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: September 6, 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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P12N3ACOLA, SRPTEM1JER C, 1834. NO. 26.

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f 1'I A a'dCULd, / 'tuns of all iiulian agents iiiiil subagents; curl with.nil any oilier compensation- than- of llrpreHentamcsof; tltel'iiitedNutosofAmerie.i :; : ; i to law, the mine Mini of money that stud

&3CZTOD3V I31723NXXC5.: :, now in oil'h'c, shall expire on the fourth then actual trau-llmg: expenses ; and nil in Congress a.+,ee-nshled, 'l'hliliherl' I vesm-l would hn\c been ontitled to receien
'dav l of \1 rell next, unlc s sooner tormina- i persons uhatsoeier. charged or Iru.1wilh !ins' nlloweil and paid t.) W. II. U. l'. I n bounty or draw buck if die haul in her
tcJ.Scv the disbursement or application of Wrttilil. to supply the deficiency of A for- last \uy age, in which obe was lost complied -
-. 7. And! he it further enacted. Tint money giiods. or eifectsof any kind, for I titer appropriation in pity sent of the bafatiee with all limo requirements of l I", ne-
I ill" limits! of cash agency and I'IIIMI'II": )' tin buneiii of the Indians, hall scant heir ( found due id him in the adjustment I ,.t'.. ur) to secure such bounty ; lie said
shall. be established: by the "Secretary of(,1\t''nllIl", annually" at die War IVpartnien : of his iiceomiis, Mid for his diplomatic wr ,I vessel Is'ing the burden of one hundred find
W"' either b> tribes or by sc |rapli'ieal /, on l he firt tLiy of October and copies 1\ ices lit the Court of llra/il. after the death rnlj-iiiuu IIl11t'l) -fiJ\hl tOil 1<.
boundaries. And it shall IK tin general of l tbo MIIIC nhull' be hit, anmiulh before I of Mr. Tudor, and before the arrival of Mr.I Sit;. 2 \inttft itfurthrr '''f1rl,',/, That
duty\ of Indian agents! and mib.igciiti to I thousand the collector of the of Ficiirlmiim'.s,
Congress at the commencement\ of the I ltm\\, the I'UIllIrti\( und lliiriy- port
usage: and superintend (he iiiiercuiirsewith ensuing session, by the pepper neconniingI I'I set rut dollar buy te, and he herebv is, anthorl/ed to payto
BY AUTIIOIUTV. the Indians within their reypecmeagencitN '' I officers together with a list of the names Also, \t the !State of Maine, lo ninilmrwthe Daniel Kill the lute owner, and thecrew
Bifree.ibly\ to law; ; to obtv all legal of all persons whom money ((td I.., or ii|incites! of supporting! rrrUun<< Alllt'tIRnrlll'l.tll4 of thit lii>hintt txmt Juno, to I Is distributed .
LAWS or Tae: uxirco STATE P.ISIED AT TUG | initruriiuiis git en to Iliein by the :SrereturvufWar effects had: Ix-en delivered wiWit midyear\ l I in piison nt Fredcncton, Ui New' acrimlttia to law, the mine situ
nmr scijio.N' or THE rwc.Nrv-THIRD: CONOREM. : the OoiuiuisHioncr of Indian I for the: benefit of the lndiaii,'i>p ><i-n entitled! to, ann ,
Affair or the Suplrinrcndent of Inlial1f- I\II\IIllIIlalllohjt'l'l for which il was intended >IIi\ s' dollars. bounty or draw luck 'ifoliehud not pcri -
fair ; and to carry into effect such regulations and !Allowing I who are delinquent! I ifI I Also. to John Adams Smilli, Nailiumi'lI l i.hedl) the perils of the sea in 1|'r lust toy .
[PUBLIC. No. 78.J] as miy be presciibod by the l're.- any. in forwarding their accounts nccor- I Niles, and J. '<'. Picked; Sevrelniies tlf age, gust arrived in port, liming ('ol1l/llI'd .
AN ACT to provide for the organization 1 id'.Mlt.Sv.< I for then with all the requirtnieiiti of 'law \
| ding to Ihe proM-iou of tins net ; nnd. also, la'g tuon, compensation M-MUTM nereitxnryloMcurehiich
of the Department of In.lianT..ir.: .. ft. Ami bn it further eiuetrd. That i a list of tho name; r fan I {persons appointed I II ins t'.liiirites d'AH'.iirs: aftlio rate of four Iniuuty or drew buck ; th*
Be it enacted by the Senate: :and Home" I .the I'rc-iI"t of the L'liited States may: or employed under this an, with the! date. tlioiiMind fits hUlIolrl'\lllllllnrs l (per iiiiniini |I aid U) \l "" 'wjt of he Imrden of fourtuon ']
of Representative* of the United State of from limn lo tune, require a.IIIII"'I.1Ilt'l'il" 'of I their apponilii tr nt or employment and 'ihiiuitf, tin time that they were actually [ tuiil N \t'nt) -nine uuset) lit h.. tons II
America: Congress assembled. Th.it the 'jriiy, thinrgitt 1.lr thr s.thry and iny of each.SIH left in rhnrge of the atlairsof the Lruntionsto I i Sir. :'- .\m( I'fitjinlfur rniirtcd. That
duties of the Governor of the Territoriesof 'sons i i(1)f,'I -. II. All'' hi It furthrenected.'hat( uhieli+ they were ntlao'u-d, dnltulingtherefrom 1 collectors of the i-uMom for thedistrict
Florida and Arkansas, 84 Supermini: jthi i I'nite'i States! with the .|i->liir*<'inent no person employed) in the Indian Dcparl- I tie amount alrc'ady |mid 1 tolliem of !llarnstnble, State of \II".ndl\l..t'tt..., INhcicliy
dents of Indian Atf.iir.-i, shall hcrc.iftcr ,. or application of moaey; jjiwids, or etfeeis. I 111111 shall: li.ivennv Interest or concern in I "Su'retauus'.s of l 'uitlion ; nforesaid Mini: nuiliorized. to pay to the heirs nt
cease, and the duties of the Governor. of !I of any kin I Ion account of I lilt! Indian: Dor 111I\ trade with 'he Indians, "'crptfor. and lo In- paid out of tiny money ill the Trrasii law, of the ow tiers and crew of the *.ehOtr )!\-
the Territory of Michigan asSupperinten-1 I pin meat. I on account of the United "States : and nnv'person ry" not otherwise nppropriiited.'To ', <<, Kincline: w Inch was lust at M-a, together
dent of Indun Affairs shall cjasa from and after the establishment of a new territory I 'interpreter shill be allotvrtl toe.ichaaen- sum of ,five thousand dollars and tenon !left ii elinrue of the iifl'iiirs of the I'm the lime required bylaw lo en
embracing the country' west of Like <'y, who Michigan, should such a Territory be cst illislicJ. Hire hnuJrc'l dollars : Prodded'. Tint 1.lhll.'fort. the President! of the United the mission of Mr.I :Moore, one quarter' Mould have been entitled lo have n c(' \'C'II,
And while the Ojvcrnbr of tho wl.! .'n' there are di'ferent tribi!< in the same States: It xh il. become his duty to remove salary for the exix-nne of IM" return<< to the hud Nhexnfcly arm c'lI m port after havingaccuuphshsul ...
Wild Territory of Michigan continues to :ajr.Micy.! aixin.rditfcrpn, 1.112:1: : ues. imeinterpreter such person from the oilice or niiuatioii lie United Status Cue hundred dollars. the full tune required l act as Superintendent of Inlian Affairs he in ly IMJ ;,110.\'' 1 I. :il the cll-cr.- arty Imlil. AI-I-MOVI, :lOlh June, It()... .
shall reeieve therefor th3: annual su-n of one tion of the Secretary: of War. for each of SIC 15. ,\IIllw il further enacted, Thai Ai'1-Kovr.D 30th June, 1KJ4.
, thousand dollars, in full of alll1l1oVallcoi. said. trlh". Interpreters. sir alp be noniiim- the President shill; l IK. and he i is herebyauthoried | l'i-m.ir. No. *..J).JAV
emoluments, or compensation for service+ te I by ti! proper[ altt' tt". t') the Wir Depirtm'ini lo e-uise ;nnv of-lhe friendly : ACT reieilmg| : rerl.iin nets of the lie ( IViiLir. No. till.A .duty
j in said capacity. : fo.ipproval.; mil I Ill'.&:% "u
J Sec. 2. And bs It further en lctc,1. That: led, by the ant! from p'sy :ail duly, ai I j north of the boundary! of tin Western Ts hi'l Ida. ..... .....-....
t th;.:.. ..,..; ;;nt(,"- it riiactfl by tier tinta'S t!".' /An.* -
.. ATiir' for all the Indian country. not with f'Jri'nl/ a:'tiri: anl 1 h: t'kfmiilsxli.ill. : ,anl: the head. of the tlIssie'sins.i; ; i, ln lw ( of Keyrescatativn: of(the Unne.1 !Mates ot f Itipretrnf-ittrti "f tAe l'eilrl.Vluleas of
in. the bounds of any: State or Territory in likf, nisi ll1er. bo cniyloyedvhcrvl nished with Useful slums'>slic nnimuls cud America in Congress nssemble l, That all ... '/1"1'1'1 <'(}iipr Vest of thti: Missis-iipi:! river, the Superin- vi-r! req ured by trolly siip-il.ition ant imp lem11ti of until 11\ lrj-. and with goods, such acts or parts of net V-t".IIIY l the Ixgixhitive limn and ufter the first chi) March! next,
nlnt of which slvill! reside at St. Louis bl.ickmith: sh ill rN'I' \'I':1n: annii il I ('" .npl'n-I :is lie .h:11I: | think : Protidrsl, That ("' "u11 afthe'i'rrritory of Florida Spanish| i-NMls eommg finm the Island of
an I shall: a-inuilly reeieve a of fifteen sition of f.mrhu ilrel I proper Cuba Porto Kico either directly or 4
salary t'ljllu.tollu.* ; the whole: amount' of such presents' shall as may iinmsi a higher or gr'nta'r tae or ,
J hunlrod dollars. if they fur.iish their .h')p>> rut toils, HU ail-1. I not t'xccc.llhc Hum of five thousand dol- on the nla\es, or other properly of nonresident niter touching at mi) nnj porl or place iduill
Sec. 3. Aid. be it further cmtte.l.I Tint 'litiot.it sum >f one hnnJred! and twenty lars. ritizcn'sthnn is imposed< \
Superintendents of In linn A.fiirs slitll.within loll er, ; :all 1 ,their -Hsistanis: hall be allow- Sr.c. in. And I b" it further enat'ted'hid or other property of resident i-iti/ens of luilher tonnage: duly in addition to the tonnage *
their several S ipsfintendeiicies: I!(- e. 1 11\1' tutu il I eoinpeiisitionof, ; : two liuidrcl time President IK, and he is: hereby niithor- said Territory, bt. and Hie seine nn hereby duty which may be payable under any
erotic a general su,>-visioii anl control and forty dollars. And' whenever f.irinirs, rued lo cause: such rations as he shall judge repealed, and d'rlarl'tlllllll nnd void. other law UN shall.,* equivalent lo the uinount -
I over the o'l' ,'i ii c."d Jet aid of 'n'cIHlllc", or tca-licrj of discriminating i duly that would
nccounli : ire required by ;proper, tin I as can h<* spared from the Sir. a. And bo it further < all o'fieers' sal prsom enip.'ovel!' by the treaty stipulations' to !hl' provided, they I finny provisions, without injury to flu OilY person shall nttenipl lo enforce any hate been Imposed the cargoes importedin
Oovernuvsnt in the InJian djpirtmjnt l : .-h ill be enploy.U under thin direction of service, to be i'lsuc.ulIJ\ r such regulations of tin nets or p'iris of nets passed by I lie the said vessels, respectively ; if ihenuiuo '
un let !Bach ri: 'il urns at slrill r! bj establish I IJ the Wir D.',,arum r llI. ail' uliall: : receive an //1 as hf shall: think fit to establish to LcjiislatMe Council of the Territory ofFloridi tutu l t'ms-ii exported fiom the |>ortof lluiaiu .
ed< bv tha:- President! of the United St-.t.-- iiiu.il' <'om! ,,>?!H.itioi. of not< less th i'|. four ]Indians[ who m IY visit the military nostsor I IM nforrs.kid by demanding<< or III Acct ictoi I ImlloinsNix. .
I mini may amnnl;: such; oiHoers;: and persons; I Ij nun'L ireaa.u eighty doll u<. n'r mire thai I agencies of the United States 'on" the: reeening any tat iinpiwiiiun, or asmvssmrul : :. *. -Illd Ltitfutthff enacted That
from their o.fla! or Jloynwnu for ..ix hunlre I dollars. Aid in all c was: of th frontiers" or in their respective nations r.ulhon/e.l or presented thereby, before any Much 'e permitted
sons forthwith to bo coin.uu-iicatcj to l't"l'l appointments[ [ interpreters or oth-r ;per- a id a special account of these issues shall Hiieb person hlIIII: eon\ielirtn tlureiifbo ; to elear out or depart from a port in the fasted -
1' fejcrctary: of \Var. "') M employed for the hC'lClitIf the In- "lid l hv line not exceeding two huh MutcM<< wnh u cargo which shall bo f'
SOIL: 4. An hn t.r_'__ _...... ThM **_.., .. f>.-t......... V s-tt Uu ,%tfti ... ..... be erv kept. and it. Ana rendered.-itnirTnere,1ett'd: That flrril imin dollars or by Imprlmmment not rxeeidinij Urcetly or indirccily destined either of
the following Indian agents shill bo appointed iI)1l41)fn lian: descent if such cai: l b- found: then President of the United SiaUs 'ahull be MX mouths, or either: or both olHiiid t the sued islands" the said \eKnrl", shall pay
by the President of the United who :are properly qunhfil for the exeeulion : and ho is hereby authorized to prescribe': punishmenls.Sic. such further tonnage duty an nhalllic! eqiuvaltiit -
State*, by aid: with the advice a'1icon.ent of the J itiei. Anl where: any of the! I such rules and regulations as he may thin. : 3. And be it further enacted, Thai I to the amount of dihcriimiiutuig duty s
I of the Senile. Wit) shall hold their offices tribes are, in tho opinion of the S'cret.iry fit, for carrying into erect fio various I the county of Loon in Territory of 1'lor that wtnlhllll'l.u\'aiJlo for Ihe lime U'lnp
for the term of four years: ; and who shall of W it, C3m;>?tciit to direct this\ 1'11I10)" provisions this act and of anr other acl t ida shall be aiithori/ed to elect two adult upon the cargo if ini| mcd into the |>ort of
give bond, with two( or min, securities, in mint: of ihiiir bliieksmi'.hs, m lrinics! I relating to Indian' affairs, and Inthe set" tional members to the f.s'gt lallenll'lI'll p 11,1\ lilia, in an Anti'riean! loiiomSKI. t
the penal sum of two thousand dollars, forth teieh"rs! firtmrs, or o'h"r persons: engi5cJ dement of the accounts of tho :Indian De, /r>n the fir-tl :\lund.lill "September next .. ;.. .I mud f>fit I'xtthrr cuttrtnt, That
