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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: February 20, 1836
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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ADVKUTISKMKXTS.District : 1111, or before the said first t Monday in May I following terms will not be deviated from It' : SUIIMMtllir.lt, hav- '

}\'\t, and thereafter to abide by and stand: if orders are rl'f'f'hed within the present I Pcrte Dr. O. W. 7, (Pnhe T, R. PuUonAmot rented the commodi- r
of U.l.t t"lol'ieln. tot. and |pct for \ lie, future orders and decree } ear, IKtt, beyond which period the proprietor I'uniter Thos. Popem.' 8. Pow- 1i'1"1I.! : ':tblixbim'nt on the Wa
In a of the ('<.nit. in (he pit mises. I will not l liC bound! by the present (II I* M. ferry R. 2. Ptitil Join 2. known nut lie
County! Superior Com I. \ I lilt; in under my hand this 7th day of notice. R. :,\-I..I': & A N('ILO It
The United States \*. Schooner Harriet. JaiiULM in the jurt'M.\ 1. Sets of twenty complete volumts will Rousseau :Master l' mc1. RulT Dr. S. W i
To the Honorable John A. (''unterun. ,'! J. A. CAMF.KON.jvtpt be supplied nuiiibers tor fc30U) ) rash.'ft. 4, Rugby I: hut) cut I, HOTEL,
Judge of the Western Judicial\ District i of l). 11: J'. ; Sets of twenty complete to'timc: S. And having ruled it up in handsome style,
Florida.< I hereby certify the M otc to be n tr.J" e.itly halfbouiitl in blue or red n
1ORGE WALKER, United States I!I Copy, this 1-lih Jam OU''O.: V OlIIJ, l'nllh. out Sml. SlllllIg J. I II I. It, Sarloer L. C.:.1 now prepared lo nccoinmodate all who +
G Attorney, for and \x'hulfof the United JAA, 1> fir. )'X DI. Mur. The part hu.rrlIHI orders honed 1'1'1111 2, Semmrs R. :2, Miubiiik E.: T. I m.iy: cull upon htm, and engages! on his
States of America, comes into Court fly JOSEUI trrIJ.; ..IWAXTEI /. may huts hi" or her name printed in )?olil 1'. I part, that nothing shall be wauling: lo nil-
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-- --- -- --- on the hack without mlditionalcharge :
and gives it to understand, thnt heretofore I any Turner Sainl. A. I. .- tier their lehidt ncoconiforlnMc ,& agreable.!
to wit : and since the first day of January > TO IIIIU':, i V.: *\' .Situated on the water, and renitnniitling
1808, lo wit { on the twenty second day of > fint rule Woman Cook one who is The !Museum contents consists of the I, Valk W. W. 5. ( n fine rand: extensive' tiew i of the Ibn', Ibis:
December one thousand eight hundred and) I I A honest, i industrious, and sober nnd best selections from the entire ran,-( of' 1V.Villianus : Hotel jH/ sesses advantages/ of lucniion fur 1

thirty five, the Schooner Harriet Mobile can he well rtroninunded ill inn with agiodviu.ntinn British 1'\'rilllll'lIllilf'tlitntl' ; Re\'il'wII, Ksgins. \ J. Wmfieciloii.. Wilson J. : supeiiorto any other in 1111I r'ity. Either:
in small Tales, Pottn. Ac, nut it mOl t'mphiilieally in Sninmer or in \\'inter iill ,ft'ruble
I pit
commanded one Michael famine ant a family by applying I
by O. 31 ofll, J, \\illtiimsoii N III. S. 2.I
tow it I nt the Office of the PttiMicola ( uzette. l he'n14scrt! < d 11.111/iiopinotiiinl 1.1>I During the winter, it is shielded by its pos -
of the burthen of forty tons or more : \\ickhnm (:o..1 \\b.l.ng\V. I 11.2) \\ aldn.n ,
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\ er published retains its jute 11'1. or that, : tion front the bleak winds
and
1 Northerly
of 7J: 1)3) tons Hailin! coastwise from Mobile Fd.y. 13th, 1KIO.: 19.-3t. :N. S. 4. ,
Ihe bat k Volumes I tar the same ."u\e III the time Southern
enjoys same n delightful
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Pcnsaeola with
the Port of
arrived nt j HANSON KEI.i.P.: M.
I \\u : nine' Ihe ?,lu.tetiuiu.The .
bord named fine as exposure, al\llln the summer months!
certAtn :Iulallo'uman on ,
a 1:111)'. 23d !8Xrt.IO.3I.Mi.il :) : .
,
voluinisn main '
Cf'II'IIIr. that the laid LYIcslc was trnn ported IGHT: Dt>llars j per ford w ill be paid hj Imiksetsof Iwenl) .. ----" hus the advantage of tho fresh IIC'll'If't'll',
from Mobile to Pensacola, for the pur- 1'1 Mnriatctjue i h.lliJht) & ('0. for any hug on hand are. not Address numerous, and uierupidly 'i'11is l'l.Oit11).tCf'I1 which nt that season, is so necessary to
gomgofT. comfort such health.
jioseof twin, sold, or deposed of ns n quantj.dtlncredat the 111111111fr'IIII'clI.; -
Slave, or held low-nice or labour and .at-cla. I'oi rvfertncp app!) to ADAMAI.Din, 1AIl1C.l The apartments In the House nrenuinetons .

that prm ions to the departure of said Vessel CHAN c KF.YMR.r : I'h iI..l"ll.iu..-- .i I II and comf,.liable, some of thf'mI C'I\\
from Mobile aforesaid! the said Carrune ( by. ( tb. 1880,- 18,-tin. ;;-- --1.151 of- Ltttl'a's.:: niece folllh'. AIn.tostullt cnlciiluttd for the amninnodalion of fami
lies.
fa (..vtigltl.rnillUt'illin3ldata. .
aforesaid did not make out and -' -- -- I ,
Master as manifests of said female JLlOl'.1'' s Iteniuiuiug in (lie Post Olticc, Jail)'. let.IBail. : The liar i III well supplied with the test
trntsl\lohilf'
subscriber suplicate L jl'crsutis cnquriug fur Letters I Liquors, mid Ihe Stable with Provender
onboirdsaid Vessel therein specifying Fur ptiblishing in ('IItII1LIlIf! : (' A other day'Immediately after ,
Slave : u. a new etcry
on tits list, will please u.k lor 'ditti.til I in line, the subscriber announces himself to
the name, sexc, age, and stature, nsm paper, l III le 'ntitlid lAtters. the IIrrl1 of tho !Malrum{ / New OrI'lII"1: : Public
\ the fully to aU
as prepared
ar n. may he of said) Slave, and the class TIIK KLTl'HLICAN IM1UAI I). I A. I per the Steam hunt Emelinc: lo !. ly, its demand In his line of business satisfy and

to which she beloneed whether Negro, Mulatto Au.oNvuruoN: : that the meal I.f inforiua- ArniMiiing l.tut. I. M. Adanp/ :Mr. II. Coavhc to nsacoln, Sterin 'INials, ( tia trusts by the accommodations of hill, establishment
or person Colour, with the name & lion ure not couiinriiMirNte with lie w nuts U. the hf'llutifllll'I'II..I'ola 11ft)', Santa Rosa
and his
I I by own assiduity and at-
place uf residence of any owner or shipper and. wishes i Its rntronagc.:
of the same, nor did he said Master delixerHtich the growing in' iortni.cf.of our town. has I Mr. ItoNlmiU l art. J. L. 2. lieniie )Ir. Itlufl, (:1I0f'l1f II thence tia Marianna, V. M. JOHNSON.Ft .
manifests to the collectot, of said originated with us the itlvn of eptnbli!&lmg; I '1 hu. b.ulie D. 11.) I'. Uishop Mr. A. J. .hattiihoocliiCj: (ftinu'ih' Mount \'C'fIIUII.) I3ih: 1830.-40.-If. ,
Port fir :Mobile, nor wear with the owneror in ColuiuLus a new we kly paper: to be Lull Lent. J. fe. Ito' rc'l hOll J. Hell \\ III. Ilaiiibridge, I'liultrlon, (lawkenxtille! anil ... '
shipper of said Slave that the person entitled the RI'I.III.li1I1Ilcrllh -lobe tle-j:1 I .\. LittrU! ') Midn. >V in. balt/tU'l hOMo :2 Louisa ille to Augnslrt. S I ob'lFcwimTJ
there I'prrifiedV8I not Imported or \otcd to polities and gcueial liteiature.We C. A pas nger taking his scat nt Mut(,lie is ..ESCAPED: from the cunlcdy of the Mar.
hrru.t'tt into the Untied States from and after II ill ellden\'orto make the I Ilcraid pro. Carter Martha, fhanncey Coiud. W. 3, in no danger of bt log thlll\\ out, or hiring \\A steal on the night of the 21)1) h day of
li-! first! day of January one thousand table and interesting by keeping its tenders fhundlei 31.1 Canulcre !Mr. Joseph, his ''ircfercnrebytitherruollietinginterests' March last W ilium Hnmbleton whowns c
eight hundred and eight, and that un-lcr informed flf| nil important: political nioeincnts Camillu Custagne, laroll: I r. J. J..tuitu as the Florida Line' in but (concern, and eon it-ted of negro stealing and fined by thu
the I'PVS of the Mate.ihe was held to ser b.:lh foieijenunidoiuesiic. Mr. feuml. L. Cult Capl. \\ 11\. Coiknu under one ontrol iliioiiuhout, and may rely Jury the sum I'l'\'nll\lndr.d Dollars, &
vice"? labour, nor did said famine: Mn.- lie' otc'd loihu t.uiinofthe; Stales, we Mr. A. l,. l. f) dl'r Ur. 1>. \'. i iD. WITH ctH'fAINTUPOII: bisnrrM l lat ctiHt.tol prosecution.' The! said William' \ Haniblelon -
ter as aforesaid obtain, permit from the shall nth i c, te with I econ ing ZI'llll/\dlirlllo At gi slain tbetune specified, through all is about twenty four years of ace, a-
OiiH'i'tor of the Customs of the Port of Mo- ness tlitixe glut 1I1'IJ) glorioi's: pt inciltlcs l h)' DonalJMiii )1r. K.: Iutis Mr. M. Drumluoii'l tfttitliir tutu/ nl tiny! ffiintiitt unless some III.UIi"e feel seven and. half inches high
btli or Surveyor of the same authori/injr! n hic h w e belif! t eit i ill lo be perpetuated. c I (ult. \\ III. DUKA Madcmoiaille S. 1 most iiiifuiesteu catastrophe should occur fair complexion and light hair little inclined
him to proceed to his Port of destination look.uptui the gotcriuncnl (hat woe establibhed 1JIIIIIIIIgilIU I'lIlOi"clh Merse.K i The Agents for necoininotbitiou, Trams, to stop w henslanding and ia very round
I
with said Slate." Thereby his failure to by the toil, and! tMcrilire. and blood! : I':. Couches sled Iri\'f'r", us i.ot surpassed in shouldered blue eyes and has a hold look. .

comply; with nil their requisitions! is contrary of our fathers, as upon the mother who an" (I J. \\'. M. D. ti, Ellis Cupt. J.I 1 the Southern ruunlry. 'the said Iliiinblcton escaped without having .
to the form of statue in such eases made gut: ii UH Imtli-with) U"'f'rC'lICl'1111110\'('. It t Endue: I:upt. The smooth hKIIIIIIII\III1II'11I1II", ihe safe paid! his line. The above reward* therefore -
and provided and is contrary to, and in is a hoi)' thing; ami will lots nud M'ppori' I'. unit interesting wa.tcr nnt tgutiun. ll>v tune I will be gh en for the delivery of the said
notation of the ninth Section of tlic.net_ of t ns long us we continue to love and ri *- Fold Midu. J. NV. D. 3, Foster Capt. and ocioiiiinot'.ution! sllord the lioellerspeep \\'illihii llamblcton in the to'nof1\larrlal\4
the Congress of the United I-States "An pest oursthi's. (I. cirlointy, coin foil and a ph-using! mi Jackson County district of West Florida

Act to prohibit! the importation of Slates In yielding our support to the l.'niunpar- Unites U. R. 2, iiraham Maj. J. D. 2, ,'uriety, t'lJIUIC''II.d as il w ere w ith the Rnii! tuianieuuY. Exnni: orTHOMAS
into any Port or place within the juriidic- Georgia, however we shall not un- Garikt Mr. Green Airs. Mury .eruldin Mr. Road to Charleston, H. (:., nnd the, Steam M. WHITE.DriiHty .
l ion of the United Stairs from and after der ty circumstances: offer oiirsehe to II. Puiki to Nt'w' York! tra\elli can reach Manhal Diitrict H'; /'.

the first dayufianuarvin the year of our lie I"any!aged by M-li'mh/ or,interested met it t'a Hubble Madm. Hunt C. a.2, lJa\ll.iuli 'N'w'urk fwml'il'w. Orleans less lhanrletrr AI.rillth 1833.. -0.-:81._
|.,rd one thousand eight hundred" and eiahl. we shall adhere to and support our principles )- Mr. J. lljIcoinUj Janice, llartr)' Moiuey. d.) ., \\ ....IIIIttolltty! from New 'NotfcclrpHE
and by means whereof the Schooner Harriet the sucriflceot frit'ndbip 1. J. O i Iran ill luehe dM) II. From ('111I111111111'ie -
e\ en at personal :
obtained
her tnrk"'. apparel, and furniture has ard: nredilcelions.eHliillrimctiriitioiisly. I Johnson W in. 7, Jackson John 2, 'luno "' }'IoridllI c have n branch' Line I undersigned having LclJL to
become forfeited the of Ihe United J Jtlin Jnskieiii. horse PoM Ctu.t l.rs ia ( lo 1'ulln, lure Testamcnlary on the) estate of
use \\ and ...lr'nilOIUI'I turn) Miss I'lura, < l.nsoii |> t Qiiinc Julien l
l.u\ulcl dcceasad
States, and nriy be seized, prosecuted, nnd I nieiiMiie which \ \\ 11. Jones John, Ingiiihuui Mrs. 11. 1. : hassee, also \blanches from lluwkeustille, hereby notifies ;,
ly every IeIIlY all whom said is
oppose indebted
of the United : Milledi! and Macon.MTOCKTON persons to estate t
condemned In any court deem calculated to subvert the liLerlil'tIofthc' K. one lo >e\ille one to
cd for I'l'lIh'm'IIand all
indebted
St.'te.s ; and the said attorney in behalf a- the union of the Ker\an Lawrence X, Kenton Lic'u1'. ; ; & CO. persons I
people or destroy lo snid slate will expected to make lot
f.ires.iid gives the court further to understand Stalls. C i ii \\ !i Peiirncola, Jnnuar, 10 1 li'<+.t IH.TJ mediate DlCllt.I ,
that on Ihe tad: of Decemlier 1KWI! J i '1 hat the pi'iarc, capable of self goverumeiil L. { (! at Mantwn 1/11I61 .MMIt. J(:ft pad JOSEPH BONIFAY.Ejftculor .
Robert Mitchell Collector of the Customs( has UenkiIciiHiiisliiited and no I..cilandJr.! II. 3, I.aullet Mr. C. Lucrte I 1)161'/ANCE.-From New Orleans Iti I

the Port of Petnacola sei/ed the said Schr. ,I( lonsier! titluiiis of II"doubt- that cabalistic II. C. l.uiiitr 1\a lJ'II.I'<. I ll1hilf',2j4ll/1ilt'II.-I.'wm: ) Mobile lo Au Harriet for the breach oflhe laws: as before 1 aids are unnecet-saiy, lullous ns a coiolla- M. SID miles-From Augusta to Charleston '' Aug.Jip _
I set forth and the said Coliellor in behalf aforesaid I! ry. \\ bile, therefore we sustain the fundamental McMahon Dr. J. P. C. McCurron II. HdnulcM; FIUIII ('hailestuuuoNew I Notice.

