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: August 29, 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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AFRICAN COL JZATIO t -numerous- population-- of distinct- "-and- acrd Inll Watern Slates and It Is prowl beyond its altar Into the dark tegfcBf beyond the
a race to the slaves themselves 1 t and and Link' bell stretch
actual of *iW for desert ere long P
different color b l.'ln a doubt by the adoption
) the magoriiy of whom the and I '
proceedings publications the 'hadsof
We abolition of slavery fo' ndev- forth her hand, and beIjto'
were sometime favored with will the gradual
ago a they even ]
so IM endures in
r. lung slavery any abolilloiiisU, instead of prudu'C the la ,
those1 illumined
of be by
of the of the annual African Colonlxatlon, ore c
copy proceedings meeting of the ol the
portion Lmon be regarded as an in gradual, conviction upon Ihouif* ian and t*
of that example 'WKUjh. as it enlightens, purtfee
of the Colonisation of the and the prospect ,
Society States
city cattt and excluded from all equality former, uflhesinuIueMofalav/, or w": tbe 1o"6ao4
r a, of New York, of which W. A. DOER, Esq. of social intercourse, even when admittedto ding to Improvement in the ittoa" nw bring speedily' followed by the legislaturesat paints 'the heart of the and mind to (-odwattcathe :
is President. Of the of the others. Another conelnslve contemplation ever-living
le.t two
proceedings at
an equal participation of and treatment uf the latter hIprn'okf'd
political of Colonization w hole mTn *o s mpathy r and charity.

mention has already been made, and we civil privileges than in the colony of LI be. rt'tJentmcnalld eulted alaoV"1 the bo- proof of the direct tendency with tribe and) Individual w WI
n iw publish the subjoined interesting extract ria where .iunf'd "Cff' to extinguish slavery,ariats from every
no distinctions
prejudice ama masters and ,.
kind. ffat. 1
# from the Report, to which ,toe e- or derslion where. .ic.1 com the fact of the larger portion of the eml- K-
ran exist f they will rer restraints the/ ) ;
titan ._ *.&. _. hll\'ln_ a Men manumitted ___ -+r-____ J
t Tents of the day give renewed interest. be secure of perfect 'equality in the enjoyment forts and moral and relig/ in ruclion off .._n._ ._ n n -
"That the Colonization in Africa of IJ.at become eolonuls | and Ifany DEATII rv.
our of all social advanthgea as well as o the elareLBut / diedonlhe

free people of color tends to the Immediate political freedom, ('jillibt'rIY and religions tins Is not all ( t/doctrines a vowed forger: testimony be required' It is afforded This lath powerful June,and at original his farm,writer In bnney,
and the other art this tvciety lore-
esssential improvement of their condiS privileges; and where every individual amongstthem by the Jinmedi lit /ioiil-ts, alviouglicounte bj of Us has. aged .. He retained his fatuities to th* ,

dion: that it is in fact the only method by may prove an effectual missionary 'tan:ed only by '/illtoiuiliC'o* I por eite, and in the Ircwnwlance u \lty last moment and died with perfect
which they can be raised to and .,' rort .ciuall) rei-elvtd and appropriated !
political for the conversion and civilization lion bf oo r mirtSern' Ai:.uou, Ji P .&!.
social equality with the whites, whilst so of the kindred in habitants of that vast continent red<< hr thin smith a Ii'll'fI' -I !i.mm "f U>c ,.tat object, large donations. ofmone), UMhe : 'I11'VO.urc.I account of himself lo befotmdln V' '
them unn
far preventing or retarding. the extinction from whose shores their own ancestors pr"f""ltNI. 1t'lIti'1.lt urea. MiltMgn'' exprrsscuuditbm ofarpfomg exlusivily (
colJecticn of the works of f eter
of nunumiited the
/: of slavery, it operates directly to promote were torn by fraud or V iolence.If of alllI'lItht'rl\ 1 /M t tw.tl-crn w. :atlofts to the ,,'lIloul .one ( obbctl states that bo was 'urea's inKiifi. 's

cmanticipation. in the most eligible, IlAfe Ao fat indeed aatheexperimenthaspro-' HI rt''rf'.i. ;. / alert T ; -ml h.Ht tla" I however have derived the

end certain mode must be plain to the f"lr ceeded, all three results been realized, conse
and dispassiontte inquirer, who will examine notwithstanding the mistake and disappointment 'tons .)10.! .. r atiition Notn t), no Mlmlillng It lobe tcncficias above partkulara ,and it

this momentous subject with the paticnt -' which, though to a less extent' indeed inlhr' urt'tidtf oroillie |fr,'><, ,!'i III' netesttarlly too limned In Its (JIIJCt"IA. aid can would be no doubt lliHore of their accuiacj that be vrm j it

.- labor and careful attention its nn than in any similar Instance, have attend I U' n I,.. ,iwr :, "i"1". hilt In""n I1I1U. too lardy In ItlOl'erlttiCln\\ to prove cneclnnl appear infoimed, as to ,tte farliri, ,. SCof

; portance demands. It must however, be ed this first enterprizeofthe American Colonization anil" r.+ ,, dirtily oplJosMfjin as a rfme his team ng
recollected, in entering upon the Inrestlga.tion Society. And if all the benevolent their n,>ti.e .' .* wxt.ntn.d, ,, jfrcc. meat<< for the extirpation of slavery. adnii,This horn Americain, 9n 1801. Coblett ".. a self-:

that the abolition of slavery Is not expectations of lu founder were not which w. uUenemitsor ;theirs) Hitord 10t tilt ohjr)! den, although professing to the f the ,,"o ".
in true sense
ret i
the direct object proposed the establisl merely fur the sake rl..II.
by immediately accomplished, should they at { e" l,run ample Ills father possessed small piece of ground
ment of Colonization Societies} U is neilu. once Lave abandoned their purpose in despair exultation I +", <1uMl w.u i) rtecumetaocedta : hrtnt rhatacrcruf tanwrfiiinglyecams-. Farnham In and tobbett I.Im-
at ,
or embraced in terms by their plan nor re instead of applying proper remedies i t."cc .\h, ?t'KIU! ianl,nirdt o, effectunaroldably ricul-

lured to in their Constitutions; and to and correctives to past errors, cheeks and the south of enc,."."a-peg colt.miutiollJ,I cedes the point Were It how ever suhetanlially be" still tural wits laborer.brought In up"1763 a he common quitted hU, fath- x

whatever extent it may be encouraged preventives to future mistakes, misfortunesand from its. tent), icj' w i"'rpvtuc) slivi-ry. founded, It might the more eerily but tr'. rwf end repaired to London 'where
accomplished by their operations it is only abuses Z'urtnnarely! for humanity, Were It not Indeed{ for these untowai d removed If those who urge it hemecreded in finding employment In

by, incidental, though perhaps neecsiarconsequence. fortunately<<) for the subjects of their beneficence consequence of the Aim Winery doctrine a co-oneraie in the attempt, for we. can Inta. the office in an attorney. Having enlisted
-They regard the subject as and for of enjoniza glue no impenetrable barrier or insuiHsrablc
happily Africa such won end proceedings, the fritud soldier he wag pent to Nova
1 It truly is one which the Constitution of the not their decision | and the prosperity and lion might well be content lo yield the bet d obstacle to restrict the efficiency oC Col- as a common and rank -sergeant
United States leaves to thereto-regulation increase of the original colony of Monro- of argument and speculation to their adversaries frniztttion except inch as arises from the On the return of the regiment. to

and control of the several States iu whit ttaajid its dependencies, the reforms that tindsilentl) and resolutely l'UI' want orp<<:pecuniary means to obviate or overcome major.
land be became involved l as -
would f prosecutor
Congress cannot legislate, exists, and consequently have beenuin (educed h. Its ministration ;sue that crfiirsc of prmr tical measure white h them and Hiemeans o court, martini but did not await
advera n a ,
as one, upon which Congress and well the obviate at/least. formidable itnpedime tit' course bo readily available {If our
government, al u muitiplku- one title the iskue. lie lea 1<< England lor I ranee,, *
cannot legislate, and with which BO other lion of new settlements whh t the Jimits of .to fmanc/pntion, by offering to the cosclentioWs r tics would but contribute to them a French to the United

dower whether self-created or 'denvin; Liberia, upon improved principles addle << prosscss* of a sla B the oppotiihity r. of the sums which they lav Ish in creating milled from where a he maintained port himself for

I Its allihority'from the people of the Union, better regulations and more ivorable auspices Af1tvcsting himself: of what is imp o difficulties and erecting: Impediments to otMuccets. r State.time, teaching English to Jteorh-' '

or of any other !Suite, is.warranted to in- have already been the rewards of wd on him;ai pr"I>(rtr., frequently by il to. 11 was never Indeed ('onteUlpla. some IIIMAi that by time the French or demoe.,

terfere. The exclusive right of each,State their nerMveranee ..n.r.itn nf la"t,VnnL! : .I'pffers: to hi m led Vy the foimders of the scheme color ratio in America, were loud In their

in WhiCh slavery nl.t11r, to iei-mie in ri o"Dot if the design and expectations of r tliemeensmaonly; ; --of rcleavinglm; J "c
i gard to its. abolition' is indeed expressively this society should not be fulfilled if ) much leer, to remove .. country.... ,
a science of a burden but of removingwe / a i, !from -- lo ihe cause of his mother lOtino1'11'1 -'
In bon p
admitted the Constitution of t-vi'j':> \
by the AntiSlavery OtiW.r'ot:
single emigrant sent to Liberia, should he i 'slit or an appro) turn cast upon him, MlWnoaiv v n' I"RIIi" will lit .. ubllrhed a succession of t>an>- .
Society which declares that disappointed in his hopes become dmxatis- InIT. '"n. l .
perhaps an rllance, end which hwillinjfly e well if means l he found hbusurethe emiinanclpstion .lieu... tee .avtwvgee u'-Tntl I'f'tu
its aim is to convince our fellow citizens b y fled conclude ituouldhave been better suiitains nu longer& than the law ( and removal of t1S'r h ttn'LI(rdu..f aJeaten6nt''rv .
a num under
anniillay phlr\s .
arguments addressed to their reason and for bun to have remained in this nacre i _
country, allows, and humanity permits no longc r ber equal to the annual increase oft 'ho ftitYlIt'IIY __
Porcupine, wtlUen with !
consciences that is hideous terra :
slave-hol-imr a it is always in his power to return : For as thin until he can bestow freedom xithourendering the slave great '
crime in the sight of God, and that the duty his own consent was to his removal it population or even: ol all whore wire' owhich were reprinted at -n-
and best intf'reslt of all concerned necessary a greater curse than .18\6ry freedom may obtained upon the, condition the lime in ):ugland.ate "
require nothing more is requisite to enable itself. The Institution cf the Parent Society ( of their removal but whether the .
its immediate abandonment whitesterpatrialiu.s t him was convicted of a libel against Dr.
to leave the colony, but the mere expense bv the cooperation of citizens from I number of those who
aparts emigrate be Rush ,and
greateror ,
whilst the avowed object I of the homeward subjected to heavy damage, la
which i if
of the Union .
passage who distmjuislied
were less iu
proporlion at all
events to thai 1W01 he
of the American Colonization: Society and his own industry should bf insufficient returned to England, and stab
for and
in ixiliar.es, la merely the removal, aod"etU"men& supply it cannot be presumed that the patriotism intelligence, foprudence r number, must be Ihe heachts derivedftoui! U.b.d a morning purer. under the title of
upon the boast of Africa of freepersons beITno\'nre\ of his more fortunate associate as well as philan* the Colonlratlon system. And surely none the Porcupine, in which hehatn'ly' supported -
tro..yand piety,. was hailed u a discoverof but those who avowedly thnt J
) prefer Nlr.
( of the African race, with their ow n I or ofhmnew/ou>) happy mean of uniting{ the NnitH &; el.rethat 110nl"t.., herealter
may soon and he ..C"ud..
I Uponb/V), Onthii he would atdl
less| South In one /rand enierprwt Of n tlOUI&I I born on thin continent should remain In the lteglatar -
h ,
Ti ..
I > establish the first of the I
Its.. ,, "... propositions. events,be a Ah,.... .M ,rsr the pxo r Ien"roleure. Ursider proinodnrs I u inter- bondage, rather: than Hain freedom at thenn th"pr .I- !!. eonmrrredhi.. #
-- TU9 fca* '.lVltl } nlir -- \o :II i aDd r"tA.f' ..tttrh-ttsight: ttttrort res. 'n!(' ma.:. .
rt J6 :ii ..
nenta'noargamentpeed addresBed t ICJ &1. UnU I -. -
condition .artt
.. }
ufuurfreeieopleofrulnrbyen )
beget mutual confidence and este m-the but tho..e'II examples r-JWM-J % "M--n-r-jv-rftj
the reason and I eooae4nces of of our couraging their intellectual 0 with tho d I very favorable circumstances.
many moral and religlousllnpovemf'nt coloiiizatiouof fret people of color lie war rI
fellow citizen j for are member of fits society upon history of their own country's JJettJeQtt'DI I I r'owerfully e
and by the I
by the
removing public shores of Africa, vv ith theiroanaulun-, Before them, ca-aasthat 'Colonization minletry. Mr.
or of this community, and comparatively to enable ex >* yiidbam went
prejudice them according to tile) renxent.And the even so far in the House
although motives
to Africa
few it I is believed<< even amongst the en their intellectual and moral worth to share of different Individuals for the vices, but not the oof Commons as to declare, that e statue of
i concurring i In fits cf civilization
lightned .fave-holders at'the South, re in equality: with the whites of civil and re- the scheme were doubtless various, the J' none but uih: hardy health ought to be erected ;to .him. Hie
yet objectors will insist that
quire to'convinced of the guilt of voluntarily nothing should<< was drunk
All this
privileges. >f} as far airartii general v ic-.i s of a large of its be ed. at lorV dinners throufch- ,
reducing to bondage or holdinj majority esra) becausdctery thing cannot beiccompUhhed out the Island
a1 fa
/ can certainly be effected without founders were not only directed to the 1m. His Jetiers on the subject:
in perpetual servitude, a fellow creature- any necessary Interference with the object pruvenienl of the moral and ,I be that not a single stave should of the Treaty; of Amiens produced a great

