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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 30, 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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I ISt3C Improvement r: of the; ;imitation; of"- the I Hrc, 1.1.: .'' ''fil frr4Arr enad'tel:That per month, coiuunrnruig; ;' un the first da) of sand dollars be, and the same is'- hl'tt'bl'- ap j
Hudson rim, in the State uf ='ewYork. the suns of ono hundred and 1' ciit>' iihic I I January, eighteen! hundred and ttllrt)'- propriatcd, out of any money in 'rf'I,
1UJ3E'. 'UllJSJfS: : dollars bo appropriated out of an)' nionc)'" three, Jury, not otherwise Appropriated, to itlmill
\ He it tnartf I by the Senate atttto.r of in the'l'reusury. not otberw i I'I(' .\Pptf'prlI I I \\illiun Hunt, nt the rate of cisht dojer the frigate Congress' and no part of, said\
[:CONTINUED FROM EXTRA] Iffprtientatittt t f the United Static .ifl ted, for t-oinivuMttuMi to 1.leuwlI..nl hare )> iiioiith, tommenriiifi on the best sum shall be carried to the surplus fund
For purchasing and planting trot and Intent, in Cuitfret* attcmblfd, That the i tins Ooriiin, for cairn KMICM. In 'l'hO-I I tiny e>f January, eighteen hundred and notwithstanding tiny general protMor
!nrubs for the Pennsylvania Avenue, and mini of seventy thousand dollar' ho, and the humlml and twcnty-nctm, the Mid ,I lluttv.hto. y in nil}' other act to tic contrary,
4; the public grounds, three thmisand doll ir,... name i is, hen'bv. appropriated, towards the ; baling been carried to the ourphis fund I I Alfred lluWwin\ lit tli" rate lr eighth dotlnts ArrRvitD, June 3D, 1KH.Punuc. .
For keeping In repair the public fire-on- navigation the lllllll"n ri\rr, and the removal from n.foriiifr uppmprUlloMAi |H'r month ronimrncing vn iho Bret
gins, two hundred dollars' of obstructions Ihero-n: ucconling! to 'i'not rn, June 3U, 1834 I ihof January, eightern hundred and [ No. 79..1]
For rebuilding the wall and ronMructing the plan submitted to the House: of Hejircncntatites that}". AN ACT granting pensions to several persons
a culvert and drain at the burying ground, bv the lJt'parllllt'IUlIr"ar, under [1"r.tI No. fOl I Mr 2. And lie It further enacted, That therein named.
one thousand nine hundred and mtysixdollars. date of March thirty, eighteen hundred AN ACT to protidc for the .1)'JIW'III offlnims llie inline of llunh husk t>o plane>I'I theiinnliiliveiKion Re it enacted b)' the Senate and Hmis*
and thirty-two, which cum shall bo paid I for Property lostenjuturcd.nrdes- 1 ; roll, at the role of MIX dul- of Ifcprcscnutltcsof the United states of
For the actual deficiency in the appropriation out of any in'one)' in the Treasury, not oth tnijed l h)' the *amen, white in the mili- InMptr month, to rouinii mace on the first America, iu 'oiigreM assembled! That the
,made during the last year for the fll'! f'f'I I Iso appropriated, and shall be rrpt'iutcd tar)' t>rrttPof the Patted states; uilvitig J day nf :Mnn, 1'lHhll'fll II'llIlrt'lan" \\\'.nI t+t-crt'Ury of \> ar be and ho ts hereb)' riireciwd -
closure of the public vault, and the improvement mid,>r the direction of UK Preiuleiit of the the Into war wish the lndiiui' till tin )'.nine. to pay out of any money in the
of the public burying ground,, United Stues.ArpRovtn frontiers of lllinoi and Michigan: Terril Arrnovrn, Juno 3i, 1'<14. Tieusur, not otherwise I appropriated, to i
one hundred and ninety-three dollars and June 33, IK)IPinuc. >'. I the !tC\'ralll'rICoh.. herclnalicr named, the
eighty-nine cents. I fIr it I'IIw',1 by the S.vutreend Ifoiitt of (i't'tit n', No 71.] amount of pen'Ion to cathonerftpertttrly i
For completing the water: work nt the [ No m] /'ijirtitiitiitiir if the United Stattn vfiHfriea ; AN .t("F million/me the eonstniction of abridge set, commencing at Ihe time severalty
President's house, the Executive buildings,, ,VNACTto authorize an extra: nos-ioiiof ,\ in (.ouyrrasnse.n.biedTluat nnjolfieer. IIrl(,..-* the i'utotnuCand peoialmg named, and fo continue etch one during
and the Capitol, one thousand and lift} -two I the Lcgi'latitc Council of the Territory field or stag, \oluntepr, rancor: cii all arts iiliiiidpn' "i"rd in relation Illt'rNu his natural life ; to wit j I
dollars. of I\'hllran., t airy or other persons rngaped in the err IU it Mueti-dl', )' the ",senate amid lln i>eolItcprexeniatiu Manuel Crcsy, at the rate of right dollars
For completing the furniture of the Pre 11-' it mafic I by the Si'ntitf and //o '.<-o/ ice of the I'niled States, in liar Into ram 'H of the I'liilctl Mateo otA per month commeflting on the Ant rf
sident's house, mx thousand dollar, /lipirtrithitirn uf the I'nilad! Ntatr vj palpus s against the Indian nn die frontiersof mi'r ir a. in ('IIIIJ1| r IIJls"t'm11It'1l, That the January, eighteen hundred and lhlri-or.
For excess of expenditures bevond the Imcricit in ('1m!!/.,,.* aiirmbM, That thr Illiiiom nnd MirhtKiH lNrrttorwho net cm n U'"l "An Act |'mot rdmng, for the pun JoKC),h 1 rimblc, at the rule of eight dollars ,
appropriations made by the late Comini. Lngislatnc Council of the Territory of Mi- hat a sustained damage Ilhoutan\' fault or chase. l I'r the Muted Mates, of the ifihln/: of per month, commencing on live first ofJanuary
sioner of public buildings during the 1 IHt i-hiffin. !lJI', and, horrhy is, authorized to negligence on their part, rwprrthily, l h j : die >\'a"IIIII1'I4.1IIrhl:!(' Coro.any, in the eighteen hundred and mhlrt dollars
j year, twenty-two thousand nine hunelrc,11and 1 'hold un extra aced hln, to coiiimcnoo "t such the lust of a horse, or neeocMrj' ct,tuipnc Utncl of t'ohiinlila. tumid fort the I''rllnnl.f Levi Drown, at the rate of right f
thirteen dollars and eighty-four cents 'I' time iliiriiiir! the present year ns the (5m rr m battle or It)' the lis' of a horse that w ni ,i pnlilu-I'lidiro tm the site then of," wlnthp.coied and sixty-KI i t'f'I\I'II'r month, conmirncinff
For erecting. a monument ntor the remains n >r of sail'l'erritnry m iv think proper; of I \\'lIIl11dt'll m hall h'. und ufirrwnrds lie of the M.iior-Ouneral! Jacob' I \\hich limp it hluM be his' duty to>gi\o the said wou 11"hil"* in the wrtier, or thii'j-two.. nnd the net t''oli and Ihirl) -uIlU,
"t Drown, one thousand dollars, the work tn, mombors ofsiul council due notice. I I'I w ho has "u amed d.iniago by m on of the tied An Act in rtlnttoii to the Poloninc Martin Parker, at the rate of f'lghl.lInr...
be done under the direction of the Secret' SEC: 2. AnJ bt it finlht-rtnaftf That fuss of any horse hkh, in ron'*q\IC'D"r <>f >ritio.." which imsrH Ihe sreond day of per month, 'ollllllell'lnR January first,
ry or War. 'I for the purpose of defraying the incidruttlexponit's the Tinted States failm: ( to ufuil>' m,lfl<'i<'nt Manchu, t'ichtten hundred and turt\-thne) ('lghtf'Cl1lullldn'C1l1l\d thirty
For the construction of an ormm'ntal nnd for paying the members of forage, while engaged aid wvirof !lie A hydrant of marble, for the west fountain the Legislative i CuniKil, for travel: and for or was uiu\\ : oidnbly iilwmlonrd end hat or \ M> mach of the former as nuthori7d lars |M'r month, coinim nring J nnar) first,
I who has sustained datunge b "on of the the urrha> til tin uf the tu-hing-- hundred and thirltlJoMph '.
in front of the Capitol, one thousand ansi \dditioiiil time 'm ployed as aforesaid, the \ ) ret t> >o light 'ighlc'fll
twenty-two dollars. iiuai of three thousand dollars be nut is I hn of any horse, bccaw-wi the rjdfir wins: dismounted Inn Iirkh:t' t'oinpa'i! )'. i liainU-rlnin, at I nr tats of set en-o
SEC. 2. And be it farther enacted, Tint: hereby appropriated( out of any money in a-id sa'paratcrt! from ).!. Lor1. and HI'(". 2. And I isa futtber enocte.1. That let'n dollars leer month, tommencinR on
the regulations of the City of Washington! the! Tro isnry, not otherwise Ol'lrol'ri.lh'd. ordered to do military duly oil foot, at a the Seem ctary: of ihcTi 1I11r\' \lu-, und lie is the first day of January. tlgutocn hundred
for the preservation of the public and Arl'n< \' June 3tJ, ISM.fPinuc. station detached from his hor*, or for Ihohws hereb} Ant ht'l ill'llll\\d rtlined( totditract vnd thirtytue.t'tuters .
j order, be extended to all the public price buildinjs of mieeessary: equipage |nrfonso iueiic for the le-toiiMruetion.\ mi the site of the Dncomg, at the rate of eight
I and of the loos of his horn all ijoreteid..hnll l>e prcM'iit hndate! I\rlfl i." i In' n\ir I'otomur, ofn dollars (ter month, eommcnclngon the first
the United States.public within grounds the, Cur belonging of Wartiingtou to- No. OS] allowed nnd paid the value thcVtof:.I'rvi'idnl. bridge on the |plan of ilmt niiKinnllv con- tU)' of January, eighteen hundred Mid
AN ACT authorizing tin purthisc: of liceark
That if any pa}'incut *hulls, ham tent ..lrllrlf'IlltWIf' )i) \\a-1iinpttiiillridgo tinny
I whenever the application of the frames for a frigate and sloop of HUT, made to any officer, soldier or'dlirf |ttin.is \iinpnin) ; Priiiiiltd i 'I'h.it the drawer nt Ainioxtn, June 30, 1834.fPmiic '
shall be ,
"ama by the Commissioner
requested!
and for oilier n,,\'ul purposes.it nforcx.iiJ for tho IHO find rink, or,fur lo- the !tomli<.rn ili.iuncl: of the clue to notIce c
of the public buildings. it emceed by the tinmtc antttpretnntaliret Il ui.eof rage after the death or abajUonmint of than ,,1..Ir''If(., t, IIIK! nt the northernruiiinil No. 70]
API-RIVED, June, 30th 1831. f the United Stales ufInitntd said: horse, said amount shall i.e deducted (. 11011 li-,,s limn thirM-fitc' fut ; thut AN ACT authorizing the St-crctor) of> l"f F
in Canjret anun'jJeil, Thai the from the value thereof, unlojiiiMid officer or "II.\C'I'| or t.pncc not ('xori:dinn, in nil, one Nato; smoke experiment for the safety
[PUBLIC. No. 63] I" Secretary of the Navy be, und he is, hereby !soldier or other person shall have satl,tied thoui:mil ';Inindred/ and l em vy It'11 of the of the Htcani ingmc '
I AN ACT to complete the iinprut cinents, on authorized to direct the procurement, the paymaster: at the time he aide the payment : shoal or ..hllal"| ', nit I.r vMUi the prtitini! lie eiiueml b)' the !Senate tired Moore
Pennsylvania Avenue.lif 1 Iii the usual iiio-U1! of n live oik frame for u or shall hereafter alley, b>' prouf bridge pns<4H, mi: 1'1' filNdi'pt I iy, amiliilembnnkmrnt tif KeprtHenlMtittsof the Pouted States of
,
it enacted by the Senate aid +eofltcprc.entatire.ofthe frigate to bv culled the Paul Join s, and aInc that he was remounted, in wMeh case, the in )iai't. If rout count 'oMdofearih Amoiica in Ombres* n ,cmbled, Thai the
U.aitedSfah-a of oak frame for u sloop of war to lie rul- deduction shall only extend to the time such oliduiKil b\' ilKi'umi the ri'I'r .N t'M lur)' of the navy IK and he is herebyuuthm.rizrd
_Imeiica in Cue?"eAf aiscm'jlcd, That the I'ellhe Levant and the sum of fifty thou ; ,,. to examine and
; : ortlcer. soldier, or other wood on channel; And pru\'iI/luh 'but the in und i.tnpo\\'l"t'\'d
following sums be, and they are, Itt:reby, nand dolliifjis hereby' appropriated, for person Kiiiiteiiiliaiikini'i.l' and 'h the im' din 1It'd by Uei jnmin
foot : Ami rut ide.l alto. That if onv payment tin' cost of the' MI< i tent uteam t ii (
appropriated, to be pal lout of any moneyin that purpose.: shall lint c been made, to any'o/nctr i re-const rnel ion shall not, tm the whole, ""- Phillips, (,PhUiidrlphin, and to said Phil-
the Treasury not othcrwuo appropriated, SEC. a. And be it further tnaeteil, That or so'dicr: on account of clothing, such payment : reed ono liiindrod und thirty thousand dollars 1 his| and sties other prrnomt as he may
for the following purposes : the district attorney of Massachusetts, and shall be deducted from the valise of -\\hkh MI in is hereby niproiriute| l ltlu.Tto deem proper to make the experiment.Hkb. .
j To pay outstanding claim-i for work the.Solicitor of the Treasury of the United his horse and accoutrcmiwinn Xirff uro"n\u>' : -. 1. And tie It futthtr enacted, Thata
done on Pennsylvania Avenue throw Ihuusanl Mi&i ." seven hundred and twenty dollars. to and required to dl'fen:1lhe suit niHiuuieJby the provuuoiu of *W.. aaeti.e, until Krr 3. Aral be it further enacted That SccriUr) of the Navy to examine and test
To finish foot pavements, entrances of the heirs of John IHrris. for laud connected bo beat evidence whlcb the nature of the the claims .f.Oralllcl' 11. Dibble for labour,,, such other Inijirottments in the same line,
tunnel or Mwer, *oA nido drains, three with the navy yard at Cli.irlvHtou! n, case will\ admit of, shall be produced before materialor any other expenses upon| the as may hereafter be prt'scntcd.nu for thaiemplo >wnurl'usc
..t thostiandseven hundred and!seventy dollars. I Massachusetts: in the courts of limit lli+tril'l, the accounting officer, hhewng the numtM-r said bridge, l I.eii"'t'('rtiiined 1>\ iheSeinlHr)' )' such person or persons ant >u
To repair the north end of Tiber bridge and with the aid of the Attorney Uimirulof I of ponce lost, in manner nforeftaid, the of the .1'rrusumy, as niurlj' as the uino rim ". > imi)" deem proper, and thai lie report
by casting a stone arofe over the broken the United States, to defend the same in time when lost, and the imnw of the own<'r. tie done, and U- laid I IK'fur (Confri nl It.next ... 10 l iigrc"ii an noun on stay be, the result '
part, and protecting it by a stone wall, one lao Supreme Court at Washington, if' SEC, 1. A.Ibe it further fnarted, Thm t, : M..illll. for it xnininiition: And the of fumy expetinicnt made .in pursuance of
;. thousand two hundred dollars. brought up by appeal or writ of error. any person who, in the Indian wars aforesaid Sicrtliry of the Tre.iMiry Is ixrihydiroettd'to thin mutt.Si.c. .
For expenses already incurred in removing SL-: ;. 3. And be it further enacted That I has acted in; the military xcn'ice of tho' pay linn jn the mean lime, 3. And be It further enacted, That
the dust an I mud from the surface of for completing and furnishing the hospitals United States' as! a volunteer or drafted inimilitiainan -I such Mini ax will reiwbtirhe to him Iho lie- for the purpose of cum'log thin act into
1 Pennsylvania Avenue, ono hundred ant at the several naval stations, the sum of MIX- and who ha* funiAhed himself I much loss uuctmrtel l by him, in making preparations execution: the sum of lave thousand dollars
forty-three dollars and seventy cents. Iy-fo.tr thousand dollars be, and the same with; arms' and militnry aeootitrcmonts, mind to conntrurt time mud tri ge- out of any money in the Treasury,
To keep Pennsylvania Avenue in repair: is, hereby, appropriated, out of any money ha sustained damage by the capture or de Prothltd the amount paid shall not exceed not otherwise appropriated, be,and is hereby
.four hundred dollars. in th') Treasury, not otherwise appropriated vtruction of the same, without any fault or I! twenty IhoiiKund\ dollars: and sail imineiit ; appropriated and placed at the disposal
Af PROVED, June 3Jih, 1831. 11 be expended under the direction of negligence on his purl or who has lost the ', to be made out of any money in the 1'r...- of the Secretary of the Navy.
the Secretary of the Navy. same by reaxon-of his !being wounded in the I'I| Miirv not IllI'rwi" u jiproprimr. APPHOUD, 3Uih June, 1834.
[PUBLIC. No. Gl] SEC, 4. And be it farther entirtetl, That service, shall be allowed and paid the ulue Aurovin. June W, ItrJifPuBitc .
AN ACT authorizing a road to be cut out the sum ofh"t'nt.fuurthou..alld dollars be, thereof [Pinw'No. 77.]
from the northern boundary of the Territory Jut th xainc is hereby appropriated, out of Src. 3. Anti bf it further untied, Thatin No. Tll l AI ACT to regulate trade and intercourse
of Florida, by Marunna to the any in i.iry in the Treasury, not otherwise all instance where any minor has been AN ACT iiuihorirc the sale of lots in the with Ole Indian tribe, and to preserve
town of Appalachicola! within the slid appropriated, for building two new natal engaged! in the military serviesas IIfttn'MIIld, town of St. Marks, in I'loiulu. peace on the ercm 1If'.....
territory. magazines at the navy: yards Charleston, during the Indian wars aforesaid, anti w tie lie It enacted by the Senate and llourr lie it enacted by the Senate and lloiintileiireieiitatirti
lie It enacted by the Senate an I house MaS-4at'1HtI/n". and Hrooklii, New York. provided with a horse, or miipmcjU, or of Rrppe!,,*iititiviii! : of the United' Stales bf of of the initnl Stattt f
of Representatives of the If tile t S'a'et ofAn'riealn.ConrretiamemMf'1 Sec. .. ,*nd bf it further enacted, That with military accoutrements. his parentor America, in ( 'oncrc** assembled, That the I Jlntl ice in Coitere't uttewiWetf, That all
That the the sum of forty thousand dollars be, and guardian, and has since dere&wd, without Pn i iil President of the United Suites be, and he I is, the sim? is, hereby appropriated, out of any paying for mid property, und lit.'Mino hereby, nuihoiiTvd to direct the register Mississippi, and not within the Stale of
hereby authorized: tocaus to be surveyed, money 11 the Treasury, mt otherwise ap was loot, captured, destroyed, or abandoned and recriu-r of thtsTallahnwrelaiiddMriol Missouri timid Louiwmna, or the east of the
marked, and located, a 'route for a road phropriatel, for the building of u naval store in the manner before mentioned raid to BKikenuluiit jiublie aurtiuu! of one: fourthof Mut-ixKiiipi ri\rr. and not within any State
from the line which divides the State of parent or guardian shall be allOtPdip'ay the lots in the town of "'t. Marks, in time lo which the injian title has not been extinguished
Ala'Mitu from the Territory of Florida: by Sec. 0. ,ifbe it further enaete Mirianna: in the county of Jackson to the the sum of seventy thousand dollars be, in other cases, and tin furthir proof that of the Siirvvjur (mural of surd Territory be taken uod deemed to be the Indian coim-
,. town of Appalachicola, on the bay of App t- and the same is, hereby, appropriated, out he I is entitled thereto by having furntfhcd n. won as prut'rwnblc after tin pawogt of tr)'. ,
lac hlcola,In said Territory; and uvlieti said of any mo'iey in re:Lsury, not other- the same. this art \lJKIII gulag mute uionUis public Me 2. And, it further tnarteil, That
survey, and the Anal location of sit-l real wis>*, appropriated, for the building of two ..Sec., And be it further rnacled, That notice of atd mile.AIIIIUVLD no person Khali be permitted to trade with '
shill be made: if he approve the same, he Ii small: vessels of war, to l be rigged HS brigsor the Third Auditor of the Treasury ndjudi- Juno 30, IKII. army of the Indians (in the Indian country)
hereby! authorized to cause it to be cut out ; schooners. ut tho discretion of the Navy cato and decide such claims a. may U |>reHeutid w nhout a license therefor from a minerfntendcot -
and for that purpose the sum of twelve Department.Sic. against! the United Staves, under Die (l't'sm.tc. No. 73AN .] Indian affairs, or IndUa gent,
thousand dollars be, and the same i is, hereby 7..4 111 bf it further tnactfd, That protisions of this Act : |'rovi tI ltNl I, That A appropriated( of any money in fie tie sum of four thousand fire hundred dol- which exceeds the sum fit t"I) ; for t term not exceeding two year for the
Treat ry not otherwise appropriated : tare: bc, and the HJiincjs, hereby, appropriated hundred dollars, instead of deciding the lie it e'ndlf'flly the S. hate and llou" tribeseastof the MUslsnippi. and not exceeding
I Provided, That the mid road ulull lie cute out of any money in the Treasury, not same, the said Third Auditor shall report| of Repn-Kentutntm( of the I'mtcd Stair of three years for the tribe west of
out by contract, and that no moray nil,ill l he otherwise appropriated, for the repair of the whole of the proof to ('outrun, al its America, in rongrrfs "enibled, That all AMt river. And the person applying for
paid, at any time. on account thereof but the damage occasioned by the late gale at next session, after taking and closing such deeds or lin-iriimcni" in writing fur the such lint'uac ,.h.JIln bond in penal sumuoletetrding
on the certificate of an engineer of the army the navy yard, Urookljn, New York proof and he shall have tlflWt'T, by coimtiluilng transfer If' "fiiriinu.nt of e."|.y*MPHI I", beinijuroted Ate thousand doUara, with,... ..
of the Uulted States, that the mid rood his: HI:".. 8, And be it Jurthrr cnnrtfd, That a commission, or otherfoe, to lak! or lIC'illII1wll'flg"11 in sorts manner" lint or more sureties, to be approved by .
beta faithfully constructed according to the nun of eicbtJhouiand dollar bo, and testimony in any ran where he Ilblll:i think W the terms of such contract.For Iho same I... liorrby appropriated, out of: the HiU-rf.i. i/I the I'hitfel' Hfotrn ic>fJ mrti h). law to be proted m'ram'know It'd.. that such pcr on will fattbfu1Sy observe all
the survey of a road from.TalUhas- any money in the 'I rca+: ury, not otherwise I further testimony to be taken: ed in the state or district, shell and may be the laws and regulation made for the gov-
1 sea to Capo Florida, five hundru.i'dollars.For apropnatcd, for the repairs of the marinebarracks Sec. ft. And l bo it further ('naeted,1'b&& recorded in the office where the orleuial irnmcnt of trade and intercourse with, the
a survey of the East paw into Appa- ut the different stations, and for any sum of money, to any amount not exceeding cop) right i III th-ptmiu-d and recorded ; and Indian tribe, and In no respect violate
Imchtoola- biVk: and ,river, to ascertain the erecting an hospital at head quarters." two hundred dollar no allowed every sticn uetti or insinnneni .L mat. shall 'the name, superintendent of the district,
practicability and cost of removing ob- SEC. y. And be it further reecho Thatno by said Third Auditor, shall be paid by the I at any time hereafter be made and executed hall have power to revoke and cancel theme
Btruction and improving the harbor, fitc part of the balance: of the appropriation Secretary of the Treamry, out of any mo lust w hi-t-halt not tar proved and acknowledged ... vvhrncm, the person licenced, shall,
hundred dollars. heretofore made to rebuild the frigate the Treasury, not othcrwim upproprated. ai>d rtcordoil aii aforesaid, within in Ills opinion, hap transgressed any of the
APPROVED, June 30, 1834. I wcdonian: and not yet expended,shall be misty clan after its. execution, shall Lc laws or regulation provided for toe cov
carried to the surplus until. one year after APPROVE;, June 30,1KM.PCBUC. judged fraudulent and void agiiiml anyubMqiwnl ernmtnt of trade and Intercourse with the
PCBUC. No. 05] I the said frigate shall be launched purchaser or morletgee for valuable Indian tribes, or that It would be impropt -
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AV!" ACT to mark anJ open a road from Sec. 10. An I be it furtker enactedThat [ No.7(1.] eonsiilrnrihm, w lihout notice.. r to permit him to remain in the Indian
the sum of two thousand seven hundred be frirthrr enacted That' rountr And no trade with he lAId tribe
Little Rock in the Territory to certain >cr- Pie 2. And it )
Columbia to AN ACT j
I pensions
s of Arkansas. and ten dollars and seventy-live cents be, granting therein Milled the ehrk of mho district court shall be i'nilOi ball be carried on Hbln their boundary,

