii4 *t., wirli he will Iron time totimr nuke,4tdt.nt it .t further ordered that a t* py '*C wt'Q., win,,try ,debt doc to them In va* man, he has condemned himself
(.cant r w11)) hC" I. ..trtl..t .. tar ahem a"nler He pnbb.beil in the I lutv rrZa plates be**,!e% lands Iota nerroea,
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f1t. *w / 4M< ff at*! std * to head brigands, and that he has
Strand tilt Uu.r.i %!.**--and .. .li.n fort. ,.t w<<\'Ic-ru''ttI1' &c.. w the tt mtory of >T >rwl and pr-
nu he-i in dental In IT.I
tit fcM !arty a A ( T of cant of quitted the cabainet forthemounMATTAFLORIDA. -
their Ul"tr d.e wiH J1t. lit a.tIf. imnsrlaatrk +uf* fnrrnthe .
1ufit.j' <." ct'tn.t'tS t.+ thr.t ('.-tc I II r ti<%*"".i a grtatr .tad welltrcrne.1" aa-.t.tlfri.s'1:1'1'11.1 \, Hasrll Ulltl). ('. I'nrbbe.ti f o ")'RC' between ritenyt. t IIf.%.

.>_.. .n....,...,-,1..-.. March K--If - ._,- ...'allf' k...t /.r JIHIN MIU.I.IC i ik r w r._ t/ark* ahlt \pa1.ch.u.I. the tcmton .
-- i OJitV'o 11.1.'. iJ"neI nthits anal ui.r 1us.G rctap1'tarr..r..l. cf I1i iwLa aurr a d.
J/ t.ltl".l' :-11J" I 1 Krir hereby to taut ion the
CJ/d. Shih .IJtf"f.IICZ: : .. rit.la, 102.. -taw. arc public uMatta-Florida, some years

: ..nit, t+sgtectt ttO"t4" of 'M' t. trM.t t.".pr. tat 1M "iH fmra .M --r\.rr\ .Rums fl'lJ'daa..ie. any part of the saidiaiM.rrt since was but a very obscure advocate ,
.tj1III ,is ...,d .a-t.. ....... 1 \'wi'h \'\\\. M .bl we cnntcveI. or any
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..i nt.4rrwt.nrt *t.l.tl 4, tnI' eilt'ttt e? d p r. nMt1e ett0. t- .. w ..u.r eft..prtty bcluc.ca"C' tu the and (,aIk *- of Madrid. It was he
tsar. u1Jt'ttd his nffift al1hl' cat, su thattou.r a' will rt *.... r ti4 vflort to tamtam l.t it 'IJror C ...r/ *' "'u' J'1.rJ" Sit.Mai 'i'.chn( Mitchell or|either f them a* I who drew up at least who .igncd, !
..m-t, a+t."C for '..1ttt t1t .artr..fat. Trim Us':;.
in I nfc.'ni'nC'a "tatt+ Matt prw n..rflj fe* on the jfteiteit part the: addreis of the sixty-nine in
'01' It r. 400" .- I.WT fit' % *41 antI W. HDH-H Hunt.m.r. 'httl.... Ilsne.hCntap'1t 7o tl.rr.4. v herb ..rr on rcxnnl it the rcgr 1814 presented to Ferdinand
fin.ni !*o.e.I link, .' 1t. .\ ,....... Inchatctt.h begging
,)cl.tah11'1, IHJ-.I .. < ; )' trt m! ,' '",, MTtli ?#. 1 C;-1|
the abolition of the constitution
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tswsh f urn
y"'U' Iii f Jurlf v.>n, M. Villinm F. S I ('l.'. \. h -U U |I .maid rc.pwctlh ftI" tart tame Hr taltsplunans br hie all the tif s..et John Lani'ichatifid ; of the cortes. This address,
', rat If.1 0...,..,. ...'t. t.,. of !" .....t1 ....t... 1"11'....*. U aif tf .f'i..n..t 'ft tl.e aa. I'tttr pmp M.UUI1.rtj which commenced with a
; : .,..."ct.\. nit ua. ,.. ".,.t Mi ...i4. tat ; quota-
(\\\\\." \ ,,\ \\,< Ian frtM* ftit e...".dut the .d d ftnlanf tl'll.I.1.tu JIUIST1F-. tion from the customs of the Persians -

.u1I'IEii' t.rssrp..Mrd A" Jua 1ta11J, e..".,. Lk.i.P. +.ft' u i.t_t.tinll.. < t. f* an Hihalxiant of Ui. Terntnfj, ,to.......& J.,., 'Z'J. -tfTo has gained for its authors
ltllt1.1: 1t .1 a*.1 he lia.ia K failed tn a|.pear ,*..lan'.er ,
(1 l'uhlar It.,aiM' I"Its of \i \\\\l" 1'1i - --
? n1ar a. hc nick of PtrIi4" and
< % : t:.> .r MufiUitaiif'. InN ...'iris.vu.attf toM : names ,
1'"",*af<4, HI.* hi; M n ici a t<<'II. i tettld.sti }"" ,prr"""' ,_ '''.1 It ""fli. ."""' ( . ** rvliife 0 M.tr terel thA 'if le%*the Uifc VuhUc. for some the favour of King Fer

'! ih 1.ttjurctier i.f... fq. ,.- .,..... a.fH... .1ItI. ..-l .'.' f* fU""t dew. apprat l. rr wo W bef. : \U .tfU.\S and f )ttTCItr.l.L, dinand. Malta-Florida was most ,

'11<: ;.. t: : :: _ J ) ". V ..t .,.. -rw. .*. tat hr )t hr.kw'. I .. m. an 1'r liar c"'ttlirtaahM's ball i
tti\r\c\e\ 'Ible ttti f MrC .
( iv: ,. p Ly a t : txiucc f> Minister. He was
: C ngPtt-t' ''';'' *.- .. a..h to !... that the same l n.U*" .ttO ..&. .in>imiHtr.Uy claims a. 3larquisthca i
AUrriONKKKS.J"liNIltMl \ ,t. ItttW.AiiJT . .!.. '.. ** en *' ('Mf. w4a""..J4himAi. IT.t them wh bieaJly it iwdated.rtthe minister in 1820, when the events

tin fr\"' .tre 'nebt .i fnrfitUvJl .. 4a.ll.h I. .. f.trttrtrt.Mrn ikat a e.ly torla ekt...."" .4 hC ....u..... pcrwbfE. thej sill ; In t'.c Isle of Leon obliged Eerdi-

aw tii taahr its p '" r i-_f4 .1t* ..,. Mprr.ur t"111
buMiu. c nti'trl} t"*>.. >f'*,*'** *.M tJ'Wc1.' ';etlt (nrtrs i'i a 144. ., _, .. _.. t" ..as.4att. ... .k.."' M..ler which Mr thn.ue and change his counsellors. Soon
t I'n..Irt. "# adMt kt ttt!. .1..... t
kttN.rictar4patr,("'twl .r\(' ftM' nab I \ i c ....- &II %rl.wtt ,.,Cfat to all the rral isptrt .after Madrid and since
JIIII I. \ tr'UU. flab hut .. 11 t..twNi $ }| .\'l.II. lit M.li C. ...... "U1c .1 C'.mr.tehaft ati fitdK&1.c.nn. quilling; *
(.tn. tl. ntlttil.lt': f t............,....-.... f '..... are .... inform, unjust and s1Iiial. transported into the mountains of

AI'tai. 2f 111.'.. ..Ct'lItl I.M. i.1. s. r w F.1 llenev curt I. .'t bcbuuacM Catalonia, Matta-Elorida has become
I...,4$.$4 I'. J..T j... \ u *. *rr fef t1 .impiam.tlt. 51,4 aft %taN farr'tlir f ...U'.hd other all of a sudden, regent, j

JIST KKCIUVKI). 400 up, r.u 1 i 4tf mk ...7r1'htallwl ,
.. .....,.,. ,. .\,* .Ir ._ ...........-,, -
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.} .(rfl'.It ''> tier' r.->&-: .1!"' ... 1 t 4iant ,'rr\-ur' tit i Vruu.: e to m t"ti.. pr lprs!, fur the ti*.r of a1 tlaeerttrdrtat of the people, almost
''1t' .: Mr t kn.t inetwtoi. "i'boo.t
t" v. 'Ji r
\I.t.uf.I."h. ,'.,\(..,..." 1. a r f ,-*rM :LsI"rat' II.r'tilt: Sts tn .i AT ertJUwi t..D rflciAj! to fM .j hint, for the inhabitants call him

I t..r. f IMttt %.. '.1 .w & : t 1.r 1".,.i a"MJ "-T tk..sf fMlK.. aiyl tftbss be not nothing but ri ry Matta.Florida*"

\ \\\\ {' s 11ttt'r., '. ...i Ilitr. I . .'"" M.. f.......II I. } tZlttalak ttISII gettkt+ian.et Mist nttti'th I (Since thu was written he has lost

rat aTl t M .'I.,..& hrrla-M tJ "1 M afl*r.1 .\I w c.- q .hdv m ?+sslrrsl *atr lrtat f.f 1......, (( I" CJatttr'f .+ wrM apprar f..r .1Id ey.iitahk to the the confidence of his party, and is

t",. fnru.J J t H M 1111\1.\' Ir\ (iIioil.. N. rims': II t..- fr* ) I pttb .'. tlt .... kale a .eAOtofpat.Ce. a member of the
no longer
fla .1--4' .;. "'d'J: :' f It .. *' 'f .' .l. r .1. 11"t.) 1'.t ...s.t.iw ts.skt the lat, drtd arc regea

1 .a .>r+.4 (ertNsflt. d t.t.... j .. .. -. .- .< t|... .a .Ate a..sUdiU fatale m Ilatlda. .u... V) .a
VSTXXYUU.. .. .., ..- .' '
J : \t4IIP. I. S. MM.I4H rid
1 K LJttt' f1ia""f. .Ira tit .n tlt M Mr 'rf )It" to apI M1RALHES. '
1" ter ,\(',"" ",e 1." \10.,1.:. .AJ as- ...- 'I.tta.-. J-\I'4, ,. .Uf" .t. -.' '!. trfffftort I pct tlr |ift<..na. to ,h* ... ...,tatc ,.,.
u:IIv...,,,,,.,,,,, -'. t hit4#, r I4"I.1.....,:. a.. I I. *' t. ...:: */ *M! at. w., nt ... ..." M Ilt. .ktau.... ....t dtpu.4 a 4Miralhes is a firmer of Cerbert,
.
.. .. . i-. .... .C".a ...... .U Pus d.Jm,
ff1..tt 1.In 1Mtt' I ii'.I_ ''"tlrrtRth.rt I Itia M I'M'r rich from the extent of his
n .. very
D1''HH'.L' .. tl Bast r1i T. 1- ,. t . :. .. ...w.. I..w OMtXKum nf th* .'..rt tit
; *
rr' OH ata.)",- Wn*. .. estaics and the number his ser
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(.10 tt It.t Fiii1.1:1.: : 't.4rda ii 4 I kid. : :: lor ....... en .o, awltahW tile atAa
,. .." . ,.. ... . ..M tyre. ,f ... w..I.1 vants. He wa; living quietly OB
r. > .Mt rt.e.i as55 a na'bt .b
\!..\ t. 1 ,-_. --..... .... 'hr'.ar''' 'r. *.-'*-f..,.......l1. IQfI-. ;'''' t. *. . . .. f .. ..... *...it**.. I.. '.......: ... ,............c..t..." b. taurne.t his property when he was told that
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(e;) JJ \'t\\\\\ t'rt'-1t tttt; I.....,t.t.",. .,rt fir wtw-''': u..fl t.. .. .". .,. ...... tfc* ..'.. I . a . WI t4. reta.v .start ara Of'.1. utI' the faith was menaced and the
... ... I.s4. _. .. .. '. .*** fc." He
"ur lc lov,*. it* ca.*.--a.'t!U t 0 \I. .. *t... 1.- .. t t, . .A -an throne danger.; immediately
I.rtu.J t" .& illlrl 111.... .,"i .j 1 'art .h. a" t. i 11 ''1's .'0 attemblcd the of the
l . .. .
(;(-c. \V.vmvv. UarI\1.-. .. .. ", f l.. a . a '11IIV', ." r. .. s a peasants
'w ..". a'1lrewrs ---t
? ill..!. . a.J... w.h country marched towards the Seo
A lprt 2f"" \fI aw. sa+t "pat ::...." t ..... t. .'. \\\\\\C)1\. d't'rgel and joined the of the
,.*..}...- \i_IIdt ; .1 army
.1\ \\ .11\-11 lit M It s i\ U. 'rt.*M. are herrbi eaatoned tr Faith. Miralhes: is near fifty with
l'ltilhr.Jatr
""tIC- :
t or HtrK< *<'f. .lt tt..... t . '.' tS\, r**.t t.' *** : as MAIKK\r.- n t*.. de *_-_ h._ If.';.-p ., .>" :: : .... J.....> \t1l1'1r. l ik \ t tt.. .' ... Last ..*...t' f*> tfc* ..t.t M arts of the, a pretty good figure a true
G.r. Hnrklfv. ".'" '0'-' f1r.1 r J M* 'I tt r...., lWi tout f ...... .. ern sid' alas. (..- ta.ca belunnua;; tuv. I hpau.sh (countenance very ignorant -

