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: December 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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.. W iturOvtrtitstSHA ;JoulaWeoaat of all eft iff., room muttering etecraUoas. "&aJIfheIuh.aU l\ Ule.. + 'Vb le'i''. t\
S cgur'.i3:: 3'3Vi3' tom, Afr1eahr0 he WMfut pnwbltgzetake.. .- that nifM the took wa* tarred andeatherrif .d** h ing.: a cn4 st .1Ii.Jt'JJla, htqstrurkthw .
tire of pnie'atare/thatrhMd beta parchc.' C end rode! on a rail I, and the keep : M1aJd"" 111" )LtatnonI.
tlro,rtthclJw oriIth +"i led The whootwtr Vent to ['rfncels1land. *+ sir of th4 hall WM burnt In eJfif I mvrr the ...u.tM'dlANecl mtt.bl \.reaebM,; the
Tin:' 1'UATLt3.. *, frota which taeaniclK>tlly afterward l'lUll: s"udjter cup oftn, ieg.eonee. I taaiajop.:.whetrieyw 8Je.(protected. bat
E .. *in got ar haatc;'and was ruq..IMIfe' : vine Jtory. ha*. ILl .l Or1IL 'Curiosity, ..,.aly sty llilldwne 9'tAftD.. who Md
The trial of them unhappy meu iff-o; Car-.Lo ti.near $ e'riTeI' .......u..ttVaI1'lClllUt'd. ; tobkbUcked Kve out. of Eden, and- sent .lost the naiThi*'aide recvj ereifjn about
eeeded 'with yesterday.* Severali.of.tb, ;\ Ae., Ctiptaht"t..aertrt ntr' Doctof fau.itu* to Old J4icholj familiarly ,two day+rtItrotberS'-. lt'dt but,Y
crew of the"Mexican1" ware examined but Nlt.wIttG..t1ie (1&a1\f':1itI.dC' : : 1<'laaaretbh, andfn' -arUlglj.eaJiedthl Mick) is asfetaltitheWYTtical 'conv te ceaU;Pu: he lint mock;\bet.po.
their sutemant were little more than- \ set the bible'for. .tine lttt i. olr'A.bee'ebe i ii U j UchueUcctuai apjW tait was knocked,40"Dt..but 6t; tnivred r
confirmatory of thos previously: piado bj IItllJr: ite Ihbeaprd'ihbptaIa'actIloatewt1Mtaikln : hul or ItaowlSIIg. '1atlut" tsi.4ootckha paM of4rilo elufif effect of.
the eaptain and mate. Id some 'reatpcct' 'hgrtlwfl p l .ltann r i tied of re -and it wavJriOher the fruit of 4*; ...
however, their .evidence wa contra" ; i :t(7i paid Mlrad1tfegebtltcd" 0 y"foufd'ria.ceeJila'hd.li ., the fbh of, wMooea oar rdlUh! lor that 'oftlAUutr. v>_ .X': .
ryron'e individual for exaiupte, .atatiu4 1 CAtt' 'uelftVi' >i4WMng"- .,-. -. -thej Header if you ,eru,.Inclined to raoarcarnr ofDomVK"TrTh( : : flulHin +
that tMrboatswain ware stout n\aot hv...1 ._,-+..,'al1.?tigaur'al I tcbhbtttbgtpltee.'lfs 1 iwjnit do-If yu. lire an 'after dinner or that phi.:My-V5Va'say.from,
ing large, whisker.wl'ftnoyicr: that\ Jhtl bedtbeat41 1Zi) dvllafc dread ( apoplexy,-hi. three.week* you he window of oor eBlce 1Mtetcfa noralng
was not a stout rnnn, and that.be did' nut worth pf ptytfokma, Dm" 'Aisdfv! *te. aysq will, a. thin .e Caiu, will,,", KU I"u'I+llbt l hoovers and threes.Meatn.
wear whisker Two of the prisoner.,Boy.ffa without an Tlio Captain etnn eufrvrn d hvmjrty look. Hut if yet Hlsh ta ellJIJ) teats.-with WI. spread cc tlw'Far West,' ".
andKui&, the latter the r.urpcllt.'I' of I'riuee'Isnnds! In February and-\. *remain? rifool thing of life, mek' not Ui be ''''1\ lilt 1\.1"1 i.noavh.iW.ii'.uh>......->......... -
the Pandaweruldoattdc.llryknnu3t all the ed At' "&Afcth"onlhll, at the esirstirmof and abi*-a aU thing lit rj' out of witnesses. "liIch3 Cbi' English rltmpup the rvcr .M. I .abroad the Important otth/aVoung pity
Joseph Perez, one 'of the crew off' the it 1\beats Ysoonpe tlat!). were M\el1t.tbe .Ho w lib the fttage. "The timewhXwhruwe1 of the 'Wdt*' and the ,Wghlyjproaperow.condition .
Panda at the time thfwaftOl inrnit-I earp nt tpwent 'i 1 1hct'labhlt Clr hurts "-with tirtathkiM interestU (he *of our trade* dritpdt v: .
ted on board the M o'.It"Dn""ho. lia the i'aUJrt.1 o6kmat ,Up" till at r'scatte'and limie' reevt. Lint, ono fatal night* rwe er-.i.M 3.
turned IOwte' e"den.f'U'ne.xt esanalB-1 a inatAf to a keg or?.?' -f ,l\ro\\'del *eat behind the net-mm. Vii! took a glass Steam Airry...TTie French ire building
ed. Ai"" his testimony Li interring nnoVdc1crintive : fOOcrf'w then went out'sboier, and the car. or..I *wttb Virginia: c/ufkc : joke, with a iteam' navyr. Hvaveel -of >100..horse
of thssaftdr'we give J>* mucn of.I ;,eptetffuhov@titennt after In, a canoe,* taking \pniua Claudius mul inade our best bow J'O".H.: .. nnhhed,; and six more are near-
it as the tro\fdcc1.ta\4 ofovr.olumift wll, &tb"aim tM shipVpaper*. 'They all ty !'irgiMta'just niter the old nice' had ::1110.- It'UrXMited.th** *'..Ua..od 0'tilT.
permit. Previou dyto bcinj placed ot; the rout k the bnrracVJi(hue"sbnthly "kept killed her ii the market. The charm was year, the'rreneh will hawa. It..amn.'r
stand, he wa inrorm -by the court thai the ."e. .) .The }; ghish.took the WhooneroffwHallieAi irftken-the gulden chain of imagination out vessels Vith the poorer of tin
if he told iihe truth tlic-yvhole uuth, and to pea but .l't'hlJ1'lf'in ,vas tevercd-it. hu nevdc..been re-unllcJ. I horse Steam has mad'a he w. ra. in, the .
but the truth would not hii- Merit worN. '
nothing days wh'en.the RnglUhcommandercame I cg-
ICU be pro.> eculed ngiinrttl but UraL \Ube on ahorfhnd demanded bf ihe-,Afrlnt M AY spoke in any respect.js+ett t.bo mould for' f ; ,Kiug that he sliotild give np.at Wwil late work, oil foil all deltas to l'$vor 4\4 pi coiuiicroJ} ia I I Caput (ttrpellpr, ntrt!>e Pan"< a 1f none lertnatiy,' assuree IM that M. Gend"bnin, I drO 6a<<,:"ive* the foT-
the same light a* the prisoners at" t/ie bar. 'thrSs r ,the .,crew Tho king;'however, an oppoition<*' <<&nher of Ute Jlcfalan..i ar- I lowing parUcular' 'ifwpcelipa.tne Turkish-
Ite wa theiMworn utooq !4 btUe ,*utl entieuted *n"aria the KnjtiiiH: then began to fire liameny had reached such a pitch of dexterity I embaasador, 'woo 'a'io.t arrived al'ParWtMuuph
by the.Catholic bianup ofxlu place !j the towR.from' jHe'pivot gun 'of the with the pistol, that IM would bring Re.chl4- ey tear the title of .
. and permitted, through..iji .indium of the ,ThU gurf wa. a 18 6r lO'pfluiKler, down a bee on the wing with the nictwtcer- Mlnktet! Pleairotenrtarjr-\MConrtamino-,
interpreter, to conmu.tic*>t't* M >ofty.He end sh'rtrt4 besides two smell cnr- 1.lnlt iIn consideration ol iurh pceatiarskill ple tee was .Referendary M ta&Dlven r-the
was born,:he "aJft\rgtiBriaj" *s es.poiinttteLirtnt"1lte nchoxmerreact the ffoiid in an antis of honor Jt etw tlloc&klli'oUhl.*office conslvWdltr making;:.
23 yean of age: >Valst fit the U rantl,2 k ftre; .- .. en hint and thu Minuter, Mr. Rogier, a teporfof altthft discussion on external a* '
year and 0 nrjtillu wy' text.*- Hi stippcd at .TOO Esgli4 )vrnt'tf\.af.in 3' do v, .Af- placed them.t the iiuuMual d i stance of tilt. well ate toteraat policy, which ttFdle lace In
that time on board the i'audtf, dipt.'Gib- let thl.tJafOJ"OI\cY taken from the Mr-i-ii-aa ty....iKpacea | but tI ly opposition UoputyluUrined1 the eo ttfjthe Sultan. :flitcharacter,
ert; Berni tdu de Solo wad hate, and the i Was buried! in-a barrclnit: tho beach, but 'hi. reputation) and wounded his /for knowledge and Integrity stood Very
prisoner now preaent'foetn 4 Jxttofthe afterward 1.taken. upfcuI curriedto Cape: official enemy in the luouih;. having particularly high;. He bow.. almost all the Oriental .
crew. There were au oI(1i'1_'IrOa1r. 'Thtl': Lopci. Five'Of tfat- Tanda 'crew relent !aimed et that part to order Jo tOp langvaf eavDiit 'mrntVof tbo4 of Europe..
sailed (rum the llavaiiaan-tbcdSi I.h I'' for the money<< softie tir.io 'afterw} rxU his tongue. Muwaphn BerchM-D.ymay U about thirty -
Aug. at 8 in the morning,''':-IVflerpelp?out! J.' tlr of HIPHC said the witness<< are .eight' yearrof atari. I-notwlbut re-,
soaia tines,' they._'p(Vefc'icorvotfeiiwt 1\1\\1)r t,'. 1l\4''i made the filth. \Ve The following! i.iiext thing In eiMcnca- tnarkablr weU1Jlad..ad'th. then an' 'Amerjc n'L btit, theMe xiran.-f<1 toulifl, Unit\ money nnd counted out i tRAO(4! to the old story concerning: a ktwio .as big of I\h.Co1lott"an; ("''''pMiWlarlfiileaslng.\ .
Spoke the latter on '1he 2Jth(fdt$. n law1her : wits firt at four in lKo.m; "brmQ3"))eladiu 4ebdtxUwasnll that we found remain- veiling 611 the night this affiiir took pl.t'ei" kind of long tant t"lkhtnrt")11a; ,In front!,
the southward, 'Tha captain.ur.t'h J&ndaw : Jug, and that MM after wards dh'illcll.U1OlIg: "I .tin, /ti.lry I was, sif."-"Vi\\ *t kind of with cuff. andcoua&imbroide' )ed belt vier,
-asleep1uC ehORly.aftdt'wkrd;tort a'11; the crew weaihir ww it 7" I should .s f.lt wa" vit a '<<1'0\1.4 fiCaky4luaV: a gold, a
and when.he 0avrvthottrig;; ordercaechooaeMogo 'tb.e'' Pff'" about and<< :\ e I for her. .KEElt OWoFTiiE 1iITC1EN.0 {. the tim?". "U 'was with d .monft* i his head I I. covered bya

