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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: November 7, 1835
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r-, THE DEATH oF'so'To him or his posterity, with its rcJunJant suuig fl'flnthe claws fIr the" grixrlv bear, tedhers, and has other mighty works of rv or a civil point of view, the name o
,' A Oy the arbor qf Tht ftrnihtri riches. jf and coriigar, fearfully mixed with the tufts the same character In program ; and all \\ II.U.UI i.'AHROLL: will be closely

{ .'" But wind ore in a banner brijji| (- DoiJo i his pallet: bed was Rxtembled a of human: hair-h is limcamcnt were thai MansachuseUe; needs i i.*, by a work of Identified w ith U. as the hero and the civilian. -

.. : A banter of C *til*- group of men, llio least: renowned of whom covered with the' black; war paint,- very moderate eiienl, not merely to recover \ Eulogy Is unnecessary from n* (
AnJ kt the war Jrumi round m. r"II might well! Im.m\elei royal army to the in one hand ho bore the crlitison ,war the .deoC her own territory but to your merits ana service are loo well known

TK trumpet o'rr m,' peal 11 I bitllofor: a crown. Hut their frames were pipe, and in the other the well known acquire a fair: share a large!: a /growing by your fellow citizens, to require 'it. In

Anti bury raj tl noon of ntylit: ginnt and emaciated, their cheeks furrow emblem of In lift hostility- bundleof share, of the commerce of the boundless compliance with our duty, we tender to
When ipno I I. the sultry gUm- rd with the lines of care and agony, both shafts iMiiiml the skin of the rattle "'cII". you the joint resolution adopted by the

At noorfof Highs, by lor.-luV lijl.lf of tho mind and body ; their eves net with snake. With a noiseless step, ha croiMd I unanimous voice of both Houses or this
In the Mwmi.aippia, Hire-am the scene of hmernes: The dark: cowled the chamber, hft nun,; the del.ldl. )' gift /'urwtVdConrcnlion; t.tc'ttl-We are General Asrirmbly, w high you will be pleased -

'. It VIM the evening of a sultry day, sultry priests had ndminiyteri l the last rites of upon the death bed of DC Soto-ho raised inclined to think tho Tappanist\ Contentionwill I to accept.W.(
almost beyond endurance, althoughthe religion to the d'ln//? warrior, & now watch I tie-rod pips to his lips.-hepuflkd the smoke ie\er take plaeo.'' It U likely from' B. JOHNSON.

season had not advanced beyond the (''I 1, in breathless! niionco, the parting of hi* -and thou, in the wild accents of his nv' present indications to be an, entire failure, I CVn oftht senate Comm. ,

early "spring limo-ihenun, though shrouded 1 !>|)iiii. An I In.lian miielc1oC rare symmetry tits tongue, horl' to the Spaniards the de- for the call itself appears| to hate been '& JOHN 1'. H1CKMAN: .
'a;"' from hum in eyes! by "delllo'iI tiC Hiil IU\'I'lilltIILhuI would hate been flaneftof hii tribe, conrlmlitiff hl.( 'pecrh fraud nSrerounames& portion of the Imlh r-. 'CA'n /// R. Vomm.Sirtt .
moist" mid clammy vapor was pour!'iq deemed exquisite in the brightest hnlls o.fold. with time oft hoard and unforgolteti eaden- duals were forged: to the Invl- ;U if.
down a flood intolcruMa>ls ,he-it upon the .Castile, leaned aver Ins pipw| wipingthe ces of the war lump I ** t\ltlon-\\ any Jorgrd bc-rauMt we lake It I pray you to be assured, thai I feel du- r
pathlcMt rancbrakethe deep b-iyous: void! dew from 'the cunqutror'ii brow, As time doing leader: rnnght the raised that lou-e a nuin's name wiihout his know ly'sensiblc of the honor conferred on me 'ja.

haunt of ittu voracious and unseemly' ahV with her long jetty locks, 'and fanning: tone of the Indian's words", 'his rc had ledge or consent! tonii iiistrnninittlitl; conicti by the resolution of the General Assembly,

-f gator-nml the forest, ttenmingwith execisof olT the myriads of voruoioin hisecu, I lightened, mid his brow contracted into \I him treason to hi. country, is forger communicated through yon a* well a*
vegetation, through which the endless that thronged the tainted air! There was \,.. form t lie know HIP Import of !lullll\orullul'nIM. purposes! whether the by the flattering manner in which you have '

river rolled its dark rurrrnt. On M not a soyin the crowded chamber, save his voice, his lips qulvf'rt'tJhi..che"t hea- l laws oCt he land might or iuijtht( not recognise born plesned to convey It.Through .

steep blurt, projecting into the bosom of the heavy sob like )lircathiups of the dying 'I'd-hl. hands clutched the Ihlt\t' \ asihouuh such an act as corning shin the technical future lifer I cannot fail to remember .

: the waters, at the contlucnccof name man, and the tlc1\"ioui1: l "hilling" ora tall they were grapplinjr to thin lance or description( oC the ollencc. Now that U w ith' the' liveliest gratitude, aa r

t, I less tributary & I he va,-t Mississippi, stood hound, the noblest uf his races which sat npior.; 'Iho wild notes of the war-hoop ihe p'rimfllUo\'c'n in this cull Contention not the least of the kind evidences which je-.j
dwelling of the first white man that cverstood erect, gazing with almost human intelligence rant through his enrs-:and in dnaih: in at I licit for the purpose of forming a state the people of Tcnucsrrc hate given of their, fjconfidence.
: in those bonudless solitudes. Ii was upuit tho pali 1 fi'tttures of his Lord.Suddenly death it rir: tW! rulin! p.tsMioti was 'prevalent AbolitioM Society hate been guilty of gross: *"*

X, a rude and shapeless edifice of logs, hewn alight draught of air wa (per- -manifestly-trrriUy prevalent I Ilc forgery in this sense of the term, is. made Ho ploawod to accept, for yourselves, and
.from the cypresses & cedars of the swamp, 'ceptible, the -ilk*>n tcil frittered inwards" ; I sprung tel his fou<< -his form dilating, palpuble by the voluntary ads of a .large to tender lo I he member of the General
-, which lay out stretched for a thousand-! and a heavy lusilihi pound was audible and his features Hushing with all the energy number of ;pornon whose names are appended As-emtly, individually, my ardent wishes -
folJj of the he shouted for to that call. We' have noticed 'several for a happy and successful terminationof
'., miles around, l Iy hands milled to might of from without. As the huge of life. $t. Jago, ,
base or mcniul, labor ;' yet were there core bannerswayed, in the rising breeze, ascn- Spain !-Solo and I Mttory," and with an disclaimers from those perxons, and the your Ubons and for a safe return to your

.toJS*': I.in marks of comfort, toil even of luxnry, siblo coolness pervaded the heated: chamber impotent i-llbrl to strike' he /ell. flat upon Argus rcceitrd )'t'I'lrr.JoyIIotnlll", contains i icspcctlvefamilies and friends.UM. .
t to be tracelin decorations: ami appliances amt re\chullhe: languid! brow of DC I his face' lit the Get of (ho Indian wh. had a ctimn.im leal ion from no less I CARROLL. .

I oCthat log cabin ;v R tell of sea green Soto, who had lain: for llio last half lout provokiil his d) ing itidlgnutiont I thannineotthem residing Albany,whiC'h To 1\r""l1 W. n. Johnson and J. I' Hick

i m-.j.JkVaI! drawn across! the aperture whichPcrfQrnte.l insuont!lelhary; Ilcavily, & withapain- They lul.. -d l&icn-hutl\ flood of gore had not only declare that their nam?* were man.
the timber i>f the walla ful cjtprcisiou, ho raised! himself upon his gushed from eves mouth, ears-h had placed to that vile document without their a
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; heavy drnpriy of crimson. velvet, decked I elbow. burst some one of llio larger y'S.o4li-atW consent but that they all of them dis- From tho Detroit Journal and Advertiser.

;' with a fringe awl embroidery of !gold was "Moscoso! ," he said, "Mopcoso, drt thou was a'rc'iily! : lifeless! ere he struck the approve of the proceeding I If in Albany DETROIT. .
the tW\.lilll ls if admit near me?-my f''CSWIXlim, Ait will soon ..!'.,,,11.1 I niotie. there are this number of "' .n'voln' for s.nator. A: R"nr"u"IAII"..
mope I up tu ,- as to '
', whatever breath of air might' sweep along! beo\er. Art than, for would speak wild The son had even now sunk.I*low the whose names have been thus unlawfully- stood about j 0-11"-iil-andJorib'c CpnHlltution -

_' .the ch'mud of the rh or. Nor were those them:?" horizon, nnd ere the prrpnrailun for Iii.s I sad II Is quite fail to simpono that a majorityof lid\ -
-.,.all ;-a lofty staff was pitched before the Noble De Solo, I .n( beside thee," he funeral had been completed' it,was already : all the signers hate (lien sluiced in the Canvass: of vote in the. city of Detroit .J

doss, from which drooped, in gorgeous rcp Pied, "gay dui: I heir and mirk thee!. :!!' mid'migttt. Five hundred! torches of the resinous same manner. However we by no means on the filth and Olh of October. j.

folds. iho yellow burner, rich: with the castled I I Give me thy han.l !l' Then, alt he re pine tree flashed with their Crimson :: marvel at this new proof pf Abolition tur- For aorrrnlir--Stennli T. Mason, OT9

s bliionry of t3m this, and beside It" tall ceived, he raised slowly on high, and reflections on the! turbid water us the barks pitude. Men who meditate. murder will For Lieut. OCl"tNlor-CJ"ard ,Mun-- ... .
'.w.lrrlor'alhetJ! from heal to heel in 'continued in clear an unfaltering tones, glided over its ml i face bearing the warrior lianlly boggle forgery, and that these miul- day. 071. .,,.
effort." True home. do: meditate murder not merely o( individuals formtmbtrto C'otllru.-Isaae E.Crary
with men
burriahelarmor, with gilded spur>& belted though evidently an to his! last .,
T brand stalked: to and fro, as! though; ho friend and follower, by this fight hand, that A twin of cowled! priril.i, with pit and : but of whole communities Is quite( OM
'" were on duly some Tented plain. in liui so often fought IK'lIle my own ; by this crucifix, and steaming! censor, floated in too clear for doubt. The Imporlanlmil'ronnt By a register kept at the poll 0 wa/ort--
55 'his OI"nd or upon chivalry and song. At a right hand, I do adjure thee, to observe & the van. miking: the vomited wood to echo Thompson has aetuolly\ avowcu it, if ty of fits rotn polled ,.. thin city, were the "

'9,distance in the rear might be observed ay to obey these my last mandated." the hi!{h notes of the To )Pen in, chanted: In the Commercial Advertiser han not tern rotn oj British unit German tnhjtrtt.

cimp. if by lint tunic might be designated Shall s\near it ?'' cried the jIIll'rn'nr. lioirof the mournful Miscrcreover the mortal -. minUiformedand we have no idea that it ban. Many citizens were'so deeply disgustedthat .
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i a c-infujed as.m'inUl.tsji: i>f huls, suited! rior, whom he atldrc-iwd in a tone and : part of that ill fated warrior. From the indication! ulreardy! alluded they would pot vote.
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,S for the accoinmodation'.nf five hundred u ice rend-'ird thick and husky by the But as the canoe came onward In which to end more that we might! mentionif It seems to be the nettled construction of

., 'men ; horse* were piequctrd around, *pear i, violence of his emtcitcurent.Shall. I sweurit the corpse, was placed-:sealed erect as he I it were necessary WI arc pretty well the Instrument called the Constitution of ..
1 decked with and pvnnoiu-cl, & all ?" had ordered it with the good word in the satisfied that the Cllcl\ Convention will he- Michigan, that them subjects of European

tha bravery of ponnou knightly warfare, were panted "Swear not, Miiscrwot. -Inave oaths to dc.vlhand: the pohl'hcd.helme& glancing ner came together, and If it should do so, stales are to have Up! tame voice in conilK';

I befon. ili" ,duelling: tIC their owneriiisentiiu'is piiltryburgherii: III1llo cringing nIC aI- above the sunken features, and the gay ban- we mistake very much In our estimate of toting the proposed State Government, 4t
in t trloamiri mail, paced their no- /but pledge mo the uiblemished: ", honorof ner of Ca"lih11unllng/ like a mantle from: Ibm spirit of the people uf that phice-if its the representatives in CongreJand I in.directly *
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rnst.jnied round. Uut in. tint: ..11'111.! rneaitipineril H ('.'i'.ill.H nu.tf'-i1IJ! shall I ilio i>ihioaeer1 iVuhouldern! -thepeat'mg flutes pf the trumpet -: seditious pronomtmnsare not all voted down the Senator of the" United States. "

[ there w.is no mirth, no"bustlenmevt ; anal the roll of the battle-dAim!: and upon the pou Itt may be that the people as American.citizens.
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;,! ihe ItAv hum IIf conterao, or 11,1\j 1 -nj iho unblemishoil honor of n Castilliian I thin Si>'inW\ war cry_" St Jago<< fur De So- ul New York will multi themselves la be ,,'h.I wilt the people of the. United States
I hidalgo and the crasSi "t' the. insulted in the very ceulVe of the Stateby the ray to this ,
note of prapir.itii.n.tho :J'JI', J444"'*.,IiLUdc.J: j iMjI.le-as ptlp,]orn MMN Ift an'1 for SI'Aln-2.lIcI
to an1 fro With IWlllfolC.1 )ilIt :M.I ".11 oL tIneall"r ," lied Tim 1:111, f pioiniiH" thi'c iii spirit| & in I vnl'ovlnir:' aqucbusesmight !h Ilc rdjIIlnrl. croiklng-s of n Hootch-vagabond who pro- A very discreditable transaction occurred a;:r
fiery cliargcrit drooped) theirs i truth, iarlt'I l, irid word, and IhnAgtii, to ling the wild beasts, and tho wilder Indian POWM k divide this Union ; but.we doubt U on Tuesday. A drunken man on horse ;

