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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: June 6, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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LAWS (OF FLORIDA. I IBY I Mid: rail road over rivers ordinarily naviI parcel or parcels tract or tract of land, for ded, that nothing in this art contained, lerwl. established roads or blab,a)'.., suit
[ Aurnonmr] I ICHAP. I gable for boats drawing two feet water upwards -, the purpose! of curing to the said company shall be so construed as to prevent the proprietors able and proper-fixtures (or the peeasge of 1'
,they shall erect bridges of such form iic! payment of their several and respcctne or claimants of Und pledged to seccure w scons and other earrings: shall tees*
I 827f No. iv.] An Act ti> inrorpo- and elevation as in no case to 0t'slrlll.Ihe ,cuVrriptionn. And the snid company tho payment of subscriptions from Ulliyhrd hind kepi in repair by the said corporation
rate the Union Rail Road Company, in free passage of boats or \c. the Territory of Florida. rate'ed in the isni 1I13ti4l1l' thereof and the meat of *t >('k. such eoineyance of land ; other security, satisfactory theconi- tract of land, private or individual proper;
, Sec 1. De it enacted by the Governor company shall be bound to pay: to the at two third* of the valurt Af rtd upon between pan, and obtaining" froumaid rompnny a ty at lilt limrof the location of said road,
mid Legislative Council of the Territory of ; proprietors of all lands, property and' usa the pirlies, or no agrtemrnt Wing idt'HKe! and discharge of the land pletlged, Miitl corporttirn rliall provide and maintain
; Florida, That a company 'be. and the same tcrials so taken or acquired: as aforesaid!, made to Mserrtaiurd by approver, '(lie from the lien hereby cremcxl.8cc. \. at keel 1 onesct of fixture for \l2l.nlland s
y is hereby incorporated by the name and I I and appropriated to the conduction and of w horn shall: be appointed by the proprietor II. He it further enacted, That subscription other carringr( for crossing aid road
style of the Union Rail Road Company in repairof said rail road or the"'work!. or of the land, the other by the! corporation to the stork of said company tohe \\herctcr nrvesnary.her. : .
the Territory of Florid" and that \\jlliamU. I building connected therewith, unless the 1 I and if appraisers:! dungree in npmioti. secured by plcdpt of land, nhall bv re-! 1U. Belt further enacted That any r
Nutall and Johnathan Robinson, and I same be given or granted gratuitously, or h .- ,11 u'mipir+, lo I he ,'br.'n by Michappraisers. rfltedin pnleieiuv to, end before' other person or persons w Uo shall willlul ly, or
all person who shall become subscribersand I upon terns ninttmlly agreed upon, nil adequate I I And the Dirvclor i f\f lAllld ron\- subscriptions l'ro\iJid. that the mount. maliciously injure, destroy, or Impair the
stockholders in said company, their 1 iiidttinniileatioi lo ire l determined' in. I |paint .hill: have |power, lit th.. time ntre- rfmbscriplioiu toO to Ir >(cc\utd; to Ic, : road or roads of the Mid corporation oran mi
successors and assigns' are hereby constituted : the folio" 1I1.tll: llIIlI'r, tbiit in to say : It r 'i\'l I III Mih-MTipti, and befoieagreementnp + {mid, shall not ricvrd the um of fist< hundred y part thereof or any other property
a body politic and corporate, and by he Iht> duty of;he judnc of the county I IIIhlll I(I 'r |''iHiM-iiiiiii may be bbs 1, to rehire thouoaud dollars, unless a ronofiit to whauoetrr to.the raid corporation Irlon it
,. their name aforesaid, they and their successors or supcriorcoststwnhims hose juiUdirtion I "uI"* ui'tioiiH, ronsidifrti .. h+rl.ilnnt, orO''n'ly 1 admit and receive u prentrr mm or propor ping, or in fillY "IIIe appertaining, such.
and assigns shall l be known in law the said \land: properly| or m'iterialsnay I Ii liiproportioned- the" probaMciieof lion IKKfn by a majority of the totes of I ewers or pmon' his or their alders! and
and have power to sue and be sued, plea lie, upon application made by the a iid company ,'" the land, ntfcred an security, to etoeklmuldirs nlx-ttor, shall tie vulgecl to l Uuiinwcnt for,
and be pleaded defend and be defended with satisfactory proof th II notice corre 1 "lId" Ilh such |>tobaMrt mine; und Hoc, 1:4.: lie It furtherrnacted, Tliotllir und !arM to l'e guilty of a mwdrnieancrj
1 in all courts of Law and equity; and by las beau served upon the proprietor or for g.rod and sufficient cause, may reject Bnj expeneeofrxeeuuug and ret ceding dads\ and incontirtion' therrof, ...IIalLe\ punched h
1, their name aforesaid shall be capable of proprietors, or clainiant.s. or published! in lI"dll.alld. mortgage, and conveyancesof land hI this I by fine, not exceeding e-llt11), or im- in
purchasing of otherwise taking, receiving, three of the most public places in the county -, Sec. H. He it further enacted, That nny ald company, amid nlsuthe espioseufnp- iiriroiiinrnt, not exceeding cue) ,) rag or
possessing and holding, selling, transferring where thu claim In preferred, at lead I lint' nil siilwnlicrii." icing ciii/cns or it praising and valuing ...hlland, us will loll Loth, at time tli tf"Ilon of the jury lifcro
: and conveying real and personal property twenty days before said application, to'' itautx of the 1'rrritnryof Florida, thiii nnli..1 mill any rxptiiMii attending the side: Ili0ii-ol. win-in the trial) i III had, and bull! moreover
or estate, so far as the name may be grant the! writ of ad quod dammiin; directed or a-Kigns trine oIUTS. or claimant of any and any other expenses whiUeter mtrii- 1 le liable to n rh II action for damsg! a ; and
necessary for executing the legitimate to the sheriff, marshal or other proper officer l or 'lute. \paicrl i.r (inrt-elK., tract or tracts ding! or grow ing out of limit cstailtshuu'nt bUY and nil such ofTrndrrs shall alMi lie liable -
jects of said, incorporation ; of granting, requiting him to summon mite. this' l I''t land''I, hild orci-'fui'd. underorb) tirtiieof of IIIh' in luildcoinpmiy, and tie conicj- to (punislinents and penalties inflicted m
giving' and receiving; mortgages of and for interested frcdioldtrii of the urinate or any ;iniit or eul'nn mjo 1 'ur land in ,ilii) mines of said land, shall be bomr and pau| by law for the. like injury committed
the same; borrowing money; of contrac- ; county, of lawful ago, lo meet upon a day 'Territory, made \by Spain or her lawful miihoriiic I by the part( } gixinu such security.See. on private '. ,..recovered propert -
ting for, acquiring and using engines, horses fixed by Ihe said writ, and value the said! *, pi ior lo tho twenty fourth day ofJniuiary. !. 13. licit further cnuctrd. Thai& the+ ; and nil time by or under
cars, wagons, vehicles and vessels, properly or water privilege* under cntli, IIIbe one Ihi'tisund eight h\lndrtdlllld: said company shall hate und rujoy the. n,- this art shall t belong to the Territory..
Cur the transportation of persons goods, administered by the officer summoning; rl:;htoeii and ii"l l.nally decided, Y bell,er I elusive riijht: and I rit kge transporting or Six ltl> D" It finthcr enacted), That the
wares, merchandise: ,' produce, and all articles Ih m. The said freeholders shall Sleet accordingly Ihct'tillluuljfrllllt cr concewion or oilier tilo conveying j rrsoii.* gesods i \ produce, II lilt crincrrusnnd laikinr and things whatsoever ; of engaging appraise) and laltieihr properly slimier \, hirh the ow tier or claimant lc, nil I other articlis timateter, upon the raid hall N nmimpcd by thirteen Director,
and employing engineers, artificers and laborers so taken as aforesaid, together with the rites iiislt'sleordaimit' was absolute and rail rood, in its own ichiclci, or may license \\hoiihalllieilcrlcdby! the stockholders
; officer., agent and servants and dalUa sustained bv the owner or owners. uiiroirlitiotnl or made under condition ; stranger to tin rUII't'I.Ut'lI, to ni I a* from among lh ir own number, immediately
servants as the said company may deemneceasary The appraisers shall make!. their repoit in w het her the cUim or claims bv now ,pending carrier on their own account, or open\ the after the sum of two hundred thousand
: or useful ; and generally of entering writing to the. officer Miinmnning them, : in i-o'iit or not ; nether the claimant: said road lo ihe public upon Midi tit its and tJ"IIIIrllllh81ha"f'\ been tibrrihrd. ; that an
into and executing, and by law enforcing and the same: shall! be filed by him in the 1.11' or bus> not f.lill-d or omitted duly lo pre under such rrrfriction us they may think election\ in like manner arid for the same
the pcrfoi mance of any and all office: of the clerk 'oC stud court within live xciit the claim or claim for cousiurrnuon:I titer<'rlo impme' and may con*tact In de. purport shall. lo holdeji Hnnually tberraltrron i
contracts deemed by said company to be days: after it may be rrrei\ed. mid within to tiny! tribunal for that purpose, organised goods, wares, inert handiMand pi o- the firm Mondny in January ID rachsnd t
necessary and proper to the full executionand thirty days thereafter, ;ihe said! corporation I ty law ; 1111have: \ he right grit liege and 'duce, lrans|>ortetl on their road, ut tiny every year.- Thai immediately after any
enjoyment ot the objects of their Iud hall pay the amount thereby awarded, lo option.on Ltl'inl'rll'n{ notice, at the time port or place beyond cither c.tmniiy, niui Nueh elect ion, the Director shull proceedto
I i.icorpjratiJ! 'I'II4'Y shell lime and enjoy the proper pt'rlollnulh'lri'rd to receive it. olMib-oTihi'ig.. of their intention! to avail hall have "pt wer to nmurc+ the .unU against elect n I'li-nldcnt from tl.eir own heady
perpetual succession, and may have and or to the aid sheriff, marshal or other proper I he IP..irlve thereof, to pledge, mortpapr, I marlnet fire, or other risk!. for such; that spray day notice of the time and plnroofhoMms
ue a common seal, and alter, break and oDicer, with few ami cost ; and iip.m ir renew the same fit pleasure They hull f tilureso todti, it stall! he the dnt\' of the tine ".\illol or lots, pBrI'cor\ parcels, timt 1 lions regulation, and rcntrirtion, o& tin order of tilt heard of Directorfor the
hose power to ordain and execute, all I said court to issue execution for the full amount nr lr.u-tof land; for the purposeof securing viiid c'olll(1allY ana)' neo fit establish( : and lime iK-ing, in two newspaper, published\
such by-laws, rules and regulations, not against the said corporation. Eitherparty : to the said company the payment of they shall I have+ the right to charge: lor tin in ihc Territory of tlorida ; that in all e-
at variance with the laws of tho Territory I fehall be (entitled to the right ofupi>cal their: federal fCNpccthesumicriptioiisto : tran.srortation of paoycncer: *, goodii, w arc" ltctionsofnamid cr.rnpuny, a majority of
sir of the United States u may be' deemedby from the said award a* in other case ; and the "lIpill 1 '"'urk thereof. And each J Ifnd1.lU mrrciiairJi- i-rmlui-r! the rate lUlU stilts shall constitute a choice ; that the
said l ojrporutiou necessary or expedient on time flash decision of the question whether I'P rrcci\ed by the said company nt a Mims allow ed to the Fill,I a, AIIIIalllaand tourdof Direrlors, for the time l hang until i
for their government, and the !Same lo alter by the appraisers or the court, and the rate, rxrcvding: one dollar and IWI'nt)'- lkogia Rail Road ( sin-puuy, by iht-irart hold their oilier until their successors
and amend. I payment of ihe money awared or decreed five etuis the acre, inilcos the company a- of iiuorporatioBt passelF'cbnwsyII,18.15 teappoinlrdi! tl.ntlf, fnirn any cause no
, Sec. 2. He It further enacted That tbe the said corporation shall lie seized of the tirre to receive it al. a higher rate. And in npptou'd! February II). IW5 ; und whrn election tr.all take place as herein prowldtdIbe
mill cnmpanyshall: have and enjoy, the prix I lind involved in said award in fee simple] order lo render the said land certain' and the toll\ upon) said rood shall\ have paid the said company abut not, (.u that arount,
fore cr. rivai'ablo m-curiiy to the said it Htorkhohlrr the tile amount of coat, together be deemed. be dtMolved ; that the boardof 1
:. ledge, right: onl power to nurtey, locate, company .
establish and"construct a roil road from a, St'c.t. He it further enictrd.\ That tie rhnil' be lawful: for the "crlli<nt thereof: with all UIi\UIt.: ., tau) company Directors snail have power to nil any
c ay point on tho rivers or buys of Ockloik- capital stock of aid comnany rtnll! t<<> one and K bTu'.l! tx: the duty of the Ufo tier Or claimant hall thin pay two per cerium on all profits vacancy that amy occur in their body be
" orCh wktuwh million of dollars, divided info sissies ol r.f the land to apply by petition to the over ten percrntnin per annum into tie wet n the period of election that the boardof
nee, Apalachicola to
, the City of Tallahaawe or from tcr.UH inter- 'one'! hundred dollars each lint if the rail jii'liiR'! (.f the superior ,'ourot &!,ie district 1'rel1)lury of this Territory. Director hnll be rrqulrrd, atid it thai
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any
ndiate point or place, between the aid way hereby Authorised on the inim Hem wl'ne the- land H situnted, or, In the case I S<-c, I '. Ho it further enacted, That the be required, audit shall be their duty, to I
rail road tothe northern boundary of Florida and branches, together exceed eijily" miles. ofa< lann with no ij.'nated: or ascertained said company shall hate n lists on goods, ; iimke a full report of the affairs n/ the company
the capital stork : at the di,cr( ti >n, of !location to infrrhandiM produce 1 IxiKKntie at the annual meeting of Director. 1
and to intersect, or unite with the Tallahassee ; may, < > place surrey or any judgeof ware, / /: ,
rail road, i if completed, upon such and in the m.in.ier prpcriln-d by the said iheMiperior court of the Territory of and+ other freight, for lrwij q p rtation frrlyht. whenever, In their opinion, the Interest. of
term and under such regulations as thesaid company. boim-rev-M fiftpenihon" dilllars l- .'"d.l,, : Dud It shall\ be the duty of the storage and toll ; and If not paid, the said the roinpnny require its: that VVro. U. Nut-
