Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 20, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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ENCOUNTER-OF THE-CLAN CHAT-i bcr, industrious- ,- orderly, and well-b,lucd. 1 of 'there;-who- happened; j -watch- their'I Idragged<<: (from the prc nee of Ins illlwndl't1l' hare- -the' best possible reason to know that
TAN & CLAN KAY. They are generally merchants, and ,, movements! noticed the approach an a-) !' h.ddu and her family timlrr nun rircumUuees he follow prophecy wa* made long '
The incident of the conflict of two select appear: to be doing w..il( sonic of them I ligator among them lie give the ate nand tllll be moreeasily imagined than before lu lug intent, Inasmuch a* It was
bands of Highlanders Perth on which h'\\'e made a clever} little and I they flcdmetm-' d lt'cuon. The r.-( i JeM'tll'd = xiM ,tird in this paper, more than twenty
the tale of the Fair Maid of Perth has been have verycomfortableeatahlishnicmitsltheyare 'I mat gttc; chine to a lad, who alone wred :..1 I riflrtn hundied! tit,Unr* of the money cars ago | and w e remember It w. made
i founded, i Ii one confirmed by historical! and al.o, on the best terms w ith the n;i' still\ unconscioti of Im hazard till I>V* ":ere found on hh |l'I't1>on The ml he the subject of much sneering comment at
tradition iry evidence. The following seemsto lives, who come freely into the settlement pursuer had gained& upon him too dap. .. ;'iuad expended iu U,c \'ur base of furniture the time Mr. Evans, the run who made
ba the most authentic account of this singular for trade and other purposes, and hate no I I Ito leave him a fair race to the land( jiff I &c.-lluonl)' excuse: ass that he found the it, wa* accounted insane, not only by time
pitched battle.-About the year 131K, apprcheii!>ion of any future hostilities with made a desperate effort,and sprang 0 ri.../h( 11 j d.at/ I but th ,e i i- 10 doubt (HIm all the public generally,but also by Ibelrgisldlurr* 0
a serious feud broke out betwixt two confederations them. HI' saw se'craloUhet'tty kings the water; with the Incredible force wt :;!".jurcura:laiuTis* th"t 1 I..' (01""li it. Ile np .fPrnnsvlvaoii&\ Marylmd, to which be
of lliqhhnders, and it was resolved oC the neighboring tribes who came to))UII. fright will sometime<< Inspire. Cut ht. **n. I rimenishlutsclf.nty i :I tr! 'jnofa rei that the difference should be decided bya ro\ ia w bile he was there, attended by their cuiy with his jaws yawning! was U-c'' ;I family In lluiu-'eti, South Laroll! irojirl act forth In the prophecy of which s
combat of thirty men of the clan Chattan, servants, and colonial agent, who'received behind him. He Mitered his pll\n-t\rtltd'' IIC not only perceived And maintained tie
,. against the same number of the clan Kay ; them, of course, with due attention, and short alxnil commenced furiously, Ut'U.\t no.Thu excitement cirntud by ibis, arrest in HactitnUlitj.. lut !bad actually devised
that the b IUle'should take place on the gate them the customary presents, with and! dashing Ihe water into !his e>en. {'I hit Umistllle \\ a4I, e uuueitiunU: great iu the the iiifuns He finally obtained a patent k
North Inch of Perth a beautiful: and let'el \*hich they were much plea d.'A ntmi- ttmietook him by curpii/es he "Uijn| meadow, in part surrounded hv the river her of the natives, botli mm and boys, (Hit short, reared his slimy laxly out of tits;water -noetiiitttlihl. hud coufidt nee enough in
Tayt and tu:it U should be fought in the no women) ate emp'oyrd by the colonists for a yard. and went. down lail1.f'The f/'i-omttie 1./4',n 7'imn.lI'ARCS. his piojecl to make advauert-and the
presence of the king, at that' time Robert 8llIcrvantlorlflp.! ., in their families,work boy turned about und pulk-fl away but the April 18,-Auioujr.ttll time lob ,patent Numbered on his bandy without
III, and his noble for wages by tAr moon, or mouth which animal noon followed him afrt' h. l heCaine ricalioiurtUiledin Chtnibtrand the lencfil to himself the world. lie died
The diy having; arrived whereon the they are alwujs cartful to demand at the write wI\IIrclIl"t'tI. with the sat.me vie newspaper, on the suljccl of the Amen- poor, nrglrcttd, and probably heart broken -
combat should! take place, the parties On div, and are i try Mire to get Mill sate that built i'nrlicx went behu, the can claim*, and the treaty which reducrd like many an ingenlou* Iran before
7 each side were drawn out armed with sword The children (including some native surttmcy A crowd was collceU-U U.f.n' them to the form of liquid obligation i I.' him. In using the word" prophecy we ;
ail,1 target axeanddagger, and stood looking ones) are taught in good schools, and seem this lime<<, and about |I'ut oil" 1 1 ho Ind a matter ()(.urr'ruc, equally\ to the memt do not mesa tn nut ty the idea that F.tansovdCtiKcd :
' on each other with fierce and sane \fJ learn their books' with great eagerness rose again, A fought off bill foe 'g,in t"r-r* of the diplomatic UK!), with whom any Mipetnniural gift/ or power ,}
> aspects, when, just as the signal for fight There I i.x also a Sniiilu) Mlivol winch and, in a word ftcrnuking t\\il'e.\I'"- the fact (a familiar Unit neither dt'lnUnlIur or du(nation. Yt hat foretold was merely -
was expected the commander of the clan linn n mood many ccholais, and is well sup- ken up safe anti\ round at the last pojnl of journalist hate !livid their hands I.n an the result nf M* sagacity, mechanical
Chilian: pt-reeived that one of his men, ([>orlid'Iheclimate, >*hau-tion,while II, hnllgr)' monster baulked mice'dole which would hate thrown more hmgenuuy, and knowlrclgt of tie properic -
wh,>*he.irt had filled him had desertedhisstandard. hesnj'*. bdthpfitf'tl. There IIC his Iniot)'. with a surly relucttuice light oil time chief point at issue, than all ('C .\I'am, !.> the intent ijation of which
There was no lime to seek ano 1,11 i no winter but the rainy season, Inch if. monde good) his ritieut, that has resulted from a fortnight' incoantdcbute. *- a large portion of his life w a* devoted. tAt
; titer nnn from the clan; so the chieftain! in fact the mot pleasant( tune It dogs| Now )ou are welcome to all this .sorlol" limiting the first U) > of the In the case of At"nl.bt,1IIo acqinred
tz is his only resource, was obliged to offer a not ram constantly, but only a few hoursin sport, but I w ould like to be cxcu.fel. Itwcreniuihlo revolution when the (atoms King of the fame and fortune by carry lug into operation I
reward to any ono who would fight in the' the day, with internals of as mum, and \ indulge in the 'ing..um.ilous trench Will mill tit'ee'tully, ana Lafa) emit : the !intention of others, while the) Inventors -
v' room of the fugime One Henry Wynd sometime tt hole days, and \enld! lava at nmu..nml'lIt shooting blackbirds, ..* the) ua Minting nl the i.util! nee \ille be ihcmiK'ltr regained unknown auduiirewatdfd I r.
a citizen of Perth, and a saddler by trade, a tune,and the weather is terj rarely; such 10 here, by the buahd-a bushel .a hoi litem the proclitnialu of the public, later and more fortunate men .
a little bandy-legged man but of great ns to interrupt either busmen or pleaMiic that's a fact I and the institution of a iiumuichy surrounded hate teuiod{ the adtanttjrca to which t:-
strength and activity, and accustomed The whole! >ear is mith more iigrteable! by republican liiviitution' the tuns and other, hitcoiiieniporarie-a: polatd .
to use the broad-sword, offered himself for people of color luau 'urs1m r"'l'lIrIUl" lJ"riiu'afAliint lt> jlertn's Duke of Orleans neiit across the barricade out the w ey. .
for half a French crown, to serve a part of soil about %Iollro\\.\ is lint fertile, I/\< -There'mill of the following cane to ask au Ink'nicw with Mr. lines, the A 1'lie time w ill come when people will\
the ttan in tho battle of that day. but there is good and ri< h laud iii.cut Caldwell to i 1.1 1 probtbl)' o<'ca-UMi much suru ate HI met lean inlniKter, who, hike luo-t. of the travel 1 in "tagfnuitrdly steam engines,
ymo S The signal WM then given by the sound and some other wttlinitnts, hrrg, the rcumilc community It will serve diplomatic sect aul of time LniiiU Matt, i* from i,m city to another ulnioul a* fast as
ofthe royal trumpets, and of the great war the colomstswho cnUivntr the giouml < a- us a u warning to employ| ern, to be Ctuiion know< n to have entertained opinion on the birds fly, lifltl'l\ or twenty tulles an hour.
: bagpipes of the Highlanders, and the two idly raise cissnda: potatres, and other u'aetuhles whom they entrust with money, or lacilltusof subjtct of government, luting a decijol 41 A carriage w ill\ set out front %V'*.bingon -
Jf7.rt, : parties fell on f'al'h other with the utmost and are ginning to rae mice; inibc/zlumnl After all h*"wer, leaning toward aritocralic i and igonar- In the morning, the ptuwngtr will\
.p fury, their natural ferocity of temper being which however, the natives can furnifhus the fuel that such ill the law is perha nol e'hit'al form The objtct of his Royal breakhsl at llnllimore, dine atl hiludclhia -
excited by feudal hatred o- mst the hostile yet on better terinx The miin.d flints much lo be n gi.lied. Charach'r-tncd in- Ilighnrt; a all toihdute .Ur. Rite to gu to ) and sup ot New York, the same
elm, zeal for the honor of their own, and of the country, such MS oranges plauttins.: t"gril-I. tin best safeguard .alas; |>tcu' ihe Hotel de Ville and convey to Lula)' day.
a aeoncioustics: that they were fighting in ind bansnis, efpocialh the last. arc nna'h ,11 ion. and it is well hut the ina..uuuctif etic tho"elTrct: of hill own conviction on A steam engine that conkt-ntea trim a
fHcwnroofth,! king an 1 nobles of Scotland. finer limn tho4e.or the \\"e"t Indus he law should be otficully estauLaht'd\, the all important; question w Im h was then quarter to a !half a cord of wood, will drive ;
.\" they fought with the two handed After this, we are no) surprised to heir in order that theist should be no indue under deh rlilloll. '1'he American ?Minister a carriage one hundred and eighty mile In
.. word and ae, the wounds they inflicted thattheculonistsoith very few exteptions nienl to place <'onluli:nre without the utmost" coiincnlcd, and during his subsequent twelve hours, w nh tw enty or thirty |>awengens
4 i on each other were of a ghastly size and (fund those cushy accounted for,) are not tntiiecoiitictioiiof the existence of thai lay In Paris, a. perhaps now Washing" and w ill not consume six gallon of
:, charaeier. Heads were cloven asunder only satisfied, but highly plcll'I'11'ith tin higher and letter. KCI:rny.ulllllcl ton, he delighted, to recount the part he water. The carriages will\ nol be overloaded
f limbs! lopped from the trunk. The meadow: tate of things about tin m, and full of courage t+ lie .Molt, whohe arrest on a played at this crisis of the revolution. putting with (ud| or wM<'r. '
was flooded with blood and covered with : and hope for the future! and we are thaigcofinl/ '>t/.zliiiirnt we mentioned a especial emphasis\ on the cordiality (''fht'lOC engines 'will drive boats. (ten or
de'id and wounded men. truly glad lo learn that they remember few days) since, was yesterday lumdu'ted In with which lie was I iccelttdby the venerable twelve mile per hour and there will be
In tho midst Of the deadly conflict, the often talk of their fni, 'nds and benefactors time (.ourt of NcHsiotiii. 'J he iadirtnit al- old miter, who for the numcnt held the many hundred steamboats running ou the
i : chieftain of the clan Chilian; obseived that in this C'oulltr'hh the cruitnde whirhbtv h'lcd that while in the employment of dexlinletof Frame in his own Mississippi, end other western yttej, aa
'I' henry Wind, after/ he had slam one of the rumen thiin, and which certainly entitles (:forge >V'. Holland, a comu i..ion nier- cause in the rt'pl't'IIrnlalhe of the Arne prophesied thirty years ago. by one who
e':.in K.y, stood aside, and did not seem w tiling them to our best wishes for their continued: chaM of this city as clerk he embezzled can Republic, Lafayette thoiifibl he law could predict then better than the poet
to fight more. prosperity and ucces. and appropriHted to bill own use, the tumor the personification of that pure form of government can now. nut the velocity of boat through
"Howj* .thu? said he; ",art thou a- two thousand dollar bctoiujiug tohex with which he desired that his the water can never be mado to equal ihe
,1 traid 1 Pmi-osor-nY OP LACGHTI'n.-Much maw: lxJetfi employ.. country might be endowed, fiufllcv it to velocity of carriage\ through air, because
"Nat; I," answered henry but I hate u mined respecting tho rhl\flt'u'r of nn Ills (touncil Mr. M1eytook k>excep- nary that ibe mission proved meet'nful, tbatLaCaJ.t'Ue the reliance of water i i. eight hundred ,
done enough of work for hilt? crown.." I idi\idual by the tone mid expression of bus.. Iio'i to the Indictment contending that an allowed himself\ be t uuviucrd line the resistance of air.
Forward and /fight !I" said the Highland laugh 8'IC-f'HIt'em, i* indicated 1 by a loud alteration of the law had been made by ihe iind that Mr: Hive knew! how to exact Posterity will not &te able to discover
chief; "he that doth not grudge hi*.da)"'* chuckling laugh which seems to be a species Recited Statute, which, inprotidmg fur from ihe King and hi. Ministers the priceof wht' the Legolature, or Congre*.,.did not
work, \\"iIIllot stint him in,his wage" of crowing over II supposed inferior the punithiuent of such offences, had linnr that Intcrttmtion which hud eontributcto grant the Inventor such protection: a* might
Thin encouriged Henry Wtnd again The smile: which accompanies this kind of r itedit to case here the property takenw essentially. to smooth his path to the hate enabled him to put (operation iheao 1t
plunged into the conflict, mid, by hill excellenre laughter mingled: with a supercilious: ex- a* that of onntherycnon than the throne. great Improvement sooner, behaving it ,+
as a swordsman, contributed a prCMsion on the brow, and a conceited l curl\ tr. The Recorder acquiesi'rd in nnPluY.1 kH neither money or a monopoly of any Tt t
gnat" deal to the victory, which at length' of the under lip A loud bourse;! laugh always ception, and dincll'd a tmllf i> PHILADELPHIA May 24 exlmlng. thing'f'
fell tit the clan Chatlan Ten of the viclor indicates coarseness of feeling,no less entered, and the prisoner dicbar"oo'-I TheStnkt.-The JS bchirlkill front of OLIVER EVANS.
with Henry \V)'ud, whom the Highlanders than vulgarity of breeding Never expe<.tjmpUhv bid. this city, Ii.. worn for several day a singular -
calf'Jagriw (Tom (that is; the crooked from one of this kind of laughers I asprcl. Throe hum of buninco in It I Mated In 't the; Alexandria Gazette,.
b.mJy-l'i? rf/i,_though he was a sad- Ho may be generous and bold-he may Prone the Cincinnati IIAif, May 19. I lunched i the coal yard are deserted ark that>V. G. Jours, lately arrested in Pltimore 4-
her, for war.saddle wire then made oC, light for and defend )'ou-but he cannot Iltltimte and ItemariuUe J'ratul.-A shut t and every kind of business i I. com on the charge of robbing the Pout
steel) were left alive, buraz-j4erc all jtnpalhiM t9 with any of the lender emotion young than 2:1: years old, of genteel ate i letcly at a stand. The Coal heaver have Office in that city, having been released
wounded. Only one of the clan Kay *un:ved of the heart. There are certain iiidniduii pearauce, was arresteul in Lotuiviile, on: determined! that ten hour. per day i I. as from Jail, inconsequence of the reqtiit
& he was unhurt. But this single indi .... will not laugh on any occasion ; Stituriny last, by Mr tiaffiii, the 1.rlbaJ'o much acomportwith their comfort sad bail in hi. case being given, irnrocdiatcly
vidual dared not oppose( himself to eleven who rp to bear continually in mind' that (.tin* city tinder a charge of having coiuniiltcd -' dignity and have therefore decreed thai ailed for South America.
though all more.or less hurt, hut laUfhter8 Vieaih their dignil TRey lICu'rll! extensive and remarkable no one shall urk no longer. They hate
E throwing himself into the Tay swam to the them>*)vfsto an,agonizing extreme fraud*.-Ho wo brought dnectly tolIU 1 1i truck. To tin there would be no objection The Stock Marktl;;'Toe excitement -
Kf other side, and went off to. carry to theft W refrain fmm"nw a,wing, lest they city i and I. now 111 eoiwcoiifiieineutin| our i if they did not compel other also to caused by the fire, ar/peaitd -- -
Highland the news of his clan' defeat. It might be thought to be tOil early, pleased Jal. .i r ike. If they can afford to live in idleness lo have checked operas nu' .
** I II said he was *o ill\ received by hit kinsmen with a common Joke. Such men votrue The circumstance are a* follow't:- I it i I.perfectly right thai they should> Share*,. Vt have he''
that he put himself to death. coxcomlxi, who will octet do any d/ng About the first of tin month, the)'oUD'1 have their lal.our j but they hate no tight sales were made at fyancf
Some part of the above tory is matter of better or worse than make themoeUes ridi UllIi i in question calling himself ..., to constrain others lo follow their example but have r
tradition: but the general fact is C'ertain.- culous pn-seWcd for vale or eichaugc/ to the Clinton About three hundred of these men have any positive M'
Henry Wynd was rewarded to the Highland borne men make great use of laughter Uvnk, in Columbus a draft for feJUUU, banded to prevent all buslneu on' the bharea have
chieftain' best abiUUII'fl t It wa C'onYenation.of hey reply to the remarks purpotmg t,*>tA drawn; bybe Dccalur Schuylkill until their demand are crm offer at h1
rennrked that when the battle was over of a companion by a peculiar laugh of approbation bank of AUbama the C mon Bank of plied with.\ _They paraded the street commanded C'Ar.. Or.y
he was nol able to trill the name of the clan which sates them the troubleol Sew York The Cfrtton Uauk took tile by a man with a drawn word in I
he fought for replying, when asked on .understanding, or even of hearing the draft and gave for it OM thouMUid dollar his hand, and hate threatened every mat JI'&J
which side he had been that he was flghtln word of the speaker This faculty of laughing in lavnty, and a dealt un the l'haiii with hi.death who darts Ui lift a piece of I-.,, t .
fur his own hand. Hence the proverb, out an answeris i very conttmrnt when Uank of lewirk, for Iwo riot .wd.'t he roaL All labour i I. impene'ed.. Even the:
a Errv men for bin own hand, aa Harry one fall Into the company of a prattler om )'oung man immediately repuir 4[ w.1kJ.J hand in the canal boat are not pertrmltteblade
Wynd fought." proper to whom it i* not contentful to give place here he void lb. drall oiJihe Pha- their own bout There are iv
______ QI1t!'* attention It I*. a sort of xl 1 tbrHruuthodof I nix liink, to one of our rcwpciltble broker *el. 'in the river waiin.
LIBERIA replying to the conmnat. I *, w ho agim a short HUM iLerwaril*, freight( be coal! Beaver will
FROM THE. NoaroLK IUIULB. without listening to the peakeilltttun old it to a &1:1I1I1I&.n residing iV Urbanuu low them to bet KlJ* .
We hate, seen and talked with Beverly /taleaman.Awoaros. The pruouer, wrhiial in Can earl amid The hand in th?j1 dare
,Wilson, a very respectable free man of color pre\tents lo his departure r Louls- to load, let their yu'::' *"'
who has just returned from Liberia, rroamrim,-The follow ing tough ,me. patted part 4)f the time b fhe name tied. IkJru.'hP'l.. testy
and bring the latest advices from our colony stories are related by a eorreyjxtiuteiii of of \ bile here, be bfj tht a good without a freight die nan who a...
there. He went out from this place a- Ihe Daltinvtre Patriot. 1 be) are pieuy deal of elegant furniture, aiweie which ed lo work was assailed\ by !lie labours ,
bout I8 month"*ago, in the ship Jupiter well in their way, although IK'roms wnii .a piano forte, carpel,.& [ fie then and beaten most rruelly. Ilia head wa ''t
for the express purpose of teeing the actu- mall gullets will find it rather difficult to repaired to Louisville, where ) Was, (on : laid open with a tone, and he was otherwise There t J.b;:;..
$lataleand coalition of the tetilement wallow them, Thursday,) to leave t.etD"> vied W a i ao Injured that his life was ronslderedIn Yn, ..,.
# vltkblt own eye, and after staying there 1, for my port, should prefer an Indian highly respectable: young la| of Out dangvf. The Mayor ba been out teve- T...,. .V .SS'SSKj t l dausr 4 Ov K7r"
z lppwktdd'pf 14 months, to satisfy himselfi hunt with iheiraltgdtor*-though that by i'1..ce. 4% eral lime lo the scene of diaterbance,'and A moat torritl wgtr betel y ..
i the subject of his Inquiry, has come (lie way, i* no joke There have been instances 1'be draft/ on the Decatur 1I J I uy this ba endeavored, but iu ..In. to persuade Who rbnud his Wetboa, ."- '
bit onlT to take hi* family out. Hi stateRaeslrtkerefore about here of jch encounter, and time, wasp discovered lobe 1J [ ryjandcivrt them to resume their labour, Vve, learn IU!. stettr sad brother, ,, ..
A' i II worthy of all credit | ofaneecape, i if not a victory'on the bu the Cashier and also of thtllj. ol that time employer. indignant at Ihla outre- O,... replied Moor, Out I* Wtl t-0M&..' ",,:u '
,. sad ve are happy to hit that be fully eon- man aide of toe play Nol many ears since the CluitoTi Dank, ImmedunVJ pairedId (eon* Illegal and insolent conduct bare determined OiUi, N21.. I'
i>nnathe' account which we had prevlout- one of them pounced lu oJdenly upon a ibis place Iu pursuit of LyUu at once lo engage hand eJ..,. _r I
jy received of the prosperity & stead pro. party of small negro boy, who were bathing their'arrival here, they v.' dos she where ar an advanced price. This I* M A mat painful accidrot, aye the Eve
H" of the colony In all its civil and mo- near the shore. Very naturally most Mayor and enlwteued hu soul t (larshal's.ervlve.ln should be. If this attempt at coercion ala, poet occurred ,.last. Monday, at the
iaJ InterI8t. 'of Jhem ctbjerted0 his company, and aiding to di cover: fugitive should prove now successful, there a ill MUiunr Ac dmy4 w,e.tl1oint. Twoo(
n. u" more parti4gls rh,'"-. Couod I 1p I scrambled off aa weU aa they could. One lie wa snout traced w the Itl '* office I be no bound to their demand, nolimita to the cadets were aioiuiaf Ibemaelve at ftn
,tnw ,.u ie bonier, enbe tlte Olf and I1 I !lad. was too late, but hew'a* too ignorant before mentioned,a* well a* feral Qtb-' tbrir violence and Inaolrnre. Ill supposed Nag, when, In Ibe heat of pjay., the foil of
"" VaII'r 01, M1MIiairsflfief'n of his danger be frightened! aM considering piaeea. After a good deal lurch, It I i that thei1WUureudopted by the proprietor onrwa thrust into the eyewihe other ft ',
gnat I it too good a chance fur a ride to be ascertained that a your .. Inflicted
sea wa j I uuaer- t (the yard will at once restore penetrating lo the brain, wound
Peopkareitway.rLlytopronoun I ptllit. Iloat,' he dextroufly contrived to mount on Ing hi. description had lUll a steamboat matters to their proper footing, and It ia ofwbkhtne unfortunate cadet fa' ton of
time, the ago of iroprovtofcNit Ta pel-i the hack of the animal and Lelrode him 1 tw Lwi.v l1e. The M< r and the confident!j expected that business will be Capt Caner, of Virginia) tfk&tS a few
emphatically tM are of Rail RoaJ.1 lib The creature whirled about threw him off, cashier tit the Clinton. Jau law td I in vigorously recommenced to day or to.mor hour*. The anguish of mind npcrtenred
snapped at him said him a cut in the pursuit, and soon after them de- ruwJlUQ/tl. the aurI" U .... tiad .
h.J their and icaw .flt/m aY. gave IrtVkl by e r.....& to ia.
Uy, (weUne
,head t when it occurred to him; a* bit t*) *, covered him at the house of 'oUIIZ la tense that the j liteli *t 'rpi heu km are
tail from Ltawter t*Philadelp6; ; that the way-to chase him off washy gouging dy to whom he wa to soon marriedThey j'YMA* National htllireftr eolprtalaedtUt|ri f wUlwhoUy overthrow
,IoN per inlets rosary CT* year* ago, 'hll ,i ; and he managed, with great presenceof iouaedUicly hurried h n board A REMARKABLE FROPflhCY; bk reason' *: 'L
behe eat of conjTKtiitjj a Rail Road J mind,* to little finger taro the the bolt oa the eve startle brought A strong iupicion naturally\ and justly The two cadet wf indms meJIiIJIIr. A
thin Colombo. Tt L fellow'. eye some how or other,till hefsir him hack to Cinclnoaill and 1 him tit i attend announcement of art? prophetic were prWtWrf tlMfo irons for inert nont
pUr to couatry'VMBx4 Vy worsted him-long enough at I least, touVitnil [ail aa before stated They man IBm to have m 4. Moat iatpoit4iit progrewtenullfflprovcincnt is his escape to the shore. Louisville passed by the oaw Ludlow.f I ia all such rate veryconvincing evidenceis laMmatenpf the deceased enured JaJa t'e
when a 1..1..t..COll.. 4k\ I am told by a person w ho witnessed theta (which He believe u hie real late,) and i requited to satisfy the reader ot hearer, subscription to erect a talubJe watonfai,
I be dragged twenty miles I day, Bat thtuirl M> that similar instance once occur- ua .taa ding wa ao revpectabi" Ihaue, that that the foretelling was actually prior to to the memory of their iU-bud as..1ace-.
: I at Savannah. A number of boys wept every body eeeocd over N ith' ..- the performam r. In the race lo which the
\ In the stream, bathing, la plain tight of \.OI a11mea&.r_" ,tteniKin of our reader U DOW Invited, this Clothe a philosopher; ; ia 10 r.f' f.J.
1 I r wharves sad ,... &. A penoa ou one The eeeaaEwhkb occurd 0 IdI evidence i ill abundant sad eoocluaive. V'e beat Myioga command no regsr: .1;

