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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 11, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
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1- +' TI..i1t cUE. -l twh li now opened. Everyman- was portion-of our country.--As-the travellera -a figure-in white was- -sects .on the opposite ,the'fortunate person is'Mr. Joseph mood, J
OU'ty and IIarl' edition of"R.a.'star WH to be fed all were ragged and were to ascends the Ohio htf remarking i bank and faith '
I cannot help the of the faithful\\1' thereby of Trenton, an ihls State, and that the bequest -
... in tearckofa AbrlA'iew''atageP *- be clothed, there was not tone to whom that. '
alternately, ueirly the whole greatly Increawcd. Suspicions, as to the was! made under the fallowing clr
washing was not Indispensable, nor one '.length,the river, ihemarjio, ou one side hl<" .rpor..lllature of the reputed angel, at cum.tances :-Several years ago; the only. ., .
'v ere are many passages l IB this narra- whom his beard did not deprive of all Chg- is hounded by lofty hills and a rolling surface length Induced a company of young rrrnunbelievers child clan English gentleman fell over ....
,written in wool lain, unpretending Ush semblance. AU ttery thing, too, was t while on the other, rittensivo plains ( of course; to examine inequality board from a steamboat la the Delaware, at
*,which we gladly find room to be done at once, it was washing, dressing 'of the rk'hnt alluvial land are seen us of the ghost, and having secreted them tbe foot of Clarinet street wharf Philadelphia {-
f it must content ourselves with that shaving, eating, all ; it far as the eye can romaaand the view Inlands wives they awaited It. arrival. Their expectations and would Inevitably have perUhed \
fkY Wag the falling.,In of, these forloru was all the materials of each jumbled together of varied size and form rise here and were soon realized, by its appearance but for the promptitude ol)lr. Mood who
ilors with the ship which rescued ) while in the midst ot all were interminable there from the bosom of hi watt and the In its customary position, and Instantly plunged into the water, and with ji
It simple and Impressive. questions to be asked and answered winding course of the stream frequently iu.hiog from their lair, Uiey' succeeded in i great difficulty end danger succeeded la
.. i March, 1833.-At four in the morwhen on all sides ; the adventures of th.Vlctoty brings you td places where he idea of being forcing it Into the stream and ,although\ its i restoring the child lo the arms of its ..... '
all were asleep, the look out our own escapes, the politics of on a tier of great lei>R>h changes to efforts to escape were 100rrCnJ, succeeded tied parents. Keprated and literal odes
David Wood, thought discovered England, and the news which was now that of hosting on a Uk of muderate! ex in bringing ilin triumph lo the opposite side of rew ard have since been made to Mr.,
% ,, ix U in the offing and )immediately-, four year old. hut all subsided into peace tent. Mom of the-*islands. are of considerable of the stream when who should this supposed | Wood, which have been as constantly re*{
t Commodore loss, who, by means of at last. The nick,accommodated, the size amt tnluoi \\hile nlh",,,. small iiiliabltant of the upitr world l. but the used by him, on the ground that he had,.
i glass, soon aaw tbat U was In reality a seanea di i>oned of. & all was done, for all and iumgnifkanliic: c* U'1tot1ft l 1ed for ron- Mormon prophet hlm.e C.. done no more than hw doty, and the con- ;
All haxds were immediately out of of ua, which rare and kindness could perform. trios, and ss nrr\ing lo ct.h*> ce the gt no* [Rochester ffttblican. ..lou.lf.Un, thai a worthy action carried '
r tents aha on the beach,discussing her Night at length brought quiet and ral interest of the !crllt'ry.lIeac little islands )- with its own reward. The gentleman, :
.. quality and course) though there serious thoughts!and I trust there was not are frequently ovcrCowed during /Vr, the AVir 1'orA'..1'OMtitflllJ.. however who recently died, could not '
s still some1 4e.tpairersho maintain- one among ua who did not then express great frethcis or fmnii", a"d receive at ( uI. Hurt we learn, ,U, now very much forget the DoLly tilalnureated conduct of J
.it that it was only an Iceberg.No where it wan. due, his gratitude for that interposition their heads probgioua heaps of drifted tim indisposed, and cannot berxpected to live the preserver of bla child's life i and oa o.
time was however lost; the boats which had rained us all from n ber. \\ e lows.tw w ith eNd concern the long." He is eighty years of age linens petting his will, it was found' to contain
.fere launched, and signals made by bur- despair which none could now forget, And alterations 'cultnatioii would soon produce the other day fora rattlticular Mend of the above munificent bequest, tt which .''r.
ting wet powder t when, completing our had brought us from the very borders of a along |11.1..e| dtlighlfuJ banks. his early years, nadir the apprehensionthat Wood has been duly ',apprised. Truly a
barkation, we left our little.. harbor atjix not distant grave, to life and friends and As night Cramer! sinking In darknessthe ho had not long& a 11'11110 In the world. magnificent reward for a .noble action I I- ,
o'clock. Our progres was tedious, civilization. I broader portions! of the' river,, our ."I sent for you," said he, "I sent for you Aew Jersey Dar r.Travellers
wins to alternate calms and light airs Long accustomed, however to a cold i minds !became aticcftsl by strong emotion, now. because at another time we might ...;.... .r
f" Mowing In every direction ; yet we bed on the hard snow or ilia bare rock, few and wandered fu: be)0na<< the prrtent moments merely look In each other's faces, but hue and writers ef oriental fiction : r
.jjadeway towards the vessels, and had could sleep amid the comfort of our new lie tinkling of bell Sold us that no deposition talk. lie then handed o- have diffusedeijr 1
||t remained calm where she Vas, should accommodations) I was snyeccUcnmpeUed the cattle which bore them wttfegenth roving err touts friend revere) important motiu- u to the domestic manners erroneous* of impression Mahome ,. '
i,soon have been alongside.! Unluckily a to leave the bed which had been kindly assigned from valley to valley la search of food scripts, part of them Intended for publics- tans especially touching the freedom al "
ireezojuAttheu sprang up, and she made me and Jab my abode (fn a chair or ictiiing to their distant. IIMHC. The lion after( bill death. lowed to woneu. The ,
s ill ail to hthe southeastward, by whichj for the night, nor did it fare much better hooting of the great owl, or the iniiflled Among those papers there .is a highly interesting from Commodore! Porter following Letters passage throw .
ans the boat that was foremost was with the rest. It w.,Cur time to reconcileus noise of)ire a ln sksitMiledniuothly over journal hleb Col. Dun kept during a new light on this subject. t .
..on left astern, while the other ,two were to this sudden and violent change, to the .streamer matters liiUirenl: to us \ his travels In Europe, after the unfortunate 'lJ
itcenng more to the eastward, with the break through what hid, become habit, and so was fie' sound of "the. boaunau's: horn, affair beta ren him and Gen. Hamil The Tnrklnh woman are no ale. aaxk ;
lope cutting her oft to Inure us once mote lo the usages of our as it came windingtuwe ar.. tuore softly ton. For beauty cf ,'shrewd- lour and curious to learn oar cttatoma .
4 About ten o'clock w e saw another sail! tosue former days from afur. \> hen dnylljht returned, many Bens of remark, and originality of thought.we than the men. I have frequent r tlsi *(rim -
northward, which appeared to be lying songsterImrut forth with echoing notes, are Informed that the journal Is parti-1 them. Whole harms come to my houaa
io-for her boil*;thinki ng,at one time,when A GREAT BPKCTLATION. A gentleman of more and more mellow to the listening ear. cularly pre-eminent. It w ill bo recollected men rarely come with them. About three w
.fche had have to. that she had seen us.Th tt, the bar: in a neighboring county, in easy Here and there the lonely cabin of .asquatter that Colonel l) rr. while In Europe movedIn weeks since,six or seven p( them the sites ,,
Showever, proved not to be the case, as ,she circumstances and pretty good practice, struck! the eye ghiug note uf commencing the highest circles, ass intimate with the and Iathes..h captain of the Imperial 'f:j
I toon bore up under all sail,la oolong time had randerrd himself somewhat remark cixllUMiion. The crowing of the leading politicians of England<< and France Guard came 10 ice me ( brought with them' l
*, it was apparent that she was fast leaving ble by his attempts In the way of matrimo KI ream by u deer, foretold bow soon the and associated with them in private and In two bo)s, one I of the age of eeveathe otb
rns; aiiJitwas thethe l\o 4alxloumo.nent speculation. A maiden rather adtan. t hills would lco\pnd. withaiiow.Many public. Part of this Journal In the form er nine years, w ho were, soon' to be clrcumclMd .. ,
,4 that we had experienced,10 dad that we ced in years, residing some miles di um 1 sluggish flat boats we overtook & of familiar letters, written lo the lute )fr.. and invited me end. my family ,
*were near to no less than two ships either in the neighborhood, hearing of the law. panixd'nouie laden with produce from the Alxton, of w horn a story. was rcetttiy published lowliness the ceremony: 1 premised to ,
.r ', of which would have put an end to all our yer's speculating, propensity, that his char different head vvaU'rs of the mall rivers which, in Col Dur,'. opinion, I.) attend. They remained son,e hours, insisted 1"
r fears and all our toils, and that ,ye.should ICier wa unexceptionable, and his situation that pour their tribut.iry streams into the ridiculous and improbable. Tlie on my show'Ing them every thing In I'
'. probably reach neubej. in life tolerably goud-resohrd upon Ohio; others, of lees dimensions, crowded beauty and feeling which are scattered the house, looked into my dtawm riajnl*
It was necessary however t o keep up making: him her husband bite hit upon with emigrants from dista'it parts, in tbrough these letters aic elghtemd I (rum ned my coats shirts and t rivets and int 1st*
'. ._.' the courage of the men, by assuring them the following npl.'dient811e pretended search of a new home. Iurrr p mures 1 the circumstance of their being written to ed on my putting on my unirol m. .I gave
,- from time to time that we were coming up suddenly to be taken tery ill, and sent forth outer fell nor have >on reader; I \ ten, Uh. his beloved daughter. ,t themawcaiDieats fruit and c<,flee. They
," with her; when, most fortunately, it fell .. man of the law to draw her will. lie less, indeed, you havcMl ihetlike, and in There are also, we learn, a large numberof were delighted, and said they had never
y calm, and We really gained so fast, that at attended for Uut purpose. lyherwi) !!aile such highly Important letters from European been so happy, and would come agalu. hut, -1
eleven o'clock we saw her heave to with devised 810.0X( )in bank stock, lobe divided The margins of the shores And of the civet corrcepondentsofhighrank, throw,light! that I must come and see hem. sad cine X. '"
'fh l all sails aback and lower down a boat, among her three cousins i -*>rae thousands were at this seamn an piy supplied on his mysterious. expedition to Mexko, with them ; and 'we par ted on both' aides'
k .' which rowod Immediately towards our in bonds and notes, to a niece-and a with game. A mild turkey, a grouse, or a which Mr.Jrarreonturncd so '&' well pleased with' each ether bane of i
.' tU'n vast landed estate to'a favorite nephew. blue winged" teal,. could be piucurcd: in a paint him, us treason a United them were very teautllni, particularly. the
Addo : 8h'ew" along side, when the mate The will being finished, she gave the lawyer few moments; and we fared Will: for when* Mates. It a that William l'IU"then youngest, about seventeen" years old. It .
f in command addressed-, by presuming a very liberal fee, end enjoined seers ever we taxied sin k np a fire the DritUh Premier, wIU'OUMlrnt41n.. Is not usual for -them to ,take,off their
::0, :t t' that we had met with some misfortune and cy upon him for pretended purposes-thus and proved as we were with tt s fecesa. project, and specially countenanced the attempt 'ysekihacks"* but profiting by' my character t
ell ship This being answered In the precluding him from an enquiry into her ry tttenai: .' procured good fry .i of Col. Uurr. England w as then at 6f doctor, (for J \practice rhrsta la
lost our
do.the', kuoW' Ui."anh. real einulIIlII.uce.-Need: J mention the Several of thete happy days phased,' and I' war with Spain, and the Ilritisb Cabinet my neighborhood.) wheo they aaied me to
of lufirm his esub, : xpreidseu(,.5. ,dt.l i to be remit In a fortnight the lady thought we nested our hornet when one evening, was very desirous of crippling their power feel their pvlses. ,' I desired them to take off
board. I was answered thatMt proper to be again restored to health. 1'be not br from Pigeon Creek, (a small stream in the South American tiosscwiloii their veils, that -I highs examine their
taken"the on Isabella, of Hull once eommsri- '.\norcalled to congratulate her on her which runs Into the Ohio, from the&ateof I Of that period of his life, during whichbewasa features, and three-of them" certainly were. .