.' ( ICE..iBW . .....,...... ::"tfc stay la.IVrriUirv . -A. .; klft 6f Jv.aa'stto nJt< ucd. ..the but posscsed of great natural

M:.rvi 8-tf st ;1I.jtt,M1tahlaumbrr .> fwctlpHl ,If tin- II'" : ..... is no. Ml \.I..au"'k and ngt.tM I good sense in short,the most honest
- : tt1e.-- 1)lChl'JIo\I ,tK.. fwr fa>R..4 *if \ \ "\'\tt. .....MT..MI*e ,J t.4. ......."" .1. .U"'C') inf and sincere fanatic that can be

V'n' kact..., tuna I....ac... tIII.S' a (awe !._! .. . t C...r.t sir II',.. 1rSoeiJ. at,. .tt f 4'I.r 1M... conceived. Thie
l'\STI1'\ td'pstne b...;.1. .wi II,a4.... f.a .., .11 ......."e# ,. 1st i *i f nr. le:.. t tll''IUUUfi.. extraordinaryman
A.q '''
M' fadl. !._ .r a....rtcd ............:- ."'.,. :4uc i ..$Jl -"lil """' ''''', >> '.. '. ...u" f.t ) .f"...+t' f. far t4. Am' .f although continually surrounded
appna tu n /run. l.attdlt.. ... 1.t.J: a,I"1 . t hbCkattetrt, J..... ., ......(raa.JLIf by robbers assassins, has,
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(j('U. ,t'. Bark I.".'. ..T, tar. .N.aMfe**. 11W.e fW* 'HtHMff ire t ., e', Itl .'. "_'. .1._ n_ .) -- ---- howeverexhibited the strictest

1' \b..dj B-t( I.I! : It rt" M tte11aait itJk .Isl.. If, j I .tl. ..... .d. .......,atsNS1iI4Is-". SHEttlFFXlttl ,111-:. probity, and the greatest modcra.

........... 314t 4 M a w.u ahd cnwtw.+ i.t. . '. ...... .....,M tier e.N 1I'lt .% \u'r. hon to the subjects of the opposite
FOR SALK. !'tmft. ...b1,,( tar......... r. llltrtr.ht t h. *. ..t .*. .. tnt tit cad dtIra (4 C' f 7'p Lt art.i1

.. /'. Ii" '0" tt..w raadt, _1I..a\.. 1lttnt ylwltli.a.airU. , :I; ," "* !* '<* a.,. tju.t t-f tt*.. i see ta.rt. { \ "ftlff" J... r ,.. ahaaa W Ave JLrett party i and he has proved his conduct -
.n'I" dtedd 'ts Ittrt ,,,, d .. as.1 ..... Md d.c "eM amid 10 many bad examples
:
*., : !. !..a' > ; ti at that aA.- . L 1 has' uiw.N
111/.I.1I.l) 1:1111.1;.4'. ." .............,.,.; "t Ibe j_.... t tr. 1'. i.t.. .* . kf L.. .. 01' i ..,n-'c JM, t.. Utle aJ nrfci1'' U tV a* lI'c k r. in said that there art natural dispositions

""TIT11 C'Jmvl. a1'1.aHntnt.t..e ,.. .,.. .. . ., it that a.he 1K/, w of 1.u4 a*. This
!.. t: re t > t .t II' s I.. .,, thud (106I'tf AI yt tritely virtuoui. worthy Spa-
1 it rat Irtupr+ t....-oastlwlt.tic. \104"I II....".r. II,'.... ('-.1.'" .tt.I" ....k ... Itlataer .it, ........ iteM ..*. ur k ttlatttl .." t.... ....t.,tar .r ,.... l....4Ub a I surd is the tutelary genius of the
!..c.: CMurr art 11M. .f ei.3t.y ."t I,4Mtttf.... art ...- .........1'srilltlir rt ah. f.... '... r'. ...' rat hr tot Itr* *4 tb.. Mtr a.tr./1 tr..cc n.K. aawtt 7..nuNIttutt .

10. r..att. M I...rJ I f........ e.r,. ...: ......t r the t.tit.|4MtJI*. bah .t the ......,1. .aI Ib"Mr.. .!. ..r .apr oppressed Ccrdague, and has exerted

'- J'. II). tat III<'- fs.'.. !t." e ., Reaar. its i*-, tHrf tilt aWlwhst5. Ltft" .m t..us-ail)61... '....,".... ; himself to oppose his beniB-

CuttttttihhiuttfT :, ttfftt't' 't Jfs! t:. 1:1\-11: t ...... .. I': .. s.. ... '.e.y f ** (t.......... 1a0...e .\'t.t-t.I'C": a eettaen cla.m an-1 on- Cent influence to that of the terrible -

/'nuuu'o. .Ip tf tl+sL I"! !,1 N u AUJ.Vailll .', : . I ...." r .......h 4 1I.ri, tope ... pwstttrt nt art last.iJ l ha.. ... 'Ihtw. bee- Mists, who is this country the
cdrantt.apd 1'-.,..,. .,1s-. "I..L :a. ..':.. --i i . UMT r.......... t..t.UAJ.c> two Kombta
Ptit't'AS( I. 'A *n art .. .' 'w.*t 4ni Mi m '. Mu.tt l genius of eil. Wherever this
IN *r..d fct tJu..r lau *" %.Kfi, ...a.u.ftttt .. .. .....1'_". I. ( rata, ahaehtIJet bcaght.f Jatnc ILIL showed himstlf the
ar..J r 1''rlr'IlH "Ur'. art tl... art f tar tarty.l.JUig }' 1:8l''rI'J:. a \ -"' I tat. I .\LaE.llthttiwtatLtsrandtfitcttdofM. brave man at

chinas arid, tMri to laii.. m U.-T r Ji,rl.ttwrtw .1 "4< t'#, ., h js, I tt It ti U.t. IILM. I) CI I I .. Ute fwrt atr etofUnJljinjfatthe head of his peasantry, mounted ona

ntofy fir J1lJrif,' and *n pndt fur tUvin \ app..".... .( tn. .:. 4 4r 'r t. t V j J.rI ....uthul ...... M.* laserl'cn.acula: u..h great (farm-horse with his net,

"-\ and di.|If'U' fIr th. xibfir lat>.Is t': trd .h4 r':. t atr4r..1 .n ttK <
FJ'lTMUtltf
are ",#tlfi.t. Ulla' H.r .ti..cin 'A tjr II'..,.: ," reo .i .tatr ,4 .N.u.... ..iy i.tl/t.MI,ItA I 1..rt..J a M" ,h. le.'t't'rritilry the kRia> .f Jest, tint, *t I o'clock at / He for

for U'.ttt IlrmdA tau t>.-..n r mmi*d until ':.. H. .,"' ... .. ,....,...1 *,a'r.tIi.e.I t.. tr. -Or t .4ti.Mlu luitJ** taI1.u Mtufv thi returned. paid every thinghe

hts! CQruJ 'lfJu.tal to J'rLf'ttary t
!last their fIitt' lb again aka h for tl*> t iti*:, am .J4t" t1aNU 1hi1I.aa ....... air dint' as"4.rrNt, ('..iiss4J ./ftrftfa toi AV. Iafi", tlll.SA butions by threatening to burn the

uJt.iun.of c IaJtit. 1 bJ.... tint filet 1 f>uIM I>: ,"i t.. eJt*- tI.rfM ..... JM VI K 1ntr. ..... I !!., letiu : ". : La, (' country if payment was refused.
"duty- the. f.,... day tit Ilrtttlsi it, I. ',* !'. tiMtola* tmt ap tit ate I ittorw?, *.. Jue iHtrt.lwtH'*'* "\ Indignant at the extortions of his

the norm i lirrwnbrdK bi for .".Jrth3l1 acsorhruattu <<: i* hillt.ttt..n..4tu take etrr, .hl fur a I .\KaI..*! tl.e u,ikf.,l-n *. fnItret..A Mat2rnh 1K.'it. he has soraetiratt
+ tin* l...ard .J f'.Ith.n" 1UO''ho. 'ui.h ..nd.i.... .A tl.r j..rlrl w. .... ilili ( L.nt.ry.411t1u.'iJ.tl. colleagues
....IIc.: held tw be suit i, .M Mftct. JWi< cf.: tai1 .t. "',I as.>. .> .. '..n -f the ***1 ,....",,.. IK 11 jJ from tlfifhih paper enticed: at the Office to retire to his estates ; but his

.I.u Lt Umt, air ..tiUU t tu fik Unrtrwith . tills L ii tame the complataant bytes of the Loiumbhui (H> crtcr. zeal in a cause which he consider

S H" m 1. It. Orrtnn9JOS I e ...". Mph stir .*..! allunM' itt I'..... s L r..tw! *t aptrtannf to the s.ta.d.ttion .. leaders uflhc Army of Failh.UAROSD'EROLES. sacred has always prevented him."

M. Wlll'l:' C..n......"""', : .....,1... it. .i> ti*..ttlis<.r .".. the iM'Kr-- di dtC' Ctrs!. that tlw ....t attt.Iaut. .. MISAS
Srrrrtary.SIILIINFH. "Ktt",au.I.r .ute >X AULama.Afinl are nut inhh UfiU 01 tlua 1 cmturj.
J. "" flS. 1'N.t. and tl*. % a..*..< failed tu appear and a.- "Among thc insurgents is one "As a contrast to the virtuous'

HALK. J. U. C'UU'.1.1I. S ...rr the coOTpUuuaM'a Ml herein, agree man, who by the nature' of hu :Miralhes, we have: Misas, with

K. P felt-el u. IAn.u..1 (truer.BY ( 5-ffJI.IHCU .....1. to I.. tlirrtfurrl.rtltrt1 that merits must find himself stron If different ma aers and char
.2- +--- ii-- .. defendant do hereon quite
the d .
virtue oft WI nt of lien'aet.s to '/;//..,-Idt!* or-before tU first day of the appear eat terns out of puce in the tanks where ne L. i acter. His name is Costa ; that of
d..liH..t. fr n the l.ft..Mr the which''
nit > ."a..d N". Uu1lc--r. '\ .1 the ctwrt. and an.er OK teitoplatnant'abill combats-it i* Baron U'Erole, Misas is only a nkkuame
..(lbe cr 1acatuta
s+'f"UtUJ1' :Nfl11. fn I-,. ( IUCIUJ: hereinagreeably to l*.,tht the aa! caltall whom all Spain has seen with as has been given him sa account of ,
tL I i-ntor of Honda, I l tall 1'1"11 t'cJ u"
) "11,.; \\' ';.1..... S b' taken coolYrd aj auut them. himself with which hr levied for
..II fur < sli un tt'tdt.ei.day the 25th nutbttwrm ul tonishruentto range contributions
the Lour of 12 aid 3 c'Ckck, .t '' ": jury hasieK/uu1Itht r.rtaaH.grd And tt u funbrr ordered, that axopf. the ant * ridMlt -
tinM Uti. rye tli.. and lie almtc order be publ hetl in the t k
thUrtJtit in plaintiff'
".t" Big hcnnP u ChocUwluUlnc, in < about of they lie has old in the mountala ,
furtf age grown
:
t.t.ta wccrwttly.A years
of the .'Ufta the blUrt teal tag tw.turrly t.ot..tnt the fur eitfht I
Jkckft'iri
in crntory
wd, )IM. nartM-d Charles, aged a. lit" ur, and Ixinjf .. U Mi.e.i tlerr if, Cup Teat say. lie had followed the studyof service : he command cacadores,
. tout twciitj KTO tears neat taken U die P"'Ift"Mt dothurdrr altdildMr, tt.t humid WItntlrr W IIAhlUJ. IIL'.T. II. C. thr law with much distinction; while the followers of Miralhes are

vf the d 'ft-itcbut, to ...tJ). .ai rxecuUonW. .. n r'ni r art t.ir. wit I its,,. H Callas, /*- i scarcely oulof the schools, be took only peasants. lie has with him,
tiiKhtidrd ..." ,.hJ.t' l/t. \o. joiisuiixi.ii.cn, 8. C.W. r.
< three or CadU and daemon, a very
M. I-wftin Shit with the tortes for his inspiring
and f Mir, all .1C'Mpit,tl f o ,t.e ne* |>Un of Jooe. M. H Liar AU'y fur torap'ttPen..eoiss part under who several
Ju.1 M.11 C.lll1ly. Uie city elf petitatola, and tLat the aid 6th )Ia> UJJ.-. r.tuttda fought with a small army I learned monk, speaks
W *"nffoificf lOili June Jlf!.; -;" alha bt require, mitlun wntlydays truth his command for the independenceof languages and Is always at his
bou\
bucietY.
the dAte hctvof to elcculc: a deed to the Spain k the constitution *! I a 14.: side to act as an interpreter. This
1'tlht-li ic .1'uticc.y aaui Jlutler f."r an undin&d Half c.I.-.kI annual tied..i of oftctn of the At he conducted )Mnv I singular compound ol intelligenceand
Tilt a partisan
1'1 I Kl/Hl Office urrniocl to tLc tta- lota aftdm Uie event of tui fl.itnr to ea cola 8uftdy School ftoocty. self with skill but for this light ferocity is well known In t
ctrw'nt ailjoimnj the Hook More.I1ie . ecute the tad deed: within lunetv days Malortaajd ..ill ta... plat at tbeir uaual FLu olawc\o ;
nujl arme on I'nday at K A. U. UMTII John Lee WULajna tsar! Ju., inr. (t Court room) on to-mornr. sea warfare be U far less renowned Cerdagne where they spread general

and clo.e.the tame d.>. at 3 I*. M. aejih )I. What, .Uall Luc fall poser aIMS cia/ bth J"..... IBU. a* tl O'clock A.arrreatlt '. M. than Miaa. It U a kind said not terror." .J

