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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: December 20, 1834
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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CW.tD E' 1Jl3NNQ. %. ''I'word grazed- thil cuirass-Lydon's breast -show utrs fell now frequently! though not I'watilng,, tilt, Mat bVA8the: wbdInVs Intba
was ex po.ed ; tUeHorauhplungedliUmordthrough ",,'thf/ouI'r' ,rxtlnguishlBgthellghtswklchtJinw tr* tithe,"darkMMitaf Urn atmeephtre ,
-- Bmalwer'i I the joints of the armor, not meanings e| to each band the death-kHe face of and the Deoce of 4eatheil. vMhe scene.Tns .
List Extract. from new no\.I, the" howorer. to inflict A deep wound. 1I ,)'- the otter. and hurrying all to seek refuge I ::' ....-.-, .-."
flays of Pompeii I I don, wr.ik and exhausted fell font ard-fcJJ bonenti the nearest shelter. The w hole el- .Favoas'rr fir... m*'IIA.'ne a. atnertts
CbnitaJ I'M Me C tuie.-W hate only iooWre right on the point 'it and onentiof ) .
; passed through cit ilixauon/ 'wire broken up. Ev.rf of tire .erafBo are-
that both Iho combatant hate through, even hI' the back! Enmolpus and,anon, by the flickering lights, you n always, howuter.;of,joafse'pportion
been
but victorious' in one species of.combat, drew forth his blade j Lj don mill made nil Mw'tle (' hastening by ''the most so-'f Its the wealth of life arutee) and the, fator
and that L>don U young and unpractised, cflbtt to regain b.1311t'o-hi sword left hfnn i uihorliie( << of the law,laden with and I' ite object of bill .......exhibit the dignity -.
only stimulated by the hope that the hwftraup-lie Ilrl1ek.hanlrally at the flint !ly chuckling llJ1e produce of het.stklek *. and enjoy*thsjprivUefef of e queen,
prize will buy his (father' freedom. gladiator! wittt his naked handun4 fell prostrate IlIln. If, in the daftness, wife though of a 4).een-ta eftfWfcrjr..*While her .
Throughout that mighty assembly. there on the arena M'itli one accord Kdi- WM crated from husband;or parent from beauty last*,.eci-ftequently regarded,
now rand universal.movement, the people tor and assembly made the signal of mercy,, r"IMalA was the,hope of if-unloh. Each with a fatUatg e aeetajnoiiMamg to.idolatry
breathed more freely, unJ rrsotucd. -the officer of tue arena arpn)8rhtd-thC'y h rri I blindly and confusedly on.-Nothfiif but when thartSautWpassesi avarajythe. '
themselves: in their seit*. A grateful shower took; cfflhj helmet nf the vauotiiahed. He n all the varjou and complicated, warmth i,t;lo aubsHevbar.peteon; : n*.i
wai east over every ,row, from I ho concealed null breathed | his eyes tolled fiercely on of social life wa fen, save tho longer eh'r'fII8i'1Wt *t ic!* eeaeea 'to 'ihsphre I' .-
con pleasure they talked over the late spectacleof his calling ulsinl from his !gaze, and lowered thttfc*'ful scene did the Athen- tones becomingi" a 11 iliibtO'iaemfltiak. of
blood. Lumoplu removed liU helmet : upon tin bnv ilnikemtl' already with I 1-in Wade I his way, accompanied J> 'bate the iMtU -)Nitbet, .T\I' sefla,Dot bet lute
and wiped; his br \\'s; hi. clone) curled h.i'r' the itiaJo. tlf tluuth a then with n convulsive.projti and \he blind girl.-Suddenly a rush ofhun- are how beard wlw *>l and short beard, hid noble Konitu: featurr ,wl'h: a Imlf start, he lifted his eyenlubo dyed\ in their path to the seek swept' by I Ithene. beauiMul4maf!rr<' Of '.the- rsian' poet,*
and bright dark eye, attracted the general: *'e. They retted nut on the FAlterno'! / Nydia was torn front'the side, ofGlatrciwr \\'b... the roii 'wkber; ,the bower
admirauon.-He was fresh, unbounded, oit the pit}'tug J>ro\vs of his relenting jndg- j who, with lone, was borne rapidly lose It* awtetMA&f,!ea hatcnoJongtr. that
unfat gutd. Time .+;Jile paused! and proclaimed d. lie x'i\\' thMn not t they were IM If tho I snwardt! and when the crowd (whose tale uotbe'f \bfla ti.pJ ,',.',The faveriied ,.
aloud that, as Niger's wound disabled vast: space u M desolate and bare I one pale'' force they saw not, so thick was the gloom) h "mi'WlI&qJ she't' ntl bet.sseen.m
him from ag,tin entering: iho arena, nt ui/ing r.te'a.. all he rec'opiled | one we'e gone, Nydia was still separated from Lydon wa to be the successor to the slaughtered cry eta broken heart was all that amfdxtj 1 the.r side; Glances shouted her lltM. with Sovereign tespect throutkeot;tbD has
NemplmiH and the new roinlmlrut cite inuriner and the shout of the popu- No: answer'fme. They retraced theft :rem, ftiietiiMkeavber, | h\en..bfJ1oob.,
of EU loplt's.-' yes, 1.\'don,' added he, if /Jrtce, witched hit: car. The r'rocity'an- Ktejs-In vain they could not discover the monu piece., *tddeX with gems,' uori
thou would decline the combat: with one Wicd from his brow ; a soft' A tend r'' expression her-it wasci idenl that she had swept 'enjoys, the'freah nornlnt b...... under II'
sd brave and tried, thou l miyest: hate full of sanctifying but despairing filial along some opposite' direction by the human I .9gvrden'. the
liberty to do no. Emnoplu Is not the antagonist t lone played: over his features-pbjedwaned current Their friend, their preserver ...*!*.only, se.
that: weal originally decreed for thee. -darkeif-d! KM facb suddenly became ,'was fact And hitherto Njdiahad 'prail4aho.n*of person and '
'Thou knowciit ben how far thou canal cope locked' and: rigid, resuming its former been.their guide.' Her blindt rm with him. If thou failed thy doom is honorable ftol'eCIIl'ltII. 1 l/e fell upon the earth. Look htt erne the fttitt familiar Acrnstomed I \' emhrftidervd.car-
death; if thou conqucrest. out of my to him,'.nail jhe Cdile, 'he has done hj s through a perpetual night to thread 118"froni the OK>*V eetehrated loon of lrsia. ., i
own puree I will double the stipulated prize- dUlY j' the windings( of the gay, she led them unerringly 'Thrsgh'aaisltle.pMsts.of tilt/ rtd1-
The people shouted' pplaueTLydou' stood The following part of the descriptionof toward the sea-shore. by which est oeshe bvejMi.th holoest t per*
la the Iwts-he gazed around ;.high abot c, awful concluding scene. they had received to. hwP\.aQ escape. "fume tAnWsj: UMLfHH 3VM*.** every.
he behehi the pale face, the straining eyes The cloud hieh had scattered so deep a Now, which way could .ihey wend all thing around b.r,4b t semi> admiaiater: \ aamsaaldMisX ,
of hit father. lie turned away Irresolute ,murkiness' over thetlny had now settled into wan rarltH .IMi'...aerally.anunhappy
for a moment. Not ,he' conquest of the a solid and ngencjrable: raa It ws clew. Wearied: despondent, bewildered, : beinfr:vRiia'dveltoin the:tuldst-.
ccstuswasnot sufficient-he lul not yet mbled less even the thickest gloom of a they however panned the ashes falling of splendid misery and _
won the pric*of victory-hU father w'as sUllu ,,night in the open air than the close and upon their along me fragmentary cbe!'.-iahinettwhlmtq IvRftif lteeeso1Mstand
slave l "'Noble adder he replied, in a blind d..tkn, oT some narrow room. put, stones dashed'up in sparkle ,before their bcpetewnB**...: IlerNsylkpVhieaaro'either ,
firm and deep ton.e. shrink not frojn the in proportion the blacknene gathereddid feet. i warned or stilled fber hurtle Wight..
combat For the honor of Pompeii, I de- the lightning around Ynuviu Increase in "Ala"I alas!r' murmured lone, Ml can .ed amber mirfttdrt raded. ,>flM case e1,
mand that OM tramod by Its long-celebr their \i\id and scorching gla're. Nor was go no further; my step sink among the join In the 'enUHwloA :'of.the UOmlublo'
ted J.ani"I. shall do battle with lhi. Ho- their horrible lllllY confined to the usual scorching inder*.. Fly, dearest beloved ,ilafis, Tluf breeM' 'DC'...,WIItem. laJo.tI +
man !T The people theold: world,
Crc-Four to one against (.ya"l\ !I' And varying and prodigal die*. Now brightly Hush, my bethtotedl my btWffl: l Dean will again\ be sUongj )but T>ai tel hlattheMasena as '
jniodius to Lepi.lu 'I would not take trine as the moat sir re dl'pthof a southern with thee Is sweeter than life wUhontihceT return in. haKM|,'..fbafmfeepUvitf .
twenty to noel Why, Kumolpus fo a very'1 sky-novrof* livid and snake like green, Yet whither,:OI I whither oas we direct ourselves and fetUlbwr!*.' Weetera...aAbrssobe .
Achifferf, awl this poor fellow is but a tytvd' darting restlessly to and fro as the Colds of tlupughtbs gloom? Arrcaay It *mot upon her MtMflt' frB bn**.-
Kumolpus gazed hard on the free of (.y-t i an enormous ser)>cnt-now of a lurid and seems that we hare,mail* but circlayiand of, freedom. or.of J '
don ; hesmilM ; yet time! IIIIIII// was followed -,, intolerable crimson, l\Itbinglo\h Jhroughtho ,are la the very, _spot :Athich we quitted an > ,. : ,,
t>v a slight and scarce. audIble nigh-a columns of smokes, fur and wide, and hour ago." -- M tlr' a. W.4
touch ofo tupuwlonateemotioqwhicheus-' lightning up the .Mholocity from arch to I "O gods I you rock-gee, it hath rivea copy the following alt .-em'1.AItMt' .
tom conquered) the moment time heirt ac arch-tjuou kuddenly dying" n sickly the roof before us., It..1t.obeatpyto'tusjve j froco tb4V Kingston s t+
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knowledged ib :Andnew both elad in complet paleness I like fTrgho or Its own life r through Atit streets I t" armor, the .word drawn HIP t inr In the pauie of 1M drawers ,'0\&.beard "Itle.eedlightningt 6eeloue-seethe! wine merch.ants. in Londqya. ,: n"hew'
