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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 5, 1834
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: 1. PENSACOLA. JUTS' 5, 1834. NO. 17. I Iit'

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PfNS..tCtJ/.l There is-another< thing which I ncer i \\cnl in !soarvh of. ncwfoardm!}-bouse, J!,sl l-ebrunrv! '. IMU: t' .ptttn; Hri'nehn: m.\ dtle'u.noun ami il 'moralising in'Oiurifinluxv .

I could brook a needles* interruption in the I 'o'lOd one dm aited' nuiexacUv. Ft'i "' "r 1 Iii a M'nuns, Uii on tic mim Ian!. '. Vml several nttrmpls, we aninfi '
.Si :< name *.t f his \11I \ 'rmed t. w err main, to inrrtieture this ngl
....--- -. able nun aui I think ArchimcJes was! a, though she ould'nt laun at Infles! 'md i' tv' \\ dlesm 1\-1111'I spin| ( fti,nn ,' wnsme taunt: pnliiii lihI11'llllht| the late gene:
;' :II t th \: V ;lirror; I fool l to lose life, rather than leave a geometrical ; I every thing. hat a very nfcran. Inuhir of nt:erdtsoliijiMt. tlcii bfiijmvi: .* time-'m1 | ,

DETACHED PVSS\r.E: problem iiniinis'it\l! nut had he been I I rebuking air. 1)elighct! l wh ffl)' K ',1 11'ir'r tii;e vvhatexrr ol "jitjtle! hit In lutiiu \ i
n 'OIIlhe Journal of tin OU t'fllnp discussing a droller, breakfast, luncheon, or :i tnne, \\lubout toaecrptja er trrm. 11:1:t t I' 1::11" pint of the Ci'i:tnunt. ifmilin jiiovo t'liitiliiiiuhiilUxlv' '. fur w lui h di'riNion and
.' arty such muter. instead of a point in ms- little urchin rushed into 10 hour.. ,try 1\ ill lllt' 1..1,0\\ ai iii&h&m'ii: l.nIIlJ'-'id' hrintiss' tin y' l4wt'rse' the thanks of tin
Idoabomintteliug1! : 114 Tlier nnoth. them tics.. there confess | could have sjmpathued 'i ins md bawling( P, V \//lItJr; < Inisiiin. n'inimiiutvI '

ing that j jars upon my feelings one of your genuine hnr..p-Ialllth.. It ism must\ hate been a most !indnlous barbamn Note ; lioooo ; Johnny I a tvl tN. :' [l'i,. u thr.\ 1.1'r.'tator.) impiirtunt sil|iil for iKjismntuul) inquiry
like the rasping of a !saw, a sleigh running ,I : wit ) hid broken in ai ruthlessly uponth : Tha.t'I true. tn\ lill14 fellow. ,3'ti I.I" P..\ PH t'o\.- \\ r uet m it :i toll'mn I tin !inrtofthePrishyurMnt: ctrl l
over bare groundf\ pe')ple hive: gut a tenir and ads ,' of the nbcrntionsit our" ui a lilt h tuistiHniiy itself is di'
I grave : quiet philosophy! of I tell John to blow hi* ono-e, h.' had 1 duty. 10 14" :hupnlli ( II II.m
most tillanou hahn of laughing when I such nn operation no right to blow yours" \ this Itlllrl1l.n-I..r! i uliloiijli \\1' will ; w hilln the pulpits of that speak ; why, I know not, unless it I.. that ,. It is my' candid belief said Mr Shirt \ I had scarcely uttered tnsc half t:ui, i r. lot i\riui'j\.. wuj;Orvw! lii'in him the upp f N thus {inrvirtiHl wiihovtoiliiinl I
I never laugh mvielf Ilin,11 1 am getting I collar starting:: up from the table where I soious words, ashen I f.;, m ;. :unct i'f c5rlittin: thui' y. \itit 11 )l'llt ('iiiMUri.. .'ur Irlr.\ ('01, and nth s
the chancier of a w u. If the mme n f iir- ha 1 just sat down, that: there\ no mile-: I, young lady on the o re4leet''d of -hi 11'1", that our liloo,'cm/mi Mioull Know irkiniiitl MHIIIIU\IK. whose| intellectual l lnbtrnvtums t I
ly Axed upon ma, should be most "sadly | nil difference! bctv\ixt a monkey' and a neI room Immediately! ip : to mv A I I I IIVme.\ hat M hii, des toes coir-r that Ibis ,II tt entitle then In the sympathy : I
tempted to nhoot r\iy+ilf I fear I hive I gr ). Din'tou think so. :Mr Oravci P I Idismay! : that I had said sot>hlng\ which I t''may' le, Nitrron their .uard 3l1l11lot; 11'ipcruuioiiM 'Ii anlprol' ,'riionof I their frumlM, continue t">
!said orao amazinly! *illy' things. I will : :-i.ttV this fVshionable gf nilemin of se hi 1.vI might be twisted into a p ia. ,i i tutlimncc.Ihit : I II abuse the HMK! 'timry with such headlong an .'

IHJ more circumspect for the futuM :My kens; and mustaches vta.s very fond of parn1 "Ha ha, ha1"! roared a rlalivo hilly, the pulpit
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I :r 4 conversation t is too light-I shill tike care nf'1. which he Hiippirtel M well ass me, as if the joke had djs ned rrrv I l.nmcil his concrrRMion: that on THUS 1 i t t'i will cense' uther deserve or receive ludi "
to pi: morn leal in it h"n>l\flcr. I Heigl( Tin! I I mm might with An empty head an,la flattermq gradually' upon his mind Petty )*ixil'j ;' !Lis etching!: I U |I""I"'H.I to ad.lter. i 1:11'1\: I 'It'ri'ni'e and n {I"'rl. whirli it is iuly ort .
-heaven knowsimes wordy)" !hi' light | tongue It was not the flirt t offence! j I pretty !goody' -I tin the umijut of II11&nrll':1'11.: ) : Hi did : 'initu nnr last interisis, should' centime
whoa his heart i Is heavy w'hieh hti Itch 1 committed against my' peace. I Dime /t7ttl'mt'tl it quite avil"" dine : not tmviti% he v\id, |persons of nth er i',in i ii in that' "Hru>il pine

I :and determined to give: him a lesson ringing upon my' cir Ieis'gations i ; lo it it ud I'M1.: 11-1..r.I" '
Mile in etnenmwit the other ni?!ht to dropped toy knife an 1 fork and answerid I>.- PI I muttered tx tvv e i nu\ teeth 'S cult 1 1 tu altns.se\ to his own pus 1.1.1! Tin following si titular rrlntion In ropird'
.ascertain whether people lau h,1 1 it me. or him very dcltht'ratt'lr.itgroc.: are I and rushed into the streets I I'k u nn: lui inWhat I du.'I ki' "il:v -liii* n tuna:1' 1 that the c.'r' | b\ tin \M' loA ('(imiiirrrirtWrerMeer
at what I might: happen to *aJack I 'ilwun hllck"-he nohlrIbUl mon cursed i :hr ('h'r ih w 'Millli" "I'I'tl\| tnthiiu i ii
a !!JII' I'u uilj I I, a.s 1 Iir j i.'l hubs .t1'e'.t| In.In piper: of the Mill
\\'IJ.I-w-wit' Dorpi'trite 1 a pin sjm" tine kcvs."andl 1 eyed him'cr}' aignitcantlytrom'hrad } tied along, dashing against tin nissciiRirs/: .\ '.'(iuJiil\ I l..a i c' \1.1.1.{ Ji :'1'111.1('" iI I II that thoMH
sm"e-nrtism'Ie-!soinpitiv; grin II+ leith 'I to foot I should' be inclined to II until at lincih: 1 carne In rnntt't! vuili ai' : .,1'I vi Id, n .,t :eta'. I I.'r.rrth I: uri It i m.t't..b ... :Mi>-, ihiMtliiorofwkuli assirts

yt -.Tick looked blank. : think. arc nit imambly: 10." I resumed : old w'om.m w ttli a l>a...ket of c'!.I* t:IH\n he : | "I'll wager a bottle of champiinne Jack 1 m y mcil: s I head l, ml away she went 1110 ije jjutur [ \ I arc r,'''.11 ::1I:1t'u In .;;av'. that it \I :a. "'11' ,W'l'I. .it'11.. :\1'"lhal III' has Ihr jHithnritr < tint I'll\ rehearse that still-born eifuston of trhf'rl'1. a titter among the ladies but Is the drunk ch V' asked gentleman 01' t'l"! in .1 i d!"ilorv loi, '. cloudy 'mliriniiclii tin cJI1tI'r: liim,ilf ( I iintinnut'nngv' ) f.,rtl
4 j onr. to morrow night at M iJun --< Mr s. did not tike," and mv. shaft fell I who was passing( ',i' r h tI'I'311:1'I'1! r* 'rin,"t \1 i b I
Dona" laid Jack hurtless"l .. Merely' a little top heavy', tall t IU 1 i.t.1 i : ,,.1 n imn\ hrci't j 1""illIlI.I' in I :eir tt'I1II1U1'It'l1 tiny' havi been taken
And it was done-misel a ttern" .Ious ,, .sir miJ he hit orcrttul\ "- i the >host 1'1&| of the mmiurih of the
ii o \ ". : in a louder tine, I "II,. he, he, you semis lo !K I Lit war ( before he t |>i hvi HHIUMH i ivothcu'iii I! n
C laugh-was: stamped as i gi!nuine coin of hive the nejrojs: ever done any thing the reply lui oi' .Iii; t:1U',1I: lo 'u- '?.1 II i ij ':"l tp."
current wit-h:1,1 the go'ul 1 luruno h vmsu :(reit-.v'as there ever a great black man- I I am not an ir:u'ibie: nlan.f., IiUiteiV4te I them 1.\ h> 'bl'T'I. \,) 'rue timid ion
I j per ors xohtare g )t nit ) th,' .ncwapaprrs, tell mn tint T"Intrrruptei lm\' cii I hue even an ulna ot tie. ; tines m ilii i'm," Mil this! ;\I\lr"\ 's, hit ,Its. i iursiu 1 His 'lieji.tyli sthmiiMT l'te'kle'. l.ietilrnintliigol
# i ail tV hit I saw of it \\.i< trivellindown again! m,' bbo boile. :tn'1 1I I I milk! ..' human: kIIJnl"-uf 1 uat charity! !t'I1I1I'1Io',1 thiniiohttuut.ie di,irn,il I \ diiniitt her last tiruisr off theisle'

1 south, every' b xly by the \uy, rliimms it I resolve that I woild do mv best to 'o\. which teaches!: us to bear: an4/ fo heir-i"I !ijoiiuhN, l Bill ell}'. .-iliei( !,.'iiiielr' | .'.ii.ilIv r I of Inns fur Ilie pnrpiim* uf inptu'rincAivstls
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for their own. I' !' the animal ,. \\\1(111"\ ti' I 1'ltllll,1 in Out SHVII| Trade:. andlul
rt'inctifv": at oueeMr m"rcwhich "di nidi. liU lilt <:' ,i:Ii' to ilm | ipti ui a ma:iid ur '
:m .'. Wlut tidY you to thai, Jack ?" I :=Shirtf,>llsr' Midi with! great: gnv- 1: ,{le>\ + of hral en: nid blrWii: h.ni that i lie I\liUl1l I'tfa :.till \' woill ub I j e t h mTg j in sight( .f ( "1''' Iraiujlis tail; insureot ol.rervnl \\0

True true but then ynu'i. got such a I' icy, yot will certainly: grant that the ig."es and him; that: tiki"i." I "('r'c 111'11 ,h,> he-ti set J>"i:t",ron '.;niJ Ins i n !suck C'h""III'rl1I.lc'' r
lliet'iikli' lininrdintil
comical way' with you." ) fninp11.: 1 .M th. \hl"oIll'Ill' tint\ was e't'rI I I Bit oh ho I"' I ,i 1vini 1 t| Itoc't: thu \iii pl:l\ :: ili'xeh; '11I,1,I .trlll.II>' .-.'.failoitn1 lilt Juli.in KIVM !
t IIre then is the r.mt-it! ni'ist be inenjej, I I : I I \ a' ii'lxd anchor, iniuli all MI iniliaK1
iprolueel' always e\cepiig; : : Newta'iPrincipi maadunCvat: : t"lllll'p 'kel; \p m,' !: t'|\\t'I'I"I'.1 V I hthiItrly '
-I shall look to it. I i and CraVjc! -ilnollym s." m.\'c3a; and starts I tar 1'1 country UI1IJII.i Oil )1.\11'1! h 'vi ,im.r-! '' and iioni ulvHiitimi in ihul nulling, very.
| This was somewhat out of the gentlema't's i ht":1 ojvn in ails t"'I\IJ 1:1..1': or |IuUieatiun : : s<'mi ('IHI\II..tlllll' Mtrftl1JI'r, annt
If there; 14 m: thin** which (run my a wl t depth ant he lookcJ rather blank! I A NEW Co.sl l'lN: tr. I ho nimht; rn.ike! in r"pl't: to any thing I I 11'IIIIt| 'to 1'.I'III1'| \\ "ulII"I ulxnliitely millliss ....
1.11> loathe it i H lit it sickly. silly, silken I|but the (vmpaif begat t.> laugh! ani I II It will be recollected I th Il year or Iwo I that: r11y'unavc! i'tml| ) in them haoilJ: | | |I 1'111'! ) i> olr'r: !: ordmgly michoriiltlionlv ,
PIt'I.I'! rtiiriiuol
: ftentun'ntilisin which hl"tl..un" am''',i? I lookedtry" noleni! aid hci.utbn! was: ago, a parag h" 3i pmt t,1' b' thc LonI i he therefore re UIKP the .til'ct. in' ui.otlu. "rlleciure mv ma tin an i |>|M>
p'rtam classes th.. rnlm"; laths 'n of the.livii'i } ashe intlniUrd !last '\ \ i 11'id riiiMini'iii-liinu! her !shr war prieivi
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don t If otlect
: Literary a!.clle wc : right I *
: -garlitk is nothing to it, 'I'H I : very' i ieathOi: yes I pros'unf there Is no (jiestioi.t I and utensi\fr: coicJ; .t&ti !g: thatalarde.i i hope he w hi: be 1'41all111"1'1 i : 1 II :slow! tnqthee :: ',lUMt-rry ,the Item/ nail of 'puin,
I'lns With
'I ,{ willioni I ,<'ndout. together
t'iti'it oceisious+ iii involuntary rising! of about that, said heey unsaipectmjlyand !>od}' of laid h td hued 'lis Ul'cJ, !saute 'COtl.illl'loU: of the press a.1 opnsrtiihtyto j / : a {p nunilxT uf
i the "IOIlt.\,'It. .\ulvel,I u in"',MS m.' at every "' yet you m tit be aware that it waswnftcn where to lie south ward oflh C IproioOJ I rel.ly| .1 bo v '. I I lire t t.itad.idc "W and the men
"'rn. Live tile "bvsnjs' ail I Ilo\'f' talks .. i I lin i'tot. del tier ,deck exactly ('Orft'N'
by :insjro"THIS llsoo. There how'eve a great lac'sofdctiiU (Hut' a"1 1' PUI T'I't:' rsi ; f this < itv
swarm: aroun i like th,' J 1111',1 MI 1 of K:. wad : j pOlald I uh ilu, .!" ',iiutnvi of the v<'1"1 I I'ief ,
plague I,I :vas a poser.Vell well- (',-' for wont of whlth, as well usthi hedctwiv'rl in rcicrcnie to the iu 'jrcf rickli-had
WP'II I I'll allow. but" aid the whole table burst extraordinary character the discovcryminy alit('IP-7 nit nnv' unjust 'I'll! 111.I.rlal.! tut :: ommnderof; I ilif previously -.
iw mihinj' '* sighel I th" rlirli'H I into n roir: were incline to rcMrdilwith in- its ha fea"el' rnal If the inipututmn! mlIntcnlel ; I riuivrd of lien, and gave hopciofnatis