When the wire,' h.Orrti ja v J,ci t.Uiiil1r'X ... "\ 12'.t'yre L lflt'o.uj.c (1.14a.. .' ," sod, rk could nt lICe it mining j I fell ItrmsplnC' red chtK.aurmo.untcd by 4 kited pf.dome
altered; her euurweanl-sVjiwM; L\t-m'b\ tJP .Tin.o .e... -';"' "" ( though." ltow dnrk was If/" msdo of black sUk. .
ward.. She had all nil OTI;and the. sclwo- Yoa si.,|oq inqnUi.'ir "..*".af /"ry. "I had,''no way of tdlmir, but It Mar tilt QJI Friday)text.! Muatapha 'Rnc'bUd.DeycUoed :
ner then set additional saty alga' Abvut 8 "C.rw.ilT'aualOCl ths cipaliiioa of ant first pareals light hy a jng full." "Can't yon compute whit the 7t"Ingat HU: Cloud, and Was '
the lalteredh her from t'.dlCtl8.mxt irf, ./.. "Yes If I recesvedwHh.great dJl\I ctlon. The am-/:
in the morning, brig again :: II something wan going, to
course and sleeted: -.south juj at drs the 'In'o'ur c<>11ejc; 'dny, wo once strolled eoinpnre it to any thing I shouldany it btvt.dor-wa* accompanted by his iiterpreter -, i
schooner then 'vet 'Tter .aqnare) ( sailr gave Into thisiichcq Of tbe. great: ball, being \\-ut en dark as a stack of black ("ut.\\l" ,-'and hb colleague, NamikTteh*, Minister
chase, and oohCam( ;npwmtthetMri A naturally Irariuu4 tulenra how cooking of the Porte,.ol the Cpurt otSL,Jsrocs'. ,
sailor..t&JVorecatftKfof the Panda then wa :mffhiscd on a scale so extensive a* to (heal Printing. EtubHhmrutr-The V ho has been In: Fnot.. N1t11 Pwaa
fired' musket upon which thf brig hoye,1o wt'tho wanti ff tame two hundred student Dostou Courier copies fronta Uomlout- sneak! Fi-enrn with .rent fluency' i having
and hoisted l1e'tntelit m'1J ;mietJ hoo- *. Itwns n ipiurtot of A\ hour,before uer an interesting description of the ezteu- the uniform' of a Turkish/Pen'!, which differ -
net ,.tb6fI .ultd, lear8odtb&desttnat1on; brekfanBiid; an, enormous kettle, filled ive printing' establishment of Mr. Clawmwlicrothe from tht'droM'ot MwM pbat, BwhldBey : ->.
3tc.of the brlft; ,.nd or\Jkredlh4; eaptatu( on \vNr poffair f as 1f vres.,dt .I"II\1dft&l,) bung publications. celebrated p\i'>- tally In a profustofl of f oia'enibroWery1,
board. The captain oIiiyect.11nine'n gloomily 'over- the. fire. A* 'its,'contents usher, diaries Knight.mid obi Society and a pair'of enormous gold emoletft .
hi* boat with" ti>ur' meu.: Wherrthd boat fIotW etxl bubbled, wopbtervtd vcr,of.n1t CUI'the dilI'lUlion of useful kuo>'hnuLto *.Ierwod. Tho i Interpreter of the eiabtSM/'J a mart 1
rests'qdEhg: Bcnortaer. foiWtnhn''bpboaiug: edit some dark )utatauce; etiikptly' .. 11iere.are euiplwyed! 3ll teen advanced In. life. > tenant. at.l leit a\Cdn-
to the Panda. C'he'&h\rd &!e,, besetrata, ho a gruiiTef.coffee,*oiat to, the. founders, 6 stereotype founders '7 i stautiuople, and, teakssevenlih; Btoropeah'
carpenter: and one iailor J'ieip S/Inio'her W/J.fe/ and fantly-yducklng dX( tart a*' il r, dampening paper and 161 coatpo iidre. .' language*, partkrBlaWjrrnwAf. .
and ordered her W be- rowed bactHo tae Its deed were evil. What was It ?-H&f The principal composing Loom whert the %3'he IOn of the Interpreter w>*aWlnvitdiha -
brig; {The wltnr..s,.w.. ertastea: if any that very same liquid| in Jfteetv! minute ire type l- set, Unp fat long, and t* filled ill 'pretty child of eleyrtj:Jr of .
of those four men, i" era ,pre'ent .in spurt were to partake, we were'to persuade our, front end to'end with a double. set of frame ."<, and *pVkk* Freneh aln'est"tar wtJIat
upon which ha pofnte .O\ KoUXrhe latter palate that it was l1tI4Jitl.f".coflfee,-'''spite. Two steamengipe are employed.in driving ,Ins /athet f ffe and tfan Puke: d'AW'ale: be 0
imtnedk tefy.ptarted from hi* soat. ,shook of afl Insinuations that it was made sit II.IJp..i the printing machine., which. Ihaieare Mune very* IAUm.JaJ." ; >\ ponn*' f the _
I hi*.flat at Perez; and in lot)4 artdi jrtwsion- Jar leaveand damaged. Tyfc What'' oId eight that can each throw off froni:.wQ to OTenlDf1." wt..mtd&ioe. ']oV1eacho1hertJjjUi.fcf '
ace toae*, declared him'.a tW.. ,.;.are, arid that myaterkui Wok .ubianco beT.' \Val llXp impressions pelt hour There are 1A eomo ."tla: k Ir.t'f, aiMi.
a rogue j The witness couthtue4-When ir* sturgeon orr.(1ea* '*-be'd, or spiel Common printing. pre/e for fine work;ands ;;' b'jsisuaj tj o ..
the.achooner'* men got on board the brig, ofw'qpd.jDrafBtoyD piptt.; The > hv'drauiid l presses, of 200 horse.pow7 r-'tloo.lVli-.e.iMot9' i' !'cltlserx
they drove tha crew down into;-'!'!. forecastle one of treat' pwo each, for pressing paper. There are in the; !; 4rtltWi gany"w '
and- 'sbottly'. afterward; tie (wit- alaf ra-our evil stir eetabll4hiuent'sbout H00 work in stereotype hotel m brow lopUo-OII& foiea
ness) saw the ttiirdftj take up the brie'* v1dedaaiean =.wh piiutKed it in t of,which 79 are"Bible*. The-first as'nqrela to lodge the; ...syl'thsi
speakingtrumpet and tell the eagt&lu of the ocean betore V.; and talsed.to,the qUf'SHlhwas poster Uiee plate wOltlGl4mJ'uftltoJMX.J.-'ii i rtglTr.4t.tdyUN'erttrO) : t Ut..t1.
Paada that UTM-B WM on' board tie: .brig tit the ghngelteeitt'aa'( 'old... ,&at. 0001 tfie weight, about 3000 Aona, andIf{lI I
plenty! Qf what jie waa tooklnrrortatI : en r !1 & \\a<<)TCI'.YL.n.o oai--:; melted and nold'for old metalwootd;be"the P.lc."E' t.
had t$AQJJ: in ten boxe*."' The boitawjda 1t1a !'! trtJ retell e UOdt: worth'WWXtf. The 'average' quantity ': ., t'k+t.Eel. '
,/ also held up a handful. of dollar to the> captain lCle' minytea we wete. hailer printed amount' w.tl.cb ,&b.Nt': ,. .
;: and afterward.* threw thom: ,Inlo: ."? f "ftallJearryingtae,' bat'bn $ "' JI.biIa. quantity of about !8000 .reatua, i ..... ;
e7 The eaptal Mid *Venr, ytfVg&f I! point. 'nJ re "ens'-Gl r e1il W314. the permaken and 'Other trod *-,'N f.y ;," ",orrI ment'"ot .
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well,lei tb.br1abe"bUl. 4 ancl t ring with Blfcth'eiriasfehir; tDi.'S'ItWlll' *a--we' tt:tee into 'ount.l'he., men fohkft #'at' '1 ..,
all then money og.bMrd,1' ;.. brradin Chri &eMolhian4; this estabtifbm, must amouUt. ( t., hand. bill'' t.xavblch..
The.money was :;thelk brought from the I tMtr devbtod throt'dipfut.cuy brig to the schooner In Ura Americanjboat, bovenge. tHeadtr4 DertSlC%* td' Z.- BBsvBiaor -:-r r ;b "rt& -il..tlbln
which: was towed by.the launch of the erlroo-I bo-im l for u (eye .miD"....-' 'H> * ,
nor; *>fna fofrl,'.p r4 and butter, were also I a outlandish in a dialogwe.pl fpok'Bry, Catcholie OUhop of South Carolina. p ttsou.and'itrokass work.ndul; : ute,,.:uM1 wUo.t
..brought. hey- then returned. the, .plsee next ton)' old friend prank tltdgly."Jrsttk am1iM at 'Philadelphia on Wedneedajr.t r:rrLdque tp ,ad 1.tt drop .
brlffi-eu the halliard and; let the yard fall w l\. e j4t1 drlnking?" from Liverpool. II) the packet th> RK.-" jt,..,., .'4 .
on deok. One of the. cbaoner* men.also:, i' Co1'ftle.d 'g'"e. hoota "fhl djitinfutahe* prelate!,i MTthe s
wentUp and "slabbed the belly of tHmai* WillyovUke you; oath of tkatT* National Gazette. U accompanied>.)y ..rJbi ,sr'W.R tJtret.,.bOW Ilan' J
topMiv! *_ .Witnxw wa placed on the foretop What the deuce 4o .-u.mean T *" three Ursuline Nude (rpm the.Coorrat, &In 11IMb a fAfereu..treet
Of the brig at this timeTon; the lookout| "I have 'been to nherfclwhen-I Aata near ,Cork. Their napes ala+blrs. ***: oD "Ii' I, .Ute}IIarder r .
but was*o intently engaged" in watching made, terribledi.cevery-: down. that Tony, the Superior i Mra..M-CarAjr 'the brig, that )e. negkciwt'W duty *M c 4tr inerey's sak.r "'.. *' Hughe*. Whit$*m* tm Wotttf',;;: 8tatt.-:frow i* .r'the United
Captain Oibert,wa* anjrr/with,him. The (her tM whole tab cauglir tb. s- a youBf Udy. prepariy. f)1" acID"i01their / \ lto; fur 141eci leys, JQ give lime for an
witness here stated that he saw the brig larro-.'apeak'oat, speak, -\," reoumfed e .ml1IDb,; Aaaovaf ht ......gets.. "w\1lf1'D&o,sIiRt i4 m ,. of the '
crave eonftMt\.below$adtald1YS -oa all skdgs.j ," also an Iadras'Mfisep ,14shy ''; ,M9t"' .. ..
terwards told thai aTnre.had, w..r"l\r -Fellow.}urns.' you 'fondly imagine' Mahoney..Y8y\: :__, ,Loss f ad; wbs,. 4!;""' ,. ." .. ;r..tt'* :1, .
with the intention toflfocaling them; Tb|'. that 'Qp ,have".beeq, drW.-Hf. coffeenoaecb mean to join the ilesny a .,- n o.urLadreM.rey'.Iq ; 'A'Ji
chooner's. men then fttunied to their va*. thitlg;yOUJttive been dnnkin4 Hat.souphere R%hark-too, whose ; J 4 .,..t.8'.y:
'.taking with them)hebd.'.boat;[wBich lsthehat ltee1r-bAlthol 'OP dnUsAre4besaatgattlltee o<' the Wster eryesraY ,( _.. .ly. I&Qt'At 1 1I
ee '
tel')tojsted iatheir thejttffl reeking a&d horrid nuus, whxfihadbeex'bdiled : 'IseMight+a..bw."o ,''( o. .. be&l .... xtl...+ JUaI. r
they'cutUed.they tatai minnie kaasucceeded tblet a 1aaa Dr Doystas .. trIP....... .Tbij
owp boat, pointed t the brig, wid y eo)-r4v : ct'Ii .,
auxxlaway;across JwTfcwa.;! The brig, hga. iri/lifhad.. tU> out of the eof A ketttof* Cathw4k ldt. LAlgblM sand, :! 1y." '
Junior cWw*."Composed 01 -< .
achooner hau .
VVjnf the The aa M
heading N > "' .
eJ WM her win to keep Ollt*t.be way of"a u nanny reckless dare -4t vUs u wpr'ei. '. r>.rt- PLao"-n..:pckN tILl, I br.. tai bit IJff s: Jrt
wblch1bey l Uttd r 'footditylearednothleg Pueaboetu philadclph1eMm I Uvjrr,'bJ: bf -eetenrjctg4p: ..r.: rfg
oaall they aw at a d taace. an$ CQngrega( ,.ps .-
believed to be* .magaf-rar.*'The boxe rOt thond<< "' ; Of 1CalJa:1a: the lgytq+ as one her pu.er. owlet Mrvck, bg.wltmn / a..stnr, Ja 1a4d '" a
cootammc the. dollar were marked but prornuolbeia e dciaditth y U4 tjmot a) miatutae--ob the tot, itq lli 1I! t. Drat' i
\ with P. or ,trot at.**aa Nu wit es here gave an account of tM differ.. county t bnf3bls discover; was too .fcauch top filaat,amil,wa knocked otf and killed. 0. '