faithful execution of the sauv, aid for thorn tin dirootioi ofsueh! person partment.: and it shall! he lawful I fur the LcKKl.itue noS.oiisli| \'(,,.,' + .1111.11 he allowed to elenr t
eh; ill each rccieva the annual compensation may !be gl\'ll1.:' ) thf prop'.-r auiluriiy of tin SEC. 18. And be it further enacted, That Council to di-siunale: b)' 'law the /'lectiondistricts out or depart from n port of the United
of fifteen hunlred dolhra. tribe. I all acts or parts: of acts, contnry to the I + in Hiicli manner ns I.) en'-ure an Sinus, with any jiwids, wares, or iiMrchundiMs -
'1'.Vi) a3iits! for the Western Territory.A SBC. 10. AnIbo it further: enaetel: Thai: provisions of this net shall bl, and the equality of reprcHcnluiion in cneh. except IIJMIII a destination to soma
-t ajsat: for the Chidcasaws.: I the com;>3.isation: prescribe by ibis act Mine are hereby repealed. Am'i'sovun: 3<)ih June IW4.' : l."rt or platslii the Inland of Cuba or Por-
A i aj-nt for the E 1'erl1 Cherokees.Ai shall be in full of all cinouninnt.i! or allowances Approved, June :30th, 1831.; lo Kico, without giving bond with approved
agent for the (o'ioridIn.jian'f.: whatsoever: Providel- however, I r fPrni.ie. St). K'l.] Nt- mil)' hi doukle the value of tie vt-s-
A i agent for the Indians in the: State of That: were. nccossi. a reistnililc allowance [PUBLIC No. 79.] AV ACTtorelinquihthcrstcrumnry in- N<>! and cargo, that the said eurgii or any
fniuni.A.o. or provisioning be mule for ofBccsanl ( AN VCT in addition to the act more crest ..flho United! Stales in II cerium In pint Ihcirof ..hllllllllt be landed cither of
:) agent at Chicago.A.I oifijtj c'ILil1g'IICil'4: ; Ail provided, I effectually to provide for the tsmni+hnu'nt dinn re'l'r\'alioulviua between the rivers the 1 111,1111111hkh bend shall Ie can
agent at K >ck itI! I1.1. also, Ta it w'lere persons arc required, in of certain crimes against: duo/ United MusQssippi| maid PCS oils.If celled/ on producing of a certificate from an
A i agent at Prairie du Chien. the perform nee of the duties under this Suites, and fur other purposes approved / it r'ttiftf'l hy the Pimutti mill hints American conmil that the stud cargo has
An n<;ant for Michilim tcliinac and the act, lolravcl fro n 013 pl ice to annilier. March third, eighteen hunlred and I ftti'iirrnfiitutirin of the I'nitnl Wiitr of been<< landed! elsewhere, iHinn fide and \\ Ith-
Sail- :Sainte \h-ie. their actu il I nxpisc*, or a reason ibe! !sum I twenty-five. ..linrrini in CtMtrtM tuttmUnl, Thai nil/ ont iiitnnlion to rrt-hip it for a port In one
A l a<<5'it' Get. thq Stint P,>lor'II. in hen thcrof, mw beo alto v"d theme: AnJ MR it enacted by the Senate and 1 IIou"o of the right, title and interest which miiiht iflhe said iidamUSie. -
A.I agent for the Upper Missouri.A pri.'id'jl olio: Ta it no allftwa IC' shall beiriil Representatives: of the United Stases of America accrue or r\'rl.o the United! Slates to thenwervation : 4..I", be it/nrlhfr enacted That
il the foUowi.i: atc'lcil'"luli: he dis- It* tij.iiy p"rH'l IN\"lor expanses in I' in Congress assembled, That' whenever of lands; l lying lietwe'ii therivers I the Secretary of ho Treasury be.lime and he I..
eoitin.nl 41 the psrioli: herein ma tone, lining: to the seat of Ovenunnt to settle any criminal convicted of ally offcuceagainst De that I is, to siy hu ascT.nts, unless thereto required i the United Slates, shall w Impris- reserved for the use of the half breeds belonging tlmalo tlxnaid addnlonal tonnnge duly,
T n Florid ij-insy, from" aid after the by the Sjcretary of Wir ; Aid provided 1 loned, in pursuance of Much conviction, and to the :Sae and Fox nations: now and to gnc directions to the officers i of the,
of the United States for the
fhiry: t day of DjC3n ) *r nsxt. also, 'ff1 it n.) persoishill lulJ mirethan. of the sentence thereupon, in th) prison by titan, or "orne of them, under a treaty customs -
of such duta conform the
Lie C uro>'(ee a: eacy. fro 11 and after 0100'11.0 at the sim tim unler this act, j lor the Penitentiary of any Slate Tt-rriio- made am} concluded<< U-tween the United r.as same
variation. hieh take in
flu tliirty-lrst diy of DJCC.nier' next.T.ia nor shill any agent. ,ui'ia.{enr, interpreter ry such criminiU shall in all respects< << he Htau"ll nnd the Saesand: Fox triles or nations lo any may place
Ihe itntlen levied theear-
t Indiana fro- 1 afrir tinJh3 orp.rinemplotieintherthisact. receive of Indians, at Wasliinit ui the discriminating ogoer as
: aid
: ajaney n vi subject to the same discipline treatment -
I of American texitela the said of
t'iirty-il.- day of Djcem or; eigVeiMnuilrel his salary wile absent! fro-n bis agency or as convicts sentenced by the Courtsof fourth day of August, in the year one Havana port
I ernnt!< with tit le-ive )f tho thousand eight himdred nnd twenty-four,
and thirtysix.Tm )ynmt: supenn- | the State or Territory, in which such 1 SEC. 5. And lIt it further tnnetnt. That '!
Chic';) :a;'easy: from' ..11 after th" teul'iit or .S'ere'.iry of Wir, provjlelsuh ; prison or penitentiary is situated i and while I" and the nanie are hereby rl'llll'llli"hl'.t| w henever President of the Uniied t-tallil t
thirty tlrst day: or Djoe.no.jr next. I sisscnee shill at n > one lima, exceed <1 confined therein shill ,also be rxdusiveyund'Tthn mind \'vested the mid half breeds uf1'1" : shall be NatUficd that the dinermunatlnc 1
Tiltvli! Iii..'. l .ij-'icy, fro'n a11 1 after !sixty divs.Ss. 1" control of the officer having and Fox trusts or nations of Itu duties in favor of bottoms levied
the! thi.-ty-first! diy of Djcem'jc:, ci fe- : :. II Vi I b.' it further enacted, T\-i\: i I charge of the .anie. under the lawstif the nt the passage of Ibis net, arc, under the i t'I the of Siiunifli{ Amf'ritan'ellMl.. inilicporta
hu iced the of a'lainuiiiu< or othprsninssiiji.ila'el reservation in the said treaty, entitled, by I!i upon corjjiM-n
ten: i an I thirty-sit. i p.iymo-H said State or Territory. of Cuba and Porto Rico have been
Ail ilohr! :ajinciei; not provided for I I by iretiy t'J b- mile to aiv In- APPROVED, June 30, 183. the Infian, title, lo the Name ; anti full I uliolmhed,or win-never in his opinion a .alisfaelory
< in that act, from ail after tin pa-wii: ? Lag: tribe! shall! IwtniL l !"m the chum-fi of power and authority to transfer their the
t1! ::elf: PiMvilel. Tint the limit; iti<" of ''irich trib >>r f<. 4'1"II"r.' ..)'. as j. iil tribe [I't'BLtC. No. Sal( I portions thereof, by yale, device tit decent,1 I the Mild duties arrangement shall| || have upon have been subjectof made
the law of the :Mate of Mu-
thdsaid! ajen.jie: ..b..llINt! bee a HI rue I to shill apioiiit ; or if any mute tribe AN' ACT increuiing the HIt arll'II ff the according! lo I between the United States and Wpum, thnPrealdent
pre:1.1'1tl1 President of the Uuifl Su''iv sit' illat;,,,r.ijiri.i't' their! ansi smile. to in1 par< judges' of the United Stale for the Terrjtories Honrl.APIBOX. b hereby authorized to declare
30th : ,
fro a luiM Hinging: the run at an eirlierpqriiL poscofcil'ieiti, in or to any other specific of Michigan, Arkansas, and FlorUrlik to, June he same by proclamation, and thereupon
:: A'lith? Preii lent sit' ill' b.., and us*), then t') such pursuit or persicisas such this act shag ccae to- have any further
n* is h're.J1t'ul"ruQ I, whflisver! he m iyjudje tribe bhill de itfn.ite.! n. it enacted by the Senat/t aid Houseof No. RI.} force or etf't.ct-
it etpsdunt, discontinue, any In [ Sic.; 1-{ Ail I .) !, fu-ih-r I'II""If1. Thai Riiprcscnutivesr of the United Stale f11ricl1 AV ACT iU I homing this-Coternormof thew'seral
... diaa: ajevy, or ttra'ieferthisani! from: it shall! bt l.Jwf..lf.Jr the President a the. Unite .\' in Congress aswmbJed That States to trtinHmit, by mail, cer1un \ Ll't'tt.cNo.. R1.'
thD.pl.iCC. tribe designated by law, tal I au/h other place or trim as the pu'ilic sr- | bribe to wiic! any aiiuiiy nhill bi payable\ ,, toe-vhof the jU I lies( of the United State He it tntu t"l by She Semite and Jlnunfoftfitrrit'ntfitieetnfthe United Stiles to direct transfer of appropriations -
vice in ,y require. Ail every Indiai aRen' il m')'icy, 11 c i m the su; n* to be paid in bur the T.rnt'iries of Michigan, Arkansas, V"iHlal! ,. ofAmffica \ In the 'naval service, under
shill reside a.il. ken; his "agency within gvvls, purchiied as provide in thinnest and Florida the kiim of three hundred dol I. in (! *imi ameoUtled That Hi certain eirriimxtunre.
or near the territory of tin tribe! for section of this: act. I lars, in addition to the salaries now allowed shall bw lawful for the flovernon of the I lie it enarttil by th. Senate aryl Home
which! he tasty bo a ent. and at such place Ser 13. Alibi I it further en iciel, Tint i I by taw to the haul judges, respectively, several States to transmit by mail, free of. of lteprese+etaliees of the United Stairs ,of
at the Prusilent mxy dssig.uti, ani shall! : all mcrehtnliw) rejuircJ by any Indian |I Scoring 2. Ant be U further enacted, postage, all lawn and report whether bound I, America in Congress assembled That,
nj de.Jirt fro n thee hum'ts of his agency treaty for the Inluus. pitiable alter making That this net nhall take effect from the first I or unbound and all record and document upon the application- the Hecroury of
withoit p rmui.tL: Ail: it shall be ofsueh treaty: shallbe purchised un- Jay of January, eighteen hundred and of their respective Slates which may be Ihe Navy, the President of. the United
psteat tat the President t<) require cln-1 aiy I dr tlu direction of Sjcro'ary' at War tliirty-four, aid that the nevrral-auma authorized I directed by the -ginlature of the several I Nt sees, ULall have authority itbeiMVcr. in
m Mary oJi:set of the Unite rotates to execute upon proposals t'/tee received to bo b L'tf'.1 l to be paid sliall be push out of any Stains to-be traiisniiiteil to Exeeiuite of! his opinion, the eomingenrie of the publicrvir
the duties of Italian aent.8sa !onnong.js: previoisly to hit !given ail all money in the Treasury not othf rwiao ap- other Stales i and the Governor of the Slate -rvir may require It, at 'any period between
. 5. And be it further f'n l'tt"d. That m-!rch)4tJ i require' at tin miVo' ? of any pr 'priated. transmitting! the name shall In addition to the elo* of the year, and the passage -
.. -a comment: numSer of subagents! shill be Indian treaty, slnU 1 bepirchisel +ii her Ihe'i Sea 3. And be it further enacted That his frank, endorse the lied of book or do- ofthen w naval pproprtalloit bill,
appojntej by the President with an situ 'I order of thu eo n ntssioners.' by such perHOU the c.a'l8daluy allowed by DIM act cuuiesmtcncloscel, and direct the name to lo direct that part tlr the money appropriated -
td .aUry of l!we4 hnnlrel and fifty dollars | : at they shall aopoint or by ..lcltlIer- shill only he paid to Much judge in the the Governor of the State to w nigh Uitame fora parlieuJar branch of tno navalservice
each, to l be. employed and to reside wher soi a< shell bj de.ifMi..l by the Presidentf Territories of Florida and Arlmw an are may ba went this former year to be applied 10 a-
ever the President, miy direct anl who > that pirpo Anl all pureliisw 01 i not now allowed the extra compensation Apt'UUUD, June Sfkli, 1831. notht braneh of the said service ; in which
lull! give boats with oie or m )re sureties y! count of tin liiiaiii. a id all\ piyn"it ac-j under the ant of May 12 providing for ease "P"irl at'COUDor the monies thus
in the penal sum of one thousand doU the n of 'itxny or ?>>U, shell be made the aJjudicatioo of Iud claims, and shall [Past 1'c. >t>. nj.] transferred, and flf their application, hall
lars> for the faithful execution of the si"\). ;, s.iuh 11"-.1 u< HIT t'eesid'at shall design take eT et as to the remainder when the AV, ALT authorizing the payment of bounty be laid l M-furs Concrepre..iou.. to its *4journmenl. >
Out no suhaZeet shall be ai100inle 1 who lie fir th! it purpo .\111 the 'I'1p"rin'1-1' : extra pay aforesaid shall no longer be paid. i/it certain II.hill".l'tIfIeI,1uM Senate ami at louse ea. *
shall reiide within tho limits of any agency : d) it, steal, or III.hletlot! together! Arpaoveo, June 311th, IS3I. lit it tuaclvl by the of the .. < where there i* an a(cut app )int d. I s'I"!) military: oFnsr as the President w"1 of Repretativt That the -
Sec, 0. Aid be it further enacted, That: direst, shill b'i present, and certify & (Pu.uc No. 81.) America in Cumfreit attembled.. and Ch.rle [ : 86.]
of the of Uoxton -
nothing herein eontaiaei shilj! be construclto dc-Uvery: of 'ill'1 (f ))Js "'.d mimv r* jmre,l AV ACT making compensation for certain collector port is authorized AV ACT to authorize ttoBocretary of the
: And. diplomatic services, and for other town be, and IM hereby to Treasury to grant a right of way in a
toqu're the re-apiiiintmjitof persjisjnow 10 bt pat 1 or lolivere to the Ini 1fti. purpo- and of the aid
< in oJi: e. until the expira-i-vi: of ih-ir } tit ) JUliet rel'tired by any section of this tat>*. pay to the late owner crew t'f'rtahuU in the City of New-I Ork.
Present term, ot *crvt.'ei but tli'j coat un act of military officers, shall be perfor \ Ue it enacted by the Senate an