ItolJl.Iitchell, alithinty, under the decree, to encute to the CotiaUtuUon UtervoT at all to salt him ; and for all hu -

the uad deed to tLc wid Butler.. llOnfcr, ,lour he U thought an JOB PRINTINGMetis
MJrd.1S,1823. 1'.tI urrr personal ,
(A true ) W. Hakell Hunt; His
uIfJ1.
<0'n'f'dlr will Gsgaups /n ,I.., '/#rt. inferior chief of guerilla f"l"cKJeS-at j.lJcI..
elk.
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John Miller Iftr+14tf
F'nrttttrncr.untneat'6..j".iwtay.MJAInj$1L :aleatt ar J'o di\illS'1"hl"'d U .
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the I in 35 days from Bordeaux.The ward
: Los I)(, April 21. which by assertIng / '
arrival .= captain of the II. informed, t claims to pernicious

I; frM i 3 A report has Jut reached us, offiowcr within there, Mar Mr i'rtnth army had potted i All start fair from the goal 7

:authority flotilla, Mr line, and entcrtU\t' Sfianiihterritory. {! quality, :and strive with Of

&.. 1 d that our Government has receivedan present, both It was understood that heads and honest heartsin sound
: berous, the
t intimation that the Emperor force by the Mr Fonmit, our minister to of useful exertion. race

Alexander totally dia/ijirovr* of Spain was passenger in the Hun- is
and it is Aristocracy the deadliest
\ the conduct of the Ihitiih (Govern fog
tcr.Hall.'al..
of of the American
intC'.st : : youth and
his;
all
i ment in its negociation with
recent ;
i of the all his
that the t hopes, expectations of
j r"2 Fiance in regard to Spain i and, of From the Hoston Patriot. ,dom and free.
happiness
part :
i ; of that such division. PROGRESS OF DEMOCRACY are firmly \\n.
j being opinion a net with
+ What i : sent by terwoven democracy.
!., gociatiun ha, a diirct tendency toweaken AMONG OUR YOUNG MEN. is the The
? ; and one Uflat whose!
.' policy i pf stife
I all the efforts of Trance: ors
I
should have The circumstance is no less remarkable breath poisons whatever it Ihhts

: and to confirm what he is pleasedto uvrn : ) the : than susceptible of proof on ; the other is the maple of
I deem the of Oar
M audacity the Spanish h) such 1 Mar the greater tAt age of manhn id, t native hill!,.from storms a shell?-
he the Alexander
; Cortcii ( Emperor 1 Island, tints the terminationour :'afTtghttQUi I and from hrat a shade,*' a
: ) deems it to notify motia.ment { .
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: ": that lie shall nccssary the by :: Turks, war, have ranged thrmetve of strength, beauty, User,,!.
; '. sup )urt of ;& than in beneath the banner of deg ness and durability.I .
French with the uhtilc forcesof I
t I t King at the ; they mot relt' To tht\t who ne with
I r his empire ; and, to {that end, .. : candid and this
this twiih unprejudiced errs,
C
B\nt1'\
has ordered the march of a Russian I o\\\n' tl tritt
tlicto1, : h"met fact is easily; exjJamrd( and nnclusively ,
., army towards the Nrth rlafUh- and / 'rtffl, t19e\ 1tl;.
A d'armec of eighty thousand think who poses tic soundm nn I i I N Pt'ItSl. .V:\( f: refa n it: sttierrla.prrnrn ,.fr"1I.-r.,
I
corps _
to this Chris- justice: of the rrpvblicttr .u4.' i, J1..., ,I.' ";arI,
t I men is immediately to be assembled :Ir r
\ flourish Our south, at in early at;" are and .ipplrnwnturv In the act.(',r A,r '
at Dantzic ; and, it is understood puinl of : ,. dt conversant with Kie histor) of our I, ,..ahlns}: r btrns ami titles! to land in the T -
: that this corps; will he nine> r.f J1 tisriila,* and tr proTulffjf
t thl'
bound rttati- revolution. 1 ; + tender minds
instantly marched forward. ThrKmpcror ; > I ..ifKry and dj.r-'"*I of the pablic hr.'t
1, ,, Alexander expresses it du. all are herebf r'I'| i- 'hdl with_ the suf thirsts. ," fie rtiimantA< to lot soil tint I'.,

l' du tins, clings, thr heroon, the rtlt.an.1c I err nofifinf, tint the session oft lItn
.. as his decided conviction, that the !
arrived the dnrotion f.r their fur \V rt Innda ha been continued
'jur'ticm :) patriotic oar? ii
I French is the of all
cause cau e
> ,
the l .
ought ;.c ; l "?1. ancestor,*,and the nmorsrless c ins 1 irnn \oxay in February f\.elf.o.t
t crowned heads ; and that, unless a dint: thew htil'c! i is ag in open bit thhctorr
common effort bcw made it" rviir If thr | "' lr rlly, the nthnJf'JI".n, the of ream.. those not filed OQ rarephnn
Spam tu debasing* paralyzing dominion of the liNt day of December W'
pate revolutionary"prinritdr. arid ftn ..,
will be ministry r Mor- (.rrat Unla n. An ardent love of the n.'hn--r. nrc.cnbrd byonrsftum the oriK\ftaUtt.
practices there not a monarchy -
I less thry and indignant ahhorrence f ; tm. tKmrd of comma-.io
I in liberty: an > n:".
Europe.tVe ; hall IK. htH) to be rout. and of rune.
understand that the effect (fur the. ) the rate arbitrary; foam, arc thereby kindled ! fret. d.

luma This. in their. unsophisticated:. hearts
of the Revolution: *
\ Spanish: UJHIM Haml. U. Ovcrton
towns' in and they enter the ; of
stage
the Ru4sian dominions in Poland! upon .
1 JU S. t WIIIIK..,
\ have led to this decisive Mtp oti and ,. aetite life, glowing with patriotism .VI'UHLW,,..,,,,...,. Ct"I, I

\ the part the Russian Emperor< and by' sea .spar. to E and tremblingly alite (o theE I

that under the 1.,&hW.,1' apprrhcnsiun advice a ... a...fbonwr i the glory the prosprnty of .VOTIVE. 1

of the result of these doctnn"%. |*., ; uf Inc" their country Those of them 71111 K iimtemsrwcl' harir! been re :,

he is resolved to make a dirrtt ..I..I.I know' ti I wbosr day of manhood dawned;. Jl July apjrfnirfrft by deed dritrtxeut'g" -'

Haute and an mused .. t1lcult' papers ewirt ,>f Kuurhbuutrtirfrc: '"(the mlar
'
fur ieUtc
cause with the King of I l'r.tntr. in ... a struct national rights* : tumid
I pf Nathan Shaekclt: !;rctft.r
the
I thr lit '- ha,r come forward under rlre.nsttaatrt
waragairst bpam. i ....t'r. I tlw wtrpr"t t"rff'ln rnentsontdcooherrhv .
!
Now it i i. iinposnililc, not to fare tucntv { ..f the peculiarly: auspicious fur pot p.ibLc nntitr. that kH pxnon Ka"un
. : to .atar cherishing and thesrtftttbJt ani t'.., fhlm.2 tarn,
ace that this mr sutr cl thr Hut (.trr" ; perpetuating U''It itt dirtc.

sian despot mat' had to the: most like us ..trri,- ..: sentiments.' The spirit t.'t r" tI.. 'Mm w ith Jot. MS bite, f vf}

important results, and that it .. terest in i fir party has abated land the greathotly ;; of lrn.ar,,b. tJQt 2g nl arwt attnr"t-y. .M,
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I i t* fully nf hnr the of the Ilrit li ( "atL shin fir ( citizens, longer I . 4
cones duty <* *tit : well our no -.fir ,. tntinn of the jmrjxnet rA'L,,
eminent to take a deliberate sui \f > c Bats ; the .>. dit4rd by the bitter animosities I i ...A d:r I. sat ill fr.fbtc.n of the u.:.i

of us oun situation, and of ti.;- u* \'(.."... c..... srfsturrdatsean: unite like breth- I .Pine k..tf..rd., ..art' nol.hrd: to Lit thr r

f probable cost and pimi'ile ismof assist' h abd 'l'a.r the Savor principles' in tirtrace I' fairies a.!h a th ur sod attnrnry m PC&ATI -
tw,,,'.11k l r. ,|" m .n month*, fcr *tth the stases.H .
its t'utraJituradl'r such a condition .., .,,;,, .f the wn'e (sassflue .,,'.. il ..t the, state of .\bbimt.W .
of c rcu.m'tah.c*. Thr "jucIton *- trrS ain ( un- )'sotkIettfuirtanto-w w,th'>m J. \% .\ fall.N,1

;in a w ord! consists in too points IVanre I .. ..','her prejudice* examine: without (trepossession J. n. (.+IDlttsllr.. .5pnl T", :"".

-The: first, what would it cost us anal iti<< U of ea.r and draw fair, correct .\ 5-tf.

in our own immediate sacrifices: togo Poland t and well, bunded c IltnifJt..\.-

to war and hcthrr: the possible her ilttle : I ti inner w err bey firrcritc tbrirown cwuntrsto ..YOTICJwilt :.

good! of such a war be rijuita- ,." 1M" ii<.uribiHgt p""perml.Inti )btIP(15.".i, :.nrntea br tK-

Jrnt lu this cost *1'he _.-< .,tid :-: r\\: : happy whole
point is, what' will be for }>:>' 'j '>|1e. ...,. degrade t.1 .snistncracy. and Itashn...r.;,: fmrn by war I'rrvvicoU of l'rnrllrtusr't.. >.p..&to ra the Lo' >1"ttII 1ramhna -

result of our mu iitiiig at jnavi We : r (".,. enuvuisrt! by t'.e strugfiles' { "r.hr'' bU>cV fvonv---a* *'''r'' a""ttwr fY'o1&!

-how will it alTtct( our future. tau who c ..tra'4. many ac.int lie frw. | '".ra t'rmilrtrm'! to. .'....,i.'o F-M. krnt

dltion Capl.: :" plod. ?*. i risr .I..n..n,.' prevailing in all I .... 'fi... Leau.IsN, l.here nwl' UJU.t D.4.
I '.t t l. r t ...'.. ...t..1.-: pasaa.iefW
Ai to the first of three truth t4rst ..! thr And the .. .
question r gall $ Hfk: n, : nat: '\ ,_ .. .
; j C' ... ....1 .
\Te have no hesitation in saving,4 f Ifilr of(; ( tin *. i I 1.\ avid, tahr %, .f the grnrral gu"i I'..r *>f.. a.stun-" t'.U'n.IP"contract; for p-: er

that the country, cannot j;" to war \Jtlit plat; i rriitsstM ."P''''t.1 ...andu i'i \cd t ,,. tl.i.tva>t*. ..tlt male thrieprr>|>fM ttw

on a great kole without most rn- .NKlitm an a.; f"l br terra. mas% ut.,..... ....".." _. ,n at..lnecird: the st'i rrr.ts ':

ormous t'xJ'ne.-a".t'xlu.nu Loth wt.ith : .. t "4| I bry IWnru" that ft.irral..mtMimllrtl ss. ., .,............,....cn, at rite '''. .ttt3 1'raau.

in money and tuff .inl!: su grrat, th..nticThr -, I ...,. In a f* .liuh that hr 1. /!....,.-. f l',1b... A''st d'tJ,11ant.
as to render it a point of (; .ies ufrt ,
piurj. r tr west It piifi l| its ku'tsg! nir'nsl. : s v : "'. arr" rpprrntetltoin.psCt'-se

to avoid it at e.'rrv event sfKitt of frrrlatn I ...1 H..t those that Itsrstilt ti.snartls ; '. tail" Mil ..h.t: .

incurring k greater peril infuturrWe the l..|*(. :, |I'.*,h. wf t.x.u.T: ; n t:...: .i Jtit* I.A lit .\,) r....,.

cannot afford a war for rurrcprinciples. to thctr | oMM k hate 1..1 for tu .iw 'riv. .* .h.. .|I JM. a. Kl.ViKlfAN "-""" .
I', : It. .\I.'.. :'e. .5
We cantiot afford a the tits?l ...1.. Mwl their touulrtnrr ...J 'I..at u..r.i .
< ii N ", h",...:.., \Ur.It .".>. I.',- ;--ht
war from sympathy or grucroMtyto : ( tutuiie j, ..'..., '., tutor *.f p* ri! hit rnrre. ..t. -- -':-- .