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revolution his tep.1'1 1e the dinner wit going
and :being
'r' FO1rt< bneaatllftl 4 him
tussah W of movement
"' to was brought some or
J- Lbe determined to proceed
: both from Lisbon art! r,tablMbc< I.
A nnbr1 l ;.".:& i 'to'lie et -eied'- Porte4guese dates, she ofMexfco and thei& renejr the the British artpji whjch was deemed:of
cross the Th s, from the Lambeth to OpoJ1O.,'''' of the l:!lh October fnUfiebhi6nsof but!thFhews Cd W! of Introducing, settlers Into:Tfiaa.Thretult uffleicM, importance to justify a .pedalmeaaeftf .
+' the "..unlhllMTlld.' 'pfd rivet, Meat the thef Impart .are lucre Plop the plesageof agenerraleol- t* to,Lord, George Germain, whowssmt.this'time
.. advice The army Was \ was
our previous l at the head of the foreign
+' 1 4i4r
MiUMDk Pleitealtar7t je toward the present tale onizatioii 1,,W.>.thorM 5 partioltiaej'triqN
rieq tie Jbit'Mlle' tbt lOt so-wellditptaeil be esaigned to:,cuotne- offie*. ,Ilea order hie Secretary to hold
The ydin rtI the U of country to
of the Goverment, that.not I test himself readiness for the niaaion. Our
pC Loni J"1 l lbrlnrtnr up.for of direction etl.-c! oujd) toM ho WftuMmnderlakela\ populatethe! and himself
apprehensions all this smuggles
ay tune rt.untyy.-lii* 1a /1 +d the foundation of hero
tb'l1uyb\ift ,
perha iBtr
France' Don Miguel make the &llb'aUelUptto the Arrived at Portsmouth
Ftt"K rr h waexnade more liberal and on bt>ard same hip. -
become g has been i ua- a .r-te..wbklr
the country. The harvest instantly on bore, and drives
lon of oabinta ) gods
from State
every dafTrptta) .t Breat,: a -' extended
( aa daft" : b.thalothe' were-'lnada: the post-haste to the office of Lo George, and
cruiser In he Attantlc. assumed 'at- snit '
,gppii.1i : had no ne had
< finds tWflae (Lord_ George) that motown -
It U caicjfyU4r( Uui leeeUfan *[< moatln pact. -umal..rff'ftly I.lItal d to ,aYe grants which b..e1leea.tbewbjed..or. rasps len for blue country house, a
ago the a1mi e:; 'Nbicllik hAd been taken possession of Calahorra,a orb awn much cnterpxi. andlies fell miles from the city. Nothing daunted,
all the Dondaln.. Engiand dill not at the entrance ofCastllo, two leagues rOIQ ,,l UtiscitlcmeMU.. I ia..ehlieu contiguous and Burnctvand he*foUowahimt presents himself to him in '
exceed whlcn \n Plcrenf -ice offers howc on thO estein tine of :
e a
14/jOH Logrono The acquisition, the intelli
embraces Ore liver Bra!soa...ndo1mado. his travelling dress : imparts
a Proftl ofsa fly:VNrt.e) : fh\ not be important liar.been made to oin j deemed by his Lordshipverymportanti
council we14 .
h GnOite
A letter,1qnAdated: ult, In Enbland, a privy" although much doubted.
al of. Mr. Thomas or the purpose o *!n- crj$;'in differentsections of ;the country.nontrtnoteMm t
the Oatobcr.
on and
announce tb.arri' borders, and,all ofeoojlaud. He i I. invited to take refreshment to remain
t Campbel1,,..aalbor';ol :"'The 'Pleoure j>t tering into> full examination of all 1 th circumstances .:- ,our e teWelD41 from the all night, and to breakfast with him
with the- orirfl -13utt
Hope," & la.>hat colony.Smoe .' connected / tovtho'CelonWo," UelngtdtAirtoed( ( in the morning. All this he does, and accompanies -
the 4readftil Are: al:Wlemer New: the fire that recently deswyedjhetwraeso / ou- aibine ar4wfitter ktwwB and can. him to town next morning
cohntecte ouIthl .to .
studs Deu-Vleua, the bff d,wuhvtnoreyCertaintx
and sty :
wiffocated, have the public press waj present, and
who wemeUhuJNirnt counlry; the regular meuengu-errfee, Isooldly -
in a prairie ,
take notes was )Ir. Uf- texas t<#m'e, ;
vaults 01 allowed to
been taken'font the cellar and person having skirted by timber.: received, hi.lntelligence.being anticipated -
tho 1twn |
it sil.tbp.tstrenms
the workhouse" ,. ... r __ ._ nev,..the stenographer bat- the being procccdkigs- .Tnia to BiireVticularly Its character after *' Do not let ua lose eight of our ftannbllll't'd -
,,, ttee..obo sf glvertnellt He la taken into the office of
A r-mnbbM.'p hall not be made public until the !nvr,tga! pViaiug we Trinity, and! as you advance
ae" ilD-UeD.nlbbOtll 'oof Fran'Uort. tion close.. Tilt I unde&tood to tie north w<*. tho prairies ore of tautextent. Lord George, who finds his knowledge of
It !. a sudden malady among the mice, ia brought to a But in the grants of Zatala. Bur- this country tefy correct, and to him very
thousandsbf w4lich ire found dead vf dying. however, that the fire arose It frond any } net and Venlieu \there la less of'prairie and important. He becomes his most confidential

In the fields....,w:! cd bat to an accidental Parliament caiiHC. was our oil more o( oodlmjd.) (. They abounjUn beautiful Secretary I ia taken into the family: -ol

A sinffolarctretlmatao'ee. scored In plcn- the 23d prorogue,*in one of the Committee rooms natural meiiovrs of dimensions i frpmcuie Lord George; is sent on diplomatic errartdsto
helm pffrk.:* The kept*n"ere killing some the Lords-which cscapeduninJTjrid' to five Hundred and a' thousand acre different European courts; becomes a
deer, when one. .of. them shot a, fat buck, .A'great many places have been proposed prrfducinR; a luxuriant! her!. go w at 611 seasons resident at one of them j writes with great
and the b"I"after passing through the body in which the Parliament may n.'*cmbf! tint have large proportion of woodland ability upon almost every subject ; and in
of the-deer, atruck a tchaese hut It In'probable that the offtt made Dhk \. without under arir''th affording fine the end,.,he wjio was at his Thompson
belonging to. Mr. Matgette'oral e Majesty St. Jame's Palace will be ac- pasturage andnp: ;enting the an[ of Thompson, becomes Baron ,
Dear Inn, with such force a> to cause the cepted. splendid Uwn*& Parksj>remred|, wittect the COt'NT OF RUMFORD.Baron' .

