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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: December 12, 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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:>> N.HT GVNT'S OWICE, I Celestino Gouull':&and wife Complainants I By the J'rftiftrnfkfthr l)"- DKtrlrt of Went Florida, TOWN OF sot. JOSEPH.

Pensacola Nov. 21st, receive vs. Margarita Jardeltt, Thomas Villa Ae' ted SlId S.Ifrior n""t 1'l'Q"hI'a county, Iota tor Satf.rpHE ;,0:
SEALED Proposal will be at ca's Heir! Felicile Dctrcan and others.IN pursuance of law I ARDKIW JACKSON /Vn ce uutil 12 o'clock M. An 21s CHANCERY.] IN President of the u., States i f AIUPrII'a. John Edgcly: ,uniting partner of the firm JL take Wimico, and St. Joseph'
Dec. for supplying the West India Squadron IN pusuauce of an interlocutory decree of f do hereby declare and make known, that a of Towns & Edfely: ,and Administrator Canal I Company, hating contractedfor
vessels ordinary ant I the Navy Yard Honorable the 'Judge of the'Superior { public sale will be held at ST. At'GlI't1NE,' IVlward Towns drreaned vs. the heir at the construction (>f a Rail Road from
near this place, with FRESH BEEF: and : Court of the district of West Florida in the Territory of Floridi.) on Monday law of Edward Towns deceased, Dcfts Ihe bay of St. Jot-rph's. connect with the
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f. VEGETABLES, and for supplying the I sitting at Pensarola, and exercising chancery the 7th diy of March next, for the dUpoMl IN CHANCERY. hirer of Apalachicola, via Lake Wimico..
.. Naval Hospital. nca .the Navy Yard with jiirisdiciiiiii, made at the November of the public lands within the limits of the MR HIS day cajnethe complainant by hi* also forthe butloiug of wharves and warehouses
fresh Beef, Vegetables, soft Brea and Term 18J5 of slid Court, shall, as mauler undcrmediiourd tow nships the Fast Florida JL counsel and It sppeanngto the Court at both ends of the road to be ready
Milk for the ensuing year. The articles a- in chancery proceed on Monday the 3d day land district, viz. by affidavit filed that the said Defts are not for the transaction 'of business by let .
bove enumerated, roust be of the best quality of January IS.Jrt, at 11 A. M. before the A'or/A of the bate It ne and Eatloflhf "tri- inhabitants this Territory! Ilia ordered Dec. next, have laid oft Into convenient lot*
the market will aftbrdj and delivered onboard Court House door in the city of Pcnsacola dil"' that they appear here on or before the first the new town of 81. hallway a beautiful
of vessels afloat, and at the other to sell the following valuable property Fractional townships 12, _, 4, and ft, day of April next, and autwrr the Bill of tie> sled plain! about up the Jtay.
places, designated in such quantities. may via: (EllIOt or St. Marv's River'' of edge 23. complaintIf the same will l>e taken for nn the cast tide, at Uie )point here the 1UU*
be required from time to time. It is understood The two houses and lots ground forming Townships 1, X, 3, andI, and fractional confisKcd mind the matters and thing therein Road will terminate.' The (harrj to be ...
that the contracts must be approved corners by the Barracks and Bay oC township of range 24. contained decreed accordingly it l IIJ carried out to 17 feet water, and the,,RIU ;;
by the. Commandant of Navy Yard J: Prniacola, fronting the Tivoli lot, the lots Township i, 2, and X, of range 25. further ordered that a ropy of this order be' Road track to extend to the extreme end of
DYRD C. WILLIS, know by uiimlwr 18 and 30: twoluts know Township I, of range 21V. published In the Pensucola Gazette once a it, so that vessels ran load and discharge ,

Navy Agent. by numbers 240 and 2J7 and one lot known Fractional tow m.>hips 1, 2, 3, and 4, of week for four months imcccmtlvcly. cargoes along tide the can. 1
Ni:. B? Persons deposed to contract are by 270 nil situated hi the city of Pciiiiacola range 27. O./.y. 'Ihe lots In the town of St. Joseph will 1he

requested to state, in a single' bid, the lowest 7>mw.-Mix months credit, the purchasers Fractional tow nllhil" 1, 2, and 3, of Alt**!, W. W. J. KELLY, Cleric. l offered for sale at public auction, on the ",
price, per pound, for fresh Deer, Vegetable to CACCUIO their t>roinisirv notes with range 28.Fractional. Nov. 14th, 1835.-30.-4m limit of December next. Term M cash. '
'and IOn Broadband per gallon for uppro\edTsecunly and upon the payment townships 1, 2, and 3, of l'br Sale for (Wet.TOSEPII Time ballnnce In three equal payment, for
which be
noteswill, required at 12 If and
Milk. thereof titles will be made.W. ,
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W. J. KELLY. range NOIUI:<;O'S island in tht- 3* months, with Interest from the day Of i
The Mobile Com Register for the Coun- South nftlit bate line aid East nftht weridiun -
It : Ritir I North
try will please publish the foregoing until! Mnntrr in Chancery. ., : (Township mile. Title bonds will be issued by the
of Ranges 2U and 311 Acut) two miles front
the 21st Deer once a week, and forward Nov. _21st, 18J5.-37.-tf._. That part of township II, East of Suo l''II "cola Bay and 12 milrs from the City company to the purchaser, on their com
pi) ing M iih the term of tale and a fee dm*
the account to the Navy Agent for payment. ;the Superior: : (TJI&.", Dtttrict of Heat wannee river, of range IL of P 'n NOT 20lh, 1833.-27.-5t. I floriJit ... Townships 10, 11, and 12, of range 15. will be sold for Cash.: A plot of &hl.I.luncl paid.

r rr* 11 1-:: subscriber has received per Sehr- Georgo Knight Complain't v.. the heirs at Townships 10, 11, and 12. of in. is lodged with the Editor of this paper and ROBERT BEVIRIDGE, PresC
JL. Texas from Hollowell, near DOlton.'I law of Joseph Antonio Miralla deceased Townships i 11, 12,and bofrllngo 17. can be seen. Lake >imico and HI Joseph C. C.
: 250 Barrels Irish Potatoes, I defendants. IN CHANCERY shlsl1R.12weslottlArredundu's 7'ownshi s0 and 7. and fractional! town The nth in indisputably good. bt. Joseph W. Florida, O.t. 1. 183 .

? 30. Apples rpf''liE defendants in the above named ( l chum,) Persons .. t" imulin. .t' will cowmunlcate The following paper will publish the ..' ,
r: 10 Dried Apples, I JL cause will take notice that on Monday and township 13, of range 18. with U'm. Watkins Vas1> above until the lit ',
If 5 II Beets the 21st day of December next, 1 I Townships 5, 0, 7, and 8 and fractional ingtoir, In the District, of Columbia.Oct. I their account to the.UtUmber"an410r.ardi company' ;
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20 half barrels No. Il\faek.ert'l. shall proceed at the Counting House olMessw. township 1), (north of Atreddndo's'claim,) 3d, 183.V-30.-tf. 1 JOM'pll..Tallahassee. '.
:25 quarter do. !Muriatigui, Knight &co. in the fractional nt>hip 12, ( IltUh'or Arredon- Notice.THE i : FJorldian PeDlac omit,
do'n claim and 13 of 10. ,
,) township
20 Boxes Codfish of Hdvanah take the range
City to depositions
1 2 3 6 6 7 and8 'fr undersigned Heir at ,Law of Pe : F.hq. Sent. Columbus, Ga. 1.
Township ,
cuonal -
:25 Kegs Tongues and Soundst Joseph Francisco Serrano, Joseph Miguel , '
Pulao, deceased, claims tale to I graph Milledgeville Recorder, 4uUita'c, 4ik
township 0, (north of Arrrdondo's
salmon and James Burnnam
20 Fernandez C. &
pickled CoustitiitloDtlist '
Kegs "
800 of lAud Lying and being in Savannah .
claim fractional south of "panl
;) township It (
15 do. Butter continuo from day to day until the same be the District of West Honda situated theWp"n bile Register Alon Vporlaa
claim on aomrr t,
that ), and township 13 of range 20. ,
t 60 Bales hay finished to be read in evidence in a suit now, Advertiser
Townships. 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, and 8, free.tionaltnwnsliip9 side of the Lake of Casa Blanca Cinematic
(I Barrels \\ lute Beans, pending in the Superior Court of the Western 1 commonly called Bayou Chico boundedon N. O. Unien A PtuliLurE"ran "
23 Boxes Herring No. 1 : District of Florida at Pen acola, sit : (north of 'Arrrdondo'sclaim said and Courier, Richmond .
fractional Bayou fronting the bay ofl'ensacola -
) township 12 south ofArredllnclo'
And a large n-wortmeiitol Pickle,Capers. auCollrtorChan'cry herein George, (
distant therefrom about Intf'lll'l'ncflrVa.bln ton, D. C. America
Olive. Hed currant jelly, Raspberry aud Knight is complainant and the heirs at law I 21. claim,) and township 13, 0'ranltl' mile and a third. The said met one a- and Republican, Baltimore. Sentinel Pool m

Cramberry juice. Joseph Antonio Miralla deceased defen- buss described hal been granted to the 1'fiiin.jhanian l in I'hiladtlphla, Conner
Fractional I
GEO. W.DARKLr\: d4nu. town"hlp townships' 2,3,
Nov. U.I83336.tfV1 GEORGE KNIGHT I 4, A, n, 7, and 8, and that part of lo'u.Ihipl said Pedro Palao-by the Spanish Government Enn. l.venlnI'olt, and Jour. of Com.
on the 2Uth January 1816. 'I'he undersigned n crce, New York, Trenton N. J. Emporium
THO. M. BLOUNT his Sole. U, 10, 11, and 12, lying ram of Ar-
by :
Boston
I rctloiulos claim and township 13 of therefore claims posncssioii and Patriot &; Republican Salem
( (f'J Nov. 21 18U.-37-U.: : ,
range 22. forbids all person from trespassing on said Register New Haven Herald, Hartford

tiib.da DURING the absence of the under- ownvhips 1, 2, 3, 4, ft, 6, ?, 8, 9, 10 lands. Time, NorwalkGaz.Iottuottftl.
from Pt'llsacolaIr.! FURDINANDCHRISTIEN 11. 12, and 13 of range 23. HEVERINO: PAi.AO.July Sal,.
Hoot & Shofg. will acts.. his agent. ,Townships I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, '% 8, 0, 10, I 23th 18J5: -.2(1;;-41.'tfctcrii The above sale. Is postponed until the

I subscriber would respectfully in I- C. IIUBBELL. 11 12 and 13, of range 24. >\ l>l! trict of Florfdn.lathitigtini lath of January .

THE his former patrons and the public Nov. 21. 18J3.: -37-&f. Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, A, 6, 7, 8, 0, 10< ,, :..;..,, \ Huitettor Court Notice.
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generally that he has received per late x.tlc... 11 12 and 13, of range 25. *"" ''# '" : Munh Ttim 1835.
arrivals; via Mobile, and per Schr. Texas weeks after date I will apply to the hllil'tillnal township of range 29. tfn ( :' Bill fur Partition nnd Injunction. ALL persons having demands against the
direct.very complete igia extensive m*... SIX Judge of the County tour: I: ,. ale will be kept open for two. waehis !r of \\ in. T. Kllbee deed. late of
imtclciCUtuu.temiaiurunitiYrmmnJ.; '
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meat of BOOTS & SHOES, most of which of the Escambia for Letters of and no Itrngi. t mii' i mi. *. -n : tya.IOn .- Cowt,. Florida are rtonefted to
made for this market County law ,for tho use of ghouls, or lands retevcd and tlic heirs of Hannah SfhittLleford. present ih.i. fur payment, and those Ufcifb"JO ,
were expresslyjprder administration the estate of John Forbes.JOHNINNERAKITY. ''
on ,
and are warranted give satisfaction, among for military or other purposes, Mill be excluded It is ordered by the Court that notice be ed to laid tstatr are desired to make pay .,'
I from sale. 1 David J. Miatkleford Richard men! according to law.
which are the following kinds tiz: given to
500 Pairs Russet &. Black Bragans. .. Nov. 21 rt,..1833:-37.-
700 do. mcns and boy. Kip & grained fflHE undersigned hereby gives notice Washington this thirteenth day of October Trip and Sampson hamucls, heirs of Hannah A"n sr ,. I
brogans, JL to Merchants and others, that he will A. D. 183 bhacklefonl,'that unless they awcrns Valley Pept. 'ntb 18.33.-3ye.

