Pensacola gazette
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086629/00178
 Material Information
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: January 24, 1835
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002055169
oclc - 02704803
notis - AKP3157
lccn - sn 83016251
System ID: UF00086629:00178
 Related Items
Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

Full Text

I v



-- .---., ,. ,
-- -
1! -- -' -

(,l4..t Ir ctlca.r .

--- --- "-' .
-- .
-' ...
-- "- -
---- -- -

VOl 1. PJENSACOLA, JANUARY 2 ,I8$., f NO. 46.


-- .
: --I --- -- -- -- "- T
J :i.tfttilniiF--I--mii3Nlx6 Out you appear \lam.. What fi the led, but Cordon, with great addravsJlre-t boxes down, and Miss" A. MR to'. 1'hiladel-
matter 1" ping aside hls antagonist fell at .full. lei th I. to c r I U.
\ TilE KOY'S Lift XEQUE4T.MBS. | phia, and arriving the anise time, the
Oh a mere triCa. I hurt a foot by on the floor The whole I imnihlK i IMPORTANT
aria .. .. 8IOOI UUiY. company 'ravcUers stopped like John Uilpin' the LATE AND FROM EV-
I H.ltraletd .DOB hSsdjrisg ...., kn bead setting downmy rifle (awkwardly at the ately seized the prostrate man, to' pre ent taxiing point, and walked up Chesnul ROPE.
Druoped.'.this mAWs beaom-lik.l a bid hooting 'match.: My father hurried'perhapa. uS, lint from doing mischief It was>,> hoi ever street together the gentleman resolved

Which,broisa rr/.. bis sral sulk' ; sdbt to give I Collins notice and left mea .'. n dteu. < ulureto have n eye to each part of tbe New YOSK Dec. .

I 67 .... at.M.jM fibre II is able bald limp home at leisure.11 The convulsive spring had exhaii tod 'baggage, and the lady determined te adoptas By die picket ship George 1
J'nxa'..MB lai ....., pillow drew a book If you will d9m. the favor to' carrylily Ol"Own11C'ld'.lIb'ea and he remain i on her Washlnfton.
guide the resole of Col. Crotb 1 excellent Capt. ttur Aced .I.w"p.s.wd It .. bis bloodUn. i
lip. great-coat too, you may ride'my horse the floor in a .tate-.t perfect exhaus "
I .. ion. advice, He ntroys sire you're don to NoMmbcr5i3d and Lhcr
k ....tII.dear BMhefvses bust papers ,
.1. ys r dy gin, aDd I will walk on beside you to the Here he ontlauad a few
moments gi anag rigkt rats Go ueseop"Look.ntLddiesIli. iwol the 34th
both inclusive
to .
Tra.Ia1". Td b.ve I ktplyosr word | .
tatoo Come: f will take no refusal, for Iam with his
deeply, but vith- -
Ksd..1 slept sack ..d The news is both
Bight" .very morn, important, politically ,
Di4 fs.d i its .. so stiff with riding that I would like to out any attempt to I'speak. A child mkht
M| wita mf ....Ie prajsr stretch liuitw." : Ro >allghneta, commercially. Since the date ol our previous
,ILtil ibis...... my have managed him.
an.1' a> Prince Levistem, has arrived In ItiUadel- advices there hid been a rise in cotton
I ll. f "Agreed. 1 will not stand on ceremony "Release arm 'Collins" he iVa'
patted-r. breklb my ihia and amounting full three !
In Arch farthings
was seen
e... with you, and will!! mount white 'reMy it I is I wish. promenading per
sesatlr.'sad with a ail.oru..trif... your ; over. not to hurt any A 1'lIln
treet. He is handsome roundiM pound. Tory Ministry been
a ol
".... .r.r M.tsfbavslB..., .r.lM willingly, provided you couent to p&M the one-not even you, Roland I" \ .. Ktrrary atiainnirniH,man and,a srirmilieimeteiir loriued. in England with Lord part WLLUVO
V4!Iff MM Bihle their tout and night with ". fie and
M say.CMM me was placed on a chair, rovarmg
in music lie is rhoi tl! 'utid TUN of its beadHi is event being wholly
....it.*vjr fiavs.*..| UM Bo.."; You can hardly expect that, consider- his face with his hands, he wept biilerl!*. ) sal| apccted. ha
I|'i3.ff. ".*>.- "**taks h back MM a, log the fKUind I am on with your father I" Arising with more he observed. prepare ladies, jour sweetest litlthroDhou produced a strong sensa
''And hm it At.7.11,." "Mr lOa K-Mr nn!" Indeed, but I can. After last Interview I have but one composure word to and then smiles and winning graces-a I'mire the kingdom, and given
I lWbiMfsd At ...,..la that ,..ae. ton. ot .if your say, hink of thai-a real Prince- and a lluwmn'noce fine lo various pvbih desnonstraiiotia, bat,
WhW--.1a quarrel, you please, with him I[ will bid you all an eternal farewell. Ask from all ,
awKOTMtfafSkr in Die bargain Bee that be obtains we can gather, three man no immediate
Csamiads, sosthS UM ef toss lowr he said that you wrre a spirited follow, me as yon love me, no questions | on your of \
Mag IM a royal reception-things tend that prospect iulence. The fact is
I TA.oW/-( ......__ and that he believed if it were not Ctlr'thememury lit rs, not one. Let your lip.from this hw way ,
wa w eh.rj*jiel now. We have It la true, ""Dlne pnnee- a great many of the V\ bigs w ere dingusted
fro* Hal r' of lour father, lie could take! a ment be sealed as to the transactions of his.
with their
fellows of what own and Ct'lthO
ly but Ministry
our are to ,
>T.God.... MM if." 8e that trsrtiafr< sml, liking lo you." night. Here, Roland, you have lowed ]mr I your true Prince.ownt A. I: Star. they reluctance In seeing It ousted. Hut crest

With a slight ffcrtbr, ltd a hag win* smile. And yet, but the moment since you daughter<< She is w orthy of you, no i tatter they will not be so well perhaps
LsA ....sh Hiy CM lu Cnu.r' lie kind to her, for she will hate One of the most courteous answers on place. Much,
"Oh that ful-w I" ill no (IID
was news. net however will
IIEN MAT I COME AGAIN N-sr record to that of the and depend upon the policywhich
mil the world but accomplished unfortunate -
to look to.
all that right, and 1 trust you will be my : you Ills Graee" intends lo If
I MtBIMAS. Sir Walter Raleigh .. Klliabeth: pursue
He took ,
the hand
rothcr-iu-law of 1 it
Y.. may cunt-whsa jrs* knew I've IMCB still However, now that : ardently who on one occasion! rather learning 'wisdom from UI'trlt'nt't|' he
In Roland1 and kissed
: her the
rleued, I think of it, you had better take the near 01 hk frequent application for favours for his should adapt himself to the new condition
Aid the wortd o.masiapo.d.fgay Uaf hlet. path here through the woods,'.and I will I cheek. of things, and fall in with the current
When Sir Walter
catch up with my father on the main rood, As for you,Collins."continued he.* fly, him/1 M ", of salutary reform, hi. Administration )
But whoa ssthors}'. Your life is in danger if finds will you cease to be a beggar f" When,
by ttom and hate a little conversation before you I rooming yv II i might be nol only but
/>..'<"..!-fcf I'm Mid til day su f.Yoi see him. :.It lucky that you did not over here. Do as you please. I give you no advice was the answer-whieh mast have Immediately useful popular, eminently IA t

take him Instead t but remember that this course ef life disarmed EUjabeth's wrath, however.
of me, for he had his rifle new Ministry has been formed with
come-tl'ICH1.loolai. ..,Iuc, has made Martin llee"la appearuee.'be.. your gracious ,
may 10 his hand, and wa so much Irritated that Brown field the most miserable eDikK
y...'II t be .lco.-iI'I lock Uw urn. t of men" Majesty eeaaea"to' be a benefactor." oii TSKVIKV. (Marshal MOBTUB) '
be might have put a ball through yon before h al Its head< Bit .de. yoa'r. '-11I1.,',dress, Before of the This anecdote Ie told originally In Old s's 1
one covld
De.'! CMU f-' UM door IMF* ,.., .._ 'you could have come to an explana word, he rushed out company and disappeared.sty_/+.a Life,and repealed. by the last authority Ty members the of the Cabinet. It I existed previous ,j.
lion."But tier. to appointment of the Duke of
i Ys miy seas when. lhero' something di. are yqu sure which road he has Collins as may well be supposed, soon 0bryed OAMUNO.The .

.., taken ," the hint as to escaping, and to this I Biilirh Parliament has been further M'

To teftsUMrfrlcads we btk how |, Perfectly: sure lie always goes the day follows bin old trade. Roland look the IICMAN bra F.-nM'1"D BY 1' ulT10K- prorogued from the 23ih of iNovrmber to f

B.l i if fCHI iBp.ct lam flirting, main rood at night, as his f)rs are not so disconsolate Rose to a relative's where be An ingenious author aiwerla thai the length the Pith of Decciaber. I

AM<'"'!- roa'U.kf MoBnear.d.! Trop. !keen a. formerly, though the track JUIII l I left her for the moment. In the morning I'ra man's he life has may beesUroaied by thepulations It I is stated in a Liverpool paper, that, on .
he determined to hunt for the of Dud. strength enough to per.
before lOll U a gooj drill shorter. So good] body the newt of the formation of the Dassano
form. Tus alloV 2U for the
Extraet from "The Counterfeiters. h y to lOU fur a ,,'hlle." Thus raying, |JudIcy ley f but a violent snow storm that listed I Ing years common Ministry I't'lt'hllll"Ut1rand, he immediately
of man and fit)pulses a minute for
A ia.lt from the Norellettet of a Trateller, drew on the' over-coat<< mounted the several days prevented him from pulling age sent In his resignation u Ambassador
I by Professor Note horse, and net off at full gallop. his desire into .xccution. As soon u a the common measure of pulses a temperate to ihe Court of London.
the number of in hi.!
:' A very little reflection told young Gordon The road followed what i ii called the thaw took place, some weeks after, he 'I person, pulsations There no news of Importance either t
i searched the woods in vain for some trace whole hfs will amount lo 2,..",0MXOj: ) but ,
I that for the present it was useless to ridge, bending! round into a curve to find aevel his if by intemperaneehe force his blood into from Spain or Portugal.
of friend. the
Probably had been
his suit with either father corpse I l'
I press or daughter. while Koland's led THE MINISTRY.
I path straight on,
more rapid motion so as to give
drill I'll Wolves seventy-
Even could he fU) by or swept off by some r
her to I Livtarooi Nov. 34. A whole
;" persuade an without regard to the irregularity uf the of the mountain utrcunis thai traverse the five pulses in a minute, the same numberof week:
elopement, every thing, he well knew, ground ; the first making in shape a bow, : road. pulses would be completed In flfy-six has now elapsed since the Melbourne Mlniry -' !

y \ was to be feared from mountaineer's high uf which Jhe second was! the Firing. Accustomed I Urown field noon met "'ith. death thai years consequently the life would be reduced was most abruptly dismissed by the

passions and vindictive feelings. In one to the woods, the Ewing man riddance fourteen -The Oracle of King i yet, singular it may appear,
was only a from years. .
t of his visits to the country village, he perceied threaded his narrow way readily and rapidly I II. \lifeless under greater suffering Health. though the newspapers teem with spec f
on entering the hotel, a number of though lie had to look too attentively was tree shivered by ulstions and reasonings on Ihe.subject

-persons in earnest conversation ronnd a : through the occasional gloom to think my lightning, where on he hiswsy had to the NorthWestern The strictly original authors are Inercdl. the world is just about as wise lo-df y as It +
table and them the sheriff. From The terntory, probably taken was last Monday, touching the, proximal gk
among connectedly, moon alternatively wa ble few. Mosl book are more or less
shelter A. he ,
'. during a storm. had
never '
scattered remarks, he gathered that prepnrationa shrouded in masses singling clouds, and been C'ou.it&edbe the result of memory compilation !I cause of the Huyal'AeL .The ,Spetiattrof i
'IVerq making, on a Urge settle lo hen burnt forth wtiU almost the brlghtae noon forgotten.u.p andnidayre- 'while the original thoughts, thai are Intermixed I the 22d says i From; all ihe inform
seize Colfins,-who it wa said wai now of day, on the hoar front that silvered the menibered mostly him as a brave, and are faint and imperfect In youth Ikon,we can gather.1.by perusing tbs didfcr'

forking in the mountains-Brow nfield, and ground and every bough of the forest. All hospitable man. generous and middle age we can read almost anything ent vrrsionsgiven by our contemporaries,

t several others. The next morning, before was: so still, that each footstep on the frozen At the end 'of a ROM was married J as we grow old we grow bistia- who aresupposed to be in the confidence ..,

the dawn" was fixed on for their expedi- earth sounded loud and distinct. Roland to Roland.-She never year suspected the true ious. Nothing secondary can any longer ther of the ousted Ministers or those who )

tion. An accomplice had betrayed the had nearly reached Drownficld'n when circumstances of her brother's death and interest us we demand whit rises like the hope lo succeed them, we are led to conclude '

counterfeiters, detailed their hiding places through the solemn silence he heard the sincerely lamented a kind father of whose freshness of the morning breath on the bare hither that the King acted upon s Ii
and was to pilot the officers ojus I sharp crack of a rifle, and then the rapid 'misdeed she w as happily in earth sudden ix>f>ultitf-a capricious rtiotrt /

i tice. Roland deliberated what he shoulddo. clatter of a horse at full speed, answered ignorance. No one can u hat U In the or thai he merely seized,what he considered "t

