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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: January 31, 1835
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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J lr l1b yfjU= 1I- lars a -I pain and hm moLth been Grand; Cairo, there learorMhal: II.mct was' ...; *< as he calls it, working for his family sufficient ; thare; ne"r- happy without
throwing out hints for some tune a* to the In Upper! } g) i>t, in the camp of Klfi: Hey,I IIht'n and educating hie children lie Is much comparing thin, their sapling to the giant
From the Albany Ahcroitove. propriety of getting a watch for him-gold at war with the Turk, aid the Turkish respected for his. Intelligence speaks ten oaks of the old 1I'orld".rid what can one
THE QUILTING.The of course. Silver via quite !Rood enoughfor $ troops( occupying the intermediate' language? and Is familiar with the great My to that 7 Ii Now York like London
follow ing is descriptive of a scene me when I was half a score years older country.-It was t'vident.. that without the etent which, for twenty )ears of their No, by my two troths, it la not | but the
in which I lately participated with a eircte than he is, but times are aw fully changed instrumentality of a faithful agent, who most eYf'ntl'ullll.tory have convulsed Europe OaR was an acorn one, and New York
of my friend in this city. If you publish since my younger day.. Then I believein I could pass both among the;Turks and Ma- Asia and Africa. will the world holds together
it you will have the approbation of my soul, the young villain has learnedto malukts, hi* e utcrprlse ,was at an end.' long aurelYs:1C:become a lordly etly suchas
NANCY. play billiarA: t and three or four times: Colonel Lietenodorfer, then in Grand ('alto ANKOTOTB or AN AiuaiCAN ARTIST. i beyond the ..."
Theoay A** ..knee ike (,"natei the UJiM are Motel net, lately when he has come in, late at nighthis I and In the Turkish scrTice, became that Mr. Dunlap, in his new work on Arts and! _
I. .erer placed they work in haul, clothes Deemed" to be strongly ;merfunmed! agent, succeeded in the perilous undrrla Artists, relate. the following stage coach .1 "',re. mory.-1 t is reported thai on
T*gt the quilt _pleled. with cigar smoke. Ilcighho I Fathers have king, and returned w him llamet to Alexan' adventure of the late distinguish painter, the morning of the 19th: a horse was die-
While....... fly, their tongues they ply) many troubles, and I can't help thinking& dria. There an expedition-eavormg more Gilbert Stuart, soon after his arrival in covered froMn Is the river Aaa Gardiner, {
Aad aaimale Uteir labor. noinetinses that old batchelors are not such of romance then .oCUlstar)'. was art on foot. England Some of hi. fellow travellers lathe with only his head and a poftloa of ,hithftttMbe
By .eooaliac **..., dweiuwnf c........., wonderful fools after all. They go to their About one hundred Chi tins collected coach, interested in his appearance, projeu above UM teem;the animal
Or UJkiag oflbeir"ichbon. pillows at night with "'no cares on their from the stragglers\ and adventure of al resolved to spier him out," and to that was Imbedded en solidly, that the use )
minds to keep them awake i and when nations four or five hundred, Moors and A- end plumply asked him the nature of his of aa axe was required to extricate him. It
Dear M w-Lala pretty frock "..''. 0.- they have once got asleep, nothing comesto tabs, a hundred camels to carry baggageand calling and profession. I. further .ated'that the hone Is alive and
n Tm I m told very that gUJ Mini you MKMMBICOOJDon't like it. disturb then repone_nothing short ol provisions ; undertook, cross he de- To the round about question Mr Stuart kicking, and a* likely to do a food whiter'
apeak to Mr. )lICI'.." the bolts r> being on fire, can reach their\ sect of Lvbia. sit hundred miles, to dethrone answered' with a grave face, and work, M If hh.dn I saw MM Brll the other eny peaceful condiuon. No getting up in the the bawbaw of Tripoli i, restore the lone that he sometimes dressed .r6ou.1' now much store etxnfortabte the Ken
Yevog Brow.. now gig adorainWhot ,"- cold to walk up and down the room for rightful heir, and release four>> hundred A-' men' and ladies' hair fat that nebec.. with the thermometer 14 deg;
keep yoer sinter Ana awayt"M an, hour or Iw* with a equalling young merAaes from the chain and diinret>ns of high crapped pomatumed hair, was below the 0 than his quarter in the stable.
She wt ol u Tray this _.ria|." varlet, as my luck has been for the last fiveor Ttipijtta! alaicry. They were fifty-.ix fashion \ ou are a hair dresser ttwn ?'' : Quere which is the toughest of the two,
Iii weeks. It's an astonishing; thing Jlpctreive days in the deserf sulfennf very incident r; said he, "do you take me for a the horse or the story llollotn: Adroeatt -
-. T tiM to ,.111"" my _die'. Lroka"- what a passion our little Louisa' to such a mixture of .thin religions. barber I beg your pardon, ..Ir. but I I 24lA inrt. -
"80 Labor' Mock I* .'.1111'1" exhibits for crying j DO sure as the clock .. Twenty-five das they were with' inferred it from what you MM!. If 1 mistook -
"Abby's Load weddiaf Row. ...be tlu":poke. strikes' three she begins. and there's no' out )teat ; fifteen without bread i often you may I take the liberty to ask Home eight or niM years sing, our'
DM MiMor:
.* Thai .etch yeor will sever curoe ibout;" getting her quiet again until she has fairly I without water, and somctimea drinking It what you are, then 7 A valet Indeed readers will remember at the cwtomencment *-
..Now OaaA fly la a ..._i.." exhausted strength of her lungs with from cisterns from which. the bodies or( sir, I am not. I am not. a servant j to be of the Tempearnce. excitement, we
Cortelc, they ay, are toiif out"- good straight forward Mreammg. I can't murdered men had first to be hauled out. sure I make coals and w ai eoats for gentle recorded the act of a worthy Individualthen
Ve., banks are all Hi, ... ..:.: for the life of me understand why the' Almost everyday the Arabell\lItinied.lOme- men." "0h. you are a tailor I" "Tailor of this community who carried his
young villains don't get through all their' times for more pay sometimes' for rations: do I look like a tailor! I assure! you I'' hogaheads and barrel of ardent spirits to
The quilt 1. done, tbo tea .,..- squalling and roaring in the day-tlme, always with threats to the Christians, who never handled a goose, other than a rout- the town common and poured their content -
The bract are all eollvctMC t when I am out of the way. Then again were constantly Mantduig to their arms against ed one." By this time they were all in a: *Into the ditches aa the fittest place
Tb tab...'. cleared-tbo mono heard, what a delightful pleasure it is to bo routedout i their associate At the end of two roar. "What the devil are you then ?"i for such poisonous. stuff. An act so alngular -
Hie |,artaef each Mlcrting.Tbo of one's first and sent off -haute: aid "I'll tell said Stuart M be calculated
.. nAp, post months, they arrived at Berne capturedit one YOUI. I ana *o strongly evince
b odia order stand
Tbo merry dance begin with ..IC.r- for the doctor, as I was un Monday night angmetitediheir force to 19 or IS hun- assured alt I have literally true.-I I the actor's sincerity In his resolve mad.
Aod rapid fret, tbo meaaar beat, whea my wife thought Sarah had got the dred men defeatea the Dashaw'a troops in dress hair, brush hats and coat, adjust a MMM noise In tb* world and had not a
Aid trip ibo way fif.,.. croup; and frightened me half out of my. the field, and had every prospect of m arching cravat, and coats waucoala, aDd breechesand little Influence here In fixing public attention j
wits with her lementations and fidgets Ry, as conmierers upon Tripoli. At this likewise boots and shoe, at your .,,.- on the cause whose success It was intended :
Ualaeededb'f lie moments f\y\ the way there's the docler'a bill, to be' juncture, 13th of June i lOO, ,the United eke." Oho I a hoot and shoemaker after to promote. The individual ia
Old Time tttann.tr*f HUH dencind. paid soon ; his collector alw' Brother me a' States frigate Constellation anchored below all r Guess again gentlemen, I never singular and odd in his. manner of doing A J.
Till aight'*dull eye n up'd' to spy visit just before Christmas. Tpm: Derne and every heart beat high handled boot or shoe, but for my own I almost every thing ; but his Intentions are 1
The steps of morn nJraocing.Tboa has no doctor to fee, and that certainly It, with the prospM-t of the promised navalcooperationi feet and legs j yet all I have told you is most praise worthy, and his actions artgenerally
closely elowM. I,. ".cli nbotk a great comfort'! Bless my soul, how the and the immediate march up- true." Ive may as well '" up gueasing. a* devoid of selfish motives a*
Aid Tbo esrriag.a dream gu tilting bun IM IU theme, time slips away f'Past nine o'clock and ho on Tripoli On the contrary she came ." After checking hi. laughter and they are strikingly bcnovoleutand tuefvl.He .
Tbo many....,..of llio quilting' breakfast yet-wife mewing with Dick and from Tripoli brought nf'woltile treaty of pumping up a fresh flow of spirits by a has, we understand retired from activebusiness
retting the thre*-girls and their two brothers peace and amity justsigne4 by Mr. Lear large pinch of snuff he said to them very and In the suburbs of 0' small
ready for school. -Nobody thinks of me with the reigning Bashaw;, and sent for gravely "Now gentlemen I will not play town in Connwticut live on the earningsof
FHOM THC: NEW 1 oat: MlhUOR. starving here all this time. What the on' the with but I will
General Eaton to come board im me fool you any longer, early Industry and economy on a smart
A MARRIED MAN'S KBVEKIE.X plague has become of my newspaper, I diately, with hi. Christian followers, the tell you upon my honor as a gentleman my farm, Which he cultivate with his. own .
>X JOHN I1MA1. wonder that rascal TOM has carried and his 1 bread of teas than ;:
young exiled Bashaw principal. officers, in buHaJUe profusion. get my by hands. Though possepaed no
What a blockhead my brother Tom is it off I die say, to read in the school eooormltye third article of the treaty making faces" lie then screwed hill countenance P'UJ> his life 1. unostentatious and his f
not to marry ; or rather perhaps. I should when he ought<< to be poring over his books which bound the United Stales lo with- and twisted the lineaments of his manners perfectly simple/ -Having but a "
aay what a blockhead he was not to He's a great torment that boy. But no draw their immediately from Derne, visage in a manner suck .. Hamuel Footeor small family, he keeps only a cow and pony /
marry some twenty- ve yearn ago, for I matter ; there's a great deal Of pleasure in 'and to give Maid to the rebel mibjcrts of Charles Mathews might have envied and dy personal activity and labor
suppose he'd hardly get any ducept sort ofa roamed life End if some vexations and the bashaw at that place. This was a When his companions, after loud peals of not only preserves both a.la bodily andmental
body to take him, as old aa he is now. troubles do come with its delights, grumbling thunderbolt to General Eaton j but he had laughter had composed themselves, each vigor but maintain. his capital
Poor fellow what a orion desolate kind won't take them nevertheless, el't'di& himself for all the without dlmlniHHww
away 1 no time for complaints To escape wan took to having stock at Its original height -
of a life he leads ; no wife to take care of ,Brother Tn., l'- .*. --ilr .-....-..i .+.iii.i i me uimenilyKa s t him-no children to love him-no 'domes- you hate done qui.e.. wisely .. I, after chiefs from their dCflt'rtedIlIOCiate",, ged to the theatre," and they all knew that hand I* liberally open In11.* d..n i'1 t
tic enjoy went nothing snug and comfortable elk as an perilous was Indlopensable and was he must be a comedian by profession, but tithe sturdy beggar able to work, he }
in bin arrangements at homo-nice sociable effected b)' stratagem under cover of the "'hc'n. to their surprise he assured them ,. as stern. winter. The best leetur.
dinners--pleasant faces at bicnkfatL Piom the Baltimore American.We night, and by the aid of the unforunntellamct. that he was never on the! stage, and very] that he could read to the lazy and idle,
-Dy the way what the deuaw U: the learn with much pleasure that the: ." rarely now the inside of a play-hourc or i* his own life. All the operation of his
reason my breakfast does not come up 1 Committee on Military affairs has reported From dC''PIIIt'l1 of Gen Eaton to Commodore any similar {ilace'uf anllllW' 'f'IU. ") h..)' little farm are performed by himself and
I've been waiting for it this half hour. i to the U. S. Senate a Bill for the relief of: Rodgers a we learn the manner in now all looked at each other with astonish- in the winter w linn farming and nearly
l Oh, I forgot ; my wife sent the cook to Col. ElGEKE LEITCNSDOIirCa. which this. difficult, and dangerous oprf ation men I.Before. other >|rations* there cease, ilila goodman fell
market to get some trash or other (orDick' We have takenlhe trouble to collect from effected Soeral engagementshad parting, Stuart Mid lo his companions lake. his axe and may he found outing -
cold. She coddles that boy to ee"eraillOureelilOme account of the life of taken was place which are not related In 'Ollnllf'men. you will find thai up wood at older doors for the ordinary
death. But after all, I ought not to find this extraordinary individual and shall the extract from the despatch read by Mr. all I have laid of my various employment fee of the common laborer. This i i..*
fault with Tom for not getting a 'wife, for present our tenders with a rapid sketch of it Benton to the Senate, particularly on the is comprised in these few words ; I am a I for no selfish/ purpose-not the result of ,
he has lent me a rood deafbf money that until it connects itself with a very Interesting 3d tad 10th of July on which last occasion portrait painter. If you will call at JwlmPalmer's avaricious or sordid meanness-by no
camp quite convenient, and I suppose my and little understood portion of our national there were supposed to be not less York buildings, London I hill mean.-no soul U farther from such a
young ones will have all he's worth when history. His life will be characterized than 0000 men on "the field. Gen. Eaton be ready and willing to brush you a coat stain. AU the* earning b* give I In charity .
he dies, poor fellow I They'll want it, I'm by our reader., seated comfortably still kept the idea of an attack on the enemy or hat, dress you a la mode, supply you, to sum worthy object, the afflicted on
afraid ; lor although my business doe very round blazing hearth, as' romantif,' but by sending up ammunition and extra rations if in need, with a wig of any fashion or di the bed of slckne-tho widow with her
well, this housekeeping eat up the would probably be otherwise designated by to the Moorish and Arab .,oopt. At men.ion. accommodate you with boot or dozen children-the orphan whose tear
profits, with such large family us mine. hunseli ;and he no doubt would have been eight in the evening patrols of marineswere shoes, give you ruffles or cravats, and suppressed by his klndneta-the son
Let me see ; how many mouths have I to often willing to resign many of the most placed to stop intercourse betweenthe make faces for you." and daughter of misfortune, whose age
feed every day ? There's my wife and 'thrilling' incidents oC bill career to tin town an 1 hill pout. In the mean tune While taking a glass| at the Inn ; they or other Innnnltie render then unable
that's three and the four of who could Justly begged leave to inquire of their bum the of this
her two sisters- ; experience some poet all the Contellatinn's boat were laid alongside pleasantcompanion to angry wave tanpuuou *-
boy."en f and Lucy and Sarah and appreciate and worthily describe them the wharf. The captain of the can-, In what part of England he world with the strong arm and uaawy i
Jane, and Louisa, four more-eleven ; A. to who acre hut parents, the Colonel omers embarked his company and after was born ; he told them he wan not born I vigor with which Hearcn bad bleaactfbim.
then there's the cook, and the housemaidand has never been particular and does not them the Greek company. This, waa effected in England, Wales, Ireland, or Scotland lie net that good extmpl: of vlgoron -
the boy-fourteen, and the woman that seem to have stood in need of a pedigree. in silence, and the Bashaw, Hemet, Her was another puzzle fur John Bulk Industry and charitable liberality
COOMS everyday to wash and do odd jots The place of his birth is as little to the pur- immediately repaired to the fort with his "Where then 7" wu born at Narra- which thus combined must bleu every e
fifteen then there' the he has not tramelled himself with ." "Where's that T "Six miles that embrace the *
about the house- ; pose:- retinue about thirty persons including oar from community living JIlt*
nursery maid-sixteen ; surely there mU'11 local prt'judices.oo has contrived to nuke Colonel() dismounted and embarked in the Poltawoone, and ten mile from Pop- icrn.-Cuuntr.Anetfttt 2
be another-I'm sure I made it out seventeen i himself home in Europe Asia.. Africa. boats. The marines followed and they paequash, and about four miles west of Con o
when I was reckoning up last Sunday Educated for the priesthood, at the age of bad scarcely left the shore when It was bate and not far from the spot"where union al tin fins .f the /l -
morning at church | there must be another fifteen he betook himself to arms, and was crowded with the distracted soldiery andpopulace the with the warlike P ,uo.. was urn somewhere ; let me see again t wife' cadet of huefiars at the siege of Belgrade who were thus abandoned to themercy fought." "In what part of the East Indies ted ON' concideriible object of the fisherer
wife's .listen, boys, girls-oh it's myself under Marshal Laudnhn At the breaking of,the Turkish authorities. A massacre is that sir 1" East Indies, my dear sir I IIt men of that period waa ptarU. It I Is aid
Faith, I have so many to thine of and out the war of the French revolution Innerved Of course followed upon.U{ w ho bad is In the Slate of Rhode Island _between that Caraar was first interested la the country -
provide for, that I forgot myself half under Marshal Clairfait/ in the Low during the night to the Massachusetts: and CMfttcttcvt river" by the eight of them and It appear
the li-ne. Yes that makes it-seventeen Countries ; afterwards" uuJtr the Aiclt not tains escaped and de erte. llametand his IUOUn.1 This WM. all Greek to fall companions and that on his return to Rome, after hia Invasion .
; Seventeen, people to feed every dayis Duke Charles on the retreat of Moreau. were Carrie** Syracuse, whence he ddre . no joke I and somehow or other they all Then he served in Italy under Ahingsi *ed a pathethi appeal to the people of geography. .' .f Venus, in eeunpiianc with UM blind t
. have most furious appetites j but, then, Wormstur and Melaa. We postpone the the United Stales An- act of Congress was superstition of his ag* and oovntry,
blest their hearts, it's pleasant to see' them I details of thee campaigns. F orced to quit immediately parsed for the temporary relief Extract jest Mi. Ktmbljt HurA--A a breastplate. enriched with pearl .....d, In
eat. What havoc they do make with the the Austrian sen ice for a duel with a brother of Hamct in terms which Implied* brief extract from Fanny Kerable'a Journal Inscription which It bon,to be Ha. produce -,
b'lekwheat.eabl of* morning, to be sure I : officer, he commenced career of transmutation determination,to make him a permanent }has found its way Into one of the Boston of his British conq..... O** ii -
Now poor Tom knows nothing of all this. I. and adventures, almost rivaling but his dealt tnuweepfed the intended papers It Is aorurate, ". .lies well ataoc U recorded of aa ancient British
There he lives all alone by himself in a the fabulous wonders of the Arabian Nigbi. provision boon, and Christian honor remaledunvindicated written. The following is.the iFriday pearl for which eighty pound was given.
hoarding-house, with nobody near him He who had fought u colonel vf Chameurs ; to_this MuseHmaa Prince. ... 14 n.. A pearl tarod In k. aver Conway n
.that cares a brass farthing whether he livesor .at the battle of Marengo< became a pedlarof Thus ended a gallant and .ft Wtlle malt Forgot all about i ii. except that I went WaI.datW adorn UM royal crown of
dies. No affectionate wife to nurse him watches in Switzerland,a Capuchin friar which U stated in the ofleial correspondence about the town with(.YOlolteh-.
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and coddle him up when he's sick t no little 'of Sicily, a pilgrim at Jerusalem and at of the American Cooupiaiiionera who e e C i Even at she preeent lima, apoeiea of
prattler about him to keep him ill a Mfcca, the keeper! of a Cafe in Alexandria, negotiated the peaceto bate had the effect went to see bla Quaker wife whom 1 liked heHfUh aonMtlmoa cooUlaing pearl& .tofound
good humour-no dawning ..intellect, a traveller in Egypt, Nubia and Abyssinia of bringing the TripoutaM to terms very much. e In the Con way, M wall aa ia UMTey
whose development he can amnfe himself l a Turkish Dervise at Uagdad and a But have too long desisted Cot. Lcitensdorfer. o e of Scotland, and oeta toaIry on UM
Trebiiond At length still we Drove all about Now York, which more Scottish coaat but the poarkt are alma
with watching day after day-nobody to physician at Dropped at Srwcnoe, pea.y.lee I' : ;
study his wishes and klf'lll&1l; his comforts lighting on his feel, and 'fighting on his and a stranger he turned hi* eyes to than ever reminded me ., the town in invariably of a bad color and of Unto val
himself J in Constantinople France passed the Bowery the re, which ....
ready. Confound it, hasn't that woman own hook, he found America; and received froat GenL Eaton I ,
got back from the market yet 7 I feel remarkably took. service in the Turkish army of the testimonials which have U a handsome, finely proportioned building -
one many
! hungry. I don't mind the buy's detuned to Egypt to reduce the Maoa- been presented to the Senate, entitling with a large brazen eagle. plastered on thepediment We learn from UM Ta.... (Ma**.)
if wife likes and armed at Grand Cairo in IMM. for all the world like an Insurance UM lloo. H.Banna
I! being coddled and messed my lukes; him to the hospitality and Jwtke of the A Reporter that Judge
it, but there's no juke in having the breakfast Dame fortune, finding her favorite Colonel mericen Government mark, or the sign of the spread eagle of the Court of Probate for kit coary, hat
I I kept back for an bovr. Oh, by the degenerating, into steadiness, here rolled ia |this .is nefarious We passed a pretty resigned thai once, having ar__ la that
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certainly
with General In 1811, small and squa- house, which Col/ railed an old mansion tour
all those into acquaintance than
I I must remember to buy him au rapacity for mora twenty year,
way United Mates Army date provison was made for him on BM, him, aM it I Old I 11
things for the children todayChristmas W ILLUM K*'row, J the ( mercy with idlitvpa aetaality, aod to thooatiraatbfaciiod
f to do whatno lie brings abundant proof of having been of Warwick Castle Hat-field, of .
U close at hand, and my wife has made who was Mucking for somebody thought of the ronmualty. ndfa Rae.its
out a list of the presents i man in his senses would have attempted recognized a* engaged m the capacity of Chequers, of lIopewood-old i and ..Iher.it I. the only field officw! 01*UM lUrolutlonary -
expenseandptheirscbooMeils authorized Inspector General and Engineer the service stood pillars and Italian looking portico
More General Eaton' enterprise was CoatlaMtala, now aarvivteg, taMaasachusett
heir stockings
ol of the United States, with the pay of the world like of our own
coming in too 11 remember be- by our Government. In the words for all one ; and vita the eyfoaaatlon
Ion I waa married I used to think what a, Mr. Benton of the V. H. Senate hU plan of Colonel in the moot useful, arduous and the cit'a grown boiiw. Old quotha I the wood. of CoL Taos wu, the only waver of the
delight it would be to educate the young co-operation with the naval attack on Tri perilous expedition; and considering and waters, and hills and akle alono are Military family Of Washington.Among .
myself; but a man with a large. poli, by a militaig movement from the Interior event ol that affair -we cannot help thinking old here f the works omen are in the very

