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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 1, 1837
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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f; E l'nESS OF FRANCE.JIMC did nat cease; in her retirement ?he Joyed Uuzfuz. dipping a large pen in the inkstand in order to enforce her obedienc*. As she two younger friends: and at the farther little, Oh, from'Lonl Ciaven'a, eh? Well, ,
II. rCRMNR.n ; in all hn successes, and prayed that he before him for the purpose of (fright fell his hand touch her bosom she fur a end of the room were Mr Nupkins, ,loom sir, I could n6t knoW '-I- j
.... nf"lM*r Jrtmt. I Ia might be sated from the fruits of his foul citing, Sam, "ith. show of taking down moment became an indignant woman ; but ily grand, and savagely), vexed. sail Tam, you need not have
hratla .: ambition.. When hit horn she his You the and the and cruel soldier 4 'No.
son was anstirr. w ere in passage, stem soon avenged: What prevents me/ said Mr. Nupkins.with a passion. ,
11,1 lUlnrd'IU
Tk .* 01' WuJ I"tktur'hs.)" only regretted! thnt she wa not near him yet saw nothing of what was going for the outraged female. Raising bench arm, magisterial dignity, as Job was 4 Not in a passion, Mr. Sheridan I r said
.orr than kuo1ty" 7Ar'* in hit happinessand: when he went a ward. Hate: you a pair of eyes Mr. WeiIcr she stabbed Don Francisco" in the face, and brought in-' what prevents me from detaining the squire. You don't know what these
Conqueror.beaaew' pti.oncr to Elba she hedged that she might V 'lien dagger penetrated through his two these men as rogues and preserve have ('Ol me, sir, and the pains
rrn'llrrs| shall hate thrown .har* hn prison and relict hil woe EI'r ('- 4 Yes, I hate a pair of eye*,' replied Sam checks. Then brandishing her sword and is a foolish mercy. What implterJlI and trouble that I have been at with them.
11 !\o." up',n the strange fortunes )' article that he had: lined" at her residence 'and that's just it. I If they were a pair o' dagger and casting a terrible look around 4 Pride, old fellow, pride replied Jingle It's all very well for you to talk, but if you
\ 4)r: **, and green tn every thing temained as he left it ; she would not let a patent double million magnify&: 'in' gas mi- the room, she sprung upon the nuirs and quite at his ease. Wouldn't do-nogo were in my place, I should like to know -l
,trial,thru ngcof riifnanrc, the rtory I Ib chair be trmm'f'd.Pl1le book in which he cropes of hextra power p'raps I might be disappeared before the terrified spectators -caught a captain, eh 7 ha I ha I very what you would ray upon such au occasion /I
sbet .Irt till ftrt'm tn the *todentf"rl hud been last reading, was! there with the Able to see through a flight o' stairs and I could summon resolution to stop her. o husband for daughter-biter bit- ?"
of ht I' fiif t1l'sn\ I t : hr t |ill look llp'M"r pace doubled, add the pen that he had last deal door, but bttn' only eyes you see my Out though Catalina had succeeded in public-not for worlds-look stuptd 4 Why, sir,' said Tom, if I were in your .
n\tlr It.t pu'k upon >' "f5"11' tnd, lined wa by it, with the ink dried on its vision's limil d.' getting out of the house, she knew that the -very !' place, under all I should
(1ft ha Nish. deeper nttertst ; fur ,.0. far more point. When her death drew nigh, she At this answer which was delivered vengeance of the man she had wounded Wretch,' said Mrs Nupkins 4 we scorn ray, I am rhrum.t.ne". you
htie 1.1ft Itr Ierll.! was from the first to washed to sell all her jewels to emit, the without the slightest appearance! of irrita would be dreadful. She fully understood your insinuations.. did not t'oltince annoy me,Sherdln. you
utA 1 the "rl'lltl 1 odntin I }'." fallen etnoeror money ; and her will was lion, and with the most complete simplicity hec. situation ami the moment her fury 41 always hated him; added Henrieta.I look a good deal tired you'll I
\\I'ToW" while )et unmarried that she ffuhmmed to hia correction. She died before and equanimity of manner, the spectator's was appeased, perceived the full extent of Oh, of course, said.Jingle. Tall young come up to my house and Prhlpa tefreshment -
..Mid! ties wife. a widow, and qU.1: n of his return (gusto Elba ; but her lantthonghtr tittered, the little Judge smiled, and the danger she had brought upon her>elf. man-old lot er-Sidney Pnrkenhalnrichfiiio ?'
FraD'f'-ltrrnltrr fulfilment ol the first were of hum and France, and bra Sergeant Uuzfuz looked particularly foolt There was only tine mode adverting u ; frlliiw-nnt so rich as captain, The Squire was hit hard by h nonchalance -
the psl'hccY< gate her courage: to lat n-ords cz .reMd the hope and belief t,h. After a short consultation with Dod- that was to reek the sanctuary of the cathedral though, eh 7 turn him away-off wuh him and (as the \fplpel say,) it is I
klltr) In i the last l part also I when umt"rJtIItPI'f I i" that *hc had never caused a tear to flow" ; suit and Fogg, the learned Sergeant again and thence retire to the adjoining -any thing for t'iptain-nolhtnJ like r3p needless to add,' acted upon .Sheridan's M
of death. When her l let! any She was buried in the village church nf turned toward:am, and aid ,,'ilh. (painful convent of San Fnnct co. She had scarce tails "ht'le-aU the girls rating suggestion. \
tatramm her rx-catise" the was to die inik Hurl ; aril her body was followed to the effort to conceal his vexation, 4Now reached her as)'lura, when the governor ar eh. Job, he 7* 4 So far,' said poor Tom, the story a
IOOflune. she told her weeping,: friends I crate, not alone by princes and enf'ruls. Mr. Wcller, I'll askou! a question on atus rived, surrounded by his soldiers -and Here lr. Jingle laughed very heattily : tells for me ; now you shal hear the sequel..
hut thousand whose heart her if please. Cutelina was blocLadcd six months. It and Job rubbing his hands with delight
J tbatit asiiot MI ; that *he >ln uld jet sit by two poor, point you After hating himself at the !
that throne on the ruins of which had l wear made glad by her l oiinty. If )ou picnic, Sir' rejoined Sam, with seemed no d tilt angular to her alone ; tillered the first sound he had linn tent to, squire's house, and having said 'five hundred
cpoa ItJktfxrrr Urn. it.It'd trtt.mphant ; and I Her marble monument bears only thin the ntmoft good' humor. who knew herself to be an apo.tate nun- since he entered the house-s low noisrlc s more good things than he swallowed ,
thrfl a..Lid.! m mockc'), to house her : rriplion : 4 Do )'.," remember going: up to Mr. Dar that she should be thus bcseiged in a monastery chuckle, which seemed to intimate that he having dtliahll his host and more than I
tuidi! of honor!!{ she wa* to be quen.hf *. ricrNr AND IIURTLMSF: TO JOSCPIIINC.: dcIIVhouftC, one night in Notcmbcr last T not for violation of her first vows, enjoyed his Iugh 10 much, to let any of half 01 of his wife and daughter
CM, terry I'll.' but for hating killed two men with her "0- it escape in sound. the sportsman proceeded on his return .
piidicf! honor when half of Europe: lookdtpMlicr chatactei and) fate ; and what a lesson to C Uh, you do remember that, Mr. Weller,' man's hand and her tiger's heart. Mr. Nupkins, said the elder lady, thmis homewards. In the course of his
On that night:! which was all or U", whether in proiperit oradtcrM- said Sergeant Unzfuz recotcring his spirit She had a friend in her regiment, Dun not a fit rmn'rratiol for the servants to walk he passed through a farm yard ; In
KI btr h en her last' on earth, Rnhc! picicfell. : I)'. I thought we should get at something at Juan de Silva, ensign of another company oterhear. Let these wretches be remote Had he fallen a few' days earlier, her I last.' One day became to her ; she was walking Certainly, my dear,' said Mr. Nupkins. in the centre of which was a pond-in the "
i.buthmtJuuld: hate 'llted ; had his A PLAIN SKSlTS.SS., : 4 I rather thought, that, too, Sir,' replied alone and std undrr the gloomy arcades ol 'Muzzle.' pond were duck innumerable swimmingand
111 teen but one day later, Josephine, her- Hi.each ('.{ //OWIMC C'cz.t-ll"rdtll. Sam ; a>id at this the spectators tittered a, the church, uttering blasphemies against 4 Your worship! diving ; on its, verdant banks a motley
..1mld hate been among the ten thons- I Pit'l ltit'k. gam. the xcclusion which w-is becoming insupportable 4 Open, the front door.' group of gallant cocks and pert plrtel.
sid"rlln"l abuse names we hate mere I In the Pickwiek; papers there Man amusing 4 Well.: I suppose cost went up to hate a to her. Don Juan had just had a 4 \f'I )your worship.' picking and feeding. The farmer
kf.rd t loUt he fell on that night nod her I report of the trial; of the abote cn'c.- little talk nbout this t'nal-eh, lr. teller quarrel of so serious a nature, that thu lat.i"rlt'liun the house,' said Mr. Nupkins, ing oter ihe hatch of the barn, which stood
dent,,} was accomplished.fbemarmd I Sergeant" Hnzfiiz and Mei>r*. Dodt>on and said: Sergeant" &: Uuzfuz looking know ingl}' al he required could not he deferred waving hit hand emphatically. near two cottages on the side of the green
Najioleon. ani i through her Fois. connxel for plaint, and S<'rgmntSuublun the jury. till tomorrow, (but was to hate been given I Jingle smiled, :and moved towards the Tom hated to f oback with an empty bag ;
ind her hub md, he was appointed to the for defendant.c subjoin the 1 w Nit to pay the rent ; but w e did get a :tIll l o'clock' the same night. The ri.ingulthe I door. and having failed in his attempt at higher
wffljof hal)'. Step |to)' stepthev roe till nt examination SamNe.Ier by "lailltilT'.. talkin'. abuse the ti sal,' replied Sam. moon. the tno adteisanes were to 'St3 ',' nil Mr. Pickwick. game, it struck him a good: joke to
l last tM rrnwn reMcu, Oil ntr iie...i .... M ......-. Oh lUll did CM M 'ali--..II", about th,. hial.' meet in wood at a short distance from Jingle ridicule the exploits of the day himwl. in
toad' pal* of the i prophecy wa prot rd 1 true Sergeant Hnzfnz now rove with more importance I timid Sergeant Iiuzfuz briglilening up wilt the ramparts ullutl) I have no seconds," 41 Slpp.Mr. Pickwick, have ta, order to preterit any one else i for t J
a..1.hr trcm to look; forward to that loss : than he had yet exhibited, if that anticipation: of slung important discou-ry! s sid Don Juan 4< and I a income to request ken a much greater revenge fur the treatment him, and he thought to carry home certain -
,(poser -.!i'i noel. wbidi had aKo IKCIIfrfrtoW. were iio,,<>ihc! and torileratc-d' "Call Samuel Now, what paned about the trial, willjoi lOU perform that. office for me." The I hate elperitr.rr at our hand, I number of the domestic inhabitants of
an! which was tocloMMhestrangcAnd \ \\ ,'Ile-r." hate the gadnss to tell us )lr. Weller'' nun started at the appeal: this confidence and I that of vour ) pocritic.il fiend there' the farm and us vicinity would serve the