A a brave and five people sufTmni* ;..".I..ft. I ,..... for war. clttudt Mackrh. d .....U..,' I .11.lllt.1I 'rl/l.-l :i..tutor .

d under (oppression.. 'Ihrce yrai %' out arjr < I ". ass her lMr, s nt ti.. sag rv4| tir* taif t t I XV Uutlrr.. 7

it' war would fix us with tlirr or gust I i .. *t hr tultfid 'liras to lire bt.nuQ slat' .. niiciicr:

t t four millions additional taxes upon tbry' }*.., *. I f.ift.a tbr standard ....r tint enrmv.I I n'!.n tt t ail.1r : ... 5

>f the pence which should conclude of the 1 1 I| hoe at 'j j| -fcry pTteitrth.it. hilr, f..h..1 l I 1IiI. ; ;..n hr..ftJ f+.sn4 the fctsaferdi '
it and where and whence id :ft iGr p.t ttrn .f the plasr.al' owl
; Its ('u'r, i" o ittrr ; >%*n .% I tor i *u%* uf Uut...". and e't .r! ... .,.. '
t r .Irf .1",: tmturrlv tvnslrred the!:
r those'taxcfc to come Wr lute rrnriM4)t ,, pt... ..
t ,
n.a.d stNkirst .
.
.M' ins'tr.
i l I 1". un't """ 1:' welt stttl+etl there" CW
t borrow the principal I. and the hush :; ,,, .rth '.......M ra" !.. tUr rause'o'hir ie" { .'.... ..,. !. r 1"t IIN'frt" I.i !mud W

expenditure of the principal I a.mong" thrir ai j jt."ut I 1 I ;.I"\' I +"!.'u'n, cf manib. and with a'i ,,'lrr f'o'rf\th.' *."! Illho w. fufli! .

us, so long as it lasts may .. j I < 'nests. 'r II dft U t rigor *<. ttrvpuU-U an the tw plan..f
invigorate trade commerce, arid : ( ''' I H..lIh.. !j pad .t* haNRrr .hrtiUih tbr ui -
r TSr r h tit Pi neievlt. iml t1'At tbe *apt
I II agriculture i more mechanics. will tuth. t ... ..
Prtiif i.-. .
i the a i|* ttfctttnrn: truetntrtvi : I stk.'s!> M, 'I'l.rr't ".tt n miHTt cla trot
.L 11 t be employed, and there will in troted i' i .
.
t ur- rsrry tUit.i{ that'.s* "'''' t .l.l l ; !t.c"r> uf tu t vrcutr % .ieed i to the

every thing, be a larger consump ceptiog < << ; .....rd- late spots an nn ..rrupt. J h.. ..art. W .i tttttW. t.>r 411 iHMfe,itrit tuft r5I MM!

tion. Hut this will ticcrssafiiycease don, ami ... % .*.k of f t' *. *"'.i ,n tb, runt ,.; im f.ilin,* to cXi
.Iu |i in a "* i r mitci r' ?ear .
with the and then I f" 'h .,..t.ttiat., \ritliu n.iNct dais y
Jf.i" .
the
( '
it peace, ( ,. | he s >.tb, and t all thru to the s..s..t .",., gist. then J"hl1'.": 1t.dtai, Inti J.,.
Community must pay thr rrckon.ing 1519, sad l : writ wf ......*.. far s. '.. '- si tt st..Ail1 have fall pCllnt sr.l

-must pay the annual tntciest have "... n trig :.. sire i an deny that wb,.ter.. ,'I..f" 's. : ii-nlrr th. Uerr., to etCi t,.
r i of the one hundred and forty. millions wr bars Ilk .u -i I ".-..tl 'It ih* u..d. HutLr:
ofI tour
) ttwii' CuUMirs. it great fir tJCtUft | .
by which the debt will he auK uiatiuti .. i !*. ('('t&&.,.)
i are ic- rstima*>lr or mtahtr that :
'rnenhd."flail will be the cost ofwar h,. I Mhatesrr Julin1illt'r: elk.
tnrhoratwns ,
the" .
ip- in our i u |
; the replacement of the tuxr Srvrrsil ditww ba, been rrH'I'.1 ii '''. f'' ,"' !.,
i which have been recently removed been |'|> i\ed r tf.t'.un: i --..._.... _....__...-
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the last
trntv the uti-
hate air
J".a' .
or of others still more hordes Hirnt tr I .4'11 K1! I F'F ; S 11.1-
and of
1 he '1"11. rmati ttut. drtuuetaco.
f' "ome. arid! ..r.""' .. In aCouHtry wnosr itistttu* ,t:( U'\II .\rl'H.\I{ El11.s1'.
.
,. f On the other hand, I let us 1'xiktu their dr <. I'u- U ,."s arr founded upon natality u;' ...tlorJ ,... C. :.f H ;J :.
a i the second question what' will br fu\.trd ,
i fights ami diiunisrrtd ",ccordiitK' .tome-
the of ir.t.1! Uc trtioiutmnall the nht
1 event our remaining at 0'| armed :
be tit Ih..irI.in, and iiiienitt the .
rug ; >n .
tube an I .nUrr-vt of (tuv lUrlc. aid
:
? The will be this in
peace event ,- by old .. fiefs. .
a f. t isoprtifor HHiiuraliU cunilach h. ana lout pa.t ..1M Jf) 'tH'n, "f .If"L "
first, tliaithe hpkuinr
: f ver"helmcdKcondly, that a owner ulT' I.a tale distint tin ill the path wt public n-or'. a'K'tt.t' tUrrc slut Ja e Tu"...;
) most abominable and atrocious the hl << I'orto tttthttf.Vhrucr (low those bviiit I Iqualities Iti.rtl. ii s,.. n.auth coj' hats(1teijti..c':", :i.
I principle will be I established Spezia. i tW K'-.'.'. '" laurul'Jatttrs tAA"b,
that fur .\.... n.l| .
.p far as the Continent it concerned here thr pimurr i \I.,ss--utwi a r;. .t..t' I..n ..ntl irsnri
atrll cans sell h >riiiUii tit distinction'' .,... .
i pir i of uU..l..h,, $. 17s." lh t '
-in the Law of Nations
.. namely. lust b) ( daps \\ hrtur l ptotred that bold ami r.r..t" t..t...... .. 11cr. ...,. lrcxmbMi
,
that it it the right and duty of of the ant of daring rtuerprir, that as 41 Kings to su Peofmonarchyinallneighboring rintend the interests the whole" .\I.*|-.11|| tore jfilHM ,..k' asultntrr.. ..4 f
and
*% indn-itrv that | .
na .hus prrsi crinj_ ;; un I U. rkr.lt tHK ..f hn.ll hupKat It,.
couvryrd
lions and to down reform Tier: .. tlrmt;, uidr'aHguM avlivitj that } .......'1. ... t.c-uut.i" Usti r. errs+icida U..
; put any ,
Ie nr ilistihguisli. thr mind uf Amrrita: {In..'",M,rd pf tukbrel!; HcHMnK s--i.: :
". or attempts at reform, which menace on the ..1..,. tluiiugliuut the' hab'itaMr %.,,,"* ? I'I which will) l tit' ..1.1 \.4"t"n.. tier ei ansta.

to abridge the plenary powers I. -patiio, ; .\I itll "I'heir an" kindled matured; i anti !; H. l tnr Juh writ, at I t"sawk'! ot '
of kings over their subjects; I'asha, I r.ia./. IV I... iJ"+ "It,. !lJ .t: t.t.r".
: ; affairs iistainrd by ll.r rymu/ffy uf fun .. .. .
...
and thirdly, that the powerof Ru- we have "" .
1' '"r Irt- institution, thry .rr t-ltvd into J! AV. Dnu-w.
tap already enormous as to excite beaten life
of thr they into '
v.tuin.
i are .arml'& ;
'
just apprehension for the balance reeks ."1' : R., ;i-
by the quit I Iracy.
use
of
n
of will be further confirmed the kniiug spuit dt.c-I \t..% .v.t'. I:; t.
1 power ; mt The American' ; [ -MI .-.'
youth -- r.---- -

tuch.a triumph augmented over:, inasmuch popular principles us lure as the ) that upon the theatre' of life inspired 1 j I I I(:,\ttttltt y : l.\\\\ UCirl'flt \ \

I It 8&nJ the ,.
supported by i..tictau.nr'ss ".
must necessarily consolidate retired .j| : anun l c In tion of otficrnf s
the Russian drier- or being able to attain, by the lumeM \ ..:'ac.>b: >un.:.., >cho ol 'CK"pbtr "
power. In Poland, only to Orta. made' empluyinriit of then the h jh- :'" .'I.t :\tthC'iri.plJ"}'vt tsfsnc ..

t ; '{ hat Russia any thing to fear, of I (st .n., k, cwnfulriiii in stir i ifl I' s;. tier Cwu; nxptnt nu tca-nh..t ti"e,,' +t'.
and Europe ; 11.., 'th Jum.AwU .. ,. '. . )f, .
) any thing tu hope, as Torrigia dan* intrlligt-nt ..,..I Uiihit.h..I lcdpeople. . .t It n' : \
respects the subdivision of the Russian the Turks Iittt tvttht ....a:"." .ofI ,.. ...,.)f.
'. Nu spring of arislucraer.tihuse ,
u. n. .
I and it is tV.
the rison
empire, unquestioned at ; in the .
ne4/r d/ooJ has tur .. \ HHI; Hunt
t of nation in Ku- ... ;
y policy every l ( Isis\ \ '..rr/.' through -cou,../,rr_,* casts ,. -

rope, not.to Hop the moral effect that of I' I : \ .is. rws Ins pith, rrprr ,"\ '>t.> '''''''!'nt J'.n *t fcis" {... tv J.

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- -- -- -11 Permit into quotr the charges native, or in other words slander* I ihg settlers upon it sufficiently' 'numerous -
contained$ in what )UU otfnlly ink and vilifying of the best
: some to cultivate and to- defend SIUlI :t1m'JJ';
tall your' "./*ttwro the Opinion : and most virtuous of our citizens. the soil. A*. )*. J\at. 1dv.
c/ star ( vitrf."_. M|| urtiiklly appears I If this junto, who "feed by lying ENTERED

lis- the paper that the defendant and slandering and slack their }:)JlJ.: IIO KEYERS.We Brig Franklin Taber from Philadelphia
was taken bcforr via Mobile-ciryv, dry goods, hardware
a magUtrate thirst by roil speaking, should have received the April
J. Williams%, 1:''|. the person have any of the feeling of common Supplement to the American Medical groceries Nuhet k,Co.hay. and kc other to N. ||. Allan F. H.

nw his counsel:: in court, *udwht decency Icfr, it is hoped that Recorder, containing the following Spanish' Cutler Liberty from Havana*

*c duty it vai to hive taken communication may meet their proposals cargo, coffee,and fruit to the captain-/

l' \ .,r \\\1\- ,I the examination if tiecisnary, and rye, and stimulate them to reformation I TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION. Passengers.Schr.
-- --- t'hou' duty a tsrfa-* to base taken the Thomas & Sarah,from Uobijeto>
a but it is to be feared; F. 11. N"asbit
:;.11. t'itlt 11 Ft F'1 S.Jt"r.2R.11 proper recognizanct., and sh,. now lash cannot IK laid on hard enoughto In almost every section of our IlL CI.tAur.n.5chr. .-baflaat.

he approaching An., stated to the court that he had taken efleet that desirable object. As country epidemic fevers peculiar Thomas Sarah Mobile-by F
.\ hail to Independence it himself, and taken it in formas idleness is confessedly the parentof character, and singularly fatal, II. Nubetk Co. 316 bale cotton.

