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: August 9, 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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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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VOL. 1. PIACGLA: AUGU T 9, 1834, a e NO. I

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PENSACOM, there Is, is in cutsehes. Reader you are, tract from the latter, beginning with thf'1! the pot. Tie barber's-rib; returned with For ('1m.>ensutiiiii m ilie tau tKfi! Glatt' 1 1

acquainted with persons of thirty forty, description of the old roiiiAnd*'.p 1 committed her precious comflUxlity, and the "'ftlfr l'O\llmR/lIC'rllt.'neral five IhI\llIIna aul-ir r

.SQ :Ut111lJ.3Y uv13cG.:. fifty, sixty, seventy, and perhaps eighty them most faithfully to rtf tnrmory. of life" w spcrdily discussed by the trio t Far romnrnsation( to the clerks m>( Messengers '
-- ---- ---- years oC age. Ask them all\ if the seasons where jour verses. must hav4fll: tilt lit. the two visa hoc'then took their dr pnriiiif.lie* | In the office-of!! the IVsimanwrnrnrral. -

BETTER DAYS. have not dunged! !!since they wl.'rl'UJg, ashes vcrj'stringrly lodged I if rompanv fury the hytaertame! home from sermon 11 r i Duty one tliotilajid ,rate. kartanM (Ml -
Better day are like Hebrew verbs, they a'iJ, though the respective periods of their with ghost stories, border ridjib lhds: worthy !so'l, nrriVTd RS,hungry as n linwk, l lars. *

have no present! tense ; they are of th'epat youth were at several intervals you will. scraps of old plays, and all tfr, mKttUnenus \ and rubbing his hands wi\h\ ,glee at the For contingent expenses I of aid office,
: or future only. All that's bright And them all in the came! story stuff which a strong spp Ht. for tea'i| tttnights o.1llae good! dinner that 'waited warn thouiatid the hundml ilollari.

must fade," says Tom M<>ore, Very like It is precisely the: !scone. with regard to ding/ with neither means norjdlwnnima-\\ him, took a fork tn examine what Mate the I For II\lptrinltondtnt'Y of lime htuUmpi,

ly I and go must all that' not bright. To manners. The deterioration of ms.iiiu'rs we lion for selection, had assrn I led in the' head was in : tliilnigtofix) his weapon in making up blank, andcnmpenaatinntolwo

\ hear some people talk, you would iraigme do not pl'rc'le so soon as we do the heat, of a lad of dghtccn.nons. N w publjra | at the first /
that there was no month in the year except changes of the season We take our impressions at that tune, were very r.m Fhn_ 11j'1"f' energy but with Illmllar IIuce,'!>!! ; not drcd and forty dollnr!
November, and that the leave hid: nothing ; of the reasons at about the age burgh, and lit)' meins of procuring' till tn alittle nstontidid at this lhl'lIon'l1oll.llr For nddiiional ('1"1"hire" for the )sere

else to do than to Tall off the trees. And to often, and from that to fifteen : but our mi-- very limited ; *o that after along lII''th man of suds nmrle! a, desperate rffort.! mud i eighteen! !tllumlUll thirty thnr. 'thirtyone
refer again to Tom Moore's Hong, about the pensions of m-inner* we take at our first en- for the pot-ins which contaiml lb*>e U"tiful unrt'ei'dr atari that shine and fall," one might np- trence into the world Ml change ih.it fnecimciH,, and which hi> nose that by this time all the !Man in heaven hate taken place since that time we regard so much delight. I was fain to *s' contented shaver, when, instead of his faionriresheep's For the repair of the building occupiedby
had been blown out l like so many farthing as \innovations: s n kind of deflection from with the extraet from the RcfMlT, which head, oiu- of h* ow n blocks met his I liar lenfrall'olll Office, three thousand

randies in show-booth at Bartfemy fair the standard: of propriety.. Whatever: wasthe I could repeat nt this momentYou Di:* \'ff'Hu"hinq!' hill"f'h and scarcely holiovine ihrrr hundred and thirty fur dollars and

and as (flowers/ and leave, if they no fashion when we first cimi t., years therefore, guess mv sincere d<'li,A' v hen' 1 I hi" i\ !'!>, IIP cnzad at the Mock, nl- thirty. one rents.!

away, U is only to m eke way for new ones of di..crl'lIOI.1" r rational ; whatever; hid: saw your poems at a |,Her pcriw assume must t (1".trili"llnl the metamorpho HisKIHUISO For romprnnntion to the Sunrjor Gen ,
There are as many stars in heaven a:* ever then ceased to be the fashion was antiqua-- for/ rank in the public conslderatkrtwhtch upoir whom the iipinlii hud l
there were in the memory of man a:id a, tel, urinal I, and ridiculous! : and' whatever they no well deserve It was n trkunph to to show its alerts, was hardly In-Y/1'II'IJ: ] thousand dollars '

many fliwen on earth, too, It l III all his tams mf fashion since thl'lI.i is all n lo rrn' own immature tasty to 'InlJ had: nwticipated i I tI id.. hut faiud in convlm-iiig "pfr hit orrompriisniion to the clerks in the of'

very well now and then to have a bit of a chums: for the worse- departure from the" applause of the cnt H 1 and bind of the ricliuuei lie. III a t'nro\: )"em fire of' !lout t i-'urmeynr, two tliounaad'on.>

grunt or a growl, or a grum,>I/!, or'a lamentation propriety and reason altogether new -fingleil I became verv desirous tae oflV'r my'smtnor lof I ru'e: tlnnc tin\ block ni tier head, w eta hundred tVillar

I j but one m"nd-fault 1 Is! worth ten The new-fangled is u charmingworJ / among the more important: f ,audits "iu'li full\ intent, ihnt tumid her skull flat Men For additional t heck hire, In order to bring

And-faulta, all the world over, It is all ; it expresses such! a pleasant pungency which you hid from every quarter I of a "rtlCnrl.lblo thickness, It would haveprxxli up the arrears, und'trnntcrtlirg the fit\ ,Id:

right enough: when the barometer of the of",tire, and implies: adclighiedasMUinptioit should certainty' have availed"imsrtf c.Cthl' !eed fatal: COIHUJIIIm-es. Howeveras note of Mild attire far the purpose ofliuv-

purse is low-when the atom teb i M out of of w is tom on the part of him who use freemasonry of aiuhoHilp-(for ouf trade itI is, a )>umi has born raised which hug them pr t>4rvrd at the rent of Government

order-to lI:1yth' thing UfO not a* ihev uv -- \it. The mind by time acquires n kind ol rigidity my claim to Iv H in v'stery us w ell\ rt Abhor we IW'K',,,, without lh' at>ove fUnition| three thousand 'fl\Chundred dollar

rdtobe ; and I would nut. for the work ; It does not like to be put out of son's)-to address to you a ropy>
deprive an honest tn.tlof tin pleasu of shape or out of place; change disturbs it ; poetical attempt, which I have ito* upon murnock, unit the e err not fl'to, define and Missouri two thousand dollar j

grumbling: it M an English in.ui's brth and makes: : it angry. Then it looks backto the anvil, and esteem: myself partici.larljoblged ; For compensation to clerks in the officeof

right. But I d<1n'L like to see a matter of better days, when none of the milLuaouainnovations ID :Mr Hilelvard, anal to jour goodness A new work i I" about to be published in said Suncyor, four thousand light hundred

heeling made a mater of history and philosophic were known, which arc now acting upon his information for giving iHmiorc from the pen of lie amiable mind and twenty dollar

verity ; let us hate: our growl, an4) so prevalent in every thing I lam glad that me the opportuiutj of paving the way much rtecmed Homnn dilholic Hi.hop of, For additional tlerk hirr in order to bring"
} have done with it. Hut souu croaker remind I am neither gas or steam, for it would for such a freedom I lam too puuct oC the I hurfeston., It will mat principally upon up the nrrrar, nrul for tran
one of the boy who said: his grandmother breik my heart to be abused us they hue compliments you honor me with\ toaflict the errrmartlelnf 1 the t'atlinlie (,nurch, nndIsinhndrd noiCHof MiidolTice, for the 1 purpose of having

went up stair nineteen time adiy, been i to decline them. and with! repsa to therompirume.vitv for the information di
and never cams down again.. Or, to seek But of all the regrets of tire better Java I hlof in)' own labors from! that religion, rf'qlllttl\ ins proper I mend, tune thousand dollars l

y for another resemblance! they may be lik-I that are gone by, none are more pathetic and yours, I can: only assure you that i ('oiiiprihrn inn of its diMiplhie us distmsui For comp'atloiis! to the Surveyor Grnrrnl -
rued to the Irish gravr-digger! who was than tau lamentations fur the I low of ail our near of in}' little folks, about the formationof I lnifroinft! dortiinfs. The drtllt'1I1 inll In Arkunsjis' dame thousand tin hundred

seen one night looking about thj churchyard great men What mar\ellou..ly.gn'allllell whose tastes: and principles I may to I to rnrdiiml\ \\'( Id hits already been published dol ars.
with a lantern m his hind. "What did live in Ihc days that ire past I This, of supposed! inturally: olicitoiis, have ever ; and judging from the "pint of tol ra- For condensation to clerk in cold office,

: ( cave you lost. Pat ?"' Oli, I h lye lost mv course, !says the triumphant( croaker, must read: any of my own iKxun.si while yh\ll'll i time and courlesj which it evinces" the one thousand eight hundred dollar'
r lantern !" You hive your 1'intern in your be admitted. There is no dcnlltlthat have been our r"llIlar vening' ntnusemcut. : work \i'>-I'IC" ill add to the great and rte For additional clerk hire, in order to

\c( hand." "Oh, but this is a lantern I've :Shaksncare, Milton, Pope. Scott, Byron, II My cldist girl begins to read will ; screed fame of the author--.N, V. Timn- bring up the nrrrnrc and for lrnn"cnbiiiK
found ; it is not a lantern I have lo-.t." Pitt Fox Canning Sheridan, are all gone, and itswrllinto the humor ns into the held. notes of said ofhre, for lie purpose

t 'Thus it in with men in general : they think and have not left their likcnesHus bihnd I thenentiinenf of jour admirabledescriptiuns limp mt fitmi my /*";iiMr, J, in ofhavint\ /! them pr-
more of the lantern they hive: lost, than of It is no easy: matter: to conceive'!! any human of human life As for rivalry, I think it his his IU"l'nlliwl'nl: to a club, and 1\1 his op- (iovrfnnirnt, one ihoiicaiid dollar

the lantern they have found. It is true, indeed being more proud and happy than a triumphant !seldom existed among those who know. lij j'iMirance: was any thing }hut respectable j he For rompritMiKm to the ain) IIr hi

that things are not whit they were croiker. If you stop a m in in the experience, that here :arc much better i lungs iHirrownl/ a pnir of hr e('hes of friend.! In Louisiana, two thousand dollars.
with any of us. Great changer have taken inid t of Ins lamentations, and prove to m the world than literary reputation, and the coupe of the evening, the lender l railed! For roniK'n!Htion to hue' clerks in the of

place, and more duly taking place ; but him, as clear as light, that he has no good that one of tine bawl of these good things is i out to him-'j-, duntvouHit down in lice fJf loud Kurvrjor, fifteen hundred dol-

there are greater changes in our feelings ground for complaint, you seem to intlicLJ the regard and fneiulslnp of those and apprehensions than there ire in the ex an injury upon him ; but if he can repel sadly and generally esteemed for their north w ho condoled/ with the eniln \ y rule Mass for adititiiinal clerk hire, in order to

ternal world, or in the general frame of your arguments. and establish his own or their talents. IMtevc many dilktunti this trxpose, offi'red t<- lend him a pa'r otimmm'ioniiblrii hung up tht: carters, and for tranarribing
society. Whit a great: change must have growling position beyond' all question, he authors do persuade themselves .in:o u for the next meeting, he did i the field lanai ofHid office, (ftJr the purpose
taken place between the tuna of the sieges is far happier than if hu had: never haul any ''R1'tt\t1MtOU..yor anything thai lOerfrrr* m, and 9" -, hud tft.Tdly .'nlt''n of awing tin-in un'hcned at the soaiof Government -

s> Troy and the days of Homer ; for the cause of complaint Is there, says he, a with what they are pleased t.* call their his benefactor rxflmmetl aloud, "J-, one tnou"iiid dollar
poet tlpeakt Ajax] pelting the Greeks with man now living who can writ as Shako fimej. bull nhoul'las IIOQ -thl-"/ nursing yon may mt down where you like in mj For compenxntion to the surveyor in Mis*
atone of such a bigness, that ten ore dor"n spuaro wrote 1 Very likely this:re u not ; and one of my own faigrn Into a liiUotv trieihtfc.1* nispippi two thousand dollars.
i if there were he "-0'1l.1 beLETTCH --' --- -- -- For the clerk in
men of the degenrato day" in which Homer I quite u superfluity for my private amusement, encouraging rouiN nsatioti to of-
lived could not lift such a one. Ever since ; we have us much hhakspearc as we such a reeling. I am truly observe Ace M said surveyor, two thousand seven tt i
,' his time things hue: boon gr6wiug worse I want-and so of all t]ie re>t, you mention bad! health : those w hIJ hiindnd dollar*. .

