Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: December 4, 1830
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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walked briskly for more than an hour, catch ,requisite, to keep the from were now their pillows. To amend tbe mischief of for a few: wicks : and it was hardly possible

/ lie JiOTr a Montljf J/aa zi. ,/rr fcpf. 1830. ing such hasty views as he( time would allow, on a lee shore until ship driving up- I this terrible disaster was out of the question ; that a sail would not appear in some direction .
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THE DYING ALCHYMIST.The of those objects which appeared most worthy broader expanse of the gulf should uron net, exhausted as all were by cold aud fatigue which might by signals bo called Id
4 of give us was it possible for us even to relief. Other
being treasured for future erect jury- our means of
eight wind with :a desolate moan swept<< by, up, my reminiscences more sea-room. But as the river -vdened, masts while the escape might
storm with such madness be
| of this memorable The the | raged presented. Possibly too, the annt might
spot. sea began to and :
And the oM batten ofthe turret Itnlar run high irregular and
air cool and fury. ISolhiug more could be done return. Or-but all
was enshrouded
bracing did was in fearful
never I I -
Sm.*ti.g ."" their kimgef, and the moon, I cantle, the citadel which crowns the naked : causing violence.tbo ship to roll and pitch win great than to clear the wreck, and leave ourselvesto uncertainty ; and the unwelcome thought
vt rk torn tdftt of the cloud flew put, Night was closing around us ;- the care of
providence, and the of of what condition
our bo
t precipices overlooking the lower town theM the mercy might again stole
above in
&alaDt l the trained and broken hung portentously black the
Strangled pane waves, obedient His the
beautiful which only to control, over unhappy ,
bay but
though a section ofa and group every countenance
that the watchful of death heavy masses; and the h- who
t uppoK'dnei could shield
So dimly eye river; lies apparently embosomed bourhood of islands us from the blast's dread drooped,and a deeper cloud of gloom darkened -
:eucety MM con+rwu* when it went and came. among rendered it ncccuaryloclose
the surrounding heights like a lake, the town reef our sails let anchop onset.With every brow.
go again, the approach of night the had Tbe first
gale exhausted
beneath the was in
or landscape making
fire beneath In crucible low so and lie by for tho
The wa ; o night. And a mst bois in some measure exhausted
its such
Liro d! and f"f'ra.bl.tholl >l I.I. m Le..utirul.lo. imposing, so magnificent. Re terous and frightful it fury, and its temporary arrangements' seemed best
Yttntill! it | night was ; fir, before violence was partially abated but I calculated
Grow insupportable, h* rai od bim*elf !;I turning of to smoke my quarters, as a tbousand dense morning, the ship was found to hare parted could be no diminution of the; horrors as if of there our render it to tolerable mitigate our On misery the ,day rather follow.thanto

hip wasted andirrW lie cod masses came curling and rolling her cables, and was drifting at the of situation
Upon arm I a
mercy new
from the of peril approached with tbe ing, we determined to establish a look...ut,
& diitalt and hen the rod upward chimneys town at the tempest. I will not speak of he
If i/ t." I anxiety fathering darkness. To our further consternation to descry, if possible the sail of
feet breakfast. ship
frit from bin u.i !leM fiitgrn, *nJ hi. *')- patched.my a The usual civilities was between soon dip and terror of the passengers, to say nothingof it was discovered that we had sprung that might bo labouring in this dangerous any

frit faint within it* vocket he shrunk back part- the captain and crew, during this fcarfol a leak, and the,water was making in region. But the
friends been rapidly precaution was vain. The
Upon I.il p.tflt., and .,.it4 ..doutlli" ing hating interchanged, by night. Would to God that tbew had been the hold. Tbo pumps were Intiamij ui...- --- .-..;...-4 ti, .t.icl; ;,> 1 I"act. thrnt
TI wl.nt twche o'clock found myself safely on board the only terrors and sufferings they ned but little effect the it discern
,Mullen a c*r" off death room w cie to : water increased ; atmosphere.rendering impossible to
Prom it* dim corners mockm-lr fate bark I the barque Uranicus, just as the sailors were fated to encounter and of vbich, if my and before midnight it was found that the objects at any considerable distance. The

Ili,,, ranting: breath thclinrnming in the fire beginning to haul her into the stream, to the strength and reason endure, I shall have to preservation of our lives, even for another I floating fragments of ice had increased in the

1UJ. the ditmctne of a knell and when deep sonorous rry of' Yo heave O!' speak, before I conclude this narrative hour, depended upon taking to ihe longboat, northern channel, and readied the send! em,

pi/] the" antique] horolog<<* beat one f By one" o'clock, our vessel began slowlytodrol Morning at length returned, bit the tempest regardless ef the fragments broken ice and extending in the direction of Gaspe, and yet

fir JrrM a phial from brnrath his head, ) down the lJa.)'. It was just at the continued to rage with unaialcd' fury the jet heavy swell of the sea. It was clear further down the gulf toward the MagdaleneIslands

AIM! drain And in*;antly hit lips, romprruril, close of that most beautiful portion of an The sea wore the black und argry aspect' that we could not be many leagues from time I beyond the bounds of our contracted .,

And with a nhuddrr) in IIM skeleton frame American autumn,called the Indian summer. usual in cold weather, and the niters of the eastern part of Anticosti; and the wind, vision ; and the sense of our perilous and

He ro_'' with uprnatnrnl, Mrrofth. and sit The sun imparted: a genial: warmth duringthe Iulfrolie, with each succeeding 'Mast' wave which still swept in a stiff breeze down thru' solitary condition was again quickened by

Jratl.1.l and communed with him+eltJi :- middle: hours of the day ; a thin light alter wave, higher and yet higher, until, the channel between Newfoundland and la- tho ap| alling fact, that in our anxiety about

I i not think to die blue haze yet hung on the verge of the distant heaving up like dark mouruainstheir crests brador, would probably drive the boat thither other matters of more immediate urgency,

landscape| ; the current of air was insuf- broke, and dashed in foaming spay over the -could she live upon the water. A few when cast ashore, we had neglected to haul
T.III! I had fiiii hed what I had to do; !
I thoarhtto pirrre t.off'm\llf'Cr: 1 through ficent to ruflla( the bosom of the waters ; and bows of the ship. The wale's at every clothes, and a small quantity of provisionswere up and secure the boar During the nightit

With tin* m\ mortal ei r ; our sails hung flapping lazily against the pluuqe; congealed instantly upon the riggingand all that the urgency of the case would had been crushed by the heavy driving

mast and rigging. Floating thus quietly and timbers of the vessel, as well as the allow us so take from the ship. In saving messes of ice into a thousand pieces. Thus

I frit-Oh God. it wrmHh r'-n nowThi gently down the stream, min ugieeablc opportunity clothes of the seamen and such of the passen- these, the females ; whose courage and energy eaily vanished our only hope of relief and
death-drw hrow.n
I.e the
*C"Duut on- my ( was afforded for taking one more sur gers as chose to face the danger on deck.- after the first shock produced r>y the rescue, save by succor from abroad. Day

'T, i* m rtiin;. and the old man lay aloneNo "- vry, from the water, of this picturesque city, The consequence was, that the sails and disaster had subsided, gathered strength with followed day, and long and dreary were tho

friend had closed IIM eteluN, and hi. lip. the rugged scenery, and imposing sweep of running rigging were soon rendered unyield- the increase of danger ; were our most nights that intervened, and yet there was no 1

Open and a,hpale th' f"tprf"'Miob "woreOf structures by which it is surrounded. The ing, and of course the ship was nearly un thoughtfnl providers) and most effective as- apparent prospect of relief. The heavens

bi.dathftlrujrjrle.; II'4. long .ih hair lower town is built upon| a long narrow piece I manageable. The sailors, encased as it were sistants. At length, but not till the ship began continued obscured by the snow, which, as

lay on hm. hollow tf'mrlIhin and wild.ery of ground between the river and the base of I I in ice, were soon fatigued and benumbed ; evidently to go down, men, women and the wind rose again into a tempest, wa driven

Ili frame wasted and hi feature the precipitous rocks, upon whose naked and the planks were su slippery, that, with children were hurried, cold and shivering, furiously along, curling& in pillowy wreaths
tvat *wan
summits !stand the castle and' citadel, a? before every, roll, those on deck lust their t feet.Worse .- into the boat, which was cleared from the among the tall pines, whose da'' k brunches
with kit
A pard want.anj i.
: a.
Hit IK nailt ni: Jnrtn Art lithe throe palm mentioned. These rude heights ; the than all, one hardy {fellovt, being sent wreck, and in this forlorn condition! commit- waving in the gale, creaked and moaned in
ft re
Mil '"
p. delightful villages of neat white cottages, in- aloft on some critical point of duty, fell his ted to the wild waves. Just as morning hollow murmurs, like spirits in the air wailing -
Oi the la.t" had him
agony. w run? 11IO" tcrs|'er ed with male elegant mansions, scattered whole length upon the deck, his head striking light was breaking upon us, our boat struck our hapless fate, in antiripation of the .1

The C'orm:1.: raging; lill. The shatters swungSrrram.n thickly upon the margin of the water ; upon the capstan with a force that dashedout upon a sandy beach, on the north eastern last sad and now rapidly approaching catas

:at harshly in the fitful M ind. the grotesque assemblage of houses, of every I his brains, and scattered them in all point of Anticusti, and, from the force of the trophe. Tbe cold increased to such intensity -

Aud all without went on-"* my it trt/7- possible description of the irregular orders I direction A few convulsive movementsof surge, was wedged between masses of ice without, that: our hardiest seamen were
baiii.hisr4Rd It imp* '. artless that hurt of architecture; the 'castle in the air,* hanging I his limbs, a slight quivering of his flesh/ which had been driven ashore in the gale.- unable to sustain their watch in which fruitless *

It bn"t ui:, or has kroirn in its el<<...rr. upon the verge of the pteci ice two hundred and all the bodily sufferings of poor Tom By dint of great exertion,every soul with our service two brave and faithful l fellows:

The' fire beneath the crucible wa ont ; feet above ; the frowning battlements;'I were over. Without shroud or priest or little effects, was safely landed, stiffened with were found stiffened and lifeless on their

Tlie\e*+elt of lass mystic art lay round of cape Diamond beyond, more than a hundred I'I funeral rites, his remains were cast into the cold and exhausted with fatigue. But on posts. Having no means of digging graves,

U.elr,,* and cold at lie ambitious hand feet higher still and the of I back the their remains were cast into tie deep, and
; ranges ] decpnow wrought into a whirlwind of foam, I II looking upon yet angry waters, nota i
That f..ltK>ii.*d them,and the small silver rod, mountains whose dark i I the ofthe survivors froze trick-
crests were now obscured at the same instant, when by a sudden! lurch vestige of the ship could be seen. The tears as they

Familiar t>his tnnch for threescore yenii, by the mist floating in the azure distance of the ship, a starting creak was heard in winds ,yet blew with sufficient violence to led upon their hardy,though sunburnt chrek*

I.,), on th' alembic') rim. at if it still : : all combined to make up a spectacle her trembling limbeis, while heavy surge: madden the waves, which sounded heavily ere they had time to wipe hem away. Thus

Blight ret the elements al its nu-ter'n will of surpassing grandeur and beauty, upon swept' along the deck, and washed away the upon the ear, as they broke on the shore in environed. with a wilderness of sea ;' tho

Aud thtu hat fu+eJ l from its unequal frameA which I gazed: intently, and for a long time, blood of our late stout hearted: comrade i I feathery foam. All around was wildness, winds for many days sweeping, down front

toil of tire-. ,,..-l,,., eagle ttricktnI'rvm with those emotions ut melancholy (pleasure We had now to encounter another source solitude and desolation.But the artic regions, through the nortnern arm

kit A if A foariii Jotrn-an intnimentHokr fell when parting (rum scenes and friends of uneasiness, if not of positive difficult)'.- ) the sailors knew the ground ; and the of the gulf; the ice accumulating, instead of

: \\ithiu it. own coriipa lie wa* bora that arc dear. In our endeavors to keep our struggling bark universal joy at our escape from the perils of being borne down by the tides,and the passage -

Taller thin hr rniht reach the ,.rar.: Pacing |point Levi, I caught another, anda from being blown upon the southern coast of, the winds and the deep, rendered us comparatively through the straits of Belkisle choked

And l \.ha <|,irit tempered like a ;()tl'..: final ticwof the bcatitiful cascade of Mont- the river, we had inadvertently run into tile ; 'happy. True, we were cold, ; up ; our provisions reduced to a few scanty

He" ua- eut blindfold on a .path of light morcnci, whose bifcht! unwearied waters northern passage, between the island of Ant-(j some amongst u' frost-bitten, and we were remnants ; our health, strength, courage: and

\"d 1 turne.l j-i.Ie and perished OA how poor have for ages been leaping: from an elevation icosti and the Labrador shore. This channel t cast ashore, destitute, upon a barren and fortitude failing ; thinly clad ; and the fine

Vrw,/Ar rift gift '1:earn'. whiff a lir,. of mote than two hundred feet, like a I is but little known, it being always aviod- cheerless island, at a most inclement season : particles of snow sifting and driving through

J.l I'.r ttr aJriHturottt Ait,/ that bath '''''.I""tt continuous torrent of liquid silver, into its ed by navi atoms if possible. Th sailois, of the year, the severity of which vr is hourly every crevice of our inadequate and cl ecr-

,. deep bed fit. .,, ,. belie : there heart : lets shelter, benumbing us with cold, as the
I t tr. elk yjHtn tit ma. .1iliu.it wrb .d. rocky \ moreover, have asupestiiious that the increasing yet was not a amongst

A thir;: tlie thrush might pity, at he, sits The course of the St. Lawrence, from storm-spirit hovers around the cloud-capped us that was not swelling with gratitude to I I sand which is borne on the wings of the

Ur< A lin; in qua t on her low 11| nc t. I Quebec to the ocean, is north cast. The and desolate summit of mount Juli, which that Almighty Being, who rides upou the simoon, to spread terror and desolation a-

__ ___ __ J 1 morning following our cmbarcalion found us will not suffer any vessel to be navigated whirlwind and directs the storm, for our almost mong the habitations of Egypt, suffocates "
fHfscrllauroug.Tin not jet below tho eastern extremity of the safely through the dangerous I passage ; and miraculous escape. with heat ; despair began atlength' 'to.trike.

chaiming island of Orleans, and owing to the number of wrecks annually occuring in The island of Anticosti situated in the deep furrows oo the brain. But for days owe

: 1)101': ) THE \VKHCK.: .1 continued slumber ofthe winds, our descent this region seem to justify their apprehensions gulf of tho St. Lawrence thirty miles broad yet struggled with our misery ; still clinging .

at WILIIkM L. ITO'E. of the river was, for several days unusuallyslow. if not the soundness of th Ir philosophyin and a hundred and thirty miles long. It is to the hope weak and attenuated as it ,

There were eight passengers on board attributing these disasters to tbe influenceof uninhabited. The land, low and swampy, was, of succour. Sometimes, indeed, tho

A meal was bought f-a lady with one child and a waiting woman some powerful supernatural agent. Tbe is covered with pines, almost to the water's gleam, as ef a distant mil, aught a desponding .

\\'itllla1noJ. and each; sat sullenly apart another female with two children, and incessant fatigues of our crew, night and day edge, adding a deeper gloom to its desolation.But eye, just to kindle a hasty spark of joy.
Gorging hiiuoclf *loom : no love was left' But it continued only for an instant, when
; 'a gentleman passenger besides myself. during the protracted tempest, had visibly it was known that a paternal governmenthad

All earth w*. hut one thought.; And tint wa death': These, ,,'illithe captain, his mate; thirteen I impaired their energies ; and the dread with established a provision post upon this the prospect became as dreary as before. Inmost .

Immedia c and injrlorioa; and the pang seamen and 1.0.and. the cook, made up which they cast their wistful looks towards desert and dangerous shore, for the relief of cases, the illusion proved tube only tho .

