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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: August 2, 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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mi nin, because I am-unu Hlmg a"should ob- judges<< for ;n ;nc other are created Ij t the\ eh):, Destroy'Nsu- rights-and State ',.otr America ma' tVn --f"f""flluCfG, 1'1.11'0

PK.VSACOL.1, tun, that I have door an sit to fin the I compact 11 c.c Courts ate. bot> e' i r, liniitH I 1't4 sniy, und ot: the saute altar rf rxctutitrpsiionagr much of the public lands of the lnutid

; tl\.line of patty t'\iitt lent and part in their ivri-diction in ='tollt.t\'rr I'tt ihrrrnill onl> exhibited the States in the Territory of Arkansas at Itoeast
.531r. 1u 7zf'.. i3UI3vExQ..' -: ion, No oat: cutittrpiivcntc more than I du 1 1th M w vin I I"o ,>r more States," **k c"ISOH in I slim Ling/ ev1ie<< of the iinmolstinn of the of line 'flaUl'lt I nchg on the southern
,it firnd like spirit o>f parties: hit-It uoidiou I law: or e gvity." The Courts of llif I'musJ! rights/: of the people and liberty of the 'on- boundety tlf the tertiary uhrre it h inter-

y I'm"* the P/orMi" "lj Lind it.. way in to our ocml rtl \ItQU States can hive no jurisdiction in ,.>hiknlqucsin $I1IUt,,,,,, Then indeed will the patriot's ",'rtdb)' the dividing line Ntwern ranges
TO THE PEOPLE OF rLOIUDV nnd then I'IOMMIS :uiii brl'akI"me of tin n", pr jurstiorw, Involving v trrt-i n- bOM bo chilled, and hits hopes of freedom flee and six, west of the meridian' thence

l'dl: /t.Citittn,. II luppttv-l lien of friiMiJ.hip( and society. 1Thr}', howler, have parinimnt to man wither. And then, indeed w nh aid range/ line to the dividing line Pstwtra -
'The attitude in which I am placid- Who iiinut look h.u'k after the poliitnl rt!diction of all judicial question! ftrixina will the patriot invoke In ,Miln the Minted << township ttnn .
wards the voters of the Territory b\ the t norm is "vrr-Iht whirlwind of passion: under the compact. Hrncc no) Rrat' "o,eminent Apotitlcs I.iN'tty, to speak from tht builrinrnls thence rani with Mid dim sling line between

announcement of my name .is a c,m-iiJ ite has jwsm'd-and pen me the wimcn-c ran thwart the operation of jaw' of of llcaten, the safety nnd per ranges nix und set rnv cast; thence nortli
tor Delegate to Congress at the next eke. caste of those friendly relations! which r\- the t'nitrd StDtes. TlI.ulbe Cot is of the (>ttrtuitvof libertj'. Me are taught from with Mid tin Idlng line to the northern
and I obhga I under all. : 'riMicH, and' throt:ch nil nprs! that hwndiry of the Territory of ArLanims.
tioa, creates cor-rclative: right lilt in rm cry good and MII regulated wucic- rul, tions between them und m>*elf.I While t l\ 1 lion many inlhusiasttc ac'urs in a pact: mforco all cases merely ]\ 0'i)jai. Although power i is dMisrrrons l i the Puhtii of the pr.-> shall form a new' hand; district I ol be callediha
they hate, by reason of my preset relation \ heated political vinvcglc home star afterwards the several States hero Hra,.tvd pit, and tint they nh.\>ld alw ay s be.v.ntrh- M'CIIIlIil'pi] land district and for the
to them, tM most tint,uestionahlet I to mourn Over the lp,>j4itioii, which to the Fptler.il iruve rnmcnt, the n"st material ful amid Ji'iilous of it. >\r are not w tthottt uleofthe public hunts within the district
right inquire freely Into my claim to the their o\m fflliclI: hat t'rcat<'>17 I attributes of sovereignty, vita a m tewto ample authority from the ancient republicsto aforesaid, thrre shall l !l be a land ofiirc fs-
t t office for which I am a candidate ; and, alto In Florida \\c hate now one common their common Mrrnpth and oifdy, yc teach t "hothat tlir States afford most happy Ublmhed! the town of Helena In thr County -

toe,ercise this right, whether with a 1 paramount object| ok nitrrtt, and ;[hat I is tile State retains rights and omt.ient>., ,,1"11'1.,. In supporting| | and rrrpHuathig fnedoni of I'Mllipm, the Territory aforesaid.
view to ascertain my pci>_nal quahf ear improM'mrnt and adtaneemetttui our coin- The Federal (rt>\'eminent hastio ,.' owrr to lion Mist already 1* thelnrli rncr of Nrc. tf Amlfifrtftnihtr ,"(leii'd, 1'ha&

(ions, or with ihe stir teFt mruiim' to decide 111I"l1l'lIuotry. On t'lii !uhjctt, \\'e all ought make war on a State though she! ran, tin ''XM.utne(a patronage: in the Federal got ern- there shall be a rrjfisti and receiver sp-

oa tho orthodoxy! of mj political 1 prut to If uiuti vl\. C:in tl< IP l t..> /t more propitious rVr the compact, enforce her IA., Ton. niiut Dm look through the vista of a few. painted to said oilier 10 superintend the
.i eiplesj I am bound to answer all such <'nauines j>uiod t,> IIJ\ urtrt the 1 lest: inlcrrsn' flirts may arise between the sovereigntyof years when tho objects of exmithc<< paironaee !i sale of the public land in raid dish Ict, who
made properly, and to acquiesce in of the territory than I tin prl'4'lIll The national one State and /IO\'erelanty ctbe nih- \\ 1111)Ii' multiplied without bounds shall reside, at HIP tow n of Hi lena aforesaid,

the decision of the people Their will of \ dilrfptd: & in! om flowing In usury. rr States, ot between serer onl J the o h-, and t'oe the millions of dollar disbursed as r.u' "((1Irl'ill he KOinernannt and sums,

r right must be the ruli of action w ith the ir Turn' I' bile the Stiten are quarrelling a fras they mnariOi(' bctw'crn t>e Federal the r-sttltofexerutieepatrona I'-who will Mid whose coniptiiHaiioii, emoluments, du
I tlonht rtsistlrs. nitluincr To doubt it, lies and authoritii'H shall, to every respect
Agents, and of course no one who is not to whit p.U'on--hiil bo made of the government and other SHM rnme 't. ur pets its .
of their wilt should wish to represent them immense lunjof the {I'liitc.! Mates, let nt pie but no conflict Mwren th-..f .("ereignties I would t>t' to dotilit the corruptibility of human be the same in relation to lamb to U- disposed -
In view of the subject, of at said vflicc, M are or may be by
Indeed, an attempt to misrepresent their. nkociriof: : our country us there can lxj no could be sustained by tfe Const I nAtllrf' mv
I 1 this istlie: great roc'k <>n which liberty l Is in law pro* Idcd in IfltKin to the registers andreceivers
than
will, would not be less a pouiK.ilfraud. on-ititiiiunal scruple ngnin- our receiving tutwn They would tae then an ether foreign '
1 thus of the public moncin the so rrul -
Hut hlln e
danger of splitting w w are
monies from the federal government for 1 powers interest! and wl'-ptTcetxtition '
It had been very fir from my purpose, the improvement of tine ti tritnr)', and DC- are causes of war, vlilclidl mM look rrguntitif Mute rights and State lIO\tn'lffn. offices tstutlishid for the kale nf the
of the to trouble to ef bv atone to t my, the Union mlllll be (If't'H'"f'Cf.\\ public l lands. t
at thii early stage canvass cu-inj; from Congn>s appropriations 10 ronstitntion! or compart- I
Although ;avoiding Sc> llo, let us not run on ('tlllr1dlfl. \- Src.: :3. Audit itfutthtr cnafttiL, Thnt
the people with any communication! fret all thn.great otiju'in improvement in force Thus if the Ft'tlrral'f'rnml'nt.. ( lands embraced wltliin the I
the dissolution ill such
various calls hate been mad.'on me the* territor)'. It II! for UII to point out to or the other Stateeshnuhl male ,war f'n II IVrist/thc thought pawed. public shall
a to give the public an exposition! of niv ;*> Con /'I'''* the objects of improHnll'nt(, and State, the rilM0\:""+l not ht' clc l\'l'd fr*n of the I'nio, and bt the arm' jmtriet created by this Mile act which the
and .irks m ale on and to lr"rrr" nrlf to exeetite the plan, without the mightyii.wns have been offered for to highest
litical creed public rem how their importance to the Static the Federal comport, hut from land oftlc..ln said
believing that: they were the mid to no more than from i"' id ofiMriMsiiynnd self nrfsrrvation. 'Iider at any Territory,
my position: yet territory expert preservation or passion, supported of
the J'rt'IIi-i
not made In obedience to the wi t-h of thft!! justice Our mns! -our roadx-our widely by force. Let not the rulhliK hand unhallowed pursuant to any proclamation*
hut to other ends. I 'h8' e nil of ttf''Irlrin. )P.IN iota toi rh the) ntugniRcent work of free lent of the nited! States, and which lands
people; answer extended ca-it! ire object onproeinen I have another obiertion to *
refrain*! from m"ikin? any reply to them : of tho' highest interest' to u", of NullificatIon that i", it mufti', that n itoin, which is! the winder and admiration remain unsold at the taking effect i>f this

but having learned from various qua tiers. /tnt claim our especial attention at this State may declare n hw 1 of the Fcrter Ito\. of'the world Beware undermining the ire, shall be sale subject the to be ttttcrrd oftlcer and'sold of the

that the report win current that I would crisis.! "1'e can rCoonlhly; and justly I a. k rrnmpnt null and vOId, and vet remain( i', tiny 'lunpleof 1.lht.rtv U private by proper the
candidate certain event: the full of all the I hn,e now my fdlow-citiznis: given jthcf hereby created, in same mann'r.snd ,
contiuae
not a : from the general g'>\frmnpnt large appropriations the I'nion, IQ enjoyment; the terms and like
and having understood, too, that in severaliii for the improvement and pro- prlilexes Incident 1\pr'II'I.! l Thi seem tome you n!' Mid inctly as it w n. 1'011f'nit'nt., but subject to same land upon: would
1ta'1' the tIle vl mid
l In'1 renditions an
sketch of < ,
portions: of the territory my political pnn ti-i'tion of our <'ountr>'-In'cause of its im- to be nothing morn n+r lest than a solecism very. imxrfitl my I tame been to In be fIOitllll"trallllntl!
I dales are misunderstood, I feel these! considerations im nsp rvt..nt of CO.IM and peculiar position. in pollt.es It I Is the extreme of, that M\'reignt,!, and trdiral riplil hereinbefore subject mmtionid, had they
sufficient to justify a departure Tit the general; government it must be a latitudinarian principle' of conrfruction tniKt, that tin'y,may not be bjutionfthlcto uffiees
.
attached the
from my proposed course of silence fur ewintrvnf great interest Whether con- which the friends of State Rights and Rr the iniiHt of j'on, but I eannut flatter myM rrmnlned to fih came.Artituvto
2 1831.
months to come and. now to addnthe ..idc'rcni in reltrcncc to commerce, or to a publicans rVpnratP! most, Let in make ... that' they v ill .lie unexceptionable: to June ,

people. Though I have been a rest,lent of sate of war, its position makes it extreme- the application of the principle to illustrate nil > ounircei\c, thnt although! I am a : PrwieNo. 871
and
State (
'the territory from an early period, it h,u Iv important to the United State. So far it Smith Carolina: considered the prifTuncnnMitiitional : (ItcidisJbeliMrr) III State rights : tho ISccrefiry of
not been my good fortune to know personally : : tScri his beer m inifivt(' by Congress: a oppressive and unequal in :<0\ercig nt>'-j et I Iltn most warmly dc- AN ACT establish nulhoriing In the
from a
War to pension agency
tottdto the I nion If
various respectable portions of my f'-l favorable feeling towards our country! And its op eras ion. It purports tribe for rrvemir expirwions of IVfNiur in the Slate of Alabamn -
low.citizen*, and thus the greater ,jifxii i- tlirrr can be but little doubt that continued Now all the other SIMPS may a mitt. not i the pe
ty for my present determination! to address efihrts mint secure appropriations equal with the: same justice and let It be Mmit- frfmnir hirenfiir/ I ; in Raid own pal of Dcealur. -
them. It is true, I iirrvcd<< the territory ouc to fur iitiiiist wi hrl. I have made a diS'pssion ted, too, that the infraction.the Con'tlstrtutlon In conclusion! my fillou-ciilzons/ : (ruiin pt'II'olJ'r'