They deny, however, that it is a crime i in of the Colonization Society,unless the returned of the free people of color physic and condition liberated, became all cannot be wt free sensation' tub here and on the CohUucnt
em at Tine
.' owe. and
subjection to the laws and te/ other experience are dope Of this
impenous emigrant should be persuaded to bnced, through their instrumentality<< the production u wan said Hr the celo-
circumstances! ,_those ingnoraot and give his santion requisite to convince tlu>se who are trot brdted bwuw historian "
public to distorted', exage- regeneration of Africa but comprehended Aluller, thai it war
wilfullv blind that this .
helpless beings who have been cast rated objection U as futile more
upon or unfounded statements with respect Hie gradual exincton of eloquent than anything diet had +
slavery an a ne- salt is unfounded .po
their protection as well as thrown into their! to the health, morals, condition or pros- crsury mult. The founders of the Amer alone and time and experience peared since the day ct ,Dcmoaihines.* It i

power, by no act of their own. The points pests of.the Colony t and to defame the lean okmizatlon Society were convince of can determine whether the is generally understood thai If r. Jill gave

\i really at issue, then arise upon the ascots motirnanbproceedings of its founders & that without the conscut and ot led plan colonization, or the means proper offence in some way to Cobl-ett, for on hia
of the propositions embodied in the const!i heir cooperation by its opponents, are the best adaptts return
Eel to
agent then the friends uf the $.u'h< not a step conld bo Uki'n which! to improve the power, Ccbbett lost po opi-urtu. 4 h.
lotion of the immediate Abolitionists taken intellectual, moral and
immediate abolition ally ofallackinirhla -
proceedn led: to and that without! { ministry with
the aid great
.maneifatio" religious condition' of the .
in with its colored and
connection race bltiernetA
express repugnancy; the practical! me1.lIrf'1Ifor and contribution of the north, funds -OfWr. \\}ridhimhlor.g"onllnbed
no whether -
or the
to Colonization, or as it terms it '< the moral in Its effects and con
trpafrtaion. [ imDrovenvnt or bur colored" rfMUlrrr eonld ho-nTiivMrd either tnt th* dMa speak favorably but to him he be.
.' And these, as they relate<<>> two population, and let them no longer content removal of such persons; of color- eequente.. not nrnmnf the tmllilnn came hostile.. From a Cburt'h alld $Ins
as ruigbKJ I of ;;
descriptions of person., naturally resolvethemselves themselves with accusing friends of co- deposed lo emigrate, or to give effect to even slavery more certainly and securely and; mats Cobbettbeeame, in ISuO, a radical.):,

; into two questions, viz : First, Ionization with indlfflerence: t't that cub- the intentions of those morerpeedilythanthsditerlcA'oreo o If In 1610 he was sentenced to twoyears' 1m-
proprietors the Immediate
whether 'The safety and best Inte .tl' of jest a charge, which If advanced Abolitionists, prisonment in New
against might bodi-posodto manumit Iheir slaves 1' ,st.,and a fine of I l/OOl.
those people of color who hive obtained the Society, as a body, must be pronoun whilst of these founders of the Initllutloi i I Intermit his Doard, however, will bv no means From an Idea that he would be deprived of
their freedom, will be most and I their exertion can dctermmed I. hie
certainly ced lobe absurd, as well. groundleulna.much who might have ) liberty tinder an anticipated stn .
originally contemplate I Their pen.sion
t past experience is sufficient
effectually promoted by their continuancein to
as the improvement t"'t"'our- the bf the habeas
abolition of the corpus act he left ED-
slavery as eventualeonsqueues ) Arm and
this country, or by their voluntary emi ed race, except M it attend, and was necessarily << of the colonization deuce strcngblen their original cent land for America in 1817' vheact be re
grationas colonists} and secondly whether ayetern in the wisdom, beneficence, anc Ipracticability turned
induced by their removal lo Africa e. when the suspensionermluettd.
none probably It
were opinion ,
the general emancipation of the was not the object for which this Soelty that even if that end could be effected by a. will (their enterprise j and they I bad long been a great object of its. am w

slaves In the Southern Stiles will be more was formed:-and If the charge be alleged method which did resolutely continue to pursue 1 It,, hollers to shin the loupe o! Commons
ny nol, like this innure A
speedily effected by ari/jnmts" addressee against its Individual member, a, the preparation for the, trough good report and through ,rail report after the passing( the reform bill hew
necessary aa
to their owners, by northern men than by mere reference reference to the number A of enjoy witboutbet11g overawed or tempter I returned for OUham
ment freedom would ; trrough'the. !Aftu.nee
I the iudueemi\t- to manu mlvstnn afforded of those I prove neitheradvantageous deviate from their avowed and legit(im- of ,. -
names of them W ho were Mr. Puller
to the slave safe for bll extensive .....nafaoI
1 tbv the plan oTCSotonixation In which the of the State Abolition Societies, !consistent the muter ate purpose of remofiue J to the chores 01 tuner at Todmurdf'D' Dy die death -

1 North and South are unite!,;. In offering the ita"'alld Pennsylvania{ & who as D1t'mher'l nor humanity. with cpiritof a rational Africa such free persons of (color I.I ere rarity lakes place for Oktbam. V*a have va- ).':-. i

[means of removing them when nunumit- willing emigrate, and are to be +
ively engaged as Trustees of They well knew that amongst the Southern worthy merely noticed a few of the incidents in Mr.
Africa tome colonists of
ted. to U-tlflflTa Liberia and if
d.oted In the tfk4llltaf / nrnnriruirt. there undtr r oM-ett's.life. In fact he Ace
dull.viduals been
"1 With respect to the first question, It leople of; color l Is sufficient to refuse iC" who from principle item many Providence, this Society should be luau before the bile so conInually -
policy pt
ill be perceived' that as U will be perceivthat "11. The question whether the general!I anxious for the entire or were lental in carry M'tf Christianity, and itsi Itt; forty years, arid Register daring Is (the last
abolition of lavery so mpleie
d as. It U practical' mite store, it ca 0 meancipalion of the slaves would be more but were from tencUnt blessings, into that boundless waste i a record of ill that he b.. said
prevented and
only be determined by experiment and l inorder speedily effected by addressed manumitting tbelro..n 01 heathenism. which extends beyond the, felt and thoubtlliat done.
arguments slaves, not merely by the )laws ABU then is no lean '> ,
prohi of their immediate rhips .
decide the rffoiu r
to upon comparative m"- to their owners, than the BoarofMansgtr. d "
inconsequence of the biting it whom so little| be '
condition can
except on removal but told thai
Jill of the two b Hn having innew i : will consider themaelvesoverpaid
systems mean afforded by the Colonization would{ be
also( to
those class
i of -
uy higher scruples and conside for any readCotbelt *.
the intellectual moral' and red : all the .atoran.d..t" and
; CDS of them rrproub
t removing to Africa and enUbliih{ rations of duty which forbade was perhaps the
fire abandonment greatest
,rovement of our free colofed poulaiiun,1differing l lug them there, in org.ni/ed communtlies, to their own discretion! and control be they have endured, and for all they way I let that t ver Ilvedr and aa everything that

4 only with respect to the IIIN.tre i.i alllA, as to the alternative proposed b y of those who from called on sustain. And In conrlukhm he did, and every sentence ibat
Ignorance be altered
of their operations, we must be enahlec the Dodely\ infirmity or hey would ask what directly-meditated ,
practical its nature And rice, needed more powerful resuaiou uul Will important in his OWQ estimation bele .
look at their respective results. It willperceived If upon this point there appear! any collision, protection than any which the laws afford purpose can be imagined more Inside r he constant theme of voluminous, wri

e too, that even upon the ,point >repugnancy between the respective ob. hem. Proprietors of this description would more hallowed than thta merely till'" II would be yale Co bevy that' ViU*
f difference there is consequence of the *
no inconvatibiuiy colonization
necessary jeetl oC the
Anti-Slavery and ColonlzaliontIoeleties. ia war supposed, be enterprise laiD Cobbett.. oae of the most
encouraged by the Instead powerful
or incontency In their co-exJs- it ante : of extending io Africa the vices
from writers
can only the Implied Colonization that England bat
Both Car free system in their benevolent but not the beaedteof civilization ever produced.
tence. system as person denunciation declaration ofofboiliiy / It has Ile felt
*- of keedly and observed 1
urposes manumitiog such of their slavesaa 4fc
/color concerned, be carried Into already accomplished almost accurately
may the
the literally
against latter, contained III the ho never failed to make .-
were capable of using their freedom strong ( .
7 Ash l operation without the least Interference Constitution of the former; and front'the their own benefit j and of preparing for to reverse { and if it ha. not sent forth tie ion on his readers lib last Register, ptib. ,;

pith each other. The Colonization Sode'fy positive tendency and effect of the roeae- freedom each of them as might otherwise blessings wholly unalloyed by theaters, of ishedon the 13ih last;; Is as animated
does not contemplate the removal to A* It uhivawd life, it is because they u
urn propose defeat not only the dewhat abuse it to their are to a bis first American pamphlet
own Injury weUu
fricaof the whole mass of our free people sl D of Colonization but its own per pee he detriment ol to certain degree Inseparable from each other. Ibe full ride youthful published m
1"color but only of such of them M are ot Immediate society-by living them The essential advantages of civilization tlgovr. The won-
h' abol'ttlun. hue
'Already the I U how
such instruction er a man writing
would fit them for Its have every day for
and to emigrate and thecese nevertheless been
Ming qualified
Jea10uaiee 01 the South been rekindled imparted to Lib upwards of
by forty
ujoymeat whilst those who years should
of tb Ir scheme depends mainly on they consider presumptuous&wanton slaves | regard their ria, whilst lu Inherent evils have been restrained It .ny.ymPtom.efcoldM, never rihib-

characters, and qualifications of the eranU. i interfeemce with their political righto the merely as property would be ledby and mitigated. Ample testimony but eommvnlcale to hie or mdUJcre nee,

Il i. the interest therefore and Idl1ftle..fu..pl. and from a perception moreover Is at hand to vindicate page a constant,
the character
personal secuiity, on the hf offi- Intereat A
part << of the ellhaoced an advocate be.
profits: to be aerl- was
l as the declared object*f this society 'caws strangers, Ignorant alike of their potions. red from free labor to from I of the colony,.and to prove ,bay ee an equal,-/.. that first of without ....
the of the adopt, moptires i a moral and reqvtrftes--tha
promote emigration ex- si The avowal of immediate abolition of and religious community, il U ex statement of a faee--h

aplanr and Intelligent Individuals the as their object was i Indeed calculated ore which policy others bad interest the same meaa-. I celled by few. perhaps by none on the American I ed. H.In.t1DetlftIY'-lOD..tirt't.1D-tarHcularry

ored race I and surely it may siWy belo to excite apprehension aa it could scarcey .. and pursued from principle I continent or In the British\ Isles. stances which favored

1\ the judgments of such persona to d.- have been possible that such feeling J Not only have the light of gospel troth, of and tbeviewe be wished
a purpose That these hopes and lowppoit. U seldom s
inc for themselves whether a greater could be hoped, even by possible that suchpurpose the founders of expectations 011 education, and virtuous knowledge as well { failed .to prooeotheimiresaioaal -
Tee of comfort welfare repectabihty and a Mid be lha American Colonization I M of practical science, and the useful which he aimed.expose .
( hoed, even by those Society not fallacious arts Whit. he o ul4.alt ef'et1
were U evident by'a cttrtd
{ be attained and enjoyed by ho avowed from I b teen enkindled in these Infant atat..
tppiaess may w it, to be suddenly accomplished he number and ertHrmrala, men, be to
i in In Ilil U jr. where the* are ear.aaded I by means of arguments and pertuatmnaddressed have already been character manumitted the and slaves of those who I but they hive cone forth amongst tb* be. far off meet accomplished IDft,; end he could bb Jll\1D1-.,

by a more aarroonded by a more to the owners ,of a.rea. but who await them, who surround them. The ballot jut- a detect i4ad.
emancipation, solely from the ,lice, and of eobterfuge more mete..Ml1 pq-
rather baY
through such a might be'addreteJ i seminary been mod toes lint
operation the Colonization
Vide Constitution of the Amerkaa. ADdlMietJ. t ra Co .*U.oaoo America Aatl- lava II ales manifest from the system Ji I reared, the etrtstlan temple>> already ewiwmaL W'ega.Nlen ann all 'otbf'tt was ..t
iaereaae I
rapid of
I I ifU 1te spire to beaver Already have the tetG..b.y
ere Ubo-ia some of fife (Mubern and b tei aids of the frOM Oorwgaer. pre Iron epar.porbbl. tow Jbetrer eethkasair mi '

J. 4 4 .. uajy to djacorer the truth. Begs
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t man of Impulse \VHlUm CotbcU WAI I ere and plunder above UloteJ I toe Ran; Bank of Pcnsacola .Remaining ift,the Post Office, PenaacoU

the object toward*.which the thought' oj!f 11 is adventures, in these ;icur lpnj, an t t t... .rft! feting, 'If also re- TKf OTICE tshereby Ds1.atMr.W.ID, July 2&J\b 1838--lQrenonunqulrinlTror

S t ,William Cobbett were constamldirected. felljOf, Incident any.of w.I eh are e ou.J11 I OO'\iKti\ rf sum to appear It the H BcaCttA ia appointed C..bi'ereteat. Pro. letters"on thl41t will ask for advet
--/lent. :
iw k the constant changes of> ptnk>q!I to'make the blood run cnltth'the reins ol f sat C rs'' of the Bank of Penaacola and ia fully tlsed letters. '. .