j was' Capu Ro*," on which stated that restoration-begged-permiSaron In t tell her, Indians) ''loud and strange noise was formidable competitor wb(( 'ir.' very handsome. -
deal by the indeutieal man la which was politely. given. After a short heard, so like lneyellf Indian warfare, Jefferson for the Presidency, there is no The time cairie round Jn a few'days for k
I was the crew of the Victory.That courtship the desired off'* r was made. The that we pulled at our ears, arid made for letter document remaining. That poeLion the circumcision, amionnotkaoflt being
fort my people who commanded this booty WM bargain was concluded, and ratified by the the opposite side u foot as possible .The of Col.Durr's eventful lift rests,. therefore tIren me ty a 'soldier, I repaired to the .,
{ul.C the l11ueb mate astonished at this information as priest. The law)' '. hole estate by his moods increased, we Imagined 'we! heard on his own personal character for house, with all my family, txeept one servant
as appeared to be, Ido nut doubt; while wife, ceusuts of an annuity of sixty.five the cries of Murder ;'* and as we knew truth and accuracy. In that. respect tie who remained In chaigs of(he house
I. with the usual blunderbeadednesi.ofmeti' ont doltars. that some depredations had lately been stands oa precisely' Iks sama footing as )fro .We found three .boy decked cut la all 1I
occasion, he assured me that I had Wtitern paper. committed In the country by dissatisfied Jcffrrson.!: sorts of finery preparatory to the:occasion. ,
such for two years.rwUf" : cAWin- v parties aborigine we felt for a wblle" extremely The letters ana memoirs of JtliilrlOn A Hi*} -'of throne, hlfhlv dated' .. uaA
2iu.Icbu been dead however,' that what ought to SAILING DOWN TilE OHIO.f uncomfortable., Ere long, howe made a great sensation in the world when. large rnongh for tnKVef" ., ,*j s: WM:
him
) cod been, true, according to 'his estimate, f .rJ)() ()1f 1 ver; our minds became more calmed, and they appeared-those of Burr are raJcuUt*. in one of the rooms .w here hey Were pelted .
. = have somewhat premature conclusion j as The natural features of North Americaare I we plainly discovered that the singular up- ted fmtn Ihslr revelations, touching important after the fcreroonyy_was peitornd. s I
was bear-like a form of the whole net of n.i not less remarkable than tbe moral' nr was produced by a multitude-of reft- periods of history' to be even inure interesting There was ,a' great. ;twseetirse. of male)
i the haveshownhini, had be taken time character of the Inhabitants, and I cannot i glens persons who had wandered thus far friend In tbe house, tnd JU ;n*"' on the
12 in might tbat we" were certl nJ)'n04 whaling find a better subject than one of those magnificent from the common way for the pnrrpnse' of The papers and documents already put upPC'.Uuldu".ltreel ;("fcjcb was so :,. I<
"t to consider, and that we carried tolerable rivers that roll the collected waters holding one of their annual camp meetings. by Colonel Dorr Into the hands of-bis early| near that one could reach acres*AMD lhe"'. *
12 in- gentlemen evidence of, our being "true men and of her extensive. territories to the ocean. under the shade of of a beach forest. WIthout friend fur publication after bis ,death, projecting indows)"'ldU.S..Uh km.)ct' > 't
on our hicks, and in"our .' meeting with any other Interruption, would (several volumes of modern typo- while Ibe street, bejowlfarj ardwdsd'wlil. feJ
12 in '.' no impostors and unshaven countenances.. A When my wife, my eldest eon (then an we reached Henderson, distant from 8blppingport Pll'hr. young girls offense taD to tblrtceo years of .*
<<' starved followed of tourttt, infant,) and myself;, were returning from by water about two hundred ---- age, all well dressed" who .where basal. '
by r hearty tDolfitulaUon and, after a few Pennsylvania to Kentucky we found it e.Vpedient. I'kostheBL.Imen' CLmmercinllhll. engaged la baying .p 'the! cdnlertknarr 'i
{i t: in the true seaman he added that the .ubei. the waters.being unusually low mUeVbt"p" 1 think of these times, & call bark 1 tin. 'VPttrifed and sweatmeau of two or three tenders it
I 1211.o4 '.. natural i inquiries.ndedby, Cap*. Hihnphreys, 10 provide ourselves with a .klJr.j to enable to my n4nd the grandenaft beauty of those BII6'alo-"Tb14 extraordinary these 'dielell..bo..had taken 'their' stapd inr
jawa*Immediately Mnm went off-la J his boat us to proceed to our abode Henderson.I almost uninhabited shores; when I picture curiosity discovered about two years near the .,. prtr
' 1t.f when bis Information oq board, purchased a large, commodious vessel of to myself the dense and lofty summits of since by some trappers belonging to t.sputa Perhaps more pulllog; and hauling) settmere ?tet
; to communicate bad been long givMittp that denoD naUoo. \\t procured mattress the 'ore.t, that tery where spread along Denfa Company lying on the, side of h-U( w as oevar befta ::witaeaved a-' >
feet :.'lo/tTnot repeating that hem we alone,:but .by all EngAs'we" and our friends furnished us with reaJy the hills 4 overhung tbemargiasef river one of the beaver dams of the Bio Grande' moD, aa equal irembnrjof' Crla.:ibao wae V
by prepared viands We had two stout negro unmolested by the axe of the settler; when of the North/a stream emptyirg Itself Into witnessed oil this -enAI-.J Every now ,
I.nd. and In this trim we left the tillage the Uie Coif Californiawhose. It end then the; hoarse vpiceof Jm
_C'o; \ approached slowly after him to rowers, I know how dearly purchased safe nay |he: rand ni
\I 1 Izet<< & I he jumped this side,"attd tit ghlppingport. In expectation of reaching vlgation of that river has bees by the bloodof lssaldpoMfsthe petrifying qualities tor! might be tuard- -amonf .ihelr plnUg aid 5ahriQ
the ship,the rigging wa up manned; while we the plce of our destination in a very fewdan. rnaay .worthy,Virginians; wfeea. 1 'see ancmiMrtir degree, Us. shores aboundingIn J pipes fbr'aMersi'attenj" r were
11.n moment specimens various animal and vegsta- road fonfbaiopito'seize .
I that no loafer any aborigines to be tio t'Mm
with three Cheers a we camwithiaacable'f dryedurintib.
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, i.were saluted and were not dumb It wasln the month of,.October. The i found there, and that the vast herds of elks. toe productions In a pesriled.hats. The]*** ; 'Imriei' of wfTlrh ,
length, autumnal tints already decorated the i which rifted UuffklrtU l described bythoeewhohiveseenItabe they .fltlfbe ri
tbick. old vessel wherwe deer and buffaloes." once pastured ptopri.tots. < be ;,p
:s incllu .In getting on hoard my CapC Houipbrers eshores o/lost qaeen of rivers, the Ohio-, 'on these bills... ,ls\fhe V e rellleatnakiss' as perfect In Its petrifaction a. rfcllftf*scolding, ./tJ>>tiJ. mothers Vrr"
were all received by welcome. Every tree war bang with boa.end flowing tot ibroael'es great toads,to tieMveraJ when living, with the execption of a bole, the windows above, were drowned b ,
less 'with a hearty seaman's not been supported by festoons of different species of vine*, many tall springs, bare .ceased so rU,| when I .la one uf the sides, about four (Inches diameter voices frosnbelow, sad bad no eflfect>f"? .
lot Though we bad 'should not loaded with clustered fnuu of v' ncd. brilliancy ) rrflect that all tit I. grand portion W our U* ,around which the h.lr has been worn ever in restraining< this predatory /jrM\\
be our names and claimed characters from, we charity the at- their rich bronzed carmine ming- nkm, ,Lutrad of betnfr Irt a state i\t\ astute, probably by the friction pf tbe water in lion, aa king" a satsr-ptonb w'f oe
moat du- the leas have never was, seen Unc beautifully with tbe yellow foliage U tow more or lee severed with villages, which U must have Jala! for :ages Mat seen. A few b-fulls of
md i more we. laukkiue set wretches which now predominated over the .yet frams & towns where?:the din of banners to have 'rodaeedsutbapbaDointttn.77ae were tbowpred! down & Mpaaw: IaJt
'erfeetlytits and miserable loot-; green lessee reflecting more lively Jnte and chrpery constantly h4)ardbal hair on the hump and abouUert, neck not wladowa. 1aer. sal *">** .
while, that we were but a-repulsive doubt-If from the cjear' strewn<< than ever landscape woods are fist disappears under the Me forehead aad tail; though) concreted Into t sterib! drop e i''nr 4
eJ or of as could to I 01 h
.
l bats people pone far aU painter! poqrtayed or port imagined. by day and th* fire frynifbt; tbtt.non- i atme a smooth surface may be easily ; .. ..
let. AeI be poor, wretchedly peor, aa u our, The day a were yet warm. Thesunhad idreds of ateam boats are godlog\I anj fro, dMcerned. .Th.. herns, eyes, nostrils, OarhostM ne i ',. rand
many and present property was concerned could was well to i assumed toe rkb sad glowing' hoe which '...rJhe .hoJeJucth. of the msje itie rivetforting' month and legs srsu perfect in their sloas .. .... a soap driDt N4 ..... ".
nail have a claim on charity BO one In their prWloe state.Tbe Oreek lteasV wbilq
1 1frIa1ateD at that season Pt04.&he singular phe* commerce. to lake root and 14 10.W
.& ieserre away hebooteapsd ehsittaable to noroenoneaUed there the4Indian summer" ppsper et every 'poIJ..bei I the pry country Ia which ,lib Sits $ultan'.buaeb .pW belojighig 1. th ,
t with
ill 11. no Inhabited ; JIIDt.:
The moon bad rather pa std the meridian pie. populstinflordp.eoma tasseled Oienwaf found. Fong'. rwindows i i
cat quadt r that wanders la the Ireland could have of 01 her IftndeR" We glided: down the rii lUKW VCVUUCIIU1I VI WV,forest 4 tr_vw--' tarot a roving tribe of.."..... who subsist &both side of: a 'attHI, lad were Use' opda 011
,,ae us In exciting I" "tepugnaaca what i vet, meeting no other' ripple of the water, planting civilization isle its dark i elwbertlrememberthattbesecur' great portion of their lives, .on ..... sow y. ablagtnwltmes.tbeeetrmen womra
M who have Dot I knew DOl p.verybe. when than that formed by the .propulsion ot our j ardlaaryiChaages sects snakes, toads, roots, At. 'This .M'f ..bel., I '
lees tbansy Voeb..e..D4'e of wild beast ra- boat Lei nrelr w..moved along, gazing. which have all taken p eta, the tribe bring particularly boatile to the Path .t tW.r.ado when pt we .
rty, dressed the rise vUxattoB.eed atar5ed all day on the grandeur and beauty of the' short period of twenty years, I pat war whites tee4ers Ilia atquUiUon of tb'." fir! .a".lv,>aetouka.lototh.room
in tie}& of the tatters of around us. I tuefad nosily an undertaking not a little wy
at lid scenery drt, and although I kavw all tot r. found three or four
Ie ht ,Ifuindl ''ooks the very bones our with gauntaod those of grim the -Now and then large rat Ash rose (o the I fan ecarcely believe its reality. fdedigelfloutkt.The doua. Notwithstanding this, and many'U"j'1 1erdlfteultks tte'etmreb (an JjnaumL person*. asf
eTmtrasted sod
: when Qrnovnied '
sarfereof the water ill pursuit of a shed of to If asj el.N taoY.. There
e'n reUdressed and well fed men, around ns, fry which BMtingeimvltaaeoosly. from the Msgaa ht. and distance. expense. fue our rnterprWeKlzeay !/} R1frtb went no prayers
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eet11, u. aU feel, wed *... liquid element like so many ailvery arrows .dvoftte ;rode the ylonnoaProphet. Captain Cnarle* Heat cony,, in aa lass ot.-'and tU%psaea on ;: .
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tbis subecriltr. u, what we reaDy were, ie wthout prodacad shower at light, while the pursuer rigpeople .. OUo,.|I ''d; plates preceriaf end bringing it to lW' u, ....*..of'l'the street, andAia girl u/ow/ ...f
reeemedto othera. be Poverty otrasted with 'I with' open jaws'seUed the stragglers, in m n to tbe rd Ibe ffites with him, pn hU return frwyrianta ny three aboot .... aaentAmral
t. Col. M'mrk unleash .... kaowa Uetrveia 'aitd with 'a spiath of hU tail, disappearedfrom CWd a Jhb ee, obi sought to glvrja-MWo- FeVYduriaff the ensumg suta j. We kTbe boy KM 'AMA d I
ct Cul.'U. \end what we Drip we bad Corpuea ', ou view Other dabesww beard Ml.teriag nil aoleomlty to the baptismal rifu by, affirming brsrtlly wish him success i lf> ,', days, | beneath bark nunbllng ooiea, k tmdwUklcg.A ,
tilTwe remiadedf our a that on each ocsasion .< aageli and operated oa racetokwi. J
think of, ,wee gee aa the strange sogads of which we discovered! i.I.would appear oa tbe'jppposiie aids of die Oa Waving the rouia, I found tbem all
d 1'e what we truly aeeoaedj to proceed (row the white perch for on stream, and there remain till the eoyctiMoaof KM* Ael ffevW .UWe a 'abort 1 seated oa tb..broat. each sucking aa
> be. sook'pf.o. aU fastlAf our pet from the bow, we caught tbe ceremony. The rita was adiaiaMto- tine since published thy** that a (ua .. i and laughing ..ilb. another orw"e.
lading'1111e 0 aa U .
of But the ludicrous sutburow4 IOOQ 'uwb several of thai spedea,..... the noise. ceaa4 red la the eveolof oa Graad Butt';. sear by the es ebf Won feeli pID eon for seats time. PaineevQIe, aot by the Prophet tavpTs o, Inherited lbase.O /eat ..
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end va. aUserionshtbonglt"wa- J mptheaewbooyaneyofont her varied powide eterUax >qaeaih I tfnddee'
In arrangements
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k _" 0 iron rail road will be tna3e. the ei !mtioti to a salisCsetonran friendly issue Mr., -fetfc,.Tin ntmnytfWaMgto; *. 11 Wbat extent of territory waa Winded I