Of famine f d upon all entrails' men' | the number of twenty-three souls on boardof tho bleak and rocky shore of mount Joli, those who were shipwrecked, and that the breaking of a wa.eupon a mound of ice, nr ,

Ihed. and their txinr were totobleiM AI their fle,)h; the Granicus Our barque was a snug gave us some cause to apprehend that terror house could be but a few miles from the spot tbe dashing of the snow white foam upon a

The mr1n' by the meijr were devour -IT not.Tiir comfortable vessel, and though we were all would contribute still further to unman them. where we had landed. Our first business, I naked rock. '

of course anxious to be making more rapid But our struggle with the angry elementwas therefore, was to seek out this solitary, Additional poignancy and bitterness were !
twvntv-ninili of October
182S ned
oj headway' than the current favoured us with drawing nearer to a close than as yet though friendly habitation ; for tbe sufferings imparted to our suffering, by tINt presence of
unil Icar and beautiful) autumnal t
"% .in morn- the females under draining with I
our charge,
I during the calm, yet the weather continued we had any reason to imagine. The ice had of all were extreme, and the female compan-
iu ; .es er dune the plaint of Abra- of misery its dregs. The
upon I pleasant for the season, and the time was increased upon the ship's timbers, so that the ions of our distress, feebly clasping their us cup very
II mi ; tn.l} fir ourc, I rote ere the sunbeam the imploring looks, the eloquent
passed as agreeably as could have been expected helm could scarcely be moved, and the mo- perishing children to their bosoms, were
brjm to ;: it in exhaustion.
I' under the circumstances. tion was too violent to allow of its being sinking down utter t
$:. Loin i*. The morning after the eighth of Novem- cleared! away.'e had now begun to enter Alas! we found the agency house deserted, can behold I But never were the divine at*
:)1 *uirir urn* aninntcd: and feelings tributes of the sex more conspicuously dis
,) i my IKT found us yet not one hundred miles from upon the broader expanse or the gulf, when, cold, unprovided, comlortless! It was evident -
t.nu4u.il; cheerful aud) for I fortitude in the midst of
buoyant ; was : in and played. danger,
Quebec in of those that winter was already setting ,
enveloped I one heavy {sudden as the thunder-clap, and furious as a
thi' nuns rain; to cmh' ark for the green island I I drive the air in resolution in the houi of peril patient endurance
fog:! a sure precursor at this advanced season hurricane, a blast of wind, sweeping throughthe the snow began to through
flf wy n uh II)' ; and) althuu li my regiment I I clouds of hard minute telling particles, alas of the most exquisite sufferings' and
I of extrenn cold, and so dense as to circumscribe straits of Bclleisle, struck our ship upon ,
1 li .d ,.r |I.Jn; bctn Mationr l in llm ancient I usual in high northern latitudes. The a- uncomplaining submission in the moment of
our vision within the distance of the starboard quarter with such resistless ,
('\iiM t.ti!i 'n.r.ipif..1.*;n to allow of my frtrmingnittiv unfaithful his have deserted utter and hopeless despair, it was woman
I a very few yards indeed tho bows of our force, that our icy ropes snapped like threads gent, trust must -
wnni Iiicn, ,hip* tnlstrung attachments ship could not&ho seen from tho companionway and away went our foremast and bowsprit.j his post, been lost by accident, or cut off noble generous, disinterested woman-who I
yi't ih.' ihuti:ht\ of JaOnl(', sweet home, In either event tho case was throughout this long period incessant and ,
and the top masts were lost in the thick I I Before these could be cleared by design. I
uJi all i'" rxhilirnlin:: anJ endearing recolhriinii and hearts sunk aggravated disaster, amid scenes of sufferingand
palpable obscure. In this situation it became j wreck, another gust, more furious than the j,I equally distressing to us; our
', worn uppermost in my mind.- I I I the Nor in the bitterness of wo which would require the flowing pen
necessary to let go our anchors ; since considerations former, carried away our mainmast with a ;; at prospect.; Mae
Uii;lit"rye'd J they too was already ,picturing I o of prudence would not allow our tremendious crash, and the mizenmast was our disappointmentdid the rebellious thought of Maturin and tbe ten er pathos of *

to my im.i:;innt'mn ihu joyous welcome which arise alone in bosom that the fate of kensw to describe, set as the highest, the '
ship, even to float down by the gentle operation stripped of its canvass, now torn and flying : my ,
after' lliriMj * yi of the tides and current. Thus we in tatters] to the gale. Nor was this all.- those who had gene over ,
one short month to rccrivo from.i doting and would have been more welcome to us all, In a former part of my narrative, which
lay embargoed for nearly a week, withoutonce Three of our bravest and hardiest seamenwere
bclovtd .uul three fond sisters tike the valley of the shadow of death, aj t
mother, to waterbed than to have been brought here thus to per-
catching a glimpse of the sun by day, plunged irretrievably Intt a ;
say nothing, of.tii'ithiT, who, though not yet ish and cold. Even now, at the sketched by the imaginary pilgrim of Bun .
or ho stars by night. But during! the morn for the billows ef the gulf lashed into foam by hunger and I
boo)) to mi by the legal' : tics of rel.iiionship, it seemed as though our yan presents not a ray of light, act ocs
ing watch of the fourteenth, a smart breeze by the lury of the storm, were dashing over present moment,
was an olj-'cr nf my liveliest solicitude! and I condition sufficiently deplorable for human which not a solitary auabeam glances t* ,
from the north sheets was
sprang up east, directly in our I us in immense, winding or'psayldded I
dcrpc and tcnilrret' affections. Our of cheer the path, or soften the gloom, mentioned
bag- endurance but the intruding thought
teeth, which soon cleared the atmosphere of to which, were large quantities of drift ; of
gigo: and prig.'e tore<( Inn) been ,placed on the extremities which the hapless sufferers the unhappr female companions :
the fog, and by sunrise had increased to a ice, that had been forced through the aorth- her thudand
ship board thf preceding day ; and nothing I heavy blow. diligence was used in raising : ern straits by the gale. Poor fellows 1 they might be driven, froze the blood with our voyage,consisting of a in humbler, life i
remained for the morning:, occupation of the anchors and ender but recoiling horror, ere it could rush back to the her maid,and a woman .
our getting way ; were seen no more.
passengers, but to nnko their parting calls, The fieart. But hope bich has been so beautifully with her two children. This was a ;
the weather having become suddenly and All hope teemed now to be lost. few beforetwcoaiinfe&a8 :
exchange udicu*, unit "nab arL;. The good likened to the icicle that melts even In younr Scotch won, who a jean
cold the felt the survivors of his and the
of this severely change&: was sensibly Captain, crew, oorodofared coat aad 4
people frtndlifi..eli'y nut hiving and motions of the seamen, though honored male passengers stood motionless, gating on the ray In which it &Iilten-hope. tbe first '
broken their slumbers, I <..IIii.<| forth for an fruit of and the only medic pf fine manly pfoportioes oroaeolhia..jmy"* f
to the noithein navigation, wore consequently each other i in utter amazement and despair. happiness the.buffldrom '
early stroll upon the plain of Abraham, to ItiB'and heavy. We continned to beat The females whom the inclemency of the the miserable, stepped i in to cheer our drooping !, recruiting sergeaatzbad exchanged ef the i

takewh.it w.i probably to bo my last survey I' slowly .insl the wind during the day.some- weather had confined to their birthsjbad beenin spirits, and whispered that she bad and never for tile"brisker:'JiallDebd aad more, aaimat tplft*
-tbtt lest inl't"ccl-of' the Martello
: towers able
times losing by one tack all that we had gained ignorance of the extent of our perils but weathered a thousand storms. I
fife cI.. BeiagONderaqpoaioreB
and the bed of Wolf and discovered lag sounds of the a .
oKasHs were
by the preceding. The cold increased could be kept in such ignorance no longer. Some common cooking krrr husband bad _
MontCAlrn.1 .-n CII,
A hoar frost covered the col
heavy every instant, and tho wind, which toward They shrieked not ; but clasping their hands together with a pfo.of wood !, Q.- the was n. '

sparkled: in the early lun S : noon chopped round to the N. N. W. before and pressing their children more closely to letted by the absent -net.la part preparation dleigsRtmaat. with .her balms te. &e bgle of forfather's i
athwart tho the turf had coraetas turnlaf
plain, as though I evening blew a gale, surcharged with frostas their bosoms gazed upward with looks of for the winter. BpuJtUf I leagues worth of the I
been studdtnl with countless millions ef diamonds biting and keen as though just let loose supplication and terror, and heaving their on a short allowance the little atock of provisions cottage health4r' tome -paftI obsa. aM
Tweed Her was f
while tho and would suffice
crisped grass from Arctic regions. deep drawn ai&hs.sunk back in despair upon which we had eectxred





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____ J __ .-- the been drawn into this controversy by Colonel 'The cnargea relative to tbo Live Oak
8&GO!.& crAZIJ sPL'BL1a11LD perceived that the subdued spirit of Mrs. The simMered meal wan' ended with horror but not at so the tholuhtof ape White without the least provocation on my Plantations as published by me in the Floridian -
Starling had passed away amid the tempest i i part, 1 hope I shall not be deemed his peru- of the 23d of June 1829, some time
done l
orBlount to a more genii! clime. Hrr lips Hud eyes what thy ; cuter when I proceed to correct a few of the after the last election, are expressed in the

acttun II were closed ; and her fate though sunken Some lay down, : erroneous statements containd in his following I.ngu.ge.Nlf I am right in the
: many
countenance was as cold and white MS the An.I hid the it eye, and wept ; and tome did r* t last epistle. opinion 1 entvrUin, Colonel While baa im-

pOlllatR1 or TilE LAWS er TMK VWITCD iTATH, now that bad drifted upon hrr boson Th Their chin. pon their clenched hands, and sanded ;; The (;ul. h is seized with some avidity on posed on the Government and done injoitire
AJTO or Tilt TKftftlTOMT or FLORIDA LOlo the 11I111..1.of tamed and fro, and fed I' "
her And others Ui of his Constituents
fn-gcr I
bridal: ring i l upon an expression contained in my last communication to some ; "but if 1 tm
t ar JUTHQHtrr.embarked. j herself t and husband, wills t'.e' Idle of her 'l'helrfurerai pie.: with fu-l I, and look'd up which I now "I am not wrong I have: dune him great injustice
t I repeat.
'1 marriage, mud in her ri-Ju 'hand wa el|.ipcd U'llli nuJ disquietude OB the dull sky ; I I sensible of having done the least injustice to which I shall bo proud to acknowledge lad

s She hid lured her bounie soldier a golden locket; coniiiiuug tho mimluio$ ot and then again Cui.llile") fur I beliuve he merits all I atone fur, when shall have been convinced

and grief at his lo** had eaten into her !'uu1. him whose inmfce. wa_fpn >ent till her eyes \\..t" curses cut: die" down, upon the! earth.' I I |-avo sail tI I or done in relation to him. of my en or." This question may be determined _

while the hand. of care had pressed heavily: I were fixed in death Iiileed so long hud these wietched men In pe..king. of the. charges relative to the by the production of two documents
: upon her brow. But her sufferings hereirereofshorteriluration : Several dayp Herd! on ; and although our gone without sustenance, that thuy had no civ of I'intado, and the Live Oak Plantations copies of which I doubt nut arc in the noi--
than were those of trials, from cold and hunger; .iMl aii.iost every d rower of restraint left, and they had pariuk; III' does not know what "I 1 polivei to session of the Col. himself.

1 must of us. Her strength soon pave way: I species of deprivation, became hourly stemtd bo rand en ui: the half roasted flesh to u .u. fdl. The IH lieve/.ind gives a version of ilio.echa.ges Thc first i i.s an agreement entered into Iy
H and liar IpilitJ broke beneath! thc weight of more intrnse! ).M our Ia\ ," : ut- cer.-in cmsequcuccll'nsuetl, and there sons which I lo nol recollect "helm to hive si'en.,1vlist Samuel L. Southard ns Secretary of the
I' her distress. One of her children died; from miraculously )preserved, ;. if to test O ar no nrdical rely f. Oh the unntteraUe, tlaindevribahle I prolc>s to believe, and what I think Navy: and Joseph M. Whiteon lie: 29ih. of

cold and exposure soon after our shipwreckThe most |H> sibIe extent of liuuuii suffeiing.reducedto ; horrors of the dreadful n'nl"tllo&t I tit'! ('..1. cannot deny will be found in the January 182S. By this contract, if I am

other was evidently near its end ; and provisions had been 'bur Mime mne A win fillowod beixed pith unlooked fur CiiliovMng; em.ict from my publication in therioridMiiof correctly inorn: ed, Col. White agreed to

the mind of the mother, wandering for a time. rations ul a mere WUtl.. b a,day.known lor paitMiu sa..ny ln>ur< all wore tiro minL', anti the ,:8th of April IdJU.: That sell twelve bundled arpms of hind on the
' wan noon lost, and she sunk into a deep me- : ter of uch !ievfrtty .h' d nol, v" iho me- writ hue, and s rukinijwiiii: rsckrna! Inl WIt'" ;jMililir ition uas rendem! ncct.s.uy byihe.IluMon sound,! uf St. Hosa, for (lie "'tt of the Ho-

lancholy and mental imbecility, moody,lonelv nearly half '. r-ntniv ThV ; uvcr c.nl..ut'd su.re cn-akrd and apj.ilunt;; CUU\ uuiuII Souse iu..he(| '. vihich ihe C; I. It'd thought proK.-r| veriunent, and for which Mr. Southard
illom'nd scarcely giving evidence i- muralile 17i>0 gull into the howling' an | a teed lo him $:! ;(10.
yet nol : like fl-' >t;>> or out uil.f.y : te.tiirst I. < :! (lo in.ike io me III his ;IIIOn\ mOUi commui ; pay ,
of life, save by the stilled} groan of f with ice, delving in huge; 1II.lnn bcluro the I peii iIit4.u i tau snow-iieldi.. Otheis Mink i i nir.'tion over the >!cn.ititie: of uJ tiri t." : 'flIt other document is the Colonel's account
inward sorrow' which at lone intervals half islands, or in lesser iMgimniu' down and cipiied l in iho must exciwiaiinji : Cul. White w n4 n-iiiilu t-.1 Ity Mr. Michelel cm rent with the L'nitud States predi.cated ;.

