Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: September 4, 1834
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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f PENSACOt, mount to many other duties heretofore overlooked. brought into market, and the pncceds In commence at or near Jacksonville, and I nothing can K a clearer principle of l wand
The bad state of our laws and placed in some permanent: fund for tie education paw directly through: the Territory to PenMccla. common cense, than that f\cry net of
53EUBU3Y rrmc1EIrTQ public affairs, have been subject of universal of our children-Vet those w.hc come would kt once meet their views a delegated power contrary to the strict
complaint and mischief yet the proper after us, to reap n golden harvest fr m our upon this important national object ; a railroad tenor of the commission under w hich such
TO THE VOTERS OF FLORIDA. corrective has not been applied. This does cleared field*, educntr their own'cWdren. only part cf the way, seems to Pit I rowt'rI exercised, is in reality void In itself.
/t Frt tow-Cmztns : not exist la consequence of a want of Intelligence This subject was brought to the notice of would be cf Hit little) importance, when It may be contended by some, that them I
My name having again been presented and virtue in the people, nor be- Congress during the time I was in the Council compared to oie on then hole route, U the \ lea lead to nullification, because the Jrt.-
to your consideration, as Candidate for the cau.se our Council too email or too large by a resolution, but has been permitted communication In that event would be Imperfect cogni/e\ many of the principles onwhicn the
office of Delegate In Congress from this in numbers ; and it would be a heresy to to remain unacted upon. lam In fatinr of and subject inirrrupiionseauKd i nullifiers rely In attempting locstabliah their
Territory, I deem It Important even at this say that it was caused by a combination of reducing the price of public lands h lIt tt, by too \long water carriage. lk.Mes the I leading position, that a State can unceremoniously
interests, organized to and control this was also presented to Congress induccm.'nts heretofore mentioned, render
early period, to submit you my gene. govern subject many any act of Congress<< a
tai vkws of the most important matters: the Territory by cabal and caprice for the by the Council, by a memorial drtun by for Congress) at once lo make an appropriation dead letter, within its own limits that the
connected with that: office, and: the advancement aggrandizement of a few.-Then to what Is myself, as! well<< as the dividing the onions for the : completion ctf this road, may decide to be unconditional. Not so,
of our common Territory.I it attributable? I will endeavour in part to Into sixteenths, the latter bas gone into the millions, of cubic feet of live oak that 1 concurring as 1 do, with that |party in many -
deem it Important, too, nt the same explain. useful operation, tut the former mnulns wonld stand Inrnedlatrly In the vicinity of of their views of State rights and State l
time, to answer the many and repeated This bal and tnwhftlrnorae state of our unacted upon. I still maintain! tta from this\ road, that Iou1clnd/ its way by ouch accmmunlcatior remedies-partaking with thtni tq the M.l -
call that have been m'rdenpon me, for an i laws and local government, generally, b'' the fact that the public lands in Florida direct to their navy yards, l lent extent in Iho tear the General Government -
open avowal of my political principles!' in caused by the defective state of our organic differ so materially in their relative quality that otherwise must remain in the forest, or ruay usurp an authority, 'JJOIIUl to
relation to the nature and tenor of the General law, or in other words, our Territorial and value and from the importance II fall in ruin lo lie axe, would of Itself in n those rights ana dangerous to the libcrtm
( and State Governmants. Constitution : This Constitution, if permit would be to the We-ttrlll\.nd many of the few } ('\lrlll\ll1ont to a sum nearly enough of the people ; I net ertbfoielle am ronPlrai"-
ted to ust'thu term was formed at Southern States to the w hole work, Government ed lornterlalnviewn
In doing thin, fellow-citizen, I am actuated a very lojiavethimwilled! witha complete entirely different Is
by a laudable desire to he useful to enrly period, when Florida was composedof view to the !security cf those estates its has nl hhowrsoinn years ago, a gt'lIlln. lo the mode and manner of ito rtllA proposed
my country, and to act in accordance: with mill: provinces, or military posts, just time of war, that Congress when fully apprised (Crust rdllt l ti\e :xt the urocrvation: and procurement by them.
the views and wishes of my old friends.: emerged from the monarchy of Spain, upona of all the fac.t.1: would at puce pas cf ii\f\ vnlusblc IIDI er. Would To"ay, however, that a State shall continue .
To be acandidate for office, is! only exercising basin that: gave Federal officers the rule : a special law for a reduction! In the price of not tM ptun <( retilng it, be much better to groan under the oppression of ad
a constitutional privilege guaran and influencfl! without regard to the pre the pine lands ; for my part should strenuously than' the rlalllJ'lu, of the lice Ilk acorns, in tnauthoriMid act of her ow n ngept, or that ,
toed to the most humble citizen. Public : sent intelligent population and advancedstate urge it, "'ILhoulllny regard to the plantations, 01 pa) leg from fifty to Bitty she shall be forced out of the Lnion by thin :
ofice in k free Republican Government of the country towards self-govern interest of land l circulator<< : who might l he thousand! dollItIl every,four or five year* agent, because he seeks a restitution cf
like out, belongs to the people ; and whilst ment, wnich has been permitted to remain injured, by throwing a large jquwiuty of for watching if run) growth upon the barter her violated sovereign rights, thereby compell -
(" without any material alteration to the present land into market at a reduced! price. flt'll coast 1 It is w ell know n to those xl to give tip to her co-States her
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expect to in the I must beg day. I am opposed to the J'Olu''ol favouritism acquainted wi.1i' this \nluable timber, thai moiety of the Federal wealth and constitutional
escape present,
I leave la the outset to refer to the source advocate therefore,would be, if elected pursued by Congress in relation to their I it is much miirrlor. both in Mite and firmness liberty, for which she, ha paid her
from which it is obvious' to many ,of you, to a general revision! of these laws, public domain, particularly In Florida, in the n'h hammock through which full ratio ithont some w ouM
acquainted: with the history of out-Territory upon a basis! that would give to the people which after to the office.holder all the public this road would pass than It c\cr tan be on 1 lx> to affirm a specie of injustice! unknown
f they will arise. as near as practicable, the entire controlof lands In the Territory, *What the working the sand beets nod ralmcto flats near the lo nil law, principle, and nwcn. hence
The Interest of a certain party, or class their own public affairs ; a policy, heretofore rain has to toil day and night to get a M>a. Congnw might aba hive live oak the question arixeo<< -Vhnl U a State to do,
of man, in this Territory, hw ever been, pursued towards other Territories, little homo upon pine land to support his plantations.this road upon their cm land when ie! is thusoppreMied py.n tincoumluiUmal -
taw the organization of our local Government and which Is so important in the proximity numerous family, who at last boars the of much bctcr quality than their present tariff, or other acts of the General
'I, to resist all changes that: would hazard of any to a State Government, in order burthen, of government, aod lights! its bat locition. This road in the sphere of its in (..o"I'mnlrnI1'oudrn)' tier the right to
;f I a diminution of their influence, emolu- that its citizens shall become more Intimate tles jn time of danger. It can be shoat n by /flucner wllldonblc the value of nil projucli resist on unauthorised 11'1" ithin her vio
mr.ntj, sad consequence, alternately dividing with the forms of State Government, and documentary evidence, that there haN been '; indiiFtr and quadruple the value of lated oovereign limits ;-you ,say that ibe
and uniting themselves, in those leading political principles: best suited more money actually paidty Congress for real estate aid add incalculably lo lit ronvenienoen cannot ithdraw from |,1\0\ Union ,ithput
t."t to one among who to come opposition to the formation of its. constitution and future services connected with the settlement<< disposals hi.iiic iH and (cornfoits of life. losing her ..qual.hare of the benefit cf the
& forward, against any what they! presumes have long since prosperity and happiness. &c. of the lands in Florida, than Until this cunmnnication should be made, same, and that he ought not lo suffer
: I should Senatorial branch all those riations made for clearing herself to fo
deemed to be their settled propose a to the public lands heretofore sold in the app cut lyrannined over by her
all office and publio benefits of Florida. I Ii In our L gi5iitur: If Congress should re Territory amounted to : And what great rivers, whidi from their nature cannot be own ngi-nt. Then what I I.' the to do7
\ their multifarious movements to sustain fuse upon the score of expense, they could good has it produced? Why it has made a of any use! t> our planting and "omrnfiYi.il In the language ref Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Madison -
i this interest, many evils have resulted to have no objection to a division of the present few men rich, great, and influential/ and interests to be applied towards I and many oilier, leaders of the Republican -
',. the Territory and which I have Council. The present number of thereby are entitled to the "coi "i been compelled in self-defence people which is 27-then let 18 be elected annually l. and iu/ragun of the [sC0 lr. Hut are ( 1 r toTallahnmre, and St. AngUMtine. In the peal cause of freedom "arnatthe
a'. occasions to complain of ,and upon sever- to the lower House, and nine every two those expenses at an end ? No. We are Th people aw much more Interested old Federal and Consolldatisg doctrines
consequently! have come in for a full expose share, yean to the upper House or Senato, all apportioned told that the various questions and duties' in this road than they arc in the of that Jay :-" That; in case of,a do
of their bitter detractions and abuse. It is by Counties or' Districts equally connected with the Florida land, are only suncryingol thorough eats or clearing literate, and dangerous exercise o.f other
true, I did not come to the Territory under upon the Federal ba. i.. in a fajr way to be closed. The claimants out rims the will) never be navigated, Midi powers, not granted by the said ronipsc,
the of illustrious This should have been done in the placeof under Spanish titles, who should have is seine in Mddle Florida.) the States who arc parties (hereto, have the
'. or with a patronage commission any in my packet, nor was the present arran eQent-we gain nothing been put to no trouble or expense by our A road fr'm AlachM or Ifill.shorougb\ right, and are (n dUlY bound ((0 interpose
or is residence purchased by one. I towards a wholesome system of laws government in the settlement o/ thtir: jut county to Cipe Florida, waw recommended for srrrotlng the (progrrs* of the evil; and
fame my to the Territory in 1821 with a view and pnblic regulations, by an increase of claims, by this course of policy have paid by me anne years ago. From a per- for maintaining, within their re'lteefhe!
Of with, honest number to the Council o long as there is more to Bet their titles rccOfaU this count rxamiriuon of all the toast ?from HI. limit, the authority, right, and liberties
+ supporting and my family of those an advantages avocation but one branch, except for the worse, the the'land In controversy many instances\ Marks to the capo, 1 because convinced of aprwrtalnine to then" 0
in to partake with fellow-citizen-, history of all ages as well as our own experience Is actually worth. Our delegate heretofore the utility nnj practicability of this road, & Vy this, I underatand, ,is meant, that a
: that common the reward my of merit and conspire to prove the fallacy of complained in Congress of this policy, as a a survey of I like Macaco end Its rupponcd State hat the right Brit to fn/erraM .
by right are I have but one branch in Legislation, but the absolute denial of public justice; he aim succeededin connection \ correct
never opposedthose
principles. and necessity of two, HO as to act as Inducing that body some yean ago to abolish view to a starn boat communication between 'Contention, and then declare In per ov.
gentlemen higher advantages, checks upon each other: many of the pow. the office of law agent of this Terri Jackwnullrt and 'hI Cape, which reign nAme that said law 'or act a, an I"
tttereby perkapi, Mfker claim,in only which to resist Ian ers now exercised by the governor should tory, upon the grounds that there were no would at orrp throw open( o inset of country Nuniption of power not warranted bY IMIConllllfUUon. t
palpable publio injuries, be /given to those two houses and to the duties to be performed under that office, to rmigratttit, more extensive Jinn all the .- In the second place, --lo
of all times
conscious having at presented people. other than to retard the settlement of the balance of(be Territory, vjth a climate! mike this decision known to bcr cp-Jftafca.
to them backed an open front undisguised office and by I should also advocate the election of the i land claims ; yet, strange as it may appear, suitable to all the tropical production, demanding their interference and (T ciiiont
artifice, or by patronage I Governor b q.: the people, provided Congress. we now see under other auspices, the sum now article of importation and ntccHNity Who art also, "In duty ftow/,"by.the nature
public money. Advantages readily accorded would pay his salary' ; I mean not only to of$9,973 appropriated last winter, to pay in our hon* market. of the compact, lo (ntrrrvittjitiriwtrticn
to them, and which they enjoy in say I am in favor of it, but that I would this self-same law agent and assistant counsel son thtnuhject of general politics, Ishah authority for arreUn tile pro.
I is therefore i
It from
an eminent degree. press it as a matter of good policy and of for services thus rendered, without the endearour lobe-brief plain, and can grew the [ j] evil, and for main
I nucleus that I have still their
tbb source or right, without any regard to any one that authority of law or the actual existence of did. I bar ever held, that the Federal taming within r pectlve'lljnlt'; /tL
to expect to receive 'my opposition, from might nil that office at the time. such an office, and again the express disapprobation Governmrd, no railed, was formed or constituted authority, rights and ifbcrUes'app&ain.
', which I shall not shrink, but Invite by the Anew Judicial District, to include Frank of Congress heretofore pressed by the people of the Slates actiugan lag to U.em"ln a ." Otnml (bnvomtioatqf
way scrutiny, into my private and pub lin and (bc den Counties shouldbe his Instance and this free and tht States which
Jackson, at I too, without any wvrcipu, independent pa. there Co-States 'hats etl.
lie character, conduct and! course. established. The great commercial Interest objections on the part of the Territory, to rate comminitirM, delegating: by s compact led 'upon, cannot rrJ,"; wi OUt'lHm. I
It is lot my purpose, however, fellow- that has and must still continue to far as we know.In { and ;onxtitution, to thU UfnvralJovemracit selves vjolaflng their swlrrpnthelf ) ceiIfnW Ira
\ citizens. to dwell upon topics of this sort, centre at Apalachicola, requiring at all relation! Internal Improvement ( certain therein specified sovereign characters, which aU/ ttie
\ I or to resolve indiscriminately, the conductof times the exercise of maritime jurisdictionat generally, for the Territory, I should of er H, for On gene'sal good and safety II row.! States are mutually fMgtd tq path other
, i any set or party of men into improper mo-( that place, renders it necessary ; besides course advocate them without any regard m erving o theniHrlvrsi! renpeethely all to maintain Ilie bail",of tmmetgDje .
\ tines bat admit that due allowance should this, the number of places now required by to sectional feelings or ; and 01 herll. Tint IliViwi delegated powers must jiutitt. That In this Cons-entiOO'tracb:
l' be made for the honest: errors of the mind, law for the Judges of the Middle and Western while I admire the liberality oflCongress on be ronstrud strictly, whIM those rcwrved State Is equal In voting, without reg ud to
:so often led astray *by hope, reward, and districts to hold Courts at, is so great this subject, I must say that many of the liberal: That there Is no general or the number of her cluwns of Feder" cna' I
'" jealousy, and will l therefore, proceed that it would be aJ.r impossible for either appropriations heretofore have been partial common uspirc or Judge provided for In mention. 1/
, other matters of interest and concern. to hold a Court that place. and applied to useless objects. This the eonttUtion, that on deckle in contro JJut those who contend (foe Nujiir'cadcn\
\ $ Felloe-citizens. we occupy a Territory! I should be In favour of our going into a may have been caused by incorrect surveys verted cast between the sovereign action by a State dying at once lo reaJstante 1 ,wlf i. i
1 4 peculiar in topography, climate, and pro- State Government, provided' the peopleshould reports and estimates, or from some of theStattand! the General Governments | out! first clingon: her co-State l'UI1J! 'War.'
diction of soil,,from sty other portions of be willing to pay the expense Incident other causes, but so it is, large sums of money that (right Btnaiiu inherent in the -Sutm, will" lillY that those Bates will tot obey
I the Ooioa, besides this it forms the utmost to its operations. To throw off Feder have been expended to no benefit whatever themselves to excreta at pleasure, no this call, and j if they do" t1 ey 1vl otto W
r. verge of our Southern limits, with a soacoist influence and a state of vassalage, and save! the ime"t of those disbursing long/ as they remain parties to the compact. down and the evil, Ihertfore,'wflj (IJU) eiit. II
upwards of a 1000 miles in length, indented take our stand in the Union as a free and It, whilst improvements of vast Importancehave The General Government having, therefore This is a Uppodtioq wltfcofcl ai IT lest
:t with ship-harbors and Inlets, immediately sovereign State, should be a subject of pri- been entirely overlooked. The settlements rcsultd from the compact and -imiitutlon. wm of practice, and therefor. ,' ,6ouM pa '
R e t la the vicinity of those great maritime mary consideration with us, and should on the Huwannee, have been much ofvovreigii communitlr, acting d1II'8; It Uhardly lo M lerrxjf/d,' i
operations, between the North, the claim our unt;jring exertions. With a viewto retarded in consequence of there having each for Itch, but jointly in the formation, thtonyMtate would perpctyaii 'jhe: 11..
,1 Sjuth, and that extensive fertile Western this*.! would propone a subject of revenue been no Ire rovementson'that rher and It Ihirbour must be covblered in the character of an covered faults of lls'.owiigfnt, pointed)
valley, watered by the Mississippi and< its for the Territory or' Slate, which, If This river it equal to any in the agent wit general superintending power out h)' one oCthl1DtMJ'III! and( .. t
; tributaries; in short, it is the kty-.tone of properly managed, would in a great degree Territory-its harbour and entrance shouldbe strict,y Untied, and subject aU tunics to rome \Itself a slave to Its own folly ap40eg- .f
too States, the haven! of their commerce, remove the tears of heavy taxation. accurately: surveyed, and the channel the wjJl ail absolute supremacy of those leci ; should, however, acriiiip'of. fhttt, \; rep
.w and rampaft in their national defense, a- It would be to obtain from Congre. the or bar deepened, if necessary. A lighthouse coiiimunitto { for, to deny thin, would be ever arias In our time, \ do 4bfll/fotr\: / ;
;) ffaio.it foreign invasion upon the gulf seati power to license fisheries upon the coast of should be built and a custom house to aimer tht the agent greater than Lila to wy, that f will be found upon ln$i 'vde'; I'
board.tth. Florida. The time allowedly the treaty ,established there this would once bong ptillelpal s-th. servant, til* maoter-and of ihe fitatet"agtuwt Federal rencrptchmentN -
;, VP a view to those advantages, the i for Spanish subjects to fish on this coast, this place (into notice and greatly facilitate man, hi Isrp ker. In any resort that would acrn QU>.t
f General Government purchased the Florida expired some two years ago they still, the' trade of the settlements shove: The The 24 At cf inn Date Is in the following likely to restore eonllhvtIClllaJ !lr11 .,'nd
*., at the enormous um' of 5,00),000 of ; however, continue to enjoy thin valuable cotton, &c. that would of coarse'Jlnd {Its' .od*. "Each retain its perpetuate the Urion.r t i
,10 Ji'I.. Dollar. with this view' it is, and has ever resource of the Territory, without contributing -,way down this river, could then be shipped ; overeignt freedom and Independence<< ; WblUt upon t.>fls. nAJM; It'.jgabh be 4
t teen the wise policy of Congress, to promote any thing towards the maintenanceof direct for the North, and home supplies re-. and tvery power, jurunilctlon, and right, perhaps proper'for IM to farther! ,mn.rt. J
f' the prosperity, of the Territory by its laws. Thee fisheries already established [turned. which |I. Dt by this confederation expressly that the ConitHutionnM'evHerrtJy.Ptrhtc.d t fl
S building all necessary fortifications, surveying upon a very extensive scale, andit Congress has ever since the cession of delegatd to the U. I'Itatl''t in Congress to point rat soy clear tuuUtpnief avt4Oy,
her coasts,, harbors, and inlets, roads is presumeabk that they will not be occupied the Floridas, manifested a great desire to awembTrd From this, It is clear thai which a Htat. can seek a 'ipfMT"and a't fuU
anal canal, routes and removing obstructions by our own citizens, who under such :perfect a great national communication across the Stale fere sovereign when they constituted restitution of her eWated.ovrrefjq rtltl"'
in the same, erecting light-houses,, regulations (shovld they embark in that I the peninsula. In order to avoid the i IW General l.o.'rrnruent ; and a* Hince the above nafle mar. >"conal4cred:
buoys, and beacons, building arsenals, o- I business) ought to be exempt from tax.- dangerous pll pge' around Cape Florida, there IVM evidence in the Constitution\ by some dotrhtfpl J, wd by kQ fedfeu.l ihlt
pemng and repairing roads, &<<:. Improve- From my personal knowledge of these fish and to ur.ite6th more facilit & tradeof that the y tWp tfe&lMicn py an
J:1."Qts.at absolutely necessary to every erie, and information derived from correct, the Atlantic States, with hose of the Govirrftcnl, we'mu t of course consider immdoKiit ana a plain gal of cvrutrvc-
Mate io .the Union, a* it WM to purchasethe sources, I am warranted in the assertion, western | a desire founded on Ae first Jaw] thatd mill retain: their mmiguiy, lion to I Ihe Constitution,'b apparent 11"1
country from Spain. Then would it that a revenue might be produced to the othatirre.whicb adf-intered. There U (r ( Independence) and every and thai the good sense of Uiepfopl* of be
DOt beidieulous presumption to say, that Territory to the amount of ten or fifteen not a member in Congress, vbote constituents power, luitdirtion.. aid right wblch I II notexpressly'legated State, will no doubt aecurf. I, tkftt"he ,
Coignes with BO National Debt, and an orerflowing thousand dollar per annum. are not more or less interested in this : The I0th Art. of'the and to their posterity, tw anerti q4 the
Treasury, would refine or even The School land fellow-citiien: U a work, in a commercial as well as national ameodmcit of the Constitution declares mode mlclllgible<< to every fcodyi of adjna- \
neglect imnm**>itu>ntn'thin sort- ? Yea lit subject of treat importance to the present point of view : the as well u thai "the pavers not delegated the I'ni- line thoM dloVrcflcet wkki wig{ patoraljy
-d1'u; idle to presume that, Congress population the' Territory and which the, good people of Florida, bate been entertained ted Slates iy the Constitution nor prohibited ana rtf'qutfttJy grow' cnq of eppigtigchima .
would abandon their revenue cutter*- ban been much neglected., It must be' recollected this ten yean, with the hope of a to thirtaies, are reserved lo the Mate f.utbrirlIY, wi rw:': > 4.iedenl .'
withdraw then armed vesasels from their that two townships ofland are &by .!tIp cbuuul a Utoroufnt *ro. this mprttivey, or to, the people": Tim 0th ( I Urrernmrdt. ka
revpectivettaUonivind refuse or neglect\ a gelll'ra1lw of CoD<<1'e8II reserved to all peninsula, which to a practical man aqnarnted $- Art. of tht name maintains that the Ennmeralloi when a State may otn>l W'
I to.ann sad equip their soldiery in time of new Territories, beside the sixteenth sections with the sea eoasltn the gulf side, In the Constitution! of certain resist cncroacnmcnta II power,she(
war* u ty suppose those indispensable national for the wale purpose o/rdncatfog the td subject u die encroachment of the mangrove -i rights, shill not be, construed to deny or aiy do *o la a mH. beordasee
objects would not at all times meet ehildrer of t" first settlers, as a benevolent and coral rock, and the wdden changfa : 4iparaf pthera retained by the people! with our ''' Detpetat.ty .
their concurrence+ when presented them. competsafimi for the privation and difflrulties of sand bars caused by high winds at Those claveafurnish eoncliidve testimonythat etour "" i ib11:
.. Bat, fellow-eitiwau,, U a suggestion of they have to encounter In settling a great dlundes the a.ba.aDd. Is U.Irfmtly. the (fneral Government was formed "- astel wteW too
those! Improvements U Congress all the wilderness fly our present polky, they .visionary tndW a cut of this tort by the Bile authorities and riot by- the often t 111 orcIn"I' rat
duties of your Delegate 7 Large appropria- lands will "remain until IU pioneers, art U Utterly impracticable/ ; and could pot be people fata**, attktly, limited, rxtrtUni Ko limn ... :
lions of rtoneyj I ka w, hare high Minds, supptaated by those of the wealthy Jfoooo, : fflbeted by tfie wealth of Creates gaited i only thOMfOvcr* Clearly 4elfpte" "snd it U a good theme for eel nllferillf. to be educated by the MVQWds 'o/ these with ibe power of Bonaparte* .. [ochtn".t WfMtrued.to deny or dbparage -p
to say nothing about the ftimnlous .ft aCe binds,1 tins,subverting the benevolence of The last Legislative Coonefl, in my 6Aioo. 1.. people of the Nate*: Or f 1t.lW'rro.p.ku
aside alto Uttot! iMW. thpsc farorHes'l Congress, and depriving the riffetft owners strwk la part upon tb. t only practicable H ty*. ...rm.; or art, of the General ,
wtJo "" -" H' : of their just rifhts, to the amount1 pUn by 'whelk to* afl toporraal Joy rnra< ..attar to the strict letter l am wflw I a
For my part I consider then not para- 200,000. dollars. These 1 leads' swM be 10000ya hon eu_t .cffixtf4;,AnU o.d I( 'fe4'JtO'Ua, an toldefatr 1IoIi.. u aafPR .



