Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: July 25, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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The following is Cobbett' reply to a weigh anchor, Ac.-but that there was no of whom we have heart!, are the following who was apparently the eldest who told subject next w eek. y I
circular seat him, requesting his cCH>pera. force In their conduct nor violence in their iitdoidiiaU I him thathenad alwaysied a rcfculnr and I Behave not heard of the fate of the ::1
tion in the getting up of the dinner lately language. /i n.VtlI'II.-WUlla Dabfotnl, John F, abstemious life, eating vegetables and drin schrs. Martha and Columbia which were \ !
given to Lord J.. Russell- 'll>o District Attorney, Mr fiend, Insisted Hawkins, Mrs MI\I' retDurtC'n.t"1\ king water. Thc>oung man Will rather I captured by the Mexican Revenue CnttroMonteiumi 1
DOLT Couar, March IX that the case came Into the clear! mean xcr, Kdwin: Moore, daunted at this, Inasmuch as he, liked the not the passenger who were, I
Gentlemen do Hot know of any pointIn ing and intention of the Act of Congress It. Scott, Paul A. Clay Capt--Stuart ; good things of life lie addressed the to..c. taken with the alone mentioned schooners.
my character, or any e\cnt la_my life, of lest winter, An Act in aincndmeutof the John HcibMon, William hOhlon-t'rt'n. ond who astounded him by saving that IlfI 1 he first information that may reach '
which could justify you in expecting .thaI Acts for punishment ofofuices/ againstthe chow, Parson Wilkerson, (in Samuel i ilIOn had always eaten roasted bear, and gone us concerning them, shall hate immediate,, '
wout1'jQln In the scheme set on foot under United! States'* the second section 01 Dr. N. '.V, Floyd and M.' to bed regularly fuddled for the last so en circulation "11
your auspice* for glorifying the Duke1 which enacts: among others things Scott. ty years, adding, that all depends on tegularity. -
ion who rules the Opposition ia the pres "That if any one or more of the crew of //i CVimiM/.-Mrs. Martha %V"iMcllPuxid Third had prelonRrd his days b)' Lrfgk lit,",', ofi'Hiwi: o/Amn'f Beatty N
cut House! of Commons. A dinner to Lord any American! ship or vessel on the high U. Murrell, sir, Mwrlce U Oar never seeking or acccptu oflicej the '[h. truth is., I have no particular 'taatt. !
John Kussell-Heaven protect and save us seas, or any other waters, within the Admiralty ItutJ, Capt. James Warwick J.elg! WmDaiicl fourth by resolutely abstaining from apolitical I only demand that a "(,lI1lnl). which" lit y _I
all-I will see him d 1 first. or jurisdiction of the United States, J< linPerclvolJoha I O. ),"ro, Alexander or religion controlcrrie, & fifth not being exclusive.i think lien t that any ;
At you da not set forth in your letter shall endeavor to make a molt or mutinyon Ligiatt Colin Hneknwif Ainmon l>v gutting to l>rd at sunset, find rising at I body w lio wishes to look Mi J nil*t-l.ottd 1
any specific service or merit of gentleman board such ship or vessel l, or h.\11 com, Hancock, \Villwn Davis., Jr; Richard duwn.-The sixth was apparently much I be '0. 1 he detail with tai panda ot a "'\
on which the honor intended for him I I. hnip, (conspire, or confederate with any Chilton, Charles Moorman, an<\,, Capt.' A, younger than the other "fite-his hair w aless centinicnt t tar instance, I tisrd to think I t'
founded, I am at liberty 'to suppose that other persons on board to make such re II. IMtkc. prey, and there nuts more of it-u pla rater ('Ul.ldJillalf flaxen hair yet ii.ectingone \
tho station which ho ban taken possession! toltormutun', or solicit, Incite or stir up In .l, htr.t.-JolmM. WIHIafl!*, Winaton fid smile, denotinff perfectly easy (','n daywltli a lotely face that had '
olin ye house, by his own appointmcn auy others of the crew to disobey! or rl'lOt..t. Apperson/ Henry S. l.ani Nire, John science, mantled his 'lace, and Inn touwujocund &1I1ItD locks about It, I ihongbtfor a good ;
is tin:.foundation of his fcad.: licit In bt the lawT'il orders of the mister, or other off Itieherroit, Cb\vell! Dabney ftaniel J. and strong 'J'hey were all cur while after that flaxen w"s )our only wear '
feasted: because he has tc.ellll'On! himsel l fleer of such ship or vessel, .r to rcfii c or Witt" Irk, Jesse Salmons, AlcXrh,!'cr Mun I prlst'd to learn that he write br.ten years Harriet O-made me take to black J andy
the task of bringing the Whigs again into neglect their proper duty on |hoard thereof. day: ('dpt. John Warn Ick! Jam"; Lee, and the oldest in the) roach exclaimed > if it had not been for a ton blnation of ,
office. For this reason, and to strcnghten or to betray their proper mist therein or James L. LampkinDoubtlc cur young tivel.er: how lilt yea dark brown, I thctild the other night
and animate: him ia hi* mighty underta. shall ansrmbleiliioth6ra !in atuinutluous s there are many othcr\ whose hate thus rrrll4'ted the freshness <<<'f life ?' list a been .ntrrUd to light brow, II t.)' liar
king, I am called upon to leave my happy or mutinous1 manner, or mike! a riot on names tee bate been unnh[ to .'8111. On a 'I have drunk water & drunk "'intIhate net D. Upon the whole. the dark: btowu' :
fire-side, and throwaway a pound or per* board thereof or shall unlawfully confine f\ of the farms (If the above gentlemen enten meat and egitablc*-I have ebesnt, &c: here it with n>t i hut tins I*
I upon a reeking ncss! amidst the mister or other commanding otfi,'er the lit* hue been partial, on most of them held a public lire-I I hate" dabbled in politics I>ccause: thc crtclcrt: number' rf kind eje
1 infernal noise and clatter, in the ill ventilated thsieof every such person ofleiKhnj shall, ,.utlrp-e>cry spring of the 'YpjMMlon. I II and written religious pamphlet*- that I hate met with have kx,ltd 1i< n tn-
and, in all other respect, uncomfortable on conviction three," &c. I both in the gardens und in tM fields being II III hate sometimes gone to bed at midnight, tier locks of that color. I find beauty Itself I
hill of the Freemason's Tavern-Now Mr. Gray, counsel for prisoner, acid I utterly destroyed. VVehavo heard tho iota got up at sunrise and et noon.-but I avaytpaiit a very poor thing unless Lt'IIutUed: b)' sen* I Iti
geutlenun, what I counfounded old fool that the evidence before the Court would I of iIme estimated as! low as #500, and of promptly for my neiefpaper lt'nt. 'I ho render may take the conlc. j
you must take me for.' not justify their further detention That i others! at high M i'J KKHe shun oa he place, either a* an Instance of v '
I can whU perhaps you haven the facts in evidence did not constitute a I \\ have not jet, howoveh1 Men able toaiccitun FHOM Tut AS.-AN c copy tho following abundenceof riitiim nt on my 'part era*"* ,t,
'. telllO\1 the dinner were designedfor revolt nor a conspiracy! to rc%'olt That the at whit point the violence of the article from a Drazoria Gazette, of the evidence! of went of proper ardor anC in rsrtiallty <-
myself: and compliment to me alone men, from a common canxo\ unanimously! storm abated, nor indeed have we recl'lvt'd.Iny 27th ult. The political condition of the < but I cannot (und that U the plsin .'f
and if yon and the rest of you were to beat refused to Itt the brig under weigh for the authentic uccounl of its progress' be)'ondCopt. T&nmian appear to approaching a truth) think the must beautiful creature '
the solo expenno of it, my .pocket nn purposeof going toe aet, but this refusal! WarwIRIn Amherst Lint it is crisis -a storm Is brew Ing which may agi brautifulortrat all lIttfid by ber cr) long lit 1
touched and free, I f would not take it I j J was accompanied with no lolenco in their rumored Wnd believed, that it pnsicd ate ,he political elements violently but the lo tit next her, or go to a theatre with her '
might thank you but I ;would not accept, language or conduct. -Tlut: !in thus refusing through the county of Amhert 'on itseas. sun of liberty will shine out of the tempest hates to a concert with her, or dance'with i
your invitation I live better at Nor. to ohej th.e orders of their officer. tern margin, bordering on James. River, dispersing the rl.>uds that encompass the her (1 If I could) nr walk In a geld or forest '
manly Tythuij. and far mare sumptiwus-, dray were not guilty of any offence men. and thence into lluckinghnn! and the, km. pconle. with her, or rail her by lei Christian: nerve,
ly even In Bolt Court where I sojourn du tinned in the act of Congress of list: w inlet- cr part <>f Campbell, wilt imdimmWn ".'Ile t. new, and than which none tIll or ask her if theluXe poetry or tie (will, any
ninths jctml, sitting of Parliament, thanI I -the ofl3nct! of 'soliciting,' inciting or violciw, sweeping nway the. growing" be more Important have been developrt satisfaction) her gown for heron to be lJ
should at jourtf-oHy tavern dinoner. I stirring up nny'others of the crew to disobey crops of all kin.is as with tho becalm of doMrii since tho meeting of the people a.t Columbi asked" wl,ether I ndirire her shoe. or take .
have sucking pig! fattened with Indian l or resist the lawful orders of," &c.- ('lion. Among/ the tutTlrer in this direeluni on tho 23d instant.. her arm iten into a dining roam or ki.B '..1
cora, which require no m.wilcttlion. You had not been committed by them thereto we have only hoard, with certain At that time, it was merely anticipatci her at thntmaft, or flu 111ry day, or on a
noo 1 but put a \leg or an arm between your ing not tho slightest proof before the court ty' of Mr J. II Cabell, Dr. M Njx-ncer, from circunmtonccs, thud Texas was! thn'u fly other day or dreum of her or wake ;
jaw, and it will malt away of itself into of such soliciting, inciting or siirri'iij up J. T HocockandDr. Joel. W. Hoode\ ennui with impending ruin. Now, tl eau thinking her, or feel a want in the flNn '
your atomach. I have turnips, at this season The act referred to, make it a crime to car ohlt1!I probably hear further particulars anticipations are about tb be but two wall when the is gone, "or a pleasure the mono
of the ynr: which cut like harrow j I !liCit, incite or stir up ottiert to disobey, of Its piyres m this direction in a day or realized. w lien she appears' -unites ..br hal a face
hive chickens spoonfed with my own <&c. while it Ic ives tho act of diwbctlicm! two. That a law has been passed: by the fan. und i I. a propci, ood-icn>i !red, natural
niMl and asparagus reared; in mv own gar itself unprovided for. It 'war. no matter In Lynchburg, all were tin"ercM.: more oral Congress, by which the colonial 'If sincere, honest who han a love lor o*
de'i, to which I defy the Kin '* table to what was 'IfPJ.fII1 to bo the intention of! or lt-11.1lie: ; gardens",, ninny of v h.oli: il were Texas, are disfranchised, i I. a matter that liter people and girlj Itr thing apart from
show mitch: and therefore, repeat gen.tlonen it.t trainers' Therfl'' was no other Act of highly cultivated, are euiirily d *tro)ed, admits of no doubt. The object U eowil reference and wish to be admired lie
; that if the dinner which you propose CongrcM nuking a mere disobedience of with the n"epllOIof the few \",ft,lablespotatoes seen by the most indiflcrent oboert cr. Wu free would pal) upon me in tic ('our.ofa .
to give, cud haVe the modesty to ask order a crime; The prionerll\\"erf,, there- onions and berU which were in are virtually, made aliens, by its opera week, or even btc,'pie deKagreaLU.' I
mo to insist! you in giving, to Lori John fore not guilty of any violation of,the law a measure screened from the fury of the tton the right of citizen.hereto- should prefer, an intmclled lea-rvp | foi I
It'meQ were intended for myself, should Judge HALL said the case WH* n?>t 'pn>\'i- tempest by their subterranean nude, of cultivation. fore vested in us by Uw, are at one single should expect peitMngfuD lt. I Mnintrf
find great trouble aol Incomenienceto ao- tied for by the law March: 3d, 1839, Unit Nearly prery house in town losta blow I'r 01 trated. Undtrthiapretext, their Impt' 'Nlon made on m* b> a female l'I..ttr
eept it" lint "Y"1I have not the slightest led Stases LAWS pag"\ whatever WM iti- portion of its window pin**.-it i to sup>O" soldier will assume the right of expellin .., band, sold in the idivp b* .. rk- notion of offering me a dinner, you never "idcd thf'reby-it mUht have been and swlttiiXTint Ictwtlmn from nKIKOOUO f..%- the inaabilanu, and all (hedentfit* 1'(1II11t, i II beautifully! turned, though 1 ihr>t>( tt; It
thought of such a thing before I went toNewgate probably was KQ intcnted, hut it was not so nes were cluttered.!! A few chimneys i were tug from year of toil and hardships are I III i Mvmew h> t too pull' cud well led. 'I be t n*
,, ortftct; before I fled America expresMCtL Thu was undoubtedly a combination blown down, several dibpidauM out-bull a-moment sacrificd. gers, however, aredeHratcly "i. iM i the
or on my retnrn, before the reform bill or disobey orders! -but the ort..neeVas dings prostrated, and many tctxyvproutcdFoitiinatclj From Information received last nigh, outline flowing and gracerll.' 1 faneitd .
when it received tho royal assent. You \ no vhero nc\\ out in the United Stnte* ', however, no limf wale lost, I width is entitled l'i the utmost credit, w'e it lo have belonged to acme J jovial beauty
never dreamt: of paying! the smallest homage Ijawx It presented a hard cane, one l bearing though se tral persons received severe con underhand that the tool"mdt'r the ccm. little tae fat and eaten but lavghing withol