Be U enacted by the Senate ana IhiUf and the amine is, here appropriated... other.wise out. Be it enacted sons by the Senate and IIouM ,,l tit Much fee for pcrfiirming the IIl.'rvl- except at rcrlwi milUbto/ : and convenient time
of in >, not and mini red n* he laces to be anlfntted: from time to
of Repretentatitei of the Unite I StaltA'ne.icll any money of Representatives of the United Stale *f raw here';n outltorlrcd + ,
That appropriated, towards building a like wrvirtit b the iiuperlniendiBts, agent,, and uba-
in dnfret atte.n'ttet, : i America in rong/eu a*"'mbkd. That tl eSecretary is entitled to for performiiiff )
And
: wharf at i'cnsroula.: of the ( ..hed tv be lnirte in the ftDIe.
the sum of ten thousand dollars be, and Thai of War be, and ke is, hereby authorized under the e\luting low' gentaand
th"l of the granting
furtfatrttl4t't",1
I j S..r 11. A.JI.- it khaJl be the duty person
of .
same hereby I..*, appropriated, out six thousand donors and directed to pay to ,he'II4Icl4I1 States.AFPHOUD such licenses forth With to report -
inonay in tho, Treasury, not otherwise appropriated -,, a sum not exceeding is herf'by. appropriated person herein named, a pension at ,the Rune 31), I 131.PiBin. or art the oJJtl4f to the CommUrioner, of Indian
and the same
be same
of marking and time earhperson's """
cutting oat,a for road the from purpose Columbia, In Chicot I I out of any moneys in the Treasury, cite not rate and commencing name, respectively at the, and to set continueduring to I [ No. 74.1 Main, .tor hls approval or disepproSfC. -
otherwise appropriated, to purchase a for rebuilding the filg I. t.1.
of
Bock In the territory AN.ACT to provide
county to Little hU hte to Thai
'' the yard at Brooklyn,New York, MtorfJ j 3. Abe 1& ftrthernuetrd.
under the near navy ate Congress.
Arkansas, to be expended Francis Juobs at the rate of eight dot.I
which to erect marine barracks and omce I enacted the-Senate end House ny.uf>efliHflavdnil. oracentmarrn\lK'aA.
of the President of the United dlru'I' on on the first day De it by
tion lars month commencing if be UMtmned
Prorided That the present per of for ft license lo trade,
quarters: f of of the tTpltrd l States application
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June 8 1834. > and Representatives
APPROVED thirty- of
hundred
shouldnot of January eighteen i a
site or one on the h/Mpttal grounds, America, in Congress assembled, That the that the appUcanl ftrton
(Petua N<.. 00.) I be found so useful and convenient for I two.Dazlce Porter, at the rate of- eight dollar ram of one hundred and eighty-one thou character or thai H wpold be Improper,

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i Improvement of the lunimtion of the i r Src 1-J. Ami be tt further ritartr/,-That 'r per month, eominrnriug; ; on the first day of-send-- dollars be, and the mme-is' --hereby----appropriated I