closed the two last combatants of, tli ; am '- the rumljllnar! of the earth bencallH'and the portico of the Temple of Fortune,i* before posesion a hogshead"MUfnaf which
n, (ere man, at lens,, when matched with 'groaning wave of the,tortured spa ;or low ''''.' Let vs b?'ut.) stood opposed to each: other. It was er st Jl, and 8'idible but to the watch of in- U* from (he shower I" doe fit for sale. TJ, I .
just aOhls tlmo that a letter was dditered tcnacit fear, the grinding sail hissing mur II* caught his beloved In: Lin antes, and used to ,refine 'wine! ha4beMw'nrotlM.Ho
to the Prayetor by one of the attendants of mur 'of the .escjpiug gases: through the with d1 ic\lhy'.OO labor ;gained thetemple. but without SUCOCM; and u a last r Oare.,'
the arena; he removed the cincture-glanced chasms: of the' distant mountain, Sometime lie bore her to the.remoter.and the principals dellmt'thelnet1n man Io'
over it for a mnnunt-his countenance the cloud appeared to break ,from, lu more.sheltered) part of the Dortieo and have .U racked-eff' into bottles KThO order:
Betrayed cut and embarrassment. He solid mass, and by the lightning, to as- leaned over her, that be might "ah'eW her was Immediately put Into esee utiont'and a
r.-read the Setter, and then fluttering- same qu unt and vtst mimicries human wbh bin own fprnr,from ftp lightning and man was set to, rack off the' -"'tne.) whilst.
''Tush it Is imposdble-the I man roust"be, orof monster -shapes, striding across the eJMwefl-1'he! beauty, and the uncle the rest were busied tip ,ttalrs. }'. ''whe'
drunk, even in the morning, to dream of gloom, hustling one upon the other, and fi.h push folliesthrew! it carelessly aside,and vanishing swiftly into the turbulent abyss time"wb : work, but bad nof filled above a doren1 I
gravely settled himself once-more in the attitude of ,shade so that, to tho eyes and fancies of ; U tlterSsaid! thctremMlo..taet; bottle when lit rQr and the eock"suddenly
of attention the portfl. The interest -, the Affrighted wanderers, the unsubstantial hoV jw yoke of one who had preceded ceasod ruunlngA The'eoclui used for raeb
of the public was wound up>> very high.'1 apours were a* the bodily forms of gigantic them in'thcjr place of refsge1 L"yet what !Inn are vary large and the m..1bouht to
E at flint won.their favor; but foes-tha agents of terror and of death. matters I the crush of the ruined world forbid -, remove obstruction with,'bfs' finger 1
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the gallantry of Lydon and his,well timed i I The ashes in many place were already tq fas friend or foe*.**; '" with which he drew out the cause of stoppage
i : allusion the honor of Uw Pomp ial1 Laiflita bet deep and the boiling showers which ,Jibe turned .kt the' sound; of the voice, ;.but wbal WM hi* *urprle4n4 .horror-
i ,' had afterwa ..Is,given to ;he fcrtter pre- came (corn the steaming breath of the volcano and.; with a faint shriek,' cowered again benean ,when, on looking ailt, be titers It to be apiece
fereneeTh their eyes MIolla. old fellow !1' forced their way into the houses,bear- the Arm pf plauco t and looking I obumaa bcalp, with tItd lain 'IUD.
f' raid'Medon's neighbor to him. "' Your son I lug with them a strong and suffocating ta- I inUe' direction: or?the volc< beheld 4he' clinging ,to 1U Those wko-hive1 peeks .h|a
, .itf hardly matched ; bat,' never'fear,. ne.!. --i\ pour .ld.smna place immense fragment cause of ber -alarm. Through the darkness spacious winVcelJar; Tannvt h .* fkiledko.
t itor will not permit him to be ulsin-no, nor i ia i of rock burled upon Nee bo .-roof., bore glared' forth two burning eye*-the :notice the idlsoel appearano/ef(h* plaee,1 1
} the people neither he has behaved too' down along the street masses of confused lighMnft flushed and lingered athwart the to which the faint fight tend.*|IIUoiial ff-Ifed.
tiravelyTor that, flat that ,was a home ruin, which yet more and more, with every temple and Ol ,",u" with'a shudder,perr The poor fellow Who'badvmdtafeha
threat!I' well averted, by Pullux I At him a-. hour, obstructed the way i and, a. the tel'" the lion to which he had been'' doomed dip ifu till,'tf tge.lgMr-buIt'est'a + tmeetlaintcdnt
gain, Lydon t-tlley,ntop to breathe i What day advanced, the motion of the earth was couched beneath the. pHlarM. and -' I
art thou .muttering/ oil boy F 'Prayers!': more sensibly felt-the footing seemed to clock beside him-r-unwUtinf of lbS vkl..l>y den eObrt Le dashed down the bottle wtliekiRe
answered Medon with a more calm and slide and I'rerporcould sherbet litter -rlwthe giant form I iator,Niger. was twin \'.d4 vp'stWrftn. ,aa t<>-
hopeful mien than ho had yet maintained. be kept steady, even ou the, most level That lightniag M revealed$ to each oth, ny pf alarm and twrof.' All crowded round
"'Prayers r-&ri1l8tl.The linw for Godsto ground. er ,.form of beast and man i yet the i es*,(; him to beai? Ibis cause doff.aWght, wbfch'
carry man away in a cloud I IA gone now.HaJupiter Sometimes the huger stones striking ;*/. timofboth wa .quelled., ;.Kay. th..Jl ton\;'''be.with'dtftVulty exprMn e4 to1 tbeA i and' ,
.. t=wha .'blowI Thy nido- gains eaeh& ther.* they fell, broke into ereH nearer to tb .gladiaton, a. for ,comipt one of psruers'wtt"severat', of"the1
th y aide !..:-take earn of tty side, Lydon! countless fragments,imitating spark of fire and thegladiatw d,let 1 mot rt-' "I 1 men, dqcerid Sato fhb"auJt/id erini iff!
There was ewivuUiva, tremor throughout .which caught whatever wu combustible cads or |remU% The tssaatioa of nature ascettat4lhe. trWof bV$ T.at.+B W
the sembly, A fierce blow from Eu- within their reach;and along the plains be- had dissolvedheGjighter'teKtgrkd, her .bArbMr., attributed.'either, ..*drwkeV
molpus, full ou tM crest, hid brought LvdintohUkaee woad the city', the darkne was now ternbfy ''w lltedUea.t .... 1\0** or i<&e.esd 1m.tiod'.1'W1t..... aI
i Jf abet t-ho he it T cried ( relieved; for several house, sail sew .. .tytrtmiM M,, _. r 'I 11' 1 : rt4a. __
a shrill fejialejrotce{ T Jt was the voice of the ftrl who had so various interval the fire roc sullenly and *-e*. pejaedby. Ow, Umpto- They nere: peered Int.oIJ1W'JudWftlk., '
.anxiously anticipated the saerineq of some! fiercely against the !solid gloom.. To add! ef the congregation of(he,Naiarenea. ',and': ful speetatle'wa* prM+ ntedl their "'few.I
criminal to the beatts.. Ule silent,,child !",I i to this p,irpai relief of the darkness, the citizens i stfbUroe and unearthly! QOtloa' hafI.Do&; WjthlBi the noshesd1eyasketoton. to be .
sail the wife of, Panda, haughtily JjV,,. ,1 had, here and there in the more pub. indeed quelled their awe IwtK had,robbed,, bona or..bl'UJf"ft., **** platesstill :
AiAe.hais pot wmmdfdV, 'I wish he{tin place vuch as the portioo of temples! a we of fear. Tberhad Ukff.beUeVed. aC.< clung Vhrte alionld mass' .or patrldl-
Vere if only) spiu old surly Memlon,' mut-' and the entrance to the forum, endeavors Cording to the erroof Christians, tyhadaetiiedatthebottom. Miotkedatthe1slgM
terwl the.'glrLM; *nwhlU Lydon, who Nl to place rows torches (but the** rare* thai the,La t JMjr was '1"1. they.JmactMd th y/ showers and the that the day had heaT'; .nn._'roXonnaMbtt"of"'etF dtoeovenrwM '
Lad hitherto defended ,himself with great i | the now Costs J'''',
sIn extinguished sudden !' eried ; s.hnU ItotnefflaWlr I*H' f off tothe 'rsland of
skill and valor, began to five before >i.. them, and jthe Wo iwq iF' ifc airtPfer-J
the.vigorous: assault of IbX practiced way R.. darkness Into which their sudden birUtwa;, *wee. abe eWes.M their., head, nu I his arm freT tired JiU eve..dizzy he !converted, hail something In it doubly...>, the Loud .dArt+ ide>Zhi,.aq. Judg w cn|,,. aa..J'\ tpvithenriottwbecowesaed'
I>reathj4hr4an pauel again for >reath. ,(Young I the lesson of despair. ', ;' of men. -rWN"r i1..rI"JlHl'" } WIth'thef'he'bad>one- aw t
man* said lr umot pus,,in ft low. yoke *dei Frequently, by the momentaryhgbt,ojA'arutmlglaty' JWoye otheiM6 *,and t**,rd., rrM ', !Iwk' ,' ..11001',
mIOVbl hi MM and thatfoariiit' -
Rod the he *
otothat idolatog worshipperofth ,
of
stet i ; J will wound thee .Uhtly-tben bower these torches, parties fugitive ; I : .
the Edi- tend each other-some hurrying, toward*, brea+.I W- tp y_ who pour, a dlsioveTrY'fcrb**'II ". '
the arms, thou hart,propitiated others from the sea back jorth $bt.blood \ >atoverJh e Cn'II' Iifta, 'Wbtorla)
the sea, flying
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toe and< the mob-rthou wIlvJx 01.S .,. ,, "
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bad retreated rapidly dewi Pf Wdvtptbe'blisdA5
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saved!' ,'"ad" .my'Uther atiU ,eo lire4rvroaned the land ; for ocean pangs a F
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hiqs ell. 'No! deal MrImfreedmnJt rood the shore-*** utter darknes., eDf&b& 1' .
Lydon'At that thought,:awl *eingthai oveHt, and upon H*.groaning w\ve,'the, ,Andwlttu b loa4 aDAAeep r/ t urns, tl eseavwe 'DOt'IIODW ittU&ad' eta.iiderjt
equal n the en- storm of cinder and rock test wlthauV-the 41009$ chained forth a1onff Ji, lee wUcS bpp'ear. = ; f t'J
d.raace, :;JiU of at raagthoMMbewg tHe Roman every lUing depen- protection which &W at,....tad roof afloh .of&he _","" .- We to the i 41o ,91.... tps .. ,. YfIItt.. ...- it,.,

