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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 29, 1837
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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.
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-. the \-. Y. ." ". "T. |IK C wa< to engage 'ats for the next per. be clad to know what) was his business ) .lellJ ansi longed. Her heart ).c..nnN North should not permit the fugitive !slav memory. .ndeirf..uealaaft pnn* 1
.\ PLOT Hill A FA!III'!! (urn1n..I'. the\ ""r..cI'M'idrur lie did trills her. 11 was enough : his pi'.ion w apine < after tht e"t and splenlororthecoiduoua to b given up to his in ister at all but ceitamly the writing out of this, a a til UM JBaterial I
f r\ JOHN I>MAN. l hut ;i.k where hc ,honld Mid the Al nd> uf in a moment t and muttering I'le trapper's bride, and throbbed to hf not' without a jury trial. If a hors has partly faded from oar recoUcetitt. lih
It was a moinenlou-i day for vounj Ituh- :\\ilkin-oii.audfoitliuiih! prueeednl ill I I scarcely! intelligible apology for intruding freed (run the capricious control if th" was stolen ani old in another state, hi. I surely a pity that so much utea and ds>
ardN di1Miee. ihi on which one of the lhit: dirt-rilou.. to what end we hJl dintover .. at an untimely innment, the quondam lov.j premier-UI'; but she dreaded the failure owner could not obtain him hack \ibuu' rotten should be thrawra away 1 hi a emv
t t".Oru ans theatrital, I manage-in came up presently.i I j er made hn.encape at full speed| and wa ouih and the fury of I Slioshonihusband a trial and a negro1 right to his which brings backnothing but nilla UM t
tI.tnrrl.lc'k"t'nr II, .viih our of the',i iIetrtis, at the moment of hi* arm alas ,,I eratified, hr meed: out at the front door, They panel ; the Indian. girl IIcart should b valued a bihlla. .man's property hands o(it* supporters. AbulitkmttiB Ca
,Jet aeh men I", into w hu h the company w UK : \\ M-nlfd nt the piano tr IIIg, or III pro ; by the distant round of a full and right ar the mad cap traveUei more mad in hor e. She reefed the anecdbt do nothing to soften the feelings 01 the eu.
broken ur. for thr umrrcr! ranipiicu.OKI I I -iou.il ;phrase rt hea .iiiK a new yony 1 meirv p..1 of lauchler, m which he coulij than ever, with his I thwarted ua."" uu. of a justice in one of the Northern states, tit, or the condition of the slave. W. presume
Mr Mddleircr wns a dovv n--aiter, :I"! nil u hu h .!ie proponed to make a >CII from the ttry henit of Connerlieut ; nndHlioii I I that eieinn' ; and she uan MI mud son plau-d her p3flt and it was n.> d..tc. and the of th? r>Uu.hom! I MU lad before him, respecting the owner own knowledge and observation whea abs
!h he had Ix-cn lour: cncu h planKcd ciig.ijred in her ta-k, thai fie had been III until she s *a"oii dUlr. and she had e .,uu.; a clamor of angry TOICCtva ship of a slave, told the claimant that he says that the North is despised at the f
III Mi"!issippi to forget! ini'ch of his I the riMiin while .lieKjiig a eotipKif \erM-*. departd to win ni ) in other .huard in Its lodge, with the sound of "lRle ,something more. 'h.t nun South, because her people refuse to Interfere
born and bred reverence for Ihe Sahbath.% ;,. before die tieeainu Uare of his prenenec. thiatrieal! rtffion?, that he been me B"ae blows, and of ihc female weeping and lamfiilinp. ( you hare ?" was the iespon .J with slavery." Certainly the North b I
-*sid haJ n. scruples alin..t making a traileiflcrsundown 'I he olJ CHOW hid ne er heard u piano be of the ingenious dct ice by which she had Alllilht, as the trappr lay ton WUIt"! said the. ju nice, a bill of sale (run placed in a very interesting predicament
'. on .'tU.tloIlII hl ; i.r, inVrd fine-or, fur that matter a Mini siLlier. kindly, as wrl us elderly, kept more than sing on h .pa a soft percd at ht) ''-and this saidli (;rimke, between the oPI inll"autnna) slavery
< at :ii\ lime of ihcrlork on the real :i fr.un the lip of a pretl' young wuman; her word wlh his anxious father. the door of lila loJgo His mistress abut is what the cl ninant r.tr fugitive slav and abolitionism., A portion ober citizens
,Sunda\-elf. altho-i:h he bail! not lnniiiccin i iau i and i if nhe had htuditd! the ("'I III for a month I I'. S. Should a iy capable playright think : tremblins before him. She was ready tifollow should b ruirt to haveasailed the institution and sy tm of
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; s. scorei' .' 4 nlthoiitfh Inovucil ,..,.r..I'': oilten liHpit indiee. and put him into ate- j I I< .-.. (.tree, I .would su ccst the addi- J In an instant he was up anJ out. Hi rlshouls where the principal part of th< have been hated and coadtmtMd by tb.
(slaves: iftki'ii III |'t:,\''hn" ..f "..,.) iii- ..... ... ...1 I........... 'Iu... k. "'t ktiou. ha. 1111f a fa ton red lot r for the dtmsel, a hash two prime horses, sqie and rwift o( ..nl" 'n are NuetP fm thiministry. South, and a price baseven been sat upon ,
$fl4a-. ;:1111ultlth $In* .0,1: dunk juli j.s. ehaini". cr.Mr I I I' >.|>. .....f ... I.... uo.. .no lj Iitaml|v (nuts and of #rrjt windiih stealth]' These .tudfnts never drank in I their heads. The lint majority of the
ake J II i'id ai 410'Miiikrr's' loo, and vvc.irrat liiclnrd Saddle-In'e, senior, hat I j but pennilfMs xontli, in whose behalf it quiet, they were brought up and saddled ; the spirit liberty. She had herself sat Northern people feel that they have nothing
oarh vv'u-u m a 'pa. Hni. a* t cfl|| and workul linnet If up into a cry re!j>ectal -. \vnlramtittcally: \ honest to extort: I and in .few injincnta, he and his putswere under the preaching:of a Northern Irsh- to do with Southern slrveri--they an lick '.
readllv$ as thecr\' lrt. or wor-l. ofnatural ', l te;.e t.iteof inoroM'iit'i', durni): hi* walk ; got round sum of money)' from old square- careering over the snow, with wind tertan minister in Suulh'r pulpit ur of abolitionism, colonizationiam and all$ .
b'tin 'i'I .uid itimHern, .ItNt..t bid hi* M t llIfJ.lI-e, h iij IM-CH lo ci.e the toes, as the price of his'son's discnthialment the whole ( country was covered. In the 0 my years, nnd never heard or ihe other impracticable abortion, which
.. called eagcntsMif c c they ha J made no alluded! to from the desk. Sheesuld have beets ( the intended benefit of
; >hh >ii' 11, perlaiiiniiftii haMts a'IHI! charaechtrd a ier>' uncraeioiiji piece uf hhnniiil. for their journey ; days must cl,ipn. I irvrr r"rllt. that while sitting undei the negroes of the Southern slate*-and I
.Siddetnmor! WHS nor ,, toin-hiiifT tier mode of life |>enerally'. | From 'lla > WOIM- titan bis m-iiililxmr! ) *. the aissi! the lurk sue had! pla>ed nuts his i'stip' The two rival bands, however, had notIon nnd mountains and prairie they traversed become a 113\'C CJHlcr. If he had he h.d the generous South." on aceosml of 1

lie ;)f n ,phy vtas t<. hi- tout asDininatMHi :I In ai i tin |iirlietilur ; but isis e'i tcmpei p ; been mingled in this social 'manner, w ripped mall the delalon of winter not been recreant to his duty, if 'IM.k..n| this negative feeling of neutrality, we .
: '" $4 Ct.r. I It inav bel.irn .emcd in HOle Situ at his !' can).. before their anrient jealousy begun to breakout For the present, they thought o( of ihe wickedness slavery as he ought I should like to be informed. If any thing i.
I I, hou ht% iMi. itn w t. torn 'I like use coiiMgc; of Hob Acres, under tinwitclu I in a new font The ,senior chief of the nothing but flight ; urging their horses forward htitte: done, the memory of this. deep an has provoked this, it must have been IheMckly ) r
CC1t IW> and w rath "Iwilil vv a d toldorr r)' of ITT! KOIIJ ; and ulun he tumis I Hio.homc was a thinking man, and a man over the dreary wastes, and f.uc'IJ I would have been spircJ: to her. Tht sentiment of sympathy for the II
iea tOrI I I. : tl. b14 I .;11 *''fl ) vciisttI., fur wlioni IKited ..n } 1.11 '-lk.. m:inner. and J m..!t irn I r I'erce ; listened to their ntt"oe ofnmorality the )'cll( the pursuer.At I and decided in fat or of slat\cry. which has been so generally infused into h
r.rd: And < hcMtd Mini I "aKds "i tiblc Miulc, mt tIes! him to a chair, and i and rHiemn (( rom the early r.U\I, the S'tos'ionie: btcimc I Northern churches were dMCr against abo Northern resolutions upon the subject of
kv & 1 s l"r.'Hi" i lt v d h iy all i tlr UIIII.tt"'I..II oijniiftelhcr I anxiety to kuou what )had; white men, and attended their devotional aware of his Mounting his "wlfest litton lectures. One of most dislm slat cry. The South ha never asked the
: V III ol. .!.I.u. .tlil I c 111. .I'rt..nII'r the ///,!*'.,of hi* eompan exercises lie hind uh, r\d the effect of home. he set out in hot pursuit. le soon I gui Methodist preachers in the South North fur its sympathy but has invariably ".
atJ "Ii 11I I. hid hro i;hl up liti.iiIhr : -(!h':1"a bit ..r.15 M!!! NX ll- II all this in delating the tribe in the Illma lound the Iralof) thefugititcs, and fpurtdj ern states har come down (ions the Northto 'returned it back with scorn and derision. .
.::11. innerHe .>f In- own 1"11. and lathmulh Ilit at half n t tion of the white men ; nnd by on, in hopes of overtaking the married the sister of a planter Miss Griinke 11.lb.t the white at the
It'f _. '. t. 1, V \ U V4i1htl: .11'\ti'mm. r.:1'kit in him as \ulid hnenc tokt a superiority; over their ignorant had drifted tic light snow into the prinu holder. Northern ministers, who were set not put down slavery When the South
111" ..1 I '1'j I 1 and k< pmc m i..' ) I mifqmto.This j Kuuw. He accordingly as .cmbed his people made by the horses' hoofs. I tied at the South, never alluded to slavery Invites the North to come up to the work,
;.sst i'::1: I n: \ I" 1 itr a i) law, 1''h.'"- II but a sketch and it must be a and promulgated among th(1 the In a little while he lost all trace of them,, except to write, tracts in its apology or do it will be time enough for the people of the :
) ; hat Kirlurd.Ho ,s.1.'i.L! > 'lrIOIl.'e shall not. tlUu'uf. repeat t mongrel doctrines and form of ,hip of .nd was completely ihiowu out tif the fence. Miss (Jrnnke condemned the coldness 'latter to commence operation We have I
.( % I. I 1.1 'r rllo'KMl.; llUtll I,, st .111. the eolUnjiij that ('U'I.C between the old! the Nez Perees ; recommending the same chase. He knew, bow cter. the situation ol( and indifference of the North upon seen enough of the effects of proffered Mr- J
bt.-: :.'-1 -s: o f |I.r.'J' !':'i-ill" rivtiHJ c'lkll and' >cun2 aetre-s. It 10 their adoption. The Shohomesterc the camp toward which they were bund,, the subject of slavery, in the most pointed vice upon this delicate subject.1 When
II : -. 1.11.\ i-, lu. ,t H ilii, ttiil. t-1-ni.i.j.'h! to *.i\. that I Mr.I Saddletreesenior,j I struck with the notclty. at Int, of the and a direct course through the mount.ins terms. If, siid she, the Nurtt.tr people the South shall begin to foresee either

e ('.011,'I I.ul., ; ai tic' \\I.I'I.I I: : '! n t r..le the source of IIM gi set. allhoupht mcd!ure, and enltn.d into it with 1pir it.- by which lie might arrive there sooner only knew how Suthcr men and women from any other caus*, that the most do
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r- '.\tf.1- ..'... "C,J .'ll III'"} IH..| K ..n i t.J'.llt : 5 11 a cre.tt deal le< aciunony than he inh The began to ob.erte Sundays and holy- the fugitives. Through the most Stifled despise them (rom Ihel 1..h-intercrenrr. something to rid herself of this alarming
.111. I lUtVlU ill' 1.4M4- .illd ,nd much to the ainn eimnl of the days, nnd to hate their devotional dUt'cs: defiles, therefore, he urged Ins course, day I they would be ready to do something upon and crowing evil, and shall call upon the
I >.J.t'.II".n C< | 4-ilt\ll i 4 l '. 4) I iIii. I 1/1"11. liu \Oe alike: ignorant of her)oun and chants, and other ceremonial, and night, scarce pausing until he retched! the !subject. The "whites at the South, I. North for ..i.lanec. it will be time eAOU,h

.- -. \ til |II..UII.; tl. 's!1" .. .l.li; l'ifi'H| r*>on and p...sion ; that her .: which, the ignorant Eutnt I knew nothing ; the (lp. It was sometime; before the fugitives -' would innial1' be sacrificed, i if the North ,; for us to interfere. Until she shall do this,
,,' .. .. '. IJII" .s1: n. li t i w.iM lar "rul IIIII"II}. the charm I while the) eXl'rtl' their usual competition nnde their appearance. Six dI"l: did not to the work. In her travels our interference will be regarded a* Invasion -
,p i.. .I'l-.k P .. i r.I.r.it.H.51* i i. ..* .uu i''.tit tt! ,. lit her diM-ourse add mu>"ick, that )he m 1:: shooting and horse racing, and the renowned had they been traversing the wintry "IM! through the North she had met with I I and our s ympathy as insult.

\'.t. II .,. II 'U .1 Itl.t'h..' 111)3.1.1s %..iunt.inly othredtocitener a ten- Iaec .11.I '' 'S A. .4 t- .1II..i..J! ,"ti.1..I I 1111I :.- if .h.would ndt ,viulx pionii not to Matters were glll& on thus pleasantly li<;ue, ai.d their nurses faltering under them. themselves abolition!*!*. The subject of( South if any exist, are secured to her by
I tlt'l :'1; Hsl-hs I'U' ii.s IIts C ).., ..1-e..Urss. or marr bin, son ; thllc bnlxdi and! prisr:;' th.s motherly}' community The first object that met their eyes, on entering s'atery: was every where studiously the Constitution and are beyond our con-
' ) 1 : !'. 's.e \. I I-sI.t4., cj I,} 1.1" dilSit 1% .. < r "itli a | otindoi( h'HII: rdllh .> sing II of white and rer men, when one the camp wast he Shoshome brave. e J. One lady isa-I I told her that she nOid-1) I trol. The North would ru>t be willing
5.L's 1.114._ .11, ".in .I l ;inHt ibb' <., ..tr 1 < S1 r' U r'H (if :.1.lt.i 4 .(J ll it ('It. iii't for her lIIhll prfIUI. r ed tin steeds a< line and fiery nsthrniches, The trapper threw himself before the cow- who were slave-owners. There of the South. Much les would he be- 4'
btk tkr nl.'II",01.( \\ .' but heIi,'. 'i .'14 J' 4 1 1t .Iv c .iiH almost find in tins luart mirrybirtuti.Mif and nil jingling with hawk**_ l ells, cameiallrppi cuing form of his mistress, and, feeble an J were forty New-Englindcrs in the city of willing to exchange in anticipation of the

t t _r ,\1'1..1 r oi l.i- \"klf t.*ti- .$.3.Ifl lfl ; a.the Mirt,,t men 115 of pnivtituiw t g, \ith \huoJ ur.d halloo inU> the exhausted as he was., prepared for a deadly Salhez who were holders of slave frightful entail with which the abolltronUt*
beJ" I \ 5Ei4.11). "I.d iii.- iii IUI.d.1 I f I l.r ttai2ed.] : In !hort. c.unp. struggle.! The Sholhon f paused. Ilisabitual Snrlher editors emigrated to the Sth. burden the slaveholder' property.
A' I \. a. 16e Tl.e fifth from the u inter en- avieof the white checked his and! l became the impious and .
were arm ap{
.. ,. i.S-i \\ilkiiivin tit ii.a'le iii e |< n.1 ; I
ei IK-I, v ,1: kit u i .r hinw. :- u t&e4' / : I.r I ) \"cdu not think that Miss Gritnke wvry '
tha'i sl.e : of the Ame: naij 1'ur COlpJIY.1m the trapper' fr.ends; crowded to the of slatery. I In the city of New-York alone
luf acessint'114i-
:. .. .- 11I'1': "I.| k li t.tt. ;krl <>nliirM< ii ean.pmciit "pl,1 happy, in bringing forward the cases
I '.' .TI i:, i HI:h -.i '.'1 nwt.. \.....I. .p .2! aul Jhti4Ui! ,u tif I.er h"If hour' liar (jicin rlrr taliC, ) and h.11t'ulelol| and arrested him. A parley mortgages were held upon: Southern pro of the iiniurluiiftie tu New-Orleans. In It-
.id U .:.1! .:ij i <.... <.:.1.l i. u !Ia... I I I. u.. :.u I.h IWI.1! I.rl.: Siddlemt. pi) tll'l comrades of Capt Iloiiuc\itre' i I I' ..' .. %\ :'. '. %. ,::!Ii ..i... i UM i telot.. 'Hit re \t.i. l hut IU thing that (company) a .tisit. An idea may l hC Ill.t I munch ns frequently occurs in civilized life The holders of these mortgages w ere treatment of tUves at the South. The t 1-'
ml 1 1 I '.. .<".., '. t I' ...l.a''I ISI ,rt'!!.,.:'- tUe ol.1 Irllt.w ; ,lie m!i'ti| tin ,t'l.1 f.1 the set nes we hate already LMtcn of I A CHiipleol horses were declared to ho n''I I virtual!)' slaveholders. She poke of thc fact I. that as non as the situation of theposit
the wilucuics*, of the nianmr fc'r the l-'ss of a woman cruel prejudice which existed at North :
b. ( ontii.ility m ItC
heart she hadiriri1 ;
I -t '! : iH s 1'1" n Ut' UK, 554 the } ) the father j in whieh those game birds were r.I"-1 who previously lost her heart : with II against the collour of ihc r.rgrr. while I'
". 4 \ 1 l.j 'll.r I. I ,-a. !} II"Unl ; aII alllioiigli populace a mol was collected and the
14p. \\ >x 1,1: >.i.'i. %t. .'i'j ':.. '. pi..j" nxl in doiilile lu" tiller, and 1';) in ed b)tio! .e tif their feather in the camp.U .-. I I this the Shoshonie orate was fain to pacif) excluded the negro (ruin the rulr..t'ar. I Ii I hon'c and furniture torn to piece, will .
un i j i< k. \ < ., .'. :a i i. t..r' 4 r IM I .stsesii! %C, tin IM olh'T fominiTi) \' "IIe AIJHc < 'feasting\ list. ,retelling xtlmlioist1111 his pl.i'll. He mure to Capt. 1'"le'l i the "stage-coach and the 11131ho.1 serve to how stmething of the state of
'I, ... I un The nextu ;-what hr ranting and ttile's canp, Crest s could the negro tie1 while the foot of theM I II I the
-r Mi ;In .. -i -' t- I i I'U'U. 11.1 proml-e c.ln.1 I i&IIhat Ime I I Icelmg at the South with regard to
itft V !I'har : !'I11HM..1: :. I"\ I',. .v\t; '.M', M ., 5:II 2 \\.tt HI'I"'U.h'a| 'Stir intcmeu, loaritii:. and gambling, andHpLibbimi I true, but paralb ofl.ciou4condolcmcntsif lute nun was upon his neck 1 lhslc':11: .! treatment of shves, The state of Lout.t t
11'2(\ "Ii .', ... ., .". "b'h' s. :.. ; ." ., .I :si-I I .4s1 .\!r. ? :"h1"I.: e weudetl his v.ajh : and lighting, ensued' amoiii his ( ilnttvvngioddorses 1 I h.ahh'lel( The North could nut ask the I I latin has been II thousand time mentioned
tar 1.1',1 ,I. r ..' 11 c or -1114.1:1;: tiit :Lt i.u' I.i- *Jts-an2, \" .ideraSk u\iil-ion iSitsv! busts rOinpanions. Captain llonne- : were 'er good p.I ly for one bad I South to free thechams North of time.Iu(.bowed while h'lhc t abolitionists on account of the hard-
nIIIII; ', tt4iM- I -- -- II down by the iron bonds of prejudice.It
I of law :and order in IIM ,
camp
Itl" \-aitorn. cht.ca..c have endured within its borders. And if -
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I\r"I. \ \ 1 I r I: M tliHHtjti It.v! au" "p said Miss (irimke
1(1( ,5. H, i, .. H \t tit 1 C..I.ta eQd ill etl4' ittt"w.uH Tle a!,: i.i,linu-iit of the joung loxrr I each fit'ice cxcc.-s-but the trappers, I' Prom the Htnton Courier.Ti'tf ilutthe has ben staled, off he She, in this state a mob of white men could be
.. hn when tin'ir on ol idleness and rtI.atluu. re drink', from: Soiuuh.Cs: rohi- : i H better as is. and the of
'1It't ii is-hit. 'ttit4 I" IIHNIIPC r..e,1 tt. i 'mll.1 .1:|> r\\itli dilight I !: I lAft She had of the uibiiterimc.s I incited: lo rise up avenge wrongs
Knew
ti.i 5 .IsNtt IMT nv tW tol.).t' i iaad. tui t Say ("*",,'r of the \-i-II..' v.a Ctf.se- qi.lie a oeLicc: of licence and mJulence| to undelivered ad'lress before thf HustonI b.n.r.and knew t"sle! contained.Sie cup I the poor slave, It must certainly show that

i.- ti4i |1i..tNtH.1 .. IO IK.,Uil .fU tti ih tt ..Irt.. rt-jJI)' a M-n.il.K. girl ami wiihi.ut any ..f the Limiter "itpro-ihes .vhuh 1 men di'ile! hardships" of their piIOuisIsifactive II futn. ).unu sister 'tmm'ncl.tI, : of the Southern I by this she-fiend, must be a*rare
bid It.. '"I"'u"" :iti< r'.. i,a\ (!ts'. Imri. !tt: l.ad pie,..ind hini -i'.f to net-He, as the 'rtice.I ind spoke nbc'ct an hour, pea uting to lerindicnce )-an m'egral part is they were monstrous.
| } and Vie knew whit slavery WHS.
attei.dau.s of to : In the miJst tifa I ti.i is fea ting and frollekm tIme topics w Inch usually form the ,people,
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a rvlf 'rtututiHM.itfr filtCf 111 all "urt$$5 Iai ( : Ilu..11
) a fic.uk of the tender I !>a"is of anti slavciy add iLCs, and handling The Sorthtr ti"norot the South neursi I I
IIII.I.I.! |SU, l-ltlpfnt HHlll.hwrh the pillions ,I.I'J ct. A Mmplc atiiionnrrii ;; t"hlOI tter-1 I thing of the of slavery. From the Daltimort A m erica..
It-i-n ulatt U I vened ani a ,: and di'-cus.-iiig them with far mere \.m) rig.r
the had wrought I
*% !atC HuharJ S.i I..tr.. :< nt < ( lu\H..lh.n ,11| himself u- llllU6t.-'n the well constituted mind
Southern
!1.\ the d.iniM I and the i/l man h.id 1"'f'l. tin scene. Among the Indian t.tillCa ih.in; the at fr" .' ability of"bUOI orators.I II The g..utcr.U'prided hallowed affection
) 'J'Or. | .11 I.llil).tll .U- 'h'lill til tllfh ; I hi ( hospitality and hat a crowd of are
: 'rtaild. that tin* ( the lutaw! : anl 1 >huhnl(a, the ;I >!nvrrym alt its ,..Hun-murl, social, pun politeness al ,
, I .,iHVk III| si|.Itf.r: y'*.''. .I..t lirr |I'.. u* \ ) ti"limlly tittn to .III.r !: it to be that he would chas- ou!ed into activity: by the bare mention of
who had whilom \ and rHi, commented : supposed
Inl"It.... TJ,.. toldleu.-, In r 'itt. tin .te.i.t iliji .s lure (i nail lit'r HiMruetioit free tr.II.'r:4 diseott.riu two, I I p.\lilt..I. iotis-was lit\a.his slave In the prv.essceusfbis guests hat simple little word Ao*> The centreA
41 at Jur It hi 4. 111 ht .11M.4aslIiM1r.! S'I.h"II). u nld be puni.li. d with a ret ruction ol, lurpionn I, list ir Miiawit.| s. These conuedioi.s upon lihi radical a.id stern' \.tnt-Ud Tlie slate had no religious instruction. all ideas of happlnc unite, wheih-

Lf' C4'" ( ruin to he'| own Wll iss d"..t.t), 'e. I II lre<]uciitly take place for .season,]I the fur lclmirerstuJtcd neither quaitcr luIlhe There lived not upon the face of the earth er u he a palacc or a hovel it Is regarded
aa. liI't'aI"\t"'II'I: JOHtllflll. lIu"'Jiu.tllllll ; At elcxrn o'drd. the next morning, and) sometimes, continue for years, i if nut : system, n-t mere)' to its uiporters benighteJ heathen than exist in the is the starling point and termination of all
more .
Let'I'I I'.' wjiihe'iierfrrinii oln.injj iIiIDiC;. thetefoie! Hit hat J I Sldfll'I.r.: junior, *ttlorth ,'I rpetiiHlly ; but ate apt tu b broken when :'I Still slur di 1 net o.t.w :tithe of her inlignntion I II Skids of Carolina,.in the person of the luinan wishes Whilst engaged In the tnrnoilsof -
> 'thrc! thetllvmeM of all) .nhl) all in his In-hl, with ln! har inc.-l\leurleJ I tie Inc trapjcrs stait .r. tuddenl't on I I upon Uc South. The Northern' jown-lroddcn and slate. She busy life,to that pointdo we look for
I Northern
to Iin&. Ii .ut.r:, the IMM r >(,n 'o \%(11thoqDe and a nu. eainbnck, hindkerelinfin !OII.lIt mt and rough expedition. wild! prc s and toe Nirihern Northern pulpit merchants- and "i pokcof the cruelty npprn.e pr.ici'sai upon the cst when tbedly'al.bor done, ft U b there
il'u Ih.I'I:'}', a trntib.c; ,.tald.'u4err lu!...II.IH..I I, to tt alt on the Iteautlliil I n $prct-cnt instance, thC e ', representatives, Iatc of a French lady at New-Orleans the "e except a reward for the anxiety and aa-
iiC r ; sirs. in"-d of lit r all i:ijlit-thoii hiffajld.iv lad) .of his ;afliriKut lie was a :,"K! uealtluitereJ. 1.Iukl wire anxious to U'il their belle, I the Nortlur tier pie, came in for her intuit particulars which were published a few tojanceto which this world's workings