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l ws-the "Protective Tariff ys. been doing to, tic hat six yean !tat the irectly at vtriaace with law I will not however remiuncdiathelofLnJendeavored I lAst ot Lett;;;

tern"-Internal (Improvements, In, av8w obviocs) reawa eipreased bt hJ llltlf, that remind the good citizens of Florida, acuaioted to force a hole through the Bemainn! inthe Post Ofhee." October 1, 'I
i for local obecta.-rfte| "Unitad' States' he could hot well expect his friend to su- with the entry of land, and great thatch and call for help. SS hUe. ihe was 1834. ,JO";: Persons! cnquinrg for Letter '

i Wank"-the ProeJamVion tgiinst: Sooth lain him nnles he raided Ipersottally _amongthcm. disposition( of come to speculate upon them thus empfopA1,, the.}p8D1&er cut off the on this list, will please ask for udertiacd -
Carolina,,' and the *.Force: Bill"-Indeed! I In it* purchase, of all the evil that would childrens' ears! and noses 1 and at l last killed Letters.
havealwnyaviewedthhdoctrinelnthelightof Col. White had every.reason to believe, consequently have flown from such a rule, the poor maimed innocents, scornfully: proclaiming ,''A, ."- .
i an uniiringcourtier around men in Federal that if had not formed this determination,. It i 11'1' enough to say that under such any to the mother the murder he had hub Bray Geo. F. DaUzelT. Brackn .

power holding out the golden ictptrt, and hod come and resided in tne Territory, furnni'it' inifhj take out an application for committed: The latter having! < with great ln. Francesco Beauv ais, ANalson J lk: u-
while the people are lulled to sleep to awaken and had pursued correct course, that he a whole county or district, and thereby exertions made) a hole in the roof, tailed: see A. Brown W. M. Barker, {ii. bean,
In e/ton/ *-Ye* like,tho evil genlu would will have had my warm support hewell mike the citizen pay him any price that aloud lot fcelp. Her cries wire heard byan B. brice. Mile. Rosita Bisinte Louis! Ha ,
that lurked around Brutus' tent, it may yet i knew on the other hand, that so soon ht' might choose to ask, when in fact: hedid officer/\ who wa passing by In an open on, Blukc' & Stedman, Mm. Bell, Don. [ .'
'Y meet the fight of tho State at PMUtppt t! .* he declined, it was expected by many ofour not own one foot oUt, not had paid the carrlaltfwho sent hit !servant (while he 'hilipe Jlrvumont'Nm. Blair\ Mrs. Ahd >
end place M Cnar did upon the liberties of friendly that I would ,be a candidate. first cent in iu purchase I did not.do this remained sitting in the carriage) to inquire ioureier J. nsbatiste Bern r es, Eugene: .
of Rome, an unlimited raonarcoj- on their low, if Col. White was really sincere inn on my own personal account, nor was it to what was the mlitter. The servant hastened de Philipc tics Beaumont ...,
"'ruin, fatal to the rapid march freedom, hilt declining, but found upon his arrivalat gam. popular favour ; the land w a* for nvorifcy to the spot? but oa entering the cottage C.

