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 27, 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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1. FENSACOLA, DECEMUkll: 27, l !li:i4. NO. 42.
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aIt i yVnN N came moreenragcJ lIthe contest continued: twenty tin** to go back and wait; anew. ny env! ious fnce; *:In bur streets upon these
-' Ills face wan ait red a* scarlet, and hii s At If'tllthhI'Y espied the being of 1.1I'lt uu inot able <<\a)*-a good deal of wklkmf
TIIU: 8LOfm" D HAT. whole countenance betra)'ett the height o f search lifts* a kind fashionable alt ant talking and shaking of head They ti
A Tbt C 1TlIY. pasaion, which strongly contrasted will imnl, frizzed!, i-ot-nitd, and adopting a peculiar .. i were, in truth, limr that tried pirl's toJit.I .
In the )eer Iff-, there appeared in tin e the calm and collided countenance ut thc! tie if the cravat. He crossed oter I Hut the" Ctrl were up to the work. They
Lain town of Potion, one Monsieur 1 li f. stranger. !itothe other side of the street, nhUcring I were the daughters sisters, and sweethearts -
who, from the account he gave o fj I This *elf-pon ti8ion was noticed by Lt> and humiriig an air, end was soon lost 'In of (),clI1ell, and manifested a spirit a
himself came to sojourn among then I Cam, and tended to Increase bis rage : her i ono of the Harrow cn>....- >tn>cU. He walked worthy<< of ladle who would not shrink or j
tot the purpYve of instructing: the Hobei shifted his ground and attempted to brfhg; on rapidly, as if to avoid cuminit; surrender, orglte up the last word. R
and steady citizens" in the noble scienc<' tho face of his ant of defence. He took lodgings in King o'clock and not half after seven should be
r opponent turned to receive him as steadily footsteps sounded not far off' but chan- ,
..ree" at the sign of the Cat and Parrot,,i', ai i if he muted upon a pivot, continuingto ; King all at tcc from the dl.politton of fur supper time. It w a* suggested that if they
from whence he issued bill card, gas ills[ act only on the tcfcn..I'fhe. attempt to that of'eldnes!, he !Riiu.l.lcnly stopped acre tan on culling oil half an hour (rein
notice that M nil hours of the day, he held I I of Lf Cain to blind the stranger by the nun short, And rAluwcJ sufficient time (or those| oils ,.nl of taw day n compromise might
hiouwlf in readiness at hw room to \ pursuing I I efftcleU by pulling it on the other. But
gnccsson appeared hat c succeeded, for he had In come up who were ciTVcluMly '
iu the noble exercise nf the broad t I no sooner turned him in that position, than him. it Uword. At the bottom of hU bill was ap- the KWuid of the unknow missed a Hall V' cries one of Ihim : "money" or ought with the day as it was ; but would
pended the following "Any gentlemanwho and he nvrnrdn deep wound in the swordarm. life !" not consent that the odious Factory clock
i I. BO good in to join in the amusement I lie still inaini.nned hm ground and "Eh 7 what: ? ih 7" nhouM lengthen it out *o unreasonably.
and escape three ccts without .. self pOI4 "..ionl>ut the cool and calm couei "Monty, or life !" They would be regulated by the town beD
, parry to ono attempt, will be entitled to i i tcnanro had: disappeared: : hiM face wan I And the months of two pistols acre prosentcd or the Academy bell, 'II' any well behaved r
twelve lessons gratis." This boast drew fliMMM, every muscle of hU fjowcrful frame << the one at his hut, {he otlxr ut time t>piece in the village, but would never
forth at once )'ou 11)){ bladed: Sit town. whoever i appeared to be bro't Into action : he shifted the height of his Momacli. I submit again to the languid movements of
"dun'd glove" or handled ("ill and hiKgrouiKlutli the speed of lightning, and : 'Speak a word! and you tho clock of the f:.tory. The bustle ws..
many In con-toqvicnce, \were the encounters his !blows were dealt with a speed and force. chimed' in the two < oice*. IIreAdea.lman"1 not wUliout its effect"' upon the clock itwlf.
with the dapper Frenchman. "It was all that showed. determination to bring tho :., For hem en'! wkc 1 hi melons were sensibly quickened, and
in vain | the skill" and activity of !Monsieur contort to a clots,. change of atr.11r1lii! :?thing to gist' )'0'". I j> '*. soon overtook the sextons watch, which
carried him through all triumphant. This an instant altered the opinion thAt Lc Cain watch and 'u... a pmeht>eck ono." had been the standard of true time, particularly -
success tickled his pride, and to gratify hid entertained of the skill of his antago- i I In Ilia; 'ootC, then, t:>y with your of meals and bed lime, for a good
his vanity, or more, perhaps, to extend i'nist. lie ahnndunctl at once his assault, and clothe!" part of a century y
his celebrity and to increase, the number of, relied solely on hi* defence. The stranger "Do, kind gentleman, I* content with Hi ill} the girls weredissatielledi i being apprehensive
his pupil, he caused a stage to bo erected :, pressed upon him. his fare assumed a dark my hat. I have of lute made the rlcarexlsaerifiee that when the excitement: subsided -
on the Common, upon which he daily- er hue, the muscle: of hw mouth contracted to rlothc mjself. My poor aged! the clock) would grow lazy again and
appeared, armed cap a pie," giving: challenge wiih every blow ho dealt, showing his mother denied hvrxpli her little turning! to forget to bnug along half after seven la rte
he was ready then and there to con- i teeth as firmly set a< a vice, until by a pay for in)' oiitrlt." season. All' difficulties, however, were
lend with naked blades against all new I weeping blow he dashed the sword of Le Liar 1 off with your cost, and (delay dually adjusted, (the Pendulum and weight
comers. This was a cooler-to engage in I Cain from his hand, which left him com-'; or elseUmm. t., commence, throw away probably becoming sureties of the clock
"friendly passage," with buttoned foils, plctoly at hit mr-rcy. Yield,' shouted the that \vitrlj." f!'!' !!f jool behavior,) and on' 8ttuxly
where nothing was exposed "but their vani- stranger, 'or die the death of a (foolish' There, th gentlemen ( there i It my morning. every thing excepting the time andtlc
was what had been and could be endu- boaster !' Le Cain, with quivering lip beautiful nptiline black coat sndeltt wn plnreil in' slams quo ante M/twn
red by the young gladiator of the town ; and T: >unu>naiire ashy pale, replied, I collar ; you cant a hundred and twmH. girls and shuttles and the watevwhtele
but to face thin gunpowder captain of the yield, I surrender all pretciuioni to the francs: for It IIny"11Cn. I( the tailor hn not I are-u. busy its ever In manufacturing cloth
Louises in mortal combat, was nut for a I science of defined but may I know to deceived me." : a hair: timer and better than at any otherI'setnry
moment to be thought of. No one ever whom I yield' 'Tint.: replied the stranger tt Now your >est," in the country.- :rltf' NItt.}
dreamt of attempting i II.( Thus Monsieur 1 ,\ 'ii not for you to know : to you, and b\\ould you send me away r* chenitr?" I.,tier.
Cain had his stage entirely to himself, 111un )- these good people( prfsent. I would say, I Now off with iho rest."
which continued daily to renew his am a me'uucngt'r to punish presumption..' (' Oh mereifii] heaven I the cole pair Poor NaUJr'n flrl.. nfW-Tbe streets
challenge, giro point and cut direct upon lie then drew his cloak on, ulling ''J possess I for piiy's sale, gentlemen r>f London am Cl11f poor, rafted, and
the empty air. Inn hat don over Irma eyes, leaped from i for pity !I" A peal of laughter nnuwercil imt.night children hoe parent, them-
It was at one of t'|< toe daily exhibitions! I' the plnlfi! >rni. and immediate disappeared his uppht'&lion.> ) And the sameoieeton- arises |poor, And a* indisposed a* they are
when an usually large nu'ubcr'! were I I'I in the streets of the town. tinucn, nnahln to (iroTklo for their children, end
looking on 19: witness( his dexterity in culling .I'', V"i6 ::'::' !individual was, who WM afterward ",.\wa)' wlih )ott, and hcw are'h01\ you them out to Pilfer and to gather what they
and flourishing, and listcuinj to tln I .* designated the Slouched Hat," wan look behind )uii." run from the wretched gleaning of the
oft repented: challenge that The bird j'l'ui.ed! of his IIII-I mrreu of a city. You see them every
a man slept not known until curs aftcrw arda, w hen it no Htiangel) ; {
out from time crowd, and very coolly walking I was certainnd that it was Coffee, tho re- mage, wjisvcii nut fur aess_ Injetrtmnt. ,| w here." Like rTrmin.cl' "*.e of birds, that
forward, drew his glove from bin hand gicide. who, n.. it it well known, was concealed He awl on Tiis court, ropflled forwent follow the I'loi'gn for time worms that are
and cast It upon the'put form, in token of fyr a number of )'c.lr..ln. this country by the fresh morning: breeze, and a slight j lurnrd up in the new made furrow, or. that
his acceptanceof the Urn challenge lie from the vrngtMiiee of Charles II, the crack of a whip which descended on hitsshuuldera wander over the field iu pursuit ffln.ecU,
was completely enveloped in a large dark IOn of the murdered King,-Ded/iam Ad,'. us he was turning tho first cor1ner. so these erevurei live on the crumb of theutriet.
colored cloak of coarse material! which, lie received the following j They are ianirant, they are depraved -
lathe act of drawing his glove, fell open, A MOHT'S ADVCNTURB. by the earliest post a billet, thus .morning I| they are thouioh there is nothing .
and disclosed to the view of the astomaheAbystanders Hist! hist! are you mill there" Con! idertoiff you as much n coward ( loo filthy or too wltl'tor\ thorn. They
a ponderous broad sword buck- "We arc, both or1 It, have you seen. its a m\ indlerJ I contrived last lil hl to Sot I abound more eupcrtally In certain districtsof
led to hit thigh, that,judging from in: size, him?" my two journeyman, Pmil MiJ Cirmtnn across -| .. the metropolis, where the pour are cenrcz -
would be D.elf'l".ln' Itny but the hand* of Yen, the wretch I I have tried for the your path, cuih furuiihcd'"wiin e ; :ed. They are a cIlia of human
Willie Wallace" or a "Douglas of the last time tti obtain from htm-you know chocolate pistol. You might have supped rings, A* low aids bad a* can be, and
i bloody heart. This, together with a slouched what ; he received me no better than usual. off them. I tad them previously attested : for which a* yet there. JIG redemption.
! hat constituted the whole of hi. visible Su now, since extremities have become iu-1 by my worthy friend, the commissary of( Their misery, In the great mass, It unaA-
costume lie appeared' rather above the dillllClt!| $.lbl"l lot us proceed a* agreed upon. )I police. You referred restoring the clothes'prtwrned and untouched by the scheme de-of
common airf, with a form that declared Kirm.mn: courage, my boy 1 'Tw close with which load furnuhed you, and lot benevoleoce. Nouiing can exceed their ,
his strength and activity. upon the stroke of twelve ; he.will then go which you had refused I'R) ang mite gradntKin. There may beother conditions .
The Frenchman at first appeared utterly out : follow, Vi'ti you lICe him enteringa have done right, fur ,we are now quits I;ufhci)> !nlm, in Pngair lands, as low, because \
