Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: June 28, 1834
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. 1. PENSACOLAJ JUNE 28. 1834. NO. 16. "

IJ EiVS.( U.l, i I,irir" "li .jili'i! cli \r n'li'r., on a "i roll ...1'11,1I 1 fiinn I lam him lead II the fIIal.I and Ins ration: of their pnr-:ilorininht N-Mmiti'n VOIIIIR ladies wiped thureyeis the critimhiaheil :
I 11'in'irclinu it V "' pi.irr upi| 'mia iva IIII'll, I 1'11,1": ;. pi' inniiirolUdof by a hall, almost I ill I idiirnl Instile llnir hudir n irossw and the candle snuflpr I'IIU'll'l1
3ItlJ.t1'OaY 131JUXfX 1 luulcut: lln nppii pirtol lln. 1..1.) ol lush, Itl'rlsi. I. I 1"'I\It.,." tit,' t s. He list Ni'u hu b S: :id rn 1.1. so is to I rip lln.m I i \IIjlilOhmj the light l.(nfrlht aldi.1 I
dun -tisiiinsns n..idimiuih'irm" -icht into Its : hminunct' a. wm.jea rls w lush to r"I".1 I s.II.lI\\. .if tin'v' wi'n' nol nl tin. time \\ )' f.1 from their revery,
DisiNrK m\r OK K1NU. ii'onii' 'nis' Tin si. win' an internal woo,lui'lomn In hal with him !brit I .porimaim. ion of 1"lIre.lh. in II t.1.lie of jnic," to take tin '"Ut homeward.
The following very interesting .\tr.lct i is '', vi'ry' miic'i deeded: :curl ihe bodvi laniiii mime linen wn4lift linoiind| I. IIwasnmarkul .- I,1 On Saturday morning i Pierce Dtiller
from the last N.'rlh1IIt'ri.I11 ; ,: ':irefullv vvriinil| | 1 m f"l'dll'h." into thus : tot wiilutit root'surprie (ohrid'Tt ."nll'\\ bin rrlitesn ...1010''11.w: ,. and Mis .'RIIIV Ketnble WI''mar I
U\n \\'. We I 1,111.; t. of w hn'h M ''llta"'II| ol inn'tuous in u- that n f..n..I|). med Woodm rrs's V\H. this ftli 11 XV ritnrmn his mnrih Into rn-il at (lirist ('hlfh. by the flight Rev.
!sometimes! hear of the disinterment oi dead ler iii'M-l, with nsni ;a. n si'i'me I I. lul elm I m the' inns of tf>e mtirdiud I mmI .\frll" i. rune In 3 geohtP| des ,,llntg inpe Ilis-hop >\ hue. and immediately after the
bodies, which, after h mug been entombed<< Licit nn, In.d. "'\ us in -xi'hide. as i'HIM\ 'tu.illv I 1111' Ii""rll, "in-lite" iMUtUd\< tin' mo,,iiktu n.i'lul huts who k15c\v in'itbi.r vvnr norioiitiist I! ecr'nmni. left the city for New fork, 'here f
for many year, have presented idus in a I''a.. \possibleHIP extcrml air 'I'In. colbn, .ml .M.srivt nn.1 1 tJl Ty.bUI no IriiiI | CoMbdtiR otters" I him I be rrused the Indv iommencrs a fari-well fn''I18'
I ivs e"..II"'I\| full ; and 1 ft'nu tin u'nui'ityof I I nl the nli'nStistould bvdiscovmd: Hvtmiirdi ( U. .4i\mn! lint his -'tits .obisM| w us tit'I j at the "'.rl" "'llr.. this evening.
remarkable degree of preservation Such the-,'r'I'I"lh.I"'L ..11I1i.IIIwa4. -x- / 'ts were v'tslycutnnuttrrl. m.tin h'nrn the m:/nun'rs and uotoms. of lln inh I "''"'" Cm\'Rr"a\inl of Mrs Butler for
RI't'onntR..lor the most pirl.iim and 'I'' l'I'ril'lIl'.I"I.I"I I it..hing it siii. .e-ssfuIIv. front sum sstt, | und tin vuiiMis win .ill ibil.mis :-11\' VMtli n<. sivs: Ihr 1'111"1'II" I rnfilind, it is riimoreil that her work sin
we know not what credit to award ilinn I thepuis'tIi,i'h it ('." 1'1"1"1.'I'r"'r I I hoi with m.arlv tin. SIUP; .....I.i.ht.i p.l.limevtn II ton,,! :TS n "''.isi'!ih lln'i During this in.linicvv I, America tv.ill be published by Carey', Lea '
'Hie following cases are exceedingly HUPresting I the 1I'lC'thlll" in un'r had: I III..illll\.1, I itself. ;I in"I time ivvoolrn ('ii'ss\visioiind I with H.,-."l'llf'1I clmf two of his I I 111I'llml It is causing much lpulalkli;
;( the leiedoili vv is (':'''r : aid wlnr"> itime I I Mint ni':ir the Iwilv snljicH biomht u cnse IM'fore" him I i irii hlll't SIM'ins to know any
inconsequence of the autiuiiy| ,'. of aiorr.'11, of tin I this. 'I'be'otic i us tone. or merits. The publishers are,
mi.M| i-n-n' le* I In' i ol sue II.il.iiiit'rli.is lung ('nJ".1 it | I.IMI; 'ul 'I hi dispute was
and the historical rd.it ions of ihe subjct.. i I inn s |tow h:ch it had: In"i'n .ui'iiI1r:1.::1 vv is ob 'irful Cilihniv .lIhl I i> I"III'I.illv I fluiniid hid lolicht; "I ll h,' other it purrof I bow i ver. sure of one thing-a golden bar-

and null more, because the stitcmmts in \.\, i,iscrted. At lentil! ,tin vv Iml' Inewisdis 'M tii-' mil.iiit! :ills .ifth< iK>i| he relied authentic 119! w,1 1 Imiii its c"im, The| i..inijili! .x- Irmount: ,, utl I Ill! > plHSIIIrV JUVl- d III'I Hid. l In conluil U tn'a..IIII' for wludi be I the proper<< moment for its appearance.
on IIi strictly i tun't ih' skin nfii vv.i< it t-k ml 1 tli-.inl.ir. ih,it on Ih! sits( iih.'t.'the; bolus ol ilu' tilt him I.'lI'I"'I1..II"i p.i\'. The oiln: 'r re.1 I! l'rrrrrtrylrvenion.
"Oue of the mist interest.ing .ircounts ofthe ,'.1.I lln I;ndi,M | id I i u",iiiVs, :, hit Mst nllidri-e, I jit'rsons> vvii* mlii n'il. Ilut\ ,isveu liixul lo ruiivc nny time' slalmc that'i, -
preservation of u body tli' idintity' ul I ,ittli' ornojii: ia.z of their m isiiilirsnMvno'; ",'i' iMuailiv; Mtnnid I Ii an mitiiowii: \1 hen I he milJthi' mound III' -...101 it v.iihUl i i l'/' "the //""/.n p.uel.i .
which wins undoubted 1, i tint ol the dixiutermini j hi' .':ntilu'i: ,' "llh"| i n"'" ti ti. .!,)11o' u but th,' h.i id li 1\,1" nllirlllc" hat ill Ihr tvvili hi Vlu Hdv anl.Ij11 appilrcnl| | or i oin'i':ih.d, ,,| NITPD) STATKS: CIHCI'IT: rOITRT:
of King }(ward I. of Ki:: ,I ltil' l'i't! .ve mtli' ,hr.i m iient of eih "' lire. i I", i vi'11111,1 .i lull ii.iir,' ltd IN"in ol'M'Vulkininnj \\ hlt'h it iinjjhl In lonnd, to ulfordml! I,I Iti' ./i>.''1,111,A'Ai;> "fW En
The readers of h: I'lish! hi.l".y will rei'.illect I yes alit n id l I f ill. I ihouhit! v .""-.11"1 I nln I lx.fun thecrosim but that it' in' the i-hicf. looking! nl this om. V m bnvi' ami I'" "Lnl, tc. Joseph Philips, Henry
that this monarch gave as* a dying "ist im'II'Ii.II" 'Iv. ,' a.11 the. j.,.itut.-J I U'asst.1 .-t"! ..I I\h"I1'r MieHUempKd ti up ," 1111.1 I nl' lln olln. ) utl hat c a d.uigh h lit mult, JanieCliamberlain, Charles Dig-
charge to his win, that his hi-ml hoiiltl be : .u I'1lo&r.h..ri.1 i.' of the periol 1 of tin reign I! iimcli. .V sort of: sent to the Holy 1ml 1, but th It his, bol of King! Ch.irlc's, w .isrn\it. The ..h.I!'" I (v ;a.fo.Ihe t place. nil I none of the country ''Is. mviti linn as n down .'' Ali\iurtt'r i:[ t""I''mto. (merge llli and h"'at
should be carried in the van of the irmv.:. of ,the fnev ,i< a IIIIIiC I ovil ; m."I.III'. tin, 1"1'1., were bold cnon l to untun lime. wns ;isi"Mi.hidndvvhat i ...uioI1-l1f' i .Vlh' C'f'\. the chip Nt. ,
till Scotland wan reduced to obi- hem. tei'1.i ....:ll.Ii".I I ; :aII,11l'i h'ft ear, in i'rinsaiUiineof alone after ..1111; 'I. 1 \\ 111110\\ liv"1': ::"' iti\ ,'isioniinour .Chil''l I t-tunday. tin2'nh, the" crew vent on hard
Hedied in July 1J)7, mil' not with I | tit: ; mil. 'rposirlun of tin imotnons j, Though( nil attempts to fix upon th'crilnnlsl .irv \\'-Uonldhiveilismis"ri1tlii\ pnr t all,' bodied, and 4 ordinary, the .
standing his injunctions>+, w is hurietl in i in ittt-r 1 In"twi'i"111 ml the errsclothra., i proved II"f't slroim siispii tics, scud Aliiinli. and i-ci/cd the Irens 'I I i t''III''lIllIt of the t essd-and hauled the
Westminster Abbey in October" of the *.\'mjreir. fonn I 11""IIift. ,.j i m vv asdiisets'' d H ,iml VeiKi-xlcs! I 'n' irti. lire fhr lln ki'ig's nsr. .lnsl dis's the sun Vi. \ England: off into thl stream, fo n
It 1 lie recorded, thit he wit e I'M 11'11'! ,''I .It WM Jnli;n't! at this in-mi 'nt, .Inu This, in'in ties not i, nifivt"< of CnlallIIl i chin on ) onriounli Y ".11I1 I tin I dll"'j I ill,ev i ( 'h'll."t'l on Monday lil crew objectp+
ml, and orders for renewing; tli 1t eprcclitfhabout i 'i:hh Ihl 1 .i 1'I'I.lI'.t 111" 'tlui. n,it u iihs hm. body were issued in the u'i::ns of 1114!! i itslistiwent 'sit. |!n. i'.HI id i mn. .IdInir & I iliiis |lire" tasty to Ins joiiic there II .1" tin'n wludi (ml up'ii Inils. and l 1:11111grass :. Sits. ..lnp; and n fusid I. to work ; the captain.I'uniiis '
award HI. an'l 1 Houry IV The tuin'j of a Mronj: risi'niMiu'''> tu ih. (',.hl", tin. mdi'i1.! mid belore the revolution of iNiJ : M '1'1'1111111)', slidtixmbr; .'h. W. KOJMTS on Tuesday shippcuanollnl .
title monarch w as opened. tVt his hod\' exam, I hulls' it'd "I"'l'i"lIy| to the pn'tun' of 1 hun!; h,' had' Hi.,.mm ,Vlcude! (HJ,ul'uin *,:in ofthe "" ..IIIII' dud, ills for the asks olthiM! in hand! ; onVvlnesitay o.or\|{-.
ined in Jann try, 1771, un'ler the direi.lion t'lurh-lhi( hirst, by \idvke. bwhu'i! i' prisms of the lniiiisttion| He hid lion'ut (..U lie Ihat Ihe CM'at 'Hi me |mills I, they)' (old the ('cuplain they did not ,
of Sir Joseph Avlotfe.. after it hid IK'enbimel I it lul I IMP mile I'tin,liar In us. It 1>true.' liki'vri-n-M t 'rvtd in iho irmv of the faith ; the tutu to shun. the rum to fill nit I tin; I', Co m her bixaustt they had seen the uiklaI '
4t$7 from' The ',following account ,lint thr mm Is of the spoil itors of this mlenlmir tn.1 I .h 11 .svllt-ntly'| / t ike up his .ilxuli1 inIn : !grass to gtovv in join onutry' '. I II I low ill oiT pistols. To thl the captain ,e
W e extract :a C'Ollt: >oranon4, volume si;?ht vvcie will pnpin',I to ri i i in'lihorhoiHl i of 'l'urto-a. No cm -- ., tilled -' :t.k.y sail r go, or he Mould

