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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 27, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-.s.J lIU F 'U1J ;S'f :I mrn." replied'the milltr keep the passage open, mid,almo t hourly! ,prrw at the uw they' a ere put to. I It Nquitebeautifiilhawever .;; acli in the shortest and moat.flcttt.i runtier
-- from the AVw lo/fc 't rr--;; I I Well I-Mout tell you that he I U In his men arc po '' ing. lou nhoulo fie careful lo we the ardor he ab'minlMcrs the dulclfrd or
NORSE SIIOK ROniNSON" I your house tonight: for fruit: the torn* in show lug yourself duty light And and training of the dogs : their (caution .* eet spirits c C mini s' huh nnovr, s
THE auther if .' Swall w Him": I a jam I I muht Like. IIl'rOlillt for harbouring such aitcitrdowtll I a< for jour poor friend Major llutlcr, their obedience, and their prrfnt tindfr. the fetrrlrJ sy' Hut \iulia\e got a poor 1 there I"i mn likely. to be Much good.will standing of every motion of their master. I to pr .uiircn accelerated circulation:
about formincc In present in two the*.tiliimc public*. entitlid w iih a nr\\" llnrsiSsh per I'I fellow under joi r rOllr that has hud a bird II I'Ihl\\ toward him. I trrnth) Uarhls rariMS found myself IntervM'Hlitiiicbciiiid. I faligue '1 his is U>t ,t'lIt'I.tt'd b)' inhaling from ar
run to pet hero I w are than it seems lo vpu:" and it was only when we jumped Buret-irt n n ni Mile the rrd tttipitate orj|
'for nnidoiuv"
Talc of tie Aw '
:>c KobiiHon, a ) I .'Ininv hl1\l II" rxrlnmtrl MmjrotcHorsi -'I I "Y'here Is soniew hert',"'sane Robinvon rite park: paling and took it onrr more lemurrly I riiuiubar if nlt aC'flr which jJrodntt a
Wo .hnl" thought \ ( i
: 'inJ 'rhUll1l"j' Mine |{.ihiii"on." und then after a 111 tint: book that lies open on the ttblc! down the' grate! wnlkm that I reulin gentle tmlivntii or "uJ'liun. All that the f a-
of that production art' ,.f' pause. ho C'nllttlluool-\\rll. wtll-there :Shith I take. to be the Ilihle, the story nf it did \lil t like II,more<< pt rlnanrut: grup t I is no ru'c!' of has that justifu a Chrisiiin 'the I cnmpaigne of King Datid ; and!, a< I my dun s sport hud bent \'urcln As the circulatory osirmUsflntioiiiiJt
the 1. 1 1111' fine dwnmln I
publuk mm ilHiunJed tlelPvnec'of I in refusing! ail and poinfort to a IIOIKI M I h\\: f' hrarnll! rradbthe preacher itlelN which
with it
of clurictoi! mil hiintid! sirinpi who \onii'* with noihonishii hon' Dimd was pinned on _H sides bv 11} .. again without hobnailwl) fhoM and a Or erstiphl| | girlie irt*>tnifiit is irI. -
>4lin2tiigp. & the intirrMrf i illl'
: ., of hiuin to :11 careful linul\) hnrlh ir a corps if the C'1If'my-lltld tint wi'nijt shunt i iug jnrbl. irlnl) m calculated' to I'NlduC'tllc crud! do f.f.I
f'I1''I.4atrt f tin I KI\\ i.rof s
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\\I'rv (It | I take. no pirt in the: wltr on rulur' Mile. hf' hAd novwoid, be came heroes D man Ruffle o\er to RoMin Cu- the writir mil a J.nll\1uH In hrrclirivprctrd alll I inoiu r.ir friend Rolnn.ni-- who gilt f him victual and the sword ( trbftwrfn llalhctMi C.',,!o11r and Ro lin, i'u Iheotgrstitr organs' alutrilir' disease
from linn HvtU' .ttteniion. of tin' tile: 'rune. iiffitntt you or the t'l'a1-e mm i U"lIal-n! I got m>' dinner and a sword inrluding il village\ of lasso ntlr, i< (,fun I III prated And il bin du:g is ol,ji clu'nnltr.iloubtiiK .
Mi 1 lei anl ('t owo ,
pulilxlu sr!! am I tint .lal1,1 I bv ton '' tin iiKinunjr from thr '''*' .Nn..l't''prr. at common !II"rlinr'ltJI. l.n""wlull'lt"df ding\! the internal nilniii titriilcn ofnu
line IM'ni pr"'I..I111'1 I with' !sine !her t 1 1thirtfiom .. Nonrhml ..ruin." said llorsp shot, 1 UIlrltc"'l'J.- that INt 11M IIIf ten lnilijbt to the two MIS nf n entail t nlJf Y. with i It* 'icuiy niu.t not only tu uvdt-sn but j>crnirii it'
of in 'w =N \ii it I iv the f,':!uta lug e\in('1 I n'.u"Inni hie i I"\\ "\r\ the mil:cr, .\11. n. I II to some Miangi' tfaf'e, t\hcre 1 It tillnfp chuirh hurled in tntx and ihr ,us. .
: I t't'f I(Mlovn File treatment at'otr described lias nrvrrfailtd ti
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lint Ihl'1' of .ipiionA\ \<\ in the nouth hiilnoflitir of flip (.tllltJWtll.llltIllY! : : and lie let the spit TV. down on ln> i iI upon it from thegti-eit wiHvN<<1, ; and ass) iftmt'y used i mid! the patient Uu I,
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during tip p'ri," 't'tstyu.oendrncy, II..rt"I' ant 1 IlIIl' !'I\\P IK'on \ llms through tin s<' Ic tur.l. IIH I h.iu> done l Kl>re now withIatliton o\rr (ho shoulder of the lull owilllhcforc 'd(i'IIH'it from 111f.'tltlt'II'tlt.I.1 ciiduiii'f res
l,tf'in' the p"ipul ir li liny Ira l I It et>n \ IlPrl' PU: I*. amhulimIPIII most entacountahlV I :Mr "wrote, and thin kinIatitj'ttrtk ts of Dninimond (the 'port- in the till) 1'1 $tllIll of mercury, mid (run the dilililw-
%'oc Ily derIi-iMa.-o.iHi 1 the u.iiipiiion+ 111'1Hoc l 'I ninhtisljid \I"\. a half Mild.cat infra rair wVuhl fhouldn't of lien Jntlsnl.eG: the Prnlland IhlKwitb\ I tin* irtiits ulll1t'f'\ItIlIl.! j!inioitl.tsliratmcnt -
old m'Ic''t> -an.I. ttut it nirrnlcs tlu,' i h.llf'11' till s. known l 10\: the limn of('el" : stand: inurh iiM>n ding WUifrrMa wuiMoti their told outline lot In n'IIII''rrlll'nd' that I in cflirai lotm in u few Loi,rlinjntlniicfcf ".
hair breadth: recipes a il ilutiinnuM iploiH ':\ |I t taut llu'h II:itx) ishav .'who co'ih ii< inlhc -nml! tin're the kins wntnl until 1 lu coinpltc.the! |'irtnnf ': I
of H certain' rhirneter rilibri'ol t luf I; night: 01 (;riuoIlIlI'li fonl'" I''I gut 'ril'lhl.a'1 him. ami a" ubl l 10111'1,1), 11 left .ur-hur"I''a nt the IK'iclihoiino dnjing vnn:* c/o..* forrlkn -
thou'pirNb\the! the Hignificiit" ; roiiomi.iof II,,:IMII 'luito mere'OI1 tin min wmhis tin I'hilis-imtH tor robblnji the tr Retract! Sit.! IP ltot>in iii. I Imorlli;\ : in\' thing' I thine! to do with' Htm! : llal! -*-u" I nuke: m, tloabt tin' ha JIM xuppudol in evading 11'1"1 I Inid, i'rsh:icvrjjiuiid! lie wilier1 w ifitndi '. h.no meshed I \'iiM, Allen MIHUTMHO Hut n nun. so perfect are its HThisnnd marili t. made s< me rl nisi. hs in the tr.utse s sof
for his RljH[ 'hcnci'l'l. anti takes! refull' in :\ mistrisV rr ondid| I the for ,': ) ou k nllW nil nboiit il-.4iig Ihlll )'ou ore pillars it* C"Ufd'rUTllirl'4 and it. punt a lush, Kpinkinauf the lo tings of
the: fiiuilx' of : u nrthv IUIIlf'r.1 hI. Now, i dOD't led windows A. wlumnlrnl booby undertook .'r.nr\-II\' as Intcnt'l'lid! 1) the I risi-
ticks nerpofa neutral tint. but who wu. l>i.'IT of flcsti ihiiiV, not in llnxo viid J,' pirtrnd limy' that I nor )'-jorHuthT" are the cicerone and I with long pole, lo dent with the laconic nbuke, "Francehns
flronrlr! rn.|'ectel 1 of It pn' IiIPetain to tht MiH.11P. gmng: t 1111 till' t'tltlil'eI''M IO<'ir, j 1'11\.1|I' nIl |;"Iltl mm n< I):u'Id-not at all { but the point out the beauties We entered tin' I' hut sic fine Ilir ('tali,r Kjliiil tlmt the
,. ?0tuliri| iis'*. Th< tnlldi4iitrohurd.itiiniUwo i ; thor on.iinount riUloMiike. or w hat nn iniixc of lileitt i Ie ait good t cause* ever |ow...ide "IOrl'holl" stone threshold tho I'rrHidriil! fiKiuld hue let him finish the
iln >. winch' iuti'mijitc l t by tin Ihn Lord tha. church-tiinlik'd : sentence !Uforr inirih hint: & turn
c wett'st.t ape'continued theftrconntthHlnlU : ling Mat 11 fought/ for and feet 1 of C'rolll"'f'Il' trcltlflf'r" ptir|)
an h'al! ol R"bin."n. "II I \' Hilda! buryy of hi* I l'IIIJ21t-j' ttH'k Isis side. in the cav"wUl take Jhe assisted In went, ant.I walked. nl once to a I wrnlontosliow\! tlmi lance lit chl ru'llt re- '
HIK to*. nn'I in:ido piisonrr I i but I ),. site of the whigit, soonerf or. later, fcnu singular column of twisted nmrl.. """,It'llritlu.y riHts hud two fugs! llrstoiy nn.uuVd.UN !
The war+'np of the cxfirinjwa* arrest teJ chance to slip the IIOOKP thi. morning and J help tin'in to best thence grinding theta caned standing! iindrrlhrrh : of an anttdolf wlmh took piece one
hIt s',lit \kn slung the dour :after ridmij plump mug n hOlIlI'I'''' neMni i; inj, burning and throat cut'ng lories rand Our friend with the cane polo, who ha I ,JuyHt a d \\IItrl..I.If'.ht'lI win r'irsint -
'Whl vi">'" their ?r' \rlriiiiud: the old fin I familiar Hiotih the Tin, el'", t'nnll"\1 tIn' tIl itn the
IK 'C'tln,1f'\lrf'lIrt1-d un
\ III.K )ksi(M k's. lucre 1 imt on n new na..1.\f'r. n brats manonjht nr\rr to lo "
r mi.'i. si tutg fr \\ho rip ut tub door" hero old sw ord!, tuck.. n f'f111r'f' for tin* |''Iiun. %lr Mn+itro\r-though you inonehi aphis feet like a "soldier nn drill, -" 1-hi' 're Is not a singli iutit:i idini in 1 1l'ruuuIreuia
:Vstmjor. 11I'1f1! mm. : rrplwM a tnuiut'i 1II11.!! lIill't pofiplo nlonpihr roil whets II, h 11"I11) expect to find much thought of and xnmod the must etrsoodinaty\ ilc\ati.n fit lo be I'iiciiliM uf Ihl If-
.>nt .\ ISIS orf. lio\\! "' that Iii beet sh '. r.nd 'Allen Mti-pio\i : end 1'0, rite I Il tlniiR left in M rough fellow like nto that's of voice. and recited its history in a d< c hmnlionrif : Sited Htiti-s."-llrrc 1.(' sic | j-eV 'II Itc
h'it ,,r'"<:: 1 I.irldltaid i tin. making omr ronndilHiiitu nnddodain! into I horn Immrnen in tlirno.h(.rr \\ are like. an which' Icoiildonlv conipnlirndth company ulaiednt t ne unothri mil i itt()'
-., I.'rrulllr, 1 1 f 'I'*"' nKril'ui I !! MiMgrotc i iirx the wood until night carne on, It,. Keep an oJ.II piece of Ir\l1l1'"tl" 1"f'0 Ollf'I hilt word. *. Awbrnhiim Cud l<*nao." I i-nw hud recovered their suns? n.tut. v I iu
\ \ uorih'i" fii, it nJ I.) ni}' limn a it I] i that there tin' I.ml'fl-"' \ ''I" h,', lilt lin.tchsiiccMiici
'!tar of the tour*. Ilrrr I urn. a plou coulter. and after thut a mm bar H\ tl ediroctimi< this pitout .-,)('aJ.iII: !. replied 1 n per"im on .\mltheoln> 'r7" said! Mu..gro\c. rei. and finally: that's been run up with relirfrifihe" bather of the Faithful, ..,nig" -Kif| )fl"r \ foIlt.,
the outside nl't t'!,r .l.Hir 1 "an.I mil fit to I c "Ho i jc in the band of the i'hilistian.. 'I others intoi pure of ordn.'iirt-rnotios'u done on the capital but for the rest t "'R" hisser ,It!! UII ol il' i. n'rib| ni y
.cOIIIII.I 1 1 a AH' uitil: ] he hash 1.1 l aone''thing uoar. r -most likely. isms at RhckstockV". I I'lal t!! m.1I\2h'n'I hate bwq a horse-shsN, indebted to lord Ramsiiv it ho did It Into itioting| thercncaik uf tile Jut'gr lu nirtwh
; If \ on be Allen Mii"guo'c.151,1 >'our .' \\'h.it might bo his mine TIbior in some part of its Iifc-.ItI\M.ha There': Fn !li'h M follows : The master mawnof ( lmting callrd a wltni-mfc Kfif, sea
door". :\ | nntlcr-a bold warm grntloniin not likf'I)' to he truth) eoulsdcneit 6j religion tint chapel meeting with some dim ul kept. for half minute III M state i') iinmtKtiI
\re\iniulone. or do joucome with! -tint'-: "lion used to tender life find loft after all that linmnirring" lea in the execution of his design found It I Iy the dn ided irply the w ttness1: MM
follower* at your lulls Mhouse.. 'I iiem !uM fortune He has land on the unf '" 4 lie shxll keep thfiinj; folk, )lay then neociwnrv! lo go to Rome for Information not h"lhu gnat rogue" ')LUr lldtcur
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ill ailen Bite cent <'"mf'>rt tonnnj" oast-unless that new -fnncled court atI right ;" said Mtwffroveqiwtinjr a pi-nape: during which time hU appronttce esrrieil -lake* me \u| be."
; "Faith, it is I mute thin I know. re"j> uiA" 'IIItII'*I.'" n. lint they' rail 'the court o( from the Psalms defend the childnnof on the work,nnd Hen executed sums parts -
'I I !he oilier" "hUI if I h1C Wowrn! it orkorstniton\ luau made them null and the poor, and pnnUh tU* wrong doei' concerning which hU master hit Weimot \Vo4m pried -V\, Trout, .n FrJrlillb
Hiiot\\iihn\' "ill that thev ball' ero nuriloiril uiH-astliev' hMpbrrii making. the rutatis \"ou hue IIniebrd your >'.> If\i>u lie Mien Mu rO\'rl, of fetter cmtleinrn' than they mild e\'rr .on," lie continued, a A before we retire column, ornamcated with' wreaths of fo- rt'tlah.eeS. mod w' nl. :
or ir '\'uushe reek -cprn friend 1 am a. prrteti 1 to lv : taking nil thl' Lust liuid, to ret ton will join in the conclusion IIltllfl and flower t'l.lllIalvirally round It.mlll..r wood, which $oho phil rtluinul'ieluveueuf|
luriule :te a l< rii.loor fo" |I'" Mm ,re. Allen, to them.cl!" o!'-the cursodtnionitor of our family worship\vhV-h wlUllnt.errup'tt'd The on hU return. sttingwhh envy marjrcllous,; who air scnminiui nore
: 1 d.t n)tfearynu KIT ," said :Mtt'i rox'eopemiiii !II' 1"' by your coming into ITw hou\e at this proof of the superior abilities of bin( roady" to ndvln lhauio give, is a kiiilinnttnvinih
i the ".,,;r. >'ou re'ufUoine to "hire did you come from whit this. 5.n.IIrmall will mntf a psalm which > ,Jwengn 'n u> apprentice, slew him by a blow of hisHemmer. I of wiem-r. lly IbM lendjd lls* ,
: ,,111 can: give you, whalc"u colours you ," us by that man, whose deliverance hn,* I ." cuteryVllie poor have but lorhsngta back
'. me1* "A lone! way oft; Mr. Mti 5roie- taught yon where you are lo look for The whole interior of the chnpH i is ex- ing into bakers' tulle satisfy theciu>inj.ofaiMniply
.. rh'-i give 1 Ui jour Jill d." said Horse from oM Virgmny-Inrt, lastly, from Wat you MI." oossivelr rich The roof capital, ke>'.' .t(,nmch and (jne thetrin,tii to
Shoe RiSin: ....n, HIM,lihg into the np iriment. Ad-iir's: If I cannot help ft make mimirk, Allen stones and archttraus are covered withsculptures. hfl dIJIf. Welch such charitable' yesinfum -
You are a stranger to me, but if you are Vt'al'" wife U If relation of my family. ," said Hone Shoe, Iran listen with On the archilravft joining thrspprrmicoV ups' on reading this 'Ingeniouatrtntniuta* '
< Allen MiHznne. the miller, that: I hate Then he. in a filthy disgrace to all who good wilL" pillar! to a smallerone. Is graved ti .n of furl into the Maff'ffl' life,. that Meatiiivl
heard men "icaktrf. you are not the per- claim kin with him Allen Mimerote. Wat the sententious inscription fbrtft,l <' forbear r"'tldlt\wndlnf. an *c(' iiu- t
hon i li-itri'-.. \our jur ant iimirou, he td <'1n\r -M bleat, *" we had good reason tohick. rCNCILLINC.S IIY THE WAY. i caper omma riitfit ".,'tM.." It h. crous meal ol lIoumII", Lain] and .wne
led bourne to the damn "Far ruling & There wa a tidy, spruce and Fir" Impruot/6 of f*"Kirtomt ,, S'cence, 0- been built about four hundred years; end .is pudding by way of U-wert, wliich la sold \ '
fast riding gives sort! of claim: these times mart little wench there -tut, man '-I am acid Moimtnnv I am told the most perfect thing of its kindin to l Ise easily made by boiling a piece of grantte 't .r -
x _so "M'U.ct. me for sitting! down.." talking of your own kith and dr inked, for N. P. WILMB. Scotland. till it becomes! sofL-<5Kir,//j/i< 1\w.ti 1:,
1. You '.rc w'Iconic ajjain ; your name her name wee :Marv Munirroi." HCO'I'LAND. The ruins of Ooslln ('.*\tie are a few min -
sir ?" said Muugrl: ue.i Our girl" nai" the dame with.an animated porting! and Us eaiipmenU-RoslinCastte! ,, utes' walk beyond. They stand on a klj.d tht AVv (A 74ye. Aecee. !
ft.tuelguceacdyotiral" .inquired HorseShoe f'fnphltlli.-.lour own Mary-what and hapelThenommalattractUmofScotland of island. rock in the midst bf one of the f From the Nashville Banner] t
of Ar, Mr. Horse "Shoo Robincr-nT"' parties wildest glens of Scotland,.. separated from fitffOrleant ami fi'aikrttlr JIG ii Poe-d.
\0\1 hive1 Th,,' she i I.* an pood a child, Mistress ularly! at this season, is the shooting Immediately (he hill nearest to the banchv a drawbrldfswungxuer -\\ e understand that books for the sttb
"Hun you must Bnewraine! -forltUn'tconvenient Munfjrove a- anv honest parent mought on )'our arrival, you are asked ,a tremendous enanm: I have cti bf stock sue cow ot'en ID ttia ci-
to till It." "rtsh for: he got some \I'II1oC inkling of whether you prefer a Clot or a Mrcusmon wen nothing so absolutely pietnn-nqnn In y. Judge Woodru&of LoviMnna, U rcw '
"Homo poor whin soldier said Chruto-- what ai'a< contrived, and so ho. appeared lock, and ("uI'lt(1otln. that you do not trav-. my troyrls. The North I':>k runs its dark behalf the a.matry.Theeommiasivners ,
pher Shaw prUatcly to Muigtove. Itisn to M ior Uutlcr In a dream-or her gun, which all KngiiNlimen,) a double courne, unseen in the ravine brlow I the ,.we are inlotu.ed/ }
't right to make him hetrnv' himiflf. You hest!' barrelled Minion is appropriated to your ro;'ks on every side frown down upon It In have nearly flnbhrd namlning the route
are hungry friead," udded Chri topher"wid -. u Mercy on un the child has not been u.use, the gamekeei' fills your powder and black shadows, the wood are (angled and and are fully saiixfied! of ill practicability r.'
-\e Mill first get jou omethliij toe hurt 7* cried the mother. shot pouchis, and waits with the dogs in apparently pathless and were It not for a Itlscstlraatedthst the trip toot Naibvtflelo a.
and then you may talk. all the better..for "Undoubtedly not, ma'am," said Robin a leash till you have done your breakfast 1the t moot undeniable two-story farm-hr>u..e, New Orleans, by this food, would ...-
it"That's &.1" Put it is true M you are there, she ladles leave the t.bl.'itlhln you a built directly In the court of the old castle quire about two days and a h.f. )
a good word"said Hor(' Shoe gave somehow or other, a warning that good day's sport aU of matters 0,courve. you might convince yourself II'at foot had We art glad to raw thai the prosprete of tr.
and a brave word, aC thing! Ru.-for it there vi as harm !in the wind and we took I would rather have gone lotbe library never approached it suite the days of Ual great Western .illCoad ate so favura.h Iur
isn't every man has the courage! to feed an her hire; but It lIind't do." 'An aversion. to.IIo.lojnccpt upon smooth lace. Me. We are now confident (from what we
enemy in these days, though I mad the de- I wish. the child were home" said Musgrove. flag .10.1'..a, a poetical tenderness (In' the The fortress was built lyV illism St. have seen our capitalist* do with regard tothe
viU do it for me thin morning, ha, ha, halt 'e Chrwiopher, at daylight, boy- .nhJ.ei flC" putting birds' nut of misery," Clair, of whom (iroso writes He kept Gas Dank stock) that the wccess of\h.New .
borne water, Mr. Mujro, and it will saddle a horse, and he off to Adair's, for aa the last orfiic is called and a great t'our\lud was royally served at his Orleans. and Nashville Rail Road Con p
much ore.t homewith agoosequilt than own table in vessels. i f gold and silver Jew pan.'l. secured.To .
tangle Mary.
The nephew promised to the errand. a gun, were some uf my prival objectlons Lord Dirlcton being his mauler household.ord estimate" the benefits which will be
;S The refreshment asked for wa produced The sergeant now took hi. lIP v t at the table to the order of tie lay.." Uetwecn persuasion Ilortuwlck his cup barer, and Lord 'derived to this city from thl .road would
byChrutopher Shaw and H6re, hoe laIn where he fell to at what wu set before and a most truant sumhine, I w all Hcmmg his carver j in whose absence be to multiply millions. This- rail road,
the brim fling cup in his hand, stood him,, with a laudable di'upalch. overruled however i' ..nl'litb a silent they had deputies to attend, via : Stewart i will be a Mississippi on land. All the rich'
up, and with a rather awkward courtesy, How far ufl". he inquired is tie oeare prayer that I might not destroy the hopes laird of Drumlaurlg I Twcdie, Laird of N Kentulcky, Tennessee and Miamsaip>> aI
pledgedthe draught with-Your health. e tory post Mr 1J1t1grtnel""Colon of my noble host by shooting bis only son Dnimerlme ; and Mandllsnd, 'Laird of pi I stale wlil be poured along it into lit*
good: mistress-attments city. Once established, br.nehpund continuations -
we grown-up' babies are out of the days' within two miles If you bad been I shouldeied the proffered )laOlOlland richly adorned with rmhroideridhangings. of il will be laid !In every direr
of lack except the lurk escaping twUted little earlier, you would have seen some joined the gamekeeper the park. He flourished la the reigns of lion; and il will In time Inevitably become,
of;hem at my mill,", Lord Ramsay aDd tus man looked at fnt'witla James the first and second. Ibis princess the most frequented route of traveller be 1
night.; Jon\"f' repeated Horse Shoe, "I some tonl.hment as I approached Elizabeth Douglass, was served hy seventy tween the North and the Koutb. Gradually
lowed the mixture at a draught ( then. thought Floyd bad these parts under commandr and I was equally surprised toe young flve gentlewomen. whereof fifty-three were will spread it. ramification! throughout
with a long sigh placed the cup upon the nobleman's roetAmorl 6el From the ..wI.nt d.Ulhter.ornoblemeftl all clothed l In velvet the whole valley west of the ,Alleghenies t
table and resumed his seat : "80 he .has," replied the milk; "but Oionun I bad seen ai breakfast, lie and silks with their chains of gold and and extcrfding over these mountain anml'lung
"That there spirit; Mr. Musgrote," he he bsalaiely! joined the girrwon at RockySlount. was transformed to a figure something other ornaflkBts> and was attended by two with theta!) rod of Pennsylvania,
added-" in a special good friend in need, ." itc..a. rougher than his highland dependant in a hundred tiding gentleman in all her jour New Y. New England: will at last from
preach against it who will f ha, bar! ejaculated Robinson woolen shooting Jacket, that might have nrys | and. If it happened to he dark when the iron bark-twneor band of the Union.
"You say' you have ridden far to d.y. that's a pot into which Humpter will beppin" been rut in Kentucky pockets of y.u.ber she went to Edinburgh, where her IodeInr' These are not visionary s.rmiae.-they
remarked the miller, "you must be tired""lam his ladle before All the land between and rapacity trousers of the coarsest were at the foot of Black Fryar'e are founded In reason Suppose tie r.droad
not'apt to get tired" replied the Vateree and Dread belongs to TornBumpier plaid, hobnailed show and leJther gaiters, Wynd, eighty lighted torches were carried I established The richest districts of
sergeant, turning his sword belt over his -let mad-cap Tsrletou do bhbett and a manner of handling his gen that before her." Tennessee and Mississippi will t f riur c,
head, and flinging the weapon upon a bench We whigs, Mr. Musgrove, have alittle would have been respected on the JNississIppt. With a, scrambling walk .p Ute flen, touts, send their cotton and produce o-
but I am often hungry!* touch of the hobgoblin in us. We travel My own appearance high heeled' which Is, a. say truly Mr Oroe, <4nroiH vrr II i Because tbrir.way to our market
"My wife. said: &(lIl1lnl". smiling', much where we. please. Now I French boots and other corresponding ceivable! romantic," we returned to our wUI be thus greatly shortened and fai'iliti
has taken that hint before you poke it will pretty tell yon, friend, very plainly what Iam for a tramp over stubble: and marsh. amused dining at Dslbousie, delighted! with BoWin ledt aiidb riiuseour iatVrt .le the larga _t
she Ii u. already ordered something for you after. I don't mean to leave these partstill them equally but my adroha was exclusively Castle and uncommonly hungry and beat in the wboje &Ulb.w mutequrntly -
to eat" I I see what 1s to i become of Major Dutler.In. metropolitan and there was noalternative. late preferred.:'
"That's an cellent wominP exelaim ... and Fled put together shaVt hen.dn fore the New Orltant Iit The road will be great ry ntendu!. becauM -
d Horse Shoe. "Yon set, Allen )Jufrove. *- me from a man that's under i mended my shooting in the course of Tag ttturw rnaa.-A medical travel those residing within fcmuW rcikorsoofitisidesorharxircniity.
I don't stand much upon making I I my ebar JoOk'nf.a'ler,.. I as an old aodger, and morning, but it was both melting andbard ler has kindly rommunkatcd lu us Ik. results will rleslre -
myself free of your house. I have beam 'they can't make m 4h: 'out of me, if they work. A heavy shower soaked us of bis long rofcsnional rxpercj In to partake.. *u tenciai grate, win *onsequently ;:'.-
of you often before I saw you. man, and I me." through, without extracting the slightest various part of the world a* to the mat'ompt run trarttheavtelMHtf', '* i. ibrlrturn i
know all about you You are obliged to get The country U swarming, with troops notice from my Bump uwon | and on we and efficient treatment of this disease wU.. -.cn.'f8II\Ard! tor .
keep fair weather with these lories -who of one kind orv another said the miller, trudged'through peas, t*.ne, turnip, and similar reason.. "J1te. psltrwtl be theruttrgbtlre
hate no consideration! for decent, orderly :".red a man must have his wits about hun corn. muddied to the knees and smoking It is row accorded<< by the best physicians "' bfot.ee, IAe I Ib
Is with the boys that the scat of the yellow It will offer ,.. $shorf*li* RsAw
people-but your heart who would get through It. You see saw, ltd rnouturt excessively to the sttouUhment origin or because
You see I know you, of is the stomach. To dislodge the entire *. .. 1r; ,
that go for liberty Mr. Robinson in a.very dangerous quarter I doubt DIul the vrodoetioiM fever [i" cbeapret |>a* #9'''
'and am not toil Perchanceyou The fort at Nielty-hi on one sine ofloti Moa i cur Clerk ofthe Rue! Vivlennewhich contents of the stomach is therefore LI.t .. chancel C'O t'ley.otI &i ,"t
mought have beams of one Horse and Rocky Mount and Ilan(try Rock were reduced to the constHiencyof brown An essay-and this he does not by ....- than the rraaon.wenave- \h
'Khoe"Rabin no, who lived over here at the,'on the other-the road between the three ItfII.D paper, and those of mv fjondoa tailor, tica cwt drastlrs but< by the. stonach pump. cannot t lew the qw IIud.ff 'Weot 'etiecu M
W.zhaw.i" about thai. '. lit 1ysliata. Colonel& Inais inhere to which were equally eouUedw some fOf.I ; awing thus thoroujhly cleansed the atom- this HAderUlliif in a fv Rttt1f.I |ft.a .
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ISIT TO LADY HESTER STONHOPE. same energy, with ill.the constancy .and It'Is only his misfortunes, and my pity should be encouraged to persevere in view gave ne these desultory thoughts, In the fir*,t
resolution, which its always marked her for him, which makes me an enthusiast of bit statement. The U.>Slates now Import part of the extract given,many,!of oar readers wilt
j e traosUta the following history of this character. She notpr think fora moment in his cause, said "' 0. It b the same with annually about ten million dollar recognise the 'language and sentiments of one .
terioas.wo.nul.from tie notet'of a rf retracing her ste JM-she never gives a me, I replied, and so we understand each worth of silk for their own consumption Up j whose kindly feelings are warmly reciprocated by
look td the world mid to time She other. and far greater amount are annualy
.lIes, by AI, 3JI.de Lunirtlne ru m- past!
misfortune I could explain how religious and ported into England and France in the raw that clue of our citizens of whom be speaks.
fttia! Frene acala-ny, u published' does not bend cruder neglect, or not a
he Courer: de" Cuts Uuis -L MJr. or the prospect of old age and the forgetfulnesa moral woman should adore strength alone late, hence it is in evident that there will '* "1 have been much pleated to learn that the
of the living She will remain alone without religion, khont moralit, &vi ith- be a good market fur manufactured silk at commercial proipects of Pen eotuN improving,
11 dr Jitter Stanhope, the niece of Mr. where she now is, without looks, without out liberty. Bonaparte was a great reformer home and for the raw material abroad.- and most ardently wish that the beat hopes of lU
after Un death of her uncle, quittel journals[ : without letters /rom Europe, no doubt ha reformed the socialword eJlbUrUJOft Unfold. friend may be fully realized. To the old inhabitants -
tnl ml travelled over EiropeYoung without friends, without even servants v ho but he did not consider sufficiently of that place I have a warm attachment, &
L}Iful aria rich, she was every where 'I are personally attached to hrr. She ia surrounded the elements of which he remodelled it.- We understand that book of eubscrip- hall ever feel a df'f'JIlnter.'t in their welfare.-
Itel with' the attention! winks interest i merely by nome nerelffe8 aud He moulded his ..tatne'witb the clay, and lion for the capital stock of Lake Wimico When I came first among them a*a stranger with
; Uli her rank, her fortune, her I niellift some black slave children, a few Arabian with his personal interest, instead of cutting and SU Joseph's Canal CompanYI were o- out friend or fortune, I experienced from them a
", sad her beauty might bo expected jeawnts to tike care of her garden, her it out divine and moral sentiment, out pe cd at Apalicb cola 13th Inl't'j disinterested kindness, for which I shall ever be
[site eJha eonstanttyr.tftl4ed to unite horses and to attend to her personal safe of virtue and liberty. Ihe whole of the stock was taken in a grateful
t' ; + file with that of ber worthiest admit ty. It h !generally believed in the country The night passed away in this manner, minutes-three eights by the merchant of The Rail Road to Columbus and Montgomerywill
't !I. i ani hiving piwd several years In where nh3 re-ides, aud my intercourse in conversing freely and ithout affectationon Columbus Geo.-one fourth by gentlemen annihilate the. intervening distance, and
f'f ; pKincipil s cities of Europe, sheemtmkfUh with her inclines me to the mine opinion the part of LftHy" IItKtert very subject here and the balance by the settlers at Apalachicola -! bring the rich tribute of the Alabama and Chat-
f J a itum Jrojs suite for instsnllno- that the s JI'p.rnatlullItrength of tier mind which springs from a word, and lead by -nearly twice the amount of tahoocliM to your delightful harbour It appears
n l The motives -for this expatriation and of her resolution is found, not merely: chance to a tonveraatiou. I felt that no stock offered subscribed for. We also to me that when this great plan hall be fully executed -
i,i D never been! known. By some it has in her own character, but also jn high; cord was v antiug to that elevated and thin learn that so soon as the necessaiy surreys the commercial wealth of these two no-
I i attributed to the death of a young religious Meai, In which the illumination' understanding and that every string in this and estimates can be made by a competent 1 1.1e 1 stream will be a* effectually: concentrated at
!list! r.,1nJral, who was killed at this per of (..urol'e !1,4 confounded with some of the instrument gate its proper sound, full andstrong engineer: the work ill be put under con-: Pennarola, a* if their waters were made to 'mingle -
in Spain, and for whom Lldy Hester orient il form of faith, and added to thin with the exception perhaps of the tract-the completion of which will con with thorn of her Bay Should this be the
r. Id to retain in her heart, to tho present the wonders of aere4ogy.( Whatever It! metaphysical string, which too great tension nect the waters of the river Apalichlcola case Pcnsacola will ultimately become one of the
the inset tender regret. Uthor sup- nay be, LidyMiauhope: U a great.name and solitude bad falsified or raised to with the bay of St. Joseph's Flondwn wealthiest and most delightful cities of the outb,
j It to bj owing merely to .tho taste for, III the east\ sal a great astonishment to a too high key for mortal understandings
Irv; nture which belonged to the enterpri- 'Europe. Finding lOy"olllO near her, 1 We pined, with a sincere regret on my V 73StT .s= 7.geQJTL T. We understand the 4th of July u to be celebrated
and irageous character of this young felt a desire to seer her. Her ideas of soltude part, and an obliging exhibition of regret at the &ak The Declaration of Independence -
; i' on. Whatever it maybe: she 'sat out and meditation had so much .ipjm-: on hers. bAIUHJJAY, JUNE 27, 1835. will be read and an oration will be delivered
,. passed several years in Co istaatiwple riMe nymp.thy with my own thoughts, i No adieus, said .!hies we shall often meet
,t h 1 embarke I for Syria in an Hngj hat I tell very glad to ascertain how near' again in this Journey, and oftener till in The naval honon due to the memory of the! either at the oak or at one of the churchesin
', It] I vessel taking with h ir the greater part we approached each other other journeys whu.n you do hut now project late Cum. J. D. Henlry, were paid her, on the' town It U gratifying to learn also, that ratable
Pier property and jewels!: of in/incase" salt I WM eoiiluctcd through an arbor of jc : Go to rent, and remember that you 21tinst. The flag of the U. S. u-ssrls .r< arrangement are to be made to enable theladies
:together with presents: of a1! kinds siinmei and rose laurels to the gate: of her lease a friend in be solitudes of Lebanon.
the
I in feati.ities of
I', t The shin was overtaken by tempest' inc garden A table was laid for M. Piirnc- She held out her baud, I laid mine on mj war were dixjjaycd at half mast, and minute to participate the, day
? i i 'Oulf of Micri, on the Coast! of Cara. val and my elf(*We dined very quickly,I heart after the Arabian fashion, and we de gun were fired by each of the ships and at the This ia as it should be, for while the better half