confoundedJat t this unlooked for occurrence) dark 'nJ deserted street, then pounce uRn Get angry, 11 you choose, and.receive the I liku exposure bring human nature b
but recovering himself I I" a moment' he, him, hand to wrist, and make him deliver felidtations of f your very bumble servant, the Mme place, but nothing ctnbe lower.
with the politeness: and urbanity of hi. nation up the object in question. No pity, my Yotlt TAU.O"II:Tho the poor basest and of the human deprived kind.ef a great A view city of, I
invited hU daring opponent (a ascend friend I swear that you will have none." I are doubtless lie''a.
the stage. The bystander, when they had We swear!" A TUHS OUT.DUBINO them. m they an, would
recovered from their surprise at the challenge "Tie well ; shall be near at hand and I I the last week thcie w'a. tome excitement frightful as it would be disputing. .; /- t
of La Cain being in this village occasioned by a ,t
accepted, were' very watch the result I" /
eager to ascertain who thla fearless being The three individuals thus conversing :Tvaif OCT In the Factory It is ..underlilood'tl&at 11 j LAW Atncnerrt." You have all heard of .
waa Who" heT' and "wbat I. ha?' did not present the ordinary resemblance tho great cause of complaint with the!i CouVellor llig< were questions reiterated from one to an- to malefactor One of them, he who' Operative* wa the obstinate tar,iuc** 6f tb adroit in defending a prisoner
other i but who he was or what he- was, no would appear to direct the enterprise, seemed -'i old Factory flock, which would not point l would sometimes almost laugh down1 smI
one knew,.and no one could tell. No one to be a good sort of citizen, well clothed # to half after seven* In the etching, until I indictment.for small offence. A fallow,
had observed him uutil he had separated healthy of honest dimensions, and nearly half, an hour after the ajnivlika u r (one Smith) Using on trial for stealing .
from the crosgd to accept the challenge. A* such a pne as you may see<< every day jn those who watched Its motions, hurt convinced lutkry' the councilor attempted to give ss; .
flU Le Cain, when ho found hlmoll driven any frequented'street, with a full handkerchief them it was sapper time. Itemootranee .1 I good humored turn to the a/fair.' ""Why, j)
to the issue upon hw own 'terms, with a under his arm, or an empty one In were unavailing; for the clock had I t' foiMfrmtt; of the Jury,"eald he, &III.' I*
crowd, witnesses, among whom were a his hand. Something observable! lathe friend wbo preferred it to any -of lUrneaecomrnodotUgahronometcrs r'' resells a"very small affair I wonder'toy"I'oiu ,
number of.hi* of whom gait,- starched: look, and apparently disjointed which went ? weuurtif-o bring such e. complaint Into '
had be&rdbia repeated-boastiugs! he',was haunches, would wad yew to believe alldw it to be any time that inqtwrrn might" we are going on at this rate wer' '
determined that tbll unknown who in his lust this man employed himself at choose to halve It On Wcdnonday: evening- thai bars business enough on our band .
I Ii which the fair ( raanTfete ihcfr contempt Why I recollect when 1 was !. opinion,waa hoping to disgrace him, should some very common trade, that we ppera tel thin
pay i dear for his temerity. With thesethoughts. may make no mistake, we shall not yet of the eloelf, toy lYwr'-the preference thai noIhtnEwaa RIOT common to go
in hU mind, he addressed the I I name.: to a tin wlmistte, which they eumadered out a (foraging. We used to have Dya .
stranger( i Vou shall play a Woody game The smaller of the remaining two had a better time-keeper"' and when that good supper In this way. We-did not get 'fA
for thli, sir broad rim.'* I am here, repli-|I one of the most grotesque faces you can I instrument wa* shrilly blown for haW'at.. the pout y too often, In the same-place :
.4 the unkown in a ctear'voice,*, to punisha j conceive. ills projecti proboacislrussed ter seven they put on their bourn U, blowout and there, was no harm done, no the
: this
vain boost t let the remit be.. God WIU..' [: up between the eyes might prove that na- their Vghln. and politely bade their found. Notwithstanding appeal,
_Well spoken," said Le.jCain, his face!" hire had not forgotten to make some nose oversteis good night, just as the uiinute jury convicted the prisoner. After,the. : at
reddening with passion! at the stranger for the convenience of spectacles ; his hand of the contemned timepiece" pointed Court rose, one of the Jury n plain i.
coolness, tut are ym aware that your 01'[ -' mouth was encircled with scanty end large i arXII, and hour hand at Vll-a good fanner meeting the in counsellor the defeats, eornplrnealsJ ,f and- ItI
poaant lathe best ordsman la the country teeth, and add to all thls:-he was hump half hour before the usual time of finishing ingenuity" i .
labor Th next morning a now, squire, said ho, thing a knowing
? This information did not produce backed. Oy the unsteady glimmer of a daily I
that Le eat proposed for their rendmiiwlon \,I look upon him, "1 should like to ask you i
then, effect/ upon the touched hat lamp swinging in the night wind, itwasnot wu ;
Cab evidently intended it should. In the impossible to that the kneen and those who would not profess then a question ( which road do you lake lo t .
4tne provoking 1I.1&d eien voice he replied. night of the. dwarf glanced with delight upon faith in the ftrtory clock, were allowed a going home, the upper or""lower 7"-The I
"your language, myrock sparrow, well I a pistol which be held in his right hetyday for consideration, Mont 'of the lower, said the J eoUMellor.wanted to W observe.U then that It'sno i'
faithle and unbelieving matter t only
Becomes profusion t but young man. hand. operatives wev '
sour and ,. his I and their back upon the Noose of If you were going ny way, 1 would jet
youhadbrttar tj jour boaaiiuga, t The thl: lock houM.'Jlform
and Jien
that shuttle and spindle, they assembled themselves jug'oit. before, up my
ave your; strength, for I assure you conformation, partook in some man- : ( tor.
yon will! ate,1 It nil t" tet-ady your eye,and ner of a relationship between' his two associate together at the tall of the. stage -t t
guard your rJlm'Cb sword' of the fiery *. Gaunt withered, sod eadverotu tavern, and fell to choosing officer, ape The Swedish roterament>> were>orbe; .
tanckmau\v4 iiithtatlied in a minute looking his left arm raiseir, as if to point pointing committees, making speech; what embarrassed with"theatkirota Cept.Lindabergy .
lie stranger cooly followed his example.: I' I is weapon atM breast of a giant, it gave and passing relOla oD'. On ui 'dsy abet I who was scdteftced to death for '
This eosin ace i* not tube borne,' raid| IASTain him no distant ifwemUance: U> a nbbet the nnt, matters of high moment wise a seditious libel against 'the king. He ie.
imumg bill.ello a punture of attack? Ever and anou.he ,was juakioi Wit Jt agitated a gd imoorunr negotiation* car* fussed a reprieve, repoJIatlnf! the boon of. P
defend yourself itiul,lu commenced a >uteu -, fume cold, ur fear 1 It struck the hour of Tied on, in a style of the most approved Ufe (turn such h nd>: ,
attack upon Uio stranger. The one;, mid I ght. diplomacy: Tlie protocols, tJUrnative*J A lomiuitio occurrence reocatly/took 'i_ yw
ru ell Are euut imr' 'tuo"ity-the1 oilier, From a house well known 10 Ihe gparterofytt. and Xihinwtun bare not tense to band. neetluxsmtnrg. A lidy was I ..
: Mr. young ,
They will probably be transmitted to place rs
ool Frenchmen vilently ot nearly
and f'tlldt'ktd. The Martin slowly poured
wken she
Clark: and lobe mu n by n dog ofs.gentlemen to
Iauh.. St. Clair ,
bad Uttt lv In arti whiles suborned Individuals Sparks, or) w
fi \nut" vity. dozen men } the two betrothed. The lady died of hydro _
of DocuRieoiAry w*
41 aireii:ih anti self jx u<.tolL of il>. <-ihT ever on the alert, went tawing at Intervals embodied lathe fcujto volumes! and the lover blwr out hie brains
appeared to render him fully h i* t'( '..nl.M for the PUr UM' of recobnoiurmg from I History distinguuhrd about to be published documents by and w. tuned: in the MUM grave ...mtbJe,1I4111Wra
*ai. who had depended upon hn superior the dark alley which they Lad chosen for L'nclcSJam, that patron ,,,.
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: :. whet' whatever : the rational Jt.rree-.
had taken promote
returned and found
Castoff arrived this ntoroing from. Havre, when lie that this Jpor
.. .. ordered lain the of his lions of Life, it i* presumed
on peril ,
llth -of November place :
.. a"i to the will
\ ,..;. .. '. .., ., .0, t. LONE bringing the paper following Intellifftncfc j- life in he sitenf to his dtecorery Having nal,-possessing,' aa the projeetoi'oiJI ,
giving sent irffa courier to the Court ample meant to diversify Its F ge,.anJ a
in Ufc last Parts accounts, that lai mediately
DAY LATER. FROM ENGLAND It is stated determination lorNld fit subtervient to
'.'i. I., the fluke of PMaMo,. the forts r Minister with The news, he received orders ee pro'teed the formation of a correct taste in all
T& Merrill hal been entntwcd by the to the Isle Saint Margaret with his pn-
strip Victoria. Captain arrived of the Interior,
M de matter relating to Its design,-faruot
at,th* port of New,York, on Frkayi King with the formation of a new Ministry, pllwho then became hispriaoner.that he, tootalw.y. Tail to meet with a liberal and creditable
She brings London dater which will be composed as follotrg: Saint Mar repeats frequently
from nn enlightened community in .
rans'or the unfortunate support
miter of tho I the :
M greatest
h of llth and Liverpool of the 12th tilt. The Duke of Dastno, of the eountr1 he d lbcul.
the furnish ,Interior with the Presidency cf) the Council youth ; ho speaks of the gentleness every quarter
These Journal say Courier suth a be
of his character, and of the resignation ty of sketching out a plan might :
from :
additional Spain I
no cd ith of the charms
which strew w any
alDcrlin with which he supported a captivity fancifully
and the only item of Interest they contain M.; Hrenson, at present Envoy and
it popularity en-
was only id finish at his death. of novelty to ensure
of Minister of Foreign Affairs.KeneralDemard .
are those from Part on subject a formation has been not the least frnbar
the War Drptrtmsnt The_per u mil of the manuscripts of M de couragemcnt:
ef a new ministry- following. 'hIh'the >rtjcior of
and obstacle j
r M. Tate MislsterofJJomnierw.M Saint Mars, left upon rne a profound racing
: are. extract. t PARW, Not. 8. .Sauzel,Minister of Public ImurnclumM .. most melancholy Impression. I was 'obliged" this work had to surmount awured in however its inception, that
of lUlU to read; attentively but with rapidi- Peeling confidently
Innumerable : .have been Persil Minister k .
arrangement its character be.cornea
wttaour duty to forget matters like its I* certain, when
Minister ( Marine.M. 11)1& success
tornpoeod M. Charles Q
talked of, but no new ministry was Dupin they hate already
these confided to our discretion The clerk properly
of Flnar
Minister :e.
De .
al twelve last nllht.-Jpurnai l lt Pasty,
DeIII. i The Chambers were to be mediatefyconvoked "who made acopy'of Ibis i important document Incurred considerable expense: in COI mini

