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: July 12, 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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PENSACOL.1, temper as well as which of the in generous his after life and wa independent M con and, light reverses i il thrown' of the war are recounted- ; ;much'r'tits and privilege provided;; bY'h; act,-entitled (frnRspresestotiees- ---- of-the---United Utaift of
of "
SEDUDay DV? NING. spicuous. lie w'as an early loser of books I which hateneter upon portion that history I an Act to grant pre-etaption right eu ettembled, That the
and although, while he remained been and perhaps to settler on the public lands,' --approved, further time of MX m ., in addition to
!\ i in the I tietrr will It', totally free from obscurity May Hi, 1830 and the Mid act I Is the time In the
[From the New-York Mirror] West Iudicst, his education was extremely! and doubt and hereby specified act to which this
I the
r BOOK TABLE. limited, he bt'gdnery soon to acquire deeply among most revived, and shall continue in force two i II I supplement, be, and hereby I I., allowed -

The Life of.ilex. Hamilton, by Ail ton knowledge, useful, though unmethodical, i i the story interfiling of tbone! less to obvious every American but not less, i* yran longer from the passage of this act, and no to the commissioner appointed by the

We have read with the first and pirhans more various than well digested -,Iharrassmg and President to execute and complete the du-
attention \ol- perilous difficulties
In liBUhc\ 6 ume of a memoir rather history which wax placed at the dk fmerchant's which Washington had
or struggle in the when a person inhabit one quarter and of be aforesaid act approved the
econd -
we confess, appears to us, decidedly the I counting-hou!e, where htacquitit'd achievement his country' freedom and cultitate another, he hall be permuted of March Domini on *
himself day ,anno eighteen
most interesting, if not the most important, to the satisfaction of hill oun undying glory Cold, and hunger/ to enter the one or the other at bit discretion hundred and thirty-three ,
of all that have been yet produced, relating employer. although his ambition, even then poverty, and a mighty and cxa
took higher |*-ra- ; Provided! such cwci'f ant shall designate j AraoulJun.* pith 1834.
flight The ,
I to the incident and personages of the revolution turning point of foe, were not all the enemies with within six month from the ofthis
his fhi' passage
fortune I I. thus narrated
to hich we owe our existence as an : he had contend ; faction was ad-i net, the quarter section of which he (PUBLIC. No. Id]
independent nation. From and "in August, seventeen hundred and to the number and the hatred'
its copious seventv envy chums the p pre-emption under the tame AN ACT for the re-appropriation of f
generally correct of the -two, soon after he had returned from rush, the blunder of any
account revolutionary ignorance, the *,<, 3, .\nlfitfi'rt\rr enacted, That. unexpended balance of a former -
war, MarihaJI's Life of W ashinglon a commercial exj>tdlllun to bt huautia:: texations of pr.lIml"ion, and the artifices all person residing< on the public land for the el the Georgia appropriation I
must undoubtedly take precedence of the i.cew and 1..IIIlIdsH're desolated by one of iniiigtiera whore thought were less and Ciiltivating the same prior to the year inUitia claim for payment the one thousand 1
i' this new work, in value, as a portion of of those terrific hurricanes which so of'en upon their coon rye v,I'lfrf' than their own, llMU, and who were deprived of the advantages even hundred and year ninety-two one
our history but the novelty and number of visits the tropics lie fore the terrors of the All these beset his path } and our admiration of the law' passed. on the 20th of May, thousand seven hundred and ninetythreeand ,

the personal details; curious or importantfacts scene had worn off and while effects were of his almost perfect diameter gaum l&JO, by the construction placed upon one thousand seven NuaJred ad
and hitherto unpublished documents still' visible a description of it appeared, increase from the narrame, which shows such Law by the Secretary! of the Treasury ninety-four

I made public by Mr. Hamilton, together which though published in the neighbouring I how they were met and understood and he, and they are hereby authorised to ru He it enacted by the Senate and Hautenfliyrmiitattretoflh
with the light thrown by hu investigationsupon island of su Christopher's, attracted universal and foiled. We candidly acknowledge, terat the mmimiii, price of tar Got-eminent U.iltlI8ltJI" of

many of the heretofore, obscure de- attention at 8t Croix ; and suchwas that until we had read the wetrk of Mr I Hamilton one quarter section of the public lands ,\mertfii i.t Omgreti assembled, That the I taunt
velopement of that momentous epoch, the impression it produced, that the much of what he has described was within Mid Land District. of thirty...ven thousand six hundred
through which the active and useful life of governor and some of the principal personsin unknown to 111 and that In our- understanding JNO DELL, and sixty-nine dollar and forty-Mvra rest,
i his father extended, invest his biography in island made an especial eflort to di!*' of the remainder, there were ob Spent oftht Ilmutr of Krprimtnttttt being the unexpended balance of a former
wnh an nterest to the historian and Mates ewer its author, and traced it to Hamilton cure and ill-defined passages forwhickwr M. VAN for the payment.claims of
BUKEN appropriation
man, as well as to the mere reader for information This simple incident decided Ins f ate, liirwishes I have long sought tlucidutnn, but until Prtndentofthe Vnitrd Stain, ant the militia of Georgia for..."k'et performed -

1 or amusement, in which it is were consulted, and it was determined now withi'ut SucreIn hu. delineations President If the Srntttf.ArPBOvkD in the year one thousand seven hnn-
not exceeded by the voluminous production to send him to New*!"ork to complete oft the characters of several among the : 10th June, 1834.ANDREW dred and ninety-two, OM thousand seven
of the chief justice, or equalled by any hill education" prominent individuals of the !resolution, and hundred and ninety-three, and one thousand
other of the class ta which it especially be- Soon after his arrival, he his account of certain of their actions and JACKSON seven hua red and ninety-tour' which

,It longs; to wit, that including ivea of the brated gi am mar-school, at Elizabethtown, motnes, proved us it is by contemporary aid unexpended balance hu been carriedto
,1 t Men of the Revolution." It has long been (the principal of which, Francis Barber, I documents, we ha\e obtained the solution [Pimuc No. 12.] the account of the surplus fund. be and

-a,, source of deep regret and anxiety to all took up arms in the resolution, and became of many pre existing doubts, and the clueto AN ACT further to extend the term of the came is hereby, re-Appropriated, for
{t Americans, who take an interest in the progress a colonel,) and in the court of a some apparent anomalies ; and we feel certain pensions chargeable ota the Privatet the payment or the MM militia slahns of
I t of their country in literature, as well year entered King' ( Columbia) college, I assured that his work,. while it dlIt'II/'listi"C I 'r Pension Fund the State of Georgia.
I as in commercial and political aggrandi/c of which he very soon became one of the to his father' memory and fame / Be it tlklAl/II' by th* SeiMtr and Hntttnf ArmovKD, Jn 19th, 1834.
', anent, that year after year as it passed most distinguished allumni, both for indus an honour to his ownBreafh Jleprfirntatifes of the Lnttfl Stain of

away. was bearing to oblivion some additional try and talent. At this: time, the discontents .\mricn in Cnn{rtM'tUlnabThat the fPn.uc.
portion of the knowldge which is requisite which afterward* led to the seteraf Prml/i/ft'-Mr. Dimel Dugan, peniiiui of nil widow who now are or have AN ACT making addition appropriation
for the writing ot that country's of the colonies from the mother country', a one-eyed, .Kldt'n-lrUI centlt'inan, by bet heretofore in the receipt thereof, tinder for the armory at Harper' Ferry
history. Of the thousands who, in speak were already in existence, and rapidly approaching profession a fiddler in w hicn capacity he the provision of the act entitled "An for the year eighteen hundred and thirty -

ing of those times and deeds from which their natural termination 'I he ha been several time fortunate in charming act giving pension to the orphans and .. .four.Be _
has sprung our national existence could !!situaticnof colonies generally and r>i' heart all well at ears, wu on Saturday widow of person ilain in the ..nubile or it enacted by tAt Senate cmf Ilene
proudly say, quorum par \p't fat" butl : New- ork in particular, is briefly aid': arraigned ut the Police Office upon complaint private armed vessels the United States of Rrjyreientatiret of SAc Untied Stattt of

remnant 'sleft, and their) number is rapidly -,I forcibly' sketched by Mr. Hamilton, in his of a widow\ lady who lives art Hamilton passed the fourth day of March, one thousand Amenta tn boar,. assembled, That for
"' diminishing From time to time that second chapter ; but we can only extract street The ground of the (complain)I eight hundred and fourteen; and the the purpose of completing canal from
brief and hackneyed, but expressive an- from this part of the volume the conrluding was set forth by,the fair accuser herself, i in I act entitled "An act in addition to an act the public dam across the Potomac river to "
nouncement, which tells the departure of f incident A general meeting of the an eloquent oration of something more than I giving pension to the orphan and M (idows the work at the armory at Harper1* Fer-
another revolutionary hero, comes before citi/enswaa called to determine upon the ten minutes, in which she rehearsed her of person lam in the public or private ry, the lum of three thousand three bundled -
MS; today one sinks into the grate to'Wblch course( to be followed by the province; andit own grievances and also preferred an accusation armed vessels of the United .State," passed and seventy-eight dollars and twenty-

he has long been tottering, almostwore was on this occasion that Hamilton, then gainst the prisoner of having frequently the sixteenth day of April, one thousand seven cent be, and the Mine is hereby ...

our eyes j to-morrow we receive the seventeen years old, first took part in public promised to make her Mrs Dugan, eight hundred and eighteen, or either of printed, to bn paid out of any money in
tidings from the frontiers of the west, tho deliberations kiiich promise he had never yet once performed aid acts, so far u regard person IcC' iv- the Trcaiury not otherwise appropriated.

distant valleys of the east, or the savannas "It has been related to have been hu I Mr. Dugan followed in reply, but ing peiMons! from the fiiul arising fromcaptuream Arrauttq; June Itnh, 1831.
*f the south ; they pass away from off the habit to walk several hours each day' under was prevented from making out his case by )..ivnge made by the private
race of the land, and with them perishes the shadej some large trees which stood the incessant interruptions of the complainant. 'I armed vessel of the United tftates, be, and [PUBLM. NO. 18.]

gradually, but still surely, the tale or _1'.. I IB( Batteau-street, now D y->tlwt. talking It appeared from hi. statement; the same are hereby continued, under the AN ACT fur the continuation and repair
they did, and saw, and suffered But few under tone of voice, appa- however, that the widow had more than restrictions and regulation! In the Mid acts of the Cumberland Road.
HUT. wVftn any the least efficacious meas- rently which engageM1 continuesfhbhoughs. a practice once repulsed hit tender dmrc*, *ndW'S contained, for A during the additional term Be it tna,.l l by (A* titnatt awl Ihutt
nreslo transmit their storage Knowledge; he "" 'rr efiytitc lark of denied them "This circumstance attracted the attention : Prof'lfllfl aeweeer. "j'b." the
ome from means, by I and from disappointed love bad"vdually
"tUltfIJbl I TU& *.
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of his neighbours to whom he wu shall be pair from the aann rtte's 111i +
their defective education ; others from hating become addicted to the Intemperate use of said pension proceed p
no personal inducement ; others again known as the "young West Indian," and I mint juleps lie now found his propensity *of thn Privateer Pension ,Fund, und the purpose of Vonn JUiSrS* ? ,.!I!, r

11 from want of confidence in their owit abil- led them to engage in conversation with for ardent spirits *o unconquerable, that he without recourse to the United States, for {goad in the titate of Ohio ; also, that the e
:.y, or in the interest of the story to their him. One of them remarking the vigourand knew he never could make a decent married any deficiency which may bfJrl'lRetvillt'' sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollar -
survivingcountrymen of a laterage, and too maturity of his thoughts, urged him man Mr Dugan wu committed to thereon, If any inch there be: A"" shall ', be, and the same i iI hereby, appropriated -

many, it is to be feared, from the oppresSion to address this meeting, to which all the turn the matter over in hit mind, and endeavor t!.l further, That no such pension bepaid for continuing the Cumberland road
poverty, their struggle with which patriot were looking with the greatest in to arrive at a different determination to any widow after intermarriage, had in the State Indiana; and that the sum of

left them no leisure to loon bark upon the terest. .'1. 1" Ttnet or to be had.ApPftoVlD. one hundred thousand dollars be appropriated
although the future lay, before them From this seeming intrusion he at first : June 19th, 1931, for continuing said road in the State

bleak: and desolate t be the cause what it recoiled but, after listening attentively to In the several factories at Lowell Massachusetts of Illinois i which sums shall be paid out.
"die the successive! speakers, and finding several [PITBUC No. 13,] of money not otherwise appropriated
may: the fact is but too real; they a capital of dive and a half million! any
and make no sign." Of the prominentmen point untouched, he presented himselfto of dollar*"i* invented Nearly flOlU, persons AN ACT to grant to the State of Ohio certain and replaced out of the funds reserved for
;the leaders the strife, almost everyone the assembled multitude are employed in them, 4,600 of whom land for the support of nchooU In laying out and making roads under the direction -