and worse so that now, dare say, the hop -I, The cause of this xijle, of reproaching contribute so much to the delight of "'WIl'1\' Fur additional clerk hire, in order to

rnin race compared to what it was duringthe the present by referring to the j".ist, is to should escape this ('&,il. I lioweur, lirintf up UK- arrears, aid for Iranncribinf
siege of Troy, n not much more than be found in the loud laim'uiati! HIS, which that one day your stale of heath. in.iv pi the field note* of HO id oflire, for the purport

a noble army or gnats. Nothing is as it mark the departure great 11I1\11 from the nut you to view this country I ham. \ r'I' r w of hiving thimprescnrdatilirKatofOor.

was ; the people grow worse and worse, sublunary scene, When a distinguished few call to London, but it will great} i'mint'nl, two thousand three hundred dollar
generation after generation and the inhab man< dies, the public feds a KM, Funeral to the interest of Iho'C which many () \ BY AUTHORITY. *,

itants of the earth become more al\dt more elegy, monument epitaph biography, all that you will permit me the honor of waiting For romjiciisatlon! to the surveyor In Ala
make the loss more talked about But Laws or nir martto'eraTls' : TAHMTD AT Tin bona woihoiiHand dollar
attenuated: till at lelgtlthere will beWhing upon you in my journey, and UMSII' (
le&of then they will become gradually when a great genius is born into the world, ring you, in person, of the .early adinira riMST fEmWH! 01 TIII. iwr.Nn-THIRD tov I'oreomprnatiuntotheelerkde draughts

s invisible. The sun does not shine no brightly -I there is 'no, talk about it. We notice the lion and sincere respect with which I have eats man in tinoflicc of the said surveyor, one

as it used to ; and tno seasons-every great trees that are cut dawn, but we regard the honor to he, dear sir, yours &r,-\\'ALTER C thousand dollars> rarh
body says they are changed. There is a not the saplings that arc springing up Storr.Crabbr' Life bj his Sgn. For [CONIIMTD." ) For additional clerk hire, In order to

great deal of truth in this-there is no denying in their place, Thus we think that we live fahrirx hundred of additional clerk, tenousind bring up the arrears, and for transcribing
MIX loll.rs. .
in sad, degenerate days" and, thus we get he '11"Dott. of Mid office for the purpom -
it. But the worst of the matter is! or EXTIXCCMIIING: FIRE* For additional or clerk hire
into the habit of looking! great men as tcinjioniry of having, them preseraed at the seat
that there is too much truth in it. The evidence upon A German paper, the ,1IorffnalJl.tt, U>'lI- for the eighteen hundred) and thirty |
good for till dead. In the year of ; aliment thousand five hundred
nothing they are two
of the mutation of the Reasons from lions a discovery it stays, has created
four, in order lo carry Into effect time' net
'of the dolturx.
book Proverbs of holomon it is said
youth to minhood i is "o superabundant, (naturally enough, we think:) considerable of the Hfv'ruth of June, eighteen hundred
that a living dog is better than a dead 1 luou ( For .compensation to the in
much .: sensation in This diw surveyor
that, by proving too it prove nothing. Germany Dud thirty two, grauting,tvvolutiunury

Perhaps it may be; hut we do not in U a simple method of extinguishing Florida, two thousand dollar
five thoucnml dfJlar
general: Hcenr to hold this doctrine; indeed For compensation to the clerk in the of-
Between the 1740 and 1750 Horace fire by-means of chopped IIlraI! The 1
years For nrrefirHjes for calorie and i lerk hire
we regard the living as dogs, and the deadulion" ronld fice of ald surveyor, three thousand dollar
Walpole wrote some letters which thing appears no paradoxical, that it
prinlin.IIIIIOllllry. of
I .. / expense procuring For additional clerk hire order to bring
have since been printed and I not have been believed, had it not been for ,
published ; revolutionary records and otlu
I thiifk another of rf't'ntlnll'f'ne'irlC the and !
cause! our looking backon up arrears for troucribng the
have not a now on hand to refer to the experiments made, the principal of
copy ; for the eights hundred bald,
the better be foundin year fif'ltlllfllf'l of office for of
past as on days, may the purpose
which the few haudfiillHof
but I distinctly remember reading in them are followinlA
and \
thirty llwee five thousand dollars.For .
the fact that we are all growing ol'ler. thrown having them preserved at the seat of Gov.entailmentonethouaandflvehuncddollara
lamentation 01 the change: of the seasons.'rho chopped telraWellO a fire.place printing stationary rent
The world is ealwnseaof
not half RO prttty and won-
writer complains that on Midsummerday and tho fire was immediately nnnguishod procuring wnlutionaiy ritordii, und t
derful to us now as it was when we were For enabling the respective IUn'fJoflrnrral
Several bundles of ,
he i is writing by the Aroide ; and he irtraw were other rotitingeiirte in the ofllce of tlieConiIIIISHKHMT
young To a boy, a schoolm:ister is often and covered with to furnish the r,veral land office: ,
''i pottishly III1YIIVe have IUW no summer lighted chopped straw ; of lie Pensions fix,thousand live i
an awful and great personage ; he is regarded bundles of burnt }but the t'Omtnrnf'inllludc'r the credit system with
in this country but what wo get from Newcastle the straw were liundnd dull.lr.|
with admiration miracle of renewed I.t.lp' under the dlrrr-
ama majesty iowi plats,
; and presently aftrr he adds, that chopped straw remained unmjurtd. A
; For the alary of the 4i|>erintriident and! .
and a paragon of knowledge. Old lion of the SmcUr J of the Treasury, in cane
it was not HO when hi was young. Now I bar of red-hot iron was plunged into a heap wakhmen of eke north went CkerotlvebuiUing
think when Horace Walpole WISlng., ilusby knew that, when he kept his hat on I of chopped straw: it did not lake tire, hut tw elve buntiu.'d and fifty dollar where those previously furnUhed have
in the in his school been deCad-tt become
presettceof royalty own or materially Injuri -
Dean Swift was old and the Dean on the contrary, the bar noon got cold 'oP I
; yet tuntllll'nt 1'1 piisesof said budding
room. Out what a different Idea of schoolmasters I by use, fie thouuod dollar
makes the MOM complaint. Bull more curiously Home dry wood wo lighted, and when the Including (u..J. labor oil, furniture, repairs -
I For \
J when to the
we acquire we are romprnvation Secretary
the Cowper. writing about grownup fire 16'81ver1 ardent, the woodwas epee! ,
poet building aif, UMprovoiiK'ntt>f odjointiia ,
man's We all J're" 6IC1l1 all for
to estate to
measure thing by ed with which | pointed by *iga patent
forty years after Horace Walpole makes aonw chopped w.orl'r ground mclwliNg arri.ragri, for
the standard of hind told the
our own feelings s we hueno or granted authorityof
,- : the same complaint lamenting that ndthjer was placed *om other rule and if feel the t'hiud Hiatea, oheecJad of
to by act
# go ; we ourselves out anirrhe per
winters nor summers were such as they nscltobr. powder, only wspsrsted sumofonehuedrrd and four duller'and
Those who are now living, who growing old and wearing out, we from the fire by some chopped tnrw, did seventeen relate for the rent of rooms ocrul inrluiiing March eighteen Iundred; and thirty three,
thlllk that the world iy' old
alldwe"rin of
were children ,then Cowper complained :growing not 'Ignite. The Prussian govemnvni lately >Mt>y the 0.", ,,., fwtnd Bureau, ihneUuMiband arrears imlary.not paid lot
out aniif our eye, dim we eighteen hundred three th.lIl1m
I 'grow and thirty
that the summers were not no hot, nor the I ordered some further xpertinmt: to be two lumdreU and four dollars land m
| think that the sun shines more feebly, than of two thousand It hundred and fifty4ollars.
l1hr .
winters MO cold as they used \o be. do now made, from which it appears that principal esrrtilvt'ii rents.
make the same complaint as he did then. I he was wont to dot and! if our feelings cause of the phenomenon is the humidity For !rilling up be I boMemrnt room r grow obtuse, we fancy there U nothing For compensation to the ComniHsoner of
In the 1813 the summer was rmnark- which from the choppedstraw !
I escapes msruliv
year buiklmg occupied by the War
the world worth caring: for and if we the Public Dulldidgs in Waahington City
I go when ,
I&blyliDe and dry, and all the people beganto to the of andif it become. heated Dtpoftiaent, MX hundred dollar two thouHand dollars. '
scene our boyish> holidays
out on the beauty of what they calle I For
cty cnmpe ll3tton of the rlerk and mew
our boyish feelings do not return to us- For purchase of books for the library of
an okl. fashioned summer. To be sure it ,engtrsfh Ibeoli ..
and fthe
that the is KILlulIcrocx.-Tu: Barbrr IV ( / Secretary of the
we fancy place Badly altered. I Congress five Oiotfsand dollar
was oil faahioaed summer; so are all the remember hearing one of the greatest pup Skeep'tirand. night hundred and For .salary of the principal asktant. Ii-
nuiameri There I is a in Tacit. dollar
passage iw town, who happens unfortunately to beyoked fifty
pies tint ever lived. complain of the conceit i I tirariun, and for contingent expenses of
which describes the climate of this country and adz-ctatFn of men of the with a helpmate addicted to taste tho For contingent expenses of .ad ogee, the library and thrrethouand
\ just as it might be described BOW. I could young present ,b barleybree"which JIil'lIhe indul- two thousand! sum en hundred dollar pay ol-.ellrrl
generation, and say It way not so wren hundred and fifty dollar
quote Latin, but as I have uo particular end when 1 grit In jpite of an that poor Ktrvp can do, For cvI )|llt'n"'lion of the roaiumwiotirri For officers and
was YOUl\g-iJ71dfIJl VtlflUiM rccui>cn auoo to the
to answer in looking learned. I make the i one Sunday late went fo cnurrh, m he, (of the Navy Board, tm thousand five hundred .I clerk' of the mint tea UwuMnd hundred t
extracts from Dr Aitken' translation ofjtielifcofAgricola. ,
: good mail, regularly don,, leaving bill'' dullar dollar
The sky in this country ra >* SCOTT TO CRASSF.-Dear spouse to}aanage the eookib. of a HheepV For coiriprna i is deformed by clouds and frequent rains. I Sir,-lam Just honoured with your letter, roiupenwtiei to aMMfaiti
head broth, a favorite dish of hi.. Durmg of the Navy Ilourd, two the mint and
hut the cold M never extremely rigorous.. which gives ins the more sensible pleasure his absence two worthies nine into the tiiotiMnil do'l! ,irK departments of wages r
The MOil! though Improper for the olive since u has gratified a wish of more \ of laborers employed in the various opera'ion -
house with For rompcnsation the druiifhl
OB a visit aDd had a track ) tli. to elerbti
and vine, and other production warmer than twenty.years' standing. It is, I think, good wife m Waiting men aatfnieiwrarerlntheoffireoftlHronvmnfeioiitrs of the ..tAbithllHlltt, including, onetliotijund
they were lung
; eel dollar for of awls-!
rlimite u fertile and suitable for fully that time since I wan, for great part iheMlary an
corn. of the
the morsel Im the and evinceda i Navy Board, eight thousand
savoury pot,
taut and thonatna, hundred
Growth u of a very winter the inhabitant of askaj cr ,one
quick, but maturation slow both snowy violent inclination to be better acquaintedwith i four hundred and fifty dollar
the i an old house in the in of doll: H for hi* service* and expense*, during
from a count
name cause, the great humidityof country, its Fee rontingent of the offtreof'
contents. Knowing the goal wife'slaite cxprrwe
v i-.it to Europe M Whale of the mint In
poetical study admirably
that of
the ground and There so very hke your the
atmosphere. in liquor they a dram I CoIBIDIIt"IOOf'rwufthe Navy Boar one
proposed ,
order to examine ia the
new, can any tUia* be plaioer than that! pmniH Young Lad', that I could which she blithe as a linty, volunteered logo I thousand eight hundred dollars.Forndary tn-urment of the cfrtaia proMwca
end yet we talk about the changes of the hardly help iaying'Tbat's meTwheii Iiwasrealingthe tomNo sooner was alas gone boa her of the i-uperrnicndent of ihe thou4JU cjghtJivndred pteciow and netala, twenty dollar .

nelsons as if the yea was worm oat, and all I book to my family. Among two guesta emptied the pet of the beep's southwest I executive building, and the tweet

things! were going wrong. There always the very few books which fell under head, and, with a remorseless Appetite{ ,watchman, rifhlhtndred and fifty dollar*. For* incidental and
have been occasionally very hot summers, ray hands wan a votonte or two of Do4 le1" For contingent of said building. eonliDCBl expetw
proceed to devour ;
it. After It-me satisfied eipen and
I rtDslrm, cost eG trur6i. f.ff allowance -
Anaual RellIUr..one of contained "
and occasionally very cold wiaters. Nineteen wbleh I Including feel oil of buildhg.rngine
their repairs -
hunger theybethnuOtthewwives
"r, waaU Jn gold 1M ailver. esjinaMof
copious extracts from The and |.
here fair
years ate a on the I
| Ahnproteinentoftbe gruuud"
hew their .
they eoaceaJ depredation -
' Th tines That winter was not the rule it I| The Library' particularly the conclusion ,' and seeinf night one of the -....,'. t Ihree tboanaaxl three hundred and fifty dl1I I Ian.the,mint, twenty thoyoad.and ilty do*>
of book be'' first .f the
was the exception. Whatever change former, lAd M ei- I tau
block, aetzed upon it, and plunged it law For compensate lo the Governor,Judge;


