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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: October 24, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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J\ S.iTQIRD.iI. ..BV.\7J\Y1. thoughts ; aud if at any time I caught her over each other In their madness for a Yet it was well for me ,that was thus en felt Unable to rise, but looked op. tad '
eye, or seemed to attract her notice for a mouthful drink. Jostling,, threats, en gaged. There &in no better cure for diseases thought I awe. female figure approaching.It .
moment that was looked upon aa a blessed treaties were .resorted to by those who of the mind than to keep the hands of was hardly possible for: her to per*
.. TilE IIARVEST DAY. circumstance something for which to watoh were behind, but in vain. Selfishness... the patient actively empJoy That attention ccite met for the stones among which
Lrt not tmLition nock their ruefUl toil I, again. tbe ruling passion ef the moment, and In which Indispenilble lo tuy w 01 k I was Iving, in a great measure concealed eass.
Their homely joys, .,nJ destiny ob.c-r*; Though the lovely Mary.had thus absorbed : the wish to slake their own thin no one in spite myself, turned the current of my Here feeling faintness" again otetib
,. Nor grandeur bear with OiwIanfViI smile the whole attention which I could either saw or heard his fellow. I bad beta thoughts. My second harvest at length powered me, and shutting my ayes, laid r
!. Tb .hove sad. simple annals of the poor spare from my labour, I never ones dreamed fortunate In reaching the ale among the terminated, but under different feeliugs down my bead. In this state I beard bu
ORA Y.I. that it was possible& for any one to suspect first t I seized a cup, dashed It into the than those formerly experienced slept draw near, 'pause, and then advance
To many, a harvest day appears com me of being In love, till one day when pitcher, and brought )t away full Though I now pursued my oceup.Uon.ilh lit almost close low here I lay. I was now* .
mon place occurence, which can have nothing we were seated at oar dinner It might my own throat was )Jike an oven, inj hex tie hope, but a dogged resolution lo better hie to rise. I entreated her not to be afraid '
in it worthy of being recorded. To he about a fortnight, from the commencement care was ty discover Mary. I wind her my condition) alas, superlative exertionwas at I had only stumbled and open bya. x ,
; thorn who have all their life-lung been accustomed of the harvest. One of the bandsters struggling unsuccessfully, lo posture some but too truly n e..ry. 1 had an aged II mere accident, and would lOOn recover."Indeed
to think of society only in that had been j jeering Mary with the number of for herself, and draw Ing her gently back, mother in a great measure dependtat ," said .b, In answer to this tc-
I. artificial state in which it exists in cities, her lads; she seemed half offended at the held It out le her, while my Inward satisfaction on me for support-a support it would I count wnleh had given of myself, "1"
such a simple story as that I am about to freedom which he took, and half displayed itself in a sn, te. abe have been cruel to have grudeed. For. mutt te sadly changed :" and as she spoke
narrate, can have little attraction Yet with the i"direcilribul.which: he plea could acutely speak, but her look thankedme I some)'e..llb\l. pursued my toil, till the she approached me aa irae'4a(..*a clote*, **>**.,,
these may rest assured that f eltn, exists to her charms. I had also joined in the ; and in observing her eye brighten as death of my surviving parent released me look t you are sadly changed if should bav v
among the poor u well as the rich. Art conversation, partly to check some strange she drank I was more than rewarded for from my unceasing labor. Havlag no longer 1 afraid r but it it to long since, that doubtless -"*. ,, '
and education may give new external appearance feelings which I found rising within me any sacrifice I had made. She had not, any tie to bind me to th* spot, I 'delermhtcd you-bave eroltenlIf'nah.:she be- "- -
new ceremonies and new manners and partly from a mere love of talk. \\d however, 'more than half emptied the puny to depart from the humble villagein came agitated r and conld scarcely add, la -
but these belong all to the outside had agreed that 1 should count Mary's )o-j terse, when a suddca'recollection seemed w hick I had spent so many years, In order .. tones of the deepest solicitude, "But...
they cannot enter the machinery within.- lens while he mentioned thelrn3mes.! to cross her, and she offered tt back lo find employment in America. you much hurt?" These words, and the
Nature exhtbilslh same ph M."Mr.a in the had rearbeJ four, think, and there was a v Ith what remained of Us contents Inquiring Previous lo setting out for tMs new placeof voice by which they were uttered, thrilled
cottage as in the palace. To,the Village pause of consideration, when Janet, the at the same tim !w'ith much. solicitudein destination, some business led me once my very soul. IIltbr) !" I exclaimed,
maid therefore or the peasant girl,-who wife of one of the farm-servants, who had hc'r manner, if I hod got, any myself more to pas*lb e scene of my earliest at M con It be possible that it It yourself am ,
4; ha reached her fifteenth year under the been listening to us WIII.ouupcallng raised ?" "Quick, qUlrk\id I In reply 10 tachment. It was In the forenoon ; one in speaking lit and in 7-where Vi
paternal roof and without ever being far herself upon her elbow, addressing u,c her queMten, and 1 will gel mote." At all probability my thoughts \wfre; -preoc- is year husband I I was never married, ft
r ther from home than a day's journey to '|- said, "Ay, but ye've forgotten to count my request, thru hurriedly preferred, she cupied with the journey before n).. Out I did! not, expect" She was allowed to .
sit ail uncle or an aunt-to her:her "first your net,' tho' I'se warrant )'c're as deep i' drank it off, though wnhaeeiuluf reluctance ere I teaebedtbis portion of the road, my proceed no (unttrr btn .AM .was locked\
har'st" is a matter of u great importance the dish as ony o them." J8' thunderstruck and than sat dowa;, fctwertiag, shoe tie chanced to break. I attempted to In the arms of her early lover a r'hU.-
t as "bringin out" is to a young lady of fash. at this accusation, and could not utter with something belween.tGtt1'. and a supply its place with a bit of small cord I pressed her lo my bosom, I forgot that ''' '
1 ion. The combined circumstances of quit. a word in reply. From hurried glanceat Mush upon her coumeQtMakthat ". which I had In my pocket: but it was rot my head was bruised and tba blood trickling -.
Ating her father's house for three or four Mary, I thought her countenance at the was afraid I had hken rAoMfltrWtof her ten and broke also. My next determination down my face, till she reminded ....
weeks, the strangers among whom her lot moment expressive of.some scornful feeling than of rnj'tclf.." AJler fraslmf for a moment was to proceed without one; but I of my state The injury I bad sustained
[ is to be cast for a "an and the disgraceauendanl it was at least an expression which I on that feeling of satisfaction found walking in this way to disagreeable, was Immaterial.An '
on being ill shearer" -these never seen there before.<< I could not which now pervaded my bosom, my first that ( at last rcaolvedtostcp Into the first I" explanation soon followed. More
jlo her young and inexperienced: heart are look again. I felt the blood rushing to my impulse was lo look\arouud lo see If what house I should come to, and try if I could! than 'one individual had offered her, Ida
'. j k[ sources of deep anxiety and ceaseless face, and with an attempt to laugh, which I had done had attracted notice, for my find something w hich might serve as a substitute hand, while residing in Glasgrow'.with her,
J thought But then among the crowd, with was not very successful belicte I toned over heart shrank from the idea of its )partiality I did to, anatomy no small surprise brother who was a taller; but .aa aha bad t
' t 1 whom sha Is thus to associate there la they as if to seek rest in another position, being<< known ; but such was the confusion found there an old acquaintance I i no particular affection for any of them, aba -
chance that some one of the other sex' may but In reality conceal my feelings and sclfidhness which prevailed, that no. had scarcely seen him since we had shorn always declined entering Into the married
.. see and fancy her whom she-what is more This to me was rather an affecting Incident one had given the least attention. An opportunity our "fI,., har'st" together, yet he almost state. That brother was now dead,ft af
ti. natural to woman?-may fancy in return: and long to be remembered, because >,was now afforded me, by silting immediately recognized me. After supply : ter seeing his affairs settled, she .was thus .'
some lad, with raven! hair and sunny brow, it served to stamp deep in my heart that down'also! of being near her fee an hour ing me with the article In question, In- I far on her way back to liar.mend.. She .. '.
whose speaking eye shall tell her that she powerful passion to which youth is so '-albin<< which had never before occur formed me that he had been lately married, I would not have beta 'te ,far advanced till 'J.I .
is dearer lo him than the rest, or?.whose prone; but Ills not coupled with those rec- red. Such were my feelings upon this occasion rand many and pressing were his invitatlonsto the.next evening,,bad It not bean for an
smile and suppressed attentions shall ollections to which the beginning of this and Mich Was the salisueiioii I experienced I star: and take my dinner with him and i aunt, married to an Innkeeper on the road "
unfold the tile his tongue refuses to utter. brief history alludes. These had their origin at the fortunate occurrence which his wire. .who insisted on putting I her on tbe cMdtlor .
He is already, in her mind's eye, clothed I about week after the above mentioned thug entitled. me to sit dowu on a stubble The dinner was ready and soon aver two stages., She. aid stated, that the
with all the attributes of manly strength occurrence, and within three or four daysof field beside girl of seventeen, without either I ; but before It was finished, the conversation had almost determined to stop for the night
or youthful bloom which the ardent imaginings -, the end of harvest. rank or fortune, that I believe I would had turned on the pant on our boyish where she had beea set down, but the fineness
; of a young female can heap upon an Here I may remark, that up to this period ,not hate exchanged my lot with the wealthiest ofeuer'than early acquaintances. Iwas of the evening bad Induced her to
ideal object of her affection. I hid never supposed myself hi hue in the land. My happiasss was how once about to speak of prolong her journey'for two miles farther,
But it is not to the tillage'maid alone with Mary-at least that sort of love which ever, alloyed with the recollection that Mary, but tome strong foiling prevented at the end of which the expected to sleep
that a "first har'st" is a matter of deep In. ha.the appropriation of its object in view. harvest was now nearly over ; and the distance me from mentioning her name; atlastwy at the house of dittant relation. Thus wef ,,
terest. To the growing lad, who hitherto Marriage was not then among my thoughts. of Mary's place of residence from friend spoke of her praised her beauty & were thrown together by a combination. '
has only shorn beside his mother, or the To admire the symmetry of her form-to mine fell upon my heart like a. stream of modesty, and wondered how she contrived circumstances, which appeared almost1 0
,: stripling of a cottar-town who has been hear her speak to gaze on her expremve cold water. On the sudden call of the master I not to become vain, beset'u she was providential, at a tine and In a way which!
bred to the loom, and lived In the seclusionof and beautiful countenance unnoticed by anyone stumbled lo' that part of the field with host of flatterers and admirers. It no one would have expected -
a weaver's shop ever since he left school and occasionally! to be rewarded! where I was to resume my labour, and' need scarcely he lold that on these 1 seconded I My scheme of leaving the countiy wee
-to these the new scene of life in which with a }look or a smile from her, w as all my look up my sickle mechanically, and almost him warmly. It appeared as if the now abandoned, and in sin weeks m the, t,
they are about to engage, and, the untried heart asked; and this to me was n source without knowing what I .w as about.A last ten years of my existence had been evening en which I tumbled over tba rank:
labours nf the harvest season, are' aubeeU) ,0 f pleasure, to which my past experience kemp, or strive, to 1I..td (n the aAer blotted out and I felt once more the strip fence Mary,became my,'wife. We have
of aerioUl'&boulbtbleh often pass in ,afforded nothing half so pure or an dehght- ,roon t and though I had Improved BO much pUn of 'I.J"'.. My friend next rallied now seen two yean married and I need
review, before them long ere the ripened ful. as a .hf'arf'rlbAt I had been lacked upon me on being, what be called) her ",re.I. scarcely add that I have found btr all,-tod
field calls forth the reaper. But perhaps Thoughl.had fancied that Mary at the as Ihfrli IIder or the fcld for the last eight est favorite." lie had heard.the quickslght- more than all, wblcb my Imagination lit
their feelings at this important season maybe the time was rather angry when she heard days tet tipoqlhls; eecstmn; we-that is, ed Janet accuse meol being' in love, aid Its warmest momenta bad painted bar.
l better illustrated by my own, than by any my name introduced among those of her myself and the; four womeu who were my declared that Mary's blush and the con fit-, ,With her beauty I never was deceived' ;but ..,,
other account. which Icould give of lovers, yet in a few hours after hr manner fellow labourers-were fairly beaten. -1 aloe other aiannars, though she tried to till I wu connected with ber hi the Intimate
them. evinced no sign'of permanent displea struck my sickle upon stones, which soon look: scornful upon TlItr occasion, rctnvmccd lie of marriage,' 1 bad formed nee adequate ? .
Even at this distance of time-and it.is sure. Our eyes met as they had done before destroyed Its edge ; and in attempting to him, young a. he was, that, If she Idea of the,, resource of let '1n1 4. 8baf Ii**': ,
now more than a dozen years since-I have ,at first timidly, as thought" and with sharpen it, I only made it worse, and cut cared more for one man than another, I had received neither liberal nor an ale fJ.7:
a perfect recollection of that anxious forethought an air of embarassment t but this pasted my fingers Into the bargain. And thoughI was the favored bjecu This gave birth) gant education-nothing beyond what a 'fir
with which I looked upon the ap- away, and I began almost to imagine that wrought I was almost blinded by the some reflections on tbe treasure I had idat, village schoolmaster is accustomed to die \
proa'hing harvest in which I was to make 'I could read ia those glances something sweat which flowed down my fare, and the whieb were not so plesslng. I tried to.banish tribute tai lira. other station\ 'But .aba' if-
my debut as a reaper. I was then about partiality and an expression of kindness, at women, too, exerted themselves to the utmost them,.but they were by no means allayed could! could '.think, end ,bad, 4
sixteen-but little acquainted with the the very idea of which my heart daneed ; we> only I succeeded in getting out when lie observed, "that be was th..lil.1IG those who, have done these !! .tJ
world t and this seemed to be a sort of era and he air I breathed seemed to become tkird-the rig on which Mary was a shearer not certain but it had been better/or me If will seldom be at a lost to apeak correctly .,
in my existance. I had been eager to learnto purer and lighter-tho medium, as It were, being second, and one, which was nev she had become my wife, it might have" upon any subject! wblcb cornea within tba
hear and had often assisted at harvest through which indescribable happiness was before known to be first, having become saved me from my projected journey 1 sphere of their observation, or lead ante*..
work; but to be placed upon a rig as a man communicated to my whole frame. 'Thus vktorious.\ felt the forte of his observation, and became! 'less life, how ever bumble It'may be. '
with the responsiblity of keeping .. well ,did our days glide by, and the short period Tor the two following days, I strove In thoughtful. VN bat ails. you, man?" said U bat been said that U U dangerous lo at*, e'
advanced as the others-the rick of having of our acquaintance draw to a close. vain to get near the object of my affectionsbut my friend, in tone of much pleasantry ; leapt any description of married life.:;; ", '
ill neebours-to commence work by five o'' lam now approaching a part of my story in spite of all my schemes, and all the "who knows but you may yet get her for ThisIn some instances, maybe true. Ia1so .4
clock in the morning and when the sun to which I feel lean never do'justice. arts I used to be beside her, some untoward your wife; only you must stay where you far, however, at' my o.rt experience. ;!..
was hot and high perhaps to be engaged in There are passages In the lives of even the accident always threw ns asunder. At ate." shook my head, and told him what goes, J could never subscribe to the seats .f. '
the heat of a kemp-fall behind and, be most obscure individuals which beggar all length the last of the corn was cut down } I bad heard about her being'"shortly to be ment.: But u such: It the prevatHBf* notion .
laughed at by the whole field-these, with language to describe, and this was, one Inmine the harvest was over I and It was with In- married" "Pooh I"* said he, "my wife there it only one V particular fit our .tt
many other contigtncies seldom absent from of which 1 can only give a mere sha etprrsulble feelings of regret that I tit myself was lo have been shortly married le half donestleeconomy. which .1: shall'ientur& y! .'
my mind, made my first liar'.," to me, dow. It was on one of those days in 8ep- compelled lo bid farewell to my companions the young men ia the parish before she to mention- and I do thfo la tba hope. tbat\ "(!("I ..
what a first battle is to a soldier-* thought .tember?wben a frosty atmosphere in the as well as her to whom I dint not I was married to me t and all this without It may IM u..rul.o others, who,,like tu, '
In which. for .the time being, all other morning{had given place to a burningtun explain the feelings with. which I was ani i her consent ever being asked, or her' being bave nothing depend upon bsaihelrewn>
thoughts were merged. This anxiety about at noon-when not a cloud obscured mated. I was young-I was friendless.. one told what Ibe gossips Intended for frugality and industry .When wa entered s* ..!;
what was really nothing Increased .ear the the heavens, and not a blade of .what other course could I have.safely her. lie then processed to kit me, that the married stale, though wa .14110"'** -.'
days and hours of the intervening period grass was stirred by the wind. A dead and ventured to have followed ? The' .marriage about six resided. had been to see a neither of at ceuU boast of mucb prong. ,
diminished, till on, the night previous to sultry stillness reigned around, and nothing of the penny less I leads but lo misery& relation who in that neighbour The chief part of our capital consisted bt a.; t if.,
the day on which harvest was to begin, was to be heard, save that rustle*. we sell.rondemna tlon. I hood and lhat'lhen at least she was notmarred. willingness,, and ability fo'.work,,'fervour
my feelings were fairly wrought to a cli ourselves made. It seemed as if all other | I returned to my native home a lonely I I cannot tell how' this piece of brrad. I bad saved a little, max.I sounds had nickened and ceared in the intensity being in the worMt but 1 experienced the information affected< rue something like agleam te set up boose,.tut tba,flrst expenses,
al'Ol4lll the morning from uo refreshing of the heat.. Hard labor and the [pleasure of hope. Winter,spring, and um- of hope phot acroes my mind ; but It reduced us to rather straitened clrcumatauces. .:
slumber, l hut a night of unrest, went to profuse flowed from liner, were again past, and .,.In'-dld the Wa. only the effort _f the thousand times Peeple't.clothes.-win not .wear the.
the field and as is often the ease in those every hsdccasionid the most distressing i of h." spoken of "drowning man catching at longer,for being married. .Abostitweha-'.
difficulties'which imagination magnifies! thirst long ere the hour of rest pin before me anlreturn.f frees lairsand :straw". "Six jyau agoP she might be month after our marriage,, my ".1)-41''',
found relief from my own feelings in the brought our mid day refreshment. There young-smiling lips, and eyes which married three times ever since then. The coat bad begun ta assu&ra faltered' appearance
bustle of the day and the novelty of the was no water near; our throats were dry sparkled with the buoyant spirits of youth/" conversation, however, tome wasi'erlyInteresting. ; aadthougbMtryexerkdsllhet;
scene." Hard labor excepted I found nothing and our lips parched There was -an universal My eye wandered over them iii vain, in ., .,My friend's, .( too eoliene41t Ingenuityor souse time past to keep it ;ia ;:
so terrible as 1 had anticipated, and e- complaint, and many aa anxious scarce of that on which wished to 'rest. who many anecdotes, calculated to a state of decent repair, the thief was BO:
ten from this I soon found objects to attract look In the direction from 'whence toe It was greeted with a hearty welcome by ,rouse me Into l imation. longer practicable end IP !mortUlca--
my attention, or at least to lighten it bearers of the bread and ale! for:dinner numbers former acquaintances t bat my The sun bad considerably declloed be lion, more than mine, Jl WM fast becoming A
by diverting my thoughts, and preventing .expected to come. At last we were ear listened without being satisfied for aTflcomeffoma fore I left the boos of my Mend, and the useless. At .ible, aba fretted..and; aa wa
Toe from poring over my toil The new almost suffocating, and still there was no voice'which' it could not :deepening glossing had.already considerably bad no'money altbi time, wished to ret a,
faces by which 1 wave surrounded afforded appearance of relief.-Sorely tf masters only bear )Most of the lut year's sharers advanced ere f was fitton mjr way towards hew one upn* credit J for my own p Daret"elt 4
me a wide! Geld for contemplation, and among knew what their, reapers often endure, bad returned J. but Msryl where was borne. With the jrlew of shortening ( perfectly contented j for I never look*
these It would have been strange' at ther would treat them leas as working machines. she 7 I would have asked, but could tbe road 1 turned! Into a path which led'th"urb ednponaftiat at lbt most Important matter .
my age, If the female part oUII.m had not .' Ia this distressing predicament I apt Iret last some one did Ufortned' aa adjacent plantauea .f flrav and t In tunaa's: lift j and besides, a togged : :
come in for a share of my consideration seemed to myself to suffer leas Was those and the reply, frost several voices at !which I considered cayself, to be",Hell ac garment, and the Idea' of beinf,In debt, .
Young u I was, I had some perceptions around me-not that my thioat "was less once, 'was, that she had to 'graintedwhb. Ia this respect, Jiowever, were la ray mind never to be pulvpone-
of beauty and harmony of parts and related dry, or ray lips less parched than theirs, Glasgow with her .brether, a JOIM'per I wss mistaken. Tbe slightly beaten path qual terms. In th> spirit represented; to "'. '
the women, whether viewed as it but the absorbing interest which Mary bad son lately returned from that quarter bad wound round hillocks,,and parted off fa so bertha i impropriety of tneh a step to.people :; .. t' .
to colour and regularity of features,or elegance acquired In my bosom prevented me from brought intelligence that abe was shortly many directions, that I became fairly bewildered in our cireumstaoceev LH na }.extf;', ,
of form, and free sad graceful .motion thinking of any eU which might affect myself t. H worried r I fell the blood flow and lost my way Ia ibis distressing tift. ,Uttle, pettfBCo." I observed, > end '
I soon discovered that then were various whfl shejrss suffering from..the sane, back upon mv heart at die sound of these predicament: J all at once heard the endeavour in future not oat. to squire oar, ', <
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degress prefecton and I witting or. it might be,even still greater ptIvatloa.I words. Aorf/y to be married I A sickness barking of a dog. J knew .JI musl-tcate want, .ptDcJlhrelo"'l but kcve a trifle
ly began to take a contrasting.... la comparing -" now became aware that the comfort and and giddiness came over me, and, tmcomscuws .a farmsuadlng oa the ,verge of the wood, over forro ntingeneler.let" .bt. 'Pall and s t
or rather them together happiness anoibor may' sometime.' ail. that I was la the presence of numerous 'and hurried onwards as --rI1" possibleatheditectlodofthewead.'thashia lay $aside If U ... no more. than a .
and; settling ia my own mind their respective nearer a man's heart than his own. U* observers,: sj) laughing, .talking, and : ,forward la time we ;
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claims to ment. Such for a time POD this occasion Mary engrossed the whole full ef glee? I sunk1 Into a sort of apathetic I did not discover untee>.*Ute that I s6y4joweek''sp 'everythine" '.
were the subjects which occupied my mind of my.nap&1lllflll but sympathy was all trance. There was'now ne external object was ea the brink of a precipice w hlra separated we can require. My. wife jwt kiD,. .
when its energies could be spared, till at I could not mend the lo draw my attention from my toil, and no the field from the road* Tbe next one of that refractory class of persons! who,,
last my attention began lo fix rather exclusively matter: and to cheat time, I indulged lathe feeling in my bosom to triumph over the step brought "0'1111-1 forgot to make .Wtab no one's adviee bat their owe :t'
upon a single individual, who to me .klpatiOD; that | perhaps be able sense of we rtne.. Success In what I undertook a leap, which, to a tertalaty, would have Inuuctia&ely..Dte(to the propeeiUaa, ink''
appeared to have no equal We Judge of to help her to the.'cooing draught auU brought no exultation of feeling. saved me; and fortune would ..... It, was not long rn putting it la I practice*
every thing by comparison, and Mary tie earlier than she could bare procured: It a 4lD4 want of success bad lost sllhs dlsagmMe fell head foremost amoogsoma stones which With such amageraenis, and to ttcaBffit ;
taenr compared with the others was as without or,assistance. l' qualities. If myrff rbaacwl IA were lying by the roadside.Tt a m.oa r, h..tmpoe.1b1eI4" "" :
.
super:or to them aUnt where is the AI last the bread and ale arrived, and at be test I ao longer looked wife eager eyes" *. rotMeqpeaeeeof iMabQ were anml vi.l.i'. ._>> ._.,. 10 V....> ". ,.< I.aJ,.I -*-' jl
use oreomparllODI Youthful affection.. the words II take your dinner from .lUe to are, If my rood station was apticed cot on my face. soda coatwdca. oamy WrLsea erl I'y "...itll"-. ;: :
vests Its object with all the attributes f tzgeUeee. master, there was a. 'general, rich to the by 0111.111 aM )" 'eomstime. happened, head, which stained" .ate fcr one- I messed wih beailb. an4 awed, eoafannI.' tour
.. fibs was the lD'pCC.of 07., pitchers. Men Aid.. womaa almost rolled '11u last, t! gave me WtalrnocapceL! Buuatea. When. 1 tamq' ny seats*, fifes pass4a! aralntberupte ebjjflabtea. '