iii .e.ssioii in the Legislative! 'Council, but con : It is quite tim for me to Speak may not be palpable Mill the. him: r hu laurels in therowtcilsofmycountry to present.my claims/ on-, i intliergtiiiiMl Be.it fnoftrd by tAt Senate tinued ill-health rendC'i'Cmv best intentions to the objects of this communication. may, by the samo rule of construction ) : the United fttatti of
arU I had tho mortification the hat I of Hint their or on the fields of bittls: I can only say of I Hrp rtirntalitivt of
unavailing ; First, with regard: to rumour, consider all laws revenue to csnnUlaie totoft.c iwrnca inOnnrrrm amrmblfd. That the
with thfo It.mnn, WM a
that session expire without my will decline being a candidate certain own respective interests, Wb* unconMltatH -
to see .... the (: Is'fote the people, in the tine of the x'eatery of War be, and he hereby, sothorucd -
bu> able to cive my n't :rtlra in vest vents. became % can'lOtppAt with >nnL Then tt-A ,Feder. t nvennnent
\. 4 H(.nan Republlr, when it was iu important objects of public intend, and belief that It would add to ihe political excitement might in a short time be without rc\cnue
of
,,1.0"11.I\ the with Decatur in the State Alabama for thepaymentofpenskmnersuf
4 thus my fond hopesacre disappointed in and dnhioa 1 of the country. I and thus the wheels of government would who nobility thin the United, States
I had fla rrcd the producing be clogged and finally arrested Is it conceivable haughtiness! contempt- wan ,
would
serving the territory as my.-I not be willing cause I Madison
of Jackson
? in the counties
Rnnuui? who \\ 1hi father who lilt resident -
however Is that I and excitement in the that true principles could leadto
commotion
elf My consolation, artery any
; what had he done ? : Limestone Lauderdale' Franklin
l'"nn"'I(11'11I11
they
or ,
I agrceahle of ? If trils be true
\ shall yet have it In.rny power to lo a Mr- politics oftht' territory Infinitely not ouch Mate things who 1..111' thtin' HP nnxestly| Lnwrmce Morgan Ulount, Jef non,
calling their atten would it bp tu feelings u>pouron how imperfect and frail our Federal system -
vice to the people by my and
(rHullc, fur WAlker Faye tee, Marion : Prcrvted
flint jut vis people- rrPJiI'd'j ,
tioa at no distant day to these several olleeta (> the troubled wa'cw of politics/ the oil el I The truth k that the Federal system |
I the stat/ h-limcnt of such
pie-and asked the m (the people/ ') hat c ageftt'l cane
of general intercut reconciliation and petce: I h'Ive'/I.ald, .that is so arranged, that of all its components -
;of hill chime- dad riot for lIt: diode of hi1futhi > made without any charge to the United,
-.i that it is not impropt'Hlr me on I' although it was my firm belief at the time, parts, or spheres, move in their respectlve 'onllcsinns-but for his own +Iatt'l.Hr.c.'.
this occasion to allude to the party politics, and his continued since my name was presented orbits, and the derangement of any, r or humble perfonnlclaims foi 2 And br itfurthtr rottfd That
es fill they ,
were
distracted the for such candidate, there was a decided must affect harmony thenystrm. and]
willed had territory ; as a
,
of the be and hexirrby
the good of the Bein blic, The success! cithisKomon he Secretary Treasury ,
a length of time.. It lit not for me to condemn feeling among the people favoring the step, eventually destroy those! checks nnd balM-. showed tint the people everal K authorl d to make the necesaay *
or here were yet i if public appeirancps show it to be a ces which sustain it. How' can it he lmaginrd. ,
the branch of the
honorable that rally n e. would judge for them arruicemcnts with
minded and I would willingly re that nattrally out 01( 1
mistaken conclusion a power grow.
doubtless high pa- ,
establishedn
of tie State of Alabama
the bank
selmrs. S, lit u U th.utgb: all time in ,
triotic men of all parties. My object I* tire. So much I have siid in reference to a system, the inevitable tendency of which fri :11lrD. i the said town of Decatur, far the payment -
land of
the Had I received from various Is to destroy that Rut it i I- I
lardy to bring the public attention to declining not finally system. of the hereinbefore de-
fc low
Your tate of parties: at the time I became a can- parts of he territory what I regarded Mid that the State has the advantage ofnullifying \ B. NUTTALL. cribed.

didate, and not without the hope that the as proper encouragements, my name would a law and remaining in the V- SEC. 8. Amtbttfurlhtr netted, That
1 J1RY
reason of the object may be understood and not have been announced I may have deceived ruon to have all the advantage of the V- May Ian, his act shall not take effect unUl the ArU
i' eustained It win: I believe the received my self. If convinced of the fact I Ion, because the Federal government cannot ---- -- day of August next.Arrttorep ,

opinion general/, after the fast canvass would cheerfully undo what has been done forsooth, make war on her, M long a' : Juno 27th 1131.Pvwjc. '
I" 4nat the territory would be permitted to repose It ha* lately ht'.n &!asserted that public sentiment she remains in the Union. How illogical 1111 i ,

.' for a time from the agitating conflicts is about taking a new direction, and must be rccollectad,that theotherstaimhaxr I ( No 2H)
ir?l e+f former partw-s. I would not be understood the incumbent (Col. white) is to be a candidate the same tight with the single State to construe IN ACT making appropriation for the

to mean that it was expected, that It is not very easy to convince"! us,i the compact, and if they should con- chit and diplomatic expenses 6f Oovem-
\ the two distinguished favorites of the people against our wish Put let mo assure you elude, that the single state had rou-constru. mcnt for the one thousand eight
-U t opponents in that C'anvasa-would ray fellow-citizens, 1 if I can, from any decided ed and violated: the compact in refusing to hundred and thirtyfour.year '

j be lost sight of.: or would not, at some subsequent intimation of the public will, discover;I obey a law of the Federal government, they AL'THORlTr.rur : Be ttenactrdby&e Stntttt and JlauitTKfrtttntalntttJito
period, be called into their service. that it U not the wish of the people I,I would doubtless quickly say to the otrend- Unit tdStttetffimrnratn

:: Predicated on asserted assurances of the should continue a candidate, I will most log State, obey the law, or depart hence. VI'rue i'virin HATF HHinr Tar .1 Conqrt "' ''''''<<1. That the
incumbent, (Col. White) the prevailing im- assuredly no longer embarrass the cam ass. or abide the cont-cquencrs But Vhat in the MUST Kih.N ul 111* 1".n.tlWl IONHlhtt. (i novUng sums be and the pine are hereby,
pressioa'was, that hft mould not be a candidate But so far, I have not perceived any Indication difficulty' remedy in CUBe the other Mates (. poropriated to be paid out deny trnap
at the next el Ction. And as a cone of the kind I roust! confess, howe so far disregard their high oblif anon* a* to In the Treasury, vftlorromprnNation -

cqijcncc of this, the idea.did obtain, that er, that this ra,ly be owing to tho peculiarstate oppress a Mingle State That State. when (Pin,. T' ". 23> iroprlited money to the President and

the I>competitor in'that canvass would not of my optics, and that there may be she has employed all n-asnoible eHbrU of AND: AT to clixuge the boundary UtwiTn Ice 1's esident- of the UnHad States, vie
'
be a candidate do not say with the sane an agreeable interposing mist, which 1 am remoll4trance-bf'ing duly nnprtcned with the toutlxuot and western und ""'secretary of State, the Secretary of the f
tlon of that gentleman. Although the! unwilling to dispeL It will however, be.' the value of the Union-can properly ray district in the Territory of Michigan, Preimury, the Secretary of War, die Bi>-
j names of ,l1eYO iijdfvtdhuls, : who have my business and ptcamrre, as noon as possible I to the other Slates, that the combat; has and for oibu butptiHS. 'retary of the Navy' and the Postmaster
been formally presented for Congres'wereannounced to sees* many of my fellowcitizensthroughout 1 been grossly violated and we will no longer lit it mirier' by the Smote and IJoum ienrrvl thousand dollars. 4
.. bed ore mine was; yet I can say the territory as lean, and when abide it The action of the Stat in this ,.Hrjirwntitirrt, ofthi United &fatroj'Amnicaih Forrlerksand sixty messengers U the flflioaf
with the greats jst sincerity, that at the time I have Ascertained their views, they win' ease would be secession It is true, that : ('M, re"* n"rmU"1'hat all l the & Trtsry of State twenty -thousand
a r rdecarmiaaLionwasformedtobeeeandidote speedily know my conclusion, lilt is to de the other States might coerce that State lire publte lands of the Tnitcd fttates within irns hundred dollars. '

}, I waS n>i t apprised.that either of those 'eltUuril] they do, however, formally but just as they might any other foreign the limits' of ib* countlM of Calhonif and for clerks, machinist. and messenger In
if it gentlemen enfold be .. candidate. I am hear from me, that such is my conclusion, power and not as aright reuniting from Bruiwh, In the Territory cf Michigan J IP Patent Office, five thousand four buo-
free however,. to confess, that after the I must pray them to take no report as au aay compact or Constitution Dot while huh are now subject> wile at the land tirt'd dellara.FotlncMenta.
name of one of those gentlemen was an- ,thority. shall certainly be governed by we consider the value .f the Union too sa= offictat Monroe, shad; from> and after thepaMuige ] and copUngtnt expenses of -

nauneed ray determination was not a little what 1 conceive to be their wish, as it is a cred to be calculated, but in circumstance of his act, bud off\00 and from he of Stale hneludht the ex-
.ba ... dot the various views and reasons part of my doctrine to be be always at the of the greatest extremity, M tu not lore it part of, the writrm land district in said 1 tense Department of and dlstrftmtlng the

which jrnxiacadinme the conclusion to service of my fcllow-citUcns. 11a\ of the rights of the but and their Territory and all that ran of said Tcrri- awl and frhearrying loto effect tbe,resoiitions -

permit my_name to be'presented at the The next subject i am to consider I li the sovereignty, and nt forget that. protect tot)' lying rust cfjhe aforesaid cotintim,, of the Henate of the assent 'sUa of'rbruary.
timeltw-M, shall refrain from explaining charge, that I am opposed to the Union.T- the oae is to preserve the otbet'' A. Ieon- uaaMMirhnf the base line and west of the rigtilcea hundred and tWrty-

Insufficient for me to aver that I did Since mv infancy, I have been taught to eeive, the dtrision! territory of thtewidej pMl... meridian, end also all the country brie end thirty-flrrtof Mareh, tighleeaunJrrd
know of aq good reason-either public regard the Union of these United States as \ extended eouatry,. into separate and distract eat of the principal meridian, and and thirty-tout la eonjtmclioa win

c','vats, or personal,'which forbid Vie sVp. a more sacred fabric erected by the great omununitles.:' rti >mg Its own ,M'Vth' of the jinn between townoMps nnm- the statistical inquirie' set eel 'foot by the
J assert who the greatest confidence, that Apostles of Liberty, and consecrated with sovereignty and rllbll, which have not 1.en.1IIhl'ff and four south, except so much I tie Secretary of) Btail; Edward LMrt
daces ws no opposition presented to the their blood. Nay, my own father's, ghost been dell'gated to the General Government thereof! ss lies north of the river Huron of( ton and to re-lmbars UM eostttegeirt flied
court* from the consideration of personal 'might rise against nx were I to contemn afford the best security for the per- Laic Erie shall continue _1011 and the .um taken tkcrefrem to pw** tJ 01,
01 party obligations. I am thus particular: the mighty work in the consecration of of the t E'ble liberty ef the poo- Term a part of the .southeutrrn land din I thirty-one tkwiasd.i Inln re4&i-
in staring Ukase matters, because I have which drops of mi blood were appropriated tttity e each State are by trkt in txL Ttrruory, the'.land ctttt: for sine,

understood it has been wild that there was As nuiliftcAtiooJi the term now ems reason of.their own .tie.aI character, which U DOW located at Muaror, tat'shallU ..MAtsAti esp tt.ca
For contingent .
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tome violation of propriety in my being a plot'ed as synonymous with hostility to the wr tshful amid jcatatspf the Genera ,Got- subject to be rtaovtid from time to Llm'l fihe Patent OA A two thousand! oeetnm.id i
for me articularly trnment and thus.they..).y, having their Presidiat of Jw' I'nikd -
macUrlate, based on some supposed hwr- Union it may be expected to suuh place u Ihe and seventyIredotlarl.For .
,- yo.itapsirty.or persons! obU ltion. .Many to consider that subject nullincalion'as mrn goverumeot to direct;tbns ra the expression & !Mates may ordet.fDd db-orl. the sujxTinsrodfnj and vatcn&aa ortbe

i vsf..o and idle remarks of this characterMM it obtained in a neighbouring btatehu of opinions .f abuse and usurpation ; JNO. BELL, northeast exees ln buOdiB. |,. eight
learn, been made on the subject never received my approval.{ The asserted and in remonstrana: operate as s Jnury Sptqktr of the Unit of JttprieHtutii. handnd..ntl1 '} .

That then are those who are onpose) tony grounds of cons Iythick checks en the Riders governmentImagine 'M. VAN' Bl'REN, oraon.

being a candidate, and should attempt f't'acetulnqllon'hieh lib based, this. one coDsolldstfd: sad widely ,fX. fratdenteflkf L'nitrtf htalt and icludmg furit I .pilrtepatn *f die
reproduce causes of objection to it, is not untenable. It may be peaceful, but notneceysarily. scj araWd pulon-tluift bdnf ao aeparateeovonnitlca Prt.irJntlef Ikf SenateArraoviD nildlng, Uvroa thotuaad> thrte< .hnndredid
...tU a matter of surprise-but entirely To hi..er it must depend on -the people thus itviag no ,' 2Sth: Junr, 1t34.ANDREW fifty dollars, I" :..
natural It is however, for the people to the forbearance of the other party It cannot powe7ork4lity bulls the fonD of 4 nob- JJVC'KHOV. For cooVMif the? paAlieadoo e/ the
Jadga of thesbeaosM of objec on. If they te constitutional, because no power to' rcBonstrsu, and;act, it ftcsMsary, aaaad plaaad i""a J> &
tshoald determine that they are valid, and : was given*tnder the Constitution *a the ,'--ftJt DH'Uart 01 oPPr ,. ,Qaurpar tPrsuc. 8ta *t heel fcaac'* v lee Mat d t 4aDel
that I am la truth. w intruder," I must States to mtettb laws of the U. 8tal t dOn Ia thmQtwr.iGuvermenl, amid atwpja's ( !l. a&T ........ .ffitirta.'d !alsreh,
bow with suboiasiftft.- Having perftet I The Us. of the Varied State most be n, Yicw I oi aatloa. You AN ACT to fstabUxh an aadkiowJ land dig ytl "eighty diati'udrelt ,

eon 4eace .I'"' their! Judrment, I shall ertainlv -I euted aceordimf to the 'pgrIioae of the set As riflUs andUberty In prey .pflUeioAikanfas.tit I" rventeo b $4
bt tre4.. fwP.ol3szI
. bourd Jam of itmofttdbi th* StnaU awl /lotM ... .
a pot eompla of their verdict A* Federal compact And otJieatthe provisions pect htjnoaarcby I '
gain I aa thai par csiar in these state; ('GIU'tI'ehbe United Stswt must be the lovenuMnt- or olg Rlf'runtlJti.tJI flU .dN SJalu rtwoaeau.