A'1';clica. as she sang on* of \I".J Mlnti-i 'Oi, d'-nn: y au're :aoii2im2"1cneJthe credality't now have tie long; sa j.'it: to( apply! to this poptr.1' can lying the stranger w tilt brtmdmde (the usual '
\1 m Il1t'\l strains. all ib-iit disconsolate dKHioiafiUnd conlrov ilstid t ."J mateo details L "' -Ih wer..ni" B.nVl.__i this *n"1'I I roxin*" y shown by lartm *'UVTCTH, to
love f with himself leiviiijm11\ to /fiiinh. mv FrI11'l&. the Tasmanian of tfiSarf Town whatever!! fl'tfe may hrr,'tofore host smat ll vrsets\ ot war.) The Pickle immeI
1. Y"in, 1.1)l" Hill I '('14 Ptstorcila, meal without further molciia'.ionHut { dated O'lohtr I lth,1S33.! : I rfp'tricd! him It will not U incrcasi I t>>. I iliuli Iv rim her stern, fully' propaied to're-

putins, h.'r h-n.Ikerr:hief to h,'r ryes"Irvi't : I found my dinner wits spaded.lleart Iircntsruo TO ins wofc "' .1' seer a ehrl'It': : redll'( and unjust I\rn: the I I tur ithciiMiil null:tiilion. aiu'horrd) on her \
hMnrrvinghenl heir it," slid ::1 C ain the 'iljoini' ruIn. Most of our readers will recollect, that 1\. 'iiltncdtlon' or'I l''Jr.i"ll'ccl! )' IreupII | quarter within half pistol l nhoU A .bout ,
I I.
,h.. sobbing ;Miss Kuphemu: which did not lenl to imp; -cue m/ alp* bout thirteen months since. Capt Briscoeof from th" epithet r.f fnU I ,'. I was then wnt"" exumme the 'uspicoui.tnm :|
I beg u) fe"| siek I' I tite the brig Tula, brought his vosscl to this s I 'rhe iit'onerumes in hi, idlrihs wri : "rr. a lint she pros"'oil to bf the Span'
: g "They say \111 i sine! b'vmfullj. Mr "JI -' -he'! whit: funny man. "' jud port for repairs It will also be fresh 1 in nu/nemOlli nil I I p .1 l,,ille. He: denied ibr! I lab "1"IOIIAl'r ('arl"tta, carrying two H
'k".I.' ." slid Miss \nwplici. ",Urrl'linri a fl'mIp enter."Yesyea1grett. thenvmiry of many. that some of our pub., i rO.r 'P"P'I' Aul ic. aril\ vet 'I..iI'rlt'.1 I Hit 11.limn'rs. \\'uh a ri>iii|>lioi('nt of 90 men, I II
i ', sots mitt give us a son;." 'I wit-i great wit! lie writers prcten tel to doubt the auilien inHoinitah\ : pav cr of public op:mon. mil I Irom ="anltl'rlhl\ lo the Ia( ana.I .

J I pie i oT It mild nit do., I must hh3, !" way the reply ticity of Capt, Briscoc's state: .nent-vi/:: I g.i"tunf"llhf'l'l', .),' the hl'i''III' its ,\\ :i;.. In'I I I UK \eiluviiigan\ unusual number of
ain,,. 'I I.-1t my dm i randslun'coTt) nrroom that hew'is then on ai etpeiition. at the>''I I leveling: nnm*dt! ",- rims \111:11"11.1111.| I lit: de'mo w nil" r tusks. ; on ltoird, and lining alyo Mttrduli I I
"I have/ a song which: I sing occasionally, wishing that I hal let Slurtcoliir alone. I coil of a London mecantile houie ; in levi:I .I that th"rc Were one iliot:< nul rolonistii is ii ibis, link;, created' much suspicion
bit it's no very sid -" I, : in this\'crrJourn\1.: the epithet ., piratical"' ''in MVru! and etIHlJcrt"lth.I ioloni/ati. ;: till. tin |pert (.f tin CommnrxW of the
) O, then, it's the veryy thing-'oll mustsi.nij I hidheenojtonap'ofpVisure! anlI 'I was mire thin onco repeited when referring 'I selienio as an' i"iv'''"''' ''abc' : throrrtte in i; CH. kle. who was not ftllOlll'lher'Nliltlled i'
if, bj all mini; *." I, loft it in higher spirits than was my wont to the Tula. anl I LIvely. At the time h'rpritt'1111 vet in I the coarse of his re 'I with the III'I'"lIl1llhl'III'r of UN lavcrgivnof
.. Wail, ir you insist upon it-'>ut it', avery to ramble! like mv' own loose thoughts : Capt Briscoe was with us, became pret.I! marks. ; nhs l ,trveil l m tint! '" liixl wns ihe gnnt \ himself. nndiirntlwiktoirmg him i iI
. dolorous d i tt> -a always overcomes I w hercv'er chance! or fancy might: direct me understood! thst a di.coveryoland [ cat! th'rtri:"t in HI* nntvirsee'' were I I /m lionrd nnineilutely, together wnp hill I
in -" ihrn: -' 'began I It was but a m'invent, And I fount m.elfl'in of torn1 imp,}rt3Ret hal been mine,.1 somewhat startled Lv the boldiHM! not tonavirrevert papers. log Umk, rhnrtu, *". Firm these t
( A'ini. jt'ie'.. wisnViUa 'i* 81'1 I 1 ach.ichrarJ. Tnrc: i is something tinpressivtly bat mu great pain.a'cre taken to keep the iirol I ti.chn nniiik ; bin "I'rl.1 di'eumentM nuthing could hii elicited lo :

'." She h'1III'n brighter days I+,I solemn! at any time in the list: Rituat to,1 1 secret, the various report circulated -.I still more '''''''I'II.'cI 1 bv Ins a -x-rlion that warrant the di'lention of a. vi NKC) under I
When h ide (low tint it where CIIRI'rS{ ; A ( OLOKhl "'r."ni h colors am) which WH. 4o all ap-
*)rnm 10 tev! Broil I restins: pa3ofm>rtility, you ; of course. were only surmises of "JE-OK : I
No gloom: Ir Inn her gi .e. will in the cilmn' .stillness! of the country those win pretended to be more knowing !, M\\." I! pi'irsncc a vp_sH l of war '

.. '" I or amid the crow Jc I 3,1 bustling: thoroughfare than their neighbors The following ct Toe rpt'bet! or Colored hat been adopter! Tin're were however strong HU: itionson I
flit inloelit -IsnchiU
*. is so very : I oft m -trop'llis. But the hani of the tract, however will disclose the secret I from courtesy o Oi, b" lutiful !nit di !said: all '
gon they Pickle that nhi dad recently landeda
spoiler hal, been here The grave hid: which was 80 well kin by the entcrprizing kind i"s t') the-frelmgs of the Wicks: But i i very
c When the gay smile of ?la !Inc w sat '!I b'cn opened its row':tin? content were crews of the two little vessels (coiorel men blank men "nl negro men. very large cargo of slaves, and which a

Upon those lip. *o pole, I thrown out to the light of day end the eve "The diaeorery of:hj Ian I towards the fafternll n IIA Ins same thing, The reniiltis. nuhHequeni nrruiiiHlKiice fully justified.Vlxiut .
But then she hid-i ta't'tif en'. lof the pisserby: t I stool while the south pole, m tie by Cipt. Briscoe, in the that Dr. Cox alleges: that our :SdvimirlI two o'clock to the middle of the
Andrbl! hurt: al.Jil," !h'ign: anl: shaft of merriment: were yes : bngTa'a: aj3-npiaied: by the cutter Lively I vvisa ne! -o-an: airrm'nl rrvolting to'' watch on the name night!; a Cubing line

BK vr'iv! thit feii.fiii: h vtic flush ringing!{ in my eir, and the parting pre<- bath! ressc's' be>'> ig;ng to Mi.srs, El-'this n\ >ri1! SMS" of theconmunttr, gait h'ills winch! had! /been unintentionally left trol.
wasoWrvcd ttrsQu.rtenmaster
sure of friendship ant aTuction WM yet I derby, extonsue o*' ors of ships in the :ant (rem 1'11:0rtt'! truth. Our bivlcur, Unit overboard, hy .
fn ani bitter
'ne, deep sighs; warm upon my hint to gaze up )n the whale: 'Aihm. his beet comtmicatel: : to WH born I il: Ju 1 lea-m'n l 1\l'n-/.ly/ know! of the watch lo bf'J' a
Wnv d > the" I'rY4t"I..lrea'nll"4 gusliFioin .. of .,. I Unit in all directions' land he, with tsiesie
b'nl.4l\1 skulls thi flcshless .keletons the Rjyal: (its') -, >'1ic11 Swity thtt'h' dsunctive friiu"-s of the Jewish!
: ... ; :
live IiIIlile'e.
tho< : I th, deil Oi; what a h'art-sickeniag: revulsion I "It is supplied that this !lanl! Inrm1 put anlfnein nj 's altnsretho diwimi'ir! tense, hauled it In, when it wan found that

!I'J'")'), I Iwo N'twi; nit that of f,"lini wn th'!re There was a of a vast Contin'ii, etteniina, from not: : The lonn 'r hive' nl'pn'1I'tI 'd tho ip ay to the hunk was. apn| 'nditl/ a ''Hhark about
Winch mide her check KL) palelis' ; mirilta that cnr tnt; picture of life longitule: 17 31 to 1t t,1, ?IIU 18 of',vlilqiicarrojad I rOt th* CN')';e shin the thick lips, the four feet long! On ''1lf'nini it, tn ,be morn
\ alas! hfrta'tbffti'Stn 11it" giyest aid d":ah! In its ghinliettfirm tha whole! of the sithrn or Sjuth 'ensued wjo'! the fnor, or anv ether of 'mi, a bundle of papers was diwcotsiffd. in
/ irrrtib' fit jf i i<* tail that snfetac'e; of vvut: wj are ani Pacific Oen n far as ths IaitJbof." th''< 'It irks ttf the Gush: ong:n thai distm the belly, rolled mul tied up (now In our
' be ,neh! I shall never fjrget 'Iio" the lvter They were utterly distnt office. and se hlrh were sent: to U* by the
m itt w 1 32Cipt (
; S) ))11 lauj'iel -fir: n mom mt I nner Cape II mI. 0" the23th 'e'Jru'y uf the llckle through our reporter t
I from ih* K: : citn in the day* commander
't felt "o happy: in m/ life ; bit then the littlevhcina Bmcoe discoverel land, anl I diring ivians these examination were ,found
venu1 1 their .upleei by i illmg me. u nation toestaitaha! : ne character-mole! ''II 1 S'lrieiand '-,'allar pl'op1Tht we'rek to IKS the papl'l'1Iorlht' amongst
<." euwel the whnl sex i'1 in\' thenniJr. but h) w u. froathi : } also s
all went totersbly intsera'hen ; out a l Ing I last: of serious lu'jeI.-Jp2Ih- I state of the wsithir ani tbs ice, u table! sit 'vt '1 jiinct while in 1ypt.: and in the estahlnbiis : which urMlie private nioal.-lhy and
i away I then, the Carlotta was g utarrr] ,
h..1rl'j the graveparson'e! lat(,serin>i, A*. approach nearer thin 3) m.1st. Tu: Stormy I )t of their civil polity', by Cod1himself prove
: 'n' is one thing which I foroitersitm: ail: rc ?lrel tiu if pja-! Petros wai the only bird sa. ant nodill. 1 therwrere sl apart forever, as a'' hat on board a cargo. of 293 ulavrvjfhichrargu be'on .
li.id IHI' Undud about fovr.hours
I
voaFl exercise their nsibles it .h) ld >,ei nr afldiw; '1'1 -hedged on : n
pie It bts b nanilCais by'sLaat pIY'Plt up
*,) ",M,il afoh'irn'are. and th ti is the b'!in? i d-1U" l into :an arga: n'\: 0' aiv na'ijec'! sir I j'I not be 1'1 my ace'>:nil! lon it'J1.1131 Et Utituli 91 3) 4. Ai: ee- ,iciMivsilt, ant by every II'1,: form, anti, bv .
nnr ovmon. I |look uam that mm who U :ni:kl: blissery ra..dni tent of aViat 3)') miles wu sea:i. Tie: I In a'l I th' ,*c: 11 ):thll! of their complicated the hopeOIHUWMSntngularIv
)by* dawn ,,i)'ni litiguc I opinion and a'l111" a sigh::: at: WM bconnn{. Co Alas, rang of maintains E. 9. E. rt; sof worsh:p. to present ihcir mill ti:1: ', tlisr'>j>olntiil, and ihetnth' set smgjdanIydlsmvered .