.1 he i ids If) the urunn 1 1. apime| ; 'need'l lii |. clothv bldrlmer! of lip i forest, for Hague around. decidedly. back rode into he City Hall where the poll
"pro'i sack M'.lCi.! -lent unt.iutio-i I" dash aside .the Thfii, by this te.krn," and he drown 'I'h're'a... a deep( patio-a sullen npl.nhandMory was held. Ho wa put under arrest by the
t fw.irrmof teneinotii fio-! ., tint bat! l tSncd, a< < nusMve ring. from his own w titled hand: Api t'rl'll'a"c'xtiIlKuillhrod. The FATALITY ATTKNPINO TUB STKIf. !Mayor III1.f locked up In jail by the Marthai. .
Ji. i' seemed their \"ry life blood: the 'teed it on ohm-linger' of Aloscoso, then, diworiteror chime Mississippi slept beneath ART FAMILY. lJe'Was rescued by John Wilton, the '.... .
upon
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hug blood-Uniin.'H! those dre.id auxiumariesof'panisit I by this token Ait I name then my siiecossor the waters.' I lie hud proved n large (part of BUoriffof Wayne county I and broughtback .
hoot and of and found Few Kings have )bred more In the poll and voted.
; wafu of which n score ort I -tttco, Ills loader of thin Cap- limo cnjtlicnt in !soarcti gold unhappy
cabins tatil'General.tfSpniu-! trumpets nothing so remarkable: as his burial place." than the Hteuartn--and there Is not in history As the transaction 1 II to be judicially
erBittbic1: tin lay: "
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vi) mmmx ,
I of that line been Investigated we make comments.
heraldsmake prorlamlltitJl1l" A moment an example a family ,
lumbering! !1.1: Iwtlw! 'olonec, or drn !;-
II' affer the heel of or two rI.III"'d and the wild llourish of the The rioKton papers puMixh\ an admirable no long unfortunate. -s
ge'lthemaeRrl lilting Dltf.i'wt'
their: matters with .louctih curK and trumpets was heard without, and the sonoroiia jpceeh of !Mr. t:. KvMirrr ut he great The first of that name;King of Scotland Lady copy the follow
.I' III iililuiilos. widely ililFercnt from.thu!( I lieri-o voice of the heralds mu",thug proclamation Il>*f rn Rail Itna-l .Verting recently held who bore the name of James, after having ing good story front the Liverpool Cones

activity of their ii!"ii.tl molioiM. Prstilence they reaped : but there wan no about in Fnneuil Hull. The following extract. from been eighteenyear. a prisoner England ponaeoce of blue ew.ork obtained fa
< and famine were around them, on Ihe thick oflriuinp'h; ; or applause. it: U Miking. wet. whit hU Queen assassinated by his The Lady of whom it treats;has '

and breezeless in the d.ukfaler. !! In -*' Ila, by St. Jao! !1"' cried inn dying "And here perhaps we shall be met by lames no little celebrity: in the literary world of/ "
-and III the faults of,the chief. ''lla by St. Jago. but this must not! 'the general vague object ion, that, it is im- II, his son, was in the twenty late years, and therefore the facts here detailed ;-

the deep forest morass the I U of death were floating t.e'tis ominous and evil Oo forth, then possible, by artificial orb, lo dltertcoin- ninth year of his age, killed In fighting against cannot fail of being interesting. to A'i'i.
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pine lapels and bid them sound again! and merce from Its great fUllu leht inneJ I. .Abstraction Kugland.: merican reader. iI'A
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of the Iuckle tribe, already .
avenger There are two James HI. Imprisoned hi. own Mr. Willis has made American pub.' r
cnsl.ived the iron of let my people fchout for this, their loyal prove nothing, << was by
scattered or by; arm leader.It kinds of natural cbanncl"-one .sort made subjects, and afterwards killed in battle by lie pretty acquainted by came with, H'
f, European man. Oh-liow did they riner"r' was done, and a gleam of triumphant direotly by the hand which ma !le the world, the rebel thai ma avis, the Countess of Blessbgton,
'the clear kin-am of Olin satisfaction shot across his hollow! fea-: the other constructed by man, i n the intelligent James IV : perlohcd' in a battle which he whose naltrtml penchant for Count D'Or-
viney banks of Xerea, for Ih..bree.ty slopes' lurrs. lie spoke again, but it was with exercise of the powers which his fought and (OKI.Marjrtirmrt says pretty well\ known op, both tides of
or the Apiuarrtfs, or the snow fKrd summits natural fora his the AUI Ile. The Countess I. fortunate
fatu! n feeble voice. crcaloa'.b.'Cien him. It Is a* grand daughter, (Queen a
ihose
of their' nacho Sierra*- M make rail or canal Scotland ) was driven-from her tbro'nea woman I She I I. a native of Waterford in
followers of the Demon (:olds Iov! diltheir "lam going.; he said, I am going civilized man to a way '
river in a bark in Scotland, and having lan Ireland, where her father who still sett
whence there j in no return !I. Now'Inark an for a sivage'to descend a ,
the w'atins.palm fugitive
Ho
l it
rpr..It"\! : ni"
up mo. -fry plighted word, I ,command Canoe, 'or lo cross from one fishing place years In prison, was condemned : rives, kept pubfle house,. where carter*, ,- b
a'ld
the linertai your
*, themirulgegroves; the 000.111c .. todie and be- labourers and other* of that quality W 1
.mead of fair Grenada! In vain in vain! you ( battle no further-for the fates arc to another- bye (path through by Knglish judges were ,gtir
used for their dram of
to report morning
thou this of New York no doubt owe muchto bonded.
I\Ilvrrl'p.1{ Conquer nut region-* city
11 -jOf_those gallant hundreds and who from hid their leaped for I hate conquered it, and it is mine, the noble renter that unite her to Albany James VIa t1 First England, her'son, bisky.. Mr. Power.* blessed with &..0d.uhler"
in confi fence hope,
1 of though dying !-Mine it shall be though | but she owes vastly" more to her great died at his palace at Theobalds, not:without one of them I* the fair widow' ,
proud briguntiea, the glowingaorem KloRliitering : ol been the other is Yiscountess Canterbury', The
communication. suspicion having poison
t in steel and \e. dead I March to the coast lit best ye may artificial works Clf internal strong
rida, polwhcd Mohawk, of themselves ed. elder Miss Power, although her farther did
build .such iesels as may bear ye from The Hudson and the
' ry gallant itb Mlk mpon .U..whl. had the main ye and sate this remnant ofmy people unaided by art, 'su far from gathering Charles It his son; sold by the Scots,and keep pot house, had the ad vantage,of apreU1'ood'
of the Appalachians
the will
averse) country of niih Wit\ thou do this-as thou hast pledged in the commerce of far west, wonld not Mnteared' )daie by the. English, lost tics education-that t*. the could
t who had seen! tote gleam Spa scaffold. I read write and do a sum la the arithmetic w
thyself to do it, noble Moscoso T won polize that of one-half region west lie Oo the ,
the block. strewn of *
arms, reflected: from fly all hupeis I will I I" of Albany within the Htata of New'ur 1.mh. bit son, the seventh of his name: -: nuke s gown and pudding, dress ...

r [:Alabama, who had .made with the the bounlless unechotalt ,' Me; then my, me shall ye tury thus I Not How far I is it from the bead water of,4he am) 8ecorid\l la Knglnad, was driven from 'herself or a hare, sing little. play thesaw pl-
ntprariej of Missouri ri )g with lamentation, not with the blare of eastern branch of ibe8u.qaehannahln, Ol- his threeKlHgdoms. and to complete Ms a little, and 'flirt' a great deal I So
.' ? note of the Castilian trumpet, who had the and the strong music of the Sego lake, to the Mohawk? IVrbp fifteen fortunes even the birth ol bill n was con :many accomplishments might wsll make

rS spread the terrors of the -Spanish name of drum trumpet I Ye,shall sheathe me in I*y'mail, I I have stood on the high grounds tented. ; her vain, and the young lady would have
I m"" with Ml its barbarous accompaniment wilduntrud with my helmet on my head !-\Vith my that overlook lUrrisburghjnPenncvlvaiiii, This son attempted to remount the been excessively |( the talent and accomplishments -

havoc slaughter, through sword in, hand, shall ye bury me-and at season of the yeast-Wore the Hudson throne of his ancestor, only to csfle his of her young tlsur (our .
before, by t.et Of civilized man. Of ail! my thecanoes the hand of the dear Couules t) bad not much'
huMreiU but a-WTak & waa with a banner of Castile for my shroud was open, andMeafaft*, the flat' boat, friend to perish by executioiterr very eclipsed
those gallant of undescri- her own. Bat the family.*born under : ,.4'
a in the of the river shall ye bury me I tbebatteaur, |be craft .. .
eat depths
IId tu jeach the f
ted heir ,, With lighted torch and volleyed musketry bed shapes.and unutterableliames, follow And we have seen Prince Charles Edward lucky star a Mr. Home Purvl cam*>
chores of far C."tn.et.Bd... .ad ih v- Jbroad; bosom of the uniting la vain the -virtue of his 'saw and conquere tb. maiden-in '.n bODe ,
had fondly I .. \in the a"lte mid hour of night 1 For a in I not ing each other, on the ,
they 'f'1IIed
otas of John orabl. the handsome '
of a world a frommorning tonight parent.., and the courage King tio .y-rot girl was
'Vide; the exultation, and we health oonque /I a tonquetor-a conqueror Susqnebaiiuab of bicskl bit After* slegeof three the maiden .
m.l.mal.ncf'IItor
and ( with none to brave my arm, orbo bearing the produce of the interior & perform exploits wary. days
/ but in want heavy and
; conqueror
t > %t7 gainsay my bidding Where, whereis New York, to A market la the ChesapeakeBT. and endure misfortune almost .in; surrendered H discretion. Miss Power
'WP- Purvis.' '
became Mr Home The frailly
>!%The arrow of the Savage, and the pit fe| I the man, savage Indian or or civllized-Chriatian tipauiard, who baths The. name hold of southwestern corner credible.If any"thing can Justify those who believe objected, but after time, the ,was "received -
dearly re lleaibeo-
of the plague, or
;V ]Bereer{ arrows it U them condition that henceforward
[ which
:;' that had wreaked already,: ftcd llernan de Soto, and not per!,h- of New York which naturally drained in a fatality, ImpoNiible by on
they
E"- tiw fIt.1'tetehed Injuries native | dearly repaid, ,.** ll"" ra the earth 1 Death is upon me- by the tributaries of the Obio,., I recollect to surmount, U i* this continue (course ofmisfortsne. and for ever, she should give the cut
.. death .I saw a flat ., which bu seemed the direct to her p.pa.net family, as, "shock
T anticipation! the wrongs '** Ute"Lord of earth and heaven I that at New Orleans,
.sit were, by J" I of for (ban three hundred ly vulgar e honorMibe had ..wveoaf
childen, and their children's chil- Tollltui _uhmt| me-bul to mortal, bottomed boat, loaded with shingle family Stuart more
jueir 'wreak, in longperspective ont ooer f.. -..:' asked it* teersman hence be came. He year, children 1 by Mr.,Purvis wbo'"wentdead
,should Even be I oughtto ," one fine summer day, and the widow ,
Peihip
west as pow warder entered the asiwered from Oleah.
dwellers of the ;
:
in that lonely hut, there lay the low doorway, and *U, red. brief message be ashamed to c'ft'MlIt..., at that timeI .. \ '/v NAVIIVIUB' :, OcUS.omer looked so bewitching her weed, that t

the bravest heart, the to Moscoso. .81'ihU.wl.the founds, did not knew where: Olcsn was. .rfound Carroll Mr. Manners Button, then Speaker of the '
t i spirit, the favorite comrades of and dim a* banged the sesntf f p."'goloi to my astonishment, U wa* s settlement If fir, there lie any one thing more than.oot'h.r louse Commons fell In love wiih anti .

it the Joint conqusror ef Peru!1lIern.odo 1- he marked the entrance of UM so.yler, (0d In Cattsraugu Kw York, 01the that i* calculated to make us proudIt duly married her. Last "spring her husband ...

de Sotoi hi* fiery ener- eagerly enquired the purport of w news t Alkgany river,'a btmnJred and seventy or Is, to be-the organ o f the' Committee wa created Ylscooil Canterbury, ftof
ay than the hot fever wearing "A messenger," was the reply, .*. ja. eighty .mile Northeast of Pittsburgh I IBtft. appulnted by both (House of the General course, the cldevant Mum Power becaami""".
a more massive brow disc runner, Jrom the Nitchez. .* bring ibis wanderingoomarrefk ,Assembly, to tender loyoi/ Ihrvugb them Viscountess. .
U* mortal frame, his him subm .ioD-aAJ; irvto coosinfeud of gratitude which Her sister wu sees by Captain
sweat of dea<.hl his | Admit -hs bears &0 nelf, New York bu the .ponl.neou.lrello. younger .
I [with the black brilliantly, ao shall die with triumph in my real artificial work In this respeiI i the people of TenneMee feel toward you Freeman onbe.Nivy, who married her,
the
I had, flashed more and filmy mites ) !! ..W I i. naturally little if any; for your past service to the State, bauble and expended much money and nuWoagiving
{ r wu the perilK-dlm and fearful DOt The Indian entered-a man of stem ''''- .orM New the laid and In the cabinet. Your aervti ,- her, after marriage, the test edit
I art sick-skk hi hope, a.rea and of well ulgh giant stature. Ilia: t.b e York.McNsatbaM... have been long and falthfol and the cation money" and pain could below'lived ,;"" "
billoilo.en '
but for dominion ) like bead aba veo to-the, chivalrous scalp lock, : ets;. wants,. a tast sea generation which are soon to follow', us with hint some J."- amid h 4Mar.
east, fame, gone lit...... i was decked wills tk the plumes or the war .out IJwbli u great i appreciate them U we do. a daughter the wife of ComKJ. % aT.Hb. .
.. 0'.mumA t There be.y, of 'eagle mlngled.wlih the feathers of a gayer of arttocial eohtMr ..: ning.IJ'i' Whenever JTenncisTte: shall be spoken was really' little nor* than sl 'rhildMb

imitbes., m.di.eoverot W b...sword 'hue,-his iaiot.t w>* circled boys necklace ward: wtbe \\e. ae la"tonvtucw ofbr. future hl*.orian \ ekj *r u* Naluta. n she was married to'Captain ,lWs. >
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f young.-She always had a magnificent taste milE undersigned having obtained Let. fflHE undersigned Polish National Com- TilE undersigned having obtained I/et- suffrages for his. past literary efforts.

