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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: July 3, 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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, DLCLnvrrox: S -or I iUI'L'NU1\CI: : : For nupoa,Imp our own 1 legishtiuc! ,- & .l| lum; .eif, although he Holy not be amaze -of'I kept' arl\llclIl-! li it not "adt h.nblth'il for IIIK behind me the- bright'" reflection: bf'* t
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it' 11 CONGRU": "", J"LY.c, 1771t to legtelate for us, in all cases whateoeser. and ins eUlilOelt'lIl'l, ol the puu ..hmrnt I For a few moments hc languidly rloord ,!, TIle Inantinotu D,'cltlralif/I e flhe TJitr lie !bas abdicated govcrtnent hen- b>' declaring : the Mitbile Atlrtrtmtr.Asoumticns which anemia him, heat and lurealUTby her e) c* A remitted motitmlr, there
teen Unittt Slabs nf AmtncaWHEN tla out of his protection, nnd waging hate manifested! room little .I I a candid coutctwlon.'ho amount Inch | oriunir| them again she gazed 'in my fare
In the course of human events, war agiinst! .. f I interest in certain revelation that hatebten ) ctn.muiiis unfouiicl, cant he'tlf no Uiiclitto and Mid' -" dettb-if this Is it, it i is ,-.
It become necessary for one people to dissolve lie Tim: !plundered our fleas, rivajeil our lately m idt' through! 'the "Alabama I him, or those who Imto it, tar the 'first ''til nhcr sail UUlh\| \nful-II is only going f.

the political bans whttkkare! con ctftsts! burnt our towns, anldeMrojidthc Journal," rt'''|*'cling the fate of Mit Alston Mttempt made to pass it, will disclose: their home to sisters. friends, in a 'i;,

4 necteJ ihcm with another, and to assume, live",; of our pl'.I. 'of S. Carolina, daughter ef Aaron Burr, guilt. tloitous word a region of npiritB, |*
among the powers of the earth, the HC'pi. He lto, at tUis time, transporting: i large armies we can state t flu it antue (our weeks ttintencommunication /Uijzht' hiph. iHitiful how -" here her J 2
:, rite and c'llllstalion to which the laws of of foreign mereenariestocoutllletethe| wa hounded os, in which MO l.'A'J'JA, voice again died I II" a)' in a suit niiirmurmg ywumd
nature: and of luture': God emtitle tKcia a vvwrksof death, desolation, and 1)'rlulI1) tIll pirticular of that ladt's death were I Shade Aiunchuiixen at aunt 1 'Ihj : "Micguthcrrd strength a mvnicnt .i
decent respect to the opinions mankind'require 'I already les{uti with circmnsUiuesof erutl 1 giten omewhil Jlt large. The facts wrrrprestmod iNllt..ue'l''ltt'Ilt'I1IJr tttr I Moveuti the mid continued 1\1) brother, IiI.is in atrwltgr 1

that they should declare the cause andporlil)", crcely parallellul in the I. however, rather in the drt.*ol UA..NII'I'Ua uiouuiiUmk) Cli'rUlllall(''' bus ,, land, how will he Irine11t'11 he 'i'I *
< which impel l them to the sopir.it't ion. most birbarons: tuts, timid totally tin" ortli: of roinaui than reality, tlumch lrx-\ were u.ttmitrtaail: lh)' Irtuiu A Itvv ol air v\oh I hears that I am dead-tell him .but I )- t
\\' hold these truths to be self.evident : ,! the head of a d i is iiicd; mtionllrt a'hrmed to I be foumliu in truth tin our ueilui leas hivo 1,1.t'lt muse known in Hit I' txl for him! that I idiull n,i-ct him in the o

-ill,it all men ire ere.itc.I equal 1, that they I Ins ('onsti.uned our fdlow.C'itlulll!' miggesiiiijT I" the writer that its' deelusuresthere ...Illhl-I"\I and uOliiiriug woilU : ) fl her tt'rn:1t11 Id ul glor) win.ro we shall live )
arc endowed by their Creator with cettojn ,; takui cnptiv\ con t6c high M. :is. to bear amis made would IN liki I)' to create minirexcitenidit vim Ins lulurullmHkM) ItilM, like ail leuouutvU I[ flr ever' and I'H'r-"IIC1I! I am pone, gist
umliunblf: rights, that aiuanj these nrothie | nj: :tinst iL iri'oiinirx 10 laeotnethee:\rru- i : and lh'reoit! thiil the facts I hen" i. win 11 lime lmlt'rllt urn tiumiM.xrd him one of these"-and she attempted to ,.
liberty, and the pursuit ol h.II-'ililll'l. I ti m,'rs'ol their fin'ndsand !brdhun. or to hoiiltl he (ufIIl.lit'\! without any thing liketlutiiioiis loiili .iiiil in the t'-ltu.i' c language; raise her slender hand to the hair I 1) ing lu *to
Tail: to secure these rights, governments I tare fall themselves: b)' their Land. I. I !garb around tbeni, Ihr aitidtvv ul time ani MU|>un the pillow. But the almniit '

institute am.ni. mm, deriving their I llr h is exeitcl domestic insurreclion ainoii .is .it lint time withheld It was, we hoIneti oetIJluahca to hid it [.IIIIt'. transparent wandered for a iiic mrnt .4t I
just powers from the consent of the governed ot iii. and Ion lemnirt-d i to bung I! -e iiitentiriiof tht, ,iillioi! Ui nirikc up Rut how kliall tic uuui.uii the umireuluuawtd in the air. and thin fill feebly ottr the 1
that whenever any form government on theuih.ibit:ints: of our fionturit the tuert :[ the recital in nnotlui (lonn and pundit it to: 'icvniditjol' Jotn.ni / Our \t M.mi.iuioljiialse ) Nil-vide. Her lips moved! again.. "It in >
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becomes destructive of these euls, it It tin I' ties Indian kav,i&es whose I.WI\\: rule 11 I Ilii piiliethiouilitheeotunin! \ rfihiiipiiirrHi1 I : i i 10 \\ holy Insutmieient duly to txI ail fading, Hosting," she Mid j how' gloriously

right of the people tu alter or to abolish it. WII f.Ut' is un niii I la .' .iiiclcon.litio'IKInevirv Tiishcilih! nnd ns M e'n CK t c t-linll return 'I hug 'd.OI\lIlI, with wings so btuullful-
and to. institute a new government mug !* sees, I solo adttiiluitpdiul: prcdigtois iu tnutt) .
stick aud ti" of t'loe' Ae la'.I' no doubt lie will dll'f'rflllt'OI1l.\ M. .nh he lie nrt r they liove, rettluig t-n my ji.low: '-
its rUllll.tlon 1 on principles, orK -I J opprrs.iu1)s; : WI'lrall' I UIKC icb inn) e:\Inun.
.imam: !; us powers in such form as to ttoliltciutd for Ntrtsa: : in the limit ntu niente nil tint hi kllntt'alllreimit'smitohulat I :( I dart do all I that 111113 bee'nine a man, suflly, votllt', they" A hC'lIte'11)f smile
them shall stem most likely to effect their htiinbfe ttinis: : our tt'jlt'IIIt'lll'l'tiIlOIl"IHI\t'| tie tlf mt'ti'rt' iiuldiath. 4hi npittiilniuitleie / ., \\ ho ilurto do nioi H ntnic. ( broke ups.n her fare, tier voice pn.w (faint
I 'r e>f JtrAlston. who mwdt thu: cr and hunter, then topped likt tone of
stfeiy and hippine( rnlencr. ludiei bttnnnsvvi'ied-) )nlb I ) rip eatellirjury. A Mosrali play del)' nil competitors fur a
mil dictate, that governments long esta prince huge < liuuit. isihus min kcd i I'}. fi'.irful death beddisdosiireofhU Riiilt Jd i|I j "IU"III.&II of woman burn" could hate tin f Miiotht'red mtsmc--'l'ime ieatuu settled, a

thed'lIhOlIItl not be changed for light and 1 jiverv' \\liuhina) Octuw'atjruiit, is tin not she in tlii-titj' unless wnlute gnitl\ (irmuni,'tuMi lu attempt' a its air)'. 'Ihe bhiveriaixotcr her frame, and all wag 0'J
i.iintukdi' t .e t 'nore>l Ihl' recital we M: \\ I vrr Iler spirit had
transient causes ; aud! accordingly all experience j I fa to U1 the ruler of :i free people atj frollov't lug \iraoidiuarj: lint must gol.oto Congregate {
satisfy
bath shown, th,it 1Ilo1l1l..in I arc inoiedisp | Nor IUI"f! Urn w- minis g in attention !! ] lu' prmripil (,mile, as gittn in the the uiokt incredulous ul hm taut with 8111,1110 happiiijh. I laic: 113 hand ;
t wed to suffer lult t"v is) arc aurh\ 'rabli I t'l our British brethren. Ut' have vvurntd Mi,ntp<)nu iv (Ala.) Jt.utnal, are t'nlrutu. iu-I''t r ) tout! the rettifllii' tvufldlicnin :.:.. 'lt'rwrI- mi that Bull 1101111'a'a! I.g row In/ feurfitll> ;

tlial to right themselves by abolishing the them Iron tune to tune, of nlKiupts tv lidbv tin t-t..tdiuiil submitted)' ouitor \\' Kg: ) J I't, lu nid-tJecump. to NM told My heart rraniptci the ktrciigth of .:

i. forms to which they are accustomed: I'm 'I their k l Jtsl.itiue t,> extend an unvv anantabe tt'll'tlIHlcllt. (Hilton, ht canu into diiiuniwiili"atuiuanrd toy insnhiHidgntc way al lunk loin) kucc 1
then 3 long traha of abuses auk usurpa jurisdiction over us.'e have re- I 'lurk," and, with ma blow of barsciulrsar cord! wept bitterly, ,
I iniuJtd of /tinting tit I/Ind.--A good lookine Again I stood l thtni of the cirrmustanrc
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lions intirubly simeobjicl, 0111 h pursuing ; .
evince- djsign to re,luce them under nhboluto : eiitigratio 1111,1 1 !<('ttlenii'lit hire. \\'ohivtiiealcd man Mapped 111'10 a teamster in one of i'itiveriMiinls ....t.III"hlll'lIl, thu 'J lorJ..'. legs tends Imttul l done their office! of 'Iwo .Out

despotism, it is their right! it is their | | tothiiriutive: justice anJiu itiu- in. the uorthparl of the ciiy I ",dill... oil' with I il.e Joe t'r pait of his IKK))' stretched her ..I.l I('Id tf pure 'air ('n. sic
duty, to throw off such governmentand ininit, )', and we hive: conuicd| themb s )' tin a few d jj'" 111.i u e. anli naked him Vvhdlurho .v hue tin head, wtfli time npier{ / part called lay, her smith/ ocd blllldu'olltiud over her
ill I not di tv e thuniKli Willow (.rove, bci him ki. cI'w i tilt. I
to provide new guards far their future seenrity. I tieW' our coiiinion kindred to i'i4! vovtin < out in vain fur the ace..s tll MIIIIII. MoscntiiiftertvuidA cin w ot nil I and:, I Id: the
nndon tai ni! :inswrrtdin the aftriniuc, 'I tlaik lashes 1)'I1\.u like
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the ntferuiueoi i UN'ipilioiii, which Mould illt"'ilnlily nil'llht'lu rltrp. on her
been l h'
Such hue patient: .t j," unvelliun .>n
,
I hc'iiskcl Jie'lier In could like '
not ngt iimrblc cbiTk,.
thc+a colonies: ; amt such U 1I0W th:' tu inturiipt our conue\ion: and romxpondcuie ( up wiihm ft mile t 1 ho North 1'o'eMilleoii JliatrllU111'11,1\ (. \like
then 10 alter their 'I'Itey too hive been deaf to the 'nut"M ,.m cu/uds. 'I hit v. fw just w hat the. \ < < IMI to the h ,, the '"tsilula on a cttistcel snow-it tv*. tor lid
cessit which roiHtriiiH !)I I el" AxI
> le 'n.-ter vt stts'l-a\ lilt'c! buck fnipht!, iiiidifioirse with her 1
The h Ins ol'jmtKi( 1must If loiirtangiiimtj I ), \\ I' .
former systems of government I voice I tantse s he wa e>i e.nulu "uuicnly attaikd '
lie ieulilvvconsented 'Iliavit.I' I -d! tlm .
iijowe-d Imir in I 'MMI|
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of Ure.it Hiilmii i therefore aojuiesci in the iitiMMt\ t him know purer
turns
tory of the present king? s by lour \ w : il'l' luniMUis 1
a : rather !
said the
It: n !iiurcha>uu( largely, | Imiltvoiktd during her illnc
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nut
!I mutt holtthen
and ; | which denounces our tupualion: "illl.' ease
,. history of reptittd injuries usurps he. bur been c t oni-idemd in I.oncion,
ma i. hililr.11.ul'lI: : Imo goods are now i .. tuber brother, he who nKdwun:
in dnect object th" e>s| ibiiahment ,, : as we hildyhrs.t of iniinkin -enuc 11 t too mind ;
t tin:is, eli having the Km !u-.t 'on day, ho no relyruu 4
friind! nil ut the door, nn i the ms'ner ) ou get jourteuiv the white slat otcr lieu goat.w mi the inM .
of an absolute tyranny over these lines: In war, in l'l\.U'O 11'11'1)! the htier1 i [ HaKtcwus!' of I red, tint) llie, whole four li.wned in nnl of" tll'tel' "
this let facts be submitted I I \\ Iherefoie' the repmese1)latiresi f the fl'I't. MOMnti.ifitrwanlM: npiiim My :
31 itci Tt>> prove "Hilt."' mild the olI minion )i In* u-
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candid world. 1 Liiite 1 st(ites ol .\iin ri('a, in jHiienil con' con n promised nun used tn tints item' four.in.hand' and -
to a I""nine's, "i buy altogether fur cash, suitcoeyurully tvu* from the blots Atncaiitilt J !. I
s lie has refused hit assent to laws the grist ussc nib ( il. ipi"ilinj, to thin SupremeJudgeoftheititlt I nnd I hiteiui y Hunts ciiiiuiaidt| in I hit 1't.f lIe Ai-liuntt' tiliNG \> < tine '
I bargains OU1)H OF
In ),t wholesome and ncces-nrj fur tin :: \.1. l//rtlu' r'ctill/llcofllnr/ i out Lend me pit ten dolmiK, to make 8n"lh'l .i nu v. I > AN L'M'HU17tH : ,- i
iutiut_ '\i.', in the name and bv the an- '
r+uMic good I f I on" \\lirn Monctti' arrived in ('hIM. the 1'
h'h I will It..l' I '
nrehaxe erpllllv MyRoN I
er.ntall \\ : ahall be and
II has f'Jrbilt."n! his; "1I\"llIro4 tug ":tftu. .- ': I"mil, :!i! r !I'II.1 'It'IJ.It.: IIfthl'"ti rnonif'! ,J | mirror i"i'nfn I\Il\hJarili of the Inched t.rdt nr-1 lOOp gene ) ou
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p ,' ( T >* Jjvt'ie t: 'lll'llht. other iN! will have the
r ni Ty i jM/' fftvfiIvy t .UK'.. jou pot I'lltr'l! ". .. management of ll>e concirn.r \'
:; JWUl) r. A.I t\"
b.r.
L 1 l..l I -.1 'l'r1.
of nmadi lit all.1 I pn .ssinjj tinurtaueeuuloae ; I !solemnly publish and detTTnV! lI, lllIl'M' i .F Y'.I'I..J u.J..w ;'4 ": ii \.n err'JIC't. tostttN..... ..... \isv.' C,,, paper won. ._ ,
suspended in their tlil rution; till I united colonit are & of right ought t'. Ix, ) \l'8I1ulI.-Th... teamster lent the mi" ;iiluUuighunsi. ,:.! ju. .n.jnilirTiTtrr-1" 1..( 1'14.11' --\l.t ".1 .
his iment shout<< I ho obtained: allI t \\ unit sususpended m, Ir,'c add Indnpendeiit .tlltl' ; tint they :arilisclived nc)", but lie mist er saw his bun MM I man nf the illll'I'rJlII| l prc*'nee he obMtrtfit the (:.,- E Lt,1 tit ItI )\u.iiT; est'awd auQ f I
.. he his utterly iicvjlecled! to nt : Irom all allepinner 10 the llritiah :<'ru :irils. The rogue had Is-en enquiring lentird Huh'r driukm bis!' tea oat of a ilia tinY other i
tend i to them- Ha li is tt'I'U:4t'.J to pl1)-'I crow, and that political{ t coiuiCMun lx,. as *o t i ic route of the ..Uitlcn, w IJ'onl'rl'. mond cup w hit rh lie filk-d s frc in n"goldc'n {nruilcut.LIe itinperkic, and uprigbf vi '.:!!'' V J: .
titer laws for the Bcoll\.Iui"n of largo di*:, liven tUcm ItIl.I 1 thc state of threat lintel, Having n-icertained the'! town. through bowl{ of the sirs (ijtlieuiolac| >f St. raulV lurd. citil to t'try body, and particulutI .