Marshal Souft he arrived 1'.,"'.. H and law of amnest. r; prturjilw b named. Xtnyol| and believe reside correspondents over be Litton of the and best hate.
attend Council ai for their roncurrencePAKM '. still in .rii. 'Hie late M; Ganbult, also ordered regular supplies selected
went to a
r Ah immediately* Tullleriea. and there is no doubt that ; Nov 10-The lIMO acement of .Prcieot of.. War read M well as myself the English periodicals to assist In procuring

the Ineflactnal presidency 31...Humannaa the, formation 6f a new NI try under original. I teltete that M Labiche chief materials for ita column
.epHemcral tea tnat of;Mole; ccucd 'J1\8' Iljutyino/ causal a sadden decline in clerk, did silt likewise It i* altogether feasillc, when a new

k, jnoment he entered .the Council.-CoiisUtotionneU the tilde, and a further development;-_ In the'Memoirs of Marshal de Riche- publication is (contemplated to prcbiiitin:

.. pected lo-raorrow, Three percents/ opened detail to the public its pronperthe ottrac
The Ministers will\ remain In omce\h at 100;' 19, closed at 160, 30.HAVRE pbat. lions It is nccffwaiyr tioAcrthelws, tbttit
:Duke de DrogUe President of tb> Council Nov. 8,-Co on'.-\Vehaverecrivcd ; the life of the Man In the IronMa..k, which principal fcatuns should\tc dram n tel,

National.!. .. from Nrw.York, by the Charlemagne agree u lIb the recta ralated by.M de faint cur it is bj them that its m..rlUit it bill..
It Is positively asserted that an the new and Silvie de Urasic 1JOI balesThe MarC, According tt) Soula'i.'. account, ny, shall he juJjjcd This i lIS the ruor

combinations have failed J hat M. Itnmanr! sale during the Meek amuvntHo 6503 Mademoiselle de Vnlois obtained/ the secret i readily fctcoroplWicd, the publishers beir
takes the Presidency and remain Mmirtei, bale, as follows 2728 Louisiana at f22a from 'under an infamous cojiditioji I satisfied that Vfhateer: industry cud a

.+ of Finance( Ouillenunot Minister of War;' fU7 50 ; 6t) do .new"crop O45 ; 231 ; sthiehhow ever, she no sooner was watchful zeal can effect In ,completing tie
the other ministers retaining. UteirofficMMessager. Georgia Upland, TlOfl a 140; \\0 do no new possessed of than she communicated it to filling tip, will be done 'und jnst they t. ,,'

crop n3,00; till Mobile, f123 a 13150; her inter,. the Due .devKrcheliru, It is er will be.found deficient or neglcttful m
7 ,PASI, Nor. Q, I 534 llatmmald.TenfK't.! r., f 117.50 a 130 I therefore not surprising that the latter tie prosecution of this cnlcrpnre, and lu

The lint political meeting for the ssseoi : 300 Y'ciftla.n30. hould hmo mentioned i u to his secretan suit irg to produce a tK-nefif'lahnd profit

..,took place on Thursday evening, In the M During Ihe first days of the week the I am com incvd that. Voltaire- also knew the Lie mult to ifienmejvis: sad to others.
loons of the President of the Chamber or demand wu"brisk'and animated. feru. truth THE DlAMAvA\ill form a jnatcrUI

Deputies. The viaiter arrived late, bin tutors and ipommiarten iwrtnmw have The son of Count Mon tain rt ought to portion of the Ccwtlemen's Fads MccumU .

In'a few instants rooms ereU1ed with aljnaolt been induced tif make newpnrrhtran, in I be In poswsson of the cop nude of the' intended to puKlith.alternately, e\ei)'
IKs the whole,of thpae men those fens consequeuce'bfadvlcosreccitca from the I manu'cnpts-of dc Sajot: !Mars : for his week nn entire play nnd fcree-tu I 1.0 relecteA ,

and hopes are founded.upon>> the paeserva. baited States"and the- smallness of out father preserved, with great care, nil the with U IIlngle eye to thcipIeri.." a.
t .. tionotthefallofiBeMuuAenMpltoyable: ,ti\c:1ti: which-continues .dumniftliing Th historical documents winch he'could_ procure lone la preference howeterviU be extended -

,,Among the.members.tq thi. ministry, Mr, last rise since the recommencement of purchases ." in all cases, to native productions

I >, Pcrail alene appeared M the meeting. lit is estimated of form ) to rentlmei! ------ when they.can be obta iued. Ind'ptnd'Rtrrilldsms

.''Wu for s tone time engaged.iii I tete-atet< on Inferior and rortvnt qualities',prifeipally. i StJ1J13 E E1U' 'N1att. carefully excluding all invidious
E wltft tlt.PreadesiplthaLCAamberof Pern I Since Thursday sates hate beeo len comparisons, and recommended by their

I glad the ptlU curiosity that vial Inspired bjHhi brisk, though price have been very firm, ''.L 1r1188. s breuty, twill be regularly insetted,-1 .
*htapering dialogue as well as for thiabseiel ih holders endeavoring to obtain nighti side Biographical Sketches Ajurdofw.
:of xnxtety *o approach the Keepe rates for what they still have on ha nd. On 'I'"E SUBSCRIBER' begs leave to in- and Bon Mots, of prominent) Ctomtdianaolthe

I ,,:W the SWUs. ,'might have appeared to afigeUTj Saturday at 'Change more recent ..adicl'llrrom the ) the.I ublio that he has olitained present? and poet ages, of which a rare
Patent of JOHN S'i'AGNER'isnewly .
bM of what consequence have empress the United States were circulation Right and inexhaustible compilation iata store
lumens been for the lant few days, .- brought by the silvie de Grasiir-; which: left | Invented TRUSS, for the cure rllq"i4 THE Tt'Iir-.A faithful'If cord will he
Among the persons of whom thin hw'n- New York on Jhe 17th Oct. 5 all the accounts for South Alabama and the Territory kept of all tbo Kunning and 1'rotting
roes meeting was composed we observe received confirm the preceding one. of Florida t and offers his services to matches in this country und Egnland v Diogfnphies '
the Presidents of the Court of Cessation, The name complaints coAtiniieJ of the all who may be thus affected in Pensacolaand and correct Portrait of celebra

and the Ow,r Roy alt L the Duke of Baasano crop,which will be of a very nixed quail ns vicinity. He warrant a permanent ted thorough bred Horses will b .* ,' II. Gilbert" des Volslns, M. Earths, tyi The .Cotton arrive tery slowly: al care In a short time. A sample of once a month. E\tTf fuel relati\e to the
and a great number of df t1c.-leMn. market, and prices continue very high; this Truss, with ample testimonials in (a- breeding, nmnngcment, keeping' and fee
Odllkm Barrot, )Maurtam, Irambert, Ma Some vessels. are announced, but their lading I your>f its eCUaoy, may be seen at theeto..41r diseases of this inwliiaCTe animal, stills

.. tier de MonUan.Merilhon,. PetetdejaEosere : met with considerable delay. ,The* CMVill.. <* Co particularly selected. *
Etsmne, ,Vivien, dke. ', accounts appear to beof a character to keep ll. B. TAYLOR.
SPORTINGVndcr this caption will ke
i : The private conventions, and .the:< prices. up, if net' to cause them to advance;" Peitracola! Dee. 27.-'ltfI of "

forte, shed an air of contr' lot and un*..l- : enumerated account _) Shooting__',..,.,
Sew on the physiognomic for a long time, 'Dacoderr'yr;;;; Alms 1 fist Iron I I' AAYCTtsement. pedtfitrian seats, "YID" tnm1DR&e..A.nu ,
''The re-composition of the Ministry formec, Mak The Gantte de France boa pub- Aquatic Escnrsifrtw: Plsliing
/ttte topic of all the conversation,'and It lished a letter written by M. A. Billiard, TO TUB PUBLIC. with Anenlotc "( noted Dog r
i Tt i I.* how about forty jearf Mince the late HEN'S FASUJON8 qusr- 4
.'seemed generally to be believed that Messrs formerly Secretary General to the MlnUieiqf CEN'fL
Interior which would tt cleat 'XDr., ; SamjelXee Windham, Conn. .'ew will l>e procure explaa tory
--Their, Gnrcot, humane &c., Would ac-. the seem > terly re .
t a--c.Jt\ their portfolio again\ up this long chejrtsbed' mystery, in way (now" deceased,) began to"furnish the public of rte various improvement and champs

\,, Towards the and of the evening Mmar t IQftk.ieDt1Y.1rteDOUf. The .fatter being! mtlOt's "LEES W1NDUAM which costumes worn in the fashlonobl cir-
{ < Dttmond and Mauguta became the eentn dons into Englis rates siTefpws t.-; .' PILUS, or.Pa1lJilJl''fJ' dies ct nt"mly undergo by which It.will
group, lathe midst of wokl HTne secret dt the mania the Inm blab 'ie. Through the agency be rendered an easy ...-rc- drapers Uci

two orators performed .a toil ,01 r will dofibUeaa be anon dueldetd| the Oov' T.homat of.MnE' Liaulon. Cimn. thell"estetmc'llili" tailor at a distance, to wit their customer
r'bl"/ of the app.# ehlng session TH I,. eminent having lIIuborizedbf e iTuruiintior .ranch ,.. Pill, or family with the moat approved cniort and modem