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1 Tof the documentary history\ of the rev o* Virginia, military surveys; and for pri' U\\ti\o Court .. NA VY GENTS OFFICE"

lution per Ml of March lK'eoncldgl1Uen yate land claimer apd in' adjusting the ac.eoun4ofthesurreyortgenera Pe11Iarota. Jo.11 29. 1834. S
: OF THE DISTRICT OF WEST FLORIDA -
; hundred and thirty-three twenty thotuuuv. #, four thousand PROPOSALS will be received at thi8 Office IIbUl the 11th lay ol August a
f dollar; and It als4) be Ike duty of the HeIretury dollars. PENSACOLA. SEALED
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Sit/ at 13 e'dock M. for the following materials to be delivered at the Nay ,
of Stale to exaI'Jine' Fof additional clerk At Chambtrt, July 1834.
,contra* fclre In,writing an* '
entered into by :Edward Livingston, htHt'cfelary racortlmftT net lew then tort j' thousand (patents Isaac Davis > In chancery-Bill for IMary > \'aN, and to be subject to the usual inspectfon.: a.qtK.. .:.._.,.,. n'Wth. Thtca.ncu. (

t of that Department, with Mathcw :at price not excedUlg fifteen ccuU d. $ sorer. 4 Pieces Timber I 31 9 a
t : St. CWr} Clarke and Peter Forci, each, .nix thousand dollar.. Davi. ,. 31 10 I
for the collection and publication of the For compensation to six additional clerks IT appealing to the satisfaction of the 4 Do 26" .
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documentary history' of the American Rev one year, to aid in registering sales of lane I thai the Defendant! not an inhabitant 4 Do. 26 10 g
i t j olntioa, and make a pmal report thereon, and adjusting) the accounts of receieettto of this Territory, but resides in the.' .c Der. 15 8 8

e .' to the next session of Congress, setting IIrth public moneys for districts recentlyereated State of Alabama. It is ordered that the abuse lh 4 Do. ... .. .. 12 8 8
the nature and character of tho and for books and named cause be set down for hearing) Do.
( : material opening( tracts, making 8 3
I of which tin work is U .,be, composed, thprogress indexes, and brrnfing up other ar. at the next ember Term of this Court; lIu Do. > 9 4
j 1 3
and that publication be made for three 42 t Do ==
made In Ilin, work, the number 01 rears six thousand dollars
16 16 8141
mouths the Pensacola: Garcttc according 2: Do.
volume which WiJl be required to com For translations, and for expense of pass a
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15 13 71-2
'{. I pjeta it, and an estimate of the mom' ports l and sea letters, three hundred dollars. to the act of the Legislative Council in 1 Do. it 182l
t, which it may bo necessary to appropriate For stating and printing the Public accounts such cases made and provided.J. :J'l 1)0. Square, .. 10 1S 15
A. CAMERON Do. 8 Uo.
for the (ullilm lIt of the contract for the year one thousand eight ,
I For the erection of a fenceof wood ror, hundred and thirty four, one thousand live Judge D. M. F. 30U feet Flooring Plank, 16 8 I 1.4b
responding with that already enclosing hundred dollars. August 2 No. :21 Klo Do. 1Z": 11-4
l War JlMJ) Da 16 12 0)0 11-4 'j 1
and Navy buildings to complex the For compensation of superintendent and NOTICE.
.. l2: 12 2
15 Plank
enclosure of the northeast executive build. watchmen of the buildings'" occupied: by thc ,
of tmittimuji C. E- 2Z 2
r' 1 Issued
virtue
i by 10 Do. 414
log, sixteen hundred doll an.*. Treasury Department, two thousand one IN .
.. of the of Pensaeole
Mayor City
/ i For compensation of an additions! watch lundre v man of the northeast executive building For incidental and contingent have committed to prison, a NeroFellow 40 Pieces Timber, 17 9 3
of expenses supposed to be a slave, says 40 1)0. 15 9 3
three hundred dollar Mid buildings fuel labor oil
tad re l !name Is JOHN GREEN, is about 251nraohCeG 40 Do. .. .. 16 8 3
For re-imbursing the fund for the pain, five ti>usand dollar
con feet 10 Inches high, ha on atices \PI.) Do. 1' 13 8 3 ,
tin ent of the northeast executive For compensation to the clerks and
expensed messengers
shirt Russia .. 26 9 6 ti
) dheetlng pantaloons, .c DI). -
building, including fueL labor oil and In the office of the
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repairs Secretary o
light about hat .
round Jacket straw light 18 9si7 6
War 4 Do. '
,Jor so ranch paid lout of that fund for twelve thousand hundred and filly n
extra watching during, the eighteen dotlara. complexion, thin visage and has a rear on 4 Do. 2 35 9M7 6
year the under and another 26 4 3
lip being a cut on
hundred For ,, 120 Do. IS.
11 and three, three hundred contingent of the office (
I thirty expenses o [
'i the left side of the breast. Said Negro was 26 6 3
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and and Do. w
thirty seven dollars fifty cents Secretary! of War, three thousand, dollar. .
brought from New Orleans: in the schooner .. ll 4 3
,, For 25 Do.- -
For clerks bonks
compeniMtioii to the and messenQen maps, and plans for the Wa
Theodora Lentncr, who left I' 24 .
the Santiago, Capt. I Do. 6 4
in office of the Secretary of the Departmeut, thousand dollars.For .
one !
t t Treasury, sixteen thousand even hundm compensation to the clerks and mcs- there on the 17th of June lost The owner 2: Do. ; 16 5 4

Ill dollars, including one hundred and fifty sengnrs at theoltice! of the Paymaster Genera m requertrd to come forward, prove.property 8 Do. ; 16 8 5
and take him ,' .
av ay.JOHN 4 Do.- 20 8 5
+ dollars, additional compensation to the a* !, four thousand six hundreddollitrt.
tistant for For GONZALEZ, 2 Do. 15 9 6
labor.
messenger extra contingent cxptuscsof said olive
Mar..hal.
City 2 Do. s 11 9 6
For compensation to the First Comptrol three hundred dollars.
'' July 10 No. 18 .. .. .. 12 9 5 .
'u ler of tho Treasury, three thousand five For compensation to the clerks and messengers 2 Do .
hundred dollars. in the office of the Commissary: rr:;-The above Negro has since declar 4 Do 13 9 5 '
For compensation to the clerks. and messengers (;cneral Purchase, three thousand two I rei[ that he belongs to Joshua! Hailing, rcll dIng :01000, feet of Boards from 16 to 18 10 to 14 1
4 in the office of the first Comutrul hundred and fitly dollars. on Tchoupitul.is IItrt't'tln New-Orleans, 30 Square of Slate of good quality.

ler, nineteen thousand three hundred dollars For contingent expenses of said office, that he runaway on the 2Jd of September
additional compensation to the aasia- eight hundred dollars. last, and has been about! New-Orleans The first Delivery to be as follows, viz.-

tant messenger for extra labor. For compensation to the clerks in the of I since, until shipped for tins port. The 40 Piece 17 feet Ion j, 9 by 3 !
t For compensation to the second Camp. lice of the Adjutant GeneraJ) two thousand July U: J. G. 40 Do. 15 do. 9 by 3
trollcr of the rrcllIury.t&bree thousand<<
-larLI -- For contingent expenses of said office, Wettffn< District of Florida 30 Do. 26 do. 4 by 3

( For compensation to the clerks and mes. one thousand dollars Superior Court, Ehcambia County > 4 no. 31 d9. 9, by 8
I C in the.office of the second Comptroller For compensation to the clerk in the of At Chambers! 2d July, 1HH4. \ 4 Do. 28 do. 9 by 8 '
ten thousand four hundred and fifty ice of tho Quarter. Master General, two Anna Manna Michelet, wife of) 4 Do. 15 do. 8 by 8 <\
'. dollars. thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. Francisco del CasuUo, Comp'it. I In Ch3u. 1'J! Do 12 do. 8 by 8

For compensation: to the First Auditor 01 For contingent expenses of mid office, TH' I Cf'ry far The whole to delivered on or before the 81st August, 1633. .
J the Treasury, three thousand dollars six hundred dollar Francisco Castillo, Dt'ft'n'dl.Dh'oree.. BYRD C. WILLIS, Navy Agent
1 For compensation to the clerks and messengers For compensation to the clerks in the office THIS day came theCompl.unant by her XAVYAGENT'S OFFICE ) T
,t In the office of the First Auditor of the Commissary General of Subsistence Counsel .
,, and it appearing to the Court by Pensacola, July 29, 1834. J
hundred dollars, two thousand nine hundred and fit
nine
I the affidavit of homos M. Ulount Esq
For compensation to the Second Auditorof ty do larll. that the Defendant ill not an Inhabitant, of SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this; Office until the 11th day of August

III I the Treasury, three thousand dollars For contingent expenses of said office, this Territory. It is therefore ordered, 12 o'clock, M. for the following materials to be delivered at the landing for

For compensation to the clerks and messenger including printing, ahrtiNemenl.two hat unless he appear here on or before the the New Hospital, on or before the 3Ist day of August next and to be subject. : the tt-
t 1 In the offlcoof the Second Auditor, thousand five hundred dollars. first Monday of November next and answer |seal inspection..
1 J seventeen thousand nine hundred dollar! For compensation the clerk in the of- the Complainant's bill died herein the LengthL width ThJcbaf.'

For compensation to the Third Auditor lice or the Chief Engineer, two thousand same will be taken for contested, and the 18 Pieces: Timber, 8' Square, 124 18 Ii '
of the nine hundred and fifty dollar :2 Do. .. U 19 9
Treasury, three thousand! dollars.! matters and things! therein decreed accord-
I For compensation to the clerks and menscngers For contingent expenses of said office, ngly. And it is further ordtrrd, thataeop) 100 Do. 15 8 3 (t
; in the office of the Third Auditor. one thou.-tuad dollars. 01 this order be published in the Pensnco- 4 Do. 20 9 6
twenty three thousand seven hundred and For the services of Lithographer, and la Gazette, once week fur three month 6 Do. J8 8 3
I I s., tidy dollars. the expenses of the 1ithf) of aucccssive A Attest 4 Do. .. .31 10 8
y copy. ,
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t For eompensatiorrto! the Fourth Auditor the War Department, iciest hundred and GEO. .... DALTZELL Clerk. 8 Do. .. 35 JO 8
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of the Treasury,'three thousand dollar: fiftydoJLus. July 17 No. 17 :2 Do. r s. 32 10 8
For compensation to the clerks and messengers For compensation! to tho clerks in the -2 Do. r 30 10 8
runauce Ulti tw .Ibouitond nmo hiss 4.Do.. x 18 It 8
in the of lee of Fourth Auditor, seventeen '
tab \\\e. .
drcd p\\t\\ 14 Do. .
and fifty are. 12 9 O '
thousand<< seven hundred and '
fifty
clol1ara.Jo. For contingent expense of said office. ChaiW:IV-Ownier) 8 Do. .. .. 18 1f_ I. r l
4j eight hundred dollars. vs. V 40 Do. IS 4 3.
the Fifth Auditor ,
to
of
compensation
t j e, t II the.Treasury, three thousad dollars.. For compensation to the clerk in the of Charles Lavallct ) 1500 Feet of Plank, 17.7 1 1.4
For compensation to the clerks and messenger I lien of the Surgeon Central, euunhun- BY virtue of a ft. /a, to me directed ,400 Do. 14.7 11.4.
7' in the office of the Fifth Auditor dred and fifty dollars from the lion. the Superior Court GOO Do. 13 13 11.4
twelve thousand eight hundred dollars. ; I For contingent expenses of said office, for (the Western District of florida, I shall 500 Do. 16 12 11-4 1'1 t
the four hundred dollar proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on the 2dof
compensation to Treasurerotthe<<
United States, three thousand dollars.! For the salary of 'clerk in the Topographical > August, 1834, at the door o'f the CourtHouse 52 Pieces Timber, 17 10 3