\ is gone; but not one has left behind The novelty of the attempt, his youthful ar' females ,Two of the companies, with the Connecticut Western Revenre of Congress" by the several acts
him any extended record of what he had countenance, his slender and diminutive mills, consume 240 bales of cotton nil it chanted by the Senate oral Haute for the Mmiion .of the Stales ot
to tell ; nothing hu remained save here form, awakened curiosity and attracted at nine week, manufacture 2ltf,000 yard of R'prtt'ntatitei of t>n United Stokes of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, IntoihoPBlea.os. !
i Overawed by the scene before every in barrels assembler, That the with the original
and there, a collection of miscellaneous papers tention. of cotton cloth per week. Th Memmack ,\mtnca an equal footing
many of which were indeed most val him, he at first hesitated and faltered ; but Company consume 5,000 tore of coal and President of the United States be, and he 8.ttll" ,

uable ; but, of these, very few have yet as he proceeded Almost" unconsciously to 1,400 cord of wood per annum. The total i ii hereby, autharjzod and required to reserve Hto. 9 AH i further enacted, Thai
been secured by publication\ against all risk utter his accustomed reflections, his mind annual consumption of cotton by all the ,from Ml. oat of any public land an officer of the enrps of engineers to he

of loss or destruction; and it iI to be feared, warmed with the theme, his energies were null i*:32,604 bales, and the amount of cotton IruA) hate been heretofore offered at publics elected by the Department of War, shall
that great numbers will never Me the light; recovered ; and, after a discussion clear, cloth made in the year i*36,244,000 yds. sale. and that remain unsold in the State be charged with the lburMmests of the
lime and accident hare.wrought and are cogent, and novel, of the great principles The annual consumption of anthracite coal of Ohio, a quantity of land, which,* together money appropriated for the eoostraeUoa
still working terribly against their chancesof involved in the controversy, be depicted in U 7,100 ton; charcoal, 9,000 bushels of with the land heretofore! granted for the of the Cunberlwl road through the feetec
of farts glowing colour the long continued and oil support of school In the Connecticut Wet- Indiana and Illinois, ond that said oCVcer
long existence. Under this state wood, 33,000 cord; of 28,000 gallon ,
it M! apparent that every attempt for the long ,endured oppressions of the mother The weekly salaries of the rsti- tern Reserve, In Mid State, hall be equalto shall have, under the direction of UM

rescue of these fading materials for history, country; be insisted on the duty of resistance ve amount to $14,&H 75-the week salaries one thirty-sixth part of Mid Western engineer department, a general control over -
whether existing written documents, or pointed to the mean and certaintyof of the male operative to $13,800; total Reserve ; which said quantity of land maybe the operations of the said road, sad over -
and described the waves of rebellion reserved\ sections, or half sections, or all employed thsreoo i Pro i-
in the frail memories of a generation, now success, per week, 828,727 74; total pet annum, persons
almost: extinct,"ought to encouraged and sparkling with Ore, and washing 81,41J3RIH 001 I These fact are derived quarter section; and, when *o reserved, iled,'That no per ventage shell be Upwedto .
rewarded br the general sympathy and approbation back on the shores of England the wrecks of from a itatement recently published in the the IInle shall vest In aid Stat .f Ohio, such officer for Uburin moneys I appropriated -

of the country ; and when, as in her power, her wealth, and her glory The Bunker Hill Aurora.-Baltimore Palr /Jl. **T the support of aebool.ln lAid Western, for the eoosUvctloa oft said
.. and few others that breathless ceased u he closed; and Reserve and be holdeit by the same tenure
the a
have present occurred case within, the last few yean, the whispered murmer. it is a collegian I Iit From the Phtta, Saturday Cmtntr,JwitZl. and upon the Mine term and condition eo8ec. 3. Andbe.fvrt\trctI' That

the attempt is judicious, energetic and sucee U a collegian was lost in loud espre.sion. .- Married lut week, CHABLM HIAD CH, *, In all reipen**, a* the said State now Cumber and eonpfsUoe. of lepirs of the
!9fut ;the meed of approbation bestowed, or wonder and applause at the extraordinary Esq to MAlY, daughter ot Maurice Workman hold, or may noM, the. land. heretofore road eutof the' Ubhiriver saidroad
ran scarcely be too generous. But in the eloquence of the young stranger." Fq panted for the support of uhooU in said end other needratfmproAeau oo

, interest of the subject, we are forgetting 10 the third chapter, we find an analy-. Nay, smirk not, simper not, ye fair, Western RwerveAPPBOVBD' nam theO InflpneTae AsseaabJy prorksootvof of Porto
HIS of a contest of political pamphlet, carried For "mocking' c.tcbinjl-en beware, June 19th, 1834rPrur."N of
:extension on with great vigour, in which, boyu In time take .arnill,. fyl'snla, entitled MAn srt for UM preser..
I he wu, Hamilton wu found to be the Not the first RWhnaiT *he-*weftyl[>hl I ,. 14., ration. and repair of CuBjbsrUud read,
of Mr. Hamilton; by the pet-usual of which principal whig champion, and became, to Who went, well leas'd, to bed poor elf lM ACT to extend the lime allown tot the passed the fourth day of April one thoas-
use the words of Marinus Willet, the ora I Iell' And with a H"larh found herself -diM'tlarCe If the (mrrtl..ion for cocry- ind eight hundred and thirty-one; tad ot
been suggested
they : only "of the patriots. But it was soon found In bed next into effect the Convention with France an act of the OemtaWy of the-
The volume of the new entire publilhedcontainl work but no Information i that a more perilous contest must ensue morning n* it enticted fry tit, Serrate and louse State of Maryland,entitled "Aa set tot the

A portion its, extent.It Hamilton joined a volunteer onrp, called of RfpretmtativeteJifu U*_ StateiofAmtnca preservatkm and repair: of thatMrt of the
to probable
given as the world sooner thanit the II I'an.of Onk.1 and devoted himself in Grmgntt assr tbled. That, Mrauth Parted SteIe.'""' wttbIa the aU8 of the
ha. been given intended to and without a with his accustomed energy, to the acquisition of.n act entitled _" As art to carry State of Maryland," passed the twenty*
wu originally and From the Convention between the United of 1 ooe thousand eifU
the author, inconsequence of military skill knowledge. into effect third day January
contemplated by
revision of the "that a harried this progress in zeal efficiency States and his Majesty thf King of hundred and thirty-two| also, *a acted 1M
: In by another and Importance, become so rapid, that the the French,eonclvjded at Paris on the fourth OMwral Assembly of Virginia,initial "..
narrative wu progress"
': without Inquiring whe&herhI.. history of hi. life is of necessity, to a certain day or July, eighteen hundred and thlr..,- art concerning the Cumberland road,* i
hand; the of that extent, the history of the war ; and on*," approved July thirteenth, elgkuwn passed February seventhpas thotsend
subjects projector
j circumstance.' narrative" to imputation of this, written with a simple and judicious BY AUTHORITY. hundred and thirty-two, u limit U* do- eight hundred sod thirty-two UM SUB er
hurried conduct wy brevity, yet presenting every important of the Vmimiion: created by the three hundred thousand dollars", sad"+
unfair we are temp-
ungenerous or for his intention, since fact with remaVable clearness, and containing LAW OF tae CKITID craves ,..ID AT Tae aid act to to yeart be. Mtd UM Saturn ill ..... Is hereby sppropriated, to bepsJd. oat

ted it hu to the feel effect grateful of calling forth, at taut a I many which we have no doubt will rim UoM or Till Twrm-r M> conCBEM. hereby, repeated, and,thai a period of N toy money In the Treasury not otherwise i

of a work, which had ,been so long be quite a greater readers I three year*, commencing on th.II'IIMoo-l! appropriated. to h* expended Wart udtTlhedJrtrtlonotheSaereMiJof >
portion and de 1red. The period of timeCO.Pred If not to all, constitute the remain day of August, OM t
expected is from the birth der of the vslurne. The part taken by 1 IPctucTNo. 10] tired a4 thirty-two, be the money,to be draw oat of the Treenry
i, by this in portion 1797 to, 1782 ; a* the mat. Hamilton throughout I II described distinctly AN ACT to revive the Act entitled "Aa dlscharf* of tho clad prescribed by UM In such......, sad slsoeh Umes ssatay be
Hamilton, such and fully ; and the narration shows how ad to gnat pre-emption rights to settlers aJd act.Arrovto. requlr h the performance of the work. ,
IeJlIt to contalas wonder, are, In white tome In respects all, they, are i great and manifold were hU services i how on the public'......tr approved May atrenrime June U>lh, 1KM i 8.ee.4. A.J" UjiirtAte tnacUd, That
u excite
command and reward the close: promptly he understood and how ably seconded i)- one thousand elhtbooclied' sad ueoon. the saw by ibis set 'ppcBprialed.
certain to : PoBUr."Ko. ISo] thereat M J*.iMesssery, shall.
\V. nothing us views, designs and enterprise thirty. [ or so much
attention of the readst propose rather skeleton of hi* friend and commander, Washington i Bt it mortal by tAe Senate and ttatttt AN ACT supplementary to the act,entj- be expended in the repair of said road, agr -
than outline or
1 of more the an how wu the confidence reposed by oj Rrprtttai\vu oftkt Vmtfd State ofAmenta tins"An Kt to carry into .* <. t" eon .r*blyUitbprs vWoosof this act, theMAM ,
C'OIllentl.lIamUtnn .
native of the that leader's Deyer- ailln,judgment In the in Cungmt wembltd, That Tewi nb -eeo the United 1katN. tad shall be sarrseAsred th0UMrepeetirsly
it appear, wu a teal and the vettler of t>. public of the Two Menie, ,throve which said toad paa.aat
Maud Nevis, in the West Indict, but of abil:tie*, the Integrity the discretion every Mtvpant hi. Majesty UM King
Scottish descent o. the father's side and of hi* mot trusted aid-de-camp, although land, prior to Uf page of thi* let,'who roivrladed at naples> oa the fourteenth sod th* Uaited States,shall not;therestobe -
the mother's French. Very earl,? in but nineteen year of age; and how U now in pOMeyion, and cultivated anr dar of October, one thousand eight hua- sulijeet.. any expsas for rsoaldM Mba
on indications of the bJntl'by well' that confidence was justified by the re- part thereof in t\. _. t elthtcep l hundy4thirtythree AJ drH and tb IrtJ-'wo." road.Arisgtt J" ,' .i
f life he give strong Iqll lbe eai J qi4] l to all|the b. w. tAe md (lows Mlle 4th ISM.
which I his subsequent (set' wu gained,: To peril' achievement differing, Bit U cet.et y Set ,

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of tie British ; H Luiret entering
spired with the of St. press the cover a Ji 'rnil if steiw
treachery Ann. mine tobesuch, that the existence of the Rile.
dudes of their
Wa eannol woenclle KM conduct of6t hang Government which hem powerfully con!|departmenupf Travels, Voyages, Memoirs,I which are I'h'f'nt! Uy "' of on the respective! offices
Bond in the of two hundred dnj.
h'e nun
la uniting himself with the priesthood tributed in raising depended greatly to Biography, !Sovtl, Tales, Ac. Ac. works i-*mn\$ from the BritNh and AmeriI r ,
up form to each, conditioned for the faithful
of the periodic an dig.
and the aristof ro.y of the country, with the I lart day of his life, on his will. (ello- The adtptiti can p-e.s; J.lenltY"lIrl! Ile';Orlgi ; of the duties of their offices :
rfb Hire tint lopt- Publications ehar e and the
the public .rtmr patriotism and the
interest of that t
{rue. ral
Lafayette never sought to IIIIe IAl"in41
1 1i Im''nrannn. shall be
Bonds made
Mcnber. the nut k, theLibrary. laid payable to
odd I 1.1, by the ra in present informitronf making the
cowtry j are cbhitralned to believe he the (Uovernment which ,
present power : II
sniio.i.iccintiit: ,, with a I'poutd'inl'OO" both in (City of Pensacola, and the said officers"
ha now violated all hit previout pledges he well know to be tt his command. he i met, on its without comparison,
4 given and held forth : had and a ciy general eiprr*ion of and quality cheaper and superior I.ehailbeseterally I sworn faithfully to discharge -
I promise W promote certainly looked for the guarantee ofa quantity ,
I "r duties
.ili.tr Iii *.itd es the assigned them.
the I pro L1"II. pec hii.irvork! In the country. '<
date of freedom. different 6f than that to my !
LATE FROM MEXICO. which is now system pursued government lie had, in fuel : (*l.in were d VMJ: ,'CC tl.l1eJ A id! us |I.r.111"1.I ''I. tn'ijhT' conlrm this statement by hurt'hof -1 I SEC. 0. De it farther Ordained. That ithall

By the I lie iIiIY" .. r I
tchooaer Erpte, from Tampico persuaded himnelf that a mon archy, su.* N i I
.. ( ".1 '. HI I Inspector Lumber to appoini
at or
Ctpt. Nirtigye! wr received aopapersbut rounded by republicaninatitutiuus, vvaiciiof : !i ,1 tit :'ii.jj: ;> ''-onq"4t li"c Option I but hepre-'l Guager,

have beta politely furnished with the all forms of government, uppeaueu 1 to i ,I'" .1 |> .jl'in Ii ,a.u.,"i- >'il-:. r in individuals: to judge of theo I ;one or more Deputies, who before entering .
,) iruj :.. iiuut ,M '::0&.1...* a id 14$ :IJ.UK in r' lum.Ciuei. '*, i iUv < upon their duties shall lake an Oath
I !
following extract, which are given without him the best adapted" to the .oittic.il teal :
,11I lallonl-I; eltUdll,1II1( au. single faithfully I to perform the tame and for
comment i per of the French, could only te assured to ,clJlllmrrc > i MJ the Library" on a ,
placing the farmer/ the rou.itimerchant / the lowestrear. I 1 whose! acts the principal shall be
Extracta letter dated, France by being enlru led to a man likeroams Iilio.11'1( sheet the: instrfge( is reduced to responai-
Mexico, ,June 1LObrcpmwyi ; Philippe, who happily combined a or tIe mechanic/ hll\\" t'r ,.ue-. I I i: Me. JOHN JERRISON, \
>*again In a complete tttte decent from (loyal blood, with principle eluded J woUteJ them( revenue "-I -.\< a smut' number H printed over the :; President of the Board of Aldermen.

