<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Pensacola gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086629/00040
 Material Information
Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: January 16, 1836
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055169
oclc - 02704803
notis - AKP3157
lccn - sn 83016251
System ID: UF00086629:00040
 Related Items
Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

Full Text
I-
.
"

,...w''t
,.,.. .' '.-.. '"
4: ,; \ ,.
.. .
.
._ 1-\' \ '\. ..,
'. .. r ;r, .4t '
>'JI 1
.
.. "10
.
... .
.
.
"" .11 .. .
..
,..
Ij iEi.L: ; .It...",. ;.,
..... ____ = ,. r r1ri : '.
.. .. "..
r '
-. .. "lNe'ff "1e :-.;.. ".' .
.
.
""
& .:...-..... ._ ; .tIt., .' "..... .. 4 ..'...... ,.,.. : ., -
_. --, -- "' """ "1.1
w

VOL.2. PLNSACOLA, JA\ U --4"

r 6W _

_. _. .
---
-- ---
-- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- ----- - --
-------
/ rom the (' Iu i6u* Scntinil.Vfr i I 4th. The nat igalion of Lake Wmlco. would either bring drain _-.day say.:-A very amiable war* .Aatotlawta>-on

Itr.ucr.n'j; I Sin. The probable health of a town on whole" scheme, or at least, wooer :a vast: and beautiful young lady, belonging hiebuslneae ; Jet bias 'Ittilacl' AD ......
.
'rln: CI nstl'li..1t.r : st. Jo!'eih'ii; Hay. additional expenditure of money netersary one of the coat respectable (families Hud What btfeines baa be to interfert Ia mate
Mitort :-The age in which ttclite '' The grand advantage of St. Joseph' to enable the piojeetors to extend their. SOD, bad been engaged for tome time to be len of the heart t Doe the eons *. brief
Must regarded a* vastly more fertile ha)' is predicated upon the real I supposed rail road to the Apalarhicola river. mmied to a respectable young gentleman less lawrtr know any tif of the throbbing -
in great mind than any pre' 1011* 1 period 'depth of Us I bar. On this subject there is But there i ill another, and if well founded of the same city. In the Spring of 1834, oft. heart burn tq with
of the world's history. 'I here i* absolutely much discrepance in the evidence ;and the an insStptrable obstacle to the success of they first became acquainted with each o- my dearest 'No-Dot at Joy.lorI"-,
a fearful increase of intentite and pioprieforsof St. Joseph's bay must excuse Ihe" scheme on h. present plan : it in, that ther, and afar their acquaintance had ripened lo leave all these fools and say wtea I
eulcrprizing faculties and a dashing and m.% i if prefer that: of a primary to I"ke"tmi..u Is gradually hut steadily 611 under the genial breezes of last winmer shall be blest with an Intent, ,,. Do ny. -
rrckles ezcilen art in the career of Jnpro \ any of a secondary character-if I'prefer ing up. There uresome! facts UN well all I they became affianced to each other, The affair had now become
"ement among the mass of men to ron**; j thnt.uf a regular/ hrclltUln't''ur! uninlercM* Hindi irn.-umng to induce us to belicte & the happy consummation was set down painful to all tbe.partla. .The cxreedlsglv ,
genious to exertion and to put its discoveries 'I led in the ,.ucccMior failure of the bay as a that: this process is going on pretty rapidly. fit some day in December or January WI. questioned aa to former yoonf lady
'Ommcu'iIlporl to that of mere amateurs I The andie tarts Florida. dnkwn next. : member any arqulou
in execution. Every day bring!' u* ( map -Ktery of both families approved ante with Shte hid been ln
)'ounllDf'll. -
glowing account of splendid project foraccelerating watching n compa!" and throwingM lead, one or two hundred years ago, n'present the match. '1 he young lady blushed Induced' list
forlhefir lime in their lads I it I is said a continuous channel I ihrtrtigh and looked many daring the flvtfom- .
the march of wraith und I proitcrity *- I ifrhaps( : happy-the gentleman ten in .blrb'M .ID Oie
was habit of
,
and increasing the sum of humanhapp'tncjB. I, with their inexperienced judgetnrnts/ haI I lake 'imiro, -front the Apahchicola to St.Joseph's breathed in Isis-.prcrrs of ecsla y. They visiting Saratoga and other' 1M>able
Schemes which in a I less would be regarded nil rtdiculou i land! (cars, and interrMed in making: thetfmr eight or ten years ago, N eliooner called till) about 4 or 9 seeks ago a letter was to no o.. "
ngc ry pus Oryiagto ted .l the
e
or fantastic, and which, indeed, last f HS deep, u" i Mkilile.' According 'hc.n'l I the IMznrrn, rnimnnndtdliy' c'pt. Shannon liuudcd tn the young lny! which caused anonymous lover who now dislvrbei her
till run pt't'lh'r sjiecuUliuiis of superior : to the repaint of United: States tlI and drawing cicht feet ttulei, flltnl! n great deal of alarm. It read nearly' a. quiet. .
only V dl'\"lupl't) coinniuiuliat n there is n depth of M\enteen feet and a JI JII I J up' and down the laic, :md on both side* ol' follows.Mis. .
are | ,
promise subscriptions' of inouey for stock in I| !half CIa: the bar. This depth i is! quite siifllcient the middle ground with the ulmoM facility.I -, I hu\e often of late seen you On Friday night, previous the Sd of
,
,glance it' rnlI'nu.iollIn ..m'd their pruclic.iloperation. ;! for any commercial purpose, ; but I At the present. tune Ihe land extending" from at church and elsewhere. lime you lotnadiiess November last a brick bat with a letter attached
u
Tlie ('ull'rl'rizc of man slimnlaled not content with it the proprietors wii, h to the lake Inwards St. Joseph's bay is us nnd no tether man of woman born to it was thrown Into! tie reoa. ..
bt Ihe successor the numerous par !I sir' the whole navy floating before their high ns the surrounding country, amd" all shall marry >on but III... l.altt< which he sccscter where and urged town, and have imagined n channel of llairI trace of n connexion between them lotalltcfT.iccd met n.enroll c down to tin riier. I hate where the family were then-silting aroand
) ,
ject bt' I the hope* of"peedopulence' ; which '! I ly feet depth for its! admissionnli: the I ; ; whileutessi-I of .the draught a"Inite also fn'quit Ill l} n.elxi.u; at certain house the table consulting what had best be done.

the exh.iullesi: rcsoincc of this new conn 'i'aho\cdraught H \c.Nt41 l can ippricich' to mentioned, could not now enter the mil.ceil) which } tau t i ialt. 1 ("BIUlHllun- \Viththisckwrsihelast intelligence we
&ruIT,-... doe not often !sea the rnuion* j within almut six' hundred yams of tie( fllI- left hand side of the lake, or the right hand gar resist maddening! whirrs which beset have received from Hudson. We expect
laihiicn thai occur. 01 Mop to examine: Memplaled "ite for the town ; send holing but b}' a narrow tutu ditficult channel.-A- I in) lu..rl- niiiet and will and .hall some further particulars in a day or two.-
with lue caution the probable chance ie.M>ls of no de>cription can aduuicc more I mm. the bat on+. leading out of the I lake marry you. How date you think of giving A. roan as received they shall be furnished

of di feat of a new and plausible scheme.Tlie .- than twetity or tlnii) ) arils lusher. Toconnect towards St. Joseph's, air tery dirp. atermint } hut hand to such u fellow.. 11 to our readers. .
piopeusily *o frequent to forsake the shipiing I | with the. town, a /! upwards ol twenty feet ; the Appnlicliiroln lute plenty of the goods' of this world The affair is exceedingly mysterioesaad
the iKMtcn but monotonous trucks of com j wh.irftif 1 this inutieiiM.1!' length: u to be eonIMructed. ; rivrr is ulwllc''p. while the inter- wherewith to make }i.u happy-but without has caused a great sensation inHodscn. Ir
incrce. Mgiiculture and the arts i* a .stri I mrtli:..te lake i is \', ry shallow*: Ate not, \ tail I would not care if th..y'l're at i.i highly probeble that the anonymous lover -
kin; instance of Ibis irrepressible, en i 1 2. St. Joseph's buy i i-" a beautiful hliceljof then7 the infeieucti. plausible! that this" (the bottom of the riu-r. Do not be alarmed is time desperate fellow, part gentleman

terpn/.c as well as of a grasping' ambition. i WMierlH-twu'ti twenty and lliiity mile- continuous! channel communication was at the style I talk to )'ou-whin lOU part theif, part scholar. The whole
TIll human: mind M not content with the I Ion:;, and from !"'c.\cn to eight broad, varying once of nearly uniform depth, and that the know me better ) tau will feel none. series of efforts may be a rose.to get money -
surf acquisition of a fortune requiring the / : from three to five fathom, in its whole great di He re we ailing at present hilts Hut that man-that silly iK-anlless youth : his not rett/rntng the $30 loots good
'labo-sofa lifclnm iii loaecumulate., little course unbroken by shotlnhar* or prnjie.1j IK-CII produced b) depositions: curried from who darts: In Pith between the altar deal in that direction t be affects a character -
tvorM 1 un which we roam in :,' Beared of' j inir!! head I hnd<<. .md M-panteil, from the. o the turbid! Appalachienla into lhec'.mpanlitely and rte I will set aside. Tell him to for a particular purpose probably tu
wealth, hardly contjiins enough induei !' 1".11I or yiilph on its, we.Mcni: and part of still water oflhe lake t If this be ta'ttallGtr& I am not lo be trifled 'illl.- frighten bridegroom to bay him 0<. If
mailfor conrtrining: the untiring indiMri : n-. < anelht| TIH oe; >t+ hy! narrow strip+ of laud: Jhe I UIIoI4': : of the. !oh..llu1U'I"'o] of the bike& it I I' la} these nuptials. I know they are the people Hudson choose they may
of man. N'Bu.c'h' abote the let c.l..f its urlaee andIN'aringrtiuent is: one that will eonlini.e lo tap rate; and! fixed upon-but they must not proceed. have a Vidocq from our Police Office, who
Among the new source of .| eculation I + of leeeiit inunil.ition. with increa"ing/ |1"1cr > earl> flout tin. Faiewell fit he Puns ill w ill oon unravel the plot.A .
and employment which hate IN-eta struck I I The I.mil on its "...Irrttuitl) earl of n-. lIurI..rn rxlcnilini. eleHiiny and t-iillitation of 11..1 \ oursfonurOn

nm of lilt years, to enterprising und r. rte in.iruins; is nearly) e I pialllow. while land on Ihe Appaliehiculaand.. itstribiit.ir} i rrce \ llg (lit* 'letter, tie' amiable Stffftik Penance.-John Peekhanr
lr,.* .piuti, i+ the inagnirieeni oneof fomnling '; its entrance, h me ill a N. 1t\'. dlieelion., isinlit streams and cuh>equeiitly' trenlu'uthill i Iai young lady could not bclie\e there was Archbishop of Canterbury about the close,
nttv cities. It i is delightful to sec. in ,' : or 1"IIII"I"" !; wide, and coii.niieiillexposed | \ ( that shut| and u.rhidiie. of their waters. I. any seriousness in the writer. She thought of the 13th century excommunicated: Sir
in this I' as must IKa town, htppmg or j 6. TheloudeM.. claims to the *u|'eiinril}
almlll'lt' every newspaper published I I it w us a hoax prepared. by tome one to : Osborne Gifford for stealing a couple of
settled whar\es. onany .part ofa, to luau its we>tlI of SI. Jo ephT.H bay fora great town .utrrevery
yet new ana scarcely country, gar frighten her. She ihercloie threw' it into nuns out of a convent at WUton. The
jreotis description of towns and cities+ I:II I gales-the most violent well ns!' the nun%( j I i other part of Florida, hate Ixrn Ion the grate and burned it up. knight paid rather dear for bit "gallivant- (
it and I 1 prevalent I of our whither tt huts ludetil. !, sad| ujH.n the supMhtiion of the grentInallbfnlne "
prmging up as were by magic, exhibiting A few days after this took place, \\ hen ng, inasmuch as the interdict-waa removed
: in their llecLs of steam INKI!*, und it is in.mifeM that MI larjie a body of water. !' >s of Its situation. ;No posilumthat the circumstance hud almost hmi forgotten on the condition that he should never I