Hudson river, in the State of New the Hum of one hundred and hut cnty.utac January, riKhteen! hundred and thirty- out of any money in the Trei. i'
S3tS1\D3Y: 131J13'NJrSG.: York. I I dollars be" appropriated out of any moneys i three Bury, not oth'IIIf'II'pnll.rlat.lo uliiull ,
He it enartfl by thr Senate unit J'u.tt' of in tho 'I'r-asurnot other i 1Of' appr >pria- 1 William Hunt At the rate of eiuht dollars ]- the frigate Congress, and no part t>f said st
tcojITINCED FROM EXTRA.] I, tt'l>re.ientatins /the United Ntati ,J| ted, for ruinpenmtlioit to l.icuw-iunt 'I'homis )>er nuitiih commencing on the first sum shall be carried to the surplus fund ,
For purchasing and planting treoa nnd America, ill Cuiigrrt tcmblnl, That thesum | Durnin, for extra i crt 1t'H. In eiuhteenhuudretl tiny of January eighteen hundred and notwithstanding nny general proU-loi '"
shrubs for the Pennsylvania Atomic and I of itevpaiy thousand dollars be, and the mind twcniv-HCien, the mud cast. I llnitvtwn.Alfred in any other act to the contrary.
the public ground, three thousand dull.irs. same is. h'rl'b\'. :appropriated, towards: the :''hating been carried} to the Mirplus fund lluklwin! at thus rale of eight dole 1lnrs ArrnvttD June 30, 1KM.PUBIJC. .
f For keeping in repair the public fire-engines navigitioiiof the Hudson ricer and the N'- from n former npprnprUtion. per month romnieiiring tm the first "
two hundred dollar moral obstructions therein! urrortltnir to | Arrnoxrn, June 31, 1KM.AN I ihof Janunry, eighteen hundred and [ No. 73.] .
For rebuilding the wall and constructing : the plan mihmittcd to the House of Representatives I I II thnly.Sie\ AN ACT graining |*u lon.i to several {>cr- '
a culvert and drain at the burying ground bv the Department of War, tinderdaieof I [." ....,1:. NG. ft9l I 2. And lie It further (ennrted Thnlihenniiie sons therein nnmcd.Be ,
one thousand nine hundred and mty-mt i: .Starch thirty, eighteen hundred ACT to provide for the payment of of llunh\ Luck l>e plated on the' it enacted by the Senate and Hotisf
dollars. and thirty-two, which sum shall be paid elniins forproprily lost,cnpturs.d, or dl'''-.' 1I1\1llhllJ4'nion| roll, at the role of nix dollars of ItcprcscntathcBof the United states' of
For the actual deficiency in the appropriation out of any ni' ney in the Treasury! not oth- tro>"ed l h y the enemy', whole" in the military 1 |is-T month to cunuutuce on the first America, iu CoiigreM assembled Tliat the
made during the last year for tile enclosure crwlsc appropriated, nnd shall expended Kcrxiccuf the l nited Sutrn. during day lor Mart' lehtit: n IIIIIllr'lanll I"'tn- Secretary of NN ar be and ho Is, hereby die
of the public 'vault, and the improvement under the dir'ctiott of tin President of the the late war wi-h the lndiuuaarlou tie Inine.Arrnorrn. rated to pay out of any money In the
of the public burying ground United Stile frontiers of Illinois nod Michigan: Terrilor June :!t11'(1, ," Ticusury, not otherwise appropriated to
one hundred and ninety-three dollars and APPRO in, June 3-1, ItOt.Prune. >'. the Mtl'rallll'rltOn. hertlnaltcr named, the
eighty-nine cents. //,. it tnnrtiil ly the Senate end Ihurt t>f (l'iniir. No. 71.] amount of pcn.'Iou; to each Ontl'C'llpt'fh.Iy I
For completing the water work nt the [ No. 07] lft]>reienl President's house the Executive: [ buildings. .VN ACT to authorize an .extra "1',101"r .\mrrira<< in Cviufi' and the Capitol, one thousand and fifty-two the IjCgiMatitc Council of the Territory otHeer. field or utafl, volunteer, rangerca nil acts nhi'mh- passed: in relation thereto.IU natural life ; to wit j
dollars. of Miciuc.in. ulry. fir other persons, engaged in the er- < it cu.ctel1,)' the Sinate and lli,u-coi Manuel Crcsy, at the rate of right<< dollars !
For completing the furniture of the Pre 1 //,. it tiinfteJ by the Senate and Ifouitaf \ ice of the I'nited States, in the late cam HcprrsriitjtiM'H: of the I'mied<<1 Males o( : per month commenting on the first cf
sident's house{ six[ thousand dollar: /lipirtrntiititi'i if the United State ttjlimricn. paifftis against the lodmns m Hit frontiersof Anuriea, in Congiess..isiternMeil< . For excess of expenditures: beyond the iii DmerfM asn'mblerl That the Illinois nod Michigan Territory, who net eiiiitleil "An Ail providing for the pur Joseph 1 rimWe, at the rule of eight dole
.f appropriations made by the late Commis-- I I.rgi+latice Council of the Territory of '.1L- hate sustained damage \\ithoutany (null or ehnse. l\v the Tinted States, of the rights of lane per month commencing on the first of
stoner of public building during the I.i->t rhidiii, lit, marl hereby I is, authorized to negligence on their part, rwpect'itily' bj :j the Wnt'hni"tcii IIri ; year, twenty-two thousand nine hundrc 1 1 I hold! an 1'1lrl1l1c".j'ln: to commence M such the loss of u horse or necessary equipage; District of Cohiinliin.: nod for the ('1'\.t'lltlnl.f Le'llJro\, al .the rate of right doJUr,
and thirteen dollars and eighty-four omit:+. ,! lime duriiicr! the present! year ns the (:o''r- in battle or h)' the less: of a hon that answunndesl a I'liMu-l>ri'e! on the site thereof" which and sixty-mi ('1'1I111tt'r mouth commrllclnR
1 For erecting a monument OUT tit re I III >r of n.Ud Trrritory iniv think proper of in battle, mid ufierwnrds died ol ''s.meted the foiirtinith dny of July, c'ilZhl't. on the hrai of January, eighteen hundtia
mains: of the late Major-Goneral Jaeuli i I which tnni it shall be his! duty togi\o the said uouut while in the twice; orho hundred and 1111t'I\\! (>. and the net entitled and thirl) -onv,
i t Drown one thousand dollars, the work In members of" iul council notice. a has unstained damage by tft'OIiIIC the An Act in relation to the Polomne Martin l'atl.er.ut the rate of eight' dollars
be dine under the direction of the Secreta !Sr.c. 2. o'tn.1 In it further enaftffl. That loss of any hon which, in ronntoiucnce of bridge! which luisffd the second day of per month commencing Jnnuary first
s ryofWar. for the purpose of defraying the incidental the ('lIil'd1:1h':4! : failing: to supply) MJlflvicntfomge Manli eighteen Jumdred and tliim-lhirc, eighlecji uundreU and thirty.U .
For the construction of an ornwntal !I expends, and fur paying the members of while engaged In said tamer, hydrant of marble for the west fountain the Legislative Council for travel and for was uiutoid.ibly iiltAiidoned. Mut h.i or so inmlMif. the former as nuthori7td per month pvininenelng Jnnnar fin,
in front of the Capitol, one thousand ami adJitiiMi.il time employed as aforesaid, the who has RUM!dined damnge by rct"ou of the the purchase of the lights of the WII >h lljt- fighieen hundred and thlrt y-three.
twenty-two dollars. sum of three thousand dollars be OIK! is loss of any horse because the rldor was: dismounted Ion l&tillc C'OUlI'OIl] )'. Just'ph IhainUrlain.at I the rate t.f set en-
SEC. 2.- And be further ennrted, Tint hereby appropriated, out of any money in and .separated (ruin life horse, and Src./. And IM u further enacted. That teen dollars per month, ronuneiiring on
the regulations of the City of W uhtnJlOll.tor the Trcisiiry. not otherwise al'p'ol'ri.ltl'd. ordered to do military duly oh foot at a the Secrelnry of the Treasury, l,,\ and lie is the first day of Jaauar- )', Ighuru Itundrnliul
the preservation of the public and Arrnwro, June \ : station detached Onto liis hor.,. or for the hereby mitlioii/ed requucdIs'controct| ihirly-lwo.
order be extended to all the public peace buildings 30-1.1:4. loss of necessary: equipage, dntomequiic! for the re-eoiititruction IOn ihe slue of the Fiaueis Dncoing, at lie rate of eight
r and of the loss of his horse as formin. Minll l United.gates ground*, belonging to [Pi-rue. No. 08] I allowed and paid the value thttt ofi. Pr'urid. n bridge on the plan IIr stunt oni-innllv cons il*) of January, eighteen hundred Mid'
the within the City of Wo h-
AN ACT authorizing the purchase: of .'sl. That if any pa)'mm! vhiJV haw 'cnmnde strutted theme l>>' the >\n'lnnpt >ii Bridge hillY
whenever the of the
ington
shall, application oak frames for a frigate and sloop of 11\1 to any officer, soklicrorSjhff' Jwriionns Coinpnnv ; .'r.., iI'd. Tint the tlrowrr. Mlih AI-I-HO\U, June 3o, 1831.Lk .
bs
Tams! the Commissioner
requested by
and for other n.i\ul purposes. nfores.ii.l, for the acme nnd risk, or.f.>r fur <' southern channel nf the rner l>c not
I ; of the public buildings. Of it t'IIllI.te" by the firiitttean't Iltuifnf rage after the death or abaMmimiut.. of lens than MXIV-XIX fu I, and ut the northern [ mite/No. 70.]
APPROVED, June, 30th 1831. Il"prtlllllf'lfit<< f the Uiiitetl Stales uf 1 1.tllteri..a said: horse! said amount shay i>e cif'llurh'drrom chamu'l111 los tlr.iii lhiri">"-li\ e fl1 t ; lust AN ACT authorizing the Secretory *>t time
i' in Cungreit \ [PUBLIC. No. C3] Secretary of the Navy be, and he is, hereby soldier or other person shall Live wiiixficd! thous'ind: I AN ACT to complete the improvements on authorized to direct the procurement, the paymaster at the time he ande the payment shoal or t-hoiiN. nur vhith'iho prewntbridge it tnucted by the Senate and House
l Pennsylvania Avenue. in the uijal unit,', of a live oik frame for u or shall hereafter hev, by proof, pasts, in.iy !1'1' tilll d tip ly a nolnleinbnnkmeiit of Hcpresentntites of the United Stales' of
lif it enacted the a.id tltiueof '
by Senate frigate to bv culled the Paul Jours, and uIIM Hint (heNieiur
:
that he was remoiutted in which case, the in pllt'l.lf rotneiurnt, mind' Anioiictt In ('onprcn n" cniblcd
ltci>rc entatite. of the. Uuitu..I States of oak frame fur u sharp of war to lie 1'01-1 deduction shall only extend to the t imewickortlecr. Hid of ('arlh, olitaineil h>' its'a',:hug time titer )' of the uay U- and he is hertb)'
.America in Con re.t' assembled, That the led the Levant ; and the sum of fifty thou soldier or other person, wned on channel ; And proU'lcil! nisi, 'liut/ the i'n. authorized and rinpowered lo exsniiuo and
following sums be, and they are, hereby 'sand' dollar its hereby appropriated. for foot : And prorideii also That if any payment tire cost! of the said embautmnnt and .Mich test use steam engine datiscd by list Jeinln
appropriated, to be pal i out of any monev that purpose. shall have been made, to any officer re-C'oll4lnll'lioll! shall not. on the whole, excetd Phillips (PhUudelphia, and to Mid Phillips -
in the Treasury not othcrwuo appropriated), bee. :.'.. Aiul be it further enactiil, That or so'dicr: on account of clothing, such payment : one liimdretl and thirty thousand dollars and Midi, other prrKinn as he may
\ for the following purposes : the district attorney of Massachusetts, and shall be deducted from the value of -\\hkli sum is! hereby npproiirintedthuroto deem proper to mnke the cxi>crliiicnt.Hkb. .
To pay outstanding claims for work the Solicitor of the Treasury of the United his' horse\ and accoutrcmMtMt vtfturnid- nut lit any IHIHITV' lu the '1'1>'''") :. And be U further enacted Thata
done On Pennsylvania Avenue, three thuu. Hlate, b%mnd tUvy lire, ""n- ) .",\,..,...>l r>l Jii7utrrThst no C'lala\llllballl1f" utii..wed not hitherto appropriated. discretionary cr be vested. in time the
f" sand seven hundred and twenty dollars. to and required to defend the Mint nioiuuifj under the provision of .U. tti.m> until Her. '3. And be it further muted That hern'l.r) of the Navy to examine and test
To finish foot pavements, entrances of by the heirs of John Harris, for laud connected the best avideucv whtch the nature of the the claims! of Ornnjif 11. Dibble for 101.our. such other lniiro\tmrnts in Ihe same line,
tunnels or sewer, and ride dmini, three with the navy yard at CU.trkHtoun, case will admit of, shall be produced before materials, or any other expense upon the us may hereafter Lr pmtcmcd and for that v
.. thousand seven hundred and seventy dollirR.: issachusctts: : in the courts of thin district
t Gcucrutl the accounting officer Hhewiig the number said liridt;!'. IK- n: To repair the north end of Tiber bridge.by and with the aid of the Attorney of horses I lost in aforesaid the arl ihe
manner of the Treasury, us in' ) as Hume enn limy diem proper, and that he report
casting a stone astir over the broken of the United States, to defend the tune in time when lost, and the name of the owner. lie done and U- laid IK.for* Congress nl Itsnext lo I'ongrcp as noon as nay be, the result
part, and protecting it by a stone wall, one the- Supreme Court at Washington, if SEC. 2. And be it f"r/aN'rnort"" That MHMfon, for it exaniinntion. And theSuritary of tiny r.xpetinicnl trade In pursuance of
thousand two hundred dollars. brought up by neal or writ of error. any person who, in the Indian war afore of the TreaMiry Is bf'nhydil'f'C.'II't1 thisurl.Si .
For expense already incurred in rcmnvinf St.1;. 3. And be it further enacted That said, !has acted in the niftitary service of the l to pny /linn, in the meantime, ,c. 3. And be it further enacted That
the dust an i mud from the surface ofPenn..ylvvnla for completing and furnishing the hospitalsat United Slates, as! volunteer or drafted mi- mull MUIII ns will remilmrHC to him limit ueluul for the purpose of currying tins art into
Avenue ono hundred and the several naval stations, the Hum of ou- militiaman and who has furiixhcd himself loss ihcuntd by him In making preparations execution, lie sum of nte thousand dollars -
forty-three dollars and seventy cent ty-fo.1f thousand dollars be, uiid. the came with arms and military aceovtremeuts, and : lu coiiMinict the acid briilRe ;- out of any money in the Treasury,
To keep Pennsylvania Avenue in repair, is, hereby appropriated, out of any money has sustained damage: ny the rapture or dcutrucCion I Provided the amount |mid shall not exceed not otherwise appropriated, be, and is hereby -
four hundred dollars. in thJ Treasury, not otherwise appropriated of the same, without any fault or I twenty thousand dollars, and sail ) meat appropriated<< Mid {,lat'N"t the disposal
APPROVED, June 3Jth, 1331.POBLC. 11 be expended under the direction of' negligence on his part- or who has. lost the I to t>c made! out of any money in time Treasury of the secretary of the Navy,
the Secretary of the same by reanoivolhw-fJeDig wounded in the I not other ie' ujiproprlalrd.n. ArmuvcD, 30th June, 1834.
[ NO. Cl.] SEC\ 4. And be it farther enacted, That, service shat}tie allowed o/id paid the value\ Aa.t'IIII\1 June 30, Ittfi.fl'oBiic. .
AN ACT authorizing a road to be cut out the sum of twenty-four thousand dolltrslle: thereonfiec.3. "" I (PvLLtc'. :;o. 77.' ]
from the northern boundary of the Territory alai th tame is hereby appropriated, out of No. 'TV
An,! be it further enacted. That ] AD ACT to regulate trade and intercourse
of Florida, by Mananna, to the any IIIIaf'Y in the Treasury nut otherwiseapproulcd in instances: where any minor has been AN ACT nuthori7C the sale of lots in the with the Indian tribes, and to preM'n&lIf'ace
town Appilachicola:., within the saidterritory. for building new natal of "'I. Marks in Florida.
; ? engaged! in the military IIf'nke nforeHaUl tow n on Ihe frontiers.
magazines at the navy yards Charlestown, during the Indian wars aforesaid and w its Be it enacted by the Senate: and lloure lie it enacted by the Senate and llowttt
Be it enacted by the Senate an I nous* Masssaciusetts! and Brooklyn, New York. provided with a horse, or cruipmcjU, or of Rrprettil.itiv of the United States of of llH>retHtatirti of the United Stain nf.Imtiictf
of Representatives of the Uu'te ISfa'e* oft SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That with military accoutrements, by his parent I America, in ( 'ongrcMS assembled, TbM the in Congress assembled, That all
An'ricu in.Comrre iaviembfal, That the the sum of forty thousand dollars be, and or guardian, and has since deceased without -1 President of the I'nited States be, and he is, ihut part of the tinted Slates west of the
President of the United States be, and he is I the sani1.is hereby appropriated out of any aiiihori7v direct the register of
: 1 paying for said property, nd the catno hereby, to MiH"iN..ippi, and not within the State
hereby authorized to cause lobe surveyed money I.' the Treasury, not otherwise appropriate : was lost captured, destroyed, or abandoned and rrccner of the TallalutlJll'e landdiclrirl Missouri and Louisanna or the east of theM
marked and located 'route for a road 1, for the building of u naval more in th'' manner before mentioned paid to make nulual public aUl"tiou. of one (uuvlhof "lssiiipi river and not within any State
from the line which divides the Slat of oh i p. parent or guardian shall be aiioardpay the lots In the town of St. Marks, in time to w bieh the Indian title has not been ex-
Ala'>ann from the Territory of Florida, by SEC. 0. Ami be it further enat'tel, That therefor, on making satisfactory proof, as Territory of Florida, according to the plums tinjfiuMicd, for the purposes of this' act,
Mirianna, in the county of Jackson to the the Hum of seventy thousand dollars be, ,I in other cases, and mho further proof thathe of the SHrvvyur (f'neral of wild Territory, be lukcn nod deemed to be the Indian country -
town of Appalachicola on the bay of App!- and the same: is, hereby, appropriated, out U entitled thereto by having furnirhcd ns noon ni |l'rs; (manage of .
.. lachicola: in said Territory; and when said of any money in the Treasury not otherwise tins same..Sec. this art UJMHI giving tao IJI.IutltI.uhti., .. Stc 2. And be it further tnartetl, That
survey and the Anal location of said roadshall appropriated, for the building of two fjul mile.AnnoMD l trade with
4. Aral be it further enacted That notice of no person tJiall be |>ermitte< to
be made, if he approve tho same he is small vessels: of war, to l III' rigged as brigsor the Third Auditor of the Treasury luljudi- June :30 1KII. any of the Indians (In the Indian country)
hereby authorized to cause It to be cut nut ; schooners, ut the discretion of the Navy cafe and decide such claims at may U presented wnhout a license therefor from a superintendent

and for that purpose the sum of twelve Department.Six against the United Staus, under Ihe [I"'III.le. No. 73)] Indian affairs' or India agent,
; thousand dollars be, and the same is, hereby 7. AvUie it further enacted That provisions of this Act : ProKiwi, Tliol AN A('T Miiiplriiieninry to the act lo I or subagent which licence vliall be Issued'
( appropriated, out of any inaaey:: in tUe the sum of four thousand the hundred dollars every claim which exceeds the mini tit tw o amendcrul n latne to 1'111'j rights. i for a term not exceeding two yean for the
Tress ry, not otherwise appropriated : be, and the H.UIHis, hereby, appropriated hundred dollars Instead of deciding the Be it t'nnPIf'dly the H iiatc and House tribesraxl the Mississippi, and not rxreeding -
Proeided, That the said road shill lx cutout out of any money in the Treasury, not same, the said Third Auditor shall report| of neprcKcntuMmi of the Limited States of three years for the tribes WIIIoC
by contract, and that no mousy shall l he otherwise appropriated for the repair of the whole of the proof to Congress, at its America in ('001""'''' assembled, That all list river. And the person applying for
paid, at any time. on account thereof but the damage occasioned by the !late! gale at next session, after taking and closing such deeds or Instruments in w'riling for the, uch license ..hallfp) bond in penal sum
on therartiflcateofanenjineerof the army the navy yard, Drxklyn, New York. proof; and he shall have itowcTi by constituting transfer ,.r alignment IIr ropy rights, being exceeding Ate thousand dollars, with
of the United States, that the said I road Ins: SB8.. And be it furthrr tmictrd. That tags to be approved by
a conunls inn, or oUierftbit, to uroted or Knowletigeil' 'el in such manner as one or more sureties,
beea faithfully constructed accorlmj to the MUIII of eight thousand dollars be o. and testimony lit any cast where he she'.l think deeds for the eonveyanee of land are required 1 the person issuing the same conditioned
the terms of such contract. the acme is hereby appropriated out of i time liilereiilIhe L'liilM Misses injuirv I')- law In be proved "r arkcow ltd lK- that such person will faithfully observe all
For the survey of a road from Tullahas- any money in the Treasury, not otherwise. further testimony to be taktn. ed in the state or district fKall and may be the laws sod regulations made for the government -
sea to Capo Florida, five hundred dollars. upropnatcd for the repairs: of live marine 1 SEC. A. And he il further enacted That recorded in the office here the original' of trade and intercourse with the
For a survey of the Ev pass into Appalachicola barracks, at the different stations, and for any sum of money to any amount not exceeding cop) right is i poniU'd and recordedand!,, Indian tribes, and In no respect violate
bay: and river, to ascertain the erecting an hospital at held quarter two hundred dollars no allowed, every such deed or Instrument that shall' the name. Mtpcrlntendent of the district,
practicability and cost of remoting obstructions SEC. tf. And be it further enacted Thatno by Maid Third Auditor shall be paid by the at any time hereafter be made and executed tall have power to revoke and cancel the
and: improving the harbor, time part of the balance of the appropriation hecielary of theTreai-ury, out of arty money and which thai not IIC proved and arkmtw- same, whenever the person licensed, shall,
.. hundred dollars. heretofore made to rebuild too frigateM in the Treasury, not otherwise appro ledged and recorded as aforesald,1tll1n ,In his opinion, hat e transgressed any of the
ArraovCB, June 30, 1834. rPaauc. iccdonianand not yet expendcdshall be priated. I hilly dB Its exefullon, hall tejudgid laws or regulations provided for the goy
I carried to the surplus. until one year after APPROVED June 30,1KU.PoBUc7No.!' fraudulent and void against any eminent of trade and intercourse whh the
No. 03.] the said frigate shall be launrhed ttubM>qwnl purchaser or mortgagee for valuable Indian tribes, or that It would be Imprc-
[
AV ACT to mark ant open road: from SEC. 10. An I be it further enacted,That ( 70.] consideration, Shout notice.8re. pi'r to permit him to remain In the Indian
Columbia to Little Rock, in the Territory I the sum of two thousand seven hundred AN ACT granting pension to certain persons 2. And be it further' enacted nAt 1 country And no trade with the said tribes
of Arkansas.Be and ten dollars and neirenty-lJve cents be, therein u caned. the elrrk of time district court shall be entiflKl shall be carried on within their boundary,

it enacted by the Senate and llw and the sum is, here appropriated... out Be it enacted by the Srnatc and Houseoflleprcccntatiiesof to such fcc for performing: Ike serricts except at rcrlala *iubl* and convenient
of Repretentativtt of the Unit I Staff ntA of any money in not otherwise : the Tuitcd States ..fAnvtica herein authorized and reiinired, an he : ,lace;, to If designated from time to thae
ntric in dnfrei aite-n'ttel That : appropriated, towards building a in Congress assembled\ That the is entitled to fur performing line! services by tW' superintendents, agenta. and t wharf lit Pens: Vlol. of the .',altedHtal..1& and to be inserted lp \lie linDIe. And
the sum of ten thousand dollar be, and the Secretary of War and be if, hereby authorized under the t\kiting laws Jcnt8t
hereby M, appropriated, out of anymoney I I ,; -. 11. ..<*t be it fu.rtfter'ntUt"lt.Tha\ and directed to pay to the-aescral it haD be (tie duly of the persons grantingor
name thousand dollars h with to report -
six for
soch Ucerwrt
not otherwise appropriated a sum not exceeding the .b''O\tD dune 30, 1 31.AN. ret Ming \
... ItMho Treasury, persons herein' named, a pension, at of Indian -
and the is hereby, appropriated UM to the CommlaMpner
IAIM
the of marking and ,i be, suns the time set to uhPft'IOft.'s
for purpose rate and commencing at
in Ihe Treasury, not tot its or disappro"tirc -
cutting oat a road from Columbia, In Chic! out of any moneys site name, respectively, and to continue [Pt.'liUI. No. nl Aftalrt, spptovsl
otherwise appropriated: to- PUf'f'hall8. for rebuilding the ii-
Bock in the territory of .ACT to provide
county to Little Brooklyn.New'ork, during hU N&urllliC, i to. 3. Aiibelt further eluted That
under the direction near the navy yard at Congresn.Be .
to be expended rate of dollars gate
Arkansas: FraneU Jacobs at the eight ,
of the President of the United State on which to erect marine barracksandoffl.eeA' commencing, on the first day It enacted by the Senate and House any.i>j>eUtend jJ. or agent aarrnUK'aG
month, Ube la
Proridd That the present per of for Tkewe. to trade
quarters ; of the Putted States application ft
APPROVED, June 33 1834.: situ. or one on' the hospital grounds, should of January, eighteen hundred and thirty Representatives Amenea.ln Congress assembled" That the satisfied that the applicant U a person of

rPuauc N< 60.) not be found .o useful and convenient for two.Dazl Porter, it the rate of eight dollars sum of one hundred and eighty-one thou- I bad charactpt or thai It would be ilapcoj;es..