tricts of people, unless tho-w, people, would is, mid ought to be, totally dis oliid ; uiul whiili they passed, be contrivedto get n,. 'I he Low I ww 'prcheiitcil to Aloxeali, in )' to )our teniers.- ( they call s lhtn >
TrcJiuqiHsh.:: the right of representation Hi the i hit, ai4 free' nni independent states they pretty Huiuher of ten dollar DOtes out vlthtni eonlrl< ration fJ f the ttmnt.upparttheCbi l. nc-lve ) our ,,'alrtm., .WVUMTIU' |l.IIid it, ,
E tl'gidlatureIrilltt inobtnn:iblc to them, & haws full potter to levy vvurt mlude peace, ,- (..'. &, (jttt.Mothrr nese monirch I hud nrtivnl Irom him I.)' fitly i I littlK-nnnll themselves rue hubs, it f'
t>rim'I able to tyrants only.. I.I outran, ulliinccs\ esinMixh commerce, At adopting his line tlf policy The tmpt'ltIt tbty plriitc, m long a* they jay ion the paF'r I
t He has called together Icgi"llli\'e: bodies i to do all otherarts and/ thins vvhuh illile.ellllt'lIl of llrnfrul lirrfn.-Among the hmtever, would! 1101 t ulldu/ it to be lakfii ; never exhibit: / that ariNleciiry, w !.Ic It 1
I t' at places unusual, uncomfortable, and dis; /, t may of right do, And many J&dl'ia distinguished themselves" out of the C'ulllllr)", tend! stir, e xtr mrdiin.rv IH a part of the orifinsl sin that is in U*
j taut from the repository of their public records !' iho snpportof Ihimlerlaiation, with: n frmm from tlleir patriotism, charity, and other I Irittlltr rl'.t'hed no ti-us-ti from the lIft, in any such w a), for It w Ul do )ou no good 1

for the sole purpose of fatiguing I r<'luiiiti'on ItlC> {'r ,Uition of Uivini J'ro'i..Ienl' gent finalities,, In our revolution, there I* and he would hate fiilleird iloilh 'had hr my won. .
He hatdi"tulved representative houses re-j our lives, our fortunes, and ourgacred hog and whim, in my opinion is equal in merit \\ hile on A visit lo time I'nrht-uf l'g)1't: or tiny man, lo say, "lliiitiscur prper, I'
pcatcd'y' for itppoiiujr with mmlv firm i ineks n.r" toany tint: flourished in our country, and! (oHO-iti was presented! w nh a private key, we Mttb"trlbe twenty Jo;:..... a piece to .Ii I
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his'invasions on the rights of the pt..o.// JOIIV II.XCOCIPItldtllt: there went many at that lime About the l<> admit him at nnv tune!' into (he lluniu" ks ('JI It IID.. lor n rune all \11" Ii""- ii.iiJi -' II
"t olc I ronimencement of our revolution, and anwon j a MIIIP there he 'riire dthueehinilrliiht! 'us I >conrrejrJaUr ,\Jw''IIoj"i will 10 jruded: '

He has: refused for a long tune after Tire IT. STATLU: TEACHING jresoNa TO as It wjis" ascertained that .Nathaniel'Green 'I to the kingdom. UN drops suns innde nf Itofctijtiur I Ihat .ftflwwiil drop lis swb.ctlpllnn _
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. ,ueh dissolutions, to cause others to bcdt'c1 -I ECHO'E \\ hat were thought the dreams sAerwards tlen: Hrt.t.n. ir.ttndt'd ', LUIIN U,''', wii\ 'natid litnluwIsofBOiwHiiitr, |"ntr down.-One n.an w" ill :
: ithduw
annihilation, have/etumed to the our country in the ofeivjlizution a deputation of friends, (comiiionly) called /grains. and uliln>ufrhienniiliiii'iii.irecould you, tl'C'oAUIll. ) ou ate loo austere
people at large, for their exercise the aid 'iniprovemeiil progress arc already I Qliakirs, and to ", I."e IotH'iel) he thin: lic- be carried in n common nut Ill. i upon .11I1It'r. & 1l"Oh" sin I nd auothti le-
tate remaining, in the mean time exposed I lobe reli/etl. Our piloon beginning Heins- longed,) by an order nf the meeting, waited After a most hazardous journey, and after oilier CHUM; ) t
to all the dangers of Invasion .from without have been visited by special (commissioner tlf on him to endeavor! U. dl*..urt "I
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and convulsions Itlnn. from (': goveriimenu, who hate from it, and after listening to all their arl\l' arrived at the sits here euro .tnc>d the ,oil more injurious than no .111| port( at
He has endeavoured to prevent the popnlatioi I thought lIropean them worthy of adoption i in inentsexi the subject, he inform thllm '1'ovt er of l\nM.! He Imnudtitfly l begot | and if your | per I* bcbMiiy rtikid
preference by ouit old faslilou
that he ft'It irreaixtablo 'tlticiicl I-tartsd
for'that an nronenshv. |to.1-enk in
of these states ob- not .alllh. linguates which ruen
: ; purpose to thetroun antiquated and imperfect "'Utullert'll I lie with ttllh. in ,.. ,, __... f
to be ot c'r, to all his. brUberen l i __"_ .t.A. .. '.. .11 -1. .
$t me tins the laws for naturalization: fo- institutions.. And we now learn by"the got join in during llicronfusioii of tongue, of .
reignersreuaifg: to pass others to enconrao I Chronicle that F..rupeanrail- arm He thanked them for the Interest all whit languages\ ho hamutice continued phraseolfity', Ihat )I., sit-n not krwwbut<< tat i

their migration hither, and raising Harrisburg road 8'! w tm i I. to K- I
the conditions of now appropriations. o"flaud. America! to examiueonr mode of agents nol) comply whim their request. When the )III11CIIU'It Jlu"l'rll e>f intention arc of the lhe.old very moriflng, rend attci lively the able' of
const rucUug -
.. the/o routes and that they lure deputation took arc affectionate l leave, and moth active and antonniting nature. 1'he manJack Ass, and his liltJe toys
reported left him A hw mother who had been follow' lew NetcromllM, Billy, as hiiig M live.
lie has obstructed the admmUtratrhn in favor of "the boldnesn of designand listening ing prutJ1'urt'lf'ry interesting i 1' J ( u
c u will have
justice, by refusing his assent to law' for folidity execution" thoe of Pennsylvania with all the atixiet)'of a feud aft'ntilbe lie him luveiiii a 'iilan to convert shadow that many things to encounter

establishing judiciary powers. overall others Our Infinl uyed her best endeavors to prevail on him into substance, and tin can bottle up nu un- loiters are not very agreeable. Anonymous .
lie has made judges dependent on his is already beginning to teach 'lessons republic to slay at home when he told her il was: shine, end com prrcs il like gas, thereby ff impudent chaulerbllrn at

will alone for the tenure of their ofticcs, to the old world-the child instructing the impossible. Aller atnu.sc: she burnt into procuring a light without txpen, lie can once, never mention them to any Cody: not .
etcn to
and the amount and payment of. their salaries .whu had thought herself 'Ise'alld tears with this remarkable observation by the force ufiniaginniifln alone, instant your wife. Where a tftcmer
parent, too drops the :
to learn. 1'lute the Well Nathaniel, if tutee must go it is ly change A crockery slop hash into gold, papeo not betray: )our eliplca.'I'
He has erected a multitude; of new offi- result experienced of the of mind produced are ) possible that I inay hear of tby death, aodif he tan direct the public spent without the cure, by any eklraot dinary ,ap|..*rinre of .

t DeS, and tent hither swarms of officer, to by free liws and expansion a free and the it is God'a will that il shall su happen, I lightest knowledgee tJ' any party 'IIIOf.tt'l civility. >, when you happen lo meet him agaiu. 1
, harruss our people, and eat out their uUjtance. eral diffusion e.ducatlon.-\'Me press fork fen. hope I shall not hate the inorliflCMion to rd with them l he cmimake black white t ctrr run about to pick up hear of thee being wounded in the Lack" white. black with curious case and of comfort, nor uk any ban vLat be
{ Star.] Comment In nt'f'dle.-a .nd ho end/ think of (his; that or the other arUde In
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lie has kept among us, in times of peace, Hpartan mother liasolmoxlcompleted a Mhtme /
Jtandmg armies without the consent of our i could not have Mid more t but Mrs;, <2r I YOHOLO-TEXAH. stand pre
legislatures lie has affected to render the military independent [ The delegation of Creek Indians sent to ers of antiqaliy, .. her educutliw.. so From the I'ortlnnd Magazine. menu i-I |lost a good tdverti;ir>gru.toaier

of,& superior to,the cttil pow I the west last winter (or spring) to exam- ditf''rt'ul..lIe' bred a Chrisuav, THK HUNG f.lKL. by placing another ".h'* advfrtWn>tnt*
er. 'i me the country beyond the Missisippi, returned I got this adcxdole on board oneOf the ** Elleetalt: duuiode ou lei plus belle of roeiuMca before tli. ("'n. Wiih your

He has eombine4.witll others to subject': some time since, having gone into feteaipboats MIllie years miice, 'ruin aa old chases good common s.'n.e you will do well e*

alt to a jurisdiction foreign to our con+titu-i I. Texas in pursuit of a home for thnnselvefc Quakergentlemanuf Uhode Inland, who Ont Ie plre df'.tin. nough. The public, will respect you for
too and unacknowledged by our laws; I. hereafter. oholo and others met with informed me he wa a school miMtttr of tLeHener.I' .. Etellft, chic a Jurece que durant let your independence I Lut you mil re ,"m-
,
Den Hawkins who believe of ber that there I Is the
hilt assent to their acts of pretended we was the and that hi* father and Genoralj rose.*, sam difference be
giving tton I McIntosh party, and residing recently in Green'* 'were near neighbor*.-/io,,.tr uf\.\ L'esjisred'un matin tween real and affected Independence, arc
quartering large bodies of armedtroops Arkansas, .but more recently Fa Teita. the Coiutilution. Open the window," aid the dying between Ibe real nutmegs indjbe ariifcial
'} us : I Hawkins seems, from the Bu:IcMin's girl!, that I may feel the wind on my ore- manufactured at borne. In a word tear clod '
among .biI
For potecting them, "by a mock trials j account of it, was concerned with certain tr13 fIX) OF DARIEN MONEY FOUND tread for the last lime for ever' -raise me ,bapie the Devil.81IARK8 :. '

from punishment for any ronrders which i, speculators{ in Texas land. He and oth We understand that gtfl.lXJU( ) of the principal up that may look upon the sun once 'I.
should commit ou the inhabitants t'ruoltlillarge quantity of land ,to Yobolo bills of the Dank of Darien, and SOU more before I dir." A* she requested, I IN I't.NBACCLA.
they these states. ofj I for that Crcek 'a on.h3lng received twenty 'of the Branch in this city,lately nolcn I placed my arm under her head, and railed Wo lo the unfortunate. wlgbt,, w be world

For cuts!i ill offour trade with all parts of] thousand dollars in cash in part payment front the Bank III an found this morning among it from the pillow. How beautiful was breast the water, and bash nf fensaeol .
Orleans and is by the for aslcht ot his I1IHl-ht'arL. n....n-
at lately, con-
( eworlJ. some cotton bale on JoKC1 gt barf her pale face, 'lying there tuwiih helplessly, "
j tract \oholotoreceive eighty; thousand From he fret ihere are no frail fair bees be re: .I'V'
For Imposing taxes on us without our by a negro drayman. that her large bright eye tuned up to the
more the present week from the Indian this only landed day 'like Msbon slid clsewberei' 'eseeotly
Consent: i eotiQn was two since! run a wornliipperib black hair sweet *o
For depriving us in many cases, of the Nation to be assembled in council about and of its being examined un yesterday by pinff over hrr arm to the pillow, ana the Indufriccnl for a nan lo rvm aucb a risk }
aenefit of trial by jury: 1 I half way between Ibis and Chamber.* coun a respectable gentleman of this day, there gbldeti light !) ing upon.her thin features' : if lie did, snd ttlC'apcdItla aU his On, I ear