long ranges: of ware. IIOUM, the etidences I I thus Htuated, will, with any slron \\ IIhl'! this hate ii...un.ed can IH ICM tenable. another note WIIM put into her bands come ithin any nonnerie, or In the toms
of coiimicrci.il ingenmiy and industry toil generate' waxi-Rof uflicicnt, inngnitude.and i itioleiiee .\ town, lobe built on the margin: liy the povlinan, addressed.. to her in the Miny of a nunnie; that three Sunday. together
i ing in Incir scheme* for wealth. Wu refleitwnh t' render! it an insecure harlai ter.or I of a bat.u: ith many parts! !"l'.IfI..I'!oJ"' (let ;,- 'rr)" same hand writing with the one already he should be whipped in the parish
aJmiratioii ami fUrpn'iipon the ,..i'Itlcincnts e\ rut" anehonng ground for at le.ci. tail niNIU' its waters, and the :greater pure : git en. stnrtletl as toile -Iuukh. church ol Wilton, and a. man'Umaln the
!jro\\"1112 up into den e communities smallcaseU." This opinion, i' contirmeti lion iipmi etery occurrence of rainy wrather '! :She tiln| -ucd-slur u'J.ln-lul found that it market and church of ShafUborie lhaf he
with their bays an"1 river I crowded! b)' the reports of I'mUii' States. onieersemploutlio entered with wateruearlt a fi.ol diep.I. ( ,, ur.s ccuched in pretty much Ihr name hmild: fast a t'ertail numbri-01;months
;
ill the etidences of civilizationhere.. examine its: capabilities. and lot subject too inundation, nf the bat with :"train us the former. And } et she kept Ihe" that he" should not near a shirt for three
wiihii: the memory of the younger portion lho-e of e'eI|etahle and inlelliL'eiil! SInpmatter | the tells M, mar theurfare. that water i i" "! ,"'bland to herself, not ettn telling the sire years; and 'lastly that be should not anymore
of the .prl'ant gi iteration, tl.,. wates were *, rxl.rlN.'t1 in the h11'tasaih of dipNtl|' with? the band is m tinclimuti. I itiuiktuncc to her vista, or titian female take upon him the habit or title vf a
never rulHcvl by any work of in in ofgreater the'tulpllanI I Ultimately. acquainted' wnh to be. a healthful'" n n umm..rlr"lich'II"I'I I routidattis. knight, but sear apparel of a russet color
mfttniiu le Alan the c.moc of .uiliulian. it< liurlmr-,: few indeed< 1, of the' l.iit.-r. litIt.iting -* -a place of re.ort for. ill\'il Ii.t"' --i ..i .n'' ''1 ? tat loun rthrc the rccritnl a .ill niorrI "til' lie had st>ent three yeArf la the Holy
: Still more frequently do) we sere I. to speak of it U" a.i open rsad .tead' .Mo.iipdn r or I'isJi It is: tra.. lhinarofew .I Ihn'JUlilltlIlUII., coniumtng r... 4ralrunoos'circuiiistniico .and."
the public attention called to site for new ,cry little more !secure than th ocean. [ If uiisituations in cities, uti'l l llaMr adtantagt': of beautiful :i. ThemiMiisofcommunicationiH-twi-en in tin ir .pro.
.nuitioti.: fine bin/IT. mi,nitiei; >ni rner lIu'l the 1""I"IoI'"f! louti and tho .k 'p.ihrhirola' I tutu Inrome moie or lest iiilu-Hltli\' 01which cop}'. | Calendar for the Year 1836.
riu'r-IIH' uiett: contuvlHi:! ch.uiiu I ol the h a judicious f'\ < nditnic of ,Latent I
hli d *p'h of bar airs } I-
bay great pure (, I| Miss-. I hat ( written to >ou severaltill t
.proximity or ready anddiiccl access I.. u. ,M-alnurd with a populous .igritultutulcountry I and earuin.iy not bennide' .perfecllv tlral- .es, but 1 find. lhal no alii nlioii has !been | to :. .--. .
i is. the tbM.: ; i4 11ft (. -- ;
according to plan adopted JoM-ph'i isenjoung/ .H'r- c 0
consuming IUlllllrud.illg country, pHur- i paid to letter On ordmaiy occasions j r
my I IIt a .
rail ro.ul sax or nule lon U-1 i Ultle.IlIo&II..r... according to the t'a silence a..
eta)'cat with all the clomence, ingeniousncsjj by a se\cn :: is per lau I'" proper for n } nun lady to g. .
and truth ofa \cr Ibis w.llIlI is expected that the' merchants : of lat ", slimmer the first tale ; aiui n m..w'l'IIIlr I- 1
special pleading in nj I hold no such conimuuicaiion as I hut M'lIt te.v
criminal camasThe more obscure, remote ol the upper country will hate alll' rt re.i.>oiiin; than its! projectors MT('mcsipablo tct l.l:
)i>ti. Hut my dear young Miss -, do I
and difficult ol recess the site designated their goods carried, in preference to ;,\'- I' of exciting& would lead to the. I nut deceit luur* 1I ; mine is no every day I. I I Y
furs city, the Ilion satisfied: and the more jug them sent h)' the n.iturnl channel of elusion that its second i i'l! more ron'l nffair. You hate known me in former JANUARY. I '
the Appalachicoln ritcr, or tin artificial disastrous: ; while it must be e ," '( I
conrident and liold arc their plaudit and| day, ftlulI..u \\ t.I"rr xounger Inththan 3 4 G 6 7 o 9.
assertions of iLK facilities for commerce : one ol a steam boat canal l from tl.e bay of doubtful) whether it eMie\cr, arritc In the we arc now, } on pledged your faith 10 II 12 13 I' 15 18' .
anti the acquisition of wealth. It is tine, j St. Andrews, both of which are con! iderably clegrei* of wealth and population which j I lo me. You cannot hate forgotten, the 17 18 19 20 tl 22 t3 ..'
that tvhiMi these advantage. have been shorter in lmc-lIl1llhe! the duel. objection world enable the third! stale to 24 15 26n 28 d
exa
!: I j 1""l'rOllllrc'I'1 Katkill MoniiiMin IIou,e. Ifyou !hate, I 230 ,
!: enucd with deceptive views they generally !1 to "such a means of tr.tiioporiiuggoods : / I Ilecemng: : as it docs, the ('a ( hate not, nor cter w ill. I am not like man 31FI:11R1'ARY.
fail of eflTect. It it i a trick th.tt: has i, that they will be Hihjeetcd in the, the prevalent winds! of summer and full .; \' pr.MmA in the w mid, to l hc content lo : 1 2 3 4 5 1
been loading and unlcKiginir cars lobe hand) in this latitude-after they tm rpus.t',1: : star .
ufirn deceive
too prdclisetl l to mall> j marry rii)' woman provided she has nmieof : 7 8 9 10 11 12 II
persons.' We see around u* too many ttho lid much more frequently than if the} theMckly I town Appalachieola: I the goods! of this world-1 hate long I 14 15 10 17 18 19 20
have been ruined by imprudent hM' 'cula- 1Iona I j were transferreddirectl! : } from a \ C'-"'I'I to u lake \\ lI1icu, its baions and a'uamp-. :n. ( in new towns to l>c deceive!, ourselves t team' Ixiat ; and e\ery mcichant' knows the marshes: and lagoon- that eo\er Ilea or tli-..ilis will follow. 29
by false ordia1nrtedreprrwntttunr! !' | Ihutliis property ordinarily ",11.1 lams, mine ; land from Winiieu lo :M.; Jowp'i'" wnli .. MAltCll.__. 1 2 a ,4o 5.
a single handling than) hay' the all tin nccunn(1..'.L.1 ima-ma of sreh! atoiiise : I.a i Snii !at at teninjr ) (>u were scaled seta
of :Ivimtages.. or to be willing lo invest our Injury by tau 7 8 9 10 11 14
the saGe l o'lldthe'
late liiiir
: man-
money but upon a careful' personal CVHIIII longl| >\o\auc: Another' "I'j' c'luml"i the tin reasoning I iwer inu-i I 1'1" ti. r\ 13 14 15 1& 17 18 192)2l2223242526
nation of the hem-lit such, property otter*. i well known one, th.1t! a rail road cannot weak in that man who I would tuft r alas. that M\oterheaid| mnn ttlitarapt'cts to marry you
prolitably witheanalor nter 11I1lat..1I1II \'- thing fur it but a rirkly raistitti.'. -I every word von nid. I
The history of our youn, sparsely! compete. icry 27282930 31 .
populated! and compantivvly jxxir Ternto- ( tin transportation! of Call....III..nl. In taking into consideration the. uVailinlagcs : could scarcely the. lint restrain ttdcr.all .in} self* from* springing '* ;APRIL....._ 1 3.
ry unoraii" already a nuinlier of instances;. ; or the Prnductwntofanagrienltutul: country \"> under; wl.iih St. JUtC'1 h's liaylalmrs I IIJMHI 3 4 507 8 9
J of the ruinous and demoralizing effects! of ;, generally, or of iron, unit sugar: coffee ) I.eMdes' thai a town, w hart en and ,' > agreed to the I day bid! fixeil l i lew for yoiunuptials 1 10 11 12 13 14 15 10-
hut yon
this proclivity to found cities and ,grasp I I InmlKT, bacon, beef, pork j rice 01 shipping' must late t both unprotected from I again are- 17 18 19 20 21 23 23
You mine and mineforcter.
furhillh. banns.
fortune at a single jump I :Webbvillc and I batty fiMHUofany l tdl1ll.t gales, bisiitcA! the mjur) logoods! from unilltiidablefrequent me 2425262':282930 r a

Ochcsee were to he flourishing towns, and \ I. The projectors ..fthe St. Joseph: baychemeconceive 1: haiiillm by lran iM)rtingj trifled. To show you that I am not Inbe .I MAY............ 1 2 345 6 7,
: ,. and that with the I tlKin the rail road beside the if iicul- I with. I took with me your retie
Aspalag was to be a magnificent city concentrating > assert" j on 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 -
at its whan the commerce ol"ell,1 of the r.lillO.ul. I''er'di"allen-rn.i'' lies that must altva}'$ attend the natiga-i rtile.iii hi."I'rr. fI4'rrallrtlrr!* nddrr- 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
the Appalachicola audits tnbutarystrtattls. :lending/ the tltittstartallOtltigtHssh!! r\rry .' turn of the lake, and U'.ides the highlypiohnhle I I''til yiHi and thirty dollars in money. I M ill 22 23 24 25 26 37 28
nut of all the schemes which ha\e (,(' '11 1 I ilU'UII\"lIlt'IU e Ihut in any ropi-ct renders! : imhealfhiness. of the site chosen I'IK honorable with you. I did not lake 29 30 31 .

offered in Florida to &the patronaqe of n cue the buy inferior: to others on the coast, will fur n town, we should! consider also that it !J these article* of your property for my own j J I' 'E......... 1 2 3 4! ;
tiding public, the most splendid, but the I h.ue been overcome ; while it in reality ; will require an expenditure of two or three I use. No such thing. hate not, nor willI 5 6. 7 8 9 10 U
mOAt visionary and delu-ive, in the one for. | t H try pioli.tblc; that the most crious ones :,| hundred thousand dollars; to enable a 'a es- read your private letter'. If you will I 12 13 14 15 16 17 18J92021232425
founding a fit}' at the Jay of SI. Jo.xpli.Tlii [I are but just! jilM)ut to commence. II has l ht t'n ;!;! ail to land) a cargo, and tin'nee to transport| call at the corner of- street, exactly Ml : :
pn jwt. origiiuting in a rust, *, and (found! that, under the mint fu\UI ahlc' eircuiiistaneeof U I so' that it ..un"c put on board a leant 4 o'clock on'Tuendny afternoon next, you -r1282D 30>> iJ i t.

intended, merely, to be hung up, ill trrorrn wind} and tide, Lake \Vim2 boat for Colmubiis.: Admitting, as the project will rorcitc both money and letter 1 only I'I.ti,.._M.. 1 8 "
over the beads of the proprietors of 2 en has lint a sufficient depth of water to iinqtuslionably, aloe, of those dUad- took Ihefc. article to phew you my dear 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Korbcpurcluso, mi as to CfJlI1p.'llh'11I to f allow Iwats of the draught that are %antngeoimiews, it would certainly be the Miss that I am nearer to you than you / 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
deceive
act u(win thejvyVror' views of 'liberality. I profitable engaged: in the business of the exertion of nothing more than a common I I imagine. You cannot Do meyouarc 17181920212223 .
ha had the effect which it is said the tales : App.ilicliicola; tona\igatc its ut'rl4.llat i tirudenec to examine the hence thorough 'I,I unable to cheat me. not all"IIIJIIiy'for 24 25 262728291Q
of Munchaiucn the of shoal middle '"I 'Iy the butuin a lotctuch as mine i is, despisesand ,
bad upon their author | extent or ground forlll-I regarding!" splendid I i I ( ,' 31
credulity : they have told and n,.told the I ling h the obstruction! may be has not (( I boasts of those interested in making it cell laughs* at law. am } ours ure A1Ct'T_ 1 234 6. 0
story of Us imaginary advitntage till they cirrcctlyaa'eertained-reportsrar)'ing from: tall, however plamibly ingeniontly I fIr.I 7 8 9 10 11 13 13
have actually rome to believe or pretend to one to three miles-pn>bably ns the exam m- I made!, before imettting capital in it. This On .slur receipt of this host note, the 14 15 16 17 18 19 SOS8
believe them real. An untiring industryof !1 at ion* have been made during the prc\a- is a duly the more incumbent Itt 1) I1I. young lady made a lelaliim of the whole 21 22 23 24 25 37
practbcd write ha been exerted in .. 1 race of westerly or easterly winds or high as there areother bays in Florida, circunitflam lo her J>>Ircl1ll1. A good deal 28 29 30 31
giving the suppo ed advantages, dressed or low tid .,'. It is true, (and it is said to I ularly the bay of Si Andrews, partie-I of alarm and indignation ensued A lawyer SKITKMBER: 1 3 3' "1
with all the brilliancy of coloring which ',. be a part of the contemplated; plan of the of all the' advantage of direct intercourse" was instantly called in by the farther 4 5 6-78 0 10
could be f i v.n bv fanciful and ingenious scheme) that this great extent of shoal can I with fertile buck country and which advantages and if we are not mistaken, Mr. Jordan. 11 12 13 1415 18 17 .
mind a diffused publicity. Every newspaper ;; deepened, but one of the best engineer* especially the aatantnges. of direct the famous breach of promise counsellorwas 18 10 SO 31 22JgU
in the country lbt could be rendered in the country bas pronounced it question- intercourse! with a fertile back country I the very one consulted on this mysterious 25 282728.1O
subcerrieat to the purpose liar been able whether any excavation would) be per- and which advantages edeavors are affair. Dy his advice joined fo that OCTOBER-. 1 .
made the vehicle for circulating&: tlioe ex- :J!| mancnt ; and it is equallly questionable now making to render available and of her parents* the young lady called at 3 3 456 7 8 .
Ifermted repreaentationa. .To counteract whether a deepening for present purposes free from every diecad'antD'o.'hkh, J,I the place designated in the 'last letter. She 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 I
wane of the effects which so many publications I f would not be attended with an expense, trust it has been clearly proved the hay ol received package containing her letters 16 17 18 10 20 31 23 "
might have on weak and credulous which would render the labor nugatoryThe St. Joseph labors under. I| would be wellto but neither her reticule nor her mo'-C1 tt a* 2324252827.19
minds, I propose, through the medium of steam bdbts employed in the navigation keep constantly heo" our eyes that I forthcoming Two days after thin, the lady 031 .. -
Tour paper to point out and examine objections of th e ApuaUchii-ola have a draw,hti though: money can always build a town received another letter from her anonymous NOVEMBER 1:1 a 4' a
to M veil I of the bowled claim i i when laden, of from five to six feet ; while, yet commerce only will in this part of the r lover part of it to the following effeet 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 .
which the bay of 8c Joseph has to con- ,( there are frequently, on many part. of the country, enable it to repay tho expenditureand :-* I know you have called in 13141316171819 ..
reatrtu ca its beach a great Florida town. shoal, not more than fourteen inches, and that there ran he no commerce here| Mr. J -, to consult about' taking the I 2U 21 33 23 24 85 38 j
These objections may considered under'' never more than four feet water. Under there Is not direct, permanent, rccureajid '- law of me : he will not catch me fn his 87 28DECEMBER 39 80 ".
the foUowioc heads these circumstances, steam-boats however easy communication with a consuming empty meshe*-but I may him when' he I* : 1 3 S ,

let The depth of the bar and the lightly laden, must be constantly liable ami producing country.MrsTtsiocs not aware of it. Yoqr father i* also very 4 5 6 7' ,3.- O. 10
rity of UM bar as a harbour. lIttu-1 to detention ; and there is no extravagance :! huy. For your wake I. have nothing tot 11 13 13 14 15 16 I"1'

id. The safety of wharves, or a town in saying that the delay of one for a week, ArTAta IK HrDow.Anonymon t I say lo him-but the fool who pretends Mi 18 19 20 21 23 23 24232627282930U J
built upon the bay. I I from insufficiency of water in the lake /x>rrr.-The New York Ile- ,i your hand and heart would do w ell to U* .. f


.1i

..ff


.. 4lf c. .f.-



.
-

.. .. '" j.
.
_
.if '- 1or--
t- .
P r -

\



;
r.
r

1

.. a


sni.l with herlarlle. ojTarel nn-1 l furniture, I TERMS. ,.. fJIIlectr'. uaotmce fur MC
-- -- -- ; CIMk cf
ru/tr ur PEN&JrIO/TA. fr&vr, 'before the said Monday iq 31 ayntxt 1'faefork.. will be published in weeklyntitutars tiibr tea ,....q:u.I i .ul a County.
and stand in stichtd'coveif. each uDberl I dpJ''" IJU1M heat: cotJ _
-- --- ,. and thereafter to abide by "11) S
Arri 4 pcrfortho foture order and. dec I containing tvritty imperial octato JMf'" 0" "noflJ( M. w Qom'BVHVW VVIHr t i1 noon to rfAJBUl*
,
Brig SusanKotoJ. lary ; Piflear- tof*,of ihc art ioT the prrmi'"P.. wllh'dnuhlreolutnni voicing Im vofawrsiiHutnillv 1 shall oHHwSleTn"fronl of die CourtHouse Jrrr M Vo3dkfdlifoy(. erk of the Con.ty .

Campbell, and JblcKean Ourlaauan.tidmJa.ItIiatpeunWell.fj. Given under my band this ?ih Jay mil.! of more than 520 octaro pagct la the city of Peasacob, the following Court of ,Eafimbii County.

: Or- January !In the year 1830. nich f""liuir. ;' and at the expiration of (', property, or so much thereof ns will We are requested to announce FLOKLVTIO j

luitu. Cargo tu Jerrison and Foster, C. J. A. CAMKRON.: : I -*\ month, Mibsrrilers will be fuinUh- pay the Territory of Florida and County T. COMMYM, as a candidate for Sheriff of !

('. tie}'?rr, J. Quiu, Master, and to Order. J"cI;'c I). If. /'. j f*\ lb a handsome title page and table of ufKscamtii, for Taxes due thereon tip to Escitmbia County. 1

Jh-arG+I. I hereby certify the ahouto l.e a trj contentThe, u hole amount of matter the Slut day: of December IttStuiliw

Tli rev Mailed Hchr. Bultoo, Clark. IJatannn. Copy, thh Hth January, ltNiVJAMlvS ( 'ftttui..hrtl in a single )'cnrwlJl be eqna! to_ the Taxes are paid to the subscriber lie- MT11CE.Sixw .