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t Secretary of the Michiinn Territory, sourl=,per act of eighteen hundred and tan NAPensa of,July 2Y, 1834. S TH UNITED STATES.
thousand ,
reran eight hundred dollars. ty two, which act and supplemental oneooui
I For contingent expenses of the Michigan March, eighteen hundred and thii 1'0 PROPOSALS be received$ this Qftke untilthe 11th dtjof August" IN pursuance of law, I, ANDREW
J I / s Territory, three hundred an1 flfty ..dollars If three,'are herebjf continued in force fo04ft it S' AED oM. for the following materials to''' be delivered at the Navy JACKSON,< President of the United
: \t' For compensation tad mileage of the ? year from the Brat of October next, i in.. alt ad at 12 o'clock: the unal N. R4f1t4 Lumber teexlVed.ength. States of.America, do hereby declare anj
uuuMn of the Ug Watjve Council, t'ay of eluding and nexpended balance of forme if"I Yard to W.gtbject to '(nspectioa ., ,, idtb. Thlckne.. make known, that Public Sales u ill be heldat

lw officers of the Council, flu-l, srmfon:iry, appropriations of eight hundred and ninety to I 31' II 8 the following Land Offices in the Territory .
ant printing, of the Territory of Michigan, two dollars and seventy two cents, th e 4Pieces ,. 31 10 8 ol.'lorida. at the period designated,
eleven thousand' four hundrel and Curty sum of five thousand one hundred and set ,4 Do. 2tJ 9 8 for the sale of the undermentioned land,

eight dollar, on dollars and twenty eight cents 4 po 26 10 8t to wilt
j For arrearage for compensation and m For contingent expenses and office reno 4 Do.: IS 8 8 At'the Land Office at Tallahassee, on
4 longs of the members of the Legisative (said board, five hundred dolhrs: 4 Do 12 8 RIItJ the First Monday in December '11'.1'1. far

Jf' t... Council of Michigan Territory, pay ofo For contingent expenses of said board fo 18 Do.Do.- U 8 3 the disposal of the public lands within tie

fleers of the Council, fuel, station-try, am eighteen hundred and thirty four, Includtni, no. : 1f4 4 3 undermentioned townships, and fractional
printing. tit the year eighteen hundred and compensation to the' ageol employed t 42 16 8 1-2 townships\ to wit :
I t thirty three, four thousand seven hundred convey annual report of tire board to th e, 2 Do.Do. i 1g 15 71.2 North of the base line, and West of the

;. and twenty five dollar and thirty five cents seat government, including also expen i Do. i1 12. 16 162'J meridian :
i For compensation to the Governor, set incurred by commissioners in takin) 2'J Do. Aare, 10 153OOJecl Township 1 of range 5.

Judges/ and Secretary of the Arkausu testimony, and for payment of balances o Plank .. 16 18 I 14 Townships! i and 2, of range 8.

,Ternary, including additional compensation claims admitted one course of settlemenat t Flooring Do. 12 7 1 1.4 Townships and 2, of ranges 9, 10, 11.,
t. ;; lo the Judges: under the act oft wen. the Treasury, one thousand nine hun 61X111ltllxl 16 12 114 12 13 end 14.Township .

Beth of April, eighteen hundred and thirty tired and Jhi/ty eight dollars and sixty twc Plank Do. :l'J 12 2 I, of range 15.
\ ; I two, at eight/ hundred dollars each, from cent/ U .' 2'J It 2 Township 1, of range 16. '
the sixteenth of March, eigteen hundred For stationary: and books for the office s 10th' Township 1, of range 28.
and thirty three, to first December of of loans thousand 3 Fractional 1 and township S
thirty com m issioner one tw 0 Timber L 17 g. township! ,
: eighteen hundred and thirty four, thirteen! hundred dollars; 40 Pieces ,. U 9 3 of range 29.TownKhiplll.

:" s thousand. live hundred and thirty three dol. For registers for ships and vesselsandbits I 40 Do.Do. 16 8 3 2, 4 and 9, of range 30.

I lars and thirty three cents. of crews, two thousand: three hundreddollars. I 40 1 13 8 3 Townships 2, 3, 4 and ft. of range 31.
I For incidental e s of the Legisla i 100 Do. 26 9 is 7 6 North of the base line, and Eaxt of the meridian -
I tire Council of lair Territory, per act ol For the discharge! of such miscellaneous I 4 Do. 18 Ih.7 6n :

twenty fourth May, eighteen hundred and claims against the Unltnd States, noijother 4 Do.Do' 3j 9e7 5 Township 2, of range 13.
t t' twenty eight/ omitted last year, seven him I wise provided for, as shall be ascertained 4 : J. 2 26' 4 3 Townships 1 and 2; of range 14.
; I) I dred and twenty dollarsTp and admitted in due course of settlement ul t 120 Do 20 (6 j 3 South of the base line, au4 East of the meridian

I I defray the expenses compiling and the Treasury, twelve thousand dollars. 8:' D'a. c 2'l 4 3 :
h printing the laws or the Territory of Arknn Fur the salaries of the Ministers of the ,25 I}o. 2& 5 4 That part of township 11, situated North

i'I' _, ass, under' the direction and United Slates to Great Britain, France 1 no. Ra' 16 5 4 and West of th?Suwannee river,of range 1 1.
dence of the Governor of said Territory, SlaiN! and Russia, thirty six thousand dolFffrthe 2 Do. 0 10 8 5 At the same place in continuation com
.three thousand dollar8.I I,,' f. Do. g.\ 20 8 5 mencing on the Third Monday in Dfffin-
.I For contingent/ expenses of AfTmnsa* salaries, of the secretaries: of legatiorf 4 Do. r.! 15 9 5 her next (tor the disposal of the public
5 Do.
, Territory, three hundred and fifty dollar. to the same places, eight thousand : Do. II 9 5 lands within the limits of the undermen
: Fot compensations to the Governor, dollars. l'l 9 5 tioned townships, and fractional townships, a
Iii P Judges, and Secretary of the Florida Territory For salaries of the Charges, -des Affaires 4i Do.Do 13 9 5b0 to wit :

including additional compensation to Portiisrul! Denmark; Sweden Holland, feet or Hoards from 16 to 18 101014 1 South of the base line, and Went of the mo-
per act of twenty sixth! May, eighteen bun- Turkey. Belgium. Brazil, Buenos Ayres ridian:
!slate of good quality.
i deed ahd thirty,,of eight hundred dollarsto Chili Peru, Mexico Central America, and 20,000 Square Fractional township 1, of range 8.

\ .. the Judge of the superior Court of the Sew Grenada, fifty eight thousand! five hun The first! Delivery to be u follows, viz.- Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, ofranoo9
eastern district of said territory, eleven dred dollars. ,
The 40 Pieces 17 feet long 9.by 3
thousand three hundred dollars.H For the of the the le- if t
: salary. DragomAn to 40 Do 15. do. 9 "y 3 wnshipa1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8and9,
Fnradditional compensation fur the yea r ;ration of the United States to Turkey, andt of I0.Townships
Do. 13" do. 8 by 3 range
I eighteen Ju. hundred and thirty three, to th t rr contingent expenses of that legation, six J2 aJ Du. 21do.. 4 by 3 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 6, 7, 8, 9 and
Igea of the superior courts of the eastern. thousand five hundred dollars. 10. of 11.Towhshipsl .
do. 9 8 range
Do. 31 by
I and southern districts of the Florida Terri For outfits of a Minister of the United 4 Do. 26 do. 9 by 8 2, 3, 4, 5, <6 J, 7, 8 and 9,
I I tory, one thousand( sag hundred dollars, i in I Sates to Russia, and a Charge: des Affair 4 Do 15 do. 8 by 8 of range 12.Townships.

: lieu. of an appropriation of last year of one, to Buenos Ayres, Chill and fyazil, twenty 18 Do. 12, do. 8 by 8 1, 2.,3. 4, 6 and 6, of range 13. f
thousand dollars, for "addi two thousand five hundred dollars. and S of 14
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4 range
I tionil The whole to be delivered on or before the 3bt August, 1833.
compensation of two of the said I For contingent expenses of nil the mi s- Township 1, and fractional townships 2,
WILLIS Agent.NA1'1
Judges" of the Florida BYRD C. Navy
Territory. sinns abroad thousand dollars.
thirty 3 and 4 of 15.
f'' range
!, For contingent/ expenses of the Florida I For the la\arie\ of the ftgcnti for claimi AUE T'j OFJ'lc.'ErPensacola Township 1, and fractional township 2, ;;
Territory three hundred and fifty dollar at London aid Pans, four thousand dollars, July 29, 1834. J of range 16.

For compensation and mileage of the I For the expenses of intercourse with the PROPOSALS will be received) at this Office until the 11th day of August!t At the Land Office at St. Augustine, on ,

members ofthe Legislative Council of Florida Mediterranean Powers, twenty four thou. SEALED: 12 o'clock, M for the following materials to he delivered at,the landing for r the Second Monday in Derembrr nest, for .of

II N ,, pay fuel officers, and servenis of the Council acid four hundred dollars the New Hospital, on or before the 31st day of August next and to be subject to the usual the disposal of the public land within the 'u'
I stationary, and printing, nine For the relief and protection American inspection. No Rafted Lumber received. limits of the undermentioned townships",
t thousand one hundred and seventy three seamen in foreign countries, thirty thousand Length. Width. Thlckncs. and fractional townships, to wit:
dollars and
twenty four cents dollars.! 18 Piece Timber, 8 Square, 12' 18 Itt North of the base line, and East of the meridian -
for the -
arrearages compensation and For the contingent expenses foreign 2 Do. I U 19 U :
mileage of the members of the Legislative Intercourse, thirty thousand do'Ivs! 100 Do. 13 8 3 Fractional townships 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5,
Council of Florida pay of officers and! servants For compensation and l of an agent -
expenses 4 Do. 20 D 5. (East of St. Mary's river,) of range 23.
of the council, fuel, stationary, printing to I 11U"a.JJ: to :-ure the archives of'lorida
pro 6 Do. 18 8 3 Townships, 2, 3, 4, and Fractional town
and the distribution of the laws fur the four thousand five hundred dolars. -
4 Do. 31 10 8 ship 5, of range 24.
year eighteen hundred and thirty three, 8 Du. 3J 10 8 Townships, 2 and 3, of range 23.
two thousand seven hundred and nineteen [TO BE CONTINUED] .
2 Do 32 10 8 Township I, of range 2(5.(
dollars .
and fifty cents. x: 10 8 Fractional 1 2 3 and 4 of ;!
-- --- .2 Do. s ,30 townships ,
For .a
allowance law
to agents and assistant PORT OFPE.Y8JCOL.iintrlUgmce. 4 Do. So 16 9 8 range 27.Fractional.
counsel, under the acts for the settlement ,14' Do.. IS 0 8 townships 1, 2 and 3, of
t of private land claims In Florida fWCltf.u< 8 Do. 18 14 3 range 28.Fractional. <
f 4t I including arrearagea, nine thousand eight '40 Do. ... 15 4 3 townships l, 2 and 3, of range 1
hundred ,
:; and seventy fire dollars. Arrived since our tott., 1500 Feet of Plank, '. 17 7 I 14 29

:.pI For Ompensation to the chief Justice Schooner Emblem, Baker, Apalachicola .400 Do. .' Ie 7 11.4 South of the base line, and East of the meridian
I' I the Associate Judges, and district Judgesof Schooner Mary Jape. Marshal, Mobile. 600 Do. 13 13 1146W : '

the dollars.U. 8. eighty' one thousand four hundred Schooner, Dart, }olden, Key Wl'tlt- Do. lIS t2 11.4 That part of township 11.] (East of the ,; I

Cargo-to order. Suwannee river,) of range 14. k
For the expenses: of printing the records 62 Pieces Timber 17 10 3 Townships 10, 11 and 12, of range 15.
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I' .. of for the the! Supreme term of Court of hundred the United and States, DymI: .&131UiN 5. 26 Do. 17 S 3 Towashipg, 11 and 12, of range 16.
eighteen thirty M Do. 19 8 3 Townships 10, 11, 12 and 13, of range 17.
four three thousand dollars. Itkttioit. 130' Do. 4 e 13 8 3 Townships 6, 7 and 13, rf range 18. s.
For the salaries
of Justice and Associate
+ chief "- SATURDAY the 16th Inst. at 12 4 Do. 22 8 IS Townships 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 & 13, of range 19.
: of the District of Columbia )
and of he Judges Judges of the Orphans' Courts, ON o'clock, will be sold, on account of 100 Do. .. . i 33 7x5 4 3: TovfniibijMi 20. 1, 2, 3, 8, 6, 7, 8 and 13, of
bo. 42 8x6
of the said District nine thousand five hundred Fort Morgan, at Mobile Point, the fast sailIng 4 range
dollars. Sloop HUNTSMAN, tackle andappa- 8 Do. So .27 12: 2 Townships 1, 2, 3, 6, land 8, .rnnge21..
100 Do. a 14 4 3 That portion of township 1 South of St. M
rel order and well to the
For the Gen in good adapted
compensation Attorney 3W Do. a 12 4 3 Mary's river, and townships 2 3 4 5 6
flack trade. be ,
eral of the United States four thousand dolt Inventory can. seen on application -
t Tara to the Auctioneer. Terms cash. 2 'Do. n 18' ::5 .3. 7 and 8, of range 22.
B. VANUAUN Auctioneer. 100 Do. .. 18 4 3 That portion of townships 1 East of St.
For to the clerks in the .f. ,
compensation August 9 No. 2l.NO'I'lrG l2In Feel of Plank, 22 U 2 Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, 4, ft, 6, '
: lee of the Attorney.General hundred
eight 1500 Do. Boards, 1M 10 IUUXJ 7 and 8, of range 23. t