,t' pur opposed te M. .Dutnondts'the 'of tb. ar hlve of the Foreign O/Tire up to Physic,. hare'continued ever since they" dress at all possible period Pro.viding
1 defence*f the system of the Doctrin the reixnof Louia,,the FiAceif h inclusive. were made known to the. public to give sufficient\ encouragement shall be

I .I N"rather a piquant Jocularity than i iaerleu .I In the mean time permit me Mrelate.how general satisfaction tho who have made I/given by this portion 'of the public, a full
{ : .argumentation.' The majority probounded I came to be acquainted !the truth regarding use of them tchm rMtuntd, genuine but length engraving illustrative of the Mine,
t ..' hi hor01 the la tier. t M. Dumont this my.teriousperwnago.- Monsieur I It Is unfortanale for the public, ai well as will also be' prepared and published.
de llanterlve gaanOaii'ci/ the .to the proprietor of thU relebrated niedi-
will be more successful in the Chamber Unwlf archives l\IIS'ELLANY.-Altheuh the purport
clue that these Pills have often bccUcounterfitfd
than in the saloons of the President. was very intimate wit| Coant Mon- of our sheet may appear to be confined '
,The above BttU.scene lasted,auliclentlf! talivet of tbe'Interior under !Ito Imperial and many families have had a to the font lending subjects whit have been
.long to have made a diversion to the preoeiupation Government' 'Attached thi Cabinet fit tpKrioiu article put ttnort; them, when they!Hated-We deem, it '.,to.n'to'.y. that : ..
which It had been ,, this Minister I WM often required to (supposed they.had obtained the genuine
< by preceded ropymanuscripts \there will brk h> addition to these, a considerable -
t iSTiu .rrl.al.ol Lord LanadOWP4t put an enc confided to him by M de Nan I article and It U a lamentable fact,.that spewed for Micrclfaneov i
-souse/mw pnce
to It, and.the a,ar(, recommenced, Th< .., 'as well aa to collate others With the DniegiMU will purchase the ape-> :I matter*-such o a. Talcs:-Poetry-an Epitome -
rIO, .rtiele; (kno1llnr them to be-such-
evening terminated a* it had begun name- originals The most carious yf these was '
r>f New*-tut of Hotel in this uty,
ly, by whispering and dtm meti.-Courfler the relation writtenby.. M de, Saint Mara ,and aeff them ;'aa the! penninearticle, for and Place of'mullftnf'nt-8tt\tistln-tlle
i the Plltraln of two or three dollars on
Francaia himself on the important commission with
market oC.Llat stork
( DiaooKTiirra or rpt OrtaaTro*.-Wstaled <, which he was charged. It formed a' little ,each groca they purchase The proprietor -grain oC Broken Dank-Counterfeit prices Nags\
of thin valuable medicine consider It his
yesterday that oa the 1of Novem, book membljag a school boy't copy.Then Detn lor_and all other matter, regarding
bar come black flags had been placed on th cannot exist the slightest doubt\ of Its au duty! edvyrtising tie at a very great ex-. which'an Interestnay be supposed to exist

,tomb of two of the deceased.insurgents 01 thtnticrtf;' If my memory faithful (fui pense very extensively at Imme or abroad.; i v
and that almost framediatelV Ins two since I had 'tkUpTtcioua the newspaper! the different' States, to .
ApriL they wr now twenty years tb*
'Jlns work than an will by !
removed by tle eomnussary of police ., \ document In ny JucSa;) M deSl.Dt faard them H,,.ifnstt>elnr{ longer<< lerposeti aboie ,of its probable charttb'
explanation \
OhM cemetery.We learn that a placard de Mart said that be dw rId Ii bird..' upon by hn icy' counterfeit or 1ptIri. '

ter,.I is particularly designed aa a companion
)Cant's tt"t$: Olfttirm. when they aakftrthQfe&jR"
with i the foUowiaf\ 'inscription was.I tyto meta the reUtkut foC W tWaainnai # ; for the Of thaTvrf. the Drank,
tI placed upon tits tomb of one to&the deceaad .- sake M well as to render a.ae.....'.c.dII I << : .'* a"Ietea order that the .:Bportm- she patron Fashion :&4titc.. It -"WprllTe.tltl
l which.h0 had; hie tIn. c0aQ tatrniabgprotected: from such ,
whose name was Daillyj mamoe/ia MfBlei >. 2 \ of facts
k oa all publication
4 <" f BalUy( ,aleep W peace thou mu,t sljsi ironIle was the guardian of the Mao In rli'n.lhe'sttbeeriber (nowpro- will ho authentic tie ready Record of Reference
-' :..tlry blOpd for the holy cause of'liberty!! tae D.Mftt1a from the moment eTcae Jat-. PripufbeA .$viubrated. Pills) sign his for Gentlemen and
i Thy dcmin was to frearna'front the yoke 01';ier> d4wq .M.ther how :ef hi* death.: ijJ. B\t! .'lalJe Thompton"on Travelling ,hotel
should be in
tha : oppressedTby .. Rosin, d J iV; entelopeat(4ti.WboSd consequently kept every
} tyrants y-wno a wa .rest 1'.memhH'poriHt1y..Claa pnacaal
in the Ie of notke -
United !biates. It worthy
around each box ef the
>baanotbMaahedinvain. No I I )ents of the relation of M de gaiat Katltb .
r:' a (>VIudt>smV Tt\liov Pius ,that its patron, In the course of OM
Jar wa swore over taJs earth which coven I was predicted to the Queeu.An. of Austria geswrxa
< -, thee (and.. now renew the e th). U> re'I that she should bring forth.* twtaa,.. gmig?Ayaic. If purchasers! will only !j ear Will be furnished with. fffry-twp which popularPlayiand '

f ,, vaage tby th.an4'W'Mn&l day of ten., which.should one day be the cease of graai' ,! !1ctJ,, d'' t<\ jnqolre' for' 'f Aartlp+on'a Fan-.h. price of would
genes shall arrae, we .:will publish to tits I troubles in the kingdom. TM Queen'.waistraek i h VndJbr careful to observe thatzJ1eh'gth separately, at allYor our bookstore*,
1. signed on the rode be at least THI.TUK ?.IIowa'-. | Here there
world those sentiments. which are now con- with this prediction... Armed at tk ;
fiiftd to pyr' ;'own breasta lent the wind,, 'moment of her'accoucnment, aae. was delivered :Fae1L tot. In his. own hAnda i<& an absolute saving;often" dollar /in

should spread them. abroad, and reel, of a boy, whose.butlurM. verified !moo lure of obtaining. the' purchase of a wett-totwl"Dreniotic Librtry smeB"
to be had for
should be borne'back, on, the wings oft after the o1lci&J.mod. v,,< :: 'af.t tu Jr.bogs -I an ttdpreaadented tMtnuItiplieJ
horrible storm,' and fall upon our.'owl I When the Court, attendants tad miNd mentioned Pill's may he had of sum -not taking into consideration 11.0'aecompanY
beads "dtc. 4te. k with of her immetaat .' variety; which
the exception own mWff he respNt be| Druggies through.rths.Unitsitt it without additional charge I Tailors who
o 4. The inscription was svrronnded by re.presenUUons -. aervsnts, the Quest was ap1D..1M ankh" Stale, 'and of the subrcrFBaKtlptoprictoc desire? l\lifer-
to prOt'ttrtl'and correct
,,. of.tears, each as are fixed l the pains of labor'and was eooo' delrcteed ,) at New- London Con.Ititu er will fiod
'atlon the la
upon ,the mortuary cloths { they wen I of a second prince >to which immediately t- .' ISAA(1'THUlpSON.Oa1t this invaluable change .Dress
palaVsd blood color..and the whole wen called end seemed ae UrJo..terlrV the pre! an guidcvTHKucATLCMtK' \ will
,surrounded ,by a bUek frame, which waiseteed. !.diction which bad beee sMaa tor hesV fa \.) htr\n'lkYt iie fe.eu;:'I bo Vot MCCVM Ve,
and with the black ancient It considered '. published every Saturday fine tape-
together flag;i our juvisprtideaea wee limb 'nl DramatlsLiterattireSportingtV
deposited ta the hands of the Proeureur dt r that the last born twin wads Jhe'efcfettJ .It 7Ptf* (" "i01l1 and various rial paper, of the largest elas., ..Uhn't'tkila"'Wr l -
RoLj.Co.trler do Lyon. I was decided therefore o'conc et 'la second!" ..1.s : annum,'ta aaLiui- ADVAKCI.Dv .
We have already mentioned that the aa. birth t and the Infant wee deUrared'to M de dlatsawt.andamusegient I Ir enclosing a tits DOLLAK HOT to tbs

creel vessels had been stolen from th..Saint Mara, who was ecdeied to depart r //.bou.i eirs* of'January, '1833,',will:be publishers, postage paid two copies etdle

I church of Villenibann{ the same specie. immediately for Dourgoyva whert her hail l eotnupeacedln PmiAbcf, a new pert, paper will be forwarded to any dirscuooordered /

'.f aacrllega has )118bee" committed in th''. a reatdeace. .Arrived oaths aM o tIUiII odicL bearing the above cemprehanaive Utjes for one year. It it reapeenW
..churches of Deltas and Chapon est. .Thwretcfeea man sutpec d ...... *Ita fontenta will be carefully,adapted requested that those who desire to inbtcn**
vwio cowaaUtccI these cYime. which came from the Quart tialikaittl 10self. ......, to, )w4ntf'OUta' portion: of the publicaraojpatromsQ for this Journal will forward their nW*
; .".. threw the eonsecrtte4 waters Into the pub" Profiting by a mnmmMajT ilaeam '>p"AM4to Lrmunnic; tho l'iDaworliauoly-tb. term will be *tnctlTihered *-

.Iie : ... '.... of M de ajirt Mara, he formed Open tiha tact T raSrptige.e.J1ItJIe FASHIONS From to ....
'I ,of a catt&et in which that peraOV sapf ak the. TQdD{Wealth and inerejuing population Address bMlTII ALEXANDEKTHCNUN f.
: : LATEST FRO;( FRANCE. letters i and he read enough to 4iacovei of the United States, and the hear .assimilation UiiLoiKca, Fsanttus Pt..CLrrsSDCLrMI