" company may be able to contract for; orupon for each: and every adJiUonal mile located judge, upon receiving MitiwfacUiry proof of cumpanyshallhateth right didctainand mil, \\ m. \\ ihioii, Willis Alston, Samuel
!' failure to secure this,) privilege: over and above eighty: mile (irtviallycompleted. the conveyance of'nuiil claim to said company after giving' twenty day'II' notice in a new *- II. Duval, Tho1 Drown,Frederick Towle,
I t terms acceptahle; the said shall Thit subscriptions suid cap (o ronnider lie said (':lIiI)1111.1 if pupcr l published in the Territory, to fell\ the TurUitl If, Helton, Wm M. Gibson, John ,ell
. have to crow the said TallahasseeJ ital stock shall l etc payable in such placer or deemwl'ust and equitable to confirm the name, or *o much thereof n* will satisfy! Gamble, Abram Bellamy. John I'arkhill,
power
Tail road and the said shall place*, and under the limitation, restric title in the rlain>anu ; and such confirnia- the amount due, with reasonable cost endexpenses Sv. Hrenton Hogg, and 15 m.. L llnkla
: ; company especially
have to form a junction with lions, and exemption, hereinafter provided r oiiKlmll{ loe final and coouhiKite, and operate at public auction. If, from the ohnll t e the first Dirrcterof said company
power at such time the said release of nil cluim the United of the lithe be al.d tit Id their offices until arm election ihallr
o the rail road, if completed,upon luCIa terms ( as company or its u by uuiurc case, exits arising
( an 1 under such terms and under such its hoard of Director shall order! wi-l deter M'.-tt,"* tlierHo+ : I'rovidcd, that no tract of from such\ sales, o\cr and abets time I niiiount held by the stockholder t that Inimediulrly -
e the said be able regulations ( mine. That each' share hall entitle the land elauntrdand ronrnnicd -aforcsHid, due ns ufoiffaid, such rxcrt* hall after the passage of this act the t card y
d c to contract as for; or upon company failure may to secure holder thereof to one \ute, cither in person nh ill exceed five mites! square. And where be puid to the {person or |I''f..oll" ciitithd lo of Director, herein named, shall mot and'
choone al'relld'nt
this the or by proxy. the location is not drnffiiated In or by the riTi rte it. \Niieiialicnou 'good, water, from their own tody, cf
privilege terms excepfable.
said shall upon have t J crotC' \.fII Sec. 5, He it further enacted. That a*i I aid claim HO t,1fttirm''I1 l as! aforcnaid, and in merchandise, pri>dic-: or other thing, ma) whom the prem-nre of seven ball be ntce*. y ynary
company power to constitute a choice but five/of tb.IHrtf'.nra .
sad Tallahassee rail road and the said WTOII ns it maybe practicable after pa04t1- i any and ever) CJfoC here a., claim ro pre. gltcnorKrunti-d; uidcuntpanyetshs-r t }
i-I shall especially have to age QC this act, the Dircc'ors of"Id, company ] fl'rtl'd for contittcrolioii and ronfiriiifdI H"* aforesaid, or for money. by them advanced may afterward form a quorum rJ
,3 company power for the of business.Hec.
form a junction with the rail road If completed or nny-lwo or more of them, shall I j shall\ conflict with any other claim or claims or )loaned, it shall hate a preference transaction .
d U
De
:n, further enacted; That
of the Florida Peninsula and Jack cause book lobe o no.1'Q; the'! city ofTnlInhas. i thi owner may and it hull he law fill for to any oilier lien, 1IIlf'11f the. corporation no
of the board
of director be
U sonnlleflail !ee for the purpose of'ievc;t ing tull I I lseripiions the I'renident! of said company to locate the had notice of its eiiMrnce. oner kb.ll valid
d Road: Company, atsucbplacee st the will tft iuttruclKin
areil of j
a majority
ns may be found ,most convenient, mid in to the capital stock there 11"-:y'jam j quantity inland Upon any other pub- Sec. 15. He it furilper's-mmsmrted"fltat the of the stockholders aid the 'owner
or I
the event of the rail road of that company kept open for the space of lIi ixly dais II".f i fiic land by the It"lrallillea and divinioiis, etuckof said coatpany.hall Iraniferra-- owner of one thousand stare of Aid slockmay 1
being said Unton then to bf closed. And if the whole amount I,ut'rtVrhftiiRe: of loration shall .lempl bleand assignable, under suds rule and
completed as aforesaid.the at time '
, Rail Road Company' shall\ have power of naid capital viockhc not then subscribed! I I such rl.uthtany' land the location of regulations may be established l>y ....Idcoml.ttnYI notice, thereof any In two, on giving sixty pttliirhrd duya\ i p
newspapers
: to enter into any contract w iih the raid may cause raid book to tx reopened or which may lie .a.thngwI, from the lien who shall bane to ubM-ribrr in the Territory of Florida, t.n. .toer.al bj
Florida Peninsula! and Jacksonville Rail other books for the same purpose, to be I I hereby created In Vo.-"f( .a.d company 5J their ccriificatt of utot-k. No tianrfcrof meeting of time *iockholder to decide. upon -
e
4 Road Company, whether the end and object opened) at the nine or at any other.f1\t'6- J Provided the fyitgresi of thf,wiled !Statesnpprote :: stock ball be connidtn-d a* binding upon any question iavohlng the rights or I -
.il thereof be, to combine their several interests or place, in the Territory of 1'I..ri and sanction: title. art the company Iroiiiliti, lioweur, lust any intrrc.i* of uid company : and fbo tock- 't
s in one common property or to secure elsewhere in the United State, *l their discretion 'I See. 9. De it further cnai-ti-d Ti at where promun made in writing lo liun..frl holders, *o convened may, .if they think
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to the car and innchirw of each, the and l closed at llu-ir pleatture. I a pledge! inorlgaif andconvemi Ire tu Ihe stock missy be fuminuiily tnloirrd by the fit, diet a new board of Director,or Older i
reciprocal right of passage oven the road of tree fit De it further enacted, That incase miul. fonipnny, of imam-1, to secure he 111I)'. judge exrrrining chancery )jiui the other ; and to unite any and every kind of luin-p.'iymcnt of say subscription I lent of nub.4Ciil'ti to the na capital the dill rirt here jLe.promi&l" nde-or the whole of said dock be represented at '
II of arrangement designed to promote their of took, nr of the drat Invtalmrnt. at the clock, IIhllll! barr heels made, to he sells- to be performed, upon application by the said convention. And if. new board ol
1- respective interests or the' public utility lime 'Inil't'dor within twenty day thereafter fiction of (lift hoard of Diicrtorsnulvenbers the mi id Kndee or purchaser, and shall be rccoRnl- 1)Ir cto'lll clecifd a* aforesaid, they ahall
e. And the aid Union Rail Ittad Company the hoard of Directors of aid! company -j to wc>ue tbr |>uj nieiitSubscriptionx. >{w hose sad by said i compmiy and a I'IflmillNJr failing lake Die place of and nupt rcede those In
''Y shall have power to construct such branches shall luve; power lo declae such such pledge, uiotlronveyaurc 'ge, and to make ltun ier of stock, pursuant to offirr, any thing In this act to the contrary ,
:''Y of their said road it!* they may deem' stock forfeited to the use ..fthe company; has. [seems made, shale T>e ex- his promise, ball be liable to the party aggrieved notwithstanding. That all contract, la L{
e necessary and to cOlllllru'tand use one or I and in cae of non-payment of a second or !emptcd: from (>uyniiil on uccoui of Ih..ir.ulllK"flPtiollJf for damage behalf of said corporation, and all polkle
t' more track, or track, or sets of rails. any Mubiiequfiit instalment, so to apply and also from any irftiture Mre. 16. Dill further cuacled,.That the bonds, or note ibalt be signed by the Pre-
Sec. 3Bo further enacted-That for ny amount previously received. to & of stuck, for Ihe term of four year from thetime stock of said eurpurstkm shall be neemra ideal of aid company ana countersigned j' .'
the purpose of conttructlnj the mid railroad to the delinquent subscriber or : a-j of commencing this said rail wad. and I J personal property, and khall not be subject by the Krcrcury ef the board. ,
cd the said Union Rail Road Compiay or to allow them to retain, at their full shall, lie allowed l the reasonable vme mce lo safe or M-uure by shrine of an at- -Bee, 21. D* ft further1 enacted. That the
of may enter upon take posswrtonof, level, mount, the number of shares f-orrmpon-I *..ary for preparing and cumpltxrif, turnfonveyance tacb mentor other proce* lining from a aid 'compnny shall commence the said rail
at graduate and appropriate to their own ue. ding to the amount, paid, and to deClare any thing in Ibis aci l" the I euuriof common law said or shall any of the road within two, and complete the lame .1
cof any land or water which may be necessary : farfeltel, to.th use of the company contrary notwithftandiug.JS cars or vehicle of corporation be subject within five year from the time when the
ct fur the construction, use and permanent: the residue of stock unpaid for Provided 10. Ho it further enacted, That II to such jrrOCCasand in all case where act shall become law, otherwise the corporation .
security of said rail road, to an extent not that the said previous pamentorpayments upon the expiration of four years from the a duly* enjoined by ibis act, the judge In hereby created ball thence/crta
exceeding one hundred feet upon each aideS shall amount to the sum of one lime of commencing-Mid railroad,4ny.ubsrriptions equity the distrirtto or county Where t i cease. Provided I( any two of the navigable I
of the road for the ordinary purpose. thereof hundred dollars, in which case a delinquent or any portion lhtrtf j aoy instalment the performance e of such duly i i. require d, dream herein before mentioned or
; and also the further quantity of land i subscriber shall be allowed to retain Instalments secured, to be paid hall have power to take cognixunce of Ihe referred to, shall wiihin'thal time, be connected .
necessary for depositories and for the erection -plus j ,bar... And any surplus received in by a pledge, mortgage and conveyance t>fUnd case, and compel the |I'emfuemamue- of the by a nil road to be by them constructed
of oi shops, warehouses! wharye*, shed*, pay mentor payments over and above .b.UTein ru du lo eaid romp fly and duly, upou theapplicKlion of Ibr party ag the corporation hereby created
table and other house and strP lures for the amount of one share, or any.nuraI:: I be unpaid, together with 'legal lute ) .t upon grieved anda| toy and every rase where hall remain in full fore and said company .
the business", and trade of said nil road and ,I of shares, end not inounting to another l(,i the amount of ruth instalment, f om time money i* due by said cottpany, upon execution shall be allotted t rronabl time for
generally to carry Into full effect the objects share, shall also, in like manner, he forI lime I it nor have been U-rUied \>J the or a decree in chancery, raid judge uniting other point within th* limit prerrired -
I Irs
.1 of said incorporation: Provided that where 'cited to the ue of the company.: And Ihr.- i board of Directors, to be due and p )'.Ille, hall appoint a perial recrheror rcctiur* i and no charter shall lie grantedby
aaid road may pus through or intersect established I'j said( company shall have power.to di"pnfeji I the ('c'mpa.y..U. have the power, -ind are lo ak, demand end receive the loll, incomes I. the Lriiativa Council conflicting with
towns or village not more thin of, selL transfer, mortgage A hpywbernte: ?II[ I here by autluiriHftluM>ngivinf three ontha or revenuer of auld company, Miflieient or impairing the rights and privilege hereby
: forty feet shall be taken within a mile of for their own benefit the stork *. acquired, I i iHec. notice IH o newspapers pubtinhed I In the u> pay and satisfy the ran*,, or 1 grantrdt'
rl the limit of such town, unless a greater 7 D., it further enacted Tint amy A : Territory of Florida, to Mil the I iM sople may order the raurkhall, or .h ilrf Or- Hre. 23.11.: (U farther enacted. Thai this
extent be granted or given by the inhabitant subscribers, being ritizens or inhahi&antajl{ | *, or public authorities thereof. And of the Territory of Florid, their tfirsor said, at public auction, to. the highs H bid-1 Nee. 17. H. it further enacted, Tbal the court of law and equity, and all or any 1
'c the said company may take and appropriate -!.as igU"S owning any lot or lots, parcel or, I'der, for the list price that can fj obtained lock and property of said corporation, printed eopie thereof published by authority
to the construction of said rail road, ord i parcel, tiactor tracts of land in Mid Ter ,, and if the amount of ales. .kHJlI ri- vial forever be er nipt from taxation, elI shall be received in etldence
any buildings, structures, or work connected -;jritorv, the title to which derived fromI''I teed Ibe sum *uUeribedorthe snots .t due I I titer ty the Legislature of Florida, or any Passed, Feb 13th, 1833. '
therewith,, umber, rock, tone, grav- ,>! the United HtatM, or held Ly virtue I to the company, with interest and .tiiUofsale of lli, counties, town, .., cities throng" Approved ftb, Jib, 1638.C : .
_ i el, earth materials contiguous thereto, or Spanish title confirmed law and finally, Itsi...." company shall Le Ui|nd to which their aid rail road .L.II' a**, or in J
. e necessary to construct and keep the aid derided, shall have the right privilege and: |pay the surplus to the owner of the I land, which it may lie. TL. cnguitcr and workmen *i-. 878. [No in.) An Act to tvfhor& T --1
I rail rood and the buiUiug and structure I optionon giving written'nAilcr to the board and if there be dffirenry, the sows It re- while employed in 1&1. trosinerr of Mid Mary J. Fontaoe ell and net' ssey
;rr r. Itueretyuo appertaining in rtpai ;and may of DirectOR at the time t-f uburriBinfr. ofl4 eeived shall be apjJied fur the benefit f the corporation, vhaliU exempt from iiilitla, ceitaJEieal estsi therein dertTdred:
laUo stop and divert from their natural I lhelr intention td avail tbemclve tbeno .,t'subscriber, in neb and every such r to road' and bury duty flee I. De It enacted by tha Governor .'
t_. channels,up stream of water lo tLevoute to pledge, morlftge and convey It the whom It belongs, la die lOuDer p Died Bee. IB. P. it further enacted, Tint and LetIkUthe Council of the Territory of .
., | f said rail any row; but for the passage of sai4 company any and all such lot or lot, j|I wit in tha sixth section of this acts J rop- wte never said ll road nay truss, orio bride, 71st Mary J. Fontaae, gyardiaa ,