-mid. lor' the II..*. .I tI.c' wf kti hating had little or no experienceiitihe nor ucie the latttr huh once moic to conic biter repr..h ind most pointed sircam. since and that a gentleman 'nibject us. The threshold may humble,
ll he under their pinteition. 'I he free trapper, She by suspending, from years lir har but still b al home
Jr as PU'I-tu.llln In* :UI'u.laIlC'C: ; al the'leir IstPIiiCa"td loM'-makinp ; ali Jsned at that h a few days md the fore coarse, it
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ceofan Indian girl, all the front of the a sheet containing
pulpit
the
would combines in welcome and sympathywhere -
.!> ilonr-kctjHr-i. tuin-iUes had not hcendep. < ratilyenamoured I the was torn down oy the moh, bit \ and here we find
ofI
the slate-market
Haw iiiiidr 'bate citen the adtcntnre inNlieer that is dashing and heroic in a warrior cuts, rCIrcsrnti.1 in which existed we feel the proud counsiottanesa of
b- c utiivfj .s I >ii4 t< use vlgiliact pio.uUK up heard nothing of die horrors
: ol ni. iiiher, a' ijui mion lust ha atru stiI ; but as it tra. he pu..hr on. ,I her own race, \tlu) .'e gr.t: and garb, and I D.trict C01llia. Here, she :il.) A- Mithin its portals. >eing surrounded by those who care for us.ind ,

1I D, t"11 "J'Iunt'.J I tc. the' 'iII't.ut.1H$ oj' plowing' holler a* d hutur at c l) flrp, bratt-ry, he rlultu. with oil that 1 M I mcriCln citizAta: were bought and ,I Miss. lirituke spoke some time upon the with whom our existence in connected
tti and! well.is lie could tin nnd' glouoiu in tt.e white in:in. And under Imrnner of an auctioneer hcens' ticS that but death can sever.
bl.I :. : at all ,.t\'ut" as we haun : rC.jurinl itS .alI': tlc and of Congress to put a stop to slavery by nothing
III tihercwuh to the nidulgenee" in which he treats' rd) by authorities of the Di tltt power \Whatever be our fortune, wherever
of
P-'r1) -.U.I Jret while Ixiore' the' : ( h-qt.i-itI si| t expicss ( in the Distuct of Columbia and territory may
lift.( Iss\ ): tirtfl i at the |lity', as wtil cliJinn: of his 1llu.tfl and the strength bt r ; the fmery in \Inch he decks,her out ;! lhol seven th uand persons. COfli pri.ingnne.fnurtli I Florida and also to abolish the intcr-.late- I; we may ro.un, or by.whatever scent we
4C UbJIM4r1pe Toi thcluu r.mnUy a('Ir('!", I ttf IIH stAll "" .!II. Jhr'1 won't of I was, the state in which she move; the ..nny'.Jle I of 'he populaUunere in' M trade between the slates, which latter, she nay l he surrounded the single' point on the
*>." .ld. enough to rc.sdllhe cur ol the that by the time he pit to her lodging, I tnjoys over both IIH purse and person, I I state of slavery and oppression. She wishedher said was forbidden by the Constitution. great globe's surface from which the food
of his heud of the and slate tif I audi 'nee t* know what kind of a land and will not be estranged, and
s4d Cpnt.m.n.! ,el)' v.ord of it hid: gone Cut ,I liKtead bunf drudge Florida purchased territory and the heart cannot
I We list e IH the reader into sotoc IH'IIII". and when he rapped{ nttliedior, he almoMt.jvhcd : Indian obliged to carry his pack,t of liberty it wis that they lived in, while was h old a slaves within its limits had towards which its emotion rush with a
. .* .*W xiA.ldlrtrtf rlurarUr ; L Lut I'm rr buiiMll lit the other side; of the I and build his lodge and make lisa fur, a"ri the grcatcMslme-niarket, in the world waestablislfd right to been acqulrt"d.Jhe thin spoke of force that may not be strayed, baa but one t

. ffothrrnhirhit' l ItII\., u%. ,* ...ifloridnlr '. ..1 P...I y !.f".4 )II' (cit .si utiMCcuuntault bear his cross humo.and dry blows. No' at Us sent t.f .got eminent. It never and uf lh. probability that an at- name. and that name b Aon*. How often
al o. \\ e lia' 'Inutrd tlMt In. I .1"1.1 I there IN no comparison, in life t1 of an w as the right and the duly of the North to 'rCXG.would be made to admit it into the have we heard the weary wanderer in
.r feted tnoiiry. but he lo\vJ In- 5" HI, too $ .)' (or :Mis, \\'ilkin *.d wish H> inurh the nioruiii<'iiu . iki thcAf two "c..rllni i,nl) thliC! in the ,!,1114. to-br:
. ""rid lit did lot'r, extent; poik and Ifutin, 01 .uUII'lns tlc.r\ltl he lound I.IIIIM.U' matter Was easily arranged. The Uautyin l III this object! .a4 el.'lrJ.'oU.n were"represented the women rtprt would petition Congress its where, though absent he was remembered
al1t codfish and Ilidiuii ,pud Jan?: In* reguj at Ih"II"1 Ir a t..IU r/om, by no4iiear. (Iul'"uunI:a perl little K'ltaw: tt enchthisit in ( csmnt.s.d extra session, against this moo 'i and prayed for, and where true heart. ,
" r Saturday'.dinner, alter the in inner oilltwa ( re: <;4iit|) ftirm>he"l, and l in latlicr had! 11"1 taken prisoner, in some war in the ceiism, make up the coming She described the statesmen still throbbed at the mention of hb name. ,

III w4nIad. iisnri'intl.AIt.MJt .' ainln- 1 111)114) condition. The reniaini of a late'I excursion, by a :ho houie. She was readily number to choose : necC1ar whoOp and iniquity.heroes of this new republic, individually I The gallant soldier whilst winning laurels
, for In s'i lf, l'ii I'r Iii..sit-1si iiig. 1 bre.ikf.t were !'atc'rr! uu'r a tal.le in the i raiiftuiul for n few articles of trifling though they bai no voice in his and collectively as outlaws and in hb country's cause, and rewarded with
lie .ir.\M"d hun to IK? neli, and s11"31, a"ui middle) of the "pllllrll: I ; .Ilr.n-ul1 I !, \.Iu.; and foilhwith tun- alout the and there was no way (or them to make fugitives from ,justice and debt]I distinctions and honors value them only
hippy i Ih.t <, Its marry u rich tie, and thibtricjil |g.srttieiils lay here and Iheic on eanip in fine arrit)', "ii and bells their AcntimeBlfl known to Congress, except murderers ( risons the off-courings in proportion as they may .zv. to gladden
. hrc,'me a uirmbrr ol Cangrr, or, j>cihap<, 1 the floor ; a 0 rou:e pot and a toiled innnuMrijil tn her hiss." and*tossed up ciMpieliu-h air, by petition. Mist Orimke read extracts graduates Southern o statep states and the scum of the domestic circle when at Acme be ray
. "'en I .utrrnor Finally, Richard Niddkttnt ** partn( ts-,'r. (Iii one of the time i that made her the \' admiral (ll and I I frnimthe speeches of Mcsr Preston andPieken. of the This was the, people she said,I relate his hair breadth escape, and till of

'lllor, it a< i gtraititorts'rd nun, I Ichdiis; Hirer or four torkmgi > were hung, : ahhtirrcnce, utah tlsckamliermi dressse ), hard I I .uf Sutb.Caroln., in Congress to mankind. would be called upon to adroit battles won. Lethe tempest raft tad
1I whom we
I poisuiug lu. uuii rnd and purpose b> up Id dry on I the bark of another ; and! tm wurLin& squaw of her ..eqlllualc.I show that slavery in the Union for the of perpetuating the ocean heave high Its crested bUJoira, .
the l nt frt dnret lotur that prwnied itself, the third *nt a female, lubittd in an old I t the other beauty, t ".quite a Di 4rict tray time ehtering wedge which into our within, the purpose land and If the the Ma boy heeds them oof. *o thai Uaty
and ftf'rr tnoloiel I IIY uhut uther people I and not very clean nhort'gown and night iflerent! matter. *>hc had become the wile would shake and dssmythe whore system shivery did not stand bear him onward to the land where Us**d*
"Otd l1 u'l' 'lret-iniiiuf| t..t) ; the same cap, with a pip'! (' in her niotilh, suit a theatrical -! of a tosl&uitie braiv. It j n true he had another throughout the Union and that U Wa, 1 Northern representatives would ride In triumph over for whom he toil await hb ftimW.. pad
I ,01 nmttriM of the eihtmee of which peasant1 ,!.'r in her hand, "hich she wife, of older due than the one in considered the Soutfi. Even John Quincy erect slavery will rush 10 meet him with their affflSe ofwt

J w had no sort or conscioti.ncM or.\ulpldun I I was busily engaged in cleaning with l tn- question ; who therefore took command Adams, who had offered to present to' their bowed sister head followed the younger, in Ico III e. In a word, home the My fifai
, -b&attt'f. ,. pulable Ishackuigtstushs. her hair wan, in his household, and treated his new "PUI Congress petition from slave, and who The elder and exhortation guard our social afiectioo and Ih* ccl
. 1'1.e-MWI of the young inanV folly, for I, in pjpcn, nnd her hand: would have h'I'' asaMitc: .but the latter was the denithe constitutionality of .Inrr hJl rather an aft'eetinr'ppeal feelings of the assembled' of our Ambitious aspirations. '

I "eh lie eoa,iJere Htdd letter senior into a tit'I tie nnd fair the per: in hu eyes. .\ attempt to bar- for the same reason. Site In. I i
. deep soap ': orColtnha (rom home-.aid that she had but a day or ,1 "/ 0."-The following b tea ala
. 4 thinking' for half an hour| aid upuard' i oii., 'UI in rery imlrfutit dihublle, gam with him, therefore, weic useless: the I, Ihit the North bad much to do with two before received a letter in which she I western I aper:- .
$t the md of which he arose (nun hu M-al and )oilsig Mr. Saddll'lr1 thoupht !: : terv propositi'm tIes tepulsed with anger slavery, and slat-cry bad much to do with told that she could never return to .Pitlhr.CiulJUl4t-W1ao

, |4 the head of a pnrk-bvrrrl took all the utter beheld an object mote |1"'rf"'ly tin ansi di dutn. The spirit of the trapper was the North. Northern citizens were in th Carolina was -for no aboliUouUt could be there are many, who have to either_t}>
tni.tK.Ua out o|the money-drauer under, intiimg.The : roused ; his pride was piqued M well, uMs army and were liable to be called upon permitted to reside within the limits of proach or leave the H earn boats a*tho Mb
. I. counter Hufurd 'I stoinl) and the lady .u.-I iou. He to prevail upon out-break of a servile In.urrion.
g4ve youn "Irleltrgerottceruing gentle'man p: enct'urr every that state. Sbe related some feeling anecdotesofthe nongaheU barter Pittaborf, la or tmas .
< the l0iif| Bnd wt lortbM I p: tided hu "ruddu" aud looked 1:1.: wiihu'' bin quondam ml 'J ) Hope with him.- Ilojr many ba fallen in ipUeries-slavery and tM. diately after rain or winter thsv tai

; great pare dU\\'ll the alrt'Ct toward the i look that betokened ati.' thing delight His horses were fleet : the winter .Jiiffhls brought on la'Daatben who had suffer Ings of the. .. We' did not remain either after nib fore has .aay atom to
. mrr; and such of the IJwn..peoptc a* at the right of her t'i iter. lie ulamoitredout 'I were long and dark, before daIh they stolen the rhilrn and sold through the whole of her remarks. perform a timlltr operation and Ctaetatati, -
. Mppencd to take note of his that I he had railed to I would beyond the reach ; msndoumt.e into This, taidMissGrimke,
Ihrr
IIIcn.IUtnlll a migestion|{ pa) hr ( The above Is by no means a perfect under lmi ar c.rcvmstaneee; aatawceUon'.
"f"JeIMK a little aninxd to M'e him walk 1 I to MisiVilkin"on and at the encimpment in Jreen the original cause of the Florida war, delivered. the
Ii.: respect ; 1 hadnothing sketch of the addresses as they were will di cover one of strongest cant.
II.f tkfl7 In at the (rout door of the theatre.' tlM. ina irvy ungrarions m.lnrr. that valley, they might set the whole ri'C'rl I and yet, Uvas said, that the North We write almost wholly from to be foon I Iin the nley of the Ohio"
If. they huwrter I I and would t at The Indian k) do slave The
inuyiurd, thai LIi purI MlWilktns4 11 nas before him, =bo.hif d..Cantt. wib'the question.




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l;,, the \. \. ilu rur. 1Hwe u'a4 lorngngf 'eats for the next per. be clad! In know- what was hit buxiwswith htetlr.J- and longed. Her heart ) cirnednfter I, North should not permit the fugitive slave memory,andeireemstaneeekave prvttod

API.OT run A r.Mun.rx forira'icr.' \\\v\\\ '' \\c'r.'.It'N\cd-fur lir. did I hrr. It was enough : ln!p-is mn was .lh. ease and !splendor! of the 'unJiuoluf. j I Ito b given up to hit in liter at ail, but erri the writing out ofthU, until the .material i
JOHN OMAN.II I'Ula!k where hc ,IOII.I'I'! ) the ",.tf olMi f I mem I moment t and muttering Punic a irafpffs bride, and ihrobbed: in |due i lilly not ,'Uh'UI i jury trials If i horse has partly faded from our reeoUeetioo. U
was a tI4)tnenton-day fur .xoung KieliardNiddMirT. "s \\ilsiiiMin. :'! fUIIInh priweedeil in scarceintelligible! apolng fur intruding reed (nut the cipriciuu: control t( the was stolen aid olti in another slate he's, is surely! a much lake and 4tvoinn -
th" nn whit one tif the (hit dinciion. to whit: coal we )hall. tlit.ur iat an untimely moment the quondam lovi '- prcmicrhqinw ; bill she drridt the f tilurzofilc -| owner (could not obtiiti han back without pi'llballO way ta a cavee

Ncw.Ont *n" ihcairiral niannp.rn came up (. prt" cntl I>'. i i IT made hlvcccapc at full speed, and was pi ".and the fury ( I ShOhOli. a trial, and a l'ero\hi to his liberty : which brings back nothing but evil 1ft UM
tiiemerto "I'k-burrh. .\IIh tmof the 11 he actrt"i. at tie moment of Ins arrival,j i cratiflcd, as he bulged out at the hunt dour, I husband They parcel ; the Indian. girl& in I I should b ulue as htghl an a man's property hands of U* supporters. Abolitionism taD
. eiarlnnent*, into whit h the compjii wax w .,. MMU-.I nt the piano, Irving, or in prof b) the distant found of a full and right tears, aid the mad cap Ira"rUIIIUlrf mad | In hnrt. She re\atrd\ .the anecdote do nothing to soften the feeUngs of the an*
4 broken up, for the sumtrcr campiici,. ., ional phrase' f hearing I new ong I iiiictrx' peal of laughter, in which he could than e'cr. with hu .thwarted pa !ion. of a justice In one of the Northern atates. ttr, or the condition of the slave. We pro
, OKI Mr. JMddletnr was a tlt\\ "-"-i't L from the verhemt of ('liitui'IK'nt ; slid I l that fveiiin>c ; and vhe was il much plavrd her part well, and it was not dcticlcd, and ihe jealousy)' of th; ?>lio hone: been laid before him, respecting the ownership own knowledge and observation wh ash
1'although he liad IK' lour enough 'I hirtask that He had brave aroused a clamor of I of slave' told the claimant that he the I
en plan | rng.igedin been in until the season \,( closed, and she had ; angry voices says that the North is daa bed at
1 ted in Mi".|s''fll'l| to fnrCt! ur: 'h of Ins the room while she tUI acotipk'of \'r"c.t. departed to win nightly plaudits in other was hoard in tits lodge, with the sound of wanted something more. "What more I South because her people refuse to later-
I torn and bred revtrrnecfor (lie Sabbath before she became aware tif lis present tlnalrirnl riffion?, that he became ,".rl blown, and of the female weeping and lamentmg. could you hite ?" was the if pon e. **l I fcre with slavery." Certainly the North is I
.nnd haJ no M-rnples actnM making a trade '1 he olJ fellow! h id never heard .|'lanobefou ; I of thin a'niuu'device by xvhich hc had At night, as the trapper| lay tossing want," laid the ju"tire, "u bill of sale from ; placed a very interesting predkanei

\nrt sundown mi .'Iu.d.a1IIJlu ; t'r, in --or, fur hut! matter, a :anlg iither.from kindly a s \.1 ns clt-verl). kept more than on HIM pa let, a soft voice whit"pered at the Almighty"-and this, Mid Mi Grimke, I I between the opposing influences of slaveryand
tVred, ntiiiv' lime of the i'UH'k on the real : the lips of a pretty young w"man. her wont t Ins anxion father. the dour of his loJgc His mistress afoot is what the cl.iimant of every fugitive slave abolitionism. A portion of her citizens
funds)' itself ; allho-igh) he had! not t Ittn .I land i if i I1H h.id hludiid the |j14an1 for atnoiitli, i I*. S Should .rty capable pla)'right think iremblm( ? before him. She was ready to should be required to furnish. I haveoMsailed the institution and system of
to incfting. c'rf'"i t-j ehunli. for ".,i If nsct ''Jh' (' could! not h lye hu .H;latter 1111 to projM-r to work up I'ns! little t llr1 into f.I.I' wilhsoevcrhe should lead.. At the North were situated the theological slavery runt and branch and for this they
>!'c\i'4r4 ; nlthoiijch lit- owiieslveral .wlfttn '11"llu'luhrl and put bun 11. \er I" oiie-aci force, I .would suggest addi-, 81 inctant he was up an'.1 oul. He schools where the principal part of the !, have been bated and condemned by' *
slaves: Ukfii III .ptxmiiu! .r i>.ni l1. *... ...i : '..' I.'u..-.h. "t JUU"'. ha* 111 tif;fivourtd! lover for the dunstl in hail two JUIIt hurl,, star and rwift of K.Miilirrit siuilriits) are educatcii (nu the t uuin, and a price ban even been eel upon
f..ah: } nliliutigli lit to'id' : hunk jlilips. ( 11.11111.. l.t.. ..,....-.... r........ .......,.c -.!... lit ely foot, and of yreat wind \\ Ih stealthy manl tr)'. These students never drank in I their heads. Thet great majority of the
aVe a lutid at.bofiniki'i's Ion, al1,1c'ar i Mr hirlnrd Siddltirtf, Minor, had but penniless youth. in whose behalf i quiet, the) wire h roll g lit up and sad 1Ied; the spirit of liberty. She had herself sat Northern people feel that they have nothing: tI
at oiths v"ii-n in .1 pa. to>i, a* well and uorkttl hiin.( If up into u very n''I".la.; \ctlrumuticiilly: honest lo extort H and in a few IIIU'ull he and Ins prize under the preaching of n Northern I'resby- to do with Southern etaver/-they an sick
rcadilv :. llie U'fI.l I.>.. or worst tif I ib.e; 't.iteof ntilris't'trduring hi* walk ; aOK round Mini of mono)' from old tnjuare- were rar'rlt over Ihe snow with which tcnan 1l1ui lt'r. in a Southern pulpit, formhoy I I of abolitionism, colonizationkm, sad all .
natural' bom I.,,:h and U 11mhlerll.tl init aid I bis Mt purl.n-c h.t IHIII In gike the III'u, as the price of Ins',Ol'! discnthtalincut the \ UUllr)' was. covered. In the years, and never heard tin sill of the other impracticable abortions which
; .lolr 'u Mi u:, 'Iu.w various olht rrrs I pl'''&I.U' i/, ie in '111)e.-all'Missv 1'fagcrne-siof e<) they. } had made no provision slavery alluded( to, (Will the desk. f She have b<.en got up for the intended bends of
( perl.tiiipix ha'.t'" oud! charac- \ Ilkln.ul. a vrritngrai piece ol. his Tor their j.ur'u.) ; days must chpst. could nnirr forget, that \\hilcitittiug under I I the negroes of the Southern states-and ,
(ich rd Ntddletnt. *s.'I.Hr was nu 1.1.1 1 tout lung her lu.tt of life geiif,rall>" i rro" 'llaihtnetoit IrntCt Attorm before they could reach their ha\el of safety : his spiritual admonition, she had herself I why they should come in for the contempt i
r wo st.111! Ins iitiiihUoiirt. the Jnd iriik she had plavedwith hu !fn's 1 The two rival bands, however, had not mvl) mountains and prairie they). If"lr'l, iKTomea slate nWllcr.of he had he h"ll of the "generots South." on accownl of

I ne .if n pliy \\a tu Ins "uul! a% ., In ail in pirticidiir ; but his evil temper : long bt'cl mingled in tins social 'manner,. ed, ripped in all the desolation of w inter. not been recreant lo his duty, if spokeiI this negative feeling of neutrality, we
I'' ''II11I."fM' r- cvt-r. It malx- t I ..could I..I tile tit at his fingers' ends, j IItfure.-lhrlr anrient jealousy begun to breakout For the present, ho'e\cr. they thought ol i I of the wickedness of slavery. he ought t let, should like to be informed. If any thing
..f t I. I..i-il. how b!. IHISHTII w .,> torn I 1 like iii- (lursje: of hub Acres, under tin. I in anew' (emu. The senior chief of the noilnnj, but flight ; urging their horse for ;!I i hive dune, the memory of thu deep) sn I jhas provoked this, it must have been the i,
tor'' iw :u:'id "r rash vv I lit.till x\a. t d.I wicliir\! hrr 1 snug ; and uln'n she tund : I Mio,liomes was :thinking man. and a mini want over the drtary3"11"and fancying would have been spired: ( lo her. Tin I, sickly sentiment of sympathy for the
ire I. lion: ll.an o'M' .I Ins 11'.1.: : <* n.' ml ;iro>c fr"l tin pinno: and will lIu.rrv ution. He had IKTII among the in I the howling every they heard i church had liken up ground on the sub |South in their delicate domestic relations**
pierl': v MIII IdeliMii.) lair vli.'iu it an N1..h'.I| | t. m inner, and a moil Ir- I.f C I'erccs ; listened to their new code uf| the yell of the pursuer.At 'iject, and decide in favor of slavery) Inch has been so generally infused into o
t_ .4.U 'tf..I.I and < boni. d. and < ,110-.1 I IIT n .1..ttC invnetl him to .chair, and I nmurallty and religion received from the early dawn, thp S:IDS'jonie b c me i' Northern churches were closed ag.inisi abo Northern resolutions upon the subject of
la I x i ..ni" i itv d i\' all I It.,. m.'itu -.jruihc: I Illr titiMtU' "II\ what II.KpriKiirtHl : white! lien and attended their devotional aware of his loss. Mounting hu xwifiestior.e t I Iition lectures One of the most distinguishcJ I slavery The South has never asked the
ept i. I I .i ol .!!'it!.:ivu: I r I.IHm ; her \\\w\ ftlmtmr of luseompati)' : ttr.i e. He had observed the effect or he set nut in hot pursuit. He lon I Meth'idM preachers in the Southern North fur its sympathy but h. invariably
II Its In-h MI dm 1.411! up .1..i.S ., -(.I'e l wjsu bit of.i wag, was Mjjis: 11.11-| lul! thin in elevating the mile in the estima lound the Iran I of the fugitives, and spurred states had come down from the North 'returned it back with scorn and derision.
Ih.. III.wrt".f bi. unnirtJ kiiiMH), and l rawThrough tutu at half a 101 of the w bite men ; and determined by on, in hoyi of overtaking them. The I lo the South, m.trrieollhe sister uf a plan Miss Grimke says that the whites at the
It.- !.. hard, ,.I"i" 1' uitiiv _'.'it. r)-ilicotd: fellow had not Jis 1"'Ih II the same rlan", to arl for Ins own tribe, I wind, however, which swept the ,valley'I ler, and become himself extensive slave South will be sacrificed, if the North doe
I .. n xctt'.ling d'ztl'rua! \ in 'ra:h h.f in Ill as woidd have; ervttl It n.super.orit over 1 lclr ignorant ri'a.ls the tad drifted tic light now into ihc print 1 I huller Northern ministers", who were settled not gut down slavery When the South
a 111' I and k<'']1''': in... 1. 1i" J Hio-quito. i! lluuws. He according!) us.cmhed his pco. II IIi made by tht horses' hoof I I al the South never alluded lo slavery invite the North to come up to the work,
::1_ :t t I..J J rte a i) law I.I'll..Iw iIi. Tins 'tint a. skcu. II. and it must be : pie, aunt promulgated among them the In a little while he lost all trace of them I excepl to write tracts in its apology or dofence. it will be lime enough for the people of the
11 v '. < \Ilion Ie.r.a, ". :.1.'" I. .hurt one \\ (shall nut. then'fore, repea mongrel I doctrines and form of worship nr( and was completely tluonu out of the I Miss irimke condemned the cold latter to commence operations. We have
t.. t I Ilh r h.;..1. lllltlltllM.ilk, the coll< <,jiij' th.tt cn.utHl iMtween the uM I the Ncz Pt rccs ; recommending the name 'bu e. He knew, however, the situatio.iolhe : I I nc!s and indifference of the North upon seen enough of the effects of proffered service

,-, i. -1 I';" 1 tit ;l.n"I''I"u" f..II.I C( tillt nf in and l Ihe \cuii2 actre.,. II I I1fiiKi.ehloKav : I to their adoption. The Sho"lionies \\erc1 camp toward winch they were hound, : the subject ol slavery, in the most pointed upon this delicate subject When
fir d I .i.ii'Aii, ., at Bill Me lit., vnh that Int.Siddlctrtesenior.( struck with the novell)'. at Icaist, of the and a dircctrolrse through the mountains, terms If, said she, the Northern people the South shall begin to foresee, either
,' i .11.j 1 |-i'iiiA| a tni<4 *v !tn: j'l.r c'.! n M-4hiJ'' tin' Hiurce ol his give(. although I measure, and Ctlul.clnlu it with spint.j .- b)' which hem :heoimhtarrnctherejooti.r lh.1 only! knew how Southern. men an,1 I women from any other cause, that she must do
"i-, ill Hi>MlH..|tls. ..h.' III:.... w nfi n great dt..il !. <. act iiiionv Iha he ini j. They began to ol..e'e Sundays and hol- the fugitives Through the most Rigged I dc pisc them from their nod-interference, oomelhing to rid herself of this alarming '
,. k <..Ill. I 1) put'to lilt ...r...* ..h'd! 'H...,1. and unit'h lo ihe aiiiii,('uu nl of the dan, and to ha\ de\.ullulll dances, defile, Ihcrece. he urged Ins coursed..*)' I they would be ready to do something upon and crowing c\'iJ. and shall call upon the T'
: '.,it ntfi ,I'-itof IMI .1. '. 1) 111(1.t IHItblluua'I alike ignorant tif hrr )Ut and! chints, and other ceremonial*, about I and n tctrcc pau: ,mg until he rcichedhe the subject. The whites al lh" South North for s.mstancc, it will be time aoo.h
,- ". lo II..41H i.... I.. 'ei. .. ..rod i ir |1"1's |I" r...n and |i.4-ion thai her visii : which the ignorant ":uta\" knew nothing ; (camp. It was Ionclmc: before the (u- I would inivitihl; : be sacrificed, if the North i I for us to interfere. Until she shall do this,
j ..' .|....t.. .. .'|.pt.{ ,'i n. II ,. w .t! .tar wiouilii: t ujMiiibx' taefhirni'I !I while the) s'u'rlc.llhrlr usual competition giiiVtN motile: ) their appearance.! Six dt\'r I did not come up In Ihe work. In her travels our interference will be regarded as invai i
.: ? tw.1'n t-. 4.lI4.tt I'''.x1 I''.,. ..II.r I dioiirse avid her inu.>ick. that lit 11: !shooting and horse racing, and the re- lad they been iravcrsmg the wintry wilds. through the North hc had met with i sion, and our ympathy as insult.