!o5 290 do. Win. Boot &; Shorties hereafter pay no debts contracted in hit ANDREW JACKSON.. the conpUinanu Bill filed herein on or before Notice.
5 108 do. Gents fine Calf Boots, name, except those contracted by himself My the President t the first day of our DecefliLer Term
.1 g 112 do. do. do. lost and Seal do. or by his express order. (rill AN A. BROWN, the same will be taken pro coufemwu 'A best of seafaring clothes wt left at
low priced, :*: JOSEPH BONIFAY.Oct. Commissioner of the General Land A the house. of the subscriber about the

a O 225 Pairs Gents fine Kid pumps G 24ih, 1833.-33.-tr. .- ! .' 63 1046 do. Stout Seal, Calf, and mo. t" --Tevltory: of Florida.la NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTIOt June 13th 1835.-14. 4m. who was Indebted to the subscriber In the
A -'- sum of thirty four dollar Vnjess the owner t,
pumps JS the Superior Court for the District of 't Territory oSfFlbiltla. '
2 Persons claiming the right of pre-emp- appears lo redeem them said clothe
500 do. Calf Shoes Various patorns I
3 225 do. Russet & black Slipper >r Wttt Florida-titling a. a court ofekanfery tion to any of the aforesaid lands, are required Superior/ Court Cwnly.PiterMitchel JirrMnJin .will be sold at auction on the 3tth Inat. '

a :200 do: Ladies 'do & Russet inor- toWing to prove the same to the satisfactionof JOHN BU8DY. wNov.
widow Win. McPherson
Josephine McPherson of Executor of Robert Milchel
: the Register and Receiver, prior to the 14th, 1833-35-31.,
A Ali ; fe and heir at Law of Margaret of sale. dec'd and trustee of Ihe late firm of \.' .
2 520 do. do. lasting Slippers, various 'g McPherson and George McPherson vs. day General Land Office, e Carnachan&Milchel Complt agt. Fran Notice.

o patterns. kK Francisco Dall'.tnirJ.Executor, 100 do. do. do. & Misses Kid &; Forbes deceased, Camilla Jnanna Dalconr October dec'd. Camilla Juanna Daleot.r CatalinaSaphts THE undersigned' admlnuitralor. of
w Calf lace, H Catalina Sophia Dulcour,John Theodora of Went .Florida Dalcour, Job'heorfors Dais Campbell deceased, will apply 'r'
I do. do. & Mo. Boots > to the hon. County Court at the lint l
do.
qs110 Dalcodr, Augustln Joseph Dalcour tour, Augustus Joseph Dalcour and :
Cuttrl Futmt >> ,
H 358 do. MisfMe Grecian ,lace and p .and Theresa Laura Dalcour children of Superior Peiuucola ,,"01/. Term County 1835. Theresa Laura Dikourchildreu & heir term U which eucbappJltatioD'be......*
O I heard for anal
Slirpqs, aid Franc *eq Dalcour and Sophia his Victoire YJlas Compt. vs. Margarita de la of said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia his ly" a settlement discharge.
p 600 da Children. do. do. Boot 'wife late Forbes, daughter of Rua Executor:: of John de la liua deceased wife late Sophia Forbes I'a ighler of John ELIJAH'. DAYLOM.Adsi'r. .
Forbes .
, tees, Ancletirs, pf said John and Edmund Dupa)a- Maria Quiggles Admr. of Miguel Forbes dec'd, and Edmund Depectre and +
No7th 1833.-33.-8t:
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200 do. Lined & Bound India Rubbers tre and Juanna his wife late Juanna Forbes Uuiggles deceased, Jo e Ortis Executor of manna hi'* wife late Juanna Fort' *a the ,

and common. daughter of said John Forbes deceased Francisco Ylla dcce seed,Augusthte Yllss said Juanna Depcstre and said .SopbUDalcanr : :Notice.THE .
Together with too many other kinds to Colin Mitchell Defendants. being the children and biers .
: only
and Benjamin D.Wright, Deft.INf KANCERY. I
liet-
be herein enumerated comprising every undersigned having obtained ;
appearing to the satisfaction of the .- I of John Forbes deed,Deft
article in the shoe line, from a crust of IT[ court that the defendants above named day crime the Complainant by T appearing to the satisfaction of the of Administration on the estateof
bread to a rock (so to speak,) also the. reside without th hmits of the Territoty of THIS counsel; 1, and on his motion Irate I I Court that the defendants rcxde in the Lewis W 1111.deceased hereby notifie all

no bury India Goods consistingof Gents. Florida and in the Island of Cuba"11'H T.. granted to Die an amended bill bereln, Island of Cuba one wf Ihe West Indie*.*.!! persons having calm against old( estate,
,. Caps, hunting and short Boots, that unless lo presrtt them for settlement, and all In* 1
Capes
therefore ordered they appear and It appearing to the Court by affidavit I.l therefore ordered that unless they appear
riding legings. Gents. & Ladies lasting here before the fouuh of debied to the tame to nuke immediate.1-
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on or Monday filed that the defendant Augustine. .. Is here or before'befourlhMondayin Tibruary
hhoes, .over shoes, Suspenders and Straps, March next and answecjhe Bill of the said not an Inhabitant of Ibis Territory it Is ordered out and anew'er the complainant bilf .ment.Oct.. '
all warranted water proof.-Liketctte' that the same be taken for that he appear hem on or before the that the .same will be taken for confessed .aft GEORGE NVILLIS,
Gents fin Beaver and Silk Hats, Navy & Confessed and the thereof decreed I Adminittrator.Saw .
matters the matters: thereof decreed 4t
first day of May next and answer the complainants accordingly
Marine Caps, Travelling Trunks, Umbrellas accordingly, and it is further ordered thata Bill or the same will be taken for it i i. further ordered that a Copy of this order :alit, Itm.-J.L-8w.
Hosiery, Nowells Liquid and Paste of this order be published in be In '
copy some confessed and the matter and things tberencontaineddecreedaccordiiiglyland printed some newspaper printedin
Blacking, (a new and prime article.) Shoe newspaper printed In the district, once a It is the District once. amontb for six month .btcr1bi.Ul..d,Jmatbr. Sett.rflHE .
Bnikhes &e. &c.; month for six month ibis J. A. CAMERON ,. at private eaku
Irther ordered that a copy of order ,
AU of which will be sold on the most J. A. CAMERON. be published in the Prnaacola' Gazette oncea Jude U. W /'. X his SAW MILL on Juniper Creck/A
reasonable termii by the examine Judge 11. D. t\ week for six mouths successively. An* 22tb, 183524. liberal credit will be given to the purchaser s
ears wilt ID call and the Sept. 22d 1535.29.DIstlr'1ct Ifreaulred, This Saw Mill run twocaw., i
Stock: at the Shoe Store Corner Palafox Copy Ja&roe bvptnor (earl, ? and is roost advantageously located. The
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of Nest Florida Ailed, ,W. W. J. KELLY, Ctt.Nor. Mart Term 1835
lumber
and IntendenUa streets. may be rafted from the mill door to
for tale a*above two Sett ft*. ., Superior Cvurt. Etcambia County, 14th, 18:3336.5rn.Jlvtrictof: Nancy Fountabi Complt! : vs. As* Fountain the lumber Isndln on- niu-k JOS. B. LEVETT.Nov. Ptmacola Au*. Term, 1835. We t Florida. Deft Bill In Chancery of Divorce J. mill I* sl rutted In the midst of a*llee.body
14 1835.-Ml-tf. INCILI.NCER yk Superior Court Eteambia* NOTICE is hereby liven that at said" of Urn her a* U lobe found any where te.
Wra II. Chase Complt. vs. Samuel .)I. County Peneacola A",. rma, J83 said Court It appearing thai the: Florida. There I 1. cm the premise *,,CCWOMItabi > F
Notice. Smyth Deft. .* JNCHANCERY Territory a rule was entered that unless be. *frame Dwelling House with brick.....

TilE undersigned having obtained Let- THIS day came the complainant by his Jfarie Miset Canlet, Complt. vs. Francis appear before the first day of the next Tern Days. auitahleor a large family. PatMn 'f
..of Administration on the estate of and It appearing to the Court .Bouque De'ftTflHIS .&answer said bllllhe same will be taken u wi..bwg to purchase are Invited lo,view

Ilyram Allen deceased, hereby gives noticeto by affldevit nled-that the said defendant .Is day came the romplainaat by confessed &c.. the remises*. For term apply lo the au... ea
all persons having claims against said DOt an inhabitant of this Territory t it .is JL her eoaruel and It appearing la the WE8TCO'IT.IJuIlor scriber. or to II. Kelly KM. .in PenMcohk
estate to present then properly attested for onUredtttat be appear here on fit before Court by affidavit filed that the said Compt JACKSON MORTON
settlement, and allperonrindebted to aaid the first Uy of April next MM, answer the defendant _not an Inhabitant of this Oct. 10th, 1835.31.tt.Kotlcc: Nov 28th, 1834.-38.-&

estate are required to make immediate pay nil of complaint or the same will be token :I Territory, it U ordered thai ih* said d.-i 1
ment .'-, for confeaaaed and the.. matters and I cndant do appear here on or before the ALL person* are hereby notified at that N t1eCl..
CORINNA ALLEN. thing therein contained decreed according .r.lt day of April next, and answer the I I next April terlP of the County AT a hfeetlnf of boar of Direetora
Admr.Nor. 1 IJ' and U .. further ordered that a copy of : bill of com pi&. or the saine will be taken Court of Escambia County I will presentto 'of the Dank' r ._7th, 1833.-S5.-atr this order be published in the Pensacola for confessed and the matter and things I. said Court n y accounts and voucher al dy of Nor. .... It was ordcrcdthat Notie
--- Hail Gazette once a week for four months":s e- herein contained decreed accordingly) and I admlnl.trltololthe estate pf David Christie be given for a meeting of the stoeiholden
Away f
tivelL'AAUc < Ills further ordered tbat a copy of iMs or i deceased, and ask a final settlement and of said Ba"k.t IbeBankbf" House ilhflat
1 ROM the subscriber: tbe'23d der be published in the Pensacola GtWM. discharge. """ I day of December next al 4 o'clock P.
October, dark mulatto t, W. W. J. KELLY, dfc once a week.for four months GEORGE W. BARKLEY. iN.,
IL fellow, named GeorgeVasMagto6sboutthlrty Nor. 14th, 1835.-30.-4m._ Cvpv, .ueee.eh.I'j. *, Ad.,. ., JAMES CATLZN.Noe. .

yesesof T ANDED from the 8 hr. Ro.e-ie.-Blooi* ."' Allu', W. W. J. KELLY Ctt. Pettier 10. 1835.- I,- t.IJjuANK. 0IdIfJ""'. ,
a are, 6 feet 10 inches high, ...... and for aale Nov 14th 1835.3&4m'llgase I cjoaatlup, and clavemanlfetU 7th, 183'.-:s.s.-IY.. ,
hu from teeth lost
made
and spare upper '
a .. \6 Parreb Oranges r ,to Il nt. DUb of IndlAf. for 6 l.IIL.ta.:
oo>g2.1wIt lodes In eaj jad.ao that 1may 4 'do, Linter, A small housa convenient. '''' a. Deeds, Mortgages. B11k,1a, A Light lJarOIIC..tqr.. 1ii.brsei

get him. 200 CoeoauttU.O. small fatally wUi be Hated ...., sae'Justieee: Blanks and Vas T.nna'months rdit- ,
JOAN B. B'IU.W.II..k. :, O. W. BAgKLEY. I Enquire' at this office. I -"'other kinds of Blanks. wac. C8..I.C,
....? ;t1t, ua3.-ai.-tr.. 24th, 1803.-33.-3t. 1 leer. H. IIO.tf. for.salaat this offlce* "'pi. 'Ipib, I> i : '