further prays that said Schooner piincipiesof: the l'lliolll"UI)', we Morhii I' Mood) CKIII':. 2, AitReuv Yoik,0W) nnl'-s TIM I':.-From NewOr-, fflllK undersigned having obtained Let-
Ihrriot: her tackle apparel and furniture | shall feel it our duty on all fI'C'Uflillll1.IO "PVOIIC J, II. Moire II. J. 1". Marshall 11. .Menu' leans to Mobile, :28! hours "',.,m Mobile JL tens administration on'the estate pf

be forfeited to the use of the United Stile 11 i : the i supreme dictation ol a few to the Samuel\ lo Agusla, 132 him rs- From Augusta E/: <'kiel 1 Cobb deceased, hertby gites notice
Therefore the said attorney prajrlli the | many.lencrai. X. Charleston, 12houra-1'ruuu (. hIrlf.11I1I to to nil persons having claims against said
a<]i'ice ofthecourl here in the premise*.am] i! Our column* shall bo open tf the free Nuues II. A. 2, New York, WJdo. estate ljU4iresent them properly attested .

that due process! of law be issued against and te'iiperaledi'' eussn>n of all Midi, subhecls O.Onborn Making 108 miles per day, or 7 miles per. fur settlement, and to all persons Indebted
the said Schr. Harriet, her tackle, apparel Dr. L. Oakely Plultn. all to said make immediate
I us are cKIlllall'llo) iiileiesl an inttlli-\ hour inclusive! of slotipnjjes estate, to pay*
and furniture, and that due proclamation Kent communitj'-wluijurihcy! It of a I po 1'. !uny. lath, IH33. -45.-6t. incut.
with monition, may issue In this behalf to lineal, literary, nltgiouor commercial Pt'scuy J. Palino Mudm. C. Pow ell Lieut. ISAIAH CODD,
cite and admonish, all persons, nnd especially ( character. L' >. 1'tnk. Capt.; \\ /II. C. 4. '1 ERRITORY OF FLORIDA.Si Artminiilrator.

the said Michael Carrune !Master, & : A* caterers for the public ta"te, w e shall U. M:RIOR (:OC'RT run l Kept Silt, 1833.-2fl.-8t.
William O'Drinn ",p"It'd owner thereof, ntroduce into the coliiinim of the Herald I Rivers Elisha 2, Keen Mr. Lewis Rich- JtkfON; tot wry. S *-* _
lobe and appear at the day and place by I as great an amount of miscellaneous and III.IKOII J. '1'. Rioboo '.3Iiss. 1\1. P. Uiclgley .Mortise Ilinnlin... "\ = 3i Niunlk Currynllt'
| "your honor to be named to chew cause if .. a* consistent with C. S. \5. I Illmjawin FOR iilo-or hire by. "
reading may
any they have why the said Vessel called Is political and commercial op ch iracter-not S. ('lemrnti, 1\ IN CHANCERY. JAMES GONZALEZ.
the Harriet, her tackle aF panel and fur- oriT'-tlinsj to Invoke the muses in support Searcy Lieut. L. 2, Steward Musscna, James .H.. JJfum, $ I _Fcb.. 13th, J83cu,-
niture should not be condemned and sold. of"' The ('(Jcl,,' Corner. SetrudtrC. Slabeck/ 11. S. Havell Mr<. U. Ju rues Mttlt. received per Brig Emblem from
and the money arising from said sale to The Herald will also sustain the agricultural U. }'I' anjirariiifr to the four! thai James JUST York, and for sale at the New Store
Iw destnbutcd according to law. and) -and commercial ;nlt'rl.llIufthe country Uuderhill It. W. 2, :\IiUIlIIle of the defendants lo the a- near thin NII'y'ard, excellent Gothen

that she be so condemned and sold, nnd | and will publish a regular and correct W. mend( d billllf'rl'il\is nut an inhabitant of Mutter, Lard, Newtown Pippin, one box
the money destributed prayeth.GEORGE priie current of nil the lending articles of Vard Joseph, \\ ard Col. W m. A. War- i+ Ibis Territory, but a rtridint of n/ne (.IIn; I Fancy \\orkllatlets, Smyrna Figs, dryed
WALKER: 'I' produce and rllll.-UlII\lilln.\ ters Geo. It. .\\esly \\alkerfapt.. S. IIf the Uniletf Hales, it Utueiifoiriudtuilibut I I C'1Irr1'III.l'ihcl W inr.Swcet Mountain Ma-
Attorney United Slates. W. 6. CI11PLEY, \\ ithers! R. F. \\ hl't'lrigh'lIllt.. Gc,. Cuj't. unless be appear hcieoniir lefnir, tie lags \\; iue, V ry, II. Teey Current; Jelly,
I J. II. WKIJB.folunibu of the Sloop Fredeiick.ffary. third 'I bends y vf May vnt, and sass ( r PtcklrHl Ovsteia' Anchovies, .Wine Ditlcrs.
I'nifftl Mate nf.lmrriea! l Df'('. Kill 18U3. A Iheorigmal amendeil bills of complaints /Navy & Pilot thread, Butter, Water and
Dlst. of West Florida.\ i THRMS.The .-Adams Wm. 11.4, Ashton G. C. herein, that the same will be taken bs confessed Soda Crackers: several New ,Novels. & a
IN CIIA l tnS.: Republican Herald will lie \published :, 4, Abbey John ti. I:. Addunu Tito's. Abbey ngaiimt htm, and the mailers Iheieol' variety of other article.:-ALSO 10 Bales,

On reading the forgoing Libel, It is ordered nbtiut the first of January peat, Oil u \ \\ III.I I decreed accordingly ; and that this order FiiiflKiM.ii. Slieeting.Ft .
Dist. aforesaid cheet (' n. 'bc'prinled and pudl h<'d in the l'.n..n'lIln I3th: 1B35. 3k
that the Marshal; of the large imperial 0111:11111111I'tny by. -49.-
I f seize attach, nnd take into his J'Ht-1 four f'IIII1IUU-Olld will l be 1lloll'det.'kly.. I I Hell Lieut. II. II. lloyce Thos. W..2, Gu/ette: for Ihe space of four months from _
session, the,Schooner Harriet, nieniionedtn Price of Mibsciiplion Ihrced' annum I Ilakcr J. ,};. Herry It. n. Urtady Chi .. the dale herrof.-,/aiii'ary 18t//, IhSfl. Notice.
the! Libel together with her tackle, apparel J' i if paid in advance or four dugs at lira) Ion Sam) Deans James, liooth J. S. J. A. CAMERON, Judge D. W. i'. I| ,AT the next term of the honorable Ihe
,
and furniture, anti that ho make due & the e'udof the )tar. 11, Ue\erly \\'ui. I). 3, Hall J. L. 3. Ba('he T>ioma. Dall/ell being sworn, ...ith. /I. county court of Walloj county, to
I proclamation by pos- -- -- O. M. 8 butler J. O. !lord en J..I.: U81l1I James Mills, rmrrly of Ibis Tetritllr)', resided -,I lie held in and for said ('ountyon the first

I ting customary H copy of this order Iherl'f.r.i upon tho LOST.On will A.. b. liyruE. 3. .. I for a while in New-Orleans and, Utterly Mod y of March next, I shall apply for
C. in AUtama he i.lnf"rnll'd and be-
a thu anal
I settlement of
Harriet end three EkUteofEphraini
mast of said Schooner in :
of the 23d. iiit.1. between I
the night Cox Wm. 2 Crow D. 4 Christopher W. lieies that be still continues there.
Gordon deceased and
I of lobe dimrhar-
the ,
public places in City PensncoU, by (Ct.llin Hotel and Judge U rllier'., a wal) V. j THOMAS DALTXELK ., mote
I thereof Michael Car- gtd.
serving a copy on four hundred and thirtydoilarsvisi
I rune, Master, and publishing same in containing bills vf dollars cacbItllt' De lieu John 12 l Dallas Comd. A. J. Sworn lo and subscribed before me, tills JAMES n. CORDON, Adm,..
two fifty
I some News-paper: la the City of Pensatola, of Yeatman and Wood' Dank, iS'ash- 21 Dode Stephen 2. Doyle J. A. 2. t, IHih January, 1830. I II Pec. IJih 183. .-41.-.
I make K.Kgleston | J. A. CAMERON }. n. W. F. .
and that he
for the of forty days ,
space rille, payable in New Orleans, and the other : J. Edwards _. NoU.e. -
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return of what he does in the premises to
Court at the Court House' in Pensaco- : of the Orleans Hiuk. The remaindeftifthe Franks II. t'lIrJ../W 2, Frailcy J. )l.U. 1'rCMK'fttlH. the next tel in of the honorable the
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of tOte and 21-
Notes were composed I II E undtrslgiitsJ PolUh N.tlf cal' (' ; court of Escambia ,
( nr.hliUf'e county to
la the first Monday in May next ensuing county
on Tradcis Dank of New rI'
l ( I of the Mechanics and Colder Vm. GanttI). S. I, '
in the United Stales
[the Jute herebf. the Wallet and I propose beheld at the city of Pepsacola, on the first
And it i I. further ordered that if the ma i Orleans. Any one finding with hills Navy II. ptiblUhingan historical account oftme Polith]Monday'f of April next, I shall apply for the
er or owner of the said schooner Harriet '(,depositing the same j\/ajt/r Hammoii J. 2, lleuiinway J. 2, Uum- thclgralion these United States under final settlement of the Estate of Thomas

wish to boud the same,j that then and in I I Jany.Agent 30th, will I8m--47.be liberally rewarded.. phre) s J. llozey WmL ,line'f title of 'TIIE l'OLiS: IN The UNITED 'I'Commyns, deceased- and move to be die.rtiergrd.
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hat case the laid Marshal may summon', |( STATES OF AMERICA, tONI .
hanson ,Kelly, John Forsyth, Chwle''_ t1-: Johnson 8. 3, JoNsou W. JacuhVm.K. I I prefaced by a short statement of the 'hUto I THOMAS COMMYNS.. Jr.
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llack 1luutf of !/, ,
.1: eyser, Henry Hyer, and John Jernwm I I I ry o( the late Polish Resolution, and lo leaccompanied J.zwtflor.O .
r.., to value and appraise said Schooner, 'it leiern.rrilEpropleturor Ketchum Saml. Kennedy: C. II. 2. with nutlxniicuufhcrs coii- 10th, IfI35.-31.-
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ul the valuation of said commission- I Litteira Museeum of L. 'I nested w itlr the residence of the 1'1I1tt: in
r* or upon three of them (the same beingluly JL Foreign Literature, Sciencd Art, an Little Robert 2, Langley Slvester/ 2.II this cOlilltr)'. Form In Sto. SuUiiipitonprice : Notice.THE .
any
aworn by competent authority the I ball de lernuned lo dispose of the. Lyon J. W. Lockwood K. Lanier F dmund tai, payable on dclitery only j: underlined hariogobtained Let-
ruth to ) the1\far.hal.. aforesaid shall i illow sear of the back; volumes at a very reduce 0. Law rasun Dr. 8. C. 5. Lewis", \\ :n. 2, Ttie Committee Umg sensible of the adaulagen of BdminUimtieH on (ha estate

| said say matter or owner to replevy |price( ,n/y of Ibo oriinal.ubJrrip LoMiidcs Richard. I ; offered to the Poles b) a sltlemeiii : ofThomaaWrlgbkjdffeased, hereby noil-
M: this farmed land the of Ors all to whom raid estate U loth
*id schooner by entering into bond, part' t lion lie ihf otJ& !rs to Library Companies in piocecils persons /
ble to the United Slate America wilts 1'wo i Readiuf Rooms, and to gentlemen McKennty W. R. 2-McBlair Wra. 2, Mo- the work aflrr'dtfrii( '1 ihttspi'n'.t-i>.,f pub-j I -hied to present thtir acrounlf Iud ctaipiaI
good and, sufficient securities, to heap-I forming collections of books, 'au opportunity ram W m. 1*. Marrmt / F. 2Montgomttj J. lication, will be applied{ in aid of tl.ecofouy all stedfor settlement, and all penon Indt -
xjroved of by the Marshal in a lUlU doubt-i of purchasing twenty large ft extremely Martin J. 14l1iieri. P. Oil the Rock River state of Illiri.f: I I I led 10 said rsiate-wiUbe peeled toutuke
iOSlENKIKUICZFELLX I .
MARTIN : lengrt dials paymeal.OENJN.
$ I IJal valuable mUcrllaneous .luDlu lit a
t.1;m the said appraised valuation, condition: ii price Nicklioj'
said schooner Ilarriet shall be redpli-I fair below their cost or value ; an i>norluniiy { Nelsuti J. ; 'J\MNCZE\\8KI; I, D." RIGHT.
to thecustody of the Marshal as af rei i which roust necessarily be of shoat duration i O. DR. CHARLESKRAnsiH. I Admr.Auf. .
;jed i with her tackle, apparel and furniture, (' & which catinot. occur ajiin.: The Or home Dr. L. 2. I New .York, August, 1835. : 20, 183--U.-lJt.



