Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 15, 1837
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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might have been brought, and could have Charter shall not authorize the Mid East thevalueoffpchaXreor r P1
been originally, cognizable in a circuit Florida Rail Rood slaves! or other court of record of
t court,) now pending in, or returnable to, pents to terminate Company the or their a- personal properly Md the hire rlaimed, if See 7. Be it further competent jurisdiction.That held to put the question t I yotcr wfio
enacted the
upon Appalacbicola to the
RUle MI& may ,
the any slave present to the
several district or slaves
courts of Indiana or Intendant hinl.l ol.
Illinois River nor cross the shall give ten days notice of the f
same at any point other chattel, to be priced and Mid voter
Missouri the Mississippi, Arkansas, Michigan northwardly on Mid River more than three if upon the appeal l-reinafier forthcoming annual election, and appoint three citizens i ernmem ; wi.he the 8ttorTnrioa I p
eastern district of Louisiana provided .
inspectors ri
miles above the to conduct the
place or bluff'caned Olounts the same provided shall
production of the shall
j before
the districts of Alabama the northern 'ire or the res that should an.wer. any la W*
district Town situated on the western bank. and if titution! he neglect to order Mid election into
thereof the
AUTHORITY.HTATM tot the omce,/ write on BiX
New should be
of York bx. every
the western district at the tbkor
of the aaid shall proper time, it shall be lawful
for the
aforesaid lot
and company infringe required by the order of the of the the answer of the
Pennsyltania the JlI4ce the tf
western judge
-- rlllrTfD PAAHAD AT Till of provi.ionthb Charter shall be for Superior Court, or otherwise, to county court or the justice for same, State or ,, aa his answo
Virginia a* circuit answer the Territory
Orfu acting courts on the felted and all the Quincy upon the of
uw spsiorrt or Erprauc. TW'UTY.nnRTH first day of grants and privileges any judgement execution, or decree that application may be, after the be put Into
April next shall be
>can declared to be and are here- therein contained shall be null ana void. may be had, issued, or made upon such any two qualified voter of Mid town, to the box ; and the judge of any such election
order the Mid
.-No. 23.] returnable, and,continued respectively to, the transferred severalcircuit Sec. 0. De it further enacted That so suit or action at law, or in equity, as the practicable.Sec. election as soon thereafter. shall when they count over the Totes
much and
no more of the act to which this opposite s ifyand.etforhintheireertlscateoftbeelection
knwntary to the act e-nl'"led courts constituted this act to be party may commence or prosecute 8. Be it further That
irT ; by is enacted all
an amtndmentt as is inconsistent with within the next held by them
two to the
I A* L i Biend tliejudicial of f holden within the years touching the white
said Goyer11
system districts male inhabitants
..| respectively the this of
; provisions of be and twenty one
*** act, the same name, and such recognizance shall be yeanand many yot were given for a
*- tes.M and shall be hl'ard. tried and d.etermined returned who shall SLte a
r,; is hereby retiealed. sad over, have resided within for
by justice to the many a Territory ; and ".
:;1 acud b)' the Senate and House. therein, an the Mme manner as if originally Approved Feb. 12th, 1837. Court of the county where the next Superior is I the corporate limits of Mid town for at least I shall in his proclamation of tl.election declare -
of the United Mme taken -
tau rrs States ofiiflConre brought, entered prosecuted had in three months )
d ,pta or to be transmitted to the immediately proceeding the how many were for Stale and
< assembled, That the such circuit courts. And the Mid circuit No. 38. AN ACT to repeal An Act therein such slit or action may be commenced.court where day of election, and who shall haveMlisned how many were (yot or a ,
>Court vf the United States shall 1 courts shall be governed by the Mme laws Mentioned. Lee. 3. De it further enac&ed. That ih. all taxes orfines. _inlvltsriunt't 'ttlthredlty txfu %,Jt, 'u''a Terrtor.Ihil vTVtVry .
too.i.tolathirfJut'tit"e, and and regulations as t other, <.ir. E+cc. i. De it enacifd oy the Governor ..aid justice for the town council. .ft
lam. rae .. ut' ....1111I ..hT.u1udte..u ,OUI'tJt.n.: ot me timed States may at their discretion for tote county in this Teritr. by
; and the and (,pi.l.ti'f! Council of the Territory ofriorida good rauje shown by euuvr party, avow Her. U. Be it further enacted, That thetown the first of
,,,,,,,, ; and for this purpose, clerks of the Mid courts, ...pe.'i..I,, .IMII That an act for day MSI. the number of
Y"" entitled an act, in addition them time the hiring above directed
; council shall have the to fill all
1uwhcaG uinied two additional jus- ( orform the Mme duties and shall be power inhabit.nl.male and female, white black
tit entitled to the several acts now in force provided such continuance do not exceed ,
regulating vacancies that
in their
*" "fourt with the like to receive the may occur body from which in the
: fee
sad powers, same and emoluments Judicial proceedings, pa..ec1and period of un days. t"olour may b t
hs the same oaths, perform the which are by law established for the approved death, resignation or other causes. rountit the sheriff o every
ITiflUlt on the fifteenth of Febuary eighteeneundredand Sec. 4. Be it further That it .n county
1 Sec. 10. Be it further enacted That the
idol and **<<* rlltlllc? to the rattle a clerks of the other circuit courts of the United four afor.id. immediately thereafter trans-
**. thirty be and the shall be the duty of the Mid
Mme justices tokeepan intendant and two councilmen and in the
judges llereafAf States. The allotment mit in triplicate to the treasurer of the Territory
Ifii OMI.atr of their chief
tbfother is hereby repealed, and also an act in further exact rtcord of the testimony adduced absence of the intendant three councilmen
didrirl ('I f Vermont, Connecticut-i justice and the associate justices of the said' addition to the several acts now in before them and of their a certified copy of the number per*
conMilutethe second" Court proceeding shall constitute a Quorum to do business, sons found in the several counties in the r,
2 York shall Supreme to the<< several circuits shall force
ktr regulating proceedings Sec. 5. Be it further That
:New and be made approved they may compel the attendance absent manner before and the
district of Jersey, as heretofore.Sec. .
the twelfth February eighteen hundred should cither party feel dissatisfied with the rntione Tr.
members of the
judge qualifications of their shall
Vsutern and western districts ofPennilriftja b. And be it further enacted, That and of said rer next Legislative
thirty-six. judgement justices, such party mayo own members, and of the correctness and Council in the
first week
the third circuit all acts and of its session the t
astute ; provisions inconsistent with
th.lI can
12th 1837. ( claim
right a of the record from
copy regularity of the election returns and
set number of inhabitants In this
Ljattirtuf Maryland and the district ofIrattrt this act be, and the Mme are hereby repeal Mid and Terto. \
justices the before the
carry Mine
tle their own rule of proceeding.Sec. male and female
white black
,, ball constitute the fourth circuit; ed. No. 39. AN ACT for the relief of Silas judge of the Superior Court of the districtin II. Be it further en.ited. That it tbe an tl.
\' and the district of: Arrnovco March 3d 1837. according, certificates of
fiatnctfbf Weeks Columbia which the
case arises and if the Mid o
k County. shall be the duty of the intendant to exercise the several counties i in the
,shall constitute the fifth drat -I Sec. 1. Be it enacted the Governor shall of Territory
fedCarolina by judge spun inspection such record a general supervision over the interests and the Council order
tbedistnct''of S. Carolina and GtorgisBiBwartaute !: [PlIUC-SO 24.1 and Legislative Council of the Territory of deem that injury has been done to such of the town, to see that the ordinancesare such Lai.Satie the abal
sixtlicircnit; the districts AN ACT to authorize the proper officers of Florida, That the marriage contract heretofore party, it shall be his duty to commend inforced to issue all processes, to convene counties compensation for performing ClCbe several .
Indiana Illinois and Michigan the Treasury Department to credit the existing between Silas Weeks of the such further other therein
i i Ob or proceedings the council at such times as he may hereby to be performed by themas
;& tfCllllutt the etcnih circuit ; and account of the Treasurer of the United county of Columbia, and his. wife Martha before the raid justices or upon a full re deem expedient, to preside at all the meetings the prescribed deem reasonable and
courts. shall be held at It orcvil same hereby declared hearing case himself to thereof and to give the casting vote incase
just, not exceeding three of a cent
M.., ta tilt Ohio district. on the third funds standing to his debit on the booksof to be dissolved, as entirely and absolutely such judgement, or make such order a to of a tie. per head and if the sheriff quarters of I
and December ; at De- Treasury, to transfer the amountof 1 ) if the had been shall Provided that the ; any county
!ladiytia! May as Mme never solemnised. justice appertain Sec. 12. Be it further enacted, That the shall fail to perform the duties
i* Mike Michigan, district, on the fourth the debit of banks and individuals indebted appeal in thi section provided shall not town council shall have the power toappoint for them to perform, bro prescribed
Wtf n, June; at Indianapolis, in the for the Mme, and to auihnrir* ih* Approved lb F"b, 1837No. nl.rrst.| us supersedean upon the judge- a town constable or constables' whose duty and his securities shall forfeit ay.and the
di trict, on the tint Monday In secretary of lilt Treasury to compromiseand of pay
w.a ment theJu.t.rt'LAppro't'4 it shall he to serve all and to of
processes perform sum one thousand dollar for the of
VanJalia, in the Illinois disnt settle said claims. 40. AN ACT to the Protestant Feb. 1837. .
ktbet; incorporate 12th such other duties as may be appointedhim the Tee ritory to be recovered at the first
tie November in He it the Senate and House
M last Monday in enacted by Episcopal Church in the City of
to suppress all riots or breaches of the term of of
( jurisdiction
any ,
Bfirar.: thediftnctsof Kentucky, east of R'pfhfntati.es of the United States of St. Joseph.Sec. No. 42. AN ACT to incorporate the town peace and to this end he is hereby vested and Mid sheriff'Our to employ In
,jjirst Tennessee and Mi soun, shalltwsaadkcalicd America in Congress assembled, That the 1. Be it enacted by the Governorand of Quincy. with all the authority rights and privileges the execution of h prmittr herein before
J"" the eight circuit; and proper accounting officers of the Treasury Legislative Council of the Territory of See. 1. DC it enacted by the Goveinor possessed by the constables in the magis prescribe! for them, their deputies legally 1 I
itlttlnrtf fir Alabama, the eastern dis- be, and they are hereby authorized to credit Florida, That all those persons who hate and Legislative Council of the Territory of trates'districts in this Territory ; Provided, sworn according the laws of this, Terri
,' nao(Lu H"iana. the district. of ;\Iifll..i.! ..- the account of the Treasurer of the United associated themselves together for the purpose Florida, That all the free white inhabitants his fees shall be such as: are provided by law tory. t
p.uJ the ditrici. of.Arkansa! shall form State!*, w ith the amount of the unavailable of forming a Protestant Episcopal residing within the limits of the north west fur similar services. Approved 12th February 1837.* I
iWbfeJk-d} the ninth circuit. fund. briber charged to John Camp Church, in the city of St. Joseph and such II quarter of section ..enn. in township two,I Stc. 13. He it further enacted, That the ,
Srt. 1 And he it further enacted That bell, or Inn predecessors, and to transfer other persons as may hereafter join such north of three, west, comprehending the intendant nnd councilmen shall respectively No. 47. AN ACT lo incorporate the Frank
,: af%*MOflt of saiU circuit. courts shall lxhdtvirrm > the amount to the debit of the banks and association, shall be, and they are hereby present site of the town of Quincy and enjoy and exercise the authority of a conservator Im Insurance Company.
earh 3 tar in the following. inditiduals' it-spectitely, that may be indebted constituted a body 1 politic and corporate by their successors, be and are hereby declared of the peace. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the
faeneu, to s it, commencing in the Knd..trtrt"fLr-HMana. at New Orleans, N"'. 2. And be it further enacted That vestrymen of St. Joseph's Church, and by name and style of the town of Quincy, with right of appeal to the Superior Court shall of Florida, That Allen Asher Territory I
r the tbird Moodax of May and on the the Secretary Treasury be, and be is said name may sue and be I.oed. plead and an the rights, privileges, powers .and authority he guaratced to any person who may: feel ningham, Richard C. Allen, &lwi.. CUD,
lad Monday of S'otembcr, annually ; hereby, authorized to compromise and finally be pleaded, make contracts, receive.do- incident to. and appertaining to a aggrieved by any decision under ,any of James Deblois, Fitzpatrick, Joseph
a the district of )1a. II"'I'Vi, at Jack. settle the claims of the United States, nations, purchase and hold real and personal corporation body politic, or natural person the ordinances of the town ; Provided be Croskey Rib.r. Maclay and their
M ou lie lint Mfinday of May and the of the abote description, against said hank property, and dispose of the same in and by the said name and style may shall comply with all the requisites exacted associates and be. and they are
irat Monday uf Novratber, annuall y; in and inditiditals who hate proved insoltent, the way that' may be deemed for the benefit sue and be sued, find and be impieaded! of parties taking appeals to the Superior hereby .ueter.pIItle and corporate -
the ,.) tberndi lnC'l ul\laham.., Mobile; or failed to make .punctual 'pnymenlx, on of Mid church, and may have and usea hold, poI'f'1ls.n y, real estate, per- Court in ordinary cases. under the b Insurance
M ,J"t ttrmtJ )l1t"dl\ "I! April and the sonad such terms and conditions as he may deem corporate seal, with such device or devices soaal and mixed property, and transfer the Sec. 15. Be it further enacted That all Company, to at Su
>fi"Nfjj t'ki<4T, annually ; in the most conducite to the inttreMs of the United as may be chosen and alter the same Mme, and ..t dispose of and tnmnmgf the .>*. heretofore passed in reference to the and ,by that name t lat 'Jp
vftfrrndiririrf' nn'innsyitiinia, ut Pills- State*, 'roriVWThat. ,t... si-l It-II .t pleasure.Sec. fund. of staid town, as shall be most beneficial incorporating the town oi fluency, be, and cess ion of officers and members for IM tern
hr=. 'G the llnr.1' Monda>s of May stud not authorize any compromise of the debt 2. He it further enacted That on to the merest thereof. the same are hereby repealed but all ordinances of fifty years, and a seal use, I
!> tw?of't. annuu/lv/ ; in the .li"tmt of De- due from the Allcghany Hank of Pennsyl Raster Monday annually, there shall bean Sec." 2. lie it further enacted, That the orders,, or resolves now in force break, alter, and amend t"Ommn, at their pleasure t ,
liarf'. at\c.f .tlr. on the Tuoday next ,allla.A.'r.ton,111. election for two wardens and five vestrymen gotermucu of Mid town shall be vested inan shall continue to I be in force" until aJteJor and to sue and b.ued. plead or be implead-
Max and I March 3d. 1837. with the shall have intendait and fite councilmen be designated and all fine forfeitures
listing tJ ifcarr on the Tuesday next following I -- --- --- -- - to enact by-laws,and to make other regulations a ill known as the town council of that have accrued ,under any of Mid of law or equity in am.en.
|kdurd MotiJay of October, unusually ; I I IIIY AUTIIOKITY.JIM ] as the welfare of said church may Quincy, each of whom in addition to the acts, may be recovered' in the same manner competent jurisdiction, Terrtry.may makeo b'iJ
of.1Lf di..tn t of ;Maryland, ut IJaliitbefir \'s of the /'''''ilur y of Floridafur 1837 require ; provided, such laws and regulations qualifications of a voter shall at the time as i if the said acts hereby repealed were. dain and establish, such by laws, rule and
.... "t Monday of April and thekIhsdarofkinhrr I' lie not inconsistent with the constitution of and for three months immediately preceding in force. regulations, as they may deem expedientand t
annuully ; in the \u. 3('.. AN ACT to authorize John N. C.: and laws of the United States, and the the election hate resided within the Sec. IB. He it further enacted, That the u necessary ; Protidt such 'by laws,
w.k1idfltrlC of New Turk: at Albany, Stockton establish a Ferry across the laws of this Territory. limits thereof. individuals lately elected commissioners of rules and b Dt repugnant to '
at tft'ulld'l'IIC"4la)' of June and the Choctawhatchie titer at the Cow ford.Stc. Sec. 3. He it further enacted, That if Sec. 3. lie it further enacted, That the the town of Quincy shall constitute the the laws of this Territory or of the United
I4Tterday cf Octolt-r. annually ; and I. He it enacted by the Governor I from any cause no election for wardens town council shall annually on the first town council for the present year. States. t
I kfoUIIhr. hoideii utcrm of sand circuit and Ixgi>lalite Council of the Territory of and vestrymen be held at the time designated Monday in January be elected by the qualified Approted Feb. 12th 1837. See. 2. Be it further enacted That the
**. nwjIJt.. al I.twi linrg.. in the I Florida, That John N. ('. Stockton be and in this act, for the same the charter voters of the said town, and it shall be capital stock of said stall be
fcndhiJrirt: of \irgmia, commencing he ill! hereby authorized to establish and II j hereby granted shall not for that accountbe their duty at their first meeting, to elect No 43. AN ACT for the relief of John W. million of dollars, eompnr J into O t ;
itlt>\ 'SulU.liIr August ; at HunUta -I I keep a .public Kerry atrosi the Choctaw. forfeited, but in such an event it shall fromamonf themselves, the intendent who Simon ton.Sec. thousand share of one hundred *
ta the northern district of Alabama, hatchic al the Cow'ford, on Mid liter for i'the be the duty of the rector of said church, if shall hold his office until the next annual I. Be it enacted by the Governor and each ; and after Mid company shall have
I118rs1ttDf on the! first Monday of June ;I term of I fife years and that he be there be one to fill the vacancies occasionedby rleelion.roidrd, howevef that the saidintendant Legislative Council of the Territory of I been organised and in operation O year, .
... Loul.. in the district of Mis'ouriI lowed to charge: such rates of toll as ma)'ai-I such failure, to hold an election, if there and councilmen, shall continue to I Florida, That the Treasurer of the Territory I the Mme may at any time by vote of a majority
I l veaartniof on the first Monday in April j j: from time to lime established by the county he no rector it shall be the duty of the wardens excrcixelhfir pective functions until their be, and he is hereby required to payout of the stOkblder thereof b Inerea-
Ja Little Hock, in the district of Ar- I court Washington county. and vestrymen in office when such lu'cetsoruhall nave been elected. of any money in the Treasury to John "'. ed to any ai
*". tea the fourth ;Monday ..f Mi.rrl.,1 j I *_. fI. Ho it farther ,n.&oolrI.el all election should hate been h..ld. localise an See. 4. Le it further enacted, That the Simonton, or his representative, the sum of of dollar, in addition to'the
st0i1 Do process, recognizance, or bail''|the rights: pmilcgcs, profits and emoluments election to he held at some other time, previously town council shall have full power and authority one hundred dollars, the same having been tal, and which increased capital stock shall
drctsrruble t.i the next term of either of "aid Ferry, be and they are hereby giving at least five days "public notice to prevent and abate nuisances,com- improperly paid on Auction sales by the also divided into shares oboe hundreddollars
,(**!wnr, shall tie avoided or i impairfleeted voted in the said John N. C. Stockton o( the time and place of holding' such pel the owners of lots upon which pools( said Stmonton and paid into the Treasuryof each.
['. by this change, as to the hm heirs executors, administrators or assigns election and until such election shall be water are, or are likely to accumulate to the Territory of Florida. Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That for
*anct mem of said term ; but that all provided, that he shall keep flat or made or such appointment by the rector fill them up, and Default thereof to cause Approved 14th February 1837. the well ordering and government of a
ten,bail) bund., and recognizance re- boat of sufficient size and strength, to carryover E. J. llardm Robed Heveridge, J. C. the Mme to be done ,t the expense of the there shall be seven ,
..Me to the next term of either of Mid a loaded waggon and team, and shall Maclay F:. J. Wood, Park (i. Street and owner to guard againsithe introduction or No. 44. AN ACT to amend the incorporation eompny.be elected by the stockholders of
*>X ska-returnable!!! and returned to :: comply with the ruler and regulations that 'arhlnl Cromwell, the present vestrymen, propagation of infections contagious disease of the City of St. Joseph. raid and whose duty it shall b
kesrt next held according to this act, t I may be established by the county court ofVahington ,: shall be invented with all corporate powers *, and generally to onhin and enforce See. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor to compny. from their number.Sec.
'ksamemanncr a. if so made returna- j|, \ county, or that may hereafter I to conduct" the temporal concerns of said such measures may be necessary for the and Legislative Council of the Territory 4. Be it further enacted, That the
*.Aefaeethereof, and shall! hate fullBreordindy l he piovided by law. | church, as are herein provided. protection and preservation of the public of.'Iorida That the corporate authorities of directors so, chosen, shall serve until the
; and that all coutinuana Sec. 3. De It further enacted That it I I Sec. 4. He it further enacted That this health of the town, they may erect all necessary the city 8u Joseph, shall have the power first Monday of J.uual of the succeedingyear
eaber of raid courts shall be hum I ItR .hallhr.l unlawful for any person or personsto act shall go into operation from and after public buildings, and dispose of the to imps upon the Mayor such duties or until otbr ar elected in their
M tern to the court appointed by this:] establish or keep a Ferry within five the passage of the Mme.Approted Mme, as the interest of the town may require pUre and government of stead, and that on the first Monday of Jan
"* tie day herein appointed. for miles of Mid Ferry, unless the Mme be loll I 11th Feb. 1837. they may sink wells, erect pumps, Mid city a.i proper and expedient uary in each and every year, there shall b
Biencement of the next nession free, and for his or their inditiduul uc. dig drains, lay out burial grounds, and regulate and that they may allow to Mid an election held for such director t
: Provided That nothing here | Approved I2th, Feb. 1837. No. 41. AN ACT to prevent the unlawfuland and take care of the Mine, they shall Mayor a salary for such services; provided, for one years, or uuti other are elected in
.--..., shall) prevent the judge( tlheOutricto I violent taking of personal property. have power to regulate, improve, alter and the same shall not exceed the sum of one their stead, and elections the stockholders
New York from hold No. 37. AN ACT ..; amend; an act to in- Sec. I. Be it enacted by the Goternorand extend the streets, lanes avenues, and pub- thousand dollars per annum may vote in person or by duly constituted
"roarl' at L'tica, nor the judge of coiporalc the East Florida nail Road Legislative Council of the Territory lic squares. and to open new streets. and Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That thejurisdiction proxy, and each share shall have
k4erndistrict of Pcnnsyhaiiu from Com| any pMSMcd February sera enth and of Florida, That upon complaint made on cause encroachments,obstructions, decayed of the said Mayor's court may one vute.Sec. *
:-fthe("Ourt. at \Vilhamsport, at the appruncFebruary fourteenth eighteen i, oath by the person injured, his agent or attorney buildings, and old ruins to be removed extend to all sums on account under five 5. Be it further enacted, That thdirectors ;
-lIIatand with the name |lower andllaaaion hundred and thirty-fltr.tire. | before any justice of the peace of they shall I have power to establish aulregulate hundred dollars. shall have power to appoint a president
as heretofore. I. lie it enacted by the Governor' this Territory, that any slave or slaves, or patrols, to regulate the trafficking Approved 12th February, 1837. from among their own by. all
k a. And be it fuitlin t"c'cd.11...t I and IAtM.I-li&r Cn..il of tl.e Territory cal oiliei htul I, li.vi. t...n ulrrn. enticed or with |"ersons ofenlne, to regulate markets other otttn of Mid company, gene
--. of any art or arts of t'ongrc** as Florida, That from and after the term of carried away by fraud violence seduction, the safe keeping of standard of No 45. AN ACT to amend an act to incorporate rally and transact all businessand
".tb district: court of the L'. Statesbdmdhstr.cts : service of the directory of the aforesaid or other. unlawful means from the possession weights and measures, the storing of gunpowder the Central Bank of Florida. affairs of Mid company, subject to such
tif Iiiduna, hiss 01,., Miss company now, ip office, the direction the of such deponent and that the said deponent and the conduct ing of auction sales, Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Governor by laws, rules, regulations, and directionsof
'(Arlat.sa' the eastern district' of I the &:i.u'f't of MiuiMiippi the north fitedirrrtorste who shall be fleeted at the) attorney bona fide claims a title to, or I have the power to licence the retailors: of Florida, That the capial.tOk of the Central the vote of a majority of tbe share at any
isirirt uf:New York the ueicw dis- | annual meeting of the stockholders by a' interest in, the Mid slave or slaves or other spirituous liquor, and keepers of taverns, ) Bank of Forida. permitted to general meeting; thereof, and pay to such
(( taiHy|".aiiia, and the district of A- majority of votes, and under such other I I chattle, or the possession thereof it shall and to restrain and prohibit lotteries which be increased o( dollars, one officers such salaries u shall b deemed expedient -
.f.tle of them thrpott er and ju- rules and regulations; as may be laid downin be the duty oft the said justice to issue his have not had the unction of the Legislative million to be reserved for the Territory or by the Mid director
"''tlflI"Cinirts,be and thenamc IIIjJ' the by laws of said Company majority warrant a.. well for the summons of the defendant Council, raffling of all kinds, gaming' and State of norida and for the other million, Sec.6. Be it further eact. That said
; l w*4ed;and there shall hereafter be of w horn shall constitute a quorum fur the to appear forthwith, as (or the sei- taming house, houses of ill-fame tippling books of shall be one after corporation shall have power and authority w
jwwnaw'! roc said district by thechkfof transaction business, and for the election uzre of such slave or slaves or other ehatlle house, to regulate theatrical and other I this act shall be Mnctioned Concr to make insurance O a'kind
the Supreme Court ''of a President it is provided however that and Mid slave or shares or other chattle public exhibitions, to suppress riots anddisorderly giving sixty days notice in. the papers property, and effect of any a o
G ur tt toil* circuit to which ; the first election under this act may be held shall remain in thccustod of the officer executing assemblies,and to provide for the I of Tallahassee and Appalaehicola.Sec. ture wbabnrl aDt losses
L"Uy 'Ilfdiftly l belong, and I as soon a.. practicable after its paaMge.Sec. ; said warrant until otherwise order pun.sbmenlofall persons guilty of breachesof I 3. Be it further enacted, That thefourteenth ges by ftr peril* the aea, an
tc Uf'tf+of ter'h districts Kverahl y' 2. Be it further enacted That the ed byte judgement of the justice u here the peace withIn the limits of said town. I rule of the eighth section o*'the all and damages u.t, t
esl tapretirly f nber of whom shall con- aid Hail Road may cross the rout of any in before provided for. Sec. 5. Be it further etu ted, That the act to which this f i an amnmt requiring make any entr inoIa iro