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and nn eacH fide of the region now occnpird bed by the officious- 'Interference of man found moot abundantly. A soil of this who had itotireof their approach funt
iafflcrlUneottn. Dy the Ohio river, were doubtless, for now' defend the banks from the encroachments composition parts with heat slowly, and some of his ,children, charged his rifle, &
many,ago*, covered by lake of fresh water: of the Ohio. 1'he1not only protected those regions that are furnished with it seldom foiled in securing Ins new visiter.
THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HCf- after the more elevated part had become the newly I clothed: surface on the hills, are noted for the protection they afford against \Vithoulkatinghis cabin, he had killed
ENCI-: AND AKTS, dry land, aDd were Clothed w ith vegetation.We but in the valleys, and near the beds .of rl- late spring frosts, sof often ruinous to fourteen deer in one summer ai;d['auiumn,,
c nrTEO BY riorBssoa iLUM wr or NEW HAvs. are led to this conclusion from the nome- rtilets and brooks, when the streams over the Iraits In the valley wf the Ohio., The by the IninxKiit ,aid of his little pct.
.t-. roas deposit of locuMrlne and fresh water Oowed!they arrested the soil and fragments steep declivities of the northeasterly and
The October Number ot this most valuable hells found in the sandstone and marls In of rocks that were orged onward by the northern side hills, where the earth i is composed 'roM N O. Bullttin.
national work, which U sought afterjd the hilly portions of the valley! near the ohio turbid waters, and thus these periodical of sandstone and decayed leaves, is UKCLAHATION.: ,UOf
Europe, and qnoted by their river ; and after (be waters had been so deposit gradually raised up the bottoms the favorite spot for the yellow poplar, or the people of. Texas in General At
learned men aud societies,.. now before far drained off as to lay bare the bottoms or alluvial soils,"to their present height. Linodendroii tulipifera, und Magnolia acuminate bled.
4 the public. .- oflhc lakes*, It must hare occupied vast That this was actually the fact, and that or cucumber tree, "J lie yellow H'liertat General Antonio Lopez de Sanin .
,
The man of letter will derive pleasure period of time to hollow out the local valley the surface of the .soil in narrow valleysand poplar may be called the monarch of the Ana, and other military ihieftams, have
article between the hills, in which the Ohio now bottoms, waS once much below its pre hilill as the sycamore -is or the height of by force of arms overthrown the fe-
1:1: ; to which the present number is principally meanders, and to deposits that vast bed of sent condition, I il proved from the presenceof one hundred and twenty feet, and from deral institution CJll\lt:1iro: and disolved
. devoted-and, If we mistake not, it alluvial earth which constitutes its present woods and trunks of trees, found at the three to eight feet in diameter at the base, the fIOdal compact which exUud between
'v will force Itself upon the attention of our fertile and rich bottoms. It II obvious that depth'of thirty or forty feel sinking wells, with a perfectly straight shaft of eighty Texas and the member: of the MexicanconfiAeracy
money seeking countrymen-for it reveals these were all formed after the currents of! shafts, &c. A single shower has been feet without a limb. 'Ihis tree is e=ten-. now the good people oi Texas
11 t to them a mass of facts, which have bith- water bad cut away the deposits of clay known to make a deposite of several feet in slvely used for boat gunwales and the manufacture availing themselves ol their natural: rights,
,erto been amongst the ret recondita-MA' and earth, which the rains and email rivu- thickness on the borders of small ..streams.'No of boards, and is to the West SOLEMNLY: DECLARE,
demfrom generations, who have gone by, lets had washed away from the adjacent longer since than the month of June, what the w bite pine is to the North. Where 1st. '1'hat they hhve taken up'aims in detente
and points to wealth immeasurable; requiring highland Into the bed of this vast fresh wa- A. D. 1834 a few miles from Marietta, a the soil on the side hill is formed from decomposed of their right bud liberties, which
only the energies of man to bring it ter lake or lakes, down to the sandstone cloud, in the course of fifteen or, twenty limestone and leaves instead of were threatened by the encroachments of
forth. rocks formerly deposited in the bed of the minutes, poured its watery contents on the sandstone, the limber i is principally sugar it.iliUiry dcttpots, and in defence of the republican
The article to whleh we refer is from the ocean ; and after they had also cut away hilly to an average depth of eight or ten tree, interspersed to the top of the hills, principles of the federal constitution -
pen of,Dr. 8. P. Htldreih of Marietta, en- the sandstone rocks themselves down to the inches. NO accurate measure was taken or with spice wood and beech. The less ele- of IUu) fr ItsM.
, titled Observation on the Bituminous present bed of the Ohio, a depth of one the water, but a half bushel measure vated hill, and flats, (! collie formed 2d. 't hut Texas is no longer orally: or
1 Deposit of the valley of the Ohio and the hundred and fifty or two hundred: feet, it Is and a common pail or bucket, in separate from decomposed argillaceous sandstone& civilly Lound by the compact of union ; let
'accompanying rocky strata L.with notices evident that little or ho riveral alluvons plact8;") ere filled to overflowing; and several clay of the ancient alluvium, are clothed stlninlaK/ d by the f i net out y and II) inciu'.iiion pmhytheir
**of the fossil orgaalc remains/ and the re- could have been deposited, for they rest on 'rail fences on the side of the hills, with white oaks, dogwood (Cornus' florida t.. ufn e piople, they c-fltr
' bet Of teelable.nd animal bodies illustrated the rock which forms the present bed of were moved a number of feet by the column ), sassafras, various species of hickory, .sup.c| il ui.d .fii!,lhiiC+ t" tukuch'of: (the members -
m by a topographical map, and by'numerous the river. This cutting way-of the sandstone of water rushing down the declivities Cercis Ohioensh, or Judus tree, yellow fIr the Mexican in.nfederacy, a* will
drawing of plants and shells, and rocks, must have occupied a long pe- In Licking and Knox counties during pine and shrubs of many kinds. In these tale up nrm.sgaiuat.urilitary derpolism.
+ r by view of interesting scenery." riod of time; for the operation necessity the same season! a much greater amount situations, the wild grape grow in great 3d. hat they do not acknowledge that
We have bad leisure for only a hasty commenced at some point below at leastas fell, doing great damage to the Ohio abundance and maker an excellent wine the present authorities of the p'() lilJal'Mex-
L perua enough however to convince us, far west as the falls of the Ohio, giving, canal and to mills on the small] streams. If The law. of climate, soil, &c, are tit) )>cautifullyend ican reptb'ic! have the right to govern. within -
; that it will be viewed by those who will do at this outlet, an impulse! and impetus to the in these days, such torrents fall in places certainly adapted to vegetable the limits of Texas. "
themselves the justice to read and comprehend waters above, that neither earth nor rocks remote from any great collections of water liCe that the geollgy Clra country is intimatefy 4th. That they will not cease''tD carryon
'm It, .as a munificent contribution of information could resist; enabling them to cut away the i or from ranges of mountains, what might connected ,with the trees which, war against the said authorities whilst
vital to the future growth and solid strata, and to form the present bed of, they have been when this great valley: was clothe and beautiful its bold and rugged their Iirnps nn:,." labia the limit of,Texas.Cih .
,opulence! of this country. the river in their bosom.' That this was one vast wet and marshy plain affording an features; and he who is acquainted ith Thai they hold it to be their right
We are aU aware; that nature, In the actually the fact, is made to appear from immense expanse of water to evapnra the nek formations of a country can describe during the 'diroigaiii piton. of the federal
I + great valley of the West! as we view her the mural walls of sandstone, seen in many : before lie has seen them, the species sjslein; and the reign of 4espwti..m, to withdraw -
.upon the surface, baa wrought upon a places, at the same elevation, in the face tion.At what period after the creation of the of trees most natural to its soiL '1 he from the union ew.tallb-b an indendent -
.magnificent scale. But It is only or late, of the rivet hill on both sides of the stream earth, this change, from an ocean, to dry bottom lands, or recent alhn Ion, are ). got; ei r meat, o) to adapt such measures -
that the eye of science, aided by enterprize they are composed the same materials land took plnoe!, we have no data to determine clothed with different species of forest trees, us they may dlrni Lest calculated to
.penetrated beneath iho surface, and be with the same texture, for the distance of ; but it is not impossible' that future suited to their elevation. If Iqw and wet, 1 protect their rights ai.d lilxrtles but thai
'" gun to disclose the wonders and treasures, several hundred miles. Various oilier strata gcologistsmay' by their researches, arriveat sycamore and beech prevail, ,,'llb..od and they<< :will continue: faithful to the: Mexican
which have been there concealed for ages. confirm this opinion j clay, limestone, some tolerable approximation. That sweet elm, and the over cup, white .oak, government 'n) lorlIlJ that notion is governed
',. .', Oar limit will not allow us to enter upi and coal, being found Ht the same level on the change was gradually produced, is or swamp oak 11C high and dry sugar by the constitution and laws that
<.; ; copious analysis of the article : we both sides of the river, chew, as plainly a* certain from the nearly horizontal position trees, poplars and walnuts, with the low were formed for the co>crtineut ol the political -
.... do little more than point out some of demonstration caif speak, that those strata of the ,rocky strata, no far as they land hickory, often intermixed with groves association.\
lOll leading features, and.leave the reader were all deposited in .a tranquil state, have fuhetr. :observation; and it I. also of nccacia or black locust, honey locust & Gin. That Texas is responsible for the expenses
," the learned and luminous and,that in the course of ages they have certain that it was preceded and necompanied solitary trees of bet'kberry-un the dry of her armies now in the tiild.
through the Interesting valley of been cut through by the abrasion and teor by the occasional flooding of lands plains back of the bottoms, the Persimmon, 7th That the public faith of Texas ii
v the Ohio. This valley, be is aware,totals ing away of the waters. The hills border- probably islands, abounding with tropical American date tree, grows in great lux pledged for tl.e pat Plt'nt of any debt contracted -
only a section of the greater valley, which ing the rivers and creeks have all been form- plants and trees, which were deposits urlance; its rich, glossy leaves emulating by her ages to
'(probably combining similar resources) in ed in the same way ; the ridges correspon- in the cont measure of the valley. Thereis the orange in bi auty. If the soil is giaelly 8th. hafshe will' reward by donations
?. tervenc between the Allegheny and the ding to the course of the streams and a degree of probability, little short or the red cedar springs up, and along in land nil who volunteer their services in
.Rocky Mountains-to which the tide Qf not the streams to the ridges; and al, certainly tint th..*trees and plant the rocky sides of the creeks the hemlock her present struggle and receive< them as
s emigration is rapidly flowing-and which, though there Is a considerable, descent! or near the spot where the remains gretron art' spreads in rich green branches and taper citirens. *
aoooer than be.perhaps anticipate, will, from their heads to' their outlets, yet the now found, for they arc universally lay in a'' ing tc'li. The rocky cliffs are ornamented Time Ueeluratioiii we solemnly avow
r' like the maritime States, becomo the abode hills and ridges are considerably hlghe horizontal position, as if laid with the rogebay and kalmia latifolia to the world, and cali ,God 9' civilization and the arts. near their head than at their months, whichis down by water ; in, general, their tranquilly delicate While the red men possessed the country truth and sincerity, and invoke' defeat and
; We subjoin the Introductory sectIon o f evidently attributable to the! greater abrnhipn forms are perfectly indicating and every autumn set fire to the fallei disgrace upon our heads: ,'should wt prove
the article before alluded to-next another and wearing away of the genera gentledep4M.ii ., jrelifJrved. are mixed leaves- the forests presented a most noble guilty of duplicity.
s .upon forest trees, and the soils to which surface III'e approach the Ohio, on together in confusion, it of course implies Mud enchanting 8pp arllnre. The annual : [Here follow the signatures.]
IA they are congenial-and end with a third account of he action of the waters a correspondent agitation of the wn firings prey enting the grow th of shrubs& ,This wax piiblikbctLal ban Felippe on the
of kind to chew that which deocc tided, the underbrush and the 7th ult.-Ed.; Ik *
a lighter the writer into lower purls ter. That they are the growth and deposit destroying lower -
amuses also, while he instruct' of the valley before the present channels uf of remote periods of ,time, is inferred branches of the trees, the, eyri roved In addition to the news contained in the
The region embraced In the following the water courses were formed. This i II fronrthe specific difference of of the with delight, from ridge to ridge and I official letter from head queries, which is
observation,'extend over a*space of,four made evident from the wasting and wearing fossil? plants! in the different beds many, compn from hill to hill which like divisions of 1 published in to-day's pb|,('r, learn frtm
j or five dereesln latitude by a* many In away of several of the deposits, which arefonndint1ieheHdsoflhestrrnmsatthedrntl ; red Kith' those of modern. times, and front an immense temple, were 'crowded 'with I a gentleman, who bas JIU.' returned frcm
longitude, having the Appalachian range t\It'vast deposits! of sand and clay, "bid, I. innumerable pillars, the branches whose I "amp"lbltt, by. means of a fats: of the
of mountain for its base on the south and of many feet below t.e fUI: I"ceo ; and which. separate them these are not leer shafts interlocking formed the orchwork' enemy's shot, v\bi h had Lft'Uld.eIl II
; feqnently
east, and the termination of the sandstone ft. th..nnejSf tug hundred feet iu tlitcxncss, .., uf p- w.i..4 *.Wy w..f which C ,V.*ilt Out *T. ..p.l..mkir * 1v1 q J "'] t' *Wi r eh.--.w :''a/.ftM"ewty' antics"YrsttltAn"JUl.T\ as will be more fully shown in the sections! of and crowned, the whole. Out since the in the w all* of the chtm h, Hi BUCcesshnsiniipired -
;;4"01 ) including the north went not from any dip in an opposite direction, strata different places.' It is the opinion white amen took possession, the Annual: them with, a determination -
with
Uon of Pennsylvania and Virginia, for the inclination of the strata is with the of most geologists of this age, that the tropical files have been diet:kedyHind the woodland 'not to raise 'tne slcge, until heavier
a the north east part of Ohio and a snialtraftt course of the stream, that is, towards the plants, found in the coal beds, are now filled with .bruLund young trees i rann'vn' hall arrive, vliich, it. is htpcd,
,10 the north east termination of that the Ohio fiver, or she centre: of the valley. either r-n, or very near the pot where grew obstructing the vision on every aide, and will be in a few daya.-Ib.
;tmaense valley which, lice between the This fact is finely illustrated in a deposit they are now Inhumed ; and that the climates diverting these once beautiful forests into.
Rocky mountains leghany range on the, which, and in the ridge, which divides these water been! changed by the gradual alternation From the article- 7l/x ., pappearM .* front the vast profusion of ,marine from those of Will's creek, in Ohio. The which have taken place on the surface other tit Ktnavha. by a party of ten or fiOet'u Face or Cad-
f fossil found imbedded In the rocky; bJUa are about three hundred feel in height earth by tho changing of oceans into On the southern und cstern head brandies do liidhn The house was: constructed
'strata, was at sorae.remoto period the bed and the place here spoken of is about thir dry land ; the same latitudes covered with, the holly IK very abundant, cheering all is, usual in this country, of logs, and
j of an ocean. tyht miles north of Marietta. A bed or or surrounded by water, being from the thin lonely winter with its ever green leaves corn-bled of two cabins, connect d together.
That the change wa gradual, from the coal, five feet in thickness appears on the known capacity of water to retain and e- and bright scarlet ben ics. Many of the One of the room w as evacuttttd by
'dominion of the water. to that of dry land, fare of the hills at an elevation of two hundred qualize caloric, much warmer while in this hJ1I.and ridges us they approach the mouutains the faiuily, and the Indians proceeded to
'A t Is inferred from the horizontal and tranquil feet above the bed of the creek, and I I. condition, than after becoming dry land. are covered with eitensive.forests plunder and net fire to it. '1 In- oilier r<,om
state.of the rocky strata; bearing few also found for many miles,arounil in the Some attribute the greater warmth of the chesnut'having in early days afforded a was heroically defended ; and the Indians
,, or no mark of violence, or sudden forcer adjacent hills of the opposite ride of the val' earth in the higher latitudes in the earlier grateful repast to the v lid tenants of tile< retired! leaving two of their number dead
having ever been applied, so as to break ley, and at the same elevation. Thereof oC'' periods, to the greater internal heat, w hid wood. The bear, the deejr aid the wild and two badly wounded. Mrs. Taylor acted -
r or disturb the community"of the beds, as i is the coal Is composed of bituminous shale, supposed to have gradually declined turkey associated in countless number I\t with much intrepidity.and rendered
so oftea. and almost universally seen, 10Ir.ftlJtJou' upon which rests course sandstone of near The deposits of,sar.d, clay &e, over the the season of their ripening, and futtenccon bet husband great assistance in repelling
I and primitive' regions, where Iv eighty feet In thickness. As via descendthe coal, and in alternation-with It, must have ( the nuts which covered the ground In the savages. The Indians, after leaving
.the rock are found lying In all degree1' of creek, the approaches the surface been produced by,aqueous ng..neyl! seine more rf cent days, the Inhabil.nlS .drove tl/u J.uuKe, vented their r gel.y killing the
.,!inelldation, from a vertical to a horizontal and the sandstone beet sues more thin, un,. (orm,*eitber In lakes! or in bays, estuaries heir log from considerable distance to ata.ek. None of the family icceiveo: any
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,. position.' That this ocean rolled its wave til at the distance! of twenty five miles, the or lagoons of the ocean or in gently flowing feed upon the "mast" in these! mountain : iujuiy. Aa soon a*. information of the
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and itt tides over this valley for an Im- coal wholly" disappears with the stratum water. ,)fro Parkinson in his "Intro ,districts and at this tint irt.favorable nca. fai \ rendied.. the rangers, ihey. promptly
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mease period of time, .ta inferred from the of sandstone rock and the strata below duction: to the study of Organic Remains," sonic, a man, with. a rake, can gather a 'attended, but y eme unable to lane any tia-
great thickness of the rocky atrata, which come to the surface In'nearly the same or- makes the following remarks:-"Dy there number ol bushels in a day. Thirty year Cfkoflhe suvages.
jiave, .been ,penetrated to the-: depth 0 r. der IB which they appear at the distance or I facts we learn that at some remote pea rod since, about the period of my beron.ing an We J'd\'cfthelle: details, from a gcnll -
'more than :a 'houeand"ol feet, 'withou twenty live miles! above. TJie inference I is, of the existence of this planet, it must have inhabitant in the valley ol the Ohio, the < man who was at the house a day or Iwo
reaching the primitive rock.. That- the that tills coal deposit had been laid bare by abounded lt ilh plants the succulent kind, wild turkey was found in jutonisliing a- liner the event.-ff. q. Jiulktin.CINCINNATI .
primitive rocks lie at great depth may be the wasting away of the superincumbent 'and as it appears from their remains in bundance many hundreds being, on favorite -
inferred also fiom th.. color of the sandstone strr and had finally itself been decomposed great variety of form and luxuriancy of grounds, often seen iu one Nov. 21. .
rock none of them being red bordered by the action of the atmosphere and size. These, (rom what is discoverableof flock. They ere so little alarmed atthe itrtrriV E "tfurdi"or-,y enter-
In.'teU'!:taiii ranges, they are by, frosts, and washed away by the rain.. The their structure, were beset with seta &: sight of their natural man, that day morning' had the pleasure of acting a