of.tha. Oentlcnun'i M13 -LIP.. i eive this il1lj"1'4..jll", ; Inn It m also t'l'rl.lill'l! 1.11'"h' II were Ins nn'tins uf vult.ene'( I Tin, Ft.'I stir: Sos.o.ta.a.s.iill ,ears. u ,: m.ike flu in Miffrr. On Thursday Would
'Some gentlem- of the sanely of ntiqn tint: such u fiulilv ol bdiif lul, b. I.i"'II.1 ml vet In- I lived -iilliiiiup/ :Nitwiih Ii"t. (nut too hunt to tell the tide) a I"t'li I,! they/ all wint ell, and '
:tries, being desirous> to set h'far the i':\.. 1 jbv, lit iillplio'il iinltru'h' or 1dr. '(.mdiiujhis I'r..rl..IIJIli of pn Ijr. he was : ."irriiRe '.1111'1".1 I nl lln diMir "I'III.ise of' not l i'o to M-.i, nlledKiug, that they anticipated -
:u'tuitl state of R Iw urd lst'gudyutswerc'1t 1 j' -ibirl-, -< .iarr.II; \-r'\'I'ri girt of vvfndili \{'eucrally' regirdi-1 as vmdniivi* and! rexii '' our fol"hlUlI.IL.11" jcwdhr!! m llroinluav.. I II I ill ii.sngconthevoyagc ; that thenlwas
to the methodtaken to presirve u, ob d b"*e'i l'u'irnu',1, 1 bv the iii' i4uiutnnn! solirns / ,'.'fdl, and ung.\fIt',1 I loist: 'rvalums vvhuh allI" 1t"IIIt'd I lookim lady. app.irdled ill iioiy"11 1 HblelMMlicdHenmaiirnoughon "
lamed leave to open the surge sin:le sirrop'uguj it lul i alviiine,I t aid, it will I nit I In.deinid sometimes fell from hlln..I4. tll the suspi. I the ctln-isi -s ol' llnU'an monde, I,ntrtisl il I 1llllhlllh.rtggin. of the chip was nl.n i
: in which it I h known to have been hit the> tilt 'I' of the face. IIIP fin' |I ,1'ion that hp was capahl. of miluuing his with gay' iiiiu-iilMe; slips. misiii'i In.rI'risfhi I, KiMid onler for scot They offered no bl,ncebm
deposited, on the north side of 121 I: I ward the hnl, IK i.viand tin INMII! ir.' the tilM'iiniiiirtinl I :lands in blood. i II! eye-p, liHik UNIII| tinvuliiims oilfiilvir ",Minply relusi'd to do duly, iii prewncfiofvdtiKsMs
Confessor's chnprl 'fltlt!: rya- accordmsHdonon fi;. ituris b> vvhuh 0,11' .I"J. iKingaskid how it liiiKiirdih | | l I wire: (hit win. Npnrklni iii-s ) '1 lacy had "dctermme.il logolo
them.truing of Januirv: 2, 1771 ; isdct'rutiac'l. 1..1111.1.11.// .it so skilful a iiurkxiii! m as he ass notIon vv In're around her and vvhnh. nl rourm. i iwo jail imd rot ilier, Hooiur than belle
when in arotlin of'dl"w stme they fount .1. Un,"i tin bed 1 lul, lie:'"i I of sh,wtmg-" It is :i liresouunpoit." must speak gallttnty'sf' the six. Is"antI| ihtmselvcN! on hoard the ship.. All reason
the royal body inpcrled i : pr..f\lOIi.! enlosel rngtgrl from iheatl"i,'htilvillwhu'i! cmlined I he r" plied_" one mu t run to find n hare ; td forth a more rtspli' 'ml.ml I hl"tr. in conMHjueme I lug and rtmoiistrames with them. re"
in t\vo wrappers ; our of them' of it, it was 1'1111'11 to b" 1).MI-. 111 I w uliuptoxiev then when it is shot, one must run lo pick ul the Lrtt'Ist nibs that wins dlJ Ifeetiiul, they 'Ufl on ( .
tissue, strongly 1 taut'115sit1 fr "lit ally \IR.'IIItl' was 1.0,.... ".., ....t t..wt U \>p i tlmn vwsnwe p4*j A ,>1. _it SIn i>i.-"'<"III wards I U ItuvIn* tHI.\ it lu.B.l\'4nA & 1.t r nxiruing, and .
nthar .fid outermost eon*!.lernWy' deees.i7.: Thbnk part of itiiMlp, 'Her to wRit fur a mwn : he cOme of Ills |"urtion of pbitp, vtib n i-i.iniiiR uir of non' ruin//>'' a ret olt. ,
Tuc: corpse was habited in I' rich) ma tie of vvascntiitly perfect, an Ilu la re iu-k! i'jlyfre i '){t n accoi.d], when ho H nhot, otic h:is naLh.I Ichulanee I to he 'III\\e fit five hundnd did Whf'n bronpht up) for trial ihev were db.
purple paned with white, anl adorned ;h :appearance( ; the pire* o' th. sVmIn I I me to d... but to rule his wallet" (sus I, lars. she requested the shopmtn lo hiteltoarcftilly : /" pOlN rely upon the the justice of their ,-.
with ornaments of gilt inn il, stu.Ided with '1112 mircdistiiKt, n'id l th" ii.,don* vd .ilTirja( .) I,! : picki-dup\ and readv for her 10 rniise. rather than the aid of counsel{" a '
red and blue stones: B'II, pfi!!iris. Two .1.11' ligaments of the neck win of ,' nni !I.'I..I.\! .' ,, Au another occ".ioll. qmrrdlid: with ;, pltLt m her tartlet: ?' by the time slitri' sonuniniNrnienl was created the .ane
liar ornaments lay on the h .aJI. Tile sub-it tic,, aid Iii'urn-4.. 'I'h" burv .i.. ; .Viitomo Ji'aquitto Unba, nfli'r they' had' ttirne I from her luring l"l'"r"illll. The o I tier in wind, they excused and .
in mile was fastened on tlio right ghjuldor thick a. the h '1'1: 1 ol th' h d I .,'t il 1. u 11aii'irin '"'in h'n' :itmg IOT,'ilurm the .VII:i'me/' bilged More 111'(01"1'.1..., ofioiiiM1. nllohd t [ themwlies--tus'sverr thai thf d.h| i
by a m '1IHI .filmlm IIC thi lame metal. .i>, ".-.Ir >' bl is:'k. ,Xptr'u: 'ifnvvhn'diK I The origin: of the qinrn I was a IIlt'rf trifle, I ainran' t' "IIiIV.In.1 most p"II'l'h'l'lWllrt- j ji ,I 1'ut.I. was ready to swear lo nol
with the sain', stones anl l peirN. His fin : since h' ideii" .. I id I ,11.1 I I iso lit it Mli'J UriHite with fLClm;?!s of he .J heir to her ,cnrni'1 jiMsiirnu In'r that ing hit" tint Ins out" would I as d
In lover it a silken ovcring, Ill) fine, anl d ( ib-m'ifiil dirk IT i." "i ..o'.T Till'I ol, obit bitii ;aniniosiH and three dot: s after\ et Pry Ihliifl..h'"IIoIII't stair lo t Ihs 54vnhlrl| !f 'bo ( ''1111'1 nnother thought it would .
*'> ,.hn"!ly tilted toil. as to preserve the the beirl( nut :i red'1'! ', brut I) 1It': :link ; Vntoaio 1"I'J'II'' Dirba vva ass ''IIIII'J' I m : I.a mm'Hit. limn", ..ditVIv, ,ifli'r she bail I bad to have the rigging comeliiiiihluig "
feituresentire. Roan his temples was H pert of the he.11 it vv''is nil in ire till'I in the Cut le Ujlijii; i irniiit" he (leneivisl lint: sin, hid: ,lift. I..r I nhoiii tbclr<< 1 on the lest
pill coronet of/AY'urs de I ly''. In his hinlswinch : inch' in 1I'I:4h: : m I h d pro'ii'jU' I I IE''"i cut I I),HUM Lent. m the year 18.J2: a com : reticule, and nunii' that In miixl keep it' .lualllh"l 1',11 up; head d thai erne AS
: were also e:i'iro, were twO steptns ..o sh"ins for the i'out',-'nenc-1 of ii! O'\"U' I puny' ol striMiin/ pUyeigiiited Turnip: till hi r rebut n, be thought. binisi'If thai '! Ibi hands ,his' shipped; I an able bodied :
of gilt in>tel ; that in the right surmounted l LIJ.IT: or p"rh ips ,by' tin 1'11'1)' of free id- in, vv hvrt they' QIlailll'Llltrl'at sue'ess by'I It lie had b irer Hike H iris'p within Us ,.asements iinmn.. ""I hardly able to go aM to fc.. _
byi: cross /fleure, tint in the left by three *ton after death ill order to luruioh utr.ur.ri.tti V performli:: '(' of u celebrated: auto "3a. ( thiit IIP niiyht a-Miitain ihe 11I'111..1'I' 'ruins ; another could jump through the n
cliiiternof I oak le.ivcs, nil a do\'eon globe ; I of lln" imh iiiny km!. ; 'r."II.'n',1o' the, Niilijecl ot* ,.lu s'h l> was, .111., ..' i is ('111 r'l'lf'Y. !aiiu :tie uilun thai IIII'I I inuinshed without tripping. DifbT took :
HIM Mcentre wat ub'> .It flJ test long: 'fhe !I '. OlhoIlii'>! lilt) tn! IU'&I.&) to e\aniiiif deiollation of >t. John the 11'PII"I. Hop, | fur p:in'h: "r it hun had/ b.fl il, wn ableo l ,i ('\ci'ption to the indirtment, which ii fortK I
feet Were envelope! in the m -itle und other the pliee of seprili'n (1'IIIII'h,' hotI, )'. the mi; lo I bo imnlly lIuI''cII"lul at '''I'I""a. pay' fur lluI little I amount of ware she had (hit they indentnred to C'omml
I I "bl
<<,wrings, but Round, an l the toes distinct' I muscle of the neck lie:11 t c\'jIl'II'h' ...tral'I",1 they net I out fur lint pine. '('heirnsmitf\ pyrChass.d.l Its opimil Ube itjiiile, andjlicrcrncd i &c hy lorI'I(if arms ;I' he 'Cdd
Thi: wit o1n leu?tit'uf the corpse was fnefeit I themselves eoHidcralilv ; anl the fourth i I was a larrud l 1 h but lirnHiiilnI .t a *>H)');) note mi ihe bank of A. I slur "holr rhlpa company there
inches' cirvicil vo.tchri fi ,ml to he nit i J.ircia who played" the part of St. John I nnrli ainiiiedroves Band lifted 1
two I I ; vv is > I. vvhidiln' pi uluilly lul: \\ II" In arty Ir finger iIw lnR
.' -fats last> st.item 'nt. it Mill by observe!, throiuh: itsstibsf "I"*"b u IrI'I"'r"I|)'. h HIIthe :g, did! not think it prudent to cnlniit lo the i stud it ) to bi ;i jji iiiniu! bi'l the "hiiI rml'II..' One had rid his adVunce .j i
is Ihs o",ily point m Inch the irra'ive up s15rf.tc is of th' "ivl1] I p irtm,'is p.-rf"..1- rare of tin mul;liter the false head, vvhnhH I Nol long afii'r our blipiiiing Inrnine returned |I Ind another hadfei -
P' IM to dinreo: with ltisturyVu im I I ly iiotli ml 1 >>vi n,'un nplt'trauet' wlui.li is used in the decapitation aei lie, and auirstuily) cast down with uucasiiuess I I eived hl."lanl't.' A melancholy" sub eel
generally given to 1I,1ll'rslIII1, t: ; tint IH.I null have b- l'n pre I luce'l I on)>' hy" lunacy: I which with Un moveable glass eyes, had I and d minding: wills somilhmtrora I,I,i' biunl tlllllhr captain had threatened to
ward I. was a tall in in; and that he was blow. mllii"lei with' a vi'ry slurp jut..lru I \uied eau sus ill degree approbation a. j, !pensive loin'. if she had not h fl her r<'ticule /ilOu.tin.in on the voyage, and a clincher-' y
do,i'uted ill his own bent: by the cum 1 ni'Mit, :ml 1 which furnished th1: lit prooficantin I mong the itpi-ct,itorn of the Auto To vcurc !: upon his ru15ntcr. .Judge. of tier joy w hen :I j I' heard that he had beaten a man almost t
of Lonffshinks Diker, in his Chronicle !,' to identify Kin? C:1t: tries ih; It ag.mist accident, Garcia fixed it upon his lie prodm'cd it MII>MIK ntjuesti'd him to sleuth with a handspike. The nptt
of the Kings of K"inland! ..IYllllf him that lir> I own heal: a'11 in this way he priKpedeilon have the' iirtu li'M conveyed lo her 'nrriage. i i male, and shipping hl.lertr a'.
h,. wag tall of stature. f'tl'eltlmjt mast other .. The foiejomj a"f otw t of ill" must sue Ins journey It was late in IIP) evening, I before doing) no, !howtvir, clue opened tier I (|in-Miioaed about the sea wttill..r
in->n 4>,/ a head aid shmlJirs. We haven jx's.sful ill"Lm"ei: of postliiimius pr'serva, | and a thick mist w-is rising from th" MIIt rtiicnle end 'b mdiil hits a <,;ltJiiil u"t"1| \ threat of III u""II; an. '
.>t boe.i aWe lo 1111,1 I Sir Joseph AyloTn: ae 1'lion Tin e ire I.ik\ ...n m n'.ird! lo MHII'' ,. .ircia. who consigned hunsi lo the gui- which, flf coarse, I lie (Mihidy diaiiited for I; lit i.,l, upon every iIJ'r."I.
'i>.int of the exaiuinatvm, ant know of, .no I uthrr-.htingut-hiil pi-rs'm:iijes has lieenl << dame of his lillIe, mninH| his f ice up in aS'VKIbill I for vvhnh In most courteously C'II'II.t up "by' eff .n Juge story ,
other imJe of reconciling" the di terepticy. l I.'ss lortuuatc in its result 'l'11t1 i'o'Ji!' i of his Cloak, and |ojji: 1 on slow I h', al some thanked her, with a bow.Utat actually "mral the Jury, ihsl tl tfncl.
but by supposing> a tYIor"lIhj.d-rror! ofa 1I''lIry111.. was inspeiteJ at the saint : distant m the rear of his t'lIlOjI.Ulillntt. reached (be ('..ulrf'-t\'f)' article was "hflly" iihoul I I,'l"I.-A lr bl. I
tt i..e in the count witch: hat been :I that I \v ah that of Chi-lcs and was: found j I Suddenly' on turning thin angle of a rock, 'I "..rlplll'I""ly rimovid lolhei'urnde of the five minutes.the t 0
jtioted I f l') contain nothing but the mere sVdc\ ton ofthckm. the di,,'lurgc of a pHtol caused both him I lady', thou amid uliowers of thanks, com guilty ; but as their ul..III' had not
*' t: hv ud I. die I at njfir'i'upon.Sin N1in .?. Sitf> (pirti MI of beard remain- and his mule to stunt While eml''avormg pliineniM, and i""lllliof lo I'allliin. she iiygrnvatrd by' nny personal ,loll'J they
Cumberla! t J, on his way to .>,',,tl,m.I. e-t i on the thin: bit th" 10 was: nothing to t, to disengqt! his arms from the 1'\11.,1\ his I was bailed U her sent, not I ytntlesijinee were only "nlrMI to PlY ;> flne of 93JX)
July 7, 13J7, In the giltyeighth year of his I iliserinlilate; the "l'f..tIIIU1' 'out:lined in It. Icloak, he s.iw advancing towards hmr a of the hand', that she would rich and 3 days imprisonment hllieioiiiinon >
i' u 1)'iry> r the pres'>'it n"'itury'. the cai'ro- I man: ariiu-1 with a carbine (:tars is instantly not forget the kind store hick she had "o. juil.
age.Anothr Instance of partial prescrv' iti"nIsthatofthffbodvof lilt '!?iis of Ki:i'; .r"II'1 lies alto IM,.n exam I drew his, pomiard rUnarti I greatly benefilteil and oliliged. 'I _
: Ling Ch tries I.. the I in'I I. It (" )IIlilll..IIIltII': I else linn a djsorL'anuc'J !I *. ( for it was hfJ mortifii-il/ and But astheciihiKstdky /Is C'JIfnl! )' over* ,I The .1..i".lpli 1 ulley.-This jrtakVullty.
mftjeet of the work at thi ha.i,l of this aril 'I m m of' nth Thi' prmnpil' nub. i I surprised at having for rho (list luu missed cloudfl in mi II.LIully (fruunlng ilouds f..yean since, .
'le.! Th rein tins of this unf.irtiinite in in. sluices" f 'ulIl I, truce stun half decaytilMIICS l his aim, was about to 'rclroai. Hut whinla from the .:1 1 countenance of.Ihe a howling wilderness, Inhabited only by
n'i)1.4or, an there interred by his fncu... :' inialoii" rusty puce of iron, apparently; i the eytsof the false head rolling frlxhl. I chagrin, when hi learned, after wmling ni'urlv AUIIKIO( of civilized Inhablt.tvtioutZUOUlilinorelhanthe
w' 9 ut in a hasty an 1 private in.in' th* word 1 tilt: te of tit it ,',parch: fully in their xocki'U, he fmwied. he had 1 1i bm note lo the Hnnk, that It t 8 a lns'r wh -
wer. II pomp i. seine 1 in flarendin llMory lid I I l 'ucouutf'red iwiue infernal liMit, and wen I counterfeit sad le'lim. vihirh tl ndroit I tuition; of then United Htates. mew
R''ieiioii, that whsa his sun. Charles. j jM '! UUIA'irK: TJJC VrVL.NIA Huir \\- nei/ed with unspeakable terror lie look lady must l off fr the f oruble .ra. our national independence.
and re-mtcr hiscorpse I: to flight but every" pep hm alparagatus current bill which be lud the 'sagacity in'i
desirous Vd
to l
H at Westminster Abbey it could not In a I lit" nU'I\'."f of Spanish: pe'unlieil, became entag'cJ: In the briars, which grew send to a broker fir examination. Id gn-t j /Vcw.k; ffiiry.-The follow ing U said loI
l.v search> be fonni. In a einstrictmg a I, WI' find the f/llovvm! cu;ioji: particularsof thickly on each wide of the path Ho attempted was uI...: The ('mining bird had flown, I hi the lul1 of tb.'r uavy. Sip oC
;Mvi any leum at Windsor in Ifili" under the thli c >:e'ir.i". I rubt! 'r an I a".a4iin. Venc I' \lJ dunb upon the rock, and foe au. with her the carriage, silver" plate, live. the ., t ( 3) top11 .
direction of George IVn then Prince Ileg,1t I <-l.is (Tri ,r'l''h'l hit expiated his crimes this purpose seized a palmi'whlC'h' wag hundred dobar note. und the nhowir of for cunyiug t..pkh. { Ir d,
accident led to tho discovery oft on the M iff.ildOn I growing out of ono of the clefts) ; but the I I gracious C.QIIWtllt which had been j Jlehf'lI. lc. vessels 8 brl.' .
ihi.s ,royal an 'lbody. The! workman inform. : tho roil: I Ira IIII:; frmi Bircelom to pil-nito' .In'.ppp.d and he fell to the proimdNt poured ,J.- N: ) lrnt11& ",. tun boat.,81 ,.Una cutler and;
the of > >nl l" the of (Jam* brought his 17 { 9 .
under thechoirofSt Valencia: a plice known by nam' :i'i v cries luIKtr" ttm dotU.
in:: a.subterraneous Uf' trr'f chapel p..tIAle accidentally! made: the C.>l d" lli'iTui-r'' Ills a narrow di-. cornral.-s to bit al'!. They touud Uriarte 1 Tim "II"Iwl tbnr (Ire.1 MU"ti, t'ure ,,'. j gartaros, itOU.i ..
between Ih" sea and a chain! amended on the ground in :almost tlft lIe' riday ( I
: in the wall of the vault of King tile runti i< | O eUlin. ;lenllt "tto Ill'altl'I
tportU'e llenr VIII On l ioking through this o- of hill, and I ovfrhmu by pointed rocks less state I He was rout f y f J to thp Aleade I was parted Uj ir utmost ciifiiuilyMuch !i i In our last paw'ubli. -e ,Ip l
psmnj it w.,s found t,) citiiti three 'uf'j i In o"IP I p 'r' tint path forms an elbow I Mayor of Ilalagner: On .,rarchin him it I dwpliiy in the theatrical Inn ,bus;; for the Iwllml- vthteb we*'
tens ,insie id of two, at had been supposed ail, 1 nllln"'I1' crevices an I detached was discovered that he wore a hair cloth not been wen of laU in our rily Al tin: this.-" ..Lt gun eUatl aad ;1
Toof, these were ascertamel to be the misses of rock aftrd secure hidmif places hirti and about his pcr...n ,,'ereound a close of the after piece, M,. Kemble and I j I lit it round "\ sinte ..letT
C'ollh..ot H"" VIII and one of his : for roiiWrs. The Col de Bala uer" has rotary a book an.l. lock of the kits daughtef stepped forward, 8(1 ,( i not endanger Me and the
Jane iry The other W"I' been the weneof uuin"rons murder,, and hair of Hunt Dominisuk. Uut there were bailed with treniendupus applause t 'rl'l\ kiixniBciu. ,' we My,.-It ..k
tjlll'C\4 firmi'lv!I examined after permit ion ob nix crosses plum'.1 I at mu>rtals. u.;:.' likewise found a iiomtrd, R>ur pistol balls, red baiuUana waved fitMii be pit, cambric I i aV'a Kdiik-inan of *kb ><,lMe, .1' .
4 ties, by Sr: Henry, II.ilford. in iriyclli-r tint in th It spot HO many: Chris-I. j and a box containing some tharg of En- from the boxes, and cluptaux froiiiligallerv | -|I 1 ..'' in nlmoH ey other .
veal m-iohern of the Ilojal r..ott'II.).. : tiara hive parish I without receiving the Klisli p'i vder. After the uproar ,.. (". Mr to his surprise' n4 the desired afiscl.
ut trod s ether >iisof distiiution The ae hulv s.er.lnetll. I'narle" COIIVICUH by the I',irce of evidenco Komble returned thank* for thus niuny kind-l I far he w as .mark w, ..4
4''mlllillt't'pers p'iblmhi I by Sir H"'irv. cur- All! ili**'. mn' .itfr" hue beet acca.npat- confessed hi* erimM. When be w'Masked nes-scs, both public and private, that hail I M to hio' the uwi of tl ,.
ri the o:11 which had 1 been gil's"it blr. \' elbv.l ciremnsitruw rein uklthll' m themselves what could have Inducts hum tu I been /l .lavishly upon hm daughter making the fprl.nt I. bee dot ads
> IIrb" rl, a groom of King Cherie. be 1 bitst'll iiure extraordinary from plant the sign of the Itedeiaptlon, beside and himself, and bu le a feeling ajieti In. J'u rl'le"e ...,
anl Wooil's A their nun lintyTh the bodies of his murdered victims, he made tae Miss Kemble w*. verypale ntr bat
is publntlioii
rhtm'tcr Phiaepan. and ..rhl.Ita *
enjoying wonted dree** <
much and
OtA..iII", first vieinn was discovered, to hate the following extraordinary reply I al.kd.
To sacrifice the was a trivial matter Charles him61f did get a,I- We receatotetdlltatatolNy.
!' Ui remiving the! pall,' nays the accaunt perislii in thin Oil de lUlaguer was a body no thrJlrh
a plain leaden: colhn presented itself wi'4'ihy in ",'1\1. who, in the month of but to sacrifice the soul would hate de witot. few Irl'mur. remaining IAbl rtt*,
I from Len been a crime of the deepest magnitude. I a in arknowledg
with of everhaving Mirch IWiS Wis proceeding ImIIU. o
to view been, inclosed no in appevanen wood, a-id bearing! i da to Portiw.1 lie' travelled alone, moun. I ItcU h. wed flowers on the graves of the derea .] the loud aiaa. which followed, Il la less paD lo learn M youth than-.