"jedl m f -Iudl circuhfOOurta, and I other Rail Road or contemplated Rail Road, Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That up- town council shall hare foil authority to I that all notes bk any kind Dture wltnr. 1 b
.. tbert'rho. II have like power1 I Iffi& I(except the route of the lorida Peninsula on the return of such warrant, and seizureof define the objects of rotation, establish .I shall be made payable there, b anUno,dnR aD bUor
.tara.e 'kejuri j di,tion as other cir- Jacksonville nail Road) or any water I I such slate or slates or other chattel the rates thereof and preside for the collecting ..m hereby repealed. &exrc powers .Dc pr.n 0 a
eeattaarhd Ole judgrtthereof;; and the course, and it i i. hereby declared that the* it shall be the duty of such justice of the of the Mme. I Sea 3. Ba it further enan. That the general in.unne a -
r nct rrtlrt,.. sad the judger tletteof .: Mid company i ia invested with power to extend peace to cause to be summoned with Sec. 0. Be it further enacted That the charter of the said Cenl Florida, ecute all trusts committed to lh b
... bee hb P'*'cr. and exercise like'.,I the Mid Hail Road to the Apalcl"ro'la out delay, two of the next neighboring<< justices town council shall have the same authority shall be ettde eontinue for the viduals or t"Orntn and us
.. the district courts, and the River, or to the westward thereof. of the peace and the said three justices to commit to prison foreoctem ts; providedthe term of years passage of rance may insurances, Aid
"JIdtIatrtuc.. iD the other eircuilL From I I Sex 3. Be it further exacted, That all sitting together shall proceed to hear term.of Imprisonment shall not exceed this act accept of tr
ina twelve boor,.*, and for the non payment of 12th 1837. Sec. 7. enacted That H.B. Wood
lAd derntiw. rendered in tbe labourer, artizans, or agents employed 11I1 evidence as to tbe question of possession Approfe February I ,
ntt r rta c.(tbe> United Stale for the carrying or managing the work or any summary way, the parties being first notified fine and forfeiture*, u la vested in the J. C. Maclay, Robert Beteridgf, tad Db
v'a..; riot of Louisiana, writs of error I I| part of it contemplated b, this act i incorporating of the time and place of their sitting criminal' ccorts of the county they shall in Jfo. 46. AN ACT to take the sense of the zekiah S&or any three of C&ett. .

1r alllie 1, to the circuit court in;I| this company, shall be exemptedI and shall cause the MId slave or slaves or no rue ''nAid imprisonment as a punishment people of this Territory o tbe policy and appointed commitaioo-
district in said Heats in the Mine |I I from serving as Jurors, and (rum wor hag other chattel to be delivered over to the for tie Infraction of any of their or and propriety of becoming state. ere to open books and receive obscriptioaa
WajL 4 Goo d*rcrtef and judfcrocnt on the public hi hway.. party from whose possession the fame were distances, hit shall have power to fine, or Sec. I. Be it enacted by the Governorand for lid capital stock on the first Monday
JiWz18 ii eke distiict within which a cjr-; Sec. 4. Be it further anacled, Thai the violently wrongfully or fraudulently taken to recognice the putty to answer for the Legislative Council of the Territory of in March next, and every person subscribing
Iy I pro rided by this act. !i time granted for the construction and comipletiou or enticed away, or in whose Mme at the next session of the Superior Florida, that at the next election for Delegate shall pay at the time one dollar 0

1 ...t.Aad be it further enacted, Thai of-aid nail Road, be and the same ble and rightful poneaaion they last pe&n"l Court; Pmvided, nevertheless, that no &Congress for thia Teritor. it shall each share t we commissioners, or t
!'----. 'UIL&, prvtlte\lttoo., cause*,I 11 I hereby extended three years after tbe Provided such party ball before punishment inflicted by the corporate authorities be the duty of the Judges In.psl of sucb agent. may appiDt I O
emu, and other proceedings, tela4w close of the Seminole .war. lice enter into recognizance, with good and I shall be pleaded in bar upon indictment the election aforesaid, at or the subscription and such pmt o
&1&1& eatise. cit il I or criminal (w hutch i I i' Sec. 5. Ik it further enacted, That this sufficient security, in double the amount of: fur the tame offence before any precinct where any such election may b i.hole rtllibr of shares ab" .pia the



titm the other Russia leading forth) lures at a distance (rum the scene, hut it AIJla1 Otttfe*iMRtjBUtderbeinc
and No. W. AN ACT to for the Compensation shall be the'dutjc of the Overseers of apoa caj
i (.uh 4Ciiplion fhsll be rioted protide tK repeatedly stated in the Harrisburgpa- \
northern clan was
I of her CossHek and her sail \e for
aid ,.OfltflIflhIf'th3l. forthwith proceed of the Members the Legtsla- several rld. 1.make a rdurn t4je Convenhe-' : thl
I I .. organise aid corporation, by gitluft th'. Council and brother names defaulters on tb low r The cofjUstl 1 M;would heW$o (tfu'.1 all, the tIsubI4eaeamSes'aid- fftrytyc 'no.1 '.
purp of can
Ik it cnacttd I.road to one n pvvtra m
I I t weiii) days* public .tI1nsnt two ncwm-,1,1t. & by Cmmi fertile hmssjettt.-wen
!,PUT p'ltrrIn tins Territory to the subscribers., Legislative Council of the Territory o respective "Id a tl dayt and bddts fift aumIn o Y money. a haat. It. 1'' MITI4I"fne.a Ifedictl
p t to pay at .u.. .. and phot and U .uch' lid Thai the Oozaoresu.eIobs m ter.} 'bere.n pion E boeN', tnoreom, precbejyiike UMOI fo ; bt Oal
I unmilOtlera Apn b
J gent sMldeoTOmi-sioaert'rnaydasJgnate.: die"n settled, the 'pay1 and mileage of befor* the fitting From orlaJlinoplTh late Smyr- They can swindle old women and childrenout not, see nothing,either tit blbe o
the further sum of nine dollar, as a*ccond Mrmh. of the Legulatiie Council shall either himself by tune personduly na paper contain accounts from Constantinople of their pocket money, and raise large corded fact to I lessen the physic O I

J instalment on each share: subscribed (dr.taOlfaartae from the second day of January authoru him to gin notice t: Jan. 18 turns at any time to pay a set of lazy mmt' orrok1m. .f, '.
& hyp
defaulters itqoirmg
stockholders who have *o psjd one .thousand eight hundred and thirty those be 'rhe plague Constantinople hail p. i- ocrites to traverse the country lor the Iii .. I"
If' Mid second instalment shall on th! day c\cn, to Sniita>', the I'2lh day of February them lo appear before said Coroo>iMioi *rand .lively There had been Idminr turbance of neighborhood*and families but marrow, the mind (tmaiof jq o .

I': succeeding the lime limited for Mich piyment : of thc .ime year, both days inclusive, show e.ua if any they bnt why they within able.tfk to the Greek Ho they have no money for the melioration 01 stun of iu faculties, aJthotffB] '
1 r F' elect seven director, who shall |Mstockholders > according to the allowance authorised by should not b fined, and if hall be rtVfl. IP 22 sick.. The following remarkable story real hardships among the blneka. Thetruth limb are utterly, devoid of I fe 1hg 1 "

and citizens of tin Territory the act u(Con rf". pint t, such nonce related plague:-An loiiul re- i t. they art the 'most contemptible of_ nztksn aw I'.
,ftBf five of wbonl hull !tw a. quorum 8rc. 2. De it further enacted That he & on the road, be sbhl be exempted he i to 0 Lb country near Adrianople, for (connecting, link" between human nature wpt the minmul .

: to do buidncM for said company, to manage cause to IN. paid to Joseph D. Lancaster. from road duty a many days & hands may dr of being removed to a distance and brute beast*" that naturalist have powers ? I t.b bin iaatheiaiTvi
1 and regulate thr affair thereof by (or his services a.chief clerk of the Council bo actually)' employed in warning purp of tbediseate which pre ever yet derib.'uitr. ion, and of looch) Jol 1

a plurality of tote* of urh stockholder*, five hundred dollars, lo John G. Gunn, and giving notice I,deauJle" the in the cily. He had remaind more the objects which created then are a
1'I each share 110 subscribed t and paid fur Laving enrolling and cngrojwmg clerk mo hun Sec. 8. De it fu" enarte pat '. nit'0 months in his retreat, wht'l one An Anecdotf- or some time past l. an drawn, why may we not suppose ia4i(7

one vote.Sec dr and tiny dollar, to Neill Me Pht'hn, Commissiomsers.5ll *b lablr. in day he took a fancy to shoot a crow which Equestrian corps have been prormill at tains them after a sudden operaim .