dAd on .dddelt.aa desperate!Uomolpuss: tffbrt |tbIlMMir he> dadtq wk supernatural thesad.. WUd-.cud--'wtJ fear's' ., these 1fOU. eaa Th.. Naiareoo>sjrftff ,paced, slotUy) *'en', theittorehasstUAfiJckemg \ The tword of wit. U) ilk. she, ee c I' ". r \

threw him'IeNeI retretsd-l pn thrust a- comutterediach'other, but without.leisure: \ in |ha.otona. their lime 1. Cots dower lrieft4'gM .., ,sad,pt. "ti .
ydnn
aiti-Eumolws warily| threw himself ..ido-t the 10 speak, to consult to advise; for,the, ,voices. raised' in menace. and sojemn Ucki every thlrff,thartte- rU wf.- ,.', ,

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';** N,. Verb) fHJJI' ,applyi.a..he -rattan' ,) where did you get .nulwe. *e&&I'PfJi and; Inferior leave" the bohen bait disgvsr I" every ohet) ,boIom.
> Tbpuflte ..saysthe he.e boots?. A. Cf'A 1 the black tees Mae. on tike! 9ltr! >,ry 114 seldom
&,,,..!,. .* *- ) and Til tell I jot These are the states in which bA lO.ttm"
T hl.J. Dom : you} attachEd but
stigb... .eew..pdon ye ". j I'"' collected by _the tea farmer ? stoutly can tarn laid and
beurrty
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system"jltaderArlislt it earned them in thl.' i'erhSps but* they are .The varieties of green tca appear to orl'ginate dally, through mere wiitoni e s-withany
Oft 111 die difltorwi bitch of our city l"altdltWt' : ao, not from the ...geA'o picking like wandering waif who may cross his path i
by a gang of thetf-wh ,.#avin these ap- mirk! Philadelphia.be I stol I. the blackout partly. from diflerenrc i>f and the world only smiles klhN folly' Woman
yet jUiem
eat establishment Thief. Thai may shrink with intuitive dread from the
Of geadnhebdrep and manipulation partly from
pearanee themielve from Washington Hall In the morns .;?. brfore treatment aid
aadOatrodup out the difference of soil A. large proportion of libertine Rl'ncc: UA oniy.frora man,
beeoqawf JbcJrdera, which breakfast. I picked bf'sJ'I'Ir never from her own ht'lIrthllt he learns
aalnmau* by >> read for .llfllukal tcfis the growth 0(' a different
haw afteesa to thflse chara- from those that were standing<< at once, time objeef of Tit
enable them to in stet idLin district from that whicli produces the Aytnnt to Become, cftgcipursuit
the boarders and left my own
Caretolea; unlocked by the and bill scoff And no does
ben that are ) When a lea merchant buys grwnfrom sooner
And
occupant/. It I I. bult' few day .since a llord. (holding up the. rattan., ) the former, he mibjccts it to the following she lose tint linmcd late*]ewej of her soul "

young man afefraboMt came to a repectaM the towserg? the HotelwinntAmJ to obtain the \'nrtelle ":"he i sd/"-respect, .thin, to silence. the sensilheconsciousness ;
e hotel' in Drorf-ft( ,.and enquired /TAif I got And them the at hat City and waistkoall I sifts It through pncrss one sieve, which takes out of her nature, she plungesinto
from iticQy whose Dams h, the depths oftlcv. Man
if geatlemaa and tho prolimmtt'1
a TAtef. The waistcoat I stole out lof e thed mentioned, 'lodged there The barkeeper also in the City I i then through another sieve, which is differently, affrrted. A tloirt may darken
answered that he didlint"had gone out geniMmin's: room Ijutel, of for a period" his mental vfeieir, but the
the .mtl/l-Ij AyltOil coinimrre ;
from a number of ohva( paseot
but the hat I took
akd., materials to cloud from the rf
The young man while the boarders at the American I otd two other, sieves 0iiccM<.lvely takeout the first thin gleams nn prosperity -
write a letter .o Ilk friend.,which having dinner ,second and degree/ of size, and whAt or ambition, 6r any other treating
completed, he paused, and then tore It up, were'If&JU'd.citing Indeed New please, to rip. does not P" lamest sieve forma Ay..,nA-**. motive 01 life, will dispel( the gloom, hnd.
saving, on second UjougM I had better call for? Tho tea then undergo the proeessof firing he proceeds In hill(career.of business t t
again Ad *e.lal... U.& nJooked about w Tk\tft What m if nought had occurred to darken
.conversation with the I.s'vllord. using the rattAn.) Sir \ It In ai iron pin, In a great degree of heat pleasure, a*
thebarkaeptrreasarkingthatthehotelseemed and commenced a ay. Poor Ffteh now.began td strip cry which gives .the ]leaves a tirhter J Iwlst and his moraL horizffn. A crushed bart.
I Is- bring them 1o their color. 'I lie tea on which he has trod withe heel of iron,
reluctantly which"lercl: being con > up
phasagy.siw.tpdrAl that as his ted..-mine host, addressed him as follow :- which passes: .the first sieve ia then put Into maybe sobbing away its last breath in nnfttmollph.ro
friend wad staying tbgrt; lie had: a great and he heed it
is machine and the fm pollution, not
"Such fellows as you are tapeat nf si :! a winnowing; ,
hi American
mind to Wave" .tuflr* ate ty and bring our best taverns into d >rpttte blows out iho light leaf at the further cud, "Whydiduhe not rftipect herself V he
come and stay thieaUa Accordingly leaf shorter dialanl'c.'rho' triumphantly asks, "and then I would
..1 kleow your fare ly lobe a< ro-i eatable the larger broken at n
eJkii entered
anhoarafterialAa appearance, as in Rhode Island, and Ivin to heavier; tens, erg the gunpowder and lime rfspwied: her also." The world
house any
la the
hid Lamb. toWt tf bisUXaary OMeastonMO: his room. save them the disgrace of having you.1 ,il- hyuoix, fall nearer\ to or farther from the ; echoes the sentiment) end the sHC-con-;
register, u the police office according to their gravity, and are demned, selfaretised 1 wretch, Kinks away
at hopper
laity publicly exposed I
Here he remained for.9,wtekh,.taking bu ,
from the cold sneer of untried virtue to
the machine ,
and yourself convicted and aent to the s'tlr then Hepcrntcd by winnowing
and a
friend wine at to dinner psticlpuein: .aa.r.octllolaDf.brl; Wa :good ,cheer prison.-I, therefore, give you your chon o, j i I I >V hen fairly made, the difference betweenyoung the)oblivlon of infamy t while her mumerer -
thMtimt much alarm was excited [either to receive. .evel'f! whipping on t 10 byxon atid the gunpowder will be : proudly stands in the hall oC Jegbolltllon,
During in the house by a succession 'of robbcr'es,{spot, and go In custody of an officer 0' lht.:-the young leu/, which takes the long I or the temple of Justlce. nd his sycophants
that constant/ taking place. without> the police." The thief readily chose tie twist will form the young hyson, and thatwhich point him out us a goa-like man
were _
I0 discoget.tht',*4underer.On former, and the : assisted by i.n takes: Iho round twist will form the
their being a landlordt ,
afteradon a gentleman wriuov. I I old negro .servant m Into the attic gunpowder.The Among the recent .deaths in England, is
fibturday the his pea-knife and with the rattan whaled: the I effects of lei on the ,human system the Earl: of Derhy, u ho after the death of
blamed
letter In ,1rJorj
a the table'at hi" skf (til on his' knee he Implored far mercy. are those or ,any other narcotic taken in his frat"wife, flurried Miss Fatten, the actress.
on It to.hi* rWbe1ih".n.led I The next step wac to complete{ his toilet) small quantities, exhilarating The green Ho w aa celebrated M a most int'de.
10 UM
be found whert-. but M hH. clothe were retained for their le--I)varieties of the plant possess this quality rate sportsman, and the pN ion for borne-

had observed any to the,rooarX wbue, he was I gal claimant the Jan lo"l. furnished him in a much greater decree! than the black, racing and COt'It-fightio wa the absorbing
wrltln.u'the: hero of this' tal*,'wMeh "with the roquisite -girqi"nts.: consisting! of j jI and a strong Infusion of the former will Inm.t one of his life.

of course excited a suspicion of his hones. the utotr clothe of the ,old negro who }t' constitutions, produce considerableexcitcmeu
ty. This hj eomnaunicaied? to that landlord [being almost an broad if she was Jouz, the] t. A Jonrneynjfin chimney-sweeper. recant.
the .geaUemw ,aside. I reader can well Imagine whit kind of.,fit ly, at Glasgow bad Ihe savage cruelty to
required M iaajr we ywulg om'wr, >> of hla lodging I these said elotlran made and how, w,llworn I The foll.>winji information concerning force one of his toys; ,' a lad aged seven, intoa
room, whleVavlofimai. they must have been Maugre all the House of Bt/chdi/"I.I. given in. the stove pipe scarcely eight inches fa diame
nested a aw; momn..1 entreaties, the devil w compelled to London month. threatening, to set fire to It and roast
hictpsnpan/ror
Tie went with hi W hie. room which contained put them on J'and with an old bit which' The financial buswicsa'of the house of him alive if he did not ascend. lie was