Country1 --- - -
rmm-r> of our it appeared, believing the case mischief, for the sake of employment I have, for the last few years, prevailed ----,

our rpoch of glory, our would << "me ip before the court in and these persons seem to I to an alarming extent.. Claims \Ltt4tT the Span

National Hirth Day. Let crry the shape which it now assumed.** br destitute of any proper way of llestrous ol improving science, iyh "r-rtt\\1.

I Floridian on that day echo tlirtotcc 1 shall now, *, ith grrat defcrenee spending their time I would suggest and serving; the interest ofhumao"it [I I t. undersigned hiring been autho-

of fn''c um ** hich will rt'.ountt to the K hlJ:', Attorney (;General that the vagrant act br put in ,, by directing the attention of ; mcdbyan act of Congres of the

Gulf of St. Law. take the liberty of stating in my forrr. If these c\iN are nut remedied physicians their investigation, third of March hut, to "receive and ad-
from the clt.fc'n't', thar the w hole of these soon they will call forth an tin proprietor of the American .just?." all claims arising in that part of the

ante to the Sea of Ic.'xicfl'lJ01 rhanjrsare unfiiumledThe appeal that will be more effectual Medical Recorder is induced to of. territory the ninth known article .of.. Wen the treaty Honda with Spain under,
of the Atlantic to: the dffendant hrothrlorr than this fer of hundred dol.
the waves I was neser remonstranrr. a premium one KITe notice that he will attend to any
shore* of the Pacific Ocean andIiuut"1rrrrr me form examination.It A CITIZ.I:S. Ursor a gold medal of equal value, such cum.a.. iiiaj be presented to him

lire tJJr Nrl.I.'I'' did. nesrr iHTomr vas; duty in with an appropriate inscription, at hit Office
Just rwlk-d .m"bun in a rrcogniranct':. PLOK/D.I L.1.VV&The (at the option of the author) for It i, eipt.tr tU.it the claimants win
Fortv. 'summrMlh5 .l.' firth the f;act. on which their claims
I n,"*rr stated<< to the nmrt thatI commissioners fnrsrtlleingclaimsii the best essay on their causes, na- .... f mded. in the form of
heads of Aim-man tlncrthrt a petition or
i v'tr the had tal.en ane nnUa cc, in that the Florida treaty,for turr. mode of treatment, tec. !#.. .r-ar. and accompany the same with,
laer
were first aaV.rtl from ; f ate' in itnv r Jfx. nutations on American con *l he essays will be submitted to ,nuns taken before some justice of

% >"'& trance," anti melt return has MI. m '"- )prat ei In tilr uludl lid ;eau user r, hair been for some time s vm the decision of not less than four tl. ; :ace, or judc-al officer of this tern-

f brought an incrraar of their .l...p. ....... 4ously t mpl'itnl IH hrarinff trstitaoHy I rrspr*table phyisrian ; and in order d ton.'m. car, "h with", .&copies autNaatitat..t.of records If or thetle other< s

in
ptwss "'American Cnuvtitution. II' Hilr\ '.
testy and _the h- I M I J', %i-trr'rthrmalnhEI cfIIr4...* tori alter a...f'I.lhC"l01'! ';: user to forward their essay; unsigned [ before some judicial officer, with a
." Ned' I'crrttorits slay wh..... arid the proper certificate of his official character.
me with the drlr.d Jhrt i &Miag ground insuring accompanied by a sealed hole,
been since added to the IlrpuMic: i that he fell .....t.d tw drlirrr hrt ti..,.r.t tiofiitirtit corresponding w ith containing their name and ad II. M. Hrackenridge,

and the light and life of trf.uMi ?niberty J'fl"ft1.'r osier to thr cruet Sri.1J"'llhht tt,.- ''!j-n appr*pnati d. A more dress. Judge Sup'r Court W. F.

; thus imparted to additional i : bj ,._#etrhi W )ti... i i in j*.!!..* Itoard of rommissuinershN Thr 'tn ,\ful."ay wilt fie published June L 1823-
ni1lr frrltng' : I *".M f re. :% anti is. welaM in the American MrdiralRrrordr
tluwvaiui *!*>' the I ire M as w ifli.. t > enter iairh held ponit Salt.

bit. t. inspired our fim-fathrrs ,I rrsil, .. .......d'o+ S. .. him. Ir'I..ff if t'. r orrmrncr bust :and ait is drsrrablr .That well known ,
of thi ir until the connor tliesti1j '\i'tiNi. I'" -%, mr i:-i ', t.. 'Net't acini iMiirnl << ;I
in the heroic .. % i,*i s, ,*i. tn the title of taria'n for rommunira-
the ; -Jt : .. tlir %..Hjrr|" I -t+ ldno .tt Jarmary I Sit, Thirty-li 7 miles from Hermcola, with __ t
<<.'-, ever tiH' rrr tu arm o""rtturti to this amk.Mr ar ..... f a" t., I....! m the"trr1.. trcros'pntt paid; to the publisher, he nrht,title intenr.t8ie. of'the subtcn-

and glow in the t o orm of. tin itons i ant.rmtnt--die pud... *.*h ad. .4t I V t "j.'i '. r tf.,,,,,-*rd the will tir receive untill the 15thN ber, with about forty acres of bnd, under 'i

s?>d ma*' thr umr sun AT- '. I. -1 .rfar sgnffd "f qtr. '..udri !test 1Ita,.,.'iahr t.f''se ,Mo.ihr'eause. ..*nnHrr next.Vhrladrlphta jp-*l fenrr, new under cultivation and

rhrfbt'n tlu riful t*"t standardof I t i ....Jtr: "J," ('. 1\..,.,. :.w& I b at.t one th' h'.* r. lat s / t.rff ...,....lda.1hr..t1. May 3d, 1421. well faptnl to the culture of rice and
.%, ....... ti. !..t'H' will Iattr I', i Lditors 'al' Journals and Cfttton TCHTM kno aby application to
ul'1hrtran.i
UepuSiic shall wasp :Jot tri- t ,b.'d 1 1 l"tH 'kirs n"hr the ..tb,cnber. ,
,tat' a'Ht } tj..l...:. $.ii Thal is d'tt. _rrttI. otdat.*.. Lf kt.. .. &asl..Axt Xrwsjjaprrs, friendly to the promttion Joel .\M'David.

umpbitt Qttr prt.tratr ., ..;..1.."I f.f ;,6 ti,f, IJ ittl ,... ",., .Jt .5 ji"t s, *4 f,.<, i% en-'rely toa ..Medical I St; rncr. will" June 23-Jt
: mouldering iIi.ne' ff all tlw Yurht'des ,neSrt ,7'. i.I %. r.*..tti t., *rs"i.*r"t |i*,fv *fs.r I. plrasr ifitr thr atatr :an insertion i

andiraandrrs in theunts'e tMr Hir* '.., .'f"1 "i"1 t.r. *.' till m
"e. I !,rr fat% a 4'tt..I'. "">raatsat SI'Y.1; ti.. n.-.... v. .,..: tKr tfaiar.j /I ,', fr*.*x .1f.tr*;**' f.. Jw > A HAM{) M. RIOBOO.tirtue d

- ----. -.,- .- :. fl.i ..... 1W 't aa.r lred i1y .t 1-1'" .t .i: '*, .ta i ; r irt,her ivy t ash 1111: .I* un \S. \1.\lU1" r untie of tu. U'cntton I shall pro.creel -

'rkCirrtky t :, '$.rr.ul.-It.Ji..t'. a *. i anger I o a.Si mf >tlksl'dr'.thrwarr"tt.";;' jfl-I Ii I ''' n . .r t .* a :rf nwSiSiiiBal poet I -If ... ....... a tM Vfwi ant trtrtMr to sell at auction for cash on Sa-
us lirjrt-f pleasure to amtwificr i Iii't %(r <,", .. "? ,* |"rte a'i-+..r f.... rmi N'held:' ..,. ......s,.... .1.. yr tM" (the t..rtI.t, the l-ithdir of July next at 12
1, ..'t . f_ .rneratotit.t' I epar.at. soarers Mk f* l*.r fttftr' t.f their o'dnrk. at < oJhm Hotel m thu city, 800
and brilliant
the hte rt'1K'ktrcl Stotctksr i" t. "
rt tt mat "
t ds ; ,
t at.i.rr 'I. .. : Autry .itlwtt t"f trr.YbIsag their sr.1. r. 111ft'''' nf bad Mttufrd on Bayou Gmem
of the I'prt'.rd srt s lttattt Ii, J( .......""'tr ......hit. at.""":", _, tP ft 1I -.1. ..F... , I'. .. .wlt .at. : car nJ.awt.rac tl.ul' ,....._tbtrrMir.K ab. *tly,.".*" |the land of Pedro Sews,
.
I r .. tC4tii..; a.,- i r t* .' in1bst''tN..o .." 4rhber- ..trd V
.zed woMr (irrrks.-They: jvtsil'Irlril t rtA rflr. 1v54 ** 'h.'rNr tslasg.r with s fr) icente Vcmirulci .Kaxeiroan
aps..r| w I ..a a r e vninaa/t b S. ...ta ": ', I' .. '. =yes: .: .!14.k .1.1' h ate .....1iP. J. ....erraee. as of-.rot Ih.Aityhs r..n"r jr.l to .a+,! Hioboo, taken 1t hit propert .
rnilf revolted. to "tomjuer irdn t4s'ttN.tlr ..'ia11 ....*ij... .t. : .. '. .. .- ,' t. .I lint. ,Lt's. .t '.... J. 1at..r.1 theta ,t' s sap.. / to sati'f1 tbl exrcttUon.W. .

-to die or,*>f f: s r," an J mss its'a\ t a e'r t. hot aitrtiil at dw c..w.. .. '. '.. . .. . .d, of t *.fft. ..6"J . .i.. ItgCse t .... .., .CUHo (.rceks. Davidson,

Ptl stand by the right in t',i* *irt- 1." t kr t.lt. tt'ttiatltflll.' .- s n. 1 y r .. ,. .'t ...,a..I,, "I 'U e't/Sps.i the C..ca hwN SA'jf. & Cy.
.
'. If, .. ..1' 'f ; ,. aitrrt.. ** f..-f. r.ra"nh .$r..al. 1M Rater :-hcn TSUE1UVV. Offict. PctiiuolaJunr .-cJ
test brtwtrn thr z"r"oJrIn'' ( 1 n'.rtat ....\IT .. ... i ...
..
..t
t 11. .l i i lirt atli 4 hia'.rdl.
.
.-"d-i( it.. tWitI' t...a'tar I . .. .1( an*! .* *
ltl.3ilrsn h
the HT3 .I.d thl /tr' r.t "
. : \ i CME I* aF4I S**** .1LE.
ht tr... ... iLaaatl : .. ,.; gaU' .
tt
tea .
f'\I;: ,
of the Murra, 'h.tJr.uc saris t era r.1nitr as ,",.+ ", ,.',t.. .. . h i' I .t.f''. t1 tor I 1aI ... ..Si' r ..... t ......... art QMi.ers. Campbell nr. heeler and a).