esca|llcd ns it were '0 die away upon her achy wind and tides, remleri.Jg if navigation exceed-.b.e ; :; jn '. And the III'U IIi-r;: of another ,I.,) I i to I''"'' ne: a suit '.;ai'j? i I'in..do who rc- on the. live oak contract. If I comprehend
amused from her 1 lelharcv, inC difficult and prrifous. not in.1'us| I in ill' only IIi) I this il stand: thus.
She was fUll fll vie living; heing inxm sii'ed i in II.ivatM, I'intado had no other account
10 | tact fuel Mluch proiclty
VJwiup our liiig.iny, wtfound
rein! .In-
tier ;
"j.\ UI
.. lilt" rlr.ul
M HI Nin" u y detail. i i.sl.uid. All w'tilt.' f.nl-ile.id-dead !! within the il !
child which was loutui lifeless! hrr side teady j lru\'ItI w.'r iutei exi.nst. j
:1Iit!! I.I loo, must ,p! <*e,My be numbered amontj .'11.11'hiie, 30Ct(
ed that '1"11"11..1 the which 1r"hire 1 11 r t$.
undone of the m.my dreary morning! that ; but HS every thing.: 1Irrlltiah! must! ii.ivt ( 111 grant,
end .. them ,' of the (:'onunis: .ioners hail rejected on !i For warrant in ftvor of
allowed by an inimitable providence an the last bisciiii .1 al lun ;lt boon ;.is one
were d.iW.i us. She refuted however to soaked. in SIHHV ".th'r, and (ilsIrDJK'll.. Il | But still, jMi.iui'h: the' tile was I lostf for a "presimiptioti of fraud.1' lint the uliflc- :: J. M. Whirr, Attorney of

r I', drifter to hit upon or to believe it ilcad: ; it was f I w'.is gieedilv ."..lIo\t ; lull Ii..w Jwt'.I| WMihe wint ui'fu-l, win h it teas beyond my I'U'C"f lien; of the jitd:.:m 'iit which'.lichrlct would :: II M. Bi ickl'n! jug.* s;.,.00 00.
.I frown; SIN she said, to sleep. N.I, na; ,' fucceedii.g nioiiHMit of letl'-clion. 111! Ilu only I I
:! warmed ;IMH!'ill region around! heart Ikii'w I obtained tin J. M. \\1Iile.lIornc of
she would txcliime. shall na do) iccan a had ;.II'un..1I' tins I.iltl.\.r' ; yet t veil my he Ind actilillv before passageof )
wicked thing, ?t' to ji\e my puir b.iiru to the those who% thought! : MIX! Jell tU 1I''s 1 jt.'- inust-.oi he e\tinguNie) !. ,!,'Ill.h fishes of the* ill loch.' rind then she would! ) parrd fur its arrival, s1i Ms ">il !Gut iuu iia.'is th,' pouenof ifHecMon ,vi-n. in a IIMM; '''HIT the land) depended on the validity of that i ili.I. i It i is balanced and cttled thus :
\ benumbed l in ('OJII1wtt: uitii 'f.!.., membeis of Mr. White the Bv' I U'OO.-irpansuf 1'od
fin-lie it in her arms, covering it with kisses, thai tliey Ind uiicons*"ion.Iy I Lei-n riieiishu-g i Ie. as 'Attoincy.'
and preying its stiffened form to her nun a feeble, distant i.in|" In.-, |: n the IC \\.,' lh- (body, "jet lilt: lov' ot Jiff, that: ten 'cioilipiinriple Mioliclet in "Court" and the Kepi"cutl-: on S't Hii'.,sound 2,700 (00.Bv ).

cold and em ci trd bo" )na. She would) sing i no rouiii 10 chi i,1t: u loni!:">r. It n..c fin >H).,: vhirh uvj\rs: \\ !ltl nil ritiona! me of 'he !I'", pie in ("..j-L'tess, if he did not I 1-:.() nji.ins' ol Kind)

.. to it a hundred incoherent catches of nuts- i i exiingiiislit-d. Hope i.tisdl u is dr..I.. ni nire> foi it'. rontinu in .C have rt'.I"t'cI l, wniiMilidiieil is l 1': o-u o ii--, i '"IM'U:'1 in ition of the tilc', pcr- on the (Jult'of. Mexico, at

: and lull( minding every thing I Tims for two dos' IfIIHt" "I uert* wt's+".pUl! : and the slr.rne: uoiintabi! "li"fJ 1 it to be Ioe, by +..Iriii: ; ihat tllI1l'rin. I the, r-teol' .i,GOfor| I OOarp"t

in ely songs strange: and wild confusion, until the f"od ; twelve Ii' ill" usrn ; gfooniv ar.d51.. nt :'t I I anomaly ei'Med Ihat almost at ihv in-.ian: 1u.e I c.pie! objection to the grant. ,,'ii. removed by : : r:3f51 II l cis.j .

minds of those who were present withoutpower -with brow deji-ctfd scm "'1)' duruiij: t.) 1.13 iig my (j'od I to release r me ,'.om rusi.fTerjiu ,\ tin* f piiMl'iction I of tl;,? o-i-jin: i .1 i title 1 pipers." j i: Thc two tracts above mentioned vewliiih

to 1I5i"l.! sickened at the sight i and al- look ai each nths'r. j. ; *, I w.IS unconsciously, perhaps" instinrtiyel Tlii is the ch.Igr; u.!! pn li.Iitd by me and. l he sol.I on his uwn account, and by

must forgot their own Miflerins At list, I I hid read; of use :anihrojtcplMgi of thin i I ly, usin: mean to prolong them.Most .- foi nliich I hold n\seif res poi.,;!je. 11't which peculated on his Cor: lIIlIcnls.

th maniac's mind ; "!tittered a wild and thai such iMonsters l-nd ('li tPd. Thr impro- I' wreck, in my trunk, a l.trgc vsalof (he bal- one of the!, Commission 'r, rejected d ; claim : i i3 .placed l lo ii<* cie,!ir "f the rt> {*C-

poor piercing ,huek, and sunk'" back upon her rudet L.hlt'l | storick up': >'i tlif sulj. cl 1 Lelicvrd! to Mm which exudes like teai-diopi from theli'tlvblistuis III' I'lnru'o' on ,i hl'". l"'J't"n fraud '* I II li\stuns ilhlli.,1t ihe lulltllcl is chirped;

resting: place. The last atfetiuited thread have their origin(: in tie .1'..11 ts only of souse I upon the hark of the fir liee,. I Is this iiMiie! I by (;4)l. \\ hIc'0.; Il i: as their ..Won.1ft. this; account be corn'cl.

of existence broke, :nd !she expued clasping; rraiors, and in ilio' fii! ;eniircd| init,:iua- i! and having accidenily tasted! ofthis mediciiic' r.innot be, t for tlK. r .put If"- whd: I nferalluhonriy :! then the' Colonel has received! a profusion of

the cold corpse of her infant to her bosom bone of others. 1 hid M-jectciJ ill. lalo ul when usintr it for another purpose, I found it t ti.d! an interei in the aiihjort! Mipport.s ;I public ingnev, and J Ih.., he Ins received! it for

.: with convulsive ('nrrc\'. cnnnibai| as iqu.lly aiiociypii.il" ui.li the gavo temporory relief. II iIII tyed the giia\v I the thai '.* Lrvond the posMniihy of:, 'vvoilhless piopeny I I ," I appeal all who

The child of the lady, together with the f..b"I"u\ hliliiriesoriliit I. !"'a*, the S." irns in(; of the sttftnieh, and southed its irritation. i.'oubt.! The second part of the ch.r:;a is, I have seen the arid sands of: St. Ruses sound

mailwas: likewise soon numbered if ith the and Cyclops. Although sipeislilon: : : migli I I It i is owing to the :rcalful eflecfsof this cut '. Chit (,ul. While if I he, did no. procure theroiitrii.iiuii land I the Gulfof Mexico in that "icinilUuf }.'-

dead. The blows that deprived her of thl"C build ..liars Mini gl ace tlieiu \\ Ilk liitiroiuusof j dill, perhaps; thai I wis; !spared'; a pmtirijtalion : : uf tin title, pet nsitt.'d<
remaining sources ofcomlb-t came in quick human' victim, ) M I could n"t b. hev* ; in the horrid tr.'tii.irtion which I have. done bv Mating; lint the, piinriple' objection p* "It'rt I)' to thu t o.e.rnment, General Call

succe>*ion. They wcre heavy: it is true ; that even the idolatroi.s prn'!si cooit of \but partially tlido c.J. To tbu same cause I') ilu, : tr.mt was reinoved by :lic subsequent' ..,11,1 a prut: of th.lt worthless property to me.*

but death beg-.n to be hiked npon as a fnend the sacrifice or ftk.ke hu thirst wild the must be attributed iluietision of my lite. (PS utluctit'n' of he orit'inul; tile pipers." Is : This i., true, but did not the Culonel know

.. -from whom only relief could be expected, blood. And to uiaU\! : extien uiiiers I. to another d I'iy, with sirnngih' und reason: \"f. tlli, p.1I1 of the! chi sr :e' denied; bv Cul. White I; this propei ty as seal as I did I Had he not

1'j and they were borne with a martyr's; fortitude. might be driven in tilt last >t..s! Not a murmer escaped the mother it had been my Iii iii rt" ,dllll..1 and b. lirf,, I an otillim-uf this most exrlraordmary: tale ol in his last, *. "itemnii. **Thr title of j f .if he applied.. to puichasc it of meDid

.I' uniepiuing lip. On returning from depositing that never, no never, IIUI even m the kl'CII-1 lium.in suireriii", in a I I.non pi ice whrr** death will I'mMiio tell conlirrif.! in I JGujion a letter he not receive from the Government four

in our pi -ccof:j.epulturethedeep, .'.t'flp est anguish. of stars ,HMO.: w hale a 111'.11 : U' left to re'vel undisturbed i iu the midst ., l"ioin my colleague st.iting tin I production of hutidied dollars! inure than he gave;: me for

spa, the remains: of the bea mil ul little being reason was Irfi, could I
that had prattled upon her knee, and clung: und rrvohirg. h' prey upon m\ I vial i ii ncrly empty, my .md" are l/ir print at otyittt'in." I If the confession no none: tutu bOU when a! this rRle uf $27OO ,-

so sweetly to her boMim, but :a fl'w'L... before own "1)f'TiC! Hilt wiijt C\ er ini:lit 1.- u/v. i running: swil'i'y..' It i is dillirnlt to refs mv of liip 'oloiel: i" nut tiHiricnt, lei us >ee i f-ir 12Karj ans my -IOO arpans amonnted -

we found the mother exactly in the spot own ticinufor! my artionx, iu these until.d iniivl iu think; or mv hand to trice, ca'cnthe what Mr. Wi s.J! le 'ball !s r;.! .'n the subject. lie : to 1)00! lot the payment: of which he held

r there we hid left. I..r. sitting against: the cirCIlIla.to1l1rc1I. the l-uinl: tcitainly, that. f ti-w I tot wotdsof parting lo my hel'i\nl Nlatet Mr. \\ hit,- told :I.',.i, tint the claim ;, ibe written obligation; of the Secretary of theNavy.

wall, helplev! destitute! bopelovs) ; for with uu1t. '. within aiM'llici ,1.1III" lie >li,nl.l l lit! nioiher, to m\ .,ll.rtionate sister+, to *. seas; nol teporied on t f.ivotaldjt" by the Commi..ior..u : : .

Us all it might now be 5ill. tint: hope's la.tj.y rr movt-d: .nd liietmiy ,....1 coinu iu' our as! Mv etc'till. | iho blood is creepingwnii.iiiirv : tin -I stimpiion! of. tiand ;iri...in'! : Let us mw cxamino the contract: dated

"' WHS extinguished. Hut, kisiaiMCtlie his: ilie.titli.l resoit 'fur I'MM! I & m.lnc! around ins hi.ait. A iVoni. the uoi>pio'!uc>ion of he 01 ;-=ill.lliI.: : the ::!.I of Mirch: Ib23:! which, the, Colonel
I would be !\ tie-in tu Ihdf||, I iiion;like incubus ii is ( IIK und what
Hen was the ?till aonyWla'ih propose suj.-ge.st >r n+ nn coming upon |".IKIJ: ihI! the palms: hid since: ; been p' 0- published, see proceedings
011.un.f'" i! I llioii h I strove with nil my ina'lu. I.i L.Ulhil IIM-, and stilling the puNes! of my Ii..... My dui s .1, con, I juently& there! could bo no objection have t.skenlice unJet it. }rum that document
\\ ; n and.ikiilty ; i
I the miiudiig) : it'onpht' : 'I 1 ;iicrc wiirndira> I iI heart tlnobs chill, and; f'inily.: Faiuuell; j lo ilu? ronfirmntion ol iliccl,lim. I it would !'U'IU that the Government
Winch fl,w.i in aniii ii d-l *p rind!Lill. J'l | ,
Like the : >l tire, hoi itl i.i,".. ; I I ,- 'iiua itiuii II,osi.l the piohabiliiy; of contailiclion. the (;1111' of !Mexico belonging to .the constituents -
:" L"".>' possible .ideation: sass pull .o he r, !
of C'u1.1t I.ill' \\hid.l\Jr South-
W the itlt the o'hci t'I1I.I.-) Tl., biow,t'.1' u. liy the ir''jouiT.g (light.U I.el Hi now ex.iniin Mhe jts tifir.l- : : ,
U4 was C.I"C"
22Utorfal( Drpartmrnt. lion and ,.-"- ho\v tu a will .1Ii.rc tile effenre. itid jreei! to spy' linn lliu sum of $3,400
ore :an unrailhlj tt p
lilors lav idc tin ;
tr Kven: the coarsest s lug a Trudeness I'
--- Did the n.Mi>{piodt.riioo! of that, oiiin i- and it'tLe hole i is not procured at the same
and lorjetung t I pinions, in th: ir o-. ('S Dialed; uil.lly upon rash older.itli UECE11BEll: .tis! 18J0. ii title en "ro",rirule the principali'1'jityi" rain for !such part n.s! may La obtained aodconveyed
p :
tilt dtcid -- -- i. above!
as stipulated.
I the cl..im I Did il constitute!
cverv instance vied wish each other in showing Hid! hands were il'icu cli'nclird convulsively, The 1..rl Iaturr! of Alabama, runvencd lit Tu ca*
What had the Colonel's Constituents
Iu'utl I If'tO-a m th* l.Mh I of la| ,t month.V.. !iK r*>, of the b. .f t-j! on n Ilidl! :no>ir the: "pn' uml'tiun a
t kindness and :attention t\ ilia- md would fur I lime fixed! I
app they sil a "*;.ig attatnes from him under such citcuni-
Jnrkoon' rOllnt". was rI rti-.t! I're- dcnt,1111(1 nnttiS1. + of fr..uJ" exp.csMti hv. tin Commissioners to expect
out one selfish ict thought: to the fenulucompanion ,. their haggard! COlt II It.II..II ct-. bent so':* I.)on. Secretary of the :'.enat. Mr. Penn, of in th.;. lejiort 1 'h ...t, why did nut the stani'us. Why sureU' th.i he would info'm
t of our misery. hilly lip-in ,h,! crlli. Those in their liamnorks %'adlC1I1! C'ounty. ".... rho...n Speaker dad T. Tun ,. ; i'II lIu-C'iM!: : of PantonLeslie them that the Govuiiiinetii wand ilu.ir land
.esumplion "IT!
Mrs. Starling. for that: was !her name: vv:.s would and the wood andchew tall. <4'lork< of the lluatp of K"|>rrM-iitatite4 At I |1. I
gto.-in, pi: iv the prcvnt s"s'iuii uf the l.inlatMrr. n Senator t.i I .\, Co. and -Intwo C.I'It': of John and w"." willing; lo (pay titrni' J-IOO for 1300a
1 a beautiful woman, of a family moving& in the their wretched i 0cr"'::. Some begano "onrrcM IIM: ta lie -lnted in II.\ ptace.r .Ir.lrIIDlfI' Koibes & Co. In. ilie-.c several) cases not r p.i us ? Did he do this! t No. Did 'lie