seven in other clime, no DoLly taken up in Washington! last winter, such a change; \ friend, and now a "distinguisheditizdr was met by the murderer w ho plunged the Capt. M. Canone, Capt EdwaM Clark,
thin, and so gleriously maintained by our In his affairs that made it necessary for, of Florid*-at that time hid never knife in his heart,, so that he fen and expired Nathaniel Co{>b, Ezeikel Cobb, \\m. t rl1Ie. >',
war-worn father of the revolution. In him to alter his determination-why did he asked o.held office in the Territory. I w ithout 1roan.. Tho officer surprised :\ \ Francois Dctde,Rose Cirajngs, Gcoigc
short. we have nothing to fear from tht refuse n frank cor ; with me oncthcd it a duty owed 10 my country at hilt delay, went himself the cottage, Clark, Tho Carpenter Danl Cheney,
: wealth and power of ho States, but ery which I sought, and whc4rrrtttmight have IJto' )' to ward off the mischief such a rule would here perceiving the horrid scene, he I Clerk County CLtul'll I Gilbert! Curry; Enocii
t < some anncublo with our prOlh ice tQ ray fellow citizens.! From this! attempted! to stop the flight of the murderer, Coates.
Governmeat friends; and not seek or cold consultationsith J may well; date tha whole apportion to me and with his sabre cut off all the finger of D.

macy of Iho StU over a strictly limited our former opponent upon that subcct -I from 4 certain quarter to the present! time his! right hand, but was not able to hinder Mr*. Sarah C. Doer Mile Lodikla DC-
i General Government. Let the wealth and which must have led |o his qew deter- In,|W7, I was elected to the council, him from embracing the opportunity to escape etre, :2, Geo Davis Capt. Kncn: Heir, Kcv.
;, power of the Statcsbo considered thatof the nmation of becomming a candidate ? Again wher I served three successive year! in through the door as it stood open. Anthony Dickcrson, Mr Duprcy, Lnnng:
Union maintained not by force or martial ; if he held out this i i>ra of his declining that station ; I wall neither idle nor wantingIn lie woman had, while allthiswaapassmg'! & Levctt, Joseph Dearcnpait. .
law but by equal right, benefit and bur or procured the i insidious assistance my untiring exertions! to bring the public made her way through the roof and run ton t' ,

e then, and mutual Interests of our country, of any other persons to dolt for him, when flairs.of the Territory forward into a more village, which was at a pretty considerable John Ellis Jas.*T\. Exam: Jame Enter- .'.
', our whole country then we. will not see he in fact knew he would He a candidate-I health'and prosperous action If in the distance to fetch assistance.. km, his Excellency Gov of ,Florid f
t, oar capital thronged with office hunters", such would bo very reprehttuiblc, and truy .' may Important laws which I introduced !Meanwhile the husband on his way home, the \
trafficking for places arid Inftul'nce-blU we mortifv'ing to his real friends. and supported, in those sessions, I did a meet<< the bloodstained murderer whomhe Dr. Fonda, R- Fcrnnndez, Juan 1'errcr,'
will ace the true Republican principle of Col. White says again In hn circular, ingle act, that was not for the interest of recognizes OK tile/ beggar who frequent Capt. Footer, Robert lounger, 't
Jefferson again Infused in the grvernment, II that those who have rcndired no HI rt ices he: Territory and to promote the w elf;ire that part of the countryThe hypocrite, G.

In Iho place of (hat alarming monopoly, 10 the people of: Florida, am have no other o f the people, I have yet to hear the first concealing his fears under affected lamentation Mr: Nancy Ga}'lor, :Missouric L. Gn.I b!', ,
whose profession seem to be, not to daunt upon their consider ion and suffrages / complaint. Manyofthbimportanthnprovemerits held up hilt mutilated hand, saying: Moses D,
make plain but to obscure the affairs of a ', than a supposed concurence of political that have taken place since in our \l:1ko: : haste! there U in your house a Godfrey.If., .

j state and profit by such obscurity.: opinion upon doctrines tf political ceoomy Territory, were brought to the consuleraon 'murderer an officer who has killed your Euphrosme Hinard 2, Capt. Wrn. Hill t.
lI These,fellow-citizens,are my views and or constttuional coi truetion, may of Congress by those councils in resolu- children, andlikewise a man bo attempted Don Manuel Hernandez]
I political opinions upon State right and find it to their interest t divert public ions or memorials!, drawn or advocated bj to defined them and from whom I have I. &7.

P Jemedws-upon nullification and consolidation attention from those subjcrt* within the me. narrowly I'sca.d in the condition you J.,D. Jerrison, Jas.: P. Jctt, Ralph Jacob -
t, ; if they are wrong it I"i not becauseI acknow lodged sphere of}"ou representative It is true in thi station and *mce. I have SCf!. The terrified countryman, while the :
a wish them to be so,it is' because I believe to such., (State rights! ) ash can ncter be had to contend against a powerful party about atrocious! villain hastens to escape: dies, K> '
from a thorough conviction that they are called to act upon, durin the time for Tallahassee sustained! by office, pat vith his loaded gun in hi hand to hilt cot. Jasper King ;.

the only true republican principles, upon hich you elect htm." Th< *, fellow-cui- ronage, and public money, :My exertions talc)< perceives through the open door the L.Copt. '
which the liberties of our country can be ens, arc tho cxprcsfiions oT jour distinguished to secure the funds arixing from the lands! officer and the bloody corpse of his: children David; LAn dl'!!, Mrs Dcliliah

maintained. I have endeavoured to redeem << delegate, pronounag sentence a- ,given to the Territory by Coqress to build take him of course for the murderer, Lawson, Geo Luther, Mrs Tbo*. j.inton, f.
I my pledge in the outset to be brief, plain, alnst his un opponent*bfthave thought Capital from a gang of favorite who put levels his pieee, and shoots him dead on the Mrs.! Ann N. Lurnss, Mrs Julia N Lewd, t
't and candid. Will my honourable opponents proper under our Republica institutions, their heads together under official.influence spot The wife coming up with the villagers Hobt. Larrcner, Capt. LIo)"d. U. S. A. Don t.

be equally no 7 and perhaps at tho !solicitation of many of topocketthelast dollar of this fund, throughnot hear the shot, sees the officer fall, Jose Anievan y Llata, 3, Lockerman &; ..
Relative to our Territorial politic, I nourwlvc,*, to enter into an honourable quite successful, nevertheless are an utter*a piercing cry, and exclaims: "What Craig, John t. Lewis.M. .
hare but a word to say. It Is I to bo regretted canvass for the highest office i i your gift evidence of my devotion to the inmate of have you done \ ou have killed our deli'crernot .

that too great a disposition ha* been Is he, sirs, the judge of ms and services the country as well as my successful rcsi-! he but the beggar is the murder John Mallory,Col! Jackson Morton,Ben j. .
shown among[ us heretofore, to CO for men or are_ you? Is ifH; Bounce tocharge lance to a similar: speculation, in relation to of our 'hifdrf'n! The husband, whose! Marshall Mari Moreno, Abraham Mil-

.and not me ures.. Our territory it hilI''! me won been truly said by a neighboring state, lute you; by diverting public attention to KUOects the land sales for Gadsden 'ounty, scene, and still more by his! ow n rash deed. 3, Alexander McCaskell, Madame Tomas
been embroiled in the most! bitter political, '! of State rights: and thercly cheat you will not be forgotten by those whose homes! stands a few moments petrified and motionless Magaloi, Emile Merlet, Dn.Mari4J1Q l\liche- s
c1t..enrd. and for what object 7 the hope of' out of jour dearest privileges short it saved under the pre-emption law-and falls back in a fit and expires !-U. S. lena, 2 John McAut er, A. Mooefs, Antonia ,

getting office, and the fear of losing them, sit among the duties for whic? your elect last, though now by some, perhaps: considered Tilegraph. Mo jon, Hc,'. Green Malone, A.MeKr ; ,
! with a disposition to keep them all in the your delegate, to deny you the rght of drsussing least my exertion to sustain Col. .
i same family and tho large sums of government "political rronvmy and 11I8titution- White in his public, and in the private The Convention lately called for the N. ,

money following in their train, al c"8trltr ', "of your own flee and happy character of himself and family, against purpose forming a written constitution A. W. Nicholson.:

1 with now and then a quarrel among themselves > country, yourtery political I existence the wanton attacks made at that time by for Rhode bland, w ho has: hitherto managed O. .
about who should be the great min, 8'4 freemen, for which our forefathers so those who now perhaps arc his friends, to do without one, assembled at Providence II David Ogden, A. Osborn. ,
or pocket the most cash, are in reality the nobly lived and died to perpetuate to polt-' will not be obliterated by ingratitude in the last Tuesday and continued in ses- P. .
um total of our Florida polities, about criiv? No sirs!!, H I is a prnil
I which M much ha been said by big and by should dear to him If, or ftllou- In conclusion Fcllow-Cctizcns permitme of Portsmouth, was appointed President, S. Patterson Capt. Henry Penny, 2, Dr.J. .,
little politician Is it not then time, for citizens, whether he be ii I. MJne, in Horii to a word on my own personal account and Wm. It. Smith,Srcretary.CIIU; It. Parker 2, Mrs. Harriet Proctor Peter -
tlje good people of Florida who have thus or u]>oii the deserts\ or!>'fcerm ; but to .liar readily accord to my honorable ner $ Eml"irrr.llarrard L. Pritchett. ,

i% I '1 'been disturbed and injured, to cast off/men which he should cling with IIItaring vigilance oponents advantage in early life, and since f'email,Seminal-A new Institution R.
politic* with all their corroding H* the last ana only plank in the that I had the good fortune to
( never possess for the education of females in all Joseph Bitchy, Mrs A. 11. Runjtfn.ts. { .
ete*, and for the future '/go for tendl.1-1 wreck that: gould; save him. Ii I that wealth and the patronage of office the higher branches! has been established at _

> t ae4 upon policy requiring men These exceptionable decimations anode and illustrious men-Two of my opponents Harvard Mass, It w under the charge of Mrs. Sosciky, P. Sonchet, 2. no well .
t public confidence, lo rely upon merit and alluded to, may leemhowawe right to'taman in addition to those advantage, Mm Todd, who I* raid to be eminently Simon, Wm. Stedman, Edwin $SHorey Mrs '
eorrect for honour and office. in high wrought luxutj, Icyund and have toad of cffice and .! :
principle the support large qualified for such a !station, and the Seminary .\. W. Sorgenfrey. ..
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; OftherelatiohsbettreeaCol. White andy above the common Intersouno of him frl- sharks, fMn.,we jrioment they came to i is in all respects, of the highest order. T. ,
i + .1D elf, self lusUneatton requires me to 10,,- ltlzel\.1 or constituents', forgetting an the Territory?'AlTof which has placed Capt. T. Twitrhell Luke M. Tnomas! .

lip t peak. After the delegate election of 1829, he naturally will, those depe eat feelings those gentlemelr in easy and affluent circumstance 16Cutting davit.--."flamed, at Washington R. Towers, T. M. Taylor. ,
candidate the people which Is uul|l for eiuui- and of .
unsuccessful with time
In which I wa an upon *, means bccurIng on the 17th ult. Mr. Josiah Peck to V.
I found myself placed In a very unpleas, dates to possess that reside |moiig them :< vigilant and important friends and Miss: Am'elin llushel." This Ambrose Vaughn.
of this Ir may incjikate: too, from hbit, those a.conspicuous: stand in society, whilst I has belittled herself young \V.T. '
Territorygrowingoutofmyop, ltion to notion of higher orders., that gi emnunt have been compelled to rely solely on my certainly in this match. To don some from mtanvre a- D. Watson, Isaac Wilkinson #John

series of public abuses! directly Icvcllod at are formed for Kings ahd Noljj men, and ptl'lOnallabour and exertions for the Bushel to a Peck must be go realizing what Wilkinson, Willis G. White, Alexander M.
j the rights and Interest of the people, by a not for the people, fir at least tat no One maintenance of my family and whatever is meon't sometime by a woman's lovtr Wood, '.Mrs. Martha Willis, Geo.Vi ilIitl, 2.
party well known. I found too a di'4\\>Od' halt claim, or his rendered i 'rviecihul stand I may now occupy in society. ine her dignity in edloek. A Providence NAVY.
lion or rather a, determination to sustain ,nmslf. Rut in a country like < irs, where A\the age of seventeen, I saw my country he LimtenantfVi9M.Armstrong '
abuse insidious atTempt he people are the m.wtcr!*and tt representatives invaded by a foreign nothing editor sajs, suppose the next generation Chas.
those' obnpxtous by an enemy, seeking
will be Aa//Tetk and Hushch.Ibid. C. Turner, 2, A D. Fairfax 1 Wm. D.
half ,
(to induce the people to eJct<< a delegate the IIC'rvantll-ht're { litical dis- << less than ihe annihilation of our happy Porter, J.Coxe-Paaad! .... ,\. >
favorable M their which from cwsionsarc cherished, and pi >lie sentiment Union. Inspired with those feelings! tJeo. 2 J. M. --.1'men,
,I ,my early acquaintance with the leading fl'ltwhf're'c'ry<< citizen I IA free to my country that prompted( my father in JtimarkaMtnitanff of flit fffect (if II. J.Gardner.Uid.hilmt'fl -
i Skipworth, Ab-J
discuss what topic of political i or his toil I ight1l1"'r.-Durinl the storm on Tuen Doyle,.
men Of both me, old parties always uniteuin nomy revolutionary readily exchanged
ner Baker Fairfax 2 E ,,
Laniet 'm.
wnmon intenit but divifled in action, I constitutional construction he p oscs without the peaceful fireside eJ home. even at that day the ttb instant! a flock\ of blackbirds Adams-John ,
I i t well knew what might be'efreetrd by.proper the withering eye of censors r pro-con- age, for fatigues and hardships of the camp had taken refuge in a tree in Spencer Benthall \\01.11.Busby Carnet T-J.Barber, J. D.
management in the choice of a delegate mule, such high toned doctrine >4 the above and freht of tattle, where I remained prop- Mas! when the tree was struck by < P. Kirk Geo. M Johnson Jo-
fromreJther aid. I did. not believe then will not long stand the test wit) men who pUn with the common enemy of our liberty lightning and seventeen bird The tree Moffat*ph 3 Noah, Manchester; vest 2, R. T. t s
mow their rights and have 1m pcudenee until I it was very little injured the bark \\"OIIl1hivrr. France Ren-
J that aAhitd candidate opposed to this commit saw again nobly triumph over ed. shaw, Janits Thompsen.If. .
'Interest, however r, much his' triumph. enough! to maintain them. that of despotic nrav. '.
I might-nave contributed to the interest othis ( Jn;"onelusion: upon thi subject will remark At the end of the l last war a reverse of fortune 30 KELLY, P. M..
Territory could be elected.! I thereforeupon that my course toward .fol. While placed me, aa a stranger in the wildlf PORT OFPEWSJLCOL.I. Sept 1834. .30 _
a'public pledge from CoL has ever been, open, frank ail I sincere, of the western country to contend against NOTICB.l