r resting on the transition aerie; the co operation U stilt going on t and rocky strata spine; w ere not formed for the ford of animals they often entered his fields close to the remarkably Slime lot of fioh luxuries
)1' being>> probably produced by! the heat and coal are daily laid bare and are fount nor from the nature of the substance door of his cabin 'aud partook the 'corn ought by' the fast "Ojsler Line" of
to-the the derivative rocks, by the wasting away" in the bed of streams,' and ef,which they were composed, were they be had thrown out to his hogs 'They rl- Messrs. GaklJ and llazen-in five du) and
strata when in a stale of fusion, torrents in the elevated parts of the valley. fitted to be applied to the various purposestowhich so regaled themselves from. that standing in tin hours from Ualtimoro lo this city.
which a*we hare the best ground to believe The same process which ("uaWIlY the wood'the product of the earth at the fields., At' this period, s "back oodi- 11 ey consist i of lobsters, hats, pike, black
1 I was once the condition all crystalline sandstone rocks in forming the bed of the .subsequent period, has.been found to be man" eatablutbH'i himself or nearto I daunt and cod fab'oystersorangesc4e.&c -
rock Fragments of sandstone rueke, Ohio- li still in force in the small streams so excellently adapted by man. Their remains the eastern bra o<.ties cf Iff!"'. river le- A number of these article bat e nev-
through all part of the valley are easy changed and rivulets Which run into It from the hills.If it must al.o be remarked, are now tweet Marietta.and Cl lkaburib Va. lie er before (so far as we are iuforn.ed) been
to red, by subjecting them to the beat it Is a considerable stream) the strata or found in conjunction with that substance bad erected cabin and oFetreea small brought fresh and iu good order to this
I ofastrougJIre, showing that they do Dot rock are cut away at tha mouth as low as which nature has,In all probability formed 'clearing. In the autumn, he enclosed a market. One! of the./if.h,'a v cry large froh
lack the chemical constituent of the old the bed of the river a* yen approach the from them.and which by the peculiar ecounmical tot near his door, in which to feed and fat- cod, .vas purchased front tle-: \itt York \
r' red sandstones and that they have not been .hill* and ascend toward. its II"acthft bottom modification of its combustibili ten.bis hogs. A flock o( about thirty turkeys market, uu Friday evening, a week from
.eXDOllelS to any heat. of the stream is composed of sandstone ty Is rendered an available article of fuel, attracted by the corn came regular yesterday being unly a little over six day
In: the vicinity of Flint ridge," which,! la I rock with, occasion*! cascades, over which If this be admitted to be the origin-of coal; ly morning and o-nDID -with. ircrn eily to Uu>>! .
evidently a deposit from hot water I have, the water, as. It falls acquire force in proportion a satisfactory cause will, appear for the,: the bocs, which being themselves in thoseearly If such thing can be done i In the pres-
seen sandstones highly colored with. veins to It* elevation, sod finally wears vast abundance of vegetable matter with days, well fed, when every kind:"oi r eat state of the roads, a hat -may w'e anticipate
aged, basin every :other place near, the away the solid rock till all obstructions areremo.o4. which in beastly age, the earth must, food was abundant, made no opposition tb I when a railroad shall be completed
centre of the ,valley which I have visited, Example may be seen in all the have been stored.: This vast, and in any heir visit The owner of the cabin, standing Ouftlao \ 'the some! distance ?.- /Aff.
they are'uaiversWygrey ash colored, or bill and mountain torrents. The process other view .lurM, creation, will thin; be iu>the door. however every day shot I -
a' brown, according to the' tint of he ailex, now pursued ,by the ..smaller streams, U ascertained Iq have been a benrflcient arrangement one or Iwo of the unsuspecting birds: see It has been estimated that the amount of
mica, lime, or clay, which entered.\ into doubtless the sametvlth that of the larger by Providence for man. the befog lag no person near, they were but liule alarmed team and other boats, finished and titled
their composition. in by-gone ages. of a creation ot a latter period." by the report of the rifle, nor were out, al the port of Pittsburgh, within one
That the change was, gradual, from'thecoftdltJon .1t.p 'afl probable that before the growth" FOMUT Tar.pi As these hay frightened away by the aught of their year up to the Ut of January 1KJ, v*"
i : of an ocean to that of dry land, .. of trees, shrubvand grasses had commented Valuable of the interesting & dead companions. In this manner, without taouitt. to .., mitt;.*of! dullartvery
alit Inferred; from the valley taking the pr" or' had made any great progress in much productions the soil depend so leaving the door of hi* hut the owner laudsome item fronTpi *out of the many
seat bed of the Ohio rier for the centre or clothing the hills, and face pf Ibe.valley M on exposure -andgrologieal composition at the time-of my information had abe produces:! }
moat depending part of the elevation of Lb."surface with prmeDJ.cIt'*,"ere more 'm- of the eartb tn which they grow, a killed out of thirty \& .
at the head of the Metkmgum and] dept and the 'elrarfon* of the surface by short description introduced of them in maybe very appropriately The some twenty mao.seven had .lens at that =Y"in 'Letter' rwfived |In New. York per |the
other streams, which take their rise"in the rain and torrent much company with
ere more rapidly thai
possession a tame female deer which brig Hiram from Marseilles dated al
the : ,
able land between Lake Erie and the Ohio accomplished than after that topographical history of the region to ,
period. &
be bad I.
taken niy and theZd October board the
which found young: brought up port on on
being only about four hundred feet ,above While part of the valley wi* yet covered they are The whole valley'was he
afewyesrs urinceclothed with with his children They soon,become tem hip i John AJams. 'a l Ml letter conduces
'ihe moat of the former river, having a with water evaporation was much more immenae -,
kably docile and much attached b I / write more fullr
v lag w ill
forests of the > y $o.) ,
moo-be.ulillll
&eeent of a little over < abundant J.it.b
and the rains mOle the aonth aide, the dope which Are fast disappearing before the hand their home. This deer, in the summer & by the Delaware 74,. from Mahon,
equally gradiiaVtmtil tropical climates te.riDup'ucI wearing .
the of .hills ; of cultivation. On the bicherridge,the soil autumn, nude daily, visit to the 'surrounding vessel will .uil for tee Vtittd StatnJUtotat
range connected
the surface
with and
away great facility, forests for food. A '
t her she often Ikerf
retard at
4 of which is vas get
mountain make their composed dUtintrgrated ,
the saQd-
with appearance affecting greater change la the features of -
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distance of from fiO'to 70 mile from stone the favorite abode of the ebeuauf"Cbe.tDY.k brought with her a companion, one
at *
e 4he- valley In one. rescue than can now beaeromplithed marked
T toe Ohio the rt then become much 1* found. '- .. -J er bore of the wild deer of the wood, A worthy that If oat
I more la many'eah.The rootsaftije which at that day were far wuul4 draft of *>>.
aeal himself io t
DOle strong
...raghjg! *om4 Places, especiallyew tree The tjevated flats and of broad'ridaVlioae jnamer- '
npl .. ;t.nd.he sauce r they had tops oas ban the domestic cattle of the' presentperiod place kit. feef (lo:af butlet.'tIC coW water,
n'er. above the mouth, Gaui ,- talen potaeasloii of vpe giving. flrm- ( IOU contains considerable sand r Qa appromrhiaIbe'.cabin .the and sbovei'and he-iJDl1
the
Jlaeje tongs,
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kf forty of fifryailea,, Thoepor-' in them, manner .that ibe trees, IImnr... .put' des .lal the)"Olio.., ou; mine MM t..1aaUf.to ex- "'Joy ple.aMirff from: III. stable ftrcc.
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tij"NS llI1, .... :: and ofnutn, will. render. it uninh luil.e, of marque and reprisal.The credit of thhr peaceable Ictminaiiou of thequeniion .fI dmI I.tralon having
SATURDAY DICEMfERI2ll3.; "' by any other peoples emigrant from New Orleans in Nathiloches is justly due. by the Court of probate
Bexar has been fortified by Gen. Co, (' I'let had arrived; and enlisted in of the city ofNew York to Com- Isaac
A meeting of such of thVcllITeni oTPenricola who now occupies the place with seven the army of l uaa. Ihe number sent from /Yom the A*. Or/,".... Der. 'hatinrcy on the estate of Commodore
a* feel lutercsl in ihe subject, Is hundred Mexican troops. The town hasbeen the "Ilft'rellt State amount now to about Additional confirmations of the captureof \olcott thauncey deceased, late of this
Invited at Mr. Collins Hotel surrounded with ditches five feet in DO men. lompico by General Mchla haw teen Territory, the subscriber' hiss been duly
on Monday depth and near twelrebroad, and the Cftlth ecvivedln town-which Is now placed be p.ointed agent for said administrator,
1 evening, at 7 o'clock, to make arrange from them ha been thrown up Inside-soa The I'iclfbttrp 7V fry-The Cincinnati \ yond doubt. The port collector of Tarnilcotn fur the purpose nfsctiling the estate
I ments for forming a Steam Saw Mill Com. to form an t'fficiendf'fl'n'e.. *1 he ditches Gazette publishes a h.tlrrJrnm D. W. writing ihhMmljtcl" lathe naval nf aid deceased in the Territory of
pany. have been filled with water from the slui IIICLU'M, an IIg'\I clergyman, the father of officer at Matamoina, mlil t lat as noon asMehh lorida, A earnestly quests all per
cue "which were employed) to Irrigate the tine or Ihe five gambit hung by the citizens bad landed and taken posMension of eons hating claims against the said
The following Is extracted by request' fields. Artillery are mounted upon the of Vicksburg addressed to the governor be lily, hundred*of Mexican volunteered ,state' of said deceased lo present them duly
from a late Pittsburg paper. Signor Abbou. top of the great church and other advanageono for justice. The aged father g ive* a augment his liul. arm)' llmt debarked ,authenticated tohlm for payment, as he i istreparrd
Y petitions.'rhegarrison have t\ven. brief statement' of the affair at Vicksburg, from this port-noi only wiih the Intent of and anxious to settle the same
dios, to whom relates., I I. now In thiscity, y.eight piece of cannon. and. affirms that there is no part of Ihn VuteU securing the state of Taiuanlipa' in Its on- \thbf".t drilY
and, as will appear by' his, advertisement! The main army of the colonists, under Htalt''. Inwhichthevieeol'gautblingis position to centralism, butof marching di RblJT JONER.A .
in another column, proposes! to astonish, our the ,command of Gun., Stephen F. Austin so generally! practised among the officers of reedy again Santa Anna himself. rent fur the Administrator,
citizens on Wednesday evening next. and numbering near erne thousand he 'law from the Sw;>rew. Judge does When General Mehia left New Orleans Dee. Iitk, 1838, 40.-lf. '
rile,, are now besieging the pint'e 5 but In tAt ln HiLle. His. appeal for justice fur Tampieo he lied resolved on l Ifrcom J M"jiiitj'tTDTo '
.Hocra Pott 8.-During the present weekwe hey have 1ml five peie-e* of cannon, and concludes in the following terms. In* mailer of that ('il'hlrh had \irlul-
indulged ourselves visiting the rooms none of them exceeding six pounds calibre 'I'hete ore startling truths', and I ale I ly been promised him by the lo'etnouudinhl Tull:A'rlllsa'
of a performer legerdemain and a Yankee The whole army are now ailing the arrival tide to them not to palliate the offence but! ilant. \ and then to impot and era- F.XTBAOIIVINAR80lnE3,
AVe King. To former of these gen \ of a Uvelvo pound gun-nde, vvhich ills lo show that the recent crusade' at "\\1'1.. hlltlo on the whole seaboard line of the T lit: telr rated Magician Scnr. ADUOUlllOS -
tlemen, who we behevti is an Italian, but toped will be sufficient to knock down theenemy's burg was not to much the result e>f a deep Mate of Taltlalllipu.-'I'b\1\ effectually adrantageou.fyknown.' in
wa a pupil of the celebrated M. Saubert I defences.Tine and hbidmg sense of juitlice and virtue, as been done: or ItO ship| hat left Matamoras the United Mule, bating arrived JA thi*
of Part*,absolutely put our st'n"eor seeing long eighteen pounder bieh came it waauf wicked heart, bad passions, per or 'lUTIp l'O since his landing, ands none city, from the North vn hi IA.a1\the New
to utter roo fusion. ,Our reason was con from New Orleans, unfortunately, wa,not' sonal revenge, and a reckless spirit of insubordination are permitted) lit depart except for Texas Orleans', ha* the honor to inform Ladies
f tanlly convicted of error by the observation accompanied by any shot titling Us calibre,, to the laws. As evidence and New Orleans | and none to anchor. and Gentlemen, that he will gitej few icprem -
of our eyes, or else our "e'e. were and this little oversight \\ 111 coat the country one of the prin'ljllllllrlone.as in the con, edit from these! rluces.'hi.. s)'lcin of 'ntatiutrs' n0 his w i'Helmut"Art, came
made the fool of the other senses.<' We a delay and expense greater than the slant habit of v lulling gaming houses', and blotkadesecutts iht ncr,tii gsol An I him ; menclnit tin Widndtmt etenlng December16th .
thought we had seen marvellous things before cost of fifty guns. And lba>U not all-for who had previous!)', b)' his reductive nrts and mut effectually prevent the Meviqtngoverrmtui i iNvfl. 'Ihe cnteiikit.u will be in '
but we have now nearly learned) no if the twelve pouiyler should not prov e safe' contributed perhaps more thnn any other i4m.dmstgaLynt.ru.tsto I i... against two ports ,
more to think any thing ,a'wonder. The licienl to demolish the enemy'. works', the man, to lead mforlunate' victim of his the lexican Part liift, w ill be competed t>f a numberof
toggle-.of Asia would have been outdone place must be taken by assault, at the expense pt'rlCtlnlll'cIIII'on'e into these ktuksof inlquiiv. 'Ihe friends of'Uxas and of rcpublicaiguuriunentmMixitoma his I'hxsieal' Mechanical,. Phaniascopal,
by what we sometimes were tempted to of the lives of muny brave men, )' pent'it've them ii- stud Magical experiment. ,
consider more than mortal. Once or twice whom both humanity and policy call upyn .linclosed are the names ofi-ixtfen persons lore the Issue of the prevent sin ggles 01 Part second, will be composed of the
we found ourselves looking towards his u* lu save from the sacrifice. w hot were engaged In tils! horrid tragedy Hunt Anna for mrm-macy and military beautiful extraordinary amusing recrea
:feet In the expectatIon of 'seeing a hoof A parly of hostile Indian have killed and the name of nine WIIIU.SMCS 01 ('olltroll. certain ; Mild the days of devise tions. A great many Itlclea will "appear
that would have marked his identity w ifh Lieutenant Collinsworth in the vicinity the fact which humbly trust )ou "illforward struggles ncuriy uuuibtred. 'I he TtxtaM and diouppcar' in the mewl 'ritaordlnaiymanner.
a certain character that shall be nameless of Ooliad. He was a brother of the com without delay to the AtUrmv (.flee IIOW their CII\'IIIY concentrate! ouun. He, will metamorphose e great
,To attempt to so with him through his inandt of the gallant band w ho look Goli General, or either ofliccr at 1'iekshusg [>id up in ban Anlooiu without any hope many things to Ve distributed among \h..
tricks would he as Useless as impossible; ad { and for courage and skill n* a marksman of ueor,without )irovMons, without exlernal Ladle '1 bo rtotu t ill be brilliantly' .dceo- ,
and indeed,' we have but little inclination I ho had no.superior in the colonists commumcntion so that pitulalion\ 01 rated.
to make an effort. Those who can feel army. Respectfully, DUKE W. HULLUM.'" victory iui.\ .l khorlly follow-and this ma)' Price o(Tlekel., froth Pests | 1,.forebil.dren
interested in witnessing how far deception The schooner San Felipo,"which had .. by brought by ntxl advices from Texan. aOc.-Back: seal fiOc.ICJ" ff
may be practiced upon our opllC'lIVe been pressed Into the public service, and MOINTAINH OF CAROLINA. 1'.a u ally fortunate must the results l e : Pcrstm wishing to obtain send for ,
would recommend to go and see .this gen was sent on a cruise against) some Mexilai Under this bead, the Rakigh Register for Mexican r 'publicanwm,for Ah art t com six nights can be accommodaled with lick.. '. \
tlemnn. It la a common saw that i I. in the men-ofwar which are blockading our publishes interesting article in laiion lo nunding In tin, south is favored by tin CI. fur half piit-e Application to be made" .,. '
mouth of almost"every body, that seeing port, was driven ashore otfMaiagorda, the mountainous region of North Carolina,' slates ofOii/abn, ttuanahualo, 1I01l- f) ant! at Mr. Cullinse.IIuteL >w
i Is believing," and it often i Is the case through the carele>siit'nsof a drunken mate from the pen of a scientific gentleman, MchiH In the iiorth will be uided by tin \\;unit k Co t111ttthrr ift\.tJ
that we only believe front seeing: Here By the most vigorous & persevering exertions which II shall take occasion hereafter I to mates of Jacalecas', Miehogoncit'-and rl. the Dlr er'l Shop next door loihft>< ']
{ i the transmission and transfiguration of a bho was got off, but leaked so much transfer to our co.umns: From ibis pane lulianeoif movement will now lo mad AT Hank ofPensacola. V..I
great variety of article in such a manner that they "were compelled to run her ashore we are not a little astonished lo learn flint on the city of Mexico: itself. txi iTiuch fur July, If1 -10.-W.
h as to elude our most perfect vigilance, again, to save the live*of ihe crew. the highest mountain of nf the United Slat the dictatorial assumption of btmta A mm. _
force an admission that we should sometimes Four hundred men from Ihe garrison ofBexar U: to be found in North Carolina I It is c- the convucror of Tanmlipns und father:; 01 A T a meeting .,the board of director of
rely on things that we have not nccn made a sortie upon party of colonists ten so The loftiest peak of the Bine! hU country 11 I 2\ The Alabama, Florida,. and Georgia
-not one fourth of their numbers Mountmn, In \'ancey county in that Slate Hail It,ad Company. It w'a.ordered That ;d
from the Heft Orleans Courier. bill were defeated with 1 loss Major Fan- is, it appear* more than 200 feet above Stork Jobbing,-In the'.ame of stix'k in pursuance of the directions[ of the charter
A meeting! of the(citizens of the Town rain, who comm in,le l company of ihe party Mount Wellington, III New Hampshire, hitherto jobbing the tmmll fry play at great (odd an'election for eight Director, will take
an.1 neigbnrhond of Raton Rouge took assailed, took from the enemy braes accounted the highest mountain In wilt the big fi>h. The large capitalist i.hice at the Hail Head Office, In the City of
place at the Court House on Thursday SIX pounder after a desperate struggle-the the Union Tint fact itself is not so astonishing hate It in their power to biruk np the (mule iiiuicoln, on the (tint Mondny of January
last agreeably to previous announcement Major having kil'eila! soldier of the famous says the Register, an thut the tint- ones L)' 'cornering them whilst the lull 1&11at 4 o't Im-k in. the afternoon.
for the purpose' of consulting CHI the expediency Morelos battalion, while in the very act of revery of it should not have been sooner ours Can utter corner the big. VIII''. Lit I W. II. CHARE
I, of uniting: with the Carrollton and spiking the gun-by a weapon which was made. suppose a cane to prove this portion. A /Yr,r. '/the Hoard of Dim tort
Bayou Sara Rail Rend Com puny in the erection sent to him by Mr. Toby of your city. 8. gircnuttHk, which for the sake of mnvnicncti *- .. III l\iRV IIVRRSK
ol a lateral road. From tAt Jaekfontillf ftmrier.We "e11I call ho Humbug stock, I I. pro. tern,
General Philemon Thumbs w:a* called 10 I from the A''!w'Orteant Uutletin. have this week the melantholy task created to the extent of a million of dollar D cc. ftlh. l ;.u.CloUalnl .-- fit.
the Chair ami Samuel L. Islet appointed LATEST rsox: TEXAS loaiinounii-lhcileathof Mr. ELUAU ,WiUAM It happens tote C In the market below paTen (:' :Kulnliltblimcnt.TDK .
Secretary. Thoma' G. Morgan. Esq IIIa Our latent intelligence from Texas In h) *. theditorofIhiapaper. lie died Oil cipllulirts hocnueach rl iw# lUU.UU Subscriber having formed co-
lucid end eloquent manner explained. the the flt'hr.. Louisiana, 8 day from llrn/o-: theSaliut, in tbe thirl)'.fourth year of his. combine together to run upon thus slot I I.. .n-blp with Mr. F, A. nail, the
object of the meeting. ria, b) the politeness of whose conman- \ Of Bbenezer and< age. Mr. "il Im.1,11 the only son bUJin w ill his future le conducted In the
The Chairman appointed a Committee der and a respectable commercial house II. W illinnis Esq of Doerfield or the hole of It, even at some lid\allC't! h of
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composed of :M*<.r.. T. G. Moriran, Jama w'e are put in possession, of files of the Mass. lie was gradnaltdal Harvard Unlter of price. They may occasjunally' rlta I
Mcl'Alop/ P. A Wilker. Joh.n 'land A Telegraph to Stet November 7 days hater iiy in the clas, *of 1823. Ihs education sties purposely at a rOOu'tloo'If' II""dul'lulltillg m glf HALL.7IerNlatnt
1W Ogden to drsflresolutons" } who, alter the content of which have beets most appearance: to I Iht stock anmay r
a recess, returned sand presented, the following anticipated, and notl,ing of great importance hm talents and him therei'ilie|*fairest clabilityeifhiseoniicclionx of even cnu"o it to con ylnM!-.11 who ar', They )have received their tall and \\InI..r -