( 1 ,Ua opposite: the I:le of Itho-let, and 'and she only waited until we had risen! from! parted. Navy Yard, at 11 o'clock. of our. population will thus be enabled to enjoy
t" f| tck: 01: a rock some mile fro u the shore I lUle,,beforu she neat Leonardi to tell me 1 tlienuirlves, their presence cannot fail to exercise
i. :9 vessel went to pieces in a le* mis >- she wu waiting for me. I htstened: ,and LICKY To..,. .1 secret worth Kwuing. The following! ill an extract of a private letter a wholesome influence the conduct of the
1 { ant Lilly Stanhope's treasures found her smoking a loitj oriental pipe Tom l'ooncrVia the luckiest dog in the from a distinguished individual, to he editor. It I upon
tire buried in tao: sal t she esc po1 bare- she ordercl one to be brought to world, at least eo said Ins old cronies. "lie lei worthy moiety. An old faohiontd Palgeaudu .
(With her life, and was carried o t a (piece was ready a...t'u ttaneJ'to see the most began life a poor good for nothing methan >' gratifying to perceive that persons abroad are I to make part of the el'll'bration.
m I ',-.he ship to a little dessrt Islani, whereI beautiful and clcgaui women of the east they would 18ft without a rent in the begming to awaken n to a sense of the advantage The Pate&ud-(pronounced patgo) l. a kind
I I passed! twenty four hours, without smoke and I therefore'! was not shocked at world-without ole shirt to his buck, wmea the prevailing system of internal improvement -i of rural festival which
was formerly common -
; 'd aid wilho assistance At last some her gracious and careless attitude, nor at halt shoe to his feet, and with nothing but offers to the of Penlacola.Ve very
lJ terrain of Mirmorua; who were H ekfforsojiUof ''tlMt odt'raferuullllmoke which escaped in his bands to work. with. And yet Tom acceptance with the population of this place It
ijlioj the wreak, discovery heri light col tin: : from thco liploa beautiful wo- ipooner is one of the most wealthy and influential do hot ..at ourselves however, in our hopes ot would," to be of monarchical origin, for a