Wbi receiving i elected he would take a decide destitute of marrow di:4tnlstt anti duplicity.When the vicissitudes proverty: I consequently jttartnt gnttrUfltntc.Arntnl ( weeks after date. shall apply to
*t* 4 with me in this controversy, Col. W. wa charged bov. Du- entered into the vocation of a mechanic to trance Ui t. SIX Honorable aJlbta County Court,
dxlittedthe olieitatiohs of many of my val, in a hand bill, upon the' idence ofSenator which and other personal exertions to the Brig TeiiHaw, Averill our Nt'w.York-Car. for Letters of Administration en the estate

friend to continue a candidate: To check Bibb' of having, lad ?rdme to present.day, I am alone indebted for whativer go for.Mohilr and sundries, to the master, of AbhENSIO IPINIA. decu d. ,
i t those abuse and prevent their recur the President, at the very time h waswrtMC I may now poetess. Schooner Elizabeth. Orleans MATIAS HElWDEZbOTO.OctoWr .

tree, was paramount with me to office the support of m.lhnd./ ienda by I have thus Fellow-Citizcn given you a -Cargo-to Navy Agent Forsjth and Jos., t'orll'th.Ndll.lonfr 1, 183-&. No. 30ueton
I No alternative wa" therefore left but thatIshould letters of praise and vindication f me what candid and an unvarnished view of such : Jane
supped Cole: election which was my course then? Did I pia he double matter as I deemed important for your information leans Cargo Mary Marshall, N. Or \ Sole.
-to G. W. Darkle Forbes' }
i a I did do for the above reasons, wftth a zeal part 1 Did I take that advan ge of his in making up jour impartial J. ), ,
lljer & Lo
Strong, Damn S. Barns be sold on MONDAY
and frankness to him, and I believe" with well" known critical situation, w nth from decision in relation to lour next delegate Jerrison & Foster WILL 29ih'Sept. ,:
and J, Bnker. order of the '
liberality and fairness to the opponents' the facts, I would have been wi ranted in; Should you, in your wise determination by syndic f
Schooner Echo, Brown N. Orleans C. Forsyth of Ne\\rl.ans. LOT .
i whi.,\a I \gouldno doubt continued to have; and which must have defeated h i election, extend your confidence to me, all I can Cargo to J. L. Lock Public N. 12 i
and J Irwin. on ,the Green CO feet
done, had not he* by his own course o f and all his future prospects an a man of pledge myself to, is that I will endcavou containing 4
Schooner Rose
in Bloom. Ferrcn, Mobil\ front by 93 feet in depth Term 00 days ..
conduct placed men opposition. CoLVhiie. truth and honor? No. With gnanimi- to act in accordance with y\\pur best w is-hcs .
I -Cargo-to Jerrison & FOilt'r.and the credit. HCMtY MICHELET
\ wa himself the cause of our present ty which I hope will ever char terfse my and interest and the general welfare of our I ,
I' I ippgaitioQ, not 1, whether from just conduct towards all men I at oe repliedto whole country. Should your confidence, master Aug. 30, 1834. 25 Auctioneer

I ernglustmotiveptime/ ..ghutamuecdoter. the Governor" Ins publicatioi I mine. >art. of the Territory, which ei irely dilt- J[ will bow with respectful submission-to Brig Tensaw Averill. Mobile .1n'/ I' 'I .
, 'I I j 1 Col WfcJf* says,'however .smote drew armed Ai', of the powerful effat it must your\ judgment. With these views, CPU i Brig fat Criterion, Mrintirr, lIa"ana-I, .

.\ I. Jar, th&tJ(pl' Inay ? Wt*that In somey otherwise have had. In contra* ctlng the I am very Respectfully, Lumber, by II. Kelly.LnurenfeMillaudon IO1tIIAVANA new .
lH to the.. oonsd: +igl.a! The copper fastened Dg
1 I! \, I vlolaie-a.0 p1 fdgpgilpn W any man tadderfy wrong. I did not believe then, that any WILLIAM WYATT. &CRITERION George Melntyremaster
ill tl that ady leap hits a right to. claim anyjiehetprtned maa possessing common honcsti truth or Tallahassee, August 9th, J83-&. I' ,)) THIS suitlias been will sail with all toniblc
w\ If or (Implied. Neither of Integrity could be guilty of sucHa wanton I vs. f instituted the Su despatch. For Passage only;11av-
I i'" thajtwulameawhe' have presented thenv violation of all rules of proprietl u was THE ASSASSIN OF SMOLENSKO.The : John Ollie Exr.of I, fpenor Court E- ing good accommodation, apply to themaster
r eandid thus charged against CoL White:LV certain dreadful .Chabeauddeeea.sed.Jcambi3: County by on board, or to
Ii ae1Y ,,or paTO Den presented a* following event lately oo JOSEPH C. & CHAS c.
;r II I ates for Slue iafiCA, ha*.any claims upon matter was put on foot against mi integrity cured in the neighborhood of Smolensko attachment The defendant L* required 10 20 KEYSES.
i 14 I mo or WV frkfnd' ,, so far, a* I, know." So as a man last winter, and whirl must fall In Russia Thei>wner of a lonely cottage appear and plead at the November Term, Sept No. 8Dittrict

L a 11 I far M thir lfuslon may apply to my other heavy upon the head of another In CO leo king out on the chase, a beggar, to.all appearance 1834. 30 Oct. 4, 1834. of Wttt Florida

ppQn60u. it f quencft of tM absence pf CoL Wlte, from old and weak, entered in at noonday Kimuel W. Oliver t*. Denj. farrow. 'SUPERIOR COURT AT
&K&iss the United State, must for the rjesent remain and alma of the who PENSACOLA.
VIII mpel'.l.Ul; ; asked woman virtue of a A/a to me directed from At
i .* d.'nor'would I receive personally, pled in the womb of time and > iich shed was at home with only her two young children. BY Honorable Superior Court of CAomfter, August 26M' 1834, ..

eei of this eon from any one.. Pledges to be exposed: to you, fellow-citl: upon The kindhearted'woman invites West Florida I shall proceed to sell at GeorgeKnight eomptatowrt;;')

officd where! lha ebffrageaof friends or former bit return, should U I become dult'ly him to rat himself while she goes out tget Public Vendue on the 4th of October 1834: The heirs of Jone vs. Antonio IA Chuee-
.. supporters' .. aLare necessary in justulcaton, of my o private something for him ta eat and drink. at the door of the Court louse in Pensaeo- !Mrf tj
.' and in opinion at and public character, but not oth rise. After the had rilla deceased, defendant'sIT J
N obnoxious my war begger satisfied his hunger, In, bt t"'eeAhe hour prescribed by law,
___11 With all correct'principle l.t.dl"tlnet1Jata1e Since felloweitizens, I have N n denIed he, to the no small astonishment of the woman all the right, titlend interest of the MHBENJ. Court appearing thA to the tatUlactioa of the

.'., .. ,., .never, that CoL as having rendered any services t, Florida, aaHUmcd a different .language ..d BARROW in, and to the following bot-p named, the defendant'* ,to the a-
; WuitA4td upon thieve of the last election that will entitle me to your"eoiuV nation with a threatening voice demanded the ,Property. ,' to,wit but ease do not rralfte.in Florida
in the
.. ,tate>.thai< ie wattllnxM" a eaadJdate, ofter tied srifrages," I respectfully! be leave to money, which be knew, he said, her fur A tract of LAND of 40 10-100 acre, the Inland of Cuba. On -
that tiqwj thai hU friends la this quu" call your attention to some acts ani len Ire* band had in the house. The wretch rush lying and being ffi the County of Escombia: that complainant's SoliejtflT, ire i 1a ordered
T4 upo that of mine, intended at least for youimterest, ing on her with large bread-knife to fore about seven mile from the publication bo made in the newspaper
express groundlee.. however I be to peak of twenty City printed" at Peruacola: one rmonth for the
reluctant her
utsdtn&aDdnl.of! & i to adnowtede'where it wu Jeposited. PeM&col. being the 8. E. 1:4. N. E. 1-4
lag RSCgL WUtehloyiAf did,that It woolcUbtthfc myself. ,A* arly a* 1su.: I n PTd'n be declared herself ready to give him part 0{aection 4, Township 2, space of aix months, that unlea the defcadant'a -
pro M$. bla'RI much I .lUtlyVv jceewfully! resifted a rule in the tflstertOfflce what money*he had and for this purpose North and West a* also all the Buildings within six month ariewO the
upoQ a4 will prove If denVrmv in this place which ifpcrhittedUJ mounted ladder to a trap door leading to thereon consisting of a Saw Mill,Dwelling complainant'. Hilt, the samewill be taken
eak.of have been contrnnei, would haviJliJured, the Joft A soon pro ronfcsao, and the matter( thereof. dcree4 t-
."... 1,7 > private eonenpoa, abaft. a* the had mount House, Ac. Said property 1* now occupi :
daooy' F Ac various eoovetsatkm wl eli more or lets, vnri dttaw of the rritory ed, she drew up the ladder after her I edbyPenjamin Barrow. accordingly. (TestV *
ij'ue jA"J .s wraajH.the 1IUh. It wa* a denial to eater land, n theo that it was impoeaihle r him'to get at her. JAMES W..EXTJM. Marshal GEORGE P. BALlilCtL, CUfk.:
feet 01 hw \ It La aayltDa.t ground that other Intended to or Finding that he disregarded, hit menaee, by JOSEPH SIERRA, Pensacola August Mi.lSM.; : iucm 25
appeared olhiJI detei : that application had beat Lime thoughthe he seized) the two "children, and sword hewould Deputy Marshal.!
+ b4 .; let Io Jto !land not paid for m the Receice. n 0 f. either kin or mafaa them if ahe did August 16. No. 23 IP mllmtal1 o J

same piper 'I will pot p IDto.a detail this dot tomediately come down and deliver &< tb'bt 1 KJf: The above sale is i
i .: ,_the dt, wb Ia,'and has ubj i'Ct, but merely aye thatenrb tie wu, him the money as" had peomYd. Th Saturday the lit day *f Noveuubet' postponed until A'Z"TWS'OmCE.l .


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reoj e, until it has tmlcrgom? the rtfinmg ohne power o( native i talent in forcing its coast of Spain: tJ'kc) of hunger. Howard, It boots tot what tia. .fenfv,\ sinfe
t. :.- v_ 1J :so 1 (t oiL I process of an eastern,dealer.LoMitnix. wly up from poverty through all 'or!lI.'clra t I in his work of priscn, says, H 4 have know n last I met him it 'may hate been it
_,_ OC'roIJElt; t, lt3H. AUK 2- to the hifchcst rank tfhiscuitnlry'sscrvice, Instances w here |tr "ns supposed! to b years!,
Mao Oianntl of 7V",It:-The /fint lot and Thin riacli Indeed of the very hngtr. I dead of the flaol finer, and brought out fit may + vebetnbut day II; it matters not
it will be ICr"IIf.tilif to our realeaMto of coffee t\tf HiiportM mto his j'Uice from cat UtIOI1., lurid, f'n being wisicd' with witter, have It was. in ,icniwdetl billiard room thatWTWcrcfirst

know that C.ip(. Siu'oot: hal lately made .tha eastward, arrived during the I ja>l ''shown signs tjf lit-. md soon afterwards! ( thrown tognher ; from my

1 i report{ to the quirtcr: muter general, cxbmIting from l'hlllA\it'I"b"\y l way i>f the I'cnnsjltaniuCanal I.1. .1.1I LITTLE ROCK. (Vrk ) An,. \ rt''tHrt'II"' Or <:.Tdon. in his,, trcartiion earliest bo) 1I00Ilt l I havo fancied mymlf a
: CbLs a the ".. tttinrni tA' hrae ,. gentle forensic 1I hcllll' hasol' 'd' Unit
is new era in of fn -Uy a : ( st rvt. in ,
| ;,: the crtitJiiiott of tho present mail I of lx>\ii'"lll Ie. lIerill>fore New Orleans a. mm directly from tort thorn: wf in i'.I-M's of j.r\xipiuuify: tad io/y(, : ., route bewrc.1.hIOC plaI'l' and DUkety, tbft.naces r KMIC hang furnished us with this article, andw !1 happy tn learn that the detachment nf th- iniiMnf public sir mcsur tin1 living have in hit countenance that mado me decline