He1* t.;tn kf':'baod-bot I. bundle, I hid >9t1ts rim, and a'pair of whit: might Ktvtehschild, began to assume! importance, wedged in for three hour, and almost suit:
nor baggag w.tlfy deieHption The landlord have once been called: boon,'he was turned in Consequence of its first loan, ofjca mil- ocated
out of the hotel to seal hit fortune < lionk of florins to the court of Denmark. In
,by ra om?'n.:pleamd at this barren a i perfect -
prospect, parUcularly us his! lodger had run a acarcerow as ever was seen 1812 Mayer Ansejmo Rotchsehild, the father POUT Ol PE..S.1CtJL.tl.SiiirlittitntfUf .
up a Mil to/a chflMMpbleatnnunt, state,! Vas attacked: by a mortal innr.*. Aware -
to him tb*fcrwielqp*Vheh( .Jtad Just been T<*.-Thh article. which ha now become of his approaching end, hn had bU mtr.
I *
excited bit*lo* of' gsntleman'aknife, ofsueN crtrATvrcial Importance as to I ten children called to hit. bedside, gave ArntnTfince our but.Schr .
and asked him If he.Mnewjiiiy thing aboutit employ upwards of fifty thousand of shipiKngln !them has dying bemdiction, and made May Flower, Cornell,.Key West
to wnlatt M "Inl' answered in the its transportation from China, was them promise never to change their religion -Cargo-to crder.
negative"At .j mite the landlord I: it |.s sand, vcarcely known In Europe pre and nlWaj; .< to remain united amongst Dtnarttd.Schr .
was called from ai, and.waa absent vious. .to the middle of seventeenth century themselves. o.a 'Charfffe.e. These promises Black Hawk, Holder, Mobile, 20
+ butt atateutef daring which lime, how. I .. In 1011 the 'Enfllsh\ East! India have been religiously iwpt, arfd! amply has Dales Cotton, 490 Hides and 9 packagea
Cempanylmport d tAi ounces, AS :a present the fable of the bundle of sticks been verified Boca Wax, by C. C. Keyser and Sundries

it-1 to the King.. In 180U. the annual, by the, five brothers: Whenever they by the master
,: pccor 'consumption in England was about twenty, are about to undertake an affair nf importance (Schr !May Flower, Cornell, Mobile ,.
""f1wWwjIgconljnepcd I a search mtUions of pounds, or about 'one,' pound ; all the united brethren invoke the Schr. Charlotte Mack Tampa Day, Uai-
J which resyfjq UTtSe discovery ofthe bidden thirteen and a half Aiineee for enet l indivt-, memory of their father Which Is teurratMby ted States troops. -

jarluM..'...1:' ,4k dual. The annual ronnurnutloo- the them:.:: In a manner.liighjy!.! honorable. to .
r I r United States in estimated to vary from lixto : ;neir niial feelings Their great political NqTICI,
banditrd eight millions pounds. HDperationri commenced in 1813, and up to .
Tho Te* plant is a native of Chirm and the present limn it is computed their house All person concerned are desired to l malts

'Landlord. Perhaps' I shall find away to Japan, and ha been cultivated and in. has negotiateduin: loan, snbmdira, Ac upwards notice, that bv Deed of Transfer. dated
quicker your appreheniona(.arming himself common use in those countries, tr.rnn'the of 140,000 millions starling principally November 28, 1834: all my debts and demands
with rattan).Do 1/WlItll1 persist' In most remote antiquity. It la cultivated in for the difTcrentmonarchs of Europe | due 4ynote, jf by book account
a saying that know nothing of this l knife 1 all parts of China, even In the viciuiiy of their proflU'harc' ,. of course been immense or otherwise, and whether' payable to A.
Answer/.tOG.. PeUn-nay*a. very correct wrlterwkl .Their long umnterrnptrd uc- A. M. Jackson ahd Co. to Jackson and
Landlord .is In the aama latitude u Philadelphia Norms or to the subscriber.Individually,
applying the, rattan M his I cess was owing to their unanimity, and
back prettylottndly,) De you atlll persist and hu a very similar Climate.! Moat of community of interests. have beenIpu.retre4 to Artiraa Stone.
I Amver::"Idrf not stole it from the table the attempt to introduce it in other rum-. Every proposition i U decided by mutual All 1 those indebted to me will therelo..aIter
while gentleman was writing;a letter. tries have failed, but within thelast' few deliberation. Each operation of major or the aufd date make payment to the said
Landlord.. Now empty your pockets. years maay efforts have been made by the minor Importance, is conducted upon a concerted Stone; or to bK agents lawfully authorised.AJ.DEN .

t Where did'youget 1111. 'pockel handkerchief batch goverment of Java,. to cultivate(t in and common plan { aid all their A. >L JACKSON.- .
? that Island wub the assistance of Chiaese individual, and combined energies, aVp' .employed Nov. 20.

Au.,,;'. I bought in Utica. laborers, with soraa prospect or.'Uc ay
Landlord (applying the rattan.,) where The eirporimsnt has also been madein Ira- for several years, they have resided nt a llOiN
did you ret iIlll handkerchief ni. The shrub attains the. heightof"Ire' distance from each other, that circumstance OTICE, la hneby given
Anneer. took it from a gentlemen's orals feet, and is branching and evergreen. has by no means canned a distance, Dint there ha been com
pocket while he was going In the Theatre. The leaves are of,$ dark" rtOlJ1. n discord amongst them j. on the contrary milled to mv custody a negro
Landlord IMng the rattan severely. color, and firm texture. The plants reqv're It ha proved a great advantage,. in contributing ? man by the name" c* JOHN
TAl,, Stop, pray atop and I :will tell but little tare till the third year, when iho towards the prosperity of"their immense G n Indies: He i* about 28, year
the train.: 1 took tt out ohke pocket of a leaves may be gathered.' In seven yeirshe undertakings, by thus making them of B2& 4 feet, 10 high light Com-
coat hanging In th' <| hall& elow.LAmilorA. ; plants have attained' the height of six feet ON cenrentof the-' < That, I is the truth, for the but as.they. boar: few leaves, they are trimmed money market;* of Europe through a continual I the under lip, being a cut and another on
handureh1efbelotrto to me.' You have avery down, which operation greatly: fa<$lltatos exchange( couriers, which gcner- i the left side q!the breast,.he says Ohal he
flne suit of clothes on | where did you the growth of toe leave. The le\: yes ally precede tho goerment memieiigers ; in rana",")". from Joshua Baldwin' brickyard
get them ? are plucked off, one by on. and only from this nnn .TA ." I had them made in Utica, ten fifteen pounds... collected in a d". the point where ho i It placed, possesses a Sept. 1833 and that he' belong* to 'old.
Landlord They dont Make such clothes la a district of Japan where the tea pUnt vroat facility fonpiuing and norociatin JOIIhlla Baldwin. t
in Utica. ,Take off the c4aL '(Btamminc cUltivated with peculiar carothe r first different affairs for the central cwtaWish The owner i* .requested to come forward
it, he fWd the nama-ofa gentleman well gathering! takes place at the end of ihe .. prove property\ and take him away-otherwise .
known in this City, marked ta the .lining.) winter,,when the leaves are young and nxentTMttitbtig>i oT Wondrous Five is he will be.dealt- \,Nth .cvording to law..
Where did you gel this oust f tender. These; oH; account. of -their ..ami as follows s JOSEPH 8IEBRA.
.. TAw/Had it made In Utica, I told you. i city and deafness, are /ted for. Jhe, ""Anneai Asalini, resides at Frank. I IX"Marshal E. C.f '

,t Laikdlar And you told me .' lie, (ap 'wealthy at>d ealfcd.jin,. rM tea: The fort-snr-le-Mtine He is the senior,, and '. i\urg'ktt%\'e Sa.\ .
plying the rattan inearnest. ). Where did second gathering la at tM. beginning #t 'chief of Ihelal'l1ilYM.t'd sixty-one years. ..
you 4 t this. eoatt spring, and the third and last, about the At his. hoime! the gi "'ir TM'toM,- tfoboM,- an bye! O-HI iDhhtlM o{.suaer:Ztie twtea'm'th .= MHi from.the private In\@ntI. famished 1 The hairs of Louis Doquemenil,
tell you the truth' Indeed I wiT I .A. .K. are -full-,*. AV--panded sod of tnfert,r cos.,..y.I by the other four; banks:, : It is there;:also: DeMofant.lly '
fronts gentleman Washington. IfalL The names given. Int a stereo to the differ', that the congresses of the fraternity Virtue of a writ of JI.(.. to medfrectd
q Landlord But bow ,ITAli ent eorte of wn, are unkoowa to- th Ch i d L'raUy'.held.- are- gen-- Ifroni the Hn the Superior Court for the
/ Why,.yon net. )..ow thatduring nose, .the imperial excepted i they are IU p-t, Holomon.. the lUonclhrolher.born "nVesterifdistricf of Florida, f'shall_ proceedto
the election a. Mr. T- a and ,.a 'Mr. posed to have"been' applied by the merlebtats ( Oth 1774; has passed his; Saplember lieU at public .outcry, oo4he' 1tJai day
j B-J had a quarretone ereninf at Wash. atCantoa.Among limn the last eighteen between profrsaional of Febuary>>, at the door of the Court
ington Hall abo other the Iie.tw4 a "'Dl wait tooul to uk mitteeof the. House Commons to ascer Nathan the third In his nib 1 pram'rihed by law, all the light till*and intercut -
'place,' but the, landlord iniarftred and! tain whether tt 1s pracUcabla to distinguish )'('Ir. lie \I" the London Rotchschild. of the heir of Logh. Doqjjenenll DJ
would not peraiit AgatUf .ie his.hows*. aoeuroaiy, the different denominations ef 44 ChVlea thl fontfji of the five banker* Morant in and to following Property or
Toe gentleman adjourned to the batter/ Jea, is.containediaforrnatlon relating to :is forty-six: years: oli. lie ha been estab In so much thereof as will aatiify the above
ta settle the quarrel, and I went with the tea plant, di/frnnf.from accounts here' lished Naples since 182L execution and cost to wit .
them.: They both took off theit coat,.cad tofore given. Recording{ to the evidence .Jacob, the' 'In' Thoiihdnlded4ialf of lotNot,29. 36,
the battle bsgaa,. Mr.(Tr-r-1 was'\oeckad ot the Com It.I" offl ra, says tb. Dahi r May 6th, I7?.youngest.. consort yearta, the baroness* born 102, 143: 145, 147 148 )4fl..ajtiwted iat
dowa sad nueh.keatea,.and wUhlag to more Anaericaay the tea plant in China has!'U tM-d Jghter of his second brother the, the City of Pensacola. pi!. undivided halfof
anise him every as aaalstawce I took off my tint distinct varieties, if not species,. which! Baron Botompn. Jacob has carried his "otie thud of Lot No.78, three undivided
coat a4 f.t water from the rivy to,w"k respectively yield ttte black and, the green bUltn. since A D. 1812,.at.Paris.on"' eighteenth part of a tract of Land of MO
tH A bts0. 4 frgm4hie face, ._ teaa. arpans called the Ilivaa Land, lying Mar
done,' I again dressed, mys.l( an4 S ,In the black* tea plant, the first ahoot on MAN jIN OMAN.By the Dayou Te *r,the undivided fourth part
,
knew his coat to be much b.tterthaie, mine the bud coining .01&1.f D covered with I ..... of two setepil concessions Land attoate
p
i I pot It on and went awajr. hair forms the Anejlai.,rj pdt A few | There, is a. MGral.epruUreoar.w ant .._II- on'the Tenoaw Road about twelve mile