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weeks after date I will apply for guitar Ac For each volume a beautiful- will be entitled to 4 copies of the <7/ nf&..
Pasengm who arrived In the William '
,, I ade Mecum
SIX the
mil or -Modem
the hon. the ly vignette title (painted Acting
Gibbons from Charleston On Tuesday aud Voifirl1Y. of Admistration to enf'ae page
Escarabia County Weir and engraved by Durand,) and a Drama, either all of one or part preach
'who took the Hteamboat NewEngland ont Judge of the County Court fly
t: SEVENTY SIX.-sr WM. c. JII'.""rr. wiate/FRANCISCO EGIDO copious indet; are furnished. The ternls as they may request, and they will i* fur
the afternoon of that Arrived Hartford ,
day, at ,
What Iwrow from th. woodland warded to their
mod. t according direction
earl sprang BERNARDO PARGA&JUM2001 are roc DOLLARS per annum, payable, for one
hour On-Vvednesday
at an v morn-
, J, Ing-thus performing the wkoleroute from When through the fresh awakened land, : : 18>>. allctuef, in Qd a1CC;. It forwarded b], 1ea1\ In addition) to which they will al:50:
Tb thrilling cry of freedom rang,. fc. / the earliest mails to. subscribers residingout be presented with copy or the Novelillt's
Charleston to 'Hartford'. Coa in three
ADd to tIN yoks *f wades liningThoyeooun's LEVElTa Wholesale and of Communications Magazine, containing the productions
t Y'. fonts- Com. 0SEPII S. of the city New-York. ; 01
dogs .
and-akalf.-N ,
-. iro* a.iJ| eT mail.BOOT A SHOE STORE, Dank post.:,afd, must be addressed to several of the beat .writers of the present