- \ S .4 It* i jiJn n tit .Inn .'>i iI V lit *, .. .1 i :.. if !hr \ i .Malleis' were on thus pleasnntl al.d..hcir them. themselves abolitionist: +. The subject ols ,
'I I : ." v ..1N ,- 1 1''It.i ..h' | I U' \ pipit| vml\ piotiii-e' not Ii.el.l. gui& ) liguc Ih.r.c.faliiriitgundir I' South if any exist, are secured to her by
Q t1'i! i "u H' :' i''. I.... li.l Hi- 111 ..Iuri.or marrv her !('II ; lh.it he bribtt! :mil pru.() l) I this Iltl.rl)' toininuinlx Tbeiirsi object that met their eyes, on entermg 'aver)' was every where studiously avoid the Constitution and are beyond our con-
'. ."., \1' < i I ...I ,.1.I X .i*, | i.ii( i v :a'r taitha. | tumdof bioom; r.n"in> to j| of white red men \h1 one the wart he Shusho.lieorate. e )I. One lady ha I Ini,1! hi r that she would trol. The N'ort'h' would nut be willing
"ft.II ....It* ol "::11 .I I .1 1 ;'l :L.II. 1>:lilt .l|*. W 1.4 U. :ina "H' tit,l 'tier .Ie'itun x.a .. ,: K :. .j..I :'.. .if'' VV ''.111'.1. h, HI o U .:that the \j. a tmiuu: )' d.tni tla j 11 the lit ighlh of*avuge liner)', and uuluint- the ht art thai hid proved fiUe in him she hid .live 'n. in the city of New'.Orleans ,r for all the advantages of the slave system
,. 1\.1,. 'I.' .t" 4l ; t' ll I .! t tt ("Mian. .d I il uncurl fur her .llfullrll'WU, < cd on utteds a* line and lien' !ll.I.hs 'Th: trapper threw himself 'In-fnre the cowermg : who were siive-owners. There of the South. Much less would she be
xlM itl i I.., I ?. !.:t.lI'1 i. IlUt 'It I, t..1: .Jt ttu. ...k. :!tunl find ui his and 111 jingling wiih hawks1, :.1.14, came form of his aiistre"s, and feeble an i were forty New-Knglindcrs in the city ol willing to exchange in anticipation of the
t t,1 I t. \ < i I..! .'H 1' 111 ifl. .Ht ; lair 'If, a- the .nn-t ineaii of I j.nvitMiiis '," galli ppl g, \till vv hlll and into tin cl.au-Ir as he was prepared for .deadly. Natchez who were holders of slaves. frightful entail with which the abolitionist
I' .. U. : \ I Ull<*. V *.!.. tl.v .. tht nii-ftii ttf l.r dHa.c',1: In' liort camp "'"Jllr. The Shoslhionie{ PUI: +etL Ills :bl' Northern editors emigrated to the South, burdtntheslaveholder's property.We .
1Me. I: \. n '. ku a !..r tin-u 'i.M .- 4iiUiikiti; in vti l.ad!( : '<. e 1 I.l r ,I 'lie) were fie,.h from the winter (1.i 1"1..1 ; ( the white in,in checked. his arm; and became the ch:impious and aptlogiatiof ( do thin
kvery that Miss Gri mke
than the h4 can: of the A me: Fur Company trapper".tads crowded lo the '. 'k! In Ihe of New-York alone not wa
e.je K .' 'II.- '. I 1.1: tt, ii I. hl i.tt lit .ti i tu < n tilt 'I.ta.', at coinpi- pniuit ,.1 I II spot.I I II avery. city
':11'. 1"1. ; .ii ':11" 1.4.1. x ''.uy > JM." in tit- t. uric tif I I.'r lull hour'- I in liar item rutty talc, ) ; and hadconic to I I I and arrested him. A parley: I'n4utJ A mortgages were held npoi: Southern pr. the happy, in bringing forward the rue ,
.lid \\j ..,I ..i I Ii... | ,1.1. U visa l k"> .-I. h' v i.Ii old I.uhard! Siddletnx. I pi} Iht'l comrades of "1.1. lluimcvlife's :i kind of rr 1/11. con. liljiKlu atiuii |place: I perl In the amount of tin millions of dolhrs. I lot tiuioriuii.letf her remarks at New-Orleans.the In ifhiMratmj !- t
.. ':11 ... that : a visit. An idea clay hc I formedfioin i such is occurs m The holders of these mortgages' were upon general I'
1d I < n v .;.it < ; :M i .r* i.'. re \\ bun one thing company frequently 'u'lhze.II.1 I ( slaves the South. The
treatment at
111Ib. '., ..4 '. t ..I.*.s, 4 'I IU- .,*"fid the ul iii.a."h..- Ililc'I'Ja i Mt- I the .tt'nrl vie have already riven ufl I A CHiipJc ol h..rllJ were tl'dll :I ttrt'Jall) slaveholders. She -poke of the fact that the situation of the
i l I.' "'.' :711: tut.1'I 11114 nit', 114 blur }uttg nun \t....'(. heart slur l heal s.i I tonviviallt)' in the wilucr.nc.sof the inau- fur cu.n rn4attnn Air the ..." of a \.mia 1I I cruel prl'JutJlce'Itlch existed at ll.c North '' as soon u made known to thepopuhce
t- ; !I..v 'J'r.. 1..i..I'. | iiudltd' ; and Htlh. <>ugh| thr (alhri..h. t 11'r I M winch thrc game birds a cry: rcctivtd '- I. who had jmvioush) lost her heart : with I against the collour of ilic} negrc. The whiteexcludid I lour creatures mol was collected and the
toI. b thoof of their feather in the I tins the Sl honic brave fain the ( the railroad.car, a was
bi ulU'i o vv to nit
\ \\ I L.-u.' .ij'.t| : ;'. j .lu .>iilif| auia) in ) 'oml- .ts pacif) negro I boostamid furniture torn to pieces willserve
I.dr I 1'11'. i S KV 4' :ii :. .1, n .r li.i I ...U .4ll.'f, till tin u11'; r ftUHllUTI V "llit hh- 1 \\ hdl tt.l idling-'\ h..1 u.\'lwg. : : I i his pa "ioii. He rturne to Capt. ll>mnc- I i the ige-coach, and tie! steambojl. How to how ,methln of the state of
:
t. 'r r ,' IL: "... ', I- I It 'ti'. I.... .ut I tin t''." pn>iiii-e clr"l! The next inj;{-what biaggiug-" ranting and ville' ca.up, Ime crest r"l.n. u :., could the ncgrarisc, while the fool of the "I feeling at the South with, regard to the
drk "" .1.' ,i... . t ,j. i lit 'it t, Mfj Ii. nuns w .ii* ::"pKti| .ted lor' +e mu-rviru, IIU.IIO. and raclui'aud' untiling, antiju.ihbul' I true but parried lb ulfeiou6Condulerrul1 ,lute m in was upon his neck 11'11skein : treatment of shves. The state of LouU- ?
.. vvftultd 1 : ,. : and I I.gluing: endued among of Ins ft tends( heal th self. The North could not sk the
''t I. 4' .. M i't tt 1.it' It. h. .r. , i I. '!, r .i :i ." : ilt:1'! :i: "..ljl.t1' it *i> it*.'yard, withu eon.i tii lf4.i''k: iivul!iun I iht ,e bo.tn companions. Capiani Donne- ;i hordes were ,very good p.,}. ur one bid i: >mlh to free the ch,mis of idle.late, while b>' I he abolitionists u on account of the hardships i

..ui,. .1: ,., dti tf'i .:.' -' .t |di. 1tli&.41.:1! ; 1f I'" ii. tl.t' f\.uc tit lair ideas. tout'l.itig 1,1') !and title, I 1:true m.nnt.nnc n- Kr I I't \.1 -'.r ; -ttI'ui.lIh? ( !' ..1.... SUM p a\-at 10!". I law and order in IIH camp, and checkedeach I I II I down b) the iron bonds of prejudice. have endured within its borders. And I if
M i i i .. 4 Mi i', riHH./Ii Mud in IM! xb '1'1.1 usoi,irJiment tif. ihc jo.ing lnvirw !I Get' (e exce-s-but the trappers; inllmr I Turn the Itottnn ('miner. It has been staled, snd Miss (irnnke,'I in this state a mob of white men could be
.tui 11 I Ultt-r. x\a. 4lt IIMIM.'.1. f. ,.IeIltc ,i"mi.chi tin : Iar \ah l.x di ligiit. \hi'nt i .t'1 ol t.Ill ties' and f'I.alln. re I /'.'if '1.oin tiriink', fro:n S"ulh.C..rlt. I that Ihe slave; H better off as he is. She I imted to rise i upend avenge the wrongs of
**<. ... .' 1 ILl'! ff l t... IMF was, IJJ..a .j.t" ,"ld !I.)' tail fatttt rtiffhr \1-1 I..' v. :: n prlitl quilt a ,:l. ire ol licence and inuiuue! loiipi in, delivered id.Ire:4". b.f.r(: 1(1,1011( I Ii Knew bHer.. She had tasted of the cup ol j jtJlI'C'fUC..S I the poor slave it must certainly show that
m,.1- u" JIM.it.in-* to l"i 4*.1. MH i Jinotti i tti II kt' this t"1.< i\ : and! Ihl, UNIwithout : )' iii- 1 for the long privationand al- I cm:ilc .\,.tiSlucry Snt'1ety, on '"n !lay I amt, kncty what: n ('oat"uU'd'l I Instances of diabolical cruelty such u were
1 11t.1. r M .. rt...U.il.'-!k hurl. and any thuoiiu. 'rItptu.thtl.'Judi : niuxt mt ridi'iu! hlardslip4, | of llictr pviiojsof 'I' aftcrme oil. Tii'oi.ngeriister coniincnctd, Sue: h.id been a member a Southern commiiml j', pumped 1 by this she-fiend, must be at rare

liedI.) <,1'i"; .uti/at.:,t11r*oI j. 4X th( .' |t.>i !:e Lad pHMri d i IniiiM ef ton c"I'c', .is the ('IH' nuc.In t ami !;ixie! abi >!I an h.mr, p-t's tiling lo her I ) -an mim'egrdl' part of the SoulhclIl vas they were monstrous. i
,'s' '1 i rtui ..<..1..ee' .,in'j m ;niucli$ i,.;"""i'l.i4t! a1tesildt!of Hilt ;illusion to!! I tit I tin !Nt td a I lid, fcatllng and trolnking !- ".I..n. the tUII. \Inch usually form the I 'people, and Vic: knc.v whit slavery was.Tlu 1
licakof llif tender p.Iiwwn lie-I b. ail ln- is, and hinl-,! Snrl'lf'rn1"10: at the South neversiw t
"'n' ': t i' it IllpfttX ttllt.. tt.f (jMiilin st.I Ij tt A Miij'lc tnnoniicr : '.11. anl.iveiy > I
y s.II'h .. -Ii! w H'h.arJ :;.,..:..tfft'. nt.11: "( tfit- invitation bail I Ixt-n "'Ij| ul iU.:I vcned. and wrought acomplt te change I ling and di"( !ing Ihc'l with far mt.re any lIn 112 of ihe rigors of slavery. I 'rum the Dallimort well constituted A .uk ".mind
J1jJmln the
h.id l It ..t..e.m"I Ihe Indian 1 ramie in tli ol abolition orator*, The'uulh'rn, gentlcmni pridtd I Inniulf u-
1
.11
J "Of. I a. d. I n.ut tte lit: 'h' Id to lit.' i.ll<(tlatiiM I ; alll the < man t 1 11h in lit averaj.! .JIII) what crowd of hallowed affection
II !554 ,i1. '.I: II. '.,tlfl' .....r. ..u.d lH'i j I..t.4, : > ti*tilarlly t". I U. iiudervtaiid. that tin ('.'11; ff the Iliilawan: Miolionits, the r>!av'rin alt Us ml uttunu-nlural, u.'I.I.1 l lp111111e.rl poti In" pniiltnc and I hnpilalil, and ed a into the bare mention are of
.. u two, bo had iii- and 'll'Inlls-t was it to be sti II| |'o r "
... tii htrtrurllula' (
"II t lf.it limn dl\'J \ cummt'nl'.li"ltl
.I ht ej'. ::: :J..I .t.r pal ittp.iturc I..r (1" I dll'U e that ) little word Ao1n The centre
f his
Im lavis the t gur.ts7 simple
4w 1 I.! h. I. an 1'1" u,..I4lurutt..! IU4-'l.I"'Ii] ) \h. li.pum-.i; d with a n'tr take for MMSOII, I : ntithrr
'fivr 11. tin! to ft.0 II wit at u M O<'.I), ti unu r. s treijue.uily] place 1 .Ir luurN.utu.d : quarter II'' There I lived not the face of the earth it ho a palace or a hovel It U regarded
: t,0.'CJ: ,, ;:vjl4".11,1| |" tlHIlliflll Ililfglll''u At i-Jevrit oM'tl lot the utt morning.thetifoie andami11eutuIc!, ('uiliauc fur )'ear!, if not ; the !) lh'r. n'T incrc) In its supporters. J hcnhen upon than existed! in the I RI the starting point and termination of all
irfin!:'.' v\ .i" the '|frl<-eli' u .I! iiiiiM's. Kldiaid XaWltluc) JUII"r, 'tl llurth I pi rpeluall; )' ; tut ateapl to be broken when: Slid she -li I not oa+t'J\ : tithe of her in- fields usury beuighlc of Carol in the of thedownlroldcn human wishes. Whilst engaged In the tor-
aa.. .alh'rr, .n.-iiit! Rise.11t1H .t ol. all vanht) all in till l r rt, with Ins ba-r.: iiic. lvcuile.1 I the Inc ir.inj ers strut off. MuJJeiil( )', 011 I I dignnaon upon tau South The Northern 1.1 and a, oppressed person"1:1She n1l'ihwrhu.y life,tolhat poinldowe look for

i. t in{" 1 1 i.r:, thr jHMr > ai t It wnu and : n.;\cainbrick had 'hi I IHI I' MIII r diet nit and rou h expedition. I pic!nnd tae Nirthern pulpit-Northernrcprestntativc the crnJty pncfsed upon thesine rest when the day's labor is done,&it is therewe

lid 1310 ..I I'M the |'MV: ', a Vt-rUtb.c: stilrrndeer. "bis.((.I'I..f'k.l| tow ..1 tin lil l cautilullud In tl.r patent inslaiicr, llio-c wild I *, 'Inhtr nicrchant, and I II cpnkcof of French lady at New Orleans, the except a reward for the anxiety sad annoyance -
d
I tin Im, .| ..ftHr* nil i:i.-lil-ibou:;lufb \ of : '.. He was a good neal J1:ides we re anxious lo r"1 their b.Jet.1 I I the Northern pecple! can.e in for her mist '' of winch were published a few to which this world's workings
., l had little .hl' (alter loth once ulnae ti< co.ncuudrr burr reproyh mud most d .irca.m. particulars
:111 din -mid I. for the "'.. ,'lll.cwnkvs riuiiereJ. having or "" epurIrilceIii nor urine pointtd The threshold humble
I 'I 1 Ie free I commcii-cd from ) since, and) i aidthil a grntleman had tubject us. may ,
the be Itiikiuc f.1| lotr-Inking and ll br llmr : Iralvrrl She by MiMpending 't'.rl
as at ;
Jr pirn'lI. .Ilfl tits alt'u.jtI''c : I ...Ir..tul. dated at that house a few djs before it and the (lire coarse, but still it is at home
.'. Ihetf! ts Ita,. I1ii.r-'I" fA 11\ il't'ltl'iIt had not tN ell dt'|M'rattl I)'('IIIWIUt'd, \uulJplo.rabli eoiulniHs the rye ufl Indian ali the front of the pulpit, a sheet. 'Ullaal1 ihe mob but saw and ; where we find welcome and sympathy
I I torn downy
| 'hair the advtnttire in that i is dashing and) heroic in a warn: cuts, rcprcsrnlng the slave ; was
< .
t w bt c iitiiv r .I I Htul ,H'I- sue \igucf ( 111 up horrors which existedwithin ; where we feel the proud counsiousnesa of
of the
t >- ol UK tttlter i- 4 .|jilt H.HHI tit.it has iht'r&ful; l a. it wa. he pu-hrd on. I. her own race, xvhe sc gas:t: and garb, and I,I District of Co miliw. lleie, .hc *>aid, A- heard nothing being surrounded by those who eareforu.

a'x1'n viljiiicl 1 to the rathlatl.' oil "| giowing ...U.r a' d liotttr ateviry step, bnvirx, he cnnihtr*, with (I that i i..1 I I I incncin Citizen: were bought and sold,. I Miss its Crimke portals.spoke some lime upon the .I.and with whom our existence in connected
tfe! 1 Itt,iti tl.1l:, : :.1..11 rvnito. as we :.\: :..,! coiijuriug up 4s \dl.l. lie could, nu gall! ant aid gloiiouo in t.e" kite m:in. And) un.I'r lour hlmutt of an :Ulclolcrr.Itcensetl t of Congress; to put a stop lo slavery : bv tic* that nothing but Jeath can sever. i
trI 1V1 II v\4 nut a J re .t xvlult lot l( :e the rl'1.f.r' f, tub, whercvuih t\pu ,the Ila'l the iiiliilgnce, in \\' (' be treats I d b)' the authorities of lrct andalxnit : power the Distnct of Columbia and It'rriluryor I Whatever may be our fortune; wherever I
'"f"ffii. .taxing rnnn at the play| : a- xvt.lM fluinu of hi> iiu.tii.>, and the -trcn tb ,, I.e'r ; the finer* in w Ilrl he decks her out ; i I I seven th ,1 I
1t hu if hi ft't e 'lot tbu-lnw r.iimdy ac'tre* ,1av I of his nun 1t.- lul. '1 IH' or-t 'I was,, lht> tate' in which Mle moves ; the swayslue one-fourth of he population, were in u I trade between, the slates, winch latter she I may l he surrounded the single point on the
('u:'.It I. enough to reach the tars ol the that by the time he rut to her lodgings,, i ( cnjovs our both Ins purse and person :: Male nf slavery) .amt I oppression. She w i ohedberuuili forbidden by the Con.titution. great globe's surface from which the food
old prnrlnalt.Ise :! .*vei) surd of il hid J'It..I..f his !bead. ,. ,, tnttead of bUil the dtudjC and .l.mof nit I I I 'net I knon what kind of a had I II I said, was purchased territory and the heart cannot and will not estranged, and !
1I Florida a
have If I tlif reader mm solos ;jMnnts and when lit rapped 'door, he .almostv. liidiiin ., obliged in carry his la'I, !! of liberty U wins that they live-d in, while was. ld slaves} within Us limits had towards which its emotion rush with a
1I ** ***4 ....idrirve'H; cbaratler ; but liure .).cut hint" I J.I the other side tif IhtIt and build l his lodge, and make Ins fir, 11111 I I the greatrtt'lmn l \market in the world tsarorsabhshtd right in h > of'ft force that not be strayed, ha but one
ire Other, \)hlr'IIN' lu\.>.II.. ,. .i... .'. ..1.1tJvrliJ. 1. ....i j' 'ir,,.......? h,. ft I .. uiiaeeouiitabtv I-car Ins' cross humors and dry bluwa.. Notherein 1 al its teat t f .govcrtnncnl. Ilvv never been acquired She Ihr n that spoke attempt I name and may that name b kome. How often
ail
and of he
Ilr al,. 1 I' IUI\ t'Utw.t IMI lit. no in 11r.'), s of an as the right and tbv din v of the North to xn protitliihty heard the wanderer in
have
,1111 the we weary
i toted money but be ''\'.' Ins HI, I>NI. I'JII', }' fur ::11.s ti1'Ilknrott was :m- : h"IJill I (rumI3rII. between a !I put dart I this iboninahlclralfic. al thereat would be made of to admit this it.into she I' search; of acanthi sign for the endearaeats

S lad with ro much lae more vtiiiuifiict., "v. triil ti). a rf"|ui .,t .ask up Iwo JMIT ol I trapper mid mi Indian hr "". ;Iof: !U\'I'rmcll ",.a wait ihe duty of Union. The success the conduct project of, the I which a.iaitedllttn, as he hoped, wheabb
ib.tthe twfi v\t .t-tliiiiiiii) things in tin- ":airs, in lit' until l t. i nu t. I f i ; unit I \\'nh rcMpe-ct In Ullf of the pa.*. the Sullc'r\UII' lo (petition CongrcM until tid. depended upon She hoped that 1/: roaming: should cease, at the firt-eide ,
I 'rid lit did lov'r, t'xecj.t jxnk and I ,'.allll, u. ttM pl'> iucllieiewitli, he 1.ln..1!! I matlir \'.';! easily nrianged. The 1.uIY this "/!,ljll 'n. ctfectcl. Women were I Northern reprcsniiativis. al Its .. where though absent be was remembered
lalt n>dn I
tI .r awrday'sdttuur alter the in inner of ilitMi:K ('g4iill) furuuliiil l, auri| m lalhti that had bcin taken primmer, in w me war in the eiim*iito, make up the neccs ary coming extra 5t"4run. against still throbbed at tie mention of bb name.
r 4w"KHfaid.! Ill was IIIltnmt'r. ainbi- : iniiidx tondilion. The.n. 'lil"- tif : tau'I l.uur'llt. b)' a &ho dioi.ic. She was r.&i.I "' to ctuosc a representative, al- stious iniquity. She described the states I The soldier whibt winnloc bttttl
individually gallant
1 ''*_:.uot Ins In i tlf I 1 1.Jt I Ir biioiljuinu'lf bmkf.iM vti-re !talt<'rcil ov 'r :tit"U' .the I 1)l raiiMimil fur" few articles of Irilngl 1"1 they hal no voice! \ Ins .1..liol,I' men and heroes of this new republic outlaws,and- I in his countr 's cause and rewarded with
*ii4ir honors value them only
PPT t 'ht is tnuiarr} I lUll wile, and! thi.lineal) ciriiunti, la}' lure and ibuc ". camp in line mu ray, .willi ring* and ells l ;I their.*eii imeots know to Congress! except nnndcrcrs, fugitives from justice they may serve to gladden
I
the in proportion
l ec uiie 4 Ltnu:H'rll| Cjngrc:s, or, |itt'.hap. tin lltx'i) ., rouge pot and .i i'iltd in:niu- ,'III'r IIM"." anti a tossitl up, (' Mjuctillh air. l I)" pllliul. Miss rirnke read rxtracu: graduates of sialep risons and, the olF-counngs of i'I the domestic circle when at Aoft be may
e cna Kichard nd 1'' .uweir'* one ol tlmt winds hrr the c'u.Imlraiul"; and ofMc. *. and : of the Southern stales, scum
otirimr Finally, wri, .. t.e Ilif"I sjtechcs sr !
Jf'"wn relate his hair breadth and UU of
nd J
it QtiM-t winor, <* a< &I utraiglitfcirw4id, !I .h.III" ; inn-cor fourtitkinc f'n' "UII{< ahhut rt'ice, of all thc IUlllf dre1ot hard) : Picke-nsof Stuth.Carolina. in lol r'", tol mankind. This a tlepe.ple, she :I''bailies In. Let the escapes tempest tad
f admit rage
called
fJ J poituiitg .Iu" outj ends and purposes b> I: uplodr .ill (he back of aunt tier ; ill.1 UI I wnrkmi npiaWHi/f; a'qlaill.ICC.< I "hl\that lie abolition ofulatcry in the i' whom we would! be upon to I the ocean heave high its crested billows I
Ibe aunt !, h.ibili l in old I the oilier l haul it : which, into our Union, fur the purpose of perpetuating i: ,
. dnret runte that |l'r.-*'t'IIIN itself, liar third s.t a ft'llal. .n As lo ), was quite a DiMrict war the einennz wedge I the heeds them DOt so that tby
aid h'u'r I I and reran night- I t'liTcicnl matter. Hie had bet'omc Ihe wile would shake-and the '.temthroughout slavery within the land and if the tea boy
inoiotci Ii) what other people not 'cr' !htrl.Cu" I nlt destroy "hut,) stand I I I bear him onward to lhe.4 where tfeeee
.01111.1' (..lings ord hr..) ., the Mine'ol 'J tap, vv nh n in 1\" M IleI- of a :Miotihonic bravv. Il ,' true he had another the Union and I Northern representatives did not
Wall' Iced
I' he toils await bb
piit. 1 for whom
r Ir bring nltlrlr/4, the fxUtence of xv Inch'oiiseioti 'I Ide Irical ln-:. ,"hi/r in her hand, w ",,I wife, of older date than the one in. tonlidtrtat the Soutrll. Even John Qumcy -, erect, ,slavery would ride in triumph over I will! rush to meet him with their eoo&f araiJea,. tw