df'tIH of her ;.f,'. It sans quite nnnece"s.iry to call Samuel Vith nil the pleasure in life. Sir,' replied in her courace sent a thrill through: her Here Job Trotter bowed \ grllt politeness purpose admirably. Accordingly, he goesto
he tint hud wedded 1 the child of Ueller, for Samuel Weller stepped briskly Sam-4 After a few unimjxirt.int obsertta) heirt :-lint a cloud suddenly passed her and laid his hand upon his heart the farmer, Dud accosts him very civil-
dcctsay grrw' curry day more strung: and into the IMIX the umlaut his name wa, pro lions from them, two wirtnous females ax brow- thought had come between her 41 say,' said Mr. Pickwick, growing 'I-
awes' 1;f<<,"I1a c, In t..mi. did Josephine: atloru'e .IIIJUnr(,!. and placing his. hat: on the floor, has been examined here today, the ladies and her frl..nd-she frowned as she lookedat ; gradually angry, that I might hate Liken 4 My good friend Tom make
trmpt his ambition and chasten his i and bus. firm on the rail, took a bird's eyetie gets into a werry .great state o' admiration Don Juan with suspicion-she. thoughthe .: a greater revenge, but I content myself an offer.' ,_ IS -I'l
llIbl be s.'s mi emperor hewihed to !. w (if the bar, and u compnhensite stirtey at the honorable conduct (i' Mr. Und on wanted to betray her."Why with exposing ) nu, which I consider a duty you' Of what sir 7' farmer.
MIld an empire, and by flow degrees hew of the I"-nrh with a remarkable cheerful and Fogg-them genTmen as H ttin': near fight: beyond the walls,. nnd at I I owe to society. This is a leniencysir 'Wh,' replies Tom sajsthe, 41 bate been out
csaie hlt..'Cli f.niihar ah thoughts&: of puttintlHrattd and hul It' n'|xrt. you now' TliH, of course drew genera such an hour 7" said she, fixing u,>on his which I hope you will remember. all day lagging after birds and have not
)', \\ h.II' ) our name, Sir ?' enquired the attention to lIdsoi and Fogg, who looked countenance those eyes: which always When Mr. Pickwick arid at this had a s'mt.' Now, both barrels are
Iri11' too campaign of IOU wan at an Judge.) as virtuous as possible. sparkled. v ith a flame of the darkest feroci point, Job Trotter, with facetious... grant) like to bate my .
end hardHud and, l ..u...",..I. the general Sam Wcllcr, my Lord,' replied that 4 Thcaltnrnie" (or the laintifT,' said MrSerjeant ty. Don Juan made no reply : From her applied/ his hand to his ear, as if desirousnot luadttJ-llhCluJ I to let me something.,.
nmr buk Mhi<. wiu: *. 1.1" formit kmdte' I ::r mh'm::11I.I Iiuzfuz, \I'tlllhty spoke in high look :and tone of her voice, he had gucs>cd to lose a syllable he uttered shot Whl w ith each Ki'f barrel you, at those hat. and
Nas cunt" "I" pia' '' ) lIhl'''r "at rh..L..I 1 ; I IKij on spell u with a' V' car a W 7'enquired praise of the honorable conduct of Messm! her !suspicions.. 4 And I hate only to add, sir. said Mr. fowls-I standing here and to bare whatever .
hr rim-ulie lu1e: iii>in leg |*ntitc hour with that (a- : That. depends, upon the taste and fane' pl.imtiff: did they 7' you refuse your services, I will go unattended consider lOU a rascal, and a-a-fnflian- 4 What sort of a shot are 7* said the a
inilur lt.\\\hM-h tta-1 M> often made! her 1.,( the *(pdler, my Lend' ,' replied ham. 'I 4 Yes.' !said Sam they said what a wet. ; for I hate confidence in no one and-and worse than any man I ever saw. you
heart l".p.| MH.; ...." that .her hour drew never had "ra..lull to spell) it more than ry ;Rnerom' thing it was o' them to hate but )'VII." or heard of except thit "very pious and I.\rer.. said Tom.
ugh II" t< the etcHing' of the twentiethof.NuieiMbrr. once or twice m m\' life, but I spells it withha taken up the case on spec, and to charge; 441 will go ; I will attend you !" cried sanctified \gabond in the mulberry livery.' Haifa.irijh. aid the farmer.
; the" vault was at I'ails: inIHIAr : \'.' nothing i.l all for casts, unless they got: Calalin 4lla ha sail J Jingle, 4good (cIOI', &uinc
of the Ln.g; of >.ixonj' Josephinem liaratnivcin: the gallery exclaimed a- them out o' Mr. Pickwick.* The clock of tote convent had just struckten Pickwick-fine heart-stont old boy That. is .." said Tom. 'I tel
atWr window. lutiking: d''\' II it|>on the laud At this cry unexpected reply, the spectators when Don Iran came to fetch her niuot nut be pa".iunlllcbad tlnl, very- you what I will doI'l give you a
inrr. and HUIM;ig oti the dark fate U'fore Quite right! Samuel! : quite right: -Put tittered again and Dodson and Fogi Both were wrappid in large brown capat, be, bye-see you again some day-keep shilling puce w eau' to b all the
ktr, "!I-H.I.., 1..1 NatUfMt'Mcp| at the it down awe my l.nrtl, put it dun n al'f'' turning very red, leant over to Sergeant under which they carried their swords, up tour "pirl.-no"Job-trot' money I hate in my pocket.
<3.'-. Site! rpraiit. ; to CIIIt'UIl.| using hei exr \N ho IH that that dares to address the Iiizfu7, and III a hurried manner whispered "hoist the sombrero concealed their faces With Mr. Jingle stuck on 11 ell,' and ihe tanner, 'hand it over.'
:am ni u. MO.AM-!"' lie nnlirartd. h.'rl Court ?' said: the little Judge, looking up- something in his ear. 41 "Tbts prccat'ioiiH! ""'Ild be more neccssary his hat in his old fashion and strode out ">f The payment was made. Tom, true to
"i all(! ,. Ye Lord.' .. Loin siumtiu round smiled and then with txrv of and let fly one barrel and then the Other,
fr. .1'i.J: u n vi-fiuxl tain. She Jed him my fuz aloud, with affected composure! ll'i as they continually < a i
taarhiir, I'| m-d leas 'Uat his (crt, and Nrinc that |1"'rwfII here m< taiitly.' pctfuily u,,ciess; my Lord, attempting to from the darknestof the night. mock sol*.mmty to Mr. Pickwick, and a and such quacking and splashing and
.....L..I C s.,. into his lace, mule d through: 4 Ye* my I ird.' Kit nt HIIV t"\'llh'nre through the unpenetra: The moon hid not ) et risen ; the sky w ink to lr. Weller, the audacious slyness ti reaming and fluttering had never been
"k,f l<4:.. lint H" the usher iliu'nt find the person hie stupidity' of this witness.!' I will not was overcast, the weather: stormy and nut of whrh ; banes, nil description, luluc sten in that place tefoie. ,{
1 (Ill .a'l uNkal'1, )., J rl\1illt.;" -:'I.llh.. I he di-l'm bring: him ; and aft"*r a gre.it commotion trouble the lourt b>' asking him. any more A star to be seen. They found Don Juan's the footsteps of his hopeful master.Sam Away ran Tom, dtliht at h.luren
ta,.FUr : I i all the people who hid got up to question Stand down, Sir !' adu.r"ar'ilb his second, waiting for said Mr. Picket iek, I Mr. "'tl- ;\iked up first a chikfD. +
"N.+t uuli JOM. nre." |look for tl.e culprit, MI down again. The 4 Would any other gcn'l'man like to ask them I II., who was to fight w iih Don Juan Icr ,as follow ing. (i,hed outs d) ing duck or so on
1i4b said he quickly, "; wh>" rail me I little Judge turned to the witness DOl Mont me an) thin T inquired Sam taki'ig i-p hats was a knight .( St. Jago, named Don 4 Si r.' until he numbered eight head of domestic .
lire } it.c fliou. of tale: >.lulAII true jo) a..his, indignation would allow him tn speak;, hat and looking round most deliberately. Francisco de hl.>,jas. The moment he perceitrd 4 Stay hc'e.' game, with which his bag was nobly disc
frees u,..' and "id- :\nll. Mr. Ueller, thank you,' said them c'c mug towards him, he advanced Mr. \feller seemed uncertain. tended.
Tl.cn whj. 'eck th'm7" answered JowphcltC I 4 Do )on know; "ho that was !Mr 7 Sergeant Snuhbin, laughing. to the Hurt of the wood, look off 4Slay here' repeated Mr. Pickwick. 'Those were tight good shuts, sir, said
'I rathersii prctt was my father, mj 4 You may go down, Sir, sid Sergeant his cloak and tumbrrro, and, addressingDon 4 Mayn't I polish! that ere Job off, in the the' farmer. '
The f alp'nor nude no rfply. You arc Lord replndSam. Hnzftiz was ing his band imp-IliC"uU-Soim Ju'an, observed hat( all reconciliation front garden ?' said Mr. 11 eller. 1'cs'said Tom, 4eight ducks and fowls!
10. tlir soot of tort she ronliuued, M w h)' DJ you sec him here now" ?' aid the .nttJn\l'n accordingly, after doing Mes rs.Dodsoii between them was nnp>s>>ible, they had "Certainly not" replied Mr Pickwick are more than )ou bargained to old fellow
ao( qUII) scar, turn ambition out ..f >...nr Jud e.I and Fojg'm ca;cas: much hal m a* (fetter not wavtein useless words, the time 4 Majn't I kick him out o' the gate, sir ?' worth more than ietl shillings, eb ?' '
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eouariK bed! Ihltu 'ht the 'od No I aon'i iu Liird.' replietrSam he Mr. Wellcr. 4 \\hv.. said the man scratching hrs
tour on p ) : staring citntpiiionlly coul'l, and I.Iliug just an which might be more advantageously ern. sid 'rs. i
of Fritter Inc home those right into the lantern in the roof of little Mr. his head 4 f t they be, but what do I care
and at among I up re pectin"! Pickn-k! might be plocd in the work of tengtance. Don Not on any account, replied master.
tkitlme \ou 1" the Court. which was precisely the object he had in Juan bowed in silent acquiescence drew For the first time since his engagement, for that 7 they are r\pntoftkcm mint I
41 J<' cphtue'| MiJ' he turning hill face If lUll could: ] hate pointed him out, I 1f\w.--r.1; along. his sword. and the combat began. Meats5 Mr. Weller looke fur a moment discontented 4 Here,' said Tom, 'I was once in my
from h.r.Ult I"i nut I, it is France demands would hatecnmmitted him instantlysaid bile the two seconds on the skirt of the and uuhappy. Out life bglt1lnd made off as fast as I could
the wraafs('( ." the Judge. Sam bowed his acknowledge A FEMALE DLI}:LUST. wood, and clone to the combatants, took immediately cleared up. for the wily Mr. for fear the right o"'ne of my game might
."Are )uu Hire of that, m)' lord 7" Mild metilo, and] turned with tininipaire an Wife, u hate you probed )our heart to of countenance towards Sersrcant parts, The Lives and Portraits of celebrated howcte<<: *, their face from each other, street door, and rushing violently out *t have given the fellow that look me m; MV-
the bottom 7 is it not ambition that prompts Uuzfnz. Women," from which we make a selection which Catalua seemed roost ant ions to do. the right instant contrived w ith great dexterity en times as much as I did for hU cunning '
TIU to neck reasons for repudiating me 7 fur Not sir,' replied Sam. neter t before seen in this country. They "ould Jrh.p.have quitted each overturn both Mr. Jingle, and his and coolntss.'
think not Napoleon, I mn>und.'r.tandou ; 'I believe you are in the nertire of Mr. It is an account of one Doanai Catalina other had not Catalina attendant, down the flight ohtt"p into the
art )uu sure it is the love of France 7'' Pickwick the defendant: in! this ca.c. Speak tie Eninnu, this Nun ensign&: who seems on seeing Don Juan receive a wound American aloe tubs that .to bneal' Conntbial correspondentof