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1'' living the Indians elsewhere trader his license shall be revoked and his I .An net to provide foi the prompt settle I
or
to permit him to reside in the Indian.country among accounts" approved Fcbru aiJ i3i1III: $J3.ti1D1( s.;.
or if license, previously granted lo within the territory of the United Stales,' bond put in suit And it shall moreover ment of public and i
hundred
shall carry on a correspondence by letter lawful for perlOnln the service of ary twent>'-four, eighteen
such aplira hn \been revoked: or n lor- any thel I of the act .lucUon Sa\e.
fciinr-'of bf>'+11 I decreed.. But an appeal or otherwise!, with any foreign national United Slates, or for any Indian to nineteen ; the eighth section into cflectreaties /
t miv he had from the' nent or the mipcrintenlent power, with an intent to Induce such for and destroy any ardent spirits or making appropriations to carry neural Indntribes WILL be sold on MONDAY 29th Sept
!" th" CnmmtgeioncroIndivi. Af- eign national power to excite any Indian found ia theJndian country, except military I concluded with : by order of the syndic of U.
nl furs ; ml the President of the United nation, tribe, chief, or individual[ : to war supplies, as mentioned in this rxMionSrc therein mentioned, Ol'"ro.dlArch! the C. ForMth of New-Orleans!, LOT No. 12
j Hiite: .'1 ill beaithome I, whenever in hm against the United States, or to the violation U. And be it further enacted, That three, eighteen! hundred and nineteen ; on the Public Green, containing HO! fret
opinion the public interest may require the I of any existing treaty i or in case any if any person whateter shall, within the second motion of the net to entitled continue"An In front by UJ feet in depth. Terms 00 days
CaroIn prohibit the Introduction of goods citizen or other person do alienate: or attempt limits of tb. Indiio: country, set up or con force fur a further tune the n1 credit IIENItICJfELET, I

or orl\11 plftl\jlar'!\ article. into the country to alienate, the confidence of any; tinue any duOillary for manufacturing ar- act for CNtihlisluug tradinghousn with the. Aug. 30, 1SJI 25 Auctioneer. I ION
belonging to any India tribe, and to Indian or Indians from the Government or I dent spinU, he shall forfeit sad pay a penalty Indian tribes, and for other purisosec'ttpproved
direct licenses\ lo trade with men tribe to the United States, he shall forfeit the sum of one thousand dollars [ and it shall March three,eighteen hundred and SATURDAY the 6th of October
bo revoked. and :ill applications thereof to of one thousand dollars be the duy StipcriHtendeat of Indian nineteen ; an ail to ani'nd an fist entitled at 11 o'clock A. M. I hall offer

be rejected;an 1 no trader to any other tribe hcc Irl And be it further enacted, That affairs, Indian agent or subagent. within r' An act to regulate trade on intercourse for lease or sale, in front of the Court Housein

flh.1III\ ) long ." rich prohibition mi> continue where, by the commission, by a white the limits of whose agency the same hall 'I with the Indian tribes": and to pre"'neI'a'o this city, the following property, or so
tral" with any Indian* of or forth" pc/son, of Ally crime, offence, or misdemeanor be set up( or continued, forthwith to destroy on the frontiers, approved thirtiethof much thereof as will pay the corporation
trihoe.galnst which such prohibition Islssueri., within the Indian country, the and break up the hflmci and it thall be I March. eighteen hundred and two, approved of Pensucola for taxes due thereon, tip to

j, Sec. 4. And' he it further' enac'cd, That property( of any friendly Indian U taken, lawful employ ttte military force of the .May fix, eighteen hundred and I he 31".t day of December, 1834, unless the
any'person, other than an Indian who shall injured, or destroyed, and a conviction i III United States in executing that dUI>'. I tttu ; ,and an act providing for then Indians taxes are paid to the subscriber before the
i attempt to reside in the In"lian country asa hid for such crime, offence, or mtsdcmca Sec. 22 And ba it further enacted, That incut of an agent for the Osage day of wile, together with all costs end
Ira let, or to intridue- good, or to trade: nor, the person so convicted shall be sentenced in all trials about the right of property in west of the State of Missouri and Territory charges
t therein without such license, shall forfeit to pay to such friendly Indian to which nn Indian miy be a party on one I of Arkansas, and for other purposes, approved ] JAMES CAULFIELD.No. .

all merchandise. offered for sale to the Indian whom the property so! taken, injured, or side, and a white person on the other, the May eighteen, eighteen hundred 201-1 Lot on Homana-btrect, amount '
;{ *, or found In his possession and !shall' : destroyed And if such offender shall be burden of proof Ml rest upon the white and twentj-four ; the third, fourth, and of fixes $0 25.WIDOW .
moreover forfeit and pay the sum of five unable to pay a sum at least equal to the person, whenever the Indian shall nuke fifth HCCUOIIS of" An act alienable the Incident CIIRISTIN.
4I hundred dollar i just value or amount, whatever it shill fill out a presumption of title in himself from to hold treaties with certain India 63-1 Lot on Day lcn- tre t, amount of

I, t SEC 5. And be it further enacted, Thai short shall be paid out of the Treasury of the! fact of previous! possession or owner- tribes, and for other purpose*," approved taxes $0 75.
r no license trade with the Indians shall the United States: Provided, That no such elup May t".cnlyfi\'o, eighteen )hundred amtwciHvfour JOHN DONELSON.

be granted to any persons except: citizens Indian shill be entitled to any payment, SEC 23 And be it further enacted, That ; the second ,portion of the 87, 88-2 half Lots on Cuna-gtrect
4 Y of the United States Provided, Tint the out or the Trevuiryof the United Mates it shall be lawful for the military force (If Ait to nid certain Indians of the free 99, J04-2 Lots on do.

President shall be authorised: allow the em for any such property, if he, or any of the the United t9tss 'o be employ in such nation in their removal to tile Nest of the 225, 3G3, 3C4, 202-4 Lots on Romana
i ployment of foreign boatmen and interprc nitiou to which he belongs, shall hate manner and under such regulations as the Mississippi! ," appro'dJay: twenty, sigh- 267, 263, 303, 3M-I do. on Drue-street

tore uuder such regulation U he may: prescribe sought/ private revenge, or attempted to President! may direct, in the apprehension teen hundred and Jtventj-BIX ; and an art 300, 318, 319, 3'JO-4 do. on Garden-sf
t : obtain satiftfaetiou by any force or viI)- of every person who shall or may be found to authori7c the appointment of a sub.sgent 3W, 311, 312-3 do. on l:1nreza-: ...
SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That: lenaa : And provided, also, Tint if such offender in the Indian country, in violation of any to the tn\nbago; Indians on Hoik river, 313. 315, 316-3 do. on do.
if a foreigner chill go into thn Indian country cannot be apprehended and brought of the provisions of this act, and him immediately approved! February twenty-flic ('IghteclihuwJr'd 38-1-2 do. on Ccvallos-st
without a passport from the War: Department to trial, tin am unit of such properlY shall: tto convey from said Indian mad thirty'-one: Provided howev 40-1 do. on Reading.

the superintendent, agent, or be paid out of the 'fp asury, as aforesaid country, in the nearest convenient nnd ever, That such: repeal shall not afftil any 4, 7, 8, 10-4 Lots on the Suburbs
subagent of Indian affairs! or from the of !Nrv 17 And be U further enacted: That safe route, to be civil authority of the territory right:. Rl'qlllrcddr punishment, penalties, 13, 14,15,10, 17, 18, 28, 41-8 do. on do.
fleer of the United States cimrmmding: the if any In'li lu or Indians, belongi to ani I or judicial district in which aid person or forfeitures incurred, under chimer of he 44., 43,. 44, 57, 58, 59-6 do. on do I
nearest military post on the frontiers, or tribe in amitywitltthe United State, shall, shall bolt found, to be proceeded againstin nets or parts of acts, nor impair or affect 2 arpens near to the Spring.
1 shall remain intentionally therein after the within the Indmn country, take or destroy due course of law; and also, in the c\, the intercourse act of eighteen hundred and 16 du. west to Casa Dlanca.Amountof

expiration( of such passport, he shag: forfeit the property of nny person lawfully within animation and seizure of stores, package. two HO tarmac the Mine relates to or s end pay the sum of one thousand, dollars such country, or shall puss from the Indian and boats! authorized by the twentieth Indian tribes residing cast of the MisHissippivAnd FOSTER.

; and such passport shall express the country into any State or Territory Inhabited section of this art, and in preventing the provided, also, That such 70-1-2 Lot on Government-stroct-a..
object of such person, the time he is allowed by citizens: of the United States, and introduction of persons and property into repeal "h",11lwt: be construed to revive any : mount of taxes $>I 00.
a to remain and the routo he in to travel there take, steal, or destroy: any horse, the Indian,country contrary to law ; which acts or parts of ocbt repealed by either of JAMES L. GORIE. '

BBO. 7. And he it further enacted, That I' horses, or other property, belonging to any persons and property shall be proceeded the acts or sections hfircjn described 10-53 feet on Church-street-amount of
li if any person other than an Indi in shall, citizen or inhabitant of the United States, against according to law Provided, Thatno SLL.: 30 And) be it further enacted, Tim I taxes **>0 U 1-2
,r within the Indian country, purchase or rucene !such citizen or inhabitant, his, representative person apprehended by military force, until a W'extern Territory hall be established WM. II. HUNT

of in the way of barter attorney or agent, nny make application as aforesaii, shall be detained longer than tIe two agents! fur the Western Terr 320-1 Lot on Florida Dlanca."\

trads, or pledge, a gun, trap, or: other article to the proper superintendent, agent] five days after the arrest and before removal tory, OH provided in the act of organization 44-1 do. on Reading I amount il'\
q commonly feed In instrument of husbandry or suit-agent! who, upon being furnished And all officers and soldiers who may of the Indian Department this day approved 95-1 do. on Cuna-sireet. of taxes }

+ : or cooking iKenslU of ths kinJ comm with tho necessary documents and proofs, hive any such person: or persons in by the President! shall this day execute 1 arpenon the suburbs 1 j &0 3Ci.
lily obtained by the Indians: in their intercourse shall: un for the direction of the President, custody, skall treat thent with all thc 11U' the duties of agents for catch tribes as may 80, 81,81 83 7D- LoU on do. t
1 with the white people, or any mike application to the nation or tribe to inanity which the circumstances will pos- be directed by the President of the Uiiitet 'MATTHEW HANNAH.

other article of clothing,. except skins or which said Indian or Indians shall belong sibly permit; and every officur or soldier States And it shall be competent for the 258-1 Lot on Palafox-nt

fn-,, h1 shall forfeit aId ply the sum of for sitisf: ,iction; and if such nation or tribe who shall be guilty of maltreating: : any President to assign! tooncof tn e said agents, 368, 300-2 half l lots on the Day-:s-
L ,(fc M fiftylollarsS shall neglect or refuse to mike satisfaction, such person while in custody, shall suffer in addition to his proper duties, the duties! mount of taxes $1 25.
,:c. 8. And ba It further enieted, That: In a reasonable tim, not exceeding twelve such punishment as a court martial shall superintendent for such district of country C1RV1LLG LESSASSIER.
p ::1'1'i if any person other thin: an Indian; shill II11Mth:4: it sh ill be the duty of until superintended direct. or br such tribes, as the President may 357-1 Lot "on Intcndcncia-ktreet ,

within the limits of any tribe with wh.>.nt agent, or sub.agent, to make Sec. 2i And be it further enacted, Thatfo think fit And the powers of the superintendent mount of taxes SI 00.ANTONIO
l.t 'le United States sh ill have existing! treaties return of his Beings to tho Commissionerof : 'the sole purpose of carrying thin act into : at St. Louis, over such tribes as MIRALLA.

I hunt, or trap, or lake and destroy, any Inlian affairs! that such further steps effect! all that part of the Indian country may be assigned to such acting superintendent 281-CO feet on Intendcncia-street-amount -
peltries or game, except for subsistencein may be taken as shall be proper, in the opinion west of the Mississippi river, that is! bounded shall cease: Provided, ''hat no additional of taxes $0 75
the Indian country, such person shall: of the President, to obtain! satisfaction : north by the north line of lands assigned compensation shall be allowed/ for FRANCIS DALDERAS MALDRUE.

forfeit the sum of five him,Ircd dollars, and for the injury; and, in the mom time, to tho Osage tribe" of Indians, produced''' such IIt'rviccl. 165-1-2 Lot on Florida Dlanca-amount

forfeit all the trap, guns, and ammunitionin : : in respect to the property so taken, stolen, east to the State of Missouri! : west by the Arrrov-ED, June 30th, 1831 of taxes $0 Itt 34.
his possession, used or procured to be or destroyed, the United States: guaranty to Mexican possessions! ; south by Red river JOHN MOORE.

+ used for that purpose. and peltries so taken the party so injured, eventual Indemni- and east, by the west line of the Territoryof 157-1-2 Lot on Intendencia-street-amount -
SEC 0, And be it further enacted: That: fication : Provided, That; if such injured Arkansas and the State Missouri, shall A TOAST HELPED OIT.-At a Fourth of of taxes $0 12 1-2D .
I if any per101111h:1I1: drive, or otherwise convey party: his representative, attorney or a- be) and heresy is, annexed to the Territory July celebration in Dehwsre county, I K. PIERCE.