\ Could he in conscience aid the escape by the echoes from the mountain. The mind of guess of liaising a favorable opportunity 'of excelling 1 r
genius haL hft
a man by"
of notorious outlaws He thought oiDoCIey Idea immediately flashed upon him that he nOM THE rmi.ADEi.ruu GAKETTC AND in the conversation, f a plait prnitmtly iltttrminrd t ft." Now,

whom he deeply esteemed ; of tad left hi. well-known overeoaand wellknown I'fTEWOINrFl.' : r> society | it so happens that we e.n. we flatter, our, n'
Johnson and Burke
were brilliant in
Rose whom he devotedly loved: and finally horse to Dudley iii. fancy con lured GOING. AHEAD.-{A HTXAMBOAT AMitDorr. mutton as well u puwerful in their con writings selves, ihsuw some light on this important .

concluded that it would' bft returning up a horrid' picture he could) not dill- ] but thase are rare instances. I have subject t that we ran, in fact, five a preH
I good for evil to warn Brownfield of the.Im >el. v In Ihe course of the past summer,a young been in| with several of ty accurate report of the conversation

pending danger. While he was seated in When Gordon! arrived At Brownficld'sdoor lady of this city whom we shall designate who company have shown no men genius of which look place between the King and)
obtained r superiority
a corner, thus occupied with his thoughts he paused a moment 'a* he had In- as Miss A. the,servlcrs of a friend talent their eomraunicaUon or out Lord Melbourne, at the Pavilion, Bright-

a rain, apparently intoxicated who had to have taken his horse, whom e may style Mr. B. to escort her ward Walpole remarks this on. '

watered and left the room several times, and return without entering. Full of to Bordcntown, on her way to New York. of Gray appearance.and what appears striking conversation Assuming the accuracy of the report, 'it

staggered: out mattering pretty distinctly, awful forebodings with"kill feelinqstrainl'd They arrived Chemiul street wharf would often to .\owIIII.t th e King, having previously f
nonsense -
first catch your fish, and then fry him." to the highest point he knocked! at the bog live minutes Ie'fore the time of starting, if committed to paper. made up bit mind dismiss lite Ministers,

Roland looked at the speaker, and recognised door. It wu opened by ROM herself and the teniHimii having handed the lady affected to suppose. that the Premier hail

in him one of the mountaineers, but who looked pleased contused and terrified on to the deck of the inner boat, (that for come W announce his own resignation and

thought no more of the circumstance. at the same time. ,|, Baltimore)left her with the direction"Go Approach oj death detcerUMd by a Bailor the resignations of his colleagues. Hie

Gordon had business in the village" "I thought," said she "," thai U was Ahead, and l'Ulook after your baggage." -The quiet but expressive language. of it will be seen, would u take no

which still detained him some time, though father for I am sure I J jean heard r his rifle.It my. The lady not understanding thai to jo o- sailors Is well represented Vy Smotieti, .hi M.Jette and the pertinacity with which IM

anxious to be oC.u Tu no matter," how. I. so Irrge in the bore that it ring. al. Mod she must go arrow quietly walked the sea scenes of his pov.!.. Thus, In Roderick his first supposition is, to say Uw

ever, thought he mounting his large white most like a musket" herself to the stern of the boat on which she Random, when I pestihwee prevailed least of it, highly ludicrous. ;-'Of \

horse, well known throughout the country Is father then*not returned 1" as Was and took her seat on one of the set- on board the Thunderer man ef war, nUt Lord /dI1C111111 .-lltue )'oU'lIl.t...,.

for beauty end speed "I have but twelve Led Roland your anxiously. Where is Dudley tees, musing perchance as she Cued poe came lo the surgeon's male, n Welehman, I... anxious to ley before" you the declsT .
or btciHtiJvl when the Delaware to gel a prescription for a brother sailor. ioa- ". '
miles to go and the.sun is not yet 'set. 1" nay "
Avenue prescribed by Mr. Girard would be JIa be lead or alive T asked the Welch- efiof..-Ay, ay. right.
lie was within a mile of BrownfieU's I am ex peeling them both. Bat, goodGod
when,by the moonlight that broke through- ? You lookfainting. l>egim. In the mean time Mr. B.' havuj ban.' ,ean right I see you have decided,..
are pale
oat the firing clouds, he recognized a man why. you' found the Knight of the Wheelbarrow causes .' Dead !I" replied Jack| "if lie was dead, resigning. I knowyihs diftculilM yen .bars

limping along the;road, but wu dubiag It i.* nothing'r I Miss A's Wink and bandboxes to.be be would have no occasion for doctor's bad to manage, but I think your decision,
conveyed on lh> New York boat and safely "uff' No thank Cod, death Lint as yet right-quite right. '
O. a* the walker,railed to him. f But Koland'4 looks netted his ords. A .. 41 :
This bad boarded him, but th .. been lid arm Lord "'f/bot Please
lLalloo Roland Roland deposited. scarcely been across- JOttr.aT,
/ I"I him
fearful three
anticipation so overpowered ;
when the struck and yard arm these glassrs." I was to bow- .
clock and the New going explain
"Ah 111 U 7 How did
+ you, Dudley you that he reeled againsl the wall, while Rose ''
know ms?" screamed aloud with terror. Alarmed at S'orkandthe Baltimore boats pushed oft "Are his ryes open ? continued the 7A.iIUe done need'nl, you ....'It.
Miss A. did thai Mr. B. mate. You have quite rlghi quite .,, 1
Who could mistake your white'over! Her cries, an old man rasbed out from an Knowing u was "
eat, or still more your superb steed i blat adjoining room seized! the falling youth, a member ef the Temperance Society, she If His starboard eye, said the uilor, III n-ipen think your declsun was rifBl-quite rtfLt.
fell no uneasiness at not seeing him frame., but fail jammed in his head .nd Lord Metbounns -Tot myself plans*
where ere you bound so late n<& placed! him in a chair, and s'riwd: by loo- !
disteljv but thai the boat shoud 1ft so far lulyard. of his under jaw has given w. l'ourM.jlllylhue-- ,:. .
To your father's. I have heard news ling his cravat and sprinkfinf water in his th"l, '
that must be communicated to' him Imme fees, to rrstorrhim.biie Collins (for drtvn tune river excited much astonishment that Tin j"A'y, I know Ia-,..

diately. All have mel with you, you can the old man was no other) was thus occupied Bless me (said she to an elderly lady on We understand a work 'ntlll QuId do nothing, else q site rlfhtyto
discharge my errand." Brownfield stepped deliberately her right hand) what a long turn the boats "Sketches, ".Historical Political, arid right. But ray dear Melbourne, JM Brad

."Ilhank.you, from the bottom of mr with an air of proud satisfaction. He started going to make 1 ': we are nearly opposite ofrsphical: of loultiana. East and \\1)1'1 II are good frirnds. I her always. ha* thigh

., heart You are precisely the ,';'man I, always u he looked the and cried out the Navy YlrdXWe are not going Florida," will probably be put I'fti in I regard for you. I am Berry for U, but
group te tdake turn dear said the London the ansuiruj Thug work Is I now )on could Dot help tt .Its there tone
look you Kj be. Of my father, I am hastily, pointing to the half tainting yoDBf any my year. ,
beuud to ihinX well t but am perfectly man.- I lady addressed.this,.the right war to go from the pen Colonel wAts, of FtorUa use you now In putting yourself out of

t ware of the reports in eM 'ulatio and like How came be here I, I she wounded t i to i Baltimnre." Yes, no doubt,* sad and will contala many Interesting ta ts con! the way? You could not bah slop my dear "

not, I confess, the .......01 Collina: whole Where ,is Dudley 7" eagerly.enquired Miss A, but this Is the New York boat," Seated with the early history of those pro Melbourne It's Isle now. and dine

fact is now at our hounev My father buta Roland not less excited; have 'ot''seen I "Oh no, my dear, this is the Baltimoreboat51 vincee never before published, with exteav with ..., and YOU can take a note from me
Indeed _adam.j i Miss siveexirscts from the ha the Duke of Wellington to-morrow.
quarter of.. hour since left me, swearing Um 7" ,
vengeance should h*ever lay his eyes ..>Dodlt '1" exclaimed the father,where A. "you must be labouring medic momsdelusion. the British ministry with the Oovemore ..fEast We nee4 scarcely add, thai, M use a

you. One of his mountain friend entered should I see) Dudley' I am going to New York'and an4 west ITorida, daring the Revolt I nautical phrase Lord Melbourne,wae ..-
upon this ls the New York beet" The debate tlonanr-wer. The "ntt kes aU & W <..elUnf> deffe4 pertinacity
Ibe rooa .in the village where the officers II. parted from as but a few minutes
of justice where devising, their on horse 1" < waxing a little warm iM question was referred el tM atmuiry which developed ihs psAcy !In anWttog lobelive that Me
ago my
schemes, and immediately returning to a "Wh'tr! shouted Dromifield,f-pale u to the Captain, 'who of courts decided of the Uri eJa Piaet. daring that Intereetinf 'Lordehfp had cane tansies the resifnation -

I shoaling muck near here where he knew death, "on the white horse 1" egainsl Miss A.'"'' period, lain f the hands of the author, of kill Cabinet BometWrf We tieMowing

I. my father was; gave public Information o M Yes t on my white." In the mean time., Mr. B. was .looking no part of which has. ever been published. iheufhu darted ,Bersebis

it 'Considering the fooling you and 1 "In a while over-cost: nor Mid the up stairs and town' SUITS In my; lady's with the exception ./ that portion which! ,alortttM.i'b.wac "
astonished and mortified ayour chamber" for ihe" fair eared disclosed tat the frsttfkn, the fact the ( ana .UIhtsmeeal
were on, I felt father, anxiously as if hoping a nagauteaniwer. object /Jiis Is in ,..
being prevent in tbe consultation ; but -but no Mi..?A..u to be 1I'f'n101. bad the Brfeha CoveraaBcnt contemplated a canal The Ebsg .t .* ump -

still I could not see )"uupiei on without "Yrs, a white one.* the steward, the captain's clerk, the cook, to connect Ihe Mississippi with P,,...- r. 0hall I star to ,dfajnerVA's, Ute
cola Bay, In West Florida u early u theyear now. 1 'A-annot reach Iowa 1+tAihe i
cotaing to an explanation. For a moment the wretched man stood the w.iura. agd the tbajnbemaid set eye the

"Whaiever hasty word. may have pawed as if petrified j his eye*' fired, his mouth bat morning upon such a lady as ke de ml.In a may as well !accept. town to UeBaonlag.Accerdihgly KmgV. bviuUon. ,

between the old gentleman and myeeiC com pressed,bis arms uplifted,hi*fat clenched scribed. At lenxth Mr. B. earn I* the Ihis work, we understand, will be re- proceed Lord JTcIVotrne staid
could that J rach limb with conclusion, that Mtsa A. had remainsd tUved -trIou. treaties which. Louisiana to
I hope, Dudley you not suppose and the nerves stretched on the by dinner at the pavilion. The Royal .
\ would take so meair-B revenge especial, ; to rigidity while every one gazed at I the.wrong host Msss A. who was convinced and the Floridas were acquired, UM, ,. high, spirit'Neither'tiefetot Party Mrkto
on ths Other of yourself and Roe lI him with silent horror lie then rolled hU: that Mr. B. and her baggage mos toils of each, ht UM varioo epochs al were Minister least blat of

"Thai f did not beluv it, 'my stopping eyes furiously and vaguely on the company -: probably had been left on shore, proceeded whkh they were respectively transferred the prime ttUBordinsjrytoie/rkw gar -ike which)14 <..

y'ota was the best proof. lnly waited to and at last sprang like a Panther (to- tofitw Castis.. Mr. B*'was deposited atBurliagtoo from Ute several Government *f Great ken pUre bttweea them

Anow Ue real facts of the case, as the land. "VIW.n!I" exclaimed he, "you have, How they mused themselves Britain, Spain, and France, with some Interesting ... Lord MelbounM could re) notroifeotuw, ,

; mounlaineer's information to us made your murdered my sou, and your life shall pay daring the day in this state of involuntary particulars roonecled with taking as maynalmDy be eupposed, heippoa. .'

conduct inexplicable :every things new for it"Tile I separation has not beesi ntenUoned,+but the possession of these couotri**-W X. derjaj the la bU mind. ner rgsart
perfectly pWo." ; movement, was sudden and uncaps evening bouts look Mr, B. and the baM- 7sut matter I. .