E'rrord she spoke touched him to up, if )uL please, ;Mr. \'feller.'I .' rather a fiend than a "celebrated woman." and stagger cried out, "That "'1 the blown the Aftio'-A gives the following -
the quirk and thing hastily replied, mad-. mr.m to speak up sir,* replied S. .- The adventurer of the Nun.en.ign-so ( a bas and cowardly traitor!1" SPORTING REMINISCENCESOFTOMSHERIDAN. interesting incident, which took place
am I hate my reasons ; .good: ttening. I son in the Bert ice 0' that 'ere genTmen called from her habiting.. herself in the milt "Thou lie t !1" replie the second of DonFrancisco during the late trial of Richard White, for
"St.}', sire," said *hc, taking held of his and a worry good service it is.' lary uniform-are MI curious as to partakeof de Tom Sheridan, (who to kindness of heart setting fire to the Treasury buildings at
arm, t> "e mUll not part in anger.: I sub- 4 Little to du, and plenty to get, I 1111''- the appearance of romance, though: it is Catalina approached the stranger with and sweetness of disposition, added social Uashmgton : 1
nin. SUHC )ou wash it, nblllit: cheer fulJ {I\OM' ?' said Sergeant Utzfuz; with jocuIlatIIy. stated that' the documents' which prove her her dagger ni her hand : in an instant, two talents, whiih if not of the high and commanding In the course of the trial the most deter
J Ifs lit* not in my nature too pae your I existence and extravrdinury adventures blades of steel .parke in the shade; and order of his father's, were infinitely II. and celebrated thief takers have been examined
ado; 1 lute )UU too deeply. Nor hall 1 Oh. q'nte enough to get, sir, as! the Mddirrsaid |- numerous\ and authentic. This' strange be- the silence of which hud ben ins more agieeablc to those who knew him.) and. scenes of Ingenious villainy i
caw to lot'e y ou, Napolton, because amtuleate : ten they ordered him thrtehun. ing "'tis. it appears, burn at Sebastian, in tnruplH(b) the strife of the two used to tell a story for and against himself, have been w hich have inspired us
)our throne and your ide. If you dred and fifty laches,' replied Sam.' 1 155. She was compelled to take the veil, only, teas broken in upon by a deadly which we shall take leave to relate, ascommunicated with disc01, approaching to admiration.
still gu on victorious I .hall rejoice with 4 You must not tell us what the soldier but made her escape from the convent rombt. arising from no other cause than by a Virginia correspondent There was a examined ,
>Ou-il reverse comes I will lay down my any other man said, sir,' interposed the and, hating assumed male attire for the incliaUe thirst of a woman for blood.Scarcely of the Spirit of the Times ;- Mrs. Balls 11-10 bautirulfOlan, she overheard
life to comfort )ou. I will pray for )ou Judge, 'il'. not evidence.' purpose of avoiding capture, her real sex "r the hostile weapons He was staying poor Lord Craven', White tell her husband prove that he I
corning and night, and in the hope Ibid 4 Werry gad my Lord.' replied Sam. was nut discovered till the lapse of nan)' to each utter ere Don .'oppx at Dcnhain, for rather Ilm.lud,) and one in setting fire to the ba. luif.rd '
sometime you will think of roe." Do you recollect any thing particular years, during which she fought. with great fell, mortirtv wounded He asked lo a day prrtet on a excursion' is your husband 7" asked the Counsel for
Hardenrd .. he wall, Napoleon had: lotrf I happening on the morning when you were brat cry as a soldier in the New \\ urld, and priest. On rearing the agonized cry of her like with44only his dog andIsis" the She paused for a moment
his wife deeply and long ; her subuns, first engaged: by the defendant, ch, Mr. was promoted to the rank of Ensign. Her victim, Catihna's heart became vulnerable g on foot and unattended Lv com pun. a pri"ner.beautifully formed whiteness ;
;MOD to his stern r.cl\'e-her calm but Weller / said Sergeant iiuzfuz violent temper led her into many scrapes, for the first lime. She thought she knew on or keeper ; Ihe sport was baa-the birds b.ue was over her on.or
mournful dignity-her unshaken lore moved 'Yl."tI1 df. Sir, replied Sam. and she committed several murders-but the voice; and, leaning over the dyingman few and shy-and he walked and walked eyes, and pa a low dak aD drooping,
even him ; and for a moment affection Hate the goodncM tu tell the Jury what ultimate obtained her pardon both from she by the. uncertain i n search of game unti unconsciously 4* he is in Ibr State Prison yok aowcr..
truffled with ambition lie turned to tt wan.' King and Pope, and died in obscurity. light of the rtlliu; ha'fist risen fs f entered the a neighboring "And were you not in the Prison
embrace her again. But in that moment 4 I had a rcg'lar new fit out clothes that From' the history of tl.is daring Amazon features which monj struck her with horror and Squire. A very short time after he perceived Ye,, when I went to tee&my 1
tt face and form bad changed. Her eye morn.' genTmen of the jury,' said lam we extract the (folio ijlg murder duel:- advancing towards him, at the top of f Out not confined buad.
and lt hole person seemed inspired. ,and that was a particular and uncommon The Nun-ensign loved pay with a sort of nmor.Who are you then r1 be Ilit .if. his .pe a jolly comfortable looking gen- infamous\rr offence you T ." No." Were Itr youueverrbargrd
He fch W,elf in the presence of a superior circumitapce with me in those days.' frenzy ; and the tiolence of her temper reproaching&: her victim with she by a servant, Irml as i with an Infamous offence 7"
being feheledhira to the window, Hereupon there was a gr.neralh.ugh ; and rendered her disgusting to those who only' hair Just committed. for t'onict Tom tok up.
and threw it open. A thin mist rested upon the little Judge looking with angry' countenance sought amusement in it. She was theiefore "Captain Michael! de Erasno" replied I'peat..aitrd approach of the ene p that The she court was suggested t aln Baldwin,
the Seine, and over Ihe garden of that over his desk, said, You had bet. dreaded in the gaming house which she the man my. au compelled to answer thatquestion.
dying I .
Palace ; all aroind+ is silent ; among the err be careful, Sir. alwajm, made a point of visiting whenever unhappy woman bad killed her 4 Hallo! you sir,' said the Suir. when p.u. I if &summon
....l'1lhf'n In-fore them one was far bright- 'So Mr. Pick wick said at the time, my she arrived in a town in which any existed. brother within ear shot, what are sir exhibited ill her energy, lifting her bead
tr tLan! the rest-she pointed to it Lord,' replied Ham, and I was "'erry'are- One day after her return to La Conception eh 7' ) a countenance lighted up with
."Sire!" she .aid, .. that Mar is mine- ful o' that 'ere suit u' clothes ; worry: careful she was losing. A dispute arose about Pickvick; Papert.We have occasional 41 am shooting, sir,' said Tom. more than orinlr11DteU.tne and energy -
she Ta sir
to that and to your was promised empire; indeed, my Lord'The throw ; the banker wanted to speak, but ly given short extracts from th irresist- Do you know .bere'o are, lirr said I ., with taking tl ,
through me, and through my destinies Judge looked sternly at Sam for full she orders him to be silent. He replied ana able humorous to the squire. .cbat.e toy poor
present enable
to him
you hate risen ; part from me and you fall. two minutes, hut Sam's features were so word so insulting that Catalina became ,another. The papr., passage depicts 11 an here sir,' said Tom. busnd inltrumeDt to a
The spirit of her that foresaw my rise to perfectly calm and serene that he said nothing frantic with rage. "Dare to repeat that Ihe dtnoufmtnt of an in which 'Here, said the Squire, growing angry cape her rm at p rWa (time raising 1 her did arm ad
voice lU
)'aUreYrIl now romnaun""hh mv *p|. and motioned Sergeant&: Iiuzfuz to proneed. word," aid she. The unhappy man did ,a pseudo military spur the principal and do yon know where here (is sir? call that Infamous.m offeuca) I do ?J
Ht, and tells) that fate Pbese sir are ; what do you you a net
me your hangs 'err so, and had scarcely l uttered it ere Calali- part : my minor There
and universal!
BUne. Believe not if henceforth 4 Do mean to tell me, Mr. Wcller,' na's think of sir, eh l' wsss adde bunt of
me or we yon word was buried in his heat At this was an tableau. Alfred Jin
*,Ik asunder you will leave no empire said Sergeant: Ouzfuz, folding his arms em.phatit'allyand moment young and noble Castilian, Don I lie 1, Brq. alias impressive Capt was Why Ja as to your manners,' ahTom approbation every this part of tkt Court
Behind and will die ..blmt'I.Dd turning round tu the jury as F.lana cant they seem over room, recompense display of eonuubial -
you yourself botherthe Francisco Paraga, auditor general of ChUL I ttaodidf near the door his I, ate. devotion and fidelity aaa' It eeold,
sorrow and w ith broken spirit. i if in mute assurance that be would entered the With th. ,
a
room. authority ol I band soUe face, wholly un bl'
ada bad
He turnei away .ick at heart, and overawed witness }'el-' Do you mean to tell me, bit rank and office he ordered the ensign I by bit O h unpleasant situation. dont want any jk, a Squire not b. repressed, ant I found full
by the cords of one whose destiny Mr. Weller, that yon MW nothing of this to leave the house. Catalina cast a fiance I Confronting "t, ,who -' I bit Jokes, '\ 'o sir? what
, bet been so strangely accomplished. TeA fainting on the part of the plaintiff in the of bitter contempt at him, and made no I bad been inculcating same high .r you
I lays were passed in resolve and counterrtaolve arms of the defendant, which you have other reply) than to draw her dagger-her I evidently, for his left hand wu beneath Why sir,' quoth Tom my name .is A ".p-r GfeJrey KneUer
f r *, and then the link that bound bun heard described by the witnesses word sill reeking with the blood of the J coat tail, and his right extended lu air Sheridan-I am ". Craven's being that)lr. Jarvis -
to furtune was broken. Josephine was 44 Certainly) not,' replied Sam, 'J wu in unfortunate ba..ker. DVD Francisco repeat I bL wu his wont when delivering himselfjf -1 have come ott for some spotf-I ba..enot the painter, "uca. op the ."'Du
i ..rt"ed-and as be said himself at bu HeKa the passage til they called me up and then ed his order in a louder and more commanding I a impressive add rets- At -a isle distance bad any, and I am not aware that I am id bis carriage, t ai .J i
; from that hour his fall began. the old lady was not there.' voice, and at the same time seized I stood .Mr. 'tu man with indignant rets passing.: hon draw no better tbal ,
I Josephine divorced; but 1 Now attend Mr. Weller said 4 Sheridan said the Squire a won' here tbi w erk."
was her love Sergeant Catalina by the upper pert of her doublets j countenance, carefully held by his cooling b