Landlord You are a precious rascal day more grown! makes the nair begin so'eenUewncs, In the nature of ciao from Ihe City.of .Pensacola: tb o.one ...-
that la
but now take oS'70W t boot*. Wheredid fall off; the.leaf'then expands, and be tainlDgof 10QO and .
wholly foreign from the female Arpans the .thf ....
7'01'! them t ; eomea, the black. adpe m.. Some .1 i character;
leaf i."dol tajninz WO
yeuog i4
tW amdlvl. .
--- which nothing is s arpans : ... o .
TW / At Albany. shoots have seamier and .Anerleavea, which*than the anvariagconstancy stronger with proof half of lot No,.J243, In said City .f PBL_.
which
Wfer d(todkingia (hew, and.again make the oco/v" ,The next best- leaves women will adhere to the objects of their cola. .. Jamea W. Kuua, Marshal,.

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The time at which resort should be hadto I with Ranking lunhtution created by III.Rlat. Instances were on record of men long

J3 )t.a .6 71. this or any other mode of redr+se, Is a ..*. On this exciting topic, the message' been' held in high animation, uddenly
...--- point loin decided by ongrCl'jI. Iran appropriation holds } commuting thegreatct and moat horrible
SATURDAY, DBCI:;MDER 2O, !H.uRAIL hall not be made by the French 4h, elbowing language. crime*. Witb regard to De Soto, the mate,

3 Chambers at their next nfKMon, it may Torontinr nuy business rrltiong with the generous act .perforrded.br that individual
HOAO: justly be concluded<< that the Government of the Dank of the United &.Iettthat may bo<< was fully estimated by every person

We hate the satisfaction announce that France has finally determined to disregardits avoided wi:bout a violation of the national In the Court. 1 stand humbled before you,
faith, after that huiiiutton ban el at open<< sold the Judge by a' fact
on the reeeipt.r.W day ago, (from Tuscatooaa own solemn undertaking, and refuse to gentlemen,
an acknowledged debt. In that event, defiance thr conceded right of the Government brought' out in the course of the testimony
of of the act of inrorpora- pay
a
copy every days delay im our part will be a stain to examine its affair ( after it lies you have heardthe factor an American
lion for the RaIl Road Company to construct upon our national honor, as well a.< a Denial (done all In Hs power to deride the public hip pn.stlngby and leaving American eiti- '

a Rail Road between Pensacola and of justice to our injured citi/cns authority il\ other respects, and lo bring it zees to perish in sight of their countrymen.We | '

Coltunbuv a majority of the commissioner; Prompt measures: when the rrTu-wl of Into dUrrpile nt home and abroad I mice r it time had from the Counsel for the de-

France shall \>e complete, will not only IK has ntlcmiltd. in defeat the clearly expressed > fence eloquentallusions to the Priest tad
for subscriptions for 8&OCaiie' moot honornh'p and just, but wilt ha c the wil of The people by tnrninc a, the t-ofiie, and never,' from the day of
embled in this city and the whole of the l
took was subscribed for. In aocordano Since France, in Solution of the pledge! i to its han l-; and b>' iurcJring a (Iul1try. born more fully Illustrated, than by the

with the term of the charter $3,750: was through her minister hcrrz has delayed h'rlinnl [.otherwise peaceful, flourisning, and hnp fan to which I hate alluded The American 1
action on long that her decision! win py, in detention' ; embarrassment, and passed by the \llferen-tbe Spaniard
paid into the hand of the llItni""lont'r" t ldi,"irfi iild make the nation it,,e.lf a them. But the
not probably Iw K now u, in tune to be communicated -\f> : flopped and sated prisoner -
and the first election for directors took to this Congress, I ircommrnd r party to tr> degradation! no sedulously prepared guilt must outweigh all them considerations

place on Wednesday last.CONGRESS.The that a law IM1 passed authorizing reprisals 1 fort U. public n'nte-.rid! do much \> e cannot dispense merey-+tnt
I upon French property, In case provision .I to destroy the confidence of mankind In is! the attribute of a higher power.* 'Yta
two Tonnes of shall not he mantle for tho payment of popular governments! and lobring into contempt a p'I\nl1l, gentlemen, are bound to do our da-

Congress assembled at Washington on the tin debt nt the appronrhing lesion of the theft authority and rfflcienc\ In ly according to the law | and we should be

1st inst. In the Senate" the Vice President French iMianilma Such a measure ought giunlmg n| tiimt an evil of such magiiinuloctMinidoratfns fnNo In our oaths, our country" and our -
not to lie oniiilrird by Fnnce: as a tees of temporary con\'enicme I I U".I. if w'e were to nhitl our ej. U the face
took the Chair and called the Senate to or- .holll,1 be thrown out of the Mion, and of the lentimony before .
m, <" ', Mrr pride and j>owcr are too well qu u*
der at 12 o'clock. Messrs., Mhite and known Inexpert' any tiling; from her fears! tie should! tIC Infliiciirod by such motives The leuiucdand: eloquent Judge gave to
oiila' 111.to the b", nrr amid prexnalton the i>m talon and of history the
!Smith were appointed a Committee, lmoot < and preclude the nece-sh ) of n declaration accuracy
of the 1> <'pty! end solemnly fuHciunitonand beauty and left
rrpublirmi '
a Committee of the I louse,.to inform tint iioihinit |11O!'t inking uf the .'htrllf'ltr'or: wyvtrm. olroD\tncet
mtimiil it inn I. iiutrnJed by in, She ought liTiprcnood with the justice uf'theseviews on tho mind of his nearer* atmeianehelycoimcilon
the President that a quorum of the Senate to look upon it IH the eviJenre only of nu I fail it toN' my duty to recommend of the guilt of the accused- n

were present, and ready to proceed to btini inflexible flrtrrininnlioii on the part of the to JMII that.A law p ijHcd; antbori/iiig which the Jury will have decided 'er.rouc'

seas, aDd then the Senate adjourned to I 12 United Mates, lo insist on thrir rillh1t! ,: the sale c>f the charter vtink ; that the provisions rociUeOil. *." \ .

o'clock the next dty. lolKc Home of Representatives That has itself Iwkllll\\ lodged! to bf' just will be notes cf the llauk tn paj incut of public ([Time above account of the cloning' scene
Mr. 8wnVer Bell took the alilc ti. spare the United States the necessity dues, shall in accordance with tho power of the trial I lit from the correspondent

Chair, and on the roll brbig called, ltd of toAl.I'tll'rc'lrr into their on n hand, and reserved to' CongrcM in I Iho 14thctrt the Baltimore Garrtte The following account

member ware found to be present. A ae the property of French citizens from ion oflhe charter, be nuspeiidril until of the verdict hi the case, .to from the

Committee was appointed to wait the Ih:U.ocUurp and Cdnipt-Vntion{ w Inch American Iho Hank! pays to the I'rcawury trio dni1 notion papers{ :]
on citizens 110 long rndnml without retaluiilon 1 clciids w i'hheM' ; cud) that all i laws connecting OF"IIE'
President with the usual, message on such or redress, If he. should! routinuett4rVfn the Oovernirnt or its officers with the TUB VKKDICT JURY.

occasions and then the house adjourned - until the next day nt 12 o'clock. and violation of the liw of nations, make and that the institution be left hereafter to da)' morning at 10 o'clock and wa Instantaneously -

reprisals on our part the ocensiun of hostilities its own resources and IIICAIIM.I filled with a dense multitude of
In the senate on the 2d inal. tho Message
agamxt the UIIIKH Mates she would I The is represented te be in a high citizens, anxiom to hear the announeem -
of the 4 President wn received, read and but odd violence to iniUMtwc, and could army .ut of the verdict of the 'Jury in whose
5,000 extra copies ordered to lie printed not fail to expose herself to time just cenirtire cinte of disripJine, and<< a new organization keeping were placed the lire ottbe trtlttprjxoiicr

after which the.Senate adjourned. In th civilized nations and to the retnbutlive of the Corps of (.sifts'veers and Topographical at the bar. The Boston Post remarks -
judgment of If..u..n : Engineers l I" recommended, as that from the delusive circumstance 1
after the of the Message
Home
reception Colli-don with France f h .the more to l bc 'I well an a modification of the Pension Law, that the Jury did not make ,their appearance -
a motion for adjournment wa made and regretted of the die for a considerable period aArr,the o>
on account position otinplrH and the Jews(organizing time General Pool
carried. pciungof tho 11a1"an impression th they
in Eiirvpe in relation to lilierul institution 'Oflicc and the President again his
Our Delegate' 'was In his eat at the opening *. Itutin maintaining ournitional ; renews lind corne to a conclusion favorable to the

of the Session\ .. rights and honor, ell Governments etc\ aliketo recommendation of tin amendment of the prihoncr, or, at least, that they could not
us. lI.y. collision with France, in a constitution in order to abridge the team of agree<< became very prevalent throughout

TilE PRESIDENTS MKW.OK.; case where she H clearly in the wrong, the service of the President and Vices President, the as.mblyi but at .U-past eleven the

