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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: March 28, 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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S I i an Imu, u;id! such a seer, list his U liefl (origin ; and wHiehed it npcn. into mature thIgh inch contents until doomsday ere I
: 1311D JI l;. hut there wa.svct another debt of vengeance i l by kneeling upon the gra ClIf one w hum t)'. could stop hit11 t trembled all over, andsutlcrcd
FOR-- PENSiCOUA GAZETTE.CONFESSIONS uncanctllcd I knew that Kmma: i Ins own firm has humrdjruni, world, &! ; A greater portion of thp treasure! wus extreme pain, corporeally tendtimenisllyl
THE : in Spite of the apparent indifference with thtrtf iiuutskiug and I'armg' the 'pl conccale'dln vpe; >tsof winch I alone knewthe dreaded the idea of driving
OF A .HOMICIDE.Continued. : which! the world's opinions!! had forced her j tit of the murdered to h'-llr't-l'I'e.' wu he, initiation, nnd until thi tans reineiveel rough I tho city, perched between Iwo ug.l -
( hour ) to regard! Inman's fate, hid )it 10him dare lie do this, and not "I;>ton come tin onboard, knew that no attempt would l Ij brats and probably mistaken for a coacher -
the
At an before early the pri oner was!I fondly and dcvolcdlj. 1 *w er Irons the departed 'J ill > c can, amjour l # maele upon mj life. but there \\01110 way of cec.pmg. I
v brought. The excitement magistrate/or the examination mhabi,. Pits fate had born a heavy Wow: to her I pulse beat not one *II tike the 1IIIIdf'r| M)' own tlarl'l)', and the feelings of mj drove on-the borne fortunately was gentle
and the among weak mind, and I determined that it should nwa\ with jour philosop'iU! may mil it heart, tlielatcdttip mtnie course, to be purcued -we were going briskly thiough! 1'rond'
tints was : enl1\'icllon of hi
greil, lip heavier .still the lecture room, hut will) fail jou in the all'I adopted It without hesita I way I thought every one wan looking at ,
guilt in mind. lie entered!
strong every Again I renewed my attentions, und v as solitiultof the cemetery! lion. flu '- I curved,foamed, and sighed altf rniite- u
tile room smile.will I a watched proud step him and con tun ptuoui again accepted, the bridal htfht "'II" Ii's.cut. My brow' was levered .nd my jnilsp lou It was lute that ii'ghl; whenwecnmc to l)'-wme gelling warm and Miemld probably -
closej itwa I rapidlv, )ti m)' litturt quUIed not. I l.a.1 niu'heir at the distant of half, a nil In from hnve gone in a case of voluntary combnniloii -
the dr-it in Muenl of my triumph. Still a deep gloom was perceptible thro' Juwh for nmrc tlmn .. '
minute upon the the' i hnd, I descended nlonfi into the I had not four blackguard bov s
.:very condemning circumstance was the all'ectcd !gaiety of Emma's manner, and dump grass, and aiiir1..( mipaliencu wa niagarmr and prepares! tra.n which I Iliad! pelted me with mow bulls one l'f" hleh lilt
ad Jnc'J ; as, one ground of suspicion af it was e\i ter uiuiihcr was brought forward. he griduilly ', me (partook more of gratitude fur mj I shlilowv: otitlinc pii-4d :'irtirrcn me ,,"tI Mj Nut tans trashy at the gnngwaj.v '. glanced: ">ff upon the female little dear
: hut his haughty bearing: unJ hj the frirtuMift to liitirn that: of lute for the luMiNione ol I 11111\ III' iIlro
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lily arne.f : \ lib a solitary tmrxman; ; the man w !bo bud w ho iininedntf ly commenced bqualling.
time th:it the! evidence had closed, an ashyp self. This was its it should be. iarud iufeil her .
to ft'rm15 1 to tilt pressed toy elenth. The train was \(' knew not whither, but at length my
tie less hii overspread every feature. II I (ore me, fullv. j lainlj reicHled.! One calculated Ufe end I waxnndcto
) to brin twenty numites >ic duty was at mi : pro-
Who: called upon for Im. defence he ro.cwith Tho night that wn" In hate: \\ itm''I'(1 our hind w it |>n*..spd upon lur heart j and tin tIring the lII'I "xin(', fired it, clewed\ car IIIIKO that \\ouhllth.., a Neweiir 'all-
all tin app.ire.it confusion of guilt, nuptials nrriicd-but where were we ? and other pointed M the g.-ato of Iii man : full)' the door Ilf the) :M.i/ iizmc, nnd hantcn bade mv' new' aceunlntcnccs] ginxl clay, and p
and in a due ):mccted ant 1 incoherent man how pissed; it 1 I was upon the broad o- her fict- wore the same wild l look of inln eel to my bo.it. M e w ere already a <|iiui terof hojeiltfmt I hint got rid of him forever.
iiir relate his story. Tho listeners lookedat ce\n and chic the young! the beautiful, had filed grief and horror, M 'sa hen tucnty' a milo from the brig my tjc wasflutl On my way home my evil g'.nnis: again nppenreel a
cich: other and smiled ; lncredu1tty; wall learned all from own lips and now rated In,fore hidlrcicatcd the fatal
my jcirs secret. upon the Pistol III till 1,1'11. in the nhnpe of a fine large turkey"
pliuily traced upon every countenance the tenant of a in:uthouscJo The fecr of brain .
mv Wlill gnu Suddenly n bright 1II.t: l1a..ht'tlll\'l'r hill which I wan feMilish inough to buy deter'
The dagger/ was produced, and he adimt- ( to the \ilhje: (if M * and inquire and iiij' heart heat camly: % as I gated sted form, and he dropped Isis oar, never to regain mill fling, at the vnine tune In havo it cookedand
tel it to It.ivc belonged to him, but could for her now, and its aged will fasilv her \ wml'laiue."fan '
pnstor iipou Humming it. Ere: the noise! of the explosion rat u N cay jrnr dinner like ever) other
give I n') account of it, another bitter smile point >'on to the suicide's Thus this, be fiue\'" I and I .
prae. pis- thought ; could have time to it'nt'h lus ear n ball from dinner,
tethered on tlu staid features of the villagirs. ecu thin looming; of my life I nor has its closed' my r\en. I hail it IKTII but a mv pistol, had crushed. through I his brain.I ; -- which I have ate alone.
There w'as fate in tlut smile, und I noonday un shone a more cloudless nratiircofilic inmginationihe form would its Is '
upon turned, ablane of elymg! ilunc tuna nil 'I ill liilKeH-ial tutteri!end pi lie.
knew that now no voice on earth but mine oky-but of that anon,- ha\ I' b,'en still: || present to RI>,li' ieitiprredviHion.t.ut that remained of the brig or its crew "I stopped) ( ntii baker' gave orders for
could save him. it was not 1 opi'iiod thnn and to k 'd and m-nt home for
again An instant. after, all was dark agun, my turkey to m> <
The evidence was conclusive, and he was Time with its ceaseless\ tide rolled on, and nnd) the I\ll' of the unmo>'mg and marble the diMant reverberations r f the ceniriisielon, mime, went to mj ijinet room, und WA sulU.
fully committed for trial. Well was it for when twenty summer hnd bluuund o\er like tenures: v us still fixed tipon rm. and the) solitary *(pln' li of ne>me fiHunu o/ lie tully fortiuiHte to clrr|>. Nt'w'tor'a
me that there was no one present the grave of the nuipidc, the Unseen, but lopoke.[ the lips of the phantom mom! tin* brig iw it ohl') etl the heat of grist i gallon day c'.1mr-orru'ral': intel reisses full of jingle
to read my heart in my features, else had resmtlesshand ofdestmj, hud again diuc- n.illn replbut; a low sweet voice thuit'weztiej were the only founds tint it.iiliid mj and t\\'oiJ\ of poetry intended more to
the secret been revealed ill part, if not in ted my i"M>tsicps to tbl'I'IIt'.ln. whuhhid, to ISS detail, by the glance of triumph with been acted the (I'arfllllruh': of my earlier rIfdl nHni| my mental, rather tluiuit'orpsireal S I S w i're' ihriHt. upon fliP nnd' C'ud eras ing fellow -
\vlticli watched his, down cast eyes, as: days. Intervening hid mumped I ear s 111111-1
ye.irs Header, my tale 1'4 h'llil l.utere this shall IjorceP I would not lergct
with SlOW and almost tottering steps, he their impress ii >on brow, until the bio hiv- of tin' et. The
.* | my meet jour eje, tin- lunnie idc, will isle ''p w- : c not forgotten any in )
retraced his pith to the prison accompanied ther of my childhood, h.\/l he .still cvisted, Tlie secret! of that hour rent. in tho bilI cure from the buosled |jutitiuce ol tins world ; nciclibeiring children bow led their Happy
witUa suitible escort. The world, the would have p'uced me as n otrangrr.' A, I win ( fill)' father conftssoi'-llnwoildcnn and the marble that |hut's! lila mouldering! New' ) cur !'- through a lire,kin pnuc of winelow -
gay world in which he had moved with so lone in the great world, I had! wnndcrrd never know them form bear no record of his. crimes. -ilic II'illtl"'rll Hill luc invitatiem to
much eclat, deserted him, even his uiHan unheeded through its crowded) Ilwrl'l h- I. I S S 4 5 5 1'IIElltIt: IT OP) Tilt: CITY call ond Me Ihl.'Oa"d ties! Iml.er11.. kind
Led bride blushed to bream his name. Tarpi, holding/ communmi with toy nu- One more chapter, from tin enough to preeltt me vviih a Ne v. \ areake
Out my affections were not unstable, & I hid hern AM a I'Jhlafnlile in creation ;a I dart, journal of mv rxi"f<'m'e ; and then r"tIIl' the N \', Minor. nite.ni'| iiiiifil lij n bill twui' tI..'
spite of the world'lI opinions I still in iniestcj ingle drop that could not mil!glc in ttu> render! I shall bid the fiircwrll ; as I Hoist II Roger I I'm glud to MC jou ;I" tuid Jerry I i length. 11"'Il".n In expectant of DIY .
( my Illllil'lll fi-ieiiltkipby constant vast! ocean of bring.Conscience I oon do, to the existence I hint loathed Mimidi > a few nights cinre, M 11 nt. rest a nnmll t'oining dinner, II lid C'un wint si for 81 toI
\ isits to his solitary cell. The older member thou foarfnl\ j-pcli I fort' I The hcni..so w ill ere long conuv loom, wherein! he hdomui.nl\ : 1 WIIM I iiieliHt-e taco Mil lira' of ( ben faif li, 'I brio
of the community, shook their heads! I which lhcweiktrcmMoanlilicnii-.tornpir- me from the peoplid Holinule! in whuhlnow I anxious to tnhold jou, I've .,.tllIllllil'l g to o'r toe':k t'MIII>, amid v\ nb it be l.kku'M buy
in distrust and the young boarding' schojlmmcs its orthp eirthhivebouedihpirli'Mdi 1 dwill ; and (hit I I'ill ; epitaph alone till )'ou." carrjing n)" Icrkey nicely roeikiel aid in
, juSt let loose to annoy the world, should! I of all m)' rltl' tie I' oiiip' I from I pcrpitiute my numed. \\'elessimie, thi rice '1'he tomcat v\as on Jt rr) '" ,tond chair ii'l'i'oiance[ vcij' iuvitiiig. '1 he tel> \\'I Mid ) -
vlnspercd as I passed: of constant; friend' thy pungs 1 I whose delight hits Ufii to nvcl i, wrlrcnu" be that hour ; amid though no hit ho 0111)" peisscxsestwo-and nie fo Ini- lilt a htijpy >ew \ l>ar<' 1 gave iumhuif
hip, unbroken by misfortune and unsucred in excess! of all the darker pim,MIS ul i mine dull haulm II ; It'tI ill I hail the IM.rtnt h member of-the hoi'>< hold could n. elolfw!": at(urtfiil ptiurofitj','
> in its des by even guilt itself mv nature; who hue 'rtIlhf'd i in the boo i 'loon, ns the only acceptable one that hear- not disturbed, 1 ocatid m) H.lf! elm. Jer- Iht/\Iltht I. I fiteleivn 10 In)' Ul,le-(lih .(' On h'iimn niturc, how often have you nil of whlll the world rail the better fwl!:.alII len has now to otter. ry'n tod."t'uree. .the IlIrl<(') iiiicoikidn '11 I enl'c! nfviie) time I
been mj dnpa of humanity ; and dolljhtod: to rautf.t ,.1 I I lie it, tin* dri'ninlefs sleep of the stoic ; : the luck t" continued lit', I was pie'\\iutinc to dissect tuy fowl, wlien
The d ty of trial came ; the idcncc wa. all the bovted virtues of mv km i ; wI liy I the pinulisi Mahomrt: : or the burning would be (clad to know who heat grenwej rnt-tat tut. Alas I theta attic, a Li-trk at
conclusive and he was" eondel ned ; popular should I alone of my spicios be, nhi.t to retrace l.ell! of the Christian ; stiUuli aU the change the axis oftlus globe ; for, npoa my vera the door. 1 hid thee turkey under my bed,
Il1diltR Ilion tented itself in loud groa'is and the (past, with a check! unManrhol I he welcome. ; city, it perform Its revolution roughly Mr, Meiwed my wine away Iu the s.lmeeIuittg; 1 ",
hisses us he wall led pale and trembling to and an uiKjnailing brow. If ever the d", There has always b'o'fJ i I'oineiliinB') con Hj mines might throw) light on tin cubjei-t ph.. C iinel opt'iiid the tlnor. wlitn, 'ternlnlaIn I
his dungeon Till this moment he had mon of rep.orso li"-{ an ample' (f,'M in wh>t'h '_;ei>iHl to my fitlmgv\ I. the wila antI -. but, Huger, Irccelvcau new year v'nt! 'lit' tin re Kieitd Mr. Xrrliun'nli I'< M
scarcely doubted of his safety ; for I, to to not, it is in tho chios of rtctils that loomy Militude of the ocean ; and rrom from-" rhIII,: M. wife pod ihe hide etc Ills It
in ike the blo\v more deep, had constantlyassurtd throng/ my memory. And ,'ct' know it tlm tirst hour thai I ,had revelled In its 1 'I'he dr\'ill" cxt'lnlll'f'd .. might 1'0bt't'U unehariluMc but, I wii>li''d
him that ho would he acquitted. not ; the novelty of feeling would be sonata secn"'': I.f strife mid .storm there was an The worthy render nin,,l not IHlpi'OI'ol' C Hum nil ut the! .- ,
11'nlo.veJ him in silence to his cell ; he relief to the dreary enemy of life, and I indissoluble lie that necnied to connect my that I meant to insult Jerry-the htllh.iI-", 't 'niniiliiiicnts, of lie r Ohcn'vC. &r t
was u'liorbcJ in th(night and did not ob- j should hail it ns a pleasure. file withii' and nc\'erd..l the bin'ling *of- the foci of his receiving n visit and on anew were .ho" (''''It ubotit me a. profusely as