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Pi: ;:.VSACOLdl GAZETTE. The foJlpwlnflMrpecnfublithed DC PLAtANC 52 'JId'l'" .a .A '
the comer of (Uorero* &c. AC. Just t ( .1/ ... .. II.
"" as the KArte or Baiao. opened el S .
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a Brit Monument II' I' -
JULY I, 1837. at the ST.JOSEPH MANlO4hOUSE and Dajleh-etrscU. AN ICE .
: CREAM.AND PASTRY COOK ESTABLISHMENT York >i ... ..
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The GAZETTE will bo issued every Sat Board and Lbdf per month, 844. of all kinks, every thing DRESS BQOTS. ( i-i ....Ai:
French
urday Evening at 53 5) per annum, in advance Board and Lodging, single day, 63 50. warranted of the very best quality. Gents. Fine Calf, Style, } .5

SI payable a' the eud of six months, Board and Lodging per week, 814. The proprietor bating kept and practiced' do Fine Goat Morocco, Calf Quarter, I .
Kid
or S3 payable at tb. expiration of the yearat Board without Lodging, per mouth $3Q. at elegant houses of the kind bulb in Phil do. Ladies Gaiter: Plain Lace, .1 !berdfi' \..

the option of the nibscriber., Dinners, per month, b*). adelphia and New-York, where his Ice Morocco Strap, Misses Lasting,do. Leather '-i:, 'e := .- ..
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Aoffurncucxr Inserted at the rate of Boots. ; '
Dinners, for Visitors or Guests. 81. Creams and Cakea enjoyed for many years '
one dollar fur every fourteen hats(or less,) Breakfast and Supper, each, 75 cents. a deserved repute, gives him the hope of DRESS SHOES. I'. ,; I ,. I 3dritiii