. bet no.HI or( "ness or"""illdu$ I I was busily rnga ed in cleaning wiih 1 t- question ; who .therefore. took command Adams had offered to prtlllu II their bowed head followed the in I i Iconic. In a word, home II the key 6UI
I elder sister younger
Ybatt't biuh. Her lair wan his and treated Ins new The
duputnblu blacking in Long petitions from slaves, I :
hUU3hul "pus and exhortation guard our social affection) and the o$ *el
'i' in and lit r h:ind* "Otl hut l hr..uqn(1 a'tJ; ( : lul'he latter was the \\ den 'd the connitnlionahty of slavery it* rather an aft'telln* appeal .
PJ1'e.-c : c of aspirations.a
Jr b' I of the assembled our Ambitious
lab the of a hi-I Ins last latest and self abolition the District to the religious feelings
r It put unproved by t ppliration fancy, .npr'e was opposed to in exile i
Ilar> Kaddlrtier, ..into a dep I Iii' mid fair water. In "hurf, the ptrMxtagcvvax -t itf'iuuI in his eyes. .\1 tempts lo bar i I OfCU'llhI3.! for time same rcaon. She inisUd ladie Sbe spots of her being an ;
I jioap
( home-.ald that she had but a day or a l UPNtr"-Tbe following b from a
fl for half an Ih.ur ai.d upward, ery intlrjru'it hntlllt gaiirvvilh: him II.crtfore. wcicu eleM: the that the North bad much to do with rum .
I. .t the md .,f wilci he ant from hu .at snit voting); Mr..1 SuJdlitrrc! thought c Id I vir)' proposition was ''Iul"r with anger!' slavery, .and slavery had much lodu ,'ilht I I two before received a letter in which she I awenternfaper:-
t tI i I to
could
.the head pork-lwrrrl, took nil the ueve'r U-lit Id an object Inure pent-city In. nnd di-dna. The trapper w.I .I the North. Northern citizens r in the was told that she never return "l'ithbaa rg-GiutirtAdSir-Woetef.l.M
Itnk-nits I II Carolina-for no abolitionist could be there are many who have to either_ *
well and called at
-drauer under rut chug. roused ; Ins pride was piqued as army, were liable to be upon
f I counter I He endeavored lo prevail servile iuurrection.HOJT l permitted to reside within the limits of preach or I leave the rtcamboeta at the Mb
L Kit hard' Mricil 1'hc jenQtnlan; stoml), and the lady Burp Ms upon every out-break of a
'. I : tided htr brushing and looked t.p, with alook I Ins 1.lon. mistress to Hope wit him.- many had fallen in Florida-in a war that state. She related some feeling anecdotes noncahela barter Pittaborf ia e* trim I
Ijwerjaud I fleet the flight who had of the rpbnin of slavery and the diately after ntia or winter tfcav; tail
that but delight brought on
Ieret parduwI street' toward the belokciu-d an > (lung His horses were : by .lu -lakhen
, such of the tjwnpeopc! ant I tt the night of tier i i itcr. lie stammered I were long and dark bfor daIJh they stolen th children of and sold sufferings of the slave. W e did not remain either after of b fore, baa aay bmreta .
I lapptxtcd to take not of ills the and I It aid iN Grimke through the whole of her remarks. perform a iifflil operaUoa tad Ctaeiaaaii,
[ Miggestinn that be had railed to pay t tvould hr beyond pursuit ; IlhO Inuuuery1 ,
Tb.
. 1erj a 'little amazed tu munlurnt"l 01 and in green the original the Florida war The above I* by no mean a perfect under semi ar rcumttanees; $, attowinibar.
D + !.is to Miss tlkinson wan once the : was
. bIk11y I fu at the (ruDI door of old[ ", ina pect!tray ungracious\ manner; that t valley II, they might encampment Kt tho whole rl'.rl I and yet, 1 WI .ad. that the North hatnothing sketch of the addressee as they were from de- will di cover one of the strongest coctmti1"
if liyered'c write almost wholly lobe roan I Iin the raley of the Ohio
ib7 J Indian The
huwevcr
The
imrl. thai' ins pur- I.>, \lkil "1;tar bfurC him and would MjoMi'Wif- defiance. girl & lInt question



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..\T'': FROM UI.AND. D0r155112 la-i, the Vinh Jum .o (hi b3o l n.oii*ille loSpananbnrj (in.!:Fr n">r" ntunhle a &IIlqCJ"tlll, .I" s onIII' "* brought lIe"1 slowly and with g i ten re.Thetwneldest yiulent P t 'IC/ac;. w

B)' the arrival at New York oftho pack year of hisagc.:' than two yean raooty aadtef u 'lost fruits id and neewraie impressions of the appear- 14 months old,' were 11 0- witlalll Iwoday& hOaJ5 i '
mot
et hip OrfarJ C*pt. lUTuacwi on the The whole nation .1 sincerely share In, the Mail between the latter pbc sod anfoftheeotntryr it* inbabitlot..nd high{ another 10 months old, was 0 1-9 feel Iby aoY1n", ,. and CIao'Ie.

Oih inst. L-miloti papers t. the tW, and Inls dvp regret. WHS one ol CbarlMtou but no clue couM be bAil lt .b1; strain objefts. has both the ability high and the fourth 7 1-2 month old, was lhkh these rnrriplli*_Itrtd b,
and
Lit'erpoil to theSJ! JII:1(*. avcbn received. those pau-botawhojI vast f pace in the na which the depredation could be prnnMI Mr. Calfin poeitS, rnonrcite. a 8 feet high. They art fed noon oats hay I by promoting the h'brl ,, 7nd

The m U1?y mirkt via In a mail dii. tlo1'I"'t. Re eras a long time I member upon any ODe until reeu'tttIJt teems and disposition relation to con'to Ihn aub- barn pu.npkin, car ots apple, peas, and I the inuen membrane Ye, or v fIt

tradeJ Pine; and ulih'ttihthr artnal act of COIKTM* from Ihe Stnte of North (:aro- that the Post Martrrat Yoiktilte "*. i In fimdofknowleilze lit dried prache* \ restoring the blood to *

auit nf th, '$4IPfII4U1] ; of specie ptytncntsi 11". lie was in the hIu'c uf !{epre!en- the habit paMing his packages iroteado jcct. uhich can 'rarely ifevrrnjrnn be be that ar- .Arr.in2cnent: ore :already m-i: )le to sniptothtHcinntry I lion, through the pr"t'C'aIC-'tgttli of t\1a

itl.1b ihi country! hi-1 nui reach- tnines in the trying crmi! of VS UJ-an. tying them and when they wised a' quiruJ, and it therefore to hoped forthwith, ttsi all these bra tt- orneeaes, nnd Ihro' solution pr"pira..in

.a Elin I t. tiflciait: In ticaiion of that I for m'IVla. aftcrwarJlie \" 11'r S1i rtan'.ti! rg, they? ucic frctiicnlljr.in-iULi. theopporttmltynow pres"ntnl obtaining! lif.il :animal ; and in cawnny accident be- tint obstruction in others. The Vl Intih.
H. LIP
event h u.j 'u- -n rr 'seJ I""'I ('.LIf' it t c'x- SpeJ'r'ur the llon. -and he lubt"C'II-| I ted and tied u itb tw inc. The Pint' Ma!tc alul heist ir and vnlnabkmfonnalion; upo.| fill thrm: thr others wi'l be ordered out immrlialcl PILLS h aIt.'en known ttxeurt Rhvonl.m .

diem nl. botli? in LinJ'in: nnri 1."crl'uul.| | Iv -lAitl a. a member of the Srlate Ih.; at utanburg directed th ';.Driver. uill suit befiiireted to pwsuinmprotetl.Petrr (;.In. cvoori ;.-/I.J.ttnn 7'rartllrr. | pcrmnnetitlv, in 3 "t't'b.net Cool-

Th' deinurl, for C* iii-m dnritrj ilu- ucck t'uiutet St Itr*. At all tun'" he wa* the firm inns all|( suffices on the rout", fhr one Irap.| J N Camptwll, II Rector, in half that time, by ; I

ending Jutitf 21 1, In I ore"i II-IIMU illy hr-'e, Itrpuhlir.intlir. pure pitriot: -ihc ,.\tl. except; the one on vt hieh iTuspicion rested, LFNewlinU: John Mend, T Kmif H cdilT. ( between war mid pence nmlMKi from the' ninjietesaild reIsIovngaIIn| -
Vivhien
J TH V. IIIMtMasf
at prices run-in- from 1-8 in I 1-11 1 higher lent citizen -thr hnnA: man. No one cterinoreromplnHy anJ by thus mean much aciditinntl e\'l. ryn Hock. P Hullion Daniel S, Kittle Wm ii James.Khhu h:111: bun well drCncd by one ur the ancients. I he joml*. Dropsir Of ?,11! kInd,. |" fr,,

than preiiu ratw ; the mark"I rloynl 1 ai realized. the elevate! ch.iractcr deuce 'C"< obtained. These (..If'I..re Thomas Uc. tthuiti.i'iMcsd2 "' In the lime of |>ence ihc sort bury their big mid strengthritirtf the kidnrv 1 -

'o 1-4J arl 4nee. A high pcciilame fe-lins of thr HiMiiin |Miet, .Justiini I tIe. made: known lo the Pint 1a.1C"t Onerawlio : Russell /Thornburn.Van. Veen lithers : in thr tune of war the f.alhcr bur) blmiaer. they UJM'r.Ie mo.t ttelithtfuIlT( ajid .

prevailed, and the Irl\.( wpprarrJ duj.>oi.. nacem pn>po.t stuns." Hut we forbear: immedittrlv _vent on an agcit ( Arthur : \V n J1nlgnf'. Teutn L \\ dll,. J \\ mno their ." these important ort>an*. md brttfe hue on

to hold ,nck at exKiinj rnte. -'t In I ) ablr! pm to do justice t u i Njlson, Ksq.: ) ) who, our kor'e'Ohi| i ten, D D Barnard, I Henry John I'OUIt.p - ever U-cn fonnd a ccnarw: remedy Pir.thv

The H."k of Husl.uid: hul refined to Xalhanic: ] dent remarks: "made but to ir three jr. John DitM.: J.1mp..Stc\'l'nltll. TiiratiT;;: Fli"ritla Ilou c. \f.t case ". ('ratrl. Also Worm
Hcnselaer (Jidcoillaulcy. : by
famish xid lo the Atnrnran h"u"r the rxHnm friend of JrflVrson and rs |rfiirr he fi\ed thr quill. i Wpnd ihpo S Walsh, Hich. Van dii !
any lea! p m John A I Itx A C Flag. K M I rn I": inh.a illinle ,,ItS tnhoM of Pmsa' o lfinff from lhetDrnafrJ.. of the bowels,
and at thr ht,"tnrrounu, Thorn iVil'rnA of ,o'i -no on<* vn4 UWf. devoirs! to ..lbililyof d'Hibt, HHIII| the Pot .Mastc ; Tliurlou Weed, 1. Ire 'IICt'IIIII ;informrd that aTIIKATKK ikrrpurnv; mattcr'to which these (creature
jansiMcKi.u is, 'U : |
Co. and TimothyVi. j2w. > lIa-1 I 1iled. hun than John HIQlluJph-nu our ha; fonnr :11 M'IIrdes\ile.! M'lrde! } *'as. airestei. Meijjs. McXiiii'htiHi. Johuat'mn' Kight: *, is I cm. tilted np ill the FloriI.i iwlliere. n..lhm and cnn>timpti m, by

U. 8. Hank |>.'st nut Mornt Can-it and Ahord.
Win. ,
all American eeuritir* had) declined (irratN iipot: the mo.i lull uiinte nrqsisuss(41u1e. .In si-cond Monday in October next fur llcrmnn V .Alyord Will II. II...in, Ph. nffcsar) urran.einciiljicau be troinpicteilDue ; which e'i-n sllaht folds? will
< >n' : the which lie \\ ro'r ( 'bin l Is-t illinJanniry trinl. '
iern4tion prevailed throughout Kng- paprr 1 I notice uii! be given vf the first per- ormston, irh i if rot rtrm.ved becomehardenctlanil
follow Great credit is due iudcfallahle Ten Kck: h high llun.phri
Ian". Ii.t-2. he 1 leavrn thr meinrmnr.ibfe our present produces: these ( .d11lft.

The Question of reform ,in the erimtna trib-ite in honor, of IIIH frirnd : and clficient Post Matter (Genera. AllMtiy, June 27. 1KI7.-_ fortnance.Pclisaroh. Julv rj lfi'17-21: fscurvy.. nlceM, and inveterate Sore*

law of bnel.ind., ) I mil I Nathn/icl: / Macon I \ c ) bequeath for bis promptness and euercy in thus afur. ,
i J ncitalcl; I. cfttrU gi alil rmm thr AVic Yuik Tim" ---- -- br the perfect purity P. h;rh) ihrv l.iiePilit

made to reduce tie! mnnWi o(capital; oiFences. mv nIJe't l lush I sit'cr randlr,tirk<*. ami triP Post Master at SpNrtuibnr .4 rhnn>f.- .\ ue-lcrn paper as- NO rift: :. give to the bloixl. and! .n) 1M ,,'Ht

in) "liter punch hdls i ,ith ".lml.hcll b.in- C. II. .Ir. Michal H equally entitled t tprni 'u cryia' the of NewYork. I II I ; following; S vohn. hcioncMi: !! to M-orbutir, ftrcJ bad ,
'crls that there re in city rr rrnpiions rum pll' >*'
The King of Kn.lind hi! been "eriouiwty dlr. a pair; of Mhrr CHUMiih batulh amiin .,. for the tery ini|*<'rlaat Hid he rci- *,r'w/y/A',M w'/nnmarri d females.' S "lIlthl.' works Fntro: nn- .-rl ; bv itfir "IIt"rltli.ff'I'ts U.i'n the fliW.,

ill mucli th fr.iM were ''.rt.IIt1.'t1 *' rro-t esi: !nitcd 'hrr'ul, mv hall metal: ,1"re..111I fi-rrelinij out'. the pluulcrer! of tile broken rilh.lul"" VOLTAIHK: tIt
so it tint
; 4ft Surely lie M:; S ii nuns iai: Hunk i !Mas n-it I Aid iir! kin I the mott.id sate .tJl
"li- h'- ih bite ofH. It. old :Mail. ami fixing the stigma .1' of Th" itepubitr of LettersTbr
that he \\oul.l itjk. on,!IIT hi4 in il id\ hut 1 < "t mv crr t in theieby upo and refuv-l I to lakE nj MS noc ) winch! oernsiori4 all _eiuonve c\'nn''>iiniii.nwiay. .
Euizlishi: l llieieon. aiU< thr him '!'esrrirs it'e Ihu Iihc nul'.cnlfr .n:r.s:" .m*' iifr.f.i' hi -- ,
he wa4 ctitaIeeeiit! nt t'lf! U. tvron llc. lelleijt engr.nrtl wno lirhrje this fault rests wilh the s-lergv nun rt .. III I "'", 'y. ami! other C3rrraiJ:
1'erliaps 'n re
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his IHTII k' 111.1114 the iMintf fisralii|!, llirrhohroffniir fir t oi.i tnrr ul V. lush Posf.Master Ithis tie ". .dvolun.ts' ni posM
In France an Imp "t duty *- \uh ho uroliHi. ... -I.. .. .. .. .." -IM--W fur iii ron.plrxioiM. Th- ne nf thr e Palls! fef
: eJ o-i b? t lUtfir. 'I I. Trntt n h.M beenlected I ofmy br"t pll.a lar.! and jielihiii Stale: h;is ever l e-n aocn-rd for rot'-' their w! 1Ir1' Ir..oC.y I Il I this br the cae, ihr* turn mPh ). \\ .cr. II tll.lbu: rinirt time, will rTert on entire avrry I

.' minl.lorupuhlir ui
portion to M I dr t t it ':iit'te.' Ilir<'"n I It4t \\u.Tudor'n with Ih,' cold l'hail; 11ines, ef the shut|

quier is nnmfiiteil t'lMtirellor of I'ratire cry bl'oina, atluul lii'n. lie |',.ii." and /ens. lmd with tr-irs: 1:1: their e>es. "ulnntf for rx. > rCouil, City' of llusa Common folds MM) m.1trrit3.iT will siw! .,

Barn Merthcr as> uiL'i the ministry of foreign $purest, \Ic'>t lan: 1 11'\ ,'r knt-v. Muntrrnt- Owl, (iIIeI- --ind.-Out Sun- their spon-c-4 Such a.luir of ilunacan- Thomas Carsin, ) cola.rj be nut.-] I ly f'91r .line, or 6t tw I. etenj

riffi'M.M .I.llld, nut eXist long. (Government must >,predilyidopt Hi i: lel-nJatil: 'in the abotr named stilt I, the wmst ""'.. Pil.! .-a* It remedy *
(5!h the thh L- (.II
Dupin, who occupies th prri.f'l-! .MKKTINC: or TIII: PEOPI.H: ) iy iniilil! in t. Cifit. M. AssCutitle some remedy, or there will br an L nnd all ,other cluliecisie"!, will UUnoiiirofllir lhti must uf :Iltc'hll.3" murdered the
tial chair of lh' CliamtKT: u f lepniu-. i firfnt .i/iifi 1'assss.jlr'iiiz.Aere.ihhy to road ho 30 miles on this ndc Clr ..urrer "n. One half thr guilt IIrc .I..ad' instilnlioi: turn er hillS of ih? tlir \'J.rhleI.t Pills deserve a dP.ani .
n til
to the lirml I Cordon of the Legion !.lu- the Plnlatlclphri ami looking Irm of 1I1t1.'hnu."I. rrlni nabkto; tbrte.ni
pnimr/tcd put; tisut ace, C.lll'.I..f Sc'wn.UC\. to which be U-IM pro- pouting their preii* lips i sumi: 'al einphilrr irrorftniendatiftn. If
of I llontir. :i.
The FrMifh Ipr. wore alm-M exrlnsively r Yard; !, on S.itur.l.iv! Judy !'th. to rprcMHthrir \- ci-r-linu.at a place: called I Ihc encamped Double lear Hmk.s,'* uiivva tjnnki inlou llunr. Congress will. if required a' ,th" City of Prnsicoh on the ;tcl 1 \,1.1: II Proprrtor: of ihf! -&e tnvijuatih.VIJ! .

k devoted t.ul.l :: of till jn.ir "eniiinrni in (s' sit rilinl out found ilt-h'l .ilMitil 2HJ yard iroiu ih! ; umlonblrdly, piss thus following of November next nnd l iS> appear; 1111111'11-.11 I 'fiim,rll tflite: *i rtt ileis' r.imptses! 'w

rjae (,r'.mUI.: .of ilu UI", of <),,1.- &* hue 2 eat Ill tj) of Ihr line IVnm* I h."I;, in rucampmrnl% K-hmd a ,tree, wluTrhr' hai bill, which would set millers ut re-I. to the ileehration! sled in ihr *.u.1! .iv. ..a'coniiCL' 1 u .ireN ''f I h.1',-Ii 1e xearin ansI ''.I;

the Pnncr IIel,ni 1.&I..lhur. her tlur; Stile :and ', ;stt'r4, aisi i to ppoMIhelinpliiNl Jifil-r hieui.y womulotl A Hill ;providing f'irthe relief of TI.IOOuplnlersof ( ( 10 llie M.itNlc in stIlls c. 'e made .. viinrtcrv: ,ersed!, prsrnilil'W
'OC.ucl. : proteclioaind
S Sehwerin. \Vhirlno\II.u.tt runl.IIUlll' ", I liiMill, 1111: "'Ir Mechanics arrunskillful rourealiiu nt. One of hiss horses la_% the i-sty of New York, ;and other I 'ind) 1>'it ii.'eil.! I i sif"e! rrsesisa.s '4 r. M.sersa rHita'C.:
the i I innavil I "rd Intccliirr.Mr. WILI.fAnUy.: .
on 3)h iy ; ?i.'ii.r. a: K-nai Irwc I:)
sricr purposes '
Jr.il this ,
It appeiM th.it the Kol l t .itpI' were S C. Thoinp-; or ..II.e I the mertn .il I won: upo-i n.}.:*. Thr pot.murder hatiuijretciteu; uni di"coereinexl /;, it finiflr'f.f c.-Thut on ::1111 1 alter Ihe .Iul 2)._ 1'137-21 ,___ II I w huh he rum utter* (in ilir prLtt'asciirnl : ..ar

thrice m.irnrd.' tir-i hy tlu'iiI in sitr.tIe.without i <. by calling, on i t-n. Prl date of the ol this bill all fieri i .. stiort I
< A'Illr")1 moruiuc., by t'apl.. ScarL It i is no pi e.tiige Jo-ejli S. f.l''I'IIIIIIt.I .1t'1I1 ii III' i i:4. in very tia rrreoverv tr .
ulnch no mirrnsr M .h.S in \.11.> prr!iile. --i-oNted: by John Thoinp-on known hrllH'r Iht ilrrd uai usis stilt ted men Hn' hrreb)' requited to iniir*', aul \ % Mivor's CiHirl. City olThoma I h.id, I 11'.11 r"*"">'n<.Haiii I

Frailer : 4-c-nlU. l h\' : I."thfril, i tcr- Nagler \ilium SI..nll. nn.1 I Joseph I >Imli.ms I ; or Nejrof! '!. duly fasiui in the Uimls of I II I>'men, wilhjui ('r9liu. ) 1'.tI-ac'lIl1. I 1 ,itprohihlc.! .' l-ui absolutely k3iaiW, .

4 man (IJ". H.'" 1'r ;) ant I ihiMlv.according :"\''UIUI. as \'' '(*idenl; Peter ('r.I. 1 ('apt. Jillelan-l; wasa mcmbirof thrla*1 fee or charge, any maiden or maiden: I II I t: cl.f.I.an' inlh"alM\ vrnimH) *'ni. uiu bniniii ml .I'... ,I .1 tC
lit the ? ll'Minn: ( ;ttlmIic.Chnrrh. I S. ('. Thnm Si-eri tail there 1'
"" a*
Jr. an iictti'j of suulcity, who make upplicntion roncernrd.' will tikrnotier ; :
.. Lruslatic:: t'oi.ncil ; had u> a IniliUr stint all otli rs I niuir: : rios s l0t! 1':0:4-Thplft
by ihr III hop of >I.\: "I. Tbirnji-on ht'il:.! r.Url for, ill.Sr..I..1 &e. & '. ,
for ami Ihei.
( oit'u-tr, nndcrcd niudi sviticuio the Territory. of hr i".lItlllltlU 1111'''''(. ol ef'.r' of lit.clstt'c I./fc P
From. : r hur: n.>ilnna fttiiZiiIt- I iip! incrnii in i liMimtiil u b" esisuu'hi Pith .
pptnaiiner iiLillcuoiiil| I.e b.I'c' .
Spun attn ua 'infill 1 rMfc'uwod w, .H il.' Niirrpres > "'im: '" >ul ait..t-inii-ut, t'I"r".I..II"1! ) I: 1..11..'., till !1P-est' ttllli 11I
thr lill contimiri ; ills all!| INacompa'ivitijj ("it PijJ" then ei! q"enlly hill hhoiililbe I 'Vtffl?
aji it the rl prMSL&.t
UII\ ; lo oppose il u :C, UM C I .:
'I r..lati.I" hc t.iiurd anti pn of III* mrt .Torrsii s
in puUir privut l-riil llf, ipiirk: 'if Hit c!br.ol.Lc I
horror I l I.iiiip..i} !rto '' tied! to mietins to Ihr! thousand fta' .fsu-r
prior
I tl1 ,u.I:1 loi, "halCtuIJ these! J"1\f'lIll ptn.w
life lie hits left a ufn md: children I Imotiiii lu at t"!ir Citt of l 1'1I"1I'ul.. on ihr :V I Mondayof : PilU LI lns- III
any ,tlrgrrc accMrsiry. whatmay :in-l, characier of$ tin- State a'id indie! itr in.ii.leiis do. I II is-ig his,. ; IIIoI.1 'itr\&lnir. L
prfir'1h lus end.-/7/iii/ Hatch poor November nrvl.iml : .111.1 l
untimely <4 loajiprar ph'Uq r's.h| !IMIMIr.in
of thrconten'lis M 1 Mt'
it. final' r"'II or wlm-li) 'hf -kill of her \\ uii kiiisn. I In furl 1"1'u' -- |II PcI'its "U rr,_ I rI
!' juif.es "II ltiiat: :. 'y COMIC ..ilviclonou .if the \ teu s of the m'c'un 1\.' otlerc I the'ullouin I ,.ian. The brarus ur -as-Fisof: his: ."::1, will. :.1 i ibedriJiration l filM in t!In saiil' r ir."\ iir'fll'ill : .nnn. I r tukrii -rd Um tfn Ji t. I

*. ), j I rralnblrnii 1 |Re-i iiitinii] >. which .Miinhr -ftii Fiulay Iho bills m-t. e hut n'a""n to rejoue. Hv their doubloonorlhrcaKs : }: to 5 his' .t.tlt.I' in -iM-h rise mail fir :\\C'C'k fir Is'sIsttgr. acrnr'iasi.. {,

uerr rruntrul} \ accl.nnit'.on. ind iinan-; man n.imrdCurrv. u fcitmnu, uns murdered tile! )' liar e' j'uc c<.!( d. it is lIail and protnlrJ. I IJUslPII flh rin ry oi I ihi- slIp.q.: The vsv4! U

h I'r041 Ihe NV,"T \,1',;'f-*.. I ni'Mi'l' ..IluIII..I.WII'n' | l.ill on the Magnolia rn.td about 7 or c'I111! in procuring the seal of l"H'rnur'l'.1I'u"; : s. I.EVh'Fl'. I ut from *? !Ie' ."i i, '' /r'lIIf: t 1ft I'." tolWWlI_ .

I.VTKU: FKOM 1: (; %SH.> ;,", 'ri. !liip of llie Lmr IVnn) !, nulls from Si. Marks. lie had lakr w ho hues for conic ) ears kept' them III check, ju'ii.:" )isrr--zi -_ I sit( this- wu..n. 'is'\ tilii ., fPhf"nba.l .