I 8. De it further enacted, That all "nrlhn.and engrossing clerk two hun aforesaid mf'runN. road keeping was "pawing over his head. Ilia children the Circus in this (city with axe or Guillotine 7 Like th iiig a t

future insUlmcnla or aid Mock after the fifty dollar, lo Hubert D. Cop. good order be fined public oCbeirdilritl pirke up; the crow and played some time and to the gratification and delight of thenumerous amputated I leg, which ( .u*,fo,0.
I I,( sjrcond, shall be paid st Mich limes as ihe land, enrolling and engroMing ( 5d shall as by this al The next day three of his children .i.ierl. Dy way of giving variety and even weeks after the operatioo k tL'1
attendcocc duly
for to
director rnav designate, upon public notice hundred and fifty oNillaM. lo James Wallace, prrilr non of the'reads shall be responsible were successively !'i7r with the to the *, some other performance remain in imaginary pnMewio s/ *?$

thereof being given as hen'in before ser.teant.at-arms (ineliuluig his account far Ovt'rfrn the fur the like plngue, and in the space of eight day the are introurr and among the corporal members, until lb carui.4 /jr
specified, and thr instalment foreman1' fuel) one hundred and iiinel-Iwo 0 dollars, lo eomrlll'iuar fined house was entirely demoted, all it* inhabitants rest Mr. ( company with lit ion are.Ialbere arnu fyAnti
k.: nail be paid in specie or its equivalent,and to Mo e" Klh, dnur l keeper| including account .. default therefor in their duties is and may in this act. by having fallen victim to the dias'l an occasional song. Among others, he frequently ions and .lb t repose in 11, ehmrfL .,
In addition to tbn liability ofsaid corporation one hundr..c and nly.lhrc dollans as proide was supposed that the crow bI sings a comick negro song called death." .
llth I
the stockholders thereof shall personally to William for printing stationery. Apl'rue lt. to one of the bands of those 'the Racoon Ifunt' the chorus which -
debt due wild and ciMitingcncicn, nine bund"d -- -_.-- lunge lain word 'sellin on a rail.' This A Running Gipay.-.A terTcharaclert
liable for the pay went of all by -- -- -- --- --- had fed upon the carcasses of lie ,
corporation, to the amount uf Mock owned and ninety-two dollars, lo Frederick Towlc ENCLAND AND RFSSlA. han "li'h peasant who had perished of the din- song become 1 popular that the atru *exMing at prl.li l\r

by him, her or them at the time such debt for hi* account, fourteen dollar and ,c\' n Of BRITISH MCHR., ,alE". ease Ine, and had.been abandoned in Ihe field hop*, and other .Im brho of SJJ1 ll-!
was contracted or liability incurred. and on ly-fnc cent, to I lhayiard & Austin, for THE CATl'IE TiE Ulhe emory true, if a singular stantly rebounding with ( words, 'sellin ahoy "o'n commonly as Jack UtcriesT*
failure of said corporation to pay and haltAerUuittfand *- % thirty six dollars and .iAa- The seizure of the British trading "nsl proofof the b contagiotnuiesM afn" Ihe'ir on a rail.' A few day since, a gentlemanfrom he Is abut fifteen >ear* of age, aMWt i*

t deniahdrd( any creditor of count, fourteen"iIoHATrVMo! ) 'JA/Y'eX.: i 44 Vuen* in the Dlacl Sea-off the block coasi lence ol true oi-_ the country eale at a saddler's. shop tivity i* surprising ; he will conj* I!
of .
bill for his fifteen dollar J. ( irrN ii. for the violation o a lu hit; i.iy, !. _rMI. whirh h. low the hounds on W
by a in In it
I corporation may proceed nr'olnl ade by the Russian thrfI'nsImt"Illlg .'A..I... ,- of out fo.aD STlwfff
torrmtnr .iMi to date repaired. The ofjfwenty !
of Mid for his account ten dollar toSlauurtHllu FrmII"rl."Ov" ..1 O'lf
chancery against any one or more VorM serious, chief .
10 the endeavoured to convince him thatit and
WINTER: IN ENGLAND. shop leaps fn'el hedges aTKri t
stockholder to recover the Mid amount \ for cop\injr the laws for the pie of dii himself
to be equitably distributed by decree of printer two huudrcuand fifty ihiillars.Se. Circasia iclaimed as n UUT"" Province.Kngland During the last two month) *, we hate had he was not worth the cot of mending ; but and has,several never Wears no*hor* oi.
that it favourite fimilv tunes
alleged w.
W nuch court among the creditor" of ail 1 corporation. :i. lie i further enacted, That the demurs the claim, ant (demand Ihe net crest. weather experienced in England ; -' a ; mile run .
article and hat it repaired.Accordingly right out. He
( oternor can-e lo lie amliled and jellied], the right of a ( trade. The question mtolted mice 1814. The whole lear had beenrough in.i"tf upon ing frequently '
Sec. V. lie it enacted. lint: the dividend the hr'oun of \\'alllul, \\IJ.| for prn- i.the serious rr one-i* tin Dlack Sea wet, and uncertain.. A Mate of ,and wai the sent loa journeyman furIIIl' it for lby nmning the (brfolt.of ) I

and profit of said. corporation may' IK tIec I ing the law\of the Jr-.Cilt KCK!IJ, and al!,.o n tiinre clanHint or nn open *ca? Russia things which She town and hathilll ,1.rr1 for purpose the of owner some accompanied ilruciioiisrepecling the mile coaches 01 or mail.He rd. bidt t_ "
b 1 rlared among ItleJtn.ckllnltleratlItrroflIehl-, the account of J. Knou l IN for printing the claim the wivrreignty under the treaty of on the sea coast fell heavily tnln'r.1 purpose gi\inr has
ever expedient, but nuch dividend* hall in journal of the II(4.Iit "e"ri c annum < lobe audiUd and settled the n- t'l..n the who fell no at .faclion .itiIratelling it alleged-= that i if it were rpaire. roach from that pli I
no cac exceed twcni) l per centum per 11,0 CNU M including the mouth of the Dvnube, owner! great : London t
it would he like riding ta to rest until tie
if shall In- of the lhruf new' author- there- hundred mile to ( on a rail afUrrno I
and thcsurplus profit* any, count : 'papent right to regulate steam natigaion fifty or a ace
reer>ed an a safely fund to meet ally lul'l'lIeS 1.1 In piililish the 'laws' of the I present irs- thee claim are yearly! pu he. M premature in the little hotel for: The owner replied that it was his business, Some run back ; the odds are in favor ot 'sy
which may happen tosai-1 corpoiation. sill!II, 3ordin.lo tlc act of (Congre' in ant the now threaten to take poHrion which the conscience of the lanlords of and desired that the repairing should be at- gentlemen the vicinity of !r I

? and be considered a* ;part of the capital the iiig i a\.. wit.: for printing iiipaiiliihlel of the whole f-e.i, and: of the Dnghton, "'othtg. and the other summer Ilndet to. He had scarcely closed his rt"mak. havetakengrcatnotice of tin* la; I w
l UOlhnrs. when little urchin thurt his head i a wanderer
1 flock thereof, mid the said, corporation I form se\rn hundred ant! fifty co- and thus while she i is innd. camps citueiikhip, charge so ma pacioushy.Hut a I by nature,and tDI..
i; hall make annual rt"IMlrill to the (.uernor PI'I| of the 1.1J of the pre:-nt se:Monof the land, to threaten the and all on the 9th of No\mbr. the war of f'1e out at it window,' singing 'settinonn rail, e the down t regular hour.rl,6
which the of
of the Territory of Florida at leat one Ci-latue I Council, a- 'per contract withWin. Europe: by the cta Knclnnd: and Franceof ment began. "epl the whole coat set tin on a rail, countryman fr decency .ho and ;
ff of the i, Wilson four dollars for : and the of the supposed had reference to the remark of greatest luxury is in roving where and
week prevurjMo the merlin; LegiI p< r page; course arc alarlm'l The facts 11 to of England welter "hurel tin
latire Council thereof, of iti tnte.: condition nrinlini! Inc hundred] (''IiJ of the Jour- he these.The continent; the seal w a*covered with w reeks, i the journeyman saddler, in objecting to he pleases, and his epicurism ell eajy
and affairs the name.. to IK- laid U'fme ;naN of-the present ..,-lon in pamphlet treaty of Atlrlanople "'1 concludedbetween and ihe shore V.ithi corpse nut it was on mending hi, saddle, and regarded it a* in to boiling hedgehog in milk W

I.I the Legislature! ; who nuy appoint H committee rorin. u4".r| contnctwiih J. Kno\\l, four Himiaand Turke)' m I IWH, when the lOlh of the same month that the most Il'ldlS in insult him. He, howetcr, re- prefers lo all other The above sUkoeat

t if they may deem it expedient to examine .iularI'r p.tue ; for iiulili-hing in the Flor-' the Ca..aiRn. enjoyed a complete indeMtidfiice. *rcmuuoii* up, from Ihc At. trlUJ isis feelings ; but a!he \\a about can be verified in etery pamcular.-JWt
1(11tH'Pt. Tim .
the books of *ud corporation.Sec. ( two other] newrMpcr| ,the las | The). had, houMcr, comisciated l !:intic, and 11\"I! ,, devastated mounting his horn in the Mrrei, *etcralIHTMIII cc.ThiETREAsrUl.sup
r JO. De it eiurlol. Thai >..iil, l l"rn< 0I'Ul rpr ..iK nl M--'XKUI, oiiuilollurand I went)"' to pay occasional uilinte to lh.Porte, parl- all within its ta!t expanse, up Irolabh' to who were pasmg by, struck' ur'tllulau..I"y. TIn
ration shall pay a uv to the Trrntor of fi\e cent .h per ;page.S'c I a! .Mahoinelan and an 0ch, vulijecl the |>ole. The wind raged ( 'Itin on a rail. Supposing The O'
e Florida of three per (,l'IIIUlIIll'r nnnum.on I. He it (urll.r enacted, That the }the Sultan, and parti)' I a riturn fur la)'" with fearful fur)" houses wen blown again that it w a* : as an insult. immence amount of treasun; tod
the Mid, and) this. Auditor of this Tcrrilon. bendy MUlhnr1..1 b lown mail ... liurned ufflrt't to him, he exclaimed that heoul.1 other memorial of man, which lie
I netl profits of corporation H the ;prot(- lion utfordid tin m their iscighi-i .adICI atta), k
this act shall he taken and regarded; a* a to audit and !ttlc (lie account of \\'11101 [sara agaiiit KuMa. ) hiss utertumaeal I). the force of the hIa-t\UII., J'1 some of them on a rail. They gate in the ocean, i H a curious rabjeet of

; public act, and hall hcfitoraM)' construed \\' | fur lank furl!for i lie u. e At the alnue muiemit toned pcri(d iii !lat hr and though then ma) ncemtrital instancesof him an idle look, and passed on, .ingin. lion. Whoan .ay that to (fotnrvtm te

lIP by all rourt. in this Territory', au-l mi: )" lie of the IlraunJ.f 'llrl... power at ailed self of the forormi: Male in it* mischief, the) gitc an cxtraoidinar). na they' went, '!'U r on a I:11. "t'i tn memory of the nations: now h the 1
given in evidence in all c.i; 'cs w here ..iid Appr".1 I 1''th Fib. 1S37. which Upland; had lift 'I'urkiy, to draw eoncijtion of the power of I the st mmii. Theo rail leaving him under Ihc impreonIhitt may not be preserved solely Ibrtt
corporation may concerned, uithout "peeiafpleading Curenuisma (rum the allegiance of ihc Sultan | -*thipping anJ life w 4*deplorable. The they tf"1|>ccnliir: pleasure H innll relics / lImit few persons, any

; and ihu act shall continue No. 51) AN ACT to amend the .eiraJ who, imfairly, gaocr t. the con- )ear closrd H uh the great '"O\Morm. A ing him le rude! on" for ome distance.until the numljer of teel, with valttble cargoes -

I, In force until the )car one thousand eight ,III (urC"r in thin Ttrnlor in relation .,",'rr pru ilegi w Inch he hid no right to ulight fall on Ihe night of (health of Dccemltcr he ram. to a choo| house, winchhapptncd which. have been mbmerjed. Lytn!!
hundred and-eighty-wten. to road and high ua\ *. ) alienate. Of('UUII the Circassian, a hose KTindl only l I" attire Christmas in to IK at the time hc;. the ;IIII'III in In* 'Principle* of GI"

Approved 12th Feb. 18:17.: Sec 1 1. lie it cnneteil by tin* Gotrrnorand line of mdciciidence| Iad aduce them toseek hits ancient robe, and the sight of the snow were dismissed, among "hon crea numben that during the late, war Cafludntiil
I.ei.laii: i \e Council of the Territory the dearly bought as of their was almost welcomed. of ol"ho commenced ,singing al : France, thirty) two English Iip I
t4 No. 48. AS ACT incorjHiratc. a Company or Florida. 'Hut ll.c ,fine hereafter imjMie comparatnel powerful neighbors gain.!t I nut on Chtisima night down came the they) hOIe, M'ttinon a rail. scttmon I hr ll."emit lo the bottom in .

I I for the establishment ofn Ferrsirriii 'l upon the Aucilla River, at the Flat Ford III wa)*. ,ho ,.hal refuic or neglect lo p<'rfoim lamely' puhmit lo be Iwuchl and sold like If'ak. the entire face of England; wan b longer, nlll leaping; from hats hur!.-. commi six frigates andamullitniieofi>iraIlveMk

,); Jefferson County.Sec. the rejninil of them h) the ".\". In their heartt they protected apaint. 5110W. Al the mail, and comiseysneesIfcvery 'need blabuurilS away among II".II')'!, Tilt native* oftbcoitacr European PWt
I. De It enacted bthe Got ci nor seicral law to w Inch tin 'an ainendinent, ,! the conduct of Turkey and the prc- ( were Mopped at once, "* Ihe whom Il!uIIP. \crc ,cndcatoiiring: : lo France, Holland, Spam and ,w

and LeguUtite Council ol the Ttrntor ofFlorida. "halll the 'place of the present fine, forfeit len lfl of Hui !ia. To n.c in aroma, time)' mow had drifted in some place*, from ten provoke him. They of course scampered almiMt aniiihibied during the same p
LI \ That Abram lkhlani3. William and pay lair et4t- ut'IU'Crll}' fhcilo.tr \rle afraid, while the Kuwian army WN* to twenty feel. The, few rura1II..h) ofTa rapidly n* (I"-ibl., anal thr coun- sal thai (he aggregate of' their *
Jese \\'. Ellas: Edward*, || and tr) man mounted hi* declaring that hate many tithes exceeded that o f Gins
t Daily, Hasan, (cry connli'sioiler public stilt (.I..ampt.1 in the ilefilts of the Dalkan.but. tfriiturru out were in the drift, loJ
Anderson Snead :Manning. ,\. HBhehee roads and high w ho hall like ale U sme Illr (ure I he Dritnin. Jin-very one of thf ships isis
tt May \a)*, in ln.l'r a* soon a!a fair chance offered itself of wen either left they hud sunk, or, \\"oul 'uul
lit Lloyd Skunnal, and thiir. asnates refuse or uecUct lo do Ins duty i.hal attach mir ihfir .amipressora with urceM, with. infinite' difficulty were dragged. back: again i'l the city.' lobe thus in ( 1 batteries of ranm, Cfn"IrueiN ins I
-4 be, and they are herctivm i ii a IMKIVf 11 t'a anu pa)' nit): o >iUr.... the)' did I tIn'm dr'talC"c. alt the Autocrat'I to the IOMMS (..s...l."I. ihc y haul ir.it t-llml I lcl rll I*.-.\ ,r{'lk !IvriaI'I..Siqiper bro>.' "hp'tur a k.tWdates
corporate by the name of th' Aucilla Ferry >rc. v. lie I luriiiercnacteu, -inatcier)' disciplined ,1:1 '. ntral oceaMOII Thil ftateof tiling contimu, d Company and by thai name they and thEir. I hand liable by law to uotk "1"11 the public defeated l It). the fr..hur tnhablUIII The Miigle uiuht I fall had the effect I ,,1..11 J';"" liin.-Thonjh. our I"'O.n 1.1.." cal IB mist.
successors and assign% hli.il! Ix capable in ruatll and highways, who shah, not apHNtron of the Caucasus. of ulmoM Ihe i nine machini'r) ofeimiiiierceand firM mlriMli.ction: to thus Santa irhan: tat ( : were rut! of copper; nhr
'N I law to hold and ciijot MI much! real ('.Mali ( xud road; or who whciithc>' shall "hat, then did Hu-Ma do 10 the treaty impeding "OUllllraUun. Cicat ,'rl wa' not pn p'" e!,.in2. we. fnuiiil oiirM and often :.Id. capable of pcmugaiaMc ...
tl a.* mav be necessary for the piirp'i.c' !*' of appear hall refuse or neglect! to do the dn of Adrianople / 'In Ihc 4th article thewterted efforts were Iuillir clear Ihe road ; mite h''Sri 1"1 I'r.qumarta'rs. than "e amities|>alcd. historical' monument, in each arm,
aid .."Iahll.hlllIhc fcrrv lies li. all of tin \II hilst drew tuar, u Intle er- an inlmiilc of nisi ruincnt .( Anrtofunr .
Company in \: ) required| in \ lit oerHer from the Ottoman I'urte all the I>caf>antry were put in motion b)' hundred sssjp'r lime variety
hereinafter mentioned, to Mie, and lie hued.]. < shall forfeit anal pay: for such nl' k.l. ("111 of the Dlack Sea, from tic mouth of or S thousand but the task fn'., I) nut girl came in and flrcl'! the table witha : amid peace; many formed
defend and be deff'tided. and to mAr It\ j no 1 If"1 than two nor more than file dollar the Kouban to St Nicolas porl that is I them and "nme.f Ihc u'nl' l'uf1r snow-w huiti' ."-( decked I\uh m"I"rill1.h a* Kla-amid esrtbesian
I law* for their own Jr"\'CI IIlIIrnl. wlmh shall! at the discretion of the CPliiiiiis'-iohlIrs.' oa)'. all the eountneMui the "IIrr part daH due. The ynow wan so!drip on the plate and china, which confirmed the account capable of|ating for itidttinite' afr*. ibis
not be contrary to the laws of tint T'rnlllI I Str. 3. DC a(urll'r rnacird. That all of that ('.mrau. w Inch she had not before Kent that all MI*-' we had prctioiisly heard of Ihe wealth once "mfnd from the mechanical art*.