or,deference to roe, never, never, iitvfhontd very hard upon the commerce of the tunions .Haul brnti :I. Thousands of birds I nand of General COH, are now embody in, and AS full of good nature. 1
Union-and it ought to be provided for, but anddomeMK fowl! were killed, and the with the avowed inlentkn f>fnitklg a"... I was told it was the band of Madame
ref not complain of this! because it as it now comes up,whatever else lie might trees III the forests und )yards,in which the scent on Texn Their runibcr w ill be about Hrintillim, the femou poisoner Ibe,, i
Is the U>t of all the benefactors of mankind ; think of the matter, tho law left him but featheied (bribe bought shclterc were dives threo th U'8l1dl with Santa Ann word wasnnlconer 'r and why should I claim exception from one course to pursue. ted of the greater (iMirtion of their foiliagj, probably at'thelr head, They hate been from it a* if It had been a toad. It tit now d'Literally
that fate-to be treated with ingratitude lie then ordered the prisoner to be discharged aneeten their bark peeled oflt; 118 though for some t me making preparation for this hidron*),the fat seemed .wellrtln'
ring their lifetime. But U Is vexatious upon payment of the costs, ofAaoear they had been subjection to a ltQdcrltlecnn. moeemcnlsnda largo imnunt of" public and full of poison '1 he beauty added lo 1t 1,
when a natioll, pluming itself on Its judgment >.coipu. nonade. The amount of damage, done in store are now deposited et La Dahla the deform it). You Ttlenttd the grace), .
and discretion goes out of its. way to _ait this pluto and its immediate hcighboxhood The fofefu vessels ia the port of Mata you shrunk from a tnake. Thl woman
raise the trophy of beef and mutton' to a 'atfr Serpent upon Lake OntarioCapt .- cannot, of courne;; be nt present estimated, ImorSs hire already been pressed into the went to the scaffold with a* much inoJ'erente -, ; sort political Jack the Giant KiUl!". And Kellogg the schooner Polyphemus, with anything like prt+cision. It may however service for the purpose of transporting the a* she distributed her J' ieon.. 'J11e "?t
whom are you going to foist 1 One of the informs the editor of the Kingston \\lug. be safety stated at $100,QUO-and w'e tolls. character of her mind insenibily.. The V 4i,; '
I'onrLawaAm ndmt'ftt Dill Lords. Just that ho and ills crew'as they were entering should not deem double that sum an ixtralagintrniimatu. i contemplated I that they will laud atLubuca strongest of excitement w u to, her w hit
think of that. Think of the unblushing the harbor of Kingston on the, lnh InM. in twenty or thirty day, and a cup of tea I I. Ie other pf ople. And such "
profligacy: or IIlIch a thing.' Would it not saw a bonafidelake serpenl75 feet In length We can truly say that we never before their head quarter will. be ....taLJi.hedDCJar. n b! thin character, more or k-ees, .of all meta .I,
be much better, think you, to feast the with a body about the size of flour barrel behold a scene so nwfullv aniline and terrific Il'luty.iature, If one may ao speak, torn '
poor 1 To give! dinners to those whom the ,-The captain, crew and passengers bll as th>l presented by this dorm, both in There have been lately Iranspor led from I ecm to be-tNianllftU.' U kook.aif it wt... #
Whig government,of which this Lord John intimate their willingness to be l'qllalili. its approach and in its There Orleans to Lit Rabin, about MX hundred created in order to show,' what a nothing
BuHNttl was one, condemned to perpetual. ed" to the statement. -No sort of necessity was. but little thunder or lightning, but the barrels pf flour, and aquantlly of powder.These the formal part beauty .bv"ith starvation Cite:, him a diner in decdl A gentlemen ; we are quite Mli, ficd Almdv. descent of the hail Will preceded tor severtlminuto fact arc submitted without com spirit of reference to the, con,td nk>n a'of- "' y
rope's end were better guerdon to Mm and We have not seen witnrePs bttrrr qn&U/i. : by u. monotonous, rumbling ment. Theyspeak loudly for themselves this kind, thai I have net with ttomaq t*?
alt its !supporters tothetbird and fourth gen- t eratlons. story ef the season, decidedly. The eastern thundei or tine deep roll of the muffled the people .think'and act for ,Ihemteltes. of with transport, 'who took a ort off ha*.r s. '
though Dl not dine with of the ,Let them ak what U If be done ? -
But gentlemen, been going down hill drum-and reminding us ominous fly and ..hcbU..recLiD"" eyes, u Ja,
you I'll tell you what I'll do-111 give you in for a year or two past; and notes w hit h precede: the earthquake, approaching The answer ceein to be obvious. OrflanKlatton they had been things walking the earth .i 1
nothing to buy meat or bread to cram your If we recollect rightly, he was only about death, too lut-i to enable them'to ran only be ertixSed by the rstablinh- without a tool,or .nb'lOlDe evil. intention ,
idol with; 4 ut I'll help your cookery. I' sixty feet long at the last nd iccn.. Our ownopinIon avail thcnikehes of the warning. The meat of a pro"illlonr&1'lvernmc tLIt, The woman who supped with the Cot;! le, ia ';
hate nfndiron, for which I have no ,Ion- is,.that Cnpc. Cod will have to rloudvwrre nn unnatural aspect, tinged I ;? "BdAZoxit!' TEXAM, 'Juno 27.Id the "Arabian' Mghu, must. .have been a 1i1r m tf I.
get;any need; it was provided fora special give up the snake buviness. Our enterprising with a greenish hue, und rolling and piich-, pjrsuanceof a resolution passed at beauty of this\ *tea' K .- (/: In
.occasion now past and gone, but has near fellow citizens at the North West", Ing in thc 'Moid hOln....-*-" with startling the meeting on Tuesday, wegite place to Cry Um Dean* .Th DetrVcTlon"are t1'..
yet been used ; I. will give it to YOU, and will be able after a little practice to velocity and fury. Luckily, however, the the letter of our Chief, calling/ on us for 'mall, their fur Uof a, .wry Bhe goy :...,
you shall place it in tile middle of Smith. outsnakr them entirely. wind wu.jroniparati\el mildexceptfnra! men to sustain the, Gotornor.; We think black they are geoartUy seen Ui pair and j. '. .111:
field: For fuel\ I recommenced' TI-U to take It'tstxard Ike tail.uktsAip lake Itt very brief{>!1ce, when it exhibited that angry the Chief hat been too precipitate in 'hula hough they seldom kill ,auy'perapqthey't;:
the poor laws amendment' bill aforesaid and v iy."-. : dirt, in which I its tremendoue power call; in all case where the interest of a t'OmtJ\IIIJYluXk all whom they piect-,
Pee! .bill, and the Irish coercion and and I f.I moet fearfully displayed.! Dnrinf that community are concerned, the people On the eastern part o(&lie bland' in th* U>.w' "
this very Lord John Russell'. Dissenter'stullefbill -reo8cl: o, July 2. brief space the war of elements" Mirutnlctly should be consulted before any measures d\.atOltrlctl, they '
and if these are not enough yon Tue STOBM'! It I are taken which invohe them In diffi heJtoa.vtood .are yf nr
impossible* to ghfny a. > wrapped the largest objects in obscurity may fond of the fruit of tree and
may thro win-one of When Brougham'sacts thinjpike minute and detailed arcotMitof that a house, within I few pace, culty. A* there were no measures whichcan congregate in great numbers where It '1 ,
to make a blaze. you have kindled -, the ravages of Jbe furious and destrucive wa totally lost to sight. commit any one taken at 'the meeting Thbsherlee. Uthe lea Bear groe.. *. I
ft Urge fire, and the bars of the gridiron storm, with liich we were visited en It U deeply duttrcwring\ to took aboard we give1 the pfOO4l8dinfl" and remark of India,which b i enark aM4, or fur.IIJU"the Hag" i tx,
ola *r boat. then take Ihelit- afterttoon las hurried notice f In full. meeting
are Saturday tke n' of Ibis rdanutuous storm of it* tongue. TbviutlveilioJd ,
upon a'il thM wt.
broil >
tie man and him alive upon the heap which appeared inMoiidaj-B paper. Our -to see the labor of Ihe faruer for so many .is Axed to-morrow oy which we shall malt in-freat fear. and when attacked ,
Let O'Connel blow the bellows and WLiu Information from the country is entirely blasted be able to fled out the true sentiment of the bra, ,, by
mouth all ia an instant, and they brow them*!v.* riow a to ;
tie Ilarvery ply the poker. When the flflnwtlanguishes. too partial atdliinttditoadmitof1t. \\ e In some instances, we fear, the tery weans people, which: shall be published next fen dactleYNI the bear*thea vent,their pro--tCI + ;
Lord Btanly throw in a have learned however i IU week. The address of Commandant Jen-
may : that drat trace. of subsistence of himself and of those rep upon prostrate vktum andlliuUlir
lu'tle of the oil of conciliation to receive it; arediscernibleonthefarm. Dear the''base dependent upon "kim, entIrely nit ott. In evil! Co*, will also! be found, )in our Column* leave thaw minus an 'ear or, a nose.,. ?
and U soon as Lord John ia dressed to your of the Peaks 6f Otter ia Uelford county, to day. 1r4
such case, however, it is not the-part ciber dead-witb fr ghs 'nl linen lnvenail/1"
cut him and distribute him limb 18or 20 miles (V of this Providence bust length favored eta with *
liking, up (some qt place) ofdutyornlsdoin, to waste our time which state they remain umll
by limb, to the poor whom- his party hue hough in that immediate'oegbborhood the in mofnjura and complaints. 4TbeA are the most refreshing and congenial tbower found and btvuftf; >i bums thcJ accUenuUlr irirmUi! '
ground, robbed and cast out and ruined. damage is. eomparately triviaL PrngreiM- thy works, Parent of tio"d r not lea"titan of rain,:.in.t tie uick of time, to ave thecrops. and'many died from the effect '*.( thei ''
word morebe sure and send to WOo with occasional from direct It b pleasing to notice what .
One vhv
leg eastwardly the seed-time aDd the harvest the a wound. It .is. however' diflirult -
burn Abbey for a fat or. Take It-it Is pub- : line, and gathering violence as they the latter rain. These who have"rly.o4 suffered Ible chance ha. taken place 'In the ,eotmte- a European: to discover: the very for;
nature and
hcpropeJty. The parliament., In day ofdwpomm 'I rolled onward the cloud poured forth, by the visitation still bate it In their power maces o(all farmer.,ainee; vegetation. oflhe injurkamitalted by the native.&eiw '111.e ,
look tha ground out Which it inexhaustible comraenct ) f file.Va *
from apparently magazines, new payjiow expect
the ; wild
alleviate ubti-
to greatly to. calamity, by I but U :U quite clear to ,,
ehurch .nd gavebt Row- ,
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showers of resp.t plentiful harvest. Surce
from haihtl'Of'a-or. more
crazes properlynwaklag. fur a* practicable other one that >n nh
I as crop, !every teat jia ut pe ant
ell the brewer. They had no more right to masses of ice,-atrippingtheor. which to the t.rme.N-pea .bappiaeMjuid
: mature with more, rapidity in prow bear etWrot mark* of Ute"Noelt*of three
do to than you'hue too into wyarm chard. of their fruits, and the garden of: place of those which have been destroyed pettily to Texu; t "I : aa ::
stead and take mother Marshal1" fat:hen heir vegetables beating down the promising -J(rilflaa. HtiiTU or BajuwatA...Tb* ,health: ,o( 1i pwticsekrMrarea.provincitt
off the roost Therefore make restitution Reid*of corn level with Ihe earth, the our village b uocomnwHily good at thta time contain th..yollowhng'pdteruibn, pa
to the land. Take the Deblord ox and rites sulks mashed laid jelly and the. odder I e--- -but one ease of fcvr has a* ret occur tor
it wbole. torn into shred*-sweeping offtbe wheat., i A BIKCCUB AovriTcars Ouee' upon red. ;,* peDifferentrnmenfromtheupptreouaiiy anted aluwaenuWt-d'A7oungEreacb"glrl r,
__ ye and oat*, ae if the scythe of the reaper a lime a traveller stepped into a icoach. I ; the, a* boaae-coald t she roust rUe. t.r- .
From rt* 1-Cartie,D*'. Oaztlte tad paasedover the fields and scattering He was young man starting In that six or eight| person have been aur Ere f\a hat moroteg clean light the drawirg room
.DECISION.. life. He found all about him the Indian. abort Weweoodenuud ant th gate she roust never
IMPORTANT % abroad the beady ripened grain, a* if the passenger dared by a tine -
A case of great inportance to the mercantile processes of"II...104 threshing had been IU greyhtadad, and extremely aged men. that three eompanie tit I&.rm4 inliYb tLe;,! ":d'|e. or *o interest came before the Wrtrlel Court aanmultaneoii work. In one word ta* ,The youngest appeared to nave seen at ranger are How la pursuit of the oiurdef.er Df'TQIT HOMI. 1
Delaware, at this place on Monday lot. entire trtp of eoaatry which wae within last wtatervt" Our yntag traveller a. should. resolved. 'tbat'"intosecond
gtx seamen of thebng l.dependeaeeCapt. the track of the u>rw-cupponed to be. struck with the singular mild and happy .1 Hioee: thai above wa put In type we un : pcrchaM. at all evuu 'pn
strong tear I
Eckfeldt were brought upon Aabres ws, mile aad ,a half la width and probably aspect which distinguish hie felowpwidngeey derstand that one'of the' companies* over enough Jo me. therefore
revolt and disobedience determined to ascertain the hauled with pitched upon a pots( be was, to he the .ae.tinted .
pill charged with from fifty to Mxly'nulec in length-exhibit secret a party prisoners ihtt lo** Jlke
0f orders The evident was, that they most distressing scene vf ,dwelt_ of a tong life, and the art making of one of the white Wa protallyv shall 'was M ao phraan iionieiue; MU about hia.a cU"_moef i" U I.*