I'' fur the first, anJ fifty cents for every con*, Lodging, 60 cents. being able to please and give satisfaction to Gents. Buck Skin, Lasting, Calf Skin. Peu ( .. Eut rJd.tl' ....

tmuous subsequent insertion. I Board fur Servants per month S2O.RUDERT the inhabitants of Pennacola. The Ladies DRESS PUMPS. andt "II,' : or CoI4waw,. .-..
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AR STRONO. and gentlemen will have a pleasant and Gents. Morocco, Kid do. Latiog. cules, '103.O -.-

bit inS St. 1 1837. t"OOlarSell: with tables and good DRESS 8LIPPKRS.: meets .. ? JEANDBglirr
The" following! of drollery appears Joseph. May seats Lace
Low dES
do.
Black ofSdraUlSJSL
hie London paper a police report. It JI-:: Th Columbus Herald, Tallahassee attendants. Ladies White Satin,
hIS tll.'diesse-l up," no doubt, by the Flondian' Pensacola Gazette Mobile Register Those who do not wish to 'leave home, Kid, Harrison Ties, Kid Clasped, Pointed Tea and xjuth of Di BavoiSNAW.fromtWjVfc'

reporter, but scenes and incident not much and New-Orleans Dt"e111 invert may send their servants to procure any Vamps. Knives, Sooj.Hpoons .t
less odd and original: are actually to br the above for one month and forward bills thing from the establishment, where will Together with a general assortment Germ, .. Eastiud Soot uaud

found a'jundjntly among the congregated to this office for pa'menLTimu. be found all sorts of Syrups at a moderate comprising the finest and best stock of Fine Sheffield Nonh by said bavoa. j::
Bails Parties will SHOES and BOOTS ever offered by thelubSt'riber kets, Candlesticks, .&1t51 e cu.hEIRS .
thojjanda of that mighty city.-.V. Y. Cbm. June 10, 1837-14-51 price. Any orders for or ,
Ade. - ---- -- be punctually attended to. which will be sold as heretofore Trays, Tea and Cot.FINE OF JACOB I\

Eel Pie 'i. Mince Pic.-Four young Ali Ordinance June 10, 1837-14 JULES DUMAS. by the case or single pair. ALSO Gents. Cb 64O ACRES of3d r..leLQ,...
shopmen were brou jilt before Mr.
and %Ir. Hall chaigcd: by the police with the City of Prntacoln" pClllttl! MADAME ACHEV will give lessons I do. Navy, Boys and Youths Cloth and Silk Knives, Scissor and fine .t I Bay, near at the head thereof S t.t

hating. been found righting together in Ox May 19
V ford jtrert. No little merriment was caused Sec. 1. lie it Ordained by the Mayor) may be found in the lower story of r.lIigley' Water Proof Aprons, children Bibs, Astral Lamp Vases Mant nb. MlUer'. tract. Amount of T

by a detail of thr circumstances, of the and /ttard of Aldermen, That from and residence, at the corner of Pala I do. Calf, Goat, and Lining Skins Neats. Mantle aud Parlour Clock*, .'1. rou d WILLIAM I P. ANDtb: i 11-.

case: after the lust day of July nests it shall be fox and Romana-iucets. tier price (or tuition foot Oil Shoe Thread,8pariblesVebblnr and Polished Japan Waiter No. 217, I Lot 'on R .

On Sunday night last the complainant incumbent on all persons pur.umF.the following will be moderate, payable in advance. Sponge Paste' and Liquid Blacking, Brushes AUO, 2"U. 64 feet on Homln"'I"' ; ''

and friend and defendant and friend, ': avocations to pay to the Treasurer She will gibe 1 lesions: at tier. rooms or elsewhere &c. Ac.11 of which will be sold on An assortment of Rifle, Double and Lot on D rue-,t reel. Amount eC J

found thcmsriics in front of a pie shop in of the City (If( 1'.n5acollannually, the in the city. reasonable terms. J. S. LEVETT. Single Darn,eYowlin, Pieces, also fine F. .f. l'OJlJI\ ...

"..&rJour-.lr c'L ThccompUinant: 'a olfie- I sums hereinafter reqnired for a licence for June 17, 1831-1 -3L Mav" !-r"-I_ assortment of Pistol Tax (rodtctor01'' I;,.

tones hat 1112 i teen im..utibly olicitcd by, the fame, to wit: Superior. Fire IIrick weeks after date, I shall make ap- A fine assortment of Water coloured Pensasola, Feb. fith, 18n "

the savory MUrll, of pundry hot crl pies he For Retailing spirituous or vinous Liquors hand at M. Dunifa)"'. Brick Yard Foun to the Honorable, the Judge Paint, Book Instructions Backgammonand ....
U>k a walk into the shop with his friendtobfs'prak lets than one quart one hundred ON Pen*>acola, between 3 and 400,001)) of the County Court fur Escambia County, Chess Board,and variety of other fancy Caution to .rreall&llen.

a (0111)11Viile nusucating, dollar. FIRE BRICKS of a superior quality, surpassed for an order to authorize the sale of so articles,a completeauortment, of which ALL persons are hereby

with ,..>t irlish the 'litilo dainty, the defendant : For kceping a Bar: in the name room by none in the United Stale, those much of the real estate of JOSEPH HER will be kept up by constant supplies received -: i trespassing' en tbe LaIdI

and friend till then quite strangers with one or more Billiard Tables, eightfi )- wi hinp the article will do well to get them NANDEZ, deceased, as may be sufficient from the North, and sold ascneapas they on the Laiit side ol the bay of

S came; and railed 'for !orttthiii: ;: to ..atl" 'e dollar: here, as there i is no mistake in the quality.We ; for the payment of the debts due by said can be bought in the Southern country. between Ba>ou Latrucha and i.

The attentive pieman inquired which the For keeping a Nine or Ten Pin Alley or alo make hard: Urickx ,,'ht'nValilinr.. deceased. \%?M. hTKDMAN.: India, belonging to JAMCS A.Dlnt..
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ieull.m..a: would choose lied, \ice or a Shuffle Hoard, twenty far dollar J AMES & STARK MANUEL IIERNANDEZ, 3- CLOCKSand WATCHES of every as the penalties of the law wil.I! be --.c.

mince.?"* Tin 1 defendant, turning up his SEC. 2. lie it furrier Un/fl lltf/, That: Jjj-: The Mobile Register and New Orleans Administrator. description carefully repaired. ag-iinst all trenpasseri.JOSEPH