rogues family hap no time for that sort of amuMe- I received the sanction of Mr. Jd'er.i nat our Government should by giving but a the to petitioner discussions -. greenness and unmellowed lotperfeetioo ) the numerous Jmpiov:*at*,
directed to his full pay stop 'tU a youth of vigorous
of true
vaunt f wonder how old my young Tom son's adminUtraton, and be was youth | tM Appalachaeola A4vertln aow
la ; let me see, when does his birthday excute it. To find out, and to bring into' which can reflect upon it no benor. sap. and glorious promise, spring ladeewith sad says..arua,1M profr*** of thk tOae*, to a A*.
torn 1 nest month, as I'm a Christian his views, the exiled D *haw, HametCarabulli advocating his. claims broMoms foretelling abundant" VoUto Cotton frttt, eowstrveted in UM
fourteaa of then a fugitive from his country, Mr. Benton In rich produce, and ao lot them be proud of Otteao
he will be Uoys .. with UMMW
and then .. priaekpl
fourteen consider themselves all! but men and wandering, u was not known w here, ",,14" that for nearly twenty yearns, be bad it. But the worst of It U. the Americans and atblU. U M capable of *xniagramt

nowdays, and Tom is suite of that 1 in seme part of Egypt. For this purpose known the petitioner with,-his Reproach......" had never they are.wbk4 with f wryinf la Uaa what andopportvastie power.work 'w..IMiUI' and i.. '
been coupled considering IB*
General lUtonwa.: carried of Aleundria ,
hit .
mind I see. Nothing will suit exquisite : i/o- qolt aa Mqolaiiwa to oar .....
lie live 1IO.near St. Louis lit j have a4 glory tjmtU
thence to they ,
feet but \V sl Dawn 1 boon, at set en dvl. (Iii a national, ship, and proceeding






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'4. -_ / MirW the wife*cf 0 cuBemadotte rise C \\eeoY'ae..