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l rVJly |.but ha unluckily moved Hire a car be a passport ( fertile and extensile -country, in had applied lot assistance .tol .
tlel! litrenagrtteacer.a.lnntoahotse The army of all the productions of the errth may Prance and England; in terms of the quad I 1 .p 1f Jilt S ( 6jUI. .
,,th It.. woa t tl i ?' il< ,U in cterml trial 4ciio f fivour: ;' and l with the greatest cane and abund simple treaty, In confirmed by the fact thatdespatches ____ 8ATUHDAY.JULY: 25, 1835.
'' '. le nj t, s : Of jJ/ni ma vrithm. an *t& of MarMy present ", ) being'in article otsuch great value at Aladrid have been received at the Foreign the fins of the Steam Boat ..
'ii.l pen uu!me>, .eaetlo"'hoW "no go plunged into jtomincrclal world.' Office. There is'no truth,' however, appearance Merchant,
at a.l Ii'1 Inn l ,when 1 Aral Drought him i wouklbo glad : Daron has ample funds of his oVn: in the rumors current to day In the city, or then lying at our wharf, just ready to set off for
ro jt of the pe 'as a I lark but i ippoae he hid not bttn: n'pei but site dares n Canal: \wing the most important of: announcing immediate military operation MoWe. He returned tart night And shp,.
far Hl-lve month the tnJ of the of France separately In execution -
at a un4g takings, we have no doubt on part about itl"
asked thing tits reader,
m.ie: nl hu pluck" was fane, And my n r tract of success. of the quadruple treaty. It 1. true that you any
wrath bd;;,:itt'| my spurs wero sharp but hiekico NEW before our renders this inter the consideration of active measure in pure Nobody but we chooM to speak fit it The &c&.
I It rAg,ii> I ash'stick bra.ight him to 20 communication,. we hope from the suanceof the objects of that treaty know I*, that the trip was of u much Importance to use
'his eit-es,'and' restore 1 'the' equilbriumi Dear I the Co ngre now assembled at Bo forced upon France and England J but no and u full of stirring incident and adventure; ,
r Day, it did more, it actually compelled 'h Inform you of that they will give their, aid to a steps will be taken unless joint, by the Gen Jackson's excursion to the '
center, and,' if roy arm 'only had been! in truction of pt : to the benefit of universal com Allied PowersGlue.death ai Rip Raps, can
f"ult, ,I had: still strength. enough left 'to of us. Out and put an end to the long and dan be to him. We could tell such a tale of"moving t
Juve co.ixed the canter into a gallop : bill ness of the voyages round the Cape into the When,on the of; the Empress Catherine accidents by; flood,and field," at would be exrciK
a' ,alas t when we arrhed' at that focus ot At' half past .. tiuch an undertaking has long Paul amended the Russian thrdne, ingly interesting I -oumtU1, but we forbear--
roa.l and confusion, Battle-bridge, whet! were visited ,,and We hope to see in accom he went accompauled only by his two eldest '
that is to Lave time for
er it was that he knew not which eoui.e to wind, which under superintendence of Ba 1I00S, the Grand Dukes Alexanderand say, we no such an Infliction
to take,' J cannot say, but he in Doctor 'nlien ;' with whoso talents and Constantine, to the castle in which upon the reader. W. m.iahuell' too, of -
rim iL iLt bie! full career ao abruptly, that f found my- man street knowledge: the public are well ac stale prllOner.\\'ere confined, released Kos- the cheerful friendly smile:with which we were
salt upon his neck; Instead of hu back,and New street.. .. ciugko. & in the following'words did horn almoat everywhere greeted, on the < bad ha advanced another yard, 1' ttwuld red. : ll'ad of a\>ritatt lstlerdufed Pan- ago to bis \rtue.-"I restore to you you the Alabama hue .smite which said
undoubtedly have found my back' oil ,the Henry ;26t4vJ/Auy,1835.;: sword, General,asking you to pledge your -a ingly asa
gruunl. I decided on mf course\ at' ollee was killed in this mctneot received my letter word nevermore to use it against the Hussains. smile can peak, "my'dear' fneni, t am 'overjoyed -
-I walked him to the Veterinary Collegn Beard's son, Bogota,.aud' the intelligence they ." Koscmsko is said tu have declined to sos yoa" Tin jji.i!c.ral "lection In
t ascertained that his wind was 'as thick/.* itreet. I ), Is very ati&Cl& t01Y. u. La. Bare the sword, saying, "I need none having Alabama, take place on tiif: firs*'M. uLiy in A"u- .
his carcase" 'and. sold him at Oborhe'. jured. arrived at the Capital twenty two now no mother laud;"but pledged his word "
next Any to "a timid old gentlemen," for A'man from our deputies. He writes to as to the prieD of J his liberty. The Czar gust, and all the public places are tiltxijcjwith :
'whom lie was exactly suited. there 11'1 i' much follows:-" Tlw President gave me then inquired hither the released prisoner caiMlhlatnt and their IniuJ" IL... only
lother" charming" brut attracted my owoy: few cordial reception and read over with would go? To which Koscmsko firmly necenary to jircneiit among them a'face whichhas f
attention. I am" nut much of u dandy at \ the proposals for the Canal replied, "To American where I sh.ti been seen there about once a year, for ten yean j
,any time! J' ttp some confounded.itl-luck Its course In the &kindest manner to ex- find brothers in arms and glorious recollection C
I went to the stabloa on this occasion in anew I wide it would his influence with Congress to meet .. pant, to call forth all the amenity of uaiiner for '
coit, new hat,' new tro\(' ere,. and ; street, but' iri of the Baron } and added, that wuitli those who love the people,"'are so re- 1
with iu fashionable an exterior aa the gloiw until it camo give 10 years of his life to have ,Tht. IwlaHt.-We understand "a ren markable. We advice'all who wish to be well
of a tailor' stop: can give.. To make mat the entire worH fully executed during his ad contre took place bctH ecu a party of Indians rerVivnl at Mobile (which though always hospitable
'ten worse, I wore, tvnat I seldom.used an and Into the bo all looks well." of the Mioaanfcy tribe soda party 0 f "
e'eglaaa. The consequence was. Inevita- standing in its whites in the neighbor hood of the llogtown and kind u particularly just now) to avail
bWyThe ."eeLelt little park horse tint A Pol U- Q mTO: F1" settlement In the 18th ult in which one of themselves of the next trip of the Merchant De
ever,ivas cro e4' was, of course, the 'n- raem as he hate frequently hcurd bitter com the Indians was killed and another so severely chary of your name- ay nothing about jour
ry thing wanted!, I thought so toot but be 11 1 not el from tho Ludits,. (we say noting as wounded that he was not ,expected rsaideneo-wear a board brimmed hat and put om I Ia
,the good nature of the dealer saved my was a truly gentlemen,) against that annoying to live. T,hreo of the white men wtrc bad-
pocket, whatever might no his good inten The cries of disgreeable inject, the Muxque ly wounded. The circumstances M faros quid, cotton planting air, and Cnllam has no-
(ion, I wai ell owed to,make trial of him and shrieks are placed in having a remedy, we bate ascertained are as follows ;- lUiiig good enough for you Iced punch and mint
We dined a quadrillo together with every] and fear> and is represented as a sure' preventive It appears that a party of seven Indian juIi.M areas, Ineibauatible as the squrces of tau
.gn' 'le!ica i and lady that we met mounted' ry one,, made sting,which we found publish went out of their bounds clandestinely, for Alabama. But to come at once to the point at
in Hyde Park (' and I soon fount that the day of an. enchsnje paper. The, Ladies, the purpose hunting. After a short time have
N lovely creator: '\tu better ,salted 'to Al fearful anxiety they/ find it effectual, will at least, they separated and agreed! to meet again at winch we been aiming all along we trust'
mack's than to mo. llepanayed away in overtaken to bestow'on the little red \\his- certain spot five of them hat assembled that the absence of the editor daring the week
style by the band of the guards, till every Editor, the justice in saying he when they were met by the parlp of white I will fa deemed a sufficient apology teethe want
toldi r grinned a salute, aud no rhetoric TUa l I In remembrance, the Fair S'et. men who disarmed four of them and flog of nUonol matter'in the present number of the .
of mine could divert him from his obvious who passed pretext Ml/usquetoe.-Attach a ged them with their tow-whipa They '
; purpoie\ of ca-orting them to the palace. them by the : Flannel or apunge to a thread mude wefe in the act of whipping the fifth when Gaiette
Ono in let 1, I prevailed on hint to turihit ) : the top of the bed stead,. wet, the the other two Indians made their I
h.ia,1, but it win: only to ;>o*.ay the M. or sponge with comphorated spir- I who seeing what was going on appearance raised Dta'\> CIKJanet ManhaU,
nth! way, with his rump instead of his the musquctots! will leave the the war whoop and fired upon the whit It i* with deep regret that we"announce this
faa ta.l ; 1 Oliver II "'-Saranah Jtrpub.: The fire was returned which killed one and painful event, which happened on the. Oth in.
rau" : [ )< ; a: Charles' : wounded the other fatally. On the re- tent, at Philadelphia We copy the following
ho jive "i ,.pr.ml that wouli have clotted 3 U your basket I YflU'good for nothing ceipt of the information
at the Agency *
a acre I\\1I/IIf.\ / and then fai,ly bolted r mini 4 Richard wretch you I" said the maid-Mdo Gen. Thompson! ,the brief nouc* of the history of this distinguished bi
,13 ut speed 1.1 his stable aif:iln I I wffulda 5 Francis II our folks to hasten dinner on summoned a council of agent all.the immediately Chiefs and dividual from the Charleston Mercury
*,,.m f f Idle :i Till dog as uke such'ano- 6 Joseph ? line times, truly, when a laid tbe matter before them and Mr. l\larshaUwllIborn in Virginia on
(if the. Juce with ndmdy. [Tho adventures ,,7 John U. Dale boarders, i ill to be turned out of disclaimed knowledge they.of unanimously the the 2 lib of September, 1795) and, u ear. "
( "of u iJuKlun in in !",, :arch of a Horse,JFitnth 113 A. P. V. coarse to accommodate an inso transaction, agreed to any deliver the culpritsup ly as the summer of 1773 remved a coranmsionaa -'
18 Qoorgo 1 If you don be patient, you to be dealt with according to the laws uf Lieutenant of a'company of
V. V C<4r. .47111 F.Tt1i'lrer 17 Octavins ) hate: any thing" ")'\'. been patient the white man. Minute men, and was shortly after engaged -'
T,M i.ita jj'\lrb'1lic in this raptfU: and 18 T. A. (.'\' ,'! stoutly replied the ragged Urchin. We have Ih the battle the Great Bridge,'where
thi vtHvt. whtih so fortunately tilled. at 19 Domintck bad, ma'''ys It'is,wail till 4 o'clock who the above particulars from a the British troops, under Lord Dunmotr,'
was '
an, in !tmiti P; > e..CIQieer, hive'pro- 2i F. B. day, before wtrcalha'e: our dinner. and gentleman travelled the present'at the council, ,were repulsed with great gallantry. Ufo '
da .U vha o,Tjcl pf h.a.Q'JUnrt'tho vlogtaa' 41 A. R. sa)'s, ,tXL that you d u't'send so further that County the at the time. Hi. wa subsequently engaged in the' ipemora-
Lou i;r ii.. They ua. ya been eitcour igema u I W loraco.N, 1"t >cc.""jVvv'it might to. The first diana and whites staicmouts bT the' In .W. 'battlwiof- Brandy w mei, :Gennan o,. ., ,
in all
agree respects, ex:; null Monrnouthfand in'1780 ODtalnctftV&cence
thirsts The Council Government hat she hwf"unUo suit her; ahU .
pre >'Uelai si1ra/ito4heQheenttn which I' DCATH or: like the breast of the chicken In- cept whites as to 15 number 20. of' the Indians..Tbe' ; ,-, to practice Law. He'returned ih, .
,they prey luf Mijwty U use the stron jtt Enoch of the hind leg, and she says the say Army shortly after, and.continued In the,
m A'i j to peat the ajfi tators don| and theO 20th of ain't near so tender thia-spring as Five of the Indians i are now in confine service until the. termination' Arnold's. Invasion. -
'>. srn,vent ha ded red intention to do lived the life, last fall; and she wants you ment. ::' ",
u ,.rifl4, t ,\1I1.t> 'F.w a'
yetterity, After. \'>urt discussion, city on the at all"You. Impudent little An enterprising! New .Engender near member of the State Legislature, and ,
t"rd d 13 aa ddrem exprevlire of their revolutionary you, you"shan't have neither good Fall River, purchased 20 years since 116 the Autumn of the same' year, a member
horror at the attempted ajw.*.lnatton, and some of the you nor/our mother, neither, il acres of land in Louisville.. Ky for 8673, of the Executive Council,.and married in
: dad'nail that "its ruluro presented to the Birch of the lip here to dictate to us what we and for which he la now offered >g275,1 UI1 1783. In 1788 he was elected as Kepresen..
:nutiin a distinguished! 1)&tno&-... pearance or you" "Well, I know one thing, tative of the city of Richmond In the Legislature
L i .w)pl* were sovaroly commented: on by.Al- !such he was ma'can't acconmmodated to our Arkansas will soon be a new State. A of V } continued to occupy -
) calt rinuno: Whose "m f&ill rentainf, In and Aid.')' 1IJ<<'11 patrvwie tame other Hotel.- public meeting has been called for taking ,that'station, fore years 1789, 1700,
t f''a jjrret prison I Isturiz. aodtheConde de or him tq be Tratu. consideration the speedy admission! of 1701,. and upon the recall.of Mr. Monro,
las \4vaa, who' constrained them Into ennpocilnf nonuse in '- that territory into the Union" Twenty-one a. Minister, from rt.n(' ,.pJ't'8ideot Washington ..
; the conluct ofthe '')Mmlstfy";- the error Is is excellent sense ift the following counties' have a population" 37,07., by solicited Mr. Marshall to accept the
;dnthn besought his tri b4t tp abstain Is no doubt { ,-In England and the United the census just taken, which number Is appointment as his: successor,:but he res .
!.rro.lI ,..tht ai in lhl course be was fohlo.vei dated to the mourning n carried to carried to greater than the hole territory of 30 coun- pectftilly dfclined. In 179U he was elected
s I by totheri.whlleArguelles by: a aophinglof; ( .. A traveler, from the European ties contained in 1830. The, total population and took his seat jn Congress,-and iu
I ltroi'i-ehrtionof"No't electrified the thecae, of is supposed to see so many pea probably numbers about (\ I wh ie Chamber This. course wu adopted made to play \ : ... in black in both these countries. On the 31st day January, 1801, he became -
{ by three other. benefit of die one day, lady of my acquaintance Forgery in IhgK Ltfe. The New York Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
A doaai Jerabla number of members did go. the a gtUage on the sea shore, Transcript df Monday states that a forgery of the.United states, which distinguishedstation
not attend on the oeca.k> .\tbere helD I siderably, a* It from New Votk. She.was in moue to H very large amount has been committedon he continued fill with unsullied
I 79 present, ,of whom W ote4, In favor lion supposed she told me the reason of her sombre the Rev. Mr. Schroeder, of dignity, and pre-eminent ability until the
1 1i 'of the address. ..Tbe law f9rtb arraogetaeutoftheinterualttebtnaj purpose much some dl.ikmtrelation had died, by two young men ol. highly respectable t"0He of his mortal career. His biographer
been agreod I Blanche and said I. "I saw you In morning half connexion/" "one the non of Bi bQr.Onder- eloquently ob en.-" What Indeed trikes I
i I to in Ihat'Chacjiber.,' The expectation of (dropping ago: for ,,'homt..u'that'l""Wt' donk, and the other a son of usaa the ,most remarkable in his whole
J r some peculators, that there would be ,a of little. then in mourning for Mary, in)' "ha Tibbcts. Tibbets is now at Bellevue a- character, even more than his splendid talents '
I visas proposed to enable the Minister of during ht.lsleri"for*hOIll were waiting his trial, and his companion is not k the en tire consistency of bia public,
i 4a''tO aend th :'bonds of,the home 8T mounng for then fou may 1'11111-i yet arrested. The forgery consisted in affix life and principles. There IS nothing either -
THE : ing Mr Sehrocder'a unma tn a hunk ..h_.,k. which call for
t consolidated debt on;tlf the country by that JUt tre tofLhi. natitte up- : """ apology or conceal.
'making them payable abroad, baa ,hitherto 'By the a whole circle was opposite to lugu- which I I &they subsequently got cashed.A : merit Ambition netrr seduced him, from
i been disappointed, and (he .foreign .mark- stitutional del ]I A proper regard for our departed bis principles-popular clamour never "deterred .-
l eta "UI'nt be overloaded with yew etock.'This which loaned d shown by external signs, U, uu young girl was presented to James I,, him. from the Strict performance:of .
Chanjbar bM bee, adjourned tint rf*' 13th, us I ; becomkig for a civilized man, as an Eogliah prodigy, because she was, bis duty. Amfd the extravagances of party
I 10 allow the Pr cores to proceed' with the I that the object with our feelings. But If tour deeply learned. The who introduced spirit, be stood with the elasticity suoess. "
bills" when the prorogation is expected. dopted by the r cartied to wch an' extent as ill Lug, her boasted of her person proficiency tn ancient .. Relived such as man should lire,
1 Extract oft i letter.,from Madrid, dated I ron (reae, in the United States, it has no more languages.!: "I can assure by and with his principles. If w* were
..the 2 r b inch, received by express:-"The I nication across thai) the geing into mourning of a ly," said he, "that she can both your speak mage tempted to say In one word in what he excelled ,.
I following are the" minytea of resolutions. s I likely to be a<< 'de by ,toe high chaimberlaln, and write Latin, Greek and Hebrew ell other men; we should In
r come 10 -jterOay t- prise} ,"-7. flJ(: e prince or princess of a distant dy "These are rare attainments for a damsel," wisdom ; in the union nftbat Yirtuewhlcb'ripened
I "' I. The urgent ncceaaity of -a ,foreign"intomnfon I' to whkh the mourner are no fur Mid James but tell she under the hardy discipline ofprinctples -
which the If We are ; pray can with that of
"' without govcrn- ,the 'tixe of the. word spin. knowledge -
i'tae it is unable put down the Utaurrectiorf It known. that bet areen tkt.rvliog bead. Besides nanny allied and refined its old treasure, .
| or the CarlUts, or atop the progress of, reeled VvA s>i state of ihbigi which may eri-- -' and as constantly gathered new The Constitution
new Granada inteffere with the whole life of an Prince TallfyramJ-\ fc ;er from Par,, ; since Its adoption; owes more ''\
Its t S/TbtCoapcil of Eegpney. the p t- italofthis :A f<*n%:a i*born toW marri- is say it I.1 generally thought that the poltical to him titan to any other alnela 'mind, for /
late"1M eonsUtpted authorities, the, cutting a .Cabal. reqi'fet previous acquain career of the veteran Talleyrand Is. its true .Interpretation and vindication.
t troops of the garrison of 'Madrid the,'army own waters! and all things,*'now 'stand, acquain lot quite terminated, notwithstanding his Wbether lire or periahea,bb exposition
of the ndrtb, 'and,the people 'devoted the.latter aYJ ao t generally take pUce without formal leave taking some :months ago. of its prbwiples wW ie an enduring ;nonUlDen -
i to the existing tofertain* t, cwvlamd In and intercourse mourning,, however: The Prince shows hlmteICc'ery..where to h..fame.0 ton,.. lOUd reason.'
this necessity, TouJly'drfaoand the tatty p, Boat updaimal[ a young lady 0\1'oho'iet1. have displays vivacity and, vigour altogether lug, profopnd analysis and sober views
eo-operatioa provided for by the _quadni- }han tea feet families in y bicb young.ladies con asioiilahlng for bas age. At the assembly of government;shall Invite the: leisure or I
t !1 pie treaty, and consequently en"reIO' re01vp It Is to wear caonrning for some distant of)!. ,Dupio, a few nights ago where the command the attention of statesmen and
the foreign, auxiliaries u friends and betweeu the from their Seventeenth 'year to ancient diplomatist was the lion of the eve &.. .
, prote-tors, vf a carriage t1-ft,.,);;a:very serious affair ning the fopic of his reported new mission lie died calmly and tranquilly surroun.
I "*. a Under prejnnt:eircu = theinterveition eon. but ladies cease aanch carber0 be con "".introduced and London and Vienna ded by three of his children and many valuable
should bllmme coh-: Steam q \ as floating the full tide 'ot mar- were the subject of compartaon. Talley- friend The blow wu not unexpected -
t gist or 00 OOJ men.' tampla.ted. .' than la .other pan of the and always giving the preference fo the: and he war ''fullyprf pared. But a few
"The e three pants have been approved MeTeaslUle Borne avoid this uconvelneoce by former, wound up the conversation, aa u- days since be penned an inscription for his
by the nunUtera I ant the amba a.dora of onto any bails semioQUrnlng, which never anal, with a ton mo/-"Ja cute trop vlenx ombtftone. : .
Fraaca and England have affixed theft signature chandue would, make: aver) unfavorablae Imp", ... me amis, poor retouroer en mrnere,"-(I I
.* to tbia as fortifying their bulna ttrom is| a mockery In such a con- am too old, my friends to retrograde) We learn that the United States FrigateCoHSTBLLATKm
L To chit tiiemmUtara have accededtoZnl aW not subject -. sho,,"s too'pulnly-"-I mourn. at present lying at tLe Navy
that: Spain should hold herself liable quimj to keep a reeve not f think tbe German and A case of foge fy has occurred in New Yard G.o por1. will be fitted out immfllately -
to Franca for all the charges and upenset many other are mere ratianarin regard. to the Yord In aa unexpectedquarter.. A van of -destined for the west Indies, and
,which" the expeaitioa may frf'ate. This has pointed out : of mourning.*-Lefber. Bishop Onderdonk, and a son of the late E- rill bear the brow pendant of' Commodore -
,saItsinatatfmingstate. .AII the troops. dressed through 'i U ba Tibbets have forged f check to a DALLAS who will *>o out' In !Jer.BUme. .-
pre abort" |..."1I1.'iC&1 and Navarre' ex- 10 the National oj Mr.: n.-I This lady heavy amount on the Rev, Mr. Schooler .
apt thai P+mtemas and St. Sebuti*n It appears May hit In Dawson street,.Dub. of that city.. Tibbets has been committed, -
trill bA reUll\ for which pnrpoae: they tails with the a |long and painfully Mines, which but OoJerdonk Is still at large. There baa been discovered In tbe familyof :
'are pMriu'ad. Our poailbM! \ w delicatenxlety favored, with that cbeerfulaes* sod, pious. the liubbards, of Boston, an original
I \V.ure IlI\kl"1 with treat for the this giganiie eo w)kh might have been gapes :; APPOINTMENTS. BY TilE PRESIDENT likeness of Doctor D: Vranklin" taken about
1lIw"r. or Ersn9e 84 J"'''04. It the viduaibetjeflt, << her wrttltigs and bar the 23th year of the phtlitoycpher's age.
60,01) French da not quirkiy/ enter Spain shorten tbe Mail \Vlw4..lIu1' u be Attorney for the
It I wilt b't tabll u prootthat \"d, powersSSaTOScW New Zetland,' characaer'-i' Southern District of Florida. Governor, Eatoa. and ,...01.16lW thw city
ilU'IU8ITU: tit & do.I ding io establish ; LoaM" )#U I Joe A'' Piati. to be Coi sal Cor...,.. oa the 27th ,Juna.for thf Eastwards
{, for & & will ropean plan sad. current report that S&J&Dy laltt. :port of Draioria Texas.,. Meltlco.R _i. Deaieer. r