.tw7J Y of which I. entrusted to Alessert. Vlg Livingsto ULoxM repair Washington 6U. Tn Uatiat/ r rer. Ilail Colombia. ,!the colony orprovince of Louisiana when
Dolle. & CubltL 'The Government and doubt in first held by France la the time of Louis
gives no some
I DREAM QF AU .YULXaa FREE. government way
nibs .
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.. J\t XV when France lost her American
North.
towards this ofthe
av UN*. BUUNS.. large sum undertaking, in order put the people possession impress: .
i I dream of all things fos I IOf I. .that the rail road may be laid down as ion made by his statements." parcbv6ta. colonies ( when Jpain acquired it {and

a gallant, gallant bsrgos, nearly ai possible In a straight line without Tin Naiy. Star spangled Banner. when retroceded to France bo the treaty of

re,;J That swivp*thw'th.,stun and te* regard to the towns lying between, "which The Providence Rail Road now In the 9th. /Vamy, u stasis. way topay old d.bu- 1800 The same extent undoubtedly became -
'Lik*an arrow to it* tank I of course, will not fail to obtain by means full tide of successful operation and has absorbed JPubliah ai r ri.. N the possession of the United Htatss '
vi of branch rail-roads a farce by the treaty of 18001 I The same extent
r Of a tag that o'er the bins e participation In the all the travel between Uosum .and *
1 Qges bounding in hi. glee t Immense advantages so speedy an Inter. the city of New York.' Whilst we congratulate Oth. TAB army, Gen. Macomb's Grand undoubtedly became the possession of the
pJis y 'Of w rum-lint daubing rill*-. course wjtb the capital( tbe public on the near accomplishment March. United States by the treaty of 1803 > and

Of all tamgs glwi and free. 11 is calculated that by meant oftbe steam of this great work-and Jt embraces 11th. Orrceua1ry0nditsjrksd.. Anldlangyns perhaps epuld not hare been alientcd to
navigation the math sod passengers will much that t. splcadid and magnificenl a foreign power, even by Congress, nor
::1 dream of mn 'proud lrirdr be conveyed thirty-six hours, by way of -we cannot turn our eyes from the fact without a Convention of th e States.