No one can read this document with nt, match liberal principles! hall be Impeded' or to make the incumbents of those office Jurors were ushered Into Court, with the
the renponsilnlity f'n that result nu well as sentence of death legibly and solemnly
tendon and be insensible thnt tie hut before
ineligible for a nt.cond term. TI.e.d" lo
cry other wilt rest onJier own bend. rittcn on their countenance, a* to extinguish. -
him a full, perspicuous account of every; flaring .ubm{:-"d these rttnxLlcratlons, I improt the iw>'igatiwn of the W abash Kiv- In an Instant, the faintest glimmering -

subject which there was reason to expect it ricli.nes to rftnerc 4 to decide, whether,' er" i i. returned rejected with reanona at of hope for the .,aj tit) of the accused. ,

would he tronteBgf.: It exhibits after what has, taken place, it will pull await 'treat length In regard! to iKir own Immediate Judge Story wa not present when the Jury -
time further action of the French Cham, cume in, and further period of breath- ,
td"the the and
politician' all\ depths hers, or now adopt turn provisional\ measures affairs the menage cuntmns tho foJ- Ices suspense' of fifleeA minutes occurred ,
hallows of the government and to the love till the roll and the
ns Tt tony deem Tie<'r\ Har> and best poragrftpb.Th prisoner paanak were
of his country! it present a highly gratifying I\d\Ih'd to protect the rights HII.1 tn.niilaiii Florida\ oidiivtuliave not yet been called. The prisoner.: were then 'called,

picture of present pruapovityand! future the honor of thin couuli v. Whatever that elected and dE'lh.red. Recent order harm one by one,sad the verdict of the Jury wa*

hepes. The condition 9f the decision may be, it will be faithfully en- been out to the agent of the United States declared to each cparetely, In the follow \.
country fofced by the Hxrcutite, as fur ui he at Havana, to return .-ltb.lI that he can lag manner ,U:
a* exhibited in this luminous stale paper is authorized oo to duo 1 obtain, so that they may be in Washington Cleric.-Gentlemen of the Jury,have you

is a practical vindication of tho Mom, The folluwloggratifyiiiK. view in given of before the saasion ..f the Supreme Court, to agreed upon your erdlct ?
strength of form of IM used in the ) ajid .moral beauty: our the flute of our Tut:in 'en. ; :-Who shall speak for you 7 _
winch
tho Uovrf
mt-nt
government and must be felt aa the severest According to the estimate. of tho -Treasury i* a party. Jury,-Our foreman.

possible rebuke by that spirit of dema- Department, the revenue accruing TRIAL OF PIRATES AT nOSTON. The prisoner were then directed eve-

gogueum' tvtylch U;atill laboring to keep up from all nourcc, during the present year. DOMTON, Nor ttvh, !83'. rally to rise a* they were called and receive
will amount to twenty million MX hundred Die verdict of the Jary. The Captain '
_
The Hall of the U. S. Circuit Court
the peralfjou( views which since pre-
not
long \
hundredand #, the
and twenty-four thousand seven, aented this of intense In-1 Pedro Uibert, was first named. IU
i morning a scene
teemed to threaten the exit.teace of the Union seventeen dollars, which with the balance iteret it* wall were filled with' arose, raised his baud, anal regarded tho

.We regret thai.our limit.will,no remaining in the Tr.allurx.on the first I| spectator* listening spacious joy seven hour, In Jury with .a firm' countenance. and steady

permit mid to livethemaee: But of January list; of eleven millions .wren- profound attention to the eloquent, argu-i' eye.
hundred and two thousand nine hundred menUtive...und cuncluMvecharge' of Mr. Clerk.-Juror*, look upon the prisoner:
without containing sentence or a word
a and five dollar produces an aggaegate of Justice Sway to Jury .. .hlfor two prisoner look upon the .juror How **y f
a
that could bo dispensed with, it U the longest tblrttwominions three hundred and I I I week have been occupied iu the trial of.you gentlemen, U the prlao..r al the' bar, 1 1i

document of the kind that we recollectto twentY- Yen thousand- MX hundred and twelve flue looking fellow, sailors, charged -i'P
have _0. .w'- must therefore content 'twenty-dollars, The total expendituredu- with Pimcy on the high sens. in robbing 'I Jurvr..-GCILTT.'
ourselves with such ring the year! for ill( object, including the the brig Mexican of 90gOUO, in specie,1 The lame verdict' was pronounced againstDo
a hasty referencep public debt,- I* estimated at twenty-five and then sating her on Are, which wa Soto, the mate Riiix, the carpeater,
"4 parts of i(as are most' Immediately- Interest millions five hundred and ninety-one thousand happily extiaguiiihed by a British cruiser, 'Boyga, Cwtillkj Garcia, and MohUaegro.But .
: three hundred and ninety .dollar, ;and the lire of 11 American thus Coats, tile cabl. ks y, I'errar,' the negro t

ing.The with congratulations which will leave a balance In Treasury red. Guzman, PortenD, and VaUaqttea,. ,
message open* on the first of January, 1835, of MX millions The fact PI..r-1 I were declared nor COILTT. : -
t upon the prosperous condition of the country seven hundred and thirty six thousand The criminals were consisted clearly proven.of the After hat lag deliveredthe& verdict of the

\,' ,"the rich: reward agriculture and of two hundred and thirty-two dollar In Mate and of a crew, originally Jury,.the foreman read*to the Court the. '

every branch; of labour; dwell at some this balance, however, will bo included about 60, who navigated ten 'the Panda, a Spanish following recommendation to mercy I

length upon the peaceful and amicable relations one million one hundred and fitly laver, on tier voyage from Matanzas to the. I The sympathies of the Jory bar been }
thousand dollars of what was heretofore strongly moved in behalf of Utmmrdo itSota
Coast of
Africa.
existing! between our government and the Department effective. of his aobl
reported by as not victim on account lterou. .
Their by their.
foreign nations in general, but, aa was expected identity of whom wa proven and blow-1 aDd selfeaert&ingponduct. in ..,., the 1
on some stripes r
expresses In the strongest term the Of former appropriations Jt"U. estimatedthat had ,been Inflicted making an impression lire of more titan lO\nty! ..human ..bawge I
there will rrmain unexpend af the constituting the and craw. sL.ship' 1
diautUfaetion. of,the executive with therohdnet not readily effeebalso by ;he tftf'el'l'of paucoger
close of the eight million thousand .deal his,
two tha
year, Minerra sit they
the British Cruiser in Court ,4.11nally
then -
of s..ce. ,in withholding ,
the nine hundtVd and twenty-five dollar the written conrewlon. of the case should be 'prea8nte4 to the ,BMrcUMconMderatloa '
,OQXXO of frank., stipulated to be,paidto and that of this'um there will not be required thrmaelve by -parties 'I' of the Government '.

the United States, a*indemnity for louse more than live million one hundred This, however was not relied on a* Judge Story replied that the ..lah..ttJw
and forty-one thousand nine hundred arid c't: lury would certMiiy be.,gu piled wen.
sustained by our citizen* from French spoliation 'luIlYe.vt.fed, and the fact on
dollar the ob- both the Court sad the
nixty-four *<<; to accomplish connected with a recent trial In Vermont, by proeAutio0.or-
upon our commerce, between! thayear '
ectn of all the current appropriations. show)ie fallibility of all human t... fleer. ?
1800& 1817* After stating /}urge rhiH it appear<< that after aatisfyigg all *)*.pnxomr, on being arraigned timony.Tw at I Mr. IliUard, (say the Gazette> "then e

the duplicity and bad faith of the Frenchiuvernmeat those appropriations> and after discharging the Bar en a charge of murder leasedgustyand roM and moved that Nicbola4 Costa Ante 4r
( he last item of out public debt which wiU desired the Jlld.etrell" !nio Ferrar, Doming a > Guzman, J....An* .
the proceeds to were by I
message y. be done on the first January next there confession I tonic Portana, "and Joarph Velaanu**, be
and rocal their
on a*
It is eonfictiou that the United litete.nud" .
my will remain unecpend<< in Treasury an i forthwith discharged without balL vI e
their lives must the forfeit-wherea*
to instt im s> prompt execution of effective balance of .about four hundred pay the fall I f The Court granted their, AUcharge, and
of law
the treaty and tn ease it be refused or longer and forty thousand dollar That such the humanity eondemnation.*=required{ i the five men were Informed, through .the" .
; ,take:* Mren into thrir proof swfcro They perli.%' .
rfrlayefl. own
hnuld be tho I that
1I aspect they were at liberty,logo
hind After the JSlay on""the.part .01 Iy flattering the lndastrydhd'enterpriseof led In these plea averring that, goaded hjr, where Ley pleased.AJA ,

Francs oft quarter of a cwitury 'In arknowIHsting" oirr population, ands auspicious of the remorse, they were prepared to expiate, .., .
these claim by treaty; It ,* not to wealth ...1 await with their live, thejnuraer of a follow" I
prosperity<< wbicb the 6mtare ,ItsenMthat their victim had "been I A : D p.--IDdDIIJn' *.aa
tip loleratetf that Another quarter of century cultivation of their growing rt'W aree.. len in"&II Md; In a bam, which wa' consumed what In othsreountrts.. \.railed. apring and
j* to be wanted- in negotiatingabout: the It u not doomed prudent, however' lo roc the night of their brajrl and a ke-| autumn, conslat of 4fty-.U day* ae foi
payment 'The law*of nations pro ide, a e ton found in the moktf -yet .
remedy foawh ftccnalona. It U a well set- Impost rates, the effect of Ita; .gradual re- dead, resurrected,appeared(n open Court June 23, Snow melt*. ; ..... s '
tied principle of the ftittr-nattonal code, uctioit in In of them .
progress many not consciousstricken' July 'I. Hnov. gifiM
I and saved from the scaffold those y"ct .
that where one nation oweaaother a liquidated being *uBiciently tested, {o guide ua'in de- 8 FleU iruiU ,, 5'*
Iraanlnarymnrderer*,, greets 's r r "
debt; wblehlt 'td'wor neglect terminln; 'the precise amount of Rill ,. .
revenue and 1 replant* at growth
In the eaura of k]> examination e- a : ; ;
-
to pay, the aggrieved. -rarty oIII.Y seize on '[hich they will produce laboriously 29r Plante In full War Cot'
toctdauon, ledge story went over .n
., toe
the other its cltiaen
to
[ .*or sweets, undent to pay the, debt-, .Th4 message. next proceed,to the,'*ubect and uinntejy the whole ottthe lei .An- .. F.1&I ripe.la !' : I *
U Bank .The, for and the PlaD&.eed. .. .. ,
without giviag+just cause of war. 'hisre- of the & daagcr* and timony against prisoner '.
reported Inconvenience\ toe existence of With reference to the good character Inowr .". r')
| mndy-haw bfI n-repeatedly to and attending '
I given by some fit the witneye of Capt From.Uii&* time to Jan 83, &U N 4I.. ,' .
recently byPWtiee herself/toward* Portue4reojrwtaocr such an tnstituttop'and; the'aafcty and ad- I .e..nca .. tai ..
Gibed, the Judge Mid that a good character every wherf whip tk. ..
'r rler led*u questioaAy -
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could not have foreseen this t nor was there fracture the bones vf his 1 left leg. Immediate 0 NOTICE