an meription, Kina Charles: 16IM" fu o.i his muse : and a mendicant friar > J, and offered up prayer that the duo father and slowly retired i the 'if tfOrtnl 1 .


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Cis ;

would do by the }\ tern District of Yurltla,

.* FROM ENULHIf PAPERSAdminiftrutmitofJtutttrr.in war '. N.-xl to the l.uniiy of l loosing< a In this state he w U iwjucted to lass chain of or the co surety third section, of the act of tspcrijr Cuvit. fUnniibis CountM.y /, )

7'",'",.- battle, is that of gaining a ictory," Is reported ber-a fine loliy Uuthr apartmtui with the, with hUild-Ii|, visions fourtH-nili! of Ji.ll, eighteen hundred I term, 1634 J
A few day ago a \U11.rIIllalllt(0Ie to hate been said by our great com bedstead that seesueJeweal andifther.urtl or ,o-,, : Diffi cuji: "la,B.U > ,? CktDC"ry

Sera "ier Pacha, charged 1 10) a!! Turkish I I menderon the .evening of the bloody day | ing I say itemed it that was Ly" ""iwj, I "C tliim-i al, uNrh, I tl..l-tor"b.IlIl.f'I nU! '.it In +,' ( for Ditorc.
of \\'nicrloo If the Duke of \V' mean the case, it twig in reality ) "f the l .). Defendant, )
[ 'filing Jn rut
5m !
e lady with having robbed tier nl H iianiity| i 1 HtnJ4tl'e. It wan ol ilaiknuhugaii 11111.1111I'11. "f If the "> UII' ,comiUi| sot b) 1141 COIID'
of jewel, and he, without NUIIII_> uny particulars really: said this, all true heartstill open to (I dcrn piece of : Hktemlinn .,.entatne or rtpreseutatitCsuf tiny u i day.pouring lu His M uloclwa of ti's
: repn
)ur posts
heisted upon it that "hI'! nod her, retene him as a brother however they I ), with Its of the l'hamber.1The l ceased aunty, ur .-o-surctv. cannot be | Hl.d I. t tiled, Dial the Vtl l nJant dw I ,
elf voluntarily given them to him. uponthesirengthof ma) differ with him in opinion, or think ItIhiir I completely to the eelnj than tuned. and the property or rt.teof i ,U tie lurtory of 11 hriJ*. Iheu- I
his silence a* to the { duty practically to oppose him,]- bed, however, rw not more letter a'I'I each deceased or absent IIlIrl'llOr C'II" is euusidsr d hy the Court, mast the said
l'rl'vl' Li irA II Jout : bout l vo feet from tb floor, the l .bufort Ike nisi Muu
OuJ a<'quaiiiUncr, Thin she denial t tU 'ml I The hl.olch- tv' "h.ilnotliemiP.iuntto; |pay tit.- M.peas' hen 0' "f
wa not without a world of trouble thut I India or Dora M"lf/in.-Thpdu'i"ion of enable the party get Ito it assistance, was du iV to the PnllH States, and the r+ i !\ '" next aDd answer mime c.nc
fact .IiritMl-ft would I"hlur carried the man, with u good del of shall be satisfied l ,, b II of cumpUmi: filed hem i, or t..i -
the following were wa to a great extent in depusi- tof the 'l'rt"\i4ury 1
and the
iad his body nutmr
appear that the lady had been to the C; manufacture of fine rmi..Im In spinningthe ted soon undressed, and of I proof of thee facts, he "h.alll..'., I .u., K t skew aiII'd f'i eodsserd urtfi, ice rOinglju At d .-
ken, and having bought a of tine thread more especially' a gnat I on this place rpose to grant such I .rti.1 con b .
pair I for the In all such cuie ,. urdereu that a "UI"| .(this order "
karaf or dipper merchant, refused harlt-I degree of skill was attained It wa spun When the door wa closed, wa I Jisrlnrge as the debtor applying for r.n tie I'eDnucolati! one* a week ,
the structure
give the money for them from HO "" with the fingers on a tulL wlh, or fine steel m first time made acquinted with same may be entitled: to. according to I '" Mi>. | ..t.
fal woman, assured her that every thmi spindle, by young women, w lit, could only of the bedsteadwhich. our host considered the- pros illionll of the nets which this ml '' muoutloLU'. .LL'IZGLLClesk.

in bit shop WM at her disposal, and he work during the early part of the monung. i as his moser piece. Upon tended tore,neund amend, upon the I'i 17 >o.lU
l'.J himself her slave1. In fine, he wait. hand. while the dew was on the ground ; for such touching of a spring outside the door, the lilion that such debtor sliall not bo __ _'. __ _

aome, and Mid ao many, tender thing in HO wile" tho extreme tenuity of the tihre, that bed was
irresistable manner, that the lady cons it would not bear manipulation after the ascended slowly i andimaathly: through IJlhty to such absent surety., or l'1 !,j csmbia ,
jl/ treated to pay him a visit at hw own house, sun had ri.en. One ruttee of cotton could 'lour posts, until it came within two or or to the e tate of such deceaw I I BumrhrCuirt/ 1W.M County, S '
into which she glided with much secrecy, thus be spun into a thread eighty cubits three feet of the ceiling The snoring of art of the debt due to the t' I| !
ally l Mill t. dun, Mdnp'amanldtfu .
the karafs mother being absent in the long; which wa sold by the spinners at one the Scotchman the signal\ for toiicinn ">iates Inch may thereafter I he paid 'II Is Clan 1 f
They were charmed with eight gicca The ruf- the spring, and h* was aov" at the proper such absent cer'
country. MO rupee annas per weight Instructions out of the estate of any I! heirs of Loui I t
each other's society, that she consented to fooghur or darners were also particularlyskilful. altitude. 1 he aervuts required no tin ..ei ..eJ surety or to- urcty. *. iiiefiil dj oinut >
prolong her visit toward. evening, and he They could remove an entire thread how to act In one mono of nt"die'' Sec. \nlbftffnrttifrenarttJ, \ day Uine the comj,ImimM I dv his
went out to procure ratablea at a Hakkal's ; from a piece of rnuilin, and replare it hy house was in an tfroar ; cries \ ail: discharge, which here heretofore and U tiptedring| to the satisfac
he abut the door after him, and placed the one of a finer texture '1'he cotton used for fire !l" wire heard U deferent iluidiuiisA : anted by the Huretary" of the (the, Court by utlid iv it tiled, that the

key la hm pocket. While making hm purchases the finest thread was grown in the Immediate pile of >>ha"ingsU net: m abla/c opto. to any principil l debtor, with the I do not reside in the Territory
he WM applied to for the payment neighborhood of Dacca ; more elll"cially site the window where poor Sawney tllt'Vt.The the ieprincntiU\e or rtpr- ordered that
i r. heard II f legal: I It therefore \In.1 -
I of a debt, arrested, and dragged off to |>rt*-I about Sincrgong It* fibre I"i too Landlord's VOICPWOS continually titcaofanydcceiscdaurety, or l'O or Icforc the limit
the apptarliere ou
on, where he had been lying for some bourn, :I abort, however, to admit of its being worked exclaiming, "Good leat ens I sate poor s, "hall be a* valid: IS though such \\1! of November next and answer
cursing the cruelty of fortune when one up toany except that: most wonderful of scotch gentleman! f possible ; the tl:'im.-:"' co-.urcl, had been ai\c! and 111:,. fJr. \ bill of complaint filed
of hi. craft pawing: entered the prison toMB I till in,icnincs! -the human hand. The artof hate gut into the rtom lust unJcr hint 1. counsel obfurfd: according to the ((' the same will te taken for conic<<: '
and bellow
weeard him fall n,
which of the enaflT was in durance making the very fine muslin fabrics I Is At'hie moment time third section of the ocl of the and therein
the 1II1111crll things elOn-
r They wen well acquainted, and the prtu, '! io\v lost-and pity it is that ft should be to.Sfunlgomery out. A aurtden silence look place crith of July eighteen hundrcJ and tlcciuJ riliiigl And ills fur
the of his house in the Afattin't light wasexlinsui'hcd. and the wholehouse ai ) >
one placing key Jfntory of the every order Le
hand of hi* friend leq-if.ted him to /li.ititk Cutonit : wemeJ w be &uried in the mot profound two. enacted \I ordered thut M copy of this
female, The Scotchman's voice could I S.c I. .tnd fit il further : in the I'tnxaeolu Gazette, once a
and liberate whom he would find It lit well known that Lord Mansfield hada repose. of the Treasury shall
the : the Secretary for four month uccesnnely.
i The vUter to be dl-H-reet alone be heard roaring out, in high
there. promised rooted antipathy to horse dealers, which thoiui to cause satisfaction to lie
l the dour when who should be diescovered I dialect of his country, for assistance At True Cupy.AttestGEOIIIiE
opened such
was caused by the following circumstances: all judgment against : K
i.1 their upon[ DALTZF.LH\
of the servants, )
two men
but his wife She proeswdtbia length
Uheu he became Lord Chief Justice he heretofore" been or
have ,
her first offence/ desired him to shirts, entered the room, with a candle ju>t a* )JO
was '
I was desirous that his equipage should make be, relioeJ under the provisions _
i tilt'i Uroroe her, and on condition that he kept lit, and yawning, a*if immediately aroused intended to Dl- itt Florida.
aoou*picuou figure, and with that view he him art which this act is Urn < of
1 the affair secret, she offered to give up to endeavored to procure a net of handsome: from their first sleep "They found hat and amend or under any oth 'rand : Sui,enoi Couit E.cll..i.. Count;. ) f
kim her Jewel. The bargain was closed horses" that were to be quite black, without I .praw1i .o .tbe floor:j "O"Matter"dear, sir! w net of Congress for the relief of pi' Mal Fens ItM.: { t,
? Cia she
with \
a accordingly, the act of divorce w at gone any mixture of white ; after much trouble, matter you "Yot intoned for del due to the United Gonzalez l & wili..cou>ii>'&.'
through, and the man walked off with the In making the necessary inquiry a set of ; "why, 1tIl'uhe: house on fire 1" : Proti.If I, The District Attorney of u. 1 Ii Cver ""
jewels. The lady, however till more attacked handsome homes were found; his Lordship;; :i at all, .air." -"i>What was" the reason of the trict, in which such judgment* are ,,,ti> J.rels! the b-irs ) : I

