Pensacola gazette
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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: April 25, 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
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For the I penntnent; annuity, stipulated In I For the limited anuuit)', I the thir.l urliclcof the treny of the second same, IhouiMud dollata too hlHldn'd and h\ cut) dollar I jonnuil I of
t ofth'tols'r. loiter hundred and eighteen, For IN purposes of t..1l1'ftlinn. : j! For the" pun base of forU barrels of treaty r
too thousand; live liundrcd dollars. ted in the fifth article of came, \tltiP\l1\'I'.I'I call, stipulated: in same, two blind rid tint I ,,\,\ one
For the limited annuity stipulated in I dred dollai. t. I,UsI I tholl
the fourth article of the treaty of the twen I For the purchneof pro\ i.ion,., siipula i I I For(ho r purchase of forty kegs of toe IV ( the
ty-ninth of August, rtghtr bnndred and tl'liin the sixth article. e>f .iiue, om thoti' : l J'F{ alt lII lHn-: lxtint-otie. fm> thousand dollars I and dollars I d.II.u" June )"
For the liiiuted annuity. stipulated in the I 7i, the 'AI'IJI'tra.-For the (permanent 7'o the $ f('#, fumes, amiov /,.\ \.r$ or 7V// UMTEl .s7'.1 TJa'. third article of the treaty of the MX teen Of annuity, stipulates) in the fourth article of I I Ihr.lurfl" education, aupulatedintime, 'or in '
J'jkriSED AT THE 0ECONDTHIHO SEs8IoN TWENTY October, eighteen bundled and tnenty-, tho treaty with them ()the 11.lr.1 of August ffth. articlelifttrnof of the treat' with them of he the \ .
CoNOPM-4: : two thousand dollai: seventeen bundled anti ninei-ftve! rime 1 July, eirytcrn:), hundred and thirty t)-
[1'lRLIC No 38. For the purposes| of education during thousand dollars. three thlll..1\11I1 dollarsInnitcd uiut Hc
IVrr nuking appropriation for Indian the pleiiireif<'ongress.strpulatediiiaame, For the support of a Hv-mlih and n.. 7\1 lbw JtM'"s :1 I?d dl,1I0IlMlrClII- tttc rur a-
u:i in lien a,nl oilier miiUr ol'jct t<, ) tau thotiN.init iK'lhr: ci'tHiit ut :'thchllilnllrUuat "I'U'II hundred nenuity l .tll'II'I,11f't1 I 11t""ho fourth Ki! t.mt | of
for the year eighteen ItiiiidreJ anl thin) For tinupportcfu! blacksmith. and assistant doll us, artifle of the tiratt wuhtrutnof fifteenthof !tll' I
tv fiat.fI stipulate.I in same, M\CII bundretuut For the purchase, of iron,trll [sWiI 1] &: c.. July, eighteen fiiinditd and thirty, Iwo |( .
it ralcteIby/Ae Sen l\nn Il'l'rlfe It trice of lhr IfnitfdStatfa of For the purely\M.' of iron anti .steel &c, 1 For the pcrtnmint imiity, stipulated For the support! of 111wlo."milhInIIIti is" too 1 '
1 ,,1eriill rrJ reu (Il1n71lbf,", 'lint tJu- .stipulated insuim, two hundred ami l\\'ui, in the 1I\'II\1,18rlll'll' tif the trt'olIf the taut, MipulntiHl in ."nll\l'1 seven hundredand For .. '
following! sums, be and the !name erne hen ty dollars fp\ entrt'nth of ?II\I'III"I'r,1,1 fghtt"t'n hundred twenty dollars.. I Hhlant of
by aplrll( >ri tied for ilm objects lioruniftor Forlhp support of n miller stipulated! and tMO, eight hundred dollars.FnrthcperuumemtnurultyNtpailed. Fir the |'iirrhispoflrrin: timid ctecl, ,;.e.' he IVhI :+ ,
m1.1I110nl"l.1 to be paid out of any nionjy In the third ai'tide-of the treat)' of tho sixteen in hmidndand tin 1'111) dollars Ken ,
In -r..eluury not otharuise up ropriited ," of Odllllf'r eighteen hundred andtwentysix the fourth article t'f the lif-aly unlit' twrnlfourlhof : For agricultural inmplcmcnts stipulated in !I Bred '
: ihilis I to nay. six hundred dollars September, eighteen hurdnd ante, flu hundred ,1"lIl1rlO.! I I'lIr &ft
To the sir nations of liullaiufn AVif- For the purchase of one hundred and and nineteen, om thousand dollars Forthpj urposes i>f ttlucHtion', ytlputa! ': tun ,
"orh.-For the permanent annuity atipu sixty bushels l of Ftlt stipulated| in name For the suppoitof a bjarksmith nt Niifinaw I. ,' ted in the fourth article of the tr>'nt\' t'I'111t'l I Tt> For
bled in Ihe sixth article of the treaty with three blind red and twenty dollars' i and for fannniK t teiu>iU snit cotta' went). (mist of HpitniUr .ihl"1htm I the put the I
thl'IDIf tha eleventh of November, e\cn For the |' -rm ineni annuit}', stipulated in anti for employment of person( to aid tired and thirty-threP, fife biMidrcd dollnis mreind of i
well hundred and ninetj-four, four thous- : the second article nftl'c etreatof twcnlipth them in sericulture, fixed by the net of the I'lIrIIUl'I'1 t of two farmers stipulated in the ''
nil I live! hundred dollar 'I of St'picmber, eighteen hundred and : fifteen of May, eighteen! hundred and twenty the fifth article of the same, one thousand dol.lar. F'
Fur the annuity to the young king a I tMent-eight, two thousand dollars two' thousand dollars. Iwo hundn dollars, ....
chief, for life, as prm'ltleJ fur by the act of For the limited niiniiiiKH, stipulated in Forttie purpose of education, dtirinj! the To the hanta=For the limited. annul I For In
the city-tiixth of April eighteen hundred Maine, one thousand dollarx pleasure of Congrcws: stijulated in the ty, stipulated in the IhhU article of the the ,,"\ 1 1
and. twenty-mx, two hundred dollars. For the purposes of f..JlI'atillll) during sixth article of IK! irenty otlhehfih, of Au- treaty w nh tllt'mC the ihnd June, eUh-: Tim ,-
'J\t lIt Sritrca of New l"ork.For the plesuro of Congress|; stipulated in same, eust. ei!:hieen hundred and twenty-six, one teen hundred andtucnty-finc( thousand time foir i. ) -
the permanent annuity in lieu of interest one thousand d )llars. thousand! dollnrH.To hundred doll us, Ini.d IIh
on stock provided by the act of the nine For the annuity to the prinoptl chief, the Chi,11'fvut, Meiwmonte, lliienff. ,,- For of n him) ..krmith and 8!!- this 111 r
tecnthof'cbruaryeighteen hundred and for life, stipulated iu came, one hundred ",. \ ant ,Veer York I/IIUal/l'-J'Jr ntrnl, stipulated in time toiitth' article tern \[ I Idollars.
.thirty-one, mx thousand dollars dollars.Forthe, the purport of ntiondurinir the iilm- ofthe aiiie, siren hundrtd and\ (tacitly I '
To the Ottalta.-For the permanent: an support of the hlacksmitliamid sure of Congress, stipulated in the Cftli nr, dollars. For ; as :
nuity.. Mipuliited in the fourth artide of the assutant..Htipnlited in Maine, Ileum hundred tide of the treaty viih them of the tit For the purthiioe of iron and suit, &.., Mvtfiut of J' '
treaty with them of the Ihird of August bud tuenty dollars tenth of August I. iightctii hiinditd timid two hundred iind twent). dollars tin. .' ,
seventeen hundred and iiioctj-tnc/ one For Ihe pureh'ne. of iron and steel.! &,c., twent-scten, tme thousand the hundred For ngriinlluie n thousand dohar: two hundred and twenty dollars dollarll. sine, one ttumsmid m hundred tlollarsTo died "
For the permanent annuity, utipulated For the purchase often thousand poundsof 7Vi lime 6'iowj of Mitiifn'i.- For the the (leer's1'ur the ),('rniunent For | ,,:,
in the fourth article of the treaty of the er tobicto, stipulated fa same, two hiin- limited annuity *tipnln! (('d in the fomihar iiniiiiilynii|'uhitid in the HIlt article of the Ian :I
nteeuth of September eighteen: hundred dred and forty doll,ir! title of HIP In'lIly i JIlt them of ilioliflicnth I treaty with limits nf the mull tifNottmlt'r, /;, the
und eighteen, one thousand fin hundred For the pay. ofthrLU laborer. stipulatedin of July eighteen hundred and ihirt)', IwothoiiMtnd tightfcn hundred: anil light: one Ihoiikund : I
dollars Mime, time hundred und sixty ilollirn. tlollirs.For toe hundrtd dollars article the !
For the permanent annuity, stipulated To the !'oltaieahmiea nf /I"/"II/-I'or the support of i blacksmith" mind ns, For the hunted anni'iM', stipulated in iweiiij UnI -, ,
HI the fourth ,irtideof tbp tMent> -niiih( of the permanent annuity, stipulated in the mutant, tipulattd in name, touts hundredand he third urlit'If (If the MM id: of Jiinttiitlitien ', I dl, rrl / &
'. August eighteen hundred and vcntjone nerondarticle of the treaty with them of twenty doll/"rrs. hundred und tnuM) "Ihe, n-ui 'of h'|.( .
u.10 Uiom 11! d dollars.TJ ., the Hevenieenuuudred und bCtcn, four hundred For thf |'iirclni 'e of iroh and steel, &1'1 thousand dollars] tun
fie H'j't! i'/'*'*.-For the permanent: dollars two iiilrtd and twenty dollars For the support 'if n hire 11 smith and as Fur .1.l >
iiiinuity, etipul ited in the fourth article of To the I'trftairatamiesoftht'ruinV.- For agricultural{ implement, stipulated lIi..talll. ulipuluted in the fnuith article D If sans, .. the
t th"" treaty of the third of August, seventeen Fur the limited annuity stii;'elated: in limo in FiiniIPM, 'n hundrtd doll rTo the 1111111(',.III'\t"1 hundred ntd twtiitydolbus treaty 'j,.
)hundred and lIiutl). fie; one thousand third article of the treaty with thl'IIf the the ) t joll irs twentieth October, eighteiu hundred Iud the linnietl annuity, tipuhuin| in the fourth' For the purchase of Iron and steel, &c., ,i
I'or tl e permanent annuity, populated lln thirty-two fifteen thousand article of the treaty with{ lh"n us- thefifltenf two hundred und twenty dollur. t'or ., 1 _
the M-oonJ article of the treaty of the seventeenth For the annuity of three chiefs for life; > Jill)', I'I iihtein hundred avd thirty, three ForagritulturulaMKiNtanco, utipulated i In two P't'r
of 1 No\emt, ri !hte-en hundred stipulated in name, one thousand dollars thoiiNind i llars f( same, one thousand and six hundred dol- Far In "\
+ 'anu' seven, four hundred dollars. T the Puttavealaintft uftif t II flarah- For ihcHiipiHirtof blacksmith/ nnd assistant lars. .ime / r
For the ptrmjrieiit annuity, stipulated For the limjtcd allnuil\'. nil,jiilated ihe stipulated in same, **\en hundred To the Ktrkapuof.-For the limited! nnnuity To : doe
in the fourth article of (lie tieutie of the third article f.f the treaty with hem of Ihpt't'nty"ixth und twtniy dollam rtipiilatcd in the fourth ortlt leof thetreaty rink tlpuMed -
twentyuinhof, Si ptembcr eighteen hun ofOitoher, ilhh'a'n hundredand For I the purchnre of iron and aleel, Ac with rhemof the tweiil-fourth oOttobtr If
!( d:v anixc\rnicen and the IICnnteenth-of thirty two, Jweritytbousafddoinrc.) )l two htindnd and Iwiniv' dollars. eighteen hundred and thirl-Iwo tI, "thini '(' .
SrptemcreIghtccmi! hundred and eighteen, To the'Pjlliiienlainieinflii,hunn.-For Forngririiluirnl implements, blipnlutcd tine thousand dollars.For >uhit'<
four th" For bo support( of a blacksmith and assistant article of the treaty u ith th m of the twemityseventh 7'o time m"I"-ror the hunted annuity Jj..hmItilllJ'litt'd in the fifth article (If For .
stipulated in the tenth article of of Ocioter, eiihtcen hundredand IIlip1lltt'llln the fourth article of the I the same, one thousand dollam In tbf' '. ; ,
thetrea'yof the "ent1-ulolh of btptem"ber thirty o, fifteen lh<'ut>and dollunt treaty with them of Iho fifteenth of July For the purposes of t'llutatltip'lla, the.. j