servo my entriuce. I waitel until the bolt Twenty summers had passed away, and .tier of it/erhnd, pine mure ardently (or yi'ar's clay w list, every door I is ope n. Hill'rjcrtioim in ilielancunte! << (.f. tlfcy bintor '
was lllMe 1 Ul)11U both, and retiring footeteps -' iwif to rOrnI ('I\JOfate the anniversary of the theJrujueJ; and barren mountains of his nativity had ovtonUliccI, and mined the nbou And tin whole of the )jlIllaIJt.) bolted
of the jailer assured mo that: we were hour when the maniac's .ppirit had winged/ than did I for my Ot't'ltll home, w lit cir- irreverent exclamation. eight into my "It.ni. : '
entirely alone. its flight i ; natitrehad arrayed herself her ciinislnnccs had far BUr length of limp eat Not the d.\'i1I" .paid Jerry, II but listen I '" Huppj' towpyou, !Mr. Ilearall,' said
I brc,ithed hit name: with all the fervor I most (('I1frnljtub. The sullen storm Kwof.t mvloturon the laiil. This po""illJ"IiJl and I will rtl'ate the whole flair ; it h. I Mr. Doll rig lit, I presume' this vWl i. unexpected.1 .
of gratified hatred. Had not the terror of' unheeded over my head an1 the thunder's, i rules my heart, though h age and iiiilr iuly lilY bud luck nctaiioiinllj lo Mumble into "
approaching death, paralized all his faculties : pal| was music to my t'arll. I was in a fitting have denied me tho power of gratification an ndveiiinic-whie-li I ubeiaiinate us .. Quite HO I capture )puu.'
he would hare re.id in my fe ituresall / scene for such an hour; just entering I Tlie ocean, free, wild, and boundless ; heartily as Harry IVIhuni disliked a dilemma ." ('III glad of it,' said Mrs. D. Il'. the .
that I had come to reveal. I the precincts of the. village of 1\1. * I ever clinging jet ever tho same ; the onIj -it IIf'DltI.lJat I cannot dwindle n- more nodal-don't you think *o, Mr. Cearoll !
!My vengeance would have been but half and 01 the very boundary of its humble I true type of its treutor, the sole one of wuy in pcarrfurobiirurity I my evil duntiny ?'
satiated, had' I allowed him to die churchyard. lus! creatures that I have nut hated I I'roud leads me abroad at (the fry moment wht'n Decidedly, Madam.1
ignominiously upon the scaffold, without I The upene-tho deep hour of night, and power and wisdom of 1111&111 I nhould, stay at home, anel though I re- Happy QeW-\'I'lir I .Mr- lJroll,' ttntched -
knowing from whence the blow came. As the fearful storm that raged around ; accorded tIt'l"1er90f for thy freedom. mam in the liemte. riles t allrfftomo companion Zepeaplah Jr.-' in* wouldn't! a Cimo.
soon ml spoke he sprang towards mo with too well with the feeling, of my nnelergo a consielenblu locus, witiumi itt hadn't ucrie-d.' -
extended arm exclaiming.: heart to escape me. I dismounted from my One chapter more I he last and darkestthe some dreadful Accident! or become engaged 'lmuelecdlyots're.< I pcnulalrgboy'
,'Oli save me, I am innocent rail beaten horse and entered the dilapidated enclosure only one for which f ful! regret. in Home diMgrucablu oocurreuce. Nueh, '" Instead of ,olla' out U> play, '
-'* I burled him from my arm, and which had been ruined by the handof Regret, not (or the net but for the nccts- was the case! on the lost. day .of 3d. Jlap I ceimc to nee- e you to dmey't ..
girej upon hu haggard and terrified affection, to screen from tho tread city. bids forced nit to it. petting unfortuuatel> determine upon a timpcreel out tho'duoUlciroo edition of Mr*.
countenance with fiendish joy. lie stood of sacrilege, the lonely abode of the It WJAS beautiful etcning: in June, that walk through the nuow to Ilooinlddalc, I Doltrigbt.!! "*
in stupid amazement unable to guess the dead. I, in whom the affections of the mv cnllant Lttlo brig lay U-citlmed off the set out about noon, And WM ulliciently it "1 here !l' said the fond mother. Fu:
causa of to sudden a change in my deme heart, had long been crushed, could feel isle of Pines ; the situ was just setting lucky to witness nothing disagreeable, and phiHuia Alcxlnii wrote.tint ere lierwU:'- |
iiour: towards him. Little did he dream of little elm hut a sense! gloomy joy as the with all the gorgeous inagtuhce nee m peculiar to remain unnoticed until I had accompl thInk .ht11 8oill'lol.. a poet.
the tale I was about to reveal. vivid flashes of lightning! revenled upon the lo the \\ ht IndieH, and all nature teemed ishtd n great |>roi>ortkiii cf my ProhaM'd| fit': No doubt of it,' 1'tIetsadlliii-ndn. 'J" '
4ave you !I" muttered I through my I rough marble around me, the names of to partake of the calm ; cacti the repose jouzoey, when, mutrublt vies / oiy call "
close teeth for what do you take me ? I many whom twenty tears: before, I hnd of the distant niuimM,ins penned more ;ciiiu. pursued tnc, in the shape tI( a horse ra'1t lif,' IIIld MM. D. 'Well, may tIt J'
*. think you that I was such a fool as to be left in health and hippinen' They could profound than utninl, and not a breath ol mud 11tlih-thl' former galloping with the miLe ami, butl'll Law tier made a pact,, lilt -
the dupe of your arts and not discover I die-die with the prayer. for life upon air wit ttlrrinj to agitate the mL .. it ; or th it my veins run milk that I should\ their lips; while I whoonLl have vuafTnd' lingered on their ,ul1IlIIi&.s man, a woman, and two cluldten 'I lie iery thing in tin hour, and I "'u>*e he rca
'. forgive you | IJ.IIvell might the prowling the cup with the indifference) the Atna. For eighteen month I had roamed the rein, hud fallen (redo the niaii'rt hand.1 the teach my daugbterpoetry in little while,
wolf, ask mercy from the shepherd, man Rage, aye would hue bailed jt,'. a oceanr, a freebooter The great powers ol horse dashed) fuilouklj OIl-IM"ne cull spirit but blew. me, Mr.' Peal, why lou't jou
when liken in his toils. You aro indeed bIM..ing-wa't doomed to live HPT 'grave the earth were too intent upon the grand urged me on-I stepped<< Loldly in front pet murried. 'I uka pnttern by ma and myZipliy
4, innocent I n()- one knows that better was there ; I knew the spot find sought! it-- struggle, \\'hidllllcn reateiied the long established of tlie horse, caught thin rein, and by \\ hero did you lake jcvr dinner
than myself} you are not the victim of a mow. coveied stone, and half effaced inscription dynaxiie* of Curopc with total Home extraordinary fortuity stopped.bs to dayMi) didn'nt J ou glue 'va. call ?
"erring justice, but of my vengeance ; in toll' tier simple story dissolution ; to regard a solitary Invader of mad career' A. MIOII as I liad accouiplUhed I had not time, nieeiam, send .* for dinner -
10 what manner, you are about to learn, .Denied: : long und fixedly; upon the rude their rights" and I had escaped 'unmole t. this wonderful feat-but, la. I too late I care notliiig for it. a
now' h rkcn to what I have to tell you, &. marble, while my retentive memory willed ed. I 1 perceived my errors- the.1 father of tile 'And bavi you not made a call to day i. -
then ask ma to save you I" up a thousand little incidents that had The reel cress, the .tripe and ttars. or luck,' Mr. Z. nunnatural politcucwi, aud or drank any wine 7' continued Mr. 1).
r 0 5 '. S C S b a a marked our intercourse in iu nhontered endurance the golden fg! were alike my prey. Even fond unpioCtabJo convi'ration thanked M 1 have not* A. I Mid title, cooMicnce
I told hinvrfl 1 anl laughed fa scorn alike then unheeded, hut now distinctly Ihefarfamed power of the Corsican chief ne ten thousand liroc*' hi*,,, ife- a )lady accused me andrfookkif around I percei
at his PI'lJ.yer.nd curses ; I left the prison present to t C'tlt vision of memory.I protected not his banner from ray depredation of some twocore years, w ith a short none ted for the find! time large dog belongingto "
a happy! mnn As I anticipated: he revealed tried to Conjure up one felinjrofreiursp Mine though viadictive temper, and long tongue, returned me tier mostitHttmtntal the Boltrfght( family, which Zephaniab"J ,- .
every thing that I had (old him; but his or shed one tear of regie, but was not a sanguinary one and tile foe tbanh,' as .he pleased to ex- wa. 'nicking' on my rat, an operation \
story, *o far front gaining credence, but ad- in vain, ours Indeed I ded a blacker shade to his crime in the evtimition myself! wish that I had never crossed more Kindly treated than if ther had (at boy,' big and ugly enough fo throttle or plainly proud by hi. curved buck and general -
of every one who beard it. It her path oflife ; but while the thought MM fallen into the hinds of more lawful cap frighten a t.e.I-tbe other a girl who mightbe frrliatlDn. I nucreedt-d: Ln'itle*..lii('
was regarded by all .. a futile effort to yet struggling/ for formation in my heart, tors. termed: a duoeiu time rtjiiion of her my rat and depositIng Lira sate on the bed,!
clear himself at the expense of one who my eve rested upon another stone Out it imioi my purpose to detail the mother culled hie' gct>d dear man.' You but, Ze-ph.niah Jr., nt the request of hi.
\ had temfied throughout the most unwavering "sacreltethe memory of II,,orv Ynrana various scenes of strife through which I know Roger{ how I Jried such every day pape, undertook = friendship (or him I thn. showing who wa unjustly "'condemned." Again passed, a time was arrived when they were eant'I.lhl" and how painful must have would catch it rat, for "ltkhllrl"? he
himself as destitute of gratitude as ha had the demon posseHsed me and with hvsteric to be terminated and that by my own act.Tk xen toy fetliugf. ashen Mr.. ZephanialiMtrlglt truck the tinder curtains of JIll tied, tryIng -
of all othr principles morality! and vir, laugh of joy I precipitated mvne'f upon treasure that we bad acquired by our iimistfd upon my driving him rat-r.t, ie krlum toy 1' know not
tue. I the turf that covered hi* still hated form lawless depradationll, was immense and home M ha would neil undertake the municment w hat the dog1 quab/Iealuin for u tmellmg
Every body now looked upon him with I hated alikein life and death i I coitU bate had from time to time been concealed l lavtnotu of bis fnt\ni lipr**. In vain a rut* were, but I had every tacoma lo com- i'&:
horror; but Iconstant in my friendship, & torn'his corrupting remains from their last parts of the I.Und,- (If( which we. I urged that there was mini rom tii the plain of hi. MOM of smelling I in one par ,.t
despite the reraontrance* of my friends, sanctuary and scattered them to the wind were now becalmed. Tli J'urport of our pre--,sleigh. H-aUr, for before I' had urn lo allure
who regarded roe as an angel of forgiven 1 of heaven. sent visit, was to remove tUislu some more u Oh Maw you raid the charming Mr* him away Item U* g me, be dragged my
(,cmtmtied visit him What pissed betrn indeed a momentary tswiingot rerret secure place and there make and equitable toll right, 4 the little dear will lilt by you I turkey (rom tinder the bed midst the Ujher ;-
u* in the solitary depths of his cell I had form| in my bosnia for Emma's fate division of the spoiL. and ussr and my d ear :Zejhy will Isle the I of the children, ,lb. sumubn rDt' of the
nnyheeisilyiimgineel SS it was now dissipated ; the pmt of the There ww gold enough after my portion bock Mat,' I parents, and my clittll 1fitul". I hew
S S S C S S S S S .1 fiend wa again upon me. and I knelt In had been deducted, to "have rendered I next Mid I could not drive well I net bow to act tir 's bat to My, the blood
S S The diy of execution arrived ; scorn upon her grave and in the iMt'ernew'' every man in the brig wealthy for life ; ha I bit .ha. !M.UbtxlMr. DolUlght, I rushed to my cheek. my knee shook I '
the hour came anl: passed bearing! his of my heart Invoked her desembodird f pi- < but of all the pao.ion of tlie human breant 'you cant make ma believe that-jvu I Ii tottered toward the bed, stumbled onr''I
coward soul with it into the bosom of eternity rit '0 my presence, thtt I miiht once more that of avarice U the most. losatutc. :aught the rruU like a regular jockey-ha I Ia' lB. dug and ell upon the little MIM D.,
I stoat b?,,,..',, tat lca'f)1t l and gvzl I taunt her with my fearful otorf It WM no Not content with their own' shirt jen- i who at once commenced a repetition of- the
with n ui iu tiling brow into his ere mad prank of my ungoverned pa4kxi\ j 'eral conspiracy hd tee* formed, to poaSCM I wa. fixed-doomed-once more )Jammed delightful melody he. bad favored me with
ai hrepenef his oft loll tale. 'rh I but I felt from The hot torn of mr ansi?, thit j I thonmelve. of mine etaoand as this it to in adventure, and. a alelgn. I I during my leigh-ride.. The turkey WM
aivmMeJ multitude laughed in scorn at the Invocation would be aiMwered.The could be effcctej oaly by my death that Ml not infurra you thai I.oi a very bad rescued from the dug by thaw. youni Bolu
students wa determined Idiotic fools l they Irlver. then IIID t1o tIghts, and placed UIMHI the t.Lle-Mi I.* D.
the htnrobahle.iory and he was hurled Into of cause at1 e'h1. may upon. Imagine, say' -
eternly ami4lhir cursesaid impreeatioas. I bake their crave head in learnt wisdom, I slept secure in my supposed Ignorance of crowded between two e little ejear,' with would not desist cryinf until a<
It was a triumph th it the demon of and the fashionable rotary of popular ppl., :at' I their loteatlon: a a,bad rein and compelled to govern she no with ale, of the bird, and ZeoH.nlab, ') J I