For transposing us beyond seas.to be tried ty. Tins eighty thousand: dollar the Indian is no d.wbtthat the otouey. must hate beenpllt'M imbibing theta a. It were withglory ana much mistaken
.
for pretended offences: ,, are Uigot, or have obtained from the among the eocjon Jut mghL |where vitality, till ho whole form Mtmrdconsu<<: 1 the Yesterday Vaadalia, we caught a shirk aliiigsjcl '
For abolishing the free system of English General! Government as one of their stipulated i* every mon to believe that more than mwl_ in a bright essence,. biinilug intensely mCaauntag ibiifeea fwi in
laws in neighboring province i payment. Hawkins will probably one person WM concerned in this rtA*cry within, and radiating &hOUL Her eyes kngtfc/and five feet Tutted Ibis; Jay (9t|lrb
therein a > arbttiary I receive tho money from the Council this and that the audit idualu, must be in the city I grew brighter. she gazed, andsb seemed roniaiM. seven roe a of teeia) eoulj, s bra
log t'lltabiillh.j week, but be can never make them a title becomes I cat out. easily be paa e4 truer MM) =
its boundaries, so as to I Jt therefore, our Police In refreshed with lh- soft wind stirring a- lead ;
enlarging and fit to the land. The Orlwn papers declare e on tbe alert. We further' understand ,' Unit ber.M H jw brightly and Cjui ilyw and bc y of the lsrgcTt to** ..i ib.. ikip. }
at once an example that his title is void holding u b,! does I that AU the eloquent of. Cicer.. amid lilt
introducing the tame absolute rule into) active measures are in progress U) detect : elms it luispered, doe. b. HO to \blt rest pro-
under the "Galverion Day and Texjjp the thieves ;.and we" are aoihonsxl to melting away, lint by tint, from the sight I" fflonal keowledteof a Bums, viouU"
these colonies: our charters,. abolishing (r Land Company," who had no title them uy, that if the individual.who placed the Ilien turning her bead acuity/ away, she' not wake Old Bob, the fort *.t van t.. .
For taking valuable away laws, and altering, selves. It'is alia cheat, and Yuholo. money among the cotton would come forward sunk to the pillow, murmuring, MO that litve but what be (elicited vsfitn list sir
our most the forms of our onra.mente finds it out before Den Hawkins gelt out of and give all understanding in relationto my departure may be like thai-may I na, from the cirrwtiMawe yf OBI having
?fundamentally, the nation, Bea bad better >take; care of j the fact* of the'theft, that bo would be kink to ray death calmly and painless leave 1,the corpse of the toramodore C beets.... .
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triA V'l1Po toVEnq-IitAL; : l LortTw always, a welcome guest at(flier husband who but LI brookrd the poetic sher name-publication of the corrrspontdenceofMr. Donunquethonpfoceed? across to Santa Cro I

In in e LJ.trll'J .Lr"nllninJ love does j I Abbey. He Would pass days at a time I celebrity conA-rrcd on I his wife by the cI Livingston, has rendered the where she laid fear day, thence'to Laguyra ,

not UKJ !suen havoc ns In a weak one, not there and from thence make frequent visits I jl1lllllolred'crlll'. of another. The tele- adjustment of our difficulties with France, when the laid one> day, thence to Porto CaU-llo] J
(haul is list capabltMjf laving but bccau.se !I to Annculey Hill. His visits were encouraged bruted grove stood ore his estates, and In more uncertain, the last arrivals from tiu From tho latter
it ius mIne resources. It certainly lithe ,' by Miss Chawonh's mother; she par I a fit of spleen lie ordered it to bo levelledi roper, has fully convinced us. We were of << port, run past and chewed herself

t 'm m powerful passion' of the mind' aid I took nona of the family, feud, and probably! ,i uilhthe dust. At the lime of my viyt cite opinion that this would be its effect when! off the Islands of Curacao and Jamaica, thence to

t t, w'Ira' there! is not the capability! of other looked with complacency upon an attach- | mere roots of the trees wire visible but the was first published here, und expressed this Havana, from which place the tailed for Pen- I

/pur uit-, often engrosses and destroy !I iiK-iil thit might heal 01cL. differences, and hand that laid them low is execrated by opinion in strong language. For a moment tacola. Every thing quiet and the ,
f.i ho fur I iKcisno of had beat mistaken but flag respce.tcd
proof tendcrnes" I unite two neiithbonng estates every poetical pilgrim. we hoped we ,
but of I.tup..llly. of mind and ob-uuiacy of The sis weeks1 vacation! passed as a d ream we must confess that present appearancesforce every where All well on board the Gran*. j
temper. Tlia narrower the mind, the mire I ani'ing.st the beautiful bowers Annp II upon. the conviction that our firsImpression's pus The following I.I a list of her officcts.

it w 11.1,11)I; be devoured by wiiatuter pre- Myroii was scarce 13 years of age, Mary (Jo where you hear will of,the north great'rise, south, rant in. the orl"Ctol.aIlJ : were correct. John White E cj. Commander, to

d mini HIM over it. If there wero such a Chaworth WAS two years. older t but Inn you John Caillin Lieut.
value of real Our friends in the fir
'upc-ramndtnccof tenderness! that life it. heart, as I have said, was beypnd his, age : estate. .
Iron the .V. O. Courier.
seat tout be the forfeit of its wounds,) i it I and tenderness for her was deep and pas cast are seemingly running void among Wm B, Lyne "
woiil appear also on other occasion, buts I Hionate.: These early loves, like the first their timber lands. There I is lo be a great FROM MEXICO. Stcrrctt Ramsey, Funcr,

p Vo i iiuy ace people dying for lov", who run uf the uncrushed grape, are the sweetest sale at Bangor to day, and .o great it is rx Dy the arrival, yesterday, of the IIChr.Cra'Cord Geo. W. Evans Atst. Surgeon, r
peeled will be the crowd ofpur'hJ rllh:1t: from Vera Cruz advices from
Java d ,
; not MMlity enough to give up to a aud strongest gushing of the heart, & Juo M.
Master
Gardner Acing
teem nun argument': In violent mind love however they may be superseded by oHier -lucre nut bciug hoiiiiti"-nhfilit have been Mexico to the 12th inst. are received. A ,

will be violent p.nsion, like tii-j rest.' Violent attachments in after years! the memory erected an: the temporary lodging: places of I total change has recently taken place ; it is Ch. 8. Ridgely Pa ed. Midii ItGl'o.
I' the visitors, lie must! be an adventurousspnculatcr tirepresentative government or Consfitittional M. !f
1 ungovcriiiiQlc love shove the fury, will continually recur to them, and fondly McCreery,
l Hot the teudcrncx of the dtrpo+ition. dwcll-upon their recollections. who will travel hundreds of Monarchy, of which Santa Anna is John G Anthony, and Geo. W.
A furioiH nun lover furiously { he ran :I Ilis love fur Miss Chavvorih, to use Lord miles with the prospect of resting .from the ''to be the President and SupnTmc Chief,'until Harriott!,

I scarcely =hear; the object out of hey sight' and : Dvron'sowiiexpression, was "tharoraanSeof langitcs of his journey iu a t hcd. The rise probably, he assumes! the title of Jm-:: Midsl.ipmcn
t is mid when he urea another enjoy that the most romantic period of his life," & of real: estate in the west may; In* judged [pt'rur.-1'lte' plan onhi* change originated Erwin: J. Lccdom C pt', Clk.
teaiion! which ho would himself ongronJ5 I I think we can trace the effects liCit through from the fact that a lot in. Huffalo a hick a- in Toluca one of the largest cities in Alex- Wm. Dunn Actg. Gunner

.t In ihe midst of all his passion he 81'1, out the whole course of his writings, coming bout five month, ago was bought for co, and has been adopted by several of the
.loss of cheri-ming' the object of it In in up every now and then, like some lurking !Sl.'i'Jv! J, has recently been sold fur sixteen other cities! who are tired of a legal government We have had two failure on.the Steam Boat:

t gratifying hiin'U. lie would not Jorcl I theme that runs through complicated thonsiind dollars, being an Itd\'allceunear., and would rather submit to the iron part of the eastern mail route, this week. The

Ins lo'-e, thotghthe misery! of its object piece of music, and links it all in u pervading ly twelve thousand dollars' in little more rod. first wa occasioned by, wcdon't know what, only -
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than four months.- Timt
shoifld ensue nor has he any idea of giving chain melody.. '-
f a h ippiness of which he must not partici How tenderly and mournfully does he Prom the New York Conri&ercial Advert' wi" know it was not by any fault of the superintcndaut .

pate.The : recall in after years, the feelings awakened William Strain, of Phitiulflptia- rr, June 17. of the steam boat, The failure of tii! *

phlegmatic love very rationally, Iin his youthful and inexperienced bosom! bout twenty years ago William Swain, VERY LATE: .. .\{ EUROPE.( day' mail! it owinj to the breaking, of one of the

t ,' t p and take plenty of ti ice to consider whether by this impassioned, yet innocent attachment then a bookbinder, was affected with a severe Dy the packet chip Orphens, Captain "li"fln of the steam boat, while on her w"110 theI'llstwar.l.
every thug i" proper and advisable, before I ; feelings he Hays lost, or hardened in scrofulous disease, which battled nil Burslcy, we have London papers to the lad
and
Wednesday which
on night ,
they allow themselves to fed the the intercourse of life !
the efforts of physicians.. Unexpended 15th of :May, aud Liverpool of the ICth.
warm emotion, and when at .length! they ull his! little earnings in procuring medical The arrival of the Orpheus below' from made it necessary for her to put bask
,
The love of boner Ihinxa and! bettor
have gently und duly made tliulr minds days; aidand
up was taken; to the i'enrisylvaniihospital announced in the wholeof
Litcrjioul, was
to bo in love, it i hi always with such 'prudent -Tin unbouiKJml huN| and lifavcnlj i inuraneeof ., his disease has lug been pronounced our publication of yesterday. But it On another page ,,'iI1l1e found the Declaration

reserve, that, in case of any mishap, what U I called the world, and the worl'I' incurable. While at the Hospital, lie un was not until after the larger portion of of Independence. .time-honored usage

dt' they noon recover, and are ready to love Time ways ; when dertook cure himself, and composed a our pipers had been issued, that those by for newspaper* to publish. it on the eve of the
4 again as rationally and an! coolly tti e- mumcntrf we gather from a glance mixture for that which had the desired
than purpose t is arrival were rree \ cd. Late as it was, 1th of July.We .
nil
Mun-joy from fulurelri.lt
r pr praise,
g v er. et cet. He was noon restored lo the and the
per- lowcyer, press was stopped,
\Vhi<:h kiuillcd manhood, but ran twit eu-
The selfish and have their loves.and .
mean feet health, with: a constitution unimpairedt items of
traneuTim must prominent intelligence were are sorry to perceive by an article in the!
love with u thousand subterfuges and) t the disease through which he had will all
sketched! off for These
passcd. a postrript.
beart in nittsnce of West of June 6th that in
an : its Key Enquirer ,
own, aparagraph
It readily be
.stratagems. may supposed lie then tried the virtues uf his medi- he inserted in the course of the subjoined .
-that those would be noon appeasedby Ui wh another' boa ow iN i the tune" published. in the CuzcUo about two
people cine on others abided with similar disease summary, for the benefit of those not served !
} good jointure, for the loss of the beloved \Vhcthfrthislovcwasreallj' n-sponded to *, and found that it proved equally effica- with the second t'dition'rsludar.. i.onthj ago,relating to a lute law of the legislative

. object. by the object, is uncertain. Byron some baits This mixture was titcttim'n I'aini- Mr. LIVlNliSTON and family wereat courmit, we mivt unintentionally gave offence.
The volatile and fickle will lovo more times speak's if he had met with kindness rea. It not only restored imentor from Plymouth England, having arrived there
as < Tlic'luw spoken of, U the one which repealed
j merrily a thousand times, and laugh themselves sickness to health but it has raided him
in return, at other limes he acknowledge on the 10th, in the Constitution frigate,
put of it, without remembering one from thcact incoqioratiiig Key West, and made certain
e that she never gave' him reason to believe abject poverty toimmese wealth. lie where they intended to remain severn)
# for whojn they have sighed. The sensual she loved him. It is probable, however makes, it is said, a good use of his wealth, days. The frigate fired a royal salute other provision, which we thought at thetimcunjiul

tare a great many, but noon forget ) they that at first she experienced SOIUQ -Hullo- contributing largely to the Improvements which was answered by the San Josef guard"hip and even alwurd.! We have s'-en no reason
have no friendship in their love, became rings of the heart. She uas at u susceptible j- of Philadelphia and aiding with his name Captain Falcon, C. I). the commander since and the
they hold no mental intercourse. to change our opinion, Enquirer
and his
its benevolent and charitableiustAutionslb.
,
purse
age ; bad us yet forni"d no other Hitarhuirntn having previously gone-along side the
Tua ti.rona love, and jiornutimi (for ; her lover 'ttiough boyish in I JoiiMittition. A rovul ealutr was also fired think"with u*. But we arc thought to hnve treated .

irtcxQiUltcly: various) forget all their years, was a man in intellect, a port in 1- from the batteries of the citadel in compliment thesabjettwithtoomtchlcvity, Perhaps! thi ,m-iy
natural and become harmonized
and taina:gloom, nay, sometimes ridiculously e- matritiation\ and had a countenance of rc- JO"::: We have it on good authority that to the American Ambassador.GREAT I'' J be till cane' &yet how many absurdities are there .'

laced ; but nature generally returns and markald" beauty. pri.-ate letter lime been received, stating : UR1TAIN. in tic! statutes of Florida much greater than that !
,i ; With the six i week's vacation: ended this Parliament resumed business on the 12lh I
Mr.
positivcly'Isat LiUngMon would leaei'arisimnu'diuifly.
after mfVi'iff" the fades. who hall undertake the
i gjy plunrige complained of! amt .!
had been
brief returned school hut nothing of done.
romance. Byron
und this
Wiin n u in dissipation/ loves, it is return to country mood
often with owe than ordinary tenderness deeply enamoured: but i if he hal really iu the I'riq.iU Cnll lItuWon. Hi. arrival New writs were for different places the !mops'leuw the &i"yphine task reforming them x

i o'i I .i"lic'm'v, becii'H it must be comer mud any impression on Miss i Chaworths i ii therefore !IOU' I ly e.\pei-ted. It is stated which had become vacant. No important by grate and sober arguinenUtion V They have
tlynj ve-v tailed that can calf home hit heart it was ton slight to stand lie! test ol that ho-looks upon tin amendment of msincss", was likely to be brought forward heir origin in our p?euliar for.n of government 1
r :Ih..enl'r.O&e: was at that age when, a femAle tlen.'ral Vul-i/c by Ministers till they were all in their places -
e will; i in tti' and concentrate those as equivalent to a rejectionof
tn have
j 'III and until thin i is gotten rid of, we no hope
from which would be about the 2tth. i
Hoon en inges the girt to the wo- tlte'I'ti'mty. ,
irraitompJ
fea" -n'i'li to wander.An .
:: !l'ii;4 a u tru' reason for which n reformed ruin ant, leaves hcrboyi.sh lovers f.irbchi, A letter from u well inurmcdlllllrICrpuhisll'll | : I.oulIorpt'lh: had been returned by IheWc.'It but in forbearance, no remedy but in quiet sub-

( I 'en' i i. tj.iid to make the best hits- tier. While Byron was pursuing his in the Kveihtig: Post, contains the riding a Yorkshire, by a majority of miw.ion. The Enquirer: intimate that "th'crmncoU j

baud schoplboystudies' : she was! mingling w ith so : following: :- upward. of 2000. Gazette in a half serious and half earnest -