,eighteen hundred and seventeen ee en For the purpose of education, during the eighteen hundred. and thirty, tin othoueamlfee I I trd In the seventh article of the fuute, the and \
Jimidreil and twenty dollar pleasure; of Congress, stipulated m same, hundred dollars hundred dollurn.; Fur
For the purchase of Iron, steel, mica for two thousand dollars. Fur the support of a blacksmith and assistant To the hatkaihiat nod prnrirs.Forthe second : ( i r a ho: ; ,! i
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two hundred nm'! twenty dollars Tu the Chipp'va, and PtiltiiicatamieiFor stipulated in same, seveu hundred : limited annuity, stipulated ill' the lifth' fourth y \rp
shop the Wyamlalt. ,Witnttm, awl Uelnvarf the support ..(a blliel.llIl1Ith'and assistant and twenty dollars. I article oflhe treaty with theta t'lhn U- enpnth sixiitn j
*.-For the permanenlanmiuity, stip- stipulated in the M tond article of For the purchase of iron and steel, &C., I ty \' (If Ottohcr) rlehtrrn hundredand For '
uhtQdin the fourth article of the treaty U.e treaty with then: of the twi'nt> -ninth two hundred and twenty dollars thirt-t\w. three hundred dollars. the in
with them of the fourth of Jnly, 11bun.lre.J 'of Juh: ', eighteen hundred und twi lily-nine, To the ><]< nf.tliesweri-For the limi, agricultural impb'mt-ntf, 'stipulated! "" the t
and five one thousand dollars. : seven hundred and twenty dollar. ed annuity, slipnlated in time fourth art t. in Ihe sixth article of the same, fafty &l.IJ- and I\
'J'<* fie Chriatian fndianForh permanent i For the purchase of iron and steel Ae.. tie of the treaty with them of the fifteenth lam For '
annuity, per act of the 30th May, two hundred and tnentydollars. flf July, eighteen hundred and thirty, five 7'o/A Aa/Ar( /JWa/ I'roiu, Hea. and sand
eighteen hundred andtvtenty-six, fourliuu- : For the' permanent annuity, stipulated in Kindred dollars. I'ioktlltllll.rrt11II'Llolt\ of a black\ An &!' t ,
dred dollar II the second article of the treaty,of the twenty .'qr the Mipport of a blacksmith and ssBMtant smith and assistant" stipulated in mho fifth I For ;
To lM'.1/iami-For the permanent cue ninth of July eighteen hundred andtwentynine stipulated in same, eaten hundred article of the treaty with them of the twen In the a' '
nu.ty, stipulated in the fourth ariice of the !!sixteen thousand dollars and twenty dollars ty-ninth of October, eighteen hundred nod ,
tucnty-third of October, eighteen hundredand : For the purchase of fifty barrel* of salt, For the purchase of iron and steel, &C., thirty. two'en, hundred aud twenty dole and '
twenty-aix, twenty-five thousand dollar stipulated in same, one hundred and twtn- two hundred and twenty dollar lars. I"or
*. ty-fic dollars. For agricultural, iii,iu'nicnl, stipulated Forthe purchase of iron end uteri, &C., Ihe In an
For the purposes education during the To the H'innebaeoft.-FuT the limited sense, two hundred collars.To two hundred and twenty dollars lars. to
plesnrc of Pongrena, stipulated in the tilth annuities, stipulated in the second article the & article of aamn treaty, two thousand dollars of the treaty with tints of the first of August stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty treat annuity, stipulated l the fourh| article tenth- d x
eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, I with them of the fifteenth of July, cigheen of the treaty him them of HIP third of ty I
For the pay of eight laborers stipulatedin eighteen thousand dollars. hundred aud thirty three thousand August, trventepn hundred and ninety-file For In
For the ,of fifty barrel of dollar five hundred dollar. .
the fourth article of same treaty, four purchase salt the .. ..
hundred and eighty dollar stipulated in same, one hundred and twenty i To tAe lo.rt..or; the limited annuity, For the permanent annuity, stipulated in tutu of 1
For the purchase twffthomand pound -five dollirs stipulated in the fourth artieleof the treaty thin third article of the treaty of the thirtieth thirty, '
of iron, two hundred and fifty pound of For the purtha'oC three thousand with them of the fifteenth of July, eighteen of December, eighteen bundled and, For
steel, and one thousand pound of tobacco, poundll"lloLarco, stipulated, in same, three I hundred and thirty, three thousand flier three hundred dollars. led in
.. stipulated same, six hundred and twen- uundred dollar; dollar Ft>. agricultural III'pll'menl"-ltlpuJlted thou..
dollars For the iiipport i,f throe blacksmith and' To the luvayt,-Fot the support of a 110 the third article of the treaty of the twen for
ty For the support of a blacksmith and as as'fttant. stipulated in the third article, two blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the ty-ninth of October,,eighteen hundred and asl.."
S .{ttant stipulated in the fifth article of the thousand one hundred and sixty dollars. fifth article of the treaty with them of the tblrty-two, lira hundred dollar one
,of the sixth October; eighteen hundred For iron end steel, Ac.,six hundred and fourth of August, eighteen hundred & twen- ToUH "Ufa*.-Forthe permaneulsnndl For.&
and eighteen seven hundred and sixty dollars. I II &,-f'lI.Ir, seven hundred & lw pity dollar I ity, stipulated in the fifth article of the six
dollars I For the pay of laborers, and for oxen, For the-purchase! of iron arid steel, oVc., treaty with tlmemof the second of October For
twenty For the support of a miller, in lieu of a stipulated in !same, three hundred and. lb.tfth'e tWO hUDdred'and twenty dollar. eighteen hundred and t'lih\eeD\ ,"thret tbon >! led in | t
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stipulated m aanie elK hundred dollars. For agricultural Implements, stipulated and dollars. For
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dollar For the limited annuity,stipulated in the In sainn. four hundred! dollar 'Tithe IJtlnll'or"-F" thr permanent In the
For the of one hundred and third article of the treaty of the fifteenth of For the l limited annuity,stipulated In the inanity stipulated In the fourth arttetoof aand
sixty bu-ihefs purchase of salt stipulated in same, September, eighteen hundred, and thirty.! fourth article of the treaty of the fifteenth i the treaty with them of the third of August For &
three hundred dollars. two'ten thousand dollar ,.'- I of July, eighteen hundred and thirty,' two seventeen hundred and ninety-five, e.......
To the Velllir-For the For the purpose of education, stipulated tbou..ad'e hundred dollar one thousand dollar five
annuity stipulated in the fourth permanent article of in the fourth article of same, three thousand For the support of an assistant blacksmith For time purchase of salt, stipulated I Jn the dollar
the with them'of the third of August, dollar stipulated in same, four hundred third article of the treaty of the seventh For
treaty and and dollar ''June tl bleeD hundred and three bun t.- i
hundred dollar. For the support of six-agricultorUts, eighty << ,one same
eventeeu For the permanent annuity, stipulated" in purchase of oxen, ploughs/ and agrieulturallntplemenu For the purchase of iron and steel, Ac., dred dollar*, v ", 71, '
third article of the twenty- r. 'of stipulated in the fifth are Iwo hundred and t enty dollar For the permanent a"ollhYlltirultltt'd in sent JMIf'I
the August, eibtethundre4 and 'rive! two title of Mine, two thou"0I11he hundred For agricultural Implements, stipulated the thlrdarticle of the treaty.of the lhfrt of the ts-
hundred and fifty dollar dollar In same, MX hundred dollars.! eth of September, eighteen hundred and hundred '
For the permanent annuity, stipulated in For the purchase of one thousand five 7\ the Soft awl />wr .-Forthe permanent nine, five hundred dollar dollar
the- third and separate article of the treatyof Hundred pounds of tobacco, stipulated in annuity stipulated in the third article '- For the permanent annuity stipulated in 'For.
. the thirtieth bcptember, eighteen hundred same, one hundred and fifty dollar. I of the third of .November, eighteen the fifth article of the treaty uf the third of ted U) ,. (
and nine, three hundred and fifty dol For the service of two physician *.tlp'ulatPd hundred, and four, one thousand dollar October eighteen hundred and eighteen; them .t .
in same, four hundred dollar For suf port of a blarkimnh and a"..1.i four thousand dollars. lem li
lee the potto..aiaralu.-For a- To the lomott..-For the support of I,I taut, stipulaied In the fourth article t>f the For the support of a blacksmith and assistant dollar
annuity, pttpulated in the fourth aria! five farmer, ,and five female, house keepers same, seven hundred and twenty dollars. stipulated in the sixth article nf the IRof '
lent deof the treaty with them of the third of stipulated in the second artiehrof the For the purchase of iron and steel: A.C., lame, seven bundri d aitd twenty dollar. year
seventeen hundred and niue-fi,e, treaty with them of the fifth of February, two hundred and twenty dollar.. For the purchase of Won. and steU Ac.,
August! thousand, dollor eighteen hundred and thirty-one,., four For agricultural inipkments' stpulatcdla two hundred and twenty Juiiars tide of
one of salt, in thousand dollar same, sixty dollar. For thepernanent annuity, stipulatedin lh '
the For third the article purchase of the.treaty stipulated .! For thetsvppurt of a miller stipulated For the limited annuity, stipulated in the supplemental\ treaty of the fourteenthof and '
hundred and three, one ''Ia same six hundred dollar the third article of the treaty of the twenty September,eighteen hundred and twen : To
of June, eighteen and forty dollar I.. For the nppon of three blacksmiths and first of Leptember, eighteen hundred and ty-nine, one thousand dollar I 41
hundred annuity: stipulated i ..assistant stipulated in MUM, lo thou I thirty-two, twenty lhooand, dollar. For the annuity to three thief, atlpubvted the nuity, .
For the permanent article of the treaty of 1M thin and one hundred and sixty dollar I For the support of a blacksmith and a.- In the oppltrarnUl) treaty of'theiwen* '
In the third eUhtetn' hundred and l For the pnrtbaM of Iron and steel Ac, I Utajit, at'oblated In the fourth article of l ty-isof October eighteen hundredthirtytwo aid gust. "
tieth of five September hundred,d.lIan4 sot knadred and sixty dollar*. the treaty,aetea hundred t iIe4 y dollar I three Loodrrd doers i
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nWp >Hrh feet .lone bv 12 inches
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Gazette conducted. the Good
which the will be contract. and sufficient
first perron on tho retnrns this morning was - - u securitywill
a very fine looking, genteel young man hoesioea I Shoes V 6)1210ch.I.. : They will endeavour steadily to keep in be required to ensure the faithful performance
whose friends are highly respectable, and 46 pieces, each 20 feet long by 12 inches view, the landmarks ol the Constitution o( of the contract.