opal m t uih-r:: to confute or tiiuut to t.a1l"1 I vvs m tat ill die r tit)'J sht she wouU hivo In confluence of the bal .tats olll1e with any other people.. And they are an1 t
died lau: D tHe: strange this! ha lan I unamilj armflM ple-& thereby *otan.I Iing .
I would upon a pcr*>:i air: ..*i )'ill': ; !ilaj. health of the crew, Capt. Brise was corn. I P"fJ :
m d') vimthi ntriH't to as-,rtui idea genii; In,1a'nJ\: ; but if pf p-llcd to return into warmer Uiitudes. lie rclelo t'AdarOirSnvbur !: HuNMk.Cm;AIT*.-There i. mi tire for
1 hat: itrvigth: eni/igh to redress myself; I pIe feel! l 1:1I'ir\,1! they! will la'ili; nt, I rttel wintered at Van D'lauILnt, ani was moreover, was of the II/'eII bl':amity, ulirlur and shade, bke .. horse-
ait I hn.f t"3'JIl1tnt! it w U n great pity I ill ail n )thiti? but resolved to boll rejoined by the cutter,'from which! he< was of Davilnl.was iiio nhepVii! of Beth chestnut, Kill llhhe word /fane Is ,added ..
the )Ik!' could not be called Urn to the41ooisit mv long'D for the remainder of the even- fepratel by the stormy weather, tn the le\em'-'e! III\.p..In1mi..t of f'lrarl-D/ negro disparagingly, as it uuietime In lo a ma
p is will'uin the other 1& mAYw : high smith latitudes. 1 The moil remiss: at the daring h irdiaood ''rlilp, it I 11&& bill one among many Innknce I
ingLTik
t1 I h one.Jive 1 th it ray siren cwt" pen *1 at Ilirry Blunt! ; ihs fell )* burst 5 la October WH, hI! proceeded lo New of the "asterrion. BesMes-If history that the vulgar compoutid their word with
this )1.Il e ) istitutes oiin of the chief rai Jrms into a 1 1'i/i Zealanda the b, i1nl'\t of February, ran be relied upon, M far from Ix'in,( tutu little prirssion: [I is the same tree

f njr life. The'world u full of thf''iewmirm WUllhJdare you IUlbinl: at," uJl 1 H32 In was \ii tins imtnlute: neighbor- evens* arm; h" was uncommonly} aid ,I hull a called burkryt In the we.t. In
-*- irti tints O ie cst .earcely m seta I fiere,!y. holofaitiinnins4 ice her?. when It ft"111 coin'! :It :JI even's! ;'there was n1'I.c..1 tho Indian tongue, which admtC of' about i

tor 1 w i r .I lo"', not carry a while pack of Warso ye: ; r.wed hj would. go into hy.- It' pieces, accompanied by a tremendous city ofouir4. {ing the feelings n f the ("jmrounity "'I ai inane conitiutrnd Idea u letters, ., theh
l. irTrViller in his px-kei all doublert teries. noise I by a 'l'itiiofi! so rcvoltn. ualunsjpptei II' .iriM'" ht'NIIUIIllIl)' perhaps described In
?nwl with 1Ui.h): ) Holism., fJ'\thymn"s. MI_"I! -\.." nil he at length, 14 youlx Ot the Ith of the im month land : by proof ilit very word which<< give It. nits., a* a
l k if mJit)tmg torn*. Sin m)nth .iA'!". hp.1fllt iii::.n" umbrngciiuK, IImont t1ttlllll'f'r,
'''tll tJJ.ti',14, (taalIUettl: : and disjunctive, > just as y >u were vrsssoeiDthiS! E loni: ,tuie8J-iJ, lau,I I : we i hape 1)
'au.1 rci h' to let drive allt" 01' w o '''lt1..tti.I" thins fuiiy" little fJ7-14. It Wit fo jni to b, &Island, I I ted from some of then' TH.kle... .]..I"'h .js?|Iwilhlnnnnierahlr el'm's| of )Jtowen, each
." 'rI'M; Is lawyer, with his rti* a tittering ',';ang: lady pat'nln; ma nstrti the hn1ll'\ of win! may be hereafter :I that t'ie visionary: doctrines of hlllll."JiJ' tone aclintir, and. with, a tout the mast
eeerllurtq: your 1 nit teiifurj the out to 4,n;li'r inl I held h-r whisper, "a filled the Southern eooUMnt On/ abolition! would not merely be r triform. I train .!iKtable' of alt nits, tW-- bt old. The
tJcI'.fiot'\! !. w'Iuraasn' .I4's PllP&enMtl with: erti' IT:*," C ml I t'nt stand it any lon?'r. the isliil about foir miles from( the shore, ( the {pulpits, but also the Itr<'('wion uf' ilowif, luiitint 11If' admitted:1* better than
:SiMkidof S in wrath to cut all them ,tei telt f,>r this ( the fruit. "v-Mom school-boy.CTamblefjir
a knotty velum of the (athers ; this p ilitirun. core my iris a high! pack fail *all stiller ones) lus upon aj a torn
wh twh d'. th\ .....on.VII" hit t' u' if my a': .& runl";. Used n) reason: : in laujhir3 : s'aout'ots thtrdo iU, hnjit Wit covered mJ'tton. WacwM not eredit either pre. it. aiilifonete' iwlMahoiiU I U.te if
refuse 10 acme with him ; the e'11011' : bit mate it a paint to Uugn at every with sniw anl icj. Tin appearance of ihs dictun: but the ". signs of the times" *f inom InH t1!| KH a practh-aj lesion pot W place
7Vi you.> list' .,1 anti-co'4iuziUonMt! i the if,np thing I said wi9'hint hat any point in It packs wt< DM'jiivt the shapi was cortical, 'n us of their! fjlfilmen'" A few-and KH high a value on beauty. It will "charm
rince ran an I antl.tr.n a-ranee m ii ; or n }'. tTrt"reMiiichitiC3hi'reH thughtI : but with Krnlhn*, |i, w'e rcioice, to rtcorJ a ,prr- of the 1",1.' hi'' rra and grieve bit heart." ""e wH .
fyll.Ml.! (or n,*rcy sake, d> hiT eim 1> <)t a ne* character" Taey: are allpeHt'd "Tens ulail hw baen ruonl Adelaide, : of this city, like that of )Jr. Cut have timid mote diflervne' betweenbe .PP81.. ..
paasloa'a my ear, a',,11 l will tub!I\t: to any 1 : ill to onsidvr mi a wit I island in A>>nof .or her MijsUy. Mountains I I| Preen thus' de"rjtel by' (ntt, immatorv 1 11: | sure and the reality' than between > horeerlunnut

,"illil -1'\' tttinj eat ept heart u_ jan tailed. ; mih 1 :ir4>lutioi so cltsl'Ig' mbiardinj' were n-ea to> the Houth at a great di*- I( r.1/llfUl'1t on tins Nubjuet. dirtrtly npjiraliui.I and a rh.DI.b.-801C. 'n _
a wi i+H :n in or"ntypJf II ";i." p4M: ml en every ,4 ml' of then later I"(Unit. nnp/xe; | ihnut \V) mUen. Qu I1 the wot..t pritui..rt. of bum in nature tnd (ow-see I J







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1, CO.ORlSSJO."AL.I' vision not probably on the grounds 60 employed :kt tbllt\'eral iuperiutend.Tirii ,, Tiav\V otSTOCK Ccutlacolai' George Territory KnightComplainant{ of J7uridd., i InCIiancerrft :

IN SENATE.! which his father's nomination wai rejected, and agencies" ebieen thousand eight/ hun- FOR SALE. I the Jack-

+I'I MoNDAy June 16 I KM.! but because of his youth and consequent dred dollars. HE experiment of BANK in 1'rnoa- Lackland M. Stone and WiU Jill Superi-\
I
t GENERAL APIJROph\TIUS BILL. presumed want of character and experience For pay of an and blacksmiths, andtheir I I T cola has been faithfully tried, and the liam D Stone Defendant's Court. ,
I' that It
t Mr. WEBSTER. In pursuance of notice sufficiently mature for so Important and asslstamsjmployeJ within the several first !six months' operations proving! appearing to the Court that the De1 -

: given, moved to take, up the bill making renponiiWe a station.-ffat. Intelligencer.PoriT supenntendicies and agencies under : w ill be both a useful Institution for the fendanta reside in the State of Alabama,

appropriation for the support of Government the War Dcpament, six thousand four 1 Cltv and yield fair profits to the Stock and so that process cannot be served upon them ,
for the year 18.M: PCJ'SdCIL41t hundred and rbty dollars holders, the Subscriber i is now willing in this Territory. It is therefore ordered, )

Mr. P01NDEXTEK would suggest to OF For presents! Indians, as authorized by. anxious to depose of a limited amount of that unless they appear and answer the ,

the honorable member, ss the day was far the act of riglun: hundred and two, fifteen ,, the htork among the citizens, !so ae to induce Complainant's, bill on or before the beet

advanced, the propriety of postponing the drfnr EnttUfctncr. thousand 3U rsForthepurcweofiron. !i a local interest in its operations.! The amount day of October next, the same will be taken
I bill until tomorrow.Mr. steel, and coal :I paid in, is fourteen dollars on each for confessed against them and the mattes

C 44 WEBSTER remarked, that tomorrow Arrtrcd since our lalt. and for other ipensei attending the gun 'share, whole amount $24,500 There ill thereof decreed accordingly. And it is
for the consideration of and blacksmitlohops. one thousand four I Kiev on each Share ordered that a of this order be \
was set apart I be a further copy
Schooner Eliza Ann Fitzgerald Key January .
eblelthe for
I another subject lie had no intention of West hundred and stv-five dollar lit of 1835, giving published in some authorised newspaper in
-Cargo-to A, A, M J.-ckMOn.
For for Indians at the distribution I the of next S50AO0 capital\ eek for four months ...
,I pressing the bill to a decinon today<< but Schooner banticue. Lent)v, Mobile. I p-ovisios with operations year lime i I this district once a w
of annowc while on business further calls after that I the District of West
he thought they might now get through Schooner Betsey, rOller, New-Orfeanc- There will be At Chambers, in
the different spcrlntendents and agents i I of business may require. I Otb of June 1834.
the amendment this
some of Cargo-to J. Jerrison Jr J. as the necessities Horid. aforesaid, .
Campbell,
Mr. PRESTON hoped that the honor. Navy Agent L. Hall & Co. and L C. and when amiblcd on public business : The amount of Stock now offered; will be J. A. CA.'IERO ,
I
ble Senator from Massachusetts would Hubbell. eleven thmisar eight hundred dollar I disposed of at par, and for all transferred I Judge D. W. F.

postpone the consideration of the bill for Schooner Rose in Bloom, Ferres, Mobile. For the neceary buildings required; at : during the months! of July and August, divIdends June ? No. 13 ,
thereof, _
the the several ajfcies, and repairs will be from July
present Schooner Cora Carson Mobile. paid I
I'
that two thousand ollars. .I I is satisfied from past experience {Western District Florida y
I'' Mr. WEBSTER repeated, as tomorrow & Rhoda, Ellis New-Or I The Subscriber ,
Sloop Betsey
J I"" would not be an open day, the leans-Cargo-to the master.Departures For comingeries of the Indian Depart and from calculations of future $Sspsiior Cosrt .:*<.inbia Coasts, \
'i h i Senate had better take up the bill! and men, twenrv lousand dollars. j I I[ operations, that the Capital employed will I May Term 1834 \ \'

make Mine progress in the amendments. Schr Elizabeth, Foray th, New.Orleans- : For holding treaty with the \> >andot I yield a nett dividend of 8 per cent per an Eliza l Ann Difii compUiDint. Cllueerl

Mr.' PRErfTON ahould greatly prefer 28,000 feet Lumber, by J. Forsjth. : Indians, one tbusand dollArs. num, at least, upon safe business transactions I vs t.tali Divores
that it be postponed. Indeed, he was by Schooner Madison Carrune Nlw.1 APPROVED, 1th June. 1834 I To those who w ish more particular David 81'.1 Defendant, t
Lady .
bee
and mtisfac- THIS d lb eoaiplur ntby "
Bank jrc
ii""i no meant sure that the bill should not be knowledge of the I
!
Orlea a-10,000 Bricks L. c. Hubbell
.
by he will refer ul, a,id it ipixirinc lo tb. Mtufietiesj W U
laid upon the table, till other matters of an and Dales Cotton, by the mister 3lJ11'1! IS1U1lsa. : | lion in regard to Us soundness, Jr. COlin bv affidtv.t filed, that the D.feJMIu' don 1 1of

important nature were disposed of. Where, Schr. Charlotte, Mack, New-Orleans | to Messrs. H liver, J. Jerrison, reside m the Itrniorof Fiends. There

ha would ak, was the Treasury of the U- I 24,000 feet Lumber, by J. Quin, 7,000 feet \ \ ot l.tUets Charles C Ke>'ser, Geo. W. Barkley and I for., ii b eoDiiderrd by he t'oml, test HM uU
I sited States What control had Congress do. by J. Forsyth. I Hanson Kelly, Directors of the Institution Defendant appear her on or!before the List&10.-
DOW over it 1 He would suggest to honor. Rcmaininf M the Post Office, July 1, 1834 Mr. JAMES CATLIN, Cashier is duly authomed day of November next, and sojwer tb* com
i able Senators the propriety of considering, 1'ersonsytlshlng Letters from this I.Ut: to make transfers of Stock, and pliiDint'i, bill of compltioi Lied betel, or the

j before they pawed! any appropriations, will piece( ask for Advertised Letters.A. those who wish to purchase, will make ap- ua,.will be taken for confessed, and the matters .
whether something ought not to be done in plication to him tbii <(itherriu cemauted decreed seeenbalr.,And

'I I regard to securing the Treasury of the Jessee Jlcn, Benjamin Adams, PelerAlenias. WALTER GREGORY. it M farther ordered that s copy ..f this order week be r
the Penfsoola Uuseti ones a
i country. He, for one, was extremely indisposed July 5 4 No..17 for pabluibcd four month in tuccersitely. A e Attrn.UtU. .
rjr.
i t to go Into the consideration of the D. \'t.\\i\\CO\\\ I F. BALTZkLL Clerk.
F tf appropriation bill at all until the Treasury r e Jos. M Bowers 3, Jean Bapmte Bernard ?\\\\\ HiDIVIDEND >l.yl7 Me., 10
was secured under the provision of law 2. Vm. W. Bell, Hobt. Barron 2, of 4 per-cent. for the

"if and taken from Irresponsible hands, andput Jose: Balm, Sam') Ulake, Mannito Vease- A first six months on the Capital Stock Wetter Ditirict of Florida.

Into those which were responsible BY AUTHORITY.LAWS ca. Mile. Douquie, W. Bennett, Wm. of the BANK OF PENSACOLA paid in, h! Superior Cowl Lacwnbu Coaty, (

I Mr. WEBSTER Aid, he should move to M Barked declared, payable the 1st July, 1834. at the May Term, 1834. { t
or rue CM-TED: !STATES
r J'\\I I' take Ip the consideration of the bill tomorrow nest CESSION or THE EXIT-THIRD PASSED AT covGBEAS. THE C.FrancisCunmngham. Banking-I ouse, to the Stockholders or Lawrence MilltndoD, romplaiitanl. lie c...... '
t: morning Immediately after the Mile. Mine Cayde, their order. By order of the President and vs
..r.. r' reading of the journal, if the gentlemanwho Thos. CmEeekiel Wm. Cross, E. Collins, Directors. JAMES CATLIN, Cashier Tin unknown/heir of Louis ) d *a'

t .i had given notice to call up another 1m.r.l [Pl'BLIC. NO. 9] Cbbb, f:apt. J. B. Carson, John July 1, 1834. No. 17 Vau.qarm.oil de ,onnt J '

portent subject, would give way. At all AN ACT to equalize the in Chaimbles, Baml. Cacking, Joseph E. This day came the complainant by his .

events, he should not be willing to defer the Territory of Florida representation, and for otherpurposes. Canon, G nl. Dr. Felipe Cadallos Me. Wantl5000 \, counsel, and it appearing! to the satisfaction ,!

ij the matter beyond Wednesday next.I' Catherine Louisa Cortille, Joseph Cox.D. BARRELS SHELLS, at Fort of the Court by affidavit filed, that the "
'I Mr. PRESTON said that he had thrownout defendants do reside in the
r Island for not Territory t
St. Rosa
Bt it enacted by the Senate ami HVM Pickens,
!I'' the suggestion which he had made, that ofKepieientatitei of the Untt!!i Stattt of Rev. A. Dickenson 3, John Dumble 3, which 25 cents per barrel will be paid on of Florida. It is therefore ordered that unless -
, gentlemen might consider whether it would here before the first
America in Congress atte'mbled, That Deriah DeCamp, Mrs II. Dougan.E. delivery at the they appear on or I
, Be to into the consideration of Island.WM. and t
proper go the counties of Escambia, Jackson, Gads II. CHASE, Monday ot November next, answer
.
;i the General Appropriation Bill until they Caleb Eimondson. the complainants bill of complaint filed f
of
den, Leon, Jefferson and St. Jo'ins in the Captain Engineers.
knew where the Treasury was. He would F. No. 17 herein, the same will be taken for confessed -
of Florida shall each 1834.
Territory be author Pen-aeola. July 1,
: not,however, pledge himself to any course. ized to elect two members of the Legislative Miss El ebcth Foster, Capt. Winslow and the matters and things therein contained -
Mr. FORSYTH Aid, that if the Senate Foster. \lU\\\\W\\'S telaves. decreed accordingly. And it is fur-
Council! of said
Territory, as now directed -
if ,went Into the consideration of the bill, they bylaws all other counties in said, \ G. ther ordered that a copy of this order be I