t for expense, and as her hutiband'a death JL url Adminitration on the estate of JL mittee in the United Stales, propose of Administration on the estate .TEKMrt.: :
' left her a dowerless & unjofntured widow, Hyram Allen deceased, hereby gives notice publishing historicalaccountof Polish of Lewis Willis deceased hereby notifies ail The work will\ be published In weekly

this taste seemed in a fair way of bring Intrudes to all persons having claims against said emigration to these United States: under persons having cairns against said estate, numbers, in stithedcoers, each number:
upour by a want of "the supplier" estate to present them properly attested for the title of "THE POLLS: IN THE UNITED to present them for settlement, am] all indebted containing Ivtnly imperial octuro Jtagtt
Her bfoallt'-and her aIn pllahmen1l-hotb settlement, and all persons Indebted: to said STATIC OF AMERICA," to be to the same to make immediate pay with double columns making too rvluwe;

very considerable-had attracted tome notice estate are required to make immediate payment prefaced by u short statement of the history annually, of more,than WO otaroyagta,
( and a gentleman of fortune, swore, of the late Polish Revolution, and to be elem.GEORGE WILLIS, tachtnlumtt! .and at the expiiation ut C\e.
that as he loved her ton 'well; marry her, CORl\A ALLEN accompanied with authentic vouchers connected Adminiitrator. ry siximmths, subccriters will tie furnish.
he would make himself enviable and her ri,Imr. with the recideme of the Poles in Oct. Blat, 1833.-34.-8w. ed with a handsome title page and table of

1 happy, by advancing her In the cJjjnltyor Nov. 7tli, 1833.-3.1-9t. this. country. Form in 8vo. Subscription contents. '1 he whole amount of matter
his cAe r om(t. The ladv hesitated a little price yi, payable on delivery Only. TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH. furnished In a single year will be equal to
proltably lo eenhanre the value( consent Notice.A The Committee being sensible of tile advantages JLottt fot Sitle more then forfy rvtumti of the coniinon, n-
I f -and then surrendered In due form. Extensive xi.T a meeting of the board of Directors offered to the Poles by a settlement 'I'liE Lake Wimlco, and St. Joseph's zed English duodecimo books, the cost of
of the Bank of Pensacola on the 2d Canl. contracted which will be at least ten time the
lodging were taken for her at the in this favored land the proceeds of ylginpany, having price ofa
bouse of A jeweller In Pall Mallend fitting day of Nov. inst. it was ordered that Noticebe the work after defraying the expense*of publication for the construction 01 a Rail Road from ''ear'. subscription, to the''Ltlncny"
etabliabment-carrlagcl and attendants given for /neeting of the stockholdersof \ still be applied hi aid of the colony llie bay of St. Joseph's to connect with the The paper upon which the Library
placed at her command. In this situation said Bank at the Banking House on the on the Rock Utter state of Illinois. River of Apalucliicolu, t la Lake Wimico will beprinled, will be of the Imca
U the Earl of ,tJl *llnpton: -a young Irish 21st day of December next at o'clock P. MARTIN ROSIENK1EUICZ also for the bombing of wharves and ware- quality fed for boot,'work, und of a size

Peer, with much wealth & little sense-saw M. JAMES CATLIN. FELIX Gll1CZEWbKIlilt. houses, at both ends of the road to be ready admirably ada, ted for binding. As time

and was smitten with her. He made overtures ;t CHARLES KltAl'flSlR.New for the transaction of business, by 1st type will be el.tireIYllcw, and ol a neat appearance -
to her, to take her under protection Cashier.Nov. York, August, 18J5. Dec. next, hate laid off into convenient lots eacl\ volume, wherrbound, will
7ih I83S. 33. 3w.
but the lady fought shy-Thin increased / the new town of St. Jeseph on a beautiful tnrnish n handsome, as well<< as valuable,
hll'PlWlon-.he knew how to pique him Jfy the A'rrmtttnt or the tntIctt To Mechanics. elevated plain, about halt \\ayupthe Buy, and not cumbrous addition to the libraries

and soothe by turns"-and he still thinking Statea.- EMPLOYMENT will be given at the on the ea side, hi the point where the Rail of those who patronize the work.

the wu a married woman, (for she bore pnrniianoe of law, I Anoarw JACKWN, toad will ternunHte. The what I its to be The price of the Library will bcf.redol-
the name of her protector,) endeavored to ,JN Pre'iclent of the U. States of America fourteen Jolnerv, curried out to 17 feet water, and the RailRoad tars per annum, payable in edtance.

.. .. make her elope with him. In the meantime ."rlo hereby declare and make known, that a Ttcn .lllb/fI'el'II, track to extend to the extreme end of A commission of *0 percent will be allowed
the 4v> fold extravagance of the lady public sale will he held at $r. AicrrrliE Three HricUttijcr & I, it, so that vessels can load and discharge I to agents | and any agent or post-
j f and her keeper, bad so much exhausted in the Territory of .Florida on Monduy. Four StoneJJasotis. cargoes along stdethe Cilrl.I rnaterfurnishipgfivesubscribers ana iemittiig -
'//Ifl' the funds of the letter, that be was dished.It the 7th day of March next for the disposalof i I 'I he lots'MI the town of St. Joseph will Jhe amount of subscription, shall
the
now became a matter of serious. thought, the public lands within the limit of the I Application should be made early to be offered /or sale at public auction, on the be entitled to the com mission of tf)per cent.
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oflicer of thu Yard.
I how far the widow should countenance the undermcdtioned,townships in the East Florida commanding 14th of December next. Terms 1-4 cash or a copy of the work for one year.
and New Orleans
at the time of_marry! ng her but! the meridian. publish which notes will be required. at 12. 24. and respecting ,it.may be obtained i byftddlt'lsing
forward
four limes and their
lady was clever) "but once deceived, and ,thisofhce weekly, for accounts 30 months" wild interest from the day ol the publishers, poet paid.
ever more deceiving she went to-the few- Fractional! townships 1. 2, 3, 4, and 5, to p )'mellt. sale. Title bonds will be issued by the fMUE undersigned hereby gives notice
Oct. 24th 18U3 33.: =tC
.eler with whom she lodged, boasted of her (EllIOt of tat. Mary's River, of range 23. ; ,- company to the purchaser, on their com X to Slerc arras and others, that he will

prospects and said, or swore that with his, Townships 1, 2, 3, and 4, and fructionab Notice. plying iih the'uruJS: of ue-nnd! a fec simple hereafter pay no tiebts contracted in his

aid she would be a countess in a month. The township, of range 24. the next term of the honorable the title executed when the lust 'instalment: iiime, except those contracted. by himself .
man of diamond was incredulous. The I Township 1, 2, and 3, of range 2.1. AT court of KsCambia: lobe is puid. S .. or by his express order. .1
lady showed him letters from the Earl, T<:wishii| I I. of range 20. county couniy. ROBERT BEVIRIDGE, Prcst. JOSEI'II BONIFAY. "
held ul the city of Pensiu-ola on thunist
penned in the very fever heat of love. The Fractional township I, 2,.3, and '4, of Moniluy of April next, I shall apply, for the Lake \Vimico and St Joseph C. C. OCL jih, 1833.-33.-it. '
Jeweller then took the affair 27.Fractional. bt. W. FJori /lu.Ucl. I. -
up as a matterof : range dual settlement of the Estate of Thomas Joseph < 1833. Satuiday E>enn business, and agreed to furnish the capital townships 1, 2, and 3, of The following papers \\ ill publish the :: Ui.imond ol
Coini.iyns, deceased, and move to be die a Breaytpin, (> shape, in
for such bold 28.Fractional. above until the 1st December
necessary a enterprise.A range charged. and forward 11.0 centre n Topaz '1 he finder will on re-
n elegant house was taken for her, a splendid townships 1, 2, and 3, of THOMAS COMMY NS. Jr.Executor their accounts to the company's office St. tcmningitrecciteareward of 8 5. Apply .
sideboard of servant wines 29..q."h -
plate, a range Jo"t'ph.
at Mr. Barkley's Store. t
carriage & \. provided.In the bate lint and East the Tallahassee/ Floridian Pensacola
dashing of of me Oct. 19lh, 183531.: Gazette, Sept. 10th, 1835.-28._t( g
a word the net was spread, & in a rir ia't. Euq. Sent. Columbus, tia. Macon Telegraph -
fortnight the bird Was caught. Lord Bless-. That part or township 11, East of Su- r llllE subscriber has remoted to the Milledge\ille' 'RecorderAugusta;

ington harried the widow, and the friendly wannee river, of range 14. JL hrickbtoreadjolning Alet-srs. Jerif- Conltltutionc\1iIlt[ Savannah Georgian Mobile
.
gem dealer had the supply of the nuptial Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 15. son & Foster, where ala orders fur Clothingwill : Register, Montgomery Advertiser, .

jewels, to the tune of some 20,0001. A Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 16. I be punctually attended to. Huntaville/ Democrat, Nashville Recorder,
marriage settlement of four thousand Townships U, 12, and 13,of range 17. D. A. NORTHROP. Advertiser Cinciiiatti, Pittsburg Republican Moots and Shoe '..

l pounds a year was made, provided the I Townshlpifi, and 7. and fractional I town- May 30th, 1835.-12.-3(. tf. O. Union & Dullelln".Chllrlcstoll arrived a prime and extensive as ?
4 Countess wa the aurviver.:' The new mar *hip! ll& 12, (w's Clr!rredmdo's claim,) Courier, Richmond Enquirer, Globe and JUST at the Shoe Store Bank Building ,
"tjed'palr! went on the cont\neht\ ,'and the and township 13, of range 18. ror Sale for Caxh. Intelligencer, anhington, D. C. Americanand ...which will be sold by wholesale and '

,fix .'first fruits" of the tour was a small book of Townships, 6, 7, and 8, and fractional JOSEPH NOKIKGO'S Island in the Republican, Baltimore Sentinel Poul- reli.il on rcsonable terms., Please call and
; rtrtttTlaln Belgium, by the Countess, and a township 9, (north of Arredondo's claim) River, (Township' 1 Northof gonPcnnsyhuman, in I Ihiladclphia, Courier exuunnc.. :"
huge quarto br.the Earl, written for him. fractional township 12,'(1I01I1h of Arredon Ranges 2Q and 3U West) two miles from Enq. Evening Pout, and Jour of Commerce JOS. S. LEVETT.Pot. f

by,his wife I'heyoak the tqur of great do's claim,) and township 13 of range 10. Pensacola Bay and 12 miles from the City New York, Trenton\ N. J. Empo- .*3J 833.: -30.=3t '
part of Europe. The Countess's daughter Townships 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8, fractional of l'cn"lI'clI-Coutainilig! 844 85-100acres rium, Boston I'alrlnt Republican, Salem __H -
husband, Count D'Orsay, who found lownnhip.O, '(porth of ArredondoV will be sold for CHSII. A plot of this Iland Regiterl.New haven Herald Hartford -.Notfc .
10a more attractive" in his fair mother claim) fractional township 12, (south of 11I1 lodged with the Editor of this paper and Tiiuea, Norwalk Cnz. 'I (UK undersigned: having obtained Let-

in-lawt The subsequent "love' pauli Ires" that claim), and township 13. of range 20. can be seen. ten 'J'e tlilnentary, on the estate of ,(
a between her ladyship and '' poor dear Byron Townshjp 1,2,3,4,5, 6, 7, and 8, frac The title i I""*, indisputably good. Notice. Julien Lavalet, dcccasud, hereby notifies
," as she calls him, are pretty well tionaltownship9, (north of Arrrdondo's Persons wishing to pun"base will com ALL persons having demands against the all persons'to whom said estate is indebted ..
known. She keeps tip a handsome establishment claim,) fractional township 12, (south of municate with Win. \\ Watkins of Washington .. of Wm. T. Kilbce decd late of cd fur settlement, and all person. indebted '

In London much .visited by gentlemen Arredondo's claim,) and township.J3, of in the District of Columbia. Walton County, Florida, are requested to to said estate will expected to make immediate -

but by very few ladies. Indeed, I range 21.'Fractional. OcL 3d, 1835.-30.-tf. present them for payment, and those indebted payment.JOSEPH

doubt whether her. own sister, the Countess township 1, townMiips 2, 3, to said estate are desired to make pay BONIFAY.
of Canterbury, speaks tn or visit. her 4, 0, A, 7, and 8, and that part of townships )' of Florida.In ment according to law. Executor.
ladyship. Bitches brief sketch of th? ca- 9, 10, II, and 12, lying east of Arre4on4os the Superior Court for the Dittrictrtf J1ULDAII KILBEE 'I Aug. 29, 1835.-"&-St. .