whose name we are requested to suppress THE! Subscriber offers, at reduced prl by 12 inches. the the United States, by which they hopeto Ten per centum will be withheld from
had by the dozen, a small lot of the 2d of sawed f oiets. their As moder the collateral in addi-
on account of his family. He it appears steer course aright. I amount, as security
for the last year or two conducted following kinds, viz 1 64 pieces,-each 31 feet long, by 12 Inches ion and firmness will be our motto, we tion to the bond given, to secure the performance -
Ladle foxed and Prunella Boots.
himself most creditably in all the domestic gaiter by 8 Inches hall be slow to brand with political heresy, of the contract, which will not
and mercantile relations in life, and was "! real French Satin losting& modo. 84 pieces,-each 23 feet long .by.12 Inches those politicians who may honestly differIn be paid until the contract shall be complied
imitation French
shortly about to' commence business on boating and red by 8 hes.inc opinion from us.- with in all respects.

his own account, in which there was '.' Slippers. 321 pieces,-each 21. feet, long by 12 inches It is our design fairly to report the passing DYRD C. WILLIS, Nary Agent.
Kid and boating
fed common black by 6 inches. .
prospect of hi* doing very well. He Political news( the day the political
in. love with his first roiwirt, a very beauti t(' coloured do. > 86 pieces--each 18 1-2 feet long by 12 views'! that we may have occasion to advocate City Taxes.
common and
bather .
fttl girl the daughter of a wealthy firmer mo walking inches by Inches. will be done dispassionately, sofa
Long land and after a happy uninterruiaM "Sbl'le.. 111 pK>ce -:.each 12 feet long by 12 in- as we are concerned and we hope our /iIIIE undersigned is now read t& re*
upon courtship of two the day Kip Ilrogaps sewed and pegged. ches by 0 Inches.3d freinds who favour us with commu- 1 ceive the City,Taxes on Real
years mack skin nullifiers. i of planks Inches thick and 12 Inches may estate Slates Horses &c. all
was fixed for their wedding theist of May. nications, will observe the same rule, otherwise Carriages
" The foolishly fond mother of the girl,. thin Coarse Brogans Russet and black sizes wide. theirpublication will notJ.ake place; person pay lug the same on or before the
I king that her child was hardly polished e- 0 to 12. 15,000 superficial feet, or 4 .OOO fee in the observance of this course, we shall first day of May next will be allowed a discount -
I l' nongh for the polite circle of New York, Shoes large and all sizes Boys Bro- inch measure. act with strict Impartiality. of 5 pro cent, and all Taxes unpaid