.. dollars. > Do. 18 12 1 Townships 1, 2, 3, :4, 5, 6, 7 and 1or, '
For in said office five hundred
;\ messenger 16 1 I
dollars. THE PEWS of CHRIST CHURCH, 1tk10 Do. 16 to 18 range 24. f'
I For of said office ., will be rented for the ensuing lN.xJl10 Bricks 9 t 1-4 2 1-2 Townships 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, of
I. Are hundred contingent dollars.expenses. year, on Monday the 1 lib inst nt 10'clock 4000 Feee ol Boards,, (Merchantable: ) ,15 12 10 14 I range 25.Frarlio.al.
1 A. M. By order of the Wardens 200) Do. Do. S 18 16 1 township 1, of range of 29.
the of the
decisionaof compensation the to Court Reporter thousdollars. and Vestry. I\xx\ Feel of Plant, (Heart) 16 12: 1 14 Each wile will be kept open for two

'I, Supreme one THOS. M. BLOUNT.Pensacola 340. Post, of Cyprelll,, Cedar, Juniper, weeks, and the lands reserved! by law for

I For compensation to the District Attorneys August 9th, 18JL No. 22 or Light-wOOd, to be 10 inches at} U I the use of schools, or for other purposes,
and the but and.7 at the top, otherwise will be eluded from rale.
Marshals u granted law in-
>, chiding those in the several Territories, \\\10r\\\\1 tic Peiisuco\a. not received. Given under my hand at the City of Wash
:om Feel oC Boards heart .. 12 10 1 this
thousand ( ) f ington of July A. D.
twelve seven hundred dollars. NOTICE. I
am do. Plant do. 18 6 2 1831. ANDREW
I For defraying the expenses of the Supreme on the 2mb of June, 1830 S
J ,I ,'Circuit and District Courts of the WHEREAS was passed providing N. B.-The undersigned reserves 10 himself the right to snake a separate By tar Prel'idmt.

I U. States, Including the District ofd:olum "that whenver in the opinion of the Contract for all the pieces of eight square timber In ibis and the foregoing Ihll. ELIJAH HAYWARD,

lint ales four Jo..n and witnesses, maid,' "any Banquette sleet d f COR Mayorj. ______ BYRD C. WILLLS, avyAgent. Commissioner 9 of the General Land QfcsAugust
of the funds arising from fines,penalties uud "netrl to repaired, it shall be lawful for

forfeiture, Incurred in the year eighteen "the Mayor, on ernng thirty days notice 30TlESERTED Dollars Reward. "BttttV. of reUt \\ o\\\, Fur Vials

''t hundred and thirty four, and preceding to the owner of the lot in front of which from the Marine Depot, A DWELLING HOUSE in Pensacola.

1111: years I and likewise for defraying the expenses cuch defective Banquette may be, or to' A/ Tartar Point,aces Pensacola,'Florida, STOCK FOR SALE.rplIEexptriuiciitofaUANK. Tins House is large and v
'! of suits in which the United Statesare II hu agent, to proceed to repave such Banquette on the "April, 1834, Private in Pensa-
concerned, and.01 ptOMCiition* fur offences U and to enforce the payment of REUBIN GEORGE, of )Marines aged 32 -% cola has been faithfully tried, and the a I on the ground floor,

C committed against the United Slates, such expense incurred in making such years 5 feet 10 l-'inches high, ha/el eyes, tint lib months' operations proving that it and being one story and a half 1

: I and for the safekeeping of prisoners, two II repMrs, in the same manner as is provided dark hair, dark complexion, and by profession will! be both a useful Institution for the high, together with a Kitchen and other
I hundred and lixty thousand dollars. II in the aforementioned Ordinance for en, *Mldier. City, and yield fair profits to Ihe Stockholders out-buildings. It Is favorably I,

I For the payment sundry ptmlontlgran- forcing the payment for the construction I From the same pI the I the Subscriber i* now willing and. Miliatrd necessary for the sea breere. The owner
I I ted by special acts of Congress,one thousand of new B.equelttl.And, whereas, a of May, 1834,Pmal 'jlffN W. WU.soJ, anxious to dispose a limited amount ol f wktH hy the nle fir this property ruM
I three hundred4nd fifty dollars. number of Hapquetten require to be repalr- of Marine, axed 2& years five feet foul the Stock among the citizens, so as to inducea a small sum of Terms half cash
For the support and maintenance of. light ed I and made n w-.Therefore., all owners and a half inches high, grey eyes, brown local interest in its operations.. The a- and the balance money. Enquire at
by mortgage.
t !I I Louses, floating lights, bear.ona'UO- ), and and agents of lots on Sarrugossa, on Uobl- hair, W room flexion, and by occupation mount paid in, is. fourteen dollars on each I this office.' -

jttakcages. Including the purchase of lamps, I erno on Intendentta, on Tragona" on previous to enlistment a Shoemaker M ho. share, whole amount 824,.TOO. There ill August 2 No 21
cdl keepers' salaries,, 'repalnant improvements Pali fox, on lUylen and on Barcelona-streets, em will apprehend either or both of the oe a call fur Eleven) Dollars on each Share
and contingent expenses, two hun- are hereby required to cause the' ndnquettesin above named Privates and deliver them ut payable the 1st of January 1H35, giving for JSlaU :\rruugeu\tv\t. ,

dead and fifty one thousand seven hundred front of earn of their premise) to be repaired this or any ether Military Pont in thu United the operation of next year fc'50OUO capital. Leave Pensncola Sunday at 6 A. M.

and twenty. six dollars and seventyninecents. or constructed or before the 25th States, shall receive Fifteen Dollars There will be further calls after that time Arrive at Blakely Sunday A P. M.
I I day of bcptember next,in default of which, each and all reasonable expenses (iiaid. as the necessities business may "Julre. Leave Blakely on Tuesday 8 A. M.
For the salaries of registers and receivers the Mid lJanqutt'"will be constructed in THOMAS A. LINTON The amount of Stock now offered will be or as soon as the Norther Mail arrives.
I .. flf land offlres where their are no sales, conformity with the above recited Ordi Capt. Commanding disposed of at par, and for all transferred Arrive at PensacolaTue.dsy 8 P. M

three thousand Ore hundred dollars nance. July ft, 1834. 6t No. 17 during the months of July and August, dividend Leave Pensacola Thursday 6 A. M.
For surveying 'pnbfle lands, and for fllI Given under my hand at Pen
\bli Thing permament and eonspieous" laud 1834. C. EVANS, Mayor.August requested to insert the above MX times, The Subscriber! is satisfied from past ex- Leave Blakely Saturday 8 A. M.
mark on the dlldlnlhe State of Indianaa 9 No. & :and forward the fecount to this office. perience, and from calculations of future or as soon as the Northern Mail arrives.

4 t Illinois at some suitable point near take NOTICE- operations; that the Capital employed wiU Arrive a Pensacola Saturday 8 P. )I.
FOR SALE n the
Iichlgun, in addition to the unexpended Episcopal dividend of 8
PEW yield lieU
hal per cent per annum Eastern and TaUoAoMM.
",nse 6f former of Administration m the Es Apply to
appropriation, sl\ty LETTERS at least safe business
upon transactions. Leave Pensacola Sunday and
thousand ALLEN deceased having -
Tot hone who wish
more particular Wednesday! 6 A. M.-
Fur ..u"eylol.Ortlor ofpaWte lands been granted by the bun the County June 28 No. 16
\ knowledge of the Bank
and satisfaction Arrive at Cedar bluff Wednesday
in the HauthweHierB Court of Ericambia County to the undersigned
put of the State of Mis- Saddle \lorse in regard to its soundness, he w ill refer and Saturday 12 noon. ,
i -iuri !which the Indian title was extinguished all person indebted to the estate Sale..
to Mewn. H. flyer J. Jerrison Jr. Laave Cedar
I In eighteen hundred and thirty two, are required to make immediate payment, first rate YOUNG Charles C. Keyser Ceo. W. Wednesdayand
Harkley Saturday 12 noon.
and lho horn the e.tlee, indebted to
twenty thousand dollars. c to w
( years ) Hanson Directors *
fl35r Kelly, ttllJl1tI tutJon. Arrive at Penaatola
For the salaries of their ,claims within the
4 two keeperaof the pub present traveller and remark-
Mr. JAMM CATUH, CashiaPs duly authorized Saturday 8 P. ...
scribed bylAw otherwise this notice will
well gaited, warranted to make transfer *f Stock) and HANSON KELLY P. M.Extntt \
be pledcd in bar of their reeover :_
*MrFor sound Said Horse could be made Ib work
those wish
who to
will make
4 eorapetMationto-to the ROBT.,MITCHELL.Administrator.. 10 purchase, ap
recorder two harness when necessary. Apply to plication to him. aom IPDlamrau:- ,
eommlsNionert, and translators; for the fl- ALDEN A. M. JACKSON. WALTER
aa1.adjustment of private land claims in Mi- Pensacola: August 15th, 1834. 2V- fcn. May 12 No. U July 6 4 No. 17 AT THIS OFFICE.*




t I We.th nk the writer of the following con ,\lcehbrirsu: satisfaction noMsrnciblsu I shah lay down their arms at the ..ration'It d it ion, He is permitted to work and 1
I \ luck shall be pomieU out to ihun.AltlilLtt take his meals m the Micty e>f sonic i
r PB.\'S.lCIJ/AI. i municluion, for reminding us of a subJect pcrdkl ,por el distinguido comport!
:: tf I others, \in his van sta ,et e>( iniprovrDient, t
I I to which the attention of the ship ow at" mieuto con quo w ban conducklo ede t u AU relmeut4.nd holies of troops noiu the iiumbct not tu f A .fi'U: te n, who at night
_8\limqA\, 9, : of the Tailed States a.s well ss the govrn'inent llegula: a cite pals. Jkitre: lot expres.ukMejuaiuvs : ) the len ice ot the usurper, chew ..t'lherUlIIIIP rclntn to their solitary eMU, \\ ben together -

We Wl' their urns, hurllClt, and aniinuntion ,. their Inn i count and l intsnor: ere,
awakened ( ContadcrDi
congratulate our tlll7.elupon the! cannot be too early : se encueotra fl ,
I shill IS.MCI full) elutbaud and return i to of count, narrow I) wiiulnl! ly a judte -
prospect of an extensive improvement In I mean the superior advantages of. builJir \ntevisdequien sibiamoscstaU priectando their Uonus\: under ti:>e. putiail ly V-UIcILinl tons person w ho, "llhe <,tine. t 1111\1'' guts

tho condition of our street*, which la. held. and repairing vessels here But 1I1 is a sot I II ) uu establecimiento de entiunj:\ I the bciie&t: vf this aumasty. tlrm inotriictiiin\ mid tn tini.Mn <.nl }

out b)' the advertisement of the Mijor to I I ject whose importance entitles it to more publics en csta (uuiad ; y como conoceim I tt hole tie I ies..l slur toll ai nnitunl eetri.p
I I Garr, Juno 8, tion the r r-l to Ilion lIf abul'ill q the in.lulge -
than the which I claw de fundicionM llf va of 1 1Jitoelfotmar
be found in this day's paper It Is true passing notice w e can r> line csta pun ,
I 'Py the llntwh ship llaiilerdc la llarb; 'nee, is folio esl b) IU o'NiniM>n, amid
that we are not exposed here, to all the in- stow upon it here and which shrill then'- hijos virtuosos a ilutrlcolruulad.ulll d.i. hick came I into port ia"t nijftit{ 1I11"lIr I the roihict\ ads, ImiiHlf thrown b.tek a

convenience growing out of a want "(1 fore, receive emr attention in a future nun ., rui: diflcil/ rmpt'e1ll110 dud' d,iv's Iron Lisbon.* we learn Hut Dun Clir. III a stt'. not \tIII his solitary nil ntaiii,

proper attention Jo the streets which I her At present we will iiKrel)' add I to I mot hubicra lieu tlo por la ('nIJIIIC"llll\! l h.s vv itli u suit of In)persons: uibarke-d fKnirlaul welt) e'e>orse' fare and without e tai o)the iiI,
: : ut Mlle rrama i, on the It commonly experienced in other what ha )>ccn so appropri.ttel) slid by our did \'lespejidis: lutes que manifesto s. I.qiie I.. ,
Juno board oil he ilrush' which he has shown tint, he wa.s lulettit t
We hive no mud In this resin! [ tWM'-1 correspondent( .that it seem* a strange poj j le traramos, tie terra, ha empcniulo e'.1' I Doncgil.oa: Don Migutl<< also w 1I1an-or'1 to U I\h< .ince'd. 1 his infi'nor |grit ie! 'ge,

a perfect Piradi But except w pno.. hey 10.ullpropuate money the manner: i in' nuestta grstuid para prvtc.tiede. tjtialgundu ,"II uf hill British .M-justy's frigate Stag, "ith I h" tnl\: '', If In hiKwes, alI\' ) Ivo('. timid n t\: >-

per paint have been taken with our mdv which sums havcbccnappropriatidfor Ih'l : so vine acosido pot lit totuhl.. the IUlenlll lilt currently reported! of gi 0- guile to his first coiuutu u as w lien !lie elite -