i j conducted her to Rhodes, where sheds I, ma,amid.interrupted thecon versalion w ithoutch.lliiigit men among us. What ajuck dog advantugi, to tin mere work now about to be King and Queen are indispensable It i* the
herself k'1oly.1 the Ei lnh Con ; VVe conversed time that Ton has been! lie "ent.
to along Bpooner among eouumnccd from this place to Colunibu Let duty of the former to have the,body of the .
L This deplorable! event did nor cool'nfr.xeil in this manner, and always on the favorite those who started m life with him, pa&-
?: ; she wont to MIta, and from subject, 011 t lie only and mysterious theme: but who were now the frequenters of grogshops any mtclligtut nun,who ill already) informed that geaud (that u to ay a piece of soft wood of the
U fn to Eii (lanl She coll ete.1 the wreck of inn extraordinary woman, this modern -Idle and dissolute, by the name of he harbour of Pensucola U the only one upon sue and shape of a chicken cock) made, and sent

.' t \ricer fortune, turned into tQoaoy"part of magician: recalling exactly the famous Lucky Tom.*It traded his old friend: not he Gulf of Mexico, that il in altogether unexceptionable round, from time to time, to the ladies Each lady
i "r Iindad e Utei, loaded another ship anagiciansof mquity, this Circe of the little to account tar his luck, "lie had no rant bu eye over the mapof the United attaches to it a ribband with some peculiarityto
th money And prints f,a tho countries deotru.It rich and though not extravagant, i
je intended to vltit, aad set sail. The appeared: to me that the religions doctrine he relAtlon'l. He was! no skin flint. Could States, and he cannot fail to be strongly impressed enable her to identify it. Its ownership is

ya8! wi prosperous, and she landed at '. of Lady Iksler! were a confuse he know some art cf magic that would un- with the conviction, that o oou U rail road: chronicled also, by the Jrusty servant w ho carries
.takia, theancLnt Ltodicra oathecoaitSyria thought skilful mixture of the different religion bosom the treasuresof the earth,and spread become the medium of communication betweenthe I the pdtgraud In this way tl.e bird, with itaetiormoui -
: betwean Tripoli ruJ lletduJret in the midst of which she has condo its gold before him lie paid no attentionto Ma board and the inl..riur. this place must I tail coon becomes the ino t flaunting
t t She establishes horstilf i 1'1 tint neigh n:led herself to 11\'e. Mysterious as the the words or fortune.tellers and gold finders into i .
rlio,xl! studied Arabic! Murroundo I her- Dtuwi f horn she alone, in the world i he merely staid at home, and yet his rise at once great commercial importance gaudy thing imaginable On the day appointed
F. If.with peoplo who couiJ ftcilititafor heri porhaja, knows tire mystical secret-reHijncdai course had been attended year after yeai We sometimes hoar it object,that New Orleans for the festival, a long piece of iron Is driven into
', intercourse with fie! different Arabian ; a Mussulman! and a fatalists as and'week after week with a w onderful share and Mobile must continue to rue a* they have: the body of the patgeaud, while l the other end of

,, 'I'I Ibei, Druzet, anl Miroiite, gf the county hu 1 -with' the Jew expecting a Messiah, of good fortune-good luck. lie must be risen, that their accumulated capital will enable the iron u Muck firmly into the af a post twenty
top
ty y and prepared, a\I was then doing ..royt and with the Christian professing the ado- in possession of some secret of which oth- I
r 1( elf f) make journuw of discovery inf the ration of Christ and tins practice of his char- er's are Ignorant-What can it bet If Tom them to preserve the ascendancy which or thirty feet from the ground. The com-
I ss accessible parts of Arubta of Maiopo ,i lUble IU.IFIdit '. Add to that the fautastic dad a lot of pork to dispose of, people were they have acquired, and that the production pany assemble in the morning, and amuse themselves -
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'x'r' ia and of the drMer&V.1enllhe colors and the supernatural reveries of an always willing to pay him a couple of cents of the country will continue too leek a market I according to their tanons tartcs The
t had b-come famili ir with the imagination tinctured by the east, and more a pound than any other person. And where the
greatest amount of capital: ill to be I young men bring! their rifle, and the girl their
the the and hinted solitude meditation the I he
y iutste rottume unaner by and some dog wa..lwaya lucky enough to
rUitoins of the country .... orginbsd a revelations perhaps of Arabiaa astrologers, pay his debts! .He was never so unlucky found.! To a hauled extent this may be true, guitar. The (j b, u i if jealous of the charms

'/ i caravan, l(.,id '+d .sam Ut'whk and your may form some idea or this sublime as to feel the grip of a sheriff, or hear the but the argument anppoeci a perpetual duration' beneath thou foliage, forbid the approach of a