) with respect to air.ubJ...*- and all men. all who are not lout to the i flings 'of hu authorized to transact all tbe duties Of that A.

There ha I It not, perhaps arloestibai'whkh hi I manity. Take the follow ig, which we: ',C s ht tAlt'h raid that the Firenjott office during the summer In my absance. Allen A. B. 2. Allan R. S. Adams U. 1
.nnt by turns advocated and opposed I 'select at random from ; from JAMES CATLIN.
1 |I the ]' muhlet t Fly, performed a trip Anderson Lucenda. ,
fl there lapel a man whom be hat"not by 1 MI had been back again ". CUIt
acquainted 11tn some .old Dail.t fiUencctady:! and tf'.J f B I
turn ihfi praised and abated/ HazliU supposed hands for a long time, whonad given me inbue .y I liupiidkree minute Distance of West Florida, Braugham Jr. Esq. Ensign Henry Brad .

change of opinion'wae the result of the names of some royal f, lows between. thlrly-of/ainsl I District Gmrt.Etcambia burn W. P. % Boj Ian Capt J. D. 3. llelllrJJ. : -

F fickleness disposition; and that with- Nashville and Savannah, I the State ol :- J Superior term 1835.Wm.H. .. .B. 2.Bcniuer Franco 2. Btownin J. n, 111r.

nut this ftdtlen...ot disposition, and thct Georgia, and many other 'l*.ce. Myselfand EAGLE die ANCIIOIt '. County, May Slo-1 Beach Capt Edwin; Bache Surgeon B. F.
Y1 Cora Ann .
, without his freshness. It M i certain that It fellow nalllf"'OlCrenIh.W Chase, Complt. vs.
a by the 'b. .. Hanson Butler G.' W. BoWyer W. Ball J. M. Bane
was always sufficient to beln the way'of thered four good hQf* i and started for comb, Ida Ann'Slocombt Culhbert .Denpd 0.. Blckery II.C. .

, William Cobbvtt to Incur hl, enmity & become Georgia. Wel'4"r in company with a HOTEL. Slocomb, and Caroline Augusta Slo- Felicity, .

i "I the object of hi*abuse: young South S aroUnlan just as we got to informs comb heirs at law Samuel B. Slocomb ,Carpenter Thomas, 3. Calame F. Carrol
Aa a reasoner. in the sense of he C'umNTlan* mountain and Cren ha\v rllif\ubcriber respectfully deceased, DefU. IN CHANCERY.'
i proper M Caro Mrs. Janna Caro Mrs. Maria 1iii. I
his in(1. general his J. E.
the in
i' I word, Cnbbeu did not rank nigh lie never knew a'about hi. business. lie had been and public day came the Complainant by M. Collin Joseph Cook

i MW the whole ofa subject, and hit to Tennessee to buy a drove of hogs, but thai lie happened the above establishment TillS and it appearing to the satisfaction CagnetteMis Miss Maria L. Conner ,
Coulon John
view therefore .rhen he which hasten enlarged, and thorougly of the Court, by affidavit filed that R. 'J.
always partial lint got there, pork was dearer than D. 4 t give I him K special case; and hewowM he calcnhted, and he declined purchasing. repaired, supplied"with new bedding the defendants ia this cause reside beyondthe Campbell H. Collins J. '
and 'rho L. Capt T. :3. :
furnttu Cassity
description. and in the ton
make Or every of this Court
more of It than anyimuv the We concluded! he was a prize. Crenxhaw jurisdiction
well this house Us immediate Cox Mrs. 8. Craig John Cooper G. C.
of orderedby
t Illustration and winked I ntaatlon of Louisiana. Therefore is
I were peculiarly forcible, at me ( Understood his idea. Cren- state D.Donaldson .
whatever ho had to describe be 'described thaw bad travelled the road before, an tbe probity to the Bay, renders itkqua the Court that the Mid Defendants de J. II. 2. Douglass B. Delai-

well 1Ii.Rural Rides'containing perhapsthe mountain Crenshaw asked me for my whip''climate.] in convrt. to any. In the southern appear here on or before the first day of Duval T. Dallas A. J.
ire Miss\
bent description of rural life In Pennsylvania which hAd pound of lead in the bUll I the next term and ans"ei the Bill of the E I

when he left England in '1817! are handed It to him, find he rode up by the Experienced\honest servants have been complainant or the same will be taken for Exnm J. W. 2.1;. '.j
will devote GovJ.JI.JB.
admirable. side of the procured and the proprietor and the matters and things there. Eaton
Being an accurate observer South Carolinian and him confessed
gave the whole of hi ime and attention to the And It. ffleston J, M. E. Ernest J. T\. Evans: e
,J ,: his language wa 'aht aps. graphic.! a blow on the head, and tumbled Mm from contained decreed accordingly. .
III.style was always racy and Idiomatic. his horse. 'W "lit from our horses, and establishment he lieu himself that those further ordered that a copy of this orderbe EryenMissJvEdglerJ.Frazerllugh .
I, ... who may call on fin will have no cause,of Gazette once
In Pensacola
his earlier production he was somewhat fingered his pockets; we got 12G3 dollars ,' published in the Frand'liuJ.G. .

declamatory and Indicated a familiarity Crenshaw said he knew of a place to bide complaint V\ ARMSTRONG.' a week. for four month successively. ,,4 ,

with Vench writers. As he advanced jn him and gathered him under the arms, and _, R. ACD Joseph Grimes R.
c, years his language and style became more me by his feet, and conveyed him to a deep NOVICE. Attett', GEO. F. BALTZELL. Clk. Gourrinerrts.Geo. Grant Win., Gamble J. .',
Saxon., Though Cobbett the whole 'crevice in the brow of the 16th 1835.-10.-Cm.. Graham
upon precipice, May ,
term the honorable the ,& D. Gordon B. Gor-
was a good speaker,he wan not a good tumbled him Into it-he went out of sight. ATtbonext ofWambia Y to District of West Florida. GuayaguesMr dent. !

a debater, and therefore wa, not in his element We then tumbled in his saddle, and took be held the County Superior Court Eicambia n
at first
city of 1 Ygacola on the
In the HOOK-of Commons. He could his horse with us which wfts. worth of nei shall at July Rules, 1835. Houston
Monday October I apply for County, Harris H. Hosky W m. Sum1.
get on well enough In a lecture when hehad .. E.
the settlement of Join P. C. McMahon Adm. of Daniel FF.lIolcombt J.
adounts the Executor Wm Hodgdon 2
my as Hall Capt. :
an the talk to himself but he could On another occasion lie
had prevailed Noah II.
of JOACHIM DARELA deceased and Burch deceased Complt. vs. Holbrook Elila. Haw kina Alex. Hunt,.U.S.
\ not bear opposition with temper and h e mien old negro man, his wife and three mote to be finally ditchftged.IIENRYAIICIIELET. Allen, Margarita de' La Riia, Executrix 1.1:
had not a command of lions to runoff"with him
suuViinl Texas
resources I to where
John de La Bus Joseph D.Jack
of Jones J, Jones II.Johnson ons3
for the he
ulgerlctet /fa discussion. Whal promised them freedom
I on condition "
and Jeremiah R. II. Smith, Dfts. 2
ne might have been if he had entered Parf they would work for him one year VN bile \ Executor. Bonlfay A. AM...Inard Eufroisine Miss.
.. 11th; 1835.-&.-Ch. IN n. ,
lIament an earlier period of his life, wi descending the J\liS8lsllppl-'J'he old complainant by his J.
day came Dr. A.
know not I but he waa evidently too ok man became suspicious that we were going AOTlC'Jb; TillS and it appearing to the satisfaction Kenton N. King B..Kearney L.

at seventy to cut a figure ai a ready speaker to sell them, and berome quite contrary. I Hereby.notiyaJl: persons concerned affidavit filed that
of the Court by Lieut C II. Long'J. M. 2. Lo-
,_ Jle-iuadeoneor'Jwo good apeechei We saw it would not do-to have him with that six weeks after dale hereof,.I willapply of the Defendants does Lenard
NoAh II. Allen one UcoL .
Miss .
.: but he. repeated himself A was always unt nil| so we landed one day by the side of an to the honorable the judge of thE in the Territory of Florida dilerrer Victorine Lindsay '
.graceful, Tef feertaln island"and I County ,Court of Escambia foi not >rdwind Eleudu. .ftlr.. LewJt-f
a extent, Indeed, hiiH&gitcr I requested him to go with me County, r but in the State of Louisiana, it ,is therefore -
was liable to the tiame-eharge ol r around the point of the island, and hunt a Letters of Administration on the t'ltateQI r that the raid Allen

r .Nlnenefls J.but bU happy lustrations and I good place to catch some fish. After we Ezekiel Cobb,.deceased. ordered first Mondayof November appear,'I, Millerl-.M re Marie, McCaskille
descriptions mad. you forget that you had I were obscured from oar'compnny,'.I shot ISAIAH COBB. on or bill of com plainfiled jM.icDavld D. Merrick "111 Mclennan

{ heard the same opinions repeated by him a I him through the head, and then ripped o- July 1fthJ 1835.-18.-6t. \ next and an.wer"the' ill s'iilTTiifiii JVL. Mencbeelt James M. Manning Joseph
hundred times before... He has left widow .his herein, or the >iinj Madrid A. M: T. Martin P. P. Ma-
a pen belly, and tumbled him into the S the matters & .
NOTICE.A confessed aa agauisUflTahd y014Moreno F. Mallet James Me. Carron
and large family. Two of bis sons are at mirth I returned to my company and In \ i'totttained decreed accerdmg- 1

. the bar,and are ,wll believe, exceedingly formed them that the old negro had fallet!I r the next term of the honorable thi e things ordered that ofthe H. McKennan','R. Moore Hardy. tI
1 ..Mnd it is further a copy
:, well liked.. ,One of them wrote tbe well Into the river, and that,_be. never. came uiafterhe J County Court of E8carobiaCosntyt<) ivV order be published in the N. 1
known description *f the turning up of the went under. be held at the city Pensacola on jJe .rir1! foregoing week for four I Ncufville P. M.S.NuncsMrs.NicholasC.

rata,' quoted by the Quarterly Review a,i. While in New Orleans, he got fn with i. Monday of October} nexlAnall\ apply lorI Pensacola Gazette, once. a "-\

....).. one of the happiest of Cobbet'a- enwions.o / .*-. rich young Kentuckian' and decoyed hi settlement of nY.Att>unt as the Executor<< months successively.r7GEO.' O' '

.'..t :..' man could nave occupied*the public *o I otrt.o a spot whale he' had stationed ,some I of PptuvilEONCio PBICTO deceased, and .4,Cow F. BALTZELL Clk. OlivirMr. Oshanesey .JJ 2.
.:. constantly with himself Cobbeit has donepo of his. P.
Tbey.were :
gang. surrounded, and U tfve to be filially discharged
11th 1833--18. _
4hbout '*es8ing great talents. Take him bhaiJ teir money. Jle M*"tfZ HENRY. MICHELET, July Patterson Eliza* ,.Pla L.Tons J. F.

i Withall his faultaas a writer, and be..Y': w oi.Kentuckian-.r-* ? _' Executor. Run Avay..rlL R. '
j tt as'Rts..r237Tnat hecursed the Ruder D. II.'natclitr S. Reaubatk R.
still be sn a ti ar m -.a April II lli 1833.- .-6m. and Commit.
I r whole city; and wished that it would all be fpAKEN up Robison R..Riddick J. Richardson J. t>.

deluged in a flood of water,'a* soon as he Dr. Lcnls \VIW. / JL to Jail a Mullatoe Man 8.

fipUfRE1THl; GREAT WESTERN left the plu e. I went to my friend the his professional services. to the by the name.of William, he five is Sands Lieut T. Shun>rog 'Alt'](. SkepwithH. i
LAND PJRATE.j. next morning end got my share of the spoil OFFERS.Pensacola. about forty years age thinly Subdell C. Saunders J. Erodes Cap&

individual are truly money, and my pocket-book that I had \L feet, ten inches high, Wm. Stockton Mr.
l j. The adentu.relltbl. June 13.-14- him "
been robbed of." The'following'paragmapis b built, no particular mark about says ""T.

I .of the most startling and'unprecedented revolting to our paturo I District of West Florida. he belongs to Nathaniel! Barnett of Montgomery Thomas N2. Thurber W. H. Tobin J.

11 character..We have just perused tbe pamphlet con I collected all m,. friend about N.. Orleans -Superior Court focambta Country (Ala.) and that he run away Taley E. Mrs.Towers R. Tonand E. Tec
aid Mulattoe .
atone of our friend's houses In that t. 1833. about forty days ago James Twiggs E. H.
'Cc Term
: confederate
:!{ .Wiling his disclosure to m'supposed ufttday BarneitlgJ&eBon of Cl. William -
(Mr. Virgil A. Stewart.) in which place, and w'e Ml in council three day sbe- Wm. Mitchell,by his next friend Jesse. C. that Nathaniel of Florida .V.

and fore we got all our plans to our notion f ive widow: Barnett...4.inij"ji nia\nt Veillon M. Mise Va'eche Walter..
,the jreadft/ let into tbe mysteries aeextensive the rebellion AIleD Gomplt. vs. Eliza Mitchell! TW i.s.....cambia Country .- -
then determined undertake -
\ CflI..cnr89gnew the most and Alfaham MiUted Admr. of Andrews -ltttterarht ted to nil _.rM .
rob.) at every hazard and make as many 'rlen .tutsw and VVLlteker itAWilliam*. D. Waters J.
f take him or he
: wru' r prove property away, Ward E, C.. Williams a.,White lion J.M.
: -. DusineM being assigned him? i slinea tNatchcs 0 fllHlS day tame the complainant by,his will be dealt, with according law : Y- .
T Vir miy..outer tuuuirj, JOSEPH SIERRA.Deputy /
. ,iop.4. .M aJL U..the': chief:organizer on fool | having sold my horse .I. counsel and it appearing the satisfaction Marshal.. Yniestra Dona. Eulalia. Act. Vice Consul .
In N.,Orleans with the intention of stealing .
J. Spirit of this lawless bind which of the Court that defendant ElizA fa Portugal, 2.
and-pre&t another after I started I walked fourdays June 20th 1835.- -tf. .
) : :, .
a ;by Indefatigable exertion seal and ability Mitchell not an inhabitant of the Ter- II. KELLY. P. M.