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.r.IK. '+ ,4 r ..*4kLOSTon' ;' "" --- fist or'fFt t >'s ,
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4. theWih
I slurday Evening oval It I Remainlrjg g In\thelPost Offlee, Pensaeola i
shape;
the
The m eoascrossnes that o.r labour:makes as la the frigate United States, at h DIrnY. Breastpin finder will on returning O t.IM, 1833.-|C3r::: Persons enquiring
hbnest Indattry gtth.Maeedoutatir On the arrivalof iJ( the centre a Topaz The ;J this list will ask for
[ Independent-that we are able by capture of$'. Apply for letters ort adver. ..
.r United Slates at New.Londoo, with] FBNSACOU OAlnn. it receive rewatd ,
sad .temperance to provide' for the tha Pea ms Used letters.

."stout family-reader* a*truly hsp.py. her prize, young Hamilton was singled out The spring, wkoM" ool and eryrtal ,.a..,.," atMr.Batkley'sStore. _tti A*

I 'f,*. Add notwithstanding that our 'desti eyuecjtnr to the express to Ha Washington accordingly u. drank bj,ivctrly' the whole population oalibcity Sept. 19th, 1833.-28. Abridge John Allen A_ B. Adams, l.;

r t' 'obscure,' respectable In our own the news of capture. UCISH Benjn. Adams Mrs. EmelyAHest.n AbramK. i
-:, ny with the colors of the isftalkd "&i; 'Ronan'e W..I1.lt
departed, k
estimation sad that' of when .
British frigate without communicating his bow.r i id thick foliage, whoM verdure Intermiu' .di t_ Am.uld. Charles ,

Correspondence of the Boston Atlas. Intelligence to any one on,the,way.the On arriving glad With fl ft n, U M perpetual u the flow of BoyUn Jarr.es: ,'D,Blair William, Batiste
In evening
Quebec, Sept,. l t.U \. at the seat of government a'grand the water of lh. fpring. Th ancients ascribed Moot fatal Sheet John, Dart l1 Levi&, Bell William, Bone
PMSIDIWT learned that there was and extensive a*" Charles Baltzell
harriers Faioarc Bitter Mrs
Vane TO Tint arrived a prime Francisco
'i, '' ,*- ball goiac on, given by the citizens of the. ta the foanUltM of the Ni Ji, the power of inspiration JTST at the Shce Store Dank Duil U. S. Bait, Dezen, Bayard William, Bow.:

1 place, in honor of the victory of the Constitution We glad 1 to IRe that "the Well"h..eureit wholesale andretali
, t. NAVY R.xutpscraeL The Chief art ding which will be sold by den John A. Breker Henry, Barnpford Geo. ,

.J Aday.or two since there were\ three over IhV'Gnerritre.: of the that power.on our friend Zclia. on resonallc terms. Please! call and J. 3, Blackburn Wm. Buchanan McKean

English frigates a? anchor id the St. jLaw- Magistrate, all the officers government sweet whiU light lingfri 8 Buckmistsr, William.
ol and Commodore Hull, with all the 'Ti day u.mine. LEVETT. ,
This display JOS. S. C.
J \' rence opposite Quebec. the Well
ol wander to ,
of the place were ::1'0
f'- force may-nut have, been wholly accident' fashion and beauty Hamilton proceeded to And pluck with fancy's fingers 'Oct.. 3d 1835-30.-31_ Caro S. Cagiiet ML Mize, Cushy Capt.

al at this time i and the unquiet spirit prevailing course present. his father before Th bloMons of the doll.. ," Notice. UUlb,'Crane Ambrwc! Carurre MichariCapt.
the Canadas may hattbeen tho ball room, and calling out .. Chandler t
r throngrhont obtained Let 2. C4tpcnler'1'hoJnes,
tt 'J f" Instrumental, calling it forth.. The he entered, Ire showed him the Macedonian's The Hrd. their yetrpen linging, TilE undersigned having on the estate o, William, Coombs Themes B. Cotton Lof 4.4.I
her Testamentary
announced capture
'f'' Pique sailed on Wednesday leaving behind rotors, and vbe imagined. In noir f o wild and clear) Lavalet, deceased, hereby notifies I ten, Cameron .J. A. Chancey Wn. I). ,J.
President. -The of the father may Julien
Having
joy
and the TU music ringing.On '
\ '" the Forte entered the Wry whom aid estate is indebted Cox Mt.p .
curiosity to Me the remain. of one Leading his von by the aim, be the enchanted car. ,all persons to indebted D. ,
some the captured settlement and all persons v.
,
and there displaying ed for "
of old national .blpf we this afternoon saloon make immediate Wm. 2 Dodd Sergt Robert Q
our
Dunn ,
to ,
with the colors, he communicated to the brilliant Th.cool and crystal wattn, to said estate will be expected
Quay .
down the Kings
went to victo air, Doughty YUllaml DtghartyVm. Denney f
the assembly the Intelligence of the new The gently perfhmctl ">

'6'...1:..*view President.of Wile we were CORyefanceto In vain looking ry. Young Hamilton was made a lieutenant ladies IIv.charm! *fr Flora'be..rair dauat t er.If .- payment.JOSEPH Executor BONIFAY. NTm. D, E.Errls I

round for a boat'we saw the frigate'sbarga on the spot by Mr. Madison.The fleeting-Oh Edwards Steeling, Evais'G.V

i approaching the shore, and hailing crowded around'Ulm, bestowing upon 'Those bright and pretty flower, Aug. 29, 1835.-2 .-St. Exuir ,Eaton Gpv. J. II. '

theyoungMiddy, who satin 'hettcrn, we him must undisputed tokens of their favor Which Bt. Rerun, u they. tell, Notice.rg11IE Y. ,

told him ihatjM desired to go on board. and admiration. It was an hour to Hamilton In gay profeaion.huwere undersigned having obtained LctJL Fitzgerald John, FitldsL. Fitzcimons
and the
a 'Ha polite oil jd al a scat by his side,and in which the emotion. happiness Around hi* mystic\ Well. tens administration on the estate or Thomas 2 -Fry Samuel,Fillingin Robert,
,
of of ordinary life were crow ZELIA. noticeto
I dhen: ordenvhis I men to push off, we soon years than two ye'fI'aRc, ._ Ezekiel Cobb deceased, hereby gives said Forbes R. M. Forbes Mr. Fuquera A. G.

)" 'found Ourselves upon the broad deck of the. ded. Little more wounded in the encounter all persons Laving claims against Fanald Samuel J. Fay Thomari C. 4, Per
Br Rcatcsr.]
'f'ri.W': bad brought no letter of introduction wards, he fell mortally [ estate to present them properly attested James Furlong John Falconer A.

ffl. to any of the officers; and wereIW'9QaltUM with the Endymiou. SAUNIUtIGEO.,) for settlement, and to all persona' indebt- .gr hntm ason, T reeman, .. phii) .!...|",,\ff; ; 't'r>'rnr'TT
IfI3.
individual onboanfM August, : -
lAC
n single CommiMlonrrs Com ,. t id to said estate, loTiTIHIWITWBB JtiiBmenu U. .
The D rd of Navy ,
lleuten-
first ) The fOllowi" short
en Informing the and Morris & voters a Glascock TbarO 1 unarev, S.Ci'ognet .
";/ ant that wa were Amencan gentleman, desirous modores Rogers, Channcy their Sec a .. .... at Key West, for the album of ISAIAH COSH.Administrhtor. l\IadameVeue, Grace i Thos. Green
ref.s4r
received Mr. Goldsborough,'
seeing the ship, he M. of the Navy Yard Pensaeola. Gelless
Y., k"on Miss M. S. Joseph, Garvin 'I hOll. Al-
with much t and although" there the Ch.rJO' lfu t tar.il' For want of time, they M e not Insertedind Sept Sth, 1833.-20.-8t. L'upt.heus, Uraelhe Mr. Giner A.
several'parr on deck, who had their a of inspection i Weun.ci inscribed to [> '
it"were ,, ...l circuit and are respectfully Notice. .II.
.".,.' come upon the same errand yet to us he that they.have derided to convert her. undersigned having obtained Let- Hopkins Wm.. Hinard Miss E. 4, Hub-

w *denrted.the whole of his P' _jUen0." ,,,Independence, ship of the line, now in "Ihr) bringt such die BiUrr froher Tage, rriHE JL Testamentary on the estate of bell L. C. 3,''Hutton R. Hill Miss Mahala,

'.___ .,"J1UWattrtllftft.-_ ( te, and ten dock Into a ,round .sterned 64, with Und manche Hub Sch&tten iteigen auf; lets Alba deceased, hereby notify all Holcorob James Henley Comd. HarvileSamuelS.
v de!
_. Pedro ,
; :Tdeiing tcTw Its b08PkaJ 's. Wa hadevery long 32s. She il0 have two gun aicich shier alton; halbverklurignero Sage&: having claims against said estate, HoidernessShlffington.
.
alto
to be gratified with our visit leeks, and a light spar deck. We Komiutente Uvk':und Frrunibiehaft wit her- persons them properly attested for settlement I.. J.

reason -of the President understand her frame of live oak turn ,fa Introduction to Gotthe't Faust to present indebted '0"nid estate inloes Joseph
I.
V*' ."This:U the first'erai.e and all persons Jones ,
-model
since her refitment She has in her much lo be perfectly sound, and that her You bring the Image of huppier.J J.J.; requited to make immediate pay K. '* .

f the timber of the old ship, and her keel which Is a fine one, .will be preserved a. I And many a fared on*'* form nuts into view; are. Kennerley Abraham'L.

of lethssame.-i-8be Is...still remarkable for before.-jo*Ion Cos.lax.. Uk old and dear, and oft repeated lava I mars! JOHN ALBA. L. L .'
has not Pint love and friendship touch: the aoul anew.Translation.. LATADY Lawrence William Lewere .
)hersuporior sailing. lIer.mOdel EUGENE ,, Lewis Polly,
Pmident. .
..Appointment by thi G. Lauiason bra
She mounts fifty-two guns Executor* Leith John
ohued. Geo.
bet Jr.. of Alabama, to be I. I
full John Forsyth. ( )
Her complement frI.-
and ha a crew of 860 men. Oct. 10th, 1835.31.T11E .- .
Alabama '
to : Is 430.( Every part of the ship .is Attonney for Abe Southern District of Mary, I met the, on another strand, Maury James M.! Martina Pedro Paul,

-*;"Jn fine order I and the utmost cleanliness IsSi ; in the place of John Elliut deceased I did not think again to meet the here, subscriber has received by the late Mattison Lieut. Joseph 3, Mathews Capt.

where seen from the cock pit to tbe'AdmlTal' I I did not know the<< then, but saw thy bland from New York and New Mayo John McNalley Wm. Marihall ;

every .cabin. ,The men were engaged And sunny(ar*was fair among the beauties there. Orleans, and offers for sale low fcr Cash Joneph CapDcuJ.. AlcCormick} Ebenezer

w ocenpattonsJ-iha'middies- General Jaektoi and IhtJSlate Quet Thy brow U still unclouded I well I we 60 Barrels and 30 half Barrels Superfine ,, McCleery John, Mun-
various Minter Lewrcnney
.la their narrow' round Admiral SirGeorge on.-A.. Philadelphia paper, BtcrxrWaReporter Thou. art not beartle**yet; thou canal not be. Flour* 'Madame, Mack Capt Win. Moruug

.pacing Cockbnrn, who .command. on the has the following paragraph: (II.) 20 Barrels Rum, RcberL tony Mfcldrun CapL.J. M.

.station has his. headquarters on '* We learn from what we consider a responsible I met theo where the ever resttcf wave 20 Boxes Goshen Chlcse, N.
BrazilUan -
the President His family are at present source, that President Jackson Sparkled and dashed o'er many a Hero' grave 15: Firkins Ooshen Butter- Navarreno Manuel Ncufville P. M. S.

I.'beard him. has determined, to advert to the Slave Where deep Baranca mock lu slow decay, 10 do 'Western do Charles Nabor Salomon, Nuoes

with Of inter Question in his-next, Message to Congress1 And moM ami wild-flower bloom and fade away; 18 Baskets superior Champange, Novitzky D.'A. 2.
Nothrop
all the objects II. A.
w"C After showing' as arch and its cheerless. gloom, Lard .
the first It*echoing 20 Kegs ,O..Oldmixon .
e. ; v eitaboutthefrig.t Mr. Currie be, manned PORT OP PENSACOLA.. Of buried thunder! are the cutely tomb. Winter strained Sperm and Linseed Oil Edward,.Ofnell & C Messrs
to
orclfed'lbe gig .
and
lieutenant, III. Lead 1st quality, a
afterwards Arrived ( ) 20 Kegs White James, Osborne Dr. Leo
to wait our pleasure. We soon York Carlo I met thee where the ocean swell, assortment of Glass and Crockery, J. tlshanessey
Impressed Orleans Seaman, New large 5 Osborne' Lieut L.
leave favorably Schr. nard ,
tpokour very wind in leafy dell, superior
\ Yard. Like rushing a 5 Barrels Green Apples P
had _The current to Comdt. at the Navy .
we seen. '
with'enyhln, St. Marks.Schr. Flung high on Santa Ro* chore, 800 Bunches Onions. Mrs. S.2 Perry
1 is strong at Quebec Schn:' Pacific, Fessenden Pobi Wm. J.T PhritcheJ' ,
river .
of very
t the : NeW Its whitened crest with solemn roar| GEORGE W. BARKLEY.Oct. Saml.
entered the gig,we I&wlLI force Elisabeth, Forsyth, Orleans. William Preston Mrs. Patterson
and we
r" as thee there, 183:1.-30.-11.
And a gallnnt spirit MW 3d : Pel-
Christina
many
lathe difficulty with. ;which the oarsmen Cargo to tho mneterDeparted. t glare Price Mrs-U. 2. Philiburt ,
Amid abe jocund dencb or banquet'
J. G.
struggled against it,, (IV.) GOODS. ham ChatlesI'lerceCapt.
I NEW
+ Ai we looked back upon the, President &1af. Pearl, Stevens; Franklin I.a. 30, And where are those who with u* chased the R. 2. Rend-
1 R.11.3. Elisba
Lumber 23 is opening large Rivera .
& Bags now Runneon
In feet undersigned
'Indulging some 300 Briks 10,400, ,
-
could not forbear hour
TilE
we t>f fancy and ... a.. .w
assortment
-
*
painful reooUfetions. On bar deck, the he- Bolt, by H. Kelly Of that Mfht night to pleasure solely given I general Smith J. R..II. Smith Martin, San Co-
a Bay.
had trodden. previous her Brig RobetDruceft1orri ,StJolM'pl1. u earth drink crammer other
driokr-xJettght
Who
Deoatue P. Sierra
role .Stevenson
Bricks J.D. Sescionea R. D. ,
by metis,
.capture i and there those lallaQtplrltt 18a3lee' Lumber 85,000 shower, Dry GoodsOf "
ftefctU, Hamilton and Howell' who fell Westtott.. 'Till reJd'ning dawn lit up the vault heaven<< 1 Miss A. T.