tf thcsirts of atKitnt t.rrrrrV. .., t". 1Wtr.I ...*, h. .M e..r tit I......... ...w|.r"4 .*.. s p \ virtue of thus eiccntxm I hall pro-
s artt't t:1 d .. ., ,....... ..". ...,.. ..uCf'r4to II at auction Jot cub Sit
shall jjratfy cur rr.H.''''' m flU"f.'xt. t ...4o. . It a.cal vas' 11 her\ tr iw :2'+rr !'tot t II. 'tIC oo
"ilt la
.u t i' pews. wt ttaat 1 111 II ...... 'mby the 5th of July nest at 12: o'clock
.. with ttV: a'rura'r Irttrr ol it.'t has. r" iclts sat I. t.... J." a' a. 'c,. t......l lrif hn.b' I : .t (,edLa. Ifotrl m tit. titr, a nrrro nan

the patriot Ctrtek.: l.u' % iuttitand it I .1 f'ct \IJ.--, ". 4 ... mgAtt .an !. .. !...- s tit the twaroi bt N .'rr ." 'ptler.t. . rs! s''ry .w "AmfltU4r'4bM, taken ai the property
i .... ...... 1..r .. .. "o of UM dcfcnJebt rail .
dust .... r'st h "h\ Cft. . ..... f..M iI''" to rttcuUon.V.
Gannrrtlr inc ortec to hopr out ? J. i'e't IPllplfu4i of a
;
t '1 ; 1:1: is h "f.J in ,tlir i nisf ... -trfit..%a* I* l*.ft...* teens. \ Ia\id ht dtspjsd t',, sratr, 'r. >rl ... al1r4|; d (...., I 1' ,
1uctrtetnent luay tt.th dKtI t. ta....tl heel tl tIIu '
yens
.* *.
Ila' t 1.a' t t n.r. bad nrlrrof ..... 1t"h.'liuh tn1 9. anal tg Jtf..W is KM. Cy

sauce to the wishes of rrnant ; .' "'rd. ii wit h" 1 t hash If..* tin ''Limits...t.rrs Mill c ..nsitin . i.,.1.,. weP ,taM.t( viva t'.t' ttass, -j*r'\f. : icc, 1'C'nucoJ., June 2S--tl
Satin, rr1uWics'I red *-. am l .11 'r l.iids a.'tar ,t't ,'''' ... ,
; I I .", H tfh ,. --.Mt had ., br f | .. .I 'a t'! e vs.t : Second Notice.OS' .
.fiord prompt!*.' to the vr s uf hb"" rYa.iit. d 1It.. bw.'t. the ._ e..s 1..1 its.t t..*rd V.ktt Ylets/. ,......,.... I I ,*.l .H.f It.'hxsgbaritat.' $Itsau'" isrte the firtt Ur of aii 'it nest New

tray in Gr(; 'q', such aid as wr err 1 I et', f tla'f," '. 1srrtrnt.elata"J.1, . "illl .,.1.. t. :'t 'at J>raur l"r,1 K'- j I I.. 'w fl.. It- &'uri"-. ,hn In tlllim & Robert Mitchell

witt and gaud : ; u't".I t&b3 ,dt1 (, t..t ti,. ft.*- ."*'jr, t .,( tl.rsr si ml ... will Mt to auiLl the accounts funst thee "
justice pub<< s rr n l to tfcr f* ..... h'" r J .... a..1 .
del to them and such at it i% .>ui. r" n..s t r rdrra. a t'ttk", trf.tu .:' ..f, r..rluat ",prhoUs ate ItMKlbar I" ,......1 thesl' like ..*'{. b1.r .*.. .tAtv fart:. It. Forter JecM, by .hacta time.
, .
.tl ...n..ntt to file th
I'ac.e."tt
are
requested
I"r tA. .shoal r . .1 tare t1.1.ms.sat'Iit W h.?,' .r U duty to If'\to-. rrtopieTxlart cither with the auditors or mllf'1l."It
'be1Vti' held!\ J"l.rr t"t 'fln ani a..t'- Uf mtft that tw .! .. JwIV
tali ""' altosatru *dentteiiJ t ill be paM! oo that day.
Ti HtlLa-n /'. .\tn* /u"A ,; / f.', .' ,1'.. 4tpe' u .. 'rr a %miII ,/. r + .. ,,1 I' A t to I' art .. .. i+ti D"srdi.4 ai t ...do tl'te...opes's Hiatt. Tim. J. \''y tIu, Jtllfl'r.
f& Ihttnrt llrii rr.,4u '. the ..t fur mote
/ . shall t.+. prisriltii'd to b tlli t' g.telnnse a 4o, bale the hits pet1 fi/IIIjf. of C. B, Foster decued.Jtmr .
Sill-Wlirn latlr men !*<'+ lmf''. W1ltT..nr.. ,,lrNt-itaa' :& .t.4 r4't t ,'f"t.b.m.. It t.. Ii..we.rr.l .lad Mar ....,... .....1. ..... If.- r.rt.Ie" ::s.

ohjectt of notice to the guar, i I l C,.'...,.", r. oj" >.f' asrnsi,r claims. surli att*- ., .,.t. M b.ul .I.\t.

would swam to tat a duty in< u'aat..1 : A IS.rt." is tub t J't ats...1:fti.s'. r* ., .,f Ianin dr Hosttn, Vargaattl Corporation of Pen ocola.7i111C .

OH them, to ar know Ird;:f the fa. debt, an "ul. iitj.Mi ilr tatpwra, ita it trLe lie .\I.r some oil. 1)10-5 l1w.ask'J.....1.ft"t.r.IUWft'sib t tfM'lblla., siIstr te..Are Qru..YIJr& ks.raaraea will
from the
a enforcrtl 1st
whither rrluctaorr .. ... h ,,U your ;. thrj A H mds fciwvelfformer. a ail !% t upon nut the dotard rredsfd theItar'an tire, therefore ,t.. prohibited to and
fret in brio ed fear .. del... lir ....sr if the title.sir any
might i; dnJ; n I ltatfla'Nrn It"". :, wtt" u' I'nr the sun- ef lshrrty' e*err lay rt n, to go on board of any vessel
the ,hacks t,( dumatltt ubtruritt. I 1{i'.s1 1 Irk rrastutrrrr, ; .os::._ td4r.,._..,........_...w I. I.. + y:ttii rtt. .rtttaht s(rlNt tr1I tutC""i this port until thehealth officer
and, exposed to the glare, of publicnotoriety. .ctK"f tit .r a dr.f, HI at'" t I.Iris. ..'rf rail imn.**di..t* It.. corn* 1.1 Mill .its.-t t..... tbrir pats. sro.,1 make his report to the bo&rtl..OD pain of
: .. .., r, |obese as nil fM up) In1. -eat .Nth lsrtsa.t he.ttrclb.r trtn : pnwecutrd accordi pr to the Law.
I'U- a> kti" '" l ..en tiitntrff m fe. in- tri nrr44 .... a "ntlPf'w tnsl r
It has tome-times !hapjn tar4tbat. t h"'d 1i. .1 era :. t I" r M t/h a V"1f aliNg iltlcst. I s.IMr.,1 thtir tnr deatW P. Alba..lcli.sj.11oy.r .

persons thus drawn forth, hay" IM I' :A ltrgbiarata...' tall -*'y Sr taitfn '. . tut '" *'iU a.t s rnt.trnv. \ ,av.. pr, rear.

sunbeams of ofTiriul ohsrrat, ahu" dub rraahihaiitrta, I'I I.t .. a"rd , .%.- iraU? wifl" ht ..nsn'd' taftW..to the (sell. star- tht: 1m.

have become 'rou'I...,,",** ftjrr,1, ; hotitftnaf fir tairu .hellrirrt I nrr...'''' end .I I."' .... .J.r t.,IIt' Iraa"I ; rt..wC'. nrrtttnrVttn. ASSIZE. OF BltJ. AD. .
i ........ 1aII\ ,t'ICI-I.
i .yet Ne'sparan
to their p.trfJtjhfJuld this w h. .. tio .rtt.trtr / KlNFOUMAHLV the Ordinance of
Jarred tI.., 1..u theta tisat a1'tr.. ttiai.i U, I. | /h at ..s.u b.n'e
a case of that kind, I trust your ; fin tinjin ....... ..t *'%. .*.. t. i*. 'hrse f,.*rser en-pi ...,- +- "- _- i \ the Hoard of Aldermenof the 11th of
I t.jHNr4t |g "It. .... ..,_ |* Last, Ute s eight of the bin bf'or
dw bnury
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i ood nature will take, it iutotonjderatiun 4 ut. tQ ihr -. art .at'M .t in I '/> arrrs=- ;
Hits hrrlahtatyWrIt. ..bgt.......... u.r\-: /..", brei tubedcLtrrrdbr the baker shall
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that the suhjrrt uf}ouiattention :: wrrr .t..rr i
is a plain men ; WH,]|* i ".1\1' < "'tMir awl the jsdrdd I ati"i.s h vr ban m.dr. settler 1W c..nlf"1 I'M' awl *the wrthmr m.tf hful btmvn thorns wcurtly, Peter Alba,

devoted tQ"1.il own concerns inlermtddling ter lly iatt or to snake lauuodPt'. iwt out, 1nart.lun had, read U'gK Y;. tli. taw ......m'.dr as'y.e4isK \tt"a Mjfor pro tern;
with no buds, business stami it, or j"eu base wilfully and hat tMtri r ut. hue s '...!, an I ff :.ri.cr on the mwni.llttl II May JUt 1s:1..1I.11SDAL'S._
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but his own, .hating aslawlrr- rnalit lousljr tiitsrrprrsrntrd theasr torn plaHtrd.-"i hr legality: ol these w r*t grin, M Ha*trs" the fairest SALK.BY
**r as tae hates a snakr he thetf.fore !* takr these *W."wn\. far from be In |1' r ov .rr.th liar sachet, rsJT9f.Nk".t .
-, MI .atr rlrfintc" tft unprutectrtl on tin riMad.trcmJ.. virtue of a writ of Jm f ac ss issue J
hUt hitherto, been permittedto It' *ir_ *.siefl. Mill He gladlv con "
wlihfi liorn tX tern fliirrfiria )ou g | 1 be \.cbru cA'\I; rp'.un trim the clerk office of the superior .
glide down the current otirur, think jirj-f'r 'I la .MioIr of sour I firmed by list tnitrd htatrs. for it court of U"e.t .Florida to me directed I

unnoticed, and to the public, un untwrr I runnier to IK* regua1ly is an impurtant strji and riatnplrtorutrrprixc .llas' tsnw 'hfto..t,. pthJ.. khailcspoM at public ,Auction and will
known. rnistatni with for Clause base! rr- for others and must their birth o1..cuJ.. tltn"s:low a ell to the highest bidder for cash, on
In thus approaching hr feels c. tt'cf. but tltos* hair thrrrimplicalrdt hate A tmdrnry to increase tier NO hand hi C.alt etr, .10th.tat cbtnsh. Tuesday M Hay of July next the following .
"UU <>r guard them (runs sppnwchinjfTltr con property m this city, vie.
the more embarrassment, from a talsrruf loch lands as will br rrtertrd
are spry able to answer gnat.sib hurttjr ,imlr. &hcrdksy One valuable'Lot
Kuowledee, that in the wholr you if tier) think it orth j jtlu.ir to the Ju rrnmc..t.I U i'h vile ....,,,.. tilt times snit ntiJks4 with the building thrrcon nns,Utinf oft
'oursc of your prosecuting carrrr, :&tlr't1iunInth I do Ia'urt'l I To render Florida valuable to Tre,lat o'rf the Ink inlets bed, so dwelling houses sat out buildings

she innocrnt alone have tufTr.red. >ou should tt. were you as "rlli this country, liberal measures AIM math them ncith their haughty in rood reju r. the amt being situated

and not one criminal by your rare 'nveon abroad as you arc in 1'cnsa- must adopted to induce cititrn trra.1 I'YTIIIAH. im s.ar.ro" street* and numbered in the
*i'>ns, has been convicted. This cob to emigrate and settle in that fine - -"- plan 01 the City, sia, aeitrtl a* the pro-
a'C': are n, rfT* JUi/y cotnprlled' topoUftottc '. of Juan Mirurl de brad!:. and will
'< acknowledge to be adicircumstance. and most librral CODatructiun perto
) ju must > JOHN LI:I: WILLIAMS, territory, a
the pnbhcativn of.c'crst artKlrs be fold to s.tiJJ a debt due to Juaeph IUCarotaAappcMsofrreonl '
fourigist; ; must be given to );rants -The liUes to
It .tr.rd for the U. S. for land. It is thr ."I".If'11' fur twLy'r ptptrtSHERIFFS I the office
was If"itistr. rLoniuu. and claims - .'- - - -_.. ----- I the sad property Can be seen at
of the I), of \V. F. exercising, or, JdittH I'.Llurt -t h.,r ale.l.latcnof sovereignty or the soil and not the i .-'the keeper of the public arehive-. le

Wishing; to i x. rcit', all the power* the opinion that it is as much 1 soil itself Inch is of importance SALE. to tale place on the prc Wc.at 11 clock

*.r tic Kim;'* Attorney (Jeneral in 1 I the province of m well$ ronduitri to the Unitrd Statrt. If Cuba I: t'. Steel *.. l 'muel Hruer A. M. D&. J. WY SIAM, D. M.