Sl hl of hii4aass b'\\ generally liules"n- l'I'el tcrs J remarkable; in of the name of Various riinotirs! are afloat respecting thi' Lord John Russell, as intimated ir.r las I manner, blink the question and attempt to ,

,l tinu'at.nlive." The' 0,1 often 11ifr)" to "Mu"ft. -, "" j1l1'l it 1:1 said, (,)r .J'np fJ1I1IV': ;'.,vTati'16iwL"1eA4'rerarrnmart.ieP.a!: ..'t.':.".;":il ::! l.r.t: "'rtr iiie-L'U;,,,,.:d the UiaWI ili'snA"-. '
::
throw ridicule subject,
r J\: ,....;. on
.
rnmke'hrhlnl'! '1rn', Widanq'te+':rA""' ; mrcd ; of Poclc. It is a beautiful commentary upon -
q 'Ihe 'I
.. tcfll A 7riT'r na\'in fil'LI ally III rrl by the Mmistry. 1
Dinner
i. announced
.. f Iottsf" number of the G.uctto i
nlti I rh riee' : r the crusade which the Destructiveswaxed gamut
of Hall he 113thaL shortof
from the top Amu-sir as passed Imtr'riMfrte nothing '
'---1Ro$TihlMdiritf'flir'lmdy!! << is oftenu I boroughs to see how to Guy Eaton. and "several member of
through I"'el\uk.: with (round and horn tam: a public= rvcmitaiiOn l on ,the part 1.( tile : ugainstthe ,
tM-.7itfV.itly: considered. If situ have alole'iVa king! the lend of the whole field in a fmc 1''I'lIldent111 dol Another class somewhat clad they are themselves use them. In time Legislative Council were also in PcntaccU

: fortu'H they f roy LVy! have made chase, and thittihe was struck by the IIIiril)I 1 hiss "x<>ri.itant in their \inetensioiia, dl'PLll.or,1 Melbourne could not have organized participating in tUo festivities of the occasion.
just 4'\fi\i\ a harts; thy wiiI for and! uf his appeuruncp. and his "dmir"hl" liorttemauSliip. ; think tiHkt: an excuse, in the form of a diplomatic his government w iihdnt them since that
( roKtU'rit wi'hn! 'ulv the s'tine cm than its Under such fa'vnj-nbl' auspices t' nom. tnlfM be Ot 'l'l'te.1 from our but a f'lIIallllulO1ter of the .members of his We can only ."y in answer to this, first

r. th jv ;,, nidor any jiher matter in the way hft wofK-d an I .won hr, and when Ird !f'lvcrnlllChlllt'II.linquJII! ; u third, that administration dared venture to run iu the we did not mean tothrow ridicule on the subject at

of ,1,1... Uyron next inft her, IIP learned to his explanations may Le taken from the Legation. counties. Itefure Lord Johd Russell's defeat all, A second that the editor of the Enquirer does
TfivVaii'-hily make" the most ronvm- that therus the bi isle of in South DC voiii the ministers had
qfflanced that "the editorof
may know and when he
ai !tr l.ivnr-t Vil t 'HI! n'l' 'jiiiifit conceits of oltt 'r. dllll"l You M ill no doubt he surprised to hear l>oen driven to bring in nine of their members not u* ; aye
-rain trifle belonging to tho o'ycct of which Scotch llorough Lord John the Goaettc U a lawyer from whose critic
I ig Withthat prIM of spirit that it i if: uid J hy irrll iitfitrnif't pfi-nonn, upon
ttn'r :tow, art are tediously interested a distinguished him, he controlled bin t trel- and I huline the truth of the statement, will make the tenth borough monger in the acumen the defects of the law repealing( our charter -

1L I b:> ii the smallest. \ concern relative to the lugs and maintained a serene countenance. that the Ititc Jf Hrotlie van amour taken government, which has effected( to bold might as well have been ezpuacd" rite. he

sail divinity. which is always insipid and lie even u.Tocted to speak calmly on the i ly mirjirUe. When the 'u/fIJ'"lrftn must certainly mean person
I rl.ltculouetoothers. They love and despair subject of Mr approaching nuptial The of General Vula/e was under discussion, Mr. D'Israeli and Maurice O'Connell. ,
s and love till they love despair: itself, next time I nee you," said he, "I suppose (see debates in the Moniteur: ) JJeneralUegeaud have both been arrested and held to hail, individual, who pen*these hasty remark AVe

and fancy themselves .ten times moro in you will he Mrs. Chnworlh," (for she wait came and told him, that there was to prevent a breach of the peace in the respect Governor Eaton in his place, and it may

love than they really are. Dut this is an to retain lirr family name.) Her reply was some danger of its being caried. PC Prog, form of 1\dUf!. not be impertinent to add that we participate in !

error cotnmo.i to all lovers, "I hope (so." lie fearing, if he resixied, that the Minisiry Lord Stanhope, the patron of Casper those nentimcnU of personal attachment, with ':'
The sanguine love very bountifully. I have !given these brief details preparatory would be left in the minority, lost his head, Hauser, is at Berlin. It is stated that his
They are not only liberal of their affection to a sketch of a visit which I made to and declaied that the Ministry: accepted the lordship has been convinced that Casper whigh, in the course of his abort stay in Florida

I but they generally ascribe perfection to theactect81 the scene of his youthful romance. AnueM- amendment instead .of rejecting It, and was an poster. the Governor inspired most of those who became

) object. There it a continual ani- ley Ihlll understood was shut up neglected carrying the law without it, which he acquainted with him-but no more. In !short

t mltion in their passion'and quarrel,! these are the and almost in a state of desolation ; for Mr.' might have done by a majority- of 41) or TUB FOOT RACE.-A foot-race took placeon we fuel ourselves elevated far above the necessity j.
1 people who will and forgive a thousand :Musters rarely itf'(1 it, residing with his 50 at least. With all his t..leot and In"Iru'tion i :Monday afternoon, at the Hunting
! time. Impetuosity of their emotions family in the neighborhood of Nottingham. be is butataurrc hommg".inthe Park Course, (near Ppiladelphia.) W* of formally denying the existence of the kind of
however, renders them the victims for the Hall horseback in influence which it it intimated controlled us in the
1 set out on company -' tribune.-76. learn that thirteen persons staffed, all properly ,
of .jealousy ; and though they loves with Col' Wildm!In. and followed by equipped for the, occasion. All but matter alluded to. The state of thing presented

c deeply, they are with apt to mind be troublesome unless the great Newfoundland dog O lliwain.In .- a AW lurk, June 13. five gave up the contest after passing the at Key Went wu really deemed an occasion
they meet a M impassionedas I the conrse" of onr ride win; visited a npot TEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE.The first mile, two others stopped at the end
their own.-Yet they beautify their ten- in the love I have the for .solemn' determination not to obey the act of
memorable story cited.It packet ship England, Capt. Macy, of the second mile, and other three,
j derncss with such sentiments, for they have I was UUB scene o/ this parting interview arrived; yesterday from Liverpool. She 1 STANDARD, the Connecticut boy, and DIBE- the Council, because, 110 far .* it related to the

i to high an opinion of the object think 'they love! between Uyron and MissChawortb' prior to sailed from that port on the Uih ult. and rooT, an Iroquois Indian, and another, money collected and disbursed, it was clcarhf
r or rather adore, that they they can her marriage.A long ridge upland ad tan- continued the three miles. For the firs) I
has brought' us files of London papers 10 the and void. '
show her
,! never address her too highly or oes into the valley of Newstead. like a promontory : Nth of last month, and of Liverpool to the two miles and a half"the Indian was considerably nugatory t:

too much observance. into a lake, and was formerly crowned davof her sailing.! ahead ol Htannard, but when TilE PENSACOLA GAZETTE.
by a beautiful grove, a land mark to' The accounts from Paris which these paper within about half a mile of the goal, Htau- ,
LORD BYRONAND MARY CIIA- The und have received impetus We had a light good laugh at the editorial _
I "" the lfhborlngcountrv. grove contain are to the fithMay.Jt wouldappfllr nard appeared to a new of f
) i WORTII. promontory are graphically described by that Mr. Livingston,' with the and came out about 12 yards aheadof quandary in which friend Wright, t
1 f. a :e IV' wAsniNOTOf IKTINO. Lord Byron in his Dream,;'& an exquisite whole of our legation, had quitted France, Jt antagonist I The three allies were the Gazette, facetiously describes himself ,";:
Al about three miles distance from New- as being in his last paper.
:" picture given of himself and the lovely object embarked board the frigate Constitution accomplished by the winner in 10 minutes predicanientea 1
on ,
t tead Ab'tey.and contiguous to its lanU, is The world not affording anything new, at I
t orb, II boyish idolatry which afterwards made rail and 2 seconds. He, of course, received! I,
,
situated' \nnesley Hall, the old family man immediately while the Indiau the nioment it was most iu demand at the Ga-
sine of the Chaworths. The families, like ." I sew two twinge in the hue of youth we presume for this: port. the pur $400 received, in being second rctte office, the editor, asking the world no 1
I and CbawQrths Standing a hill, a gentle hill, On the,subject of our relations with best, $100, conformitywith \
the estates of the flyrons upon( 'heseralthousand odd, ground out an article perfectly new,
of mild last France, we: find nothing in the English -! the published arrangement.
were connected in former times until the Orrcn, and 'rlivity, the papers 1 at his own mill. It was a good: merchantable
\ fatal: deal!l hllt\9a their two representatives. As 'twere time cape of a long ridge! uf such, during intimation that the French persons were present.-Phil. Inq, article, forthelikeofwhichacoodpricewillbe

The fued however lel'-Cor a Save that there wan no eat to have iLl butt, Ministers' the discussion of our Indemnity given at all times at the Alabama Journal -

". time, pro nisnd to be canceled by the attach Rut a moat living UivUeape.'and the wave Hill in the Chamber of Peers, t1,13 'N .5 Cl) iL S. office. After saying a word about Fanny
wit of two youthful hearts. While Of wood and corn delis, and the abode of roan would cause: an amendment to be introduced Keinble (of course something tho't
,
beheld gcaltrr'J iulrrrals and wreathing imoke by Gen. Valeze the Chamber of Dt'p-I FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1835. I
boy, ha Mary added
'. i Ixvrd Byron was yt(a of Fanny,) the editor very merrily
Ann Chawo..". t beautiful girl, and thesole I ruing from such mtie roofs -tho hill' uties requiring satisfactory explanations, I a word upon the flippancy of the female
hieresserAanesley, With that .uicvptibillty W.* rrownd with. pculi\r iiadon) from this Government previous the payment We this \veik anticipate the publication of the :, character generally, making al the same

a to fern ill charms, which he evinei : Of trees, in elrrnlu array, eo fisml, chic mousy, Of this we do not he- Gazette one day,I -morrow being lljeJlhof July. time 111ft exception, which he says, a love
from childhood, hn became almost : Not by the port of nature, but of Nan lieve one word. It is possible, nay, ve' of domestic ]>cacc forewarned him to do.

lm diitely: enamoured of bl'', According TV** two, a n>*l .U that beneath have carried the Hill through the Chamber
of his biographers it would' appear one oo was the exception was
to 1'1" the secret ashy'
Ihv \t liNt theiratachment wasnvilnaUyet Pair. h"TM'lr-bll& the boy I.aedon her j without this amendment ; buican it UA, tailed from this port on a cruize on Tuesday made, may not doom our friend to the very I Ipelungs

cand ", tine. The father of Miss Chawprjh And both Vrere fair and one was beautiful : posed for one moment, that having bellUp-1 la"t, and the Sloop of War ST.. Lays, sailed itwas intended to eschew. Our I

a was then living: and may .have retained I'I And both were. young-yet nut like in youth. tcdtlie amendment' having on Thursday, own sweet exttption, who is now reading I
I of the hostility, for we Aa the sweet moon in Ita horizon' verge. propriety the )lmL.oIf'rs'of the, King Mol l
>\vh t family
ao'u \ Capt. RiU'NUUC has Wen ordered to direct the the article by our side is as mad as a (
are told the interviews Lord Byron and The maid wa on the\ verge of woniauhood ; could advocate its repeal when it return liis-! charge
hawk with for making
the young lady were private, at a gate', The buy had fewersummen, but his; bean as in such cases return it must, movement of the squadron until the arrival of general..Wright Out the'best, the whole is the
U.d far bin and to bit to the Chamber: of Deputies 1'hlll Coin DALLAS who hat been
which opened from her father' grounds to outfrowo yearn eye appointed to the conclubiou of the article, which run tbusl
those of Newstead. However, they were Then waa but one beloved face on earth, grounds could they asuroe* We are at a conimanj and the _" nothing only -
w ilia| come on so coon as examination And what of all this 1 Why
the time that those 'raectinjr I And thu wu shining on him. loss to conceive any. It is possible to passover column i
so YOll1ll\t the ,
miJibipmea ut lUltimore and the it was necessary II' fill up
the consecrated this Insult-Immaterial whether DP ,
I I stood spot by an It
'of upon
t could not have been regnrd as any At. Jour I
end of it.
amid here I U the -
in'frview. Below but hiving trial of Read hall bat. been closed.
real assumed
ofi importance. They were little more than !,> memorable me eiten- or imaginary- Capt. ,
children in years ; but as Lord Byron says dcd the fc lit ing landscape," once c'oilicraI that it U real, difficult indeed i is the task of The V. S. Sloop of war OatMresarrivedliere [(1J1'.nll''Y' the mark Low a poor wight I r

of hi'Uelf'his feelings were beyond his I plated by the loving pair t the gentle vallier reconciling evident submission to it, with on Thursday laul, from a eroise. She tailed may be mad to softer for a sinjle Indiscretion. I
,
I of Newstead.:' deversified by woods and any received options of honor or dignity. I
olrradTi
g age.The passion thus early conceived, was 1 corn fields and village spires, and) gleamsof So low wo do not believe France has fall- hence for the Havana which place sire reached AVe had will nigh had our ears, pulled JourI

blown into lame during a nix weeks1 vacation water, and the distant towns and pinnj1 en nor do we ever hone to we! her fall. on the 13th of April sailed thence for Barbsdoes for that some sweeping clause of which the

which be passed with his mother at I 1 les of the venerable Abbey. The diadem II Let SH however be understood. We but put into St. Thomas' on account f ash Ipt..l. It the editor of.ths Journal had been 1

i ittingbam. The f.therof.Mi** dm worth!of trees, however, was gone. The attention are far from thinkingthat the United winds and bad weather, fur on day only.- '_a friend in neAl" M well M a Mend indeed," I
f was Isis I and: she r".II&t with her mother drawn to it by the poet and the romantic I ought to descend to an apology RlalC"j I be'l i Pot heresy at sU;but I
he have
returned BarhaJora would exposed our
Grampus from to St.
.
he
at the old 1111 of Annesley.During By. manner in which bad kind. We are not merely ( etI
a lo.n't'rnllf\"ty. the' estate! of Neo."Ifl.t was it with his rarly' p-"* jon for Mary ell.-I the news which has just reached usj; bet i ThOIt1a, touching: at St. Pier, Martinique, sodihcwing at leant we have to thank him that it wa not