'I i might act on the amendments only, and Territory shall, respectively, be authorizedto Fountait Gray, Alfred M. Gatlin, Daniel NOTICE is hereby given published in the Penpiitolu Gazette, once a.
defer the consideration of general, to there have been '
merits elect one member each in the manner G yst. that week for four months nuccensivelj.
some other time. II. committed to my custody A True Copy.-Attest
directed which shall hereafter
now or be J I
+ The bill wu then postponed until tomorrow. prescribed by law; and such counties as Dr. JoseSh Hutchm 5, Hazel W. Hunt, two SLAVES ; one;a GEORGE F BALTZELL

nave not at this: time a member of said Mlle. Euphroisme llmard,J. (larding Saml. Negro Man named SAM, May 10 Clerk.'J'e .

i TVI+DAy, June 17.ili Council, shall: !! be authorized to elect one V. Hawkins. Capt. Stephen Hersey, Muj, _____ about six feet high, stout _
Mr. BIDB, from the Committee on the I Wm. Hall J. lima Hob Holladay, Dr. he \ $tern District of Florida.
of whiskers
before the next session thereof, on the first built,has a large pair says
Judiciary, to whom a memorial on the' Monday of September next. II. S. Hcistell, Cept. Thos. Ilolden 2. is the property of George Beau, of Clark Suiwrior Cooit, Luciubia Count*. (

subject was referred, reported a bill making Srr 2.fllrt he it.further enacted. Thatit I.&J. County, Alabama and that he is 24 yearsof MtyTerm 183)) S\
additional allowance to tile Judge of the shall not be lawful for the Legislative Andrew M. D. Jackson Geo. S. Irsh, I age. He ran away from the employment Celeitioo Goiizilez &wife co tpl'te 1

I western district of Florida ; which was Council to employ more than three clerks, DanL Johiton, Capt G. Johnson 2. of G. W. Creagh, of said county J.r.lel.T'th I Lfie {, '" Chi a-
1
read, and ordered to a second reading, and L. Mtrgtrel *
the was ordered to bo printed. nor to direct the printing the laws of said Ninian the other, a Mulatto Girl, named ELIZA, of'1'honiM ilUwca mil the > CSi7
report Leith.
G.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.Motoiv Territory in more thin three newspapers, 1\ladameLanfl Lewis;John I the wife of said Negro Sam, says she is the hem of J MiOi .. E. Lane Jhn W. Mile. :M. Chorlote
,
at the public expATM property of the widow Criton, of Clark THIS day tame the
June 19. compl.iomi, Clei
SEC 3. And be further, ,. exacted That Lorans --Claudius :M. Little, alas Jose- Alabama and about twenty 'eer. .. I
Mr POLK asked the unanimous consent : Levett Mr County, UetokUs. sad it>pi> n (I* lbe luTadioa oT
Labile J.1. ,
of entitle phine Sergt. the Court
I so much an net "A' act to provide old. bysiid.ritiled, Ul t poiUoa of die
of the House to take up. for final disposition for the compensation of the ficers: of, Lamb. JOSEPH SIERRA, D. M. hem of Thomas Villiteca. dooetwd new reside

the Appropriation bills lying on the the Council and for other purposes," as' M & Ic.Zill Pc'isacola, July 3, 1834. 17. i.i the Put*of Alabama, lad Ibu she ..... of
t Speaker's table to be engrossed. I ;Mires Mile Maria Meotre: Saml. H JuLo ,
provides, n paragraph nU'11'>or seven, for; McOonejt alto reside witk"tile limits of
Mr. ORENNELL said, as this was pro the superintending printing the acts, Mitchell S, litrh..I, N. Mitchel Jr. Alexander i t O 1iCE. the Ten ilorjr of n.ridallOd n the United: tila....
bably the only day left for the presentation revising the proof sheets and the allowance :I. M'Cla-cn, James M'Ardle..Mrs. Ann Il u ordere-i that the uil Defeadant du appear \ I
of petitions he must objectMr. M'Cullourg Lt. MoorheaJ2. Maria Moreno : SEALED PROPOSALS be receiv here on or before the firil ly of the nest lenD ,'.
therefor much of the ud act ,
so s in
HARDIN inquired if the honorable ; I Jas. M'Siay, E. Monlgomtry'm. S the undersigned until the 1st of this Court, and answer the bill of tie eoaplMiinnl
I Chairman of the Committee of Ways and paragraph number and eight the, allowance as provides for Moore, Capt. J. II. Miller 2, David BMacomb. I day of August next, for furnishing this "*, or theiioie will betakes" forconfiMerdlu
said there-
Means did not know that: this day was setapart stitching acts, I post with OAK WOOD. Between sixty against them. lad the msnersad things therein j
I for that ? for; and so much of the act as provides in 0. I I and a hundred cords is required to be delivered decreed accordingly Aid H it farther ordered
purpose the sixteenth paragraph for a clerk in the that a or tin order be .
by the 1st January, 1833. C"I"i y published m the Pea t
heknew it well
Mr. POLK replied very : Executive office, be, and the same is, here Archibald Osborn.P. I THOMtS A. LINTON raeola tinSftte once a work for four meoih iee ;
the of the business I
but under state public : by annulled. ce.nl lv. A Copy All...
t, ana if objections were made, he must move Src. 4. And be it further enacted, ThatIt Mrs. Harriet Proctor, Mile. Marianne Capt. Commanding. CEO. *. BALTZELL, Clark. 1,
Marine Tartar Point Florida Ju-
a suspension of the rule to enable him to Pastort. Depot, May 10 N. 9Charles
be of the of the
shill: the duty Secretary
tat 1834 No. 17mar
y ly ,
r take up these hills.' the and R. -----
Territory superintend -----
printing
1 Mr. BUROES. Pray let us not turn a Capt. Joshua Robeoon. :\\a'f '.tal-e. s (
c 1 revision of the laws, and it shall be his dutyto 30 Yo\\ara Ut\vi\tt\ na\
deaf ear to the petitions of our constituent, S.
send a printed, and not a manuscript L.
; and let n' hear the voice of a suffering people copy to the Department of State, and another Decator or Washington Sully, Mrs. Het DESERTED from the Marine Depot, vl Gamier )i t

Their petition have been lying on to the Secretary of theSenate Sherman, C. E Sherman,John Sweet, ,near I'ensacola, Florida
I our table, unacted upon, some of them, and printed Clerk copy of the House! of Representative I Felix Sense, John II. Spalding, John on the GEORGE April.1834, Private Charles Lutallet )

for nearly live weeks. Is it not of more of the United States, to be laid Smith, A. Snowden, S Stanley.T. REl'BIN of Marines, aged JK BV virtue of a f. fa. lo me directed
" consequence to hear their voice, than to years. 5 feet 101.2 inches high, hazel eyes, from the lion. the Superior Court
before Congress and th-*amount appropriated -
undertake of their 7 H. Mad. Ve Talc S dark hair dark and for the Western District of Florida, I shall
to dispose money by the said Legislative Council shall I Mrs.Joseph Terry, I complexion, by profession I
Mr. POLK modified his proposition, so Turner. a soldier. proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on the 2d
i as to move to have the rule suspended to not exceed, annually, the sum often thousand I!. From the same place, on the 17th day of August, 1834: at the door of the Court (

,, take up the Appropriation bills. at half put dollars and, including incidental their pay., mileage. I Samuel tills, Jos. Cry, M. D. I of May 1834,Private JOHN W. WILSON, House in Pent>acola, between the hours

one' clock which motion, after a desultory printing expcnms.SEC. I V. of Marines, aged 25 years, five feet four prescibed by law, all the right, title and .
5. Ant be it further enarted, Thatan
discussion, in which Mr. SUTH Frueman and a half: inches high, gee eyes, brown interest of the said CHARLES LAVAL-
entitled An to alter and fn
act act Vickers.W.
ERLAND, Mr. POLK, Mr. VINTON. the sessions of the superior court per. j hair, fair complexion, and by occupation LET in, and to the following Lots of
Mr. GRENNELL. Mr. WAYNE CHIL- manently J. Wentworth, Geo. Walker 2, Dr. J.I I previous! to enlistment a Shoemaker Whoever Ground, or in so much thereof u will satisfy -
East Florida and the
of the district of be
TON and Mr. DBNNV participated, pre.tilled S. Wiley, Edward Williams, Wm. While,t| will apprehend either or both of the the above Execution and costs, to wit:
: Ayes m, No* as.THURIIDAY. same is hereby, approved.Sec. F. A. Washington. 1, above named Privates and deliver them at the one half of Lot No. 233 being the corner A
6. And be it further enacted. That
' June 19. : NAVY LETTERS.U. this or any other Military Post in the United of Romana and Palaiox-streets, and
the section of act entitled
i Mr. CLAY moved to take up tho bills twenty-first an S. Ship Vundaha. States, shall receive Fifteen Dollars fronting on said Romana street;the half of
"An In addition to the several acts
I relative to the Terntoritie; which was agreed act : Capt. Thos Webb, Lt. Thos J. Manning each and all reasonable expenses paid. Lot No. 258, situated behind the first mentioned -
now in force, regulating judicial proceedings "
THOMAS A. LINTON and fronting Garden-street the I
to.The fifteen thousand Lt T. F. Johnson 3, Lt. John Graham ;
bill to create two additional land ,eight passed hundred February and thirt '-four, one be and- 4, Lt. Charles C. Tuner 2, LL A. B. .AI. Capt Commanding. two whole Lots No. 254 and 255, fronting
districts In the State of Illinois and two annulled.) Fairfax, Lt. S. C. Rowan, Capt. Andrew July 6, I8*1. 6t No. 17 Baylen-!treet, all I lying and being in the
new land districts north of Aid Stale, in the same is hereby, Rosa 3, Dr. J. A. Kearney 3, Dr. S. W. 1i::;" The Mobile Mercantile Advertiseris City of Pensacola. '0

the' territory now attached to Michigan, JNO. BELL, !Minor 2, D. Purser, li Mid. E. Lanier requested to insert the above six times, JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal.
wu read third time, and pamed. Sp'a'trr of the Haute of JReprtentatitet.M Mid. Walkeri flutter 3 Mid. G. W. and forward the a
The bill repealing certain acts of the Legislative VAN BUREN, Randolph, Mid. La Fayett May'nard, Mid! Deputy Markhal.

Council of Florida, WM read athird Vice President of the United State and James M'Cormick, Mid. J. W. E. Reid, PEW FOR bALE in the Episcopal _.June M__NliJ|_

I time and passed. President of the Senate Mid.O. Fairfax, Mid 0.1.W.Thayer, Leroy Apply to .I : \\ \\' dale,
} TIlt bill to Increase the salaries of the ArniovcD, 18th June, 1834.ANDREW H. Anderson, J. Cox 2, David Ram- ,ALDEN A. M JACKSON. .

Judges of t Territories of Florida, Michigan JACKSON. bo, James Anderson! Benj. Douglass! H June 28 No 19 I I Joseph Y Cruzait. _
$ and Arkansas, was read a third time, R. Skaata i Geo. M. Louret II. Journey, \Uce. \ \ I
and opposed by Messrs.MeK AY, HA WES, rpI1IUC. No. 10.] Thos. Williams, R. Moflet, Jacob C. Greener Carlos De Villiers ) .
and McCARTY and .upported by Messrs. AN ACT making appropriations for the H. Franks, Wm. King, Wm. Burket, 24 TIERCES Charleston RICE, also BY virtue of a writ of Ji fa. tn me df- '
t LYON\"oHlehlanGAMBLE, EWING, Indian Department for the Loring M'Kinncy. 10 bbls. superior Green JemaicaCOF'EE. reeled from the Hon. the Superior

WILDE, and SEVIER I when the bill was: thousand! eight hundred and thirty-four. U S. Ship Falmoiith.Capt Just landed and for sale by Court of the Western District of F orMea

pawed. He it enacted by the Senate and 7me 'W. A. Spencer 0, Lieut W. W. ALDEN A. )[. JACKSON. shall proceed to sell at Public Outcry, ou

The bill for the relief of certain inhabiting of Representatives of tie United State ofAnitnca \ Armstrongs,,Lieut. Kobt. Kjtche, Lieut. June 28 No. 18 the 2d of August, 1834: at the door of DM

of East Florida, was read third lime in Congrttt assembled That the | F. B. Ellison,Lieut.Wm. Pearson 2, Lieut Western Dittriet of fo'rida Court House in Penvacola, between the : t

and passed. following sums be, and they are hereby H. K. Thatcher 4.! Act'g. Master C. G. Superior Court, Escarobia County > hours prescribed by law, all the right, title f

appropriated, to be paid out of any money Hunter 10 Dr. Wm. Johnson 6, 1>r. H. At Chambers, 2d July 1834. 's ,and interest of said CARLOS DE VI t
The CoUectorthip of Nr..OIa.0111" ....- in the Treasury otherwise appropriated, S. Coulter 3, N. Wilson, Purser, 5, Passed Anna Marina Michelet; wife, [I LIERS, deceased, in and to &be'roUowiDl

readers will recollect that the nomina for the Indian Department for they tar one Mid. Charles S Bogn 5, Mid. Wm. L. Francisco del Castillo 'ofl [Proper, or in so much thereof u will t '
tine of Martin Gordon to be Collector of thousand eight hundred thirty-four via Maury 3, Mid. Alex. B. Bastes 3, Jas. O'-, J"ry for a above Execution and Costs, 10 :

the Port of New-Orleans was sometime a- I For the salary of the Commissioner of Shannessy 2, Mid. 0. P. Baldwin 4, Defen'dtJ DVOrce- wit:-A tract of Land of 800 arpens, lying ;

N red by the Senate. The vote upon Indian Affairs, three thousand dollars. Albert S. Whettier, Mid. Albert I'I''L the, Complainant her and being in the County of Eacambu, att- ,
! that nomination is understood not to have I For the salary of the clerks in the office worth 6, Mid. Jas. W, Brackett 2, Mid'j to the Court by tasted at a place known by the nam of f 1

.v I ;, been party vote, but to have been influenced of the Commissioner, five thousand dollars Saml. C. Barney 2, Zadoclt .. M. Blount Esq by Coralio de la Costa or Clear Water Creek,

by representations from New Or- I, For compensation for the Messenger, A. Latlmore, >t. Shennentmt, Thos. Robertson : that the Defendant is not an inhabitant, ofthil three miles from the City of Pensacola, also -
leiu. from friends as well as opponents of I seven hundred dollars. 2, H. P. Oimstead, DanL Pease, Jr. Territory. It is therefore ordered Lot No. :348, with the buildings thereon

UM Administration.On I For office contingencies, eight hundred E. Green, S. D. Moulton, Ezra Green, that unless he here on or before the, in the City of Peruaeola, being eighty fset ,
the day following the rejection of dollars. Saml. Daggett 2, E. Lecon, J.:B. Neilson, first Monday of sppear November next and fronton Onvertmentstreetbyot Uldre4 1
thus nomination, UM President of the United For pay of the Superintendent of Indian W.M. Davis, John Smith, Sergt.,'Robt the Complainant's Bill filed herein answer the and ninety-five- feet deep. ---a

States nominated to the Senate, for I AlI'alnat St. Louis, and the several Indian Dodds, Saml. P. Hawkins, John M. E. same will be taken for confessed and, the JAMES W. EXUM. Marshal

this oil ce of Collector,Mr.Gordon, Junior, gents, as authorized by law, twenty-six Egleston, William Yard.U. matters and things therein decreed, accord By JOSEPH 81ERU.Deputy ,
the Sea of the late Collector, and, It is believed thousand dollars. '. S. Skip St. Louit. JIarahal.
ingly. And it is further ordered
' as present a Clerk ,In the Collector's I For clerk in the office of Superintendento Capt. T. M. Newell, Lt R. II. Morris, of this order be published in the, that Pensaco-copy June 12th 1834. Nall
02oo. That nomination is understood to dollars. Passed Mid. a Swartwoat Dr. Eclia
Indian Affairs, one thousand Borland la ,
have teen taken up in the Etecutlv sitting For pay of subagents, u allowed by law, ,8' F. M'Caul'y. Purser, 3, Serg't Gazette once. a Acopy.week for Attest three monthssuccessively. 30Q: mamra1t'h
,
of the Senate on Thursday l tld, and rejl'C'led vlxlceii thousand five hundred dollar \\illiamlI.Spcncer. t

at that of his father was, without a dl- For pay of interpreters and translators No. 17 II KELLY P. M July 17 GEO. F. BALTZELL No.Clerk.17 AT THIS Exerted OFFICE.