!,I( l of Revolution, and a worse ,one we never and habits of a very Kepul hell II kind lAud ions 0'111 fw'.i.iij uiih time iiitutnunts ol copiM.ieiually! s.ibscnbed for, those! wish-j| PASSED, June 28th, 1801.I .

9 had) and though we may hire quietnem. whom m ...1ye...:, 01 "I.I ei'v A "9iiJciii.itheinosirctiieaii.ini-: : 1 the lug!, the two volume for 1834 are respectful-1 I 1 M. CRUPPER Secretary ,
i + for a wklle a coqn r..ltion oust &&1.wbch brought in continued en .' i I" ") Ie ,a tvjoi sooner than i'Y I tei'eied" | to send their orders as early APPROVED, June 30th, 1834. ;

place, will destroy trade, conldenee, set ol men. und '|ua.r: c ,.t t! |II| i ; .mi' ill'; gU our CO aid I.I is po4siblet I and as this mode of publicVl J C. EVANS, Mayor ut I -(

aa4 even personal security for tome VIne tier, to fillsliul> hepi :u, '11'. 4i.r. ; .u I -oit.e.iu.ee-aiu I lion ran he sunporieil only by 11 numerous j(
to tOIM.: My candid opinion it that In I ,0'' !f.),- eilm: '11 oa i t.i j-t IxMKiuioo.M.iiii'u1n in-l t p'ti'etiHl+ 1 Jut. of! nlwrenbersthe friends rCJBE.YL t; rXWRIGHT Attorney and .
tabeoantry have < c se too) ii.ci a'oh.1 lut ie to ie .c- lilfulIrtl! of sound litera- Counsellor at Law, will hereafter practice
t t we no virtue and .4m CCRI roB CiI')LESA.-she f<..'. i,1/1 ,1'1'| II) nn 'f'rnllt'YCIII !
li'jue .' ..... 11 rr nu.e.snnisle i ii in the of cambia only
Patri for I iniy me ; t' County except
eaongh Republican Institutions. extracted from the Canton \ro ert"ej up'nfotheir.pitronage.
Itegl. ter : u. Ir i iUndaunted I 11'1"
.. We will tee what wW be the result frigate which sailed (rum thi. j I the "au' U 10... | *,' A limiteif: nMihbcr, of th e first two I I I when, specially employed, to attend the S..

of the present disturbances. We got a convoy r five weeks ago, te bring Lord YVilium P.tOSrEC.lJ; Of' I' .qJ VJLt'MliJ.rhe volumes, ran still be hut by those! ,,'hode-I'' Court of Walton County or the
,'id of the Library commenced Court of .
I I elf for Vera Cruz, though we fetrnuwhrbrrusafetv. Uentwick here returned yesterday, owli I'1 teeo year sire the chl'upe4IN'It't'tlon of ntm t Appeals.erior ,
Your hone i In January l.uU. since w hich the red. Those commencingtheir June 7, 1834. No. 13'
I most truly. ; to the cholera broken out on boa.ii hooks ever otf I
Tuirico, Jane 91, 1834. and nine cases proving fatal; Lid of the .ub'criptioD list has receheu a very Hdiie.i subscriptions with them will be supplied ,1

The new* from Mexico are-satisfactory j crew having been attacked I nd: as 10/111&1I if aJjuui. with a copy of Peter Simple in book i l: atUeUwuerarRE
Santa Anna .it triumphant. The priests the ship was before the wind, the disease The proirietAr, deeming a statement form! gratis.Gentlemen. & hereby notified that the neeeMry tr. QJtf
ly"1 ; aad aristocracy will provide ,him with all increased vpon them ; until the Sur facts to be the ui
d! .the money he may be in want of. Pruible recommended the Captain: to change Ibe advantages den-auie from I who may feel inclined to ecru agents torequested C ATTL ai Honda. Tree pieul' fsriits is i

was attacked by the government troops I his course and had the wind. This he did. this mode *f publishing, s.iuiutts the'.fui- the Libraryr: are respectfully! JS e uu pe r ti d
the lowing list l of books! published in the Li SAMUEL C. KETSER.
was uaknown -thedefence
when with
bung strange to in hnprmement wus to communicate
first for r'lve Dollars ADAMpWAL. I M.y 5 If N. 9avaua
very obstinate. A conducts with btJU,(IW perceptible almost I immediafely and the brary" during the year, .
dollars i5-on its way to Vera Crur, and a frigate is now quite free tom complaint. and tt those who joi.ied in clubs, for Philarllphia1l1Trlt IKA.T I \\ 'S :
Four Dollars! .
much larger sad general one was to leave only gaf8

on the end of the month. We are perfectly Ninety Yean.-Ninety yean hence and Lafayette and Louis Philippe by D. Sir tt Ills \'\\\,\\C. JUsT: received oy the) '',..e (here. a few
ran. I Ira HAVANA SECAR3in
at qialilr
It+ All the sates are .tuning In favor of not a single of man will be or alive.woman now twenty! The Centh Recruit, a tale, by the author IIF. Subscriber having taught a School! balfsnd qaainrvoiesAIDEN)
yean age Ninety
p' Santa yearn of the Subaltern. in the Town of Pensacols for the! last I | : A. M. JACKSON.
even this place will not desert slits how of the actors at
pre 11
him. In a short time all will be the Saiatoga. by the su.me. twelve months and having beerj liberally Mtreft 13
-quiet. sent on stare of life will make their ex
ui South Holland by : announces to the public that I
A Family: Tour patronised
it long ere ninety t yean: what are they 1 A Col. he Intend! to continue the same, for the re1rcmionofboih I Bank nt \YI1ftCIk.DIVIDEND .
OF OEN. tA F.4 l'ETTE.CHASnLI tali
that told |18.dream| in empty sound '
II or Dtronca; May 18.u that piMelh! on ihf t! wings of the wind Lives and Exploits Bandit'i :and Rob I !DIALS FEMALE STCIHSl'S of 4 per cent for the
. u M. Dorm, President, 'In the Chair. and is forgotten. Yean shorten man advances '.'ers by C. :\IKrf..rl.llle.111e : an 1 for' that purpose hat taken a j'I' A first tilx month on the Capital Stock '

''I i The PBCSIDRT, in the course of the day, in age, like the degrees longitude Italian E i.e j; in England, by Count Female: A"s:'tant. and will preserve and! ,orahe niWnPPFA'RArnv paid in, U

h': took advantage of a pause in th.e public bu mail's life shorten at he travels towards Pecchio improve the morn!- of those committed to I, declared, payable the ht July 1834t at the
Duchc&i of Si. Lellllor.len. -i his charge: as far as possible. He will' '
.Mi.noi.of the
tlaett to address himself that lathe Cham the frozen pole, until it dwindles to a point 'Banking-House i to the Stockholder or
ber-" According to a with expressed by and vanishes forever. It it possible that life ( .... I i'te.ich nil the branches belonging to an En- their order. By order of the President and ;
I '
I I several Deputies I feel no doubt but that .U oho short duration 7-Will ninety erase Journal of a Nobleman the Congress gush Educiitio'rt.: at the rime low price as I Director JAMES: CATLIN, Cashier.

,' 'j, the Chamber will authorise me to tend, in all the golden names over the doors ill town of Vienna. formerly. %l 25 per month, for those who 1 I 'July I, 1834. No. 17 "j
>'t Its name to make Letter1 from the Earl Ciutham to his are able to pay and for those who by misfortune
inquiries relativa to,he and ceuntry, and substitute others in their
or otherwise! are not, tuition gratis
J health of our illustrkwa colleague,' General stead / ill all the blooming beauties fade Nephew.E AVanleiA, \
titorial Notices ,Anecdotes. Young HenlemendeflirouI, of studyine
, I "'- Lafayette [numerous cries oCt yea, yet!'J I and disappear, all the pride and passion, the Poetry, K.flffBARRELS SHELLS .at Fort
f have added the W tACOUlIta. or the Prophecy, a tale of the :iiheimtic, Surveying, &c. woulddo I ,
already, Preairfent, tent In love hope and in DUUU
joy a u
pans ay ainetdyyears : by the author ": ell to apply to Pickens, St. Rosa Island for
. my name and be forgotten 1 "Ninety >an. 'Det gtand.Michilimuekiuae P. L. PRITCHETT.July which 23 cents per barrel will be paid on
a short lapse of time, the Pnstsza'e.tgaln death "do think shall wait nine-
says you delivery\ at the
1// Mrs. Lushington's Journey from India to 12 No. 18NOTIi'K.
addressed the Assembly, and ty years? Behold today and to-morrow I Island.WM.. H.. CHASE,
h reed the answer to the inquiries made in and It 'mine. When Eiigland.Ranibles
one : ninety years are
of .
Captain Engineers.Pensacola.
Dr. (;00' )
the of the Chamber of a Naturalist; by i imM. .
name relative
to the pail thft"generation will have with
health of General Lafayette. It was as the dust,' and be remembered mingled. IS.'irtue tit a mittimim issued by C. E- I July I.L 1831._ No. 17 i

follow:- "V 'Life of Dr. John: Le'den.by. Sir Walter: .!& Maor of the City of Pen NO I ICE.

"Mr. PresMent-tAU my family feels I It h as hard for the good to suspect evil Scott. tucola have committed to prison, "a NeffoFcl'ovv ; be
I grateful for the interest the Chamhas r M It is for the bad to suspect good. : Waltham a novel being \-01.3 of l he Library I siipO| ed to be a slave, tavshi" SEALED the PROPOSALS will receiv-
of Rom,',cc. undersigned until the tat
to kindly taken In my father' health 1 I nnme I GREEN is about 24'vpirsofajfc '
have the eatufactbo Io" nrorm.the Cham1 Memoir of Dr. Bur tel, b/f :U t J ims D'- :5 fret 1) inches high has! on 'lr-wt I day bf August ,next, for furnishing this

that there I.'t/ tttgfct improvement in FOBTHS PCDSACUT9 GAulTx: Arblay. tjthor of Evelina, (.ex-ilu. .c. lrh( 'ek ihirt! Uus,
a ,1tetmtle.'Hivs'Ute kindtetVMr. v .. !,r-i', ." !J.I .The. k. Velvet Baf. .ansTdademot.ti. 1 I-1 H rrt romnA fcbnut Jacket J.... p.ntaJo"1 and. hu dred cords it required to bedehv-

\' r to ''present the_bomagp of out. Sweet is the f(me.In thli world's pllf rimage'>, l.. ."' rLnl.ead:1e. a ti l ay,3Ib L.ra.l.i M1\lm4..yarwh.P Fem ..' I cwtwletlon thinai -0_ ,." __, r |reed. by-the-.,.,1st- .January........ ,,.183J.:.:::....>a. ..

: re.p ctl\a1lnt" *"7 rvriiiv7 I
; 1..1 '.OEURGB LAvly'frrk" age, Madame" Dird't Narrative of the I hwn'jht. f'om New Orleans In the schooner I, Marine Depot, Tartar Point,Florida, July -
I -' MTTtNO Or MAY 90. Apd time Its changes doth reveal, wreck of the Medusa. : Ship-I s* Jl .tgtJ Capt. Theodors Lentner who left let, 1834. No. 17
Yet still the heart can never cease! to feel ;i 'hf-f on th. 17th of Jnne last ':
./ At half past twelve o'clock, M. Dem, The cherish'd memory of tbd lovely one I. Life and Adve.ilures of the Ch!!vaier! 'I, is The owner 30 Dollars Rt'Wa'r"-
lor"mt' forward
President took the Chair. Charles prove -
Stuart and of prone
History the -e'jc!
At the shrine of which it I
After M. GAMMON had read the proctu Tho other joys shaH lure must the wand'rer ever kneel i lion in Scotland U 1743, 111; :lly ;jbe I I ly and take him: n." ay DESERTED from the Marine Depot,
wxooJ' of the : GONZALEZ near Pensacola a
I sitting, % And mile Chambers. Floi ida,
I if' '.The PttsiDtNT rote, and in a moved unnumher'd sun Ilow.-beneath another Great: Britain in 1813.by hi-mt D'llau-; City Marshal. lon the lth day uf Apnl,. 1834. Private

voice, said, "I have tha attction of announcing leI. Ex-minister of King h ones X. __July M. No. 18A' KEVBIN GEORGE, of ed 32 I
to the Chamber the The I+ yean, 5 feet 10I-2 inches biCh:1aze': '
decease of LI'e. the flowers by a fountain bright. Story of Captain X-, by the eyes, .
I t' the UooerabJe General LAKATITTB.. lie Sweet in their fragrance, sweeter still to author of Traits of ravel. ORDINA\CE. I dark hair dark complexion, and by profession (

.atahhia morning at five :o'clock. I shall view, A Subaltern's Furlough, descriptive of To provide for the asoldier.From .