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r- '. r.nin/ot! Tuesday, 12th, wlirn the extreme -! burnt for twemy or thirty .e onJ/. The' oreJ tckceplletoat more before the wind rice on every Monday but allows no
fBY .tt! 'AUTHORITY.:] cold ws" Increased by a' high wind, result .>f thU experiment was witnessed by with a losethwart, having lost the oar, &also dancing, and desires them to be considered .
and viojcnt snow dirt which rendered) them the Niilifof-l of It, who looked on in mutea tore up one of the bottom boards to AS nothing( more than con e1lalio"ot.
rti desirous of reaching home before\ the roids j ->iiiirj"cnt, arid by several respectallcentlcm..It which we made fast a handkerchief, and Apropos of soiries. Do you go to itcreta-
should be spoiled. Unfortunately! : after tra.'eUillg who have certified to the authenticity held it up, but tot sight of both vessels. ry Forsyth's party next Tuenday" f l>elieve. .
the traverse for some distance they I of Mr. lltsjoV: report of the About two or three hours after lo- I shall, replied his com anion- It
missed the;plaices, and after wandering eoie.-CkitrlttltPrnm. ,.!,1'ercery. Ung sight of them, saw another standing was now about one o'clock, and upon entering
i nbot:: forsomMimc were unable to rerov- towards us: "h ch'e expected the room where the cloaks hats Inc
Tt'tnriad or find their former track In Iff Florida Ijtelliftncfr.Tr.niitroiiv would soon near" our tinck, but she also of tin; gentlemen are deposited, i'found time
LAw "I'! nrp iiTKD4fAnn! : p.vs--n: AT 'THK: this. condition! l they had no remedy but to 1 (.MIDOLK: FLORIDA LAND. was passing at a short distance to uind- tlllll\l'lItuC'l.lallln a dreadful bother about
TWf.V "* TIIIHO Counts, fij4r; fl114 tI"'I.r : remain where Ihey were ; they according Mr. Ja.on HriiMin, on his plantation, on w rd ;"we held no the bo-itd M nth the hand ', the )I"M of Iii, cap which lie swore lie. hadgirrn
r rP..BL.cNo.3.j If turned their,horses heads from tho wind, the Forbes' & Co.'s pllfl'ha "-Shell kerchief, which being observed on board 'I : to H wuiurtotakecareofin that room
mr| RKSiH.rriO.Viiutti'ifising: : Hie President amid endeavoured by walking round their point settlement-produced this scasou, the vessel: she bore down towards us, and i and whiih could not now be found. I gay
ft tnfarnishratinu.to' certain inhabitant cariojes, stamping and jumping, to fccnp and brought market, by the lOih in>t. suit. ImiU'J by the captain to bo patient, and I inner' iiin't' that tharmy cap you've got
t ofFlorHii.Ho themselves warm. They became exhausted Jan. WWi: with the following fllrl'eiz : he would send a boat immediately li>r us: in Sour bund. No I said the person ad- f
it resolved'by the Senate and House and were seized with that drowsiness Omen, 1 women, and 3 girls; about ; dii'fMd.! I'm smashed eternally, if some
ftf llepnwntativesof; IIr tlm United Stales of which is experienced underexposure. to intense J2 years of age, 158 bags of elmbarque'! M'urup bas'nt. made off with my rap ; mid
A'iii( 'icau C' :irrMs As-tciiihlcd, That the cold and which Irfrvitably proves fa- Cotton, weighing 58YJ61bsO<< to New Orleans, ubout half past 1 I'. M. nil 1 that's" vs h..t I call immortal foul any how,
il, }'"'IIIt'at i of the United Slates be authorized till if indulged. Mr. Turcot aware of this", worth in this market 14 l-4c. Tuesday, 2Gth. Jolny.Sl eiicd: \ the Kentuckian ; and he tore up thepile
to cn,"c rations: In be delivered from danger aroused his companions who had per lb. 87,082 2SOU ( ned,) WM. WIKKMAN.J. nf hats. cups) and cloaks like a dog
tinjfHiiir, HinrrM loth unfortunate sufferer thrown theiuselvcsdowii and were nlreadv bushels: of Corn, worth $1, GOO 00 Mays: K-ra'ing| among 'loose earth, but withoutsuccess.
wit' are un tide to provide for them- dozrit l gtg and they eontinueleyhnrtiugeacfi Potatoes in proppi tjon. --- The fullowlug/ I ,.named] persons were lost: A IlIlIy unite for you said. theservant.
*elyes. and! who hive been driven from I other (wring jime night mid comiueiidiiig 68,482 82 Capt. Danks and brother, of Norfolk ; Tell Miss: Jane I can't go out
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their homos by InJlill1 duprcdations In Flor themselves tothat Providence which did Mr. WOIH, passenger of do ; J. Graham. vvithoiil my cap, and I'm'shot if I don't
ids, until they can '[be] re-established in Dot forsake; tljetn.Uetween This Is equawe: / think, to any thinfr$100 dodo ;' W. Taylor, dodo ; M. Morin, pf have it in spite nf all natur. I saw. his
thir possession, or $O long as! the President three and four o'clock the cold pro acre lands on Red! Biter, arc cnptiblc Gaudaloupe, und a boy named Allied, one r/rtw/ervvn rising, nnd I left him to get
may consider. it necessary.JAME5TK. became BO I Intense that they almost! despaired of producing, ; .besides, "we believe, thaton of the cievv.Correspondent. his head near ns he could, and returned
POCK of scciiif Ihe morning light ; time wore Mr. Hriiison'>.plantation, his Doctor's h lme. So;; ends the sc< ne, the first sketchof
Speaker of the lluu.it of Ittvreir.ntatitei.M. heavily on aod the coming dawn seemed, bill would not amount during'the year, to O. lie. fusliiouablc life in Wmushingtnn.Pods' .
VAN UUUEN, to their anxI6)is) eyes to be deferred for an $10.-M bereason the Red Hiver, it requires WAauixcTOM, January 26th, 1833. .- ,- --,- ,
I 1'rtdUmt nf the United States, age. At length the morning broko, but it I 4th nf tIll' crop, usually, to pay Doctor's The tall Kentuckian had warmed his (1.1 i'l.l'DS zcoi.1.
was noCi till 8 o'clock that found themselves __ __ ___
tI/lrll'l'ciltllloflhe Senate. they liilh -and -8th -transportation. of produce way into the supper room without Miss Jane u
APPHOVEU February 1st, 1836. about three gnartersuf a league from to lII rt.t'l. and'seemed ready to devour every thingon ARIJIVF.D.:
I ANDREW MCKSO.Y.Sttain land opposite the house. of Mr. Ldd.ir nl With reward ut tlic truth of the above thb table, HIS eye glanced "In a fine Sloop lluntfinnii Hernandez, Mok f le.-
Point Claire. Their three horses, which statement furnished: us by Mr. UriiHon- frenzy rolling m'crlhe viands,that shone in Cargo to .'. Collins. .
(' wrtlmeriea. Dr. had not moved during the mil1bt, were we can vouch: for it at the Cotton was re long array before him, and his ear eagerly ling Ueleodore, Baker, Mobile Cargo to
Lirdner then proceeded to observe that hardly able to walk, and before ru.ichjn: eciredand shipped! by some of our most drank in the sound of the corks as they issued time master. ,
'1' one of the grandest projects which had ever tho house of Mr. Mallet, tavern kt'c'lltr| {expectable merchants at SL Marks.. from the champaigne bottles in various I
occupied the human mind, was at prcwent -' Mr. !\f:1tlNlt: [ wasceverely frn t-hIUt'n in parts the room, and produced report PEPARTID,
1sI i in the progress of actual accomplish the face. Their sufferings had been moat Meant getting a 1.a' lIg.-lt In said like the irregular discharge of a platoon Schr. Cit-oe) Can, New Orleans, 89!
ment. lie meant that of'constructing a I acute, fur during the night the thermometer that In London. there U a cuss': or people militia. Mr. saudtheKcutuekiantothi vvug Dales Cotton, by Jerrisnn & Foster, and
(' great highway: for ?tcam intercourse bgtwccn had been at twenty-four degrees below \\ hl/oOf pnift'IIJiut' it I Is to rise before day I have: mentioned, IT1 thank you for a 8,000 Itrii-ks, by 1'. Gpmez.Sclir .
Now York and) London between the zero, an I thin cold greatly aggravated by and comnienco their peregrinations about piece of that Mrarduok. Its. a pheasant, Elizabeth, Forsyth, New Orleans.
capital; of the New World and that:'of tits: the wind which raged and varying inanv the town, searching for ohjacts l IIIt the My dear sir. A phnusant what be that 25,1100 feet Lumber, by Jos. Forsyth, and
:I Old.: Part of that highway, wan in the prl>- I points ; hid served! mileri.illy perplex pre'Iou>> uight and evening, .b)',the million i thing, your making genie of me. Not I. 50 UaJe* Cotton, 60 hide, by C. C. Key
a casof formation. It consisted of several thentand prevent their.forming any coiijecturc + and a half who swarm the streets. These Rut you elm n't make IIUfI.t of it. Will you ser.
: i tlase: : ; that of the railroad fruw,London to during\ the dark, of their relative situ- persons often make fortunes. Their gains! fly, or walk? Oh, let them walk byall meant Sehr. Wtn. I'. Satin, Moore, Havana,
to Hirmingliani -that from'jrrningham to ation. Although: tho could continued cannot hut be enormous, especially asstealing I said the number were n live I'm cliot, if I} 12,000 Shingles. ltJ00bricks, by H. Kelly
Liverpool-and the steam intercourse with the thermometer marking: at noon, eighteen ,{& begging, pocket picking are k'nqw what you mean replied the Kentuck -
Dublin to Valentia. which had as yet hard! degree of FiircnVit below zero the proh.t lj cwl! lateral sources emolument. i ian. Merely, to be helped: to the wing, or Sehr. Harriet Porter, Fisher, Mutanzas,
ly been thought of. 'Ireland was a country, anxiety oflbn I three traveller induced them Another one of the London! professions I Isdiittiiflirif meg said the uug. OhI| I'm smashed if I I ;23,000( feet Lumber, by If. Kelly.
which with all her political disadvantages continue their' tioine\vnrd route, but the i ; in. which very \'alul\l1lejewels, don't take both said the lull nov ice\ and the Sehr. Fair Lady, Merril, N. O. 31,000)
was blessed by nature with vast numbers suffering of the first night told heavily upon I lUohey;"& :. \lrLl'; often reward the perseverance nag vtry Kindly tenured him the whole feet Lumber, by J. Forsylh.
physical advantaged, and amongst the rest l, them ; ItVR.. not until six that evening ..1 of the''.nd nstrlnus. fovv I-\\ hich he seemed to relish: exceeding Selir. Flror.dcl1IarSc'over/ Havana, ;
a he might reckon a vast number excellent thoy reached the Cedars" & then There is. 'n man near" liiing in London ly. Pony, who is he? asked honorable, 26.01)0) feet Lumber by the Master."jV'or .
h ,r>>". No country i.i the world could inn mitt pitiable plight lavinghcen frostbitten who tune fnryeas: devoted himself to one vvhutij his lilt me. Slat ntniiiiiit umbra, /.
boasto: many fine and spacious! ports, ffier leaving: Miil.Vtt'u. Mr. Mont- ;HiinrlcbrntVrhnfrad'Ja-profit! from which replied the tvag, his name must be long snle.
lays, 11111 1 roadstead She had m.iny har pel slightly in the fa'o that he may III sp I am told. he has nreulIlulatt'd.an independent for the shade is tremendous. 1\1 r.V.. said A line schooner riggrd, cop
j It lI.lrslla; her west" coast, which would serve hh'IIIlCIr! Turcot has! his feel greatly property. He liu's in the courts and a gentleman at the head nf the table, whatis pered and copper fastened,
udmirahly m Htations for steam conveyance froxen, and will bo probably confined for about the register nfliccs'; and watches to that near you that looks no fine ? "Tis PILOT BOAT. Enquire of
s ss sy a rush the Atlantic; ; but Valoiuitt had,: been some month, but the severest MilTerrr Is :ascertainvlien: HIIV nniotml of property distance lends enchantment: to the view," JOHN CAMPBELL.
I Delected( as the extreme westerly point mutable young: .Lalonde) whrt it is feared: !by the I by time thousand vicixiliuU of events and ''UIIS\\eyed \\'. the wug of whom I hate spa Feb> 20th, J630.-50.-ts.G'AltDKK ,
I for that purpose. It was a fine anchoring meillcal attendant Dr. McNabb, will lose elmngeoflliejaw, is trmitifcrrcd from one ken. These are "linked tuitsngrs long SJ';EIN. '
\'t gruundby_ an Island l of that name his right foot.-AVIP York Com. Adv. j jMf.rry person to another. .,This happens more of- strewn out;; _shall send you some ? Waiter rnlll' uud"r.iult"d i hall 1'I't.iu.it 0 e.u'
|f 011 thecoastoM,, Thedistancefromi I tm".thnn01111I_ be lightly credited: by thoseho cried the Kentuckian, I'll thank you for JL -and general assortment-: nf Fresh; :Seeds'
Dublin to this point was un-ler 23J: miles al/ljlld /nenl-llItdlL thou nev \\ havc ever examined the subject, jind a glass of that eider. It is champitigne, sir, the of Shakers ,
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|I> which might be traversed in about eight j erany dangeroiiK fell in thy intemperance ? it also very frequently comes to pass that said the scr ant, smiling, and poured him necticut.
i hours. The. nearest point of. the continent Then Cod nhowed thief shy sin, but yet this. transfer takes |place by a mere casually out 1llIss.. I'm smashed if thisd<>n't beat JOHN CAMPBELL;
of North America to this point of did jo pity thy person,, that he would forbear -the death of man-w hose next heir i is old Kanttick hollow, so give us another 20th1630. SO.
Ffby. tf
Ireland, was St. JOhn's, in Newfoundland.'. thee little longer else 1 that fall luau the legal inheritor of his wraith without his gl.ass, mister. Why, I'm shot, if noiild'nt -'
The distance between the two was about been into thy grave.\Vheh tby gluttony I knowledge' and who has thus unsuspectedby drink Ibis! here truck. till da}*. And all I nijhttoo rjIIIE Pensacola Sieum Saw Mill *
11 19ti miles-thence to Halifax 'in Nova gave: thee surfeits and God gave thee a himself, often a right to large property I'uidJr.! fliunifi rersule manu, 1 pall)', will employ a gentleman/ qualified
i'3' Scotia. thorn would be another,run of 030 remedy, his meaning then wa, that thy -Our hero muk's u business of informing utennrturnn. His glass would hit the to take charge nf the building ofmills. A
!: P. miles! -and from that to New York would gluttony rather should bo cured sooner I himself of nil these affairs and \\ hen onto mark vrch more certniiity than his rifle.- lilerallalllr! )' w ill be given. TI,e-most un
It', not exceed the admissible range but toudh'f than thy surfeit-that repentance should beennmeientitIed to an v property, he immediately Yes replied bis companion mr undertone questiunabletestimunials, \\lIllJe teyuii Id.
ing at Halifax: would be desirable for the have been thy remedy, and abstinence and writes to the yet unconscious favorite and finally kill u snore! 'capital calf.' ,Application must Lc made to
,# take of passengers. The{ only difficult failing. should be. thy cure. Did ever thy of fortunehinting that lie can give IIn1Vho isthai making i-urh prepnialiens II NJN. D. WRIGHT, l'r<*/.
'' would be as". to tho rqn from Valentia to St. proud and revengeful spirit engage thee I information wbwh )vlll be very important and arrangements Cora -gnluritifgeonthe Pemtacola Feby. 20th, 1M6.-50.-3t.JC5 .
John's( ) ; and the voyage from Dublin to upon n duel, or vnxntiom lawejiit: and bud and agreeable, which hall: tie comiiuinicuted : !real things ou the table xaidV. pointing j The, Mobile Register, and New Orleans -
Bordeaux: a.nl back: It must be observed brought thoe off( with life or peace ? HU upon the payn\eil| of ten or to n tittle man with/ a blond faro, nnd n Ilulk tin, will please )publishtbe'foregoing
that westerly winds blow almost nil purpose then was. that lull merry should I twelve pounds-This, of .course in the Miiirk CI., Ins countenance. You might tell three/ times, end '(onuld iliiir ..ceounts -
the year round across the Atlantic. They teach thee charity. And) he that cannot first excitement of delight, is cheerfully I "hu'lliIlhluk, paid the member, from the to this nfliee for pa j ment. '
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were produced by the trade winds, being rend the purposes of God written! with the I complied with, and they do say" the manner in wjiu'h he provides for himself, JUST! received and for Sale by Johnson:
the compensation cause that restored tho finger of judgment (for as yet his whole old! "cntlcman is now worth almost a plumb that he is the chairman nf tie! enmmittee: SO Uiirrcls first quality: dry Belted
balance which the-te.served to destroy, according hand I is not laid on) either is consigned to I -Kay. of ways and means. And who in that round lierrings Cheap( for Ca h.
to that beautiful: principle ju nature Menial ruin, because Hod will no more endeavor faced jolly looking / making Jove Feby 2Cth, 1 6.-t U.-tf.
which always provides a remedy his cure ; or if his mercy still continue from the New Orleans n illetin. to the Shc-n)'. Mudeiio M.d other foreign .
,for derangement in the deranging cause and goes on in long suffering, it shall) LOSS OF DRIU ARIEL. 'vines That i* the ehairiimn of the committee Ulfrlrf of \VfetFloridn.Franklin .
itself. As a last resource;however should bcby such vexatiousinatrumentssuschcaus-: Thursday morning, the -JKt day of nn foreign relation: said the member. &>;>r. Cviirt.Srldtn .
the"* distance between Valentia and St tics and corrosives, such tonnentnjg and January, .the American brig Ariel, of Norfolk The speaker, has shown hill judgment in / C Dunning vs. Andrew Taylor)
2' John's prove too great, they might desperate: medicaments, such which in the having a crew of eleven hands, including making! M' jiuljciors! : a selection, said the und David Seldon: trading under the nun-.e
make the Azores, a stage between. very cure, will sonndjy l punish thy folly the captain, also five white cabin wng. I now left these wits to crack their style and firm of Andrew Taylor and ('<>.
83 that there remained no doubt of the and ingratitude. For deceive not yourselves passengers, and seven blacks in the steerage jokes and returned to the ballroom, where Summons ad reppondcr.dtm, in treeless[ ,
practicability of establishing a steam Intercourse God's mercy cannot be madfe n'patron set sail from the Ualize whim fine I hI')' olill continued t, 'trip it nn the light on the dire upon promises. dninagrs $1CO,
, with the United States.. As to the for any )nan'. impiety-the purpose of weather which continued till about 2 P. faulatlic t"I',' I.utlh! more sutisfaetion. OliO) issued Dewmler\ 28th IMS, ruble in ,
project, however, which was announced in it is to repentance-and God fwill do it by : M. on Sunday, 24th, when they wcreovertaken ;u" the crowd had been cnitsidernbly redueed April Teim IJ&G. AttaclipientitsutdEan.e
the newspapers, of making the voyage directly the mercies of it* mercies: or by mercies, By a tremendous squall from the and afforded more spare to extend their fillfllr. & 92,837/ C9.
", from New York, to Liverpool, it was, of his, judgements ; he will break .ourf norlha'ard. Previous however, to its reaching lines, nnd whirl along 1/1I|the' wiitz.| I shifted II E defendantsandailotherinterestedin
he had no hesitation in sayhtgperlhctlchimerical ; I hearts into a thousand fragments! of them, they had furled every thing but ubciit from place to place t but foetid very said eose will take notice of tl.e
!, and they might as well talk of contrition, or break our (,fn'K into the the close! ,te .maintop sail mid foretop little chaiigeor: variety The ludll" were issuing of raid writ of attaehment as afore-
making vqyago directly from New York ruins of the grave and hell. And since God Blast Btaylsail' ';"-8l80"'rleUTd' op-the main hanlt1I101f'Iely! amid mixed-old young, & said, retumubUi to the-next term cf said
or Ltverpool to the moon. The vessels rejoices in his mercy above all his works he topsail, Tho vessel 1 was kept right before nutl.Jh"'flf"tlrefined.. agreeable find affect Court nnd that they Kpi 'arm Mid me mid
which would ultimately be found the. best will be most: impatient Drat we shall despise the \\Iud, l but |It veering a little took heron ed. Stomp danced well and others indirfe- plead to tie declaration filed in said case
adapted for the voyage between this country that In which he moat\ delights'and in the, quarter and Brought her to, v* hen I renll y' but all seemed to I-c l pleased.! The according the statute in such case made
and the United States, would be those. which\ we luvc the greatest reason to delight she in tal.tJy upset., The stern Coat wall female dresses were various us usual, some und provided.It, .
of 80) tons: which would' carry machinesof ; llicjiches of thai goodness: w.hichists.entUl : thrown from the davits over the lee quarter in good amid ollielsln very bad tUl>tc-. "Pun (X ALLEN, \Atty of
\ 20J horses power, and would bo able to and part ofrtht glory, and is into which we got, M ith four others of honor,' said the dandy I have before mentioned J. D. WESTC.OTT Jr. $ 1'jf.
slow 40J( tons of coaU! To '"pply.a ten communicated \o us, touring us to repentUIt'O the crew and the captain, but the captain to a tall, thin, fallow coinplexiun- Jan)'. Oth, 1836.- .-13t.
horse power daily required j} an expenditure that we rosy partake: of I that goodi immediately got out'again to endeavor to ed youth with a piece of black hair! nn his $ 100 Itewnrd.fPSCAPED .