Vrt'*> lord Grey de Ruthen, but Us youth- wgrih, had nettled the irritable feelingsof.I that the unfortunate-to call it by no bar J herx'lf oVthe( land4 of Martimm4ue & jiow-4 teas' ; one whowa implicated ] H1

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"luTEI-Tbe bee men ,,''b11 'terti N10.11'h:.:(. 7'1'S 1

**eruloJ at Uorton on Friday I I.i t.left the fol i I $ 100 Rc't nn!. I,f ( I DI. Lot<< Is Willis !

lowing declaration of iiniocoii.e.-It wa 7.1la'a"re i.ulle or rut toll I i f., NCAPED from the cuMedy of the MnrJL4 I ,. ; hie pruncsaiunalacrvlc: .

written in Spanish! by Jibert, 1i'1I.t.Iltnl"ll- l by I i""ad .)drelira'r. : t.halon the nurht,. i.f tlie :bth! dry of I: ,,' Dl ensaeola: &
f. UHCoin.j.innM4. Match 1,1"1 NVlIITTiiii llamhlctcnflionn Totht 13.-H-H
Tits nutMaiicv ofttva 'IlilE: 1II1d'r.in'd i :
; : l'II'I"'l' to publish In Connctcd of Mint liul", to the
d'livcredfrum thc negto stealing: )
pljtforai few minutes 1 the t : of Taliah.: : .7iurrbars
ny siC, florid, uwi'fkly Ji &tle.
the
oi-roro their execution, f by the Kcv. )Jr. '', rutttlcd the 'J'1111.lhl
Curtm one of the Catholic clergymen In C.-iZctio b paper uii.l Gl'II"r.t111 fost.: fprosiTUtinn. 'lie :CII"I i \\ than llamiJtctuii :I I 'V I :' rll.(; tI J.J at rtJo Us coluiniM / ( at four I lIOn. the Cotfrt/j
attendance tt >i ul tvtrnty ynuM'l Rfl'. a- Miprtior
.\ Jricani: I IIn willK-dtu.u-d: to l'olilu<, liiuma! tout lit u fret r1'Iu, nllla huff Furl t" ullh, I I Il'd m Peu- | : i n itrict: of Florida I alta
at
ths nnd I
WP i'lct.
'r ; ercttuca.l linprouiHcnt4; +, aU; general! inii-lli'viief) 'lair c\l1II1'k\1I-1I11I1I1: li ht hurt little putnc Ni ..lIl1(' ,.to the J ,
to Ihi..t an'l lgnunlttiuacf,5fc: by couijinsiiia: < Uu ui'\ a oftln> day U'th lurc.rfii lit.I win lIiI'h'l! Ma next in front ot the Crour: ..
misfortune. .111'1' il lniiuii.2|: and ir. \lij I l.ilHl ;)
n.ithy gill It. Ilflhl01'1.1, l \\ ,- !. .lid Uouirstie w itlii-T II Or : : |
have cut pol.iual. ithouMerfd! MM r) i H ami l h.I" a Lt'lu lilt k.I .-I "I'l-lilll l till the n.,ht, ut' a
i1 it .thinI.i h.I pei I but i ia thu tu \t weconatlcmly In aerur-.lunei.1,: : to ells,tUI&I, we hhall t t I a l ?J\o
profeed Lt stud llajmbhloii ( | u tkiilidil hamy \ '1'hat .. I John Chahtuud: innate ;
expect Mlvatioti from the brnia in a \ ir; ) 1'1111 i IIIJllliC'r. In JJ belonthe tlt.utI '
) paid Iii* linn. 'J li tevnl il.eif- I rbl"\ w Ilig I tract ol Lund or In
.mercy of ,our hftncnly Ke.ltTiher.Tlicn. pubPc un .lIet..I,1. "II', ol lie p'lau on I furl will U-i\pil I Ii 1 the' itilixi l ) otll.iKBul! I ('UI .( a* will sitialy! the .atiove:.,t((t!
AincricAii 1 we declare to you with \\ hill 1 llieCia i itte: \Iullll'I coiiituctid.
| \Vtl'.ii: ; n llaml'letoii in n.r 1111' "\lI.'IIUJllte( I I: 1..11, I 1 j to w it.i .
our dytngbrellhthat we are innoceutunj'; TheyMiicnii nour. te.tuily 1 to keep inMl'VX Jui-kMin Count li ', undix ided! fourth of '1'
n.-i ) < >uivtotVt>t I tot Ida lance I ; i sir part :
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vtc now aver: 110 in the hcMriiisj of that I God I .C lllv'tViWllllillOII :
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oiU,1I11 .1 "" 'I I OfIhrt '
Janus \ E.umi: 'I .. NJ
to > : >rTlltiMAM .. land imc ol atl'eM ,,1
M-'mwhom we mart in :a few aioitmuts! appear sue I'liiuM astir, bj \thlchtlie, IHIJK- "
) M. 11111'I'C.Jh'luttq ...r 4uj Luul tvt-lxr n.ilea
; hut oiir a'nds will! not, at tint! !! tort-d to star JhrnI'tii.rw oIl1ht. As inoJeialion that to
I ,11.uaaullhslrct .II / I I thu l : la) erg and being lit lt,
trtrjiiil. be clufgj'iIt: do ',iins:* the ; : uua linuiicss \\ III Itt our inotio, we nc)
.\Pill lltb 1N1.1ti.bt.i'if.ibiurrhu toll tlie'lin: w luod.14k'd!
List t .wi of our live by the! utterance! vr foll!+l'- shall be .lulIU brand w hit |Ihtil'ul harts)', "- : P. II. I 1 Milluniu.n

hol.. We ";n.ik t'i' :? soli-mi truth. We1ans I tliot politician: whoiu.i) jioiiuhUy ilaUrin : : : ;; :'a Stile. to''h '' : !; j i.u" kit-tutor M \\lUIU ol lI.eMud John ag ll
said ( ;
not culpI ible. .\11') we reiterate here''! oj>ini ii trout ux.- I. I 1'vr'ltrnlvnul ,.1..t t u,
t. tinier the gallows: tt Iut we declared: oil I It i.< our design lairly to report the pa!!- : Saturday he( l hI tlnol: AiittiM/ l neM: I II yon : 'I- UVAMK&: }L l'3f, Mar ha 1

our trial "that: wo din InnocYnt: men."! f'iiiS. 1'olUieal hews ul time da) the |>0iin- I ON lit'tIH'4.'IIlh'lhJUr. \l\ and 1'11 A. M.ahU line Uy JOM4I1 1..hU41'. M. \
May Col forgive those who brought us to sal' view tliiit xe may hatcocuusuntuud- i oiler: ir sins! MI front to II..' tonrlI bth, IKU)).-la.: -irt.
thein
tii! fit il 1' I'1, a* xve now freely tlo and tiHMle will Ueikuie lil".a"'llIlIall'I t "
:
; "' ) loll tar I, house, in the city 1.11"11",1"l i. tle IlIlIv\\-
I we 1"1\ tIlt! world in peace it'uh ail mess as s\e aie itmiCt'.llCd, and \c hope ou lug fl'llll) or MI iuiM.li tin-Mill', u" will dill, u NOTICE.
1
I' rarewvll. AiueriiMii: freinjiilio may tat our II" with ,'''1'11I11- ''I'I> the '1 an Il"r) mil hidiif.n, binl county 1 Lad).' l pcnt'tin iiidtbttd to sue rrtatt-

-. PtfURO GIBERT, ni'atioiis, \\II! utt 'r\nlu' aiiieruU'. ulhl r- ] l.M-aii.l.iu. In liXiHille thtrttili.' ipIt ; \\ t.NoI.I.b deviated arc lit!

I'Ie .\ "' 1m,. U.\ICf.\. w ise their puliJieuUon \, 111 IOuttl"C plan r Ihe ills.. tin! ) lies JU5or 181tn: ; ; +ltas. thrlais nhuc! .., : ton n.tlorwartl mid n.uket

:MANUEL:: IIUYK.V. !I lit Inr olwrv.tureuf thus course, we xh.ill 1 aie paId to me ritUrnU-r. I"'IMI' tits: 1'1'1 d all Iht "c haxiiig clautia agar
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JIAN: ;MOXTEMUI: act witu situ 1IIIIIUIII,.hl) ua) lit -viiv., together: Is tilt all mil< addeiiiiiie >.I" t'l ', BIO nq 'lItHI to |.it-K-nt tL ,
'' MANUEL: CASTILLO.1 I It will b'* tlie aim i>l' the I'IILJlhhe.1I to, ; ,. I i 11'\| : ) nu't I : I aftiully miiHin lor mtltucnt.

'I'dl reader: to lUiir patrons, nil the K' tlMa" Uuii III\:: Ill' n.\:". I' o,>Mjn : t.LO. \\ .UAhKLLYAdminntrator. .

/ PORT (}PI\n.\roi..i\ = I' they slat :tp.tWeit', &UMIIII g; in lunut u"t1ctet 1 I WO AtUI\'ollf: rule 1..111,1. situ I (.o. .

.\rrireiLSe.hr. IIIe' 01.1 u.lar'e, '. lill') that! would attempt .1, _/ Ow iiteil I'.,IM al 1 IVuiitUi,, HunI,1 l: I Di-ciher. : 3Wh 1633.- 12-bt.

R>W" i ii-Iiooiu! I'ous, Moljil"! Cargo to pie.i- CI'jboJtiil please! "i>tody. I .i.uifH iroa. tintilj uf I rnsHcfla, lit/undid ''!| lo II I' .',' : I! 1 Ily "'Pixi'e'-.

rsgo t') .\. Larub! ant 11. Parga, *. I I !>y l.u.i'iiu. .',.. rr.i's bust Aral I'therA' t to'urt i i'l.e ln.i-at ''! : underpinned\ \ i i. IK>W ready to

Schr.: Maria: Ing! ill*, Mobile: A.llwuh; it is our design, to |>uiM.encour ,'II tin- A'.uHlh., .1 rM liy vacant III..I-.UIII I I the t ny 1 ores tn'p.'td.. on U

the 1J.lJ
Srhr. E"ho, Allis, ;Mobile. I 1'01(1)-11I niakuls. I.ill.-; uumui. I .\1111'111 oi '( axes, V. ",'. < paying' the ante on or bcloie U,

Slur' ; II II ntn, HertunleN.! Or- \\11)111.111,1 i .In1 tuiJroUn'il' us !i't'lrle i.iu.i- I Jt.tLeldl1.11:5.: : : Rise 1:1 ol May not will !M' a lie wt'da dj'

the kam.: 13OJ Bricks, by I.. C. llnM.dl.' ; fi'rent to the imjK>it.iine.. ul vortt-tt priiwi- ;I f Sit-t :;; I 'I I & '": c rat, uud Sit '1'UCII tnpa\
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:-Sc II Eiiza Ann Green M. Iukn pll'H.I'licy. t | cue nil l
f. l
I.ai ,.r.1 dll,)' of At II )U fret 1l. either, .1)J.I: :liugicxby lI.m.1 wish ho\\c\c4 iJi-Unctl) to h.iuit \' Lull list pom) HKirM-it hllll hili!, : pme, any : ; fot accordine to law.PAIIJ.O.

i wo" sun Ktlly. kuc\ui, that they will nciihii ....lIlt1"I In'" tulh! II''r..." ., ) < i.t tall U unit \\ fay \ PALMGS: 1\

the ------- ---' ..- __ I oi t'.,::1,11III she it tilts ol ill"slgutng l'"jIJ'!; j :iii'iit Ih.' ('II) nl 1 1'1.11,1'1.. I in1.:m!id on ulihiilesi 11\1 IK City TaJtCotlteior.

ice. Hank of INifueola.JIIVIUKM eat Ijllrlt iII're. wln> -ne men ol j>: ii.. ij-te | ') tta'i.1.l L md. Amount ''J'U\", ,, coiiit. ti (' April iMh lt a3. *-ftj-3U fNOTICE. v.\

,tee! : : ).-Th.- :a-d setu!-aiuutal: diettdeud I in Ilrul/vlllo.1 to lieu tuteren't i i' .::..1. Monday -- .
\0 'Ieraeuiumiutsullhrlialytli.IIt.1't! i!I ; 'i- n) they/
\J J\WiE, FuNTENAL.:
of 4 percent in this day d1'cltrelbythetinkol'I't'titetld. -
ecr- propel ucd.tu i;.<..) a of, .Mural mid ;MI.M.CIi.iiiiroui prHrd I next trim of the honorable tht
: ; : ( Stockhol'leriUrc I 11x\ IU.*> tif M Limit oituated <(<'Iti
line rcluzau'lto ciiianIreecttethrsauc.i I ch ira t.cr. inuier! the dead! ol h, .1.- i E 04, \ : ii-. \\ 5't.* .lilt' I III l la' Crttk tif In.I'I"'I' iiinLAn "I1IY Court of l'IIIIII'll1l'olllll; )', 1C ,
.-oJ \ ia!,!'A for :>" ,tiinJ.i! : > e\iilnj.' ; l | | at the city of I'cmmcola, on the l
fly order of th'J lloarJ of Director I Innt | | '- \\ >ifi linpt.t-N into Iluuu! 1e-
,ices \\'.\ : ntniciivv. i 1'1:1''ll1Ih.It'I..IIIl'!' 11.1.) nltuieuftluctlttieuu't I : .. :i :t I nnU-M 1'. N. 1t trust the cil) iiiiM-H ) : : .) of Ot u LI r M-ll I fhalj sl| I-lyJI

stet ," dins (" /.If ul lei it imuii taking, but till \ ol I 11'11"\\.". Niundcd! un the N. \N. by nit-nt oi my act ount* a* tin ia;.l

1- Penstc3lalnly3.: :, 18: .-17.-3t.J icr- I place JI""It oil tnee "n> the pi.l'lte lilt'' '' I'lh.I! ..nlllI.. "I..r II l'I'IO \ ii.'iil! ('It tin 11 of Louts 1'il.tiKAb dtctiutd and

,may --- -- 1.10111,1, iK'iie.e 111,1111 dili?eut nilfiitioii i I'- ; ,.... \\ hlt.tot. E.: dy xicuiit: Lands. A- I ron << l he lillolll' o-n-chmmd. .
here \Vm t4:;:: ----I iiu-ono**. a.m a /fiiHHi.flioitlOKitt tin { ..11..111I101 Taxt-n, Jjl i V'::0. I I. la 1t1'UMIUiEU:1'; ,
.nhlac, will Aecuie to thoui.Hhca: a ion i.iiure : of Executor
thai ''' WO.mtf.: : >1bbo: li'd. mnll l\lIr I.C.i: i.SXO4ACJO: VITRIAN. 1
for whose .wjrviciw ixtelxe dollarper of patronage.Tiiu I the ( llth, 1(35.-5.-Gin.
the k I \t 1I1tra.II'.I'I..I..I: : lIu..h'tl ,
themhave 1 m tilth: :an I a rttion! ]JI.r diy will be I\'I'II'! '' (Ibe title('it)of ol I'I"uda TI"h"l'I1I'I'III; anJ MIIIOHIMU lornU'il! >| b.ill. I .1 <'J.. *, d lillr: c \. I':. I'f' Ihe city Ol,I thl' : : : l'fl C H.