... (


- .--

... .. .. '
M1 M1I M1i



'4 "t- -
.\ <" '
Cr )m reflating iwi the t in re ,h&Ae! and tf otgt.ts. tot tU'Bom* De ssnmens! ''of ;; "- ;.' .Y *'J.J1..fJ' ,. *,. 1rt5:, I ..f NOTICE. \' f, 'Err..trD..
/> ,'' his ciltaguromrghtk, follows nnder the Foreign;( AITura, Secretary staw 'fur the 'NAL.T', U.-a- ship Iffwfc/Ki, I H. EREAmrt, the fart wiling TUB Sobserlber having purchased tJter
i "' ClrmnMUnris in which the" Knit's rtsolvc colouim, and un' Monday .whN' .the new t.ptli 'Wu.., dropped down from UK Schooner: lADY orthia katabli.hment, hued
'I bid flared the Mm atry. 'rrrasuryl:omnstesioavUi'tat' ebctnheued, Navy Yard yesterday afternoon, and an- JEhI MADISON, wilt sail between h again teethe accommodation 01'Tn-
4 \\ ether any, and what conversation the Duke \\elJmgtuu will also be First thoredofftlie Navy Hospital, _preparatory M this place and Mobile. She Tellers and Boarders. Every exertion will
took placer IK'lasso lAIrdllIlbourne sub! +e- I.IINIICthe Treasury ) the oilier lords are to selling for the VV..India Station. will. leave Pensacola, on Tuesday, the 28th be made to give general'satisfaction, and
quenily, we" know not bodice it lo nay tu be the Earl of liosilyn, Lord Ellcnta r inrt for Mobile and continue. a regular the charges moderate. This Establish
that his Lurdlii|> Kt the "..moil' on Friday -, rough/ Lord Maryborough, BirJohn fleck { 'UOKDAT, Dscrti a,29 i 1834. packet between those places, for freight or meet opens o* the Bay,' and Is one of the
fortnoou, briiigiAff with limit a letter I ett, unit Air, 1'I,inter. 110ISP ill: HfcPRESBNTAIVES.On passage inquire of the CapU on board or ple.santetllo the southern country.'
U from the KnllJ IlJ &be Uuke \Vcllinglon./ ll u u.lmitud on sill hand..., th\t the Duke, > 'notion of Mr.,WHITE, of Florida, at the Store of John A. Hall and Co. whereW D. A. NOKTHBOP.Jan. .
which his !M gcmy totted Ifn .'!irA, ana regard Sir,Hubert l.ed as the only hope 0Tor f, tttfiltfd. That the Comnitte on Roads orders will be attended, too, with.pun- 17-45-tt '._ _
which he, ASK gravid"subject, obligetllhe! )'l.!m, and that his Grace and KM Inn.. andCmals be instructed to Inquire Into the tuatily a a liepawb.&fICUAEL. : -
King by (pnichiatf to Us aes{inatMO,' dicta persona]ni Or will yield with uncouditional xpedamey of making an appropriation fore CARRt"NE.any Ta : CoUectoT1. Bate,
Arrived si his renidtmc in IOwn.-.hlcb! iubcnWlo lo the will of the Right, 'earn! between Peasscola and Mobile ) 10183 -4ft-3t. Master.' For Territorial and"Cottnty Tare
he did hot rtarh till between 7 aqd tI Hun.' Daronci. if he- should undertake u Bays --- On Saturday',the 4th day of Aril next
'o'tlock al night, lAIrd Melbourne. "(hr w form a l.cn enimcut-a maUer"bo".nr" 'Iletthed, That the Committee 4>f Commerce NOTICE. between the hours 10, J and 12, clock; A.
iiitnarif l into his chair, ptsritd! Iris lejfi ou whirls s"TIM by uu means certain to Uw.el be instructed lo inquire into the expeiicnry to 'Alien A.M M. I shall offer for sale In' front to the
J the fender,'-and again Aiedjlated what to du.i 'whir !know that he bas more than. oiiffL.MjihnsujiercMiotistoJijBjeiMi of making an appropriation for ALL'pt'I'IOOIludebted to make payment court House, in the city of Peisacola, the
i It was too late to consult! the wb*>Je of his disclaimed aliMnimnutyiof : pIsieiHi buoys i in St.Marks harbot and two on or before the first day of Marc! following property, or so much hereof M
I colleagues= that nigh! | so he contented himself feeling with .,bat 1It8d tii Us, call 1, bea lli.OB the East and West Shoals' and next,'trf II.:KELLY, Esq who is author! will pay to>> the Territory of Florida and
. i, wut tpaichuig summonm's fur a xl his own party. We need scarcely 197 buoys in the East. ..paw (Into Appalachian. ted to receive the same.. All notes and accounts county of Esrarbisfor taxed toe Unreon,
,Cabinet CoincU| to be held the uuxt.day."Meanwhile that the Currency Question i. one which ta I1aJ la 'iorid. not paid as above will be put into up to the list day of December 1834, unless
several of his colleague vuib-d peculiarly involves the character 0f.8t .Ile*>ltd, ThattheCommittMor Commerce -. the hands of an attorney for immediate collection. I- the taxes are paid to the subscriber,Before i
'their cbitf, who communicated to them Kuhcrt4Weetys.a ,statesman and yet upon be instructed inquire Into the expedielcy the day of sale, together,with all coals
:the news of his and their dismissal! from that uuetien, mil the hvt Session of ParUanwut of providing for the erection of a ARTEMAS STONE, Assignee and charges. a -
offire ,Uw,. ninguliir, enough, some of he was deserted by a large body of ht-house at the most suitable! site at the of A. A. M. Jscknon. John.Brotnahu*.- \
I Hem rcreivdd Ue iaitlliKenctrif tie! ,W the "lIrl'1anti had to rely for the vindi caster entrance hula Appalachioola Bay Jan 24.46td.XtJORD1NA. Arpans No. 28. 31. 38.:47. 48. 85.88.74.
them,-iinpinUiil i event, Uiruugh the morn ( atii.n of his favourite measure upow the and anoihnr at the pass into the bay of -- 75. 78.:,OB. 81"118. 1." jlo.,li,... I-Ida.
Inc p.mporc 1 a i tpt'echtx and uses of the VV hig Ministers I Merits at Egmont i island., on,the coast. oKtortfa. ( 1 TC No. 73.. on the suburb of the city of Pensa-
lie preceding, we have reason. to b.* and tiit-ir usual supporters. The Right To provide for the erection or of -Dathin;, cola also lots No. 21ft.'238'C\8 Roams 8t
have, 111 a pretty accurate account of the loll. Maronit, complained HlerJyoflhtt House in the Bar ol Pensacola.SEC. lot No. 12.on>Tarragona Street I.' of lot
made in which.u. moM! graeiouaKrag dismissed desertion U the time I and we mistake hi* l'rom 1M Flaredia 1. Be it Ordained fry Me JMotor No ?a on Gjvt. bt. 1-2 of lot No. 325. oa
$ I his ministerii': It explains variety character Much U he has forgotten i iU,I Can t The Union Dank went into operation on and Board of Aldernufnef the CUyoPentacola. Flortdatblarica street 14 of Jot No. ft. oacburehetreet
of circumstances connected with that even It, ,therefore,, ba 4oo much tu'anticipatethat Thunday last John Parkill, Esq. has been That the Mayor be and be is hereby amount of taxea due-$3 99
J which) wi'huutiTwh a key are wholly int when Sir Robert Peel find,' as be wil elected Cashier,' Thos. Drawn, Eq, Teller authorized to grant to Antonio Collins Centura Ordegn, -
explicable. upon his arrival' the country eonvmlsedfpmn ,1 and Mr. Veech Kk-keepe The offloenrof the privilege of building one or more Bathing 1-3 of lot }4. on Intenda street miscast
.1"1. radii Ttot Tibia. one end.to,the.other at the bare f roe- the Dank had been employed for Houses at any place In the Bay except of taxes due, 031-4. I
When the Minister dcUVered vp ,their pert of the return of the reformer to power several days in preparing' and signing the 1 between Jefferson and Baylen F. T.. COMMYN8.tu .
seek., this King was very rracious to all of --can it be too much: we auk,.to anticipate MBa; some of which are already circulattou. Street. This right to continue for a term collector Eicanbia county.
them except 'Lord Brougham) .with when! that, whenbe finds the country thus .ic o t The arrival of Col Gamble,the Presidentf not exceeding ten years and .the lad: Col Pensacola Dee.31st. 1834 44.-18t
the inrfrView WM brief and cold...To Lord ted, he may conq,,!. tb'\itI: conclusion >f the Bank, was hailed with the hiss may charge and receive not exceeding, '
.. M" ,Nume his Majesty was'particular' by that he ought not to lend hiunelf and his most lively;restissonials of satisfaction by twelve and a half cents for each person for NOTICE:
kml 'in his expression. character to thig.eTory allies upon whose OUt cozens, and we understand that a pub- each and every time the said bathinj SIX week after date, I will apply to the
f I (>m.*' torso i eLBoiJHKEs raiviTK i>ce> co-utn'ration he could reckon only whilst he lie dtswr will be offered him In considers House or Houses are used for the privilege that Judge of the County Court,
', ..*. m",$,.') costumed 10 minister to their bigotry, and ttoo the service which he has rendered of bathing therein-Provided the same Escambia County for Letters of Administration
VTr hive authority to declare, oner. for to be the,ttlave of,their ,anti-national preju, thiscemmonily by his exertions in establlshmgan be kept In good order and condition. on the.' Estate' of FREDERICK
!. ," htl,'rPlu: any reports which may have gone diets Institution which promises so SIC. I. B.it fustier onMud, That WESSELS, deceased. -
abroad tb tneeif/!ct that 'Lord Melbourne flO.THE,TIMM, trot' 22. much ror the planting interest of the eoWII the Mayor snaQ have power, with the advice r CHARLES BRODIE.
t .'., .' .rithW/ resigned hisnfflrc, or expressed Mylirrwilllagneki 'The rumors of the day hate produced .a I Icy;. 'This trodden influx of solid capital and consent of the Board of Aldermen, Jany.lOrr46-6t.
1"' to continue to hold i it, or slated > real euriwdy, being nothing left than the I CIIInnot fail, if prudently) expended, toad. to grant the right of keeping Bathing Houses NOTICE.
:1 th\rlhe.Cabinet mus,.break up of itself purport UpnUhe& exact words, of the letter vanceihopTOsperitjr of the country and de- to any person for a term exceeding t
either before or soon after( the opening of addressed to fir Robert Peel by the elope its resources. The prosperity oDor ten years, to be determined by the Mayo LETTERS of Administration on the es-
Parliament or gave any advice with r.I .- 1 Duke of Wellington Of coup we can' idais now placed on a sound bam and Board of Aldermen-Provided that no Dr. JOB HUTCHINS, deceased
speet to his successor, are'mxe, cwrww- n vouch for its accuracy. The letter or The planter will now obtain money on reasonsble Bathing House or Houses shall be built in have been ',raated to the under
I DID, and coxram rd TIC inter. .. extract of. the lette: ;, U said to beta these and accommodating, to enable the Bay, between Jefferson and BaylenStreets. signed. All persons indebted to the estate
1j yeas Tut! toNDoif IPECT 1'OI. I terms s.. him to purchase more lands and make will make immediate payment and those
t On Monday the King came to SL Jame's ".1 hate received. tour Sovereign's commands new Ira provements, and each year will add JOHN JERRISON, having claim against the estate, will present
to form a new Administration in a progressive ratio to the rich products of Prtit. of the Board.of Aldermen. them properly authenticated and within -
resignsLions ( I which I )have promptly obeyed. M>' opinion our soil Alreadythe crop of middle Florida Passed Oct 4, 18U.: tbe-'time prescribed b. )Jaw.GEO. .
I Wellington sworn 'Inks Secretary for bait long been: and still is. that the of- yields the annual sum of one million of dol M. CRUPPER, Secretary. : : F. BALTZELL? Adm.
the Home Department;, and wall also commissioned five of 1'reinler should be held by a memberof hare, and we may safely tabulate that the Approved October 7th, 1834. OC'tober28. 1P34._' o.84
by his Majesty to oonduet. the house f Common" and not of the Increase will be twenty per cent for seve- C. EVANS. Mayor. To fcnvokeTB.
bnsiaes! othe other principal departmentof louse( uf Lvriln. I candidly) admit that no era) years to come. .
ToUec.tor'l Sale &A,. Elizabeth
Just ,roes
state, with the asmntsnce of the under one is so 'proper as j'outsell to hold that ------ per
secretaries until definite arrangement* iimtlon, ilurefore beg jour immediate return HONOR AND HONESTYBoaro For Territorial and County TAXES. Havana, '
are entered into. On Friday he further received and that you will; accept,that office :*, December 11. ON Saturday the let day of August next, 1 1 A UUUU A A A OF the best Vuelta Aba jo
the seals of-the Secretary of War, fn r<' q j l't ct lo rn)M-lf, I have no wish for office We were shown, this morning, a letter the hours 10, and 12, At M. SPANISH SEGARS, for
Payaiaxtef the Forces, and First Cnmmisajoner nt ail ( but if I can he of any ue to my received terdaybya gentleman in this I[ shall offer for sale, in front to the courtHouse sale for cash. Apply to .
.of Woods and Forest. '.The, xiu'rcin Hint my cotmtry, and 1 if 1 it shall pity, from another New York covering in the city Pensacola, the follow.lug P. DE LA RUA.
Duko I.;. therefore, rtnttimpor* Fir. t be your. wish, I wlU. fill any office under I draft and bank check for S500 interest property, or so much thereof, as will Nov.22 No. 37
or theTroahorr: ; Hectetary of the LorA your Administration that you may point a debt of which and the debtor we were Informed pay the Territory of Florida, and county 1att.n\-'r-ruftl.!
Foreign; and colonial Departments, First untw the following facts ; Twenty six of Escambia., for taxes due thereon up to
Lord of the! Admiralty; President .f the TUB Emrcaoa or Rcssu. -Ilia Imperial yeanagoMr. C-, a respectable mer- the 81st day December 1834 ; unless the TUB SUBSCRIBER begs leave to in
Board V Control, Secretary atW r,>and, .Majesty has arrived at Berlin, and performed ihsnteif this city,1 failed owing, amongst TazM are paid to the subscriber before the the public that he has obtainedthe
First Commissioner of the Woods and Forests the journey in the incredibly short time other'bts, glOMto Mr. ,R-. The day of sale, together with aU costs and Patent Right of JOHN WAGNER'S
I He wUl continue tn act in these of ninety hours lib arrival created gl'e tIUIlonisbllll'ot. dlhWilli .compounded for R200, and the charges. newly invented TRUSS, for the cure of
manifold capacities;' find ht any other we The prince of Holland ha debtor dwchargi.-J. Mr. (/--removed to HENRY BASS. Hernia, for South Alabama and the Territory .
h presume, that may to dwntrd ;ueeesimry also lift Holland fur Berlin, on receiving New York recommenced business, and 1280 ACRES of 3d rate Land, situated of Florida j sod offers his !cervices to
until Sir HAhart Peel, who' hM gurus to I he new of ho late change of English Mini has been pro perou.. From time to time, East of Perdido River, 13 all who may be thus affected in Pensacola
.r. ." Italy,'returns.' .The ch eiue of any offiietn "tr>'. Their appears a singular coincidenre 1- as he could spare the amount, he voluntarily miles from the city of Pensacola boundedby and its vicinity. He warrants a permanent
the Government, Including the Premiership in nil thes movements accompanying sent his old friend R-sums of one Eugenio Sierra's land and others vacant cure in a short time. A sample of
,; is reserved for that Important rxtraxmagie the Duke uf Wellington's return to, and two hundred' dollars, until the whole, on the East, and West by vacant lands,and< this Truss, with ample testimonials in fa-
S "* 4l will probably bn a (i rliiiglitlMV. l*>wer.lionilm. debt was paid, and the five hundred now on the south by the said Bay of Perdido. vour of its efficacy, may beacon at the
fore hft nan arrive in England, aud till ,V>... 23.-It will be seen by received is called in the letter fifty percent Amount of Taxes, $2 40. store of Geo. Willis & Co.
., then, at least, the Duke will remain the lha following/ lint, that, with two extep of the interest"! Such instances of ir- JUAN DOMINGUES. I H. B. TAYLOR.
,.. sole responsible minister of the Empire. lions onlr, the members who composed the epreMible honesty are rare, and therefore 1 QQA ACRES of 3d. rate Land SitnJ. Penfotota, Dee. 27.-42tf._
This state of things in, we believe, ulipreeedented. French( Catumt previously to the appointment wurtry of record.TVanscnpf.OBITVAAT. juO vfated between two Bayoua-I NOTICE. .
t fie Dub de Uassano, Ire'to 'resume which first fiat marked to high pine, i
i DIIVI\U doubtful what arrangement their seats. Duke ,de Treviso) Marshall : with two crosses is distant 3 miles wes I A T the next Term of the Honourable theLi
will finally be made. Conjecture has been Mortier) President of the Council and DIED-At his resedeuce, near Marian from the city of rensacola, bounded on all i County Court of Escarobta County,
if', ", busy with the names of those who are likely Ministry of War| Admiral de Rigny. Mi- qa, in Jackson County on the 24th ultimo sides by vacant. Land. Amount of Taxes, to be held at the City'of Pensacola. on the
i I to take office., Premising, therefore, nistry for Foreign Aflulrs! M. Titters,' MI- ALEXANDER A. BELLAMY Esq. Mr. W 40. 7 first Monday of April. next, I shall apply
n that nothing certain ia Known, we may niater of Interior T. timzot, Minister fbr JAYME FONTENAL.IA for the.'settlement of my accounts as the
j. neniwa that U Is rumored,' and almost ex- Public'Instruction t M. OncatH, Minister D emigrated about three )'ean.go. from ( (\ ACRES of 3d Land situated on Executrix of JOHN DE LA HUA, deceased
t peeled&I....: of Commerce ) M. Psi-MI' MinHter of Junt- North! :Carolina. ,. l Ofl U the west side of the Creek of In and move to be finally discharged.
(I Lord L.wbal'lltwiU be Lord Chancellor. ice ( M. Humann MloUter Finance. No -r Oo the 8th insL at bit residence, d jan pass, which empties into Bayou Te- MARGARITA LA RUA,
.i. J >8tr'Jitvesftcttlet,' Lord Chief, Baron, one it yat named. for the Marine Department lathe MM Couuty JAMES P. LOVE, xar and 3 3-4 mles N. N.W fern the cityof Oct. 10, 1834.. .11-8m Ex%.
I' '.. <.a f'M,,.,. )' which is to b*directed pro port Pensacola, bounded on the N. ,, 1 'r MtCftartes>t.. Button U l1" flcue&a1.. jy .Admiral jRlfay! [It .was reported! isI'aiisw Ea!;. The deceased had, for a,,;umber of i land surveyed for Fjraociceo Vidal on the ".. >
I it c>Bebeft,Peel, Chancellor of the Jb..i Wednesday that the new president years put,)u:1d: the office of Deputy Mar- :S. W. and 8.'.,.'J>y vacants Lands. Amount Samuel M. Smyth. )
\ clMQUer; Md leader:: of the Hovfseaf from of the Cilstneil. .'.the Duke de Treviso, hadroutgned hal for that part of the District, and was of Taxes 91 flO.I suit has beep com/neaced by writ :
.5. 5 .. Aftque.7 ..: t/J }. to and esteemed. I LORENZO YNACIO VITRIAN. THIS attachment returnable to the next I
nghly respected
f.f 1M4 .DlenbMpoYrgh, Foreign Secretary. ..Tit..EXtLOKD CHANCRLLOR.Cucir ACRES of 3d rate Land situated terra of the Superior Court for Escambia I
(.. f Mar oU of Chapdoa, r1r t Lord of ef or CttAAcBirr, Monday, Nor, 17.i.Ths ,t'i- -&' -At Marianna early In this. month I Q20 8 miles N. E. of the city of County. The diefeVidant and all oilier perM ",
4'1/Admiralty, w Court of Chancery was much lIIoreen"ded X;']5tTLLIJAM; T. KILDY, of Uchce'yltq. I fenaacok fronting to'the bay on the Eastside ,! interested are required to 'appear and .
i y;,. J Lord Pvwltfy", $feat of the Board of thou usual when the Lord Chancellor .jit4 formerly of the state of Georgia. .. bouBdcd, on the north by lands of plead to,the declaration. .
.'. .. Cmttroj.. f A tusk his seat at the usual hour. The rransiseo Touant and west by* vacant *'. DENJ D. WRIGHT for Plff.:
f 1 1 f I T o\\ of Rosalym". Lord Lieutenant. *Mre3rianrj'JlWinge Lord Chancellor, addressing time bar, sal jie Lands. Amount of Texts. 91 TJ 3-4. Sept. 13 No..27
.. >.found It neceaaaty, with a stew to the ,jPQfl T OF P EJ.&iCOU /' ,' JAMES L. GOREE. _
I .', $Secretary for"'IreEail business of time Court, to state that he was ..' #Hart si XntflUfirtur. ,No. 10 Mfert .on- Church Street Amount ttank. ,of Florida. ) TH18 suit hu beenvs. of ',
the of the Great Sc-al.-t! > commenced 2>y, writ
)Janli. (>n polm nvuig up of ) xes. $00 03 3-tV Samuel I
;' I .pf Aberdeen; Ambassador tot It would cither be seat fur; or he hlnntelt rrittd-i ; our. I B. R.-IERKB. ) attachmentreturnable 1
would give' it up in few>days. He said SO s 1iij f:, Rose in Bloom Ferres, Mobile. No. 26 1 lot on the Bay. Amount to tbe next lena'fll.the Superior Court for 4
;, ,.< othsey .;Lord' Munster, now ut order to remove all doubt could remain .fechr, Essex,*Cousins, Mobile: ,Taxes 800 0l. EncamUa County. The defendant and afl 9
: 1Jre' ) of India. on tba subject There was not the Brig Caroline, Martin Appalafehicola.Schr DANIEL STONE.No. other peroons interested' are reavlred to appear
'h, Master of the Horse. ,nut doubt. or hesitation 10'his, pua4 Creole, New Orleans Cargo to II 08 Ifct on.CUBA Street 160 I da on and plead to the erlanf1o {
i h.. rtItm, Atterner C.a ral. that the &'Calould go from his hands Uicbelet, Jerrison & F<4j r, & \the master. ntendenUa,8to. eC Amount of Taxes BEMJ.. D. WRIGHT- for'PW.
o .1S *4tvFolJi or Mr Pollock, Solicitor: is wwi as it H as postubto for him to discharge Drpartfd, WW08. .sMERCED. No.'n. Sept. II
,i .General. ., ... t what remained of his official business &br lletaer,Ilathorn, New Orleans, 10 VIDAL.No. NOTICE.."*'.
MrGoiulMMrnisUibe the eandldal for ". 110 had (said his 10nfl'l iP1 very emphanmaOy Ralea Cotton. lifer" Le Baron ; & 10 134 70 feet on Intendentia Street of administratJon ,the es
the SpieslRem'I"tbtir, a" the Standard lo- ) bean uttgrly' amazed, ...toG h- Bales, by John Campbell.Hrlf.V Amount, of Taxes $00 11 I 4. LETTERS & on deceased -
tlm tev" J&V if the reformed hoses of r< .. ed'aud Iustlgpaat afa4 party or )penonsluWUDlafttodftabt >'o, Livermore, Aupw aoltdols. ,- ESTATE OF X1MENES. have been ike. .nderalgaed; .1.:
",on. should' fusir to install him at the Uu aueK, was bit iqantfcuu Scbr. Chariotte Mack, Odean Fourapenson tho Suburb west of iII b ell'pct, indebted granted to. will ,
.e D.\.', ,rord. s>f command, an immediate Tiers was no fart.f bit public" 38,000 ft Lumber by J. Quin. I I day| oftensacola amount of taxes $00 03 snake i immediate Olll iosJbYetatt :\3'
,. divdutkr..tsitt be theconaequencel, Unttt if. *bicK'nu any individnal a right to Schf. Peru Johnston N. Orleans 3f, )Oft ,i-[* 11 imymtmj\ and these BI #
I Sir RM'"| feel shall return?the most hn- ,slander bim,...' suggesting a doubt .that (, Lumber by J. Qum.qdir.Elatteib.xi'or.ijth. I I'J \*. F. T. COMMYNS, bit them claims against the ...tags will preset within 'j,
M pct tangy qustws, however, as t* whet[}M ,under eel UWn lances like the present htBhjMliBot&eMUievtor N. Orleans'17I Tax collector for Escsmbia count the Una properly' authenticated and ,.
5soJ( UoaC ball take place, if at all,' not i iy >, UM eoqre be ought to peruei and. he- > y MICUELET,
j JYass' .. etesrIo'IAafmtreloa'e.tart .ai.lIpe.Me4Ja&L : tMoId gtee the December |2,1834.; Ma 40'Yt.n8tt.ohug ,
oyppfr .. up '_' NA YY AGENT'S6FF/CE. \I I
: .. \ ,t/Nero 21.'. groin[ .Ml iasUatij,.-BuiJMfras bound in ,{, .Dtu \ 1...,..., sag
l' Hh! est 1, h) ,flouoeQ.\;was this day justice to the suitors to reqjaw in office unUlbA LS, viU treiceivc183b1untilSa- Store.
'leaI .cJeDftI.be Great SeaJ to rae had the in' ,Ue situation tyetought 'HAMILTON ClKfOL Offer,hlis-r- "PROPOSALS DRUG :
td : : put : 31 t. inst at 12 'clock M. THE and MEDICINE STORM
lees to" Right.N1gnorable Jot Lord' Lyndh to be, aw.1a dairyo 'M'couldhurry riot HeiriUpWfum fitted
stl all for the delivery at tbe-lYa'Y Yard oC'aix now up in the red building
w'a'r UB n,the oath of.Lord High Choellorbf the cae site fbo ald-certainly ra- rAT ; aaetlll o'el'ltiun..in MsproieWM hundred bushels of Corn The opposite the Public Square:where at all
VUairlU proposals
1 !
,Orrat Brh m :vasfky kus *sJe.. win to .eve j dtn 9 ntla4he euespe bed insertedH 10 bet nbJeel to the appl'O-al4>1 the Com- times may be found a general anortmeotf
v t .!eoem sjid< Bdiolnktered to-,him! and heard\ The consequence of tilt not doing the best: wnher and>n&3ihe best mi.erta.LaJ IDand.nt 01 the Yard. DRUGS.MEDIPINES, PAINTS, OILS
I i Mrt.hlp took hitpla e-wt the board to.,would be in a greater oc teit' decree e..m' be- *feiijed. on at their BYRD C. W ILLIS. Nary Agent. md} DIE STUFFS.ALSO; '
fOhn".1,. 4 mtttu7' parties to the expense of a rehearng 4weiSIgs.IM
. t : \ 1.\1', N),. .- "NothlBghas yet been before his successor. He couW' manage CulliNL&0-) _sna !brie.dag' only at \]n\t\ hank of I'orida.NOTICE TONIC BiTTERSSwith Dr. A. CortOb -
' J detertts.iv4 i on respectiag u.,arrmtgementat tu get through those Judgments in th* ', COMPOUND MIXTURE, for that
ofta' \TwyAdmlaMratloayttd" however rvtpH pf three or. four days he couUaot Jiay., 24, t83l4&-tt: ia hereblllYtD, Thai an eke:, loathsome plague Ihe ,Fever and Ague
c'+ ine. 'uy.may be 4he sp cuis isns ra the however, harry them earlier,4" i tf.aBoune NQTIOE \ |Seven Directors of this Bank warranted to effect cure or the money tt- .
i t : f">.S<*f.'w< l hen die'stroajwt grounds for "oulJ be Inexpedwat.. the cause will beheld at the Banking house 10 the turned. The F.Itabll.hment, is la charge of t
\. ajs"rtt fetl.'no one earpertend to say wits are by t Friday ,par Satunjsy ) sat,it might' be this date, Twill apply to the honorable February next remitted attention to business,, to gain ashare
: ; earlier, be should five up' the gnt eaL: tdgfl '(If the County Court)T Ejeasrtaa ..rr ROMEO LEWIS Cahw. of public patronage.
themestare No power oa earth oho l1 induce him te County for an order to tell so much of the Tallahassee 8th January ln..td JOHN A. IlA Ctt'1
swan titftf (he'Puke *f,,W_ iunrton has remain in office longer, nnder" present heal esttte of Marianna Bonifiy deceassd, -.0":: The Editor of Gasette Nov.2Q Na 88
stepped I forward, and haa-voluaierad to oefUfj > circumstance lie had, thought it right ka win bo sufficient to par the.ebts doe .y FloBda herald, and Apalachicola Adve.., :
with his own person all the important thus pufcUcljr to declare lua intention, to i isJiTasUte. uer, will please insert the above netice uJm _It' aU..
poets of the! Ministry, and to maintain them put a top to the redicukma and absurd re- MARGARITA: DE LA RUA. thirty days, and forward their .
|(ait,IruanJ*. His Grace ia now rjecreia- porte_w4it:4 had gone shined.ttt .' JU\o=M83S-/d--4t. ETZ. payment. accounts for Executed