1- noe, tidionly. oti-cTtrd. 11 a loud any person who obtains) a licence, under the : lice, will please, publish the aboveonce Pcnaacola, May 31, 1837-13_ April, 1837-4 E. ML'RRILL> Jl *
1 toneoftoicr '. Ilt' | fit for In above Ordinance, and uho"hall nut keep : March 18. I IS37-2
epiei4onli cur I;I a ucck for mx months and forward -Notice. undersigned having obtained Let ---- --
1 give, mc a mince 'nii.:; The (oe.ll'lc Cater be- on ordeily and well regulated& IIOUH, rhall their accountstliroinjh: the office of the Pen- THE. of Administration on the estate Joseph Bowers -- ---
the date hereof I shall ,
he thereafter weeks from
I ( k-Minj, and not Incorrectly! th.it the dl,'- forfeit his I licence, and bhall aculn Gazette.June SIX of CHARLTON THOMPSON deceased S.. I
for the Honorable the County ,
excluded from a licence to p
obtaining
any
I parading rein irk wa lctellrd at 'linn turned 10 18J7-14-6ro. notifies all } In Chanwi.
hereby to whom said Henry
of the privileges aforesaid.Src. Court of Escambia, County, (or Letters of r persons cs Penny and f
I. round and UK rung the speaker\'; full in tale is indebted, to present their accounts John D. (; j
Olailitf.rhat Administration the estate of JOHN N. ry.
itUull on
'' 3. lie itfuither ,
1 Ia "
/ice. %mjj Wlj n tiLing laullh, votAhleJ 3InrsIml'" Sale.
........plm Marshal wiihi C. STOCKTON deceased. legally attested for settlement, and all those appearing| to me
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ugi> i h'.I';'.. .. ,.... ,. indebted to come forward and settle the couipJajnant's
with. Thmra a touch on the raw, thedefendant's a-y- (i r thc( ronuneiirrntr'fit ofeurh JOHN BROSNAHAM. sohcu.r; that Job
ii month being one of the annual quarter, to wit : inenrxt of July', the| of Iternanlo. Pargas, deceased. Pen eola, May 27, 1837-12 same. Gray U .n inhabitant of tio.Trrriton W...
1t'1'.'' from to car" first", of Ot-totxT, the first of January and r. ANNA THOMPSON. Adm'f. re:>i ur rAr dr-jcnpuons the "-
; demands
the first of to call on each required .irtucio7an//hx1rcuftftef? { ;1 LL person.h "inc any a- NATHAN Adm. District .
: so walking! up to tht complainant he declared April person ? '.icot.- lat THOMPSON ( }Florida it u tbercfort
to obtain a Licence, fur a Might I I of r BY ( .;:' ;n ,ayUtAt! ..!I.. ,tTT.. MayA) 1837-11 that si5.
br wac competent tn" *trll vi p any I Uf"I front. the Honorable the Superior o I. __ ." _. .L_ ._ .L_ .,_j":: ___ __ publication be made fur tie- __k!;..
''i; nine ftun man in company." The complainant tile ame, and if such Licence !han noi Court of the Western District of Florida, oy notinea to prewu mem 10 me unucr- *-n.4ilf\|.. some iieHgpaper printed m UK IHstJrk"itiVl'Vl'la
exhibited to the 5.&,"*- I.' the Mayor, authenticated within the time invited to be made 'tOt "..,,, >
2 : replie I lie \\ellht'unl! }'eight stone' report in favour of nall rdc, .Pargns deceased signed duly ARE deepening *- ; ->ni to ippcsraa5 .
I out his plm-k was! rquoa'ltJ' time; and ifatsy who duty it shall lie to enforce ihe penalty mil() a .iitM Raymond A. Doriicro, I have prescribed by law, and those from whom channel over th* DOG RIVEH: .tint"er the llill bit tJ nt-inu, ........; ........ .ts....

bod v threatened.'' v.1 1'" him, the person prrnrribsd by the Ordinance to which levied upon: and attached NI Arpen Lot of tH) >Hare due will make inunediete pay-, BAR in the Hay of Mobile, so asks exhibit Monday of June .next, or Us -. '

wlio did ?o would$ tani: a ch nice of getting tins: tan amendment.Pa ground, situated: the suburbs of the Cityof ment. J.V.. A. PETTIT, Adm. at least 12 feet water the louest tides. will be taken for confes rtj Iud the _n-j

** veil vopjK-d" 'lum elf. This being construed ed J line 2l'lh. 1837. I'ensicul.i; know m number :1)7 containing May 201837-'L The distance to be Kxcatalcd is about' and things thvtrin tircrcid: arrotdish..
?1. CRtrrcn, Clerk.MR. one mile and a half. Giteu under my luuJ at 1'cuijcouu
into u challenge) by tlic defendant. 11W English: feet front on the new street ; tb
undersigned havingnbtaincd Letters lUih of Marcti
day 18
he nlrnck the anJ ctl.'cd! 172 'r A chart indicating the width and 7.
complainant a .general 1JUUCIU Uaylcn, by feetd> ep, which will of Administration on the estate a"eragedel'l
f fijht: look place, Inch) \\as ended by the JAS. J. JONES respectfully' informs offered for .*ic on the 5th cIty of next of JOSEPH HERNANDEZ: deceased h of excavation may l lie seen bv' application C. EVUBt
between the to Licut, llainard, Local Judge Cutinty Curt, Ls.fr.
August hours Enyi-
police. often and
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twoprcscnlwd
the Voting. Luli's and (:Jentlc- all having de- I't
: hereby requires peron Mobile who ufafola, .March 11, 1 1BU7I.NOTICE.
at
fleer will
Mr. CouKint nokrl! \,; the iompl.iinant if he It. by law.JAMES : altogoe any In. .
men of PeiiMCola and \icinity. that ht"hUllrru'f"d m mds against! saul cMaie, to present them -- -- _
hal m ule any alic ion to the size of the dcc.ndmt' in tin and will : \V. KXIJM Mirhnl, formation; that may be required ai to the
city open a legally attested fir awttlemcnt, and all 1 per-
work to be ,
f mouth J ELLIOTT: ( IIEADINGTON) performed.The
DANCING SCHOOL) on 7&IInd,,!! KMng soils indebted to said estate to make immediate 'in 111: i
The he had) Proposal' must state; imderMgneJ 'lru'teeothf .
complainant: replied : said / Drirjty Marshnl. llitprice |iacuilime -
mometIuitg next, at Mr. Cullins hotel, if snflicient) JL
altoni it after he had indirectly is extended him.PlIULIC June 10, 1837-11-51: paymrnt. yard of excavation. The Contractor cola Lund Company and Ajtstsfo
to
cncounicemcnt VNUEL IIERSA DF..z .
Ynxanda
tx'Cil "dUrol a4 Mioh.' finding all the A9 otialion, 1.t'rtLII1.n,
iiecLi.sary! dmJgmg
; ana ,
May 13 IH37-10-Pt AvThv.
Mr. Hall-I "lIJ'po.ean crl pies i i" not I lee olh..r'ednf"l4tlil lnn4hnrJII Sale. :-. chinery, ves-eN, scow*, &c. ili.a he H in be oinptlleu 'lor tu |'4wn
given evening.
considered to l he so) .great: a dainty as the for'which every the best! Music I will bi\ lurmhed. ", {- Sa"tiago:0'bie 1.r:. lltor oflonat. ,!'raicisc,' SIX weeks after date: I will apply to Tim importance of tin prof o.cd im lion of the .iid t'J1111)4le| ) 'a (jri{*rtTtokfCttl "

other ort of pie ? Good references be if / Hon. the County Court of tacam-. provcmeiit of the Dog River llui to the in in the piuMctiiiouot' .n1 inonirtMli
can required.
who (given: -: let of Mobile and of tri>|.a-iny II tl.e l...lItJl of the said
The
las-
picmun; \vat present, conceiving rs. bit County, fur Letters of Administrationon I commerce generally,,
this to I loe a capital opportunity to display Mr. JONCS can be seen at all times at Mr. Itaynoii'l! .4. Hotlem. the extate of JOHN N. C. STOCKTON makes desirable, thai Ihe "urae prose- pail)' in. any m-iniitr wliuteier, by aid

his gastronomic proficiency, l'aid- Collin Hotel. BY \irlueof an execution, to me directed decel-ed. cuud'lIh the tiliiu t tigour. 50.UJU cu- injury rnalesiilt.. The cutting data aresuuuo

Heel pied, )'Cr wo-hip, aiia chalked up a June 24, 1837-15 fr<.m the Honorable the Superior PHILIP A. STOCKTON. hir)'ards will be required to be rxcaiattd I tug: .."y j.t-nc ol motor from Ituid

penny i it made of fish *ttli their head and --- -...--- --- -- Court of the Western D trictof Florida: Pensacola.! : May 27, 1837-12C'rcat by the tat' June, 1HJ7, or sooner if the ur l Laiid.4, la ojK-ciall: futbiddcn.
tails and hind! idf*. and all on it, choppedup II t: p'Jblicare hereby notified that the in fauiur of Bernardo Pargas deceased, and UllrgnhuiCAN ;-- r.uigements. of the Contractor, will permit. The Laiul be.U bv lUe ...ia C'wtiptcta.