death of the lilies*anlmaHmmodiately after It has been propo ed aa a stop to ()fCon- taste and. lubor of high cultivation.On ,
reached home. UT stop ih6" cry for the re *.1 of of the rivers, the; Brasses for tiling has been courting the
The gallant and tKe spirited Duchess nelland so to the'winwilera instance, are dense 'forestsut| they_ are Princess Royal of Naples for a eon of
d'Angooleme, whorl*Bonaparte,,pronounced that the embarrassing. iament should never foundpn! }he high lapds. Louis i Phillip.
to be the only man" In the Bourboii I meet in Dublin, ia \ temporary 'lIc1/Ilun.1/ The nuldncM of the clnnato is such,
family, U'at prevent 1* Hungary.<< She. Ole !Theold Irish Parliament Ilimsa, now em- that provision limq.llclqr ho{Ma, Cattle, LP01T'OF COLA.
at Offers on'4he 14th'01 September. Her ployed as the' Bank of Iretano, could befitted hogs, nor for any IItoct. husband and Itber4n-Iaw, remain In Bo up at little expense, and ia said tb ample store is 'sufficient'*hrougbou;, tilt,q;. .t\.1arIft' gntcUgmce.
hemia. ,* j* ,be the most magnificent of Icgmlatiqn year ) anal at all ;eca on* they fatten on the ... : Arrival since our latl.45chr. .
Sir John HophoueeV' who has ban abort 'in the world. natural pasture I of course they muyjplyrapidly .. Black Hawk, olden, Key West,
three month a Cabinet Minister is said to A letter from Berlin states, thatthe: or- t and Texas may be callul Lbd pj Cargo) to the master., ,
hare been only twice at his. om. enlIsts who bate treated his cane despair adise of animals! of the inferior order| "aifP .. Rose in Bloomy Fenrea. mobile, cargo to
The celebrated French musical. compoect ofjMving the young"Duke or.Curaberland'seye to man it is the lam} offycniL-e." the master. ', ,% .

died in f* rls the,llth.' o/Octo st ght. .Stock Exchange '* From the A ew York dtUet I. Dipartrd.Scbr. .
DbeOl&LDlIUa TheCommJttce of the Creole,.Roche, New Orleans 10.000
ber.Namik of London maintain Unalterably their resolution The circumstances set forth in the r r. bricks by L, C. Hubbell.Moop .
Paellalbs: Tutkiah Ambassador, not to 'admit officially the panl.blundt1M ,lowing recital may be implicitly relied on, C. Walton,, Abrams, Mobile ballast -
arrived In town on Saturday.week fiomCa- ) long as the creditor of the as matter of sheer fart, without adornmentor by the mister.Drig'BetseyPark.
laia. He to a handioaia.younfcman, about Cortes shall not have obtained satisfaction. fiction. They were communicated to Laguna 83,600 feet
ore feet eight Inches heightvery gentlemanly ,- The magistrates of the count of Ti William me by the late respectable! Dr Williams, lumber fit),0(50( shingles by H. Kelly.
and rather smarUn his exterior rary, residing In'the Dlronyor-Clan the historian of Vermont and the fathers of ,8ch*. Elizabeth ForsytbhN. Orleans 12
On Thursday! ,fee bpd albng Interview with have ,applied to the Lord Lieutenantto the gentleman who in now on the. bench of bales cotton :300 hides,,by C. C. Keyaer. Coun, Modern, the Rusataa Charge d'Af- proclaim martial law in: thot district, I the high test Court of that State. They goto -13ch,. Dolphin Downea, Mobile und-
faired, at AahbnrnhanIoue.T7n which is exceedingly disturbed. Hn Ex-: show the ardor or mind, the inflexible determination ries by the mAster 3 bale cotton by J. Jer-
RUne. -'The Cologne-Gazette says dellency has refused to employ !MI rlgt rents and elevation and pride of rison-Jr. &:. J03 bides by>> C. C. Kf yser.AOfiNT'S .
_" The atmmboat continue to bo.crowded a measure to establish tranquRity This flight of the Yankee:character, which, -----
With passenyer It'it* alenl ted h.allbe alone proven ihcf judicious policy ot| the when HO unitcd/Ms equality tfauable, of filling : .,.t'Y.r O/'fVCj+ ? I
number periods who, hare Ua veiled by Marquis of Welloiley. and his aversion to unknown seas with herwanvass, or Pensacola Dee. 12, 1834 oleo t
the steamboat this year only fret ween Ultra-parliament measures, making the wilderuesa blossom like the peals will be received at .this
Mayence and-Cologne, "above 120,000." rose. until o'clock M. thtf let January next for

The tide rn the,inply of bnlllort'seems tn Ids.tht Charttttnn Courier. W. F; P. furnishing all the fire wood (to be hard oakor
be again turning tn favor of this count r *t TEXAS. Scene jfeto I1/lTn/II1&ire-Period 1778. black jack) which may be required Boring
least aa regards the South of Europe.. The This Interesting country at the present The Doctor (W.) then at the head of" the ensuing year for the West India
last Lisbon packet baa brought 80,000'., moment attracts so much attention, and eastern College, belief ed Dart mouth, was quadt0nnd station, to be delivered at the
chiefly m gold, and 60.0001. more l embarked <. calk forth so many enquiries, that,we are on his road to Boston, travelling horse- navy yard subject to tti?usual inspection.
in the 8ob W&K* 1s daily: ex iMured we shall render an acceptable service uk"without display: orfrlpjiory' ostentation BYRD C.WILLI8, Nary Afent.
pected. In the North of Europe the supply ,to the public In pretl'nting"tbe" ,follow. ,'his saddlu-bugs thrown over his horse, A'.4 VYAOEftT'S 01 'E
of bullion wilt should the demand actually ing information, derived from a 'source of ant after riding a few miles: stopped at a Pensacola Pec. 1% 1834 .t C
continue, ,go on much more slowly accurate Pcn knowledge.. small country tavetn (the appearance of SEALED Proposals will, be received at
through th."later time: on aecounrof great at- Under the Slavish dominion. Texas which was not at all preposH >si ing,) fat until tire 1st day of January .
er isk and longer taken upsin thrconvdyance. vftw. a separate province occupied by three hibreafast. As he approached the', Iolel next at n o'clock l: .for the delivery of
.-iLondon der. military pouts., M Bahia Si Antonio de or Inn," as Sir Walter hh It, he saw ,1500 perches oC BUILDING' STONE, on
We 1aread'" 1M' Girl's Book and the Bexar, and Nacogdoehes ,ana settlementsof parched on .a horte-block a small boy, ult- the (:Cofferdam at U e Navy Yard. Persona
Boy's.Book"! 'already:*n<| now we tee hat Mexican were formed around each, ting in lhflua, with vnhaniptoarrouy hair, proposing will h ate the time at 'wh ch the
another wdrk U announced, under the title whkh grew into a considerable towa-jat but Whhouba hat: his dress consisting sole deliver the whole can be.completed.An .--;' ,
of the?'Wife's Book."'TheJlnsband'sBobk. . Bexar.of about 3000, and at, Nacogdoches ly of B pair of trow sera and shirt, both of early day.would preferred. 1:
will no doubt come nexi. ,''and La'Bahia into villages! of about 600 j which >>,ere-dyed a ,butternut color (we __ :If S'RD CWILLIBWaeyAjent.- ,
1rwl14t"'atolul4 SAeHft)o/CAe <- and GOO inhabitants. Thw Wimbor has not I endeavor to be graphic,,) He called to this NO'rlcE. '
r.-The-Cheshire quarter, aestions commenced increased,'and forms at present; nearly the yellow .haired bey, atuLdirected that his j
at KnuU/ord qn MondaY A" true amount otthe Mexican.and Spanish popu- I hone should'be provide bill1 was found by Ute Grand Jury againstthe lation ta> Texas 1 an addition of 1000 would and mvejy,thlngeLte that .roufd make a X i of ASSEN810 1P1N1A., deceased
Sqeril&ofthft. the'City.{fChfBter.for a Include the whole. horses-comfortable. boy approached; have' beets granted to the undersigned.
misJeaieanoY la1 refrain to"1 arks upon The country at large; in all Its beauty I with avhlngla, In one band, 4 "Barlow Alt persons indebted to the estate will
themselves jhe' exftutiodrtf'.Oarsido' and and.fertility was left unoccupied except by; knife in the other,.{wklUlng as he went,' make immediate payment. I'and those baying
Moslev Ih4tw6 rut en'nnder'sentence.of the wild horse the deer and the buffalo tJI but not, for want of thought,1. us.ke said claim against the eetate will.present
death in the Cheater CJistttfff'tl\a Tatirderofthe of which amidst luxuriant natural pastures, be was making a water! 1 heel upon a .new them' properly authenticated and within.
late'Mr. Ashton. A .rmllar'bUrpre-' have multiplied to an extent almost incred plan. the time p HENRY by law.. '
aented against the High SherilTof theUbnn- ible. Ao intaUegent trader among the Indiana -, WMIe the' Doctor asb"dic ussing'' his MIQ1IELET. Adm.
ty waa thrown out.-The k6dietment'wilf hi the Interior regions of that coon- breakfast! ;this urchin ft lIentJI.o.\i'el d December It, 1834_' 'NO" 40 '