r)', or of the t tilled State. and. do nil I liw.: fine* and pro\ided for in the IKI'n able to ".I.u. Hut the OUc manl'uw.had ixiided rU:11 nearl)' the 11C"uurJ tune of the w..L. which our hoMeile'ighteil indispliingto i.llir wave an
ful arts incident to a.r..uriAIIHn.. and which fort going M'cli'in "lll IK ('fU..led and paul no right to cite up 'protii.cc whichacknowlidcetl though the pionci'r*of \\ IMIw ads and Chatham ; (Ir'l ijjner.; more nit it ing than all this w a*a matter winch exclude the corroding send

may he necessary for the f'lIrcc-.ful mnnagement o\er n* provided flr, han act lo amendilirxotcral not her t''llireand the were "mpln)ed lo optn the line; III fricas: which gracetl the (t'llr.of ihe 1 1- of thr.-cn. water. 1'pnn Ihl"IIJtLt
of its affairs, to use, a common cal, I I arts "il force relating to Circacians laughed lo acorn article 4 of the. foreign mail were sent b) oleamlNiat Iai ble; stewed rice, in the midst of which the in hit Principle' r> (;
t and to break and alter and reneu the 'ram roads and high "ii) pnsM-d Februaryeighleen treaty of Adrianople.: it wa!therefore "ii i Doter. Tin sudden stoppage of all intercourse breast of a chicken appeared a* w hitea the limit let it not I be ililtl thai lit far

L at their discretion. l&ldu.and thirt-ix; to which regard to Kurope: that Russia Yllhl great if table coth.'c drew toward. it most lovingly of war i* more conductive, than the n
I Sec. 2. De it further vr.actcd.. That the thi" is an amendmentS tablish a right for hcrfttlf. "'CII not pn"JurN e\l, the ('olullcrC".al inron\'niente Id. abated in our ardor when fill spirit commercial enterprise to A

said Company be, and IhctIC hierthy atthorised -. .4. Me it further niacted, That the Ru, ia managed to ,ulprc amtherof the Remittance hhook the credit\or of the the powerful cenl of carlic Meamcd forth accumulation wrecked vrriofthemFrom .
and tested uuh the right of rtalhshiog .. inco-eer* of ihc road shall ha\e power to States on the coast of the Dlack Sc*. As merchant, teae another iii gut's fall from the deed nul dish, "hilh looted ten an examination of Lloyds Lists fruIhe

l and charged with the duty ofkeej"- appoint a peron to war the hands to work, this same treaty of Adnanopleecured for of snow would hate :been little short of white lad delicate to bear 10 to'ue flavor. year 10) to thr coonneaceneal18W J

big a ferry at or near the place knou al! on the rou., who,duty it .hall be to acne UuMia the entrance to the lab and the Mnking a bl.w at the commercial credit of Garlic! hatful plant i!the delight of the Captain W. II. Nnyth .rla
the Flat Ford, on the Auciila Kitcr, in Jcfexsoo the party in person, or lea notice in writing power of excluding Sea the nation. Mexican. as it I islhebane of the American that the number of llritmh v -
County; Provided, that the saic at their notorious place of abode at and its coasts were shared between her and nut from what source did thin incalculable and rAaglisma I| | "IU file llinay btr lu sijiia I Jwruif that ,rin. amounted, oosaivtiage
company! shall at aH times ketrpa good and leant three day.previous t the time appointed Turkey who has become to Hu fall come ? Vt'hat mighty agency could amongKt them. That and fifty other unaccountable to no I led* one and a half daDv;"d
aumdeot\ Bat or other (craft of .uTicien( for working o the road. sia since the treaty of L', ubjc le'5i.- have at a moment commanded mime mass that I flavor, strike your plate most extent of loss which vii'nld hats U

site for the safe crossing' of all pcronsan Sec 5. DC it further enacte That thesricral Dy the treaty of Adrian.plc tIe olac Sea entered the sixty thousand mile of unpleasantly urtil by degrees you hnnl been anticipated, although we Jr.
f such Tehicleaantrait-1 the road to said frrr)', commissioners a :accustomed to their Moreau' tables that the
.trie or has been made a mere da 11, England: ; covered the whole north of strange cookery ; ald it .
See. a. And be It further enacted, Tha mijority of them, hall meet at place Russia means to adm.t or exclude European France, Holland, and Germany in a few may be remArke. that to many of their peculiar chant vessels employed at one tim i i.
the aid Company shall be and they are of holding court in their districts on the ship, according 5 I' her good pleasure. hours ? The million of ton mu.t have noon become very navigation of England and &otla ,

... hereby authorised to charge-= and reeeie first Saturday in April, on the first Salur The Journal de St. Petersburg-The been beyond all count And ).et the partial ;a*,lo their various methods of d reusing mounts to about twentr thousand, it *
such rates of toll at said ferry as fthall be day in etery third month ther'aCer. and, Hus. .ian official organ, contends that Turkey udden as it powerful.operation green and red pepper ; a preparation ofa one with another a mean buiihea "I
1 authorised and allowed by the county court i form a board of Cormiiunef anddetermine had a ncnt to transfer Circassia, and No symptom'al 8 of it given in.a.the hue, the species of dark bean, a standard dish at Ions. My friend Mr. J. L. PIe, ,

1 of Jefferson County. al maShers in relation to ,herd that Uusis in the blockade of the Circas 01 the tumult\of.the air. Peihaps no all '.blt! and the olla, a real Spanish dih inform me thai on inspecting u
See. 4. And be it further enacted That !, and determine on the cases of delinquencies sian coa.l, l* but exercising an undout. rli nature gives a of more than once alluded to in Gil Bias, a' List* for yesr IR20. 1830 and 1
1 I if the Aid Company, shall! derjn it expedient of the o\erheer or laud" and right ascii if Circasou was an |>eiidcnt :a ac more than moral hand.1 high The conception of work, by the way which acquiresniucti ad. find.thai no lew than 1933 vessel*wen**
they are hereby authorised (Instead in all cases in which fine beimposed rapidity dilional witnetkcdthe in three
uI or fhall neighbor, a right which England and no its the immensity of its the interest after having IhO lean auncetOnp'
j! of a Ferry) to construct across said ri\cr a by them the Haul. Commisaionor other. country has a right to tiolate. The tlbllr t'tt.l. rcMstleK ehenuMy hr prcut. the custom it describes wilh such force and o- about 150 tnn" or 31

I good and substantial caulewu' and bridg a majoril of them _hal hate full puertO Russian or31.. is thus willing dodge the .impalpable element turned into a mate risinall-.t..tr. Monthly .Thgaiue.F'reliiaga ton, being at enormous raleo' _
tI or bridges, for the purpose of'crotMtiy the issue execution for purpose of enforcing question of 10Yrt'ignly. and fall back upon rial of a totall)' different\al form and qualities ; tons annually, of the merchant vessrfe' .
11 aame. the collection thereof, returnable to that of the right of which no and that material fabricated in a of I Headlfff A fan.-The one nation only. Thi increased loss *
?U SAC 5. De it further enacted That the the next sitting of the board of CcnmiJ power can ar'l blokde IL.lrat right if to hhett million of mile,quantitykuOicivnl are con. New York Era: ha the follow lug: ,. I presume, (mom incre.J actmry* I
i;; Aid Company shall have power at .uch "iuner and ;place the qr. into the Vixen. w teny. in the act of a t tola- made to cletatc our mind beyond .Some of the mnaistcniimaent ;physiologistsof commerce. ,
,. 1 time and place" as the said Company shall of any constable the county for collection tan. hut is the.M seizure of the Vixen put templalions ihe world.Hulj Germany and France, are lerun.Cou*!) Out of 531 hips of the royalMTy.fcJ

;1 consider it. most advisable, to elect thn! and it M hereby made the duty of thecontahlc on that ground / D.I" not Hun'La claim with these arguing the very curious question a to to the country during the f rI
directors for the management of its bUsl- of the cteral Ju.tic.district of sovereignty of the Dlack Sea 7 Dues there in cUlhln..J which most painfully conception bung, whether a man levis aftei hits hrat is off mrniunr. only Inn were pri sr .

'4 ness, oneowhomshalt be president. this Territory, to obey' and proceed in the nut Huskia hold forth a righ to regulate the u* to the ole world again. On the 24th the battle And tin inquiry l i" consideied ly conductors } ) ..uen;y, the rest haviufJrumsded *" I
hI Sec G. De it further enacted, That this same, the rules which to be o.. more than
Ild..r Mine custom and the janitor I of the threats.siii phMologicalmterett t
l round ih or
J law shall De in force lor ,,,"cnI.nve ycia: : iMtiung Horn Jiustieta JfUr! coast ? lithe Vixen i IIIM'1.1.. iiaj.wIyau because laisols.| a burnt fuuudrre. h.'i.
II cuurl" ". on I nature was ( laud with its i ,fliu'i. by) .
41 (rom and after its passage. payins oter the amount rllere, by them any of these prinrplc I involves in the high etideuccof'o\r"l wa slaying, pal of humanity_ with_ regard ,danger nr'it..r our lulktlJ prt
. Approved 11th Feb. 1837. lle Cmml.ionrrl at net regular seizure the ) Unkiar power lan I ment ot death by the guillotine.It warfar I
,1J Adriano"t-of and being slain ; thousand*and ten of thousands great, may be far by .
sitting, Constables or any or Skelewi of the i i. considered on all *,ide* that the a.
sovcreicntv of the of the. same oil l kindred and body thehoal, the Ice shore, and all
tongue I lI
No. 49. AN ACT to authorise the County either of iheiji shall refuse or neglect to I right. of the world to each does not feel one instant. after decapitation; pemlsof ,
UI.c Hath were slaughtering other from >un cl t, thrdeep."Millionsof
Court of Leon County tudispaseofaecr- collect and puy ocr the same a* above required unig.tt' ; H- England-of 'ran..e-o to ftunririe. When Clnrstnia the (or the brain being the scat of sensation to silver dollars and olh"have !
Lain of the Public Square laidwou or make return of their morning, the whole t
portion actings on America-of and. frame through the medium of
for the Court House in the City of TalUbaaaee executions without. reasonable every thereorc. day of peace, ..ml., it was to wftche hirmi Ilelirla.ubmprr 515ihhiJ .
sid excuse becomes a attention of momentous the spamal marrow, of the body and '1
gravity. Spain a day of havoc every part "),
to enable add County to build to -= of by the ; Ihoul1ud" 'et beneath the Iht whr.they '
b Jude Cormiuioner. \.watch the progress of this t'o.lru, staining ihe snow with their blood exposed| joint at which the lattermay cut eloped ma matrix capable of Cl
Court House and Jail. !. to be ,
Iha b as versy with strict attention, h divided must deprived theist from **
baul through the storm to all the torture ol ofcelg. chemical changs, me
Sec 1. Be it enacted by the Govel nor fur or the Commissioners shall II
contempt fau- to lead But no .
a rupture wind by meant folothat. ma ion of will .Tcrtted
t btwen El.ud freezing ,
and Legialativ.Couucil of the Territory or have issue execution immediately and Uussia. .hchrlll'nake of hil'loriallulerrt. r* IIi
t England is of deprived tio immediately after decapitation -
jealous in
p'er their .n for
Florida That the Court of Leon I Constable and his securitiesfor gore, agonic*. endure
County .nre. Russia is ever making in the East, ) nor that. it may not. retain its con- nile a* have the delicate pri., IiI
County, be, and they are hereby authorised ( the amount for which he may be in default and uuciousmiesas and like IiC
already trembles for her Eastern pos A case is mentioned in a recent Pennsylvania the head of the Irish phy le* lapidified plants in sos* 1
and directed to dispose of at public auction. I they may consider most for the sessions. Again, the conduct of the Russian paper, which. iutu.k strikingly' Knighitwhowaskilled by Salad in the Holy ancient secondary In al est

". rte of lou on the tail and west side o( public ro. Emperoi in.whi.. cruelly to the nature and benevo War,get up and declare that it net er was cutoff lare ship, moreover rk.there are ** I

the Court House Square in the City oTallaluaaee Sec. 6 it further enacted,That whenever the Poles-Ihe many nol exile he hassent lence. A black preacher appeared the by *o sweet a acymetar before; nor like (ciou stones set in seal, and other l ,
at such times and under such said Commissioner* or of to h Abolition that of the assassin
any % profound Convention held .Harrisburg Legate '
Sibra im- lately at swear roundlyat of U and ornament, comp5 .
regulations u the aid Court may direct hem .hal omit, nelet. or refuse lo comply pression upon sensibilities of the En and stated to that amiable assemblage the executioner for not keeping a keeneraxe hardest! substance in .

tfe* ai4"", to be laid out under the ,direc- any of the duties required of them gush people, and in (tct of the whole cm,. of philanthropists, that he had, by unre- ; but it is quite possible that it may b letters and various naur I
J llooioftM aid County Court in auch man- by this act or the acts to which this is an.meudment world. It is use that the troubled with reflections ir. ar
liz Uuie wilting industry, purchased his own free very *eriouj. upon graving included in .U
Mr U OMj-b deemed best tot the Interest! be'or they upon complaint Stte are on the moat caI.&M anJ convenience of the City or the :
Coenty mae person pranbiDln the Russian b hb children except one, which the owner of it* depl iulion. form.
laaricff a street not leas Utah sixty feet wide county, to the Judge or c.idr our b.t.Eprouaa1 valued at eleven hundred but "hot In support of thi unpleasant theorymany 44 It was therefore a splendidthe bot4 I'
oa-ack"'of the Court House, running county courts, or by of the ( bhin4 rput In' dola. t
presentment c..ot uttet or b order to enable the ( keep the (acts are adduced', w lib grave voucher ) deed of the English
north and south from the two hundred foot (rand Jury, or where shall within ril..f
I unhappvjpojaiid. I family together had offered to let him have for their authenticity. Among others, court made Henry'* t
trect to Call atreet. the knowledge of said Judge the said then these two great pig'land the child for five hundred dollars. The is the most unfortunate Mary Queen of thrn
See. 1' And be it further enacted, That rour have power ten daysloticepf Russia, gob war, pwer.tmk. on with poor black man went into the Scot, whO lip continued to move in '-A* nch wkh fnlto I

tht/Bftdtarisiajt from the sale of lot shall said cmfIaat bin'liwn to aid the liveliest anxiety-for it cat not b disguised made a strong appeal to its one connltiuuand prayer for at least a quarter of an hour after AeistuossaaJisiuomuiheJ i "?' ,
t*applied to the erection of the lAid Court 2oromiasioner defaultto tbat'such war would nu be contest and fifty members for some huudr' the executioner had prforme his 'duties. With sunken wrrcks and Muak**trm/" C

Hotiae and /ail!, and to no other purposehats.r. ;norc the collection of said fine at the about the sovereignty of tie Black Sea procuring the liberation of his D..nee child.. A Windt .tte that having, put hi* For it it i is that a I

I coat of the defaulter, and at the coal of the 'alone, but a contest involving iwwt important contribution wu accordingly taken up and' mouth t ear of a decrepataled {riminal' her of monuments probable of the skill aId : ,
Pa.ae4 Feb. 12th 1837-Rejected by the i Informer, should appear to the court that principle of civil liberty. In fact the sum of-oie dl4 ami fifty cents-. head and called him by name, the of in ( sgeE- a

COYernor Feb. 12, 1337-Reconsidered theme I Ltic information is fr"olou. malicious, orroundle. I would b.struggle in the old world between ..just a penny a pie each of the philanthropists eye ,urnP to the aide from whence the lected Ian( wil th en otb.0ch1.d a

'* day, and passed by the requisite majoraly. I ... { On one side, Englandand -waa promptly This ; and this is attested by Fontenelle be seen at time on the gut I
rntribute ,
| Sec 7. q i further enacted, That it France prnpt. array, and dt.p. we dare say will b dcnit thple erraLTTi Mogoie, Guillotine, Nauche, and wi ronlinent." J


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TAt Pretwrf.-This is ,still the subjectof the! 1st of May. She will accommodate: :3ti0 lug warmer sad warmer as the subject pre GRAND LOTTURV.CLASS ALL persons baring claim aiisja* at

aeeu. ff1r engrossing ihlercat e\cry where. In pas'f'ngrn.-Ib.: scold iladf.ki more glowing colon before No. 1 for 1831.W'LL ) TEAM 5AW.MILLCOMPANY

New-York, an arrangement w aa made on him-" should then, sire come to the plain wi present there wlftoct delay
'"' \. APRIL 15, 113J7. LONDON Feb. 14. and simple question, Will you have me ?' be dawn in the City of Pensa- R. .
51".OA __ the 30th tilt with the l' & Dank and the I on'the 20th day of April. Fri t MITHEL 8ir.
Money Market.-The indications of distrust I think am justified axsummg that op- prill ,
N obiw trod New-0rle.n paper.Hate flanks of New-York, for sending two millions among commercial men, which wore oo tots she would turn away her helM" tree lo the amount of SEVENTY THOUS- 18-NOTICE.IN .