/. >iis, under ColonrllitHlgt' notuufreuucnily lacy miiiKlttt vv nib the: an introduction. It" a.. not ivacily the

t pl Ntvin4 It, and an estimate of the expanse\ I.Its ai( fares Pittsburg.( The ordi of trade:'I ri'in mi d tu tint JHD.I, on the 13tt i I dial, ; ntuilhit lit wino climiies win re I" laughing devil in hi Mittr" that It) "nm
\ 1 (*<'inHrk>w to reversed. and PhihdtlI I-, from their rxts-dition into the country of' rivet l .I) uitetmuit Ls nvro nccrssvy than .
:.. JNvnVnvVeunltrtttml' : will not cxcuedihrecft I plan. by fmamof her fHimts mid rail roads. tliel'awiiti', I immchi, and other Indians: .-in K'inn' 'riir or cull countrim, persons I wad so fond e (, but the sivilitf.it' that
four ihoiisan dull ir,.. The present mat LI' c".lml''ICllIh| if not take the lead uf i inhibiting )hi 1 14 eapauise| of Trrrltory |I hat r been intoiubrd thvp. "I l wa.s.meyeMII shuts conspicuous in every feature, and

j *"$* wd: which le**I'nc the dJ mcc: to I :\\f'w.Orlf'\n-: Nupplying the west with oevtral him 1 rid null south and acct ni in.ss: Hiysr 'rtth, '. of an instance I caused me to av nil him aC" alkmg( niu-

:pe travelled twelve miU*, was constructed r this necessary' of hue, as the same qualityof lOur froutn, withoi the incurrcneP<< ol a In n tiidiruted tit on the remtratnt, saner<<
'tb. coffee can now t Z1\ private expcn eof Mr II. A. Nnnis, lit'And brrn tit I'ariil" A cold) chill
phi and brought out hf'rt'llt i lest pun: tribes" with whom they' optncd an miei u..ll1'n'll to th margin of a gritcin runs"
;. the mad contrictor. Judging from the mi 11 than \u have heretofore IIIII fur II in sews ivursi'. llyv' irate: brought/ In (,alot'u: troul day whuM iiirnnat would have through m)' emu while I write the word.

ny instances of liberil support, i\ hit h the Orleans I II 1111InJ'II''n* toinprUiug IV'legal un. lilxrairly> taken plate, had II not t>ern I hid declined an introu racoon, but the decrees

Interest! of Florid hive rereivcd from the I trim th. I'aw'net" Cantutehe1'acu:. unttcne the inturposiiitm 'intelligent I I'''}uu-h-.teui.-A, bold, ngpudPHt fellowCHIMP j ortwnubts with all e>f whom, wi understaml 11.r rn/)" '. Jvunial j.
and dlstanjlui"h'd head 1 of
tl. the wp were ihrvvvn together for omihoufn >
to me one dar, many years! suite, !. trei'us nf amity 1me bunion -
Quarter master dtp rlUWtll, w'p fay'1 assu- and told me that IK had bent to mark( that eluded by l'-'I.) Podee! Susie of tltr' o IVIfgitcshavc I I \ letii from Junua mentions that 1 Ne crHhnlll forptl how heavily

I !i rl that it i is only necessary that the subject |,urelitsttl I :couple of chickens-wan tolne in with the intuition urn x.'nu' tiiriiiin tiniKrntsliHdarrivtdstlhit thcniomuits rolled olt. Parts Paris! Pans -

'. should he pn sented t.> him to ensure "hoit->.uil asked me to I lend him thirtKI )'- ><.tiding \\vhinglon dl)'. ('illlodcP Island and wen liklv to do will in the ? Lung l hi forec K prated 1 curse din
.M u and I u half: tents: U hv Mr' I no we unll.'rlol.\I\1I. priMiind the r- mountain dlllril'l'4.Ahc writer odds tthntcllorts
i "\. Tor It his prompt AIII f.L\'ollrahk nrtiee I not kiiou jtm." '. Your brailiir known ku-r nf iitiitlt bit) ulHxit ten ) t'arlltf age. on' milking lojivprt the currrnt nl my heart the city', ill founders and its
t." .-'-___ im'." 1Jllf that Is no reason why )sou'hnulj oii of the tale liabrulN'. Martin, of :Miller emmrition from tire< llritain 10 theta quarter IIIholll lllllaL .'

\, Jt., vmt-ThoU. sloop of war Pot n-1. to borrow uioni) of me-an 'n-I I county", v ho wn! corned nil by the In Cur the l'url't.IlI'|' | (oUmiunij, the l..inMofi M length MT pirled-I tornjoy my re-
anl the schooner Krpmnunt. tire "tranicr-althou h the vain is but a 'lull, come months Ago, al thr'sine linu the ixiiiipli' and uli,..irol Im liliorirs. '
it:'urn llilurty and IIP lo sock for
.,\.j7WIll. 'ritll'.". )I1rq 'I1I1',1.. nt I will pay you." us !lathi r vis murdered by' ilum The '11\.1 I that if tin fotnt,nli\eswill fiut then'aurk some
dropped down to the N n'y' Yard onN cdjipsdav 'l t '. %S i-ll." said I "I III our bad m'w letnu to iiniuoj,itai pon tic altar of
I. jeMiujfly, w try > (t child was lit vrry hl'ahhllhl' linn <'f! "thl'IIIII I k bint iiwnv Moil ,
'.) list: Tie f.>rmcr will prot eed i.i : I aY'Iirtnuly gut' hliln flue im,m y. \\t\' r iwcnpture: but ho( bt'rn niton ,I in pir apprrhruswn is 't iiit'aJIII"1111\ anoint "f I his vwutj. I note hoprsl It.ate' had pars -

,1 .1':1110: loon as she! shall\ hive shipped, the tithing ob linn bur u;:lit or tent months, ft'cthcfilth: ;A noKrominlKloii/ 'iiu \II :Mr the ..m'I'I- ;irismr'ii (lit' ntlcnr-s 1
, < *Jieees ary provision for i crin/i''. I \ihru..t length he undo his appearance, Martin:who watt'.ipturtdat the sdim unu, l links. itmii Iron HI/ ttniiu'dnntt tttltmi. '. w ,iswofully' disappointed" 1 he next M enini
w itli) a* br >A'u u faro its bi'fun'-told the ns: also h i'n ri' trn'd,- (tan tu. -"/:,ilin,.", r ,1 m i IK-HI I -
: 'The list mail brought us the seenml salt: .i.t"u11.1 wanted to burrow the IUiiiical i I- + > while iriinjiiig 1t.tl, a iif atilt) a

the'aNew-,1' r.i'rrrrri 1;-- <( iiiu of lliirl-it\cii and a halt 1/i/tf>rietOi, theftih of IJlluar) list, \ :MmiAK'KKTmi'ATFVMI : : ': : )ouii)! |uly', who hhall bt nameless, the
tnumherof l'I'II\! for thin |uipnHi of for a pair vasliudid from the schooner Nui ('''|1,1. |+tnit. unri' WHiil upon Ins 1'1111111I1111,1 I IIcIIIII.1 of ap|"rou: limit foqt txteps gave wsrningof -
( '*f."'," edited by :Mr PATLHV)N. Gvrmrrlyeditor )filiukin-. struck: vi i saying impudtme. Nickerson! one of the recnhr pseltt, Uw "- ing lrI\e''r. wuh whl hI' lI'fm11111I'ry "I" : Now
of the C'>n itrllrto'r./ The Liter : out. 1 liuifililhir, till j'on tint I toiild 1'1'11 Boston and Nt"v,York, a f (mm kid nou 'oIllJ.lltilll.: ntrtlit. man,' h(' wild, IIn irturrupiitin. lo Winterrupti -
gazette: i publish1 1 !mvithlv ml l (..PunUPiathly wt do it -but I will in pain/ English till X this silo 11(1 with cart'" addressed uplirnidi I hinv that It' WHS not innrrled to I d at suiji a time by the most! D\tTf'C'"III\ t town

.. ty'! at 12 I 1.2 cents\ for etch nnmhi, *vn I w ill uOl:' .. \\ h>' 1\011"' inquired lie, to '. Me-..r! Hoorrrin: nnd Johnson, nurhints Ins own wife, w lint III' meow'at of ""IIII1|| in the ,,"urMI.i+ provoking enough ; andI
.ffmni q surprise "JJnauie:' says I, :N. Y:' :Not Uunr called for, it w as no In'tu r th:m she .,m/tl/ I IM, and called her I cemfi-ss I was not disposed' to regard the
'v coil tibia; sixteen will fill*'.1 guano' pisis.Wi 'you borrowtJilie' 'xuiu from mp eight left Iv the CairAin in the store of Mr nun)' tames' /hosid.h which hi would bt mirudervvith
--- pc hips once our rl''Ih'r": 1 in apology[ lit'. anll>CoII.., )""r word.'' lie denied the ilI as this day opemtl and found toionam my good fdlll\l'! ,' 6.11"('rl'lI Ihe officer, hiveiinv thorn Mr Editor:: (for you are a Judge)

.. ; .pI for the great length!: of )Ir. \\v.\rr'j a.d- fat, point blank. and said lie lad m'\I'r lll" a barr, on opening wliiih, ilu) \1111 prix'1'that.ou are KgaJU married l' what must have htciimy elings when this

dres. :ished m this' dtt'rfpiptr. N-e fire luii, in iu> toie, M t) clerk, who win corpse! of alH>apparently or If II yenrs I Ylllir honor, I lair the bent proof In the tdentital gentleman from Pun! i rntertd
. .' puh .i,ll"< end of thi More mil l heard tin whole (If rage, saris found! rapped! inacotioneloth, world' Id re the' oldu-r took off hut. hat, with
.41 not siippi-i1.1 it salon;:until it w :is lull t d.! <<'u-iiion. had hoed with mu whrai the Muml round wth n east line, parked! In Hiid (" '"thill'd a tit skull loft) 11I1:, 1to\'" nil the grace: r If a renclt' dancing master -

Jflto t>'pc. If we''di, nit II\JIIUIlJ1''jtlUi: l k\1l& was m . II,- cam<' forward :'" Yes' shavings, and' prrf 'rved In spirit The ) our donor think 'd be ttiklni the stone a' rolling his head and eyes unison, as

intr.ti'. he i is n M i//i1, T of tfle Smith Ciraoo M','' .apllll', }'undid burrow I the inone), child appeared of dark lomplixiin! ; hair tuse fl'l'II1IUI}' bul Mife' if cat'h wire respa'cliv'elyictupon globular
ai.d I w,ti ur*'SPUI at the liuif" Iht. was hIJc"uu'llrI, \ )'. (:hejrn is nurkid! and after sundry bows and
SI\II x/frvi hitati'l :a I pivots scrapes
: :I nut thus: "j be foiled but said : "Do 111-':, with chalk on the side of the cask.! Primp Impoitanl'un About fourteen ndleii honor
. i ler: Wee eta vu consent to mil by I laud in-1 this! small MIIII, and I will pay tine Snow'. tsq: (, the Coroner, bold an inquest{ of the haul,Vomit! btwis'n HoHioii and NNoritsier that might hive done to .a Parisian
'tthernams: or to wilder in any" two 1'' rlhl'r." 1 n<'ed nut say tbd11&4 over the body, but the jury' were unable: to ore now iidt r WM' and travelled valet do chambrc, he seeled hunfelf Uhldo
1i.ct'tt. the mil win hills the .t< IIIj nil'xliora! liIliau ', mine 10 anS' decision! on aeeoiint of the bv the ls'eunmotiv. NexJ year the whiled the lady' ; I gazed: in stupid ininze tncnt unable
t In tnl, Intonio, of more bare-fa eireiiinstimes. [MeelnnuV New Ileum "l tnicc w'ill bo cwplctt to speak or move .
in State
when the miiority a happen: ce.1 niijMultui thin this.: A iientlciiian! Doo.II.! ] 'I(lie Renton nif Proviileiitp Hail Raid
'of opinion that: an Act of Cougrt! s. m whilst (' 'ii\'('r.>nij( ami,l>t n crowd on u is tontpli a< fiits Cntitoudistinrri: of The nu lanclioly gluncr; ; that cast a shade