,4 ,In the action,*had been seen In the prime For two at leait we've heard the requiem,* every description suited to the southern A.Y.. Thomas Newe,

O f their days and In the fullness of hope To Mechanics That Morning gun till tell the hour; but not I markets, Twitchell Thorton T.Cnpt<.. .
worth while Logo into detail of will be given at th for them.
It Is not Groceries A. L. Ray' William; Riley William
n
that EMPLOYMENT lev
.it to V.
Suffice say
.engagement ( ) John Rush Phillo Reley James R.

.., ,th.l'ObIelhip sailed from New-York' In fourteen Joiner, Like distant organ tuneful veper pealing, & 'ShoesQ.ueens'Ware' Rochcblave Riley p. Roe Charles Raimand Madame
/OJ'.z .yebraary,' 1818 upon a cruise to the Pack Two Plai8"rrll, Tbou hart awaked a train of kindly ceiling, Boots .

te Ocean la crossing the bar at Sandy Bricklayers & Like a fetal fountain from a deceit gulling, Hardware Cut.I W ,
,
qcI Three :
struck and lay thumping upon of the have through my mind been ;
-4 Hook, aha She off with the Four Stone J&tuong. Thought pat tlery &c. 6ie Woolly Jacob, White Samuel Woodward
got
'
tide It till bat.neat tur.heD morning too late to neap.he Application should be made early to the I Bright. rushing welcom visions ofdeacl joys are beaming, All which \8( offered, on the most, moderate Wm. Walker Geo. 11. KELLY.
.. lit" ; officer of tho Yard. Oct 3d. 1833.-30.-8t.
MUch was watching commanding e arbor streaming.Ad term.
sqaadron Like moonlight through a dusky
lt. i nemy Mobile Register, and New Orleans JOHN CAMPBELL.. the
The
.. 'ha ,Whan.d: lightappeareddanger |IJ sobscnbef has removed to
v 4epamre..encompassed.waU aides ,The Bulletin will please publish the above illusion. to to the death of Lieut.Aogutu .-' Oct. 3d. 1838.: -30.-tf. ._ THE Store'adjoining Messrs. Jerri-

oaJyrevanreewMto..escape by: her well four times, weekly, and forward their accounts *Strong and Dr.Frederick WcMeU, of th* U. Kscamblu County, Court, son &Foster,'whgn all orders for Clothing
"
known superiority,.of-sailing. This was to thi.'onice for payment. S.. Navy. ._, April Term 1833. will be punctuallyattended to.

,. tried, but to no,purpose. Bar keel hadHbeanlnJond Oc{, 24th, ,183533tf.Execcettor'a .Urroum.Miss Biddy Fudge, recounting Charles Le'B wop. 8a t' ,D. A. NORTHROP.

on the bar,,aDCI aha was otherwiM Sale. of others that ORDEUEDthat and John E. Pnngh MaySOth, I835.12.3ibr
the miseries says ,
so much crippled..,.that. her sailing perceptiMeuthat was- i hereby given that on the se Though an angel should write, 'ti* devil must be appointed Road Commissioners'* the Stale for&uh.
:' It clearly River and Joseph
gr r. impeded. NOTICE Monday of November next 1 I West side of Escambia Island in the

-, ,.. its of the the Bndymlon"smadron the, a headmost ship of,equal frig will expooa to pulic sale all the residue of oi{ And print gives the following Instance of the Forsyth Simpson,on James the East W.Earnest aide of,said andJohn river.C. A. JOSEPH NORIEGO'S River, (Township 1 Northof
Estate Wm
,k size wMi tt s President,.was rapidlx galnInfvpoahat. -. the effects belonging to the olon. havock made by a printer In one of her effusion EVANS. Judge. Ranges V)and 80 West)two miles from
Under these eircumstVnees, II. Compton deed. consisting negrc .. Pcneacoltt Bay and 12 miles from the City
'W A
for action, fellow about 18 or JO years old, one negro trite. Copy 83-IOOaeret
CRL'PPEIti Pfn8l1cul.-Conta1'lI
orders to Spring of :
BaeaUr'Mva prepare Ode M.
since -
'r/ with house hold But a week or two ,my upon Island
4k hoping that he might succeed in ,dlsraastlagthe gill about 18 or 17 together division Which I meant to have mad a meet beautiful May 18, 1835.-10. 4U 'WNOTIOE. will be sold for Cash. A plot of this and
i'; that & In order to make a' of this
her
'. Bndymlon, or crippling ,ao furniture .c. is lodged with the Editor peper

+' r ha aOf hUtill have a chance to escape 'A and final settlement of the said estate.Sole house of John Where"I talked of the,'dew-drop from freshly Can be seen/
hour's, duration to take pUce at tiUelmindieputablj' good..
The
n l Mnaing fight of about an .
!down notice that al

1 .easvad much, In damaged whloh,although, her opponent th..Presiden'was any MeDavld, Walton RICHD..County.J. COMPTON. # The nasty thing races< mad it"from freshly blown no- 'rilE undersigned next term of the gives hon. the Count .Persona<< with wishing"ti m.to w.puirbace"W tWns, ,will of Washington communicate

-C J was. and must have,struck herieahrr..had Executor. Court Escarcbia County he will spplfora, lathe District i of Columbia.
disabled ,l _
... ,
133.61V.. of the Ettate of MARVIN
the 240t final settlement .
Oct. 30. tt.
aot.the. other portlon'of! .Oct. 3d, 1635- -
; be irtbatFit':'
Pomona awTsaadoi' For'$ale or Kent. WAIT deceased eud move to '
of the .
'on;\eofuisttng coma it her rescue. LANDED from the Schr.Roae-in-Bloon subscriber will sell or'rent, hi: ,' RANDAL' ALLIS' Tei Itory of Florida.to .
frigates
ftlternatlve but to eontinct e sale THE for the Toll Bridge- on tht u Adwr, the Superior CmartforlktDittridof
beUf BO -
:JTheflt the enfaxement at such unequal odds,-. 6 Barrels Orange, mouth of the Big Bayou, from the drat day .Apri128 183 -at. W'ttt Florida tilting' ai a court of

:'on: tUber 4 do. LImes, of on moderate term, chvweryJosephine
size very -
t the same [
of Beady Notice.Tl1E .
M*
,frigate wishing ) .. MfPlierson widow'of.Wm.
Coeoannta. trade apply personally
surrender, Decatur'orderec1 a 200 those to ,can
to notice that at
sldo,- r leeward and the flag of' 0. W. BARKLEY as there can be a great bargain if applied undersigned gives .Pberson and heir at Laalt of Margaret
ta be fired to of the hon. the Coun vs.
J. April term McPherson
: :: Oct. 94th 4835.-33, -3c arty to McPhersoif and Gforwi!
be ,
iceDQ.. t&r1Ie.-
WM. A. BELL. t Court J Cambia County he trtil applj Francisco Dalcour1 ,Eiecutor, of John
of the en for 1 1.
W.
commencement of Eatateof Bal-
final settlement Uie-
\h' a Camilla Jnanna
notice IM3.-28.=tf.'Notice. deceased
hereby gives I9th. Forbes ,
undersigned Sept.
tlgsmict bad conceived the In deceased and to beb die -
Decatur THE COMPTON move JohnTheodorm
Dalcour
ha wU'hereafter ,
that
hto ship along eiderf <, Merchants and others, cent, Catalina Sophia
running Dalcaurend
of
uepld thYBodyrnion design wanted her by boarding pay, no.debts contrasted In hit Lhe.nes'team of the honorable the charged.RICIiD.. J. COMPTON Err. r Dalcour, Augustia Joseph children ot
Dalcour
o. abaneWag the President lathe foe&esea. ''a.amebeeP' those contracted., by hlmseli. AT county court of Eecambia county, U Sept. bah, 1933.-2& ; wJackftm There Laura Dalcour and Sophia bis

the swift tailing of the EndymlonJher ; or by bl..xp..ord.r. beheld at the city of Pensaeola, on the first '. OwrrLMar&Ttrm ; said FrancWov daughjtr ofof
lDf by JOSEPH BONIFAY, Kpfrt'or Forbes,
wife late
rR bwitiie I the fiophW
shall
next I apply fir
word was oassed for the purpoae Monday of April 1833. Edmund Dop>*-
: tba British commander,aa bsuspecting Oct. 24th 133."t final settlement of the Etate.: of ThomaiCommyna said John Forbes end tor-
moment, aocl Nancy Fountain Complt. vs. Asa Fountaii 4re andJuanna hi* wife late Juanna
and to be
ship deceased move die '
wore
c... the mancft' which Prospectus. ',. I .Deft. Bill in Chancery of Divorce boa daughter of said John Forbes deceu-

::-v' ,thus dafsated .u enterprise and,.h.. would undersigned Polish National Com charged.; THOMAS COMMYNS. Jr. :, Is hereby given that at did ed CaUn.Miteliell Dfore ldantL
NOTICE
have jpr vad'successful, annahMofnaval TUB tee In the UdtedSute., propoee Efuntor.f said Court it appearing that the appearing to the satisfaction
'... tun stood without' a partJJttilt publishing historical account of the Polish said defendant was a nonresident of this IT court that the defendants above named
ArigaUreyed Oct 1833.41.Notice.-
warfare.' The espoused where site wai emigration to these United States, under 10th, Territory a rule was entered that unless h. reside,'without tb*limits of Ole Tarritoty or

,;r; arse a to Bermodav On bet the title of "THE POLES IN THE U. VJ appear before the first day of the next Term Flnride and tn. .the Island of Cuba U is

M *.,andoidand.England. for her NITED STATES OF AMERICA to be PURSUANT to an order of.the hbn. the &answer said blU. ae same v.Ill be taken'ai therefore ordered thatcnku. they appear ,
be unfit of
fomod to
!iyalg.ahe was prefaced by a short statement of the histo County Court of EUcarnbia confessed dee. bere.oa or/before the fourth Monday
Jhe ttthe
t to
< and to be (will eU at public undue orIha36th "WESTCOTT. Cad
Revolution
-SSftfSSSbSf&X. l ry of the late Polish County w March next and answertheBinof
801M et ihelr eipupon IeeompanhdWith authentic vouchers connected \ October next .Sol for Compk ,titer the iawe be taken JOT
wen oulte& lavish of tha Poles In half lot 'of grouud known U IS35.-31.-tL (romplalnnnts c1ttat'tOrdIDfJ1' reea
UA papers CO.. with the residence A Certain Oft. 10th; I confessed, and the matters thereof
l&idymlon-dealrous In 8m obeerlpUooprice the of the city of Pensarola. nutty i .. -' furtherordered that
,, credit of the victory ibis eountry.P'FOrw plan : IVO ce-- : snit U
alone the I
only. tier t 825 and being in the city aforetold in som
delivery lying
10 it 81, payable on notified .order be published
notut long even u wen persoprf are hereby that al, I
Western
the
wr1.4Uc senslbtoirf tbeadrantage forty feet front on ALL oweCAMEROX
'ft nt, t.,, Tha .boteo\h. fleet The Committee.betaf containing gut APrU term of the County newspscfT printed.in tU district
... .M the Poles .by a settlement aide of Florida Blanca street by on S
o8ered to
ntitf U1e& '" few-. the prim-money. Ar" ol feet in bounded Court of I will pr scnl t' ,month! rOfaa monlb. ..
t ; this favored land, the proceeds Hundred and seventy depth, accounts -
Iff 1.
1A sere 10 be divided, ti to said Court my and touchers aiidmlnjjtrator .. .. A.
the
mount 82 ,
when the lbs lhsworkaft \ the expenses: of publication north by lot No. ,, formerly property of the Jv4. W. D. r.Sept.
crewi estataefDyvld Chris-
egnufy' amen. applied and South ua oUvMr t.
411Utkte4 maid of the colony t of John VUaloora by '.
.wee Terteda as Pomona. ,will be lie, deceased, and ask a Coal settlement and $3d 188X-2T
.... of tOinoU. half of lot No i 823 belonging to. AlexinderCoDualns. '
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Th eUrtloa tar ....'be" ftis Legislative. nUACd or Paoxiss M..tAetWa. the oilier partylne'f.tec1 n Iglil, atria James K. Howie! John F. DoruVn, Roger'f'oJ

I : .semQt; JLtJ. Coaaril. ftr a* heard! from .Itu :i.. the following ring, w. H'alltf and Moor This was an gentleman volunteering to be rroiid forth Perry. 1!
molt.Ert action to recover eompensatlorifor a breech offlrtr, they went suborn to Rpttlo their M,l.k />,*,,,,James n.. Fraflqr.. .. .
J4, 1835. of promise of marrUge,brought young difl>ff ncf. At the Hint fir* the lieutenant pben Dod, John W. D. Ford,William f
"" m.-Mors. Morton and Bloant man who bold the situation ei f ctork in i a received his tdvtnwry' ball In hi* hip, A Pope, James H. Strong Lewis 't', The U. S. Sloop of War St. Louis aUoJ lra//o".-J. L. McKinnon. warehouse in Liverpool agaiast Mr. Wal- Med If he wan. satisfied, to vfckh his an.tagnniet rl, Samuel 1 A. Turner, William B.'Wrta-

from thi port .. rday erais N es.\;i ....- -.Tabor.'Mfwn. ley, a repertable inhabitant of Manchester < replied, "no...not until one of uti 'bag, John O. ttMson, William ML WHBart 'a
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morning on a And illlfd. shot and the John W. :Taylor John & Duo.., E.
J.- a. S. Ilawkin and B. his wife, who was alleged to have i i. They ok another i son, ,
Th (blowing U a lid of her omrs. been pledged at the time'of her marriage to Ueutenant'aad\,ermiry eU df'lld. Ills brother T. Shnbrfck Fronds ..* Jloban, .W...
Lawrenco ROUMMU Mater Commandant.U Browa.fV I Walley. Mr. enables) opened the pleadings then insisted i on a fight, which the second Ricltrd II. Lownde. James A. ,
nry II. Bell, WilUam: Me Blair, Licata *, Wi...-A. K Allison. :. and Mr. Alexander staled the case. of the lieutenant ends'ahrcd in vain to I Po,1Ie, George Wickham, WW IC. Beterlr. ;.;

?." .an... Ga : Samuel W,. But Surgeoa.FraneUB. Whit and W. Bailey.Leea.Messrs ,liar one, inasmuch as it was brought by was shot dend. 'I'be flN'ond of the de- Captain'i dr1-J.oob..."'" Jr.
Stockton, Purr the gentleman against the lady ; Ac al- ceafwd.bccorning enraged with the IItul.n.aDI' BOCII'1&a"-Cbarlf'l Matthew f ftunfter
Samuel Swartwottf, Artj. Jl&m..1Lufter. &facoii Duval Brrthrlot t and 'though this was rather reversal of the ordinary gecond, shot and Killed' hire and Will ( -Samuel G. City. ...:f
Thoraa Millet SccMary. Doonia.Hjtraortiii. I occurrence he was not aware of the In tarn shot dead by the llMtroaat, who Carrenfcr-John O. Duuer. ;;
George W. Peoto., Awuturt 8org *a.Bithard existence of any law that shut a\t.t a man: wan conveyed from the' Held much exhatt 1 SailfMAr-Otatjanlln Crow.
Ferret, PaMo.1 Midshipman. William M. E. Adam EJmaoJ Lanier, Yesterday afternoon, as Mr. John Coombswas occasioned by a tody. Lord Abinger tlllp, recovering, under the cure of lib s. Con.uJ Trinidad. de Cuba, ft fami J
Jamc McCorarfk, Goom W. lUrcuoa ThaJ- engaged in repairing the spec of the -Is the action defended by tl-e lady 1 phyiirlan Thtwyowr ever Mete left dead I ly.Tb '
deus K. Pontes, X U. H, Saco!., Wilson It cenclalspircofaclwrch in "this village Mr. Alexander-It is my lord.: ( I.augh- upon the field. \\. give the above! as we i join hasgaedron'afAa J'en.acoh
loo:Kenny, Jcnning F. Marraat, Benjamin 8.Oault i Mr Z. A. Slocomb, having a curiosity ter.) lie was prepared to show tnut the heitrdit from a rrepertable source, but/ort Station! .;
William U.; Adam, Midshipmen. I In view the town from *<> elevated post defendant, Mrs. Wullcy, had so far nut raged t tier{ to menton the names ,if the parties, an i U-Le..to M. f.l'owcll. .
.., William P. Moran. CaptAin Clork.Charlr i lion, obtained pet mission from Mr. C. 10 the feelings of his client, the plamUn"A no grind could halt from it, nnd we presume I SurgeonilKam Plufnpateti.
: : Woodland Boat+waia. ascend the steeple for that purpose and so far \iolatcd the fidelity ue>uiily maintained ; their relatitc have been all'f'adYlld. ( "*ner-James Ward.Saihnaltr f
Chart Wad./ Gunner. i while carelessly .gazing around upon the by her sex, as after plighting her vincd o( their fate.-/> tllirtn Dennct
Richard D. Berry Carpenter beautiful prospect before him, the plank vows to Waring, to fly from !him at he very [The ah..-nec of any ntUru'of the affair .
Thorn J. B.jre.,Sail M. upon which be stood tilted-be lost his bal lime he was making prepurntions for in tho o'iirillt papers, induces tho hope ICON THe BOSTON DAILY ADTMTWtaV -
Mathew W Ayhorn, Purarr't Steward. nee-and, in the act of falling, had the marriage and to throw herself into the that the story in untvireor greaily exngjer- Mr. JOHN Q. ADAM*.-Th ; Newpot'Cherald A
I presence of mind to draw from his ndc arms nf another, whom eventually she alfd.MI111..] of the Time publishes the following *
Tkf Afc. OrlMK oat .Vvrtforit 'nU.-It iimrprioing pocket a large Spanish C'lup-Jtnifc. which married. The plaintiff had been fur sometime remarkable letter from 'Mr. Adam. t.
\ that M little attention raid to this when about one third of the way down, he acquainted w its! the defendant nt Preston ROYAL FAMILY OF FRA' ICI:. ,Mr. Pearce the late Jackson candidate foe
to the mail bo truck into the steeple with su.h violence w1.. rC' her ether. kcrpsapnbllc honc A Paris corref>pond,'nl of a(.oud"ft. whip Congress Rhode Island, and the ypccea- ..
abject a* permit w dragged
S' over and skill that he was enabled to hang dangling In 183.1 their ottrctioiis vera t-ngagcj! to paper describepas follows the pi went 'I ful ompetltor f aiiMA Jttr.. Durt *{. thj
its preeeal weary way..Wtween this plaoe and in the air for the space of nearly tea tin each other, and, in the hope of amen,ling royal family of Prance, the bet altogether Whiff candidate.. ThtrterfTVwhich Mr/1J.t"
Mobile. It gets thi far wrath, and shun fort ty minutes, before any a. early half degree north, over a ....11'Ood.' sixty rendered him. We are happy to add that pool where ho obtained l a wlulion in a possessed for the lad two years to break down Mr., T
odJ mil** In extent, In order that it. reach the only injury sunUincdbyMr. S. was a merrhaiU'd eourtiog-troun- lie coniinu. If I wereaoiwrlVr: or had any thing Pearce, lathe earns whkh struggled withtbullmeIu.1
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may email contusion in the leg and a slight injury ed 10 te.Mo in Liverpool, and tins favored lo gain by eulogicir the royal faml.1.lhrlr l. when Mr. Adams was Last
joint, whence, after-all, h j*.aearty the tame to the muscles of the arm. Probablynot with fequt'nt1&114 by the de rend 111I1, conduct all thtdityh life should supply tome a candidate for MM Presidency, to elect .t,
'\. distance to New Orleans, a. from Pemacola.Do .- one In a thousand! under similar circumstances then Mica Townsend, with whom: he |1,1.\n. mnt!'riats for that which the world in him to that oflke, "and with the same suet,
,- tii.business men of New Orleans know that would hate had thin presence ned arrangements: for their marriage I general would costlier fulsome flattery,yet rers In the result, though they-succeeded. i
c of mind toresortutheexpedientby whichhe but which would be nothing more than a plnln In obtaining for him the vote of their, ows..V'
Cure Is such Pcnaaeolal Are 4l
M a plan M ey a. wa wimbled to escape from threatened "Th* retime of tru love nrtrr did run ainooth." statement: of fact!. The bout wife, the Ftote. ;:
war that the northern mail to that place U forwarded annihilation almost tnJurcd.-Cltt't/and Miss Townsend met with Mr. WaJIny, to best mother the most picture Christian the t Qotrcy-Sept., 7, .,