-: presents for the Arab!ansna. .. and fanciful; compound, which it is creak of the JaiWoor. Tom married of thing a* they are an absurdity which everyday's I single ray from the impudent sun, and the hours,

over eyerYI'troC: Syria. lib,.1I1opo more easy to'coll madness than to analyze Whyl this poor sMehanic has taken the experience saves to expose.' If",. were to winged with pleasure, speed on to the time for
:I at Jerusalem; .at Damascus, at its and understand. No-this woman ia not sweetest and moat beautiful girl in the place
,,/ : at Delbeu.; a.t at Palmyra. It w atlrjti inune t madness, which inscribe Itself in Who would hav* thought ill ,What a con seek (at the meet appropriate. hoe' of flurtu.tum shooting the patgeand The king, who has despotic
r : in list station thainura&rou trihasof wanerinst 'but too evident a manner in.the eyes is not ,, founded lucky.dog Tissm Spoouer isl I lie and change, w*should perhaps find it in ;fortune control o.r'all the detail of the festivity( ,
1 Arabs, who had assisted her In risking written her beautiful and direct look.- must have got the girl by magic-yes, nothing ot commercial town and cities. From the give the iigiral Now come the,tug. The riflemen .
them ruins united around her tent, toT Madness, which always betrays itself In less than magitl" And then 'lom'sgarden earliest annals! ora the world the stationed
to tune and each fires his tarn.
present, are in
'\IB number of forty or fifty: thousand, and 'conversation, which It Is ever interrupting was a picture of neatness; the fen,
|{ htrmed with her beauty, boll grace, and I by sudden, disorderly, and eccentric starts, ces were never known to blow over, as did from the day of Tyre and Sidon down to those "There goes a ribband." It has scarcely touchedthe
1 >er rnunilccnce! proclaimed! her Queen is not to be detected in Lady Hester's con- his neighbor1*. ills land 'was rich 'While of New Orleans and Mobile, commerce has ground before the snccexfal marksman has

f 4 !Palmyra, and dcliberatei.nrins.ns to her ,venation. which, while) it Is elevated mystical that of his very pen door neighbors would shewn.iU as /flc kle as the wind, folding its golden It In hill band. "'Whotej II it t" is the question, for
t ,I pinions a moment at some favorite spot, It there is some lainli in the ea... Alact nobody'sThe .
4 jurupean\ protected by her, might rome and powerful.: does Tom put iotohis land How be rises
I. n safety to visit the desert, and the ruins If I were obliged to pronounce I' should one step after another If there I is an Important then like an' unqoirt bird, taking wing and fiy. conscious proprietor denies the ownership, of '

':I 1' ft Balbee and Palmyra, provided he engaJ nay that it Is a voluntary madness. which h station to be filled,wby Tom Spoo- ing away. Towns are the.inert iiutrumente of course, and our hero kisses the girl he likes licit- .
I ': d to pay a tribute of a thousand,plasters;: studied, which knows itself and which has uer was always the man. He could, gets commerc*, They W up for its convenience & suspicion.. This ill an episode in the genre -
i .this treaty still exists and wilt be faithful Us reasons for appearing madness The note discounted at the Dank without secu when longer this '
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executed the Arabs If admiration which 'If bcwteeii burly burly which now enacting The pat-
ly \ by they receive powerful her genius has rity. any question neighbors ?
HwwUlve proof of the, protection ',of Lady exercised over the Arab people who, surround warn to be settled why,-Tom-lucky Tom they mustces etothtive. Though it utruethere' gaud I Ie nearly all shot away ; the ribbands are
jinho'pe.Oa the mountains, proves that his pretended was always sure to be called in as umpire "'rethatthe, change which the fulsre is tikely to torn all to;-ribband. we were about to say,' but .
her return from Palmyra sltt-escaped madness is only instrument. To "And think of it "1 about in the
an now says one., never bring commerce of this country,cannot that would not do-however, there is no time to
ilng carried away by a numerous band of .the Inhabitants: of this country of prodigiesto knew Tom to speak an ill word against be anticipated with it
I certainty,jet certainly for choice of words b
in
I j r Arabs) of different, tribe, and enemies to these men of the rocks and deerta I his neighbor hi;h'shows plain'enough stop a J every body momentary
J p [those of Palmyra., She received timely no whose imagination is more dark.aud color- that there are many in his secret and there- requires no extraordinary sagacity! to perceive expectation that the next shot will bring
}I\j: Rica from her own' people, and owed her ed than the horizon of their own sands or fore, that ha dares not' utter a word to that we are about to assume_a highly respectablerank down the last remaining fragment of the bird.-
i: .WurUy and that of her caravan to a t0rte4l' seas, the word of Mahomet or of Lady ther prejudice. He never drinks-because s* a commercial town. Th re 'it tomes* No. If Stand aside." "It
ttnighj march, and to toe swiftness).of her.reel Stanhope u necessary. They want the to be sure if intoxicated some one will In order the better to understand this matter U tun.M ," Lend
1 who travelled over'an Incredible communion with the stars, nrophecteo, snatch his secret from, hfm.( lie has learned my me your ramrod. There
''space! of the desert In twenty.four hoars. :mir&clesnbe second sight of genius. Lady his wife the way, too. They both hair lei! us see what is to be taken for granted, and it goes.M Ko The mark hu now become sos

8he returned, Damascus,, where she re- .Stanhope understood this} at first by-the the secretHe sa>'nothing hard of hU ac what i* required to be proved I III& mall that j ace alone can decide .the, contest
fiwdeAaome months under the protection high reach of her truly superion understanding quaintances. He goes Church regularly Rail Roads ore about to become the means! At lengunHMd and general hUlA announces
nof die Turkish Paths, to whan 'she bad : and then, peifaaps, like all beingsendowed : but that is for mere appearance's, of tomnmokation and the instrument of itt terednaW'Irr The new king receives the
commerce ,
been. strongly recommended by the, Porte with powerful intellectual faculties He pores over books when be can find I -.
: ij After a wandering life in all the countries: she baa succeeded in seducing herself them, he mu,ibe tcaruingsomeihing more between the sea board and the interior congratulation* of his rural.vbjeete and chooses
r Of the east Lady Hester Stanhope finally and has made herself the first convert o( Qf his art of gettirg rich. lie U lay ing up: 21. The productions of the country will seek the partner of his regal honors, and all betake
i I j fixed heneiC! In an almost inaccessible loll r the symbol she has'created for others, treasures. And then he always has a lamp I that market which unites' the greatest number of themselves to their amusement*. Some dance,
i fade on one of the Mountain of >banoo., This is the effect this woman produced in his work room, lute, and he I. always the shoot and
advantage some sing, some at a ,
t target evening
i near to Saida. the ancient Sidftn.: The Pa II me She cannot be jud red or classed in a first up in the house, which furthermore .
IchaofSt. Johnd'Acre, .\bdaJapacha.:nho word-she is a statue immense dimen shows that To a'a mind is always bent up- 3d. A,Rail Road nay b.made from Nashville MirprUe them In the mid.t of their enjO1llent.I

[had a great respect for her and devotedness I sions. shall not be surprised if, at some on his secret IH cant find time even to to Pensaeola, at M little'expense and over as shorta This Ie u it used to be Abel! or the refinement

to her, granted to her the remains tl f[not distant .day, be promises herself-an take a glass with his old cronies thegrog distance, as from Nashville to New Orleans of the new comers upon these simple pleasure
a convent and the tillage of Dlgtotirl'in- empire In Arabia a throne In Jerusalem shop. He must Lava asemt worth know 4th Th harbour of Peoaacola is to I these rational and healthful '
equal
any ton/waft,
babited by'the Drotes. 81e, built there :The least political commotion in the region In,. It occupies his thoughts much that '
, I >several lieu***, surrounded bye wailer enclosure which'she inhabit; might raise her even ,to: he minds nubody business but his. own. in'th. woTUaccessible with all wind and pastime .
like our fortifications of the'middle that I And yet it does im weigh heavy on hit at aB seasons,, with 22 feet of water on the bar, ,
0 f, ''i aj s. She made artificially a charming I have, nidI to bet, on this subject but: mind-he U alvava,good ualured-couten- a secure roa>Md, and a bag sufficiently Urge fur We arf<)uei4ad by the comm..e.' (.airang

t c* garden, In the TVkUh fashion. In which, one reproach, to- make, to you-it U ltd and bl&pp-he La* no quarrelling in the marine of half the world'to lay a) in snent for the C 4 tcitin. of the:4ttwoV July, to
I \ besides a fruit and flower garden an] grrit I that you Lavebeentoo timid with eves family. All isplfiwant! and agreeable. Nothing anchor thk at eight 'clbck in the t
o tit ,
f. pery, are.kiosks, enriched _with sculpture rl and thai yoo have not pushed your fortune i* out of |tat'.. Suangcl fetrarge! the security .. say citizens morning, and,'
l tt unl arabesque jalattngs, water where might conduct you. said these wiseacres, that Ton Spoonerthat These postulate sound like truisms, and w* I will assemble at Collins Hotel,
; ft' in marble fountains, Jets in the Ihtddte 'w r! Yon speak,'eaid she to ate, like a man poor weehjaie-sho began with nothing think they:ar*so. That U may be some time to- march thenreln: procession, with aband of muMC,
, S the pavements other kiosks together with who.\iU btlt.Y..too much in human trill, of whom roll prophesied that be I for"the productions *f the country n will setk to &J..Episcopal Chunu, where the DoclaraOon
.. t. orange aad.Ito. trees in abundance.j and not enough In the irr sbtibft mpireof would rome out of the imwend of the horu of inHependenc will be read and oration delivered. .: r
; fit 'There Lady Stanhope lived for: neveral! deatiny. My own strength ts. Sinai-I -and wtobrlwrd nothing of it, but stuckto I that market which unites the greatest aamber. of an
, years, in a truly oriental style' of European await it. r do not Invoker-I arn growing ai*work, should have been so fortunate advatangr,* is probable enough.. BoJ IfJ saws The following will be the order of the '

; an or Arabian ,jfrogomaju s*, a munerou.. old-I nave dlmrninbeil considerably1 mi' -.::.eo l ieky bible I t'p early-late to bed I think it apparent, this be the jj**whisk po.iN **... procession. *
train of wonsea and black slaves and In fortune, and aha now alone and abandon' -eter el work with handor head!-He the amount of tutor !commercial advantage Orator of the day and reader of the Declaration -
:, reUtlons of friendship and even of political -, on this rock of the desert, a prey to the must have a sect et worth know ing I-Ah !II greatest of Independence. >
'. alttance, with the Porte with Abdslapacha -] first bold fellow who would wish to force my Lucky Dog! LukyToml I What can hi *, on th* Gulf of Mexico, k b in vain if .; -
with the Emir net
r. of Lebanon, and especially with the Art-J'servants BW ungrateful slaves, who rob me bet [National, tagle: ] lanced by the wealth ot influttx of other tow.ni. Judge of the United States t

tiaoHchieksofthe deserts of Syria and. ever .day,' and lOmetim threaten my life It I. to be recollected thix every' timing ia this Clergymen +, ,
,Dajdad.8M' Latel! t owed my salvation only to my RtMJWC".JtAt United Siatet of America. Officers ,the United States .
>a her fortune which nad been, still I daggr-ri of which I was erred to male .=-lu 17W ..nl)' fifty years ago, an American country t*yet ia its Infancy Th greet Valleyof ,
cotw:derable. diminished, front the derangement vse t i defend my bosom'again thedaggvrof v **l "'a* Mixed Liverpool for lh. Mmnniipyt, wrtk a population et fire Bullions I Dfficen cf lb< Army and F avy '

of her of sire caused by hr abr black"slave whom I bad brought p.- having on board eight bales of cotton, as it U etpabl of receiving spopwhlua *f fiflyuuiUeu PieaUeot" and Ducrtor, .f the Bank ef Pen*.
..W:: trom-'Eagland, and iXe found ;Ahr.xwelll the midst, CaU these tribulations was supposed not to be the growth of this Its UeUdd . '
*more populaUoo has In. ...
,Dtrralawd t> thirty or forty I am happy t I answer every! one with t'OUntryVlao then would have supposedthat JPreshie
',grog ta oM,'which, is still sufficient h'W I the'! sacred word of the'MusNilraen, Alia there odd have been at this time, ty years, and it will treble agalala twenty years 1 $ ud Directoai. ot th 1 s11 RfradCo.Stranger .

.tW country fur the train which Jf>rtArtb* will of God t and await with more than 000UO bales of raw material exported nor. JUt above all, It is to, hs raaembered *.
Stanhope It obliged takccp up. )I confidence the futpre, of which I have to that city la a year besides or 40QOJO that the standard by which the eoaMtecrtal advan- Citizess .

u pw persona who had aceoropalued her*_Pokeao'DUo and 'which I should wish bales to ether part of Europe and so U("*of a town ore wile measured, .is*not John Jcfruon, Jr Jour E. M mn and
front Eu-opeeither died or left hart theifrHidspip to ,Inspire yon the certainty which it ,would too, be manufactured hare o pew, FlorenU
you
: of the' Arabs which could ,,oUl"t to l1a"t. extensive a scale as not aly to supply ,what used't* to. *> Wear* Laths oudst eta T. Couwya sr* Sffomtej* Marshals
be mabta'ned! by presents began, to cool{ The name of Bonaparte was mentioned, the great demaad, at home, but enable our revolutMa," whose rapid though .ui-lea'jtv el the day. '. -f :... \:." ',:..

bee 'intercourse with them became les (rt. ,as usual in the con venation. merchant to compete) successfully with grew will be tksmaetastoiMiIng toeaa fe will beseen We art reseste.'at;U'say' tW the --ubrscriptbsi
'client, sad L*4t1.Irester fell cute Jl4eeomI fanaticismorthis t[ those England ia foreign markets.
Ism the results bilk it produt fcr is,
ealy w &kkpntbe tk
.oUtuJe h'.1rJa' "JUD a. paper ibm > of dy
plrfe ; nan would puts barrier be Those Individual engaged in introducing .
+1e.Wj $iWWt. hei 1 Jnerolam 'e4 tote| |I tween"'". the culture of silk into our country But wt Vrtaia: the redrt fins OK |.ttor whisk' > r.a: e,. Cgllaas nrsmt.t.., ': ,- .. .