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ReprftenMtttt of At Unite Stale* of Ameriea You may: remember! how often we hare CouncuSva Md last night-Lord Melbourne sulted from it of which Earl Grey has A\\t-\\on Stile:

I in Omxrt tuitmbled, That the endeavored to comprehend In Its. true sense immodiaely proceeded to wait upon spokrn. the remarks WILL be sold on MONDAY 29th Sept
: Secretary of the Treasury..., and he I is. the meaning of the words "the liberty of I His Majesty. The Funds remain steady. The Lord Chancellor: deprecated and defended the by order of the syndic of G.
hereby, authorized to grant unto the President the press." we fancying it meant tho powerof Tho Irish Orcion<< Bill will, notwithstanding of the noble Duke should C. Forsyth of New-Orleans, LOT No. 12
Directors and Company of the Bank the Government to press sailors into the the hinge in the ministry it i I" late f'rimeMinmater. Forhimself, !' on the Public Green, containing 80 feet
of the United States! and their successor! King's sort Ire. I found out my mistake: I admitted on all hinds, be persevered inI never be sail. of him (the Lord Chancellor) front by 03 feet In depth. Terms 90 days
!. -I[ and aunrn*, A right of way and pa"age, over it mean the privileges of the meuppapcrs I I The most unexpected! intelligence by this that lie should! be the man, at his whateverhazard credit IIKNRY MICHELET
and upon the land. mid premises, purchased Not only: hive the reporters of the pipers I arrival is, that Don Carlos had escaped \\ ho"olllt nolllt'\nd in whose by ervice BO'Cteilfn he- Au:. 30, 1834: 23 Auctioneer.
by the United States for the .site of seats assigned them in the gallery, but the from E.iglan"1 end made his appearance in and the country,
a custom haus, in the port of New-York, public Journals,-or, n* they are called the north of Sp in. It comes. now ever. ina hid: been for three years and a half lie 'rtnuvan\\\ tint ttstty.
and upon such term and condition and now, the fourth estate,"-hue their individual -I very questioiublfl shape To us, it is unaccountable had tendered no resignation (Some laugh-
with .such reservations. and restrictions! n<4 r 'prcHCiita*le!* In I'arliampntr that it should be, known in then,) would MEDICAL DPARTMENT.:
I in judgment the public interests may: require Walter represents the Times," Mr Cob- Liverpool IIllh.: 16th July', that Don Carlos Noble lords might hugh \ but he LECTURES In this institution
for the purpose of carrying' 'into cffcc belt represents his own Register;" :Mr had arrived hi pain, and it yet IIP n ask w as therp any thing !I"* very merry THE commence as usual on the first
tno act entitled An act making ipproprli tames represents the Leeds" Mircury ;" mailer of doubt' in London on the I 11th. the present situation of ministers to cause Monday in .fforember and terminate on
lion* for a ('u.rum-hoo..e. In the city ofNl'w Colonel Torrcns represents the (lIotw ;" that he hid left !Portsmouth A contest is laughter f Probably the noble lords so In. \\\cfr\ t Saturday in March. The courses
-Ynrk, and fur' other purposes" passedthe Mr Buckingham represents the "Rot'iew ;", evilently i preparng in the Spanish northern dnlgii'gthemselweswnomld hive; no objeclion are: .
; thirtieth diy of July in the year onelIt Mr. Whittle Harvey the Sunday Tunes," provinces!!, o: which the result will be to take put: lathe new administration ; Anatomy and Surgery by Dr. DCDLCYInititnta ,
b!lIt thousand, eight hundred and thirty-two Mr Spinlkie the "Morning Cnroiuele j" hichly imporlitt General Rodil, with no they know better for he declared that of.Medicine and Clinical Practice -
I Arrnovco, 30th June, 1831. this is quite as it should be,-e-pociully, ns the (Jjuiin'a forces from Portugal: mnst nothing but an imperative sense of dlltyt'Juld by Dr. CAI.DWELL.
I rt I am told, that although the MinNlcrs here ere thin, have nrrived there and given bat hive induced him torpmal in office a Theory and Practice of Physic, by Dr.
[Pinuc. No. P9 [ govern the country, the newspapers gore'crn tic to the colleet'd partisans: Don Carlos single hour !after the resignation' of his noble' COOK.Obstetrics.
I I AN ACT for dunging the term of the fink Ihem From I'orliiffjl there Is. nothing inipor friend With respect to another retirement and Diseases of Women and
,) k I hid Court for the Western District of On the opposite mile of the House I saw taut Don Pedio his been seriously! indisposed \\t\ that of the noble lord the Chan- Children, by Dr. RICIIAPDHONMuteriA .
;' ,, : Lnuhiann.Re Sir Robert Feel, w horn I knew ; Mr Goul but had recovered cellist of the Exchequer he was of opinion Medic and Medical Botany, by
r, tl I it enacted by the Ser.atr aril limn burn; and Sir Henry Hardinge, whom I The change it the English; ministry hid tint: there was no occasion for such resignation Dr. SHORT.
I of Ilcpretntatitc of the United Silatfi oAm hate, not only for hiA pirtu-ipition in caused considerable aitatiou ill Paiis, and so much the more did he regret Chemistry and Phar nacy, by Dr. YAVOELL.
"1 fr if a in Congress ai emblrd. Tli:it the lint ruinous!! (battle of Wartrrloo, but for which is no* astonishing, considering the it. The report was then brought up .
term of the District Court of the tTmtei the manner in which he upholds everything close eoe+metlOD! w hirh has existed between and the house adjourned. During the entire term, the Professor' of
States '.nh. Western District; of Loui.1. English ; I cannot iH-ir II tliollalily of the I late British Cabinet and that of Iioms Anatomy and Surgery lectures! nine times
aim, ..hall'hf'r..aCter commence and bo ho!- thin sort ("oblx-lt wns poiutp'l out tome. Phillippe. The Paris papers are still full :Mr Dvvin loco a brother of the Et each week! and the other Professors daily',
.; den on the third Mouthy: of March in f'arh lie looks' like n r.rrnrr-but n very r 'spcctiblrone of speculations in relation to the course of trick Shepherd, arrived in the city of New Sabbaths excepted. The fees to the entire
and every year, ln+tend of the time hoirii I And I Hume I "i\\",- u whose England/ and France towards Russia York with Ins family, amid proceeded to course, with matriculation and the use of
f s' fore appointed by law, and the court !"hithen calculations weIlcd to barn HO man)' Jiemirnation iif the Hntixh Ministry Silver Like Pennsylvania, for the purpose the Library, amount to fellO.-Thegradu.
", +, be bolden under the power. dutip, laughs when he was fancied by the nobility HOUSE OF I.OHDS-Jnv\ ofJlf'lllina.If'; Hogffwis/ formerly shepherd ation fee is $20.By .
:, rule, and regulations heretofore prescrib, here, a much (renter man thin he pisses On he( order of the day being read for to Sir Walter Scott ; but since the order of the Faculty.
ed by law. for now ,-he i lot a remarkiblv ill looking the bringing; up of the report on the Irish breaking up of the establishment at Ab- C. W SHORT M. D. Dean
SEC. 2. And If further enacted Thai man. but married n great f all process, pleading motion, suits mod history flissprtmg brother is n true one to address the House, I but was so country
business, heretofore begun, pending:; and But lu justifieshisconduct! by his! lIol ii. much overpowered by Ins feelings that he ------ District of 'West Florida,
undetermined: shall: stand continued.iln tudfl loisrertitn the compl tint by which IM was obliged to resume Ins !scat The Duke! St James Chapel Inloxbury.Mass.: : was
1 adjourned offer to the mid term of ncourt lost him ; nnd uy8: -"I cannot say that I of dilution, cmidently! with the view of eons*'eritcd in the usual form on Thursday SUPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA
f,i to be holden on the said third Monday dissected him, for I di in March next then to be proceede! onncd him loser what he dnj i,'," himself, presented several petitions! in favor Hi-hop Griswold from 2d Samuel, 21th George Knight complainant, )f
t in, an. if regularly return iblc to notified, or i\\asuiie| pleased to nee Sir I'rmcisRurdett of the Established Church.: Earl drey a- chip 5Hthver. The sen ices werehigh- vs.' In Chance
net for that term. looking! PO well. I met him afterwards gain rose, and after apolo Mng for the excess olemn and appropriate. UH TheheinofloseAntonioMiry.'
ly interesting
APPROVED, 30th June, 1831.: nnd he desired! to be remembered of feeling which ho had shim 11. proceeded Cmzettc. rail, deceased, defendant's.I1' .J
to you: he was walking with Sir Charles to explain the cause which had led appearing to the satisfaction of the
d I PHI.ic. No. 00.JAN U'ttlierell, which surprised me Lnowinf lo his resignation. He entered at some .W\rtninn\ on the 11th ultimo at St. I Court, that the defendant's in the above -
I i ACT to prohibit the corporation* of how their principles rliflVr but it seems the length into the communications which hal named case do not reaide in Florida,
t I, Washington, CJeorgetown, and Alcx.iu sharp edge of Sir Francis' politics is worn passed between himself i\.nd the noble m.ir- Tunis' Chapel in Roxbury Mass by the but in the Island of Cuba. On motion of
,1, dri% in the District of Columbia, from I down ; which annoys some of his violent quis at the head of the Irish "1)'f'rnmfl1l.whit'h resident the Island.ICq. 01( the complainant's Solicitor it is ordered
,, bill who he shall he described narthint that publication be made in the newspaper ..
'f I suing promi sory note or of any; iiipporters, swear: not represent as private communications st. Thomas! \lissl'IIEBE: ANN: daughterof .
t denomination loss thin tn 'Wiars after \Ve>ltmini'er again. If he does not, to himself personally! and not as a Lieut. Com JOHN \V of ,the U. SNivy printed at Pensacola, once a month for the ...
: "i f I tiie period therein" mentioned ant for l ftgrndtiTil C !/>-UJr\ "v will mae! him a peer ; he serves minister, and stated tint up to the 23d of IIITL, space of six months, that unless the de
withdrawal from circulation of great many' people in that way when het:11e"it June tliercwus! no doubt in the opinion of .. fendant's within six months: answer thecomplainant's
-' all inch'note or bills into his )head the whole cabinet, that: the renew el of the ---------- Bill, the same will be taken
(i He it fnarted by the Senile and ffnux 1 heard Lord 1'almerston speak upon the coercion act was indispensable for the safety PORT OFPEV&lCOI.tKntcllfarnce. pro confcsso and the matters thereof decreed
I'I'i\; "{. of Representative of the Unite.I States of foreign policy! of England ; of nil the menI of Ireland. accordingly. (Test)
America in Conrrem auem'ite, That I II ever heard, I like him the the best, at least O:i the Ud of June he received! a private GEORGE F. DALTZELL, Clerk.
; shall not bo lawful for the colorations of upon lint topic;-there is something HO lib- and confidential letter from the noble mirquis. .fUarCnr --Pcimcola, August! 29th, 1834: 23;
in I Washington, Georgetown or Alexandria eral in his views,-so careless of what are which appeared to hue been produced Samuel W.lh'er )
in the District of Columbia, or cither or called the mtPrpsNofhn country.-nothing not no much by tiny oruiiul Mew" Depart rsBenj. >
; 1 them, after the first day of Mirch, eight selfish thit: mold have fineicl) one of our taken by that illustrious person of the state Schr Rose in lilooin, Ferrets, Mobile Barrow.Bl' )
teen hun trod and i inane Deities himself of Ireland considerations! 20 boxes Arrow Root, by J. Fcrguxon. directed from
thirty-nine, to any or even TillejrtuJ was as by certain virtue of a fife to me
1 promissory note or bill of n less denomina dismtnsing the Hulijcel A Mr Thoinps-m which haJ been suggested to him In' others Schr Dart Holden, New-Orleans-29G6.2 ,- Honorable the Superior Court of
tlon thn ten dollars-ProwM, tint it -Uon..ieurTIJHon-ljoke: aliout trade without Ins (Rut Grey's) knowIeJged feet Lumber, by J. Jum. West Florida, I shall proceed to cell at
ehall not be lawful for either of tho CorPo- and commerce and also pleased/ coo wry prnity.. affecting the political: state of the Schr. Betsey, Foster, N. Orleans 20000 Public Vendue on the 4th of October, 1834,
rations aforesaid la make or issue any promissory much. country rather than the Mate of Ireland Bricks by L. C. Hnbbell, T)5 boxes Merchandize at the door of the Court House !in Pensacola
t't note or bill, after the pine i or Lord nrrm (1i un is desperatelyhideous lie lost no time in writing to the noble mar by \\ hitaker & Hall. between' the hours prescribed by law
'this act, of a less denomination than ten and so In Lord Durham. You rememberthe quis, and l letters were s bsequcntly" reteiv.e .' all the right: title and interest of the said
t dollar*. mistake which occurred at the Saloon: : '1, the result of which was that ,the noble I aDViJn l.$i3j\t72XC.$. BENJ. BARROW in, and to the follow-
l SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That when ho was living amongst us, and when marquis, did express an opinion that it ing Property, to wit :
( each and all the corporation afore\\.\shall somi flippant observation of hill was met would promote other objects here, the NOTICE.THE .A tract of LAND. of 40 10-100 acres,
annually withdraw from circulation and by a rhinVflsyrmr: to- ram, -TBWITU aea- Oil.. .1 T-llW'- Vn..iil.1 M***).* > "" Jfc i i "h. Cpiiniy of E. 'ambia,
r I 1- .... destroy promissory notes or bills of Bale respectively gre," mistaking him for a black. If 1 did be dispensed with, especially if by that suWi'ibeTcohlcnipIaTes> IcavTiiji about twenty seven miles from the City of
v issued by either ofthem of a leas' not know this. fact, I should have doubted I I omission an extension of the term could be acola about the 15th mst during Pensacola, being the 8. E. 1-4. N. E. 1-4