The.Packet' ship Francois I.. Capuli, who in reality he was. M de Saint Mars; of the national app tit*' with .. '_ __ __ c_ -



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.I:>.. .wa.-The estimate suhmttted last fall for i atitAod the .committee have mud a good EDWII Fouur.-W.have loeg'thought,
11 13 'N Ji a tit f)'it'1.1.! this work was at the time deemed hue
amply commencement-they gone for the that even the test friend. and vraimeat admirer
sufficient! to finish It, but the result has road, and nothing but,the.road4 *.of this gentleman;*rendered. him
DECEMDER 27, 1831. shown the amount wee too tow. This ha I lets praise. thaif he actually deaemd. Tb

NA F.UWTho arisen In part, from the great difficulty in Tha whole compensation to a cotflmanderefalme defects which hung la youthful prurience
U. a snoop of War ::it '
anticipating the contingencies incident of battle ship, on a foreign around hit style, as an actor, have.gtven
Loki, bearing the broad pennant of Com. to bringing a work of such magnitude to a station, is only $:3-i30tl Uut t>f this he place, In hU later career to a vigour duly
lULtT: three days from Havana, arrived final completion and partly from the delay i has to provide for the expense of hu family chastened by taste and directed by natures
here on Thursday evening last. The I.V- and consequent additional expense, In t,home -his own personal expense: ofrtey and which gained him the approval aa we
making the last appropriation, which did description abroad-and to ret u in tho@cbOt'pil.hut'l. w ell know, of men w hose good opinions on
i I.
ptrimtnt expected here in a day or two. not become available till some time in Jinn with which he i ill grtritJl in any subject connected w lib human Intellect

Tho GrampM Is ordered on a cruize to Another appropriation has. become necessary every forrifrn.|tort, asliearirig with the flag would be recognized a* valuable In any t
Windward The two last named vessels and the bisects to which It proposed (if our country somewhat the tharuttrr lfIt. quarter of the ch tliaed worM. ThOM who t
received orders from Com Henley, at Havana. to apply the fund*' are, masonry,' clay' t* re3reacntative. Out Irdiprm'tntlv of hate teen Mr.' Forrest In either eftheplaiawmtcn
No news of interest from that sand shelly,carpentry,store-rooms, gate!, tbit'j'laoi"eralion a pittance is two by the author of Calavar;-the
City magaziue, a road and bridge. The work ; hotiMwl a year to a man w ho his des oled Gladiator, or the Broker of Dogota-eonld
Tho following is a Hit of the officers on was to hate been delivered over to a garrison hit whole life to reach the highest grade in not hate failed in perceiving that he tare 1
board the St. lAu* ,.in excellent condition, M far as com he anions and dangerous Ma settle, of to bin-character a power and mind, which
Com. J. D Henley.Chariot; S. MCnu* pleted, on the It of October la ley, Commander Samoa Mercer 1st liriit hit l..t ,.'. bant, l"lnriJ4-Am. i in bartle-for the .trul It'.h, every << a superior actor. Here, he
11 II. Morris 2d, N. C. Lawn-ncei 3d, C. pie preparations! have been mad for prosecuting : tempest that sweeps the ocean w ith every depended on himself he had n. foregone
M. Armstrong, 4th, A. B. Fairfax, fith, this work whtp"ecouomv and despatch -! malady which poisons the breeze within models to fashion his histrionic 'havtor by \
Samuel Swartwout Acting Master, S. %V. Wharves, with oilier fixtures, and i the trtpics, and with all the rigors of the and his success was ample, It la' not an t
Ruff, Surgeon, S. Edwards, Suric-oii, (pavtiengcr quarter, hate been provided | a large amount rozrnarctli Add to this, the dolh and author, even, that can impart to his own
,) rend s II Stockton, Pur rr, I'h. materials! has been (collected andn the nithtry vigilante necessary tt> the mtfc-I production the truth.tmmbllng force that
Miller, Comniodoie's Hecretaiv, t=. W. is I'll org nl7rd force of mechanic and IaI I, of his ship, and the hourly anxiety tin- I'or rest can Many have been ruck with
Pcetc, An!!t. Surgeon, UV. Meade, I jhourcM rngvjcd: The operation hate posed on the man, w" tm has, the r*-i <'nniillny this idea by comparing Knowlre Tell
Passed Midshipman, Robt. P Welsh, Ste-.I been somewhat retarded by the exposed of bridling Into lIuLor41IW1UlJ", tin or Virginim, with their mt'motlr Forrestin
Dt, John H Booth, Charles W. position of the w ork. which rendered it roper I boW .plrtll of a thousand men who stand the rliarseier Aa a repretentathe of
Morris., D. R. Crawford Edmund LeniT. la limit the exrnNattoiM ftr the scarp round him on the sana duck.Wa'uliuigton these heroes, we prefer our native tragedian,
W. Bradbiirn, W; M. B Adum. JMA. I wall during the month of September This Globe in every renpect. '
M'Cormick. Jamc D. Johnson. Hunt, will I\ot. hO\ rv4r. be necessary after the It ia r>y no mean a. an actor alone that
J. A; W. Sand, B. S Oant, E. Donald" on, lit of October. The maximum estimate of Interettinff fJict>i'f"U e are indibtd Forrest is worthy. His mind i Is capacious:
Charles" Rkipn ith Mi.lsMpmen--W. P. Moran $173,000, submitted by the I local engineer, to an Intel lie*'nt luul highly ncncrtcd and be has well improtnd such opportuni-
Capt"m'" Clk Tho Docr> Sail Maker contemplates' the compU-tion! of the whole correspondent fur tint follow! lug communiation i)' of acquiring knowledge, aa his arduous
Charles Woodland, UoaNwam, R. II work by the end of 18M, which he con..idrr which, for the information it contains profession allowed. lu, belle .Itftrtt. his
Derry, Carpenter (:hjirle* Wadr, thinner, t altogether praclicoablt.ith the facilities i will to et much interest stamen attainment are very considerable -and his \
MathoW Alwyn. Purser'8taw ardCONORBM in the way ofinatcrialsand worVmen- i :- taste pure. He possesses an Infinitely\ more- J
ship, at his command. Mr. Ijndtp1 herewith acrid >ou a. ntiniatc acquaintance with the beautiful
-Nothing of much intonM hn I. t'ort .}&aan, Mobil point, Ala.-This description tit n simple mod to music A tlaiwics of bit own language, than half bt..
taken place in the pe t'eding..oICongrelll.! work has been nni.hrd according Iv the or- temporary compass wiihoyt tho "aid of a sometime ctitica: the college fledgeling,

A dash hi been made, upon the motion of (final plan, and is girriwmrd magnet. It may not tx* 'generally know who vegetate In law or physic,. aupercilbn
d faiMHibretfircn and obscure.lie baa stood the well 'of
my might proof \e and ,
Mr. IIA WES, of Ky. at the Military Academy The following pursers h* are extracted ,
great utility tq seine of them In sitnaal English, and walked 4n' then'vineyard of
at West Point. The !subject had not from the Report of the Secretary of the ions here a compass could not bo obtained fliers, observant and apt ( quaffing where

been disposed of at out last accounts, from; Navy. ..- and where also .they are sometime other..sipped, and, 'rjptag/here .they
,Washington; and vre shall not be surprizedIf Our naval force, consisting of romrrriss- destroyed by lightning which has happened merely glanced. : ,:
the debates It through half toned and warrant officers seaman, ordinary to IDA twice In my experience If it We ate led to these disinterested ate m .
range seaman,. laiidmen, and boys, amount should be found worthy a place in your biddenob.ervatioue, hint bavlog.psrusod
the ecasion. They have already become to o,0721 and onr marine corps, under it. taper you are at liberty to insert. It. ION of hIP\ : Fbrreai'a reveal ;.*..,...fro.a
personal in relation to some of the magnate new organization: w ill consist of commits Your, Acfairhaven Europe. They are written la Ayres, good
*. Oar relations with France have boned officer, non-commissioned! officers, No,. 27. 1834. i and indicate clear'
also become the subject discussion 1\1 r.CwY'PO" musicians! anil privates, in the nutpber'Of. Take a common sized sail needle, break taste not only In hU own art, "'tlt'or:
1,283, making a total of 7,359: : off the eye and about 1-i of an inch of pointso nature- We bell.,rJ
entertained the House. the
on will enhance Inlmn thai
v as to present about tho aame surface an atlamlo tour true
Oth, with an addren of some length in I can add nothing to what ha been frequently at the opposite sand, then take a common national feeling which he had.ahJtl' aihi-
which he argues to Vhew that the time for ) urged in favor'of a,peace cstalJuh-! ire poker oran Irod bolt from 3 to 3 feet bited and enable him meetly WJulfil the

assuming toward the French government, ment for our navy ; hut nniM be permittedto long lIet''in a perpendicular position, brilliant course which It la believed await.
the state; what )Iran often before been stated 1 1I and c the needle Meveral alight tops him both a*an actor and a matt.3nfekes.Docker.tlasasiusejnrPecessbe ..'
attitude r c<>i mendrd by the-. President I that The compensation of commanders of: quickly, the lower end of the uitdlo will ".
,his not yet arm'ud. our ships on fbielgn: station. is altogether bet'omeI highly imI.rc with north .
inadequate! to an honorable'diseharga of and eonxcancnOy,' the upper end will become Major Henry Lee, of Virginia, hasp b-
Mr. STOCK t, who hat the.contract fur lUhcdln Paris and London hi* Life Of Na-
thelr'dutles. They are compelled to incur equally ao with south 1IOlarhy-
carrying the Mail between niakclv, in Alabama expense UcTond thi amount Of their pay Then balance the needle on .a convex pojcoiu The Parts Spectator says of It--
and Augusta, Geo by way or this, and ratiorfT or drdine to If'Cci\'e'anci re- Watch crystal or on any smooth convex <,< plscetlrrited herr in with Col turn civilities uniformlj offered to them on surface or suspend it in balance with a tine has thrown upon the career of 1705--1., I I.
company suchMntion-s and upon: which our frlenUIVrrlatiou bread or hair, or iloAt it on n piece of cork from March, 1704, to Get; t,
(1110.41..'; Stage, on Tuesday evening III*t. Wo tin degree dcpcnJ North end fyuth. allowing for the to the command of, the troops
derstand that the Steam Boats, which, are variation of.course. T. JJ,-JV"ui lied furl dinned 10 oppose the sections vf Par hi- In
to transport the snail between Peimroli: The ronrsft pursued |try out oflicer. tm- ltf I'C.W'V', ,, all the other biographies remember,thin
h r such circumstances, has been such asnatio.tal eventful period I. either unatsgtioned' or
.'Mid Cedar DlolT, on,the Chocuhatt, are as well alf professional pridehavedieiiied AM. X4aTtlQo:u.-The GcorgctOAvn, O* sipped over. The hero passeshocus- O-
hourly expected, and that the whole route and of course, they frequently Ivko,.CaNtigAtor of, the lith ultimo ia>su -I cua fashion, from a commander/ aril ry
Win be in full operation in a few w'b.- return ft out. their tout-sot service, deeply A severe shock Of au eordiquake.t u fell to the confidential afllcet of the Conventioaand -
in debt } one: e\'II\ t'onllt'queuc" bf which ia, at ,... place by; ntnnhrl t-t our citizens, Dlrae< We are further contractor has engaged, for this hunch of *, to prefer service at nca t whereas the Thnrsday., The first jtppi'stance was that ma .d of the detail of Ital,- Mr. Lee,:by
his route, the service* o f our esteemed and pecuniary consideration should always be of.n loud rumbling ooUo, succeeded by a narrailrrf la Ms. eerwee*In that army