; In which she was destined to figure broughtI gans. Each plank being 30 1-2 feet long,-or, It will be the aim of the publishers to on the first day of August next will be die
I i c to the city early last fall-The girl Boys: fine BooteesChildren' balf the number of planks being 20 feet, & render to their patrons, all the satisfaction trained for according to law.
leather and prunella Bootees. half 10 1-2 feet long -or half 18 1.2
and of in mind however PABLO PALMES
was then young simple minded entirely they are capable bearing
The above together with a general assortment feet,.& half I2 feet long-or half, 161-2 If
] unsophisticated in her conduct and 11 the old adage they that would at City Tax Collector.
would hive been well has she remained BO at retail, will I he sold at very reduce feet, & half, 14 feet long. 11J f.to please evrybody will please nobo- .Pensacola April 18th 1835.-5.-3t.Hundred .
But "mothers must know best." and her prices previous to the 20th .f. May next.JOSEPH'S. 4th of flowriug planks, 1 inches thick,

mother placed her under the tri-une, tuitionof LEVETT.Pcniacola and 6 Inches wide. 60.0UO feet inches U./:Although' it is our design, to pursue a tine Dollars ttesavd. -
25th 1835. 7. 3t
Aphl .
a French master a dancing master and measure.In course untraraelled, by the shakle of any
a music master, for the purpose of getting BOOKS of subscription for stock in the equal, or assorted- lengths, not Ics political party-in making this avow, \ .
' finished .' and if she was not finished her Florida Rail Road Company will than 19: feet.Every we would not be understood as being indifferent from the custcdy! of the! Mar-
self, it appear that she contrived to feu be opened at the Court House in Pensacola piece of tbe'above lumber must be to the importance, of correct princ ESCAPED the night of the 29th day of
the finishing touch to all Charle's (her on tnc.I lit day. of.May,, under the Superintendence of the best quality Dimensions asto strength and durability March last William Hambleton who was

sweet heart future hopes and happiness :. of j-of full and perfectly pies.They wish however have 'It 1 convicted of negro stealing and fined by the
at the danciug school publics she met'with JOSEPH SIERRA. free from sap, shakes, cracks, splits and known, that they will neither lead the van, Jury the Bum otseven Hundred Dollars, &
'I handsome young* fop, who invariably EWD. L. DRAKE. from knots that are ,loose, decayed, or or follow in the train of designing political costsof prosecution.<< The said William llam-

r singled her out for a'partner and who as JOHN CAMPBELL.CHARLES more than 3-4 of an inch in diameter. No intriguers, who are "men of principle bleton is about twenty four years of ace, a-
I Invariably offered hu sen ices to gallant C. KEYSER.- piece will .received that contains many In proportion to their interest" bout five feet reven and a half inches high, '