I t denomination than ten dollars. no a.* to effect it, because he is. no more black thin' lam. effected. From this view he found himself his ab \1ellsrs.II\R! & LE BARON part of f'rtion"; Township 2, Range 28,
a reduction of one-fifth per annum of -he ill as j clloow as a Napoleon compelled {o dissent, and he now came to arc his agents and attorneys in fact.: North and West, as also all the Buildings
the amount which each corporation may 'Jle represents the 'omes." I am toM, I' state what,ought never to inure bqcn; known IIENUY AI1HENS. thereon, consisting,: of a Saw Mill, Dwelling
hivo in circulation of the sai,1 notes or lulls i and is very angry at the present state of affaire beyond tin cabinet. There had been, he Pensacola Sept. 5th, 1831. 3 20 House, &c. Said property is now occupied -
and realer an account at each session to : however all I heir is from our fair could not conceal the fact, considerable by Benjamin Barrow.
Congress, showing the amount withdrawn' friend with the curls-an authority which, difference ft f opinion in the cabinet: but ultimately ON SATURDAY the Oth of October JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal.
and extinguished! as aforesaid, and the ban I ought to sty, has never yet deceived me. al agreed that the bill should I lot' at 11 o'clock A. M. I shall offer by JOSEPH SIERRA
lance still in circulation.. I was taken the other night: to Kenstng introduced in the form in which he had introduced for lease or sale, in front of the Court I louse Deputy Marshal f
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That, ton Palace to tho moires given by the Duke it, and this deJcrmmition! had in this city, the following property, or no August 10 No. 23Joseph
t on failure of either or all of the corporations of Sussex! President of ih.i UYltl Society since received the full sanction of the Lord much thereof as will pay the corporation Y. Cruzat --'--
aforesaid to comply with the requirements we waited a long time before tIP! Prince Lieutenant of Pensjcola for taxes due thereon, up to !
of the second section of this act, it made his appearance, for he had n dinner It was with considerable pain and surprise the Slut day of December 1831, unless the 1-3 > '
I i that be heard the of these taxes arc paid to the subscriber before Carlos De Vilhers J
hill not thereafter be lawful for tho corporation party and they sat late. I walt a good deal production the
l or corporations so failing to issue amused by the way in which he adresaei: private corsmnncation called for in the oth- day of sole, together with all costs and BY virtue of n writ of/?. fa. to me directed -
denomination his chaplain, \\homhccilledDomino and er House. The statements respecting them charges. from the Hon. the Superior
any promisory note or bill of a less ; '
than ten dollars. still more plea'lellvilh joke, which I am i were made without knowledge but the effect JAMES: CAULFIELD.: Court of the Western District of Florida, I
Meaovsn 80th June. 1834.: afraid I can hardly explain to you althoughyou was tkis: a member of the other house No. 201-1 Lot on i(omma-litrrct, a- shall proceed to sell at Public Outcry, on
insist upon my writing to you in En, having been put in possession of the fact of mount of taxes b0 23.WIDOW the first Saturday of October, 1834, at the
'From the'New Monthly M: gush :-There was a Doctor Peacock dancIng -, this communication, made use of it to bringa CHRISTIN. door of the Court House in Pensacola, bctw >
Extract of a Ittter from London, reorient attend.nice upon him and hu Royal charge against: government, stating that 55-1 Lot on Bay'len-streel, amount of ecn the hours prescribed by law, all the
in Pan Highncss's great delight was to call: him, the production of these documents was absolutely taxes $013.JOINN right, title and interest of Mid CARLOSDE
9 One night last weck,I was at the House Dr. Peafowl ; at which every body laugh necessary to justify! the passing of DONELSON. VILLIERS, deceased, in and to Ae fol
of Commons., I was introduced to the cd excessively that: bill ,,And charging a member of theo"ernn1 87, 8S-2 half Lots on Cuna street. lowing Property, or in so much thereof as
I 1 Speaker before he went to take the chair He has a very fine library, and seems ; nt with a breach of faith, vacillation 99, 104-2 Lots on' do. will satisfy the above Execution and Cost!,
ratified the anxious and to all 223: 303 301 2t)' 1 Lots Romana-st. town :-Lot No. 218, with the buildings ]
I and was highly f by reception very to pass for a saran!, Like inconsistency contrary on
which I met with. 11m manners are chirming : all the Royal Family he is extremely affable precedents, and the proceeding in this 207, 203, 303, 30.-i do. on Brue-street. thereon in the City of Pensacola being
11 I and although dignified in an eminent and good natured, very big and black house. The consequence of this had been 309 318, 319, :320 4 do. on Gardcn-st. eighty, feet front on Government-street by
.degree while fulfilling the duties of his about the whiskers, which i think must be that: the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who 310, 311, :m-3 do. oil.Manreza-tt.: one hundred and ninety-five feet deep. '
important and arduous oflioe of president, Ibrkcned by soma preparation for the fim: had the conduct of the affairs of government 313, 315, 310-3 do oil do. JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal
i f I there U a kin.dnen.ss, and even pliyftilne ily are universally fair. Some men"die for in the other house, and who had been 39-1-i do. on Ccvnllos-st! By JOSEPH SIERRA
,1, in hi* conversation in private hfc, which I love."-perhaps Ilis Royal Highness: dy" fully impressed with the opinion of the 4/)-1 do. on Rending Deputy Marshal.
found most aarooabla. r' fur glory'." This is a pun which I shall Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and who felt 4, 7, 8, 10-4 Lots on the Suburb August 10 No. 23
We entered the 1tute by the Member's (leave you to make out how much of the grounds upon which this 13,11,15,1,17lit, 20, 41-8 do. on do. The I'cuAActAaouse
door, and were placed insects exactly'aim- bill was proposed was swept from under 42, 43, 41, S7, S8, 59-0 , flat to those of the Members,' under the Prim lie V: V 5:tvrtator, ..1"4"U/lIIEt him, felt, in consequence! of whit had 2 orpcn! near to the !Spring ( (') !';.rn or PAIAFOX AND RDMANA:
I gallery and In the body of the HOUSA: although IMPORTANT FROM K\UL-\ND, passed! In the other house, that he could 10 do. wtsttoCasi Blanca.-.\mount i Will be opened for PUBLIC .
I I' technically speaking, out of the 1t\SUE or .MiNHrav. not, with satisfaction to himself, (continue of taxes feU TJ 3-1 I ACCOMMODATION onthelst a
House, inasmuch" we were without the The Liverpool packet ships Constitution, in the situation which he then held. ELLEN FOVTER: a' : of September, by ,y"
, bar. There was a full attendance of M"m- Captain Wilson, and Europe, C.ipt Mar The consequence was yesterday 70-1-2 Lot on CO\'eJIIlllrnt-stmet-n- I JOHN GARNIER
t hers, and the smell wa very oppr9 lIivo. shall armed yesterday They bring us morning he (Lord Grey) receive a letter mount of taxes m' OIL August 30 No. 25NU'I'ICE. "
'I 1 What struck me most forcibly wj the London Journals to the 1.1th; and Liverpool from hi* noble friend, containing his resignation : JAMES L. (:OR It:. I
.' strange variety of hats which they wore. to the I7th July inclusive ; and in a personal interview with 10-5.1 feet on Church-street-amount of .
i 2 for they were almost all corrreJ: r In fet I The Uriti'h Ministry, of which Earl! him biding ascertained that his resolutionwas taxes SO 13 1-2. I WILL attend at the following named
I'I never saw an Assembly of similar importance Qfty; was time head, is. broken up. The final\ he Mihmiited that resolution to WM. II HUNT. plat'CtfM the purpose of assessing the
t, ; -if there be such a thing In Europe Communication which pissed between Mr his Majesty. It then became necessary' to 329-1 Lot on Florida lIIanC'a-l't.) TAXES due the Territory of Florida and rl
so little calculated to inspire either awe: or Littleton, the Secretary for Ireland, andMr. consider what he should do. lie had long 42-1 do. on Readinj. I amount County' of Escainbia for the year 1834, to
respect. O'Connell, appelr to hue led to this been anxious; to be relieved from the labors I 03; -1 do. on Cuuvstreet.: of taxes; wit :-At Pringle'ltSC'hoollloulJ8,Westside '"
On the ministerial bench I MW Lord Alt tmportant occurrence. Lord Melbourne of ofnc, which were greater than he could j 1 arpcu ot the suburbs j I SO 30 i. of Escambn: on Monday the 15th of Sep
t thorp, who looks like farmer Lord John the former Hoin Secretary, has been enjoined hear, and this new breach having renderedIt 80, 81, 82 83, 79-5 Lots on do. tember next At the house of Angus
Rusacl, who looks like a frog Lord Pal. by the King to form a new Cabinet impossible to carry on the governmentto MATTHEW HANNUI Nicholson, on the East Hide of E cambia.on .
I .merston. who looks like a man milliner ; of which he will therefore become the head, any useful purpose, he had determined 23 s-1 Lot on Pihfox-nt Wednesday the 17th. At the house of
and Sir James Graham, who looks like an and Lord Althorp, the Chancellor of the to tender his resignation to his Majesty, 308, 3T'J-2 half lots on the Bay-amount Bcnj. Kennedy, 'old Water on Fridaythe
,I English gentleman-indeed be is the beat Exchequer, has consented to resume the which resignation had been most gracious of taxes 91 2.1. 19th. At the home of John' Gardner
ideal of the island aristocrat. Mr. E Iward duties of that otnre under him, although it ly accepted. The noble Earl then took a CIRVILLE 1.E..t; .\ EIlKie is a good bluff looking man, and wan was his resignationvhich induced that of brief review of the policy of hilt administration I 337-1 Lot on Intendcnria-strcct the 20th. At the house of David S. ,
sitting in earnest conversation with Member Earl Grey The latest Intelligence on the and appealed to the people whether mount of taxes SI OilANTONIO )11.CrelFlorid.. Town on Monday the
whole name I think they told me was subject is communicated in a slip from the pledges on which the admini!tra- MIRALLA 22d. F. T. COMMYNS,
Daumjarten, although I e'wild not find it in Winner's; newspaper office, dated Liverpool tion had been formed, namely, peace, reform 281-69 feet on Intcndcncia-btrcct-{ Assessor for Escambia County.
the lint of Members when I went home. Mr. July 10th, 6P M It is as follows : and retrenchment not been full mount of taxes $0 75: -- ; Per.sacoli, August 15th. 1834. 23NeTV
Ferguson.. also there, who they told The arrangements of the new Ministry redeemed FRANCIS. \LDERASMALBRUE: I '
nw, had b-ren imprison in Nevnte for a may be said to!be completed. 'rho changeswill : The Duke of Wellington contended that 16$-1-2 Lot on Florida Blanaa-amount ()st. Office.
riot some yenta ago land Mr. Whittle Harvey bo few. Lord Melbourne's removal the party who made the communications of taxes $0 183-4. POST OFFICE haabeen established
P a pirtwnUr friend of Lord nl'Ch"n: t from the Home Office will, it is raid, make alluded.tobr' the noble Earl ought never to JOHN MOORE. I A at Indian Key, Florida. All letter
who hw made a great complaint that he is room for Lord Duneannon, who will get have been admitted to his Majesty sen'ice. 157-1-2 Lot on : and papers for persons residing on this Island l.
not pt"rmitt" to he a pleadJn the court he situation hitherto held by the Premier lie[ was satisfied that his right honorable mount of taxes SO IntpndenCia-IJlrl'ct-a-1 at Cape Florida, Kayo-Discayno, New ,
being as bo things, fully entitled to be 11 Is also rumored that Lord Durham is going rrit"1ld. the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, was U. K. P1}:RCE. I River, Key Vacas, on board the light ship
called to the bar. '&1 saw, too, Mr Jeffrey, to Ireland in the capacity of Lord Lieutenant fully justified in every part of the business." 26-1 Lot on the Bay-amount of taxes Florida, or on board any of the wreckingkcsscl ,
) ,She,writer of the Edinburgh Review" to and Mr Tennyson has been named The statement he had made to the noble 80 17 1-2. I.*. excepting the PJzarro will rest'tht'lr ,
f who-nlhal' been prevton7y introduced : hi. Secretary.The Earl at the head of the government re!peetng MERCED VIDAL. j intended destination moat readily mm ,.
r and Sir Edgard; Codruntoi, the admiral new arrangements! are said to be the altercation in the coercion bill. was 134-70 feet on Intrndeucia-strett mailed for this Office.II. .
who did us so much good at Navarino. bvcnpplinj very annoying to Lord! Hroiighsm, who Is hat if such and such w as the state of Ireland mount of taxes $018 3.4. S. WATERHOU8E. P. M
; the! Turk; who tie ire ttt time stated to hue resigned the Seals and : .
gone then the court-martial clause might RAFAEL VIDAL. Indian Key, (Florida,) May 15.1834Efe
;were rather important. allies of the English down to Windsor, to ha*e an audience with I be dispensed with. The noble Duke then 2-10-1-2 Lot on the Spring Road-a-
I -he is a tea y man, but they say brave I the Klny: The t'uftrallmpre"lon Is that or aD
: entered I into a long exposition of the do- mount taxes SO 12 1-2 a
i I and is called "Oo it, Ned-iho reason I the new Cabinet is not composed of material 1 mt'sl\c\ and foreign policy of the late povernncnt F. T. COMMYNS, Tax Collector. vted {
'why, I WM unable to leer.r J |l.+ or a>i enduring quality A Cabinet! 1 and denied that these benefits had re Pensacola, Aug. 26, 1831. 23 AT TillS+ OFFICE.