enterprising fellow citizen, Capt. J. M'C.O4 ., in,favor:'of the sea service. tremendous shaking The same was M under Dumerbton, and thin reputation and
"LA. at Ma>sville Ky. at about the.same hour of influence. he Ibeneo a'conlred wtth the offlcerw -
.para.' bur natal force consists of six ship.of the day.0tM.! .. : and depntje$ *-hi* dinntifarfkction with
the arrival of Mr. Stockton at this the line,. and seven frigate now building, ', i the ruling powers of P.H.aaonl promotion
place, Ryas understood that an arrange- fur the completion of which additional ap 10, .St.Lond.n, Jln,' j'"0.. 19.IMMAN his IqUUIbltt with the Minister of War; end

meat had been proposed him, for cwrj to the amount, of $1,517,640willpbe MDnecae, A KB f'IUI", *..,. Wu.- his mbsequtnt' employment In'the offlee-of:
required t of five shipr of tine line his enceestoi<< : In advlatng upon the operation -
The steamboat Warrior at his
tog the mail 1 10 Mobile .of'iha new arrived port
by : ennlel-aa..pu..ra end bean"
way oI'tbf
and six of in
two frigate, : sloops war ordinary on Saturday (rum Prairie du .Chien We
" ., town Stockton, on the Tensaw River, requiring repairs which will cost 81 are sorry to learn-a* we do by her-that wonder of hie career-to the luck, the
t tnatead of by.wiy of Dlakely, ai heretofore; 333,000, in addition |16 the materials on the Indian in that region: hv again i beep; chances The and the tales of BarraV, patron.
.'ttuch an arran ei&enl would be HO obviously baud for that purpose> and of one chip of engaged in hostile acts nd.that they portend ace. Life oftlpoleoa.ow read likea
the line, four frigate, eight sloops of war, a serious termination. A short time connected storywhere we>. can trace
at variance with the interests"oLthiseity in t'OlDmIIlIJoO.-I. all and six and
schooner taxes
sine* a party of the War .
,a* well M.with those of the contractor twelve tiitfi of the' line thirteen frigate a party or lodge of Mcnoinmecs, that the principal.... whleb r01'lun.laad.
jilmlelf that our citizens have, with fourteen sloops.of war, and sic schooner upon Grand river, and killed three pin ous in the business of We advancement, wa* In

One voice requested .)Ir.'8. to continue the Besides.which the frames of*hij>*procured The murderer wwe.. however*. (ItAvas ascertained raxtingtMnr upon the tronblow time of dm
R t'olutionwhen military- :merit of all
contract for thai will afford "
under purpose, ROCK Island delivered
or at ) by
transportation of the mall the kind wanted., .lu was hi*.character.
upon prcsnt the mean. of bringing Into the. aervjoeas Keokoe |0 a detachment of Uptlcd. States **
route. To ray nothing of oilier inconvenience coon a* U can probably.required,-AIl Soldiers, under command Captain *, his aMlrties and aeqrtfement*,wbkh Ars1galti

: *, which the, proposed change additional force of lure ships of" .'thaxiiaa, p. Tllb were put on board of the *teHn>boat J kl-a! eenslderatkm tUe and employment
him to
and! "enabled ndventagenffaronMerirenmauncM
'woXild occasion would levee .o"Tft .q, .wls,51mt ttebago, thep amending the Mmsissip ,
the distance be iacreaaed ) not enJ1 by dlsUngnixhtM -
two oon"1hel build ortiWllela Or the of taken to a' -,
'' at leas thirty tnilee.: U la believed} be bJJ $ aWY eombQeuaeed \1iIi.ttOntk. purpose being, oMaoftrUU himself a*the time, but so to

that the proposed route last leait JOO mile our vessels now. tepei hwstbpFs.r'% %.( i !:the day resist.* to DM arrival'or the art .. \A make suit step lay' foundation r,
the refit is but 03 '-0.-1 roo.)' ri :h"'f'nte' Warrior Prairie 411 of other f which ahoold WJow It.' HUeoun
Ioiia'w\er.u+ present I ai Chien.potht'l piasere a-
+ d4t all heeoold Redo It well
elcecagv.'timfltdioi>} t.kldfesr a* to
took place n of the state
by party
Tn GBNTurvAM'a VA.C MBOineTbi 14 1 Orleans end Najihvllte) tfalt'.o4. >AMr cia. tribe of Indian .On -an island abouUhree. ,aehe could and to doll without. regarding

the title of a neW weekly/papet.lately etabUahed -i tion, atanieeUMfheU tattTanreinr s*.. mile above tM-Prairie a lodge of;Winnebagoe -."i'wtw'I'II"ht' reap Site sirens have The chapter
In which the mat we to are
at Philadelphia.. It is printed on I nlng fixed-the aalarieebfthe),,different see'plOdee try established, It was occupied well admit of detachedextract
narrated doe not
,: % :* -teA : 1
i'rt'A'i t at the time by ,women and children only
sheet and devoted to Dramatic : of the ;whole le Important
an Imperial i* comnillte.ilea...* *, The result
Tbe note nigh *-... warrior being abarbt on a, muting .. .
'Utt.erature-Sp- the Surf-faslKoni and elected Mr. Rraner/vetei'aaOibeeji: excursion. Suddenly, the Sac and. fox.: but no part to very IViki..: 0

-} grazing and other subject of interest lately engaged M:ebieSegtwtsroftlstLtuttlsviile party made their appearance before the .
ud amueemeuU ,The.lust number, which and,Lezidgttesad B..eVj.eewperintendant i lodge, Bred into,. tomahawked, and scalped Lately< at Cbvrcha; New York
engineer; wilk poses- tares teJI.ot'it1e. inmate Out one of fee Mac ;
-reached u* by the last null! contains the, 1 by .. T Odderdoak,
ganize four eperaa eorpff of aagnwaw % VsKtormkxi his life, and that by the band DD. Charles 8.Bogs V.4S. to
".aUre In des acts of Charles the eeetione of Navy
Tragedy ( ) pout the different rout* of a Wlaaebago boy about fifteen year !Mia Sophia Pore, ot1t..ettPOll ;. ,
Tint by Miss MUford, beside many other I It U understand that Mr. $aaajr. iirauiwla of ftftr. The yovtb was standing at. the,
c article*'of interetL. I this city and wiQ'proeeod".to'errant dwer of the lodge. b tw..n a vounger brotn, T OR P.EN8.acf11LiC e
the different( corpe hamUlsitly. f nnJ ttau *r ad-tirr, when two of the warrior
": The Hon. James Buchanan ha been three corps will bo in .,....... ;Bfaa! .-the dHhqlrj "appearance, ,and lured upon r Itrri..1 *8 ewe wI.&b .
elected the Seriate of the U. a to supply -: lane by the 16th January i avdxOnt dies ffr. tlrs+a.. ?'walt.cMf ,., Betaey. 'llalbo. ,;'".., Orleans

the place of Mr. Wilkte. and Dr. L>'aha port of the uperintendaot of tbreurfev* +csisg..InaUntly, that a gun tf- Cargo to order. ,
'. 'been elected by the Legislature of Missouri with estimates, wilt trf xaaie. by Ue'lst pt ttwdiu.sM IO<1ce1oaded. he procured It,, 8chr Elizabeth(forty th"Wew Orient
June. next ** ," .r.- r nad awaited the return<< the foe who had Cargo to thf navy agent,Jerruwn and Foeter ,
,. to AU the place of the late :Mr .: Ducknr We oangmnleJeoaepevnlatkOitantthi* tetaented for the purpose of.loading .their"' C. K Hunt and to swiss "' .
f important moaearabae/aUoa i IntOfbe. heads funa.- ...+. toon a* they Appeared before fJebr Creole, Roche. Mew Orlean Cnrgo i s' t

Zi.., 'X;. $ cDffie has been elected Governor of such spirited citizen. Jn tho tcteoUonof fat Je look aim at one of them,. bred, and, to W, Wilson [). W/Barklejr, It. O, JUmo .
.. ..f $ Mr.'lUnney, ther have ttbew.*.dtedeurroination tao.ballet went.through tho heart of hi*I and .he.Castor s ,
,: ...... .-.'. oUJouth Carolina._' y to sa1gl.kh"W pnreanii-e r: onavyy. Ile dolts eetape4 a4 the interior Dtp*11.d. _
: AVe lire.Indebted to the politeness of Cou selfish fffltan to the. 19 f tlisiKllodgts. mad. ,hw .way for the river,I Schr. Collector, Chape'! 'J by Wed 8tlrCO 'r
thiwgt+nadertakini* )tof ..wmt,.and f as* information ottht..Uo ten Lumber 10,000 Shin, IJr Yenyth.
W errs ior tbw following report of the Chle 1 from the reputation we have = an tej) Tort Crawford.,.4etachptent olftfrjimnis chr. Cated lalr, Dresses union. ... ,
Engineer on the condition of oar foruaca- gentlemaa the cotnmttea M,bratetSefd ms laimrHililJ'! DI'dere4 ml la I .LEpifraaUeetLamberlryU._ JJaut faa: .

*ion*. .. their.nrperiatendasuv. have of the tam derers, .bat, n*, far as I' 8ehr.. iGilst ln t! .-ell. .'t.+tvaaa. totIOO! ..