ah>, two IIIollthf01Ol'1I in \\'.,,lnrlor ':i many natural iu.\umi.r: ; p'-x.--Mi. III ailensparc.trouudibt I ll'H.xf.d.t "."'Ill, n lo tl..' I'. ..) on I the EaM : ) ( : next iniii I nl lit honorahl- the

whose services ten dollar: per mouth" and a icmrea (Lauer MIpulation | Mill'IxiiiniiH. fii the i."Hli I by land.t oi A \, ) i (1m' ol J.M'ambia I oi.nty to 'I

)!'nt. ration" per day will be. given.U I' /;, than thut ol any other !portion' |ol 1 i strides 'ioiKiul and u tot I by lanais : at to- city of Iriiaktola lUlL,. Mat >\
icoiu.ujn, I luinai' for honesty au I -"..brirty l/uui- .Imi"uiif'Inscs.i : "> l 7al": ; ) 1 for
hope the T lrJlllrr, within the saint lum.lu.> ; ol' C'wtc'r not, 1.1111111111,1)| | |j
I will, !! bs !!.!. | (.1111I:1: :. .
IIUb- r"'llm I J"0 I. I June 1I1 oi m)' air uvula a. tlitt) lo>ttutor f
bill one wcjkly iie\vs <'
"the Ft.u3culat. tho I'. # NIXM! H'jpitil ucar: I this tlie.e p iper.InuuMi.ioirto are mall) valuable j No. Id ;... It-, i CH Clu.rth! Street. A, ._.. F. LI' ,,, I" PMIKIII. tUt-t-fctd: .and I
'
Itt of I.aiul winch doubt !mount cf'iuki-B. >it I'I KI: 3 I.IJ. : ; be finally, 'Ii.., :
I raeu wit: not
C' : ,
i
fear.pa n. McLion.I i It. FiKKCE.; : JsU111EI.LT .
lii.Ma: ; :
bu[ in ethic ulion siii-ul 1'\1 \ ,
will six'n broujslit) :
I
to ,, \* \ Ilinpit il Sjrtruo.i. | thin! present prices ot the! gloat rtaple of Hie No. 21' 1 lot in i the Io! )'. Amount ('I I 11,11 Executor
;a !1. t8r: -7.-lt.|
IWDin. -" July, : -- I country bo inaiiilained-whiih 1II11 teuusl i- fates S-)) 1 \\'IH'm.'nltl: << littlt'., Jcrabl)' iiuymrnt the population ol the I !STONE.No. putt
[ A this, H.trb.u-'it: :Nh-ip licit 1 dour to the cuuutrv. : tH 1 |I.,t on t'1IIIa Street 1W 1 did onKm.tt.iM Kiit-ct NOTK'K.

t of LT Iitnkifl'uiitieoa.! \|1- FIOIII l' the conMtlrralionx kissed :oleic: \ hunt. AnVinnl, of Tttxi :cc. 'II'r! next I lei m of the honorable the I

icolathat ___ ._ __ _-- | II hate thcrolore no hcmtutiun, uibeliex- 'r.00, I I1.:11:0 Hoaril ] : Court; of 1. l'lImbll1ltl\tnt1 to

,on." N'k'ICE IVT I I lug that wit may with cui.iiilrnci reiy liiI :\ : : : MHAL.Nn. foAi" at the I city i.1 l I run ('(.1'1. cm the l.rkl

Ih" ml Ap'il term of C 11111CHurl I Ilhe complete Mi.cceM of our min, nt"jIII:. : lit: I. .'.() fid Intendcntla Sine IIlIlhol ofOctvbcr next, 1 ..hail( apply for

L Kse.iinbia! County, I willprciwniniy vii the uoport via gen"-roi.ii 1'I.tJlu' Anhui oi I nsinj II 1 14. baron I ; of my urrobitta aa the l.>e.
I
eel at vo't.'Ucrs au.l a.-eonnls; IIU I applY, for a 'load I cuzutr'tu.\a J: + .A'I1. t'r M.MENK8.I'our any to ADELAIPE 'J'*Y"IICO deceased: and

does sutlfin-nt rtflUe cstJite! of CiRKiiOKIOC.'MDdivenoJ The Tallahassee (cnernl hilt l'11i ('r" .u p, tutu un the Si.finrbliiy gist of tlu' leading br I, f.nally diorliariini.1IEMJV .

.1itor : aiJ a'k t,, /be finally dw- \\illbopriiitul on u super loyal timid, ul oil u,,.(., 'i.iMUioniitiil, tnxrf b '.J 1':1--: nacula : MltllELhT, 6

\''.Jar f'.J. Four dollars pr annum, Payablelnndtsute F. '1" 0.111H' : llyd.See62. t; t cutor.

ritic !\IAHI.f. C.IRO..Iiin or oa ileliter) of the tint no. lour Oollaiolil'ty '''u i-olln:! vor for Kta-anihiu county. lltli, lH35.-5.-rm.!: .

inisll u1ri.1'. cent* itfivr the expiration> of six month I'ensaeolit Juh)'. I5lhOulicti It4t3.-lieu: icrwtid
charhe .
Juno 27, 1K: ).-10.-It or Are dollar at the close of the ) cur. : : j, in NOT1CK.;
uf Aluliama.. I !lorida and t;
,, be reevited I es'r
than No bcrJl'tlllll111 b lornjiM with tint sent of the rinnorable the
IJank of Pcuwcolii.Ni term than one )'c.r, and the l'l1jJl' r will not gin Kail Ii'mitt. Company, |Vnurola, men nty Cdurlof cumbla; Count) to

.. We )'riCEUherebygivouth.it Mr. \VAnnElmni. liutlisetmtinueu!.
It cosyate Nis i apiiointcd! Cashier, w-o. reur.igfn! arc pall t.p. A. of this iit-cnlcr< to the Capital IMIUli.dIhat butch ffd by. .. ; )' of Oriole next I .rhall aj ply

, in tem of the hank of 1'ensacols al411 is fuHy 'I be lir,1 uuntUr will be issued dnriug three inMulint-Ms wnpMiiy err of licirby S.. : Urnt:<<.iitof my arrotmu of the tx>
with'lends authorize 111 transact all the duties of that the cu..uing HUiiiincr or e.irly in the (nil.Communication U-u dollars i acid f !MAI' I, each shuts buts Inv calked for the
-
by
:t:' ofllce during the su.urner; in my ab anC(!. IIdurt'>IiI-d to the publisher [ u.oinl ) be finally discharged.
1'lhhjN't1II1\II'.ru.t&lr8: a.tlll.lIt!
JAMES:: CATLIN. must be punt. Jlllhl.! : the liaJll1 for the. ( MAKOAKU A .,,. I A I't'A,
v. Ill IK- lit t-1.1:0 able at the Office of tin
n'camet Chathitr JOHN:' II\I.I\\'JX & t'o. pH) uerni l.. '< ..hods"ccseity Tallahassee, April. fc'Ji, I ISM." : ( 'u pai.y on il.e tae Mt.ndoy of Mil). ST. 4 11 111, 1KI3.-8.-Pm.
t 'Western District of Florida. -. - Juucaud Ji-Iy neit. iiolliiiiK l

..'.,.hirrgFOn Superior Court District' lit Wept luriila, '110.. M. DLOfNT. hecry.Peimncnl ; cliM-tl, "NOTICE .
of 'i Ainrth i i 11 I IK: 3.-L-4t.
kind J1/"f'\'h Trrna.lB3.J. Superior''Court, J'lrn.tJi" light next term of the honorable the ,
win the Bill for Partition and Injunction. (Vi/ify, Aluy 'J'tim, Jt5.Win. *: Tviiiniioh ousel Ihioueh : cO\Jrtor EtttaDlhll1tour.ly to

Philip McR to complain: vn.! 'Thomas. II. CbaM'l.oIIIVIt.'I: ; Corn Ann hi 1 >- : : the city i>f rensatola. on tl.e lint,
pNeaeItxcutoe White A'lninitatornf William J. Wai- comb, Ida Anti S\IllJlJlh\ Cuthbert Hart Ami J'tnmciila kl life (!tffict, INuh'l y (A.) of October next, I hall apply for
cot
, Ian au>l tlnheu-M of II mnah Hluuklrford. hon blocomb, and Caroline Augusta aim rpllls f"luLli.11lI1I: i* now in acondfJ. '?_'d l .. of nir account aa the Exe-

>e act or .ij F.U ordered by the Court that notice be comb heirs at law of rxiiiiiiol l!. Hlm-ohih, tint to aceulmndate'l'ratrUcre' HI u ) : JOACHIM llAtiLLA deceaatd: and

I to the fhtto David J. Shackleford lluhardSh.Vlcford I d\'C'cuJlcd.lcft..*. IN Cll ANCMKV.rilHISday : 1 ml!rsally iw lu-rttoi'ore. 1 he Stage IM1rt: l he finally dmrliariicd.IIENHV pm'l

Edward SlncLleforJ, Leland came tn! Conpl.unaiu ly I I hits: ( (OJ tt'rutt-lh rll fn'in Mobile to I't'nl'uc'oa! anditilexxurd WICHELET, .
. dcarl1 Tri\\ Samuels beiS of llan- JL H noxx kept ul Slits Jlou.e. The
tnd Sampson : counsel, and i it appeating to times 1 : Executor
1 nah 'hack.leflrd, that unless they <'."w" I faction of the Court, by atli Ju\ it filial: that''|II tttTomni'xintioinf; will I aHt-Xt-nmc: UK the J llth, 1835.-5.-Oof...
t-oiufoit tf Traxt-lli-rn ma re .nire.J. .
the knplainants! Dill filed hereiir, on or berr.cYirjTtfSV the defendant in this cauie'rtsidi beyond ) : 0r

rE. ; ,oLpur.Dpcember.. !: Term, I the jurisdiction of thin Court and in the W. L SIMMONS I : -'N01'JC, :. 'Q
will be taken .. 'Therefore ia JIIakrl! )")any. 3d. J? -4 I.-tf. obtainl'dlt'tlttl of admioJatfa 4.
ic edito- the ama p.u. *,uuJU. 'i..L'&l1:!I of Louisiana. ordered -.--- : ; .
ight, ofhitttpelt .1 Copy u) ShCourt that the said Defendantii do ---1\yrleE. J-oun on the Elate of l'ranri.cu lrif; ,

. Attest, J. WITHERS, C/A- appear liftTf mth/tfwe tie hrlll day of ; from the County Court of te.: 'JJ.r
& : all rabin the : <<
,t paper. June nh: 11il1.-1: &-1m. the next term ana'*.Jfet I! I'll'' "< the I I IIEI2EIIVnotify ptronconrert.rdHat iliontwho hate claims aQlntt toe
week after ( pN- \
ix tho date or
hereof, I | : to them
' new, at l' \ -Co liiYC01U--; eumpfitmani orlhe "ame "s? I hall I apply to the Honorable the Jud{e oll.'oimof estate ; I settlement and those iiidtttetl:
ttheGaworld April Term li*3S. < no Charles in contained: deerefl occoraingly.:' A:It1 it payment.MAKIA
DERID that Samuel
Ilaron /terl''s.: (a dlel.ataU'of pig r
!. OEJlT/dUE BOIO.
O ififurthfr: ordered that a of thin order A :
new copy
tly 1'atierson and John E. 1'riugle .. _
JONES: CO 13U dl'C''V)f_ ,_ J
hantablaricewlll. appointed Road: Commissioners' on the he publixhed in the I'eiibueoli Gazette once ini i u -rt'
week for (our. mouth aiiccewnely.Atte BENJAMIN; (:(IUD. Jlr.o"fPtr; _
,) >T,!It side of Escambia Riser, and JOJlf'VhI'ors'th Penwerdall
na Jour Jame-t W. Earnest, and John A, d ('..pv 23d....!IKia.. =.11. ::.Oi.fl week abler date; I WliT '
Tot
l lEO.: F. DALTZELL.: Clh apply
out Fan- Simpson on the East aide "f raid rite*. I IJE Huttcrilxr. tints removed to tin AdmUtralion
*( to the bon. the
rho t C. EVANS. Ju4e.A May 16th 1833.-W.-4n. J. Jlriek More Mtvsr
was .!. : adjoining Jcrti i the County Court F..t'.n1bi. Court
ly addede true Copy. District eft U"Florida.Huprrior ...,n & F....tlr. whereall order forClothincwillbepnncludlly ( the e.,.Ie IKANCIfCO MilDO

female M. CRITPEK Court ''..cJ"M4Cu1c"1 attended to. A U. I IIKKNAKDO I'ARiA8.
the tame May IB. 183.V-H.' -4t. O. A. NOiITIIR01' ,
I 1(03.
20th.
Term
.... May \\pM. *
, o, a late 1e1 Wm. MTlchell by Jiu lieu friend Jesse, C. May3lhh. ,, ll3-I2.--'t.:: : noticed iJ
im to do. and all ft. LKVK1TH: Whole.aJ. an*'"
Ind jbie\i0 Allen ComplL u. Eliza: : Mitchell n Wow To nUu'lwmlt
.
of divul- ALL person AMen A. ,t inny ronccm, lair are ( I5OOT& HIIOEfeTOHE: L'anjt
lionnl *, are reque.tea to make pay. and Abraham MiUted Admr. of Andrew 1 '1' 'IE subscriber fort-warmash Hrw.ni COflIl/y/ / Corner I'fJ'alafox and Koanaua,
ment on or before the flrrt a.,r of >arch Mitchell, deceased, DttU. IN CHANCEKV ( (rom culling wish) or coiaioittiiig u-

eweOur next to II. KLLLY, Esq. who v authorized slier depredation* on his land 'lying on 1833.-/S-it.:

to receited All not.* and BC. I rI'illS day came: the complainant by his the W. Hide of Ihe Little III) OU, roouuen- March -- ..._..
cab l
/ reading count ra will l bo n,, iniu counsel and it appearing to the Mti cine at pie mouth, fronting on the 1:11) (if < mi Ai wny.rpAKKN .