1 1" much of the prrrnt of so- of dollars in specie to England, to tin decided a character in the past week do 44 Yew tbfeik that may be taken for granted AND DOLLARS, to be distributed: Capi- of an order of
a tal Prizes 810,000, ,W 2,0110<< For Prize pursuance th Jo
r .U Mr.
ts In the former city'* meet the demands! there, upon the merchantsof not as yet disappear; but, as new cause for Magnus: because, if she the OtEce Col- b e, County court
kt both 1'11" has did not da that at the it wouldbe &, apply at Lottery near th
tranipired' ritht place, Eke
I tI1 unusual number this and also have three people i are beginning to County, Monday
burly been an country, to M tins' Hotel where were sold in Class No. 1, pl o
I think she
t hope that the alarm which is erobtfrassing. would M.before
W by no 8/A o'clock
meansn day of May ,
f1II' ( personal ,iolf'n<'f'. bi *!ah- million in bond. and post notes, depositedto has Mid .Mr.">Piekwiek.u this, sir I Prize of 81,200, also at Marianna Quarter ,
n uncommon case, been much exaagcraied. the Court house door,in o/Puaaaf-
1- New Orleans **- the credit of the business of the 1T- should her hand and I think-I Prize of 82.000. tb Cit
:'deg< Qf LcL6SJO $5 Quarter
.* At i&k and l&h in ilL a serie. of at- nitre State, in Paris, Amsterdam, &e. A desirable to ascertain; aj money is never think )(r. Magnna-that after I had done $,t sa ; ; So. 117, bin 8 feet 5 inches front o ( r

.- remade toffrKJrnil set fire to houe; momentary feeling of confidence grew out no scarce as when it is made M by doubtsof should that supposing there were no refusal, I JONAS PLATT & CO. Gonnlmenlltr.[ by 167 feet in depth o s 1
commercial" credit but the hints JaltI1.n..J the handkerchief both streets together
Baylen cornering
on ,
that a or d1"-! u f this ana cement but it was April 1837-4) Manaftrt. .tm
) Fang merely mo, by journals understood hr the city to which my alight knowledge of human nature with the building thereon, belonging -

..,'bKedE isnre infest the city. mentary. The engagements of the mer. speak the sentiments of the Bank directors, leads me to suppose the lady would be Stationery, &r to the 1.1 of MIGUEL QUIGGLES. -

I fill beware in Pensaeola. A chants of the United Slate, which must be lead to the conclusion that they at least arc applying to her eyes at the moment, and subscriber.hate leceived a leneral deceased.

.b0vId will become the. met either far from consider>ngihe worst part of the steal a respectful kis*. I think I should assortment of STATIONERY, eoo MARIA AdwCx.
'. immediately by payment or
:; Ihlpt.f'f' crisis. as yet pa t. They intimate plainly kiss her, Mr. Magnus" *nd at this partku- priming the following articles, viz: Blue QrIGLE

nf P** numbers from both the starsrI ample security" arc now ascertained to amount that the rate of discount" must be further, tar point. I am decidedly of opinion thatif laid cap Paper plain and ruled' whit wove AprilS 18I

.ard, snd among the comer will to !'omrthillclike fifty millionn. If advanced, with whatever odium it may be the lady were going to take me at all, she do. do. do. ; blue laid Letter do. do. do. ; Nr'Contwoxcss' Ornct, I .

****. pre-enee will tar (rum these nutitutioim, therefore, can do no attended because it has already advanced" would murmur out a bashful acceptance." Gilt edge do. do.; Fancy coloured do.do. ; IB/A, Starch, 1837. SLI'E
*ff Mr. Magnus started, Drafgists
to 5)) cent in the market and the ;
L heard of muC"hpaabha to a.Tord relief than hate done per open po
already more they '
:; VT. have principle ilia the Bank always has been to wick's intelligent for a short time in do.; Large and man Wrapping do. ; Bonnet will h received at Ll.o

herc. and of the crime heir aid in useless! and accordingly the keep nomeuhat above the charge made in silence, and then f the dial pointing to the Boards; superior Opaque Quill; do. uutillbl o'elk. p. m. of the

IftIf' ....1O.hkh this alway.lead*. I, confidence which these arrangements in. all other places. The necessity for more ten minute*past) hook him warmly by the Steel Pen; Black and Red Ink ; Indelible July n s supply of Live Oak

s wpppcd' and it bad better *l'f" spited, has been succeeded in New-York, vigorous measure, which is also strongly hand, rushed desperately forward.trie .- ork- do. ; Sealing Wax and Wafers ; Pen and Timber a* follow :
e are sobs urged, for keeping the furiegn exchanges Paper*. Pocket Knives ; Ivory Folders ; Wood ..ndJ.p'd No. I I For the frame timber, beam and
II the up
The attention f our y same distrust and apprehension that
.,. Mibebud. in order to produce a return of bullion Sand Boxe; Black SandIndia Rubber keelson piece*, and for the promiscuous

M ..,.ld be directed! to it.iffklll existed before. Failures for large amounts to the Bank, proves still more decidedlythe I A law is proposed in Belgium, which if ; Ink Stand., assorted ; Wafer Stamp.. timber which may be dirt fur one ship

are daily occurring there, and yet, it is beiftcd objects on which Ihe attention of the enacted and carried into rigid execution, do. ; Best Lead Pencils ; Silver Pencil Case of the line, one frigate of war,

", i.rrt, ,!f Kn"hia o'y- by the onus; intcligent) that the evil directors i* fixed, and a general prognostic will render duelling losing business in that *, Leads for do.; Round and flat Rulers ; (one of each class) an one smaller yel l

pity; that you hate no back counf > now is that some step in furtherance" of kingdom. The penalty in case of death, is Camel' Hair Pencils ; Visiting and Play to be delivered at 'dr J n.ta
rirlamation made by has but just begun, and that a scene of dir them will he taken in the of the to be ten yea,. imprisonment, and ten ing Card ; Sup. and common. Water Co Purtrmnrth, \: II.

.f 10 eterynp tress i ill at hand for which the history of l>_ni-..,. Through thm course*,>tiiif n_U, .thousand dollar. fine on the part of the soy I J.re. f in* a:....... ", a.._ Platifc A..'. >*- v. Fur the frame timber, ba and
011 "' this place ; and errs ,'... wM.M. ittiuiiiipne no parallel. which i i.. further well dererting of public viTOT, and I..enIY1ear. privation of civiland Books assorted ; do. Letter and Rur keelson pkii-, and A> 'prmlou timber

r Q bn no -back country1 caXfmOrlean In Ncw-Orlcan, the pressure is also attention, it has been allowed! lo transpire military rights do.; Bank aud Pass do.; Copy Ok which may b directed for one ship of

w tJof prodU'ln the fllaplf'l': which hate etcre. Some of the houses there cry that the interference of the Bank of Kng-: Plate ; Bills of Lading, assorted ; Exchange the line, one frigate, and one .tmr; to

I .. and Mobile; ha largest land, in supporting the Northern and Central Fun rue GAICTTC. ; Cargo and Slave Manifest; Blank be delivered at the Nary Van at Carlt.

tti neutralize the great ad. base failed, and there u* in Mobile, the Bank;, IK the cause of that violation of TilE W1FF.S COMPLAINT Check Books ; Almanr assorted ; School torn, Maitackutetti. .

ltf1rd to business men are endeavoring to Uctinccxedicnt their own principle in regard to the late increase Thou told'.11M that and Mem. ; Guitar Music For the frame limbr, beam and keelson '
which we MIJO", in haying<< one ofAarouri nj eyes were bright with of Miscellaneousand .
Together and for timber
.-ra > <. for relief. All look to the Banks, of the issues, as demonrated in the And l .patkling *. tkedismond'a a variety pirr., promiscuous
and one of the healthiest ny Books all of which will sold which for of
one ship
last return which bal caused 8&01 b may
.WtI drowning men will. catch at atraw*.- so much Braining with more than earthly lihl- b dirle th
inthe world. From this want surprise in the city, and that some doubt life' thy d. for or approved paper. lute one sloop large ela
Thy joy' pirit' v
ra'+ The cry to the Ilankn is gif(", give"; an if T. B. & CO. small vessel, and one steamer -
i" felt whether the Bank ERHISS
T how c'er. we are aboutdetrd. in no interfering Now, su'ktrnly l thou tWm'st- their &
I JI IIItL kcountr here were no limit to the power of the I did what was safe or prudent. It is all hut Of frrsut. brilliancy ripirrJ, ray T. B. J. & Co. .'i supplied with all ed at the Nary Vunarr, / The Rail Road now nt pro- the immediately after No. 4. for the frame timber beam and '
rte, lank,. The confluence will probably be admitted, in the article referred to, that And nrtrr condrwrnJ'rt to praixThr publirlionl ,

,.green' thic place and Montgomery, that in a short tune, we shall hear that: the; the directors have brought themselves! | into charm which once thy bottom 'firrd; their at Mole. Any Book or Stationery keelson piee and the promiscuous Om t
not on mill be procured at her be for I
I&nundmtood. be completed in timeWllldo..n a situation of such difficulty" that it isscarcely may dilt o
v of Col.t tanks hate slopped payment of specie, and poible for them to do right. To Thou luU'.4 mr that oiy chrrk wrrr fur -hnrtIOliC. of the line, one n steamer to,
the next
years crop the want the panacea will thus turn out to be the the feelers thus put out from headquarters And! bloiMiung &II the aprin ly four, April 18Sotlee 0 b d I'rr at the Nnr J.an Brl, i

t. Jilt.by should we deplore deadliest poison. Banks, like individuals, great attention. is paid by the leader of the That smiles and tluabr oungUd& ) ihrrr, t Labourer" SlaveHolder Ntt .

I rfiterlroumry-hen w e have at our verytbericbestrnd flourish most! in times of general prospers. monied interest, who understand their value. Lik* light ar,>l cloud at oenikg'*clow *. No. 5, For the frame timb beam and
mo-i abundant rcsour0af 1S'e only desire, in making this explanation Hut noW thou say'.t'twu fancy' freak, HUNDRED while Labourers are keelson piet for promiaxuou.lim

wealth and commerce Whj regretgjotf&xinaof t y. They subsist upon confidence, and to put capitalist and men of bumcs A -iUnr.- when thy (hrart was fluchcO TWO upon my contract,on the Ala her .hih may b dir for one ship of

thus, once weakened, they cease to be in other places an nearly. a.* (possibleon And slight; .t this nrr anerlic rhrk, bama, Florida ft Georgia Road, com the line, one sloop Urge .and
Alabama, is not brought workers of good, and become ministers of the same footing with them in the A* the it nrrr smiled} not bluchrd. mencing fifteen miles ( Hi Peol.eol.on one steamer ; to be delivered at the Navy

Vrrforikiprnrnt( while nature has pprcadil knowledge of what is actually going on in the route to the Conecuh to Yard, llrooklyn, fiew York. t
he ,
most frightful i1s. Twenty
e' No. 6. For the frame beam and
Onrr thou li l t rich hut
< praise lil
the n.y | ,
trsoad us, llie rich material of comifl city.American Dollan a month ,,'i be paid, they to rh k timbr
An thrir keelson piece*, for
Extract of Letter received this wwn I.ft't. witching power the weather and Contractor the board an th prl.o
the a by ,
.., wtttrtt only require fostering
a. .) AnUiltcrr: thy f'r.tJ ,I.rwftf'W, timber, which may Co two
b dire
? mail boat dated lM bad of cntrrprue : Like |Iris around the fragrant fluwrr l of w.r. small cia
MALLETTS' LANDING a German, wholited I some years in thin bone deem tear. may bring with him thirty good and efficient .hlOp fie Nary a
out of the reciprocal : ) Hut vow li.-| once no delifer
Coaohrrce grow shall dollar c
country, and published. a work on Geometry reivf' thirty
Lburer" ,
14th 1837. \ i So
t and thr April rich M> twrrrt, ao unaurlrasesl'Pallid |
ttfU of communitM-. occasion hanjuvt gone to England, where he per Forman. I also want FOUR
.] android) to thee II'I'.r The quantity and dimensions of thepromiwuouj -
| |
of natural riches fur the crcafeci Yesterday one of our neighbors captn- has (published a big t book, entitled Tht" HUNDRED BLACK LABOURERS forthe
orbwff Like withrrrd the blast limber for each vaMel of each
red four Indians one .rnor, one woman: row by of time, ( liberal I ,
Americans. Th follow of tame length a
I of tn and the {productions of one ref and tug i* M portion \hirl class, i, 34 follow:
4ssiechtldren, and I 'have no doubt there
)usob,.crtalion4on the American: Thou toId't mr that my heart and hliu.1! price will be paid. The Ifalion throughout For each shipo tAr line 6000 feet
fur those amntter. Tim thcreferei are a nuuil cr of Indian in tint. neighbor desirable for health and eb
J Thr form of American ladies!'! are generally : In losrlinrsJ all ricrl'S nettry way which must t be sided 15 from

, inert .c oud. dioimguishcd by great symmetry and ', brilliant 11.aled that M kind! the water a.purr a* any in the country.R. I 11 I to 2() feet in incbt.n b
ex-ehate longest
Mtttfa, From a paragraph| in your paper of the fineness of proportion ; but their frame andconstitutions Rich pearl within a.putlrw. .b.-II't| LURING, Contractor. pieces to ride 1clth.i.

important. and equally calculated Nth, tint it appears that one of our neigh- seem to l lee less vigorous than Hut now, thor jrwrU. ao chains April I 15, 1837-0 For each frigate 2l 3000cubic which
egsa'JI '
hors the hostile Indian
w slung to
employ tho e" of the ladies of almost any country And aparkhnc ran no longer' ,.I..IW'- T. il. J errio n & Co.HAVE must sided 15 inches, and be 12
u., Tbe furestii of pine tree on tu culm ale his croi'*. The fact i. that the t r &
I m Europe Their complexion which, to The rup'a aa tmht-i- not thr wine received and offer for ale at the 20 (et long six of the longest piece
febordrra t.f our atrcamsti are an incx- l'ject" of my neighUir wastudecoy" the Indiana the south, inclining toward the Spanish, Thou.yr.t. now, it i. but |lees. est market price! the following the side 11) inches. I

Issabk.urcen.ealth. and the clay fur to a place where they might be easily are, to the north, remarkably fair and ilidc. viz: Ilorn Tucking Sitter For each,IOp of aar, cubic feet,

kirk muting and f.r other uses, offer it. l taken. 1 w rite in great haste as the boats blooming ; and, while young, by far the Thou lultl'at mr that wv radiant form Neck do. Pocket and Com" Ur which must be .ide 12 inche 1.and be from .
raiMiig steam.I greater (portion! of them are decidedlyhandsome. "I" Aloof thy f.lh of life did. gleam ting and horse do. fine hory do. ; Tooth, 12 tn 18 feet piece.
df ctrrj Ktrf. uf," (i the margin of the arts decidedly" of opinion that troopsupht Graceful, vntl and
A marked expression" of ante ".anD- (Hair, Sharing, Flesh, Crumb, Furniture to ide 10 niche
i "1. The auieria!* ( r hip Ituilding are to tic sent to this Keclion.Ve" hate ligcmc. and a certain indescribable air of The angel- of thy bnghr drraiu Cloth and Shoe Brushes; Heming & Son,' For each steamer, 1,500 cubic feet,which

no.tiete tebe h1M w :greater abundance IICI dread of the Indian murdering :any one, languor (probably the result! of the climate And in thy truth I dud ronftdr, StdJ"William's do.; German Pins flu must W *Ide 15 inches, and be from 12 to
but their object u concealment, uud of I lend to their countenance a peculiar: charm t'ntllllUlnf'1h'Wint word wrrr *|ukrn,
er tenor nritf.r. aat there i. "ate'r ; Emery Bag Gold Dds "IolnSlnugt ''feet ; of the longest piece to
pow ('our-ethcy will L.IUullll.c cattle they can.rIJficmL in which it would be dlm"h l au End a par1UII A rut blushing I brcantr thy badeTiara Thimble. Sun Glass, PIII tide 16 me he*.
tr crwcpA .,".m !t.C' limit of Ercamfactorio An American lady in then, ilM k..u...( .. .ll ... broken Ilboitt !
in unl;"' and Etes. and Han For nth mall vowel, fill .w IWl,
iaCuuntl.. 10 ",.,.1.. to MippU -IiiroriliMtiun K.. IM M ro.icd her teen, i iy. jH'rhap the mot slphlikrereatun J I Powder' ; Florida, T..Ht, Honey)' and whieh must be sided 8 in'hr from

utr: Lesore: aith cotton ga'4y. Tlie eau n'ial l :irut:.: of the United States at Hcrmudo wrought, her motions are light ..ndInarc.rlli. ll'OL.'l: Canlele and Soda do. Fancy side I inche
tkusr! .ue fIIC ls'55, n i abroad!. or t'I..f it i. PORT OF rE.' I nI2p. ; ; 124|
that the port of St. Gtrprbr, in the and her cdrnageatonceeasy and \ ; Bears Oil, Maccasar: Oil. A part of Ihe promiscuous timber may
-- --- b
: dtllt III relies-nc shy the tnttrprirt* Ilea'rniutia" ha lut-ii declared a free wareiioii dllllIli,1., I Asausgu Preston alts, Antique Oil, Pomatum. Co. gm to larger dimtntlions provided the

. rap of du' I..rl" hlMMild fhaiiararl *| "iny (p.t.-( 'tiarl.Ib".IUUI.t.Thr hut then bcautie! it I* peinful to say,I Soh"r| Jew Stern, MuUIr-100 Ton Twine fcuor Strap Metal and \Vond ce* "i answer replacing defective