England, to tall me (rum repose, press to lash the sires, as to commemorate 1 passes Into other hands, and the fly) virtue ttclitvrvil/a writ, from of the Fieri honorable Fiche the tome Cur W. Sebree,
and ei.hi.ut to the in the the \inure of the the Spanish Main the
me public age. powers in tipenor court car the etmnty of E.e mbi intlir 4\1llrIaIlIU" '
very flattering attitude of. Magistrate That yours ha always Ircn fuund West India islands and on the Temtorv of Honda shall proceed to June 31, 1KB.- 2t-_
wilfully guilt of mal-prac- acting up to the strictest principles borders of the Gulf of Mexico, Ml fur ca.hon U'c.lucUthe23cli m t.
tier, for the purpose of releasing, of rectitude I have no doubt shall: become troublesome and between the hours of 13 and 3 c'clock. at WATCHES.
10 must the llig StlHn.ro., Chocu.hatch et mtheCuunty fl-tIT.pt .*bo.e watches were left
the
character of an Attorney, a bring fully of that persuasion I dangrrout to this country we lta.1'"rrit.Ufc'e
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of Jackaon. 1 with Mr. Joseph Dunce to be repair
prisoner, from the custody of tatIra" .have taken the liberty to animadvtrt look to Florida for such physical aid, a nerto roan named Chants, aged a- ed before hi. departure for the tsoct ,are
hat on the conduct cf certain resources at may be required for a bunt twenty year.. ,taken as the propertyof hereby informed that they on obtain
If this who defence and ; the defendant, to satisfy said exrcutvoa.W. I the atare of TWIT
charge were true, 1 oughtto youths >clt-pl gentlemen aaily I general protection them, by applying
to held up to the public, In/a. assemble at a certain rrort for, and it h.of all other possessions of . I. Lofliu, 811. i iJeU. c11 BI.I. &, WAT30Najidp tLeex-

moue as the District Attorney him idlers in this city, to amusr thrrn I the United States the most important .... ... J' percerf repair, J..c 51.1321-::.

tlf-more were onnccetbary. selves at what they call fkIn.r liar lo have hardy and entreprh-i, lihwt R. Offer lath Janr l-Ci- toe



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I can 'be more affecting f At that of appearnacr, of manner, from !cruel.. paintingi and hystcricks Ming hand her lips moved as if
t !),rl].; W ),!\" simpe! but must solemn consignment the rustic society to .hlcbshe jl I had at first shaken hrr tender I she spoke, but no sound was artictj.
AIJ Q accustomed that frame<< and were succeeded by tated-she looked
of the body to tht'1"ularth &\ had been elevat-,( down upon him
: . ++ "II..1t 11.t't tr hff 1 f iat'l thr, fair *'- to rarth-ashts to ihe.- rd him in her opinion. She would a settled and pining melancholy.She with :an expression of unutterabU
The folio wing are the words of the papular charmed and I I had beheld from her windowthe tenderness and
air under thr ahote title, which it xunwith dust to dust'! the tear of the listen to him with car I dOled her ryes
great effect, by Mr*. Ilolman, The youthful companions of the deceased downcast look of mute delight, march of the departing troops. 1 forever.
wonU arc ci-.*rdnglr; pretty, and we flowed unrestrained. The and her cheek would mantle with I 1 She had seen her faithless love I It Such are the particulars which
leant were" written t'y K lady in that city, father still struggled with his feelings enthusiasm ; or if sir* ventured ashy I t| home off, a) in triumph, amidstthe I I gathered of this village story. I
one who has a grcat.n.rr, (If poetic talent and to comfort himself with glunce of timed admiration, it sound of drum and trumpet, have passed through the place
'J ... nn a great l fthatU share not of unfre nmcity.jti ntly its The attend mutic toby ', the assurance, that the dead are "at as quickly withdrawn, and !!t and the pomp of arms. She strained since, and visited the church again

I, .: Gilbert, who.tfioufh, born abmul.owe blessed which die in the Lord ; she would sigh and blush at the a last aching gaze after him, asa from a better motive than mere
: '. his musical accjuireMenU and great t*-te hut the mother only thought other idea of her comparative un"orlhi-I the morning sun glittered about curiosity. It was a wintry even
a to tai Cimnty consequently} the 'OHJ t; child as a flower of the field, cut ness. his I f figure, and his plume waved ing ; the tree were stripped of
to and dwell mic..re both this sub American.Vr jcct. The like I' down und withered! in the midst of HerloteT was equally impassioned : ,a in the breeze : he passed away their foilage ; the church yard

; upon by Mubom, ilrnsdw.y. aoJ SONJCpuHlishetl will its sweetness ; she was like Rachel, ; but his passion was mingledwith : like a bright vision from her sight. looked naked and mournful, and
f: have a great run.-vV. 1* A if. Jft*. "mourning over her children feeling of a coarser nature. I and left her all in darkness.It the wind rustled coldly throughthe
4 ;i TO I.H'I':. would not he comforted.* lie had begun the connexion: in would br: trite to dwell on the city grass. Evergeens, how.
t !, '. I I left thee here I found tbee 1.nvc.Thron'd On returning: to the inn I learnt levity ; for he had often heard his I (particular of her after story. It ever, had been planted about the
gaily in thou laughin! rlf" deceased. oflif boast of their tillage like other tale of l love mel of the
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: ,Tuert folly to hare bound dare, le+sr. the whole story of the brother er% was grave village favourite and
,. For Lore looks lot'chest a Mile h* Hit < It was a simple one, and tuck as conquests, and thought some ancholy. She avoided, society osiers were bent over it to keep
has often been told. She had been triumph of the kind necessary to and wandered out alone in the the turf uninjured. The church
; .:'r'' 'T*,'a, aft,best to )cat c thee l.m.at. the beauty and pride of the village. his reputation a* a man: of spirit( walk, she had most frequented door was ppt'n and I stepped In.
.. Fur flight' may end both hoj.e.l/nr and I(team. IIrr father had once been an opulent Hut he was: too fun of youthful with hrr lover. She sought* like There hung the chaplet of fower ,
I did not with tn thre, ,
For Lo c', rcn|grieve.tle.., when in tiara.I farmer, hut was minted in fertour. J Ii, heart had not yet the stricken deer, to wrap ,un +,- and the gloves, as on the day
circumstance! This was an only been rendered sufficiently cold and fence and loneliness, and hrotjd over of the funeral ; the flowers wer
1, At distance I may view thee, l.n\r, child, and brought up entirely at selfish by a wandering and a di\i- the barbed sorrow that rankled withered, it i is true, but care seemed
{ t UnchcekM,''' Uitcet, ,milT ", fh\ home, in the simplicity of rural paled life : it caught fire from the in her \oul. v,ewoud! sometimes to hay been taken that no dost
TJu"ulid''not tire*m I kne th r, Line.
, ,o'Lpp'dinfri'nht.il.I'crd' +n-'' life. She had been the pupil of serf flame sought to kindle i be seen sitting >t. the bench>> of the should soil heir whiteness. I hate
the sillagr pastor, the favourite ant before he was: aware of the village church laic of in evening ; seen many monuments, where art
' So splendid .shrinr malct<-c, I err. lamb of his little (flork. The nature of his situation, he became and the milkmaids, retiming from has!' exbauted its powers to awakenthe
trh") 'preemie hallowed (%,.r> _pnt.No .. good' man watcher! o erbcrr.lu- really in love. the itrld. would' now and thru hear sympathy of the spectator, butI

: For kind Lorv't f.t.wt-III last luck bade it tlirrjar.nt'ct furut..r. ration with paternal rare ; i1 was What was he to do ? There her<< voice singing some plaintive have met with none that spoke
: .' f --. ....-.,.. limited and suitable to the spherein were the old obstacle which. sin ditty in the hawthorn walk 'the more, touchingly to my heart, than
a lYom the Siketrh Iic.#k, Ni. ,. which she was ti. mote, for he incessantly occur in these heedless betame fervent in h devotions at this! simple but delicate memento
J The Pride of the Vill.t-r. only sought to make her an ornament attachments. IIi, rank in life- church k as the old people 'saw her of departed innocence.

t In the course of an excursion in to her station in life, not to the prejudices of tilled connexions approach: *n wasted awayyet with AAKON
'. one of the remote counties of England raise her abote it. The lender- -his dependanee upon a p-ou.I hectic bloom, and that; hallowed air The BURR.
: of her and father all forbad which diffuses round folloMMug portrait of this
: 1 had struck into one of those ness am indulgenrc parents unyielding melancholy
cross roads that lead through the and the exemption from all him to think of m..tru..nJ.ut the from they would. make way for 'once distinguished from personage, is
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more secluded parts of the country ordinary occupation, hd fostered when he looted down upon this her, as for something spiritual arid copied. He a work live recently published
I and stopped one afternoon at a natural 1 grace and deltrary! innocent bring 4\4' tender and t'o'1. looking after her, would shake the interior now of in obscurity
NewYork."The
a village, the situation of n hi<"hwa of character, hat arnmled with fidmt; tJrreu a purity in her their heads in gloomy foreboding in Cxsir of .
beautifully rural and retired. the fragile; loi elrness ..flttr form manners a hlamelrs.itess in her She felt a conviction that !she was America-the
1'' There was an air of primitive simplicity She appeared like some lender life, and a hester king modesty in hastening to liar tomb but looked most of astonishing his : :and dangerousman
about its inhabitant, not plant of the garden, blooming; her looks, that a.rd down every I fftwardUMt :as a plate of rest. The age ; :a man that infused
"'" tu be fuutiil in tic; tillage whit h 1, cidentalh amid the hardier natisesof licentious frelif< In vain did he titter cord that had bound her to his own rebellious and fiery spirit
lie on the great coach roads. 1 the titc!\. irt to fortify h.,"....If. hy a thousand I existence was loosed, .and there into every thing, material or
I The of her-harms beartte. of of I I seemed be immaterial lt with which be came
determined to past the night' tlirrri superiority e4tftf.lr mm to n'i more pleasure under
'and having taken: an earls d;nnt,t Mss' frit and 'I\no"Irdf.t"CII.y. her fashion, and **i -e hill the (*law ", I She sun. If ever her gentle in contact ; a man tr/to :cit oouf
strolled out to crtjot' UK iieighboi I companions, but without ants, fort genernu 'rrttimrnt. with that coldderisise (1, bosom had entertained resentmentagainst warringrraiorc, tampering: with
j the bravest and hearts of
ing scenery.My | they wfre surpassed by the una- I..ih i ith which he It. her lover, it was extinguished. stoutest .a
ramble, as is usually the| turning gentleness, awl winning beard them talk of f..kheur. .. She was lncdpable of all our country-in the high: of
case with travellers soon 'led me t kindness her manner*. II might wheo set h* :aiue in t."r pre encr. t "h;;r1 passions, and in a momenttufaddrnrttrndetncsa heaven, vith an au.Iacity! unlike *-
to the church, which stood at :a be truls2id' of her shr wa %till surrounded lr thatin I she penned ny thing, c.ee seen before in the
little distance from the tillage-, Indeed M1'L." i. the pre\.....t /ls.tsris' ...., that *,Mr r!.,_!% Hut 'p.'IU' charm" him a farewell letter. It was history of disaffection ; setting oar
it was an object of some curiosity tie f I nf 'ir v. paean;. in which IM guiltv touched in the simplest language. ; laws at 1.1ntr-mockinJ a*, our
(UnIlgt oPr d. r'1'1Iea2d ....#... she : strength-doing that, which now
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its old ,lower bring completely : tic* ,-t.r.an lite.ri Hut tour hint* from its very simplicity. i
dot a r.r'e"lal<. j, .. the: has failed; in it, has bt.cn called
overrun with ity, so that ''rnsf'\ .r .A.4.. ... .sealer d.." I ..- "u'* !. n rrtal of orders fur She told hint that she wits I
only here and there fa jutting but '.1sdlt *h* re.;ifi..-n' it, r''-"a" t., the *..b. Id" .};. ASM did not conceal from I,madness! yet for which, all the talent
tress, fin angle of Jr4&)' wall, or a 'ft*.,.twblt fr cites fl***.** I I' '.t., ... r.rwj,!r-, ,t mr f ...ru,"*, of him that his conduct was the cau,,,. and learning, and power cf
fantastically carted ornament,' 1 IMP tillae WK' > MW tf tLsr j jI I I h.% i it.1 II.. r' m.in-d fur as the eten depicted the suffering !the cuuutry, were' unable to punk!
prcrcd through the vtnlant cotering. .q."rf"l spurs. thsse h -'iii %* tart tnwn %tjf.- e.f lltr mot she had experienced but him! A man that poured his spirit
It was a loins rsenint--I tame WIn cstice4' .4-i i iii ...h'uatmms. I'.1'.-"f..1f.I''t'n h r h'sitardis. concluded with saying that she of revolt, like a flood of fire into
The early! part of the day hud Lien It haiilii+itsital'stiss j I ., tOittiHnif.tr tier udlfl.;t. Mft'll cwuM not die In peace until she every heart: that he came near.-
dark and! showery., but in the .afternoon and bylytiay yta's..m.'s, ....4 far ;.' I I tsar das (>,r matt hm< "a.. at han i had sent him her lorgucnes* :and [disturbing the oldest and mist
ilhadcleat] ; u", and though up 'oatIC faith .... is at% r .,f t r ,L I w !.%.. !.* i 4r Ner t"1 mlrii ae..f. ntli her .letting.egtre. 'cautious of our veterans, one, that
sullen clouds still bung overhead, attr.r Jt'tft8aar rater 4ll )I.. t h i: *..rv ol i'.f' e'et,*.'1 7 rm 'e. lit .* % her strength decline teemed to put himsel life and name
ti-t there wfcs'a Mood track of .-olden !; one of these .... awHMi.. m '...n t .. .I "I.... idea of parting i*.. I ... err I rd. and she could no longer 'leave into the power of every hum in
sky in the wet, fries wlm tlltagrTIsad.rareg tUr :Ma* 1 t."t. .. fr ... urrrd tH K..*r I' '.r...krin use cottage She could only totter creature that he approached yt:
the srttinun gU-amrd through rill the green *Si4 W.. A% attire,, -.f j h", *t Ofte" up -n her Jrrti ',f frla.1 1 UP:8 the window, here, proprti with all' this rumens was he ne .:
the drip,..ti& 'leases" and lit up all I Mat t acid rri w..4 .it". tlu..., .,. fII .ty she foukrd UMI it as a sidlrn yp in her chair* it was' her enjwytttent in the power of mortal man u
t nature into a meUutho't uiil '" is'prrsiditig at their sp ,h. ':,. and iriserntouaiaMr et .!. and tw sit all day and took out Wilkinson and Eaton can how.,
F It teemed like: the part tag hour I II attrartrt! ttte Halir& of a Jet"; airy r with the iuileU, \.npfi itV .|..Mft the landscape. Stilt she tit* a man, that suffered the legal 1 wa..
of good Christian, smiling ',n :" '.tTicrr. hnr" r.meltt had rrmeigh- .f.. duld" Hr drew, her thi* trail t..*totiiftla nor imparted to"Wow fJf the whole country to array
the sins a..d sorrows of sic no< ld,|I f 'n")"ltt."C'O CfUIUtrtflit1 in the t,*,%*,m. anal kissed the 'f'tolf'r"',... any. WMT thr malady that wa' prey it,elf! against him-without, tren-
anu imng, iu the seenity of h.s ..: I".mld. lie rrdil" uuhct'I : her sift << h"f'ft'.r del he inertssith iftgnnher heart SM reran'rnmenltunrd tlinJ-afl.1 then jut put out .'
decline an assurance that be wilt, f th.-... 1t') rn.tVe lirr ,nrq.aitrtaf rr, a repuUe, for their are m 0. ker U*,ek :t njnue t.,,! nougb of has own strength, and nu
'f rise again in turr. I.I ail }Mi4 .h I'eutt to her in that talents of mi' tlrd s'nrraw s and ten ,.*)uUi lass tier bead>n here ia.th.-r'i '' inorr acting no jot or tittle of h.i
I ha.d seated" myself on k half- .....tlunJu; way in which irutsg deraess, nhi< h ha ..wetl theiarsses HOMHII ami deep in >.l t. n.r Un ?"''<' r. defeat and shame then
sunken: tonibsli/tic, and >*'.k musing I ofli. t"t'arf" tan apt to trifle a" .lla of aOectiott. ?p. -on ntbraU) pilot 1).1"8" bah, m mute anisets < >t it writ luiraculoui 1 and sint-*