85,11110) feet Lumber, I'}' U. Kelly. W*. KM.M.: .Mn.IlyJOSKPHSlEItltA '. mine Ih aitialms n>lt>",,.* of the omnuili $1ittl Iore the day of sale, together with all ccks after date I will to tb

Schrv. Huse. in-Bloom, Pla, New Orleans U, M.For Fngli i\h (limit,cinto (IxoAs. the cost f 87 Hides, listen Leather JLc. by J. lit which will U-at least ten Stint the price eta ( HENRY IJASS. 1.
SI. Joseph ITny. cambia County for letters of adniintstife
lIeralit). ,, ? : fast sailing Schr. MARY year's subscription to the M/.I'Mwry. Acres of 3d. rote land till..- Hun on the estate of Alcnuel Bars deceased.
& hr. Unit d States' Jenkins, "St.Josciplot'Day. The which the 1280
Library
: I
paper upon a.l
:, will soil in a few days ltd East of Pctd'dto Miter, JUAN GAHn T A.
30.000 feel Lumber' G. W. liar will Mill toe of the fnrst
by 4l'I'ln Imprinted
,
only apply loUKO. kohl 13 milts from the city of Pensm-ola, Janj. 2J, 1835-43.-0.
kle)'. W. IIAltKLHY.T11K ijiudily t used for bo .k.work, and of a MCadmirably l otiiucd! by EugeuioSierras: land ai.dothers -- "
for As thr
-- J,,".,'. W. 1Ktr.--I\-tr: adapted binding. 'hC ant on the blOt, and \\'(-st by tacantlandhanufon I NOTICE.
District of West Flortclti.In -- --- type \\'illitt. entirely new, and of a neat appearance time South by the said Perdido.
mHiiruKtcawln'u ) KLOKIDA e.ich tolimic, \\ IIf'n "ctiud, will 'I' a meeting of the Stockholders of

Owr/. \ 'furnish a h"lIth.uu.t"! ns well ns valuable, Amount 1'1&111-5 S 2.4llc" 11 I the Hank of Pcnsacola.! held at theHanking
C'ounJy, Superior Mail Coach) Line.From Y. FONDA.
Louie the 4th
on Monday day of
The United States vs. Schooner Harriet :"ulllllt cumhinus addition to the 111)nines ,
of thoM; oho 1Nalrunirr the work.The QOfk Acres of 3d. rate land tituafcdO January:, inst. the (bllomiiif persons were
'fo the Honorable John A. CMinerou Molillcs Alif to AuTIIROI'GH ...<. |
price a dime l.ilrary w ill bcfrc dud J SU on I he East: of the Hay of St. Mary elected Directors of said Dank for Ute
of the Western Judicial District of
Judge Florida. tn, (.t.orJ'lu. lart Jill' 4itinnm. (..,}'ullic. in nth alll'c. tic (alter, about IN t miles! North East: current year, tiz: '''.01. II. Chase. Waller -

WALKER, United State* in M days. I.t'a'.f'rot.iJc': A eoinini<: ion of'JO j rer(l.nt. .t ill be ul- of the city of Pentiaccla, iKiundtd 11 tat by (iitkor\\, John A. Cameron. Ilansoa

GEORGE ', brand in behalf the 1T- rhoarmnfof lay, immcdralHy after lo\tHl .undents ; and any agent, or p<>ft- said Hay, North and East Ly tacant lands, Kelly, Henry II) l'r, Byrd C. Willis, and
) the Mail: from N.Urlc.all"
South the abate ntcntiuntd
and Robert :AiitrhelL
by Bay.
master furnohini fit,' htibrcril'Cis DId: re
nited Slates of America, comes into Court : :
the Steam Must Emeline: Hl.ikrlt.Coaches "
to
per Amount ol 'uxt's.CO... 11 Jet .,f il.c Heard.
and gitcs it to understand, that heretoforeto miilini the IllUu .llt of *ub<>criplu hallk'entitlctltothe ) (u
tn l'rll"at'oI8 Stenm Hunts ( t'ia
1'.WI'A7 EOF iEA\Dl1FAL': JAMESCATLIN
cunimixHonuf &)
wit; and incc the first day of January the beautiful Pensncola fray Santa Uo-a ptr cent ,
it the second of or n of the work for one year. Acre of 3d. tale land situated CfoAicr.Jany. .
1806, to w ; on twenty day Sound C'hoclahachio Hay & )liter, to Cedar copy 320
A work infoimnt'on btiulh of : about 7 t'th, 183844.3t.JJistrict .
December one thousand eight hundred and IJI II IT, Coache allllIt. tia Mari.uina: p'C'hnc'l1uflllt' or any Jig r.Uluu,
( ,
thirty five, the Schooner Harriet of Mobilecominnnded Chaltnhoochic.. ( firmerlv Mount \ernon. ) prliiir it IIIn)' l lIt ebtuiucd htaddtassimt miles \\'. S. "', (tow tl.e ( sty of Pensa- "-- of West Florida. ""-

by one Michael Cnrnine and Pindcrton Ilawkcn.-tille dud ) ,ibt publishers, \lust {:nid. colas, bounded 1ist: und South by tui-ani
Hainhridgp
: Franklin &* "-. ('OUT'.
]
of tons to wit Aldus lands, aud"Norih by taid Hayou. Amount
of the burthen forty or more LouUtillcto .\ .
IICllllln.A 1:. CAREY & A. HART. of Taxes 60. Seldon C. Dunning vs. Andrew Taylor,
of 73 95: tons sailing coastwise front Module ,-fe; ,
pa"'*- enger taking his seat nt Mobile t i.i and flat id Seldon trading under the name
--- I.OU.SZO"GNACIU: V1TRIAN.QOO .
arrived at the Port of Pcnsacolatith, In no nig'a' ,>g 8 lOOKcwni-d. it) Ie and firm of Andrew Ta} for and Co.
certain Mulatto Woman: on bard named Acres of 3d. nile laud ..ittiMlrdJ
a his preference by other coiiflictinc 1 interests.UH the of the Mnr- Summons ad irvpondcndum in
: from
trrspnss
aid Celeste I cuMcdy ** \J about 3 miles N. t:. of the of
Celeste thai the was transported ESCAPED city
the Florida Line i it but nnd
omieconcern, ) the night of the ttMh day of on the CUM upon promises, damages ISO
from Mobile to Pensarola for the Pensccola fronting to the Hay on the Eastside : ;
pur- under one control throughoul,: and may re Mairli' last Willinm Ilnnit,limn who wascontieled DOG c: I ifsixd: December 28t lh 1835, title lo
of sold or disposed of as n 'Utcndid: un the North b 'land of Fran-
|1'SC being Iyl'fll e.It'I'AIS1'UIH'II: hit .urinll of laling:" and fined by that } .April Teim 18.'i(3.: AtUcLnitntbsucdkamc
'
Slave: or \held to cornice or labour and nl Augusta" thelime Kpecih'nl' l, thnn,sh tilt Jar iheMimof negro hi'\en Hundred Dollars, & ciscu'1'ouard, ulld"e't by tacant lands.Amoi.nl day: for S WKi7: (',9.

that prctinu to the departure of sai11'et'sl trrttlhtr ami ul a,IIf1""I'"', strolls some' ,cu&tsaf pros-( ulICln. TI.CNiid illiam Hambletmi ; of 'l'anes- 73 J THE defendai and all others interested

from Mobile aforesaid, the said Currune mo't tin fuu': "',, "III a!oil n>j'be. should occur i:4l\loc'"II""lIt)' four }cars of tier, a. I TLRNER: STARK. said case still lake notice of the

Master an aforesaid did not make out and, The Agents for uieoinmiKlation, TCJHII (lout li\e feel M-M-II und a half inches hizh: 11 i' 80 Acres of Hd.' rule 1 1,1d! ritua Usuing of said u rit of attachment as aforesaid -

MitMTibt suplicate manifests of said femnlcSlave Coaches< and Diivers. u4 not sur|'a!">sc' .1 l in fair eonij'le.Mon rind light little inclined 4 led on the \\evt side of E*' returnable, to Ihe next term of said

on board said Vessel I, therein specifyin the Southern country.The loslop hen standing and is tcr'round caiubia llitcr: at the plarcetrlled Rcd :hoc,, Court and that they appear in Mid case and

} the name, sexr, age, and stature, all, smooth hard) natmnl roads. the "safe, .llUultknd l lhIC'l.\t',. and has n I 1,1c1IC1ul- And ulim HO), acres of 3d. rate lands silun- I plead to the declaration filed in aid ease

near as may be of said Slave, and the clanto 11, and inlereslint water naiigaiion. the tune ;Tins said! Ilmnubla:ton cM-aj"cil nitl.oUt" listing led on Hot Pond, disiantulout 25! miles :-i, according to the statute in such case made

which sha belonged whether Negro, Mulatto and on'UIIIIIICII'illiulI, atloid the Ir1.f'II'rMIN..I' paid lain lIt!. The nlnive reward there of ihu city abotr. mentioned : and also lots I and provided.R. .
or person Colour, with the name & I-.lllrllr' and a pliaMiiuariety. No. 11) j lot on Reding Strict
certainty, limit will lit- i\C'nurlhl'rlcli"'r} of Ihr! said & C. ALLEN, ) Ally. of
place of residence of any owner or rhippcr{ \ connectid a" ilere> \\ ilh the RailRoad \\ suing llainblelonin the<< town( Inrrianna Nn. iM 1 doon the Hay. J. D. WESTCOTT; Jr. \ I'lff.

of the same nor did he said Master deliversuch to Charleston! S. ('.. and) the Steam Jackson County district of West Florida I No. 22 20 feet on do. Jany. Slur, IKiO.-44.-13t.

manifest: to the collector of said Packet to New York traellcrcan leach to J.tines 11. EMIIII: orTHOMAS No. 2)3): 1 lot on Ri'inaniia Start Amount -

l'urtof Mobile, nor swear with the." IICI New York tram New' Orleans in less 11:11Ic'lrcI'd.p. ( : :M. WHITE.Jrjnfli :. (ifTaxcs-$31)11. for &ll .

ur shipper of mud Slate that the {person" .. Wa?>)iiii<;toii ( 'Ht' fituu. \i-u / !/ 11,11'111",1tlll.c 1I.*. 1SAUELLA HAKER.: Light: Uarouche. for one or two hones.
therein specified win not imported or Oilcans' in I\\el\e days. Fioin ( 'hallabi. A months
April I lih l5-f.-tat." : No. -18 1 lot on Reding Strict. Amount Terms 0 credit.
into Ihe United States from and ofter _
brought ehie, Floridn, \\ c hate a branch Line I / of Taxes,-b 224.JAMES >\ M. II. CHASE.
the fait l day of January one tliour>ni>d hairs 1'.1 Coaches. ia Qtiiney to Tallaliav NoticerilHE Sept. 19th 1833.: 28.
eight hundred anal eight, and that uirln! >4-c, al.o brandies from Haukenile.! : iMi''er' >' i ilIul:: hating tamed I.Cl'It'r CAULFIELD.No. : -If.

the laws of the State she wan held to MT one lu Millcdtc\ und one to Mucon.STOC'KTON& -t- 'J't'fol.um'IIIar)' im t&tuatto/, 2.))1 1 lot on RomanaStreet. Amoiin 1311. J. WlHTlUOltE

\ ire or lulMiur, nor did said Carrunc Mater CO.Pensncola. Julien Lnvalct, dctea!'ad, hereby notifies of Tnxes!-1 12.11EII1S: 1l"'fJIt/J from \ II. Me lical ,
obtain from the all whom said is indebtede OF JlIJ.I.AS.u. < lntitulinRi
ns aforesaid jM-rmit January. Hi 1KKV I perMins to stale -: '.;(."1'Fl LLY informs
Collector of the Customs of tin Tort of:Mobile ?rcOJ!;" tit MuMinm ll
or Surveyor uf thc same atithori/in UISTASCB-I.'rnm' \\' Orleans to to ,aid f'.lalc: tt ill l Ir c'\j J" it. it lo nuike iminetliate fir Tn\ts,-$; I 12.JOSEPH. I that he
is prepaied to attend to all
him to proceed to his Port uI definition! Mobilc." .ll. nailcsI"nnr Mobile lu Augusta. imMnent.. 1 LAVALLETNo. : D( uthl{ at his branches of

with nlll fola'rllC'rc!')" bin failure to &II. miles-From Augusta" io Cbar- JOSEPH 1IONIFAY.Aiiir. I ii2:! i lot on Intetidentia Street., Amount Hotel. Surgery Natural tetth room cleansed in Mr. Collin's

comply with till their requisition{ IC contr- I! Itston. iilimiles-FruniS'harlcstnntoNew" I.uc'/ur. I lit '''axes,-& IMJ. rendered : filled, and

rv to the form of statue" in rush case! made lurk, bNI. niil'-s TI.Ui-:.-From New Or- till._ !;<<.">. 2.;.-M. __ t D. LA t'ROIX.No. ed.-ALSO equally the porcelain as useful or as before decay
and protided :and i i" contrary to, and in 2 i9 1 lot ( incorruptible,
I, leans' to Mobile. X'H hours. From Mobile! Notice.flHE on totcrmiunt Street.Aniuunt and various other kinds of teeth,inserted in
\ tolntionoT the nilllht..ti..n of the act oftbo A ll\2: Illtll From I Taxes.S 30.
i lo 4U>ti I 14- Augusta: toMi.irlfoion the best manner.
of the 1'lIilc..11") :; "", All I imdcrhignnl: hating obtained I.eiJL
Congress ( l l2 hours From I h.trlcMon to MERCED; : : YIDAIfc ladies tisittd their
at
tens of adminii'trntion the rooms if deMicd
otaieolEckiel
A.11et prohibit the ini|>orlation.( Slate* I Neunrk.. Mido.Makmi on No. 134: 45 feet on Inlcndtnrin Street. without
: ( obbilccctised! birth gi'.cs noticeto extiacxpcnce.Jany. ) .
into any Port or placetlhin the juriMlielion 10H miles or7milesifrhour Amount of 7'uttew-S 1 M.
per day, |' Olh 1836.
41. 2w.NOTICE
1tlll huvinc claims uumnrt raid .
of( the United Slates from and after |pert-anus
inclusite i>f rill stoppHges.Jmiy. < F. T. CU\J: IY\S. ---
the first diy: January' in the year of our Kith. 1 1835.-.15.-5t.CAREY'S mate lo pi('Miit tlum properly atttstiii Tar fY//r/ory r thr KtcnnilH'nCoMHty. !-- -- '
for M-ttleincnt und to nil indchtio
l.'ird one ihouiMin 1 eight hundred and cichl persons Dec. Alh. 1K15.-:3t).-Cm.
:,".Il'l mcatiK whereof the Schooner liar. LIUUAltY, CHOICE: f.l'1'iHA'l''lll rt: said oiute' to mke iiiuiiLiliuie, : payiiicni. -- -- 18 hereby ci'en to all pemms making u se
: I:.
and furniture banl of the Wharf, in .baJW thai the
rK-t, her tackle apparel, N'OTICE.AT any ,
.ecotne lorttMUii the 1101 me rnitctlStates Toraythal thisisanulIup" agt.halliasadesire r IZSAIAII= ( nun.a Company will not be respon ible' for damage -
for In-iruciion and! the min itmis to tr it- Aduinis.l"'alor. Ihe next April term of Court tridents
seized und County or
; und l may lie prosecuted, arising either from defects
condemned in any court of Ihe Tinted if)' that de.ire. (On the. 'lira pMiul, nil are cpi. r ih. 1M8.-2i.-St.: EM'aiuhiu County, I will present my in the Wharf or from too great weight i l 10 cing -
l behalf agreeil : on the. n-cmnl.! ibcre is .1 li\crsil\ touchers and accounts, IIIIfIIlI'Ily for final placed thcreun.
SIrt(1 and tlaC"aid attorney in aftiresaid a The Directors
; court further to under both' nf "pi.| ...... and of practice.. \\v huencwspniMTc. Mansion! IluII""' ('. settlement ..flhc estate a.f (iRECORIOCARO : king this at.nounccnieiit in ma
jjitc.the wish
IIUllrlliUC':4. ictictv.s. in linepamphlcNof 1 fl l h,1'etinneitlti Milfr Office! ///"*',./ (.I.) to assure
y deceased and nk the
Maud that on the 23J of December IKVtItohert lo be finally discharged. {public that no pains will be spared to
nil all sub rilHL> fttlahlifhimnt::! M nott ill a tondt
(
M7.es. on neaily .
:Mitchell Collector of the CiMoms! of ) JL keep the Wharf in the usual ei od order
jccls! which liaxc sett rally their elaMM-sof tion to accoonmadatr'i'ra'.cllcrs rat uSieaMy -
:MARIA M. CARO.
the Port of Pcusacols seized: the said Schr. J. JERRISON Jr.
of the laws readers and supporters. And yet, copious ns heretofore. The Singe Oflieror .I Iw in iitfrtilrij
Harriet for the breach a* before : Sftretaiy I(Asir f Cu.
-..i forth und the said Colleltor in behalf a- as!' are these means of inlt"lIc'I'U'III'CIII'I'IJ.\ tfratellersfrom Mobile to Fcnacon) andnMcwnrd I June 27, 1 ::1.;.- lftIr.E Jan. W. l83(1.-43.-.;)3t.
i is now kept nt this House. The
tunrean'stillua < ill d. Lulition lolhe re ,
that aid Schooner
further
l rte"'aid prays .. of the und accommodations: will I,ea> e\tcnH\e the : cnniljia -- ,
Harriet her tackle apparel and fiiiniture "'ii \" day, passing nolicts ol > ns I > County Court, Notice.T .

be forfeited to the UM of the United State I lMK.ks! the. |MM'ple. in larye nuinU-rs. in nit! comfort .Trntellers 111:1rl"' uirl'. At.nl( Ttitn 1S3;.