buUcli.... of Palafox and Roamana the Editors. No\ subscriptions received for day.
TCNKCMCI Wmev We have been tilt!. flung the cry to hill arMwd, Corner
the Nashvill presented by And ooa mart replied to mart, Streets. a less period,than one year.NOTICE. Address C. ALCXIMBCII, Athenian Buildings .
says Republican, June *>th 1835.-JS.-tt Franklin Place Philadelphia.Dr. .
CoL will \ hby Williams; Sbenffof our And Ktraaai, wh M cpring war yet.nnfiwix.

County, with three bottles of wine of his Petted tar .away the startling sound Htm Away. Lewis \VIUI8

own manufacture, one of Madeira, one ofChampagne ; Into. the font Uart, up and Commit- 18 hereby given that the Books for rcceiv professional services
and made from the Cape a Mullatoe Man ing subscriptions to the capital stock otheSoulhern ( OFFERS to the-
I one Then Mareh d the braes from rocky steep, Pensacola.
grape ft is two years old and thu color Front mountain$vet wift and cold\ Jt.TAKEN of William, he U life Insurance and Trust company -: June ia-14-tf..

and body are fine. The Champagne especially Th. WJ r. of the stormy deep, .J years of age five will be opened the office of Thomas I

I ia much superior to that for which -Tb vale when gathered! waMrs lp, .. high, thinly Douglas Esq. in the city of St. Augustine, Hun *fu>atf Slave.NOTICE .

coo sometimes pay 15 dollar* per doe Sent up 1M strong and bold. : built no particular mark about him, says on the second day of November next at 10 I is hereby given
on. r he belongs to Nathaniel Barnett of Montgomery A. MM and will be left open from time to I has been .
At tf ih.very eartb agaln Country (Ala.) and that he run away Urn by adjournment,until the whole of the committed
a Custody
Grew quick with Qod't creating breath, said Mulattos stock shall be subscribed not exceeding thirty my a Negro
Ffm the ApalicUchota A And from the toiU of gro*. and flea, that Nathaniel Barnett the son of Cl. \\ il- days. )
'the mart. He Is about 'five
In our last we promised our readers. Ron* rub of lioa-hert own hint Barnett..formerly a resident of Florida LOT. CLARK, feet
mult of an exploring expedition made up To baw. b thdMtk.Th Town In Escambia Country.Ttwewaar R. RAYMOND REID, high says he is 23 years old, of a red com

; Bayou Leiand: by a party Of .gentleman to forward THOMAS DOUGLAS. plexion thin visage, long nose,, and has his
'from this place and Columbna."The wift whole bass fin*smltd 'hal.ay..7h. is requested he Commiisionert. upper (fore teeth decayed said Charles

object of these gentleman ms well aa fa11,feud bride .(yeat.r-eve. prove, property away law, or rays he belongs to Bucknor Jones of Early

t. those on a former occasion, .were to ascertain And aged l.sin aid kaatw gfay, ,. ,.will. be'1JOSEPJlSIERRA.4ealt with according to United Slate of AmericaWettern County Ceo-, and that in the year ISA he
c' on Bay the tired warrlbvs haste away, to Benjamin J. Brown.
whether tha numerous Bayous Marihat. District of Florida Ktcambia belonged
r; Lake Wlmlco, were practicable for safe ADd deemed 1& dii to Jrine. June Ph'to l8333,4L-iL Deputy'. County, The owner ia requested to come forward

+I Steamboat navigationif so, what owns Already, hJ the Strife/ begun| ,* To the. Marshal of tAt Western Dittrit prove property and take him away other
s twr of miles ?-the actual distance across Already bleed on Coneonl' plain Prospectus GuttingWItEREAs'P1erre wise he will be dealt with according to

the main land from'the point'of stopping Along\ the springing gram had run, Of a tie* ro/..M//A, New. York Mirror > U. Colsson of die ci law.

I '" to the Bay of 8t. 'Joseph's t-and 'also a And Wood had flowed at Lexington fin HIS,Work is .devoted to articles from hath this day filed JOSEPH SIERRA.

I > description! of the country and wit across, Lik brooks of summer rain. JL the pens olweU'nowp and distinguished in the Superior Court of Weat Floridaat Deputy Mankal.

I 11: in order io ascertain. \ It is beat suited writers, upon every subject Jha Pensacola in the County of Escambia June 6, 183 .-.1.l3.-tC. >
That deatb ain
for a Rail Road or Canal in ease the << on the April ward can prove interesting to the general reader, exercing Admirably Jurisdiction bit
, contemplated new town should be, located .Hallowed freedom all th shore\ Including Original Poetry-T.tel and Essays Libel and flaralral'a Sale.
stating alleging propounding
, II fa fragoipnto fell thoyoke abhorred_ Virtue of a//o. directed front
at that point humorous and pathetirk-Critical notices BY
substance .
II ollow.
lion. the Court for the
The footstep ofa foreign lord Superior
We are extremely happy to find there and choice selections! from
{ Profaned the sal -Early That on or about the sixth day of Ull; Western District Florida I haH proceedto
of the last so flattering-It js of no more.WB both Americanand
port party the best publications
I new eighteen hundred and thirty three, Michael Vendne the 1st
sell at public on day of
such character as not to admit shadow of' Scientific and Literary Intelligence -
ti, English- Carrune became or ",indebted to the saidP.
Excises next in front of the Crourt Housein
t the minds of the most scrupulous nor WITH I of Countries August .
doubt on notices Foreign -
-Copious II. Colsson in sum of money, the balance -
And to the traitor who-aYera Pensacola, all the right, title and interest -
I nata the practicability o(.the pro!eet.
: engaged
Correspondents expressly whereof due is three
now remaining
That terror of Jobn Chabeaud deceased in aud
coward to
the word ,
prompU ; ,
the Bayou explored exclusively for this Journal Strict-
They report and -
hundred dollars and &
two cents
I seventy :
I how the following tracts of Land or in so much
size and order wide My country thy trpulcnw,
to be one or superior ores upon the various productions in' the that to secure payment of Aid sum of mo
And show .word- hereof will satisfy the above Execution
I straight and ia a measure clear 'of thy victory-hilled for the notice : aa
great I Fine Arts that an Presented ney the said Carrune executed to the said
ItsYtavigttion And teach burn Koobl thy same ard costs to wit. ,
'sitegtt aleS trees: upon
logs, overhanging and approbation of the public-Elaborate !
P. II. Colsson certain

Old undivided fourth of
toeetb di.hesor The two
one part
Europe oat,
Is equal to
In.eyery; re.pect and beautiful of Art EngravingsMusic
specimens I commanded
8choonerthen owned and
A minion each iwhemled ... by I Concessions of land of 800 and
would i one arpens
and superior U ". of the
greater 'maDpa'; etc.-Notices of the acted Drama
said and called I
Carrune. the Madison
Lady -
f, CbattahClOebee'm..r. Ami atUliona the. would wall about. from the other( 1600 about twelve miles from
and other .mueemeDt.-TraDll.UoM afterwards
t That the said Michael Canine
and being in Escambia
Pensacola laying
i It is said that the distance serous the mainland Wia NOT WITH FaiNCBlNo the bestnewt works in other languages, became indebted to P.*II. Colml and! ,
the Tensaw road. Lev"icd
t much nearer than at the point bfi -tho'ah* hath whhrld thy gold ; Frenek Carman, Italian, Spanish etc.- Co. in New Orleans, tor Goods purchase County the suit, on of Lawrence Millaudon uponat

I : tripping otTjhe Bayou Ellen. The genlle'men With generous blood who dare w.lcb.m..1Wha. and an Infinitive variety of miscellaneous of them and to secure said firm in their John Ollie Executor of the said John against Cha-
ft 'did not cross however, on account! of .oWm* a nation's honor sold, reading relating to passing events, remarkable debt, atranferof said Schooner called the

(he extreme heat of the'day, and the woods TJi; rountleM II. ber IoN 1, Individuals, discoveries and improvements Lady Madison, was made to Alphonse beaud deceased.. JAMES W. SCUM Marshal.

being on fire, but judging from the eoum' Can all the gaftrdon thou mad raillBe' -. .la Science, Art, Mechanics, etc. Miltemberger, a member of said'firm, in ,
the river it ,
distance of a- .
i End riUm.ted
for crime' inrrcuelCan ete.
: ; fMOtnpt'ftC'e whose name as owner she still remains: tit June 6th 1833.J3.fiLNOTICE.
r' "oalflte, tnUes.Surveyors r crimson IIpIk.da.h out the stain In announcing the appearance of the that the said C. rune ... availing him- ,
, we are Informed, have been Of rice; entailed on year of pex. 1 thirteenth Yolumt of the NEW-YORK self of this ,circumstance' avoid the .