In one is apt to do at this I rustic: slntpltUtl.. impetuous, and I the tight It f ,*....,,; .. user taxi fs traaat ialbawoi '.f iTSrime! nf the Unman.: there l ha.i .
t soberlhuughted hour, on past ] '1'...,.. w as tK.HMM g itt ills ads ant :y apparently! yirldieg m his arms'. thestlwprs.b titl lUiirriu# Pisces, i nr ... '.r. II.a n,4f. upon thf earth
,scenes, and carl) fruwh--ou those I er% t9 startle at altrift. lie rsesrr the confidence of His imwrr. sir %elve% thai it tt*.j.:Hl again h Hh' !>, -" *.> J.liu ('x::4I..r.u.1'* AarvaHurr
who were distant and those who:s jetett i talked uf line ; hat there are her, and the dread of (using hrrfwre freshrrt%, abd 'hate: .t. ii'Chl tin. \\ h\ did hr not succeed i iKe
were dead-atid indulging in that j f mod*'s of making it. sooty el'M| entt 'er, all rm.nph.1 tee 'surf- aithl !*....*.h w|.iit > >uu tim '> e Ij. r..u,. v"uh me ; not as it
kind melancholy! fancying, w" Inch I ?.* l.n u.I"t an l With r.*ntrey it whelm his better feelings-.h. rtured ten. tlt..rJ: h-r th "J. tssigh' **- tear -> t :t!* ;!ie %*-per politicians I of
r has in it suiutthitair sweeter even I I kLihtilfti sad ir. *>..M iitlv 1 tin tl.*> t.. 1'1'- thai she shuubl ,......\.> u f:t'turpMg Health.In t'at'' .1. wht did he urm/l. it ?
!'' 'ii than pleasure. Krery now and I i'.1ri---'n.-ant of (tae ese, the I 1 Irate her hotter, and he the Companion 1 :hiss cram 'aM Matw'm .aa...1..1 II" Isar plat i% urepir than is known
1"9. then the stroke ol a bell from the totir <,f the sour, Stir thousand of his fortune them ot r 'uti..alirr aft(.rnena. .. reM :C'lr greater. Aaron:
of, f .. neighbouring; tower fell! on rny t *.ehdersless hick emanate from He was quite a notice ... %rdu.. hH.U Weir i la'1" d its :h .... Bit r ua neter the man ;u hazard
ear ; its tonei were in unison with 1 the true wod, a' .4 l.. the scene, and instead of jarring, ( --the,e form every rlugrarrnr.f hi% ..wn baseness hut v> miHtceritof the waft air that Male ut. !iru'. .. .t : : 1 h.d bun his ; then who
? t chimed in with my feelings, and it .. l.,sr, and air .tirfy% be felt and mind was his intended, victim i, It tile fraglaMr uf tar CtuttrtiltImnepocktet ; *.uut.I..inte stated the eunqucrur'
!! was some time before I recoils trd, uodert'>od. Nt rtrt'''rdef nbcd.- she at first was at a l loss 5i comprehended that her nun huua"; \\ *u-rr 'could tiic hate entrenched

\ that it must be tolling the knell hit a winder thar they should his meaning ;-and had trained;; r *ut* l the \w infest. t yor'rsre '-Ii* "u other place
ill ; of some new tenant of the tomb readily<< win" a bran' young, ;;utlc. why she should lease her n,,'ur Her father had ji.>i Let'n r.....r- anti bt no other means thaaby en-
i. Presently I saw a fu.icral train less, aid ur.etille : For her, village, :and the humble roof of ing a chapter. in the bible ; it < unsparing yourivltes roun'a.-
f't moving a cross the village green ; she luted almost untonsciotisl) i her parentsVkri list ihenature %pokrofthe>> tantly of worldly | bout bv. a wall of fire You mus
'. i", it wound slowly along a lane, was she scarcely' inquired what ssasthe of his pr |K %aI flaslird upon things :seal! the jots of hcuvm ; it have had sword passing forever
t r. lost, and reappeared through the growing passion: that was' absorbirigrterr her pure mind the ..IT.., t was seemed to have diffused tomfoit :'about yon-and artillery roaring
r ; r' breaks of the hedges until it passed thought and fcelitig, withering. She J"I.....' warp nor alit! 'ft"hity through her bosom. night; and day. Aye one blow I
, the 'tiUce where I.was sitting. or what wri to be its runs qua tires. star did ,...1 break forth mi, re- Her rye woes used on the d.stant ,and! we who now laugh the threat
' I. The pall was supported by young << She indeed, looked not to proarhrs*he aid not a'".rd but village church-the bell had tolled tu scorn, would ha,1'"f'n the Prejident -
': girls, dressed in white end another the future. When lar- sent, his shiurA S.at I k aghast -> (torn a vie fur tier evening srriCt"-lhr i of these United States, the
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a j J about the age of seventeen, looks and words occupied. her pee, sate him a luuV of anguish last villager was lagging into the Consrrss, and all others in aulhonlv -
walked before, bearing a chaplet whole attention when absentshe that [ dritcu into the I'otimiac.
'" ; pierced to bra trey .",,1! andlastiiiig .porch and every thing had sunk ,
1' ,. of white flowers ; a token that the, thought but of what 1 had passed at c her hands in "10"", fled, intu that hallowed stillness peculiar | Hut enough Let .U thank ( unl
I deceased was: a young and unmarried their rerrnt'inters lew She would as if for refuge<< lojhcr fattier to the day of rest. Her [mrcntswerr I that; soldier! and a despot was
I + female. The corpse was followed Ii :wander! with him. Ihrou;'.i the 11rcets cuU.a}'r. I gatingou her with yearning r .blasted. when he w aand not bee
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i by the ,),rerall. They werea lanes and rural srenes ol the tinnay. The officer retiird rorifounded liearts. SickntstSc sorrow which ''licve a) we are apt to, that we Are
venerable couple of the better i I He taught her<< to see nrw hunulated, and rraN'hta"t.| It u pass so roughly oter some fa i t inaccessible."
I order of p :lIa..try. The (at'.i beauties<< in natures he talked: in uncertain what might have been' sirs, had; given tu hrr's the ttpretsion : ------ -
seemed to repress his feel'.tr: ;% ; 'ut the language of polite and cultivate the lesull of the conflict of his feelings of a seraph's A tear tiembledm XOTICK.IN" .
his fixed eye, contracted brow, and life, and breathed into her ear had not his thoughts been>> diverted her soft blue Was pursuance wf the rrnolution u f tte
.. deeply-furrowed countenance, witcheries of romance and poetry. by the hustle of she rye. ' .. ol. Mun,Liy*(''J".I..+;ci IY there
j departure thinking of her faithless l lover .'
Will. hr Krld the inert Ihe.t tiii..aintttritenKreirn *-
showed the struggle that was passing Perhaps there could not have NVw scenesnew and at room
pleasure new" -or *erv herthoughts "
wandering si iI,
ii i within. His wife hung on his bien a passion, between the sexes Companions his that Sunalar
soon dissipated to distant church-yarl, into ...,th" > u f l..ctt .ocalmu'
t I arm, and wept aloud with the convulsive more than this innocrnt 1' self pnrpa..c
purr K>* reproach, and stifled his ten whose" bosom she might soon be sic i at 10i.*(lwk \. '..
f bursts of a mother's *,,r-I( Tae gallant figure of her youthfuladnlirrr | derness. Yet amdist the stir of, gahered. .\ onboard f.r the in+ nittiuu ofchtKlrcn .urb
'! row. the splendour of his military camps, the revelries" of garrisons, Suddenly the clang of hoofs a<. tin)' aRi-iMl" at It u'tlixt Al .
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I followed the funeral into the h array, might at first hare I I array of armies, and even the dinn nit heard, a horu-iiun \1
I church. The bier was placed in charmed her eye ; but it. al not of battle, his thoughts would the Uismounte'1 galloppedto I *..f the purttu-H* of IlitineV r the centre aisle, and the chaplet of these that had rapitvated her sometimes steal back to the .I fore cottage-he be hall past ; oVU'k 1*. M.rriiUniitl .
serve the window
-thr poor girl '; punlian; are re, ".**' white flowers, with a pair of white heart. attachment tad of rural j
something quiet and
village aimplici- cue a faint exclamation atuhunk" sciial 1 the luklmi: asulerttorir cr, tot's:
Y gloves, were hung over the seal in it of idolatry. She looked t>-the while cottage-the footpath back in her chair j--it her aariM.ul.tAt au o'chark I i ai.d th pa'iI Ii,,. "
1. ; which the deceased had occupied. up to him as a being of a superior along the silver brook and up I repentant lover! JJe nnfcei was into the cr..ny uc rC'lpC'c' alt. int'iJ to ..a+ ..J...
a T ; tit Every one knows the soul sub llpec t'l. She felt in his society the hawthorn hedtje, and little tillage house, and fletvi. her to the .....c tj II fC"'..
clasp
: duiug pathos of the funeral service the enthusiasm of a mind natu loitering slung it, leaning on his bosom ; but her wasted from It) uslrr* W IIASKI.I. i.rt .
I ; (lor who has been so fortunate rally delicate and poetical and his arm, and listening lo him with --her death like countenanrr ... era?'.

1 &1 not to follow some one he now first awakened a keen perception eyes, beaming with unconscious wan, ye l so lovely in its _J'. ..+wYd" ....../,, ,Sat.i4. .iris. ', '
4 a has loved to the tomb !1) but when of the beautiful k grand. affection. smote him to the <' *..),.tJrSU1ation'l LU.MBKK.
performed over the remains of innocence Of the sordid distinctions of rank The shock whleji the poor girl threw himself in an ] ui.11\\ ,' -, ,
J and beauty thus laid l low and fortune, she thought nothing had received in the agony 1'Ln4ttWih pIOl"If'kl1un.. c
I'5 ; destruction of I fret. She was ton faint ta I ,. '-....risirbe.liii.
iQ the bloom of existence-uhat it was the difference of intellect, all her ideal world, had indeed been'' she, attempted i"i et,'b.J h,... ris.--I' ., ( .C ('II:,,,. -t', Jr.rr.. .
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