I For compensation (he clerks: and messenger Bureau, one thousand three in Pcnsacola, between the hours 26 Do. 17 8 3
II in the office of the Treasurer! of the hundred and seven dollars and fifty cents >rescibed: by law, all the right, title andnterestof 6 5 Do. .. 19 8 3

t' United States. six thousand seven hundred For the salary of a clerk in the clothing' the 'syid CHARLES:: LAVA 130 Do. -. 13 8 .3 .
and dollars. Bureau seven hundred dollars. LET in, and to, the following Lots of 4 Do. .. 8 G.
fifty ..
( For of the commissioner Ground, or in much thereof 100 ,33
For compensation to the Register of the the salary of'enstoiut so as will satisfy Do. 7x6 a.
three thousand dollars : two thousand five bundree dol. the above Execution and! costs, to wit 4 Do. .. 42 816 4.
Treasury,
I I. For compensation to the clerks) and mos ars. the property owned by saidTLavallet, situated 8 Do. r 27 12 2 .
I LI in the office of the.Register of the For salaries of clerks transferred from the at the corner of Komana and Palafox llsl. Do. tI: 14 4 3.--
.seogers twenty four thousand. two hun office of the Secretary of War, four thous- streets,the one half of Lot No. :233, fronting 500 Do. a 12 4 3
Treasury and eight hundred dollars. on said Romana street ; the half of 2 Do. 0 18 S 3
[fTO BE CONTIVOED.] Lot Na 256, situated behind th* first men 100 Do. 18.4 3
I I ', For the General compensation Land. Office to the, three Corara'sslonerof thousand!! __ .n ._ tinned and fronting Garden-street; the 1200 Feet of Plunk, 22" 2 I
I dollars.: Poll r OF PEJV8.iCULAIntrlUfltntr. two whole Lou No. 234 and 255, fronting 1500 Do. Boards, 18 10 1

t For compendium to the clerks and messenger Daylen- treet, all lying and being in the 10000 Do. 18 12 I 1 :
in the Office of the CommlsHoner! -jt1ctfhtc City of Pensacola. 1000 Do. 16 16 to,18 1.
f of the General Land Office thou JAMES W. EXUM Marshal. I2t11g0Dricka, 9 4'1-4 2 14 0
twenty lArrired
and fcrsrhundred dollars. dice our Itut. Uy JOSEPH SIERRA, 4000 Feet of Boards, (Merchantable) ) IS 12 to 14 1 .
(/ I .. For compensation to the Solicitor of the French brig Sewn, Roulct, Vera Cruz- Deputy Marshal. 2000 Do. Do. J 18 16 I I
Treasury' thousand five hundred dol. bound to Bordeaux, put in on account of. June 14 No. 14 1000 Feet of Plank, (Heart) 16 12 '1 14.:
three \
:' lars. sickness: among the crew. [ Tie obove sale is postponed until.Satur- 340 Posts of Cypress, Cedar, Juniper,' S

Forcomnematlon{ "t the t'1l'rInd messengers Schr., Row in Bloomy Ferns, N. Orleans day, the 6th ofReptt'mbernext. or Light-wood, to be to inches at I. .
4r order. 14
.. in the oflice of the Solicitor of the -Cargo > I. the but and 7 at the top, otherwisenot >
Sc Maria Morris Mobile
Trea.urythree thousand nine hundred and. -Cargo-to Mar&11ahb Sale. received. .

fifty .dollar' : order. Departed. Joseph Y, Cruzat ) :30000 Feet of Hoards (Heart) 12 I 10 1

For compensation la the secretary to the Schr, Charlotte, Mack New-Orleans vs. > 0000 do. Plank, do. 18 6 2 ,

commissioners of the Sinking Fund, two 0,000) feet Lumber by Jon. Forsyth. Carlos Do Vilhers. ) N. B.-The undersigned reserves to.himself aLe right to make a separate
hundred and fifty dollars Schr. Shr\ando.'I.b! Moore, Tampico- By virtue of a writ of/. fa. to me di Contract for the 18 pieces of eight square timber.

For the expense of stationary, printing, 4,000 feet Lumber, and 22,000 Shingles by from the Hon. the Superior BYRD C. WILLIS, Navy Agent
and at all other incidental and contingent expenses A. A. M. Jackson.The Court of the Western District of Florida, --- -
othe several office of the Treasury I shall proceed to sell at Public Outcry, onthe 30 DoAtara Rt.VHnd. 1\t\nK O -1 elasthtO1

Department, the following several wins, SUVDU St3J\113WU. 2d of August, 1834, at the doot of the : from the Marine Depot, ,
DESERTED
t .1z: ----..... Court House in Pensacola, between the ,neat Pensacola, Florida, STOCK FOR sALE.TilE .
: For the office of the Secretary of the SubacT\\et9 hours prescribed by law, all the right, title on the 17th day of ApriftlKM, Private experiment of a BANK in Pens-
Treasury, including the expense Incurred and interest of said CARLOS DE VIC- REUBIN GEORGE: :, of Marines, aged :tt> has been faithfully tried'and the
n in consequence of the burning of the Treasury HAVE received and offer sale, at their LIEnS, deceased, in and to the following years. S feet 101.*inches high, hazel eves, (first six months' operations proving that it
bulling ten thousand doUa,.. opposite the Public Square, e r in much will I.dark hair, dark complexion, and by pro- will be both a .use/ml Institution for the
3 a For the office of the First Comptroller, general aMOrtment of UROCRBIKS. Among llery'ttees ..E ecua1oft and Coats, to tension soldier. City, and yield fair profits to the Stock

including the mm necessary to supply which are wit r-A tract Clf Land of 800 arperw, lying From the same place on the 17th day holders, the Subscriber is now willing and
books and stationary )lost in ue conflagration Old Irish WHISKEYMMVougahela and bciAg in the County of Escambia, ..,. 01 May, 1834, Private JOHN W. WILNON, anxious to dispose of a limited amount of
one thousand eight! hundred and fifty Do. sled et place. known by the name of i Marines, aged 25 years, five feet four the Stock among the citizens, so u to induce
,/ .deltas Superior Champaigne HRANDYWl.NES CoraKo dt la t Cotta or Clear Water Creek and a half inches high, grey eyes, brown local interest la its operations. The amount .
1 For the office of the 8econd>Comptroller, anti CORDIALS. three miles from the City o'f Pensucolu, also I lab, fair complexion, and by occupationfetioustoenltmentabboeuiRker. paid in, fourteen dollars on each
1 one thousand e,.hundred dollar AIM Lot Nd. 348, with the buildings thereon > Whoever share, whole amount 824,800. There will
For the,office! of.the First Auditor, eight An assortment of BROGANS, Cordage. in the City of Pensacola, being eighty feet I will apprehend either or both of the be a rail for Eleven Dollars on each Share
hundred dollars. Ulocks, Oars Points, &c. Ac. fronton Government-street by one hundred: above named Privates and deliver them at payable the 1st of January 1830, giving for
II L1I For the omoe; of the Second Auditor, one JOHN A. UALL & CO. and. ninety..... feet deep. this or any other Military Pout in tlw l'ni; the operations of next year50,000 capital
thousand dollars.' Awgu-a__2____ No.21Vo JAMES W. EXCM. MmhaLUy ted Stales shall receive Fifteen Dollars There will be further calls after that lime

,For' the office ollhe Third Auditor, eight 'le JOSEPH SIERRA, each and all reasonable expenceepa1d. III the necessities of business may require..
+ hundred 6Ulm., Deputy THOMAS A. JJNTON, The amount of Stock now. ofered will be-
For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one A DWELLING IIOUSB In Pensaeola.a June 12th, 1834. No0.11 Capt. Commanding.July disposed of at par, and for all transferred

thousand.dollars f This House is large and ft, 1834. 6t No. 17 during the months of July and Angwt, div.
For the office of the Twasurer'of U- i i roomy,having four commodious SuFvrlor Uourt JIJa:: The Mobile Mercantile Advertiser id ends will be paid from Julr. ,
niuxkSuw*. ew thousand dollars.For apartments on the ground floor, is requested' tolnsert the above six tines, The Subscriber is aatisM from past ex.perk .
the office of the Register the Tree and being one story and half OF THE DISTRICT OF WEST FLORIDA and forward the account to this office. urr three' thousanddoitars. high, together with a Kitchen and other PENSACOLA. operations, that the Capital win
employed
For the olleeof' th aol eltor of the Treas. necessary oat-building. It.. favorably Clement & H unit Assump i Attaehw. PEW FOR SALE in the Episcotxtl yield a net dlvldend! 0(8 per cent. per annum -
situated for the sea breeze. The owner liD ; Issuedlluly 19th .. toALDEN
urT, one thousand dollar Apply at least, upon safe business uaasae-
For the office o[u.. Commissioner of the wishes by the sale of this property to raise Allen Debl6t. returnable to No- A. M. JACKSON. who wish more partktt-

IP General Land office,IncUidlag eighty parchnents. a small sum of moneys Terms half cash mnberT'nn, bore June 28 No. 18 lar rnoxfedgeo the Bank, and satisfaction
and suet 01 printing pajonts, eighi Iud the,balance by mortgage. Enquire at THE Defendants In the cue and id regard told soundness fce wilt refer
i fren thousand dollarv, thb oflice. otIi..latemte4;w in take notice of Saddle Uoxat for &\e.lb" to Mesftre. H. Ilyer )trrlson lit

for eompe setlon te the Uf.I l renreeen- August 2 Ne 21 ebuuig ""f'.the attachment M above stated A firrt rate YOUNG Charles C. Reject, Jeo.; .1.W.. BarkJey,and
..Utives.of.'lhe rate Wjluwn Wilt, R-i. In an* re Ln required to -pper ud HORSE, (four years old) Hanson Kelly, Directors of the Insdiution.
; ,fulL:ftt profeeaioaal:arvlcsr 4erfjtieiTJalledStamlnaoiU \\a\na Sugars plead to DM declaration !}lied therein, according afwst tra-e1Ieran4 remark- Mr. James DATUM, Caahk k duly**.

J relative lajMUIylng : POXE8U.*..M.4a lees Man H.. to the statute in such cases made ably well gaited, warranted thorfced to make transfers of Stock, d
k4,$Irotid rn Alabama, and ,ln< Florida, St1\ ass 8UQAU., it ....... psliq.nnlve4 and. provh ed.. Dated July 19th, 1834. apand. Said Horse could benede to work lbho wish to pnrchaae, wW make I popUeadGD
ihe eanefoae thomaand dollar per ttrJlF JtiUl.I ... sad '" stab.y THOa M. BLOUNT, la harness when necewarr. -Apply to to him.

5lF r eddilioMl bkrk hire i iJt out issuing ofpillj AII.. 'fc 80N.. ? Attorney tor PlaintilL, AJJJtN A.1)I.,'A (SON. WALTER ORECORY.

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here. He is like a certain race of and whites pacing ladies of color al'\1I1t I days" produced In Paris. A maguinu nunef, the slut, one day tvijytd mt aria

.. peds, whose breed ran out about side of clergy men,. and arr'ngi.n them I in hick fur many dun n>oiihii Y as a n# pit fqr auoUier boy, iu tQ ".UMM; a frrindo'f;
when that of the 'qUIllru-1 such n nianiii as to resemble the key s vf a I hula in dullnusH, ihungis hands in Apr! hers, hose chilu w as rattier plain-looking.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 'j.. 183$. Plantagenets 1I<< piano forte, alternately Mark and ';lutea Aud in'Julylut.'I. Ufoiur a legitimate nvyf

We tint)ou fhaJlhearof has reverence or ., streak of fat and a "Ift', of Irun. The I 1\11) luouUd) lu the laud 'I Ill' pre'lIt A procreation was Mime limp since insti-
again ask why arc not the laws, i 111 "my lord" & Sir John," any time from his I heat of the day, and the crowded state uf i I number; we uoic iu uicticular usionian: toted)' the pn>|inetom vf tile I\cw't murk

pamphlet, forwarded to us ? And the coir. coming to this land of plcticUns to the day I the Chapel sent forth odours only to 'I' Fog n uHanhnityof articles not Unily \'lIllIIrlIIJrlllnllt a Mibncnlfr, for IIIC"

pilation of the laws, where is I it 7 Echo ar. ethic death. As if ] endured) by the faithful in the UU"" I to ultuuiol.fi bus\ result is high (hllhl'r'l aiiMUint of bra MI beer i pi ion to that pals) r. .
it
w honor hat
ere more to i l' eclaration 1111\111 lie (lint he had not ordered the psi-
towers vkert The of American Indepeidcncc blc to its prrxtnt uopnctom, pluadesl
,
brushed the "ln>es or driven the coach: of i a read mid listened to with re>i>iTtfi I'C 1'\111\11)) |>rolitaMc to them. U e ure no : |per (hat it was sent to him without hm reqiiwtmg -

lYe publish to-day the addreas to the pr< fellow who writes himself I Lord and whose attention: Mr. Lewl Tappan then tune t lu I much in favor of al\ array of tuimm who I 1'ne plaintnt ever n viva in
Florida blood rl'mllhl' Constitution of the Sxuety, ,,111'11| itpenkmg of a pi'rivKlicaU und think It better t'lllhC' uniouat claimed ; for it was decided ,
pie of It
Col. NCTTAU.
our
.WI\"
for Has crept through woundrels c\er since I proaiis, hisses! scraping Qf bC/\'I', thumping in general, lo speak of tint\ articles for I that persons ircttrinf' a nevirpHprr v ithniil -
inteation the present, not to giie place' the flood" of cane, situ violent f'IIUtbUIM I'll their tI\\ u merit slurs not fm that ol the I tiitiriingjl tolc iircMitmiutl, arc hal -
I
in the Oatftt to any thing relating to thncit 'I Mirtl. The Ift'nlh-tnm of color'ttcre it.itrindignant authors. The piece t'nttll'd1II1'rI1'811, tie l in rrery instance! for the j-rwc l of nib-
than to live of
election for Delegate except request on terms republican at the interruption which' vieoiitinued i's"rts and their: Crttici" I is a niaster-pui't ; hciiption.The .
upon .
with those who con trace no Kitcn without further \loleiiee.: ah. I and \\ ill Tnirrtain its rrwdcis more highly 1 -
but having inserted the address of tr)'." the pious eutli'iuau could uul wUiuhir 1 limit miy nther in the work. At'ru Americans in I' rlt, 'held a inevtingnn