: her home j Charles being detained"always GEO. W. BARKLEY. knots, although they. may be small and Several columns of the Gazette,will be appropriated fair complexion and light hair a little incli

: ,,' until a late hour- In his business Her new April. 25 1835.-7.-2t. sound. to Essays of Moral and Miscellaneous ned to stop w hen standing and is very round
I gallant took advantage this circumstance To all \V\\ouv.it con 6th, of CLEAR flooring planks, 1 1-4 character,under the head of Readings shouldered blue eyes and has a-hold look.-
t Y1i' to Ingratiate himself into the gt l's good mar Inch thick, and inches wide ;-best qual for Saturday evening.The The said Hambleton escaped '\'itboutbav.

, : graces'! and as those: cern. jty. publishers are fully aware of the difficulties ing paid his fine. The above reward therefore
.... ,"Move easicatwhohave learned todance." subscriber forewarns persons 13,000 feet inches measure.In of 'their undertaking, but they will be*given for the delivery of the said
I 'J His manners were considered fur more re- THE cutting wood, or committing o- equal or assorted- lengths not less than place great reliance on the public libera1'ttyr Willian Hambleton in the town of Marrianna -

f Ii ftned than those of tho industrious plodding ther depredations lands lying on 18 feet and believe that a diligent attention to Jackson County district of. West Florida
who was toiling for a home. Little The delivery to commence early in the busIness and a zealous effort to serve the
I youth happy the W..side of Jhe Bayou, commen- to: James W. Exum orTHOMAS
She gradually grew cool towards him which cing at its mouth, fronting .on the Bay of Summer, and be completed by the 1st 01 public, will secure to themselves liberal' M. WHITE.

E he did.not perceive until at a late exhibition Pensacola, and running up the same, embracing September 1835. share of patronage.The Drputy Mar thai DittricL If. /'.
Ball whither he went at a late hour the Point between the two Bayous' Payment will be ,made if required received.on City of Tallahassee being located in April lib 1835-G.-8U
I, and found his betrothed engaged with ano- to .the cantonement taking the depth back each cargo duly inspected and the centre of Florida*md: surrounded by
i iAT
." ther,' In the mazes of a waltz.' After it from the Bayou of l-3 to 3-4ths of a mile and All communications touching this subject many natural advantage,,possesses in a NOTICE. -
was'*'over he solicited her hand' for, tho on the East side from the cantonement will be addressed to the Subscriber. given space around centre a larger ponlation the next term of the honorable the

i 'nexfdance-she was eUiagedthe.. next down the said Bayou to the lands of Henry ,JOS. G.. TOTTEN. Lt Col.Eng'rs. > than that of any other portion of County Court of Escambia County, to
ftf\trward."he! : wa for that also .. Brevet Col. the within the limits haut
, engaged MicheUet E IJ-and running back nearly Territory, same !, Pensacola the
be held at the city on
Fort Adams, Newport Harbor R.I.Feb.2 .
would she be 1"fj" .
i when disengaged
mile. Also > one weekly
; one on the Bayou Tcxar from newspaper.In first Monday of October next, I ball apply
: Not all Mr. I' 'was to be her partner"the I 183.1a addition this the-e valua-
I at ; .he lands 8Fiakleford. up the said Bayou to are many for the settlement of accounts as the Executor
whole fYl'nlnc. Charles requested the to here the Range line between rangeland 29 Office of thd Alabama, Florida and Geor- ) blo tracts of Land, which we doubt not of Loci* PIF.DNAS deceased and
fj" escorting her to the supper ta 30 strikes the Also of will soon be brought in cultivation should
same. on a tract
Rail Road
tie.Sba gia Company Pensncola: > move to be finally) discharged.
,. f' had placed herself under.Mr. P's and adjoining the western boundaries of March I Jlh. 1835. STIlESuUncitners the present price of the gi eat staple of the '=. HENRY MICHELET
,1- protection and Mr. P. promenaded her out he CUv'of Pensacola embracing a tract of to the Capital Stock country be maintained must considerably Executor.

of the room. Charles' left the place next upwards of thirty acrea-a. the law will be are hereby notified: angment the population of. the April 11th, 1833.: &-Cm. '
I '""$L laorninrhenpbraldedhtr' with 'bem8 >u* strictly enforced against/ them that three fitalments) of 'ten dollars on I country.From -
f constant: and She cooly replied that she JOHN HUNT". each share, have been called for by the : the considerations! Mated above, NOTICE.AT .- .
tJjThad control over her affections they 2511m.-7.-3t. we have therefore no hesitation in believing .
I ? : no Ap. ._ President and Directors and that the same the next term ofhe honorable the
I "ILhad changed and he nuit make the best NOTICE. will be due and payable at the Office of the that w'e may with confidence rely for Court of Escambu County tobe
County ,
, of it lie left the house:half distracted the complete success of bur undertaking
II ,
theist of held the of Pensncola the
Company on Mondays May, at city on firs
all home at noon obtained letters of administra the of
stayed out night-came HAVING on suoport a generous public.
June and July'next. \Monday of October next, I shall apply for
next in and drunken condition the Estate of Francisco Rolf CONDITIONS
3' day, a dirty THO. M. BLOUNT
Secry. settlement of accounts the Executorof
; he was tarried to bed insensible-awoke" deceased, from the County Court of Es- Pensacola March 14 1836.-1.-4t., The "Tallahassee General Advertiser' my as
PHIUPR LroNcio Pnrcro deceased
next day la a high fever-lay ill for sometime ramble,. those who have claims against the will be printed on a super royal sheet, at ', and

and ultimately reeoveredbut a settled II Estate are requested to present them legally Tax UoUector'a) Sale Four dollars pr annum payable advance, move to be finally HENRY discharged.MICHELET *
, gloom was on his mind, and it was attested tw settlement and those Indebted or on delivery the first no. four dollars ,
" feared he mediated wlf destruction. He I are requeued to make pa vnwnt. I For Terriiorialand County TAXES.fAN fifty cents after the expiration of six monthsor Executor.*
:. MARIA GERTKUDE Saturday the 1st day of August next April llth, 1835.-. 5.-6m.
however returned to his employer on Thurs ROIO. I live dollars at the close of the year.
day,'was sent to the Bank at 10 in the Ailmfx. V/..between the hours 10, and 12: A. M.I No susbcription will be received for a less -
morning with a check.. for 8107: 09. lied..w April 20th' 1835.-7.-8t I shall offer for sale, in front {o. the courtHouse term than one year, and the paper will no NOTICE. .