to her trinket than to her reputation, proved of them, paid a very high price cries of fire, fire, then ? 'Blew you, air, cord shall certify that he is "* IUHKCS mid lIp delta, j ''
followed him and had him taken on the you musthave been dreaming j why, there's I of J MtJmeg.let.nl. > J :,
-1 up for them, and set them to woi'k. In short the debtor' I is possessed or entitled
the truth nut ao much as a mouse stirring, and his lny awe the complHinsm, felrmin
stated. wan ?
charge ,
time made the
+ a star its in to
t brought to light and the raskier hi. appearance, pure honor and the whole family have been a- i I 1 property liable to applied aDd il.PI.v.rmg la the sutwTAtlkHiof .:
give vhite" upon the front of one horse, a Maze faction of maid jlldjmt'nand: ..., them
Scothman of the
decision thus "The hmlnnd Ile..ph..... three hours" The I byslFdart.filed, a pomoa
:- in the face of a,lother a while fetlock of the Government does '
upona intuc dress. reuda ?
of of J Villa-sea, d
all credit in the testimony IIOW4* now
confessed the truth had broken hi condition now gave up
j -
r .
j third nnd'somc of the forbidden white .
his "I must hive been dre.im- quire that such judgments State of Alabama, and that time liv,* of (
own senses
r a* to silence, and consequently appeared upon some part: of all those horses main unnIlt1l'd. In every case of Mc(>oneiil nUo reside witroulth limit of I
not entitled to the jewels", which were m sate th.it wen upt'f'te,1 l by Ins lordship not to lug indeed, and ha' hurt myself by sir1 fallingoutoftheVed" II i'nticii fur such certificate, to a judge of lorid.i amid ii in th* VIIi cd StaU f
"Hurl -not
over to the lady to rover the stain on her have a single hair but what was black Hisxtidnhip yourself chiiubor. ten days!' notice. shall IK i ..,. I that the mil Defrodanl du appear
reputation. The Sultan himself inquiredInto in a great rage, sent for thehorse much I hope the bed is so low ; and by I to the Dt-trict Attorney for the on ur kef">ie the lint ilav of the next term

the case, and was much amused at theI dealer, reproved, and threatened him with this time it hid been nude to descend! to its. when the :application is made. Com and e"seer the bill of the com-
I'I relation of It by the Seraskler who, when /punishment for the fraud The mm: repel- first level The poor Scot was quite confused ANDREW HTEVf '' !', or thenau n will be taken for confeterd
he like, I* the best buffoon in the empire.- cd the charge'with firmness! and asserted ; quite ashamed! at disturbing the faintly -I the house of it' .ill.1 t'.ease.sod Ui. mailer and ihisgi th<-rrm
Ot uttuatiMI'/ GtrretponJentofa marningtaper. hat, I if his Lordship examined the bill and ; begget a thousand pardons ; accompanicd Svrcler M VAN: DUHtN, accordingly And u i* further ordered, m
the sun ante to the door, cloned it o'm i'y of tlim order be iiublutltfil. m If r".-
h wuldfond that they
receipt were given after them and left once more In the fire Pitsi'lfnt nfflif Vnttnl G..z lie ui te a week for fuur months sue
Of all the cltiei in the world, none u so fur the horses!' that he had sold by their trueCAcriptton dark. wa! Prl'/fitlnt'ifth, ,I iy. A Lcty AttratCiKO.

attractive to the imagination: of mm: as This wa done, when the, I Arpmnro, June 7, 1511.ANDREIV. F, ALTDLL, Clera.
V.ucepillce who. peculiar uuitimtlofja jnnnfd Judge discovered that, assisted by But the ACt of the pantomime was not JA(') 10 No 9

society and form government hare: bad writing and had orthography, the dealer yet performed The spring had been immediately ------ -- -
ineplred wino of tha finest thoja&U ofShakespeare Ltd given him a receipt for the nm of-, touchedooeloainathe door, and Otffee
i : Otway, Schiller, Byron and'Jfl. for horses, coloured Mark This wa tha bd wfX.oon berond the- reach of our PORT or rArrieid ..YS. (} ,
r _w great writers. What Indeed can so conclusive t .tMli many a horse dealer suffered gaeit.V4eould heir nlm groping about, < \ r\ SACKS oftwai llnvana GREEN:
captivate the mind* the contemplation of'I for this; for, d'li ins the whole time that and uttering frequent ejaculations of aston JUarfnr IntrlUnrnu. /IV jail landed fir m wkr. Billings. ..d
ishment. He easily/ found the bnlpost, : by
Ilaa&prleou.Oriental-lookil1gcity. whence Lord MdiHfiolJ Mat upoa the Hencli, when- ----
% N,.
U...,reh.uu-prlnce.. issued lawn which! governed ever a horse cruse was brought before him, but it was in vain he could endeavor to !get since our luitt I 4"Warning.
so many territories 7 What U so roOUntUaalla if it was possible there could he two inter- In. lie moved hi.hsn* up and down His Schooner Lady Madinon, Carrune 13'r I -- --- --- -- -----

wiry palace*, lu noiseless and [>retittioiis put upon tho C'll.iC, hiM Lordship leg was often lifted hy wny TIt,teppn! : h. I, Oilcans-Cargo-to A. I'urrodi, \\ .
vtained> gondola, it* midnight serenade, always charged th it to the Jury that wa but always encountered he floor upon lu i Lelluiid .\. Lamb I I E propriotuv "fh. OAKS, one mite Gem
u4 tu carnival revelries {-And what >>o most unfavorable! to the Jockey descent He uttered oxclanunation of su: Dtpo'lum, 1'ensacol". .i"... notice, that the ilo.ra.f

I fearful a.that Inscrutable despotism, which A singular fatality is attached to the richesof prise not loud, but deep, for fear of again II Schooner Elisabeth Tilden, silt b. euficed .gail It those who hae-

lit coold without appeal, seUe on its vic iuu, All Pacha, a* well as to the person who disturbing the family. He concluded him, 67,'.W7 feet l.umber-2,0IJU Shingles commit allY tI"'l'dat.o... liD his preamises.
and doom them tnther to death, secretly were destined by him tv enjoy them. At self to hem.in the possession of edm.et !it!II I A. :\1. Jackson : by 10 c iliuii timber or olhcrwiaa.
spirit In short, when it was fount, by Schooner Dutchnnn Leonard No.9
perpetrated endives and tormenting>- the period when he quainlcd with the ,
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tirity 7 Such characteristic as them are Porte, andexiieited an attack which might his silence, that he had given up the task etooH-88,000 feet Lumber, by J, A. > -
I a* hopeless, and had disposed of himself \\' &UOIAwalnve.s.; .
certain to attract the writer of Action, and, prove fatal to turn, he sent all his treasures! strong &toPEW
and powerful novelist upon' one of the chair, the boi.1 1 was allowed AN'I'U WU.OOO of Pips| and 10)1,000of)
accordingly a new u> Corfu, directing that in ('ae of his death -- --
I has dwell Venice for the exercise of hi* ge'j they should be divided between his twolion" to slide down again, and in th" morning D'V1J UlI: 13 !: llo... '"
nius, and his novel of"The Conspiracy" Moucurand Veil, and in case of their Sawney could not but express his a-ttoni5.li- ---- ---- -- ALDKN A M. JAKSON.

. ) (a fitting name for a Venetian story,) will death, among his grand children, and final ment at not being able to find it in the dark. FOR SALE in the I It _
AVio York net thai ion.
r .probably rival the romances of Mr*.Radcliff, ly, on failure of them; between Sir Thomas -/.. AI'IJI| l) to l.11at'sltal'

'j'I Cooper, and Monk Lewis. Vfaitland and Sir Frederick Adam. Mouctar I Crocodile ttird.-Tramtatil from IIf ALDEN A :M I gale.

Tail WAN Mai Jew.-An old mm and Veil have both been killed, all the rOtlot'If.Now u the crocodile lives much '_June 2S ?. (.liarles 1.. Gutsier )
Front Brnnann prctening to be grandchildren have perished, and Sir Thomas I .
named I It \
, in the water,-h >t>a* his mouth within cot- \Uce.
the WowbrtMff, was arrested lately\ Maitland is no more, leaving Sir Frederick ered with leeches All oilier birds and Charles l.a mild, ) !

Ktraeh. in Fronconia, where he availed Adam sole gun h'or. Years have pass!I beasts shun the crocodile but there is ?/! TIERCES Charleston ,, Y \ irtu of u J., la. to me directed
I Umaeu of the pious credulity of many who lied since these treasures were conveyed to between him and the troehilu; inas- *J 1) bbls superior Oreen (ruin the linn the Superior Court it

, lodged and entertained hunt On being Malta, and there they still remain, deposited / much peace as is benefitted by that bird for,when CO1'FEK. Just landed and for sale I ANcJtembistriu of Florida, I shall j
searched there wa found upon him 23,000 in the government palace. Dy a the crocodile out from the water; ALDEN A. M JACK:' oed to I'l'lIlIt Public Outcry, on the 2d I

i Aorta in gold, which he had the impudenceto lar accident, while they were IllOlu-1 the land and open goes hi* jaws, which he upon is June 28_No. ,i Iblt: at Die door of the Court

aaaert were lent him by Jesus Christ to chest from the whip that took it to wont todo,' in order to receive the cool ; tnUccW ,, in I't-n"n'ol" between the hour r
defray the expenses of hit Journeys but into a barge moored alongside, the rope' breeze, the troehilus then enters his mouth I .' by law all the right title and
the Police Magistrate replied that to real broke, and tl fell into the sea; but the, and devour the leeches and he delighted at .e,VTED at this office A }' the said CHARLES LAVAL-
WoaJmn Jew never had more than five Maltese divers, after great difficulties, succeeded the adv'ant \bUlreceivc.Dnec; from the country would be !' in, and to the following Lot of

,, -.In hie packet, and consequently took In recoveries it and bringing it to troehilus age" inJlore"the June S3rfllllF. or in 110 much thereof ft* will astir.

charge of title fund till due inquiries could 1.David I \f)11f1: :. :I Hbov IXrciition and emits, to wit:

be made. I anJ Solomon extracted right hun ropinnsiadp of \ one half of Lot No. 233. being the cots

I WAI,-So much ha been well said dred million of gold free Africa, in orderto Jl PP..UlY, nlM. day ,'li.ulv d by of Homnnn and Palafox-etreela, and
against war, that It ha the air of plagiarism enrich the temple of Jerusalem; a sum : l lY17 + _. I c flit I. All pvrvirt himiig claim will {! on said Koniuna street ; the half of

when any of ItaunYoidableevile are allud uflicient to discharge the national debt i r. e Dt tvciii.! ; amid IT.a.. i,irteVled to the c No, S30, Hituuted behind the first men- 41
ell to let there I la a abort passage in Dr.A1kiali Tiberius left at his death 25,7V0,875.terl .::s' will nut iipnitfiliiM ('itirrntm 1) (' and fronting Garden-etroet; the j
life fef Howard the Philanthropy bug which Caligula lavished in twehe tbup! who will e"oti;.i. ili. LatiocMuo : \\ hole loOts No 254 and 25S, fronting

placing one of them in ao striking a light, months. Apicus, who waited a sum equalto ,. account, (' -street, allying and being in the #
that It must excite the moat painful reflertkona A 41373: sterling in luxurious living DAVID A. of 1't'n ac..IZ1.

in a reader of common humanity. In was obliged at lust to examine the state of BY AUTHORITY ArrMH. UII.LIAM S. : JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal

'"one oT hla benevolent journeys" he writes his affairs, and finding that he bad only _N. 11>' JOSEPH UlCllKA '

from Moscow, that "no least than 7U,(}(>0 reel DIO.?& remaining he ended his days by u.oYlN *wrt tTa'Tn Prison AT THE l't tttUUl'VS i Deputy Marshal.

er its for the army and nary hare died poison, being fearful of starvation tHTOKV nnrfYkeaioror tat TwiTn-Tiimo Cv-- fI r. 14 Na.1.4MArs'tta1'a
hirrhy nu'iJi..J
', lint the i
the RuMlan bOllpit&11l1U' &1 a single J edr. OUM. I. menuar.uuwm"d. for CffU -------'---
lie was an accurate man, Incapable of saying OF A HUMORIST. nn4 "
I GATT LK .i r loridi. 'Foe pite of ftr. i ,ale,
any thing but the truth, and therefore, Kj-tiart of. a Letter, written in 1792.I IPtBLIC NO 8] Jo couu "*r I I'a ij
thM horrible fact cannot but heighten our WH.L, 1 have seen your friend, and find AN ACT to n.he and amend "An net SAMULL C. .\ I I Joseph Y Cruzat ) '
detestation both of war and despotism. It him tube exactly what you described him for the relief of certain insolvent cbtr.r..1 M'Tj tf \s V

has, however been scarcely spoken of in a* being a Aw oriet. lie seems to haveimpartial of tha United States," paused on the ce- Carlos De ViUien.i )

I Europe; while other hateful crime*, though much of that character to everything coed day of March, eighteen hundredand tvaujSugars. i i V Mrtucofa writ of ji.// to roe directed 1

affecting only individuals have Justly become around him His servants are admirably thirty-one, and an act in aJ-limm ireuned hy the I from the Hon. the Superior 'J

the perpetual object of pity and in disciplined to second his w him,' thereto passed on the fourteenth of Jul) o JINT.,,"&! fir.. quality UA esbrcobene.b I of the Mestern District of Florida,
digoatioa. For instance the cruel murder and his very furniture is, for the meat part, eighteen hundred and lI'in-two. Id 1IIIfalloJ oiiiner boir I proceed to ell at Public Outcry, on
of the Princesae de Lamballe and Louts the adapted to the lAme purpose. Thla put Be it enacted fry the Htnatt ami untie ALDEN A. M 2.1 of August: 1834, at the door of the

i Hiitaenla. The truth ",. that, despotism i M me upon my guard, and there was hardy I of Rprtltflt4liu oft\e l iiil4 State ot Much 1 i I I House in Pensacola, between the
ever, destroying It* mill ion* silently and any thing in the room that I did not America in Congress aturm,"lfl. Thatan T ---- prescribed by law, all the right, title

noticed; while sedition is generally tumultuous with apprehension. No trick} however, was act, entitled An act for the relief of Territory of Florida. II': interent of Aid CARLOS DE VIL-

and always dreaded and detected. So practised upon me; and a* I found subsequently rertaia Insolvent debtors of the I'niteJ George_KnightComplainant / deceased- in and to the following

many are Interested painting exaggerated I was indebted for such indulgenceto Statea,"passed on the secnnd' day of Man, \.* I in or in ao much thereof a* will

plctare. elite mischief; that the world oue which was reserved for me at night, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, and au Lackland/ M btone and \\'il- f son i ( the above Execution and Crete, to

I* kept U perpetual alarm, and even thwriter and & such u perhaps all my English act in addition thereto, passed on the fourteenth luau D. Stone Defendant'. J or -.\ tract of Land of 800 arpena, lying
*themselves become unable to judge phlegm would not have enabled me of July, eighteen hundred and thir. appearing to the Court that bt'lngln the County of EM'ambia, si I-

'impartially between oppression and resistance to bear with patience I escaped..bower- ty-two,,which aid act expired on the *e- IT fendant reside in the State of at a place known by the name of
M an artist U. said to have drawn the *r, being put to the merest accident-the enwddty.tMsrch, eighteen hundred and ao that process cannot be served tie la Costa or Clear Water Creek

devil em hideoua, that he lost his senses byreoking arrival of a poor Scotch surveyor, who thjrty-feur, be; and the same are hereby, in this territory. It i I. therefore\ miles from the City of Penaeola, al- -
M him own colon. There are few was thought a fitter subject for the oftenrepeated ntjvedr and shall continue 1n force for that unless they and: ,o No. 348, with the building thereon (

,viola without tome grievanee. "Jupiter"says experiment The Scotchman was three year from and after the passage of Complainant' bill appear on or before City of Pensacola, being eighty feet
Lucka,, seldom ha recourse to Ads treated with extreme hospitality he was this acL day of October next the 1 1 Government-street by one hundred
I Uwtder, bat when he is in tho wrong,n and helped to every thing to excess; his glaaawa Sew t. Ad bt further enacted, That for confessed against, them same and will be niiiety-Ave fe 't deep.