J' every other day fromlh north by way of Obtcrctr, Sfpt. SO. whom in Dwmbcr of last year, adieU t meet bruit oknt ud charitabto woman on DcaSrti I encJos a copy of the pro ',

thM town 1 And do they know that there i I. a [A fricaJ who pointed out to us this paragraph married, Mr. \Vanng 'being discarded : the continent of Kuinpe. is the consort t>f : ct-edlng or the town of Quincy upon three !..
( eommunicatie The learned oounccl then 'Srucetdfd tread Louis 1'hilippe, who in! hlmseU'one of the 1 vII report of the Rev. William al. CorneD,
direct and ftcil h in
water betweenthe it 4 That
a moon was 01w. a
itory.
nay '
"I) some letters from Miss' )0"nwiid 10 : most exemplary husbands l end fathers lit to the Ma.'rhUltUe.Iiaalcnarf Soelaty! .
two last named place 1 One would be almost condition to exercise the came ,rrr.t'DCa of mini Waring portions of whit excited ninth : exikicnce. Of their eight hildien! long asI and M bushier evidence that the hOiabiUnte, '

; tempted U think they do not; or else l Low hirawlf aaJ that while h* wa thructing his merriment. In the firr Moated 37th of December hate 1>ern in France, and mixing much i of QuiRt are not no graceless a Mi a* Mr.;

$ are w* to &et'o.nt.t.r. &. fact that no attempt ban hand into hi* jiorkol for a knife, he came-bum : 1P33: she expressed much uneasiness more !with the political opponents of his i Cornell represented them to be. I ask your, ,
I regarding the constancy of her lo\'eri major l'ban1111 his parUT&ns or admirers ,acceptance, also, of a pamphlet containlnt
1>een mad to extend the trnuiporUtion of the the earth, "ami"-headjrd with a grave 4
e i. upon and bade him I solemnly declare that of indi- of congregational. .
"Ifcxcryou meet any 01 any the proceedings he first .
I nail la steam boat, hence to New Orlean*.- and solemn t air-" t dulled my ivauu out.".] the girl we met in the Square shut you tlduMloftheni I bUll ncvfr beard n single church and society In the town upon the .'.

The aotikl difference of the dutanos between eyes and do not look al them, fur if you do, word of complaint while 1 have, much to recent senlementnfaeoUeagii* to their Pator. *-,
this place and New Orleans, and that between Shacking Outrage.-A few days since, shall\ soon lose you." She adds, My produce admiration and respect' They are afterthlrtyWhw )"! ....-oU.I'hCG1Mnte.. n
t Mobile and New Orleans U Ira than two hour the body of a little boy who had been em cousin Saran nays you are the bent man she proverbially dutiful nmiable mild, modest by l.lm in Ui1*land desolations.. .
; 3 r.J.yd.. a driver to acanal boat, was found' saw in Liverpool| I, and if you were not engaged humble-rucK in f.tvt as good and excellent I heartily congratulate. you uponr :yoor '
run for a steam boat ) and yet the mail U carried near the towing path of the Le- ,she would set her cap at j ou." (Iou pal'C'ntllln private life are sometimes re-elcrlion Congrets. Although upon ,...
i dearly seventy milr, mostly overland, to Mobile high Canal at South Easton, with 1It'IW'Ct'ly laughter.) In another letter dated October blessed w lib. Yet such Is the family menaced many important pcblicmeasures I differed! ::;1
: and i i. tkeo dea j 1rlir4 "U.ctoant'bMU lo New any signs of life was taken site complain, You men are so de It III feared with mis/ortunes, or destined widely in opinion from you to the last Co..* 2*>>|
Ortraea. When will the propl of New Orleans to a house near by and shortly after e' pared ecitful.and amuirn him-" You are the to suffer from anxiety and constant genes and, although I do not flatter myself > "' -,J
I It appears that be had for some time first i ever loved n,111 calculate,'ou will apprehension. that we shall agree much better In too
Awaken to a knowledge.of their true interests in been aflbeted with the dysentery, and beringttpable be the last." At ilw same time she next lam yet convinced that the party
this matter Pot Mat r General Bari ""Hi !! to peform his' duty to UiesatiBfac she "wouli waitai patiently as Laban did Extract( letter from Ilu\re dated which has been these two years sUtiff ling"

.< havejeffercd ten thoutandJoflar* forerpcJilinih tion oTa IJrinal-em.to.r..he Wi3-Jt': ' :' and beaten in die most savage manner und vinginm allnat.: YtHgll! r.J. Other" let AVe can get) sallsfactory nccrunt of Hartford Convection Federalism and Iboy'
northern mail New Orleans twelvefceun
to
b I finally dragged .non the tow-path, there, ters in the name fervid strain w erVr rf-bii what) hasten, done lo put this [the 11&(11. al ArVh Mssonry. I is io rotten with tire cor'
} Hr then, 'are tit. mean, toe plain and to die. lIe crawled.into the stable, and was' non a change came over the spirit of the y. ions .nilir ut rest. It is nor ruptron v>f both Its elements,.that I hailachieved .

f .bvioai to escape:He notice of the most canlcaa. found in die state described above. his fair one, and in the 2\hh ofJanunry, she probnble your 'g (Q. will explain1further I with joy the victory you pave' 0Qrr -
.....,ofcjrji the mail to that important point little body emaciated by sickness bore the penned a letter addressed simply to Edward than it has done, by appr ..7r.frJB$: ; II. I rejoice also that the People Iwwa'
marks of severe bruises. How any person ;" (w ithout the dear")-on which she publishing npproval of Mr. r't.'SQ: h t ustice done by the same
siiteca hoar than
; at '
AjeaM sooner
prraaiitand Ii bearing the impress of humanity could aligns the opposition of her family as the conduct. Uu> would Lt"'nltIOn'1. I rep.irc! !"""': ,.,. ,tat yr jai e .,t-n rated t
i yet the citizens of New_Orlnn. seem content thus abuse an innocent helpless boy Is tin ground for breaking off the connection, and Livingston has displeased! party 10 Ilr., t t0.e4 11-" '"""';.
t.have their mail go by way of Mobil* accountable & we hope strict jwtice may .requeued him to return: her letters by her Jackson! liv his message t the i ig : him to .oul (lbe' '

i. Well it S* no ooneem of oar..-Hop* w* don't be rendered unto him. lie has since bcciappremernkd. friend Muss IIodgLinroii. Cod bleat you "iu him. W e ere teat! to see the mar. mel.r.arty trench 4'ct_ atr c=a ."' :....
.-Eaitern Argue said she in conclusion and ked he has had return 1 '10It ''
!strut' ( ) may you reception ttpone plain tfiffj t hue easJi*' 'wonjd ?\
l a If Ihi* victim W t>r.tkMtr had. born a loulhrr, meet with nom one who can make you home. No wonder he has been taken en i I..* their natlhave...*-.* fami-Z'" .. ". ,
happier then I ImmWlately after the grippe for hr has hud the'talent H) place I In
Ill a singular fact that fur many year pact. lave, instead of a northern one, how wouM the can.'h welcome the resanMUOf>r that.
date of this e made Mr. Walle string/>/conduct which cannot ha re pledge that their 'chin. !
r7Mtheir
We b... here been whithout" that necessary e- cruelty practiced upon him. leave run through the happy for lift, by marryii.g him. These leucd with satisfaction by lite parties own his. The,- betrI W3 l lgps. ,

-it. a Jail. TM may be regarded by other a* (pious print devoted to aboiitionimn. It would facts two' witness! were eailrd to prove, after concerned It 1'amt'nillblfO.' however, to by hot electing hlm'.o-t1.. *;l* ., ,._' r
evident that w* are a.very lawless set; bat w* I hut "been an dressed up M set forth In picture which lord Abingcr summed up. Ile think that theprooperliy of two nation. the United, 'States. 'Their own organ t ... '"" ,

.who know tb. (act* regal it a. an esmptinea and liUiocraplia, aa tomak the iuipreMion'thali said that though the law undoubtedly gave may be compromised, perhaps the pence Providerre irhorjrw tine loss of hi* election"n :
to a man the stoic right enjoyed by a woman Interrupted, by a fit ofbouderif. ,It It to | the House 'Upon their so
trearbenr.
Con of the nn&eqMney of cdm among.... The waaMoccurrrne# ofvry day and *f evrry alav l of appealing to a jury for repuratloi he Imped better heads. will\ govern Ameiica; will it, and so mote .II always b*. They 1f
old inhabitant here, who may. be called the holding plantation.! for injuries supposed Co be inflicted by the i that your staler will find means of hu, have po honest 'principle io keep them UK

leaven of th*prevent society, are of :. very pe incoastaneyofafemalr, yet the assessingof mormgotir pouting Aomo clot without getherc Thelronly eemvnt te s ayttpathr" t!
The The Lara Washington written In Latin damages in the one case and tire oilier committing the trun dignity or InR-rtst or of hatrrd id every.man of purerprlaelpx;,)1'IheDHht.
ckaraeb
nfiar 'in thk r"pect. petty by.a schoolmaster on the banks of the was a far different natter. The poet Clad the Nation and thus merit the gratitude oC than .. v- S"' ,
crime M common In'England and 1he United Ohio, and destined, as it undoubtedly is, raid that love formed the solo object of a both countries." Toward M. Dnrges himself. I ehlriab a .

Stale, and which fin with tenants their pemtentiarU if executed la the style represented, to contribute woman'exiteiice while with a man1 1 11 friendly feellntj for, governed.a* be ....'
and ....*** of correction, are entirely Btt- beyond all that has ever beta writ was a mere interlude t and undoubtedly In Kf tract of a trtltr daltd, Impulses<< 'and bitter. he'''la la 1ht,1ftMt 1,
notion of moral ten Ie diffuse over the world a knowledgeof the caw of a man deserted by a woman ITA"RE. AUOTST 21.--" The detnand of his sarcastic htrmnr, be baa bill' -,
known amonftt thnu Their what he was and what he did, .ii a literary there were none of those sufferings and for C6tton has again been very active this liens part, a. clMsicsl taste", occasional OS
are, It I It lra, MMwhM tKCercnt from tat, but phenomenon these! times. The use I taints npwn the character which In the case week, the manofacturers having been enroursrrtd flights doquence and too much ,
they have a lofty A.neononer| ...enu of honor of Latin as a common medium (or the of an abandoned female the world often by an improvement in the '..lIe for his party. I deeply regretted the dive ,.'
"flhoircwn, which lib a cha ni, prose,.N them learned of all nations, has been within but a created. The pUditiff doubt wasentillod of their products to come more' freely Into< Ion between him and you, lamented tlX 'fl/
short period abandoned and professions !to a verdict, but be should say that the very the market, but holder* having continue more his open eleetroneeTtagv.aoeeeber .y*t
.Again every lemptallon to ordinary maaantUare4 .. men aud/ocaiu who desire to embrace the ,smallest amount of damages would satisfy to meet them freely l at the currency, no.al pines' yew.' :In my hurable'opinion, pubs' \:
'; to think that all may be {bought,.from widest dieie htltdiare now obliged to the justice of the case. The jury found a teratlon ia prices has labn' )ltlre. The. lie men debase themcefVe b, peteonai t:.I-
the king downward, they woull ICGI'D'" avail make acquaintance with several lit ing lan verdict (or the plaintiff damages tone slullIn sales having amounted to 8000.bales, reducing elctldneerinf.:eeobut each outers,Tbld.i ,,

|k a>Mlv..ofany ad vantage which eiicumntano guages instead of ou dead one. Proflcteacy *. our stock (there being no arrivals) to poslurie of public trust should .be. at--;"w
in Latia i* therefore propably not HO great I 8M bale. 1'he accounts from .Liverpool med to make ibemselve the of
ighl giv them, either alight or grew tOj the a* U was a hundred year ao. Jieverlhelesa Irctm B/ac1cvoood' Afagazint. Lace continued very dull' and fears a party Mr! ,Barge vared scavenger.himself ta<.
fMjadiM oracle another. In not .nngl'*!thence the clss el persons who studied k The wars ond conspiracies which convulse were entertained eta decline In prices In beau used bf the rt11O'.bleb"belong

ine* die chang* 0(government ... a Creole.... thn. antina tools m still| and as thenumbers the Bpunish: Peninsula this hour, cpniteonence of the abundant supplies ''ex ,ed. Ycrlhr t "baa, fcto, .reward.. ..Th.x' t,
onvlcUd' .f Ufimni offence and w* be. ; of that class have greatly increased are wholly democratic. Italy, languid as peeled from the K. Indies. Uport the wholeno bate paid him tri kindt ,
uy
the readers of such a work* that aha is, is not too remote to feel, on her material reduction appears yet to have I nave'-Mlen a*' nocb" Interests In the: I
.Uv w* may add, BOY of any other I This re-: above named will be at least a* Numerous bed of indolence the startlints of the coming taken place in the sccre gate stock of Cotton Rhode Island aJeelion,' a* in loose of law :..
nark ..alw&e s a y tisi of Matvy Linen years. u of any work ever written rn -Latin expressly ruin. Germany boast of her spirit 01 in Europe compared to-last year i the awn State since the 'excitement:' WRA* **
But though ws bars neatly! ecoed4 M prov. for their beuEht. resistance. Even! the snows and deserts consumption: Is considered! to be: hardly equal MisonUi controversy bate had ,M '

tag that .. Jail Is aweoaaary, .-r okjert ia eomSMaciag The author J*a Mr. Class, formerly'andfor of Russia have not placed her beyond the and with a"r obuble increase In the fluenee repent d ot.' What the peKtieiWthe! (
many yean resident Philadelphia, reach of this subtle element of ubverlon. crops; of all countries: we cannoi but look the rotate may r*hereaftery or,what yew
this Mtklo ...It.pg* .,.. ftscoperAOthoritie whence ne emigrated to the west, where, The New World from north to south, i.reY is forward with distrust in the result of early In Congrcs* will be,: I do'>ot conjecture, 'J
too neslitf ., buiUtag .ne. Th while engaged under the roof p( a log cab- uUnnarJ. The old Constitution of the shipments from your side, unless at very bull bopethey maybeaocha to promote .

city sal.toeewinJy ar both In fumM'tni either.epantei7 In in leaching'the' simplest rudiments of United Slates seems to be on the point of reduced rates.. the cans of sound principle good morala
... together; might wU provU a grammar and arithmetic, he devoted himself wing extinguished by the rudest violence and the Union ,
very with the fine enthusiasm of colonies Mrs. Tansy K rset.a' Dorics it Is grid
a scholar democracy. province ,
n choap aa4 MbsUatUl building which would sevv.' and a noble ambition, to the task of embodying .of the magnitude of European king- I Is preparing a new Work for the preiw lam, with! .great' rtgsrd. ,your Mead., _aid
servant
Iks ..... ..... far tho. UM Trtitory This is to N sort of* eL bounded .' ,
R city in thelan age of Tacitu the deedsaura toms, are struggling In tb/i rasp of democracy -! a rto on afew .A '<*., A AM" ;
...d the Uaked character of him who transcends. in 'in it* most.fearful abape-mUitarr.i of th fact ", her own life. Port PsABcr 24 Newport R. L t
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l 8tW greatness ail whom the Roman historians lemoeraer-where tire 1 -
tat ag ne. ", New Tart f'toaa U- and poet hare celebrated. A New York Iwry, and every transfer of government is A ease Is pending s Jh.Court of' Errors. jQf dirt &oIn.A; Natlonlntelllg+ acrr -
t editor who (peak*with th*confidence of a written in the national gore. It I U nowaitUng !New York which involves ay*?' 4W ;
t< Mtyool of tks oWh oftfe ... W., T. Barry, competent judge, describe hiss Latin as and k formidable, that m all renun"'j'able mwtnse amount nf property, and *rlses would wUJInglT W* ': oidtd jibe
> lately arrnto.l MtaU to Spiw. Mr; B1* having been "seldom If ever equaled by uations of things, democracy lode thai i out oa schism t lu the.sect of Scotch Coretnanten Ushlng aha letter oj. 'A.ina, .-bldl.pe ,
... BMkh W beat Wdiat] W.... tia*awl, and the best 0(modern scholars." The workUpostbnroeuvandisediudbyafriend las been'progressive, almost alike in storm boat parties clslming) to b t lbs pare.to our column* to-days but a* it find*i iI

f' t- was .....thai..cluag ofeiiouiU.which U* of and calm i that It has, within the lut twenty rue church and therefore entitled (o |hproperty s, place la every newspaper/. moreorer
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e hik the writer Mr. Reynolds author of the account year, continually beaten down sod belohflng lo ft forma no uninteresting tocldeai to too poHjJc .
station airsd. ,.... SI.
} anw f arfgat of the Potomac'craiae" ,who describe were away the obstacle* raised against U *- of the flay> would savor ef afiectaIbUjoarpaL -
; dial M Ltmppol kin way to Madrid. Mr. Clas. aa a man of rare talent 4 acquirements by nature or man. Dy what:enemy ere The U. 8.: Frigate QituttUatb bev tiqs taus &0" t hOM Ja from tae t eedeL '
and a thorough ....ter'C the the government of Europe now kept in fig the broad>> pqrmftat of Com Dim : In giving it I place in onrrtK.' .
Mr, Ors tt has wkhrawa fccU wKunhipof I Latin language. -- perpetual anxiety } Doe the Prussian ound to lh. West Itidleg, got tinder way I Iday' Inmnsv ,we feel called upon to makeoi Sir
the V. L T* *gT r*. 0& W........, and thatpaps' -- monarchy: cease itself at the echoes of the (rain ber anchorage at Norfolk, oo 8 tur- only one. remark. WWr the ronni "...
< hair la ahargo ./ Dr. K. R. OoW, Breach oj PrOfl&l"-We copy the following tn.pea.ii, the street .( Vieuu f or meriting_tnd' proceeded down to lion which>Ir.. Adam! I pleased r 'f'
law report from one of our late Liverpool does England watch tot the waving of th* U.l Kocds, vhem-e she will tail Id afew to Mr. I'earu.oo hlsvlelory her Mns lip
fcrmody ell'bilJ'Pri O. is a roaJy writer, papers, for the remarkable similarity tri color: on the heights. of Pieardy t All days for lier sUiloo.; The A>liowiDg fa> *,. we bare nothing tony.- Inibuexercised
v ... will fib!this yew of W".......... !' .ek'toll to almost every'particvlar except two external' alarms are al en end. Out eery a list of ber oCVers! : aright) foseciou-:<-every '.y

0 atl..... W.e/tsh hkis wo.ew.. fat we tbitkw of the ease detailed to it, to another ease sovereign of Europe i is forced to fi* his Gbatmodor.-.Atstutaesa Jaiie4Dart.aa. I teen j and neither on the: taauntr nor tlte

......-. ... W.use sat .. bittt ia ,.r ia.1st which occupied for aometime large share eyee on an enemy that Pee within the line U""I'JIftI.-FAmund., ,John I* .occasion' of it*. execbe.. to Ibis instance/...
of public attention In this city. The twopoiatsof of his frontier! Inhabit hit fortifications, Bali. Suphen Johnson Gorden C. .AabUm dav w, feel II' &0' boa our provlnca.:' toanimadvert.
we are yoe Mm. hi a.t ***. diflereejee are to the verdict the and has bill to tread from hit chamber C1 H. A.:; II. Kennedy, Charge M.fbtt Bwse. Put \o kcember of. tVQ

Oat N' .. OnWas "" p..d.-4 who ...... ittgru of the 4efe...- The English lady door or to hi* bedside, to extinguish; hi. '" Surf*,t-Lmwanl Osborn Whig parlr.'aM: amongst the Uceraat' ,-
had trot had i bondretti part *f the jtutiication being' feting Suiting J MrVpU el Bern- of tbeaapDOfUrr.bf Mr. AMH>:soloat '*i
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.MtyMMHly. a.U date J'", OeUber for ber conduct (at least so far a* II lie,eras aocll4Jl ter the ChIel. sg io. .