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:>tf Charlotie Fontane, a minor:under Ute M Sir Alcjtaufor Ramsay1 having- taken Bullotim efice from Texas, \te' team that a own pocket money nothing of the vexatio is hereby gives

,J.. ago of.twenty one years be, and she t.i t. by storms strong castle .of Roxburgh,' vevBeUalled Montezuma, purporting command i 0 his purse of to them say give. him in keeping the NOTIC has been corn.
i authorised tad lb the bestowed on him the nfic of sheriff boa Metioan-cruiser, under the that some
thereby fully empowered king from pulling their ears. A circular JL muted a my Custody, a Negro
;grant, bargain, .sell, and convsv, In lee, I of the count/, which was bJlore'en.ged of a Iteui, (the eaptl ibetngsickwhoitap-was big recently boys isMied by the lion. Joseph M.White .by the name of CharlesAliaj)
simple absolute, .I!(, that certain lot 6( by the Knight of Llddesdal As his was pear hvthe same individual who tap- of Florida shows that the sum of i Smart. lie. is about five feet

t ',rol1l1dl, the property of the said Chariot placing, another person in bis room, the lured some two or three years since by the ,hundred thousand, dollar has been high, aaya be is 23 years old, of a red complexion .
in the city of s&. AUlu.tlnlEat! knight of LlddecdJile altogether forgot his U. 8. Sloop of war Grampus, and'tricd asa fifteen
In that Territory within the lut thin visage, long nose, and t has: |IIS
I tt, t '}'Iorlda.ta'wut it known u hospital old friendship} for Ramsey, and resolved to pirate jn ihis upper
the American lea YCllfby
stnsM, Measanai In front. north aud south put him to death. He came suddenly upon caped hanging, seized upon he belongs to Dud.nor Jones of

7 jlwe.ity and pat visas, Spanish measure I him with a strong party of men while scbr, Martha, Deval, muter Galveston hence on and Ou25ih From ;;;;Richmond fflfc.iTHn County says GeoL and that In the year lajj Early he

j ail in depth from east to."(''IM, twentfuyr I hews, ,administering just to
& : reply
yaras, ''which Mid lot \t bounded ,un I Ramsay, having no suspicion 01 injury took possession of the vessel and cargo, National Gazette, The owner Is requested to come '
National forward
'the west the south from the hands of his old comrade, and placed a guard on board. Tan of the passen- Intelligencer -
= Jui and take him
that Chief
byIlOllP\tal.treetbon and sent on and other prints, we state prove property away other
r I 1)1.; lot and da eke : having few men with him, was overpowered board wete taken Into custody alarmingly ill during the wise he will be dealt with according :'
Jo- and, wounded hurried the cruiser, where they were, notwithstanding tire Marshall was to
.north, by a lot owned by the heirs of 1 being was better on Sun law .
their week but that he got
eph Fontano. deceased, away to the lonely castle of the Hermitage every remonstrance on past JOSEPII j'
h Nee. 22 Be it further enacted by the aa '. !, -which stands In the middle of thmorales part;'placed In the bold, under hatchet, & day, and continues better. There would is DO Narwhal.June SIERRA.

thorny aforesaid, That a conveyance made of Liddendale.; .. I'ere: be was' detained until next day.. While they were other American citizen whosetllneas solicitude. Among 6 I835.13.tf.JflarskaFs'&alc.Deputy .

in virtue of this act, and tn' due form ur thrown Into a dungeon (with his horse) thus Jn Custody the Mexican soldiers had excite the same anxious Chief Justice In ,

l t law, by the said Mary J.FonUne! gua r. where he had no other sustenance than I I examined and overhauled every article on those who have visited the Chancellor """ i
the celebrated
f 'di in Aforesaid of the raid Charlotte, 01 some grain which fell down from a granary board the Martha particularly the private his illness was Interview Virtue of tfi.fa. to me directed from
of whose
above and after awhile in that clothing and brought, away from her a Kent of New York, BY
aaid: real estate, shall operate to extinguish J lingering hIs anecdote ifl told I Hon. the Superior Court for the
forever, all the right, title and Interest, dreadful condition, the brave Sir Alexander quantity Bacon and cheese. They' also with Judge Marshall himself, and observing that \\extern District Florida I shall proceed Ito

property and'elatm whatsoever, 'qf her tile Ramoey 4>cU. This was In 1412. Nearly UMk"pome mon of all the piusengers, guns lIe introduced the Chief, Justice's indisposition sell at public Vendue on the 1st day of
said Charlotte} in and to said\ real estate, fourhpndred and fifty years aJJerwards; rifles,' pistols'and dirks found in their trunks he had heard of whether he August next in front of the Crourt House

. and rearm the purchaser thereof and I Ih'u In that 'is'', about forty 'year, ago, a, mason, and on their persons and also the saddles should, added that not the knowing world he was in Pensacola, all the right, title and interest ,
him in next ,
, and and. which belonged to them, as see
bridles
heirs and assigns, a valid mdefeajdblfl digging among the ruins of Hermitage in ibis. The of John Chabraud deceased in, and tithe
title thereto, against her the said ChaJoiia Castle, broke into a dungeon, where lay iheir meaasol travelling the colony to resolved to have that pleasure the Club on ( following tracts of Land or in to much )

,'and her heirs V and every Other pe ;, quantity of chair some human bones, which t er.>were emigrating. Many of the Chancellor where appeared he at Quoit all in thereoCas will satisfy. the above Execution
i I f lnhlt whatsoever, claiming of deriving tl. and a bridle bit, which ,were supposed to' passengers had. their money stolen and Saturday, engaged comparing and costs to wit.

< tie to said real estate, or to any part thereof mark the vault M the place! of Ramsay's much 'at nek private clothing. their preconceptionaofonesoi'clebrawted The one undivided fourth part of two(

by, through;or under her ins said l Cha r. ,death. The bridle bit was given to grand The cargo of the.Martha was. valued at with the reality Concessions of land one of 600 arpens and

lotte. who presented to the gallant earl $50,000 of' 1000 about
papa the other twelve miles froth
that the tory I
Paused, January 15th, 183',' % of Dalbousies: brave soldier, like his- ancestor After the!capture of the Martha, the Mon The Richmond WWI ugg stales Pensarola, laying and being in Escambia
Vera when off the recently published relative to the finding !
17th Sir from whom texuma sailed fur Cruz
1835. Alexasder.Ramsay
Approved, January County on the Tensaw road. Levied
he H, lineally descended" Brazos.(report says, with may be relied one of a diamond of extraordinary value is'a the unit oll.awrenre'lilJaudoll uponat ,

'. From tffe York Mirror. There is another singular story connected she fell in with another schooner loaded hoax. John Ollie Executor of the said,John against Cha.
"' belonging
with the family winch escaped Sir Walter with averyvaluablecergoofgoods, beaud deceased. '
SCOTLAND. and which has never appeared in print sundry merchants of Urazoria, Corawbia On the 2d inst. Alexander Shumway a sailor, ,
JAMES W.
EXUM Marshal.
.Dalhousie Castle the.ad Countess- -, antiquity Lady'Dalhousie is of the ancient family of & : an Fclippe. which she also took native, of MtiMcinurrU, full overboard from the Dy JOSEPH SIERRA D. M

t pf their family., Coulston, onctof the ancestors of which, possession of, landed the passengers, and fureca tleofth. U. S. Ship Vandalia, and notwithstanding June 0th, 1833.13.5t.lI .
Edlnboro has extended U> M St. Leon. Brown of Coulston, married the daughter after -seizing aU their,saddles and bridles,
ard's," and the home of Jeanie Deans i tN jf the famous warlock of Gifford described guns, rifles, pistols and dirks, put a prize all the exertion*which 1II't'remade to. T E subscriber has removed to the

'now the commencement 'ofltui railway It r In Marmion. As they were proceeding to crew t>u board and ordered her to Vera save him, wu drowned. Brick Store adjoining Messrs. Jerri-

I .. How sadly U romance. ridden, over by the the church. the wizard lord stopped the ('ruz.'bawver object there may be in son & Foster, where all orders forClothing
t d ,march of Intellect bridal procession beneath a pear tree and the Mexican government, if they have a MARRIED on the 21st ult. at Baltimore, will be pnnctually'attended to.

: ,With tweaty-fou/ persons and some Clucking one of the pears he rave it to his hand in the affair at all, it demands the by the Rev John Johnes, THRCSTON' M ,D. A. NORTHROP.

j.. climbers behind, I was drawn ten miles I in daughter, telling her that he had no dow- prompt attention of our goverment. TAYLOR of the'U. S. Navy to Miss LociBAM. May 30th, 1835.-12.-3t

the hour by a single horse upon.lheDal ery to give her, but that as long as she daughter 4f Cap& Henry Dashiell. ALL persons indebted to J. A. Hail &. '
': keith rail-rwd,and landed within! a mile o' sept hat gift, good fortune would never THE BORDER QUARRAL.: ..or R. Whitakcr, are requested to'
Dalhousie Castle,, Two" wee callants desert her or her defendants. This was Although the executive of Ohio has been make immediate paymenfto the subscriber

here undertook my portmanteau, and I Itenminutes In In 1270, and the pear is still preserved in obliged to desist, for thtpre ent, from the PORT OF PENSACOLA. who is duly authorized to receive andreciept

,, more I was, at the rustick lodge! esih'erbox. About two centuries.ago. a 'attempt to renew the boundary line between Arrived. for the

in the park, the gate of which swung hospitably maiden lady of the family chose to try her that Suite and Michigan, the quarrel be- Schr. Creole Caro, New Orleans. Cargo same.D.. A. NORTHROP. "

open with the. welcome announcement tooth upon it, and very soon after two, or! tweet the two neighbors is by no means at to H. Michelet, and I Iyer and Le Da May 30th, 1835,-12.-3t. .

that I was expected. An avenue or the best farm of the of the estate! were lost an end. 'The ('olumbu.JomlaloCthe 16th ron. NOTICE.A

near three-quarters of a mile of firs, ce.dll'llaburnums& In some a litigation the only misfcrtune that instant, contains the Proclamation of Gov. Schr. Ozcllo Cotta, Taroplco. Cargo .
t larches, wounthrong hat befallen the inheritanceof Coulston Luc, calling upon the General Assembly to II. Kelly. LL- persons indebted to the estate of

the park to the castle } and dipping over In nix centuries-thanks (perhaps) to the of Ohio to cODvendod" the 8th of June next. Srhr. Andrew Jackson, Landers, New F. WE8SELS deceased are hereby

the edge of a. deep and wild dell, I found Ifarloclepearl I N. P. W. on occasion of great and weighty matters York. Cargo to C. S. Hunt, J. S. LevetL notified to come forward and make pnyncnt :

the venerable. old pile below! roe; its round! claimmz their The Capt. Chase, and U. S. Navy,Yard. and all those having claims againtt

:: 1 towers and battlemented turrets frownin 8, The Castle of Dalhousie upon the I measure is explained to hive reference solely Hchr. Maria, Olmestead, Campechy. Irallast. said e.tate.'are requested: to present their '

t among the trees, and forming with thus river South-Esk is! a strong and large castle, with to the boundary question The 'Objectof > .. accounts, aegally attested for settlemen.

: which swept round Its base, one of the a large wail I of uJure work going round about this extra session, it is stated,,will be to Schr. Betsey, Hathorn. New Orleans. CEO. W. BARK LEV

finest specimens imaginable' of the feudal the same, with a tower upon its corner provide by appropriation! or otherwise, Cargo to C. C.tyaer, Jerrison and Foster Administrator.May .
f I I i picturesque.* The nicely gravelled. terra thereof."-Grote't Antiqitititi. for carrying into execution the law of last W. Goldbury, J. Innerarjty G. W. 30th 183.5.-12.-8t.

ee-.,. as I approached the plate-gless win winter requiring the boundary line to bi Barkley, and to order City axes.

n dowt and rich curtains, dimmlscd somewhat From Philadelphia GO%. marked, as well as for the safety of the Brig Sherer, Wooster, Thomaston. In undersigned is now jcady to re
f 'tf: of the romance;.but I am not free toi THE NON-AHCEKWIOM.: anticipated safely of the inhabitants of the debatable distress having lost her. foretopmast &c. THE the City Taxes imposed' on Real

i r say that the promise they 'lave'or the srensionofMr. Wise yesterday afternoonattracted ground," who have, "with one -aecord," bound to Mobile. estate, Slaves, Horses Carriages &.c. all

3 ,I;I r }uxury within did nototfer' succedaneum to the neighborhood of the Kail- put,tkemfehes under protection of' Obi Sloop. Huntsman, Hernandez, New Or- rer&n* paying the same on or before the
e j I f I win met at the ihresholdby the castle'i Road Depot, an immense concourse of MO- 0, but'u ho., In the language of the Journal cans. Cargo 200 Sacks corn to F. Ortez. first day of May next will be allowed a dis-

J t noble and distioguUhedmostcr, and as the plea The enclosure .:was also well filled boW their liberty and their lives, subject Schr. Lady Madison, Carrune, Mobile. count of 0 pr. cent, and all Taxes unpaid' '

: light modern gothic door swung open ot and when the hour arrived great Impatience to tha mercy and the caprice of an armed Cargo to O. Domingo,and the master on the first day of August next will be di:..
'1 JM miiwlee hinges' ,I looked Up at ther d< WM manifested to witness the flight of the Michigan m:>>b." The style of the news- Departed. rajped for according to law.1ABLO.