the money, but did not retarn*with List of m the city of Pensacola, the following be discontinued without orders-and all ar. AT the next term of the honorable the
it-hi* friends became alarmed-and late > property, or so much thereof, as will rearugca are paid up.. Court of Escambia County, tobe
at'blght, he was found very much in/ liquor Remaining in the Poet Office, Pensacola pay the Territory of F lot ida, and countyof The first number will be issued during held at the city of Pensacola.. on the first

driving bone and shingle madly'up Madison April 1, 1833.-JT-Persons .enquiring Escamliia for taxes due thereon, up to the ensuing summer, or early in the fall. Monday of October next, .1 sbaJ1app1l for
r t street lie was setnred, taken to the for letters on this list will ask for advertised the 31xt. day December 1834 ; unless the Communications addressed to the publisher the settlement of my accounts the Executor -

watch-house, and-$08 of the money round letters:: Taxes are paid to the subscriber before the must be post paid. of ADELAIDE TAYASCO deceased,. and
on him.-In the morning he was restored A-Allen A. D. '4, Adams Henry, 2, day of sale, together with all costs and JOHN BALDWIN Co. more to be finally discharged. .
hltfrlend.-lv.. .'>Y.} Tram. Alexandra F. Armstrong II-AVity.-Adams charges. ,Tallahassee' April 8th, 1835. ',;' HENRY MICHELET, 1
; Lleutu lL A. 2, Armstrong C. M. lll:.>JRY BAf.9. -- ,executor. h

Manual! labor schools will, we trust, ere B.-Bernard W. Ov2. Dacha Dr. B.. ). 2. 1 OQft Eofi; rate Land, siru15 FOR KEY WEST. I April 11th, 1835.-5.-6m.
: long, be generally established in this voun- Bernard T. B. Bell James E. Byrne Mi ; O U ated East of Perdido Rn er, 13 fast sailing Shooner Whale

I .try. Tbe1arte.pahleolhe1ng made nearly Mar,: Cecelia; Domes YU: Bodglt Hardln miles from the city>>r Pensacolaboundedby &ThC .. E.-Parker, will sail in a NOTICE.AT" .
e&f-supporting.lnstitations. The ,Al Baltcell O. F. Brown Moses, Brackenridge Eugeuio Sierra's laud and others vacant days. For passage only spot "
bany Dally Advertiser concludes a descrip 8. Uarckley G. W.-A'ary.-Blanton "d. on the East, and West by vacan\.lands,al to the Captain on board or the next term of the honorable the
tion of one recently established ia w. L on the south by the said Bay 01 Perdido. to. Court 01 cambia County, to
I' 'Alabama .c.-Cooper Tho 4 Cook Michael 40. be held at tho City of'Pensacola, on theist
with the following opinion in ,whichwe M. Amount of laxea.SU GEO. W.,BARKLEY.Ap. .
fully concur: Clark Miss -Mary T. c. Centeno. Miss JUAN DOM1NOUES. 18-6-U. : Monday of October next shall apply
We are more and more satisfied that odolsta, Collins James T. &: Chamblers ACRES of 3d. rate Land Situated for tile settlement of my accounts of the executer -
.Cofleglat educations w they are termedare our John COft Mrs Samuel,Centeno Elizabeth, 128 0 between two liayous,- :lansn House of MARIAKNA BONITAY, deceased and
fallacies. Not Collins A. D. Campbell James G. CLenesy which first point marked A to a high pine, move to be finally discharged.
one half of'those And Peiitacola
who Stage A.
Qjiee Blakely ( ])
obtain diplomas are really entitled Daniel 2, Carroll John J. Calame'Sam uel, with two crosses, is distant 3 miles west Ills Establishment MARGARITA DE LA KUA,
tathem. u now in condi-
a Exwutrix. "'
,* The system appears "dlcally defective.= Cobb Ezrkiel.-Aary.-Campbel) LieutArcb from the city of Pcnucoja, bounded: on all T tion to accommodate Travellers
Cross. Lieut. Osborn Engineer Her. sides vacant Land. Amount of Taxes sa a- Aprilllth, lS33.-8.-6m.
i hlndttheir,donot seem to lake hold of th. Coste N. L by reagbly as heretofore. The Stage Officeor
: 40.
application) to.the u of life $2 travellers from Mobile to Pensacola and
D.=Darcantel II. Pass Midn. 4 JAYME FONTENAL. NOTICE.AT .
ire not Navy ,
seen or ei lalned.
+ The .course of asteward is now kept at this House. The
itudy U irksome, the principal' Object of the Drat N. J. Doyle Midi James A. Davis 640 ACRES; of 3d Land situated on accommodations will be as extensive the the next term of the honorable the
young men is to graduate rather toaa Jean John, Danhara Andrew C. Davis R. E. .jtoe.Aest aide of the CreeK.of Indian comfort of Travellers require. as ourt of Ewirnbia; County, to
J may
while inthe Manual Labor Schools the ve. Daniel B. F. pas, w,.4'h empties into Bayou Te J. W. L. SIMMONS. be held at the city ofl'en\llt'ola. on the first '"
ry disposition with which a .itudeaOtnters E..lEdmondlOn Caleb,-Exum J. W. xar end 3 3-4 miles N. N. W. (Will the city Blakcfy Jany. 3d, 1835. 44. tf. !Monday of October nut/ I hall 'f'plyor
F.-Franklin J. II. Fraser William II. of 6u the N. W : -:
one of them will almost ensure him vans Pensa4olarbounded by the settlement of my accounts as the Exr-
ble attainments, and good habits. 'ostel John Freeman J. L. land surveyed for Francisco Vidal on.tie Laurence Miliaudon THIS tutor ot_ JOACHIM BAn .4, deceased, and
i G.-Gomel Franc'o, Gardiner Francis, 8..VV. and 8? R by vacants Lands. Amount : )f suit hu been more to be finally discharged.
The :'U.=Hall John, Uiclt Wm. R.. Houston of Taxes $1 20.LOENZO.YNACIO vs. Instituted in the Su-
London Times) edItors > HENRY MICHELET.
employs three John
t Sam 'Holme* YlTRIAN.OOA OllJa Ezr;of J, rpenor Court, Es- '
the first otwll"om Cajpt Executor.
receives an 'annual Johnston Chabeaud deceased. \
J J.-.Inlois Joseph Midn. ACRES of 3d rate Land situated cambia County, by
I I salary of seven thousand dollars, the second ttachment The defendant April 11th, 1835.5.6m.'j'enstkcola .
four thousand five. hundred dollars and James Ds 2, JenVinsCapt. Edwin B. Johnston J t\J 3 mile. N E. of the city of U required toIppt'ar.and ,

t the third three thousand five hundred. Richard, Jerrison T. D. Jackson A. Pensacola fronting to the bay on the East plead at the November' Term, '
1 ". Store.TilE
Drug .
This!'is paying tor A. )t. SL Johnson Daniel I side, bounded on thenorth by lands of "" ** '
It more than they are.paragrapha-Homethlng Wornt K,-Kervin Lawrence 3. I Francisco Touard add west by vacant BENJ. D. WRIGHTfor Pln.. DRUG and MEDICINE STORE