... sewoalyKa. *** a* to pahfafc,his t- appear*by the report) that was established CUCUXATI Sept tO. UniAaH: ,. /,s"NsiianielL. LW.I, fjrary re feel..*,enkindaa. Wkb,.bIttif 3'
.-. ......... to evidence by bar slater defendant to BLOODY DI'I'-\: lieutenant In the Navy, clroe. -'- .. hat party ,..'. .k.. of by *Uou a.4.we>j
IodiiSOI.sthat aisiWraisats art MM America-yet the English jars gave about white aaceoding thq her 10. a steamboat, fvrser..:Joha D. Brt' ,fJlt musf/ say, that, whatever may bobs anbav
atWaotofy twenty-Are cent \ and the A- .....Involved to a gourd with three Aittat StirgnHu+BumtdO, Lawn* 1&& le chargeahM with ao(ofitenUly.to'nd lthtty,_.:
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If:: 'The coascioairies that our labour bbDettin.1 Decatur lit the frigate United States,' at the 1 OSToa' Saturday Evening\ tbe12tb hId List' of Letters, ,
.; b.4eped.nt-th. we are able by capture of the Macedonian On the arrival "'P DIrnY. I a Diamond Breastpin' oval shape; In Remaihirlg In the'Post] Offlee! Pensacola

dustry and temperance to provide for the of the United Slates at New London, with I Centre a Topaz The finder will on re- Oct. ,lit 1833.-1Q- Person enquiring
wants of our family-renders at truly hap her prize, young Hamilton was singled out Foa TBS !'& it, receive a reward of 8 ii. Apply for letters on this list will ask for adter-

py, and, notwithstanding that our 'dest: by Uecatnr to carry express to Wubln,. Vh spring; whoM "cool and I Mr. DarkleStore.. Used letters.PC .

v ny is 'obscure,' respectable in our, own ton, the news of the capture. He accordingly art drank bj nearly the whole Sept. f&th, 1835-g8.-tn A.

estimation and that of others., I departed, with the colors of the city, u.rhIW "&. Ronan' Asbridge John, Allen A, B. Adam,
British frigate without communicating his Denjn.Adam.Mrs.EmelyAlleson Abrain
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Correspondence of the Boston Atlas. I intelligence to any one on the way. On arriving bowered ill thick foliage, whone Yer 4J 4 4 K.. Amauld Charles, -

Qufbec, Sept, IQifi. at the seat of government in the evening gled With flower, U u perpetual O.

( Vinr TO TintocBarrrtstt FRIOATB Pitn- he learned that there was a"grand the waters of the spring. Th. Moot!and Shoe Boylan James, 'D. Blair William, Bst.Kt.
ball going on, given by the citizens of the John, Barton LeI, Bell William, Bonel
and extensile ,
the
to fountains of time NalaJII, the TST arrived a prime a -
NAn R&3(1 '.lCtfeE. place In honor of the victory of the Constitution Francisco, Blzter Charles. Baltzell Mrs
the Slice Store Dank Bull-
A day.or Iwo since, there Mere three over the"Ooerrif're. The Chief piration. Vi't are ,lad to IH sort men t will at be sold wholesale and 11. S. Bait Deten, Bayard William Bow-:

j English frigates tt anchor in the St. Lawrence Magistrate, all the officers of the government haa'exereUed that power on our which resonabic terms.by Please call and den John A. llrckcr Henry, Bampford (.eo.
t opposlto Quebec. This display|' of and Commodore Hull, with all the 'Tie sweet: white day light on. J.3, Blarkbnrn Wm. Buchanan McKean

force may'not have been wholly accidental fashion and beauty, of the place were of To wander to the Well, JOS. S. LEVETT. 8, Bucknuster, William.C. .

at this time ( and the unquiet spirit prevailing course present Hamilton proceeded to And pluck with fancy'* /An gcr 3d 1833. 30.-3t .
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throughout the Canadas may hat tho bill room, and calling out his father before The blossoms of the dril. Caro- S. Cagiiet Mils Mize Cassity Capt:
f p been instrumental calling it forth. The he entered, Ire showed him the Mace. Notice Hugh, Crane Ambrt c, Carune Michael
't Pique sailMon Wednesday leaving behind donian's rotors, and announced her capture The bird their vespers singing, undersigned having obtained Letters Capt. 2. Carrn-nter" Thomas, Chandler
the Forte and the President. Having -The joy of the father may be imsymcd.! In notes en wild and clear I Testamentary on the estate or William, Coomba Thcinas B. COllOQ Lof-

'ft" I I some curiosity to Me the remain. of one Leading his con by the arm, he entered the. 'Ti. Airy music ringing.On Lavalet deceased: hereby notifies ten, Camcron, J. A. Cbancey W,. D
f of oar old national ships, we this afternoon saloon, and there displaying the captured the enchanted car. persons to whom said estate is Indebtet'' Cox Mr.

r, went down to the King Quay with the color., he communicated to the brilliant The cool and crystal water for settlement, and all person indebted D.

A i "4 view of While we conveyance lookinge assembly' the l intelligence of,the new victo The gently perfumed air,, I, said estate will be expected to make in I Dunn Wm. 2, Doddi Sergt. Robert
President.' were in vain ry. Young Hamilton was made a lieutenant Ilavecharm fr Flora' dllli t! ." payment. Danghty William, Dfigharty \\'m. Denncy
round for a boat, we saw the frigate's on the spot by Mr. Madison. The ladies If floetin g-Oh hoW'fair JOSEPH DONIFAY, Win. 1). .
barge approaching the shore, and hailing crowded around'hlm, bestowing upon Executor. R
,. the Young Middy, who sal In the stern, we him nhmt undisputed tokens of their favor Those bright; and pretty flowers, 29, 1835.-23.-St.Notice. Erris, Edwards! Sleeting, Etuis'G.v: .
t told him that we desired to go on board. and admiration. It was an hour to Hamilton Which 6t. Uonan, U they tell EXUIP, Eaton Gp,'. J. 11.

i, II*poliltfttoAred u* a scat by his side, and in which the emotion and the hap In'Ifl' profusion shower lIE undersigned haying obtained Letters F.
i 4then ordering his men to push off, we soon piness of years of ordinary life were crow Around bit mystic Well. administration on the estateo Fitzgerald John, Fitl
found ourselves upon the broad deck of them ded. Little more than two years, 'afterwards Cobb deceased, hereby gives notice Thomas, 2, Fry Samuel, Fillinpin Robert
,'. frigate. Wet bad brought no letter of introduction he fell mortally wounded in the encounter [Dr REQUST.] all persons Lading ('Iaitnlgoinllt said Forbes R. M. Forbes Mr. Fuquera A. G.,
to any of the officers; and were with the Endymion. Fanald Samuel J. Fay Thomas C.
to present them properly' Mtes( 4, Fer
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t t unacquainted with a single individual onboard ', SAVANNAH, ( for settle ment, and to all persona indeb grJson James, .Furlong John Falconer A- I
., ) bet informing the first lieuten The D ird of Navy Commissioners Commodores brarn b ,
Joliti.
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'- ..rcfmfln I\i gvLita Jsft riaih__fui- I
' ant that we were American gentleman, desirous Rogers, Chauncy and Morris. &k The followjnsiiflt, =rt'L'.ll said estate, o -
.
,! q 1.- of seeing the ship, he received us i] Mr. Ooldlborou'ltt.their' Secretll )'t,*:!: :: ... at Key West, for ISAIAH CODe.Adminidrhlor. Glascock Tbos/"O:7, Guinard Rev S.
''r with much courtesy and although-, then I.I the Charlestonyr? .[.r ;'week,"on Miss M. S. M. of the Navy Yard ('agnet MadameVeuve, Grace Thos. Green
deck 1
several who
? were parties on had their aAP'-- For want of time, thl.'Ye Garrin Ihos.
120.8t. Copt. Joseph, Gellens
,.. .I ciruit of inspection. We un 5th Al-
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errand
the h "
come sane yet to us I ? and and
j upon are now respectfully
t Mr. Giner
heus Uraelhe A.
.. > ,devoted the whole of his wcisiand that they have derided to cionv..rtthe her. Notice.. ) ,
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I .. j ,,..a,*l* Iy'tat' u.".h-.f ItenJ1M.,1'w I$te, and; tendering dock Independence, Into a round, ship of sterned the line 64, now, will in liar bringt eurh die Bidder robot liE undersigned having! obtained the Let I Hopkins Wm. ilinard II. Miss E. 4, hubbell -
ties. We had Und manche liebe Schaltrn iteigen ; ters Testamentary on estate or L. C. 3 Iluttou R. Hill Miss Mnhala
liiwac to.us its hOllpltaJ long 32s. She is to have two gun ,
very reason to be gratified with our visit decks, and a light spar deck. Weal Gleich since sJton, halbverklnn! de! Alba, deceased, hereby notify eli iolcomb James, Henley Corud. Harvilo

., "> This IS the first cruise of the President so understand her frame of live oak! Konuut erite LJeb and / having claims against said estate., Samuel, 8. Holderncss Shiffington.
since her refitment. She has in her 'much to be perfectly, sound, and that her 'model, auC" .t Introduction to them properly attested for settle. ,I. J.
of the timber of the old ship, and her' keel which Is a fine one, will be preserved a. You bring the image o'f' happier and all persons indebted to said es Jones J..Inloes Joseph,
is the same.-She is still remarkable for beforev Dot ton Ere. Jot.Appointment And many loved on* form starts are requited. to make immediate pay K. *
her soporior sailing. Her.model has not .!. Like old, and dear, and oft/ Kennerley Abraham L.
First lore and friendship touch the .. JOHN ALBA L.
beenchaaged. She mounts fifty-two guns by the Pretulent. LAIFADY'
and hat a crew of>380 men. Her full com- John Forsyth. Jr. of Alabama, to be EUGENE Lewis; Polly Lawrence William Leo
pbment Is 400. Every part of the ship is Attonney for Abe Southern District' of Alabama (I.) l835-31. Eftctttort. were Geo. Leitn. John'G. Lauiason Dr.
in fine order t and the utmost cleanliness Is in the place of John Elliot deceascd. Mary, I met thee, on another 10th, M.

f every where seen, from the cock pit to the I did not think again to meet! thee LIE subscriber has received by the late Maury James M, Martine Pedro Paul,
c* Admiral's cabin. The men were engaged I did not know thee then, but saw arrivals] from New York and New tlattison Lieut Joseph 3, Mathews Capt.

.. In various occupations:-the'middle were General Jackson and thSlate Qve. I And sunny fare was fair among the s, and offers for file low for Cash Joseph, Mayo John. McNalley Wm. Mar-
a 'pacing their narrow rounds. Admiral Sir litm.-A Philadelphia paper, DieHELL' Thy brow i is still unclouded : well. O Barrels and 30 half Barrels Superfine hall Capt. Bcnj.. McCqrmick Ebenezer
., ueorgeCockburn, who commands on the Reporter, has the following paragraph: Thou- art not heartless j thou : Minter Lewreuuey, McCleery John, Mun-
Brazilian station, has his head- uartefl on We learn from what we consider a responsible (II.) Barrels Rum, tony Madame. Mack Capt %Vin. Monmg
,board the President His! family are at present source, that President Jackson I I met thee where the ever restless Boxes Cohen Cheese, I Robert 2. .Meldrun Capt. J. M.
with him. has determined, to advert to the Slave Sparkled and dashed o'er many a Firkins Goshen DUl'r,. ,I N.

C i' ,After showing us all the objects of interest Question i in bis-next Message to Congress" And Where moss stern and!Baranea wilJ- mock:bloom It* do Western do Navarreno 'Manuel Ncufville P. M. S.

d 1 about the frigate Mr. Currie, the firstlieutenant It. echoing arch* and owrn its cheerless j Da.ketllnperior Champange, I I'ovitzky Charles Nabor Salomon, Nune
ordered the be mannedto Kegs Lard 11. A. Nothrop D." A. 2.
gig to POR7' or PENSACOLA. Of, buried thunder! are the stately ,
afterwards strained Sperm and Linseed Oil O.
wait our pleasure. We soon Arrived Ill
took our leave favorably Impressed' ( ) Kegs White Lead let, quality, and a I Oldmixon Edward, O'nell & C Messrs. ,
very Schr. Orleans, Seaman, New York, Car I met thee where the ocean swell, "
with everything we had seen. _The cur assortment of Glass and Crockery, J. Oshanessey' James, Osborne Dr. Leo
go to Comdt. at the Navy Yard. Like a rushing wind in a Leafy. dell
+ : r rent of the river: is very strong at Quebec Schr.; Pacific, Fcssenden, St. Marks. Flung high on Santa ROM' shore, Barrels Green Apples superior nard 5, Osuorne LleuL.. I:.
and as we entered the gig, we saw its force Bunches Onions. P.Port .
Schr. Elisabeth, Forsjth, New Orleans Its whitened crest with solemn roar; '
in the difficulty .with which the oarsmen GEORGE W. BARKLEY. 'N m. J' PLritcheltMrs. S. 2, Perry I
Cargo to the master. And thee I
many gallant pint saw
4 struggled against it, 3d, 1833.: -30.-If. William, Preston Mrs. Patterson Saml.
Amid the jocund dunce or banquet'
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Departed.Schr. Vice Mrs M. 2. Phihburt
Christina Pel-
"d As we looked back upon the Presidentwe Pearl, Stevens, Franklin La. 30, (IV.) lmr'T ham Chatles Pierce Capt. J. G. ,
could not forbear, indulging In some 000 Briks, 1U.400, Jeet Lumber, & 23 Bags And where are those who with us I GOODS. ., R.

a. painful recollections. On her deck the hereto Bolt by H. Kelly hours undersigned is now opening large Runneon R. II. 3. Rivers Elisha 2. Rend-
Decatur bad trodden, previous to her, Brig Robert Drucel\IorrU.SC Josephs Bay. or that height utght to pleasure M> and general assortment of fancy and ,

.capture Iud there those gallant spirits 18,333 feet Lumber, 3b,000Bricks. by J. D. Who BabbU, "'" and Howell, who fell \V uttott. shower, I
Goods mens Sestiones R. D. Stevenson P. Sierra
In the action,- had been seen In the prime I 'Till rtdd'ning dawn lit up the Dry Miss, A.V

t k of their days and in the fullness of hope. To Mechanics For two at l least we've heard the every description suited to the south T.
It Is not worth while to go into detail, of That Morning gun still tell the
markets
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.the engagement. Suffice It to say that; EMPLOYMENT will ,be given at the for them. Twitchell..Thorton T.Cnpt, A. _W. .Thomas New,
the sailed from New-York in V. Groceries
noble ship ( )
Fourteen Joiner leI A. L. Kay ,William, Riley William
,
,
r JTabniary, 1810, uJln.cruise to the PaeJ- Like distant organ/ tuneful vesper.
.J.I<- Riley John Rush Phillo Reley James R.
fie Ocean. In crossing the bar at Sandy Too MlnMerertThree Thou beet awaked a train of kindly! A Shoes
lochchlave P. Roe Charles Raimand lilac
I, Hook, she struck, and lay thumping upon Urlcklaijert & Like a freeh founlun from a deeert lame. :
": (It till near morning. She got off with they four Stone Jtfasons. Thought of the put have through Hardware Cut. W.