Therefore the said prayeth I that parts of our' grout icjniblic. crate the |1'I ''He *- J. \\ I. SIMMONS.Ulnkrlv O RU1:1:1:1): : : : that ( math to 1.(' liar n, Sat i\4 the next teim.of the honorable tile
attorney ,.sion the. Jj'iiy. 3d. IKU.! --II.-if. iniul county court of Ercani: bra( to
advice ofthecourt here in the and ol' btMiks thctue\cs] and details, I'atU rsun und John I:. Pnngltbe cnuniy,
that due proccof law be issued premise' U.IIII..1 I dejond mere passing' i allusion, of the pro HE: undersigned hams receited: : timid of- appointed Road ('oiuinito ioners on tin be held nl the city of Pcnsnrola, on the' first
; }
Ihe slid Schr. Harriet, her tackle appaiel.. i:n-sof elrM 0\' 'f)' mart and scieiite. Hut firs for talc a quantity ofCRAMHERRIES : : \\'c'!>1 side" of Escuubia: Ilh er, and Joseph :Monday of April next, shall apply for the

and furniture, and that due pntclaninlion rium of literature. eugrnrsiug occupation: ,' : G. '\'. HARK) LEY.Die. : ForMth. Jantcs \\'. Eitiij: ,t, and John. A. final) M-'tilemcnl of the Estate of Thomas

with monition, may issue in this ht'half tojxitc which preimt [xrMiuil picHtioii| air I HJlh. IKlTi.-41.-If. SinijiM.n en the Last side of said rr;, I Comm}!.n.., deceased, and mote to be discharged.

eten messages" to Iibrnrics and Ixiok- C. EVANS.A '
and admonish, all persons, and e>peeinlly Situkolnuu>x of Ilu.111- Judge. THOMAS COMMYNS.
the said Michael Carrune: :Master, &, sellers! nre nt in.my cntiso to keep{ hilt Cony. Jr. j
ft nun.rglHEpronctor
William O'Brian thereof |people away from the feast of rr..!'>ClIl. :uia'! M. CRUPPER.Votfce. : Executor.Oct. I
reputed owner ,
time I"lIjU\'mt'nt of nie c'u\f'lc'el liicrarx ahmenl. : | of LillelPs Mu. -- ---
the and b\
lo be and ai.lwnr\t day place his : .. Forcif Literature, Scieucd Art, nn --- -- -
the UIIII of the lmillt'lla't|! |. ol' : .
named show if
your honor Ut Itc to cnie ha deterininrd lo of the 18001LFjl' )
.IiI"I"ttoe" remaining !
the Library to oblate these lillii idin'''' s. iI
have the said Veel called t fllllE: undersigned ( .
they why hatingobtuted LetJL
of the
nny ooc'Io'! backolumes
': tr..unhlet'r imidi'.ii hili I. snull : at a tery reduced from the Jail of Monroe i
nt
) a cot
tackle und furiiiturc I lers of administration ESCAl'ED
her
the Harriet, orpaiel on the estateof'l'humaa
and uithout any JHTHHII| ellorl''. to obtain pnee,''/r half mily of the original subM'rip! Southern District of Florida
should nut be condemned und sold, tion. lie thus oilers ,' Wright l deceased, hardy m/ti I
and the money ari.int; fiom said ale to I' for his' on use! nnd that of his fatourtalfriends Reading Rcoms' lo, and Library to gentlemen Companies I t 'lies 1I1I11t'I..UIII4{ lU .t hum said olate is indebted a prisoner by Ihe name JAMES: S. SUI10NI.'S -
or family, valuable \\(lIlt!. ('(111I'Ipie'le. [ who was committed to my custody '
IK distributed: according to law, and : to present their accounts nnd claims
on all the branches of ,.rful and forming collection-of book. nn opportu-i{ { on three indictments found the
,. condemned ) hold and ic! iittented for settlement I by
that she IK o nut i und all
nit milibled -
literature and ) purchasing: twenty large. & extremeJ!J {IMTHMIS grand of raid
:
the muney distributed, prays th. jHipnlar that in u form I vnliiablemiorellnneoiM to said estate.: will be expected tomake jury County, on the roeral
ly tolumesala {
(aORa'AI.K.rr: well adapted) to the comfort of the tender.! )price immediate pa>'nienl.HENJN. 1 charges of murder, piracy, and larceny, f

Attornev for United State The charm variety.! :is far as it is!< compatible farbelotv their cost or value) > ; nn opportunity D. WRKiHT..bnir. amid inmle his escape by means of false keys
which
I'ttittit States America, uith morality and g
lit. of VVest Florida. \INS held constantly in view' in noiidiictinj ration, & which cannot occur ngain.' The Aug. 2 J, IH3T.-23.-81. Ute of New Hartford, (Conn.) a mariner,

CHAMBERS.: the Library. to 'fill_paces''of\\ Rid' time _c.'r1(111 i following trttis''ill not be dctintcd from ) -- and has been for several years in command I
--
On rr'nc1l11st the forgoing Libel it is ordered I I literature of .TenI Hritain, in all its U. orders ate received within the present 1 1--- f'i 1)I'('alt"' |I of trading and wrecking*vessels, and atone

tllllt the. Marshal of the Di't. aforesaid I vnriousdcpartmcnfoofliiocrnphy.I ) Hi i"tfll!" } year, 1835 beyond which period the )proprietor : undersigned Polish National (Vm- 1 lime commanded Ihc chr. Lydia of Philadelphia.

sei/j*. attach, and take into }his posbcanion ''Tratels, hotels and IDeemshall. l he fre(- will taut: IK.- lxund by the promtnotice. I''r J. inilUc. in the United Slates' propi"' ephblishingnnhisioricnluccoiinlof He is about thirty )t-ars of age,

the Schooner Harriet, inentiuned in 1 Ily pul under contribution. With perchance, I. Sets of I I I the Poli.hemigration lie ftcl the or *ix inches high, has n downcast

the Libel l, together with her In"ldrI'P'" ; M-cnionuI except ions', it is intended loyitc! hc'! tttcnty a'ompltt'.olumrs will : In these United I Stales"' under guilty INk, dark sallow complexion,
mindtcr for ) : .
supplied 3II.UI
in cnsh.
entire the wnrk which hhull l-oj ; but from clue con/inrnu for M"t'ral
+ rel and furniture :\Illllhat! he make due ttcustomary lcclcd for 2. Sels of ; the title of-IHE: POLKS: 1'J HE I-
proclamation thereof, by JM)H- publication. When circumstance. atsthosize I twenty criuplclc toluinoeaily NITED: STATES: OF AMERICA: ; ,'* lulcpi months had become some somewhat pale,
half h houlul
ting a copy of this order and libel upon themast 1| the Im"sure, recourse will be Im.llu U (' cri-h.' in blue or ml morocco i'facet d! by a short statement of the history has a remarkable scar on hU head alt slimescars I
sod [ thclitrrary stores of Contincnliul KIIIKJKland -. [ ol the laic about his face. lieI.is well known iu
of md L Schooner Harriet in Ilnt'1 The I Polish Retoiution, nud lo l>eaccompanied
I purchaser'11o order l ound
translationmade! from French Italian sets Neu York here his wife's connexions reside.
.
% public places in the City of -" : by1 with authentic touchers con
hatelos order
may name printed) in cold
thereof Michael Car- or German ns the care" may be. uccteal'ith the .
serving a ropy on residence of I the Poles in
: rune, Miller: an I pablUlfms: the same intoner 'I 1 I Whii the body of the workt ill IK- a rerrint .1I oil charge the back without un)' additional. i I this" rCllllltr).. Form in fh u. Subscription I will give the above reward I if he i is secured I

Sew"1'tJr.r ia the City of Pcnsacolu, I I I or at times a translation of entire vfl The Museum price fcl, payable on delivery unl}'. in any Jail in the United States, or the
< contents consists of thebest
for the space of forty days and that he make'return j unmet, the cot'er will exhibit the micella- selections from the entire The Committee being seiiMble of the advantages fame reward with all reasonable expensesis
la seams character of a Magazine, unit conn'st. range of, delivered to me at Key West.
doe the
offered
of what b premises to I British to the Poles b)' a settlement
this Court nl the Court House in Pensaco- 1 of sketches of men and things, nnd notices 1 periodical ties litcrntnre ; Uc'ic"y'l \\ '", Es in this fo ored land, the proceeds of THOMAS EASTIN, t
Ac. nnd it
Pottry, ('mphatically -
of novelties in literature and the may U. a MARKIUI.Key .
la on the First! Monday in May next ensuing art.I bcasserti-d thnlilo the workaftrr defraying theexpcnfei.of publiralil.n ..
throughout the civilized world. A full & eriodical e- West, July 25 183 [34-If
the date hereof. I 1 vcr published retains its iutere&t that will be applied in aid nf time colony ]
or
And it is further ordered that if the master regular supply of the literary monthly nndhebdomadal the bark volumes bear the relative on the Hock biter, stale of Illinois. -- -
journals of Great Britain and came Rnaaway
or owner of the said schooner Harriet] value the Museum. MARTIN ROSIENK1EM

wish to bond the Mine, that then and in I Ireland in addition to home pc/iodical The ns back sets of volumes remaining FELIX: GWlNCZEWfcKI.DR. : FROM the subscriber, near
twenty <<
that case, the aid Marshall may summon of a similar character, cannot fail to )provide hand CIIARLESKIIAITSIR.: Alabama, oa
on not und
Hanson Kelly, John Forsytn, Charles ample materials for this part' of 014 rapidly going are ofT. Address numerous, etc New York, August, 1835. Ai. the23th Get, a NEGRO FELLOW

Ke ser, Henry flyer, and John Jerrison work. ADAM WALDIE: about 40 yean of ago

Jr. to value and appraise said Schooner, The resources and extensitc correspondence Notlee.'TUE I named Primus. Heb about
Philn.'lelphiu.Notice.
an:J upon the valuation of said commission of the publishers, are the best undersigned having obtained Let. ,:5 feet ten inches high, with most of his for

-- en ur any three of them (the same being J guarantee for the continuanceof the. Testamentary on the estate of Beth out, and speaks after the manner peculiar

duly sworn by competent authority the continuance of the enterprise in which AT the next term( the honorable the Pedro de Alba, deceased, hereby notify all 'I to most negroes raised I in low coun

truth to nay) the Marshal) as aforesaid shall they arc now about to embark, as for county court of Walton county, to persons>> having claims agcinst Mid. estate, '' try. Primus wu recently the property of

allow said master or owner to replay the abundance of the materials to give he held in and for said county, on the first to preM?nt them properly attested for settlement 'a Mr. Samuel Clark, of Mobile. A liberal

said schooner by entering into bond, pay it value in the eyes of the public. As far ns Monday March next, 1 shall apply for! and ail persons indebted lo said estate fcaldiII be paid for b apprehensioiu

able to the United States of America with judicious selection and arrangement are I the final settlement oflheEstateofhphratmlMM I arc required to make immediate pay JOHN P..BOOTHCom

two good nnd sufficient M-purMfcK. to hen concerned, rearers will, it is ho| ed l, have ( don, ilccenwed, and mote to be di .'har-. ment. cull Co. A la..No*. 11. '17tfC

proved of by the Marshal <;a .i nm double | remain to be fully satisfied, as the. editor ofhe ged t JOHN ALBA, C:::?' The Mobile CunmerciaJ Better.PenacoU .

of the ai1 appraisal. ralnation, condilionrtl i ( Library i ill nut a stranger lo them, but JAMES n. GORDON.Adnrr. ECUENELA'I'ADY, Gazette, and GrwcrriSd n&If 1

that caidiwhooner Harriet shall bft redeliv-j has more than once obtained their (tour- I y:xautors.. will publish the shore for two moths and,

ered to ihecuMtody of the Marshal as afore- ''able suffrages for his past literary effort, j Dec. IDth Ib35.-41.- Oct. 10th, 1833.-3L-: forward their accounts to me for g 1 M't.,

F

.
.

.



I .





., .


L ___ .j-". .....- -:. -- ... .. .- .. "+ '" ..-,'...._____ .w.-.."-"...- ..-.... t



'rogltem
+ .

'" r
Is
r


The commander of ,the guard, Ia,.try in mornings mall via Heir Ortetfi,. from or barque JOHN TOMAS .

hi* !letter to the Governor.MI hate xami-- Tamps Bar, ,dated 3*. 1st, we'tar* 'a*.1 (ireIaed) r toes Quebee.. for> Belbet.them of Od.rut. -. staid tb within ""r. s
I nod those napeni and find home Jmpro- count oft... tae than pf ibis
revs MI ssacrt of a large noe&er .w...& oo board, and found tatfe .. I ct- J
her and i lodbrit-et'.ttmrtJ.ln rrlatioti to of the United States Troop of that place, to the fpMteat duties bat ins bad -lG'r"A
nothing
SATE Rf AY, JA WARY 14 Ib36. the Prmideiit, our goiernment and stale by the minis Indiana. A dttachmea bat aali water to drink for four da)*, and t
--- --- -- uulhorilieii and agents, faith gotrrnment of 100 men, tinder the direction of Major bad nothing to eat. ,1-d. '

The Mailt.Wf have been disappointed and Mate agents, the Ucorgia Guard, &c- Dade, Capt. Gardner and Lieutenants Uas- After giving them some wine and water i tlllULI,'\ Fn

for the I last week I,; and upward, in the rrfii- and many bitter remarks roncetning the singer, Mudgr, Hender Qp and titan and we putt them below and pot dry clothes un i The ''oht atiddte Dktrkt it
of our Northern Mail The weekNfon ('hf'rukNnlJttr *, hut finally concluded Dr. Gallin, Mere dfYpaltimTou the tOil. ulLto them.-We learn' frcmthiMe that were nn- who It ft thi place about four redo fAvto.
lit receipt that they iu-iv not of such a nalnrc as! join Urn Clinch at Fort King U) ttptirlH > nihle that they failed fanny Qt.tlcc on the I for the I of w a have returned, leavteg.
,
that
1.-t, we incnlionid an rxpcdinan .would) } justify! hit hrir' :! Innind ovei lo nnvner of ihrte "un n urn who arrittd about 25th of October, .for DdC:.... ai.d that tnIhrdth aliiut ttioLr-ndrcdcf: the recent rccinits

had br.'n $gotten up here in aid of the for hi- offence III our Court I there a ,,"'k afterwards, nil wounded, intelligence instant, while. scudding: under a for the protcctiaa .f the (,otdi. Gen.Call