TV/on the Aoufitan AlaK u"t. own. But the male wren'wis a bird 01 Iverpuweving European excel iVir the stde.advuntiftt. These ,area busts) marriage, and, the a Crowd Prince of Sweden,, Per 7'C'rrlt..I'4I.l1 and County Tattt,

TOMB OFWAKIIINqTON1 spirit, and not disposed tamely to submit I I on Quern upon .-, : ti.e 4th day of April next
TilE NEW with.. Mils, in addition to a \\'ith a prospect of becoming On atur. i)
: The ancient family vault, In which the to the injury. Some days after, watching. are number provided of oars and Towers, and they pens the demise of the reigning monarch.What between the l.ours' lu, and 12, o'clock A.M. .

dust of Washington Ant reposed was sill his opportunity when his antagonist wa. with inconcehaMe raPI- a capricious and splendid fate was IkhalloPrr for sale in front to the

ated under the shade of a little trove of away, he entered the cage, and commenced through the Molwa wntei opium is in rather flatter" Jooephmc'' I The daughter of an obscure court House! in the city of Pensacola, the
The
.
the of the U"t.lie dity.
short distance from the matioahouM rolling egg out India Islands, or to much thereof a*
forWH-lreesj this flwtiiHtes ." one of thee t following property,
drug in
ned cake Thejmce'of planter
.t Mount Vernon, and near had thrown out but one when the bluebird the consumption in the and subsequently the poor and destitute will pay to the Territory of Florida and

the brow-of the precipitous bank of the discovered him, and with loud cries. Chinese very irrtuh mint j be mormons, and i Is widow of an officer who had suffered the county of Escamhia, for taxes due thereon,
Immediate The empire
Poioma. made an attack. wren short became 31st day of December 1834, unless -
few
she in a year to the
the )least extraordinary part guillotine, up
hi humble pul'l! sought safety in a neighboring currant entirely (not the subscriber be-
Small an&.dadorned, illicit trade. the adored wife of the vorld't mattrr the taxes are paid to ,
curried on by an
of the affair
chre stood In a mot romantic picturesqu bush, and by his activity in dodging about ) made I if to anyextent { him who made footballs of thethrones fore the day of sale, together with all costs
usually ; -o
1 he are
the branched and the ground mi nt*
pay
lra%- on
seen by amunng ,
and could be distinctly nearly all thcrow !
spot, earth-plnN'd
the and
which Is taken by of
silver, ;
and succeeded in his enraged adverst in Mjo-e charges.Jihn
eUer as they pease d in steamboats up eluding acknowledged Christendom nn the heads of his I1ro.na want- .
Kilvercoinage being ns in
dowa the river. I' ry. 1 he blue bird gave up the ne t The weight, no Government. 'l"he family-marrhinglhnlogh)- part of Arpans No. 28. 31. 38. 47. 48.'83. 80. 74. j
the Mhea of the hud luckily fallen on a soft bed, and ( by the Chinese
month egg No. 23. 1 2 do.No. .
Within few domains "Jionhnfhit 67. 08. 1-2 do. -
examine Chinese of the opium refine I It F.urope as if his own 73. (I. tilt I
father of hi* country have been removed had not brokt'n. After careful purchasers it for thunder shaken road with gnren and 73. on the suburb of the city of Pensa
to using smoking
designated by a lion he took it Into his claws, and returnedit by boiling/ previous ;
that now Romans St.
from place in the form tincture, usual dictating his pleasure M. tow to trembling so lots No. 216. 228 on
it also
fence to one near the const eddy to the nest."iIU8iNE8S. they use Into 1-2 of lot
white picket smnll bottle containing about Europe at Canipio Formio and Tilsit I INtuhnlle 12 on Tarragona Street \
where the river I I.I la ly carrying a .
beautiful vineyard No. 325.
of a them. of China habeen Mhig No *0. on Uovt. bt. 1.2 of lot on
The Emperor
concealed from View.: This tile was selected TOMOKHOW"SAID present Florida blanca street 1-4 of lot No. 6. on
life for a tomb j and the Theban govornor, M he smiling described si ling totally incapacitated '
i by him during amount of taxes due-{2 23Carmrlila
church street
the PILGRIMA1'INIYERIAU'- ,
here are now deposited the remains of that I' laid by unopened the letter that would from any business, through excessto
the 22d ultimo Thrt-IfmouthG-I' Ordognei.
which he has carried the debilitatini ration on ,
the American: of conspiracy against
who rendered to Informed him a
great moy have of tlmoklng.-Dtftetl', tt'andertngt. the Rev. G. W. BLACOCN' 1-2 of lot "-&. on liuuida street amount
civil and mill to-morrow"-the answer practice opium
Business
republic the most important bis life- (111.4.F. .
effort of of taxes dirt',
tary1 service it ever r, lved.1 Is arched was his death warrant, and he scale, was an worthy and the occasion. T. COMMYNS.
the
of
speaker i
over, and with the irond *boot'It, cover. it with smile. I That night he was astuuslnated. tax collector rscambia county.
t stopping at a tavern a.
and shrubbery. few jne Whoever has read history and A Frf'Drhmant ,
e.t with .
rue I'tnsacola Die. :311. 1834! -44.-13tNOTICE
'
here is such
of cedar aro scattered around It t but they; investigated thr cause of great events cannot ked for Jacob. no person POK T OF PEJYSJ_COLA -, --_ --
do not afford much shade, many 'of their have failed to note how often the seal here, Mid the Landlord.Tis not any person :

branches having been cuta&rT l by visiton, of success ha been turned solely t hy the I want Mire, but the"beer, make warm Arrived' since our taut.Schr. the next Term of the Honourable the ,.
The front ill defiance wid de poker. Well; answered mine Betsey, Hathorn, New Orleans, AT '
and taken away as memento weight of tune and yet, as if in County Court of Kucambia County,
wal) the en how an hOlt that is flip" "Aye, ye*. Mire, you Cargo to II. Frazer Jcrrison! & Foster the
of the usual size.: In the over of reason and experience, many ) to be held at the City of 1'cnsacola. on
tr.nceI. snail slab ofwUM marble, will. in the daily practice of putting off" ,busl are in' de rightmean Phtp'SCAP9 flyer& Le Baron, G W. Darkly, W.Golds- first Monday or April next, I shall apply
inscribed Hi "W A1I8' which should be bury j Capt. Shannon and the master. the
these word upon near till to morrow" hIISlORY LITERATUHE. for the settlement of my accounts as
INOTON FAMILY." Below I is another .tope done to-day } and this too rather from habit HIOM AND Departed, Executrix: of JOHN DE LA HUA, deceased -
Maftnzas
the following brief passage from Th'ro'III no subject Upon Schr. Essex, Cousins! 30(100Banks
containing than indolence. and move to be finally charged.
r the scriptures "I am the resurrection and which there have lieen more maxim; The heart is a garden, and youth la its 712 Cords wood, by flyer & Lc MARGARITA DE LA RUA,

the lifer| ke that bclieveth on me, tho' he established than thin } no theme more spring, and hope hi its sunshine, and ton Baron, Oct 10 1834.: 3l-6m Ex'r.
were dead, shall he live." Such I. the ..inlt fruitful to the preacher then the value nr Is a thorny plant, that grows up and ,hears! Schr. Creole, Roche, New Orleans. ,

t fie tomb of W'lIshitlit dNo other monu time still the waste of it In I the! source of one bright flower, which has nothing like It I PI C i

melt ma ks his grave fadtttes[ ioverty and even death. Now the in all the earth. S aDlJ'm# :j(5373i 1 13N .$. $
instead of all the ""
I business is pu( off till to morrow, ," and If memory, softening "JLrri
'J From the Kty Wat Advertiser,Jan. 3, then the succor comes" too Ute." Then traces, ,gave.. back the original line Tax Cac.lot"s'8 ';: !

1 The following account of a ship wreel U not a more universal error than procrastination of lift} )in their native harshness, who For Territorial and County TAX EN, HE Subscriber would inform.hi. cueI -
i lIurd uf the SchrAmu .' could live on to old age? for the catalogue that he
WM handed tin by Capt. ;-none *o insidious! -tor we Saturday the let day of August next L toners and friends generally,
N if an which passed this plure on the often hear men drkcanting upon the folly of broken hope, and disappointed ON between the hour 10, and 12, A. M. ii.iUishedhimttelfin the SHOL BUS1M -

t 22d Iec..from New York, bound to Now ofwaitmff lime who are in the daily nractica wishes, and pleasure snatched from ui I shall offer for sale, in front to the courtHouse : '.*:*> I'rnsucola! and has removed from

Orlettiu Inconsequence of the"latancm!, ,Jeierrmg what could and should be never to return, would be more than any In the city oCPen"ccJIa, the following the old stand of Deering & Levett to Bank .

of the hourat which we received jt,* .a our, done at once. This foible is common tc human mind could brtr.'' It would harden much thereof u will Building, where he intend keeping good

i paper being nearly made up,>il wu. 'omit all clauses of socitty the merchant puts of the heart to marble, or break. it in Its youth property the or so of Florida, and countyof and extensive assortment of LOOTS,
Territory
week. It is happy too, that fa early year out pay Ac. &c.
led lilt tile insurance of ship, which wall wrrrJ.lod"yellterday" due thereon to MCNRhISBROGANS, PUMPS,
for
On ) of December 1834 .-the mind has greater power* of resistance, for Escamhia, taxes up and
the I2tb till "to, morrow ; the farmer December 18341 unless the for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses Master '
the 31st ;
+ Schooner: .American, W. A. fiord, master,, puts off his harvesting till to morrow the, novelty of sorrow "gives it a double* Taxes are day paid to the subscriber before the Chili'rui.hich will be sola! at the pnt"-
saw a wreck In latitude 32 42 N. longitude the font sting. singled
and then find that"last night" of .Ie together with all cost andcharges ruLNiw-Yorkpricesby: Package,
70 45 W.-went near enough to discovei destroyed hill 'n.p-the carpenter defer Women and'valets de chambre :govern day .. /" u or Pair I eighty Travelling Trunk

that there Was no living soul on bo.rd-it building till another day," until death the world Murkrant disagreed with Sarah HENRY BASS. 1\1111) ll\8ea,, (containing Six Thousand Pairs \

WM found to be a tarn high deck brig, reproaches him \vilh11 DucheM of Marlborough, mad, her; 'insolent ACHES 3d rate Land, situ- more or less, now on hand,-consisting of

main mart gone/ to the deck, fore maxt standing Your house Is fimialicd, sir, at last, to Queen Anne, made Queen 'Anne 1280 ated East of PeTdido ivt'r,13 almost every article usually kept in Shoe
3 j' topmast and foremast head gone- house of threaten to boxTtier ears, made England cosign French to
A narrow hou e-a clay, mile from the city of Pen acola, boundedby stores at the North from Slipper
for* top twisted fore and aft, partof the topsail Your puloce for "another day." -4 her advantages over France, placed the Sierra's land and others vacanton a coarse Brogan. Purchaser of the above '

lying across it-one huncher *fl the ]Hangar Couner.] Bourbon.dynasty on the throne of Spain,, Kugenio articles respectfully invited to call and
are
.. lands and
West
and
forecastle, she had a figure bead-a double .. and changed b..free of Europe even to theprevent the East, by vacant of Perdido.Amount examine the Stock and Price for them-
the south by"'e"l Bay
fl martingale, bow.prit.tood high, square TRANSPARENCY OF THE SEA." day on Taxes 40. I iclves. JOSEPH S. LEVETT.
bourse on deck two doors forward and two There U nothing perhaps, that IItrlkes.1northern In Turkey there la no written law ; no of 82
JUAN DOMINGUES. "O 8' Gum Elastic :
rrtme
I aft-no carved work on her stern,but painted traveller more than the singular parliament; no property; no rank, but

to resemble something-could.not see ranspurancy of the waters; and the fartherhe serving the Grand Seignor. And the family JL 1 OQA, ACRES of 3d. rate Land Situ- Sl\ES, at $1pet rats.
O.vfated between two Bayous -
hetname-had but two dead lights, which into the Arctic regions,, the of the emperor' first slave Of prime vizier, ,
penetrates which first marked A to a JV' D.-Per.lJtl# tending ttrvantt trill
point high
She their former the << pine
were swinging on hinges. appeared to is his attention rnetted to link into obscurity, moment '
l be full of water for every toll of the aea more forcibly of fathoms he i Is dispatched by the mutes,which with two crosses, is distant 3 mile west ileate tend a written memorandum
fact At 361larahal'e
this depth
a twenty 1834. No.
from the of Pensacola bounded on all Pensacola Nov. 15,
,
city
broke over her deck-paint upon her sides feet, the whole I.s the common end of thesenimJstcrs of
could her bullwark washed 'or one hundred"and twenty ides by vacant wn .Amount of Taxes,
not discover
late.
surface of the ground) is exposed to view-; j
way. On the lOtli Dec., lout the steward led*, composed entirely of shells, sand The coming-iime is filled with thing I 40.JAYME Sale* {

Win Price knocked.oVerboard by the fore submarinejreauv that we know net, ,hd chalice calls forth I FONTENAL. Lawrence Millaudon v*.

W* w-hero n ...........ertw1a.... .".! >...*..4. I ihtly kpnnklcd prcseul, uirougmm0ie medium, 'w n.71iflAOjJrn4..i.arn1:t ....".>.. ..ly 040 ACRKSof 3d Land situated on The hcin;.nf I. tui* Doquemenil, '
the Schr. immediately aw him on the client, new wonder to the unaccustomed eye. ItIIJ I way into life Is to wall for Fate, and seize the west aide oflheCrecKOi Indian De Morant.