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,L surd sown good ground, dour v.'*.tl IIII the I..'"- gale Id. i I. well skilled SMIII.-At shout Ja) titnk& day briars
the whole labour is perfumed in one day good upon (
PE.VSJ.COU.I lab and bring forth abundantly. i in his profession, and combines with this'' yesterday. a heavy squall occurred, ac-
It only remains to invent a machine fbi 11. Tilt Army and A cry of Me United knowledge, the wildness and humanity ol companied by rain, which prostrated a p

composing and distributing the t) pet, and Statet.-Arms of the Republic, which an of the gentleman. All our officers on board great many china and fig tree within the

.. AAT1RDAJCLV 6, lf 34. I then a little Promethean fire/ and there oilscarcely its ornaments in times of peace, its defend desert much praise, they conducted them- I Levee ., and among other damage on the
sunk two fiat boat loaded with
selves with the utmost coolness and composure ,
\ In the hour of
For weeks until within rew be use even for a Printer's Devil and protection danger.
some past, a \ /lIttlligtlltt-The basis of all rational although every moment threatened flour and several with corn. The rain continued -
.
t day, the weather has been 'try'arm and Supposing the facts, assumed by the foi- Liberty. them w iih a water}' gtav ,. with little intertaldsy before yelerdty *-
dry. There is ho of the wnrH where I and yesterday, making very cool,
part 13. IlonanThe -
lowing paragraph, to exist-we join hearti and wealbrr
.
disagreeable -
FHIOATFA vrty sorry
t last best dearest to man FATAL SAICTC tr AH: AMMICAK very
,
frequent showers move important tromfbrt ; gift
are in the!'CntimenWbt'tht'rtht' imputed The however is well washed
ly W and wpn.Qommu1ftatr correspondent of the London True> city, ,
in warm weather. Recently we corruption, bribery, &c. exist or no, Is a( Oman appeared happiness Sun, under date cf Ptitis! May 7th, sjs : : and If the state of general cleanliness to

hare had nothing to complain of on thi matter we take it not upon oursclvei' .. A disastrous catastrophe las occurred at brought about .should be kept up by the
score. We have heard of some cases 01 ( I II Toulon. On firing her mint J' artilltrit i citizens, there weald be little reason to feat
to decide. But w'e adopt the sentiment. I
I' the of epidemic durum the
with the trench ships. In honor of Louie presence any
trifling illness, Deferrable to green corn, Who shall hereafter say that we hast I To t\e Editor oj the I'rntatola Gauche.SicIt 1'hilip's tete. the need btates American remainder of the summer. It appear to

'ripe oucurabcrtand unripe pcacher Am ; not come out 7%' Who shall any longer ; is with nonnalldfgiecof n.t'ln. irlaate firt'J" hh bull into the French fri be the
there has been among us that amount 01''' accuse us.of being on the fence 1 It Is l-ihmcnt and I indignation' that the Officer p&teLe Niflren. b>' which unpardonable : we have conversed, that the season will at
mortality? which flesh I Is heir to I" but In read, lit gird tine mnn belonging to the Utter any rate be quite favorable to health-and
; hoped that this demonstration nf the national : of the I. S. schooner (tram fin daily vilwniiil in twain, two mortally, and it i i. true at present that the city U unusually

other respects, our city enjoys its usua I' : politics of the Gazette will be per : In papers: 1'ubltahed in various parts of 11t ; four' gru: 'vtiusly vrutuU-d. This imiortu- I, healthy at this period.A.' O. B\til4

health. fcctly satisfactory to our political friendsSo : Union, e\nigerjte\l and false uiemcnt of! ; true mishap had txcittd great( irritation on 'tin, Jime 2:1,

N.t ..,...:':The- V.: S. schr. Grampus" mysteriously is the mind of man organized the disasters! said to has a been experienced tlicpartofihe" French sailors against' 01 ItJ"1 A storm of w ind and rain from the South.Neat *

arrived here on Saturday last. We under i that often after laboring for I by that Hurl after leasing Norfolk, url> tail Americans except in Frcinlheparlifularit regard: I to the name )of commenced her on Hattirday nithiInst.

stand she is last from Jamaica, but bring long time to acquaint ourselves with a .ub-I m April l lat. It latrue that most revere : Ames irsn frigate: we are led to fear the 1 and I'ontillut'd with but little abatement -

ne news. Below is a lint of her officers. jest, without advancing a single step in the' weather was experienced en the coast fu i statement is too true If so, there must I of its violence for more than twelve

From a communication,handcd ui bj) knowledge of it, there comes, as if by In- II week after sailine. and that the Grate terse beet a carelessness on the part of ourfrigate hours. N9 Mail was received In thin It city
inexcusableathington\ Horn New -Orleans tin Sunday, ass was
one of the officers of the Grampui, anc ipiration, and in mockery of our imbecility. flit! wascouegrre'tllp nptlf'd great peril 1'trg ra totally j'4.l'roet : I' Impossible for any v 11..1. much Jess steam

which will be found in another column, i It i single ray of light. We follow it tot Ins gale of such severity and long contin Coat to w esther a tempest of such nnrtmlt

would seem, that the disaster which wen moment, and the whole moral horuon I I. uance. It is also true that the stern boat the A: t., Courier f r."q June 13. ling fury.-Mobile ,\I,.,. .\
met with by the Grampus her latecruizi Is spread before us in light and beautyTo and the bower anchors were cut way; after LATER scbr FROM FRANCE.Our hounded: Vednesilaj \\ June 19. j

have been greatly exaggerated. such a phenomenon of the mind we ascribe which she made! good weather, and fn 'news night &i tune Eclipse o'clock, the Havre (twgrru.-Ye e have brought up the minutes ;

We republish from a Pennsylvania pa our late sudden conversion to th several days w nhstood the kitty f If the pulr packet ship Havre. Capt. Stoddard, bin of Proceedings" in both Houses of t.

account of the gale experienced bj}' true faith in politics. But we detain the in a manner that few other tree's: o/unj: tits tog to head "iIlJ., w as unable to reach ('Ollgrt'lIto he close of Tuesday Not
an
per reader evidence could have done. Oncmerl' the my before evrn o'clock yesterday\ being able to gel in jrsterday'n, we must
from the of our con'er.rr.oln description,
the in which she was lIuppofl'dhave the biicf which
T Grampus, morning. She brings iis Hat re :fates ol : be content with statement
'
lion. merchant vessel that sailed from "Si.
I
The can follows,
suffered severely. accuracy :
so the ?ih snd I'anoof ih/ limit May.
? of this account may be relied on. a AVw- York paj>,r.J] Thomas on the day after the Graiflptt arrived I 1I \1a,7.-Wereedve, from Toulon In the Senate, there was a highly Interesting *

t List of Officers attached to the U. H. "Those whose palms have been scared there, reported in the I' t State*? (and under date vf the 1st Instant, the nc- debate upon the question nf takingup
by bribes begin to tremble! Their high f a circumstance the Appropriation Bill, in which air
the falsehood went the round of all the count ('IM> extraordinary
schooner Grampiu.' I places will not sale them, and their very papers. that notwithstAiidmg the positive terms in Preston, Mr, Webster, Mr. Fortyth, Mt.
Lieut. Commanding, fall .) that she had throw eight, of her (flay and Mr. Grundy participated. Themotion
John White, Eq. height will only make their the more w huh It i III stated, we dare not give publicity ,
William E. Whittle, Lieut. tremendous.; The people will hurl them guns overboard in the gale.! This couldbe to it without expressing our doubts ol I to postpone the bill was finally

William\ B. Lyne, do. from the situations they have disgraced, no other than a sheer mischievous fabrication its truth withdrawn ; w hen the Senate took up the

William D. Porter, do. and the bitterest indignation will follow. for it was eIdl'nt from the IIAlntt'I1red The follow!( is the language in which bill, and proceeded lo consider the amendments *
John M. Gardner, Acting Suiting Muter. them fur daring to barter and sell the rights the event is related to us by a person M thcrcto.rrportrd by the Committee
Sterrett Ramsey, Purser.D. Jf freemen t., almost immediately after anchoringand sat o* the spot. But sue again repent, the on Finance. Home of these amendment a
C. McCleod, Assistant Surgeon. from the circumstance of all the ports iiflair appears to us so inexplicable that w e lucre concurred in, and others were pcud
Charles S. Ridgely Pained MidshipmanOliver The following from the .V. U.It rcan' rradois withhold their belief log when the Senate adjourned.lu .
being filled, that n. such K I >!lll had keen! cus- advise our to
'rod, do. do. Advertiser\ of the 21st ult. is copied from H us we do until more ample information. ihe House' of Representative, the ,-
tained. It i I. of Imlllllfpritt'
matter no
the Bill for regulating -
do. of the Senate to
do. menu
Oeo. McCreery, word for word and I letter for letter. .
Henry Skipwith, Midshipman. lo the officers of the Grnmrm that such a Tuci.o.1, 1st May, ISM- ( the value of foreign Slhcr Coins within -
"The Louisiana Advertiser
William L. Blanton, do. yesterday fabrication should have been admitted into A tragic event hue occurred I here on the the United States went concurred in.
Clerk. under the Marine head, saysAuatvru So that the bill only want the signature of
Ebene/er Lowe I have alraed
ol'St.
Captain's the columns of the Military d: Naval anniversary 1'hilip.
hc
mail yesterday Again: -* fishts
NO pu
William Dunn. Acting Gunner. I that there two Amerl- the President of the I'nited States! lo become -
informed ou were
Steward. duplirale or an edi/orialarticle. commencing Maga'inc.: a periodical I pubbuhrd at the > law. The residue. of the day waswcupied
Erwin J. Leedom Purser's ran fug,itf. in the loads of Toulon, the a
"
in referring to Civ'. etc. The E,I- eat of gon.rnmIht1'l' correct infnrniition in the discussion nf the remaining
(l.oiiHit'ilaiK'ii; and the nitcd: SLat,'.. The
In our advertising! columns will be founda !tor not being a printer, these b/unders! arc \ could so tn'iltv oltaiiied.: aid latter. which arrived here ago. Appropriation nltlt.-Ntl//"trUiKtflrt'T.

notice from the Bank of Pen.sacola, that lot to be attributable the to of him.the but conductor they demonstrate olijournnl whose proximity to that KOUUC would! in saluting our vessels in the roads, fired A mt'lIl1ftgt'0'1 transmitted to Congresst'esterelsy

a dividend of four per cent has been des ] being necessity a prinlcr-rWe think so seem to give sanction to its arllrl('.. A1!* w iih bull uithc Sulfrin ship of the line cnmnumrcaiiu, by the President[ official of Information the l'nllf'dtlltt'
,,'oundeden (,
men.
clared for the first nix months of its opera too This is worse than for her Grace though officers of the Navy have frequent and It killed was on or the midday salute. One ballentered nf the unfortunate accident at Toulon. It

tions. The business of the Bank under the !' he Duke of Richmond read his Grace the occasion to smile at the t garbled and mutilated a port hole ot the SiuTren.. broke appears that three of the guns of the frigate
of the Directors hat Duchess of Richmond] cook the (, ,.."d3tolII had been left
cautious management! I statements "f ncwtparrft! and pass the camboose of the lint at moment discharge

been graduallyextending itself, and is now I The two Resolutions from the Senate, them oxer in silrnci the prt>ent is an he was distributing provisions wounded, two cut ing spotted the,salute all of,which and most were of them directlyinto dur-
tailor two mortally
such as to meet the commercial, wants! of! he one declaring the Reasons! of the Sccre occasion involving too many conxetntencis more one and in wounded in greater or less des the French ship of the line lJlljfrtft, bT

the place. But for the facilities affordedby ary of the Treasury for the removal: of the to pci mit them to let it pass unnoticed ; and gicc four others. One rt tBe\ wilon died which two men were killed, and two

our infant Bank! much embarrassment! ,I public deposites from the Ban\ of the t'ni! they C.tO'IOt be mluce-l l to bel.cvelhil( th y immediately ; another, whose abdomen was vioundi-d.that The President be recommends authorized for to
( pensions
would have been experienced by men ofl ed States to be unsatisfactory: and in \lffi.I art unreasonable in mt, :eM.rg. (w hic h \nvspaiil{ carried away, expired in third the ihe"l1ngrtl.families of the unfortunate tic tuns of
lev hours onI'! ) a ,
business here, owing to the unn.aal l delay tent, and the other requiring the deposits they now do.)%editors w tio hate been led j u hO'I'I\111I home| thigh! la bicLc: "IItbe ftll"\! operated upon I ihe acridrnt.-lbirJ.

in passing Appropriation Dills I I 01> public money to be hereafter made nto the error of publishing or copying the I this; dav. I JAWCS W. Baas: : u.ove wan, on Friday