,. duo which are doomed loan early dccat. Al the j crust -: has Boxe, (:gun Flints Shoe Horns. haw trancom, breast hook
'rst ih \ m I'fU"uit! of the Coun Martal I I."" tu J ItuswrthIlrrurn : asig piece( or
pn'i.vhngs recently of i went-four, a certain want of Lucifer and Loco Foco Matches, Seidlitz other valuable .
arrt Jk-W but a han profit ut IN*.*!, andvkkkrrr. I It head ic'lI. Srott. pieces.Separate
on are at IUI-I
: piti-n nts" in tier ,'ropurllnnt' i" alreadt p I Ship 1'.iilalua. Sjiragm Nrw 0.11'1&11.-160 and Soda ('."df'r Batenuir utters niu t b Wrack of
ftijjtli the \Vniinjtoii! ilor-- with the Uppeko. mae
could fail enrich thnrM m
not to the of
hle ; and, once passed age: thirty Sack Salt by the boaster Drop British Oil, Spanish Ihe preceding w rw/>rr*, e'h ufferaiust
,.ir... I In the matter of cotton fats- confirmation Court t by the President of its!!. deci- whole fabric K.X> M-enungly I into dccat.A '.1.1I I t Schr.'m. A Turner, J..IUI""I'r": OrliatM Segar, Chewing Tobacco, Shot and embrace all the timber that is called for by
, on, The ( t'l"III(1IG"II.( .UlrClnar"IIr. the principal cause of thi sudden de Li-ad. Tin and Crockervare Allum. the number to which it refers the
wu rur jn-tanee : *utpo| | ,-e this' '1. ilttworMdeoavumr .. I >Ballast 'by the matirrScltr ; pr I ,
in his Florida Campaign and find I rill..... Mime allege the climate ; but I acribe <. i Charl. <4tr Mack Nrw Orlran*-3/,. Salt Petrc. Rotten Stone. Briinalone. Gum asLe per cubic foot must be stated tfparatfly
lust 11I..1uantits'| wmch one that Cell. ( tame' wa dcfmtcd in buss it willingly to the a"",idu- fur tuck and clan of vessels
M i more great 000 fret lAiuibrr be I Porsyth A. Sitnj; '" Arabic, Glue Cuppera, lop. Barley.Spice every
't 5 or) it Hiark, Water michl mppltfarpUatrr ; ',- rhnnr by faunae, and mijiht not hate re- it)with which American ladies discharge Srhr FhtiiU-th.. F,>r.\th, New Url.- *. German 1'.P1 &c. embraced in the offer, and far the pi

iiow wa ti)4 leas cotton user icted hun-M-lf by a wirlic. It exonerate* their duties a* mother No sooner arethey 3n.n WO Crrt Lumber by Jo;"rJi| ..orwylh April 15 I 1837 clouts timber of each class .
([.""C. 'i-'iine. and Je and ('apt. Hitch -- -- --
up lead life
t"sexy tlt'tl" whrre the Carton' .h cock." from censure on account of their -- ----
; of set'lusiou and. once mother moulilfl timber.
W'',lAd brings it twcnty-fitemtle; forth.e The Court censures! General comparative i Florida HOUMC. No. 21 and 25, in the New .
puhhc-allllllto. they are actually buried lo the world. 2 LOT At least one-founh of the whole quantity
.lmubL Here it is .ubjcrted to (<
I lIik UPf1Ult. of wharfage and storage Scott.-//*. to society, they appear indeed, once more, !. the residents and visitors and I situated Biddle streets.near the They arcjvery'pleasaut-and afford afine pri ing a fair proportion of the most wag +
a ly ,
(but they are of Pensacola that his new HOTEL Hpnne. able be delivered
ai i and due all respectable matron ; only piece, must on or
fsBuiMiinn, in time iXfaJ > stew of the Bay. Fur further information bf
Dv the arrital of several schooners from the silent witnesses of the triumphs of their and RATING: HOUSE the last of 1839 ; one-half
io JI4,.,...., b.irtl...ed with firt tjlfawniice have the apply Marh
Texas f"terday. we mot naturng ..
sM ..
d.As4hi.r., Aft A..a 1a6o&b. *rllbe'6pehed| on Monday, the 17Ik toJAMES remainder hrore tHe la.t of March,
and new eommiion. there intelligence. of the condition of that nurse, tutor, friend, and counsellor of her for the reception of Botrder, either Transient 1840, and the wbl quantity on o before

P'In.\ora it i* sent inland, to the man- country. All is peace and quiet for thepresent. children. Nearly the whole business of educaliou or Begukir. Having had some experience April 15, 1837-0 the lat of Mlrb, ; and i if the above

by, whrre it t.. rontertfd into cloth No apprehensions of an ins aston devolves upon her; and the task is, in the business and having procured Annual's. for 1837. proprtion.shall not b delivered a the re
or nat al (blockade 1 are entertained and the in many instance beyond her physical a- good servants and a person well calculated B. JERRISON & CO huron hand .., above Com-

II.at back to the merchant in Bo ton spies who have just returned from the Rio bili,,'. Thu.*, it is customary with many to conduct such an establishment the subscriber T.a variety of Annuals forth present miioner. of the .pif lo themselves -

'hbaaa I),-, the same article returns to ,I Iravo[ state that no signs of an approach- ladies* in New England not only to hear flatters himself that he will, be able year, among, which are, the Oriental Annual ihe right of cancelling any Ctni

karesla fur a market, hurthencd tilth nr army were to be seen in that quarter. their children recite the leiwons assigned to to<< che general satisfaction.BENJAMIN" the Marnola Lady's Album, Humorist's in the execution of which such faiur may

Mime The recruiting service*been suspended them at school : but actually to expound{ to WILKINS. Perl Jewel, Violet, Lily, occur, and of entering into new et
acne of eipense( freight, com- under the supposition that there will not 'them and assist them in the solution of arithmetical April 15, 1837-0 Christmas Box, & of which ,,'i be holding the original contractor

...... insurance, ic. which. attended soon be need of any more troops than are and .ilgthraic.: problem Therearc sold at reduced prc sureties liable for any excess of coat, and

kmadiag on of the raw material.: : now enlisted. married ladies who apply themselves April U L 1 other damages, which may be thus irn.The

gratified to be able to .a)', thatdtherr.ouree Internally Texas is jn a flourishing condition seriously to the study of mathematics and Notice to Road Contreton.OrncE said live oak timber must

to "birhe hate her planters are all busily engaged the classics, for no other purpose than forwarding within l..enIYY mile of the seaboard, 1
with their crop, which are aid to be cry the education of their children ; or To'. ENCiwrtaX \ (which roust b proven to the Mr
w and which nature hiss ,o bounty promising while in the town, the inhnhc and I have known young<< men who hate Pensacola, 31st March, 1837. $ ion of the respective ani.

MIU. pliedtu this part of Florida areMehtaning tints are acutely employed in pr parUiCbuu.el entered cortege with no other instruction, PROPOSALS will he received at thi furcontinuing jc got out byte moulds and directions

to be developed. On one for torn, offices, &r.<< The emigration in atuyof the prepatatory department, than Sale of Hoaftehold and Kitch the 20th of April of the next Road and Ipifration. of diw

'featinche Water M to the country is already very considerable what they received from their mothers en Furniture, construction &c. which b CurDilhe to CDtr.
of Black a saw Marianna to the '
( Appalachicola by ,
Ii! ( and increasing every day. But this continued application to the AT Pl'BLIC AI'CfION ron of Con- ors for their ,o'erument a must b fr
of two kinclf Alabama line as by Act
riaaing a saw, approted
gang What contract now presented tietween the care from all .
a M ardous duties, increasing may
most ti THURSDAY the 27th of April, intent injuri deeL
....1.., planing machine and. circular: he two contending countries. Mexico and welfare of their children and thet'ollllt"qucnt O will tie sold, at Auction to the grew 11.of For 30th the June clearing 1834 of, the viz: roadway loa impair good quailY ai timberFor

vbilc carrie in proittrnie, bankrupt and threatened with unreasonable confinement to ( the or it required
the Mroe stream hi ...ttmill t wo.ingle MW*, a grist mill, all the horror of another revolution is in. the house and the nunnery undermineiwuMiiiHKHt J. I). Graham, in Pn ticola, all his Household width of Ihirty feet the h-[ be in all respect, aatufac-
rateable of Helf-govemnirnt .n4 lk. ....1 .. .1r.sdy br nature .tiftl and Kitchen Furniture -.........*, -t Alabama State line, on route .M'Neill. turn a.the.Commandant of the respectiveuo.j
thing machine, and other works, sit iss power lo ,ssC.erse order even In tier very cienily delicate ; and it "III im**, ny me : MAIKKiANY L i, Sideboard, w..- 'U.ISrUHr'tnn.rM.nr. 1'O. ru -.c.; .i.U ''C'C.nunJ'
M-.eration. About three hundred arch KioU. robbt-ne and aMaMinatioim that American opoFr.p tnJner. with two good responsible
) capital. sacrifice of health and beauty, fa, 1"lfe.UA.rdl Bedsteads and 2d. For the straightening an
......neorb.. itl. mill with which a are the order of the day and inditidunls no ladies pay their offsprings the neRd Bedding, real Hair Mattresses, Mo. do. of Mid route from Mai.nl.t the point al .wrtli.with the offers\\ho) in name the amount of forwe
I on err feel any safety under the protection of maternal aff< tribute MatunJ.Chin. theroid known
'k null i* connected. Tin i* a mostamoff Looking Glares, Carpets, which it leave a* the estimated value of the
of the In Texas: \ on the contrary the tender care of a lmbr b la
gfJ\ernment. being can ever requite ., Glass and many other articles in Bay road, viz: about 20 miles
( .pnng& of Yankee" ingenuity. l( every thing i U secure and pronperius.The mother ; but it appears to me that the Americans good order. 3d. For the ditching causewaying and nished under the f tiY ctnti;

..ats Inure like a thing of life and reason! eiiizen pursue hw daily avocatiou hare, in this reaped, obligations Auw -A handsome 1 lhon BAROUCHE bridging on the whole d"tanC from Appalachicola lie l required ; and, as & arty
for the faithful ,
with the full conciouneM" that no dangerthreatens than those of ihe inhabitant compliance wib &
.rl otbf-r coml ination of 'UJIJ and immeasurably greater and HARNESS.A to the Alabama Slate line.Proposals and ( aaid
of wood him and confidence, cheerfulness of any other couutry. AtxO, offered for each of the stipulations, rnditna
islet do. A block may
made to b ten reserved
r r and industry every where rerails. choice selection of WINES, six: 4 above item separately, and offer rOllracu pr cntum b
,. it and the machine proceed of all kinds advancing pnn. of payment
'IIa The talue of claim are wood
u .lIkoC Madeira m hand "
feel '.
suing to / ronoe.- I should very half quarter ( ing state the
to. ** *.|rte ahingles, a* if ..o other las considerably and much eagerness advice (Lobo brand) in H flea" and the which may be mae from tim is lime,
much obliged to you for any sir, Pale'! aid Brown Sherry, they to employ periods within thirty bill ahal| be,
P..e tist is*.!* be made of a block of seems to prevail in the country for the purchase said Mr. Magnus, taking another look at bottles and put up in boxwof I dozen and within which the work will be finisbe. approved and presented to the Nary day

! mend; and sock it agles too, wo even, sea of titles to lands. to This the impetus additional i* the clock, the hand of which was 'verging 1)) down each. Also, choice Claret inbottler For further particulars, the until the Mid rontn completed I
owing in nome measure sir" Mid
, .IqIaJar, ao link b U they had been made confidence in the success of their cause, to Mr.the Pickwick five minutes, with past.Well the profound, solemnity The article may be viewed at the premise undersigned .at Pensacola.J. D. GRAHAM, rio; wbib rnati respectively, ,

t Tjaai cluoi) trtintcnl the human Inch the acknowled cement- of our government with whicfcrthat great man could, when between the hour of 10 and o'clock Major U. S. Top'/ Enfitutrf.HJ" wi Coreted in &U&bold f

J. III I A specimen( of them is to be stets ha inspired. he pleaded, render his i remarks *> deeply I the day previous to rtf .*>*. To be published until the 20th April Unit Sial within eYD'the reapectfre.t
b Among the pANen'f'nho came no ID a I shonld commence sir with II. MICHELET, Awl Ufltn'. 1 Gazelle St. delirr p
iwrf of tic new Hotel, lately erec. impressive ; :in the Pensacola Joseph Tim rinds prescribed. ,
y Felix I our
W boy C4. C'dase. one of the icbooner i. Gen. Collin .. a tribute lo the lady' brazes: and excellent April 1R37-*___ and Applahioa G.utle.Lt The will be fu/ai&eiiie-t&e
Justice ml.
ton of the Army, and them air I should diverge
qualities of
h ; Reward. tractor Nary Yafdv&rook-;
"Wilioo to I-! mill, about tnentyoiilU w orth, of the Supreme Court of the Republic. unwortbineu.. Very good," g3O PbUeton. o tb .
tom own from the .uhacri- NiCbt8na l lyn Goport, or ::
bate Ranaway FE Pildptl.
lbin'l1 been erected .-.V. O. !IuUCIiu. Unworthlnes for her LI LNDN
.. raid Mr. Magnus. her about three weeks' Etfaa The lu.mour To be published ,-4iiUU the

eoual)' miUm the last two or three only, mind, sir," resumed Mr. Pickwick ; two negro men NAflE and Hook<< ; T looryMoo 15th of June next, (In the CM*, x

lust, Twu m sa55. mill on the west \V? are gratified to leant that (:en. T. J. .. for, to how lhat I was not wholly. un-ofmy ( JL SMART. The former, Hoiii it by the Counter of leington.; Intelligencer, ElerD Argo*, .

Uic( wcula lkaY nearly tom' Green, tau lately purchased m New J'ork, worth, sir, I should take a brief I Jiew should black fellow, well known to. Trait and Trnl of Early Life, by L E hire Gazette, Morning Port a
are now condition
Oleo the steam packet Columbia, one of the regtilar past life and prevent else Pen ur6a] The Utter a short mulatto fellow L.; TbeToggs Raat by Box ; Commercial Gazette, New York ,
let thorn commences truing obi line between that city and Charleston. argue, by analogy, that w any beady laDe in his left leg, having had his. Youthful Imposter, Y. Reynolds; New York Evening Pat, Trenton Emporium -

i lad the other will be in operation in The object of Gen. Green is to put her In I must be a cry e.irableohject I should lorand thig.h brtken. The above reward will be Nick of the Woods, by the author of Cal-) Pennsylvanian, Alric Sentinel l

4et. tti4. the trade between New Orleans and Texan." i then expatiate on the' warmth of my 1 given if mid slaves be taken more than n aver, &e. Gleaning in Erop by the author Richmond Enquirer, Herald, Raleigh i

She will leave New York on the 8th instant the depth of my demotion. Perhaps
:'l1erida Waidaman, cflheAth inai. and may be expected here by the last of might then be tempted to seize her band." lhal I Pensacota! together with all reasonble for sale by Penacola Gazette, Louisiana A stand .

fg+ which had reached Tally. this month in time to convey passengers "Yea, I Id,n MM t Mr. Maguua" I charge GEO. WILLIS. 1 T. D. JERRISON & CO. Mobile Register.

Lithe Om. attend! the next sessionof would I be a tery great poinl. 1 should 1837-6 ApiUl, lit
IUru'nder olOtmla, to from this place to Mr. Pickwick, grow- I April 15, 1837-C April 15, -
the Texian ( ongxew" which meets on then, Mr. continued l




c Hodge "-m. Jr. Hunter P. B. 1 Election Notice. lanhnrll Sale. SIX mouths after date I will apply fu[ J. U. UULL t CO.

t, pB/t-sdCOLd;: 6..ZBTTB.tt' Hames John Harreck Capt. Daniel.' U hereby given, that an Elec Y virtue of :an order (rum the Honorable settlement of the estate of GEO. MERCILLXT 1A1LOII.
Heard Wm. 8. 2. Holbrook E. NOTICE a DELEGATE to. represent B the Superior Court (or the district GRAHAM, deceased to the Hon. the Judge Curser ofPalafoz aaJ Rossaa.

I APRIL 15. 1837. ._ Hatke John. Hunter James. the Territory I of Florida in the next Con- of West Florida' I shall proceed to of the County Court of Eacambia County. INTENDING Lu --. &rd4.
I Hunt Wm. Haasel. frees of the United States, will be held in sell at Public Vendue, in (front the CourtHouse RICHARD "WOODS Adn. the bumurespectfully or Pruicol t1
% The; GAZCTTC will be issued every Saturday I. &J. the County of Escambia, on Monday the in the City of Pensacola, on the 6th March 18, 1837-2-13tTar. solicit a shin of ;

Evening at S3 30 per annum, in advance Thorns Jackson Wm. first day o/Mfay cart, 1837, at the follow of May next between tbe hours prescribedby anJeir d they will pledge themselves thatalJ
I $4 payable a* the end of .ij ix month, Jackfon John. NAVY.Jarvis ing plaen in said County, under the superintendence law all the right, title and interest ofPETEh BARRELS just received fron: Black den shall be neatly executed aD4 Or-

1 or W payable at tbe expiration of the )car JacobWm.; A. Tliomas. of the following Inspectors, PHYLIBERT deceased, in and 20 Water and for sate by a ttended to. Pl'OIIptl,
at the option of the subscriber.AovtrrocMCKTs Johnston John C. Johnson James R. viz: to the following tract of Land or in so I JERRISON & FOSTER. tiowl* tomprite the f

dr inverted :at the rate of K. No. I. AtAntoine Colliw.' Tanra, tn the much thereof as will satisfy judgement March 23, 1837 3 Super.Blue, Black am Lni bM -.I
one dollar fur e cry fourtrra lines (or !J""IJ,) Know George S. Keinian Mr.Iklo City of Pensacola, first precinct, luspec favor of F. and II. Denetse, to wit : Brown and allCLOThS. '..ac1 A8IIJOH4
fur the first, and tifty mil for try coo King John I). tots, R. A. Mitchell, John Campbell and A tract of Land i>f 800 arpena, In Section A Great Bargain offered. .

t tinuou subsequent. sn.crtiuu.A L F. T. Cotnmyns. 3,Township 1. North, Range 29 SouthWest THE subscriber offers for sale, his Super. Striped Cassimem of every fin.
nP Libby Arthur. NAVY. No. 2. At the House of Peer Dour,.., at 'lying on Bayou Mulate, formerly within the New Town of Pen- Do. Checked Do. do.7and : -

!IJ'-: We are authorized to announce Gen. Lopez F. 3. Love Mid. R. S.it' the Navy Yard, second precinct, In4llJ>f'C- belonging to Manuel Domingucr. in the sacola. The tract contains one hundred Color. '

If LEIGH READ a. a candidate u> rrpre. 'I. tons, Henry Wiggins... Jeremiah Ingra. County of Escambia, about ten miles N. E. and ninety-five acres and ten hundredth, Super. Buff Caasimere
cut the j coplc of Florida, in the next Con Mallet James. Miller John 1'. ham and George G. Pa/tison. J, N. of the City of Pensaeola. as per receipts from the Land Office, Tallahassee. Sup. Figured Silk Velvet Vestiuit.