I despatched to layoff the-town and more Waa'ov FRANCS I MIRROR; almost the only duty which payment 0 his debt due to the said P. II. persons indebted to the estate of
thaw probable the Iota will be brought into wrra devolvesrnpon its editors, is to tender their Colsson
I t That the claim of P. II. Colsson WESSELS deceased are hereby
No not ( famej there' homoEarth' '
.r market thlstfan. We hers been favoured : at many a theirold
most cordlaJltuowledgtment.1o & Co. has been'ruUy4iach.red and the notified forward and make
with of the and think its ar holiest blessing now DlaUt sight plan, fiends for the continuance of their
" support, brother of P. II. Colason claims
fully nent and all those having against
'ranfemcnt wtt and Judicious-the Bid battle'. feat rise nigh lb. dome, Mason ,
\ very and to proffer to the numerous subscriberswhose to said Schr. Lady to said estate are requested to their
make reconvey present
And an I It there to life .d
streets are wide In order to give A free n me. have been added to their list ,
the ai&d-M. Carrune which he I. at all attested for settlement.
accounts aegally
For will the sheen of
to the bred" 'which will render conquest drywidow'
I t lea ; during the their thanks for this
'I It healthy and salubrious.' Th* teat it eaoMil t to I low T past year, lines ready to do: wherefore the libellant GEO.'W. BARKLEY.
mark ot their confidence and .
11 Saveral gentlemen have also volunteered rrom on)6an) d '-om. th* low .i iirh.WiU approbation.To prays that such relief may be granted him Administrator.May .
;w : ,their services to sound out the channel ol j tone triumph baaiah 1-NoWAS. the Conner they can only_ reiterate the nd'decree made u to the Court shall seem 30th 1835.12.-6C '
1 assurance so often'conveyed that as the
In the
I. the Bay knf have been.engaged: at it for meet premises. / r' City Taxes. .
soot wmr FuAMCa 1Romrmberinji t JfiVrwbesVnow-tttcweded in preservingtheir These are therefore to admonish and' to
I tome"aaysby; the.last'of this week, they la thy darkest hoar, goodwill through the arduous 'p dcde cite all have THE is now ready to re
persons having or pretending to
C I will accomplished, when we .will When thou wait poor, her fleet. .her.men, of its Infancf and its youth, solo maturity my right or Interest in said schooner Lady the City Taxes imposed on Real

l !" 'p resent U to ourjreadert: ; \ With tI ft. made.wmk a Briton'. power;- it will endeavor styi to ,deserve. the applause Madison, her tackle apparel and furniture, estate, Slaves, Horses Carriages &.t.. all .
WkhJVedopiFnn *was kindred fottf which Its eariief effort.received. To to be ana befot persona paying the same on_or.before the

S I ; CONTJS'fW 17; :A>.WI1\L&,: War. not with bins, the wavering Gaul-. .h.latter-flWirwouM: observe, that no exwnse court, to be appeaL holden m ..sathe first first day of May next will be- allowed discount -
The'prreent< for the put forget' tJiajLJw spared sad exertions re- 01'15 pro rent, and all. Taxes unpaid
H'Whah-re from-different elatsw Whenjeveral : Monday of July next to show cause It any
i veasals! are anr of UM An, who than dealt the motive satalt axed to render It at least as attractive and they can or have, why such relief as is on the first day of-August next will be dis
I theleodlat That s the land of LaAyette f popular any'of contemporaries. Theixperience trained for according to law.
I .places dt Captain prayed for should not, be awarded; the libel- PABLO PALATES
Admirals., of past years will give confidence ant.
Uttyted the They have iappeNIll' '
{ \ Steam Carriage in Dublin..-We learn to those whe have watched our, career; 'And whatsoever shall do in the = City Tax Collector. ,
i .ft board one of.aa..tUP4 every night, to you premises j
which ail present ere invited by toidtatingM from the Dublin papers, that a ? Hibernian while the volume, that will sods close you shall duly certify unto Judge Pensacola April Ibth 183 .-5.-3t

: flag before sunset. I attended on one e-7 Steam.Coaeh Com ,")lu been: established will be an earnest of that which Is to come, aforesaid together with there presents. NOTICE. !

I I these oceisions, and was much amused I by ,, for the" running" of Steam, carriage to our mbre recent! friends; so that the reputation Witness the Honorable John A. Cameron AT 'the next term of the honorable the I

I the peculiar alaag of these people. Come.ys called the Erin, Into be seen 'almost already secured to our publication I Judge of of said Court at Pensacola /I. County Court Escambia County, to

I w '. the Captain* take a Cia,-, .)'olA'1i dailytfaveralnroneOr M other of the streets may br maintained and enhanced. this sixteenth day of June in the year be held at the tity of Pensacola, on the
of Dublin. The Directors,1' says atew.1ft' To both.*. beg leave to declare that
'em half I eighteen hundred fives of
find pretty much Spanish, thirty first Monday ot October next, I shall apply
' guess." I enquired of..who had been Telegraphic Despatch of Monday last In'the ORNAMENTAL EMBELLISHIENT8 the independence of the United. States, for the settlement of my accounts u the Executor "
very prudently never gave iprenon ) of pie MIBHOR, the best native talent -
rotating some exploits with Whales, wheth any the 69th. "itecTaded and '
of Louts
er as never felt that 'bewas -In. danger 1 notice of their route or the hour } stilt the has been engaged ;" that many painters GEO. Pi: BALTZELL Clk. move tlf final, PiERjjAB arged.>

I -Why,';I always thbk,-.If' I bad .a good crowds are tremendous The Eritr..- on have received commissions from us for the By R. M, FORBES, D. Clk.; IENRY MICIIELET,
I lance,'.the fish is most in danger? ,I naked Saturday, left the station at Clontarf with eyecut'tonhfpnbjects of national history 'A True Copy. ,. I Executor.

another whether h.had ,yer. met with a large party of ladies and gentlemen, at and national scenery and.that engravers of J..W. EXUMMarshal, b .
I an incident t ... I cant Bay'exactly' :aa bow one clock, going by.Ballyhough and' An- the first merit have been secured render JOS.SIERRA, D. ;. April 11th, 1835.-5.-nm. ;
1 .,, JLhave.. though I came plops near it{once. neslejr bridges, through. Abbey street these works Ulng illustrations of oar numbers June 20th, 1835. ,,,., a NOTICE.AT .
, Grafton street, to !ephen's,. Green, round However beautiful may have been y honorable the
I' ocr the of is-pa's of the
GOOD AD I! g"l ANOI 1 '- the next term
->Mi. .ol Whales.and .all which it went three, times, at the rate of the prerediftg.worke of art which have ornamented NCE..cola. Court oC EscambU County,to
19 It then returned to the our page&D however loud To.uthor *Q,safe County the first
'mts except ma and house Mayor of the city orPen- field the of Pensacola on
t. be at city
station in Great Brunswick street nd h been the which ..
at the.creatureson frequent applause r ..grant permission to te A-laba- Monday of October Mi, I shall apply for
'em ,fflrtiras where having taken ins supply of water, it has greeted.their publication, we have no 5n+ri4a'and Georgia Rail Road Com- settlement of account aa the EXEcutor
proceeded to Saekville street, at the time light atlsfactiotiia being enabled to state my ana
tid( It abe '::i6aDY to enter with their road In any one of PUIUPITLeowcio Pwrro deceased,
crowded with of
vehicles deseriprlion. that those
every iaftcparatkm an -
> made of : surpass .
min i so This street it.traversed *repeatedly, of the kind <. r known in" thtjffStatet. ,,!heng street Sec. I.of Bs said it ordained city. by tkt Mayor and .move. to b. finallyIRYrgedC11ELET,
showing the control' the No
perfect steersman literary aaite
stand'wed pr---- City (I Ptftla. :'Executor.
Aldermen o/lA
lias over the vehicle be turned a; dozen In thin country has ever publshed of
rc he and he la b rebyauthorised 1835. 8.Brn...
coin That the Mayor, April llth. -
It times in a ahdrter apace than any carriage extended circulation Ltfuirted such anis to the Alabama I
drawn by horses would have ventured of course (he bttflsK the Mirror, which to&grant permission Rail Road Coropa- NO'lIUt.i,
After going round Mountjoy' equate, and ty to the nayeTfe prppf of its oongeniali- Florida their Road in street the next term ef the honorablei tie
with any
Nt other leading streets'on the north aide any to enter AT County, to
Rueltaate, end an unequivocal of the Day of Pen- County.. Court Escambia.
"e city, the carriage returned to'jhe Its;system and the principle leading to the' waters hereinafter provi- be held at the city Pensacola.. on the first
tile conditions
at Clontarf. The total abseil t' sacola on Monday of October next, 1 shall apply: for

or smoke and the little nojkte! taI ] s BtiifvrthtrOrdqine I
?crass-i,, 15 most extraordinary?* LISHME> r t UARTO STEEL EMBEL- have selected the street of ADCLAWS TATASCO deceased, ana

here'spoken/oT was built, we traced. detifnedt painted and'en-li comp any desire' to-enter laid City mate to be finally d ch.rtecUENRY !- .

llibernjxdi Company; bj Mr. titttinigether \A.nut awfmott eminent orotMUrywill In which they the and Aldermen I .l4ICIJELET.

hq fias gone over to Dub < be pbli hed toL with.their Road, that Mayor M lbS Introduction .of ateam, YIN S : L WOOD ENRAH reserve the right to designate I835.-g.-Cnv _
v ,
jnuneroua shall be "
used -
&reec- selected
..vniing on common roads In the sister using a-e* |sirsliveof curious atnd interidentt part of the ao I

,tiM;:; kingdom.=London Uttkanic Jlfagazin, with shoot< s *: and autt qut ties, by said. company.' Ordained,. That NOTICE.
y Spanlah DiFTY of French Sec 3. U U fwtker of the .honorable the
w.. I PIECES such fir the next term
raid' haver I& :Lectvnt on JEcfar. Professor Mtnwy SiC ran Italian and British MU- said company shall' provide proper AT CourtoflAtamb1a County, w
; wfll afford a passagefor
of Dartmouth College, ,.be some Ouitac-ae the Pianoforte 'Harp, usual fixtures, aa the of VUOMO, on the
_. &Mt' any accident ; igedr of sad be held .t City
the transportation penGIM foods
- of ..tocthP1Oce In month ago delivered eou..o( lee tore*, The earn first Monday of October next FsnaH, epply
lilY Road.
ga s OiLl da Year In New-York on the mjurionseffiBets of the our hI ] yu%hlckha* presided over aerossthe track of said for the.settlement of my accounts of the u-
: ''c' rH jt Sec.-4. B. it further Ordained, That
\ 'J.,, ;.,... prevailing fashidtabtemadeottigittlaelas] intend dall IvL SELECTION'S, will superJPLENDI this shall 'be w con ecutor of MAII&JQI41Jo..y, deuued.n4lDO"e
In ordinance
receytlydeuveredaleetors on the samesubject princity lh and the nothing
reafiar'to discharged.
appear to be finally
of the
the Corporation
r :: to the good that NorthAoptad a hjchfcuM tat this department strued- deprive MARGARITA DE LA RUA,
: +IOTHE>;,tkAR1AO.AtTUitE. of which the Gaxette of place, speak* sAd et> i ey here hitherto been, novelty right of communicating in any way, 1:1<<1IIriz.

i' ;:. \\.eaae'-the manners living ... they follows,. :- end tilence, the beauty of he ,poet- through the lunHsof the City.JOSEPII. SIERRA April 11th, 183S.-&-< m. __
toads By means .of a skeleton he demon I ,
'diboatsaquieUr* any n, p&ro menu melody of the accompanfmousfx -
ticvlarlyifJtwv ahilfln a.W, lobe ...aliae4.n. I arat4e effect compression on the vital '. Presideat, O'AT ,

wan"itrset perambulators were ;tickled parts, aDchbowuoaeIUlitely'tha& the pN clew nor FOREIGN COR- ,Passed May 90th 1835.' -- the next term of the honorable the I

5'0- .this morning with a new caricature.General play of the rib. and lung lieu much coofl- descanted 'N ; ia too well known-to be 'M.-CHUPPER- :. Cou"01 kalnbia County' to

Jackaoa? ta represented standrniperiectliriktiff ,ned that only about half the quantity of air state, that here i this sufficient to Secretary. be held at the dry of OD the trill

and erect holding in CIOe hand necessary for Ihetaaltb.' can be Inhaled. A toed their t writers have prom- Approved June2d., 1835.: Monday 01 October D- S abaUrplI. far

bag ofiioney labelled StiooQOOQ, and in dandy tight laced U in much ame situation meat; > d __.ion In the home depart- C. EVANS, Use settlement of lilY eon4ta ucuter the E sad e-
the other a tolerably thick ahiUeKn with the as to breath&air,that the consumptive man notwithstanding the enor- Mayor. 01 Joaceiw uu.a': deceased,
label, "1&'. well\hat'Oll paid it or by th* la,who.elupgs are half consumed by disease. eontic9 i we have incurred, we shall OFFICE PF THE move to be.finally d .eb.d.

Eternal-" Opposite him stands Louis Itgenerataediseaaeeof the spine projec and !,proprUte all available talent, PkiladtlpMa Gemtltme Vetdt Meat .- IIENBY )!1CNELETi

... Pbillippe, replying'thus, ":fat another dons of the ahenldera,, and the. professor Mirror .i Increase the claims of theloasods The Modern Acting Drama contain au Executor.

word my dear General, your apology IsaJl stales that there are aa many victims to this On glocomng > the Playa and Farces 'published' in the April llth, 1833 -W. -
mow. a .nfleiewtH It ia,a little,piece of pleaaatry cruel custom in theHTbited States as to IBtemperance. we commend forth- Gentlcoan'e Vade Mecwn.: There are many .