1 veer of Lady JDlesringion, half sister to claim, and township 13, of W... florid" WinK at a court of Arhnr. Notice.rpHE .
Power, the excellent Irish actor, ,4 range 22. *> chancery Euchre Valley Sept. 17,h 1835.-34. undersigned having obtained Let-
Townshio! 1..2. 3. 4. K. 6., 7... 8., 9.'. 10 Josephine McPherson widow of Wm. Mc CAREY'S LIBRARY 'OF CHOICE* LITEHATUIin. -' JL tern administration oq the estate of
11 12 and 13:of range 2. Plierson and heir at Law of Margaret Ezekiel Cobb deceased notice
hereby
613RY. TowDlhlpJI 1, 2. 3t, S, 6, 7, 8,..9, 10, McPherson and George McPherson. To say that Ihillsa reading a implies n to all persons having claim agam!!t said
Francisco Dalcour Executor of John
FOR.THe rPL\CO.4 Guars 111..12,. and 13 of range 24. desire for instruction and the means to gratify esuie to present them properly allotcd .
Townships 1, 2, 3t.,'5, 0, 7, 8, 6, 10{ Forbes deceased! Camilla Jnanna Dal- the
A REGRET. : that desire. On first point, all are for ft'rtfenieut, and to all persona indebted
i i,12 Catalina Dalcour John The-
and 13, of range 25. cour, Sophia '
agreed the second there is said make immediate
on estate to
They tall me 'I...a fairy Alb, 1 of 20. odors Qalcour Augustin Joseph Dalcour ; diversity to pay
Fractional township range "
.Mi.j", ,_ A lift which of led f I both of opinion and of practise. We have ment.
men xklour t. The sale} will he kept open for two weeks, and Theresa L8111'1Dalcour children of
Who the liNt In strife newspaper, .magazines, reviews, in dime ISAIAH COBB.Administrator. .
were ;
% tlftr and no longer I and the lands reserved by -said Francisco Ualcour and Sophia his
Tb 11r.D&'& toe, tIWt1fU&"d.d.' law for the use of shoots, or lands relieved wife late Sophia Forbes, daughter\ of pamphlets of all sizes, on nearly IIU sub .
ject, w Inch have severally their classes of Sept.: 5th 1835.-20.-8t.
But slash I bow vain Ids thoughtNo ,
let for military tr other purposes, will be excluded of laid Forbes and Edmund Dupais-
pleuaN dwells now on. the 11ft }s. from sale. .- tre and Juanna his wife late Juanna Forbes renders and supporters. And yet, copious I subscriber has received by the late
E'en iflhersdid, ',.. .ft ,.t. ul he.. Given under my hand, at the city of daughter of said John Forbes deceased as are these means of intellectual supply, THE from New York and New
Whore ill U haw and piuDlt,., Washington this thirteenth day of October Celia Mitchell' Defendants. : more are still needed. Inditlon to the re- Orleans, and oifeis for sale low for Cash
viewl or the and
tie to, go to.. .1 bead tb o pot { A.D.., 1835.. appearing to the satisfaction of the day, passing notices of 50 barrels,and 30 half Barrels Superfine
III IMVO ny proud and gallant hip, ANDREW JACKSON. IT court that the defendants above named books, the people, in large number, in all Flour

r ,111 Las. H for that ch.ri.Ud spot Of 1Ae 1'raidptt'I reside without the limits of the Trrriloty Of parts' of our great republic, crave the pose 20 Barrels: Rum
,
Wh..lo.*P' forth- from every lip. ETHAN A. BROWN, Florida and in the Island of Cuba it I is esHion of the books tncnifeltes, and details'/ 20 Boxes Go:hcn Cheese,
YM, jm, my home, III meet the now,' Committioner of the General Land therefore ordered that unless they appear dflyond mere passing allusion, of the progress 15 Firkins GOshen Butter
,
Tllq'soth.d" an4 sow my weary heart j, ". here on er.before the fourth Monday of of disco\ery in art and science. But 10 do Western do ,
t t Tkd.remandthosgbtMhai brow' NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTIOSi: CLAIM March next and answer the Bill of the said though it be easy to ascertain and'express 18 aaketillupcrior Champange,
lit meet thee'neVr- ,'OhtnVtr. ,to J'&rt. ANTS. complainants that the same be taken for their wants, it is nut so easy to gratify 20 Kegs Lard,

V 'JOHfJ.At Persons claiming the rjght of preemption confessed, and the matters thereof decreed IhcnC-Expense; distance, from the emporium Winter strained Sperm and Linseed Oil
of
l &*. Oft. aU. 1035. to any of the aforesaid lauds, are re- accordingly, and it is further- ordered that which literature, engrossing; occupations 90 Kegs White Lead 1st, quality, and a

"* quired to prove the same to the satisfactionof a copy of this order be published in some prevent personal application oreven large assortment of Glass and Crockery,
Notice.; the Register and Receiver tothe the district rut-wages to libraries1 and booksellers
prior newspaper printed in : once a Barrels Green Apples superior
i undersigned, .administrator.. of day of sale. month for six months. are co many causesto keep 800 Bunches Onions.
THE deceased 'will 'General Land A. CAMERON people away from the feast of and
Campbell apply Office., J. the literary LfcOUUE W. BARKLEY.
w ttf the hon County Court at Ibe fir,*t October 13., 1833.L'.recutor's. Judge n: U. /'. ment. hllstheaitn& of coveted the ali Oct. 3d, .18'J5.-.IO-tf.:

'A *... l'IIIat which lUellapplicatlon can be legallybeardforabttalaettlement& Sate* Sept 22d 1835.-29. Library obviate these iliflficuliirn.publishersofthe &

ELIJAH GAYLOR.Adnfr.discharge. NOTICE khereby ,I'f'n that on the H-- Notice. tlll'nableevery Indh'lduaIl a--m i cost- NEWGOODS..
_
Monday of November next I and without any personal effort; to obtain f HE
hunt the )< undersigned is now opening large
order of the
will expose to pulic sale all the residue.'othe f PURSUANT to an for his and that ,
own use of his favoured J. and general assortment of and
35.8tu fancy
Nor: 7th Ecambia
1833 County Court of -
.
enVci belonging tti Estate of Wm.II. friends or family, valuable works, complete other -
For Safe.WILLbe Cornpton dl.'Cd..con lllllno(one nrgro County I will sell at public vendue on on all,the branches of uescful and
"
fellow about 18 or 13 years old;"one pegro the 26th October next popular literature, and that In a form Dry Goods
sold bidder
the
highest
tn at
A half lot of known in ,
certain .
girl ibout 18 or 17 together with hou*? hold'urnlture&e ground weir adapted to the comfort of the reader
w Pensacola wharf, on Saturday the of the of number Of the southern
suited
: in order to make a division plan city pensarola as The every description to
charm
of far it is
variety, as as
.
the21it inat the Pensaeola. cogi.p.tibie )
Schooner better
I *" 325 and in the aforesaid arias ket ,
lying being
and final settlement of said estate. ," ; city with / .
morality and'rood taste will I
the of ,
known. by name Gopher, together Hale lo lake place at the house of John containing forty feet front on the Weeterdlaide be held constantly in view! in conducting Groceries
with all her Also
appurtenances- two -
-
of Florida Blanca one
street
McDavld Walton by
County.KICIID. the fill ,
Library to of.which the
'chain e bleu one eombonse' and other current I
hundred and feet in bounded Great
J. COMPTON. seventy depth
article formerly belonging the Eliza north lot No. I literature of Britain, in all its Boots & Shoes
by the
32r
Ez< Terrgs'eash. I Oct. 24th of John Vilalonga and South jhe other departments: History,
c 1835.-33.-6m. ty by Travels
Novels and Poctrv. Cut-
shall be
fIof- J.,, HUNT A:; Co.JPttWc : half of lot Not ttt5 belonging to Alex- free Q.ueenvwnrc. Hardware
II Jackson !Superior ovrt, ander Comniinal: .'i *L,. ly put under contribution. 1\ ills perchance 'tlery &e. &c.
.1J. Sak. March TerM 1835.' BERN occasional exceptions, il is intended to give All which I Is offered" on"e most moderate -
' I .t( IHG subscribers will offer for sale on Nancy Fountain Complt. vs. Asa Fountain .. entire the.work which shall Deselected for terms *
.L the 15th Dee. next: their Brick Yard Deft Bill In. Chancery of Divorce Sept. 2f'lh, i-l83-29.-: f -4fclJlU". publication. When circumstances authorize .' 1 CAMPBELL

l Bstabliahatenten Black Water Bay, which "mjoTICE Is hereby riven that at said '. the measure recourse will be' bad IIIf Oct 3d. .1835 30.-tf.. _
will' be found to bei complete order for J.TI TermofsaldCourtitappearingthatthe Sato or .llrlli.TilE the literary ctores'of Continental Europe,
S, Brick making,xonsisitng of a tract of land Territory rule wu entered that unless be subscriber wUTseU ire rent, his and translations made, from French, Italian J8r&\! County. tours,
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f of about 263 acre, more or less, 900 H. appear before the 5rst day otthe next Term for the TolITJridge on the or Geiman, as the case may be. S Ai.nl TYrrolStt.
b hard burnt Bricks. Horses, Oxen, and &answer said billthe same will be taken u mouth of the Big Bayou, from the but day I whilst the body of the work w ilk be a re-j 4 k RPERED thai Charles Baron Sa

mulch Cows, with other stock cutlet logs, confessed &e. of January neat, on very moderate let nw, ; or at times a translation of entire vo-I Vjrrouel Patteraoir and John E. Pringle I
A Sheep Wagons Carts,Axea,>Spades, household WESTCOTT. those wishing to trade'can: apply personal Fumes, the cover will exhibit the miscellnenus LM appointed Road Commissioners on the
& Kitchen furniture, with avariety| of Sol for Cooipt I ly u there can be great bargain i-epphed character of a Magazine, and c I West aide of Escambia River, and Joseph
other articles. Sale to commence at 9 0'. Oct IQih. 1835.! -II.-tf. forearljto of sketches of men and things and aces I Forty th, James W. Earnest, Dud John A.

clock.A. H. Term Cash. [ NoUce. WM. A. DEL!. of novelties in literature and/we arts, Simpson on the East'side of Mid Liver.C. .

HUNT Co.. persona are hereby notified that at Sept IQth, 1833.-28.-tf. throughout the civilized WQ A full & .. EVANS Judge.A .
tC"h:: Boats will be In.readiness at the ALL next April tern of the County Not Ice. regular supply of the II k fr Monthly and tees Cavy
Ship J Yard to take blidert across the Bay. I Court of Escambia County I rill- hebdomadal journal Great Britain and M, CRUPPER
Nov Tlh, 1835.-45.-it I IRan to said Court accounts and vouchers present as THE underMgne4 ,gives. notice that at Ireland, in _aeVdiMw to home periodicals May ieJ833.-IO.-4iL[
my of the hon
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FROMthe.w.crlberonthe, t discharge.GEOROE W. BARKLEY.' COMPTON deceased, and move tube die sources and extensive corre.pon- ,X the next term of the boD..the Ceuntr

JL'lauo fellow, named George vtdm.... charged.; of the publishers, are the test, Court Escambia Co'u'ntytie will eppl fora

AVab.lBtonabouithlrtyy of.... 5 feet 10 Inches high, Electron Kept. 5th, 183.-26. ?- i>f the enterprise in which > AI''tleee.led and move to be l.charged .
end apart made, nit upper front teeth lost by the Stockholders of the lU"4\NK Coasting ..udmalilfestsi ** ire DOW about to embark, a s for SANDAL ALLld.Adiu .
$ OwIU be rty"lord.llycrfnJ.him to me, Union Ball Bond company of Florida, Hills of<*"Hnr, the abundance of the materials to give ;