", any stock of horses. m'lies, or cattle i gent, shall in any waYb violate any of the I' of Arkansas; and that for the purpose where General Root presided, a militia I 26-1 Lot on the Day'-amount of taxes
to range' or feed on any land belonging toa- provisions of this y Making or attempting aforesaid,the residue of tie Indian country Colonel who was sitting next to him, was $0 17
I !-J ny Indian or Inlian tribe, without the cnn* la obtain private MtUf,u-tian or weatpfpaid. QMiasiDpI rtv be, and called upon for a toast Not having prenara 12.MERCED VIDAL.
i cent of suck tribe, such person shill forfeit revenge. he shall forfeit all claim upon the crony is, auaxed: : to the Judicial fltstnci mmseii onore hand lie was wlltne pUZ- 131-TO feet on Intenaencla-atreet ,,
the sum of one dollar for each animal United States for such indemnification: and of M .o\11\,*%*;foe the purpose aforesaid, zled what to give. He thought a minute, mount of taxes SO 18 34.
of ,such stock provide also, That, unless such claim the several portions of Indian eountry east tin.. finally concluded it should he mme- RAFAEL VIDAL.
i Sao 10. And be It further enaete, That: shall be presented within three years after of the said !Mswtssippi river: shall be, and thing of a military nature ; but precise! 240-1-2 Lot on the Road
the i Superintendent Indians ATairs an 1W I the commission of tho injury, the sunc are hereby, severally annexed to the Territory what he had not fully determined, when he of taxes SO 12 12F Wpring. -amount -
shall be barred. And if the nation or tribeto in which they are situate. arose and thundered forth, The T.
Indian agents, shill have authority to remove Military COMMA: Tax Collector.
from the Indian: country all persons which such Indian miy belong, receive SEC. 23. And be it further enacted, Thai of our Country : May they never want Pcnsacola, Aug. 26, 1834. 25
found therein contrary to law; and the. an annuity from the Umtod+ Slates, such so much of the laws of the United Statesas -here he helltatedmay they never '-
President of the United States is' authorized 1 claim shill, at tha next payment of the an- provides far the punishment of crimes!! .anl"-here lie boggled_" they"e\'er The Tenaacola \\crasc ,
to direct the force to be ewployeJ nuity, bj deducted therefrom, and paid to committed within any place within the .ant"-here he came to a full top, And ,
s in such removal military. to the party: iiiiired| : and, if no annuity is sole and excUsive jurisdiction of the United looking imploringly at the President, w his CORNER or PALAFOX AND ROMANASTRECTAV

SRC. U. And be It further enacted, That payable to such nation or tribe, then the amount States, shall be in force in the Indian pored 'What the d-1 shall I nay I > 'ill be opened for PUBLIC
of the claim shall be paid from the country; Provided The same shall not extend ncxt ?' And never be wonted," return'dthe i a. ACCOMMODATION on the lit
Treasury of the United States: Provided to committed Colonel. Thus of
any crimes by one Indian against they made between September, by
That nothing heroin contained shall pre- the person or property of anotherIndian. : them a toast, which neither of them, and JOHN GARNIER.

dian tribe, or shall survey or shall attemptto vent the legs apprehension and punishment :, perhaps nobody elno, would originally have August 30 No. 25
such lands or designate i : any of of any Indians having so olfendcdHrc. Sec.'20 And be it further enacted, Thatif thought of-reading, when put together,
the survey boundaries marking, trees, or other 19 And be further enacted, That I any person who shall be charged with a as follows: "The Military of our Country District of IVctt Florida,

wise such offender shall forfeit and pay the superintendents, agents, and sub-agents, i iwithl. violation of any of the provisions or regulations -'-May they never WANT, and never be SUPERIOR COURT: AT PENSACOLA.
the of thousand dollars. And it .i their respective districts, be, and of this act, shill be found within WANTED)," At
sum one
Chambers August 26th 1834.Geor'e .
shall, moreover, be lawful: for the President are hereby, authorized and empowered to i any of the United States, or either of tho Knight complainant ,
take deposition witnesses! touching any Territories, such offenders be there .
of the United States tak*such measures I may -----,8. (
depredations within the purview of the two I apprehended and transported to the Territory A few days ago says a French paper, a in Chance.
and to such military force, The heirs
employ preceding sections of this act,and to admin- or judicial 1 district, having jurisdiction traveller from tandrecies', on arriving at of Jose Antonio Mt- f ry.
h* Judge to remove from ralla d
as
deceased defendant's
may necessary
,
J
Valenciennen .
ister an oath to the deponents. of the sime. was undergoing the usual ,
the lands as aforesaid any such person I as Seo 19. And be it further enacted, Thatit Sec :27. ,And be it further enacted, That search by the officers of the Customs when IT appearing to the satisfaction of the t '
Aforesaid shall be the of the the brigadier f who was Court, that the defendant's in the above -
duty superintendent, all penalties which shall accrue under this standing by,) observed
Sea 12. And be it further enactel Thatno named
I \ agents, and sub-agents to endeavor to procure act shall be sued for and recovered in an that a dog, which kept close to its case do not rtaide in Florida,
purchase, (grant; lease, or othea con the arrest and trial of all Indians accused .. action, of debt, in the name of the United master, had hanging from the under par but in the Island of Cuba. On motion of
veyance oftand., or of any title or claim of committing offence misdemeanor of its body the end of some fastening the complainant's Solicitor, it Is ordered .
any crime, or States, before any court having jurisdiction string or -
thereto from In Man natlna tribe of
or that
i any publication be made in the
and all other who of Suspicion arose the animal newspaper
persons may the seine (in any State or Territory in ; was
Indians beof ralldidityin
skull Uworrqnitv
1 any have committed crimea 01 offences within which the fefandant shall be arrested or seized and closely examined, when it wonliscovered printed at Pcnsacola, once a month for the
unless the sinn ho made by treatyor State ana have fled the that instead of bVmgihe space of six months, that unless the defendant's ti ,
contention entered into to the any or Territory, to found,) the one half to the use of the informer long)
pursuant within
Indian either the haired poodle it appeared to be'lt six months answer thecomplainant's
country by demanding and tho other half to the use: of was a
,
And I if
constitution.
any person, not em !same of the chiefs of the tribe smooth haired beast Bill, the same will be taken
the ,
artificially
proper or by United States, except when the iiivebtec"wjth
prosecution
United I'
under the of the
Toyed shall authority snch! ,,, such other mans as the President may authorize shall be first instituted on behalf of ,the coat of,. poodle, between which pro confcsso, and the matters thereof decreed -
attempt to negotiate Ir -
and the Promdcnt direct the the and its body were concealed ith ingenuity accordingly. (Test)
v it- may: United States, in which case the whole great -
) with
ty or convention directly to treat
military force of the United States to be shall be to their use 30 yards of Mechlin I art'. The GEORGE F. DALTZELL, Clerk.
such of Indians for the
title ny or nation or of tribe land br them, heldor employuJ ii| the apprehension! of such Indiana i Sec 28. And be it further enacted, That master walt persuaded by the by'cotandcrsto PriiNicola, August 20th, 1834.

claimed purchasd such any shall forfeit and also in preventing or terminating when good* or other property shall be seized deny all intimacy ith the detected c--

and one, thousand person dollars: Provided hostilities between any of the Indian tribes for any violation of thin act, it shall be nine smuggler, but he refused, and the Transylvania nbeirr.it.IEDICAL .
pay 8c. 2J Altl 1 bo it further enacted I traveller committed with him
11' That was
nevertheless, That it shill be law. lawful for the person prosecuting on behalf to con -
I i fat fir the agent or agents of any State whomay if any person shall: call|, exehauge} or give, of the United States proceed against! I finement :\ DEPARTMENT.

bj p' ..sent at any treaty held' with Indians barter: or dispose: of, any spirituous liquor such good or other property, in the manner Tilt: LECTURES in this institution
I or wine! to an Indian (imp the Indian country directed to be observed in
under the authority of the United the case of commence, as usual, on,the fret
+ t .Bwt.lq the nresence, ani 'with the ca.a ,) such person shall forfeit and pay the goods, wares, or merchandise brought into FOR TilE PCWACOLI GA<''IRT'CE.: ,\\I, i1inj in November, and terminate on
pl'fatio'nt ihs ewnlssioner or coronals- sum of five hundro4, dollars ; and if any the United State ia violation of the revenue THOSE BILLIARD DILLS the first Saturday in March. The cone
shall ;
person introduce, or attempt to inroJuce laws. .
es
arc:
aioners of tbs United States appointed to I
hold tha sires, to proptso to, and adjust any spirituous liquor or wine into Seo. 30. An'J'be; it further enacted, That ... new son;, to au old, tune. Anatomy\ and Surgery, by Dr. DUDLEY.nttituttt .
r the Indian
t with the Indiatts. the conpensatlon to he country, except such suppliesas the following acts or part and part of acts Tao,, billiard ball! those billiard balls r of Medicine and Clinical Practice
shall be
male far their claim to lands within such necessary for the officers! of the hall be, and the same are hereby, repealed Oi many an ear their ra'tln' f.Us\ ; by Dr. CALDWELL.
, United Stales and troops of the service, under namely: An act to make Amid YO"Ih. and and
State which shall be extinguishing: bv treaty.. the direction of the War provision: relative age manhood play, Theory and Practice of Physic, by Dr.
Department, to rations for Indians, To wile the teJioo. hours
See.: II And be U further enacted. That and to their awa/ Coos.ObstetlIc..
5 -ch person hill forfeit and pay: a sum not visit! to the seat of Government
if citizen or other eecidinq! within approved and Diseases Women and
of
any person
three hundred dollars AM ram: anJ
exceeding and I ifsly joyous rth,
; May thirteen rapid jots
eighteen hundred
the Unite States or the territory there an act to AtleiHj cacti Children, by Dr. RICHAUDSON.Matcna .
sup3rint8iidant of Indian affairs Indian happy. skilful itrok
of, shall send anr talk, spend. message, or agent; subagent! or commanding: officer regulate tribes trade and intercourse with the Indian And loud the knowing marker call t Medico and Medical Botany, by
letter to any Indian nation, tribe chief or 'of a military b to and to preserve peace on the Each arum upon the billiard bells Dr SHORT.Chemitlry .
u reason .Uol- frontier
put: <
individual, with an intent to produce a con 'poot or is inform that white approved March thirty, eighteen and Pharmacy, by Dr. YAHoru -
,
travention Infraction of any treaty or ion or Indian is about to introduce any per-hasntrolucaJ. the hundred and two; an act supplementary to Sewnoe.'tel.l, the oqaal milch. _
other law of Jhe. United States or to disturb or act, pawed thirtieth.. March, _eighteen. Cheers n'" hit-comicmB.cub "tcnltk,," During the entire term, the Professor of
any spirituous liquor or wine
the and of the United hundred and two t u ana AM laajht.r eoarti th. ;pch.lq' and times
tranquility Anatomy lectures
peace Ipre.terve Surgery nine
Into Indian: country, in violation of theprovisions t -ilb"the Indians i 3 trib;r
ereour e Wbur roll the
States, he shall forfeit and pay the sum of thU: section it shall bo lawful s,pprove rattling billiard ball I each week, and the other Professors dally,
,
of two thousand dollars. peace oa the frontic-m, Sabbaths excepted. The fees to the entire
for such superintendent, Indian agent, orsubagent April And Iha 't will U _'Un ,.
I.
twenty-nine o.el
Sec. 11 And belt further enacted. That / eighteen hundred and TboM ( course, with matriculation and the use of

4 C If anvr citizen, or other person, shall carry such regulations, or military as may officer be established, agreeably by to *!? nt1n act for the Punishment of AM tboa ratUiatM W| .B|dash will each rill rental roll l on.cal'' the Library, amount to 8110Th gradu-
and offences!
or deliver any such talk, me wags snsech, ho Provident of the United States, to cause Indian committed within the l'UIIe.r ao njor. tnoe billiard bail.I tion fee is 820 J
7 letter, to or from indVin nation boundaries, approved March three
or any the boats By order of the Faculty. J
stores and of
packages, places ,, K1LKOUVER.PORT .
tribe chief or Individual front eighteen hundred ana seventeen the Dean.
< or to-anv such to be searched and if ; first C. W. SHORT DI .
person any I and second sections of the 1834.
or persons whatsoever actdlrectinthe 24
person residing such Lexington, August I,
wineis found
the
spirituous: liquor or ,
manner of
within the United State, (1'0:1nr appointing Indian
or to
: any agents, and OFPEJf&lCOLJl
gain ti, boat, package*, and of "
f subject, citizen or ar nt of foreign peltries continuing \et establishing trading
u any
such persons shall be seized ana deliveredto house cU m 1Pmn a <
power or 8ta'' knowing the contents with the Indian tribes," approved
thereof ha shall forfeit and pay the sum of the proper officer, and shall be proceeded April sixteen, eighteen hundred and eigh- IHarfnr Intrliffltncr.Departed. .
on. thousand dollars against by libel in the proper court, and teen\ an act fixing the compensation of In E'Xee.ua.t
orfutel., o'le-half to the use of the informer .
dian
BBC. 13. Ani belt. further enacted. That agents and factors, approved April
citizen other and: the other half to the use of twenty, eighteen hundred Schooner Charlotte, Mack, New-Orleans
and
if or
any person! residing or eighteen ; This Office..2.
the United States and if such .
j person is a an act supplementary to the act cn tJt'4 20,000 feet Lumber, by J. Quinn.


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with the name of the "weanr owner upon can defend ably They should htvc: tin Tlip strinpe! oftkl'l\1st ran to help him to her, xvlnch' fhcwas pmtivJid to sign,

v 13lS': .$ iC cD iL 3. I them, million I" assert fearlessly their heiiimatiauthontv ,' up) asking, a thousand pardons for the w hit h. HS liter as she ran recollect, w as as

-- .. ', .. mind that still higher "'rlitudE'i unluck)' I"low w Inch be veined hIIn)'-. followsM ;-
.: Hut to return the
to editor of the
SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1811 new i that can ab-t.iin from evea a doubtful rxrr:ing that he w'us no carried emt of liuiise bj I )' dnr 'ir,-I am so unhappy at
HfrttM: \\e Wih him snei"e*>s. M c wish ', tint Muriel knew whit In,' home. 1"11I1111",1...
riof jxiwer lie JNIJW i'ka1afciict niofhrer I lie Mor) IK ) > ill hy my father. that
O>EOfour ub rib;; who ha.---mor much that this section of Horfda would would I If one that had tMVrrtakeianv wus about ; but as ho glanced at his vutim; I anundudd lothrow injhclfon ) onr pro-

regard for truth than courtesy, mid, the assist! in patronizing his labours. Too little I jwirt in \htieiil ee'nhlictc. Hi't t\U; >nl:' I drllPing" nh thr ilrrgsof brand)' and air, liTlioiu ami if ) ou will h,' M kind as! to

other day, in our hearing! that the pipe communit( of interest has, hitherto ha lit f"r that oil nt' can Mdom if ever nnisliimctive with bits of I hil'I'II, rg!:". protect flueI proun-s tu do an)' thing ) ou ft ftI
) : in buck a govfrnraeii' .s i>ur..- '! aud fish bom, the ghee hit tJioiu1 in hue nn ark into uic in ruiiin "
was filled, of 181('. with lie it enacted tit felt b>' the Eastern and Western portions :I 1 ill with i his Paiiiiiuni Ioh adds hush ,
his tiU'DISC.in hardly Itocinnc Hokmun t hI eves ngrrssl \ecidingj) pro ( ) her to go Mr
enacted" He I is a regular reader of the of our Territory In many respects, the I tl\l' I't''plc[ as \oiiiinand their I" I''M. tended sorrow and |>eiiiionoe. Tbi' IIIMIIS, I II I,. and his wile and nn Uur weiuhl convrvhir

Gazette, and.is sure to sits himself in prin liiterestsuft.he two extreimt.es; of the Teruor without having somothtnc do with poll l I'r rroeiusl I bit \ .use's in soli'inn taliiici'. to lioulognc, nlloll',1 (.| which she

from our quotation of hit word :Many 'I j tic,*, and h'III'O with part : !'I,ris to \...,,u doubtless ) are identical and in all resprc1; ", whole matter mu..t at |lest rtvolve IIM.If mt, I ('rc.cllIlI Ills ( i>urie'ous SIH'i'c'he's w Hh) look. return, and so went forward with him a-
of tho e who rrad the \ they arc much the lIam Too much blackest rulli I'he lioolinaslt loin 'fhc" LIe of trillion0
Gftzel\t"1 pains the pi.nn common honrstv IIf the nnn k' of tin w nil to be .

but for their having more ot I cannot l>p liken tLcrcfon'. tj kr('j' up a tic ippointrd totejudiirJ of bv. tlu..... win, :, having carefully iut>Ud ,111" II his shun| klr. her waiting. maid "'hea" kit m u i uMrjUHk '

though, perhaps, not leas of truth, would good luidcrftinding I a|'pouit! him ; and of their ho) lilt,. mul ptiruv tin sUangcr proposed Hut (Ihc') i-honUl resnme I I -4i.'p while Mine cue went to I.tie' :.

make the name comphmt Wi\h} a view. ------- I (>li'nr|''>''p lleiuy and Ihrir 'untnnn tin'ir feats, nnd hive' uiKiilur niorvU (llIlIc'. wlu-ii It big niaming an entire
I ..
The long looked for engraving, f'\hlbll" '' thronlv' 111t1 f'C. i' hll'l': had nougli of .clout* fur onintiikt clung of Ictiiule ujpartl\ was |'11" uiis-d.
therefore of ) ,,
the '
getting through nct uf' tlu 1 'lln' Minting Justices of the S'prt.iii.! ." said! the iniutslir grullty. \\ il'i. shi was tlu'n but lhatfr-was IHCICMIJ\
Congress! of the last session, we this eek I lug III..I'I\O"C' of tin l'n'"ulc'lIt and cx- Com I n nJohn bring the I ivvieig.' 'I liussummoned. I'niu' ..hi' should wear thon-, to prevent her dcing/

Issue a supplement, containing all the acj! Presidents uf the timid States is ot :\1.hn1l of \ rlZillla. I (ImkMonp. HpxnnxJ| and itndirrd tlutiikoeimij elniiieilh)' her father, as lu> would have' no

which we have not yet published, exerpt a length coinplc.ted. tint' acrompoiiirsthetinumber Ii I I alriil Din ai, of:\\1.ar'll\nd. In the luimwiir : and while hiwas I\\'c'r to lout h her unless she wore M'meuiiiilo '- I

few columns for of the New -\ork Mirror It presents Just'iih' sidr\'. of .IttIl'hu.'It"! tishing his proportion (rout the uitn i which hcJiiight claim as! his pro ,rr. ,
publishing which, in our smith l'hniiipsr.n of New York I icuse ,>f 111.t1lhl'II1I"lrllt', the /4'llo"lulollh'ri i t) l'URIIU1" a4 tu buy her a uut tie
next, we must still claim the Indulgence of one of the bIt sppciim'us of tlu prsent J,111111'1,1'1111.: of Ohio, i viiitnroil to hmi that hi,' mid tUe uunisicihould gauut o carriage ; and, in .hoit tef' thug

our readers improved Mate of th*. nri, which is Ilinr)' Hilduiu. of l'ennslvanu: ,, lily the reckoning' bctutiu Ihein,, Hint could dvli' I voting aC'l'nd1I

any where to be found Ipwards of two 'I'h,' ilctoaml being of South (' irohnnIn ,, ('," nsidi" "vrl\l\ .,' "Ir." mid he. wi. arcamong I to her prc'se'nl "Ialllnt w iu protli'nstl. in