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PORT OF PEXSACOLA.Arrived. to my custody on the AVISO obtained letters of administration : from oer. '
CAME until the-.
H the I w'ill.be received
inst a man
negro on the Rotate of i lancfsCu Role,
Ai. sUe named DAVID, about deceased from the Court of F.s- March last I March next, for the fort
Brig Payti, Staples Ualtimore. Cargo Couuy olrthe .
of .. I Harbor H. 1. o1.I
old about fitsfeet convicted Newport ,
to the master. : thirty-five years cambia those who have claims agal.athe nt'fro I ,

Schr. Lady Madison Noon, M.bUe.Fremont : ten inches high, says hebu.o.tg Estate are requested lo |>ieenttlreu !eg lly Jury theaum I {! YELLOW PINE LU)( :,
Col. Robert Gamble of Leon t'08lsofprotetutlon.
Sylvester Mobile. ,. to attested for settlement and thoM' Indebted I r
County a.td that ae ran away in the month are requested to make psv nxntMARIA I bleton ii about l\\ BER.
Caroline Dobertson Marks.
Sloop of May las'. TucownerU request e l tocoine GERTRUDE ROTG. bout five feet even of sawed timKcr.
Departed.Schr. forward piove property and take him away : Adm'jr. I' fair complexion and 'I *.-each, 31 feet long by 12 In