gcti'cel circles ol Edinuuich. shu had mar- I rave and cuter, uhilu a few, submissive, I whoso trrln..fersireespire.onthe 4tti i an oiiirinil title : sac produced! HII' spei' ui.iiu on his Consinuents t No, the
lied a gentlem In, holding an official situation: ;!Io.>my and silent sunk don, 'm" innnovablo j i or March; n '\t. It I-.ud he willht* M candidate: fur I were "copies fiom p.iper llie{ I Havana,** in the IanCU.tije i Colon-! is not'skilled. in the arts of speculation
in the in 1822 and rr-oU-ctioii und will b** ted by tLtf (;(J'tmor -
(colonies was returning and unutterable drip ir. One. or two became o11w'" | priM-at Ho
'hut he little. employed
r ) inlet of under I IK.Tptern \ Gabriel 1 Mooie.J : : of the Conimisi'neis, and \et no gltaned
to spend a happines* delirious and frantic their ni'Miiac
piercing them.Afier ana rnt to purchase .these lands (sons his
t suspicion of f..au,1"ai e\pit-vsed by ;
.l roof in the Scottish capiul here
; crises; fvmciiig: the I keen':>t kufTciingof: body I ,,lin Qinnrydamn.. fs: -rr .idetlt. II.K been elected meniionint the copies of tho title Con lilucnU. Ho paid in' cash 1200 for
her husband to "whom lie was devotedly at- and mind. And MMHH wt io still I glaring upoo u Member of Cougrrn.<< from Ma' +karhu,vtt". ; I I papers : which was transferred to the l United
of the
in he Pintado I part :
tflchcd liar in the But case<< ConulliJ-1
w.u to join spiing. each other with fixed d'-ad.'nirrli-iiting! t'u.1 i '
Stales fur ? JGI 11. Thus making a netl
slat .1 Stidund melancholy idteiation in I'l'r"ppcara'Il'c \t last tli') dreadful > )silioii was made It i i" ,:ailllhtIIft'lu\ ,' Clny."I" Secretary of Chat: e. I sioners say 'the wiinin the few short week.,- anti! senttd to. proj I will IKn cui I Stirfrnlll the, State of Kentucky. in the place of! .1'e.ns.icola and the "Is!md) of St. Hu.t. aecalculated 1,161 11.
Jkl'Oit though weeks were by miseryened 1"lIllh. Km also could raise: the knife fur the sa Mr. KOVIIII. \\'o.4> term of service Ytpuesoilthr '
to create a piestiiopiioi of fraud: 'I 111c above extract contains the charge; as
imo ve M* -tl"our acijuaint.ince. How crifice. Attain! .-"lo "v..s n .IMUIO of i whole ,Ithof Mirth nfit 'I
1 I I in lel.ition both the ." Now here. published by mo in form and substance.
to grin.*
when in .
I iirmuud cl antic her tep, Quebec day, trade'r d fearfully distressing by the I I
i side and I'f'IIan"' ,h'ania has to rlert a Senator in the place of acre thiee substantive objections which IA.-I the Colonel meet il openly| und. (.title& if
she the leaped illy of 111
sprung: up g upon mingled pravers some, (' waisiugs: oloihe's
Mr. Afaikii! white term of mr\Ke ripuft with the of futud he and show that tf it is incor
clcltt'.llhe) but tie
"presumption ; can, any part
the deck: of the tiranicus, her eyes sparkling and the iucrr suig' howl) and half inarticulate ,prreut CUII '''.''. I
with Mnimntiou she proud l. threw hi nnd 'inrr.Mc ( ,. \\ Ihe most fotmidublo u.et the character of ibtri.situ rect. In reply lo my statement from which
) Iu ilieiny : LiucliiL-r: of i..r, ti: (I.dla) Charles I. \ngtvaod I
J'lom her long: silken eye l-x>he< the tuning those whom lumgcr had ln fl nf theii tl ma''o. Sorreury uf the, Stale, are kpoki-n& of..b) the 1'.u.n-.I.| to a part of the Buy of I'ms;icola, iho above i extracted), the Colonel said no

tea "llich ru>t,> ju.i hllfte.tit1 in liquid llt It uas' hoped .tint <->nic one would di,.. : vanu (pnwr| .. nicindidates. I uhith included neatly, I all ale water in hunt one could have been mere exact in cents or
after ili, parliue emhrare s'illa lu-i husband. but no There 1t'tII'CJ .qu.,1 l iimciiy in Judxc I'rom lliiroetlIKI Ohio there' n dvrlme to Le .a a Senator reflection.en. in the. place) of uf use Town, as far us: the ship channel und punctilious in IHmbtrs.iflan had been s< urchin -

Her haii, bl.ick, glossy am! luxuriant, was all our lives, Mild ahiMni all iq-nl) I j-oncr of I Il.irri4/ i<* u.iiifil a. a randidjle.Murtli : I It'iit! part uf dID Island of St. Roia which i the treasury to see ifllllJre w.... any money
paited iu front, display I ingle'wI'elilhe clu- endmii'g bodily paii and inent.l 1 turluie. (colma l.oA" to elect l a Senator in the placeof the Commissioners !My had been appropriated : heft for himself.' llrrc is his own language : -

term ringlet* a be-iutilul: step formed forehead slut 1..ilulicel'al l I"nt.r (...\ Iredell. wlmderlineii a rwHectinnUi4 his own confession aud it is now too
:; no ; (possible.The .
|'pi iu the plac of Mr. K. U. Adam de- y'n-
,evidently the chosen eat of elevated resolution bad been formed ; the lot. was reaedIlliuoiva late to attempt an evasion.
: noble: and generous thought. Her features cast, and the victim bared Ins. neck vvithou! : .: Senator in the place of Mr.John Me Lean, lIo r.uw' |H.-rmit me again to ask did the To avoid this! charge and vivo a different

were repNl ir, and on her cheeks the roe and a murmur. Having been confined 1 to mv dcee.i_d. production of the oriillallillo:: paper chaise i direction to public inquiry, he says If Gen.
the lily were sweetly bl ntlc.l. Her form hammock fur some time by finznu limbs, I Ji-"uri i Senator in the place of Mr. Barton in any degree the character of the claim to Call intends to say or insinuate that I made
still turned face uhoteierrn of service expire. on the 4th of March, I of the of 1'cnsucola and the Inland of the qualities of the
was: r'ihcrabove the ordinary! .ir. but now my to the wall, and hid my and who will be re-elected if he can. apart Kay any repiescntations
disclo ed tho outlines of true and graceful: head in the scanty covering to avoid beholding South Carolina will have to elect a Senator in the) I of St. Rosa Did it dispense| with the 'land to the Government that it did not pos-

pro| onion. :Now, alas, how changed That (he horrid spectacle.. It was done ; place Judge Smith whote term of service will expire necessity of complying with the conditionsof !t"SS. or practised any imposition on tho lateSecretary
rye, so bright, pi! ..ted with Winding tears ; I and a still: more revolting scene ensued.Hunger .- on the 4'h' of March-Judge S. U a candidate for the grant f In short, dill, or could, it do of the Navy, it is pn unfounded
the blora upon her cheek faded and gone ; had goaded on my wretched companions Mclutt re-election>., and it u aid will be opposed by Mr. any thing more than supply the absence of calumny.' Now the whole charge i i. before

her spirit crushed ; and the whole framer to madness. Reason had' left her' those otiginalsl The answer is plain, it the Colonel. Lot him look at it well, and
prostrated with grief, cud bodily and! mental ieat, and mere animal passion and appetite[ : I: 3olftfcal.- -- ---- t could not. But says the Colonel "this= was make what he ,pleases of i ir. But if he intends

anguish-there kite sat, a blighted flower] a unrestrained either by sham or remorse, the act of Congress and not of the Delegate." to say or' insinuate that: I have: ever fabri-

beautiful ruin in the ,silent uncomplaining ,: reigned with uncontrolled dominion A repugnance Toth* ftliloroftllt IYoridiun4'Arlrocalr. ; Important intelligence When Arsenals are cated an' unfounded calumny,* against him

agony: of wo. nut her sufferings were fast more powerful even than the calls S.A-I I regret exceedingly that Col. Whiteshould I erected on the "Gulf of Mexico (that is to or against another man, I say that therharge

drawing to an cell! The wind l.o.led'hoarsely of hunger, prevented me from participating. want either time or inclination lo continue say, in the State of Alabama an hundred against me is an unfounded false

and dismally around, it the Grief i io the unnatural banquet. In addition to this n controversy which ho has himself miles from the Gull of Mexico,) the Colonelhas hood.

day closed again upon| u., driving the snow repugnance, I was unable to rise from my renewed. A little more lime, and a better "succeeded: in Having it erected", (see In speaking o f th esc ofForbes & Co.

furiously onward, piling it up in heaps and I i situation, ever had I been inclined to Partake "inclination" might, perhaps, have obviated his dinner speech.) When preemption laws he says I argued the case in favor ef my official

ridges of enormous depth, and startling us by of the repast. I must draw a veil over t I many of ihe errors into which he has fallen. ore passed, the Colonel exultingly exclaims, : opinion,' now by this official opinion

the occasional crash of a towering pine, I the dreadful procedure. It is horrible enough I I The want of disposition to commence a new, "I say I procured the passage of that law." I she c tndicted. A part of that opinions

breaking when it could bend before tho storm lo say that the meal was r artiikPn. Nay, or revive a former controvesy, is a laudable But when fraudulent claims are confirmed, the report of the Commissioners on large
no longer. The snow continued sifting tome of those whose brains were on fire, sentiment in any gentleman. But I hold in which the Col's client and friend is in* t grants, which the Superior Court of this

through the apertures of our habitation, often commenced the loathsome repast, before the I that, every man: before bo makes an attack I terested, shy then Congress did it. Con I District has decided to be adverse to tbe

covering us during the night to the depth ot ilocd was cool, or the flesh had yet ceased himself, or provokes one from others, should gross must be convicted of"gross inattention claim: of Forbes & Co.

I several inchei. On looking around, when 10 quiver with; the convulsive movements i, be well satisfied that he will have both "time or corruption." This is all well enough for I I Air-in I he says if he Is mot[ mistaken I was'

another wearisome day had dawned, it was fdesth. and inclination" to see it at an end Having those if there be any( who can reconcile this tlac Counsel for certain British claiments aiIt -







.which if cst.tblUhed What then the fact
Congress in
election to are this case. procured the *
itr toy |passage of a .law and in
would have destroyed nearly all the January J 82-1' the committee on tho case where I declined to, ..f1orrll n Intrllf mrr. double event bat wanbUj *ccmpltt eN ..*.

Spanish claims !in the country. I can onlya I lands refuted to report a bill giving 'that Congrtn did it. In one say case any From Ifc LW. Mmnf CArvmcb. results which tbe expedition had already

).y drat if the Colonel believes this, J lion rights to certain settlers in made an argument against opposition. td- "bzcene committed by the Dmlck tro s ia enabled u* to obtain in the interest of buoua

t ready| lUii: :...L.en.rrla.., only instance in I Iwhich In January or February 1825, I \' to bo powerful and in the ", her I the house of the /t ,lisp at Bnuteft. ity and civili4tioa.
I recollect to have endeavored to cs- j I''on the same Committee to le tort a bill saying any thing. In tile one I The Lord Olanijrre mortally wounded I have thought it my duly, gentlemen, to

tallish a Bluish ,grant except niicn the late ]I i ing' pre-emptions, and a bill granting to have had au agency: in the other whilst surrounded b, his wife and family. acquaint you with these two treaties, which\
Stfciimh uhJ"ClllcM under British titles, w a* ;( lions to certain settlers in Florida. anal yet 1 am very "inconsistent. The wife of the MAitre d'Holel of the the King has entirely approved, and one of

for the recovery of a house and lot in I"ci- j'I the I IMeoj Colonel must admit. It is a fact 1 do not intend to say any thing more English Embassy most brutally) treated on which, by renwi.g our relations, with! the
| for Inch there WetS not a l' nlatlcJ I'J troy'rtiblt"nd" from that fact lenvc the land I sold to the United States the boulevards, and her children during some Regency of Tripoli, has the advantage of

but a genuine British Grant. The proP rty : public to decide how far tie Colonel I I )' that I regret I did not sell it for its va hours menaced with I death before' her eyes. pulling the an end to the uncertainties and Tears
which French
|nd never been c-granled by the Spanuh sustained the assertion that the I) ". Iii hud received a I lesson at Tallahas "Numeious Englishmen draJ! e tout of the merchants ht still feel
tiummnent.; It was n queMion In?I wren I.iw' had been rejected for ten years instead ofa few hundred I might have their houses, and compelled *l the point of respecting The ; disposition of that Regency.

the United States and the U. ili'h claim.int, ,I cessi ixely before he arrived 1Vashiit! !' .!" as many thousand dull..,.. the bayonet to surrender their money and Consul King Geueral will very shortly' appoint the

who r projK-rty was taken possession of by K. K. C.\ Urn. Call is perhaps! the hit man in the fiber valuables is and Charge d Af1.ires wh.
the $I inisll i joirrtitnenl and held until IIIC'U&ocr I, ;Iory who! ought lo complain of one's Numerous houses belonging to the English the interests represent of him France.at Tripoli** and to yrolect

: to the United Stairs, had this question To the lldltoroftht Floridian \ basing for a small sum and selling tor a fired! upon broken into, furniture desiroycd -

been determined in favor of the Ul iti.h S 1 H.-I I have ibis moinoiil lereived | j: : The (lovernment is his Cunititn- .pillaged and burnt. TAt Capeti and tAt $tuarti.The destinyof

cl.iiin.iiit it could not have affected in them ibe hands. ol: A fiiend of Gen. C .11.:4 rn j, and he does not deem. It un objection lo "The daughter ofan English Field Officer crowned heads like that of their fellow-

,,'\ reunite degree a single: Spanish pram (be publication he proposes to nuk": 1.1: I j ase from them at One dollar and cruelly mllhlt"a1t.d." !his own life threatened mortals, betrays itself at .times in singular
in the I Terrilul =My 1 rn:a'jrmenl; in this m-r to niii\ in youi pallt'r..f Ii."' :.M| five cents, and sell at Sit and Ten his pUie carried off his cellars emptied of! waywardness of coincidence. In this re-
C4w.il the Colonel ou-'ht to rtrollrctheir.. 1 tine a moireni in the midst of nv: :j. ) / $ per acre.: their contrnis, wild all his: money stolen. ( spcct the fortunes of the Capelian race

in* been the opposing Counsel was lUll; be- paraiion, i liar srttiog out to SVasLin:' I j[ The jcnc'iil in his first (publication 1'.1: "Au English scrvu-* living its the Filu- 1 J afford a remarkable; clause in the statutes of

foic I was a candidate for Conjrea.ih : .. make a ,,'mt1 L. or two, upon tl.c! pa.er: "was convinced than no pre-em 1ti.n. It f *v hours of SciMerbreek, crucified at the door. 't, chance : fur the three illustrious lines of that
\\ : rl'Ji&flIIO the deed! which the Colon lo me. B+'fori doing xhi, IIOM..VI I ,J JI raja ctt.J'* when he was in Congress.: burnt by a low fire, and his body pierced family which have worn the French crown

cl says I lad recoidfd cur a tract: of fond un 'riliHjix' l>* "ficr? mv. "ttkilO" U'iIj": ,(,' i(| l.avn produced the Report and Resolution with Tbe halls and bayonets.tlf Lfrontthe I I year 937 to the year 1830, have all)
Chipoli, after my tlrction. I 'believe the the spiiit; i justice' and I michi& )ay li!< : Congress. lie now sa}* it um of the the Rue home an English: Gentleman: in1, been cut short with the reigns of three 6ro-

l'ut.'IIl'l1I1)U" .just IK! '\1'11,1, I do, ili.it my iv, that prompted the 'iransinissiun ol aiqoired in | 'U3. and the reason was! Roy ale, completely sacked<< I. andIdundered titer,. The aboriginal dynasty of the Capers
itt r tI in thai land "'.." acquiie.1; luiie l"rloie me ; and I do 90 wr.h more cbeeifi.b t "' a > 1 II ;" a previous law hid conferred. ilie. : right.; of 'plate und) money, and other'vabiubles became extinct in 1328 ; its last scions be-

1 W a. a candidate 'for ('un'recc. The I am indebted! to clew opponent I for MI I this hf in MS nnfnriniMift; as in the oth.'r. to an enormous eileni-himselfdraggcd inn three sons of Philip the Fair (the IVih.