liaa 1J'it ( committed IA prison, where, being unabl t Me Lane'. answer to M. S rorKr'4 note. the not of the First Secretary of Hate 01 r *. TU Judge of the _tout fee
*i TV ) 1i.-a. to give !security for his appearance, h. re- I am directed' bv my InslructionN" to be!I of the Union in reply to the comnunica a. clerk, and the either of tVe Jbrttriee B
_8t'FURDAY., !JANUARY24IIH3y: named in custody until whiihm a few r'f I candid and explicit iu all my coiumunicalions. ., tiona of that Envoy I sincerely! aftXrted bj, would I seem, at the lint blush were all *-
XA "AL-The u. N. month. The plaintiff, at chore suit thi This course cannot, I am sure, bube ml t the confidence of the President in the toy, qually concerned tat this Mfarfoee bust-
p Sloop of War 8r, action was brought, is said to hue bret I M ':"risible to Hi. Majesty1 Government .Ity of Its promises. The moHmtkm oj f r ne... But the two former, on bctnf questioned
Lori, ruled from this port, on a rnil/' the father of the defendant, and it U averred ., u ft u to ray own Inclination I am I I Chief Magistrate! of the Republic of th e. In regard to the matters, frankly '
on Thursday last No change of officers that no steps were taken! on behalf: oj f r bound therefore m this spirit of frank. United: State i* a new testimonial of the! ou ned that they bad such unlimited eoon- t
T has taken) place, since her arrival. the prisoner to reduce the amount of the required -. knees, to dw are that, though the utmost r*.. nobleness of his character, and of the enlightened dente In the integrity of the accused, that
security or to obtain his release f it I liana 'in placed on the assurance of flu I principle by which hi* policy 'II they never doubted vpny, statement he
Our Territorial.tyairt |hair rereivrd the usual mllnnl'r-nr. if such steps wen, Mijestj's mmistrrsj and that not a doubt ieniertamrd I guided. He will continue, we doubt not,, made. The judge and clerk, oa pleelaf
t from Tallahassee; the annual rt''Ortof taken a veil of secrecy was carefully throw, of the sincerity of their desutUi to display in this business a spirit of who before them some of the paper above alluded
the Auditor over the whole transaction The deport. procure the mean vf extculuigihrlreaI dom, and reconciliation, well calculated to to, admitted that they hd never
Treasurer of the Terri- rut nt of the prisoner during blslong incarceration yet u doe not appear that they appreciate second our efforts, for uccesful termination known such person Il seems that Ihlt a*
Cor>', The Report of the Trei urer exhibits was cheerful, and he submitted 10 the importance of the subject at iu of the affair; and he must be well persuaded 'l'nl.nd the judge occupied the same room
a balance in the Treasury of KfJO 33._ the privations of his lot with unshaken for just value.-The obligation of the treaty U that the French Government as ilcomprehends u an office | the clerk, another room oq
The Auditor' Report *hewing the liUielt-. In Ihe tourlf' of the past summer, acknowledged( t II is confessed that the public tlic extent of it*engagements,, the same floor, separated from their only
amount .
of Revenue several gentlemen of wealth alltilltanding'lllllllt.ltlly faith is pledged for the pa) ment of sums will fulfil, them with thai good faith whichpresides by a narrow passage. In all .Initaace the
received luring: the year ending mine furs ard, and made the required due now for nearly three years I it i. over all its actions.. gent drew up the declaration of tHrl.lm.llta
SWthNov. last, gives no return from arrangement for his liberation, upon not denied thai the U. S. have, with fidelity I have the honor to be' sir with high consideration and after the applicant made r
the Tax Collector of this County. This requires the limits, and the captive emergedfrom and promptness executed their part ol your moot hUOIII\o\ and obedientservant. oath iflkihelrdeiUrtllon, they were 1.ld.-
h explanation. The present Collector his imprisonment of more lhann our the treatysndthaithey have shawmthe side. The agent, at particular period,
)('al't.low\ Ins wants were supplied whilein utmost forbearance and moderation, under DE. RIGNYWr would go Into the rlerk room with handle
was not appointed In tune to make his re prison Ir i not known, except perhaps to circumstances of a nature to create grmiexcitement. df paper*, and get them auiheaikated
turns before the date above mentioned one or two individuals ; but whatever hn In this stale of things nonie- frtytk la Mr. JVrmf$lotDiPAirwriT \ at his pleasure. This shamefully negligent
The return have, however, since been means of support may have been while thing more would seem to b* required than : op STATE, ) conduct of the officer of the court h I ascribed .j
made. Iti il not a little remarkable! thatthiscitv there would seem that they wire: withdnvv the general assurances, that toe earliest JJ'a.eAi.oh, (VAvTnt>tr, 1834 iR. to ill great confidence which they re- f
n on his liberation, for after vainly attempting day would be taken satisfy the demands .-Your despatches. and those of Mr. posed the integrity of the agent.-But .It '
has paid a larger amolllllnf' Auction to procure a MibuMencc (by the of justice, and redeem the kiedged faith flf Raton, to Number, inclusively, have appear tome, that such indifference a* to
Tat, thin the whole Territory beetde.Tii exercise. of .,)' atuiinments' the the nation. It might be expectrd that the been received vith copies of your >*orrrspoiKlriice the manner of discharging a high official
VearMiiaaoi-LeoLroking ) oung Englishman: embarked in an humble personal convenience ft the members of with the Government r>t France trust, betrays a want of proper qualifications
: New bark branch of mechanical industry, in the prosecution the legislature, or even some degree of n*. of the?th of August, on the subject oftheInaty for ofttce.\ and I i. but little" reprehensible
Moon our editorial account current fur the of which he wa more successful tional interest, ought to give way to the of the 4ih of July, 1831 I have the than I If they had been accetaariee
past l year, we find ourselves more largely A few weeks: mine, while busily employednt strong exigencies of such a case. It Prrsident's direction lo express his approbation in the agutl' guilt
indebted tollim invaluable his trade, he received a letter informing not escape the olMervMitm j our : /'all'j of jr>nr conduct, hill regret at the
publication than him of tin death of his father, by which event leiuy, that, in a certain w.lution IJ I disposition' that has rendered temporary 1 TUB NEW NAYr BILL
to Any other. Happily such debts u that lie became entitled to baronetcy, and question, ulterior consideration nu)' arise al",-enM from Paris nrrr. which we hive contracted with tin- Mirror, un estate vii ten thousniid pounds sterling which will five additional grll\ may au I that a aja'rely restoration lo !health will hateenabled The follow ing are the prolllob.11 the
New Navy Bill, a* passed! la the Committee ;
M the ht'li this the
are not pl'I'Ied to lie I liquidated, othcrw! of the hole the
w on slate of the Unloa and
riarhtd 1 him he I have submitted these rtJWlions ,
was engaged! in in order tin conimunlralion cnn reach France. It i
hud our been e.ise of hopcltss Itnnk. fulfilling large onler in his lime ol business that nothing may lie omitted on niy Is especially desirable that yon should be 1 reported tu the I louse of Representative
neptey the very opening of our shop for a country merchant, and it is said part, to show the light III which this mat in Pari-s that the Ciovernmvnt of the I'm to lit concurred in by the representative of
door But, in that spirit of good faith, in that without displaying! any excitement at ter is viewed by ray Goverumeni [ and in ted Water may be apprised, at the earliest the people. Ill ia to I be hoped that It will
which the ruined tradesman confesses his his unexpected pixxl fortune, he quietly the hope that a reconsideration of the circumstance possible hour, not only of the final deter meet with no delay, that our, gallant navy
piss that teward liu
wbkb been
the Utter in his pot ket, wenton with may produce a different result, mmationiif the question of appropriatingthe may get to
debt, though unable to pay even a penn work, and until the order was completed and enable me to inform the Prsident, thai funds for the execution or the treaty, lung withheld' from It.lo I
,.1 in the pound!, we cheerfully acknowledge! made no change in Ins habits or arrangements His Mj.sty'. Government have decided I but of every Indication of opinion relative the Senior Captain when In service,
our ohli alions. At the same time, we That done, however, he closed his hat the importance of this case will justify thereto in the administration, or in theLegislative '! 84501)! per annum-on I leave of abaeence or t
i2 should I shop, wound up his rOlll''rnlml'thodit'lll1'alled them in making an exception in iu favor to Chambers. waiting. order, $3800.
out be
perhaps! doing the fullest
To other
captain cenmandlng rqnafl-
/ in all his debt, sad w e are informed the ordinary course of proceeding, and thai It is not the wish of Ihe President that j
justice in our power, were we not to add, m now on bill way w England, to posses it will be submitted to the Legislature, at you should urge again ihe propriety of a eons, coast stations, and acting .. Navy
that the :Mirror, take it for all in all" is himself of his inheritance. These are the such an early day, a* may enable the I'rel- called session of the Chambers. Ills just Commissioners, M300-on other d ty ,
what it claims to be, the oldest, cheapest, facts of the case, so fur a* they have be- ident tn announce, that Ins confidence in expeclatiutiahasebcen( : made known and &:r.lIO-vn lOin utabeence or waiting or-
.'j and best kind come known even to the few who are at all the justice of lli$ French nation has been disregarded He has been disappointed. den Pw
publication" of the III the U Commandant
Master on theses service
with the Other circumstances the
acquainted matter. justified by event The causes assigned by ('mint de Higny are
States or perhaps, in the world. There of a still more extraordinary character I pray you Excellency to receive the renewed not satisfactory to him. The President did: $2.011on other duly IpUUO- leave of ,