Rot the boat out kid sent In pursuit of him, staled, by Hir Cape! de Brooke, and fully he clrcuHMtanee .f the day t by the errors puns, which empties Into Bayou Te- By Virtue of a writ of fl.fa. to me directed
wind and rough of the to correct our actions at tar and 3 3-4 miles}N.: N.W. from the city
the sea
blowing heavy confirmed by my observation In Norway, past from the lion. the Superior Court for the
f boat returned in,the night without him. that tutnietiines on the shores of Norland the' resent, and to leave the future to a wiser of 1'ensacola, bounded on the N. W. by western district of Florida, I shall i proceedto
land
for Francisco Vidal
I sea la transparent to a depth of four or five udgemeat and a stronger hand. surveyed on theS. sell at public outcry, on the 7th, day
''I FUEL. The following short paragraph : hundred feet ; and that when a U>at passes! King John summoned the barons to pass W. and 8. E. by vacant Lands. A- of Febuary 1835, at the door of the Court

: 1 from the people's Magazine, happily illustrates over> subuqueout" mountains, whose sum the seas to him in Normandy, and assist mount of Taxes, fc il 20. house in Pensacola, between the hours .

the economy of using green wood,, nits rise jlr>M-that line, but hoe bates him to quell his rebellious lIubje- II!. They LOltF. ZO'NAJO VITRIAN. prescribed by law, all the right title and interest -
] In whatever an fuel I refused unless he would promise to restore O<> h ACRES of 3d rate Land situated
proportion :
\ TC fixed\ in nn uiif u"lIIlIhle abyss, the vi JJ of the heir of Louis Doqueineml De
3 miles N. E."of
) BimNiNO OHEIIIVuoD1 like greenwood ual illusion in so ptrloi that one who has I and preserve their liberties. Thi wn the the ntv ol Moruut in and to the following Property
with dry" Farmer Hoi-! first toward an uiutiociation for a Pensacola fronting to the bay on the Eastside
I along says gradually in tranquil| progress parsed over attempt in so much thereof as will satisfy the above
man "It makes a fire hold out longer." No the surface, ascended wonderingly the rugged plan of liberty,.according to Mr. Hume. bounded on the north .by land of execution and costs to wit
FransiMco
doubt It doe Farmer II. No doubt a fire shrinks back with horror. he Touard and wed by vacant The undivided half of lot Nov 29, 85,
steep, I.and .
from wood but have I A Powerful PrtarhfrA KentucMui Amount of Taxes, 91 7334.
green lasts longer i you crosses the vortex, under an impression 102, 145, 146, 147 148, 149, situated in
thought why Would It last longer, if you that he is falling headlong down the preci-i who had listened to an eloquent and popular No. JAMES U GOREE. the City of Pensacola, the undivided half
: did not burn prodigious quantity of dry preacher, gave the following account 10 53 feet on Church Street. Amount "
prqe. The transparency of tropical watersenerally of of one third of Lot No.78, three undividedeighteenth
wood with It' Do not know that a ; uf him. Taxes. $000334.B. .
you far M experience isnot of a tract of Land of 300
a* my goes< parts
.
I great deal of heat produced by the rest of comparable to that of the sea in these I'll tell you what it is," ejaculated he, I!. PIERCE.' arpans called the Rivas Land, lying near
the that's 1 what 1 call real No. 26 1 lot on the Bay. Amount of
the wood, Is taken up in evaporating a tear down sneezer
latitudes though an exceptionbe the Texar the undivided fourth
northern ; oa'ou part
,; water or aap of the green .stick? made in faror of the China seas, and afeW' ic's a barkwell and holdfast too ; heloesn'l Taxes #00 06. of two several' concessions of Land situateon
DANIEL
1 isolated on the A tlantit'. Everyone honey in to'em, and mince his STONE.No. the Tensaw Road about twelve mile
Was'ntthat well done, said a waterman ; spots ,
08 1 lot Cuaa
Street
i ord*-he let's It do\t a to 'em hot and on 160 1 do. on
on the Susquehanna as hi. raft struck who ha punned over the Bunk known he knocks down and Intcndentia Street Amount of Taxes from the City of Penaacola. the one con

on one 'of the piers of the HarrUburgBridge to sailor as the Maya de Malha, ten degrees heavy he first gives it to'em in one dragout then in; iOO 00. taining of 1600 arpans and the other contaming -

there's five on 'em and I only hit north of the Mauritius must remember with in the eye ; MERCED VIDAL. 800( arpans also the undividedhalf
'other then giuard and at last he
of shell and coral which ,
pleasure the worlds No. I.IC1ot No. 243, in raid City of.Pensa
head under his arm and then I 134.10 feet on Intendentia Street.
gets your ,
to view at .I
one.One letranslumd water a- cola.
expose James W. Exum
of I5&3 of the population of France to five\ and thirty ( reckon he feathers it in between the lug and Amount of Taxes SIX 1114. Marshal.
thirty JOSEPH S1EBBA D. M.
By
;i la deaf and dum I in Russia one In 1548 in EllioWa lAtltr.fro- athomll'-I the horn \ ha give*a fellow no more of a ESTATE OF XIMENES. ,

U. States\, one in 1333. | chance then. COO has in a black jacket" Pourapen, on the Suburb west of the AN ORDINANCE.To
rope 'I'ben you give him more credit for hit city of PeoMCola amount of taxes 4$OO 03 .
il By a late official document of the city 34 provide for the erection or of Bathing
.
sincerity then usuallydo men of hufcloth .
that, ol l V .'fail.-It I I. not generally you
councils of Boston, it appears out / Hf by "said hill auditor. F. T. COMMYNS (louses the Bay of Pen acolLtIrr.
3767 wells. In that town,seven only furnish known that this practicewhich i I. quite Tax collector for I. Be it Ordained the
\1 yes I I. there's no whippin the devil Esoambla county. by Mayor
J oft water, fit for washing ', common, (we mean and the wruingonthe pamphlet whichare mar round the stump with him I h. jumps ai _Pensacola Jany. 15th: 1835-6m.Veuaacoia and Board of Aldermen tfth City of Pea.aula -
of
gin newspaper him tooth and toenail and I'm flambergaa- That the Mayor be and he M.here
AWiora HOAX. We lately extracted sent by mail,'in order to save letter Ding Store.
I ted if I don't think he rather worsted thtQtd by authorized to grant to Antonio Collies
an article from Elsvvorth, (Mil.) Hancock postage) iacontrary to law, and.aubjMU DRUG and MEDICINE the privilege of building Bath.
Boy this morning t and he's the best THE STORE one or more o
offender The .' fine.
-
Advertiser relating the Geology of that the to a Postmaster
now fitted in ing houses
the In the
I match 1 ever saw him have. up red building any place Bay ex-
portion of Maine, and particularly to a bed .tn reply to some late" inquiries whetbi .
K+ W opposite the Public Square, where at all\ cept between Jefferson and Baylen _
of bituminous coal which" U was supposed er writing on a newspaper or pamphlet, .
i times be found 81 reet. This right to continue for
Tkt Howe was located near ftjjn Ulnetrilt!, and which tartly erazed, and so legible as to be read, .
[
.
part 1'aasUy.-The life and adventures of MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS not exceeding ten and the said Col
U WM believed, would adilumnch .too the I. contrary to law.ami makes the pamphlet and DIE lins chaige lear. ,
wbe died in may not exceeding
Don Pcoao, recently Portugal
with letter STUFFS.AU
riches ef our sister State and the*comfort or newspaper chargeable
I have been_xtraor finery, lilt from that the writing could b* career,
of Us ffahnhrUMiU( But the followingaxtraatofantrtloheIn postage, states, M TONIC
each
BITTERS and
with Dr. A. Cortil- timE the Mid
the last aumbe.QCl read bring the peruon-wriiing it' within though briefs baa been adventurous, brilliant ) I every bathing \
k
and ,.o*eM/uL Born heir to the lie' COMPOUND MIXTURE, for that House or House are used for the privi
the Poet
i that It that the whole affair the penalty of the 30th aertioa of
mischievous thrills of Portugal\ after occupying it for a loathsome! plague the Fever and Agoe lege of bathing therein-Provided the same
,
was noaz-Tnere.'to BQTinl- Office law and .avblect to a fine of.$3. U! ( t
1 neral! coal near Bluehill excepting what Is reply to the following Inquiry" Is the following short lime, hcwdieated In favor of his infant warranted toeflect a cure or the mooer re be kept in good order and condition v .

imported. The fact of the whole story is, : sentence written on the outside of daughter, '>nd transported himself to turned. The Establishment is in charge of SEC. 2. He further ordaineil,That

1 that eons.prrson for sport speculation. a wrapper to a hamphlet. chargeable with the Portugueae'dependencie in South A- a skilful Apothecary, and we hope by tin- the Mayor shall have power, with the ad

+ procured Urea or four bushels of coal!,and letter postage I vkii Itoceive this from roerioa-becanjb a sort of revolutionist" remitted .attention- business, to gain a vice and consent of the Board of Aldermen,
t In the liamisphere-founded a share of public patronage. to grant thY j right of keeping Bathing Houses
scattered along the..hore.' and in the ere," your friend and brother, J. T. AU well at new new
i CM of 1 rock which had appearance. of coal present," he ay*> "Complimentary phrases kingdom-became emperor of Brazil-abdicated I JOHN A. HALL & CO. to any person for a term not exceeding

i on Its aurfae It was soon found, dug out I. such as A. B. to C. U, with his re.. a sees"time-returned to Europe I Nov 29 No. 38 ten yearsto be determined by the Mayor
of the Mi private MYenturer-'ub an almost md Board of Aldermen-Provided that no
of the.hole and exhibited. A company peels with compliment author,1 Margarita De La Rua
Ez't.vs. .
WM formed who subscribed lire hundred or such like endorsements oa.newapapere hopeless pros of success, commenced ) Bathing House or House shall be built in

dollar at five dolUra dunce, exploring and other printed matter sent by mail are a civil his brother ..fuguewho Samuel M. th.* )> the Bay, between Jefferson and Bayten .
Smy
Soon a/Wr a Keutlemuu employed by thelrtl.&l1d.bel not considered to be in violation of the2&ih during Io. long absence, bad deposed Pedro IllS sun hu Streets. t .

(<, York Aiming Companies section: but only such memoranda M convey da ghter and usurped the throne ofIHKtugatvsuccWdcd JL of attachment been commenced by writ I JOHN JERRISON .

examined: the fpot, and offered a hundred intelligence of auy kind, that U properly contrary to all calculation term of the returnable to the not PI" ". o/fh. Board of Aldermen. ,

a ,dollar fur a viper M Uru*> M bean, found the subject of letter correspondence.Ail. ."- in expellee Miguel, and re-instating County. The Superior defendant Court for Ewcambia fasted Oct 4, 1834; J1

imlKvlded the.rock.! The hole illusion Dotty Adt. KM: hart hu daAghUf OB the throne-w M appointed and all other prrn..inter.eated.re CRUPPER, Secretary.' j

vanished like& smoke;"and the only conaolalion : .. regent of the\Kingdom, & died at the early plead i. to the declaration.required to appear rrBENJ. and Approved October7th,1834. '

i I we. have fur \, & to the Opium TI'tICoy occasionally visitingthe age of thirty-sef, ,the idol of the Peninulal D. C. EVANS, Mayor

cheat *1. that we were. gulled/ second-han HtrciikM, one of pre receivnlg shin* for I IPedro Sept '3 WRIGHT, for Plff.

dad." Boston Mercantile Journal opium, I WM able to observe, through the had two wives-the first an Austrian No. 27 NOTICE. i;

kindness of Mr Parry, her chief officer, Arch DucbeM. and the second a Bank of Florida, ) THIS suit bat been LETTERS of administration on the ea-

i IaeG elteeBirdi.-A gentleman re- how Ibis extensive and lucrative bwkineMU ; daughter of Kdgene Beauharuois,, son of, *. > commenced .' IPINIA, dec ..-
by
J
siding In Cattklll relates the following conducted. The sales are effected in the empress Jowphme. This I Duke of I Samuel,Fry. ) attachment writ of ed, have Un granted to the undersignedall

{ A lOll of ills, In the early pert of a season Canton by the European merchant and orders Leuchtenberg, .whoM uiarrtage U shortly I. to the next term of the Superior, returnable Court for pare.its indebted to the estate will t

put up a cage In his garden, intended sent down to the smuggling boats for > to take place with Don Pedro' daughter, E caiubia County The fefendant male immediate payment ; and those haying ,

t for the blue bird. Soon after it WM" Com the delivery of the opium, from the different Donna Maria De Gloria, the young Queen other persons interested are and all claim against the estate, will present

p1e' 'ed,
being, pleased witth the tenement, took are armed with spears, shield, and *, and, etingequentstepson/ to the 0E.''iJ. D. WRIGHT for Plff. the time prescribed by law

pose!,..ion and commenced building a I even fire-arm, to repel any attack that maybe emperor Napoleon, and brother 10 Pedro'. No-557 HENRY:: MICIIELET, Adm. ,,

r i' nest Before, ho"enrIhe nest was complete made upon them by the Mandarin guard- second wife, who hu survived him. Sept 13 December 12, 183-&. No. 40.