Col. N. we will, .a< seam ns ronvrairn, I The temper and manner of the .Amerl Ins auditors by derlupllljJle idgrrt.i\ u( .Une. and u more deserved buMinadolias t the Ulst :\1 iay. "lake. into cormideraiinuIhe

give the Circular. of Col.\ WHITE. cans are not suited i to those of our he( instiliituin. M'I Join IHTH our lot to mm with fcnur rml uI-I'r'111| ; i..le nmnner t.f.>*prr>*iiifrIhfir
countrymen .
1 There ate many here of our acquain I : they are narrow minded and \lowbred pas hll'auillruwn, Rsq: a neat a-nt I ( uses n self, w o v.tiuld not ho 'I rnr they show little eiitlcniuii, rotund boW(<UIIH'd by the death! of Lufn -
Irrnf'ro..itlIr l.sld-
tance, (and among them is the public' \tr)'i np<" of; mind, nor that no spirit of lose I'd and, uttcuipted to prwei-J, amidst, the- Ottoman lust ll1utiIIU4""lid tile "('IHlp' >Vne. Thus.' II. Hartpn, Esel.) nl ntge'

humble servant: ,) who haw no difficulty In to the country which Is patriotic natural to IN, wh mo>t itiHiui\ocal| inaik. .t>f disapi[>f twtiw, h'rIII $tlltly" are very good iuntaiiifH ul 1'Aflairsof: t rated Males, was called to .

making i up their mind* for whom they will; are indigenous to u soil, and descended and !potvinuindieaikms that Uiey/.Kuul! \ he gnt\i' ; (I'onH'iniHjrunes,1' the pay ii thc .thnir dud the Aiiifricnnt'onMil. DnnsioiuUi .
voce aft not hear a word! that hu had to ny siud h,' It'' eKrud uf the ?,orth'' is excellent Vinjirrmnc. > 1\ UraiUord: i:". i' ap1'onttcd tot cle:tae
t nut' but who much at a- lows for from a Ions line of ancestors, from whil'hWI' .
"
have: inherited national attachment and sat down quite rplo\etl and tL.s pfinii- : lli't nomln, HU a rev i iliiylily i..\ ry. S me nb.nsiuhw cure rrvrrwntecl: ut
whom. they shall vote. Drilled\ and discii family pri'H They trace no such ancestry. \K\\\\ Tappan wnt off for the |xitM'C'i; .LlIlI' flitrrj inii| und exceedingly vrMntten the mp 'IIIIK.\: mid a cominitue of fine for
.
plied as are the friend of Col. Whit' Es: cry mm t I" for himself. They are C"linNt ,. the :\Id' or. with a Iwst uf |Peace o/lieerx RI ; Tom NN ildl lf' is an amusir.k ; each Mute, \\ as appointed to address a letterof

throMghotit( the! Territory it is in vain fo >\. All emigrated from this country5mw his beefs, made their uppcarauci: :.' lout all >. . was tranquil, peai-euMe utid orderly only Lii\ti .MSB Mii>iii( desirvlo Nt' morecf the was rr.solved to attend the funeral a
111-i i eotnicts ndtentiirer* nt
either! of the other candidates, (who must r\rn as ; -:
unconnected<<1 with each other./Vtr, find they would nol allow the promtlmiis! e;1 N-piiiiiriianun'sei\ > I 01011 place Look, ; tutu ixxly, and to "l'Dr rriipe! 'for thirty days.rrMnpeinenls .
.
vide the opposition hope for sncress. Hthaetef ;) arc in th,. niiik eentlemtn, 0': here hid the meeting! be )heard-that's: all. !Nt the. the four IN'[ I'l'll of |peter) are all adnunihliN .\ likiebirn trade for I an enlogmm -

\ of personal furling! wee "may" K it lib rut>.. rlitiiifal e IU''lPIOf. All reli Society for the immediate, rumiu-ipaiioh of : ,> aiurli for the labors: of the cviuribuioi tii the illuMrioiis character of theU'crnwxl -

influenced therefore ; by whatever opposition !Zion.are lolerited among! them (ruin whirl the blacks ueiilhoiue to dinner anal haves 'ii the ,,"'I..f'fIIlI'I..I'f.. Itseditorial: depart. before Amcncnn iti/cis' (I(
a hh'raltt'rn of mind might bo but Paul Dross 11. R>q. set oil' for New: Loin. inrtil I is ably' cniiductril the scictal liter' r'raiu-c.
incumbent
to th'pl'l'4f'nt or lij expected;
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the and don.-.\, }. ErtKhif vS'Mr. y 11""l'I'"I..iIl4 l is u WIIHWI' itb ;:rout diner
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on they are pedantic
contrary
whatever of friendship for either of his oji I".I of them < 'i,inatioii and pied taotc. In shout, we ariiinlly From the \iiiiniitil lnltllirnfir.Tnr .
caustic. are PiT-hyteria! nor "
y poncnls, ihe.tifizttle: will take no. part ii Quakers-sly. Ill''rrf and enthusiastic | MirpriM'd\ and |;ratiu-dat the sir) s, I"I' need notinfotrn our
..Imrnaninrrry
Vnw M. VcirYork A'hoeatf
.f Knickcrbocke readers heira'xtnts' ol the heal whichprvmikt'il
ut iniprovuneiit In the ; : great
the contest, "'BiN.thing!! remain in their yet t most self-interested. They hat e a genera T1ifiitif.i\ wnsantieipiite l Hi .
,stud we i-litrrfiillv, momuiend it to the pt line lor duce or four vluyn Ph"l'I'dlllll' *
postttfc. Why should present liars roiiacv of IhC.I'ullhc.-\;: Ittt Cum. AJt.VNKCDOTHS yefterday ; no/ bow great was the
Have rmlntr,'. and thl'Arc sensible! of hating be n riot In the at this theatre, i ipoae ill
tcimig of
mind be agitated ? we not been ofiei relief eals-reticed by the chnngc temperature
deedicl. ; been oppressed and insulted ; for whiclitliey <;\ nee of some expresMon: offrnslv w hich: took plncf In the night reinn11
that should thus
court "
enough we etite/taiii an implaeali'e! : resxMiiment. In the American; Which it was 1I1l1'dSI.d1If' .. : OF TIIK lYEKTKIIDAl1IEY. : TlnirMlay stud yrstnday. For Ibe
t discomfiture. We are too far from the the had mode I .
Mr. Fsrrati
"
Stage Manager.
information of distant readers vr inn l
The following is a 1 letter to the Itor- ) say
troplis to know any thing of the can cr use of.1'itlt themerirsollher\Mitrovi I >r.vwe Of f"eo cruelty r>f this Turkish grandee, fiovtrtrr, Ihnt the Ihctniomrlrr In shade

which have led to the coming! out and the4Aayia ALAIJI'A, July 20th: 1KM. are not OI'lIUtllltf'tl.-Un: the one side, wits \has mari nil u DEAR Sin-A most barbarous' 811i1horL- the other df'nilll.-IA..t etiinjr ,c- numerous anccdottw arc related i itEgypt.
candidates: allegation on a" high at 6 o'clock' t I A. M. its W!; al 3
,j out of each a number ; ing murder was committed on the lOih instab'out wiw :Mr. I 'II benefit. There was II : lie LU.S, it is said, u tame hoi, P. M. Mlr.'jaiidm! ; HA. M. at Ml "('IIIf'r.
1I't important. Ft is sufficient to know indrrstH thrronnd. ,' i tug ut ilii- foot hisdiian, wind ,
nor thirty five miles from here, ou Pea good house, and nsve on visually > in> aid, 1 Ins fillen'el' w 7\"
+ that the effect is suicidal.; every ihing wvntfti quietly tillI'clock I! iltlioiiKh/! mild towards its master. I. sun mowillf' .' ill v mil! lo it r test th, in
Hirer. Dale County, ( Ala: ) by Indians" M hen the people who had iissen. utlieii>iiily ferocious uTlerrify his I:4 IITI.: chug quarter there has lef-n mm lately.

We understand 'from authority whirl The facts are these: William Spears (the bled! in the street in 1 immense nntnVrriinado !!. Stun"tim"11 he allows U lo uotr) hill slates I',II," the Krmi/,p fHnr.

may be relied\ on, that none of theo national son of James Spears) a youth of uboi-t lv n himultaueou- rush broke open thloors. .- calling It off' |1'1 rl"II'ju..t' us it is about to. 1 he IIt -111 our recollection! las peter

vessels now here are 10 go north this sum years old started from hit fathers hou anal in nn I ru-tlll\l fillet the house 10 I.llIlhl' wrtttehes. Similar habits are. atlrmted 111'1''' M extrcDie us,y(stcrday.! Ihe'llcr} *
o"rrnn'II1"rom this moment nil wnronfusion. to Tipuoo! Sultan. This sa\0 (e. i irrHent at' W in the shade
Tner. In what was said on this subject incur on that day. after dinner fur the Di'ltv i kin nomcter was UromUay,
purposeof The nctor in vain nilempte coxeriiorofthv : |Jl ljlll'lI and, what pcrhups never occurred here.
last, it was not Intended to'qllesiion"Shoe driving home an old bull, to krill for wolf lo make themselves! heard. The Tower
(propriety '*f the coins of the J'Qmlalill.to bait. Night canteno and the youth did nol ; Rablft wa hrrriut's" sill compared In i it. his inaiim-rs: nnd hose entire frri-Arun ffIJ1I hs half |Mihl C 1')1. 'I biscxtM me hoi
heretofore ens.' Uuroican:: liutnto u.ul notions. During Iti,
!Sounds such Roe had never ni'Hilu-r f'lOlIIl1Il'lIlTd viiiti MunJny, and
Norfolk for do his becamo alarmed for his
; we not know the f'OUIlt'1Iwhich return, parents
'tie,st of hot ccmmtnd the 'I' four
tIeIt the tympammu'f; our f'arM.: i issued fruit Ism m pcr cunllnm'"ltt-d.\ is iiMia] with\ these ex-
tendered it necessary. Our objecwas. safety: and on Friday morning his father every purl of the house. Theta e wa on' It) u I'Ot.JIf'flIH.1'11 a poor woman of a lit (-L-iHsU heists, like llio- of cold, tot no f

| .merely to'shew. that no danger from,. with some of his neighbours commenced: moving/ mass of melting materials. Th tlq milk. Thenman, not forrweiug the I longer: in our rliniate than Hint days nnibat

i' hurricanes' or sickness, was to be apprehended searching for him, but without finding. spirit was s/rong. but the bodies !seemed I r',,1111. hid: her compliant: U'l'ore the !U'j)', lo-Hioirow we nutty promise <>ur\chri
"'hm wf'IIn. iilnui! A bo demand her to point out the culprit. suf-
inclined! to run a\ rt" C't".llIir l n'iin" to rone us from our
here. We On the whole around
this inference
Saturday Country
deprecate .
done, die soldierwits! ortlerrii
!'Ilil
10 o'eloek. the majesty of Ihe people wn' I : : ciings.
V which may be-drawn'by: the ignorant and turned out and found the body! of the young in full possession of the ""irttlO Niithiii;! do IlI'my upon the gruund.. and lime hi" F'n/tn the .S, s'u/rd r
thj; prejudiced: .t, from the return of any por- m 111, about three miles from his fathir's olh w ere they to take all (he rosponsiWity. Kuly ril'rl'lI"I'f'n.) The milk icing ,i'lIl1dIII mriff.Ilijrmrr .

lion of the squadron to the north atI sea house dreadfully mangled. It seems the ." As far as eco'uld oe. the orjniiIpstruetiveness "r his ittniuiu-li. the ts"y purl the fit complain"Th,. VH. 1I1lI1I'-AI 8 o'clock-
drveloped. I UIII old niisMnglie'r i iili rr' stood al N6
rift strongly iliirmonieier'
was hit IOI'tlllOtht'
"
sonottheyear when, to i murderers had caught the bridle of his mare
according igno- Ix'i't
be
but bad
!
nltl'r lias Ui-n imni-lit'd( ;
houwe
raneeand prejudice, iCis no longer safe to and had succcded in beating him offof her, the I't''inn.. We trust the m.uq lousy fio%.trd in InmWnt, thsa earns"'' pnni Yi; If the heat is N little rclicvrtl by a rnodcritei

remain here. We do not..presume to en- with light-wood knots, after a scuffle ol end bl'rr.Ir; Firrcu has made pulill', meat would haw. nwniied ynu. lt fs Shl' tlJft'i'I'i from the hen. limit for this, the IrnlJlf'lnturl' -

quira wha&.rUllO,1I of state or expediency nome distance, were they beat his head rl"nlaof the charges! laid at h'.' friort sn'' custom of ihis tartmrlan v\\nu\\\of aye fists, rid iurroniidiH l MIX JI,1 prchnbly be nearly or'qui'.eiipito << -
what more cnn Iw required hen Me leirlw f b) the terror IIrmli.I blood hi'UL As it in. twmal
4 ke'it for the vessels to almost>> to peice with the sumo kind of! \ nook f Man personshate -
yn necessary gc pound there could not have brrrt lest I' iliroaJ necoinpiinfitl by a c> kilo" tic'tr lives, and several horses,, t
no'rlKv but we must be allowed to negative weapon-and it does seem that: after thusbeating ihan five ihoustmil people asocmblnl 1 a- :i6oks! ((an domestic ilaveeuch of v hoi haves beets "lolled or rendered unless. Two

aijjy tonclusion \Unfavorable to thu .reputaIII \ and mangling his body they drew round the Iht'ntrt' f" if ries a llionxand 'i c<|tiiiis in liis gird i liod turns rs in Uroom street drank freely of

tion of this' place as a Naval Station. 1'huII' 'their.kuivcs and pierced the lifeless body Irnvlmhe that onsidermg. >hipldln'lH': his d c"ci nnielrd Chatham *>rfrt 'lIlfTrl.-Anl'r ifs-P-hut and dif'llln. few
oftcerM! the squadron have their friends! to the heart to make mire e-f their horrible POWITV Th..alrl''t' walked down IhisChspel. ( I is by no uie.uis impibbuMr, hc' "IMIIUItNITIMS rspirtilion, .

at d'fatuilies -at the north. It.}is naturall work-the body was thrown into a hole, to learn if" thr fnhrnl zrnllt. ought/ silt'I* pioudcd with iiiom-y lorliiniinedinu .

l. therefore*, that they should' desire to retumocfapioaalljt ) formed by the falling of a tree, and partly rn"lloml' of their admire fall II...*. During '(he l+)'r"'n cuui :: UlII.mwoN PAPERS.
favor from the hl'll'v) ,tlll'nl'j p laign.lx ,if these young men, dreading
found
i o'I"itbem aM would covered with pine-knots; his mare was ud more It is Muted tlint Muduin Maliin-an Ivengag-
( we '
lie rflert of his ferocity, wimples (itftich l
han did the Stage manager -1'hl'' "A lo King KI Naples for fifty nights at the
s note lay.a straw in the'way of their desires taken about half a mile further killed and encountered another large collection of tin. I \ ilicy daily belli hi, made their en an- (ttJUO: francs p<'r night.It .