.. p* tide, but itwas then too late to escape the Application should be made early to the I rushing} tlery &c. &e. Woolly Jacobs; White Samuel Woodward
? 1 .enemy's squadron, which was watching commanding officer' of tho Yard. Bright welcome visions ofdead Joys which is offered on the most, mo Wm. Walker, Geo. .
.. her departure. When day light, appeared fCJ": The Mobile Register, and New Orleans Like moonlight through a duty terms.. Oct. 3d. 1835.-30.-3t. II. KELLY. t
\ danger encompassed heron all aides. The Bulletin will please publish the above JOHN CAMPBELL

only resource was to escape'by her well four times, weekly, and forward their accounts .. An allusion to to the death of i 3d. 1833.-3Q.-tf. THE subscriber' has removed to the
known superiority of- .sailing This was to this office for payment. tu*Strong and Dr. Frederick \ Store adjoining Messrs. Jerri-
tried* but to ao purpose.' Her, keel had Oct 24th, 1833,-33.-tf. S.. Navy.. County Court son & Foeter,where all orders for Clothing
beeninjured on the bar and< ah* was otherwlsa Erratum.-Miss April Term 1835. will be punctually) .attended to.
much /that her Sale. Biddy that Charles Le Baron Samuel ,
sailing was
so crippled fng the miseries others D. A. NORTHROP.
,p' Impeded It clearly ,perceptible that says Patterson and John E. Pringle 30th 1833.-12.-3t.
was T\TOTICE Is hereby given on the .e1. May. ,
.,;that this Endymlon the headmost frigate 1 coed Monday of November next I Though an angel should write, 'tis Road Commissioners on* the
of the ho squadron, a ship of equal will expose to polio sale all the residue or print. side of Escambia River, and Joseph':, Jtor Sale for Ca h.
site, with 1M President, was rapidly gaining the effects belonging to the Estate of Wm. And rives the following' James W. Earnest, and ,John A. JOSEPH NORIEGO'S Island in the
upoo.her. Under these circumstances, II. Compton deed. consisting of one negro havock made by a printer in on the East side of said river.C. River, (Township 1 North ,

Dflcatar'Ctv. orders to prepare for action fellow about 18 or J9 years old, one negro fusions.But EVANS. Judge. of Ranges 29 and 80 West) two miles from "

tyt hoping that he might succeed in dismasting giii about 10 or 17 toetherwlth house hold a week or two since,my Ode A (rut. .Copy. Pen.acola.Ba, and 12 miles from the City
w; the Hndym ion, crippling her, so that furniture &0.. In order to make a' divisionand Which I meant to Lava nude a M. CRUPPER $ of Fenwcolo-Containing85100 acres
.f ha BighUtUl have a chance to escape. -A settlement of said estate. thing, & 18, 1835.-10.-41 ''W'NOTIOE. will be sold for Callb./A plot of this Islands

-.0.I"UUahl'" fight of about an hour's duration Sole to take place at the bowie of John Where I talked of the-"dew-drolr lodged with the Editor of this paper and

I. ensued, in which,although the_ Presidentwas McDavld, Walton County. Mown nee," can be seen '
much damaged, her opponent was entirely RICHD. J. COMPTON. The nest thing< made it"from ( undersigned gives notice that at The title!* indisputably good..
Lf1.: disabled, and must hav struck her Executor. NI. the next term of the hon. the County ,Persons wishing to purcbue.will communicaie t
'colors had not the, other portion vf they Oct. 24th 1833.-33.-6ig. Escambia County he will aprl Ion with W'm. vv.'Watklns of Washington -
squadron consisting of. the Pomoue and settlement of,the Estate of MARVIN in the District of Columbia.
Twaedos frigates, come "t3 her rescue. LANDED front the Schr. Rose-in-Bloom. fbr 'Sale or deceased and move to be in bail:idRANDAL'ALLIS. ,Oct. 3d,' 1835/. 30.-tf.Teiltory .
There befog.oo alternative but to continue sale subscriber will sell or "
the engagement at such unequal odds,-afrigauof 6 Barrels Orange, Charter for the Toll *. Admr. t of Florida.
Beady the same size on either 4do.. Limes, mouth of the'Big Bayou, from 28 1835. 13-at. !A the Superior CovertforliteJ..triclof

aide,-or to surrender, Decatur ordered a 200 Coeoamit of wishing ,' on very Wttt. Florida titling at a court of
i gun to be fired to leeward ..dJbo flag of O. W. BARKLEY, those to trade, can -Notice. chanceryusepliine
,"'.. 1 as there be MePI-erson; widow of,Wm. McPherson
can n
thtvPmident. tot be struck Oct. 94th .W33.-33.-3t. for a great bargain undersigned gives notice that al ,
:8oba sRei" commencement of the engagement -.,..- esrir to the_April term of the hon. the Coun-' and' heir at Law of Afargut'tMcfherlOn :
WM. A. Escambia and McPherson n.
rf Decatur had Conceived the Intrepid THE undersigned hereby gives notice Sept 10th, 1835.-28.-tf.. final settlement] County of the Estate he tail of W.apply H. Francjseo. Dalcour Gforje', Executor,' of John
deslg* of running hi* ship along sideoftMEndyraionearrtedher Merchant and others, that he. will deceased and Forbes deceased Camilla Jnanna Dalcoot -
Notice move to be dis ,
bJ boarding, hereafter pay, no debts contracted In his CatalIna Sophia Dalcour John Tbev -
,
abcRsWag the President U the foe fteseaplI name, except those contracted by himself AT. the next term of the RICHD. odor Dalcour
J. COMPTON. Exr. Dalcpur Augustin Joseph ,
,
Endymlon. of Eecambia
of the county court
the swift sailing his order.
bj or by express of
8th 1833. 2ft, and Theresa Dalcour children:
Laura
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be held the of Pensacola .
butt at city
Th. word was pass d for the purpose, q JOSEPH BON1FAY. said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia bus
,alike 1I'OID8I)a British commander self Oct. 24th, 1833.-33.-tf. Monday April next, shall Jackson Svtyn'or Court, wife late Forbes daugbjer of j
: suspecting the nuncBUvr* wore ship, and final settlement of the Ettato "March Term 183.1. Sophia Edmund
of raid John Forbes and Dupairere
; ,thos defeated M enterprise, which must Prospectus.mm Commyns, deceased, and move ; Fountain Cofnplt vs. Asa Fountain '
: or-
t and.Juanna late Juanna r
:..: ,kavf),iprovftd saoeessful, and which would : undersigned Polish National Committee charged.. Bill in Chancery of Divorce his wife deceased J
bets Forbes
: .Vxavs stood without avparsJlel In the annals In the United States propose THOMAS ) E is hereby given that at said daughter of Mid John
fnaval. warfare. The captured frigate publishing historical tDtorthe Polish EI< Term of said Court it appearing that the Calin.Mitchell Defendants. of the

,...,;, trycpn eyed to Bermuda;; where she was emigration to these United States under Oct. 10th, 1833.: .- i detandant was a nonresident of this IT appearing to the satisfaction above named
ro.l and ordered to England. Oa her the title ef "THE POLES IN THE U- ._ .. N otlee.PURSUANT a rule was entered that unless h. reside court that the defendants of
'ar nJ. she was found to be unfit for sees NITED STATES OF AMERICA," to be to an order of before the first day of the next Term without the limits of the Territoty it u
Florid and Inthe Island] of Cuba
'vice; -audwmsmade subservient the Ys prefaced by a abort statement of the history County Court ; said billtheeame w ill be taken as

);. .+m of i reoeivlug ship. Some of the Eng- of the UteJPoiish Revolution, and to be >la County I wW'.n at public .! &e. therefore, on, or ordered before' the fourth they Monday sppearhere w i
accompanied with authentic vouchers WESTCOTT.
hell papers were ap- connected thtSeth October next rood
4.' piayee upon the Endymtmt--dedrous to with the residence of the Poles In A certain half lot 'of grouud ;. a Sol for CompL March next ..nd'aniwertbeDillothet forconfessed
1ti Tlve. to her alone the credit of the victory this country.?*Form in Bvo. Subscription the plan of the city of .. IOth' tSU.-3Itr.. m insnts limb the ran.e be taken decreed

The story,did Dot last long, even(f it were price 91, payable oa delivery only. ber 823, lying and being In the lW otlce.' and the matters thereof ordered thata
h fior a tisee believed. The1 whole; of the fleet The Committee being sensible of the advantages said, containing forty feet front person are hereby notified I.accordingly, and it is further "rne
that in
at of this
order be'
tor.the prUe-raoney.\ &. offered to the Pole. by a settlement copy published
tbebehUm.
V ,iT'+aulla tern aide of Florida Blanca the next AprU term of the once s
e;+ whoa the amount ceme sbe divided,Mt la this favored land, the proceeds of hundred and seventy feet to depth <( !MambJa County WU County newspaper Ifot: printed in the district,,
the work after defray In theexpenaesofpub- present month, .sIx mODlb. ,
,wm dlitrlbUtadhe 'equally S g north by lot No. 82>, formerly I Court tuj accounts and vouchers CAMERON
011 end Pomona.jlsaveaep9keaotUhree will be applied In aid of the as J.
.. Ead71 t lic&t1oo1.' colony I ty of John Vilalonra and South of the estate>f David Chile W. D. rAT
'chivalrous oIlSeef'I'f1a4" the Rock River, state of Illinois. Judge
oa half
J er of lot No 333, belonging ud act final "
oa settlement and gad 183&.;=ML'
Sept.
UtuEaas .
tits \ MARTIN RO8IENKIEWICZ '
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' ,eras tlba toll or theHon.. Paul FELIX OWINCZEWSK f BfJBNAPDO OEORQF
W. D.UlJtLEY. a .
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The eUrtle IW member* .f\li* LeginlatiTp or hOWlle OJ' )fAlItIlAGr.-1Ta the ottor' party insisted upon a flglit, and James K. Bowie! John F. Borden., BogerVPerry.

!JJ3'Nsa eJLa.SATtJRDA Council. far a* heard from, hhibiu the following ,ring, N. Wallet and AI or. This was an gentlimantoluntceitng lobe second far .
action to recover eompenaattorifor breech the officer, they went" ashore to settle their .."II/Ai/Iflt.t.-Jam" M. FrailcY.. tephcn
retttt.
: y./'OCTO En' 15 of promise of marriage,brought a. young difference. At the first fire the lieutenant Hod, John W. D. Ford, William f
eaUUiMenir, Morton and BloanL man who" holds the situation <>f clerk in a' received hula adversary'* ball In his hip, I'opc, Jame* H. Strong wl. Th. U. S. Sloop of War "fft Louis& sassed irai/...-J. L. McKinnonH warehouse: in Liverpool, against' Mr. W at- akcd If he wan satisfied, to ',hkh hill antagonist ,I, Samuel A. Turner, 'William B VtotK
t'y from thU ie. MtH lI'cm.- -Tabor. icy, a respectable Inhabrtaut of Manchester ff'rlled.II nOlo' until one of usisillicd. log, John O. WWwn, William t*. Wilaaason ,
port yeiterday morning on a en and his wife who was alleged to havebeen \ ." They took annthrr shot and the John W. :Taylor, John =8. 1JooIb.f* (]
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Jllt'he"-Mt1I8C'fL kin and
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The folowlng U a but of her offier >. Win *
pledged at the time of her : 4euleuant4adversasryfelldeods His brother T. Minbrfek, Francis J Jlobaa,
Lawrence Rounaeau Matter Co mn n Henry: II. Bell, Wi1 alla M Blair, Lieute- />*.*/!*.-X, K. Allwou. : ings, and Mr. Alexander stated the case. ond of the lieutenant endrathri-d In \am to George Wickha/n: WtUiamC. Be .
w .ant*. Ondtdtntr' or*. Kenan and JohmtonJcjftrmn The action, lie said, was rather a peculiar prevent They Bred, and the other brother verly. I'
Samuel W.. Rufl; Surgcoa. .-K. White and W. BaileyZxiM one, inasmuch as it was brought by was shot drad. 1 be second nf the deceased CojrfttiVs Ckr*-Jacob Martin, Jr.IfoalewarnChsrles .
i iloanerSamuel
FrancUB! Stockton, 1'111'1" the gentleman against the lady & although becoming: enraged with the IIrul.n.Int' Matthews
SamorlS.adtrail, AHj. S.BingManer.Thowu .-Mrr* Macwi, Duval, Benhelot and this was rather a rerrnal of the ordinary oeeond, shot and killed Mm end was ( O. City.
Millet Secretary. Donni occurrence, he was not aware of the In turn shot dead by the lieutenant, who Car enter-John O. Butler.
George W. Peete, A..uUHl Surgnea. exiotence of any law that Ib\lt 4\Iot a man: wall conveyed from the Held much exhaut- .SailmI'lAtr-Df'lljlmh: Crow.
diehard Ferns, Paiuml Midshipman. njrtraordinarPretence ef Jlfimt- from seeking reparation forlisnpp<>hit- too by U M of blood, and is now.at Louisvillr Iftrc-F.d./ Watmough ..- U.
William M. E. AJara. EJmanJ L.nler Yesterday afternoon, aa !Mr. John Coombswas meats occasioned by a lady. Lori AbmRcr recovering, under tiro carp nf "Ms 8. CojiMiJloTnnidadde. Cuba, & laml.I <
Jaiue McCaraik, George W. lUrcUta Thai- engaged in repairing the spec of the -Is the action defended by tie lady 7 phyddan! ThuaJoarnice! "tie leA dead I y. '
dens K. Padre, J. U. It, San.!., Wilson R. -c."clall4p.rc.of a church in this Tillage, Mr. Alexander is my lord: ( Laugh. upon the field. Ae give the above as we To jtnn the SqtJ'1fvilA.. l't'MQCOM
McKenna, Jenaing F. Marrait, Benjamin 8Gault Mr Z. A. blocumh, hating a curiosity ter.) I He wa prepared to aliow thtt the heard U from a respectable source, but fur- Statm: ,
$ William II: AJ m*, Mubhipmen to view the town from ass elevated a position defendant, Mrm Valley, had so far out in-' ber to rnrnton the nan es i William P. Moran Captain Clerk. obtained pettninsion from Mr. C. to ged the feelings of his client, the pliunuft, no good could result from it, nnu we pre. Surgton-\\ llham Flumpatea
J Charle Woodland, Boatiwain.Charle aafnd the steeple for that purpose| and % to far totaled the fidelity tisii.illy maintained sumo their rel.itnraha\e been already nd- < ..i>ntr-James Ward.
Wad.,' Gunner. while carelessly gazing around upon the by her sex, as alter i lighting her .1111101 their fate.-Krtinnf J'ott. JSatlmaktr VMllluin Dennet,
Richard D. Berry! Carpenter,\ beautiful prospect before bun, the plank rows tn \\arinjr, to fly from him at the "C' [The abki-ncc-of any notieu't flho affairIn
t. Thoma J. B jrre, Sail Maker. upon which he stood lilted-he lost his balance ry time he was making prrpkrations fur the /x>w *ri//f papers, Induces the hope TPOM THiaoaTON taT ADVUtTtfTfttMr. '
Mathew W. Ayhoru, Puner's Steward -and, in the act of falling had the marriage: and to throw herself into the that the story in untrue nr greatly exaggerated JOHN Q. ADAM*.-Thn Newpoi'C'lIerald
: presence of mind to draw from his ndc arm or another, whom eventually "hc .-JVtit. tut.] of the 1'imes publishes. the followIng a
Thi New Orleans and N.rlMr" Mail.-It U pocket large Spanish claap( -knlfe. which, married. The plaintitf' had been for sometime remarkable letter (rum 'Mr. Adam. Ie
vrprning that to little attention I U raid'to this I when about one third of the way don, he ncquiintcd w it'i! the defendant at Preston ROYAL FAMILY' I''RANCK.A \Mr. Pearce, the late Jackson candidate tatCongress
struck into the steeple with such \iolrnceand Paris > 'nl of l.ondun whig in Rhode Island and the ucoeee* ,
) act to the mail bo wl I...re her fnthrr kcepaspnblichousec cor Ti pond a
eu ; a* permit to dragged over
11I.ill11111t he wua enabled to hang dang In taxi their nrtccliotm vera cngagfjto paper df'liC'ribt'1I, lit r..noIhe- picscnt fill oml'Ctlklr $t' Durges.; doe
it* prevent weary way,.between this plaoe and ling (in the air for the space of nearly h tn. each other and, in the horn of amen hug royal family t>f rrnncr, thobext altogether Whig undkJalf.. Tbptpr4: \Vblch Mr( ''
Xlebtle. It get thi* far south, and hen fort ty minutes, before any awislnnce could be I hip condition in life he rrrntMid Jo Liverpool the king included, that Prance ever Adauts df'cribe. as bating been luunlidt.JI.
seedy half degree north, ova a had food,inly rendered bam. \N e are happy to add that where ho obtiint\l: << a rluiion III a possessed! .- for the lest two year* toPearcc break down )1,_
odd mile in extent in order that it. reach the oitly 4n>ary lu"aincdby Mr. S. wa a :mrrcliiiUV t'OUf.Unrhntl."I'o. lie contmiied If I were a courtier; or had thing Utha sm which struggled ,withthessuiazeal1
may small contusion in the leg, and a slight injury to reside In I.h erpool, and "11'1 flu or. lo gain by ruloguir,;the royal 1 fmni'j, their when&Ir. -Adams emu hat
point, whence, after-all, ills,, dearly the seine to the muscles of the ariuv Probablynot ed with fcoucnt tk'u! by the defendant, t'ollduc111I1"'I..\, h life krould supply tome a candidate' for rhe Picsldency, to elect
taanr to New Orleans, as from Pennacola one in a thousand, under similar cir- then Mis TowiMrnd, with whom he |,lan- materials! for that w lush the world ingeneral him to that office, and with the came sue ,
: Do tit* business men of New Orleans know hat cuiusUnccsvouldhaeliadtlm presence ned the arrangement for their matriago I would cosuler fulsomn flattery,yet cecs in the result, though they succeeded- ,
of mind to resort tothe expedient by which but which would be nothing more than a plain in obtaining for him the vote of their owe
tfior I.I such a place a. Peniaeolal Ar. they a. he wa enabled to fscnpe from threatened The eairve of true love never iM ran ,moot h." statement of fact. The bout wife, the f-tote. \
ware that the Mrthern mail to that |talus I. forwarded annihilation, almost injured Clerrlanri :Miss Townsend! mot with Mr Wailny, to beet mother, the most pimm Christian .Qcmcy;&pt. 7, ,IBSfcDCAR '
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every other day from the north by way of Ob"r t1", Srpt.20. whom in IVci mbcr of last )t-ar, she W4\I! mist brne'olcnt and cliarltal} weanan' on RIa : I enclose a of the pro 'j
this town 1 And do they know that there I. a [A fricaJ whopmntol lout to u.this paragraph, mimed MrVanpg being dmardrd the continent' of Kuiope. I tithe consort( cteding of the town of QuPuey upon taee-- e
direct and facile water cominunicatiea between .. That he in The learned (unsrl then fl'ort't'cwd to 'l.ouisl'hilil'PC', who. isntrnwif cne of the vii report of the Rev..William M., Cornell, '
"'Y'II. a moon dory Wilt once a
: read some betters from Miss lowimtml to most exemplar liu>tunds and father In to the Massachusetts Missionary Society( .
the two lat named place 1 One woaU be al- condition to exercise the Mine ,prraruee at mind Waring, portions of which excited ninth I cxiMcrrce Of tlicirright f children long aiI I and M further aUdeoce that the whaUUntaof :

mart tempted .. think they do not, or else how himself, ansi. that while he wa! thrusting his merriment In the tirettdatedYlth of December ha>"p1>ernki .France and ,mixing mach Qulaty ore not so graceless a eel a* Mr.