..aMo- the hands of an attorney lot, immedlakcul. |. faction. of the Court that the defendant Eli Penseeula, and running up the airiM'em ; : up and Coraroit-
':is- charge lection. za MitchrlU not an inhabitant of the Territory brseingt.cf'uintheIes'ntl! +elwoIt -* f> Jail a llQllato Many

bole i ill the ARTElA ST( iE, AUllllt, of Florida but resides in the blue of I to the canton-mmi taking the depth back)(1111' '-P-'HE ( L b the name of W Wl&nt, be |is

run thus I of'A. A. M. )ti Therefore it i II eauidcred about forty of ... Silo
yearl
lackson.! III&IIIil'J.li. by from the Bayou of 1 :a to :3- lilt* of a wile amt Court E ,,
othing One Jan. 84.-40-td._ I the Court that the said Defendant. appear on the Eu: .l aide front the canlontnicut final ; feet ten inches hi hint thinly

column, T here on or before the first day of our next down the Maid flagon 10 the land ofllrn- WA l puilirular mark about aara

lute, bujle'ratvern. "Voyember Term and auwer the ronvpinanta ry alwhtlltt 1:..). und running baelrQurl:' ". toNaJhaoiel Harriett of Monrgo-

lOOt wgghtnyXrrtion., 1 THE: Subscriber, having purvhaaw the bill of complaint KM herein me mile. Alsu <>n the Ha) ou Ttxur front (Ala.) and that he run away
of this Establishment. hasW. or the aame will be taken for be confrwed, the land ofHhaklcford the said tfa.ii ago Mid Mulatto aye
liayou
up
ned it again! for the aceoramodation of 1.. &;; the matter and thing therein coot tilled! to where the nans line betwernrapge. 2V, April ".*) Damtit la the 1I of('1. \\ il

Jed I shad,' i'vellcrsantiDotrders.' ; Every eiertion w\! decreed al'eordin.ly.nd it i* furtherTdered and 311 Htrikea theJlW'. Alas on a tract of It LL formerly a resident of Flori-

ch the lour be made to give general satisfaction. an thai a copy of thi* order be pubbed Und adjoining the western boundafie of I, ('0. i in eaaibia Country

bad born the charge moderate. This Establishment e in the Penmcola tlaieile once 3 week the City of IVnotci/U trmtracing a tract of miL ner I h re al. opens on the Day, and is oueof thplcaiamtest i four month aucce .ivelr.A of ana take bun away, or .he
upward thirty acre*-a* the )law alit I hue Ur
deed
.
l Ifuthero -
Fad ia the rou"try.D. G> ktrictly enforced them. "illlaHOrdin. to lawJOHEPII8IEHBA.
again (
j at all;but A. NORTJlROP.. I "tint. OEO. F. BALTZELL.: Clk.18th JOHN 'IUST.p. rrciept ,

wit DOS d'I Jan l1-.. -tI. 1W3.-10.-4m. ;;- 23 1803.-7 -3t. May, I .-I'.J Dar I


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: *RKS1I GARDEN 8EED9.fllHE '';
tL rcturnwl I onpUfa thI8 tcccisid alfreX ) '
belictf to be earned treasure he subscriber has just
and .MHguiino, which we With this hard York Mirror
till the i> > tuhrneofthe New eeds of awry
ru of garden
nNJ.tCc.JL.t (JAZLTTL.JL _. front tliu pen oi Mr. UroolwM.. to'Athens | where he continued is devoted to articles from assortment! tie
thirteen the lifeof of 1815. At the Examination: in May 'rg11118W'ork description. They stole rn ran by
of
from: talc age \spring and distinguished
LY i lam toUtl X the of well known In Connecticuts: and
pens
J. he bccsiuoauusuntidl of the institution of Shakers
: .la sunuus.'lieu 1815 cite trustees that Society
,. UAtc-rrg will bo lS every Ewing was jwsistant\ to Inn father, upon him the degree of A. H., being the first, writer, upon every subject reader, and are warranted. The following is a

jr Evening, ai tf J 3J per annum, in ud- "his farm )&Oy and by Ua had the principalinanagK.nunt wild one other, upon whom this degreewas can prove interest l'oetry-'ales and Essays catalogue of the Seeds. '
I f1. \ payaoic at mist end oC-llx months, ; of it, bull, he found time to, conferred by a college in Ohio. including Original palhelict.-CriticlllnQo White Union, Yellow Onion, Red Onion -

payaole at the expiration of the year, read, a* ah t'oIll find, who haft a thirst for Tile circumstances: which dtiidcd MrSwing's humorous and choice selections fton Early mood Turnip Lett: Early
r of tliu subscriber.Vrruc older he were probably liceEarly'and do. Early Orange du. 'do. hulad
r yvopuou kiiovtlcdgo but, as he grew: choice profession American Sugar do.
( both
'4u.i I'll inserted at the rate of Lad ices tnno to read, than ashen a lIu)'. the e. In IblO he took a boat load oC the best<< new publications and, Intelligent or Swiss Chard: do. Long 'Blood) do. Lung
+ \t fur every fourteen lit&uIIl or Lean,) fire little he h.id learnt, however, but in- IIIIt to Marietta. While there accident led and l'ngJillb-Mclentific Literary Countries Mangel ,"urad do. Long White Scarcity
a t t drat, and fifty cents for every con-: timed hi.n with the desire oa teaming more. him to the court house. ''he Court of ,e-Copious notices of Foreign -' do. Scarlet Carrot, (very tine,) Orangedo.

,\t subsequent iasenion. The lo\eof knowledge was the prevailing' Common Pleas was in session. and he enter. by (;urrespandcntsengaged Journal expressly btrict* Blood do. Early Horn do. Guernsey
this -
and all-absorbing: passion ot bis soul. '1'o the first time In his life. It happened that I and exclusively (or in the Parsnip, Long White do. Early Cluster
+:' 1 'I m the Plymouth .UtlfW-; be a itcliolar, was. then the summit of huhigne an interesting criminal trial wa going :: OF 'l'IW. REVOLUTION. taml,ilion. lleJelt, that he had acquired The attention of the young salt boiler wa Fine Arts that are presented Elaborate do. Early Frame do. Early: do. Prukiy -
of the -
l'ruM every une is acquainted with thu all the information then within his rhctlfdtothe ccenej nor did heumt the and approbation of public Art EngravingsMusic Gherkin do. Superior \\aternitIon, Early
of Gencial him how littlein until there. was cloned. He had and beautiful specimens do Large Muskmelon! Fine
of the taking reach j but this only taught room etc.-l\olicell the acted Drama Applcsccd
:"!. the then coinni.mdmg/ officer olf fact,he knew' ; and uu far from allaving I witnessed a high Intellectual effort ; he hat ; ments-1'ranhlatlonl from Nutmeg Melon, Large Cant elope do. Crecu
1 4pritlsh iI'-t.Ou. forces on Rhode Island; by bill bum mug chant fur ,knuw 10'1' more. liitencd to an edsocatetime late Elnnh B ihcbestuew and other works in-other languages, Citron do. Pomegranate do. tg:: Melon,
fr Barton, Providence.. Heivas ex.bM.7ed Knowledge there he was, he knew } but Morn in)of uncommon ability. Ililhrrto Italian etc.- Dutch Summer Squash, Cush Crook do.
!I
apt. than he could had not known or felt the power of cloImence. French, lierman; bummer do. CrookncckWintet
1 for General Lee, wno was previcaptured /How to reach it, was more be htfinitire of mi.cellancotereading do. Crookneck
variety
and
:i-'; i.'; by the British. tell. 1'uvcrty stared him in the face. Obstruction We may suppose that along ith' an to events, remltr.ublc ..- do..Mammoth uo. White Cteliuw:
:jEoiiy'i\bis exchange he returned tode thickened upon him. The father this admiration of intellect in another there r laung pausing and improvements do. Cocoanut do. Mammoth I'tnipLin,
discoveries
Island, and WAS invited,!to'dine on and late farm anchored lam at home ; was associated const lousnesn of his own individuals, Mechanics, etc Connecticut do. Cheese do. Imperial Sugar -
Art
d the Admiral's ship, with many oth- but his buoyant spirits led him off, on a mental powers and a feeling kindred to in Science, Loaf Lettuce, Early: White Head do,
(iftncersofthe highest grade. General Ihouaund plaint-through any omul castle that which caused the untutored Corrlgo etc.In announcing the of the Ice of Green Head do. Ice COli" do. \S biteCoat

(scott was naturally a haughty, impetus *' and in many delightful visions. i'ulculatioim to exclaim, after gazing, for the" first time' tliirtieiith I'olitme'ot appearance the l'oi1W'OIUilUIHWRJ : : do !Magnum, Uonum Cow do. Cab-
t, F" man, and M a commander was very were made, but U1a)e in vain. upon the picture of Raphael I too ama almost the only duty vvliith'devolves huge Head do. Long \hhateNaples Radish,
k r:,: pular with his officers and soldier, Plans. were formed, but they were soon painter 1" In truth limit must have been toil- its editors, is to tender their Scarlet Short Top do. Purple Short Top
\ with the citizens of Newport, but waillate but uia;. A world was ubroad, but what so for he turned away to pursue his of cordial upon acknowledgements to their old do. Long Salmon do. Lung Scarlet do.
and skilful officer. it was, the eager student hardly kn w. Home occupation with*the fixed purpose most for the continuance of their support( ;Scarlet or Cherry lurnip do. Whne
often the case that the boys as well And jet, the more he knew of it, the more becoming a lawyer. friends the numerous subscriber Full Spanish do. Llack do. Early SugarLoaf
were ont from the town on board ho panted to''act his part in it. Hut the and to proffer names: to have been added to their listdurirrgthepastyear cabbagel Early George do. Early

chip for any offence and con- more ho thought of bio situation, the more Manifold{ Virtues ofthellderTree.-Sir whose their thanks for this' Dutch y York do. Large fork or

for some time by the arbitrary he despaired. Reflection, ut last ripenedintoactual J. E.: Smith has remarked that this tree Is of their confidence and approbation. Harvest do. Early Uattcrsca do. Early
murk .
i -of those in power.-Al.trHal Law suffering. His fcclillg\ became as it were, a whole mugn/ine of physic to To the former they can only reiterate the Uullock's Heart do (\ Late .) Large Her
law of the placo. ,A small lad 'a- intensely interested. The bitter and melancholy rustic praclitinnrrW It is said! that if sheep often conveyed that as the gen do. Drumhead do. Dutch do. Hut

bout thirteen years of age seat placed in conclusion, at last, was, that he that have the rot, can JI'I"I the bark and assurance Mirror has now succeeded! in, preserving Dutch (very tine,) do Green Savoy do.
this situation, previous to General Present's must abandon all hopes forever yuilng shoot of older they will noon cure: ttu'ir good will through the arduous period Yellow do. Green Glazed do. Turnip Rooted -

return, and was on board, with maAy Hut, in the summer of 18U8! he wan awakened themselves. Time wine made from elderberries of its infancy and iU youth, BO in maturity do. Kcdx-Dutch du. Colewort, Large
h at the time the General dined of his families the Purple Cope rrocoh, White do. Early
othors, from this wtuper by a youth U too well known to it will endeavor still to .detlelIbe. ap
a 'herc. lie did not know General Pres- own age, whom his father had lured for u country to need any encomiums; it is theonly plausehich Ii. earlier effurtsreceived.'fothe Cauliflower Half Hardy do.: Late Dutch do.

t ; 4, Colt. few' months, to assist! him in farming-and wine the cottager can procure, and latter they \\ould observe, that no expense Cepurean Kale or Ctiw Cabbage, Scotch
If 5 After dinner tie wine circulated freely,, who had rambled about and wen much of well made, ,41 is a moat excellent and whole shall be spared and no exertions relaxed Kale Early Dutch or Spring. Flat Turnip
b'And a toast and song wero repeatedly call- the world. The narrations of this young collie drink, taken before going to bid. I. to render LI at least as attractive andC'pt.lar Early Garden Stone do. Norfolk! flat do.
1 ned for. In the course of the evening the man, and of many of his adventures, awakened causes gentle perspiration, and is a mild ot its contemporaries.' The Fine Scotch or Aberdeen rio: Rutaligs, do
nanny
Jfrst Lieutenant observed to the Admiral, Ewing and, as money was what opiate. If rich syrup be made will, give confidenceto Long Ilniiovrr do. Sage, Large licit Pep
". 'wh* was a real jolly son of Neptune, "M,,
i ,(4 s.1.t aUahame all their tinging. "Bring with him to the Kanawha Saline, in. western of the\erybe test' of cherry brandy, itt vv ill be an earnest of that w hich is to come, Cress W ater Cress, Large 'I In atC', Small
I him up here," says Prcscott. The boy Virginia, in order there to try his for brandy. The white elder berries, when to our more recent friends, BO that the rtp- do. Vegetable Oyster Scoracnera? White l
cabin.SITbe \
accordingly brought Into the tunes. He obtained the consent of hisfather ripe, make wine much resembling grape already secured toourpurluuiion .Solid Lcleiy: ) Rufce-coloicdStliddo. Stimnier -
\) Admiral called on him to, give them a I and left home early in August, wine. The buds and the )'ou 'g tender utution be maintained and enhanced. Savory, Dwarf Curled Parsley, Curled -
i The little fellow being somewhat intimidated with his knapsack on his back, and but little shoot are admired as u pieklf. The may'1 0 both we beg 'leave to declare, that l'arllle"urlt'd do. New Zealand Spinate -
by gold laced coati, epanlctt, epcudinguioney in his pocket. lie got leaves of reallY tree are often put into in the ORNAMENTAL EMUELLI&HMUNTSof : llanuersdo. Round do. Green Curled -

&('., replied, Ican't ting any mug but ofi board uI'a keel boat, at Marietta, bound the subterranean paths of moles, to drive the MIRKOP, the lest name talent Ludne; broad Leaved flo. White
I yanJtee conga."-The admiral perceiving for Knnuwha. and made his way tothe, those anxious little animals from the garden has been engaged that ninny pan.ters Mustard, Uroxvn do. Lung White Okra,
tint: he was embarrassed, ordered thesiewi new El: Dorado of-his imagination. Duringthe .- If fruit trees. flowering shrubs corn, have received toiiimisMOhK Item us lor the tl.ort Green . Aopartikus, Nastuition,
.: and to give him a glass of wine saying '' three or four months he was absent, or other vegetables, be whipped with the execution of subjects. of national historyand Roijuettc, Ccrn fealind, Curled Chris,
; qonio my little fellow, dont be frinlUened' he worked, us a common hand, at the salt green leaves of the elder branches, it is national scenery and that engravers of! English Sorrel, Leek, fcafiron, feliirtt,
gtveu.oneofyour yankee songs./ .. wells, and was tolerably miccenaful ; but said that insects will not attach thenuehes the first merit have been secured to lender Migi.onette, for feeding Eee: !. Sweet MarjoienJbweTt -
eral Prescott spoke in his usual haughty the greatest satisfaction he had was, that to them. An infusion of these leaves in these works filling !illustrations of our numbers. ; '1 b) I"", Sweet Lavender, Le-
imperious manner, you d-d young rev he conld do something in future. II eretur water Is good to sprinkle! over rose buds, Iluweserteaatifuluiay: have been' mUll balm, Early Golden Sioux Corn,
,.1 I bel, fiee w a ,>nif, w til give you a flaxen. cd home in the winter with about eighty) and other flowers subject to blight and the the preceding works of art w hich has e ornameiited *- Early' Tusnmora do. Early: Sugar do.
i i I ." The Admiral Interfered and assured dollar. the amount of his wages, leaving devastations of caterpillar.-u"don our pages, and however loud Early Wukhington Pens!, Early June do.
the lad that he should be set at liberty companion behind, whose roving disposition fta and frequent hasblcn the applause which Early Charltnu do. Early: liis-nop's Prolific -
J the next day, if he would give them a prompted him 10 rout still more. has greeted their publication, we have no t Peas, White Marrowfat do. Dwarf Prolific
tony! any me he could recalls )The money Ewing: gave to his father to Otl- French : satisfaction in being enabled to state du. Dwarf Clue Inperial: do. EarlyLhma
written by a The crime of' Pvi/oninif.-T\\e Blight
following doggerel, Dwarf Leans Early:: Dun Color
The ,
The for his land.- surrender thing
Msthim in paying that those in preparation eel-pass any
NJ sailor of Newport, was then given, to the of this little and hard earned treasure chemists make the folloving proportion the the kind eter know in the l 'tiledStates. Dwarf Leans' Early: l1u.haEarl}' Frenchor
crime
i J
in order to render less frequent
of the company Early Smutk
great amusement father for the of enabling publishedIn Narringtotdu'1tectia
to his purpose their No literary periodical
1 rTwu en a dark and storm' night him to save his land from forfeiture poisoning, and to put on the guard victims thi'l'O\II\Ir has ever attained such an do. Early: Itob Roy do. Pefugce, or lUUO
br marked out as )
The.wind and wam did roar, it thOll8 who may whichis 1 do. While Kidney do. \oriegatcdUranbery
was no ordinary sacrifice as postponed the like. From' extended circulation as the Mirror, to .
rid Bold Barton then'with twenty men of his of revenge jealousy,or Poole! do. Dutch Case Knife 1 olc
of its congeniality -
for all prospect prosecuting best
a year, 1824 to 1832 ike number of Individuals. of course the proof
the shore ,
f I Went down unto studies, and condemned him. for a while accused of'poking was 273, and it appeared -' to the national taste, and an unequivocal do. Rrr Cranberry Pole Ceuns; White do.