The brin tEd: C"I'ln 1 armil l al 1htlPn anii. alMiut to (I iiineheil at t I the N.uyk'artt I'I'I| : iqr with negro w.iffoflfr loiigm? This 1'11wIll again brconir what U ** a" 00000rl'h IK:". uitii:. list J/biHl wt'nat I" aja

4 on FriLiy. ,., eiuii ; l..'t, lirunj-iiL' LniHHil| ol Itlo city" u iconfr!M1J\ ,.fai nr ill (',ul. J. (iHinblr, who;II i is thought (sits before tfns excellent ('sit ernor camr there if the t'..""' ti. iji.iirt, Ihu'emit,. L
.
date :J.a) ,I la'e.I'i4'i. HUM* rtciixidi.i I 4 .r.l.! !ilt. 11.1f3aIIIII.h: ; of hull thrno '| cetin. <; he had mousy) committed the Imrnd -a foul. blot on thr map of the eanh by thr, Vivfl uiir It. J. ill" andI'htiilx orofitri\')y"I"c'j liatn. Uiy t fia s lUt

llaue, b> tht .A .b.tu.: Ilwf..lu\lau' -t perfect peciuen uf." arehitrciurrn
I the only IICIIM not .if....)) pu:<' ''tt: thr uurhd- rrc.il to I r isiuuhucr.u.' and dreadfully mangled and with his throat csit and in tic! moot thiou I ed public \ laces. 1O t he hud ut thr 11tS;", r of Dr. J. I""-"- Miiliiy.i.: s.a-: '.',iui!!.. haf.pt tUtft, tl

The i.n'rIK"1| Mail of tticiith >.i*'s--\V hr pii'eui'l! Inia"t of our rity and S'.ite ; The negro has been committed. to await within Its PU'ClIlC'ls.r.. tilur.Spculitrinn. I_ IJUOSNAIIVN I I Palilox Sties t Pi a- M s sui--! ihf! t all. ut M id u further l* : .

learn that% the inom-t.try court i ii* uC tin. ;1.111" due to thc.. in the abM iictf u f imK hii tll..aI.-lb. ---- .:ieriLs! I t L'Iissli;, s.u015051'tI ....;..,... i'J.r.t1II'

mighty Knipirr hut r IH-CII ,. ui t.td.hIs rIIn."I: !to t.r! contrary. I that *!he.hotilit -'l'\.v\ PortlanJ! ( Mr.I ) Ar- HCXKIIAL: It 11.ru: ,s. j ..tlif.t ttrnt-t! '.g-r- -o-W-ei'. .nlfu I I11:0 brl:
TilE I .MANDAMl'S CIASE.:
-
ronJucled thatilir. cili/rH: 0 tn! t'uitiMl 1 -. t 14' fitted out itt the uheir ,hcia4 SUs tells a good* tor*' lo illustrate Ihe siiavr Ti.lM, ustleuuu'1) 5'- lonij h.cll kn"w.ji; "''':\ t5-t.\ f...1} a tluInmncr, ear
Staler hav>* brrn rn.. '. by ( : turn built and II.u'c it < uiuicrood The unanimous opmiisi of the Circuit I liii openition perfi'rmed down ea.,. N\e !I. 59'us-il-so-I;, r'litutu: I.- If
.I.I'IIIJ ; "lrr.a. I. .." I appreciate I fur t lie i ir C\ItftlIIar) tU
()'trin of cntlit lo rob the 11'1 cl.iuiti and .: Ih\I: > ) i'el by Court of delivered the IM) not Chief of Columbia Justice was t.:1U yes.terday mewhnt doubt the truth ol( thr Mory, but mil irumediitc .p-iwers nf fltsurt54, (5llist t'[ p iiu a.r \' ill ;i>tii hirn if.! >r "(H>c rciirret, 9'
by NCI find the ...id!
During
thin of not it as we it
country a to tier give 1"1 tus.I by
nUUUr.IIUrCI"C ,11 ;die 1.I"rh hrallh, to MiriVnn.; iui.i-r | ; l''r-\'rH .11 Cf'\n
4a\'Y lumll1liUIr" persons .f't'efn. ttth
\i Ir. (
llie motion ol to lie
tcrl- on 01 C quash few noted < ,'ui tor "'
) tlun "i-eu iiulltona of ,iNtundi *> Tbcrcloir era 31-irs sinCe, a s pe
C1J ilhoul "dnl(copprrrd.; return niado by the, l'uIIma".r| (;Jtiicrao siu.iriy every k.u.l; of ,11.c. to whih the H.t-y niial! > tifH-ritif: ti ilhin Hli UV.IV '. <
iu ." Hr : hat the ..id] ". if nut from Hangor was m llie counting: room of ,!
; "
S o\'d. "11, cop- human frame is liable.; al" U"r guip isis. 159-si: Ih.Is.eeguj,
liar niaii'lainus niii. hrreloforc ni.ed
The Litcrno-il( I KJitor: "I*'", atno-ig otlur rnil In-f-iir h:" I illhi .iIn : alMOI one of our ino'iry lenders ; thr ('uuIl\ creation f > '
|> : "ul.t..I. ,.t Illlll ItL' the tcUllUll, Of SttK-klON In many; hundred of ,'crtili,*..:(J "Jet.tn- :1I.C'j: !" M-I' 'n'rIDa; fe I'
.1 thing-, tI't 1 lst piilol .".r,1 ipsO M-iil. at ; a'.d n.k.to turned on The umouiil of discount* t.ikfn !ft\ fie!
d.Ur\UI ; expense Sr..Krand Mmnir. Tke rcs, the) h itr e\i :.1 rc.-cIH"J .si:Tcr'-rlrow ir.o-t dc's-sn- irtin'ci! wkr er
"Thr 1 of the I"tiled "I'rnwil.hll'h which had been made latid 'lor
icy to la\1 N there to be d( rknl ruipperrut l on ( notts ..
1adi. .rflll. fharaeleri/e.l i g.-e'it' and the cry verycof.m iniitmely j::,*:" ,i.ttr: .iidirrsumtti'nee.*. It 'H. ho-mrr, it- c'
by ability re
as
Stair ,. fir lh.' ofsvunkliue castt anlahe I carl he bad certain I
an? out tvlneli iidrtri-! speculator
'
i.r.J.-c I Ic'a.uu' all the truiii ( da h .d.utierly c'umltt.clt.1! that t.C, in later
'u.c 11 ,trc'h.hncl two hours a-d u hal( deerplixc iio! fI u tir ; i'C'rio.r.rl if
..t('. ; occtipietl notes which he would sell for three
Kuropr : icoiciiny (.r.hll. an>l t'lt-! f.uled and th.Hisand.stlu. *!..flC' t.kr hut
>% ac the went into nnnulcexuininatinii ; to many ; j pntl'i rury sire at a tin
T1iCMtiii' his tin rr n irk : Itiiid in dcinery a cent a mo.ith: ills.-OUMI. At oftheinone II
piyor chum ; 'id )r."u.lh'l l 1'er request
r\ |Pfc'I.1iul. JUlt ; Pint mrntl .'d lhit lonformrn nil I Ih! i* coiuttiiH to ihr hit utl
, tlial Dire-'tois of thr of of the various poistanntde in there 11'luh'r'ral note r perm aceur : K eijs j if'i;
ccrlii'i werr
\ l.m" of uur mccI inics are tu ) juisi- of :hrill-i: ; %wttnoat :uci! bud t nil h\ as nii\ bt" talc "f6C'I" th I'Ii'
jft 'II'UI w II
CI.II".t.c turn and in as r:is itieti t. The Court adhere ) MMllitbut ( paunh
Kn Und held) of ilyc .\11'rl 11m! dticed which wereotFi iCil at tlnliiiscnunt ,
; {1).iIer j (' der iinnrcr%.: '
iry.ltroled
to I his If guen on the ri I urn IU the I: .1 P irtit! hc'pJ"iIl1.! S ge: .1. I.i j tet} s-"i-tuti- retb
until t'mr opinion 0111. had and
uhirli Mippartel I < t
ej they p.ipcrtvai That suns nn actill a refl one in a lotj ; lime t I run, II III'
thrvrrr) b. rulcti i how caiiM*. Mistaincd t their Jill i. d f'h'', his their! riUnr} nr.ana.ii':! aulii-j ((:ap) 1'.111., i <>Jwl"! tioftwoMMepow!
: paid, ami ill U aj t..n U4 eli'in on the uhich: ptixlu.eiii the discount at tune ;per (Tilt. amouiited: tofills
city
tlionuh f.'Iliblv: 11t.,111 Ii.- {Ill' of stats';. !I. In"'DlD
dieti'in. and nashtd the return bim proved c-iir.1 l lK.inv i.iav 3'U-n loan
free thein cl t-H th..I'l! a; uii't add it iii)- ni'Tlru.ics capiblr of Inn'iling the, far- / as ; C 111.11I1111'I (alIiii the nolr ; hue ,ss'.t.e'lttidtr PI} 5.
inMilIirietit.Tbr !) !Ii-.. ti..ill intracuoi.s! to lho Mwiio we-- i liti..ilsi r 4 "-': -.i ti-. -j .x>nIM ( lh"1
at aid to the co trt-riM ih.-y and finft ihr uorld. itat'l he would tike; lint: anti 111'1'
'hl'l e.! I I" by itnn.'c It
f favoitil anJ ;proptrdifiAr !" 11..II'c.ud "ppl Coi.rt; tlien, on motion of Mr. Ccxi:. hit IIn..e&.II.tc.,1& with tie: ht'UlllfuII'h.tu"u'i u lesser-i nil: M m "'It-r.st'-s| ; f..r. ctshd fr'sI
ly /IIPsI firbalance.
of and miijl.t Hblrfor
t'i (!r-tuute speculator 5 1 re ,
/.,!,* tn r i>n. J7.rah!. sinai, alpr lo lit her pL11 of nitiiMfor: | the relators granted a" rut p'ne.il'! pum-iples npoi; ttlneh!' ihr* au'j ,fl-ti, titsS' I .sr* 01' :.7f,1uf| I'ili-Ss4 .

TWO V.\ I'hl."i I.\TII: FIMMI i.N'LNn.The : ) in" .competent tquip MUIr of pi mptor) iiiandannis: rctuinaMe!, 01 ('.t-iruiaiii.tdtd. ,; an I upon. which thy f*..,.- from ti\.. to tea site 1'1 It. rtat

packt-t-inp$ "ahoitt.1" .irrrH I in h.n{ .(oi:*:11"ed.Th.it" : ihr"r.'r"r) the Say Hoard thr .url''I'lith of August 111'11.I There is in |plis-Irsislis. of a \ cr.on in AnjlcMy iji.t >'II i)' t. II was to tin ir iiuui'fr-i an.i iMit I II Tiiii I iM.vix]: ni nts.: :an-Mraiw

this .r> terlay (ruin Li\-i-mn!. br.n. I fie more becauhe all the I [ The rca"on for the dutantdny M-ldowi! u a !et of books \\ Iu'll1 etc in rircnlaIKMidiintiC -I "iblr action 1II'ii,1I1: thr spriuug.ssn.1 It! r.'H"r ih"V }tf.*MiKr parser f rrtiomf

lug Lon !liii; paper4 of the$ Ttii June, and .'-r iirer !arifm; ship! Ii lop t UK. fur further proeiH-ilmg u a s the tfilcrtLti" t the protectoiuJeor uctaoihnpof : | channels, : i.f lilr, iud enduing them with lie( u\kriir:: : rinlHTs-if? hfiltli tnaIoeatS ,

Liverpool oftlic rtih. KxiruCi: from tir! .r $N'a. Yard..ry M-ond Ir punehwd U"ul ready forirt | tug 'hat the Court would noC br again sit CiOIilb 1'11. 'Ihe titicj: arc qiiaini amihararierisiici .I len.-ued lone anti1:ur, fi.ii tlu-v' wrreiiidebtid I I.lr 1lru"JI.UlliIP! \ roii iituiiun. as 11.Pisirtit '
I
will Kc founl hcloiv.No } J if f\tf\ ibir i"c bee IM.I- !,>:ioti until ihii tune i .]-.\'"/. Int.1'ioin f tl..it lime, us wulle .seen for llicir' liaise> u hit It w-is In- i* j,1 l to h.* rr-tiof-J; to "lifr (rtl lI"r.
it on :
I Itu-r int-llut'ii h:&J ia.1 n.t carry 5) this follow ing enumeration : .tow.1! up<.ii t'.iem: at .thr IOl'cIIII'II'I| n.queMol .. .\- h. ufll-.W.I! dii-ssihuulini.: FhePouiiHiU.rs. tu
l'rl ike her hold'
n"rl'iHt itin. "hl| iiiu-l t I 5 lo MM in ;I' 11a, I lint su 5/ llrtniiigMr. Jsit' IIF. .. .. t M-tcraiiudit I itJu.iS ulioji- liven IW! 11 I
; A delectable! '. :"
(r":1: iii.I'uUCl =U''< v'h'n thr |" mo i awed ) I IIfl' c.tlui'.lv"I'ta p, composed
-''Y thi'- hil nol: I I 'utlut1* liflitiu I'iftuitt.-U f pub- ;>rrfumid.No-"c-Ciia)', |hun tthi; i>Miint>to 1911I"11 had; obvtoi.-l; )' tau >l. I IIi result ronml (-, y in, reMaui pens eC .

hrarJ* .ulle.of the cuicr1' ) < ni* I nc I < ( the plal" of i* e!.f11 thrartionf I Mwith peculiar iti-(,,,,," the following ;it"-" pairof 1k Iiu.s !. lot.tow ollMii'tc.t.slUJMIII 1 The proprietor rrjoii-es ill llieoppnrlu'i-:: / the Wc 1"fI." C'flllnl.r'', it ,..,.b..ntu
>C jiiyiu $
JTI 1"1".1 .
the uatirof lo .
is inuo-
S .' "CiJ1 Ie.srs, urul& ,uI1i'u.n tcoliinoni.il( :p.iriion of our citunis, infator John Fry." '1 he MiulIrM of Dlvmrl l *' atu..h'.III} I ) Ihe iini. r-.il dullion 01 ib.' ; I"'ililv' rnre J'J'fHSSD: '_0\JW ifI'i
b
-. by our ink4 Inuu li itt \& WI the dIi.stC! U \silt uorin! and no Mlierlir4tii. I of the \rerilmirly sub, VMHHIS "'"I.t i.ii l t.." --1 Issik'sui.t e } cpc fir I-dieters' line dnily: press: for plum his' \ II l:(>l'AISLi:|, : !i kin ls! ; wii'l never fail to etn
by private ailvuet.i4 a-iUcipitrd by ; .... iSl: present thus sues ti-c ol the GIt
:; \ a.uaUle eolli-eiionof ludun torton*, costumes l.ll-'il( : Il l.l.S. wilhinlhe knovnl.i| .
(
? Ih i.'iv; ,11! thr .r.i'c'I
bus lies. 11|ugh lc.t'I-d ihissIsli arCs III Iluisess" |II|u. i iIIJM : of MK1, ( I Htllei >
flIt cpvrinc'ut 4 turn, it" "*vt and ; of ;!.? 'Mnl.Iii'nUrd .
in and of Mr. Catbu'n ...lIe.y. .
tllrl'1 < nrio>iiK-s I h of inditidii il thc,
'l.llImh. of Comlort lor Ihr CluckIIH I'verv ; in coriiiiiuin lli the <
anuounct'inemeni 'ill, therefore produrnosurpriseor i MHuit-r :in iM: ft |I">ni ifidffs>
incrca-cj alarm. That in the Ilill",; of this I It is a tribute juMly paid to cemu ". of the Covrnaiit I"' A M;h of MM row u 1rnh l' hue hott of pi'rmrtons: cl"'Io.-I a i' ns of s.u ;tt'.Hi.i"lid". ill inme: af eu
in1 tin' 'Z, there nppe ir lu IK on the ofth mt'ril.nd II i* the niors 5 valuable nhieh boa. .
.Ir and f l ti-/fta'le insieihr
with lOr II.e--iulI'u ulMon.hrcail.ru out of u hole nri. .uents. I 1\ cure diteru.in-tion: i.f ULOODT8MIC that
i imfeiiju'J I .1.fJrliunr Irr Nuy Hoard st .juificcj ainnt .
I ruts i: u
iho.rwjio
| txiujja pot.t.ineo.t otTeriig fiom Ihu wall of Earthenittl Life IMN arc ucly ai.d solely Vii 1 ti- t HCAD .
thr house iii Uro"'it t u Livrr- the Na\ Yard \'lahl1iht'tJ ii n an kn<:wn ; tote I (.1! m the >xix*
here ateuiiM.Ierable
(
pool remains firm anJ unmrd amuNt Ihcummcrcul ) bate; M-ciiHiid udmiicJ I his nptndi'J! iuiuOt1) me i bv Ihr name of Samuel IVh.M be.! and rl.JIIII&IIIII'ilhl'rI.rlr)', AtU Ilils). i l'It'ir"I! to voun: frni.ilcH: ; and will bo
"
OKI to the nation oIlh) (
;) .ail"ill.1
storm that Ii all: M' a) we do at Ihe hands of thus IHII'au, winchexists collection of P.aullinIl1S cslleciton which, h The Spurut liii .Mustaro( Pot to make the iiv, ArMimnor a isv oilier nnurr-il in antform I r"uII.llut.. m it n.etl*' in all caVAs : 'oI. If

towering fabrics; and Irtl' gue I in coming ages, uheiiti-neJiiillhavctoiich: south 1 i'1I..t'zel11a Devotion.Saltation'*I hairier.. They sun : <*' i rely (>ni '5rsi I'rIln! ,' 11".1 wn.iL.uc-.s .r the DO'C"f'.tlr,1
many only with! the const-lit ot the people t' (0
ii, pleasure to obsertc the lugh I nitHfaruo Mhosc acntj! the! Conuni**>I'fIIl'rM, IIrC.lllU, c'l 1 the \.IU1'ilh. its mclUmitg nuts, u ill Vantage rouml or It I,oitpmu. ctatvl' for po-r.l of extracts ,irom rarr and pitisill I ssus-tuitttsets. n rrrueify II

s felt in London 0:1: t.te publication of thcol'- fair of gite the urti l a ii.imeamonl tlrf brightealthtt icaty Helietcrs* 'A him' sutured: Ht thin plants the vmtiesof ulut-li. Ih"UJfh! loii: i II iiiruiic: nu 1 ututIJun'iistsir3flhiim: 111It
thcpitroniiceofthelJeneral :
firi.il statements of the hitbiIutii4nhid Jissctof proportion(ioternnirnt at their di' al, ur an adorn the IIIIIIalA of |Jt:' "I. )..r. CalIm evil's head quarters, thro the tube of the known to 1I'u'r.11! huh' ti. trite*. anJ 1'\-1' he ,.rtir.w}' i f the I'hrcmxIi'inniotru'cil 1utQ-rs!I .ill

!'ion thI'I\ jn goes from this <'it) to N:* York, here of the Covenant. .* A c'ellll'I"t"I11C ( "niph .rm.u'cnttr.it: ebeI'( : thr .fa hiit-
the three prnripal.'lrrd: -e< \ \ dHcrn.inr not to Mibmit to the situ;ihuty annoi: HcapiiiL'I | hy use sitiht do
have lately ) ) II buds haslH'cn oolong iiiunife"lid p by then there ista"te loappieciale, and mumficeme II.I M>k well tempered for hc Stubborn Ear mist, are alo:1I'lllI"f unknoitn to the I i2iifrn )-, 'lice iNuil Io!.- of th"?, Jilter is da Ire

In.snuf4ttIirii2dii'Iet4. : I"'pul.The ,I ln:13nd, fur other sUUoiis, tit tie !('5 fIlM dttrimeii i to reward un enterprise of !niu*. cnthtisi.itiii I.f the l'ontiig CPIJI ; or Hi.eints b.ikfd: in II preleii'lers. : lo nndinil i.ieuetsitti ,I'uti !I.!*-* full i in untc or wine, ISJtI

it will b sicn arc ,sutrcrinj cercl> uuLlr of the Piiiladr'phia Navy Yard.Kesohcd ; and philanthropy, uhrb_ rrflectr: *
of bn h honor on Ihe Americar dlllrr\t"ler- ths. /Inckens; of the Chute l ( eombin, itMn. [ i iiv Ii:
; ,be stagnation !mrs! That in rending lu other nava ; tparnnt.s cot( [ IC n'H'tit ha'f au hour In-fou- mnll..a

/ ENCLAXD.: stations; all the materiaU: for buildn! Ships Ci'n J\ a1NDsANl'.arxAtrsf1Ecrrar4.&?. he Spirit, situ the .wei'| Sxtallows of Sal I Thr first opnation; is to looen. from thrcon's i .I less <{ii uiu; y may !lit' lakf.i; ut .Uj &- toas
\ J'.mv ?th.? &c.-I bat me attended .l Ir. ( tlill'.lcl'lurcf, liii,." Seven .bs of ful I SIC ihr Ktonurh atrl tniucls. the \\'t1..Ut:
t LOXDJX, of Ihr! Linami Frigate, as well as in the sat M a Sorrow ftoiil I vnrioti -,j .1'i ihav 'ntiirt! *d 'i ith uimdigei
Slanwix Hall
It has been IItc cuneiitly}' tin afternoon C'liitinntl indifference and' neglect which recci'tly delivered ut upon fur Kin, or thr *e'en p.inieiuiHl ISalnts ol impurities an-I cru-litirn ronMinll' alter mcaN, .llic-r litters %iilln. pro,, '

th.a an rkpres has reached this city : hl Xa y Yard) hill experienced at the hue character manners, and Ct.l5t'. II' of the Princely Prophet, David, wiiereunlo M-llliiic around ihrmj ami to remove the& .'\M<'. '!. I'IPV: ,erv really inC'(1'Uf..
', rIIIUs tribes uf the Nirth
the American
(ruin Lirrpl. aUioulu'll .cn'ral| fan" haudit of the raid Nay Hoard, we fun \ are lliau! ill1tU'xc,111I.. llunmiVs I handful tJ"fd"u'tliI'rl'C w hieh collect in lh, conventions lion of he prin. Ipal viscera, help tkflJ1pefonu tfc
Indians deem due Ian to
we it in
lire some truth in enough |oii.tif) IK in nifcrrnma design lit express uC Honey Suckles, uj'l divers Oo-lly and of use rnmll iiiirtines. Other mnlIHneson'ypittia'.ly thi-ir ftic'ionnj enable Ik*. lit,

this rumour, hut 'edl' not brlic.'e there i i4i prejudice Phila'jclpna! n"a buililm station thr great pleasure an I lti: >tr.Ction isletsWV pithy Ditties now newly augm nied. cleanse thc an I I Isncn tu.tui.. m.4>K m diai-hage into the be

any'*..4 .to _ppr.honc that fHdifiUouro and finally de-troy the Yard.HesolveJ :. luv lI 'Irn.u them. Ne,nr before co.lceted m '.,*c! In'hind!, a. to produce c\rr I 111 nnrllSI ('. 11\1:111 andl=bcnrr"9
ehould' Ihc Navy h..t'C'e heard tun imcrt will rrniotcd.
b materially .hikcn. reports That .u the .nd ship hi* been Of all the remedies for hard timcV that speedily
ft 1 prove true. The official stiteznesLswhich liutlt! here, and hr nil the name of our State. ted by and one equally ueU qnahord to do jiu- hate yt t met our observation the best I isontntned "\.114, or sub !ten diarrhna: with Its innnenidangers. :and lIst mouths' of t'ie Ar..rbrnt tcfleblPing bit

have been published rclatuo to the >
and of the : foruutiou m relation to it. Nr. I':. havingformany rrjular nnatomi, who thr Ini- of ...
liabilities acts three principt I being vtnt into exile (or that graph : cx.innnr strength& cf l odv and c-uerpy Uutih

I American hcuscs, the failure of "hl'I'' calculated; to insult the feelings piurpueanuuct of the the)'cars far West$past, been /agrd in explorin i'i\ lien you :arc obliged to obtain creditor nun bowel lfh r d-.iti! ; and h nee ,ihrprrpidicroflhci thr I"'rlprr."hC.. For (farther

A. were announced lat \c'L. and) slo".n! ; mechanic ruder uhoj-e careful lab 'r and Indian;: ( visitmgall! lUr various ( jour Mo l k, he *'eE y careful to uhom I "rwell informed nn-nac.iintihr ofMOFFATS( LIFK. PILLS arid-
the
t that each of these have ( Mir- tribe, Win mo i northerly regions qnnek iniMltcirsof ii* -igr. '1 he 'run(' SIX niTTKKS at Mr. $"'Inllin'
has npplv
Uhl.l.rubll "uprrior kill hc ri-cn (rum her kc-el the 3 ou ppl) -ana rn.'ilur who is himselfinic ,
borders of
Texa
plus after paying olf claims. making: too u to her dc-s k to be the pride of our Navy Mnd to *-and u* far .crewf,' miy rum jim. Never crtrrrit ertVct of the VIUiiriMllLi: : ': LIFK .PILLS No :210 Ur' "dwayt Xe* '. opCO

liberal allowance. for bad debts, has givel in honor to our I'IIUII. \i Cst Ut thnltik-ky aided in.Mountains has in tins for small MIIH>-nor for any KIIIII in di(. is to rle'III"l.lhe kidneys anJ the bladder, u here the rill can be oMiincd f,*f*'

h much satisfaction lit the city to.day. 1tesiiRcdThatacotitinittccofiepirsons. talent uil ittiier, lay : pernonal nddrc, and f ercnt places-licllcr owe what yon are aol l by this me.".. thc Ii"f'rlId thr lint}.'*, :,) cents, or $1 L per box ; and tisO $1 by

The of the IOh: and 10th (tout ui aii artist, been enabled to tccurv the 'lur.shtislcul ftc'Ii.m of which entirely lie THUS: for -SI I 2 bottle. nt
packets to.tther with the itfrl' of the mntint( be the confidence and 'JCtdtill ohhIMllo U&t one place, and to our or # per
U the
New 'York are now due, and are looked for, lopoinled lo address the Pnsidint of the obtain Ijjdi- nUll.'fY' mm to whom yon owe five pwi Is upon the recnlintv of the nrriar nierons certificate of she al- :