Jj. -: he hap been able.ta>>father together from all and no opportunity offered for me ritory of Florida but resides In the State of NOTICE. .July, 25th 1633. 20.-8t. _
to a horse.<< The fith day,about twch'eo'rlock
get '
in motion to Therefore it is considered
anl by
:, of the country, : put Mississippi.
iUarithar Sate.
the honorable the
tired and tbe next term of
I had become very stop
,-,! aerr; hli vlllajjous and scattered nefarious all purposes.ills over every ped at a creeK to get some water and rest the Conrt on or that before-the the said first Defendant day of our appearhere next AT County Court of Escambia County, to BY Virtue of a1.. fa*".to'tne directed I

confederaws are be held the of Pensacola on the the Hon. the Superior Court for
number In all a little. While I wa sitting on a log looking November Term and answer the complainants at city ,
a"e-hQlc lS"Le"Dd consist down the road, the way I had come, a bill filed] herein first Monday of October next, I shall apply tbe Western District: Florida, I shall proceed -
1 aOOubtt.. tAoyaf strong, They complaint of the Executor sell at vendor In front of the
man came in sight riding a good looking for the settlement my account as to public ;
H members of'grand of the same will be taken for be confessed
t0 classes first ,
<>( horM. The moment I saw him I wa tinetldecreed of Loom PIERHAB deceased and Court House in Pensacola..'-0n, the 6th of
of the order and & the and therein cent
i things
robbers first matters
.jncounctf, or in be discharged. September next, beta the hours
monsters not determined to have hi. horse, if he was ... it is further move to finally gsa prescribed
secont I Hlwt Striker: or .cordingly.nel HENRY MICHELET law all the right title and mttrcbt
the garb of a traveller. I rose from my by ,
the secrets'otthe leaders but ordered that of this order be pub
into full copy
Jot ..
Executor. of Saml. Fry in and.to the following described
seat and drew rifle pistolonhimand '
an elegant
to do the dirty lished In the Pensacola Gazette once week
kept pair dismount. lie llth 1835.-5.:-6m. Property levied upon and attached
ordered him to April ,
and stand In the of danger.flfcera for four months successively.FBALTZELf..
work paste
and tJOOof done *o, and I took his horse by the bridle at the suit of Bank of Florida vs. said Samuel : -
about 400.of the first, A C ''
/ are py. NU'11CE.
and pointed down the creek, and 'ordered Fry to_wit* .
grand | Atteri-GEO. a*. j
? )''lie latter clasa-they have a. "placeOf Half of lot No. 133 with all the
somewhere In Arkansas him to walk before me. We went a t6thI83o.m. 4 -. T the next term of (honorable the buildings

, jf'; :confederacy art held- few hundred 3'ard* and stopped. I hitched May J\ County Court of Escambia County, to thereon, situated' the City of Pensacola,
fl J where the "mystiebunclls" himself To all whom. It may concent.HE the first feet front Intendentia Street
c' the awful ahdunhoiytiM his hone; then made him undress be held at the city Pensacola. on being forty
W I are bonnd fofetbef-and ,By 1ir concert by all to his shin and drawer., and ordered subscriber fore warms all persons: Monday October next, 1 shall apply for by 170 feet deep, bounded.West by Lot belonging
c/ i'", act token" received .from him to turn his back to me. lie said,"if .L from cutting wood, or committing other the settlement of my accounts a* the Executor to Maria V'yooLand East by lot
I and
i means'of signs under:-whose Influ- you are determined to kill me let me ban depredations on hi*' lands lying on of ADELAIDE TAYASCO deceased, and belonging. to Francisco Commyns.t .

the daring Individual Men' high time to pray before I die." 1 told him I the W, side of the Little Bayou, commen- move,to be finally discharged. J. W. EXUM, Mdrthal. '

enee-they move. holding places had no time to hear him pray. lie turned cing at its mouth, fronting on the Lay of 1#' HENRY MICIJELET JOS. SIERRA, Dtp. Marl

to society and heretofore of the gangaud'thelrafttmate are I.round, and dropped on his, knees, and I Penwcola, and running uplhesame, embracing .. Efccutorl \ July 1 1th. 1835_ia-4t

the secret Instigator shot him through the back of the head. I the point between the two Bayousto April 11th. 1835.5.6m.Eecanibla'County. _
object I* liberation the slaves, f1 HE subscriber ho*' removed tot e
ripped open htl belly and took out his entrails the canuuiement taking'the depth back Court JL Brick
of the Store Jerri-
and Messrs.
wllilea. adjoining
JIDaqacn, ohb plunder I :
from the .,fI.8 to 3-4lhs via mile,and
and sunk him lathe creek. Bayou
I whole wuth. ., *f April Term 183.5.ORDERED son& Foster, where all orders for. CloWn
the East side from the cantonement
:searched his and Sound four hundred on
: 'two pocket, Charles Le will be attended
8oafetlm 'January 1834, negro that Baron, Sa punctually to.
said of lien-
> down the to the lands
1 !; "Ben 'were stolen from a'Rev,.!.( ,,,Hennrag I and one dollars and thirty-seven cent Miehellet Uayou and back "and John E. Pjingle ,D. A. NORTHROP.May .
1 did take Eq. running nearlyone
that not
,::* of Madison County, teftn uce.. Mur- and a number of papers ry be appointed Road Commissioners on the 30th, .1835.-12.-81: '-ihALL '
I book mile. Also ou the Bayou Texar from
time to examine. sunk the pocket
character his side of Escambia River and
[ West
,et had become a suspicion and and bit hat in tbe creek." the land of bhaklefi up the said Bayou, Joseph
Indebted J.
papers to A. Hall &
'\11.. pretended home was,In Madison countff Fprsytii, James W. Earnest, and John A. persons
here the line between 29
nendUh to Range
Many other'incident, equally ranges or R. Whittkcr are requested to
: and had a short time previous been Simpson on,the East side of said river. ,
\ have and 80 strikes the ..a me. Also on a tract of
and inhuman are recorded;but w e! not make immediate payment to the subscriber
similar offence. "lIe.-u closely Judgw.A
rie4. for
It 'ascertained that.he. bad room for them. The pamphlet i 111 intensely land adjoining the western boundaries of true Copy. who is duly authorized to receive and
watched. w"
and will be read the City of Penaacola embracing a tract of icpt ,
'uae Missls- Interesting throughout, CRUPPER ref for the same--
eft tome for some place 'on-
Insurrection upwards of thirty acres-as the law will be *
by all. The recent contemplated' D. A. NORTHROP.
was ,Immediately I May 16, 1833.-10.- t .
'alppirlverand pursuit
.,i,,WbyMr, V. A. Stewart, whom Mural la MiwJMippl another'column,'of which 'we has publish been- strictly enforced. against. JOHN them. HUNT.. NOTICE. -May 30lh, 1835.: -12.-..3t.ETTERS .
an account in
S 5 Aid sever seen and would not suspect. '25 A3.5.-7.-3t.. of AdmiaUtration, Having
and the Ap. L
hastened byMurel's confinement undersigned gives notice! tha a
Stewart came up with'him-remained in- THE been undersigned on
of this disclosure. A list of about of the hon. the FRANCISCO
cagittf*-became very, familiar--f poke of publication Notice. next term County the estate of EJIDO deceased
the abundant thieving.in the Country not 'four hundred tames is here published INASMUCH aa William H.Chase claims Court Escambia County be will apply fora all persona are hereby notified! that

1, Itproachfully wiin pertfcct lusUflcaUon among them, Cotton, Saunders Phelps, eu possession o(an undivided final settlement of the Estate of MARVIN I,four weeks after date I will .apply to the

,". --and at length succeeded inducing Mur- Blake, and others executed in Mississippi.from third ft*tract of land under pretenceof WAIT decea cd IUd-move to be diacDarged. hon. the Judge of the County Court Es

t 1a to believe Wm k *rare fellow" and 'fit I having purchased the same from myself RANDAL ALLIS. cambia County for leave to' sell so much

J 'instrument for his purposes. The result tAt Baltimore American.Tuesday adjoining above the city of Peiuacola pur- XrfttTV of the real estate! of said Ejido, aa will be

\t was disclosure*, M which S wart seemed Bight, like that of Monday wu chated joist by Chabeaa Fitzimon & April 28 1835.-a-13t. sufficient to pay the debt of said estate
. also
,to 1, esteemed a 'promising disciple Th organisation of an efficient armed force adjoining !the"above purchased by myselfOf .
.Stewart ,
And Ptruqcola Stage Offictplait1y ( )
;taken to the "mystic council"! lei,, iato a of citizens, hourly .growing IB strength Dr. Shackkford, this It to forewarn all T1HISEstablishment u now in a coadiJL. : Aug. 15th, 1835.-2J- -
from the 0\11. movement _
period rallying
4 fill hafcory &c.-Wbell' they returned every person or persona from trading in any tionto Travellers : absence Mr. a C. Kt .
accommodate aa a-
of Monday, has been the-means of Completely the DURING my )
for of from
fure! portion same
bad arrested ,asp
It ,.. Stewart way: heretofore. -The Office : All
a .n 4 beld 1 clod rr re-establishing peace, and security said William I I. Chase aa said Chase ia an greably at Stage duly authorized agent
: ,a among na. It Is doing but slmDle'.JiisUce or Ifravellera from Mobile to Pensacola and I l'Ina1odebted to me are requested to
fiiI' It front Muni's disclot uret that intruder upon said land and an right titlesin -
.appears tbe A. MILTCNntiteu asteward is now kept at this House The make immediate payment
that -
to state acting Mayor
and the urn.'ftt.. and remains. in
r.. he ls>a native of Middle 'TenneeaeeJbU my
'accommodations will be lautenhe.. the R. M.'FOnnES.Au .
! u-
Esq. from the moment as .
"fc ,
? taoghtby his motber, when a child,Jo pi-(: comfort of Traveller require. ,. ISth 1835 x3..
:. became ming the responsible duties of his office, SAMUEL U SMYTH. i may ,, -
ter sad defraud, he soon he L _
t" J. W.
; baa been prompt ia adopting and zealous Woxni X. .Cold Baths
, 'rrew up, aUec'ompUJbed'a1n., and wa August, 1833.-II.-U. I. 3d' ,
Z I so notorious In'tbe neighborhood' oi* and untiring in carry tog'out the decided good substantial Blalely laDY. 1833.44.tf.NOTICE. A xHle Barber1 Sa. .>pt next 'door totheBank

J4f'... birth for'aeU,of r caFity: that fongQ and efficient measures and confirmed which have so order.happily Two IlorseEgon II of Penaacola._ "

1 it convenient\ to 0s hla: le residence Yesterday restored the Law resumed:public its function, IifeA AT the next term of the honorable the .oN OTJCE.-'
la the then new An4 unsettled wild .
l and aujnerous arrest were made of Court of Etcambia County, to the next April tmof County Court

of the Western nmtttraaJaplana Districtwhere make he eouldmore sons implicated as participators in the late For, Sale. Enquire of Dr.'Lewi* WiDia.HhANK beheld at the City Pensacola, on the AT Escambia Conaty, I will present my

V 1 securely the tad proM off rlol. Coasting. and a ave fist Monday October next I shall apply vouchers and accounts, and apply for a 5pal -
maraud run
" oelytea, Here he lived country until outwitted by We learn that Mr< feraue, Mane. theehalrmaa ruanlfe.1 Hills of lading. for the aertiemcut of my account of the executor settlement of the estate of GREGORIO
> .
. ;l.jil Stewart property.aucCessfully prosecuting his nefarious .. of a meeting la tkavTenth Ward Deeds Mortgage, Bill, jot of MAIUXN Bo rn, deceased and CARO dece aed, and ask to be Anally dis
\ noticed in more tobe finally discharged. ,
which the
proceedings charged.
design, laklag long,secret and my. adopted tale, Jofitee lllanlu* and TO.rionx '
the eo\Jft&lJ'.Aod another column[ was am.teoct' :yesterday, MARIA M.CARO.
tenant ewwmion over ball toe of four thousand oilier'kinds of; Itlank. Extntrir. > '
and held to la sow A4m.iUtratrir, I'
leagued with every villain he could Bnd.ndtiuaapla the ,next for Mile,nt this office* i April 11th 1833.-5.-0m, "
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th'* ma away slaws ha.) tn their power to Bee, PrIM ,h 1.\..\.orl.1Ir r. had struck, and gained tlicir reject for (do-1['1 I lo conthiuo' ihe lawless proceedings of tie;' .
U.i tht ,- hours And yet this is too much .. -! he supremacyofibelawbfully
< a< we talk of nature, tf.tare plv for children. [ ;
SATURDAY,. AUGUST aK 1Nfi5. ._ Her* our security consists' in the attachment of tea whore feel that net previous conception completely 1'.- ...bl1.hed. .* ,