Jj a pair of blue bird arrived, laid boat They are also manned by a very It U a eurious chapter in human history 3J la sad I Ct13'.5t! ;ra.t.3

iii cla.iID tq.the age; and after a bard battle brave athletic en w indeed Chinese fight that of the grand children of the orillnallyobcure DEEDS, MQRTGAOS Bills Ui m "m l1 aUth

succeeded In'pS C the wren.. and forth. very well one against the other,.but cau- \\ eat Indian Jo* phiite oar m" SALE.AND '

with comptt the nest OD a plea oC their not bring forward sufficient courage to face' should be an Enprtu, another a Ktf by Foi IAU-AT'THIS OrrioB. I ExecutedAT "
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/ ,,-13-7f A 3 (t O IL ftl. the tenant or the' \\ Lite louse at Welling or mer-or" to the 31st degree of north I IaI del interest of England, and he had already lays hiOt was but a trifle ro>. ded\JcMd.
ton. tllu"alJtollllJ the boundary line between the "
I commenced the formation of a regular from Gen Mwbry's wealth.
: SATURDAY JANUARY 31,_18M.V I State of Alabama and the Territory of Ho communication between Treblzond and The MtI'RtJt.t.t Randolph one of the largestofthi -
,
: : On the lath inst the Senate unanimously Ida, at such point as they nay think proper -
violent storm, accompanied by thun Constantinople, with every prospect of Nsnhvtlle cotton boats, has UtM
adopted a resolution/ or a canal to connect the wattr of
der and declaring that It Is most perfect success.I'vyageoftke day left the wharf for New Orleans. Sneh
lightning
wasexperjencedhereo nsaeola. bay with" the Perdido rh'u.-AI.
last inexpedient at present, to adopt any legislative a nclit ncr frightened the Ash in your
Sunday night, and another on the so Potomac. before
-We have northern waters. This majestic boat wits
measure in regatd to the of affairs .
state
night before last In the course of the A bill to authorise Wm. II. Chime, and us specimen of the work the t Unite her right toikra fc stupendous machinery

first intentioned storm the residence of between the United Slates and France SIn his associates to construe a rail way" or. States Frigate Potomac,during the cueum- wan bnrJ nest with the trifling cargo of on-
the louse of Representative the canal between the Grand Lagoon emptying) navigation of the Globe in the
on ly thirty"six. hundred bates of cotton the
Maj. DUD C. WILLIS, was struck wit same day, the Army Appropriation Billwas into the bay of IVnsacoU and Die Pi rdl"o 1833, 1833 and 1KU, &c. Mr Reynolds is freight for which to N. OrleaM ,,11lie\ about .
1 ghtntng: A part of the chimney was r \er. known to have been
read a third time and passed Mr Industriously employed eleven thousand dollar The to)age
Ie thrown down, and nearly the whole of the for many month. in preparing thin "'probably\ be made in about ten days.
Polk then moved to postpone the order of .4winfmM{. by therendet, riM rAe .
work for the -the rl"l.
weather boarding of the gable end of the press ample mate The Randolph in one hundred and eicbtv
1 house the day and take up the remaining appro- atlnce and nnurnt of the bfiiulr, for which he had been years in collecting." feet in lengths breadlhof( beam 3D lit
was torn away or loooenedTht WIlliam A. hitvbcad, Collector of the It Is also known to the public four inches
priatiation bill, which Mr M atnu,ugh desiring generally besides the guards winch are
. liar If gun.-The day before yesterday to lake the ,Bill Customs for the District, and inspector of that Mr Reynolds spent some years In the very wide | depth of hold 10 feet.-This noble -
I i up Navy opposed ; the Revenue for the Port of Key Went in South Seat and Pacific Ocean, before he boat i in loaded to-day with a freiiiit of
, we were startled by the report of but the motion of Mr. P. prevailed/ The the Territory of Florida, from the 4th ins, joined the Potomac. The particulars of about seven hundred Iwns,weight. She PlOo

twenty or thirty big guns in our harbour, House then resolved itself into a Committee when his former commission expired In the Anoawan, and his subsequent 'ed down the Cumberland like a floating

and, on looking out, to see what could be of the whole, Mr Hubtard in the Chair James W. Riplcj, Collet"tor of the Ou. travels by land through Chili and the mountain
the of much torn for the Districts of P M lUalll1'I\Id1] Araucaftlan and Indian lerriioiies., make no 1'clllIt'fla U actually< occasion so noise,,w ere sur when the
Appropriation Bill for Forlification in the State
of Maine from the Kill in-
t. I'juttifthe volume now in press, but will The present abundant harvest and the high
prized to find that it proceeded from a heretofore commenced was taken up when his present commission ill nl'in' bt given to the public hl'ft'aOl'r.-Mr. Rey- prices place the entire population in tine of

strange Brig of War On looking a lit and after desultory debate on sundry a- I Daniel Lane, Collector of the Customs for notch joined he Potomac at >alparaiM, In the easiest positions in a pecuniary point oft

tle more closely', the tri-celoured flag was amendments offered and rejected, the bill the District, and inspector of the Revenu October, ltU2, as private Secretary to Cum- sew,ltialj ta imagined.A .
for the Port
of Belfast in the Slate of nrudureDuwees-the gentlemen/ who pTevioii.lv -
seen floating among the smoke While w'I"I was laid aside to be repotU-d to the House Maine, from the 4th In t. when his firmer filled that station bating dlf'd.t sea

were thinking how the trench had got the Mr. Polk called up the bill from the Senate commission expired. lie hit written the narrative of that part of gang of thieve and pick-pockets Is
supposed to be at this time In New Orleans,
start of us in this matter of the war-of our appropriating 8107,000 for the Barracksat >\ lIIiaD! Linlt>Jiel CollectoroftheCus- the voyage whch took place Ufor he joined connected with Louisville
I' a in
I double barrelled fowling piece at home & New Orleam. toms for District oll'ieIM'r1; in the Slat the ship, under the sanction of the company "ollidI'C'tluire
< c.' This bill was aluo laid a of Khodrt!Island from the M iu.'(. Coininodore, and with fucihu that Kentucky, all acting In .onf'.t.-II

. the firing ceased, and the little schooner, side and the Committee having risen and Benjamin Pomtroj, t.urveur and Iispeetorof could be desired to render every it authentic no qratstretchof knavery extend
. f of
Experiment, took up the tune, and played reported kith bills to the House, without the Revenue for the Port of SIIIII' M here he has Irati lied IH>)OIH| the recordof a branch the concern to this 'city' -it

I r it as louoly and as well an her larger visitor .1 amendment, the latter bill was then read a ington in the Stage (>f Connecticut, from this voyage, md spoken our conrno, r. therefore might be,ex remind| the 4th ult. w lien his fornn. commission ;
C'iallnle".I* ill the l-nut: ,-of the ( hintxitheSAnduith --
They were shooting a* Irishmen third time and passed expired about these days, may savetheir ,
and Moo' lulandu
lily -the Pn
fight, for Jot e ; and tw this put us at our The House then adjourned William O. Hammond Surveyor for the chic w lisle fleet, <&r., Mr. HI')hold t'I.ilin* property borne from depredation and low.It ..
U'
must in mind these
ease, we nude enquiry/ mid found that our The District and inspector colthe Revenue for to be undtrittood HS sfeiking IHI hm uw n of tmirflcd adhesive iingera \.
/ and
venerable Judge DCVAL has resigned rush steps ,
the Port of Newport, in the State of nh..le!
visitor was the French IJri of War ENDVMIOM i .
rcvitonslbility
'
\ fniuinti
braadbh the torch of the incenilnirv
I his scat on the bench of the Supreme Court 100. from the IGth ult w hen his formicommission Probably, part nf thou volume which | )
of 18 guns, ten days from Hat'anna, and sometimes, when suspicions are
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of the United State j and ROGER B. Tamer expired.Themes purports to he a imratite of the imideut .
and that she had touched here for <'lit* named of tell tales,,They hsvtjreouraeto
supplies W. New of the
man, Register which took / at CJunllnh lUltoo will
of : place ,
Maryland, is understood to have been the A""I.III' knife which has a singular -
The following: list of the officers of the .:n- Land Office for the district of land subject not lie leant interesting The publicationwill ,
dymion, has been politely furnished us for nominated to the Senate by the President of to sale at M>ash ing ton. in the Slate of Mississippi be looked for with inn{ratienre and the still effect in C"t.n"'Rlllnd"IIC1..rdarknI'R Adrertiter.Cobctt's to

the United State, to succeed him. [The from the VM inttaiitlce B. J. work will lie read with audit)'.-Mr. Reynolds deeper ollllt"urJly.-Mo6iI

publication. I nomination ball not been acted upon'I C. \\ailes. who declined a re-am. .>ointment has embellished it with a number of .
Register thus deals with the dismissal
Commandant LAVADDLieuts .
engravings on net I, one of which ate ennpanies -
Rosin DO PARC, Dorom DC MONT Among other appointments recently; Obadiah Rich, to be Consul for Minorca, | the specimen now before... The of the Ministers ;-" I must humbly

LOLM, MAZERES, PREVOST OB LECROIX. made by the Resident and Senate is that and all the Balaric Islands, In the plane/ of(3.orgo work is to be publuhed by Harper and thank your Majesty for having diMmlsaed
Surgeon, DYCORF. T. Ladico, Removed Brothers, New \ orkBmtlimmnrr. lions ymircouncils I! a set of servant who.
of James M. :
Wayne, Representative or win toe loupe of Common had resolved
Purser, CHARLES TESTARD, William >V. Andrews, to be Consul for n
Midshipmen, DUPONTAVUWE: LAIHENTDUFUCRDE : Georgia, ,to be one of the Associate Justicesof the Island of Malta, in the place of Paul Many citizens of Washington will IK- r,"- up'n the. repeal of a part Of the Malt Tax,

MoHTLOtlS' the Supreme Court of the United Statesin Eynaud, removed minded In resting the annexed pnraeinpli. ihrtotrt. d lo quit your service, and leave .

the place of William Johnson deceased! Noah II. Swa)nc, to be Attorney for the of an occurrence, extremely similar in all >'\ nr \ We have been favored with the perusal District of Ohio, re-appointed. its particular/ which took place In the vote with precluded astt of servants who '

of a letter from Maj. WARD TAYLOR, addressed By thrffjolitcneM of Col White, we are P. Clark. to be Attorney for the house of one of the most respectable inhabitants sent out the Special ("null ion. of '1880 ,
enabled to before Southern District of Florida in the place thi. and 1ft:1I111: | sit nf M'n ants who have espvii*
to Capt. Baker, who has Ik* management lay our readers the fat of city some years ago:-[-"ffl/- .
b1 of Adam Gordon during the recess : nl l ell tied millloiu) ul'mnuey on a project which
nl
of the Steum boats In towing UiU:rL >tJa e(which originated, and appointed Kit i igeacer.]
employed Win
the
in the place of Edward Chandler, resigned A Otranper 'itit.C'onaIJf'rat.l" nen hu thrown Into utter carrying the mail between this place an ''I were, at evr. latest dates; pending, in the action ha. bran excited in Greenwich llosfital tnlnuble of yourlbrtigu dominion. | a set

edar Bluff Maj. 1'. is well known aathe {penal*. Samuel Brll, to be Marshal the Western during the last few days, In consequence of rcrvauts who luau introduced bands of

contractor for carrying the mail upon jheold A BILL to authorise a Rail road upon the District of Louisiana la the place oPamk of the following extraordinary oc t'oniinixKionero, and a sort of mongrel Government
> public land from Tallahassee to StMarkein II. Oterton, resigned. C'urreneeln the apartments of Lieut. Rivers carried on,In detached parcels by
route by way of Montgomery, Alabama Florida *fB In that instilutiitn:-In the early part of the creatures of their own, Irresponsible .. !

He left here to explore the new route,*about t i j[etted d by 1M Senate and limit T Melancholy Dianter.-The schooner I w'eek the family of Lieut. Rivi'rs were startled well tll your MaJeMy as to the parliament (

the first of this month,-and writes from Au- of Jlcpreteiitatire of the !,Sited State i Washington Cap Swam, which left the by' the sudden ringing of one eI the a net of servants w bo have commenced making I

gusta, under date of 15th January, as follows. ofAmtnc in CMtgrett attemblaL, Thathe rail road on Wednesday last for Hu Mark" bells ill the )cause without any apparent innovations In every thing, giving a
president, directors and Btwklion-! and Magnolia Florida, with a full cargo I' IHUHC In a abort time afterward the bell shake to every institution of any standing all .