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I 7 fl, tword-of wit it like the cy of the l

me, it CUlt down )friend and! foe, !and at : PROSPEC7'Csor 1 $ 1OO Reward. Vnltcrt Staff. ofttnfrica Dr. IxwH Willla //1

eke* every thing thai accidentally lie mu (iatette TUBTallahatter ant, Jrntrat .W-I ESCAPED; from the cuntedy of the Mar. .Wetter District if Florida Lt : the of the 20th of 1' .
| way. night day County, of nsacola. ;
Rarely drink but when thou art the I rtitittr.FI1I1E (|I M.uch lost William Hanibktort shaass T Die .'lal'tAQI".f fa UV dry J
undersjgned propose to publish. >
convicted ulm'ro and nnod (Ire. -
stealing by'lhei
mailer the drink the clearer hag, .
the head, & X the City of Tallahassee Florida --U.h"r.
aweekly i Jury the sum ol seven Hundred Dolli.ru & aide.
older the blood j which are ben 'I' I Pierre 1L CoUson of the ci
|n temper and huineg great Gazelle paper and 'General entitled Adtertiser the "Tallahassee" I I, cosiaof OI'rution. The said\\ illl&ni Iliun- WHEREAS Orleans hath this day nltd \ \ ol tji.ju. to lAae uiucttd frun 1
its co blcton u about four of the hou. Ito Courl for the
lumns will he devoted twrniy \ears Me, about in l the Superior Court of West Florida bupvrior '
PORT or PCXJS.WOLA. Improvements to Politics, Internall!, fire test wvrn and a half' In'hrillilh, ki L'vnsacol*.In the County vf itiuiU District ol rloiida 1 shkilpiocccdto
and
general intelligence? fair complexion aud light hair a little incur' Wa catering Admirably t&iUD1-j I sell at publiccndue on lie l iu lit) of ,

Arrited.i comprising and the new of the day, both fo ''I Ii tied lostop when standing end it very found Libel, 'tahnllI&A4'll1Ig and ,' \ August tiext in from of thaI Ciourl litUkvin ,.
Schr. reign domestic wither civil! or political. shouldered blue and has bold look.- fvusacola all the title and "
i Lady Madison, Carrune, Mobile I e) rs a substance u loUow s. right, lute- .
:_ Ligo to Jernson and Foster and the master.I'j'i i cued In in accordance bl lo Ice custom, we shall pro' The said Umblcton| escaped withoutbav. Thai, on or about the sixlh day of July real, ul John \:)l.lIul1&1ote...tu In, nun to :

| 18chr. Bravo, !Smith) New (Oilcan Bal- ','I the R'ery manner, to lay before ing paid his fine. The abut e rew and thvir- eighteen hundred and thirty three, Michael ihe loUow tog tracts ol Loud or iu no U.W.U
1st. public an oiuual) eta of the plan on fore will be<< giH'n for the tl c lit cry of the said Carruiic became was indeblra loth Mid Iheuol: as wul satisfy Ihe above LxuUiou

.!O. Bhcr. Ro"c,in-Dlooni. Pons, Mobile. Cari 'I which\ the ill Gazette will be conducted. I I \\illian lUmbMon in the lownofMamann.i 1'. II. bison! in M sum of 11101 "yIll' tm- and costs lo w u. .
i Military: !Stores for u.. 1 b.: Army. They the w laodururksulttheConstatutiattof endeavour steadily to in : Jackson'l'4IIil\1) dmtiict, of Met Florida lance hereof now renminlng due is ihive '1 he one uiulitidcd fourth part tf twotonctHm

I:Schr.:: : Eluabeth Forsyih, Now Orleans vicw1 toJauir \\ E.\uni orTHOMAS hundred dollais and eunt) twoctuts' : & i: of lauu one ol tU aJ pats and
i I 1C United Stales, by which% they hope'I I WI1ITC.Uapatq the oilier ot IbtU ltt"ut lattice units
M. I
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to G. run
largo Willu and Co. .1 thai to secure pa) mtnl ol said turn nl mojney
ISchr Creole, Caro, New Orleans Cargo I I titan to steer and Iheir firmness course will aright.be!: A* inodtta-' Martha Jhntnct U. /'. the Mid tariuue ext.cuted to the raid I jiuisacola I la) lug cad bung in L ian>tiu'i '

\ \V. G. W. .' our motto, ate I April 11th 1NJ5.-f-Nt. H. CoUson cerium luoit '" DUiuyi on the'ttluaea it u. lx-tica upt/u ;
Goldburl", Michelci.Barkley, flyer < I shall be slow to brand jilt political, hercs) .: 'JKchooacrll.MiowiHd tl" a and cotiiiiianOnl att vjon b a I'I' at .ihe suit ol Lawitmc AiilluuUiiii againstJohn
f those politicians \, 1m duli Tii.v ( .late. ) '
| Schr. Charlotte, Mack, New Orleans 111,1) honestly II' \illcrlur' !I I said Car rune, and called the Ladr' laude Oliif Executor: ol HIVMKU John lets i
in opinion from tar- Fur 'J'trnlatxil 7'1.'(IS. I ION
\ tnt County ..llt'l1\1l111C''C al'ct1.
rgo to G.V.. llarkley, James }Forsth It | son : 'I hat afterwards the said tJ'hadI'
nd to order. 1 is our design fairly to repo.l the passing S"IUld.1lllt'> ht dot! of AugUkl next,m tune leimne indebted to I'. II. ColssonandCo. JAMES W. LMM, Marsha

Eliza I Political ncwsufllu) da)', the poliilcu between the hours 10, and I'A: A. M. in !New Orleans, lor Goods: purchased D.) JUM.1'H bll.KKA, D._)i. '
Dawdsou '
JBrig
Alexander, New "II-Wlllhal may hate occasion loadtocate 1 shall ot'cr for ae, in front to the ('(nn- ol' Uiem and to raid him in their Juno_ bill. 1NU).-Ja.-lH. .
Irleaiu. Cargo lo J. Campbell and C. w ill he done Uisputsioiiatelyofar'' House the ait olP, cnla. the lotluw astute -- j
:| hut ) m> ,
I. I I : debt, a trail fer of _aid Schooner enllnl theLady l\uT1C CALL
Kcyser. j aa! we ace ronci'inod, and we hope ou, '! ingrop| sty' ,.r.o unit'h thereof, n? till: Madison
trade lo
I Schr. Eliza Ann, Grune St. Marks. Car i firm-Is- \\ ho may f.a our tie with toiiiiuu-j j pay the 'J crlllor) LI I I louil.t.; and count) n',11Il was rtlt raid Alphuuae3udcndtugar linn in: pt-meetu. iinitlittU lo the stair tilVr 0 f
kiloII. \\illisaiidG.. 1V. I In.it'lil1on.. ill ob a \ > hl.b uuiaivru
lt.uk.ley. w cr\llit'bame ruleother- I of hscaniNa, lor laic K "1.t' U't'rtIlUIl' to" whose: name as 0\\ tier she .I1I1I'\'n1llluI' : & are hereby
| Schr. Fair Lady Mcrrell, Charleston. I w isc their !publication will not take placer I the 31st. dill Hffii.iii: 1 Ilnlt'. .. the thai ihe' raid t'nrrune is butt iioiilud town,r iwuid .nd make, jnvUKUI -
availing
Cargo to Navy Ageitt.4 : iu the nbfturvaiiceof! course, we aall 'I iixro are |I'hlt> lo iI.,' HIJ|>MUr telorC tnt<|, self of tliin ciieiiniKtsnce to staid the at-d all thoKf having hums .u.sttmiUffiute

\ Sloop Huntsman, Hernandez, New Ortans. act with .till' unpurti.ilii) I day ol ails, logeil.cr wild all coda and klhis dttt d ifr lo the Cain I' II.tolsson sue j..Csird to j>tmui u.cir fih
Cargo lo the lII .-IIcr. It twill U- the aim of the publishes, to cluruts.. payment uctouuls scion) liu.Id lor seiucintiil.GLO. t
'I hat Uic cliiiin of I' H. Coliv
: : ''>ii
nrptl.tl+t. render to their patiofls, all the al1pll'\1ol1 ,. HENRY HAS.It .-). I & Co. has been unit huebrasher LAlthl\'. tlNO'lltiE.
diMlMigrd
Schr. Two Sisters, Chandler New Or-, the) arc capable of, bl'.AIUIl: in iuiui: too. ,' CAt Hl-Sof3IIQlr Land, &fir !'. II. fully I'oisfon Adnilniktiaior.May tk
of
:aria. Cargo Lumber by the master.! ewer the u1.) adagethey that would attempt I i jiOvf ult'tll.l: l of Til dido: Hit er, IUniiltr sold l"chr. 1.a fully Madiponto rm'raaerdto | 3la..I! .-I'l.-ttt. ___ .
tly .
| Schr. Oicllo, Cult, Philadelphia. Car I toj>lfasct.'tr> body will pica-: '! *!' fiom the cit) of Pciisacoia, bonndcO! the iccontey snvd M. L'umuui whkhlic is at all l. -1'ltxce.

i 50.5JO feet Lumber, 3J sides: Leather by U) ." /II'.U'I' II)' LiibiiiioNerra'sUiiUmid others Vkcaii hut tend l) hide : w line lore the libt-llani rilHE undeinnitd is now ready to rf .

I. Kelly. I Although it Hour design! lo pnr_uc a I II on (he Last, and \Sotlit taeunt Itiiidn, alaI I prajs Ihui Such relict tiny I Iot' granted linn JL ccha: the lILY '''axe* illll'WoUI| on taut

a [Schr. Maria, Olmetcjcl, Hat :imia! : Cargo I I course uuirumdlt'J, by I lie; sliakk'.i of nj on the "YIIII.Iby the, snia till: )' of FtrdiUo. aid dccu l' made tun to the Court: shall at- chi ensue, Mutc, llorsts. Can luges &c. oil
B,51M feet Lumber by the master political: 1)\1'1)-111 nuking thus n\owal. < Anu'iiiit of I IIAl'I. 'J 4J. uuii in the persoiiK. luing the nume on or bunts thu
Schr. Creole Roche New Orleans \\would uot be uudcrMood mdilfercnt JUAN UOMI.NfJUlIS.: : pirintsttt .
[ 13,1 I: a. U'liig : 1 terse therefore to admonish and tocite hrst da) ol Mu) lint will be allow eu a Ji.-
>J: Bricks by L. Hubbcll, aud one. box b) lo the importance, ol loirtii j>ntici- 12 S/ ALlIl: 01/ all.: rnteLandHitii- are hat toiiiit uibf r. stir, and all '1 xis unpaid
t nil l persuii lint dig or prcifudmg lo cany
W. Barkley. : |pica.1'hey dud h'I\ll'flll\\lIlh''lI\JI- : .
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/ on the in t day ol Ai.fcu.i lanai will beuiKtrained -
Mini M-licouir Liul
Sehr. Andrew Jackson, SanJcrx, New I'I ui il>h however distinctly to hair III, which first point imukcd Aio n Iud pine, right or ml 1C i,1111 ) tut uccordmg} 10 Il&w. I
wad
ork. 10OiK( :) feet Lumber by II. Kelly. known, that the)' will ntiiliirle.ulthe \ai. with twotiosMit" .isdiHitinl' 3 .iiiilt'H west 'IUlII "lI, later tae klu allllll,1| lurnituie.lo quid PAULO PALMES: I

.Hehr. Almiri, Elh" N. Orlean. ROOOjet b jor fullua'rn the hail of dinning '11111111,1 I II trout the coy of h'II"hl'"hl, Un.ndrd on all, be" and al| peat Ul to the Judge! of City '1 u.e'tullerwr. ,

| Lumber by J. Quiu. I Io I I cal uilnjjuiTg, who urn "miunf j'li.iuj.li'" I'ldl'lI by tueaut, laud Amount: of Taxes,: c"urllo, be liolden in PcnsiK-ola on thu first. Puikttcola April iMh 1535.8.3t.nU'l'ICE.: .
Schr. Bi-avo, :Smith, Sag; Ilarlwur.\ 4J, in propoilioii: to their interest" :S"I.. Monda) of July next, to chow cniiHO if any "----.
they can or hate, shy rich irhef as is :
BO feet Lumber by the UU ler. Sceeralculuni suftheazctteaillbeup.: IONTLNAL.
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[Schr. Far: Lady, Merrtll, Orrill t9t1.-i piopnated to Essays of l\h'ralulld MIM l 'rl-! ACKE.N: of 3d Lund IIIUlItlrd c'n'' pra>ed for should hot t>e aw aided the hbt I IUnt. AT the! nut term of honorable the

lallan by the Mauler. lalloou character, under thc 1'atluC Iteud- 640 the weM aideof the Cmk cf Indian lUniiitv: Couttul'Escaubtalubuty: loU1 .

| 8ihr. Eii,i abctli, Forsyth, New Orleans! inns forhalumlay cti-nnijj. puce, a huh nu't cs into liajou Texur And whatsoever )ou shall do in the prr- hl'ldIt the city of Itiwacola, on the

SO)) feet Lumber by the ni wter. The- publishers ure full) alt air of tludiflicultius mid ;3 3.1 milts :N." ..... XV frlllllhfl elm) mina you .hliU dui) riitity unto tin Juuge! tircl A'.ondu) 01| Ccu lot r i.ixl, I tliull sjpl

I of their undertaking, but' they of PcUitaiola, bc>uiid, 'il tin tl.e N. \\, b) atitreeaidtugethet: with tlxxc pnt. i.tNiiiie '. lor the _i ttli fluent of in) hut C('uut. a. tut'' r.a-

For l'n,wnsfp only. placo greal iclnnre on the public III-era 1 land roraCcd lloi liai.ri.ioiualontht l : \ !> the llonoiuMe John A. Cann eeutor of Loci I'UKMB ttcS4ta laid.

fast schooner lity, and belieteth.it a dihuent utliiition 1"1'' N. \\'. und :S. 1-:. baconts Lands. Amount nut Judge of of mid Court al IVIINUO- utotv to be 11'11111) tiiMhaiCid.
TIIE Ann sailing bunnies-: and u zealous ctloi lo M i 1\t of Tuxes, &i :VO. la thiaaixte'nth day of June in the ) cur lll.NhMICI1EI.ET, '
Cliprl'l':1.:
public! will secure to Ihcmschesa liberal eighteen hundretl & thirty Melts' oi Executor.::
'i w.rait.for St. :\Iuk.1I About LUKENXO; 1' Jl'1OlTlUAN
I shire of pationane. % the independence the United States, A rip I lib, 1H33.! -ft.-(IU.toTJ .
Thursday next. Apply to the ( 1 MailSol:: 9d rate Lund aituntcd
The City of Tullaha ce !l.i' locutrd! in no the
> ing iCi.
board to *1 3 miles N. E. of ihe fiblhlGEO. 1 .
eptaiu on or of : city ol F. UALTZELL CM.By '.
I the centre }'loridaaod vurroundLd b ,
G.V.. BARKLEY.June many natural adtnul-iges: po sesM-s in )a I Yhsarola fronting to the Uiy on the heist; R. M. *OltliES; U. (,I/c. AT the next "'1111 M the honorable 'the '

27, 1 H3.-Irt.-lt. : gncn fpiice! around Us tenire u larger IM.I aide, Uiuiided on the north by lauds 01 A True llI': ) 'witty told Ioh Ksiintiatoiii.llta
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& I pulition!: than that of any other portion of! JriuiMiTo i Ttuurd and west by \'Ic..nl' J. W. EXUM: I Ma,..hal: I.). !ear held nt ln( ui)' ol 1 riissioia t.1l111t.I List
Warm CoM Hath" I lie Territory, wiihinlhu I same Lniily has' Lauds Amount of 'fll el. bl 7U: 3-4. JUs. tmrA: lri..Mur. Mondry ail l IHloUr litxt, l shall. alii| | ') loteelttllla
I,T the Barber' Shop next duet to : but I JAMES: L. (.OUl one weekly
Bank of Pens.\cola. h"l newspaper.In ( No. 10 fil let un Church :Stirt't. Amount -. --- of 11111.11'>. LUMIO I IIlt.10 41u'u(1, n.d
addi.lou to this theta arc VhluuMe '
---- -- --- -- tracts of Lund chide many doubt of Taxes. fcmni3' 3-1. Oirb i IN A N17K.To :. IUO Ctole "."1111) dcttbotbtU.11LAlal .