.t the eioe of a long military life, Mr. Yen never allowed to stand full or empty if any'surety, or co-surety<< of any debtor thereof decreed the JAMES W. EXUM Marshal
between tfce mules and the muleteers! the Our entertainer was like the landlord relief under the provisions of the acts recited published in some authorised a copy of this Deputy Marshal.

mla. were generally in the right" All described by Addison; the liquor seemedto in the preceding section of this act, this district once a week for 12th 1834. Wo-jj
praiseworthy toil and expense build have no other effect upon him than upon hall be dead, the consent of the legal representative At Chamber in
the India
tag loarmariea and ajytura, cannot MV any o.her vessel in the house. It was not I or representative of ouch deceased Florida aforesaid, District of ttvevitUats. .

a the hundreth part of the lives, nor alleviate so with his Scotch guest, who wa by this' surety, or ('().flIrety, hall be received this J. oih of June FEW bflie wired SWBATMEATS.JELLIES. II
a hvndreth. part of the affliction brought time much farther advanced upon the and entitle the applicant to relief A. }: *e. *.. lest re "*l .54 \:

upon the human race hy one unecedsary I cruise of intoxication than kajfttat over. I in like maaaer a* the consent of a livingturety'' June 7 Judge D NO. .J. by 6 ALDEN. M. .IM; K SO'f...!4EXTR.c'r.

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:... we unJcrstari I, he has olfi red ten thousand mtisi of much, crlrbrttJ and In other its f"I'b l"IIt .111.11111" 1,1'11.111I1' M that lut.iuulsISiy grmlullly. n!)' ourrrrknn
education His plui. \\ ill ce'nsuu/te the moM |'oli-lird hndiltsirnl'le 1 lily we vuieiitur the city and krpt Maud.
l'EoI\.S.lCUJII. I; dollar to )m'< the mail: from Washingtonto pect a man of taste and ; in our countr) I .
MOCICIV mi in f..r tin' lamp l mini vMil alcd our w aitrtofifticn
--- I I to New.Orleans expedited twelve hours '!! views in 11 lat ion to Pensacola and Its I'rll"'j, \\ list l'insHa Im* bun or M. in nrnnmien

+ATL'RUAY. J lOur '\ K: 2$, IMH.: : The projected hail Kond front Columbus jetts. nit those vs hii'II C'mnot fail to impress 'Inl |", t.f' w" lillleeunbe 10.11.1; I fttt ; their wnsiliuigtr in pro-
I nnd i 'rlninlv) trill C'1'\'IllIIg fnilhrr-the' luml wns just! In sight
theinsch man uf.crrnce but w lint it mi t>f nio+ ri
; to this place. will the mail not upon every
correspondent "l.uciur"must excuse expedite I, lit in a fevenrs. the mist IMIIIIIIIIII can -"nnd the Anchor was let po whuh I did
I .he hours but several da But and reflection w ho < i it" our place<< '
our not publishing In* conunuuicn tn* only, > s I hardly predut. I \\otiUliinlu. itnnngl lConiniend ln I not think' Mr) poliiu. NNr lay there twelve

lion As a writer he i III more than respect.able it i i.. not from this increased expedition of! pie,,, thr .N. \'. Cam .\ coming
the marl alone that the would 01.U COKUKMONULM1After : : : istsof the !North" M" p'm e vIK rt'
and w..haU I 1M' glad lo hear from him government lire and where they inn if niiuri: bus troni tin rthvvnrd initl \\ tstty turd, miniistd '
on all subjects oitior than that which he profit The route for the road Is. entirely [ a long ulcnce, w tore again allowed thattlc .
has tuutilii us the
wrient'c let l'V
I the pleasure of Nerving: up to the reader Inenkind. rx| into n p II following rvrnmi '
chosen his -Jx asterisks., Her Public Lands, which would derive llourish. A fits such) men bite
has pointed our will
of this paper, a letter from our roaming !. nnd the sea was i""edinir in very henvv
mind instantly l.ihf' person indicated ; a till their
is'I the might rider past ; and as n lirnt .u !p Iowa nu i j
doubt not they would have done the their contigiut to such a work Thin Irum ( she mate
ilu hoiium
i IIr..IJI-I'III.'III.. n pliin 11 a Kill toad has i to \c'nl'l. ui
1I"II/IIf the were serd.'s'isidlypopular
mind of every reader In this view. of thesubject one advnntairee in, the General Go. : a )gnatest ear ot two, ago. Should thc .' I teen l'r"\"l'll'll.\ from nsiicolti lo
we submit tit '. LIICIUII' whetherhis eminent might subscribe fur half the ,) c of Mr < '. rI' upon this paper, w e w uliI bus, in (.enroll: w huh In.,ils '>nl) I \I IIn.llo"I s'mgh nnthor nod pit to

ridicule lie not too |K>inted. stork' and mike it a condition that the I I him to understand the cause of its late: upi coiupli nil t 1. to place. l't"'lIt.la. nl OIK'. I'itore I: Mii\Mi tlt only tneiho.11,,, ,f Irl'.rt\lnjllhe
the huntluM-H roist I. <''x'
IViiiirolaVrb HUV 1,1\\ II < u
Although dated at I
mail should' be tarried for a bare i { aiHiire '
The 4th of July will be celebrated at rornprnsati 1A,"' it bears tae M Louis post 11I:1 rl. tcl.llit; \iv Oili'.in-. (H the fensilnlitv of vts'tl \\ill the antlor vias wciphedhe -

TILE OKKS Mr. Collins. veteran in in. or eten without charge. and thusfrom of" Mac 1? ;'' and was! rneived maul tliidjwiek I such a vtumI.i tin it is not llm .lightest. I ( \\ hole inaiiiMiil. 'lurt'nail and jib was ml,

rural riitertuiumenl will furnish fifty h' one hundred thousand Pol I We" Ish ht would send iu tUosi don 11 aiul troni tin optnu.lt's tdvHiunlbviplHin on a wind--they hilt-tl, mill lh' "rlll"lOII.'rIlIi.t
providing lars would be sated to the Post Office ifeevery 'other epistles el which be speaks. n.. matter << '; flits<< -I' and I,iiuimnt 1\11I\ man 1(
the Dinner.N.41'AL.The. lor the dates fly the envelope mar tin 1 I two it the nost .li.tin
partment year. while" the General loner. it have teem entrusted '. lit* mm) It MI.m .... II' iiulurt (mil\ less water it WHS right, though
1', H sloop of war Si (>o\eminent would bo deriving a considerable 1'1'1\1 appears I the win It. iiml .
!I.I 'art wnv
to a pmtui uanil The y< > Louis, sailed'ntnt tin port on Saturday \ re\enue from the dim lends.. upon 1111IOd. ,at.I) took' ahloniiA on hula route to M.1 \ M:iM'ltiil the best km''1' IIf liII'I' on lit. dires! ts'd it. 'I he ni.i"ts !ZfI'ltJI'dtIlth'r the

''m last, bound lo Norfolk k. Our PI"j"'IIIrpf\rl', offers to thel'nlted I ", Ue hopeonr Iriend will hiKulieiI "IIt'I. loritot'iiUioii I Iu route' iftlii)> Km) .

: Mule four ilmiiiict athantatieit and I i mail, in all Caot'S' and "Uavc 1110 u,' Road VMM J.lI.... Ih:ottLliori i'.u tlu prim'ipul pis'asurest' thrintitiiiiiiiir. gale- she lirirv-
The Donate has concurred in the resolution I 1. .ndtby piper ] cuuort-gr.a mg pin uf \lilniiia, sail tin: I hit'II, l'ilI'd., told i u'n her lunlirrs work"'

of the flour, .. of Representative, to adjourn I 1"11 of ion|o>rtaiue First. the increase! ol, -[ Pi /"I.\C'\LA. >V'Ml I'I"llt1A, ) I quantityssfpr"ducs' ueruuihattdmitc. us "1'11// e.t I. \\t vneiliin riinning inn huff rent

I on the 30ili met else price of Pi,Mir Linrfs-Seeonil, in i'rbruar)' 15th lH.il S as tioill n HH'it vial 11 tin Null. t)| t.tui I less luau our thought ; )tu might have

i.n'asinl expedition in the transportation of: From lilY long silent ol I lilt. von will i gilt which \\l'tolol l set k. tIiiin.irkit. \\ UIII"1
Nothing has yet been done or .ild in the I the 1.lil-1'hird. the revenue from the no doubt hJu"I'n..llIIt outul the C 1"/1 In iilnvtst iiu'.ilruliil.h.. I Hud tins Itoiull 1's't liin it"in her 1.1 I, the gun carrMgci'inlhe l isle

Senate in relation to the Gcneml AI'ropri.&Lion | i i tock. and ourlli, n sating every year in and perhaps out of the whole II,.I'IJ. I' t.'II.li"1I tlnitiiK the w itlll'r. iL hut t 11"( nloerilainrd \ KHIIKUIIV, ) wrrenenrl) toviieU with watertlu '
lt'lilntion. lint
thing l doneor I 1 have, lobe sure I Tern a :1'1"11 drat "I i t1y: a Minplt t w arch luls vere flt stinenbout to ( fill-
Dill, nor ha any >een I the'! nst 1 of Irnnsporting the mail equal at the tune nut vj the limit tf one a'11 uitiiniti ihctolloii guvt eta .'Miilfiinu iiu!!lil I mat I'

said, for some tune past, in the HOUM. I least to I ilu. inlri rut iif>on ont half of the nearly out ojfhe Ihir \ t-I I amlittiit ', saved "MKWof" ilolhiton thtlr top. I I') lu ion, arid ih.'IIUilll'Ullm was like n hoop :
1 nnl, t.JII Imvt got it early into I looked" ou r this ", itItlllllhc./ water "'U
for fonification i Inti'e I
relative: to the appropriation vxhiili had I nt.mketnnul" leeiivisJ the' I''rstpn'cut Hil:I I them \IIIt.1 with the mud Tin Captajnwasns "
.. It is confidently believed howtvertkal Shall w(. any longer,: be told then, that tier IIf putles pimsing! events '
I Ir dictated to )ou, bit which I neglected to cents ill..1\.1 wiiiliiig rlxwitkstn two t'"II'IIt,1, us usual, ,stnntllng the 1'10-
both bills will pass. the m hems H inipratlicuble ? Is it not mouths f of water, iimliling. 1:11'11I: I
app I the In >r n i ise
transmit lu ) OU ut |proper .t'a ou.
nude and hot,"
y* leaning ghilrsly as it seem
\ from the \iow of the lo u \I"hllt..llt": Inch linn it haul Inl ,
Tfa l'oiiimutee ot the Senate h i-s nt :in nt hasty subject ray headlong transit through tin JoulliiinIribiH pet with

,r length reported on the. subject of the here \presented that it w the, interest of the I' ot Indi.ins, I hate j>o['i>rJ cut of the lei to n;no cuts 1 11 r pound id hisurm on the tnlTrail The tins
vork Itf uiitioiiiil .,iI ill,. it would!
vtootls this globing laud and 1 cannot .\4 a l.ieut.'nontwuaaesusl and generous man
General Pout Ollce; his general condition ('eneril Government, niMcail of upon the .awl >rtaiit in our
le-tlii into rank amtiajM in nnpi .
the of I '
forego! pleuMire v vou and his coiintt'nsiiHtf pit-rt ntetl n dow lit'iu>tnpx
r abuse, corruption, mal adminislrn- ling iboiit the manner in which" its IIU3rrel'\\ a few of the Keeretsof this dclilflAil.III.'It'e.' countr)', and the f.ON eminent might iulorl|l
'aramcr-all .I"lIt-lIl"I the ldd
tion, &e. The Report in such an one as i revenue shall be disposed!' ot 10 ""VoJtons,'..c.every lardy knees lb.. to app.upiiuti the whole mini ittcittHiirv | wife
IH for itsiohstiuctit n. III" piiicil 1'1'"II'". sailors MI'uml to say, (mires s'll looiir IH -
and I'lunJn
might have been expected from the persons it OIK'e. upon this subject| and completethe ) intaiiing of; in Sji-un-li,
I I country'of nO\\ l'r'i.--P'r'Jidu is p.'r'Jmliun. when mull prolmbtlit' fur a great pit it ol hit cilnmntr'' Dlnrtlv' the quarter iiitm
I who composed the committee It is contemplated work j jMe nuito. :uii' tlI
the stint in a s
wed lima Ptrdulo", the Iii,''''' of I'million Hint |putt tit in the In ( hams out "by thus
sung ,
of course, strongly! condemnatory of the I II" I sat nothing now of the fjcilitUHwhn.li lkmg down u' Ilt'l'Jo'lIdll.ullir bunks I tutu loikaslc I much ill'ltllllll"uie'lllI"n with lit "

s Post :Master General! On the other hued, -III'II.Q work would afford for transporting I II its blaek v\ater. its th'l'lh would ktem inbe iutettur i nl tin it.tnirv. '. would IH! of inrnlUiluMe Inn rA. linini'. U scot like an curium.
I bench lor the lraui>poitutioii m shuts .k-the I upturn did! not at alt'
u.dlII and the doom of the appear
: as war ala to be expected, we hate :i | : in time of'or, proxoiont. munitions i unwary
. the of I and whole armies of at I II to be gloomy in the cUirnio Slap| butaccidrminlly nit'n-of Vrwul.l and innniti "I' \\ 111'. ('..lIfu..tl. but mnile a motion fur the trunil -
from minority of war men
report InJuuis
I few' of nniiniingin '
; or wilfutlyuter its fatal brink? ,, Of the leniniints >et, w hit h was banded him by the first
t; the CommitteeThe I. single dn.'Ii'e: from the hearts of, nnd !Nature" opposite! I'\tfl'/III' j is spicod about .. Ihls part (..fiJ.I'tUI'IIIr\ have Itttlt

I two llnuiM are pi i\'inn nt ,,,<,.to IT ;it Oeorfcw and Alabama to this place the ) ou \ou me Itatl"! in the land ol to sa)' ut pri-Miii that could interest ) tm Lieutenant' ; lie rllltoC'.llt, and sung out, a-

an amusement lately rendered classical l byParley's most important point in relation to the I the C)prer"and in> rt]c'-here the everj'reni '1'he .t.in that enn be learned or seen ol U>ve the miss'. of the gale, "rltur away
Live' Oak and loft) :Magi IICllia Urcs I them (like all others luau are C' \ ill/.rd) is, the ttipxnill I (it hml lien uefcd) man the
, Magazine The Ho'IMC denounces I Natal amid lllilllr) interests of the United that lobe .
the foiestin: a perl'elulIIII:1II11t': of green they are piludPoH topsoil .11I'.tl and Iniliards' let fall Ihe
the Bank, and the Senate sustains it. The Mates, in lime Southern tountn, It is-suf' The sudden transition fjroin Uu' ice.IKHIIK! ; -:: Pl-N.tru (: topesail
TUB riTTEKXTJUCTMOM tiveihuul the weather buiillme aiidilu
Senate accuse the 1'0.11..04I'r, : General' li..i.1I1 tu shrw. that in every other \Itw of regions of the North to this mild climate, ,

and the House will, no doubt, vindicate the m.ittcr. it is clearly the interest and I U one of pe-euliarpleisine, AI a halfwayof nn: J)1'I1.\.l14 'line/ him lioine the weather sheet" I o-
i I the distance, ones' cloak U thrown aside ,i iI i ot' .1 /;/:/;/' :U. vtihaulllit' liggmg, hlicct' hence Mhl! hob4
him The Senate denounce the President, therefore the duty of the General UII\- ol:
and arrived theexer
ll retiiKtl niadneMt
and the House denounces the Senate, lathe emment to encourage, facilitate and ion' Florida the bosom U opened and bated u awe) thought
'I .\ few' days from this 1111.1I e vt ere In tin the lee 1 fort )nrd arm would have touched
meantime, this munnolil coats the tribute to the work the soft breeze from the nrvuif wave, And
country bs'vvee.i three and four thousand I the congenial warmth of a xuniniei's sun bcuutilnl hi)' of PenMicola, Lilt our sfnv ilu upsof the war en; the uimrterniasler'

dollars a day. A. Jack Downing would Go, II\AL: left Florida some weeks !Such i.. the face of Nature here in the was short-orders cumo very soon--and' a in the lee i hams w as nearly up to bis armpits
U time that C'ungrma was ,., I' since Cur Kentucky, where las famil rude uumih of Ftbruaryt green peas areservevi t ln1..' were iteftim itieruixe in iKe" Gulf m wutcr, and my only fotowrc..to
t* lllgh on Lne tll.1'a':
My resided for two or ast, He
years |> ot Mexico. On tlie lith under ,
bles iu great perfection, ana garden How we got was keep luytutFeietl was, in swinging to theIwla
out for the vaeiitionWe I
has filled the office of Governor thu Tcrnton era, as well as wild, giving their full and with the topsail furled : tUe wind waswhistliifg ) ing. pins (sf the haliard rack, while"

learn from the f'londtan, that the I for 12 yearn lie has leA many I svv cetest perfume to the wind's from the N. W and a scud of live mv ft H bun I ly touched the deck t We were