Colonel hain<; it OHO lime ha-I; ni interest favoi! dictated by either. I
in tint sank= tiact tit' land I.IH'1)' wellliuA" either' "provoked a nrw( or tevived .l)) ; ejected by Congiess was for pre- s.tvc by it miracle. I j and. Charles the IV. To the(? succeeded
and when m\ inure tested. (,()lIfluu'r" with (;"*n. ('..If. I n<.ne ) to settlers on Lands acquired frllln' 'Two' families entirely! composed nf En- { the collatcrial branch of the aloe, who

On the Mibjcct' of the prr-rmjuion l.p.v, 1 inert ,references) |till.: ,. F..,.v, li.-i Jic Induiu, and) not by (he ticatv of ISO. r cli.n! males,, and together: in one house ;I i inear wielded the French sceptre from 1328 to
the P i'arrc robbed of !
mulled, no .itch (' \(' Cation athat men wiiling U appear' in Fi.-rbes! I.V. ('u'\ I 'mi. ,Vc. every thing after :: t.'iSy ; and the three last princes of this lino '
uonedby Colonel l While but n hen I ....t. thr and act'( iithlt. that "be 'trail strt.l i to p< r JOS. M. WH1TK. having been threatened dining many hours i j t were Francis II., Charles IX., and Henry
litiiiuiK whu.e name, he 11.ls iu.n.1 will 'n (JaiKden. raimIV, tint they n-ed i.o. -_ I with ;instant death : compelled lo taste: the :[ II f., all of whom were the sons of Henry:

III lily I sat communication I 'I ief.red the !If.I he diii not t?"'11." tall ..itiempiedlisiinciion the inspection of those "liD take all inur having" poisonrd.The 1 the younger branch of Itourbont ascended

Colonel to I pc e 7'S. W! I..nd; I..wi of tin- <& tviiliout dillrin.ee! in our III apiculture:: of I'l'iiicU, ft beautiful I befoie her daughter; father's ofan Encliihman violate! the throne and gave kings to France from .

United Static, 'Ira: pic-cmpiioii L.I,," which .IIn;:IIO"+. of lint! delirious fruit raided in the1 will eyes, and then shot. This'| 138U to 1830. We presume that: we are
W.\ PJcC4I on the thiid d.iy of .% .arch 1519.I; My nulifi'r rwKirc'he! alt.! ,iou to of C.tpiain: HIOMII near lake Jacks-oil.: I man complain to our government&: at'home. tl justified in assuming that an extinguisher

Ilr .. ty, in n'ply that he ,':11I find no Midi ".I% In slimy hek 'I'.ui Ch/'stho Wes(' ciiiiiiiint ,foiiy I I'ltht= ripe IMnll..s. and ''4\ I has: been set on this scion of the Ca|>etiHn
l.iw/'and believes none ,.11.'" *.\5"t.' There pnthaiirg! ; me .Im n.: irt (If l'I .f"i.I"II.1 !! ten po"n,ls. Captain Immn ts con '' krn into boarding and school for young': l I.tdiPi, bro- I line in the |person of Charles X., who with
seventeen "il.l.tI.dIhe
a.n.a misprint in the 1I\II1I1'r! of lilt page, I that: tin ;.r I. i"lul. ail ailvixMtr, md( l that his g.u.en! v' ill Mfford un HtIIlle! ot the report 1 j I his predecessors Louis! XVI. and L .ui*
'in..1.1 I willing" lo .10'] what I tz.i'l done' I ,. ,' of tliii licit, 'lor 'Isis exteucitt'titib surgron: attending them-uf Ihcse cut XVIII. descended
.oiJ lie III'.% h ivr been iniiinM| | I ask' him now M: look' Ilraln. Pago 7.",3: :/J! '1 j'tecai.se* it w.is' true, ails I h"r.uise. I and b,'lieves tlnl its culture will" But, sir,nuny here are I really must English the heart j" parent to wit, Louis XV.

1..16.11. ''''', or 0 j j'ul.. l'ige:; -J3I Laof the,1tuiied if be had never (,lJt u'ra .11h,% ,. '. ; t be n.oCflinch lh.ui ihal of main other !sickens time relation of such stop horrors- and I i! The ingenuity of a Fiench journalist has:
; Sun- J i he rnuhl) II air pieteiiied II. I In lining nils, n list n; bivi-been, riti l'.1 in this climate.. 1 HIM I lost in irarsand indignation.' made another rcmarkablrditcoycry; namely,

Ou the JJili day of Api it 1S12, an art ,' I IV.K I imputed no itiiptopiict! tit, a.1 l in> i imi lutist. (be recolluned: { lint the \vuti-rof lj>J!) i j out the whole of hit, recent proceedings Tbrough-here; !I that the ex-king Charles X. is descended

pissed itqtiiiin;: the ClmllliilIt'I tit' leproach .ip mist) bun. I .iltmled. to ;() H..; mine unt.iviui.ible than Oiih i.ir\ j j dm 0111..1. Uavr; etidently'a.d no doubt by I from the house of Stuart, being an off-set
in ike" out .nil lipid to Confess; a list of all j. o'brr br,'.ii.si- I 111.111 IHTII i"fUlIIIl..1 isnuslui,. tropical: pUn'.s:! ; we have no io\ihi! authority? selected the English residents ., from the loins of" the unfortunate Charles I.

actual setilet*, in the .present States of Ala i j (it o. (,*i.I.! and Ins iniiniate ,fiifiids i ..rt-1 l.MI-, ih,it Miil'llu 1'Ioiith' will afioul'' 't l L..ussrl.:+, HS the etprciul, but not alas the I I Our learned genealogist adduces the follow '

LJIIII and Mississippi: i. South of the, 31t degree n;'okcn upon various occasions- lightly:: "' ,for domestic; consumption while i/f/Mjire objects of their furious atrocities. I I inn memorandum in proof of his discovery." '
iJispar-* ill&ly! tlf in Oilldiuill Uauau.i; will become a staple and an :irt- Charles I. of England married to Hen .I
: ul North latitude! who had; no writtennideiicf &: my Cervices: !; The, Btlgians; have their ttlr too of horrorsto
law. II | of expoit f'om tin' peninsula of East l rietta Maria a daughter of Henry IV.
of title (see bill section of that art ;ire-t mption record. A* far as the English: are concerned ,
Pajrtios, Land Laws of the I'nited St.itcs.; ) I Instead of confining; 'himself to :hr\f ; [I'loridiait \ Advocate. 'I I do hope, these details:,; will have a..iirect Henrietta of England to Philip Duke of

The .U section: of ll.e act of tin3d of 1s31'tnh schj"cts, Im commrnceil upon ihe old! j I and positive; influence)" oa our Orhe'ens, father of the famous re;..n'.
h.ickuivd charges .about PmMilos ", I'inc Apple.-W i: are informed thai government Anna Maria: of Victer Amadeus
Englind to
:\ : I IM'J, grants donations ufCilO j J acres t'r.int in iheii view of the Belgic question as :
ol 1..1n.llo l all artunl) soi'lcrs! on the said li..l. I a sale of some land lo lilt I'nited t.tea. Pine. Applf. in Ur. Wecdoi.s pardui, in their dealings with 'the u.kinot'lhe J I., King of Sardinia. .
ask candid to whether he ; to peifiTiioii. The fruit was large and Maria Adelaide of Savoy to the Duke of
who iI1.1hiit.tl..1 cultivated prior to the I any say PAYS BAM-and that the people of England
13th d.'v \p..ilI813.. been Mnwn into a cnntiovtrs-y ... excellent a nOli!'. [ibid. will never ullnw our Ministers lo eincl a Burgundy, grandson of Louis XIV. f .

The-ih: section of that act grants prci f provocHtion.*' Tbeti, was no necessity! ( I I r'J1tJ.lo fur the worst of causes, 'Royal Louis XV.
Carolina Silk and its
all .tu.II settlers 1;i'controversy be Ia.h nut, and otnnnl Manufacture. whose will i is be Louis the Dauphin.
rntptinnt to ;" previous to tyr bony, over a nation, H to
the 11;! day ..f Apiil IS 1-1. 1ft the Colonel Ixull I pule what: 1 said in fi-nme to him, t'. have in our possession... a pair or'III... I lee: and to have: a national existence." Louis XIV. Louis XVIII. Charles X.
kiii'_'<, the ir.iti' of"I..1, raisnl '
which t11111' I
was necesvirv to mv, own ciil
examine the! which I refer be,1 -
: panes to -
will find where their right: of pit-emptiun I In re latiun to this c.nm! of rinia.lo: that'I 1
aacconf rne.l., I soniculut Mirpii ini! tb< This conlitir* the Colonel's ten years in Ciercial C.,M, that hr is endr .coring lo S own band ; which every oiif lo wum I i Tunis had; made treaties with France. From week at Canandaigua in this state, where ho

which the pre-enlItIlll: "'.Ii I' j"flt..i.u tin* that to be f..uI.I"III. n huh II IIM Ililll t.lf have shown them I pionouiuo: .pirticiilaily !I 1.1 letter addressed! by the ;mister of FoieignAllairt was hospitably entertained at the house of

[|,,'ri..II."hH'.m| l the J.I l uf :Match ISll l and sented' to lie United $:ale<,' C" inmts. They certainly are beyond any to the Ch imbrr of Commerce ul' Mr. Morris. Mr. John Gregg, a respectableScotch '
.. !
lint we had 'formed of tho tfl'CliCjIl
'\1'1111 lsji.( '1'.. piove. his us cilion that !:nd uilvjrated tbe continuation of.': If l' Mfiseillii, from w'licii' we nuke the following Gentleman, who had fur some time
this I'uhllr..I",1 reached. .
when h > arrived at Washington he ft und I I be so man) objection* lo this. \'ilc. cud iIrrrstinr extract, wo learn what were tins conditions resided in Canandaigua left there last
tli it the I.ri-ctu111ion law li lill.i4h them
fiom ,the lint-st of
bier ten yens: MitcesvjxeU'' ',' he has; pioducrd hiniMlfio 1 bernnlr' nistriinieni.il; ) in mci' : specimen Consul) and Clurcc J'r.ITlires islo bo appointed way of Franco, and was furnished with a
approval ? He cuulII.t" c th' t fcnul: u "" 11 hosiery, and they entitle onr fair: the of France letter of introduction from Mr. Morris the
"Ia.allh' ,..)'s i iI a lepoil I .,1'I I the ('4)i11 ,, : by King lo represent to
mittce on I pubi! l.iinU in January 1 '\J!4.1uw I.- his client owned I it, IHI in'ile lulls:: vvie t lu er\ .CH''U praise for palriuliiiii and him at th.it regfucy.i Duke. On the arrival of Mr. G. in Paris,
'-nuitv. Sm h in
: if tliis auilioiitv i i is good .I'orany. thin?, it uitied. to niouiil.tiiK, us 50! n .i" it P .! lh' the n specimen of,silk our cultivation'o-ih.ioii; i "As S,MU as the conquest of Algiers! was. the Duke had become a King. The letter

i i. only ;.,...I fur oneu.'. If it ,pio\e, any into other t."II.s.-l.lke! the ingenious l ; State.praciiciibilny Camdin Journal. ,, certain Rear Admiral Rusamel. or.ft'red was however sent up to the Palace, when it
thine it proves only one, ins:',.lal mil'tin nIlu.1 astute Ailoiney. in the contest wi'.li the our lo pioceed Tiipoti, with a division of cursiav.il was no sooner read than an officer of rank
rrjrrtions ofa pte-emption Ijvv. Hut I Isle,, t6t:1.usg: : ol, OWIHT''jltered the.. ; force, to demand satisfaction fur its was despatched for Ir. Gregg who WHS very y
think I will show tl. it it proves nothirg to the \In three nrtv tit itinu of lie Tiniado all'.ir 1SJ3 the mail wit from 21 to 2c<> days in causes of complaint against:: the Pxchj und kindly received and on bis departure warm i..
purpose. The pill Alabann for which Cjrner.il I.is: rui'l \\'n .1 new !) pa ".It' hrtueen the city of \e'v'orl to obtain. it by arms if the Tripolnan, Go.I ly invited to mike his homo at the Palace

it pre-cmpuon bill w.it leqnrsted i it situated Calculated 0..11! tioiibileis miMiJet! lo -. New Otleans, and \cry irrt'gnlareven ,I %eminentJionld! refuse it, and in the sum of"Ion i his return (rom Scotland.
wiibiu the Territory acqu'ued t by the Treaty between. Si. 11.ulnllli the App. t IIII\ I In 1800 the ..IIUC mail i: which the Fiench Government had endea.oied Jour. of Con.i ...
of IbOJ, asa part of Louisiana.! In IM'Jhe Kivei n't.iu: I.) the. case of i but 17 in its "passage! : amid airives with the : lo combine the redress of its own

had received her jite-empliori' Lau; a- LI'JIJi.Co.. jiud John F uhes V ('o. .lte 1 regularity: In 1831, by recent :: giievances with the satisfaction which the i Louis Philippe's Body Guard.-The new
ms MIn. these several ,MVI not un ori :: : 'enittiits made: by the PoslmasIN.'n. i' of Christendom also
pce.ibly' fo the im.iiiable usage of the :; general interests re sovereign for the French has for hit bodyguard !
(ioveinment for mose: than twenty years.-' title paper '''"'ro pudnced, all were .. which are to take efl'rct. on lie .first day j, quired.This. a corps of a hundred men, who enrolled -
II.ivu., once received the benefit of tlr:'t fi'im H ivnna.. Tite only ol.j*'( lion to January next, the mail will pass between !I I mission has her attended' with complete themselves voluntarily during: the .

I.w. |JJ"r ajijdication. for a second mi:ht be fend iIm inferrnrtfionl' ir, i i., thai ii will C pl.ures in M days. success. The .Pacha of Tripoli, with three days convulsion, and appointed their

rejected wiihuiitan infraction' of the 'Ul\ cri- el.li..I.refilled. by the record.' In one I I out our being obliged to compel him by I own officer Their dress is H round jacket
;able usage: of the Government I,* and) so the 'neailv all wfn cipis from'rst\ / ",. lie coffin of Col. Willrlt, who died recently 'force, signed on the llth of last month a I and a hat bearing the words 29th of July;"
and ill tin oilu-r it was Mated as nn ut the city of New York, was nnde wf I piece* i j by which, expressly disavowing the I achieved
Committee, J treaty the
thought a< will :'pj>ear from the J Jri nnd a medal alluding to victory
',.ort I Your Committee Inlieve wli.ittxer 1 tion that ibo origind is! were not 11Iu.Jltf wood!, colic-clod by himself; nuny years J, calumnies of which the Consul of France 1 on that day, is suspended across their breast.At'a .
r,' if The! (jrneial proceeds' wild a laboied nr faun difle'rent revolutionary battle I i j had) been the subject ; he has engaged to
t mi ht
Url '
1 ln\e necestiiy, or exjifdienc\! inriit; ;.),,-iinsl Ins old rlii-nt I I'tillado, The corpse in compliance with a writ 10 the kine a letter of apology with dinner to Mr. Hume, at Glasgow -
opfia| '<| lu'ii-iofo-e: indiicing Conjicss: i givrn
stet the illcn the deceased, was h.ibitul. which led
toT .in : !hIttti.ruleraiii the s .s most fofiunl+l tile obj" rtllncstof I j jregaid lo the c'nctimstancrs to lie slated that he had visited one of
pre-emption :L ,liiat tbe piimt inrined| ) a put of the IUr a complete suite of ancient citizen* apI I I the retirement of that agent and to pay die |i eslahhthmcnts
their manufacturing -
I'-Mir' l.irltl most
I l that have since,
Ihll'y long: ei-; '
d ''its :e'ul.l. md I-jnd! of St. Uo>a.-\o\; : including an old fashioned. three cor- sum of 8OO.POO fr'.nrs to make good the where he learned that a woman
* ;j.i b ere anv djierjiion.: Colonelbiiu: ,>I) hrlpt: } n> that tliesi pan of the crane ..i h.ll. which had been preserved for that demands which iho French had against the I]I would
1193 figure,
agh tambouring occupy
ill his !nned! criticism; Circular (
flU ny
(ixiludid fioui the confirmation of the o. It is! ('Jtimah'cllha1 ("cr.aIIIaOlI- Regency of Tripoli. These two conditions !
C1IIf O i, aii'l I think; lit twill not situ-nipt to t m... net of Cosign :a< :4JJJ! May; 18JHf .... .. I persons passed through the house for have been already fulfilled' ; the letter ofl I 13 or 14 hours earned THREE Eg PENCE '
ri'nv I Wrj
ih.il it li bfen tilt in\ iti.lilr i of
Ii", is ; us.rje ,tbe pMiis contained l m 1 p.iu| .\. ,\;. (?' > purpose of viewing: the remlmains. I "Icur. conceived in (the most explicit !
ij .yes iniu-nt te) :ti"inl bo'li!"', ;:f.'o.n: ami
Admiral Ros-
,tbe II Ir'e nieiniiiiied the Corsi nis. was immediately* delivered to i j i An article which WM prepared for this wr.k'.
;i' e' i.iptions' to allo actual "riltatvithln 'I',.,! (*en asks ctsltshi.stit: .Jhy! ",lid lb. I IffoAiMfffwlih* I linen ilaleil in I i| a11Itl! ; and the Pacha at the sane time }I I Gazette ia reply to the Chronicle relative. to the
the T.! c IiI..:.\ nrquued l It y tie.1 cession (il (fii'Ciioii of the original title pjpcii' dlall ',' .. of the papers, that the ether of his pliod in his hands the half of the stipnUted MigirtratM Court, convened in this City last week
Lu'ii'iiMi. If ho iloiiStU on tin snibjert an) di-gicp.: the character (f use claim .. ., held the office of:M.irsh.d; ) of Fiance bOO.OOO) francs HS well as M bond for 400,000 t I to examine into the eircBnwtancrf atUndmjc accidental .
!14'1!lii'n took at he Lfjislaiion ,)f Congress: XVI. The National Gazelle'' 20th of December next. death of the afro woman bdoapaf Dr. .
pail of the Day; and) Iiand of St. Louis payable; on Ihe Law.... ia aaavoidabljr poctpoaed aatil oar ext.KTYVe .
far the benefit ofartual M'ttlc I\ in Lo..isi in i, I ansTvcr. no, and iherelore Congress; did. "r.1 the following: extract from an auto- I "By other articles of ihe treaty, the Pacha : bays rcirtd a communication relative to
A kins;**, )Missouri AI.halllt1. unit Missisri. ronfuin. I hem. The hale tenor of lemur taken from tie files of the late .i>| formally renounces for himself aud his successors th. rN. of the Clerk of the Superior Co.1tAD .