:owtitutimil! : an 1 oppressive, the State I i if4 fourth of July, w nh .i dihUiigufehcd/ centlemm ,ItratSt a.-'The hrir: Juniper, (':lI't.(' units, Vucn?fuilxhrd it will tl(' over tin sale futile which struggled for

the right! to illt>rl/fw', by thrown' of his acquamUnee, wan uskid byn Crosby', sailed from Kostoii for /Nmimmon ilNHit rOily l injt' ong: rtMtKii in Muss -'_ fme, told mo
lerself .her 'servcl rights! in n perwin-Buse arm had been bluwnolf by the fth "'ult-\\ hen in lat 30, Ions.3: 'ne Rail Rosh-am Jersey City. oppo- that she knf''I\ him lout too *'&11. It is a
p ._ upon / cof the biirstin4 of a eannonon HOIIM. publii'oei on the 1 nth the wus Mibl-cd l I" ire w" NfVV '\'dlk, > Newark. is m'w' open hei'oiiteienced
rcntionv For"' nough Mr I \\ ill I'Xprf isi'in-for XIIIIK! monty to aid him in his with a dirk, whilst asleep below In his be't.h. andiiiiilirlnivilIwihi 'I'his runs lo New Brunswick kautiful evening "It reminds *
f thins dist iaimi: nil affinity of srnttuytl I II IK 1 lplf eonJitiun! lit put his hand tu his, hy his! cook a hjxmbh nrjroj At trit'i-reiind .:. itiul iilinn rltn' Philudt 'Ij'Inn, by me of one that I spat n. Pans w ith

j: .s with those who hold" that i state: e:m tits 1 pocket runs( .) gave him a Inlfdolhr The blow, the dirk broke ; Cwp{ C: sprung; fri.m the 'Innton ,niidPhilniiilhii|, haul toad, -." I heard no more"vr\ith one bound
; render of Con n { man clutched a, unit without r. nd<'nniu his berth, and gamed the drcV; As he pa' Koiit which I+ nearly' Itmhiri I cleared the balcony at )ate risk pf my
; ceremoniously anyet 1 1 word of thanks retired Not loan utter, Ucollx the n'lplniotwuy, the nrermd |sate Hit PiinwyIvniuhiitU' ItiilANay, which neck and full' I
\ Y dead letter within its own limit, J \ )wij tilt wny through the crowd, and ran to hU assistance. ,catighinlm in hU armd.ahii forms forly-lixe gars of the lint lo\\'ashibytnn running at jfpecd, pauwdnot
: 1. DOt "any act of congress; ;' against win, touching the donor's!ttrnyubsersed : ,, Your 'asked him whit writhe matter T I"'tpt, '. IA tinisheiiuid in a1a.,..ltlon.t" until out of hewiog of the hatrd.?word.
brother has /;?/ ." Ilie Crosby answered, I n1\rfoW" 8npirnmediltrlycxpirrd 1 / Itnil! Itinm U Ifaliimore The rae far
the state interposes{ her sovereign author! just, given IIH".! < hint was a broad oar ; and i>yr generous i : : JJ.<* i partly| luhed anal travelled. +
: dead from th( her in such an hour of nWijl, Oncff more
Jy. essentially a ontnbutor, uo( \\'IohiulIl loffp ottdone 111lht'ralllY In the inrnn time thec/tok: twijabone) Ml those Itul ''lot,Is faint links to the fnOnd
IP meat when the state Mroir her If oil'! ; by his rename, .r\\' from his From a' musket in ,the cabin, and atal.betl grant Atlantic I .il Itoad from Ikwlon toTlippni'of fifed from my Parisian ( J det)"rmin-

her reserved rihts7" Slial)("-* of Burk<)1 poi'h'l two tvtcnty MIL tent: !prcccs, to redeem Mr ,Hired, the flrxt orricer, IB ci btt,en plat \\\\'mlunjrlln.- (hllr, r. ed \avoid him in futures I woirfd the

and Bolmgbroke what did ye not lose b\ ,his: credit with the oolicitor The <
,. soon"o intuit tin n nnuied worthy. Mthout a 'n;n ot grail grappled, with the assassin succeeded a |ildmrdil< Ihmg a century!l too ude mitiiclod with thet'rtlwd but in ruehing the deck .ajtentke second male .
again ; was dollar has Iowan -vardnl fo I>r. "harll'
the hottest of mutual friend lie
'. t potent personification\ whiw magic mfln row'ntiy at his benefactor' elbow, w uli u ind the!! jean !at tfieM ner| xecAred the m'cro. 'aldarll' IIf I.I'kltfton. Ktntiirky\ by' theMeiliialCnintiiitie lit u
encehisexeited a whole people fade, "PII'I"u'llool.injC coui, !brlwe-cu his thumb Mr. EJdred is confined to his. hammock, : if Ilirvard Tnivirsity took bus mat opposite{ lonfe ; my ipinto

'. :: '. rree of madness) scarcely, conceivable! nd finger which lit puacnted saying : but will probably recover for ilifUni tlifM..kition un the following fled at the sight Hardly wt re> we eratedaround .
t }-One of trtf ana rtn'* you curt Wf van an On the lmc day that'thc r event Inpen tlie
questionA re rl.lritllClllOC: MI the thc aril furnished board, when the
Mr W. has but
"i.i fear that !
milliner we Caift > <'d, the Jumper poke the brig\ Agile,
f. iJhtl'l'I'
pr 1I1.if'I'f' you girt mtt i'mr im'e of venntluito. port called Quarsn ominous smile of self.satisfaction fettled
.. .t ule chance of success here A\c hive \ IxUfincel"rKndh f rftocA rrJ (;apt. iribnji, w ho put his second' offiier tnt, '.taws, us'fu lf Hti, m St limit cases
Txsen, or rather: to quit the tripod and the \ Ve hive: .another! m t,mot to record A on board to assist il) navigating the vessel I, NH,ul.I they' he aphed 7" upon his countenance, and I gave up in de-
nlnriU itneular, the editor has been, la a (inter came to our ofLeo a short timeo and on Tuesday i-hj(? returned home u'ith spair. He addressed himself to me.
_. | sand said hl' wanted employment and the cook in irons. COMMUVICATION.-: II riot Word
himself a pub'icTpai '! Your remark sir, (I had said )
trtiallnni humble
ova' 1 out I In whole .
ofauo-ry. appearance -- - --
reminds of bon that I beard once
me a mot
< and has thusbeeome: acquainted w th (' to say', that he and misfortune !bad Front tfrfi, York Tune (!.H..U or Krv Writ, F >
;! '' "flfi Ujwnenw i of his fello\V- itizen'4. lie i : ,i\I1d thai our hero had not profited bv A young and very handnome girl, !1">- "Sept" :VI, IKH' $ when wandering near the is nib of Eloise)

1 epesfel therefore, with confidence, "htt fit IK'tjimintaure. \\ c had no employment longing to one of Ihe most re"pdalJlu f.mil- Tn till KJilorofie ftti nnln Oazftlt. and Abelard In Paris ; t friend of-"

.* Mass-urea W that Escambia Cou| him but M nt him to a bo trding house, his. in the State, wa nn $inday iiuinnnK Heavens I thought I as I wp springingfrom
; Major we undertook to pay his bourd A''last! taken from the steps oft hOlla.e in Mutt t'ln-n A. TJ\I""II, late a passedMiilshipmiii '
the table and hand
""**.-zt: nymbers amour; Us citiA-ris not a singe vf-ik hail elipsed when it was! iertaincd street to the Duanj"Htreet" hospital fur, advanced : of tb Navy', paused through clapping my upon
nullifier. They are not exempt from tkwcaknrss ILl he Was one of tint claws of I. birds, who in cholera and die4 before nliht ihe garrison earl this. morning Ins art my can, I rl&lllld'frll.llliu ) Iron the .

> (if it !be a w enknes! ) of ditIeriqt | i Hi sing! rand wont nine" WP directed fall. While under the charge of the phy'M' lions w ere sigh a to en'ate Hi! U,lief that house. verily: believe, Jbtl dad *"/ nun
&iii'o Tier 'where there is vcpr kit an hour's employment at the case! clans at the hospital, she Informed them of flirt me in the strut, emTwia Pans," Iliould
matters, should| be ti nJt red to him Ho declined the circuirutanco which had led to her lu' was derailn Tw of the nlfJ-c'Ot1I. dtnfa.
taall: r'oom. for difference of opinion b4V i ii s-i)'mx that he would not work at all un- dreadful downfal end subsequent: death mil! iolll'lt Mrtci went in pursuit and have knocked him I

,4-! .|ljf heresy' of nullification, nods not ajiorf,J he.a lu could get coHttnnt empvlnymrnt thc had for a length of time been assiduously found In m In time.* HB of the woods jut : Thus tormented, I confined rfyselfclos -
s'an inch of ground to stand upon. U'p !.Itol'l't| | hut rations on Tuesday, and courted by an Micidious and accomplished ly to my room and for better tiaa .a.week
.. / w Siturday following! hpcanip to hay. that young man of good standing who tmatdrday exptnnir'letiM I I I heard nothing more from th4gf ntieman
'D.u\ulloE-'I'he Alexandria (i/ctr hi' would \x glad if we would pay a small I >< earning: last, : ; after mlll.it thi for tin information df I from Paris. "
.. advices from this Island to j\ debt of$3 5**, which he hail contracted for much w'r ua tion, in intiemg her to the his frit'ml*. I IV'ry..p4'f"Ifullr ;;
Z- .has. ., tp Porter and (:urdiaLs Fill tor of the Fenxa- lioubefrom which: she wan moved to the : At the end ()that time fn. df my inti
,:,".V4" ::JUigust. Every: thing as yet,reruaiw r'i' cola dozetu.: j liorpiUil About 3 o'elcxk on t Sunday! 'Inalf friends dual, and prftlrie,1.anti feeling ;
J* though there -I be aafpusklerablc attacked T. PAlm:, Lt l'c.: Army, -
%try quiet, appcare nurmuq, "he.wa very seriously dieiated that should attend! the funeral
y- inclination to idlens jli vests /Vow M*. (itvrMta Journal w ith all the ry'in]'toms of cholera. (oinmaiidingDiul I followed the rorfee to In sod
di'ifcancesV Me have lu announce the death on the The heartless villain who had deceived q grave (
;.. ,II ,_ft .tood that some slight waited until the closed l and all ,
1 13th List, \\II.IIAM II. ( R4wrono, a name her, and had almoxt" forced her into the at tin lirriHAM of Key West tomb was
:tt Akad exrurred atMartmrqnp TIwlta.ure familiar to every IMTIUJII in Georgia' and jaws oT denlmciion and death: ,deserted her MllUAW TlhM4 llhfiNV An .", CtL\t1 Gut! a few e&ihenv>.titrrl 8te"frienf had
*'./5*'Wll lie Ontish CJoverument hick uses soiapclt for nvire than twenty years. conspicuous iff her fate as Mon as the symptoms of(brdlnraae t\it\*--Vildur! .l'. 8 Array.Pleasv left the groundUMubtriUhofghts( were
relntivc the .M eilndttM, in the &history of the nation. It appears by made their : and) If ft her uiMrtito. T. P. 1
w........ annety, wJU'r from Doctor rardine to Judge the trader DM .rprtr1ln'e whole4 -- -.,.- Boating liroogh vrftfvk' r,$ I wilt have and already has the tennry to Clayton, liD extract from which we have the gate of perdition which the vwtpn hvwuhinj 1'(1(1 rhtI'U'ACIII.A Oiturrt. stractedly upon tae> fre.h tir(>.,{m CM J- \

i .0lndcwe a. considerable crnigrati'jjlo 1 ( :ttl>isatfay i*| n 1fcA.lha'.clI\.HIt4I l'IIaJ the lath but who, h\lm..diatt" on hearuiK Tan .UMLIMAN FROM.'PAHII. Ah sir, this dot DM )e.1(.flM tHk6$ 'the '

>,.. 4 unIrY, lust, ludae Craw ford M ached Ihe home of of the fact, turned the poor erature mto fly o' i fA., are. 14 ftn Uekiit biFtfii wftent> -"I \
.7- Mr ValemirieMeciewether. in good health Ihe street to die. She wa taken up ffl.nlthe '
$ VtlD'O : IM aeri-- It oft b.4 Us ni t lot u nark turned) and there he ws* with his red all
his Libert I
'I .a5T&kiwi ; j'ddt'- on way to preside at thipcrloi pavement ty some persona w I
A MlfcMirMd
','"***-e shall not," says the VV Uijt,_t. pre- Court; After rating a hearty supper and dentally vitnfwcd her cruel riectoient, *n....ting ff..w hlkUf.s,gay spark a timer Lets sat self-satlifled! ralle. I did pot
comment on the Iota log retiring to be*}, he w'as seized tt hit a dpusroodie and carried by them to the hoxpttal During ArJ/,... ..../- ke jf... _.Mrs.bfl pause to inkier Ie 'kin, but ran a, fullspaid
!i ,enl any aflirction of the heart, w high howeY- the few hours She lay there, she inre*- bill and '
.s'-, Article! from the Frontier Reported Septbut tr a'as relieved bytim.ly ifmedim. Dot- saintly wept for her homd fate\'a<
;:;;to, .punted at NaleIiiWthea ; ,nit It ton GerarJitft and food visited him the ( her lumenuuions with prayers for thin which society (s 'lhic'C\,1 think you will ordered aD y "baggage )o 2* MnJrhntod].U.

whom it epgtcern"Those.tnterested nest day arid found him cheerful at umaLIP welfare Gf Aist Who bad bronht 'thu untimely agree .with me lunylng thai the Uavelld ly on "ard the steaa boat fat.$- t

'" :. tie! may iii theadun<t HP who M constantly The boat shined oft'and for an hotir I wuhappy.

*Hr of the eommfrcwl emnm[ of nausea, with'vomiting of vicid IIIUCUM. About name, though repeatedly Iniportuned 10d&IC..llo internipttng conversation 801I I if t At length.sh. stopped for I Lwmomenta "
pTorcpetity 3 o'clwki i. the morning of the 15th carried. to her grate unittred "ur ,
tJour mate, otlMto feeld: eply'.et how he fell wi roAipUM-d>> that hU phymciarui left you speak of a eMirth, reminds vwiufNt. at one of li. Ut rm.duit por ..