be removed by ."tibra lnto'the Court bf .try being asked how many buffalohe M AI".LlU'Aloor> and i/ir: .gagi ng fps, the 'yTHET-Ri-slijKNl-! tub UWL -
Klnf'a Bench. 1b41hus'th..queltton of liability had aeen in one herd, .replied, one ;nil Doctor would retreat. At length Doctor. *.._ TED STATES, .
will he bronjor under d&cpirtcJn before lion,,tneanlnff literally what he saldj but demanded of him what ho wuntcjL Mu>jr, 4 '> JI.CJIK.u by the Act of Cougnaa,r approjed -,
the onbj'!Uibunal ?Competent decide It may be restricted, a declaration. ,that sit. ,. replied. D> 4>oy; Uuey tell n> ..that you on the 30th ,day of June, 1834, the
upon If:'"MapakeMount "t"C.'er per i"'"- they could not be counted.: Tb. deer are are*the"tosn :what larns the 00).1': LaliipV.anxlJLwAn ; President U auihortaed to direct iHe> Recto-.
'lll.i'D l' \ Vtftl. Ultr,,; still more numerous,>n Scotch genUeow "naa' \like dod (!lan the horse roves the country in gregar Qua. %ajd tfiU good-nlltured divine, come to my i iI Distrcttomale sale at Pijblio Attctidn. of "
secant of M un(, Co'" 18.UC'JOdapUah&l. masse with alt the,pride: and majesty ohfe Ja \lIlOt.Xa distance of more than a one-fourth'ifthe Lots in, the. town 'of St. .
it on the IAtl. : r 'Arabi Increase o/ Rg1rs.=at Ie a Curios has diminished l the .umber- I you,,air J I will go. <. to the plan of the Surveyor General of
flct that late.parUk of Grpat Waldlna of e'therbnt only limited their ranges .On went our Doctor tq Boston, and after said Territory: now, know ye that I.ArfDuaw .'
k : Texas was but little known; our eouriirylDltl1 a few day, returned! to his home whereto JACKSON '
field, Suffol< >Juat.a."ot\l1'f.,,she ppy. ; President' of,the United
lotion amollWtd to atsitun fired.ajidaeventyelght -- until seen by .the gallant: bands his most perfect astopidhmegt, he find itatf'l,,'do hereby declare ud snake knows =
peraotfv stud UvB poor rates lo&tl who entered it in'aM of the patriot cause; our hero of the butternut school eoctume. I that a Public Sale will be bel4 at the L4ni'Of
At, this tlraa,..".. ivmatMJ.of luhabitajiU lathe atAifTereatper1Sde of.its Mexican struggle The Doctors of the old and considered jce at TiLlUBisste, in'the TnrlIory of
.same bilk the I lQr rue: QQb( ,-, for Iridepondince.feny ...:. ,it J paramount.duty to*,Instruction. J 7avida'for the disposal of the undennearoned -
sews country equal to .France yip pledge, lie set about giving 'lot* inthe Town of M -. UAna..".....
lrSvria the NiaAat3rytw s+w>realat fldvtme- extent, intersected with numerous rivers, Ha. found the boy-apt, quicksand com- ,puma, .on th_/iuftA Monday of Jtomarv
running hundreds of mile into the (Interior prehentitft. Attentive
HI' /I"...,.". a very high degree next ma
U.Taa"ao ugOPE.Dy producing In its various climate. and soil, he quickly acquired the rudiments of LOTS numbered 18, D 11 'J'SJ 23 19,
all the commercial'staples of the whole 10 English education, :and proceeded to the 33.37, 41, ,'43. f e?,ed06,73,77'
the arrlftJ et the picket ship Rhone, American. Continent. Latin; ,which he .
,' very soon m41tetedf'Od 81. 83, 89, U3, vr JOJ. 1td 199 113,11-7
Caps Rocket, ;Hartwe' have 'N.qMyed They,brought home this knowledge, and then grappled Greek,. knowjodge of 121, and 123, a. l the
oar pn.p persi t -2 .d a 00- give *a account GlUe beauty,.fertility and which. very soon acquired ; and la the plan of the said tysrephred by the
tober- TheM papers eOllCaiJl, London d.tei salubrity r and n.any were tempted to neck end become th*mo t*.jroLIsbed'scholar of 'Surveyor General f 1hrTenitory
one day late tbd weep, beo rre*eiv eda. art abode thereia"spits of the prohibition I ,he University of
The Oaaeuard* Jl'rue01 iiZM pf of the than existing tMra.... Foremast in this ShUt we our scene. ,. ?" Flo/Ida.tale be *
a -October atatita hartKUving k>tt<%a4 a enterprise ....M.iI. ; itrfin, who,, about The Doctor makes another visit to Boston -* onThe will kept 4'open for two days
long coavemtio witt M. de 'Rtffnyrthe twelve years since Wned from the Commandant |UkcsXith him our Uen>of horse-block Given under ',hand "
my at of
French Minister City
foTfoMnga Affairs at.Baxar, pwi&lsslon to I introducesettlers l iwhom finds ,
memory be delightful
The ChaotUr. bf Commerce'of Lille, ;,; and repaired to the U. ,State Washmrtonrfthla .31st day of No-
to >anuw, abounding |ID literary anecdote, vember, A.. D. 1834 '.'* %.T
have published: aa elaborate manifesto '
disapproving procure othem. but d'iDe'oa the router tell >ut the world all new and/rash'to him.
,'I ty a leogtHened series bf arguments to his Stephen F.Awljn the ,While In Boeton, t ceDoctor. is invited to By He Prttident ,.
of the late liberal manures of commercial fulAlment of his undertaking. On this gea- dine with the Governor of the'Bay State,' ELIJAH YWARD ; +
regdatio oTth French 7over tleman'a arrival at lieU, he ,found the then under the ortiwa Of Great Britain lie S

meAt. This manifesto .p ean.to' laav. Commandant.ln
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have been adopted. A Habeas Corpus would i Mr. Livingston, to declare that hf had received sail, dried, and pickled '.h| such Ifflpor'
j 11 131'C'S, rr.4!:: 3Li B. have been a more suitable remedy. Thisat I no instructions from the Government tation to continue for-the period of six

least is certain, that the mode of pro; of the United States,.to agree to any months, from the 89th of()October IBM.YovifAe .

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, '1834. ccediog which has been adopted is unsanctioned compromise whatever .relative to the / C\arlt:;;:P t'WI. Dtc. \. .

COMIIO Dow*.-It will be perceived that by precedent (except in the case of 23.001),00)\claimed of Franco, j farther TIU Ecliptt Yest r4I" being. a clear ,

our sheet, never,of the largest is this week, Tassels) and Is repugnant to all state pride that Mr. Livingston I is sure no such Instructions bright day, the Eclipse was distinctly viable "t

somewhat smaller than nsual. We trust and to all our prc-conceued notions abejul will Over be transmitted to Mm.T in this place, and oflrredjone of those "
state rights, and the powers of the national sight which occurring at long intervals Ia
that this arrangement is merely temporary judiciary It: 1KKASLKV.: in the revolutions of the heavenly bodies, '

We understand that the Cpinpan of Ar- We understand: that the receipts into the afford to the contemplative aDd lIt'tbIUIe. a

, tillery, now stationed at JVrf I'tcktnt on Mr, WILDC, one of the unsuccessful candidates Treasury! during the month of Octolxr opportunities observation which of were t
doubt C\JUllmprond. The disc the
this bay, received orders by the last mail for Congress at the late election i in from duties aid 1 lands, have exceeded one hen!ng was, with the exception: of small rtnf

to repair to Cautmiemeut Brooke, Tampa Georgia, was lately incited b). some of hit million seven linndred thousand dollars, of light on his outer""", eaU"I, ....-

. Bay. This movement (. supposed to have friends Augusta, to a dinner which they which, lean average for the other monthsin ed for shout two minute, There was a gradual

some relation to the contemplated remotal proposed to give him. Mr. W. declines the the year, voiilll Ili more than nineteen cessation! of the full lustre of hit .......,
first lo the pale effulgence of Moonlight
dinner but writes his friends millions (in 1KH. ,
of the Seminole Indians. a long let. Jf'aAi"gtoll tHobr. and for a few Moments to that state of par-

tcr full of charactcrhitic wit, humor and Itlaf' Aor/utt /jJ ffof. 21. tial ark new in which the Stars become Yisi-

We have'been requested to re-publish au strong sense, and exhibiting in a very felicitous ARRIVAL OF TILE CONS'ItELLATIoN. ble. There was an obvious change In the

account of a rencontre, which U said to manner the worthlessness of the distinctions The U. S Frigate lbnstdlation; Capt. atmosphere, a slight chilliness succeeding
have lately taken place on the race course of READ, from the Melditerranean station to the mirMian warmth of a Summer day.
political life which ,
as thingsgo I came into To persons interested in the Eclipse, but
at Norfolk between Capt. NeWELL of the our Capes on Wednesday lasts
these "
in hurt)burly limes if not. gain- and, the weather being thick and boisterous unprovided with the necessary Instrument
Navy and Dr. PORL&ND, late Assistant! Surgeon ed without merit," are always in danger of nnchor*.! on the Middle Ground, until --' for observation and time, the following results

on board the M Lout! Many reasons being l lost without a trime." The following yesterday\ iiiorninc when she weighted I are submitted, and may he veiled on

for declining a compliance hh this is a paragraph of II llln\t'r. and mayer and stood Up to the bite of Cratu'y Island, : M correct.to They whom were such furnished Metteres a us r foistliar. by ftronUmnn -

request might be given, but one must suf 1 here she ill cane ancliori The Instrument used this
> e ns a specimen of the whole : on occasion
aloe Constellation left Mnhnn the 3dOcK .
nee. The stated do not come well were a direct Telescope of lye Jeet
facts Let us see w hat have been my oflcnccii. >lr, and Cibraltir the 13th ; and since
authenticated. This is a* good a time nil any for a plenary leaving the \\enteru: Inland has bad remarkably I focal length< a three feet Transit Instrument .
learing being condemned already, ft can bad -f'alllt'r (a fixture in the true meridian,) and
The Mobile Register, of the 2d inst con do harm an excellent Astronomical Clock running .
nobody an) to listen | and it may hetholrra! which hid prr aileM in Spain
help you, my good frit'ud*, to digest your during the "'Imml'r. reached Malion about on mean time. To determine the error or I
t disappointment n* well! as a speech and 8 the middle!eplciiibcr, al which tune tlte the Clock, the transit of the Star Menkarn 1
dinner. I am but and IlIdilflrt'lIt Constellation the Jaw of the Whale was observed the .
trencherman In thai and .
; between was
\ to construct a Rail Road |tort we regret -
a company and the meridian .
not much of wine preceding ruing, p. -
a bibber and no lo state the di:'eu.K broke out
this city find Columbus, Geo has among of the Sun Sunday 3Oihthe result I
hand to age on
treat sing or say my own praises hey nt'w. 'rom the til1lf' .hl' U. left .hull
passed the Sui rte of Alab:uni, having previously fou! will "spare mo the dinner and the until! she ha i 11 I.tin unit' dn) a in the Atlantic of both observations made the error of i
passed the House of Representatives. wine, I" ill struggle with the lesser infirmij the: clininm runiinued to prc8ill.the| he Clock 14 seconds slow of, Charleston
)' rather than become obnoxious: to theroerb number of i'ut during that time amountedto mean time. -
No doubt can be entertained that it b. s.
> against preaching in one's cups, I bctwicii mini)' amid n hundred, and the '
will the sanction of the Governorand of EclipM V aft .
receive and you can rend what Ilrue mosey at your number of death t" inuete-rn, including Beginning 'T\\ '
becom"o a I law Indeed, except: so fur leisure, ,ithout risk of a headache Only passed inidshipinan HoiuiiuG. Mvu of Beginning of' total. dark' I mean
as the interests of Mobile are concerned, favor me M far, ns to fancy it all said, at '.South Carolina the only officer who fell a liens 9 8 69V solar
Fn of total darkness 2 4111 time.
lie middle of a long table. towards the but victim to tlusfUdl disease. <
here is no imaginable reason whj' the lawmaking S894lj:' ,
mil of the second bottle This w ill test excuse The V s. hip JMavarr, {'.olD. PAT- Eclipse ended
power should hesitate one moment the egotism unavoidable: on such ocea I "UiON. was on the const of Syria, and was Shortly after the end of total darkness, a (
upon the measure ; but the Interests of Mobile alum*. Thus I shall bate had all the advantage : expected to lca\c Alexandria shortly for thin white cloud spread over the objects.. I
winch render he observation uncurtain
are not the interests of the IIl te. The us dinner I didn't cat, and you ''l\Iahon. touch in, at Tripoli and 'luais.
of a K.eeh dind'l hear. Neither of The wlir by one or two second*: ,
| you its l'tIIk, Lt. ( ol dt. PAII.DINU.
question with the people of the state was The Barometer stood all the tint at 9Q 3.
w ill be a hair the worse, Dud both w ill escape had arrived at Malta from Alexandria, anA
whether they should have but one market, part of the pleasant of our adMnane teas also ex|'ected Mahoit.. The [:uitttt'btatet The Thermometer before the Eclipse ,