Road from Tallahassee to friends Florila and some bitter looked" into the deep and bottomless! !
stock of the Rail I warm in days in a chopjW and heavy wen, brought III this, awful situation nbout leu minutes.
fur ..IIIooI'riltf'd for, as enemies The of all new countries. 7'trt/if/A and beheld about it the thousand '
11t'1'1111O history
St. Marks has the ,hort' of Niicatan 'I lift e
I Ult 10 /green f At U'ntih air! '
harms w hi<'h Nature has spread to unurl'Ibe !ttittlrrji was jo) fully
tfcrender the execution of the work! <'er bhIhnt no Territorial Goirrnor cnn be unit ary tray cite: to its brink.-"rvtu> is no manner of sailing in a neluNiner, sung out-- the h>nls' were towered for rtefing -

tain. The length of the Rood will 1 he about |popular whir the people Whether this be not enough to entangle him In a web nf! more iiprreHlii'! (Ihan that of criiilding in -. the M'1"I '('nrr righted on her keel-and

eighteen mile Little or no grading owing{ to the habitual I'( hIt llalll'C of the sweets u'I'"lt') borders, but Mature seems a hcnvy ua-i ilmtKw| trrmneruloosly sham w v t' 're safe hNNKKSKK.: :
Tallahassee ill thus acquire people of this free cotinm to submit the to have an art todrDhim to its bottom. by
will be required. the voluptuous buds which blossom undei you would' thiiiL h"r masts \\'olll.ll'ill h inn

all the commercial facilities: of a seaport authority of rulers not of their own choosing its black waters, and whose vivnl colors of herj and lit rag< with such foree (tutu 'Die l IH>d.tll whit h we yesterday alluded,

town, while it will continue to enjoyall or to some other cause, it is certain are soflenetl and emirhcd the deeper theyy the tops of the waves, ) on would wondershe HH hiving Inn found in the) hehuvlklll,
health and comfort that the subject of these remarks shared in are seen below its surface The sweetest lins xtiite bit'n ast'ettuinul, Upon oath of aerrleetrble
the advantage to rOllenqnllllalll' the spray, ds>)utl n.
resident of thin / be
of all who of wild lowers enamel the shores and {' city to that ;
which are supposed to belong to a woodland Florida, the common fortune spangle .the dark green tapestry which high, the v "r)' trunks cold be ...prillkll'dalld of Mr. John A. Htone, the popular authorof

situation I I have 1M'I'n appointed to fill the office of: hangs over its bosom-Uie stately Mngno-! then ieaiiiiiip| like u fretful: steed Metamora, and of several other dramaticproductions. I/

record this Governor of a Territory Early !in his its black w aters The circumstances: which
It giver us great pleasure to lia towers fearlessly over to surmount the craggy inuunUins before
of the his personal enemies succeeded in and sheds (with the myrtle antl.JelllWnhl\') 1''Illu Ibis iniuinrholy 'llIlol'lIf Ills short I'lllI'f'r -
instance of the liberal euterprue i i'i'i her I unknown fcnt
unfavourable inipretwion the tichest perfume over this hilling pool ere yet rome gentle- l
citizens of our young metro point. We making nyain..t linn an of Death This wccnJciuise found ire yet grtm nun, who IIMVI conversed with him, within r

trust that it in but the beginning of a series [ among the people. But the greatest How exquisitely! pure and sweet lire thedelicate and sorely. paid! fur it as ue rolled through the las! week, suppose it to have resultid -
him his want of, from mental alinQIIIJII.Lf. f. G *tlt,.
of similar works to lie commenced fand crime charged against sass I ts'dtils which Maturh bung o- the Gulf. I bad uot entirely got in) tau

completed thr'iiighout the Territor)', ilt unity tot this offence there i w no man ,I I v er the scenes of melancholy and gloom' legs ufioarJ, or knew th" eaution to be observed "h" feuowiox solace IJ Uu. nitlancboly

It seems from the ..;'. tufftuttiut lleiuld, among us all, who did not feel himself at and bow the strong paswion, also to, haikhe fixed; and in enjoy man'sbreast and as a matter of course, at each event is Gnus the Cvmtnercial Urnilds

that a spirit ofenteipri/e has risen up there liberty' to throw' the first stone at him. No them I 1 could have hung possess by the tire tops surge I cither km'It to the IM chest or the I DEATH 01 Mr Julia' A. H'tosa.-Cenhte

ftlM Many buildings have been erected and other (crime nt so easily established upon a over that fatal stream, or blindly staggered frank: but the officer of my watch, the would seem to.tie fated I 'his. gifted young
which U difficult have culled the man, the author of Meunnora, and other
and there i is none it so over its thorny brink to
be commenced A man, the finest fellows -
t other are about to ailing muster, (omits etnorig well wrought ,roduetions, in a moment
found its bosom )
which only ;
that Gover- sweets are
Certain is
steam boat is now running between Savannah to disprove but the flCli.onolU fans, 1 was hold wall that ever held a trumpet) regarding doubtless, of mental alienat ou, drowse4humsIf. ;

and the St John; and the companywho nor DnA never walked with a golden, or continually aimed at my heel and I kn my frtvHM, often gave me permission : A jMtng always accompanies tidings -

,have charge of this enterprise" are about even an ivory headed cane. If be 10.knulfat the sweetened atmosphere of iu dark and to lie down such protlers! I huh learned I of this sort, and sympathetic bosoms
I which do not recollect,) it enimelled shores f.alllllli beuve a sighofregretover the dead,
boat all, ( we gloomy, yet : '
the route for a steam accent and would moosr- it u.der
to explore him 1 have traversed the snow-white shorn ) I who" thus die. lint wheiifem! thus per
to a place
\llanttc with the Gulf, was not done in a manner give of soft bids and In' the Unit fashioned from
, canal, to connect the of Pensacola's beautiful bay and I said to comfortably (dreaming ivhi'Nw u fancy

I b)' uniting the waters of Black Creek with among the dutingur of fashionable I life myself," -Is it possible that Nature has sweeter thmy) until awakened by un unlucky ideal iioihing, (onus of varied intent, as
, He never aTe( <'ted any horror at people'swcoming done much am-or will the wisdom did Hu.ne', w hen u habiu>'ion and name"are
those of the Santaffe mer. so in v break ot tho ca over the quaILl'r.'tnd .
I. between the wind and his nobilitY. of man lead him to add to such works the Rivets towliul had, before, no esillteaC'eoIJPmht"o
With the of a rail road from drenched with salt water from head in
us I and the ey.lbat "rolled in such
, ." In short, though a Governor, he lived embellishments of art, and thus convert to
Columbus Montgomery, has swallowed his own use and enjoyment the greatest foot. One night I 'It sitting on the weather phren/y," becomes closed forever sad all
and like
and acted like a man a gentleman of
up almost all other subjects of speculation luxuries of life 1" As a travelling stranger quarter of the taflrail}, it was at the the nicely ailjusieti machinery suet a

!Much ill now depend upon the dill- No man ever indulged. in unworthy as- through the place, 1 said Yes ; it must be vi 01.l period of the pale, and to stand oil tuindUbioken natural up, forever me.n-Ihe, twMnly-and
b fr t not feeling
sot'lat ions, 110." Nature has here formed the finest )
' pumlHHi of Alabama lo five |wniiixion for Bui he WMnte-ddignity And who saysso harbor in the world I and the dashing. deck w ithout assiklance was almost impd- loec'n intense, ammo; .drops a tear over

_ the road to pass through her limits i or in ho had his conduct been in waves of the ocean have throfn around Us Bible: I sat very comfortably, considering Ihe ruin I Poor Ntoiie 1111' Is gone but be

oilier. words, to incorporate a rompan)', 1'fury w beaus ideal shores the purest barriers of sand, as while the nature of things, and the instinctive desire went, there ran M no doubt, by the tinonitollnble -
with their
accordance pretended of those unaccountable
Unlike all other agency
authorise to construct the work The as the drilled snow. of closing my e) f'\I was so natujral and
would hate denounced him for a solemn bouthern it U surrounded by liv'ing Influences which operate drutrurtivel,
' ports
thai ,
subject was before the Legislature of I fop-a rain and pompous olfiqal; roxconjb fountain of the purest water, and us the temptation so Mirong, that I was+ II.II\\I upon the bent minds with the most certainty -

Mate at iu last Mellon, and failed, partlyin Gov D. devoted his shores continually fanned by the refreshing conveyed from the roaring tea and wbist and taking possession of the will,

! as we are informed, of its It u "known that I breathings of the sea 1 o Northernman, ling rigging to scenes of other day } but hurry their pOMes"'ors away. the storm
eoiiitetjuenc time and bin talents the prosperity of the in this like a continued I I docs IM leaf front its stem, or the flower
\\ e arc the winters place appear the
understood not
such as was frequently case wits
sufficiently ,
not being I country, while hi. salary was consumed m i time and the "iatenmty of a ; from its stalk, Into the low places of stream

not ignorant! of the influence which was I a IIOl1Ie" hal profuse hospitality, w IMh hi. I summer spring a sun is cooled i into "comfort and II of long duration. 1 be purser about this or valley- there to mingle with their nairvelemcnts

\rrlcd there, to defeat our hopes: but we oftentimes repaid by detailing -. luxury by tae ever-entering sea breeze. time had crept up-was sliding along to a s and to be seen no more.
feel assured that it cannot be successfully grateful guests This is the only place 1 have found in certain pert of the deck andjiad got 01'(10cullin (
idenres of his pant of dig RU'IIut'/I.-It U rumoured that Com.
exerted a second time. A* well might it he : new I the Southern country to which Northern. site the dw.r. when another and a Imuncey i. about to resign his plaee la -
I with safety in the summer
Attempted to stop the rolling of the waves of I nity.May he long live in the enjoyment of people season can repair; and 1 know not of* place in tremendous breaker took I''. under ihesieru.capsrrd I the Hoard of Navy Commissioner, on account -

the Ilea a* to..arrest the march of that spirit of of social feeling, whichwhile 'I the world where they can go with' Utter me over the lafTrail}, and I broughtup i I. of ill health ; sad H is thought that

improvement which so striking! distinguishes that e\ulicranre him' guarantees of good health, and a reasonable alllItIl the frightened purser, ,,1\0'" a.. Com r.l1Wu111 appof1aled to the vacanry. 1
hufriends, subjected I and that Coin Itownee will be
it delighted I
the present day. The objection moot { Speakingafter share of the luxuries of life. The town of heaved headlong into the cabin, crushing In the command of the Navy' YardIn
the placed
imputation. dtustrd'on.
this monstrous ,
W PensacoU is beautifully
in relation I wine bottle. sod his fall it I
urged against our hope the glasses in ; this town
commonly Wakeneld
the manner of the Vicar of .bore of the bay, and contains at present ot "OUT Ir+'os.ider" baa
to this matter is, that we cannot raise about fifteen hundred inhabitants, moi was a subject of much merriment to ibeC'at The coppering
will remembered were '
the fund necessary to carry out a work t oMfapendous (whose wishes, it oracles ifthey of them Creoles 1 hey live an .*., and I lain-I was called down fur an explanation been eompfetrd. and the emrpentera, pain-
looked back upon as tars &1'. are now engaged finishing 06Ihe
and no expensive But this is always fulfilled and u mere wishes Idle ute, without any ererrr tN Uy Arfther aboundsin than : -and the joke ", laughed off w'ith a hearty cabin slate room. Ae. The ship

an u ejection| which.would be fatal to all eu- were" not in conclusion the mere reat""tllldinre means of livp>* cf Lab, which' glaM of wine to the health of the wind has Urn nearly Mbullti almost every
i if the were) "I' have to nay the <<
Urprize, It can be demoiHtrated that the ) bare no cause to are easily *..en, and the finest quality of aDd wave. I i limber, and we believe, cpiJe every plank
that we hope, we may have been removed although te ra
in are found in profusion, even alongine fifth had the (, many
United States alone might twenty jean ovs>" The day we got on lim- bemulICd
hw absence. ice the old timber and plash have
regret of the h.rves.Government .
tt\ethe whole amu.nr" bicb the workwuutd frea w fixed this harbor peache Bank. The sea had become "- in the original places, fibe will soon
which e copy upon InulTl
diffusion The following the set- could ,rom out of the Dock s aew.aad con
coat. The rapid and regular of *'" from as the great Naval Vepet of all the steeringsails were we Dry

of intelligence through the mail, is i. New.ork paper, in a part New a Y'"'kt*(>'- Southern coast the eoll.cqonace will be, the fragrant odours trout Yucatan, and I>lie ship of most r-e4. .beaatlMmo4aLlTIM" .

part and an Important part, Jf the policy ol )lr. Gtoaci: Cvu, to*rd 110"that Mt. CTU that a vast sum of public money will always hear-now and then Die a"eel wild chirps I Udl

So important is u deemed tor It w iU be ree- be put into eircaUtwn iu this place, ot the land and the gulL ourselves a4 dred Iso
our government. 'Mie here last winter, and left tad the officers of the navy, together with sparrow The way to make ,
by the distinguished and enterprising spent,-s"' U the due of this letter. !<. u an the officers of the army sWtoaed In thes11r1'c The bank of Campoat I ia very shallow, be what we wish to be tJaoucbLfl

bead of the Post Office Department tbat a. a


1tt 7''

t j 'f 1!

of ".110', 'ill' A.N OUWXANCi:, 1 I AN ORliNANI'L I ;
four work. prrtintotothe day: "
ORDlNANCi: Ordinance mtiilrd an Ordinance -
AN amend an
To i
I I imnel'iOi bill''i Ihl'Iul.pt! in Penmuola.Hit .
some : To regulate
PE\3AC3L.A c rLLrI1L. ; I'n easel c a. Revenue for the City of Pin if no piper newspaper be published, linn by puttuiK !I, I, IttrtOiiltuH-d Ay the flaunt ufltlinntitnfttir \I incnt of the for City the regulation of Pcinacola and," govern..
-- irolit. I three or mare con-pt' I'initiiciil'i, That
it uj
J1SE 2$, 18:M: S>,... |t.I.' it Orl>n>i',I l,j the ,Mijir" "I' a : \ IIIlIrk"t' shall be held al the :Market f'J June 6th, 1W7.Si. .