Maria, 'ingalls, Nasseau, N P. or he will be dealt withaccoioing to law. .\prU 21Jth IS>>.-T.-RL I ned toatop w hen i 12 Inches.
27,000 feet Lumber 73.000 Shingles by H. EDWARD SUN AC, shouldered blue e>'r each 20_feet long by 12 inches

Kelly. City .Uur,Au/. J'TIiinrLWC1TWho1alai d I The said l1aDlbl i cbc.. I

Schr.Cotton Elizabeth by C., Forsyth C Keyscr, N., 30,000 OrlfJaDI..8Dales feet July 18-19-lf.Notice* Streets.buildihg: Corner Patafox- and Roaruana Bank I I hug fore WriJhui paid will Hamblcton his be given fine. ('! .0 sawed"inches.-,-joists.each 31 feet bug,'by 1?.in .. 4

Lumber, by the Master. persons indebted to the Estate of June 20th 1KJ3.-15.-tf. "
ALL I I na Jackson County *,-each 23 feet long by 12 -
Sloop huntsman Hernandez, N. Orleans.12,000Bricks
) hS COUU deceased are requested .
toJamca W. Exum 0 hes-inc .
C. Hubbell. 1 Ilatlk or 1seneaeoln! ; I
bfL. I W make immediate I.'mcnand those hating
each 21 feet 12 lay
< ,- long by
3rd semt-annmU di :
Brie lIay\l, Stalls, Franklin La. 33,000 claim against said estate are requestedto DIVIDEND. Deputy C inches.
feet Lumber by toe mister, presenMheir accounts properly attested ('nt is this dar declared : i "
for BctUement by ihoBankolPennacola', Stockholdersare April llth 1833. .-each: 18 1-3 feet long by 12,

List of Letters BENJAMIN COBB. requested to call and receive the same; 21't.C ( U inches.' 121 Ian 4
12 feet long by
Adminislr.aIOW'1ul1 By order: of the Board of Director ,
teaaalnlnif UM Post Office PensAcola I ltirr'ttrr furiul U .inches '
18, 1833-ia-Ht WARDK blKCIIAN.Atrting the
Saturday Inches thick and 12 inches
July 23th 1833.-K3"Persons enquiring Cothtt. ON between the planks ,

for letters on this list will ask for advertised It tic\\tlunicx of the..71u. PenjacolaJuljBJ! ) ,'1833.-17. tVunu : ,
ktters. ..--:.......; .. 1 shall ofter 'lor tale : nipeifielal feel, or 45, mo tent
j I sear?},. House an the city t 'i
A. > k Cold Itaths,
THE propictor of LitteH's Museum of ing j-rojierty, or no ; plank being 801-2 feet Kmp/ ,-or, _
Allen A. 0. Allen R. 8. Adams 11. Literature Science and Art, the Hurl1t'r's Shaft next door to the -
Loceuda.Braugham AT Bank olTviisucolu. iay the 'Irrntory number ol plank beln: J..*t, &
has determined of the .
to remaining Aiutl
'B : dispose: ------ u1 i Lncamlia, for '-I: led longs -or ih '.:e '
acts o&theback volumes at a very reduced NOTICE. the Uda}' I half 12 feet iougj-or half 10 1-2
Jr. Esq.: Ensign Henry Brady f ,
price one tutlfonlu of the original subxcriptioa. '
born W. P. 3. Boylan Capt J. D. 3. Bcnard He thus otters to Library Companies : \ T the heat Apt il tens of County Court llMCs are paid 1 half' 14 oil lung .

J. B. 2. Berqwr lime. Brownin R.' Reading Rooms, and to gentlemen ./L tilLtci.iiil.iucounty; I "ill pleacDt 111) day of sales to lion ring plonks. 11-4 (inches thU'k,

Beach Capt. Edwin, Surgeon D. F. forming Collection" of books, an opportunity toi .uus.a.. tucounts, and apply! l lot & t.hu .- charges. 11E. inches awe' 6UUX feet, tucl.w

Butler OL W. Bowyer, Ball J. &M. Barre purchasing; tuentj ,large & extremely bttl't.te'I cf the estate of OKLCpiUU, -: .
, Beunet G. Bickeryll. ,,' "l..elobCl.l be ell.cl..tdu. 1 i Q A or assorted, lengths, not less
Felicity, I 1 valuablendsceUaueouitulumesataprice l. au.l ualc to tuti4y .LOU uteri }. feet.

\ C.Carpenter ( below their dust or value ; an opportunity wales from ll.c 'nt ; : piece of the above lumber must bs
Thomas, 3. Calame F. Carrol, which must necessarily 1 be of shot duration MARIA M. C'AHO.ii.inmt.t .i' ,
I. E. Caro Mrs. Jaana, Cam. Mrs. MariaM. I & which cannot occur again. '1 he .\ airijc.. i>y i.uyei.ioNieirit's quality, *sto rtruagth'and du
the Kn: t and \>
Caguette Miss 'M. Collins Joseph Cook June 27 : on + I a-u' full uimensivris, and pt-rlectly '
followiug terms will not be- deviated from lS3316.11.i.dt.4DLi ,
/iiil.e>uulh by the :
U. J. COulon Miss Maria L. Conner John I if orders arc received within the, presentyear ._ i sap, ahaxcn' : crack's, splits, und
Amount ol Taxes + .
D. Clark A. C.1U1hanJ.un'l Cot. i'tu -ncoin.N'OTil are iot eoc ujed, otn34
Campbell : 18.15: beyond which pcrio'l the !proprietor JUAN Ilt '
ton L. Capt. 1L Collins J. ": S: :of an lush In di niu.JNo'
Cassity will nut be bouud by the-prcKcnt tt.hcrtbygatenthatSlr.WARDI: nOf t ACR I
$ Le rft.cohrd that cuntaUi
Cox Mrs. H. Craig John Cooper O. C. litany
: uotice. .. l A.O"/.itcu '
hi U'J.cio4C| Ch5h1Cr014rt.ma. : JL
tn'HJ n.nll
although they and
D. 1. Sets of twenty complete volimws will ol the blink cf' VHKU alit! alai. M iullRiuhori ) iiivh brat point '
Donaldson J., II. 2. Douglass B. Delattie +
be iu numbers for 30,00 cash. tlut.fS-gf
supplied /<*lhit..u'ctalltht: tjiiitoface .titli '
y'u iiOHCts i
flooring pltu.ks
Miss L. Duval T. Dallas A. J. M
2. Sets of twenty complete volumesneatly during Ibt H router in .Da n.e.JAMLS : the '
I my t'uata city of i ( sad U inches ,toe -lest ...
E. j qua
half bound in blue or red morocco CA'ALtti.AaaAul .
Eaton Gov. J. 11.6. Exnm J. W. 2. Eleston 40.00 cash. % '. .tics.I.y vacant J.+ ) .

: J, ) ;E. Ernest J. W. Evans C. The purchaser who order bound sets feet inches oieamire.

JryenMiss EdgIer. J.' .. may have his or her name printed in gold j"o-J.Jlf. f.L ;;' ;;"riobU. t lIE ACBlJi: : ," or os orteu":nglh.,not less than'

I. on the back without any additional cia &,,.. -40
.If'ii. u< .
Frezcr Hugh FraudlinJ. t the west .. << to commence early) In' the
i I o. ,charge.The 'Museum contents consists"of tile r 1' Iln :\eant't SptuI : ,Iran pose, which and be completed by that'-tat. cf.
did steam< ;wdtAtr.fiCilt1'
and JJ 3-4 IbSfi. .
lourrincrris Grime' Ri \ar miles :
) Joseph! Capt. of
best selections from the entire ..
range ; Jot
Win. J. t>utH of Peobacula, \ will he made if required,
i Graham Ura. Grant Gamble FOuayagucs British periodical literatnre Reviews L II- ou
} I.< <' t''I' Jh. derwWaeate
Mr 5L D. Gordon S. B. Gory < land surveyed for duly inspected i and received. '
Tales Ac. and it 'A
: Poetry emphatically ..
says may 111I.cl. \
the eraa u..t. .Vcdeesdevmorning
every H. W. and S. E. b .
den F. bensaet1eJ (>is torching! this suN
that periodical'al fiver on the on n'1 l ol the 0 o'clock
mount of Taxes & bo addressed the bubvcnler.JOS.
II. Unit to .
published retains its inteiest, or .
Harris II. Win. IloustonJr.Semi. cars LORENZO \ .' U.,2 OTTtN Lt. Col.
Husky the back volume bear the same relative \ ,
Lay tit. Lotus 1'uus Cl iotian
Hull Capt. Wm. Hodgdon F. Holcombe J.2 value Museum. : ; Eng'ra. Brevet Col.
as of lielnxi lblLFn--
1'a.edgtt.Ie 020
Ilulbrook Elila. Hawkins Alex. Hunt 11.8.. The back sets of twenty volumes remain And 3' miles ., Newport Ilaibour; K. I. '
011 cveri "hat rda): eau,mng. at the 18 36._ .
I..J I'eusacola ,
ing on hand are not numerous, and are some hour, fu- he IALtC places: and *Pen- fronting _
Jones J. Jones II. Johnson D.Iacksons3A. rapidly going oft. Address the tide, bounded ou '
la, und will to-. A. M. nard Eufrolsine Miss. 2 Pransisoo Touard ,
diatc her
lanumgs<< on reiuin, .. : '
Lands. Amount of next u'HIV of the honorable the
:: l'I&wuieIJJ1tia.NOTICE. For inormuil'IIIiPVly to Capt Swiler on Cut+ :
Kenton N. KingB .Kearney Pr. J.-A JAMLct ) riciIscaabiaCuantytb
board ,
lo '
.L. nu or No. 10 W feet : at tie city tl Piuitetoartio the trt 'w

Lenard Lieu. L. It: Long J. ML 2..Lo-: A LL pernons Indebted to the elate ofjfLF. JNO.GILBERT KEL8lU VANCE.. mount of 1'au. & ., Octu r at&t, I at.W, yyf f for"r.

diterrer Victorine'Miu, Lindsay Geo% 'F.lyordwiud .W1*SELS deceased are bert by : "" II. it. : ,''' ,* ) acroufita "!(." t>e-.. .. ..::; ...
JAMES: CyuhLz.Ajantat,
E1Cl.et.1'Ir..Lewlli S. notified to come forward, and make pay. '.. :No.. 20 I lot 'C JpaciiiM i>AHLtAorr, a eiii, and ..

men:,'and all those hitting! ,claim against New Orleans Jufy 1833.. .. 19'.f s: Taxes I frUO Ou. be Anally -CI ls argrd.; '
Miller S.'iCueactre )ieris,- McCaskilreM. said estate;are requested; to present their iJLMtY: 1 MiCIiELET, r. '

feDaYld). Mernck..Wm. McKenunn accounts! acgally attested for wttlcnunt. OTIC.t:. No. 081 lot on : z 1eelelor.: 41

J. L. Mefcheelt James M. Manning Joseph GEO. W. BAKKLKY.AJministrator. Hereby notify, all :persona concernedthat luttnceuua t 11th, I8:4.-the: .Girt. 'q.N .
Madrid A. M. T. Martin P. P. Mayo I ..
six weeks after date hereof, 1 v ul iWoo.. .rn.fE. I
N. Moreno! F. Mullet James Me. Carron May 30th 1835.:-12.-8U apply to the honorable the judge of tilt \ sera of the hofiorktle
neat the!
II. McKennan R.,.Moore Hardy.Ncufville 131.71)
County Court of Escmubia t.ountJ'uI: No. lest : Court fl'
Tfurhar8 aIC.B cuiiibhtlctibtyt: to
N. .
Letters Administration on tbeesfsee. Cot Amount 0& 'lul't { ,
P.. M-S- N tines Mrs Nicholas V Virtue of aff.ja. to directed fror,,' L. .&ekicl Cobb, deceased.. L6TATK: I at the city of ifnautola, tat the ,

-C. the lion the Superior Court for tin ISAIAH COJJD.July 7 Four w tin on'I. < lld.) of UimUr rext,1 shall a J pay swr .
0.OlivirMr.Oslaawsey3.2.. Western District of Florida I hull pretends > !\ t/l my KCCOVDIS as that be.-.
lltli 1633_I .-6t. city : .
*... to sell at pub Vendoe on the 1st WrllltllejIIl' cf Loiiin .Pnaae.s tltasxd.'aM..,. .
P. August next in front of the Crourt House 1O'l' m.;; : r I Tax eollett6r. : : I be' finally'ci ,cJjt ji: ? : >,":

Patterson Eliza, Pie L. Ports J.". F. I'ensacola, all 'theright, title and Interest A. IVnoacoia Jauy. : I R). '."' I1.LI.T\ ,' ;
indebted .\1,
to Ahhn
R. of John Chabcaud deceased in, and to ALL persons )tcutQL
n.Rot.uon ., are requested to mak 'pa>' I llth, lK33.-fl.-Onu, ," .
Hurker D. II. RutclirT S. Reaubsck the following tracts of Land or in no much 'lu iiii r
R. Reddick J. Richardson J. S. thereof as will satisfy the above Executionand ment on or before the: that day of Mach :' N o'1TC .. y S
.s. wit. next, to II.KELLY, E"q. who I is And pCfllro&o/a :? : 1 ,
.. coats to '
Sands Lieut T. Bhujirog Alex. Skepwlth The one undivided fourth part of two fed to receive the Mime. All note auuaoI.1-1' rJlbL'] .uulit .next term of'1110 hohora.bfe .the'' .. i

H.SubdellL.-C.. J. SrodesCapt. Concessions of land one of 800 arpens and counts not paid as above will Le JL lion to l.ClUtt cl):sceu.t-I CoOnij.' -0.: -'liK** .