CIRCULAR. in the Bank of the United States, came up I.Llse statements alluded to, to correct them;; lheecmmnderof th? Suffren was otthore last nominated to the Senate for the offic*
COL. WHITE'S hen vlu unurtunl event CCCUr tic Collector of the Port of New-Orltant,
*
ult. House of Representatives -
on the 10th in the and state that the battery oT tho Crcntftu \
We have received this document.-So red. Itebantenedon board with Admin hnilron/niirtiby the Senate on the Mm
and were ordered to lie on the table is as efficient for protection of the friendor Maasieu de ; tbe Roac '
else. We have glancedover Ciervalfi-oramaading
has
em? body future under circumstances which it make i II the ch.: .tiH.inent of the enemies of ou stead. A Lieutenant and )lidM lptDaDfrow day.PATKKC II. OVCITOM ha also been appointed -

it, and will perhaps take some certain that they will not be acted upon In country, as it e'cr'u J and ii U hepci thl' .\ lfI'te"n ftigale I'uhfi Smics, turn by the President vf the L'niuJiSlates
opportunity to speak more at large of its on board the French Admiral, to tends with the advice and consent of the t ,
1 that body the present session. will continue a.s long as she floats.
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contents. We notice it now,only to say to during ". their CXCIIVCN, which were rather badly n Senate, to be Marshal of the United Stake

those to whom it ha not been sent, that The anniversary of the Declaration of From the Adams Sentinel, & Adv. (Pa,) ccivcd by our sailors in sight of the dead for the Western District of Louisiana, vie
celebrated yesterday at Extract from a letter tl'rittc61/ an Ojfi bodies of tlicir comrades. Another bulk I VI I lUlU H, i ejected, whose appointmentwas
f CoL W. is again_a candidate. Independence ccr in the Nary to a friend from the frigate struck another of our VI'II' erroneously announced by the official
Ui The Oak The lion J. A. Cameron, presided ; of eels in quarantine. The redoubt on the wine time as having been COR
We live in a wonderful age ; but U. S Schooner ( *AMTI: : Bay ) paper ago
to de- at the Dinner, and .Walter Gregory, Si. Thomas April 25, IKU. ) large lower has also been injured. Tbrriniut .-/hint.f .
wonders are, as yet, only beginning Esq. acted as Vice President. 'eleft Norfolk on the lit inst. and thus have been many of the gun,
velope themselves.: Steam-that grand agent The national vessels and boats: in our proceeding down Hampton Roads, on llu loaded w ball-nioe have been t'ouuttd /W.mAf o;;Off Courier.)
of the mechanical world, is insinuating following day got under-way for ca.- which have done some damage or the Hic.iur ..-Several excecdiag
harbour, were decorated with flags and signals other. and interesluig fact ltv
ly
a squall
It impels vessels After doubling Cape Henry, app important
itself everywhere.
and a salute Will fired by the Experiment ared bearing! 1::. Our captain though tome parties were on shore, which were lately been mentioned In soma of the new**
upon the ocean, or coot...,a mess of potatoes and another by the Grampus. A- it advisable to return to the Roads. and L Immediately compelled to put off for fear "' which, we believe have not been

for the poor devil of "sailor who It hu of hour before the commencement for this purpose fired two guns, and hoisted of collision between our sailors and the Amencans. noticed in our coltimns. One of theN I II
thrown out of employment. It spins, and bout a quarter an a Jack or signal flag for a pilot but i The pinnace station has beer he fact that a number gentlemen of the
M.
rocks from the of the first salute, Thomas none appearing, and the wind hauling reinforced by a piquet of weaves, and raises!! huge Blount, Esq. began the reading of the Declaration which made it fair for sailing, about dark' troops of the line, to avoid all further dis of plate to be prevented to a couple of for
Bowel of the earth. A hundred horsepower of Independence. It was so timed we stood again for sea. On the morningof ( asters. Some Americans' were on shore, tignein, w ho had tickled the ear of eer-

is scarcely thought as much of, as that he had nearly finished when the first the 3d, we were in the centre of the The Consul, M.Truchct,accompanied then tarn ladies and gentlemen aTTrrmont The
the strength of a single strong man used to i gulph stream (which we were enabled to on board in person, to avoid all disturbanceThe atre. The circumstance derive additional
and bids'deftance gun was fired. I ascertain by the temperature of the water editor of leJvtrual du llarrt, from Importance from the manner i in which the
., be. It annihilates space. In the course of the festivity Com Dal and air, as the former was 10 degree! which we ropy the above again caution8tlie I plate was conveyed from the donor to the
''v ItO limn. At Holt's, in New York, it carries las was called upon for a sentiment. In warmer than the latter.) Dy 8 o'clock, public from pacing full faith in all tLc I recipients committee of three having (bl r

your baggage up stairs, and blacks allusions A. M. the wind blew very hard from tile details. He justly observes that it 111m. lowed these bird of JlU"8I4' from Boston '
shoes less, time than is consumed answer to the call,he mode some happy N E. ; at 10 the Captain ordered all the (poisii'le to believe that in firing a white a to New York, forth*! purpose. 1'
your in There to bee to the services and merits of Capt, sails to be clone reefed, and by 12, A. M, t number -of guns should be loaded with ball Another interesting piece of information
in kicking them off. seems ChlL ,orthe Engineer corps, who was sitting the vessel 1 lay to under cloe-rccfed fore by mistake. whether true or nm, we cannot **y-It*
why it should not be applied to Increase uncertainty perhaps, add to tile intensity
no reason him. Capt. C. made some remarks sail. The wind still continuing to I
pulling on, the boots and tying the cravat ; near at 8 p. )I. all hands were called on deck to [Fiom flee .V. OH>'ani, Bulletin, June 18] of the feeling it exeiut) Is a rumour from
laborious and in reply, and offered a sentemen save the schooner. The fore-topsail! yard I FROM 'rEulI-Cnl. Austin, about he Philadelphia, that Miss Fanny Kembl's
the one, oftentimes a very the of the .. the Mexican Guviromtnt fore-match! with rich i.I
complimentary to president day was lowered, the fore-top mast housed the c/ure! and detention by I a you dandy
, the other always delicate operation. All The vice president was tdasted Immediately hatches bait on-',, down and every articleon so much excitement has arisu broken oil Amaiinc I The removal of th*

sorts of manipulation are giving way to afterwards and a number of voluntee deck lashed fast. At midnight the gale its Texan, it probably at the present 1ep< .in-., the President's Protest, the public
We expect shortly to hear ol still continued to increase, and the vessel moment at large end on his return to hit distress, the embarrassment of trade,
teim may the beard, and toasts were drank, which it is impossible to< to labor very much, w hen the Captain ordered wlony. For the following interesting letier the tariff, nullification, and free trade, ilak
combing the hair, shaving: procure. The following are the regula the anchors to be cut aw,y. At2 under his own band, w* are indebted Into insignificance in comparison with the

picking the tcctfrj: >y steam. To lightening toasts. o'clock, .. ,.. of tbe fish, the stern boat to. friend in this city, by whom It is just overwhelming, all-abtoorbln magnitude of '*

the corpus! of the ladies, it has already celebrate Sacred in th< wu cut adrift, a* she had filled. About received. ihe consequences that may flow from such
1. The.d in
and earned
struck us away
h*'n applied. annals of .'reedom-mar each lucceuinreturn this hammock time a sea nettings, when it was fouodnere..ry Deer Wr.-I eneloie: you a letter for myroilierinIaw Another immensely Important fact I Is
Hat what of all this, says some caviller, find us a free, united, happy, and our to lash the men fast oa deck, lest > Mr. Perry, who lives near listed In many of the deeding political

I who wouUfliave. an editor always write to prosperous people. tht/ they might! be swept oterboard. 8000 after )r&lorladlith I must beg the favor of ournalu-viz. theta youngdaughtat of Mr.
the. purpose. To be upon our good beha 2. Ttit memory! of the sinters of their we were visited by another sea, which you to forty ard by the first opportunity. Irate Charles Kemblc I is receiving ..ua1et1.-

there is nothing which then !
viour before us, we can never forge
effect of example M. the axes were prepared to cut away thegun ore until yesterday, since the 13th Feb- PhllidefpMnptelllgtoer -
illustrates the labour-saving the duty we owe our country. the Revolts *, when the wma hauled and blew afresh usr)'.-Yesterday I wa allowed to com- olSatlucSay bu the followitij very in
steam. as the thousands of literary productions 3. Tin departed Jlerou of gale from the 8. E. during /five days nunicate with |>ersons outside receive i jortAnt announcement t- ,

. with which the country la teeming.- linn- tho' in silenci' longer, accompanied by torrent of rain, looks, writing materials, visits, ice. let- I We learn that Mr. P. Duller and >MI**
fall
and periodicals, accu- The night dews that During 7 day and nights we bill no warns xclo le at liberty in a short time and shall I Funny Ktmble, were this morning marriedn
Books magazine: they weep, of Orleans. My Christ Church by the ilL Rev. Blahop-
food the galley cooling stove) irobally return by way ,
critic the grub, ( ) as
industrious with verdure
l f in ii! ite *n rapidly, that an Shall brighten grave is on the upper deck, which wn constantly unfloeinent has been very rigid, but I have j, White.
would scarcely be able to read their where they sleep. wived personal ill-treatment. The !t
now tAt Revolts under water. On the 9th, Ihe sun appeared no I
title and prospectuses.. Scarcely a 4. The surviving heroes of their service once more to enliven us. when we toed[ people of the Colony precipitated me A firm of Brick-maker in Mount Ter
merited *
pages (/on-They have by Island ditflculties their excitements. Ohio have succeeded In getting a
do not receive from their round ourselves as far east u Block nto these by ion,
k that we of countrymen -
t, week passes, and sufferings the gratitude and within! a few hours run of NewYork.In I i came here as the agent excited and fv new brick machine into operation, gad witham
the northern eider, half a dozen prospectuses .. addition to the loss of our anchor and ered constituents, and Irrprettented them plete tucces It operate. by Brastir*,
for magazines or other publication ; 6. The memory of IfaMnrton.fl. the United Stales boat, &c. our sail and rigging are much egardles\ of my personal safety or tl- aM manufacture" a* the Mount TcrnonJtzette
while the old onesfcuch as the Mirror, theLady's The President Cm"tih&l&bn-It of securer damaged, the ofk'ers have loot their furniture lare. I was much more Impatient end of, state, the Yfrbeet qpajily of
\ Book and the rest, not only main- 7. The Federal burthens and sustained injury in other respects.All wane imprudent than cold ealculatirg pru- tickoutoffycay.. thre I* a prewar.
equal right. and imposes equals I is that we bad DO properrepresentative lenre would sanction, but not more M, or> more than fifty ton upon *nry. prick it
in DOW regret ,
urn their ground, but increase patronage E.to Perptna. of our National Legislature bun the tone nod temper of my constituents: omen from IM pre** M smooth .. plate of
end improve in merit. We think it U tile 8. TA Federal Judiciary-The main board who could have scea and judged 'squired) when I left mem. I do not blame poll.1aed steel can: produce. One hone
1 K 'Y Courier, at Philadelphia, which pillar of our political and of civil nghu/ beat, a- Krwiialiy MI of the sufferings of our officers he Vice President of the Government forirresttng takes 20 such pressure in a mint.
which the storms may
Sinai party
| has twenty thousand subscribers-and it ( md crew Such a witness would doubtless me-an attempt has been made :
aJbot
with unavailing fury.Or of the me with designs to separate Tn.u Scarlet fevers tmlacwai
benefit to charge
most contribute much to the
the
U
it
to "ith
merit them all. According The Union of At SIalt- t
Carolina
officers from Mexico and deliver it to the U. South prevailed exuadveiyurlng
approved node of press work, known a few connected the glory of the withered past, and be the the ud navy men generally from serving, at least more to prevent than one year itates of the North-that Is totally false and the winter throofbonl the (.... -

yean ago, this number of sheets could not Imghtnes: of the future- jn board of such mull vessels. I without the shadow of foundation a* all n. crop* ire said not to preeent aa *o*

f hive been thrown off in. less than fourteen I arm that shall be raised, .f to severe' eetlors it and of Too much praise cannot be given. to are DOW convinced ; so that I have no doubt C uref apDceaaee. The cotton, fai per
10. The Prirtripl You,. huliee byre
leave this repeetfully titular, conslderaWy Wig.ed
place.
C. John White of Boston, our commander shall soon
hours to
allowing twelve cherished pt
| working days, they be
t tqHal ri\t.-mIY for hit able of the a F. AUHTIN. i late told weather.. _
management
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Oi :rill Atavre abov the sj; of ten nod under To keep a Tavern, Bar included, hen ui "i r, in the lie soi.. r 1)1 r, >unt! ,,: "i.nt shall I i Pena.vta, 'I 1 nat the following tariff shall)

.\ .GAEIC i'i'E.Ii fifty years one dollar least ten Beds and 4 Stable in width ten for ute ProtlJed tl.at tin' mid offi.ru ,i be the standard by which nil (taker within +
committed
I ._- ft".ch four wh1 l pleasure. CJarriaffc, li stalls are provided for the accommodaimn not be deemed to have been I j the limits of the City shall be fromnedUlicn ill
--- reasonable
JITI.Y S. 1'Yh rIll ling tWII horse!, !IiI i d)llar of rraveller, Fifteen dollars where the puWic hate had a I Ii ,11.- .

--- -. O:i f vh two wheel plcisure: Carriage, in- To retail Ooods: Wares or Merchandize, i opportunity tobe preciously applied That I, the price! of. Merchants! Flooris

,' TM CI t ui rrs will hi issii'l PAT)' Sit jding? on-How, three! doll vs.On where the stock In trade does not exceed bee. 3 fa it further (lrt/alrllftl.or\lt'fal'e,'I Ii four dollars per barrel, each Iluker! thai)

tirdiy J3,p. n!|, "I $4 S: ) p4rr aslant inal I. each! Deirborn: Including, one Horse, one: thousand dollars, Five dollar I etery person 'hohan, rut, injure give fort-"tevrii ounces: 01 good Bread! fur

Vance: 91 payable at I Inn n11 I .f ,.IX in >nlh.. than do:lars. To reta.1 I Goods, Wares or Merchandi/c. i the pillars of the .Maiact I House ot Joliar any part. if I' twcltemid u hall cent", I Itt

or SI: payable at the expiration of the y. ir, 0 i alll II )net or Hake l not other*lse tixed, where tM stock in trade thoJ exceedon ,, thereof. shall. pay a tine of two hte dulnr! -fort)..two ounces
dollar! thousand and be under two thouna the olfen Icr bo a slate in default of pay'ment : .
etch one
at the option of tin.subsruerInvtirunwir \ : \t six I 'rO theTax roll shell bin tde id dollars, Ten dollars. : shall: be w htpp Uen 1 1.shec. 1 I' .
.. urn'!rtel" it th" n'enf0F'dOllitfirweyfaarit p! >pre That At etct! dollar*-Ihirt) -MX ounce I II
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hnnlorb'.a1.! ) nn', or whicn. shill! bPdelitered to the Colleet To retail Ooods, Ware or Icrchandi/e I "'>E'. rt fir it farther Ordmnei I At I fight dollars-thirty-three otinctVt I

fir thj/1first, an I fifty pits fnrturycii- tt by the tint of A;>annjlly! amt the where the stock in trade shall exceed it 'hall: be the duty ol the City (onutalli I nine/ dulllr.-thirt-one: ouncesAt
nh'r! "halll'P.nlin: in the Hi-retir "' oTlaeSrc two thousand and be under four tioas-- daily to inswHt+ flue Market' (House before .
tin" 'ins subspfjfi nit I in* ru > iFOIi ) I i ) tin tlnlhrs' -twuity ninoounnsSH .
.; _. -:. : : fi. ?! /further O,'d iin't, Tnit, ail dollars. Fifteen: dollar-! ten C'OL'I' '! 1 m the morning anJ see that this I I : :. 2. fie it firtkrr Ortlained. Tl.at
after the Commissioners shall h ave m tic a To retail OooJs, Wares or Merchandise: Ordinance i is complied! with, nnl I to report tin' .
the duty ol the
PHIL\IELPIHA! it shall IP Mayor on l lira t
return of the asspssmcnt. pu )lie notice where the stock in trade shall exceed foul I ettry violation thereof to the :\la\'lr. I of ,uh month
( PMz'6nnlv. ) I and fifteenth days > t to nscrrlam
thlre'f shill the and thousand and be under six: thousand BLM D. \\ RIGHT.rre .
tcret
.. ThnpecketchrwourCOR.t, b"ijucn by try, dol-I, the price ol good I}lour, and cause dIe
Aldermen. q!i
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dollars and for idcn* of the Board of
the athiotice Ian
t'f'tllrn.'J midpshill rcmiin : : twenty ;I. every I I .
CAn1Ui will Mil on thni mid.- juMict adnerthreeanieptraotisplates
Cape same .ohe ) putting
up
6th July f\nh" :skive po-t, her open I fir the inspection of any person, in- thoisand' abo/e !six thousand dollars and I I) PASSED 5th Jan'nrv: 1S.7 j ItisfiiiHit'Ul inlhe ljCity t tI
tprpstp. 1 for two weeks, fro,n 3 to d o'clock under thirty thousand, at the rate of three JACOB RltKETFs: Secretary.Arpeorco I'
liftusn'I f
with l inch the"
cabin Is larif and I nary i" : audit state in number of
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dollars. and for thousand above thirty S!h Jinuir. 1S27 |
P M, and any person wishing to tpp'alrom ,, every .
inrmdatmiH Fur Piissav. apply tit If good tread tint shall l he gmnb
J II HMPEIt' ( I'M nsspssmcnt, may file their pujec thousand dollars" at the rate of uo --- JOHN- JLRRISOS, M2yurLtN |'I ounces each BAci:( for tint hr nnd :n half cents for .
turns with the dollars thousand in addition; to theitwenty :
June" N .. Src 0 R" it further Ordnnel, That allappenlc dollars 'as aforesaid I
u he acted and Peddle OooJs. Mares !Hops. :i I the; City Marshal to ilelittr a copy of theinoiiceuforchaidtoebch
1 shill! upon by the Bjard at To Hawk or I
.. Sn.aa\ Uorae Cot SvVe.: its Itcllt session after the expiration of the :Me-chinlire, Twehcdo'lars! ,I S--. J. B" it Ordained hy the Mayor I i itird i Baker within the