re-plution' .which. was unanimously had transpired since the previous "C'C'f'tUlln gave life, and exciltll the moat prospect sanguine not inthe secret that thin slock will fait again supply of Reasonable' .(.fJtllh' mid f
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adopted. dates. fly this vessel we .here also mother of his future usefulness lie below pur. Tliey thin' ,order MM man) loihiiiK:, among wTidcli are tfuutrflne,
Whereat: citizens of this parish are letter from our intelligent correspondent hope com-. shares .lobe ngrclmstd on lime us teller 11111(' plat, riownOlhedrccn Cadet *
deeply interested in the Rail Road which U which...ppeur.lo another column. We niLUCctilhepraeliceofluwinhiHitalivelovvn.Aflcr can he found to ('ClIIIII\f>I 'for, and If they' Hid I( mlxt Uroad (lolha, Ca slmeres.8st'
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about to bo made by the Carrollton Rail give tell the extracts of interest from the pursuing profsssiou n )ears, should ,In- able; to find gudgeon enough liners and fine V."sllngs.;-AuK>, Pool
e Road: Company and arc drslroiu and willing Telegraph. The military movements mentioned aiming: 4It for a hinioelf more expeditious fortune: and means fame lie of entered acquiring tf'.dylo vrnllow the hook! (hey nmy non' hoer,lingan, Hats, Cap, Glove, l'....
to contribute' their aid in the accomplishment in our letter confirmed in the papers. sibly purchase a h.ilf of a million of dollar lireltus, w lilt) a general Assortment of all article -
mercantile few
into butminese-Daring
of auelr a worth ,tllt'lL.Vlttil usually fwimd In their, line of bnslN -
r an important! object- J'ppln.nlion to which Die health be of } the! day of deliver J
Therefore., ," We are informed, by letter from headquarters year and hq induced to approaches the sellers find to their! sorrow nt..
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Resolved, That a committee of fire persons that an engagement took place In Florin, and to take hit M Editorial: chargeof tome, that the stock instead of falling lea rl'n II.-(JarmqiUof all description*made, J "
be appointed to ('orrClpond.with the on the 8tb insl. between a small detachment the Courier, with the hopu that tho-inild and whentho, day tomes round they Cm to order at short notice, and warranted fof I s
President and Director o( said company, of our troops and a party of Mexican ties of this clime niiithl effect a reiioration there 1 Is not a chare in tho market for sale give satisfaction.\\ ,
respecting the location of the route of Aid soldiers,, which suited favourably. Tbe of his* debilitated system. Of his ability and They am thus at the wrrcyof the buy D. A. NORTHROP f
rod through their parish and to report Ian CirI'Um8tlU'helf! these I a company success in conducting this we aced' era who are now Ibe only holders\ : and. who Deer. 8ih, lf.-38-3t.. .
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adjourned meeting to be called by the (consisting of about forty men, under the not Npeak Tbe large nnmbtrofitssi.bw.ribers may ifthey'clioose: demand a.hundred pfifni. Petition to. 'wrjUr' "xt'
1 committee, the information which they command of Capt. Austin, was ordered to iii this sparsely populated purtfunnfmur arirmice on the block, or porn; andibtadn the Cwntty offVaahfrrgtoe freelow'y
may obtain and such plan as they may; proceed to Abe west, to intercept some, country, I I. the best encomium. Mr. William it, or break up time. relletn. .. .,;.,. ufu Mortturt.Thoma '
devise, connected with raid object, for the troop which were expected lo reinforce wa a man of amiable dipsoitiou and Now ihisoii ration, as we have said ran *' M. White administrator"of"W/ki/ ,'
interest and benefit of the parish. General Cos, and to burn the grass for, affable ma liners. HKM ensured him the never be perforrwd by the'WI"II"pltIU"t.! limo J. Walton, t.*,David J. fehackejford.'
The Chairman then appointed the gentlemen thirty or forty miles beyond San Antonio. society and friendship of those who had the 1 he)' raniMit" rombliie\ aa other can, and ,Richard Shackelford, inward hacka>
already named as member of the After having proceeded' three or four miles,,. pleasure of bis acquaintance. But 4he *eclalcUlo > Ihf rifore it I is dept! that the odds are again ford, Leland Trippe, Sampson ftemneibv
committee\ mentioned In the foregoing re a Sir. House of Spring Creek, fell from those who knew him the most I iLem. Thecouiwt I I. precikcly like ,that heirs at law ot NalhanSbakelford,",,<.
solution.On his horse! and broke hi* neck "which resulted intimately\ -will best appreciate-his' lewis. : between two men fighting, one of whom acd. '
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motion the meeting adjourned sin iu bi* death. A' messenger wa' then I II standing the dark and the other in this
will the chasm which bl death
I They feel fllHK defendant,' and alt other &ie'IIC>>
the informs -
'die. despatched to to
camp, give light The former ran see perfectly the
ha occasioni-d. To of them. it J
some can ,lifted Jhal<< a petition hal been filed la
P. THOMAS, Chm'n. lion of the unfortunate occ\irrenre. A position of hhmdrrp-nry and can tbf'frekIIuw ,
close till death them to
8. L. ISLET, SeThe :!. I patsy of twenty-seven men, under com-j meet never him. summons boW'IOllt.lkct him wltheffeet.,Thelaf. the CO\lrI.ror..ld to foreclose a mortgage e
executed by Nathan SJiackelford. Mullm
mand of Captain Bird was ter ran only guess at tae! position of 1iladversary -
following is \ complete list of the! dared out to bring In the body., In eif'MJ. PAllu Nov. 24. ,and ,hue doc* sea him at alIt J. Watson,on the undivided lot crest.of
members elect of the next Legislative! CounciL ling this orders Captain Bird1 company; ltlpMa, is M obscurely a* hardly ttv amount u' .aid', Sliaekclford the South West quarter .
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,t" was attacked by a company of the Morelos The If talher.-Ihewcalherhaiingbetnso "visiuiu} 11 i I. asussi iMhiiiff thai small dealef'. of Section! tfiL Township Iwo; Range/ sr
In the County of Alacbua. Samuel Y. cavalry, to the number of about one bun- mild up to Saturday evening last, many do hot see this,and withdraw from a con fifteen., North and WetoIn'lbe County of
Walker. .' -, .* and person had made their mind that we Washington. .. ,' .
; derd sixty-Captain Dird gate order up test with men w ho ran raise or depress
Columbia-Rigdon Drown. to hi*company loTorro for battle, In order w ere to hue 00 cola weather this season marlcta'IJtalUre. and thus bring about ALLEN II. DU8H,
Duval John Warren. .. the But Sunday morning brought with it a cole Ally for Pet tt... .
f to give! time to bearers of the corpse to a rise or fall that will put money into. their) "
1M-ambhi-JaC'Uw MortonrTho: MBlonnt reach a ratine,.which was not far distant J N. H mow and rainstorm; which, continued pnt'ke..P 14. GU%., Noyv28ih, 183.1x-. 99.-4m. _
'. the enemy Ihcrr opened a fire which ."was through the day and night, and u'nlil '
Franklin-Abraham'K. Allison. returned by a part Captain Bird* torn the |x'lining of this paragraph, late last l'U117' -- -- ---- 141110 Grocerler, .
Gadsden-Daniel L. Kenan,Isbam Jojinson. patsy, who Immediately retired lo the. ravine evening. The mercury ojiFrirlar rose to (I' JNSH'IJ/.A., D' Teal,.
";?. and there commenced a fire upon the Cfl ; but on Sunday morning It hud sunk Qce" .
to 36, and Monday morning to 83. If we lrnerf
I"'milton-William M Hunter.Ilillsboroujh enemy, which caused them lo retreat pre- :
-Samuel Mile cipitately toward the foil, with the'los. of mblakenot, we shall have ,inter enough 8chr, Pocahcotas, Finch, N. Orleans, JUST l't.u1vo.Hiy recent arrival Ja from; '
Jefferson-Everett White. ffre killed and a number wounded, The before ncil March lo Mtiiffj" all die lover! Cargo to D. >oye*. Jerriwii &.Fo lcr amid. North and from New Orleans, 'j
Jackson-George. B. Hawkins, D., J. injury sustained on tbe part of the colonist of cold weather. V I the Mauler. A for sale, wholesale Ind retail;; at tin Ness'
Brown. ., "u-ue man ( Ir. James Hnffaes) slight "; : Three Masledttchr. Dollop, (lark, Mor $!<<* ,.near iH* !lord lard, an extensive. .
Leon-Samuel IL Dural, Arthur Macon 1 It I I. said that the Mexican THE CITY or RocHrarra. 'II appear* biII' Cargo lo Cspt. Shannon. asaortmrntofFAMILY '