.. tolerably well .done, and about ut" We ridicule the Chinese uo la t*the notice ,,nd. approjjarklrror of owrtxAaeriben we know who are d. l'O rlCB.
.,; near to the apology u the old Chief will tom of compressing the Met, and yet tu-I. t tlronsi preserving them. Those who wish AVING ,

t" "t ; ive.under his prestat fedinga.,.--AW Y. tke a more cruel barbarity upon the heart, seryOiodo Tbe U PuMaUieJJt eAna.tre4 to proem that work and thereby'Reur. Hdeceased ties 011 the EatsIConrt o fe&IJIbia

and lungs the mat of rather more vitality y t the corner Nassau and lliairasnariirpirrtinn of the paper eomplete, from ; the
I.. than the Instep The. professor exhibited 's p | Ja etegent printed to tht witt ds>wail to forward their name at once, those who have Claimsgaius: ally
'.,,.'"f Dar Door.-The location of the New a model of the celebrated Venus de Jfedkta to ( on fine paper, aa there are but few copies 01h, Modern Estate an vegvated to preaant them ItC!
York Dry Pock Is at length decided. lib 1 by way of contrast to a modem Ins figure, It b embe. _. ,oil nonpareil type Acting Drama on hand. The attested foe settlement snd pOlO
' ta fe.balk.t th. Wall bout and into occu.oflltfhttlkof I showing conclusively that ell moat perfect with a very three months, terms Ac are explained the advertbe- a/q' requested to mat. plyJDenL

the .. lobe scam-t igat. I forms. are not mouidejl,on. the>f"*p priacl-' a+eea nest In this day's paper. '-, MARIA O&KTI1VDE Role

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at this day scarcely a Male, or ev.a a eity fat the ty) took quiet possftsetea of one which had several thousand dollars in the t'mtrd mount bank no tf>t passing from i.

U 13 N .2t !t Qt 0 11. fJ. union, where owner of property In PensaceJa Just commenced naval earrcer, and shone States Dank ) represented himself to be hand, and scarcely any coin. It i irtilt 4-
tint lit f'ounJ. worth twenty thousand dollars in cast, to f'rm..a satisfactory estimate 01 the
SATURDAY JUNE ey Property rose to a price something forth in maki like purify free from pot
80,1833. and expected to receive ten thousand dollars sums which daily pass through this opera-
FOURTH OF JULY like that at which lot have since been or blemish. Front the same fruitful source, more In a few months | that his father lion } they fluctuate from %Ot10D00f, to perhaps .

We are old in the' heart of New Orlean Capitalist appeared a test and, shirt, both new and resided in South-Carolina, was formerly a 15000,0001 About .2, OOl Jmay
requested to that oltheeitueosof ;
N1 meeting were anxious to buy at any price and holder, clean and now with the assistance of pus, member of Congress, w aa rich and himself. \ possibly be considered a*. something an
will IM held at the City a_eing the bubble constantly'ruing, but never ser's and aocka and heir to his Immense weaitn. Among the average, average for its adjustment per.
1111 on Monday next at 12 .o'clock for the pumps my own cap visitors at the boarding bou.eVU Mr. M haps OO.axN. In bank notea and **. in
purpose of making arrangement for th* celebra dreaming that it might bunt, refused to nell. It an>t floral I I stood arrayed for the bnll.-. and his family. With this family the spec)1..' By an agreement betweentbe different -

hon of the 4th of A attendance .U now apparent that there was then, no 'IJb.taa.1 One of my messmate, with the assistance young man speedily ingratiated himself, : bauker, all check which hav* the,
July. general tial basis for these speculation to rest upon.- oichalk had managed, partially to conceal and fell desperately in love wilt the eldest name of any firm written acroM them must

requested The only thing that gave them the least plans) the many wine lfraae spot, which daughter an interesting young lady of paw through the clearinghouse! conse-
t sixteen years of 11 is attention qucntly-If any such cheek should he lost
NA VAL.-In our last we announced the ar- bibty was the unequalled advantagee of our harbour bedecked his mole-skin' pants,'sod with courteously reeehexl age and all went were well the firm on which Indrawn would refuse

mal of the U. 8 Sloop of War Sr LO\ll8.- But experience soon shewed that we lacked nearly a pound of the article towed away In The )oung lady moved about full of jtl).. pay at the tolnttr-a circumstance which

She 11 from a cruise to windward, and IM what was then Infinitely more important, a rte.vigable his atarboard coat pocket, with which to nuances and each time she appeared in add greatly to the convenience of corn.melee. *

from Port Royal Jamaica whence the MU river to connect us with the i interior We touch up again, he announced himself arm. the street..there appeared upon her perrpn The advantages of this system I Is f
some article of men that two meeting day have been
new other fan ,
jewelry or
I' td on the 4th inst All well on board. W. were tan oasis to be lure, but no caravan earn ed at all points to resUlth a\tac_k. of beauty cy ornament, Ihe gift of her new lover. recently f'ltahlilhf'd-cne at twelve, the i. '

publish below a but other officer (b refresh themselves. at our grateful fountains, or In the mean time, the bargain betweenthe other at three o\'lock | but the payment of

The U. S. Sloop of War FitMocrn arrived to crop the green herbage of our redundant pasture Another poor youth appeared, with coat young man and the father of the )oung balances takeplace once only, at o o'clock.
here from a cruise on S.turdalut. They bean *. Holder of property became willing' to buttoned taut under his throat the lady was concluded Mr. M. wee lo Kate If all the private banks kept accounts with
up ( his the Dank of h would
situation In the Bank and'f'nJ1lJe In England be possible.
on board, at Havana, of'tbe death of Com. lien- sell, but no purchasers could be found Th 'thermometer ranged at 8-ID the ahade)- the wholenole grocery Lusine! the young to'carry IIn'lhe whole of the transactions a I

Iff' place had risen like the fabled palace of Aladdin alas, his extensive wardrobe of three and a man furnishing Ihe capital. The wedding w iih a smaller quantity of circnlationa medium -

.We understand that Capt Rousseau of the in a single night, but it had fallen a* quickly. half shirts, could not foreverkap tlean, & was fixed for Tuesday evening, May SU. ."/fabtogr oMaciaeryaad Man P 1

Falmouth, an being the senior Muter Commandant Mobile and New Orleans now possessed the ma. now he endeavoured U> remedy the defect! An rented-a elegant new brlt1 dwelling had been ufurluerg.. F
cosily piano and splendid furniture *
of the squadron, takes command!, accordingto lie lamp that gave power over the wondcr-work- by exposing to view the ample surface of a had Men procured But alas I the SPAIN,-BT l'rtolxseos LOIearst tow. LIt

the usage of the ..!'Vice. Some difference .r, king spirit of commerce Money may build towns, false collar, which peered forth high above prospect before them no redolent with joy i 1&1I a beautiful morning in Jllne.eo btoau- r

opinion seems to exist, however u to this point but in this country, nothing but commerce can his cars; while his nether parts were enclosed and happiness, was suddenly overshadowed tiful that I almoat fancy too self in f>paln '. *.'

of professional etiquette There are here, two sustain them and twelve years of painful in a suit of bottle green, the gift of his by ihe black clouds of disappointment\ The tesKclated shadow of the honeysucklehes
exPO-I and, as it happened to Wolsey's ",, motionless upon my floor, all I If it werea
separate commands for Post Captains The nester,has satisfied, us all that we ran much respected grand father. In this com Ihe third day came n chilling froM I." and figure In the carpet, and through lire open r

Squadron is one, and tie Navy Yard the othe commerce without a direct permanent, and facile dion he made known his (intention of engaging destroyed all the sweet blossoms of window come the fragrance of the .'

Hitherto the latter command has always Wen held communication with the interior So much for in the cool enjoj men!*..f a Spanish hope wild brier and the mock orange, remind-
A linte more than two months ing me of that soft sunny clime where the
Post the commander of the ago< ,
by a Cupt junior to the
paMt. waltz and thus in best know
nriou.ay., young mAn had piemntrd at the (lintcn very air U laden like the bee, with sweetness .
Squadron But owing to the want of sufficient At present, thing have begun to wear a more to reefers, we all raised a sort of Poitu- hank in Colunibu, Ohio, n check purporting and the south wind

precision in the Regulations- or to some other I cheerful aspect The certainty which Is now be gueae rig suitable to the occasion to hate bn'u draw n by the Stale Rank Comes over the gardens. : and the Bow*

ease, dift'rreuereearl,. arose out of the! ginning 'to impress itself upon every mind, that "And oh, did the women but know the of Alabama. nt ()rutur on the I'htrnlx flunk ers
of Ne"'-\ ork for three thousand dollars.andicceived That kissed. it are betrayed.1The
of the officers attached
conflicting opinions about to be with the
we are supplied great & only extent of the privations vexations and extremities
for the same one thousand birds are carolling in the trees, and
to the respective command These duffs desideratum. which is necessary toquahfyusfor to which we reefer are reducedin dollars iu Clinton lank notes and the balance their shawowa flit across the window a* 1

ranees it is true, have never been productive commercial prosperity, ha again given an impulseto our endeavours to pay just bomnge at in other monf')'.' With the money they dart to and fro In the aunahin, while

of'an;' serious consequences, but if there enterprise and property A... rises in talttf,. beauty' shrine; coald-ibey but view ut thus obtained he hud proceeded to Cincinnati ine murmur of the bee, the cooing of the
here lie exchanged at a brokerV office doves from the leatvca, and the whirring of
be any such obscurity or other imperfection wilMa Ou tntt tAres m.*tk. leers rapidly that U
toiling by the hour, .le render oujvelve: the one thousand dollars of Clinton a little humming bird that has Its neat In '.
in the Navy Regulations u to give tee to them, k meet to appear in their presence, they Dank notes for those of the Dank of the U- homy suckle, send up t sound of joy to
t it is time that the evil were remedied are safe in saying that within the short time the flow like the cremate
high would not, and could not ,in Justice to humanity tilted State After while it wee ascertained meet rising sun.
Amplrprovmon is mad for the meeting of office above mentioned lands a"llot. in tb. neighborhood and themselves treat us with so that the check was a fll&tgrrj' ( it was of the! south I I low- JilL* a summer morning -
4 in where the Rail Road b expected to terminate also ascertained that a pan of the money In Spam.My .
of different grade at sea, or foreign ports bo much behold
with Inch
neglect as unmerited
which was given for it; Lo had inrned to recollection<< (Spain are of the most
t the relative duties and authority of commanders upon the bay and for miles in every direction : Indifference, or allow ua to be cut out In the Bank from "a broker in Cincinnati lively and delightful kind. The diameter

:s; of vessels and tho*) of Navy Yards, seem to bean have appreciated in. value nearly tenfold their estimation, by the glare) of a bit of bullion Thither an officer of the Hank Immediately of the soil and outs Inhabitant* -th* ator- '

omitted subject in the Regulations& to rest entirely and in the mont favorable position mart strapped down to certain dignified proceeded, and learned that the money wu my mountain and free) spirits of the
and add; the received by a clerk, who could point out north-th* prodigal luxuriance and gay
upon and tkanjfty( fold yet we may buyers
analogy shoulders.
usage right the south ih
Ihe Individual from whom he rrcuiied It voluptuousness history
The following I. list of the officer of the are more willing to purchase than the "To town we went, and in the evening if he were to sera him again ,-It was also and tradition of the past, rcsfiuMluf more