Frl' Piflttiu, Ptntat U"karbtn", Tin- dene* ia their ttifeaurtf- .mcctne., .. .: o aft wI&, without .oceona .( Kally .. .
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I ..: peace t :" ...'w& stain the,etb'' with: human of Scn'ember... 1834, the .a*>J ewe of the I NOTICE.:* '
GAZETTE blood-the first.bom of hji race will Peninsula of t Spain,* from said Cape Finis A T the next Term of tie IIcnonmMs the
PEiNSACOLA t63(0 -. ''Hay"Ms brother .-. terre to thejnoutb of the river Mason, t Isdechnxl I J\. County Court of LVcAmbU C,* nty,
D&Ct.HD8i11' 7, IS'3r.---: 'Create him Itc>t'" said the .nj- '!l *f to be in a stale of U be held at the f ty rtfniacoto.. f''JI..

'iMI Issued pia. Truth ) "he will defile thy sanctuary with All owners and masters of vcucls will first )Monday' A. tl1 nxi, I .ba l ,,rliy
Tbs OaatiTra $11 every laJseh although thou shouWst impress govern themselves Accordingly. for the settlor for .>f as the
vip. *t per anwunlnad- on his countenance thine own knag -the THOMAS AMOHY HE LOIS, Executrix of JOHN mucIuna cu..
the end months .
Dl of six
$4 < t -
pay "' Vice Consul.Eacara. .
seal :
of confidence. ed and mnve to be finally JiacliarpHMAIU1AH1TA .
the of the
or W payabU at expiration .year., '. Thus spike the angels of the attributeaf DE LA. kUA,
ct UM option Of the subscriber. the FoRTUl'un .:'The stage which
of when Mercy 1834.31-Oils
the rateoono Jehovah youngestand Oct. 10, Ex'x,
LotsaTtsfsizits; darling child of the Eternal rose, and left this place' for Columbus on Monday = ..
the Usr for every fourteen. lines (or less,) embracing hM knees "Create him Father" evening last In daccndmg a hill in Brooklyn NO'I'RE.
yt for first, and fifty cents for every eon the about ate miles south of this >illaire.
said she, in thine own likeness- dnr- rf ArtrnfniitrMiono., the
Unuoot iQbsequent Insertion._ ling oh loving kindness When all thy the night being jdatk.ran oft the road, and LET'rEn JOS. I1UTCIIINS: d Ca-.
------ angels forsake him, I will seek and turn Ins rolled down the steep bank, probably 50 or Dr. *
ceased here ttHrtranted to the under-
1)tUI: Y.'IJ. faults to good. Because he is weak, I will 60 feet, making several somersets and dragging All debtcd to trio
.'P I> Incline his bowels to compassion and his horses, driver arid. all, along with it, will signed.make Immediate pcraonr payment and fllme those
ORIENTAL BONO. BOW to atonement. Whea he strays from and finally lodging In one promiscuous j
A auidsa"..eI.MdI ... day, Peace, from Truth, from Justice U consequences heap auto. bottom. There were six passengers bavin claims against the rtale. will prawn
Wbtf bad wudcrsd to. "Iaere U* Mabe.me of his wa.deringa shall pment among whom-wis a lady and child, t them properly authenticated and with
in the bv law. -
.' him from them and shall cfcntlyleal all of whom, with the exception of tho driver time prescribed
repeating ,
P OB th. soorttb aa4 IM Math and tM w*., to sayWhich ; and homes without the, slightest GEO F. BALTZELL. A dm.
d.u.etb.lovtliMt clu; .of aIL him to amendment escaped October 28 No
ha < IM :3i
'The Father of All listened to her request, injury. Very trifling damage was done : -

I tar* r MB r U iba tontb and the di'Uot *..., end created Man a weak and .lallierinR to the consh. 'I his is one of the most extra Margarita De La Biia, .
As4 tb dyUy jiMtb.t" t the ,",1&1\111III190\ being; bat In his waywardness the pupil of ordinary escapes ever heardoClear*- vs.bamucL iX'I'1 ,
WM Out wiUitha lov'4 oo,', pr bllOrlt, !Mercy the child of ever active and amelio land (JAw,) payer, NO?. ,13. Smyth.
Aa4 ib. dtrkui del wlMN ,h. k. net rating lore.Remember. P 1'illS suit has been commenced by writ
,.,..,-. thine origin, O, Man I when The total amount of the new gold coinage of attachment, returnable to the next
N""vu*_sad w aIM _rrlilllla..h. thou art hard and unkind to thy brother. up to the Gilt of December, instant, Is term of tho Superior Court for Ksearobia
)fib*>.... by.acb joy la harf | Mercy alone desired thy existence-Pity &:.,219,8%. County. The llflcndanlllnrt aU other persons -
Asds kl> t pvwoald flf la ias d.. ...... boosonw interested are to and
As4 UTS MoUoW if tbs bs tb::. and Love nurtured theu on their required appear
-[Von Ilerder.j :xTDVZ33ittL Jt.s tJ ;15N' plead to,the declaration ,
Tsai; 8y *f aay Mat I! b."dear I Ii BENJ. D.. WRIGIIT, for Plfr.
Weald I 4tsi tN gloomier doac.ua From the Apalac&icola Adverttter. I NOTICE. Sept. 13 No. 27

rs. We are very sorry to be under-.the .- i All persons concerned are desired to take Dank of Florida, 1 THIS suit bas been
its'.;kk.tae1brl'.rbxdM.os, w.rtn.ar'r e'ty ot elating to our readers the total destruction notice, that bv Deed of ,Transfer dated ".. f commenced by writ of
rw' .OM rtn'liM ofthy beauty r aod. by lire of the valuable boat Van November, 1834, tall my debts and demands Samuel} Fry. ) attachment, returnable

,- Buren, and herentirff cargo, consisting due by note, or by book account, to the next term of the Superior Court for
x, 'ritOMA1'TIC'( HISTO Y."A'female principally of Cotton, which took place emhe or otherwise, and whether payable to A. Bacambia County. The defendant and all
( of one of.the aboriginal tribes night of the Ah insL-it was occasioned A. M Jackson and Co to Jackson and other perl'I interested are required to appear
litlfe.>ITUrrumbidgee\ country formal' *n at- by a negro, who has since been appre- Norris,,or to the nubscribor !individually, and plead to the declaration.BENJ. ..
lachmcbt a Convict named Tallboy who, b I'nded, and confesses that he was the per- have been transferred to Artimas fetone D. WRIGHT, for flit
bacQoUaf a.btlfttrsh cr'vras for a long >f trator of the horrid crime, and that his All I those indebted to me will therefore after No 27, Sept. 13
) fit after by the police for the many mention was to destroy the Mate.of.the the said date make payment to,the said I\OTICE.
t dues 1t1l\bad committed,but always boat. For particular we refer our readers Stone, crts!"* !!Z*t9 lawfully authorized
( naiad ,DIfI1: uiv This female .to11 III.-d 10 a statement made by the passengers ALDIN A..M. JACKSO. LETTERS of administration on the e*.
1' bd : enuity, and baffled that were on board at the time the act was Nov. 26. 1831 'iW AhSENSIO..IPlNlA.deceashave -
c hp. a.would fish nod hunt for perpetrated. to. been granted U> the undersigned
bfm: .lilrt he.. ained secluded In there. THE PRESIDENT_OF THE UNITED ell.persona _'indebted to the. ....tewll1
Oat;afc. . i JtttWd: the different -ktatlona, and LAHOIKC.Cbattahooobee Wscktes by the Act of Congress, approved gialms'against the estate, will present
'E vision she reenived from them Hiker, Oth Dec, 1834 on the 30th day of June, 1834, the : them properly authenticated and withinthe
laUly conveyed to the unworthy The Subscribers, passengers on board President Is authorised to direct the Register time. prescribed by lair
.'object o/her devoted attachment AIi&pogfc the Steaanbo Van Uurec, which vessels and Receiver of ( 'Tallahassee Land HENRY MICIIELET, Adm.
rainy knew .."6 Was pri'y'to' hitonftMlmeni unfortunately burnt this moruleg, District, to make sale at Public Auction, of December 12, 1834. No.40..
Loll in the of St. _
one-fourth oC.the town
yet It fleas (band impossibleu deem it a duty, which they Injustice owe<<.
>.au ...r*vigilance, by following( her, W ep Lain Hezekiah Hawley. tugiv, to the Marks, In thaTelfitory of Florida, according llun.t\Vin, Stave.
i aDd thus discover his retreat :_he evaded, public a short account of the melancholy. to the plan of the Surveyor General of, NOTICE la herebjr give
all attempts, and seemed ever watchfulto accident, which will acquit capt. Hawley] aid Territory:now, knowje, that I. Ads :'\' has been commuted
bUl.Mfety. -probably knowing the fathatswafed to I of all censure that is so oflea attributed to oacw JACKSON, President of the United i ilL to my custody a nerromnnbv
t him, If to"en.. NcuhfrpromMOI commanders on such occasions. During States, do hereby declare and make Known, the name of JOHN
of reward-4nough to excite the cupVtttr the period we were passengers under the that a Public Sale will be held:at the Laud UidEl:N. He is about 20, year*
1 ofajjf 'fitdtrfdihil but one In whomhfg Hnn1t.mfoCcatR1I.W'ley, his attentions Office<< at TALLABAaaiec, In tbe'Tn-rilwry'6f'of ace, 3 feet, 10 inches high light Com
a >' p threat ('OtI'c1lndllr' her even to acknowledge untiring, and last evening, on retiring to tioned lots In the Ton of wr,Manse, FLORIDA the under lip bung ,a cut and another oa
at>< *jf. acquainted with his place of bed about tea o'clock, every precaution on the fourth .Munday January the left side ,.f the breast, he says that berauaway

concealment. much more ,etray it. Nay was taken, u it has occurred more than once, when there the appointment of regular.-watches.-about numbered 1,5, fl, 13, 17. 21. 23. 20, in New Orleans (La.) on the d,ofSept.
was *(ear.Of-d1lcovery.thas she has given .half past twelve the alarm of fire *was 33, 37, 41,4S: 49l\31 7.GI, t:3, 09, .37, :j 1833.. and that he belongs .to, .said
voluntary information to the p'oUc01 given and so rapid were the flames that in 81.B5,80,133,07 101, 105, 109, 113,117, JottbuaBuldyin. .. '.
keying toenJuoi thirty or fifty, miles ditadtyrhepy .- three minutes from the alarm tho'wftole 121, and 125, as represented upon the The owner is requested to torn forward
i la fact, Jiia place of oneealt boat was enveloped m flre;-and 'In'one plan of the said town prepared by the J prove i property and take him away oth0r
, meet area-ta ti*l ittedjau!>neighbourhood, j half hour the eye could not discern la iliat i Surveyor General, .of the. Territory of wise he wan be dealt with oceording law
i y This lrat.,.aowcver, manifested n a p1i1 ldelJ\lJe; but would The the utmost diflictltypYd The salewHl be kept open for iwo daysGiveq .> 'D. Marshal E. CJ
treq\WAl.11 ,b ,Vlll-uieUer Whilst she e lI with the!!, Lives and some bnrWi only. J. "
114 to hlAIha refreshing cap of by jumping Into the river and boat which under my hand at the City of '\\\ bt1\'8 8a.\e. "r .. .t"
kJQM& ,he 4wsl05redeB, hff misery In IQs wa,*'at the stern : there -was scarcely bite Washington this 21st day of No- Lawrence Mitlandon. ," *