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-- tor\f\ r slavefy on the Tree negroes, as'' rxpo''urr, which :ire known to live (\:1-: 'nond here to-diy r111 be happy t.' ddreasingherMajesty'sgovernment on the l

V .5i S tC01LS their bent and only 'ion to di ieaww of the bowels at llu,\ .rll..on 'hike' << by the bind my old acqimmtan .ubjert n
protectionIn I''>f the ) car' anon' liMn at soy ath, r. More I'c#, and such other of uiv friends as miy.x II \\uhoutrntrnnganew upon the field t

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1831. Charlc8tov\, Ma;saclw;.ctn, a mostdisgmaceful than one half of the taxes Buy he fairly oclilov pltMiM to atlortl nio the ol'\lorlunllY. | c if argument t\u'h. 1II1'104'ntlllt""lf. ills eonoivrti .
theemmrse'Nhich I butte pnrnutil I,.- by the l'rt "uirnt that nil tbo eon'i,IiratloiiM -
ardent In (
riot has lately occurrcl l. The n tn the etccssit c indilg* m e in
The passengers in the last Wage from ind:gnjtum of the mob had been excited PpmK. and ,if lire rest a part to the indiscriminate arils tho Hank, 1 hat I"'n governed by Ia "hid, t""t'lu'rNnl"e existed,, nndtcnpn

Blakcly, bring us the painful intelligence line of articles of ordiinr) food, (H>Unm MIISO of duty, HIM have ncteroubted : I< .'ed tiponthegotrMiinenttifspnin: ; ,

that by a fate ana: fm.lish report, that one of which, how cu er innocent at other -H',i.ons, that when the people c;inn- to ruled : I n for of aciiiichidiou l<< .r ibis malt upon '
-wlibn the
on Tuesday mominf list' the sisters, of ihc I'r,ubnc 'onvent in that IIr(' known to h(' dtloterirtiw in the excescive upon the conduct ol limo iU'IlItllllllll.th i Iltl ba-is of the n'I'IO't)' pain ( the "

passengers: for this placc hat just lauded I place, was detained in her cell against: liar htai of M tuntrr i und a part tti thenu (')' vvunlJ concur with me in t-lIl1ll1u'm.t! ;. 1: adcpt'ndcnccofIii" .1.11' ovo f'nlon.
'W which to iho ol out free intitntt I 1,1.I not only cntini to exW' but ha' f
Blakely from the steam boat, will The .tiktn \ <>f the patients tilt the It nsdangrrouv Monty I tn
brought the mail from Mobile one of her 'onenl w as burnt, and everything mttiro of t L'n'puhcts. of which lacy writ , Pouter this IOIIVK tinn the a- t trrntl utrrngthiiMilbt tjmo tent l eiiciimilnnec ,.

I longing to it. was de lrO) N. Ihomsters the Mibjti\ ''Is' All the alutve cmisi OJH'rn' ''i i\i"o anal! O"'OIill" vvliuli have Urn thrown' *, and ho cannot bil purMudr lumiclf '
*0Ustabuftl: made a complete wreck ofl ihanl that Ibo evn willbcrtcrivitt tn It" .true .
vurc left withnut achanpe of orl\-I: tiM in n tli n'o, but the first! was the must u[Kin me, hive hid no itthir etArt :

the boat, and destroyed the lives of almost ret, and their pupils, the most, of whom general. cinre alt the patient. eucpnugitidy \ I" incrcn' "o my v mil:nu'o ni public ofllt or, I' h fight by Uu litiersl' and<< eultghtcnnl: uniornnt .

all on boird A lady and her husband were: \ tv\o iuthNhontIeons I tl"" ij. Invitn- lime 1 inilsnirnt/: wrntli ton j>ronoiirue Oil' 'nl of Donna luibel the Nronl 1I,1 thus I
were Proll"'lallll'Te driven Into the Ihnl'lfI' but .K I no of the first)jH'at from \'hl'h c ut, \' I
in the cabin when the accident occurreJ Ny'n.11II1I1'I1 tho r\l! tei co of UI.lrrh.I'II Ih<' whjcrl minot grill1)111g I11 '
betting Mm\* njuill} diMtitute. Oiir Intent ac- from two divto one week's! ctMitinn:OKIpntioun'v '. I mud in ouiirotion with former mmi I r destined to derive 1 biding disunt titan nn:1ipplniio }. t'

They were both thrown oui ol counts arc as follmxs : .i \ : to the .levelopenuiit i Ih<<"Inc 't'"'iauoiii' ol tour "'"' lr. wluelih w ill IK a prompt and jliM arrange

the boit: by the shock nnd were much burnt (Juictiii'ss ncnnsto lu\olhcn rcstorotl to uMiiploinvvliub designate' C.'hllil r.l ; nod I .i aid
and mangled, but hope wore entertained C.h.arll'lIlown: and its v it'inity. \t i'hoHI1- in thaw iiivtmutH tin attack win pnti. Irrd II | only remains for l'nitctl mute tt Mates tt i.i Ih.1

their recovery. The Captain: d{ the boat: town five persons win arrested charged dod bv' nn nnvv irr.intablo iuilulpi'in, 'i< HI un pray )nu, contlrmcn: nnd tt> tender ti soil tboriniiiiol he' KOVI Oisirous'mint'nt,of nsil tho has ever been tn rruIt do-
Knnxvilli: its ttcnuty
wiihUing cuiutriud in the not at tier ripe! linns and vi'citubloH, nnd an injuli ( all
the wharf directions for I IIvt mutual conoilmtionf
sas on giving .Nsl a ishns ill in its cr for the
Content One of tlll'm leJ.ijiYI: ) :ui.l rush iisonf lime ruin bath Fiitbiuui .it nth\ I 0 n'I'1| !li'r ti i rack I'I. my I mist
making fast. He and one or two of the wwhis to IIPI'oino Slate(* evidence Tho hair: to produce cholera morbiiM.I ) our pro- 'r lit' and bappuuxw. the parties t'ln'trntel. and to fa'III.111'

hands cscipcd: What number of puscn- lloston (:a/'lIt' of S: iturd ij - of -II..lil. 11. '. uls'du'ni senat.l.A'sItlit'I'. crniSMhko h"IOI"bll ;; ndvantigr
curd unit the : pht i in your
still board have not Th"bo\'e mentioned three lcr!JIU\1 wore tvperienco
were on we .
gers JACKKtS.It nil I the honour, tie
time of lNf and &lest II,) riMini initonm ; ,0 .1.1'14.-II"
lodged over Dll-tht m H:.tt Cutnbiiilc'1 a ol\ itnmini "
heard. The boat we understand win the I that tier diM' railed l'hnlcrr vvouMN was niiiili "nrU,1 tint lliv I'rovidi (: ; "J. \ANMSS.
and the 'I\Tc"l t irt of the IIIrllnil is<
tluruu : i
.. T'Jln. which has for same tuna past carriedthe ( \ Thnri" )' niiiht a molt icntbled( round tier I | > livtsttM of inn.i Cereal ('_IICl'r. and 'ut'M haste tn reitrh IIH n-'' and 'lt' ofitsitrrOKs W .H.. iien-- liu-lanco" to reei'ive ant' public iitunfrMatioiitof reply of M. Mfr mn ill' HOIAI \:-
mail bet woes Mobile, Dhkrly bull,11114 hire iteniiifT to libi'r ito the prxoners pmportu>iiii< Ihl'alllI'I' Juno \i.

Stockton We' shall no doubt, receive a 'I'hl' I'e"ple i of that ,,1.U'I'Cui to the unit was (oiirlt tliroctid to the dl'rllllJrUlI'1I1 popular' apphu\, "Ituir e, prrvennd and ourdtiMiit I of ,busincwH which time
of Ibo _Iulllolt'h mill bowels, AliriiOpul truism cviiidiitf rii-jMtt Thl11lllilhrlly
: of tins city for iudit.rry assistiiui
full account of melancholy accident by b.it Mayor: were informed! hv linn th'it ho tli ml not of the diiigir ari-.o from tho m.idioiis vi'in r.iitun fur tin linn nod then apnrobn I Dopnrtminl of State has been charj," d with

the next mail. consider' 11Int-.l'lf atlt )(lri.II" send trnopi! 11 inner ol .its. attack, w hick in mAn' i'a-t'npi linn i>f Ins Bilnwnisirulion> nt tbo (olive 'iuer her M,ijesty the Queen Repent was
mid' ilt' 'd In Intrtitt mn lib that entice; his
I for and ..itliiuivrrv 1I.t.lr.1. fir I rom'hid own ubniit noon n ( \
out of but if tier bells at the Point "stH licht itidi-poninon, -
0.1 lellow-ciii/cn t.heetl) mid ut four gitini nnenrlior reid, ) to the
.c.\nedJy last oar little auditiont'io: b ivi' run mud iftvv hours with us
mploini 1II'\'nl.IIIY
should ring, the) vvuu'd! be allowed tn (;" ut whuh ":
.P. P. PALMB*, who had been appointed for i a s\i>luntoorJCJ" <, Ix'on ii nil:t' Iiruu'.Ir'rsi,1*/<)i'>/, but tin trotistitiitc (i i'link IM mat ful nn Ins journo, neimnpiinuil / your xcclrll' egtitonuoent
truth use dne.ise KM'II': mid a shirt dixtaiKo b) mnnt of our r\, in piirnnnneo((of iiiMructions fr'm )your
the started from this phce upon I ) There war very littlo noise in the in :
purpose ulOlT.1I \ I'll trnn.YUn.orsnliuck. |lie npiiit (lie night ( ; bns inndo tn mo
.. Cbolira. n* j1'1U'1'1I1Iund"fIIl'KIIL rrI''li1'
Ful. It
t was rumored
the contemplated route for a Kill Koil city l"- ( ) rH'lIIl1g. arrested I rapid em.uiation: rkovvnttr tliHuiiifocrimps ... tfn'r lio lift this, w nil hm old ncgnnhttaucexud << : uupurtauceanti expedirur, mir
from Pen-ncola ColumbiH! He will stir, in addition thai two to or those persons mcmiDiiod" wore in another I told NVi'its cold tongue. i old ..midpulsel..ettremitt friend C.'al'I. \\ III. Ion.--lumarrlrs liAcillonc'nown:: wordm of a prompt Ov just
of tier Amoricnn
Vcy the whole route taking the levels with p:IIM jr.i|>li. There cm l>o no doubt tint i ?<. ntideurrih'iurlhaudn lt-cisls', irnnpeinrnt.: hi'r %Mnjixt in her tvKdom i << .'lu"I"n.| hit
as mjch accuracy ai is pn'UoiVe! o'i hi"wayout. sMn; of tier inceudmariea: will y et hI l"ml..l1- uid fist Are bv.1 the i'ont'IIIIIIIf inip- JForr'g-n I.t' nro ol tier ndv milage of bung n Iiotrd .

much olio.- Ihl'lr'I1I.lIIY.. The !pond i'. in"tthem toms of the list stag.. and point vviihiilIIYO \ and of ml-
We slu'l: look tt :th mxlexty \ from an inn'ortinn ,
slid bo .I nnen'1115 eoi t:>nitv In Ih,' urim Iolilol.
to "tron' '
fir the result of his labours! a id re1 ; ; is : : and; intention of tliOM' 1 have wind limit in almoMl e\ov' ln+tinre: 1".1'1' flit .V, \ .\ilrtmil, 4' JO/lrI. a def nmtlr tn thevnit
1'no o'i iritsfrr
Herald of Jul rntoriOMullndod tn null for m art,
'I Inl.oiiiloti Morning ) ) \
nttendi! l h Dmrrlxea "I'a|
searches. Clurlestosvn is y I"'U-
who 'III.1hl.lllwm4ehl": at tho : .
its humble I e cunsidcrtl! uf
Convent burning totelie inferredfrom liar clurictor no doubt, bcnin-e nn-inK tnntains tho following article, drum rorrtspiuident IC in) "opinion any

THE GBVMFUSVo wore sorry to heir fact from U peenliir t' i'HO : noverihole i' i-ilyinma nt blodrld--' vvtiiibt in iltttrniiiiinglbo IWA.lrr.of berMujtsi
the following : ,
nflhi' South A Irannsaureuurl'scrll.ncy'that| :
last week, that soma cues of a high bilious talnible silver challee which wall I ).
fever hal occurrel am 1115 the crew of this pierced[ 1 1'1 its I ibcrinclo: and puiitod for I but there arc e\ci ptionx, u lien, v\linh no |1''IIIt/tin June H.-Hoiiijj of opinion thnt did me the honor to appoint mo in ibis dc-
sod in
takento .nitc let!'Halt in the C':.uncut Tomb which mtions+ arc apparent: Ilio bourti Atnesirantluu's ten nio, 1 Mitn- "
YO s't. The sick were irn11c.li.1telr the noocuiliun of )enr llrlllhl
11111"II. (
and 1 d aethe
uiCi roiin nv
111I',1I1hi.( dl''lCCr.lll'.J..111 stoma b theviolatar most HOI ions inploms
) and lioiniioiiof ilu'Nonmsh '.}mIIII'Tl'lall'"lll' of the government tn thi.
died Inl'rr'll l
the Three of the11l'11 these
Hospital. of the :' lint evidences of disease ; raesp( lon '
+ gruo.; | from thin >er.un ion I wn ur.'r
'I VMieiuisiioiHii puraiiioiinliuiM |
"We learn that the others aretill aids 'tionshovvevir are xpbcablc: \\ h 1111I.I in iluloasi ) | 1111'"livn. s
arc gratified to Tho. Ho-uo.i rrm'oript :- from the | >ii uue. and niiiili more vuliml'li' tot.riut of the Injury and loss Inch would "rt'runfrol
convalescent A survey: had bon held i The Jc..tr.II'u of the Bt+!h,1pPs IjOtliiem decree tlitrirlintj uiiuru"TVnth hiiUiui thin. Ih"", outer points Inhih allY delft)' in settlement of It, end<< '

pjn the Gra'np'tt only a few days before front of the Contoit. has 1I0tI'ul'd : they ibis t'ounirfor otttini in othertli-oists eunplo; ( :S'erletIcierMcasiesandlnlrrinittvutitter. LOUIin \\ our attention hall :'('1'11 1'n exclusivilydin IN'enuso I UI'IIIHt.d to mo tUiie |>rnet u ut.Ic,
MI in
much lonnicnt ; but vveoinnt: : forl cir espres .. us It is
Ili.newntehrdiuccgrnntelist I t' ut (leant ny
'h.d. Ihl'l
thi: sickness broke out, and she was then wuc tlu- ( : : The ( oII.n.
+inzour regelp"rwlly i : onllioKub cniiMtilMnte the of our
the iniinstr to
Mi-pal. prOMiil ) 'U\w. Illerl'.11
f.Milto: bo in perfect: ordorc hate pnblicdiiiiiof tho C3 irso looted: In hal general, 'Iurlrl'r: of llio-e dM'niinis well jcr'i und Ihivonnvv niiido in obliiiiune brethren in South America Ih. inli'r-

hid that since thc sickness broke nut in prelate on this uce.t+ -tiutii loge sad un,ior > nn*
but it occasional
.il'allft'llt | |
searching: ; for the hidden ciusc of time disease valuable library. consisting (>fcli leTiJcni.cs of diiea mo of the worst which I iinniiilialtl Mibjoin, thro shtiul,1 hue boon utterl'cootined "
other works ol thUobjetthis
some of the wool b-nvtcji: the lira- : ill the com n.MI rum vvlutii'oicr- knit unit battle the 1tmled kill of t the mosmielliiont inodiiini of n IIM'ful ugi nt, \I lau 04'11"11111.11 nl''u"ph.lml'lt nt
I snpphos mo with Irom the pub MnONt'N| iioternniint
papas dll"t'hl'd
hers of tho vessel 1 ant the cc.li;, h u boon wh hn.1 the while ein'ilHhin-ii ; not usmgic medical counsel ruled 'cned IK) olium. 'Alitfirst it, iho copy of n note, that peri'xl) several njrtial. (' 'rn,
above are ret .
fui'il to be- in decayed: ctmlitiou, 1I1 is book was 1II\\f'.I l I'' the tithe deductions futs front them arc obi ious. On addressed on tho 1 Utb htl'Minry, IK1I;/ b)' whnwrre finniNlietl l with the neei-nnwrvhi ,

lik..ly that: from this. decayed wool. a suflicieit l\onthf flii'jt M n'nn'ilf Jmrnvt first tare is to Caution the lIhl 4' ngain..t all! thelinitlrr: <>lllio finned '\ ittxtn tier For .trllli.111 and were directed to announce I

amount of m'phitie: air oseipedthrough 'fbiIIIIIC.'llt f'a1HC of all the ln.mi'l! 11'1 imprudence in tier use of fond and dunks. then OH/ I'I'. '''\lllhl' .t. mud in Ibo reply nlM tONMitionofliDMlihtleM. mid to propone usa
; the. I'rsiuno Co it'out .it Mount: B.'l\c ainniuL mint : :MHitiiii/tloKosn, Ilalhl the fills o1 linn prtliinnur utrp tntmids the rt'inovHlof
U un
the ccilm to pro Inca diseasevritmat Tlu' food ought to bieily dirlieultit.8 the tMlilinh-' '
Iiss Uli/ihpih Ilirrlson. :1 n.uiur hII"1 nutritious, but ino-l easily. di' stunk I loin lh(' our' )\\illlf'1Ir1l hue the pnliiitHl ,
alar: .nii ; tin; people on board iklpliu Previous to leaving the only all > fruits mid 'jCI.lhl"II, a 1I'f"j'lhr \iuriir got urnrncu4 has( Uenpur iiii'nl of Itioeor.nneieUI relations of I ihetv\o