The times are out joint." Nothing hot wa/, the love to his master, who is& regarded by him have been deem and rtsrrow. He, The following I f- ; kllrrof Mr Kendall, : On Monday morning a feeling'of Indigt* i

pestilence or famine, can adjust! the public mind, as his best friend. It consist U the circle: *, who trusesbe Alp, will experience that this Pont master General, in reply to a communicationfrom lion spread of the devastation throiih| the community which had at twin theright t.=

and heal the disorder of the body politic. Ilith- contented and happy live which. they load| for sensation thousand minglctt of painter with and poet.certainly, ana, millions the P. M. of Charleston announcing Ire committed the night before and, ,1'the. ;$:

site it ha been the peculiar pride of the pea whatever fanatic may think to thV contrary of other, live and die without even j breaking' open of the Charleston Post Ullirr, on threat of further violence' A town meeting .}

pie of th* United State, that their government they are generally as happy u their master. IjconiiisU ; suspecting the power of actnrry over the the night of the 29th ult.I wa called. Our tr"era.l. fellow cltkKen k

was a government of laws; but the events. of afkw in short, in this niter .imnoMibility; of ma. mind. Our Journey across the Sp OReO I PUll Offirt DtpattmrHt, ) cell, General Samuel Smith all such, prealded'end inhabitant
was, to us, n day memorable >rercr. Our \lgllI'lIth, leaa. j a was
this distinc tiring devign* prejudicial to the live or interests I rigs
of any and .
weeks to
put, hay* deprived u* rccolleelion.arc of,r.ntle\lr-clooIllY "P. M. CHAItLtSTON: S. C. a* valued their were dUposed
tion. History scarcely fhrni-hen a parallel for the of the whites. neu-a"'Cul'lo1il.tldo-t'temallUblimlt- Sir i In your letter nf the 20th ult. just protect them, to meet al noon In 1 oward'si'arka.llere

numerous disorders' and popular Tommotions 'trAVAI..-Ttn U. B. Sohr. of War GtAM There were moments during the ascent, received, you inform me that by the atenntl( t accordingly, ''a large e. n*
and of u kind strange andY, to me. Whoever boat mail! from New YOlk your office' hadbeen rour.e a ncmhled, and in
which have recently disgraced our country PUS arrived here from a cruise on ThurtdayI
to Ihe Mayor's oflTce/brneralHrnTM
reeks something new under thetun, filled \\iih, pamphlcm allli tracts upon
t it*institution ; and U I is much to bo fared that : I We are indebted to a friend on "hwnl, for if he has dwelt on a plain, let !him ascend a slavery that the public mind was highly to the utI'mb1ac') M spirited appeal, the

+ these commotion grow, in some way or other, the following brief memoranda of the eretw.-. rerilable mountain and he will Biniit. Awe, excited, upon the "ul jectt that you doubted more Impressive from the eharsf icr cf the ,l

, out of our peculiar form government. What other The a. sailed from this port on the 9th tn..t. amazement. I(100u"onder and rapture, tho safety. of the mail Itself, out of your speaker, who, after half century of pub
which cannot smile, combine that had determined, as he service, now come forward jn bis eijh
.: conclusion; can we arrive at, when w* reflect : bound to ?Uatamon.Odveetontoe. in Mexico, during you posnernioit) you ty-tfrkd> to laid his lown-n.en in their
elevate you. The .road winds up, and the wisest to delaln these papers: year
on the multiplicity of cause* which hav* been Immediately -: and when in lat. 27 22 N. Long. 91 40 We"" up and up-a mad .-Mream, while with and you C'oUfII4'i instruction from the Hepnrlinent. oeternunalion to vindicate the authorityof

Instrumental in giving them birth. In experienced one of the hurricanes which are so foam thundering all day by its side-amid the law: and defend their person and

Boston the many headed monster chose a con' common ID. the Gull of Mexico at this season, lopes and cliff, farcsu and vale.-Iheii a Upon n careful of the law property. The multitude assembled were
and hats or a ragged town and I satisfied that the 1'netmaterCenenihas : \ requested organize ihrmehr in their
I t vent filled with innocent, harmless women, a* which lasted 48 hours, during! which time the! inane plain bciar.'on a poor puuseand rest{ and am no legal authority to exclude newepapore 1't''th.t"rd, and re-an *mMe at the ,
the victim brutality. In New York sustained much her hummock Hall at .lx ic/clock.' This was rffl .
popular Grampus damage- then, againup: and up-wiuding and turning from the moil nor prohibit their car lUy '
t and PIli1acit'lphi.ihty; couhl not bear,, fosooth, nettings stove In, main Jib boom carried away sometimes .through tremendous ra- rill It! or delivery on account i>f the chnrae' cirnily dune, and Ul<> night> the various ;
should betwixt the officer I'vines-sometime* by inAgoilicent water- tcr or It'ndf'Jrt'ltl, rtrwipiwwt'd. Probably bodies werewcll turned and distributed o- .
that th* free negroes come sails & rigging much injured,and th* .'
full*-sometime* along giddy and yawning Jt not cafe to confer on \or the city, through which they patrolled .
wan thought
wind al their nobility. In Baltimore the:"manager aryl l crew suffered con"I.\,11.. \ | C\ pt. Ritchie und during his whole night. *$A ..
gulf*-yet Mill, alway lip up. the head of an'Kxcmtive: Department n
of a bankl"llnltitlltIon had .given offence, WAS on deck the whole time. Then the (,tee of the earth changesv and power over the p"'tut, which might i be perverted ; Regrets for what I* paused are idle. 1 be

and with that calnan_,'delilHiratiOll, and nice On the 19th inst. discovered, a wrecked sail the Brass fades nearly nway, and the naked and abucc.t.'i town ...learnt a lesson from the doing

appreciation of the right of all concerned, for to windward. The Captain stood for the wreck, evcrlastiiij rocks !lift their gray back\ thro* Out I "ni not prepared to direct you to ,of the last few dCl)* ttllt will never be /lor
tho soil. Tlie of six thousand time of which gotten. Feeling* which should ever ask
tempest forward or deliver papers you
such are always which be the Sohr. Watchman
which assemblage proved to Capt.
mate the particularlyin
years have beaten against them. Now the opeak. The Post Office Department won governing power,
they proceeds to pull down the house and Murray, 4 days from Rio Grande, bound to New road steaM.,through a desert of' endee: created 10.acre e the People of each nnd all a republic,-* willingness to nrctcMe

demolish and destroy the property of all connected Orleans, with $100,000 on board, many ptweeir" Mono, broken and scattered about -now o\ the Unitftt Slake, and not to be tired) peace by peaceful means and a reluctance
of through a long dark gallery,' wet and drip- the Instrument nf their dtttmctit.. to proceed to the last extremity fatally #
with the Bank, killing b f way parenthesis, real; among the passengers the ex-vice preri- as/ wre'k.1.
.t the hiinkof a tremendous None of the detained have been foruarricd misled Ihui.y authorities be..
papers a
a down or so, of the unoffending Inhabitants, of dent and family of Mexico Capt. Murray of the precipice, which your imagination would taints and I cannot judge1 for myself disposition diverted them from the ed"p-

She city. At Lychhargh V*: just by the way, Watchman) made his deitreaand iitiulioii (as the receive as tint summit of any mountain )II of their clmrncter and tendency | but lion of the only mean of affecting their oo-, a

We suppose, of suiting the action to the wprd, W. was dismantled ant without masts, sail*, but, anon, the toiling panting, sweating you Inform mo. that they are in chanetcr $t. 11.4,th. force "which volunteered .on

they hanged a-It steam doctor"the'other day At boats -c:) known to the comt. of the Qranipu, homes drag you around an angle of rock) "the most l inflammatory and lnrcndm- Saturday to keep the peace lean, a.11..a*
and lot! above overhang other clilfc the highest de.&tree' on Moudayrorganhedasanarmed force,
Charleston they broke Into the Post Office, and who, tarnished binn.with spar* sails Ac 'ami you j ry-alld.inlUrre'tlonlr'lD would the dealgesof the violently
and other mountains In the sky ; piles/ ." not only
withdrew a large portion of tho mail under pretence took him in ton< and safely .Ian JOlt bin at /wells and pyramids of snow and ice j bud, I "Dy on act or direction of mine, official disposed have been frrtairaivd, it blotd-,

1 of arresting the progress to the south and the S. W. Pea of the Miuissipni river on the so near their awful h'laM.MIO startle you or private& couM I I be .induced to aid, shed would certainly have. been prevented.

went, of certain publications' ,calculated produce night. *f the 23th ln.t. The fullowing ie I a List the white line runs yet higher and higher1 tttowinglyVht giving circulation topap 't* Such a maniteautlonofpnwcc and 'resolution .' "
and you believe not that it It I your ofthKdescription, directly or Indirectly. I would bate deterred them & preserved
insubordination among our slave But the later of th* officer of the Grampus., I Is. the from the horror of the last few
so fur above you-and yet it \Veowe ai" obligMion to the In w a, .but a city
vent in Mississippi,rise so far above alUhese, a* Rubt. Ritchie Esq. Commander,. Tho earth i I. now totally: changed and higher ono to the ctimmunitlr Jn nhich days. .

to throw them completely Into the shade. Th.hew.paprra John Camin LUut.Wm. i the temperature, atmosphere, ulIJ boa- we live, and if he fnrtnrr M- perverted -- ify
gravely"' tell woof eke hanging of E. Hunt, I, tens are changed. You wrap ywur heavy to destroy the latter! it hi patriot Fr_ Alabama Jon>aL
; Stcrrctt Ram('''Paner. cloak around you in the biting cold., Dark "Urn to disregard .ihcm. lnterlatniugtheae The Indian hove. taken pp.*eion eta
I dnxcna at a time,& prate of the dignity&impartiality Q. M. GaAliior Act. Master, brer will few In Russell end
clouds are rolling gloomily' your path views, 1 cannot sanction & not condemn ..plantation county,
t of the commitUe by which they are sentenced W; Evans A.t Surgeon I'I'G. and tho white uow shinty beneath jnu, the step you have taken. Tamped in large number" iu. the coma(ield.
J to that most tnominioue.Jt'&th. C. S. Rifely Paue4 Mi.ln. and the winter wind shakes violently the' "\"justification. must belookexlfnrintli Out correspondent Hfjchre Creek" in to*

To what bt aU this to be ascribed 1 Is there a I. O. Anthony, R J\. Drake, Ifoiitgoino- !' closed ghu cs of your carriage ; and as the character of the papers detained, and day's paper, corfiplaln olthl. The the-
mankind ry 11 ant, Midihipmrn. road, still mounting .lId;bendinl Ui| and Ibo circumstances by which' you are ',ur.roundl'l1. riff of husoelcvunty. 1 told ill -dalbal he
eertainamountofpohtkdfrca'domwhich '. E. J. Le dom Capt.Clk. up, lurm your fee.nov. to the right-now ." had called on LlettC: .Atxton at 'FetL
t are capable of enjoying, while all beyond leads to Win. McNally Act. Gunner. to the* left\-you catch, far below, such awful ., In the 2d, place, we lay hrforo mane' rca- Mit'JleU..r. a-wistane. in this bnsineeis or

Itcentlousnes and disorder t In general it I 1. The tut .haul k or two, ha* gle.iming of miblime scenery.-.ttrh dera, the iransHcliims of the Citizens of ratherbadjcalhtd onUnLkuttnont' tet*-
certainly M, but alit for the'fond hope of the dim wild depth of azure=such forma of .Charleston-touching the mail : certain liNt tovld' Nothing In )ibepreml.see I.
this li- been pleasiint and health Ail.\ We know of but cold blue, lifted and builtop nrouu4 you nUtently with' bl. order, and* at antiered .
philanthropist to
patriot and if tendency one case .f illnevs in the city 'Tbi is the in the eternal silence and ahioudetl the from the Mobile Adrtrtitrr by Alston that he hud no order or

eentiousnes may not be counteracted by the in_ cane oran Intlivklual\ who cone her two wrrk mist and storm, that your very soul i I. hunh- Connlrral" ] l rxcileiuciit mesa created Instruction ibo wbject, and world not a

fluetiee of I'dllCation.1id the diffusion of intclli. in a low slat of health (rein the t&k... cd and chilled, and you feel as if death' the here, tlisdny before-yeMerdny' by there interfere. '1'bereareonly about ft oMirr
gene among the people. If this may not''be done, ago king of terrors hud here fixed his home) rival on the ship Warsaw from New York ut Ihe Fort, a* the Sheriff says;*ud, thinks '
compel to the Our Restive mail ha of hate been very irregu. andA< ere'*'tffctre to staud In your path of four free person of color, two met they-are! not capable of err.Nlag to large ornuuiber
and recent events paus upon lar, bringing u* I letters and at one tim or to lean ana bockon ticyuu from hi* car with their wv a. l'roD1111e fact of ,their of Indian even if they "err order. ,
question;our government la worth none of tbe papers i[of rolling ,mist you would behold, him with- being'unable to give band and Mcurltle ed to do''it. 'I be boerUr.. 'to MrI"! bs. no
blood and !labour that! It has cost. Jt is mlsera- three daysoMer abet tlum I receiver' liy the preceding i qut marling, far your .imafWatiun can fll"'tordlttllnbe prnvislons of. the uniex& I I.om. power to do stay thln\ |., .t.hlen'..$ ,"wkricnt ;t

r 'future history, will hold it up mail. On the 21...t w* got New York. date scarcely. : bu more ,cxcftJLwlLatatct. .. uthercircumntaac. toenwnialned r-;.. 4 wan Issued cain-tlbe fridint!' Indian, /;

chi iguoran and.twt1 fW $5dayaold.On bate.I, \'++ -.-:pam. which. on 'the trfain, vWotoWl aaU Eu- \ a0 tbeir $u he: rb: e., and In that ease be could e.lI-ntt&Ihe tie**.z-r*, .ft

..i fdttfl' "..f' era IIU "QIfta, y to It UI iOIl\11\ :;_ '... a nn .IE. 1ft ... ..
11. ( -'l1'n. old. ..,- ('urlull" Its lonely thundfr reto.aiiu trunks were acccrdlnjly searched, and ,in been: handtd hmi.TicT* n a efl In
"" To bo told that than who have fallen Victim, they wen 18 days : dies away l id the Interminable; solitude.Twejity .- the trunk of one of them quite a large number Betting (/utvarrsntagilrist '(tie' lnuEan*, ,

either 'tn their tiieVor their property, to the.wild A dreadful lire broke out in New York on the tiihes we thought ou/sclves at Ihe of the 'wblitlonUt papers, published at for their name are not know tic and line