rIr r of a ton of drab; and consequently, 20J! )ho ness, and behold that glory.CHIVURY.The' I.cut..",away.,..;.._the....niainiia D..e... ,, .lno.,1.,. which.. a ft.he., ..1..D...\\asa-... ..._. tipper_,... lip...,..1.that._ ._. __Is-a.lhp...._.... n.mast' .. L f plem1id. ." ..woiiiunniii .- from He..Jail, 1 ,nf. MoineJL !
sea power irouio. require zu tone of coals l UUU' UVIUD, n. .n. u.,1 ""- .rt" H' 1111.0 nit-1' '.tur,' County ouinerii uicinci in ncrum,
daily.:'but iftht vessel carried 400 tons of Franks caught, the first was going downforwaid., We saw him replied his companion, 'lint I is thr lady of iif-rhonerby the name nf JAMES: S. felil-
coals[: only, it would not be practicable to spirit of chivalry in the war waged by I uakctdwandstimewcmherside, and weir von tuainbar of congress;; she is tics< jolie. MONDS "honll eonimitted to my (us-
undertake voyage which would requirethe Charles Martfl,'Charlemagne's grandfather the Lout were slackening her astern, clear I directed i my eye to the object, and behelda tndy omit three: judirtir.riita found by the
whole of in France, against!; the $;mrncens. It of the tr-ssfl when by violent the fine .
that quantity.: They must a jerk looking female, elegantly dressed, gruid jury of tbid ( (lUllt) en the ttvcrtdebuLges
make: an allowance of 100 tons for contigonelej. took its first spark from the admiration entertained rope) wus lei go: und there being ugly one hangiiiguiitlieuimofureiiatorandsiirroiiih' nf murder, jirncy, Dud laru n),
Thus in> by the Franks of the effect produced our in the bout were not able to ded number of
eckoning the -average WQ get by a gentlemen, eager to and made! his escape by means of false lesson I
length of the voyage! which might be undertaken in battle by the light horsemen\. o&, the her: back towards the vessel again and pay her those attentions fco pleating lo the the night of the 14th int. He is a native .
(by such a vessel, jjie might safelycaknilatw Arab from the violence of the w iutl and very vanity of the female heart. Her dead was of New Harlfc( 'id, <(' )iin.) a nmriwr: I
upon ado Ion of coals, which SCL'hIHUII8.-1A Rochefoucault tells us heavy rain, in a few minutes she was lost dressed a la ffrrcq, surrounded by a chaplet and has been fur several l years in command
would be sufficient for fiftreu days; and it in one of his sneering, withering maxins, sight of altogether.At ) of roses ; she carried in her hand an I ivory i- i of trading and wrecking vessel9ard nine J
might fairly concluded, that any pro that there is something! the misfortunes this time there wereeix of us in the fan which she handled IIh great skill. time commanded! the M'hr. Lydia: cf lUa-: 1
)sect which calculated upon making longer of others not altogether displeasing 1011' i boat, viz : ycond Mate, Steward two mid effect. Tho, the toute eutemllf w as delphia. lie is about thirty years.of as,;(', i J
voyages than fifteen days without taking One reason for this may be, perhaps, a sel- !lojn: and we two; The boat was kept be-, what might be termed handenmf" ,"therr five feet five or six inches nigh, has a row: n
i t
in a fresh supply of coals,, in the present congratulation that we are exempt from fore the wind till about 8o'clock vlieii a was soinvthlng in the eye and mouth tliat cast guilty look, d.arklalllJw ccmpUxH'ii,
state ofthe steam boat must be consideredchimerical. what our neighbor is afflicted by. We cm heavy sea struck her and capsized her j all did not please me. Her manners were easy tut from close coufincment for MVHU'numilis i t
<< Now the average r.ateof.pt'Cd of following from one of our exchange pa- of us, however, got holdof the keel, and tin, evidently acquired abroad, and she had bt'comtMlmr somewhat |>ulr,
the Mediterranean packets It 170 m.iles i per pers, as it has a reference (o the above.4 .- lield on; -by it, three on each side (of her cast a look of tenderness upon all that addressed has ft remarkable scar on his In< d-my; mid; the i utmost limit of. steam voyage When a man tells me he j U sorry for my tinttuiH.., About 2 o'clock, next morning, her. W. entered and made his bow I rears about his face. lie is well know m t
might I IHI taken at VIM! miles; hut even amfojuunes.. the most liberal constitution line of the boys died, and about 4 the second to her and she returned It most graciously. New York.here his "If '. connexions tetide. -
that could not be reckoned upon. [Lecture I con put upon) it is, that he is not very mate died also, and the steward That's a fine looking worn in said u person : t r
on Steam Navigation.] glad." aUmlS. After day-light we remaining he J" I\.d. Yes, replied W. she belongs '
i I will give the nbov e reward if he is"((tired
SuUTt' I.-Men prize: it indiscriminate-! : t three managed to get the boat tnrned o.j!I the vex family as you may observe from the the u r
Severe+ 'Suffering from (OJltTbt'fC are I :Jr. It Is good only in moderation and roUtlvely Ver, into which we got, but sue continued}'nujnher that decorates her pcrson /She iii any Jail in Ihe t'nitf States, or
but (uw th'it will not recollect the extreme -as rest or medicine. It may he to float by the gunwales full of wattvl mV- : Wears the rod, is.called the \rhitr, but; improperly fame reward with all reasonable. UpCltUa.
cold of the lath: .in.l) the ICili'of Dec. Dur 'I burden: It may be a torture as any unnatural hating wherewtrl!) to get it out. There was the yellow rose. You sec she is U delivered. to me at Key West.THOMAS I
ring the nights of those date: three gentleman state may be, Some seek It iutem- by 'haur\! a fishing line and book in the the, fO 'e1vtd of all the observer,' ass EASTIN, I I
were ..spotted to its severity on the perately as they do other blessings, and boat, with uhich we caught.a small hark, :attract general attrition. The attache U. S. JkUntHit.Key
river St. Ltw\r\ nic. with the tUcrnui'nelrr tome know not its uses. It serves to r>- about D o'clock, I', :M. and uthcj foreigners are fond of her"tieiy West, July 25, 1833. [34-lf] n
at twenty-four degreesJwluw! : : iho following new the strength dissipated in society, and No yet>scs in sight nil day We continued as she has a smattering of Fronrh mud lie j nu'i ICE. 0
de"*U, of their swtaings: we copy to digest the observations elicited ly collie clinging to the boat nil night, thin sea Han, andean give them a sentence cfcnclioccasionally "
from Montreal paper.TUeMiuerteof ion. washing very heavy over her ;-about ; but she certainly attractive i S hereby given to all persons muking), ue
the 2lh of December midnight the boy got quite delirious; he and always sensation wheievershe 1 of the >hart, in any shape, that use t1
t tJ ,p'a. toqrMng account of the sulft'rlni1pcri.zacN' CUItiOU FACT, |J jumped from the boat several times and goes, \\'r.roducf's' ambition. She has Company will not he rce for ta"1"! L
by three 'inhabitants of the A Mr. HAX*)*, student of medicine at 'swam short distadce, but came back when I j jrailed. been abroad for some years, and acquireda age.: or accidents, arising either from< defit )
m Ceders who II" t their way on the journey Berwick, Maine believing; that tills blood 1 About 4 y-bresk he left again & great deal of the polish and ease, and perhaps -., in the Wharf, or from Ion great weight he' I
(101149, faui M jutr**!, attempting,; after ingot become impregnated with Alcohol. we saw jdnt ujrblf glijrtgia the water, apparently t fascination of the best European society. 11II''plarc'Ct thereon. The 1I1.rwr. inking 1111- I};
dark across from Point Claire.10 the as Alcohol had been found in the vesicles! I I drowning t but we being go weak Her hush heu she'pleases. She this m rounren: << ml wish i lo litil re d,
J Isle PerioC!: Tl e names of these persons of the hraln of men! who died drunk, andM could render bint uo assistance-and so he'': wishes to' be relifoUow her own roiirfe. the put h. U at nn. cine will re fpnkeep ( 4 to ria
are iroa.as MassrtFVvuu M ij)etit & J. as frequent cases of spontaneous combustion Meiitdawn.1 j| and m ke a figure band i. proud of, the \1 l.ull j in ihe'umal ,c.od oruir..
D. Turcot, 41 young mts.i mined JIarin had occurred among the intemperate I Not Inn* after two vessels ,were seen to ,, her, mid permit her to gious. |,1.uI l J, JERRISON Jr. e
; Lilondeoll men of rwpeetuble families drew from the arm of a drunkard a of leeward 1 (hull and coursesdo n)"tanding favhion decides time empire, and often I I Srcretuty II'hrJC'CI, 0
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f.il itfee, *iiy. i hiM| >.,eJ on Col. P. not oil)' eJ was eleven hundred and twenty v- announciujr, the c'enl of tK.it mcmornMe ing at San Antonio. informing tie provisional
:s-ft () 3
---V lI. l by the rules military discipline but b)' I three hundred ha ing deoerled, rrh day I und the present Dukr) IIf .\ul IhullIl\'r,1 government that a force of 2aXK+ ) men

FKDRl'AUY 20. I :J'oral.The It still higher.prineiphe-the principle ot"1||( I I In, :* vf the surrender. About ere him. : land the tr..llllnr'III1t'I'hr\\, was the innbassador had' Item nl latn, 'di, a short lime before i