} A first. ratp YOt'NOHORSE tim, allnwnifor that: purpose( : Provide i, To kelp a ifectionary: Fifteen do:lariTo RoartlofMlermcn of the City of Pen .I. !units of the City. t

}' (four years (101)) th it w icn any person sh ill have been sick reLal,1 Sp r.tuoas or V'inoa,* Ltquo'j' 1 Ions ,: aid, That it shall: not be lawful for I logs I j' Sit: 3. lie it further Olninlll. That If

.a faxt traveller: and remirk: I or absent, or shall chew. any g)i 1 e runt for than! : on quart, 'I'hiit> Uollar- : t.) run at large in the streets or commons any Baker i chill: ell u lei quantity cf Rood i

ably wellgailf'd, wllrranteJ not having! taken an appeal d irn." the time To keep a W.&?O\! Cart or Dray, incladm iftheCtt: ). nnlcx they have a good and bra al for twelve: and a half cents than u
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11fl sound Hold II irse could be mad tn work' prescribed, the I Bnd shill :a(its discretion: Horses orIulel: for hire Twelve | ufficicnt wire through their nose the two I provided for b)' the Bret section of this! OrIdiuame .

in harness when nm'fI'IIIuy.: Apply to heAr the appcil at any other time. dol.a's: i enls twisted I trgeti'ci and bent down i I r!>ha\l\ offer fornaloBreftdmhiJi'm ,
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ALDEN A M. J\CKSON: SM-.: 7. Olj it f'trth"r Or I.unit That if Sc. K D t it farMer Or lame: I, That I Fojr.c.: 2. fir iI i;"rtt>er O/Waii'; That! V1' "nllr. otherwise i damaged Flour. he sir !

i'J May 12- Noli :my pprsun shill: ) give to tin Oomni1..iolllr.. the Treasurer receiving the amount 01Tatimpottdas hinge! found' riiniinj :at lar?::' ithout nl''or they t-o otltnilinjr, shall! tuners" and js\'
-- afore .iid. shall be taken b\' the eachfence/ the sum oft\\'III dollar.It.
\ il frau luleit list of Taxable propyitv, or : above pro\ Idel for. stnl.j j wire ai up I II'"r )
/ 15 Da\\ara \lvf AtA.Rannwiy shall f'nl*. render a true list of each property give a receipt for the same, \\hich shall be j jUlivereJ i City Marshal, "h', e IIIIY! it shill be tohire .(i he neon erpd before the Mayor' vile hall Iff s

from WillamDntmnvinil at thll tim' re Iuire by t'll.. Ordl1\nce ; to the Secretary of the Board ol tu 'ntv .10 trhinrsnitice b\ po linlt upai I]i I i which shall !he for the lI1r! ..l'lh" City and\

F I the "'),\ ofeilinj' shill forfeit ail AUenncn, who shall make: :;: all entry thpnotj I : :ilvprtfitinent it th" :Market House s w if1'i the other half for the City Marshal, whr''p

A Creek N.ti. ;,oa, his from war Con to" cnh the ,nf)* the use of the City, the sum of anlissie :a License free of cxpen '. i iS the owner or owners fail to redpnn such! I duty it shall be to cximinp the weight and

:i,! Coal, a N'gr" ; man corned l\v nt) dollars, to recovered: b '.ore the .:c. 13 lie it further Oi-jauift, Tint! I I I (log or Hogs( so taken: : within the time a. ': quality ol the Bread of each Baker two ir r

( CHAMPION, a little nierte I with" .tl"lyorSrc each Autioiver! within the limits of the i foresail.by p'l 'inRonpdolhrforeachtothe: :': three' turns per neck and report every tin'

the tMill pot 10 the f..,., nit very bleak t liti 8 B'ltfirt'ier Orl
hitch i. kts right* foot whoa hi walk. with s fine CullectorofTaxec. shill be aap: )Itle: I an fair an 1 correct entries shall be made ot ail (log: or hogs!: at public auction : one : ,". ,I. /// it further Onhnml, Tim:

inaUtsnoi ..J forge wn,ike's ail nb"tat 5 four art Illy, who, before entering upon his du their sal :s, which Baokson the application )1 half of the proceeds or sale In bp I'ld into till Ordiiuiniis/ ngulntmt bakery, be, anal] '

Jf 10 or 11 inches hi th. T i, above ...*vd wlIlM tips. sh ill give Bond with ttvo securities. in I of the Ci.y Trcaiurcr, shall be exhibited to the City Trpasiirand the other haf: for'' the IIlUlIl'. ire hereby repealed, and tlib1Ihi.

paid b/ the. an lereigeed f>r tin .ppl'llla..i.. Ih. nm of two thousinl I dollar, to be! approved him at the cnJ of every three months: when the liFe of the City Marshal: .. Ordmanie shall be in force from ant ,

mmltGC :SFONEI1t1i.Cne'arth by the Beard: of .Alderman' and piy- eachAuctioneersh: pav to him one percent Src 3 He it fnithtr Ordained, 'Ih. I alter its! p"hliratj"n.
i County, AUitant, Mir h 21
.. able to the City of Pcimcoh: ; conditionedfor on the amount of sales during the quarter. all Ordinances to regulate/:! I logs. running at I JOliN nRRtsOS.:
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'. the faithful performance of his duties, which sum shall bp charged by rich .Xuctioncrr large In the str. ets be, and the same archereby President of the Board of Aldermen / i iPAsstnMay24

r' City CeCt.1r'XC and ilia III rpc3ive for his services!.. Jit' per to the owner or owners of the pro : repealed. 1831M .

,, T uedersinnnl" i. ii,., reedy tfl ree.iveI C,,,'. on all monies.. collpptpd\ by him. perty sold, and on failing to comply u ith I JOHN JHRRl:,;ON, ,I : eRn'l'l.n: Secrctar)'.

I tie Clrv TVXK1. impend 01 t'llliutMaml '1 SEC. 9. Be further Or lot'if I, '1'hatthe the p-oviaion. of this section, the AJCiion. President Board .YUcmcnPi93ED Hr..IJ'"TIto.y: : 2filh, 1KJ4 I

L1t4, Sltfet. Hurawi. Ctrritfjs. ilea, Tax elector, shill comntnce: tin! c)114'- ear 110 fading s'lallfoifcit and, pay: for the April 14, ISJI. C. .. \'ASS, )fa'fIf.
All ptr* ,*Irtyinihe erne IInll' before the I+' lion of TIXIM due the the tint :M CRLPPER: Secretar)'. coniilcrcd and passed by the 1
d ijr ef Jl IT ""Ml will b<. How xl a ''li''':,jinl 01'5 / City on: div use the City, tl\J! sum of twenty dollar for repui.
tircent.( a.1 all T. -e ,.m".inc uupuJ trop \prllinevhandevry: year, ant it shill each a IJ every oTence, to be recovered before APPIOVLDpnl 15th, lH.il. tile I1I:1JnriIY: June 7th. IR31. '
ail after the lit dot \twt net. will bedititmed b.t his duty to call once at leads: at the rest. thllhyor.: _C. E\AN, \Ia 'or. JOHN JFRRISON: T
i' for !aceiniiiif In law deiceofeiPh! : tixibli!! p rsoi: and also to SEC. II). BeitfitrtVr 0-lainfd, That JAN TR1)I\\4\Ui l :''' -- I President of the Bonnl of Alderman .

( F T COUWf TitC,ll t .r.AT give p I'ie: n'Jlicp.l1ni4 bring ready: to re- it shall be the duty of the City Treasurerto :M ( Rl PPER: Sccrciirv(\ t

cats Aprd21, II. 2 V ,. 7 ceite tile arcs, aid ill persons: who shall! keep regular 00>' SEC. 1. lie .dmntb'y the .
'' -- pa; the'! : 11m' 01 or before the first day: of eaters a correct IIl.'rOtnt, of all monies, re I I Iech'e.1 t it nr .Voyor'atd County Court at ( hamberg, \
th'
.I''rrvu'it 1 ( City of
Jal'J of J
J. NOr1CfJ. \II iy, shill be illowel\ a discountotjire: per or paid by him on account of the | '
shall be l lau fug 1 for .7wrr/2J\ 1834.
i the next term of the Ilinnnrabte! the "en', nn 1 it shill: be his duty at the e i,f ofl Coporation. an I it shall be his duty to lay I Pimacola, That n not J JOIIDi
Jlk Cevnif C 1'1101 Etsum. County to bit each m inth to pay to the Treasurer: before the Board' : of Aldermen a monthly the 0'\ ncr or driver of a Ur1Y. to charge HI t J) Ih.t Jon Jrse....." Fiuei, ( .
h* d at the City of P.inM.:oU, on ihs first >I >n. m >n:ts tha1 h" mtv have collected! I statement: ofhn rl'ceipt.and di..burlir.menl I mOre than (twenty fee cents per load, for und< llisjtviit D. WRICHT, < f

diyfOrtoVrtwii. I . 'it'. :SE.;. H U. it f'rt\ 'r Oriiinei, That: also to furnish quarterly! a detailed accountof the transportation: of :any !goods: wnrcsmcrcanalzc I tied. ,m JIH>MCI>,' [,iolr'lIl.' end IIHOTHI 'IwitCHKLL -
Mini' of si a ".11" ante ". tie AI l nmiitrilrit itSVWlTKLrl or o::'icr oracles within the : h>.trH Fi'nilTII ami JUHK llrsr, ol tie,
after the first di ty of V'iust, th'! Collator all monies: receive or paid by him, set
,M OVf.ltrJ1.de"14"d. ail mvI inhabited. pans! of the (:ity. I ISr.I. HI '"1111 I I),nine! be and tie fame ire hereby .-
1, to be fiuartf+ohered.y <|. shill be a illumed to distrun for :ill Taxes I thug) forth the nameof I time parsons from j .'. 2.J..' it JilrHI'I' nnliuid That iti I i uiut'H t omm "inner* School Lnodt'foe tbo
I"RfJltF. tANV OVCRT. tvilch sMllrpiniin. unpAid at thil tints ; and whom received an t to whom paid, and on shall ov\iurordn\cr {;ixinty of ccunibu: :
!1 A bnims'rorit. n he f. li ti diiitnin ns provided for he what ncco jnt, ail 1 it shall further be his! be incumbent on the I I mWn L. DRAKIl ;:
,i April A No A shill I b,. sable to pay the :imitint not col- ditty, to keep! his office open from 9 to IJ:: | of :i Dray, when rl'lilll'sti'd in transport' naygoads ..hulK"NO'l'JC ,
: mcnhaili other! article,
: ware : e rr !
- -- lc"te: I, except in cause! where no property o'clock A M each day for ten days in sue- i -
cut'h-- (nnJ. and all HjdntrameJ usually: transported ml Iiays: tll perform :
For
Setter properly : cession, from ;.ho beginning of each quarter E.
sha I o o "e -1 I l.1t (p'ibliu j-tun: as h':ein- for the purpose of giving an opportu I the same forthwith, unless previously engaged I
Pr 'p'rietere of the CUVIJLCS : or without some other reasonable: 'l\ weeks from the: date hereof, I shrill
THE after .
I EVE INU PiKP oTtr their provided.Sg nity to all person: who arc required by this i I e\in vto 'jc jd'd: ofb the ''a\r. |I O apply to the Honorable' the Judge of
11. n i'! V'Vr lili'l That :
Ordinance obtain License
) to a but this U
tabHihmiU for sal.Fu onilcmanpiNMminnniiinillPapUnl the County Court of Kscambift forLcoucr.
a .
o..laioed That all County,
Sec 3 Dt ii further ,
I the Co:lector shall: firs distrain! ponilproperty1 noit9bko construe as to him I
exempt
th1 p apse could \ Drava: shill be: numbered on one of thn) of Administration on the estate flf
liu'tc'\\ full If \\\VIS from his
,
net otTiCe when his duties
\ : beUij a: : require .
I be m idf very uroihsblc It UM 'a circal- !shi'l' nix dlstriivd an Uaitlyr: *'aI! f>statewhUhshill It to be onSc : shafts. in a conspicuous! manner, and the A. B ALLEN: dcecihcdROBERT. -
:t lion rising nil pipcrn' with a rra-.ma'>lf" sa: ;i number shall be icppci'ed; in the li. ; MITCHELI
J hrentedo-his" 1 to the per' ,. 21. n' i: ftrtr O-lai'el, Thai'
lib,.. of dfertmlBf pstr.nagP. FonoiuWMhingti .son .i ho will ad >.an"! <* the: Fax nil cuts if any perso nquired by tins Ordinance' to :.en'i" "'':'fT ac'i o'+ nOr of :a Dray i is, refim : .Pcnsicolo, June, ISM 6 >*o. 13
purchne wag: br co;rsctiy m- cd to obtain from the ofihrV -- - -- /
Secretary
thcr'oifo-th'Vivteutini: bit if the property obtain! a Liccnsn, shall pursic his hT or
firm da4toihcf'jicrtnH of the oih-e/ byapplying dis'riinel wit 1 I for their a-1 if A''.It nrca \\'W Post Office.
so !wt rent or case: avocation without hiving first obtainel : ,
pernnVly: or by letter, directedto .',.:c. t. He it fuffi,'i' orJamel. That fore*
ono year W: tie! amiuit due as aforesaid!: !such Lie nse. or if any Retailer or Vend pOST Of'I-WK han been established
eithm-of proprietors then it shill! he sill to the h'g\,1t bidder !!r of Goods, Wares: or )rchnn