together; but ich pie* an I eIs) ain't 'I' STAGE AND STEAMBOAT MAIL nff.iiii't Raymond A. Dordcdo I hate Thieetizititeof cost for the proposed improvement extend (roul the Hay ofl'rnmula,, ar
be had the
only mile \itli the \\err)' best sand or silver LINE between Mobile and Augusta, h> levied upon and attached an Arpcn Lot of in DRY at GOODS Stores of the Subscri is Sl5JtOJiJ, ol uhic.'i: fc 0UiXJ I tent lo Pessaeulz, to the ia)C1U Teia1i'l. ..

heels, cleaned in thn-e voters. Now ifyou way of Pensacola: : will be kept up by the ground Militated in the Suburbs of the City &c. Hats. -!ISa'Jdlary I hive been appropriated for. the term of r to King's tnct. '1 hey emaran s

wants a *!lap lip ininrc, ':nh a crust imdcrxiffncd, and that: every possible at. of Pcn-Mcola known as number 37 containing sellat; as they are determined to 1837. portion of the King tract; the; mal
"a.--" t trntion will! be paid to the accommodation 11W Knglnh: : feet front on the new ; Cost for Cash. Persons desirous of. 20 per cent of the amount earned by the t from Hayou 'IVx.ir to lime lItter Lamb,

The pieman'! description wa here cut o f travellers, on the route.WM. street called Baylenby 172!feet deep, which purchasing at wholesale are informed that I Contractor Hill be retained until the completion on, the 'line ol the l Ic
short very much to his mortification. '1'. STOCKTON, nil! be offered for sale on the 5th day of long credits will be given, if secured by of the work according to the terms I and III i Ihe ticmiiy of the hMrwute, a

The bench desired) all parties to retire PHILIP A. STOCKTON. next August, between the hours of ten and have mortgage or undoubted paper. They also of the contract shall have been declared. cither I'I'C cf the IUH'r tmbraccWt ':;

and try to wttle matter: lie of( thr mouth June lJ837-10-if txtoas prescribed by law. on hand a general assortment of Groceries Address g..', Island, they extend on the BiaUf

for a long tim? refused to be pacified ; but For -li"I1&- --- JA.lt'iV.. KXUM, Marshal be sold and other heavy goods, which will Capt. W. II. CHASE ) Koad?, atnl inclii'lc! tht tract: called' left
at the lowest market
at l length an amicable arrangement: was entered ELLIOTT IIKADINGTON, prices. or > Mobile: Tract, 2 mile from tutu n j thief eatfw
into, and the ('uI'e uasdi. .* cd. The three story BRICK HOUSE Deputy Marsha! JERRISON & FOSTER. Lieut. J. G. BARNARD. ) the tr..ct called Belmont tmbracrsf ill

.at Ihe corner of Palafox and Ro- June 10. 1837-11-51 May 27, 1837-12 Pcmacola, April 22, 1837-7 wo Fort*.
1.Aic"tJ'h"t do yon think of sin* :nanastrert''ill be rented from In.hnrll IX month from the date hereof, the -_ After this notice, found bit
persons
etc; hlesstrdncrs! f''said a gentlemen to his and after the first of September next, eith. James Sale. S undersigned will apply to the Honora Nev- HIJrlll1;' tioodIC.ELGAST plssiulg, will ne prosecuted tu the SUM

(riend'h)'." !s"t)s he, U to Single cr by the month or for a longer time. Along Quin, bit, the County Court of Encambia County Embroidered Muslin Capes I extent of the law.WM. .

blessedness,' it will do hut certainly can: l lease will be preferred. An early application Alexander Gordnn rs.and Allen for !final settlement of the estate of Lace 1 lldkf and Collar I II. CHASE, TnttttPrnicola
only" be regarded as half so bleated eu double will be McCasktll. THOMAS WRIGHT deceased.BENJ'N Silk Nett Gloves.
2 lKJtf-17-tf
\ virtue of July ,
blc. tdne necessary.WM. an Execution to me directed
B -
s. A. BELL. from the Honorable D. WRIGHT, Adm. May day Muslins.

June 21, 1837-16-Ct Court of the Western District the of Superior ."1.-- May 13, -18'17-10 Black Italian Lutestring. TJiK:: i'ioiuu.tMail

For Mntnor; (T xnlll.) Sale of Valuable Heal Estate ida in favor of James Quin and against ANexandcr Notice. Figured! Cbally
Large 3ilk 8h.. I,. Line.
The "
fast nailing Schr. ALEXANDER
Gotdon and Allen McCaskill, I WISHES a situation in this city in a

.6 Lamb master will leave NO'iTcI:. have levied upon and attached a Water Siore and will work for Silk Gauzr Embroidered: and Satin Ribbons.Hose From MoLIic A la. to An r '
in a few day for the above tort. SaliII small ,
( running 2 saws raid through the ,
Mill
situs wages and
N pursuance of an order of the Honorable summer can do. do. gas eorgla.
For p.uage only. pp'y toG I led on Clear Creek five miles from Black give good references. Aprons.French
the Judge of the aur.entl.man
Court of
Superior Muslins. Mobile t. ..
};(). W. DARKLEY. Water LEAVES e.ery other -
the District of West Florida in the County of Escambia which wishes such a young man: will please'
Penxncola
: at apply For sale by A. M. per ,
June24 1837-10 a auier Caamfaa
will be offered for .. at Collins Hotel. B.
.Ie.t Public Auction C. DEANE.
I shall proceed to sell at Public Auction, on on NORTHROP & GARDNER. 'toe I'ensacola, Steauib.ili: Hence II Ueiulu
'VI::;
inform lh* public of Pensacola, that the Auction Store of Henry )Michelet in the City of Pensacola between the A--LL persons indebted to the es'ate of and Chaiuiiouchfr, flssi,
!
j .a' we intend slopping he-e all Summer and in the City of Pensacola, betn een the hours hours of ten and two o'clock u prescribed LORENZO PLA, deceased, are here- Stationery, &c.: DunarUge, finderton, llaukrmilktoUersviitu

::7 will supply the Market in the morning or of 10o'clock, A. M. and 4 o'clock, P. M. by law by required to make payment without delay THE KUbscribers hate received a !general and 1.tJunIUe. Augusta, Os.lo.
hour the with LIVE all the right title estateinterest ; JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal and all those of H'rATIUNE1truan- i
any in day FISH onboard : claim and having claims against iug a continuous line throughout, eeing .-
of the Smack at the wharf.* demand of George \\".and Mary II. Smyth I };LLIOTleIlEAVINGTON, said estate are required lo present them I prising the following articles, viz: Blue at Augusta with the tbarlesfajHoad iii

RODERT PARKS. of in and to the following valuuble REAL Deputy Marsha properly attested! for settlement. I l laid cap Paper, olain and--- -ruli-d-----, .-.,whit...... bm'.. .... Cars and Steam Packets far I*
June ESTATE June 10, 1837-___14_-_ 5t i do do.; do:; blue laid Letter do. do. do.
24, 1837-Ifl-3tNOTICY._ __ viz: I __ __ CHARLES EVANS Gilt ; i ink, Norfolk and Philadelphia.' }
One tract of Land 400 Wanted PABLO PALMES edge do. do.; Fancy coloured do.do.
containing ar- ; A .
,
pasM-ngiT&: taking ,In.* pusaqlelWl'iIJ
pens, situated five miles from Pensacola, GOLD, SILVER and U. S. BANK Testamentary Executors.,. Fancy col'd Note, do.; Dragj-itts and Tea \\ reach Ciuriwton with __ tf tI
SHALL attend at my office, next dow known the 6 mile 13 1837-10 do. ; Large and small Wrapping do. Bonnet crrlai5t7,
I as place. &", either in large or small May ; all weather und at season tb!* a ftimcalloued
any
to the (
Navy Agent's, on Monday,, One Lot No. 282 the of Pcnua- fur which Boards; superior Opaque Quills do.
in City rum, liberal' ;
premium will be NOTICE. maures the arrival ...* i
Tuesday and Htdmitday, the 26th, 27Aat Steel Pens Black and Red ,u.
; Ink
cola, fronting 80 feet on Intendencia paid. ; Indelible
street<< unforeseen *
<*28A. for the purpose of COLLECT, HENRY AHRENS, Esq.' of this City, do. ; Sealing Wax and Wafers catastrophe should oeet- I
170 feet Pen
by with House thrreon. and
a JERRISON ;
deep, & FOSTER. probably' New York **
INC TAXES, payable in Pensacola 01 duly authorized Alf'ntand! At. Pocket Knives the ninth fir, t
Ivory Folders
One Lot 226, north of Romana street, June! 10 1837-14-31 of the first ; ; Wood and but *'
about
Alabama to the 29th. torney or old "PE. SACOLA bcinj a 350 miles I-od trswt- L
money up Jap'd Sand Boxes Black
containing 80 feet front by 170 feet deep. ; Sand ; India Ituib- that
the .
ASSOCIATION to whom over finest hvad fc
ELLIOTT IIEADINGTON Taken all of natuiai
One half Lot No. 214, on Romana street tip, sums money ber; Ink Stands, assorted ; Wafer St.tmpm
due .
Sheriff Escambia Count,. containing 40 feet front by 160 feet deep. Pensacola,on the2d inst. I to them must be paid, and all communications do. ; Best Lead Pencils ; Silver Pencil Case : country.The
,
June 2f. 1837-10-It One half Lot No. 215, on Humans street I man, who .a his relating to the Lands in West *, Leads for do.; Hound and flat Rulers low pressure coppered and! fOflJ

NOTICE.N containing 40 feet front by 100 feet deep LIn is TOM. He ia6 l'et 4j| Florida, may be addressed Camera Hair Pencils ; Visiting> and Play;; known fastened steamer Champion is 11I-- o.