We are aiiihonzeil) to announce-Col; I. Mortal A. S. 2. Martin Daniel W. Florida Town, lhl..l precinct, Inspectors, Deputy Tt'itrAaZ. The terms will l be liberal and easy to pur. Do. Checked Do

"')1. WYATT a ran.lidate to Miller John Perry 2. Minis Jessee John A. Simpson' Samuel C. Kc>'ser and March 18 1837-2__ chater For further particulars: apply to Do. Quilting Silk..
as represent 'Mitchel O. 5. Millsted John. William Owens. Goocb-: Jerrtson & Foster! in. Pensacola, or to the Do. Checked and Figured Vehet
the people of Flonda, in the nextCongress. New Spring .
Mendoca F. NAVY. subscriber Black Water. fine article.
No. 4. At the Howe of Lpflin Cotton, : Embroidered Muslin Capes on
,f Marshall, : Mrs. Mary. Maynnrd I: Mid. L. at Jernigan' Landing or Million on Black ELEGANT Lace lldkfs.. and Collars. JOHN HUNT.March Super. Buff, Cassimere and White 'alea.
3- We are authorized to announce Murey J. W. Moor Lieut. Gary.; Water, in the fourth precinct Inspectors, Silk Nett Gloves. 4, 1837-52fllllE and many others too OUIUtI'OulIo-!f

CHARLES DOUNING, Esq. asa candidate MlllM-ad John S. Mix Edward. Erasmus 8. Amus, Timothy Twitchell and May day Muslins. underliil.aelj. having htall1t.'If LelJL tion. *

to represent the ''N".leoC. Florida in the Mimi tbadracL. Joseph Forsyth.No. Black Italian Lutestring. tcrs of Administration on the Estate HEADY MADE CLOTUlXG

next Congress. Me. 5. At the House of Wilson Gain!" Figured Challys. of (GEORGE: : GRAHAM lt deceased, hereby Gentlemen and Ladies Broad CiotbClnl
VVntclU'ff Jewelry and --Fine. le1.lIy"m.. M'Voy A. '(late residence of J. \\'. Earnest) Cold Water lArge Silk Shaw Is. notifies all persons to whom said estateis cut and made in most fa hioo blt touu

(.ooclx.THE M'Leod Dr. D. C. NAVY. fifth precinct, I Inspectors, JeremiahSavill. Gauze and Satin Ribbons. indebted, to present their 8'rounlllp al.I rfer.
M'Clenachan" John. M'Blair Lt. Wui. I Johr 'Arlhur and Wilson Gains.No. Blue Black, Brown, Green Inriaib
subscriber is now offering for Mile Silk Embroidered: Hose I ly attested for settlement, and all those C,
M'CIenachan Jacob M'Kmstry James. (I. At the house n 1 Allen McCankel, do. do. indebted to come forward and settle the Olive Green Dress and frocl
of Gold COIl
Anchor,large Patent assortment, Le,'cr, .Skeleton, and Duplex lupine ., M'lvcr Daniel. N.M'Neill LL F. II. 2. (late residence of A. \\'. Nicholson) eastside French )lu>>lin"-" Aprons. same. RICHARD WOODS, Adsi.Feb.II18374th others of the remnant o( r..t.
of Escambia River sixth In.
WATCHES, of superior quality; and For sale byNOHTJlROP _ _
Andrew. .
Nobles Mrs M. NCUIIUIII ipectom, Allen McCawkel, Ill..r'ilkill. Drab Blue, Black and Striped
style.$ o NAVY ....n mid rieill McMillen. & GARDNER.Anril : A GENERAL ast4trtmcllt of GKOCKHIES :- Pants.Satutinette. Clll Dtn
oilier >v.,, I"a; isu*' r i->|..tt<> :-i i ij \ crtieal. O'SullUan Mrs. M.Oierman I. O"l>orne LL T.. A. No. 7. At the house of Isaiuh Cob east& I. I tJ31-4 and a variety of oilier Articles Pants of
r ). B. 2. Outlaw) or W. Horee. side of Edcambin Ruer wvcnlh 'upcIiur ( VII'/, Diitrict III' hUrst r'foriila loi sale by fJeterteens or -'IO.hU.every. .quality.
precinct., .u.
A great variety of Watch Trimming. P. at I'ensucola, T. IJ. JERRISON & CO.Governmentstreet.. 01 "_1
hank quality.VESTSSilk
'. Inspectors' Cub, Elijah Gayler and
Ladies fine Gold Neck Chains, Ear Rings& Paul Madame. Phillips Nathaniel.: Benjamin Cob. John Edgcly's lxel'uturs,1: Velvet, Figured

H Finger HIIIJt"I'in"t, Lockets,Gold and Silter Plaotead J.IO2I2. Pratt Martin. No. H. At the house of Samuel Patter ts.. ( -Jan. 21, 1837-40 _ Florentine, Bombazene, 8iiL do.V a *
Pencils, Gold and Silter tI|>ectaclcs, (;old Parsons Thomas A. Patterson Sam! MOil, uc&side of E .canibu Kiter, eighth The Htirs at Law of J Pure MadcIrat'Inc.T lia and Mersailes, Blueand BlaekaSt:

and Silver Thimbles,Card Cases' liea4 Head& 'Reti-. Park Dr. John E.: Paul Pierre.. I precinct, Incpectort, Samuel Patternm., Edward Towns,deceased. iii: subscriber has just received (rom Double Breasted and Straight BRMM
cults, Buad and Silk Purses, J Ornament Philrbert Mrs. Chru Pau Madame Vo.Pringle : interested in the abote Messrs. Shirts
lleidand Necklaces.SILVER riioma; 4 Bradly and John Morgan. THE parties Howard, Marsh & Co. a supply Suspenders, Gloves, UrawenTJS-
;41 *, Coral WARE. John A. 2. Penigo J. Git en under my band in Pensacola, A. are hereby notified, that in per- of MADEIRA: WINK, of the choicest and Neil, of every quality.
n,1 411', Pratt llezckiah. Paxton Win.Phillips pnl l ht, 1837. C. EVANS: I suancc of an interlocutory, decree at he May grow this of the South side of that island, Bosoms and Collars.
: Tea and Table Spoons, Forks, Fi'!lh4Jt' \S'm. NAVY. : Term 1830 of the Honorable for the Black Satin Bosoms.
Judge c. c. I;. ( Superior eminently superior quality of which,
Ki nil eft, &oop Ladle, Salt and Mustard Putnam Dr. Jas. 2. Powell Lt. S. Court aforesaid. raid cause I shall witi Stocks of all kinds
_April. 1, 1K37: _-. 4-5t. : on proceed they pledge, the utm *t confidence. Handkfs. and Cn.
Silti-r. ..
#, Spoons, German Palmer P. Parsons Dr. T. A. --- on the 27th day of April next, ensuing their high reputation and celebrity. And every article understood lobe ..
Fine Sheffield Plated Cake and Fruit Bakels -
R. NAVT COMMH-IOM.H' Orncc, ) at my office, in the City Pensacola, GEO.: W. BARKLEY.Feb. apparel. "eviac
Candlesticks, Branches, Snuffer! andf. Unwell "'m. 2. Ui"hudflftn John' T.2. Mnrrk IH, $IKI7.: \ at 1(1( o'clock, to Mate the accounts of liable 25, I 1837-31 I Beaver and Satin Beaver naiL
Trays, Tea and Codec Urns.FINE Robert Lt. 8. 2. Roue Joseph II.Il..Mt LIVE: OAK TlMIIER.-Sealed: offers,, firm of Ripely. & Towns and shall continue We would merely remark that
f.- CUTLERY.Dalance : John II. Katn" Caul. I.. ).; '( (VfTrrt fur Lire (iakf.. (rom day lo day! until the same i is fully \rw Irir Store, and shall receive we kin
handle Dining and Tea StIt Reynolds II. ('. Rudinan II.NAVY.I. imnll!! r,...tr/rf," %, ill be recenti] at thin office I'Ilah..1.)1.' '\ J. KELLY, In PalnfujC'tlreel, 3 'duui alxtre the corner manufacturing Journeymen (rom lbe Wsi
Knitcs, Scissors and fine Razors Pocket Row.tn| ('lsu. until; =J o'clock P. 'I. of the firt day of r Mtuterin Chancery. /ntendciicin-ttrcrt.. that all the Nand fa

and Pen Ktiira, Dirks and Dirk Knit'. Reien Mr. Rowan Lt. S. e.UUII'CIII. June next, fur the xnpply' I of Lue Oak Timber 1' n83t.011l.Iarrh._ : 23. 1837-3lluy. The ,.ub crir'er has recently manufactured our Ready made Clothuif _u
by ourselves.
ti Afttral! Lamps Vases, Mantle Ornaments., .. S. 2. Reid hd. J. \'". E.: ax follow, \iz : established! f.im'ldfill!' the DRUG
(p Mantle and Parlour Clock' Fine Ground s. No. 1. For the frame timbrr and keelson It Bl'SlNES.m: I'ensac'ila, for the J. B. BULL & co.

t and Polished Japan Waiters.AUfO Smith Capt. E.: MSidtuorth I. Washington, 2. piicex, and the promicunu. timber for 1 00 BALES: superior HAY, daily ex- express! pursue; of furnishing -Peusacola- Jan.}, 1837-44

I M. Scott E.: one sloop of war (small chs,) to he de- pected |>er Ship Mary Ann from an' w no may patronize mm w itn NO'flcEfill -
." An assortment of Rifle, Double and Snow den Capt.John. NAVY. lit'ered at the .Vary Yard, C/ttirlcttmi, ew."orL and for sale, to anise, by their custom, and us ill u-nturc to say nothiiit lit undersigned Trustee of UPtnJ. -.

f. Single Uarrcl Fowling Pieces: aliti| a fine Steams Thomas. Scmmes LI. R. ... Mutmirft"*('1111. JERRISON & FOSTER. ; will be8l1tang on his part to make, cola Land Compauy aDd Agent of tk

assortment of Putols.A Steele .nI. II. Smith Lt. W. No. :2. For the frame timber, keelson March 23, 1837-3 thing .atl raUor). Having maJc arrangements I'vns4c'la Association, hereby rues ioti jec

A fine assortment of Water coloured Sand Mm. A. S. Smith John 3. pieces, and the promiscuous timber, for Caution 10 TreimsKer! to get constantly fresh supplies (rout I that !he will be compelled, (or the prrstrrv

i) Paints, Boob (or instructions flack gammon Steele Rev. A. Shannon John, 2. one sloop of war, (small clam, ) and one persons are hereby cautioned a- the North, he will be able to sell as! low aa I I lion of the said company's property p..
and Chess Hoards,and a variety of other(an. Saltier Joseph. Scott Seric't. James. smaller \'P'If'J!' to lie delivered at the .Nary ALL: trespassing on the Lands lying any Apothecary in the Southern country cecil in the prosecution of any iiHJiridtttJi

J oy articles, cumpJete..urllnt'nt of which, Snipes| Robert. Sartorie Mid. L. C. V m/, ItiiHtklynrte York.No. on the East side ol. the Bay of Pensacola, THOMAS C'AIIMN.jFeb. trespassing. on the Lands of the cud Coa
I will be kept up by constant supplies "("rh' Swurts Henry. Siexcnx II. 3. For the. frame timber, ki-el-um. piece between IJa on itrucha and Bayou La I Ifi, 1 IH37-a>-2ni pany in any manner whatever, by .hica
ed (rom the North, and w>ld) cheap as the) and the .. ) injury result. The
4 Schally M.Tapeola promi cnoiis timber, for one India, Itelonginj: to J AMI:* AMDREWII& SoY, Stone Lime. may cutting do.a or
can be bought: In the Southern country.WM. T. Miiali u".I|, to bedclitered remoting any species of timber
at the .\'tlry,1 in the .penalties the law will! be enforcedatpiuiit from the
I. STED.MAN. P -dro.ThruIon Templeton Tlio. )-", !'/iiIisvI1Jaiu. all I 250 CASKS STUSII.UII) ; 111 store said Land, is especially forbidden.
!I- CLOCKS and WATCHES of \cry A. B. .. TarUix C. No. ... For the frame limber, keelson ILIe.ces rf'III'I".rr4.JUS.I'II: E.: MCRRILL, .\r"nl. and for .a'eliy The. Land held by the said Cooipuies

description carefully repaired. Thurl'tb' )' T. J. Tapiola F.v. and I'romloM'lIOU thither, for one "I..up March IH' 1H37-2' JERRISON: & rUsTtU.lardl : extend from the flay of PeimcoU, adj ..
April I, 1837 4 ..f 2.1, 1 1837-3 cent to Pciuacola the
war, (tnall clasi.! ) to to he deluered at --- -- to BayouTeuriad

1 flfl HANUSwiIlbceiflploYedi1b1U=" WhiteheadLlW.Wil 11. \\'CCled Moses. the .\iiru Yiinl.. ,r".Mlld"Jidri.t. -- -- -- (-,.,f Joseph; Bowers, ,i .J'ux- Collector Safe,- -- to Col. KIIII{' tnct. They embrace

AvFvF per month, on the, Alabama, "on Joseph' Willis Byrd C. (\tlninlmt.No. < __ _vs. '. -Iti t'Ii'm.r.phenry "" "-UJ' /'YVrri/orial ami Count Taj eg.ON portion of the King tract; they rxtearf
It' Florida & Georgia Rail R.{ 'ad, I between the Walsh Thorns Willis (it.rer.'alhinJlUn 5. For the frame tinder, keelMin pirce rcnny ottO |r Saturday the 5lh: day Anjjint next, from U.I)OU Texar to the River Lscat ,
'A J' hn D. (
Cscambia and Urooklyn. Apply, toR. \\ : F. O. NAVY. I !, and promiviioiM timlier, for one ...loopof ) *ray. JIT bctwetn the hours! of ht anti 12: A. M.I 1. on the line of the R.nl. Road ; they heea
affidaut of
LURING.; White. Thos. J. ilkim. Mid. L. M.WcheMid. 1. war, (smith rla",) to |tie drlirrrrd. ai the all'caring) to me ujxm thecoWtdainaiiI's shall offer' fur'av, in (rout of the Court and in the ticmiiy of the Escaiiiku, ..
'. April, 1837-5 Wile-ox G. J. : \nry Ymd. intjmrt J'tr,.in;,,. : w.hcit 't., that John D. llouw! in the City of I'vrisacola, the follow- either ride of the Kit er and embrace Not*.
inhabitant of tlm
W.flhin ton James G.Vilhiainson Mid. J. C. The quantity| and lIirnf'n"aun" of the Gray M an ; Territory, but ffa's Island, they extend on the BUkdrRoud
lamcllir)' the E promitctious iiu? property or s' i much thereof a- will
: on Uite leMdeit without the limit'* of the Western
LETTERS BON A L, deceased, Ward Ma j.) Th *. W. Wells Benedict. 'I timln, for each tcs.ncl of each Dirtrictof Florida, it IH therefore ordered! |1M) the Territory of .';ur lla and Countyof and! include the tract called. Btiii
I' Williams AiiMin. cla', i<4 a" follow : Tract, :2 miles. from town
having been granted to the undersigned, all I that publication be made for two month E:!'camtna, for Ta\e' dnr tlier on up to ; ilicy embna
GERMAN: LKTTER8.ll : For each sloop of war J. "") cubic feel in the ir.ict called llclmont
the :3Ut d.i> of DtremlH-r, IJU!' ; : mbiacwj: tie
claim .aid Ellilde
persons having against "iry WtinuHtfhrl, I\Fa- uliirli' mu.l K. n.Ird infl\e inrlic*. and |MfromtweUe > some newspaper' 'printed m the 1)Ist) '% itt, re- NOAH CAMIfirv! tnt Forts.
are required to present them properly attested .lIlrlll. .Nit. 1kc-u.J. I" .IIII.J .
Martin Flick.. II. F. Smichdt. toeijjlileen feet I lone of the .iI 1".1 .is. Alter tins
; MX rrX AC'IIK?* of :JcJ hrateI..tNn. notice, persons found tins.jii'itig .
within the tune .prcx-ribed by law, !II"er tilt Hill tiled herein, on or IM'fore the | | silnv:
J. H. La John Raltcnbach.Geo. Inn f"lIt" to Hide nixtecn lot lie.. t.) JU
aridall u ten. piece ted on the Ka- hideof ('.'.nrculiRier all ne prosecuted to the IIatuIC
indebted to said estate first of June
b ate the *
: persons Monday next, or *':iint
Ulumenuncr,3. John Stubenrauth.William For each small teasel, toUt "ut'll feet extent of the law.
the uaters of Cold
on Water Ruer.
required to make immediate payment.SANTIAGO will (be taken for confer ami the m.itler
Towensrek. Wm. 1 II 1 aim. wlnrli, mu.! t IN Mded eight:: inches! and l bv, Amount of 'fai'l' I Ul.KSTATK : WM. II. ChASE: Trs4q.
'It ; sUlflJI.l { :. and thing. therein U-crcc l aecordint, .
U. 8. SHIP NATCHEZ.Mid. : from ten to mlecn feet long MIX of the : ) Pcimcola
; 2 l
: OF JEANDREAIX.OO : ) : July 183t-17-t tf
8 1837-5 tf (in under li.ni'1 Penijcol.i
April en at tint
l W. \\'. Sluelifs. longeal to side tweUe and halfinchc my ..
Men 2. :
in pieces a .
Capt. / .\CU": of:3d rate Land IX
situated montlM
|Wth day of March 1KI7.: from dale hereof, 1 iLlnuke
Notice. Lient. M: Peck, 2. E.: J. Leedom, 3. *. O \ MMtil of HlJJ ll.l S
; OU, JllxiUt 7
tif THE Sale of Lots belonging to the t:,. 41 J. B. Cutting, 2. John Myrick, 3. A part of the $promiscuous' timt. >rr may lie C. EVANS: : mile \\'. S. W. 'from the City) of i'tnvi- : Court application of E.-tumbu: to the Judge of tkL'oiinly
Ill of the late SA IL. )i. SMYTH, u t:. W. Moore. J. Bryant. 2. got: |oUrierdinien,.ionK, ,protided the piets Jmli'f County Cimt, Itn. lu.Peii.aci.Ia rola, iMHiiideil E.IM: and South nn.il CUUUI!. (kin a
by tacunt !'tlltiiH-nt of
of Georgia, advertised! to take place on ". T. (:. IIenham,4. Datui M. Ilattiaway3. ( will antwer for replaeinc, defectite March 11. IKI7-I Land I and,North by l'al,1 lhi) } uu. Amount of MARIA' CAKI.OTTA my accounts HrOV, an tlitror : >