PENSACOLA GAZETTE any possibility of avoiding iL My anxiety I amputation was the consequence, and of administration ou the rf
r. Is immeasurable oo account of it) but 1 stillhope the leg was taken off below the knee. .A LETTERS AN.8ENSIO IPlNlA, dfCC8to!
DECEMBER 30, 1834V. that the.Indian* may be enabled to plain wooden leg was the substitute for cd, have been' granted to the undcr.ignCf'aU : ;

The GXZBTTB will be Issued SaturdtyEvfjilng. procure us dry food ort in short, something this loss. I persdhsindebted1 to the estate a da,
every that a flora sustenance that The day after the accident occured, according and
.at 93 80 per annum, In ad. hinny so make immediate payment thorn hav
Yancd 04 Myibto at the end of six month the fondest wishes of my heart may not be to Mr. Sparks a friend called to log claims against the.estate, will present:
,
8$ able at the expiration of the frustrated that, however, (ID one sense see him,i who thought it his duly to offer them properly authenticated and within!
or at the pay option of the lubscriber. year. ., there U no danger for, 'come the worst, I as much consolation as he could, on nn the time prescribed by law. -

'Aft e.TiseiciTs inserted at the rate of : can always reduce ray men aM go In our event so melancholy. lie dwelt upon the InNUUCllELET, Adm.
i boats. 'Do not, therefore, let this affectyim good effects which stick a trial would produce December 12, 1834. No. 40.
one doflaf for fourteen lines ( lent
or ])
every ....
for feel confident of it. his character and morartemperament -
overcoming, on -
I ty'J'lcL
for the first, and fifty cents for every continuous 1\AV) UN'l'lJ
Another misfortunes that we and the diminished Inducements it
pinched ,
,
insertion. Tentorula Dec. 12 )t>3l \
subsequent 'I \ hosts would lenve for the pleasures aud ,
were!! for provisions, we R1ij8tdl'1li our Decking will be received at thin
and luggage almost 100 mUes atcr rack nod dissipations' of lite, Into which young menar Proposals ttlire
: t until o'clock M. the let
JJ ?EIrJi1Y. Ire Wore we can reach the "Rttr. This < l elf) apt to be led. "My good Sir," replied January nut for
... furnishing all thefire wood (to I* hard oak,
lnlepl Morris that matter so
have ascertained through Vip
we ; Y01l nrgue
Somebody has defined an Acrotlic to be but, never mind, this also shall be done t handsomely! and pim out M clearly the or black jack) which may fur: the be remiircd' during
West
"verses containing bat one wotd of sense.' and It will be a new feature: In diicovery. In i 1 advantages of being without legs that I the ensuing and station year to be delivered India
squadron tit Ihc
our former expeditions we hid none of am almost tempted pail with the other.
But where, M in the following, such aper- these tremendous obstructions contend I i Tel another person, w ho visited him on. navy )'RTc1l.subject to the usual in"pution11YRD

I everfog alliteration is added to the brcottttf with, though we had to take 01noes r bark ca- the same occasion and gave utterance to r WILLIS, A"ry Af,,,t.

a ,very singular effort of the mind Borne distance on sledges Bat have! his feelings of sympathy and regret, ho A.U' (ilN'J".s UJ"J'/'J:, t'

most be required to produce the combination a perfect confidence in my men and they, replied 'Oh, sir, the TOM is much Jew Pensaeola.! Dor. 12, 1834 $
good fellows, think I cannot eri &c. than: -you Imagine: I shall doubtless bea SEALED Proposals! will beSrccchtdat
j and as the sense is necessarily an The above was written befor the arrival ttemlitr man with one leg than with two." until the lt day of January

inverse proportion to 'the alliteration na of the express announcing Chpt. ROM'S! -Morton Atlas.A / next at o'clock\ M. for the delivery! of

veil as to the. _acrostic,.we. mifht her ._,x- return | and proved for time,. inly a few 1500 perches of BUILDING STONE, on
t q peel nonieiut double refined j and the real lines are added subsequent to that event. tinfi'ltrr raw.-The Western Journalof the Cofferdam at the Navy Yard. l'er-ens
They arc, however so characteristic of the.aU.nt the Medical and Physical Science, relates proposing will mate' the tune at which the
sonable expectations of the reader will writer that not be tho of the whole can be ._
they ought to omitted -. following extraordinary occurrence delivery completed.An
scarcely o be 4i ppo1nted. : i I } I early day would be preferred.
ACROSTICALLITERATION.A. April 23,1834I have this moment received 1 "A soldier in the celebrated battle of the i DVHD C. WILLIS, Nary AQrnt.
.... ...... .
.A..a is.army, ."r.u.rn,VI, : your despatch with an account of 10th of Aupiiyt, 1761, wn' shot through A.I u. v ) AUI.11 I'm: U1ICr, i
Boldly, by J battery, bssoifod B.lfrsdo, Ross's return.-I am all gratitude and hap. the head-'1''he ball entered the centre of Pensaeola' I><-c. 4th, 1834. $
c_... OOtIt..aden, asasoaMliiif eomt: piness. My heart is too full to vrite j but the upper part of his forehead, and paused Proposals will he received at
Dtsusf Mstraotioa's dtvatttilaf doors I shall pay attention to all that i is commended between the table of the skull,, made its SEALED!! until 12 o'clock M. cm 24thhist
Eft1.ft4..vor,...... ,*....,, to me ; of this assure the Committee.. exit about throe inches back. The bone for sup lying the \Virt India elud.
tot AitsjM_fthtlaIsrloM,fray What a triumph I. this return of Ross's to was of course torn to pieces and. great ron vessels fa ordinary and the Navy Yard

Gsaerals How booors'fslosl boirta fsasnls, borote traMl haidiboM*-gnwwM I God us all,, who hoped against hope! And number of fragment! were driven downwards this with FR15SH LEEF 8nVEOETAUI.F.fr

NUr rMW-4Bdi.criniMU sill.his. what no the croakers say? Will they acknowledge earn to the lenth of two inchcsJnto and for supplying Ih)

..-.. kill .,..r..>. 4la.moa, kindred ki 11 the lesson afforded by it of the the brain, a considerable quantity of which Natal llq/t'ital, neDr the Na\'y Sand vih
Labor l.w .....lofttsot !'ioe power of stubborn' perseverance 7" &c. escaped: The nympt' ins were of a +o- fresh Deer, Vegetables, soft Dread and
Mae Inarch, 'mW mosa4, 'mlJ male( 'm iJ From a private letter it may be interesting plexy. Upun removing the scalp and tfwi Jlilk for the ensuing )'t'nr. 'fhe articles above -
.ud.,.... 1111 to some to add also the following I ming off the edges of the bone, the oblong enumerated must be of the best juahI -

Now Mity, Doxian ...be... Detlee aokt. scraps: opening of the cranium wan wide enoughto ty the market will afford, and delivered on
I Or t.aid obtUelM. .pwd f Mht My dalle chiefly spent thus-before I. admit the finger. No hasmorrage then I! board of vessels afloat, and nt the other

Pnop.tde'*, partly pwehsMd, ply proud a portion Scripture, and occured, but was Bail to have been profuse places designated, in such quantities\
nsmry
Qslt qaakiaf, qwekly, .rtr, gutter 'qs..t<< t I
1. afterwards attend observation before the into Dr. Carmi.ebner
B. flawsmw ...p t cb .**ftitj. soviub i draw (I.haye. plenty of pencil h nd.. In attempting to extract that the contracts mnl'lt' be approved!
Trte to dMT.ri 4riinph to thy U Ja fITnJMt up sty survey take); notes, I.eAt the spiculx of bone,with forceps pushed into by the Commandant of the Navv.' urd.
user, asntrcinil *7k,.!.. I the Mme time I keep" my eye on whatever I substance of the brain, a kind of cataleptic BYRD C. \\'II.LIM,
I VmaUb vats victory, .....rwiter'.I.1 l I duty is going on( have our evening school I convulsion came on. and was repeated Navy Agml.j .
Way, -I.w.. warfare ftber&r_ wtleonM twice a week, and read the service in I at each operation, till the whole were'extracted. N. B.Persons dwpotie'l to contract, arc
we.., French and English every Sunday. My II ".When the first convulsiontook requested to state, in a circle bid, the lowest -
X.rtM, XiitM, XtatBM, Xa' ...f guitar Is cracked and jar abominably; but I place the doctor had his finger in the I price, per pound, for fresh Beef, Vegetable
\M4fu, yoitlwt y.y.omen yield ,.sryslli t tZeno' yon will not be surprised at thin when I brain,' feeling for one of the fragments, and and soft Dread, and per gallon for

Aid aU Z4iatr ZomnMr's coal, add that I hive been obliged to grease my was surprised to find tlutt the lacerated MUk. No, :IV