1 A bright eyed king tIA Liverpool and Dublin, from London to Va- that it I bu suddenly cast upwards,, of two 12th Our /rlfftl 'snrf Atlr eouafry. .llere'" This extent Is easily ascertained from a
a t, n my vision* I have heardTh leutia, from jvhich place the packets without hundred men aDd four hundred horses! out ahealthtothe.. an inspection of the maps of Luvodicmia I

rv-lling of hit wtng,; being exposed to the dangers of the of employment. Up to Wednesday last 13 or Louisiana, published as early as the
Our Pair Com baste to
roImm'l& *
I follow! *JH| wild ri,er, channel, may immediately be put to sea the different stage coaches between Provrdenceand commencement of the 181h'century
j On whose breast no sJ may ben and thus reach" Canada the West-Indies, Boston, together with their dependants the wedding.: which the province i delineated ascompri-
n u Dark wmul' around it shiver- theJlcditerrmeaiu &c. in a far shorter employed the number of men VOLUNTEERS.By tint the whole seaboard coast from the

I dream,of all things frnel; t i tmitf than they can now calcylate with certainty and horses .have stated-won Thursday L. C.- lionEL, Eq.Daniti bay of Mobile to Rio del Norte, on the

ant Of a happy forest child, : on" doing. not one of,them bad any thing to do. We JVebrt.-Muaathulldt. favorite son south | from the mouth of said river to the

rat I With the lwM'anJloW/ !!',* at play jOfaa Mtctaabx The learn that the stages assembled at the wharf -this (KarleM orator, the incorruptible ctate-' mouth of the Rio Salado, de Apaches, (ROW
Oaro AID Detroit Dem. of the St. Pauls ) thence that river
Indian mljrtlh$ witJ, steamboats I'ruid"nt' on Thursday I along to its
pig, .With tu lawn* and donor", at play; Free Press of the 8th inst., states that on -the President steamer armed soon man: source, extending onward by a curve to
ltg"I Nick eke start to guide Air way the previous day, Mr. Noreen, of Wayne after with one hundred and twenty a By Capt. CHAK the 38th'degree of' north latitude on the
Of a chief bw warriors leading, county, from the committee consider e gen for Boston-not one took the stage Marti Vn B.-The People'candidate western boundary.-thence through the
kJfl Of aa archer' greenwood tree-' the conduct \pf Ohio, and to draft a declaration t'Oaeh-aJ1 went by steam I Prior to* the his nomination the Presidency will be confir. now States of Missouri.' Illinois, Indiana,

d't ? My heart In chain U bleeding, of the rights and vis wa 'of the people completion the Rail Uoad it would hnerequtrtd mod"by a triumphant majonty in toe electors Ohio Kentucky,,and Yirginia.,.with Pennsylvania
dh "' And I dream of aH things (reel of.Michigan! on the subject of the boundary fourteen stages to carry these passengers collpjrrs. a on Ibo east

5". line between the two parties, submitted to Boat.*-now nobody offeied { By CaptJOHN CIMMCLL. .. A reprint of those.maps Is.to be teen I
( From the New York Transcript.Bric to the convention an appeal to' the people and.body of honest stapemen and their in Darby's Louisiana, published at New-
use \. of Pr wau.-An action .fur ofthe United Slates, which was uj ani- horses were left to deplore the progress: oi tt'm.TheJf qJ our Hail Road Company York in 1817-even two years before tbe
breach of promise, under somewhat novel oY'1.dopt! ._ It is published In the internal i improvement-Oott. Jaz. C7io,_The prosperity of Pen a.coJa treaty of 'IU by the Monroe administaation.

circumstances U appointed for trial on the Free Press, and is, in the main, a calm and wiU !be a luting monument .of his fame. There cannot therefore be the least shadow
I first day of term at the ensuing sitting of conciliatory document. The appeal wasaecompaincd The Now York Courier and Enquirerglvvs By Col J. MOBTON of doubt that the whole extent of country

f the Circuit Cojirt, before Judge 4EdwarJs. by a resolution declaring thatif a summary of the latest intelligence 7%, tutaljlrt, iff liberty-Bright !It ra delineated was ceded by France to the
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The plaintiff U a merchant of this. city, of Ohio would abstain from the exercise from Spain faun which it appears that although : may United Sates by the treaty of 1803.
1t highly respectable standing and connex of any other act of jurisdiction within the the Queens Goieinment has to hum on our altar until the.tAra shall fade &; the "

lone-wealthy, and in extensive br 1neu. original limits Michigan, she would in contend with the Carhsts on the one sideand sun himwlfgrow dim with kpo.SentbyCsptJ. And as to the accuracy of the maps

a t) The defendant I.l a nprried lady, 'residing the opinion of the convention, .be allowed the ultra liberal party on the other, WHITe:, U. 8. Navy there publications can be of little the question 18th i for all the

OUIJ( in the neighborhood of Hudson, of great without impediment or obstruction'from and although its,reeuniaryembarrassments" The City PtfIoCP1.-"f.y the d'1'lta. century concur in
the Rio del) Notte
considering the boundary
any source, to retrace and mark the boun increase rather than diminish riemiliclecs as -
khls id! altraetionsyoung, and .ccompllshed. -
persona gay that now shed its beneficent rays', upon her d<**- of Louisiana ; and the that
tt'ck The aHeged.causo of action diary iliac which she had commenced.This .- the Cartful' cause has no bringbter prospect maps
tiniei; be soon succeeded the full radiance I "ero published Britain, Germany
arises. We are Informed,: from a wanton resolution also unanimously passed. of HUCCMM ihun heretofore. The Cruel de- by' ,
[41bany'tf. v&statlonof: Naa.re and the of the risen day."' France and Spain, agree in their delineations
tteraJ and cruel breach of faith on the part or the Basque of this south
west In
---- Provinces py the hostile armies producing Dy Dr.. SPOTSWOOD U. S. Navy. boundary. the
lady the particulars which> are briefly asollows. : Philadelphia library there Is a week
numbered
MORE
Af 8TIKES. a supensionof agric Jture, threatens Gmn It ha
f. ( TTitJlag iff our of the Dy the following notice, which we copy to .deprhe 'the Carlistsof: the means of being copy of Joutel's relation
In the early pari
present year been stained with blood in a righteous of La tlaIle'. last
from Philadeldhia cause, may; 103 age when he
a it be
has been
then paper, will seen subsistence Zuinalacarragury d
(iJf.I the plaintiff the suit who was con-
.I with, that the females of that city have embraced compHeiy fuliedin his attempt to penetrate It onn'in any cause, be stained !With shame. arrived to colonize Louisiana, in which it
nned as o partner a large com mer- '
.Il l 7hrhit enl firm at New Orleans, came to this city the 'present? favorable opportunity to endeavor into jUastjje: and ii ..h.utIP in the Basque By Gco. F. BiLTtELL Esq. is clearly stated that that diccemer built a
to purchase good and attend 19 other l uel to obtain aq advance in the price I Pro,Utu-., Meanwhile the Ministry('and Political Honesty,-The MM freedom &: fort at tbe bay ofEepirttu Santo or 8t.
of their labor. We trust that their their have Joseph, on the spot now called Matagorda.
exam great confidence the
fmnsaetioni end in the course of his", party in a-
teas the theme of .
pursuit an cnujlly met the lady who now pie will be followed Immediately by those t bility of Valdez, who has recently teen appointed damsgogne in 1683, Messrs. La Salle, llennepin
with hat !hjsbind, isdestinpd to figure as of this city, and that they will be aidedin, commander in chief of the army f By VfittDt BORCHIN. and Tonty discovered Louisiana and the I
the defen,lejrt in the Jaw proceeding! referred their itadeavors by tbe Trades' Unjon t the North,In the plate of Mina., Internal imjtrortntnti every where in genera course: of ihe'Mississippi! -La Salle explo
{ITt ring the river far tale mouth 8j
Marino or TUB WOMEN.-Tk* Tailor as as and Father
&0. They met,,at the liou-jof a mutuafriend : Somewhere in-particular On our troy thro life,
at which both were Invited -: sees} Uramttrettet, 'Hinder kbldas,' J'tir'w ripe, a..,parthen unmarried,, and the iu Stock-Milken, Of the City sad Liberties of paragraph; relating) to I hi.distinguished individual may we never rai'/at the road or be tumtd eel thony's Falls. Hennepin'' published his

tro-luclion led, afersdveraliubaequent: Interview Philadelphia, are requested to meet at the in the Philadelphia U. aGayette. of.the track, nor even be inclined to complain account and called tbe country Louisiana j

tb *, In reciprocal declarations 'of thetnait Commissioners' Hall in Second street, aoove }'or two or thr('("' s, Judge MARSHALL (plant) at going down hill. in compliment to the French monarch.La .

ale s.,$lemn 4iii fervent attachutenc Christian\ street Southward, on Saturday was ennsidered much better ; but we .By the Printer.. Salle"returned in February, 1585,
1'' afternoon next, at 3 o'clock to take learned with that he with a small squadron, under the sanction
Vo.vs of *n ,JnjpoTso tende rend arifcotlmatehvl pain yesterday,' was flail Ron ,.-"God made the country, and
not beon long exchanged, tie into consideration the propriety of demanding not quite so well as'on the previous day." of France to establish a colony] and landedatlhemouthotthe'
made the
man town
-Speedy perdition to the Gaudalouoe
advance
on the An river on
Y for' vir hero made proposal: of marriage present wages.
tr which were readily accepted on condition I address will be delhcred on the occasion. y73 iS37fd0114.SATURDAY : : tt. potty interests of the merchant, when they the bay of St. Joseph,where be b iftIh

ou'j' v-9vorih.it hit should learn the COADWAINCIU' Sraiirc AT PATEKSOW. stand in the way of the great Interests of the planter fort above mentioned, and took possession
The Patterson Courier JULY II 1835. of the country in the name"altbe King of
journeymen ,
a 10 Ht: t n \ tic his residence In this part ol tars-liThe :
the CM;''teat-she not fining diipomid. to cordwainers of this town, are on a Th 4th of hero with France, with the formalities usually prac
Jfa n' toe Vicing & healthy climate of the turn out for an incrttige of prices for their July WM Th statement made, in our lest, that Com tised on such occasions by European nations
'IQ work. We know nut what the mattes iu monitrUioiu of regard tor the day and'attach. Dallas bad been in their American discoveries and
nort'i! for the lags l &, m' ra ses of N. Or- appointed to the command ofths
tI leh"VllUillf at any risk to oblige the ,ii fare nee is precisely, a* our information I ment to the prineiplrrwith which it U associated, i West India; Squadron-turns out to be conquests. Out in 1687 LaSalle was

I ) filr o''i-,ct of his fond -f?irds; '& auxioato i.wholly tjrjmrtc. l'he journeymen say altogether w.aiuin Pcniaeola. In the mumlog lIe has- erro murdered by two of his own men on the
'. deity as little .* po aiW.Uie eoiuu'ntiutioiof.'i they bate required but a small advance 01 neut. ,not been appointed though.Iike. now Colorado r her-where also be mutt .ri
fI s earthly bit.... ,be- completed his about 10 per cent, which is lens by far according to previou arrangement a procession 'ly that he will be. In the mean time the command have obtained possession by discovery.

) "'trrtnge; nine har*.'bldhm 10.e.i.uneJfo than is:ptid elsewhere, and nothing like in waned at Csluu HftUil, and marched to the Eptxpl i*in able hand;'and' win be wetland ith&u1Xlf' Shot.tly after his death,the colony established .