St Louis No list of the Fulraouth's Officers lolden are to sell Fromthese circumstances. under the guidance of our,Vic Consul, repaired ascertained that the person who exchanged the fable of romance than the solemn chron-
has been furnished some estimate may be formed of the future prospects the money had proceeded .to Louisville Idle of the .\'en.aon and vet tuajesUfi
i us. to the balL We first entered
which too a aa To this place the Dank officer and broker's language that Cilia lik* tnartiaf music on
await us The time will come ,
Charles S. McCauley Esq Commander. loon in which a brilliant company were assembled clerk proceeded in search of him. lie was the ear.and Ilieralurt rich in the aUraelive -
Samuel Mercer I at Lictenant and it cannot be very.remote, when an iminsnas: of and fiction these but
i and elbowing our way through a seen and rccog nixed In the person of the lure poetry ,
Richard H. Morns 2d East India trade will be earned! on directly with regiment of Spanish young man who wa*. to hate been married not these alone my reminiscence of
officers cavalry artillery
N. Charles Lawrence 3d lie Gulf of Mexico-when the merchant and on Tuesday evening lie waa taken to hpain. With these 1 retail the thousand
Charles M. Armstrong 4th consumers of the south will no longer be dependant infantry and militia combined, passed Cincinnati! in the Steam boat, ard villdoubilcsrfbe little circumstance: and enjoyment* which
Archibald B. Fairfax 5th on by a low flight of steps to another, seat to Ihe Slate I'ruton at Co always give a colouring to our recollections -
it Francis B. Stockton Purser on the importer of the northemcitie.., in which were spread table teeming with lumbus. At every place where he' had of the past t the clesrtky.=the pure,
?. Samuel W. Ruff, Surgeon for this important branch of trad refreshments and then to the been, he.paused by a different name, and balmy -the delicious fruit and flower
a room on
k Gen W Porte Assistant Surgeon, In his trunk a memorandum of the places -the wild, and the elm tree
".; Samuel Swartwout, Bailing Master FOR TUB KJl8ACOU GUJlln.. left wbere we gave spoor cap and swords he had visited and the names be had assumed and the olive by the way side-all, all that
t tt Mid.hipmen.-Wm. M. E. Adams, D. Ross A FRAGMENT. and received, in return numbered tickets, at each place, was fouud-as thus make existence so.joyous, and render the
r, Crawford, James McCormick M Hunt Jr. T. From Me vattrlogfed Journal of DteTMvtile'Doeiitar thereby renderlr mfstakaatwlth\ regardto Columbus ilaon I Cinclnnaui \>bite i son and daughter ofthat dIm the chit
Kosciustk Perlop, Wilson R McKinney J JFemur' J. LouVsville' Ludlow f and ao on to the number deem of impulse and sensation.
MaTrast, Ben). S Ganrt Jas. B. ,.Midn. meumand tuumV"pert aly sWeressaqr! ; of twelveorlilteen j vnslderablcgood As I writ these words a shade 'of sadness *

IftUudSdward; Donaldson "Square the Jam fore and aft, Mr Two and two we retrace.irW atVpH" to money waa found In law Intok \ al...a great steals over me. 'W hen t' think,,what f
Oe.er:; C. Wade 4-, cried our Captain, and let Ml thee the ball room. A rich WsTo'f music saluted man forged cheeks, and some papers that glorious land ,Ibl.hl", an* what it 1*
Boatswain, Chas Woodland resalL" our ears from a band stationed, in a re- which Indicated that ue was concerned In ahlhbauded"robI -\\ a ature1altndtd H should lit; and
Carpenter R. D. Bury what has made It- heart sink* I
eIY perpetrated in New man my very
Sail maker Thos J. Boyce, Aye, aye Sir," was the ready answerof cess shove, and our eyes war enchantedby fork about a year since. What his real within me. My mind Ineiincihely, revert

Purser's Steward M. W.. ,Ayhrin our first Luff and in a few minute,. under the sight of fifty or sixty couples, speeding flame is, or where he belongs, isenreloped from the degradation of the prtttot to, the I

After the foregoing was in type w. were the impelling uence of a gentle aea- It through the fascinating maze of a in mystery., There Is some reason for the glory of the past or, looking forward .

politely furnished with the following list of the breeze, ,we swept slowly through the, narrow Spanish country dance-Wfcel a concentration belief somewhat prevalent here, that, this with strong misgiving, but with yet
iJau-rroa..be ftivre.Vfb .
Ludlow with the dozen aliases belongs to stronger hopes,
Officers of the Falmouth paaaage which forma the entrance to of beauty waa there! what dark eyes a gang of scoundrels who have carried on buruUhw armor of the Cid stands In

Lawrence Rousseau.. Commander, he harbour of St. Jago-de-Cuba. On our and yet darker tresses! and such beautifully their; works of vlllsny for a .long. Urn In the archives of the royal tuvscbtn of Na- '

Rorbert Ritchie Lietehant, right and towering high above us, arose the moulded forms, one might Imagine h* this section of (the country, and it jnay be drill and there, too, is seen the *rn'cnr 0't
William Pearson Lt Ioro-Caatlewith antiquated cannon beheld.so Venusoa da Medici Instilled that the securing of this one will lead to the rerdlmfnd and I.bel".t Uuxruan 1M ,H
James II WaN La, many many detection and apprehension 'of the rrrt the Good, and (Oontalod Cordova sad of 'J
Henry R Teather Lt. frowning upon ua from every angle, and with life and gaiety. or- auoooaed himself Whether or not it will so torn ont, time only other early' rhanpionajof Spain r but what I
Charles Q 'Hunter Lt presenting a formidable u well u romantic suddenly translated into tneprescuce. of can reveal. band shall now wield the .d.ol the

Henry 8 &Coulter Surgeon appearance. And now the scene became the flotiru of Paradise.I "' Campesdor. or lilt up Ole bather of Leon
John R. Pukworth Ast. and Castll ,Th rain of Christian castle-
truly Before us extended a have oft beheld with the charms
Nathaniel Wilson Purser, ; picturesque. rapture (Itartiir 7/ou .-The following Description and Moorish feaxa Mill look forth from
William Lambert Act Master placid abet of water, which branching forth of my own sweet country women the rose of the clesrlnghouaemust ap- the hills of Spain s but cabers isvtb spiritof l4'
Benj. Bunker Act Matters Mate: iJI numerous. armlets on either aide, pursued buds of the North and lilies of the South, pear curious and interesting such of our freedom'that one Arcs then. rhUdrca fat .
Charles Melntostosh Passed Midn.. its silent course inland, and meandering and have knelt with devout adoration at the readers as have heard of a Gall IIIe (loth ? Where lithe I spirit( Bern.... ,.;:,
&, Whittier Mid. knowing codel Cartrio and Ptfaa oVarg* and ;"
Albert ,
of bankers'! account, without the ,
Mtdn. first to the right and then the left, at length aorta of foreign beauty yet sever have I 6hn it.
J. W. Brackett, I particular mannerist which It is accomplished Aloaco d* Afulllat foree1'tr.ltep
Will H. Cams, MidnOoogh ,lost luelCco the view. In the boson of the seen aught that could vie in personal attractions :-" In a large room (in Lombard street final It never.,,,. .best high In t
W. Grant Mid a. green hills{ while on either side fruit and with these fair danMv'of St. Jagode about :30 clerks from the several London the heart of their degenerate *ont ,Shall ?

Napoleon Collins MidnWm. forest trees spread themselves on the sides Cuba.. "I Bankera, take their station*, in alphabetical lescedanucf cI 1'eUvo how forew be-e. ,
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H. Adams. Midn ."ilk* cattl. nj>Qti
neath an Iron- yoke
order at dfjks placed round the room, .
and of the elide W ourselves _i&l& partners,
summit overhanging at provided
Aot MJdn deinalrisdombf*. ,
Sam. C. Barney Boy each having a small open box by bit side, .
Leroy U. Anderson Captains Clerk, nee dejighting the eye with their rich and from the maay nymphs around, and joining and Jh name of the Arm which The dust of& Ctd lie* mla| |*, with

8am. Starley Act. Bova.t varied foliage! ,.and soothing the ear with In the,dance soon lost aJl remembrance long .in large characters on th*wall above the dust of lh* obi; c..cu.t bttt ails spirit i* '

Tho. Robinson Act. Gunner the eloquent notes 0f the many bird, that of time, A place A ship;in the overpowering his bead. From tun* to time other clerk not buried with hUarfi1. 1i sleep'basis
C. Bernkhow Act Carpenter I dead. The will coa"Wbea .tN
Peter day
nestle from every Loose enter thv room, end passing not
Severn D. Mmattmi Parser Steward, amid their deep neceaee*.- and Elysian like enjoyment of along, drop into the box the check due foot of the tyrant JIIiJJ.. shakes from the .
Abb.-SanvV. Hawkins Ball Maker was Onward we* sailed ;-and now having the moment And" then cease the waltx. by that Inn to the house from which this neck off brava,aed gen i-olis

left at the Hospital on the eve clout departure rounded a point, the city of St. Jago opened Ye spirit of Fidlers green inspire site with distributor 1 11 sent The clerk at JIlt table .I people! though stow lgoora,.t 'degradedand
'on the last cruise.Thus suddenly to the view, about five miles language meet to describe. lit .with ode .,enter the amount of the several rueck Jo a much abused shall bow their right,
book under the and knowing" them mintljiMnrDamc "
far jut the season,we have been Messed further up with its forest shipping, In the arm encircling' the waist pf a being enriched of the previously bank,to which prepared Uey, are respectively -

with th* most favorable wethr. Midsummer tore ground. The next minute all sail waa by nature with every eham, the other due.-Four o'clock In th* afternoon is the .MBTh > Naw York Jeflfer-

b past, and we scarcely yet begin to feel that it b taken in, the.' anchor dropped, and onemi.h& entwined about bar, around tad around 'latest hour to which the bean are open to IOnian state.that lot ''lIC(4N'oIaiob Astor -
receive check and at a few minute before of that city U one million and fifty
have looked in vain for our recent you glide, the music thriU 'Joddcr and
Then is so
Summer no error ,ao yet
that time some sign of Increased activity ihouaaad dollar y Iat. LIe receive
groundless, M that of northern people, who ascribe place of entrance. quicker on the ear, faster ani. taster you begin to appear.in thrf previously quiet and every month co ever died and twenty live

to Mvthern regions, a degree of heal in whirl, the heart throb, vioUnllyjth*pulse bosin** 4u* scene. Numerous clerks then thousand dollars t very hoar upward of

summer, ,..,.,ni0JWl4 tQ theireootlgaiiy the "A ban was tobecl"eDln St. Jago andwe. maddens,, and at length- arrive, anxlomfo distribute on to the latest on. hundred and seventy dollars, try .'
(the officers) were invited to attend. Ye walb lk -IfII' poasibs moments this cheek whUb minute three Jousts and *" second a-
equator, The ancient opinion of the poi ofurepe length, *II ..? down
bare been paid Into the house of their em- bore five cent II* lay* to sleep a I
was, thai at th.equateanimal lib mast And now among th* reefer*, came the tug o!( breathed forth its J loudest not**, whU the ployer At four o'clock all the boxes art night B* ri... lo the morning. HI ...'

some become extinct uder the consuming |*J.. war, to raise deceat.ric. But alas and dane was at it*heigh*, sad th*) wl Hup removed and each clerk adds up the a. has been working for bio, ready tab put

MUM of-.rtieaI.un.. The tight of misses and alack a diy.our linen"(owing to along*ea went its sparkling room**, oui? ta.trador meant of the check put Into Ida pox, andpayable bealdt1a1a dish ofrofT ee on the.:breakfast
of travellers have rube) 'wu la the worst of all earthly con advanced and reminded us West Jb. hour by bit own to other boose. lid table, evry mornlrig.a neat and sB.%..... r
the experience partly dispelled .
also receive another bonk from bit. own upward of rwelv*huadred dollare'r ;,. .
this ills.ion, tat stffltt exists la a snedtUdfcrm.IB tions, ditry and our white pantaloons of one was fast approaching! 9f, whO hones.eon lamia.the amount- of- the shacks My .}..1 l bat thaI" a power. pfmoter.. .
the mind of% northen mesa the.Idea elurtewseheat (no longer*o-were one by one overhauled the ominous words yet hung falurinf on which their distributing i elect bat put. Into At this rate, the man must U worth |7Jmillioos .

li I1waiaIecI with that *f asocjthera III the food hope that one) at lout might be bis Up, the dock stnsckl..at that boot, e the box of.every J other tanker. Having | and yet the'paragnph.. going Ita 9
compared b* writes oat a balance rvand Ta* probabltoy U that Mr.'Af >
found fufficlenUy clean to muster Ins boat waited at the to to these
and yet we venture la say that whilewe pas landing Convey u*
ehaaleJ. due to or from hi.*own house opposiuth* tor'. estate maoattsta to abort of
are wtitsag this paragraph, the mercmry stand rowd. the ahip and siowly, gaUieriiif togetbcr name'each of the other bank I and having aln.llUoIl of.....i'tol4 ..

ill the thermometer, at feast doe degree higheela I plunged mya.rm., yea up to the .bo J. our scattered senses, we became palafullymlnd ",raw this. statement bt.comparison It oberv4n tdoaeT eWtttrle where

the city of New Yak, tkaa k doe la this der bladet Into the depth of my locker, ftJ that w* were yet beiflfe* of earth; wish the ailmUar lists mse the elevks Ood |Is doe* ixMMfcr MIL that pats doe the