'a:ks, they are in a wretched cOl\dltion'-1 completion if the Navy Yard at this place.., stierte, tamo Mr. AnicMis crones, ( rccinirndiblc ing to Ital l)', i red tho etnt lisbmrnt reruns One he may
MADRID, June 8, i tnitrge ng'tm' vxlmievi he pleases; everystep
Our banquette timbers are just broad p- Il.ttllhl'l aggregate amount of all the \ funilit: sunipr que sr dip The following i IlIlIn extract from a cnei I" his| 1"\n tiking

nough to tempt the pedcplriui to try Ills l'roprliltioh", which have from time to ItP-I' elrgir cats a
skill lot preserving his balance upon Ihf'm,1 I been made for this object, been given i III.. ran en il un f ran numero At ceeiu.t' S qi ) I'U that the rutitication of the treat)' bused" 1 has other adv ant:IJM! U'siete"s his im

though b)' fir too narrow to admit of hill I once, the Navy Yard would now be con los recibirin: con los braos aHertos rum h..." lien tle.lut.tn niid hef allies. took proved' dill, \t bids Is lustier thin if the he fare
will t > nllowed, can
the 31st he ,
I u! itMii 1111/ city i inking (evan before dinner time) more: pletc In-itc 11 1 of which, it h:is ocen dole quo di"frutrn en su !'enlo goec ic! ursoeutlal > lst! I, ut lie same tune rommun to walk ut morn \4rulitabieeinplotntents' [ ,

than three or four steps, upon them ithnt out with a HUM'r'it tale and scarcely an)' hire \ filmtrnpica quo sale! apri cute the Int"IUl"II'O just mmud by the, unit KTICVf his sum in (the torn of tools.

danger of spraining his ankles, by steppir limit rould t c done The appropriations i of liar clur4.duo merits giAtinnunt the pretenders have wile, books, or ,. wbitever pleases, meat snjdrink
row I I,ml>oiiunUur of Urliinh vcseise h> l'\l'\rnl al u--e, iMptrd : or hate
awry. Again, there is always a qut'.tion one year: it is true were HI*'rltl l, and gai!! M '( war, convoy the surllus| added<< to the stet k w huh 1011 laid ,

of precedence arising when two j>tri-oi promise, of nn energetic prosecution of ttlf' [/VonAO.. /fr, .//yTt: ) ] 'I MIHIJMV: Jf lr fbrfr, of the 2tllh i e of nil' for his dis barge, His hc.rs of ultimateiibcrt

meet If they happen to be a Imli pugn: work MiteriulswirecolUctrd! quantit) Ili '( :'i'AN i'I' .N :\\'b uo\i :PAIN} MH\, con loll 1\4 the loilo iii(<: A courts' I }' nrfciicotiriifcd with judgment but

ciously disposed, it is easy to councive Ihal correspond i ng with the expectations whit Itf Hti'tiirt f Itun ('at'l i lit titter nlli'wi-d to bewnkencel -
-6,irreiuln' oT'Ihf MifutlJf cruwAn ins., .it halt paat four, and unable e. i t that this fun: l C'I.r'1I nulie din rids
hid r eenrxcited Hut ,
tail brittle the I. thegr isp w as tighter i itl I '
commodity public : .
and that !
pence ideisiliutlhefoilres.suf( htniseli alone, purtia'ity,
extra abort of the Dun 10 tie !111.11" '"ill 10 our II' : 'am'l upon
exceedingly liable to be broken and if -ilu' purse Mrinjs were drLwn-thue: no, supplies us w ith dates from llaircloinp I |1'1'IIoInr: has surrcodarrd to the Npunu : and favour, t\lIlll1l1\\anl'f'. and IndulgeIHX

they should be affected with a iriflnge'cess : : was no money to pay woikmtn, to the bib of June and (1'1I1Q La..u; "I' : ic uus. \'thes: uUlioirphthe guvsinur hud see.. nil \ll1l'rlJI" oI l the 1,1 ,1"11."
to the 16th of thus same inoiiihIhn I n and In the citadel all IL'\:1l1led his ut Hi. .e 'Inn' is: u t stun which MICRIM|
of courtesy they are liable to bo t'qlial-i TIJ the IJitc oflhf Gate'te
advices. pull lad in the dual" u Uliiignrs to surrender had upwu-d a paIn from en ag i'g f'f iichnring' the "III'I by
ly sufferers in the attempt tf get ont i m flf Sin-I observed the other day, in you Kttraordinuiia onhiiturdi) the :list 011 wuh the troops em theoubjicti it He: direct'' Irrtetitm fll| pain or Mtflering"" lie

one another's way, The proposed inprovement noticing\ the departure of the tT. S IIhip May; ( last are fuliv com rmul, '1'be* Purti ; |is, i'tcl that the nnJillon hits, l>y thus tine' mm i 1'"III..h him,i'II, If IP jl lenses, ly te-

will give us seven feet to \'r I aid ilia, (rom this port for Norfolk, tlIIII I guesequestion, uurmuelyconrect: <<: d wit I talc u, place; hie-ingirmt the Inh.Jl"unltl hltld luriinilin soliu tidy :uuht auv fair ; and be
of 1"lwIIIIIJ", to throw' the door i I t"I promote himself tn en,VderM>li ci the already may
tho open
complete loiucation gnu
and haul i p
the ft' of the of this tow II
upon i lings good people i
I Ii Loth nt 'I 1 Ins list privtlrer isus !
i8 at J.III' retu>h.l. Accordiag to tho dri" I Ihegusernnientforces. the pretti fort and e'mox' till
Extract from a letter tip gentleman i 1 In as w Ill liS ) our own, opptarid to be; II\ltrU.; i patches, for,vat dtd to the ore'n tar)' of"tJIC ,INK e'. .eni It.J b>, the Spanish' troops, larepuuaillo important us tuw in |,eiii'tiiiir dii-cl-

this dated u Boston tied at the !idea\ of our SquaJnmV Kt'king 1\ :and the war 111'parll.lent. b) the t.t.un.ral .\UcvttuUtga, fur tho purumi I'lmej and atlair.c-d) in the manner Mr
city J11y 9th, 1S.1I more Northern lurl>our, dunug the slur- I chief of thA army, uad" "all.t'! the 271h! taking sbrp-beard." 1.l\in); MI |pet per s's. it 'I/UII' that) the
-4'ln the 3 I'f.lk 0 fire inS'ateMreet\: I \ tub otter'. grenlei, rirotexiiygninsttctiueiingniliiritstomforiaVlr !
:and of thi :3 lib of Mat, together vv
mrrmonths' to moid hurricines '
iserscongenial "
day: :it t 8 o'clock the mercury indicate I lhcMnoticis! \ icit'ivtd bv tin lourmniiiDon [AowfAe.V 1', tVwmrf Knqrurtr"; ) ; cnn se arcs'ly id)'ject to il.
to a tropical climate It U tri i e ,.hi IKtiil'ailos to lint IrntfMr, Archer of Mrg'ma. Ihl' .... .
wi ere -
. &1i ; : at 11 9*. and t2P, M, a little c Miguel a: "
I \er 1(1)( )," that j uu did not attribute: that as tin* tot lelt Kvon on the 3Utu uf flat( .-th'l r'llu\t'r ('h,imnuii of ihu Committeemen !'ore'igh ... Eta Till' I'lSKUt.LA UiZITlt:

precaution on tho part of the Departmer to take hh pi'inp a* "*u.is mid the 1.llIdIt latmns, whuieiclending! the appreprnilic\ MH FOIK'n-1'bu full wing Hlit/an w ttf
Di 'Gtnc ', I AUra li:.ilky .nth I huge torti-d to "aid foe' u Minuttt tcAU-xiio, hlade th.i folio i e
>i Vi ihur T'II'tlm and John in ordering the squadron to the North dm i published, M"me* tune' MIIIT in une,tbrr paper
'stHlionx, mid ,iccon'|' ihiitl In I (hi ir fanaily mi ulcers alioll It is supposed' by nun''" ,
Riikm, in bclulf of Ihl! Amencen AntSUverv ing w haw called lies sickly! season Iud for till" ma niiiiilatttlfoiiii, UH the author hail no 011a
and hnus'lies) 1> 'n Migi: el\ s inx'jsvi'i ito thus tin IP is a iu goijMion nuiuling
Society," pub'tely! disclaim!: ado hurricane:' months ; but gave ) our reader'' have snrn'n,It'rc
sire to promote or encourage Inlf'rmrriag"\: good reason to believe, that the ship so' ordered of Ihl' Duke Ir Hraijin/ti. as will 81'1'I'a'rwm n .project which tee Mnrrrcly\ hop will. 1M' ,h ion which follow is as. it was then I

4 between white did JI'rrd persons, Df'ny could not obtain the repairs she reijnrred lra..hl'i"lI' of, lie official Jim ..tc"u1Vlir-lv U and llinifb) not. only secuuto '' untltn, I f ) (lU flu old \c in w bill (lu"'rew
relent which vv t> \,ub,i.h .brloxv and the par, us a ioruseeure i..iiiih-we tcruboutdar;) ,
having any wish to disol/o the union or at this Navy Yard That no doubt trans of Don I irlos. who folkiwnl him i\; .. but ih.it legion, whuhaMMr: Atelier! )' KfiiA/n//4 lIt'lIIuttf'r to fill ) otj Fort s Corner *

violate the Constitution and latfsoftlilouitryror I is i lIubllt.mli.lily true, but where bee Ihe far as I-:\ir.t Montr, w teem tohavetti' a n,
to :ask of C"'I tgreei any Ill.t fault ? c.rumly( not with the inhabitantof transferrrcl to it tlijxH m the interi.f ') fol tithe Iii 6r'.*' NAlTICtS.Of : .
transcending their constitutional the kingdom.t until the qnvcrmmr: 'I he re lieu ka of :Mr Archer nre these:
power1whith !, this section of country or the lot leitu
should have decided (IN their futiir.ditiii! \- 'I imp ft'ntli"miui n I'kII li\' we piopo-\ /? Dr'Mt :n'/rl: SHORE.
the abolition of*hvcr)' IM' Congress anon of the csiabliihmc.nl, for every spc- !lion to send a MiiiMti to tl.o V'MC.III (>o\l'ru those bii kl tie'czrouiidswtU the white
' in any state, woul plainly rl"" dies umber anti I other materials, can be The Spanish force continued the Mien r flout i vi ill:1 tell tin gentkncnk Wc' pre fi.iiHtt ; ) ) ,

Not having b uncalled on as hall huhrrlo procured m great abundance, and at u )f the strong holds of elves, <'''IIII'"a) lIl' \jnneit fur all tin mi-wins a hit h I hate jn.'" ', the pi ond I iremiiig canvass, the
e II in relnllon t< Ihe ,*'it''inmcnfs i II
md Argiiela, which were on IhP'I'oint rocs > t :
been usual' to publish the Post :Mater (Sencral's low rates a: any where el!c ; and us good urrfnderiug ; negotiations havinglivt.n nleady "'ouiliniiriin, 1i"\ u mtmirv alas I fie'slit, i:ellovi > ;bulk' the blueUllow diviles! !
mi'chanu's a.s the world aflvnis, If encour- the iiktulnHil! haw iMclied I the ninnunt I ImpAiis ill gamlyour:
advertisement for Mail Contracts, we opened on subject. Iliad elMiiti-s with glee: M It lavt her dark:
igcmcnt is ouertd them sIt AnTIC LES OF STIPULATION s'iuildoiliri" mid ill exporiidmtjUO .., .
s extract only no much of it iw will be likel;) HduIMuw
indeed that the Nation Don ( lira- : ,' Iu t. intory i bs nearly its icier(" hl'c' and wall safe
seems 1Iit Us
to interest our immcdutc friend., It i i III strange \ : imperial mftjPllv! IVdrOfil '\ \irown It n soil u( tends 111.ft'tllllil1'1 ...\ tT'kikljf )o
onn41tMiiia'name \ ; possesses
the Quern l>
in o'er '
regent ,
mil Legu'laturelIhould ear aRcry'cor, evetiucc fanZa
gratifying to that: there is like!)' 10 ) I autttmpliacsiho.advauwges<< i"I
perceive the ( n,
nrumliil ttingtou dcar.atiie
by desire o Old! Aeptune'a domain to our
the location of this e-talilishmtnt, a[- nil and of nil rrodticts, Fro l
Jb8 a contract for transporting the mail IxIween to the'eeTustohe ,t)f t'fHUigufiii W< flnutri" lAnrc. ,
this: place and Cedar ClufT; in Steal propriato Urge sums for its support, and irjci of restoring the! kingdom to. piers terse e'ircui:III.nt'f'1t it is Am'iou*. ni1111 I h

j'ct the most trifling {facilities as respect grunts the follow tog iminonit)', butte to ill: that his cuuimctse U destined to lie grl'ai, When. sieve, the grey aloud over ocean
Boats. cannot be obtai ted uhout the military forces now in Kvora and !in othr r b" that this will hnpiien in :i vcr)' ,,11Irl (111I1) em's,
Proposals are invited for carrying the places of the kit.gdom, and to all such lilividual time : all.1 I from ;be affinity of lhr"e InIi'u.tiMI" And fr'ndly I gay fruity influence lends
and clt-ution
,t Mail on route greatest nicoincnicnrc to as may jicld obedience in till' to our own, wenre warrnnied inlhl' Miiuit: '(1'\c.., plains und stream, as by
No 2478 From Pensacola by Ahquilichee : ships of this "'I II ud rOil/"itulLtcd as it is, pm<0 lame of the said Queen, to wit :.- ex'en'tain.nl hit \\1' shall beplnrcd on lilt! innx'ciTiM.And .. >-
and Vallambrosa to Holme' .near the abundant market of Mobile and ARTICLE 1, footing of the mo,t fii\orr l nitioiiN Hi m ni'xi'dirl! I)' rhermh'drevlsitoiirers.!
Valley ,
is f..r all I < .. ides this! 'I' home now pending with ih,, Illow fiihhl brti .sand
Valley, 115 miles and back twice a week New-Orleans. A general amnesty pitual the ) )a :/e quickly TO
misdemeanors, committed since chi |Mwr it "r"dlll lI"glltl.lti'TI' on "1I"jl'1 itouKindred' '
.., in two horse stages.. The Contractor maselect Taking into consideration the vast amount of jflwundsrv The propriety, and etc'ui rte"
the road and supply the interim- 31M! flf July UU: \. f bommis tu jot on our dear .notice
diate offices by ,a crews route Proposal of revenue, paid mutually into th Sec 1. 1he execution of the' decree flf i t'1'Il" lJ. of having: tm' line which IIf'pnratt'ltile thorr ,