..- den organised in virtue of an act of incorporation of groceries, drifted ashore in the Higoleu/ tlf mother room begin to ring In a similar fniUhing nothing totwlng all right acts i

We arrived here last evening, and have, from the ,Governor and Legislative In the blow, and now lies between the manner, and presently the whole of the r.rhlt'll.It.S of government into the air, nil It nt
what
notwithstanding the disappointment in the / Council of the Territory of Florida two entrances of Pearl river, about one I bell. were In full concert together. The knows of wellington j4
uncertain what the Duke '
be, and they are hereby, authorized, to mile and a half east of the lighthouse on same circumstance occurred at IntervaUdurtug r sy
expected stock succeeded in stocking the than
: construct said road upon the public lands of Rabbit Island. The ahaQDcx ,waa tight UM Uy. Th ekss.t investigation propose| ; to propone any thing worse .
Road throughout sufficiently to run tU air. the United mates so far as the line of said when she was left and no damage la the took place, but not the slightest clue/ could he thing w filch the other crew was Informing \

twice a week, and start the first mail fur Mobile road has been or shall be made to pans cargo is apprehended, which may be readily 1M tliiwuvertd to this extraordinary affair U a thing ImiKwaliilft. It w.sa f>oi- ,

this morning. We shall in a few daysbe through the same, from Tallahassee to St got out during an easterly wind, and The bells have continued ringing in a similar t.ri"gdirlbliujf"achisgpiscAinR, mwltlliHF r
Marks, in said Territory the vessel got off manner throughout the week, and to jiiAinr crew t It was hypocritical,
ready for the every other day: mail. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That When she was discovered to be ashore this moment the cause remains au iiiitt.neirablo | canting sit I I)."rtnntt\rei Libtr l., afre ('

The Florida Road taken altogether i il the there be granted to the said railroad company Captain Swain ordered the boat to be low mystery. The alarm of the female IrfHlnif, rrntrt>hinfruntentratfiig,amal-

best I have ever tra\tiled in any country the land over which the said road crud, five men were placed In her, and the branches! of the family ha twin so great I gu+/rmntilatiitltmlsi'atinf" dam j'

il the road on wliuh I hare run stages CocA shall pass, and thirty feet on each side uf, small bower anchor taken out astern. that they have quitted, the prcmiM" The nntilr ir tr !
the same ; and the company shall have ing to the current and winds/ the ino l searching inouiry hasbcoii instituted
the 1441 live years hal been only half as the privilege of using the timber on the taught in the stern sheet the boat 0"-1. the servants have been questioned, and persons I FxiNAr: nf a Utter of the 2U UCC from i

good I should }hau had applause when 1 I jublic lands for one undred yards on each and three men, the mate John have been stationed in diffiren Frankfort :- Noi.,cnl tliiit has for a long

have been curved, and the concern I manage side of said railroad, in the construction and from Maine.. and two seaman, aamed rooms at the same time, but the belU continued tiin" taken uluce hiss produced a sensation

I worth thousand more than it is." repair of said road liam Edwards from Philadelphia, and to ring on without the slightest/ clue so powerful, as. the accession of (the

------ SEC. 3. And be further enacted, That Edward Cheat, mulatto, from Connecticut to the agency of their uction. The wires Duke of Wellington The eastern diplomatists ,

I 1 The Steam Boat from Cedar Huff there shall be, and I/ hereby', granted to went down The two other clung to were cut off a day or tow ago by Mr. residing hero have theireuentenan-
the said railroad company, ten acres or the boat after she wa righted, one of liarne 1 of Nelson/ and the nuwic then ces lighted tip with Joy. The nomination I
brought us, yesterday, the first nothern and at the Junction of the "1. Marks and whom was saved and the other (mulatto, ceased ; but as soon 811 the wire were refastened > of the Duke app.arc to have had an ill effect

t mail. It was not, however, so late as it Waculla rivers, (the point here the rood supposed to belong to New York,) was the IJf'lIsllIin began their accustomed upturn the French AmbaaU alone, r

should have been, in consequence of its terminates,) with the exception of such lost in attempting to swim anhore.. Out tune.-Greenwich (ialttte for the representative of England seems tocare 1

sometime at portions as shall be actually improved by, of the six, therefore, belonging to the very little clout IL 7ue InhabJianU
having lain AUgustLThe individuals, and now in their occupation.A Whooner, two only are left Captain Swam, den IJt'NtanL-One of our rolemporarics in geireul decidedly against time Duke ''

last mail brought us several numbers and William Brown, seamen. It was utterly havlnc remarked, that In the event of. of Well Ington, and the Exchange ie a*
BILL For the completion of certain improvements ) out of the power of the Captain to war with France, she would be able to avail much dissatisfied as the people, for though
of Key West Enquirer, from the latent in londa. render any assistance to the drowningmen herself of the service of this officer it may not have any fear that he entertain ;

of which we make some extracts It is Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilotitenfifejtreientativet and he wa compelled to witness who has probably a Inure minute know I ledge I. my of his .warlike predilections, or. that

to be hoped that the Enquirer, will be sustained of the Lnited State of their dying struggle In unavailing sorrow'' of our country and of it. nullilary de- Ills appointment will make any sudden Variation .
that to which it America in attemMed- and distress fences than any other individual ( the :, in the balance of Europe It to ...-,
by encouragement Congrei
inter ff. O Bulletin.Tni National Gazette, says, as we think, with I med lest U should produce a revolution In
seems, from its neatness of execution, and for the purpose of executing herein after certain much force and truth England. Everybody thinks tb.r)1 has

other merits to be entitled. Nothing we laj lathe Improvements of, Florida the following Mississippi RIVIR Is now lower thou 44 We do not believe that Gen Bernard been brought about by Court Intrigue directed --

are persuaded, but the irregularity with be Territory and the it has been known within the memory of would turn this knowledge against the U. byt Queen of England.-While she
same are hereby -
If< sums
has the appro-In the oldest inhabitants I cannot be navigated States| but, in the very fact of his having .was la Germany she wa constantly sur-
been issued be
which it has prevented priated, to paid out of any money the
: by large boats in consequence of the reached his present station A been appoln rounded by parsons employed lo encourage
Key,West. paper tram finding its way into I Treasury For not otherwise the appropriated Ochlawaha want of water at Merrimac bar, and other led Minister of War, there is a serious lesson ber hi resolution to advise' th tt King to
river
every idfvuoe office and half the countin'j: from the clearing St John.out to Glasell's places.The. to out government, touching the e'Piloynent recall the Tories. It la also almost certain
houses of our lirge cities Spring of last ten days have been with a sin of foreigners who mar return to the Russia has made great effort 10 gain
for the
a near camp King, transportation a continuation of clear mild heir respective countries. .wlOr peculiar his object. She wishes to '.. England:
a regular semi-monthly mail from I revisions and military stores to the garri-
present, delightful who will defend to
.tber.-8t. teems Jtryvblic power to done Injury (acquired by means governed mwi openly
Charleston to Key West, and the Island is son at that place, as estimated in the report oC fheir official fuiM-lioa.)* Parla'UNtD'the policy( of the emperor Nick-*

likely soon to rise into an importance of the Quartermaster General, ten thousand Advices have beerffrecelved 'from Calcutta olu wish regard to the CMC EvenlfiheproeeedJngs >.

dollars. 25th June. ettle the arrival On-r-.dtMj the Journal bum of the Qjteen."ere lo producea
which it has not enjoyed owingto to They of
hitherto ,
For opening a road from the head oC
fucI" Kuatla would Mill
revolution Emig
of from Persia which announce in
account merce
the extensive works which are now being ensacola bay, by Pittman's ferry, on the for she would take of the
the arrival of Mai. Patmore and his party at NAMVILLB, Dee. H, 1W4. rejoice, advantage
constructed there, for the preparation of thousand ChockUhachie: dollars.For .river, to Mebbville four Teheran in food health. The .......th of Let at night oa Saturday, the bib", in emtiarraMrncnts u would produce to follow

salt. the the Schah wa also good, eoncioarln g his slant, the jury camera court withatfer-. bet Invents plats in Turkey. Whatever1
the of
continuing improvmenl advanced It that toe nomination diet in the .Gen. A. Mabry have beMtn. reatntject .f the tropes
It Is due to this bnght 'little Isle that it navigation of Chocktahacbie: river from age. appear ; case Joseph may ,
of Mahomet Mir of the for vUit to 'Berlin It was a ftmunatrfchance
by his Majesty **, late a member coavenuoo, nno roe s ,
\t should be better known than 1I.is. Spring Cedar Bll11I'to the Big Spring in Florida, his of for him sloe he will there be better
the the son of of Abba Mlrza, a* successor ng with intent to kill-the particulars -
Summer and Autumn, revel there throughout : according to the report with of the assistant to the throne wa not likely lo avail the which affray you published last Jane. The able to observe the turn affair may takein

the year. It has no Winter in its ca Quartermaster of the charged removal of obstructions superintendence young Prince in any material degree, un- entire week was spent in t... 'trlai. Judge the West On his former Joumlee Nichols -

lendar. The tree which bends with ripened thousand dollars.For ICM he could bequeath him an"army a* Stewart on the bench The particulars ofthe excited resolutionaagalnst the liberate
two his thai the out In evidence without hf Germany again the nationality'Po.
or
: well to support pretension, affray came any ,
fruit, at the same time, 1*ls* the removing obstructions in the Chipo- Prince formed a party sufficient to back his material vanaton, from the statement and, for the expulsion of persons ".,.0-

air with the fragrance of its blossoms<< } and It river, in Florida, five thousand dollars. nomination by force*as several ipf the sons published in your paper. But the entire led of pc.hlwallntrllaH, for military intervttiiioti -

plants which elsewhere yield to the cold- i. from the of the Scbah were making preparation In ae bore quite another aspect' when numerous in several principalities, BMtlsoexcited
blast of winter, are here perennial. No climate The following copied jour- their government* to assert their claim by evidences tmn East Tennessee, increased rancour In the salaried
be to invalids and nal of the proceedings of the Legislative arm, aa soon a* the demise of the Schah where the quarrel originated, cave in their)journals against Trench threat Is believed -
more
friendly
can Council of the Beth inst. afforded opportunity. The march of Ma- .&JMtunoor. It had been .publicly threatened that hi* Dreaent mil the

the bosDltalitre/the busy bustling', money Mr. Blount gave notice, that he will on Jot Patmore and hU party to tbenpltaJ bad in thai section of the country, thai the remainder of our llbertle, and that .' the

I loving, population of the Island, is almost some future day ask leave to introduce the been extremely tedious, in consequence ofits Convention should never have the services same time he U.endeavouring In pronet

equal to that of&be dNaa... following bill. A bill to Incorporate the being the winter season, which had of Gen. Mabry that if be could not be hi. designs! upon..* East j and there Wv -
r l.caml>ia Manufacturing Company.A set in severely. The snow in some places put out uf public Isle in one way, he should ry reason to expect that, before the deliberation '
bill to authorise Abraham MaiMed to had been so def'p" to be up to the horses' is another. With theM threats fresh In at Berlin are terminated/ troop willI
the members of the Legislature -
'I A majority establish a Ferry aciroaa the Escambia ri vr girths. These accounts convey the inter his mind and having loot been apprized making their way toward the Turkish
and a number of citizens of the state of -and.a bill to authorise Charles Hall to ea intelligence of the ntabiwhment of that pistols had often been heeded and set h'I miicr unless prevented by a protest from

Ohio hare lately nominated Judge MCL.KAM establish a ferry across the Perdido river. a British Consulate in Persia, with a view for him by a certain person, be had good 11: 'tope." '
_
as a candidate for the presidency in 1830. Mr. Putnam pursuant to notice before to the promoUon of the trade between England -. realm perhaps to tl.lnk thai the f'SII.itln 4. .

At about the same time Senator WBIT was given, asked and obtained leave to introt and way of the Black ofthe pistol which IN heard In tbf'I jacket We learn from a pawwnger 67 thesieaaa-
dues a bill entitled "a n ret to amend an ae-. Sea. tale J. Came had been appointed lit the man be had Just passed, wan iiitcn- boat herald, from Montgomery, that Mr. *
nominated by the Legislature of Akbama. entitled/ an acttortabHsh a Tariff of Fees". Consul &, and Mr. MNell dad for hlnj., and thus he commenced firing, CLAY Chairman of the Committee ell Foreign

Looklpf, however, at the subject from this -"hith on his motion was referred to the and the President at Bushire had Nm ou the ground of aelr- rf'llC'e. Relations, on the oth Inst. reported,,
remote pointt bere we have nothing tolo Judiciary committee. I rested Consul One or two English The trial brought oat the beet talents ofthe Ihatlt wMlnexpjci4kanltopMaUwa tkerizmg -

but to peep at 1thioJ,. the loop holes ofretreat" Mr. Walker gave notice, that on some Merchants had settled Trebrees, and it Tennessee bar Mesurs, llaya, Kucks,. tbe president to make rtprial
teeing .. we do the stir of the future day he will ask leave to introduce as fully expected they would establish a Colling*worth and Turner, were counsel for French property.-AMItt Rr,.
,
,
he follow fry bills t rontl>U business. Mr. Bran; the Vire the State| and Mew Anderson. Fletcher -

great Babel, without feeling Its crowd, we A bill to authorise Win..II. Chare. slid Consul at Trebiaond. had visited Ispahan, Verger and Scott of General Mabry. The Ricamboat tonnnjf C'n the great ,...
I cannot resist the belief; bat neither the one his associates to construct a rail McAada- bit left early in April. II was considered The verdict of the Jury acquitted him of fe ers of the west amou ti. to 99,000 ton In ,