'c.h.,1. : :or" U lodged In any Jail, so that I 1 of will thirteen be held directors at Tallahassee for the on ensuing the first Monday year, orf ;a rc ./ Ul* of it value in the eves of the publkr. As fu U April 291893.-i3-8.L'
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.mays him JOHN B. JUliAN.I In January 183&By ale, Justice Slats b, and vaslllnnila concerned, reaeers Lif'it arrangement 1. hoped have are :-tJm U'JJia 1 at' <0.
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much to bo JvM.lerat. IJ; it Oil, dry, I :If.moui f.t111.Jifer) wholheJ principal- tome p.iiUtulM: uf Mr. situ lli) quiet lake LeloiT} tbaiT. &Le'
tJ N.s3, D. litHky! remorselessly circumstantial C\en I 1". ulltlrr water, and who, when neeewiu'till Uirry'aliut mum,'nts. It will ije tend with )I variety elmimony! of form and colour
Uii\ general tI'l'it'k i while the ilvtui of'I' to rome to the III farc', u!t\l lo !l.I"I' melancholy Interest by all w ho enjoyed 'fioiu Ihe tiiunm.t crag, where you may
fr SA TTURD.\V, NtVEADER 7, l W. I their personal "\prrit'lIrI'4Is really: afll, -ting I like '! fi.!h if etposed{ for any eru1 1 length Id*! acquaintance; of lno.1 le> lo .f't' JOte'. harnebcaring
Word, "orcl/ word," rrptirt that"prince nferatkbrainl i Pro)p;rOut. old iopkoepnr! merchant" I of lime to how, in one of his Coxsi'IATB. or THE UMrco: STATI., ) bird, between two parted rl.udl, returning
,,'hI>I...>e pcciilateJ largely aui well, aI,1: l South .SIM tripiihc teas on the mo st iniiinnteleniH Llverp-Mtl, August Win, 18.13. $ to his native citadel.'be bauty of gently
Sb.kHpear"'l'rukbraillf'd' prince;* indeed all who hate ihme.ii Iii the world' : with bitchy :New-Zealand: squaw, My DKAR SIN.-I have this morning performed sloping| iura k when h. 1 I. enquired of what he I I. reading.- by shrewdneM and: application are for the who had her liead'shated, and the /back I the melancholy duly of communicating iippurelfcd," rf every flower that I looms
J "'ON', word, word*," Oh! for aprl'.enhup- moot part, intolerable. They get villa- part of it painted and tattoed w> like the I'I'f 10 thus Secretary of State, lie pntn- I It a* t'cvancxcent it I I. fresh, 'vivid ft lux
fly of this invaluable eomnxvlity to fill out our nouslvdugn sic.tlan: .1 uitfeeliitjily didaetie f front, (or f.I tee.) that he luster, fur the !soul fill' new of the death t>fj !iij< and hare moreover habit of thru .di''ri"ll'chn) ,,,. Cur
political con'.eiaporarie! their otrcmive: lIut't'et and insulting trndenee walking, back\\niJ or forward etc. etc.' lo hear from n friend -cmc pelt nilis of. await them on the morrow. Hut the on-
tome to u. fall/mug/ wild In&u.Jlo.r.c1, .* i in the face of careless unfortunate, etc. sail thN: lasts unril\ hebereatc."three, LIe lest moments, I take the lilctty t'f relating I changed, Iho. c'crln.th'i cocks, the ruins .
full of fun, anJ feeling: and fury, anJ frt, (wt'l I'.that I U ufTerable.: A, they approach! I aJiertxin the wi'i :," and upward, when he them to )'011. lie Undid brie C'n the I they may tie of a former world, these are
like a knglhenr. alliteration, even If tltcw be nairer and nearet to the grate, too, there l egiiit, to tell it you all over again which lO'.h bust in ii I Mate of great c1l.hllll'hlrh !''I (;,,\1'* nntiqiiiiiea, the emblem of eter-
I 114 i often, among other matters, an. infusion U rather too much of a good using, at wa In some measure ut-crilrd" b,' hill suf' I Iferiiipt nit/)' I The soul Is bowed: down before
no sea .a in it) that really it U a ;plomare to see I of lip deep (K-cl:imn'iou about the nothingnc.'s i,| which period it I U time (o' .hukc 'bun l hy I during (he Vojnge. IJi revival thin, and. it.ur imaifination* are carried
Low rnmforUbly they get on. &1.I'lI"f'f'k I of thin ,,"orllllm"! tin alTa I'd ondrrta- tin! hanl % with: him a cry good evening.Of for a few da) > Inspired the hope that Ihwjwat i! "hack, aye, even ton date before the creation
raise*hut they prove one another to U the greatest luntion of its good i things mixed: up with ill all| lanJsiiHMi. or 'tlwllvis! I on the the case, and tAut charge" of stir and of main
rogues in e !*trnce, while their reader 'conoralc'lrlinrklin! g "t'l(- ntisfuclion, 111 Dull, tins hore," commend me to the scene and skilful I treatment mipht ii-store! i. In such nt)'striou. and romantic region
the .)tare they hat e m.tnaged: to appropriate coinersi.itton: ofa tetcran JIa-! (-(' -one him totifllc'cnlKinngih!' lotitiltrli hn there are m nu atknd oft'and view the tOllt..tith the _ame ortoffecluigt : to themselves! that t. peculiarly tutuseotH. of the past and present-the moot ( ompiinionahlu journey ; the nuxlcrnie rxiuire from Icantile travelicis.: 'itu ey, unhappy: menu!
with which the knowing ones regard It (I.+ en the milling two wet matched pojilUt, whoa foinpl.iitun and )hitter iu>ertne of li-imt in 0111' reuse. True, hi. body may Our Impen, however were of short intent upon traf'kt ; their serious thought
bring the claret at every stroke but a devil/ the "poor broken! bankrupt" Taken as n be weak, dried, shrunk, and taplcs, but duration ; hot soon rcl.ijitrd], and for the eirplojcd I nothing but I'MIhili.\ out
[ poor whole, certainly the conversation and experience I his mind U: Mill given and juvenile his last week ha: tern giaduallyinkirg.. of humor the steepness of the road, and
who takes no part in pofitica, or'in other word, of what honest Hob Roy denoniinatei reminiscences cay, tht''''ful, brisk and Three dJ) .mce lie calmly inftittuei) Ih(' despising a. country with no few greenfield
who Aon no dtiih, mast bo content to fill bit co- \It'\\'erll.: spinners, nnd such like Hp.nklnifj. lie' has Iied IIU much in the ihul he wa-quite aware of. and perfrrllyprepnted I I *, because It makes the article of hay
leans with nacre. iwc.i yet dill as Ryan arhitrurr mechanical' PTSMMH," I it not generally ofovcrpowerinj I fairy region of of fancy fc imagination I, for the' result ; and wished otilv I'In rhllrgralll". Ihcto: ute foist. with
inleresl. On the contrary Hint the tear <>f existence huts. to make a few arriuuge.nit-uts its to hit nf- I nUll klea," and th n\temit to another
arrangement among! 'leticoruprera! and other olJier8 ruloM j JayeMw'raeller< ; retired' had less tflVft upon him, than Upon' fairs hero, lo sit M* inind 'quite nt eaM' s' upo4i, then i I. t'III.'Ilhat it should' be,.
...t li.'., word are nude to .I.n,1 l far idea, a highwaymen, and other gentlemen nut re- mire nn\iiMH and' earthly men. 'J sine evrrx' thing nl homen hell us he ilesirctl. 1lI11, is all for the best ; for, were they aver
neutral rdil.y it, in spite of hlmm-lf cmitiimxlly gnlmly incorporated| ti tilt the fauna work hat placed the inifliiinininle Inmlcn! of 't'his was! very soon cllirtcil; ', and' he \I'lnU1me lo taste of tile! enchanted cup, business
getting into wrape" Witness thediuVutly into of Kocictv., are the most uinniingly reniiniIcent. jraw gently nil hi* hack foibe.iringHltngcthtr ; farewell with the xamccnnpoMiic: Ihnlhe vvouM'bct-l 1 an end, Iho shops unprovided
,,1 which we were,the other brad A They have travelled on the Ity-pmh lo pn!\'rn/e his, mpubilines would hate ili'tie In 'Liking< MI oruiuaryjourney. ,their rmployrm in dccpnir.
daTpreeipitated of !life; and not /by the smooth regular dusty of ""jll>'IIII'Ut. or totally expunge: frinii On the "IU'rI't'chnl till), and II i i. remarked that mountaineer arenot
1 ears, with the Appahchifel Advertiser. By the tttrnpikn and their eoiitcMation H pro his elicit| those secret well-spring of inco that timo. except at shoat, intervnlM.he .im'.tt-iolwcl| and selfish\ If we be.
4: bye, talking of word, what!. right 'lint our trim I Iif. porlionably. realm, hold varied and pirturcitque. li.ippiurKthat are fur 1'\C'r btiMiling in Ilin l lay IntetiMblc cniiivly Irce fioin, |I'liin: lieve that nn equal proportion I I. born among
of the Advertiser, ta prtt Appdaehleoh' with! breasts; of the blooming and l ptmle! "s. or nifTcriny c1'f nnv kinil. lie vrntoitlaj them of dull and cold' rrt''eplions, then wa
Hit mind I I.. exh.iuxlleM. .1I.n'.hllll"O of .. this likewise f'ltete'Ihat owing to their
f An old soldier! for instance rented >aecahly an : limy ,
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only one contentwhich
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i. p. there hors t'md .n.c'I imagination bi ing no powerfully assailed;
by hi.. quiet fireside, shouldering!! past pleasantries: ; "gin: + t
j had been well nigh!; thrust upon! at, aln, hisrnitch," nhowiitij how fields were pn" up" tinge IIII.M""lIl1f ml-t',llancoiixcriiititmuniiiiiilrd I ondnirf in hit pniyr t and l thin morning, thc>' nre changed Into better ,men How .
the rrlMivt merit of St. Joseph' and Ap-.utachi-: and discoursing ttitli the unction of a {'iro- -' jo Hs.ijl-Ihl'alrll'al"ch.it .pt I II ii tlrx'k. 'In' hi-I'III"nl his 'last I, wiihi'iit' many among the inhabitants of our pleannt .-
cola, bt't'.11IfI (% thin 'i."h' bye alai' ) our flU"- (e+sinnalenthiaitet: of the! battle, sieves of (he day." half 'C'lIlur4"'I.uad! lloat- I" utrnnHle ; ...1 arlunllih.! indeed, that IIWMhardly plum, air" found .to be incapable; of
onylaughte'pretty; prl"ltpm'IIIUIhlll) ( ," ing tecoMctioim. oII thins s' mil actor : I percepfililn( "when life 'InrnnKextmrl. 'lonkingon the eauiir, of nature<<, other .
scriber don't pay ui for that sort of thing;i we >w Major D.>1 geltv say*-nt which he has wPause 10,1)) IIIg.+ IlIOlt lining ha\e ("(tome II' nUo thou with filmed eyes. These are
J have Vat o.ieat Appilachicota, n.l" KrH a ono" been prexcnt. it i i" worthwhile listeningto ptK'hryph.il, and n louse name und deeds I have undertaken: that nil prot>er renpecihnllbe mature* of aennation, not of sentiment ) &,
.t St. JocvplM By: but we were goin to ad.l, such chip of hum nilY. If he be a faintly glimnier m Mime dim tiiulition! of paid to hit rrnriins: uiui shall du tequie UDwr( excitement, a conttmpla-" .
how quickly i< the. little quiet room and e\en .1 ling" of a deeper feeling were di.ttirstof..atlltesi'.1. 1 willow sic "..n. lam, mind 'Iron the trammel of the body, and
.. rule of aynfat) that we nhatt alwiyii tiold ounolfready trai,fonncd into a field of fight. The clungoiir not amiss, on such/ a man. lie IN nu inu-.li- my dear slr, with tliegrtnlest rerprct inui 10 gin! )life to their es"'l" nte. Thin /effected
/ to break a 'lance upon the qa..lictn.II to of the trumpet rings through: the air, room cntie ; his uirmory stretches back sincere" nlVcclion. ) our olrdicnl! HTVimt. by mountain vceucry. Ad appealto
'i. whether there should/ W- one or. two p* in thia and the cold, clear, crawl/, bayonet, fl.isti far 'beyond the ulrvmly 1I.'l1! lili.iirn of a UtAM. It. Ot.UKN.Kl'MMOM : the patnion, by aid of the imagination
word. We throw dawn our glove to chant atjtl' glisten! In ihcmin, 84 he and hill M>mradcg Cooke, or the now utmost lI"'uI"'I y grcut- I I. the careofelfishness. De.ldea. a mao,
any stand breathless, tioncM) on the liens of n Suldon.t.Vbal rouiiilrnt HallPr- n. IxflMIA:' Oct. 3. daring about him in thi* solitary world,
jean of the single! p. /green hillside, with Ktmoine eyes, com ing fuisi npnearnneeti"\ I lie been pre''- Immigration In the hI' ''111.-\\ e have! rn whcic his way i II trackless, and his eyes
Somebody has Raid tint word are thro;*, pic> sod<< lip, and distended! nostril s to receive enl al, what "I"IIIlfAAd "-fll\\rlllll"! He often mentioned thin' rtilgecl, that we would, : unblciMtHl by Ibo night of a fellow being,
.nd truly If they be- mot thins*, they ares the charge of the enemy's cavalry, can discourse to you of tin favourite ol look on in silence now, if it did not ulnicst' t'eft-". to think only of himself, and become '
.. 'al..1| them. For instance that comei sweeping toward them. It i i. your Ptilin-'n' lathers, and detail( tee>> you the eacrcdbelief. .n..!" more,.."ma)' find roan kindly inward his kind. At such
ry nearly to a an awful moment ; the old man paused. & jests cud aiiecdoteN" of a tuva-rd age. room, perhaps, in Ibe' wide and' "far a lime bin bitterest enemy. regarded with
broken head i it. a thing which bean the same port in fancy you hear the hollow tramp of their And) !. gi/oil juvenile, .hoiilih-t thou x<'lii>cr'eanoeraHional Weft ;" hut wheieupon earth do they' nil 'lov e forevrn he w er arc uhuman from. We
fir rerMloti to harsh word, that a man bran to hoofs! ns they come thundering onward. d illrl C'lwlI'y in tlieiaalmicnt* come from It would NCtm that Ihe whole ran love nobody in a crowd, because ebTZ"
bi*own fnthrr while soft word Ire a thin twhkh. Then he narrate the f
-the clatb'of b.iyonet and 1I;irjre-the Hitch an one, piiitKC do] not let tin inordinate II er<' ,ptHirini in slain-4 u* numcrmH nn iled by the majestic works of the Creator
< ha*, ever ainee the day of, Solomon, "been knownto hoarse!, savage roar of the cannon and oil hove of truth tempt tiny to put the old i the northern horde that overwhelmed an weCMimot but be affecliojiate towards all
,I, pa teu the inestimable quality of "turaiag the death entering turmoil terror und confusion man rij-lil. OfallimpcriincnccH, reminding I ,hint Home. I.Vitamly, ihfgrrnl tlion.ngh- mankind. I could not hear of a single
away wrath." What miwhief words 'hare done, that ensue when men'n caged pns- a gentleman of formerly \prcnced o- I fare: whie h'is now coiiKtriicting, throuuliI cold prrmediatcd, treacherous crime ha ving'bwu -
h !I. "beyond the power of imn !in.tinn no estimate. pious are let I loose and er ronuis un- pinionv. m >inci matleri of taste, IN the I this place It writ denominnled the National committed in that whOle cornrou*
blood mo.sl onubli and uncalled fur. Th Koad it lni.hl be nppM'pri-.tcy| nil .
headed in his career of : and as you nn! ei w ; ; y '
It I U with them iomewiat an it i"-aid to be with! 'look at the crippled narrator of all this-old things 'or\' ,,'ith the inf lust hoists, lot Let a father bring his son hither, while''
Clur",,'",.., infirm, mutilated, "curtailed of wan'* fair speaker. And even an anecdote or story w e have aamplet most of them upon it. he Is jet young, before his pure nature la .
i a "The evil that men dr live after them, proportions ;" a were piece of patch work things which t.uCI1ore of the tangibility A'genllennntof' thin place biforin ut lh,,' adulterated by hula passion, ,or rather by
The good in oft interred "i'llh.l! Mil'..." made up for the great part of cork, or common about them-will now and then! well, he counted in one tiny this week .;.r'y-three i the", grosser passions the world. Here