2 ) *h>l_ reckless spirit of mobocratie fury which 12th inst. It..is said to have been the most destructive heighiof this stupendoiw rod, and yet it.zijza3 Philadelphia anti l New 1 ork were found. cannot rnsily be old from the 'other, and
course appeared ever mounting far The v horn found had could be If
negro on they were they not arrjetfed they were
.oemt to govern the hour, were. proper subject fire with which, that city bas hern visited I before us and till the cold extreme -
up up, grew prcviooi'ly denied having any |papers nr known. (In one large plantation they.have
.f surh chastinemrnt/only presents the,matter In amore for upward of twenty years. Several lives and tho' darkncs of night overlooked publleouiunsnftiiekind. After their discovejy taken the whole] oldie corn except about
.deplorable point' of view, by .assuring' were lost. us ; and we- were completely lost and the poor fellow, like our forefather IM oat res, which they have laid off to the

that publio sympathy" .U with the rioters, and no enveloped in heavy, u'et cloud,, roiling Adam charged the whole Iniquity upon oversees te keep him from perUhnjrra! *
is left thai will be brought to condign The following I letter frost M,. D"rry, late around. us! like a'mighty' ocean his wife,, and she like Adani'n better half they nay.-Pretty .lev.tfor .n Indian iie) ,
hope then Post Master General,.w*commend to the attention [K-y'sShttcien. charged! the matter to a certain .gentta better than the whiter on some occasion..
punishment. % < *- man in black" who WI'left behind N. a
With regard),taM, d.ager of our slaves being of all whom it may concern, Wean aware thy A raixrine rail way is( Just completed at York, They had boon handed her; she i 'Gray, the poet<< ;.vied io declare ihat the

excited to revolt, it is Much more imaginary than I general P"Mt Masters:rcdi.po.etltodo all that is Bdgartow n,' and i I. now ready lw rrrclvc said, to Be used as wrapping paper,' & for urn o f happincs" beneath the "'rioon on-'

r real, and Woof the south by relying too much i; required of them by, law and tbt>instruction*. vessel' for repairs. Edgar: Wwn and Holme no other purpose. Ip these protevlatlons, skied In lolling all day long upop a soft ;Coo
Hole die two pri ltlplll. harboursinto '
: but there are.ueptio.ta. which harteome'underoorobservation are solemnly 1:101111-11111mlh great apparentdiatreM fa, reading new novel .
apoii the electioneering hambuggery of certain which vessels for lu
which put safety tentrxKtuou of mind-ihrotigh Imprlsoiiment _:
f northern print., should, not allow ourselves to and by we hair suffered. weather, when ,between if wf through *trijie.-they all a* yet roost .e' J'fJ/'or PNhscwed.
be persuaded that such wretches as Thompson and Post Master are bound bylaw. to give information New York and Horton t laud.* they often 'strenuosly persUt. They May or may wet > tDrltish
Cal"ee td the publisher of Ncwspipers whenever need repairs, the rail way will, no doubt, i be Innocent tbrmserves of any dMignsilan-< e
have,it f in their oar
Tappan power, repnee $ ;
; sou
prove a great I felOns to the liberties and the rights ef the ,
the not taken out of ef the office
by exciting disturbance among the slave Ws papsr are Ibe Wouth. Theyrnyy or New O ltlUf, Ballast to II."Kelly. ,
-would not encourage supinenes ma this subject, the person to whom they are. directed. Th pub )'U1troCthe tirl..Amerlcl"bu art pelt have been sent on here by some dealcn-way, &hr, Robert EJtn*,* VheelrlgkV' MOobile.

but we feel assured that there &U no danger, ex. Usher ,knowing this fact: and raying on the been tried tn New York, on a' charge of Ing man or set of aicn at the Nerib. Under ) Ilallssl. 4
y misdemeanor for bringing "'awe. lat. the gchr. Mary Janet ,Wn.lew. N. O. CM
Port Master do hi* duty:make no engairyu nil hr circumstance of the ease suspicion ,
upi the danger. som orth.staves, who mayiiabib i country, from the) coast of Africa. -The something wrong have been a- to to O. W; Darkley',11 MlcbeJet, .J.
the Ineendiry view which these faIaktie. to what has become of hi*distant subcrlbers, and hint the Forsytb Jerrtoen ft I'rter...
: jury acquitted on grounds we Infer wakened. At all events ii ha* been deemed ;
victims continue*1o forward than his paper,. sometime that he brought them into M: Mnchu- SloopHunuman Heruaodex H.91'-.
nd.vour to inculcate, will themselves fall I as no more than rlhllh.t they shouldall ,
to their own ta.liotru' only effect : long after they have died or left the country ,sells, where slavery] does not'eiistho beheld In confinement until they can 'kan Cargo. to the oiatr.Hchr. ,
could not have Intended to injure the returned to the from Fair Lady:. Mtuel, Norfoik..CaretoComt.ofNsrJ ,
which "their 'preaching and pamphleteering In then' eases it is mere justice that the Port Ma. port whencethey
made Uacks.:-Captain Miller will now be (.rltNJ have but recently saifed. One nf them, ...- Yrd. $fepukafirbriX. a'
can possibly"have,is. to.turn the head of a few I tee should be to pay the subscription. ''on' a charge of rei.onr'and; ruucv, ailslng meet l i'.rker'we believe has acknowledged lizohuh from ftev Dileanafor Charlatan;: 'p.

poor slaves{ and tIwn' uch" fearful "example"will POeT Of FIn DJPU'tIlIIlTI': ) out of the some transaction In .pain: which that he ts arqn.inl..lnl Turpaus of August 19. ;.r f 0
x'l laity 13. J83L C else W the other trialDuaa4CEFDbThe a ,Departed, -
"- be mad them, a* .. scare the spirit of revolt gave New York. though denier "having been ;
en-o u fetter tf the 8th hut employed bv them or bY anv one else. maintaining Three Muted bcfar, horse Pierre! B j i 1
from the land. Alto their exciting anything enclosing one from K. T. Bridge i* reed!* traffic ofslavery is I their prlnrlJlIf'i'/ -any rmba*.]i ion. Lumber \V. lik a general insurrection: ,'it is oat of the qaes. red at this department ( and the Feet Muter carried on to a frightful extent at haul, whatever. There f* not Uif least dangeiof P. Binge fc the ...tsr. S tte;
and 'and at Savage' Mill, Me. will .be immediately' by .e'Iie" which clear at that Kl:
lion. It would require time concert port. their doing soy mt.ehiefwhUe they remain '
short the first word'attreed. written to on the subject. ten vessrU were waiting liter*-June Stub in this ehy Bleantirri hart been taken L \f> are n'"dte say 'JlIt F.1iWj.t.ll::
secret penauion-lo j "The duty Postmaster u \'try.'pl.ia- -to proceed to the roast of Africa. Three we understand Ie the BI from I. PRAKK E..q.| :.urt). XW eandidat.'...'
In the prosecution of such a design would ly laid down upon the subject which joupeak vessel* had preioulIl.aalfeG under1 the flag bodiflglntercoQrewiihanyon! yrevent *e retty.M thO' Legi.kllr i Counelly .at the app ._

bring down exemplary&speedy punuhment in the 12th section of th, *evete inh of Donna Maria. Would It not :gee well tong as they remain) A they.will probably In, elcetien; f4 : ,ieI :.

upon'tbo offender, Some to ihit'eountry are in 1 instruction of the Pot Office Law.. They fie our vessels of war to keep a loot out. before many weeks, have the 'opportunity .sri requeued U say lice THOMAS e

the habit of terrifying Uimawilre* by: anal ogiiiag are bound to give immediate notice to th.publlshera of telling (heir own tory .f their ,...ep. M. BLOUNT E*|. ,viU be fandidat 'br|
which arriveattheir
The New York 'American greet distressing
newspapers a -
the condition of the slave. holding' ,stales. that. offire, and which are not taken out picture, of the,candltton of from two here and to in which the city they(rom look whence .theycame now the''f>gl!'.hiive Council at lh* approeklDfekcllosi

.f Sc Doa .,oia 1791, & t,when th revolutionlroke by the persons to whom they are directed.In out thousand ;JlftttH. Allv1'< %' '

; ;out there. N* Iwo. things,however,can hemore tat Ikty neglect Mr duly, theyi art U- of ages whore from ..,'elt.. igbtew .b.. ftl..tale! .t Cel. MCBtfON MOilTplV
able to the wAtch vouldbt flu, for td ach ,.
sulk. not...... St. I> pay MM by years been a without .Pentafcla, as wehad been erpec'Un, to here Is
on Domingo rjarfe M say tbat h*wOl U *tr k4
14* Micr bno., As to the right of Pot work in Paleraon, and whliatMitroxn'4ato '
victim of the,' political boatkiem of Praac., Masters[ to sell the papers for the postage, this destitute condition; because they refused seer
where every thing- nor*f the country-th*tie*f blood and reUtloo-! en; **til afferMrs.taoalAafro.lh. no- W, have aoen accounts of tbeovcrwork-:: may not contend with tboa rival ritle for : : Notice.', m

.hip-and the live ofonoRimdiag women, won tic before spoken of and it baa reference ing children Id the aianu/Acjmiog 'establishment the *rat and golden priz of the trad* .f,! TUB pnderslned bariogobtaua.Lev.|! '
only to the paper tent daring& after thai *of Great Drluin, and the effect the Milsippl valley. The more the competition of MminUtralioii on the estate,
.aeri4eed to tbl wild and reckle** fittntioura*** time. '. of it their milt and bodlg ofTbomas
on which the better, and we think it will **.'! Wrigbtdeceeudr JaIo.b trot!.
t of the monocracy or Paris. In ITW, the jfallml *. (am, gentlemen resp< Assembly proclalme the political. raft.f M ) obedient. servant, of eight or twelve years of age, labor thlr- [ be eonMrneted arrow tht tettua. 14etMd t. resent dials" aeoounta. and cl

the fro with.the whit** in th* colonies \VM. T. BMMessra. .,,, Un hour a day to brutal tyrapay. ills a gion of UM'state ofTegnxaea, MtaMppi altered for .ettleraeet, and...all,.per ons.j..,
negroes '
J. Emory & D. AVaugh most npmnoly nnnaturaf 'dctte ri4 Mid. satdpwi) .a'
uo and barbarity Louisiana Alabama and Ccjorgui. Income < bay expected,.totakelromedkUtpametit ;.
and In the succeeding year,' appointed thr** "Pobllsbersof ChristianAdrontew whklToot Qly..u.u/ of the feelp-4, point on tie Atlantic, on the Galtot Flew :; ,'t ,

niMioBen, wh .* their arrival prjoclaiaed th* the Ida creajure for the time but which' to-j tea<< or north of Op ..:.k>rW.. It la* ,work .. DENJN.p; : YJI'OIiT.w. .
f, mancipation of th* al..... Exeetto* had been It elated that annual worth of all' dicta>n .tan Injury for life, stinOng the that-mart be dooeu *. w.\- _< w .. ,4f. r,

committed baLe.1) th* Md *f rash. bad. heal the mechanical and manofictariog product growth of Its mind awell u budt:-.aalJe [AT: V. 1lMrIJl4, '1 Atf'. ,"_ It. ,
of the United
Stain U about lyre '
many emsear prerentln1 from Jaltaialng tai' '
(C.Uersd tar and wide 1tJ' thoM who partook .f hundred million .. 4 oUce.
of dollars
oc tea UmecM bealthir adItIt ,; If vt ,
prCportioniC a caUno From tk* Bam0rt. >>lrb.. IE"relalNld obtained a
the, extravagant notion of liberty, common ..I much. that of cotton. The foreign coma rival uriti. i manufacture without U ita- Order restored ta,.oarsuy.bytbe' S.ued .,$. .. ,tern <"I'NS&INftrltY ng' 0..tal Ltt-.ef
that time to all Frenchmen. Bat thereat *hor.tor m rc*of the United Mates, aeeoroinc i. fro.their heartlesM system of e&ild-UbQr *xce *e* eumoilitffd P* Saturday sullen .f avall, dereasad, hereby notice

of St. -ba,*,. oocored after the slave Mr.the Nile, to only shout a twentieth part we 4 better, .b.jn>oar. factoiievi lint a and Jtanday, the citizens'-foreed plat....nMooday aH 1J1fID.< to wbom Mid eatai to rnoVbifd

had thus been lioeoMd by the at of value consumed of the creations of property rented/.ran be supplied for fha aril, and and under: Ibo 4irjfU..M4 ..- to "..,..s'tMjr account and claim. *.aitol-i
annually lithe flagrant vioUtMi natural Uw andehrlstlaa iborliy! of the Mayor and Cpvoril were roc .4 tot tlteinent, end all person Indebted
home, to cut the throat of their master* This precept CMMUH be prevntted Ay lorth '
ganlzfd io.armM
bodH Protrtioe .
I?taU! .. ..will b.exp.Ctad viakeHnv'
view */the matte, to say a.Ala.r The Norfolk Beacon say that the corn I pubDeopinkm, it ajtould bo inad 4 aobj tfi I Io of their live. and profM tr. f rwn'Mewit. """ '-a. lIJeDt. .*'-. :

pasj&moe*the**, of tks black..*, ... whit *.. eropatn barred thai vicinity to are vsry fine and arick (kgWailon. Tb Amertcw: hats that, I hundred to two hfhusln4 W''f 'iy J"X JOSEPH BONFAYJ3NSS '
untldpalad* The- wheatarenetsoproiatslnf. the childrca bad only imitated she esaapleof Of the FiN Conn a.pu1N,' .ere.pB n:ernes E ;
btb. aopM.L b.wv.es ..wkfcfc -
t ,the.crown workmen it fwd.- woman, who .I ill Monday jHfjov, ire>uewp was ,wade lug to, 1t5.6t..