> rrrmoriel.ontebeoa'above, and" the rougt vronank Another hour; howeverj'elapurdnd psperstuLoth 'the State and Territory,. Schr. ;lady Madison, Carrune, Mobile PALMES
{fe-Jaws': the wauYwhlch had served for the process of inflating still progressed smftcka a'.good( deaf of the heroic and there Scbr. Creole Caro, New Orleans. Car City-Taf CMector.Pensacpla .

f ,.:fo'1t .,#iti rest, and it seemed to me that the kinds lowly I but the balloon hung feebly in the It )ltIta| "IlCMIbL that the measures adoptedby go Bricks and Lumber by the master. April 16th 1835.'-S.-3t.s .
% ant polished earl, in his velvet cap, and air without even an expansion of the olds the QhioLegislature will contemplAte i Schr. Rose-in-Dloom, Poos Mobile.- ;

ij the ""nrtdera door otf Its patent hinges, wen oCihe cloth; and it was ,at length obvious resort to. force, ultimately, unless the execution -, Dallast.&hr.. NOTJCE.A .
) i t :. pri! r a raised that an ascension was impossible. From of the boundary law can be otherwise Mary, Davis, Philadelphia. Car- T 'the next term of,the honorable the

{ L drawbridge and a helmeted knight I beg the numbers present, and! the impatience effected...a re devoutly to be dep &o. 62,000feet Lumber by IL Kelly. rm. County Court of Escambia County to

pvlonof the romantic..If this Be treason exhibited it wasapprehended that thecrowd recated.,;,,The issue between the parties, to held at the city of Pensacola, on the

t .a, .iinsl Delia Crusca. would proceed to violence. On the contra-- whatever may be the grounds of their respective AN ORDINANCE.To ---- -- first Monday of October next, shall apply

Thgong'had tlound"llta first summomtodinn ry when it was announced that the balloon claims, cannot be so intricate but for thctaeUI'ment of my accounts as the Excutor : -
the of the of Pen-
,'and I went Immediately to my could not ascend and that the money would thai in aspirtl of equity' and mutual forbearance Mayor city of Louis PIKBIUCB deceased and
the
roans to achieve my toilet 1 found myself be refunded not an individual reclaimed: ) it might safely be trusted to the sacola, to'grintpermission to Alabama move to be-finally discharged.
and Rail Road
in ,the south wing, with a ,glorioui the price of. admission Mr. Wise then arbitrament of a peaceful tribunal ; and Florida Georgia Com .,HENRY MICIIELET, 1
with their road in
? to enter
view up the valley of the Enk, and comfort came forward. He was greatly agitated surely ui a region where land is so plenty pany of said ally.oneIItret't Executor.
with fear and was peb and and eo cheap, the territory in dispute cannot city. 1833. 8. gm.
or llth
Moot me e ch as are only found in s anxiety April -
See. 1. It it ortf dined fit 11 and
be worth the of blood. Doubt- e by fay or
trembling when be stood to explain shedding
in
private chamber* England The nicely. tlp : NOTICE.
fitted his failure. The crowd compassionating lees in the apprehension of the belligerents IJJoatvl of Aldermen of Ike City ofPemaoo
the 'the well -
heavy .eurtJ nt
carpet (' That the Mayor, be and he fs hereby of the honorahlc ,hc
T the next term
involved which hallow
ils affliction encouraged him principles teem to i
drawing table the apparent ;
patent grate
appointing ,, A' '
,t ani its blazing fire, (for where unfire is web aDd he length stated that a quantity of the controversy lint when it is considered uthorlsed to grant permission to the Alai ,, County Court of Efcambia Count),to
i i
6 e eWmo in Scotland 1) the tapestry,the book.,, vitriol bad been sprinkled on the ....balloon, that the tenure of the soil, when occupied barns Florida& Georgia Rail Road Compa- be held at ihe city of Pensacola on the first
I the boundless bedr tha:bell that will ring and that It waa so riddled with hole that an by sellers, Is to be allodial, and that any to enter with! their Road in any sheet Monday of October ncxj, I shall apply for

i anj th? aervaq\8 .that ',anticipate the pniiT ascension was impossible. He expressed between the Iwo Government there will leading to the waters of the Bay of Pen- settlement of my account as the Exauterjf ::
t t be but little difference. acAla on the raiditions ".::reliiafter provlJWS7Tiir"lA PHILIPE' LEONCIO Pmsrodcceasid, and
\ ._ you should have pined for comfort his regret and humiliation at this untoward probaWy &certainly "
la France and Italy to know what this result : and engaged to make at the earliest but little to choose: it is difficuif lo conceiveof .de4. novc'tobc finally discharged.
catalogue is worth. possible period, a gratuitous ascension. any point orrriot'lple thai can arise, the Seet.
1 After f The crowd received the apology with maintainance compensate, tfTSid romp any have selected the street Executor.
dinner Lady Daluouale who. I.
6l been, and retired without disturbance.: either party for the disastrous consces in which they desire to 'enter said City April llth, 183B.-5.-Criu
much of an Invalid! mounted a small pony of sacrificing life in ::, their that the Mayor and Aldermen t.' '
a with Road
single .col :
'f. to chow ran the grounds. We took 'a win- eom-clat;; ; furnish' ..,i. what ,NO'jlU .
door The Boston Gazette test. reserve the right to designate honorable Ae
from the deacon4
A dial path away and the next term of the
romantic ,s some valuable etaticsal statement, which, part of the street, so selected, shall be .u- AT to
,
deli County
,_< i : which the castle .towers It is Daturauyal the good indices pf the growth of thU counry. From t, r+I+,no urk'Timu..) Md by said company. Ordained be bald at the city Pensacola.. on the 6rrt
It la a fact that tha postage of the ClP Sec. 3. Be it further That for
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9 most wild 'and precipitous glen, ThJ ** """ papers are full of a ruWar shall such & Monday of October next, I haalllppJ) |
United in last said
States has doubled the seven company provide proper Ear
which the rapid Edt pursues lie way almost + the Secretaries! of State and or( the settlement of roy accounts as the j
: will afford free
an Increase in the history usual fixtures, as a passage
years unexeropled
la but the deceased, tExecutor.
darkness
tearing enly about to TAT
resign. uco
,
'xiJ re tutor or ADELAIDe
of and
of the world. Massachusetts for the transportation goods
although persons
: ,
d cud rocky shelves the confident to the ed.
wt leaningover not u dischar
sup ] y are only to be finally
move
but the eighth State in the Union in popuation fx6l I across the track of said Road. UCII ELET,
their I
river with ut tht.fullest and clearest explanation I HENRY )
D.TousiebadPcuitlvated third of r tit i 4.: Be it further Ordained That
eessive lords of ; ranks A to amount postage 0 which are to produce it ItKend Sec. I .
In pomt'of( tonnage, she is the first StateIn is ant(1 causes ftpthing in this ordinance, shall be M con-
the banks aud hill around for a park and a .f rely owing to the appolntment'oUIr.th AprD nth, 183 .- .-6m.
the Union. Boston, though below Bal- ilrued.1, u to deprive the Corporation of the
S para-Jtse. The ,mooth gravel "walk proasan I to the Poet Office- According to
.1 interweave, the smoother", lawns sink ruore in population, rates after Philadelphia. I authorities, the high functionaries ri h" communicating in 'any way U' IC :;
.' of the City. _
the limits I
quell
,and wetrwltJa.'th.elr green 'bosoms, the I,4.-fon, refuse to remain in a cabinet un- through. JOSEPH, SIERRA I A T the Court ofEaeaitbiaCountys ,
: stream dashes on murmuring below, and (DicD )Ir. Kendall\ post Master Genmaii A,County : w
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"the lofty trees abadow and overhang alLAt OMitwnption.-\ yourg lady in the e'J I The intended resignation was ni- Pretidtnt. be held at the City of Pensacola, on
:
I one extremity the grounds arra flow last stage of consumption was lately restored nTnled brat faintly at first,. but when the. Passed ,May 30th, 18Q5.: But Monday of October pelt I shall i..PWaTKrKrr

'er and fruit-garden, and beyond it the\ pass to health by the following extraordinary : ;- tiereial got hold of it, the fact was tet-' M. CRUPPER, sad

I r' Uer farm i at the other,little village of thet and accidental reinedyshe. 'derived \cd 1 once J that journal produced in eonglrnf 8 rettlry. '

' :f I family dependant, with their rUIICHlQb wr been attended ay the ,fiutilty. but gar) lion, It W said, the strong clrcum- Approved June 2d, 1835.C. &s&&un*
their .
from andeonderad EVANS
DO benefit
\ far would prescriptions ,
,. erpd collages and as u yo .* that Mr.- Fonjth had been recent-
t }' ramble in a day,'exiend tha'' woods and berselfverglng the end of her euUnce I ttatI (hit. city on W' way to Georgia, and Mayor. JztCutrl.r.Aprii ,

I. :. glades, and hares leap path, when she retired during the ,UIIImr b&e,bad actually departed hence to vi* inn, 183S.3.6m.A : .
tl I
where tale it the with the Uuu-
to a OFFICE OF THE
country,
and .
and affairs. This
pheasants .partridges up u "yf friends and his ,
arrange
ion to wait la solitude the hour of her approaching Philadelphia Gentlemen' ,rode Mecwn.The .. !\O'fICE.
You may fatigue yourself in asecne that la ,.T'Uce| was conclusive ae to Mr. F'. reathal honorable
I formed in every feature for the gentlebornand dissolution. YVhUe in that situa- l linn, and we believe is used to prove Modern Acting Drama contains aU T the next term of the
the refined. The labourand the taste tion It.... her custom to rue steady ube >f Mr. Cass also It Is a pity to dewIry the Plays and 'Farces published hi the A. County Court of Ec mbia CoUUIY'ne

of succewlvt generations alone create nalady would permit, sod -contemplate turll the' onnvictions of these ingenious genufciu Oeutleman'a Vade Mecum. There ore many be held at the city ofFeasacol1, on spPlf j.t

It,;: such aa E4en, PrimogeiUture belffvr. > the. beauties of nature and. h* wotterful. I which seem to give them so much sal- of our subscribers we know who are delirous Monday or October pest, I shallHAVING esthe 1:1": "

girethe-, .. work, of God from her chamber f donbut we must assure them therenot of preserving them: Those who wishto the settlement 01 In accounts ed, a.4cator )

The various'\{news. of the castle from the iodow | from which. his; pbserved a !dog la ti. tniik in the rumors. M r. Forsytlt hasgitedandhasnotspokenort procure this work and thereby secure 01 JOACBIM isaax1LA deC't8 .
10h.
boned Ivlth
t bottom of the dell are perfectly beautiful. belonging fl e.ta on his bone, eonstaatly, scarcely &- 01., re thought the dramatic portion of the paper complete, move to be" finally disehargf'dc'.101".,

With all its internal reJeement, It U still II lick any the dew camomile bed lathe go pub -sif stag, but pa the contrary finds his will do well to forward their names at once, r Jxcrutor.
I i the warlike fortress at atrttte diatance, and' garden, .icdutiea quite agreeable ana will rob- u there anoint few copies of the Modern '7' I,
in abt ( :
doing which the ajumal was noticed to .Idt .-6m. _
; bartizan: and battlement boldly back in 00. L eootinue long to exercUe them. That Acting Drama remaining on' hand.. The Apr ; 183b.- -

,"' ,:-* the 4hys when Brftea was at llawthroaden, I"look alter plunp appearance and well., to recover Thealngqlanty strength of ft he B" d"may resign is not impossible as terms &t. are1zfWned.: io..the advertisement 1'1 Q1'ICE. '

\ '[ale miles distant,) and Lord Dalhoiwie'sanea thecireuBManee-wu'{ Impressed strongly roe} bN long desired to do so ;hie health, la this' day's paper. obtainedletterso admu:
l tor, the knightly,Alavade lbs agv and inclinations incline him to A Pasllt71l.-Aoy person forwarding 10 of {,1
the la4 mind and best fry Estate rra
on tqdueed 10
the
: defended. the ford' of tbe'Eak.ut-1, what ejfect'night be produced from followfef .. etepi and hut taking U some day will dollar note totbe publishers: (postage paid) .'the County .. ourt of
eeeased frons
; make .be surprising us. Bat it will be forreaeons will be entitled too copies of the Gentle- ,
himself
a name SeottlsH atorylnthe .
dare of Wallace and the Douglasses.I, ih. the.dew example.from She accordingly ah juat mentioned when he does, Stan' I'odtMecwn or the Modem Acting cambia, Those wHo have cl ant 16 P'ltpr
the bed of
procured same caovssaile to
Estate requested pre
from prejudice againat Mr. Drama either all of one or of each ue tndeba
.Dalhowie was besieged by Bd ward the eeeh soy part and tbOle
f first and by John of Gaunt! among tothera, drank..email quantity mor .K.adali( than there is no mania aa they may request, and they will be forwarded attested for settlement
niug, and after oontinuiiig.it tometlme ,x. "for their direction for are requested to makep+!mcaij .
.. and being the nearest'of .f'haua" ,ton IDOr8 r spected strict in- according to one
a some relief, h became I
-a- rppeate 1 -end abilities. In addition to huh will also MARIA GFdt R1D,4der.
high year.
ties from the Ek lo the Peniland Htlla regular, and she found a reum of spirits, rity they:
be '
it was the scene, of some pretty flghUng presented with a copy of the Jtoveliat'sMagazine -
ead cured. Caledonlaa
and le the completely -{ 90th I83S.-7.-8t -
In J9.t of the wire Scotland : >.' VMM t\e N. V. Cbaier and lap,".. ; containing the productions of .
1 lArd.D b"lJ e showed Ge a singularold 1Utrvury._ t"7 This busineM of Leeplajt several of the bent inhere 01'the present maD:a ltU

b.IJlabttt: the history Af which. ia. thus From t\e New Ort Courier.PIRACY ale .rri ," i*a expensiva ft'air-to Un-', day.Address 10m'
la Scott Tales teas J )Samuel, and the sooner be lets the vr, C. ALUINOIB, Athenian Buil ,.. Ercrrttd .
t-jjd) advices received tf 4 :
orfJCt
ol'iQnndtal.hfr. -By at ; .A* r N setup for tbemsdva and find thd. dings, Franklin Place Philadelphia AT TillS