We. have knnnrn a to I utterly mined timber-it require sonic exercise of and shoot, and bud, and hlogxom in the moving wagon crox.iiiR Ute fold I brlowtown. will the intellect be nourished ln.to strength,
man byn the imaginative faculty to bring it hometo motth of u man decently imagmam e : they The overage number' would probably and the tfcart ba touched to kindliness .
t injndirinn* aim of the word Vt'f'/' and the yon that this is tin creature who \line will be heightened1 or softened | a little be two-third of that Sometimes let him be left solitary wild
boP':*orlnn.: a lovely.woman hiIY.faTlm virtimi \been an actor in these things; that this 'Is more light here, and M,little micro phiulc pot, where no habitation no tract of man 'I
toes untimely n..." tho veritable man who has mood ankle deep there, according to the whim or humour of IVom the I'artuur Munti" l lessen, a* i if the world were youug aa him
.We bail written thu far, ....11.1'' friend Mr. in blood-who has iJamJx.'red up the slippery the moment. It i ill only I your moHt prowi- Mvartr, a coniinon-plare fellow, "n'l m) .'elf,'and that a region'where mortal foot
trench, mounted the("rumbljllt'r..ofh/ ick of men that tell story exactly twice friend, an exceedingly clever one-who had never before trod., There ha will meo*
Sinjtesijht: to whom we have Wen! nden ender oMtilkeJat midnight MA the stealthy panther alike. ''therefore f'lrprinwi the old play had 'this foresight to carry w ith' him pens A hate' on b"llf'ln't'n' wisdom far beyond .
obligation, for helping us out nt a dead pinch, through the forest, to rpiing npontha :orr'* enthusiasm by a gIUlC\IIOUIII"fI olcorrrctnexn paper, and the wilful indnolry lo kicp ajOllrnaor Iris year*. Tba feeliuf of childhood are
rem In to our".lier. On reading the foregoing/ unwary enemy. Ax you look nt him. ; or, Ifhollllrt incurably af- nllhe PI"lid all 'he felt-have withoutalloy' | they an neither mistrusted,
be declared this to I he the.most eredUabte: articlethnt you cannot help coinciding with the pnal- flirted with nch nn unseemly tirtuc, Icaie Ices hunlinc and fishing for II'.a lust month fonfudcJ, nor analysed, and maintain aa
mist, I"t"al1l1t'ih in rasa," AS it were. plays mind player' and' such like gear, and among ihe grand and! U-nuiiful mountains rest a sway as they are freely weJcomed.fl .
bat gared the new aerie of the PennarolaCiictte. The conversation <,( an old' sailor, is gothy way and study' the ntatht'ntalicka, on the Hucondoga. I have returned with .l nothing hem j they are sacred 1
But it will not do to lie always wine some thing better utill. It h! more dixc-u'r- and read Iho work of Air*. Hannah More.Yonti my heart open to ua" re'R ire relf; iiui, & 1 would have them wrought upon all Ilo
I shall of her woia* for ex cr more pain that they endure ( i
and we therefore>promise" min renew the aubjeel IIi 1'0 and hetcrogeneoB, embracing all sorts speak may '
n1 ? WiUHnf-lhr Wall-ttrrrt LnnitDuck. with feeling it* well a* language. Never aneatlyacquaintance with
hereafter and to it in .1 less didaetie train.Mernra. of disconnected >jecu. lie begin*a alo- Thp-fcortbat .
ptirttm ( ry about Archangel, Lapland witcliea, end .-Thin )ouihful genius! w UK caught did I posers such activity of Ihouylit, tievcr such sri'iien'may divert the itrlnd from ln-
Smith and tlanon1i been elected 'l'heNorth Cape, which somehow or other on Monday evening, in i) few hour after wax I *Hciirihlc of my Ix-ing, *o much, d""lriQul habit Is ''founded In err, Ili
.{y to tha Ieji.l.-tive Coanril, from St. Johns' puts him in mind of something he either he hud peril('orated hill fraud up>n &Ie*"r*. myself, if I may dare UH the cxpresdion, i is qorf likely to produce a'contrary ef
said,*aaw or did when the Ship lay in the LyiM-h' & \\ Mow, & on Turvd ty forenoon I an: when wandering among the ruuriwU.llie youthful and :'warmimaginatioamust
County, and Mr. John Warren from Dua bay of Bengal', or off Buenos A) res. He KM quietly' rrinwiiig himself in the fir tree, the' dark forest, the steep anti havmomcthlngtobnild upon i the t-
County. will commence yarn' endless c'emlngl easy chair ofiusticr \\ ynian and occasionally rugged puthway, wbiehare to hss ru>und, fer course 1* lo content It at once with reallite -
1V. take pteamioe. In Mafing! that H. O. Rams .. the polar night about seine whaling ispedillonin in thalofJiMKe I \II" buck ,cfliee of the police rflnlilifh- .
ct.nt.lnatto.j.r the "rrftoi< of thick-ribbed tee, are) ]
Ex I I. elected in Walton'
sey, ], and leave off in the middle (if his clerics mcnt, whrretlie pretty girls who ouval tile No one feds a kcrncr enjoyment Hiaq\ .I rr salisfeata, sod Iherefefa always untheprinir. : '
J. L. MeKinnon. have tirginning, t middle or an end) cx:mfflcd ; for il "rp"Hr-: that Justice Hop- do in* rich and J,i..atiUfu| country fll cornfield 111 Idle.vlalmurujs, who daligblful -.:
a The V. S. Supo'rio.nd District' Oart commenced to detail lo you what be mflcret) from son hall the a ante lucid to himself for tae' *, wood,. Mf'lIdo"'I. tend gentle river, Ilpoulbitlt and"daily weave
' i iU woiion on Monday laxt" We had the ti teat and yBlow-fe'v'er at biers present, hi*twoaiisocuitc.having gone into where evrry tree and every bltuJe of 4rH" iheff roha "morrw,"ub found!
Leone,In 17.-Ilena* eat hisCTitwtmadin Ihecuuntry to we the tree change their alijiiu it* luxuriant growth firal to be for the n l.lr..more h of apeatupp ,
., toped to be able to prepare, for th'a: weeks Oa- ner in the orange groves of Ceylon, and hue*. : among bleak. and! barren motmtnln 1., "all ., mouDtafhaer.
It'lte.n abstract. of th*charge of his honor Judge!< smoked bis Jlpe'hhln a trifle of both the Wading! in a wry youthful looking main, tho world to nothing to me a greater never curwM'v'hh these distracting His.
Cameron, to the Grand J,,,. TVe think we pole.*. In foal be has been in all part and and yet be f JI shrewd nr>d old' in the head. pleasure. Theietuy feet are never cnrv, dons, Is rcmarjiable/or ener,and perse-1
i in A the, corner of the world, Kut'can tell )'olllUlt: There is nothing of UifYterhimple about jny knlll*ark never heavy llf ouit foe reronre i bat not for these for though'
it neit. >
promise our J goon part c
tray him. Wilding' career 111 droll. Ills father I have travelled .in *
about them, except bow he got capital charge related to the nnaettled state tt the rubrIC brandy at such pout, curious tobacco at and hintwif are tnglUhinrn. It isuppocd Influence of there gigantic wenc. WIth| In the union, I have with more ]
nind at the south, produced' the effort o{ another, orhow, when the ship lay two they Tunic ewer here recently; stack a man an I'plr would toJ but a tedious of slngla-heHad hospitality that 1 receivedat
'. northern nhplilioniaU to stir up disaffection a. tide at a third, befell in love' with and from Manchester or '"liirmincham.. The waste of word*;-let him: pit with a ballad the blb of ihe good people 6f I ladley I i
married hardJOGme It\\. bad elder tiding lia" r>ccn living in Carminestreet of in arLoui & v
Bioni th. staves and te the lawless. spirit which would hate a r old I his ow n .h) suing,' a garden.. VPritfitulle
she only understood English enough: la unite a respectable gerllemanof go vleeii. A. A.
fca. mtnifi-feled. iUrlfin mob, 4.popai1iT outbreak have known w hat he anted to be at ; how leidiirc. He did not appear to have any I K i III in vain for those w ho are unacquainted .
in,.. he laid out all bps prize-money; present business-no daughter to kin*'his. old tearaway I with mountain jcenery lo doubt it* Ins; Bnintn.-The new .Ielm
for her, which he good hur nirni red ly accepted -no wifetoainooth hi. winter year: *. flueiice. 1 have been old that! magnitude' bat I <)nand .been 8 web on & U.
a DIED-In thin city, on the 7d, innt. ELI in dumb dhow, and how he had lived \ OUIII Wilding wentintiiVXall sire ,'t 0- i I..* nothing beauty every thing. 'I Isis. i 1s ceo Portland and 0 *ton---leavingeacJi
, COUCH, a native. of Piuburg (Pa.) and fur- single for her sake, and never truly lowed bout three month uga lie first begun hU jiol my creed ; beiddt, may tLi-y not place' 3 lme a week, and in motion ever
Bierly aold'.erin; M.j. P. Wajerficoinfany, 4th any other woman wince, some score of operation by buying and e>Ufrlg small meet toghctbt-r 'lOne of there ini<,telie- night, any interruption ..whatevaf.Tlie .
VoUeva and MoHey/ exceptedThen there quantities sUTk", and exflMilnij large vcr: (brut he w UI UH long be so) once said ntiqiber lafantiy. are his sea-fight 5.but these lie details with lollx of money lie began bias vpfcutntion to me_fcfcjow sue 'mountain tif any r a'tr.t nightly, 225-making a total
ODD HUMAMT1KS.IT a great deal' more coolness and iume froid with about (stHXKl. It ii. not known how height you |,lene, and \tJllmailnc It lea H an ainrrenle receipt at 1
WILUa. CwX.J Ihaa the soldier, and with an air of rareleu he procured this money, but he dad .it. liealso lime higher; then what bt' cat(>1 nf your each psiftcncer or8,4 Allow In* $
...> > OUMCBS: alLORS; rLAY-OOCRS, CTC.ITI : magnanimity, a* if they were matters exhibited great judgement and apparent liilraofabilir This i 1. a mjrtakc. 'Allowing I the average expense, the net
ts1 wholesome sight to- look open a of neccMary oerurrcnce. He allude lotb *"IIC'U1In his" flock operation Previous that he covbl 110 far .tr tch his ;imaginalion profit 1 Iota&'LIW3. '
ttbeerft1ltt.emin j thai i., qne whose spirits Ion of a limb or two, M rather unl rk- lohe repent rise of the Molaw k.he l'jeentialrbinj the object would ie utterly' Hian .- .
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have not snNnk &, withered with bw w- y cireumitance, but as of no very great .nttnto a bruker' oflc! *- I have I gird: He may spread his cmnrai' larger, PORT 0" '
news, but w lib V. still enough of mental consequence i they were useful enough, ; ," said M'lldin;-M this Mohawk but how u he to flit tip the j flexure ? As PEN3JCOL, : >
vitality left to $njSjhe little pleasantries of he admits,. while he bad them, but w hen .tock-lInd I think it with jo up-I mean I it relt might it la: uldSbo jne the moat
life, to enter into tlK pings and ympa- they peat away, he managed' M lie bad lo take slice' of it." He accordingly gave. brantiful tree, and I will masks II poor-by ttr. or. D.eon Alexandria.. Ordi
tbizewitb! the fulhe f he your,;, and, wXerrwiitraltoVetp him, to do to>rahle his bivkcr,order lo that effect. unaglning! a flower far mora bcautffel. The I'b.sad Cargo for MoWe. -
senile rnongh to refrain tevn pirp .well without them. 1 rria 1* his ordinarychat Ily hi* were operation it is believed he'' flower, then, ranuot tae a rose, Buts i II '
administering that tins oats ti Ofnctlut rnedt- j" but when he beln.lo get his grog has lost hi* original capital of fcGOOU, together maf oitnde nothing Had the colotfal Supper I' Irl'Auro.., Allen,. N. Orleans Dalhut
drug In every mil _gadvisee. on ward hII'OD\'Nllon ", itnJfcstlJ> improve with ponce guiruthe AI O>OJI llsrleui vfitiidiaa ttcn ditnlnliticil to,a rig- Kepcr.Ueapi '
: i lesi. .
it 1. a wholesome sight toat ; ; it become rich and racy in die and other *U> b. ,. m)"'. stature", vouU it have been concur.]
!: inasmuch a. it shows that flSIII>!! extrewve' exaggerative faculties ..welltlpan' When W.Miu'M. apprehended he .p- ed one vf Ihe ut.drrt of the world ? f usp- : fhr. Orle.De Seaman Appalaehlcoli
. ofbeart and soul ii not the Ineiiuble cost and his narrationsevince pr.aud I terribly attlu leJ() Jest,his father shouldlimphc pose you bud 'a model of Aitor'* Hotel, Ilerblfi by Jtnt. Fo
of added year, and bolds out the. that U-liH his. deed*--, sequence 'nt contempt, for probahiWty, suspert compleUi U aft its tiurtis, but small cnot'tf
proapoct that we wraelvea, ; my r'ber-dun' suspect my father I he ltl Shingles by U. KeUr.Kh .
not ttngratifying ow Mr*. Opie Into bystericks.The lie In the palm ol j" ir bend, Vi w'Mild "
to the Pffp'? dera- wtnd of filial gratitude almost.worked r. Magellan, N. O. 47f
may form an eweptkm vra birder thin eve) wind expression TOO compare it to ill massive protLljrpa Mly.
>,quelulou.lttDllity. ,lt the feeling of the-officer. .. 1' fret Lumber by J,< I '
dull on
tine III'". or or 1 than ever I hp The model; indeed, may exhibit the same Bohr.'Oscar'Bacon .
le pleasant to bears gay, K"U 7"W" blewthe..W. and wondrous II appears that Wilding, on ,ring. up architectural skit! but it will wanl rnjMfyt Mal .
discoursing of the day-uOh !cousin in wildness the money to Mr. Lvnich, wanted;<< 10 know aryl en-mot br, like the stupendous : Bchr. CUmrnor lol,, Mobil!
when was Jouna1" and not without a sod wander, in fate 'o the sale- whether he would m .A. lIaYo\lr of mild morality I for who San listeD crease of the grog. A be takes you his father gu OOt) ur $f kU) )Ir, .Lynch same manner do these mighty **,}* of nr r .
10' weak shrunk, uple attennaGott. re- oa shore, in wane Cat "J ddes |smiled at thecoidncMOfthe request, but lure peak aloud ofcmniCteie. Ncrif [ ,1..0.Ilo ton.
conDtlnl the mad pranks ot b" youth, or table with the meat lananav c* and I did nut manifest aay sympion compliance, one mountain' bright alone, but where ,_Criterion...leaae,
the lusty (eats or his manhood with.tut leel.inJ with all the dignity and ainrphchyZtanecdote .h I It I. "ouhlful whether say thug will bodone they Meach on other throng," together T I Lc.le wm'.n.
reDtl1lmpr ..itb lbe rraillJ or" I ebmO. of person and thing foal with hire-tke ac* bring simply considered with their grand .nccompanhnctit>> *, which &Aw' o
strength off 00...." .nd the unsnbi to say tbeJeait, extraordinary.begin lie as an affair/ CI f debt and nothing affect! the mind *o intaunyi the earful I good atcojfiadatloor "
i .tantisity ,or youthful ae" and vigourwithta a story with some homely pbrate, prrcipice, the ovethan log rod, now dimly tothemseterpuboardii Lumber1'eq.atolaor 'I
\ beta, that eels at Kit would newer inch M M o* U every thing" and Jhen goon [."': V; Jmrual cSnmereej seen wuuiug, taponri,; 01 hid ; t U.
\\ \ But ia geaeral (the-r.A to auu hour, when ha lay lit tha. Golf' I den for a, while Wfaind roijic' aw oping:, t1Al. 4 n\ .
Ufa rWbV&T erU *-M people DOt !pt Calitontu, tae beeane arqaaiaied jrnh wt" letter fromMr.. Odml, I'1""h.lbe roar of many>> %..k-n>. runes..., N.w! 7lh, JW-z I" ,
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,.' AJii.mi' 1 nittii'il o- vvetkly ppcritntiiltJ! the ''Tallahassee!' viil Approbation of the LJic-El tb orjtVtftt FloiIiTa.