James A. Barthcloi, George E. DenRadianArchibald sowed more cowardice in this than. In any] from statements published In the Rnrhea- Deprrrfed.i GttOCEBIE8.-ConlUnf*,
ni*. previous act ion. ler paper that 'h.lure In that city, new Emblem Corkrfn N.P23 Or'Jeaoa.-' Super Flour Mesa Beef and Port' Viiblls'agd
McNeil); in upeialion, twenty-one flouring mills, : hair bits, canvassed Ham*, and'Tongue lit
Nfuian-Joeph Higginboibara. Fs-em tea N. o Bee.'earra with ninety-fix run of clone, the cost oiH Larson.Hides and 28 Dundio.1)oby J, B. *. Lard. GTftben Balkr.Salmoa.,

St. John'*-Joseph L. South, John M. We are without' : late'jnleUIgeoee bleb amounted lo im81u,000.-Tbry'grind &far. Governor Paris Mackerel Codh4ith! >uac!.and Tongoee,
Hanson.MoMultoe. '. Jo from thkcountry)altho the accounts deity 80,000 beiJiel.of wheat, and make lluut.DrigBeuwr Hobb/. MobJhei0000DrkksbyJ. Old Java? and prime Havanna Coffee, Molasses. -.
-Charles Downing.Waahlngton yesterday by the western mail, are more fiOUO b.rrelll of flour The annual ralne i'f l Park (Of Pilot Bread, Duster, \V |*raa4Horfa ,
flour mannfactured 83,000,000.. Then Tampif fcct Crakrra.
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Taber. Winter strained
minute in detail than .ho previously rereived Sperm Oil ;
Lumber. : |L
Walton-II. G. RaiD.y.MonroeRichard of late evenu. The general consnltatioMV I.I also' in Rochester a large carpet mtnn- 30,000Shhgfesby Kelly. and Candle*! brown loaf and lump Ptigar
Fitzpatrick wa* to have been held on. ,Ihe 1st of factory, for the manufacture of Venetian Drlf Aurora. Allen. Camtaf, by; ,74,8U; :Blcci Olive, Qancea,BwccVChocxUle,Pux
{ las month;bus we have received account and&'Okb Carnrtins I ironsumM 80.000 c"dLambe.t..,. IJrlpOOfch CK ingle* .IO't'parr. 8Mail kiss Spices and.Snap, 4c...'t
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[Corrtjxmd of At ff If. P"lldiA.1" of Its doings, .except' ucb verbal rumors Mwe |IIIL o/vool annually, and manufacture. 'by. y er TEAS.-imperial." 'Gunpowder Young
BaVzoaii, (Texas) NOT. 14, 183& i published last week. It I I.certain however 43/300 yard of esrpeliey.Sn'ow .. N ; Povtsboog.
Dear SirA party of cxJonUt piar-1 that tb.1"ella..rmf under Austin a >>dbv tgaw.bongbawrewaand' Pale Sherry
eb ed from GolUd agaiist M>e Mexican nil have blockaded. Ban Antonio, vfcere Coj I Ia _The Scow at Saratoga HprtngsOQ *ub of Duff Gordon & Co in botiea) wrraated ..
fiery post of the Neatest, and not a vestige oned { and that the former ha* onlyaabbou Tuesday was (,rem six to tight inches United genuine quarter-gaska of pale Brown
of it now remain, which the ire 1000 wen and the later 1500." victor? hi depth and the a'ejgbinK! M pretty fair Mtbe Yard and and GoldJftfmr Madeira Sicily Ma.
destroy. The garrison wa stationed on the must eventuate .in favor of the Tn aoa. lathe vicinity of>> Erie, pa. on time 144tbltwas ( lrt.l all delta, & Ten HfTe, Mcdoe St. Julian, .and ,
south side of the Nuece! three nulea above On account of the Mexican Schooner )i- fourteen inches decp_JV. .: Paper8lmecferl.New eflateof Margaut" Claret, CbampaJfi la'quart and
San Paiuek-Ibe chief town of the Irish enced to cruize etc on Oat coast of Texas,; 'mk the I.U Conttbtidor Wolcoil Cbiun- plot bottles. Anchor* wispebnodv rorkU -'" '
,colony The road I. tats open to Mata- the temporary governor of that place have w. Daily Advertiser eels, Mt reserved from ,ute by the ad.mfaUlraior NoyeaR, and Rose; Ina.8yrap.
morn, which I II. hundred and sixty,. granted letter* of n argue and rrprisal lo' sob: B0.487 arrived yesterday In consUllng lit llovtf and JU,- UQUOBa-QU Cogaiae, Cuanpape1,
mile from the Nuece. Tb country: l e-. I veeMU-of which the 8n Felippe sUnds .cbr, Roy-9 29,004 i* .III., Montexa- then Puroilurc, Wises. & Spirits; tuaougA randy, Old Peach brandy. Hoban. ()ja' ,
tween i la an immense prairie with here;A lot moat .. action* ThoTexbn bare also ma, andO:; .kegs. sp9 in ship.;"AlUmtBA. ,'* wblchtber.laa. PrrelIUMk U,. tJY. '.f >ld Moooogabtla Ccataaoa ,. t .
there acloter of small oats or nuakeet aathorf.edM..asAlkaWalkerk 'Thorn- 4 .1- large !ifolletfou of FreMh and Kng1l. h "TOBACCO eEOAK8......,.... Sad. -: .
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and prickly pear. !! la called Ute peal alt BOW la this. 'city, |o robe a fc ..on mortgage II appears that ibe Boofdjryv Lin*, be- Book4.wlslfmaay otberankltooname.Sous hatf hpaaUh fegar.. Ketmaa'a CavotdWt:
miutanf 4eert,* and It U in trash them- fof limy; ft..bare beard tbatone of twerp VbJqaad MkUgan7ba. l Utn' sure ldldert.ia i an advertisement '& LadleeTwht Jtt ,
plr of the wile! Wxsrs Tb binders mi* .IMS*featlefMn b also rapovercd"bar- ee4-pNI tbU tat Ibe prfMrci bas lermlo- BOOT. JOVNER, CouatryM ''& b.nontel1 mup p'
great desert arm occvpted I by>> benUme i leer and equip acfeMarr <.. rrulM .. the and 1M dUB ill* defined to be ibe abod ef herd- eoeg oI'J.ua. vrk4 fill poirmetsTeuian sate. To the new governor oft Urrjto- Da- this, 283 ,..- -t| ; It Nor Wk. I533r.._ .