', now proceed to draw the names of the Add to the sparkles of its lustrous light, America, by Lieut Coke. Weizher. Guaeer and Appointment of a the name plareb on the 17th day .

I 1 Membera who shall attend hit funeralbut The glowing tinges of their burning hue, Sonnets to Rosalie, by the author of the bur for the City of Pen Inspector! aeola. of Lum- of May, 1834, \ IIN W. WILSON

I 1 have BO doubt that a great number of hit It first 10,.'. influence deep-and who, Village'Poor House. Src. 1. Rt it. JOrdnint'l the of Marines, aged high ears, five feet four \
UeIpet Will consider It a ; That hat Traditionary Stories and hy Mayor and a half.inche, r.
I duty to ac.company roant'd o'er lilt's rude way, : Legendary II and Boar"dtrmmnf'lae grey eyes, brown
t .. hit-remain*...The President then And teen lie charge* paw In sad review, lustrations, by, ndrew Picken. Thaltlle e shall be City fifPen'ofoa. hair, fair complexion, and by occupation
.j ..rew the name of the deputation Ha not sit around kit bosom pity Excerpts.The .- the Mayor nnnuallv. appointed bv previous to enlistment a Shoe maker.w'hoev -

1 I' M. FBARCOM DBLMM* rote and moved The memory *f youthful love, of joys long Inflfntities Genius" Illustrated, by vice and consent of th ny Board and with of the ad- :r will apprehend: either! or both of the

1 that the President be invited to write a. let pass'd away ? R. R. Madden. EM.ti. ; I some suitable! I % he Aldermen" Hbove named Privates aid deliver them at

KT to W4 munnout uenerarp laonuy, ex I Ipwtafve Edracti; from lona20n trr'. Lecture t n \\ViirhAp. uhn..aelur person to known...a. City_ this or any oVher Military. Post in the Uni-
?. 8.Ii. __ l.- Mr-.: t
of'* profound grief felt by ,the Yet'tit a lad'aiax influence-and the power. Poetry. ""X -- -- --- and mirk all--article--" n UV'V .....K" ted StateI..II_ ......!-'.... te..__ h_"___

Chamber for the greet loss his colleagues It maintains o'er manhoods aching breast, Fragments of Voyages and Travels, id rneitir growth of Foreign or Do-j,i each and all reasonable expencet'p.jdu.:
I and the entire of France'had experienced. Sail live forever-and in that hour and Sul series. By Capt. B. Halt x to the" standard I or manufacture, according i. W THOMAS A. LINTON,

The motion. ...., ol'course,'agreed ,.to. When i'')* The Earthquake Caraccas, a TaleNof f United Sta'es. weight of the City, or of the Capt Commanding.

a The Sitting WM then suspended for aa E'eub.it lives ethlcheriah'dasdcaress'd., \'ene' Ie!.. Src. 4. R, it July ft, 1834. 61 No. 17

near,. when the Chamber resumed the disCtttaionof .Ai th. tout wings it'*everlasting flight 'Rise and Fall of Mars:-iello at I'a; flee. v"e City ',.ill''r f shall"rtr Ordained. Thai jrj-The Mobile Mercantile Advertiser

the Badge*of receipt*. StUI closer la fond memory prew'd The Protest and the M Iiterry''I! ire. f...< v i full!! receive the (folbwn in requested to Insert the above six times,
t From Olifo*?. Messenger' And faiA Mem combination: for hit and forward 1
/May 20. tee springing through the iuoftVAanoru.'Arthur iwi tiN:!if : j er- the account to this c-fflee.
tWtth mJeifMd nrret anaoaice late mitt of night, St. John. *" ,
,a aehxory event., which tog* jt ere at a j The form that once wae )leVd, that once My Sister Kate. I i"lIrf'iaJ1l"i Co and marking PEW FOlt SALE in the Episcopal

I. o'cJocI1hJtmOrn1: ,. The sled.fond delight. Hannah More. d.ua,. per bale J21-2 1 cents Apply' t* .

. I, improvement which. was perceptible ia The Way to be Happy. CfcfN per Baa S do. ALDEN A. M. JACKSON. a'

tte ayttptoau of tie. fatal .aaaJad,.vestei.day He,that ha .seen the darken tomb, Editorial Notices, Poetry, &C!. &c. dn.do. lIor"heAdseach 23 do. June 28 No._ 10
.I !y *aIi4 "whkli inspired till friend dote o'er the object pf affection's care; At the former prices of books in this did for Barrels erica 61-4 do. .
..1 vblrtsh a We mlh& yet He that bat felt the ab.dln"IQCJIQ,. country on inferior paper .these would receive w-ighme! ; all other article he shall)) lUct.ftj .
'tftalaabO: 1Wri..uatiltitil about That faithful i.eartt for absent Oil!!' must! cost at least 53( dollar i the above a compensation! in proportion.: to TIERCES Charleston RICE, also
.. whoa Wee thi rates. M ri: 10 bbls. superior Green
a change mother r comonrnon; of prices extended I
tookl e*>4 Mfbreithbg which an- The who hu are i tha: : :j .v,4t lest t ) 'the co-t of Londo i book, it \uuJ.1 1 te: ilic-o S'c. 3. Be it further Ordained,That COFFEE Jual landed and for sale by

i bblsrr"ty-a' approach of dlsaolatlou A I Froui ber fond armi'he- much! !lo\'d 'o>innwt found that wt hue supplied: im amount ol ; ; slmll be appointed at afoteaid, some ALDEN A. M. JACKSON.

.about"rtotb* applied to the not the feeling he mui I cur, : printing which cost in LoiiJo :l IJ6: K the I tii'tabl person! to be known a* the City June 28 No. 16.

chtV-BBl. It*ftintly cxpreatod hit dissent, Whom rate has te a 'from the cherish'd 'om'1l1sum offer itoHur. r.uI"er.'hlMf! duty it htl( be whenever Western District Florida t.;

and .iheer were.hlt' ksi. words. The one,' v .. "VVbentlreadvantajen. of d-cnla-ion rer ired to Oimpe! aDd Measure all caxki of ,
b1 :
4 venerable General And wb vainly tight for the mail "f I>nr)ri Tmported or Exported Sup. rior trams ENo.mhia Cnnntv 1
wat 1Iom"0II. the lit lo."l' !> Orln'4lJered.a"J-lsolhat il1 to or from = "f
1 .fatitnabat',t787,tadoaa/rpmt'y waatd ,' heart hat wan %< thec.1:of tve l isdividnt! each (vts die work for '.the Ci'y of Prusncola. and, the Cnager Anna Manna At Chamhcra, 24 wife: ia34.: J "I
I I Utile more thee three months to com- .tH,'whlela difrerence pays the apnninied shall receive the following Miehelet, of In'Ctiap. J i:
1 t \-, 01etiMaMoMvaiMr-sev The won PONDQrPFxs.cik .Hit ...1H'1II. moat be MIn.II.hostage.t ....goder _It fee in full for hU WTVI/-M In' w"-..... Francisco del trtaio.. omplL, for '

I arose teene. w omit ue Mew world and hands that it is the reatast reductW on; For Ouain Pipes" or 11Dg..: ce.ry Dlvoree- t
rend each FraneiscodelCutillo! '
the Old, ta which the name ofLafayettewit the usual selling pricet of any article 12 1.2 cent' itien at} ,
Intrllfgrnn ever THIS
prominently distinguished, are among attempted much I leg .,.r -,/rKm the do. each Tierce, 10do.. Counsel day time the Complainant by her '.

'tbmoet remarkable in the annals of ma nand Arrived .ufC. our but. ,i subscriber does net, found hie dsims: to public Ani for do. ;each D Tel, 8Mdo. the .lidavit''j ndI It appearln to the Court by

W' | and we may taJely aver(without en Schooner Snenandoan. I patronage alone to the cheapness tIC hil I tRill. Gnatm or Measuring all other hat the of Thomas M. Blouat, Esq.
Moore Tampico : nr vets f Pecodaol!

I. of
1.lquld inhabitant
la nol
abstract substanee.
taring opinion on political 19) Mulct-to .MTJAkabn? periodical.Thework* published have he f
A. A...
: may charge end receive in Ihi'-'Ttrritory. It it therefore ordered
doetriae7 i that history does aot in'aU her Schooner bees of e very highly literary aid proportion to ,
Emblem at thin that
my oboes unless
a '' Nt"O'leu.-farIO; recess he before the
i Noercb possess name. which hat patted tractive character ails ap Pear here on or
'through warchiBf' ordeal of pabllc o- -and to lundriet W. M.Cook for / order'bleola., ins U,S. Army, book edttieni having followed proved those by second of the there SEC. 4. H, I"'tr Ort/amrf That: the tint Monday of N ,ember nflt .nd an.'er ,f

"plnion, area ia the darkest and. moat tern* pala "Library with rapidity, and shan be appointed as aforesaWL lorne i Complainant' Dill Sled herein, the ,
; '. : tpartvrtit, of every one tumble person robe known Mraewillte tlken.ror 'confellld and the -
pettuonatimea, more pure and unsullied LI which even at the advanced IBfSMrA'sds ; :
than tie whose death his country it today I r Bchr.Sa&hr,1beh\ Bloom, Ferret, N. Orleans. In that form has had a most price rapid charged sale- """, etor. / masters and thing therein decreed accord- F"
iigo, Latter, Itiiladelphi! I "W. And ft fg
'called typos deplore.c The tinfffanJ aUI"" ofthaeJitor further ordered, that copy
30,000 feet Lumber by the are al aU of ibis
be the Pensaeoe
'fnaCouartlrNan-Mwta. ClrowA1. most entirely devote t tn published
Dab making; :

; ', 42eaerail4fcy. (|died this morning mvwefbeoattn the public insiiiutiona IKZSZ''S' ?'* fees in l\aU sueeessively. A ropy Attest,
,1& Aa eloct.: TM.Hoeaiof; 1 earthly SzJ1TI311EIS: \ : IrS; Philadelphia, u well from the new CEO. F. BA1TZELLA Clerk.1

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--- relation iA iMm This his of coure teen or twenty ve'K ..hipss* i PEX&1COL.1.SATVRDAY created a cl.llllnllll. The administration frig ales. .n our arrival we fcsd fired twd ('nc'lo compendium | but it Is to alleviate, !Sirs I I am directed by the President to inform t
I I pipers now take the of salutes-one lo the civil awtijprUien of the if possible, for a lime at l lust the sorrows' you confidentially, that at soon as r
a JULY 12, 1834.: it up song praise, place, and the'hIber to the admiral's flag ,II,, of i a Wowed heart hI supply, the wants sdtices shall be received that the British ,
I Ii where was left off by their opponents, but these were, each of fifteen gun only, of the orphans and to sestets the (pillow of i iI Government cotwrntsto open negotiations
i i Our personal friend will not muunder and are chanting {In full chorus. while tberoyal salute is twenty. ne. In!I'the aged and aepriklant, who may mourn i with! this, which are dally expected, ills
t stand our motive, when we announce that IIOMAS preparing fbr the former, seventeen guns1> los w' e cannot replace. | his intention to offer you the place of Minlsritri -
in future FEMMORE COOPER.We had been IIIUAtactftl-that is, the balls tarried I In reqwumg )ui.sir, to le the t liaunclof I Plenipotentiary to ih Court of Slat
our exchange paper will not be. are not a little distressed at this genman's in them at sea withdrawn, by the gunner '', thisdiitilb'itimi, their oily dusireiato afJt : and he requests that should this
; i loaned to go out of the office. We like to having thrown himself! into the arena of the ship but yesterday, (forgettmg ford him who ht won the spplsu (lithe appointment[ be agrerble to you, you would
,::1 be good natured, but the daily inconvenience of politics. lie with unpardonable negligence, the number hrate, an opportunity\ of i iyo) ing another 1 hold yourself in readiness to embark In the
r to w itb we have lately been rob lately came out with yet loaded with shot to complete the salute gratification in blessing the altiicted. course of the summer,
a lengthened address to the people of the of the day, after bating been ordered la I hate the honor to be, ] I congratulate you air, on this mark of
jetted, compels tu to establish this rule, and United States in relation to the Dopwite prepare twenty four guns for the occa ion, w, u h \pet lest respect, i the Presideni'a confidence, and am, with
to adhere to it in all ca"e''. Question. lie sustain the Protect of the he reported the "batieiy in readiness to the lour o'bt. wr ant ,, great\ respect,
officer of thederk.; and three guns with III:;="K\' E. 1IALLARD. Your mot "bt serv't
The following was handed u* this morning President and condemn the course of theSenate. balls!. in them, were unfortunately durnar' Captain in I'. s<. tatyeeimrnandtng<< I'.H..1 i (Signed) ED\\; LIVINGSTON.
t. +/ for publication. It ie mortifying to I, god.The Frigate I'nitcd Mates. I The message! wa I"fl\d.
witness the deposition of people at adittance In thus thnioing himelfmto the a'rfndy' moment the eighteenth gun wa* far.cd. 'Admiml., the Uaron Frfemct, Pre The Senate proceeded to consider the
I to miarepreMnt the health of this City. A tried rank of party writer Mr I the Lieutenant in command, said to the feet Ilf tll iii; at .1 oullln, &c. *c. 1 nomination of Andrew Stevenson, contained -
gunner I Theres" shut is th..t gun : iNiirtr the receipt of thus communication i, in the message of the Xid of May, and
letter was ahewn us yesterday by a gentle COOf'r.tI: must either have been
actuated bythe but hf' replied( nu sir these w as Out; tsi the inutiM uuute'male.)' afterward*, the I'rea' debate
s; man residing in this place, from his brother loftiest motnes which ran prompt the I,I I Mst he did not dmtinguish the ilh'lthl"in I iit-i aitcw.td b,)" furl start, has paid a friendM 1- tn motion of Mr. FOR8YTH, the Sen-