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I Ir noj to vote for lum, the hors especially u hwa t then, a* might be expected where there to a INirco HrATt: NATAL llermt, ) that without the nperajdjtlon of localeraK }
, P; i: N A arc on a. *known to have been a. intelligent ant!diligent continual and laboun straining after humour near 1'tntacola, "',b. 18. ) 'I found in the town itself to tile malaria 1

, BATURjAY. JUNE 8 1835. I representative for ten 1"'" *put. avery flat, but souc of thaoi again so aboa*< DUI Sal: 1 have had the honor to receive oCt the bandies yellow fever mould.be unknown -
,
with food tat mirth, that gravity l itself U obliged. your letter of the llth lpU in nhic! at I'rnMcola. > ;v >.iytt.
W publish today, .letter l from Dr. IJoJse. to relax into a smile. Th. .M si nothiug bees uiy opinion I hi requested on certain point Yellow fern never originate w the "
Surgeon _or the U. S. Naval Hospital near FOR TUB FEflSaCOLA OAUTTC. police investigation for laying Kr the weak ee*, relative to the salubrity of l'qllIK'o a. It vicinity of I'ml&eola-nol even on fte very "", '-
this ON BATHING.Al the habits, Indeed the who** mode and manner vi will afford me great pleasure at all tines I margin of the marshes where tile pou' ;t; t
place to one of our cit ena. It embodies the season U approaching when bathing, life, of those who come before It. In the follow to give you such Information as, I ma) lion Is sparse. N I
the true view in regard to the subject of which log skftvh for insunce, UMM U such ot nature, polices and in attempting on this occasion. 2d. It never originate among the shipping
the health
so to and comfort of thoM -
h treats, and presents them in a style i of much necessary and no little of arl. to comply with your wish*, I will begin at the anchorage, directly opposite the
case and grace. The letter U copied from the person particularly who reside within or.near the From 't O'-IIIItlrt4 I'et.le Mecum by slating yon/ questions! I town. The Falmouth./sipoi War furnished
American Rail Road Journal. tropics may be resorted to, a row words on thai There is a young lady called Sally ...* 1st. Is there any natural choose in the only two stars'of it to the hospitallastsummer
subject may not "bo inappropriate. When bath who resides IQ-strl'C'I"dl'DItIl&cd i In the situation of 1'ensacoU lo raider it subject and they were officer*, who pro-
his slated in the Army and Navy Chronicle molasses candy and groundnut 11I e. She to bilious or yellow fever? bably contracted it in town. 1 be schooner
big wu first used "the memory of nun runaethnot is very beautiful; and 'o sweet i Is her aspect 2d. \\'hal seem to be the causes of the Grampus, It 1* true, suffered from the .J,
that Lieut. Col. Jrano, ot'Lhe second regiment to the conu ry." It wa a custom among when ahe" i III not In a rage, she well visitation of bilious and jcllow (tiers to disease w bile lying in port, but the bid ail > JIbe

I of Artillery ha bcca(assigned to the command the ancients and w.,earned to sects a degree in deserve the title Mint_". given her by lVMsacola about once in m or seven )ears material for it* causation, a* it wa &

of Fort Pickens, near this jJac. Rotor, an to call for those stupendous and her more invcnile customers. Her admirers after intervals of perfect<< 1 Can there proved in the decayed and decomposed .\
I tang are numerous! and she has two lovers causes bo remedied, and how land at w" hat state (l/.he/ plank of her rrihng. It appear .'-
J f1roclt,08BIHo-TW.. subject' seem to have mficent establiah.ents which sxcile our astonishment t'quallyIt'voted., but by no menusequally jirt>bable expense ? red on board this vessel 1ft days preview to
excited the most serious apprehensions of many to this Jay ; and a port of the habiu happy. Mr. L
1J pradvnt person in the northern cities ; while lion of every Roman wa aechiJvJ U which h< after/ having courted and .cevourwl dried cola fllpt'\1Dll beneficial to persons lutle,. In confirmation of the opinion that the \

others, who claim to be equally prudent but was accustomed to wash hi. body with warm or cherries by the side of MM troy for m> tug from diseases of the client-equally so marsh effluvia alone of tbe place ia not .uGS-
long. time that he thought himself sure of with Ht. Augustine -and much more so cient to produce tile decease: In question It
more aharp-sighted, laugh "at the creaking or hot water. The euxlota ha followed time' urn her, was lately discarded Affairs had progressed than New Orleans,' Mobile, or any southern may be appropriate to add the following t

their neighbors and regard the stock market u Course down to theprcsent sal exist among alnations so far that the happy day wa* fixed cities situated on rivers, or allotted b;) fact*. 1 he cast and of the ,
being In a souaJ and healthy condition. Stock- differently applied accordingly! to their but unluckily the affection of dealer in sugar fresh water air 7"l'he Navy Yard are equally expose '* It regards .
notion .. It candy are as uncertain aa those of any natural cause of bilious and yellow the bay and the small ponele! in their
UYi extolled
H1. and
i il utility M
under
jobbing the
nothing new It ha
tun. ladies, w'hatrver. ThebNt oUaMU\bttick fevers Pemncola are extremely; few' situated rear. One of them front the bay on tho a
long been a distinct branch of business, involving commented ups by philonnpher and men o f was introduced lo Mr. Jake .Jluckcit a* it i. nit un at Id j>lm remote (ruin east having a series, of mU pond weal '

so many delicate rnquirie, and requiring deuce; and! the p.a*t, who leave nothing unsung young gentleman with fla/ae-colored whiskers any fniih water river. of it, the other from ihe lay
f such. nice and varied information, that it used to ; hat not foiled to pay it a Jan tribute. Considered six feet In height; awl' 'a mil arroo.' Tilie chief clement in the generation t>1 and has the pond to the north. Tuepoud ..h
the shoulder On the ln...t. the none of diseases, Is decayedeg<< \-tablo matter. If were dry last summer, and their
be supposed to be dangerous for any but the moat u a remedy universal ia its adaptation, (. xnklas Ware Out bf olntrfo qualificationsthouph I animal matter tit nddrd, tile cause will lc: booms presented to 'view a thin I layer of

knowing to engage in it. Bat of Me it seems one which form 111- basis of clnnlilll', bat1 repectnWe etrou h)-:wlwld not en- more active, mid the disease will be come mud. The rant village did not tVrnishcrofslknrsslastrttunHi a .w

to hate become, in New York; Philadelphia and ing, In its various made of spptteatMu may be d'lrethebenutiesofAlr.I Iltrcksttiii.. fate wlvat UKKlificd. heat aud nuiisture hurt | bUlla the southvillage .
B.MLen..o absolute mania. Merchants mechanic said to be the mot extensive mean ef preserving\ was waled.' Miss Bally ...*' d.tnrcJ wilh be f uerudde lo these. The scrubby oak, right or ten casesof yellow fever occurred -
Jake flirted with Jake, and giggled with the dwarf lute, aud the fino nand of ('t'lltia. within a few hour of each other, A
*, clerks, all cla*c., In short, go fearle/! and restoring health and rigor to the hams sy"- Jake, until the heart of Mr. Lewltina gave cola, proclaim their Inadequacy to the production two cif them dltod. Ihc south village had

to the market, and buy and ,t'li. without having trm. Bat the benefit/ t>i be derived from, its use way under her cruelty. It cut hiett to the vegetable mutter, Ihecsmiitial, disadvantage a'slaughter house slluittrd .
"oullike knife and lo end his red lent and indVtd the tint > Nf in it re.r.-hlrh .
a dollar at command. Some may be curious to depend upon an accurate knowlrtlsje of the properties an oyster g ; immediately : I.tlutt'dinlly
miicrv he nonght a final explanation. the cause of yellow fever. 'I ho at'nun offensive. TTio'Nsvy Yard,
know how this miracle U hed. This << oI'the different bath: an I their rffrett u- !
accomplii<
What; do you mean. Miss, by encouraging which'nearly encircles tho city, it is true equally exposed with either village, In the
then I I. the manner of it. A. agrees to sell B pon the constitution. It may ho proper U store that long lodged chap?" gives life and vigor to a growth of evergreen effluvia of the pond, remained perfectly

600 Share of a particular kinj .of Stock to hen, that to the enjoyment of health, it is",orM- '. St ea.v.* acid the Indignant fair "my shrubbery whoao leaves only drop healthy, with the exception of the case of

be transferred in sixty Jay. ; at which time. B. aary to preserve a Uniform temperature, the temperature : !dean ill changed; my Aftetltlt\us'nt sot 'gradually and i-uigly. (being continually one pcntlrtiien who had a slight lIu.rlr.lr&C''d ,
I and renewed by other leaves,) and are Instantly : I'nnwcoIa.I observer
on you, though thought they was, to : wa..aD bci.e
undertakes to him for it $51,000. Now Aba of the ""'yl bring sustained by the vital
pay immerw'd in that little stirum care
you may carry your {'Ie10 another mat lively In 1KH, when, no originated at the
no stock nor baa B.the money to pay fur its power, and the process being carried on with the krt." which Is ever gushing from its bed, or Nuty Yard nor atrithrr village.

but i it, at the end of the ''sixty daya, the stock be lout action when the at-nnnphere in.lieetw 60 linhrnrt fell asifhltwitham&ilctjbut\ I rallying they find a screen (rom the rny of the It bat been represented to me upon good ,

i worth in the market just $50,000 then B. pay degree) any deviation from this point by in- 1 he poured forth a torrcovof reproaclies suit iu the* thick shade that coversit. authority, that the<< swamp or shrubbery of
7he.espring't of water arc reinaik" the springs, of Pensseola wa cleared up in
, but if la the meantime the stock create or diminution if long continued, draws anitlnialtedbythreateniugtu"knockblazes I
A. SI,000
; out able for their purity mid nufli.cst they 1811 and 't>::L We'all\ rrrooUrct tbat
should come to be 'worth $32,090: 4- become equally upon the vital power and pnduces rrlat- "Heavy!"Viid tlae lid,, with a look of commence nearly opposite the ('t'nlreofthe streets .rret'r.'d through In lftT7, and I

: B'*. debtor for 1,000, ami thus the matter i i.scttl I. ation projiortioiiod. to the the extent and deration' scorn. *:.My lake! can UtIL'ala of you ) and city and running in different dircclkius, think It waa i'artiaJlv ctittp again the summer

,d.This U a specie of gaming at which of the cane.Two both he and me think yeu a spooney." form an estuary wills tho waters of the buy before last. These"are certainly re-
kinds This. "' ''' too bad-II i* hard enough for one above and the other below the city, about markable> Incldrntf'.. It cannot be conceited -
many low, ant some gain of coupe; while the only will>e noticed here t the eel I, a later to he mildly) rejected and to be cast a mil from each other. It i.to M observed that insalubrity would follow these

lock broker we presume, stand in the place or or cool, and warm hath :-- The roll or cool l bath otTu'uhsuchgcntlo! palliatives as-happy that the breadth of this springyground clearings, provided the ground v ere-put

the dealer at faro, availing himself of all the advantage (the MUM except in degree or extent of eTrr,) to reg-ird you as a friend but affections/ o- varies from ton or fiftet-n, to one under cultivation but clearing without
them i i. coneiou of hundred and even two hundred ards and cultivation bal the 'effect lo the
of the possesses the power of causing a reflux oft the! action ee engaged i your merits ) expose
game. and other little *w.et of that kin.t- generally, though not throughout, }U !U a Surface to the ray of Ihe sun sod i,cat
An anecdote is tolj ia a E*.toa to the, on the surface to the interior and when the
paper bottom. Thero
hut to be treairl with 'IK'OlIII-Looldnll! purely sandy are some and probably lo procure an erolutw of
to the following effect. An old merchant ol system ha sufficient! energy to pro-nots and eU- threw l11"eir latean atdttidjr rcw spots only, in which rich mud is largely tmbt'tlthyemu"la which otherwise night

high standing meeting, one! day lately, with a blish a free circulation corresponding to the i impression MOlituixcnhearUCs I { vvixtul I ...nc- mixed with the sand. have remained quiescent. ,
merchant in whom he bad confidence received it*efllcaey bl'eomNal'p'\rfnt d,:. mous wiper( !-I could kill you gouge Jake, This part of tho subject will bo left for The causes sit yellow fereratrrnscola,
younger great anJ crest!! ray future I lot with the lot of the the present, to be reverted to in the consideration therefore, are local", and are within the ,
pas told by hill young friend, that he minUhing the excessive sensibility of the system, -kitche'rs/ f.So of the second ipifition. And hereI power of your police. They can be remedied -

,, had just mado a thousand doli.tr, by buying and exercising a Ionic influence upon the solid and saying, he hit*himwlf! B ponderousblow I must dissent from the admission, that bilious with a little/ attrnton to cleanliness,

.' Bulling in the stock. "I cougratulat you upon consequently aujinruling tho vigour muscular on the brtnct. w bich gave out a hollow and yellow fevers do visit I'onsacoli amidst a vrry trilling rxprn.se.% 'l he' aLl >

''your good fortune" said the senior "but you contraction. The effect/ of the bath i is regulated empty shun! and rushed into the as often as once in six or seven years j all 1 crsmful mean, usedby many cities In the
street. All he sled| frsntirkly along the do not find on record any account of these United States, which wire formerly visited
will please strike my name from your lint of references. by the temperature of the water ant the time pavement, he heard Bally'sderlxlve laugh diseases reigning here pretiou to our almost annually, by tbl* scovige of the human