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Jr.' carriol out her grtitijj notion by' I boarded, there was much complaint among tachcl'to vessel! for sea service or In a' inq sites, in or near the. harbor of Lynn NOTICE.
'I II c qu-uliitrf' u.atu aLa wuiiii me outer leg the i iwyers ,aid their boarders that the \"Ie. yard, one thousand,two hundred dollars one on Lobster's rock near th( west side I weeks after date, I will apply to the
My *Ao wj iiet. \iifH.,i.i .iU _uu deihoiIsiied I luau were not prepared in a cleanly man- SCl'reiarit'.o-1'u commanders of squadrons .. of Nahant one on the Western rocks out SIX the Judge of the County: Ccuit
I c but iiii4 ... itt. til, uf woke eI11' 'j I nero Judge U,Kily took the landlord onside when commanding in chief, one. on the sAiid bar at the mouth of Baogar'i Escambia County for Letters of Adnnnitration -
g<,a wild inn liuiinsi;, .iui, ,*,', Frr i*.tgtftfifeliniouiy <'; an I said he had something to comm thotuiud: dollars titer and upon such other sites as may be, on the Estate of HiLDLKlCK
f i i<*>ui, ve.y nuni mioxicatod : -m' ideate to him that might be of advantage To commanders of squadrons, who necessary for safe.navigation five hundred WES ELS, deceased.
aia CJ.ii.tU.UiiU ".1 iiiuiscriiuiatievauioUX i''' to his 'I'ollije.tlt relates1 says he, to not coruouoding in chief nine hundred dolars. dollars. O. >V, BARKLBY.
t 1'f I >.i VJJ CIt anitnaie and i.iam-::1 j jour table. If you would hive tbo dirt 'ort\\'o boat buoys to be placed at or neal r Mar. 28-3-fit.
I on one plate and the victuals on another, fiailinf .uQ ",.-Of a ship of the line the harbor of Nantucket six: hundred dol, HcLbll: CARUEN bLLDS:
trod t and let your guests mix it to juit themselves for pea service, one thousand one hundred tars .
I II i 1 according to their different tastes! it would .Iollar For erecting beacons and placing huoyion I t il: HE subscriber has just receiud: a large
1 yeuedaa i ru'n h8 a decided Improvement lathe cntcrtaiChrtmiclt. \Vhcn on other duty, one thousand proper sites in Buzzard's bay two .thou '
I mi luur after i re.uruod.' tlui t'inter wafast mf'nl..t"'lUttJ lars sand description. They were prepared by tile
t i' sleds, udl not "IV lie; (,rauno jgattiUoltrignu / When on leave of absence, or waiting dollars.CONNECTICUT. Society of Shakers in Connecticut; and
ha it wo very jiicioui-iooiUiif| cnaruc From a Mississippi! paper we extract the Soconti Matter*.-When attached to the mouth or entrance of !Mystic river a catalogue of the fe,cds.
I ten into jay rooiti, tvlio Wens: uusiiy dig- following: vesMeN for sea service; seven hundred.end hort distance easterly from the light house White Onion, YlIoOnion, Red On.
f .god In disposing 01 lid cuaiuits u,f a large An apology i is due to our patrons in town fifty dollars. on Morgan's pintln the town of Groton, ion, Early Blood ,lurnip Beet, Early
bgIILe-fultul gin.i for the of the Sugar do. do. Early: Orange do., do. Salador
non-delivery our paper on When on other dnty.fire hundred dollars two hundred and fifty dollars.
I hoed not go on. You nuy well ima I lad publication day. Our carrier, Alfred, a When on leave of absence, or wailing Fur a light boat'Ith a bell to be attached Swiss Chard; do. Long Blood do. Long
'. glue how nappy 1 rested alar the terinn- colored /ii.-in, bad an unfortunate nmunde orders, four hundred dollars. to the came and anchored at Bartlttt's Mangel \\urtztl do. Loi'g White heartily
1 turn of my .>ew fear visits! .." standing with another servant which teminaied Passed .4ipllltn.-On duty sevenhundred reef ate thousand dollars. do. Scarlet Carrot, (very fine,) Orangedo.
.1 i in iin "uffurof honor," between I and fifty dollars For making a foundation and rebuilding Blood do. Early Horn do litrriihcy
A SUINI: F11U.t11'l1EUELUGC: : the parties. They met with pistol, at five I Wilting orders, wx hundred dollars. thereon a beacon near the entrance of Parsnip, Long \\ bite do. Early: Cluster
O "\t11'1. paces, hauled with three ball.. and both lI'arrantedlilaatrr?'E .\alt'-When aached lllack Rock harbor, in Long Island sound Cucumber, Extra Long do. Long (.teen
*, Now only the InjiuHt summit peeped out fired neurly at the name instant. Alfred ( to vessels for sea service, or at lilt- in addition to a former appropriation even! do. Early Frame do. Early do. Prickly
pr the waters. acinin, a iiouie youtu to received a severe wound in the right arm, I vy yards, four.hundred and fifty dollars. thousand seven hundred and ten dol- Gherkin do. Superior Watermelon, Early
1 v IIODI me t'oAire.of dame had sworn eler- after which, both parties expressing their! When on lease of absence, or waiting lar!!. Applcsced do. Large Mjukmelon, line I
nu truth, had UneJ nil uelovud Zeinira entire satisfaction, the flair/ terminated. orders three hood red dolhr RHODE ISLAND.For Nutmeg Melon, f.argeCantelope do. Grctn
on ihitt puiiidcle.-Alone, for all the rest We are-happy to say that Alfred though Midhipnrtll-Wtatl attached to vessels the erection of iron spindles on the Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon,
l. I hal t>ee,i swept od'uy the ilood., they stood severely wounded, I Is recovering, and con for sea service four hundred dolhrs. : Hallway rock near the south end of the Dutch Summer Mqunh, Cush; Crook do.
IU IUd lI'hV.11f' storm-wind, bit! waves eiden'\! out of danger: Simon, his opponent When on other duty, three j lundrcd and bland of I'rudence in Narrnganset bay and do. Crookneck; hummer do. Crookneck
IIIUKC upon them, the thunder bellowed a- escaped unhurt. Thin wo hole will fifty dollar, I the little Lime rock in the harbor of I Wintci do. Mammoth do. \\ ..ltel\Iha": ,
J i i bovu tliciii, add below rooted a swellingocean -be received as a.i apology, also for our When on leave absence, or waiting orders ., :Newport three hundred dollars. do. Cocoanut; do. Mammoth Pumpkin,
iiloomy was the darkness around carrier not publishing Ins. New \'ear's Ac three hundred dollar I For the erection of a beacon on time rock( Connecticut do. k been do.. Imprrmi Sugar -
f unless when lightning illuminated the dismal dress, in accordance with long estahlisleded l'l"rb-or.yard nine hundred dollar near the harbor of cast Greenwich railed Loaf Lettuce, Early While Iliad do
.. scene leery cloud threatened destruction cu ,toin. We were always opposed First clerk to comnnndnnt tifaiiar the Half way rock, from the \\arwiik Ice of Green Head do. Ice Cuss do. White
: from its dark brow, and every to ducllmgv and are now more than eve yard, nine hundred dollar! Neck point to l'allOODict. harbor five hun Coss; do. Magnum lionum ("o'a do. Cabbage :
t wave rolled carcasses: ; long and seemed confirmed our anti.duelling principles. Second clerk to a commandant of antI' dred dollars. Urad do. LongVMnteNapIcs Radish,
yearning for u farther (prey. Zeinira pressed "V yard, seen hundred and fifty dollars. .\'En" JERSEY: Scarlet Short "lop do. Purple Short 'fop
I her loser to her trembling heart fears The following from the London Globe, 'To commander of squadrons, captains For placing four boys on Absecum and do. Long Salmon do. Long Scarlet do.
I mingled with the rain drops which trickled for a manufactured squib is not bsda I of fleets and commanders of te fcls, five New Inlet Gloucester county four hundred Scarlet or Cherry Turnip do. White
1Ivn her pale checks. She epake / ut the /iftih.- calculating Yankee hundred dollar'I.II'Hu.fJean" dollars. FaIiSpanish do. Black do. Early SugarLoaf
, with faltering voic'e .- hearing that the cholera was approich: (llmakfr*, Carpe For placing buoys at the proper sites in Cabbage Early George do. Early'
I There in no hope of safety more. My Ing Ncw-Orlems, & judging that its rltva- ntfr*.-Ot a ship of the line, for sea ser- : the following.livers *iz ; Nanticokr, M icomicoManokinAnnamunox Dutch do. Early, \oikdo. Large York or
i.beloved Serum, we arc on all sides ser gas were likely to be extensive, actually! vice, seven hundred and fifty dollars. & Poeomoke Hardest do. Early Hatter ('a do. Early
t. j roundeJ with lowering death.: 0 desolate I II IO chartered a vessel with coffins, which arrived Of a frigate for sea service, six hundred I river and sound Hooper's straits, arid Tan- Bullock's Heart do ((cry, hue.) Large Bergen .
I ,I wo You may sec it climb near and before the disease had made Its appearance dollars. gier sound one thousand and fifty dollars. do. Drumhead do. Late Dutch do. Ma
nearer the death which awaits us. Which to'the no small: astonishments When onotherlotyfive hundreddol. y ma INI A. Dutch (very fine,) do ,Green baioy do.
t 'L of these billows to submerge u* 1 Holdme the consignee. When on leavj of absence, or walling For a light boat to be placed on Holer's Yellow do. Green Glazed do. Turnip Rooted -
'. i in thy cold and shivering arms, my beloved orders, three hundred and sixty dollar" rock, in the Rappuhahnock rnr five thousand do. Red Dutch do. Colewort, Large
I : ( soon shall, soon shall you be no '" YoU charge me 50 sequins" ," said a Venetian Officers temporarily performing the du dollars. Purple Cape Frocoli, White do. Early
I t. more, swept into the universal whirlpool nobleman to a sculptor, "for a bus ties belonging to those of a higher grade, For three buoys to he placed on proper Cauliflower Half Hardy do. Late Dutch do.
I i of destruction Now my God what a that only'cost you ten day d lalx>r." You shall receive the compensation allowed to sites in the channel of Cluncoteague inlet, Cesarean Kale or Cow Cabbage, Scotch
: r wave approaches! it glitters,In the lightning forget! replied 'the artist, "that I have such higher grade, while actually so em four hundred and fifty dollars. Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip,
-it. pII.'IC"'er: in!I" She spake, been thirty years learning to make that plo)'cd.No For a light boat to bo anchored at or near Early Garden Stone do. Norfolk Flat do.
i and sunk powcrlcson So m n. i bust in ten day ." officer shall be put on furlough but at Ragged point on the Potomac river in the Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do
his own request, and all officers so furloughed state of Virginia, or the erection of a Long/ Hanover do. Sage, Large Uelll'ep-
; O God of judgment she exclaimed shall rf'Cf.'e one half only of the Mgbthouse at Piney Point in the state of npr.. Squash do.- Cayenne- ---- do._u Purple "
U there no safety no pity for us i?' How. pay to which they would hate been enti. Maryland which of the two lights abovementioned Plant, Curled Cress or Peprcigrass Plate
the waters rush: the thunders roar ollJt tied if on leave of ahsence.If is best adapted for the securityof Cress Water Cress, Large Tomato, Small
t the 'voice of the winds tell: of HJS Una, any assistant surgeon shill have been Navigation to be decided on by the feeb- do. Vegetable Oyster bcoizoncralnte
tonable vengeance, O God our years hate absent from the I'nited States; on duty, at rctaryof the Treasury live thousand dol- Solid Celery; Robe-colored !Solid do. Summer -
I ,passed in iii'') 'erce. Thou, my Heroin, r w be time others of his date ogre examined: lar". Savory, Dwarf Curled Parsley, Curled ;
', west the twist virtuous of youth*. Wo tome he shall if not rejected at a subeq4icnt! examination NORTH CAROLIN\ ParsleyCurlrd do. New Zealand Spin-
:/ ''' i them Imsiadorncd my being! with 8 JJY af.l 14lfRY--! be entitled to the mine rank For a light boat to be plan on proper age, Flanders do. Round do. Green Cur
i thuusandjoya 5 but tlicy arc fled-they with themf d from any (cause his. relttte site between Albe llJrle and J'linluosoundsfile led Endue: Broad Leaved do. White
I I .. are !gone for e 'er. And thou who gave I.A"'oS i or 77/t UNITE STATES rank connot be assigned! to him, he thousand! dollars Mustard. Brown do. Long White Okra
j' me m .lifo thou, too hast been torn from PAttED AT TUG SECOND .SfcOHION TWE1TV' will retain his original position on the r'g- For building a light boat to he stationed' short Green do. Asparagus, Nastuition,
my side, and my tortured sightTiad to behold THIRD CoMOHESS.IPOBLIC. sler. at or near Harbour island far thousand Roqucttc, Corn Sallad, Curled Chervil,
1 theo lifting up thy head above the One ration per day, only': shall be allow- ollars English: Sorrel. Leek, 8afl i on, Skirrct
waters anti thy arm for the last time, all if [ NO. 15] ed to all officers when attached to levels bTATE OK SOUTH CAROLINA. Mignonette, for feeding Bees Sweet lar-
tobleea me: ui are swallowed AN ACT to regulate the pay of the navy I for sea service. For placing three buoyant the bar of the joren, Sweet Thyme, SweetLavender, Lemon
j I Semi, Si-inln. this lonely and forsaken of the United States. : Sect 4, And bf it fathfr enacted, Thatno \\n on proper Kites, one Balm, Early Golden Sioux Corn,
i world nuld fie a ?paradise to me with lie it ennctfilby As Senate and Hotttt allowance shall hereafterhe. ma la to any hundred and fifty dollars. Early Tuscaiora do. Early Sugar do.