who had started to come here with hill family patriot, or by the meanest incentive that I Int'r the C'onruiolbllt! on the third dio|>. t\ \ ami pH.ukf ol au.yirne a lifer ate iljcurned.
for their health j but who, it seems gave rile to human conduct. His ob- ped the trumpet in the conviction that n iHrttt with llll'" l.ullardj and emy thing 4
ball bad beets sent from it, and the mih.u, i' restored to un mnirnl'lr and kind looting f I J H"nMJu 14.
from the letter, waa arrested on his way, jest must either have bef'n0 cast upon the remained unfiniihed. I', In- unitibiitiuii' BOV\IW, has nut been I The Senate resumed the consideration or
' mtellgence: of the Ttlt1n of the Cholera darkened political horizon the light of hi* The mo-t na' ythe n< 'I'I| m lor the families of the sutFrrm. the nomination of Andrew Sjevenson) and
here It i* useless for ns t/"y more upon luminous mind, and thus, by enabling hiscountrymen Sulfiaui. it unwed lot nu ,.hl ..I- M-tit: tacit ,,111\ b has \befallen UN, i III I On motion of Mr. CLAY,
the subject than has been said by the Boardof to the IlIm'e fpim us ; and white feUi lII..n. p .u .1 i.ui utintf without example in the Oi-drrvt, That the furtbwrvcsn.ideration
I percety true condition p.unite direction struck a loit "I\IiouIIIIJ" ,1'i.iu tat ) iii.elf. E'eutlie Captain: of, thereof be ponipimrd to Monday neit
Health. But we might pledge our vera o f the subject, to sate our institutions from ry to any one, another uunappily pu'm.v "iirtrvnw' it Us occurred on board hwj '
ilty upon the fact that (In plte of the eat. ruin. Or he must have been influenced blow > through this ship of the Line tilling one i I u'\\ H fOtp-and a LicX tenant, horn 1 rime I FHIBAT: Jua 90.
it ing of two public Dinners within a week a grovelling desire to ingratiate himself man on the spot, injuring a second, s.i severely met, hriinii thai tune tint uhlllloeu'n I| The Scrate resumed the consideration of
and the of certainly little that lie died in a short time afterwards I' ) .errs he bus known the same thing to't'! the nomination of Andrew Stevenson, and
drinking a with the dominant
part, In olitics.If .
party |> and, Innicted dre..dfullIulld.. iliarour >nke place on I iwid teasels to wkuli lie ufier debate,
more than was necessary to wash down the we are to consider him a patriot, then other |I MOM HI the tote, ultiiclied-slid U is wel i On motloi el Mr. CLAY, the Senile ad-
F solids) our city i is perfectly healthy. Thereis must we set him down for a very misjudging Every explanation asimmediatrl) ntnutk+ u. that oar Vi e no population of the same number in one. lie has mistaken his forte. to the commander of the rwiflrwa, ai 4 to tit buill wa lied into a pslnce of the I ,
r I' he Admiral and Prefect Toulon) and a ,, \ icvroy of Neil) Ly Iieuth muck at Norman, June 23. '
i town or country which enjoys more! general Let the Cobbler stick to his last is ,
a subscription of five thousand Francs at c11'ulcinio.I The Senate resumed the consideration of
health. maxim, which he would have done well to raised, on board the Uhited biaies and C.n_"| I. the nomination of Andrew Swjenson, and,
Board of H alI". (Sly of ) profit b)'. We are willing to be amused citation, for the individuals and the bnli-I, \VASttt sUTON June 19. On,motion of Mr. CHAMBERS,
Pentaeota, July 12, 1KJ4. \ by his novels. We.re of his talents lies to whom the accident prod so il \\'e understand" Mr. McLNB has resigned QrdirrJ, That it lie on the table..
4 Whereas it Is nndestood by the Board oft proud Irons: still it has filled u* with regret und I his oflire uf Secretary of Mate, the
Alderman sitting as a Board of Health that and his fame in this! line. But he ought to melancholy, and will entirely preclude an) I.i ivMgnittum to lake eilecl as iowa during the I TU1tnn, Jnn* 24.
report are In circulation in the Country to know himself better, than to suppose that further enjoyment in the port. I(j \present nesfioii ol I'ougie as it rosy U The !Senate resumed the consideration of
the effect that the Cholera is raging in this he can discuss questions of constitutionallaw. Captain Ballard was greatly diistresseuby I I t.tllI\t'lueut UrtliQ l'r Wenl to appoint a the nomination of Andrew Stevenson, and,
City. Therefore It la Resolved, that the lie to know the the intelligence, and immediutcl) despatched I II i IsuccessorI I On the question -
President of this Board be directed to take ought people better the hollowing letter, of which\ la: I 1 it is "elllladerlllood that, in regard to Wil) the Senate advise and consent to
micjj measure a* he may deem necessary than to suppose that because they have I allowed me coPy, to the Huron Ere$ some primiiiitiil ineusures which lI'rl'p' ) I the appointment of Andrew ftKvensonr
4 to correct the public opinion in relation tot laughed with him at the Yankee oddities I indt, Admiral ot the Fleet and Maritime ui ch ol tbe 1"1I.llc attention, Mr. McLAMhu It was determined in the ne.the-yu.
this subject if Long Tom Coffin, therefore they are !Prefect i>f '1 oulun.t cnieiluiuid dmereut views from the 22. naytl3.: \
f Revived further in the opinion of the I +ir-It was with the mot profound sorrow iivMuent. but the i'remdcnt, who has On motion of MI. MANQ'. .
Board of Health, that Pensacola Is as healthy to adopt his views in relation to grave and that I learned on wunial frtuMarseilles 1 hrougb life exercised Ins ow n indeprndsaceu The yeas and nay being des red-es.
at it has usually) been at this momentous questions, arising out of the I a few iuomentnAittiibeuie.ini ., jaa .ne.ii, .is 100 gencroi, ana too just, who voted in the affirmative anae. ,
t season present and that no case of ma constitution. When It was the fashion fir holy accident t Inch alter oeti' the 11114: <011< I o gi.e p our, fetceaieU b) Limit... a friend Mixwrf. Benton Black, Brown, Fonytla.Frt'liIIltmy.en. .
';e tignant Cholera exists In this rity. Princes and Kings tn give thanks to Heaven lie cubic the fin sit bites, this ui >tnii 6irhonoi .II .111.1 p iiioi fcii J Uuhful pubic lOirer. drundY, Hendricks. nm,
JOHN JERRISOS, ol the euy. i I, ..i .. ii.o.i" i,.e.acc ot OHIIIOII.; and MIUi > Ring< of Ala. King or ( to. Linn
President of the Board of Aldermen and that they could neither read nor w rite. i it it in iiupoiwimi' taexpniu C bust I t>f\\ 01 i, ,I ., 1,1.. i. ,I I.e k i i,,.i ta.cot ol Slate was ie- Moms, Robinson Shpple", Tallmadge,
Board of Health. was iftt uncommon that he who wore the he lI'rlllOII-lo iruli/e it, uMI, jt':' "nisi 1 r ii. t :-.18 I: illlu fleet the nic *uri'* Tipton. Tyler, %Waggaman, White, 11I.lnl -
cap and bolls of the Court hid more res' mist plate )'ounell, fti: a u*>im'at, ui in; i I'" ..u. Minn lie law no public necessity' tot r Wrifht23.Webster .
A public dinner was given, on Wednesday power and Influence than the monarch .Mluatiwii and I pray } ou, m wi ioiig.. u I I|' a .1'.11011.. Ilftveeniwoniniofelevaifd Those ", In'otr.. In the negative, awMrnri.
last, by the citizens of Pensacola to accept the strong asuurwire I ii>nlidentl.ine. 1. .e iiim.tntu thl'leI" A uoibirg'In such 1 n Bibb, Calhoun Chambers, ,
Com.A. J. DALLAS. We expected an account whom he rved. Mr. Cooper must have of the deep regret which penetrate.the I;, i a nit ol thing! to nt i.upt the Imrmooy Olill Clayton, Ewing Kent, stnlgAk, Leigh,
forgotten than those days are pant. heartoeteryolhcerandscataauof be'' of the festivity from the Committee Yet, to suppose that Mr. Ci-oper's obiec, t" of Arrangements in time for this week' therefore coutim ed Swift
was to enter into the scramble [CCl.. unimpairedeknow Southard, Sprague, ,, TofclitisoB
paper, but have been dwappointed. It will prevailing I J he gxituier, hoe negligence gate riiliat the resident hu ) fielded to Mr. Me -M.S .
In our next. for office, and that this essay! was written gin to the sad duMer, has the reputatiooof I I Lane' wish tu leiiie from his adminjslrain ) It wa*. .
appear to propitiate the dominant party of the being a gaud olhcvr and an amiable m in;|, with regret, und that he has fifely t\ ItetotreJ, That the Senate do net advise
NA J.AL.-The U. 8. sloop of war Tan government, is so altogether at vat lance but has been a shut I time only ill his present |I ifs ed, n Jafux arrived here yesterday from a cruize with the character whirh he has hitherto situation. I hate plareo. him enact Jjii.es |.4-siiii-ir: Uills, and eminentetrtrewi ; 'efMmm n Envoy Extraordinary and
arrest, and .hall bung hun tefote a loursMa.taittbe : but bi.nu.e r it'uuhlpICII lirMer Plenipotentiary to Great Britain.
All well on board. She has touched .t sustained, and seem so absurd in itself: that moment I r..Uid wtbUte Coax teem huh: ill fully led) toc.Ud by Mr I Mr CLAY submitted a motion to remove -
Vera Cruz and at Tampleo. it Is scarcely to be believed. In any view mander tot Ch efofthe rqusdron the lint f LIInl.-IiI"b the Injunclloa oC secrecy from ten
tc4 H,atea In this of Ibis...... \b. la-
fine cubist however, It U dIM,"""'p_ AIn +eetAlnps ee ntrm
Nearly six week ago the laws of the last He has ruled and have conilwuJ evidence ol the h)41et1t"" liw..dee t TsonsoYiIsay22, start. lion of A>.drew 8tevenaon, sad &Q author-
.eslwralW. o.lMiJ, in pamphlet form. might sympathy, m this event, c[lDali O'tdJr; my I b. enpia to be made cif the IIlIIt; *Dd of '
MWned'St. Augustine. How does it ha. rule command, five thousand;. !tuna "'e-bcet.: SENATE.ihe 'f'"I" paper t Masutute410 tba&Dat.
that we have not received them hereOn 1 Llkf a wizard the world of the heart. put by them into my bends, with the ie The follow\ ing message w as received from Ordered, That Injmejloit ofaeereey b*
4 den But the sceptre is departed from him quest that I would place the same mate the i iC'kieut; uLUie lui ed fc:atvs: by Mi removed from the nesssge of the President t.
Thursday last, all the national and The charm is dissolved. He ha from diately at your disposal for the benefit H I Uone!ewes, Lis.HCieiaryVAI.INOIOS: *f the limited State., of the IUk, or Jo.
&er vessels in our harbour, had their !flag twit the families those who hive suttered from I \ :May 20, 1134. n.'snt, and the letter of Mr. Livingston, fs.
him the talisman, that guardedhim again the accideni. I nominate' to the M;,.nllle Andrew Stet enson Andrew Stevenson the toner 01 not u
1 MfcalfBieat during the day, and the entomary -- the malignant power of the daemon of par. Allow me, dear sir, to beg of you ul \ halOl.a tubcKiaoyKxtraoidinai) Ritchie Andrew Stevenson ; 'the letter of