I with much iutcres'. It i i. ;ot expected thut Lulled States oil the subject, inclosing a Jill must, to intcttuiiiig|portraits tu ,\ idulllslQ frutn Uf', of the ollars/will tiuiiihiou as much, if not nr .Inq. Thr, I blood, uhich takes its red c) of both, may br there inspected' : vIn Wb

u ,1 they "JU bring any materul. improemcnt ,opy of the preceding of this meeting, 10 take sketches Horn ;\"ch title, lore, than the our to whom you owe stile color from thr ngeney
iatheaiateoatTairsiu the Umlr blde and rerpcctfullv requesling% on. his. pa.t u"ture'uf all thatia5ltiV tmdrod. It i III easier to >t.itisfv oin man Inn:* I'cf'irc it passes into the hear, beinff of chronic and inflammatory ,. fn

: It U Ldl hardly possible no\r Ihl a reTiraJ otich interference in the matter as may prc orreuurkablo m the .d u ttiun., than twenty. Give to your best cnstomer- I thus punned by \ht'lU. nnd nourished! by Liver CoinpUintf" Fever and Afl.p '
of
: : trae11 take place (ort least' cut the injustice contemplated by said anisndlsausdaceuery their and their the rotutown- only short credit, Niid when it has exr*> ed .! food 'ining from It clean stomnch, courses | psi.i, Palsy, Piles Injuries '1-= the
ness and)
rehftous
4 2 ttwQpr tbre to come. N'y Doard. and warlike sports ceremonies collect prompllv. He diligent in your hu- freely through the *cim. renews every of mercury quinine, and other be

t 1 i- Till pubic securities have continued to A. 31. pnE\.O rr. President taken oh (ofaltoiwbich' helus nes-faithful in jour word-moderate in put: of (lie syirm. and triumphantly lonEr landing, it may be found : ttip

.itaprpv cda)', although! money is nottltrat drauingr the spot,) m procure Jour expenditure: temperate in habits mount the banner of health in thc bloom- 'to lake t both the Life .Pilh acd
Fiom. Iht (.'Mat IttLtn I'alriot.GUIINVILLE specimens: of their finest dresses, onumentsr your
(or commercial me check. (litters in the dorrs before rfC'(
purposes -just in yixir dealing*-moral. in your priue ,
d omcalie .
15. .nd warlike imlfca
I let
July >ruls
'P week. The following arc the dMreainp N. B.-ThoPih1and the D
marrfcd amon; _
ple to and
gvt a good girl-
Last weekvf tftated that a Post Muter and to"Ixrcumc better acquaifietf--. ( >i you I
ny -
Sheriffs variety of human disease, to which the pet all 1 pfthes] .I.
'VtfY defy lawyers duns prisons memiryout -
1icAmund C.iruiscr. on the route from Un *Miille to Spartan- 'tnfjcrtusthbnrw 1fIt !*t before d
blue Vegetable Life I'iIiare well known to t cinfullihk f.isjtr than the best .
sod ttlmosi'Jlir devils.
And preparaparilla.
I .'/,U""berar.- /urg'hid lercmly-bem arrested (cw pur01 hrsdats ppoTtuisfy f i1em 'W.at. flrctr remedy WI tJt
d'I1"ltUJ IB iWa HI H>BHa M> BI M B H BB.VH M :- and urr a critiin .
:' Saturday Ust, ruing inooey from the Mail, but did not history: tmdiiions, (feeling: 'ind 'opinions. Glr /coming at /cur.-Uy the Cham. Y IJEP.Ibr ihoronijhlf cleansing: I rushinz oUJond! II the head of all;'. .M' a.

e. iirvude Ian mourning fur. ths death five particulars as we received the iutellitncc Interesting as are his rrmatks, tMy are )iun, Captain Pearson, jut arrived (rUin the first and second stomach, nnd neating Ihesidsehues, lie doulruieiut. *< fI'i'- ii
; (1oq f.lbe mot tmuou* atid ; in Mich manner as would not sis rendered more to, by l being accompanied 4
a.,, iilitli.m..an' 'apeTown, Messrs. Macomber, WeMi & flow of wire healthy bile instead ofihe dona who arc pre itlC| > ed lo :
who gracwl out (lmlri.. 1(4-( tiorixc their publication. This week a cor ill all cajH-s ,'l.b lhe #lhiL tae al-IlicaMe Co. have ren-iu'd advices from their hunt- stale an l acrid kind ; Flatulency) ) Palpitation I pll''}'. &c should netrr be "
announces t.e: .' respondent has furnuhed t'8 Mith a .IIIt-t tune of the ponrait o(the ptrauu,tfr Letcoes lug in the interior for
parties of Africa. Mr.'layton. of the Heart, I/i s of Apncttle, Henrt- I Life (.Pill or the Pilfer, -"
.genre ia the fullowiiif Siuiple I"ru.: rccnt of CaCti, connc'lodfilb the atf.&ir, the of the scenes ur the occurrence he is their hud ot
principal agent, arrivedt hum, and I Headache. ICcsilcMnes, III.!| I time will save lifeThey
.Jt is with feeling of d t'Vp regret balance of which we give below. descrllI| uug. His collections portraits and ill
we Town
Cape ul the head of one of ihrirrgst temper, Anxietv, Lineuor, nd MHancholy -I circulation of ibc Mood, draw .
hareio death of the linn.aihayitd The Post Master who has httrn arrested drawing, several hundred in number, in- with (
Ilu.Cuu.e tl. expediiion, our tplcndt-1 will vanishnsasiiturnnonaquestee! u from the head, restore perepi 4
; > Macon. lie this lite scythe tunic of M'JJryde "hCHO office tependciuly of the merit of them
dcparteJ at many Camel leopards or Giraffe, an Eland a of its cure. Contivenom by cleansing the throw niT every impurity by ,.

., Lu rciidrnce in this county, on Thursday i. called M'Uridvsville, ou the route from IICL..JltS4Cf as. mere works of art, are highly white Rhinweroi, Afl Elephant: &,. ,f'aw whole! Higth of iho inlctiuc, with a ani.t the skin ,t.,17, la-n.





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_tid: uioi authentic iniurnutiott druid iheinterior. to aveud the Chattahoochie and all four
with Kentucky through LoabvlKc. lu the Alobama Florida & -Kail Bead
I to unite at a common point and Oeotfia
1'1 f.)1L9. pursue the Utter case.1; steam boats aM .tirer navigation
In my next I will forutrd yon n lilt of commonhigh-way lo the waters of the would b$ substituted! for locomotives _

SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1837. nil the posts in Territory, with the force \\'f'tCI. The road at Columbus will be met and rail roads; and there were few. if any, Bill of Timber Revised.
at rM"h. &e. &<-. by'a highway of rail, now under vigorouspngress who did hoc concur In rhe .*... thartbe'
liear nothing (further of interest! from *' We hate suffered"' much from the unnTUallycxcrssUe of completion from Peosaeola. produce la depot at IAalriille'eovW, by

&'1II.nd of Ifel. Drown. Capt. HawU drat of the season. The itpening a communication with the pl(01 steam boats>> ,. be transported to toed terminating SE&LED farniihin the following
'" f 'ounrjPt 'Ihermomelerhas ranged within the last Mexico and at West Point on the Chatta* the Tennessee one-half PROPOSAL
)Wren w)2oarri' on at bills of TI \!
tbd Office of the ALABAMA
,ad 1JtUt. ten days from 00 degrees' lo 104.( hoochie, it will be joined by a road now cost that It could by t continuous rail way t ,
> of the ) !!, were brought: here! FLORIDA & GEORGIA RAIL ROAD lOtb
I 'I,1It constructing from Montgomery offering from Louisville. With thaw views, Georgia COMPANY until the day
tag;eel ad: nQ Wrdnc lay li, in the FORT KINO, FA. July 11th. 1837. access to the interior of Alabama. From a"IU, '. bema up and doing, and August next.- o

: 8"". ny are l>"*hVjvsl rf'C"01"trinl. I hate, but little Indian news to communicate. this view, it it apparent that by improvingthe Carolina prepared, let us mae a long pull, .
a Yon have heard I presume, that Charleston and Hamburg Rail 2Jad, I strong pulL and a pull altogether, for To
Mai tial now nUint Il-.) Indians ihe St. Johns and be delivered at the foot of Broadway in Peniacola.
Court t sitting on 1 are on by increasing the facilities and conveniences the Suck on the Teno' aee. The name iencmirafia i"

_A'\ fri Atr Coitttrltntinn the I another pnrty, of the same number, in of travelling on it, and by bringing it ;. The Sank for a tour, whichis
the sctenlI i,!fficcrs.! We_ understand this vicinity, hunting, with orders from into the city at one extremity and extending to draw in for distribution the produce or 64,000 feet in lineal of Bellow Pine, (heart) free from sap six by eight inches sonaie'
vii 01 thejrchiefs not io molest white people<< or << it into Angnnta at the other you connect North, South, East and West, is very appropriate. lengths of 18 20 or 24 feet
t1d y\ttl i hb..r5i are through, the court to interfere w uh their properly. The) met Charleston with all the points enutne- Let us not delay, but send representatives -
.tbrf1' rdrred In resolve itaelf into a title or two of our Indiai.s scule days since:
!crlrv\ and to r1'rTin''im.'tI' )' and sent word that: thc\' wished to come in, under progress in Georgia and Alabama.Uy .- Companies, and to the State of City of Penseola and the Eseambla River .
Irf of tile Mctst: if thev could do so with safety ; that they the Augusta and Athens Hail Road, Georgia to consult and agree on the principles .
tt ,"b\'j.uI to the capture: an would have been in before had they seen you hate fiat, a connection with steamboat of union and mutual contribution, by; 14,000 Cross-Ties, 8 feet long, flatted on top and bottom to 7 inches of heart; with a

Fri: I'r:' :_ ___ any Indiars (Creek*) to enable theist to navigation on the Tennessee river !' which the Georgia projects of internal improvements depth of not less than 8 inches between the faces.

comuiuii'cate their "illh.-that it was and a distance not to exceed4Q) miles ;; may be completed, and by; .
ITe htaess"1,i"iHru'*'" a'nit weep.least.| lo peace, tc. Word was Hut there that they and hy the Columbus and Challahoochie their union witn those in Carolina, Alabama To b delivered at the Kscambla Crossing.W,000 .

the fact 11..t property !herr'! had might come in, and Ihe next day four or road. a high way to Pensacola and Mont- and Florida. made truly worth of the

tiles .s I' rerm to hud<<'llr ftlnu""t" five made their appearance, with melons gomery is open at distances, to the former name national The above are the view fet lineal of Yellow Pine (heart) ; aDtlnr. free from sap, six by eight locbs
M hfreflc confirmation: of this l-ef, &c. They say that they planted place! of about 550 miles, and to the of one. who, from the earliest date, considered Itar in lenghts of 17. 20, or 24 feL
IMW4 tnelnnsatd corn befoie they left this part latter, between 390 and 400 miles. At the Charlerton and Hamburg railroad 11,000 f y 12 in lengths of 18 or 2 fret
..a't al public a"r" or
,
a ra"b of the country' 1st t spring : that the corn Montgomery and Columbus you meet as but the commencement of a common 430 Stirk 10 > 10 18 feet long.
the I*"J. BJM. at dead 1 property will not amount to much in" consequence with steam boat navigation, the one transporting trunk which was destined one day to 6 10 j 10 2" U .
LHrt, srro:td<<-{I..as 'icvk and ilw proper of not hating been freed of weeds in sea.you. you to Mobile and New Orleans, reach the far "'eJt. Mr. CIlKm- had with 0 10 x 2" .u.
s hj'JC"r' purr" dim had! e\crMIT Ihe other lo the interior of Florida, Appa- his accustomed sagacity indicated the u 13 X H, .
'1 1 Nt 1i ht I niiscd one of the Indians: from that lerhicola and St. Juee hs. These connections route and when the Cincinnati project became 1800 Round Piles, 2 feL long 11 inches of heart at large end. .
.ce npNkCar! lf" '. Rrctr<< t1m'IIh. ; cut lime nniil ye,,tcrdav' when. he returned, ; hehadleen MI imposing! ang opening such new the genera) theme of every tongue 330 square 4 12 > 12 .
,43 era tryr situ',.. f)i at 1'I-f'lI)' 10 Foil Mellon: or Philip's! town sources of commerce and tn w'"l m..a.v farmed Ihe>rriteruf.this article feeling the deepest -
M nI end! t spirit of imprmnnetil seems to to inform them of their reception."Ill port on the Cooper and the Ashley, interest in the subject of a rail road connection To be delivered at the Crowlnp 1'L ife'i River
those who i ie nluiut' this lime they !said: they can l he perfected in so short a period and between his native (city and the
,i even among iicter mi-
L .. were In return and 'go:: o\er the line establiohed constructed: at a -ost comparatively so in. Western States and confidently relying on 7200 feet lineal l, 8 12, in lengths of 18 or 21 feet.
y purfbrf"Vflfsrn" hy Treaty, and that five or six of considerable. that it becomes a question of I the profession of many who were first to 000 Sticks 10 > It). 18 feet long. .
the Chiefs were to go In St. Augustine! toe deep concern: to Charlestonians, whether impart to the project the stimulus of patriotism SO 10 > 10, 2.. "
I \ th-,t sjurie; in New-York is the Officer about store should not lend their and backward > 14 I
01< Commanding a they energies re- was not in personal sacri I 0 13 ; ,
} (v.uh uhich they wish to trade at this p.flul1'tlfir./(there and aftei wards hunt out fires, and of individual contributions in aid .
New-Mat | place) and they appeared pleased to learn mountain passes, to extend and imprvva of those scientific investigations which To b delivered on Simpson's River.
thai Cen Jcmp was there.'TTey our connection ith the'! far.eat.. On this would lead to a decision on principles liberal .
tif|.(ifr |place, has rcsunifd pock pay.aettzrrpt -. hate their women and children quarter we find Alabama and Florida ani- disinterested and comporting will 8,000 ff'elneal, 6 x 12 in lengths of 18 or 2 feet.
,>>i for truly
|Iii T..H..h.1"'r) i it IH raid, ihe C'n.1 ll.ej do not intend renewing hostilities! and! toad I connections!( with the South, creditable local Interests, with a spice of Wall 2' 10 >! tO, 2 .

tra18J"s. drag a OIl Sew"Turk at three lot rttSt Ibik; is i if they were onlwaitinz: fur the to those young communities, and street influence however, have threatened 2. 13 x H, .
*
that little sieklv !V.-IMIII to pa 's off Hi quit the country ':eorgia roused lo the (dill extent of her en to mar: its harmony ; and every sugjres- respective points the Piles to b delivered in the 'and the Timber cross-pil '
tit things r
arc pittniL'! a
agictrubly: to their! promiw.9from : f'riitfland! rcs-mrcea. They invite u. to lion which might bring a new route to the ed on the ahor,.. .
",,Ift'. The fart i H, that the cnnirnii' nor -- --- -- -- the participation and if we accept, and West, inconisMst with the one on which The above hill of Timber must b delivered between the 1st of October and the lit
t,' rcBifltncfiJ,.M.M nlll dcixi| wi. much OMie I the Charlftton Cutiritr lend our aid to those enterprising States, in the few had set their hopes and expeeuUons of December. *

> ,fc..'.J l currency as tipo-i: fon ign: eThe 1.1 The pilot boat Robert Ilrnce: armed less than two years may the connections of private accommodation and partisan The amount of Contract will he regulated to suite convenience and responsibility ,
hi re jeMerday fn m Key Wrst.llv : between l Charleston, by nil-ways, and ihe rebuke.It of the It would he fell for theproposalstnembracetheaeveraldecriptinof *
BaRf"" "1.in'pl.u'r!'. as they) are I InItd :lists, \r.rl"e reci'tved a letter from TenncMsee river, Columbus, Pensucola and is not too late however to recoil from .pplronta specified, a in the event of being underbid in one they

: would du well epongh to j-tir- !_ IM.1.1I I our (Ofllrrcpowle'lIl, dated, Key "'.."I, July Montgomery, be perfected. The commu the false position taken, and to unite in may b considered applicants for another.All driplion

Jilt&!,.I!) nfOt'CI'I.raeli..r' life, l I.ut we IIHI"'| i ipwttt.1I !Kt'h.: rontaimnj the follow! ing information : "inti"n.ilia Columbus!, Pensacola and the accomplishment of a road nearly half persons dr..irnul of con ratting, will receive more mirmte information, by apply
(' from abroad : and here IM-+ for : "The Court of Admiralty has! decreedin unllm.: ry will direct the whole current finished ; which is straight, plain, level and ing. to the undersigned at the Office of the Hail Road Company in Pensacola.Will. '
the case! of the torque :llcn (Hand orPhilaJ..II"ar" of Suuth-Nestern travel to meet the line of ca+y. The Great Tennessee attained ; the S. CAMPBELL
,1.1It iiieontenwiur of a drrangrd cur I 1.llIe'' .Master firms New ,
) Charleston with
detry steam boats connecting high ways to Montgomery Pensacola
:rocs. The Hank, ( |1'eii..arid],, in lt' l.i.-tr I: York for New-Orleans, thetm of .7,500. ( the Northern ports, and i if the road should Mobile and Orleans. ..laid open ; should OFFICE. ALA. FLORIDA Pt/f 610., July R. R.CO! .CO."P.N, }; \t

>.+statriiicnttdirucd: ,,! ; nu u:! ntia ;'n.tpt"I"I'*, as salvage. She got ashore fail in its object of transporting the produce they not accomplish! all 1 the objects which: --
r I..t Urge: Hinrniu: nf (MI\er moot on the Tortngnp, and was relictcd and I of those distant points to this market, the writer of this believes they will ; the Marshal's Sale. Piano } ors
IlCh.tmrtuvrd111atrndcn.'r.Nrtctr ('roncht to thin |port on the 20th ult. As ; it scarcely admits of a doubt, but thai they streams of travel and commerce they must Florencio T Comroyrur, I ,r liE subscriber \ fourteen
sal nmrli of her: carcoas! would pay salvage will reeriteby it, all the dry goods: destined necessarily pour into our city, -iII'he bu years experienced Tuning and Rep-
': Icu,.T..Ih..h a ('n..IIII'f| tift tl.\'O
,..tt.t\: r Ilmk, heir tin 'lat drat upii .ra+c of the Hr. harque Ro..ilm, which ves- the other fide, both time and money by success: and gathering strength from tOr an P'trO tie eatfJ. to C'iizn Pnuml. p

Sr'.ow."C ; t,..: )hltho.u.h"'ol'elt4Jt'd\fr.! ail! thm'>!sd tear Ih(' Light Ship, on her pas.nc moat he consumed! in finding a route; accumulation we may then tempi the BY virtue an Euuli.n to me dirrc.le. JA11E' FOR"ER
i _. from Jamaica for London, will IT 5 before here is little or no participation, the burden bolder adventures of scaling mountains, from the Honorable, the Superior !
wet' Ilft.1 "U'HtUI' "lore C'' the Court on the I5ih in"t. There has (and under most vngrittrqiu erac- and the more generous schemes!! of parsingby of the Western Dictric of Fiords July 29, 183721tfWestern

lf>eii ,.,.-e.! from her nlfiiit. D) puncheons lions,) isca-ton South-Carolh.a, : Old! l hipvein every !man's door, and of affording lo in fovour of Florencio Commyns District of
Florida
M ii-.x ('un.I.a m!>l.inrs:.n- 1"-.r.II"4)) in of Hum ond fiOhh'.Is! of Sng.ir snmr his ,. anJ ,
Loh.: Wmrkle still slumber in sleepy tery individual tie acenmmndatinttofa: against John Alb and Eugene( Latar- .
tr! nrv jwj; 'r*. i>r UH ,mall fluig>% to \\iKvi and :\13h:1.J'.e. prig,: Stattra utllotv. Kentucky i is indifferent ; Ohio' locomotive<< 'o his country ......t. We may dy Executors ( I have Irie upon SUPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA.AssumpsitfSum.

withht:, """.'1""' ''" elt ,"rc'it'" ;J.....} IUlntOJ fin Net\'Yurk Itfi this vcsterday.: with her yankee economy, i is calculating' hm with the wealth of the V\esU feeding" and attached Lots 4 and d'2, on bay and J. D. Dull and Hen i -

the 113.,1-". I.... 21''o n-tr- The ":uaJtiaatrbstt'air :' the rusts! and Tennessee though seemingy our coffers, build roads for North-Carolina: Saragoza-ntrcet, "11'hi be offered forsale ry Wade, trading un mons for C300-
[(" "1"1' rc.\TIp.] more alite to the project furnishes non and Kentucky and wind our devious ..ayIhnUlgh on Saturday 21 r//y ccmiaiSy rrinHikttMc fs.ra din EDITOR: : tlIC"hlcct: yon will rceeite ">nrit, Ihl l the'! loan of State bonds, for the the mountains of Burk and Rutherford in front of the I louse, between Bull I &. Co. 371 cents. Returnable -
arre.tr..,. .1' .1! t hr.\) of Ijlt: a tnrJi: uotiidfAiisi ile htrlf'ctfln Courier cnnta'iiing in arli- ntercM (.f which. the comfany must I be ; make circuit by the Pe patch ;. the hours of ten and two o'clock, as pre vs.Thomas to Novmb
.. .e '-<\ tU :1.: j jil| .< -u inn i.tiny toKi < by Maysville and Covington.hy by sw. Term. w.
,4 tUrwi litiit -' (.'u! for h"c''.* rle on the: Chatlet-tnn: & Hambnrch Rail which I belrte every individual. at all ace Paris, Lexington and all the townsoi JAMES W. EXUM, Mnnhal. rp II E defendant in the above named suit
a
Hoid 1 written hy a gentleman: who know* 'IIuun'I..1| '.%ith fart'j will acknowledge in Old Kentuck. ELLIOT 1IEAD1NGTON, and all others will take
*(.t.f fray a <]"Xni I11') .II'h_** In Mohitc :and .ippreciatCM{ the adtanlages' that will th I J jrrn.ral l lo be correct should! \\., long For the present however, being on more Deputy ..11ursAal.July notice of the t"nnree. and of the

tkrMTHI iii .jMirrrna! IttMc, on lhc' rat h. ,, In ili l',.iilr States. and hesitate ns to the eo'me, tvhsch: the flhj'I" sober work and looking to results certain, 29, 1837-21-51 i issuing said attachment, returnable to the
egnrriilljlo
tU\Li"luf' .\ fjH-.nl c<( .>.urd.u rll.Icciatbt |' "rll" Carolina has to effect prescril. They are tpmly and beneficial, we should unitewith next term of the Court aorid. to he held
it. St.lh".tt.ru r,-tion, hy multiply i ihvion*-fin iHHJ*./iu' .'nrt, of a 11I1.'e J !hill f
;I".c" It me the f.irililie of inter-eonimnnieation. and Chnr'enton' and l1utissurg are willing to put their shoulders manfullyto of November,, and tosppearand
the! srll I+ Hf,f sot and n fmirili ritiuM IVrniit me In 1IJf.t! th.it it would mate ('ompanj. and ti* ai'ding' : ihe resources of the wheel, aud to do their part in Ih..I1rompfillhmf'nt (' AUCTION .Ihe declaration filed' in the said r ple ae

sa4 winos! tb* *}HMif tier lull is.i .. he former 10 t.rl"r! of the Litter: with a of the great project flf union eording 10 the statute in such cu
riilly a ct ;t the Jrt'I1ftf'.el seheme of Rail mae
..ort: a :r.' .I Jc il I tHiir* th mil. reptt4ea11'It unction with Georgia aid Alabama, to with the rr.d. Those States are loo generous and pro\idcd.
/ ". ''Ii Colin IG.ad Iniprot rsu'nt. in AlilMnta, CrOrJlla >erfrel iho' ",.c rail way c.mneetions. with to dictate to a sister, when she arks THOS. SI. BLOUNT
t.1.t : .Hlr U'Uf'lI i rtorida and Carolun, if ymwrnkeri -, oftrnl'r, he South and WeM. which' nature hrrsel! Rail Road passage through her domain (favorable Attorney for Plain

ha lo ale t.iia-....k! >ry. It r.-I'Ia: !: 111114.Ply I.t ] the. piilihr inforiiK", of wlnl i"i doitii'in Ia:.+ pennii llto h.. and ., ilrtely within our eonro: |. and the fruit'f '
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itt r. tjx ( ie! /g51Ifktrrattt.ly.u -- to rxperthat under that dicta
tt.I..lion the Rail Road under
..N ynr -UI lJrrrlll IIut : ope.rntion > them may be fell in a single l ear. The' lion, he is to bear the entire burthen of ON THURSDAY, 12th August at 12 Western District of Florida,
U'y'lea haiins! for Its object the connection lisiance. to team navigation on the Tenir construction.' They are willing to perform M. be sold that b'aUillal,1 valuable SUPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA.
thr .1,1.'til tyaltuM11 10 fttc IutlarsTdfea of Montgomery .Mid ('uhunbus'ith this ""ce i is hut lilt miles. Nearly half of the their full part ; and the Cincinnati and property.i culled rhe t being Daniel McCartney, 1 Attachment

ln i'k-at the !tank, of M.ik! .-and at plan[ route is already: completed, and its contin- Hamburg Company, turning their backs 20 feet! fronting the Day and 12J feet fronting va > Court S
12 Cnicli f iliff nation far the Chattahoochee, unJerontraet. for lime the and flat rock It will b divided prior E
tI Suio 1I.1..t. at Mobilr. I lam aware that a digit to atoid the ns ns a on centre gap on Rtddingstrrct. ? Tom:. Carsin ) .
-- -- -- (' '. The Georgia portion slot ie- etnnof, for the in.r.t.or Carolina, ton into two Lots each CO) feet front by 12 defendant in the above suit,
THE
NH, l :a pny. \\ a ha- e un 1.'r.lrN, l that. ;i\'lfiinl: syMein, has induced the proprietor m.in..o: cnnsumite the work, and with soon coalesce with Georgia in a project feet deep and ndd in that manner. all others concerned name, take

'S ui flit |prrWri'hrfd parkf! ''II lo rotor fir the R iad. an well a!* yourself. to !':iy little he example; of private conipHiurs pushing which is to transport us in less than two tine hall cash in Florida. Alabama or Lmsiuiia notice of the institution thereof and of the
wPtas fir' noihing, in relniion to it. nut thne i, ndilTerence \ iLnrltUlIrur! the Weft', and the stimulant years, with the rapidity of A locomotive lo money, the balance 6, 12 and 18 issuing of said attachment, returnable to the
+ula, either; (rash, New-OririiK or between the of State l pride, we need apprehend niinncfessiry the bank of Tennessee, and to the Gulf months credit, secured hy mortgage on the next term of the Court aforesaid, beheld H
I.tlaie (we aid not rightly: .: understand: misleading ptblieaerig dehy. In less than: two years, of Mexico. The plan is simple and plain, rnpcrty. An unexceptionable tide H ill be at the City of Pensaeola on the 1st Monday I t'
'k-b Iola!! the ultimate SUCCCM of the undertaking should the slime view a animate the three sill within the of the Slates of Nnvembernext
?) l t.ut j'Ml at the moment whru tt1l' present mans eh e r. an t appear and ple
't' .tJOUIIIJ ruilkjrJi.! ih.'Lot 1 IViisjridi ; and) nlTonling correct information djacetit: States mf'lIlu"CIhl'! '! commercer and private. companies interested. More AU lo the declaration; the sid
C'rrtlt (iiil.iniit: Ihe rtartlmj;: Intl.JJi.rw he Alabama; : Georgia; and ea"linlrh S.n located and under contract : the other trert. and provided. me
fair be made its
;!sat nn MM: of indigestion; hn-J ornirrcaliere .t pretty g'n"H may as to neloe, to the hither side of Ihe Allegheny! third, will! "surveyed and defined hy the 1"t undivided quarter part of Lois No. DANIEL MCCARTNEY.

duimg the tttl,3,) eta..u1 into probable completion.I and lo the Atlantic. The connection w rah fall : and without another year wasted inton'enliur.1I" 1 and 2 of section 29, 'J otvnship South, July 2 1837-20-131

& riuuJi, .nd they at cnce determined 1 am n-spectfuUy and truly the Tennessee River will accomplish all the mountain reeo '10inrt., and Range 30, 8. and W containing, 259, fifty _
Your friend) and sen,ant, objects) which any connection with the most expensive! surveys, we may set seriously one hundredths acres, on CarpentrrVCreek Superior Fire Brick
W to come. \\ lut a 1 pity Can nooj '\'. J. II. CHASE. .,hio could, and at nearly one-half the disance. to work, and with Carolina and bounded South by Smith's tract, 5 ON at Bonifay's Brick Yard jI
k fjrni'h .:. nith a oak; of gndig\":'U..u ? We penetrate a part of the'f'1It, Georgia aid\ : with the resources of the miles from Pensacola.That near Pnurol.between 3 and 400.000

If Bwt, vcsnjlu. h;: obliged,: 10 any friend the people of which are more homogenouswith Cincinnati, Hamburg and At hen's Companies largeand commodious D\ulnand FIRE superior quality sur- _
kr Front the ChurlfitonIn C'tmrir. war own, and we open an intercoursewith ,, cnnsamale in another season the Lot, formerly the residence Ir. L passed by none in the United Stales, those '
< f>< J night ma:e, or any thing of sitekud a previous article we !spoke. of the. North-Alahamr., possessing: an export marriage with the West on the plains r.fNickajack Baron, 70 feel front on P.lafox-street wishing the article' will do well to ret them

Ib..1e can work up in m-h a wajM Rail improtements: now progressing= n f(cotton in value more than equal to any or on the cloud capped elevations { l 100 feel deep. On this Lot there is a fine here, as there is no mistake in the quality.We .
to repair il.c mischief v.huh. we lu\e in 1/eorcia and A'abama: and of the fat ill- pork beef or lard eter found in deposit of thcTtook-Ont Mountains.A Spring of water, the dwelling is lurpas also make bar Brick., when wanting.