slg' i. \\0" there any food lerson why the communication seeatsto bo intended to Biddle, Esq. of Philadelphia which I the right of sending out el'\& sen"gRin.I be interview ha ned.with. the author ia requested before it caD

tilers:: of rorid.! should not enjoy: a run an impression llmt they were dale! Mount Vernon, January 51st, :j any Christian Power which being at .
area which had tern and addressed a Mr. Lucas I..- : with tho should on its part ---- -
pririlryf Kralftr'to Why need I argue any thing,: morn upon is to i %ar Regency 1ar Inr IntrlU mrr.
the Itt/I",, vf JtOttit'ona and othrrmtttiif :subjtri 17110 lepoit ol thin: ': who had dedicated to iho General abstain from the exercise of this right against t
tar (HI'ntry acrj'iired by the treaty nf on' the loiter of Mr. Overtoil, the fact of poetry. I Tripohtan merchantmen. II* renounce no PORT OF PENSACOLA DEC. 4.
tk'utjnlcizhl hundred and three f* I late friend and! chest of the 1 Di-legato. was ; 'It behoves me to correct a mistake in I lets expressly, any augmentation of the actual .
tbv "',tthers of this Territoiy lifter all the u''It'd.!' : err i.lllllt'r.rc the Con'mitte", printed address "1ft the patrons of IhtJ number of his ships ol war, a list of ARRIV .-Nov.27th. Schr. Glide. Walker,
C..lont.i'Ili. Marshal of France nor which has been delivered to us. lie abolishes Kay West via Tampa Day aaaorted car jo, Northern
scllconiiiicn.l.itionof .. leceiv-, blurt ( ougrrki.: Are they so stupid as aris. I am no ; Prodace lo the muter.DEPARTVKE8.No.
ell mn-c; thin Ih.at common piivileL'e: nnder to underst .ud. or so corrupt as lo voio I bold any commission, or fill any office in 'his dominions the slavery of the ,.. S9tb Brig Lexinftoa.
''ie' invariable usage, of the (; cvein- tint land,,. ,Ir llu United Slates upon prel that government or any other what- Christians ; the tributes, present, or dues, Hopkins New Iberia Loouiaaa, aMorted cargo to
I( under whatsover name imposed, on Euro.pean the niaater.Scbr. j.
1n'n'l' .
L 't Colonul White say they ha\o ed cUinikl If so, guardians ought to bo
of Elizabeth, Fcnjth. New Orleans, earn,
if he P *n, and, I will show fiom the Book pointed for them. .IVrlups n 'sense 1 Governments ; and the monopoly 10 barrib5. beef 20 barrels mackerel.sad 40 half do..
th it they have received loss by a donation mipht,: bf spared from the Nucleus of ., .-M. Morel, a French naturalist, commerce. lie binds himself not ohljr togive bj Joaathaa Hopkiaa.
of fi tO acre of land to every actual: settler hassee, to reft'iUtr tint ignorant and presented the Paris Academy Sciences j to foreign vessels which may be wreck
Inri cultivator of the sal: being the huid of body culled "Con ;r"1"! It appears to work on the influence of light, ia which ed on tho coasts of the Regency the necessary lII"frtlsmmtLI7TOWN

*' family rlc and ha\intr: no wVi'ten rxidincrof that there i is no Im.dl; degree: of shows that the animalcule common to assistance and succor, but also to make
titan the of in which vegetable or animal matter good the value of the effects or merchandise MEETING.-Tbeotinn* of Ptaa-
17th isjl. what the
U'I1U' day July leipmed to pronounce I eels are nqtMtud to cwt al the Coffee Her '
But dues the Colonel rely on n.unfavora. Ihu United Slates wish all the in maceration, would not be dovrh'P1" in which may have been pillaged, and to pay II,. F. Collins, .a Taeadaj anmwe* at 4 .'.clocktor -
ble' report of thin Committee on theuM'e| : before them, upon a full and deliberate absenco of light which d absolutely flues, as a reparation, for Clio murders which tbe pirpoao of Ukiaf lab' em-ideratioa the boat .
lands to how that a pre-emition; law h .dbeen vrsiifation hivo confirmed *' to their existence. may have been committed on persons beloag method for the fattprevwneal of the aavifasiem .,
Esamba sad C..eeu t
I ing to the crews of those thips.
rejected by Congress If he does: The Generar" optics mal be sharp -
be may as well consider the favorable n to see "inconsistency in saying in a Tho oath of n lover is no stronger than The Bey of Tunis, by a /, signed on TO REJHV-A assail DweUfrfHeeae j Ia the
po"'l my both the the 8th had contracted per part ef the CdT. sJta Ie for a mate Faaury.
of. the same entnmitter. as giving the : i! where he acknowledged the influence of word of a tapster ; they are I Aug.identical with the above engagements and this f Dec. 2d. 1130. 8AML.FATTrEaOW.PENSACOLA 4 r
tlUD of'Congress to the i'rc-ein1)tiun IJwr.; Chairman: of u Commute overwhelming rmen offalw nckoninr.-SAal-ttlrt. absolutely ,


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IF j :- TTartrtg.erome The Princeuet i /OrUax*.-We have been .''' tfiuigflt1. S1Jltrrtf.mtutJJ. StllfnU .

assured by persons who have just arrived -

AAtcdo* oJ Bouparlt.-PreyiousJy fron Paris that the female branches of the tickinra; daffield rote, point and mexican bl.takdJJ; NEW GOODS. J. O'Neill. .,
J. AIBRIOHT'8 COLUMBIAN SYRUP.AKIMLD1 rmtvia; bagging and ball received b the c
the of the of he French are in the bemp rope. schootstt ri .
f to hb elevation to sovereignty Jerome family King Fo..a
ilstlf to boxes and .
wkicbbas proved tupernr Fashionable Clothing ; 2 and 2traaka I ,now opeaiaf a .
I Bonaparte led a life of dissipation, at Paris, habit of going unattended to the shops of r any .(the Panaceas fur tic cure of ready made clothing comprising black. sooable dry hoods. .C..I, i 5h.,,. ...r"

and was much in the habit of frequenting thep4 their trades-people to purchase any lillie .l ... fallow. mg disrates, Cut bloe and olive dress coat and pantaloons; blue, olive hate added Groceries ., I. i

Theatres, and other public places uf amusel -' articles that they may want, which they pay NkCROaiS, (affection of ike b..e..) KING'SEVIL and oxford mixed frock coat; black silk, bombazine. hicb they, will ol. H.r.a, !

I l meau He had formed an intimacy with : for at the time, and carry homo with them ; ("SCROFULA,) Waiifa ULCtHS SWMUIIC 1CA7ICERUUS. toi........ .alnc a. white and bar marseilles ve.taplale -, haiije or ( eap. 6thIL 11.I.OR fr c.k .r i j
a diuveieiale ; and ranVd linen and cotton abirts; linen C univcrvstc
J I that time in for their let them bo s.nt even to the
IOme authors at vogue I I refusing to LIVER sod BILIOUS COMPLAINTS' ; velvet and silk flock, IM each sailor* -

.. wit and aDd reckless gaiety. On the en'n.I carriage, if at a dUtance. unless they are of RIIEU.IAT1C auctions II' the.bead k SYSTEM tout ffM"Ck.Dd brown Cotton shirt;2 d
t ing after his nomination to the crown of some weight, or two cumbrous for them to c'. r.lI.y : cloth and velvet.a roandjacket; T doz. he">y atinett I Deah County :IP baa. I." i, C.

Westphalia, he met two of his joviul companions carry wilh propriety ; and if they purchaseany LCLK3, of ihe MOUTH and THROAT. in the and velvet cord pantaloon 3 d< r. chcaji. velveteen 3feefbe.d |16 ("tl a'I'iisch..s-ki "'2'l "Vb

: just as he was leaving the theatre. thing for the Use of the Queen, they ir.- SYPHILIS:: ,of and MERCURY.all other diseases arising cloaks.and corded ve.U; camblet and Unin .plwd Inches. will b sold low for. cask .erT ltf| .
improper use .
: 'My dear fellows,** said he, "1 am delighted variably speak| of her as 'Maman.1: ,If As a general' depuraiive article or cleanser ol 15 Hexes of H-U, romprijinj bca\cr, note, apply' to | ve4

:;: to see you I SUDDOSO you know that I haven blood this remedy rxttiesses invaluable qualities, cantor and coram fur; merino and common uool ; -- YANBAUN \ILS
t2 been created king of Westphalia 1" "Ye, 1 Tho Duke of Brunswick we perceive ly jmmi'io5es the appetite' and has alto the po.er a.sneffect all nf Superior workman*lil" 'jtKfNu1eu: 'hUUfl :
( that taboos t -
skin yellow bia Tl
of tIme u the
sire, and permit us to be among the first ; the Court Circular, went down to Brighton lint whah depriving is so common: HI bilious (oiittiiuiN 5 Boxes ol S.iiitilcry. roniprising Con :5 fret connty on hl 'hl.tat a ., .

to.-" "Eli what you are ceremonious to see their Majesties ; and by the sanai I i J. ALHttlGHT tltmrn and ladies plain and richly wrought' saddles; r.or: to 1}.Int'f.,. ofage. lie, blak. trlni.a

t mrthinks ; that might puts were I surround ,( document we see he has come up to tows j|I hdgdeIpAia.. plated plated double half :bit and and vingle bnuloun rein mouiitiu portomeseuth- black bridle and; and tha the belong u, Mr. (a.b.'ochenan. i JOI '

ed by my court ; but, at present, away with agiin. It i* not laid he taw them.-The), The proprietor. in offering hisSfiivr" 'CULVMUIAN of the' russet race *nain OIn.
lew tn North Carolina
!,1 form, and let' have the same friendship, the Morning Herald say, that his Majesty .he.' lo the puMir, furnishes a tesll.. and! hunt,maru bridle: black and rn*.,t heart mar- i andthal the II CC.nDa
the in him
remarkable cities, perfoin.e.l 'by same taking. I. Mitsissi i
,.J same free and easy gaiety as before ; and dine' the interview in these terms :-"Thc :' sues, elite tupenur remedial powers at ji'en Inn I tmgalex; cotton and won..tr,id *ir inglr: ..: *.idtlle! baga : that he e.se.apeml. from hi,;master pi of l.a _Itl.
'. < now let's be off to *pper." Jerome upon ,, King, as a piivaie man, would receive the .y tespeciable $pertwnt tesidinf in different p.fI'I I and nliece"collar; picket liarne halterilrjy bridle leather; cirtaddlecart .Alabama.:. Ihreo weeks *mce.etlto The au D.. :"

.jLLg this, took his friend to one of the best Duke, but as King of England: and brotherof of Ihe United Stales, as a just merit dec lo ihetsar girthj riding wagon aud whip; shrill!' ; russet eon,. (orwa,. prove property O. r .
; wngou pay eisp,
f i restaurateurs in the Palais Royal. The trio the 1 latu; King, (hat would be impossible *. at well as being he means of conteyinf lo 39! Boxes Shoes Bro-r-n; anti Boots and take him away "rhf'" l la h wil, tee ,
I slieir fellow creatuiet who' are timilail) afflicted Ihf law direct. hENRY dlt
f chatted and lutghed and said and did a for his Majesty !" sure, speedy aud tfTeiiual r."d-.a.r. th.liiiauv ompr'me women' fine prunella ..1"'I! | pcr* and .h.m, nlf'nl.AII SS.t. J NUNKSHato .: .J.in.

u; thousand of those foolish thing which, H"hen me ticin.t .'f.I HIM tune distributed aooal black and bronzed morriM-ru alip|",rr: .. walking. shoe. _- ------ I.I
She held forth diseases and au. rj.in trap' and vamp; ..bor*; mit%.< more ----- -
.Ieli h.ul. decisive to cure ,
Unpremeditated au Coisci:4tion The King of Spain his taken measures country spas.whith -
; turf Dave not the slightest influence, some rtKTO.kid and Colored prunelh I slippers, ansi boot: I 'Otfttn.
; ) it may be supposed, was not kept up against th" Hai titty; the priests being of which they had tried pieiot to the use of the thild b'* Iignt kni., murrocro au'l cloth boot; incn'o -

without drinking. When the wine began to was oily employed against him.1bbtrttrrmtntn.. syrup, MS stay be' seen by heir own aiietlaions. fine ""I lf nhor. I..n- ntid bonN, hcel'd wnlkmp -

take effect, ":'Iy good friends," said Jerome, '1 lie medicine' it so highly repined by some nf I litphysicians and spring: dnn! .ing ;jiuinjx: leni'<* kip and calf lined WESTERN DISTRICT OF rLORlD\.