: .'*nrh the follawing fact concern how it wUt nays the room a fyw moment t but on rotur- Premature lRttflUftl.-TLerfl In Jill PckT" If you Miiirt scene, Bumrsyou Au she was just shora'fag otl,) ac0ad rUne,
K AW. r 9* nrtotn to Ire know wbH! .ftrleighti line, they found him dead., lie seemed to doubt whatever th"wreithentiratrd) instances away iiolenv e k-ns" to the banks ofjhc T w as siaoiing up pn thcguvtle and think j'
wtstern brethren trace expired without a *nignt.JudgAt' \ arc on record oC persons having ins when. I M *$* one
thousand of fe and Rhine, If pa3sr" dWt.c l the table; upon my escape-,
it ftwt wise some you po
i 4 hug was older in Inlirillify than in beta; unhappily buried alive w hen jabour .
I : traa-To tuij another thousand mil land, yeast he would hue been but f 3; years of ing under '. swoon, supposed to be actual strata you "ub an eulogy iipoa French tom hnrt'iltiltly on the ahowldert 41 before j

; ">' to undrwet) our merchant to a d rpodi-We age bad hVhvnd till tbe34ih of neat Febru de tb. Lancki, first ptywcUn to Pope cookery In nhrt, can-ten IkU injirulonn '"! fed tins to turn, ft w flaown I\

t1 growing' ; as it were sensible, at oC our the( that ary."e Iltlok it "u in IftM that a gene- Clement XI,reports that during Ole time. 01 affectation cvry adDuIIMIt'life-suclj voice fcfl'irpoa my ear, "j.lt tt ai gyms
were prwiowly. lIOf his wil'O"ufrallle was the pis ", tatty person were interred
obit ralparalrM! produced 'klO"hi t thunDcroujg sir, about anti Rite laeaalseia '
merchants were In t line heaven i bad cnoach. .BUtsir
then estern by tty+ uruktlful treatment of I tai. under uppo itjon, of their being dead, a man .
fir puttlu I uig their dry goods m f'Uo fliatrailnwnt whieh.would DOOM BO doubr although they had KOMOI (o discover nero there is a n( *aBl evfn, upon this. Par- GoOd hsaren "f exeUi Md I, I

$ tern toNew-Oriennsfoi ea them 4- have y K-lded to g<'ntler remedies' than the wards they we/e buried alive Veealius It I is the man whMe rood) or ill I fortune. hgsthrown here's. If enstnir Tonson cone. fan\M:'aad
m:: lt IUppli me th- quantity oft digitalis that he was dosed the father of anatoJt1/, (b "' .'un !known, him for bile wrlhuj the prcciaclsofsociw with a desperate leapt | Jne4 &he '!'Maod
Bubour easnffrth ft
\ greeeriw. his- health in* bad coenmeneeil d' ih who
hnepf their with. Alibouifh other yeapoets | woman mining with all tk a speed ef wnkl Jwascspsilc
enterprise-with win fully rtore4,- and hie menu' bad sup renUy and canals-thcir hippme and the pl- nwff s tMraaol r ft in- cool is filled wi iti petty and uointeresuiijreminiseeneeii soon b de farewell fortWr; .. .

I tal-aw aboutto dispoie the in mark th ith nwrgirf pever: ivccrtemt tbf shock eisionby Wwaloai khd'enes, that she ofthis .."" y spot i hkh lite 19 any befpce and i tbetsatJe"'a.JFopPartLt

cur southern merchant iXUtoMm'-lin'-even tter and their parually paralized condition i ajte, Jhe dr ciim.tance render.dbFt e4olnouSoK \"1 ..article AUhw'rate. doubtless'r was the i Immediate cause of his adtoiknn id the jtgof hi.* coaa- the fa otlxr."d .
probable that Ui. time tray com, .re- death t, fr1Dt1tha IU, gist toiled* to'Jjtiit tuba a.ani4 .- racei-* tt SrwrouWttf> rnl/or\on* to U eipense o It

ious arrangement with our plallre r4*n white Cra.w/ori is >to. enunent trust ;, ute country and bring shipwrecked on the slightly iuauifcd w Ith one of this, stamp III Melt Pori..
the tmcrtjune jji>
''we shall: be refused .y

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lP )kith Florida,, tHIS nU IsM burin BY THE PHESIDENT OF A AHWD .Western.. District ofFkrifa.

;N: ACOLA GAZETTE. ,I. }eo mended by writ of TII UNITED STATES.m. WM. P. JQVALhl1 ing.remo from "* *H> rio Co tad, Ewwmb'l Coats >

Sotnoel Fry. at meat, returnable pursuance of law, L ANDREWJACKSON : May Term 18M "j J
OCTOBER 4. 183*. to the next terra 01 Superior Court forEscambta President of the CDitod vllle. t.a.maedliJdoa, cosapUioMt, 1. ..
County. defendant Ie required State America, do hereby declare and or L w. vs. liackiftU
The (tAZtrrc will be is.oed every 8a to appear aDd lead to the declaratiou. i make known, that Public Sales will be held All letters directed to him, (post paid) I.DowI btirsefLeiiii > der fts \ n'1-

today Evening, at$3 50 per annum, In ad No. 27 Sept.13 at the following Land Offices in the Territory shall receive prompt attention. Collections sneqiciMail d* .Vorul J

vanes, $4 payable at the end of six month, Margarita De La Rfa, Ex I of Florida;, at the periods designated, will be made with an little delay as the laws This day came the complainant by bu
or $1 payable at the expiration of the year, ... 1 t'l for the sale of the undermentioned lands, of the country will permit. lie will attend counsel, and it appearing to the satbfae.
at the optiSn of the subscriber.ADVERTuitwiNTS Samuel M. Smyth. I to wit! to any land claims ui Kentucky, aivl if required tion of the Court by affidavit filed that the

Inserted at the rate suit bu n commenced by writ At the Land Office at Tallahassee, on wt as Attorney in fact, in selling defendants do nsjt reside in the Tentoq
one dollar for every fourteen linos (or less,) TillS attaehmen returnable to the next the first Monday December ntrt, fr and conveying such lan
for the first, ant fifty cents for every con- term 01 the Superi' Court for EscamblaCounty. the disposal of the public lands within the John (i. Mosby, Eq. cf Richmond, will they appear here on Or before abe brat I

tinnous subsequent insertion. The defe dent La required to appear undermentioned townships, and fractional receive title paper and Powers of Attorney Monday of November next, and ann tr

I and plead tot declaration. townships, to wit< for land, Ac. and transmit them to me at the complainants bill of complaint filed
NOTICE. SepL 13 No. 27NO North of base line, and West of the Louisville.For herein, the same will be taken for confess
WILL attend at the following named I 'ICE meridian : the information: of Dune who desire ed, and the matters and things therein era.

M'p laces for the purpose of collecting the Township 1 of range 9. It. I refer to.the lion. Abel P. tfpshur, tamed decreed accordingly. And it U further -
vI ? TAXES due the Territory of Florida and I Tllg rarmer heretofore existing. Townships i and 2, of range 8. Philip N. Nicholas, the lion. Andrew Stevenson ordered that a copy of this order I It

County of Encatnbia for the year 1K4: to the f JAMES! A. ARMSTRONG Townships 1 and 2, of ranges 9, 10, 11, Lancaster, Dt-nhy & Co. and Jas. published in the Pensacola Gazette, once i
:. wit t-At Pringle's SchoolHouse, West! dt CO. been dissolved by 12 13 and l i. E. Heath, Esq. of Richmond. week for four months tucccssncly.'

.1 of Escambla, on Monday the 13th of October limitation. ROBERt Township 1, of range 15. e August ltV No.23 A True Copy.-Attest
next At the house of Angus ARMSTRONG Township 1, of range 10. GEORGE F. DALTZELL
Nicholson, on the East side of Escambi, JAMEy.ARMSTRONb, Township 1, of range 28. 20 OT SO Wcgto Laborers, May 13) cicr?

on Tuesday the 14th. At the house oBenj. ELIJAI. W. LEANARD, by Fractional township 1, and township 6, wantM for the PUBLIC WORKS
Kennedy Cold Water on Thursday HOBlIT AR4RT""O, Attorney in raCLPCDllacola of range 29.Thwllsbips. ARE this Harbour.! Apply at the Engi Western District oj Florida;

.the 16th. At the house of John Gardner, 8ept. 0, 183-1. 1, 2, 4 and 5, of range 30. n(TMO/Hoc, Intendentia-tftreet. Superior Coart Eactutxi County, >
M the Ship Yard, Black Water, on Saturday Townships 2, 3 4 and 5, of range 31. JulyJIT No. 19c.e. Mv Term, 1834. (
the 18th. At the house of David 8. The buplncss 01 t aforesaid finn will North of the base line, and East of the meridian Eliza ADD D: tplaina..t,
McCreavy Florida Tow, on Monday the hereafter be conduced by Rosear do JAMES : .. I. Ila Chane.q
20th. F. T. COMMYNS: A. AItMURON, undo thl'! firm of JAM r.s Township 2 of range 13. j 24 TIERCES Charleston RICE, aim DU Bigm Drfudut, J Divowe.,
Collector for Exrambia County. A. ARMSTRONG 4 CO. who are lIuthor- Townships l and 2, of range 14. i 10 bbl superior Green JamaicaCOFFEE. THIS day came th.eomplM tot b; her Coua.Ht. -
Iud settle aU the business oC the late Just landed and for sale and it eppearinl to tile MtufdcUoo ef tea
Fensaeola, Sept. 24th, 1834. 29 to South of the base line, and East of the meridian I by Co rti>V iffiditil filed that eM DfOodtat doer
: I not reside in the Territory of Klond lher.
NOTICE. I ROVER ARMSTRONG, That 11 situated North June 28 No. 16 Rm it M considered
part township by the Court, tint the ..,d
week after date I shall I JAMES ARMSTRO and WelltoltheSu.'lUUIcerier U. Defendant her before the
SIX apply to tbe range NOTICE. appear on or first Mo>
Encambia County Court, '\'Vi.en0\ t5 ttewartl.DESERTED At the same place in continuation, com- of Administration on the Es diy of November nest, sad answer the c..m.plMnaot's .
I for Letters of Administration on the estate meucing on the Third Monday in December LETTERS bill of complaint filed herein .r tile
of the 6th 1) ALLEN deceased, having
of Dr. JOa IIUTCHINS, deceased. II on Q morning next, for the disposal of the public Mme will b. taken for coofenwd. and ihe ushers
GEO. F. BALTZELL. I e U. S. Naval hospital lands within the limits of the undermrlioned been granted by the hon. the County thin.therein eoaiaioed decreed accordingly.Ar<
near Darranc THOMAS IIENRY, : Court of Escambia County to the undersigned it it farther ordered thaI s copy of the order b
and fractional
16th 1834. No. 28 townships
-Sept._ a seaman,' belongin 0 the Bebr. Gram- ,to wit townships, all persons indebted to the estate published In the Pesacola Gazette once wt k
NOTICE. had : make immediate :, for four months ioecew'ely. A c Au..,
Pu. lie Is a bright ulatto and on are required to payment ry.
South of the baseline and West of the inc.ridian -
of the i IInitor's clothes when a left. The above and those to whom the estate U indebted to OLD. F. BALTZELL, Clerk
LETTERS RIDERICKtoA. WASI reward will be given 0 any person who Fractional 1: of 8. present their claims within the time pus May 17 if o. 10

l' heCoif deceased, having been granted I will deliver said dose r at this lIospital. Townships township 1, 2, 3, 4,, 5,range 6 and 7, of scribed by (..otherwise this notice wll Wettern District! of Florida.
J by Court of Escambia the ISAAC IIU M. D.Surgeon.U. range 9.Townships. be plcdca in bar of their recovery.ROUT. Superior Court Eeumbis County }

1 undersigned penons indebted to said 8. Naval Hospu I 4 *.. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,8and0, MITCHELL, 1y Term, 1801./ IColettioo \
! estate, are requested to make Immediate Barrancas, Sept 8th, 183J.Medical \ of range 10.Townships. Administrator. Gonzalez A._

payment, and those to whom the estate I. UolSTATE ge oY the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and Pengacola, August" 15th. 1831. Jardeh.'the 1Ia Ckl .
indebtod, to present their claims within the 10 of range 11.Townships SYuvahaVs Sale.Charles -1- M.rgireU u.comPI"J!
1 time prescribed by law, otherwise this no- OP SOU W CAROLINA. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 and# 9 of Thotna ViIIlteca sad j reef
, ,
" lice, will be pleaded in bar of their recovery Tilt LECTURES: i this Institution of range 12.Townships. L. Cannier) belie of J. M .GoD'I.1 et
'ilI begin on thr frond Monday in is. > Tills 01 came the coapliinset Ce1eal'Gt|
Adm. 1,2,3 4 5 and 6 of 13.!
November next and we on the first harles Lavallet. ) Gonzalez ndittppearin the MtMfictMBrf
_Pen acola, 'Bept. 17, 1834. 28 1 2 3 4 and 5 of 14.
Townships ,
I Saturday ftt.zrcfollDing. range virtue of a / fa, to me direoed he Coon affidavit filed, that a portion of lie
t NOTICE. Anatomy by-J.Edwirn Holbrook, M. D. Township 1, and fractional townships 1, BY from the lion. the Superior Coon Mire of Thoidke YillaMca deceased now rtud
I. Surgery-John Wagne M. D. 3 and4, of range 15. t for the Western District of Florida, shall I i. ibe Suteof Alabama, cod that the Brin Administration on the es 1 and fractional 2 Sohn McOoser also reside
LETTETSof Township township limits etthe
\ N. COMPTON, de-I Institutes and Practicriof Medicine-S. of range 16.; proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on the 2d Territory of Florida and h> the United States