for their productions, or whether they >'ou, thq suspicion <>f making merry Cap UALLARO, WIIII aISlllyrIlRIIYill' ( -) stood at 63 deg..and fell to 00 deg.

should have two. To say .nothing, therefore 10 hide your shag 'll nnd I, the ridicule convoy lo m're ham u,..!!CIII.! It was reported incidents
The I relate
by cor-
of getting/ a dinner iccon oie me for the ''that the U. N i.hip John Adam. following a \
of the uninterrupted facilities which a lollS eta seat." Capt Connor had passed! Gibraltar" tapondent of the Utchfleld .Enquirer, ,
Rail Road would afrrd, for the transportation 'up bt.un\I' proving that a rattle nake-can exercise the

of those productions to market. no The rotes on the re-election of ,Mi'. The Conxtcllaiiou brought over the faculty of rolttto after decapitation,. most,

doubt be entertained that the contemplated /roirn' of North Carolina, to the U. SSenate One marble tatiie f'mbl'lliatic-al of Peace pro\ a poser to l.'hrttlole fi.", inasmuchn
cad if the tale be true, (and who can doubt'i
intendei i
will great ,,'Ctc.-t.r Brown, 113,-Judge Ur. to ornament the Capitol | the of the midi
work be of advantage to a of the l'uitf'dSIll...... it 7) the brain,fs not organ i
Settle 60 blanks oed .scattering, 31. 1'hcy were t xe- The Halite Snake"tottgAto rfic."-
considerable portion at least the whole edtnitrahle
c'\led. it w ill b( ret'oil*'did, bthat
eastern part,.of the .state. ,Every bale of Jrown's majority over j Settle, 53,-over all artist Luis I'tKcuo, and are said lot I the Not rattlesnake.long since I was The reading writer a elated history it aa of a
others, 32 be t splendid c(>fc'iniriid of nlpture: As the' "
within 20 miles of the
cotton produced fact, that one stroke with a .
w ork of the artist is exliibitiil in it buck view ritlleagake .
road will be worth $2 more than ,at pres- Mr LVTU;, of Ohio (selected to fill the of the igurts! as w<11 ai in front, it m expi.ctrtt was sufficient to kill the largest t;
it is nut tetrotewtth *smau)<,stick
s ent, and the Increase in the;Value. of plan vacancy ocia-.io1ied by A rj*resignation! His that they will be' placed in tbe Hall ofi'yet will benumb soj one; they will lie and tremble'
-incalculable.. Our the HOD\ so of IYpr! <'xt'nlHliu'*, on eaih side '
tations would only majont} over Mason was about COMejars. for some time, and will neither run nor btye, : .
apprehension now in, that the enemies of of the Nijeakrfs' hair, and not in the vacant but after a u bile they will revjve, and some,
: Jour I'. KINa and ALFRED Cure- niches o. thu Kotunda, as has I Ixcnsurmi
bitten hours after ,bey were
the charter may have contrived, in its passage -' ed. M 'crlli'o has also executed a persons ; ,
tHT. were on Wednesday the 19th ult. dead. I well t memher'wht'n'
through the legislature, to clog It with Inn bust of (Jin. Jackson, w hick, also onboard rattlesnake '
t'lectcd'Iollalorll/ to Congress from this two men brought home a large |
the Conttdht'ion M, Prrvico
provisions which"will in practice, prove un- they took off his -head and secured that,
State the former M 0 the fourth tin; valuable '.
friendly to the'objcc.. of the institution. years from accoinpaniLii oe memorial and then took off his skin, and placed the
o f March.ncM and the latter to supply the of his genius to \\nnlnnRton:: whither live'' body in a suitable posture about 0 or 10 ,

Georgia and (he. Supreme Court Of the vacancy iasioned by the resignation or Constellation In ord,'ml' to covey themPeace o'clock In the morning t and about 1 o'clockP. :
b the '
is feinaw!
represented figure
United States, are again at loggermeads.Mr. .- JOHN FOBSYTII r the term expiring on the with the olive bruneh, &)4'. \V'ar, by a figure I M. they agreed' to divert themselvef old by
the remains of thj
irritating eerpent.
Justice Baldwin has issued a citation to 4.h of March, 1837. of Mars, copied from' the best model of the They persuaded a sap Input m hue. .
: -- -- ----- indents they are cut in the Carara marble young
cf ,
the her to anx'w {td that
state, calling on naked foot suddenly and firmly on the
A Pennsylvania nominates Georgihrtemtr ( ,
I paper of the finest '
tribunal for hiving caused a .person"whohad .: as a candidate for the United description iuak '* tail, and instantly the stump Of theerpcnt's
committed murder within the limits oi OF neck was brought directly tgainelihe
States Senate.Pretty man' leg, and it was then oboo'
the state to be tried and 'com'icted. Our Attached to the 11. 8. Ship Coiutrllatmn. served young that rattlesnake would show'signs

system of government is still,.in relation to I, gwxl.-A New-Bedford paper reGEORGe C. READ Kudd Koqr CommamlrrLteutrnanlt .i, nf life until a the sun had set. ., .
John Adam
George '
in the that there are no less than six Jack- ,
; of its details, to be regarded marking -
many .
i' *, Loyd U Newell, John T Jenkins,
light of an experiment, and the ground IOn candidates for the United States Sen- John A. Davis and George M llooe BIBNUIO or THE Hove or pA Mi ijrr--

r here assumed by"the Supremo Court is at ate (from Maine says it is thought that I If Acting .Matter-John P. Gillis. Between 6 and 7 o'clock on the evening of
t the 10th October, a fire burst em from one. ,
f. least debateable. Accordingly the state of' they were all to be elected they will hardly Surfffon- 1lorgan.J'urserJosiah Colston of tlrapprtmentscopntcedwiththsfouseof

Georgia has placed herself an attitude of make good the place of the incumbent Chaplain Walter Colton. Lords { the fire spread with;, fearful rapidily -

t resistance. The friends of nullification affect Webster out fur the' aJntinittratin IAn ":' Lieut of Marines-Francis Hall and soon consumed the, House of.
for triumph in Assistant lJl'rrJohnC.. Mercer and] Lords and Commons the Library of 1.b.1a.-,,
discover great cause
to Eastern mentions it as a singular -
paper Samuel C. Laurauon. ter many of the Committee Roam, the
the course which Georgia 'now finds ,it. fact' that the Iowa Webster in Massachusetts l'aitflMnLJiipmeii. '\.. Bleecki g Painted Chamber,,and a number of other,

necessary to pursue in order to preserve has elected for iu Representativeto and James R. Sully. O"'CI'II.The house of Mr Lay, lerkoI'.bo :

inviolate the rights and powers of the state, the Legislature a Jackson man by the Captain. Clerk William J. M Grcla,. i Commons and all the ,hapitaU ni airna-
led between the Lord' Joprnaj Omceand,
School Matter John J. Clare.MtdfAijtmen
is -
and to believe that in principle her case name of A. Jackton. -Thomas A. Judd, J. W. the Speaker's house with the ,greater' part .

the sauce with that which brought, into exIstence A manual labor school tinder the superIntendence D. Ford, Joshua Humphreys, Montfort H or he Speaker's house Itself were burnt.'

the nullifying doctrines ,.South Stokes, Joseph A Underwood, John O. The conflagration ultimately extended.aAround ,
Carolina. But the cases are clearly, die of the Rev. C. P. Beman is to I IWilbon, Louis C. Sartorl!, Richard M. the new,front building of the Lorda. \

tinguishable. In the one ,case the state go Into operation near MilledgeviUe, In Harvey Henry 11. Lewis J. K. M. Mul- utterly consuming the rooms' of the. Lord
of Richard H. Tra- Chancellor; Mr, .Courther, and the olheg'aScsa
w she Georgia,,pn the first January next. f lany, William R. Postillj
throws herself into the arena iere
pier Edward T bhtibrick, J.mesCo Williamson ranain round to Hay's Coffee Iroase-
ha* no'right, and in the other the state is Premium upon Temperance.-The Baltimore ; Geo \Vickhain' rabius Stanley, Belles k.1Cchen.o4 molds are gestt0 r".

wrongfully (as is contended, and with Insurance Company has resolved to, Boattvain-William llrown. er Hall is saved{ aw) the povrta '
I Crow. of Law have,escaped, thoogh their.rpbfs
much reason) dragged before tbe'Supreme deduct 5 per: cent on the net premium Sail Acting Mal"Denjamlll Cs enter-Frances SageeO'u were stripped, off and water poured in'

z Court. South Carolina in her political character which may be taken, hereafter on all toy- >m,/>--Henry Keeling.J'untn the engines. WestminsterAbbey WM untouched -'

undertook tq declare an act of congress 'erminatiniwithout loss, provided no Clfrk-\illiam Bachelor. the wind having from the
unconstitutional and to resist it- board H. W. and West.. Great exertion wer
ardent spirits Jiafe been used on by
Louis Persico l> of mad! to preae"e papers,, reccna, .1IGob
Ptutenferi- jr
Georgia, through her judiciary.has; pronounced r I officers and crew, during the voyage.Btenor Washington and Julius Dernoulki, Csqr. from the UbrarieiJ I but ad tet'11 lamas- .