3 tor4 can however well afford ,it, their proprie net L.-Lavaud CapL 'Lum Hanson o. i Lands Amount of Taxes. 61 7"" 3-4. Oct4; 1834. 80, fitted no. in the red bufl
iHI become being about one hundred And thirty /eoyd Richard.; t JAMES L. GOR E. Margarita De La lint E='s. oppos-itflthe Public ,Square where at aH
thousand dollars a year. The'pryperty-b AI.-MeLanathan Cap, W 2, Mnthera- No. 10 63 feet on Church Street. Amount va. ,- )I times may be found general assortment
fi '9Ur htrM sixteen 9 head Capt Jai 8. Mile James, Michael of Taxr 800 03 3-4. Samuel M. Smyth. ) or DRUGS. MEDICINES \"TS, OILS
ofwhnikortweSVr Eliza, Myers Catherine 2 Moore' J'IERCE.No. I and DIE
B. R.
tote hadividnsl.Mr. Capt Inli1S suit has been commenced by writ STAFFS, ,
I WaI.er AndJtewManinc Robert 28 1 lot on the Ba '. Amount of ,
1j member of parIJament. ) ,1, of attachment, returnable to the next ,.
..,. N.WNicholaa Stephen,Nettela Benjamin, Taxes >600 08. CortOt
tern of the Superior Court for E cambia TONIC.BITTERS': with Dr. A. -
11; Canal* ... Rail Rtxtdt The editors of O.-4)gden Lieut W. S. DANIEL STONE. County, The defendant and all other' ?. COMPOUND" MIXTURE, for that
the new York Journal or Commerce have P.-Prttctott Jesse, Prose Daniel Pel.bant No. 981 Sot on Cum Street 160 1 do. on Interested are required to persons and loathsome plague the Fever and Ague, .

' t weired from Albany the Report of the Wm D, Pringle Sam! T. Park OapL ntrndentia Street Amount of Taxes. plead to the declaration. appear warranted to fleet a cure or the money ieurned. -
Canal-Coramlssionera) W. C. i ,Pool Wm. J. Perry Wm Prtnle (0008.( ; of
prepared In eempU- MERCED UENJ. D. WRIGHT, for PlrT. The Establishment is In charge :
ante with a renohriin oflhe Assembly,on ,; "Abraham: VIDAL. Sept. 13 No. 27 a skilful Apothecary, and we hope by un-
the comparatives. advantage of Canals and B.Riobo Joseph P. de, Repsher Oeo. No. 134. 70 feel on lotrndentia Street. ''remitted attention to business. to gain S

rI. Rail Ro, pages'-dvo. besides a number of schedule Midn. II. JBorbnr Igns. ESTATE OF XIME. ES. JOHN A. HALL & CO.
11 sheets The())mmluJOQen conclude by Scott J. M. finger lobo Shackleford J. / Four spars OD the Suburb west of the ALL persona Indebted'to the estate of .
1. saying, "The (lee. and reasonincspreseu- Baker Join Slaughter R. f U'Stroud; S. Siren city of Pensxola. amount of taxes $00033-4 WAIT deceased are hereby
s ) ,-il d,;>e believe clearly show, that both .y Julia, Sutton II. Sientic Coostanee, F. T. COMMYNS, otifie&to come forward & make payment ttauk I'onaUng and 8a'Yeanrtllt

$ %Caoala and Rail Roads are highly Important Shaw Waahiogton.T. Tax collector for Escambia county. aDd all those having claims against said estate \ Bat I.aling -
meant of internal coiarauolcation that .-Tuttlfl A. R. Pensaeols Jany. 15th 1835-flm.; are requested present their. account
each has Its peculiar advaatajca, and will V.-VanderCookNj.\I.. 2., Vaughn Ambrosw. m mttlt au
l' predominate according to the character of RANDAL ALLIS i\lU$ of Sale and Justice's
W. Wentworth
Edward ...
i II She route, and the trae for which p U In Ad.a oJatrator.
tended to providr. 3, Waiter John, Warters G a B. Willis. AT,.- THIS OFFICE. March 28th l835.-3.. 4. n\an'k.lt for sale here. .

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1. TA."nion.ClII mutt be pre emd" out of joint as ever The rock upon which covered with sculpture, and mcrsl! ;irionof perpetual stateliness, silence'and
U D 11( .SQ It( eIL1>I. _, MtI..ir-Jlail ('ulnlllbia. these allies pUt is thonght to hn the am large columns oJ(1S0 the wall, and the splendour i here even the choir of Men
SATURDAY *. The """Viwto/Me Called State* neaty-a mcnwirc which however notwithstanding top planted with a line of Hatues The did voices, or the rich peal of the APRIL 25 1838 -A monument of tla"I iad om said patriotism the King's personal dislike to it, fc black dome scarcely appear at imposing : from the distant chapel, rather charms

HORRIBLE-The annals of crime and of our forefathers. An obserwico of the continuance of M. mil+ in office, Is all its giant prototype at Florence, and the than breaks the impressive stillness| and

infatuation can scarcely furnish a parallel its principles the surest guarmee to a perpetuation likely to M, and It II said..must be, conceded whole outline tOlln) eng' no extraordinary' : when the weather I" ute no cloudy and
! for of our civil liberties. Opinions still differ is to the final re promise of tins dazzling vom/r of modern dark, the streams of light descending from
an outrage, committed in this city on Yankee JOfJl. suit The C'ourrier Fraite-aw pcrcM that architecture.And above, and, filling<< among bright picture,, '
Saturday night last. A Mr. Whittaker, 3. The 1'rctidtnt of the (',..,t'd' S'atu- the 1\lanhalllolds the th< coinmi! !ion ol pillars of bronre, colourtd marbles, and amass

who has for some years been engaged hereIn His sun is descending into the evening of forming the MinNtry another, Marshal so this is the mighty St. PcterV- of golden decoration, reflect a mellow )

business, after returning to his residence lifer shedding arouud it a halo of glory, Gerard i the rcn!' itutionel, that it ha we are certainly disappointed. radiance not unlike sunshine.No t
which shall illuminate the political horizon bern entrusted to M. Mole our own correspondent firnt one cnn comprehend this wonderful
from ; But I had been armed against, a disappointment : i
a public his
asembly'-i&h: wife, cut for ages to come JttctoonV Marr/t to M Thlerr) the Monsieur as an illusion, and my' curiosity stnicturc at n single visit,unless he mounuinto I
hfr throat from tar to tart and then made 4. The flee President of the I'ntteit mamtinm a prudent silence upon the ..ubjrt'l. inflamed by conflicting account and the C1l11Ol1l1lild| ball bat who em k

an unsuccessful attempt to destroy himself State 5.7Zhe and the Ileadsof Department. metaphysical paradoxes. The, more Mr angers reaches the giddy height of the first bainslindo t

by cutting his own throat I When the Army iFashtngton'.laacch. When the I'lica left Frincf, it wn gener read and near about it, the more they in i he interior of the cupola, or the
6 The Aiiey.' ..lly" believed that the bit I of indemnityw involved In contradictory expectations jet more dreadful summit of the second,
alarm was given, they were both found It1* march is on the mountain wave, ould pass the Trench Climber*: but the are They are told that, its portico from : whoever observes ihe breadth (land ttland