I is, in all lU original articles a freshness, a'' are suggested/ in explanation of the assurance, &c not rely on M Serurier' assurances of therfuriNMifiVm absence or waiting orders $1600. \
r. raciness, that cronies hi the mind Bated with mystery, betas these, however plausible, ED. LIVINC8TON.TSANHLA of the administration of Franceto Lieutenant other when commanding ordenor, f 1800on F:
the hackneyed of appear to rest only in conjecture, we do [ 'rwN.J hasten, by all constilutional means, thepresentation duty BOOwaiting Jf
common plate subject leave of absence 81300.
authorised them PARIS 7th I KM.. .
not feel to repeal Aug. of the law to the new Chambers -
the day, as. the dewy fragrance of a spring Cwt the HtpnytoAlr.Avingtlon: -he relied the solemn assurance Surgeon, first five year 81000 next I
morning falls. on the senses of the traveller. Tilt UNITED: STATES: AND FRANCE Nia I have received the letter with eif the Minister or upon France; that It was ihe years 8 1' 0-next S )'an 81400( -next 1

'fhe contributions of Will and Fay, which t'ftrnrtu front Correspondence bttueen which you honored me or. the 4th instant, intrn'itm of administration to use all constitutional years 8lr.oo-lIntt"'arda. when 818UO-an .increase
011. of the above under
tkr'Miniiiteri the United States cadPrance in a I si. While ohden
of reply tomineofiuly you effort for that object-an intention ,
fill so l Urge a portion of each number of the for land "n'lee-oll.llor tea service
coinmunicatfd by the President acknowledge (appreciex) the sincere assurance it seem, not to be executed, until the
Mirror, combine all the charms of poetry of the I'nitfd Stale to IheJIuutfitentatiret lfepa I which I had the huppmes again to exercise of the constitutional power of the 1-2 as fleet surgeon.