-- ; decd st.i.iI 1 ofm.Hkelthirty-two pieeeso)(:, rxlraordinajy < f Great: BnUin, nnd that 1511 men of thrm had advanced
\" Frigate CONSTEI.LAIIOI\ I preservation. lie ordered Lii-ut. Ward hi I cannon. and a larje supply of cannon (powder sent lo asMst nt the coronation of he lute M far us the ll Frlo, W 1) milts from Man

niul the Sloop of War Sr. Louts whlel he arrested. Licit W. resisted ilie order ; mil I ball: I King l-'r.ince, ('harlesthl''lust) a few Antonio. A ,\ on the latter: placew

used! offensive! language: to Col. Pjn'hand I It i is uiassillt'; tosny how many :Mcxi-I.I nuintlis unlv befojc the dale of ibis It-quest I as daily expected. In the Alamo there .
were stated In our last to be off the hare I leans were killed during! the battle. It 1, from his rtt.iliu'{ to the I'nited Stales of A- were then omy ': men j with little provisions.
armed ilh three of then
dour both clime itt on Saturday.' They; pistols one I supPnss'd however that the mimbcr IUl''I'' merica. { The netinit jimcruor had issued a

are direct from .K..yp t, and bring 110 cocked & presented' Mood out in open defiance hateht'eniesrh5uhuhidred, with many 'rhl'IIUHI'lIiulI"!, piest-ut themselves proclamation on the Irish till calling on voluntiers '

and declared lint he would! !hunt wounded. Our torn was four ).IIItoJ'- \ t"i ilie nun,I. by the. ..s-nciMtion ut to | thr defence of San Anto \
from the Indian War.- Ilu
news don the first man w ho attempted to cxe wnuc few here wounded, but none dan these hijitoiieal recullrt'liais, w )ii! the run. lulu
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Thc following is a list,ot he officers 01 grruu I)'. : dflion of the testator dense additional interest We also leai u thnl lie Trxinns etc ft

the Constellation.CWimxiW cute the order. Much: of the tl'"lIlI\lIny The extraordinary: success ntirndiiiji from the nature of the bequest ; the tug nit I nn nriuy to "rilt Matamorai ;

t Alexander J. Dalian.: goes to shew I lint 14 1'I.t. W. \\:1,111: time act I our amis, affords a subject: of the limit se. devotion of a large estate! to nn institution and prove that limit fight uith Mexicans: for '

presenting: his pistol ul (Col.'Parish hen rious reileftiKii.! \ It has struck our own I for the increaso and dilVuMon of knowledge the constitution oA IWUj, end not against> !

f.ituttnant, Edmund Byrne, John I, the l.iliersl.ot hun We lire informed thai army w itli awe-and since the taking ol among mm.Of I the Mexicans for irpulilic h( which they 1

Ball, Grey Skipwith, Stephen Johnston. the town and viewing{ the almost lui'tregnahlet'titress nil\ the f.iund.itions of f-Mtablishments\ I liivesworn ulUpniiue under! but umMitutton. I

Gnrdon Jo:. Ashton, Charles II. A. II.. Km inuehexcitement. njaiiM (VI. i'artshcxistr of the enemy" ) on will for piotm i'r charitable Uses, which es er '

lie t ly, George M. Baehe, ibout Tallalii: : .(>. bin there can lie nn hear in the various groups! but one M nIl I signalized the spirit of the age, or the comprehensive CO' They hn e also I revolted on rtiollier

loulit that so 1'1)Hi at the farts are madrknown : sent vs lncsst'd--'l'ime Almighty 1I1lIWronld U'lietieciuf of the founder I .1t'IIItIII I :mirth will n.eit with tlieapprobation ',
I /,>tl Burgeon, Leonard Oshornc.1'nrsrr ha e sated us." Nut truly in the our ni'rmhtats; who trade !
:
{ of the
) the excitement ill i\e liiunqualified I none cun be named more deserting 4
.. John Dt' Dree.Actinsr % say storm of the town but in all our battles, thl' approbation mankind than Ibis. SliouK w i.li lit' \1'11 that I" lu 11.t i from the con |

Matter, Raphael; :Semitic. approbation of conduct.. In same remarkuble motion ands un.ei"-< it be faithfully carried into rlVeet with HIIearnestness I mplaied sjstem of ;piuiteeimjr. Wenrcisqiusled T

the bereavement the family of :Mr ha\eHltended our men. and sagacity of plicalion, ,ta bj roiuprlcnt authority: In stale
A.it. Surgeons Samuel E. Laurason '
; On tbc'' th OciobiT, foirhuiuhed :Met this- in ord'erlo remote the apprehension
Ward has !!gulTi-ml alllust cni|uif, propor- ,
Win. W. Valk.Prnfator icans"with lI'tuf attacked of nil engaged in the trade. J
cannon MI'\irlll
t\\lIp lioncd to time means furnished by the wllof !
none we feel assured' from a know ledge rt1 l
ofMnthenuiticn, Tmeinan B. ninety-one of our men, IlIhlt;ntiera light the founder, find lo the greatness and This i Is nso| to (.ru' I llinl I w, DM of op 'r

Ransom.'C'mnmo'hire'. Col. Parish will sympathise with llu-ni of two hours, there defeatediilhu los simplicity of hill design us by himself des prcsMon nud lust hem' guides (be Texluu-s in

; more deeply! than: hi*. Tin: deceased of07 killed, many: wounded, and the loss clariM, "the' increase and diifusinn o f their present contest t and Unit llio, they i
S rrefVirjThomas :Miller. of one pieeeof III tiller ;-our :loss wasoue war not against Santa Anna, mid uuliinry)' {
a brother George Wurd Es(j. '. WII"I ) know It'll l ixc among uifii u u no exlrnvatfaiiecof -
l.i'utenaut nf .11<1rilll'l, Nathaniel S killed and him' wounded.On uniicipation: lo urcl.tre.that: his dictation tiny war out aci.iiisl the! cleat t

Wnldron.'aimil. Sl'l. I the Vjt'iih of No\ ember e had anollier motto' will be liereiifiereuiolled among the con people, republic nor ('I\UII.t t '1 I'I" I
The following i j" the finding of the. Court ensacemenl! in which I p.iiTicip.ited.Our of mankind. will restore confidence tumor ensi.as ; and j
/ .." ,1,,. Vfm. Chandler, Jamo" eniinent nelartors l ; '
of Inquiry. force. lint uht {into iietion. did not ixeeeilTS ,,11111II\tmul" tic cause of Texa'.
K. Bowie, John F. Burden, Ilojer Perry. The attainment Clr knowledge. i Is the
wlu.'ithe! were nll"'Il''
'The Conrl having: paiiently and carefully nirii, rueiny hmh .,hid/ e\clusiM utliibi-ie of ,tan, aiiioiiij .
MiififiilHnrn, Ja,. :Midison! Frailly. inn 3'.M strong., asi>IPd by a piece of urt\II'I..1\: k [
the
I cxainiaed till theviinrn.scs who \\ lIlt! nninlieile.-s nmiiids, of iinimael : FHOM TUB WAH.-Within past Sect
W. Taylor. James IL Siron !. Stephen f'rel We routed limits, after a Uitlle of about hits returned I
: ( 1 brings Inhubitnnin oi the. terrestrialillnlif. ('opt. Als'on's I volunteers e
named themml I ins 's'.i to < fully
their
with loss
niliiuies, ,
Dil I, J"It W. D. Ford, Wm. ru e. Purry ; flirty a on- part On him alone! i i.s l>e-lo\\ ed, by the r"l the III real re of war, thf'l lei m of service '
'nines which led to the death of Licutcn- of II killed and tiiiiny wounded, und all In the cuur'm'uf their
, bounty of Inc Crcntorof ilu'tiui\er, tin linking
W. S. Baldwin.
Hu-nphreya Augustus "
;mitt WII.LI.VM WAHD.: of the Volunteers ;; rpsck-mutt'-Ilitr! : \jwrty siislninej tinloss. (IH'tnrrnmil the. ei.ieity| cf ae< ")Ir ill I: know I I.I I. shirt campaign lliey met with but n single
L >wis C. :Saitnri Samuel A. Turner Wm.B. Tlie in u duet and oniparly
proceed, in olh'Jience t_lir order ill.lilll. t'nl'myt're 't1 g:'. Knowledge' ill IIII' allriln.le of bis lui of'opportunity exhibiting{ their prowess, &
Whiliu E. Temple Shubrirk. John ('hlrlC'tll\IIJ: rou led them I'rom II themselves by
? en.ibles him ini this signalized
lure, winch once to upon they
\ i ire then'tin.The .
ting the court to n\\r/ opinion Tlit grupe-sliut 111I.111I11'11.1'1 balls fell likehaleimuitlr
t S. BoothVrn.. Williamson.{ John O [prose his condition UJHMI em III, and inprepare the ,icptilse of a large body of Indians, ex
n,1lmpI.lr
hlilill{ \
HII.I! without
court is of the I'XAXlMOr.S upon us, combined fun' under Col.
him for Ilie eujo\nieninfa bapi{ eecdine the rs
Wilson Franeis P. Iloban Wm. |
May. all
i musk who but time Almighty
! on that Lieutenant William: 111'I1 wa< er e\Hteiiee hrrm'.iftcr. Il tIIlthl,. attribute Parish by one Third In this engagementbut
. Richard II. Lowndes, Jas. A. Doyle, Geo.Wirkham thrsVpiijjru'en.ieiits, could havu thus pie that Ih"I'II\'I I bis tinluie his of the a" killed. The.Indians
killed by 'ol. 11. C. Parish ; the said ( 1)1.) I man: iivyt 11t' 'nlunt.et
Wm. B. Beverly. st'rs'd us / r.ulli nil beiU'enj tht.parl.I.I'r I fled to a hammock
lilt link between us neighbouring
1 Parish[ in the cxeculion of his in the
beiiijj legal Mexican: soldier is{ nit now
r;,,,,,,,,,: Samuel G. City.liiaturiin of, Immoitiil "Iirll'l"| created: and 1IillJ hlhanllje tlllhit'I.t and
ifTu-c ; and that he is fully jiiililiel I from 111 (''t'e'-all,1: we IIHUI demonstrated for higliLr und more duriibla ends, that llu night escaped. The
/ Cham.! !Mothews, the Mexicans tb.-tt we are moretbanllieir J'lrull'
(he rircunistaiiccn of the case; in doing so to the ('IIIIIIIIt'llIlrilwlC of teiiiKs which pt'oplethi'ruilit next llu: scoured the hammock
Sail M-ikrr, Benjamin Crow. match, w hen tli-y native to owe.iT1iavcpsinblislMil lurlll had
nnd\ Ihe air nlternatcly
It would' be impossible to conceits n case \\ 1 in the tropleof Tcxust'n'sfmdrnemm IhpII'r'IIII, enemy \1Inl..h11 1hl'
Acting Carpenter, John O. Butler. { iiistinel with life, nnd melting: appearance of this troop upon
which would nturecntlr'ly olliecr that 1II'I'IIhio to tn.mint misslhens.el'.ct
justify HII
: they into moultl" into dust. fits the star war, in the highest ,
or
tile Merchant vapour, ig drlrl.t.
f When Steam float \vasI' in command in taking the faw intulisoun iinai'ist tlir u.
l,M' !leaving t'lls port for Tampa Bay, with the hands. Ills I legal and ircess'tryauthority Mi'Xi. o. AnJInow have no OouU' ( fist To funvsh i iln-refore tiniiieaiiii, I llieBreatothufHi of tmritmil ringknowledge They seemed indeed nothing daunted but ,
' we will on al\III'l'tI!> : and that 1 eNas:
, no lll'r
overboard.-Thin us commandim officer, was defied will, ercliMtii.!! lH>eomeonp of the richer\ that can: be conferred upon mmkiiid. ready and anxious to lake the field. 1.IY i '
; arei lent occurred near the entrance ol II life itself and enlarges llu .tbein luive idrendy Cnli"'fl for apothe |
.. resisted! | hu look the usual mid le- anI: most II"iu'i"hill\l portiirtsof lIlt gl hc. prolongs '. -
the ftarh'.ur.. As the boat was tinder full sal to resistance 1v Itet tier nr not :Santa Anna will not lei sphere of existence.' The earth wnsRhcilo Icrmof "I'n jrc.-lnrI 1\
means
military repress alone I is of doubtful.! The o in .n for cultivation, ,lotbe. {imprnvemrnof t
us course, pi
mica Iwii-1 the mm Funk and 1 drowned 1 bcfoirelic ,
ordering the arrest I confinemeiit olMeutenant (
by nn pie of Texas/ ba e but little fears from hint his own condituui. Whoever inr reases 1'0 TUB WAR.-Our troops a Conip
/('II'IIII be IIITnnll'cVt'III,1! not then : Ward,, his seizure and disarmus. They feel satisfied 1 that: f'OIlU'I 111'11 lit' his knowtedije, multiplies the u-es |III Drown ( near Ibis pace) are hl'ginllilli to I

mn'Ui'
tins, un'-tsinre+ in the mind of the fricudi order I Ill" "was obliged therefore execute friend" of the 1'nilrd States ate .illanti) ('"-catiir to his own brtufit, and, pnrlMkesiisome hum'red: stand of arms were received II'ro
sleppiiiifforunid! tumor ussistanre.! About. decree of that goodness!! which i+ on Sunday last from Augusta, Geoigia{ I
of UMHO on board, as the name of the man
the order hil1l*t'1f! and ill dlllllt no his. four hundred huts, already iirrned-and ibis hi>lici attribute Omnipotence its If under n mounted ocort, and pluced in the

w.n not known. On Monday last the ho t'ollll11l'l U fully justified in the opinion! mil! Si liaioaioiiranees+ fio'\arioiis oiiailerroflli \ If then the Smithsonian: Institution, tinder bauds of men w ho arc eager lo use thl'n a- .t

dy of the drowned man, was found by Col the court. ? s.nuli and\ west I. Iliat ten thoiisutul the Mnile of 1111 np|''louinl our wivnjjo foes 'I lc disHdvnntiigcaaileiidaut .

f'. Gonialc floating! in the water near the [Signed 1 (". M.TIIHITSTO\ men will be inarched to u'.ir iiM.i i>.tanee, II by the r.lIhr"llIlI. {pTmancirt; 1I'l'lit'I" ii|>on riitilli efllcient Corf't in acountry
lion{ of the fu rt.ist'ed by Ms founder
Ilieui.Sinee menus of arming
leijuirc
wit
shore at Filter's! Island, lie wore"tlit' "llrl III'alll ant t
Captained Artillery.I'rttiideiit. : the surrender, Gen.: ('(1" hits r"' to |tii> purpose for which be has Itt'stnsst'dtht'ni uthcrw eipirpping for the field are

/gray: uniform lIthit J.ol1i"iriua'olunl'rrl'. marked. '. t""llll' was nist! l>en in tin people ,,b(>uldlo\refleclivr to hit lr promotion extremely:.diliicult. as they are in Florida

nn.! IWo '$10 S. Orleans Bank Bills, wee HORACE: BltOOKS, of Texas; -he tboiigbl he WHS l fiuhtiii'j : if I they rh'iuld l contribute rssentially liithrrto rtitiiely destitute( arms and other

" fonn.1 in his pock"t.\ but there were no paper Dre\i't, 2.1 Lieutenant mid Recorder. men, but. ho found ho Was co.ttenditig JIltd'rill to time incrnoc uiul ..ilijfuttuii} munitions of \\or-Ila\o been severely
.
lemur,, !' HUH, lo what higher fir And
< iimonp fell in the picscui campaign.
I tll'Y"II
elite found him Indiclose
nor thing
*
any upon The fvlloviinij in an extract: of n J.fltcr My I description I )know, will appear nolileroliject c { his name. A coffin was made for doubt will consider it burgh did doiiHlion hate; tx'en dev riled ? forceMifliclcnt lo
imil in lull
from a l gentleman; in Texas to the f'llil..r! "I l many no Ihl'I' ) 111" 11111
the body, and it was decently interred at It lio ly I \:: !I'ralf'II-UIlII jet u i* but a pMnhlateiii The father of tl'" testator, upon foilnin the warfare which
In horihf'lt1
the Alabama Joiirnul. win
Foster's Island.Gen. m'ot'eted \,ni t.f 1'ie facts its they t'\I*t. AI 't is. .iii.11\I'll with this I.eiiics of the fninil ly i is rvBing our Territory.