NOTICE .1! will soon be brought: in caltiv we ation sliin.l not B. 1(. PIL1U.E. I' authorise the Ma)u r'of the city hf(JVn- A.llHKLtT',

P T the ntxt April term of County Court the prevent prices of the &1 eat staple of the No. 2rt 1 lot on the Bay. An.ount ol I moot, lo grunt to the Alubnhta Lxccutor.:

k. of Esc.rtnoia: County, I will present my I! country be maintained hich must >iderablj i- Taxes. yOU tt. Florida .and .1 Georgia- nlll.I.unt1l'om. April hut, 1836.O.-Cin.
VJ cheraan I account, a:11 apply for a fir ungincut the population of the DANIF.L STONE.No. puny to ruler wan thud rued in any one

J sclllpnnat of the estate of G11E.JOKIO: ( country. VH1 lot on Cuna Street 160 1 do.on I I' stretl of said rity.tcc. .
s RO dcce used, amt ask I') bo finally disrgud. From the considerations! stated uhme.we 'Intuideuiia Sirovt. Amount of Tateca' I. lIe it ", ;" .,'b, tAt .Miiyuruudliv r AT the next term of Ihe honorable the ;

< have therefore nu hesitation In bt'lic\ OO. ". rtl nfAldtniHii of the (.'(hp Kjl'tntacof County ourtcll'BCtuuUatouii. lobe r I

: "7MARU: c. no. ing that we may with niileiiee( rcl) 1u MERCED V1DAU ,. I' ; That the Ma)01, I hr stud .hv is berth) held at toe city t/f 1'tnsMula. t,n lie; ,rat

d /niuiitrpIrir.k the complete sucios of our .intl riaCiug.. No. 131. ':'U) fret on Intendciitia S riCJ authvrirrd to er"nll'erlDi..llion. to the Alabama Monday olOctolri next, I tLail aril) fur

f June 27, 1935.=\8.-tf. on the suoport via generous public. Amount ol Taxes $00 1114. Florida,. C"orBia/ t .cillol1t1 'tiflpa-- chic scituuitnt ol teat acc.....'.. .k u.t Kxc: << *

1'ensaclila- CONDITIONS' ESTATE OF X UnN Eo"-. any to enter with their Road in any siren ciiior of ADIUIOKAVAMO l tiutasrd! mid I
Dunk of The "Tallahassee General Advertiser" Four arpens on the Suburb \\ut (I( the Scuttling lo the water oltlibllay. I.r IVn" route lo be filially discharged.IlENKi I

OTICEi j"hereby giycntbat i Mr.\V All DE will be printed oo. super royal kheet, at city ufl'nsacoluamountof taxe (IsWtxl3.iF. HociUs. ""lle rouduious iCiiml'tcr prvvideU. :: MHIIELET I 'l 1

N BOHCIIAMU appointed Cashier, pro.! Four dollars pr annum, payable in advance T. CUMAIYts' Lxtcnior. .

,.. of the Bank of \ and Is fully ur on deliver) of the first no. four dollars Tax collector for E cambia coutiiy. &et. 2. JleitficrttrOr< aLnetl That aC l'rillltb, lh33.-L0.-Cm.: ._
lihnri/.cd to transact all the duties ,of that fifty cents after the expiration of six months Pensacola Jany. 13th ltO>-6m. trrskkl company uac, selected &the, streetin

, l ce during the lIummer In my a "'n.e. or five dollars at the close of the which they dculre to .Cuter said Cil) NOTICE.AT J
JAMES CATLIN. No susbcription will be received tuna less o mice of the Alabama, Florida and(:et> with their Roiwlihat the Major and Alder' the next term of the honorable\ X

Chalkier.Western term than and the paper will not cia Rail Road Company, Ptufrurul-I mn rctx-rve tile light mJeMignate what .County t'ewrtof Ekcanibia ('O\1ot", tow
olleJeatt March 11th 1833.Til : : .
Florida be orders! ,-and all arrearage pact of the street, 110 nfkctvd<1 shall be u- held at the City of Jeiikutola, on tic
; District of are paid up. IE Subscribers to the Capital Stock ed by said ronspany.Sc : Oust Monday 'of October nut 1 shall apply

t:. I lra, ,/ nlfto71 Superior Court The first number will be jmued during : of this Company ore hereby notified 3. V* itfuithfr OfJaturd, That for Ole settlen.cul of my accounts oltbll txecutor -,
4 Term 1833. that three instalments of
March the ensuing summer, or early in the full. ten dollar or said company shall provide s-ich proper A of MABJA-HNA' UOMFAV, deceased ail
Bill for Pajtitiorr'and Injunetion. each share, .hare been called for by, tin will iiiii-td free -
.
Communications addressed: lo the publiher u.ullllluuru, as a passage move to I I. rinally dikchaigcd.
rhllip McR.complaining: n.Thomas President and Dircrtois and that the same of stud *
must be pot paid. for tu tiaimporlatloii penona goods MARUARHADCLARUA, j
William .. Wat- will be due and the Ofl.ce of the
Adminisutorof payable
i White JOHN BALDWIN & Co. across the track ol said! Uo d.Nr. Z"rir,
| Bon and the heirs of II,imnh Slwikleford.I ., Tallahassee, A"prll Silt, 1W3.DIUrict :Conipary on the Itt IODd.)'.. of Mb), 4. lie it further Ordaineil, Thai April lllh, 1639.-0.-0ui. '. '
I I 11 ordered by the Court that notice be' Juno ohd July next. nothing in Ibis ordinance, shall be M construed
-David J. Shacklcfurd Richard ort."lorItIR 'I 110. W. IILOUNT, 8my.Pensacola NOTICE.;
veIl to ,' as to dt j lrl\ the Corporation of the :
liacklcford, Edward Shacklefnrd Leland tinperior burl JrranrbiaLbnmly March 14 1P35.-1.-4U right of cotniuimiraiuitf in any way,, A T the next trm.oC the honorable the

fnp a.n-1 Sampson' Samuels, hei3; of Han- May 1 Tel"Hi, 1833.Wir 1\101111)1011 luwe: through the limits of the City.Josta'lI. xm. County Court of LVcamUa Cotnty, to {'

kh Sh ckleford! that nnlens they annwer >. II. Chase, Complt. n. Cora Ann 81o- SIERRA, be held at the city oft etillfcot'\oQ the frs.1\ .
Aid Ptntorvla Shift Office! IJlokr/ (A.
0 conpUhunls Bill filed herejn-on or be- comb, Ida Ah11 Sloeomb, C'ulhbert llarrivm y ) President, Monday of October next, J shad apply for
ID
re the first day of our December Term. Slocomb, and Caroline Augusta ,t41c.l rriHlSEsUbliHlinittil lion to kccoibinodate w Travellers now a catdi.l 1'lWtf'd May 30th I fl3'. the settlement of my accotat as tno txecutorof 1

( le same will be taken pro tOnre.'o. comb heir at law Samuel It. NlocomUd hereiofor The Wflicfor suagrealily M. (:m'I'I'(ar, JOACHIM: liAatUA deceased, and
A Copy. 'reaiedDefU. IN CHANCERY.:" us Stage lo be .
< Urcretary. mute finally dUchargtd.IIL'NUY rn
tfratelkTs from )icbili- Prnsurola\ and
Attest, J. WITHERS, Clk. Ills day came the Con.plam.ini by his J MI CUE LET ,
Approved IIlle p
T aslewaid. is 110kept at this House. The 1835.L.
I June 13th 1833.14.4m.Escadtbla: counsel, and it appearing to the rails- keronimodalior w ill Le as fjtriM. ite as the f.\'ANH, }:xecutor., vl

--- Court faction of Ihe Court, by afli'Jatii Bird that comfort of Traveiiem; inn ret uirt.: Mayor.NOTICE. April 11th, ie33.-3-Bni. ar
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County -
the defendants in this cause rtnide bay Quid J. W. L M)1)IUNS.Blakely NU'1'IY.HAVINGobtaluedleuenof& r,
April Term 1833. the j'iridiclion oC this Court and in the :. .
kRDERF.nthnt CbarlriLe Huron, Sa- Jany. 3d. 1833.-44.-tf. adminJsUa.
stateoflaatisiana. 'Ilureforeitisordered .
weeks from the doe thrrcoT, the r
muel Patterson and John K. Pringle by the Court that.the said Defendant cio I N'l'lC I.-u/1/ii will apply to the Honorable co Ring,
Road Commissioners on 'the : deceased, from' the County Court tf ticawiblrt .
appointed appu'ir: here on or before the first tIll) of
person.cuneerttedthat Chart ol Ltcanibia
rent aide of Esrambia River, add Joseph Ihe met term and answer tbe"Lill of the I HEREBY notify aU the County County ihoe who,have claim again the "
six week after the date bf r of I for permission to tU so much of too real
James W. Earnest, and John A. Entaieare requested$0
brsth the be taken prfl'"ttheiiilcgauy
complama'it: : or same: will fur dormsed
Manuel 1 will
shall apply to the llunorabl tie Judge ofllieCouaty estate of Booifay as
the East side of said rh"t. attested for setUcniMitaiMt' those UtdttUd& \
mpllC.n on nfeoneil and tie matters mid things iliereincitnUinfd .
C. EV A S. Judge.A i decreed: accordingly.idil: Court of Erfcarubla County, &or be sufllicenl to discharge the debts remainIng >>- are requested to make paymentMARIA !

true CUP rbL ordered that of ibis Letters of Administration upon the Estate uupold.FELIX OERTKIIDE 11010.
{ is I farther a copy orderbe of JONES COUD, deceased. BONIFAY. A CRUPPER I :
published iu the Pensnrola Gaz.-ue once BENJAMIN COBO.. & THERLNE ItOMrAVAd",.. ddtmrt!
If.t5.10.4t.TO'i'1C1! : IW.-8L
1 May Ifi. a week for four months eucceicwtly. Peiisaeola.! May rjd, 1833.-II-tit.T of Manuel T'Onitay Drcrased.PciifsrMa trlil20th
:. A Cryy June Iblh 1833.-15.--41. S'Irwc k* after 2al, I rill apply for ,
Attest, UEO F. BALTZCLL. C7/-. lit .ub eril.er has rtftyned' 'totn Letter*of Ado>i.l ration to the bon the .
LL person Indebted to- AMa A. M Slay 16th, 1833. 3JU.-4m. Brick Store adjoining Messrs. Jrrrt- :: Judge of the County Court kUcambia Coun l
r
"JacktoiL, are reqllIIIl'd to make" paylent where all the .
IOn/ Filler, oniers Cloitimf ty ou esiat* IHANCIbCO: I Gll>Odeceased.
on or befote' tbe firM day of March District Wct Florida. will be p'DDClu&lI attended to. ALL person Indebted to the estate of tJERJKAUPO PAIIGAJI.Uti .

Bit, to II.KELLY, Esq. *'ha is authori- Superior Court IVawtfa ,,. A. NORTHROP. ,\ \' 'WAITjkreasedareUrfb) "UDe 1839.: V
1 to receive the rame. All not>. and arlints County May Term 1833. May 30th, 1B33 12.-3L uvii/Wd/ to ('tImc'forward & make pay nienl4
not paid as above will be put into Wm. Mitchell by hu next friend Jt-"..-, C. __ and all those bating slain against said e.. J fIU LEVETI'S! W bolrsaU. 'tad

ic hand*of an altoruey forimnieJwtetoI- Allen ComplU ,*. Eliza Mitchell iota To all "'bom It may ecntcrn. Ute tie requested to present lueiraicouiiURANDAL retail BOoreSIIOEsTOIIy: 1.si*

NioD. 1 and Abraham MibHed Admr. uf Andrew THE subscriber forcwarmsalJ prmws egmlly. als..k'tt; for ...,ulePt( t. building. Corner of l'aJalol4 Jw.mana .
ARTEMAS STONE, Aeeigneof i Mitchell deceased, Deft IN CHANCE cutting wood or ctinimiuin*; ALLId.Aduinistralor. : tkrftttt. "

A. A. M.. Jackson. !tv.,111x they depredations' on hi. lands ly 1 lag cu JUDe 2011. l$3$-15-t1. ;I

I Jan.2&-4/\-ld./ $ day came the complainant by his the W. side of ibe Little Bayou, eomniftocmg )Iacb28tb: 1833.-20. Jiun Away.1IAKEN J;e

Tavrni. : bud it appearing the web at it* the*ith, fronting in the IJ., &f -' up and Ce'ntnitt.!
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having purcbaaed the faction of'the Court that defendant Eliza I'eiaacola.and running tip the sun-*, IDH NOTICE.: .I. to Jail a Mnlfr'co lam

,liE Lease Subscriber of this Establishment, baa or>eJ Mitchell i it not an Inhabitant of the Territory bra iD' the Point between the two l>)onto undersigned five* notice that at !rlL by the name <>f VT ilium, fee leabout

for the accommodation of 1 ra- of Florida but reside ia the State of the cantonment taken she depth bark 'rUE nest term of the lion the County forty yesrvolagt.' fit

It again and Boarder Every: eiertion will Mufissippi. Therefore it u considered by1 from the Bayou of l-3ki3-4ihs of unlaced Court Esrambia County ho will apply tore /***. tan iWbf I'ik' thinly

flees .aiafaction ande the Conrt that UM said Defendant appear on the Eat side from the inkmctnett Seal settlement of abe Estate:: of IIABVLVWAU'deteased wui. Ud partimlar mark about Bin, says
made to give general This Establish-: here on or before the first day of our next down the Mid Bayou to the land cfllrrjr *- aud mo_* lobe dircbarted.JIANDAL be belongs to Nathaniel liaroeu of Moptgo-

charges moderate the Bay and ja oneof the November Term and ann er the romplaluanls MichelinEsq.. and running wk nurlj AU.I& met, Country (Ate.) and baa b* run awsy .
lent opens on bill of filed herein mile. Also the Tnt about Cj
southern eprnplaial one on Bayou froaj J AdiNrr forty ago pie Nolattoe sava
teat. ia the D. A. NOBTHHOP.country. or the nine will be takes for be cuflr *ed, the lands of ShsklefordJip ihewid &.) u, Aprt1281S3S.--13t.' that Nadiawel D.rp.il)r ibvsnici/lV\\ ilr
Ac the matters and thing thereto com lined 'to whew the Range line betrest r.ocSfii ham Darnell formerly a resident vt Floti
.
I Jart- IT- .-tr.IXNK decreed accordingly.l Andit U further and 30 strike the same. Also on a tract 4,f ,A' LL perlC).'. Indebted to J. A. II.U" da Town ia Karawbia Costly w