." pent under Ha influence, the lower the temperature behinJ him ; added wing to Us velocity. Umoaexccpt those given by Dr. LInd, which pace, confrrs! ., views ot Ih. nature
of the water *1.. less time and the con Away !awa,1! till at length, panting with occurred in 1703. This author how ever ony of these cause*. end ;rawpre I| cmMence ia
... The Daltimort Conrtntion after a session of I trary.: Tho cold bath (U scarcely ever resorted t.In jealousy and fatigue, he arrived at the door inform us that a mortal skltness.pret ail* the effort of man for t rids "1M.....
: ; three day, by an unanimous'vote, nominated of a ttbrre (' shop. He.bad ale.y-a ed Ina 'ct. newly arrived rrom ,1nllaOO.:: For your third qw'etkat1'bris"dtle
.. .. th south at lean when recouuen'lnly
,
except f doe that it affected the Inhabitants
lie not -
MARTIN"YVx'BcKCV, the candidate for I>mt- solitary Ir"". mention room Itfl. Ipd'ed,1 could searre/ythep.
y a physician never as a luxury. li, it prop.r 111" acid he, ihu"4.* the place-here and state/ that on board tin to ilo justice tr-the' subject, in the s.acq I al
deb;at the COIning election.. Tho vote for the tar person who have au extremely excitable nervous ; old Dlowfcurd.supnliasv..U"wants at' lull hips in port every person enjoyed good! lottedtp this rcmnntmiraticn.ar.uas. I p.f-
candidate for Vice President for R. M.Jonxsow untortt.SMe Iteahh. tJonur of tho old (iuhabitaMs. oPenucola lenvDie future 1 .
wets systems u"a prophylactic against hereditaryor price-hero the ran buy com poi* on some day, wilt
170 & for W.C. Rica 87. Upward. fort, the coward cart buy -courage, the! miserable who are noted for content myself wlth'atsitng i Ie sit may be
teseares. badythe
60J Delcgatc/attondoil, and each state wa allowed : phuitous The cold bath U at the tan buy hope-I want all three, A observation, Inform ins that they hef. that tl.i is the finest rliir.*,| upon the ,
electors degree of congelation or below It. The cool bath I'll try the let)'* worth fever in 1811 ; these two, added lo the visitations gltA*, for ton.um prisonand, offer ,
a* many votes as slues La in the aIcri may be indulged in as a luxury and a*the 1Dt'anI Four giant** had a poweful eflect. All of 1832,'V7 and "J4, seem to constitute for your consideration& two facts, only.

.I college. preserving the skin In a Illalthrulllatl', *orrown>iii the booom of "the rejected" the sum of its bl"torT.here, both writ- 1st, I have never known ror heard oh taco i
upon melted into a fury for ""eIIe. 'Had his ten and traditional.W .' ronsumpllon vtlgioalifeg bet*. id I hive '11
Tit l
(tom the statement of the votes furnished by the the centre of life.-pends' >the health of the whiskers ten time as fiery, Lookins would lead with great -eadi-n i -10 the answer ol here, with very little medrrsi treatment i

. Floriilion, at Tallahassee, that CoWl\ te in whole system. The best mode of applying the have felt no fear. the question, M What seem to be the \\ben Don Juan Ponce de Leon carrr: In
cool U the He returned to Mintstiek flail and peeping causes of the visitations of Yellow rover search of his country, he ought a taring
bath U whole into
elected by a number of voice, about equal to the plunge body water -
through tbe window, saw big Jake to PensacoU 1" And the most the water of which were to rejuvenate
aggregate number given for the three other candidate of the temperature suited to your purpose, A conversing with the faithless fair, who was striking and important one Is, that wan. -

*. This lass We Iud expoctn ; and'yet remain in it one two or three minute, or longer smiling yvitb dclighu Lookln became neither this deseise nor any of its family The fable whkh give spirit?and *,,1IQo"t'Ul'n .

it i I. believed' by that a majority of the a* advised above} a moderate degree-of motion frautie beat the door-it was fast-ot a baa ever occurred her, except in conscluenee lo his enterprise .
many
demolished 0i window and of the absence of r.ln.jo July and had e
whilst ia the bath would be beneneal hi blow, be attempted mong rude nations liiE'othCU.; r
people! of Florida were unfavorably disposed to.watt promoting an escalade; but Jake tdiinnied .Iu gust. This circumstance is of exceed. it* basis. Tlie fountain |
him. We are aware that this may seem a a free circulation of the fluid; .on coming him outagain with a chair. A battle royal en- ngly rare occurrence, so much so, that youth, has a real existengliereiat&tntb.extent .

ptuaibx to those who are' not familiar with'the! out, the surface'should he perfectly dried with IU'1d. which was by thearrivaloJ' those months aro proverbial for being pro-' ol benefits it U destined to dispense
the who carded oII'tb. .belli title in shower accompanied with I the human the bright visionof. J
copious to
state of in the aad towels,and exercise taken until a reaction is Sit police family
popular fueling .Territory wewill JgJs. .T7oev.y.. and poor thunder aud lightning. Yet it cannot be the Spanish! hero "ill' be more th nrrU1
endeavour to explain it. Several grounds of or established. Tb shower'bsthLi ken.r Idookins was heat ilf ,,"r,In adatt1Ghie .....JI' ._4ioUiaf inttt &i p-ItfIItht'r aksne at the pe zed.. I am rpec4fullyv and truly yeurr.ea ."/
- objection to Col. White, which it Is not worthwhile recommended when a sudJet eck. uposs, the otherdistieee... rl iod above mentioned,' Vr:' u rforUihily bring[ + IA4CUl-' '

to enumerate had cooled the ardour, if nervous .yslew .* deal&>C'it! ; 'l.. usuallytaken Sally pa'.fII) by bi Ith a supercilious r allow fever at Penacol| ..*! 4jtuovK To Walter art-<- *' ,, "f"' ..

they had not lessened the confidence, of the by pourinTer through perforation from a glance, took Jacob 11 kett' arm and IBid the springs above de erlbed'dead becr>tne>amq)- i
-"Ye. ho' a and a bigger and e r lower and !leave some vegetable -rAI, f. 0..11I.-00. of tll'.1- )
,
gjeat body of big friends t by which w. do not iriplli'by which,.. the effect Is increased. Tb a cleverer. man nor pretty ye any time o'd.,." II utwtancc exposed'to a high temperature, I ret! torte Itle.In this eot t1 arrived 'UIII'"

mean the mrHiig east of his party Jw! rather bead may be protected by oiled silk or paper. or The happy pair r -eel from the office, tI ode of u* who art/familiar with their colutisnes I port, yest1 ordIT, ,-- 1))11 ) ri. 'lid..... .,,,4
those IUU*to bewokin. Joe og, a. dolorous as p1.ot'I"Ie taunt conceive that there is e- il now a. Pnle' Muenm" m .
.ro sufficient pabulum supplied from this 1 1 last evening! to flail there. and raw tins esI'll
__ 'G crearfj l p ked in every party. Then! skin may bo rubbed. with coarse- tow..,. done in a. cr
;
source alone to Impregnate the atmospherewith traordinary fs-mile! almost, l I b.atan p,[
grounds objection mIh1l1.*. been urged with I The cool bath I* nearly of the same tenprratur NI\ YORK flY 2'.1. deleterious effluvia. The nuisance bring, to all appearance a negro child Ia a "pelts

much fore and with a very decitiv effect. FCH, u the atmosphere of summer.r Prow 8014111 .4frir -The &;too Poet of the city create other impuritle* In the air, red d.llnel..Iala& gown, comfortably taking I ail t tits

though;what we have called the working men oj r Warm or tepid bath are most proper tot the. .rknlI\'I"'flgt't the rev pi 01 Cave lit food which united with the exhalations from the night'. sleep on Mr. I'ealV lap. Jbe
t of )lfareh. The bf the streams form a poison sufficiently legs were thrown rarelmly over Mr. Fa
war\ to the 2 margins
Ana inhabitants of climate errflt'f.e hope
the party stood 'for the Cob and would a thry Inactive I papers 1
of the 181h to ins the lollowJnC concentrated! daring unusually dry knee, and the arm thing, affectionatelyroyal :
!' have dan so, against all the.efforts of lips oppo. restorative utdaenre, are'anlatM* "la then paper 1'le' Cafl"rt'tl war at terminated-the Mftsons to e.u/e yellow fever. No one ac- his neck, with tb*bead on bll breed

: Bents, forming a powerful phalanx, oxirr.itnge effects, lessen the frequencey of the pulse, relax country tilled! the net .1 territory II com- quainted with Penmcola will deny that the precisely like a bUd in its mother1 anna.
from the Perdido to the Atlantic: Ocean and b;, powerfully the skin and simple solid., and diminish pletelyciearedof the cnmy The 'Caffrespo'.c"t" back yard of a majority of the inhabited The whole body covered with short hair,
increased u usne newer In hit contest loCI exhibit fearful accumulation orM UR- and tbe fare resembles that of an old negro
intelligence excitement useful In
their activity and are an eases -
retporUhililyL above
-
. from having gain poIIM'lIIl or firearms clean things," which undisturbed man; whh the nose indented, the forehead
all their unanimity doing much toward his whenth fibre i* kird & contraetedylnMliry sad powder fro troadr who smuggled equally b1 the police anjS by the oecupanL wrinkled, the eye of bascL &Adbe teeth, t

sucres { yet what eminently contributed to his consequent upon a long ksidenee !ia a warm climate these articles tnt the enemy' eojtn- From the proxttrity 'of the .prtn,1 to the Up, and chin, exactly similar to what we '

triumphs the late election,'wu th. fact that the in lungour and extreme w.wweur try whfethg law pro >ltllt' all tramc In surface? .Ink..re shallow and are very everyday see hi the African rate, while
the frontier liable to overflow and" scatter their odorsto the band end feet are totally bare and'have
the
them left .Colool.1 upon
ring to of weak and delicate habit
votes, opposed to him were divided three persona a asxan ...
among
- almost defepceleaa the winds. e There ran be but 1151.doubt a moat / resemblance to those
candidates cllaLt chances of'col..n1onwne thus pecoliarly grateful to traveller fatigued walk No ollleial account r"Iwlpuble4 Out... mass t>f rotten *em .weed ol our own .peeks. .* jkvs also the ear,
'iacraesed In *proportion much, greater than that ia or.tiding of a long tuatmer'* day. Th seater of the lOIIM"e" etastai 'C1 by the Colonist. which lay upon your strand all last *unv wbirb are quite :large. When disturbed.tterledout .
efthe numbs of"of"candidates against bin. For 11I&1" be heated to suit the aWe of the sy*. is this war. The nun yr ohactl. aDd oth.er mer, the stench owhkh i.still strong ID ObI obLobP a* In clear and

here another paradox; stare la la the (lies the tern. Bathing i* more or Us persjirlou. when stock, taken by the DnrY,destroyed oaIb our reeollectloo, should be added to the perfect an'articulation I'.ever was utter
j and lost dllr if lt. slate of enD- list of city miMnce. ft will be readily ed by tb human voice ..1.n.' .
people at large,vet tar a man tot so nock because used immediately before or ,after pwab, when fusion spot eMlllqftt'nt, 011 e. a,", CIte suggested to any one how easily these substance sight, ,,indeed, i is bumUiatiaf, to th.pride of,
pureed
t' they like UntVciiMetv**, M because other I thj i*a tendency "I Inflammatory action Ia any tined 'en' may be removed, and their qualities Owe owe, we should ssv, who would look

people! Ilk him.,, That. to say,because th.y.e.- of Uke principal organ*oflh body' general pastfe ,meats Many6 urea ,,,been toClumeCI neutralized.( Fifteen fears ago tb*ttty upon this object, would go away in doubt '
10 Iheee and ID of Baltimore wa visited annually) with sporadic of It* being a link closely connected with
Se
tire and Ute turn
by
G v* him U be sod popular' and therefore Boost era .r fulnes of, habit, a ffusbsdl e eSM.naaoeand and
had of tile human nearer to urn
that sped,
I others which war; Icf tandng utterly ru- ease* of yellow fever. They
likely to h* elected.. The quesUoa with hem U throbbing of bUoil vessel* of thay head Ined. bA PLaCes have also their origin in (oral cause, -which were than to the fOAllDQllIDCIII'et-N. It Star,

not so much, who is the j Ur* meal as, who when it occasions pain or violent headaches, A been destroy pointed out by member of oar profession, I -
ought aB avoided. .ad removed by antnligblrned' police. Pre I.Mu.rt.. wW9 detachment of troops nu- .
Is the most likely to be ejected 1 tiw* most ia Mich case to be Laying I.
y bard eases as1 > termed, 1. noti- lessor Potter of tbetroveraltyoMaryhend .tier &he...... Or ClIp!. Drano, left Ihl*'
neuchooae to iii ok lb. strong side.! Here all other CMsidsfatl aside the oty.et'otd.asGreer tell In the New fort r hi. that of aMr. ha repestedli'said; in bit lecture that the post this BwreJaf' ; rttb 'a view to acoui|

il was so contrived, or il s* fell out, that is a sufficient iodueententyta prompt rte S'berman, who m' to time when communities the cutnrrar Mast *,.."' '.... ialerouidiatei

, three farriirfates "offered themselves against'Colonel the adngae| oYtht warn Ulkv k....,. the three years Impriolon (. by the sutbori- would be so well informed on the subject country a*far a* Cape flortda, and to ea4J

While-each .* least, was'th view takes skin l yatu.t *totLe coaptexion brightness solb. tier 01 (.. Jersey' over tawing theRank of the (cysts lo question, that IfwfroJd be III all the"scattering' ladiaoe1 who --Inhabit
It that coosidefsd! criminal in the authorities to the coast. 'o fb* D&JDWK'.ou' 80LTbtaetrp -. .
appears
of U-and as tt was obvkws that the ..,.., sad posit I11 t.tb. ...... tufrtqumat ... PatteIWHI eitle. This I* the fare.
'J.rwa'0I' ol Yea T allow them to occur lo Urge(< oorsxaecaasary
strength oft** opposition was destined to,be (frk- u Dot sore gralUulla the *epos thao it i*salutary cheek the procure. 01 p't ban redictloa 1now almost literally ve rifled long a* wry are nrtrrrd't;1. meoi tbrongbt!

toted away brtween them, afl who thought oil the a the health and to ...**.y. V. .w. I' a elimanal 4& WO ia Die.own city Thi gentleman bat tr .-j the country, n'* a ..... tVfda the
at all earnest once lo conclusion that Ce L free.tb.IIUF"that the : glot led aM'*n jeet more ably than say ether eDtlrration ran be eflsxtaalry 1 .. ...
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agination, by sudden and violent shocks, FRESH GARDEN SEEDS. will soon be brought in cultivation! should Auction Notice.