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indebted J. A. ARM- .. Superior CuuftforJachtdn annual meeting for the .Tq say that this 1*ft reading age,implies a
rPF.NSACOL.1 ;'iGAZE7'TJ AJ.' persons to d- ntnly. of the Dank Pensaeola, desire for instruction and the mean to grat-
r ROBEItT AltMSTUONOj for the'ensu-
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or directors
. 1635.The .' Martin llurdint. purpose of electing: ify that desire. On the first point, all are
House
informed
JECEMUERi2 act'o\lntare at'the Banking
by note or will be held
there ia
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year lb.ttcund diversityboth '
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GAZBTTB will bY issued every Saturday that I am duly authorized by power of at- James W. Exam and Benjarala Clements in Pensaeola, on. the first Monday in January agreed of oiln'ot and of practise. We ha>eneWFJiuptr
Evening at$3 50 per annum, in ad, torney to collect the same. An early attention next-' ? magazines reviews in fine
sfle end of six months, this will much trouble \ IN CHANCERY. JAMES CATL1N *, ,
at the to notice save ,
1 vance the satisfaction
all
to nearly tbjects
motion and it appearing psnunlet* of all sizes on
or $5 payable at the expiration of the year and some cost. ON of the Court, that Benjamin Cashier,, ,which hive severally their clarsesof
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at tbeop Oft of the subscriber. I D. A. NORTHROP.Dec. Clements one of the defendants aforesaid Dee. 6th, 1835.-39.-3w.. readers and supporters. And yet copious
the rate of 5th 1835. 89. 3u ,
inserted at i -- ,
AnviaTUEMGim
-V reldei in-,be,State of Tennesee, ..TtlarMtW..1uIeJoaquin as are these mean' ftf Intellectual supply,
one dollar for every fourteen line(ot less,) Notice Mariners. unless he do Lavallet the
It therefore ordered that appear Viosca, ...Charles more are still needed. Indiiion to reviews
for the first, and fifty cents for every continuous -" THE light at the Mobile Point Light here on or before the third Monday of I Y Virtue of'a Ji. fa. to Die directed of the day, and passing notices ofboob.t1.

subsequent Insertion. informedthat e, has been altered from a fixed :- March next, and answer the complainants, BI from the Hon. the Superior Court for .. people,.in large numbers, in all

i Our advertising customers are such to a revolving light, revolving once In. bill the same will he taken confessed against the Western District of Florida I shall proceed parts of our great republic, 'era ve the possession
in future all legal advertisement, three minutes, and showing a Ub'nd him and the matters thereof decreed to sell at p.'bliolvendu on the 2d day 'of the book themselves and details,
for
u orders of court &c. must be paid of dark side once a minute. accordingly and it is further ordered that of January 1836, at the door of ,the CourtHouse deyond mere passing allusion, of the progress

must be, satisfactorily in secure o. W. OWEN, Superintendant. a copy of this order be published ..in the iu Pensaeola between the hours prescribed of discovery smart and scienae. But
' in advance.-Those now type Dec. 5th 1833.: -39.- for three months successively. title and interest ascertain and
reasonable time to ena- : Pensaeola Gazette by law,all the right though itt>e easy to express
will be continued a Lavalletin&to the following wants is nut to gratify
so
in them' to make Tax (Collector' Sale of said Charles their it easy
ble the parties interested but unless some ,For thf Territorial and County 7'arar. J. ,A. CAMERON. property, or id 10 mach theJeohs will satisfy them. Exj-ense, distance from the emporium
the necessary arrangement JudgtD.U'.F.Oct the above execution and costs, to wit. of literature, engrossing occupations
made will ,not be Saturday the 4th, day of June next -
be they
arrangement the length of, time required by ON between the hours of 10 and 12 A. M. 3d, 1835.- .-3m. Half of Lot No. 233. in jhe city of Pen- which prevent personal application or ,

published law. The reason of this rule most be obvious I shall offer for sale, in front of the CourtHouse ( sacola, being forty feet front on,Romana 1 even message to libraries and booksellers -
with In the chy of Pensacola, the following $2O. Reward. I Street, by two hundred and forty feet deep. .are ,to many cause to keep I
t ta all who have any- aqualntance property, or"so much thereof M will |>AN-AWAY from the Sub- Half of Lot No. 250, in said city of Pen i people aw ay from the least. of reason, and

f the.atab .aet., pay the Territory Florida and County & J-V senlier living near Burnt acola.. being forty feet front on Garden. the enjoyment of tl.e coveted literary ali I,

H ofEftcambia, for Taxes due thereon up to Corn.: Conecuh County, Ala. Street by two hundred and forty feet deep. ment.' It is the aim of the publishers
DrjMBoodft, Clothing &.e. the 311 day of December 1835-unless fi1'lll in the night of the 9th insl. a JAMES W. EXUM, Marl. the Library to obviate these difficulties; &

JUST received by the late arrivals from the Taxes are paid to tho subscriber be- M Negro Boy by the name ol By JOSEPH SIERRA, Vty. Marl. toenable every individual, at a small cost

i York and Philadelphia, and for fore the day of sale, together with all CASWELL, about 19 or 20 years of age, Nov. 28th, 1835.-38.-ts. and without-tiny pert-unal eCbrt, to Obtain

sale on moderate terms, at the New Start Costs and charges.HENRY. rather middle size and somewhat yellowish for his own use and that of his favoured
} near' the Nary'Zard Pensaeola, a band- BASS. complcxtion. Had on when he left homea 1'rospoctusor friends or family, valuable'works,?complete .

! some assortment oft ,Acres of 3d. rate land situated spotted gingham round coat, a spotted THE TELEGRAPH.The on all the branches of ueseuil andpopuiar
DRY .GOODS,-Consisting of Calicoes 1280 East of Perdido River, a- vest and a pair of blue casinett pantaloonsand ST. JOSEPH'S commercial advantages literature, and that in) >form

(, various qualities ,and descriptions, English bout 13 miles from the city of Pensaeola a straw Hat, but will probably chancre superior other well adapted to the comfort of the retder..
-of ST. JOSEPH'S over any
? ,
) Merino, Ginghams, casslmeres,cuel:1. bounded by Eugenic Sierras land and others, his cloths. Tho Mid boy.can write a tole- Florida the unrivalled The charm of variety, u far as it ia compatible -.
in i
f;)' netts blue twyied( Cotton, Irish linens inhalf vacant on the East, and West' by .vacauf rable school-boy baud but spells and dictates Sea Port and undoubted, healthful ness of with morality and good taste,;will

pieces, Russiol'Irish, and scotch sheet land. and on the South by'the said Perdido.. badly. I have no doubt that he will beauty notwithstanding the croak- Be held constantly in view! in conducting

, lags, cress; clout: bleached dowlas, huckaback .Amount of Taxes-# 2.40. forge himself a pass' and probably a free its location, ( few whose Judgments the Library, to fill pages of which the current -
narrow-sighted
and diaper toweling, Blankets, Tapes, C. "l'. FONDA. line and change his name I apprehend lags! of a and whose literature of Great Britain, In'all its
interest
i, Silk and cotton hdhfs, domestic I said to get on board some are warped by various of biography History
Flag, fancy Acres of 3d. rate land situated boy will attempt soured disappointment) are departments ,
cotton Blue.Nank na, Patent thread, I' 320 on the East of the Bay of St. Ma- boat or vessel bound to some other port. feelings are conceded.by The circumstances Travels, Novels and Poetry shall be freely
Cotton&e.s. I : I therefore wish to give, now generally Ait under contribution., With perchance,
as possible.
Spool ry de Calves, about 18 miles North East soon under which it has been founded,-the extensive {
.-SupeTexfrCblueTWack, of the city of Pensaeola, bounded West by notice to all masters of boats and other vessels influence and liberal enter occasional exceptions, it Is intended to give
sw and fashionable coloured frock"and Dress said / North and East by vacant lands,' if alien application be made to arrest capital & its prosperity entire the work which'shall selected for

Coats, Camblet Wrapper. beautiful and and South by the above mentioned Bay. said boy and confine him In jail so that I prise united to promote auspicious and flattering -, publication. N hen circumstances authorize
comfortable article, Buckskin, CasetmerePastla3OOny Amount of Taxes.-ff 00. get him. N. B. Should he be confined in any render its prospects as friends could the measure, recuuue' w ill be bad to

:JIo (new and fashionablei) blue, ESTATE OF JEANDREAU.QQ"l jail I wish the Sheriff Jailor to writeme as its moat sanguine doubt that nearlyall the literary stores of Contincntial Europe,

fa vbkk&fancy striped Cloth and Caasimere Acres of 3d. rate land situated immediately to Burnt Corn ar-d let me desire. There of is the now no Chatlalioochce and translations made from French, ItalIan
Apalachicola,
ti"*a flWCtloons; Cassimere silk, velvet} and ij t\J South of Big Bayou, about 7' knowof his confinement aa I may never see the trade Flint Rivers heretofore concentrated or Gel man, as the cove may be.
and
.ll:; aney.Vestsi blue Coth. Jackets and Trow- miles W. 8. W. (rom the City of Pen a- it when published in the papers. at "MrnocR POINT," will be Whilst the body of the work will be a reprint -

'f r.r sent monkey and pea Jacket, Flannel eola, bounded ,,East and South by vacant JOEL LEE. transferred to 8t Joseph's, on the completion or. at times a translation of entire volumes -

Shirts merino,lambs wooL guernsey frocks, lands and None by said Bayou. Amount Aug. 15th. 1835.. of the Rail Roud across from Lake WI- the cover will exhil.it the miscellaneous .
Cotton Socks, Merino, and yarn Stockings; ofTsxev-: character of a Magazine, and (consist
is 16
fine Linen and Cotton Shirts Gloves, Cotton I LORENZO YGNACIO VITRIAN. 0100 UE'V'AUD: mtco, which is now in under progress, and bond of ketche of men and things, and notices ,

Silk and Elastic Braces, Mohair, Silk, be finished by contract heavy of novelties: in literature and the arts,
situated
31 land
Acres of rate the Jail of Mow roc .
from ,
first oT December next.
the '
Bombazeen, and Satin Stocks" ) fancy silk 920 about miles N. }:. of the city of ESCAPED Southern District of Florida, by Tl.e intends to publish a throughout the civilized world. A full &

e long tabs}-Auw a large assortment of Pensncola. fronting to the Bay on the Eastside a prisoner by the name JAMES S. SIMMONDS'who Weekly undersigned under the above title at regular inippjy of the literary monthly andhebdomadal
Summer Clothing always on hand. liomidci) llio North land of Francisco Newspaper journals of Great Britain and
on by was OEIlDmiUed to my custody St. J's the first number of which will be '
IIATS, SHOES,-Morroceo, & Calfskin West Ireland, in addition to home periodicalsof
Toward, and by vacant lands. three indictments found by the tailed in the course of a few weeks. It will
and ShoellInen' on
Boots A Shoes, buckled Pumps, similar character, cannot fail to
Amount TBXPM 73 a provide
of -81 } the several .
.and pegged Brogans,lady's' Morocco grand jury of said County, on be principally of a 'commercial character, for this
boys and lasting Shoes. ., TURNER STAIIK.128U charges of murder, piracy, and larceny, and demoted to tho advancement of the interests ample,materials part cf our

' leather Beaver, Furandoiv Acres of 3d. rate land ritua and made his escape:by:means of false.' keyson au<) prosperity! : of the infant but promising << work. / I
Super extra Waterproof led the West side of Es
Gb and extensive
on insi. u uutuc is The resources correspondence I
l-un neis the yndersignea
Ii fa.fiinn ditto. the of the town with which
Iff _____*! night
... flats latest common ,
u. _,. cambia River, at the place called Rid Shoe of New Hartford, (Conn.) a mariner, identified to his fullest means and in all hisexpectations. of. "the publishers, are the test
Cloth Caps Powder And also 640, acrfsofSd. rate lauds situated and has been for several years in command guarantee for the continuanceof the
tk ALSO-Shot, and Canister on Hot Pond distant bout 35 miles N. and alone "" continuance .of the enterprise in which
f Toilet of trading and wrecking vessels, It is contemplated" to make this paper
Quills
Blank Roap
Paper Books Tins and; of the city above mentioned l: and also lull time commanded the schr. Lydia: of Phila a* large aa any in Florida. The subscription they are 'now about"to embark, as for
Cutlery
Crockery, hardware No. 1U Hilt on Ending Street of the abundance of ,the materials to give
articles together with delphia. lie is about thirty years age, four' dollars a year if paid in advance
a variety of fancy Ne. 21 1 do on the Bay. inches high has a-downcast dollars annumat value in the eyes of the public. As far as'
six if
invoice of Law HlistoricaL Religious, .. five feet five or and not so paid,Jive per
an No. 22 28 feet on do. and
Books New guilty look, dark sallow complexion the end of six months. No subscription judicious selection arrangement are
Medical and Miscellaneous ; No. 213 1 lot on Romanna Street Amoant -. concerned will it is hoped hatereason
but from close confinement for several for a shorter period than one year will be reaeers ,
Novels.' 1831.-38.-4L of Taxes,-300. month bad become some somewhat pale, received and all subscriptions will be con: to be fully satisfied aa the editor' of
: 1 < .' Not. 28th, ISABELLA BAKER. has a remarkable scar on his head & some tinned till arrearages are paid and until ex- l the Library ia not stranger to them, but

i; k 3 For ht Bay.in: st. .foaeph. No. '481 lot on Reding' Street. Amount scars about his face. He U well known in prewly directed to be stopped.. _The "Apalaehicola I.baa more than once obtained their favour-
%
. Schooner FAIR LADY, of Taxes',_5 22 J. ? New York where his wife's connexions reside Advertiser," will perhaps" ultimately I able suffrages for his past literary efforts.