--P1f"S.tCOlA (J bunkcrt ( Well nor Gazette cud General Adrritfser'tU column I and beauti'fulVpeclmens of Art, I I ''/>mV>r Court Etcatnbin :
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3NQVEMUER : ir/.n.\ laah. Mil bedcrotmJ.to Politicslutern+d Mucic, err.-Noticerof the acted I I ,' at July lades, 1835, .
.. finglan flu- Improvements, and general iiueUiger.ee, and other amusements-Translations l\j.bl"Atiin.n Dnniel E:
The OA ETTB w ill To i ,''A D7'ACii.lJI.ti'7' Cgnlptlling the new of the day, both foreign the best new work in other II, If irpft. vs Noah |III| f

t, tirdny Evening, nt $3 50: 1 l by given feather defend and ilcmmtic! wittier civil or politiC) French, German, Italian, Spanish : I de l>a la NX ):M''Iltlx: t I'I
vance, 91 payable; ilea instiiutioi i f lilt I tint by In actorrnhcp(' 10 f'UIII"m1 e shall pmt end an infinitive variety of mll! La Run, dlI'4111Ot1l, Joseph

h at $3 payable at the to lltp Noumher; ('d in a trey hi)kf manner, to lay rerun reading r lilting to posting eentsl, Jeremiah R. Ii. Msntli! bit.
ortheoptlon of the s\ \ **. Superior i'ourt. he Public un atiuaUen of the plan on able individual, discoveries! and l : \'.

AnvrttTfeMOr: ln' | all! Itlll! | ir 'oii4 intin..ird, 'wtjifh Ih3: <:'azeit\ :; will: l hc conducud. I went in Science, Art, Mechanics, the comph;,inunt by his .',
nne dollar for every ) ; bi[,rnr and plead tn-the '1'hey endeavour: steadily to keep In etc. I I and it appearing tortes lIlil-! -
for the firnl ftl\:\ filly In mil cure, uuord'ng' tnI s licw. the InnJm Irks or( the Constitution ofIhe In announcing" arpcnmnee Court l,y nfl.davit lied, that ,

tinnom snbitequpiit ln-,( I ensue IIIIK.T end \irv\\-\ tale l'lIlrll1nhl: b> winch they hope ittitnth I'olame cftlie NJo\\-\; i: one of the fer.dl'IIIS, deer

!, : lu steer their course orient. As niodera- MIItROH, almost the only duty \ the 'huller)'. r.t| liomia!
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: ALIEN n. Dl'SIJ, ion and firmness will be our motto, vc! devolve upon its editors, is to tender I of Louisiana, it is theie.: I wt

.Mty. for P(1Jf. "ha\l1.le\ slow to brand ith loliliC'nl1acrc)', meet cordial ac' .ledgtments to : that tie mid Alii n flll'Cllr| ,
.. ,-21-13t.: how politicians who may: honeMly diner friends for the continuance of their f rat lj Moi' .day of Novem
(' '. :-- --- ill opinion frt:m u".- and to proffer to the numerous ", I I ,,\ llie hill of ton.plaint

r/1Hf; Subscriber "' Aecu-tidy of the Mar It wmir design fairly: to report the parsing -I, \vlioj-c names: have been added to tit: tint will be 'ihktn) far

hi* friend, and the night of the! 2.lh of !! Polit.cal; newitrlthe day, the poliii-l( during th lit )car, thiir thanks !I' : uinl) hill. anti tic iiiM'trs &
that he has opened the \) lIumulelon wliovva day ('iilJfHVM Ih\t": t: may have nccu.iontoml-'snack of their confidence: and 'I nti.ii.td: dented ucordng>

tI which has been 1fI stealing ,IVIK! fined Iht+ locate., will he done dfcpasxionatcly, to far To the former they CUll only (' orl'rul! ll-otacopj' of
impaired, and supplied Hundred by atlC a.c concerned, and '\\e hope our nnsimiiKC often eonveud that order he published tn iho
ret'en: Dollars & .
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and furniture of every Tho Find \\ illiiim Ian{, I freindswho may lavi/tir ts with run 11m. /!/(/,cr has now succeeded! In : tttc, itKCawttk, for four
well known situation of I \ twenty four veins of i ii< aiions, nillulaetsethe f I,W.C.ule, otl.rr-j I heir good" ill through; the arduous ,I )'.
i mediate proximity I to i and n half inclutt Rfe high, a- w iso their. II\lhl'clliun will not lake ( later' ufitsinfancyandileyouth, go in. m r

equal in comfort to and, light hair little ii'cli., in the ou"rvaiueof this eoiuse, we slnill I it willltudcxvureutl to doerve- 0. F. RAL1ZELL: (1k.
climate. act with! itricl imparlialiiy.It f-la lift; which its earlier eflorts r(' i Kfv: --1",-4m
1 standing and N louiu.i no
Experienced &honest I very will l I.r t'c "illl of the puljli> iew, to the latter they u uiild observe, that ( a
eyes and has a I old Ik.- of t.1'p.t r.lurldf',;
at jhe / render to their. patrons, nil the s.itUfaftionthey )pensenhnll l I.e spared and no II .
i the whoieoand his time .. Tile cocnpcd above\ whLrnthat arc capable of, bearing; fn mind howfverJheold lazed to,render! it at least attractive \ IJ.'j", (;'ulrl,,J.Grm4ia
rewind there 'J
establishment he flatters ta5n.e, "they that would attempt popular nsany of its conk nipoiaries. Crnlys.lfay tMIJ, IH35.
l rorlhl'
: of IIII' 1 CoraAnn
tlf'lln'ry l'ail I
ntpit. Sfo-
who may call on.him; I 11n the townofMarrian to ple.e'cvr) body w ill please nobo cnenccolpHhtcars. v\ ill give (' | Slooon.b: vs.Cuthlerl
Harri- J
.t. complaint. oj). to those who 'have watched our.
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r"r"; R. ; ) district of\Vtbt !'lurid n Although it is our design, to pursuecourse & while the volume: that will anon find Caroline Augusta blo- ',
/ orTHOMAS law : .
oiScn.tiil J U
unirnniclled' by the shakles any \\ ill leun eurncst of Hint which i i" to "Mi.ton.b. ,
ulatriet
Western M. WHITI: ". IN lJIAl\lHtY.
(Joififoul! part-Hn making this vowal I, to our more recent friends, so that :
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\ ( Dmlritt U' /. .. ( the Cotrplainant ';
his
we would not l he undfrt>tood as being indifferent ulatioh already secured tu our ( by
I > -0.-Ht. it .
to the of f and .lfnn 'ed. upl j eatitg IUd tIItl y.
impel unite, correct princi i may e muii.tHined ct < '
Martin Ifardinvt. nn RAIL i \ Iy oflidavit fled that :
COMZ'ANY' butte leave to' declare
1 beg. ,
{ o "e
in this cause aside
pjes.They \\ hat hove er dl.slinclly to hate i it iu the OKNAAihNTAI., ';!\ :; tejond t
James W. Ezum and of this Court and
1 IN CHANCERY. 'by given, that n m"I'IIl/ known, shut tile)' Hill neither u'mi the van, 111N'I:! 18'Of the MIRROR, the best IInl \ : herefore it in the cr,
ordered
( J | |.lei i-f
the
motion and it 1In.I'1'iotid: "i fo.Ion HI the titiin (if d"l iv.nlng. politie.il ) rut ha.Lccn engaged ; that many I'8 the said
ON /, '')'. vvhllf: IMM.I:; : n, lit the hate sions from Defendants de ;
; leeeivcd to.umis> us ..',
tne InlrlnKii, VM> arc IIICII (If ) '
faction of pimcipl( or I fore_ the first '
."\ E\V1S, Nol J | day of :
Cominer
"' execution of snl.jcct* uf national
in to tin'if imctc.t.
Clements, one of the \ l of Uoolon proportion niiKwer tlie Bill of the 1.1'
)( 4y on the und'nationalsceiKr and that \'
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riernlrohurnsoftheunzettewillhenprnprirtrd )
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resides io the State of >- the
7 It therefore ordered l next 1835: for the pur to K:"HNJS, of, Morultnd blurt i I I the ricer nunt! have !rut mt.MO to I | llie!; If.melIU utid betaken for hi

here on or before t ? MI I Compnny: l h j' chum, IUIlt'1. 11-1(charllclrr, tnctr the laud of Reading : these w t.rks fitiii:g illt.Mrution of i ur l 'd that matters tl.injs thus 'itl l
a CJf Il.is <
pear 1 and enlxung nuh copy ord!
ooh r
bf> llovt beautiful m have
rLl. ever
for
and Saturday' IY r
March evening.
next, answer 1 the Pensacola
Gazette
... bill the same will he i igainst come befoieiwiid t mm The IJIbli! If'IS lire fully mvareoftnoc'ifficulties the preceding works of nrt which ; mouths succrssitely, once .
him and tho of their undertaking, but the:)' in,n.tn ted our pligc"*, and however [, I "

accordingly and it Is I F.\\I IS, \ place great) terrine on tho public lilerality and frcqucn the becnthe applause : : F. UALTZELL. I'tl
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of and believe thaf dllipeiiTattention to has grafted their {ill, 'licatimt, vvn .bo, ,
copy thisorder 835.; 10. 4m.
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W J. Conmils-sioners, '. business flight satisfaction in being enabled to ..
Pensacola Gazette for and zealous effort to ten' C, th epnblie
.ceuively. J I will secure' to themselves n liberal Ihal those in preparation tui-ytttt; any ) 01' .1-10"' <<1n.. ; '::11
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J. : : wJII'n; share of patronage. jijtht-ktml reel lnovn iu the, ( /'; Superior (bur t :
I
.).-t0. The City of TulhhtwseC being located i in State, No literary periodical pnt> March Term JS35. t

Oct. M, 1635.- .- : )' abi.cneeltr. I' C, Key the centre of 11111'111101111 sunounded l>> in thit country has ever attained and InjtSicticn. t':
duly aHth<>ri7cd agent. All j many natural advantages, possenws in agh'ell extended circulation. as the Mirror, complaint, ve.1hin sM., II'
$2O. IIC1V to me are requested space around its centre a larger population is of course the best prwof its ( \\iliiem J. Mot-

AN- :. pavnient. than that of any other portion of| ty to the nanoual taste, ni:d an \ (' ( sullttruth.,! ,'khford. ) "
scriber R. the uppiovul of usfijkttni at.d the l by tie Couil That-Iotitc
,1-ie < M. FORHES. Territoryvithinthc fume !limits, has : Le I r'
Corn. .'\,-2:1.: but one weakly neurpapcr. of its management. J. Mmklcfoid Rulard

in the night In addi.ion to this there nre many valor In the course of the -voturr.c: : ed MiackleloiO, Li Im.d: j!