IN the New Origan Hullcttn, of :a late years have been 1'011.\11111'\1 HI its preparlion. was the onlv' one ns will tIC mil w ho te-I our e.wn pioiU ; I I'\lt hi Is A vui\, I onli to I''rtulh' Ilr tl go oil" Il'r..1.-
I Mdul South of \ rjZinia. fa rill If tn.lII. 111\.1 1 hits m.iv IH a ting wav In I: iHttiiion is, tint In will return lfrr
date find letter from This engraving. is ilst'lh\lrlh double .. \
we a a corrcsponden "'
un-iitirf .
bun thi '
I .
l'hcs<:'ii\ip v\ ill have abundint Him to gung rt cause tu .t muriittgi
of that paper, dated at this place, giving the the price bi a )'ur'lt suWriutiou to the) III' reflect nnd i \"*mtno tins iiuporfmt: neuter t I tint I should say mu Uiink )c Ilial t'il I \\nuUrsti\itd it is Mr 'XNatsnn's m' t t'y

names of the officers of the squadron, now valuable periodical for which it was lire- in all its beau ings The people look to hl'llI In Mich) an M endow n o..s us to wait' in)' I ntum to prineed iinimtliatcl to tin ('on
,. ..11I.'r folks" I &kin miething 111"11 J :Nann intuit, to >iitiito nn action for
lying in our bay. We have been pared. The Mirror s ij''s- to CeO that the pillar now 'v be .I.I.IH'41.| | on iii dollwgl' aI
frequQnilynaked
; und (hoM others. that mnv noon IH tuirii 1 Ki c'ti' ciiu' pa)' bis rh ire ; higuliivpilule I gainst }'aglllll.-I"ld"l I'aptr
tI
why regular lists of the officers or The whole picture i I" intended to 10'p- in the temple of Jtiotu-o: be lIf> sound nm 'IV' has. n) i bee'n the' custom in Mnknull I -

the ships, when they armed or departed, resent one end! of a room HI the capitol I'r, solid riMtenn's Th-,. are not to fishior mill I 1'11110 IH. the first M> l'rvak nWell ," 'I'in: CoMtnioN OP HAVTI Kxtnct: of a
the Uniti States, In the is 1 .
rcntre a i.irgemirror. .
were not published In the Gazette? The the their work to the JitiKit. the ion am well"' SIM, tin finisher. "\.ipploIV I litter from tin cIl on hf/llil the I'. s.
'tatitttf
reflecting a !! 1'ition' of this th. to ,ffii' t I",' it ami Ins -Inn oltin
or it pirunt i r 'pntulitv ; tossing i-hiphalinoiiili. bur oh Ihit) hi. June-
is natural It is in of from the side !
question enough. evcrj Liberty opposite GoeMc"I lluv must look In their c'ollnlf\-Ihl'ir'' '. nckonmg' IIlIlhl' lul,h'. hi' strixli' iron atm : '1 here is nothing this Island,

respect, desirable that such lists should be< nrrs luountid, Immediately h)' the Aim-ricun under the hiplc: n I, w hole country now and Iwre"fll'r: '1 hi.it I the hosiUru, mounted his steed!, aiul rodiawav hut \tceaut Uarn '11,1 1f'1t blacks arc, or ep.

published. People here, would like to see work is not for a div ,>r n vur, irivm : pear lo bp, fivnrubl)' duspsmss'sl towards the
how their friends of the squadron are dm ;pier-tiMe, of classic and beautiful form fur a lifi 'Ibe chanmn' lint pita) "oonhave lor ""IIIt' tulle after tItus: till oontmuedin people of the I'nited Mates. 'I l Ins city ;
und each side oftlns IIHe1 -
on a \"(, staining to bi malh' i>n Ih,it Icmlimiv lix or I Murkincb in rlutii of and the friend of the Ih .' floor of
posed to tis-.httd nnrbl
; upon \ ,hi'ph' inlhirnii thi f'rtiis or Ihl", )fl'I\ I U hittit' palish W is sit III eominolmii b) the Un I'rrni'h dynasty) is now' in A ruin- JI
abroad, it would certainly! be a :\ "ffi'r"I I he* portraits, evcu in number, arc dispuwd lie (lor jjjis: to eoaie.-Groriii Jmi ".il iisioniulmg news that tin "king lund Us, misstate, and can with difficult)' count

to be kept constantly informed, through 'lIdl in n chaste but cli',glut frame, I' pie i!'eil lo otjuull-M' .111'| Ine-ouieti e>f the mlnislir a portion of Hojcr'set and.
.Oll
illdll.llli
of their movements Where I uround the mirror, three at each side, and I'n'in thrfir- )'n/ A ('> nti huN II. I' and rtn ,honlnmsti w hut'h VHPetloeted ilg tlio timo of iho ISpgio InNII -

newspapers that[ of \\ ashinglon ut tlu top The background Till:: !S'I'ltmn's; '1'h .\"'};. bail,ling, Ui the ..cluMiliuiistrr'ire r rut 8JII ion. and roll" to the' Muslim,

then, is the fault 1 And this reminds us how u a t.lpl''lrird wall, iIiilIa.tiiIttIfigured I havr little hkill" in the craft of Morv I tithe w hut w us ,"lra'lot'tl, from tlul IIf this hinge IN| md w us a |H'rlcTt jlArd(11 but
"
convenient a thing it l U to be an cditctr, aol with Iciici and flowers. telling," s ud he of the li-xld. ge. Inn the I"illl.h'r. A phrnw, thi mandate e.ulightiinil UioM "I the th"1, Ilouri>hing esitTit'( cud "u-

to have the whole subject written about Under DIP Engraving: I in about eleven b>' nln I will repent" a true talc, which i h i-it forth I : llu I minisii ami llhc sits, ,s.luiuuc-! : gar pluntnlK liP'I' IHIII siiHrrcd 10 per-

1- our entire controls alwa> s taking inches, and the likenesses are about two in n 'veracious! chronicle und v\ uch inn I tiC as in tin cuisp of this unlookiil 1 fill i I..h. owing tu lho ttidoli lire of flip "-'k..

inches Whether the t mis! a fearful annnp! H!;:unsf II..' ( pniieilmg i and nt tinainc limp niaele 'I In fohncrl)' rvprl.'il from thirl
care to put no puzzling questions to ourself( square; e regard 1''ll'h
of Klullon \\orllii fir," vouiinui, ''nil'1 I tin'm u warn Uml this .Irllllltr IIUH| at the' I l l quanliiiis ol siigar, I lint no
or, if we should happen to get bold of a beauty, delicacy and taste of the rmblenjf addriKMiiK ,the minister, )'011 BIIIV' lust hit n' hid, lutiii nn tier thou\ ,, the royal 1.llIllllrll'( 101 rlhll siiflieienl (lor home consumption ,. ,

poser-answering it without the fear of the picture the fidelity of the liL.eM"ac'l, heard that in the shire of Angus there Jimesin ilisgins! 'llu phrase. allndidto 'I hi re' 1110 in tho cit)' of lat'

contradiction. To the question, then. or tmrivnlkd finish of the work, it IO Ininuntrtble dup and qlooiiiy ca' e t Rft'l t ran III lbie.. weicf11' n IM rlill! well mini) "hplindnl buildings, or (

"' he of modern I ken that, witjiont being oblipid to ) ri'me, 'ml*'nil. 'I hut ilu king innniiuliiltin Mull, riinnlilmg his (isiess for the want, ali
\There is the fault ? I is A"i triumph ing"llIllt-a chef "I
our answer )
"III4'h..ulll1l1"'lI'r
tui' of thl'III1I1I..II'r -
"
interrupted the minister. v\honast by incimus 'w elay' lahur' i not more than one tenth
where / In other ports, such item of intelligence lourre of the arts means pleasedMtli the proliyuc III th<-' to IH c"IIIIIII-c'd.| III.-IIIIIC h us he hud put lot the' linildingH are* occupied Ihc

OI1l'1I(1c1'f.'IIH..1 h. 'd that HI this piri.h of :\ukituh il said had
are sought after with avidity kentucky ElcdleJl/-1'he Annual Elec. orlh'oaning tale "In arm Ntie-ctswirrouic tHautifull pal'4l
There the have continiied he ranger, "dwell a nun was the' invar mill mil to u,llu're to theeiisioiiiof toinmodiouM suit'" 11..1. hut, every
newspapers something to tion for :Me'mbers of the Kentucky Lcgisaturc who, hating consumed all his abstain\ << in hi&rlhIIIIIIIII'I) .' lung i IM' home, I hI'') nut going to ruin In

I compete for. They employ runner, and commenced on the 4th m..t. At th- phntonv and feasting, w is forced. Phi Ins NIOII| the inhiilntants' an |CH) ((117) to do a.

agents, and packet-boats whtreas, it is tame time a renewed context in the Fifth w ife and children to -eek untlicr In the I:.,.tumultuary lil<.pcwmt.-V* e. hnvcloda I)' thing but cat, drink, amllecp, Therein

t our mufortune: to be scarcely able to keep Congressional Distnct between MessrLotcher eavtrn called oflcrwardM (ron the scrnr'' )' to unnonnrp nn t'IIII'C'I\IC'lIt|' whiihw I I lobe' found he'i email)' men of opulence,

; together the soul and of thud weic octid tin'rein. the runds Pi n,i ill surprise emr fI'"h.t l'I'lltllinlllttnel"l' 1111..1111' fe w ,,11 huvc t'I'I'1 rrnlly f'dU
body a single
and :Moore, as a Kepresentativ e to This vile wretch, so far from r'l'c'lIll1ll C harI.t"ilh\ hat I mitt lud, med l h.\\iitsoti cnleil and me' tiuly ver) ihlelligcnt,

Punter Den But, in short, without ?ongre'"s took place The return (or thirst evils he had brought: on his hoti-<<'hoi I, (iliughtcr 01 l Mr \\ uuissimu, foinn'rly uf ('o. I the' largo iniiioiit. ) an but little bettir Informed

stopping to inquire who has been in fruit. day give Mr. Letchrr a majority' of jretttd nothing but the diinlie he could Ihl'l vent durdeii theatre), a girl of sixtrrii loiint /1.11 hum suuic number of ni nkc)II.'r. .''

let us proceed to amend the error We 2RI.! Allea..t 2UU) more voted would betaken longer ohtuilll and instead ofliwoilinc: << her f"II\of's IIOIINP to IIt'C'IIIIII'"II| ) him
'rcnil- I.l > tin' 'lIlIlilll'lIt.-'I'11I' afllicliil fiUier Ins
ins, he thought of nothing but c f c;iti
propose then that the Punters shall hero- on the sccojid and third days, und : ties and 1.lwa..mtlrlll"lIl1lllw riirnihheil! thu followInu! paitii ulors;- Mr. ,

after, supply us with the names of the officers the result considered 'cry doubtful Mr. fore,the partridges lire, of,geese svtinuulni In \\ ttl"vn IIIIN Itetin lmr1iit'sit11atIY nswxialid! ., (y An>H.-Me find of the following
rvcelltnt a
of their respective ships, and thus become etcher III the ami-odmnu>>tratioii candi ( tender ducks. slewed in onions, grlt""i'o *Ith I'ugunmi fur a 'oU"ld'rllhle pet itiui thr, .iry am. in Mr Maralts coriralUf'new )work'ankl Cap
of tote all, of kippered' salmon h md, with his iliiightir, UAiompaimd\
honorary members pur subscription hnihful 'I hi' look on
place
dle ,T.vi-t. ***L 'V''nni ..<...,,n*.>rlr Itoliuii in I'm is. llriftie. uiiilotbir iilueis\ ,\ dlll.f
list DEATH or JUDOT JOH'\i"ON.-1t 16 with the that such was his fondness f6r this, They returned to VngFuidoirl in tin ronon I %iHtiKii nn AUlrir. MbCKmrr in the river

I tneorvnt rfr l tj-t wu are constrained w that he would not km.. p..4v THE Florida Ileraldjtespaased' !" Into Ike announce the death of the Honourable WILUAM slice to cave the whole of his kwh kin. same house in CalthiirpPMroet. dray's Inn ('h"OIf and an FiiKlixh. wain-man

! hand of Mr J. M GouLD, who makes his JOHNSON:' of South Carolina, which and. allies, from the pit of destruction lane 'I'he' slate of I'imgsuuiuiius( lirulili made Mio tll'ill/"a pre tt) cruft that little

first editorial obeisance in that paper of the took place yesterday at his lodgings 011 There was no klp fJllI8blon, huuwc'er.iuhla it desirable for linn thai IK should be inilndcd thing uf )yours, sitisert l sul c'III Toni i how
I lie had been laboring gloom cavern t and even if then, III some (.HI II I)' arrimgcineiit \lr. long Ill)' slip liiko in make the rn? .
Rights
7th inst His address is short, pithy, and Brooklyn How ? I land11I'cI'
injuut
"'alltOn hue) 'vurioiis occasions, rileived '- lung xpe-rt no
, for a long tune past under an aficction o( had, both fire and gridiron (re "'I"'hnill" un
full of good sense He declares that The the jaw, which had recently increased 10 cook it withal. In sooth, the hrrhxoftlu' kind iiiienlions fri in PtiLamni mul i > IIH fast Illil only she won't wait

Herald will be open to all, without respect such a degree as to render it indiNpciisabl field were the only condiments he conll lately, at his daUJhlrr'lIlJt'lw'it, the v wlllll..l.It tre e if lo ( nnwnh" Ler. W hy
and will be The and he was fain to ilia his thir..1with will be rtiemeiiilti-ih), l hut his Ixsl I dUI'I yrni In avj: to for it said Ten,,
to party. Tins js a good rule, to submit to a surgical opi ration procure ) WJoi"-j, Lime, isis much tiinp, I I have
underwent a painful and dllicul a cup of fair water (rom nriglibnurng (mice ut"M
easily enforced Happily for the quiet ol Judge Dr Mutt very in the most licroinanner brook. It happened KIIS, thai ramhm On Monday lust !Miss i \\'utson snildrnl) "11'n (11,111-l an a-ttrly II way I

the country, Florida know no party dis operation without by allY aid from his surounding ? through thr country one night, hi left thin hOllloC Hirlillier lienril ll'.' d"01 I Islo.e 'nun }enir Lisuids hud lo our" Nlrowa and ,
avoid feeling ,hence issued unit II thought I instant I eim c in or It I neve'r could e>ve'rhaul me. pra'lime >
Sl'nsions.Ve cannot, of course, friends, preferring to rely on his came to a cottage from 1 u )
she uhoutu wiilulr her (lieisirpuu.e.. give it up In despair,
He looked loin that wu. "w
sound of and
some interest in the struggles and con. own> fortitude to suntim him under It. The wailing sorrov
hit1" aId Tom with leer
If (rom him Hi iiii-lnd nut sills i III. in dlll't ( rcpliitl a )
'*
window and -
In the saw a onun weeping
thus used it is supposed, excited at ,
exertion '
tests which are going/{ on in the states ; but | dead infant whiih lay in his "liI| 'r*' but, the ugh two minutes la I "'and vrl 1 ve' w'-\the I.'rralurelliliayllll be. I
and when
hill to their utmost over a ,
our local position renders it necessary, and the nerves was IIIrelo'er power, a reaction little cradle dressed for Us lust lnl- tot elapsed<<1 SIIICP her exit: all trace ol lie'rlerej ore' the: |H>WS of an hnch-h: frigate. at her

relations make it in respect operation of eatuiustiou.-N. No seemed to br n the it"l/ lost Alter' some tune, )1 r. \\ui on pe-rd and laughing at hit F. 'Ihey never
our political every took place, and he died (rave one
their Iriiks with Old LfI
wall mfoimed that the )'oung ludy had (toilto I'laY me
the mother who hrng long \
desirable, thatwebhould play the part L k bjiectator, but poor I do I cut them in liulve,.IIHPII
the cradle, and then hasteiing into the time h'juxo of Mr. Iliighet., u (18" -" riser, oy
of mere lookers-on We should be contentto she threw herucldown on u if Care) street, Lincoln lUll Icldll.-I Ihl'v' go, Ilen part floating on one side,
Since certainof the morning inner chamber,
. see the stir of the great Babel, and not CHOLERA have-announced the occurrence ofa her knees and flinging herair000ser her here( it wiisuilniiitcdt i-hi bud IHIII. but sun! tail Oi the lbcr." I Hut don'tthey I
papers olitiduied.Thus '(her when they mtet
feel the crowd" If the word party, be intended few cases of the Asiatic Cholera III this head, she bObbed and end as! if her the further anxious information father eould learnt not tluil bo Paganmij i" ill )our join w Bke loge 7" imjnirrd again Tom; Should'ntlomlor