that siirli men us united tlie Texi.in for' iliiMili iniyeinr. in n 'II/trlnr the cuinpai''iimjxell : of the Petcvn, itsMii-ietl, b> un net of this, Six companies are now under marching

Scott had reached Savannah on the! ecs wouldulwajs conquer| where they HJHroiehed / so exliaonlinnry mud sit brilliiinl IliitisJi: Parliament, (but iminc, uidiiiide IrII'rlllt iberncHinpnieiit, lo wit :-

14th inst. Like most large bodies, hell'l'mtt > an equality, in point of numbers has been our sueeess, that I IUlIlI'tillll'lIll1l1 It beeinue Duke of NorllinniU-rland. limit. Ciipt. le'llrry'J Ion Vulunh'f'rl.C .

to move slow. lie must take) rare that the ma ilh the fiieiiiy. But their Mii-ccps, suit! Ji i, posci d| to doubt bit rciility. renowed l i.s i. the name of Percy in thbUioi (' 'lpt. 'I'humpsuo's'I'allmihassee (Imirds. 5
--- -- I ieul utinuls of England, resounding a! 'apt. Taicm's Leon
Drafu'cllh'lI.C'"I1
war be not ended before ho reaches the In lill more their st'rs'atiun in battle, {i- The exirnct from the of
|pn following report it does rl''l1Ihl! 'summit of the (:llI'viuthili. hhaw's (: D

dian 'Ixnindar-' : -' Gen. (Gahlf' command, be greatest of model u miracles. 1 If w e are I the M'lifl committee appointed to report; ., to the cars. of our t'/ehiMreik In UK Allison's nd.ct'n) Volunteeni. i

Tampa Hay:now numbers at leant 13(41men. $) In ('Ji\| t' the JolaU'lIIe'lIllC ma.li-l IH.IIIIhl')' I upon MJ 11I11('It of the Pri>idcul'n Message Nil lad of Chevy Chase, with tba rlasMciicoinuiMilary { 'apt. iiM-nd'sJeflersoii Drafted Men. g
I'M less his hands Jied by conic of Addition{ ; freshened nnriMinviiti'd < A Inn election for Field Otlf''rl hell 9if
are in Ilie
exhibit state of things unptirulellt-d as mist to the luuch-tnlked of Suiilbson, In inir .inriiiorv. ns ,it. has .rrnnij ..., < lfnlnv. nt iitcrncampmunt .... -R.-m:.. f
rigid rule of military discipline, he will lisloiy of the world. God: must 'indeedlave IIt'ti'II', is the production tlr Mr. J. Q. Adams bein front the pureM fountain of 1"II'li.I eal as.J'b'cir(1 Lit tit.'' Cvluncl, and Co).

give the country a good account: of our tar fought ilh the army of Texas! I chairinun of the coiuinillea. The rut in.prHtion) in the luf'icr strnin 01 Read, Majors/6.
\
vagefoe, before Gen. Hoot troP* the line 'I'1It''r lcr I+ (jiving nu account.of the subject 1 it'lclfisso uniijue, HO out of the III" j'k (',silts./ liinrd by u lard of Cllit

of Florida.: This it is understood he will fall.of Sol Autuiiiii.. 1 common course of things"" as to call for own native Innd s doubly imniorlulieias A Ic'tierfroiii'Xiitwerpsayn :-" The In
the deiiihlet-s! dramas f tkcs
: it is in i> have
.
, of gitniorders
do about the 23th inst. "Our being about a mile from tin world surHiiee companies Antwerp
camp boincthing more I\lull.'i.nmmon\ place re pear ; "' Hitideiit ageiusl the III lojhrir agents testiccting insuran-
town, and ot easy acces.s from the Alamo. and Mr. Adam whoseri adorns urm ," m it Inn e beni in ages lour
The Steam BoafWatchman, Capt. Vincent could be used port ; limy .('('s nuiunsl Ihe dangers of wart we are assured
only one half; of the force and! still be In ihq \ \\rh."" of itspresent
past, tasty Insurances
bus done il the forbid'len such
thing that il touches they ,
from but
,
arrived here yesterday morning I fur the lllrm.-'rwo hundred and sixtt'I'1IIIII'll every : by inlieriliinic\ lei tin
posecssnir ; which
I Tampa Bay. She left/ Tampa: on Wednesday conseqaently uit irked Iliac of the fullest jiHtieit. But every such exhibitioner trtisl l u( James Smitlisoiiio I the U... toilal' or I orx woud cithsent to undertake them."-Stan*

,but bring no news of consequence! stone Mimi a''. outside of the public! fiquari' the extraordinary powers of this ililinguicliedtind America, 11f'! fuilbfutly!. fxwutrd by their viard. .

('(;concerning the Indian War. On Tuesday and ('arm'ellhem, without the loss of tnan. gifted inilititlkii, ft,)... only prcxciiuiivc inC.>i>jresM! | If't the remit I
tliein.-ehfs of llulouses -
After possetming leis "1)10 luerrnse mid 1 I
fcrctunplisli object,
: last the Troops to the number of KIM cannonading coin to increasi the inurlificilioii wbich "must We tocommend Ihe
a most inccHHUUt diffusion of know (..IJlII among men and to advocates pf a war
under command of Gen. Gaines, left/ Cantonment nienreij, from the town mud Aluino, will be fell by every admirer of genlusand learning ; wreath n( more unfading tcrdi-rc shall I with Fiance, the following story :

Brooke, in pursuit of the enemy, discharceof musketry, whirl cont'uiiiedor ul seeing Mr A. engaged: Iii: to iui r- : etitwiiut itself hritxHtipjie nf fniure%f'e around .1 trng fJf of Abtvniity.* We read,"
twenty four IIOIITM. Our men. bciujjiroleCied Ihe of Smilbsnn (bun this uni snith Brroardon Scsrdeun, "that, in the
it having been ascertained that a considerable ruble scramble for station! wl ch isconti.nually {. nsino ,
f\jxirit-iieed H loss of only\ tutu filch I led hand. of triiditon, history und poclryhave family of Liinluo, at Padua, there were
of he is
force had assembled! near Tampa. Capt. wounded whil that olbe goingfllt tlc hotly a Sum
Lilleil uiul eleven t I bruided mound the iiuiuo uf Percy, once two brothers who being, on a
Vincent'reports that on the day fit hill de', enemy was consideiuble. The pros-!! mender. The dignity of literature wusontrayed III rou uh the long pi-ri-ptclite1 III nges post mer's dQ't In the ('llIulrl, went abroad

p trture, some. firing was heard in the direction prel IMIW wan indeed glanuy.--Tim front ol when ho put himself in the way of a, thousand )'f'lIrli. after rtpper, talking together of .many t
our men ucrn the simile houses und cmmnknienls of being ul motel run ,her too byctc-ry I ; things, as they were standing and gazing
the whites. run ,
of the line of march of ; !
the ; i the Fare of the twinkled the ski
) protecting public square 1Verre'eluestedtoti| | ylust on thc star that \. being
Seventy friendly Indium are with Gen. _iiml wherever they set their feet, they third rate intellectual gladiator of the acts I Female Society in ('fII. ('timt with" ( lui i>t then began in merriment to lay to Ihe '
hate been to and inuskttry.Tlioy which he has chosen. 1 II I is motto tdiouldlia tumid I had oxen I
4!ailll''' command. They placed were exposed:: !grape Church) wl'J' ('ustrieswe lot the rooni trlulf'r)1rIl. rr : \ .many I lf
succeeded, at !length, in driving I lie CVsar und bin Imminent the other answers
under the/ direction of Cupl. Maunders, formerly e l Ift.,, or nothing, in I slurs il1 ;
enemy (noun the three cannon: coinmaniliiii! : he would bate (Jaruirr's: Hi-aiding (House, lately oc- him { rtMMiily s''and would I had ti pastureus
,
i nothing
Suttlcr of the Troops at Tampa Bay. :{ I po.iiieally '
UK it was the funk be Armament and therewith
\ll'il'd-lIl1d
be lionsi'rt" I lln-y rupied by on Tuesday evening "ief' his i ,
'apt. V. further informs, that u few day* ni'-ossilile to si-ale the ditches and breastworks k-un trey sure in his rclirtiutnt nt Quincy next. Thi article lo be disposed of, which timing (fir his brother, laitb unto him JI'

before he sailed, three hostile Indians! had our )party: commenced picking to IH-COIIUJ IheeYIIIJIIUft'f.f the republic aicnxMly lh woikof) the icsofihc\ society wber wouldst hull feed thy oxen' 'Mar*

been .Iplun.el-one of them believed to IK ioles thro' llic tilmie walls. witlKrow-bart: and trerythiitg that a man of true umbi rte, in thy pasture,' quoth his I.ralher.I'
and /finally "lIr(' -dI'd in fleeting one tiifll- : w ill be lioth fanciful and useful. The' objects would' quoth the 'whether thouwouk
cvuid desiic IIr.I
lion .
a spy. He came to runtoneincnl linukegretendigto ciently large for one ,ran at a lime to past i lo a hlrh,lie promts of the fair are to be I 'st or pot.' ,' replied the second
be drunk. When he found ', The tehtblor, James Siniilmon, a subject I 4 in' of teetmti'ea
Ihrou h. In this mann( they proceeded : devoted are Christian anJ Beiu-volent. WI''tu&'e spite my ; an
that! his! device would not avail him he attempted ticking{ hole through the various walls, 1111 IIC Crest Uriuin{ declares himself in heard io be table swrrs (the oilier, 55 haucwver thou couldst
also llul there is
the caption to the will, it tlcsci-iiitciit in a ,
and killed. hey ads anced, mil driving! the curmuyfrom due lo contrail their
to make his escape wa loom to room, u* they nroceexUd. blood iroui. the Percy's and the! .Seymours .supplied Itit\ refrr rlimenti. All w ho w Miturrets sport lit 10 Jlerf'\pn sadat

The Sloop of War Yandalia is still lyingat : \od in I his* way they corked: nod foughl two of the most illustrious Aislur'im'mil to)lie vlj jnt, are invited to atieud. last to furie, the one still ofTf ring to

Tampa, and will remain there toO long as fur five days, until they had driven the names of the Urili .h ihlmidn. Nearly i. lit louder than Ibc other, that io the end

there U any use! for the services ..('the ma- enemy (rim almost Berry house, intu their two centuries since, in 1UK, the an- The Baltimore I'slriot of February Sib hey drew tbvlr swords, and fell to it so holey .

at the cantonement letVnces, around tlie hurrb ecstor of his own name, Hugh Smith. | staled in a burr fri in Waiiigto'n that ihelurnM of a band, they ran one
rines, now' on duty tiotli parties hud been on, iiiimeilialrly after the restoration of 1)-11. ibe bodie that this
t'p to this Il'riod| the Prt'fidtut bus nominatedGciifral another lbrw one
that
Col. Twiggs of the army, is in com the JUI&I of tbc Stuarts: reciiied: ,
where fighting under\ the ..8ml'alr! ; but now Gen. family fell 4av th ether "olhe uav,
frulII Charts\ tbto -corid. a a tcu GALL un Governor of Florida, in Cue Ine
)
Y
attacked ,
mand. Loss; iMMsted a black flag, and our nih uslKriiig theirhlood, .
______ during popl.
party with the must 'desperate resolution his eminent wrtUes luthathoui'e place of Major JOHN II. EATOH: who ha >flb" hawse hearing! tbe birdie ran
The LegislatiseConnciladjnurnedonthe the next there the civil wars, the dignity of a Baronet of '* Tale and llirut
From six o'clock morning, Utu nuniinutid Minister to Spam. lieiM but came to carrying
14th inst and our representatives, Messrs. "'alscarce an intermission in the roar of England, a dignity still held by the Dukesof into (he house, the both coos gate vp ibo

Blount and Morton, reached home on Wednesday cannon and musketry) ; and the town during Northumberland, dcrcendtnls from the On tit 8th, Ihe President eommunicalrdloCougressi ,host.- ('". .ril.

have received none the night, presented one broad sheet t s-ime Hugh Nmithson. The fnibcr of in a very short Message, the _._ .
last. We as yet wiih the Lady
his marriage >
the
flC tame from the firing. Our party hu- testator, by fuel that Creel Uriuin bud jiroft-rrcd her NOTICE.I .
of the new lawsait ) continued to forward, cud finally Elizabeth Seymour, who Will depended '
evt-r d rote them (rom pros the church, and every by a (""ulr.hllt! from tlie aiicirul Ptr- niedialii o to 'Ill; our al-irs with,France.. | 8ru'(.fcy Ives that the directors of lh

is with great pleasure that we learn qunrterof the town-making them retreat cys, and by Ibe subsequent creation of Carefully gvfding Itial point In the tonlro I Hank of Peiiurola w ill teirafirr IIf'e'

that a court Court of Inquiry ordered I I precipitately to the Alamo, across the rir.During'their George the Third, in 17< Duke) of ihuuibcrl.ind. His sou anducce.vor and of tech All
Thursday evening
Clinch at the instance of Cut.Parioh \t
by Gen. er. .. ''I| in\ohrsour honor aitd htdepeudtuccaslof | |-
the. river, the brother of the testator, w otcs bflerrd for come before
retreat ncrons
at t'ort- King, have UII in lose history Oboe revolutionary mli4 no coiiipromisc 1 have cwn frillyacceptt'd fiuuat.t
nimotl"l I they hoisted a w lute flag, and also one mown tle regular ftJ' "lluI 1'
ly acquitted Col P. of all from the Alamo and lh filing ceased. uarby the uamv of, Lord Percy | was l the oTrr.IIAUI." upMi on inienu ..d.'B note

duel in the unhappy occurrence which i The surrender an noon agreed upon. preM-ut, as a Briti,)) ufllm, ,t lie MIIIIarj '" sill I* liifcoHNtrd heahOf date subsequent

caused tl> death of Lieut. Ward We burl i The Mexicans delitcr up their nrnis and all\ opening scene of1' our "III"lku..y / tltttie UrltattiJet.. to the. df'O w.hicb U U offered for discount,
9 Ttxs-tVr recrivid inirlligrnce
of Mexico
arsd the tattle AND -
at
Ism leanTexas war, at l*)iui"n, JAMES CATLIN
examined the proceedings and testimonyof te within! public six days j.ru and rty-aru never hJ fight againsther. Dunker's bill t l\uJ was the l !arrr to the )csterday] f"'na" by which ('adir,. ,

the court, and are satisfied/ that the >>hoot.I' die Constitution of 1824, again. British Govwnuv of the despatches (rum, s e Il't,limit MiiexprrM t.ul trn sent on .
I or Cfth 18--Sit-W
,
fib Ih
bld of the forces the > ult (rum Coloud ,
of Lieut.! Wtrd was a melancholy pain. :* The number ofJlezcan.that{ surri-ndcr- the conModer U1- royal ( Neil tlllDt-