demonstrations( mourning were ty spirit, and the spell by which we were I' fa or to dwchrtrge" this kindness and bciie e and !Minister kniibteuiuiy to Great, \Vm n Lewis and the extracts from
made by the national ahipe and at the Navy me to be, with seniinifiiis of the nosfri.ndLp r ..' .""". Thomas Rltchle'a letters therein Inclosed
bound to him is broken foievet. If
Yard in honor of the .memory of Lisa consideration and perfect respect ANDREW JACK80M. uhlrhMieral papers were Introduced *
I Yours, &P. &c. I IUE. I 1 he nie-wagp Will i< ie d. Ordereat that II one of the HenMort! from Vlrgtnll"W the
nTL LATE FROM MEXICO. n\' E. BALLARD, |fbe rcffiird to the C'omnntte. 01\ foreignCelutiuas. i request of Mr. Stevenson, and the proeeea-
Capt WOLCOTT CHAOKCEY' arrived here [ The Schr. 8h..a dod, Moore roaster, Captain In tbe l'. I.l"a yCouunanding nca of tHe Senate In relation Qr the noml-
1' assumed the arrived at this port on Monday last, fort the frigate I'uitfcd 5aces.: nation of Andrew 'wen 00 1 lbaJ.fbl Secretary
and has
the inat.
on 5th command Tat ; Jura 1'4 1834:; of tM-
I troubles cuu.ty be authorlied lo give copies
t of the Peosacola Navy Yard. days Tsmplco. Correspondence of the Jour.o(Commerce Mr WJUvl.Vi, from UK romraitiee 01 !name, and extracts fcomihe- Jos.roaL-U.
: seem to be increasing at Tamplro and U. BTATSS SHIP I'mtro S t rns. J Foreign ruti,\ii<>m>, tw wbpnv was referredthe 5.'Oil Tele 'ropA. .
Our dates from Washington are up to the26th throughout Mexico. Santa Anna at the Port of Toulon, May 8, 183-l. f nomination of Andrew Meuimoo, ( _
June. Some diversity of opinion bead of a Urge army wa operating In the In a hasty letter ou the! M inst. bwk I tamed iu the mesxcge of the Kd May re- i The National teiltaeneif of the letb i

seem to have existed as to whether the interior while'on the 28tb ultimo the town I then supposed would ,te-the last I shuuw pound. : June "y,-11 Among be meaaurw or the
cession of Congress will not be prolonged write to.you from this Port, 1 gate you Mr. CLAY submitted the following! motion I present seeskia, ..Web.re likely w become
and gawison of Tampico, deviated for him. the outline of He melancholy slate t>f oUt which was eonnideicd by unanimous laws[ aw the ills for rerihtfcg the currency
rq beyond the SOih ult. the time bed for adjournment There i II no longer any dovib that he has salute on the King's birth dny-and the copy << convent and agreed to : >f foreign and domestic Gold Coiner i

The Washington paper agree thrown himself inve the arm obis old enemies of a letter from Captain Ballard to the Jr'f.lrrtl, '1 hat the President be requested which era set unimportant, but to which i a .
in the opinion, that the business of the session the It i is through them that Karon Freycinct, Prelvctof Manue, ou the to couinmmiuie lo |he Senate a ropy oibe consequence has been given In some 01 tbo r
priests. brut offieJal: conuniinlfstioii which was which art sot t tentitled.
aubjec& Journals of the day to they
cannot be with that
gotten through by he is now supplied with the sinews of wsr. r sVe another opportunity of transmitting made to Andre* hte ensue, ff the Intenlioofthe i i
time. It it still surmised that the Senate The late commandant nt Tamplro made a letter and seize a ..Iomp.ntJli.. IVeHident to nominal Hkn aa Mintal* The whole effect of Ufa I 1eaia1atlctia'Ucarried ;

. will refuse to pass the Appropriation BHla, his escape to New Orleans. When Capt. morning, before$ w e-lea*e Toulon for Oe- jenMieutary and Envoy Eilraordinar eat Into hot, will as we cr.r.
intil several of the higher office of the Moore sailed number pot, to pay that the vt-ply o( the Admiralto to thr t'nited Kingdom oCOrtut Biltain and stand It, to re-odjwf the proDOt1k1D 01 ,aI-
a of person suspected Ballard Irel..nd IIId his ihetetu.FAtoAY .
Captain was highly satisfactory ensure lie betwten Gold and Silver Bybar
shall have been (tiled with the
of having aided the escape, had been-ar in every respect, except in reference to the law, ss II now stands tbat propoRlos it II
. consent of that body.A rested and thrown into pri on. subscription for the laiuriies . Musical Grand from Business of all kinds, is at a stand. and wounded made J.-It seem f and tOIled btatta. 'I be object of, lite President o> iht Ui.iii-d tttates, by M' its being exported to countries **. ..,. H
the St. Augustine Herald, that at the last this seemed to be rntsuurlerstuuuamidthough { D"'lItlllOlIo| hm S'Tolhi'S QlelaIY : bears a higher relative ....u.. At other f
.V. V. Journal Gnmme. I ,. '
term of the Superior Court in that city, a From the of pronounced oobl, and generous !"" 'ottt mints than ours, the proportiOd of sii ',' to
concert of Vocal and Instrumental Music THE AFFAIR AT TOULON.We the.acceptance of it .IA' declined. : I h'e this i'sy' nrehed a reselnnsB of .old! is ss 15 1-2 up MJjJhln, *jj* I. III
have at length the particulars of the The circusnstHiice led to a serous kite the "Sena-! of the IV b instant requesting; Spain, for Govern- {
was given by the Grand Jury. We like disaster at Toulon, La tw. letters to one of from our Commnndtr: ef t li tb Las *5 1m. to rq nm'mica e to the Senate a ropy 01 meats 01 south A f rice ortailallr'ablishs -
this. In old tines it was thought that the Edito/s of this Ir. > a friend on you base the beginuiogof the e.r.npi'dente fir'l nffilrUl communication which, wama / l by Spa!.. the nlu*"1a ae Ia to '..
,: Grand Juries were assembled for a parttevlar board the frigate United State, and lose no I will furnish you aeop te tIO Andrew wven on or I the InltoUOD The tdberof the taderval ahsg omi ta..
purpose. Recent practice hat shown laying them before our readers.nappVar. U. 8. Frigate t'Qlae:1 States to iiornuM.-! him as a Minister Plentpotenitary nearly all our gold goes .br0e4 for atar a.-
that assembled deliberate that the King's birth dy, In eelebratmr -;: Hands of Toulon, May; 14' they are are to which the accident oct-nired: i.. :-I am this moment II pwsiesion of KiBgdorn ctf teat Britain and Ireland, to all pnctinl' purpcees, tM onlymetalb
and publish,their opinion, about matte i first and things in general Grand lories now Incorrectly stated In the Ameocan Almanac.' It has made me ts o* happy by it*jtny a compliance with ,this resohilK 1l Inhabitants of Boston kepi yon,
t t a dayl. nIl be heard, and If they choone The somber of shot fired waf three. ....unaee" contains, that the JlIIn/. bedy: might be dcetned an admisMon of the right and other eouunefeial plaee I a.. pstWood -
Correspondence of the Jour.of Commerce. o/lA \r", / Tvlon," are conunc 4 of of the Snnste; to rail upon the President for Congress on this subject.WTI great
to be heard in a concert of sweet sound,, U. g.gIfp Ullfrfp STATPS i the sorrow thai ills our beams at tbl deplorable confidential eorrwDonuenre of'this dl'\It'rip- nmntne. _Home weeksagi It may be

.o much the better. Toulon.: M a1'.I _L accident on yesterday, a* well a* lion;; I H>n KleT ttpwfrer, uiibtfofrMic recollected -sev eral petitkics oil this suject'w
The object me vwwu mates> ID core by.th* generous admission, that IM etenlwe to rem irk mat I d? not wkuowJedga: Inch ere preeeole4ta"\hl Senate, and tile Coms-
Old CoL DuAWt,' who for many years lag to Frano, was to procure funds for her I raourn-isth* effect of one of those faUU a right. Dot to ate>id mwrepiwenlailo, mince edited the Philadelphia Aurora, and who, cruise in the Archipelago, from the agentof circumstances which are imwpeadsnt I berets Ith transmit a rapT ol the paper In their readtaew to move '-.uer. Uthe
If we are not mistaken, was for a long time the government at Marseilles. A frigate, ; III any WILL" question which was tbs only eoiooiunlcs. other buuM did aot. Since this" tM sub-
'. however, ttnDD& enter the ironer harbor of I beg leave again: t* offer the assurance, lion made to Mr. Ste\ensonon the esbjert. sect hu vnderloae decisive action It theClouse
.l' the head of extinct la Penn-
a party, now : that port, and the roadstead whithout being that thftgunnsH, through whose negligence This coiDBjunfesiloSj merely intimated of Iteepre.entatives. and lb. Gold
t .jylvania, called the "old aefaooi patgr.ka' 'tmufe' at this season of theyeaTlKl the sad accident occurred (and wbo'betnga ] the Intention of the President In a psrticu- Com bills, having passed that Mf, art
announced his Intention to recommence wind beading UI oft ta our Warrant Officer can only be nuniabed tar contmgency, WoffeftoMr. BievenK now<< before.. Senate.
t the publication of the Aurora. At first this course to it from Maboa. Captain Bsllard by the Sentence-of a court martial) N BOW the place of Minister to the Court of Slat The bill which propcMell aa.
hailed determined, to anchor at ToulosLWjd proceed under arrest t and thai be brought w trial, James; and s. the negotiations to whit it new proportion between gold and solver .. ses
1 announcement was by &ho.QppcNition with Mr. Todd, the purser,.by to as soon as it is my good fortuns to Call u refers were commenced In April. 1W3, in it at I8 for t. Tp4 only doubt w to the
papers with great delight, but h has. sfeee Marseilles, to facilitate the necessary ar- with the Commander in Chief of oat squadron this city, instead of London, and have been etpediency of tnH mure.., e-wtfeth-
been ascertained that notwWitvi4mg the ranrem.nu. In the Mediterraneaa.. since conducted here, no fimhsr comsnuiiicstton er It III nit rii" golds little too hlg,,,
indignities U which bis son wM"tely! subjected Tbey left t* the morning ot the Mih ult. Oo the subject of the Utasaad francs l In- was made to him. I have BO knows The more exact proportt0ln ea b'
and returned yesterday afternoon, lusti after tended to be placed in- your beads fur distribution ledge that an snswer war received from M "I UK- who hsv fI......alae tube
at Washington, CoU D. ...tain."tht the oceueence.f a most sselaaeholy disaster by the generous sonf e*the* *n IttYenflfJll-none ls to be amid In the P*., al &'.800 to J. .Tb.Oiatbatsetag '
admiotratkm la all hs iwasufes{ and that of which our ship, .MhappUy, waatM under my commend I bsc w "*"* '.., pertinent of State, and .nose has bw....I ttfIItItr1, howDelag a
there may be no mwapprdieuion on the "u.te. sir that H has MUuaf t.de.witiv **JJ...; served. by me. a.xfietr tMt ,11I4; be placed star
,, ,# subject, declares it as his opinion, that the It wu the olr*" <-10( thl King- d salutes ficatiwjilliibe voluntary *!?It W9'* AYD1EW JACKSON high I valuatlom M"still Ida; 1& V.......
wert find at U o'clock, ta how of ,generous spirits sorrowing for the eons /likely that th.pepoetioe | propggd .a botwt.busbed
+ Presideal' ha the right to canted the De- U e day by the Constellation the Vat 1 \i i quenoes otsn accident over whkb-insry lad ':(n i] I. bIt ig t.iI1 ol u.e I10UIf will snot
t pesitesi and remove any Secretary' of theTreasury led ftuJcs, as well as the whole orthl j i oo control<< and which they would base I DnuVltn.r HU'Pr:. W A........., be disturbed, and thaI the Mil wan .......
who refuses to do his balding iu French sqnsdron maslstlng rf son* f! lbI i- (M laid down their lives to have ptf'eeleoc1. I eth Marrs-st!. a law as it stajde


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t New Post Office.A ( #oard of Aldermen. lioffee.ifs( t Territory oj l'loriJa.

I!i 1 PKNdACOLA aAZETT Sac 4. Bt it further ordained, That for .... GItEE 1 OeorguKnightCompleinant, InChanceryvs.
POST OFFICE has been established 1 N\tI\: Carlfar I in the
I violation of any of the provisions of the .... v jut tended fry r e.,. D.IIi",i. Jack:
., JULY H 1834. at Indian Kef, Florida All letters foregoing sections of this ordinance, tM .11. by ALDEN A. H. IAtJUON.April Lackland M. Stone and Wil-son Huperi-
III and papers (or persons residing on this Is. owner of the Dray shall forfeit and payfor b No. 4 Ham D. Stone Defendant's J or Court.