Fad 1It.i."*.!, fdll of hope and Joy, to seit.ebU : .11"'p4'IMIonto"'e-f *NI of flour ,a IK! other' C ..rtk,.'prvtftlrd by a band, of music.TU f ztruted. -. by La Salle was captured by; a Spanish .
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,a:TitM it home preparatory to quitting l I. rovisiotr The employers boweveretand -Reed &*r'BKii4e!, m an eloquent and appro- Several of detachment from New Leon rod various
the
I ( fh>r.,. iflrUi". forever. Ie was not 'idle out, upon what ground we have not learnt I prints pe.yr'rcowmenceJ: | tbeexercises of the paper speak extraordinaryweather disputes & rwwrrtrs subsequently tnutf R
We are however generally! tbe day. which we have had for weeksput
pntnuthe! nesessiry preparations for on side of nearly two kf\iexntheSpanishFrenchGovernors
lilX' '-4tlrd. and in three month) after bit .the (operatives we tbiaktne required advance Th. Declaration: if Indrpendante win read by In Savannah the mercury 611 on the 2d, concerning the territory La llarpe was

'dtutrtnreheyesaglie Irt.'New' York,- is reasonable; advise the parties to Dcnjamm i D.. Wright, L:.j. and an out<'o fiHBo'1?to toft degree*. About thune time a north I.therefore sent out by the French Gmr rn-
"reJfja fulrtl the important engagement leave the matter to a disinterested umpire. dsriviceef ntlnl717iodeciae the exteUto tvhicii
as mall .meroa We wind prevailed bars, for nearly two day,&w.began
hs h d..o gladly entered Into In a few ,-rea'maUer. mac it bad a right to claim possession and htan
.eh'- woke, tnxeverwhateasualtlea ra.iy A ,Strike on the tiail-Ro
oce >.-, what diHcnlties may Intervene: .to ristown Register, of Wednesday, ss y s fcLfcOa T4, ;ir..de6.eiuinporaneotuly.Mto Snowy lock had concluded U accept aale.it.tiongirenhimintheGatettesoaemonths and Pelacorde then Spanish Con.raandai.t

soar: the! mrutbirlhagtprospects-'to; blast Saturday last; .our blOroug4visit- preclude aU.bopufllOCuriJlalt l M ptikUcatkaTbe (in the 10 Texas, states cxpreBly, that the prov-
i sail pilii the roast fenreat and bright, anticipations ad by what our ,!!3iy.. ttiie city term ago Lace of La-tekas ('j exa) v aa part of Lou- j 1
'a 'llt..' k-ut tl>&(can b* said in iu pr.ire,15 per".po.the spirit in which the old man'with the Mirk cIted
-The female whom he had regarded ; lee or lour hUDdn:4 oC- the siandi* that it bad been ,taken possession
; ; at poWpssIng angellq nrJly I eta paraded through our streets most. llui c
on 111. .'Vrritbout; uU.-ha 1 with music playing and biinners avin g ;j' kind. It wIt worthy pf tits occukAIt we coon of the'summer The weather was, how. of hit most Christian' Majesty } and that

: 0111' his send's 'affection and warmer They made quite a formidable appearance were to drugttkto any portion of tar oration a* ever productive of no consequence injurious U possession> hud been occasionally renew cd
hopes were all conantraled-bad, daring Their motto, '(rom 6 to 6' .was displayed being pt'CuliuJ"| happy.'wo would select. the esor health. aiuce that epoch i besides that Don Antoine -
I his brief to another In! several planes of the line.>After compelling __ du AI&rIurtbo, had discovered New
aid on his appearing to claim her I those on the road to knock olf; the object dawn, w how'varied bcautks\ buud aa appropri- The Inhabitants ofthe town of Apalachicola, ilcrico in'1683,"bad neCpenetrated ctt

; ,aahItont4ba4,, passed( ,the bridal hooey presume, of their visit, they niar- ....lmag.U the rich MuM oftbe organ, Mil& ri dwa tiLed: with the tern ot..rttl.fheu by the of that prot lure or tbe Rio Drav o.
moon: t chat off again, very orderly. Their con- line and .w;Uing In ". flood 6T harmony; and m.oth "On the. linn of August, 1721, La llarpe
Such are,the circumstance*, 'as related to duet throughout was peaceable. %%'eundere bOW tinting !. the soft and geutla breathing of proprietors of IIIl &:r.... of Porbr* sad was commissioned by Birnville, (Governor
tai,' of the trial that 14 to take place' during stand they were generally hands in the em- : Co. wtthin which the town tl.f'tualecl, drttolO ofLsuieannatoproceed: forthwith to the
the next month at the Circuit Court of this ploy,of tbe dfTereat contractors on tbe lh.flut The choir' of the church was better filled mined,u>.get up a new town at St. '/.,.eph'. Bay Bay of St. Bernard, belonging to this pro

City. If indeed. be true, derelopement Philadelphia and Norristown rail road. l than ututl, sad several anthem were wing A company was' incorporated at the list aelonof vince. and take possession In the name of
tonttaol'lbaoruwe! helve adverted to The Journeymen Carpenters of New ant) performer) CNJ the fgw with a very happy th tbe King." in consequence of which, La
will be made la the progress of the procee lavfn: have struck.for wages and rflert. Council, to fut a Canal from th. ApaUehkola 1arpe coasted 100 league* west of the Mis' *

dings, they'will excite. a more lively Inter tile cmployerabave advertised for men to About eleven .Vfock tu began to aaaembl River to St. Joseph's flay The stock a..lppl.and entered Galveston Day. Fame
i ii test among thU: community than for many take their place*.-tf, }. Mall&. company ha been subscribed.for, &;the Ant ele toa of director year he returned to New Orleans In consequence

i ...,roan hat bees crvi Monday of
i ,ones presented to a jury' 'Arrlral..' the frtfott QmatiMfio .- !'f'mlanJt'I' 01 the day w. 10 bt celebrated _A this month. contend with the aborigines, of form a permanent
The New York papers announce the arri platroarm had been erected for the danrt'n.' The .' establishment. .|Je concludes his

f"" t .(From the, Hanoverian Journal J val at that port of the II.-S. frlg ie Const laud .u.I.pread.ut ita v.rirgat.1d trea-, The communication of"one.ofthe proprietorH reixnt thus! The extent pf Loulsana (rom
f New' EIOUM PotrT-BO T,8rTioii"OH tuition, Commodore Jl1Iottbaria, on otForbt'a'parchaae came too late irtcertioo. It west to cast ta from tbe bay dincote
,
: t Till BOOTH-West COAST or.IitjujiD. One board Mr, LivixosTO'v: our Minister to lures to the rHa". Tate: day was uncommoaAsir *, fut red In .August, 17.21. : by M. de 1 1Harpe Is

of the grandest, plans for an !too railroad"that FraRN. and Ob t1uWY. She "left'Plymouth and t ladies attended In great, nunabey.Nledit .. shall: appear in our next. lat. 29 deg. 12 lQule.'1001. :h
//I' : ,Bagland !in'yt teen (.. the' West, lay 17. On coming into the North River : be, lit then, thin t.the pasty w. delight The following bi oncal retuiaieeneee ar* ta. est-' from Ferro (ad decrees west from ,!1

-Srhich is to be carried Into effect with ttteilatl on Tuesday morning, 'she fired 'a salute ftaL All meal 10 hays Je1\their cares' and ell.. ken from the,New priran Bee The relation\ Greenwich 18 from Washington t
I I .... of which was returned from Castle
.talle8 Uqvernmeiii: It William the Perdido between MoMe and Pensico-
t. 'Ia .Uktowarh4t.:for (he regular coiapiatxienvxi Tbe. Journal of Commerce say*_M )lr; quktuJes b dad them 11I1110 b.. dtieraiined to eire ?- which u.bores byI'exubtki.coanlgar.er.. 1 a; being aboove 100 marine leagues of t(

t with the colonies England 4au4 .: Jvingston and family came ashore in a wtili be and toW,...... body too, iato abe ray day becomuig: more and more InaerntiD,. A coast. : "', f

! ; 'f "nuwwr ofsUingcpd suanj:packets, thestarhq I leuienHnt'a barge under a second salute aauumenb .(t. aoeiy and the day parse .away ''"It'rl In the New 'Oilcan. Bulletin, arts up a "So far then Franc .)red possession-** ., ,,"

', I r whleft I'alnuruth'Thts place''l and intoned on the steps at Castle ,Garden. u t1N atuu"fW7' of.our belepead asy claim la behalf of the United States, to Jurisdiction right to the poaseasioo;-of all the tea coist t.
. .'trrwur, t4 bnnlrsd:' and siatyalne miles A great crowd had assembled on the Dat on the Gulf of.Mexico,from the river Per J
it.l diftti.it furb.i 4 lI
: ,wim 11' eak *,ni' west irliis prevaUingvt reception, and accompained him to ttetouseofA rit", A l' rote was scrod by Mr. CoW>>I, attkrN region. How Iu it would',comport with sound of 181)3, the Uniied States obtained un- ;

: "th..n. eioordle Ie the MUll",the" $'u.ce friend at the IQwtr''end of Ur t>nwlch '.,. I' .bitla the whole company ,,,t policy for this rsastry to have pueeeuion of Tex.as .' limited and unquali&4'possession of the J'n.

: "li :1 Ocoartare pf tie packets t 4 street. From the steps, Mr.Llvinn- dowF .At ,:t the ladies bad oi.W &&bftr repeat, 'U a problem which ha for many yearsbeers same tract of country. Congress itscu'nn-
wi't the i| ut diwor. Ji-s-nfieluas fre- ton addressed bis rUowafiUlflD.ln! 7
| ; a brie not prejudice-no, not even the coniutO'
:t XI-WAI HoliVa take ptaMT which h.ve'\been ,peecb( which WM ..n.w. .red ,by hearty they sight 4 and block themselves 10.danciagtlbtk UM subject of a good deal of peculation.i lion (Mo eeet.'S of sit.. J) can be rona toed
the mare Wt in proper a'u a rapid andre cheer such 'fth.C"O'lftrwa II bred their U I* curious let that when th treaty of J819 as to prejudice' any claims to property oi '.

f'f'1 :J."s eommrslcatiun a'corulng to "He expressed the satisfaction be felt aj "1r' 'Lsa i4hslr' C eotm"OIHD, wee. was being ngotiated, Mr. Adaxn., la on*efbi: the United Slates;; True, tbe prource.of

etrrum.'reeel1scW ImooTWit bath la a the cordial reception which had,been givV .' rose atarh II w eldleissthan; to young o 1e.. letters to Don Ones, proved beyond afl doubt or' Louisiana was acquired afar the adoption ; )
po'iUcat l and eotvnMrcUl vltf I This baa '" hi so, and assured: his that '?
countrymen I 0'the Constitution bat its integrity, i
in.tatWJ the Oov nim utto U, the bold during bit absence It had ,been hl, constant and eared t for lparUin wine this ..park.MI cavil, that that wlao\e..pi, as tu w... u tb equally secured as obtained> befoie. W: m.

J ,tesnhttl
J' / rta'fia, wa eacbgose.i the -west'nit,! lain tire honor ur the Untied flutes He JltlOIf K' :Ltr Eaq. pre bkd It ,be Dinner. &; partV the territory acquired by the treaty with udiced,. because, the province of Ttlas ze,
t t.t land but oataecxtferne aoola .tb.i)withdrew to a window In the chamber :of .vreana eot
: and friend Caaasta F. urn>> E.,. u td,as Vice rl iJt'IIL Frsnceoflioa,Ail: UapaifsVlatprivaUabtory et was not included !in the, territory
.ollrel-.o I. s announced that in w", tat
ronnequenca. 'or LoaWa for .n
State
of
The greater distance front lie britceniu4 ? oCfaiigue, It would be impossible for )fr. :n. d of Music "JoocinI" Z. h. e tD,. the itegotklMAa whkh ended in th* not mew of i # -- lee

.//1 i'I bat been diirejirdeJ the a Umuaing L at that time to receive hill fellow citik weed et C. ... Gadnw, at Fort;'flew, wtinJ1y as tlaaed treaty, the Don Old was aatiartod and have many'BO parts IcgitimateT our or extensive gov'rD-'

*' nprovctnents that tiara been m ids iu t. 1 individually, bHtilwaa +tedtbat eau I by Cape., O. and .b..Ipod inch togiro eonvtmced of the God, and was willing to establish meat L11. ,
Ice ni w.a Q'o"Yfl.aeet afford menus as tb_ pnralion.. of the city,would make Ri del at < eonduuethat 1 Jf'
n' : A egeet t 11 the twlcbRtI Q or the day, the Nova a* the bobndary. We may therefore reasonably
ldf t'it were the oCjutnihtlating... time that duunee.if the It U hopot I- K \. -rre.nremnll lot tutu pnrposeg Tk* ars the regular toaau D/ Ute treaty of 1819, Spainobtained tbaircaty of 181 was nncoiwuiu DaJa. .
/' : at ami corm>unicatlonof n Clad to learn from the couversation feuVfcwtag entire and unmolested possession in alie acquired cr IF
purchase
of .
the! kingdom with Its colonies is I ( o f, Livingston that his return lat 'TI ..il..isA.. l4_ "l.-Musie lands the Sabine all Texan. far the nstitDtionainy -
beyond Red and ewrioa of Out how ;
0 I made through Ireland. U will Improve the to the Uno &States not be taken is YaluW '\ Kansas nOW f'f'I.
f P.
+dM rivers, as Tar northware lithe 42d degree of that afle stir can !,;
evil
itnation of, oovatry. Val U" therefore I ai! wiK Among the reasons for U 2d i a' ... latitude. By the of feet either Ibat I is a toJ>
to treaty
'If Preetidef SW. Jack.sun's treaty 1800 with parties!
./ a barter In IhU part of Ireland which I I Is the desire t the I'yeal'lent In poe IVr.: : : France the'United State I I of obtained it in W
obtained another kind Bpala i
I session Mare .:. possession
tbe 1"\0 the Atlantic 01 his "
iteala
farthest oceaafs I tfmore IC-
fully than be ..
of tbe whole faith solemn now.I0 poi8ta
be In future the. Packet.ataUon- bl. I could well do by1 twp colony or province (see agreeabjyjo treaty alp
U> r. lie bas bot pet! :7d n. "1U''StM tflM art I) of Louisiana, as it bad been quiescent existence forW years;and tta I.
: Jne >aparable brbors.U.draMf'wtitcafhlps\ and can en. .giant oeiYe4 oC among France the p, It or iD the govrro. NI .II tll. dryoeiderea .fNI V.M. czi.r.bwereeF .md ded by Spain, and that it bad when retroce-Fmeeprevloull1 minor! baa been estranged from her bf s -
levied leave at whatever .
at:
osdlq '
disposition w f "frecognized
: wards, the .. 9.Ri.olalia.41k. J. possessed it | and men" as it government whose independence .
salsa blows, ls30 Ciglisb mUst from Duty Dl.orOa we Dad DOtb. { should be after the and tetUJTU' ":
J1a..an.l( III order to conwvt ii with that tag to shake out often W eoaadence n 1'kt P.+ le VMS U SI4I.JLiI ...- entered treaties subsequently Integrity W1'Ot1I.. ** :
.
,1'l! ,,: pp ql:its new harbor. 01 IC.d9wa thai our affair with Franc ill tae bro9bt Co tilt ctwr 1-: .. State. Into between Spain and other how Monroe can administration we rectify It.errors was? II

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PHANcnea TAcotT floret .
t liter IVnipotcntiaryanJ Envoy Extraord Mint .. PROSPECTUS 9 too Ileivnnl.T i AN ORDINANCE. I NOTICE. 4