;! are we to aeronnt far he fact that no attempt ha hand into M" |mektt for a knife, he came-bump It3.1: Mm expressed nitwit unrn-- ''I more with the political opponents of his Cornell represented them to be. I..k'out
bean maile to extend the transportation of the the earth, "an.I"'-he added with a ness regnnlintf the! constancy of her io\'cri. majesty t'hln1tl hub panlrans or lid mi. acceptance, also! of a pamphlet containing
upon grave and bade him, U Cer rOil meet any of rcr,' I soleinnl' )' declare that of any (Indiidui the proceeding of the first congregational '
nail In dean boat, hence to New Orlean*,- and solemn air_" I dailud DIT brain out."] the girls w e met in the Square, shut your % of then I have never hear'in single church and society in tbe town, upon the,
The actual JilTi'renco of the distance between yes and do not look at them, fur if you do, word of romp III Int. while I haie much to P...
this place and New Orleans, and that between Shocking Outrage.-A few day since, I shall soon lose you." She adds, My produce admiration and retpect. They are tor. adcrthlrty.tveyrarsoftaithfulee vke t
i Mobile and New Orleans U les than two hoar the body of a little boy who had been em- cousin Sarah mj sy ) an a driver to acanal boat, MRS found saw m Liverpool, and if you were not engaged at humble-nicli. in fart an good and excellent I heartily congratulate you upon :yoor '
run for a team host | and yet tlio mail i* carried Toyed near the towing path Df the Ixv ,she would not her cap at) ou." ( Ixmd parents In private life are sometimeshlcsord re- ,lertlon to Congrrt Although upon ,
nearly seventy imlr\ mostly overland, to Mobile, high Canal at South Easton, with sere'ccly laughter.) In another letter dated October w ith. Yrt such is the family men many important public measures I differed! ,,
and i U tkrmcc deujmtrlicj U (team, ',",.-. 1e New any signs of lifo remaining. lie was takento robe complain+, You men are no deceitful Rt'edJ it III feared, with misfortunes, "r dtll' widely in opinion from you In the last Co.-jrgrrss ;k '\
Orleae When will the New Orlnan a house near by, and shortly after e' pored !,".Rod amuira him-" \ou are the tined to suQer from anxiety and constant and, although I do not Batter myself '*- 1
I peopl.of It appears that lie had for some time first 1 ever laved, a,111 calculate"ou will npprrhcn ion.11Kxirict that we shall agree much better in toe
awaken to a knowledge.of their true interest in been afflicted with the dysentery, and be be the List" At the\ same time she next, I am yet convinced that the party
the matter t Poet Muter General BarrH. trig unable! prforro h1I! duly lo the satmfac-she .' would wait patiently as Liiban did of -letter fiom Huvrf, dated which ha* been these two year* UXiggllnr
*" have oCVrvJ ten thousand dollar for rpcditing lion ofa ijrfltAl'ctnvIo.'he aJr.te.kH i for Itichej" could she ouly be cure of ha- Srptunbcr I. to break down tbe base compound of :t
and beaten lathe most savage manner, and vTiTg"tnhTuTlnir tBCll5r! ,)J. .Other letters We can get I satisfactory ncccunt of Hartford Convrotiron Federalism and Hop jal *
she northern mail to New Orleans twelvefceure
finally dragged non the tow-pnth, thereto in the saner fervid strain were rffd-Ust, what. has tern done to put this (she tteen- Atrh Masonry, i 1. to rotten with the corrujnfon -' .
? Here then/are the mean, toe plain and die. He crawled into the stable, and was anon a change came over the spirit of the y' i"fool chair at reil. It i* not of both tie element, that I hall
obvion to etcafefHe; notice of the most earelcM-oV found in the fAte described above. His fair one, mid in the 2Uth of Jallunr), she probable your g {;\'I11 explainfurther 'I I wnh t joy the' ktory you h* ,, t. .ervrrofcewyisgthe mail, that inipnrtantpaint, little body emaciated by sickness bore the penned a letter addressed simply to Ld- than it bus done, bv apprr.f:gA m fr il.o..J rejoice also that the People tarns
aft1at lcn hoar sooner than at prewc.tl marks of severe bruises. How any person ward j"C\\'lthoutthe dear")-on which she publishing nppro\al of lr. | r..t.'t lkj; W'a, i iutlrq don by the anmaH'
; bearing the impress of humanity could assigns the opposition' of bur family as the ctipduct Dui U would appear'h"nl'lon"l-I rc .. "i. e' .
and yet the eitixen of New Orleans eeem eon- thus abuse an innocent helpless boy, is unaccountable ground for breaking off the connection\ and Livlnpjion displeased mOl I '
tent to have their mail go by wayof\I.|t & we hop strict jrMice may requrs'ed him to return: her letters by her Jarkfon in his mcssoge! the igaiust 5SSflp! 5aS 'IIIt
Well It 'U no concern of our*.-Hop* we don't be rendered unto h:m. lie has since been friend, Mis IIodgLin 'on.u God blocs you him. We are read to sure U.e marked aSSSttSSURB'S+ :?oj
intrude.Itl apprehended-Eastern Argus (said she in conclusion) and may you reception he ha had upon his return I Ihnme. Iy .t.t .
If due victim .f brutality had Wn a southern meet with MUM! one who can make >'ou, Wi> wonder he hOI been taken rn U their natthsvepwa toSSLwelcome ,, I
tlK"I I happier than I can' Imirlfdkatelj after the grippe, for he 1m had the talent to place i In the reson"dW) Tr thai f ,
a singular fart that for many yean pant, lave, instead of a northern one, bow would\
> date of this letter she made Mr. Walley strong relief fonduc' which cannot be reticwrd pledge that tnrfr ''ctiai..';?;*--S sthrlrownlija. ;\
sic ha.. hrre.aean Tthltho'lUhit.necenary e- cruelty practiced_upon him. Lii.g him. These with ptisfacllon, by the parties They betrlw ff ,"'
-it. a "" ,. ___....c... ronreructk_ It IIJ Islumrtitabl, *. lioworr., 10 irrs.. by not elrctina him to-tb :&*__ ....
...idr "flathln.pear., ihe United States." Their own organ-
who? NO 'NEED FOR JAIL I]I PLKSACOLAct I (' Providence charjrw the Jots of Me election,.
Mn Pensacola Gazette Oct. 24, 1835 jl Is K 'fo the House upon their treachery. to ,
ml'lka, will It, and *o mote K always" be. They
CIIdl I i.l'f hu, .
have no honest principle tokeep then to-,t
kanl lvpithoutbrtst getherv. Their only crnrrntMa ytBpathyx; "
edIi It is a singular ft that of of haired te c"t"lDanof purer prtelpr
evil for many years past, we have here, been without that f oboe! lhaiuhem elve *:
erilD a Jail. ,Thiswe may be regarded by others as; evidence that necessary Toward M. Barge himself I cherish. 1
Stak we are a very lawless set ; but (friendly fetlin gorerneJNlu lbr,-"f
impulses and bitter' a* ho (Ia In the Indvf>TJf
know dtmandlire genes of hi. arcaitie. humor be baa bill- ,
this !lent part, a classical tacie, occasional .t/t
ire, It j Mn 'n- and moth
... flight eloquence too bounty
the the ...Ie for hi* party. I deeply regretted tbs oftbei qtly htbo sloes "between him and you, lamented lUll
ain innedrno.al more his open electloneerm ; tpceenea mirajnstjou. f
.K ; In My bumbl* 'opinion, pub j
\ kurt M Theredu lie: men debase Ibemeefreeby penona ex Heletioncerintr
eb. lei .ataintt each Gib....... Tbf d Klposltsrie
I ls) to of public trust should uhvf; ?
iLSLIbt ideoh med to make themaelvea the acavenger of, f$
lt frarsprices a party.' Mr: Bnrge uffercd. himseif tA 1
.. .. Ins beau used b, the party to which be below; ,"f
aiaa pfit 't's ,ed., Verity LB haa faiax reward. :They f
Eons bfwholeft have paid him In kind.' i
III"it Ihave'inkenas' much' ''Interest tath ) Ji
list. Rhode Island election,' a* In tnoe* of 4ny' ,j;
task the pwn State, since the excitement: oil "., **
But .e Hasonie controversy baa had ,MBochfaKfluence
ing t the upon tbeoi.' What the politic?fof i
trimsaaat look the State may te hereafter, or.what Jove l
,\ of early, In Congres will be,' I do rot eoajoctura,, >|
oay very i but I hope they may be such.. to, promotethe n
I cause of sound principles. ,food moral*, f
and the Unioni 1I

r cheap t press.on raid. servant am, with meat .regard,'your friend and 1v" 1
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t alt t a / Q. ADAMI. I

Dent Ptkacr, q. Newport, B. I. ,(i

1r rotepre O/ib./Ire&oiJ1-> National) Utanifeacer -
.aft My*> jk Tf,
ariCo. We would willingly 1 pars avoided pubt
lately. Wkb Ikbijif the letter of JWr, ABAJI*, which,. !

1 heakhhajDoeiHt d.tlare.rwa..r.........._ 14 be then pear in our column to-day t but* U flnda I
was aefed that tie ckaage climate,which kwaw ;:poetbumou... n u se'ed a n rrtl' 11I4U1m; n*.'", witbia ineian t.enty > M.. _,... ..--... .. '110.1M U place in every newspaper andttoreever' 11ortDanounlolerestiDflneldaca
} | 1J the writer, Mr. Keynolds, author of the ae years, continually beaten down and property bvIongingtol, .' .. ( lath*) po-f
etotton rgaired, sight restore ... lie count of the Potomac's crt le,who describe*. were away the obstacles rated against it Ijlrt of the day. h would savor ef alTecta. f
died at Liverpool I-Me way U Madrid. Mr. Class u a man of rare Ulents A ae.qniremenU :by nature or man. Dy a bat enemy are The U. 8, Frigate Cuwtttlalio bearing ,,1 lo*in us to withhold Ii from the reada/f%J
and a thorough raaoCeraf.. the I the governments of Europe) now bpI in the broad pa/maat of Com. DALLM, tub joerat. .0.,1,10' it a place in onr cojurnns
blot Oee ha wfthraw tat the .....,.bipot Latin langtuge. .perpetual anxiety Dues the Prussian bound to the West Indies, got .Lode way we feel called upon to make one,*. } '
r die V., ., Telegraph at WaatuBgto, aM Uatpaper .1 monarchy rouse itself at the echoes of the from ber anchorage at Norfolk, on Saturday ouly one, remark. With the cvmmtvW' "U
L a.w .... / Dr. Eo K. QiWa, Bread cf Premiit.-Weeopy the ColI l I trgnpet la the streets *>f Vleuua for avrrfilng,_ and proceeded down lollamptou Ion*whkb )Jr. Adams I pleased to oocr 4j I'
lowing law report from one of our late Liverpool I doe England watch foe the waving of the Kouda, whence she will tail lu a to Mr Pearce,ou his victory overMrMpf*. Ie
fcrmeriy */Florida. Pr. a. .. a ready wrier, papers, for the remarksbl.elmUa- I tricolor on the LeigbU o/ Picardy ? AU flew day tot ber staUon. The fcllowirg is ,; *_,' we have nothingtony.. InthaBhaia..
v aM .a gel t..plw.f! li.,..-...ot eti.ekWl fit,. in almost every particular nee$ (woof I external 'alana are at an cod, Out every ali of bet otdten s IM exercieed a right ytimwon'te every 3t- 7f
'at be*. WewwhWa. ever***, let we ttua.kW tke case detailed in ,It, to another cue I sovereign Europe U forced to fix his CoJ ml.dor.-Au.JuD..l..u IhLUIL. tzen J and neither on the manner nor tfea-ir
.. -,11. .aft aol vial hi* U petitie ohi which occupied for aotnetiaM a large share I yes on an enemy that lie. within the 'line lIII"4111.-F.ctmund Byrne John L. oc of publM aiUnUon In this city The two I DI hie froiHiersi inhabits his fortifications, Ball, Strphen Johnson, Gorden C. Asbton .... we It to be our province-la. ,'pnlmadvert.
we aN"Jkr 1lm. Is ap... poial*of difference art in the verdict .fc the I and baa but to tread from file chamber C, II. .A. II. Kennedy, Uaorge, Uacbe.flttt . 'Put \a tteniber 0(. tM4
Ou New" Orieaav emepeeMleiK. wkownlee <*>cTM of the defence. The CnglUhUdy I door or to his bedside, to extinguish his "' Surf eo' -Leonard Oab n1e. Vbig party, and amongst the aioeereat- '
had .oe had 1 bundreth M lh. jtwtloVeaUon I be n,.' Oct *Saibmg M4u1n-II.plaael of Ibe ",pone,* of Mr. A....... soa .L
....,.....' WiderMs e14th Octeb.t'St. for her conduct (at least ao far u nea, it.Xfotf.. be waa nDclkJ.t.l r the ChiefM its.
teareajy evyert M to p...h h..caaMaewea'UOCL aDpears by the report) bat w. MtabUah- nran, Sept. TO. ,i/MariM. Jfatbaniel L. Wai- tracy,.we feel 0...link indneaa wltla what
Lit bI*P us a n.p.s5dtI..a.., ...other ed in evldenc by bar sister defendant In BLOODY Dn..A lieutenant lothe Navy, droa. J' party I* spoken of by hint tact ".:
...w-. &W... MM..aa*- w *T", Aperkav yet the English jury gave about 'Nhiteaaccodiogthariter'.n a steamboat, Pcner-Iohn Pe Brce. \ .*, mus) say; fhal whatertr may be tea ISwha.t .
tirftlr''ry tweaty-flve cents damaiesi and the AI I beealD4lln'uhcid In a quarrel with three Atftat 8rrtei-$* auela. Lawra;' la chargeabla wit h eo laiduUy to aijaw:
s. mericao-how much wet 8ur ly not a pejaoae 1 horn Likeness, two ofthea brothers eon 1'.... W. Valfc Yr-h and at his hand*.merit' 'rebaka' ? q CHoasi.

tbouAD4c1oU.u.. [ 1: Cbe,- Mr.) 4 ,.and endeavored to "back our" tied Po.,4 ,.Wshfpwts.z.Wm, Cbiadlu, a.U\CaJJ. > 1...... #
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.RR f I and of the public-Elaborate: or \Vest Florida.Superior .
Stephen J.uRoebe, Admin- Dlftnct o4rator weekly paper entitled the "Tallahassee approbation .Court
Gazette General Advertiser it* column End beautiful pecimenofArtEngwliB Eteambia
GAZETTE. of Jonathan Bunker, Vest for and ,
** -. *.. :}fda IVn4 .1, will b*devoted to Politic, Internal Music etc.-Noticea of the acted Drama County, at July Rules, 1835.
OCTOBER 8*, 1833. Bryan Irvio. -j< far ton Suwmor 1 Improvements general Intelligence and other amusement*-Translations from: John P. C. McMahonAdm Daniel E

Coe OAcarra will be Issued every bat Court-IN ATTACHMENT. comprising the new of the day, both foreign the best new works in other language,j Burch deceased, Complt.. Noah H.

urday Evening*t$3 SO per annum, In ad, i I. hereby given to the.defrnd- and domestic wither civil or political French, German, Italian, Spanish, etc.- Allen. Margarita de La Rua, Executrix
I vance, $4 payable at the end of six montha, NOTICE the Institution of this suit by In accordance to custom, ,'"e shall proceed and an infioitlve variety' of miaceuaneoulreRAilnr of John"do Jeremiah La'Jlue.R.deceased, Joseph "
1 at $5 payable at the eipltation,of UM year attachment returnable to the November in a very brief manner, to lay before relating to passing event,remarkable Bonifar and II. Smith, Dft.

ortbe option of the subscriber.AoviaTiscMCim Term of the Washington Superior Court. the public an nualyi of the plan .on individual, discoveries. and improvement .1N CHANCERY.
t., Inserted at the rate of The defendant and all person interested, which the Gazette will be conducted. in ,Science, ,Art, Mechanic, etc.' THIS dly came tie complainant by his

one dollar for every Iou teen line (or less) are required, to appear and plead to the They will endeavour' steadily to keep In etc.In and.!it appearing to the satisfaction I
of the the Court affidavit filed
by
t for the Arst,-and fifty cent for every con Declaration filed in said case according to view, marks. or the Constitution of announcing the appearance Of that
tlnuoui, subsequent insertion. the statute in such ,case made and provi the the Unite Stairs, by which they hopeto thirteenth fol.m.1 the NEW-\ORK Noah II. Allen one oft Defendants, does ,
the which reside in the Territory of Florida
ded. steer their course aright. Aa moderation MIRROR almost only duty not
ALLEN II. BUSH and firmness will be our motto, we devolves upon its editors is (o tcuder their but In the State of Louisiana, it is therefore .
+ EAGLE &. ANCHOR to theirold ordered that the raid Allen
shall most cordial acknowledgements appear
Atty./or P\ff.( be slow to brand with political heresy
August 12th 183 .-24.-13t.: those politicians who may honestly differin friends for the continuance of their support, on or before the first Monday of November
J1llhI HOTEL. opinion from us.- and to proffer to the numerous ..ubacrabeflwbose Viext and answer the bill of complaint
S lOOltcMnrd.ESCAPED It I.our design fairly to report the parsing names hate been added to their list filed herein, or the seine will be! taken for

1 r THE Subscriber respectfully Informs from the custedy of the Mar- Political news I of the day the politi- during tb ,11pt year, their thanks for thin confessed a.against him and tie matters & ",
friend, and the public in general the night of the 29th day of cal views that we may have occasion to advocate mark of their confidence and approbation. thing therein eonturcd decried according ,)
that he bas opened the above establishment, March last William Hambleton who was will be done dispassionately so far To the former they can only reiterate the I ly. And it la further ordered that a copy of
+; which ha* been enlarged, and thorougly convicted of negro stealing and fined by the as"we are concerned and we hope our assurance eo often'con"eyed., that aa the the foregoing order (e published in the .i

\ repaired and supplied with new bedding Jury the sum of even Hundred Dollar, & freind who may favour. u* with communications Mirror has now succeeded in pieserving) Pcnaacola Gazette 1 once a week, for four
and furniture of every description. The costsofproserution. The Raid William Ham- trill oDsert e the same rule, otherwise their good will through the arduous period months, successively.t .--
{ I well known situation! of thi house Its Immediate bleton is about twenty four years of age, about their publication will not take placer of infancy and its youth so in matutity A Cbpy, '' I
k't proximity to the Bay, render itT five feet seen and a half inches nigh in the observance of this, course, we shall it will endeavor still to deserve the, applause ; Gl }::O. F. BALTZELL Ctt.

.Mual la comfort to, any In the southern fair complexion and light hair little inclined net with strict impartiality.It which its earlier effortuecefed.1'bethe July 11th; 1835-18.-4m
a 'climate to stop when standing and ia very round will be the aim of the publisher to latter they would observe that no expense District of \\ Clot 1' loritla,
Experienced honest servsntabase been shouldered blue eyes and has bold look.- render to their patrons, all the satisfaction shall be spared and no exertion relaxed Superior Court, iicamLiaLowly
procured, and a* the proprietor will devote The said Hambleton escaped without having they are capable of, bearing in mind how to render it at least as attractive' and May 1'trm, 1835. ,

t the whole of his time and attention to the paid his fine. The above reward there. ever the old adage"they that would at- popular .any of its contemporaries., The \\ m.I(. Chase, Cc mplt vs. Cora Ann Slo-
establishment he flatter himself that those fore will be given for the delivery of the raid temrt0 pleat evrybody will please nobo- experienceofpastyear* will give confidenc} comb Ida Ann Slocorob.Cuthbert Harrison
$ W "who may call on him! will have nocause of Willian Hambleton the town&C Martl.n dr' to those who have watched our careers Slccvmb, and Carotlne Augusta 8Io-

4.complaint hjcv '" e na Jackson County district of West Florida though ltd is our design, to pursue a while the volume that will soon close comb heirs at law of Samuel B.Slocomb,
11 *, ..J"I""R." ARMSTRONG. James W. Exum orTHOMAS course untramelled by the shakle ef any will be an earnest of that which is to come, deceased Defta. IN CHANCERY.