::1 And In a what boat they setoff to stifle the high hopes he than nourished that in meny instances the intended vic- approval of Us system and the principle do. Large Lima do.do. Scarlet Small do.Runner do. Dutch do.I'LtsWERSYPS .

';iI ? To Rhode Inland fair. in his bosom. time had been naved by the had taste communicated of its management.In White Runner orttrd.
To retch a red-coat General Early In thespringof 1808. Mr. Ewingset to-the food 'by,.the poisonous the course of Ibe'oume FOUHSPLENDID : JOHN, e CAMPBELL.lV0to .
III t Who then resided there. out again for the Kanawha salt works. substance. It is therefore recommendedthat QUARTO S'lEEL EJiUELLabUMEYTS March 21

IJ i British fleet, ft guard boat Iron::, The whole of th ,season! until November<< it should be compulsory to color or : ,'designed, paiiutd and1 err. 'tJ"i ...r" arts LUJlber. .
Through held their dany'rou way he spent in more assiduous! labor, and he give a ftlt'Clur0 all poisonous substance! giared, by the bat and moat eminent urtfafe I
i Thry arrived unto their port; ncrecdtHl "'f II-the profits of the season which would not be deteriorated by the ad. mtrewintiy-\rill be published, tu- will be received until thc
+ # Till And they then did not delay. being about wur hundred dollars out of mixture. For the latter purpose aloes have eetlier with numerous \\ OOD ENGRA1NGS : PROPOSALS: for the supply at fort
t which he appropriated sixty, to pay the been suggested, and of.this many English \' illustrative (If curiOll' und inter- Adaius, Newport Harbor, R. I. of the lolcwmg -
4, A tawny son of Atr c'. race balance due on hit f.ther'.land. lie spent as well as French chemists have approved.It tiling 'Ctflf'j incident and antivuitiet, :
4i Them through the ravinet led.And the winter at Athens, thenaflourlehing a- has also been recommended to scent all with .'TY PIECES: of French, SOUTHERN YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
entering then the Overing-howe caderay but Irregular in the course of studied 'poisons with some odOllr-mUI for Spanish, German, haliall'nnd Dritish MUSIC .
They found him in his bed as it left the student to pursue such a instance. K, arranged for the Pianoforte, Harp Viz. let. of sawed limber

[ that to L they bad no means eoureeashe might At, the (iultar, '&c. 'M pieces.-each: 31 feet. long by 12 iu
get months
t Escepi poor CuOVe's< head, end of about three he ,left tblllacademy. If MOT A ROITMD TlHV-A GOOD O(E.: 'flue.ametaste which has presided over dies by 14 inches. .
Who beat the dour down, then ruab'oIln"ADII and returned to Kanawha-after -A demure sort of a Uan'all yesterday our ML'blCALSELECTIONS: will uper.- '40 pieces, each 20 feet long by 12 inches
: there such encouragement the Office on intend those hcreuftcr to appear, and theprnciples .
eeb'd him in hi bed. receiving arraigned at Mayor's suspicion by 12 inches. .
L (rain the prenident life Institution, and we believe, of"* Loftrism. The which guide in this departmentwill 2d of sit wed f vista. -
,;: Stop, let u* put my breeches ODe snch a stiinulous from others, as fixed hisdetermination question was asked where he came fromor be, as they have hitherto been, novelty 64 l'lccc&-each 31 feet long, by 12 inches
4 Tb. Genial thee did pray, s to procure\ the means of obtaining -i "here'as his residence. To this he and excellence, the beauty of the poetry by C inches.
,. Your breeches' Maaaa, I will take,. an education. The two next years! !soberly answered that he was M from Dow n- and the melody of the accompaniment. 04 plcC'es-each 23 feet long by 12 inches

,! for dre*. we cannot stay. he devoted to this objecttand he returned ingville in the stale Maine, and that be by 6 he .inc

Then through rye stubble him they led, from the Kanawha, In November, 1812, was nephew<< to Mr: Jack Downing, of The character of our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE 3l1I-iece.-each 21 feet. long by 12 inches
1 Wh shoe and breech none, withabout eight hundred dollars in money whom" he said" the citizens of Mobile must i ; w too well known to be by 6 inches. .
And placed aim la their boat quite snug, but with his health much injured by severe have heard."-This reply given with all descanted upon here 5 it miflicicnt to ,bO I'iecceach 18 1-2 feet. long by :"S
And from tb* there were gone. hard Inhor. This awn hVsupposed would the gravity the human'fare Could disport, state, that the choicest writers have| prom' usher by ti inches.
be sufficient to enable him to go through effected ht.dhscharge.-M.AJtertiter. Iced their to-o(eratios in the hen e department Ill pieces-each 12 feet. long by 12Juchcs -
BOOSJ the alarm, was eoanded' loud.The the prep.irtory studies, and acquire( a pro ; and that nolwithtiaudiiig! the enormous i by G Inches. ,-
t Yankee they nave tear, fession. His health, however, was BO From the ff. O. True American. expense we have incurred we shall 3d of flanks inches thick and 12 irtieswide.
r And stolen Preecott from his bed, much injured, that he'V111 unable to recommence -, THE PArra MILL.-We yesterday paid, continue to aoprt,priate aU available talent, .- /
1 And him they've earned home,. hl.ltu.lit'll. But he again fell u- visit to the extensive paper factory, estab; and if possible Increase the claims pf the 13,000 superficial feet, or 43,000 feet

The drum were beat Ay-rocket flew, library, in the neighborhood of his lishrd by the Lower Cotton Press Compa Mirror to public support.On forth inch measure I I
The euldier shouldered am home, which was now enlarged ; and. in the suburb Marigny. We were de these grounds we commend our u7Eadspla &J ',
d -3 And jnarch'd around the ground they kue' from the re pone given him and the leisure lighted with the arrangemenftof the whole, coming i olume to the notice and' ,,.pproba" ,"' ; h .. sowg2Vf2tt: &
,law. l'd with,OKMit din alarm. ,spent in reading such authors: Don Quixote 'establishment, which in extant and proper lion of our country pwn._ .,.' ; ?*:** U i-tp eel long -or half 1H 1-2
4Fi mufflod laughs) himself Into such good health and I organization, far exceeded, our excep 'cmdition.-1'be Mirror Is-Mr mJJIni and I Ivery reet, & half 12 feet long; or half 16 .-::
with -aat
oat, .
Bat througa lh' '' fleet,, be weeaile to go SatUl'Cla'aC Iliii ||ass
spirits that in December, i tations. j reet, & half, .14 fcetJong.
the
They held theft devious Gantett way.I\oree back to Athens, where he continued to bea This Mill makes from one to two hun- Ann.. ;;;ffnrto: llt form cpuy on printed tine in 4th,of flowring planks, 1 M inches thick.

And WWre landed1 Bribe him on held, M sway.7he most Indefatigable student until the this spring time dred reams of paper per day, end is about ltper.- urevier M minion, and nonpareil paper type. wd 6 inches' wide., 50,000, feet inches
4 of 1814. Ilia progress, during to he enlarged 10 as tom uraclure asleal is embellished once three moQths, I easure.
r '\ .unto the land they cam*, was very rapid, lie became familiar with more The q Corp with a splendid er-royal, every quarto engra- In equal, -assorted lengths, not kill
there wa none, of the best English authors, and, .as t han 18 feet.
Where reeeue many a' the ty : .. fe .. It riNg and week with :
t obtained i + ap II sold at them every a popular piece
,. ? fed d X014 pate ':the 0.n'raIsld, \J. }.r4amwee .met" h easilp olmiutc Every piece of the above lumber must be
.y I'r1a t3ldFFei wa WrtWern.: mill.: We think/It would -be a arranged far the pianoforteharpguitar and durability
.. m..erbft+tl the om't I latriotic and praiseworthy act (oral) our &e. For each volume a beautiful-) the best quality I! asto strength
I 't,- r nnr the whole song, and %-'be- 'his avorite study, for which he had a nllt- city! papers to provide themselves at Ihis I[y engraved vignette title page (paintedby ;-o f full dimensions, and perfectlyfree and
close, one who wu a prisoner on board al ural inclination, and h.nee Euclid wasth mill. The amount expended yearly by our Weir and engraved; by Duraud,) and a from sap, shakes, crack, splits
the time, observed he thought the deck favorite author. The philosophy which dpended -, city gazettes for paper, b about 18,000do copious index, are furnished. The term from knot that are loose, dceaved, or
would come through with stamping. and upon mevhvn&tital aemonmtratiohe lars, which would be'an"objC'ctto the mil are rouu DOLLARS per aunfim, payable, in more than 3-4 of an inch in diameter. N ct
i and and 'In contains
studied,with care pleasure, "iJJto received that- many
, Oe In fact n'eaeenoreason why the mill fchoul oil cor., ill adrance It forwarded by piece
i I Ic alsostudiec tie wall t.d
.211 I tiered Pre.cottiolned mo.theartlly In It made much proficiency., not supply every pewspapcr establuhmen the earliest malls to subscribers Raiding although they may mm
determined omit thCrwk.
: the Latin but to sound ,
K I e ie raerrim,ftnTbru.unr hi* hand into in the state. out of the city of New-York. CommuniCations -
.be handed the boy a guinea,, aid must be addressed to 5th, of CLEAX flooring planks, 114
, his pocket, Mr. became satisfied fiat The mill U __doing an excellent business pott inches wide-beat
I is In 1814 Ewing Inch thick audi qual-
a guinea the Mitors. ,
dog No received for
\ r saying'bere yoc'oung AU the tnakeafimtda subscriptions
4 his fund would not hold out and he tool paper'It ready purcha
Ity.
I the
,'" I f tor.YoThe boy was set liberty. a school in Galliopoha. Not liking this employment ers. And why not? At the same time a less period than one year.NOTICE., I 13,000 fc*/lnches measure.
_. next mornIng. end of he relin the i citizen gets aa good and cheap than '
This anecdote Is often related by aa at the a quarter, paper; In eqUIP,or assorted lengths,not let
J in New. qnished It,.and returned to Kanhwba, 'the he can elsewhere, he entourages an un )::8 feet .
'. aged gentleman now living living a.... old scene of his labors. to collect a smal iertakihg which add to the prosperity an Is hereby given that the Books for recmMasrtffBasssssa The delivery to commence early in tlie
. I port. t: wudue him and what reputation of the state. of
ruin that to see ? Sumiier, and be completed by the hI
"M .i ravine leading from ,MMildbedone towards ,adding something: Mr. Wright the gentlemen who conduct September 183 ", .
There la a deep
t. .. i i I the. t shore,to the house which wu occupied ,to his funds. He threw off the dress. of the the mill we are iuformed Is an able. BSfflSiTaawtssa: Payment v'u be made if required en
student and again went to work at the Sa artixan, and has prudently managed it each cargo tuly Inspected and received..
by General PrescotUMr. and owned lines. He hired a furnace, and in one month since it has been started. Heoays. that the on the second day of November next ae 10 .AU communications! touching this tub-
{ .. Overing was a lory, the he good ladies and housewives this city, A.')1. and will be left open from time to
i. which General Prei6ed. reel' of incessant toil severest ever undertook ned, wil>ve addressed to ibeSubscnlir.
the house" hi he improved the state of his" finances hottld learn better to mend the cloth time by adjonrnmentuntil the whole J03. G. TOTTEN, Lt. CoL
landed on the Narragansetthor so that he felt confident they would or their families and ave the rags for the I stock be subscribed not exeeedw Jihir Eng'rs. Brevet Col.
lit fife was Warwick. bear him through his studies. At some mill Often has he found clothing of the ty days. Adams, Newport Iwltor, n.l.
J.1- l; near period of his labors at the Kanawha salt beat kind among the tar.bro', to the mill, J.OT.: CLARK, eb. 2. 1833.I .

( ANECDOTE90F TUB EARLY LIFE works, and it was probably this, he labor. which the think augurs most unfavorably R. RAYMOND REID, Coat and \'e
_I TOM WING. ed twenty hours out of the twenty-four relative to the economy pf our whet and\ THOMASDOUGLAS ,
OF anecdotes of the early life Hid"ho was often found daring the four' daughters, Yet the rags the mill |I" able,to Cummhtionert. ', nlfestl DUb of ladingt
I The following of the Senators '(rom hours alloud to tltrp, walking with open >btain 4n the city, do.not makt an immense Bills of
of TOM E"Jfo..one State Congress, will !yes, but still asleep, between the two qua.li'y-the people generally throw them 1P : Ie, JUIUeea JJJanb.-t and ''a-
)'\ Ohio, Inane United Tbeyare from an] uses of boding salt kettles, where a false a way aa worthies trash. This is indeed a ExecutedAT rt01U other kinds or hlulkrr

4 '.... .be Imlrabietrtklctatlielut real with Interest New Eoclu4! tep would probably have destroyed life I JJ -.. deplorable waste*and thould. be reformed. THIS OFFICE ,for sale nt this voice.ts .
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