Wm. Stockton Mr. the other of 1000 about twelve miles from the bands of an attorney for immediate 'ietU>iy as at tod lit) cll-eusuroa.] Dn.l.lit; \ ,A! ,
tfratellcrs from ) of October next J shall .
T., : Pensacola, laying and being in Kscambia: lection. f. or : apply tot' .
I L Thomas N. 2..Thurber W IL-Tobin J. County, on the 'I ensaw road. Levied upon ARTEMAS STONE, Aasigceof attewurd is now of niy' acinus: as rii; ',:a.. : .'t

1 faley E. !Mrs. Towers R. Tooand E. Tee at the suit of Lawrence Millandon against A. A..M. J.ae:"1OfI. accommodations' v ADEUIOB TATABC J i.24.-46-td. comfort of \ / fc 4f finally dlacbarQed.ILNKY'MICHE1.,
E. II.TeillonM. .
James Twiggs John Ollie Executor of the said John Cba
J. .' ,}
V. deceased. ,
beaud l44
Miss V.uepe Walter JAMES W. EX1TM, Marshal. cumbllJoun_) Com, iBlakely Jwy. 3d. Executor,. L
11 ft ; : '
Aj-rilTerm 1830. ,
W ;
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i Whitekcr R. Williams D. Waters J. June &II, 1833.-13.-fit ORDERED that Charles r.. Baron ia-. r _
Ward E. C. Williams O White lion J. Pt!. and John E. Pringlebo HEREBY notify 111
{ '.. of a' f. fit. ta directed x
1 Y. NOTICE.AT appointed Road (l'oma is i<>uers on'' the: that ttt weeks : w

Yniestra Dona. Eulalia Act Vice Con West side of Escambia River, and JosephFortjth shall apply to the the Hen the Superior CoatrUot $ at
the next term.of the honorable the ; District of Horidn I ..
.. l 2. Janus W. Earnest, and John .1.1 the County touilof ahaaltpro. 4
.u1Iortuc of
EscambiaCountyto sell at pubJletldae in
the East side of said river thonolhs
toe on
i II. KELLY. P M. Letters t f !
be held at city Pensncola on the first in PeflMCOla. 'on the*fitti of 1 ;
July, 23th 1833.-20,-3t.Notice. Monday of October next, shall) apply for A true-Copy.: 1 I oJUNESL'UJIU.* next let,.cn the hours pitscrK I

settlement of my accounts as the Exotutoj M. CRUPPEKMay I PenaaeoU ; law, all the right; INs alnl Ut.t of PrhiWaJ.mQrrcro PBIETO deceased, and let 1833.-10.-4t. May ; J Fry in and to tk e Jeflowlnr."l.'f"

THE undersigned heir -.$ Law of Pe move to be finally die'hsrged. f1 IIi subscriber ,,' >, levied upon and. attached! .,. .
Palao deceased claims title to 7 .
of D4nkor Florida
NOTJCE.F. JL Brick Store : TS, said Sa-
800 arpans of Land Lying and beingin, \/ Exocuior. sun & foster, : to wit. : : .. *
the District of Wet Florida situated on the April 11th, 1833.-'-3.-Cni. OCR weeks from thedae thereotVtbtundesigned wiUbe lot No. 133 with all the l>traUMa .
. We.*m side onbe Lake of Casa Blanea will apply to the lienw- .
commonly called Bayou Chko boundt-d Ur. Lewlg AV'IlllsOFFKR8 I ruble the County Court oYl:csmbta C.inty; < l sitwated In 'be City of Peitoacola, '
30th & lest front Iaiead .
on said Bayou and fronting the bay oPeasaeola -I his professional Cervices to the !for pvrmimion to sell wo much of the veal May on ( tl Street ;
bounded! '
distant therefrom aboat one I of Prosacola. lalate Matmel! Bonifay deceascd.as wU [To'aU Tliom v ManatYsyon deep, MNI Wc t.by Lot be- '(t:i\\&, **WF\

mile and a third.: .The said tract a- June IX-14-tf. I l lie suflitc nt ui discharge the deUs rrnuiai- to Fnneiscw.i i 'JN1it'1of "e *. f f.V
rpHK \ olanaynt
: t
described has been the fug unpaid.
bore granted to
Ci 'weed wW apply lor .... from cuuinf "' J. W. KJCUM, bgmIL o" ;
said Pedro Palao by the Spanish Govern Admbtratlon I Adds 1bn" ... .. "
Letters to the ann.the depredatious JO&.IEIUU'4'L
Dent oa toe 29th January 1810. The uoi I. THEUE8E BOM FAY, Adaa.t the \V. .1b34.-18 .:
\ derirnJ therefore claims possession amfbjrbils Judge oldie County Court Escambia County of Manuel IJol lay DecoatsdPenwrola .. .W.pt UM .4ir .
i on the estate FltANCI:;CO; EulDOuWesjed. chug u Its roouUi, tlo.4
June '
from said 18tb 3833l&4t.1vOT1C1S Cint
1 aU persona trespassing BRRNAUDO'PARUAH.Jooe20th I Peroaoola, and : qfEfcamto* Gmttty '( Vl

lands. SEVERING' rAUO.*.. I 1833.Dlstrletof; *- ta brarkif Uiecantooejncnt tha Point o C\ue Gonxska and titetftrha.Itga r5l ita *'V'$ ': t. J

23th 1835. 20. 4t and others.
July > West Florida Indebted the estate1of "
ALL persona to /rom the Dayoa of '*** i
Western District of Florida.H'tuMSfto Sttprrior Court Ffcamlia WAITdreeaaedarebereb, .'OB UM EMI side undersigned ippoinled CoiMBla
Court County May Term 1833: notified to come forward ft male payment, town (M said Barer ,.to audit and aeftla the.aceounle
Superior '
March Term 1833. Wni. Mitchell by his next friend Jesse, C. and all those paving rlalma againsl said estate ry Mkbelkt Eq. the rattles. give noUrf titors to all con "

Bill for Partition Injunction. Allen Coraplt vs. Eliza Mitchell' widow are requested to present tMir aramuturgally OAt tails,, Also ou they IDleet.(. Of-
Thomas)" and Abraham Milsted Admr. of AndrewMitchell all *ttd for eet kmt'DI. the ""otiL, Court, war "tote aflame data ,j

Philip WUite McRaecomplainant Admlni.tltorol.William n. J. Waton deceased, DeOs. LX CHANCErpIHS .- RANDAL ALU5.Administator. ., to where th fiarce 'lhertr'l 7"10.1' 01 i..tp..
and the heirs of Hannah Shaeklcford. kY and ;;90 strlkM UM .. P"3 (t r.: bJ. tt.

I It .U ordered by the Court that notice be day tame the complainant by his .Uareb'&th 1R33.-8.f .-*. land sdjolpirag.tba' J08EPj W .
X roansel and it appearing to the satisfaction lire CMy of '
I given to David J, Shackleford Richard -\O'fa IfPa.v.AH"' s..
IHhacklcford, Edward bhackkfcwd, LeUndITrip l of the Court that defendant Eliza gpatsrd.orhl

and Sampson Samuels, heirs of Han- Mitchell is not an inhabitant of the Territory pflE tmd>nined gives I notice tltat at .tr cthr enfbKea>.. a C..iuMIr", .

rah Shackleford' that unless th awernsI of Florida but resides In tlae'State of X the next term of the hon. tbs C.imty ; '. ,. I:1&.4! *

the eonpUinaots Bill filed herein,.y on or before Miss IIfppL Therefore it is considered by Court EseamUa County will apply tuna lop. u 1 &...' .- \.attd. :

of December Term the Court that the said DeleAd."I'.Ppt.at final etOcuieatof thajistsw of.MARVINWATdeceasrdaudmovatobe << '
tha first day our I. by Nd, pieq.enursea
here on or before the first day of our next 'cttr
I discharged.m .
the same will be taken pro eooCeuo. W'tupa stttlivtwelv.deli.: ,,
A November Term and answer, the comeplainlnt. RANDAL ALLli : THE und.r l|.. d > Ml1cn pet>tay.jiUltgltrni per ,
bill of
Copy.Attett J. WITHERS Clk. romplaia&4Jtd hereinor 4 114';.' i ha ", .trt
,. yy aa
June 13th 1833.-11-4m. the same win be taken for be con'rfcied April 28 1=,.,8.-13t. b1.....'Staves, JI. \ ifs mnt4rqd
dt the matters and things therein eontiineddecreed o. ..... P.1hi1.ha s, r
wilJ M +
; and accordingly. And it U A Indebted J, A. Hall .ifPi } : ..
BLANK C farther persona to AI lay ofli J >7 : ] +mentatlonifor (yawl "d .,i.
luifeits IHlls of ladlup, ordered that k copy of this order be published *. Co. or R. W bruker, are rtquesUq *. COWICI) gent, tm'requited. .
In the Prosacola 0axettaoae week nuke Immediate batmen to At vhamlo ti. .
) of m first day of A bas U. H. Haul
red, Mortgage, Bill for four months suecewiivelf. tier .who .M duly authorised reels! 4Adreciept &traiaed far ancgvdlg .. hospital teat
kale, Ja tlee BUnluu and ... tot iba same" fc

lou other kind of Blank* Aced yGEU. .p.. BALTZELL, "* Do A. kOltTliltQ t C f P. C >f 1..L: Aftt. n
>r sale at this office I May 10..183.1.-10.-'. May eJUUI, 1.-.1.-. /I -( easseola It April J 1.1830a-1T..41 plta1, t'qrpoo, e

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-- P .Our ereqlng was enbveoed'also.by an oc* which they thought they might safely greet Prospectus.tMirror. I 1? .District' of Wert Florida

:: TJ1NSJCOA. OAR'rT---C- etonalsong! from Sophia Scott, at the request Ify, and accordingly performed tbelr'- new MI. \ SitpertiorfJourt, Eicambm
1 JlTL'i 6l, 1S$& of her father. fibs" seTerwanted to Dge. The lady wM ao unfortunate as 10 Tit 11I8 Work devoted to articles frora Dxra/y, May Term, 1835.