"lsttcsrtllcrsatong! use rna-- or the Gulf in f re, after: keeping him a few day tinder was brought of the dnUrucliou of goo"e winged foresail, in a heavy gale of I w'i rlN. ia ''Ol I I.arrangement .
ni"-ht.orhotHl of the Indian t Ctiard. hate chairgeil him. flow' Inn l .: i Ihe whole detachment by the Indians. wind from the westward, the barque t tie wade (u furnishing the ncceaaarysupplirs
ihe, : country he ui" kept under guaid before the arrival The account they giver that about broached too, teat the recoud sea (bat came .f provisions for rent .of which,
and lo protect St. M.uk &r. against an I of Col. Ilnhop' at Spring Place, your ei mmittiv o'clock, in the morning of the 28th, they on .board swept her dctks entirely end her thuve wlMikatvioft arrisedst5eredaaeh.

ijtrihendcd| dcM-ml of the Indian in their are II IIi II(u rmf>ll. Yet it i" c\ idOnl.o were attacked by an o\crnjielmii'g! number pomps being tried, found she was filling, W'e learn that ua company of '.o.1 \

rnnoc. The extra Strain Mail Hint: :a" j your comnntieithat. the m"triietM iH" of the I uf ; Alajor Dade was hot im- heir a she did in two hours time. They' also I from "tDnah. (e under the CII. .
late Kxecume.: the Gu.-ird in tinmatter ,I loc'dlatt-1! )'-Capl. KruM-e rode! forward and slated that then wert utrtv of Captain wbo bate generovaJyofferfd
authorities ,
c''ult..J l the to tow itn.iton t.hfl
public
I'l were enlin-i) di"ie 'aunl! fur the Gouiiuir'direct : "a u sins rut down-the remainder main- board at that time that the Captain' I Innmf'I" ( tllfir bad armed at Palat-
the IMI..H nnplotcd ill the expedition to iiMtrucuon-. ro, blurt whcne tamed: the content f'r nn hour, until the) "'m. Patterson w ho had his ka on tic bt. Je.hae. inarcunlatce

thrards.c.h'..tt11atiun. Hitherto out of abun- err i mduiduiiN were arrester) fur t lTcncecommitted ,1 were reduced about 30 .in number. Tht on Ixkard, and lhat the first du) they "if"l' with her lulo.J.
.pirt
: : of rllltiun. the contractor liar rot)- agsimrt': then\ \\+ of Georgia, they! Indian then retiretl.!' and the siimtoral> in each others arms in the cabin The I ntd..I..Her of situ and a U T.a.h
Merc iniinethatel U- brought In-iore III** most all wtuinded, ihrewr up a slight breast male star the saiiH-t'u! ) wa-hcd <.tcrbonrdanddntwned I lant I1Ulca tr P Tc Itsu ,
ttntttly kept twti BoaN hen, though one cuil authuntKlo. l be dealt with a* the. law \\ fir L.. The Indians n'l UI ut-d tolbeitlluckat I and two nun died in the utll.ts. struts t ".>>lli

)".,+ alvtay bern sufficient. tu Carr)' the mail dtrtMtllot the < ommander) of the Guard i II i o'clock and. cnmph'lcd. the slutighierof r' cattle! ; nnd. ) the: same night: threr men uiitcst now premises to be a bloody cad

witlregularily. Hut jut mm, all ill luck nay, after examining. hi!' PIMT: | and finding the whole ct'i ps. The time sun 1\ IIrll.! dud I of e\M>tiire and! fitipue: in the main di.sjx-rale one ; and little hope is eutertaia-
him guilt of no ofl 'ire for \\hieh he who rt'i.rll..11'.lIlIl'a 1 tn after frau.li"l eel of bringing U lo a ttinuuation wiUuuix
Mill hate ii, one of the hoiers: of the Mail ) | ) j op. Tin ) hailtrut.. tr-MN ctcry tiny olhe '
.. was nn-iueruble in our ('ol1rl-"I." the. lIl milt throuuli vtiMls.nild.lbut! eh ten lint hat! lot crlun the wrctk" one It'IIII! 'Ihe Indiana are c-ollcctiug
Boat his got 1 out of order! and ha been o- the cummaiuicr' of the Guard "kept him the negrt.es nihhcd in DId: buicl.eicd the ur thick, (a bn; ,) made Ifirrr tack 1:1: get flun'Un.u.'I't-r" ;ai.d a c".Ii.fllble! ntm-

l hacd to he up some days! far tcpair.The in cu"todf. w day and then diM-haiged wounded. 'I'bty' dccnbe the londucl nlIhe In them, but night iDiuingon. they raw nu u 'no.tt urn ktown to Ur &
-- him." our committee. would! n!"k with noble f llow .* who lot| ri,.bnl ai in lit nore of her. jii i"pc

unfortunate derangement of our fii-lig: of mortification whywa*" he kept highest. dipree :aJltI.I. 'J'he) obi\etl t J lit Mhen brought on onrd l the ship their t 'I melancholy InteJlrntt of the urderofGrn.

... -tern mail route, alluded! to in anothrr in ( u"lcld)" ONT MiMt: t n I II(') out! the. IIIIM-.. -. n order. and ..h.clilaeir I gniiiid lo the' la tTht "I'I|'enrnnre wa" niiM'ra'le! m the extreme, 1 h"la n ldiu Agent, and

ariu-le. pretcnled the receipt of theCt'oternor when it wn" !"(nM'crtamcd had, coninntiedno 1'ghl' wjHMiciothiii! the Indianeii'. I iiid their 5Uj: | ,>firaiirn" fur water, which Li. Smith of the 8 A. bear Camp

'* Meage in tune for this week' .. nffir'ice; 11Cas it to punish! him : fur hi-I. (lit. ..in. iNiwn: with kni.tud the' were u- W e date not gitr them only in ..mall cpianIIKO. Kina h* ronfrnle.
imlminl glutmfiitf ill rrlatinnto lhHmrfHi > blijjetl in throw uw a) their guiu or sink were tri.l:!) pitiou-*. All of than any official account
(.'.l7t 11e. 11& hall npjtrnr in our. next. The (iitur'l!" PerlriM| + !N.. Hut in -'*/n!.>- with h the hutMaj. -*. hind<
in,itl ha* lof'f'n l brought: n .by a small hail" nlI;. the Guard hate ,''iulalrc'r! l'rllIl'lpll' : Helton i* nt Tampa ha)'. expecting he c\'l1.tiun: | t>f tun- acre dt ilirt'UOn mg l particulars from gentlemen who
of the constitution, which guaranteeiV. ",'- an iiltack. bait tto hnndrtt] men. well .. bore a 11011 in :-On the 29lh of Der.
IHIII: We hue date* from Washington oftin / prepared lie :I-I. \\ III. i ( rRn c.n. a nntiteof IM-I-: : i
:2A nI. from Tallahassee of the glll.'t" .-- ; 'y ,hay! ftjtifil ripht to the eilizenof" tilts!' with, 1lnd.IUIII! and. stockades., It List' tiii.l. lie tti :fti much tit bihtiileil bt the arm), consisting of two bunr Regulars
: ,'ulllltr,'. They hn\fje(iiinli/eil lIlt" ( Isaraeter i-!' said" : tti be kin I) p w>iliU- that ('.ij't.im Pats sttttri .: on lie witck hut( all tin in.tlt-r (;tn. Clinch, aD bUD
understand l that tll.1f'UII Boat inownfiv !' and reputation! of the State r.f Georgia t I Gardner. ->caKd.V| !. man* we ('I alt! u..elo rtcotcr him wen dred ,\uluru tn under Cll! (m

III readme-) perform her trip abroad by this act of wanton mid uncalled II 1It,ai iuJ.(. mcnci'd its hue of aiarch, firm Can

tt tutu tinu>nal regularity.Itv for 1'aisdaltsm-And will brink down iix>n 'I'ux: ArI.- "e call the ntt<'ntii.n ..( oturtaders 'I be conies t.f the peixm >atit! are. tom turns, en an Indian trai for WithlattKKlrfe. -
the |>e iple of Slate theme: t itn!le aunt IMIUU-! -"> lo theioii.II/U/ II''C"ialiull un.dc'I.\ ( ..1..1.utliu 'atnck llarlin, Kol'crl MeKcnmore, Johnliuyin I On the 3lt army reachedthe

a I hte arrival) at New York, paper chartof inho hate INI..i rceeited from I'an.a.id!' Havre :tranger., \"our cominim conceive therefore Texaon the :ICHh Notimber l lust which 1.a I : ruiger: ..i.n. and ,:altl.t.\ I'a'g... Tin the riter. Regulars crossed first

of the '.!I"t Nov. :Mr. Barton had taken that lle: Stale of Georgia C an only reline publish to-tla)'. f rum the 'ft"l'U': Icle"raph i it&ii.is nl lbi-e t l.u iftisl.ed ate (;aptWm. stud when a ,uI.1 portion of tie Volunteers t
I l..root'l: from the obn..\i<, !< cliaruc--; anal. to the decie** of the ", '11'I Pultirs'n and st ifs. Jt.-ejh FurpeHtn Inn) eMrctcd. a passage, the Indianr comnienttd i
|JI:I s...1e f ur the T. States and a French fleet I and) denuncialion-4 that will !IK' made) upon I -Ult-d general. congress' of Mexico of IW of : mate. W in. MilUr. Aidiew!. L'HIji: a ,"iilld and unexpected atlark,

under \dmtral :Mnckaw, was underl tc Kxi : her. by H firm ultr.nctL! & mieijuiiocnl liapproba -- I ( klnlx-r lat \\ Vint, John Smith and Ills !h Gu t s. w Inch wus rI.IinuN! some tim when

to l he p. sparing to sail: for this side of the two of the nndiicl't of the Guard in These d..rwueuts pre...'Jit a succint and the enemy gateway I all ; before
thus matter by the Hcpre-ciilHtite* of Ihcirople clear lew of the 1111'1 il.. of the|. ctinte-t IKiw )-'iY>iH thf AVie VorA" Mrtcunlilrtlr.. a giilluiu charge by our army. The
the of FranceTln
Atlantic to protect commerce ( in thu 'ir 1.c*giolali\e capacity. The <.eiiTe\.i. .. anti than \i-nng. : .iuihouMi' s' oI| l I '1 he ft lion ing letter )I.as just nut 1 ltd |egubrs svfiered severely. The whole ,
I hM.'** more fllf'riOIiIl than nny Ihmtr we i-bararier' aitil !'tindiiif.: which the State MCMCO. i. handetl to us for publicaiion; :| t M** i* four kit and fifty nine wounde.-

line, t d seen. The French piper. men ..1J'lIt!tl ha; :lhUl! If held! amongst heri 1'he satul di'en e annihilate* al one blow Oilice of the Solicitor of the 'J n as55ry.. ) Among the are (;apI'D ,
lion m II'rmc..r approl-alion.. the fact thatw'on -i..tcr Stales" ib'viands lhat IIJKMI lilt.\\\ ->ul.- all the ".!:its' lrgl..laiujc+. and coinerU' tin I December ll>. 1 Itcw. S' lttlrla.I" Graham and Hidgely, of the .
jrcl. slit, hould sLK-ak .f'nn/y; anti '.jvA1.j.. <;to\eiii* and other Itle' uiillinrltit into I I Sir-The dn adful calamit' w hich has I befallen Regular troops-Of the Volunteets Col. 1
demanded
I.ic
Mr. Ilarton : (pas: ""l'url of the ( '( IIlr11 Gou' John Warren. Col. Maj.
mi re HIM; nl*' rnnieiii. the neti; hauls fir New Yuikbv fire Leigh Hid Cop
tli,-\ tt --ipgiten him u unaccompanied: I by I the ill w bites of the dictate & ,'r, nnd Lieut. -- t
"-I copy Ihe following: litter of I.t Col tirl.twltut (Iii w or i is dtt-med a pttper occasion b> the -crelary -
Mitt f x resion of regret at In- departure Mills from the. J.u.kxiiitillc" Courier: of theDee. t r. I of the Tn usury for assuming the res of the wounds were considered dangerous

ihc. outrage uhuli h.nU-in: ctmmitied i bonds which bt through the body, were mini -
< them
adn 't. ion the part of Ingntcrninint." .** \\'UlillcI..cJ-C.lpt.\ ,t. Lantasit-r.I p- on duly may Lp
| 1 iris the ct.n l H utioii. it is necessary to bear Ulling due nnd it-main unpaid in rnn'eqtiencf i 1.i.r of his recovery. loss of the enemy -
( setrrclt, not dangerous) officci and 2
I It i- with feel ins4: of nil It"Ii liar) charac- men belonging: : lo the Western Keginx: 'nt. in mind, that I hi*, general congress wan elecleii uf tllil' une.peclcd teramigtnu: m or I i.eI nat from thirty-five forty ]
under the constitution of 1821, with the ir affair The IIttll'uli..n nf Cohgrcwwill L.llle and b larger number wound- ,
De.ir !
-'Ir-III uddilon the
ler lint wegrto place to the disastrous iniHlipntcc to brush of
and Volnuteers behave I >
i coniituiionai. |Kiwcralone: that the mem- all be directed to this Regulars !
pn.b&bility
the. Ihlh in
) when the has .
:: eone was calstured.we.
which wr publish today from ...another } cstrrdat to Kinciift' the, l>eis" lotik the. oath''' I procril cd b)' thai con subject! iniinttlii.tejt. with it tu-w to tluch: with great flnnnand Jie the entire

TatnjKi UiI}'. It is rue. that the Indians!' Sahltath. At U o'clock in the morning wt -titntion.' lu ih-citc stud .u.h.in l it, and! relief as tiny may dec'm proper on t.ecasion approbation, (Dlmaning officers

I hate: .t l I'Y'n generally deemed) tut formidtMeasihcy took up the line. of marth from CrumnV that its tiolutiunnf tin*. oath the two houscs t'f such anaifiirling etcnt. 1's 111 theirdispwsitt..u 'I, he ct'UIl'I i i. nprrntt IbO mho .
hate had some in the e matters
weir represented hut what I.).rt for '1\hc'all"l'l-un arming at the cud &:1.rn.f..IIIIt'II'.ht"fI' into a contention. is known, tht-rrftue, )'C" willplcdM.
t of the Prairie, adtanced. guard and iinittd! in one house or thumbtr. thus' .* lo su pend proeeedini! on such t'uslom having been a very severe one. I lasts -
our M-nt
.irftH 'eitirriiuntoitindiiccd| the sending. i ofas t
about hour. The Indiana .
I
s an con-
back cold to me at the head of the Dutalnnd iN'sin \ tug she 2't-note mal urping, JM\\ ('ra I .house btindxa-, mal be it-ported Its ) flU
h,uiuiu: ..f men.-uch a forlorn hope a* form j AUichua men, now called the IM I Reg-1' which wa! ne\er granted.It :! i a- unpaid. protidcd.! in the exercise; of n ccaletl i m the thickets,. while our men :,

<'d! 'I.!' cominand of Major Dade, thiouchI ) iinent that the. Indian wereburning Ito: would, I..- "pa rn lId tare if the. (','nirrevs i sound difCiclinn, you shall U of pimon to JKrtc' in the open pile woods. The des- i