with the solid advantages of prose The Dec. 17M, 1KM..Mr : I express to you, that it was the intention ol King, in that regard, is entirely compatible Assistant burgeons Under order, fTMat :
$l>5i>-wnen (having !
sea qualified
f grave maxims of philosophy and the sage I the King's Government to spare no effort with the personal convenience of ;. ,Von
passed examination) |800-at *e* 81200-
'." linntton tn aunt de /tiimy.LKOATION toward producing an entire and satisfactory the individuals composing the Legislative
result of experience, the rich treasures of shore station & eO-sftcr being pawed "
UNITED h; conclusion of the affair/ of the
I or THE TAi r*, Treaty branch of the Government. Personal' conlenience -
II.t' literature and the solemn truths religion, Paru, Aug. 3, IKM.: signed on the 4th of July, 1831: you seem public functionaries mutt regard, onshore It.llon.11211O. service i
vessel for
are so intermingled with their felicitous SIR : I have the honor to acknowledgethe ur, to fear that the President of the United when duty squires ihe performance oran PurllC'r.-Attac'bnd to a ,
or et a Navy Yard 81400-on leave of ab
I descriptions frtm abroad, that he \I lao sits receipt of your Kuillency's letter of State might not And in those same assurances actofjustice. In construing M. Herurier'. order
J; the 31st' July, in answer to mine of the confirmation of that which His Majesty's note of the 6th of June last, it is by substituting sensor waiting $000. Yard. I
doII to rend them for amusement, can 25th and 2'Jth of the same month. When Minister iu ahuigum made, in disposition for intention that the Chapl.lna Service Nsvy
scarcely fad to get up, a wwer and a I better this ojnmumcation shall )be submitted to his note of the 5th of June; respecting the Count d* Itigny enabled topenuadehim- $1200-waiting orders or on Irate of absence +t
man Nor is the ltf'nioreditor lens entitledto the President, he will doubtless be gratifl- period at which the pm jest d. lei fur the self that there is nothing the course prescribed san
ed the renewed contain of execution of he Convention would be Professors of Mathematici yard or !
at assurance it a I again to itself by the Government "f
the gratitude of the friends of American.
sincere desire to procure a tpocdy and faith- presented to the (;hambtr*. On reading over France Inconsistent with those declaration on sea service &12UD. {
literature and the arts. The last! numberof ful execution, on the part of France, of the Mr. Soruner' note, I am unable, I contained in it, upon which the President Hex reuru**to Commander ofBquidroM i
the year 1834, i* entirely original and stipulations; contained in the treaty Uut confess, to find in it any engagement or took upon himself this high responsibility at si a $1000-!in other station $900.
1 contains a handsome engraving' upon| a I cannot, and ought not in candor to conceal expression which i I. at variance with what omitting immediately to communicate 10 Sailing Master*-of a 74 *t sea 81100
that he will feel I have had the honor to ouiinunicate to other dune 81tW-on leave of abseoce or
the' Chamber
in) pcisuasion, great Congress the rejection by oLV
steel of the house Bt New
f plate, burgh, in uniting orders ST.KI.
j and when he look in mvself.
surprise! regret, vain you 'putws of the law appropriating funds for
I !J which Washington; held his head quarters I in that ommunitation fore repetition of the 1'beKlng'l Minister at Washington had the execution of the Treaty, and to recommend sond )I..tri-ror sea fr50-on other I
duties $50f>-on leave of absence or wailing
i assurances given by M N'rurier, a* to the certainly said nothing in consistent with i at the same time to tnal body the,
How like a person sitting in a tight time at which the law for executing the truth, w hen he spoke of our disMMition| lo measures, In his judgement, proper to I* orders $4U ;
room-a warm fire blazing before him- treaty will be submitted to the Chambers. do all that the Constitution would permit, adopted on that moat unexpected event. It .--.I Midshipmen for sea service $000 1
will be the because in order to hasten be period for the -on other duties 8600 leave of absence tor
l': the children all gone to sleep-wife sittingon This disappointment greater, presentation may not be inexpedient, before the assembling orders 8400.
in my note of the Wth, 1 drew the of the rejected bilL But you are aware of the next Legislature, to make walling
the other side of the uidlr-stand, silently that the execution of ibis subordinate Masters Mates-for sea service or yard
attention of your Kxu: llency to that subject plan i* Count de Kigny sensible of the source of
I engaged in the pious duty of refitting,, by a quotation from the letter of M to cuiimderation not to be lost the error into which he ha fallen i and that $430-on leave of absence or wetting orders

for the neat day's use, the torn garmentsof Seruricr to the Secretary of Kate, which light of for the sake of the very end which the President could not, without disregarding WUO. amice

the young hopes of the house-while sell the President will naturalily think, required both Government are anxious to attain ;; the plain import of simple langnge, Mldshlproen-For other duties pao-tea.the eea. of aheeaee 8400 '
particular notice. As the extent of this and Mr. Seruner cannot hate meant anything have anticipated the course that has be*'n -on s \\
13 poring over the debates in Congress or engagement; of his Majesty's Minister ItWa'hington else in the part of bill note, which has decided upon. or w.ltln.rd... 80.
the last new novel, and the north wind Is does not seem to be appreciated thus been particularly regarded at Vi ashington leaving the whole matter lo the increased ClmeToNaY'.rdt rat clerk t:
whistling without-In short, ,bow snug and the effects/ produced may ,, (dont on a cru devoir prendre ache responsibility of France the President to commandant ofysrd $000-**cond ditto '

and comfortable one feels, on the sunny not be fully known, it will l be proper that I i' a Washington) You know sir, the motives will place the subject in its just} light: before 8700-clerk to, captain(Junn,,. sea Carpentere 8400.Doalrwalna an4daiimaker' '
should enter into some developement of which would! prevent the presentation to Congress at the opening of the session, and
and snow less side of the' 31st degree of oolh.'our Excellency is doubtless aware the Chambers of the project de In respecting await with tranquil confidence the result of ofa74-at sea 8700-Frigate

north latitude, on reading such accounts of the eircumstanre, that despatches an the Convention of 1831, during theSession the action of the letulative funetionine of 8000-oa other dutlea. fc&OuWe leave .(
I see the following, nouneing the rejection of the law arrivedin which will be immediately prorogued. France and of the United Bute. absence orwaWDfor *89fl0.

From the RaltiiiMre Americanrc.3Uf.. the United State in the' ira week in I Reason equally peremptory, and lam, jour obedient servant, GENERAL PROVINONa-Oflcert
May, but those despatches also stated, that equally clear, would forbid assembling the JOHN FORSYTH.fitport temporarily performing duties belonging
The fall of mow, of which we made a fast-sailing vessel would be sent with instructions I Chambers before Winter, for the special lo those of a.higher grade, bill rtcehe too '

1 mention yesterday III, ? the deepestthat to M Serurier, to make some explanations purpose of voting on this. question, and it I A/ the Ca miui hashappened/ for some years past on the subject. In ordinary canes II M with regret I repeat, Diet we End ourselves .-The report vf J. L. Edward Can actually so employtd.
From ten on Sunday night until one on it would have been deemed a duty 'in unable to accede to abe desire of the miswonerof Pensions to the Secretary of No offieer shall be put on ftmovga ex-
1 Monday afternoon, the fall wa incessant, the President to have informed Congressof i President of the United States on this point lfuontheoubjectof Pension, devtlope MptalhlinwnreqqelndsDonVra009furlough | l
and from that period until a late hour of change which this refusal of the Chambers I But, be Iheimposalbtllly lty keeping the a system of fraud. praetied on the go* shall receive two fhlrtsof- the pey, .
Monday night it still continued to descend, wo calculated to produce in the relation Chamber together at a time of a year, during mmeot almost without parallel In the allowed to k.ve of kbtrace.
with occasional- (intermission The average between the two countries. But he which parliamentary labor are habit- history of such proceedings. The most An Assistant Hnrgeon, having been .bo" ,
f4 depth yesterday morning could not ,wu anxious to prevent any measure that nallv suspended, and when the deputies a!- Iniquitous transaction says the.Report, sent ..o duty wbenotherof bi" date were
have been less than twenty inches, and might increase the irritation naturally fell ready appear impatK-nt to return to their Iurebet-adboiered10have been perpetrated examined, shall If not rejected at a tube- *)
some person have estimated It at two feel. by the nation, and the Minister of France home, there another consideration more by men of high standing, whore official quest cxBiuiniiion" be entilled'ja the MM '>:
The temperature on Monday wa moderate, wa assured! that no mesragewould be sent particularly applying to tbeTrealy of 1831, station and respectability! placed them rank with them, and U from any ,*.... We.
and yesterday it wa quite mild and calm i to Congress until the arrival of his(instructions the importance of which, t'lMo'lIa\1 escaped far above suspicion, and who have taken relative rank cannot be aanfenet t. him, U'
The side of the streets were banked with ply an unusually 'long passage, these your attention. Placed. you are advantage of the food character they have will retain ham original position oa the ref-
now yesterday to the height of Mir or five 'did not arrive until month after the rejec- in a situation to judge of "cry dung here ustalned to practise some of the most daring Inter ..
feet, and but little out_ door business was tion of the law had been known in the United which could have relation to the question, frauds. In sonic Instance, proseru- Only I one ration per dy allowed lo any .,
done in of the difficulty of have been convinced with what officer when .,tuae40 veaaele for sea sea
consequence Stale* t and finally, the 3d of June, you must tioua have bee successful and terminated:
passage to carnage.. of burden Passenger M. herurier-made the promised- explanation circumspection( (management) it hu to in the confinement of toe criminals InMate vice.The
t. along th! foot way were occasionally and gate the assurance to which I be treated before the Legislature, and the prisons j hi Other ease, they have f'OI8pt11aatioq above specified, auQ
threatened with an avalanche from a slate I once more (pray)'our Excellency's particular public ; and your own observation on this fled from justice., In e\'try cat here, on be In full!, fur par" and ubtbumee,aad tot tall
roof, and one unlucky ,Ight, we are told, attention. "Le Government du Itoi," point must have enabled )onto appreciatethe account of the rolvp.cy of tb* party there allowance IB lira of cabin malt,,. t.
>v u literally, buried beuealh one of these I (aayshe) "y fera. Monsieur, tout son loyal system of prudence and procrantiiauonadjovrmnrnt was a prospect recovering money improperly commanders of reel and aqvaeroae, .
suddenly'descending mame Ho was dugout I et Con tltutiom..l et ;out ce qua sapeneveranU ( ) which the !King'. Government paid a suit nu been commenced. and for all. aHowaaeee i. oOceri atlaehea of
however,'without having sustained aFioia ) effort e la justice et des bad prescribed for itself. These precaution The Report goes on to relate the following 10 Nary Yard, or rasployed OBJ 17 stare
ray jftjfJr)', avantage mutuel da trails \'OUIjtorl.MD' ire equally h rCI'W1-.nd properat eases of fraudulent conduct In certain duty except fur detention sad rapfoymeoton
a attend de lui. intention fit, outre,;tie present, and w itnout entering here into character and gross negligence In efflclslpenouge special service, for house real or chamber
I the New Yvrklllirror, faire tout ce que noire Constitution perrnet; detail, the want of which your own penetratinG *. money where quarter or public aceOavmodaUon
1 A"mytterioHt affair.-\ circumstance oc- pour npprocber que possible I'epoque de may easily supply it I* to be doubted ft ha been ascertained that papers piavt art ,ax* provided, and Missed p
cured in this". eitj, some four or Jh'e'Ul'J U presentation nouvtDe de la lot rejetls.."It I must say whtiher in the actual ute ben presented alibiDepartment purporting voder orden,, for which 10 real*. per' 'nUe. / '
ago die detail of which are remarkable. cannot have escaped jour attention, sir, of things an untimely (anticipc-c) assembling to contain proof of Revolutionary' aervire shall U allowed. ., .
*u C.r.. they are known, and Late given that the only ,,limitation designated for of the Chamber for the purpose ofsecuring taken in on Court, and duly certified From the pay of commission Bd- warniao&tnlTtttiQ .
ne to a multitude tonjttture and hypothetical the presentation of the law, u that prescribed by their assent ejecution of the by him when, III fact, the person In beeomeejne, the rBecreiaryoVfheTreaMirr
explanation of a still more starling by the Constitution.-The words' Treaty of 1831, would product those advantage whose twh.'f' the claims were made, never' le directed U.
and wonderful character: Out a few of are express : "Every thing permitted by which areat"Wahm(1on| pined( bad any but an Imaginary exlstencf. In deduct per Mat, audio pry the camel
the leading fact in the case have transpired the Constitution i I. to be done to hasten the from such a course.After the**explanation*, loins instances U. claim have been ad the Secretary 01 "e Navy tat 14 Krry\
and these, it must be confused, are of period of presenting the law, at the preparatory in wblcb your Government will, 1 flatter milted, and money has teen raid. In COIIJ II.JoUn, u. fund ,Lit e .'
sues a nature, h to lead irresistibly to the session, note, U w would appear, we; myself, discover a* much frankness a* other cases, money has been paid to a period wlih other ooaiee for the reJW .. ,1M"wicklw. :
belief that ouch yet remains untold. The entertained, that the charter would permit there is I in the rommuaieatkm* which it hu after the time w ben: the pensioners died *, tb kisses, widowed mothers MuuaMTrttd
circumstance, so far a* they have come to the convocation of the Chsnihi.. at a day'II instructed you lo make, (prt< our know ledge, are briefly these; about the early enough to convey the result of their] peat that, M soon as the Cbamtx-rs can be was effected by meson of falsifylni the cer warraat ofteen.ThePisuibvtIceiofprlMKOBeir.
tim mentioned, young Englishman, of deliberation to the President, btforeh, assembled,jirojett At lui w hich they discussed tifieateeof a clerk of a covrt of ,record. to din ;
ftngnlarif elegant appearance and man- meeting of Congress It was thus that in their last Session will be one of the The person who made these disc' rertiAeatea ,Offlcerv aeame*, taM martMe. the Navy
nan, armed in New-1'ark by one of the1i promise of M. Serurier wa understood si I first soblecu) presented to them t and this wa agent for a great lumber of laW-.ner.. ia proportioei to tes pay
firerpoolpacketi. H1* appointment indicated \ashlngton, and the President acted Upon new delay, t hope, will be far from bju- claimants and had free see se lo the Peal eCe.ch officer, seamen an a'taruca, f.epccuvely. t
,1 the poMetsu'n of .wealth, and hit thi understanding of it, when he made ll! rill' the prospect of Micce** of *n .ff alr In of the court The clerk, on occasloaamxed -
i dportineutand language: were tightly aceomplithed. the basis of hill resolution to forbear any 'ablchtime assistance of tune bas already tie signature and seal to blank, ---- .: i
A few week after his arrival communication to Congress at the then I been 1JteIuUla.okt'4. leaving them to be filled up a*they might be ". wiioae heart .. great)} grieved takee .
tie wa arrested for debt, the amount 'laid seMO. This resolution and Ibis moti"1 I The King's Government, wbub ha lost required. These papers fell Into the band bus. bet comfort, *he. he lade tiny%t lament
in the writ being exceedingly large and; fur it, are unequivocally expressed received., with )fro hrnmer'* dispatrhra of this agent, and he used them for his owe his ...