TnVliAiarre wiU "he iseued1every Saturday be asked twice,bot complied and kjiownby her t>wn husband-whom, she the pens of well known and ;distinguished Wro.II..Chase, CorsrpiL'vs. Cora Ann Bio-
: Ik in; cheerfully. Her songs were frank otcb, met in a public walks, and all her endeavors writers, upon every' subject thai comb, Ida AnD Moeom&. Cuthbert Harrison -
Inverting a$3! ) per annum, sing without accompaniment, in a' simple to disguise herself were Ineffectual. He can prove interesting to the general reader, Slocomb, and Caroline Augusta bio
tunco,, tf4 payable at the end of six month*, comb heirs at law Samuel B. Slocomb
manner but with great spirit and npreJ..lon"Ad laid his claim to her, before a court sf justice including Original Poetry-Tales and Essays .,
or i UJ payable at the expiration of jhe
year, in their native dialect, which gate and the lover defended his right, alle- humorous and pathetiekCriticanotices.Early deceased, Deft IN CHANCERY.;
at the option of the subscriber. them an additional charm. It was delightful that the husband by burying her and choice selections from nms day came the Complainant by his
t. Aorta rucMtNT' Inserted at the rate of had .
both Americanand .L counsel and it appearing" to the satisfaction
to hear her carol off sprightly style, forfeitee his title, and that he has acquired the best new publications, ,
E one doUar for every fourteen lines(or less,) Scientific and Literary Intelligence of tho Court, [iyafidavit filed that
and with an animated air some of those a just one by freeing her from the English-
, for the first, aal fifty cent for every.eoii- Jaco\lte Countries the defendants in this cause reside beyond
\ notices of Foreign -
gcn*rou. spirited old ) once grave, and delivering her from the Jaws of Copious
L t tlnuous -ubM'iaent 1iuer on.tJODIBY.. current among the adherents of the pretender death. These reuvon, whatever weigtt ndenta engaged express, Jurisdiction of this Court and in Upstate

in Scotland, in which he is doMgna- they might have in a court where love, pre- ly and exclusive for this Journal-strictures of Louisiana. Therefore it is ordered
., tod by the appellation of Young Chevalier. stdrd seemed to have little effect on the upon the various productions in the by the Court that the said Defendants do

.i Ftmicou G,urn l .", grave sages of the law j and the lady, with Fine Arts that are presented for the notice I appear here on or before the, first day of
Fna THe These much relished her lover it wait the and ot the public-Elaborate the next term and answer the Bill ,cf the
1 love d,. of that hour, songs, were by not thinking safe to approbation
memory for the beautiful of Art, Engravings: complamant or the same will be taken for
Scott detCrmiuatkniTtf reti- and specimens
War fiml in youth I found the... notwithstanding hlsjoyalty; the courL'prudentiy ;
r threwA unfortunate "Chevalier" has always beena red out of the kingdom. Mu-ic, etc.-Notices of the acted Drama confessed and tho matters and things therein -
, : And lakn! beauty gently
from contained decreed accordingly. And it
frwhMM roast thee hero of romance with him, as he hoe with and other amusements-Translation*
A irwroing tbro 1 many of her staunch adherents of the house "Nt consul! ", ; in/>."-This is what the best new works in other languages, is further ordered that a copy of this orderbe
sinO s star WM ruing ., that the Stuart line has German Italian Spanish, etc- published in the Pensacola Gazette oll e'
a Wit"'lUi and lovrly motion of Hanover, now old JudgeTHATCHCB. of Massachusetts, is French, ,
lost all its terrors. In the ub saiti infinitive variety of miscellaneous a week for four months successively.v
'l AIM not the Ff'PI11f1ntleM breCthPiMUrb'd speaking on reported to have to Gen. Blount, of and an
f the ocean; Sect Scott mentioned all a curious fact among -i North Carolina, when they were membersof reading r hating to passing et cuts, remarkable ACnpy
and .Attest GEO. F. DALTZ .L. Clk.
the papers ofthe"Chevalier, which Congress, at Philadelphia-and when individuals, discoveries improvements ,

;u l. .1 loT-th. memory of th. hour- had been submitted by government to hisinspection : the latter challenged the Judge to mortal in Science',Art: Mechanics, etc. _May 10th, 1833.-10.--4m.JJiitrlct .

"t It wait ,' he had mind a memorial to' combat t III consult my wife, air," repented of i v eiclotltttt.
'S a pensive feeling etc.In
t' And whoa wiison the winding spell, Charles from some'adherents in America,' the Judge, taking off his three cornered announcing the appearance of the Superior (brat Ktcul

7l tc ''TIM tIa.fut wind are IItfe.lanit. '. dated 1778,' proponing to act up his standard : hat, and making a bow; "and if she!is AirferrU reissue of the NEW.YOUKlJtROR County at Jvly Hvln, 18U5.:

d It tell IB* of uy earlier day, A in the back settlements. I regret that willing,, I'll favor you with a meeting," almost the only. duty *'hich I John P. C. McMahon Afliu.-of Da mi I K.intnh .
EN hope went down laorrow, lit the time I did not make more particular devolves upon its editors, is to tender their, deceased, Cmnf>lt. vs Noah II,

A Aral all UM JOl'"bf yesterday Inquiries nn the subjectthe document In There has been discovered in the family most cordial acknowledgements to thenolU :I Allen, Margarita de La Rua, Executrix

e Wr painted on to-morrow, question, however, in nil probability still of the JIubbards, of Boston, an original friends for the continuance of their support, of John de La Rua, deceased, Joseph
exists among the Pretender's papers,.which. likeness of Doctor D. Franklin,taken about and to proffer to the numerous subscnLers Bonifay and Jeremiah R. II. Smith, Dft.. .
to Wlirra art thou t' The banding gri.* are In possession of the British govern' the 23th year of the phililosopherVi age. whose names have been added to their list IN CHANCERY

I A dewy store clMr.IOIH, : menu I during the pant ear, their thanks for this, 1U8 day came the complainant by his

4 : AhJ K>v.'. young fouUU-p poSn the ground.WDFH \ In the course of the evening, Scott rela AconventionheldstConcord, N. Hanp- mark of their and approbation.; T counsel, and it appearing to the satisfaction -

all my prac repoee*\ ted the story of a whimsical picture hang shire on the 25th ult. nominated Isaac To the former they can only reiterate the of the Court by affidavit filed, that
t ; But whore art thou 1 thy nerd flowers ing in the room, which had been drawn for Hill, for Governor of that State. assurance often comejed, that as the Noah II. Allen one of the Defendants, dot

F Their yellow leave are twining, him by a lady of his acquaintance. It represented --- Mirror has now succeeded in preserve not reside in the Territory of Florida
Yet Mill upon the p-ao-Atl wave # the doleful perplexity of a weal i'RK8ll: UABDEiTt9hEDS.TIIE the ir good will through the but in the State of Louisiana, it is there-

That.aiugISst4rleeWning.Farewell : thy and handsome young English knight subscriber has Just received a large cuUls infancy and its youth, so in maturity fore ordered that Ihe raid Allen appear,
I nty fear an aot for thoe of the olden time who in the course of a I of garden seeds of every itTi ill-endeavor still to' deserve ,tle, applause on or before, the first Monday of November

\4.r" maJtw toU>re thee, border foray, had''been captured and carried description. They were 'prepared by the which its earlier eftc>received. 10 I next and answer the till of complaintfiled
It .-, C Or vainly moarn thine nbeenr" hence, off to the castle of a hard-hearted and Society of Shakers In Connertici.t. and the latter they would observe, that uo expense herein, or the Mine will be taken for
.:0 "i' Where Marie half.adore thro I13 and high handed old barob. The. unfortu-: and are warranted. The following is a shall be spared and no exertions relaxed confessed against him and the matters &

- t Thy day were air and quickly .lId, nate youth was cant into a dungeon, and a catalogue of the Seeds. to render it aU least attractive and things therein contained decreed according

th TJiytifc,. a Bummful tory; tall gallows erected before the castle gate White Onion, Yellow Onion, Red Onion popular assny of its contemporaries. The i. ly. .And it ia further ordered that copy of
c : That elided lib' morning Ur for his execution! When all WAS ready he Early mood Turnip Deet, Early cxpenenceofpastjears will give confidenceto the foregoing order be published In tho

; -1'-' That N'Ite.1t deeper glory.an. was bought into the cattle hall, where the Sugar: do. do. Early Orange do. do. Salador those who have watched our career) Pens-cola.. Gazette, once a week, for four
To the Editor of tlui .National Gazette. grim baron was seated in state, with his Swiss Chard do. Long Blood do. Long while the volume that will soon close months successively.

e ; The following line' by the lion.' Mr. warrior armed to the teeth around him and Mangel Wurtzel dov Long White Scarcity will be an earnest of that which is to come,

\ Wild, of Georgia,' were probably not designed was given his choice, either to swing on do. Scarlet Carrot, (very fine,) Orange to our more recent friends, so that the rep At let CE O.. BALTZELL, CIA

s .' for pubiicatioo ; but the feeling and the gibbet pr to marry the baron'n laugher do. Blood do. Early ,Horn do.' Guernsey utation already secured to our publicationmay July lath, 1833--18.-4mI'KOSPUWUii
i'1i t' acre which pervade them can scarcely fall The last may ho thought an easy alternative Parsnip, Long White do. Early Cluster be maintained and ei.hauced.. '

, to be !itdiDirea, and pennlmrion has therefore but unfortunately, the baron' young Cucumber, Extra Long do. Long Creel .To both we beg leave to declare that: or THE .

;" I' bcpn obtained of the lady to whom they lady was hideously ugly, with a mouth. do.-Early Frame do. Early do. Prickry in the ORNAMENTAL LMbLLLlMiMENTS : Tallahattee Gazette and General Ad-

were Inclined, to hand them over to)'on. from car to car:, so that not a softer. van Gherkin do. Superior Watermelon, Early of the MIBROR, lie best name talent tertiter. "
1 n. to be had for her for love nor money, and Applcseed do. Large Muskinelon, Fine has been engaged i that many painters to in
, ( she was' known throughout the border Nutmeg Melon, Large Cantelope do. Green have received con mission from us for the THE undersigned propose publish
1. of Tallahassee Florida
i Ship Westminster at left off! the highlands City a
I of Nemslnk June 1 1835. country by the name of Muckted-monthed Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon execution subjects of national history weekly paper entitled the Tallahassee
Mae. and that of
Dutch Summer Sqimi-h. Curb C rook do. and natural scenery engravers "
'Farew"'l more than falbtf arid!lS Gazette and General Advertiser, its co-
my The pfctnreln question represented th Summer have been eeciTfd tq render
l do. Crookneck do. Crookneck the first merit
lumns will be devoted to Politics Internal
Homo of hl'arhnd flrwntl ILingering ,
it I my unhappy dilemma of the handsome youth.. Winter do. Nammoth.du. White Cbuhaw these works! fitting illustrations of our number
': troll Borne foreign errand, Before him sat the grim baron, with a face do. Coccmnnt do. Mammoth Pumpkin. *. However beautiful may Lave been Improvements, and general inielligti,
How oft shall remember I comprising the new. of the day, roih fo-
, yon of the father of such & which have
worthy a daughter Connecting Cheerio do. Imperial hu- preceding works of art ornanented -
How often o'er the water blur, reign and domestic wither civil or political.In .
looking daggers ane ratsbane. On one hide and however loud
Lettuce \Vhite Head do
garLoaf our ,
11 : 'StnA. bark a -igl to those 1 leave, Early pages accordance to custom, we shall pro-
'. .." of him was Muekle-roouthed Mag, with an lee Green Head do. Ire<< Cos- do. \\ line and frequent has been the applause which
VThe laving and beloved few, ceed in a very brief manner, to lay before
untile the whole have
amorous acrross we no
I Coss do. Magnum Donum COBS do. Cabbage has erected their publication,
'Who grieve Cut mo,-for whom I grieve. the'public' an anualysis of the plan on
of her countenance, and a leer enough to : enabled to:state
I Head do. Long Naples Radish, slight-aatisfactioncn beu-g I which the Gazette will be conducted.\
I' We part I-no matter how .. par1- turn a nun to stone t on the other side Scarlet Short Top do. Purple Short Top that those! in preparation surpass any thing They w ill endeavour steadily to keep in
There are onu thought, wo utter not, was the father confessor) a sleek friar. jogging do. Long Salmon 'do. Long Scarlet do. of the kind crtr Anoirn in the Lnilr .I"lew1 the landmarks ol'tbe Constitution of
the .the youth's elbow, and pointing to Scarlet do. White .. No literary periodical publishedin
t' < "Deep treamtml in heart dj Cherry Turnip the the United States by.which they htpe
;:.;.!;*: -? Never revealed, and n.'(! forgot I the gallows, lOOn in perspective through Full Spanish do. lilack do. Early SugarLoaf this country has ever attained such an to steer their course aright., Ae lJdtrlt-
Why ttL'rawffUk eomauM kit 1jfe the open portal, Cabbage. Early George do. Early extended circulation. the Mirror, which
lion and firmness will be our motto un
j ik ot The story goes, that after long laboring Daub do.: do. York of the best proof of iu congeniality ,
"H part r-l *p< not UM F.f.rlyprk ; Large or is course shall be slow to brand with tier
; Dot hall I, each lovelyAnd .-*Ipa-, in mind, bet wee*the ,altar and the hatter, Harvest i Early Laite'rtiett do. Early to the national taste, and unequivocal: .those who difltr elY,
the Jove of life} prevailed., and the youth resigned and the pnuciplp politicians may. honestly
each loved free behold "Ia1A'I' :*fjfcart (tery fu e Her approval of its system In ,
Dutch opinion from us.-
" himself to'the charris of Muckle- gen do Ui theed4o. Late do. r lat of its management. : It .
It most be monttu it be year mouthed Mag. Contrary to aU his probabilities Dutch ofthe volume: FOUR is our design fairly eof'repCrt tbb'parsing
,- may *,-. (very'fine,) do Green Savoy do. ; .In the course I Political of the the
10' It maybLnutI I will not fill of romance, the match proved a Yellow do,*Green Glazed do. Turnip Rooted SPLENDID QUARTO 81 ELL EMBELLISHMENTS new day, political

Fond heart with -gloom,-fond tIN with happy one. :The baron's daughter not ,do r.e ill be done far
testy., beautiful, was a most exemplary wife ) bet Purple Caleb Fro(-oli, White do. Early by tAt bttt and ncoat eminent ar- v dispassionately, .0
,M Curious to ihapo ancertain ill." husband was never troubled with any or; Cauliflower-llalf Hardy (to. Late Dutch do. tittt m the country, will be published, together as we ace concerned and "we hope our