In try of Her Catholic Majesty near the TuUahattee. (7misetle orT8&a.l General AJtertiter X.I SCATED from the custody of the Mar To auUiorise the Mayor hi the city of Pen- the next term of the honorable the
JLJ
Goverurne.1t shal on the night of the C9th day sscola to permission to the Alabama AT 1
I I of the Unitod State*, die a' March oil grant County Court of EKambla County to
l lest William HambteWu who 1
the Mansioa House llotal{, In the city of1'uilalelptua rriHE undersigned propose to publish In wilt feted of w Florida and Ueorgla Hall Road Company be held at the city of Pensacola; on th6m n.J
aid fined the
negro stealing by to enter with their"road In one
on the 5TJd lost. His funeral A the City of Tallali rises, Honda, a Jury the sum of Hundred & any Monday of October nut 1 shall apply vIJJ
seven Dollies street of said
took place tho next afternoon attended weekly paper entitled tho -Tallahassee ( city. for the rettjrment uf my accounts aa the ts-
custao
raerutioa. ThesaldVidanfli
f by members n(the diplomatic body distinguished Gazette and Oacral Advertiser," Uso- JJautWwon Ace. 1. UeitorttalmtdbglktMayorandloart cculor of Louts PiiMAa deceased and
I citizens, and members 0/ the lUlDns will be devoted toI'ulltICll Internal ts about twenty bait years of age,about / ej..At..ln-ftNII of the City of Penn move lo be finally discharged.HENRY .
citqcorporation. he fret tven aud a half'inches hIJh, cola,That the Mayor, be and he Ts hereby
linprotenienu, and general intelligence, fair complexion t and light hair a little iucU authorised to grant permission td the Alabama MICIIELET

DIED,-M the PmnucoU Light Hou", on comprising and domestic the news\ of' the ei\M day, both foreign ned toslop hertttimding and is very round Florida& (>eorgia flail Road Cooipa- April llth, Jtt3.\-.-Cm.NO'l Executor.. ,11
or political.
Monday Evening, 2 hh nit aged, it month-, In accordance to eWom shouldered blue ejc and has a bold look.- any to enter with their Road In any street
we shall proceed The said Hainblctoh w itttout hat 1
fscnpcd leading to the waters of the Day of I'en-
Charles SiiiJr, noil of JerrraUli InjriMim. in a very btief manner, to lay belort .log paid bill ne. Thfr' bove reward therefore sacola ou. the conditions hereinafter provi U E.AT sC

----In this city, on ,W da< d4y night last, the public an aiiual>vis of the plan on will lie given fllrlh. 'liwr)'of the said the next term of the he-notable the
alter which the Gazette will be conducted.They \\iiliaii ILuuUrtonln the'tovnuf.Mama ded.Sect. County Court of IVcatubla to
hntrrmg illcnns, Mrs. JANE JERR .8. Jltilfirther Ordaivtrl, That of- County
SOX 'John JcrrUon w ill cmcuour.. steadily to keep In na Jackson Coa.tydietrietiX>\hi ",.rida said Lave selected be held at the 'ily'PensMola. on the first
consort otCafl. aged II ter company the streetin
view t'.c landmarks ol the Constitution of shall
:toJauica'f Exumor vTHOMAS Monday October next, 1 apply for
which denire said
the the United they {o enter City
states, by which
years. they hope
M. WIIITK.Dff the settlement of my accounts as time Executor
I with their dead, that tile May or and Aldermen
to-steer their courve As 1
aright. iiimleia- '
) .tI.rhtlllh.trtn Ir1.. / of 4\Dt.LAIDC TAYAACO deceased and
.F -P. ORr J. Pr11 3ACULA. tion and firutuens will be our motto I iiy resent the right to clt-signaie whi t ,
we
I April llthTtue ISJ3.-6.-flt. move to be Anally discharged.
Arrtted.. shall be slow to brand with political heresy, I part of the street, w> selected, shall I* used lIE..UlIIIEU.'TJ

Schr, Savage Mellus, Tampico. 3 Jack' those politicians \Ybu may honestly ,dirler i VoHtUvr'9 tittle. by said rrmpany. Executor.
!bite. 3. 11,. it Onluin1 Thill
Asses, to H. Kelly.Departed.. in opinion from us.- I For 1 trrilvi tul onl ( Vn.wfy V'.JON L'.8.. farMer April 11th, IW.-.-6m. .
mid ide h
shall 4
It l II the company{ {trot sui proper
our deslg.i fairly to report pa*' Saturu.iy tilt Il1..day..i August next,
Sehr. Betsey Hawthorn, New Orleans. Mug Political news of the day, the |IIOI Li. I l>ctt\e< ti time humus 1U, 'sad |4, A. Mi usual fixtures, as will afford a free pimsesgefur'tha M"TICE.

21,000 Bricks by L. C. Hubbell. cal views that wo may b"HI occasion to advocate shall ol'n: fl'r'-"Ito in rout to the court serous the transportation track ol said of Koad.S4C. (vrwns. and goods A T the next term of the honorable the'.ti M

Sent. LaJy Madison, Camino, Mobile. will be done diopa<*oiouatrly, to far tluu-kw, ii." i'n coy Ufl'IS4ccll1. IRK follow ; .II" tl fmthrr UrdatHtd That County ((1"t of E:cnmbialounti: to
,; Billast by the ;)Iolfler.fir11ft as we are concerned, and we hope ou mug tu, i VI'.U much thetevl, a. w iU nothing iu this ordinance, shall be 110 construed l I. held at the liry of Pentatola/ ou the
freinds who may favour UK with communications ',ot, Of I loi Ida! ,' mind COUUt
n. K ilcprh the Corpi>ratioti of the Ih lit Monday' of OnoWr'next I shall apply
Or-SrrAIl'-'VO- will obsen e the same rule, o\hu. i. ,i tier taxes due tbeivvil, i>p &to tight of communicating in for the M ttlcu,cut of my account c-lthc executor
bile rcnvnrntn &c. wise their publication will not take pl.oc: via ti.i L'tcvmlier I Itmi vulcM this any wsy. ,
through the limits of the i'It of MARIANNA BONITAT, deceased and
f a I( HE New and Splendid in tiie.obacrvanceof this course, we .:.11 a., j J.', It the .mbtr beiur the JUSEl'll) SIERRA, mote to be finally discharged. ,Ivt

,_ Steam licMtMEIICIIANT act with strict iinpartiabiy. day ot M,ii:, pettier with ail costs and MAHGAUITA 1>E LA RCA, I
JOII. Sic. It will be, the aim of the publi .hcrs tn ".Iar!!!. i'r.sidinl, rentrtr.

I ler commander will leave render to their patron", all the satisfaction hhL SUY 8AS.y. Passed May 30th IKU.M. April lib. 1833.-8.-m.
tho end ot we tail Road every WednMda they arc capable of, bearing in mind however *; }fACXtoif.: :d rate I.ad, .iti CIICPPIII\: '
morning, on the arrival of Ute 0 o'cloc the old adage "they that vould attempt X _4 Ol7 uuil Last of 1'enJUo Kivcr, 1; A'rtTp/rtrv.:v 1 NOTiCE.AT .

cars for topk'U'e erjbodyll please uoto mi.o uoiti' tut tiiy of i'eimaeola, bounded Approved June 3d, lt>05\: tho next term of'the l ortorable' tbe

Day of St. Louis, Paw: Christian, Day dYe ll,)t.ug.i..u :itiru's land and others \or.au. 1'A\r. County Com t.oC EscaniLlu County, to
of Beloxi, Pascagoula and Mobile Although It is our design, to pursue u on tin: Loot, and \\ eel by acant l.and. and Mayor. l l.e' held at tne city off cuancina..' tit the test

And on every Saturday morning, at the course uatramellcd, b)' the shaklcs ol'an)' on Liar Miu.h; Uy tin ..1 hay" of 1'vrdiuo. l\OTICB. Monday <.f Octoler am. t, I shall af plv for,
hour for the political! party-in making t cline above places and Pen Aiin'iiui IJI S2 the settlement of JOY avcouiM ft*tl.o Lxecutor >'
sacola," and will to'tch at all the intermodiata would nut be undtrtood as being muil- HAN' IIotJIiGUm1ft ? FOUR weeks front the dae theteof, tl of JOACHIM luktiU drn'.Jand,

Undmji on her return ferent to {the unportanio, of correct. priaei- 'a Al..1U'Hlt;! 3d. raw Lend yittml will apply to the I Ion- mo\e to lie floall} dirctitirgiii.IlKMtY l

yJ; For"' information apply to Capt Svdler. on ples. u ,tied buts el'1I t"n bay OIUl- ruble the County Court fcscambia County MICI1KLET:
'on board or to, They wiah howeter distinctly to h.a\0 it i .\ I'h tta piiint marked A to a hipn 1'11.1', fir permisiMon to sell so much of the real Executor.

GILBERT VANCE. known that they will neither lead the va \ iiu two Cios-tii, iidiMP.nl !3 flutes west mUte i.fMamiel lionifay ceased as will 'AprU 11th, 1835..-.- m.
JNO. KELSHAWJr.JAMES or fo.low: in the train of deigning poii.i: : trout tin thy ot "l'tllJj1'oa! bounded tin *hiemts he suffiiceal to discharge. the debts rUllI/in- .
CURELL cal intriguers, who are ''luc.tof puuciple my' tucaut Land. Aiuotiiit of'i AeJAVA1C log uupaid. NUilillL.
y Agent*. in proKrUou{| to their interest" Z4lu. FELIX nONIFAY,'Ad+n. HAVING obtained letters of adminlntra.. 1

New Oceans July 7 1833. 13.-tf. .ftterulrolumntol'the tt>a ctte,"'illbeapproprititcd lONTEJlAL.GA & TIIEHESK: : IIONIFAY, Jrfn tbll Estate FrnitclMv I,clgdeceased ,- I

l-St, Superior-Cbnrl of-Esc Jf Owt'y to LH U>S of Moral and MIMCI-! i \ Ac Icl" <>l M Land situated N' of Manoel.lonifay Deceased. 'from the County Court ti Fscambln '
lauuouacharacter, under the head of Heading Pennarnla June 18th 1833.15.4t.NU'I'ICK. iliowv lio have
\J claims against ube
In CfutJicety, at Rule July 18,15.3elestiro' I lie v cat Me of time Link of luuian
< Gonzalez and wife vs. Margarita Saturday e\i'iuig. porn, w nich i'n.pt.es; into bayou Tex Estate are requested to present Ihemle klly:
The: publishers arc fully aware of the difficulties attested for vttlrrnclit and those Indebted
lardela and others. <>r and it ;:4 butts/.V.tioin tho city
rr\.ltl; undsriig.tej: app Anted Commiv. of their undertaking, but they ot i'cn".u'ama, u.iutd; on the. N. W. bland persons Indebted to the estate or are requested tn make \>n\menu ..
great reliance on the public libriuIity ALL MARIA U )JiUDE ROIO.
place
JL Sio.1erlllo audit a id settle the Account" flIUH')"'U bur 1 taiKUCO Vidal tin the WAIT deceased are Ilele-by
betwcan tha parties, give! notice to all con and bclie>e that u diligent attention tobusineem .N. V. and i. U by .\ncanti Lands. Amount notified to come forward make payment, \ Adm'x.
corn9>l tint they w wiJl'n'Jet the Uicrk's OC and a zualouit riiorf to Mite the of '.ax< s, ail ,20. and all those having claims against said e. April 20th 1833.- -7.-StS i iJ" :.
puulic will secure to them flee of mid Court, four weeks after the date of LUia.NZONACIO: ytTRIAN.i tale are requested to present their accounts OSEPIl: a. LEVETf'8 IVholrsaleand 'I'
hereof the lm 1 of sh ire patronage. egally allcsted for utttU'mint. retail ROOT MIOE67(>BE, Bank .'
being te tfay August'i Tho City of I'ul.aha-t.spe being located ill \ \*" i .A I.UU-i ol 3d raW Land situate
for next that purpose., the cenle of Florida and aurroundcd b} .' -v/ o itii.cs N. 11 of the city vf RANDAL ALLLi.Administrator. building. Corner.of Palafox alidylioamana ,.1Ntrert.
fl o. F, DAI:t'ZELIL natural I i-iiBaiA/ia itoiuing to the buy on the East .' '
[ adkantajji-n in
many agiven
posscst-rs '
JOSEPH 3IEKKA.HCNRY March 2I'lh If133-3.-9. June 20th 183&-13-tf. "
spare around its icntiea larger population Mia. loiiiitiefl on the north by lands 01 v
AIIRENS.rommissiunerl. than that of any other portion ol i tUllllillCO louurd and west oy vacant NOTlFEfllHK Hun AUUf. '
( l.tnui. AIMOUUI of Taxes, f 1 ?3 3-4. and
thu Teniiory, within the same limits, has up 'lmtni4.'f
July 7tU, 1833.-18 -4t. but omits w t'jkiy newrspulscL JAMES: L. tiOHKE.No. undersigned gives notice that lit TAKENJail a Mullatoe Man )\

r7Ltrsla-il'R; .S.lIe.J In utidi; ion to this tho>e are many vulua/ ]0.r)3 feet on Church Strut. A X the next term of the hon. the County It by the nnme.of M Uliam/ tw k

>Y Virtue of ai, fa. to ms directed. bio tracts of Lund, ,,hid, we doubt: um.twill UK.'unt i,"'1'axes. fcUO 03 H-4.' Court EsramMa County he w ill apply furs about forty )ears of (' C*. 'i
from the llo't."ho Superior Court f"r: soon be brought in cultiv limn 11"01.1| It. I'. I'lUKCE. final settlement of the Kxtnteof MARVIN feet, ten Inches l.lgh. thinly x

the Western District of Florida, shall pro.. I the present prices, of the great Laj.Ie of the No. 2>l 1 lot on time Day. Amount of WAITdeceased aud move tuba discharge built, tiopaillrultrr mark aU ut tin, rays **":

't reed ti sell at public venal, in front ofthoCoitit I country be.maiutamed-which must considerably razes hex 00. KAN UAL- ALLIS lie belongs tn Nathaniel Lnrnetl pf A outgo Vf!