1 fl eethavebeeepassed still by my side, Oh God, our years nfltepre entotire, of the Unittd State oj officer in the naval service of the fined I For placing three buoys on proper sites Early Washington Peas, Early June do.
in. Innocence j f J. there no A'liertrfi in Conerema. tmf>lt !i pity for the blameless-no salvation, I and after the passage of this act the annu; disbursing money, tor transacting any four hundred and fifty dollars. Peas, \> bite Marrowfat do. Dwarf Pro
What says mv tormented heart 7 God al pItY of the ofllcers of the navy of the Unlted business for the Government, of the L'm For one buoy on North Kdeato bar, one Iific do. Dwarf Blue Inpenal do. Early
'1 a pardon nw I We are dyhur. What Is bu.IJ States shall bo as follows: ed State, nor shall he be allowed scr In the aw ash channel tn Cumbahee, two China Dwarf Bean, Early Dun Color
e man innocence Ix-fore thoe 7" The Sfnior Cd/lnifl.-At all times when rants, or pay for servants, clothing or Tat on South Edisto bar, two on the liird Key Dwarf Beans, Early Mohow Early: Frenchor "
1 The youth hold his beloved who shiver- in service, four thousand five hundred. dol- ions for them, or pay for the same, nr channel, and one in Catibago sound, one Warrinftnn d,,' Leans Early Sixwrek
j ". ed ia tnn' storm-wind, and spake; art. hall any allowance be made to him for thousand nnd"nfiy dollars, do. Early Rob Roy do. Refugee, or 1UOO
,.IJ .. Idl my beloved all life is washed off When on leave of absence, or waiting rent of quarters or to pay rent for furniture For five beacon light nt Charleston bar, to I do. White Kidney do Variegated
from, the t cailh r no mortal now howls amid orders. thr thousand five hundredaollars: or for lights or fuel, or importing five thousand dollars, if co much be necessary Cranbery Pole do Dutch Case Knife Pole
the roarlnf of this desolation. My beloved All other Captains When In commandof baggage. It is hereby expressly declared ;' one light to be so placed as torRnge do. Her Cranberry' Pole Deans, White do.
Zemara. the coming instant is our last squa Jrons ou foreign stations, four thousand that the yearly allowance provided in this precisely with the main light, whena do. Large Lima do. Small do. do. Dutch
Yes,' they are fled I all the hopes of onr dollars. act ij all the pay coinMiwioir! ; and allow' II vessel\ shalll>c crossing the bar at the While Runner do. Scarlet Runner do.
life ( that holy momentwhen we vowed To When on other duty three thousand fire nee that shall be received under any cir. ltihips' ihannrlandin the deepest Mater; FLOWER SEEDS, nsorted.
each other Inviolable constancy, we havei hundred dollars.CjHimamlert. umstances whatever, by any such officer i two to bo pk red on Morris1 Island,to range March2l JOHN CAMPBELL
[ vain exulted in ; we are dyio:. But let MMlert Commandant or except for travelling fxprn-ws with each other when, a vessel shall be Office of the Alabama, Florida and Gc-or-
us not like' outcast, pine over a common When attached to vessels for Ilea,lenlce when under ordcn rur which ten cents per crossing the overall channel and in the Road Company, Pcnsitcola. )>
,r I lot.-What is the longeat life and the joy two thouaa l 'Ave' hundred dollars. mile! shall be allowed. eencM water, one to be placed on Sullivan March 11th, 1835. )
I. 'Julie..t, but dew-drop which hangs today Wh n attached to navy yards, or on oth Arpnovtp, March 3, 18.U.PrPLtr.rNo. ; Island, or the main, to range when a Subscribers to the Capital Stock
\ on the rock, and to-tnorrow falls Into the erduty, two thousand one hundred dol-) \'e ..eltihaiJ hate crossed the bar, and ill THE thi*-Company' are hereby' notified
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ocean. Lift up thy courage: Beyond I'I'larll. [ 17. ] steering northward. tint three instalments of ten dollars on
; "this life, there 1 Is a bliss eternity., When on leave of absence, or waitingorders An. Act mating sddilinnol appropriations: OHIO. each share, have been called for bv the
:' Let us not tremble to cross tho narrow; ono thousand eight hundred dol far building light boats, beacons, mill For placing not less limn live buoys at l'rI'8ldl'lIllind Directors and that the same
; t i sea." I.... ,monuments, and placing buoys, for the the entrance of Sandufky harbor, five nun- will be due and payable at ,the Office of the
S t e '. Lieutenant commanding, one thousand year one thonuHiid eight hundred and dred dollar Company on the let Mondays of
?:f ", i; Courage and joy arose In the soul of r eight hundred dollars. ,thirty five, and for ether Pllrl1t'ftCtI. For placing two buoys at port Clinton, at June and July next. May.
J "Zemtra and cmbeilhhed her countenance; On (lUter dutT' one thousand. five hundred. Ut it tnttftfd fcj th Senatt ami bourse the mouth of Portage river, one hundred THO. M. BLOUNT, Secry.Pensacola
; She lifted her hands,amid the tempest, au Waiting orders, one thousand two ,hundred America in Congress vembU, That the '
haw 1Eew, I feel -theso great and mighty dollars.Atmtant.. following appropriations. be and tho same For the purpose replacing,? the'twenty ? OTiCE.:
I" j truths,.:Ye are" hnt gone before my beloved Surf eon,-Waiting orders, six are hereby ma.ieand; directed to be paid buoys that wore on the coast of Louisiana Is hereby given. that on the 26th of
pnei, who were lately torn from mefwe4obj" hundred. and fifty,dollars.At out ..fany money in the Treasury not ,olh-, to mark out the channel: from the vicinity January last, on its being reported .
II I .re romirtjti, we soon shall meet sea, nine hundred and fifty dollars. erwl..c appropriated; to enable the Secretary of the light house, on Point. Fer into me that: a Black Skiff had been brought
I 4giiW "9eo. my beloved death, death is After passing and found qualified for of the Treasury provide by contract, Atchafayala has, or so many of them as hereby two suspicious persons from Mobile -
" coning nearer, on this rising, stifling promotion to surgeon. eight hundred and for building light boats, beacons and moo- may be sunk, or hate been destroyed, a I had her seized and .taken into the
i blockou: of the wave. 0 S rniD, embrace dAy c1ollull. ments, and placing buoys to wit r : luna not exceeding two thousand dollars. posesmon of a constable. The Skiff has
.d me t leave me not, the wave UfU me-, 1 ljAksea, one IhpugaruTtwo hundred -dol- M.41kE.For TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. been valued at thirty five Dollars she is 17 '"V
,: float." placing buoys in St George's river, towit '.For placing eight buoys in St Marks feet long, 14 feet 31-2 inches keel, Clinker .
I ', I 'embrace thoe, Zeralra,"* said .the ,When stationed at Navy yards, hospitals : on Jeh 's Cohnft's. Gay's Cove, and' harbor, at proper sites, eight hundred dol- built wnh agreen and yellow streak. The
6\\ youth.-. < t rendezvous,.and receiving ships| nine Fullerton's ledges and point of flocks, icy 10....- owner is requested to come forward and
I .S, they spake while the flood swept hundred and fifty dollar eo hundred dollars. For placing four buoys at proper sites'm prove his property. If no owner'appear
I'1; them away in each: other's arms,. filer being passed: and stationed as above For placing buoys in Pansamaquody the! Channel at the east end of St George's the LifT will be sold to pay expenses.
lI one thousand< I P/yp.ltll"1 '*>! nir;U+-\l the recent, dollars. 's bell, It the entrance of said passage, I cast .. Jutlice Peace.
tl J lire in Hpnog street a covey of pigeons was Surfftont. for the first five years after I steel I triangular bell or a bell 1 of the usual lacing buoys to mark the channel Navy Yard :March 14 1835.-1,-4t.
t ':pI i observe hovering oicjr": the flam,.* al a the date of his romnlsaiou one thousand form but increased weight, one thousand through the East pass of Apalachicola bay Margarita De La Una, Ex'x. ----
,great height, prewmlng a beautiful ap- dotlan. five huodreddoPars. and river mine thousand dollars.. vs.Samuel }
11 I I I petrance. rwaoiMia! thit of cold,caused For the second five yean'. one thousand For plain tutor* or spindle on ledges TERRITORY MICHIGAN M.Smyth.THIS .
., n In b)' the redaction of the light below. Foreverol two hundred dollars. of rocks called Fishing rocks and Old For placing buoys to mark the channel suit hat been commenced
mi. For the third five : one thousand rince, at the entrance of Kennebunk 'and by writ
lutes they were seen darting in years, at t the mouth of the Miami of Lake Erje, \ returnable to the
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'I i every dirt'etiolir at a los where ,to lour hundred dollar ap Porpoise' harbor, five hundred dulI. Manumce bay, seven hundred dollars. term of the Superior Court for Kscanibia
.*\ wend their passage. At last they were After he shall have been ,commtsslpnedas an.For. Fpr erecting light house at !Mobile point County. The defendant and
,. }H l noticed to follow the propensity ascribed a surgeon twenty sears and upwards the erection of three' beacons on the eight thousand dollars, and for placing pns interested are required to all other r and>< r-
I I to birds by paturalista, and plunged one by one thousand eight hundred dollars. rollowing.ites. Ita the harbor of Castine, buoy. Mobile bay, five hundred dollars plead to the declaration. appear
,'one, Into the flame ,where they 'p rUhedvxCoii. All the surgeons of the navy under orders I viz | ODe on Otter rock, one on Homer's For the preservation of Fairwcather Is- DEN
::1!i Alp, for duty, at navy yards, receiving .lodge and one on Stubbs Point ledge three I land, and the light-house and other public Sept. 13 \\RIGHT, for No.Plff.27/ .
vessels! rendezvous .thousand dollars,
naval
-' or hospitals, buildings thereon and Black Rock
I I Tho late Jill j" D oly of Georgia, -was shall have an increase one-fourth 'of the For Jha erection' of buoys on Alden's arbor, two thousand securing six hundred dollars. Fifty Do\\\UA Ut.V4tud.'
' i remark'*t.leforhi. wit, as well as for,other foregoing amount of their respective annual edge, ml the mouth. of Portland' harbor, 4I'PROYED.larch 3, 1833, stolen
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I At one place where ha attended Court : such orders. For placing buojs on Huron Island "" PORT or I E\SACLA Florida Ilear Marianna, Jackson country, .
ha "..1.1.welt pleased with nil entertaIn-i ? AUsureeona of the navy ordered to any ledge at the mouth of .Damanecotta river Negro man named Henry, between ,
a m>at tt ,e ta>"eni.- ')u the first day of' pf the ships or vessels of the United States, and on Western tuck Knstcrn rock, and Departed, thirty five and forty years of age,
' court,' a hog under the name of a'pig-had commission for tea service, shall have KJln..'. ledge in said river a sum not exceeding Scbr. Charlotte, Mack New Orleans made fitefreltcnor eleven inches high, stout
i ; been cooked whole but laid on the table art Increase of one third of the foregoing five hundred dollars.MASACIILISIJ7'TW.. n bales cotton, by J, Campbell.-43: bales been black complexion, one of hu! ears has. ,
Ko person attacked it. It was brought the mount of their respective annual pay, cotton, by C C. Keyeer.Schr. ia keen 011'rlOtie to his head in a fight, he
next day, and the next, and treated with front the date.of their acceptance of such For placing .buoys to wit on West Island Dolphin, Downea, Mobile.NOTICg artful fellow and no doubt will
the same,respect j and it w& on the tableon orders. hedge on Nye"i lUga and on the northwest give! a favorable account tif himself. I think
a the day oti which the court adjourned, All surgeons of the nary ordered u fleet and souihwwt tM ut Mattspoiset ledge on ;It likely that be has been carried off by
4 As the party finished their dinner, Judge surgeons, shall have aa increase atone half iunkealedire, ,and on 81100"'' rock seven some person, or else has procured a pUll
hundred dollars. ALL persons indebted to the relate of to travel. The above: ward of fifty dollars !-
f Dooly rose from the table and in a solemn of their...peeth'.nDua! pay from the date
. manner addressed the Clerk. )Ir. Clerk," of their acceptance of raea order For cixnpleti g the erection of a spindle notified WAIT deceased are hereby will be given for the delivery of said
Laid he diimiis. that hog upon his reeofoizance Chaf/aiM.When attached to vesselsfor on ABaotV lede even hundred and tfty and to come forward & nuke payment, negro tonic at my plantation, or twenty
aU those
dollar. having claims against, said estate five dollars confined in state jail so .
, > until the first day of .the next, sea service,or at navy yards,one thousand any
Court. ll! has attended so faithfully, two hundred dollars s For s atone aeon on Collier's ledge arteqaested to present their accountsgallyf that I get him, also, if he has been stolen J
When leave of absence Vi"'nrd to thousand bundredForpiscing alksted for aettlement. .Will give a reward of fifty dollars for the
ring the present term that I don't on ,or waiting or-. one five -
will! be necessary to lake any security. dU-1 den, eight hundred dollars. s dollar/ RANDAL ALLI4. apprehension and confinement of the thief