rr I I s j

t to ghc This work then, fi* will be seen by the well u ever, and says If my will give themselves .
'' known to the public,
were made the trouble she is ready to f
CHAMBERS EDLNDURGH; JOUR satisfaction to those s ho ha f' made' above' explanation of its probable characIcr ) tbe '
: PEN ACOLA 'GAZETTE.7ANUARY WUbara Chambers, Au- general tDA/tt obtained g.aniae but i I. particularly designed u a companion truth.
Ihor'b//, "''Mebovknf &>tlaml," and by use of them for the .. well .1 for the patrons of the Turf, the Drama Elizabeth James, July 20, 1744.
247T833. Robert Chamber,author of"Life and Ad- it is i unfortunate of this celebrated medicine Sporting, the Fashion, Ac, &c. It will Edward Parker had a violent cold, andit
: Ckeialur Charltn Stuart ", to the proprietor of facts turned torheumutism, and as he thought !
The; UAZITTB will be Issued every Pat tenturetoft\e that these Pill have often been counterfitM prove, also.-u all its publication
Tradition "Picture of Record of Reference with the great pair that hew a* in, that he
ad of tidintfirgfi, had will be authentic,-a ready I
i i tmiay Evening, at i t>3 W: per annum, in end many families have ..
.! I Scotland ft". for Gentlemen end could not Ine for want of air and was
Travelling ,
1 vance 94 payable at the end of six months, them vhen they '
i November f the mfwrriher had upon hotel advised to take Ur Bateman': Drop, and
On Saturday, be in
nr$3 payable at the expiration of the year, obtained the genuine should consequently kept every
| commenced of" CHAMBERS'hDINUUROHJOLKNAL. Kiipposed got such epee by them, that he nttr"nil
publication btates. It Is notice
fait Ihlt'OI.JI'1t In the United worthy
the of tho subscriber. is lamentable
at and it a ,
option article, It his life in he
: : 'Ihi the like any cut lock
AovErrwEMENT inserted at the rate of ,; will purchase the spuwAis that its patrons, in the course of one

I; /" ..ne dollar for every fourteen lines(orteas,) work was commenced by the Messrs. article Druggists, (knowing them to be such,) year, will be furnished with fiftj-two hipular'laysendFarceshe before and I live in Kont street, bomb-
Kt2 walk.
Chambers in and in '
for the first, and /fifty cents for every con- February, acomparstnily and sell them as the ffnuine article, for price of v. Edward Parker. July 21 1760.
short time obtained a tir: of book stores wouldbe ,
at our ,
l.inu"u"ubll6quf'nt In.ertion.D1i131UrIJi13sW13. of two or three dollars on separately, any
dilation exceeding 60,0X1' cupiex. The the paltry gain The proprietor at least THIRTEEN Douu..1! Here there John Williams of Guilford, in Surry,

Journal contains, consistently with the each grove valuable they medicine purchase. considers! if his is an absolute saving often dollars ,in the was about nine months afflicted with the t
greatest simplicity of style, and the utmost of this ex- purchase of a well-stored Dramatic Libn gout rheumatism, to that degree, that he f
the to at a very great
I t, Manaonouftfc purity of diction, a large "variety of pieces duty to advertising public extensively in ry-to be had for an unprecedented smell was not able to moo t hand or foot i he having t
in each number, all calculated cither to enlarge rHiiwin" very 1 I-not into consideration the Len to three and finding la.
I A** Penfantla Stage Office, BlaketyA.) the newspaper of the different States, to sum taking hospitals
Establishment M now In a condi- the Intellect, or to improve the heart. being longer Imposed multiplied variety which is to accompanit tie or no relief as persuaded (ty
TillS to accommodate Traveller as agresbly There are frequently contained within the guard against covnteifeit or spurious without additional charge I Tailors whdesire I friend of Ins)to try Dr. Balunn' I rcro, .'
limits of one a of generalor upon by which he did, and by the blessing if Gtd;
heretofore. The Stage Office summitry them, when they ask to early and correct Information ,
Pills procure
hiaWry Li-c's put upon
for traveller from Moblje to Prn acola and particular an historical or moral for the genuine article. In order that the ot the changes in Dress will find at tins time is free from pain, and sis re. .
p tale description of som popular would not be ithout a Lottie of Drops by
eastward i I. now kept at thin House. Th* community may be protected from such! this an invaluable guide.
aCl'omrnooo11I'Jn. will baas extensive u the ancient custom with Itt origin, a biogra Imposition, the subscriber (now proprietor TUB GENTLEMEN'' VAne: Meets, & '. vi III him on any account.
comfort of Traveller may require. plural notice ollOm" eminent man, an intercMting gross of these celebrated Pills) signs his be published every Saturday, on fine imperial ( JohnUilliams. Jul)' 21, 17 O.

J W. I* SIMMONI9 extract from an intelligent traw'I- name at full length, "Iiaae Thompson,"on paper, of the largest. class, al three dol- This is to certify, whom it may concern,

Blakely Janv. 3d. 183044.- her, hints on emigration or forming settle red label that is on the outside envelope I lars per annum, PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE. that sometime since, I Thomas Smith, was
j -" inputs, a popular account of some medical that will be found around each box of the.. By enclosing a FIVE DOLLAR NOTE to the afflicted with such a bad cough, that I believe -

VttvUenA. experience, aducovery, an indention oran genuine Left (Windham) Bilious Pill publishers, postage paid two copies of the for about fh e weeks could never lie
improvement in arts! a description of an Ph ,ie. If purchasers will only paper will be forwarded to any direct down in my. bed, or get half an hour's sleep
J DANK OF PENSACOLA ha ancient or some other of anliqui. or Family wiihtut being disturbed by the
TilE city, point be to Inquire for Thampson'LeV ordered, for one year It is respectful! in a night
t'l I Dividend of 4 per cent ly, interesting anecdote., nrevtd ub<<
from it* operations<< for six month endingDecember and reflections, points in natural history his at, full length is signed on the red for this Journal will forward their name of fir Butt mutig,,}rope, as prescribed, the
\ 81, 183& Those rntitled to receive IMIIUC account ofa modern city,its inhabitants label name around each box, in his own handwriting immediately-the terms ill be strictly ad- cough entirely It'Pfhtc the first night I tookit
I dividends are requested to make application manners, &c with sundry vari be of obtaining the hered toAddress and .l slept! very sound for five or six
will sure
for the tame personally or by cries, all relieving each' other, and no part they article. SMITH & ALEXANDER, ATHENIAN hours, and when awaked, I found m)ide

.t proxy at the Dank Catkur. being either vapid or useless. genuine The above mentioned Pills may be had of BlILDINGB, J'RANK LIN PLACE, PHIL in sweat perfectly fre from any sit}t ere
JAMES CATLIN, The editors themselves have long been throughout as before, and now I am is well us ever:
I hUW-<<-2t.I in the world of letters and most of the respectable Druggists ADELPHIA.
I Jany. distinguished the United States, and of the tubscr at \\lutrchapel, London, from yours
besides their personal exertions, they give her (proprietor,) at New London, Con- be had at the PENSACOLA T. Smith.
NOTICE.All ample occupation to other men of learning, nccticut. ISAAC THOfPSOS.Ge.nte.Uan'S MAY STORE, Palafox Street, William Mallet, of the tame parish, was
persons concerned are desired to Uke so that this publication does not come be- Doct Bateman's genuine Pectoral Drops., for a long tune afflicted with the Rtieima-
y,, notice, that by Deed of Transfer dated fore the world as a collection of articles iMecum -Innumerable instances might be given of tiara, and having hud the advice of rev ml

Nosember2fiIS34: all ray debt .nd de- compiled or extracted from other printed Vade their happy: effects and power, of which not able physicians, could get no case, till I

( mjlt, due by note, or by book account, matter but contains, mainly, original articles Embracing Dramatic Lltf'rature-Sporting one in a hundred can millS of an immediate was persuaded to try Dr atfman'. drips, rand

;i or eitlwrwlse, and whether payable to A. in its own columns, lu characteristic -the Turf Fashions and various subject cure, in caws of Agues,. Fevers, Fluxes, found more benefit in one bottle or two
( .A.I. Jackson and Co. to Jackson andNorris merits may be shortly summed up- as of interest and amusement. Aithmas, Coughs, Colds, RheumatiamGout than ever I had done before, and am flOW'

'., ; or to the subscriber individually,, i follows About the first of January, 1830, will be I Stone, t hoi ic, Gravel,&c&c. as well as ever I war in my life. )
L have been transferred to Artima Stone. I The matter is extremely varied,-it is altogether commenced in PHILADELPHIA>> a new per Hyer's PiIIs.-The unparallelled success William Mallet) Auguts 14, 1740.

All those Indebted to me will therefore alt I devoted to subjects useful, or rationnlly odical, bearing the above comprehensive ti- which has attended the use of these Pill, John Thomas, of \ ork, haviig teen afflicted

t Iff the aid date make payment to the said entertaining to the world,, at large, tie Its contents will be carefully adaptedto <<: for the period that they have now been before above time seven years with the t' ,I,)

5 Stone, or to his agents lawfully authored: -it'fs clothed with simplicity..t perspicuity the vantf of that portion ,of the public the public, is the surest pledge that rheumatism, in that degree that lie lost the .

ALDEN A. M. JACKSOV. of langnigc,-lU morals !re,sq nd, & who patronize DRAMATIC! LITEKATCRE, the 'can possibly be given of their highly value use of his limbs and bt ing persuaded by a "

j, NOT. 20. IBM religion pure, and it come* V-olm the Tear, SPORTING, and the FASHIOK From As a Medecme for genera particular friend to take Mime of Dr. Data ;
means of the most humble claw of readers the grow'ing wealth and increasing population application, in purifying the Blood, and man's Pectoral Drops, and after taking two i 1

This work will published every-Saturday of the United States, and the near assimilation producing a health)' action through the entire bottles! he had the use of his limb a* well I

4d commencing with the 2d volume of of the national appetite with range of the System, the l'roprietoreballengel ,
the original work. Each No. will contain whatever promotes the rational Recreations successful competition. It is at i ever.Tho son's Lee's Genuine (\N indham)

:'t : eight pages royal quarto, on good paper, of Life it is presumed that this Jour- once the safes cheapest and irildett, ai Bilious Pills or family medccinc-In all
1+ ; l Subscriber would Inform Ma CUR and new tyjie nal -poHseiwmg. as the projector of it will, well as most rf/ertual in the world. In any cases of obstructions they act as a mild and

f ,; T tomes and friend aenerallY'r.that he 're"n.I.00 per annum In advance, or ample means to diversify its pages, and t a little romp aint of the Stomach or Bowels : speedy purge and will be fJUJld'fry convenient 1
has established himself B(' '41- three cents per No on delivery, and in determination render them subservient to or of the head, &c. one, two or three physic for families as they:: may

NEW in PensacoU, and has removed from monthly parts containing four numbers! the formation of a correct taste in al of No. 2 Pills! taken on retiring at night, I safely be given to children and will rieedily -
I the old stand of leering & Lcvett to Dank neatly stitched in a printed cover, 12 cent. matters relating to its\ design,-canno give sound sleep and restore the healthy relieve them from obstructions in the
; Building, where be intends keeping a good>> Communications (post paid) to be addressed fail to meet with a liberal and creditable! tone of the body. These Pills have been !I first passages which are generally the cause

: and extensive! assortment of BOOTH, In support from an enlightened community i In found eminently useful in the following, among of disturbed sleep, with pains and a fever t.
MUNROES. DROGANS. PUMPS, &e. &c. R. J. RICHARDS, 4SAnn stree quarter of the country-'1'he difficu other Complaints, vir. Quinsy,, Ish habit ; seamen and travellers, will find

far Ladies, Gentlemen, MuMes. Mailers and New York.Any ever sketching out Mich a plan as might be Dyspepov, Headache, Cough, Catarrh, Co them deserving a place in there stores as
: Children. Which will be sold at the general person obtaining five subscribers fancifully strewed with any' of the charmsof lie, Cholera, Bilious Colic, Gravel, Piles, they may be taken without any' mttrctption ]

: ) New Yok prices by the Package single and paying/ advance, will be entitled to a novelty to ensure it popularity and encouragement Jaundice, Consumption, the various das to busmevs, or danger ofClalll'li'tflldThe -

bk-J dozen. or Pairs{ eighty Travelling Trunks sixth! copy hiss been nut the least embar 'sesof Fevers, Fever and Ague, Scrofula,, mestmable virtues of these pills, are !t
and Cases, containing Six Thousand Pair Agents wanted to obtain subscribers to racing obstacle which the projectors of Syphilis, Palpitation of the Heart, Rheumatism well known throughout tie/ luted ;;
more or I less, DOW on hand, consisting! of the above work. Apply at 45 Ann street this work had to surmount in its inception. &e. &c Numbers hate already Slates and \\rstlndire, to need any

almost eeryartlc1e ,usually kept In Shoe from. 0 to 11. A. M. Feeling confidently assured however, that testified to their astonishing powers in the particular description of them in an advertisement 3,!