Monday the 10th( April, i n unavoidably M. Smith., 5. G. G. Brown, h.lC! pieces, triiiMiiiH.: brcnitl hooks, or l' I I J": iriiderstgtieil ha\ini; otitame l Ict- I,uf Taxi''', >i (TMJ.HEIRS ('ia"" "!l. JOSE UltTIZ I.recaavr.flet. : dv.
postponed, in consequence of the administrator Dr. (i. It. Clumdler.3. '1'. J. Clarke. other lalliadle $pieces.'rfumite t'rllu! (Adinini."lraionoii the Estate: of :' OF JAC'OII KELKER.G.4 : : 151h. I iscm :r. fim.,
I not t being able to attend the sale. Dr.) H. Sharp. 5. John Shorter, 2. offer must l lie made for ruchof JOSEPH: : ORTIZ, deceased, hereby Cne / ACRES: ofid ratel-ind situated -
Timely notice will be given of a future day PurM-rS. Ramsey.: Ii.Will. lliad.iu4l.! : the preceding nuniber. and, ruck offer notice' to all |*TMMH indebted to said estate, \J| on the East side of Eitcanibia: I' 1.\SII Paul f..r ":.\\ tu, Urrl'JhH

of..Ie. P. .Mid D. McDou-LniirlilinM'Kai.' 2. mujtt embrace<< nil the timber that i u. culled to make" immediate.payment, and to all thovf Day, near at the flt'a.llht'rt.'ff. and V other I 1LlLS, by

April 8, 1837-5JJookMuml gall, I. G. M. Vhaite.P. for It)" the number to which. it refer, the hat III:: claiinii! to present Iliein legally attested a tract of Land knouu the adjoining NOKTIIROP (;.\RD. EI.

1 -- Stationary.T. Mid. C. S. Ridgc-Jamcs Kill}, 2. prices asked per cubic foot must be stated for xetl lenient.FRANIS. Miller' tract. Amount of by Taxes: SI name 2 ).ol -Jan- 21-1. .1S37----4fl-
U. JERRISON: & CO. I is.. 2. Dan'l. M'Nally. nei>arately, for each and cT'ryclas of n.,.- IIOIIE, Adm'r. WILLIAM P. ANDERSON.: '1'hI-}; }.I Oulo.lIail .(- -

receited and offer for sale j a Mid. F. B.Ren.haw,2.U- Grand, .MicheaU! 2. ",ei. ernliraced in the offer, and for t hemitcnou />;/>. >March, 1837-52: --8tSeVbnd No. 217, I Lot on Romuna-Mreet N.'.

HAVE, variety of BOOKS STATIONARY Mid. N. Collins, 3. John Joret. timber of each class, separately sVleof Lot,. I\t' I'ciisacoin. :' 221. (Al feet on Ronianalreet: ; No. 303; I Line.
from the
Mid. C. Saundcrts 5. (ieorge Kciter. other; all of which other is considered Lot
&c. &c. Gotcrnmcnt Street. UII IIrue-l\lrccl. Amount
Taxes, t85.. Front \u
Mid.T. F. Davis. John Miller. nHiulded timber. -1.
_April_I, 1837. 4=tf__ __ __ Mid. II. Skipwith. 2. The whole to he delivered before the first r lIE Second Sale of LOTS will take F.. .1'. COMMYNS. ta, GeorgiaAVIkl ;
SIX weeks after date, I shall apply to the U. H. 811 If HT. LOUIS. day of July, 1K3H, and a. much sooner as JL place in the NEW CITY OF PEN-:: : Pl'lIsaauJ 7'03 flln H r/Itr Kt. Cbsa say. L : Mobll .cry .Ir Jay .
the Judge of the County, Capt Thos. Paine, 10.Daniel Spiney. practicable.The 8ACOLA, on MONUA 1; the first day of Feb. 5th, 1837-I!J- in. o'clock, A. M. per .mer Cbaapfca\
I Court of Escambia County for Letters ol [.1. II. H. Bell. John 8aunderst3. 3. said Live Oak timber must have May nejrt, under the direction of WM. II. - -- for Penscol. Steamboats tbe'lt to tWar

-I Administration on the Estate of JOSEPH Lt. Jan. F.Schenck,7James G. T) un. grown within twenty-five miles of the seaboard CHASE, Acting Tuateeo"Tai PCMSACOLA; Post Coaches ; theBCi imMarianna I

r HERNANDKZ, deceased. Lt. J. it!. Gardner, 3. John J. 1-:=1111011. (which mutt he prOnn to the satisfaction CITY COMPANY," (late Land Company.) and CbaUahuuc'ht Flocto,
MANUEL: HERNANDEZ. Dr. (:eo. %V. Evan, 6.Ram. Ketchum :2. of the respective commandants,) The conditions' will be as follows: llandridge, Pinderton, han I

March 23, 1837-3-flw -- P. Mid. (;tit Gray,3.Wm. Condy. must be got out by the moulds and written 1-5 cash or endorsed paper at 6 months, utrsvilleand Lous title, Auuta brnillB(L' .

iIt of kclfrry, Mfd. J. A. Doyle, 3. George Etrip' direction.., and. specifications dimensions,I with intercM.. tug a continuous line n t
Remaining in the Post Office, Pensacola, Mid. J. William-Joseph! W. Lyon. &c which will be furnished to contractorsfor I.::; in one )'ear, lug at Augusta& with the I .

1' April I, 1837.: DXj: Persons asking for MMI 3. (ieorge Call. their: government; and must be free from 1.5 !n two years, 1 without inlere l. ABE WTID Road Cars and Steam Packets for '. ,

1 Letters from this List, are requested to Mid. II. Morgan, 3. Chax. Bready. all injuries and defects, which may impairthe 1.5 III three years! _.i- \ork, Norfolk and Philadelphia. f
pg ask for Adiertied Letters. Mid. W. 11.Adam*. (,;hu. Brach.W. good quality of the said timber for the 1.5 in four year*, j A passenger taking in
Ill A. P. Moran, fl. Dan. Kelly. purposes for which it is required by contract Full titles will IM git en to purchasers, will reach Charleston with puce J

r. Alston Miss Clemen- Allen Win.t. Joseph Taylor. Sam'L Beuder. and be in all respects satisfactory to hut the Notes will bear Mortgage' until paid. all weather and at any season (the

tina. Anderson D. B. J. Burdwine, 2. John Fowlc the commandants of the respect navy The last .payment Hill be remitted! on such 'ffJrw ,, imeallouetl Itu'lhearinl unlestiaaf
Alba Dn. Juan De. Audubon John J. James M'Cornuck. Jonas Reppard. yards where it is delivered. Lot as shall be unproved within one year J unforeseen catastrophe should occur, aW 4

Alba J. Allison Rich'd. Navy.Arledge M.! "'. Aylwm. "'m. Cox. Bonds, with two good: and responsible from date of sale, by a substantial' House, Fresh. For sale I by, probably New York the ninth day $frf

Cullen E.,. Sam'l. Cromwell, 2. ( eo. Folger. sureties, (whose names must be forwarded not 'less than 23 feet (mitt by :30 feet in T n. JERRISON: & (0. being but a about 33U miles land

B. Henry lImes, 2. Benj. Palmer. with the offcrin, the amount. of
Brodie C.D. 2 Beach CapU Edwin.B Langley. estimated value 01 tile umber tu 1 hc furnished Fuither-. particulars_ .will I be .made known Jan. 21, 1837-40: !oa i.C'uunlr
I Bayard Albert 3. Gerald C.Billari under the respective at me .< aie, ana timely dintribuiton of explanatory : _._ The
v rne 1'. H. SHIP CONCORD.; contracts, will -- pressure, coppered and
p Bryden i:. M. D. Victor. be required ; and, as collateral security for Maps and Catalogues. KxecntorMotlre.. fattened steamer. Champion t OJp
it! P. Mix
Capt. 6. well 4.
Brown Andre, 2. Brooks R. K. the faithful compliance with the terms \\ II. CHASE:, ) B ERNARDO PARGAS, late of the know n to need description the Stra a
Beadle. Lewi. Y. 2. Brcwster Jonas C. Lt. T. J. Leib. Mid. B. Ilariet, 3. stipulations, and condition, of the saiJV..IrN.s. it!. H01IINSON S Tnttttci.CHAS. County of Ec.unbia: III the Territory on Santa Rosa Sound ; f
n___ u._...., '. II Lt. II. A. Adams" 10.) Mid.T. N. Witigate.L im twr centum will be AUGS. DAVIS. ) of Hori.U. ,iut m this| the city of Peti Dlackwo J. P. NA\ :,-,v.. 1'.L.. MCIfI Jloward., 2-: irc.: .Mawyer.LI. II. M'Huw.n.. 2. from the actual amount of each payment reverted' -i-*"n.....'..,_r.u_uo, iui7: -01Superior i I., on the lUitiI, ....1., letting iiie UII<1t'r- and the agents of, arc the adaptei line| lu tbt( I'l

Bronnum L. F. II. Blake Samuel C. II. Kennedy, 2John Beggs.Lu which may be made, mom time to lime, Tale Sherry. signed his Testamentary Executor's, who modatiau, teams stage o
MM 1
Bond Ira. Barker Wm. M.flower.Joeph. J. P. M'Kiiutry, .Timoth) Butt within thirty daysaterbills shall be duly A UASKSsuperior PALE SHERRY: hate been qualified according to law.- are but to be >' t'otb au .
1 .urpa
Barnes Mid. Nathan Dr. Mifflin Coulter. Wm. M'Pheraon. approved and presented to the Navy Agents vf in Bottles, each containing 3] doZe Therefore all persons indebted to the tit- country. 8

Bowie George. F. Jr. Dr. T. A. Parsons. Chester Board nave. until the said contracts are completed and imported direct' (rum Liverpool, per ship tale of the said Bernardo Pargas, deceased' The steamer t

C. Dr. Wm.Spots wood. M. G. Knight. I closed ; which reservations, respectively' Milo, warranted: pure article, having are hereby required to make payment without -, attached Champion biLI'1 i i
Commanding Of-Cook II. J. Purser N. Wilaon,5. Sam'l Silk.P.Mid.G.M.White.Wm.C. will be forfeited to the use and benefit of been bottled in the King's Warehouse. For delay, ;.nd those hating claims' against' the arrangement to the Flri
Acer C. CompanyCardwell James. Fatal.P. the United States, in the event of failures sale by II. the Estate are required lo present the same proprit'lun flatter Ihpl.'".
KELLY Jr. they *
4th Infanry. Carpenter Thomas. Mid. 3.Wm. to deliverthe timber within the respective I 1837.50Co.I'arlncridtip.() to us or either of us! duly authenticated arc mm offering the '
Spotswood, Moulding. FebJS, the
Cox J/ 3. Crosby George L. Mid. T. M. Mix. Edward Cobb. periods prescribed by the contracts. __ __ _._ within the time prescribed by law, other most expeditions and conifortabbiWbetweenthe

CarUsnd Samuel. Caro Capt. P. A. Mid. W. H. Adams. Bernard Bryan. The moulds will be furnished to the con wise, ihi notice will be plead in bar of The South and the North. \
Cooant Gilbert, 2. NAVY. tractors, at one of the undersigned their safe and inerlllwatr navSf**
Mid. Wm. M. Cald Earl Hall. Navy Yards Brook THE having formed a Co- recotery -the smooth
Carter Daniel CKandler Lieut. lyn Gospoit or Philadelphia. with Mr. THOMAS J. C. EVANS: natural rl.
unae- Timothy.Dovoinf Cooper-- Evan ElianNAVY. U. 8. SHIP VANDALIA.Lt. To be published twice a week, until 15th GARDNER, the business will in future be JOSEPH: Il CARO and the a"t'onlllo"iol !

D. J. W. Mooers. John Spinney.Mid. June next in ll* Globe. National Int..lIi.geueer conducted under the name and style of /,t'aUlf'"Iurt Kjrtcntuit, ler speed, < ), comfort and a alna l oa.oA
Col C. R. N. Stembel. J. Bowline. Eastern Argus N. II. NORTHROP Jan.21 I 1837 40 variety which the proprietor
Gazette : GARDNER= -81
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Davis. Mai. W. M. Davis Mid. Alonzo B M.d.J. Eary. II. Strickland. Commercial Gazette. Boston Morning Poet, IIIf4trl4lfi lVIJ TAILORS. ._ :.'; h _,_ entitle the l.IJtrDriM- .- .I...r""..) a.nl
Devote Abraham Doughty Lieut. E. T. Wm. Peterson. D. Bowditch. New York Time, New York Etening: They have received by late arrivals! fruits ,1"111' undersigned of having obtained Let- public patronage. .

... Denison George. GeorreTucL.et' 8. Wallace. lloat. '1 renton Emporium, Pennsylanian, New.turk, a very extensive assortment JOHN Jcni Ad """! 'ration on the estate of At Cbatabuucb Florida, w. U v1I'S Ieo.
A. C. Bird 2. Thos. deceased, hereby nolifiesall branch o..u
E.Elickrandlr A. Daw ley. American Sentinel, Richmond Enquirer comprising every article in their line tJf (Cor hof post coacM
Evans James & Co. ) John. James Frost. John. Moon. Norolk Herald, Raleigh St Charleston: business, which in addition to the former debted persons' to whom said estate is in other day) tin Macon, Ga. cwnoeeua + .uI

Eldred f' $. Jr. Charle Griffin.m.. Wells. Patriot, Georgian, Pensacola' Qazettc l Louisiana stock, comprises one of the 'largest and best tested ,for to settlement present their accounts, legally at.. eularly' uth; the line fnmi Hawkn W' .
t4 F. John Williams 2d. J. M'Kinney.Wm. Advertiser, Mobile Regiuer. assortments ever offered in the Southern and all thorn* indebted Darien and Savannah, (I.. tt,
Femklea Thomas Foster Joseph Win. Fregear, 2. Britu April I, 1831-4-111 Country, all of which will be sold to come forward and settle the .,me. All baggage, bales, parcels' or aiti*
_ or made
, Flu Peter Fell Wm. J. N Drown, 3. Geo. L. Croahy. ;Jcrriftoii; & } oJlter. up to order, on accommodating terms. Pensacola WILLIAM A. BELL: Ad".. of any description earned or mil b11' S
II 1837-45ALL
Frtaeis Daria.Frtodi Fillengain Robt. U. H. SCHOONER GKAMPU8. NORTHROP & UAIU) : our steamboats or coaches, I t1f
received nn.
Henry. NA VY.Fo.ter Lt. Jos. Stallings, 9. son, 2. HAVE just New-York per Schr. Kmblem, Jan. 14, 1837 45 persons indebted to the Estate (o'' without passengers at the risk of ,

Capt W. 2. Fairfax O. 3. Lt. 8. Swartwort, 8. Mid. 8. D. Trench PRIME ) a further supply of .' (,;o BAUILHAS MALBMU, deeeas"ed .pti.e owners ( I
P. Mid. Wm. Chand. ard! 5. PORK. liUlIEf..s: of CORN are required to make teref.
G. Flour. )25 m c"" payment forthwith Ofie 'it .1a"'Q "" .\fob nd
Grade Gustus. NAVY. her, 4. Mid. G. W. Grant, 2. Corn. in For sale by and those to whom the estate is Indebted n STOCKTON S-
Gomexe F. 2. Gest Spencer B. 2. P. Mid J. M.LockeruODan'L Kelly. Pilot bags. II. KELLY: Jr. must .present their! claims to the drrl
Cane Geo. L. Gamble James C. Pur. T. M. Taylor' 13 James Dulin.lid. Feb. 18, 1837-30() undersigned within the time prescribed by II 4JW* rufjj
II. W. L. Parkin-Robu. Hunter.II. Navy do. < -- Jaw. L*. *r. COIM\'N, Deeds., tut Ices DIunkJ 1

HalkmquUl Lament Harden Wm. KELLY, P. it!. .uices.Match Which. will be sold at the lowest market Ji! mIT9% Sheriff: ojl:<<"mbia ('iinty, and ejrof- of Sale, Mortgage, aJid T 'e

April 1837-5 Kxc.uttd Jicio Adin'r. uj.a'd ":.'4/..
Hopkins Bangs, 5. Hodgkins Franc is W.' 23 1837-3 011 other kind of lal.
AT TillS OFFICE. Pensucolo. Dec. 3, I 1830-:3tf at thin ottlcc. tbltr

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