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V : : fC0 l, to a feather in the balance. The party ol;j The old cap wanted to kill one o' them sucked that for foJJcr.'anJ: they ss: )' there'*it' Early one morning thu picket guard! w',l.
Col. W.will go {for him in a !body, and \h<' j j varmints must wonderful, but 'hi never smart dealo'I nurishinent in a while War's,< attacked/ i II)' a party vl Indians rushing

SATURDAY, M position will I e divided among Ins opponents hickid I ft pet n chance Uforc. Now I foot. Hut ill I may be allow (..110 ..pt'I "III\Y 1 through the wutKii'romditiertiit: poirits atI
tL'l'If,22N 1$13._. The : lie unuuvt"i'f, the time had come lor, him to 'pinion, I should say 1IIlId luau' ties I the some numicni maid rending the an with
I'OK! SALE-The Materials and Pat.on : fact I is thnt there 1t In Florida calk iniounr on Vm at last; und! II \ his | fount I Is the rightest, and Hi. '_w hat's: as hitlCDiiM ) 'H!<. I.ituttnuntau' Neihten'and
age of .the PENSACOLA GAZETTE.-Term I a wonderful avidity for public elation. It mutton fur linn right S hf run furred follows ;-You sec after the.'d Itt.'nlut Ih'' ''Iht,,, ecru )killed! and teamed
will be made the pervades oil classes ; and candidate....in determining and lay' hold! outs n small skli" )', that w-aslatrn I three days about, they begun to grow kind nnd four \..Ilh"IIIrrt wounded bumutlSiandish
easy upon purchasers glv. to present themselves before thepeople I l near the Iolre'III1IIllIti run her: out 10' hungry, nnd then lucYgol friendly, for one ol the guard: ukase )post was
l jrig undoubted security.! and launched her. 'Ihen he ink a drink j misery loves ('omftll),*) 011 know -nndI near piuetree tii.-thartd d his musket
would do well
A'.ir.IL.-The U. S. Sloop of'ar'A'f'! to assure themseltesthat -hrrr', Hick-and mil in a fHilT !load of I the captain said the l>ear looked him sevjeral '> at the first Indian he "1"161111 ran dllU1'thl'
thchi not mistake the promptings ponder, u roiiplr ut balls and jinn|'ed in, I limes: very sorrow fill, as: much ns to I'' hill tovtaids the fort ; but lit'I had no m.
arrived w
B ILIA, here from a cruize on Tue of their own distempered and misguided alllll'ullell11\' for the ice, It na'n'l; long .say I' captain, what the devil shall a e do?' Hotmcr rcaihttt the plain, than limit In
gap last. She was at Vera Cmceteradiys. ambition, for the desire of friends'and the afore he gut Vrt'!>" I the bay, for it ttus a \\ rll, one tiny they ttus 'ltl'n' taken ut I dinns w ho had pursued him to eat art Inaretreat
Order i Is: restored there. The wholeof interests narrerpiete n'5 "ti-r-nut more than half I each other, with the tears ready to burst darted nut of the bushes Imd and
of the
the Neal India peeplc. a mile w idii-:and then he gut on in the UTIt out u' theirejes\ when mill ofnhurrsoiueMh.iigcnmc | wounded him in the foot. One CIt tit in
: > Squadron i I. now in this
1 h'irbour. These! general remarks are not intended was a smart audnfv! \ mke n'ut! the flopptn up out o' the water into ( sprang( upon| him, threw him to the ground,
lo apply to Col. t-'adsdrn, more than to bear WII4'a}' down to the Luther etbl on |t the ice. The cnplam looked und see It : 1'lIIiuiltt11..I', arms, and then pushed! bun
The following is a list of the officers 01 the other candidates. Mr yield to no one it, by the cdrfti o' the w :H'r. !'ithe wnl I I" us a "-1\1.] The bc.u's i)es kindled! up ns \ 1011'1111)lp the hill. lie naturally madeas
tlieU. S. Sloop of War .'AL""trruhlcb of that ked first sirni along and then when he he looked at it, and then, tho upturn mud, I much haste as he could, and m n short
arrived last week.L gentleman's friends, in respect and (pot putt cloaot Ii.' wnilketl round cntecorn I he give him the wink' tit keep Mill. !>o I tune Ihfj( CHUM* lo the spring{ nheicsttcul :
regard for bis varied qualifications for public ed like.-likes's ii be was driven for a plain thc're' Ihl')' sol, Mill as starch till the !!t'al. I Indians were nnacndmle'd.Ile'ruSuuidi'h : .
'mrance Rousseau!! Master ComJt life, and hU unexceptionable depoit- ,,loter-so that the bear would not think I nut thinkcn nothing o' them no more nor ( wns J\'IIIO himself at a
Hob Wm.1 tort Ritchie Llcutciidiit." went u a private citizen but we hold that far was ruinen fitter him end he drAgged if they tt us dead, walked right up In'tweeu little distance from the spring and the pine +
Pearson. j
hlm'rti along un his hinds and knew, lov em. 'l'hl'lI slump! went down old whi | tree, expecting: every inoiiii; tonhure the
James II. Wltrd.'c those who havt hitherto opposed Colonel i don mosllj. NV'ell. the bear didn't seem \icy's nlll14 inui the l li hesless, und theCapon fate of his comrudts, whn Henry K. Tbalcher.cc White, and who would gladly do oagainif : 10 mind him none and hegot Up within about run his. j.u-k-knilo! into ihi tenth : ) ili'plHttd. A len iniiilileii\ sonly
Charles; O. Hunter. there tt us the least prospect of SUCCCSM! filly ) unison him arid then lie looked lain '1 ho seal soon pot Ins bitters, und 1 Iniv) lui'cul, \\ !It'llat.. saw u small, k
Henry S. Coulter Surgeon. lute been the sn savage and I.i'l--II.l tc.* did-that time captain cut a big hunk oil the tail cord, imttofliuUuns ascending. the hill, and
Nathaniel Wilson Purser. tpronp&l by lwnniaeiuus, the cij'tin: \ "' 11'1'1.11, and! rvftrd on hisknees alllll'lI'it I It hind blin,, out 1\ llie l tur's : amhrhrm.tlla, l'\c'll arum, Miss M'Ctta
Win. Lambert Actg. Master. und, as vte think unauthorised, ovniduciof und put tip htk. nun abd he was u reach, uiul then lie It-It smart uud 'I.mt'"n. i>ulot>t. lie knew ihim liuth, bating tulle n
Uinjinun: Hunker Act. Materslatc: the other candidates 1t.l1l not, under ail Itlln! tu shoot |lint! just then the bear turned I able, flit he had 1 stores nough, lor u !long 11'M-n! nl )Ir.*. M'Nvil's buu",. ll tiC puity
AltwrtN. Whittur Midshipman.J. circumstances: tiue, that every man is us rllIl'.III,1, snuilitl up the cupin'i-JUKIus \'rlll-I', though the lear couldn't say so 1 hat !liuitllj joiiit-tl lie oiliei Indnms wlitnI !
W. Bcackcl. 'CC tiiio of l.ir, I nuiids: snuiifi up an old much for himself.. Veil, tilt! hvar", b) I I lie 1'I\'iu..luludl). u itution nftiong t lit in, h
free to be c4io, he is
;*'n us to choose.t
Wm. II. Cams. : care
"1'iirk. :Mr. ( 'pms" '- and lit :gun to walk tnt course Mum run uut o' provisions" uud luyli woiil* nnd violent gtstuit, until at r
Hough W. Grant.' not nfut.at, but we hate been tileiiC'tlnHtzUil trds him "'!only I likHe coim ulonijhe had In |put himself onto shoil tdlowmiie ; letiKth' they ti: btU|; in u 'luiiuiis. quarrel| ,
Napoleon Collins. -> -i>(iraljisekcts. m
haniuel C. Barney-Boy-Actg Midn. es. 'ind made the tee 111'11'11111 I : iruckngin tin *"r lip first otittthtd IIIIIIM nut us In tin iiiMM I I,1 Hits I ray, ale of the tliul'H'pureiitl -*, '
Samuel Stanley-Actg. Bosn. I dor him MI that the ender cum tip nnd mar u5 lit1 could !go, und timid It) tits>k tin |' ) in u pnrox)'m of rnpe, slut s
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'fh-amas !IfoberlsnnAet? I'-. Gunner, PROMOTIONS AND AlTOlN'T.vlEMVIN : potty much rotcrl 11111\ otrr, Nell I'aptmV' puttu", heal, I lilt \\ lien lie lot ud Mi-s! ;\1'5 tun m tinbitut.. she iustuiitly s
Hamuel 1'. H.IWIl.II1I1 Sail Maker TIIK NAVY.We .hi're'lhfcuplin'. was all the lime foal ons litti'Uldu'I IIlIrh Ih..I, IIt'l gun Iti Mow 1Il'ill\IId f' I'"I'd. lit'r hair was !IUI," and
Leroy II. Anderson-Captains Clerk. understand that tile following, pro hi knees' wiih lit" gIn pirated, whiten fir I in""tI ) ell. Then he'd rate up amid lour, mid llotMii '1 be MI nit' hid giiihttl| It in
Severn l>. Moulton Pur (Steward notions and appointments were confirmed ho t at merit to come up. old his kill cs' and tr) to pet lunisell clear Now the ice. Hut his Lund\ H Ill.t l his kmlcuiHl leek oil the
The following is un extract of a Letter b>y the Senate on the last night of the session res v\as most might told by means ulJit 1111..11)' he nand tip nod to.ucd-and (pouniled viulpiu mile |h I u nixiii'ti' Its to lilt hlli(' near
from Col. JAMES UADSDEN dated and being all\iuu" to gar our readers water tlial the Ixar lion the<<', us I his. Mi putts und brad' upon the ne- : It' thc' \\h\lil' Clf> tin- hair tht'llII iiigmgIrmn ,
: the earliest information! hasten to lay it was mcttthncn. la"l the bear seemed\ till It) C' Hiul t.) e, (jest as the Vi plain, staid the yiutnul l.e !lowed it hi the Wo ol u 1,.
.11ariml/lo, Jackson Co March 19. befole thrm.-.lr., 4itif.. 'Aron.PatMui10Nd. tll make up his mind\ to see how the cap- he C' peitedthIre-) rintkul, 11I1\11.I11111:111.1! join g ttdinor who Mit'd tic I\r him watch
:My dear Sir-It was my intention to ; taut vou'd: l'I..It1I1II1"t> In1 left oir,wulkuii mind split richt through betwiru'lhe l u.g time pcriitioii 1 bmmtatsl l t a a in tic. mr,
have; left homo in time to have visited Wai Matttrt Cumii'timlaut to be Capi !lIllIRIIII started ntfotui smart' und swift und the cui'lm, uud (ttu re they wmutw i u and urn tee! 1\ jell ft' uti.gr: t')>"lIi1ll1.n.
ton uud Washington counties, and to hate I rot, right: tonaidit the old man moth Ins ilillercnlpurcs I)' it P- llie cuplum and \\ hen this. W.III dour. tI lit! ""iifl ('C','mi ;
extended my v isil to Pensacol, The ins i F. \ Parker, K.: !11 C. Mi Call, Daniel! : noiith tt mile dpi n rouren and his tail Mick I'('.11"I 'I 1 lie tud niiiii sand ho rraly fell IIItll the 'tort lint l Hiri-udy: teen alninud,
dispo' utiou of my family, however, detain [ Turner, David Conner. 'ii out nil the tune putty sharp. I should/ ry "l purlen comp.iii) und wlitn I the 1'1'111 the Indians hurried uwvy m iji.ukly ijHiKMble r
ed me ut Wa'lcii8until! : tho last week ; and Ltviittinunt.1 la be Mt'rutt d I, I lu> cut oil alioni, I io ".('\lr,1 11m-er's cr.ri n'p| mint
as I have to bo in the Cast, early next: '"\ardi on bun and 11.1'1flC' let him hate its i pound 0' seal und thutktnl il to lit' ; I on the rued to I ort Anne taking wuim thou
month, I will bo compelled to leave this in Thomas Crabb, Edwuid H. flihbitt, i =-lie mined ri !'ir.it the heal hy, pail+ of hi- hut eiilit U Qusr it w ti ut enouph lot : Mrs. M' I'IIIIIJlI NUllllwl t)11I1I1I1..h..
a few days:!! "on my return. I perceive that I James Armstrong Joseph Sin ot.J'aa.ed.lV.lshipmrnfube heart but the l 1"'lIr dm: 'ctl at the tlu,h aiu or else! on account n' hit fuelm\ bud ut 'I he liottus of the cluin wrie kind byit
you have: not announced the names: of the Litntiti' I eared up uud the 1',111rnt: into his tau cuptinV gorn, tht l>enit nouln't touch it ti> pail IhlltI ('III in pursuit and wets
t'alldillle4 for Congress ; and if it does not autn. hind! Ices jilt by the |tnt one into rich cut it, nnd he laid it down, and grow lid : ('I"m'.IIII'II" ile rlter. 'Ihey heed bun
con 11 ict with the neutral political.characterof Arthur Sinclair, Edwin W. Moore, Robert I and broke the tltigh U>(ies smack ail, .II niid inoniitd timer it quite ]>itiful. Nell, Kitipped cf their clothing and time Unly c>f
your piper: may I request that you will It. Hitthcock! C. H. A. II. Kenned)'. hot he went right down aft, on the ite, oil I they went one one way, mind totter' : MISH .M'Criu wn ntiunucd in nine places,
give notice of my being: before the people Thomis: W. Ilrcnt, (!eo. M. Dache, II/ru.: hump on his lihul tUarltrs| with luitlitiManden 'noihir way, both fet-l'p pretty bad, I expert. other by, u wiping knife fir u tt umhawk.
i am induced to make this request of you, 1' Doughty, Joseph Lanman, John W. but his fore legs acid his head nip After a while the eiiptnln got smart I A 1IlC''sl'nlc wus dcspatthttl to < oueyIhcnlliiciing
us I Iceland that Koine have industri- Cox, John 1\ Micthell.APPOINTMENTS.) : n grow Ira at the capiin. "ht'lIlhc oK! aud cold, nnd fell miylilV/ lot suing, und lie, \ ihtrlligcrite I lo hat)> ticilur,
only: circulated: the report of the probability : nun sea him down nnd trying to slide u- sail) ht real)' tliotiphi h.'dI vi'u in and who. iirrittdMMin uttert bf my name being withdrawn from Win. Torris McArdlo, of New York long! the ice to pel hi* retcngelikely! Hunk tiled If they had not pick'd him up Ihut uf- uf his sistrt's rinmins 81:d hnd thtm inu -
the canvas My friends have no such intention and Julian Ne'IIItof Ohio, to be Second he to himself thinks lie. I might UK well tcrnoon. 'ntd mi the a apt side>f the rltrr shunt
and thrrefore I conceive' that I one Lieutenants of :Marines. pet up nod go and cut that err creter' >\ ho nit-"kctl him Vp Vu re .'' thief nullsLi-ltiw the fort the body of
it to them to counteract a report!! of t'ic' existent The following appointments w 're confirmed throat Ni lie took out II knife und 11t'1I'' V bur n codfish craft oh o' :New fount!. In'iitfi.nut Van \ \hl"l was buried at the
'e of which I had no knowledge until about a week Miiee.Robert .- C'd it. Hut when he started to get up lit land, I eAj cct. 'I hey didn't know whutltimulct NUIIIC tune nnd I the', male .pt>l.
my arrival here. Wootlwortti, Wm. W. Vulk, D.i- nund to liiit e\FMoiii-hnii that In wn (I' huuwhenthe) first 1 'I c him. slinpriii IU.tury has jrcscncd( no facts by which i
We hate a word of comment upon so llarlan( and Victor L. (Imlull to be Assistant fritz fist: to tht, iel!. Don't laugh ; it's 11 un his hat for '('III. Hut t hey' got out' we cwt lt '11" day ascertain, the reason
much of tho foregoing as relates to tin Surgeons in the Navy. fact, ; there IIII't no cl.I\IIt. The w al"r you their: finals, and took :3 Mi'.all.uvcl!! and u nli)' Miss 1'l.tl should iimam BB she
The numerous friends of Dr. John S. see, bad< tt'itral position which is supposed to be WILY will La highly gratified to hear that thilo. whilst tar was, whiten. for the Uu expcclm it ass the icfl sur(>tiil or on old SinImd, 1.t'1 it .ldtd of h"r'tn.-
occupied by the Gazette: he has been reinstated in the Navy by the and it's wonderful t-uld in them 'lloIUIIIC! us ma iemitaid. 'lhcyweuldutbehietc! it was licr by the proplc nt the fort
Wnen Col.! Gadsden, Col.! Xuttall, and President with the unanimous. concurrenceof i was tilt) 1'1\ and you II freeze 10 a ininit i IIyou a man, until he told'tin mill shout It, nnil leliiushowtttr, andwhthteemiug ttutb,