to refer to the scramble which takes city, we presume it will he proper (or UI icart were ready to burst All this the American ,
and his Jwclt on the lad left by tin l>u"cr mail direct for Pun 0 n'plir captain.l'ray
here other for the stationof to statewlut we believe to be the simple glutton saw3 as ryes valet liuiiisee I enpiim may be that vessel
place every May, ataiulfss with its 011 Siimlit evening'. wild hu* :
infant fair ,
of the matter That there have been lead ao bO ''
truth ,
talk much ahtnit at New York 7
(IIPV sit'
Mr Wutsou went onilondii i
the still less i'rhuuy ,
breast ( >
Delegate, or to important on UN ,
of this disasr little
alarming plump '
a few scattering eases (Ihf 1 fe'rre-d lo the first strain vessel
0111.heZnt'd.; :\ veiling, by thee niuil lo llovtr.- oni re ,
scramble, which takes place evciy year, for there can UP no doubt A physician the evil one \\" sent a horn ) unit had to.Uonlngni khosc finalities at that be-sn triad.
diseeivrred Putmini
mind. lie : gone. tm.llad
Members of the Legislative Council' -why of character showud us on Wednesday last, ble thought into. hu II' rtJtohcd.on. amid followed Iniix IrIlUl'dlatelr.Un and nn exaggerated report which
,, ;
.1 the of satiat ha
; his written r<'port of three decided eases- stealing the body for purjose lion from the American
then, with unfeigned deference to our new henccom enuring the harbor, In oljfrvr l tin Milled
iudd4 -
all COllvall.'sccnt-and Much his appetite, which I I
but they were ng be that
whatever she
ami Ins. follow i'an fully wntchnii "lhat snip, tr may ,
This obJection i IH
brother we think it is misapplied the fact it 1\'Wlnot advisable to alarm ph heel." The monster I" ejaculated the hijjnor I
eing sails without ards oroanvaos it'sI
j masts ;
Mark Iu"'ugf'r. ')n Mr, >\ ItIr<4I11Irl'JIf nl )
is There is the Since schoolmaster with a deep grain. every "
not hypercritical: principle the community upon subject hjinxelf ou sheik, I'liuanini ami hit quito oho,'" my (comprehension.. 'Old
involved in it, Names are not thing, that time there have born two or three cases you. ur," continued the stringer, tnruinno I ing whole iuit.snhly ilimipiearnl$ Mr ,I country heads can't lake it In III tell you
hich list e terininitt<>d fatally.! hull however the minister, who sal 1".t'II'1I1l with rajjit huarty I. she slick through the water
but they very often serve as mahks and duguibes. on himself I I \\ mine iiiiincdiatp! uppliiuiiou; tu Ihi llriHib w hat- goes ,
l and ithall what be Considered a satin
the Cases hau'HIII""nKINtill' ; I .hi'ad broadside on, or up or ,
\\ llaiiultoii Yaq. who in a or
Cunsul I-"Irlll
A to oar understanding the ,
according another
pat ty, not assumed the I) pe of un epidemicud I' mark how one vice leads to dow and all have lo do
n or an you
hen I thekumuulmst iuanit !r, 1111\ II him p*>uipt usfjiti ) way
of the should have some will n'JI-IMd. of the wretch did not ntoi> i IIhe
term, we trust it niqulty and, on Ilii tunis al of tutu strain I Ii to pokethe fire and warm your fingers ,
elrlicloi tier
common object, altogether distinct from the taste of human flesh hccaau:.atif: thin he:, iKiat frinn Lundoo! (m Tinwlay, at nnd I: old the more you poke, the faster she lol"Illil.t -
THE M'l'HEME COURT to his depraved appetite ; to g ) 1 Wen I must are
huh and ,
w
individual office wasMisii \htllualld IIr.lIuaht'1 tid.
to wbuh
of this that night in
elevation
: or assisted ,
The dua1h of Jud. o Johnson is the mos became a murderer, and being byhis old
: and restored that, to be'lievo it, though, replied
clueutas crurul IL;
It should be united and preserved by the Important event that ha occurred of laie, family, who imbibed the name ocjiouxropensit I buy fnlhrr. Tfm.I No ('ar site capsize, I calculate

bond of opinion and of principle, not kept more especially when we reft'r to the State > ) he waylaid and imirderfd maiv -' 'IhiM agitated look jilnet! in tie! ('II IIIIII hoii-n,, M)' little craft did upset with me one night,
W hatdistinctive o f thr country, and to the changes on that children, and even several grow pro- considerable heavy gale but
of l inn |
together by the magic a name. uto ( wh<'re )Ir. ul..,,i was accoiiiiainol| 1 >yllie I pretty
henurse 'I'he unaccountable
dintant dinappranmi
difference has existed between encli winch cannot be far pie whole mss-cnttaty II( ihs e nul and lbs polite.| she's kin art, and came "I aIn on the
eyer the inoininotmn
of nature III II lit noon rimoto Chief many person set country either side moment before.Neatc .
saul/ with Ihecllt"llf.ratlullf in a
that J'"auIUI'1
At uiuiiumt .
and ....ath wnte th -
candidate
tue.
of strict
sentiments one a
the
.In tlCl't.m.hall: now micarly eighty vcar should have thing
true Ilalmu bravo, had the klln any abut
trucked to their d<'n, w hu'hrtaenttd | : a
suffrages dearll .. of JUII1 lonstcrs were
another, when they have claimed our ofagi'-and the increasing ( of theirrime tt-merit) to rush IH andsrue Miss \\atsoa, it. I If the muti lt lIsa wheel had not

< 1 We answer, none. Then whence \ ieluvaU; r.aUehIJU'l-d| ill )'I'arll. Ual- > such liulutitaMc demanded proofs with ixcuiiHiinghut is all lbn 7 (ove: nioiln,\[ hi* jieket: wft, and the men belo* had around
render H difficult for bun (' *, that the people as I ham
ready such 1to and darnuHbcat turn In all the clues of their
the excitement, which has always attendedthe to discharge! the duties of, hili office. His olle voir., that they "JilluM be burued fluid the fellow he' out pullet with their germ staves Iud 01"" mocks. After that round tht'D you may

election of Delegate, particularly 7 It sect also! must thoiefore U K>OII vacant quick on the spot, a fire was uistniitl) I kate MIMS Watson was then con\i')- to hrlay." Tom laughing Via, but
were To fill .such vacancies is a duty of the I indle.1, and the monster, his wifi, mid .1, rrit over all, Tom,"
came of this : People thongbt they tOIt..i oneby one into the tin Ru) ul Hotel an'! m the morning the don't a .1.p'
<<
that oka Judge but child.si, were all this n-
"hlrat'u'r an fathir Lie father
thepacket
ime and to replied
while in fact, they consul tIIICfrled dauglkr
acting as a party, tranJOf'endl'lItl important, at that Miigle amen, The taut that ass thrown in was H: diverting Pray, eapuln, dOes
acting M the mere tools of the person the and whilt a man, who had lout i and saw thimiliparl reoslvrly
were to town-
equivalent sughtcr the
let is in Us conw ueiicctt, WII..I SInce her return Miss W'''tllOlI has seen Pt thing go fast In new i \
who be benefltted } excitement of the thus Ills first born son in this dreadful way cry clean I -
\0 was to by their 'hole official life person itppom her with her error, .,leI repealed her Uidincii'ti' n- try r1 Every thing with us .bek
illustrate small matter ted How mush more high and moineuu tying her heads and reviling of which Whet sort of horses
-who (to a bya round with ( (or, happily, U was n u.rioull -I
a
individual to the itterneBK she turned I
"Our
big fIgure) was to ride upon the whirlwind la 1 the ;rting apart an Wherefore she has bwn guilty FroHi h<>r IItalc'nlt'D' in Ameri.1 inquired I. Kft.kyho" ,
than seems generally to be countenance, wiring surprise you
Judicial offi( < e, that the gold wbuh has bcxm 110proflllWly notion, wl
and direct the storm" of his own cre him charge 'hidene I had committed an it appears trot beat
considered I It roninuu to a ( as u"'or-I poured into l'iuutiumiiIii""' r ,ff<'rswaitiiMtl I They're almipht) gowers a .
ation. Lt UK, then, endeavour to escape| that involves in its exercise all we can ever thy erinir Give me credit, and unsparingly' to wran (her from I N. W, galwe-fwinJ. I osW.e took an KngfUbman

from the error into which,.o have fallen, hope or fear front our social srheme, It I It )'C had cxperuncw of ruling man's flesh her: fulhrr He lately lionght tier a tiara with rime / a prig up Allibanacountry.
peads on the Judge at last whether our 0' woman's iJCllb, ye would think the same dlamouel"lo the .nd h says, 'What's this great
by giving things their right names. If] woul forbrajr it w hie'b rout fit)/ and other *
and advance so delirious that ye never we are peuuUng through
lawe and .tiiutions protect of 8UM. lit batlVfumh.-d that be l'llurell'ard
there be indeed any essential difference of of the citizen and this, "ha tore her hands amount I 'I calculate it'snstblnFPUt
the security and happiness again f saying would her the moment ihey got to 'And stringer, naya ,
sentiment among the candidates, or their or cheat him with that worst of t)'ranny. from the man, and giving him a box on the Paris marry".ltll. kettliiiiint of < (KJIV. a ) isr, ulsemlle-.toswii, "'U'po* iigtu

friends, let them proclaim it We know of which assumes the form of law, ear just in this way"-"d suiting the 'and that hw friend Kothtelnld\ should wu ', slirk' Out I ono bad a who Iipect
federal bal duties to cctton to the word the stranger lent theinintcraueh wu a' dal quicker than that I
The Jndioiary .per. secured to her immediate! .
if be then let it. being
jionej and there none every DelIS for
cuff knocked him
heir a* chase
(urn, more critical than any other 1 a hearth bhe thought il would once ,
roan who takes an active part in the next: path i is mainly on the debateable ground fairly out hlut'a1'; in bit descent b* caught on mike her her arrival father tberu happy, she say, la >w? half I al fun the clearance, and I

contest, tell us to which of the candidate 'tween the Federal and State auibontu hold of the table, and down cam minuter.anddishes her rich, and relieve him from all future cueM it tatb bi tia

he belongs. Let us have collars here, Their intelligent to see their way clearly pewter stoup, brandy /flagon, plates pecuniary anxiety A letter was dictated i Magannc,
8111 should bo supported by an erudition that w itb an antoubding clatter.
they arc sau: 4 to have them in the ,tat ,


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atnyornlty oc Veusacoa.NOTICE. A m01aD.j < NOTICE. :Arrangement, j

Ii Ic PENSACOLA GAZE rrE, I j P. UVAL having removed from J nRRlSO'l: Jr. hating: taken J. B Leave Pensacola Sunday at 6AM I

UrIIER E.\S, on the fthh of June, 1900, WM. will open his office in Louis FOSTER: into Partnership, business Arrive at Blakcly Sunday 6 I' M. j
Auaun 30( 1831 TV an Ordinance was passed providing vtlle Kentucky, and resume the Practiceof will hereafter be conducted under the name Leave Blakely on Tuesday 8 A. M
'I. 44 that Law. of JEItRlhON & 04TER.. It is the intention or as Soon 03 the Norther' Mail arrives
i
wheiivrr in the opinion of the Mayor
'' ; The ttAzerr will bo issitsd every Hlt'f II any Banquette: already constructed ehalI"need : All letters directed to him, (post! paid,) of the firm to keep on hand, at all Arrive at I'ensaeolaTuesday 8 p M!
ttrday Etcning, at $:J ftJ per annum, in ad- to be repaired, shall be lawful' for'the shall receive prompt attention. Collections times., a general and exUnsne assortment Leave Pensacola Thursday 6 A. M
Vance, tf I uydolo at the end of mt month, Mayor, on giving thirty days notice will bo made with as little delay M the law of Goods, suited to the town and country Arrive at Blakcly Thursday G P. M
j 4 or W pay-ole at the expiration of the year, to the owner of the lot in front of which of the country will permit. lie will attend trade, which will be sold at the lowest prices Leave Blakely Saturday 8 A. M
I) I'f at the option of the subscritwrADVCKrHEMCNrs Siitli defective Banquette miy be, or to to any land claim in Kentucky, an 1 if required for cash, produce or approved paper. or as soon as the Northern Mail arrive!
'l : inserted at the, rate one dollar for every fourteen lines (or lest,) .queue, mil to enforce the payment of and conveying such lands. Agents and Commission! Merchants. Eastern and Tallahassee A/at/
jl for the first, an 1 fifty cents for every continuous -S such c\pe.n incurred in making such John G Mosby, EM, of Richmond, will Pensacola: July 10, 1831. No. 19 Leave Pensacola Sunday and

ubtc-ucnt: insertion. I .. repairs.: in tllJ tame manner is provided receive title o-iut-r! and Powers of Attorneyfor Wednesday 6 A.- -M-
j "In"Ihe liforc:ncntuwcd Ordininco- for en- lauds, Ac: and tranfmithem to me at ;\\\nsu1Be.. Arrive at Cedar Bluff Wednesday
NO ;
f ice
."forcing the payment for the constructionof Louisville Charles L. Gamier and Saturday 12 noon
f' [ I WILL attend at the following named: : ii'Mv inqiiottps": ." And, whereas: a For the information of those who desireit \e. )J Laave Cedar Bluff Wednesdayand
places for the purpose of a.sm'tsing the number of lJ.tn'lu'I\C1 require to be repaired I refer to the lion Abel P. Upnhur, Charles Latallct ) Saturday 12 noon !
I; t TAXES due the Territory of Floridaand and made new-Therefore, all owners Philip N. Nicholas, the Hon. Andrew Meeiiion of a ft fa to me directed Arrive at Pcnsacola: : Tuesdayand
County of Escambu for the year IN11! to and agents of lots on Harragoss: on Gobi- \ Lancaster Dcnb & Co. and J iU. By'Irlue the lion. the Superior Court Saturday 8 P. M.

'I'i wit-Atl'ringle'srkhoolllun'eWeatside erne, on Intoiideucia, on Tarigoua' on1'"liro1olllJdlcllIlldIJl111Irel'.tn"'oe. E Heath. E..i. ulltichmond..ttigust for the Western District of Florida, shall HANSON KELLY, P 1\1. ,
t of Escdmbid, on Monday the 13th of Sep 10 No. 23 2d
I proceed to "f'lIat Public Outcry, on the
'i tember next. At the house of Angus arc hi-rubyrequiredtocansethe of the door Territory of Florida.George .
Btuqueitesin August, 1831, at of the CourtHouse
jt c Nicholson, on the Boat side of Cscambi, front of owl of their premises to be repaired 'rUb3C \b 5, in Pensacola, between the hourspresclbed KnightComplamant, \ InChanceryvs.
I 'j' on Wednesday the 17th. At the house ofj or constructed on or before the 2th'd.&y received and offer sale, at their by law, all the right, title and ( in the Jack-
j Ben). Kennedy, Cold Water, on Friday, of :September nett, in default of which, HAVE opposite the Public Square, n interest of the said CHARLES LAVA Lackland M Stone and Uil [ son Super!.
,y.' the 19th. At the house of John Gardner the acid inqnettos will|| be ('on11ru'I".llnC'flnrurl1lity general assortment of GROCERIES: Auiong LET:: in, and to the following Lots of liam D. Stone Defendant's J or Court.
.' at the Ship Yard, Black Water, on Saturday with the above netted Ordina hicb are Ground, or in so much thereof as will satisfy appearing to the Court that the DC
I I Ij: the 2Jth. At the .house of David 8McCrcavy WIIISKEYMonongahela IT the of Alabama
ice Old Irish the auo\'c Execution and costs, to wit: fcndants reside in State ,
I Florida Town, on Monday the Given under my hand: at PC:isicola, August Do. the property owned by slid Laiallct, situated so that process cannot be served upon them
22d. F. T. COMMYPH: Oth, 1811 C. EVANS, Major.Augusto Superior Charapaignc: BRANDY at the corner of Roinima and Palafox in this Territory. It is therefore ordered,
Assessor for E'cambia CountyPcniacold No. "ftUV WINES and CORDIALS. -streets, the one half of Lot No. 233, fronting that unless they appear and answer! theCoanpillinanl's
.
August 15th 10JI 23 .
--- -- -- ALSO on sud Roniana street I the half of bill on or before the first

c Joseph Y. Cru/ul i -- THE PRESIDEN'T OF An assortment!' of BROGANS, Cordage, I Lot No. 250, situated behind the first men day of October next, the same will be taken
Ii vs. 5 TH UNITED STATES: Blocks Oars, Pumts, &c. &c. Honed und fronting Garden-street; the for them and the matters

Carlos Do Villiew J \ Hirsuincc of liw, I, ANDREW JOHN A. IIALL & CO.Aug"st two whole Lots No. 254 and 255, fronting thereof decreed accordingly. And it is
I f '1'. BY virtue of a writ of Ii. fa. to me directed I JACKSON( President of the United 2 No 21 Hay Icn-Htreet, all. lying and being in the further ordered that copy of this order be

; ,II from the lion the Superior !St:ites of America, do hereby declare; and City of 1'ensacola. published in some authorised newspaper! in 't.
J I Court of the Western District of Florida, I make known that Public Sales will be held 20 or 30 Negro Laborers: YMES V. Marshal' this district once s week for four months.

f shall proceel sell at Public Outcry, on at th": following Land Offices in the Tern ARE wanted for the PUBLIC WORKS Dy EXm't ErmA, At Chambers, in the District of Meet I
the first Saturday of October, 18JJ: at the:: try of Florid, at the (period, designated, this Harbour. Apply the Engineers Deputy Marshal Florida aforesaid, this 5th of June, 18J1
door of the Court Home in Pcinucola, between I for the! sale of undermentioned lands, office Inlciidcntia-strect. June It No 14 J. A. .CAMERON,
the hours prescribed by law, all the ia Wit : July 17 No 10NOTCI' The obote sale I is postponed until Saturday Judge D. W. F.