:N ELECTION for a member of theLI One undivided half of Lot No. 86, con high, says he belongs JAMES S. IIUGGINS. ing Cards ; Sup. and common Water Co to need deacriptiou) the _*
on Santa Usa Q
Board of Aldermen to fill the vacancy taming 79 feet and one inch, fronting on I White of Mississippi Pcnsacola, May 6, 1837-9 hours; Fine Morocco Wallets ; Blank Acc't tahoochee Sound ma bay tI

occasioned bytheresignsilonnfMr. Charles I Government street by 132 feet on Palafox who purchased him from William Notice, Books, asaorted ; do. Letter and Record and the river, are adapted lottem* ta
Lc Baron will be held the street Thomas of Virginia. Tom is black and indebted do. Bank aud agents of the stage line ferap'
on Friday 30/A cornering on both streets and oppo- ALL persons to the subscribers ; Pass do.; Copy Book and Uipdatian .** .
June at the office of the Board site wean large brass rings in his: Plate teams coaches aad
of Alder. the Public Square. ears. The open account, are ; Bills of Lading aworted .
respectfully do. 'Ex
requested -
plea under the superintendence of Au-o.-Lot No. 28 on the Bay of Pensa owner i is. requested to come forward and to call and close the same by cash change ; Cargo and Slave' Manifest; Blank are not to be surpassed in the &tf-l.. **

HENRY MICHELET. cola, and Lot No. :34 on Redding street prove his property or said Negro will be or note, without further notice. Those<< Check Books; Almanacs, assorted ;School country.The Iid IiP

ROBERT A. MITCHELL, Terms, which will be favorable, made dealt with according to law.JOHN havingclaims will please to present them 'and Mem.Slates ; Piano and Guitar; Music. steamer Champion beiif If JJ

M. CRUPPER, known on the day of sale.JAMES 8TUCKY, for settlement. Together with a variety of Miscellaneous arrangement attached to the uIIdp"the

In "Ctor'. M. SMYTH, I Jailor Escaaibia County. JERRISON & FOSTER. and School Books all of which will be sold proprietor flatter IbIIIIIt1'they ... 1 1tr J a.It

Penncola, June:atla, 83716NOTICE. Guardian of George U'. and Mary II. JJThe Jackson Mi.iuJppllQill May 27. 1837-12 for cash or approved paper. arc now offering to the pobfic IfJ.. Ith
please to insert the above (our limes the most expedition and nfertftb'-! '-.
Smytht infant keirt of Samuel ." and T. B. "
Smyth JERRISON
7 dcceated forward the account to SIX months after date I will apply for T. B. J. & Co. will be CO. between the South and the NortV. ,t,
weeks after date, I shall make JOHN STUCKY. settlement of the estate of OEO. supplied with all The cafe and ,
ap- II. MICHELET the interesting atwJJ
SIX Auctioneer. new publications, immediatpiv. !
______ (1. It
Pensacola GRAHAM deceased : _...... *
_. .a.... tojhe Honorable_ ,_ the_ Judge! Pensaeola. June 17. 1837-I -6t June 10 1837-14 to the Hon. the Judcf their arrival Mobile.. -Any- Book n,1 -the amo th. hard ntuisI-- res ".
01 me tx>ontr court of cambia Coooty -- 01 the County Court of Escambia CuntjRICHARD or Sta and the accommodation afford aM'
Caution SIX weeks after date, I shall to the tionery not on hand, will be 0&ia
for Lr.uen.ol to the apply procured at
Administration the Public. WOODS ler
on estate Honorable the Adm the shortest notice speed, certainty, com fort an-I-lJ
of WILLIAM McVOY deceased. TilE undersigned feels it due to the Court of Escambia, County Judge of for the County March 18, -1637-2-13t April 1837-0 variety which the I'rvprie1Orl....JS cSt
ELIJAH GA VLOR. to put them on their guard Letters of LV entitle the ilafl*
6uterprUe
against Administration the l\IBEI1. to a targe -
on Estate
Peosacola, June 31, 1837-18-6w an accomplished swindler, who ALBA Jr., deceased. of PETER THE Steam Saw MUI at \v arm and Cold JJnlhs public patronage. '. Ii
Eaptrranz
calls himself JONAS PLATT a Lottery E. I AT the Barber Shop, on Palafox At Chatohoochee w. W aral
OEO. W. DARKLEY. on cambia Bay, Is now in street,, Florida
NOTICE. Broker, who haa been in this place for don to Mr. Levett's branch line !!
operation and Shoe four
t June, lan-II the proprietors will Store, (( horse post coaekeiJJ
mint-TV days (rem the data hereof I some time and left my house without pay. LUMBER of the best furnish which can be bad (rom 0 o'clock in the otber day) via Macoti Go.gularly to.... 11Ua
JL stall make application to the Honor Ing his bill He had when be left to my Jtoperior lUflcg, &.e. to bills or otherwise. The quality, according mornlnf until half.past 8 in the evening. with the 'line from JJawp J

i able, the Jud e of the County Court 01 knowledge, only one black coal which be TU5T received from Philadelphia, via eellence of the Timber on well the known ex April 2frh, 1837-8-tf Uaricn and Savannah, Ga Uatt
EeeambU County, for permission to wl wean constantly and e Ne-orlel, two dozenof"Tryon's"celebrated water of L--
green pair of pan* Pensaeola Day and the admitted DDuab for 1831. All baggage bales Of
I so much of the Real Estate of ANDREW taloona, also a pail of Uk check do. which RIFLES. Also a pair of very of Steam sawed Lumber induce superiority 'p B. JERRISON & CO. have ,of any description .*..rmet, or 1ft'e "
MITCHELL th. subscribers oq hind
deceased be superior PISTOLS -
u..m satisfy and wean only on particular occasions, with mafcogany
witha cue to -a. our ejtW
.
hope for extensive i variety Annuals for sea.roP04U or PMCbw fZ
E: diachargt:: debi of the said pair of silver and apparatus complete all of i order the present 'iI'
estate re- sperauith while glasses which will Order without .
*
i roalning be sold .to be left at the tore of Ander [year, won; which are, the Orienu) An pawcngers at the. rt** "
uupaid. He at reduced *
U ,
supposed to have lone to Marianna. very price for cash. son & nual the spective owners thereof. ,
ABRAM MILSTED It U Intention In ( & A Norwood.W. Magnolia, Lady'e Album IIg.
my tare to take this FOSTER. morbt'a
M5glriLl
Ittff f,8" ANDERSON Annual Pearl Jewel i Mansion Jbuit
4 PensacoJa May 11.1Sn' riI&mu Dds, **. aU| of
J
d .M4,, ll 7-UI-4. ANTOINE COLLIN& -For Sale. \YhlebUI be STOCK "
sold
at reduced

# ONE DOLLAR will be paid for the tC Jane;- The 17, 1S37-1 FJoridiaa-&Tallabuaee A PIANO FORTE, of superior tone Books T. B. and JERRISON Stationary A CO. April M, tm-a pnera. BLANK Bills of DINt ...
1 it reloetted arid workmanship will '
: Oft application.at paper this of&May. 14th, 1831, I to publish thle adTertiaement 3 j i if early' application is made, to be eold low HATE. received and oAr for isis a 'O D : TflTD Deeds. Juttlcca BJuii;!.! .,
I t Jm. and forward the variety of BOOKS % of Sale
May 13, 1W7-10 I sent account for A.c.pay i May27, 1837-1 T. B.?JERRISON & CQ. ARY Ac. cte. GovErnment. STATION.Street. 1.xkw.d out NOT1fftftj1 aaf,t w I'l

April I, 1m.-c-( AT THIS 0FV'JVE. tale atA Olb. milp.


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