I.1jory'uu at the time became the Senate.C'orreapurideueeof. Joni keep nioteii about iwwititlyhucjptin -<" then they! didn't hardly hehcti il imthi, shut ihiot. .gh sense 1If-dum\ ecnlmlnlfa.tiln"ht'
came can: *
he strained first oi>" leg, mad} un.IIII1 cut him "'It.<' time see and tvk hnd; prtmiiM-d \ .
didatcs, we warned them that whatever the Mobile Mercantile thcnthe other but he rlu1dt't'1II0\8 ',.11I him \lllIlilrd tinir \ iu.el, mid ml/led! lis Lly b)' biHiidtic to remain In this pll1
assurances some of them might June 10 the .1.r/rrrfiAf'r. none,-Tiiev wu both Gus t.t&> iota the legs,: with lieo' vitrolp .liut ll vtos ;1 lung: clnllllh!II| |"/ioach ff the Pnti.h heal
contrary, Col. White would be again! in the NEW ORLEANS, March 21, 1833. !ice, about on inch und a half drep from limo before they COII.P'IO.' "ouJt nrri'id her MI 'Ofportunity to join
N held. What tho latter 1 o'clock P. :M. knee to top tight us a Jersey e) trr irrv- "Did n't bey'hurt him badly in cutting! ; nij.niiy ttth, firr .n <.tcs* aid
agency gentlemanmny Dear Sir ; The ship Ttmotcoii has just never on o mud Hat at Ion ntcr. Ho he him out, \'f lIutfl" li it'ml. It il Mtid tint ul I.f'lll'1 m '\tho' '
: hive had in producing the impressionthat arrived from Liverpool| bringing dates to 'aid down hill gun amid looked at tho beau. No, sir, 1 biilictr not m no tad\ MS awns IndiaiiNci'iniiig lo the 10/ were if '
he would not be a candidate for re 10th 'cbrlluy.-'fhpre are no papers and doubled up his fi..ls. ('"me on you might ii pose ; for )'t,u nt he'd lien stuck' islet frnjliieiifdiiud | ted to 'f'r'Ip g'a'
electionc hate 110 satisfactory means of from heel tint the Captiin informs me that bloody varmint,' says the old nkan us the in MI long, that the circulation on hlsbloorlhand tan, an the Indians inuuenciiii of 4 .
the resolution had been receivedin )binder kind o' rutted! the 1 ice that wasilyhtnext ot them f.tld '
It is asserted "Clay leer IIwall"ll1.lalollg on his fend, ; hl..II'"II( ; air up a Itlc
knowing. by Maj. Wyatt
Franco, and it confidently bt-hetcd omen at him lie kept retting weaker t to !him and whin they U-gun lo ant. iltltirg iL was to U 'cr>r and denied by CoL White, that snit' assurance they would produce the passage of the indemnity Iho', and comcii slower undhlottcr all theme it ('ratk'd oil putty Mitail' at:u enh\ und! 'Irurs were! calmed and the Idler was ,.d.
were git en. Be this as it may; bill! by the Chambers. so that at Inst he had gut( ho vicar that he ('onieitut whole, like "Uf" bile.leggl It was frll Jnncn end QontAhird b requestthat .
however, Col.! Wt' a" we )had anticipated, He.also informs me the Cotton marketwas time eaptineoulJjestgive: him a dig in the \\ hat became. of Use lnr/ tht.J wjv'd' put thctPMltcft l.ndcr !the!
very firm that prices' hud risen a trifle oe by rortclien forrard putty smart and] Cun'i Miy as to Unit, what l-ccnnip ui e ll,v llurf f Itiall it ntu ihrm t
on finding, upon l-is return from Europe, and the salesof week preccedmgtcry: large. rllr tht captain sec thaI the beast ttus fruz him.-. -.tle went off lu Ha .omew hcrr*, 1ealect. I for the (purpose, "ld would guard
how things: were situated in Florida: again fast! too, nor he i'ltllldu'tt! a step fur-, | I'd like to know! myself, how them in safety ht Jirituh ramp VnlOrlunately [I
became candidate, under circumstances tVom the .tmrirtlnlf01ll"y Mucettinf.Fim her fmirrardtur wa) *. 'I lien the captiniir the torment got along- right/ well, for il two wperstft, psrtteNaIudiwa.'or' I Ia
\\hirh left no reasonable! doubt.ofbissuc- : ISLAND-ANA. t cut 1& lau 'hclI sad tli.. ? FROM A IVCEK AT TIIC FIRM down tu his tlrghsaud: roaie.l. Ihe hear half 0' the, seal, aaybaw-r" -'1'hut'a oiherliftd I untied In ibis cnterptlse i ,
(-e..". Wo use nt disguise about the mat (SLA WS." fircmtHtto be most onmlghty mud! at the old all) t>o> ,. ,hew mull) '. a"I'p1" I combining# wit'"an attack of 'lt'picket'
ter. We are opposed to Col. White, and 'bat nn infernal !" growled Dan- tin's fun und sri f up such a greet If'nlUlt guard. h | I.. that .hoult }I
would not hesitate to do all that might be tel. tt hat should come to rasa but the ice MUitDKIt OF MIHS M'CKF.A. tmtcknown thillart( of the ,
done with fairness and temperance, to impress 'liars> mj' iIouM I" sugeontcd: the wmolent rim..ks und breaks all nronud the capljn Froth"'l'be Life and Treason of BenedictArnold. or Lr would have' f"rl }Ihn dangt itIhrrxtciicd. ,
the Gazette with Peter 1'rob.isco with all tho hash J sad! the hear down to the w ater's edge and ." M lien thl prixo .,,1' t, '
the readers of
our mnity of a man who knows tile nltuntiori time nh.djuetthen a shifien, end rumen BYJAKKUHPAItKH.: liauds the two chiefs quarrelled 'buIt t
own views of his'claima! upon their suffrage at the same ,time shaking his head and mitt" hare away they floated on a cake ol' I The murder of Jane M't:ren lias been a mode (lfdh.l!illllle .", t t
*, if we could be persuaded that any possible pilling his tumor.( : ice tltllJut Un by MX oftto sea, without the theme wluih rloqucnro and scnmbility: receive lo (lie Indian rule fa
advantage could grow out of it to : Ha I ha hit Ha J 1 ha !I" rorred all darned a Lixcrui t>r the quart o' liquor, to liato alike coiitiibulcd dignify aridwbicn ohcttlingdlsptitre in &It caw; cf e, '" p,
: the rest of the; boys together. taud! 'cm on a cruise There they eon has kindled muny a tire'lUIt the i-motionn ono of them In a w lid ft passion h killed {rl '
counterbalance the evil stirring up the '' Is he done ?" asked! Rayon TWk. he, brar.Biid the captain jt'st< .o near that( of a rni'Oiisitr s> mpathy. dvncral (imitate', ; the victim 'Udl.t'rf' the malp. Npr' Ux\ sit
elements of party strife, and exciting (the How manv ohnrkswasiherecried a hen they both reich" forrod, they could description his letter to Duritoyur1. uliliouali the 1.lt .. llurt' (t tb"In' .
angry: passions of the friends of the differ-i long John puttmi.'in his unusual lingual jest kbout-touch IIOM-S and mother one notable : more ornate than forcible, awl aboinnliiig aclnuulbattbernvagt'f'Utd .lot K t p
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out candidates. In other. words, iCe I ar. to move any part on him only txctju &.. more in bad mute than nlmplicity I of the nature of his! niiwion.rninfoimrd i
TInt story puts me In mind,".said y VusKatnor ((' hi otiper pattandurrpewa.', or phlhus' was suited to Ihe feeling of I lit I as lo the anflhf of him rm
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could be induced believe that there
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was '' a'xx't what Pie heird tell fin I jlly: jolly! f that was rasher a eriticalptedieamnt moment, and produced! a lively Iniprmlgn pluj ir for obUinin the person ot lime lay,
the remotest chance of electing the can iuate i- ':lUnie/er Smith' at the irate tie went down Venus," crie l Ned, buttons every part of America and the glowinilanguaKc tit notcuniprihefidiiigit, be regarded h.
of our choice. But while things remain 10 tho north pole on a wa'eu: voyage." I ng:hi* coat":" should hate thought that : of Hurke in one of his colt-bralci' ] ;is\limelight tit a pruonrr and supposed .
as they ate,'a e cannot think of inking New look nntforascreamer"laughed' the captain's nose, and care, and hands, fi>teihcn in the UritUli Pnrliunieni. iiimdethe lit 1'1' wtiiild i1 ucecptablo ln'pb,.
We out Kaynor llnck, refillini! bl-j pipe. Wild hate been frozen too. story of June M'Creu familiar to the I !. were the feelinfs' t
r any part in the contest. have said thatwe Stand: : by, Mr. Cypress to let the sheet 'That's qune naylr'l to "PJAOMI, air, but 1 L'uropeun" world. of Ile ."sloUloH'r. ,waiting with joyful
are opposed to Cot While, and yet so go." you #'e (the bear kept hem warm in the upper 1 This > ouuz lady was the duiighfrr a inticipa'lon the arrival of his intended
far us prudence and forecast and good feeling c. Is there any thing uncommon about& I parts by bean tut cloait to bun, and ('Iel'll"eltho died in New Jersey In'fore bride, "ht'f HIM appalling proof of death
among the friends: of that gentleman that 1 vain, V'lIu.1" I .reuihcn hard and hot, on the old man he ICevolutiou. U i'onlacI tether a death was presented him. The innocent 'bad
.. OIl 'Onlllln 1 well, expect it's putty heactcihe growled at him. Tbeiupo-: : she sought home in the house of bet bro- suffered: by time han Cruelty and rio
cen entitle them to success, u is right smart and oncommoii for a man, to go to tar bears is wonderful! hardy antotalo, aud Ur a respectable gentleman residing on knee, which uncon cku.ly aroic4. it
thai. they should succeed in electing hinC< ; sea' with a benr-all atone un a bare rake ties a monstrous deal o' heat inl > ,'ecu, by the western; bank of Hudson's river, about ids pi'wt fondly cherished hopes were a
Among those opposed to him there has fice. Captain Smith's woman used tosay'she means of then hero ....le0 stand sects eold : four tidies\ below Fort I-Jdward. here she blasted and a .iing was planted to hit'a
been great want..lurinoiiy. Of his party cnuldn'tbear to think on"&." climates, i expect And so the captain : formed an Intimacy with a young nmn" soul which lime and ru ttluhlt.. could
us the u hole of that Venus," said I knowedthis, alllt whenever heft.lt chillr, naomed David Jones to how it was understood never 111. spirit was 1.lhc'd.
tr.dktf'
lie i I. the uekuowtedgwi: chief ; while the Ned t -** that is, If it I is true. Mine WM-the he jest tuk l labs ramrod, and stuned up the she was en guft-dlo 110 I tntrrxd.U and bU lie lived butt few
party opposed to hum bu no head, or fatter whole of although Peter bas his old rascal, and made him roar and aqueal, I. ben the war broke out Jove took the years, prey to his ud tttolttoJ'aad
it has a hundred heads. His riands'uurcu louhts.." and then the hot breath would come pourn side of the royalists, went to Canada, reTivtd sunk into the ',r. unde ti \ tf '
to the contest of one man white his ups 411 canH tell it as "'ell.. Zoph can, but nut alt over the captain: ; and luwetbe a coiamlmMori w an captain orleuteoant his {urief.
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I"e no 'jectioos: to tell it my waj, no bow. air quite moderate and i pleasant"w among ,tho provincial in Bur. 1 he remembrance of this melancholy ,y
Dcuts are divided in feeling, and jealousof here goes-that's great brandy, Mr. go on, Ve tt.. Take another .c;ovne's army. table itill cbrriklinl with a lively
oneanother, they cast their votes against' Cy rest' born nest n Fort reward was situated on the ea.trin th, by who dwell near .yanV
him, with more regard to the put, than to I '('here was a rurin'lOun.! .) of same "-U'etL! JhetQ} an't much more en',. 0/T martin of lIudtIC n'. river, within a few of its princIpal inridenlsTlie inhabitants lv
the > twit contest ling to take" running. they went It* see, and"' ouietiiufj the wind yards of the water and surrounded ty a (f the v Hisjf of fort Irlwtmrd: have lately
y ; :) *. Well they was down into II a(Tin's Day druY 'em natbe, and then agaiu It slrur'eta tUinnf considerable extent, which. was rersovedthe remain* of bliss )1'Ora from
If this, was tho Case when their was but or some other o' them cold Norwrgcn seethe, but they wcift souiKe utosUyi j ando ckarwtuf: wood a>d cultivated. On theread heir oUcure reding place deposited,
candidate how much more will the evil the North here the fn' about lending tu the. north and the fool then, In the
one hays at w rain ezes as r it went on, until they wets "'1'' near public ,J jmprlal ground.
be felt when there are three. At thejast it comet down and stands up in the air, three wwks. 'N.J..t lau, one .11f'r t>Oo." of the bill about OM third gf a mile! from ceremony ws. olfnvaafi4iDprf! i r.'hA
election the'strongest man in Florida 'On winter morneos,.like great" -mountains Out, Venus, stop: tell us, in same ,hefort ,tooda bone occupied by Mr.. procession (C young men and maiden
o Ice.-ill in streaks. *'M\ ell the schooner of wonder, how did the captain contrive to il'N'til, a widow lady and an arquamlartct, ulV>w..| the relic, and wept In silence
opposed to Co|. White, was run against aslayen .t anchori; and alUihtr hand. support lift all thu time ?" of Mis rCrta with w horn she was clay when tb earth ". elated over them* _.
him, and was defeated. How then is it "as out into the small boats, Oaken for H Why, air, to be ''sure il asp a herd l ogasa ,t. to, at the time the American thus exhibiting anhonoratle proof tf urn.
to be expected that when'.fhe opposition ales-all except the canting w ho said he kind life to support, but a hardy toaa-wiU army wasln Beijliborhood The aide Mbillty a"respect for '"f dad. T. : ,
divided a'u't very well, that day Wtll. be was get.o..ed to almoet."- aeftlsehlllwaacoreredwith a gtowU of little Hill( out it clear ",.te ,
totes are to be among three, anyone alien up and down, on deck, sraokrn Xcv not what did he eat tt w hat did he bushes ; and on I.. top, a quarter of a mil martha brow of JU the vroeraJe -
of them can aucccced ? It may be an- and thmken, 1 expect, mostly, when all I'feed OH f"Ohioutl'd 4 frooi it* bouoo stood! a Urge pine, tee > pine ji J yet standing halts ancient ma-
tvcrcd that many who would vote for Col- of a sudden be reckoned he pee one olhem"bifl like to've skinned lint near the root of which gunbed put a per.naisl July brokeu al the top and alters of its
White as against one of the idldates white bears_polar ttais, you fre.-''''hJ11, I've hcerd different aceounu sprlpc t>f w atrr. A guard of one hun branches by tha wind* and starais .f half
my now-big as thunder-wJ h long Urth. ,I a. to that-t'ncle Ot* Verity told dred men had been &kit at the tvrt spa! a a fbt revered a. marking the.
w ill ote against hiui in favour of some faorite lie reckoned: tie lee one bD'UlICIe1p D along : me Jit reckoned the captain cut off the picket under. lira fnant Van Vechteu was and Innocence w" aariflcrd -
,' among the trio; That stew may do on a great cake o* ice that lay on the! t>t.,'. paws, when he U/ stretched out ,. "stationed the woods! on a bill little ,be. 10 Uia "trugUal death .Jamr
ft is probable; but{ not enough to Amount )oetrrgrd.ide of the bay .p agia Ibe bank.I I sleep, erne day, with bait jackkuifc. and and lilt pine tft"f' y MfreaI -