\ nor the other of these distinguished gentlemen mized or other artificial road from the waters that his talent and experience would prove tony,but found him guilty its common. 1831aIhercwereil, boat few by acci
of Pcnsacola bay to the Ptrdido bay most bemncial in advancing the conuner- sault and the court fined bhn fifty dl- dent.'
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l.au'ncl1\fiUandon ) THIS.uil lias been cine, that these pjlU.lute often been rill 111',', prove, also-as all its publication of fact. it turned lo rheumatism, and as he thoughtwith I
the that he
1 authentic-a Record of st- great pain was in, that be
PENSA COLA, >GAZE'f'l'E.IANUARY vs. ,( instituted .in the Hu- tern led, and many families hu'eh".1 a : will I be ready Uentlemen' and could not live for want of air. and he was
t r John Ohio Exr or". perior Court, } *- fpurtom article put upun them, when they I|I Terence for Travelling advised to take Dr. Bateman's and
hotelin Drops
1 be in ,
31 3833. obtained the should consequently kept every
jl had
deceaned.j cambia supposed genuinearticle
Chabeaud County, by they
such them that he
United States. It is worthy of notice got ease by never found
fuel that the
lamentable
attachment. The defendant 'is required to and it i I. I
;
OAZETTG will be issued Sat. I the like in his life in tiling he took
'I'M every ) will the that its patrons, in the course of one any ever
Urdey Evening.: at 83 W per annum, in ad- appear and plead at the November Term, tome fete Druggists knowing them purchase ti) l-r nVn'puriotinarticle ,)-|I 'ear, will le furnished with fifty-two puleri'ayaandFarcethe before: and I y Jve in Kont street, South-
....., 94 payable; .t the end of six month., 1834. ( of which walk.
price
and sell|| them the '''IUilll! article for|
nE\j. \\imniT for I'IhLOct. a* ,
or9 payable the expiration of the year, at of our book-stores, wouldbe Edward Parker July 21, l1 O.
Ihff of two or thrudollars on separately, any
4 1811. 30
the of paltry gnm I. John Williams of Guilford In
the
subscriber.A
at option The at least THiarttn -DOLLIUS t Here there Surry,
each
f ,"veaTm..*ifT* Inserted at the rite of District Wett Florida tint grf\alimbl'e they iiK'dicine purchase.\ considers proprietorof .H hu I I is an absolute sating often dollars in the was about nine months afflicted with the
of
I one dollar for every fourteen lines (or less,) of a well-stored Dramatic Library gout rheumatism to that degree, that he
be at purchase!
for the nrt, and nflT cents for every con SUPERIOR: COURT AT PKN8ACOLA. dill) lo tin- public to 11 cry great: cx- to be had for an unprecedented small was not able to mot hand or fool t he having .

jnuou subsequent insertion.Tavern.. At Chaw,ers, Avfiat Wtk, 1811. rx-nco in txlti'rlione, rry xteiixndy. In -!-not taking into consideration the been to three hospitals and finding In-
the of the difltirnt States, lo sum
George Knight complainant, ) newlllpallt'r| tie relief thereby was persuaded b
which fs to accompany or no ( )
l multiplied
variety
StJ1JJ31ui.s ISJi ... fin Chance" guard them ngam!'tbeing longer 1101".1| Dr. Baleman's
l 13'N S..u14ge it, without additional charge I Tailors who a friend of his) to try Drops,
ThehrirsofJone Antonio Mi* ( ry. upon by hating eounteiftit when fjmriuu ask desire early and correct information which he did, and by the blessing of God,
Ixx-'s they
rails, deceased. defendant's j Pills putusonthem, to/'I't/C'ure/ time is free from and he
; order that theti'ininunily in Dress, will find at this pain, say
In
article
the satisfaction! of the for the genuine!
T
to bottle
appearing would not be without a of Drop by
Subsertber.havlng purchased the this invaluable guide.
from such an
be protected
THB J. the defendant's in the may
Court that
... of this Establishment, ha* opened a- the subscriber ((1lIIw'roprietor THH CENTLEMEN'fl" Vane MtCt M, &C. Will him on any account.
bore named! case do not reside In Florida,, gross! imposition,
1750.
21
itagsla for the accommodation of Traveller be published Saturday, on fine imperial JOhnWllliams. July ,
Cuba On of these celebrated Pill) signs\ hit every
but in the Inland of motion of
and Boarder. Every exertion will name at fulllenLlI. "haac Thompson," on i paper, of the urgent class, al three dollars This is to certify whom it may concern,
the It is 4Mered
d i be made tq give general satisfaction, and that(publication be Solicitor made in the I a red label that H on the outside em clone per annum, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. thai sometime since, I Thomas Smith, was
the charge moderate. Thin Establishmenl i newspapefprinted that w ill he found around each box of the Dy enclosing a FIVE DOLLAR NOTE to the afflicted "such a bad cough, that I believe
Pcnsoeola month for thespace
at once a
open. cm.the Day, and i I. one of the of six month,, that unless the deI prnutnt I.,.,'. (indham) pious Pills publishers, postage paid two copies of the I for about five weeks I could never lie
pleMinttft" iq (lilt! nouthern country I. fendant' within six month answer thecomplainant's or /' disturbed
D. A. NORTUEOP ordered for It is "respectfully' a night without bung by the
t ,. one
Dill the will bo takenproeonfcaso lie 1 pirticiilar to inquire for Thampwon'sIrfe's year.
'' same said cough but taking a bottle or two
desire subscribe by
Jan 1'-45-tf. Pilln and be careful to observe that requested that those who to ,
and the therwif decreed ,
matter -
their of Dr. Bateman's Drops, as prescribed the
the red for this Journal will forward names ,
his full length U signed on
\3n\uu thank uf VVondtw. accordingly. (Tent) label name around at each box, in hits own hand imml'diattly-Ibe terms will be strictly adhered 'I' cough entirely left me the first night I tookit
CJF.OKtJK DALTZKI.r: CUrk.Pennnroln .
i II hereby given, That an elec writing will be sure of obtaining the to.Address. and 1 slept very sound for five or six
NOTICE Z-.Mli IR'M, lCUAMnf & they
August hours and when awaked I found
ATHENIAN myselfin
eleven Director of thi. Dank, arlule. SMITH & ALEXANDER, ,
will be held at the Banking House, in the : KDINni'lUIM JOUR genuine The above mentioned Pills may be had of BULWtVUS, FRANKLIN PLACE, PHIL a sweat perfectly free from any stoppage

ii City Tallahassee, on Monday the 10th. by W illiaiu Chambers, Author ., moot of the retlpf'CtaLICllJruglstl throughout I ADELPHIA. as before, and now 1 am a* well. ever

February next I. of The book of otlumt," and by the United Stolen, mulpf the subscri- at hitcchapcl, London, from yours

ROMEO LEWIS Cashier. Robert Chambers, author of" Life aiut Art tier, (proprietor,) at New Ix>ndon, Connecticut AY be had at the PENSACOLA T. Smith. ;
(1 Tallahassee 8th January 1835...45ldKJf ventures IIf tAt CherllliC'r'r'." Stuart,"I ISAAC THOMPSON. i ILL DRUG STORE, Palafox Street, William Mallet, of the same parish, was

t The Editor of the Penucola Gazette, 7'raJitioM Udir&urgh," /'irlitrt. of I DocL Bateman's genuine Pectoral Drops. for a long time afflicted with the Rheumatism .-

Florida Herald, and Apalachicola Advertiser Scotland," 4-c:. Ue.n\\e.t\\\\U' Vooee.eum Innumerable instances might be given of and having hud the advice of'severalable

will please 'insert the above notice On Haturday, November H, the nubscri- their happy effects and power, of which not physicians, could get no ease, till I
thirty day., and forward tljelr accounts furpeyineath ber commenced the publication of'CM AM- Embracing: Dramatic Literature-Sporting one in a hundred can miss of an immediatecure was persuaded to try Dr. Bateman' drops, ,
+ DERB' KUlNUUHt.ll: JULUNAU" This -the Turf-Fashions and various subjectsof in cases of Ague., Fevers, Fluxes, and found more benefit in one bottle or two

woHPwas commtnccd by the MesHrs.! interest and amusement. Aithmaa, Coughs Cold. Rheumatism, I than ever I had done before and am pow V

NOTICE Chambers Jn February, IS32, and in a About the first of January, 1635, will be Gout, Stone, Cbolic, Gravel(,&c. &c.Jlyer'sPills.Theunparallelled I as well as ever I was in my life.

I Hew-by that four wcrki after comparatively short limo obtained: circulation commenced in PHILADELPHIA, a new periodical success William Mallet Auguta 14, 1749. (

l 18 this date, given,apply to the honorable exceeding &(),OIKI copies. The bearing the above comprehensive title. I which has attended the use of these Pills, John Thomas, ol York, hating been afflicted

f Judge of Die County ,Court nf Kucsinbta Journal frfoniHiim, coniiittently with the I its contents w ill be carefully adaptedto for the period that they have now been be- above these seven jeara with the

County, for an order to sell so inocb of the greatest simplicity of style, and the utmost I the wantf of that portion of the public fore the public, is Op surest pledge ,that rheumatism, in that degree that he lost the
real entitle of Marianne Donlfav deceased, purity of diction, a large variety. of ljt'Cea'' who patronize DHAMATIC LITENATCME, the I can possibly be given of their highly valuable use of his limbs, and bung persuaded by a

( M will he sufficient to pay the.debts due l>y in such number, all calculated either to enlarge -I Tinr, SPORTING, and the FASHIONS. From I properties. Aa a Medecme for general particular friend lo lake some of Dr. Date-
said eitate. the 'intellect, or to improve the heart. the growing wealth and increasing population application, in purifying the Blood, and man's Pectoral Drops and after taking two
MARGARITA DE LA RUA,' There art frequently contained within the''I of the Unued States, and the near aa*i producing a healthy action through the en- bottles, he had the use of his limb a* well

I I Jan.84, 1835--40- t. lrr.NO'rJCg limit. of one pa|>cr, a summary of generalor emulation tithe national appetite withwh"t..v..r tire range of the System, the Proprietor: eter. I ITIlomplIOn'
t particular history, an historical or moral promotes the rational Recreations challenges successful competition. n is at Lee's Genuine (Windham' )

tale, a description of some opulur or of Life, it u presumed that this Journal oujce the safest cheapest and mildest,' as Bilious Pills or family medecine-In all

the rastsii-- ancient custom, with its origin, a biographical ,-(toMesslng, as the projector of it will, well as most rfftctval in the orld. In any cases of obstructions they act as a mild and
.HEREAFTEft LADY notice o| some t'nuiicnl man, an 'in ample means to diversify Us pages, and a little complaint of the Stomacher Bow- speedy purge and will be found very convenient -

soil I between tert'.tineltrac't/ from an iiitclliKent travi 1- determination to render them subservient to : eta, or of the head, &c. ones two or three physic for families as they may
I r Mobile. She ler, hints on emigration or forming settle- the formation of a correct taste 'in all of No. 'Z Pills taken on retiring at night, safely be given to children and will speedily -

will leave Pensaceta, OH Tuesday, the iiSih mcntu, a popular account of some medical matters relating to its design,-cannot give sound sleep and rtsttie ft healthy relieve them from obstructions in the

t' lost for Mobile and continue 111 regular rxhcrirnre, a discovery, an invention, or fail to meet with a liberal and creditable lone of the body. These Pills have been first passages Inch are generally the cause"

i packet between those places, for freight or nn nnproMinent in arts, a description of an support from an enlightened community in found eminently useful in the foUowioft among dtdaturbed sleep, with pains and a feverish

passage inquire of the Caul. on board, cr ancient city,or oome other point of antiquity every quarter of the country.-The difficulty other ,Complaints, ,. a. Quinsy, habit ; seamen and travellers, will find
.' at the Store of John A. Hull and Co where inlercHting anecdotes, shrewd obsenations of sketching out such a plan .might be Dyspepsy-IIcadacbe, Cough Catarrh. Colic mete deserving a place in there stores aa

r + all order will bo attended tool with pun. and rtllfclions: points in natural history fancifully gtro ed with any of the charms Cholera, Bilious-ColiC, bn\CJ.] Piles, they may be lakep ithout any interception

lustily and dispatch. I route account of ttDiodern city, its Inhibits of novelty to ensure it popularity and en-. Jaundice, Consumption the yar ou* classes to business, or danger of taking C'old.-

MICHAEL CARHUNE.: manners, tc!; with sundry vari- I couragcmcut has Ucn not the least embarrassing of Fevers, Fever and Ague, Scrofula, inestimable virtues of these pills, are
Jany. 1 9 1 835-4fr-3t._Master. cues, all relieving each other, and no purl obstacle white the projectors of] Syphilis, Palpitation oC the Heart, Hheu- The well known throughout the United

NOTICK. being either vapid or u tl Jt'H". this work hallo surmount in ltd inception. i niathm. <&c. &c Number. have; already States and the West-Indies, to need any
The editors Uieniselves have long been Feeling confidently assured however, that testified to their astonishing powers in the particular description of them In an advertisement -