COllitlue aud save( ordered that a copy of this order be published 'land adjoining the western bouodsrie *f .11 Co or R. WbiUker, are requested The ""'". 10 com /o/fiard

nlre.tJ U1114 of lading. HI the Feosaeohi Gazette ouc a weak the City of Pennolol embracing a tract ef make iuiuedlale payment to the sulxerl- pro,. prop.rtjsad lake WIn a.ayf MT< .hoWILL

Beds. Mortgages, Dill of for four month. uccesirel/. upwards of thlrir a re*-u the law will I* bar who t* duty authorocd" to icctive andratZept be dealt. ntb a/eordtnc (.*" r

Ie Jattlrcs Jllawks and YO- ACDtt,: I smelly enforced against them. for .. ; tiERBA.. .... ., '..
the.ante.D. .
| kinds of HI>auks, AUu{ OED. P. DALTZELL. CUr. JOHN Ut. T. I. 4.-NOBTJIBOP.. D.pld .dunk i1. .. ; .to

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L_ '" Ion to already graduated in the most perfect red my X descent t but finding mIlieU falling I FRESH GARDEN.SEEDS.received large' Of volume Prospectus the Aeir
has a new of Yoik -
I -PEVStCOLA UAZKTTtii minuer, with the exception of about a too rapidly I discharged tome dry sand lo i TlIIEirubacriber just seeds.of every Work is demoted J/jrrl.tl'
I JTNE-21, 1835. quarter' of a mile forvwo tracks, one of lighten too\' Uoo,,. "Just, as I entered the i garden prepared by the 1'1118 pens of well known to IUta'lt'li (rou.
which \ia already laid, and that the Road clouds again, about 3 "or 4 minute after description. They were bndjuished di, :
The OAZITTB ",u. he issued every Satyrday liberated I Society of Shakers in Connecticut and writers, upon every ubjcu tI
will be the whole distance for that I surprised to find the
pub- -was
Evening lf3 Mper annum, in ad- open I and are warranted The following. i Is a can prove intending to the gfi 'r.WV
lic accommodation, sbout.lh first of July. sand falling on my head, and on every thingin |
I at the end of six month othe Seeds. Including Original '
Poetry-Tales
tf payable" ,
ranee, The cars were to be in operation last Monday my car. This I have since ascribed to : catalogue and r
or 9) payable: at the expiration of the year, of experiment. The entire the attraction and repulsion of White Onion, Yejtow Onion, Red Onion says, humorous and pathetick-Cim,:,., :
by subsequent n
way
'at the of the subscriber. I Beet Early tices-Early and choice I
option Early: Blood Turnip seiectio,
cost of the Road, with all its supertcnances the sand by a highly electrified balloon, ,
AorciiriJKtfEsr inserted at the rate of excited Sugar do. do. Early Orange do.'.do. Salador the best new publications, Loth AjIii,1Pm
( besides bodies an i
is about: $1 l.OXCJOOj whictrthe just as happens to light near
dollar for fourteen lines (or less,) ; Blood do. Long and h-Stient\\ and ?flligeuce
i I one every Company have invested about $250,000( in prime conductor of an electrical' machine Swiss Chard do. Long Engli Literary ,, .
e for the first, and fifty cents for every con- Wurtzel do. Long Whit Scarcitydo. l -Copious notices of
Pvrvigi
real estate in Boston. The number" of passengers -. as I have befom passed tough Mangel ii,, ?.
. 11.1UIUI.ubsequent insertion. who travelled last year the whole clouds without observing such an event. I Scarlet Carrot, (very fine,) Orange tries by Correspondent e %

distance between Boston and Providence, am disposed to belie*c, tint: the friction of, do. Blood do. Early Horn do. Guernsey ly and exclusively) for this JouVnallfe.

,; S I I. .V nothing Cucumber; Extra Long do. Long Greel Arts that are presented for the :
L' / .'* tut Calfialu 7\ltfr4p!&. or those who travelled part of the other excited the balloon. There was -
IT THE ROSE. distance! wan equivalent to 29,537, the remarkable in the descent. I reached do. Early Frame do. Early do. Prickry and approbation 01 the public-Ej.Lf'I::

If gr.ed' by the Spring tii A riMe briJ a fountain grew, of 73.337, The Directors. ," says caster, on the farm of Messrs. Hopkins & Applesaed do. Large Muskmelon, Fine Music, etc.-Notices of the acteu lJrlll a

4d And oft at noon when Summrr'i heat, the Journal: have not yet established the rooks, near, the Conowiag'o lurn.icc, Nutmeg Melon, Large Cantelope do. Green and other aymmliscmnents-'lranslsti015 i
,Fe Wm (chin ri'tj retreat, rate of fate for passengers, or the rates of where I then let out the gas: folded my Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon, the best new works in other iunkLdT
green Mr. Brooks to Dutch Summer Squash, Cush Crook; do. French, German: Italian, fcpanu :''
Aliuve that fountain' lucid flood, toll for merchandise; but assuming that balloon, and was brougbt by lt ":
j t The roe w.ulj droop it* modest bud, the fare will be $1 80 for each passenger, Lancaster; which place 1 reached at 10 do. Crookneck Summer do. Crookneck :' and an infinitive variety. of tntH'llltlllt'U4,, ;
A. if it loved to let l\ie\ gleam, Ihe income from passengers alone must a- o'clock P. M. Winter do. Mammoth do. \V hire Cusjiawdo reading r,laling to passing tunss.: rm \Table .

Wits own beauty in the stream, lIIount to at least 61 t ,OOJ per year." In Ju..t before ascending nomc laaU1 presented Cocoanut' do. Mammoth Pumpkin. individuals, discoveries aid iinirt\ ,
.cc: i1 60 bright itt tints, the leaves eoulJ \if, 1833 the amount of merchandise transported Rings, Bracelets, lockets, &c. to be Connecticut do. Cheese do. Impel'ial Sugar meats in Science, Ait, Mechanics' fleuj.

V. In beauty with the morning sky, between Boston; and Providence, In carried up to the clouds. They were restored Loaf Lettuce, Early \\ bite Head do, .
i Aol where It hI\lnrn"l1lN'med holy ground, public baggage wagons, regular packets, after the voyage to their fair owners, Ice of Green Head do. Ice Cuss! do. White In announrlng the appearance cf tin

For Z.-phyri gently brea.th'4 arouaJ.1ft and in jtrannieut vessels to Providence: only who, po doubt think them of high ralut Coss do. Magnum Bonum Cots do. Cabbage thiitretith'l'vtume of tie M\V:; -\ UMc 1\.
was 7180( toot: Amount of tronsporta- ojj account of the danger they encountered. Head do. Long White Naples Radish, MIKUOit, almost the only duty 'miirh,
!j' vain tle slender arch wa mail, tied put of the distance equal to 10,800 JAMES MILLS. Scarlet Short Top do. Purple Short Top den oln'lf upon Us editors, 1:5: to teicit

42l With .rerpinc vines to form a hut: tons the whole length of the Road. do. Long Salmon do. Long Scuilet do. most cordial acknowledgement! lo theiru.1

I r For coniuiou of the prize within, ming he toll to be fixed at $>2 per ton, ADVEBTISMEST Ex'rHAOBDiNABY.-Xo one, Scarlet or Cherry Turnip do. While friends for the continuance oi ihtir M'l'l.qrt,

I S imo wand'ring MT came stealing in, which I II the rate transportation by water we think, will deny that the writer of the Full Spanish do. Black do. Eatly SugarLoaf and to plotter to the numciousut' lj"lrs
,tt r Wiiirh; kill....,] the flower an 1 like" a fringe, exclmiie of insurance! the amount of mil/joined advertisement copied from a Cabbage Early George do. Etch)' who c names haH been added to Uui iw

in flrrealod its nod and 'mellow lirvr, tonnage above estimated would yield an Income TuscaloosA (Ala.) paper, Is gifted in a remarkkblc Dutch do. Early York do. Large \ 011. 01 during: the past j tar, their thanks lor tin-
Af if ihe light from heaven WM thrown, $47,1X50 per year: making a gross degree with a genius for writing Harvest do. Early Battersca do. E.uh: mark uf their COII'dclce; ui.d a1.rs IM, .
1p To'giU ttat favourite rose alone aggregate income $15UOGO; \ per )car." advertisements. Bullock's Heart do (verlline.) Large llei- To the lormtr they CUll only rtiier at IIii',

So iw"ct the ipot, to calm the air, The Journal however anticipates a great indebted the Tuscaloosa gen do. Drumhead 0,0. Flat at<..urar.I'e so often con r) id, that a- the.
irl The zephyt long would linger there, increase in the amount of transportation Persons to to Dutch (very fine,) do Green Satoy do. Aliirnr has now succeeded in PKMMUBihurg'X'd
Or flllntl with grfttly fling, Bookstore, are respectfully requested Yellow do. Green Glazed do. Routed will the
frajrance and in the number of paaengers, tn consequence forthwith. Turnip through arduous pun*! .
rflt: Freiholour (rt'n each: silken wing, ot the Hail Road, which will in pay their last year's accounts do. Red Dutch do. Colcuort, Large ufits infancy audits jouth, wIll nuti.nv
pa, Th"n from the bow'r on pinioni fleet, the same proportion increase the proceedsfrom liS no use to honey the matter, paymentsmust I Purple Cape Frouolihitc, do. Jail) lit will cndeator still to dcccMc tu ,,,

'Twoutd hute to tell to all arounil;), .! toll I be made, at least the heel.once a year, or Cauliflower Half Hardy do. Lute Dutch do phuise whuh its tarlitr cflortHtrem,, 'Iu
down body -
4l What voiceand what music aweeot, From Providence, uraddition to the excellent shall run Every Cesarean Kale or Cow Cabbage, N-uUh : the latter they wouldi.Ucnc. iln.no tpeiise \.
Woodruff is
u1 Amont the Summer loaves were fount.I accommodations by steam boatto says, how in the well world that man when the fact getting Is I Kale Early Dutch or Spring .'Iat'l unrip, shall tll sparid and no ext: 1I11'1. ,'K '

ii That lovely flower wan meant to be, New York, there is now building a Rail on ; to Early Garden Stone do. Norfolk Flat do. laM d to render at least naitttruiiiu ,.II

Ill 1 A bright tho' fading type of dice.J Road to Stonington, whch will hold out have not positively shirt 'or spare a pair change of enough breeches. Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do popular assay ot its contiinpoiaiiig} I-i ", ,

Mlrong inducements to passengers bound to buy myself a in Long Hano\'er do. Sage, Large Bill Pep I expenenceofpustjcatsillgne ('cu fcii! <(.
J .4 When o'er the stream of liy wife is now engaged turn-
year* gone My actually
the We under- do. who lu\e
"commercial emporium. and in per. Squash Cayenne do. Purple EggPlant to those watchid our tuiui! .
Yo the old pair side out trying
I cant retrwpertir fyp, ing an wrong
stand that something like 500 hands are of Curled Cress or 1'eppergrass: Plain while! lIe lumc that viil scum III' .
the make shirt out two old ones.
all to new
t M.v day M lovely ncrmT now at work) on this Road, and that the where she Cress Water Cress, Large 'lomuto, Small n\ III LC' an earliest: of that whuh ill 10 II tie
4 / that KMO-bud in he stream, She declares that in Virginia
l young number will be increased to 1000. do. Vegetable hcorzonera \\ bite to recent friends :
soon and Oyster, : our mcie so that tIll' ,ti-
Miy: modest worth, devoid of art, was raised they never do such things, I
}i
it will be In little Solid Rose-colored Solid do. utution
Probably completed more Celeiy, Summer i already uiutcd to our jUjUdiicr.may
To thee iU virgin blush impart, that it I is moreover, a downright vulgar
;
C than from the time Dwarf Curled Curled be maiiiluincd and .
enhanced.
a year present Savory, Parsley, -
'1 And virtue like a fragrant ihow'r, yankee piece of business! altogether. Come,
A company U incorporated for the} construction ParsleyCurled do. New Zealand Spin- To both we Leg leave to trlaic, ::1! Min
I''rune (fair sweet flower.Tim I friends, keep
*o *o a come ,
up
pay up pay
of a Rail Road from Worcester toStonington. age Flanders do. Round do. Green Curled ; the UKNAMhMAL; EMMiJJM-
:
; 1 ever pier, thus ehaite and mil.l, peace in the family, and enable me to wear
I The route is favorable, End \c Broad Leaved do. White MEN'lHof'tbe AIIBHCB the
very btttnuiu
O'l'! be thou like the rose, my child. breeches right side out. You can hardly ui-
my
; lying chieflyaloiig'.liebnksof the Quin-j how much it will oblige, dear Mustard, llrown do. Long White Okra, ent has been ciigagca ; .Uiat nJan) |'llIIilt-
Rali ion o'er nebaug river, which affords an immense imagine Short Green do. Asparagus, Nasturtion, haieteccmd con mission! lu m ,
e .. { thy youthful way: sirs. the public's most obedient, most! obliged \- usu>i n
Prom heav'n: will shed her brightest rep, water power, and on which extensive man & most humble servant D.WOODRU rr. Roquettc, Corn Sail ad, Curled Chervil, execution ol feubjccu of national LIMI, \'
i She'll! make the heart her only hrino, factories are akeaJy in operation. Many i : English Sorrel, Lack: Sartron, Skim ret, and, !nationalbcent-ry 1 and that chgmur <,\
g An altar whore her torch may hme, men( cnpital and enterprise: interested Mignonette, for feeding Bees, Sueet Mar-. the first merit hate bttn tin iuit to u ar:
Aiul thou! ahalt be a venial bright, in the construction of this road, and if they From the Memphis-Tenn.) Gazette. joren, Sweet Thyme, Sweet Lavender, Lemon these works fitting illustrations of our i.m-

'I Ta; guard from ill that sacred light. My "Go," it will go. DREADFUL OCCURRENCE. last Balm, Early Golden Sioux Corn,,I bers. How ever"beautiful ala) hae IKU/
Friday the,15th inst. the steamer Majestic Early Tuscarora do. Early Sugar do the preceding works ('fmrt-nhjt-lt liau ct

: Thu thuil!! thy daysin beauty glide, Among the Rules for prolonging life' with about seventy three passengers, just Early Washington Peas, Early June do lamented our pbges, and honcm l I. > c
Like rose leave*on a fountain' tide, giteniuan excellent little English worklately touched at this port, on her way up to St. Early Charlton do. Early lJiibop'al'roli- and frequent has been the applause '\/010/|h