The OAISTTB will be issued Satunlay and at Cape Florida, Kayo-Biscayno, New the use of the city, the sum of five do l. TT appearing to the Court that the DeM. -
every River Key Vacas, on board the light shFlorida recovered before the Mayor. fendants reside in the State of Alabama
Evening, at#3 W per annum, In advance lars to be \VftTnVng ,
94 payable at the end of six months or on board any of the wrecking SEC. A Be it further ordained, That of the OAKS, sae mile from to that process cannot be served upon them
I IfE PNPlieto'
::sq' or$3 payable at the expiration of the year, vessels, excepting the Pizarro, will reach the o"ner of wh and every Dray within rr Peniecvla Eires dopes that the ri..r In UiH Territory. It la therefore,ordered,
,. at the option of the subscriber.ADVERTISCMENTS their intended destination most readily if the limits of the city shall be liable for all the I.", s III b. en' iced sgal, et th a. who hereaMr that unless they appear and answer the
inserted at the rate of mailed for this Office. damages or injuries done to good, wares, eummk .1' d'I".datll" oa M. pramiHs. Complainant's bill on or before the first
//I one dollar for every fourteen lines (or less,) II 8. WATERIIOUSE, P. M. merchandize or other articles, through the shier b y cuti isf timber or utberw ie.Ma day of October next, the same will be taken
for the cents for every continuous Indian Key, (Florida,) May, 13, 1834. carelessness or negligence of their drivers, > 10 No.9 for confessed against them and the matters
j aubeequentMy -- -- to be recovered In any court having com thereof decreed accordingly. And it is

I I'' County Court at' hambtr, ) petent juri iction. t \ )t &Uoga"rat8hnt.8.. further ordered that a copy of this order be

j .1p n723, 1834.ORDFREUIhatJ055Jssuaee. \ : SEC. 6 Be it further ordain, That all \ 200 000 or Pi.-. and y published in some authorised newIIVIJM'.lnthle
islet of Letters, Fuu..co ordinance regulating drays, be and the \VAN'rED, Vi him Oak 8T 100,000.P district once a week for four months.
and that this At Chambers, in the District of I
WaieMT f same are hereby repealed, ordinance ALDEN A M
Remaining in the Pdot Office 1 1834. | u>
Persons Letters from, July the 6,.l Jiialieet' Diitrtl and IIMOTNI I WIT hall be in force, from and after i its ply.' Florida aforesaid, this 5th of June 1834
wishing this Lis
\ CHIIL. JenfH Faints *s '
will please ask for Advertised Letters tfroni f) itnet b* and f" *am a-* hereby' al ,.. JOHN JERRSOV, PHILADELPHIA, Judge 1>. W. F.

f i Jesse Allen At l oiold < Ol1lml..i'lA.r of School Land forth President ora the Board of Aldeinie (Passage only June 7 No. 13
l' ''I Benjamin Adam, Pete COIInll."M.mllia. 24th 1834: The Schooner CORA, :
i Alenias.Jos. LDHo L. DRAKKA PASSED May packet
n / District
PJ Wettcrn
) 'i CRIJPPEIi Honda
the of
I'' D Jrdgs. M Secretary Copt CARSOM, will sail on ,
; : APPROVED May I 6iB July for the above port, her ia..eiior\ Cart Lcambia Coaaty, t
:..1 'j' M. Dowers *, Jean Baptiste Be EVAV3
; \ ORDINANCE C. Ma>or.AN cabin is large and airy, with furnished ae-I H.l.rm. 1834 J
f' nard 2, Wm. W. Bell, Robt. Rarron 2, Elsa; AaifiinsMsylaM.
i Jose Blade, Saml. Blake, Mannito Beaseca To regulate the Market in Pensacola.Sec. ORDINANCE commodations. For i'laager FOSTER.June apply to v'' (,. Chancery

H' Mile. A. Bowraie, W.. Bennett, Wm. 'I, Be it Ordainvt by the flows o f No. 14 David Bigcs<< Defcadant. S fur Ol'oreo.
'!''I M. Barker. AbknMlI of the City of Feitirola, That To amend an Ordinance entitled an Ordinance 14 THIS day came tbeeomplaji by berCoaa.
; f I .C. the market shall be held at the Market for the regulation and government eel, cud it appearing to the *eti.betie of tie

I Francis Cunningham, Mlle Mise Cayd, House and no where else in the City, and of the City of Pensacola," Approved Saddle ttsrse tut Sa\e. Court by affidavit Bled, that the Defendant doe
f r Thos. Coleman Wm. C E. Collin iran) person shall sell before eight o'clock! June Rth, 1827. A first rate YOUNG not rciidf In the Territory of FI rid.. Then.
I Ezekiel Cdbb Zapt. J. p in the .Stc I. Be it Ordained by the Mayor e fore, hi.i considered by UK Carl, list the hid
JoliChaimbless t morning between the $jd of Marc HORSE (four years old) ,
/ ) Defendant here.. but .
before the Man.dy
Saml. E. and the 22d of awl Board of Aldermen of the City of Pen- { appear sr
Cocking Joseph September, or before nine .JS a fast traveller and remark. I of November nezt,had answer Hit Ipllan.n.
I CanolL Gen'L Dr. Felipe tadallos, Me. o'clock in the morning during the remainder sarnla. That the City Bell shall be rung at ably well gaited, warranted .'* bill of complaint filed hrniu, or com.the

:: Catherine Louisa CortilJe, Joseph Coz.D. of the year, Butchers Meat, Fish or nine o'clork P. M. from the twenty-firs sound. Said Horse could be made to workin MID will be lakes fur eoufetwd, and she mailer
other articles! usually sold at market, I In day of March until the twenty-first day of harness when necessary. Apply to thing eria contained decreed!accrrdingly.Amiit j
I Rev. A. Dickenson 3. John Dumbic 3, any other part of the City than at the September, and at eight o'clock P M from ALDEN A. M. JACKSON. u father ordered, that a copy of thin order be I

oJ Dinah De Camp, Mrs. II Dougan. Market House they shall pay for every of the twenty-second day of September until May 12' No. 12 puhliibed ID the PenMCo't' Gazette one a week
K. fence a fine of two dollars. the twentieth day of March, in each and for hat month toccertiveiy... A e" py. AltfiOEO. .

Caleb Edmondson. SEC. 2 Be it further Ordained, That every year. f. BtLTZLLL, Clerk.
F. the Stalls in the New Market House shall SEC. 2. Beit further Ordained, That all 'Z5 OoUarsRsnnwiiy Rt.'W TlL \. My 17 No. 10

e Miss Eli beth Foster, Capt. Window be leased under the superintendence of the retailers of Spirituous or Vinous Liquors, from William Wettern JHttnct of Florida
+ Foster. shall close their doors within fifteen minute
Mayor in such manner, for such price and Dnm mad. on his to the
after the of the Bell at night and way Sapcrior{ Cost Eecwnbm Cooatr, \
G. such ,
for length of time as may seem to him ringing ( r'ek Nation, from ConecehC'oeolv
Fountain Gray, Alfred M. Gatlin, Dan. most consistent with the intern of the every person offending herein, shall be tin: s Nrgre man namdCHAMPION.liulemarkedwitb Lawrence MilUndos M.,1'lrm. 1834.: J I
iel Gyst. City: provided that no lease shall be for a bd in a sum not exceeding five dollars, to v.' coupUuuuU JBchi. .. 1

hiutchins greater length of time than one year, nor ee recovered before the Mayor. the smith poi ta the face, art very black a slight< The ankaowa beiaj of Louis ) del I.. \ Ce7'DauequcmeuJ
Dr. Joseph 5, Hazel W. Hunt, shall more than two stalls be rented to one Sec 3 Be it further OrdaineiL That I It hi'ch m his right fool when h-walk, with a fin. de Mortal )
Mile.Enphroisme Hmard,J. larding Saml. individual.Sec. shall be the duty of the City:: Marsh!, and eoanteqince < d U'f e whisker' ,and nbooj" feet This
V. Hawkins, 2 such assistants as may be employed for the 10 or 11 mchei hh h. Th shove reward will bepaid day came the complainant by his
3 Bt
Stephen Mersey Maj. further Ordained That i It
counsel and j it the
to satinfuc-
I1Puat ; the *d for hit appearing,
Wm. J- the streets fifteen minutt'a by en.leratgs apprehenaina
Hall Robt. Holladay, Dr. shall be the of who purpose, patrol
I duty every person may GEORGE 8TONHIAM. lion of the Court by affidavit filed, that the
t H. after the of the BelL and all
S. HeiskeJl
Thos. Holden 2. purchase a Still to it be ringing .
C1apL cause to washed Con-ruh Cnenty, Alahlla.M., h !24 defendants do not reside in the Territory
; I. every day before ten o'clock and kept clean slaves above the age of ten )cap found goIng of Florida. It is therefore ordered that
Andrew M. D. Jackson Geu. 8. Irish and at large daring the nipht,, without a unless
in order stall times, and e< e:
Dan Johnson, Capt G. Johnson 2 who shall neglect to wash and keep y person clean pass, or a lanthorn with a light in it, from Cil (}ullector'I
L. ila or her Stall and keep the same In good his, her, or their owner or owners or employer r'Ilh and'r.igned i. lOW reedy to receive the bill of answer t
Madame Lanolr{ /John G. Lelth; Nmian order, shall for offence: a fine not shall be confined until morning, 1 M* CITY TAXES imposed o* all complainants, complaint filed '
pay herein ,
every the confessf
E.Lane,John W. Lewis; Mile. M. Chorlote exceeding three dollars. Every Dutcheror when they shall te taken before the Ilayorand bout s end L U, Sla.ei, "_*. Crnaea a.eU same will be taken for .
ed and
Lorenso, Claudius M. Little,' Miss Jos"DhiM Fisherman, or other Vender as aforesaid sentenced to receive not exceeding teas '.\ p,'roii p.in"h. MOM on or beforq the !I; the matters and things therein contained .
i Lavalle, Sergt. J. M. Leiett, Mr. hfitlnff corrupted mentor finn. t>oul. es. or shall be discharged according to 'd.r ol Nay neat will he ,1I"wo'd a dicoent ofS decreed accordingly. And it is further
r ill Tetra remaininr.SDaiJ from ordered that a of this order
.: Lamb. fowl the circumstances of the c.iae.JOSEPH per CMBI. cad copy be a
wild i in his
1 try or her or their Stall: SIERRA and after the 10& day lOr Aagvet next, will bo die published in the Peatacola Gazette, once a
hall forfeit and pay for every such offence aimed for aeoordiiif law. week for four
MUalMart to
: Zit Mires President of the Board of Aldermen. successively.
" Mesln Sam) If a sum not exceeding five dollars pro tern P T CO >l U YN3, Tai Collector. A True Attest i
1 Mitchell,, N. Mitchel, N. Mitchel, Jr. Alexander SEC. 4. BI il farther Ordained,, Th t every PAssEvMay 19th 1834. PIIII.aco'IprlllJ, Id34. j No.7NDTICE. GEORGE F. DALTZELL !
I ; M'Claicn, James M'Ardle, Mrs. Ann person guilty of engrossing, shall forfei t /MXCRUPPEK. Secretary.Ar 10 I
i +! I M'Cnllourf, Lt Moorhead 2, Maria More- and pay for each offs'nee the sum of five Ar Mtiy20th, 1t 34. May Clerk.

t f I I co, Jas.M'rttay. E. Montgomery! Wm. S dollars ; engrossing shall be deemed to EVANS, Mff'or. Western District f
(i I Moore, Capt J. II. Miller V, David B consist in buying up a greater quantity oj AT DM aft Term of the Honourable- the of Florida.
Macomb. vegetables, fowls or other marketable AN Gaunt Coo"t ef Eeeambu County, to .be Sspenor Comt Eaiambia County ) I
+ O. cles than the anti (Bread. KO d at the City of Peaaarol, oa the Bret MoodiynftMoberMXi. May Term4s3', \ ,
person reasonably wan OiIDAN'ETo l.hsllapply' for the >. Celettioo Gonzales&wile,
I Archibald Osborn.I elieoteiit compl'ls. )
(or use<< : Provided that the Mid offence shal SEC. 1. Be it Mayor
of nr a P. not In deemed to harp been committee and Board of City of SAMUEL OVERTON, deceased aid stove liaiiareu Jardela, ibe .Mn ) I la Char
Mrs. Harriet Proctor Mlle. Marianne where the public have had a reasonable Pentacola, That the following tariff shallbe to be basil duvhurred.MAItUAUVT. of Thorns Vlllanea sad the >dfte.ce'1.I .