"i stores at the North, from a French Slipper to ""- its\ success is certain, when its character becomes cure of Disease, and new idt'ncu! are ; suffice it to say there is to: family
coarse Brogan. Purchasers of the above TO HooTflCKN MERCHANTS.-BUY- properly known, they have already constantly arising The use of a .Ingle! medicine now extant, that is found so
f, articles are respectfully Invited to t'aUan.} .' & BOYD, 157 Pearl street, NEW incurred considerable expense In fotmincorrespondents Dollar Package will in most cases convince universally used ; and the unparallelltd demand -
' Stock and Prices for (turn, YIWK. are now receiving a very extensive! oterthe Union and hat curative ,
examine the ; a patient of their great properties for them from all Quarters, ard the
Scotch German
of British Irish.
I selves ? JOSEPHS. LEVEI. assortment r also ordered of the best selected Ii.dtid a fair trial of them, in accordance influx of orders continually increasing, te- "
DRY GOODS snitaWe -
and American periodicals
I'' Bojs' elms Gum lL\v\sUc for the trade which they offer English to assist in procuring with the directions accompanying{ eacpnrkage speak their intrinsic merit above all others .
I Spring materials for its columns is the only rl'roDiDI'ndatlOn they Practitioners of Physic, Sea Captain, j.
.11 8110KS,at \ vet \ a\r. on the most reasonable terms among whit] i It is not altogether feasible, when a new ckhaltroan's and Overseers Plantation, we fully in It

t! JV. B j-PeTKHU tending erranti viltI are Clothe- rassimers vesting sattmetipnddings I publication u contemplated to present !In 1JrO'JI8-1'h following directions the use of them, and from impartial experience ;t':
I ,
.. memorandum. detail to the public its prospective attrac illustrate the invaluable
t pleases I a written Irish linens cheetmRs. damaskdiaJ'f" will best i for a number of years, well know i
Pensacola, Nov. 18, 1831. No 30 tins It is necessary, nevertheless, that qualities of this excellent spcctficYouare how to appreciate their intrinsic virtues.
and col'd linondrilla
white all.o4Or'tf'd'OI'd
I 'r + '
Its principal features should be drawn out, desired to observe, that these and
e. J" tluble Tooth fovdrrt-Original '
e .ar8l1A1'B gnus cloth,linen pantaloon stuffs, as it is by them that its merits,, if (it hua. neither purge nor vomit, but are the only' concentrated compound chlorine
mull muslin genuine
hook and
MiQaudon vs. jackonet, shall be judged. This is the more make of eat
Lawrence and light and dark! ny, remedy that judges ute to peer Tooth w ash.
: i The heirs( Louis Doquemenil, extra prints,super ginghams,common fancy muslins, cambric readily accomplished, the Industry being both | they are given with great Mice res in For changing and whitening the tec(h
De MoranL rhintassorted satisfied that whatever and a all fluxes spitting of blood, consumptions, Preserving the genie, uud purifying the
j furniture dimities furniture
Virtue of writ of ft fa. to me directed and watchful zeal can effect in completing the colds
j By a wateredmoreen agues, small x, measles, cough I breath.
1 embossed and
from the lion. the Superior Court for the ( ,) col'd, Venetian filling up, will he done, and that they never and pains in the limbs or joints; they puoft The beauty. of the Teeth and gums is tire
i' western district of Florida, I shall) proceed Brasiiels!, Ingram.! and will be found deficient or neglectful! ill 'the most violent fever if taken in time, of the most superior pra'sentsvuhlch natuie
sell at public outcry on the 7th. day and other earpetini plain ng'd the prosecution of this and in the tor-!
I to and woolen table 1 enterprize and give present ease in racking has bestowed njon nian, whose duly isnow
belie cotton covers,
1833 at the door of the Court striving to produce a bf'nelielaland prolitablf' the
It : of Pebuwy \flU'lIaj\1! quilts and brown ment of Gout, the same in all kind of: to take. cure und preserve this ('r'louadOIlf.titln
Pentacola between the hour I iPMilt to theme rites and to others.
(4 j House in cholic ; they cure the rheumatism, and which c/ln (' effected by
and bleach'd Russia sheetings, Crequillansnahurgs : ,
I THE DRAMA Mill form a material them
what is more wonderful, in all sort or
and purifying as cecersity
and clcnning
'Burlaps brown bleach'dsheeting
Inserest I
of the Gentlemen's >ade Mecum
in minutes after
portion pains they give case and.8 ought not to neglectthis
and shirting, bed ticks checks, requires;
: Moranl in and to the following Property or.I It intended to publish alternately every taken ; they ease after-pains, prevent miscarriages -, shire good and well
t V and cotton stuff operation, Jlre-
stripes pautaloon
the above plaids week, entire and farce be ,
hi so much thereof M will satisfy an play -to selected cure the rickets in children, and
ed Teeth and Gi ms belong lo the at-
and umbrellas clothes reiv get
silk cotton
I execution and costs to wit._ negro ,, with a single eye to their merits alone and the
onderful in the stone gravel in
are often
human we are even
silk and hdkfs &e. est perfections ;
Lowell cotton
The undivided half of lot. Hot 29 33, la preference, however will be extended .
kidmes bladder and uterus bringing away :
enabled to the art of cleaning ;
produce by
102,.145, lift" 117, 148,. 140, situated in P. 8 All order punctually attended to. |jn all case, to native productions, slime, gravel and sometime stone' and that beauty which nature 1
Jan. 3-43-tf
I I the City of Peiwacola the, undivided hall when they can be obtained. Independent of a great bigness, and are the very best preserving have refused or neglected. By the -t

I of"one third of Lot No.78, three vndlrldet BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE I'M criticism, carefully excluding all mvidioucomparisons medicine for all stoppages, or pains in the may Ute of(his wash the teeth may be thoroughly -' .
eighteenth parts of a tract of Land of 300arpsns TED STATES, and recommended by thai stomach shortness of breath utraitness (If I cleanced the tartar and other Impurities

I called the lUres Land, 1 fourth near WHEBEAI by the Att of Congress approved brevity will be regularly inserted,-besides the breast, and rekindle the most natural heat i moved /from them, and way with the utmost ,
"I the Uayou Texar,the undivided part'l on the 30th day of June, 18.1thr Biogrsphical Sketches, Anecdotes, fn diseased bodies by which means they; safety be substituted for Dcotifirce 1
o/two several concessions of Land situate President Is authorised. to direct the Regis. and Don blots, of prominent Comedians of restore the languishing to perfect hf aih I; Powders, or Pastes. Many any Atttvftlo

on the Tensaw Road, about twelve miles lr-r and Receiver\ of the Tallahassee r..ndOitr the present and past age, of hich a rare witness those in ingenuous gentlemen and! which the Gums are liable tray le; ILl>- ,{3'

'; from the City of .Pensacola the one containing rt, t1 make sale at Public Auction, ofonefourth.nfthl' and inexhaustible compilation is in store ladle that embrace all opportunities to give,' deed by the application of Ibis M rash, and
'l of 1803 arpana and the other containing Lou in the town of St THE TURF-A faithfnl record will be them (their Just praise. Their manner or' the natural btl firth ted rclcur of

_. 8.}) arpanst also the undivided Murk, in the Territory of Florida, accor kept of all the Running and Trotting, working it by moderate sweat and urine. the Gum can always be entertained If ibis 'C,
half 000' No 043, la said City of Pcn1'4- ding to the! plan of the Surveyor General of matches in tnt>* country and Egnland. Bi The dose !is ten drops to a child of a year W..h be well and regularly' made use of- r

col*. James W. Exnm Marshal, saidTerritnryt: now knhw ye. that I. AdDSEW thorough correct Portraits of celebrated old, and a spoonful for a grown person, tot The breath being offensive from taking ,
By JOSEPH SIERRA. D. M. JxcKsot. President. of the Unite bred Horses will be publish quarter oC a pint of hot sae k; or ale, as hot Medicines, Tsbacco or from Cither thnmI ,
State do hereby declare rind make known once a month. Every fact relative to the drank bed be covered
1 it to
Laurence Millaudon,) THIS suit has been is can : go stances always beawcetenedandjun. 1yl
vs. ( instituted in the Su- that a Public Sale will be held at the Land breeding, management, keeping and the jp warm, and compose yourself to sleep, proved by may thist\Vash. .

Joke OUit' EnoU. f parlor Court, KChabeaod O Bee at TALLAHASSEE, in the Territory f iirseofthis Invaluable animal, will be rt the same be repeated but two or three This "t nolh-Wash doc not contain any ;

,deceased,Jeambls County by Florida, for the disposal of the undermen [particularly SPORTING.-Under selected<< night, and I doubt not but >ou'll find fO Acid or other Ingredient which might to
i i attachment The defendant Is required to tioned lots In the Town of ST. MASKS FLORIDA i this caption will be much benefit but you'll be encourage d toRO injurious its chemical composition teiQg

I appear and plead at the November Terra, on the .four'tk Monday of Januaryn enumerated Feats accounts of Shooting. Matches, on, and readily agree with persons of of the most; harmless nature.
pedestrian Gymnastic Exercises
viar he best sense, viz. That this medicine that
1834. effect
Hem Tea The beneficial
j I DENJ. WRIGHT: for PUT. LOTrnumlM'red 1, 5, 9,13,17, 21,25, 20, Aquatic Excursions, Finlung, Gaming,&c.with [with God' blessing is capacitated to an- hue resulted .r firm the we of
Or*.'*, 1834. 30 3.1, 3'7 41,45, 49,.53,81. M.69. 73. '77 Anecdotes of noted Dog iwer all those end in curing the diseases this tea it ale and efficacious;
v 1'1.8.\,fI9..93, 97, 101, 103. 100, 113, 111, GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONS.-A quarterly before mentioned. Note, !it is a chymicanedicine prove in a very It be

District of Wett Florida, Ul, and 125, as represented upon the review will be procured, explanatory extracted from the quintessence given remedy destroying woiws.children in nay I
t plan of the said town prepared theSurveyor of the various improvements and advantageously to
y UPERIOR COURT AT PENSACOLA. by change ol Minerals and Vegetables, and is soma itate of health, though not particular) ticu-
At Clamber, A.fuit aWk, 1834.. General of the Territory of which costumes worn in the fashionable eirle rear under preparation before fit for use led with worms J'

George Knight complainant,') Florida. (- constantly undergo, by which it will Vote,, no person ever yet afflicted with the Pearl PwJll'-for cleansing the skin ':
The sale will be kept for two days be rendered an task for drapers and
,.. I lie ChancerailTs open. easy float violent cough or cold, took his medicine ind softening the complection for that ireual -
: ( only. &ailor at a distance, to suit their customer but hath been cured ,
,I Th+ihenotJoesAetonioMirye I by taking one bottle and flurried which arises ..
delend'II"D Given under my hand, at the City of "ith the most approved color and modern I only.I apijrnce .
\1 / deceased.to the ..aathfaction"J thetbat Washington\ this 21st day of 'No ityle of dress, at all possible periods. Pro- Sarah Alder of Oxford having for aong rom over heating, agitation, nervousness, J'f
appearing or flushes this connectic is the meat pica-
It A. D, 1834 sufficient t \
\'f'mlM'r. 'riding shall
encouragement been troubled
C9.r(, he defendant' la the a- time w ith a violent fever ant and immediate of correctives. It tranluihze (
bn e.Dtmtd cue do not reside in Florida, ANDREW JACKSO4.Be ,\i\et\by\ this {union of the public, a full and ague, could get no relief for my di.emper .- the countenance by so harmonizing I
Uir Prrttintt! "ength engraving, illustrative of tile same till I had made f
hut in the Island of Cubs. On motion of 1 trial of Dr. Bale- af-
"nth the natural character cf the skin as
ELIJAH HAY WARD.OiiamiMioMtr rill also be and ti
< f It I. ordered prepared published. nan' Pectoral Drops to which I ad-
theVs>mpfain < Solicitor, was mOlt to identify itself with it In case!
th.| ptbUeatioa be made In the newspaper of the General load Of MISCELLANY Although the purpo- ised! by sneer' neighbour shape. husband of roughness of the surface king from

priotod at Pensacola, once a month for the fat apt Q/our sheet may appear to be confined ,rat cured of the same disease by the raid light latent inflamation it like a
spore bf:1; months, that unless the de- -"A t-rtben\e1\t. I.1 the font Il'ldinglubjecta Yo bich have bftDllatNW. )ropn, and taking cue bottle: sat frvrra- .harm allay the excitement sod rrreedng -
r-nflam'a 'within' six 'month* answer the e deem! proper to say, that ated, and in taking two bottle I was. per- the ing feature natural) uniform I
I eoroBlainant't Bill, the tame will be taken TO THE rrsuc.It here will be\ in addition u t these, a tooI I pctly cured of my fever and ague \\ learnvss over and a beaotl- i
proeonfesso, andUw natters thereof de it. wow about forty year*, since the late iderable! space allowed for Miscellaneous)) I DfN my hand, ful and in many persons a }
treed an ordtnglr. (Twit) Dr. Samuel Lee of M indium, Conn natter -such as Tales-Poetry-an Epi- Sarah Alder. transparent softness of expression. tA1tl

'. I I GEORGEF. BiLTZKLL, Clerk. (now deceased) began to furnish the pad uine of Nt'wl-Lillt of Hotels in thu city, Mrs. Elizabeth James, of St. John' Florida: a.teT)1'-

Pensacola, .bp" 29th. 1831. 85MOBTOAUS lie with hi.* celebrated LEFTS WIND aud Pisces of amusement-statistics-the Napping was. grievously afflicted with the Water rand DcroMt
I II AM BILIOUS PILLS or Prissily PAy- ,rain market-Agriculture-price*of stock I teutnatism in her joints and limbs, so that aDg ,
jJ$ s lftE'S tJU1mSPlJ.QS ', ic. Through the agency of D,.. Isaac -List of Broken Bank-COunterfeit Note I she could not rest no where, till she tried : \\\\t\\ UOle 'VahT, Ge-

: AM Ul/'Ls r\o Bateman's Drops, and In one hour af-
,. ,Of SALE. nuch'esteemed Bditaa Pals, or Fancily chick an Interest may be auppcwcd to exist 1 le;r she had taken them, she was free from nu\n Court 2\uttr', lloaa,09p ;

-f KB use AT Tine Ornta Physic have continued ever since they! home or abroad. I Rip" and oat ,bottle cured heel abs is ass Sec.I ke


-.- -.
'_ I ,I .