V**", that repoaltary for all that's worthless 1 and. and making our obdsanc*, retired.The of the those general houses balance ha sends resulting to. his 'owe from bank this least fur

brought forth-my foil dress coat I Thrice I due .. I&baaelt.KOT _
p-, .. U A.* *.....-[_IIi ,. ..ia-. did sheet, lbmouat ot-bteh..at.JC *. I
surveyed itla various position I [ circumstance fbi- from that 10 ofhcr houses I* sent back la .
About the time when it in became tolerably bold its tarnished -eoOar to he eon-beam lowtag letter ave teen m=* et& bank ...<*.. At ive o'clock the inspector 4 ..*.. from the data > fo tII,' ..,

'certain that the ssetkgrss* j. whisk this T... 10 caleb possible, tbs {least sign of luaneot t4 .in peveralpapen from West lake hi.* Mat J whea .*xb clerk, wha baa 1: Mderalgaed trill apply tayuw*' If.aorabU -
riWJ'; was heldbySpalB, we* about to ie relax lovtmum,,,$ pod the result e-f all the traamactlopa a be- tits Co.ely Court oeaabte County ..j,.
,1iIt.ert-'bu& ala*, Ate years hard seevice Dear Hr,-A.great many"rggse. honor I lutes to pay to various other houses paysH for pssae oft to *e41 ..w.... oft the real "olP.
ed, and that it was soon to be forward oat the through .., and shower a thecksofaboutfUUeaUnwajmaajrreefsrt Louisville with their preseciM in iV 10 Ihti inspector, whogtve a ticket for estate .f ....d Vanjoay denessdd se-wilt .
marsh ot proeperity ill the yUtklitl and .... ** coarse off a yea, anJ sotor: M* eeeasioneh .the amount. The clerk of those bosom to "be) ttktnt u dle Urga tft CebU.remaining k
eoWaoe of the United Suiee, liwusaU fII,. i4 banished its splendroo ).stye forever .. -troutu to th* ..t1JeDI.6erHI. Adecent whoa money to due then receive Ue...*.. bspaiJ. '
__.../UcI their mea.. U th* pvuchaM / looking young man cats b.. iaAt ml stems heQi th* t .peeaor.M fake nUX' BONiFA 4ds1.
wih .
I it 1M ad
noiaUned .
rejected a eye, mail.boss about two months ainr* froaiClociaaatti from them a ticket for the amount.Tknu 6T1IER $JBcmarAY.u.. ;
prepwtyiathbctfyawlbaaWgkborhaod.I Ilk aadaf tothlockjr o/ s .....*..,'(IM (, and took up bit rrsideae at a .1M whol of these paymcot art aaad s y a I *)f MSBM! BooJfay PecMsed. '
earn* a lind, puma insomutk that there 1* onsu5pecti| youth was sway on boat do-l respecuble boanUng-hbuse fie deposited 'double system ofbalaoce, a very oasis aF 'fqiRoo16 Hire lath 1e3 .-I .- *'
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LAWS OF FLORIDA. the United States therelinqnishment on the FRESH GARDEN should Auction Notice.TIIE .

c s fir AUTHORITY part of the United HtaUf to the\4Ust Florida rilHE subscribe has just I uf the under aiged having been pointed
10 Rail Road Company, of one section of ... assortment of garoen se must. consi for Count, "IU
Whereas the depth of water on the bar land at cacti end of the route of their railroad desc'raptiou. Iheyweie 1 ( Of tbe attend to the sale at auction

of the bay of Apal.icMcola is InsuiQrient and also the relinquishment on the Society of Shakers in 1 ESTATE:: which it may be necessary to
for the entrance of vessels of the larger part of the congress of the United States, and are warranted. The 1 above, sell at auction in- sold County, Ate w ill also -

class: AId whereu, the !great and tncrra- of three hundred feet in width of the land cauiogue ot the Seeds. in believ trausacta: general Agency business in the
i the line Which be selected / rely for sale,and purchase of teal proper!)'. 1 tr-
fain? eotmnerce dependent upon the Apa- throughou' may i to site OOJOD, allow
,,", river and it tributaries, require* for the said< rail road to the said company: (lon, J rly iiluod 'urnip sons at a distance may address lijer and
an outlet suited to the extent of that com 'Provided that when the route of said rail Sugar Uo: do. Early: oraug Le Baron, or '

merce, wbich might easily be obtained bya road sball be surveyed and determined, the or owiMCuardUo.: Long \ CHARLES LE BARON.
canal! connecting the waters of Lake public lands, or wherever the route of the iUaugei Viuttzcluo. Will vv : \ May 0 1835.-b: .-if.

Wimlco with the Day of St. Joseph's: And said road shall pass through the public lands, Uo. btarlet Carrol, (very sheet, at NOTICE. -
l' whereas, the said canal, would from a part also the right and privilege to obtain and du. aloud duo fcany lloru in advance Indebted to the
1 !' of that continuous;: routeof inland navlgition use any timber stone or other materials' 1'ursaip, Lung "bite tiw. :.. dollars ALL persons/ WAIT deceased are of
I months hereby
I 1j which must ultimately connect our which may beauitubln for their purposes on lutuiiiDer; xtra Loug do. six
notified font ard & make
i e Territory with the city of New Orleans, the. public Itnds do. l:..&riy itaiue du. tarty 4 car. to come pa) n.c lit, .
and all those bavii claims said
affarlinz| safe and easy tramp'irtation to It is further resolved, That the Delegate tlhCrIo,1II do. bupeiiur : for a less 'g against is-
.the pro,1 nets of our roil In Congress, he requested to obtain irom. Ai'l'lclI4CI clu. Laige will not tale are requested to present their accc,tnti
allcatullor tnt.
D tt li therefore resolved by the Govern congress such other donations of public A ullhel Ieluu, Large and all ar egally RANDAL
I or n,11 Legislative, Council of the Territoryof laud as they may In consideration of promoting Citron uo. Ivinegianate do. : ALLIS.Administrator. .

,, Florid That our Delegate in Congressbe a" aiding an object oleo much utility butch aumiuer O4uu.n, Custi during .
March 28th 183 3.
HTfd to procure from that body a grant & which promises great national benefit u O. Crookueck: t uiuiu r uo. the iall. -

in ft* t!npldlo the company incorporated bf pica-ed to /gta.it to this company.It v> miei uo. Aiaiiumitn uo. \' the pub- NOTICE..

for the cutting naiJ Banal of ninety feet of is further revolted, That the forego uu. COCUUUUI do. 'U p liE undersigned gms notice that at
the public laml on c:icli side of its contemplated ing resolutions, when signed bj the Governor Conuecticutau.'Chtesu; uo. : & Co. X the next team of the hon. the County

route; likewise a section' of laml at and tho President of the Legislative gar Loaf Lettuce, t.1&l111 Court Lkcumbia: County he will ftra
the'! point of Us commencement on Lake Council shall be certified by the Chief ice oi tureen lituu do. ACfI LIUh- final settlement of the Estate: of apply MARVINWA11

Wimico, and another at its junction with Clerk and forwarded to the Delegate in con- CUM Uo. ilall&nuUIlUlU '(leceubed cud move tote dicharccd

# the Day of St J04f'ph's. 'I gre*'. buge lead au. 1.ollit 11.te i>,, RANDAL ALLIJSAdmr. .
Resolved That hi, ,resolution be.aignedby Pasted, February 10th 1835. ot nel Suorl '!up uo. &' until the- .
+ the President and Chief Clerk of this Approved, >ebruary Hlh 1835. Uo. Long auiuioii Uo. Long : at fort April 28 1835.-8.-13t. '"

Iloute, and forthwith forwarded to the biurlei or Cber.r 'A usurp ol the fol 1UO Iteword.
pegale! from this Territory. Whereas, the pay and mileage of the b
ull apauittU uo black duo :
Piwwd, February 11th, 1835 members of the Lcglftlame Council is Loul ESCAPED from the custody of the Mar-
: :
Cdbougc, LUM-
the night cf the 20th of
Approved, February 14th,1835. insufficient to defray their ex-
necessary Uut li "0. Lariy: UIIi. do. Lal March last William Ilambleton who was
Whereas, the inrrcAing labors of the penses.Be it therefore resolved! by the Governor ,, Harvest Bullock do. feariy atUrtta ln.e : coiivirttd of negro ktcaliiig and fined by the
heart vet
uu ( 12
i Jwlffoii!! of the Eastern and Middle District and Legislative Council of the Territory do. ruuihtuU do. Late) by in Jury Ihe b\lDi 01 seven hundred Dclltrs, &
of .':0 riG a, render it imjo-sible that said of Florida, That our Delegate in Congress gen Latch costbof profccrutu 1 he said W illu>m Hum
do tureen
(very late ) 12 inches
Judges ran attend to the various Counties be requested to use his exertions to lellowr du. l.lct'ulJlazel (10. Melon is about tv wiry four )rars ol agc, about -

of said Districts hold the Courts therein have the same increased to five dollars per led Uo. Med Dutch do. & : five feet tt\elllll.d a half IlId.tl high; ,
and to di. the and five dollars lair complexion and light hair a little ucli
equal justice for miles
pmse amongRt day, every twenty \
Purple t >
Capo 12 h
1J goi'I citizens of this Territory (and whereas travelled. Cauiinowtr rroiuii du. by ned toatop vhenstai.ding and hairy round
Hull hara :
several of the Counties of said DMtncts Revived unanimously, That a copy of ) shouldered blue e)es gnu has a bold 1(1(01-
I are ors Court from the Cesarean hate or Cow / : by 12 Ir.- 'J be said llombliton ttcoptd withtutbaving
nodlprl'Cil Superior foregoing revolution! be forwarded to Kale .
the utter inihilily of said Judges to pcform the lion. Joseph M. White. : Larly or Miring' : paid his fine. Tie above reward thtie-
'if the'! travel and labor which would be Imp' Panned February Hlh, 1835 Earlyt.urueu Sioue dui \ 1, by 12 in lore will Le given fir the deliver) of tletaid
tine Aberdeen do.
( Mil upon them by the establishment of Approved February 14th, 1835. or N illian Ilambleton in the tow n o1l\1arrian-
a Superior Court in each of said Counties, Loug Hanover Co. Sage, long by 12 na Jackson County; district of W eat 1 bride
per. bqiiiuh uo. Ca)eune do. to June V Lxum
It is therefore" or
i 'e. Resolved That our Delegate in Congress District ofWe-t Florida, "!ant, Curled Cress: e>r i' : by 12 iu THOMAS M. WHITE.JJfpvty .
be, and he Is hereby, requested to nU Mv- Superior Court; Ettcamh tress Water Cress. Large Marshal Ihttnct It. /: I

or to obtain by all means in his theesublmhment County. May Term, 1835 do. Vegetable. Oyster, : 12 inches April llth 1835,a-8t. _
Wm. II. Chaw, tompU.'I.. Cora Ann Slur Solid Celts,y, Itoee toloreu :) s I

Judicial D;strict, in this to be Territory called, the of a Judicial new- comb, Ida Ann Slocomb, Cuthbert Ham tier Savory, Dwarf Curled 1 :,,WU feet Tax Collector's Sale.

District, of Suwannee and to be son Hlocomb, and Caroline Augusta Slo- led Pi leyCuileU oo. isew For 7'erl'1/w'ul Mid (unity TJiES.
composed of the Counties of Madison comb heirs at law of Samuel [I. Notomn. age, i.Lauuers ao. Hound uo. long,-or, Saturday the 1st da) ol August next,
Hamilton/ Columbia<< Alachna and Hillsporoujh I deceased Dcfui IN CIIANCKUV. lea Ladive, Broad Leaved fcO leet, 6- between the hours 10, and 1.4, A. M.
'1 : T IIy day came the Complainant by his Mustard, lirowu do. Long \ 18 i-st 1 shall otter lor ..aJe.t in front to the court

l I B"it further Resolved That: this rt*>lu counsel and it appearing to the satisfaction aliort Oreen do. Asparagus, ", 16 1-. louse, in the city of er.sacila, the following *

} tine he sidled by the President of the Leg 1 of the Court by affidavit filed that ho\ uetlc, Coin Salad, Irol'ert)., or so 1I1"c..h.tL4nol.. ar will
t Islitiv. Counciland handed to the(JovernN' : the defendants in this cause reside beyond bnglisli: / Horiel Leek, thick, pay tlie lerntory of llorica, uid county

: : or Qr Him Territory for his approval, and the jurisdiction this Court and in the Mignonette, for feeling Dees, inches ol bscamtna, ,lor taxes clue tbcrtolllp to
" 'fonti trittr, forwarded to our Delegate in state of Louisiana. Therefore it M orderedby tuenSweet'Ihute, bake t the 31sU day Decetuter 1634 ; unless the
Confirm the Court Jhnt the said Defendants do uiou Ualm, burly OolUeu :<< not less. Taxes are paid to the subKnUr before, the
II appear here on or before the first day of barly 'luscaioiu do. Larly : with .
f Dd It further resolved, That the GoverngOTof day of sales together all costs and
this Territory be, and he is hereby the next term and answer the Dill of the Early: ashiugtoa i'eas, :. must Le charges.