PRNSACOLA OAZETTIJ.I .. frequently causes serious disorders, andvdn e- subscriber has Just received a large. the present prices of the gi eat Maple const-of the TilE under Ilgt'd having been IrIlimfl) ,
which must for
= i TilE be maintained Escambia
a death yet tie same cause, may operate I of garden seeds of every country County
JUNE 0 1833. of the Attend the sale
derubly augment the population'; lo at auction of all ntAL
.. = to allay the feeling of pain, and effect the.I description. IWy ere prepared by the toTATE which
1 .f TAO UAZCTTB will be issued; every Ha;. cure of disaasra, especially thugs ora ne.. Society of Shakers in Connecticuts and country. above It. may be necessary to
staled sell In said
considerations at auction
,
pray Evening. 91 $3 W per annum, in ad- vous kiiui., Oy this agency may br explained and are warranted. The following is a From the County. II e w m .1'
vane, $4 payable at the end of six months., the miracles wrought y Prince I catalogue of the Reeds. we have tliereore-no hesitation, in believing so transact general Agency business[In the
; or S3 payable at the expiration of the year, Hohenlohe and Madame Hafiit Amour. White Onion,* Yellow Onion, Red Onion that we may with confidence rely for I sale] and purchase of real property pcr
\ 'at. the\> option of the subscriber. When they said to those who had faith In Early Blood Turnip fleet, Early the complete success of our undertaking, sons at a distance may address Hrer aiVri

Ao/'urHBrfBKM:: inserted at the rate o f them ) .Tear off your bandages, throw Sugar do: do. Early Orange do. do. Salad on the suoport of a generous public. Le Baron, orCHARLES
doll for fourteen Hues lesn aside crutches for are* cured," Illood do. CONDITIONS' LE BARON,
one ir every (or ,) your you or gwisa Chard do. Long Long
: for th"> first ant fifty cent for every con it is perfectly possible that the credulous Mangel Wvrizel do. Long White Scarcitydo. The "Tallahassee General Adtertftrr"will May 9 1835.-9.-tf._

1 ilt Inijoiisi subsequent Insertion.I whose Imaginations were powerfully worked ) Scarlet Carrot, (very fine,) Orangedo. be printed ()n. super payable royal in sheet advanceor at NOTICE --
upon, experienced momentary relief. Dlood do. Early Horn do. Guernsey Four dollars pr annum
first indebted to the
One on deliver of the no. four dollars ALL persons estate of
obliterates )
itJa powerful impression another Whitedo. Early Cluster
ft' VD13"kli Parsnip
Long WAIT deceased
of monthsor are
six
t after the expiration
cents hereby
; and hence the power attributed to Cucumber Extra Long dos Long Creel fifty
notified forward
(In* t/r.larutnn Metropolitan. cabalistic word., talismans, magic, witchcraft do. Early Frame do. Early dd. Prickry five dollars at the close of the year. and all those to come having claims& make pay mrnt.
I I STANZAS FOR MUSIC.We &c.There Obcrkio do. Superior Watermelon, Early No eugbcrlption will be received fora less against aid estate -

I. ) :j' parted in nlvncr, we parted. by night, are minds so feebly organized sato Apple eed do. Large Muskmelon, frjne term di8t'ontlnueVlthout than one and the paper will not egally are allettcd requested for to settlement present their accounts .
f i. .I', 0" the bank of that lonely river, be overcome by the effect of example : Nutmeg Melon Large Cantelope do. Green be orders,-and all arrearages ,

:; Wh r j the fragnnt lime their bought' unite,- -thus epilepsy convulsions, aud madness Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon, are paid tip. RANDAL ALLIS.
t We met, and we parted forever. have sometimes seemed to be infec Dutch Summer Squash, Cush Crook do. The first number ill be Issued duringthe Administrator.
I', The night bird sang, and ttie *Ur above. tious. In 1780, daring the administering do. Crookneck Hummer ,do. Crookncck ensuing summer, or early in the fall. March 28th 1833.-3.-0.

f Told many touching tory, of the mcnunenl, at a church in Paris, a Winter do. Mammoth do. White Cusbaw Communications addressed to the publisher .- NOTICE.1IIB

I Of rri"ndllonll pail to the lung'loh of love, young lady was seized with a convulsive do. Cocoanut do. Mammoth Pumpkin. must be post paid. .
Where the oul wean It* mantle of gky.t fit, winch had so powerful'on effect on the Connecticut do. Cheese do Imperial Sugar JOHN BALDWIN & Co. undersigned esxnotice that at
t I rest of the females present that; 'in less Loaf Lettuce, Early White Head do,', Tallahassee, April 8th, 1833. 1 the next term of the hon. the County
t I w. purled In .ilene -our check were wct than half an hour, fifty or sixty were taken Ice of Green" Head tt.>. Ice COIl do. White' Sun Iterntllow luie JLumv Court Escambia County he will apply fora
With the! lean that were pact controlling; ill in the same way Ooerhave arrested the Coss do. Magnum Bonum Cos do. Cabbage \ for. I final settlement of the Estate of MARVIN

W vow'd we would never forget progress of what was termed an intimate Head do. l.ongWh.teNaples Radish, \ WAIT deceased: aud mot lobe discharged.

II And tlione vow at the time were cormolirrj ; epilepsy, in lherphan hospital, at Haar Scarlet Short Top do. Purple Short Top will be received until the- RANDAL ALL1S.
But the lip that echoed the vow of mire lem, by threatening to barn alive all who do. Long Salmon do. Long Scarlet do. PROPOSALS for the supply at fort Admr.
, Are cold u that lonely fiver; sie/ed with the fits and April 28 1835813t. i
were : to give greater Scarlet do. While
ij or Cherry Turnip Adams, Newport Harbor R. I. of the following _
h
And that eye, the beautiful tpirit' shrine, force to his menace, he had a large fire Full Spanish, do. Black do. Early SugarLoaf $ -IfcWlud..

l 1; Ha shrouded its firOlC"r.l' kindled in the court yard of the hospital. Cabbage Early George do. Early SOITIlERN; YELLOW .PINE LUM- ESCAPED: from the custedy of the )l3r.

I; And now on the midnight sky 1 look, lie was aware that the surest way of removing Dutch do. Early York do. l.arge'ork or BER. the night of the 20th day of "

i And my heart(row* fall to wOl'pinlliEach a powerful impression, on a disorder Harvest do. Early Ualtersea do. Early: Viz. lIt, of sawed tiniKer. !March last William I Iambic ten who wns
-'II" is to ine u itolvl knot, M 1 imagination was to contcract it by one Bullock's Heart do (very fine.) Large Her- 32 pieces.-each 31 feet long by 12 inches convicted of negro stealing and fined by the

i Some tale of that loved one keeping. still more strong. gen do. Drumhead do. Late Dutch do. Flat by 12 inches. Jury the sum of seven Hundred Dollars, &
\Ve parted in silence, we parted.in tears Tho wonderful euros effected by Me ne- Dutch (very fine,) do Green Satoy do. 40 pieces, each 20 feet long by 12 inches tOtilwfproserution. The said\V illiam llam-
L On the bank of that lunt'ly river; rim are well known. In 1794 who{ Dallly, Yellow do. Green Glazed do. Turnip Roo- by 12 inches.Ed bleton is about tw tnt)' four years of ace, a-
I But the adour and bloom or those bygone you Franklin, Leroy, and Lavoisier were ted do. Red Dutch do. Cole wort, Large of sawed joists. bout five fret cotta and a half inches: high,

.i 1 Shall hang-round its water forever. commissioned to investigate this pretended Purple Cape Frocoh, \\ bite do. Early 64 pieces,-each 31 feet long, by 12 in fair complexion and light hair a little inclined ;
science and their it thus
give opinion upon Cauliflower Half Hardy do. Late Dutch do.
;. cites by 6 inches. to stop w hen standing and is very round
n: "HOW BEAUTIFUL. expressed thrmsclves in their r'port-; Cesarean Kale or Cow Cabbage; Scotch 64 pieces,-each 23 feet long by 12 Inches shouldered blue eyes and bas a bold look.-
I ft'' The first thing which struck the commissioner Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip,
Making a worship ofth. bMu&U'uJ.-ntI.WIR, by 6 hes.mc The fcaid Hambleton escaped without hating
,.: How beautifUl this world of our, was the strange effects exhibited. Early Garden Stone do. Norfolk Flat do. 321 pieces,-each 21 feet long by 12 inches paid his fiiu The above reward therefore .
JI( 'II tl i Its Autumn hue and 8rimn err /flowers! by magnetism/ and: the apparent Insufficiency Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do by 6 inches. will be given for the delivery()the said
:'" It* Waving flield of ripened Brain of tho ine.ing by which they were Long Hanover do. Sage Large ntH Pep 86 pieces-each 18 1-2 feet long by 12 \\ illian Homlleton in the lo\\"notl\larriln.

I ., Tea twilight hade, en hill and plain; pro luced. The effects were violent pro. per. Squash do. Cayenne do. Purple EggPlant nches by 0 inches. na Jackson County district West Floridato
f: Beautiful its sparkling flood, tracted, and multiplied convulsion ; and Curled Cress or Peppcrgrass Plain Ill pIeces-each 12 feet long by 12 inches James W. Exum 01THOlfAS
:I, I A"lIke leafy,.solemn wood, the causes mere touches, signs and fig Cress Water Cress! Large 'i' mato. Small by 6 inches. M. WHITE.

\ And it* morn, when o'er the brake, ures. Some great power was evidently do. Vegetable Oyster, Scorzonera. White 3d of planks 3 inches thick and 12 Inches Deputy Marshal District It': F. +
I AU ita..sgrrtere Bret awake. brought Into action by these means howe Solid Celery, Rose-colored Solid do. hum wide. April 1101 1835.-0.-J .:
( ver feeble they might be. We inquired by mer Savory, Dwarf Curled Parsley Curled feet '
15,000 superficial feet er 45,000
II 7ix-(bllector'a &,k.
what secret these wonderful effects
t I How beautiful-the starry nifsji, spring ParsleyCorlcd do. New LcalandSpinak inch measure.
When! i U* meek and mellowed: light were produced | and what were the reasons ; Flanders do. Round do. Green Curled Each plunk bring 30 1-2 feet long,-or, For Territorial and CV }t' 6t hite half the number oi planks being 20 feet, & ON Saturday the 1st day of August next,
,.1 bit the jocund vil1aC'jtrt'f'n; an unknown fluid-to a fluid which actedIn Mustard, Drown do. Long White >0kra.nhort i half 10 1-2 feet long ; -or half 18 1-s between the hours 10, and 12, A. M.
the human frame and which I shall oner for sale, in front to the courthouse
to
/ the dream of belonged Green
do. riaetu.
BeaoUftil deep, Asparagus, tion. feet, & half 12 feet long ;-or half, 16 1.2
'
When the ipiril, wraps and deep, .. it 1 Pursuing our investigation! as physi- Roquette, Com Ballad, Curled Clierul, feet, & half, 14 leet long. intliecityofl'tnsacda, the follow.
Wuuclfin 'neath Lethean spell, ci.ins, -we endeavored to discover the presence English Sorrel. Leek. Saffron, Skirrct, "4lh, of foe: ring planks, 11-4 inches thick, ing prup rty,'or bo much thereof, ee will]
I To a land where AngrU dwejl. of this 1uid. but without success. Mignonette, for feeding Bees. Sweet Mar- and 6 Inches wide. 60,000 feet niche pay the 'lertitory of .Florida and county
j We are informed that its action on animate joren,Sweet Thyme, Sweet Lavender, Le- of Escamhia, for taxes due thereon, up to
And oh I how beautiful to bodies the that be adducedof measure.In the 31st. day December 1834 unless the
is
MM, only proof can mon Balm, Early Golden Sioux Cot n, assorted not less ; ;
equal lengths
I. I Love'. unrhariit'd "fidelily, existence. The imagination there Early: Tuscarora do. I'arly Sugar do. than 18 feet.Eery .or Taxes are paid to the subscriber before the
Hi-art* that beat and ill fore to be its It ,day of sale together with all costs and
through: good appears principle. rem Early Washington Peas, Early JI.ne do. of the above lumber must be ,
True, and fund, and l r.utblultttill; tins to be ascertained whether these 'effects Early Charlton do. Early Hishop'H Prolific piece charges. '
of
the best asto strength and durability
quality
n..auliflil, when yean have sped can: be produced by the power of the Peas, \\ hue Marrow fat do. Dwarf Pro of full dimensions and IIENRY BASS.
O'er a parent' honornl hriuf imagination alone. We have tried the experiment lific do. Dwarf Blue Inperial do. .Early ;- crocks, perfectly 1 C Q A ARI'Sof3d; rate Land, fituJ -
free and
from
I; I* lUe: watchful ram we ble*., and hare fully succeeded. To China Dwarf henna, Early Dun Color from I.nots.that sap, stakes loose decayed' L OJ atcd East of Perdido liner 13

t In a ehil made the convulsion cease the by Eugento Sierra's land and others \'nean.
by lam] W.rrington d"'f beans Early Sixuerk; received Iron
i How beautifulthat iU be that contains
quenchless power charm/ which produced it-viz. the piece many the East, and West by vacant lands, and
powerof do. Rob do. 1000to
(' ,Vnnultdunl in dauke hU1'UI..Ut'.1 Early goy Refugee, or knots, although they may he small apd
the imagination'Animal on the south by the said Bay of Perdido.
1 do. White do.
Kidney VariegatedCranl sound.
: t l when futnn*. beam,
has Amount of Taxes &2 40. \
p Gaily if Id* Ii" '* varying_ ; magnetism now many parti- >ery Pole Dutch Case Knife Pole 6th, of CLEAR flooring planks, 1 1-4 JUAN bOMINGL'ES.
xaru poci4Uy in France and in Prussia
; do. Rer Cranberry Pole Deans, \\ bite dll.do. .
Virtue-thine this! inch thick and 6 inches w ide -best
glorious ; qual-
Th.-l1lla. of'rairellt way but the existence of the agent has never *- Large Lima do. Small: do dos Dutch ity. 1 O, C A ACRES: 3d. rate Land hit:;- .
i gem ray been ..atifaetorilyprond therefore J. *O vfated between tw o*Ba 'ous- ,
yet ; White Runner' do. Scarlet Runner do.FLOVtERSU&B } ,
,r T.1011 the fairest flower we call, it may be presumed that the effects which : MtfcrtUd. 13,000 feet inches measure. which first point marked A to n high{ pine, w
Crown of Ul-imxrt benuliAil. 1 n equal,or aasorled lengths,not less than
be T with two Crosses is distant 3
appear' to produced by magnetic Influence March 21 JOHN CAMPBELL 18 feet. miles west j
are almost all attributable to the ima i- from the city of Fensacola, bounded on all 1
: Influence imagination it* creating GlJcl gination. The ancient reputation of witches 1'RO31'E7'C.& The delivery to commence early in the sides by vacant Land. Amount of Taxes,