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HOOTS BY THE fRt sIDtST OF THE I'NI1i' 1 I Tax 4olleth r'R Sale, District, of \Vrt JoI61.ltJn,

; \S' i U 'jft.l (a.tul"r:. :' rl. f) TED; STATES.; I I J-'ortht Territorial and County Tarei. Superior (bur'. L'tcambia ('Jlltlfy,

I .'JHlU-\n\-:: : 2), 1133.1.: -, tfb. Slio:' & IN pursuance of law, I A DRRW JACKSON,I!I,I f\N SaturdayUie 4th, 'day of June next l>enacola Aor. Tuni, IMS.
'I l'ie>iJrnt of the I. StatesuAtnerlea, V/ between the hours of 10 and 12 A. M I.II /A'Cf/.IAt'i./rV.
I Thr JAZGrrr., will hc.i811ucd every Satur .I A VEltl' extensive Morlmer.t now on do hereby declare\ and make known, that a ,, shall offer for,ule..n.; front of the CourtHouse \,\ m. II. Chase Com pit. MI. Samuel :M.
f ' Ct( IWI ,', ai <$.'! 50 per 8nn"IIIIII ad, hand and n ritingYiz : Uoots: ..tuoe"l Ipt.blicaale I : will be .held at ST. AICCSIHI-:, in the city i'entacola, the follow bmin Left. ,
! tau: e. -1 pa: )'aha! m the end ui'six months, and of a'most also ,' much thereof will
pumps every description, 'in time 'leniiory e>f Floridi. on Monday ing property, or so ns rplilS day came the complainant by I his
;t, t'r .1 |pay stile ut the expiration of llio year i, tlpe ,:C'I'", Pea CnMs, Pantaloons, I Ii the 'lh day of .March text, for the diposulor pay the Territory of lorida std County JL rciinvcl\ nnd it at pcarmg to the L < IT
p at thl'"p""lIlIr, ihc4iibticriher., I i Life' I r.-servers, Gun Cotcrs, Straps S.ipendeis #- I the public lands within the limits of the of t:1I'ambio..Inr: Taxes cue thereon up \II by ufhr.ctit! filed! shuttle said defendnnt Is I If
An i ,in, MUM iiurrted at the rate of!: Aprons &c all Warranted Van'r tile 31st of December IMS unices
I undermentioned l tow inhips in the East r lor- day not lilt inbabiiai.t ol this Territory : it is
one dollir.: rflr CI cry fourteen line (or lees,) Pruilft./ on assortment Mvtrnres ,"t1II I i'ilows ida l.md.di.-trict, iiiwthnjtmebuaelineanJLamtcflhe. :I the Taxes are j>aid to dime subscriber be- ordered that he appear here on or belorc
mf for Hi ",ii"t, 11'11 i nfty ('('lIts fur eecrycuu- may; be hail at the SIIOI-: STORE) :, I .\ inrri- fore the day of sale, together with mill the first day of Apnl next and answer the

tiauoii- "ol11lot Mrtriion. ,I, Corner I'alafox and Imendci.thi, RI.H. I'cii- t'tan.' Costs and charges. bill of compLiint or the same will be la-
Our <<,h..rl"17" ciKloinrrs informcil flea,: by the Case Dozen or uncle rrill Frac.ional townships It 2..3, 4, and R,' I1CNRY DAS: ken for confessed and the matters and
that in (1111I1 CIII i'g.II adterttfrmeniSj' '! such JO% H. Lr n 'I"I'. (Cast of M. Mart's Rner,) of range 23. "lOCn Acres of 3d. rate laud "ituaJL thanLs therein contained decreed according
i in orders ol court ..('. moist lie paid fur, or Feby ISlh: I8Tf.-.19.-tf.ARMY Townships I, 2, 3, and 4, and fractional rtOlted East of Perdido liter, about I ly and U is further ordered that n copy of
r the |MUK-HI it,n-t If paliyfaetorily set UiR(7NItLETj township 5 of range 24.Townships 13 miles from the city of Pensacolu, tins order be published in the Fcnsucolal '!
i cured, m 1t.1I. UII"-'J host noseIII type, 4ND NAVY I t hounded land and oilier .
t. 2, and 3, of range 23. by Eugeniosierras : 'II( l.urc a act k for four months sue.cesvitcly. -
w ill IK' continued ii reasonable: time to enable New BCRIE8.rp Tou n hip 1, of range 20. v vacant on the Lust, and Wesl; by vacant .
the parties li.-ercKicd. in them to make II E marked pn'fererce w I liicli i )box, LTTn J'rllction.at'IIhirs 1, 2, 3, and 4, of lands and on the South by the said Perdic'.o ('lJI'Y a

the ncrepiiiU} angrlll'IIt but mile* some I manifested for a weekly! publication range 27. Amount of Taxes,-$ 2,40. A l tn.*t, w. w. j. KELLY; CYA. f
I nir.ui!!t melt: Imo made' they, will nut lie I merit monthly one-the HOtontHge po''.5cssed !- Factional townships 1, 2, and 3, of CrONDA.. Nov. I4.h, 1835364m.
publish' the length of tune required by by the formerfordi !sniiiiiiiiinginformation range :28.Fractional. Acres of 3d. rate land situated ,
law1'ho reason of this rule must be obi i. at shorter Intern-the uncertain lown DIM to all who hate any aquantance) with I dependence lobe placed' 'upon toluntaryrol range 2i>. de Cakes, about 18 miles North East the I Uarber's Shop, next door tulle

the subject. .:lrilililnn_..__.!......_::lnn.i r-" tYia ln..,1. .,use ..t. the S min...A, '.:.//-.t-...e .I..use: I.' .! L'.....?.t ..:.fit./ ....* ...?.r-.. of the f.ilt.."> ,t\t.. _I'.,.."...-.,-."ika.-, liotin.Yf v......_.- \V-itt "1S\01 t1 AT ,i ...k u r t\t.nsacola.
__ _n__ support that can l>e obtained lor Ian rutlicatioiiH roroliarl. said Day North end Last by \arant lands, jul'll: 1835-10.:-8t.
1'or Mile.i similar in ilieir, ie lcn-hat: induml That part of t'lwnship U, East of Su- and South by the shore mentioned Day
tract of land situated at the head olEacambia the subscriber mile the Mll.t rnrmvAND snare river, of range 14. Amount ofTIlX-$ GO. IIsflit't of'fit Florida<< ,
A : I Jay containing about six MAVAL MAGAZINE and the ABAIV AM '1'"" lIlnij'R| 10, 11, and 12, of. range 15. ESTATE OF JEANDR EAU.QOfl t-i'j'inui ( marl Hsuttiibiaeoviily, ,
hundred and twenty nine acres more or less NAVY CHROI CLE.llieformerSvoiks. Townships 10, 11, and 12 of 10. Acres of 3d. rate land situated i I''IICIU"rtmb,.,. 'J'crtti, 1R3..
known by the name of will'be continued to 'I'owllllhll'llO, 11, 12snd13ofrahge17. *j t \J South of big Dayon, about 7 John E: celyrftiithlnf pntlrerot the frm
Woodbine, the 18".0Tmuld pretJ-nl iolnmc. Feb Townships, and! 7 and fra&lonal"n. miles W 8. W.: from the Citv'of Pensa- of Tote IH & Edgely,and Administrator of
,, (.pon which IMI\ S.I\V Mill runniiigoncSaw, ruary, on the first 'Ihnrs- ships II & 12, ("l'fll hi A rre ond"11 (claim) cola, bounded East mid South by8('a II I Edward Tow us deceased vs. the heirs at
1', Aatlarhed to it UaGristMill, wilhtt toll: ilay in January the dewy un t'riislier, going by water power, which are (.Chronicle ill be i isrue.1- nn a fine 11 I 12 ana 13, of range 23. of Taxes -$ 60.LOitljNO IN CHANCERY.flllHS .
j nil in good repair; also a comfortable Dwelling super royal alert, in the octavo form, haeliollul township l,.of range 29. \' V1TRIAN.QOrt dar came the complainant by his
t ; House Darn Negro, and other Decen with an nary out housr There i is between two two \III.mn of 410 pages ea h per year. and no longer ; and the lands reserved! by t\J about miles N. E. of tIle city- of by nflidavit filed that the said Defts arc notinliuluiHiitsof 1
\ and three hundred acres of this tract tietaud The ''oclatoforin adopted' in lieu t r the law fur the use of shools, or lands reacted P"1I1I0Ia fronting to the Boy on the Eastside this Territory; it is ordered
\ l entirely above an water, with quarto\ in consequence of its greater farili for military or other purposes, will be excluded Ixiundcd: on the North by land of Francisco that they appear here on or before the first
) n soil fiom two to 'rite feet in depth which 4y of portntoni.nd! n','re coi.temrntie from sale. Touard, ond WcsJ ,y tacaut laud I day of April next, and tinewcr the Uil! i f
r 11 misccpliblc of being made first rate laid.t for hireling.: A ('c'I i it.I. s index & handsome Gitetiundcr my hand, 'at the city of Amount of TaxeM.fc.1: 73 j i( complaint or the same will be taken for I
There linsbccu a few acres of this land cultnated title! |t'cge: ; will tam (-.lm-) any ('"c'h01- Wnt.hingi this. thirteenth day of Oclober.A. TURNER: STAHK. I confessed and the matters and things therein -
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' in rue which produced well. /i time. D. 1633. ? / Acres of 3d. rate l.md tilua contained decreed accordingly and it is
A further description is conceited wnnccensary The army and Navy Chronicle will (con ANDREW JACK&ON. 12 O vf led on the West side of Es- further ordered that a copy of this! order be
as it U presumed no purchaser tain o.IJinllll1l1chtt.Jt'C'ICd i ni tick II vj on every fly the Preni'lent : cambia River, at the place ctilltd Red Shoe. published iii the 1'cnsacola Gazette once a

;, would be found, without viewing. the pro subject pertaining to the two srrti ic e'' ; ETHAN A. DROWN, And also! 040, acres uf 3d rate lands situated week for lour mouths pncccfsirly.A r
I. iIIlsts.f and, nn callaleinl, willdnbriicell'e<< A'lhtia Conmitfioner of the General Land on Hot Pond, distant about 35 miles' N. .
the above property i 1..* n sold before mull Kujein.e Cutter ertires.Subscription Office. of the city above mentioned : and also lots. eltestV.. W J. KELLY, Clerk. t
the lii st March 1830, it will mi that day be the dolhlllJ a year, payable NOTICE TO r"E-I IPTlOCI.AUI. No. lu'j lot on Reding Street, Nov. 14thj 1833.-30. 4m. 1
1 otTi'red at public sale.-ALSO four Negro. in advance. Orders must be post paid amid A N7 S. No. 21 1 do on the Day. 1i
men and two \\'ol11en'CntUf', Oxen, Blacksmith accompanied with the money. Remittances Persons claiming thin right of pre cmp- No. 22 (feet on do. fur Sale for ({:'alii,. i .
Carpenters, and Farming Tools: innylxt made at the rixk of the pithii tiou to any of the aforesaid lands, are required No. 2131 lot on Romanua Street. A JOSEPH NORIEGO'S Island in tho
whha variety of other article too numerous .her, and thoK-of l It n dollars or mote, at lo pro\e the panic to the cati.-factioii mount of 'J'nx"-, till :: River, (Township 1 North
to men lion. his expanse. J l'iv ('f pica: will he fnrn licri of the Register and Hecl'h er prior to the ISABELLA DAKER. of Ranges 29 and 30 West) two miles from i
For terms apply to. the Sublici il'rll on file twenty dolLrs.. day of sale. Peiisueola Bay and 12 miles from the Cityof iI
No. -181 lot on Reding Street. Amountof I
the premises.. (;ttlrull.all1il't', Pemacola-Containing 844 85-100 acres
n. 1I() IAN ,
JOHN A. SiMPSON.JAMES Eilittratxl 1'nLlii'itr. October 13. 1835. Taxes.tf 221 j.JAMES w ill be sold for Cash.! A plot of this Island
E. SIMPeON. and lov\ii hip 13 i f 18. CAULFIELD.: is lodged with the Editor of this paper and !
Dec. SfClli: 1835.-42.-If.rflllK ;! ,., < rlJngeL
Nu 2.11 1 tut Itnmaua Sf."t. Amountof be
min can Bern
Doc. 11) 1835.-42.-ts.: 7 7 and and fractionaltuw
1- -- --- on IISIIIJJM o, u, r>, ;
', (aothtnr; I; tltlIlsllttttItt.--: ,ualiip| U, (north Arrtdondo's claim,)! Ta\rs S 12.HEIRS. The title is indisputably; good.
%I'tlitlon to the .Superior Court foils; : OF IHLLAS. Persons wishing to purchase will communicate
I l i Subscriber hating formed a co- fractional township 12, (south Arredon-
; the County of Jl'aliIlgfJ/l/urtdu-; JL |iirliicfrhiu Leith 1\lr. F. A. Hall: the do's claim,) and township 13: of range 19.'Fuwmiships No. 127 1 lot on Ua>len Street. Amountof with \\ m.tt.. VYatkinsofatih- It I

I sure of Muitguge.Thonni buniiiecs will in future be conducted in the 1, 2, 3, 5, 0\, 7, and 8, frac Taxes,._S 12. ington, in the District of Columbia.Oct. t
t- : M. White administrator; of'hl name ofNulTIIfOI' lioiml lr>wn.hipl' (north of Arredondo's JOSEPH JA V ALLE'I' 3d, 1835.: -30.-tf.
\e luin ". WaU &. BALL (
l f' Shackelford : Territory of 1 loriilu.
Edward
Uichard Sliackcl that claim), and township 13. of range 20 of'I uxes-y :;0. ?
>t ford, Leland Trinpe, Samp 4in Samuels. Merchant Tailor, Tow.hip" I 1,2, :3, 4, 5, 0, 7, and 8, fractional 1) LA CRO1X.No. : Superior Court for .
Heirs at law of Nathan Sliakelford dClt'u-, They Slate rtccited thtir Fall and Win- town,.hipU, (north of Arrrdondti's 2t-t1 1 lot on CoteiuiMiit Street.. .: franklin County.
(. J. sed.I irr supply of reasonable Cloths/ and claim) ,) fractional low n .)lup 12: (south ol AII.Olllllof'J'II""I'-. Peter Mitchel Executor of Robert Mitihel
Ill defendants, mid all others, are 1:0-: I'lothing, hinoiig which are Suferfine: Arredundu's claim.:) ai.d lown hi;) 13, t/l i I.IHU.UID/SL dec'd and trustee of the late firm i.fCarna
,, ,, J tirleil that -ii pclition hat been filed.in III no, hack' Brawn Olite Ciitii Cadet ASieel r"IIIO: 21.Fiuctlonal. No. CU: 45>> feet on Intendencia Street. < bun Mitchel Complts. agt. }'run.CJ -
ty the Court afore said t't foreclixe aniortuage: mill L'road Cloth, Cjisbinteris.Si.itinets ; towtibhin. I, townships. 2, 3, I Amouit of. 'J axe*.-$$ 14. !>co Dalcour Executor: John I'orbes 'J '
$ executer'.hy! Nathan Shockelfurd, to W iI.1 and fine Vesting*.-AIKO; Bool 4, 5, (1 t, 7, and 8, and that part of town- F. T. CO.MMYNS dcc'dl Camilla Juanna Dacollr1) Cataliua j'I
# liam, Watson, on the unditided interest, I"laoe.lh'og1cl1l1. llaix Caps, lutes' L'm-j ships, 10, 11, and 12, Ijmgcahtof 7'<;,."- ('iitltcfarfurlhe J'rrniilti i'tit>ity.icr. So'phia Dalrour, John Theodora VIII- I
{ t slid irkelford, in the South West quarter -:!I India, wiiha KUH'ial acsorlinent til all arli iitlondo.s! claim, and towtithip 13: 5th. 183.1.: ; -y.).-Cm..Notice. cuur: Augustin Joseph DulcMur, amid ? !
of 8"t'ti(1111'11, Township two, Range :: le. tiM-iiIU: it ltd in lluir lire of hurt i run";a 22. \r-I('--- "-"- of'J'here Mid FranciscoUalcour Laura Dolcourchjldreu arid & htiiw his

m liftetn, Nortl.aiul West, in 'the County ufWn 1It-:4. '1a1N nshp'i 1, 2, 34rangc, n, (i, 7, S, U, Lit |.rsons Imt ing d'lI'lIlIdslIJroinlit: tl e w ie! late Forbes Sophia of John ,
Sophia daughter
IIir1Jltoll.. N. n.-Garments of nil dV-iei ipliona mnrfelo 11, 12 and 13, of XL: I ITownships J\ fIIlalc'ofWm. 'I' :J\.ilbc'ec1ccrf.ldleol Forbes lIcC'd and Edmund;
ALLEN II. Ul'SH, oit'er at totorllluli"t.! and a 8rroull d to i II 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7 8, U, 111" i NSncnC'oMiiy!: Florida, are requested t ) Juaiina his wile, late Juanna lepetitre hoibes and the