+ ii rite I i1 P !ln I.1.! on the, StU. of'' angmeut the population of tint UANIKL 8TONJ AJtnr miry Country (Ala ) and\thHite runaway. $ j
S.plemJl'r! neat, between the heirs : country. No. 08 1 lot un Cuua Street 100 1 do. on April g8 l835.fl.t3ALL xboui forty'cav s ago ai4' \:.ulsttoe tae ',,'

be, by, \*''...'lltle ri::at, title and rl-j From tho considerations stated ubu,(. ItiU'iuleiitia Htictt. Amount .of Taxes 11u11'dr that Nathaniel ltarnemt M the tn 1.1 I. tit ohm i ;
,, of Sam, Fry i i.1 anl, to the following doCrit we hare therefore liesiutton. iuU'n\-; ,t.ho(JO. persons imkl>ted: to J. A. hum Harn..tt, forrrerly a.lc1tnu.t tktK .*'
>M Property, levied upon and attached I: ing that \HI racy with connutiiec iel:)' fur MKKCED VIDAL. or R. Wbitukcr, are requettcd' t. da Ton. h lu fcscanitta Country. I \
make .immediate to'Ibe suWr '
at 4h* suit ofllaak of Florida vj. saW Hatnuel :: coiuplcio-eucrcMt of .ur hnderiakmc, No 134 7(1 .fort bti.lnt is auihoiiMd teethe and
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Fry to wit. on the suoporl ufa geneiots public. Amount ot'1'exes b.um II M/ duly prote prnpei iyn4 lake Lin ins>, or hew :
II>if! of lot No. 135 with all the builJfn?s.' CONmilUMS JiSTA'I OF XI.MENES. ret' ept- for the vaaie. NORTHROP. UJ be dealt with' acrordlng 10 law
D. A. .
thereon' situated In the City of Pen.t (il.! ,' The "Tallahasi- l.f'l1elultI..crd rtt Four nrj'i'us on the \ubarb'wcet of the May 30th 1813.13.11t.t1'1 JOSKITU StLRRA.'lrrsly .
being forty feet front on Intendentl* Strccby will tIC printed 'on a slier rojt.1 Mhitt, at city ill l'n,u"IIII&,amount of taxes 4f0, (KM' .A.'CUAM..
170 feet deep, bounded West by Lpt belonging -' Four dollars pr annum, pas aWe i madvunci F. T. CUMMVNa, 'I.l:. June 2Olh18J313-Jf. J JJ.Id.k
Maria and East lo of the blest 1If). fount d .II us Tax follcctdr for
to Vayon. by or on ilclncrj < Eacauml.iacuur.ty. Indebted -
person to the **(afe l Cd It lIJI'rc l". i
"belonging to Francisco Commyius. icily rents utter the, m''''iuitiono.: MIX tuouihs 1'-u 4ucoltA Jany. Jdtli. 1WV: .Out.Uaiueof ALL \Vl'>JiELy deceived are hers by I E. The Sru' uAlI-.r.nttllttj. I
>r
J. W. EXU Atnn/ live do.Urs; tat closed the ,D1Vll
or al 'ur. t Alabama, Florid aud Ceorgi !notified to come forward and make payment of 4 per C'tfl' U this day dn|.
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JOS. SIERRA, Den. Marl No jfUitcripti'tn Mill IHJ rrc neu fora less ,i hail toad Company, i'ens.kcola, t and all those lutiiig claims again ted by lite Bank o/Pansacoia. 'lUcikfioldetaare

-July-llth-, 13JS18lt.Hereby term thai one I Jf ir ittllut ai.d the paper te ill not March llth, 1603. aid estate are ft'q cited to pieMbt their requested lo cs U sad tw sire trie .... .-
NOTIC.. h bedidcontmup<1 tb ur"l'rp'-laudill arrearages f"t iliKnubttcriuer* to the Capital Steels accounts, aegally attested for miiun ,m. By order of the Board of Wf tOttl."* 'ifl';

I l1otifyaU persons concerned, and luioiUrwjtl paid up. be issued .L oltbi. Company ore 1 rreby nptiJjed CJEO.W. DAHKLEV.Adoilniatralor. \\ARtE LLhCI.AN,'
that six weeks after date hereof, I will The first during that three insialir.tnts of Ifl& dollars or Asiinbr 'atlAi., ; 4
apply to the honorable' thetjodge of the the CoIQ'nunitiltiC'l11IadJre"tlCJ ensuing iirrruLr, or early tu the the fail. wh shale, hare been culled for by time May 30th 1833.- .-$. Penwcola July Id, 183317-SI. : :.r

County Curt of Eacarnbla County, for to publisher IVUent and Hircrtois end that the same '
Letters of Administration 'oa the estate of must be post 1"lIld.JOliN will bo due and pa)uLle at the Ufllcc of the CityTUIE arcs. Wanted ft ;

Ezekiel Cobb deceased. KAI.DWIN L Co. Company on the 1st Moiways of May, undersigned is pow ready to re- f II WO young,.able bodied, menrf tnirrca i .
ISAIAH COBa Tallahassee, AIrll6th, lb:15.: June ana July next. e the t ity Taxes imposed on Kea ,Ji for whose serrjcat twelve & 1

' July llth, 1833.:18.-6u District' of West Florida "UiO. M. DLOUNT, Seery. estate, Slaves Hornei Carriage 4... aU month and a ration per day will be rain} .

-jfltil of We!t Florida.Siptriur ren"acola March 1 1t"1.41.. persons paving the same on or before ihIrsl also two healthy ,women at wwb r f for
Superior Court, UtcautbittCwnty day of 51 ,Dn.m te alkiveda dUeouniof&vr. :
ay ttb&ae services ten dollar per month end .0
h Court Ettambia May Term 18J5.Wo. iuiii"TolIluu'; tent, arid all laiee unpaid ration dayUl be given.Recommendation ,
County, tit J Ilg Hale, 1833. II. Chase Cora Ann ftl. per rr
Complt. vi. (>n the first day lit August next w ill be dis'
JohnJ C. McMahon Ain; of Daniel E. comb, Ida Ann Slocoinb. Cuthbert Harrison And Pentacola Stai>t1irtt Blaltty (A.) lot- booeety. end tobrttetyv. "
rcllU. ) > Estabh.hient I' tow In a cue id: trained for according to law. I Ill be required. "
Burch deceased, Complt vs Noah II. Sloeomb, and Carol oe Aug" u,bl X lion to arctiinmodAte Travelers sa agrtiitty i Applyat the U. tf. Naval Itoplta) ;? :
d La H IAtkm M"rganit comb heirs at law K-tmuel IS.oioccuib.deemed : City TofCoilertor.PensacoU .
as heretofore. 1 he Stage Offlc Pec #
/ Oe Lei Itnx deceased Joseph >. IX CIIA.NCLKY. April 1Kb 1833,- .--3t MfLKQD.w w* .
or tfravellers from >N bilr! to Pensacola and P. C
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U 1'iift* and fereml ah U. 11. Hmith, Dfts.I.V day came thq Coinpliinant hy his gJ
THIS aste-vurd is now keit at this House. The Ant. IlMpltal
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CHAXCEItY.1HS .' t
and .it hi itlsciciion N
appearing( .lU"rllhul' Ur.
Srt-pnuno ).,itioiifc wiJ te.cxtenslte the July 3d.t1835r-17" mii'
T d'ly..ama time "ftmphiiant by his of tho Court, by affidavit fim 'that comfort of Tt1tu, 1>Y Virtue of ell l./o.to mcdlrectrd from i iV"mi"k
,coan"l. aid it ap,>ari.ig to the aal|" the( defendants in this rause reside beyond. :J. 'mlllrt'qUirr. Jl>. the Hon. the Moperior Court for the \ Cold Bathsi :':

faction of th; Court by'II,1W..ia fled, that hojarlslicliou of thh Court sad in the Rhkely J.Qy.,3d. :.-.-If.. U'e'stein District of Florida I shall precede the Barber Shop ,nest door to the 1f.;"
Noah H Aka iVJeoftiwlWeadint. loes Utaof I.n isiaaa. Tbereroreit l It ordered to tell at public Vendue on th lt day of AT Bank of PenaacolaNOTICE. .
not reside tn the Terrftiry' of' Florida by the Court thtt the said Defendants do Nt "'Ieg. August next in front of the Crouit House ,. .

b't In tile State of L n iicana.h! ts therefore ppetr here on or before the Sod day of: UEHf"\ notify ail pen concerned In rensacola, all the right title and interest ;, '
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Ordered that fr3! aid Allen appear the next term arum answer the Dill of thomplaatant I of John Chabeatid ton-eated in,and to -r
that six week after the date hereof I the Coed
A T next April ,terra of
Ccnnty
on or before the brat Moniliy of Wovem- the will bot taken
; or same for he foUuwing tracts of Land or in so mi.cb
j hall the liwtorabkt/
ep| ly t{ the Judge of JLofl:>rsmblaCounty.,1 wilt
bar nnxt vvt iuwer tbj Wit of eo'nplaiot and the and thereIn pturnaimyr
confessed matters things hereof ss will satisfy the above Execution
the County Couitof EcamUa County, lot I vouchers sinl account, and aetiiy 1 bur a flnal -"r
'\ tile! herein, or the sane will be tken for eontai'ied decreed acei'.r lllcIr. AJd its and costs w it. '
a ,fIJCeueJ M 1-l.1t him and the matters &' further ordered that a ropy of this order Letter of Aumintsir.ufon upwi th ,Estate i The one-to undivided( fourth part of two settlement of the estate .(CfTl .C'BtO' )

tiia;*therein coiulnTd!.!according tie published tho I'ens"teula Gazette due of. ,JUNE3, ,COUB.. decf'a.t.t.i-BENJAMIN COBB. TonceMicos of land one of tint arpens and CARD deceased. and.ask l tit !basily.dla.

ly. And I iix( further ordered that a copy of' a \fet"k for four months *ucc *- \dy.. I IAD : ren tfQ.\-U- he other of1GOO about twelve miles fromI'eDaUoIa. charged
('I'Ja.f.y23d, MAtltt11i!. CAK6.llAiiltof .
the foregoing! order be publUhed la the i laying and bUng In Ksrambla a,
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Pensacola Gazette. once a week,.fur four Atteat; .. F. BALT2ELU Ott. Ill II eii i ,.*'rrmnvea tit Bounty, on the Teneaw (. Levied upon Jd.uwr Jrl.r"

month sd taifell. May 16th,.1833.-ia-4m. .L Buck Store adjoiiung .Messrs. Jerri 1 a\ the suit of LawrrtiCe Mlllaudon "Calll.tlllhn .June 37. l33 ." .4-t' -. di

'Attu CoP' JuTUtrTcTof iVW frlarniTuSupfrior iwiJt lesser, *her.alorurcaj4) |Ciotbing, OUIe Executor 9C the said .John Cbawaudperfascd. I'en.atol"t ,* t :,
Of W. F. BALTZELVCMr. will be l'nnCllI.Ur attended t p.U. ,
July I ih. 1835'-18.--4ra Court fneatutiaCvunty A. NlfRTlUlOP, JAMBS W. KXl/M, Marshal NOTICE It nerehy given tbat M t,Vv*",& x
May TtnntoU. : .. enpointed Cashier w*. I
I 'at-OOtb, By JO8iU ll KIERll/L/ D. M. ,
"OTlc.j,., Win ). tcbeU by hu net! friend JCMM{ C. JIS.-J-3I.f Ju"tis 8tb1833.-13.-St.' teat'of the Bank of Vensarola and is filly s
ALL persoss Indebted to Allm A,M- : Allen ConipltL TS. Eliza Mittbrll widow II Tu all > conCent I authorized If transact all the ditties of l|(

.'are reqget d to make payment and AVah4oa Mil it"d Admr. of A-.rewMitcUetldfCeased rI'II suburltpr rOfewatluUI p.moua I '
on or\before the drat day of March Dc/U. I.V CHANCr nun euuJnl"world orfontmruing 0- i the next term cube honorable, the: ., JAMEMCA1UN. (< .
next to II.KEt.LY, Eq. who U 'authori- nvTill., j I titer del redatkats on his )antis lytng Oft AT County Court'of Eneisriblatobnty,tel 1, CK&tkirr. t
zed to receive the lama AU noise and a& $ dny rams complainant by his the W. aide of the Little a'ou, eommen- be held al the city of Pensacola on the 1 frsi S ".
counts not paid as above Will be pat Into .! and rt appearing tu the .*ti. 'ring at 111 tiuouth fronting pa the nay t 1'h' ,Monday of October nest, shall apply fur Ii IVctttfris PIKrtet ct of,Florida.MesAHf '.I
the hand of an We colloctloo. (action Court that the defendant E,. wad he I, .
attoruey of the +acoln/ ,1lIDInr t1J1 N embracing settlement of tny accounts as the Executor *"" '""* rI m
u Mitchell ts not an inhabitant U the Ter- : the Point bets ten two UayolJ.Ito of Faiurc Leqicro i'airro dceeanrdt ant) :1
ARTEMA8 /STONE, Assigne ritor, of Florida but reside la the tttat of the.antOlU'mtft1 taking me depth bed; move lo te flnal'y db rhsr Bill Cnr Partitkm. sad taj>Lebetl.Philip "

of A..,,A. M. Jackson. X1 JMtppL '1Ierefor.tt. considered by from the Bayou .,1.3 0 3-4 c4 a mite sad IlENKY al1CIf'LET, McRarrontplainsnt, .'JbOlllH.,. t
Jan. :'.-40- A. the Court that the said'Defendant appear UQ the tU side from t t1aQtoHPent Kxecvtor.. )bile AdmlnUtatofoCWrUlant/ J. Vai- J

.came ia Comity Court, here oa or before the first day' of our next dews the said 1a1CiG to the aD of 11mIY April llth, BM.tfa. : son and tb.brir.of llsnrup, fcjiarkkford.ll ,- (
Aprtt TVr I8UW ovrmblr; Term ,and answer the comUlaanls MicbeleC: Y.Msni rnflfl1 I back nearly b ordered by fbe C'ouTtlhal aotire M, ,
Lni
Charles Baron'$*- bill of complaint filed herein oD.mUe Ales au the 1J, II Tent from IJr. llliaiOFFKflB gives to PsvU J,,. SUfkkford Hi x ORDERED and ,John E. Piiogi or in* name will be takeq for b4 con e *ed. the laOO4 of8baLtefonlll'.14' Jayo, ,DUprnp*.aooa as lce.to., aLe.
be appointed Road CoannLisloBers' on the b the roitter{nod things theie la C'OI1t-.lned to when the Range tine a.el t'Ct rages $g Peasacola, Trip tellerlmsen"ntla' ):ei3crUaDah .
West side of Ecsnjbia River; and Joseph decreed aee r\i1qly. And it is further, and 3 etrlkes the ueue, Al t 4A s trot of June .- -it;_' Kha/klaford, that nal** ikey Clur

Forsyth hail W. Earacst and John A. ordered th.&.a copy of the. order be pub-1 land a4joiow the n"un boua4arW 01 lX":ettii after dule, I *U1 sppty for the cnupUlnanis Bill Sled "'. <-" or tieI t,

Simpson oa the East aid of Mid river. shed in the 1'ensseola Gazette oats a the City QJ IWMeClla ems icta tract of to .Letter of AdmUtration K time bon the ">re_the em day It Stir Pt
C. EVANa /WgfcJUy for lowi HMMtha auet. ,. .. ..k.- will lit Judge of the Cowrty Court F.Pa1llt-Iac..u. he .*irw .ev .
A .A-Om, Wt'ICkj mieityeotorces4gsiost U. I'. on the estate FRANCISCO FI'IDOBritNABPO t1A cb .W..lA.= .