\f HsoTenilvo! s'nvl.! Uaiitemtt 1 lienlth"is lioa sbn had: l been unwell, mi at the time gosted wh0ilter: prepared uiiriM by cooking or otht'rvviAt1, >nnic au nt'jK, t HO iw-fniinl tn its commcrcc countrieH ') au'ol duets whith won

cnjtycd by the: rest of the 'lI1Jdron. was lancing tinier a pirtiil: menial: (',"- are to he a\'olded. and those inch arc ina- iud bow fmorahlj it must a|>|>cir after uN'un"t. mind winch art ton ,('I
rangcmaut I She vas d t'-utur of ransie before the zo."mh Atnirimn SttUn, 1th,' know tn require{ bring itcordid, pretin
The Convention of the t-ite wt renim- III >Y.. u..a U.. ..A...t .. ._4/-4n..4. tuned ties. m should orutrr be nj taken aatmel..1 ut ;moderate.re.iiuaiiii-,**,*- u- to .1_ .._....... Up7 are trat.bt- teil the fuUilnient of inn 'i liir, tUt u cntt'rtHintil .

in session! when Ben J \cc oi artlfeJ oiled: on her wh/!' ""or thrv dnsirod ec- coni.non causes of IndigMtuin. bleats., o.l for Iho firM NinpU>niH of rotiting nnt'r ('- liy thin tSpuiibti louwmtt and
Ice was copt during schools 0'1'wl're never, refused should he well prepared rots of r titan nn tin part (>l the soother country 1 1I tins great and iiuere tini{ remained -

at Noalmlle. According: to prO'io'larrangeme'lli admntin"1 S'lo' his i brother! lit\\ cooking. and when so prepared, shouldnets |I and from the otlx you w ill infer that tlwwiltuiunrn54t in a stale of outpt'IIMI from that tune

the President tt as conductrfl this city, :Mr 'Thom Kirrimm an inlu bo taken in large amount when they tuat with IlioSoulli A..L- tn the, prifeiit: .

into tho hall \in which the Conventionwas trioll4 eo per plate engraver, in the employ I !bet'nine cold, a* they are known to be mono ;: rumnus,;, :'a'aura; ;; iscnilt l iipuliide; ; to ibe -I'bo tloclxinn of it, however, is UI'/lrl"

The President of the body of the Ilistnn Bt'irli ('1)111.111)' from diUiiull of diiet-ti! than WUMvaun! I.i- act uf a ruoitiniiun. wliUli! inn-, I by the Qnci Kegt nt, w ho in I lie government f'

sitting.. whom thc+e fact' mire olintol I, nnl I he o"-f hisli 111.1 be indulged in moderate ijumiU- .(' ,dare as HIMIII. OH iho i run are nrraug I of this monarch Is guided b> princii -

descended. from his scat, advanced low aids anros iw tint there vat ii thiiz "hmll t '. but notcr in excess: htalo fish which I'be Anir'rwiii MnuMer'x noteisiMlolIOVVK ,It.t of H lits'rul and enliHbunod policy, mid i iher

th-ir illustrious! visitor* and pronounced in Content or thn treiftiio: of his sister in I is) a \'l'rj l'omrn'lIl1rlicle of diet of the {puor :- majesty has noeorniiily; ; ttutln'rinlmo

the name of the Convention, my happy the lcast degree. p\louiird! to cmso thepast and rOlflf'l'lollly of our colored 'upu'nllnl1' 5'f.egatinnoftu.I*. fituteanfAmrrira.:: to eoiiiinuiiicuif to the diplomi u.

Gon JACKSON'S or present cxcif-n MI'! AI'lM tint: the oncht to be destroyed' by thc clerks of ihcmaiktts MUHIID.. Fib.! U, ls.U'In ) gents of Spain in foicign cowls, cal'e-tel-

and appropriate welcome. fit of her lent'iiitf asa'iuvesia'el! and tint I that: n might in no case be 4:\)>OH- purMU.I ('I! of in-lrneiiom from the Iy l ihone in I'armand Ixjiulon, the ncl.e..a.

h3ihh l.. said to be m'ich: improved by his his sister was not awn 'h.t! Ivr libor'y ; cd for alc. Prrsultntof the nitisl Stints. I bud Ilu ry inMructionn, to the end chat If, any rum

journey He will return almost immediately was nol in ih! ..u14I..Ir:1inl'.t.: l il('r taking I All unu-ual ncrttlon which will dee honor, on the (lIlt of Mil)', lail, l 1"\drt'I4"\ nis.iotrr5presentIhemseles "It "ers

Washington.The the veil svgs a voluntary .ot. IUI') .hi"hasno I profuse perspiration, ought to be avoided, : n note In Ins K\ei'Jit'no)' hue) M..IIUI: fun, ant htstrttehstnof a natn re to ffr Hpnm

to disposition, and no l'I.i.I''rn\n.\ site by reason of the ditllcu'ty of avoiding expourc rales'' Salmon, thin his. l\IIIi.I| M PrnuipulStCKttrt 1 just n f honorable arrnngemtnt, they

1 dim Heaven help us assures her brother. would iixtuco her to which will check it. The told or nfSlutc, slating ihut the ana : nrtord such eurnnmssiuuita II Ilio mar }
Q 1 :
new "> < relmqu .h th" or'Ier.CIiULCxt.i'htst'carfuldiscase, river bath orfght to be used with caution, let)' whuh the (inviriirnoiit of thn lithe!) and giiarmitt they rn) dcnre.
to a sight of them.Sm1-, of our III again and in no case when portions are unusually Slates hId l lotg felt and wluih tlieretnfore 'IIII'I niuurnnro limit they will tutu her Majesty

brethren at the north are complaining; with vtarm IXcessive urn of ardent spirits had Itru fully tn.ikf\ known to hits. 1\Ini"-i I animated by the moot favorable diii|ilinim. -

bittsraess of the devices or rather, ravaging: many: of the northern :and northttMorn ought to be guarded against with scrupulous tt'n Koterimunt, that UII auurnhlemulsnt-, .

great of $evices "pm them. town of the United States. and In nnxuty, since a. single dibauchiuny Isf.icJor)' fi.UN.uionl IM'Iwi i'n *' \nuund her I h ller.Mijrsty ban, at the came Uine, author
the< absence certiin : Gnimm'rrninuirs, tin now Ann'rle-n; Sinlrn? i/cd me to make to jour Excellencythusfrank
to Quebec :Montreal Torcnto, and other result in an attack of Cholcrn: and to person -
Tho most heartfelt dissatisfaction seems be 1 I Mcustometl to or who froonently' 111IciuYge IIh.mltlllllu'l'lan', hud arise u us v\\ll froiii : declaration, in order that you

be experienced by some, bccAiithi' liber towns' in Canada: seems to raging' in this species of abuse, the attacks' a r'Itd lo principles| of huniHiiily may communicate the same to your Kv*

is left oIT S t:H3 :again are di-trcss- with peculiar lolcncc A steam boat lately mitt by necessity" prove fual.If the nilenfls ijflhe parties conetrnist, in ('rllrnt. in return for the wishes expressed

ty'cap the words t started from Quebec for Montreal: crow I notwithstanding the- observance: or pit'lullv tlmtof I'i HWII.: IIM from the txo4ationii.flu by it of an early conclusion eltualnter-
because ,
ell beyond measure, : ded with The Cholera broke, tho above cautions, diarrhfra should occur, 'lufrt /In Uri I'liiud Suites. .ting question and, M her Mojest fell
pluribus U '4ntt are x>mittcd-just as il i( passengers must be had medical I in MI-\ ih"a the "',H'rlUQ.t'lIt"" llui 11- confident, ttttir eoiiMulting her petMonsl
I immediate recourse
time latter
there would be good noise in retiring,; out and before aho arrived at \ aMistanrothis last recommendation cnn- nittd NiuiOH, without intendiu or winding fechugswtthoat disregarding the stiggts-

proclaiming lnm- place. thTboat was a comp:etc scene of mt'd all t'!lasses to depart, fiom us willed Iuihry of not inti darts of a sound policy, that nothing would
Jackson to about ; not be too gcrously: upon
Oe i go old and upward. disease: sand death. In New-York, they of the pubic] Ihc cholera a* it appears 'rfi ring whim thus I of.tin of othi r IIUIIOIIM, be more easy than to etet a reconciliation
self tvvcnty-ona years: I b fllllirll al\'kl' in ('II' 's III Wllicl of who, In may
had the 10th Ang had a number ol( among us, iI not epidrrie ; with fewexception I VCt pi ) Iort. cop
Lick a day! these arc small matter to up to it hasrhosen its vicunas from it uiifcht ho thought; HiiitaliU, felt itMll, nntlinriMd .. thf'n.eY1J: a children the sans
of eases daily. No great deal: of alarm soemj : ) It.till' reunion ..tina f.null hen once they shall have connentidloaii -
complain of. We hate: heard people the imprudent the dc&muic, and friindl i:\i ;: ), ,
; with their bread and butter but to be felt then. The mode of treating the the among intemperate and we haw strong Ix:Ivveon ll .* I'liitoil hutfs and Sp un, and ,, Interview, llcr Majesty enttr-

quarrelling I disease is well\ understood, and the Inhabitants grounds to trust that it w ill not bci'(nue w.: h)' the eireuxlst.rnsw! of lletaxr, tv intake ,, taioslho hop that as noon ucgociations
this, it is supposed, was when they happened time peoplethem unolhi npMAl[ to his Majihty on a HUM ;' may l>o upon in I spirit of siueerlly -
the fatal experienceNhich but much depends upon
Quarrelling with : admoin-liod by 4 griieriir iounrst and good faith, the object in
not to be hungry. selves and they should be made to realize tint of
gold because it has no Litinupon it, ;11 .-oiac-. the. lasts i.tlof the Cholera supplied, the solemn truth "that ihoeneitingianwni round I hat m lining co it indulgi-d a rtrung which, as is rspr.t with mah prt >
their diet At Albany and that his lljl."ty would not inn inn m tour .: note a mutualreroneeliahoet
under the sun. are (,3rt'uin i of the disease are those winch ton great etejit \- liopc army If'lency'l
thing new I conclusion of the
hall .It Ilt r rifuso to a negotiaiion wills the
I't'ugbkeep'ie, the t.'ll"'lf'ra appeared,. they individually conlrc) opt
A letter received at the;" \')' O'parl' I'hila may recpeclHilly, mew fctalm hut tint on a fall and del.rail' ..- dinVrence/ of the parties advaatugeoua and

ment from Dr. J. A. I E.RSEurgoll and they t-cein to be cxpfcunf it nt and I amours, JAMBH' very R. MANLKY,: review fr ih. mauler, linwouM he eonvinredthat honorable to all,' w ill b completely real

dA' d.'lj>hia. In Hftrral towns in Illinois Resident Phynirinn.HIN .llth\l"&Ilt'lIt'y' of the MUsfaotitm xeil.
West India .IAlion.
of the fleet oa the : Missouri, js. well atl in Kentucky audI CoHiELira: W. I,AWAC IEC, President wbub such\ all'ut would nfforil/ to Itenewing to ettrExcehleneythgasau-
I'tinilulin, al (
! ted on board the U. S. ship the Ohio and .Mississippi, it has also I' of the Hoard of Health.: inoitllf itoi lo till Ike nation; i with wbirhSpun : ranee. &,. Signal ) "

!.. sea August 10 states that the health of all I upon; Subjoined i w a highly interesting had friend!) murciiurfc., n I. MATTINKZ DE L ROA.