- .tnnrlofU'rm\ ,"it oft! '>e ( ',t II 'f/'<.,.. rums .pliei'sllieriin: Oidintfl. inn the else the City, 1A1lc.l''I .i'. 1. He it Ordained by the liLevur i
S.. 1 II, fjith'r where in
: II 'it and
!; no
House It"
Tao OmrrB will bi l 1"1.' I Hcry Hit, ",iAi, 1'11'11 in the monthifJmlunry1,1e1h: I th'owiiPMofieil '.MU'orHlnnllnwhirH shall mil Ld..rt.Chl i ,,'1'1'1\1. 1,11/( /lu.ml e if,41de,'me-n nfthe (.ityoJ -

urday Evening at 31A ) p 'r 11'1'11111 i 1'1 a Inn year thrc 1utnniu4iuu: : "li ill bo app tint I IP 'd told. ..li,ill hate a right to re- if any 1'rl4l1l1 IH-IWII" the :.M t of Match *a>'o// Tliat Ihe- City Hell[ shall be rung at
!!&, $I payable at thi P 11 I of -n t i in nit In, e.t 1, wlio-M- duly it sli ill Ira to recrive it Ittt din. tinw or within two year from the ;'' In the thr'lYl inomini: uf N ptcmlicr or l In-fore nine I'i nine 1/1 lock P M. rout the twrnty-first
a gt or S3 payanle at thiexpiritioi ul in-1 of and arch until the inly-first day of
ycir.at of TtniMi1 prjpi'rty every dftcripti', I tine of such hire !lease or sale, by rl'l'aY-1', I n'rloc'ill' the morning dunnjz hut remainder day of :
the option of th? subscriberADVMTHHMKIM from P n'h! 11111 I every luh'iliit"nit, 'mid to a-t in tlidimittit of the Tat and Posts nndfifty of the llnti'her!* Meal, Fish or : September, and ut right o'clock P. M. from
IniTtcl at thf rite: of of wiiliin this Emile ? ,, year 'ond) day' of September until
t I !'I. < thin \ iluc roil estate thereon, and va lug for nil void at mirkrt, III the twentysci
one dollar for r very CUll ripI' i hn M (or le.<,) of thin t'.>rio| ,..HID.i. who *hiil) (III! onliilnl to iin.jrovernent p"r cent hirhmiy hate Peru madeniloili ohrr: articles usually of the City than at the the twentieth da)' of March, in each.and

4 for the brat, an I fifty cent for every eo't ten dollars" : each! .M a ('n.lIl'clI.IUUII fur theireerllris. ', any other put shall fur itciy' offence ctcry' year.SEC .
real estateSti : :Market lloiist. they pay
sinuous *uhp<]iicnt iivwrlion. ( I U. Hut ,ether Oiiliiinfl, 'I'hit: fine of two dollars: r I 2. HeitfnilhrrOnkiineil, That all
-- -- SH r'. 'i Ifs it further OJtin'I; Thai it fur selling prop-m. the Collector shall "be 2. He it farther f kivlinri/'fhnt' retailers of Spiritumw or Vuious Liquor,
; Src
.vhillbr lliPtlnty of the S.r'IMY of the allowed 1 h :i hall shall close their door iihm fifteen minute.after (
FOR PHILADELPHIA: 'entitled\ ) the same fees as lire > the Stalin in the New Market House ;
lisp ird. nfl lr> funntli thin (:uuumiisinnrs of thr Hell at night and
( 1'"lfAfIIU IInl!!.) rin Tht packet Schooner COR, 114 HIXII its |) ," "lollI l Wllll tinmiMiment Kimil ir 'IIrw".., :and for making: nnd ackiitleljtniral ,, Mich inaiim, forxuili price and 1't cry' person offending herein shall be finIK -
Mayor in '
CAR*"):4. will mil on the rolNof the preeiidnu! year, and I. I I! 11..1. the sum of two dollar* for such, length of time as m iy mfin to linn in a sum not evceediiid 'file dollars, lore
I its. '''II h III.ink roll\ fur 'lIlrruq the fun. II before the .
for the abote her : I of the recot errd Mayor.See.
5th July port and liltv ('''"1'*. meat,,, consistnt with the interest
% with furnished ld>mU; items of pml"'rt| :- OrJinntl, Tint 3.It it Jill II,rr iMnitd That it j
rabin It large and airy iircomraodations. Sf: '. n //"' it fn'h>'f :I City : provided that no lease Hhall Ut for a

For Ilas'ne; apply to lion-ten and lotlHliM iTreisirer: shall te appointed! unnmllvwli ', '.tier !iengtli of tune than one year, nor shall be the duly of thr City Marshal and '

J. II. FOSTER: : < pre> inj4io,) ftifjintt upon his dutmsliilltiku gn:lull more than two Mails lie rented to outiindisidmini. / such assistauts as in iy' be employed for the
Fonr whe I plea-itirc' C.arlltlt 1: M n fifteen
June 14 No. 11 : an mill faithfully to disehiruc ,1 purpose, to I"/Irfl/ihe wtrccts minute
Two whm'IIIIJtllIre I Cam iji < Uond with two sennll the of the Dell, and all
after ringing
the sa'n t. 111I
flu'' Saddle \\mlt.:: fur S\\t. 1)enrhrrnehorses and :\Iuli., <' '>s thereat onto thou..,Mul dVlais: \ shill lie the duty of every (HTMOII who laity slaves! above the age of ten years found go-

A first rate YOUNOHIOKSE 3 U"ifiirlhrrflnainrl'I'hltthefll 4Sfc Payehie! : to the t'Iry ofPeiHuola, unltoheiriprotelliylh.'Uwrl !I puiu't.ia Stall, lo caul' it to IK washed I I 1 lug nt large( during the night, without a
in it fioinSins
of \ldcnnen e 1111"h'lnn."II" I tnthorn with a light ,
I and I clean or a
(fouryrnr!* old) \ | ir sled I roiiinii'm'c on iliu nrxt this\ ( ,. .''II'r day belore urn o i lock kept I pass
yp tht
ol I or owners or employer
'tlilul mail their
1 e l ihe la 1'rI u ersoii her, or owner
order all times nndetcry ] .
a fun travpllprllnd remark- ofjanuiry, null all prupcit s'ull: In IMsfMspil and I in ut 'I
I well warrantedsound. ) Pities :tssrae'l1un1': n't' h. shah "IIIIIII'd l who hall' neglect to wash and keep clean shall IMJ confined until morning,
ably gaited, t ot !
JIIooJ in the n iin i tit. iMing" the
person all before
Maid Horse could be made to work the xtitiooii the lirittiliy I .Filtruir>' inidili! !to It l'I'il, iiissi.,111,1" .nu fin "ffnt on situ lull' Ins or her :$;n,ill and ke'l'p I the same in gwsl0rdct ( |i I" In''n I bey. hluill be taken Mayor '
which shall hero I not exceeding ten
airs 1''II'vl'.1 b\ linn lino. notccelmg 'nte need to receive
in harness when Apply to shad fur oiu'nee paa "
neeesxary. )etr ; ntld It nil 11I1a III! duty ..1'1'11' C''II1I1.icmc.t I etery lo
be discharged according
I fir his i trr4. Iliilclier islu or shall
airs s
ALOES A. M JACKSON. thIl.II. 1 Iht' i
; appointe.1 .M iiloiet.n I, to en::11 ( \ ] Ilirte ry
Urlaiunl'Iiiatit I of the .
S:I'. \\n II it.firttirr the cm'unutanccs ea e.JOiCEPIl
ICI May 19 __No. 12__ pima the lusrauuu'.t1. and na ike return thereof 'hill In riciiinlM'iiioii all persons 1"'r"l1- I'' afore' I SIERRA,
to (he lloitril nf Aldenn mi or b io't' I : |
$5 DoUats R wra.Jt. the! first day of irrli entiiingSFP in>{ lli" (.ollowingavin':itioiH. to pay to .the. try' or wild! fowl in his, her or their Mull, i President pro tern of the Board of Aldermen.
Tn':mirer per an'turn for n Licence the followiiusniiis fur such olfi'lite' I'AHsm: May 19th, 1834.
I. JIr furlHirO t 1.1. Hilton shall forfeit pay every
Ram:way from William hut l.iemsein ly III"l liken M CU UPPER, Secretary.
n'lur.t..f. thin it hall he lie extciditu live dulldre.Sir.
It asnesmiif1, ( a um not ;
Drvmtnond. hn to the "r ",'nll'IIIIIIIMII at the yum 'I 20lh 183C. -&.
1IIIIrl.l'I )
way | ,. Ihtil'ia'vi1'hul even Aersoven May ,
duty of the Hi-i'n to make! the Tax : ; .J.I li/l'II'r
.. Ury iii| J
l Creek N l><>n, from riteTo forfeit EVANS: :Mayor.
.. ro man HamelCHAMPION roll f,>rllir> C: illeelor h>' allmtr! lot ieli I Iit I. ,.. tloll '', n<'rs'in LMiiItt of i uirrosxmsj- .IHlII .
i aHmle) ark.Jwith 'in of "'/1.111'1. tin f..IIII\VIII. rIIe.-; ker p fi fiblts Thirty lie irs ', Pill; pity;:; foTeu'li; : otFiiue the Mini of fit I' '
I To Ililliinl: at ( name I'
ketptxto 1----
tha small pot la tbe face, not vorflHoA, a alixlu Oil nil!I luxe I an 1 Lots willllllhc: limit | Fift 1llIlIaral-1 dol lars { tngiossing shall be deemed to AN OKDIDANCETo

hitch ia hi. right foot when hi ", .Ik'l *ith a Tinaeoaateaaaee of the enrp'JrI'tiUII' ttentIhc rents, on plII"" JJ mull .tablisliiiieiil% i' consiM ill haying up :a greater quantity of Bakers and the assize: of Dread.
To < regulate
II I keep a Ir in r "' i.
cad large whtekora, au4.ebual 5 fuel each on, liunlrcl dulltM of thc'lIhlc \eget.ihlts, lowls or other mark* tattle aril I ,
.r 10 or H ineho hi.... Th above reward will bepad thereof Filttrntlollani. Irs! than the can rea'unably. want SFC. I. He tl Onlained by the Mayor

t by the an deratgacd for hn air rreheaainaUEURGE : (lit all Slates| alMe the age of ten and iin- To keep it 'I'atern, Dir included, whereat I (for use : Prot person ided that the said offence shall inul Il"al'lof Mltrmen othe City of

8TONFIIWContenti tier one dollar hast ten Beds and a Stable in which ten deemed to hate been committed l'rn* NUM'} County, Alabama, March 24 fifty pare! still irr protided for the not be he the standard by which h all Dak.cn'ithin
On recd four \ilici 1 pleasure Cirri: tl(e in 8,11111111'1 where the public hate had a reasonable '
liiilmjf 1\\"lInr..t..., sir dullnrHOn ilnionof 'f'avellerl, "'jI'\'c'"l1nUarll.1\ { opiHirtuiiity tobe" prttiously anppliethSar..i. the! limits of the City hnll be governed, } .
1e.UI\\CO\; Academy.THE : ) 11 retail (innd*, Ware or II
cacti two w hei'I pleasure Carriae in : Itf Imthfr OfliiiHrtl, That yiz: .
II "h'n.the !stock in trade doe n >t (.t I I Merchantable Flour
Tnwleeiof ih's IniinirtMii. have the i'hiding one horse, three doll irOn .<. FivedullnreTu I! ettry' pit son whosh ill cut injure or deface Vh('n the price of

I 1 .,. informing, the public, thai it each Di-iirlHirn, iiirliidiu! one Horse coed onethoucanddollars: \Vares ,Mrnlitiidi! the pill.ir!* of the :Market House or any' part I I' i ill four dollars per barrel, each Baker shallgive 1

hope for tha nMptlo..r scholar, and it now three do: .irOn ... retail Uoodit, or thereof shall pay a hue of two dollars, if forty-seteu ounces of good Bread for i

11BHCcaotfal operalloB, ruder Ilia mauigaiuint all llormi's or "III'.nlli otliorni-i taxed where the stock in trade shall exceed the ol1l..I. be a slate, in default of pay- twelve l1Ic.l a half cents.
I able. sad efficient IraohersTbe Oil llioiisind and hl'lI".ll'r two thousand I dollars forty-two t
rath oiedollir. ehuIlIH'! wlnpp-d tenla.lus.Sn At five ounces
mint !
artenri of Faranu j G..rdirnu in doll Ten dollars.'l'o .
u an
ee : pur.ticaUrly TMO copies of theTix roll shall fir l made. : '. (t. Hiit t'nthir Onldinnl, That: At six doll ir*-thirty-nine ounce 1 tAt I
called. title School na It i. c"nfi belioTod to our 0f which shall! fir| de:nered to the ColIK it ,shall be the duly of the ( it\" ('ondtablcadilly ,evendullara-thirtyuixouncea! j
t ly that H superior' advening' a here lh" stock in trade shall exceedtwo
South: : tor the first of md! the the Market lloiiso before At eight dollars-thirty-three ounces ,
moat 'here in the. Woitern einatrjr. l' naacola >v Aprtl ilnnniiilh., thousand and IN under four thousand .. to inspect :
1 I } ls pteBharly and proTerbia'ly! healthy other .hall rein nn In thin Sivrrt) '-. otflee dollars Fifteen doll:irs. ten o'clock in the morning( :and sec that this, : At nine dollars! -thirty-one ounce I

,",..,....... .1101. ,.. I itia accaiitble tram M,..'. A: Itt it tinthT Dilnnxl; That. To r"laillooI., OrdmiiuM' is l VVnrc Merchandise
.n auarttrst U is a .*!" cad delightful retreat f.rftniiUea after the 'o'limHsioiieM shall) h ne in ilnn or ti"lalion thereof lo the :Mayor. SFC. 2. lie it further Ordained, Thatit
where thc IItuck in trade shall exceed four ecry
dtriag the heat oftatamer, i the 1 taeher reinrn ol ih" 1I..r04.I1I.II: !pnlilic iioitee HKNJ: I). UKUJIir shall tie the duty of the Mayor on the first
of ibe School are gcntleaMB n4 echo art UoirJal I thereof ,xliill hcsurnhv/ theSerretury. tad tlioiisi id.md be under six:: thousand dollars President. of the Hoard of Aldeiiuen and fifteenth days of each month to ascertain -
Tuilioa .,. aaoder.lo and cheap Ie'! .rd- twenty dollars; aol for rtrrv
v the return MI in tdcshall rem'tin .1' hi"lIi'e.;! 1'A-nti: ) Jtli Jiinnry. 1HJ7COIJ the price of good Flour and cause the ,
!' enact of till Academy ia mild Ihoagh ethcienl, I thousand: above six:: thousand", dollars amiunder .
upon for the in'poelion IIf an\ "person inleren'e J.\ KICK E'ITS, hccrelaryAre .. acme to br made public by putting up advertisements i
and ) divested of all sectarm of threedollars
entirely fruluiiii 1 thousand the
thirty .it rate
from :'I lln < C'I'llw!kI three in the
i for I no becks. : > 8th Janu: 18.J7.JOHN at conspicuous places
aadthoTraiteoap4odge niaelea, 'indivi! 'In IHJ, and fur tliousanl above thirty i >t EO iry.
fat the BUt: cbiracl of the ImtiluUoo. p.I M, and! any jierminVHhin l 1'1 upp-1: al! every : JhRRiSON I !MiyorAN : C::!;. and to state in each the number of
maaagrraeoi of .
( 1'1" file their obj.vIIOIH thousand dollar! at the rate two __ 'bread that ahal1l1c given by
rim < 1I..I..N"'IIII'III."' tit 1y .I(I ounces of gre'r
dollars 111"
thousand addition to OUDINAiNCli:
The EOT. A. Steel l hi* the llIperin..ndtacl or >\ hit I llieVeietirvHLC I per : in each Bakt for IwcltCad! a halfenU for

the Sehoul lrI.O""II. a ,nd..rVowhi ig U lit iljui'itiff fJ, I"II".I. That all 'unity dollars IH aforesaidTo : Coneernme Hoi's.Hrt term of fifteen days and hr shall! alo cause

tee College pad a geiitleinm of highs; mun-- appeals ih ill he ante! I U"U1! hjf the! II tar.l at Hawk and Piddle Unoc.lo4."a"1 orMerehsndpe ', 1. I!* it Ordtimeil Itu the .\/.syur! I the City' Marshal to drlitrr a copy of theuiitiirnCoreMMid

meals, U ihe Tetor Ca,'l. Lorrniaa, wh a huUdfh lUlirat ai'n...I :titer the \vinm.H< of the 't'wPtr'ednitoraTs and Vu +rf-Mlrrnr ...f .It' (;rjvfl>*,.. (each Baker within the
.-- la site fonege olCharl.'Oru, time all twe.\ for tint |>urniws : I'rariilrl I ke-v %L'oatucttonary'; Fifteen dollar. fnroln That it shall not be) lawful for Hog limits of the City.