... tern. heart of the" Indian country, and I Iauit'! IIOIIM. vc. I M.-II lit. nu'si-filler" InGen. ., f of these. Issued: State* were to dt'crt'eat that they hate not been 1 paid in IOIIH-- Inuil.r low, shims more conclusively I
Call who.. :L' in thecentie with l'ulli. the pli. Mitt session.. that it I 1.P"'f"'Ot.-d' full I'f qutiiie o'f the (lu'1''nl ti! !'tluled) stall' olnicrcuntile ban i words, the superior coolness and pre- '
th. when lien. ( 111I1'11:1,
known
ton. u lo ci ion of out men. Many of our officers
a nr.iional. I"UInJi"n .. bu-mr ind that the inn .
a / -
j .P.tiiflt and' tvarrtn with order to l toke twocoiupHino. powets uniting: s, rist
!
lint t'u l n toI) U' et :o lodcein it imprudent H(.,..,. and I Hmclioon. and Shan.. ihe Senale and. House of Ki pit si.III ll\n of the I'otcriiintnt doe> not rtiit.ue immediate. and men distinguished Ibtm.he on the
will doubtless the
M mute, ctenat the frontier, with ncarlt till the mouth and west of I the Ihunnnxk.Caplait in one ( hinU'r, m.d. lilt toiislilutcd.' was pout +s. occasion, vho receive
lo change the, form of go trnsnrnl diIrot 't I condole with sinccrel on this aw- ciedit which they are entitled to, ra the
) o
there hundred men tinder hi comniHiidwr.tu )- !o\1U1I1II.'rnll and GiblH>n were dtarhtd !e- you
There (>n .the North anti Kit: -t. 1(55(11 true all| the State legislature: *, nil tsl.ii.- : fi.l ili-i! '.nsaiion. of Pot' MI nee to } our fit) ficial reports| "birh.i b lade by the
.11 a lo-ttueuujecture. ma Caplain> Turner I..IIICBcr; and Mcl.e-. li-h a monarch)" or itn\ other ..) sit Sal ofL'otetntitcnt. 'r'I t and urn, with great resins cl. sir, ) (Jut nuMoUdicnt Iceri.in c'uIIUala.
Mill ri'*Miine mtsnke: al-out this. mutter, but more. and coteitil) the pace U-twicn C(p- In such an etch I I'C!' thereoneof l s.'"Dill, -

\M fear the account ill loo true-and i if to talus lluiclu snits and Gibbonthe, ado! the :Slants; \t.uld! not and ouyht, ; N MAX Y, v.I"r of ihe TicnM.r ttni
ii ",.i. a frightful destruction (human life, lance guard entered the! hammock and not. to resist 7 To \\ m. M. Price, EXJ I'. S.; Altoij Matnulthh, in his summary tiew of Ruhitrc -
The of the of Texas southern district t.fNcw \ ork.I '
tipponcnts! rouse nr for the
a'mo.t withuut a parallel in cit ili7ffl or KIx wire immediately fired on-we all dismounted j ) History orPoland says.-"Univer- .
and t-ntiter-the hammock at the and ihoM.- who ha".I''f'1I lukewarm or indifferent sal 1 (Hdilical its usual
;t::e "arfare. Hut three men were left to charut-Mcp. tout were KKIII in 'tlul-IIIc: in tt. err bound to study tin .!' ubtcl I "Our readers an-uware that the ingen fruit in nu! ia Not prouC Muscovite

tell the imlancholy) fate of their brethrenin Indianelliii' }; constantly firing by Platoon. | ami.. inform ibtniM-ltis, ..f its trail mrr I'i ioii.s Hows who pursue the nefarious prac- !hows a glimpse of genius or virtue; t1' awoid

arm. ..*-tliey were in a thic* bush ..umland its for otberwiM i they f"\pOpe thrniMlte lice of snuipcling good, I l-elwien this State ..1.&e'and man are it seems, the fame
had i a great udiantxgp: and fired on n* to the charge of being antaconists of ronlilutional and the neighboring piotimts tttc ofttntintm ill the same in Ihe lanlage tbe wiethcs. -
AI our latest dates (rum Washington!' wiihoul our sctiug ihtm. Howe\tr after goternmcni! of liber)' and human -I to etc noise 4 },. *d deal of tort in or- There M' a ,re ter

nothing :.nlcrcMmc had ) et Im-ndonc. In nlMiut one hour's sharp firing it cei--d I ami rights. der to elude the officers stationed on either dt rstructi of understanding and virtu ia
the Senate otithe ",Kh :Mr. we caincouiof the linmnuKk and. found I : 'flatuntiring clTorlsof' ('"I. Austin for; tide! the Irne. A trick orcumd ufi'w ) tats slur lis ofone Swiss canton, English pti '
tinypresentetl our lo*!* u> uhCl'c> staled. .hc.lal"t filtn-n years to populule'l'exa,' with I I since which, i i" worth recording. A custom rib i or American town, than in that ot fiAyilanet .
his! titli to appropriate, for a limited time, the I':uica>'tcr i- shot III the nark, not dan- i an industrious" agnciiliurnl people, wlm..eeducation j house, (.Jt'l'er stationed on sale I AmerieenI loads of Muscovites.1We
Ilruc..1.. of the sales of the public lands, and I L'eioui"' The time. mill belonging: / In theltratrn and habit!' nre etjually calculaln>> I I I had rendered! himself rather obnoxiou
the adtaiueguard. to difl"ue right nr.tl lilt-ral principles" oirthe : tti the smuggling gentry, b) hi- inquiMto-
for granting" land to certain Slate On Kegimcnl. werein the arrived
j I benighted: regionof: :Mexico; and I., 1 rtil I imposition, bird a rU'I.lt.\ of h IIc." r born by Mazeppa, o
tin :-ame da) .lr. ( "lIluulIl'U''uI.d. Our all Itdla\t' well barnuni7e with then "f l:!bN i* en II... :1..1 wbo. were "'Iht- habit of lrai portiig some last ruing fnim New Orleans, that the
neighbors -ni.mtif \
A bill in repeal; the first and second sec- I I us hating smelled i powder for the first: and] north is btudable: ; and his!" cat rtii'ii- I, foil-Kiiltn coimiiodilif: flo the Stalls, wire "Ie'aml1'ul I lx raid James to New-orlcans Monroe and OUo lat the

Hans *if the net limitinc the terms of H t'rtlrr bins at the present' cn"I i,.. to 11"'11 oppression' -it pet' sstYI by the as. iluons i fforts of this oiintr .
We and nil I ..'(; inform the public as to the true merit! III I \\ullhy, that they wire MH.lud to its, if I'r to this | ort, came in contact on Lake
of certain officers therein named t"-e. rtraptured our papers: our 'onchartrain. thirty miles East of the Rail
IIIt'n..ila. 'I he Mtnmunilion I the contest iiibihieliTe.aastsengaj.Yl, !" merit he rll/hlll"l/ l.caught illlth, "" n ti;>p. I Torlhispur
co4ikinu, and
A bill! In regulate the public n'1 o?'iie*. :. load-the Otto sunk in five
j il'tlho ,, f'n'all taken; ac II '. slue approbation of the' Inters of hl>" tty iV |>o.se they pn> ( dIll Iloiillon a imDItialelr.
At-ti, a joint renilution amend! thcconi. On the IRlh. while the 'towns) were" nt truth :-una suining in hi. manners or pretension large cask, with" cuter ttluth fa>ttnu! iithoms :tC'r. Crew passengers astrdlsnst -
and total losa. Mobile
.tltuu, MO as to protide for a distributionof hrllll our baggage: I was sent to PrH-st's *. hi" ambition seems' to lie limited down ilk an iron clasp MI mid. b)' n pad (cargo a -.
lo the I cause of. constitutional ( i lock. In the Ixitiom a quantity of loos-!' ( /"ltl/r.
the surplus n.'"".. old plare to ittonnoiire.. and bad a hot promote n'f.- ,
I I dons and the ol his hUll -black wan strewitl. and) M-IIIC linn. -
R. H. ha* l> nominated t II.IMfi r Mime Indians who' wi-ie drMing IurtSPerity adopted counirv. I I"
Tarry ceii theSenate
to up hc'r.t.C and cattle tiff Ihe. prairie but .-.\'. (). llullrtin.thr '' |Italtt'r| laid on list Inn' In. this condition Etery: tongue appear to b sounding the

for the office of Chief Justice and the) di-lanccd! us. I had with me ('a Caiilatns I'r I' the) journe) e'd (flu until the (ol..m'nti.nn praxis of the noble, generous Philadelphians -

1' P. HarUiur for that uf AP-''')crate Justin, Ko.-s uicheson. and \\ ll1allls, and Lieut. I II : ,.,." l'orlltrr..ll.lrerliarr. officer, eter on the alert nt"I Ilu'D. I who hate shown every possible
I SIIIPUKIX' : AND LOSS O.' L1VKS.. : di mandcd That tin'ir containing thecask and
of ihc. Supreme Court. I'ualsattar1lli: ; halorn : 'la.h.r.nek.! I "rJ"1 "|", ) given ner mintatitnuflhrir
l I Throiieh the puWf6tu.s" o(( apt.! ( should be -: !. After parley)', determination"
tlulUill.u,1 lie charge! tPaffnirs to Me\- 1 'hl'r..h'j
t We hntr > haul lime abend Fur twopst ill. tif the -Iiiji SUI lit America, \, in w hich tltcsmugglrrsa1pcutd rather ashy.Ishe tilt I.. their brethern in New York. This
ii'u. AmosKethl.ill! aiPot Matter (Jeneral dots! I hate not rat enough to keep "I rated at This fNtrt Ihilll morniug. fn>m 2"1.1 man in authority mounted the wagon will now have the effect t do away

and Jaini'* (". Pickeit ax fourth Auditor of I mouse alit f'. nor hv: anv others in Camp. t'lu-s, we bate been aimed with 'hf'j -the enter wa+" linvd up. & h* perceived etcry lr' remnant of prejudice may have

the. Treasury' i( (except SO) men sent' down to guard Tarter -' following account of a distressing .-.hiliwn | the l'llt pnJf'nc.-.Jln n2 there was remained between the citizens of the two
*) who 'If'nt..* word thai. ihrv are in 'ek : without worth "bil atthe plat-t: '*.- ,"'. 1: Daily Adtertieer.Thr .
)1'.'.u 1l..tl'f111/ !'lryor.-Ncurc ; Lid toarc .' rwl quarter : our lun,.c s nl 1"0 fare had. I Not. !18. lat 4::1 45. Ion. VI 10. with bottom, he leaned met the .d -.
thC"e is sometimes a plenty of corn and no I I strong breczes and weather 2 P. '. with hu hand. The
hat the. Georgia IxicilaUire hate, with hazy at ( .llllf'n..tfurrhil' Pi si master General according to a
,
mill it. Potatoes
lo grind u sometime! M. saw a tr>sel on our lee how bearing N. smugglers perceiving : their
a pun and promptncMt. bccoimii the "'ul>- I I i if lime I opprtuni- promise which he gave some time past, baa
eel we can gel to dig them and K. hy J:., and on 1 looking w.th; the gla,. ty had some, tripped up his
jecl. taken notici- fI f the recent unlawful beef-but sometime wr are o"lf'rNfHl.\ .. found she had no sail) set, it being something went the astonished d oiliccr.; bawling out established a daily mail Lt.e this city

and outraqeoun arrest of Mr. Paj neb)' the !l'way and the bacgage another-hard limes.I1 uncommon, kept away from her. murder. The rascals ctHilly put d"1 ihe mid Mobile-this import mrwetiuto
I hate not lime lo say more. You must and coterand drote off without a single halt operation on tie first of January Instnsince
her found
Georgia Guard. The un of Mr.I Clay-i on Hearing the hind herforesail
It'l I ,'tell which time we have received mr
all 10riend.. how
| mailers are-if often miles from
ton. clMirintn, of the coniinilleo to uhom'the my blown in ribbon*, her jib und r the nli they were "p'at11 regular dates from all the Atlantic cities--
wife
i is not off do her if taken in their
gone stop possible. fore f and where they
M't, a small) signal /UingM her" place Mobile.
the mail failed from beyond
had l-n referred H Your to day
Mihjrrl '' creditable friend
tiwut.
half tuft
mast, MW nothing like a living being ft the steamboats
lit' I the new arrangement
to the magnanimity and tense of justice of \\ J. MILLS I till within a mile of h' r, when we discovered At [length the hopeful Jehu dente up which the mail to arrive at
P. S. We found six Indians dead Ilial"eninLhot' landlord if he carry are 11r
the fctaic. An extiact (rom the report i H sub a man in her maintop: under the lee ofa : latent door, asked ihr rail road at 9 o'clock) in the morning, \
wounded and takehis
many we know I sail in the weather anddirectly would them have some dinner
topmast rigging, 1t
which will Vmercban's
Irate nt 12 M.- five our
joined. ,
I not. 11'suppose there ''''rr.J: ) or 40 of saw that the top was full of men. pay custom houaegoods. Doniface'agreed t
of business
other men anopportunity
The only tcitiinony before your committee I them in the action. On her made thinking no doubt to an
passing!' they signs of the utmost b supplt- the of their
relative to the an"I of Mr. Payne, mill be''I distress which voroething useful from wagon answering HUe
we an"wercd by
found in the communication of hit excellency 'I About the 17th instant Mr. Walker telling them we would take them directly. "ili smugglers lions he knew on the road correspondents. o th.m day.--AT. 0

William Rehley of the lOch instant.In I i !left hiA house, near Payne's Prairie, to Rounded the ship ton, and got out our for some years. Dinner as prrt the 'nr
that communication, the Gmemor cayn1 I search for his horse. Subsequently hh boat, which we sent to her with the 2d horses were fed, and the wagon was -
_" I hare received a communication dated dog which accompained him returned, but mate and two men ; and seeing the boat a- brulh the door. 1 he landlord apj enr- .STI.aPa.ITca.ZTJ.IPaPa.ITaa
the first instant, from CoL Wm. N. Hi"hop I I without his master. Fears were mterlalli lonpside of the wreck, we tacked ship and gel bias pay (runs the cask, when the .
the Commands of the Cherokee Guard, informing ,, ed for the safety of Mr. Walker. On 8uni ran down to leeward of her; laid fry for disconfilled officer was for Ihe tint line IITJ.. P & .a Pa.IT&aJ'TI.JPaaTBa

me that on hit return from Mil1Icdgcvilleio 1 I i I dare the 20th inst. hi-body was found. He the boat to return. The men on board of admitted to the Ughtsincehis Incarceration. Pa.JT.a

Spring Plate in November last,I had been shot through the breast, a wound the wreck all had sufficient strength lo get The lamp black together with the jointing asTepPaNTyyazPRlsTaaIII
he found John Howard Payne, in custody ] that must have killed him instantly and down on deck themselves, sate who of the wagon had plaC the poor fellow in ''. IRTTATTNC PIIT1Ca
one
ftf the Guard uwhoMy Col. Bishop, was i his scalp taken off.-Jacksonville Cunr. MO crazy and naked in the top, whom our a pickle tUt r* tlth"r than a C T .1 B P B .T T A. P A.T Ta.B P a. N T B a

r found enraged in examining and writing men dressed and lowered, down. On pausing nb...* landlord .mokr the' aKTMIBPBHTTAYTHBPaillTBB'RCTNlBPBSJTYTaBPaiVTBB ..

paper suspected of some d et" the.government." This admiiMioii nf the up, stauneheon, "boats' and bul"'RrL.nil, dron smugglers as bar a* a couple of T JTJ' a PsaT.a Pa'.Taa
cpaimn4er of the Guard, U numeieiit of itiuelf : the rollow-ingpain intelligence. gone, her plankIChfi'r spin, and that she horses could carry Ibf'1 ", the land ; aRTf1laPRnsPatspLTIIIIPaPaIMYt Ttta
i tothowthe utter reekleMne &went INDIAN MASSACRE wa water-logged. At 5 the boat returned I lord and the custom officer iocon.!etlicwwUn I. >aaLTNIaPatsTR

oftuthnritr.ia the guard to make tbearrcct Dy letter received in this city by the with right men, sunitora of the new (and the bat way they could. I hi !< .








.
y'px

.





.