18r .*. I of us but was roasdy nokeftd., and losffall vembc'r, A. D The heirs of Louis Doquemenil,
lie had 1 non. Instance given way to his the eftects we had on board "' .. .- 183"j"j De Morant. _

' BatnrJ brutjsti, disposition; by iU-treating( / The loss of capt. Ilawley on this oecasldn .By ELIJAII the By Virtue of a-writ ot fl. tat: 10 me drectetl(
the,being who had aoo.e.() much for him, .Is very considerable j he was half owher JJA from the lion the Superior Court 't or the'
when ha wa*on the yerg.of discovery, In' of the boat la company 'with capt. E.*. / arruni".ionntlf Central, Land. Of-- western district of Florida,'! shall proceedto
deed.bad: himself given;up all hopes of cs- >Vood. also of'a Quantity' of Cotton tend Jict. f ft sell at public outrrr.on" th.-""7ih.- "
epe, waea ens vgam raves nun, oy engaging 'money, about three thousand dollars In faIr LaU Millaudon: ,,) , of .'ebuari 1833, at the door of the Court
4 to.point out UbAhe police hh place of ue, exclusive of the boat there being no, "... I instituted in.the. Su-,"a !souse In' PCOlftt'Obctwen/ the bow,.,
retreat; and a> juielij.dthem awat.IID.r Insurance either the John Ollio Ext. oT J ,Court E.Chabclud. ,. -
on boatorpfoperty r a perior ->i prescribed by law;all the right tltleand laterrst -, ,
a '. that pretence, la a contrary<< dlr.Jtion: negro mad, belonging the boat was deceased. / cambia County, battachment y i of the heirs LouU, Doduernenll De ,
1 affijrilog bet paramour both time and opportunity drowned.. .' The defendant in required tel. Moment in and tOlhs following Property or
to seek out a safer asylum. When i I'' There is not a shadow of doubt .on the appear and plead at"the November" Term, In so much thereof aa.wilt wt&fy.the above
be arrived,withtho police at the-spot she i minds,-or any of us,-but it was occasioned 183-1.. execwion: and cost, : .. ,. .
had informtlittrn i.he- laat was he of t by the band of an Incendiary | negro fellow BENJ. D. WRIGHT, for PUT. The undivided half to.HJk or jots ; $K: '
l count... bet there.I rut a etrtet.search f In i I belonging to the boat, and who hid Jct. 4, 18...; :q 30 102,. 143;' 148, 147 148; 149,rot situated..lit
the vicinity WM equally unsuccenoMJ the> Just been taken. The total consls- '
cargo 'tatrfct.u the
City of Pensacola .
then left iKantO ,aa1Jm.e.tbelr pursuit after >, ting of about tour' hundred and West:,Florida, undivided half
seventy of third of Lot No.78
i PERIOIi-COrUT. one three undivided
the criminal,' pretending' to know no"thingftrthet bales of cotton was Destroyed 5 liaurnt like AT PENSACOLA.-
respecting him or !h'i. pled ot tcoaoealmentrf r powder, cad we must ascribe our escape .. At CAqrnt.r. August 26 At .they as captured TM 1 to the Interposition of aa overruling' Pro>l- George KnlgUt complainant,' the; lying near,
venturing. out too boldly"during her ah%: deuce and for hi*merciful preservationi tl4.- ... In ChancoThehelraoUe..e 'Oayon TeJar: ;the undivided urti.>>Jroltft'O \, .,
'-"If ..ne., was tried,condemned, and expiated render the homage 'of obf greatful Antonio Mb f' r yy several concessions, o/Laad',situate
,hi.o 'ueeeca ihescaffUd. and mBa; deceased,. 'detendant's J 'on'the Tenser Rt ad about twelve;;miles;,, ,
: e, -u,811 e beam we woojd not be so nngrate- : ; -
? from
Cii* of
wished to fblkrw him, on haarrng he was fatasnottaebUC) etpregs ofaHgatrohs'' f T appearier i-tt. arWiieii Mr tif-4ht' Pensacoia/tTie: onXm..
prisoner buMbatwas. ioipojHblet lif JL coinathat the Uefrndant'a In the taming 1000 arP\DI au4 the other con..
wee we are \ nd. to r, Jfartln M>. abo..lAmed -
clalfflod by her"tribe,.she ,was'ohiigad to';4I. rria,, aad Mr. ,Jacksoa.1* latter Alsey:: of case do net mltftr in Florida, taming of 80Q topahaj,ralso tha-ndl.We4.
-- become.. enwiUing/wifeot, oja-trf he4..WoddvUle,'at whose. )hoapitabli Mansionswe but bribe Island'06 Cub*.'"On motion of half lot No. '24V in said ,,Ci y:Of fensa--,
Alack. IIU-buttcM>well t.10\lft ID.what bye received( that 'kindness 'we ,stood the coi'flplah' nt'. Solicitor; it l.*orderei cola. James W. EaU l, Marshal

y' degradation the 1fIJI.jlx are held anion muchii> ,need,pfk tod jthkh. haa. ,.eD'' that'puMlt'atiolt be made in the newspaper v'Bj JOSEPH SIERRA:H.
Mvag natratt,. lOTtiderent from thedAamiable bestowed with liberal hand and a kin I printed at Pensacola, once'a month for the A'.i W AQENTS dr'/Vctf ) "" *
t "nee and tellt so justly given to the. heart. space er six months, that unless the 3e- ;'
Dec 4t1t
*, 1834.
aad teaUaportioa' the. ere.freer' Otis Fairbanks Wm. W. Richard*. fcndaot's. within .ix 'months answvrlhe- .O BALED.T.'wwso proposals will be : at.
ta civilised life., This uaftmvaate female Tmallasoa W. L. Shipley complainants Dill, th .dame will betaken *3 this Office until li o'clock received M. Sith,
was ordered by.her,husbaad. whose word II. C. Phelps Joseph Martin 1 pro cenfeswr;' and the matter thereof decreed insu for 1 West India gt'Squad
U Ia.,.to.l>Uow I him, at a time when ah e P. W/ t ym John C. Qrohogan aHoMlft y. (Test) 4 ron, vessels in ordinary and the Navy Yard*

was rcmbred Incapable by illaess on her Bobk Beveridge Mr. Mary Ann 8e ,OEORHg Yo BALTZELL Clerk. near thllt.pllU'ei Mith FRESH BEEF and .
heeitjilhr, fa4 her with Peira Eohs
struck 18847
savage bar-I Augsat 2m, 83: VEGETABLES *
t.u"IW': I .u_____ and for supplying the
tomahawk so severely o.er 1 L. ftUTJCR. !lJVYTd 'l "87 .Naval Hospital, near Yard, with
1M!lead au4 M'rs ,.taet ; ;'j.'f e Navy
she fainted: from I7re
lose of blo d.., bhe was found lying oa the I I efMedwsPoITUSo f 8pai.r' thtStntn : Pensaeola flee. 12, ISJi E'l meet Beef Vegetable-,"soft "Bread and
frouad,.and takes to the house of Her Nor. J8, 1834 t Proposal wUI be,revived at this ce Uilkfor the enduing year. The artkles shove -
aettler" f
residing oa lbbankof a Majesty the Queen Regent of Spain until.12 o'clock.M.! : the Jst January next for enumerated,"must be of the best; quail
i rtv.r..1.n4. Mdrrumaidgee having by Royal decree of the 21 sl of August furnishing the flre wood (to be hard oak t y,the market will afford, and delivered qa
yvery..kiadtryeaa..ad 1834
,atteatioa -addiUoa to 1 board of -
general problbiuona or black vesselsafloat'amd the
i aheqnerh but ann jsekr.whieh may be required during at offcffracel
e'i..mtal.P4-'bo4ijX: ragaib[ suffering s gaJnsrmtrftdaclag into Spain Arms abe. ensuing year for the West India 1 > designated, in such quaotitief as may
,i ski et->4 and other.MuaiUftneaot, Wart Ordered a etauadroagd I be required from.nmo '
plr.d? station,to be deUtered; at the to time. It Uuider-.
more nc ,vonkntirt+tl sent of uchprohl'' GaY7-1ard..'nbi ct to the usnal Inspection. I itood that the. contracts.must_ be approved
i bUloai through' he.whole" extent of coast BYRU & I by the Comntaadant *
.1 WILLIS of fie ?fa
t TJlE.OPI'RPIUNGO'.H] Y. ,between Cape Finisterre and4he Navy Agent. 2 Yarn,
Ae to Alaii.6hC1 was abouOq create the river BiJasoa and month o f 10 ,DYRp C."1 IUI ,
forthie Country Atercliah
Mapbscpll.-: the aageis porpoewhw \r uua\ Nary .CII"
of the atributes .,Orderett ;
that I1 '
vessels laden N:: .
'kif'arm. H.
rv -Per 1
.u pgM.Ieey6f OTIEfIS. oniidi pof 'flC'C his domintoaa before blot.cwinciUroimd **A other articles Ii
feis contraband of"War; mitE mdersigned/ be.insluitIbeeived requested to tf, 1n :V.nele Aide the JDW.
lavuible which stalk :
a oyLetp,4lrt .Ptlrou -wit l1d sit mile* .I. --
; f
'General Assortment of pfrr uodl h Vee..
\ arortull1 GROCE tahipcd nLfre
Hoer ..h. wffl be nnjuit) to'hit detained to land the iami call be I. ItftliJl, anh store formerly occupied by ]Milk... .r 31
and luc5'
.. .
j bret.hern// 'rtldoPlaced under .
Ca Fors {
and the oppressor of the f eble." an Embargo to await a Una;a adjudication ) :1'010' 1P:1L.tlt1tI: : i
"Create Him nee," Mid the angel of.!and by a Juttwr Royal decree of the I th DNs. S. 1R34. (;EO. 'tti'1LL1do ao CO 'Er.ret.d'





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