Atty.for Petitioner.' give bati.ful'tilln. 11, 12, and 13. t.1 i range!. 21.:__ ___ __. I P'td.tihfnt lor |I'll) IIlelll, nnd ihijheindebt- fenidJuaniid Uepetitie and taft) Sophia

Nov 2Sth, 'l833.3..4m.Notice.! : : J). A. NORTHROP.Deer. \t' c tcl'lllJbt"'ct ol Jt lovitia.Huprrior ed lo said etlate art desired (lu wake payment Laic sur ',ing the only children and l.ieis' I Ii

5ih, 1835.-58.; -Si.: (',>mtfvrJucliin.il according to law. ,I of John I'orbes dec'd, Lefts:
i I
if ITI.D \11 KH.ItEE:
I 'uual to the satisfaction of the
THE undersigned April term of gives the lion.notice the thnt County at- In Supfifor; ('011. t; District of -'Heat Martin HardinK. / ,,111m r.luc'hveValley .. IT'appearing Unit the defendants re. ide in the

Iteanibia he Florida. : Sept. Itih IKIS34.TNotice. Island of Cuba one of the Vest Indies. It
\ Court County willapply
for u final settlement of the Estate of ,\. II.CO George-finielit Complain'l Iheheirsnt JairiesV.. EMIIII and Benjamin Clements<, I is theielore ordered that unless they appear
MPTON deceased, and mote to be di.- law of JoM-ph Antoiiin Miralla: deceased IN CHANCERY.: j TK' HE iindetMgiied, ndinini, "trator cf here or before, the fourthMondny.in February -
defendants. IN CHANCERY.V11IE 1 N motion and it appearing to the sr.ti JL l li.ules, Campbell tee eased, will ajly :- I1r and aiu\ er the complainants bill
vharged.RICHD.. J. COMPTON.: ttrr.RepJ. dcfendnnis in the oblllc r\nined 1 (jJ faction of the Com: that I5 njan.iirL.'leinenU [ to the I'l'n. Count)' Crurt at the first that the tame will be taken for confessed &

Slh, 1835.' -20. L cause will take notice thai NI' Mdti- one of the delendaiitt nfutcsaid | It'rnini whiih such |'|>li(alien can l be Ugtilh the matters thereof decreed accordingly &
-Notice to Alariiier*:-- day Ihd 2Irl day of Uetcinltr next, 1 rc*idejll in the State of Tem.CM-e, | I IK ud fur ajiual fcttilMixnt &. diMlurge.ELIJAH i it is further oideied that a Copy of this order
liull proceed nt the Counting llor>eof It therefore ordered thnt. unless Iu do up : CAl.OK.. be ,punted in M>me newspaper printed
L MHEIfghtnt the Mobile Point Light Messrs. Maiiafiaui Knights & <'o. in 'the (hear here 01 or before time third Monday of .. .-trim'". in the itibii!let once' arnonih lor six months
has been altered from fixad
House, a City of Hat anah, tti take the elepi sitbuusofiuscph ; March next, and lin""t'rlhe l'lIllIllillalihobill !, Nun 7lh, IS35.-33-8t- J. A. CAMERON. ,"
to a revolving light, revolving once In Francisco Serraro. JlI'Jh Miguel tho same will he taken contend naiiitt -ii-H'-J-fcrt\' lurltn Judge D. 11. /'.
| cslSttjien'm
three minutes, and showing a light send A i2li I 1835.
I : Fernantie/and: : JaJl.f'\I C. lluihlmm & ; him and the (matleis llierei.I decreed hurt IVcam&iu III: -24. 1
V side minute. Counly"JIIII'oa
iark
O.once W. OWEN a SuperintendaHt.' continue from day to day urtil thcmnebe accordingly and it is further' oroeied that / .Vw. J'e ltn I83o. Notice.
,
finished lxread in evidence in a mil now of this order bi. published in time
copy \'Ittolre1las' de la-
Dec. 5th, ijt35.-3U.- Compt. v" Marpantq are hereby notified at thnt
pending in the Superior (anal of theS'cs- 1''I1I1I1'ola Gazette for three months sue- ALL persons
Itua Race: lor of John de III duo deceased
of the
next April term County
---Nl l'H tern District of Florida, nl r.vncolM, sitting cesitely..
lari., Qniggles Admr. of Mignet;
Court of Clicl'I.Lia County I will
I : Persons arc cautioned not to Ire.: as U Com t of'hnnt't" )" u b'rtJn George '. J. A. CAMERON. Quiggles deceased, Jose Orris Executor of pietentto .
ALL said Court accounts and vouchers as .
,
l.anJt te the Pen Knight is comphtiraut and the heirs at law Jwlgt D. \Y t\
mi'
"" on the blonging KraucixcoYlljreceiR! ,'d, Augustine Y Hal
administrator! the estate of David ('In is-
''I "unco! I.and Company, either by cutting of Jot<.cph Antonio Mirallu: deceased defendants. Oct. 3d, 18'3.: :-30.-3m.Iteward.. -- --- and lieiijamiii D. U right, Heft. IN.CHAN tic, Jeceued, and ask! u final settlement und
\ wood or otherwise, as the Law will be rigorously $20. CEKY.ril clischai

f t enforced against all trespassers, THO. M.GEORGE KNIGHT, ) AN.A WA\" from the Sub- illS day came the Complainant by ge. GEORGE. DARKLEY.Admr.. : .
: Owners Wagons, Drays, and Carts, by RLOUNThisS..lr.Nt "s'rih living near Burnt JL her: counsel, and'on his motion !cute .
are particularly requested to take notice oj r. 21, 1833.-37-31. r granted to file an amended bill herein
till Conecun County, Ala., October 10, 1 ..-31-3t. '
t this, ..a IItlun. Tei"Itory of "'16rhln.'Ill the night of the Oth lust l. n. and it appearing to the Court by nrTidaui/
'fUE I'IIOPJUETOJ
'\ by the name olCASWELL f.klllhlt the defendant AtIl1tilill11111( is NOTICE.IS ,
Boy
;. Jail 30lhl 1830.--47.. the SuperiorC'bur'tfiar the Dittrictof oro' i:ot tin inhabitant of this Territory it is
or
HbTiut 19 20 of
> tears
e r age, hereby given to all persons indebted lathe ,
i next April term of Court lit/ } [lJrMa tilting at a court ofchancery dttl'lilhat he here on or before I the
A'I'the County -. rather middle sire and comets nut j ellow i.hcomplextion. appear Estate of Michael Vaughan Senr.
t. ') : \County, I will present m Vvouchers Had on when he left home'I first day of :.Mjy next and answer the e >mplaiuanls deed late of the County of Walton, to come
1lrJ'brrHuwidow Win. Me
and accounts and apply for a Ii.J Josephine of hill "I' the same will be taken for tI
a gingham round coat a spotted
spotted forward and! tetile the some .1' no longer
Phcrson and heir I of )
! J j of the eslale of UREGORIO I at pal settlement tel and a pair of blue caeinett (panlaloons :: !indulgence; can te given, and also to all
CARD deceased, and Illlk to be finally di.* and GVorpe Mcl'Jiersen. ,vs.FrancUco and a straw Hat, but" i1I probably cbani-e ; contained decreed accordingly ; and it is those hut ing claims against said Estate lo
Dak John
Executor
; 't.f
our fm.rtler ordered that of this
order
\lorr-t'd Camilla his cloths. The ...id boy can write a tule- [ a copy britlg them forward legally authenticated
Forbes deceased Jnanna Dal ,I
MARIA M. CARO. [be published the Pcnsucola Gazette once I
t rabio fchool boy hand, but spellx and dictates within thE: tin e prescribed .by law or time
cour, Catalina Sophia DalcourJohn'l'heodora t 1, week for six month
.-till/ai"r"'rlr. badly. That e no doubt that he will a succe.*utly. same ill be barred. I
June 27, 1833.-10.-tf. Dalcour, Augustin Joseph Dilc out himself and a free Copy
forge a
MICHAEL
pass probably VAl'GIIAN Jr. Admr.
and Theresa Laura Dalcour children f
AtttttV.. W. J. KELLY Ci i'.
":* IUlbllCounty Court, said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia& I'is one, and change his name I also apprehend I NnV. 14th 18J5-36.-Cm.: : Nov. 28ih, 1833.-38.-8t. I
_, April Term 1833. wife) late Forbes daughter of ..id boy will attempt to get on board some ,
that Charles Le Baron, Sa of said John Sophia Forbes and Edmund Dupaistre. boat or vessel bound to some other port as District of Weirt HoTItln.Superior 7 Notice.
ORDERED and John E. Prnrgle and Juanna hi* wife late Juanmt Forbes soon. possible. I therefore wish lo give Court llcambia npllE undersigned haying obtained Lel-
be appointed Road Commisxioners on the daughter of said John Forbes deceas notice |to all masters of boats and other vessels' County, Ptnsacola Nor Term, 1835. of Admmi 'trarion on the estate cfllyrum
West side of Efcambia: River, and Joseph ed Colin Mitchell Defendants. if such application bo made to arrest IN CIIANCJ/l Y Allen deceased, hereby gives notice
}'"r*)th, James W. Earnest, and John A. appearing to the satUfaclion of thecourt said boy and confine him in jail so that I. Marie Misc Canict, Com pit. vs. FraneisUouque to all perHons hating claims against said
Simpson( uU the East: side of raid rhcf IT that the defendants above named jet him. N. D. Shtuldhebef'ollfine.din any Deft. estate to preM'iit them properly attested for
C. EV AN8. Jdgt. Jail I wish the Sheriff or Jailor to write illS the settlement and all pt'rllOn.lndebl..t.Jo said
{ reside! without the limits of the Terrrtoly 'r day came complainant by ,
\ t'u Cvvy. <' Florida and in Ihe Island of Cuba it i h immediately. ) to Burnt Corn and let me tier counsel and it appearing to the estate arc required to muke immediate payment
f+ M. CRUPPER.FROM there foi e ordered that unless they appeal know' of his confinement as I may wet cr tee. Court by affidavit filed that the said !
nla1Ai. \\ ,)'- -:- --- i here on or befQre 't le fovith :Monday ol I when published in the papers. defendant U: not an inhabitant of this! CORINNA ALLEN.

the subscriber, near March next and answer the Dill ol the said JOEL LEU. Territory, it is ordered that the r lIi,1 defendant Admr. ,
: ," .'". Alabama, on complainants that the same betaken for Aug.. 15th. 1833. I do appear here on or before the Nov. 7lh, 183.-3 .-8t.I ;i
the Wtli Oct. 1\ M'; iKCI .FEL. {.rifcsned, and the matters thereof decreed 1 Jtor Bela.- --- fir day or April next and HI.MUT<< Hit
bill of complt or the same will! betaken I Notice.rilHE .
ordered thata
I.OWi:) ) curd I.f age accordingly and ells further the -Will Deer
Saturday next at
named ITir.iu! He is about copy of this order be published in-ifxne ON premioe the Saw Mill with GristMill for conft\ed and the matters aid. thing I, undersigned having obtained Let
a JL 1NI
of Administration the estate
Inches high, with most of his fore printed in the district once II therein contained decreed sccordir.f.lt: aid tens nil
feet ten newspaper attached, belonging to the subscriber
3 ills further ordered that of this of Lewis Willis drt rased I,err by notifies all
and speaks after the manner peculiar month for nix months. copy or-
out Clear Water K cambia Coun-
teeth tiluated on
raised in low counts J. 1. CAMERON der be published in he Pcncocola Gazette persons having CMIIM against Nit! estate,
inmost negroes liberal credit will be
ty. A Rit-en. Particulars wetk four month ,lo present them for settlement, and all indebted -
once a for :
lrimellvu recently!! the ( ( of Judge n; it. r. made known on the day of vale livery t>ucce irely '
y literal '. to the same lo make immediate
Copy pay
,
ir. "mue1 Clark of Mobile. A Sept 22d 1833.-20. thing connected! with the mills is
in
!
a Attttt W. W. J menu '
KELLY
( /
will tJt' paid (or nis apprhennion. The Lumber :.
reward tomplete repair. can he raf-
( Nor :
14ih GEORGE
JOHN P. nOOTU.it U'oIANli COR81111g nndolnvc l833.t-38.-4m. WILLIS,
ed directly from the mill to the landing on
-- .IJmini.lralec.Oct. .
-- --
Not. II. 37tf manifests! IHHs of In CUll 1:. black Water. & the Grist Mill ----
Conernh.Crt. Ala pot eke every Homo to Kent. 31st, 183.1-34,-8w.
fl ):- The Mobile C mlllt'lt"11: Register/ Heed, Alortsrngeft Jlills of advantage, there being no other! in small house C'On\f'nlC'nt for n -- --
Peoiacola Qatette; .nJ ( te imi M v tile, .Whit, xnle, Justices, Illnuke, nnd ra- the ncighboi hood. : A small family will" berenied low aJm I i'rnIl't t t fY
k .W publish the sbuve for tro,months, and alone other kinds of JJInnk, LOFTIN COTTON iiUa.inquire atlhis o5'1ce.Nov J..rrr./d rd to
taj5rard their UtUIIII Iu 118' fur paymsnt. for gals nt this emer.a Clear Water, Nov. SSib, 1833.-3a-ts 14, 1833.-36.-tf. I AT THIS OFFICE.

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