__ 1- .
........ "- --"-- -. ...-',.....-. -_-------..--,-.,,.--- -.-- ''' .. ..... ........-,1': ,"'..!!:E. J- .., ... ,- ........ -.... -.-. "" ---



s ,
/r W- -
#'
r S
v



n\. TilE PRESIDENT OF THE UNI- TORN. OF $T. JOSEPH 1 re .. V

P Ni.t OLj"fZEiTE: .- TED STATES 'Mjot for Sale., !t 12
-- .' -- ------ :' 4 ; I ., 11 S narlu'at _r Irltlebellt "
N
pursuance of Law I ANOBCW JACKSON, and ( T fwa
JANUARY 183G. | IF Lake Wimico, St. Joseph'sJL :
--- ,. JL President of tile U. Slates of America, having) contracted INCiII1iCMY., 4. ; ;. .ilfttN_ s ..kI,

The flucrrrc will be (Issued ercfySat- do hereby declare and make known, that a untie CIUlulc..llpny coiikiriictin I of, a Rail I Road from \v.I.. Chase Com pit Tt. Samuel M. over monthly one--tit. 'lDtap

urday Evening, at $3 50 per annum, in ad, public sale will be.held at ST. Aticarrtnc, ; the bay of :'1. Jo..iphVio connect with the I ScjYibBeft. ewedbylb* r > ilr...l"'UDi.- ,
H In. the of .Floridi on Monday, day came the complainant by his : m lion at shorter ID&ernJe-th. a ''rWlr (
<
\\anee- parable at the end of six months, Territory 1 River of \pith.| 141, 'ou \ ia ue Wimieo. ,- THIS
or II payable nt the rxplrntion of the yearat the 7th dav-of March next, for the disposal ) LIMP! for the i"1 Hil tf u banes and uareIIOIIMM r and it appearing to Ihe (''uur I dependence lo be placed upon Voluntary I

the option of the subscriber. of the public lands within the limits of the I al 1'4111. ends ul'Ih road to be ready by afiidevit filed that the said t'efendaut U contributions-and the inadequacy of tat 1
AovrartMrvcMTfl uiidermedlioned town,hips iit the ..:a"t..ur.. not ail inhabitant of this Territory ; it U support that can he obtained (or two puL-
: inserted at the rate of for the 'lran; 'a< lion ol I bk iiess: by IslDec.
dollar for ida land district7.\ ordered that he appear hero on or before lications, similar in IhclrceaiD-h. uv-
one every fourteen lines (or I lesw,) IIt'I. lia\el.ini l cI11111'IHII\'lIIt'lIllol.'
t, for the first, and fifty cents for every contintimu Aur/A I'fth f base 't"t'lwtll"t f lit c nrrrifractional the lieu lot n of St. Jen'ph. itn u beuiitiful Inefirtt day of April next and answer thehill duced the suhfcriber to i-nhe the mur,kr
of the same will he taken MAVAL MAGAZINE and
complaint or the
.Utlll. AND Anna
subsequent Insertion. t Icuttcd filatit: aUiut half uay up the Hay, AO>>
2 : and 5 for ct nfessm.nl and the matters and NAVY CMSONICLC.Hie .
townships I. :1.1oj
Our advertising customers are informed < | on the east! side ul the .point u her the Rail
that In futnreatJ legal advertisements, such (}: .KtofSu:" Mary's River,) of range t"u"lI"hil'l4 Rtwd) all ternuinate. The uharfisto: becarried things therein contained decreed accordingly former works will be continued to

a* orders of court &e. must be paid for, or | I 1-2, 3, ftllclI I, and fractio out to 17 feet water, and the Rail and tt is further ordered that a copy ol the clue of the present tolnme, February .

the payment must be satisfactorily' secured townships li, of range 24.Towiihhipt Uumllrnrk. extend lo Ihe extreme end ol.III this order he published in the PengHColb! 1830; and on the first Thurv

in adt'anre.-Tho-e note in type, I I. 2, and :1 i, of r.iim e :2."i.! solicit" \ -.-ls can loud and dUchargecaryoejjal (:'a/citeonce week for four months. succnwncly. M ay :in January the Army aJtd0.

will he continued reasonable time to enable Tounnhipl. I, of range 2(1 >i.r ,Hdclhc .."r'll.'J :' r'! Climniclc will be issued on a fine

the parties interested in them to make Kraclional towii>hij'" I, 2, I:1, amid I, of he lots! n time l 110" n of St.: Joseph uillI f ;.py !snjier royal sheet, in the octavo form,
W. W. J. KELLY: Clle.Not. .
the necessary arrangement but miles* some<< | ralmc 27. I loC' offered f..rnit"| -al' public auction"{ on the Altrat, with an entirely new brevier type, makingtwo
arrangement be made, they will not tie Friu'lional to\rn!>hiH| I, 2. and ::1, of I Illh of December next. Terms I-l ca-h. '. Mill, ItCiS.: -38.-in\. volumes of 416 pages each per year.

published the length of time required by range 2M.Fractional. 'l'hc' halhtlH' in three iijual. pus I1WII'C.' fur 11' l.i.ii. Cold lhttlt't1' -- The octavo form is adopted, in Ijeu of the

law. The reason of this rule miM bo obi i ious i- I I 'townships 1, 2. and! :), flf. uhicli notes uill In re<|niretl, nt I 12, til, and quarto, in cousequemceuit' greater facility : -

to all who have any aqnaintance with : range: :.!1f. :tH J months. with mftn'sl" from the day olsale. \ the Rarlwr's Shop, next cJ( or tutee of tr.in"portMion. and more convenient

the subject. .'n//i oflht Luge. line ,,'ull'lft tnjt/ie int Title 11"d'm he l tssuc d by ihe I Rank of Peusncola. size fur bimimg." A copious index & handsome *
ritliuti.Thai July, 18 18:15: IU.-8U
company lo time puichaser on their com title page will accompany each volume.
part of township. 11, Ka: $ of Su- ..f""le,1. fee-mi -- -- ---
For Safe. I plmi! nh the ti rnis a .
DUtilct of j1 -.t Florida

A tract of land situated. nt the. head of wannce'1'ttn*ricer.nil'| 1(1 ufranue( 11, aped I II. 1 12, ..f range Ifi. |1'1'le title executed u hen t11c''' last iiislalmeiit'M s'. "/>rn'r Court(l: cnmltin county, The tinny' cold Nat)" Chronicle gill contain -

Escatnbia Ray containing/ alxuit MX I I Townships 10, II, and 12. ol ran e UK |Ii.sid ROIIERT nF.VIRIDCIE:, Pre t. /' II"llt'U"1 Mlurnn/r'1'rrm, 1KI5. original; ; and .clcitcd I articles upon every
hundred and twenty nine acre inoicor less, 17. John I: tit of the firm subject pertaining to the two services ;
Towii>>hllis10|: II. 1 12.ui'l. Itl.nfr.iii: r Edgely, sum lug partner
\\ C.
I Lake mm o utid Si Jc".q.h:1. \ C.
known by the name of \ TOWIH : ( and. us cullateml, will embrace the Militia
Town ( and 7..andfractionalltw 11ChipIC + tEiigt'IyauMh.lduuntitrutoriiEilwunl'I'owmsdeem
%1npM >,
:-: Ji"'i'ph 1t. Floriiln. ( t(".. I. IHU5.The ; .
\VoodblnUpon (-, 1.11111. : asinl Ihrlit-irsLi and Revenue Cutter Cervices.Subscription
vs.
II & 12ti tI.trredouiu.! ( !
ill the
'
lolltiuing n "
which is a Saw Mill nmniiigoneSaxv, papers publish: law or* Edward: Towns di-ceas4il Defls ( Inc dollars a year, payable
and tUWlIl'llIl1| 13: "I'nlll;;" IH. ,
al mini the I Ia Itcccinhcr and fart arct
ou<< !
attached to it isaGristMill<< with a (,ob Tounships, i 5. (n. 7. and 1+. allli! fractional: 1 the ollice Si. IN ( 'HANCERY.: in advance. Orders must be post paid and
ibeir accounts.to company''
Crusher, going by water power, ulnch areall to\\n-hipU, ( norih t (ArredonUos. claim,) J l TillHS day ("arnc- thc complamMiil by hiseuumw accompanied with tho money. Remit.

in good repair; also a comfortable U"tilling 1- I fractionallov.iMnp I I-. (ponds ot. Arredondo's 1I..l'h.'I'allaha"ire| Floridi.ut Pcns.icola (:1.111- JL .| Mild it appearing to time Court tancc nun' tic made at the risk of the publisher

House Darn Negro, and other.. necessary I claim.) and l 'fuun u -hip III: of rsimge: it). : by aftidatit! filed that the said! Defls are nol ami those of ten dollars or more :at
; in. Macon Tile.Milledgeiille
: Colunibu" fnruisfn
j :Sent. -
out houses. There is between IV.() ')'CIu!>I hip I''J. 't. 15;, 7, tout 1 S. Irarlioual I I 11:1111.| .. inhabitants of .this Territory; it i is ordered his expense. Five copies will be cd
Reeonler
and three hundred acres of this tract elevated I,I luw 111'1111'| H. ( north of ArrniomloVcl.iim. I|' 1'.lilllllllllall1'l.!ral't : ="'.1\ aliliah (;(urgiam.Apgu: :Mobile ta. (hat they appear here on or I before the first' fur twenty dollars.

entirely above any high \\ akr, \\ arh I ) fractional, tounlnp! |12. ( M-uth ol l I1nI..1'r. ) ,ldtcrticr..Idtrsm.er day of April next, and answer' the Rill ofcomplaint n. IIOMANS,

a soil from two to five feet in depth uhich that claim ), ami muss u-imip I 11.:) ot raiiic JO.Tuutiliips ( iiiematll.lotit'oinrry! Piltsbnig, or the Mime will IK taken forconlesMd Irlitnran,1 Publisher.Dec. .

is susceptible of being made first: rate ltnd.: ; I I. 2. :l\. I, 5. (Ci, 7. :uul lS. bar Republii mind the matter!* and things therein aflili, 1835.-42.-If.
N. O. I Bill Ie'l I'harle'tonICouner. '
There has been a few acres of line laud cultivated lionttl toun...bipii, ( n.7iih of AriidondoV moil \ III. contained ill en ed acconlmyi amid U is --- .- - ----

in rice which lwclu..Ct1)1.) I claim.) I'ratII'u.l touiishtp I 1':. (1'( >""ith Clirr'clullllu'pi Richmond Enquirer: (:ilobe 11111111I1c'lIit"IJ'c'r. lurthei. ordered that n copy' of this order I I.** AN Election: by the Stockholders of the
|I \\ D. C. American
A further description is ('ollcci"'tlnne) .\ el.iun.) alit. to\\n..hip \\.l.: ol I aishiiiglon, published Ul the Pensacola (tw/ette. once tn ion Rail Road company of Florida,
and llallunore. Si nitnel .Poi.II.OC 1 I-
cessary as it i fo! presumed no purchaser ranged I.Fiactiotial I. [ KejM.l.luiiii; week for four months Micccjsiuly.r thirteen directors for the"enluing Year,

would be found, without \ icing the pre I I Iu\\ ,.,hip I 1. 'tone 1lmi4|! 'J. :H.I. I I n I'. mist Kvi h ulliI". in 1111at'el. Ij.bia.I Coi- i,/,!!. will be held at Tallahassee on the first Mon
nil. Po and Jour of Commerce -
"t
net I'luj !! t. '
mUcsI I r.. Ii}. 7, .md N. and l th.lp.1il; of louihipstl. .111'*', \\ W. J. KELLY, T/rrA. day in January 1830.
If the above property i i.. not !sold before l I > :" Id, II| J, and I U. \\ mu! earl of Ar- I :Nen... York. Trenton N. J. lmliu-Salem: | Nov. llth, 1K: .-:MJ.-,fm.Far By order of the Board.
the first March 183(1 it will I lium 1 l.'o: loit, PatnoUxi Republican, -- -- Tallahassee Oct. 21th) 1835.-W.-tf.
that -
on tray !h1 n-ilomlo.s cldiiu, and to lIt-hll.| 13: (,fmilt's' ,
offered nt public I''I.-Al four Negro ; tW. |I i Regi-li! :! Nt'u lla\tn. lleraltl, llartfonl Sttle for ('fri.OSFPII -. -_. -

men and two Wornen.jCntlle: Oxen lark.- Tmtn.hii.i| 1. 'A 3.I.. T>. fi i, 7, H, !H). III TuneNorualk I (-a/; J NORIECOS: Maud in iheh'MMiithia C'otilur tnblllhm'ent.
}(I.\IIJ::::t'r! ,"f'ill'. fin HE Subscriber formed
smith Cnrjwnteri' and Farming Ti ols. t ; liiter, (Township I North having a co-
.
: II. I TJ. .UK! ii: of 2a. I
i.mxt Tin t.! -il: i.' I.. Mi..,tl.unr,1 I until .the JL with lUre F. A. Ball ihehiiHiccss
partnership
with | | 2hlllelln't.: frontI'emsur ,
of other miles
a variety articles IUe numerous 1'I.i I I. 2.t i, -/, p, r.. 7. H, !H. Ill), ;1, : of Rance! >t ) two
to mention. i I 11. I 1'A ,,"ella.: of r..nge: -l.Tounships Isiii: til j a"'I.' i \ I '':!lIt< .- I li: Hay and 12' miles from 'lie (sty will in future be conducted in the

For term apply to theSubscrilHTs on 1 I. 1.i: 4, 5, 0, 7, H. (n J, III I -Notice.LL of Pcii. ..aeoia-'omtaituugNII8i-IlIacrex' ) name of

the premises. II, 1 P.J. and l.'i.: of range :.i. I .. hat demands against the. tt ill be H" ild for 'ash. A plot of this Island \OirniROP & BALL,

JOHN A. SIMPSON.= .'ra'lillllal.uII!OI hip I, of range VI J. I I 1\ Mate pi: 'r d"m.oti!'! mi T.. KilU-eileed.' late of .is" lodgediih. the Editor: of this (paler and Merchant Tertian,

JAMES K.: SIMPSON.Dec. =' 'J1H'lIc! will i I-e & for iwoweck.-. can' I lc.t'n.
kept '
open I Ualluii ( noun.. FIlii ida, ate reyueaed| to They have received their Fall and Winler -
19, 1833.-& .-ts. I and no longer and time lands rtHTicd b) The .title Is indi!putahl}" good.
; present' (hem fur payment and thocin law for the of shools land *"til Persons wishing: to ptirhare will communicate -
UM or roc
which
lo said estate!' are tlesin-tl to make payment among are Superfine,
Election Notice. Win. \\ Walkinsof Washington
; for military ur othei purpose*, .ill be exelndttl -I accoiding to lau. with Blue, Black, Brown Olhe Green Cadet &
Ktcambin County." ,/. ) j I from ", .d... in the District!" of Columbia.Oct. *
IITLDAH' KILHEE Steel mixt Broad Cloths Cassimeres.Sat-
At Chamber* Decentier "Wh. I IKlo. \ :3d I 1835. :m 'f. ,
( ien under my hand, at the city of"al'hinllIn -
.I\ilnir.Eueliw tim Is and fine Vestings.-ALSO, Boots
is hereby given tint an eke Thirteenth -- -- -
:NOTICK j W this day of Ociohcr, I7ih 18.15. : hoes Hats Cloves Umbrellas
: JI Brogans ,
Valley Sept. FloritiiT.Siijtrrior Caps,
Clerk of the Comity Court A. 1) iKij.: :.___ Territory with general assortment of all
a articles
Sheriff.: Coroner and Comity Surieyor forFenunlia ASUnlJAK: OS. N'olicc.rilHE Court for usually found in their line of busi
County will be held Franklin: .
on Monday
llt/lh Jrri'lrnt : : imdersiuneti. iidiiimi lrator of C"uug.P'It'r
ness.
the first day of February next 1830. ut .tbe >)ETHAN>: A. I1ROWX JL Mitchel Executor of Hubert Mitchel)
,
Charleo ct. tall
Campbtll c'I't'
''
following places in said County under the ( apply dec'd nnd of the late 1 firm of N. B.-Garments: of all descriptions madeto :
uiaj+"; in -r uIhr.. (in.'rill luint tint lion. Court the fui trustee
to nt t
superintendence of the following! In I'N'f f O I/i.' .,.. I "'rrnal which !Mich County application. can be Je'JKI-ll 1 Carnaclian ,& Mitchel Com pits. agt. "rm"1, : order at short notice. and warranted to

tors, viz : NOTICE: TO I'nl;-I::.'i1Ii'II.AIM( I hcauiior :i 'linal H-lllenu-nt" ,t illshargc,, r ci,co DaltMiir Executor: of John Forties, 6lte mamisiucttaie.
No. 1. At tho Hotel of Anloinc ( 'olluis in A.N'IS.ns : ELIJAH: CAN: LOR. deed, Camilla Juanna Dalconr, (''''Hlillll D. A. NORTIIROP.
the City of Pcnsacola! in the I 11" .. f : S John Theodora Dal
: precinct claiming! the right of pre emp- Aft in'r.Nov. tphia Dalconr, Deer. Sib, 1835.-38.-3U

Inspectors, Francisco Moreno, surge. i j tion in 1&11uf the Hlore'aid lands, mo m4'Miuirmil 7th ii"::L3.-3.-Si' cour, Atigiutin Joseph Dalconr, nnd
Ilnrkley and Francisco CUIIIIII\11". : | to 'prate Ilie'.IlUr, tmithm'siti'. +f.ictioil ___ _.__ __ Theresa Laura Dnlcourchildreii it 1It'lnfir In the Superior Coo*, Dittrict of Mitt
No. 2. At the house of Joseph: Cox, ai t'1 j j of the Register and Ri-ceixcr, prior'to the Iji,-i-lrlrior\\ i-loricla !said E'ranei..Dalconr and Sophia hi Florida.

the Navy Yanl in the 2d precinct,-Inspectors day of sale. &in rrinr {'unit fiintbhi ('tmnlyM wife late Sophia Forbes daughter of John

,-Isaac S. Middleton, JertMiiiah In::ra- fit in ,.alllIwi O//IIT, /'/./ irI./N \ur. 1'r,-w' 1KW. Forties dec'd, and Edmund: Dcpcstrb and George Knight Complain't ,.. the heirs at

ham aiid Daniel Monroe. Ueit.tNu \1:1\ 1M:k. X'ldoiie Yllas: ('ompt. Margarita: de la Jiianna his wife late Juanna Forln-s the law oCJoseph Antonio Miralla deceased

No. 3. At the hou", of David S. McCr.-i- I Rna Exec: ..lor of Johnde la Rna decea*- said Juanna Depcstrc and aid Sophia defendants. IN CHANCERY.