I Tha shall earl gentle through impart, published ijl one which advises that Louis; after having performed a few revolutions fic Peas, White Marrowfat do. Dwarf Prolific h !greeted their publication baH j
A : to thy heart, with her wheels, she was stopped do. Dwarf Blue do. slight satisfaction
1 bli..rulli.inC dinner be omitted once a week.-An improvement Inpcrial Early in being enabled to r .
4 And virtue taen hall calmly rent, of this rule would probably be for some purpose; whilst in this attitude, China Dwarf Beans, Early Dun Color that those in preparation sin-pus any II.ofihe .,

Like lun-clu'neon the fOlIe' breast advise that the amount of a couple of dinners the passengers, is seems came on the side Dwarf peans, Early !Mohaw Early French: kind 'eter known in the L" >>
be subtracted from the quantity usual next the town, which careened the boat or Warrington dw'f beans Early Sixweek States. No literary periodical publhu! 1 1I
-Ff m Jhe HK6 Rffiiitr.MONTGOMERY the in the boi-
ly consumed in one week; at least we are and thereby displaced water do. Early Rob Roy do. Refugee, or lOW I in this. country has ever attained audii: j
June 13, 115. confident this l good ad\'ice for the hot lern, and on leaking the second time the to 1 do. White Kidney do. Variegated extended circulation os II.eJinorI1t1, ,I'

Ma. EDITOR: Ireaehedherethiamorningfrom weather which has come upon us so sud boat was trinunedjirtrikingbutalickor; two Cranbery Pole do. Dutch Case Knife Pole is of course the best proof of its congt'man '1\i
your place and leave in the evening denly. The best way to ward off the heat when two of her flues collapsed, throwing<< do. Rer Cranberry Pole Beans, White do. ty to the national taste, and an unequtm-ni ''J f
A for Augnnta. by the accommodation line, off the,capsboth of the stern and bow do. Lima do. Small Us
engendered fevers to which in this climate Large do. do. Dutch approval pf system: wid the principle \
I,
t nnra properly called the opposition line, all are liable towards the beginning of ends,throwingout) a volley of steam upon & White Runner do. Scarlet Runner do. of its management. ,

i r>-ra ,I in lil stage-keep* company, mid travels. the summer months by fruit and vegetables men, women and children fleck, hands and March 81 JOHN CAMPBELL. SPLENDID QUARTO S'IEEL

lJ 't nighl and day-reaching Augusta on the supplied in such abundance and variety during crew. The cabin passengers escaped, or Southern \\llow JL'itie A.UIH- L1SI1MENTS, designed, painted Jl'JbEI.l ad r/,. l-'\

,lti fourth day from here.. the whole seanon. This regimen will sustained no damage fortunately although bere graved, by the belt and most eminent tntisttin !
thrown .
!lt There ire two stages leaving Montgomery thick the water and steam were up tAe I
be found to be more efficacious than country, will be published to-
the week for cabin of the will be received until the-
the prostrating some
overy erelhl'fJugh through PROPOSALS with
walls, andthtnclothea, and all other artificial gelher numerous WOOD EMKA-;
Pi Aiint viz ; the mail stage on the arrival passengers with the force of steam and wa for the supply at fort VJNGS illustrative of .
I appliances together in protecting one curious and interesting \
'i-re of this from your ptar, as well Adams Newport Harbor, U. I. of the following
against the oppressiveness of heat-Bait. ter.The incidents and atumisttg1 I
a* he accommodation stage ; thus posscugMbv Amer. partition which was between the : with .Ctrlt.j FTY PIECES of I h 4
# the latter are entitLed to a prefer. engine and the after part of the boat was SOUTHERN, YELLOW PINE LUMBER Spanish, German Italian and DritkbM'-run t
;
site of seats from Columbus ,la Augusta, literally laid prostrate ; behind which was SICK .
for the
C tnaonuch' ai the accommudaiion here A Oretk husband.called.. yesterday the room of the unfortunate deck passenger -I, Viz. 1st, of sawed timher. Guitar, arranged&c. 1'ianoforte, Harp,

,; r betonitt! to tho proprietor of the mail. from on a Greek lady,and on her lamenting that *some of whom jumped out, some 32 pieces-each 31 feet long by 12 in The, taste which
C''lm"us: to Augusta. They leave: Montgnniry she had not been out of her house for a blownout into the river, whilst others cites by 12 inches. MUSICAL same has presided our \
our SELECTIONS
every night when the southern week, because her husband was too much were injured so much that they fell on the 40 pieces, each 20 feet long by 12 inches! intend those will cute)
,mil: reaches here at 10 o'clock ; but the engngcd to walk with her, "begged her to deck ; none, however died forthwith except by 12 inches. which hereafter to appear, aid die
principles in
mo in a country ramble. My I overboard which 2d of sawed guide this department;
nia departs on the alternate night, when accompany those that went joists. will be
there is no mill at 8 o'clock P. M. Sdthai husband will not allow me to.do so, 'No,' I from the best information seems to be fifteen -I 64 pieces,-each 31 feet long, by' 12 in and,excellence as they have hitherto br 11,11011'1.Iy
can assure your friend coming hither interrupted the amiable man, I never per- in- number ; three of whom were .'che* by 6 inches.B4 the beauty of the f' ('t-

you there U little chance of their being detained mit her to enjoy any pleasure which I can- saved ia the very last extremity, by the intrepidity pieces,-each 23 feet long by 12 inches ment.ry, and the melody of the aCCI'41I.I]

hero in 1 of lazlosf some W or 18 passenger! daily.fr for her comfort. Let her stay at( tune of the occurrrence it is almost impossible 321 pieces,-each 21 (eel long by 12 inches The character is our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE -
* Added to this, the rfcw hotel, called home. Why should she enjoy the fresh air, to cone at the precise number that by 6 inches. too well known to U
descanted
,$. )IontgozterV 111\11." (atwhich I am,now while I am shut up in a close counting were lost 86 piecea-each 18 1-2 feet long by 12 that the upon choicest here ; it Is sufficient to
house.-A Lady't Sketches of Corfu. state writers have promised
'I'm 1 al eomfortably l dled u I could be at the nche by 6 inche '
their
'itt Maosioo: House In your place,) will be in a '/Jm.nntl Cloths in the Thirteenth Cen- Ill pieces-each 12 feet Ipng by 12 inches and co-operation that In the home department .

"t::; few week fully prepared to receive boar Balloon.-Mr. Mills. the successful rronant --fury.-The writers of the thirteenth and by 6 inches.3d ; notwithstanding have Incurred the tmr.mous shall-

1 dera, and bring a very large house, can has recently made an ascension from fourteenth centuries bitterly complain ol of planks inches thick and 12 inches .continue expense to we we
talent/
meet I would suppose, all the want of enpaitent Lancaster, (Pa.) In his account of the voyage the extavaganee-and luxury of dresses-and wide, and if appropriate all available ,
increase the of the
possible claims
visitors.Tbi we find the following interesting paragraphs fashion at that period. As this has at all 15,000 superficial feet, or45.000 feet Mirror
house U not fully opened yet totraym : time afforded matter of satire and animadversion inch measure. these public supportOn ,
tli-
eUers;but Mr.Wilson, (who I is well known Ahout 12 miles\ from Lancaster, I had almost such censures would not demand Each plank being 30 1-2 feet long,-or, coming volume grounds to the commend foi

in your place: ) 1 Is very obliging, and although reached clouds. and could see the long particular attention were their Justice half the number of planks being 20 fact, & lion of our notice. and appibba '.\ -
the house in not now in a At state to line of the Susquehanna, and the towns of not established particular statements. half 10 1-2 feet long ; -or half 18 1-2 countrymen.Conditjons.Tbe
V acc'imtivvlitetrarollers a. be could wish, Columbia and !Marietta. The extensive Matthew Paris states that at the marriage feet, & half 12feet long; or half, 16 1-2 the!Mirror is published: c-
at and
be will do theb't he can to make them view from my then position, was made or Ihe eldest daughter of Henry III., with feet, & half, M feet long. ; Ann-streets.very Saturday it is corner Nassau thesuperroyal

comfortable, and he hope in a few week more magnificent by the number and variety Alexunder III. of Scotland, in 1251, the 4th of flowring planks, 11-4 inches thick, elegantly form printed iu .
to find himself at home. of the sun-bright spots which stood King. of England Wit attended, on the and 6 Inches wide. 60,000 feet inches with brevier quarto minion and on fine Pltl[fr,
Under such circumstance any per 1011 out in peculiar contrast with thexgeneral day of the ceremonial, by a thousand measure., is embellished, nonpareil months t) r cIt

will be content tr>remiin at Montgomery a shadowing. At 19 minutes past four, the kmgits, uniformly dressed in silk robes, In equal, or assorted lengths, not less with *.splendid titper-royaj, once every three .I
I few days, and he may be even induced to balloon entered a mass of clouds, and a and the next day toe same knights appeared than 18 feel. and quarto eag'rnring
I pi to Uarrowgate In this neighborhood ; at darkness equal to decided twilight imme- in new dressea no less spandid and expensive Every piece of the above lumber must be music, every week far with a popular pieceof :

1, alt events you ran, Mr. Elllor .assure diately followed-the mist was not apparently *'and, in the following reign, it Is of the best quality, asto strength and durability guitar &c., arranged For each the, pianoforte beautifully ;harp-
tnveller coming this l way (which I defy humid, but ao dense a*'almost to stated that Sir John Arundel had no fewer ;-of full:dimensions, and perfectly engraved, title volume a

you are any person else ever to have. done ron<< \from my view the balloon itself.- than Jkfty-two complete suits of cloth of gold free (rom sap, shakes, cracks, splits, and Weir and vignette _page, (paintedby and a
.,I; hitherto with trutb'ihatthey will find very : Here and there vacinitles in the cloudy stra Thlsrostly material, which is scarcely now from.knots that are loose, decayed, or copious index engraved furnished.by Durand The,)
clean comfortable aud areeableaccommo- displayed the appearance of immense an article European consumption, though more than 3-4 of an inch in diameter. NO are termsare inallcasts
& da'ion during their stay here at.lhs Montgomery cnettle,. with firm walls and ceilings.. 'UKOuaiderable use among the splendid bar-, piece will' be received that contains many roc DOLLARS in adtanct.per annum It payabl,
iaibrwarded by
' HalL This part of my voyage was really romantic banana of the East, is mentioned in one of knots, although they may fee small and.me earliest mails
. Your. P. Q. and hovel, and occupied the long period the Close Roll for 1234, when Edward, .sound. out of the of to Ne"subscribers rending
city ,York. Coromum-
, of 13 minutes; 10 thai the stratum of the ton of Othty Is commanded to buy i a Sib, of CLEAR flooring planks, 1 M ,ration to
- FVoitj tAt Are* Orleans Bee.JOHI mist must have been 'very thick, perhaps cape of red,silk with a broad orfraies, well I inch thick, and 6 inches wide;-best qua!- the Editors., PfUt paid No must be addressed received lora

I&it HOWAJIO Pyt.EitQ.. bavlnllllone'i"I' notices than_half mile.A ._ embroidered: fold, or to have one madein itY._ less period than subscriptions
to Mobile; -JPensacola*, returned 0-0)1. sudden burst of sunshine, the curlingup all haste if he can not find one to buy 13,000 h feet inches measure. one year

' city about a fortnight ato, where he, has of the ,white surface through, which I: In 12M King John tends greeting to Re- In equal, or assorted lengths,not lea thai I NOTICE.
since cnioyed the howltality of our rid bunt, and the vast mountains white vapor rinald of Cronhill, directing him to allow IS feet. .
s' .-piiticularly of Colonel Maunsell standing still at a distance, gave a',t!,--the lady the qaeen. his wife, to have a The delivery to commence*early in the, Is hereby glnn"tbat the Books for nrt'\' '

I White lie ha obtained upward of 900 sing impulse to the lately darkened voyager fur of meniver, a small braass pot, and Summer, and.be completed by the 1st (If. log subscriptions to the capital 6tC\l J k tllIheSoUlhern
... subscribers; in this state to the period Such a change requires to be seen, to be at eight towels, the coat of which should be September 1833, Mo Insurance and Trust '(\/ "

: C heal which he purpOse. to publish in all appreciated. repaid at the Exchequer. An order upon Payment will be made if required on any will" be opened at the office of Thorns
London ; a much larger number than we I bad scarcely lime to note the 'singular one tradesman for such different articles each cargo duly inspected and received. Douglas Esq. in the city: of St. A gustint.
' bid ei perted. I le intpnd* to make a rapid? scenery when at a distance scarcely more seems in indicate how much less trades All communications touching tfiis sub- on the second day of November next at 10

; .tO'lf through the touthem.t,1et la acquire. than 20 yards above the convoluted surface, were subdivided formerly than at present ect wlU be addressed to the Subscriber A. M. and will be left open lenin time l iu

subscribers and correspondent goin| he balloon became violently tgitsted, la a dOle Roll, dated NovtmberSd, 1252, JOS. 0. TOTTEN, Lt Col., time by adjournment,until the whole of, t the e
M henea Montgomery In AUbauUwlo MilItla swung to and fro rolled rapidly, and Immediately Edward of Westminster U ordered to give Eng'r Brevet Col. stock shall be subscribed not exceeding tbirtydaya. '

ertile) etc.I5l took a direction opposite to the directions, without delay, for a cloth to be: Fort Adams, Newport llarbor;R.I. .
f|. )ha. acquired in the aggregate about old one. The suddenness and violence) !of mad twelve feet in breadth, the field to be Feb2, l835JJLANKCoastlng. LOT. CLARK,
t )) aiitnortber; and expect that from the motion shewed that there were opposite studded with pearls, and on all part of the K. RAYMOND REID,
tIJ1'; intelligence' and liberality tha citizen currents of air la actual contact, and that a cloth to be design from the Old and New and slave THOMAS DOUGLAS.Comnissiontn. .
of the southern tales, b, will obtain strong electrical excitation was thus produced Testament. Philip Luvel is referred to formore manifests. Bills of 1ad1n _

_an equal number. 9 which a nibeequtBt phenomenon clear( particular direction, but no intimation -, Deeds Mortgages, uujs of
demonstrated.. Having risen is given of the purpose for which this sale Justices Illanka. and vn. -a-.om.1Pna1TU'alTfJ.:

I n.'fL noDCJThe ertf ournal bly above the clouds, at eonalde..j splendid cloth .. intended.-fenny Ala ious other kinds or Blanks, .. J.eeas.d

I I plate. Uul the foi frop that dflPo Bos- bfool'fl ee, I let out gas and qiltf, for sale at this ofllee.', I 4T.roj C TillS Ui'F1C.


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