the doom of the shedder of human I I 1 EJIIOLAKD.-On the 19th oiL in ofPoladd.CFFiCIAI. isle to say what le tleexteulv4tbedataagS.The -"
blood one who had violated her laws,
and one of the branches of the Philadelphia, this gentleman delivered In *-Drvartment efBtatl.WAXMIMOTO Chinese Ladf 'exhtMlltfa'' fie. rtVw
thereupon ',St. John's Church the first of a series of discourses l I *. 31st Nov 1**4.- York U said to be nineteen year of age; ..
general government calls>> on her to answer on the Catholic Religion. He is re.1 loformation has lieen received from the four feet ten jnrhee inheif 1 h and bet teats.'

for what' she conceives she bada perfect have made Impression United States Consulate at Gualaloap, Including her shoe*, but Jbvr toefeee loa,.
a powerful
presented to
right to dos It is no more than respectfulto under date of die 13th ult. that a, Precis/, She were iron ,,,Oft_MM An fen Years .
that the Supreme Court has on the minds of his hearers, "who were matlon has been tainted Ut the Lleuirnant of her life, 'accord* W the emt eY It er

suppose for thus of religious denominations. I I Governor of the Island of Dominica, authoricing country,, A large sum of ':m J4a1'
authority ttn& "
some warrant, some w"IIbe'orla MMte
the Importation, in"that stead, ? '
dragging a state government before it; but Mr. Livingston? our Minister to the...in vessels
where that authority is to be found, whether Court of France, a/rived in Paris qn the free, of the following article, the growth, She I* attended by Cajne 11,' wtopeali '

in the constitution, acts of Congress, or nth of Oct. It was reported that )lr. L. produce, or manufacture of any .tyrego. the Eegbsh for wl1l1l1e111114.r.we"the 'pie Haw***': :in.aDd
: eonpaftrV
rule of the Court we know not.. It may was authorised by the American'government country of whatever all descriptions that is ,to staves say of>au r. 'drod*have already vWled her In New-Yoit' I

be that it is necessary to the/arm* of Law to reduce its claims by one-third. The .description shingles pitch, white, and yellow pine f 'jt' I

that Georgia. made a party in court. A Paris Constitutional, however, of the 14th lumber and lumber of all ether kinds, toads Top boot" ire again eomuf. bib'-fllihfcmvo .* ,." ," .

different> { nod of proceeding might then Oct. states that it has been authorised J>yl' hoops beef pork, and every spec:,'!! of _the. British.metropoJi* .,' : ,

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is hereby given, that AHDE NOTICE.
hlo and Susquehanna river | but which of our are NOTICE i ill appointed Agent for AT the next' Term attire Honourable the
& one .
PENSACOLA GAZETTE her Naieieordo&I not of the plank*ail ark of Die BANS or:PEJMACOUA, ai Apalacbicola zJL County Court of Eocambia County,
boat-boat did MT, and sale of hills of Exchange to be held at tho City of Pensacola
of ckawanna.. On Tuesday for the purchase on the
1iBER 13 18.34.The Jesse Chrtsnan ,
on '
the collections
** i and crew left the sunny sum and to attend to first Monday o April next, shall apply
GAZSTT will be issued every Saturday our boat Allegheny and smoothly glided account of the Dank of Pensacol All for the settlement of my account at the
in advance mit of the Notes -Dills coming due Executrix of JOHN DE LA RUA
having or deceased
Evening, at 83 60 per annum, iron to Johnstown, astonishing persons : -
down way
94 payaye at the end of six: months, her -She'wa safely deposited at Apalaebicola, or Columbus In Georgia, and nun to be finally discharged'
of the the natives: at Dank In Georgia, can MARGARITA DE LA RCA
or W payable at the expiration year In her element lifthe basin at'Johns or payabio any ,
at the option of the subscriber. own the same amidst the hate them collected at the lowest rates by Oct. 10, 183316m }:J.'x,
of town, on evenln't order of the
ADVIRTMCMENT inserted at the rate of the tnens, after the Bank.nf.Pensacola. By y
one dollar for every-fourteen line(or less,) plaudit tttablishiug Chrisraan's claim Board of Director NOTICE.LETTERS ,

for the first, and fifty cents for every con- to completely rank second to the ancient Patriarch, JAMES: CATLIN, Cashier.. of Administration on the ('s-
tinuou subsequent insertion. whose ark once rtsted on the heights of Ar- Nov 20th, 1834. Dr. JOS. HUTCHINS, des
.._ rarat. [P. Gat. The Bank will also collect Lank NOTEStlULLS of ceased! have been granted to the undersigned .
&e. payable at the Stale
.t'OI1IrJ1Y.BENEVOLENT I rerron'llndr'ltcd to the estate
THE CHANDLER'S WIFE.. Alabama or any of its Branches, also on >'%ill make immediate payment and those

SOCIETlTiTli We ha e heard many a joke related of all the"pyncipal cities and tow 3 n. throughout 37 having claims against the estate will pre.
foll.wi |bMitifal'" .ppropniU HIM*, Irishmen, and in fact the whole field of the United\ tatel._ tent them properly authenticate! and w ah-
ubI H. T. T ck.nn.n, .rU W com to thee, F.the,1oo1l! Jaws ft.m above. sionally interspersed with some flashes! of DRUG and MEDICINESTOREI OEO. F. BALTZELL, Adm.
Tabs thy bl. wio|-may tr.n jtlieu this p.'p.r Irish wit; but lest the Irish women mightbe I J. fitted up in the red building October 28, 1834. No. 34 \
l.v.t I below specimenof
give a
.f feet an.,. thought dull, opposite the Public Square, where at tell
Axl lb spirit J rat ttr mny A chandler' wife was in the TJF
from Uw path of the world to UM bom *f th* their to Dublin from a I times may l*' found ft. general assortmentof
habit of going ,
tallow but on one
to buy ,
country and DIE STUFFS. pursuance of law, I, ANDREW
found that the of the ar- Iy
Om Olivet's L U, would the cinUn on* kneel, occasion the price Lien, JACKSON, President of the tuned
.... bi..i...dd rutaati article had increased considerably sinceherlutvfeit.
AI Pubs bnabdr TONIC BITTERS. with Dr. A. Cortil- States of America do declare
hereby and
that mUvw b. She inquired the cause, and
lahUcaui, l oar epee, m'y : MIXTURE for that
lie's COMPOUND make known that Public Sales will be held
N Lik. the sunlight *f mora oa a ihadvwy tea.A was told bv the merchant, that it was occa- '
dear air theex lot- loathsome plague the Fever and Ague, at the following Land CC.ccs in the 7 crri-
io.ncdbytb.ewar. My ,
*tho "load ean b.t eirtai* th.orb.th.* enfold, med I then they are now going. to warranted to tflV'ct a cure or the money re- tory of Florida, at the periods designated
1 80 tkoiUi oI'lh. soul may w. f".dlr behold suppose lunipJ. 'lite Establishment is in charge ofa (or the sale of the undermentioi lui:dn.,
Mid th. "Ilk.*.. of Waal and the temp**. orLo.i fight by candle-light. skilful Apothecary, and we hope by un- to wit:

10. rt-tuiitcd attention to business, to gain a At the Land Office at Tallahassee
sick on
la IsiM withia.Era Madame de F. the w ife of a son a
bu sing yet qaenchlens ,
manufacturer, accustomed: to shoot at share of public putronage the Finn, MniuJay in Ucccmler nut, for
the i i.I,1It I In the noontide of lib, her country neat in the environs of Pan JOHN A. HALL & CO. the disposal of the public lands within the