\'y. Vlorida Town in the :3d I, .precinctInspectors. : ,. \\.c a'n Uhil'it'l of I t.illtt..SNl.rr'IUJ' : eli I Maria Quinsies: Admr. of Miguel: Dalcvur Wring the only children and hierc TMll-l defendants in the above named]

David S. lc'CraS.uJllld C.leYICr ( '"",1 fir (jutg2les.. deceased. Jose Orris i Executor: of I of John Fortes dec'd, Defts.! e w ill take notice that on Monday -

and E. S. A mot. Jachxns ( '", fill Franci-co: \'III!'>ell'C"1. August111,1'llas appearing" lo the satisfaction of the the list day of December next, I
y.
No. 4. At the house of John Gardner, Martin Huidin andlteiijaminD.XX nII':; Dell... I IN CHAN. I JT"'. url thai .defendants reside in the shall) proceed at Ihe Counting House ofMessrs.

Ship Yard in the 4th precinct, Inspector* 1 :!e.I CERY.fM': Island of Cuba one "C.hc,1't Indies. It Mariatigi i, Knight & co. in the
e Thimothy Twitchell John Hunt and John. I \\'. INS day came the C James I':aural and Ilen'aissiuJaissiu ( )c'IJII'III'i.I | } is therefore ordered that unless!' the} appear
Gardner.No. I IN CHANCERY.: I err eoiiiiM-l. "11.\ (Iii IIH moiion Icatc Here or lie Cure the fourth. Monday in Fcb- Joseph Francisco Serrano, Joseph Miguel
5. At the house of James W. Kar- I I i il' grant( cI .to file an. Hinended lull herein. nextiiidaiis\ Ihe hill Fernandez James C. Burn lam &
: \\ ll0t011| and it ipp,''iring to the sali-- i mat ) complainants! continue from lo until hers be
day I
nest Cold Water, in the 5th pn.-ill"t.-In. I 1 1'j [ami it appealing lo the Court by allidaillilnl that .the ame will be taken for cunf rd & day me
i
'j\9 fndion of the Court that l
I llenjamin1
spectors, James \V. Ernest John McAr- : that the defi'iidanl. Ant'iistinr: 1 U .is i il' the matters: :" thereof decried accordingly A.j finished to be rend in evidence in a suit now
Ckmc'lIt'! of the defendants
aloie.saidie
one pending in the Court of the Western
Superior
ture and Jeremiah Saville. not an inhabiiuiit. of this'I't!' riitort n i is or U is further onion that a C( of this -
ides thr5taleof'I'enn4''ec j py order
No. 6. At the house of Angus W. Nicholson : in clf're'.IIIIa. be appear' here on or N.fore the be pasted in rime District of Florida, at Pensacola, titling -
It therefore ordered... imlo hi do newspaper printed
:
j t t\\t\ as Court wherein
a Chancery
East side of Escambia Hiver. in tin 'lint daof May next and answer the coinj i i in the District once umonth for six month George
Oth prccint, Inspectors, Angus \V. Nichohjon I' |>e.ir hereon or before ihe third .Momlay ol j j j j plainanif." Hill or .the ailie will be taken forconfr 1 J. A. CAMERON! Knight is complainant and the heirs at law
March next and answer the complainant. !' ... : of Joseph Antonio Miralla deceased defendants.
sd l and
Neil McMillan and Peter Wilkin the matter and limit's: therein Jiulyf I). \
Ilillllar tsame will be 1:11.11 'ullfc'1'"c'tl! a II | rAlls' .
I I i oiilaini: cl l ti'Timl! accon'iitL'ly! ; :and it i i.fi i.- 22h, 1 6t5.24.. -
son.No.. 7. At the house of Willi J"nr',1, ( j i uaitiMlhim' and .iho mailer,4l11n'afdm! ('re -iljaccordintrly rl.; r unleri l that a cpv of this orderLeilut.li -. --.- .- .. GEORGE KNIGHT.
side of Escambia Ilivcr, at the Pine Ic.tcl and it further ordered tlt.it. ...hrii in the I'm-.cola ( a1tctteoltce| Xotlrr.- - by TI IO. M. H LO UN'r his Solr.NIItr. .

in the 7th, Inspectors, Isaiah Cohh, Tlio, !I a copy of Gazelle this order. for!I..>three pnbhhlud month"in MICi IhrIens.icoJa I II a wi"M i k fll'1 month* siucc..Mcl l3 ALL per-ons! are hertb\ notified. at thai. 21, 1835.: -37-5t. .

mas Mitchell, and Elijah (;n)'Ior. I n'I'Y.I (' next April term of the
No. 8. At the hou,4eof Samuel Patterson II I I' ("('!'!"i\'I)'. : .I lind, \\'. \\'. J. KELLY: (U.Nov. Court of K.-cambia: County I till County Notice.SIX .
J. A. ('A II-UOS.: .preMrntlosaid
West side of Escambia hirer, in the viI a I Milt. I iXKi.-:m.-(r ni.iii Court" mv accounts! and touchers weeks afterdate I will apply to the
Jmlr 1>. II' / asadministrator !
precinct, Inspectors Samuel P.itter.M. : Oct. 3d. IK35.: -:30., -:3m.R t !>lilfl of \Vr>t Flofiila.S'wicror :'- -- of f the estate of Datid Chris' ) the Judge of the County Courtof

Thomas Bradley and John .:. Princle.! -- hurl Kcnml I lie, diceaMd, and! ask a final settlement and! the Coiinty of Escambia, for Letters of

Given unler my hand in the City of Pen S2o-fr'\\ i.cAL (ins/l y. /'. m."roltl'lIr.. "',.rm, I 1KI5.; dl,,t'hn'tc.: administration on.theeslrtlr of John Forbes.
sacola December l lilt 1835. AS-A\VA\" from .the Subscriber /A't'flA.M'KKY CiEORGE: \\'. R ARK LEY. JOHN INNERARITY.

C. EVANS.Julee I.Dec. Ih lug near Built Marie Mi i>e 'aniet, Complt. v'. Francis! .lilmr.October Nov. 2It, 1835.-37.-flu

fF.. ( (''u rn. Conecuh CClUllt; )'. Ala. } Roiiiie| Defl. 10. ISICi.: -31,-3t. -. -- .-. -- -- --

19th, 1835.. -41.-I If. in. the' might of the. ith) inst.: n' V IllS I cia)' came .the complainant: I bL \' Terltory of Floricliu

Petition to -the- Superior--- --Court--fnr---- Negro Roy l by the name illCAS11'ELI. { her """II'd and it appearing I { lo ihe NOTICE.IS In //!*, Superior ("' ''rlfo'//a Dittrictof

the County of II'anhimrjim/ fin n'lntnre : .. about 1U ur 20. years (If ape,1 I It Court by ;alliela it filed that the saiddefendant hereby. goers to all IKTSOIIS' indebted tt1the }II'pal Florida tilt in f at a court ofchancery
t rather middle vi/camUMimcwIiHt; yeowjh|| ) i.. not an inhabitant of this Ksla'e: of Michael Vaiighan Senr.
I
of Mortens
Thomas! M. White administrator! of Wil, I' "UIIII'Je' 'ICIIi. I Had on when he left homo. Territory, U i i.. ordered thai the. wild defendant rl dccd.l.ile ol the ( 'onnty of XX alien, to come Josephine McPherson widow( Wm. Mo

liam J. Watson, vs. David ShackelfordHichard a *| olcd| gmchani round coat, a mlled| .. do apjM-ar heic on or before the forward and -eille the same as:: no longer Plicryon and heir at Law of MargaretMc1'hersm

Shackelford Edward Shackcl- u''IIIIICI ap.urof blue ra 'nu'tt paut.i1'H,iis : .lir..l day ol April next and im! wer the mdulgeiice can be gum: and alni to all ,: and George McPherson' vs.Francisco .

ford Leland Trinpe SamticN. and a straw Hat but will probably \'II.UH'c' \ bill of compll. or the same will betaken those: IlaIII claims ogniiisl haul (state to I Dalconr Executor, of John
Sampson
Heirs at law of Nathan Hhakelford decea IIH cloths.! The said locaul "riu' a hue tier confe-M-M and the matters: and thinjii bring tin in forward legally: aulhenticalcd. '1 Forbes deceased, Camilla Jnanna Dalconr

sed. raMe hdiotd-lxiy) hand, but "''l'c.lJJ1 and die therein eotitaiiud' decreed accorlmiIy.h within the lime prescnl bylaw or the Cntaliua Sophia DaIcourJphnThe-

"' :.tales badly.. I have no doubt that lac will ii i further: uuJ"If..tl""t a copy of this order same will! he barrnl. | ndora! Dalcour, Augustin.Joseph Dalcour

THE defendants, and all others! are no- forge himself a pass and iirobabl} a tree I be published, in the Pi'n!'acola d'aetle.once MICHAEL: YArcilAN Jr. Admr. I and Theresa Laura Dalcour children of

that a petition bat! been filed in one, nnd chance him! name I appreheiid' a week fur four months! hUcc(>t'iH'h. Nov. 8ih, IK15.: -38.-Hi. said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia his

t : the Court aforesaid to foreclose a mortgage I 1! sited boy will attempt to get on Ixiard HIIIM } (''I"J. I IAtlrt I ---Notice.-- wife late Sophia Forbes, daughter of
executed Nathan
by Shackelford, to William boat or vessel Innmd to Mime other .put t a> [, \\'. \\ J. KELLY:) ('11.'. r lIE of said John-Forbes Edmund Dupais-
t J. Wauon/on the undivided interest of I HMIII' as! |Mi,sible. I therefore w i i.h to J:"enotice Nov. .14lh. 1KB.-34L; Im.IIoiic Jters| undersigned hating obtained Let. ire and Juanna his wife late Joanna Forbes
said'Bhackelford. in the South'c j of Administration the estate ol
quarter"of to all masters of bunts and other on
ve!'- 1 1sels daughter of said John Forbes deceased -
Section<< ten Township two Range to Kent. Ilyram Allen del'ehcn'by gives notice
if such application. Ill-! made to arrt>tj j jI Colin Mitchell Defendants.
fifteen, North and Went, in the County oCVasbanlrton. said! >Niy and confine him in jail HI thai 1';' A small house convenient for a.; to all persons hating claims against said appearing to the satisfaction of the

\ I gel him. N. II. Should belle confined in a. j M small family ,,'iIIltt'rt'nlcd l Icrw.i I estate lo present them I properly attested for IT court that the defendants above named

ALLEN II. IH'SH'' !t ny jail I wish the Sheriff or Jailor to w rile Enquire at this office. settlement, and all persons indebted said reside without the limits of the Territoty of

Atty. for Petitioner i t'me immediately' : to burnt Com iud lei inej i t Nov. 1 11, .'.' .-30.-..(._ es'ate arc required! to make immediate pay Florida and in the Island of Cuba it i is
Nor. 28th, 1835.-39',.--4m. i kuowof confinement I --- -- nieiit
as nta)4mietcr H-e Notice. t therefore ordered that unless they aPlxat
-- COR1NNA ALLEN.:
-- -
j it when published in the ( here on or before the fourth Monday of
Notice. pOJ'r"1.:1.. : ..f administration!' hating .-trlm r.
: March next and an.wertbe Dill o/'the said
: :. LETl'ERS
undersigned gives notice that at SC7.h, 1835.: -35.-81.
by the Court of probatesof '
THE Aug. 1Sth. 151.5.. complainants that the tame be taken (or
April term of the lion the County -- .----- -- the city of New York lo Cum. baecClJamu'c confessed and the decreed
thereof
Court Bseambta County he will for Sale.ON ;. Notice.T matter
apply ) on the estate of Commodore
accordingly and it it further ordered thata
for a final settlement of the Estate of W. if. Saturday the 20th Deer next at Wolcolt Chauncey deceased, laic of ihuj III- undersigned i having obtained Letters ,
of this order be in
I I BOOM
COMPTON deceased, and move to be dis I premises the Saw, Mill with u (i'ri>t I territory, ihe sutacrilieT has been duly of Administration. on the estate copy published
charged. I I :Mill attached of Leu U Willis deceased notifies newspaper printed in the district ones a i
belonging to the subscrilKT, appointed agent for said administrator. hereby month for six months.
RICHD.. COMPTON. J7.tr. \ situated on Clear >V atcr E cambia Coun for the purpose ofhCllling the estate persons having cairns against' said estate, J. A. CAMERON
Kept Oth 1833.-28. |, A liberal credit will be Particulars to them for settlement and
ty. git of said deceased in the Territory ofj: present all indebted Judge n'. D. F.
made known on the day of Kale. Every Florida, & earnestly requests nil -t to the rame to mnke immediate pay
persons
22d 1835. 29.ULANK .
Sept. -
Notice to Mariner j I thing connected with the mills i is In. hating il.iims ngain the said ment. -

T UK light at the Mobile Point Light ,I lomplcle repair. Tho Luiubcffuu: U- ref estate of said deee.i.-cd! lo present' them duly I GEORGE WILLIS, CoAKtluft and slave ;

House, baa been alferH from a fix- ed directly from the mill lath andingun autlu.ntiCHietl. l in him fur pa) tntiil, as he is Ailm infiltrator.Oct. manifest Bill of lading
ed to a revolving light, irtulving once' in i Black Water, & the Grist Mill posseses ..- prepared mid anxious lo Keltic (lit* I 31st, 1tJ35.--U.- ,

three minutes, And showing a light and !: very advant.ipc, there being 110 other iu without clda)'. same _. -_. ..- Deed, Mortgaffes, BJJa.t

dark fide once a minute. Ihe neighborhood. ROnT. JOYNER.Acentfur am; 1P1Jia1TU'U1T wile. Justices BJaalci, mmA YBrlons

O. W. OWKN, Sirittndant.Dee. I LOFTIN COTTON.Clear I th? Adm in tJra ICir. j E.ree alel 0 other Ida* of Blsak,

5lh.. I8M.-3U.- Water, Nov. 28th, 1835.38.-ts.%. Dec. Win, 1835.40.-f.| I AT THIS OFFICE. for tale nt tills oMt e.



,
.
j



I

;:" '' ::1


... 4' :

I



1 _' _.. -'- ..... .. -4aL ._ .. .
9. -- -- .s..R.r L -- -- : J, ..-..- ,. '- "':". .... -. = "'- _o..a -... ,- .-"'- -- .
--