\ will be received for the Mail on national treasury, by the two cities above he 2lht ofpril, IKli: shall U'snt-jM'hdcdn i I twocourtrienlif: ,Urcily awertnrmd.
carrying fixed marup'st be in on each bosom with do
relation to those who come under theimnesty pp.rman.'lItl) is ( How freely expands
this ste boat beta(en Pf'nsucola of jay-'
Route\ in a ira named ; should not every principle 'and
) will hats tithe lest !securities ppuni't\ dilute light ;
and Holmei until the !general corn
Cedar Ulutf thence
and to
. lice! admonish our rulers to circulate u' IfCKlnf its object olli ion w [th I lie nl'llhll.riulf got ctnmcat ; How bland and how sweet are the visions
Valley in 130: miles and back U- on '
= .
stages be much of that revenue as possible, in tin 8rc 2 1'l'nOftH affected bv the p"II'nl mod ,-hotii'I. "Ihdruour diplomatic nation '- of nightstlirouiili( !
Ghee Valley and Alaqua to supplied one :
after eomincnoed M> irux>i \ mead Tiiw and woodland
a week. listncts, of country from which it is hero,. imnesty will go into immcdfatc possesxioi having; '| tis ;
if their but shall not alirllhtt'Ihem ant n rrg'tifltion, we vhnll! fipOKC 0111 delighted l weroveBuhanjiinj _
S hears Ptnttacola at R .4. M e Arrive try Sunday at uolnet amitedt.eiday 5d ? Will not the general distributiontQ fl o or any property part of them before the dins. 'If'h..lo the Ii 'hiiy: : of losing a l large( trac soft }rte-chugs of friendship!

,he: nations expenditures be more satisfkc-1 of the tortes caf uric r.f tier ri/'hi"'ll tnd iiiest fAforl'f poi love.Dlenv .'
P.I'a/l'y,M trrry Tuflay brut Friday by >I 6 wry to the people by being circulated In on l+rc. 3. '''his amnesty shall not be under- jonsoftln' 1)i) t,tuiMr cnrth 1 sap this dcilnruftlv ,- briskly )'c brrryes'-rcslstlfM our

the rvstUutH'n tf it'lesiastiral '. II I fi"r If I were tailed upon tn v- prore
Learelinnets' Sunday and> svery part of'tho country 7 I think that you "toud w as to warrant
Valliy every ethic, courth.lUrf.re" hievis ) Hounds forward our dtarnahvtthere.
oT.l't'flforder. ert portion
and civil : any clamor
Iln/"r. lay at 6 A. JIT dose at Ptnta- will couincide with me in this opinion political, iieitht fitted bv Mntinr to Become the I'rclp.nptlt S ,
tola tvery Tueiday and Friday by 4 p. m. be what benefit ., pensions, or emolumt ots; \ Tiesiti! .
asked without
probably} may .hall it be so construed as to uJI"euhe 111:11t", e>f the ( Jobf'. (
We are indebted the same friend who would result tcj New-Orleans and Mobile, of third persons toil f.01 nt out tuibaPfovlnceof '''uu..: Sail ho!"UN that shout from the mariner

( letter from Alaqua was published In' our by repairing and equipping our national ARTICLE 2 this TIp .11/\\incz! outline of the 10(11'0..1( Her brave.MarH-i'angled\ banners over the
cm/en alien under cosmic sty,
or ,
last for the of what chips at PtiisacoU, more than Itt our north Any nTh
following account the liter
li ('m npgevtrd by wave
will t* at Lbe'rt)' to heat e Portugal and < w line unary: >) !
Immure, transpired We trust that the< err.: station The answer can be given In tole obis property, provided he abides h; .F rJ. Jivinf.IlII', late s<'('rrhry of state, and a friend, with gla4 tC4lnJ1tn'm borne, s

DlJJlCr ii. at an end The summary manner a few plain words Every article Urn he r""trlt'II.JIS of the second section of tin' /'it |'n,si.nt min l-tcr of the tilted illltfu'ot greets tbe car, '

in which the Indians hive been deal ,would be rtyuncd at this dtput would biurt.ha.ivd > ornii article and pledge his word 10 tike\ <. he cutlet t J>f rnmec is tiiken from the rr- llhvlngiach doubt and dispelling each
whatever in Ui ,crt of :ire,minify w'lhc Hrituli! house trnmons. fear
i with cmnot: fail to inspire them with i t a titlxr in 1Vew-Orleans or Alemile 110 part, transactions many manner of the tountr: ), < h iv mg been rommimicati d b;) Blow strongly/ ye brctm and bear us

wholesome terror of the vengeance of the and at the same time that those citiei.. political AR1ICLK3, he distinguish' d |"in>po<<..r to Jile If'tllh'nlt i i n tunic. more,

whites, and to induce them to make the rccec buck a part of their contribuuone Military officers, under thin amn .>stHw ill ...nt from l-lrghnd: : to itannne our vsnonKiinns To the blessings'( of home, on our dear

11 best of their way, out of the neighborhood, to the public service, they afford an oppor, oiitiiiut m the grades lawfully totidfr,,Kn with a viow to Ihe improvtmeii We ftuifttorr.

We have received anotherletler on this unity to their neighbors of Florida in par elf them to see, aid their government maiptrnanee hereby agietaU! bnulfe it to- le.f int those SM-HT in th-if their it hue OM Imitate n COl\utry.b*q made palir art) And see that bright column ascend from the

subject, but it contains no particulars no ,jcmating with them the expenditures or heir respective rank in tlieartny.ARTWI.R In v "m"ril'no Journal. Sprr..duJ West;forth like a raow-w'rt ath on ()-
detailed that which he nation 4. Mr. Livingston's penitentiary is somntnirtetl '
t in I* subjoined cean's Jai, brrast. .
,ti. ALAQUA, July2frlf. 1834 As regards the healthful situation of this Kcrlciitastiraland util ufljur will I IIf' that ruth convict\ has a ce If, \IIllh The 'Tis the cloud that floats over tur favored
hurri- cult with according to the coustieratlcui an tti\nitring\ vn H court, to himsrlf
DEAR SIB-I wrote you on tho 20th inst arbour> and its security against aired land,
small hut and sitar)
ell is light
detailing the circumstances of the murder anes, I can from long experience assert,,, \\i they may have acquired: by their 'uiirird, : mid here the newly mtrodnreonvtrt < Like the slat bk the Eati' over Palestine's tstrand.
\u. Indians and that the citi ffvices and qualificatious.
of Mr. Spears by .
i has its in the world ;i iI ischiit fare w supplieiim.
not superior roam
hat it ARTICLE, up
were m pursuit of them. The pursuit Blow fairly breezes ; there's pleasure
zeaf ye
I that the oldest mhabi annual of one oiiDuxi. ftv and lit is rimlly dmit'l all {Jt't'tlVu.tion .
va: continued until the 23d at noon, when and> I am confident Tlif pension) ,. In store '
they came up with the Indians at their I ants. of)our city will concur with me Ir hundred thousand! teals, (tlW,UW) I I* herev whiu-vi' Tins rie'OII.ltllte fwultl stifnM nl nt1Titioo For our friends and ourselves, on oar
In which all
onaidera- .
camp, the Indiansjinmediately seized'heii I tbe assertion, thai Instead of Prnsacola bfjlni \. secured to Don MigueL in be.is. bilielie three,activity is essential to human baptncers dear retire "OH.
uon of bisjiigh rank apd birth land
rained and dxl
gam, ; a savage yelL towards
a at no great distance. the the birth'place of fatal epidemics and presents, allowed to dispose of hi. In a very short time Itcomtft Intel\- V boW yen blue speck on the ocean's far
whiles pursued them, fired at them, L.il:1Jdone : empet, that they are total strangers, Lothe I ropcrty private and personal, and oUi- ruble to him i and, as somi as kr request_I serge

and supposed wounded two more,, pi'ic'e, It may emphatically be Mid oj(. ,ated to restore the jewrU of tht crOW D and it.t: but not sooner, something hiM to do the h givtiim I Aa the gtlr wal\i us oa\ see lu fcatnre emerge -, '.
in roar
work for
There nine Indians m nil "hatever may belong) to hIC1hiduWLARTICLE There .4 I '
were only one blld made It her .
of horn fired bj. rifle and that about! effect PClIIIIfIOIIIL.that 11)(1'1"1' 4. .djoining hUce'l! '! thong!* still in oolrinde Ardent 'fawns, blooming dales and proud
tbiu ended the battle bl Jested retreat '-IS, shall be lawful for him to tn cn board The krrxl r>( work t.( miu-d, to hit qualidrir o turreU appear

Although twelve days had elapsed from The Pensac, Uans, khonld therefore, lone' o f a DUln- warof any of the al iced power.. Inns or put HIUS !liabi's. From the linN biommenrr's A. with joy tbe low Undcap we swiftlydraw ,...
the to the of the of ANn work, be finds slight improveirtit lIar.DlIiW .
tho time the murder was committed until I t time oiukexertion, in coinmcing Sreehbly treaty
f the current which e.yl' shall coney in his fiet! and a greater. he Ifon .Irly bieegu.QI2. pertle I...
u\'ertaken. the Indians (I ye
they were were not neral l Government of slit\ benefit it would year} Idlb
It rw I. orIn .
l induoiruMis ,
him the which two may deigof >cs more 0', J' y
exceeding A) miles from the place 'where' to port ",
they did the mLsckicf-although they had cross, as well as the justice it would and afford him, his family ud suite any war abnw'e ittftnrtUff of laboor, For w,',. weleomU with joy to.....iu-. t
rard this Naval establishment and wblchblsuhn- he forfeit bill claim toot y It kl.Atrt htpUK taint .Ass. I. "
travelled much farther, M they had taken by placing tery security respect, fii"' meol
every )a elude pursuit. The a and as exiensitea scale as al Item and birth may require. and he retinas COM rm '
precaution on permanent Mat Attody w .
general! travelled from whereth ARTICLE 7 and coarse fare in .Ma railla the tow gently ye breewa, Mir tafelf
. course they th01\8to the North. avoid Por. made-for the plan' has Urn tried
' '.y kilkd.tbe loath, wu aboU: NorthWest Don MI\Iellioda himkclfto jrrieadeb "
Considerable alarm prevails in the II W.1RRLYGTONomllirnttattL Iuslln: the delay of fifteen days, pledging Louisiana -there !la sesrrrlv an limtartr Each wanJorer, to v )'| aH love'' wni '
if thereh-eve l ecu u.r'd, /I
of the provlnrei fretrogifMiwiior any
of inuelfaevcr to return to
Pea River and for distance any
around fearing the Indian may some full upon ..' ( of Spain or any of the domain* of Port'"- the ree'sn f/* ,vent is brief an wotkuiij WhenI bet- "lV t cur visions arise' ud -oectIId' expand
defenceless all in tuaaner u' diti. ter fare are both soon agsmdesirwl ,
children Home and nwwwcre family them of for women and- I Begun las uoucias de los ultimo pe:o- (irbing nor the concur any IranquiDty of*the. steady industry, (or sis or twelvemonths To the J'9werhat protect M on octaa: and

The excitement again the revenge.Indians at f diou.., parrco que los ocgocios polrtiticos del :alms: in tent of hit fafluf W. heap whWhkad bVen lightened, by freuen 1aJ 4. _- ,

this lime U such thai fear the Innocent''II i Krpublira M'Jinnahan eambiado de aa- "''e abort stipulation h$ shall forfeit hit a-' viwu from ofims of the rstablmh- Braithe"toNy y'' cpbyr tM rapture "
ill suffer for the, guilty should be bo.e mentioned eoaton and be liable for t&e IMBt and religious t. rf bera, who ono* reoro deer:
w any ternuooi de cinco individubat
que ow
octal To and love M
with and. encourage sheet friendship
fallow bu act inverse ,
f I which InlfnU1'I .
section >
country I
I Lund in this equenccs may! "
ells, proseriptos cede el ano anterior ARTICLE 9. l&bou", ,r, be b eoanidf rH ...- tufivi shoes

Very respe Your etfully niend, I b-us emprendido en cut'os duif Vt regreso ;I The forces,' in the service! of PonliUt.l. ,rut illPnwerwnt tak.ea place In V"t ,

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1 The u'bat'f\\t NOTICE. Wetter District of Florida. Letter from he Ear Chatham to hu
l, Nephew.Editorial.
PBNSACOLA GAZETTE.rl HAVE received and offer/ sale. their JUST received and tor sale by W. M. Superior Court, bctmbit Covsty, I Notices, Poetry, Anecdotes &p.