; .nl'l'l, curt*? /J".""* and magicians attests the facility with OP THE Summer and be completed by the 1st of (j.420.; .

r. 'I'' The eTscts! produce, by the working of which ignorance receives any impressionsthat ,Tollohatttt Gazette and Central Ad- September 1835.Payment JAYME FONTENAL.li .
I Mill be made if
the Imagination on men and brute animals may be presented to it. The exam- nisei.. required receited.All on ( ACRES of 3d Land situated

"t'{ are extraordinary and Incontrovertible.The .- pies! offered by' past ages are numberless ; .THE undersigned propose to publish in each cargo communications duly inspected and this subject VI JL 0 the west side of the Creek of Indian on-
following facts, out of hundred, that and, Wen In our more enlightened times City 4,f TauahjsseeFlorida, a touching pass' wl.ich 'Te
will be addressed to the Subscriber.JOS. empties ir.toLajou
i. intent be cited, are supported by the moat. they are not wanting /xmt/Vw paper, weekly paper entitled the '.Tallahassee: .' G. TOT'TEN, Lt. Col. xar end 3 3-4 miles N. N. W. from the city t
'- atthentlo evidence. "
Gazette and General Ad either, its columns of Feneacola, bounded on the N. W. ,
of U Brevet Col. by
; District est loiiiln Eng'rs.
A refused alms ,
t'' : lady having to a beggarthe will be devoted to Politics, Internal land surveyed for Fraocbco Vidal the '
latter in declared that she Superior Court. Eican ia Fort Adams, Newport lJar1'or. R... on
revenge, Improvements general '
intelligence S. W. and S. E.
vacanta Lands. ;
by A-
Feb. 2. 1835. .
would die In alt mqnins. At the expiration Omnty, Mil Term, 1WJ3. comprising the stews ol the day both fo- mount of Taxes | 1 20.
r :of that interval fear had Wm. If. Chase Com pit. va. Cora Ann 8lo- >
,
h approached, so reign and domestic w ittn'r chil or political. A O'l l-u i
effect the mind that it comb. Ida Ann Slocomb, Culhbert Harrison LORENZO YNACIO VITRIAN.
.j;' powerful" on lady's In accordance to custom, we shall
proceed indebted to Alden A. M.
persons Cjf\ ACRES of 3d rate Land situated
Stocomb and Caroline ALL
bron Slo
un an illness which terminated: Augusta in brief
a befort
Jf l 1' her life., comb heirs at law Samuel D. Slocomb the very manner of,the to lay : are requested to make payment *7.. vf 3 miles N. E. of the city of
public an plan o'nwhich
By the same working of the mind may deceased Deft IN CHANCERY. the Gazette anualysis will be conducted on or before the first day of March Penujcola fronting to the bay on the Eastside
: be day the next, to II. KELLY, Esq.! who I is authorized bounded on the north by lands of
ex pi lined the singular deaths of Pope'I' THIS came Complainant by his They will endeavour steadily to kif III :
to receh the
All and
e Clement and Phttlfppe Del l, who were and it appearing to the satisfaction view, the landm.rksQ/tlre ('onstautioli of e tame. notes accounts Francisco Touard and west by vacant
+P. summoned, the one in forty day, and the of Jlhe Court, by affidavit filed that the ItIP n",+. ..." ,, not paid as above will be put into Lands. Amount of Taxes, $1 733-4.
.other In a year, to the Tribunal of Heaven i iI the deters tall1 t" I ..... hOfC ht' bands of an attoruey for Immediate col- JAMES L. GOREE.
j Mattr ttt+ke the Ju l isdic o ertcjr'co | No. 10 63 feet on Church Street. A-
I \: Templars.
intend this Court and 4n As modern| ection. .
t aright.
I e t ion and flrmo line 11 MAS STONE, Assigne .
mount of'lax eg. 00 03 3-4.
mitten by dog.t"s state.'slana.
w Therefore it .Is ordered I.shall be slow tots will be our motto, we JSLAiA M. Jackson.Jan. B.
R.
: ; lderinr from.k DteFCourt the PIERCE.
t'!': s -w1tr that said Defendants An hose rand with politicalhtaresy l '
p p l .
et' politicians '
r'b1d"'r phobia I ; issue:: lAt giaa t e rt e s appear here on or before the.'first; day ol in opinion from who may nonestiy differ: 24.-46-td. --- No. 20 1 lot on the Bay. Amount of

to be treatencd,' Or even altackfC4-. by the the next term and answer the Dili of the v'It is our dcslg ,..- Fo all iviioin It may ceil n? Tiues $00 08. .
'jlnrti '', yr-.*ngum fl\r.rthl. kind complainant or the same will be taken for, sing I WHy to report the pas subscriber fore warms all persons ..lUNIEL STONE.
is recorded in a memorial published by the confessed and the matters and things thereIn *, cal views that 'I
Royal Society of Science, at Monipelkr, contained decreed accordingly. And it vocate, may have occasion: to ad t her depredations on his lands lying on Inttndcntia Street. Atn :;..-- .? Tp! ''M
17W. Two broth/si were bitten by a mad Isfurtherordered that a copy of this order as we are tone dispassionately, sour t he W. side of the Little Bayoucommen- &OU O6. -
dog. One of them almost immediately departed be published in the Panwcola' Gazette once freinds who lOa rued, and we hope OUI; ing at its mouth, fronting on the Bay of MERCED VIDAL.

for Holland,. and did nut return, until a ,week for four months successively. nicationa, will of favour us with! tommu- en38cola/and running up the same, eraracmgthe No. 134. 70 feet on Intcndentia. Street
ten years after. On learning that his AbAllt. fiEO.'P. wise their publu serve the same ruler other- > Point between the two Bayous Amount of Taxes $00 II 1.4. .
brother had died of hydrophobia, he was .", BALTZELL. Cfft. in the observant .ition will not take placer io the cantonement taking the depth back i ESTATE. OF XIMENES.

himielf taken ill, and died madness pro. _May Igih, 1835.-lQ.-
dined apprehension >ihtrlcroTWet Florida.Superior It will be 'the ,'partiality. MI the East side from the cantonment city Pnsacola, amount of taxes $000334F.
It Is recorded that a young lady, 'In ffewr; "'. _alt"i" render to their | (aim of the publishers to down the said Bayou to the lands of JfcnryMichellet 1'. COMMYNS,
Livonia dreamed that she had: been tossed strolls, till the satisfaction and back nearly collector for Etcarobia
i County M ' bye mad bull nd she died next day from Wm. Mitchell by his next friend Jesse C. ever the old ads if, bearing in mind howe 'unc mile. Also on the Bayou Texar from Pensacoia Jany. 15th 1835-6ui.

the eftVct of the alarm. I Allen\ Cotnpltl) vk. Eliza Mitt'bewl4QW\ tempt to pleats "they that would at- I the lands Shakleford up the paid Bayou, :
w TloMOt relates that a peasant ,having and Abraham Milstinl Admr, of Andrew ':y. vrybody vill please noboI t to w here the Range line between ranges 29 Office of the Alabama, Florida and Georgia ) I

( .dreamed lust serpent. had coiled round Mitchell deceased, Defts. IN CHANCERY -.,. Although it i and 30 strikes the same. Also on a tract of Rail Road Company. Pensacoia, >
L his arm: suddenly awoke In a fri ht. This coume untramel ,our design, to pursue apolitical 1 land adjoining the western boundaries of March llth, 1835.THE ? >

ti tf ar.n was ever afterwards afljwted Dy a. eonvuUive ills day cam the complainant by his' party* jod, by the shakle of any I the City of Pensacoia embracing a tract uiupwards Subscribers to the CafiUl block
T
motion] which returned several counsel and it appearing to the satis we would not be ,,to making this avowal, of thirty acres-as the law will be this Company are hereby notified
tiov! in a day, and was often violent chat faction of the Court that the! defendant Ellis ferelit ta the, imp understood aa being indif- strictly enforced against I them. that three instalments of ten dollars or
BO r!fbrt could stop It. Mitchell not in Inhabitant of the Territory pies. (arcane, of correct princlpnlal &- JOAN HUNT. each share, hare been caJlrd.fer by the.

1'i ,. Thdrea>nof the celebrated composer of Florida but resides in the State of They wish hovl Ap. 2 183.1.31.o President and Directors and that the same
Tartin1,. well known. ,lie mlirad to bed Mississippi. Therefore it is considered-by knot, that the\ [lri distinctly to have it i ifj will be due and payable at the Office of the
t, with a store ft1Itu.lcalldea* floating kUmini. will neither lead the van, }. Tavern.THE .
W of May
the Count that the said Defendant follow- the ? Company on the fat Mondays ,
l r In hl< sleep. he fancied that Sat.thnt i appear of designing poluitio Subscriber, having purchased the
I here 6n or before the first day of our next taW.intriguers, w jjtain June and Jaly next. ,
I petrel before him and played a lIOta. of of this"Establishment, has opened -
men
are principleSeveralcolutru
November Term and IM i in proportion to % THO. M. BLOUNT Fccry.
answer ,
coin- .
At 'it. conclusion the Devil it for accommodation etTravellers
,_ WuTartini. "heir interest. again
bill ti Pensacoia -I. 41.
plainants, of complaint filed herein i March 14 1835. -
eanVt thou this r* wlU be and Boarders. Every exertion will t
play Knchasted Oasette
the the apiVysof
or same will be taken for be confr ed. preprinted to E* tof
I with the dell-lous music he had heard In & the matters and things therein cont lined laneoutfchararteings Moral and Miscel- be made to give general satisfaction, and Mansion Home.

his dream, Taninl arose,,flew to his piano decreed accordingly. And it is' furtherordered for Sarurda' under the head of IteadJl the charges moderate. This Establmh- Biddy (.4)
And Pentacola Office
Stag
,
I and produced his finest composition which evening. meat opens on the Bay, and is c ncol thepteasantest
that a of title order be :The publisher! in-acondi-
U known the title of the copy pub of the dif- in the southern 111SFatablialimentls>> : now
by Device Sona lished IH the Pensacoia Gazette one a week Acuities of thei are fully aware country T tion to accommodate Travellers: fa s-
ta.This for four months undertaking but ,ihey ... D, A.'NORTIIR OPt ;
place reliaility Ofl.ca
successively.A great
I' Indeed was the imagination of an klce on the public libera- Jan. -tf.Kaeambla. greably as heretofore. The Stage
Ow and believebuamese ana
I''t' ,. or travellers from Mobile to Pcnsacola
't' artist. But what can be thought of&bee. attention
/ hat. diligent
_" OEO. F. HALTZELL.: C7k. and a a asteward Is this Ilcuse. 1'JI8)
at
Court now kept
of County
young lady who was taken" ill, and May 10th 1835.IQ..4ni.NOTIC public, will seen ..eak>us effort to serve the the
,
accommodations will be.le1h.'fI.I\e as
Tens
die tin the coarse of an hour in eonsaqienr -- .-- to themselves a liberal i April IKU.
share of te
*of fancying herself dishonoured by The patroi of .e.. ORDERED that Charles Le Baron, Sa comfort of. Trav ellcrs may uire. Q.
j" a kiss, snatched from her by a young gent 'HEREBY notify all pel'llol1uent'trued the centre City pf P, l a Uahaasee being located In and John E. Pringle J. W. L. bnUJO
tlern\q to whorn aha wa betrothed 1 One I that Iii reoka after the date hereof, I nature a td rids and surrounded btgntages 1 be appointed Rood Commissioners on the Blakely Jany. 3d. 1835.-44.-tf.

east understand more easily and pity more shall apply \Q- the honorable the Jndgnof ,given many' es-4., 'vrJ posesscs in a i West side of Encambia River, and Joseph BLANK Coasting and slave
readily the CI&.e that Is recorded bC .\ ,soldier the County Cootlof Escambia County, fur'. became t 4 id irs centre a larger poof : Forsjth James W. Earnest and John A. Dills of lading.
.uflVring-rom the maodi Letters Administration upon the i ..yother portion 01 Sunpaon on the East vide of said river nanlfeaUi of
Estate-j thjf
i if.,pay.vdied, the Yiry day: on which f JO NEH 'ODU deceased. if spirits,. Ida the same limits, hast C. EVANS, Judge.. ortgag,', Hills
-C.
,. hi r m;e was refused. *
Though it cannot be doubted that the in- renraeoli tttwJO II 4W." 111 r thete are many yalua M. CRUPPERMay,18 other kinds of JJIuute, ,

.; : Courier elf 1. which. .t doubt nuteehed 183'.- O--4t. for sale at this office.r .
r .., ,.the From til N*,. prtf at lla I \
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