: f Pastort. opportunity to be previously supplied. I the standard by which all Bakers within ANN OVERTON.Adioinwuejins.. heirs ur J. ...00..1. *!. ) J
R. Sac 5. ttf itf IrrA,.,. Onlantnl That the limits of the City shall be gowned lllld day rime &be eoa.I"i iotut. CeWIn
f' j Copt Joshua JtobellOn.'I" every person who shall cut, injure or def '* ,ta_ Afrit 8 No & a_.&..*, sad'h pi_nrikto the "
a the pillar of the Market House or any part \\heatheprice of Merchantable Flour I 1M Coert kaffidvt filed"tb* .. XTetbt
Decator of Washington SuDy, Mrs. lie&- hereof, shall pay a fine of two dollars, 1 if is four dollar per barrel, each Baker shall For STilE \\\ lairs of Thome. Vilbjwra, deceased, sow emits
I( ty D.Sherman, C.Eo Sherman, John Sweet, he offender be a slate in default of payment give forty-seven ounces 01 good bread for ( the CHARLES to the State ef Alabama, and thai she heirs of t
Felix Sense John II. Spalding John twelve and half EVENING John SfcGoiegaJ also mid witmMltke (unit+of
shall be whipped ten 1 i,hes.See. a POST offer their the
; Smith, A. Snowden, S. Stanley. 6. Be ttnlainfd At five dollars-forty-two ounces Territory of Florida aDd ID the Ui Iced tibia
: it ftrthrr Thatit Establishment for sale. To a gentleman It..ii ordered, itul the said Defeadant do
T.t shall be the duty of the Cit v Constablesally At six dollars-thirty-nine ounces (possessing a small capital the could here on or before the fast d..r appear
I. 4 Joseph II. Terry, Mad. Ve Tala, 8. to inspect the.' Market House beforen At seven dollars thirt-six ounces t toe mode very profitable./ It has a'circulation .r this COlli to and aiawer the bill of lest the complaiiiMla tenD- \.J

I f'f'I. Turner. o'clock in the morning and see that thU! At eight dollars thirty-three ounces rising 800 papers, with a reasonable or the unto will be lakes Tot confessed I
Ordinance Is and At nine dollars-thirtone ounces U against and the 1
i t JoeUllry complied with to report share of advertising patronage. Persons them matter and ihince Uurem
V Samuel UUb, M. D. every \'iolationherl'Of to the Mayor. At ten dollars twenty-nine ounces wishing purchase will be correctly in decreed accordingly. And n i* fiither-ordered,

't V. BENJ. D; WRIGHT, SEC. 2. Bet further Ordained That formed u to the concerns of the office Hut copy of tfau order be publmhed .la 'bot Per
Troeman Vickers. President of the Board of Aldermen. it shall be the duty of the Major on i the first by aoola G_ifUe ... a week far bar moatb sac
applying personally letter directed
W. or by ceMiv.ly A Copy Attest,
t and fifteenth
PASSED 5th January 1827. days of each month to ascertain -
to either of the
tl J. Wentworth, Ceo.. Walker 2, Dr. J. JACOB RWgETTS, Secretary. the price of good Flour, and cause the NORRIS proprietor& GlT INGER. May 10 GEO. t'. BALTZELU. Clerk..
) I fl Wily Edward Williams, Wm. White, same to be made N.Y8a'S sl
a Apraovco 8th January, 1827. public by putting up advertisement Charleston, May 5.
a I F A. Washington. JOHN JERRISON, Mayor. *at three conspicuous places in the
NAVY City, and to state in each the number o f Escatnbta (\ i7Ales
U. S.: Ship V Mali4. AN ORDINANCE ounces of good bread that shall be given by County Court, ? Charles L. Gamier )

f Copt Thos. Webb 4, LL Thos, J. Manning Concerning Hogs. each Baker for twelve and a halt cents for I April Term, 1834. 5 vs. J

t Lt. Z. F. Johnson 3, LL John Ura- See. 1. Bt it Ordained by the Mayor term of fifteen days, and he shall also cause I : that Jolla 8. Man, Inca A. Charles Lavallet )

. ham 4, Lt Charles, C.Turner 2, Lt A. B. and Board of Aldermen of the City of Pen- the City Marshal to deliver a copy of the ORDERED and Ctumei La Bao, be and B Y Tirtue of a Ji. fa. to me directed:
Fairfax, Lt a C. Rowan, Capt Andrew aeola, That it shall not be lawful for Hogs notice! aforesaid to each Baker within the hey are hereby appointed Road CoamMioneriuhj from the Hon. the Superior Court
t Rom 8, Dr. J. A. 'Kearney a, Dr. L. W. to run at large in the streets or common. limits! (the City. < vvediidtor Et.amt.ia River sad Jo A* for the Western District of Florida, I shall

I Minor 2. D. Walker: Purser 9, Mid. E. Lanier or the City.unless they have a good and See. 3. Be.>t further Ordained, That if lAiKH, JAMB W. EtewMTnad bun Ken proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on the 2d
//1"I I Mid. E. a clutter i, Mid. U. W, ufficient wire through their nose, the two any Baker shall sell a less quantity of good nTH on fie Eu' ride of said River tad that I of August,, 1834, at the door of the Court 4
Randolph, Mid. La FayettcrMaynard, Mid. ends twisted together and bent down. bread for twelve and a half cents than is !hey make a report of the eiiwnce incarrtd at House in Pensacola, between the hours
Mid. J. W. E.. Reid, Sec. 2. farther Ordained, That all provided for by the first section of this Or. the nest 4' ril Tern of this Ceert prcflcibed by law, all the right, title and

; a Mid. O. Fairfax, Mid.G. J. W.Tbae r:. Le-i lI logs found -running, at large without a dinance. orehalJ J offer for sale Bread made of ,May Atroeeoiy 17 | JI 3t: CRL'PPER. Clerk. I ntereatof the said CHARLES LAVAl

" f : ray IL Anderson, J. Cox XDavid Rambo wire as aforeiaid, shall be taken up by the sour or otherwise damaged lour, he.. the No 10avana I LET in, and to the foliowin Lou of 1.

James Anderson, Ben). Douglass. H. City Marshal, whose duty ,it shall be to or they so offending, shall forfeit and pay \\ round, or in so much thereof u will sails :
j' f R Skaats 1. Geo. M. Louret' H. Journey, give twenty-four hours notice by posting upan 1 for each offence the t um of twenty dollars, to 8ug\\ fv the above Execution and costs, to wit:
Th.. Willlamty R. Moflet<<, Jacob C. Oree- advertisement at the Market House, & if be recovered before the Mayor, one half of fff\ BOXES "hl'..and 2b vas t brown Ha9 the one half of Lot Nq fe23& being the corner
I ner, II. Franks, Wm. King, Wm. Bucket, the owner or owners fail to redeem such which shall be for the" use of the City and received>&/ vans SUGARS, of Mperlor qnalily, of Romana and Pai !ox-streets, and

II LoriJtc.M'KJnney. log or Hogs: so taken within the time a the other half\ for the City Marshal, whose per achr.ALDEN Billing A.and U.fur JACKSON.sate by fronting on said Romana street j the half of

I, If.' 3. Skip Folmouth.Capt bresaid,by pa>'ing one dollar for each to the duty it shall be to examine the weight and April Rt. 4t Lot No. 250, situated behind the lint men-
W. A. Spencer V, Lieut W. W. City Marshal it shall be his duty to sell quality of the Bread of each Kuker two fir tioned and fronting Garden-street; the

t' Armstrongs, Lieut Robt Ritehe, LieuP. \. such Hog or Hogs at public auction J one three times per week and report every >'io- Mink \'emmf.o\a two whole Los! No. 454 and 235, fronting
B. Ellison, Unt.Wm. Pearson a, Lieut half of the proceeds of sale to be paid into lotion to the Mayor. U Baylen-slreet, all lying and being in the
I 4 i H. K. Thatcher Act'g., Master C. U: the City Treasury and the other half for SEC. 4. Be it further Ordained, That STOCK FOR SALE. City of Pensacola. _
i i I t f fl, Hunter 10 Dr. Wm. Johnson 5, Dr. H. he use of the City Marshal. all Ordinances regulating Bakery, be, and THE experiment of a BANK in Pensa JAMES W. Marshal.

I.j & Coulter k N. Wilson,.Purser, A. Paued Sec. aBe further Ordained, That the same are hereby repealed, and that has teen faithfully tried, and the By JOSEPII.EXUM1 SIERRA
f Mid Charles & Boggs 5, Mid. Wm. L.II' aU Ordinances to regulate Hogs running at his Ordinance shall be in force from and first six months' oaerations' proving that it Deputy Marshal.
Maury 8, Mid. MeL ti. Eustes 3, Jas. O. large In the streets be, and the same are after its will be both ,a useful Institution for the June 14 No.14
Bhaaneasy I, MM. O. P. BaI4."n, 4. Mid. hereby repealed. publication.JOHN JERRISON City, and yield fair profits to the Stock. -_ fti

Albart 8.; Whettier, Mid., Albert 1Vadrworth6 JOHN JERRISON, ,President of the Board Aldermen., holders, the Subscriber now willing and :Maraba\ a1e. s"

Mid -J... W. Brackett 2, Mid. President Board Aldemen. PASSED: May 24, 1834. anxious to dispose of a limited amount of Joseph Y. Cruzat
II'I .Saml.: Barney 2, Zadock McKnew tt, PASSED April 14 1834: M. CRUPPER, Secretary the Stock among the citizens, so as to Induce vs. I ., '
I A. Latimore!, W. Shermentine, Thos. Robertsoa M. CRUPPER, Secretary. REJECTED May 28th, 1834.C. a local interest in its operations. The amount Carlos De ViJlierl. )
9, H. P. OlmsUiad, DanL Pease, Jr. April tb 184.C paid in I is fourteen 1
dA..ROYED EVANS, Mayor dollars on each virtue of a wrlcol) fa. to me di-
I E. Green a D.' Moulton Ezra Green ? By
I EVANS, Mayor. Reconsidered and paased bv the reoui-. hare, whole_amount 624.800. There will from the lion. the Superior. .
Saml Daraett 2. E Leeon. J. B. Neilson.
site June be a call for Eleven Dollars
majority, 7th, 1834: on each Share Court of .
District Florida
of the Western ,
I W.II.D. :,Ja John Smith Kobt
AN ORDINANCETo payable the 1st of
, t Dodds. Saml p. Hawkins John M. E. JOHN JERRISON, the January 1883, giving for I shall proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on
Willuun Yard. Regulate Drays. President of the Board of Aldermen. operations next year $30,000 capital the 2d of August, 1834, at the door of the
Eon, KEC. K Bt it ordained the M. CRUPPER There will be further calls after that
time tbe-
U. 8. Skip 8L Loit. by Mayor Secretary the Court House in PeasacoU,, between
and Aldermen oj the City of s necessities buiinesa may require hours all the right title
I Capt T. IL Newell Lt R. II. Morris, Board Tba prescribed by law ,
Paaaed Mid:s. Swartwout Dr. Euclid Borland Pru it shall not be.lawful for ltunawa7 \a\'t.I. amount of Stock now oft'eredW be and interest! of said CARLOS DE VIL-
the owner or driver of a Dray. to charge disposed of at par, and for all transferred IJERS deceased In and to the following
F. G. Purser S ,
% M'Cauley Berg'tWUUanf
II. Spencer. more than twenty five cents per load lor NOTICE is hereby gi.| idends daring will the months of July and August, div Property, or in so much thereof as will
J the transportation of any goods wares, ven. that there hate paid from July. and >
Ho, 17 II. KELLY, P. M. been The Subscriber satisfy the above Executiea Caen,1
merchandize er other articles within the i committed to my custo la satisfied from past ex.perleDt'e wit i-A tract of Land of 800 arpens lying
: nhabited parts of the City. dy two SLAVES j one;a and from tabulations of future and being in the County of Escambia, Situated
NOTICE. Sao; 3. //. it further ordained, That It Negro Man named SAM, operations, that the Capital employed will i at a place known by the name of; '

SIX weeks from the date hereof, I shall shall be incumbent on the owner or driver ftV-W about six feet high, stout yield a nett dividend of8 per cent pet annum Coralio de to Cotta or Clear Water Creek,

apply nibs Honorable the Judge of of a Dray, vben requested ta transport any bush, has. a large pair whiskers, says he! ,. at To least, upon safe' business transacons. three miles from the City of Pensacola, also
the County Court goods,wares, merchandize or other article,1 is the of those who wish more particur
of Escambia County, for property George Deaa, of Clark Lot No. 348, with the buildings thereon "
Letters of Administration on the estate of umalljr transported in Drays, to perform County, Alabama and that he u 24 tion knowledge in of the Bank, and satisfac- In the City of Pensacola, being eighty feet
A.',ALLEN he same forthwith, unless previously engaged ota yean regard 10 Its sonndness he
; deased. ,SJKJJ"1 "'* from the will re. fronton Government-street by ODe hundred a
ROBERT MITCHELL ,or without some other reasonable meat of G. W. Creagh of said employ far to atlflL ". "fi J. Jtrrton Jr, and ninety-five feet .

pisnsaeola, June 8, ISM. 0 No, 1: excuse, to be judged of by the Mayor. the other, a Mulatto! Girl, named ELIZA Charles Hanson C. Keyser, deo. W.Barkleyand ;'JAMES W.deep Marshal.By .

San 3. B-ilfvrtAertirdai., That allDravashall the wife of said Negro Sam, says she Is the, Kelly, Directors! of the Institution tXU1i IlHA,

:J.. anAp''Yt.nf.eWANTED shahs be numbered on one of the property of the widow Creton, of Clark tborlzed Mr. JAMES to make CATU, Cashier of I is duly au- Deputy MarshalJune
in and
a conspicuous manner theadd transfers
Alabama Stock
\h1 County, and about and Ifth. 1834. No..14
at office A I twenty y ars those who
young man number shall be specified in the license old. wish to purchase; will mate -
country. wotld be preferred. which each owner of a Dray is re.quire JOSEPH SIERRA D. M. to,him appllt'at1on '
June 28 to obtain from the Secretary of the. Pensacola, July 3, 18U.: 17. July 0 WALTER 4 GREGORY No. 17 Executed,


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