NegrO Boy ble tracts of Lund t, which we doubt not I SPLENDID QUARTO S'I EEL .E. Han.ticls, heirs of I.'an- J.

CASWELL, about 19 April term of County Conn will !lHIII'l.e bronght in cultivation should LISIIititEN'1 S, 'dttisnml, {minted ,, that! unless hc.y.a". ('rnll:1
rather middle size and County, I w ill pVesent my the prevent prices of the gieat staple of the geared, by the bed and mutt tmiiimt Bill fled In rein en or bey. (<.

complexlion. I lad on accounts and apply lor a fi i country be maintained which muni consi i 1i"II1t the country,.will\ l>e- of our Decen.ber: 1 arm, '
a spotted gingham the estate of GREGORIO: derably angment the population of the gather with numerous WOOD takers pro ccnfci-f ",

vest and a pairof blue and ask to bo finally dis !. country. WINGS, illustrative of curial:t and 1"
and a straw Mat, but : ) From the considerations stated above filing scenes, incidents and anli J. WITHERS, ('1k.

his cloth The Mid MARIA M. CARO. we have therefore no hesitation, in believ with about ......1'1)IEClS: of : .-H,- m. .j\

rable schoolboy hand* 10( ;Adm if.;" lralrr. ing that we may with confidence rely for Spanish, German: Italian and British T't of 1\ cat Floridn.; .
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tate*-badly. I have no 1 tho complete success of our undertaking, I SICK, arranged bur the Fiunolorte, ; 'erior ('0'" t I'tcamlia'

forge himself. pass. u'n of Administration, having on the euoport of a generous public Guitar, &c. Mug! Terra 1835.
and change his by the undersigned on CONDITION The same taste Which baa presided : by his next ftkul Jti.r C.
said t
boy will attempt to CISlO EJ1DO, dare The "Tallahasbeo General Advertiser1 our L'SR'AL SELECTIONS: w ill v*. Eliza Mitchell widow i
h boat or vessel bound to are hereby nolined thut will primed on a super royal sheet ut intend those hereafter to appear, a Milstid Admr. of Andrew
soon a* possible 1 date I will aptly 1 to tin fourthllarapranuumpayablelnudvuuce principles: which guide in this Deft IN CHANCE-

notice to all master of of the County' Court .t:i- tir on delivery of the first no. four dollars will lit', as they.have hitherto been,

sets if such application for leave to tell M> much fifty cents after the expiration of six months I ty and excellence, the beauty of the the complainant by his I I

aid boy and confine of soil Ejido as still bo ,or five dollar at the clone of the j'car. ry, and tho melody of the ( it.appcarii,g to the vUis- !t
get him. N. U> Should i the debt* "of su'd tarn ce No susbcriptum will be received fora leas ment. \ 'ourt that tlieoefendant Eli- w

ny jail I wish the Sheriff 11ARNARUO PARGA.S.Ad term than one year, and the paper.will not The character of our FOREIGN an luhhlitunfof the 'J ('r- .,
., ;
..know me Immediately of hi. confinement to : 23.-41. m r. be discontinued without orders' ,-and all arrearages RESI'ONDENCEw too welllno"'u 1 1descunied I but ret-idcs in the State of
arc paid up. lienfore it is considered
here it is luftit" by
upon ;
lichen published in the; Kfotlcc. I The first
miinbtr
will be issued during state, that the choicest writers have the* raid UeIcru al.t appear
having obtained Let the ensuing summer, or early in the fall. ised their co-operation in the hou a the Cr'sl day of cur next

,. Aug. 15th.' 1833.. traliou on the estiiK Communications addressed to the pub mcfft ; and that net" ilhttlludlll, the : and answer the ccin-
deceased lisher must be post paid* of
Mjinslon hertty not ) mou expense we have incurred, we' Complaint-filrdjieirin
And Fennacola Stqg Q : to whom Mid astute frig I- JOHN BALDWIN & Co. continue to ('priate all av oilaf le be taken for 1 be conf>'!H'd,

Establishment 1, i their accounts and claim Tallahassee, April 8th, 1833. ; and if possible increase the claims of d things therein! cci.liii.ed. v
THIS and all persona m- Back. Mirror to public And it i i. further
to ic 1 Volumr tic support.
:. Ktttnm .
greably u heretofore \ will be expected to Cn these grounds e commend our copy oTlbis l order te pub
.
I tfravaller from M payment. rOlllinac'olurne to the notice and (' (J /etleoncui vvctk

or aateward is i now kept at BENJN. D. n.'RIGHT.Admr I THE propielur Literature of Llttell's J'ubecum; of ,tion'of our cnu'ntn men.Gwtliti 11J'enin:1'! ,

accommodations will be Sciencd Art, "bn comfort Travellers ; .- ,-8L :has de lermmid to dispose oflhe remaining very .Saturday at the corner Nhstau ... F. PAI 7.F.LL. C/A-,
;I ;1f J W. C' set of the back volume at a.f'ry educed Ann- Uccls. Ills elegently printed : .-10.:_raU .
.
t : IrlCI'.fJfIftnlj" 1/ of the
? ,. original
[' Blakely Jany. 8d. that the tools for rent lion. He tlius often to Library subtcrip super-royjtl rjuarto form on tine, riflr Court at lje*>acota. 1
Compa- h.rtrr.
with mininn And nnnn".iI .. J
Cl/Ullllkilunt The
.
$100 \ to the mm ml rtes-L of ni>a_ nf'adll'lI' itt:ra,.nm. And.. tn. w.nN... ........_.... t -- Hrlm-- --- ,
Insurance f -- --- w ------ j ti' -( % It is embellished j ; once every thre o Antonio Miralia deceased .
Trutttoiu- forming !
ana COIllIolI' bl
book
from tb : an opportu IN
(
with'asl.rrudidduper- lIUl\l'lU:
ESCAPED fit : 'J Jal jvaito "
tine ultra of he mas pity urcha"ing twenty large &
Southern rxtreincIy -
and '
,
the ring, every wcek w ith a popular = in the above entitled
cityfif St. AugustHte, v aiuable ml c rllaneou voluruesata
'a prisoner the name price of jjivgir, far the lake
) who )'. Novinlt-r) uext ut 10 tar below their I tuit or value ; un opiKtrlu- arranged: plalnlrot te, notice that tttw een the
MONDS was
lit guitar, &c. !foch..11.II.t a in the n crump, and
'fr.ur"n from lime which
to pity must
necessarily h.eof short du {
three. Indi
; lady on ly tngnirtil rigttttle title ultc'rnotn '
,\110111 the uhole of the ration & which cannot _page, ( on the fith, 6th,
occur The
gaud of said again.
jury \\ fir and
by
engraved ty liiimnu) October next, at tl*;Count
not exceeding thir- following terms will not be deviated
charge of murder, if orders are /rum. rk'.tled within the
and made his escape by present) are I IC Havunna
LOT. 1883 turn DOLLARS ter annum, "- / in the eland of
CLACK
bcyiim]
which
on the night of the Uth 1 .II. year period the pro-' allraaes, in adra'itt.: It i lalurwsrdtd cd to take the deposi '
RAYMOND
tla of New Hartford, ( : REID p.iuor1111 not U bound by the present the earliest mails to eiiLncrilers '{ '(frllr.o, Jot Mi-
TllOMASLOiJOLAS;, notice. ,
and ha been for several ) / out of the city of New\ark. and James C. Uurnlmni.to .

of trading and wrecking. Ctllflallpl"Nrra. I. Sets of twenty t'omplcle'ohmfll will calicns. lootlaircourt le ( [ at the trial of said cause

1 time eommaaded the Notice. be supplied to nun.bf'lI'or' b30,00 cosh. rheasE itore. No subscriptions ; they rr.ayattend and cross
dalphla. He 1" about indebted 2. bets of twerny complete volumes a less period than one year.Notice. 'witi.twes if they think
The
to Estate oCJ y
tff9 fee\ass or"sli [eatly half, loiindin blue or red morocco i
I eat guilt/! look'derkt deceased are requested OW cash. ORGE KNIGHT1 his
bat from close le said pi}estate ncnt *"1.I'bo.8 Imt f 'I, he lurrunier'wlo I order! Lourd sets *TMin. undersigned heir at Law of Ir.'1'. M. BLOfNT., by
month bad become are requested may haiuhCs or her came printed in gold JL dru Pal&o dtteuscd
has remarkable accounts properly attested :on the tack chains _
a scar on : without any additional EO) of Lactl; (
arpans Ly lug and beln of
chat ) lloiida. .
seen about hi* face Ha i ;e.'t'he the District of West lorida
tttvr York where hi* CENJA) IN COUP, Museum 'contents consists! of the \\rsterusideofthe Luke situated Superior t ovrt 1
of Casa
<
Administrator franklin&at :
w** brat eiectioti* from the entire* ,
range of commonly called 11a
-10.-8U )ou Chico t Mitchel
of Ro w
I j vriiljiiud the above I "__ British petiof'.ical literntnif j Review, Essiyn Ion said Bayou and fronting the I
I' rd in any Jail In the .. ",(. 1 Hies, Pottry.) &&,' and it inay' tm- ucol4 distant tiereficm about bay cf.*$ late.' lam' of.
MmhepKnipit l }
fame reward with ell for phuttrallybetlsaerted hat nopcriodicul Irt. rn
,
vne of two horse. .ever mile and a third. 'Jhe said tract John Forbes
idelivered tome arKey ) *credit.: pubJn-h reams its InUrMt, or that t>ove discrittd: bas titan L'xeyl"or.01
1 the back granted tq J Tptrna| Dalconr Catalina
) : WM. II. CHASE tolnnteslvar the
{ .-28.tC. value a* the Museum. ,same' relative aid Frdro J'alao by the tJ-lInlaih : ** JoQft' 'Jbcodora Dal- I
ment un tile VUth
Key Wm July 23, 1 : 'I'he bock Rof\ Iweoty"oluDIC'I remain: dernigned therefore ol January 1611k7 he Joseph Val Dr. and
claim
,
-- .the bchr. R N1 ot1ct' are forbid all (rem '
rapidly coniff. Address persons trespassing on Dal"Our and Sophia his
undersigned land
Forbr
TilE ", ADAMALDIE daughter of John
TwumtiuUrv SEVERING Edmund
edro de Alba,'.deceased, I. Lhncs, J'AiI"dlpJu"a. July 25th 1 5-.2U 4t. lale t.,...,.JJepestre tV.w.. and.,-_ t;

wsons having claims '. .l 8pectus ; ; t .-and'-said :Sophls; $
t,reHotth.m properly a W. ,BABKLEYft. Notice. /
&-33 ,-; Of a sea rtflumtiij Me AV w YbrkMirroflllireAVeirk J on'y children and bier "
,
i t, and.all person ;; .. ... I I. \ :TJ URSUANT to ftn order letrffon m dec'd,Deft
tate are-required to make Cold -folk ... i he* of* dtfvoted.to articles front JL fcy the 1-on. the cuo.i'Cou t I" the satisfaction of, the
f known
pens well and :
distill \ '
sub proceed to ell to' tier' ** bidder
l defendant:
door
'JOliN Shop, next loibc enibhed IIIt'1It re. ide in the
niMcnla. uroa& every subject thai tabh the following A>f bed Lot or of the \\
can eat Indie
interest It
EUOE prove mjl10this geneialreader, of ground belongy. II the e.talt! of) i that
t.nles
purchase, a good Ml'LB.. :lucluclig: Original hIry-.I" and IV: na JjuniC.J>,KWibe one half of Lot fourth *they sppear ,
Oct 10th '18g5.""41.onit. at this df ice, rays, humorous and pvtbclirk-='Ctiiu-at no- ber one 1IiutJ'tC" and: mly-IUr, and : \'er the Monday jn Frb-4
tk-r.-Jarly and choice selections alIvfLut.utnbtr complainant '
;( -% ; from afljoiafcr; two
iK. : the heatUew publications! the be 1 taken lot confessed&
: both American M4.""*5 """ tide of
nests. mil UJ and EnglUh-;.8cientiCc and Literary IntcKi ?**'. Bale sue talc plate at the decreed accordingly

dI, l'} J1gnl'f' or, TB. and Gtttralttrliitr. Ufuc*-Copious notice of Foreign CoonV!Ix/uw- door oo *loj.dir> the ICth day of N Umt a Copy of ebb or-
t4.
c, dfurtlce l tJ'lt'oIo t'y Eerrl\lpt.1 i tote VlI'N 't veubcc-next. MfJI' newspaper printed
lout other kinds In I I Iy and rjcluJvelyline h'r.thlt Juurnl- turns f MARGARITA DE'LA RUA atronib for six oiontha
ptopoca topnhllfh J.
upon thevantvr pndurtto.ra a the. I. A. CA3UaBON,
at fhb ) L'.trcrtfi.r.
orJl4If'
fTaUha .
r, Mf\ FlnrMa,' a Art Idatarrpttreutr4rst'. pOUea Or. 17th, IfQ-.n-cr. .Judg. .JJ m /': ..

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