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Scarlet 'or Cherry Turnip fo. White 1 price,&u WJ Mil,of the original subscription. with brevier, rwnioia, tend .onparell type..' Public NotJee.

tIM PEmJLCOLA GAZETTE. Fall Spanish do. Dluk do. Early SugarLoaf He thus offers to Library Companies It is embellished, once every three month*, A XL persona are hereby notified that ic

AUGUST 'M, ISM.T& Cabbage, Early George do. Early Reading Rooms, and to gentlemen with a.pleddidauyer-oynquarto engrating J\ cording to the ordinance In such case.
.+ Dutch do. Early York do, Large York or forming collection of books, an opportu- and every week with a popular pit made aDd provided I have distrained for
Gums will be issued every Setrrday Harvest do. Early Battersee do. EarI'I nity purchasing twenty large & extremely of fitiuie! arranged far the pianoforte harp City Taxes and will sell according to said
Evening, at 93 W per aamum,in adraace Bullock's Heart do (very fine.) Lar valuable miscellaneous' volumes ata price Ac. For each volume a beautifulLy ordinance, OB the 7th day September:
c4 $i payable at the end of alx month, Drumhead do.Late Dutch do. Flat arbelow their' cost or value t an opportunity tng/ateti vignette title _pale, (painted next, between the hours of ten and two
spit 4i payable at the expiratjoa; of the year, Mitch (very fine,) do Green Savoy do. which must necessarily be of shot t duration by Weir and engraved by Durand) and a o'clock, in front of tbe Court house door,
at the option of the sabecuber.r\ YUow, Green Glazed lo. Turnip. Rooted & which cannot occur again. The copious index, are furnished. The terms in the city of Pensacola, undermentioned -
A.vfaT>nsvfiiiTa inserted at the rate do. Red Dutch do. Cofewor*, Largt following terms will not be deviated from are tuna DOLLARS per apnum, payable, in property, or' wo much thereof as may
pre dollar for ev ry Courteellinea (or less,) Purple Cape 'Froeoli, White do. Early If orders are received; within the present alt caret, in tld a"tt. It forwarded by be necessary to pay the taxes due thereon.
t for tM drat, anl fifty cents for every, contlnuotu Cauliflower Half Hardy dos Late Dutch do. year', 1833. beyond which period the proprietor the earliest mails to subscribers residing Wm. II. Chase 831 Arpans E. of the.
fijI ) DbeMaent iosertioo., Cesarean Kale or'Cow Cabbage, Scotch will l not be ;found by. the present out of the city of New-York. Communications City.-13 12 *.
... .. Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip,, otice. poet-paid, must be addresed totheasEAitors. James Caulfield 1 lot Na. 901 Roman
1\Y; Early Garden Stone do. Norfolk Flat do. 1. Sets of twenty complete volumes will No subscriptions leceied for Sl-23, -
.61r1 : Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga, dc be supplied in numbers for 30,00 cash. a less period than one year. Samuel Dewes J lot Marked D.-4 00Felicite .

THE FALLS UF THE PASAIO Long Hanover do. Sage, Large Btll Pep- 2. Sets of twenty complete volumes Territory ofTb'iorJdn : Detrean 1 lot No. 166 Intendei--

sf WMHINOTOM nviNa.4n per. Squash do.,Cayenne do. Purple EggPlant eaUyjhalf) bound in blue or red morocco: Superior Court fur tia St.-75.

a wild, tranquil. see fringed with .forots piw Curled Cress or Pep rgr... Plain 0,00 cash. franklin County. Mane Dada \ lot No. 137 Baylen St.-!.
Cress Water Cress, Large Tomato, Small The purchaser who orders bound sets Peter Mitchel Executor of Robert Mitchel J 2L .
W aenn.nsto rs had firthionod a soft svUsnseen do. Vegetable Bcorzonera, \\ hit may have his or her name printed iu goldon dec'd and trustee of the late firm 01 Ellen Foster 1 lot No. Govierno St.

*, Solid Celery, Rose-colored Solid do. bum, the back without any additional Carnachan Mitchel Complts. agt. Francisco I .
j Th. ntrttt .f the ring dove, rho. haunt. of UM mer Savory, Dwarf Curled Parsley, Curled charge. Dalcour Executor of John Forbes James L. Goree| lot No 10 Church St.25. .-
deer, Parsley Curled do. New Zealand Spin- The Museum contents consists of the dec'd. Camilla Juanna Dalcour CatalinaSophia .
PssMlo .ht stlraea roIl'J | 'If) and clear. age, Flanders do. Round do. Green Cur, best selections from the entire' range of Daleour, John Theodpra Dal- Walter Gregory II lot Marked II Bay 50

ed Endive, Broad Leaved No grandeur of pro peet utonuhed tips\ sight Mustard Brown do. Long White Okra,. *'. Tales, Poetry &e., and it may emphatically Theresa Laura Dalcour children & heirs 11431. '

Ji' tirtyytant. sobuoi mingled; : awl with 4.jjth. .., short Green do. Asparagus, Nastuition,, he asserted that no periodical over of said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia hu Heirs of Henrique 1 lot No. 23 Bay-25,

''f ..t>\tJ Roquette, Corn" Ballad, Curled Chervil, published retains iu interest, or that wife late Sophia, Forbes daughter of John Victoria Helms J lot 137 Baylen,-1 00
: wild Aow'ret: Vo*. t proudly wave!, I Mignonette, for feeding tiees. Sweet Mar value as the Museum. Juanna his wife lAte Juanna Forbes the -25. *
ADd parr w s tke torrt.at the green: bank tfi joren,Sweet Thyme, Sweet Lavender, Lemon The back sets of twenty volumes remain said JUIU1Da Dcpeatre and said Sophia De La Croix 1 lot No. 200 New St.-
.".4. D.IOE&rJ: ) Golden Sioux Corn,, ng on hand are not mm-erous, and are Dalceur being the only children and hiers 2 5O. '

.. But the spirit thai ruled ..'er U\.thiek, tangled: Early Tuscarora do. Early Sugar do., rapidly going. oil Address of John Forbes dec'd, Deft Manuel Malagoza 4 lot No.273 Intendentia .
It wood, r- Early Washington Peas, Early June do., ADAM'ALDlE, appearing to the satisfaction of the -37 i.Antonio. .
( And deep in its gloom fixed hi* murky; abode. Early Charlton AD. Early Bishop's Prolific Philadelphia. IT that the defendants reside in Uu Muslin CO feet No. 281 Inten-
4 r Peas, White Marrowfat do. Dwarf Prolific I'rospectua Island of Cuba one of the W est Indies. It dentia 1 (JO '
wikt'seenelW th do. Dwarf Blue Inperial .do. Early J Ik therefore ordered that unless they };.tatel\larGtlln216rpal1l buburbs- -37 i.
Who loved .the. "hirlwind. Of a new volume of the New York ft/irro.'. appear
' Mono, China Dwarf Beans, Early Dun Color rpIIIS Work is devoted to articles from here or before the fourth 1\IoOOM11' February Chatty 1 bWJ.illlw& No. 130 Inieuden-

si And gloried In ihundrr: an4 Iightoing, and Dwarf Beans, Early Mohaw Early Frenchor JL the pens of well known and distin next and an.v'er complainants bill &In 37 1.ltelreca. -
' storm. WarriBBjon dw'f beans Early Six: week gnfohcd wrU subject that that the same will be taken for confessed&. Petite i lot No. 246Intendencia
? do. Early Rob Boy do. Refugee, or 10UU ttII1'on every the matters hereof decreed accordingly & 121.13enchback.
AU Awhed from the lom.vlt; of, baUl ,he to 1 do.-White Kidney do. Variegated can including prove Original interesting Poetry to the-Tales general and reader Essays it further ordered that a Copy of this order 2 Iou. No. 32 33 Reding. .
Pole do. Dutch Cue Knife Pole
Cranbery be printed in some newspaper" printed 5tt
humorous and pathetick-Critical no-
} a Where Lb.red (sen enconnUrtd the children- "* do. Rer Cranberry Pole Bean, White do. tires, and choice selections from in the District once a month for six month' Ruebcn Stark: 1 1 lot l\0.106 105Cuna87Artfiran
,1 flame, do. Large Lima do. Small do. do. Dutch -Early J. A. JCAMHHON, Stone {Arpana Na 30-60.
the best both American
Whil' UM not&** of the war-whorp stilt rang }n White Runner do. Scarlet Runner do. and English new-publications Scientific and, Literary Intel. Judge D. H. "/*. Ju6nTurei7fttNo. 10 Church St. 124

hi* ear, FLOWERSEEDS, assortted. notice of foreign Countries Aug. 22th, 1835.-24. iVmect; Vial. to feet No. 134 Inten-
pad th* (reih feeding *eJp u a &roJW he March 21 JOHN CAMPBELL ligenceCopious
J. Rorhe A JJittrict clrntial2i.Rafael
' bean.With by Correspondent* engaged expressly Stephen minis- oj
t or miTullaXtuiee and exclusively for this:Journal-strictures trator of Jonathan Bunker, 1 It'ett Floris. > Vidal 32 feet No. 240 Spring
: glance eVdUgAel, k*th*landc.ji* surveyed Gazette. and Central. Ad'trtiter upon the various productions in the fida, ttatJtBryson kcao-12 i.
a* I. Fine Arts that are presented for the notice Irvin. J melon 6'w- Joseph M. W hits, 1 lot No. 15 New St. 1
With. M;fragrant wild towers its wide waving rilHE undersigned propose to publish in and approbation of the public-Ekboiatc Court-IN A TTA CUMEb T.T4)TICE to, No. 18 Church St 85. Arpans Shackkfoid .
shade | ._ -L 'the City of Tallahassee, Horida, a : and beautiful specimens of Art, Engravings is hereby given to the defend- -143 | *. *
Where g.taeasJen thrwgh maqrlna of weekly paper entitled the "Tallahassee : lUa lc, etc.-Notices of the acted Drama the institution of this wit by PABLO PALMES, City Coll. ,
' 1 Gazette and General! Advertiser," its columns II and other amusements=Translations (rem attachment returnable to the November Aug. 8 1834.-23.-41 :

a uevrpareM Ita Water*, it* *arfa.* serene, will be devoted to Politics, Internal the Lest new works in other language, Term of the Washington Superior Court
Improvements,' and general 'intelligence, The defendant and all interested 8 O.he"'ftrd.
trench. German Italian bparldh, etc.- persons ,
1 He rived the green: 'hills, the wild WQ*].*> he i comprising the news of the day, both foreign and an\infinitive variety of lr.i..r..UlUJetltoll are required, to appear and plead to the r> AN-AWAY from the Subscriber -
IaJ! low ; and domestic wither civil or political.In Declaration filed in said JLt, living near Burnt
reading r lanng to passing ctcuia.remarkable case, according to
,lie tsarist' tb* pare streets la.rough channel I accordance shall 4 Corn. Conecuh County, Ala.
t custom, we pro individuals, discoveries and improvements the statute in such ease made end provi I.
t y ti, 1I"f; : oeed in a very brief manner, in lay before in Science Art Mechanics, etc. ded. in the night of the Oth inst. a
r T III: .11 nt th rod rock* th. steep precipice i the public an anualysis Of the plan on etc ALLEN II. BUSH, Negro Boy by the name ofCAMNFLL

give, which the Gazette will be conducted. about Itt or 20 yean of age,
,end. horl* down, the chasm the thunderingwave. They will endeavour steadily to keep in In announcing the appearance of the 12th 1835.-24 Atty.for,-131. PJf.AUjluflt { rather middle size and somewhat j'eUolbh

I view, the land murks ottthe Constitution of thirfentVolume of the *NEV.YORkMllROlt conj|>Iextion. Had on.when be left home

.... the the United' Jsutes, by which they hopeto almost the only duty which .00 ItLtb''AIU.lJ a spotted gingham round coat, a spottedVest
1I Co'cn tI aioone have eine rolled in the long
tine steer their course aright. As modera- deed>ca upon its editors, is to tender their ESCAPED from the Jail of Morroe and a pair of blue casinett pantaloonsand
Upwof most cordial acknowledgement to eirold' Southern District of Florida
C.a hae ofteoed those feature sub tion and firmness will be our motto, we a straw Hat, but will probably change
friends for the continuance ci their support a prisoner the of JAMES S. SIM-
Low shall be slow to brand with political heresy, ,who name his cloths. The said boy can write stole.raHe
; abd to proffer to the numerous subscribers MONDS was committed to custody -
baud but and
spells dictates
hose who diner chool-boy
politicians honestly
Th of the white ha the may
*i man lightened list .
whose have been added to their three indictments found the
nature on by
I have doubt that he will
in opinion from us.- badly. no
ahwul during the their thanks for this grand jury of said County on the several
pa 'Jpar, ,
It U our design fairly to the forge: himM If a paM.tlld probably a free
1 And dnj4Wd the deep gloom of thetihiekst report passing '
mark and of murder and
S charges
o/J& approbation. piracy larceny, I
4 Political news of the day, the political 4/ne, end t'bat.g.,11IlII me apprehend
l 4 aw.w. views that we may have occasion to ad To tb ey taft only 'reiterate the and made his escape by mews olal.. keys taid' boy w ill attempt get T"ote+* laonieboat ......
i !,. tin bas conveyed, that as the! on the night of the 14ihJ40&IIe I U a na- *
But &I stranger geese wJth wonderingOu y Ltt.HiU be done diopaMionately,jeo far ( cr Ttsnel bound to some d [altei. ,
", .. AI at eves 'T and we hop* "."., succeeded in preserving ti"LCLA 1JJ***ftrfj w* i) a mariner u"I 1b b f
J IM t ks rwletj torn and gropes wnu mat lilULfrimnkaUons are. :* l 3f'1 efieiar ytitrrs' ajuiiUniniof notice to all) masters cf boats and.other \esselslf -
.1, of its infancy ana Its youth, to in maturity aq a wrecking' veesetst and at onetime tirhaprlicition! be made to arrest
will observe tbe same rule, otherwise It will endeavor will to deserve the ap .f Stilt t OY." athehC. dint borders to rosin, their publication will not take placerin said boy and tonfire; him in jail so that I
. mMeomed plause which iu earlier efforts rccevid.u delphia. lie is about thirty years of age him. N. U. Should he be confined In
I' x>/ 'yv'L.mtU lorrkOt leapt headlong the observance of this course, we shall get a-
would observe that five feet fire six inches dowricast
the latter they no expense or high, has a
'..to lives lfcf act with atriet Impartiality.It nyjail wish the Sheriffov Jailor to write
shall he spared and no exertions relaxed guilty look, dark sallow complexion.but .
] Eutnt
Corn ard let
will be the aim of the publishers to me immediately to me
.f to render it at teat as attractive and from close confinement for several.
. : VU<< kcYAr4. render to their patrons, all the satisfaction know of his confinement .. I may never fee
'S: popular as any of Its contemporaries.... 1 he months had become some somewhat pale, "
the of the Mar- they are capable of, bearing in mind how I it w hen published in the paper
TOSCAVJSD from fu"tfCSy expertenceofpaatyears wlf give confidence has a remarkable scar on his head & some! '
'\ I' Jll ."hal tart the tfeJit, cf the 28th, day of ever the old adage, they that would attempt to those who have watched our caret ; scan-about his face. lie Is well known; in JOEL LEE. t
if arch'4, last William Hambieton who was to pJ..... evrybody will please. nobo- while the volume that will soon close New York where his wife's connexions reside. Aug. I5th. 1835.