Sdme arvin the habit of saying "Th,y thrown into\ a creek. bone and sinew of our city who api'cared ape. and look icfligem< Ibrnhlm'seamp.Itrtng .. was repented on authority eta Dri-

knew'the service: to which they were des :The people have scoured the, country very (T'fI/ftf, at the attempt making the hv MurksIVv cernlii '. t -Mnprrhvndcd\ ( II'ho\\c'\'l'r., and l'OIlc'd the) ucreimncdiaiel buck I Ii tu.b officer, that, ihe slave trade is eDt Ur--

around where the murder minitU'dmtliad men to crow them with ) aged from th" Danish fort of Prlendaeniteciv
tined. If they cannot perform it, let them waijje that American HUxKl 10 i Cuiro. llereUicv were cooimuiided to
seemed think
= not found the IndieRVlbur days to (tnezorabl. lord in tin on the. dust of fiulnea. This is dented oniiniih
resign.; We say not et,. It is not the desire could rff high enough without ndmi I'pnir trfure their ,
any who
) M. Chrlstcimon
of the sgvents ienr'in availing lICIfof.tbe ago. .from their encampment and the other hnl' of that from a more sunny clime. and /:scat hail of. thl.l palucc, / hero they foum! admits, authority however,,that the trade |OPt, on.

serviced: of fhese1 :gentlemen, to sever .- sign, the people had seen, they suppose! rr could not help agreeing rnlll\lJtl'JI"lInd With them I I'dlh hUll 'lIc'lrclt'lll1)\ drawn: *u M-r Dumber>rds. 1'161)of lacks ware, arm not 1 1IUllg but it In. w In/Ily the w ori r>f the independent

the bonds which bind them to their there are Ue( or six Indians. In hunting I.a-C evening the "colored be in IwirniiiK their fI&I('.. lie command- rgro IHU* b) lund, which the Foropeanploniog
Mr fair friends! were not to 'If'l'n. -
:. famines. It is true, that the; interests of for the Indians the people found where wreral Whether this proceeded from the addition-! d Un in to lake r'l'rYIDaD a sabre and ate cannel leek rxriplby furtutof Thirgroes
the slave vessels after to rra.
they
'f( ;. the public should not be sacrificed/' to those hogs had been killed and one large a 1 value they attach to their prechWi I"'r-I :irk! each other in bit presence, catilnvi life themselves arc time pit dealers to ibte
t'tlirir 11.t1o&lIt.C'rIIIId fall,
promising ,,
ore' Nor ileer. inns, since they have risen to so much tonequenre '
\ private nture. are they'necesaaqly but certain ir ml u thousand sequins to the victor. TlwJimalooks' t roll Co

so, when officers of the Navy leave, It'is difficult to assignamotive that could the article, we was cannot not in say the market. At \ ol>rfd ; riiagid IficmMlvntirifiiinl ) Theism carriage Col. Macerone, to

-; for a time, the service in which they are induce; the Indian* to kill the boy. II. had ear hour the Chapel was token )", i"1 those ; snul having been trained un on the common toed. In England, baa

engaged,"to return to their families. Some. 10 gun and they killed the mare he rode so !,ion y of by a strong .bod)' of our Clt 10 I lie. use of urns, and uniting still willrmr.ijr ern nucccwfully/ tried Ave in miles the vicinity U .IflnlnteH of
that for : fouglii! dash l >,'rutcly, nhedriiag their London. It travel* -
It determined one
u
be ahowere
that it could not plunder.
very
; ,
body has: remarked that one's ancestors with e4osM,rtUecrlivltirs
should not In I ,lood like Winer, while the Drftrnl.it surmonntinir case
the congregation
least
stand in the place sureties. for his good be probable he caught them in the act of stealing at No attf'ln"t'H mode id uliiily on his dot IIn, enjoying the' sl's ectacle. and leaving in the distance\ all

haviour. The remark might with much a beef or a hog and they killed him to Ltrty-colored.Interfere: with this resolution! and w hen v e I .\1 1 length, utter a long and sanguinary "rhicles:, on the' roud. It can be I linmediaie

more propriety M made of living friends, escape: detection. left the ground all was quiet. At ane Of'11r.1 .tmtrlc! mic only rrmlluwd the victeroiti: Iy stopped and turned to a haii'a breadth.
i amiIHdinj ) such this woukl answer well
hill f1llh" rninianior.ii. Exhausted l a carriage as
thajn ofdead It is the substantial Very respectfully your ob't. sev't.R renee, we could not suppress nor mirth. (p) third to llarbrm. ,
progenitors. avenue
Two[ "ladies of color," same 11.41-( ,: ; in c}")' Huh IIP rained his eyesowarsIs In run upon the :
interest of the government to keep bright S.-This is written with a view to cor- dent wandered in to the crow and when ,' his IIIM"r.! (onreivetlir jrroinlseilardon !time "f our enterprising. citizens shouldtend

the chain affection by which those in itsecviee met any false reports that may reach you (heir diwky faded were made visible, ,th, y : hut, at this DluDwn'tbe hey' {Vivi1ie ) for tat.]
11 11mrt nest of the tlact 'slaves, win Alrial of another steam carrl |eforconi-
are bound to their families for after.all on the subject of the late murder. with pretty marh the same receptinnbat rn one
-
lirud nf roads built Mnwra. sharp Uohrrut
the by ;
:Mr. did at P.tf"f1llln. "x rpl; IKK! N hind the vk\ -tim, 1I11t ion
it is this which binds them to their I Krum the I'tiUailtlpkyi lia tUt.I Dearrlstey them frrm the pelt Ihf' MamaltKik' immediately rolled along I Co. baa tern tried at MtnchwKr.hh .

country. It is this affection which keeps I III'A'I' OF TUB WKATHKR. that their he sex pirtilHs protected crowd. Their rrtitinlas : the floor. On nuvUier Of'c'OIIioll. two of bisr "l 6<) passengers it travelled six! miles in

I Nearly aU Die papers of the North are ngj-of mllllqrI'J...,..", quarrelling, drew their (minutes. f .
nlni-th/j of honor and thrworthy
inspirestheni as nl'Jll't'-'IUII'
path fy
as
th"- complaining of the exressite beat. spew .,norHw'in his. presence'It which hU anger Another steam carriage built by Mr.UMXU .
isMidtohavektrn.Jlaifptut
'fI !in hour. of battle. : although we have an Ices, their heads has commenced running between '
It appears to us, ,. Sjnt-e writing the.hn. .*. brillll' Rlmlliil. hi eornnmiidnl :
advantage, which we have never before have some< -currencfw of a (mew cc- ,IQ i |tIP Miriuk! iff./ The Mauialooki1. himrvcr, langow and l'al ky.-It differs' in .its 1

THe &THCR.-In n our column.this week pomitssed, that of being located in an alti- s'e nature to relate. A mob of oor r-irt- indful "f ibe. recent fate oUbcoirtnmp..n.Iional umtniction from the.above mentioned.

jiwiltbe found several! quotations from north- tude far removed from the maddening bus ion after leaving .le Bowery TLeatrc tMII,1,,'cto afN their lives dearly and performs well. i '.

j thl.lUbjecL It would seem, tie of the nether sphere, }That the beat u Zt'ntJ.and the Chapel' proceeded to the horse of ''drew tlieir pistols, and aiming at the bend A rocket upon a new conrtrnction.. in-
j I era"paperm on more powerful and exhausting, than wiever Ho fhal> about theSth of July and for a few day before felt U.It Lewis Tappartm all the'fumifUre. When we- lift .of Mich a monster, when the interposition ClJlI. Mats t''. for saving Uie pancvgtraid

boI,(owing, the mercury in their thermometer i is no use however, to be lamentations o'eloek the work of deo IIf otlvur of his slates wuhlcd him to escape crews of vessebi hlpwrccici. A lid
th. at *ne ,
ground
wunwde comfortable by beinjp warmed on this matttr-It is hot-and :traction) was going en. A large lr.<'8 5 I. Into the harem. RtcklcM aid desperate., at them have been received by the Nortbumirland -
bear it -there is oo remedy] and Miihk> tb.Maaaloeks. Hvcuriy intended f"ooe of iU itaens. -
'to of ninety degrees. Less we Post kmdled in the street, supported from the 'now logs itK-ape i>i)< sc ,
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upward.
they are the most prudent, who suffer the ontentsof the doomrd balldin,. Fr qinilention I I\CJW joiui-d by xcveral others, who all had :.
than tvctmcwJu before, the northern and most patiently.At was made of an Mention lo I "ronus" 'and insults to revenge, punuiii There w ere 100 stew be.ki ptbffahM I in

middle atatee were'visited,by snow norm,, the Northern liberty News Dooms, red: to the house of Doctor Cox, and beiti-igM him in his private apanmr/, ; nclnjtd in ISO. The alwv* an.xelw r e'

| which covered the earth with snow,six inch'n the thermometer on the Sib & 6th, stood t \e store of the Tappans. pro-I were, hut for the upeetly' arrival uf a pfof or new edition, pamthleta, or r" rioddal: .

deep. Thus! .on the 16th of May theweather ihus.- We were at the Bowery Theatre a I t I, soldiers from the ntadH, Ir would 1'bt l sew bocks published is p893. '..r.
July 8, 1KB. minutes before one-All was quiet. t ben harts paid the forfeit ot his binvmenebarbariti IHU. The number of mr cnrsTims
was bolder in New-Yprk than It At 9 o'clock A. M. S4deg.U ri0)eiu Wji this !s-' iadodtsg'l4 per. .'
UtIle damage had been Anne-The people .. and 'i a I(33( amounted t. 74 (
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f has ever been known in Penaaeola even inaidwiatar M"r. K7 would not listen to Mr. Hambltn. but Writ tllU'e he Micce Mlni in repelling tilt''''''3U-',' rail" ',) wblcbareeBfravadlntbtliM-. ..- .

'" "'* and on the 8th and Oth'of July, 3 ." P.M. 00 commanded Immediate attention. On .ruts, who, in their turn were hut up and I mum,." and 18 to: mwOtaKt p4 13

: .After an i interval of only 31 days, ifa wtithr e -P.M. tie assurance that Mr. Firren should be k.irJrtd In clIIf' of the turrets Of lilt pulse, balk aquatiat Ar. /
9, 1834. IsmfsHed )rottng the powder migaziae. !fens theyeW In romUuenM of the wWoeaa'of the *
ill.the' former 'city, wan marked by a A.t. 9 o'clock July A. M 85 dc,. We have they no time dbfpmed.fqf comment-M""h as"C out dnrlog several) days, fiffhtinc dl' r..t. winter, tievf'raIeargOSR oaf rte: but, .

:, greater degre of beat than baa ever boon \l Idcr: .."89 condemn the conduct of our rtraetts, rtfcly j hut, .t ....,,.., Hading their miser ached' FJiglandftomNotwtjr.: ;

: .'.' known.in. the latter :3 ". p, .1. 1W ill. cannot but think tljoi, de" min# (a derrMM) 'und being entirely doiiiutrprovJ An old b.chdor'named |ultoa !Ilib ri .
t. i. : ..6" P. M, : teepee condemnation/ who by their fftitrwjef 01 >i ns, thty sit fire tll il* p""ter. rw.ily died at Ikmpstlad-Fq Urn j IUrd "
? Who will refuse to join In a hearty laugh at f the feelhif of our .om iunity, have cmt-' aa4, blew tbrnisrlvM, up with the lower In t lu aaecuded but fcw.oUrilji.-:
e..o
H,)W AT THE CMATNAM Nvacsr CIIAThe ,&&".- orswly 1 .Weh they bail taken refoge.'.mia York unbounded' claM) Bt acbo
<; ._t tie verjeonfpliBientvry strata} of the following of Ajnencan Independencew ed into action the fierce wJirit bf oar '. \ru .,
Lon anniversary elt1UftL-The wftb which aR these tin'vr. : ofieDttomaalybabiuaadaddroa,. aM ,
apathy
/s.i paragraph, utrac&ed.lroa the elected by the fanatics to celebrate: the : lr,
of several talented works
that tile bye aathor ,
minis prove t
f don CcNr1ocJmaI1 Year'wt.q.W.t. m. immediate emancip.ti9n! of the blacks, bud considered Chalks'' t Re '
anden th poisoned j xMt.. tmooks was asked the di" .oW" putltNps1q. ,
? Paul Drown Eiq., of Pbiladelphia, j. D 0 ,
I eognr elnKtheopnJonsofhalfihepws,! iw a David very ,eloquent! ,eccentric member of the US been.twtn In this country who WI j
was
of his acquaintance was Invited (0 deliver (Hseottnehi fctnmng kin a* fty.u .
J l ay claim to the proud honor baring been bar honor fir the incendiary reiect., Th '?ski jrfrtiocl irr V5r7.iTjr.-Tbe: rer. DO 4 t" luael" My'a fee." for tt 1Ka J wu br.be given .asAytoIiiMl pc.oe rubstriber.
torn th4" fast''fI'daore4.W* Your Chapel wmsTery much crowed, .land the elution which W. w tk ta. undergone i.u is' two> momh oM I wa*WnUtrrd the har,|- for naayPE.8.lCtJL.l Yeats, s.W brew ,;

upon be domestkttcd. minagerr designedly mingled the Mack sudden and a* complete u the three, ICWIhl chad In the nHfhborhood my l '
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ORDINANCE it shall be the duty of the Mayor on the firs .' skit .fu'ESW meQt.
I Wanted, AN and fifteoflta days of each month to asce,. '
PUNtiACOLA iJAZK1''r KAAA D R111LSIIZLLSatFort To provide for the appointment of a lain the price of good Flour, and cause the Leave Penmcola Sunday at 0 A. >t

OUUU plckens, St, Rota Wand, for Welf her,Ouager and Iiiepectpr of Lumber same'to be made public by putting up adver Arrive at Blakely Runday 6 P. M.