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i NOTICE Edward Parker had a violent cold, and Tn Co\\ee.tor'i5n\e, I:+

Mansion Uous% it turned to rheumatism, and as he thought For Territorial and 'County Ta ,t"I .
PKXSACOLA GAZETTE.MAHC11 And Ptniucola Stage Vj/tct, ) persons concerned are desired to dated take with the great pain that hewas In/that be I On Saturday the 4th day of April MX,

I -M, 1835. Mills Establishment is now that by Deed of Transfer could not live for want of air and he was between the hour 10, and 12, o'clock At
L tion to accommodate :20, 1834, all my debts and de- dvised to take Dr. Bateman's Drops and I'M. I shall offer for sale in front to the

The (2A2CTTG, will be issued every Sat reably as heretofore. The 1St due by note, or by book account, got; such ease by them, that he never found 1 court House in the city of Pensacola, the

t urday Etcuing, at i$3 50 per annum, in advance for travellers from Mobile to I'eoli otherwise, and whither payable to A. the like in his life'! In any thing he ever took following property, or eo much thereof a*
j i>4 payable at the end of six monthv astward I.i now kept at this :\ Jackson and Co. to Jackson and before an4 I live in Kont street, South- will pay to the Territory of Florida and

tJr fs payable! nt the expiration{ of the year, accommodations will be as ., or to the subscriber individually, walk. county of Escambia, for taxes due thereon,
at the option of the subscriber. comfort of Travelers may ( been transferred to Animas Stone. Edward Parker. July 21, '1750. to the 3let day of December 1,34In..

AOVERTIDCVICXTS invrted at the rate of J. W. L those indebted to me will therefore uf- John Williams of Guilford, in Hurry, up less the taxes are paid to the subscriber, before -

"one dollar for every fourteen lines (or less,) Dlakely Jany. & 18J5. 44. the said date make payment to the said was about nine months afflicted with the the day of Bale, together w ith all costs

i for,the first, and /fifty\ cents for every conJinuoua Tux C \\ee.lor'l or to his agents lawfully authorized. gout rheumatism, to that degree, that he and charges.
ALDEN A. M. JACKSON.
subsequent iusertiga. was not able to move hand or foot ; he hav- Jihn: Brntnanam.,
_' __ For Territorial and County 7 20. 1834Dlilrici lug been to three hospitals, and finding little Arpans No. :lB. 31. 38.: 4'. 48. t5. f6. 74

aw1JDUClcS12j\1EN' :St. ON !Saturday the let day of of J Vest Florida, or no relief thereby was persuaded (b} 75. 'it}. (;6. C.7. C8. 1-2 do. No. 23. 1.2 doNo.
between the hours 10, and friend of his to Dr. Daleman's Drops, ,
AT PENSACOLA.'At a ) try 73. on the suburb of the city of 1'cn-a
1 shall oflcr for Bale, in front to COfRT: which he did and by the'blessing of God,
Rtmana
Eagle Tavern.: 2GVA 1834. cola also lots No. 210. :228 tm M.
the house, in the City of Pensacola, Chambers, August at this time is free from pain, and says he lot No. 12 on Tarragona Street 1-2 of let,

p THE Subscriber of this Iistabhshment having ptirvhWd, has ()peed ill" property the( century, or so of much Florida, Knight vs.complainant, fin Chance- ould not be without a bottle of Drops byhim No "O. on Govt. bt. 1-2 of lot No. :25. un

It for the accommodation of'Tra pay heirs of Antonio I on any account. Florida blauoa street 1-4 of lot No. 6. tin
Jpsc
again of JJscumbia:: for taxes due Mlf ry John William July 21 1750.
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amount of taxes due:-$2 25
exertion will J church street,
defendant's.
vellers aud Hoarders. Every deceased
the 31st. day December 1834& ; whom it concern
be made general satisfaction, and to the satisfaction of the' This is to certify, may C'aJ fllelita (JrflC;net.
to give 'axes arc paid to the subscriber appearing that sometime since 1 Thomas Smith, was
w the moderate.; This Establishment L Court the defendant's in the a- ; Ior lot 74. on Intenda. street amount
hat
charge day of aale, together with all ( afflicted with such ff bad cough, that I be-
opens on the Bay, ands; one of the harges. anmpd case do not rcaide in Florida for about five weeks I could never lie of taxes, due, (121.4.
t rleasautest<< in the southern country. HENRY BASS. in the Island of Cuba, On motion ol ieve, hour's F. T. COMMYNS.tax .
I down in my bed, or an sleepIn collector Escambia ',
D. A. NOKTHK01' Solicitor, it is. ordered county
ACRES of 3d rate complainant's being
17-45-tf. 1280 be made in the a night without disturbed by the Peiuacola Dec. blst..1834-44: .-13t.
Jan. newspaper
f ated East of Perdido publication bottle dr two
'I sold cough, but by taking a
miles from the of Pensacola at Peosacola, once a month fur the
city 01 Dr. Bateman's Drops, as prescribed, the
r NOT1CK
Sierra's land and of six months, that unless the de-
by Lugenio left me the first night I tookit
Is Hereby given, that four weeks after on the Last, aud Vest by vacant '. within six mouths answer the cough and entirely I slept sound for five or six Ifii
: this date l will to the honorable "' Dill, the same will be taken very
apply on the south by the said Bay of hours and when awaked 1 found myself
,
of the Court of Eseambia confesso and the matters thereof de- ,
Judge County mount of Taxes, $>2 40. ,
free from
in stoppage
k t County, for an order to sell s<> much of the accordingly. (Test) a sw eat perfectly any New-
JUAN DOMINGUES. sbc.ore,,and now I am, as well as ever
BALTZELL Clerk.
real estute of Marianna Uonifay deceased, GEORGE F. ,
1 OQfk ACRES: of 3d. rate 25 at Whitechapel, London, from yoursT. jiifhcd himself in this City end will allied
2'Jth 1834.
1 a between! two to Coach making puiming' Inn mji.g &c. mall
( said estate.MARGARITA DE' LA RUA tv Inch first point marked A to u [ AY be had, at the PEN AlOLA: William Mallet, of the same parish, was lU branches. He Mill shortly hate for,

with two crosses, is distant 3 I 1 DRUG STORE, Palaiox Street, for a long time afflicted with the .Rheuma-) sale a hacUome travelling waggon wnh
: EJ'r.
Jan.21,11315-41i-4t.
from the city of Pensacola, Hatem an's genuine Pectoral Drops. tism, and having had the advice of t vera woden springs of a new ttnstrution. lie

I ,. LaIlrciice.dillaudon, \ THIS suit)bus been sides by vacant Land. Amount instances might be gnen: ol able physicians, could get no ease, till Iwas wishes to hire or purthnce a good lilark-
vs. ( instituted. in the Su- 2 40. happy coats and power, of which not persuaded to try Dr. Dateman's drops, smith. Ho will also taJ.e an uppiamite too

I John Ollio Exr. of J. / perior Court, Es- JAYME FONTENAL. In a hundred can miss of an immediate and found more benefit in one bottleor two the business of cal flage making &c. provided

Chabcaud, ducrascd.J cambl): County, by ACRES of 3d Land incases'" of Ague, levers, }Fluxes than ever I had done before, and am now he can get one ul good; character.ilis } .-
i. attachment. The defendant Is required to 640, ,the west side of the Coughs, Colds, Rheumatism, as well as ever I was in my life. shop is near the residence of Mr. J. It.

I \ appear and plead at the November Term, dian pass,:which empties into Stone, Cholic, (.ora\ ,&c. otc. William Mallets Auguts 14, 1749. 11. Sniiih..
" I 1834. xar und a 3-4 miles N. N. W ( )' PilK-The unparullellfd success John Thomas, of Y ork, having been afflicted PETER IIAl\1 ERG.

J i 1,: '..... DESJ. D. WRIGHT* Put of Pensacola, bounded on the has attended the use of these Pills, above these seven years with the Pensacola Feby. 7 1635.: -48.-3t.f .
; !r: OcL ..l821.j 3Q land surveyed for J'rancisco the period that they' have now been be- rheumatism, in that degree that he lost these
; S. W. and S. E. by vacants the puolic, i is the surest piedge that of his limbs, and b iiig persuaded by a HAMDERS' LDlNblRGH JOURJ .
,j ; ALL persons", are cautioncxl against tra- mount of Taxes, &1 20. possibly Le gi\1:11: ol their lughl valua particular friend to take some of Dr. Date \ NALj.by' William Chambers: Au-
I, for a note drawn fli favor of properties. As a Meaecmt tar general lI1an'al'ectorall>ropJl, and after taking two hor of "TVietooAotoot< : ''Jamc Armstrong and Co. for two hundred LORENZO YNAC10 uon, m purifying the DiooJ, and bottles, he had the use of his limbs as well Robert Chanbersauthurof"Lifeuua Au-
t I, Dollars, as I hare an offset against 920 ACRES of 3d rate a healthy action through the en- ever. rtnliiretof the Chevalier ChurUs &titujt,"
3 miles N. .:. of
i said note. range ot the System, the i'roprietor Thompson's Lee's Genuine((Windham) ': Tiuaitiontoj Edinburgh," 1'ictuie ofbioUatid '
I' i,I' THOS. J. 8NOWDEN. ensacola fronting to the bay It at In all .
1 successlul corn} ctition. is Bilious Tills or family medecine- 4-c;
i Y. -Feb.-13th--1835.---:493t.-- side'ransisco, bounded Touard on the and north the tujest, c/uajjem and ucildtst'as cases of obstructions they act as a mild and On Saturday, Nov mler 8, the subseriher -

**. NOT1CE.- Land Amount of Taxes,west ftl us most rjfectuui: << in the world. In a- speedy purge! and will be found very convenient commented the i uLlication tJJ '' ti:AM-
littje of the Stomach or bow for families as they DLltb' EblNDlltl.il JOURNAL.' '1 hil9
rx weeks from date I will apply to the JAMES 1. GOREE.No. complaint physic may
S lion. the Judge of the County Court 10 53 feet Church or of the head, &c. one, tvto or three safely be given to children and will speedily work visa tin:nit need by tie Wtk&rs.Chambeis .
"i of Washington County for Letters of'Administration on No. :2 Pills taken on retiring at night, relieve them from obstructions in the in itbiUiry, 1632: md in a
mount of Taxes.: !$00 (W) 3-4.
on the estate of JONATHAN I U. R. PIKRCE. e sound steep and restoie the healthy firtlt passages! w hick are generally the cause comparatively sl.oittiu.e oLta.mda circulation
J BUNKER: deceased. ol the body These Pills have been of disturbed sleep with pains und a feverish txititiirg 60,000 tipit 'J lit
No. 2(1( 1 lot the
STEPHEN J. ROCHE. 00. on Bay. cmmcnily useful in the following, a- habit ; seamen and tJa\rlcl'l! will find Jouinal contains, toiiHfUitlnli ihi

Feb. 7, 1831.ISGt.bU'l"rIIERN: Tuxes $00 other Complium, vu. Quinsy, them deserving a place in theie stores a> greatest HI. pUity (It sty IE', and tJ.e III n.tt
YELLOW DANIEL STONE.No. :; Headache, Luigli: CataJiIi, t o- they may be taken without any ttt/er;>/io"< purity ofciuol', a large variety of pieces
I 1'INE'-! 081 lot wn Cuna Street Cholera, bilious Cone, l ravel, 1'iles, to business, or danger of taking cold.- tin each miiibvr, oil ca.'culaUii eiiliei io t i&.