4w:. \\e hat; c heard! als.a, that ihe' other tnoT'ie! Rail Roi'l, for puiicipiunc in the t benefit cut off from the Western! meat market. of the above, onehal cash, Florida JO- Te Mobile Register and New
oar "bei ue made soinccoinnlaintuf( a of ihoMr. projects., Whatever may have tt'arl"" ) uftltr!: gnuJ phi.1sof I'c' titM*, SOUK been the I'un.rtlfflie". : ',, entertain. at or the produce of the interior which, affecting to
Jr.tr.aI"Ibl,s.tt.ftluN.Urle.u I II,ouputIHFy'so ,our nine on the .nbjccl of a union between hroutih Ihe facilities of steam navigation world from religious motives, when we on- mortgage on the property, bearing legal) I their accounts through the office of thePeorsacola
the riM'1'is 11 t.'ar "n", with those in (;('ur.cit. on the '\'rIlINnut..rl, would find their ly withdraw from it because we find a interest. Titles unexceptionable.D Gazette. s
test
rt the 4if that ni that
jioinl :
people<< ) : it is well understood now. that they tray to Ihe Suck on the Tennessee!' witTihe greater gratification"" in the pleasures of re- V ANBAlN. Auctioneer. I June 10. 18"14-m
It bad .. otuch hog-and'homminy hen i have all given way to more liberal idea*. I same ease, and at probably no more'! lihmf'nc.U My dear children said an old July 23,. ) +
11 *f could rml.tlme-in other words, more in consonance with, the principles, of cost, than they are now transported to rat to his young ones,"ihe infirmities of age- I Vessel Wanted.
rbt.e here in no dancer of surtatmn ; free trade and extended circulation. Individual ,1 hose mtrts. The Tennessee is one of the are pressing so heavily upon me, that J am Zenon ) Attachment in the THE .ubtribrawi.h to
IW ,.elfihnefcs, nut! local interests, often inert of the tributaries of time Father of deiermiued to dedicate the short remainderof S\cbtt'l[ Ma)or'. Court, City of A CARGO -
1hnugh the editor of she Gazelle mi ht t 8 Jo
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in their collision, mar the grandest livers ; it is eqntllv as navizubln as the ray days to mortification and penance,in Thomas Pen'racola.rflHE seph's. A vessel carrying, i
hattrliog ecrj body .I l.o was" liming OM lfriM. iit Orni, in her plan Ol in* three hundred defendant in the above named suit, o
n n | Ohio, and it is nearer by a narrow nd lone))' hole which I have late- 70,000feet, will find ., despatch,
briar of the land. The fellow mu't I.a..c' lernal improvement, has pursued! policy wi/',, to the Atlantic waters. At the Stick, ly discovered ; but let me net interfere with Jand all -tbe" concerned, .i take on application being made to
a'xrited the .(.hil, i if he ua. nut 4dt hifctanuiidala by which all those conflicting interestsunder would grow up town, equal in magnitude your enjoyment-youth is the season fur notice of the institution thereof, of the W. ANDERSON & "

," of IMrr the I h'rlllit.I.! !! .. a t-piritof rivalry will be. made subeitienitothe 10 Cincinnati or Louisville, and at that ple..urebe happy therefore; and only issuing,of said attachment'rt'lurn.he lo thus Esperanza Mills, July 1 1837. C s'
project of a union betweenthe point should we unite, in constructing the obey my last instructions-never to come term of the Court afo held
1b& our parr prrnuxca &' hale been I Atlantic and the We.t. Abandoning wouldseek of Pensacola the :3d Mondayof
read 11I1; nltd. The WVsterti people near me in my retreat. May God bless you al the City on Runaway,
&be %b..ly land of hu crusade in her legislation the field on which she! and with more ease probably the exchanges aliI"! Deeply affected, snivelling audiblyand Nonmhr net, and to appear and plead : From the subscriber livin
Vt*re ftometimrs inclined! to be aerious, could not act with unanimity" '.. ; she selects with the Atlantic which it was wiping l bis paternal. eyes with his tail, lo filed in the slid case, ac in Pike county, j
> and this for State improtemenis, hy Slate appropriations Carolina's olrjecttneffect. by her Cincinnati : the old rat withdrew and was seen no more rriqlo the statute in such case made the road Al 0
upon orratior.a. uf this toil; yet leading,
common proum/, on which all and Louisville project. It will be accomplished for several days, when his youngest daughter pr'ide cello Mod
otldbe I"U\C" to the carping querulous, could It ha. been derided, therefore ENON 111.1 t Monlr'r D
concur. at I less cost hy a road of easy moved rather by filial affection than by Z SOUCIE. rues
kypitrrnical propensities of people of nci, un liberal appropriation for the Ie.l trorlualion and level, when compared with that curiosity which is attributrd totbe' sex, July_ 29, 1837-21 I, a man t years oW,' Cbic DE
fon equencr, a Ir importance Ina ration and commencement of the work he mountain obstructions' to Tennessee stole to his cell of mortification, which likely abut 2 when
degree ( tvifRtiMdeatthe. last: session ur mIte Georgia and Kentucky, and by a route little morethan turned out to be a hole made by his own Edward G. Johnson,"\ Attachment in theMayor's interrogated that; b
cb weighs or
they! :arc by i>.> me.ma entitled. 1Vesea t"oat.1t the of the [ abut 10 pounds Dr b
Iygiature! expense half the distance or as, 400 mile to teeth' in .n enormous Cbetire cheese. Cour Cir has a scar hand, thumb .
out only' willing to receive, but we are KiJte. the common trunk ofa substantialRail 730: the distance between Charleston and f of and fore hrbl
grateful for, all fuendly dinonition. But Road should he !hid: down from point he Suck,- and Cincinnati. The adaption PASSENGERS. Thoraas Cnn J 121.) last rail of the InJur b being a
a part "
Ch.ualtt O'laitnt'arl' $ dun Wesl of( is in the abase named suit, nm o
the
on ) of rail roads to transportation yeta
here heavy 'rUB
ia and thumb and
spirit of compUint, whicth: may Augusta, to the: SUCK on the Tennessee problern and I believe few have contended Ptr & ..AfrrdUiU, CptAW Ilakar J.ttm all others concerned, .1 take his finger caused .
!lesa
-bat tiiiaaytletour. II" icidy to faiten for attain boatK. Previously, and at the hat for interior consumption) would ever Mho AJpiq, Mrs. Wiuuan, M,*,.. P ..J.. issuing of ae to the one or his two clothing large scan I think o, b ( b u

"...n any thing that t'Umt.ln lu way. It same lime with a %icwuf stimulating indi- find their way on a 700 mile rail rotd. rat, Loaaa, Stafaaa, Keflj, Roamt, Alpin term of Court aforesaid, to be held be hips has; one shirt and, paniaJooot ofhurgs Ottwa,
Wf t idu..l- capital and enterprise in the middle What was destined for exportation must Wiikinsoo, Zatharis, 8&al'erd.) Gaiter Tio, a' the City of PensacoU on the 3d Mondayof FILUS his wife b hoist
on however hum. new. a
prlrata chancier and lower sections of the State, to embracethis lake the cheaper' transportation of the river a.a.m. 1ttJu.... No'e.br nut, and t appear and plead well
ffcstai
Hv *o4 ftara oot to ass.1 IL public atatiancrer opportunity of participating in a trade and through the mouth of he MUsisippi Pa spe. ..., tatsiqea, CqL mil!, to & 61 the .l.a yellow complected, "'r i
and has
s >s
_. exalted. \Ve w Ulbe solar serious' lo the far Wet, charters were gusted lo .. seek its foreign market. By the lal.w4.-T.N.r. Lstws sad bU Messrs. cording in && in a c m a aha negro U of common site (w ..

*lo record oardctettationof such a spirit: no leas! than four private'! ('ompanit'aith Tennessee, the case if somewhat altered in DIM, Bradford Smith, 8. "andpro abort 21 her child % boy ..
M4 to allUre those who are ,influenced by the privilege to each lo join on the main the diminution of the rail way in distance, Rogers. CI Praises, O EW Aa G JOHNSON.. six JCrl. I .

Ie of bur !State trunk eroding. the mountains, and OtINIf'1f. It was the disinterested opinion N..a& _BtirJJa, t.r July = ,_ A reasonable reward will bs paid- tbftsdelivery
Odwlnjlrd C'flftlnnl' uniting rich the *. ..Ullrflf
Tit, JUraflnob Georgian of 20th inst. Athens ccn"p'1nII! mad lo nsr.nrenee at at the Knoxville Contention, PB2 OF fJBJYSUCOIa.ABKIVBU. RET,betook Hyer& George-". Zimmerman near Brooklyn,
1111t"d, the Central Rail Road.si hal this! ronrweilon with ihe West by theTetnessee T 1
be rented till tne lit or for lodging In some jail .
fcUlna the ftJIowinj.. letters to tem .r .
: -mine from S vuiinah, and! pursuing the would accomplish al!1 the objects Wtwlow N jvlw I Br'.1838. Apply at. the I get .
Bmcc CRne FLOBIDI charter shorter July 24,Scbcooer pe.; Noumbl c
) course jward M"ruu. Tliiid a of Carodnn nod Georgia, at of Daron. TOWN8ENTX
July? b. 1837. J Iota road front the near town of Urvru* distance and at I less cost, and without inermp'inforinteifwinf Oratar 1 H. Nil R Baled, tore I Jaly E .
K Utar .'J r : Below you have the latest Nick ; and fourth, the Columbus Rail war, with intercourse aD ;. Judy 2U, Im-U- 22



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EpW&icoYi- :i.Y AGENT'S OF.FICE, 1Penaacola ,110\11". ary-u. U. r. hunter \\-11.L. LU MB111. I 'rL, Uec&u'

GAZETTE. Howard, Mid. Francis P. lIo THE Steam; Saw Mill at C"pt"ra'.l4, 7cr Territory .
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: 13th July, 1837. I. & J.-John R. Johnsqn, Daid John. on E-MTambia Bay, is now m N Saturday the .

a JULY 29, 1837. IOU, F. II. or II. F. Ingnhain James Inkster operation and the proprietors: will furnish I \J bsiweenth. hott kJa4 Jta!Lg ..:*
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received this office U. 5. Cutlet Jefferson LUMBER of the best ... >
:ih-e at The Officer of the quality, according shall on>r for Ml...... ha,
GAZETTE: trill he issued every Saturday "'m. Johnson Mrs.' Ann to bills or otherwise. The well known ., ..
until the Slat inaL for furnishing the Navy Department with the Mary ex* louse( In the City of Psaaro1
Evening, it S3 SO per annum, in advtiiec Jones, Monsieur Josicar, Josuh Jackson. cellence of the Timber on the water of ; u.tllll ;
$| payable a' the! end of six months following LUMBER to mt ad r Ing property or au raoch tkreot .
: K.-John'Kelly, Nicholas W. Kenton, Pen acola. Bay and the unit*d superiority the Territory of Florida
or $5 payable at the expiration of the year Samuel King, Wm Keppel, Frederick Ka" of Steam !awrd Lumber induces the ub-. Escambia pay lacS c..G

at the option of the r.ibseribcr. Materials requIred to? three 3d clou houses : tcn. \'ary-LL James D. Knight 2. scribers to hoi c for exleflsl'e order. the 3Ut drfy ,of forTazesdasthm01 December. 18M- [
AorntTtsr' RSTs: inserted& at the rate of L.-Jarnej S. Leathers, Francis Lope/, Orders to be left at the store of Anderson NOAH eALHduN'
one dolUr" for every fourteen lines (or les.,) i Sur"cHkl. .
TO DE IIE.\HT. George< Lewis, Cap Thos. A. Lintun, ACIIES of
JdhteLU
for the first, and fifty cents for every continuous 60 Pieces, 12 Feet Lung 16 hy 10 (9 .quarts.) Jas. M. Long, "I. Lowest. W.ANDERSON & CO. 550 leJontbeEa.tW4eol I Ia
subsequent insertion. M" c. P. James Plait & Co. II. A. Possie PensacolaMay 13, |837.
10 1S: by 15 (8 du. ) River on UM water of *
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6" 16 16 by SI Plant Dorset & Co. George Parker, James, Great llur nlns.CAN ; --- Amount of Taxes, 81 CC4WaefLi.r. ;,....

Teas, Urnucly, Knlslus; &c. 24 .. 18 8 by 10 Pendleton, Jonas Platt, Samuel; Page,Jr. 2, be had at the Store of ,the Subscri ESTATE OF JEAND8EACT

On Cwtifnmcnt and viII be tvld low for los 64 12 8 by 10 Chriatena Philebert, Mark Perry, Charles I in DRY GOODS, I UK" RhONISaddluy ..tCIlE.SotrateLaihF
eath.CIIKSTS 36 u 31 If 8 br 10 Pelham, Win. R. Palnr, Lorenzo Pla,Julius Ac. a. they arc determined to. '- south of nil Beyoa ,
Gunpowder Tea. 18" :JS 64 8 by 10 Pi cny. Aary.- Henry J. Paul'! 2. wllat ('osifor Ctith. l'efAOnl! desirous ol I miles \\'. S. W. from the abs,1
| Chi !
0 :i'. Imperial do. j 18.(0) Feet I 11 in. 12 6 to 7 wide Q.-Dt'ledtriu Quina, Carlo F. Quark" purchasing: at wholesale, arc informed that It cola, bounded F eat and South Pimi
..
3 half Gunpowder do. I bOUt I hIin. 10 0 to 7 d"8M R.-John A. Russell, Stephen Roberts., long cn'ttIU1" be 'given if secured by Lands and North by Mid lIa'ol.by 'ICIIc

:3 half Imperial: do. t Frrb. 2 in. 16 12 to 16 do Mrs. Sarah C. Robinson Charles Ronick mortgage or undoubte paper if hey alw F VF I u( 'fan., S fJO.IUIHS( .

$ 2 half Pouchong do. 1 270 Pieces 18 u 3 ty 8 2. John N. K"M{ 2, John Rulon. RobertReeky ., hare on h,md a general orlment of (Jro. OF JACOB I\ILEQ.

: 0 qr. Cammters Gun. do. J 1l.V. RobertMin, Capt. T. C. Rudolph eerie.. and oilier hfivy ,goods= which will 1 6,10 ACRES of 3d r te.aDd.
v 2 bag Pt''antUI.. 'ro be !rclu.table. Capt. Roe, York Remn, Joseph be ulJ at the low c<*t market prior!*. on the East side of ....

5 pipes Champagne Dran'l))'. Reed, John, Webb Rathbone, James Riley, JERRISON: : & FO.sTKR.M Bay, near at the bead thereof alchdw. :
48 Piere 13 Feet 9 3 Mr. E4ia: in Robm! ui.S. a tract of Land! *
Long "
4 30) boxes Lentillc Claret. by y27. 1837-12 krxmn by the !;? *
CI U 9 3 .-Dn. Mariano Chi y Soler :3, MIle Miller's
12 Iii by tract. Amount aW"WILLIAM
:
M) do. Malaga Nailin. of Tai ,
Slioes : sIUl'M fff
2 cases \'inhn 21" 15 6 by 6 Victoire SaJlis, Miss! Thirscannah! : Stark. : Shtoc : : : : 1'. .

I n. VANI1AUNMChnnftr 7l": J4 12 1.1) 3 Miss )l. A. Sheppard, FrauucisSunlav. U.Sa :S'l packije; of !MIOESte. :No. 217, I Lot on ANDEfiN
u U hby, Major Sands, John.Stockton. 'Rich &('. jut arrived Uomana."rttt. ..
.
I .I\ 24 10 :3 by 10 per. 224, W feet on Romaaa..
nnd Com. ,
Merchant. ,
July 15, I 1807-IU GO to J7 3 by 10 ard Sutton, Iques Sorbs 2, Mr. Martha I ... .M ling .Monument from :NewYoik LolouIIrue.strcct. AmOQt rt f No. ... I

51 u 20 :.J by 10 Seaman: Capt. Spicer. Alexander Stiau lri, nz: I' r.ITur. ..

Hook :k)) 15 3 by 8 Dr. E. A. Sierra 2, 1obertSitversude's, Cit1i( DltllSS: HOOTS. Tax (oLhcrJcn COUI\'Na,

T UST rccciictl, EGYPT, ARADIA, PE- 2.5l: U I is: 3 1.1) 8 Snowden, W. I B.Sherman. Hector Sinclair.! (Gcnl. rine Calf, French Style, Fudged rCII :bob, "tb ::5th, 1837.4g..4 Ei. (hiz,'
J mid 2.i2 28 3 by 5and7 Mrs. Mary Ann Smith) Paine Surhrt 2, do. Fine (;oat Morocco, Call Quarter Seal I -_
TRKA LAND
t the.HOLY toln.!
4 Athens, in Rise and Fall, by E. L. 'Iluiwer;; Jl": 37 5' 5 1.Iy 0 and tJ: 'hIAdelaa S.&uJ.. John V. K uk., \\'.... Life of : 12 II 18 .. 5 by 8 Brjwn Stockton, J. R. II. Smith, Henry Morocco Strap, lbM'S L.tJltIllJr, do. Leathi ti-rs of AdrnmutrttH,, a:;
2 '01. ; Sir Walter Scott, by Lock ooof tbe.
.. Si Robt. Si Madame er Boo,,,. CHARLTO.V ....
munon.
u 4 ,
hart, part I't! ; The Partiz.in Ixradcr. 2 ,oN.: I 120 13 3 by flu poui Lucy TIIUIP80 f,
Nwtirw of Florida' nnd the Campaigns, bv 1lO: c. II c. 3 by 4t0 Sortie, J. SaeIle2. '1'. J. Snoudcn, Washington Dln:>iS.SIIOKS. herel h>' notifies all person to o, if

M. M. Cohen ; Snarlrymv or D<'g Fiend by u 15 .. :3 by ..altl .. Shaw. illiani Smith. Gents. Duck Skin, Laiting: ('.alf Skin late u indebted: : to present tbeir :!?:
S Ilrnriett. : U IS 3 by" T.-JohnC. Twaddle, Alfred B. Thnw DKE.SS: I'l'MP.x legally ntlesteJ: : for eiilernenL aodaOoSf
Cap1. M.irr\ai ; Temple, complete ,
in I "uI.l Crirhton, by Ann worth. 2 21 U 20 .. 7 by 2 ton 2, Richard Tobin. Chariot; : Thom pon. Gents. MMnxro, Kid do. Lasting.DltESSSLIPPKK.S. mdrttcJ tll come foraard ao4 aetuT- ,

*oK ; .IVktt'irk Club, t by Ilo.. 3d I 12,5U) Feet I in. 10 d 12 to 16 ",iJe17tro Seth Thomas! Pedro T''piola. Tax Collector : : "-
part ; same.VVN'A
U 12 in. Escambia LndifH \\ hiieS.itm, lil.iek; iii). Ix tar
Youthful Importer, by G. W. Re 'nnld 2: I in. 10 6 to City" L. Taj lor.V. THOMPSON. Adm'x
(J... ; Delicatr Attentions and other) Tale" 5X IJ in. 10 u 13 In. wide .-Ambrose Vnti :han, Celeste Villet.W. Kid, llarritoii Ties. Kid t'l.i!"ptd, PoiniedV.IMIpH. I NATHAN Tircninbjf. .44.

Paul I I'ry : GoJo'phin' ), a ixnel, in 2 ,oJ!f. 2jJ( Feet Ij in. Sort \'clluPine 10 Feet Long i2to 10 in. wide .-Frederiek S. Walter. Mr. \\cbb., May ai. 1837-11: _:
Tor unk by WJ .Squarcs: SJalt' Major Henry WiNon 2. Selman: Wilburn, Tocciher, with a general: a5orlmenl.comprising 1. -
T. B JT.RRISON: &" CO. John,, Whink! '''hom, ,,!' Weldon 2. Dr t:. I K.While : the finest and |lest tork, of Annual ror 1837.

., (Internment ,',('Ct. A IJilI of Materials required for bulldlu;;, ""our Kltcl1ell S Edward Wukinnon, Thomas VehI'I SIIOKS: and HOOTS( cxcr.-H.rrd t.'hc.. "il ,II J fIUUs: () co. hAYena....
L.
subscriber, which will t hc old l"r..icruII'h. a ; of Annual
is
July 15, 1t\,17-19 Benedict Wells, John Wilkinson, I > varu'ty forth*Pftaa&
TO BE HEART. Webster.Y. .\ tht' ease or Mtijle pair. AIM".'. (;iiuit*. ,, te.nr, among' which! are, thj Oriental j,.