AUGUST 2, 18x4. which 23 cents per barrel win be paid on for the City of Pensacola.Sec. twemerrw at three can tptcuous places in the Leave Blakely on Tuesday 8 A. '1.

delivery at the 1. Be U Ordained by the JfolJO" City, and to state In each the number oC or as soon as the Norther Mail arrlvts.
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The GAZCTTS will be Issued every Saturday inland.WM.. II. CHASE, acct Hoard oj Aldermen of the City of fttacola ounces of good bread that shall be given by Arrive at Pennacola Tuesday 8 P. M.

Evening a $3 60 per annum, in ad Captain of Engineers. That there shall! be appointed by each Baker fortuche and a !calf cents i lllr Leave Pensacola Ihurxday 6 A. M.

14't' vane, 84 payable at the end of nix month" Pen- rola, July 1, 1834. No. 17 the Mayor annually, by and with the advice term of fifteen days, nnd he shall also! eau e Arrive at Blolely Thursday ft P. M.
or Si payable at the expiration of the year, and consent of the Board of Aldermen, the City Marshal to deliver copy oft Leave Blakely Saturday 8 A. M.

at the option of the subscriber.ADTIITMIMENTI NOTICE.J some suitable: person: to be known as City notice aforesaid rath Duller within the or as soon as the Northern Maal arrhex.

I inserted at the rate Weigher, whose duty ft shall be to Weigh limits of the City. Arrive a Pensacola Saturday 8 P. M.
one dollar for every fourteen linen (or Levi,) tsT rccci\-ed! and for sale by W. M 1. and mark all articles ef Foreign or ,Domestic SEC. & Be further Ordained, That i if Eastern and Tallahattet. hail

for the first, and fifty cents for every con- COOK, growth or manufacture, according any llakcr hall sell a less 1 quantity of good Leave Pensacola Sunday and
tjnuous subsequent insertion.Lilt 1.2 pipe Old CHAMPAIGN BRANDY, t4 the Mtandard weight of the City ur of the bread for twelve and a half cents than I. Wednesday 6 A. M,

3. of vintage 1820. United State provided for by the first scctionof, this Or. Arrive at Cedar Bluff Wednesday -
Letters, ALSO, Src. 2. He it further Ordained That dinance, or shall offer for sale Dread made of and Saturday 12 no r Remaining. in the Pont Office, July I, 1804 1-2 pipe superior COGNAC BJtANDY. the City Weiber shall receive the following sour or otherwise damaged Flour, she Laave Cedar Bluff Wednesday

Persona wishing Letters from this Lint, laIr 13 No. 19 feet as a full compensation for hilt services -' or they so offending, shall forfeit and pay and Saturday 12 noon..

t t will please ask for Advertised. Wrers.A. To BrlcV MaVera.f7 tit \11'11 : for each offence the sum of tw enty dollars,to Arrive at PeimatoU Tuesdayand

For weighing and marking be recovered before the Mayor, one hall of Saturday 8 P. M.
Jesse Allen, Benjamin Adams!, Peter t Alenias. J? be required for the service of the do. Coffee per nagJ: do.
whose
the
the other half for City Marshal,
( B. works at Foster's Island, in this Jlarbour, I do. Hogsheads! each 25 do. shall be to examine the and .
it weight
Joe. M. Bowers 3, Jean Dnptiste Her during the year 1834.Theinspeetiogof do. Barrels each 6 J-4 lo. duty of the Bread of each Baker two or Cit Collector's :.NVTtll \\ .

nard 8, Wm. W. B eU, Robt. Barren 2, the Brick., mode of I and for weighing, all other articles lio shall three quality times week and Ylu- nnd.rudned ie now ready to receive.
Jose Balada, Saral.! Blake Mannito Bcaseea delivery, their quality and dimensions, wilbe receive a compensation In proportion to per report every the can TAXES, \1npoooH oa all
1 Mile. A. Bouquie, W' Bennett, Wm. flub' et to the same rules as have here- the above rates. ballots to the Mayor. II'..... lid Lou Slave,Horns,(;.rritlN, eXjt
M. Barker. tofore been e1Itabl 11hrd. SEC. 3. Bf it further Ordain, That Sec. 4. Be it further Ordained, That All persona paying the pine OB v before the 11
( C. Paympnt unless otherwise desired will all Ordinances regulating Bakery, be, and day of May seat, w3.ll-e I allowed adieceaM off \
there shall be appointed as aforesaid, some
Francis the name are hereby repealed, and that per rest aid all Taare remaining phid trust
be made
I Cunningham, Mile. Mine! Cayde, quarterly. suitable person to be known as the City this Ordinance shall be in force from and and after ibe lot day .f Aaf!t I..p..u he. U-
Thos. Coleman Wm. Cross. E. VcMcls arriving at the Island with Bricks be whenever
.!. Collins Guager, whose doty it shall alter ltd trained the aceotdiuf to law.
EzekielCopb, <<.;apL J. B. Carson, John will be unloaded without unnecessary de- required to Guage and Measure all casks publication.JOHN JERRISON F T CO1JMVN8 Tu ColleeiofPennaeola '

Chaimblesa, Saml. Cocking, Joseph t;. lay. WM. 'II. CHASE, of Liquors Imported or Exported to or from President of the Board of Aldcrme, April 83: 1834. 9 >o.7 t
Canon!, Otnl! Dr. Felipe Cndallos Me Captain of hcNt.w
Eninocrs. the City of Prn cola, and the Guaj-f 24 1H34.M. .
Catherine Louisa Cprtillc Cox. Pensacola July 19; 1834. No. 19 PASSED May ,
Joseph thus appointed shall receive the following CRUPPER Secretary. Post ..Office.. ,
D: I fees in full for his services to wit
:
Rev. A. Dickcnson! 3. John Durable 3,' 20 or 30 Negro 1.)1"t., For Guaging Pipes or Hogshead BWECTED May 86th 1834.C. : A POST OFFICE has been: established '
EVANS Mayor. at Indian Florida. All )letters
Dinah De Camp Mrs. II. I Key,
Dougan. each 12 1-2
''i E. ARE wanted for the PUBLIC WORKS cents.do. Reconsidered and passed by the requisite -: and papers for persons! residing on this Island -
each Tierce 10 do.
Caleb Edmondson. this Harbour. Apply at the Engineers majority, June 7tb. 1834.JOflk : at Cape Florida, Kayo-Bisca>no, New
do. each Barrel 6 1-4 do.
Th office, IntFndcntiaetrcet.July JERRISON Vncas board the
Key on Light hp
F. 1 River ,
I fJ 17 No. UJ!, I And for Guaging or Measuring all other I President of the Board of Aldenncn.1 Florida board
Miss Elizabeth Foster, Capt. Winslow casks or vessels of Liquid substances he or on any pf the wrecking; ;
Foster. M. CRUPPER, Secretary. vessels(, excepting the t'izarro, ec1c
and in
NOTICE. charge receive proportion to
i may ready
I' their intended destination most \f\
G. the above rates. County Court at i Humbert, >
Jr.RRISO, Jr. having takrn J. B. mailed for this Office.H. .
Fountain Cray Alfred M. Gatlin Dan J
SEC. 4. Re it further Ordained, That
FOSTER I .fJpn'l23. 1834.
into
iel Gnt. Partnership, business S. WATERHOUSE. M.
there be aforesaid
will hereafter\ be conducted under the name shall appointed as BOtTle.I .RDERED that JOB JSMIMM, FBARCHCO: Indian Key, (Florida) ,) May, ..5, 1831.
suitable be known the Inspcctor 1
to O
I 'Dr. Joeeph Hntehimt 5 Hyrxl W. Hunt of JERRIHON FOSTER. It is the In- person as shad MOILI/IO and Daman D. Waieur. c f
of the firm hand of Lumber hose duty it I be I tbefirit Justice Dittr'et and TIHOTB '1 WITCH
+ Mile1. tention to keep on at all
, I I I. V. Hawtlnj Euphroislne Htnard!,Harding Ham! times, a general! and*extensive assortment whenever required, to inspett and measure ILU JOTCPH FORMTH tad JOHS Heat, oC'tha 'r"ht.lAVf Library, .
J.Capt, Stephen Hersey 2, Maj of Goods, suited to the town and all articles of Lumber Imported or exports ._act Dittnet be and Ue Mine are hereby ap EDITED BY JOHN PURDON, Ksa OF
Wm. nail, Hust, Rob;. Holladay, Dt.Iii trade, which will be sold at the lowest country. to or from this City, and the said Inspector pointed (emmiuiiDen cf School, Lands fat Ibo THE PHILADELPHIA BAR. ..

|I. S. Heiskell, Capt I.&J.: 1os. lIoldm 2. for cash, produce or approved paper.pricm shall receive the following fees in fqll foils County ef Eactmbia. IT is the object: of his publication, to fu>- .i
services, to wit: EDWo. L. DRAKE of the bar with the '
also their services General gentlemen moat \
They tender u
.
Iii Andrew M. D. Jackson, Geo. S.ldah, For Inspecting and Measuring )114,,, British treaties
Agents and Commission Merchant important elementary upon
Dan .
Johnson G Johnson 2.
V 'L., Capt. Boards Scantling or other Territory of Florida.GeergeKnightComplainatt Law, in a form .'hirh"iU render them for
, N9 Lumber per thousand! feet, 25 cent lees[ expensive than works of this description
InChancer
Madame Lanoit.: John G. Leith Ninian ]
For and
Inspecting
E. Lane,John W. Lewis Mile.M. Chorlote Measuring \& I in the Jack: have hitherto been. To gentlemen residing
Staves and
for
Lorenso Subscriber School Heading Pipes, Lackland M. Stone and Wilj son Super I at a distance from the principal cities -
Claudius M. Little, Miss Josephine THE having taught a Hogsheads or other vessels! j
i Lavalle, Scrgt. J. M. Lcvctt, Mr. the Town of Pensacola for the Ian thousand liam D. Stone Defendant's J or Court. the advantages of thin publication wijj
Lam twelve months, and having been liberally; per SO cent TT appearing to the Court that the De be apparent The very low priced which

M. & Mc. patronized, announces! to the public, thaIe i for thousand Inspecting Shingles' per J. fendants reside in the State of Alabama, it will be afforded, and the facility with,
25
Zis Mires, Mlle. Maria Mc tre, Ham) II. intends to continue the name for the re For Inspecting, Plaistering Laths cents I no that procew cannot be served upon them which important works, in the periodicalform ,

Mitchell, N. Mltchcl, N. Mitehel, Jr. Alexander ccptionofboth MALE FEMALE STUDENTS thousand 20 cents. in this Territory. It is therefore ordered, can be transmitted by mail, are the

M'Claren, James M'Ardle. Mrs.. Ann and for that purpose has taken a And per for all other, articles! he may charge that unless they appear and answer the attractions upon which It will depend for

M'Cttlloorg Lt Moorhead 2, Marla Moreno Female Assistant, and will preserve and and receive in to tnb abov Complainant's bill on or before the firs public favour.
Ju. M'Star, E. Montgomery Wm. S. improve the moral of those committed toils rates. proportion day of October next, the name u ill be take TIle selection: of the works to be embraced }

i Moore, Capt. 'J, II. Miller 2, David B. charge tat far as posmble. lie will 81c. 6. Be it further Ordained That for confessed against them and the matter* in this collection, is confided to the
Macomb. each all the branches belonging to an En- the hereof decreed accordingly. And it ill gentleman above named, already widely .
several officers to be Appointed in virue further ordered that of this order be and favourably known to the profession..
O. gush! (Education, at the same low price as a copy
,
of Ordinance Shell
Archibald formerly, $1 23: per month, for those who ore the this duties of their, before entering office published> in some authorised newspaper: in It will be understood that it forms no part I
Osborn.P. respective his district week for four months of the plan to admit original cummumeation *
are able to pay, and for those who by mis- once a
Mrs. Daniel Pro tor, Mile. Marianne f rtuiMotoucrwMe are not, tuition eratts. rive lars each.Bond" conditioned in the sum of for two the hundred faithful dol-dins At Chambers, in the District of West ., or to give the work, in any degree,

f l Paetort I Young Gentlemen Scairous of studying Marge of the duties of their offices and the Florida aforesaid, this kith of June 1834<<. he character of a journal. Distinct in its ;
tbe J. A. <(< design, it cannot interfere with existing
Mathematics would
Surveying, &.c. hid UoDAe aha be made payable to the CAMERON, any -
p Capt Joshua Robeson.Deester do well to apply top. City of Pensacola, and the said officer "*Juage D. W. F. periodical, nor is it intended 04 a**>
8. L. pRiTCHirrr, hall be to discharge June 7 No. 13 time to dfpalt from the present plan, w hidl
severally sworn faithfully : -
Or Washington Sully, Mr*. Het 1u1.Y12 No. 18 the duties assigned them. Western District of Florida is to re-print British elementary tretitiaea,
ty D.Shermaa,C.E.Sherman,John Sweet, Sea 6. Be it further Ordained. That I It suited to the business and practice of this
.
Lost.O fcupetior Court Eic inbia i
County, country, in a cheaper and more convenient
Felix Settee John II. John
shall lawful
Spalding be for the
City Weigher,
Mir Term, ltU4.!
J Corm than has ever been done. Fur
Smiths A Snowden, S Stanley. N Wednesday Evening, between Pen Lumber yet
Hunger, or Inspector to appointone Eliza' Ana Biggs coinj.la.iwi.t,
I T. sacola Wharf and Mr. Cook's store, a or more Deputies, who before enter (,. Chau.ryDavid this purpose the proprietor will receive. i'