1 I t LUMBER. iitendcnlia Street. Amount Consumption, lIe various claw T'lifl inestmable virtues of these pills, arc are the ii.ul.ttt, or tomipicvc the 1 tan

t i WOO. of Fevers, Fever and Ague, Scroluia well known througlioi t the United 'J hi re are frequently cur tali ed w ithin the
I i PROPO.SXLS will IKJ received until the MERCED VIDAL.No. philill, Palpitation ol the chart, Klitu- States and the West-Indies, to need anv limits 01 one paper, u summary of general

I i for the supply at fort 134. 70 feet on etc. &.c, Numbers have aireauy parti description of them in an adver- <>i particular ,talwy, l.istorical or moral >
, Adams, Newport Harbor, R. I. of the fol. Amount of Taxes .00 11 1-". til1ed to their m the there is fann-.iy
i I t $ astonishing powcis i. emcnt ; suffice it to say no tale, H tit>cnliui ol attire lojular' or'
lowingSOLJTIIERN YEL'LOW ESTATE: OF of Disease, and new evidences are I medicine now extant .that is found so ancientcuete.ny with its ongin, u Licgraphical -
,,1 PINE LUM- Four apens on the Suburb \\ arifeing. '11I4Clse of a single un \'erllallyl8ed ; and unparallellcd demand notice ot time tmiiitni. nun, u. ir-

,\ 1st, of sawed. HER.Vlt. limbr.I city of Pcusocoia amount of( ii.IT'f; Package w Itt Inmost cafes convince for them from,all quarters. ; and, the letcstiiig exlrutt: licm an inteilituu im< !-
3.4 of their Kaea' curative properties. influx of orders continually increasing, be ler, lusts tin emigration or lcm.i.g tour:
'32 pieces-each{Inches. 31 feet long by 12 Inches F. T. \ a fair trial ol !hem, m uccoiuance speak their) intrinsic above all othrs. nunts, a popular uttointot unit u.ioittil

I by Vi Tnx collector for Eocainbiu the directions eccumpuuywg Cacti Practitioners of Physic, Sea ( apuins 'I experience, udibtoveiy, an imtiujon, or
r L 4.1 pieces, each' 20 feet long by 12 inches Pensacola Jany. 15th 1633- is the only recommendation they and Overseers Plantations, are fully inthe aii iiLpioumcni m at is. u tUttiij.lu u loll
12 inches. I
by
I I' use of them, and from impartial expe- ancient city, or acne other LGUII ol ai.lHjU-;
: i"2doeatll\\'cdjoIOt; NOTIA'E. lJalema,,', Vroiit.-ll.e following di- ience for a number of years, well know ty, imeiebliiig ai.uuottt, thitwd oltnuuons -
,f' ,);6I'piet'el4-cI\'h 31 feet long, by 12 in- will best illustrate the iiivuluable& how to appreciate their intrinsic virtues. I and iii.tititijs, points in t.aluiat'his..
then 0 inches.
by es of this excellent specific.-iou I'tgeluole Tooth 1JOlldt.-Original and : tory, nine attount tm dun citj.itnuHabiianis -
M iei es-each 23 feet long.by 12 InChes desired to observe, that il.fhe Diopv concentrated compound chlorine &
by 0 hes.ine to be held at the City of} genuine bathers, c. witheLiot} vtm-
r nor vomit, but are the 0111} ''ooth wash. II1llcic\! each ether
321 5rst Monday April next, I purge dice 1.g ui.d 1,0 juit
: 21
pitl'e.-e feet long by 12 In. that make Ube ol to present and ,the teeth
: t phrs by 6 inches for the settlement of my judges For changing whitening I being either vapiu or uselers.'fheediwtathcmatluro .
WJ 18 1-2 feet 12 Executrix of JOHN DE LA ; they we\ given with great Kucvfbs.ni [reserving the gums and purifying the II aOllg<< le nilutiriguifcbt.il
t I inches piece.-each tI I hlcbt'f."I"- long by ed, and move to he finally d fluxes spitting ot blood, consumptions, breath. in the world ol Junta, tid,
f t by \ MARGARITA DE small measles, colas, coughs The beauty of the Teeth and gums is one besides their personal exerUr.s, they the
f' Ill each 12
feet the
12 inches
i long
pieoet by -
[ by H inches Oct. 10, 1834. 31-6m pains", in limbs or joints ; they put of the most superior presents inch nature ample occupation to other) btu ul 1(1i1ltl11I,
I I the most VIolent fever it taken m Uuie, has bestowed upon man, whose duty is DO tj.at this .ublicuticn doe not- ctmc It-
3d of : inches thick and
12 inches
planks
c ,: r, wide. Veusttco\a thug give present ease m the rut Wing tor now to take cure and preserve this precious fOI'e the world tm a collection> 01 aitititu

}ti i : -1', 15,000( superficial feet, or 43,000 feet rilHR DRUG and : of the Gout, the same in .all kind of donation, which can only be effected byleaning compiled extracted! hem other piinitd

; ,- snch measure. J booty fitted up In the ; they cure the rlicumatiMii, am. and purifying them as necessity'requires matter but contains, mainly, origiiial{; orn-
is more w'ouderiul. in all sorts ol and we ought not to neglect cles itb'own\
Earls plank being 3014'tteet' opposite the Public Square, ; colunins. its chtraeu-
!' I ,half the numhcr of planks being 20 long-or feet, &, timer may be found a general they give ease in few minutes alter his (operation, since good and well pre tic merits may be shortly bummed up aslulIo
they ease after-pains, prevent bur I't'ned'recth and Gums belong to the great .
; \\
s.The
of DRUGS MEDICINES
41 half, 1): 1.2 feet long ] -or half 18 1-2 ,
feet, & half 12 feet longj-or half 16 1-l and DIE STUFFS. :: cure the rickets in children, ai.d cst human perfections: ; we are often even matter is extremely vnied-it is altogether -
onderlul in the stone and *el in the enabled the of cleaning
art
feet, & half, 14 feet long. gra to produce by devoted to subjects uecin, cr rationally ;
ti 4th.of flowing planks, 1 l-inches, thick, TONIC HITTERS, with Dr. >s, bladder and uterus, bringing a and prrgerving that beauty which nature entertaining, to the world ut large;
and 6 inches wide. 00,000 feet inches, ie's COMPOUND MIXTURE slime, gravel, and sometimes .h.ol1C11 may have refused or neglected. By the :-it is clothed with simplicity,yet petspicuity -
II measure.. oathsome plague the Fever a great bigness, and arc the very Lei ISP of this wash the teeth may be thoroughly of JUJlgllage-its morals are sound, &,

+ t In equal, or assorted lengths, not lest I I warranted to effect a euro or the for-all stoppages or pains in the rlcanred, the tartar and other impurities religion pure, and it comes: within Uc
shortness of breath, atraitl.t toll (11 removed twin them and with the ut-
t .than 18 feet.Every urnrd. The Establishment Is way means of the most humble class 011 t a,
,, piece of the above lumber must be a skilful Apothecary, and we breast, and rekindle Uie most natural hut most safety be substituted for any Dent '1 hill work will be publi bed ner}" Saturday -
-4 "of Ihebekt quality. ato strength and duII remitted attention to business, diseased bodies by wluth uicinslhey: nfice,' Powder..,-or Pastes. Many disease commencing with the 2d volume cl
'f ""* rabihty|-of full dimensions and vercetly'ne hate of public patronage. the languishing to perfect heath : to which the Gums are liable may be sublucd the oninalorJ.; .. Each No. w ill contain
; 8 those in ingenuous", gentlemen and by the application of this W ash, and eight
JOHN pages royal
v; (from se cs, and A. quarto on good paper,
II from knots that are loose decayed 29. Nov that embrace' all opportunities to give, the natural bright and flesh red colour 01 and new type.'reimsblb0.

-j *, ,vl more than 3-4 of an inch in,diameter., No 01 their just praise 'llieir manner: 01 the Gums can always be entertained if this per annum in advance or

piece will be received that contains NOTICK. b by moderate sweat and urine. 1V hle well and regularly made use of.- three cents per No. on delivery, and Iii
knots many dose U ten drops to a child of a:year The breath being offensive from taking monthly parts, containing four
t although they maybe small and persons indebted to I tambcu
t ound.fith ALL .', are requested to and a spoonful fur a grow person, li Medicines, Tabacco or from other cireum- neatly stitched in a printed cover, 12 cents.Communications .
quarter of a pint of hot Back or ale, as hot stances, may always be It"eetcued and im- I
-: of CLEAR flooring planks, 1 M ment on or before the first day ered tl\08' paid) to te addressed
bed be
it be drank to cot this Wash.
can ,
;
i: loch go proud by to
thick and 6 inches 'Idebes' ]
f.t qua next, to KELLY, I'a.q.ho
f t It warm, and : ( to sleep, This Tooth-Wash docs neE contain any R. J. RICHAUDS 45Ane sUrtt
zed to receive the AU ,
)
same. repeated
13OX() feet inches measure. above will the same be but two or three Acid or other Ingredients which might be I New York.
I counts not paid as
aDd I dovbt not but you'll find so its chemical composition being
1 In equal or assorted lengths, not less than he hands of an attoruey for I injurious j Any person obtaining Eve subscribers:
18 feet., ection. benefit but you'll be encouraged of the most harmless nature. I and paying in advance, will be entitled to a
on udreadilv! with persons of Worm Tea-The beneficial effects tha
agree sixth '
The delivery to commence early in the AnTE AS copy
best:.-n* ; vii. That this medicine have frequently resulted from the use of *
t Summer and be completed by the lit o f of A. A. M. Agents wanted to obtain subscribers to ,
fie 1835. Jan. 24.-40-td. [ God's blesbingl is capacitated to an- his tea prove itji very safe and efficacious the above,work. Apply at 45 Ann strictfrom
payment will be made if required on & all UKWB n1at in curing the diseases remedy in destroying worms. It maybe U to 11. A- W. .
r ( each cargo duly inspected and receiveti. NOTICE. Dieqitooed. Note, it is a ch)mical given; advantageously to children in a pOOl

t a All communications touching this sub URSUENT to an order of extracted from the quintessence state of health, though not particularly troubled TO SoorntnH l\b.C'UNTL-

! -ill p(, addressed to the !'hubagribefr Judge of the coupty Co ,, Mineral and Vegetables, and is some with worms & BUYD,157 Pearl street, New
je of', /Ui.: Q. 'roTtEN, Lt. Col. County, will be sold at public under preparation before fit for use Pearl J>'iird r-for cleansing! the skin YORK, are now receivingavery extensive

t' F *"" Eng'rs. Brevet CoL Saturday the fourth day of no person ever jet afflicted with the and softening the complection, for that unequal assortment of British, Irish, Scotch, (-'er-

/t:" Fort Adama, Newport Harbor, R.I.Feb. front of the door of the Court violent cough or cold, took his medi and flurried appearance: which arises man and American I>yy GOODS, t-uua-
1 2, 1835. aid County at 12 o'clock M. but hath been cured by taking one bot- from over heating, agitation nervousness, ble for the Spring trade, which they offer
--' title and Interest of Marianna only. or flushes ; this cqs jfctic; u the most plea- on the most reasonable terms among"huh
{ U'fl( ceased in and to the following I, Sarah Alder of Oxford hating fore *ftfti smftibmediate of correctives. It tranquilizes -

4A.: Y Virtim of a Jt, fa. to me directed so much thereof as may be ( lime been truul4eAwjiba ik4& RHtfr the countenance by so harmonizing areClothes,' cassimers testings, Batui.r'paddings : ,
q from the Clerk of the Superior Court the debts of the estate of the gue/-ctrud! get no relief for my die with the natural character of the skin as almost Irish linens, ,.bettil',,,, damask
of Jackson County, District of Went Florida, to wit three fourths of lot lij | had mad trial of Dr. Vale to identify itself with it In cases diapers, ,white and col'd linon drills. a !'(\r'tedeol'd
t I shall expose PublIc Sale for Cash to tier of Alcanes & lutendcn'Ua '. Pectoral Drop to which I was nd of roughness of the surface arising from grvss cloth,lineu pantaloon fluff,

: .the hill-st bidder heCvreth Court House half of lot number 288 on by t nf r neighbour whose husband, slight latent indentation it operates like a cambric,'jackouet, book and mull muslin
door in Mariannfn. the fiwt Saturday I in One half of!Lot number Ids on I extra super and common light and dark

March next all ifee right' title claim and I ip- street, and Lots numbers 252 spreading.gver'the prints, ginghams, fancy mui>liu s cambricand
r\ detest of Nathan \\ iIlhamJOon" to following Itaylen street In the city of many furniture dimfties, fuiniture M:1t:
described Negro Slaves Viz. Arthur Stephen MARGARITA. DE Lly C u4 of my fever and ague. Wit- ful and transparent of expression.Vater (assorted,) col'd, embossed and watend

j Ned, Silvia Hannah Caty, Jenny .yband. Sarah Alder. JiOQ'ridn" a\er. Ore moreens, Urussehk Ingrain. Vt'lIfllnil
j ,- Nanny Herbert Violet Edmund George, Pensacola Feby. 28, 1835. Mrs. bUixabcth James, of St. John'V"appln and other carpetmis, plain and fig'd twr
Old Rose, Roeeann And Child, Eve, An- wu grievously afflicted with th e te \ ,' and Doue baize, coiloa and woolen table cover'Maraatlesquilts

nnra Jinn Itchy, Young llsnnah and two, n. ak of Florida, ) TIUS- 91y In her joints and limbs V tha Distilled tlose >\ ater lie and counterpane, tiowu
; r Children, Lovey; Job, Lousa| *nd Young: \ vs. i commenced c ul4 not ml no where, till she trite; bleach d Russia kneeling, t-rt,,uillosnaburgs .
tJ 'ROlle, Levied on as the Property Nathan I Samuel Fry. ) attachment, Huttinm" Drops and in one: hour at u\ne Court ideates 'RoBe brow n and' bleach'a
'Uurlaps, ,
Williamson 81 Ufy said JL fa. in fa, to the next terra of the ( she b ad taken Iheni, she was free fro sheeting'and shirting bed ticks, the(L ,
your, of William T. Kilbee. Ecambia Cputtfy. The an | one bottle cured lierj she is a:. SOtt1t &e. & .. plaid and stripes cotton, pantaloon tit:(,*

The said Negro. Slaves..,are now in m y other persons Interested are as r ,er, andsaysifanywillgive the m '' JSaE. 'E J NI1S silk and cotton umbrellas, negro rlctncx) ,
I pos+wwion. pear and plead to the \' '. i trouble shell. ready to testify tb e DTBns LJII.u Lowell MUll &c-.
jAME8 W. EXUM Marikal. BENJ. P. WRIGHT AtORTGAG5'dIV'U : cotton, bilk and cotton
I attended 8'Jan.
Of BALD P. 8. All order -
January 10th J iI s.--.ct.. No.27 l habethJav"' to "....'JII\ ,"!'u'I ..r 6 .. .,. ,. a.4 .- -te punctually

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