; ",,'hy should we quit eack other If --- -- ----.---- (or the' cure of various diseases, thai ltlh and bound ,.!...e.. anet l brug.i: *; men's! utout kip And I Barr .tuehenel.ss l and Co. vs. Iass *

: of proposal shall you. I ( proprietor's own knowledfr, ten' gentlemen of I cnlf pegged aiil I... w, d lirogan*. kip and calf boot. \
appro\e You my Cshall you be accomp.iny ____.-;-----=- the medical faculty were' indured lo try i il in .1.. I 'sweet pergtd aud nailed; tout. cow InJfc and kip "ci's o f KerKitsAD II. >ihr decease.. Ese.:tl".Superior !
--- ,
me. my secretary ; ease, lo which they Hieuitdves had been subj,c negro' shots.S I Court, Pmsacola, \.v. f i.S. 1
as for you, Pwho are fond of books, I [hi. .\. II DAY. otTers 'Inn profewionnl *emce" and found great benefit from its use ; one pariiu( I Utiic", 1 cr to, anti' 2 casks taf II'trdwtrt'. 4-banter,. """* "

appoint yon my librarian." The arrange to the Citizen wf Prnnacyla: -Ollire iiri tlr West ;any, residing in AUenlown N. J- wl.ote' dissolution comprising aiiHi''i nery variety of fine cutlery hou. It PI'| pe.ain- to Ihe Toiirl that she unknown Ii,..

ment was accepted. and instantly ratified of Colli V Hold. Nov. )(). 1KIO -\I. was Ihrul. ..",1 by a svveie attack of liter com 1 billet ware, Mid finmture store me.t.urr", weight*, .( Ferguson II \i",.. ere not inhab"lnllf't-
plaint, whuli had pretiously resisted' hit own treat scale. aud l eain''; carp'-uN'Manil. joiner tool*; build-' 'I| fenitorr. it is onlereii thai the
over a fresh bottle champagne. At last COP.\RTNKIISI: III P. The Subscript having associated meat, wag in the course of a few weeks retloied' 'i jilt ni.neri.il: pi int.ition iiiiil| .iucnt. *; .hlj. k"ulllhtI j j peir Mini nntwer the' peid. Bill! of Complaiut 1.. ,.d.

the party began to think of retiring, und JAMA M. t'tu, wilh h..n. the Itutsiucst 'I, Hie eejoymenl of peifcct health.The 5,5\il.! ; I.lark nUll brighti i < **.; K'HM-m.tkerx: foists; I''I lM.f.re ihe trsl M..nrta, nf April; 't" Ihl.r

called fur tho bill. Jerome produced his will hereatfet l I.e titduried under ihc film account! which have been received finnvMfruts : schenal .fttationnn ; ,....I.ln..1I.'r" lock' : nru..ri.'Jn.\ :|I i't.lecalion l 1'r niH-le in some sd-iJ.

.. purse ; but the king of Westphalia, uhovo of J. O'NEILL k ('0.. .! lie "id i .,-..". ia different purls sir the ('..inn. speaking. ..(. enliels r", ** cut anl null. %a.v*; r.t'p-4. iil>* amid -.i<.\ I .1.1 Dittricl once n ...1 for f-t.r Nt.'r-pr
< O'NEILL. ....I. UxiN. .,....11',1 .hr .... k.-tMr.: Irtlter: ami. RIO.:
Nov.; !lId lr 30. the good effect pioclncrd by ihe tyinp, vie suHi i ; c.smjHls| ; r.
loyal had not as been,.tahli' hed( r.LTZrL.
treasury yet % I
lien trace 'un MSCOII and cart ru-a iron bo\c. cj-t i > .'enil.er 27H
this ci ;
-- ---- --- --------- I li> compile "I tune an octavo volume c.I lpardi ; IhU-3.
on a regular fooling, could find only two NEW (iOODS SAMUS.L PAITM 'OI!' hat just .. of two bundled. pM"i-t 10 .'uuRll".a'I'.1I steel ass<- 'bundle of iron l.ull"l: u UP.ltillr Urn.; tV.

louis, which formed but a smdI portion of recei ed tr.n New York wild New Oi leant a Urgettoiimeiil : .I In- urrs f ", r'o\vliri'.r-iieci\: | a I'isloN. x\iih jot'lni H.I U..II"jr, n.| Cta.ho. Thompson tsd
( Goo.U, tu'llei! In tin riit ,?,aio.. ., '' j t Thompson. I. Aiuchineot.
two hundred francs, the amount "f die res o pir .. The 11..lfll of the Columbian Syrup, are jndieliusly a complete; fhooting ap[ arittiH In each. I I In.ll.i' i case ."I has been (ntliruleif '
tauratrur's demand. The new dignitaries liich he II opening on 1'.1.0.' Hieel. two .M.rhrlow prMporiiiMU'il., and aiUpUn In the, age amitien 4\"'t'1 ie.ln Lncli' 'if.il S\\,.hdl! hun, and the Uefrr.danl is requited to by, "a"mrl'
:; Ilir City Holrl where. hi* (rir..
  • ;; tyklem. Il it so peifecilyiiinocri tli.ir mould and cmt steel ciwtbar lo the declaration.orcmt 1a
    *. 1",1
    t by clubbing their wordly wealth, could will Cud WlioletMle. nml ItHail Dometiitf.. FancjGoods. permnu 'u-
    I, that evil' efeeit
    no need be .
    apprehended >
    'li. and nail ned. t I > J
    gusts tt nou >er i'h .
    :. miutor about three franc. What was to be Nejro Ciol h., M hrje assortment 0(I rail., ;irom il. when iken agirvaldy" lo the tliteclmnt I, -- -!19w1.'ISTIn : _
    done At one o'cUck, in the morning made CLimbing Huts and Cap Boot, ShoS amiBri.gant. II may I be given without shy apprehentmn, to the :2! Inns ul lIullor..u', "uml'ri..in! ntomplrti 1: : : DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.
    Hardnie', Bur lion. dierl. Nil,*. (' vortnii-iit, of er n/lidc ol" the.
    most lender infant nr treble. adult.' 'r.I".1 I .
    t where could I UV Disirict.
    hc found tern : Jackson
    resources ? It was Superior C 'art.
    Hollow Ware, lie. CioeUery and GI.s" Ware. ;MEDICAL It&tulIMspissrs.s. :'U ki'q.n! nit n oricti sizes

    at last, deemed' expedient) to send for the Cotton Bagging and Unlr IWe. Sugar *n,l Coffee.Brandy .Ir. John Ilinikle, '. ...... 'it| Aluuxlon% .Nurio.loniighij to VO eli lIrae"cutbriul.* do do 10 .llCdv. |:: ((l.csiss faquir, and, .eomplainaut K Richard.rdl'.C. Allen Rome
    I Joseph .d in .
    ,p master of the house, and. to acquaint him Wines. Whiskey. A- Frrth Teat and %f.n crt'."' 'y com It. I.... ol ..Ic.....iiou i.fihe nmuthmil 4 keg \\rnught nails t4, 1".I. ami I PJ! .1... i appearing to the I.D that the Chinrerj.IT
    how stood. lie Loam S"jfar Tu".c.'o. Shot mid I Lead. lliioxl.: Mild v.oleiii' mil, 3 Iluxf ol Tin \Varr Coirt Ol'rudut re-
    n.iliini ollheetethe. *- comprising: a grneral "/r m this Territory but are not inhabiUats
    frolic in good part, and merely requested to ; _Pensisrela.Nov 26th. 1830. diu".r (ts't) !te.r.t ..,1 time" suit purl of 'the. \ariHy. lid Di-tnct ; and 'he* have I fil..I.o anwer the

    "k now the names of the geritlemcn who had l COARSE A.NU FINK HALT.-sous.ck. i.'; thro..| mid loot of the luvnih. that it 1.,1 b.p.tIme 27 l oxiJ.tpnnned' "'are, eom..ri. in1! (omplitU.- QI'* li herein. It I therefore ordetcd,

    done him the honor to his house. ,.I.| ij S\MUKL PA'I1 KltbON.November :: bones and nMile Us way into the ..n.e.-Mi. Limp" rn.ndte .te'ks. muflerv and Trays Sigu.il; : and that unle'.they' apf.er l J. ',on or I before t first daj
    sup at 27th 1830. M-iy Pelemoii. of \\ ilminglon. Del of conninieoSrr IWket J.II" rn*. Fruit and Hre.id: Di..he.. Burnishedand f II..- next term <>f this Court to b in Marvin
    l *'I am secretary to the king WeMphalia." ( ,,liila. under nbicii she l lHinred nearly three.eart. Gilt, Waiter*. .llrr.1111": .r.l.otuar llote :'. un the firm Modday of Nnwl'mbr next. and
    ".-\'u'llibrari..n' his .ed :U., .li..irelt She iMd exirntitv crufnloiit nlrerali Pint tier u
    to majesty. "Excel- : SUHAnJul' rrcn on ct'n ijriiintMil i n> Tumbler Tea 'aui'ter. Flour flutes, .NrM ofTriitikii. \rer CofiipUiaanfa bill; name will be ulraiurconf
    lent !" cried the restaurateur who now set of Pmigar. New ("iej)', *.Ii Kh will tc told Ml ... llie: ,left side of the net k ilow it l. hei .Ue*.l ; ihi !-l'lttOlun.| >upt aud Milk cup, ., Dre"mg .. old the matter thereof deemed ac-

    !his very low .urice' for ca.li. hrr.1 tery mu. I b vnlMiged ; I her led' arm swollen l'.4. Nun.e l.imp*. rc.rdinIy ; it it fnrther ordered that a copy Si
    : 1. customers down as sharpers, "and that n Inso: e.l ti.'i-it,4. wnd I her 1.,1"| .. the. .
    KAMl'KL J'A fleeted order be
    I tide re I'.iinl, Oil iiul (;1.icc. "urelliIP Lend this r"bli"htd in some one o(the e-sp4-
    .. noodle yonder is no doubt the king of Wrst- Peni.coU. NOT. 26lh, 'IB-'JO: biiig.... on tie shouliter. a...1 vi.ieiii pain In 1..1"fr. in 2 i and 51 lb. kegs. Grltuud'erdi rill in :II A. .1 lbcuitcr. per printed in the Territory for two loootbs part>
    phalia himself" "Precisely" said Jrrome"t fieneral Thinness Sny4er of Kheuaialo *. Lither.iff. Blatk I'ilill''hifill .ivclv. H. 31. DIIACK EN: RIDGE..fW/f.
    ( Putty.Venetian
    "1 the ; COTTONaimU: to pun h*'e A TllOUrf .ietii-Miol. the I''lfcl. followed by... obstruction ol' : THO n tjzr.tu Solicitor for Cotnplasnaat.AuvsZ .
    am king Westphalia.. ( rnlll' | Red Spanish Brown, Lamp Blurk (alue.ireI '.
    mile iiodiiU
    AND n.! of Cotton. Ai'i-iv, n ; seteie pain in the .
    :t' upper jaw enUnJ..nf U. 13022niVF.STf.RN
    rnf'n._ you ate plcad&l llo facetious. hut we SAMUEL: PATTERSON.FAMILY : fiomlhe n..e over the cheek bones : lhecne'.kt Lend r"mme.'I""C' \ elloxv.V'npiit's best -_ --. -
    dsh,11 O t"<> Brup bah .
    se. presently how tim commissary of ---- S4Jlbulll. liiiuure Hard .shuI.il.iig high stale '.J nitUmmaiiwn.. ; _Mr. Va'entme Copal) \' Tol. Imt. Turpentine DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.
    FLOUR. inll.h.i
    police will relish the joke." "For heaven' street Finuly lour.fvr t sl le 'liv iructlon.Boiael of the of UIet-raUulI..1 lo.. Stir ,lell "0.1111,0" !kegs fpiuipo\vilcr' I lOOCnnni! ,ters do. Superior Cour Escambia: County Pensacola. Oc-
    same : of smell .. -
    sake exclaimed Jerome, who hc.tn to :: >o.. 1830. J. U NCII.L &r o. luething' and ,.. difficulty. 30 B.I ,' B.iliimoio iind I'hil.idclpliiashot.I'rovinioiK tuber' 2.M. lUi.
    tevvre iu II ( the .,". ...-Ml", VdiimmDaroefland
    the aspect of the, affair, "make no (iE lLf\U\S:: r.AslllON .\BLK. : CLOIIIIM i ;Musirk't wile, ton and din;hier ; .Mrt Mn.ick i (.roci-m ic's :md I Dvo Slulfs.- Thomas Innerarity Dar.Corplennt.' l.ln'u.*. In

    noise : since you doubt u\, I leave you mv' J. O Neill & t:... tuvejusl re.ri'etl from Nrw Yor Oiionic llheumniism. with wl.irh the had been 10 HI.-! Boston Moss I J.e 15 Bhls. do. No I Irer "'HI day came the.complainant by hit CbDr..r.t Conel.nd

    watch, which is worth ten time the amount via.. N.w OiUaut: "I.l i... supply' 'il f (,ete'os'. ifflicted. upwardt o: tiiieen year ; her ton o( tcaldead IU Half ItbN. Diamond ". .*>&). do No .l.I it appearing 1 the palinfactionoflhe Court.by alfida-

    of your bill ;" at the !same timo civing the 6.!. CMUinjr. eo.....iins,: of oprt' Blue and RUcdrrii and d ughler of trorbulic" arTetlitus: of tin i I :.I BhU. Me** Pork lUuton ins1'cction.| 2 ilo No I dod ;, tit bled that the Defendant William!

    :: host a magnificent watch which had been I I coat, HI.... black mid miked PantaliMHi, Silk turn and dill( "..rc" hum the, left e..,.Slephei.., I frfj super' White \%'a.he'd 11 am*. D 11a118L.l's .No I i Thorn Barnett, a,not inhabitants of Ihi nl.D ri
    a .Snarr t iOU or canon* aderlion ,,( II.. shin ..... 1 iackerrl. 7 do d .No V1. f. Bbl No Mack '
    : from ,, YrUvlt$ ViiK-iici.ii.% M.i.rillm. Black Silk anfincy ; .1, > : ,: J or the: Territory of Florida : II I* therpftf Or.
    present Napoleon I 'he whole of the "hm hone Mat jilo No :3 do. ) Winter > Bhl '
    Vein" tie plmu situ fulled IMKII Shuts eltrfllof : IIl'.II".II. logeihei' BbU Apple That they appear "here on or before
    i ..lich air madr up" i in the br,.t manner ani.r d with many of the tniNllei bunt. .,f tIe| loot.-MJmes | 1"JlalII DI.' !. Fiesta ('untre.Illdo Sut, erflnef Mond.iy of March next and answer the b.1 ofcom-

    Mtthod of Dcttrnyiag foctnf$.-The Journal .r"l Stile. No*. IHW. M'.Mmn, of liu r lonipUi.it m.d asthma f Northern, Flour. 5 Ib.! l.nd11tr Cracker... G i plaint bled herein the Mme will be pro roe-
    : which 5ie: bad ",.....i, ofnine, I ..ki mwil : ; eel Northern
    des Connsmances (JMtrlli-s cites a method ., tenrs..Mis. \I. eis ca rO'a fhet 1 feso. and the matter thereof' decreed accordingly.'
    of locu HHA.NDY.: (.JI.N: Ac. I I'IJK- HnlUnd (iin warranted f ulcerated' toie mould an.l Si.sirst, and his da'iihter ) ,, Butter, C Tub I-'r."I.I.1d. 7."i 11.1f d llerrmj=* .\n&it i* further ordered. that a (pdlhi. oid.rtw I
    catching l by mean of a sorl purr ; 2 1..lfl"IIC" ('o-lIa(" llraudy ; lit .liar ofktiodila., Be,id.the'. ilu"a'r. above enn 'lblrl.[ .IJHcogn.ic Brand .do. 1 Halfpipe published in ome authorized new' paper. printed ta

    dragnet, formed of two sheet, from which rt-l lou,c.tic Brandy ; IU .karreU Wliitillaltimor(- ...meraied I presciibed i.r* i>jfmp ..i.1.| jreA IIsIICIen old Hollaud. (Jm, 2 t.. n-eriAr American ah Divtnrt once a week far four mouth ...oceweull'A ; !

    they may be shaken: into boiling: water, nnddestroyed. (Ii,,. AnJ 10 LarreU New Uiigland Hum. apply 10 ,",",rUI i..1 case HIM! seiinidary ttplulil
    '.-Il also stales, that llaf'Ihen !I 1\0\t. JO'MIILI.A.: (;0. .. I In iulIC thit lestim..ny of the. menls .,f She 2 BbU ul l. Crola um. do New Knlaml do .' A n..t.I .
    become --------- -- -- -- --- --- Coliiiul.ini !i,rll.|..'.1 I '.11 n diveUed mylaNguageentirely I (ir. Cn L P."old Madeira' ""nt'. 1 <,r. ('ask ( : Clerk.
    L red and will afford excellent food t>f Irs 1..c"I'.m tIe "V'oodleouw" ) I U,. oM I iuI.TZrI.L
    NOTICE-Will be sold at Public Auctsi's, fin It.e: PrImer t* l b.e under I Sicily Madeira l..1 -
    : for pigs or chickens.. llh day of December urxt. at the .'''''flU'' ShiP. derslood by ih.o.r, S.. whnm il is intended to convey i: bon Winlr c"."" Ked old Pmt .1' Ur. 1.1".j I WESTERN DI-TRl To',nRIM