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.CRRW 6F TUB MENTOIL' after landing on the bland became so treat old world. When the road from Paris to the court martial for the trial of Captain FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
la eoniaquence of the urgent solicitation debilitated u to bo tunable to speak. In Havre shall be finished, by means of the Read,' which will -, it .is. thought; ;rflHE subscriber has just received a large "
/ )(the owner of the Mentor, William R. .this sitntsUon he was 'put Into about and steam'boat which already $ averse'the three or foot weekeMmL' f JIll!. Ckr.Ofd JL assortment of garden seeds of every
>v,<.8odmin, E..l and other beoev 1.,,t 'indi- shoved out to sea. His I body was found Battle and the North Sea, and of those description.They were prepared by tie
tin' >idu"l*, Holden and Nut* left New York washed upon<< the shore ,th. next day which will soon plough the Mediterranean .. .".. .' Society of Shakos' in' and
Jf',our Friday, and arrived in this town oa Charles R.: Donquett, of London, the last,; and the Bosphorus, the traveller settingout jtl+pttjealtpa York Mirror. and are warranted. The following is
J1iEt Saturday evening, Capt.. Coleman, of the died under similar circumstance to Hew- from flu Petersburg; will be able to new tolumt oftht New catalogue of the Seeds.
'Steamboat! Benjamin Franklin, having invited pas through Lubec, Hamburg, Havre, Pa- rpHIS Work devoted to article from White, Onion, Yellow Onion Red Onion *
them to take passage in his boat. We I litt.Holden A Nate are now at the boarding ris, Lyons, Marseilles, touch at Leghorn, JL the pens of well known and distinguished Early Blood Turnip* Heet, Early
had a long conversation yesterday .with house of Mrs. Darnard, Union street, The Rome,Naples, Sicily, She Ionian islands, writers,-upon every subject that Sugar do. do. Early Orange do. do. Salador
Mr. Holdcn. who appears to he a very intelligent uttering and dangers which they have undergone Athens, Smyrna, and reach Constantinople can prove interesting to the general reader, Swiss Chard do. Long Blood do. Long
ati4'wall Infor.ned )' Hews call for the sympathy and .aid on the sixteenth day.% The travellerin including Original Poetry-Tale* and Essay Mangel Wurtzel do. Long White Scarcity
, kind enough tofurnMi at with all the of the pt'Opleor this community. They the "old world" will certainly have the *, humorous and pathelick-Critical notices do. Scarlet Carrot, (very fine,) Orangedo.
detail of the sufferings which himself and ailed from this port live years since,' on advantages of one in the new as to the variety -Early and choice selection from BloodTdo. Early Horn do. Guernsey
shipmate underwent during the three board the Mentor, on three yea,.' roy- of tongues and nations through which the best new publications, both American Parsnip, Lone While do. Early Cluster
year they were held'la slavery on Lord age, and were wrecked and cat away his course would lie, not to mention historical and English-Scientific and Literary Intelligence Cucumber, J.xtra'LuDIC do. Long Greel
North1 Iiland and to correct some error while faithfully discharging their duty on recollections and picturesque view*... -Copious notice of Foreign Countries do. Early Frame do. Early do. Prlckry
which had Inadvertently crept Into the New board that ship. They were for three yean which by the by be would not have time by Correspondent engaged express Gherkin do. Superior Watermelon,' Early
York papers \ we publish the part relating.to among a people as savage and barbarous a> to enjoy-but we will undertake to promise ly and exclusively/ ) for this Journal-Strict. Applesced d*. Large Muskmelon, line
thai Uland. This I Inland,' unlike the Pe- are to be found on any part of the hahita, him a circuit within the same space ures upon the various production in the Nutmeg Melon, Large Cantelope do. Green
lewk, la one of the moat horrible and ble ,lobe.-Through the goodnem of Di of time vhich shall exceed this in extent Fine Art that are presented forte notice Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon,
wretched oa the face of the Globev -The ; Providence, they have been permittedto by a few hundred miles.-Baltimore American. and: approbation of the public-Elaborate Dutch Summer Squash, Cush Crook do.
r pnly product of It. toil, 1* the cocoa tree return to their native country-they i and beautiful specimen of Art,Engravings do. Crookneck Summer -do. Crookneck:
nU6 and a few stunted bushes and those of eo come among us with broken constitutionsand Music, etc.-Notice* of the acted Drama Winter do. Mammoth do. White Cushaw
dwarfish and 'miaerabl0 a. growth, a* to mutilated bodies and their situation TIlE EPAULETTE. and other amusements-.Translations from do. Cocoanut do Mammoth Pumpkin.
bear but very few nut*. These few, however presents a.strong claim for the exercise of FROM TUB KNAPSACK:! OF A LANCER. the best new works in other languages Connecticut do..Cheese do. Imperial Sugar
constitute the sole food of the inhabitant that charity which ought to characterise The hktory the young hussar is short French, German, Italian, Spanlshr.ece'I Loaf Lettuce, Early White Head do, i
*, with the exception ?f a species offish commercial community. We cunoolbut exclaimed Mustapha, but itwaa pregnant and an infinitive variety of Ice of Green Head do. Ice' Cos do. White
occasionally! caught near', the shore* indulge the hope, lhatlhy will not be permitted with true heroism and love.-Adolphe was reading relating to passing events, Coss do. Magnum Bonum CoM do. Cab- I
The only animal or c""piolthlnp known to depart from among us, until they a soldier, who certainly deserved;a better able Individuals, discoveries and Improvements bage Head do. Long White Naples Radish,
ort the Wand, are, mice and lizards-and are placed In a situation not to want for fat ;'but fn the language of Voltaire may iii ScienceArt, Mechanics, etc. Scarlet Short Top do. Purple Short Top
d 'during the three yean which I'oldea'and necessaries of life,.and until their health we not say, V du destin qui fait tout, lei eat etc.In do. Long Salmon do. Long Scarlet duo
Nut remained there not single sea .fowl 1 la again restored-Nets Bedford Mm'V *- i'arrtt cruel," as we record the romantic announcing the appearance of the, Scarlet or Cherry Turnip do. White
t '''.t known to have alighted on the ,Uland .. life of so juvenile a warrior. He has jut thirteenth Volume of the NEW-YORK FaU Spanish do. Black do. Early SugarLoaf
s >nd but three fish were taken by the native expired' ..n4.he grave is open to receive MIRROR almost the only duty which Cabbage Early George do. Early
*. The character of Us Inhabitant 'Tea PHTOX' BASE CASE.-We have in bim.'tbe bolls of the parish,which tolledat devolve ppon iU editors, is to tender their Dutch do. Early York do. Large York or
much membres that of the island itself. abstract oCtbiaimportliDt case, his baptism, will not be heard at his fu- most cordial acknowledgements to theirold Harvest do. Early Battersea 'do. Early
Cowardly and servile.'yefmost barbarous tried a few days since, embracing the n. r.J. The muffled/ drum, which U only friend for the continuance oftheir support, Bullock' Heart do (very fine.) Large Bergen -
and cruel, they combine la their habit, facts, the points of law decided by the beaten at the interment of a superior officer and to proffer to the numerous subscribers do. Drumhead do.Late Dutch do. Flat
.l J iJ)?ers and disposition\ the most disgusting Court, and the finding of, the Jury qn the: Ip time of war, and after a battle, will whose names have been added to their list Dutch (very fine,) do Green Savoy do.
and loathsome features which disgracehumanity. question of negligence, which alone was sound the dead march, as his comrades during the past year, their thank for this Yellow do.' Green Glazed do. Turnip Roo-
And what we regard a* remarkable ubmmited to .them on the second trial walk after bit ror e. The General has so mark of their confidence and approbation.To ted do. Red Dutch do. Colewort, Large
the female portion of the inhabit Judge Hoffman dissented (ron the opinions ordered it; and his relatives; as they learn the former they can only reiterate the Purple Cape Frocoli, White do. Early
ants far outstrip the masculine, in cruel of his associates on the bench, Judges the sad new in France, will be consoled in assurance so often conveyed; thatas the Cauliflower Half Hardy da. Late Dutch do.
ry and savage depravity-1O much,so, that Jonk & Oakley, as to the right of the bank the martial obsequie paid to the grave of a Mirror has now succeeded preserving Cesarean Kale or' Cow Cabbage, Scotch
9U( our aware u* that they were disregard thep,ciof endorsement) olthe poqr; ldjer. their good wiM!! through the arduous period Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip,
gently Indebted to the tender mercies Cashier of the Atlanjjc n.ok.-.the check Adolphe was of the "Department du of its infancy and its youth, so in maturity ; Early Garden Stone. do. Norfolk" Flat do.
Of the men for escapes from death at the having been previously endorsed in blank, Rhein,' where he was almost universally it will endeavor still to deserve the applause Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do
fe hand of the' woman. The Indolence of and consider it as one payable to bearer known as a promising youth ; enamored which its earlier effort*received. To Long Hanover do., Sage, Large Bell I'epper. -
the a/Jy", which not even the fear of The opinion of Judge Hoffman Is entitledto with the charms of a beautiful girl, at anealy the latter they would observe, that no expense .-Squash do. Cayenne do. Purple Egg
eott starvation itself can more, prevent them great weight pn all questions of commercial age to obtain her hand, he sought shall be spared and no exertions re- I'lanV. Curled Cress or Peppergras Plain
aJ from undertaking the might a law, and we therefore copy that I I military glory, in the immortal fourth of laxed to render it at least as attractive and Cicss Water Crews Large Tomato,. Smalldo.
/and little labor well applied made to part of it which relates to the point above the hussars, commanded by Col. St. Pierre. popular aaany of its contemporaries. The Vegetable Oyster, ticorzODerabite
render them infinitely more comfortable. tinted. The remainder applies to the ques- : .. Under peculiar circumstances he embarked expenenceofpastyear will give confidenceto Solid Leleiy, Rose-colored Solid do. h'ummtrSavorj -
(Starvation.t.'res them In the face the year Lion negligence, which has since been in the career of arms, and terminated those who have watched our career \ Dwarf Curled Parsley Cur-
i'edft' ,tbrougta,.an4 very Ir .ntlythey perish determined by the jury, in conformity with I nib eventful d"fl on the field of Malo- while the volume that will soon close led P.raleyCurlec1 do. New Zealand Spin-
; 'solely for the want of food. the view of the case taken by Judge Hoffman. jaroslavetz, w ben in the act seizing upona will be an earnest of that which is to come, age,- Flanders do. Round cio. Green Curled
On filch! an ISt.nJI and the captive of ; After stating the facts, his Honor color, (which, had he been successful in to our more recent friends, so that the reputation Endive, Broad Leaved do. N bite
hikw such people, did the wretched sufferers proceed: taking, would have crowned his utmost already secured.to our publication Mustard Brown do. Long White Okra,
find "theirHUM cast. The first..raoi- It la clearly proved and not denied, that wish, that of being promoted te be an officer may be maintained and enhanced. burt Green' do. Asparagus, Nasturtion,
ure of the captor., after getting their pris the indorsement of the Plaintiff's nAme is arorrerYiI ) his legs were earned away by the burs- To both we beg leave to declare, that Roquette, Cern Ballad, Curled Chervil,
i ij it1 'ottersthgrq} was to strip them. Nut a and if is admitted by the teller or ting of a cannon, and he only survived in the ORNAMENTAL EMBELLISH\ English Sorrel,' Leek, Saloon, Skhret,
thread was. left them; though the sun was the bank that he would not havepaid eight hours, to e press his last wish. MENTS of the.MmRon, the be native talent Mignonette, for feeding Bees, Sweet Mar-
pouring its scorching my upon them { And it unless such Indorsement had been on /The.mnment Gen. Rapp was informedof has been engaged; that many painters joren,Sweet:J'byme, Sweet Lavender, Lemon
in the same state of utter nakedness had it at the time of presentation. It was therefore the misfortune of the young sergeant, have received commissions from-us for the .Balm, Early Golden Sioux Corn,
they to remain, a* lung as t'nelr captivity by Virtue 01 such indorsement, which who had distinguished!! himself during nearly execution of subject of national history Early Tuscaiora do. Early. Sugar do.
continued. Th natives themselves wear was believed to be genuine, that the money the whole campaign to Moscow, and and national scenery and that engravers of Early Washington Peas, Early June do.
n<> clothing,that can be dignifiel with the wa paid. If that endorsement be a was continually: engaged in the hottest the first merit have been secured to render i Early Charlion do. Early Bishop's Prolific
nune: of clothing and their skins, to use lecessary link, in the defendants' chain of part of the battle, he left the Emperor to these work fitting illustrations of our number Peas, tit hitel\larro\\ do. Dwarf Pro-
Jhs'expre ,like Uw hUe of a rhinoceros," and nearly right of the defendants to the draft necessarily Adolphe immediately shed tears & was the preceding works of art which have ornamented China Dwarf Beads, Early Dun Color;
a i i i-npervioua to heat or storm. The next falls. notwithstanding acute suffering, permittedto ;; our pages, and however loud Dwarf Beans, Early Mohaw-Early Frenchor
operation to which the captives were subjected It has been contended & the generalruleis relate vomcllimgabout himself, which the and frequent has been the applause which Warrington beans Early Sixveck '
WM the plucking out by the roots that the Kona file holder of a note may brave'Rapp urged. The scene was very ha greeted their publication, we have no do. Early Rob Roy do. Refugee, or 11)00)
of vveir beard and every thing beuing the in an action brought aginst the maker or affecting "]lion General. began the light satisfaction in being enabled to state to 1 do. White Kidney do. Variegated
TS,1 -" ediotane of hair from their breasts, arms payee, strike out all the endorsements subsequent youthful hussar, amidst'! the most profound that those in preparation surpass any hung Cr n6eryl'ole do. Dutch Case Knife Pole I
legs, and indeed every portion of their bo- to the one sued on and can recov silence "I know, that in a few hours the of the kind ever known in the United do. Her Cranberry Pole Beans, White dn.
ale and limbs,except their, headi. This era Thin rule, however U one for the con- voice tjmaf now speaks will be heard no Statet. No literary periodical published. do. Large Lima do. Small do. do. Dutch t
tedious and rxcruUting process, however,, venience of pleading, and U founded on more 'forever peign '". listen to the liar- in this country hall ever attained such an White Runner do. Scarlet .Bunner do.FLOWEIlfcLiDS. .
was but the beginning of their sufferings.As the principle that by so ding, it does not utivofiluliyig.t 4dier, who left the paternal extended circulation a* the Mirror, whichis ; assented. ''
: fast as their beard and hair re-appeared affect Die-rights 'of others. He release roof io 1 glt the battles of Lis count of course the best proof of its congeniality March'21 JOHN CAMPBELL. '
they wore compelled to turn self tormentor part of his own securities upon those from try., In a short time his name will have to the national taste, and an unequivocal f
i and pull It out with their own hands, whom lie seeks to recover. It deprives ceased to occupy a place upon the roll oi approval of its system and the principle Southern Yellow fine LUIlI-
which they did with the help of a small! them ofnorlaim for th-irindemnity against his company but he die with a convictionof of its management.In ber.
stone on the ball of their forefingers and others. The plaintiff a third endorsee bfa having done his duty, since the hour he the course of the volume FOUR PROPOSALS will be received until the.'
their,. thumb nails. note, and sue the first endorser. Thelaw enrolled in the regiment.The SPLENDID QUARTO STEEL EM DELLISHMENTH for the supply at fort
They had not long been in the hands permits him) strike out the name of canoe which led Adolphe to seek designed, painted and engraved Adams Newport Harbor, R. I. ot the iol-
of these dorm devil, before they underwent the intermediate endorsers, for the clear honor in the army, is as follows:-In the by the Vtitjuvi most eminent ar> I' lowing i
the terrible and torturous process o( reason .that the first endorser Mould haveno year 1810, its was betrothed to SophieD tilt in the country, will be published, together SOUTHEKN YELLOW' PINE' LUM
gt'.t 'l tattooing Thjcolorteg.with which .thiserect remedy over against them {his tights or -, a young bergereof great beauty who with numerous WOOD ENGRAVINGS BER.
t\ l operjliali was ensctedwa, obtained remedies not 'impaired ur 'affected by suddenly withdrew her hand, on account illustrative ofcuriirutand inter Viz. 1st, of sawed timher.
"( .frout1 ui' found in the breaches. of what the act. of.the objection* other parents to her, marrying tttirig .cenut incident and antiquititf. 33 pieces,-each 31 feet long. by 12 ic
: the natives called the .aavan tree,,which But and this i Is a test of the principle,' (Ir l lm Adolphe particularly as he had no with FTY PIECES of French, cites by 14 inches. .-
float on ,to the,beach, These nuts were 'suits brought against the third endorser, profession, nor any prospect before him. Spanish' German. Italian and British MUSICK 40 piece, each 20 feet long by 12 inches. '
burnt, and the coot of the amok gathered the plaintiff should strike out the name ol This induced the youth to enlist( a* a con- arranged for the Pianoforte Harp, by lit inehe*
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in the shell pt a eneoanu ,. held over .the the second endorser; the law doe. not permit mon soldier, at a period when the imperi Guitar, &e.c*"* ,,2doluwec1joista. '
t blase. This soot 1* then'rnlxed with.water it-M by this act he would deprive the al arm offered every encouragement to The same taste which: has presided over 64 pieces,-each 31 feet, long. by 12 in
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?, and forms liquid a*b.tack "ordilar1.Ink, third endorser of hi* remedy over againstthe promotion ; sad when the disastrous campaign our MUSICAL SELECTIONS, will super the by 6 inches. -
M 'aid the stain which-Is Iade b1e. The second endorser. The principle then Russia was in agitation.! Sophie intend those hereafter to appear,*and the tX pieces,":- each 23 feet long by 12 it*
liquid thus\ obtalBed 1* then foreed Into the .is. be may do it,when by his act the right loved Adolphej but obedience to her parents prnciples! which guide in this departmentwill ches by 6 hes.mc. '
iWl with sharp fish bones, and the figures or others are not affected! he cannot do it led her, sacrifice the sweetest idol of, be, u they have hitherto: been, novelty 321 pieces,-each 21 fret long by 12 inches .
If+ t M form d >..}*it\'during life.-' The hap when they would be. In this case,.if the her bosom, wjjha hopethattheyouDgwar- and excellence, the beauty of the poetry by 0 Inches. '
r lest ab4eta of bit tutrratlve were all tat Pbenlx: Bank were legal owner*of the draft rior would return with an epaulette...,upon and the melody of ,the accompani .86 pieces-each 18, 1-2leet long by 12
iii %' tooed iij.J\1"m.nner1ICI their breasts, they might in a suit brought against the tram hr shoulder, and thus show her parent ment. ccbe Ly 6 inches. ,
-1Mchets, ead arms' covered with singular endorser. strike out the special endorse that he wu.1\'OrtJy of being one of the The character of our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE 111 pieces-each 12 feet long by 12 in-
? 'and futasUe,' ,devious Our< informant ment and recover, but in suit Petween thr family. Adolphe resolved never to return, u too well known to be che>by 6 Inches.3d ,
r Mate thsj tho peration was most Intensely special endorser and the bank,the bank unless with an epaulette glittering upon his descanted upon here ; It is sufficient to I of planks 3 Inches thick and 13 inches:
excruciating,, and brought groans and cannot link out for their own benefit"and shoulder. Eager to evince his ardor. of state, that the choicest writer have promised wide w. */:'
creams from the' Buffbrera mflacient> 19 ap-. affect the right of the plaintiff As between fame, and fired by the expectation of returning their co-operation In the home depart .15,000 superficial feet, or' 45,000 fed
'.,.. and melt the hert of any being possessed the plaintiff* and the bank the bank bonly to the arms of Sophie u an officer ment} and thatnotwithttauding the enormous inch measure. _
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of the least feeling! 1M great was a bon.!de bolder of the draft in virtnoof ofbuMarvhekrt his country, and joined expense we bare incurred, we shall Each pUnk being 901-2 feet Ion or,
ii ff'ttdentterrorofit, that he fled and'concaatoJ the supposed special, endorsement j andthey his regiment atDrlenne, wherein a abort continue to appropriate all available talent, hall the number of planks bean feet, dohalf
? hhnttlf for three Mays, without a cannotchang the relative right of time he was made sergeant. He Immediately and if possible'Increase the claims: of the 10 IJ feel' long tor',half 18 1-2
at particle of food among tbe-bosbea and trees the parties by any act*nf their..' The holder wrote Sophie his prospects of ad. Mirror to public support. feet, & half 12 feet long}-or half 16 1-2 .
1st> the' forest w order toe*ciM it J. but .he of the Nil might perhaps have struck nncemeut, resolved not to return until an On these ground we commend forthcoming feet, & half, U-fcet long. .
was at l*.t forced by the sgouleiof starvation :. out the special endorsement, before presentment epaulette would show that he was Lieutenant volume to the notice and approbation 4th,of flowriog planks 1 .t-4 inches thick,
to ventoreout in search of food, wheat and the bank. probably might in in the service cube Emperor. In the i of our countfJtDtII.eo.dilioru.Tbe and 6 inches wide. !60/JUQ feet ,inches
was seized and horribly tortured by thi* safety have paid ]I&: On this point I gaveno meantime, many victories crowned the Mirror la published e- measure.
worn than inquisitorial pnoces Thesetrreeectioas'all express opinion, but when the. bolder French arms, and he had the honor of be- very,Saturday at the comer Nassau and In equal, or assorted lengths, not less
took, place lifter Captain did not,exercise. the right striking out, inr. _engaged ic.at least twelve,battles; bet Ann-streets. it is elegantly printed in the thou Ib feet.
I Banurd left. and presented it with the special endoremienl still he Is a souf-neutenaqtt noticed only by super-royal quarto form, on fine paper, Every piece of the above lumber mint N
After this, they wen allotted different .-. of Dobb on it, the Dank are not jus few, who i'eduaps are now among, the with brevier minion and.nonpareil type.It of the beet quality, asto aU'tDlth.and durability
1 t t.asteny who a*; then to work at tiiggiag aWe he loch of the to is embellished once every three months
titled in pnying without the endorsement ol fought every ground ., j-ol full dimensions, and perfectly
mud, carrying atone,' and such other! the .p4eal endorsee*-and 4f such endorsemenv -. Malojaroslav, where A*.received the with a eplendid tvptr-rtyal ptarto engrtttittf Ire fioat sap, shake,..cracks, splits and
labor. a* they chose to require, whether h: watf forgery, it WM |in Judgment of wound which probably will cause poor 80- and every week with a popular pieceof from knots that are loose, decayed, >
bad any definite object qr not. They werekepi law,no endorseaaeivt,.i.a4 tbb, p.id.tl '. heat*eo realu As lie uttered these music arranged far the plaaofort,narp more than 3-4 of an tncb diameter, ho)
wholly:apart from each--othet, and In their own wrong. The bank received Past word,..najsxelaiutcd with the deepest guitar, &c:. breach volume a beanj) fully piece wjll be received that contains many
U'MaU "eci.'en to speak one to-,another that draft and paM it as they supposed under 'aaguUhi; tucvrt iifaiot am* epauateO.irer4Rs 1 engraved vignette title page, f punted I knots although they maybe small aud
oadarsevsrs penalties tot Disobedience. the endorsement of th* pi.Intlft'.t-Thel by Weir and engraved by Durand,) and<< ** sound. .
They worked to the utmost extent of their must claim to hold Jinder endorsement. ][ p, (whoa magnanimjty of copious index, are furnished. The .terms 6tB of CLEAB. ft 1 M
v ia'ulUtie* for' endurance, and scanty fed Between them and the atntUts the right fIOull.familia u> alleonver.ant' with his are roca DOLLARS per annum, pttyabU, in inch ihkk, and Inches wide{-best quaiif -
? .with coca-nut-which a* ia. before stated, Co ,strite ..ot doe* not arUMnd cannot x1C life) took on f his epaulettes oft;and presented all eases'is advance. It iforwarded by ,.. .
.i 1* tbe oorr food of.tM, island. The tkrbq..tutivao A contrary doeUhM, I-Jhink would it to lbsf allant but dying Adolphe. the earliest mail to stib.eripers.xeslding 13,000 felt inches measure.
,. tbe*Pt...w. received the Samstreatment materially impair the traninUuion of bill, Tenez," eajdjbe', M votia vf gptaHftHivou put of the city of New-Yprai'Commnin. IB equal,or assorted lengths,not less than
u the whitend war* regarded between title. and our staler State, and a, will be promoted: to a Lieutenant from coition, pott-void, must be'addressed to 18 feet' .
U. any tiling, with less .'01' I.special endorsement which considered a this day, ..nc1.teverothf.r honors you the Editor No subscription received for Ttp delivery toxornmenc early in the
For soou 0New of the fact Yonn.Otbsdiatdlvtdusloriginsllybelongtag gl re*above we>,re safe way of transmitting bills or drafts hasnomors may b. *.'deser red, will be forwarded to a less period than ODe year. Summer,' and be completed my.,the lit rfI
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t+security than a common blank en- your parent In)France. September 1833. | ,. '
to the Mentor, doneooeni I have confidence in the priaiptai Adolphe replied in tears, General, I die NOTICE.IS I Payment will bemade if- required, on
who were left en Lord North's Island fry laid down and if should contested 1 feava achieved the epaxltUc & I each receive4..Ail .
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Barnard Holden Nut ars the I have they hereby given that the for receiving cargo duly Inspected and
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i Captain survivors. ,The first wbq died prevail, th* plaiotiflx will be entitle'on any last request T1 Ie that it be laid at the teen subscription* to the capital stock of i communications touching this subject
only was WilUam EPeldea, a native parson of Manches Ifeij. question alone to recover.Afc'r feephi iel"! 1 :_ _. Southern life Insurance and Trust company 'will be addressed to the 8ubetribu.J08y.OTOTTEN .
.nnM will be opened at the office of Thomas Lt. CoL
Engbwd. About twelve month after ; ,
ter heiandea on the island ha became so weakand och>*perlaquUelnextey at the 'Coaanodoi Dallas M appointed to the Douglas Esq. in the city of 8t. Augustine. Vvfn. Brevet Col.
feeble from want of food, at to be.u- prospect that are opening upon the cootl- command ef tno.West India station of theUnited on the second day of November next at 10 Fort Adams, Newport HarWrB.l.
able to work, and the natives refusing aim eat through the inro latter bars scarcely as the examination of the midshipmen, at time the whole '
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Andrew a native 8avan- jret acquired publl confidence, aad.ta stock snail be subscribed not exeeedwc thirty
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