right/ title and Interest of Mid VULOS: At the LtnJ Office at Tallahassee! on the Oth c September next.'Co June 7 No. 13
E.
I DE VILLIERS, deceased! InaiU to tho following the Pint Miitday in Dtceniftcr next for --- I
f Property or in so much thereof as I the dispiMiluf the. public lands within, the J us'r received and for sale b\' W. :\1. the Y'u\A\c. Western District of Florida.
will the above; Execution and Costs COOK
satisfy uiidcriuen'ioncd,
and
fractional Etctttliis
townships Court
Superior Coaatv, )
h, 1-2 Old CHAMPAIGN BRANDY r1 HE Subscriber having taught a School.
to wit:-Lot No 218, with the buildings lowniliins, to wit : pipe May Term, 16J4.: J
thereon in the City of Pcnsacoln, being : North of t image 1820ALSO. JL in the Town of Pensacola for the last
of the base line, and West of lie Lswrence! : )MilUndon complainant. }
eighty feet front on Go\'crnmcl1t-ttrl'ct bone >' meridian : twelve months, and having been liberally n, jncha&-
hundred and ninety-five feat deep. Township I, of range 5. 1.2 pipe superior COGNAC BRAND\, patronized, announces to the public that The unknown heirs .f Lows ) dents ) cer,.
I I Ifs JAMES w. EKUM. Marshal. and July li No. 18 lie intends to continue the some, for the reception Dturqsrineail do oraat J .
,, Townships 2, of range/ 8. .. ___ __ of both '
MALE&
\i ., DyJO9EPll HIEIUIA, Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 9, 10, 11, FEMALE STUDENTS This day came the complainant by his
Deputy Marshal.e li. iI: and 11. To Brieke and for that purpose? has taken a counsel, and it appearing to the satisfaction -

)" August 16 No. 23 Township I, of range 13.TOIVn.1Iup F ROM J to Millions! of BRICKS, will Female Assistant, and will preserve and of the Court by affidavit filed, that the 'jj 1
r; of range 16 be required for the service of the improve the morals of those committed to defendants do not reside in the Territory
.lie I'J' Samuel W. Oliver ) Township 1, of range 28. works at Foster Island, in this Harbour, his charge as far as po siblc. He will of Florida. It is therefore ordered that unless t
j t>,. > teach all the branches belonging to an English ..
Fraction the 1834. here on before the first
I : township. I,. and township. 5.. during year they appear or
Den]. Darrow. ) of range 29Townships. The inspection of the Bricks, mode ofdctlicry Education, at the same low price as Monday of November next, and answer
BY virtue of a fifa to me directed from 1, 2, 4 and 5, of range 30. their quality and dimensions.: will formerly, $1 25 per month, for those who the complainants bill of complaint filed
Honorable the Superior Court of Townships 2, 3, 4 and 5, of range 31. be subject to the same rules as hate heretofore arc able to pay, and for those ho by misfortune herein the! same will be taken for confessed -
/k,1, West Florida, I shall proceed to sell at North of the base line, and East of the meridian bce/ established. or otherwise are not, tuition gratis and the matters and things therein con
'1 Public Vendue on the 4th of October, 1831, : Payment, unless otherwise desired, will Young Gentlemen desirous of studying tained decreed accordingly. And ilia further -
"I
t ti. at the door of the Court House in Pensaco Town teip 2, of range 13. be made quarterly.Vessels the Mathematics, Surveying, &c. would ordered that a copy of this order be
i la., between the hours prescribed by law. Townships 1 and 2, of range 14 arriving at the Island with Bricks do well tQ apply to published in the Pensacola Gazette, once a
I I w all the right, title and interest of the fc,nd Sooth! of the base line, and East of the meridian will be unloaded without unnecessary de- P. L. PRITCHETT. week for four months successively.A .
BEVJ.: BARROW, in, and to the follow : lap WM. II. CHASE, July 12 No. 18 True Cop)'.-AttestGEORGE '

lug A Property tract of, to LAND wit i of That part of township II, situated, North I Captain of Engineers T[>EW FOR SALE in the Episcopal F. BALTZELL
19-103
lying and being In the County 40 of E-icamhn acres., and West of ihr Suwannee river,of range 11 Pensacola, July 19, 1831_No. 19 JL Church. Apply toALDLI May 10 Clerk.
At the soma in
place continuation, ( M. JACKSON.
A.
commencing -
about twenty seven miles from the City of oar the Third NOTICE. Western District Florida
/ Moiutay in Decent- June 28 No. 10TIERCES of ,
III Pensacola, the S. E. 1-4 N. E. 14part
being her nert, for the disposal of the virtue of mittimut issued C. E- j
'c'J' section 4 2 public IN a by Sootntt Court. Fictmbis Coonlv,
Range tII.'J .
:
North and Township : lands within the limits of the undermen ; Esq. Mayor of the City of Pen- 1Uce.A MaT Term, 1834 )
West also the
all
'J as Buildings tioned townships, and fractional I committed Negro Eliza Ann B co.. lan.! ..l >
j thereon townships! sacola have to prison, a A Charleston RICE also >gs |> ,
r consisting of a Saw Mill, Dwelling to wit : ... a Chancery
j Fellow supposed to be a slate, says lr t 10 bbls Green Jamaica for .
House superior Divoroe
Ac. Said is )
J I l i property now occupied South of the baseline, and West of the meridian his name is JOHN GREEN, is about 25 COFFEE.: Isoiled Pod Car ..de David Bigtti Defendant, 1.1
by Benjamin BaYroW.I << of \ +! : by_ Title s. -.._......_.ar Sae Cain.col .
: years 9 ten luincnes bU airs
aye, ; ;; 'ALJJEN A. M. JACKSO=i. ..
W. EXUM Mirshal. d U the .
I JAMBS Fractional a uppewiBf w .tiaf ctc. of us
I of 8. check shut, Kjissia
township sheeting pantaloons,
June 28
range
No. 16
:1 Court by sfBdkvit fil d, that
JOSEPH the
I : by SIEItRA, Townships 1, 2, 3, 4,>o, 6 and 7, of light rguud about Jacket, straw hat, light not reside In the 'Icrnlorjr of Fltrids.Ucfeadut deed
Them
., I Deputy Mirshal. range 9.Townships. complexion, thin visage and has a bear on n3-: BENJ. D. WRIGHT Attorney and fore, ii it cooMdcn d by,the Court, that the laid
'y August 10 No. 2.1: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8 and 9, the under lip, being a cut, and another owas n Counsellor at Law, will hereafter practicein Defendant appear here on Or before tbs filM Mon I.
: r NOTICE. of range Ill.townships. the left side d the breast. Said Negro the County of Escambia only, except day of November neat sod iwwer the eon*.
f 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, 0 and brought from New,Orleans in the,schooner when specially to attend the Superior pl.iniot'i bill of complain filed hrrtin, or the
LETTERS of Administration on the Es 10 of range 11. Santiago, Ca t.Theodora Lentner who left! Court of Walton County or the : Same will be tikes fur confessed sad the matters

A.: B. ALLEN, deceased, having Townships I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 0, there on the 17th of June last Tile owner Court of Appeals !ih.i! ;.Iherthwst.ioeddecreedacerrdiaalv.And J
1/1/ been granted by the hon. the County of range: 12Townships is requertcd w come forward, prove property June 7, 1831 No. 13 ..It II fsrtbi-r ordered, the a copy vf this*rier be
I Court of Eicambia County to the undersigned 1,2,3, 4, 5 and 6, of range 13Tovn.'thip" end take him away. published in Pencecota Guzetie once a week
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all persons indebted to the estate 1, 2, 3.,4 and 5, of range 14 JOHN GONZALEZ, Superior Court lor four numbs sncee. F.>.si eir. A en y. AIUM.OEO. .

L'I are required to make Indebted Township 1, and fractional: townships2, City Marshal. OF THE DISTRICT OF WEST FLORIDA M., 17 DALTZLLLClerk.>.. 10
I and those to whom the estate is to 3 and4, of range 15. July 10 No. 18 PENSACOLA.. 1

I J present br their Law claims, otherwise within this the notice time prescribed will- of Township range Ilk 1, and fractional township", 2, tQ"The above Negro has since declared At Chanbtrs, July 3bt, 1831. Western District of Florida. \

I." be plcdca In bar of their recovery At the Land Office at St. Augustine, on that he belongs Joshua Balling, residing IsaacraDavis ) In chancery-Bill for Di- Superior Co.... Ecrsmbis Coo.t,. )
t on Tcboupitulas street in New-Orleans, May Term, 1831. }
ROBT. MITCHELL, the Second .Ihiulay in December next for Mary Davis. ) 'orcc- CeleeUno
that he ran&nay on the 23d of September Csscalcs&wif.cumpl'u.lrs.
Administrator. the disposal of the public lands withm the
Pensacola, August 15th, 1831. W-2m. limits of the undcnoontioncd last, and hai been about New-Orleansever IT appciiing to the satisfaction of the I fa CII...
townships Mar
since, until shipped for this port. Hut the Defendant is not an inhabitant areta Jsrdel.' the fr\I'I )
II and fractional townships, to wit : 12 J. G. of this Territory, but resides the of Thorn. VilUteea sad the S dvfts. j ****'
For tale or Went. North of the base line, and East of the meridian July J State of Alabama. It is ordered that the abote hem' of J, M.Goae.1 et. aL ) J

f The undersigned sell orI' : Wand named cause be set down for hearingat 111 Id day raine lite ooMplmaaat Cslestlno
rent by the year, the fine large: Fractional townships I, 2, 3, 4 and 5, the next November Term of this Court, Coiiulo, ssditsppeansgU chi n.id.ctio.oI' '
a. I commodious Dwelling HOUSE, (East of St. Maf"s: river,) of range 23. 5000 BARRELS SHELLS, at Fort and that publication be made for three tae bein Coon of by sfGdavil filed, thai a p nia of the 4:
Townships 1, a, 3,4 and Fractional township Pickens, St. Rosa Island, for Thomas VillaMtca, deeeaced, BOW reside
; which he now occupies at the months in the Pensacola Gazette, according ID the State of
Alabettia. aad tbat the heirs of
j I'I ':.1 Barranca The House I is two stories high 5, of range 21. which 25 cents per barrel will be paid on to the act of the Legislative Council in John BlcGonef alto reiide without" the ImtiU tt
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t and well arranged., The Lot is large and Townships 1, 2 and 3, of range 23. delivery at the Island. such cases made and provided the Territory of t.lend nod in the pained tJte...
eligibly situated either for a public or private Township, of range JO. \\M. II. CIIA8E, J. A. CAMERON! : It ie ordered that the said Defendants do appear
I ,4 house, and has an excellent well of Fractional townships 1, 2, 3 and 4, orange ( Captain of Eagineers.Pcnsacola Judge D. W. F. here oe or before the first day of the soil Uraj
water upon it. Possession will bo given 27.Fractional. July 1, 18J.: &. N No. 17 August 2 No. 21 of this Cou b sad answer the bill of lie'COM-
I en the first of November. townships 1, 2 bud 3, orange f -- plauianu, or theaauie will be taken for eonfewsJaa -
I WILLIAM DOUGHERTY. 28.Fractional. 2o 1tt3V4.T agnuBl them; and the matter and 'ihia therein
: I August 23 4t No. 2IFor townships 1 1,2 and 3, of range Pipe &clogiead \\\"e8. decreed accordiafly. And M is Cadtv........,
29. Escaped from the custody of WANTED 200.000 of Pipe, asJ 100,000 f! that a copy of thia order be published in the Pea I
I tale South of the! base line, and JEast of the meridian the Subscriber on Thursday .. White Oak STAVKS Ap. aacola GozcUe 'See a week for four naoathe ioceaaively.
I A DWELLING last, a Negro Slave named ply to ALDlN A. fl l. JAkSON..; A Copy{>> Attest
HOUSE in P."atob. : SAM, about six feet high, March 1 iWestern GEO. f. BALTZELL. Clerk.
i House is largo and That port of township 11, (East of the stout built, with a handsome> _MayJp No 0
,having fourcommodiou Suw annce river) of range 14. ,
aThl.I .. on the ground door, Townihips! 10, II and 12, of range 15. face, mild countenance and a large pair of District of Florida, Escambia
1 one story and a hat Townships, 11 and 12, of range 16. : whiBkerssays he is the property of George Superior Court, Escambm County ) County Court 2 '

f high: together with a Kitchen and other Townships 10. 11,12 and 13,of ranee 17. Dells, of Clark County, Alabama, and that At Chambers! 24 July, 18M! $ April Term, 1834.S
I II'' necessary,out-buildings. ,It is favorably Townships 0, 7 and 13 of range 18. be is 21 years of age He runaway from Anna Marina !\ficht'lNIf of) that JOBS 8. Moeas Jons
t J situated for the sea breeze. The owner 3,8,7,8,013, of range 10 the employment of C. W Crcigh, of said "Francisco Castillo, Comp'lt 1[ Chan for OBDEAED and LBASIKS Lx Bases, be sad A. 1

'r I wishes by the sale of this property to raises Toxvnshipc 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 13,of county. \11. c..ry bey are hereby aDDoiaud Road C.mnmmm
I small sum of money Terms half: cash rang t20. A1SO, Francisco Castillo, Defen'dt.J 1I1VOrt". n the Weft aide of cambia River, toil Joss -
and the balance by mortgage. Enquire Townships I. 2. 3. rt, 7and 8. of mupc2l. A :Mulatto Girl, named )ELIZA, the wife THIS day came the Complainant by her Onus J....&. W. EUasssT sad Jottrm Foa- ;!
I this oMee. That portion of township! 1 South of Si of Bald Negro Sam, aye sine Is the property Counsel I, end it appearing to the Court by tars ea the zest tido of nand Iliver, and that 1
,,1 August 2 No 21 Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, of th'e wldo'v Craton, of Clark County, the affidavit of Thomas! M. Blount, Esq they make a .report of the .a,.... Insured, at
7 and 8, of range 21. Alabama, and about twenty years old. that the Defendant is not an inhabitant of nest April Term of ibis C.....
., I 30 DoAYaraDESERTED Reword. That I portion of townships i E.i..t of St. The above reward will be paid on delivery this Territory It is therefore ordered, A true copy M. CBUPPER. Clerk.

''I' from the Marine Depot Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, I, 5, 6, of said Slaves or Ten Dollars for the that unless he appear here on or before the May 17 3t W.. 10 .
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,near Pensacola, Florida, ,7 and 8, of range 2:1.: delivery either .them to the subscriber in first !Monday of November next and answer County" Court Chambers l'l'the

on the 17th day of April, 18J4: Private Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, of IVnwcol .. the Complainant's Bill filed herein, the )
range 21.townships. JOSEPH SIERRA D. M. 23 1834. (
REI7BIN GEORGE, of Marines: aged 32 same will be taken for confessed, and the ipril ,
t years, ft feet 101-2 inches high, hazel& eyes, 1, 2, 4, 3, 6, 7 anti 8, of .Fvusjcola. July 19, 1831. 19. matters and things therein decreed accord OBDCfiCO that JOB* Jtaaixw. ra...s.isco {
dark hair, dark complexion, and by range 23.Fractional, ingly. And it is further ordered, that copy and BaMJAMM D. Waieav, of
; a oeMler. profession township 1, of range of 29. 1\\\\\, Slaves. of this order to published in the Pensaco the first Jucuco Disincl, and TIVOTMT TwrrCHSLt. -
. Each sale will bo, kept open for two la Gazette once a week for three monthsaucccssivcI. Joatm FOMITH and Jons U BIT,of the
From the same place, on the 17th day NOTICE
is .
weeks, and the lanJOf'ed! lafor hereby given second District be aDd tie' same are hereby appointed
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of May, 1834: Private JOHN W. WILSON, the of schools by that there ha<'e been committed A copy. Attest' ComnMenoner School Laads for the
use
of Marines, aged25 years, five fm four or for other purposes, to my ruslody two SLAVES GEO F. BALTZELL, Clerk. Coatyef fx.teia.
will be excluded from / ;
sale.
and a half inches bight, brown July 17 No. 17 DRAKE I IJrdg.
grey eyes Given under hand one name JUAN or JACK, EDMo. L. \
my : at the City of Washington
hair, fair and by occupation ..
complexion he is
about .
five 4 inches
this seventh "?
,
day of A.
D.
previous to enlistment a Shoemaker o1831. ANDREW July, high, stout built, has a remarkably large Ne'W }Jost1T" e.
ever will apprehend either or*both of the lly the President JACKSON. mouth and thick lips and U about 23 year. POST OFFICE has been established ,Cattle Owuera, !
above named Privates and deUver them ai of A .
EUJAII HAYWARD age. .at Indian Key, Florida. All letters A RE hereby notified that be naensary ar ,
this or any, shall other Military Post in the Dui Cvminixjioner of the Gt'trallAI/fI Ofict ISAAC, is about five feet 2 inches high, and papers for parsons residing, on this bl- J*' >..,.a.nuareMwiDad.fi>rCBO8Slna 4
ted States receive Fifteen D eliaretch and
i about 44 yean of CATTLE at lands. Ta pries of ferriage mU !
age. They
9 belong and I'loridp
August al Cape
No. 2i95E3tew. Kayo-Oillt8yno New
and all reasonable' expesceep.Id. lo Walter ,
B. Lucas of Alabama coots head
and have River vacas board per
on
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# Key the light
THOMAS ship
A. LINTON been SAMUEL C. KETSER.
from him better
> lJaS1f1t.S away thaa a month. Florida, or on board any of the wrecking 9Ertcvttd
Capt Coatmandmg.f JOSEPH. May 5 tf Ho
f i 1u1y'6 1834. 6 blERRA, D. M. vessels, excepting the Plzarro, will reach
| No. 17 DEEDS, MORTQAGS AND BILLS CO": The Montgomery Advertiser is
requested their intended destination
most if
:
Mobile Mercantile
JQTIle Advertiseris OP SALE. : to insert tn.above 3 times and send mailed for this Office. readily JDD 1PmamraD
the
to insert above
requested six times, the account this office for
and forward the account to this c ffi c r, Tee! n\tc AT tars Orf& E. Prnsacola, Jolyf 19, 1B34.! payment.No. 19 11. S. WATERHOUSE, P. It!. .
Indian Key, (Florida,) May, 15, 1834.<< AT THIS OFFICE
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