convicted of negro ieJmg and fined by the dy. will be an earnest of that which is to come, .'
Jury.the sum of seven Hundred Dollars, tt Although It I. our design, to pursue a to our more recent friends, so that the reputation i I will give the above reward if he is secured 1'or Bay or &n,XoWfr, dL -
fprosse' uJ1 oo. The said Wj111aJp Hantblctou course untremelled, by the st aklea of any already secured to our publication in any Jail in the Uniti-d States, or the bile, I'cnxacolu &,e.llENew .
It about twenty fvnrrttrsA. ale, .- po'.itjcal! p&rty"'ill'lDalin, this avowal, may be maintained and enhanced. same reward with all tea nnalle expense* and Sotendi -
,.1>boo, Are feet Myea snd a hair inches high, we would not be understood aa being indifferent To both we beg l leave to declare that delivered to me at Key \\'e,.t, Steam Boat
;:. fair complexion and light hair a little >ncli- to the importance of correct princi. in the ORNAkEMAL JoMJuLl.lbUM.N1'S THOJ1AS EAST1N MERCHANT; Jot. SitttLvn -

tp tied to atop whet ata din>and U very round ples. : of the MIBBOB he best ntoe talent 1!. 1 h. \h usurer. lee cowntander will leave
t -xahoBl ered bjneeyea and has a bold lootftWl They wish however distinctly to have h has been engaged t that many painters Key West. July 28, 1835. [:ttf] 101 the Lair hoed every Wednesday(
** .aa1 4 H HwnWeum escaped without' havrrMi known, that they will neither lead the van,, have received commissions from UII lor the ii.oruirg, en the: arrival of the 6 o'clock \
ii .. pall' his one, The %bove reward &bete.f"fbre or follow in the train of designing' politi execution of subjects of national Imic-i}' Election Notice. cats lor
; wiU be given! forthe delivery( the said Intriguers, who are,"men of principle and national sceuery and that tngre'era of AtCk.tmber tAnfit22th, 1833. Dry of St. Louis, Pass Christian Day
re HambletoQin,the town of Marrtan in proportion to their interest" the 6rstpterit han been sect "h. sender: 101 ICE is herrb) given that an Election Cf Ldo11. I'aecngoula and MoLlie-
i. County district of West Florida. Several columns of the Gazette,will be appropriated 1 ., these works fitting illustrations cfour nun for two member of the L gisla- And (>netei> Saturday morninf at the
& W..Exem 01., to Essays of. Moral! and Miscellaneouacharacter bers. 'How ever beautiful, Late been ties Council ol the Territory of Florida. saaehour; tribe above places, ant Pen-
d THOMAS W1UT$: under the head of Read, the preceding *ork of art v itch hat v ornamented for the County ot Ewamlia w ill te held on sad to,",* and.v'ill touch at all the intenne-.
tirr JJtpvtl.Martial JtutHci.IT.'i\, Inge for Saturday evening.The our pages and however loud Monday 6th day of October 18..3, at tbe dials landings cu her return,

I 1 u llth 1880. publishers are fully aware of the dif- and frequen tha beentLfc _('1'1&111'8i bk.h folio irg places in said County under the for information apply. to Capt S..Uer"
E, rf O'E flcultie of their undertaking, but they has greeted their pi.tlicmiou, *e hate 110 superintendence of the following InspectorsVizt on board or to,
en' 'NO : place great reliance on the public libere. slight satufftction being enabled tu state GILBERT VANCE. *.
th that lily, and believe that a diligent attention to, No. I. At .the Coutt House Pensacola
< 8 1.'rl1"" the Boob for recmv.C that those in preparation tut pan any thing JNO. KELBIIA W Jr.
"I" keg lubecdpUou to the'P'ta1' stock of business, and a zealous Effort.to serve the of the kind ever known IM the LntlftStatet. in the' first precinct' Inspectors, George JAMES CURELL
w4 1 aberQ.UJe Insurance alit TrQ.tCOlD- public, wiU secure to themselves a liberal No literary periodical publishedIn \\ ilhs, Francisco Moreno & J. Jerrison
will be opened tlts trace of ThomaiM share of patronage. l this country has ever attained such an !Scur.' New Orleans July 1835.dgul8.-tf.
")iuu- B eqthe cltT-ol: 8t. AuguUo, The City of Tallahassee being located In extended circulation aa tbe Mirror, which" No. 2. At the House of J. Cox: Navy "
up I on't&e seooud day of November next M U the centra of Florida and surrounded b> is of course the best proof of |eta 'congeniality Yard, in the 2d precinct, Inspectors, Isaac Notice. -

A..M- ,and will be left open from, time to many natural advantages, possesses in a to tbe national taste, and an unequivocal 8. Middleton. Jeremiah Ingraham' and D. TilE undersigned Heir at Law o/Pe-
I time.b,* ..rament,onil thewbole of the given space around Its centre a larger population .: approval fits system and tLe principle Munro. Palau, deceased, claims title t.
soak .h.U be subscribed not enceedlnf thir- than that of any other portion 01. of its management. No. 3. At the.House of David 8. McCra- WO arpans of Land Lying and beinff fa
It thQT.rrttory.wjthln the same limit, hai I vy Florida Town in the 3d precinct, Inspectors the District of West Florida
ty T In the course of the FOUR John A. situated on the
but weakly Simpson David S.McCnvyandE.
one .
LOT. CLARK newspaper.In Western
side of the
'! ., 8. Amos.
R. RAYMOND REID addi.ion to this the-e are ,. valuable commonly called
00 .' uengned, painted and en- No. 4. At the House of John Bayou 'Chlto bounded
THOMAS LAS.Cwnrnutioturt tracts of Land, which we doubt uolIU Gardner, on said Bayou and
graced bythe lent and MOIl eminent ar fronting the bay of Pen
_.1 : w soon be brought in cultivation siiouKJthe Ship V.rd..1.,. the 4th precinct, Inspectors, sacola distant therefrom
tult the will be published, together _abort
i* country
price of the f th Timothy Twitchell John Hunt and John
present great staple i> e mile &lid. a tblrd. The
with WOUD.ENGRA* Aid tract
U F$ S11 GAUOKViKEDS! country be maintained-which must considerably numerous Gardner.No. described fiaa been above -
_ YI 119 aubecriber? his just received s.Urg augment the population of She, \1NGS, lilustrptive eunoutand inter 8. At the House of James W. Earnest Pedro Palao by the granted to the.said .
tncidenti and Spanish
etdna tcent, antiauitiet, Govern
'J ntof gard seeds ofevery Cold Water, in the 6th precinct Inspectors
MXKtm 4 country. meat on the 29th
PIECES of French 011alla'1 1814.
I ed by thrSofltetytol From consideration stated with al-oul James W. Earnest John MeArthnr IJDoo
vriptijii. They were prv* "the abovefce ,, German Italian and British MUSI del1llofld therefore claims possession
Spanish, arid
Sbak rs in CoiinectlcuU and have therefore no hesitation, in believing and Jeremiah Seville. 10rbiduU
bla.-* and 1)r >wajrnted. The fvljowinf, \ a that. we may with .confidence rely foi CK, rrangcd for the Pianoforte, Harp, No. 0. At the House of Angus W. Nicholson laDdL persons trespassing on said

C&LallC.'oCt the elreds.e the complete SUCCCM of our undertaking Guitar &e. in the 6th precinct, East aide otEaeambia 'SEVEnJNO
'ter Onion Yallavr 'O loa Bed On- of The same taste which has presided over finer, Inspectors Joab P.ALAo. .
c y bite on the suoport a generous public.. .Gaines July I 25th 18320.4&.
t ao.'tI Early Blood Turqlp: Beet, Early OONDTtlON* our MUblCAL SELECTIONS, will super Neill McMillan and Angus W. Nicholson'
layu Sugar do. ae Karly Onipge do. due 8>tlad The "Tallab uee General Advertiser., Intend those hereafter to appear, and the No. 7. At the House of Samuel Patterson Western District of Florida.

.. .r cSwise' Chard do, Lungflood do Loofl will be Printed on a, super.royal sheet, al: principles which guide in thia departmentw W eat side of Escambia, in the 7th precinct nofAington
then rel Wurtzei'do, Long White bcarcUj Four dollars pr annum payable In advance, iU be, aa they have hitherto beui, novelty Inspectors, Samuel (Patterson Thomas Tm Superior Court
sttd .' arlet Canoe, jf erf noe..) 0 rug or on dejiyen of the firm* no. four delicti s I and excellence, the beauty pf the poetry Bradley and John E. Pringle. Bill for Partition#"*and 18M-
nili 4. _ood da. Early hors don J U...nieejI Ely cent after the expiration of six worthi I and the melody of the accomlani- CHARLES EVANS, J. C E. C. ., Injunction..
White do. five dollar at the enw.. A Copy. "w fi.Me/Re"PUllltti Y. T1"0">"
I,1 I Parsnip loot ; Early Cluster n I or doe of the year.N AdministatorefWWi./
turn tc *,u Sera >re.' Lon susbeription will be received for a 1 ass I The character of our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE CRUPPER C7Jr. and the heirs f UaDnah 1. Watson -
that I! 'ZTlt; 'frvne+ .do. LT fgftgg term than one year and the paper -ttl DO)I 'U too well know' to be. _Notice It Is ordered the? Court Sus*WW.
oy thar he
werd .. d Superior Watermelon*, Ear y, be discontinued without orders,-aad all arrearmge ., descanted upon here i It .i* suflUient to LLremoos Indebted to the Estate of I given to David J. matk1elbr4 Richard
'ill. Ap do. Larg* Muakmcieflm are paid up. state, that the choicest writers have promUed A JONES COBB deceased ShaekJeford Edward
,rat..., I""lDeafdap, Large.Cantelope do.:; Green The first.number will-be Issued during: their co-operation la the home department are requestedto end ShacUefoid, Leland
A. *254 Xttrpado, Ppn ranale do, Egg Melon,, the ensuing simmer, or early .. the fell i and that DOtwItkBtaudmi, the egos I make claim immediate. payment. and those hiv Trip Shackleford StmpeoD that S*""* heirs clllan

II w/t| Ihiteh 8ummer. uah. Coat C ooK dA Communications addressed 10 the pubJfa -. move expense we have ioepntd, we ahallconunMtoappropruM to ing against their estate are requested the eonplainanu, unless \btra..ern,
, present accounts properly attested filed herein on er br'fore
tjummer do. Crookneck all available talent
Crookneck hernabe
,dues postpaid :
for settlement. the first
nom- Winter do. MamuxKh do. White Cuba* LDWJ1i.CO' .. ..elK pOMible inertaae the daima of the the day of our December Term,.
ag t dft. Mammoth PumpkDtI l' BENJAMIN. COBB, lame will be taken pro eoafessa.
& TsUaha.se.Apol OtA, 1835. Mirror to pubye support. A .
C I cconn.cttiilroi do. Ch ee do. Imperial tilt .' On there ground we commend our fotthcomnf -I Administrable Copy.Atteit
'1 anr Loaf Litpu o,_ Earl'\ WU e Head do,: BacL 1b,,... .1: tea ."PI.., volume to the notke sad approbation Jam. let 18U-19.-8L: June 13th J. WITHERS... (1.10.

f "Iu iN ufees dead d4. Ice Cop, 40. WluLci, .nun* of ov ePYgtry nen.f J OSEPII8. J.EVKTTS Wholesale and 1835 14. 4m.
Cost do. Mt.uo Ikmua Cone do. Cab. TIIBpropietorol J.ittelh lIuweum oj r (,"oIIcI IioIu.-Tbe' Minor U Nave avery I retail BOOT& SHOE STORE, Bank -

bs:' 11.atf tlo. Last White Naples Radish, "" lkleuhd Ar; all I Saturday! at the corner and building. Comer Palafox and Roemana 30m taal1YaU. aa
yi ca.-ie( Bbot1. Tup dOr Purple fI l p I bas de irrnuaeq 10 oi pose or toe remaJnlnietao r Ann-street It U elegently printed in the 1 SuetU. Exerted

.. ,.. i'9 "" doTo / / tha back Totumei at a reW rttIueed I uper-royal
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