    -.. of the Suli>ctit er in the City of 1 eu,''''ol.. illfollnwinp tt effects. The. I Ifnjcih of lime the' tli-eatet haveHeen "wrf'I Malaga do 6 Ur. r-nk: cnrtliaU C of Pepj Superior Ica.bla IVnacoh

    L I.nrd O'Neill has been di'mic.1 from the pro|>..,'''. *ic : distipaied. coniire me, thai' the cures are I me nt and one each of Rode, CiuiiMtuoii Annu>M>ed November. l(, 1 '
    \\trtnnntnt. and i it ..i... Greeu. 2 CM****, doz. each Marseille'* 3.J.m..lnDr..nl
    office of Postmaster General "1'he Lot titnaleuon tio,einmenl Sheet oPI'oi' may .piopiirlv be said, thai \.Ir : surviving partner of the firuiflf
    of Ireland.! its 'ICiblion" dozt-n do
    healing rank oil.'J do 3 "Anilior"
    quililie it Among She thiS cads
    the' Public Squnrr.' known and drtignnied on I"r reme John Forbes and Company CompUinanl. u. JohnInnerarity.
    of PJ Mal.a.i Uiis'in 4 Half B .
    pies the
    plan ol' IDC Ci y by Ihe number five (:i) i*'I..I.r prekenld.iv. 1)1.rIt" "ue Francisco Daleour and Carlo Ehzahetb.:
    The Duke of Wellington it JOHN: i. M\\UEt;. M. D "ult'.r| Ch.ul..r. 4 Busr douhta! KeHued Loaf
    : doe all thenon I Catalina Juan
    appear, wilh the impro euienli ronluliup: <( not intend .. Philadelphia,, March 5. lh-J8." : sug.ar, li du Mingle do do Bote ntiued Lump do
    to oppose the extension of the OPt-llinC |Iou' e. Cal| .nl"r and Blck.milh'. Slio| t\nlu'lin Jose, and Teresa Laura nalcur. in.nt
    elective franchise to Manchester Leeds and olhrr out hontei, al prei.*nl occupied bj. Jir-. The above menlioneil Medirire can be ..iotesre.1At I ,i drum tig*. 2 csiik' .Malagn I.i"il*. 1 chest super of is,ind De|>e.trf'.
    Pouchonc G attii'a lit: lb ll .
    and miali IL II bin th-alto the Schooner Henry, u lliife' dollars per 'Ina.t bottle n| the" Snbocribers { Tea. t3ch.OUI > ondu and Juana his "ire. heirs i of John Forbes, dtceucd.DrtemUnts. .
    Birmingham. There is Gdn 1: lb each old lhss.sido! I chest'
    some talk of its who will Young
    ,, eihibil
    she now lies at Bay u .MulMo. :And all my might.titir i to any pertmi al'l'li"r.lh : 5Ib In Chancery.
    being made a cabinet measure. Scales ofcuies alluded Hjr.n lo I rn.containing UO rattles : Imfieiialdo. I. ad it
    inierett, clmm and 4 mand of. i. and In ihrWhaif. lo by Dorlor Mnyweg. THIS day came complainant by hi conn-el.
    BUcktroilli Sliwp and Tool at Bayri. VnnhallnVilson.nlli'l Starch linger, Nutmep. clovi ..I''I'I.rr. appearing to the Court bv affidavit tiled that lit.
    (Vail I \.l,. :II Bow* be.l \
    National DiSJICI1OflSTime Mulato, fotrnerlj the properly ol J rt'n..h It ii.Smith. alUpice rinl"no. Defendant. Frincwco Dafcour and CiV ta [ -
    Regent Duke Pensacola, 16lh IR2V. asia cassn.lis :It tees
    January, : large lump T.L3C'O. keg t .
    beth Camilla Junn. Catalina Sopl.ia.JuaT04
    of Orleans once .. kegs
    stranger were lump Dak-oar inf.in.. of
    1EII.MS made known the lime of tale | any t / tia JO.and Terl't Laura .
    the different characters tlditinrlion. THE: do: 12 Bute candle. tfM) Bote.
    and of other mp.(..ma'itln that may be wished will be Kiu'l i SUBSCRIBERS: respectfully inform the Sperm lad .id Francisco Dalcoor. and Edmund Depettrc .n
    tho various nations ink ....t 01. of Penarol. and the ( I oC'23 Ib: each, Manilla and Bengal dozen ed.
    in Europe. "The only upon application to A. B. ALLEN: adjacent 'oualr,. I Junii.1 his wife hears of John Forbes decea ar
    manner in which I I IVntatoU. NOT II! ih. 183O: .-3lld,. that they: have commenced business in the brick .tore. I Lemon tiyrcp, \n.nl"d.o keep, 2 doz :__each. ofI not inhabitants of the Territory of.Florida or.ofthe
    can answer your Royal ,;.... I tierkina, \\ alnnt .
    to 9. ---- Tonneily unu, by Me"" raN, II. & A. B. ,Allen pickled Mango< States bat ide in the l land u
    Jiinne i,, to repeat to you the first question MltSI1sLs SLI. IroNting; on Pnlafoand Inlemlencu: utrectn; where and Ingo.. 1 doz : I*,'pper sauce, 3 doz: each ofWalnut : Cui.r ro" ordered' that soles o..D.h"r sn

    : which arc asked among the tover.it I )h.ia'ilal! AJtuinittratrix ol P. Sanideceainl hey intend lo keeiat all tune, a foil supply of kuchM i I and Tomato Ketchup, 1 duz: each. of HeadI ,, or before II." lust Monday of) IMllppu answPt
    nations in regard to a who Is. Lorencn Bru. ""1< an are ndapted tu thee market.' I ing, John Bull nd Hanoy. sauce, I do/ each of$ the Hill of filed herein,the Mmew.llbetaken
    stranger conies ,; Complaint
    : amongst them. In Br virtue of a writ of r.. I.. to me dirertcd finn. Having rfft""t'fl l the, entue cargo ofthe brig. Adntic ''rnic ami es..ence ef Aiuhoxie, I doz each of confewo and the matters thereof' iced
    a nobleman of Spain, they ask, i is he I the lion. the Superior Com i.f Writ Flouda, I II from IWon, the suhsrriU are .a"tJI"d tunlT..r KapUrrry. Jamb and itewl l current Jelly, Ua-pbcrry, ;lir And,it in further ordered that t eof
    the first rank ? In Germany has I levied upon, and attached the following properly to tJ,.- Public, a << u..r"l.ad coMplete assortment Vinegar toh.1: Mu.urd. caper and accordingly.tlu. order: be in nome authoriZed newspaper -

    Can he be admitted into the Chapters: f In i I I of I.v.e.an Brn, to wit : P.rl..r ih. lot No of...'aMtnable. Merchandize: c'rn.sistiug in part of tie 11 Crate of Crockery, comprising Liverpool i- printed in published thai Dintrsct once.a menth foe w*

    I : France, is he in favor at court ? In Hoi. I II 113M. with the building< thereon, ulualed in Pent following ,'iz : blue' dining, breakfast. ard lea set. l ivrr month fuccefi\ey.| ,

    l ln'J. how much money I us lie/ And in I!I I cola being (S feel front on Bailen Street by H<' Dry Goods-31 Boxes 27 Bales; and'I ,1.t.1 5 ant G gUs caslort ; Ha vy rut and [figur A true
    England aho is 1 that leep 1 now occupied by Peter Suchet. I.ftl No A Trullk fruit, pieserveand jelly dishes ; richly C'J'y.Attel,
    r I comPri'inS Fancy Power-loom .
    man -Ithemrum.l II J3uft I' eighty leal hunt on Intendencia Street I., lf tUrkey J. ru""llir; "nj I wrought cut glass .i..tal.'tl; elegant cut lumblert (SEt). F. Crk.Ih.H"T. .
    mounainr rali
    : amlrh. n.\LTZFLL
    I I' deep being the corner of Inlendencia and Ta'agn "glj.Ji, ..nf'rif'iln. and freach hu... : and iuss _i. 'o Mirl.t K.*vjr ,tllnpaitn ansi cordialglasses 5ol1r
    The King of the French has granted a na tftieeu. Lot No. 219. being 80 feel front 01Bailen liur..lllOUk. mnll and awi. muilma Kin : ; | lain: ; ; english, germ..and sionl ship, lumbler; fr ispnpl'ii

    % ion to 20OOOf.1.000)( ) to the widow pcn-of''I Street, by 160 feel deep all situated i; I lee cord lat"e eheck and cambric n n.Oklin; laconel." jubi' 1I.iss( quart and pint decanters$ ; fluted wines 'liv,.. '1 I NOTICFSit week after date I shall 'Ppll
    Marshal Peniacola : alto 800 arp+ut of la..d. situated 01 inecklm' and thread ; pool I blue lea and coffee ten; goM, burnished the Honor.ibeth! rr (theeo
    Ney. By an ordinance the 2d, a I, *ke North tide (I( Goreinoi't Creek commonly' imen cimbric lace ; Irish linen lawns, and and Instie china sass; full sets of heavy .lil. of r"f'a'nJia. for Letters Administrat'Kmfwiw' ***

    pie l number of officers serving Admiral called Bayou Mulato eleven and a half miles north rich whit. and:black plain Jw.u And bordered, linen pocket |,k fi ma ware, ellis lea and ciflee pots do do heavy ,, .) on the estate of John Caaly pfir.ttPJitd.

    Dujxrrc't fleet, are promoted. I 'mom Pentacola, and hounded. follows : Nntthby flat. white and worked veiN lace: vnln; bobi- btitlannia lumbleis; painted leas, coffees L C.tacos; BENJAMIN JOURN.GAN.rH.f.ul.i .
    I green muslin'
    Public Landing South) said Creek. last gauze ; worked County Nov. Crfh 1830. CtNOTU' ;
    by by collar, cape and points .. blue and painted ...r and batint; II.. enanv j :
    ; uflely, satin and
    Land o( Pedro Sam and West Land of Pedro gauze .
    A corps of 1500 volunteers left Brussels rhilil..... I shall proceed lo sell by. on Tuesday ihr4ih riuo garniture shawl ribbons; raw silk broclia. thihct, and me- 1 dishes.I'd. luster'd. blue unit painted L. .muffint.ilch.r edged .. IS HEREBY GIVEN. 10 all ..bo" ii

    Oc,. 6ih, to disperse the remnant of the e( January 1831, al the door o( the Couif turbans ; bare; gilt<
    royal troops, which were still near i'dahines.S House in Pensacolj between the hours of 10 & 3 hkr. aDd .carfs ; turkey red madras, and gauze brittannia fancy glass and porcelain laaipa_, .'Il and without ihdescommon of JACOB RaC..TT. deceased havtafclaims
    I P. M. the hove or much thereof duly cranieil lo ihe tubtcribti.
    ; so
    property Al
    Niellon ,
    cotton hkft assorted } prOD'
    S continued to interrupt communica will satisfy the eiecniinn and rols. ; bloe tabby, green and black silk velvet; glass I.mp.one crafe english against lie ettnie are present

    tons between Bois Ic Duc nnd JAMES. EXU I. M f.A41. black, greenS and coloured freneh and canton cr. ....; I atoms ware.Sbp I them within the time prescribed b/ law; othetwt'5

    The latest rumpur was that ltIMt'llridd.I'I I' by .Jo'trn SIXKMA Dtpuly Martha and black.Iili..and w.ersted white silk hosiery and eJ Jo....' white' black' ; Chandlery ; comprising Russian *mAmei'cen ) hit notice will be plead .bar .f mbeie recovery.All .
    left PentacoU Uack ingrain whte coiton..vigont Hemp tai'd Cordage blight Manilla I who are indebted 'f estate ar
    Holland and that Nov. 17th UsJVotice persons lh
    tumult had ,, and lamb.
    a occurred wool how ; white and buff eo.d.. c' Spun-, ilamber and HonselinesDeep .
    :_ n___ _. _ kid blk"tor. ; .ra. i requeued. make pay.*nlforlh-
    in &IIUCI TIle Prince worxntook and bearer lot..> 1. sea Lead and lines Twine
    ofUrangc reached > -.rm.M I l.nd. Log ; -ai ; GrIORUE .V._ _BARKLKV. AtlsshiirdQtP.ns..cala.
    Antwerp on the 3th, on a conciliating m J. ; is Hereby iiwcu I ba'icla..a& and and eoli.h Jf' pocket bkr- ;';plaid,bit I Lr chips Log Reels : Single ." Double Nor. IWO, l8al-r.
    lion. S"i indla"IkcrV..; black silk Valencia, Blacks from 4 to 14 inches ; Hwoks nnd Thimbles, -=
    Ittkin" Feet. We know TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, and end marseilles ve.tinj: plain and figured blk Marling Spikes Caulking Irons. Ship Scrapers. -- .un'&D WBSU.T,
    j no common THAT Jeremiah An lio, late of the Litjr of Pen bombazetts; "hlte./'Ilow. red and Sp+akitig Tr..pl" Wrought Spikes, Mast Hoops
    complaint mote annoying to children than has departed tbU lift,having duly made I dubury flannel.; russia diapers; .,H.. Deck Bucket, ll reons, B7 BLOUXT dL .ZTZI2f.

    the tormenting Itch of the feet from chil ad p.bltabdaU t will ajid leUmentwrMr DOD1i..atH <
    blains. The following i is said be and appointed the subscriber Executor' who tnWIl1'C" tirklenborg aDd crash ; bla.. black and TluDtl Scrub sad Tar 8. ... 13 bales of OFTJE
    k fect One to a per- haaqaalified takea upon himself tbe burthen and roloured Italian sewing .sIk r meriDO colored dress Oakum 18 barrel of Tar V barrels of Pitch G 0/* Unittd Suiet..e/ &Tn" I
    cure. part muriatic: acid diluted execution clotht aDd ratinets; black bombazine ', TaSJe and CabinFurniture
    rrench Resin
    All persons indebted to the E* tafretl, bar Ships. CookIng I
    with seven parts of water ; rub the feet well tale are requested to make immediate payment and italian J..trillt', ........ and levantine silk; plain ; 4 one horse Wagons with n.r..s 12 TEIS-

    with the mixture before going to bed for two lbo.e to whom the estate i i. indebted are required lo fottoa ehai5 net furniture and danatabh draw bonaeu; linen tad H.ullr.'d Whetl.b.\rTOvsaad 100..ck Liver- FIVE DOLLARS ral. a..t.i l

    or three nights. Tb application preaent tbeirclsima within the time required by law diedut cotton plaid., stripes, and gol ground Salt. ownS is deerrsd m I SI
    made before must be otherwise this notice will be plead in bar of their re- amit.e (.Dbama; ft... bUa. tea island shirtings All of .which, together with a great wrl'l of wilIb. reqaired.D'Adv.diasmsat. ONE
    tbe alteeti",
    skin breW, and will be covery. JAMES FIN LAV. I IEztnd. ; coam brown and beachd! don ud other artll. will b sold io ej.nli. pur. inseded eon.pieo / a

    found not only to allay the itching, but to ., ,J. .....,i.. 1C..1f4. m 2-heellll : tOBt Jewel amid brow cotton Chap tr Cash e.lr product or DOLLAR ro every (otutees lines 0' lte

    zmJt the progress of the chilblain rntlcoll.Aaptt 14b, 1t53o.-24.--.2. I l J.UI negro hntmir.; tw.ll'd sad k.,..,. and approved paper. kit iwertion. and FIFTY CENTS., ,n

    br.w.drillw,..wtihii.jton wd amnhe'4.!, No?. 5. ALDEN .A. M. JACKSON, Co. ('*-longer ones by the pains .

    : (