'IraeII.I.lallt arms appent.Wfhttn hands daily to prevent their cracking\ also] dura matter closet Y- onlra' tcd about it, till DY THE I'rUKSIDENT l' OF THL L'41'
of the the ceased when the membrane .
for i III the
such dryness atmospherethat spasm
rtha" Assail Festival i *T the Puila. relaxed TED: STATES,
o *.. Aadraw's nothing can. stand it." simuJuuicouMly ; subsequently on
d.rpbl.! Society WncnEAiby the Act of Congress, approved -
It also the or friend/. prodticinz tilt forceps. tUe same contraction
anxiety
Dr J. Gu.... may allay on the 30th day of June, 1834 the
All bail to(a*Uad wMrDi( \ heather !.(. ,,1.., and relations to add that Hearne found abundance several time recurred ro as to grasp President is uulhoiifccd to direct the
And bright fkro lk.valley. th. "rei.i I N fl-wloff, of game along] the banks of the the instrument, coming and going with the and Iteccher of the Tallahassee) Register Lnrrt
Who r.t>Ma Aed brerery I. wsavisa .... be.., biae htct..... be expected to be equally fortunate. Hid the wound wondreiaedij I the usual District, to make cale at Public Auction, of
01 of the Lot. in the town of St
Aloft o. the bills where tb. eagle! It one-fourth
4..1Ii. prudence, based on a long experience. manner, and the patient speedily recovered.
Tb.sot.nabs p'brs.h aorreelom 1..IIIi.If' also be relied on, he will all Mark. in Ihc Territory of Florida, arror.I -
Tb lark In the ski, Wee *%aiic.l VOJM.III.ioc their may spirits. In a word, his tank support is arduous :'ding to the plan of the Sun e>or General(
Sweet, mis,It.g with ncXM, from the wild woodland I 1 I! said Territory: row know ye that I. M-
-more arduous than had been imagined EPIGRAM: by Garrick upon Sir John Hill), '
rlsging of tile Untied
I President
To loved ..,ti i.. hOme then U nor ti.o l..,M, previous to the receipt of those letters; a LonJon apothecary and a writer of plays States DRtw JACKSON do declare and make known,
Thsw.wtharthr "ee., the deeds l of thy baron., but it could not be in better hands.' And -n w forgo Upn. |, ,Pul.licSalo hereby will be held at the Land
Lik seas. beaming bright from the .hhv U is satisfactory to know from other .For tha\a i Ii
*ky glory very physic s >l(-roe.lil* rival there scarce if, '
III. sing the r are of thy ", .!, j letters received by the committee of the I Hi ftrcetsre physic liit physic fiuee w." Office at TAu.auaasrn, in the Teiritory
Tbo.f h Urn spread his plsivbt' and dl.Une. thorram. 'ludoon's Bay Comp that ample! supplies I'lfrltl", for the disposal otle'undermcI.
1* have been since ilorwardea TO him ,a017131U.t..1ajii3NULaurcg : tioned \hits in the Town oCSr. MAR itA, FLORIDA
,
Y"."till wkiU oar hearts. our b<..na "...mo- which will support him through tho win I e MiUauilon,)-'-T1l lS suit has been on the"* fourth .Monday J Januaryiiert. -
tee. ter. Eerly" next spring he and his whole I instituted in tlic.Su- via: -
Os dar natal tie of*tr kmrts they T" LOTS numlrcd 1. S 0 13 '17.21 25 29
.
sun t r*? their ,
party win be set forward on return- John OI1i En. of I, Court 1':11Chabe&ud
Th t hints a. to<< 5c.t'.nd -On**.r, mo Mvsr, .1 perior ;-: 33, 37, 4l,4.ey 40,53,5>>?,61, 6d TV. dcC'pftCd. cambia: County by i
rVaridi ,
r..r said C..s..Iblottl.. I, 8l 85 89 03 97 101 105 UW 113 117
,
Still fhsodan and attachment. The defendant i* required
peace in its grew boom nestle, WJIWKBY TOO iaucx. -The following I L21and the
Dauld-hihjr pibroch, sad '''Pet saaad tliy. scription of a drunken row )from a North appear and plead at the November Term, 125 said, 8"< represented upon the
of the town prepared by
mast. Carolina 183-. plan:
Awl am;0,bat the brut wear th.bossy .!.. bo*., .'It appears paper that:- during a drunken frolic DENJ. D. WRIGHT, for Pltf. I Florida.Surveyor General of the Territory of

between dozen which Oct. 4, 1 S.U. 30
a or more aasocfttey ,
Ii The"wale will be kept open for two day
CAPTAIN HACK. was carried on with great desperation for along NOTICE M hereby /given to the :I only. '

Letters from Captain Back have been received time, no one of the party, how>var, of the Dank of l'en. acola, Given under toy hand, at the City of i
at the.office of the Royal Geographical Ming able to tell, at the close of the battle, that=an Election for DIRECTORS will ,Washington, -this, 21st Society 1.011101the latest dates being I the cause of the quarrel ; one! of the Individuals take place at the louse on time first A. D. 1&4.

the 29 of April laM, when the intelligence engaged in the fight, l his a part of Monday of January next, at 4 o'clock P. ANDREW JACKSON,
bad Just reached Urn of Capt.Ross's return. his lip, and another a part of ear. The M. By order, Vu the Preaident:
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Their contents are of a mixed character ear of one of the sufferers,was'incontinent JAMES_ CATLIN, Cashier. ELIJAH IIAYWARD .

1U and his' party were aU welL with the exception ly sewed on the lip or the j other by a Dec. Sth, 183. 3 No. 39Margarita Comm Itriontr.oftkt Gtneral. Land Of- t
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tailor who formed one of h. !
of Augustus the Esquimaux Inter- company.
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preter, who VroompanUd Sir John transactionwere ,
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Franklin |n both hi. fonrnies, and was now so completely intoxicated as to be entirely Samuel ,tf. Sin tli. NOTICE.A .

des by the Hudson's Bay company iriseruiblcofthoir proceeding suit hate\ l been commenced by writ T the'next Term of the Honourable the e
join '
\ to this third enterprise,but per THIS attachment, returnable to the next County Court of 1 eamba! County }
Isedhy the way The winter had Indeed, Toe"Earl of Munster, King William's. \il term of the Superior Court for:Feambia to Jw held at the City of Pensacola, on the
been extraordinarily severe.. ." We have legitimate son, was so intent In saving the County. The frndant and all other persons first Monday April next, I shall apply' II It
had- say Captain Back, "a moat distressing library of the Commons daring the late fire 1 interested arc required to appear and for the settlement of my accounts. the
winter In: this more than. Siberian>> solitude that a.part of the rafters felfjn before he;plead to the dechtrati Executrix of JOHN DK LA RUA decesr- C

when the animals have fled from us, was aware oils, and his lordskip's courage hENJ, D. WRIGHT for Plflt ed, and move to"be'finally discharged. C
u'.It 'were by instinct, and many retry would have net with an untimely,fate but I .Sept. 13 t No. CT '. MAItGARITA'DE LA RUA I,
many of the unhappy natives have fallen for a laborer, who seized the Earl by ,the Get 10, 1.831.. 3I- m Exz. d
victims 10(crates la situation the most revolting collar and literally dragged him wit of his Sank of Florid 7> THIS suit has been

Id human nature, ''1'11. fish also, on pernou sunathu, In doing which the laborer VK. > commenced by writ of NOTICE. 0i
,which 1 in tome measvre relied, left us t In dislocated his shoulder. lift will havea Samuel Fry.J attachment, returnableto the ,.
places whJ h we were told never before failed pair of epaulettes or be knighted, probably the next term of the Superior Court for LETTERS or Administration JOSwJIUTCHINS de- at
hire sat Enearnbia County, The defendant and allother Dr. ,
f we caught a.h. and daring for his service on that appalling
undersigned
.w whole seasan scarcely living creature ni.- ., persQns interested are required to ap- ceased,have been" granted to the lre,
estate
hal been one s i pear and plead to the declaration. > AU persoiis.btdebted lOMhe
aijen. ;except: on occasion a T$- a
Ten,'which In wheeling over the home startled /ZanaoA Mart and Oonttrniur Morrii.I % BENJ. D. WRIGHT, for Plff. will\ make immediate payment ; and those t
me with his Hannah No.'rt. Sept. 13 having claims against the ,estate, villpl'foflCna
croak so uurformly was More, in her diary recently published -jt and with
them authenticated
the sltenoe around' vs. Iran oat but when under the date' of properlY
London 1700,, tat,;: ofVctt Florida, in the time prescribed br Isw/ 4lp
it taw me It creamed, and again made off makes mention\ of Gouvernenr Morris .in
tfrtfce Western,Mountains in the the following "We SUPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA. OEO. P. BALTZELL.. Artm
dark. shade. ; manner ,had more tot
At No. 34
Ckambere August 2UA Oetober,25 1834.
It was speedily lost company In the afternoon that usual among 18111.I ,
My pntr ha been thus much dispersed others Mr. Morris, the i American George Knight t complainant,") .. T COU\\\-n 7 S cliana
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in' uMt ot food and Ambassador T. 111 Chance. o.
every messenger has to France! but he disliked the 1 'J\eheinolJOIIe
, ; brought me tidings;flf their" encountering French and they hint M. like*wine man,.1 I Antonio Ml- f rye OTHERS.
, severe privatlonn.1\ ('M,. 'M't.eod tan agent he came hKhec rather than remain, with,, rails, deceased,' defendant's. ) THE undersigned having! just n'crivrd ,r
of the Hudson's Bay Company, attached to: those virtuous rasxtUteans.. I WM introduced F r appearing to the natinfaetion the General Assortment of GBOCBHIEi 7,
t the party) and his family; are at Xhisi&om and had much conversation! with b ua. Court:, that the defendant' in the ,above *. offer them for sate at WMecale M' mgt
somewhere on Uw Late, fi.hingi&nd Hew a fine figure'of a man-though one of named ease do not .aids in Florida, Retail, a. the stonrYormerhr" occupied t?
you may imagine what 1&,costs me to see his leg hat been eaten up by a tiger t* but In the Wand of Cuba. On motion of Capt. Porsyth.; r
them aim' exposed to the rigours of this severest .We suspect that Morris himsaU was gull.: the rompUinanTs Solicitor it.Is ordered 1814.CEO.. WILLIS & ca
of all winter*,'for the mean of three ty of playing I off this hoax upon the goodold that publication\ be made in the'new.p M'I Dee.'0. No. 39 bhi
1 thermometers has been far below the lowest lady He equeMe I printed at Pensaeola, once a month for the .
we over."sustained our former'expeditions of aa aoeident, which happened to him in' spies of six ninths, that unless the tiefendant'e No.TICE.
After this narative yon may believe the streets of Philadelphia. .White driving;, within six months answer the S IX*weeks a""r'-.late, I.:will apply to f'lt
that tn eplte-of all my care and economy, hi. phtttoa, the horses took fright and ran complainant' Bill; the same will be taken the lion the Judge of the County.
some part Of the t>M>vt.loft hilt! "p-'fot out off and;' I* endeavoring to control*them,''proroofeMO. and the-matters thereof decreed 'Court Cflcambia.. for Letters of Mmini.tin '*.-
voyage has been neeemirlly consumed. he was thown with suetwviolmce upon the i aeeordinalv. (Test) on the estate GEORGE ORAHA"-
The most experienced man In the country pavement as to dislocate the sole joint and; GEORGE F. BALTZELL+ Clerk. deceased. RICHARD WOODS. e
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