Mr*. Joseph IITerry.. Mad. Ye Tale, S.Turner. snail DIAMOND BREAST., which is Ing upon their duties shall take an Oath Bigg Defendant, )# for """*. from his agent in London, at the earliest

** 1 much valued from its having been a gift aithfully to perform the same, and fo THIS day cave thecooiplaicint bjr her CMD' date, every important publication as, it if-

U. ; The finder will receive a.reasonable! reward whose acts the principal shall be rwpotisi- eel, aid it *appearing; the Mliifrctioa of lie sues from the press.
Samuel Ullli, 'Joe. Ury M. P.: 1 on leaving it at Mr. Barkley's storePensncola ble. JOHN JERKISON taut bv afflJavit Gaud, that the UcfentUat does The plan of this publication is believe "
V.Tneaaan July 16. No. 19 President of the Board of Aldermen. ot r.,M of Fit iida. Tbtr to be such as to recommend it very strongy ?- i
Ticlera. PASSES June 28th 1834. tare, K U coniider d by ate Cowt, u.at the Laid to the support of the profession .general*
W. For CRUPPER Defendant< appear her uu 01 before the lUll M.n- yin I the United States. Many valuabto
Su.eiTilE M.
J. : ; Secretary. cJ.jr of Aoveoiber nut, and aaiwer the .um> works will be circulated in it that would net s
Wentworth Gea Walker 2 Dr. J.
Pro the CHARLES Arraovco, June 30th, 1834. pleuat'ssillof coaplttiai filed hernia, or U>1 otherwise. be in this
8. WU0T 'Edward Wilflank Wm. White EVENING C. EVANS Mayor. will be taken lilt re-printed country|
POST offer their nine> confwwd, sad the suturetbirg.tb.rin
F. A. wWhlnrton. cootaiued works calculated; to enlarge the 8clenc.-.o',
decreed
Establishment for sale. arc rdinljr.AIM
To a gentldraai
jurisprudence. *nd to elevate the
NAVY LETTERS. t.seWng'a small capital thij could AN ORDINANCE it u foitkcr orderou, tbat a copy oflhw order be character
I U. 3.:' Skip VandaUa. be made profitable. ,It has paper a circuLation .- To amend an Ordinance entitled "an Ordinance wblubed m tM| r"\IIICOIa Qujcctie once a week of evgrpfetsion, at an expense very muck .t
very tar fuar uuatbs A lees than e.ual coat of law books. T1 \
Caps TlMM. Webb 4'Lt. Thos. J. Manning for the regulation and tocceMi.eiy. e" Anm
rising 800 papers, with a reasonable government t lU. *. b.VLTZtll; Clerk the practitioner\ in the interior it is believed
; Lffc. F. Johnson 3, LL John Ora- of.the City of Pensacola "
hare of Persons Approved -
ham advertising patronage. If'117 he lU to be highly important. The coat of tte
Lt
Charles 2
C. Twaer Lt A. tt wishing purchase will be correctly inbrmfld June 8ta, 1827. ti
Fairfax Lt S, C. Rowan Capt Andrew Sec. 1. Be it Ordained English copies of the valuable work rs>
as to ,the concerns of the pflice, by by the Mayor Western
I RoallDr."J' A. Kearney 3, Dr. L W. directedto and BHl1Vof Aldermen of the City of Pen IHtt net of Florida. printed during the year which tennioatetwith .
I i Minor D. Walker Purser 9. Mid. B. L&- applying either! ofthe personally proprietors.or by letter, Mceto. That the City Bell shad be rung .t Superior Court, eambia Cooity, { the 1!\h No..is very little less than ttrfjr \

nlerf iMliVR. e. 'flutter i Mid. O. W. NORRIS & GITSINGER. nine o'clock P. M. from the tweniy-fus May term, 1J4. J dollar. The price of the Library daring,

Randolph* Mid. La Payetta Maynasd, Mid. j1 day of March until the twenty-first day 01 Lawrenceklitlaudun, cotuplaiaaat .. C that period i is ft* dollar
CJlarle ton \a16- tu.
,
. James ITCorolck Mid. J. W. E. Reid, September, and at eight O'clock P. M. from ,n t Material of the most valuable kind ,1s.. *
Mid.O.'Fatrtkx, Mid.O. J. W.Thayer, Leroy \$2U Reward.Escaped the twenty-second cUr of September anti Th ooluiow"heirs oTLiMis I deft*. c0TUsuequriuud bundant. and the arrangements of the n>

f H.'AD4eItoD, J. Cox 2. David Rambo the twentieth day of March in each Iud, de b.Vut scriber for obtaining all the recant etemeo-
Ames Anderson, Benj. Douglass, II. from the custody' of every year. ,* This day came the complainant by his lacy treatises of the English law press, _Ill

R. Skaats a, Oee. M.. .Louret. II, Journey, the auWrlbfer on name SBC. 2. Beit further Ordained That!! I counsel, and it appearing to die ulisfac enable the editor to select for the Library
I The WBliam*, B. Moflfet, lar-obC. Greener hut, a Negro Slave retailers of Spintuous or Vinoua Liquor ion of the Court by affidavit filed, that the the future works of severs! distingujahci!

,JL Franks, WnvKing, Wm. Bucket, SARI, about six feet high, shall close their doors within fifteen minutes, defendanu do Qot reside in the Territory: jurists, some of whOle'procluctJo have
Lorinf ITKliHiey. toot built, with a handsome after &herinCing'of the Bell at and of Florida. It is therefore ordered'uiat uii appeared during the present year, in other

(1.- &'.S1ip FalfltOUll& tate, mild countenance and a large ; very person offending herein, shall night be, fin less they appear here on or before the tent forma Whilst it ic the wish' of the pro

I Capt W. A. Spencer 9, Lieut W. W. whiskers, says he is the property of urge bdin a sum not exceeding five dollars: to Monday of November next, and answer' rietor to furnish the ProtwatoBrWMn

,. Armstrong 8, Lieut Robt Ritch, Lieu Jens, of Clark County, Alabama, and that ee recovered before the Mayor. he complainants bill of complaint filed the most important British elementary

I F. B. EUiion,1Je'L W.... Pearson 3, Lieut. lie a**. He ranaway from SEC. 8. Bt further Ordained That i It herein the same ill be taken lor confessed treatises upon Law, .in a form which: wiU
II t II. K. Tfcateher4.. Aet'g. Muter C. G. the employment of U. W. Creagh of said shall be the duty of the City Marshal, and anti the matter and things therein cen-; render them far leas expensive than works t t

Hunter 10 Dr. Wat. Johnson 6, Dr. II. county. I such assistants as may be employed for the tamed decreed accordingly. And it is fur of this description have hitherto been he '

8. Coulter, Wilson, Purser & Passed ALSO purpose, to patrol the street fifteen min titer ordered that a copy of this order be will not be unmindful, whentransferring
f Mid.,Charles a ,Bom ,8, MiL Wm. L. A Mulatto Girl, named ELIZA,Jhe wile eta after the ringing of the BelL and all mblivhed in the Pewacola; Gazette, once a them to the Library, of the importance QI

I Maury V Mid.AtecU'Bastes *, Jas. 0'. of Bald Negro Sam, says she is the abvw above the age of ten years found week for four jnontlu succi-sslvcly. availing himself of every improvement in
ithittneuy.Ml& 0. P. ''Baldwin 4 Mid. ty of the widow Craton, of Clark County, at arts during the night without goIng a A True Copy_AttoHt their mechanical execution which the

: Albert 8.;'Wbettter, MM: Albert Wad- Alabama and about twenty years old. '*' or a lanthora with light in it from GEORGE, F. DALTZELL country may afford. '
orth.8. Mid..Jas. W. Bracket *, Mid. The above reward wilVba paid oa delivery lift. J1a','or their owner or owners or, employer May 10 Clerk.. The Law Library" U. .pobfobed ,in
AimL'C.XSarBe> ''2, Xadook 'MeKiMW 6, of said Slaves, or Ten Dollars for the shall -confined until monthly numbers, royal octavo,,ot About
A. Lallmort W. Shermenttae, Thos. RobertsOB delivery either them. to the subscriber. In when they shall be taken before the morning Mayoi II tttern W>trict of Florida. 200 pages, at 810 per annum, payable inHdvance '

3, HVP. Otnutead, Dan Pease, Jr. Pensacola. and ntenoed to receive DOt'nceedin: ten Saps gt Coert, ecaubia Cevoi*. } and will be sent by mail to any
E. Green, a. D. Movlton, Ezra Green, JOSEPH SIERRA, D. M. l..hee. or ball be discharged according, Mat T.... 1834. ( part ot the United State ''No ,workrvwifl ,
PensacoU 19 18K.: 19. to C........ GoaiaWx A.wife.Mapl'ti.1MarsaretaJerdeU be that_ will_ ,IM .
8amI. Daffett 1. B Lecon J. B. Nellson, July the circumstances of the case.JOSEPH re-rfl-crlnted n not __ rah ieble. t*
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i I W.M.' Davta., John 8mlth,-Secg't Robt ''llu"na S19trte. -' SIERRA, .s'ikaLrirs ) jlaCuabeira eer11t"'ft'l, wherever hit ieai4engeDt
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Doddi, BeteL P. Hawkins, John M. E. Pre Idon.pro ten the Board of Aldermen. .f Thum.. Vw-a..d the de..... ,err. I the United States nay be. and no eipenn
EglMUM'William YirdT hetbyllvn li'aeeeD May 9th, 1834.Anoveo of J. Mc(}.,M(.let. al. I J 1 will be spared on the part of the proprietoro

--- .TTtt. 4 S si 81.' Louii.Captt. committed M..CRUPPER, Secretary. 11113: day nae the ct .pl UaH, Cerretlno I render his publication to tmrjr M. New U,' LtR. IL Morris, At.NOTICE"two SLAVES j MayaOti, 1834. Gawks\ aadtiapneMtale she aetirftctioB ofae worthy of extensive circwUtion
Paraded Mid.a Bwartwout' Dr. Euclid BorO. or JACK, C. "ayor. Court by tBd..rt fi ,d, thai a potties ef the JOHN ,a.UTTTLL,
,tend ,:P. 1I'CuIq.'PurttrJ, Serg't feet 4 inches bales of TboaM VillAKta, deesaeed, bow reside No. 11 Ceorge etreet, Phfladdphia.
''WUUant It ,; high' stout built, has a reuarkably large I ,AN OltDIDANUE: ict 1M State of_AUbaaa. tad that the. beire Uuba N. B. SvbMrr&Uont: will be' received.

N..U. Jf' N.KELLY, P. M. south and thick lips and is about 22 years 1 To regulate Bakers,and the assize of Dread. Mctioaegal she. rrtide wjtbMitih limits If cunmencing wni J jy 183i: : Tie early

"f age. I Sic. 1, Bt it Otkisedby tht MayorS the Territory, of rl.ride..d l. UM United UtaUe.t umbers of thja! year,.coauneMtef.
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!m ISAAC, is about five feet t Inches high, *,Bo awN Is. before j. .a dad cia
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i T ,.. and about 42 lean of age. They belong Peniacola, That the following tariff baQ of this Cwt lad aeswer. tile, kin the of awl UM tern.. were, upon the Egaitabl. Docb ia.c filM
0.... elf$e.aga m' c.." N lie u>Walter B. of Alabama, and have be the eUwUrdby wbkh all Bakers within 1 1 ..Umaats,M tbeoaeM witt be Ufeea for( eoarett s. dafaiM Converriott / Later. .
'Iat Ge CYy asaerta, eh 11N Mt Mee.d..1 been away from him better thai a month. the I1msI! 01 the City shall: be governed, as earn,and 14 matter aad ibiaS therein<' Ilip, ProutMr L te "I ttadTesaat ,

IM.ata/r tki.bw,a.rt, 1"11 apply IIIw the. .e- JOSEPH SIERRA D. M.fr :_ depend Mordiaaiy. Aid iHs hither .ide.ed LAw of Parlilu..lW. AlldLfabilWU J

sAllft7L4 0'ae..hpwM.Abil.Wabl.' Ir tC::> The Montgomery Advertiser, k requested "_'&h. pries of Merchantable Flour &Me.aH aftMiud.t PttWItW is the Fe.sae.ta oJ SA.erifi, U. of CbumanU a
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: Ie M.............TON.. elates. fd aeove to Insert the above and send II Iou doUa** per bane, each Baker abaCtwelve GM*
MAAOAlT ANN OVfKTON. the account to ihbvofflce for .,.fvaPynaacoia. gin katy.e.ea owacca o C good BreI4 IQI -...,. A Cep' Alteet. eared wW be seat,by Jia1bLW:. ..va..J1Nl,01
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C (A/dafaolu4t. July. aDd a half eot.. Mat 10 the United Stares July 2Jib.
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