;"' re wtfully requested to use his Influence complainant or the -wine will betaken for burly: Charilou do. baily and du HENRY DASS.

, to elect tho ohJACt of these l'fIIolutlol1s.II co:Jessed and the matters and things therein fic \\hiieMarrowiutdo.. pcuecU t O C A ACKLSof; 3d rate Lard, situ- I

Parsed Ffbrunry 12th 1833. contained decreed accordingly. gad it title do. Dwarf blue Inperiai splits, aim JOVF atedLattof: lerdiao Him, 13 ,
II Approved February 14, 1833. is further ordered that a copy of this order I China Dwarf beans, Larly .) :<1, or male. from the city of cnsacola, bounded ;
he publisled in the Pensacola Gazette once Dwarf Deans, Early tyohaw : 'ter. ho. by Lugeiuo Sierra's land and others vscan. t

t"l ...Whirea.. ... "*. it. I. I Important: ,in all new ant a week for four months successively.A 1 or V>arriugton dw'f beans & : man) on the bast,'and W eat by vacant lands, and
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/ i --- ., %_ Copy .. Ala Early Roy duJ { .su>all coo on the south by the'said Bay of hnil
jiFi n ill mm iririhry, >iiiT mjL_._ ,__ ,, hob 1.L.1..o..oo.: .... ., ; O.
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countries, ana espec'ialiy uiidtif UItepnhlicn Amount of 1 axes, $2 40
', growing Attest tiE i t t. F. IlAlVi'/LLL. Out. lU i OO. I UJ TVIOucJ vTJ ,
11. Government, which is based May 16th, 1835.-10.-4mIMati Cranbery I'oif do. Dutch ., 1 1-4 ..H'HJ.tUI'.o./ .-'' --- ,
! upon the f tieral intelligence and virtue do. lien CranUrr) Pole T'a: -best qua!. 1 OCA ACKbSofSrt.: rate Land Situated ,
I I of the tort u nity to provide for the education ict of Wcrt Florida. do. Large Luna do. Small J. A.GVr between two hJauus--,

f' I of the rising /generation and where* Superior Court ":< 1 Florid4 almost entirely destitute of lh County May Term 1833. LUWUUSl.t.VS, IllIt Ortlt'41.Iarcb not less than with two crullllel, is distant 3 miles Ht
& eeurV'in an. for that purpose, on account Wm. Mitchell by his next friend.Jesse, C. 21 JOHN from the city ol entacola, tot.nu en all
j i' of the sterility of% considerable' p<, Allen Com pit. vs. Eliza Mitchell wideb J'JtUJI'ttU'G.:i early in the sides by vacant Land. AmotnJ of 1 axes,
I don of the sixteenth sections, which, h*,'< and Abraham Milsted Admr. of Andrew the 1st cf b4ro.:
reserved for the purpose of school, and ol or THE
, Mitchell deceased, Deft IN C1IANCFRY TullcJicutee Gazette und JAYME FONTENAL. '
, a l large portion of the country having beengranted
: of 3d Land situated
terti er. required on ou
out to privateindividual by the 'b4ACRES
V 'illS day came the complainant by his undersigned propose received. side of the Cieek of In-
{ British and HpauUh Governments before J. counsel and it appearing to the satia i THE this sub- dian .
,its transfer the United States, without any City ur 'j'allah.1>>* IUil8Uch HI pt.ea into 1..iOU T exar '
reservation, school lands and where fiction of the CourUhat the defendant Eli- weekly paper entitled the & and 3 3-4 miles N. N. V\ front the city

M abn. 0' ing to the great extent and conformation u Mitchell is not an inhabitant of the Territory Gazette and t.eneral .LL Col. of lensacola, loxyidtd: on the 1\. W ty
of '
of Florida but reside/l in tbe State
will be devoted Col. land surveyed lot tieichcoidaltu the
of our Sea Coast, there are, and umns to <<
I pecc warily muM be.a treat many,fractional .MUtissippi. Therefore it is considered by Improvements, and general or, R.!. ; S. W. and S. E. by vacant Lands. Amount '
said Defendant
he Court that the appear ,
the of the of Taxes, fel 20
comprising new .
To' 1.* tips" :n this Territory, containing
of next
here on or before the first day our
least' an tither ch L'JkDZO'lAt.JO: VITRIAN.fi .
' au 'harf lands. bill of filed herein In accordance to custom Alden. M < f\ ACRES of 3d rate Land situated
I'; ,J! Resolved therefore, by the Oovernot ur the came will be taken for be confessed ceed in a very brief manner, make AJ 8 miles N. L. of the cit) cf

I j. <40 .and Legislative Couoril of the :Territory & the matters and things therein contained! the public an anuljst of of March pay- Tenths ola frontirg to the buy on the 1,ust
;. OfFitridi 'fiat our Delegate Congress decreed a'cordinlly.nd It is further' wbicb the c..azcUe will be is authori! side, bounded on the north by lands of

I f be required to use his ee rtiorw to procure ordered that a copy of this order be pub- They ill endeavour, and ac Francisco louard and west by vacant
J ii iiI the passage of a.law authoring the "lec- isbed In the 1'ensacota Gaze tie once& week view the the landmarks the be put into Lands. Amount of Taxes, el 733-4.
'r ,ton in siw'i, manner theGw,ernnr& If for four mouths successively. the United States,, b> "''b col- JAMES L. GOREE.
t I 'Iillatlv.* ('c'\dllhan dlfr w of other land. to steer their course aright. No. 10 63 fret: on Church Street. A-
upficeofxur'heixteenthnectiwtsas IblJl i1ethf, GEO. F. DALTZELL. Clk. tion and firmness w ill be mount of Taxes. (00 03 8-4.
'f 'Prqce tube ofhttle'or no value;on account shall be alow to brand uh Assigne a R.'P1LRCE.No. .
K.th 1833.10.4m.1 Jackson.
May ,
;, frrttfaierihty: of their l, or any other -- .. those politicians who" may : 28 1 lot on. the Bar. Amount of
, cause i\nJ also the seh-'Ion! and lurtttion o fI in opinion from us.- Taxes 1$00 06.
\ extern IJbtrlct'of Florida.
(Tjuanutf of 3la"tJlf eqiuil to one thirl'& sail It is our design fairly to concern
I of sal the Undf which, may hoe been H'athmglon Superior Court sing Political news of the .all persons DANIEL STONE.No. .
gamed out as aforesaid by the said British March; Tern 183 cal views that we may have "o- 081 lot on Cuna Street 100 1 do. ou 1u 1

,. ant Spanish Uovernmenls-and of the said Bill for Partition and Injunction. vocale, w ill be done lying on Inteitdenlia Street.. Amount of Taxes&UOOO.

futt' >nal Townshipsand authoring l thwin Phil p ;McRoecon.pliiiu.nt, vs Thomas M. as we are concerned,'and commen S
White Ai.minUtatofoilliainJ.. \\ at- freinds who :lavoor the of MERCED VIDAL.
of 'said land,, and all other lands, may us Bay
anp-opriite4 t'Jf.the support.of school' son and the heirs of Hannah Shaekleford nicationa; w Ul obbcrv e the same,- em- No 134. 70 feet on Intendeatia Street

inertia, In such manner, and upon such] It is ordered by the Court that notice be wise their .publkauon vill two Bayous Amount of Taxes >$0011 .1.4.ESTATE .

term*, u the Governor and Legislative given to David J. Sliackleford Richanruckleford ID the observance this depth back! :: OF X1MENES.
Council ball direct the proceeds & Edward Shackle ford; Leland act with strict imj artiality. ofa mile and : Four aspen on the Suburb west of the_

thereof be invested In some profitable Trip and Sampson Samuels, heirs of Hannah It will be the mm ,of the cantonment city of Pn-sacola,amount of taxes $00033-4

lock, and the Interest to be set apart as a Shacklefoidtht unless they answer reudcfto their patrons, all of Hen F.'T. COMM\NS,
fund for the support of common schools the conplainauls 111 II filed herein, on or before they are capable of, bearing back nearly Tax collector for Eecarnbia county

I this Territory, to be annually apportioned the first day of our December Term: .'crtbe QK1'-Saie, "they Texar from' Pensacola Jany. 15th 1835-6u .

amongst the several eouniiaa,therein according the same will be taken pro confesao. temut to please evr)body said Baycu,! Omlce of the
Alabama Florida and
.A b ,
of J '
to the rates white"population in dy ranges 2V
All"f J. WITHERS Clk. gia Rail Road Company Pe Goor-I
said counties respectively. Although it hour d on a tract of; .
March lltb
June lath 1843.-14. 4m. 1P35.,
Kaorved. further, that acerUned copy of course untrameUee1, by the ; of Subscriber
to the Stock
the foregoing Preamble and Resolutions be political .rtJ-n; making a tract of THE this Capital
signed by the President. and Chief Clerk o f NOTICIi.I !:. we'would But DO lavr will be that Company are "hereby notified

thi: House, and be transmitted forthwith HEREBY notify aU persons concerned ferent to thriinponance, of each three Instalments" of ten dollars' or
to the UOA. Joseph M. U bl'e. Cut six: week after the date hereof, J pI..... HUNT. share, bare been called for by tie
Passed January 27th, 1835. shall apply to the Honorable the Judge o f They Wibb however i : President directors and that the sane

', e Approved January 29th, 1835. the County COOl 01 Kseambia Co\IntlloI know n, \ they will will be due and payable at the Office of the
Letters of Administration, upon the Lstate or follow in,the train of Companf on the 1st Mondays of Msy,
To lie &.41. and 17>nt* of Rrprttanta- of JONES COBB deceased. cal intrig\iere. who are M : the June and July next.: '

iru t/the UnittdStattft BENJAMIN COBD. in to ihlir Las ope. 1110. R BLOUNT. Secry

The Governor and Legislative Councof. 1 PtensaeolaMay83d, 1835.-11-6u Several coinmusof the cf Tra Pensacola.March 14 183&.-L-;-4t. _
exertion will
the Territory' ( Florida, beg leave, respectfully. propelu+ted is Essays: of,
; Mansion
to represent to Congress. Thai THE subscriber, removed to the laneott.{character, under the and Ilousew
a company entitled the East Florida Rai l I Store adjoining Messrs. Jerrieot logs for&tuld.,. evening. Establish And Pentacola Stage Vffce, Blaltly (J;)
It Road Company has been chartered by th1t I sun & Foster, where all orders Clothing, The publishers, are fully U oneof the rilll IS Establishment la now incondi-

,. ,at iu present session, having for it. object I will be ppnclually attended to. acuities of their 1 JL tion to accommodate Travellers sa a-
,. the establishment an expeditions and eficienl D. A. NORTHROP. place great reliance OB the [ OPt. grubby u heretofore. The Stage Oft:ce
ewamani'aUon between the Allan May 30th, 183 -12.31.I lity, aDd believe than or travellers from Mottle to Pensaccla and

,6lie Oeraa,-and the Gulf( Mexico ths t business, and waloua I Court aateward i. now kept at this Iloure. 1.c[
.!... !from the evidence enouaunkkted to them,I ALL pei'sons indebted to J. A. Hall &: public; will secure to : 1834-, accommodations wul be u extensile as the
.they fully believe that this com panr its prepared : or R. >V hitakerr are requested to share of patronage. I Baron te comfort of Traveller. may retuirf..
to commence<< and complete the work make immediate payment to the subseri' Th
strait ,all convenient despatch Provided' bell who is duly authorized. to receive and, the Bent- rl'1oridaan4, Prihgle on the Blakely Jany "ad. 1833.=44tf.
for the
will at its ; ept same.
that countess preeent session many naturHSjdv1****,
.make the grant of lands wit sites now solicit D. A. TIIROP.a1tW given space aroCjId iu I and and John Joseph lILAMt.Coasting nntUlnve
PIt May 30th, 183i.-12.-3u A. lading
pulation than thll of any Ullls of
is therefore resolved( by the Govern the Territory, vwin the ,rivet. man1rc'tal ort-, ..;..., Bill of
and LegU'ative Covncil of the Territory nlFIorH 1I'JSI1TU'IUQ: but one weekly Apaper. : sale Justices
i. fiat the)kJrgsie'in .congress ber. Ez l'1lJed IrxaddiOoa MS thete runs other : '

to obi 4q from the congress 01 AT :10Ft1CE.r. Sle tracts of J>B which \ tor ale at DI&rkJ \ "'\

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