ceased having been granted by the County Henry Dickson, MD. At the Land Office at St. Augustine, on ofAuoust, 183: at the door of the CourtHouse I. is ordered that the Mid Defendants do spper
Court"of Escambia to the undersigned, Chr.miltrEdmund R IntI, M. D. the Second ft/ in December next for in Pensacola, between the hours hue on or btfore the firit day of the next tam
Materia Medica-Henr |t. Frost M. D. : <>>.d.ay prescibed by law all the right, title and,Ptbif ud
t all persons indebted to said estate, are re- > the disposal of the public lands within the Court answer the bill of tbe .co -
quested to make immediate and Obstetrics-Thomas G. lolcauM. D. Interest ef the said CHARLES LAVAL I plainapti, or thetaoie will be lake for con.'de ,
payment, limits of the undermentioned
those to whom the estate la indebted, to Ph.lology-Jamc.l\Iottrie, Jr. M. D. and fractional to wit townships, LET in, and to the following Lots o J'. against them,sod the matterand thiog therutdecreed
present their claims within the time Demonstrator in Anataiy-John Bellin- townships, : Ground, or in M much thereof as will satisfy [ accordingly. And it ie father ordered.
North of the base line and FASt of tho '
pre. meridian that s of this order be published ia the rsncolt >
scribed by law, otherwise this notice will be ger, M. D. the above Execution: and costs, to wit: copy
JAS. MOULTRIFJr. M. D. Dean.In : the owned said Lavallet situ Giants one a week for four moBtbi pee
by ,
pleaded Jn bar of their recovery. Fractional 1 2 3 4 and 5 property ..inl A
townships Copy Attest
addition to an Infimary attached to ated at the corner of Roinana and Palafox
JESSEE COMPTON, Adm. East of river ) of 23. CEO.BAJJzfcLL Clerk.
( St. Mary's range ,
the Institution which afforded the lat the half No. frontIng .
Pensacola -streets one of Lot 233 -
19 1834. 28 10
Sept. Townships I, 2.3,4,and Fractional township May N. 9
winter numerous cases nd operations, the on said Romaru street; the half of
NOTICK.LETTERS Marine Hospital and Alls House, by the 5, of'range 24. Lot No. 256, situated behind the first mentioned Escambia County Court 1
2 and 3 of 25. ,
Townships range
liberality of the City Concil are opened to and fronting Garden-street the
of Administration the ;
on es-
1 of 20.
BERTRAN SUCIIET deceased all Students prosecuting heir studies in the Township range two whole Lots No. 254 and 255, fronting April Term, 1834. S
No. 27 13 Fractional townships 1, 2, 3 and 4, 01 that Joan 8 MOOM, loss A.
having been granted by the Cpun- city. Sept. DayUn-ctreet, all lying and being in the ORDERED
( range27. and .
CMAKIU Bases, be aid
of Pensacola-
ty Court of Escaabia to the undersigned Transylvania utvereity. Fractional townships 1, 2 and 3, orange City JAMES W. EXUM Marshal. hey are hereby tppomUd Road CemaiaanMi*
all l persons indebted to said estate, are requested MEDICAL DEP TMENT. 28.Fractlonal. n th* West tide of Ewtmbit River, ud inns
o to make immediate payment, and LECTURES ii this institution townships 1, 2 and 3, of range By JOSEPH SIERRA, 'GII..., lieu W. CUajfUT ud Josin Fax*
those to whom the estate is indebted, to THE vv. Deputy Marshal. seTs en the Ear aid. of ad River ud that \
their claims within the time ( commence, asisual, on theft'" June 14 No. 14 ,They make a of the incrrH
present pre- South of the base line, and East of the me- report cipeoee tl
ncrbed by law, otherwise this notice will be Monday in NOftmbt7't :nd terminate on ridian: The obove file is postponed until Satu i I the nut April Term of ihu Court
the flrll Saturday in /. .. The cour- day, the 6th of September next. A true M. ,
pleaded in bar of their recovery. That part of township 11, (East of the copy CRUPPER C/e/ ..
lea arc: M.,17 3t
PIERRE SUCHET, Adm. Anatomy and Surgery. v Dr. DUDLEY. Suwannee river,) of range 14. feuowrior; Court & 10
;, Prnsacola. Sept. 10, 1834.: 27 Townships 10, 11 And 12, of range IS.
r 'nttitutet of Medicine an Clinical Practice OF THE DISTRICT OF.WEST FL01 County Court at' 'Ittzmhn"} ,
AN ORDINANCE by Dr. CALDWIU Townships 10, 11 and 12, of range 16. IDA, PENSACOLA. ,.
1 Theory and Practice oj Physic, by Dr. Towudhipi 10, 11, 12 and 13,of range 17. .4t Chambers, ,July 3ltt, 1"J.t.Isaac : J/pn123. 1834. S
i Concerning HOGS.SBC. Cuox.Obstetrics. Townships 6, 7 and 13, of range 18. DavIS ) ORDERED that JOBS JcnniMM FIAJICIKJ
1. Beit Ordained by the Mayor and Diseaseaj;of Women and Townships 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 A13, of range 19. rs.Mary In chancery-Bill for the br.t 'tnd BIR/AHIH D. WWOBT

Board Aldermen the Children, by Dr. RIHARMUM.Matfria. : Townships 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 13, orange Davis. ) 'orce. CHILL. JOMfB Juauee Fo."n.adJo.District and Tutors. Iwn-
iacula. Hoar
,01 lHceond >
Mfdtca and /If, iced Botany, by :20.Townships appealing to the satisfaction of (Ie District be and cite
I I. to ran at large In the City Pensacola.. Dr. SHORT.Chemiitry 1,2 3, 6,7 and 8, of range21. IT Court that the Defendant is not an ,- fommwahnen of School seine are Laoda hereby forth pointtd *-

SEC.: 9. Be it'further Ordained, That and Pharmt y, by Dr. YAHDCLU That portion of township 1 South of St. habitant of this Territory, but resides in ie COIDI1 or cambia.

an Hogs found running at large In the City Mary's nver, and townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. ,. State of Alabama. It is ordered that thn- ID\YD. L. DRAKE-
: of Pen:taeola, shall be taken up by theCity During the entire term the Professor o f 7 and 8, of range 22. w\e named cause be set down for hearlg: Ju4g..
Marshal whose duty it shall be to ate Anatomy and Surgrry lei arcs nine times That portion of townships 1 East of St. at the next November Term of this Curt,

our hours notice, by posting up an each week, and the othei 'rofessors daily, Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and that publication be made for thcc tIJ- DENJ. WRIGHT Attorney
advertisement at the Market House, and I ifi Sabbaths exceptcd. Theses to the entire 7 and 8, of range 23. i months in the Pensacola Gazette, accodug qunsellofftt Law, will hereafter pl'Dd ei

i the owner or owners fail to redeem such course, with matriculate: and the use of Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, Ofj to the act of the Legislative Couacil nthe County of Estambia only, eirfrt

Hog or Hogs BO taken within the time afore- the Library, amount to 810.-The gradu- range 24.Townships. such cases made and provided. when specially J employed to attend the &cwr .
mil' by paying one dollar for each to the ation fee is $m 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, of J. A. CAMERON, [> Court of Walton County or the
City Marshal,it shall be his duty to sell such By order of the Fac y. range 25. August 2 21 Judge U. W. Ft! Curt of Appeals.
Hog or Hogs at pnblic auction, one half of C. W. SHORT M. D, Dean. Fractional township 1, of range of 29. >une 7, 1834. No. 13
the proceed of sale to be paid into the''I Lexington, August 1, 134. 24 Each sale will be kept open for two Western District of Florida |
City Treasury and the other half for the weeks, and the lands reserved by law for Superior Court Escambia County >I Cattle ::1'\wnt.tB
UM of the City Marshal Jlla' omits of unsacola.NOTICU the use of schools, or'for other purposes, At Chambers, 2d July 1834. $ !2E hereby notified that the I.
Sic. 3. Be Ordained That will be excluded from sale. ... CJlOSiNG
> Anna Manns Michelet, wife of |em.nt.are DOW mad for
r? Ordinance Hogs running at on the Zh of June, 1830, Given under my hand at the City of WashIngton Francisco del Castillo Comp'lt. I IV3 In Chai. 'D LE Florida. Tb price of ferriage Mr
large !st the City, be, and the same are WHEREAS was nssed, providing this seventh day of July, A. D. }rery f. !1Ic..per head.j .

hereby repealed, and that this Ordinance &1 that whenver in theopiifcnof the Mayor, 1834. ANDREW JACKSON Francisco del Castillo, Deren'd Divorc t j\tJs SAMUEL C. KETSER.tr .
(| shall be in force from and after the firs "any Banquette already > instructed By t.\c PTtidt14. THIS day came the Complainant by ht No .

l ', day. of October. next. need to be repaired, it s all be lawful for ELIJAH HATWARD.Commiisianer Counsel l. and it appearing to the Court b'y
JOHN JERRISON, "the Mayor: on giving U rty days notice of the General Land Office. the affidavit of Thomas M. Blount, Ej anangt.n\cnt.. .
: President of the Hoard of Aldermen, II to the owner or the lot fc front of which hat the Defendant is not an inhabitant o r LeavPcnmcola Sunday at 6 A. M. ,
PASSCD. June. 28th, 1834. such defective RunqudiM may be, or to Ue.'Ward.A I this Territory. It is therefore ordered Arriv&t Blakely/ Sunday 6 P. M.

I.. M. CRUPPER, Secretary. his agent, to proceed to ipave such Banquette -i Escaped from the custody of thai unless he appear here on or before th Lea'lakely on Tuesday 8 A. M.

AmovsB,' July. 1st 1834. and to enforce jie payment of the Subscriber on Thursday lint Monday of November next and answc:r or ioon+ as the Norther Mail arrives.
C' EVAN Mayor. such expense incurred I making such last, a Negro Slave earned the Complainant'* Dill filed herein, th Ie Arm'it Pen.saeolaTeaday 8 P. M.

Yo Sae.a repairs, in the same mantras is provided"in SAM, about six feet high, same will be taken for confessed! and ''th Leavdcnsaeola Thursday 6 A. M.
'three the aforementioned Odinance for en- stout built, with a handsome matters and things therein decreed accord: Arrival BJakely Thursday 6 p. M.
The at'STORY BRICK: forting the payment for ke construction face mild countenance and a of Ingly. And it is further ordered, that a copy r Leavejakely Saturday 8 A. M. ,
Pmlafoat BUILDING,sak Ronwna the comer of of new Banquettes. Ad, whereas, a whiskers, says tit U the larger 01 this order be published in the Pcnsaeo-; or !lOOn u the NorthernHaIJ arrives.

oceQM4 .. the PensarolaHouse. streets number of Banquettes red re to be repaired Lieu, of Clark County Alabama and that la Gazette, once a week for three monthjucccssively. I I Arrive Pensacola Saturday 8 P. M.
tww and made nfcw-Thereare:>> all owners be..Is 24 yean of age. He ranaway from! A copy. Attest, ktern and Tallahassee Mill
Terms be made to suipurchasers.
1,1 tt .' will WILLIAM easy A. BELL. and agents of lots on Sarrsfossa, on Gobimo the employment of G. w. Creagh of said GEO. F. DALTZELL. Clerk. Leave'ensacola Sunday and.

13 No. 27 on Intendencla, on Taragona, on county. July 17 _No...17 Mnesday 6 A. M.
Bept alifox,on Baylcn and on Blrcelona-strcets, ALI, Arrive Cedar Dftiff Wcdnes .

.1h ::1enaa House, re hereby required to causlthe Banquettesin A Mulatto Girl, named ELIZA, the wife Territory of Florida. djand Saturday 12 noon.
front of each of their prfaisrs to be, repaired of said Negro Sam she .. the George InChancery, Laaverdar Bluff
i COM. or PAt. roa,AKa Roatatu-erasure' says proper. KnightComplainant, ) Wednesday.
WO be opened for PUBLIC or constructed wbefore the 25th ty of the widow Craton, of Clark County, vs. I in the Jack: Saturday 12 noon.
ACCOMMODATION on the let day of Banquettes ,in fault of which, Alabama, and about twenty years old. ackland M. Stone and Wit-}son Supe ti- Arrmt Pensacola Tuesday

e' of September 'by the said will be constructed in The above reward w ill be paid on delivery liam D. Stone Defendant's or Court. aiSaturday 8 P. St
;OOIW GARNIER. conformity with. the abo11 recited Ordi- of 1Ai4 Slaves or Ten Dollars for the IT appearingto the Court that the DC- HANSON KELLY P. M.
30 No. 25 ance. delivery of either thereto the subscriber in' reside in the State of Alabama,
t i Given 1 under my hand at Pe s&cola, Avgust Pensacola. so that procrtM cannot be served upon them (t.w lost Office.

r Yor' S."A a1C 9 Au1834.9C.. EV, NS Mayor, JOSEPH SIERRA, D. M. la Territory.His lit therefore ordered,
No. 2'J Peniacola, July 10, 1834. 19. that unless they appear and answer th<;> A JST OFFICE has been established
DWELLING HOUSE In Penncola. Indian Key Florida. AH letters
NOTICE; mplainont's bill on or fore: the firs) ,
'Thfcf House II large and and tins for ternons residing on this Island
To Brick Jlinlceis.TROM day of October text, thesame will be taken
received and for sile by W. M.BRANDY. '
"riDcfoureomDlOdioU8 JUST ape Florida, Kayo-Bucayno. New
roo&DJ for confcaged against them and the matters
a I I apaarti eats oo the ground door 3 to 4 Millions of BRICKS, will hereof decreed accordingly. And It is RiveKey Vaeas, on board thslifht ship
and heist one story and a half i 14 pipe Old CIIAMPAI N JC be required for the service of the further ordered that a of this order be Plod( or on board any of the wrecktei
blsb;i Ihtethet with a Kitchen and other of,jrintag 1820.1'p12superior works at Potter's Island, in this Harbour, published in some authorised copy newspaper in the Pizarro, will reach

j Decenary mUwUdinc-. It U favorably COON during the year 1834. tl district once week for four months. vesiexUPmg most readily n*
C The Inspection
mode .
Bricks of
Uuated r0l'4. tea breeze. The owner At Chambers, in the' District of West "
wishes hi tu ule. of thU preperty raise N. derltarjr; their quality tad dimensions will Florida aforesaid this 5th of June 1634. II. S. WATERHOUSE, P. 3tIrjn

1 a 8jn.Hsnm of money. ,Terms half cash Vhf anttd, be subject been to established.the same rules- as haTe hero.tofors J..A. CAMERON, # Key, (Florida i ) May I3:> 1834.
and the balance by mortgage. EMBUS at
BARRELS! it Fort Payment, unless otherwise Judge D. W. F. '
thlsofflee. OUUll saw desired will CExccute
June 7 No. 13 ,1
1 IU3'
.'I'Gd 2; e No 21 Pickens St o for be made quarterly.
.SALE kich 23 cents to er barrel n 11 be paid on Vessels errWnf at the Island with Bricks .lDSEln'S ,33L: NBS6. "ai \ I
JOB 1 U the EpUcop t
at UM be
pW. eUrery will tuUc 4 without
: nai ectasarydera
bland.WM.H ,
.. ..tpplltC) CHASE lar. .rx. It DEEDS MORTOAOS AND BILLS .
.Ti- 'CILlSE
I tini's" .. .E.' .A. M. K.IACK80N' : Osptala i oPcnsacoU En' eerie r...........". OF SALE. This Office .

f No. 16 Jelly, 1sK.: i 17 Pensacola, Jolt'191834f: a. ND. 19 Fda tau AT TVS Orrttr. i

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