ALL persons indebted to Alden A. M distinguished in the world of Ictlrra, and, its .lIcc'slIi.$ certain, when its character becomes cure uf Disease, and new evidence are 1 ; suffice it to say there is no family 1
Kin, are requested to make besides their personal! exertions properly known, they have already
pay. they give constantly arising. The use of a single medicine now extant, that is found so 'f
meet on or before the first day of March ample occupation to other uienof learning, incurred considerable expense in forming Dollar Package will in most cases convince universally used ; and unparallelled de- i

next, 10 II.KELLY,E q. who w authorized o that this pubhcmli does not come her correspondent over the Union ; and hate of their great eurutivc properties.... mandjbr them from all quarters, and the
( to receive the same. All notes and accounts fore the world' as a collection of articles also ordered regular suppttes'of the best eo- a patient
Indeed a lair iris vi tk""", m uociirdiukcwith influx of order. continually increasing, bespeak -
4 not paid as above will be put into compiled or extracted from other punted Icctod English I periodicals to assist in procuring the directions IIccClml'au) inK each their intrinsic merit above all oth

the hands.( an atloruoy for Immediate coil matter tent contains mainly, original nrliclcs material for columns. package, u the only rc-coiuuieudutiou they era Practitioners of Physic, Sea Captains, I
lection. in its own lolumns. Its rhuracterhetic It IH not IIhoglth..r feasible, when a new iud.Jiliittwan't. and Overseer of Plantations, are fully in ,
AR1'EMAS STOMl Assigneeof merits may be shortly suuiucd publication m contemplated, to present in
upas) 1)TIle following directions the use of them, and from impartial noe-
J detail to the public it. prospective attractions -
A. A. M. Jackson follow
ill best illustrate the invaluable rience for a number of well know
w ,
I is,,. 84. 46 Id.Manalim. It ill nevertheless that years
The matter extremely varied,-it is altogether netcnuiy qualities of this excellent tlpt.'Cdlc.l'ol&are how to appreciate their intrinsic virtues.
--- its features should be drawn out
I I'1 House devoted to subjects useful or rntionally principal desired te observes that these Drops I'tpttubte Ttioth pt'V'dtr-Original and
entertnining to the world at largeit na it them that its merits, if it hag any '
And Pentafola Stag Office A, shad be judged. Thin is the more neither purge nor vomil- bat are the only I.genuine concentrated compound chlorine
jl Illnkrly ( ) IN clothed with simplicity, yet perspicuity that of revent Tooth wash.
remedy judges-make use tQ ,i
Establishment now in (condi of readily ateompli-licd, the publishers bung I..
THIS a language,-Us morals are pound, & both with For and the ,
; they are given great success in changing whitening teeth
to accommodate Travellers satisfied that wli.tteur industry und n
as a- its religion and it comes within the ',
pure all fluxeatpitluiK of blood, consumptions.ague Preserving th *gunis. and purifying the ;
f reably aa heretofore. The Stage Office means of the most humble claws of reader watchful zeal; (-tTt't't--1I' completing; { the
measles
for travellers from Mobile will he done and that *, smallpox, colds coughs breath. .
to Pensacola and This work w ill toe published Satur filling up, they never -
,I every and pains in the limbs or joints they put The beauty of the Teeth and gums I I. one I
eastward Is
will found deficient
now kept at thin House The day, commencing with the 2d volume of be or neglectful in .
if taken time of the
lit
oft tiolenfever
the most most superior presents which nature
: accommodation will be as extensive COOfort of Traveller ,11"rf"ze and give present ease in the racking torment has bestowed upon man, whose duty is
striving to produce a profitable -
:\ j. w.may I.require.. SIMMONS. eight und new pages t'pe'rrlO'81.50 royal-. quarto, on good paper, result to them. elves and lo others. of the Gout the same'lk all kind ocholic. f now to take care and preserve this precious
; they cure the rheumatism, and donation, which can only be effected by
Plakely Jany. 3d IMS.-11 -tfNOTICE. '' advance THE DRAMAill form a material
annum in or
j' per and of the Jentlemen's, Vale Mecum.It what is more wonderful, in til sorts of cleaning Mid purifying them as necessity
three cents No. on delivery in portion
per ill intended to publish alternately tpains they gite case in few minutes after requires; and, we ought not to neglect
,
: 'J All person concerned art desired to lake monthly parts, containing four numbers,, week an .entire play and farce-to be every selected taken; they ease after-pains, prevent mia- this operation, since good and well pre.
jt\\ notice neatly stitched in a printed cover, 12 cent the rickets in children, and served Teeth and Gurus
that by Deed of Transfer dated with a single to their merit carriages, cure belong to the great.
alone -
Ml November 3d, 1834, all my debts and demands Communications to (pout |paid) to be addressed ; a preference, eje however, will be extended are wonderful in the stone and gruel in the eat human perfections ; we are often -evenenabled

due by note, or by book count, It. J. RICHARDS. 43 Ann street In all cases, to native productions,: kidnles, bladder and uterus, bringing a- to produce by the art of cleaning
or-otherwise, and whether payable to A. New York. when they ran be obtained. Independent way slime, gravel, and sometimes stonesof and preserving thai beauty which nature
A.*M. Jackson and Co. to:Jackson and five subscribersand criticisms, carefully excluding all invidious a great bigness, and are the very best may have refused or neglected-.'By ihe
Norris, or lo the subscriber individually, Any person obtaining and recommended their medicine for all stoppages or pain. in the. use of this wash the teeth may be thorough
.. paying in advance, M ill be entitled to a comparisons, by
"have'two-transferred-to-ArtiiBa-. stomach shortness of breath straitneis of ly clennccd the tartar and other
sixth brevity, will 1* regularly inserted,-besides impurities
': All those Indebted to me will therefore after copy.Agents wanted to obtain sul'acribers to Biographical hketcnes, Anecdotes, the breast, and rekindle the most natural heat removed from them, and way with the utmost

I the said date make paymwit to the said the abote work. Apply at 45 Ann street and Don Mats, of prominent Comedians of in diseased bodies: by which means they safety be substituted for any Denti-

(PtOM, or to his agents lawfully .uth rized.I from 9 to 11. A. M. the present and past age, of which a rare restore the languishing to perfect heath: firce, Powders or Pules. Many disease

I AI.DEN A. M.'JACKSON, ._- --- I, and inexhaustible compilation in in store. witness those.in ingenuous_ gentlemen and to w Inch the Gum are liable may be subdued i
Nov. t a 1834 FT1O SopTiitsi MERCHANTS-8UYL THE Tt'KF-A faithful J't'curd-\ill'be\,; ladies that embrace all opportunities to give by the application of this W ash, and

il t NOTICE: DAM & llOYD, l Pearl street, New kept of all the Kunning and Trotting them their just praise. Their manner of the natural bright ant flesh red colour of "

i weeks after YORK, are flo.J'PceiYlng very extensive matches this country and L'guland. Biographies working is by moderate sweat and urine. the Gum can always be eDtfrtaioMJf this i
SIX the Judge dated will apply to the aMOrlBicnr' >f
f:. Bacambia County for letters County of Court, and Ao>.ric a DRY tiVODS, nita- thorough bred Horse will be published old, and a spoonful for a grown person, in The breath being offensive from taking

I on the Estate of Administration ble for the Spring trade, which they offer once a month E,crXlIct relative to the a quarter of a pint of hot sack or ale, a*hot Medicines, Tabacco, or from other circumstances ..
: WESSELS deceased YfiEDEAICK: on the moat reasonable terms among which breeding, as nagernef keeping and the as it can be drank : go to bed, be covered may always swcetened and improved :

I .. AiILESb.BRODiE.. diseases of this -invaluable animal, w ill be up warm, and compose! yourself'to sleep, 1 by tins W'a>h. rl,

t I i Jm,. IG-4 .- t. areClothes caiwimers, vestings sattineta, particularly selected.M'owrlNG.t'nder. let the same be repeated but two or three This Tooth-Wash doe not contain any
, 1 ----_ -"_'- paddings, Irish linens, heetiiigs, damask this caption will he nights, and I doubt not but you'll find w Acid or other Ingredient which might be

N O'L''h. ',.. + dhW whiteend eoi'd lion drills anrtedOQl'a enumerated acc1nute of Miooting Matches, much benefit but }ou'll be encouraged toRO injurious ; its chemical composition being

LETTER of A taunistra4h O.on tie'es grass cloth, den pantaloon tuflb, pedestrian Feats, (i Exercise, on, and readily agree with persona of of the most harmless nature.

Dr. JOjr HUTCHINS, deceased cambric jackonet: book and mull muslin Aquatic Excursion*, Fishing, Gaining,&c. the best cense viz. That this medicine IFonn Tea-Tlie beneficial effect thai

have been granted to the under extra super and common light and dark with Anecdotes of noted Dogs. [with God' blt'l81ngll. capacitated. to answer have frequently resulted from the use of

signed.<< All person. indebted to the estate prints, glnghamay fancy muslins cambric GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONS.-A all those ends in curing the -ll8eaae this lea prove it i very safe and efljeacious
will make immediate payment ; and those and furniture dimities, furniture chintz review wilt be procured quarterly -I before mentioned. Note, 'it is a chymical: remedy in destroylag worm 1t'whey be

I having claims against the estate, will pr*. (assorted,) col'd, embossed and wateredmoreens of the varieim improvements ,and explanatory medicine, extracted from the quintessenceof given advantageously to children rna poor
gent then properly authenticated and with- Brussels. Ingrain. Venetianand I which eoslnme worn in the fashionable changes C'ir.1 Mineral and Vegetables, and 1* some state of health, though not particularly trembled

\I la the time prescribed bL1aw. othercarpetinQs: plain and fig'd floor cle constantly undergo, by which it will' yean under preparation before fit for use. with worms '
\ '
GKO. F. Adn. ba"ice, cotton and woolen table covers, be rendered easy task for Note no person ever yet'afflicted with the Prom Powder- for cleansing the ikln );
draper and
October>i a, IBM. No. : 4Jit Mantalles quilts and counterpanes, brown tailors at distance, to suit their most violent cough or cold, took hu med fad.eOning the compaction, for that unequal
i Tq ,ltuoktriz.'I and bleach Russia sheetings, Crequillas w ith the meet approved color and customer modem*i cine but hath been cured by taking one bottle and flurried appearance which arise-

1 osnaburga, 'JIurUpa, Mown and bleach'd style ofdretar at all possible only. from over heating, agitation, nervousness, ,
period.. Providing
; reeefrsd per &1Ar. Elisabeth /row heeling and shirting; bed ticks, checks, sufflcicnl encouragement shall be I, Sarah Alder of Oxford having for a or flushes ; this couneetie i it the most plea-

Havana, plaids and stripes, cotton pautalooo stuff, Driven by this portion of the long time been troubled with a violent lever ant and immediate of correctives ittraaquiUze -
C 10 000 OF the best Vuelta Abajo silk and cotton umbrellaa negro clothes length engraving, illustrative public of the, a full and .gueb could get no relief for my dis the'countenance byeoharmoDixuig

SPANIJII fur Lowell cotton, silk and cotton hdkfs Ac. '*ill also be: prepared and published. lame I had made trial of Dr. Date- with the natural character of Jhe ddn a* almost
la; I sale for cash. Apply to P. 8. AU orders punctually attended to. 18CELLA1 \.. man's Pectoral Drops, to which I was advised to identify Itself with it. In case
-Although the
I DE LA RUA. Jan. -4J-tf. pUrpoRt by a near neighbour whose husbandwas of roughness of the surface froa
'
of arUlBf
;, sheet
Nu,.u' our PlaY appear to be confined
No. 37TIIUaUllMCRIBER cured of the
same disease by the said alight latent inflamation it like a
to the operate
.. 'l dvetrtt fonreadin'lubjecta which have been a
I -- -- -- >,entent. Drops and
taking
one fever charm '
siated-We deem it abated allaying excitement/nd.spreading
1'lkteut rtvtub8. properao thai bottles
I TO TIll n'auc.It there will be in addition say and in taking two WUpe.1r over the feature a natural oaifona
to these
! beg leave to in- i I. now about fortyeara; .since the late ,siderablespace allowed Miscellaneous, a con- tll cured of my fever and ague. Wit, clearness, and in rasnytrsors a beautiful y
. he has obtained Samuel Lee \\indham ('onll.I ness my hand and
: t- matters-such as Tales transparent softness of expression. w
\ tU Patent Right' of JOHN STAUNER'Snewly I (now dcccawd,) began to furnish -Poetry-an Epitome Sarah Alder.
" invented THU: W, for the cure of I I h lie with his celebrated. LEE'S WiND11AM -- and Placeaof of News-LMI of lintels in this city Mr*. Elisabeth James, of St. John's A\IO I\Q-r\da.W later' ; Orange .

t iUrmiaJht South Alabama: and tho Ttrritoqrf BILIOUS PILLS" orI'g..iPAy- grata amusement-statistics-the Wappmg WM grievously afflicted with the Water and Double
4; Florida I and offers his ken sic, Through the niftrket-Agriculture-prices of stock rheumatism in her joints '
sen to : agency of lr. Isaac -List of Broken Bank and limb., so that Dh\ft\ed ".
.I ail who mar be shus ad'ectec1IQ Peo*.colj Thomai of AV* Jxnu/un, (bras tbene Detector and all other-Counterfeit Now she could not rest no where till she tried UOle YT!' Ge-

and ita .lduU,.' He warrants a peru V much esteemed Billow PUS, or family which an-Interest be matters, regarding Dr. Uateman's Drops, and in one hour af nu\ne Court\osfe AoaelOah
eat eure 'In a short tune. A sample 'of fkytte, have continued' ever since they at home or abroad.mil supposed to exist ter she had taken them she was free from ,
this Truss with ample &ea moui.l. sere made known to the pain, and one bottle See Sc.e.3JlJJ
i in fa- public, to give This work Mien, as will be cured her; .
YOU 01 ita Cfflc-acy, May be errs at the general satisfaction to those who have made above explanation of its seen by the I well as ever, and if any will ivshe themselves -

t Mae 01 0.0. w ills & Ca use of them, rAea obtained ,ere"i... but ter, i* particularly designed probable as a charac the trouble, she Is ready to testify the fICE' l'JD.31'BS.
' II B. TAYLOR. it U unfortunate for the public, aa well as compan truth.
ion for the of the Turf DEEDS MORTQAQS BILLS
patron the
fttuaeol Dte. T.-42tf. to the proprietor vf this celebrated medi Drama FJizabcth James, July 20 1744. AJfD
Sporting, the Fashion, Jtc, &c. It wilt Edward Parker had OF BALE.
a violent
cold and Foa
SALE ATTHU: Ornoa.e .


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