; has been preserved l by pretaiknl lion by his Majesty uf the indepu'ndt 1-e4'ltlli-1
board that hip, this alarming : The President of the United Hrtite on
and Pods I and instructive letter on I those NUiUw, upon just and printer A Haiti i mnrt CII't.-Themtremarke
of Lime ,
the free use of Chloride subject, addrej!.cdb) the H !!jdcrit Phi-- luwtra'to Htrinilagc reached Knoxville would contribute both If i the honor and in- able inslattec

as disinfecting agcni cian of New-York to the Mayor of that Tenn. on the 3lhh: July. On bit Iciest of !o; .un. And conrludeil by HUHCOHting probably the cue of the Brig ,(oAn Gilptn,

occurredon urrtval there be was: waited upon by a .omlo consideration in relation to ./ Ilaliiinore i a thorough clipper of course,
nlo-In Philadelphia a riot city. In A- Iwa yearn
the reoianunir: jmmesulon of Spain whir.'e.tlldt UatmOabt
the evening of the 14th Aug and w askept Vo Id Hu&lrtel, .1C1;. 10 D+3-L committee appointed for the occasion. intru:*, whtch I Loped would not hate ..Incr.lnd Dat, a passageof

on the nights of the 13th and 10th. Dean hiii,-I deem it within the lW'Ofoe of, invited to partake of a public dinner, 'to born disrcgardM t tti daysproevrdcd thence to Can

up of the police ray duty to present to you the following which he returned the following reply : To the noto in question Mr S:dnion fa- ton in 11 dais; from Canton to Manilla in

Innpiteof every exertion estimate] communication, containing the result of( KNOXVH.LR, July 30, IBM.GtntUmrn voted me with an answer, umkr date| of :1daS | from Minill through the straitsoC
much damage was done. It is into the eases of Cholera I wbirh- South Holland, to
my enquiries -\ receive, with deep sensi- the 1 Ith Juno of the same yrarpby; tn."t DltW
that at least fortydwelling houses of different which line Keen reported* since Its appearance I Liht the cordial icr.'. in which the citizens I was informed that the King received iny tr ) dtlr Vapr i
l in the city. : ), of tho vtrcncinlerettl 85 and
hinds were d tro'ed. Procil of Knoxville and its vicinity, nonce communication as a proof dayui -.Irn
hate visited with pcrbap three or : ill favor of bUMsjoHty 0 and 17 basest aggregate
I felt nl days man
of c and Ug youto by.my gotenunt
out-breaking popular aa.ong/l nj
this arrival "
what gave rise to case which has: : my of alUSU IfOdaya,17hours
four exceptions, every fully distmice Ili
and that thftjucMlon
that I as
return, reciprocate
feeling in the city of brotherly! lose, i lif been reported and upon a diligent exam I assure them in iho enUmenl of present to his I Joy.I mind be would tab | averaging a fraction more than fltAut"

Jrot known but the princiPal wuffererii ination into their several histories fur some I I friendship, most and sincerely re,poet, which you have it into consideration w hen the cane might a"ttA'NA. asides per da"

the coloured people. Little doubt can days prt'\'ioll..ly to, and immediately upon i been to express in their behalf. be favorable, in such manner as aught be ha" ab' 01 an authentic
were pfe&tfxl
that this lA another of the the attack, I am enabled to state that aU i' It would afford Jn8 lh.. highest lII Itae- most conformable to ti) *> interest of Us Houroe, increile.it Is it may b re
entertained to
be one or
but one were justly chargeable with that thru the friendly communication on u
dine and
to crown, lie
Un- cau",1 lion to hate it in my power cm
happy fruit cf the abolition society ether of the three follow ing ecnmg but I they will made by me would not be forgot
be of the means ordinarily them en tin- occasion: jnirt FLTWO .Four pigeons were some-
Jess a more kindly state of feeling ran tUs a culpable neglect for declining to do m. when informed ten. P.
fJ.hoanbO"II'proPer me of
foMhe treatment scut of United Hfat,', ti let off from the vielmly Sm
o'A'-cltl- used the
( ( President
cultivated between our white e the that match bit b 4ir tny delay rom The \ arrived
zen of the northern States and their amiable : in lions on the season subject-a of disregard food, and drink eau-, had roads and ill health,that I shall not have before having the deemed Hftfwid the to the secession throne of ef Donna Hpsin, Isabel un (ford horn(o Lndn where,one and another la
hilt i residence
meek, sweet scented, sable hued nciyh-I heretofore inculcated for the prevention ol more than time to a my to hasten my re- der the regeacy of her august mother, a three hour I the remaining two did not return

bore; it will, shortly become neCf"il'6ror I the attack;-and a reckless indifference on tnrnioUieseiaofwy It wUl be necessary public dutien. During favorable oceuion for the renewal of his ,until next morning The distance I

the of cleanhoeM and ventilation, shallpu.a directed to lose no uiue in eighty rour13N mile*
the philanthropy of the south to display I, subject and the two or three hours which I d'or&haa pie
from excess
I I and the danger arming
Jt cl/ in an attempt, to prevail oo the northto


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BY THE PRESIDENT OF To Brick tQ.\tt.Ya. iaperlor; Cou-rl Mail J\"t'l\\\ t.ment.

WEST FLOR- Leave Pensacola Sunday at 6 A. M:
ACOLA GAZETTESKITEVIBBrt Til UNITED STASES 3 to 4 Millions of BRICKS, will OF THE DISTRICT OF Arrive at Blakely Sunday 6 p. M' i
pursainee of law, I. ANDREW FROM required for the service of the IDA, PENSACOLA.
IS 1831. Leave Blakely on Tuesday ,8 A.M,
6, 1834.i : JAOK4OV, President of the United works at Foster's Island, in this Harbour, At Chamber, July 31/, or as! soon as the Norther Mail arrives

State of America, do hereby declare and during the year 18.**. Isaac Davis ) rn chancery-Bill: for P. Arm at Pensacola! Tuesday 8 I'1.: .
i The flvasrrB will be issued every Hii make known that Public Hilea wiU beheld The inspection! of the Bricks, mode or r'. \'orc('. Leave Pensacola Thursday 6 A.

urday Evening, at SJ S) per annum, Inal. at the following Lint 1 Offices in the Terr. devliery, their quality\ and dimensions' will Mary Davie i! ) at Hlakeiy Thursday 6 }'. MArrne .

vance, il payable at the enJ of MI m nth. tory of Fiori 11, at the period designated" be subject to the same rules as hi.c heretofore IT appealing to the satisfaction. of the Leave Ulaktly Saturday 8 A, M.
or 85 payable at tho expiration: of the year, for the sale of the undermentioned land, been established. that the Defendant is not nn In- the Northern:Mail ,
at the option of the subscriberADVEftTMnvtBirs to wit: Payment: unless otherwise desired, will habitant of(his Territory, but resides in the or as soon as arrive.

intorted, at 'he rate oC At the Lied OflcG: at Tallahassee: on be made quarterly. State of Alabama Ills ordered that the a- Arrive a Pensacola and 7allahCl,8eeJail.Saturday 8 P. M.

'. one dollar for !! ( : i lines (or less,) the First .Wiituym D.c,mJJer nest, for Vncls arriving at the Island with Brickswill boc named cause be set dow n for hearing Eastern and .
", for the first, an 1 any cents. for every co.itinnous the disp'ml of the public lands within the be unlotdcl without tmnecess-iryde- at the next November Term of this, Court, Leave Pcusacola Sunday 6

subsequent insertion. undermentioned townships. and fractional lay. WM. II. CHASE, and that publication be made for three. Wednesday Cedar Bluff Wednesday A. MArrnc ,
townships to wit : Captain of Engineers. months in the Pensncola Gazette, uccor<

Ala,oralty otNOTICE Pcnsacota. North of the base meridian line, and: West of the Pensacola, July 19, 18:M. No. la ing such to cases the act made of the and Legislative pro"idro.J. Council iu Laave Cedar and Saturday Bluff Wednesdayand 12 noon.

Township 1, of range 3. 20 or 30 Negro( Lnbortrs, A. CAMERON, Saturday 12 nooli.Armc .
YlI HEREAS! of June lR3 Pensatola Tuesday
on tho Townships 1 and 2, of 8. Judge D. W. F. at
wanted for thc
1 an O-dmnncewaspisseJ, providing Township 1 and. 2 of 9 10 11 ARE August No. 21 and Saturday 8 P. :M
ranges ,
thit whenver in the opinion of the : this Harbour Apply at the Engineers HANSOM KELLY P. ,1.J
\I.&yorl It, 13 and 11.Township -------- -
office, IntPiulenthtitreclJuly .
"any .
Banquette ahead
Il I, of range 15. No 19 Western District of Florida,
"need for The Law
to be repaired, it shall: be lawful Township I of 10. lA"btaty,
"tho Mayor, on giving thirty days notice range NOTICE Superior" Court, Escambia County, lAt
1 of 2d.
Township BY JOHN
1 ;. to the owner or the lot in front of which range Chambers, 2d July, 18.... J EDITED PUuDONhESQ. OF
Fractional 1 and '
township township 5, received and for Kale by W. M. THE :
"such Michelet wire or
A defective Banquette: may be, or to JUST Anna: Marina | In Chan
" ..I I his to proceed to such ofrtnge2U J "'rancill'odcl Castillo Comp'lt l IT is! the object of this publication to furnish
agent, ,
t i' "queue and repave Township 1, 2, 4 and 5, of range 30. 1-2 pipe Old CHAMPAIGN BRANDY, 'cry for gentlemen of the bar w ith the most
enforce the
; to vs.
44 such incurred in Ban.1 Townships, 3, 4 and 3, of range 31. of vintage Francisco del Castillo DeCcn'Jt.Divorce.. important British elementary treatises uj on
making ,
" 'OJ expense North of the base line and East of the 1820.ALSO
inc Law, in a form which will render them far
t "repairs, in the same manner: as is provided"In TIIIH day came the Complainant by her
. the aforementioned\ Ordinance for en ndian : 1.2 pipe superior COGNAC BRANDY. Counsel and it appearing to the Court by less expensive than works of' this description -
forcing the payment for the constructs Township 2, of range 13.Townships July 12 No. LS the affidavit of homas :M Blount, Esq haH:hitherto been. 1 o gentlemen residing -
1 and 2 of 11South -- -- --
i ,,7 of new Banquette" And, whereat: ah range -NO' 'fcELETTERS : i that the Defendant is not an inhabitant oC at a distance from the principal cities
of the base line and East: of the
of this
the advantages publication III
number of Banquettes require to be repair this Territory It is. therefore orderedthat ,
. :- ed and made nell'-TherorIJre all owner : of Administration on the !4- unless he here on or before, the !be apparent. The very low price at which
That part of township 11, situated North B. ALLEN, deceased! 1mvirtg appear
will Ix afforded/ and the
it facility with
, and of lots Gobi first of November next and answer .
agents on Sarragossa, on Monday '
t and West of the Suwanncc river, of range U. been granted by the hon. the County which important works, in the periodical I,
t erno. on Intendencia, on Taragona, ton the Complainant's Bill Tiled hcrtm, the
At the! s tin J place, in continuationcoin. Court of Escambn County to the undersigned
PaliCox and Barcelona-sire will hc) taken for confessed and the form, can be transmitted by mail, are the
on Daylen on name f
insuring on the Third Momlay in Decent all indebted to the estate
persons attractions which will depend for
':i are hereby required to cause the Banquette!! her ntrt, for the disposal of the public are required to make immediate matters and things therein decreed accord- upon 41
1 1 :I' In front of each of their premises to be fe laud within the limits of the undennen and those to whom the estate is indebted payment to ingly.I And it is further ordered, that copy public favour. '
The selection of the works be
-1: paired or constructed or before the 25th tioned of this order Iw published in the l'enllsco- to' cm
townships and fractional their claims within the time
present prp-
, braced this collection is confided
day of September next, In default of which, to wit: icritad by Law, otherwise this notice will la Gazette, once a week for three monthsumssnely. in to the

. the said Banquettes wiU be constructed i In South of the base line, and West of the meridian be plcdcdin bar of their recovery. A rop}'. Attest, gentleman above named, already widely
conformity with the above recited Ordi ROOT MITCHELL I GEO. F. BALTZELL, Clrrk. and favourably known to the piofcssiou.
: No. It will be understood that it forms no
nance. July 17 17 part
Fractional township 1, of range 8. Administrator. of the to admit original communications
,1 Given under my hand at Pcnsaeola. Angus 1 2 3 4 3 0 7 15th 1831. 22 2m. plan
Townships and Pcnsaeola
orange August the work
"t j. 9th, 1831. C. EVANS, Mayor. 9.Townships. Territory of Florida. I, or to give in any degree,
the character of n journal. Distinct in its
, August No. -II 1, 2, .3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, NOTICE.J George KnightCompluinant, 1 InChancery design, it cannot interfere with any existIng

of range 10Townships. JERRISOY, Jr. having taken J. B. vs. I in the Jack- periodical nor is it intended at
A Q&'Ji3> 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 and FOSTER into Partnership, business Lackland: Stone and Wilson SuperiHamD.Stoueiefcndant's time to depart from the present plan, whichis any
P. DUVAL having removed front 10, of II.
WM. range will hereafter be conducted under the name J or Court. British
I will open illS office in Louisville Townships, 2, 3, 4, 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9, of JERRISON & FOSTER. It is the Intention I'r appearing to the Court that the Defendants suited! rc-prmt to the business elementary and practice of this,

I//1 d. ] of Law., Kentucky: and resume the Practice of range 12.Township1,2.3. of the firm to keep on hand, at nil reside in the State of Alabama, country, in cheaper and more convenient tJ

,, 4,5 and 6, of range 13. times! a general and extensive assortmentof so that process cannot be served upon them form than has ever been done. For 1
shall All letters directed to him, (post paid,.) I Townships 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5, of range 11Township I Goods, suited to the town and country in this rerr tory. It is therefore ordered, this purpose the proprietor jet will receive ;
receive prompt attention. Collection 1, and fractional townships' radc which will be sold lowest that unless they and answer thComplainant's
at the appear ,
pries from his agent in London at the earliest
11 4 will be male with as little delayed tho laws 3 and I, of range 1:5.'rown'lhip for bill on or before the firs
) "f" of the will lie will attend. : cash, produce or approved paper. date, every important publication? as it issues ..
i country permit. 1, and fractional township 2, They also tender their services as General day of October next, the same will be taken from the
'_ to !any land claims in Kentucky, and if required of 10. press.
range and) the
agents and Commission Merchants for confessed against them matters \i
The of this
publication is believedto
act as Attorney In fact in At the Land plan
selling Office at St. Augustine, on Pcn&cola! July 19 1831. No. 19 thereof decreed accordingly. And it i is recommend
be such to it
as ,
I I.. I* and conveying such lands. the Second Miivlay: in December tier?, for further ordered that a copy this order be very strongly ,
Jahn u. iTiuauy, .. of Richmond, wit I the disposal of the public lands within the in authorised in to the support the profession
published some
It receive title papers and Powers of Attorney' limits of the undermentioned townships, To the Pu \\e. this district once a week for four months ly in the United States. Many '

It' + for lands, &c. and transmit them to in? at and fractional townships, to wit: THE Subscriber having taught a School At Chambers In the District of Wes works will be circulated in it that v\

6 i Louisville. North of the base! line, and East of the meridian the Town of Pcnsaeola for the last Florida aforesaid, this 5th of June 1834 otherwise be re-printed in this general'I'I
For the information of those who desireit : twelve months, and having been liberally J. A. CAMERON: works calculated to enlarge: the