AUGUST opposite the Public 'it a Mtylcrn 1834 J JLawtane WaooustSj or the Prophecy, a tale of
9 pipeO0ld )
CHAMPAIGN BRANDY *MilUndoa, compltiaul
1-2 ,
general- ssortment of A VI ) Chas Detroit and Michilimackinae, by the author

The CAZSTTC will be issued every Hat loon, vchloh are of vintage 1R U. The cowD heirs .-. derv ) eer1.VaaeflameiI 01 Ecarte. I

urday Evening, at $3 50 per annum, in advance Old Irish WHISKEY 1-2 AUK COGNAC, BRANDY. deg.orta t S Mrs. Lushington's Journey from India to

$1 payable at the end of six months, Monongaheta Do. pipe superior No 18 Thi dRY came the complainant by his England.
", $& Saperfor Chaupaigne BRANDY __July 12 Rambles of a Naturalist Dr. Gods
ur payable at the expiration of the year, counsel, and appearing to the satisfaction by
at the option of the subscriber. WINES and CORDIALS.rl lUct.TIERCF.S of the Court by affidavit filed that the man.Life
t4is ADTMTMBMCN I inserted at the ratbof ALSO J. defendants do not reside in the Territoryof of Dr. John Lc>den, by Sir Walter
; 0110 dollar for every fourteen lines (or less,) An assortment of BROGANS, Cordage.'. 24 Charleston RICE, also lorida. Itiethereforeordered that unions Scott.
I I' for the first, and fifty cents (or every continuous Blocks Oats! Paints",, &c. Ac. 10 bWs. superior Green JamaicaCOFFEE. they Appear here on or before the first WaJlham,, a novel, being vol. 3 of the LI.
t subsequent insertion. JOHN A. UALL & CO. Just landed and for sale by bhry of Romance. .
II and
Monday of November next, answerthe
August No. 21 ALDEN: A. M. JACKSON.
hill of complaint filed Memoirs of Dr. Burney, by Madame D'-

,: lAat of Letters, NOTICE. June 28 No. 10 herein complainants the !came"ill be taken for confessed Arblay, author of Evelina, Cecilia, &c.

} 1 Remaining in the Post Office, July 1, 1831.: IS virtue of a mittimtut issued! by C. E- !.QDESI.. D. WRIGHT Attorney and and the matters and things therein cola le The Therece laek Velvet Miss Hap MAtford.Elhott'e and. MademoucI.
;r' Persons wishing Letters from this List, Ej. Mayor of the Cuy of Pen Counsellor! at Law, will hereafter practice lamed decreed accordingly. And it is further by
1 I. will please ask for Advertised Letters.A. sacola I have committed to prison>> a Negro in the County of Escambia only, except t ordered that a copy of this order \Ie Letters from the North of Europe

Follow, supposed to be a slave, nay* w hen specially employed to attend the bu- published, in the Pensacola Gazette, once a
I Jcs* Allen, Benjamin Ada: .ns, Peter his! name is JOHN GREEN, I ii about 1 Speriot Court of Walton County or the I week for four mouths cuccessit clj. Memoir of Silt to Pellico. )
1 I t Alentu.t years of age! 6 fuel 10 inches! high, has on u Court of Appeals. I A '1'rue CopAttest: Madame Dard'.l"arratne of the Ship. .
t B. check shirt Russia, ahe ting pantaloons, June 7, f&t. No 13 GEORGE F. BALTZELL, wreck of the Medu a.
Jos. M. Bowers 3 Jean light round about I 10 Life and Adventures of the Chevalier
I 'I i Baptlste Bernard jacket, straw hat, light May Clerk.
2, Wm. W. Bell, Robt. Barron 2, complexion, thin visage and has a scar on lnl's\'a\ Sate.n II'utcrn District Florida Charles Stuart and History of the Rebels
.I Jose of lion in Scotland in 1743, 1746. By Robert !
Balada, Saml. Blake, Monmto Beascca the under lip, being a cut, and another o Charles L. Cornier
Mlle. A. Bouquie, W Bennett, Wm. the left side of the breast Said Negro was )S Superior. Court Fimmbi County, ) Chambers.
. 1 ,I M. Barker. brought from New-Orleans in the schooner \s. I II'J Term. 1634 \ Great Britain l&13b)' Baron D'Haua- 4
I Charles Lavallct ) Eliza Ann D.fgi complainant, ) L h
.1\\ C. ,a chiMHJDtTrfBwiDVfend.nl sex, Ex-minister' of King hence X.
{ Santiago, Cept.Theodore Lcntner, who left '
Francis, Cunningham, Mile. Mist there on the 17lh of June last The owner BY from virtue the of a lion.f. fa.the to me directed Court { for Divoves. The Story of Captain X-, by the
1 Collins Superior author of Traits of Travel.
Thos. Colenvin Wm.. Cross, E. b I ii requcrtcd to come forward l, prove proIWrty for the >V'cstern District of Fiends, I hall Till de.J Cane theconiplan sat bJ her COUD-
A Subaltern's
II I Ezekiel Cobb, Capt. J. B Carson: John and take him away. proceed to sell nt Public the 2J >el, and it appearingto the aatulVictioo of tile Furlough, descriptive! of
Outcry on
s Chaimbless Saml. JOHN afTidav, filed, that the Defendant doe America, by Lieut. Coke.
I Cocking, Joseph E:. GONZAI.EZ, of fowl by t
August I 1434 at the door of the CourtHouse
,nda. 1'here.iOfe Sonnets to Rosalie! by the author of the
I Canon, Gen'L Dr. Felipe Cadallos/ Me. City Marshal in ".ot reside in the erMory of Fl ,
., Catherine Louisa Cortillc, Joseph Cox. July 10 No. 18 Pensacola, between the hourspreacibed it i. conlidf'r'd b) the Court that, the Hid Village Poor House. a
D. by law, all the right title and Defendant appear here OJ or before the fiat, Mon Traditionary Stories and legendary U.IUltrations .
Rev A. Dickenson 3. John Durable nThe:: above Negro has since drclar- interest of the slid CHARLES 1.VL- diy of November next and answer the cmi by Andrew piclen.
:j, Dinah De Mrs. 'I. 3, ed that he belongs to Jo..hua Billing, residing LET in, and to the following Lots of plianint'i bill of complaim'filed hi rein, or tile Excerpts
Camp, Dougan./ on Tchoupitulas strertin,! New-Orlean Ground, or in so much thereof as will satisfy Mine. will be taken far coufeeted, and ibe matieri The Infirmities Genius: llluflratfd, by '
Caleb Edmondson.t* that he mnaway on the 23d of September the abate Execution arid cots, to vit: thin(ther ''t P. last, and has been rfbout Now-Orleans eversince the property owned by said Latnllet, situated ; it ii forthi r ordered, that. copy of this order be Extracts from Montgomery'Lectureaun
publubed m the TenMcota Gacetie once a week :I
until shipped for this at the corner of Romana and Patafox
Miss Eli abeth Foster Capt. Win law port. for four month antxeni.ely. A Attest Poetry.
July It J. G streets,the one half of Lot No. 233. fronting ,
Foster.. said (;[U. F. BALTZELL, Clerk. Fragments of Vojngcs and Travels, 21
j 0. Wanted on Romana street ; the half of May 17 fie. 10 and 3d series. By Capt. B. Hall.
Lot No. 256, situated behind the first mentioned
Fountain Gray Alfred M. The Earthquake of taractas a Tale ot
Gatlin, Daniel Western District Florida. ,
5000 DARRELRRIIELI..q rt and fronting/ irden-htroct ; the of Venezuela. '
GysUDr. It Picjiens, St. Rosa Island, for two whole Lots No 254 and 255, fronting I Superior Court, Lmatfibia ('OUll,. ) Rise and Fall of Masaniello at Naples.

Joseph Hutchms 5 Hazel W. Hunt which 25 cents per barrel will be paid on \ylen-strect, alii 1}ing and being in the bra] Term, 1834. J The Priest and the Mulberry 1'ne.
delivery at the Island City of Pensacola. Celeatino Gonzalez & WlfecODIPI'- \
Mile. Hmard J. Memoirs of Casanova.
Euphroisine larding Semi
V. Hawkins, CapL Slt'phenJler eyZ: Maj Captain of Engineers., By JOSEPH SIERRA, Marcare. A JarrfelaV'lhe lain ) > la Chan Arthur St. John.
I Wm. Hall, J. hue, RobtTniolladay, Dr. Pfqsacola 1 I83 ol 1'honmi VilUma and the }d.rl. I etrj' My Sister Kate.
July No. 17 Marshal.
I II. Heiskell, Capt. Thos. lloVlen :2.a "- June 14 Deputy belie of J M Gmegalet. al. > J Hannah More.
I.&J. -'to Brick 'Makers. 14 THIS day rame the coipl inant, Cel.'illoGOllnlf'l. The Way to be Happy. '
Andrew M. D Jackson obote sale/ is postponed until Satur and itapi,' to the mticfuilion f Editorial Notices &c.
Geo. S. Irish earing Poetry, Ac.
3 4
to Millions
,; DanL Johnson, Capt. G. Johnson 2. PROM required for the of BRICKS service of, will the 1 day, the 6th of September next.feuperlot the Court by athda.il filed, thai. a portwn flf, the At the former prices of books in thl* ;'J',
heirs af Thomae Villa deceased aide
J >ci POW "
L. works at Foster's bland In this Harbour in the State of country, on inferior paper, these wtulJcost ;
Co\\rt of Alabama, tad that the heirs
Madame Lanoix. John G. Leith, Ninian at least SO dollars.W .
during the year 1831 (
John UcOonefal alw reside without the limit of .
E.Lane, John W. Lewis, Mlle. M. ChorloteI The inspection the Bricks, mode of I OF THE DISTRICT OF WEST FLOR the Tsttitory of londa and In the United duo ere the comparison of prices extended

Lorcnso, Claudius M. Little, Miss Josephine devlicry, their quality and dimensions! will 1 IDA, PENSACOL.V: It u orderel that the laid Defendants do appear to the cost of London books, it would Le
Lavalle, Hergt. 'J. M. Levett, Mr be subject to the .1me'l'ul as have heretofore At Chamber, July 31st, 1834. here OD or before the first the next term, found that we have supplied an amount of
I I I Lamb. been established. Isaac! Dam ) In Chanccr .-nill for Di- of ihiiCouit. and ,. rtld..Ofbi of toe complainants printing which cost London alli6 for the
I, M. & Mc.s Payment unless otherwise or theuuie will be likeD for confe.ai d small gum ofjire dollar ,;
t desired will I
Zis Mires, Mlle. Maria Mestre, Saml. II be made quarterly Mary Datis. J force.r ..agamrt V em, and the matter in J 'hingi!: tb""inclecraed When the advantages of circulation byroad

Mitchell, N. Mitchel, N. Mitchel, Jr Alexander Vessels arming nt the Island with Bricks IT appealing to the satisfaction: of the aceordingly, And it i. further o'dered are considered, and also that, in clubs (
M'Claren, James M'Ardlo, Mrs. Ann will be unloaded without Court that the Defendant is i not an in Ihet.ropy| of thin order be published in lie Pe' of five individuals, each gets the work fur

M'Cullourg, Lt Moorhead 2, Maria Moreno lay. WM H.unnecesiriry( de habitant of this Territory, but sides in the I wool (lat. rte once a week for lour months meceMively. If 4, which difference pays the postage, under -
rilVSK : .
A Att
ins M'StaYj E. Montgomery.( Wm. "*, Captain of tngtnf'f'r. State of Alabama. IIi.. ordered that the a- <<: GEO.Copy(. BALTZELL-tt Clerk. 100 miles, it must be admitted, on ail

Moore, II. Miller *, David D. Pensacola. Julv III, 1WU No 19 bone named cause be wt down for hearing May 10 No 9 hands, that it is the greatest reduction on t
/ Macomb. at the next November Term of this Court, the usual selling prursof any article ever

I f ,., OubornO.. 30 or 30 \egvo' L\v\orerst and that publication bu made for three City Cuec.lur'.uice.: attempted much less tJrrcuttd. But the

I t Archabald OOOrn.P. wanted for the PUBLIC WORKS months ut the Penwicola Gazette, accord andfrtigned t now ready to receive I subscriber does not found his claiais to public -
ARE this Hirbour Apply at the Engineers ing to the act of the Legiblam c Council in M the CIT TAXES, imposed on all patronage alone to the cheapness of his ,
I Mn. Harriet Prtctor, Mile. Marianne I Ij olficti, IiHcnJentiafctrn't.Julv such cases made and provided.J. I Homeland! L..tas:; .".., lions... Camagei, &c<<:,,1 periodical. The works, published lave
j Pastort. 17 No. 19 A. CAMERON, All prioua paying the lima on or before the hI been of a very highly literary and very attractive -
{ d H. Judge D. W. F. d y ofMay area, wall be kllowid adiwoint of5 character, Ita! is proved
by second
Joshua Kobe-ton. NOTICE August No. 21 percent, sad eJl1'uI' remaining from book ,
11 J Caps I Ia and after theist of will be die editions having followed thoie of the
day Aofftt rat
i J JERRISOS, Jr. having' taken J. B Western District Florida limned for according I to law. Librarj" with rapidity, and every one
i ft Decator or Washington Sully, Mrs. Het FOSTER into Partnership, business of F T COMMYNB.TaxCollector- of w inch, even at the ode anced price charged -
ty D.Sherman, C. to:. Sherman: John Sweet, will hereafter conducted under the ham Superior Court, Escambia County Po-naeola. Apr.lgJ.. 1834.:! 2 l\o 7 In that form has! had a most rapid wle.
Felix Sense, John II. Spalding, John of JKUR1SON/ & FOSTER It is the intention At Chambers, 2d July, 1831. \ I The time and attention of the editor are almost -
I Smith, A. Suowden, S. Stanley.. of the firm to keep on hand, at all!l Anna Marina Michelet, wife of In N C'W rustiice.. entirely devoted to making selections