a S C., Siva laatraeuan lo the French Laa; age. tint: when! '"y (person
The following are the rata of Tuit'oii. .. shill lie. 'ru.1 1 e.mlor one quart. Thirty of the City unless they Imp: a rood and
or alh 'nt, or v any ; 'Po ,,' Cart inelud, 1 any Baker shall) sell a ]less quantity of good
For bfgir.a( ia the radimenu or the | taken 'the' u' keep a .1l' ", or Dray feufficicnt wire through their nose the two ,
not having an 1IIIjI'II.irnu lire'a'I for tweheand a half cents thuD bprnvidcd
will .. firthose 3900 in II )rje or :Male* fir hire 1'1\ ('h'c
11 Cagtlsh Language aa .Cscnl.1, the II.ianl shall: tit dollnrsS cads twisted together :and U'nl dog ; for by the first section of this Or-
] "
read and write, month \\.r'.lh"'l. i
who per dear Ih.'up\II'.11\ at any oilier I I, b il'J> itJitilherOittaiiu',!, That all durance orshall offer fur sale made of
Far Reading, Grammar Writing, A'rlthmatle I ::e. 17. D, it further Orlain'l, That Brea
and Urographr, tJ GO HJ: '. 7. HtttfmlkfrO.' Inn, I. Thitil tho Trctsurer on" the amount of Hi/.;.; found running at large without n sour, or otherw ie damage he, she

F.*. Greet red Lathe, [Including the i WIJ any person! shall Bite to theiiiinimu Tut imp.ned HS ii'wte receiving' provided for ..h'lnlIt | wire a* aforc'!iid. shall be taker III' lIy the | or they' no ol'nding, forfeit and pay

foreitinf Breach per month a frau,lu lout list of I'lvt'ile' 1'(0)/1)| ', or give receipt I".,r the Mime, which shall tlr.1 I|I 'ity Marshal, whose duty' it shall be lo Iforcachoffencetime I I oftwentydollars, to

For Maiheoiatica, A.trauomy Belle'I.tlrrecudthehigherbrenche.of.n shall ful to reader a trot'list of sure! properiv "It livered, to the Secretary of the Board: of: mnetwenty'-I'unrhours untireby ptislingtip recot I'rd the Mayor, one half of
( at the liman'gnirel 1 l h tlmO liiincthe : : :in ad\erliscmcnt it the V irkrt House &. if
} fj 0') > Alderiiii, wv:1o: shall mal..e.111 entry' thereofan 11 h shall t for the use of the City and l
l E.gli.hEducatiPaudadinptbel.aJa p'Mon no ofL-iInu sit''ill firlea 11.1p"y Ih,' owner or owners fail to redeem such other for the City Marshal

... ,...'u... for the u-te of t'lp! Cil\, ill rout of .I iss'ie H License free of expenseHn. II,U:( or (logs so taken within the time nfon duty it shall:br to examine the right whO andqiiihty
branehea : .. H /11 further Ordmnft, Tint
f For.'te. leregoiag Including t II 00 dollars, to he rnui<' I 'lel.tre the I 'slid dollar for each to the
twenty by paying= one
of the Bread of each Baker two
{ the. dead Languages, ) each Auetionur within the lira:ts of they I or M
will Mayor. City Mirslnl.. it shall lie Ins duly to sell three tunes week and
TbaUotractioBin French Lanaage City shall keep regular Books in which prr report every via
Hn. ft. n' ilf-irlfur Oi .lain 't Th it a I 'li auction
.. : sui llogor Hog at public ; one I' lation to the
be a"plU'atlebar, fair Itnl..urrecl entries shall be made of all Mayor
It Board ia '"|*liable amilici may be had atmodiate Collector tifT..,,,.-* shall IK appointed annuilly their sale: which Hooks! on the applicationof half of the proctrds of site lo l 1.i' paid into Srl'. 4. lie it farther That ;+
who IM'fore I IIH i du the' and the othi' half for Orla"f
s rats entering alum| the City Treasurer shall exhibited to I City Treasury r all (rc.linanr't regulating Bakery and
Board of Cratieei.J. lies shrill Bond with two -M-enrilies in the of the < : I
? Br older of the : cue him at the end of three month wheneachAitetioncershdl use 'ityIar"hal. the 1P are hereby repealed, and that
( A CAMERON, l>re.id nt. the xuin of t vo thousand dollars, to be air| every See 3 He it further Onlmiifil That tins Ordinance! shall in force from and

EowiKo>> I.. D..... SecrtUijrPeataoola proved by the Hoard of Aldermen, nnd payable : pay to him one per cent ;all Ordinances to regulate! (lugs:( running at ''I' utter Us b

\pril17 No.6 to the City of Pemacoli; ; roiidittonelfor on Ihs Amount ot sale during each\ (' largest tlhn Htrtcts be, and the same are publrlliou. n

the! r.lilhful perfonninec of hn c.l ul i.',,, which !sum shall be charged by Auc h,'reliy n "'TW. i RRISN. '

CUv CoUector1 NrfllllB ()\\ce. ami alull receive! for hn Bcniceu fir per lionerr to the owner or owner of the property j JOHN JKR1HSON, : President of 11M Hoard .
void, and on failing to with I'AH Fn May)' 't. 1834.M. .
comply .
i andertlgood. I In now ready to roeivei rent, on all nioincs colleetcd by him President Hoird Aldtnien. .
all S '. 9. Ue Or,Itihtr I That the the provisions ofthi. set'lion, the Auttion VIWPPKR Secretary.
the) CITY TAXES, impood oa "t farther PAssi: April 14, IS.ilM RuitTci
) .. cad L'>U, Slavea, Iloiae Carriagea, Ac, Tax Collector shall. ronnnnncp the cxllec- err so failing shall forfeit and pay for the I. CUt'PPUIt, teuetary.APIRO >

All ptrtOB pain'lh. tame oa or before the h lion of Taxe.sdiii! the City 011 'he (first. day use the City the sum of twenty dollars for : IJI I C EVANS, Mayor
\ I> Aprilllh.
day of May oat will bo allowed a dieraenl of 5 April in each and every : anJ it shall each and every offence, to be recovered before C KVANS I Reconsidered and passed: by the requisite -
Pit roJm Mayor mijonty June 7th 1834. .
per coat; aad Tatra remaining aopnJ he hit to call (oust thin the Mayor ,
duty at at
once roildeneuofeieh -
and arter th4lat day of Aaf vt next, will be IIi. tix.ible a'nd also to Net Itf lie further Ordaked, That AN ORDINANCE JOiN JtRRISON. ;
twined Ar ace rdiu( U law. person, it shall be the duly of the Treasurer --I'I President I
of IIH City To Honr AldenpD ;
P T. C011M YNS. Tat Colloclor.Paaaaoola. give public notice beini realy to retrive Uejiilult: Drays. M.
to keep regular Uookt, in which shall be .
April 41, HJ4. a No 7 the taxe- tin 1 all i>..rll":n ulio shall I Sn; I I. tl' it f>r>laiHi>il by tI.. Secretary ),
the same on or before the first day of a correct account of all monies. re ,. '
ony I and Bust of llltiuit nf lAp Cili/ of1'emrwuln'flint
c''ivetlor paid by him on account of the: County Court at >
NOTICE.AT May shall: be allowed a discount otjireiierrriil. it shall no't l be lawful for |I i, Iamhr,,

tho mexl Tent of the Honinrmbte the and it shill be his duty at the end of Corporation the Hoard unlit of hill Aldermen: be his duly to lay4before j the owner or driver of a Dray, to ('hargeI I s /Jr123, ( j

Conatv Coat of EaeanilMe County, to be etch in'tilth, to pay to the Treasurer all I statement of his a monthly I i more than twenty Ills cents per load for RHRt.V that Jose J"O.. FIUICIKOMURIRO '
rrceipuand disbursement, ()
ho d at the City of PeaaaooU. OB the fires )fuadtydtcobeeaext. monies thai he 1Il.1V'h.I\'e rollectedSn : Ihe transportation of nil\' good, wares,. sail Vmnmt D., .f
ahU apply' fur th- toiUeaieM I,). Hf farther (lr taMerl, That alto to furnish qu t'trrly, a detailed :account i iofallm'ntiesreccivedorpaid merchandize or other articles \\ilhintlie the first Jiittieet' Uwlrict ajtd TI.Wal"l..THT TWIT- .

of .f roouat ai tho Adininimralna of after the first day: of .\II?II"I, the I by him set inhibited: palls of the Cilv. I eaacr..Joaers F< nit TH ami Jam IlvitT. 1 1I

SAMUEL R. OY ERTON. doo aeJ. and unto shill be authorised ,11..1 rain for Collector I ting forth the mine of the persons from 1 SI:.,. 2. 'II it further I ..oi.J U strict l hi and the same ar. hereby ti
to .bo fiuaUf d .eh. .roiiMlRGlRETANN. which shall remain: "rai.1 at that time and j, whom rcccttrd and' to whom paid, and on shall ho iHtlumnl, That it pointed ('onlmieeioaeru of School ap .II

: OVERT IN.Adiai : if he full to dwtram as provided for he I I what account, and it hall further bo his incumbent on the owner or dntef CUDDly of lj .nn>bia. .rl t
| of! when I'
'. mtra'rU. Nhallhclmhlu to the anunnt not col- ,I duty. li keep his office open from 9 to J t'' a .Dray ruler dui'rl lo transport"' any EDUp. L. DRAKKNOTICE. \
pay ,
8 N. 8 i goods. wares, iii"rcli:mdi/c or other article. ,
| o'cloek 1 A. M pa.'" for ten day in Jaige.
""-- "let-le-l, i' s.I'I'I, in casesthera nu pvop'nycan | | day anecests'ui 11'11.1trall"IUrll'.1/ inl> to perform .
( fro7fl'i! nys -- '--
IH found, and all distrained Beginning of each qimr ,
propcri so : the sauce forthwith unless "
lot Sale aha, 1 IIJc offered at public auction, su hereinafter ter, for the p:irpo$e of giting an opportu( previously en- I .
gamed without
TUG ProprUtera of the CHARLES provlI"tl. I pity to all persona who are required b) this excuse: or to be some other reasonable SIX "'fkl from the date hereof, I
: .hal
EVENING FOiT otter theftEatabllsihnent Ordinance to obtain a License but this Is
Six. 11. lie further (I..l.rinei, Thit NEC. 3. tit itfurtherorrluiaevlThat apply to the Honorable the Jud
for Mle. To It gentleman the Collii'tor! klioll first distrain pereonal: ii" it
wMtetnung a man capital, the paper could property if niKhcau bo found, if not slates'I from being at his office when. his clinic rr | shahs slmll be nuuilK-red, on one of the I. Letters! Adnunwtration on the estate of

pe) made very profitable. It haa a circulation i"ha Inl',1 hn.!list, rained,and litly l real: estate : qnirr it'to be open. said in a conspicuous manner, and the A..U. ALLEN, decra ed. ;

nting SOU paper, with a reasonable which uliall l he rented or lensod to the )ll'r.1 i, SEC 2i) He it further Ordiir.fl That I number shill he specified in the Ii. ROBEKT MITCHELL i

I share of adv.rU.iug patronage. IVrooiitvriahingto MOII who will alt Blur, the Tat and coats,i! if a-iy person required by inn Ordinance to cense which each owner of a Dray u required I June 1834. 6 No. ,13

purchase will be correctly! informed thereon Tor the shortest time, but if the pro-1 obtain a License, shall pursue his, her ortheir I to obtain from the Secretary of the 1''nI8rola 3

as to the concerns of the office by oration withmit hating first i I Aoard of Aldermen 1--
pert so titstrttinedwill. not rent orleise: for f ; obtain -N
,w, applying personally or by letter, directed one year for rtie a'n ant due as aforesaid, I el such License. or if any Retailer oren, j SBC 4. Uf it further ontninpl, That for ew Post Office.

to either of the proprietors.. then it until he mild to the lni! ....l bidder : dor of G"odVart'.. or Merchandize shall atiohtion of any of the protixions of the I 1,I POST OFFICE has been established

NORKW & OIT3INGBR. a id the overplus if any, after dejnotinar the fail: ) or refuse. to give in to the Treasurer the I foregoing sections of this ordinance the I|I -f V at Indian Key Florida. All letteMk

Charleston, May 8.o Tax and I eosis. rfiall be p:ud to the owner amount of their stock in trade, or shall: ren owner of the Dray shall\ forfeit and pay I and for persons residing on this Island -
der a frau,lulrnt! account thereof I for the use of the City, the sum of five dol I papr -
ora/eulif if not it shall be put to she } Kay -Bi New
EJcslisbha: County Court, ? use by'orJer of the Hoard of Aldermen until or they so offending, shall forfeit and pat lars, to be recovered before the !Mayor. River Key 'loriJa on the ayo ship
the double the amount of their License fur ouch HEe,, 3. Re it further ordun.eil. That Florida "aras Pr
April Term 1834. J applied for by owner or his or her a- or
gentrt>ri.Htiterfr/ Tint: when it offence, to bt recot'end before the Mayor ,i the owner of each and every Dray within a th wkit'sl
PaatECoosa 8..oon. J... A. hall be n ve..sary to sell real rotate, such for the use oCt the City the limits of the city shall 'be liable for all \their exirptmgthe most readily c t

,Key ara hereby] apauiaua' Road La Biaoi.Ceaunweloaara be aae part thereof only hall be sold, where a division .inltti1. Oe /" '*" OrldiltfoThat I damages or injuries. done to goods, wares, malt Inl'nc.le de.Iinalio.

a the W... aidtof Eca..Sta River sad Jog can be in;ide, aa may be necessary to e* and parts of Ordinances for merchandize: or tother ajtides, through the II H. WATERHOrSE, P. M.

Wore. J,,,.. WT.; E4B.MT aad JoiBPBJ FOB pay the Tax and COM, stud urortJtil aho, raising a, llevflfMfor the City o( Pennacola carelessness be or negligence of their driver, Indian Key, ( .'Iolda May, IS, 1834.tr .
l air* .. '1M fUal tide. oT MU R.Ter cud that that when the ....!nft person snail own more be and the same hereby repealed.: to recovered in any' court having competent /

i 4 key aaako a Mnort of the eiwoMea iacarrrd at 'than one estate or Lot the whole amount of Prettied That nothing lu.H.OrJmanceshall i I' Jurilldictlon.I UENJ.J). WRIGHT Attorney and

Ue Mil April' Terra a/ahia CoMay ., Tat and CIMU due from such person. shall be so construrd, a* to prrt.. the| .01- I I SEC. 6 lit tt further unfaiW. That all Counsellor Law, hereafter practice i

A. .l7e. spy ,.II CRUPPER CIek if practicable be raised from the sale of ono Irction of the Taxes'' asaeiMed for the ,-, ,{I, ordinances regulating drays be and the In the County of 'i only, except .

.31 No.10U&Nau11 of the estate or Lot.: and alto further sent year J "same" are hereby repealed tutd that this or-1 1 when specially E.mbia attend the h

firvfnlf>l, Tliat, whenever Have! stall bedistrain Sec W H* it further Onlantiol That!,1 "T.nce UDllCkwwt ahall be in force, from and after its''! perior Court of Walton County or the

Sugar fl, they hall not be sold if they can this Ordinance shall be in force from and | Court of ,

0'1'\ VOXn white. .... 3boiebrowBlI*. IJe hired for the Tax and cost for any term after its publication. President- JOHN JERRISON, June 7,Appeal. No 13
.u .ana SVG.IRS. t.f lapenor 4.4iV, not exi-eHni';: ..1I JOSEPH SIERRA, I o *.Board of Adfnnen., _

fecorved pe* oehr. BiHioti Bad feat!. H. Sbc. I l-i fie iI further Ordainf That I President pro tern of the Board of I P4-WCD May 24th CRI'PPEk. am

I ApriJ ALVIN A. )L JACMOY Wo 4' on riling property, the Collector shall acJ- PASSED, May 19, 1831 AIc.lermen'l A..aO'tD M May 26th 1834.> ? "tarv' : l1a

tents, the distress once a week fur I M. PR UPPER, Secretary. C. EVANS: 1\11)01.

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