I refer to the lion. Abel P. Upshur, Fractional townships 1) 2, 3, 4 and 5, patronized, announces to the public, that Judge D. W. F. jurisprudence, and to elevate the
I Philip N. Nicholas, tho Hon. Andrew Stevenson (E,ist of St. M try's river,) of range 23.Town..hlp"tl he intends to continue the same, for the re- June 7 No. 13 9f the profession, at an expense "
Lancaster. Denby & Co. and Jaj. 1,2. 3, 4, and Fractional township (eptionofboth MALE FEMALE STUDENTS less than the usual cost of law \
b E. Heath, Esq. of Richmond. 3, of range 21. and for that has taken a the practitioner in the interior it is believedto ,

August 10 No. 23 Townships 1, 2 and 3, of range 23. Female Assistant, and purpose will preserve and Western District of Florida. be highly important. The cost of the '

Township. 1, of range 20. improve the morals of those committed to Superior Court, Eecambia County, I English copies of the valuable works reprinted \

,!, The Subscribers, Fractional townships. 1, 2, 3 and 4, or his charge as far as possible.' He will May 1'erm, duff, J during the year which t terminated

tVE received and offer sale, at their range 27.Fractional. teach all the branches belonging to an En- Lawrence Millandon, complaisant: )|, CIt,.- with the 12th' S o. I.ser the less than sixty

IT: store opposite the Public Square, a I townships 1, 2 and 3, of vli'h Education, at the same low price asormcrly. BMkaownheira.ofLovia Y.Tb. ) deft 1 '*',*"" .dollar.-.r..t.1 he M e.nthrtW.re.Material price of Library during

general assortment of GROCERIES. A- range 28.Fraetlow.t. $1 25per.month forihqiw Vwronow ___,__..e., ee era of the valuable
*. townnhtp,! and a, df range topay,- ; zortndaewnooymi.- most kind is a.
''I, mon which an This day came the complainant by hi. bundant and the
WHISKEY 2:). brtune or otherwise arc not, tuition gratis. arrangements of the sob-
Oil Irish Do.Superior South of the base line and East of the meridian Young Gentlemen lroull of studying counsel, and it appearing to the satisfac scriber for obtaining all the recent elementary
Monongahcla BRANDY : the Mathematics, Surveying, Ac. Woulddo lion of the Court by affidavit filed, that the treatises of the English! law press, winnable

i W1NE3 CORDIALS.Champaign That part of township 11, (East of the well to apply toP defendants do not reside id the Territory the editor to select for the Library
!Suwannee river,) of range 14. L. PR1TCIIETT.July of Florida. It is therefore ordered that unless t the future works of several distinguished

of ALSO BROGANS, Townships 10, 11 and 12, of range 15. 12 No. 18 they appear here on or before the first jurists>>, some of whose productions have
An assortment Cordage, 10 11 and :Monday of November next, and WIII"erthc appeared during the
of 16.Town.chiplllO in
Townships! 12, range present year, other
Ac. &e.
l Clocks, Oars, MaraYuiVa \ complainants bill of complaint tiled forms. Whilst it 1s the h
A. IIALL ft CO. 11, 12 and 13: of raoge 17. \\ w> ofthepro-
JQHN< Townships 0 7 and 13 cf l+ herein, the same will be taken for confessed prjetor to furnish the
Augusts No. 21 range t Charles L. Gamier ) ; profession with
Townships 5 6, 7, 8, 0 & 13, of range II). vs. > and the matters and things therein con the most important Bntu elementary

I WauleA Townships, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 13, orange Charles Lavallet. ) tamed decreed accordingly. And it is further treatises upon Law, in a form which will
20.Townships. ordered that a copy of this order bepublished render them far less
virtue of a Ji. fa. to me directed expensive than works
I EC.jU\JJ A A ft BARRELS SIIELLS, at Fort 1, 2, 3, 8,7 and 8, of range 21. BY from the lion. the Superior Court ( in the Pensacola Gazette, once a of this description have hitherto been, he
Pickeu, St. Rosa Island, for That of week for four months successively will not be unmindful
1 South of St. when
I portion township for the Western District of Florida, I shall transferring
which 23: cents per barrel will be paid oa Mary's river, and townships 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, proceed to sell at Public Outcry on the 2d A True Copy.-AtteutGEORGE them to the Library, of the importance of

{ 1 delivery at the Island.WM.. II. 7 and 8, of range 22. eI August 1834,'at the door of the ,Courthouse : F. BALTZELL, availing himself of every improvement in

1 CHASE That portion of townships 1 East of St. in Pensacola, between the hour May 10 Clerk. their mechanical execution which. the ,
t Captain Engineers.Pensaeola Mary's river, and townships 2 3 4 5 6 country may afford.
, prescibed by law all the right, title and :
July 1, 1834. No. 173ci 7 and 8, of range 23. .. merest of the said CHARLES LAVAL Western District of Florida, The "Law Library" Is published in a t

Township 1, 2, 3; 4, :3, 0, 7 ana 8, of LET in, and to the following Lots or I Soperiar Coart. Rucimbi Co.ntr, ) monthly numbers, royal octavo, of about
Dollars RtwartlD
range 21Townships. Ground, or in so much thereof as will satis- I Mir Term 1"N; S 200 pages, nt *10 per annum, payable In

ESERTED from the Marine Depot 1, 2.! 4, 5, 0, 7 and 8, of ry the above Execution and costs, to wit: ElizaA.. ''ni" complaia.u hu ChncPf advance, and will be sent by mail to any

Tartar Point near Pensacola, Florida, range 23.Fractional. the property owned by said Lavallet situ- rClatf.at. I.r Diorca part of the United States. No work will
David [ S
Ofi'the 17rh day of April 1831. Private : township 1, of range of 29. aced at the corner of Romana and PalafoJt TillS ui,;4 be re-printed that will not be valuable to a

REUBIN GEORGE oMarinesiaged 32 Each sale will be kept open for two -streets, the one half of Lot No. 233, fronting !, s>d it day appearing cawa tbecempUioanl to the MUtfoclion by her cf CoonJtl the- every lawyer, wherever his residence la

years 9 foot 101-2 inches high, hazel eyes, weeks, and the lands renewed by law for on said Romana street ; the half or Court by affidavit! filed, that the Defendant does the United Stares be, and expense

dark hair, dart complexion. and by profession the use,of schools, or for other purposes, Lot No. 236, situated behind the first mentioned not rend IB the Territory of Florida. There will be spared on the part of the proprietor
I soldier I will be excluded from sale. and fronting Garden-street ; the fore",i' w conaider'd by the Court, that the Mid to render his publication In every respect

\ From the same place, on the 17th day Given under my hand at the City of Wash two whole Lots No. 254 and 235, frontingaylcnstreet Defendant appear here on or before the flirt Monday worthy of extensive circulation. ,

I of May; 1834, Private JOHN W. WILSON, ington, this seventh day JACKSON D. all lying and being in the of November neat end 'anrwer the e.m- JOHN S. L1TTELL

of Marines, aged ears, fire feet four 1834. ANDREW City of Pensacola. pli.aaat'abiilof complaint tiled herein, or tie !, No. 11 Gcorge-etrcet, Philadelphia.
I and a half inches high grey eyes, brown Rythe President JAMES W. EXUM, Marshal. same will be tjken for coxhiftd and he maven N. D. Subscript ions will be received

hair, fair complexion, and by occupation I ELIJAH HAYWARD, By JOSEPH SIERRA, Ihinxalherrin contained decreed aff irJmgljr. And commencing with July 1834. The early
it ia fonbrr that
ordered s of thin order be
Cummivtioner of the General Laivl Office., copy numbers of this
; previous to enlistment a Shoemaker who : Deputy Marshal published in the Penaaeola Uazetie once n wick year, commencing with
l ever will apprehend either or both of ,the August I 9 No. 22 June 14 No. 14 fur four months e.aes.ir: ..,. A cr'py. Attfkt.OEO. July, will contain valuable and standard
above named Privates and deliver them at NOTICE. The obove sale i. postponed! until Satur' F. BALTZELL. CVrk. works, upon the Equitable DoctriflUjt1.

this or any other Military Post in the Lint' of a mittimm issued C. E- day, the 6th of September next. May 17 Ho. 10 Conttrnon Property, Law of Partner-
ted States, shall receive Fifteen Dollars IN.virtue ship, Practice, Law of Landlord and
'kJ. Mayor of the City of Pen- &:$: BENJ. D. WRIGHT and Tenant Lav
0 each.and all reasonable expenees paid. sacola I have Attorney Western of Partition, DeUce and
Nerro District
to prison, a of Florida.
Counsellor Law hereafter Liabilities
THOMAS A. UNTON, Fellow at will practiceIn of Shtrift, Late of Covenant. '
supposed to be a slave, says the of Escambia Superior Conrt Eecsinbie: Couoly.. ) 4 The
Capt Commanding. lie same is JOHN GREEN is 23yecrsoage,5.feet County only, except /c. >c. Law Library, carefully: secured -
Jury 5, 1834. 6t No!.17JO"Tbe about when specially to attend the Superior May Term 1831. S will be tent by mail to any part of
10 inches high has on a Walton C le.tino Gonzalez &Wlf.cowpl'.
ii Mobile Mercantile Advertwer Court of County or the \ the United States. July 26
cheek shirt
I 1 ;ft requested to Insert the above six times, iffOf roiuid about., Russia jacket sheeting straw pantaloons hat. light, Court of Appeals. Meeuwa J........vti. .. {la CII.- .
and forward the account to this office.Yoc Jane 7. last.- No 13 aheldd'tr I cerJr. Escambia County Court1
complexion, thin visage and has n scar on Thomas VilUeecs end : 1.

11 I the lerlJp. being a cut, and another on ,20 U 'Wat'd. heir. of J 1\1.Goa.c.t.1. sJ. \ j April Term, 1834. S
gale or Rents the left side of the breast. Said Negro THIS day rune the eoeipUiaeat. Celfsilno
brought from New-Orleans In the schooner I Escaped from the custody of Gonzalez and it.,....riu, to ibo MtuTMtioaorthe : ORDERED that JOBS 8. )oo... Sap A.
TheundenlanediU sell or the Subscriber on Thursday Coors affidavit filed that a portion of the nj>4 Census L. Bine, be smeT
rent by the year, the tine large Santiago Cant Theodora Lentner, who left heirs of Themes Vil|.. boy are hereby "mt-4 Road
t a theN the 17th last, a Negro {slave named *ca.: bVevd, now reside app Csounurionera
1 I commodious Dwelling HOUSE, on of June last The owners f. SAM, about six feet high, m the State of Alabama, and that the laM of n the \Ve t side of isiambta Error, and loss
k which he now occupies at the requerted to come forward, prove. pro-, stout built with a handsome John MeGonejral also reside witkvntth limm of Gauti, JAM(a W. En.'I1"Ud Jouri F.aflee -
Barranca The House Is two stories high pettyandtake him away. the Territory of Honda and In th. United States on the East aide of said River and thai
and well arranged. The Lot is large and JOHN GONZALEZ, face mild countenance and a large pair of Jt 'ie ordered that the MM Defendant do appear 111'1 make s report of the espenses incsrrtd, U
eligibly situated either for a public. or pri City Marshal. whiskers, says be is the property of George h.,. on er before the 6m day of the next term the nest April Term ofihis Carl '

warehouse, and has an excellent well of July |0 No. 18 Dee, of Qlark County Alabama, and that oflhie Cou-t end ....., the bill of tile complaiuaau A trjecopy M. CRUPPER. Clerk.

water upon It Possession will bo given &3"The above Negro has since declar-I he .b 21 years of age. He ranaway from or theaawe wilt be token for confeijrdM dray 17, 3t No. 10

on the first November.. eel that he belongs to Joshua Balling; residng .' he employment! of G. W. Creagh, of said afunat them and the master and ibisfto thttadecreed /
WILLIAM DOUGHERTY. on Tchoapitulas street in New-Orleans county, acoordinfly lad M ie further OrdereJ, County Court at t'hamben, >
that ,
a copy thiierder be publ .Ud in the Feesacola -
August 23 4t No. 2'For & hat he 23d .
ranaway on of September A Mulatto Girl G.z'u. ease a work far lour months sac 0prt723, 1834. I
last, and ha been about New.Orleausever or said named ELIZA the wife euivtly A Copy Atttet ORDERED Jose J...m.. F AHOC*
wale since until shipped for this port. Negro Sam, says she is the property GEO. *'. BALTZELL. Clerk. BIIJ.I> WniSBt.. of
t A DWELLING HOUSE in Pensacola. July 12 J. 0. of the widow Cratoo, of Clark County, May 10 No 9 Uteflrsl JuetieeV Dutnel. and TIMOTSJV TWIT.

This House Is large and Alabama, and about twenty years old. .sit, JOel,. FOMTTH and Jon HOST, of On
roomy,having commodious YUce. The above reward will be Mara delivery FOR SALE in the Episcopal ..*.i d Dvtrict U sad the some are hereby a,.

a apartments on the ground floor, 24 TIERCES Charleston RICE also of said Slaves, or Tea for the PEW Apply to _at.d remmiaenner ofSebool Leads fee t$)

('and being one story and a half 10 bbla. superior Green Jamaica delivery of either then to the "subscriber in ALDEN. A. M. JACKSON Cosaty of Eeeambi.. :'
with Kitchen COFFEE. Just landed and for sale by Vnsacola.. June 28 EDtt'o. L. DRAKEVJmift.
high, together a and other No. 10ARC
... .. .
necessary outbuilding It is favorablysituated'fbr A. M. JACKSON. .
June 2* No. 16 Pensacola, July 19,1834. 19.
the sea breeze. The owner Cattle OyvneTS

I wl8be by the talc of this property to raise .1J S.lIt13' nobfie4 thai the ]DB !pmn1iPa Vk
m IIntJllU121'of money. Terms half rash: )JJLaNUS, I'1 ..t &Uo 'boat. Bttvtes.; I >|tJDeat_... DO" made for neceeaary CROSSING a,.

and the balance by mortgage.. Enquire at DEEDS, .VOR7Y1.tOS'AND- BILLS ..A' TED 900.000 .f Pipe. sad CATTLE st Pl.ridat Tb pries of ferciafe k f Executed it /
tbUpfllce. or SALE. IIs,aBM4VVUi. au STAVES. AALDEtf 25ce uperte.4. '

t August* No 21 For SAL* AT Tw OFJ'1C ply M!us vch la \! .A.,It ,JAK9ON.- "I M.I' : SAMUEL.' 'fl. C KETSER.No.1 This ;Office.P& .

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