T. (tunes, a general and e\teI\'e: : assnrt'iicnl! Francisco del Castillo, Comp'It. chan-I. A POST OFFICE has been established for the work, and in reeking, from<<> He-

1\1n.Josepb II. Terry, Mid. VeTala, S. of Goods, milted to the town and country vs Un0rce. nt Indian Key, Florida. All letter mall! of books in the public injtitntloM of
Turner. trade, which will be HOld at the lowest prices Francisco Castillo, Dcfen'dt.j J and papers for persons residing on this I si I. Philadelphia, as well from the view books j

U. for cash, produce or approved paper. I THIS day came Complainant by her and! ut Cape Florida, Kayo-Uiscano, l"ew imported from Grant Britain, the most Interesting -
t, Samuel Ullls, Jos. Ury, M. D. .' They also tender their see ices as General: l Counsel! and it appearing to the Court b) Ricer Key Vacas, on board the light hip and valuable matter; and he had "
t V. Agents! and Commission Men'hunts.Pensacula. the affidavit of Thomas M. Blount, Esq Florid, or on board any of the wrecking the pleasure of bringing before the American I

Trueman Vickers '-- July IDjJHMNo.: 19 that the Defendant is not an inhabitant oi \'e .' (,! ting he "nz.irro, will reach public sev eral w orks hich otherwise!
W. : this Territory. It is therefore ordered, thrir intender destination would '
To the u\\\c. most readily if probably) not have been reprinted
J. Wentworth, Geo Walker 2, Dr. J. that unless he appear here on or before tueirst moiled for this Office. here. His II situation as Librarian to the

H. Wiley, Edward William, Win. White, THE Subscriber having taught a School Monday of ,'ember next and answer H. S. MATERHOUfcE, P. M. Philadelphia Library, the largest collec
I I F. A. Washington. the Town of Pensacnla for the last the Complainant's Bill filed herein, the Indian Key, (}'loridl1la)', 15, 18.14. tion of books in the United States, gives
NAVY LETTERS. twehe months, and having been liberally) same will be taken for confessed, and the : him facilities poifressed bj few.
U. S Skip I'andaha. patronized, announces to the public that matters and things therein decreed accordingly nuuks b? MaU.MrALDlK's .

Caps Thos. Webb 4, Lt ThO"-" J. Manning he intends to continue the same, for thu !'to. And it u further ordered, that a copy \ ( SELECT CIRCULAT- I JOURNAL OF BELLES LETTRFJ

Lt. Z. John-ran, 3, Lt. John Gra- ct'ptionorhotb MALE & FEW.\U; STL+- of this order be published m the Penwta :a Y T JNG LIBRARY, published at Phil Urged b>' grateful considerations, for the I

ham 4, Lt Charles C.Turner 2, Lt A. B. DENTS, and for that purpose has taken la Gazelle, once a week for three months, addphia, at Fnc Dollars a )'ar. In tin' flattering reception given to the "Library,"

ti Fairfax, (J. S. C. Rowan, Capt Andrew! Female AI."iMlantlnd will preserve and successively. A copy. Attest, Lihrary"! are reprinted the choicest pro I' the proprietor, an.lioUlllo tender the work
Rosa 3, Dr. J A. Kearney 3, Dr. L W.' Improve the morals of those committed t to GEO. F. DALTZELL, Clerk.; I ductiuns of the British press, in the various as complete as his means wiU allow, has

Minor 2. D. Walker Purser, 9. Mid. E. Lamer .his__..charge_ _as__fir__ as_ possible.. He will_. 1; July 17 No. 17 dcpartmcnbiofTraiels. Vo\affen. Memoir u ,I added, without any additional charge, on
a Mid.. E. S. flutter 3, Mid. G. W. 'C'UIIII me urancnm oeiunguiK w an r.iitelish Biograph, Novels\ lolcs&c. &c. the cover, a Journal of Belle* Ltttre, towhich'are
Randolph, Mid. La Fayette, Maynard, Mid. Education\ at the same low price as Superior Uourt Tire adaptation of the periodical form to given weekly:! Reviews of new

James M'Cormick, Mid. J. W. E. Reid, formerly, Ml :23 per m.nth, for those who OF THE DISTRICT OF the publication of books entire* first adopted works issuing from the Briton and Ameri. .
I Mid. 0. Fairfax, Mid.G. J. W.Tha'er, Le- are able to pay, and for those: who by misfortune IDA PENSACOLA.WEST FLOR by the subscriber, in the present work, can piece, Literary Varieties;Original! Com

roy II. Anderson J. Cox 2, David Rambo or otherwise are not, tuition gratis. ( S. Huntt, In met, on its announcement, with>a spent munications, Lint of New Publications,
;Jlcment ) Attach
James Anderson, Benj. Douglass, H.RSkaatti Young Gentlemen desirous of studying .. Asxurapait issued neoup j and a eery general expression of ap and other literary! information, making the ,
r > ment 19th "
pea M.Louret H. the Mathematics, Surveying, &c. would July Librarj', without comparison, both in
Journey, Allen & Dr loill. } 1834: returnable to November probation 1 he peculiar ad\antageii of the
h Thos. Williams, R. MoflTet, Jacob C. Greener do well to apply to Term, 1834.TilE plan were at once recognised, and its pre quantity, and quality, cheaper and superior

H. Franks, Wm. King, Wm. Burket, I P. L. PRITCHETT.. Defendants in the, above and ticabilisety on become evident. to any tuinilar ork in the eOUDtt).

taring. MTCinney. July 12 No. 18 others interested,'w ill take case notice of The elfectnof this mode! of publication on He might confirm this statement by hundreds -
1 U. 8. Ship FatmotM.a literary pursuit not be of uiilouhi| Icstimonlalsotapproba
2" Ueward the issuing' of the attachment as above stated may inaptly compared
Caps W. A. Spencer 9, Lieut. W. W o and also to those of canal and rail-roads ifi tion of the strongest description;bo lie pre-
Eacapcd from the rystody of j are required to appear and fats leaving individuals to
Armstrongs! Lieut. Root RUche, Lieut.F. plead to the declaration filed therein commercial operations-in equtli*>ing actuations judge of the
the Subscriber according work fur themselves.
B Ellison Lieut Wm. Pearson 2, Lieut. on Thursday
the ; placing the farmer. the count '
to statute in such made )
II. K. Thatcher_4, Act'g. Mauler C. (i. 4 'last a Negro Slate named and provided. Dated 19th cases 1834. merchant, or the mechanic, however toe- By printing the Library" on a single
Hunter 10,1 Dr. WID. Johnson 3, Dr. H. HAM, about six feet high, THOS.July M. DL l'X1' eluded and isolated! their re-peclne locations sheet, the postage U reduced to the lowest
i S. Coulter S N. Wilson Purser 5. PassedMul. stout built, with a hajid-vme rate.
I ,
t Attorney for Plamttn/ on u foutmtr with the iiiliatuiants: ol
Charles 8. Bom 3, Mir{ Wm. L. fore, mild countenance and a large pair of July 26 No. a city.. A resident jn the' .most retired hamlet Asa ; nnll number is printed over thee
i Maury 3, Mid. Alex. H. Eiutes 3, Jan. O'. whiMkerH. says he is the property of George 20 ran now hate a book sooner than *1 copies actually subscribed for, those wishing

c fehanneiwy 2., Mid. 0. P. Baldwin 4. Mid. Ocas, of Clark County, Alabama, and that Territory of Florida.George publisher' next; door ighbour could informer the I two volumes for 1834 are respectfully -
3 Albert a Whettier Mid. Albert Wads- ho is 21 of He requested to send their orders
years age. ran:iway from KnTghtContplainant i times ; and his convenience and u early
worth 0, Mid. Jas. W. ,Braekrtt 2, Mid. the employment of G. W. Creagh, of said I' wee ,.11rt'hancery I in) the Jacks: taste for rcadiug can thus be both consulted n>> possible; and &II this mode of publication -

I Saml. C. Barney 4, Zadock McKn w 0, county Lackland M. Stone and Wilson at an expense too inconsiderable to be noriondly can be supported only by a numerous
.\. Latimore, W. Shermentine, Thos. Robartson ALriO, liam D. Stone Defendant's Superi- mentioned, when put in compel and punctual lint of subwribrra, the friends
S, II. P. instead\ D.nL Venw, Jr. A Mulatto Girl, named ELIZA, the wife J orCjiurt. with the gratification. to an economical diffusion of sound Utna-
D. Moulton Ezra Green of said Negro Sam she I is the IT appearing to the Court that the Des lure are called for their !'
l: Green, 8. says proter| fondants reside the PROSPECTUS OF.: TWO VOLUMES upon pat m1te.
in Mate of Alabama
Saml. 2. E. Lecon J. B. Neilson ty of the widow Craton of Clark V A limited number of the flret
Daggett County,I so that cannot be>.'ened them' The w'cord year of the Library," commenced two
W.M. Davis, John Smith, Serg't. Rubt. Alabama: and! about twenty )enrs old. I m this process It Is therefore upon in January'last, since w itch the volumes, can still be had by those who desire
''P. Hawkins John M. E. The aN oye reward will be Territory.. ordered, the tJlt'UFt'Ilt'IN'tion of sod
DodJs, Sanrl. paid on deliver that unless and theComplallUU1t'l Subscription l IM ha ranted a s try fluttering I Herr good
of aid Slates Ten Dollar they appear answer books ever oflcred. There
Egleston,.William Yard. ) or for the biU addition. commencing
U. S. SMo St. Lotats.r delivery of either theta to the subscriber ui dsyofOetobetnext on the or before, the'first The proprietor, deeming' statement of their subscriptions w" ith them, sill" b/ sup
same i1J be taken
Capt T. M. Newell, Lt R, II. Morris", Pensacola. L foffonfcsMcd against, them and the mans facts to be the niu<4 uStixfactory and convincing plied with "a ropy of Peter Simple in book
Posted MId.S. Swartwout, Dr. Euclid Bor- JOSEPH SIERRA, D. M7N, thereof decreed of the advantages derivable from form, gr&tw.Gentlemen. .

hut 2, r. O. M'Cauley, Pul"ler,3, Serg't i PtoI1.'W'OIJuly: 19 1834.: 19.' farther ordered that accordingly.a of this And order it be is this mode of publishing! submit the flowing receiving this circular, and
William H.; Spencer I published authorised copy list of book published m the Li- who may feel inclined to act a* agents for
UUnt\Wa1 tares in
some in
It Na. 17 __ __ H. KELLY P. M.NOTICE this district once a week for four new spaper months, brary' during tbe/irn't year, for Five Dof- the" Lbrar'arf' respectfully requested

t : NOTICE Is hereby! ,Iven At Chambers, fa the District of West lars: and to thot who joined in clubs, for to communicate with the proprietor.ADAM .
'hra..ti; that there have >committed Florida aforesaid this 5th of June only Four DoUarslWa.tUe WALDIE.
sin UCNIOUab1e the p' 1834.
i IT.Ue.ai* Coal .r EsesttbU C.." to I* L to my named custody JOHN two SLAVES; J. A. CAMERON, and Louie Philippe, by B. Bar JPJuladttykia, March 1834.

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1 d .r".'.0 *oke,aftI. *aNsn.>y for the MI.Heronit he is aboutdvefeet 4 inches June 7 No. 13 The Gentle Rf emit, a tale, by the author 4 RF. notified ,
hereby that the
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4 10 bt age. 23,183.1. ( A Family our In South Holland, by 25 tents per I I.e... __ ._
OVERTON. ISAAC, i* about five feet 2 inches high, Col. Batty
Adrai utra< z.April and about 41 lea,. of MB. They belong ORDUO .eJOII' Ji..i... r..t8CO Lhf and Exploit of Banditti and Rolbeny 6 SAMUEL lf C. KEtSFM1a : ..
9 rn N. 8 to Walter B. of Alabama, and have ud i.>u.ru D. WaMHT, oIlse. f byC.. Macfarlane _

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THT\ ( aiM 100,004 of i EJ": The Montgomery Advertiser, b requested MatdtrcmmMsMn T8dM l are'Lisa kwtby(Wtb> of the Duchess of 8t Leu-Hortense. Executed ,
IT. tla-.sh.ad Wb c. Oak STAVES AJ- to (insert the above 3 times and send COKIITEwambia.: 1

pie a- ; 'ALDEN A.'M. JAkSON.: the account to this office for payment EDWo. L. DRAKE Journal of Nobluoan at the Congress This

PensacoU, July, 19, 1834. No. 19 'N,.. of Vienna. Office.