Merrill will leave here JAMES CAUtFIELD. bo united to, and this TERMS. '

4'mng L of tie weet; :..For pav No. 201 Hot on Romana Street. Amount I will* give the above reward if he is secured paper, and there fore, after the first of r The wprk will be published weekly

ofTaxes-, 12.HEIRS. in any Jail in the United States, or the November and until the TELEGRAPH I is numbers, in aliened covers, each number

toO;. W. DARKLIh.Deer. OF HILLAS.Na fame reward with all reasonable expenses issued the subscribers hereto, will be furnished ;containing twenty imperial oftaro page,

0th 1835. -3a-Iw. J. 127' I lot on Baylen" Street. 'Amount. delivered to me at Key West.THOMAS that paper without charge and if any i with double columns making tvo volume
'
Notice; '" of, Taxes,-8 12. "" EASTIN, unexpected occurrence should cause the annually, of more than.620 octavo paget,

persons indebted to JOSEPHLAVALLET U. a MABSHAU 'establishment of iheTelegraph to be waived eocAvofewt;. and at the expiration of every
T8 hereby,1.el1 toall No. 1324 lot on Intendentia Street. Amount July 23 1835. 34-tfj] however Is anticipated) the subscribers will be furnished
JL the Estalcof'Michael Vartghan Bendeed Taxe r Key West, :! (none, six mouths, subscribers -
of *,-$ 30. attached the Ad
will be to
hereto title and table of
with a handsome page
Wsltoi to
,late the County tf ; come D. LA CROIX. ,
forward and settle the same a* no' longer ''I Prospectus. vertiser. contents. The whole amount of matter
No. 200 1' lot on Government Street TI1HE Polish National Corn Our friends are requested to procure us furnished in a single will be equal to
indulgence can bet givln, and, also to all Amount of Taxes,-$ 30. undersigned year
those baring claims against said Estate t 0Ii MERCED VIDAL.No. i JL mittee in the,United Slates,.propose subscribers this Prospectus and" forward more than forty votvmet of the continua sized -
'J' ; Poli li it as pouwle directed to MURDER books the cost of
publishing historical account of the as soon English duodecimo ,
bring wtthln them the time prescribed law. *'or the 134 45 feet on Intendencia Street. I emigration to these United States, under POINT," APALACHICOLA BAT, Florida. which will be at least ten times the price of
Ii Amount of Taxe*,-9 14. UNITED Our friends will recollect hat anvta n- "
I lime will be barred. 4 'V Fw'T.CmfM"N8.Tu 1 the title of "TilE POLES IN[ 'lllE ( ayear's subscription to the "Library.
' VAUGHAN Jr.. Admrt Collector f STATES OF AMERICA," to beprefaced .INo'la, the main stay of a Newspaper. Ad The paper upon which the Library
ai f tkjEeambiaCouty.Dec
\
.' rMlcnAEL. ....88..st..: .,. for: by a short statement of the history vertwmenls Will be inserted In the Tele wilt lkprlnted1'111 be of the finest
f.r.:: ,- .,. V V Ath.NOTICE o( the late Polish Revolution, and to be graph upon the same termuilD the "Apalachicola quality used for book-work, and of a size
Notice.ioe '
f" accompanied with irathentic vouchers connected Advertiser. admirably adapted for binding. As the
"I '. ,T. next let m.:ofhe honorable the to A T the next April term of County Court with the residence! of the Poles in R., D1NMORE WESTCOTT.St. I type will be entirely new*and of a neat appearance -
Cambia
rourvof (
-_. ou.aiy county Joseph's October I. 1835. 1 volume when bound will
A. I ,In 8vo.54scripuol each ,
)be held the city of Pensaeola, on the first of Cambia County, will present my ibis country. Form
t Monday at otAprU; etJ shall app)7 for the; vouchers and accounts, and apply for a,final price tfl, payable on delivery" only. Hack, 1'eftffttr ethic "UH.I furnbh a handsome, aa well as valuable, -
final settlement of the Estate of Thomas settlement of the estate 6f OREGORIO The Committee being sensible of the advantages sewfn* and not cumbrous addition to' the librariesof

and move to be dis CARO deceased. and ask to be finally die, offered to the Pole by a settle propletur ot Lutell's Museeum of those who patronize the work.
Com DJDa, deceased. charged.: ment in this favored land, the proceeds of, TilE Literature, Sciencd: Art, an The price of the Library will before tlul-

charged., THOMAS COMMYNS Jr, MARIA M. CARO. the work after defraying the expense*of publication has de terniined to dispose of the remaining \-lGr.per an l -,, payable in advance.
Executor, AdmiH tralriz. will be apf-lied In aid of the colony seta"of she back volumes at a very reduced A commission of 20 percent will be allowed -

Oct.,10th, 1835y. =31.- f, June 27, J83&-16. tf, on the Rock River, state Illinois. price? ,ont 'lfOftI, of the original subscrlplion. to agents| and any subscribers agent, 'or aud post-re-
five
MARTIN ROSIENKIEWICZ router furnishing
lie thtu often to Library' Companies
,
T HR. subscriber haaremoved tq tbei Notice.1IIIEundersitnedhavliigobtk.med. FELIX GWINCZEWSKI, Reading Rcoms: and 'to genllemen mittingthe amount' of subscription: shall
,
Brick Store adjoiN ng Messrs Jerr /' Letters DR. CHARLES KRAITS R. forming collections of books; an opportunity be entitled to the commission of 20per cent
Foster where all order forClothing .L of administration- the estate of the work for
'IOn New York, August, 1835. of purchasing twenty large" extreme or a copy one year.
will be punctually,attended to.' Thomas Wrlbdetea hereby, ncti valuable miscellaneous volumes at a priet A*|>eamen of the work, or any Information -
D. NORTHROP.. flea all persons to whom, said estate is indebted for Sale. ly : an' respecting: it may be obtained by
far below their cost or values opportunity ,
May 80th, 183S.-ia.-3t: < to present their accounts and claims ON Saturday the 20th Deer: next at which must necessarily be of abort du addressing the publishers. post paid.

tor Sale or'Kent. altered for settlement, and all 'JI< ,
Subscriber win lieU ,or rent hi* debted to said estate, will be expected. to attached, Water to the subscriber,, following terms will not be deviated from ', < E.-CAREY & A. HART.

TUB for the Toil Bridge on the make Immediate payment. situated on Clear Escambia Coun I if orders are received within the'present ,. .
mouth niche Big Bayou from the Bret day BENJN. D. WRIGHT.ddsir. ty. A liberal credit will be given. Particulars year, 1835. beyond which period."the proprietor Notice.

of on'very moderate farms, .. : made known on the day of sale. E- will not be bound by the piesentnotice. TilE undersigned having obtained Let-
those wishing! to Irtde,can apply personally Aug. 29,1835.-25.: -8t :} very thing connected with the mills Is incomplete Testamentary on the estate of

a* there can b-.*peat bargain if applied ItanawayFROM repair, The Lumber eanhe rafted 1. Sets of twenty complete volumes will. Julien Lavalet, !deceasad, hereby notifies
for early to ,. the subscriber near directly from the mill to the landing on be supplied in numbers for 30,00 cash. .. all personate whom said estate is indebted

", WM. A. BELLSept. Alabama, on Blaek,Wafer, A the Grist Mill posaesea e-.I S. Sets of twenty complete volumesrally ed for settlement and all persons indebtedto

I9l\ 183'- .-.tI.f A/.the23th Oct, NEGRO FELLOW cry advantage, these being no other In' half bound' in blue or red morocco. said estate will be expected: to make im-.

.. oN Ckoe.) ,about 40,J ears of age the neighborhood LOFTIN COTTON. 1tO, caab. 4- mediate payment, BONIFAY.
i' bound IOSEPIl
notice that at namel Primus He U about The purchaser who order 'seta '

I I_. THE 1Jncler.sped AprU term of gives the boo. the County 5 feet ten mche higb w'hh reott of Isis fore Clear Water, Nov. 28th 1835.-38.-U. may Imvehis or her name printed lu gold 2&. 1835-7.5.--8t. Executor.
-
Court Escambla County I s' will apply teeth,'-out, and speak rafier the manner peculiar 9 1OO Howard. 5ESCAPED ou the bacIthoul.-, any. additional Aug.
v. .
f setileinenrof Estate of W. II. to'moal negroes raised io low country. charge '
I for 1 final the offtjMr. from the custody of the Mar- The Museum contents consists of the Notice.THE .
.discharged. recently property
and to be. Primp wa
I COMPTON. deceased, move; ; Samuel Clark of Mobile, A liberal the night of the 29th day of beet selections from the entire range of undersigned having obtained Let

; V RICIID. J. COMPTON Ear reward will be paid for his apprehension.JOHN March last William Hamblrton who was Dri ah.periodiealliteratnre j Reviews, Essay administration' on the estate of
;NS ; )P. BOOTH 'convicted of pe stealing and fined by the *. TalesPotyy.. At, and It jnay<*m- Ezeklel Cobb deceased, bereby gives notice
6th 183L-2ft.:

,A N.EleetioQby the Stockholders of the ttJ'The Mob Commercial Rcct.ter, toatlOfprOtll<
_*J\.'Union Rail Road company
thirteen director for the 'ensuing 1 ear,, will publish Ih4 abore for two mooing aDd I bout five feet seven end a balf inches high,' value; M the Museum. v* '- to said estate, |0 make immediate por-

i wfll be held at Tallahassee on the first M. on- forward their account: to me for paynttnt fair completion and light hair a little Inclined The back eta of twenty volumes remaining menL" ', .

day.la January 1830. to stop when standing and I* very round, on baud are not-numerous, and. are ISAIAH COBB.
By order of the Board.Tatlahas Mechanic shouldered blue eyes and baa a bold ook.r. rapidly going oft AddressADAM Advtini trator.
*** Oct 24th, 1835.-34.-tf. withouthavIng 5th l835 -2& W.
ITIMPLOYIHENT wui be given .t the Tbaaid Hambletoo escaped WALDIE Sept -- _

'"Notice. ? J i t;Navy Yard toTtroPlaMtrtri' paid v his fine. The above reward there- j PAiladeJ is, ,

f pHE vnderaif oed having' obtained LetL Fourteen Jolhert, | fore'will be given flrthe delivery of the> said 'TEscalnbla County Court Mansion House. (.!.)
ten Testamentary on the estate ul : :WUlian llambleton in the.town Marrian Tetm Ad !Pentacola Stall fl?/ice, Jilalely -
lECiS.DRDFJIF.D
Pedro- de Alba, d elaimcagtlnst. 'bereby said notify state all, Three ZtriekZayes it V ;.:na Jackson Cou1. Eiumor 1d.iatrldoWfI']FloridailaweW. that Coarles April Le Baron, Sa mil tioa. IS to Establishment accommodate i*Traveller now iaaeouoiJL .a a-

persons having bur 810" a'Naadaes.s I and Johnlw Pringte The Stag ftffif-
prvPHIYlttnted for settle- THOMAS M.'WHITE.JeputfMank GreaU1.sa heretofore.
to present thorn should be made earjy to tLcommanding \ be appointed; Road Commissioner*: on the eoJa
n1k\a Mobile to Pena
.' IV.AprA frodI
and ail persons indebted s ld e*> pp l DittrM > t trat6De
moot, the West side of E cambia. River "and Joseph Tpsierowmpdatioaa'wW
officer of Y"I" .Tt4iiifm ia sor/kept I' this llou'
.
Inamedlau tetawerd
to make payment. ; --
tfl. are required IQn..)lobYe Register lsaOr- Forsytb;:'Jamer W. Earnest, and 7oha A. :. be al extensive wiotatopt.at &hi

JOHN ALBA" lean Bulletin will please pt&Usfe th above 1Pm u anG 8i J pj..on. the East side of said 'five' ?.tral Dett a r t
y
JHIGENELATADY, four time, weekly, and fonrarflbeir accounts I I 'Co JVAN& Jwdga; J. L. 51_ONSBlatdyt.ay.

I fir Etctorfi ; to this office for pay mcvW Ex.eaedAT A tins eo" ad. 1w-4c.-&L
Oct 24th 1 : -, TillS ort1CB. II cRUPPEU.sy .
Oct. IQd -a3.-\.:_ .
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