  • NOKKIS( & GlT3INLIER.Charleston : ,
    louqoma sections of this ordinance, the
    ;an I if after Jelictin the ful or'f* ;
    thaoterplus any, ? : to !gveintotheTreasiarrrthe and for
    5Encambia I paper| person residing i on this Isl-
    May Tax in l ;'o its, shall .)- pill, to the owner am ojrit of their stock in trade, or shall! : render owner.of the Dray shell forfeit and pay I and< at Caps Florida, Ka 'ti-Bi> NewRner
    -- --- -- {
    ----- forth of the citv, the of fine doila I ) .cayno,
    ora'u Ifk1l1WI1. if not it chill bi pat to a: frau Intent account thereof, he, she: I ass sum \IIca" board '
    > County Court ) 1 : to be n rQ\t'f'd'MI'1'' the Major. : Key on the light ship
    lie oy order of the U ml of Aldermen: until or thy..o! o Toiling; shall forfeit nnl pi\ Honda, or on board anof the wrecking
    .' April Term; 1831. 5 applip I for hv the owner: or his or her: agent do idle the amount of their License for eachof'nc Src 3. Iit Jut'thn' drelaitvd'l'hal \ I',, d.., exieiiting: the 1'i/irro will reach
    I'lovilfi Aoir-rffr 'rh'tVh itsha'ISp be thcowiurof each: and rtcrj Dra\ within'h ,
    recovered
    I : n to before the Mayorfor Ihiirintuidid
    ORDERED that Jom 8. Moose Jam A. I limits ol the shall he liable for all' destination most readily i if
    nti to iMl reel! ctta'e: inch' the me of the City city :
    cc..ry i mailed
    Ii .d Cttttr< |. B"'0'. I IM mlh 1 I for this om..I', t
    an htrtbv app nstaq J Ru Ca Benin' 'aa'. pin thereof oily shall! bo sold where a division Src 21. B' it further Orlnnfl That Jarraa2: "11 or j nlIIril'K, dUIII to !goods, wares, I II. h. UA'llRIIOlSE.: P. M
    e the tired Mtjar lucim-Na River sot JonI can ba ma le, as may be necessary to all O-dimness! parts. of Ordinances. for ) merchandise or other aauclcH! through! the I Indian tie Florida '
    ( ) 15 1834I .
    I O ii..., lies W. Euun eel JniifB PORr PlY the! Tn a1\1 carts: attprovJ"! also, raising' : Revenue for the City of Pciweo-1 I carelcssnos! nej: :uirce ol their drh er .1 j jto __ ) : May, ;

    .. t"E." .se' nd of Mid RIT ', aid tint hat .wicntissnupi-S't'ishillo! vn more In, be! :ailthe sannare hereby repealed be recovered In-any court hating: 'i they mats a report of the u".,.." incurred, II than! 013 estate or Lot, thj whale a-mjnt of Protil'l That: nothing in this O-'iinance: : lictien.Sc. itlorney and
    4 the,nut April Term of thw. C..-tAtra Pit ailconsdu" fron such: parson( shill shill be so construed, as to prevent: the col- ( f fi. lit further a.r'inind, That nil i lburselloratLaw, will hertiifur practice.mill <<

    e py SI. t'JPPEH.! CU-k. if practicable: bj: raivd! (ro11'the sale of on" le tion of the Taxes assessed for the I ordinances- regulating drays, Ill'l and the I County of Fftainbm: only, except
    Nay I7 :.k it. 10 present w hi'n ale evilly 1 r'inpld)'i'd to attend the Su
    1 of tie estates' or Lots! : an I aP,<) further year.Sec. sane arc hereby repealed, and that th:s or-
    :- Havana'" Suar -- --- jrtriht. Th whenever Slaves !snill'belistransd. 22 Be it further Outlined, That Jinaic *:'i.Jl Lc in torn. from and after its. : COI"I perm i>four f \ppeils! of \Vulton County or the

    they shall not bscol'lf they'' cmb : this. Ordinance: :shall! be in force from and publication; :
    Q n ooa white. end< rot butM bro..1I. i' Jane: 7, 11'1:11.: No. 13
    JERRI":
    hired JOHN( '
    l for the Tax and costs for any term after its publication. \ ,
    g U "11.UG \Ri. of .peri. -
    ( *atitytrae -
    | not exceo dm% o.10 JOSEPH SIERRA. President of the Board of Aldirmcn '
    t ." per.ekr. Billinf. aad for cite Sr yearS I -.An \\\\\'eu\\ee
    F ALt) 4 A.1.. JACKICIV. ,:i.. \\Z'Rf it Jrt\ OrJati'l That President:: prJII'moflhe Boirdof Aldermen.! r"fSEDIay: : 21h. IH1IM !: i
    .April & N. 4, on !selling' property; the Collector shall adprtue PASSED, May 19. lTMM ,Wi''ijt' Scrc'arv. \"'t'AM'Flatthipflee:) 4)oungnian
    tht distress once a wee'; for CrttJPPKR: preAV :\-v. \rr-r.l'I1I.D "lay 21( th. I 18:!J4C I from the coi:nti)' would! be prc >rred.
    e<< AN OltOINANGE-- ___ .: sae 2Ni .
    oirwenki of in lV.t: : Ia't.r.
    I previous: to the day sale .. _
    To WW! a Revenue for the City of Pan mi na newspaper uublishad in the City. but ORDLVANGB( ;:, A\ OUDIN'AiNCi' :: u : :- -- -
    "" ;
    IINmI if no paper: be p bli.theJ. then by pitting. To regulve the Market in Pen" colil. i i iSES i u'I' trF:
    I Sad; J.'HJ i' ad..i'I' b/ tee ..Ifiyorani upa1\crtisciin: :.s at three or more coispiuo 1. 0" it Qritl by 1/& Bta'd of, To amend an O-rlin'mr. entitled! an Or rrillF' C. tnpulip: : of NORTHROP &
    ,., "r.4111"rl7l"n of the C '11)PII'/ 'as ph '!.i therein Miewnofthe City of Petiaeota. That. d:nance for the recitation rind potim- {I" TI: CKY: l i. tl.i. Jay HiMoUed "by mutual

    a fa, That )h\ the month oflinn' try 11\ each Sea 13. 8J it ft>.!\er Oi-iitn, Tint: the market shall be held at the Market mpnt! of the City ot Pen.atola.:' Apr roved I jc .I'M".t.. All 1'.0'" hIIy.ar: riaiait. will ..Ie..>

    I year the C j n.miii.in TH nh ill I be app ,jntI he o w,,.:n of real estate or :SI: ivs' has hir- II Jtwe and no where else in the City, and June bib 18SLC ,-. | wi'I! r' B' them.. and bob indebted to the rourcrn.
    ,
    !; :wed uly.lt shift bo to n'reive lint pJ If if ; I. J5t i Oi"la:ned hy th" V/rjor more mediate (>t,iwcnl to D. A. Nor.I
    4 w a teal! or uJ! shall: hive a right to re any person shill: sell before eight o'clock hi will
    'Board jlhnl. e ) tuiitma: lbs baiiaen on bit own
    a .I.'JC'I'mt'/lfc! |
    offaxaMe properly of every
    front e1Ch lint every inbibitai', ail to aiH imofsrhhire, lens or sale, by rcpiy- &111 the jjl of September, or before nine 'That thc City! Hell shall be runs atnineoclotk j i HUH) A. NORTHROP.

    a "M the value ofjt u etta'e w ithi,i tti3 limiM nth! :vnmt of the Tax ail COIN and o'clock in the morning during the! remainder P M I. from the 1\I'Cnl\"lirot! ', WILLIAM S. PERRY +

    of tt! f CdrpurMion.: : who: shVI! b"! entitled to fifty pu ce thereon, ail pjii: !f for all i of the year Butchers Meat, Fish Of day ofMrrehualtlctuettyiirstdray; : : t: ; I : of _td ___ _, IVe.t _3t
    ten dollars; r i '!li as a c'J.npemrj: )i fir their I im >rovr:n"nts which: may: have\ been male other articles iujjlly sold at mark, in S'ptenbtr, unlat tight clock J'. )1.I from I..A.r"I

    1I.rvire., r on mid real' estate I any o:hipin( ) of the City than: at the thetwcn'y-sccond! day' of September until I t\\\\e.: VWtWTS,

    'SBC. ?: BHf trth.r O'JttTt, That it Ssc 11. Brit ",,..t.r Ortzwt That Hike: n):jw. they shall PlY for every of the twentieth/ diy of Larch in cash on. A PT lurebj notified that the nccetMrjr a,.
    I
    full tw tht duty of the Sacretdrv of theo for eolinq! pro;>t'rty. the Collector( shill be ene. nie of two dollars, every year. 1 1ft iKKf. medians now mad for CROSSING
    nrd ttf Atdrrman to furnish the Co n.mill.ione" allied: .oiVsamife3sai are a'lowel! by j' SjJ 2. Bi it further OrlaimJ, This: Stc a: 77r i.r"rt..r riled, That: all U .VI-1 L>; tt t .lorida The put of hnugt t.

    ",sow,,a* .pOMibl* with the the Li.v. of ti" ferritory to other ofiseri: the Stalls the Nsw Mirkt Hone IIh"II ll\ retailers Spirituous Vinl)"" l>! imr"s 11.I teats per t'.d
    o."i'tment roLLs qf the proceeding year, an i for, services. and for \\tint\ ant ac- bfI"JU..1J realer the supjrmtend'nee of the shall close their d wars w i uin fifteen minute |I \ SAMUEL. KEYSER.

    al.i with' 'blank rolls. for entering the: folloiu I nwla 'ljn: a D eJ, the sum of two dollirs Mi/or. 111- +s:11: mariner, for"uh price and alter. the rinsing! of the bell at night and I I .--\\hy-=--5- -. tf H o.1t
    I items of I "C" r)' person o'1P11\\tI/r I! / herein shall l | t>e tin --
    !? property,- nil I fifty emote I for sash< length of time as may seem to him -
    tloueea.\ and. Lots. .' I '.:', 15 Be it fur'her O/-JnieJ, ThitTiPisurpr m net consistent with the interest of the i bi!repoMyred in B sum rt+it eueedmg I htc dollar! tote i I Uuvaua Segara. ,

    $11tes'! shall be appointed annuilly, City : provided thno lease shall be for a before the 'IIJ'nr. I IlsTrrcmed by the tubue;ibera. a few.
    i Tonr whScl pViro: : T"'rrut wilo prev .)\n to entering upon: his dutiet i ish I grater !length of time ttm ono year, nor I II Siv 3. fie it turthir Ordained, That it J uwnlfi l nuthty HAVANA 8EOAR3.
    Tw( wheel pili .U'I' C'irnaeiDearboriiii I all h\, :an fl1tl faithfully! to discharge: ,I sh ill mire than two stalls be rented to one s'ml \be the, duty of the City Marshal and tIn htlfnod quarter boiea.

    the liS n i, "a i ) shall give Bond with two so- individual- : j such assist rots M may be employed fur the I I ALDEN: A. H. JAOKSOS.I ,

    Nona ssn l Mules.l ('uritlo* in the sum of two thousand dollars, i I Sec 3. Be it j'.J/\er/ OrltiifJ, That ill I purpose, lopi/rofthe streets fifteen inmu'cs I I -1\r.rt'h I 12:

    Ii l :$sc.3. Be ft coin\' Q'linil, That the payable'>> to the City of Pdntacola, and to be shill be the duty of every pasta who m ,y' after the ringing of the Bell and all i ---

    t i fI..lIf )'r olio!(r ajnee on the first day approve 1 by the Board of Aldnmsa: con i purchase a Stall, tociussitto be washed, : slates above the age of len years found going I: Coffee\ ,

    of.J* 'ijry, a"""}) all property shall b) aintWJln iuond for the faithful performance of t",1 I eve;y dif before t!n o'clock ;and kept clean: at large during the night, without apiss i g.\'K ofDett Havana GREEN
    i e n\'n of th i holding' dut' him j 1 in order all or a hat horn with a light: hi IL Iroin 1aQJ'; ...
    piwon e* ai..in,1 an h9 sh ill b) entitled: an at times. and every person j ju.l Laded (rim chr. Jiillia! <>
    J the MTjfcoi- the Bret dy F,ib.-uiry in each to a com nission! of ire per ci if. 01: all m>-I I'I win shill neglect t wash} and keep clean t I his her or their owner or owner or tin I''I fvrwsleby ALUtM A. N. JACKSON.VaTnlng" .

    I yi: t ail It iHitl baths duty of the Cjn- nice receive by him which shall b) in full hit or her Still an ke-p the! lam in good I' plo\er, shall confined until morning. April:> _Ne._ _/ _
    In'...loi ,M )ppfntd.( i aforesaid to cat for his .emce I ordjr, shill! for : '.ncepiv a Ihj: not'I' when they shall be taken before the :Maorand j,i _

    pleie ft*HVU "met,11J mills return thero- Sea 13 0., it /*,' \,,. OrJiwi, Thatit exceeliof three dollars.\ Every Batcher: t sentenced to recrite not exc'> 'diiir{ ten'I'. \

    oft o the hard of Adermtui| on .or befors shall b" inc t'noent on all persons or Fisherman. or other Vender as afore-I lat es. or hall be discharged according to'tht' f 5HF: proprietor, of the OAKS, ....nil I. from

    the brat div of M trek eniulnc' in it the fillovrimarocation, *, to pay P'UU-I sail, hirinxcornip'el! mH or fish pouJ.j' circumstances of the ease.JOSEPH I I U PeaMcola. (ivci notice, tint lU ngoun.fIke
    .
    ,SiJ, ... fi4Hfrtk'rQfai4, Tajtoi: : Treasurer per eun J& for. Lic lade try or wild Tiwl in: hit, her or their 1.I:1.: : SIFHRA: I law a ill b> !.need tunit UIOM who" here'pr.mLe.
    armrnofthaawejunmt, it tWl! b3 the lu'il1l sums. but Licensee may be i shill forfeit anl PlY for every such oTencea President pro tern of the Board' of\Uernien afar commit any Jepirdalioin co fcM .,

    dittorih4Sirctiryt) mik up the Tat quarterly.or aeml. -annually: at the sin? sum not exceeding Ate dillars. PASSED, May 19th, 1814M cult, b tutustlimbvr.rotberwi." ..

    rUr'thH; )!leeLo'. by adllnj to each.i I- rate. I I S.:. 4. Bf it f,tr"e, Oed rice I That every CRIPPEH S-cretar. I IAPPHOVED Mar__ _10____. __ No.9
    ten of T-muoi,. Ibo fUo\ .fii( rates. .- T\keep a Dilliard Ty 1 s, Thirty dolli'sTJ ,, person guilty otenjrossing, shall forfeit I Mdy2Ah. 1831! t :L _-
    .0 1 all'; CI >UiMa'tl Ln. witVi-i th? lill"ttorth k.'e.tarn Billiard Table at tin: Bans aid ply for each fence; the um of five C E\ .\\N. Mayor i Wipe IloasUead Stoves. '

    I I Corporation twenty fin canU o.\ pl & 'i.. Fifty\ dolla-s dollars j endowing hall bn deemed to| AiN UUU1DAM} C I ,.,ANTE%) 200.000 of P.t., tad 100.000( t

    .'c1)1,> hatlrftj dollar' of I':., value T. knaa a Bar in such establishment conetstInbuyingupagreater quantity' of To regulate Bakers. and the issue of I T 1lottbtadtthit. Oak STAVES. Apply .
    thereof Filter' dollar. Bread I 10 JAKSON
    vegetables, fowls or other markrtable arti- : SEC. 1 Be it Ofdaiiird by tht ..ilayor'f March 19IENSACOL. ALDF.N A. U


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