$*.Western District of Florida. M. WHITE. political party-in making this avowal, to our more recent friends, so that the reputation day came the Complainant by his
Superior CvurtforJackton Deputy Marshal District W. /'.' we would not be understood a* being indifferent already secured to our publication TillS and It appearln,101be satia

(unty. April lath 1833,-6.-St. to the importance, of correct princi- may be man.tamed and enhanced Action oC the Court, Ly .mdnlt filed that
< Martin Ilardin FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COMPANY 1 o both w'e beg leave to declare that the defendant In this cause reside beyond
plea.They EMBELLIShMENTS
vs.Jame. EAST wish however distinctly to have it in the ORNAMENTAL jurisdiction of this Court and in the

W. Exum and Benjamin Clements, Notice is hereby given that a meeting known, that they a'M ill neither lead the van, of the MIRROR,that the best native painters talent state of Louisiana. Therefore it ia orderedby

W" IN CHANCERY. of the Stockboldei of the East Florida or follow in the train of designing politi has been engaged commissions; from many for the the Court that the said Defendants de
:'. .. ON motion and U*ppearing to the aatiafaetion 'Railroad will be holden at the Intriguers, who are "men of principleIn have received of national ua history appear here on or before the first day of t
!i of the Court, that DenJamlnI offlce of Company, EWIS ol Commer- proportion to their interest" execution of subjects the text term and answer the Bill of the
of
I ;"':'Clement, one of the defendantaforesald: cial wharf, in that ty of Boston, on the Several columns the Gazette,will be ap- and first national merit scenery have been and that secured engravers to render ccmplumant or the IIIme ,will be taken for '
t1r. '4 resides In the State of Tmnesee, 15th of October next 1835, for the purpose propriated Essays of, Moral and Miscel- the illustrations of our numbers. co-festsed and the matters and thing thereis -
It therefore ordered that unless be do appear of organizing sa i Company, by choo- laneouif character, under the head of Read; these. works fitting beautiful have been further ordered that a copy of this orderbe

her ofl or before the third Monday of Isng Directors, and ansacting such other finis for Saturday evening.The However works of may which have_ published in the Pensacola Gazette once
art ornamented
the
March next, and answer the complainant* business a* may come before sold meet- publishers are fully aware of thedif preceding and however loud a week for four month eucceuively.ACory .
Mil the cam will be taken confessed, a- ins.' ficultlea of their undertaking, but :they our pages, -
'pinat him and the matter thereof decreed AM'L;8. LEWIS place great reliance on the public liberality and frequen tha sbeentbe applause which AUet\.EOfr. BALTZELL. C7*.
accordingly and It i*further ordered that JOHN I1ENSAW I and believe that a diligent attention to has greeted their publication, we have no May 16th, 1835.-10.- m.U '
enabled
a copy of,this order be published in the DAVID IIEN8IIAW > CommUsionera.J. iMisinesa, and a zealous effort to serve the alight satisfaction in being to. state extern District of Florida.If .
that those in thing
Pensaoola.Gazette for. three month'aucceaaively B. DANFORTII .I public,' will secure to themselves liberal of the kind preparation ever' known surpass tn the any L'mtedStatet. 'ahtneton Superior Court

STEPHEN WIIITE, J hare of patronage. Mart Term 1835.
No literary periodical publishedIn
1 "r J. It. CAMERON. Sept. Bth, 1833,-28. The City of 1 ullaharaee being located in has attained such Bill for Partition and Injunction.
this an
"J.q'D. ,Yo F C. C. the centre of Florida and surrounded by country ever ,
Mr. Key
absence
McRae .Thomas
.,' DURING my extended circulation as the Mirror, whichis Philip complainant, v*
Oct, 1835.-90.-3m.. : duly authorized agent. All ; many natural advantages, possesses in a of course the best proof of its congeniality White Administator William J. Wat-
A'f, persona Indebted tome are requested to i given apace around its ,centre a larger population national and eon and the heir of Hannah bhackleford.
':lO. Ueward.ilt. of to the taste, an unequivocalapproval
1 1I 1be 1t ( -AWAY from the Sub- make 'immediate payment. than that of any,other portion : of its system and the principle It i.i ordered by the Court that notice be
limit has
RAN R. M. FORDES.Au" the TerritorYt'hbio thesame ,
v near Burnt > of its management.In given :to David Shackleford Richard;
.k llvmj ., ICth 1835.-23. but one weekly newlpa r. i Shatkleford Edward Shacklefoid Leland
I Cora Coneeuh Ala. the volume: FOUR ,
' t County, In addJon to this thOie are many valuable the course of 1
; In the nlfht of the thh inat. a NOTICE. tracts of'Land, whu-h we doubt not SPLENDID QUARTO STEEL EMBELLISHMENTS I.Trip and Sampson Samuels, heir of Hanj -
'. Negro Boy by the name ofC48WELL. will be in should designed oi".1 ,.. rtipfnrrf, that unless tht.ya.em..
,
of Court soon brought Vcullivation
T the next April term County .., TIie cunpnm>* Jm i ffiiu im or before
about 19 of 20 yearn of age, A the price oC the I eat mini inu ** .en ur- upn
present
ofEscembiaCountyIwill preseutm7voucher. Rh igiLte. the first day of our Deeem Term
tittt the be
i 'mather middle size and somewhat yellowish .(L w is in eOU/ltry'iJ1 published together ,
and for fi country be m
complextion. Had od when.,he leA home settlement and accounts of the estate, of apply(.REGORIO a 1---7- angment the population 'of the with numerous WOOD ENGh1AVINGS the same will be taken_pro.confeato.A ..

.a ipotted 'gingham round Wat, a spotted .- J Dl* country. illustrative of cunout' and inter- Copy.
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and
CARO deceased *sk H
Attett J. WITHERS
Clk.
vest and a patrol blue caslnetl p.ntaloooland From he considerations stated above citing scenes -incident and antiquities, ,
A ,
a straw Hat, but will probably, chanprJU .charo MARIA M. CARO. we have therefore no hesitation, in behev with about FIFTY'PIECES of, French June 13th 1835.14.4m.Dtutrietof: ,

*cloth., The said boy,caivyiy rtofenM -1 ./ Adainttralras.J ing that we may with confidence rely for Spanish, German Italian and British MUhlCK West Florida. .
lebool-b tiiaiM !* .,ells end dlc'Aa .l .,27, 1835.-10-tf. the complete success of our undertaking, ,' arranged for the Piano forte, Harp; Superior Court FcambtaCounty

ditllCuly'.vr1t4that 'be will L'T1'ERS o f Administration, Having on the auoport of a generous public Guitar, &c. May Term 1835.
ill the I1. r a falaosp 1 L been obtained by the undersigned ou CONDITION' The same taste which has presided over Wm Mitchell by his next friend Jesse C.
f "ra'lled arlnat me the estate of FRANCISCO EJ1DO desea- The "TaUaha at.'e General Adtertuer1 our MUSICAL SELECTION, will super Allen Complt. v*. Eliza Mitchell widow
,, w.i lookedfe; et OQ led all person are hereby notiked that will be printed: 'pn a super royal sheet, ilL intend thoee hereafter to appear and the and Abraham Mileted Admr. of Andrew

we could Dot tot"w wish -to give four weeks after date I will apply, to the Four dollars pc: annum, payable in advance principle which guide:tnthl* Uepartmen ,, 'W&ebeU-, deee.-- ,.Den..1M- CJfA, Es'
e )1 palDlul teoo11e6, II aDd othee vps- bon. the Judge of Jhe,County Court En- Or on deliver) oCihe first no. four dollars will be, as they have hitherto been, nove- RYrpHIS-
ioi. ;U:" )...b e.made to am.L cambia.County for leave to sell so muchof fifty cents after the expiration of six month ty'and excellence,the beauty of the poetry day came the complainant by his
.I' (mined *o thatIvr the real relate of aid Ejico aa will be or five doliara'at the close of the year. and the melody of the accompan JL counsel and it appearing to the satisfaction .

i ," .;, cr-", ,<.. vV hthe; : Sheriff Jailor to write : BARNARDO PARGAS. term than one and the will notbediscontinu The character of our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE za Mitchell i il not an inhabitant the Territory -
|R PJaediately to Burnt Cora and let me I I Admr uitboutordcrsandallarrearagee is too well known to be of Florida bat reside in the State of

1 dOw oC bit tondnemeof u I may never see : Aug. 13th, 1835.-23.-4t. ale paid up. descanted upon here] H:is sufficient' tu Mississippi. Therefore it ia considered by
I'' U when published in the paper i :Notice Time first number will be issued during slate, that the choicest writer have prom- the Conrt that .the said Defendant appear
*' *' the ensuing summer, or curly in the fall. ised their co-operation.Jn the homedepart here on or before the first day of our next
JOEL )LEE. obtained Let,
undersigned
1 having Communications November Term and the
( THE addressed the publisher ment and that notwithstanding the answer com-
J 'inor:
:Any. lath. 1838.Mansion: I of administration pit the estate
must be post paid. plairiants, bill of complaint filed hereinor
mow expense we hate incurred we. aha
r". Home.n Thomas Wright,deceased said hereby notifies JOHN BALDWIN & Co. continue to appropriate all available falen the same will be taken for be confessed

I .4L'Pensacola: Stage Cfcs, Pl41t1t (A.) all persons to their whom estate and claims ia indebted Tallahassee, April 8th, 1835.: and if possible increase the claim of the, &the matters and thing therein contiinea
to accounts -
IU8 Eetabli1hment 1. now,Ia .Bond present Mirror to public 1 decreed accordingly. And it ia further
"c UOI1 to ueommodate Tramlen is agre&Wy attested for settlement, and all persons Indebted Back Initiates of the JUu* On these ground support we commend our forth ordered that"* copy of this order be published '

,'to heretofore. The Stage Office I make immediate to said estate ,will ,be expected to seumHEpropietorof ; coining tolume to the notice and approbation in the Pensacola Gazette one a week

| V :or$rnYe1lerlom Mobile to Pensacola and BEHJN.payment.D. WRIGHT. T1 Lutell'a Muaecum of of our count men. for four month successively,
if .utew.1'd tCt DOW,kept a{ 'this House. The Foreign Literature, bciencd Art; an Condiliont.-The Mirror la published e-
Admr. 1t/r.ilF. :
f accommodationa will be u extensive aa the 20,1835.-25.-Bt.. ha* de termtned to dispose otbe'remainingsets very Saturday, at the corner Nassau aDd ., BALTZELL. Ctt.
\v comfort of.T favefen may require. Aug. of the back volume at a tery'reduce! Ann-street It is elegantly printed in the ,May 10th, 1835: .-10.-m. 4_

if J. W. L.' SIMMONS-- NOTICE. price,one half only of the original subscrip super-royal quarto form on fine, paper Superior Court at Pentacda.
Ise.b ,jj Blakeiylany. 3d!l83a.-44"'-tf.' TS hereby given' that the Books for reedy lion. He thus offera to Library Companies with brevier, minion, and nonpareil type George Knight Complainant v*..The Heir

t Y .l"1-00JfEW..ARD& JL log subscriptions to the capital stock of Reading Room., and to gentlemen It is embellished, once every three month I at Law of Jose Antonio Miralla deceased
tttl.4. t1 i APJD free the Jail of Monroe the Sou them liCe Insurance and Trustcom- forming collection book, an opportunity with a splendid super-roy at quarto engra- i -defendent CHANCERY.
.L4 .jCowttft Southern District of Florid., pany will be opened at the office Thomas of purchasing twenty large &extremely ring, and every weehwith a popular piece THE defendant in the above entitled
,;s prlaonerbV the Bra*of JAMES S. SL M. Douglas Esq. In the city of St. Augustine, valuable miscellaneous volumes at a price of music, arranged far the pianoforte,ban will take notice that between the
MONDS,who was committed to my custody on the second day of November next at 10 far below their cost or value{ an opportu guitar &c. For each volume a beat iCuJ. hounofaUo-'clock .iu the .morning; and
tltm ..,thre* Indictment found, by the A.'M. and will be left open.from time to nity which must necessarily be of short du. Iy engraved fipe"e tills page (painted aix o'clock in the afternoon, on the 6th,6th,
,grind JWyr of x14 County, on,the severalof lime by ad louroment,until the whole of the raton\ & which cannot occur again. 't'hefollowing by Weir and engraved by Durand ) and a and 7th days of October next, at{the Counting -
murder piracy, and larceny, sock shall be subscribed not exceeding thirty terms will not be deviated from copious index, are furnished. 1'ho term lions of Messrs Marlatigin,. Knight & i
,804 k his escape by mean of false key days., If order* are rtceired"'within the present are rocs DOLLARS per annum payable, mallcatft Co. in the city of Havanna,in the Island of
oa OntMt of th. 14th lnt, He U a native J! LOT. CLARK, year, 1833, beyond which period".the proprietor "t. advance. It forwarded by Cuba, I shall proceed to take the deposi
of n w Hartford, (Conn.) a marineranna R. RAYMOND REID, will not be bound by ,the present the earliest mails to subscribers residing lions of Joee Francisco Serrano,,JoeeMi-,
*been forMveral year in command, THOMAS DOUGLAS. notice. out of the city of New York. Commumcations gael Fernandez and James C. Burnhim tobe

of trading and wrecking at one 4 Goamunonerf.Notice. 1.'Set of twenty complete volume will pott-yaid,.most: be addrcsed to read in evidence at the trial of said cause
stuns commanded the achr. Lydia of Philadelphia. be *supplied in numbers for 3Q,00 cash. thessEditora. No subscriptions receied for when and where they may attend and cross
.lit U about thirty yean of age, 2. Seta of twenty complete volume a lew period than one year examine the laid witnesses if they think
IT* feet five or ilK inches high, has a down ALL persona indebted to the Estate of eatly half.bound In blue or red morocco proper. '

cast pUt look, dark ,sallow complexion COBB deceased are requestedto 0,00 cub Notice. GEORGE KNIGHT,bv hi,* .
bat from dOlt 'confinement .several make immediate payment and those bav 7 he purchaser who order bound sets TilE undersigned Heir: at' Law ofPe-' Solr. T. M. BLOUNT. '
aonth had become some somewhat) pale, lug claim against said estate are requested may have, his or her name printed in gold claim title to May l2.-87. .,, v

haa a remarkable scar on hi* head A aomeear to present,their Accounts properly attested on the bad, without .any ,additional WUarpana oLand'Lying and ,being Territory of Florida.!
-
about his faee He i*wU known 1n for settlement charge th. District of West Florida situated on the Court

New York.when hfa wif'''eonoexioo re- BENJAMIN COED, The Museum contents consist of the Western aide of the Lake of CaaaT Blanea .... Svpfnor Franklin- for
aMe, Administrator best selections from the entire oi called County.
jfgi range ( commonly Bayou Chlco bounded
:-l will give &he above reward If hetaaecund July, 18, 1835-19..-St. British rlodkalitentnrer neYlew.. E.- oa' said.Bayou and fronting the bay of Pen- Peter, dec'd Mitchel and,. trustee Executor, of of the Robert.late Muchd irm of
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n any /all ia UM United Vtata*, or the w.&Ile. Tales Poetry &c. and it 'emphatlcallybeaasertedthatnoperiodical aarola distant therefrom about one Carnacban&Mltd d Compll....Francitco -
aarn reward with all reaaoaabl expense Light Barouche for OM or Jwo horses. anile and a third. The aaklStract above Dalconr Executer ef John Forbes
If dell' verad. toJgey ." at Key'WestTHOMAS A Term. 0 month credit vet publuhed retain It* Inteea" or that described hal been granted to the 'dec'd. Camilla Joanna Daleonr. Catalina
ai r ..uk EASTIN, WM. ILL CHASE.Sept. ; the ,back volume bear the same relative said Pedro Palao by the Spanish Government Sophia John TbeoJors Dal-
Dalconr
U. & MaaukExecutor9 '19th, 1835.-28.-tt value. the Museum. on the 20th of January,1816. The tinlersigned and
Dalcour
eourAugustin
West J.ly s6. 1836. (U-tlJ 'The back act of twenty volumes remainIng therefore claims possession and Theresa Joseph ,heir
Laura
Dank of DleouTchldreu! &
,r ensac0 a. i on band not numerous and brbida all from ,
are are person. trespassing oa Aid
4 Stile, NOTICE hereby given that)fro WABDC rapidly going off. ,Address and*. of said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia his
MOTICZ it hereby given that OA the so- ...is appointed Cashier pro. ADAM WALDIE, SEYERINQ pALAO. wife late Sophia! Forbes daughter<< of John
bea ''J.VeOMMaadsyoOctohernexl wiUaob1io tern pf the Bank of Fen *cola and U fully PMadelpkia. July 23th 183 ..2U.w4t.. Forbes dec'd, and Edmund Depeatr* and
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i ale aU the residue 01 the ef.o authorized to transact all the duties of,that manna his wife late Joanna Forbes the

W4Won . Cooiploo deed consisting one fellow JAMES CATLIN. Of witf rolutnt'oflAi New York Mirro.' Dalcanr being the only childreo and hjer
negro ......:;. '0 a PURSUANT an order heretofore made ,
.i.ha aboni 18 or 19 years old. oaenegrogiri Cod In'. Work I. devoted )o article from the County Court I will of John Forbes dec'd.,Deft.
about |9 or 17 together with house bOld (ur- Warm &. Cold Uutlis, TillS pens of well known and distinguished proceed u> sell |o the highest bidder for -[T appearing &0: the satisfaction of the

altar &e. ia order to matt dtvUiooandtea 1" T the Barber Shop next door bibs writer, upon: every subject that cash th*-following deacribed-Lot or pieceofgroundbelonging Court\hat the defendant reside la the
V. tUatat. ; of aid _II&&. A BankTrfPenaacoU. ... .can: prove interesting to the general reader, to the eetate of Marian "land of Cuba one of the Weat Indie It
I.. RICHD. J. COMPTON r ? including Original Poetry-Tales and E.uysAumorond .=- aaBonifay to with ih*.ae half of Lot num I.therefore ordered that unlea they appear
t'0t f WANTED to purchase, a good 31ULB* r palhetirk-Critical 1 no- ber one hundred and alxty-five, and ,the here or before IhefonrthMondsyi.Februaryneztandane -
.;jStept Ida lW.-Ms-6ai. at this office, ices-Early.and choice selection from adjoining halfofLM number tw6 hundred '' the complainaait bill
a Sept. IVKh, 1835.-88.-tf. the best new publications, ,both American and eight In Ik*, north aide of Intend entia! that the same will be taken for confessed&
or NK CoMtlUf and dave P IlQSP L CJ' S and English-Scientific and Literary Intel- street. 8afot*>.take place at the Court the..matter thereof decreed accordingly sit
rag q'r |aianIfGtii. DUb of lading o*:TBBTaUalattit Ugeace-Copious notices of Foreign Coun-, house door oa Monday the 10th of It further ordered that. Copy of this order *

r+ Deed .&Jort Pe of Oaxittt, pad .Gtntral At- triea, by Correspondent*engaged expresay next: day November be.printed tn some newspaper.printed
lathe Diatrkt amah for rata........
,Justice : nsale ra- Wfrl .;. and exclusively for this Journal-Stricture MARGARITA DE LA RUA. once
riots other kinds oflilatiks undersigned to pubibh In the various In '** J. A.-C.UlliK01"l."
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for: sale atthia officer ". City of. TuUhasae*, Florida, a FlMArta.that are presented for the notice. Oct. ITtl 1935. .1.4&. J.dje D, IVY r.PBNSACOLA
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