While "Ith..m. BB"' OMI witb its burden and A few mornings ago, die took her gun and Nov.- --29- _______ _:No_ 38_____ undermentioned townships, and fractionaltow
rtrif, went into the park, to take AS it way To *\\\\\\{ \'K. nshilifl to w it :
Mr w. ....... O!our Father, the nvenly lore, supposed, the pleasure of sporting, but after North of die base line, and West of the
That by ling for other., thjnelf. wo ador. loading the piece, she fired the.contents Just o rrctlteil_ per tSchr. Elizabeth from meridian :
into her and instantly expi..t.'t\\ l/aratut, Township 1 of range 5.
own body, |
MOUNTAIN 8..ILI"0.-011 Monday lust,the The cause of this desperate act i i. said to 10 fffOF the best'uelta Abajo Townships i and 2, of range 8.
Inhabitants of Holhdaysburg were permitted be vexation at hauifg no children, her SPANISH EGARS, for Townships 1 nnd2, of ranges9, 10 II,
to witness a novelty in the tide of emigration husband having frequently expressed his sale for ca h. Apply to 12, 13 and 14.'fownsltip .
which the completion of the grand I mortification at the circumstance. ; I'. DE LA RUA. 1,.of range 15.
chain of internal improvement has caused Nov.. 22 -No. 37 Township 1, of range 10.
to flow through this channel, and by which AN EXCEPTION TO 'A GC1FBAL RCLP.- -- .\ i V vTi G i\ris OFFICE;> Township 1, of range 28.
the Mississippi and Delaware have been I "Broad is the road that leadl'th to destruction Prnsicola, Dec. 4th, 1834. $ Fractional township 1, and tow ntlnp 0,
made, a* it were, to unite their waters, and : ," said a moralizer, the other day. SEALED I'roVOtla1s"m be rcccned at of range' 9.
which ha opened a new field in which to Not always,"said the person Irecied. until It o'clock M on 21th Townships 1, 2, 4 and 5, of range 30.
display thaever "arylng and never tiring, "Not always!" exclaimed the mor.tlizer"not hist for supplying the West indm bound-<< Townships, 3. 4 and 5, of range 31.
and: most universally successful native talent -, always, sir?" ron, vessels in ordinary and tin! Navy hard: North of the base line, nerd East of the me-
for developing the undiscovered resources MI know of one exception.. near this pllce.I Ith HIEhH BFEF andVEGETAL2LESt ridian:
of this great and growing country.A What's that I should like to know and for supplying the Township 2 of range 13.Townships .
genlleinnn of the name of Jesse Chris- "Theatre Alley-UK so narrow that two Natal Hospital! ncarthcejfavy lard. with I i and 2, (,t range 14 \
man, from Lackawanna, a tributary of thenorth aldermen can scarcely paIlS each uthcr.I ."- fresh Beer, Vegetablesofl Dread and South of the base line, and East: of the meridian
branch of the Susquehanna river, em- ff. Y. Tianicnpt. Milk for the ensuring year. The articles above ; :
barked himself and family, in all consistingof ___ enumerated, must be>of the best quality That part of town>hii.41, situated North
eleven persons,together with the necessary I SZJ1JZ3J1II.5\13fU13NlS.! the market will afford, and delivered on and \\estof Suwannee river,of range I 14.
requisites for the comfort of a family, board of vessels afloat, and at the other At the Hime place, in continuation urn-
to wit: beds, tables, chairs, stoves, cooking To Country Merchants and places designated, in such quantities as maybe mencing on the Third Monday in l)<'cnn-
utensils poultry pigeons, Ac. &c. on 0ThI ERS.TIIE required from time to time. It is! understood her nest for the disposal of the public
board a canal boat of me following dimensions undersigned hating jut received\ thai the contracts must be approvedby lands within the limits of the undermen
: 29 feet longVaml 7 feet wide, on General Assortment! of GROCE- the Commandant of the Navy )ard. tioned townships, and fractional townships,
t which he proceed down the north branch RIES, offer them for sale at Wholesale or \ WILLIS, to wit :
Canal }o tho junction of the Juniata division Retail, at the store formerly occupied by ._ Navy Agent. : South of the baseline, and West of the meridian
of the Peneylvnma canal and up the latterto papt. 'orayth. N. B.-Person* disposed to contract arc :
' .Ifollidavsburg where he intended tow GEO. WILLIS & CO. requested to slue, in a sin git bid, the Lowest Fractional township 1, of range 8.
dispose of his boat, and proceed by way of for fresh Beef Vegetables 1 2 3 4 9 6 and 7 of
, Dec. 0, 183&. No. 39. price, per pound Townships ,
division I
the rail road and western
Portage and soft Bread, and per gallon for range 0.
of our canal to Pittsburgh, on his way to Taken No. 39NOTICE
\\\ Milk. I TownahipsI,2,3,4,5,6,7,8and9, i
the town of Hennepin, In the State of Illinois
of fifteen hundred miles from committed to prison on is! hereby given to the Stock- of range 10.
I whence, upward he embarked now tamed inst. a negro fellow of the Dank of Peiuacola, Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, 8, a and
,on the( waters -
of the LAnd himself MARTIN; he tint; an Election for DIRECTORS will 10 of range 11.
n Here It was Susquehanna.suggested to Mr. ChrUman, 29 year of age, Vix take place at the Bunking House t'llIlu first Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 0, 7, 8 and 9,
by our friend John Dougherty, proprietor stout built, has the :Monday of January next at 4 o'cUxk, P.M. of range 1.2.Townships.
t of the Reliance transportation line, that it first joint of the forefinger of his right hand Dy order, 1,2,3, 4, 5 and 6, of range 13.
would be practicable to pa.. the bout, together cut off; ha on a fur hat, dark casmett JAMES CATLIN, Cashier Townships 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, of range 14
J with the family and cargo, over the round about and pantaloons. Say he belongs Dec. 9lh, 1834 ___3 No. 39 Township 1, and fractional townships,
, towering heights of the Allegheny mountain to William Smith commonly called Laurence !Milluudon ) THIS suit has 3and4, of range 19.
I and safely to land the same in the ba4 ekes of Huntsv tile, in what'81ate ,'s. I,instituted in the Su- Township 1', and fractional township 2,
he not know, but it is supposed to be of range 16.
' 110a.Johnstown whence they might proceed John Ollie Exr. of J. Court, Es-
in the (Male of Tennessee he At the Land Office at St. on
Louis I :: ; that rana- deceased.j J Augustine,
, by water to St. Cliabcaud, cambia County, by
way from a plantation on the Alabama I the Second Moid ay in December tiers, for
Mr Dougherty accordingly prepared a I attachment. The defendant Is required to
Cahawba and of the lands within the
River between Selma. The the public
rail road car, calculated to bear the novel appear and plead at the November Term,
burthen. The boat wu taken from it.proper owner is requested to come forward, prove 1834. 80 Oct. 4, 1831. limits of the undermentioned townships,
element and placed on wheels, and, by property and take him away. and fractional townships, to wit: ,
the superintendence of Major C. Williams JOHN GONZALEZ, C. M. Bank; of Florida, ) TI iM suit has been North of the base line, and Cast of the meridian I

who politely offered htservice to play captain No!. 19, 1834. No. 30 TS. > commenced by writ of, : ,
) of rail road car and canal boats, (and Samuel Fry. ) attachment, returnableto Fractional townships 1, 2, 8, 4 and 9,
who, be It remembered, was the fiast aan NOTICED: the next term of the Superior Court for I)East of St. Marv river,) of range 23. ,

who ran"a'boat over the Allegheny moun- SIX week after date, I will apply( to EseoBihia County: The defendant is required Townships 1,2,3,4, and Fractional township t
tain) at twelve o'clock, on the same day, the lion the Judge of the County to appear and plead to the declaration. 9, of range 24. t
y the boat and cargo, together with the de- Court of Escambia, for Letter of Admmis- No. 27 Sept. 13 I Township 1, 2nnd 3, of range 25.
lighted family, began their progress over Lion on the estate of GEORGE GRAHAM, Margarita De La Rua j.\: --- Township 1, of range 26.
the ragged Allegheny. It was pleading to deceased. RICHARD .W OODS. vs. 't.l----I Fractional townships 1, 2, 3 and 4, cf

sec the comfort and convenience that the Nov. 10, 1834. No. 38. Samuel M. Smyth.THIS range 27.
ingenuity of man has added to the journey suit lit)'* been commenced by writ Fractional: townships! ,1, 3 and 3, of
oft emigrant The whole family were Ylour. attachment, rHunmble to the next range 28.
comfortably located In the cabin of the boat, Just arriredand landing from the tckr, term of the Superior CPU.I for 1'scanib.ia I Fractional townships 1,2 and 3, of range

.which appeared: to glide up they height of Charlotte, County. The defendant is required to ap- 29.
the AJleghenlw, unconscious of its being a 100 BBLS. fresh FLOUR and 29 pear and plead to the declaration. South of the base line, and East of the me-
Sat out of water, whilst some of the family kegs first quality LAUD, cheap I Sept. 13 No. 27 ridian :
were preparing the coming meal, other for i That part of township 11. (East of the
were lying on their downy pillow occasionally cash.JOIN A. HALL" CO. I INo" For Se..s Suwannee river,) of range 14.
arvav4 fcy the hissing vt the steam 19 .. .No. 36 I The three STORY -BRICK Townships, 11 and 12, of range 15.
from the engine at the head of the Inclined .. BUILDING, at the. corner of Townships 10, 11 and 12, of range 16
Plane, but they were not to be stopped by Notice. ", Palafox and Romana streets, Townships 10, 11, 12 and 18,of range 11.1'owDlhip.8 .
this towing of the puffing auditory, but now occupeid as the Pcnsacola, 7 and 13 cf range 18.
ca .Unue to ascend the proud eminence House. Terms will be made easy to suit Townships II, 6, 7, 8, 9 do 13=* of range 19.
w!}hb: the projection of ingenuity was destined .4w w purchasers. WILLIAM'A. DELL. Townships 1, 2. 3, 9, 6, 7, 8 and 13, of
1 to attain. 4 20. .
Sept. 13 No. 27Distrust range!
And now, you may see her safely retting Townships, 2, a, 6,7and 8. oCranfe21.
oa the summit of the Allegheny mountain THE Subscriber would inform his en- of West Florida, That portion of township 1 South of St.

-:night ha overtaken them and there and friend generally, that he SUPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA.At Mary's river, and township .2, 8, 4, 9, 0
they await the coming morn A* they, ha established himself in the SIIOE BUSINESS Chamber, Auputt &\ .183&. 7 and 8, of range 22. -
commenced descending into the valley of in Penaacola, and has removed from I George Knight complainant, That portion of township.1 East of St.
Mississippi, which opens iti.extended lap to the old bland of Deering& Leveit to Dyik; v*. I In Chance- Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, 4, 6, 6,
receive all that may wish to enter,anther* Building1 where he intend keeping good The heir of Jose Antonio Mi f ry. 7-and 8, of range 23. .
i* no,trivial vale, but a wide and far spread and extensive assortment of BOOTS, rails, deceased defendant's.] Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, e, 7 and 8, of
country , breadthIIow great the stretch o f'imagvn- for Ladies, Gentlemen, Mute. Muter and Court, that the defendant' in the above Townships I, '2, 4t, 6, 7 and 8, of
atb(1'tIquired, ) comprehend the almost Children Which will be sold at the general named case do not reside in Florida, range 25.Fractional.
bevndtaa prospect.-Ou the top of the great New-York- price by the Package, atngledozeto but in the Island of Cuba. On motion of township I, of range of 29
mountain the boat some may appear or Pairs; eighty Travelling Trunk the corapUinanl's Soliciar, it I* ordered Each sale will be kept open for two
amall aCair, but greatness U relatl,.. We and Case, containing% Thousand Pairs' that publication be made in the newspaper weeks, and the land served by law for
do not wish to compare It to the vast castles more or lee*, 'now on hand,'consisting of prmted4t Pentjtcola, one* a month for the the use of schools, or for other purposes
that float on the ocean. Compare them almost every article usually kept in Shoe space Of six months, that unless the de-. will be excluded from sales _
to the ocean, and they sink Into insignificance. stores at the North, from a French Slipper to fendant' within six month answer the Given under.my hand at the City of Washington -
'a Compare our boat to the stream coarse Brogan.- Purchaser of the above complainant' Bill, the same will be taken this seventh day of July, A. I).
over which the.now preside, and she rise article are respectfully invited to call and pro confesso, and the matter thereof decreed 1& ANDREWJACKBOB .
in the seal. examine the Stock and Price for .hem- accordingly, (Test) _the President ..
How great she appear when compared eel,... I JOSEPH 8. L1 VETT. GEORGE F. BALTZELL, Cler '. ELIJAH HATWMO, .
lathe stream from whence merge the O- Petuacola Nov. 19, 1834. No. 36 Pensacoja, August 29th, H&J. 23I Commissioner of tAe General Land Offic"I I


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