\ortlirop &. (;niiIiicDRAPr.flS 8 Pieces 1 IH Feet Long 5 by (6 in. .-Pete" Yncsira, Ezekiel Youman.? fine Heater I la's! Satin Heater and Ht.i : tt MI. the M.itfnoiii. lady'* Albvoj, ij,
: AND TAILORS 101 10 U by 3 in. GERMAN.-lleime % eber. Edward. do. Neiiy, UOl] \"uulh..l'Iuth and SII"l :: IItIt" ,..:'.. .\mui.i|, Pearl Jew at., Vjo/tt/ Hi-

24 22 .. U by 3 in. Chu-lunan, J. J. Pet-r-en, George Phil Cnp An ortment of lh .u-ry. l.ie-: : ( !urslins Box, &c. all of which win hi
KEEP cnntantly on hand a choice ,e- 120 itt .. 9 by 3 in. \\iernnan. Tbo JamMTurrker. wi o. Watir Proof Aprons, rl Ifdn.It., lJil>'.1.1tIn. I! M>|d at r-vIi',, price

ofClOTlIS. IVsimcrs Votings 14 Drilling Slimmer and c\rrj' varietyufffnod Win. "'. Hunter, N. S. \\".. foot Oil, Shoe) Thread, Spanblt-, \\ elll.lllt,:; I -
in thrir line, uhirh they will make Paste nnd 1,1'"llllJIa'L.iult (Biu $:liex Caul Ion to TrrjipaiienT"
To be Merchantable. dron 3, Dr. W. A. W. SjMittiwood' Dr Sponge !
upon nccttmmodalmc term! Ah>n Clothing Le. &c. Allpfuluc'i will boMiltl, 4 1.1. p 'Mf.n-i are
hrrrby
James W. Phimmrr 2, Dr. A. J. Wedder- on I entuioarrf
:: hIal. Hoot, Shoe*, Pumps ( 3ft"l, f and 7 2 burn, 'iirtr J. HeIJrccl.: Pa ,d. .Mid reasonable lermv! J. S. IAI\'ll'i'i.: / *- :tr.iunt; :< tn !Hp.T' !&iingon Hie Laadi t
201 Pure 12: Feet Long > in } thick; < lock (:10f' .
Su -nder &c. .
;"s "p Hosiery, 7 oil the Mtrt hide I'i,
\h Y II |
J. De 3 Ja 12A"I.II' C IjJ Of
men, Anderson
Jul 15. 18.-IG: -19Al.Ij .14 :32 4 by 8 in. Camp 3, 1.. PniMCOU,
.). _. _. -- -, 121)) U II U :3 by 4 in. J. Bryan, I E C. Bower, Midshipmen, J =- "-null btnl u--to the r.'.itf-ol- Ixftten l I Ilatuu I-itnicha and Bajov La
;iTon inch ht'\1: to l lh) <' rotate 'CJI( 10UKJ Feet I inch. 10 6 to 12 inchcHide.. I'. Marram, V. R. Iurjan: : I'rhf. J. II. e.Cuffin. ": () PL\, dfcf.octi. are /hen- linlii. bfloiiimsr to J.\\JE.H: AiDnnrt&fa; ,
Iti HHI a ., '* I 105S .. 6 U ** Sinitul (;. Simon '1'. ;.11 the f.i-ti.iliei" ; of the l law ml] |
., FOLCII, drrMwl, mr hrirb)' I 1J to City. Itcfdcr. ill rc<|uirtii to make" pa\; mint wi.h'iit di'- rafertr
icqtiirctl to mtke: pn>"me it. and. nil pern m I .Sti.res' Shalt' laid Galbraitli. Holland Star>:'eIT. <. lay, and all those h.i\ini&.: claim UIMIIIIsaid ;i l i$ nisi all ;respaasra.!

tHlm" cl.iniM. :I .\III..t #aid r>tale. nrc rc- The, above Timber to be first quality Yellow Pine.A S. Mill(! I CONCuR!) lest a ie are niiirfl| to |iri' cnt irxm''I M.ir JDSKPII; I K.: Ml'RRILU Atnt.
II I H
IM37C.NOTICK.
; 'J"in..t} l to prr-icnt thrni to thc niidrrtiqnrJm r.1pt :M. P. Mix. 3 Linn'! II. A. AiLims prtiju'rly attested for .ciilcmctil.CIIARLKS, ,
.
|. .j aU".lc-J t for M-ttU me it within the Liit. of Iut'rlnllll''quh.rd! building( a Cistern.! 3, Thcw. J. lAth. C. II. Kennedy 2. J. 1'. M'- : EVA NX, --- --
riwe prescribed by I..". Kinitry. Dr. :M Coultei 2, Pttr&*r N. Wilsmn, .PABLO l PALMES: : .
I ANTONIO POL PaVd Mid G. M. White, Mnl. Ja-. ()'.-hJn- Ttitamcnttiru L.r.rotors. I rSTlK! ; iMi-er! : ix'neJ: Tru&tetof pm.5.
10(10( ( Feet inch. Yellow Merchantable.
J Pine
to Tet1amniusI.'xersaor.. nexsy.! Ge<'. F. Sawyer, Edward: ) (;. Larkm. May 13: I837-UI) .L cola Land CI.inj'.au) :and Afcnt o( ta.
I 15i X) 2 14 12 inch. wide.
July 1S: 1837-IU-8W long Sail; Maker, John Becp! henry DaiM.Mil-! 1u teoia: Association, tu'rrby gums i oouer,
h It Hooks (
: niil
tOO U''14 12" .
t. 1)) Stallusnatry. I t tjl' ih il he xi ill IN-
ton Park! Arthur l 1..rk:1rd.'m.: ;.Moulding I 'uIII't"UL"t1| for the prrnmtioii -
:\OTICE.JIEREAFTr.n 40 Pieces 3 inch by 4 17 feet long. B JEKIH.Ml.N: : rftto.HAVE 1 1i of I il.e .s .1-1 '
Thos. A. .
Da"
If Job Richard-on) Jr. foiupaii) *
the) 4* It y pnpertjl ptoec
Sicamlx CHAM I- 35 12 15 rcef'la.cJ11,1 ..
alTer
f .1!
21"| John Burton, Timothy Brit, Thomas ur < :: il in the ;-roMt'utioiMif any ildnid....
touch at the! Pensaeo- Broun, Charles Fletcher. John Aud variety of lJuJrS'I'I: Hr -| I u tr sasking| II the I-ii-dn! uf ihe Kri ('..
1., wharf on her n turn in the nvirmnz from: portion of the Lumber to be deliverod on or before the first s. SHIP VANUALIA.Lieut's. rson.V. Ale \ ,'\,;c. &r.' (otirnmcht Mr.-t. I 1'-'lIllU 1 any m-miitr thi.tetir! Ly .iakmjuiy

the New by ti('u"o'tlock.Pdne-igirs:. HUM be onboard I day of September next a description of which can be seen at this Juhn White Mooers. \Vm. Smith _A;>>:III I.:, 117.- I-if ____ mav ieM.it. 'I 1 11 In* eultinj. doss irn

Dr. Wm. Plurmlcad., Cha 1131'oIle'r| 2, M \\\'uteht', .Js'tverly and 1.'hu. I "IIMVin' ;; .ill}' 'I\ enrs. of tuiikr,' fiua .tat
i'cnsacola, JuJ) 15. 1f\li-19-h-:- office. The balance' on or before the 1st October next. F. II. M'Neill. Mid. R. N. StemMr. J. N. ( utJd ., I -ahl. I..utds, i i. r-pejailt (.rl ic.dtu: .

Mai. >lmlN Sale.Jsttph All the above enumerated articles to be delivered at the Navy Drown 3, Mi in.Treage.ir.r. : V III 1: ..uh ril'r I u now: fur I The, lm.Is: held b). the -aid t'miiptjurcxtrixi : \
oflVrmij :
E. Caro and Chnrlu Jlrant Er.J H. Shill' NATCI....:?. 1' : hate' I, from Ihe Hay uf 1't'n'M'Oilit".-
Yard and landed such the .
S at place as Commanding Officer a large ssurlmnl ol dol.l', ll.>Uix:
,
n'uttrt of llernarda Parga"'ua"J.. may Capt'm.. Mentne 2, Lieut'n. Elisha eiut li 1'rii-oeola' to the JtU) uu TrIM"*!
I'atent 1(0\
Anchor
rt.Jlaymoml direct, and subject to the inspection of such persons as he shall ap. Ptt-k. T. U. Denhani. Henry Moor :2, M. pint \\',\'J'l.'lIto'; oi tr:',' kijin! aid: Lf Listyle. I i.. I...1., KIH';'. lr-iel. '11ey embr.f a
I
J ,%. DmlerA Smith, Mid. C. Sounder 2 Purser Ran 'ptJttr'l"oJhl) Al ..portion fli| tHe
I point. The Lumber be landed above high water mark. ( King iran ; liter nktd
BY virtue of an Execution to me directed scy 7, Charles II. Men me 2, 1J.: lee Sil\cr \\aUhcrf, l Lever I....pmeuiHl Vortt-, I t fiom Hat on T.'xar to l fie Idtrr fcjciaita,
from ,the HonoraMc the :Superior dome LvGrand: I,. MichcaN, Thomas J. 4 on' the Imcol the Hail Head ; tbry .hrw

Court of the \\entrrn Dmtrirt, of Florida, TIIOS. EASTIff, Clark John Milleriii.. Hurgiu, James cal.A great \arat: ; ) of Watch 'Tnmmuti ;and i in ihe; tiemuy "f the l taabu, Mtilth

in (tour of nnard Parga deceased I .'"1b"II ..Jgenl.Unraiia1' Griffiths Stephen M'Drmott, Janie II. _l.i.lioafino;._ t.uIJ_____ _\_t_>A__. I'll_ ._IMIJ...._. .1_*....r If......* ..*'r :-tcf': IIf' tin' his ar ndiinbrLreN .
!and against Ra\nond A. Dordero, I bate. -- --- Copps John Lavdi-'i. John Brown. Duncan u. nn n -*'";' I I 1:;. 1.itii.I. u Pi. ., ..'.t.i.t.! ..n ..h.... RLahfw
Sale. Finger Kinyn I'IIH, 1c1 ckrtdoUiandMUi" # ------- "0.
: ---1
' letted i upon and attacnea nn tu'-ii I..., 01crouwd Ll"t of Letters, Sinclair, Elias l Thompson: Edward PvnciN r I i j lo.i Jy and incii.! : th.. tract rllllrd IItlf,
James Quin tiold nnd! Mlvcr > / (i..4landxUtT .
jrlac-li.--
,
: iUunlrd in the suhmhs of the City Remaining in (Ihe Post Office, Pensacola, Crosby John Shorter.u. : ThinlLJc" \'arJ -1 jTuicl.$ 2uuiiro m loiin' ; the) eaknrttin
rt.Cordnn Las.1IJfail :
: ifrliculei
of PcnMcola known a. number 37 containing .t1"J'Zltr and Allen McCaikill. July 1, 1837. ft/ Persons asking far s. SHIP ST. Lons.) :! >, lit a I 011111 :"'011'-' PurseIliaJ I met c..lIc'1! Biliuont, cmt/raricf %u*

192 Engh: feet front on the new ,street" T> Y tirtut of an Kxedition to me di- Letters from this List, are requested to Lirut't.! Jax.! II. Ward, Ji; .. F. Schenck., Coral' Ik.udsiuad:< Nrcklaits.SILVKK Oruamcilli" \\11 Forty.Alter .
called! IJaylcn: by 12 feet" deep{ which willIK | J3 reeled from the Honorable the Superior ask for Advertised Letters. I, Dr. (:ro. W. Evans" Mid. J. U. William, ; UAIM;. I, i Ins' n"!ire, peiron found trti-

offered for pair on the :5th day of next Court of the Wmtcrn DiMnct! of Florida A.-John II. Anderson :2, Joseph 'c% An son, George Reynolds, Richard Bird. Tea and Table: Npixms, larks r'i-h ;, I xi-i4iig' tI ill ()(' pro-icuied t.. the at....

August, between the hours often and two in Cnor: of James Qtiin and ngainsl AN drew, Win. Allun.Mrs.Mary Ann Adams! I:. S. SHIP DOST():;. Km\f, Soot) Ladle.Nail: and %iut.sid, ll'ut"l the Jau.N.M. .

as prescribed by !Iav.JAMKSW.: rxander Gordon and Allen McCaskill, I Lieut. Benj. Alvord, Jefferson Allen 2, Lieut'x. Frederick Engle: 3. R. Thorbnrn,, Spoons, German. .NIIMT. I ii. CIIA.SF; TAIl-
EX" 1. .Wor.Aa/, James Anderson John Anderson 2 E. S. F. A. Dent Edwin \\'. MOore Pas-- I''u"cula 2
hate Ictied upon and attached a Water ], : FimShfliieJii/ I'laicdL'akcand I'ruit BayReis July: It'iJG-I.lf.
ELLIOTT HEADINGTON: : Amos. Mid. R. 2 Purser .. .. u _
Perry P.
j A. Souihall :
Saw Mill 2 3.
sid Mill
running MWK, aitua-i Candlestick*, IJr.lIlC'hc'lItlm'r! und
!)tun ty .Iars'ufl. led on Clear Creek' ''h.e miles from Hlaek1 i B.-Josiah Bosworth 2, Jeremiah Boyd! Midshipmen, John ItulleJge 2, J. F. Armstrong 'l'r.iy a, Tea und Collie (;rr.JI. Till: FLORIDAMail
June 10. lP37-4-5t Water in the County of Escamhia uhirhj,12, J. R. Beilon 4. R. W. Burnett, Dr. J:. B. J. II. Brown. Sanil. F. Linrey: Jacob FIMCtILhUV:
Operations on the Trrfli. liaines, Dr. i aac II. Baldwin W. W. Carpenter Wm. 2 John) Line.
will IM offered for isle at Public Auction on ,I IiheAthdavnf Bennett Perry Strut- Balance handle Dining and Tea Sell
MONSIEUR] LOrIs M. PANET, re- August. next at the Court |J Mrs. Frederick Brown, Au ustinui : ton, Saml.! Callt,. Cha: Cook, Jas. D. John Kliiu'*, Sciv-or! ml .line Idi/ors. Poel.it rroni .Uot.llc to I4UgU.
informs the Ladies and I hcUte in the City of PensacoU between the i Beilon, George Bumpford 2, John Bums, son. and Pen Knues, Dirkj and Dirk Hintex.A .I\.Ia. I
;
Geillemenof Pensacolii" that hen now at I hour of ten and Iwo o'clock as prescribed J. L. Drown, II. Bio, '1... M. Bramletl 2., II. KELLY, P. M. "Iral Lamp, Nans! : Mantle (Jrn.III"'II' tn, oeurgln I
Mr. Collins Hotel, where he may be consulted by 1 law. Mrs. Mary E. Beacker! Mr. Black or Brack July, 1837-18 Mantle und Parlour tusks, late (ii uuuut, L&-\\'ts.\luillle e.ery tiiberdavtt If I
.
on any of the branches of hi* profe* JAMES 'V. EXUM, Marthal Ramon Hurler, Alexander Bill, lUrrison --- utid Poland: Japan U alters fur I't'II per sion. His new modes of Plugging by Introducing ELLIOTT HKADINGTON: Ball. Capt. R. N. Barrow, Mrs. Caroline NOTICE. 1t.'ol.'tt'31ul,0.UI'. ihence \4J l alt ,
his gold in a paste like manner Deputy Manhal., Due I. L.: Bronum, Edwards Byrne, Henry HENRY AIIRENS, i INq.: ) of this City, assortment ol jtuso.An Hifles. Doulle nnd Blut:!, 4 horM rust Coaches ; thtatl ,a ,
which enables him between duly authorized Ajrnt and Marianna and. t hilttaall bier fVrkX I
Charles
( toping any June 10. 1837-14-5t Bcarley, Bishop, Andrew ; At ,
two teeth) his murderate charge and Brown. hury-Edward Carrmgton Bow, barney of the tirtor old -Pli.NSACOLA:: Single blind Fowling Picce, .ahu. a 'line. Baudndge, I'mdcrlun, tlla"kl'lIw.,... IJ

punctual attendance on those who rmy MANSION HOUSE. ers. ASSOCIATION,*' to horn all stuns! of money Mfttorintciil A tine of 1'istola.! Uc-s\iiieand" Lous\iile, Augusta&: (o.far. :.

favor him with a call, he hopes will give e The Kubtcribera have taken C.-Robert N. Clark 2, Capt. M. Crupper due to them must be paid, an I .til com Painti Hooks. assortment of Water colourid: I lug: a coiiiinuous" lute 'hlou houi, r.-. r
him a share of public patronage. the old MANSION; HOUSE and John C. Cameron Jacob Colsher munication relating to the Lands! in \Vcfei 'lor tiisliuctioiif iiackj.iinmonand : in,; at Augusta ujth the Lhsarirsti. U ,
or C'heaH:
P. S.-LADIES will br immediately: attended & hate had it fitted up in the best I John Penny, John S. Caldwtll, Charles Florida, may be addressed : Hoards, and a \arid') ol other i.nncyariu'Jc -: Hu'.ld I'ais: and Medin 1'acktU for 1i'I .

at thtir rctpecme homes. ThemO.I style for the accommodation of Cooley, Thomas Cooper, Thomas Carson JAMES: s. IIUGGINS. be *, u cumplelclIIi'Urtnu'nl! : ol \twill I'b, I I ork, Norfolk autO HuiatJelphia. 1I

satisfactory rcferrenrc as to his professional Boarders. Their table will be supplied 2, A. Caldwcll, };d"ardV.. Crosby, Joseph Penwcola, May. 0, 1837-0 ed from kept the .North up by,constant und uhJ MJpplies). item' Vasnugl'r taklllj; bus (wsafge i iaLh
fkill may l be seen at his office, 'I ith every luxury which, the Mobile and II. Clay Capt. B. II. Look: M. Cay ----- -- ---- uscneap a* lti.3 a i uulrtachtii trk loii uiihcetUiot .... \
be
can I
4 from different Penucola markets month (rom the date hereof the bought in thcSotiiheru. eountrt. J .,\\catlier( .nd .. .
large cities and particular!}' can produce. The cool Timothy Crane, Council of administration 01 any Mu on.Uincallouid (tl.e' I.I
\\
Tallahassee and tin ficinll}'. and airy situation of the House, can nut fail Fort Pickens, Hon. Samuel CourtUnd undersigned will apply to the Honora 'ih. hTKDJIA.S.; ansurc.iltearijsajualelleltllilofrMti I,
1KT7 to those who ble, the County Court of Kjcainbi.i Coun- !!H3 CLOCISnndVAfIIES ol etirj: : ...
July 8. -18 __ please may honor them with Charles Carrmaton. Lofton Cotton, Capt., : ) catastrophe shouidpiobably CCtW II
NOTICIIN ; their paitronage. P. A. Caro, Wm. D. Conquert, Thomas I 'IV. for final settlement of the estate ot det-criplion carelully:. repaired.AprtU :sew \ork the i.iulh dll, .

pursuance of an order' of the Honor E. LANG & A. MARTIN. Crosby, CapL Arthur Child., Bebee Collins !-, .tUOIAS'IUUIIT.. dceea!'rd. 1,_ 1837-4 __ _ IX.-IUJ but a about :i5Uuiii1esl..n4tntdI:/ r

the County Court of Ecambia ThEIR: TERMS ARE( : John C. Courts, David Carter, Daniel May DKNJ'N: D. WRIGHT.. Adm. Stationery,
County, I .h .ll proceed Monday thellh) Per Month $45: A. Clark 2, Capt. Isiah S. Coombs, Ant ----I', 1837: -10 liE gulntCMttcrs hate 1ec.'t'l\cd a general! country. I, rl

fitly of August next, at 12 o'clock M. before U \VitboutLodging. ,. 30 Char bonier.D. N e\v-fj ..i'Store, U 4 JL u!>ortment of f>TAnu>L'Kcoal: 1 he low pressure coppered sill I tII' a.u.
the Court House door in the I'er Week, 12 Mis. Nearly the tbo fastened stcauier Chau is .IS jII
City oCPen..C'ola Altway Duval, James Deblni opposite I'rinttnp Ojliu.It pricing following articles, tiz: Blue "piun
;4 to sell at Public Auction for Breakfast Day, 2 James DMlm, CapL John B. Dirker, Lewis, The subttcnbcr in offering hi< laid c..p Paper, plunj nnd ruled, Hints woe knuuii to m til rteMfiplioii ; tUon bit ,}

t'alh. one tract of LAND containing eighr Dinners Supper, 75 Dunn, Edward DutcH Capt. Oils Dyer services to his friend and the do. do. do. ; blue laid Lcllci do. do. a.). ;, Santa h.,ta SuunU Ltd Lay: _= ft
hundred.arpens, situated in the per Month, 20 August De Viller 2, Andrew Dies. public generally in the nun,; Gill edge duo do. ; Fancy colouied do. do. tahouchcr riser, arradaj.lcd to tU. &0ia
t Escambia, in a vacant tongue of Land I Board (or Servants, 20 L.-Lemuel G. Evans, Powhatan Ell BUHINESH, trusts! thai rughtuen Fancy ol'd Note' uo. bit bt! iriM* and 'i'.a; and$ ihe ae..iii4. "! she .i.Kt aloe lor'" I

Li about three miles distant from the mouth Pensacola, July 1, 1837-17 Dr. Horace Ely, James Evans & Co. years experience in compound do. ; Largcand smallrappnig d..,. ; Uniiliel inodalian, teams couches and .. I(

11 01-me- river EIcambia.: between me Land.I NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of F.-Mrs. rVhornh FnnLlinfn". M.... uiff and preparing medicines for tliia. !- south.ern lloaids): : suoerlor (luauuf---* Umil.-.--..... it._0'. aieuotto kc "i,waned" in-- thecountry. --- .......... f(
f 3 of Jo. Noriega and Charles, a free mulat, on the estate of ED- Francoise, J. Forsyth.jr., Andrew' '"II.'Flan ,, climate; and aided too "by the advice Steel lena ; blaik an-1) }lud* Ink" ; Indelible J ? h1Is

c,l to. fronting on a.aidrlver : granu-d to JOSEPH WARD CAMPBELL, have been granted den, Mrs. Caroline J. Fleming, Wm. II., and direction (IC Mine of the most eminent do. ; Scaling Wi.x and \\ .(crs ; Pen nnd 1 be. steamer Champion behf If..! :

HERNANDEZ, deceased, by the to the undersigned. All persons therefore Fletcher, James Lovat Frawr Miss Lucin.,j.Phy.ician* in this part of the country, au Pocket Knaves ; hory Folderoodand arratigcaieuiattachird& to the .DcWi' al
't Spanish Government, on the Sib day of indebted to said e.tate. are required to da Flynn. thorite him to promise general itatisfar- Jap'd Sand Boxes ; J.lI.ckS.sndiudia' Rut the proprietor. 124&114:1 tbcnd V-J "

4 October, 1817, and belonging to the Mid make immediate payment and all persons M.-John M'Clenechan, Donald M'Leod tion to all who.may favor him with their tier ; Ink Stands, abortedt .fer Stamp they arc flOW olkriug to the r-ufefrft'T| "-

1 deceased. having demands against said estate are required LL Gay Moore, John Perry Miller 2., Ta-,I custom. lie respectfully invites Physicians do. ; Heat Lead PcnciU ; Silver Pencil CMsc the most cxi 1 edition* aud toa..lgtaIII--! t"Ir

MANUEL HERNANDEZ, to present them legally attested (or doe Mum ford 2. Joseph Mouser Nicolet to have their prescription put up at cads for do.; KounU and flat Rulrrs ; between the South mid. the !sortb. Ird

Adminittrator. settlement within the time prescribed by Mitchel! David Marlin 2, Miebael Murphey his establishment, which III be executed Camera. Hair Pencils ; Vimtiug and Pla) ; The safe ana interesting water**jgS ,
Pensaeola July 8, 163718llanbal'l law. JESSE MIMMS. 2, Wm. Mead.O. D. 1'Bdde1WuhIDtfJII, at the shortest notice. lila; Cards ; Sup and commonatcr Co -the smooth, bard natural road- **? acii'

Sale. July 1, 1837-17 Merin, Thos. }. )M'Kean Lu James J. Mor J. O. SMITH. lour; Fine Morocco \\ aliens, ; Blank Acc't and the accommodation, uffordler 121I

'.I Santiago Ser ie Executor NOTICE. ilion, Dr. D. C. M'Leod, Bunec If. Ma July 1 I. 1837-17 Books assorted! f do. Letter and: Record, 'i| eedt certainly, toinfortaw:
of Francisco>> weeks after data I shall make thews, Robert M'Kennon, Lt. Francis Mar-, do. ; Bank and Pass do.; CUP Book and tanety, which tbe proprietor bep.j..1. I,
Bonal.r .
SIX to the Honorable, the Judgo ap tin, Jeremiah Murden, Martin Malove, 'I'IJE public AND are hereby notified that the Plate ; Bills of Lading:, aborted ; do. Exchange mule the outcr rise to a larft....... ."-

Ba.MatI A. Dodero. of the County Court of Escambia County Henson Milbum, O. Marion. Nary-LL LINE STEAMBOAT MAIL ; Cargo&: and Slave Manifest ; Blank public patronage. "'I :
between Mobile ,
for Richard II. Morris 2. and Augusta, by Check Book : At Chatahoochec Florida w. "
Letters Almanacs
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Y tirtutof of Administration on the estate ; assorted School ,
B from the Honorable execution to the me Superior directed o( WILLIAM McVOY, deceased. -WiUiam Wafer X, John Noble Allen undersigned way of Pensacola and ,that will be kept up.by the and 14cm. HI.'rM ; Piano, 'and Guitar; Alu. C". branch line four horse post coadMl..n, "I
Nunls Capt. Thoa. Noel I every po3ble at. Together with other day) TU Macon G cue ,
Court of the Western District or Florida ELIJAH GAYLOR. Isaac Nathan.O. .. tention will be a variety of Miscellaneous: d
in laroar Bernardo Parf ts deceased, and -PensAcoIa, June 21, J837-1&-$w .-JoMtb O'Neal, Lt Thos.. Osborre: of travellers on paid the to route.the accommodation and School Books, all of hich will be old gularly with the line from J JUurien HaWIFX*$ lu(
f&latt ary-Mid. Jas O'Shannesy 2. (or cash approved paper. and! Sarannah, Ca.
Raymond A. Dordedo Wanted .
I
hire
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WM.
levied and O.-Louis Allard Caroler Theodore S. STOCKTON, r. B. J EUR ISO N & CO. All 1! baggage, bales, parcels Of .
tpoa attached Lot
an ofroottdtituatediothe'Soburbtorthe and
Arpen SILVER PHILIP
& ( City GOLD it 15 per cent pre Garnett 3, Dr. Greffoiy. Major J. D. Gra. June 24 lB37-lft-tf A. STOCKTON. T. B. J. & Co. will be supplied with all of any description carried or pealbY ta-w

F of Pftttocola known u number 87 con- U. 8. Bank Notes tt 10 cent I' hamJainesGoowin: W.Ocidny, Cbande -- the new publication' immedj.itcly after our steamboats or coaches, f5 .. mn
', ta111BE ,lish feet front on N.O. do. do. at 0"per premium.do. Geollerin Marten Glyna. James C. GaraMt For Kent. their arrival at Mobile. Any Book; or Sta without pt eocer at the riikt* "*

I.tree*tailed Baylen by>> 172 feel then.WI, I in exchange for PeamoU. or Alabama Wm. Golden Jas. W. Goodman Hen 4k The three story BRICK HOlSC tionery not on hand, will be procured at spectne owuera thereof. "' U.ft

will Itt oflered for ule on the 6th day of Bank Notes, at the option of the teller.JER ry L. Glazier Boers Greenhow, TLtnaa Iril at the corner of Palafox and Ro- the shortest notice. !Q- Ojfie it Mam ion Jkvss M MlIt ftD&

p n"xt A pat, between the hours of ten and feON A GoodwlOlIser Goldamith,George Glover, "r j aanagtreets; will be rented from April 15, 1837-6 h'TOCKTO.'I
fOSTEB. LouIs ... __ .
Garnet. Lt __ _
twa4reIcribedbylaw.I JolyS. 1837-18 2. A3wy- Coed Gaastjvoort au" i er me nrei 01 oepiemDer next, eitnf v, arm ana Cold it u tin Ca&
: 'JAMES W. EXUM. Marshal by the month or (or I longer time. A the Barber BLANK BillM of
V \ Shop on I'alafox
ELUOTT aom VI'T H-H. Hlckroin, C. Hunt i. Cyrus, long lease will be AT street, rs'
HEADINGTON MarthaL a Harris, Wm. Hammil John Hall preferred. An early ap I don to Mr. Leven'. Shoe Store, Deeds, Justices IF
Robed plication
will
I- Drputy be
which be had
can (
T. rain 0 o'clock iu themor.iinj of Solo
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Hartoi
Jone 10, 137.145tc AT THIS OFFICE. Harris I II., Mrs Ana Wm.C. Howard John necessary.WM.. A. DEfL until hs1pnst 8 in the eYtn nr. 011 othcrJ(1i1dOf1U'sale 5,
Hawley hunt, B. G. June 21, 1837- -fh J April 29th. 1837-8-tf '1 teI'd
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