Though hwnble.-f and far,-yet still, those doubt and Jealoaie l which sometimes Cesarean Kale or Cow Cal-bege, Scotch with numerous WOOD ENGRAVINGS freinduwbo may favour u* with 'ton mu-

.. Tho**,.TU ajui e ye*.t.ever Jear; ma the happiness of connubial 'life, and Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip, illustrative of euNotl.and itilcr nications, will observe the same rule, otherwise
t Tlieir'e U the love lie UIII8"cb Situ!. was made the father nf a fclr and undoubtedly Early Garden Stohe'do. Norfolk Flat cu*. eating scenes tneidentt and antiquities, their publication will not take placerin

..'- The truth no time, Jtouhaoau" 1M'( Icgltune line, that still flourishes 'on Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, do with about FIFTY! PIECES of trench, the observance of this course,' ,we shall
r . act. with strict impartiality.
i All I Long HalKiVer do. Huge, Large Bill Pep Spanish, German It will be the aim of the
have aeen,-and all I see, 1 give but a faint outline) of the'story Pianoforte publishers to
for the Harp
; do. SICK arranged ,
per. Squash da; Cayenne Purple Egg ,
I render their all the wHUfuctun
Only eoJean them more and more) from vague! recollection; It may, perchance Guitar .&c. to patrons, ;
\"'riesd.'eod--lopes We-.and hour lee Plant, Curled Cress or Peppergruaa Plain ? they are capable nf bearing in mind however
1 be more richly related elsewhere, by someone Cress W ater Cress Large lomato Small The same taste which has presided over
I Affection !live where aU i*.fnl who may retain something of the de- do. Ml'81l'AL fcELKCl; 'IONS, will the old adage, they that 'e o ld attempt
Vegetable our superintend
I FarfWv'lI my more t"l"H Amative*ehoMt" lightful humor with which Scott..recountedit. Solid Celery'Rosa-colored rt.scorzlner.Vblte Solid do. Summer those hereafter to appear and the to please cvrybody' will please nobo-
I do bat_ orhop to And dy. .
Savory Dwarf furled Parsley Curled principles: which guide in this department '
Roam,w hey. will, what deplore When I retired for the night,. I found it ) will be have hitherto been, novelty Although it is our design, to pursue a
j :TO Ua*> with them and thee behind I>. .;, al-vas impoMible to sleep } the idea of being Parsley,Curled do. New Zealand Bpm- as they the course umraroelled, by the -hakleu of any
t r Flanders Round and excellence 'the beauty of poetry
age, do do. Green Curled : ''
under the roof of Scott, of being on thebor Endive aud the melody -of the accompaniment political! party-in making this avowal/, ,
,: Tit Fre, ,.wAf"*f &Sixrft/W) The den of the Tweed, in the tery centre of f' Broad Leaved' do. we would not be understood as being indifferent
It J v.nin, pawed away "delightfully in this.ghu.unt Mustard, Drown' do. Long White Okra
: that region which had for some timepast FOREIGN : to the Important, of correct principles. -
,-hort Tbecbsraetcf of CORRESPONDENCE
locking ap&runieat, half atudy baIt Grntn .do. Asparagus, N as tuition, pur -
been favorite of romantic fie-
( drajvlnf'room-,Soon read eeve- a aeena Roquette, Corn Ballad, Curled Chervil, is too well know to be wish however to hate it
lion and above all the recollection of the They distinctly t
I ral p*..get from old' romance, of Arthur ramble t I had taken II, and the conversation English Sorrel Leek, Saffron,', Skirret, descanted upon here s it is sufficient to known, that they will neither lead the an, :
with a flue deed IIl Orou. VoUe'and a frTityt > which bad puswd.'k11 fermented inmy Mignonette for feeding Bees, Sweet MarjorenSweetThymd'Sweet state, that the choicest writers have promised or follow In the train of designing political t
f tone thaMMtned-to euillhe aoti- Lavender, Le- their co-operation jn the home depart-
t "
who of
intriguers are men principle
mind and from ,
' 'qvated,''blark letter volute It WM a rich ,- nearly dryve, sleep my pillow. mon Balm Early Golden Sioux Corn, ment | and that notwlih.ttai.dirg the enormous in ."' \

, treat to hear such a work read by such ac Early Tuseaiora do. Early 'Sugar da expense,e have incurred, we shall lnraleoJulJoortbe (Gazette will be -
i I ; 'person arid in such *place, and his uppea- [Washington Irving Early Washington Pea-, Early June do. con ii.ue to appropriate all available talent, to Essays of Moral and Mibrellaneouffcbaracter appropriated -

,\ ranco.. ho ut reiding: in a ,large armed BlfriaL-T"o I Parisian Early Charlton do. Early Uishop' Prolific and if possible Increase the claims of the under, the head of heading -
I chair, with his favorite hound Maid at hU Marriaf qfter Peas, W bite Marrowfat do. D...nrf Prolific Mirror to public support.On -
4 merchants united in for Saturday evening.
I ti-- feet and'su/ronadnd by ,books, and relic, rise" each one,, strongly child of different sexes friendship who do. Dwarf Blue Inperiol do. Early these grounds we commend our forthcoming The publisher are fully .aware 01 the difficulties'of

t> an'border trophies, would nave foriu 4 early contracted a strong inclination for Chiua Dwarf Beans. Early 'Dun Color volume to UM notice and approbation their"under linr.' bat they

%an admirable and moat characteristic ,piev each other, which, was cherished by theparent Dwarf fennel, Early Mf,haw Early Frenchor of our countrymen. place great 'reliance on the publiclibera
is avery
Gbndtion.-The Mirror published
arrinaton dw'f betns Sixveekda
tare., *, andy were flattered by't &| Early lity, and keliere that a.d igrot attcBfton to
I "'' |.whi1 Scott wasfeadjnf,' the age grrBXalkln fortunately awe time they thought themselves Early Uob Boy do. Refugee, or 1000 Saturday, at the corner passau In andAnnstreet. the businew, and -a zealou*.'cflort to serve the
i do. .. It la elegentiy printed
to White
already nwntioant, had taken hi bit the point completing this long Kidney do. Variegated fine public, wiJI secure W'themeglves. a liberal
!: seat in a chair beside the are, and remain I wished for union a man, ur advanced iu CranbcryPokrda Dutch Case, Knife Pole super-royal quattoorm. on paper, share,of patronage. ,A-,
) W *1 with nxo4 eye and grave demeanor ae |I yean, aud possessed of-an immense fortune do. Ret Cranberry Pole Deans, White do. with brevity, .minion, an nonpareil type. The City of Tallahassee beingldcited! in

if' littenln to the mule. I ,observer to I ,-cast his eyes ott'the young lady; and da Large Lima da Small do do. Dutch It i. embellished,' once every three months, the centre of Florida and surrounded by
Soutt 'that his et seemed! to bare black While tanner do. Scarlet Runner do. with a splendid ntper-rpyal quarto e raring In
a wade honourable proposals j her parents many natural advantages, possesses a
t'l f letter taste In llteratnre. .. .II cannot i e dst the temptation of a IOn in law FLOWEItSEEDS, asmittMl. and every week with the popular piece circa space around it. centre a larrer population -
March of arranges far pianoforte,
, aald he 41 the tits each affluent eircuvataacea and forced XI JOHN CAMPBELL. mime, arp than that cf other of
.wAh. an very in ---- guitar, &.... For each volume Ik,.Lean tifully any portion
I I myiterltftn\ kind of folk There la always' her to. comply.! Aa soon aa the knot was Hurt A way. l ntgrated igetU tillsjeage, f painted the Territory, within the same limits, has

! ;.lOOrt pa ainc in their ralnd'''thanwe' ire tied, she strictly enjoined her former lover TAKEN up and Commit by Weir and engraved by Dnrand,) and a but one weekJll1eW'6Paper..
: 'I ,Iware otIt: cornea no doubt from them never to see her, and patiently submltt- a Mulktoe Man indexare furnished. The terms In addition to thi* thee are many valuable
J txihg.so fafclliar witches and .". ed tq her (Ate but the anxiety ol1aef mind fL by t name of William, he is.boU1 copious payable tracts of Land, which we doubt rut
it Ho went on to tell a little story about a grade preyed Ripon her body wl '.&hrew her : forty years of age five all are efl6N Pan &OLLAKS iiiadtanc per*. .annum It isforwarded, by will soon be brought In .cultiv ation khoul

raiii wuo-waa returning. to bU cottage ? KM tin a llagering c11IoJet tbaai apparently feet, ten inches high, thinly the earliest, mails to subscribers residing the present, price of the gieatataple of the,
night when in a lonely oat or the way carried her OH and she was consigned to both no particular,mark about ,him, says out of New-York. Communications country be Maintained must considerably -

I place, .tacr.with a iiineral "proceaaion of i her ,rve. Aa soon as this melancholy 'eve he belong to Nathaniel Barnett Mpntgo- thU1tY.Qr pott-paid must be addressed to augment, the population of the
cat Kla mourning bearing one of heir rube t reached the lover, his afflicitoa was mery Country (Ala.) and that be run away the Editors, rta received for country.
I 7 to the grave,in a ooffln covered with .a doubled being deprived of all hopes of her about forty daja. ago said Mulattos says lees than subscriptions' From the considerations stated above,
1 1' black velvet pall. The worthy bran astotdslied widowhood but; recollecting that in her UutNuthfemel Bansett the son of Cl. W il. a period one year. we have therefore no hesitation in belief

. and half/riahtened at ao strange youth, she had been for some time In a lethargy liam Burnett, formerly a resident of Florida NOTICE.Is ing that we may ,with confidence relv-- for

,a pageant, haatened home and told what his popes revived,and hurried him Town la Eramble Country. the complete success of our undertaking,
; ,be had seen to hie wife &yhtldren.! Scarce to the place of her buriaL where a good The on ner.;is requested to come forward hereby given that the Books for receiv- on the suoport of a generous public

bad b. finished, when a'great black cat bribe procured Ute sexton'i permission lo prove pl'Clpertyand take him away or be subscriptions to the capital Block of ooitorrtoxs
f' that eat beside the Are, raised Wm.elfup dig her up,' which he perforated and remo j will be dealt with according to law Southern life Insurance and Truatcom- The "Tallahassee General Advertiser"

and exclaimed. "Then am I-kinr' of the red henna place of safety,where by proper JOSEPH SIERRA. ploy will opened at the office Thomas will be printed on a super royal sheet, at
cats,* and vanished up the cllllD"), The methods, M revived the almost extln- 'Deputy Mankal Douglas Esq. in the city of St. Augustine& Four dollars pr annum payable in ad vancc

funeral seen by gude man, was one ,of the gushed a park of liCe. Great was her ear .JuDe kith) 1835.-1 .-it ay on the second day of November next at'10 or on deliver- or the first po. four dollar
cat dyoMty. .t- prlxe at finding the state she had been tat A. M. and will bo leTl open from tuna to fifty ccntsatter expiration of six month

Our grimalkin here," added Scott, and probably great washer. pleasure at No'rICE.AT time by adjournment the whole ot the or five dollars at the close or tbe year.
\ "(Mtmetimes reminds ,me of the jtory, by the meaaa by which ahe had been recalled the next Una. of the honorable the stock shall be subscribed not exceeding thirty No loaberiptionwill be received fora less

the ai n of orereigTitT which hO..ulDt'lll I from' the gray .Aa soon aa she was eamtiently County C EK-aroUaCcmaty,, to 1 -days term than one year, and the paper w ill n<*
ai I alert apt ta. treat Liar with respect from I ered"&belon' laid hJs claims I he held at the> City of Peosacola, '011 the LOT CLARK, be discontinued without orteis,-and all ar

the Idea' that be may be a great strong I and his reasons siippOrted ,by a powerful I fiat Monday October next I shall apply .. R. RAYMOND REID reangea are paid tap

pnnee ineog. and may some time or other I lacliaitione.n\ her atda, were tea strong for I for the *r;.tleneat of ray accounts cftbe'xecator .WOMA3 DOUGLAS! I The first number will-be Issued duriigtics
come to UM throne.1* 'I her to resist t but a*France was BO longer 4 of MASUM-U DOJIITAT, deceased and a.f!& .I OIIfr,. ensuing imer, or early in the folLCommanicationa
,tI, In this way Scott wont make'the habits I a place of Mfety for 1 them they agreed to I move to be traalry discMAROARITA : addressed to the ruUl1iaber t.

and p.wnUnti.4 >f >fen the bumd aiil nabs rtmovejo England where they rontmued DK LA RUA, dl, 1utu sru xcnit.d. must be post paid. '

About him. subjects lot humorous remark or ten year*, when a strong inclination! of reuniting 14K1flrV.. I' .I, i' JOHlVlIALDWlN&CV>.

1 .t, pblmstc1| eto y. ... .,*> their native eountry seized them, \prUIILb, 1833. 0.- y.s> AT THIS OFFICE.-, Tallahassee, April Bib 18U.

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