lying on their piazza, weltering in blood, Its Home is on the Deep" subsequent y of England. the perfection of architecture upon their .night' lil.t pruportiunsufits roof, and beholds

tbe wire of course, entirely dead, and Whit. Star Spangled Banner announcing the dissolution! of the French, ceases to report correctly to their minds, I thr scene from its ball, mutt leave it ertf
taker himself in 7. Our distinguished Cuttt tiorernor Ministry, may retard the*ttlt'mrnt'Ithat that trAr/Mft/wilnaNcnsoofils grandeur and
a dangerous mtuation- and that the building u bO large, it appear
l"loJt.-The appointment of such a man question At the sitting df the Deputies, small. immensity'-Mtixficd that he has seen one
It is said he will recover. He was: actuated to preside over Florida,is a gratifying proofof on the 14th of February,'l a royal ordon- Well* shall of the wonders of the world. '
by jealousy. the high regard which the President of nance wa read, appointing De mouieain e see.:.. I cannot say that the ,('fne awakened t

Justice for the. United States has for its best interests. Assistant i Commissioner' for the di>*<'lIl1l1ion< Several minutes were panned in mea"u. my heart any religious feelings for It U t
inuit be
reasons ob- f Governor march.In of the bill relative to the AJnerlcan Treaty. ring its ample facade that too crowded with works of taste and genhu -
} enjoy tag alt'.t'
vious to the writer, cannot be admitted, in offering this toast JuJgo Camt'ron.the This I it the only mention we find of the A- able state of muni promucd; by suspense -too full of the pride pomp and power m
tu columns The election mcriran Tins >> ( had't'uit' of man-for the of simple piety.
our over, we President of the day, made some remarks, question pointm on the eve of gratification. flpt'rallon
some surprise, as K<"reloforo it had riivfteblemind turns, too much to too
shall take < Yon have held in hand a long.C'x-
tonne opportunity to give our which, with an appropriate reply of some your
not been usual for the committee to choose I hough of Thon"l.dcn and Canova-cfItrabante
letter and with
paused playing
views at large on the iubjt.'Ct.1Ir. length, from Governor Eaton,we are sorryto a reporter, until they lnVc agreed<< upon pleating peeled anbieties, your thumb, and finger' and Bormini-of Raphael and

A. F. Keene is still with us. lie was be unable to supply GOT E. concluded which. they' hive: 10 deride. and arranged pressing the : his remarks with the the basis of the project which they may' and spiritual influences the modest humility
have had his last soiree : : following sentiment After all, the marvellous is JI'litihlul.
to yesterday evening t
have to submit It appears that, in the of Christianity and the forgetfulnerar
but the state of the weather prevented. t present iae the Cunmiittcohtic: divided In the vestibule wr Mopped again. II distrust of earth with which a mortal
. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the l'acola-lls delightful Ibrbuulhcr \- the labor among all the members each one looks ucr-lIIore rich-mure gigantic. should approach the throne of Omnipotence,
weather 1 ladies and ho citizens and their liberal hospitality having n special question given to him to lie, fur the in< mint,.drowned in wonder
many gentlemen, w 8. Thenejt idenL-fay he examine, nnd after they have all\ got! We stood at the door of the colossal and admiration of human power. The rent
had not been apprized of Mr. K's. determination carryout through, their labors are to submitted. toM blasted amid deracinated w reek of the Coliseum
those principles which have charade. utriielure, Two or three time* I mixed ,n, i
to postpone thcentertainment, were rised the present administration. Dtimon, tote collected and presentedto hand, and ilcsulH 1 to prolong the slight dui Imp'r.... me more deeply with relljjious i
in attendance at the hour appointed. This Jlail to the Chirf. the Chatnlicni It was trough that the ter of breathless ex pa'I umn, tIIt'tlitaUol11fcrtin/ me aa the human r

is his last night i in Fensacola 9 The mtmorv of anlunstoH.-Diree committee would not ret_ before An old betfgir-woman suddenly lifted time! heart is often alftctcd by disappointntrnt '
evening the middle litter of March and modern
10 I'ranCl.-Urr chivalry and her' or part heavy curtains, all\l-.tIl6 inter or temple sorrow. The gorgeous
Italn or shine, he leaves for Mobile on strength, forbid the idea that she can be unjust The Momteur, the official piper of the broke upon u*. temple resembles a bosom swollen with y ,
I Monday We hope, and I if the weather or unfaithful in the execution of her 12th February, express a,doubt whether pride and triumi.h-brnton the luxuries of __ 11:

permit, we doubt not, he will have "a treaties. Let her internal ,disscnlions' be the Chambers w ill allow the Americans the I have spent hours and days In St. Peter's opulence and earning for operation, while I'Iho
what she know three million of interest, as \tell as the I first inn, desolate and silent remnant of ancient
bumper at parting." they may, yet must that' since wrote the above. My
principal, and i+ uncertain whether the rime and splendour shadow a fourth the I
her treaty with the United State shall be previous of its Intern I mr I could not define ;
Nulls fication.-It seems from a late,Key stirctly and literally complied with. Government will recommend it, in addt and, for a time, I doubled whether I ties name breast and experience has shown It
Auld tion to the twenty-five nllllofis, agrcably In It hud the enu'tiness' of earthly grandeur--hae j
I West that a bobbery has Gene Syne. not secret little dumppoJntcd.
Enquirer quite
11. Internal Improrem'nt.'Ihe bond to the treaty. The same paper adds, "The seemed to one pnviou that from the blasted i to hopes, humbled its ambition and I
! been kicked up there, among the municipal -: of Union hich is to cement all parts- o(( hesitation on the part of the Ministry' !i:4 represented multiplicity of description,, I must hnvi crushed it with the recoil of its own evil

authorities of the place, in consequence' this confederacy into one indissoluble as arising from their anxiety to- formed a tolerable idea! of its sire, and 1 passions T. ft. r 'Jt ,
of the passage of a late Law of the Legislative whole. 'Clinton' .11I1'lh. alter' such a middle course a* at once to a- trod at first, across its visit' floor, as if this I
void nil cause of quarrel with the United Pnhli meetings In .various parts of the. I
council repealing the act incorporatingthe \ 12. .E'IQrirla.-The land of Sun & 1 lowers were not my first viMt-so fortified was I
Home sweet JI 1IIt. States, and at the same time to secure the, against being thrown off guaul I Rtatt'ofNcw' \'olk Indicate strong dls tisfnction -
inhabitants of the Island. This law 13. Woman adoption of the bill by theChamlxi*. hut knew also how gradually its my ttnniensitywould on the part of mechanics and oth-, "

seems to have taken the municipal authorities The lat, best, dearest gift to man- the treaty of KM: recognizes the interest open upon mv I measured its vast. era with the employment of eontleta in )l

"all abtck. Among its provision Woman appear'd and happiness began. equally with the principal." chapels _and broud aisles, crossed backward : the Slat. Prisons in mechanical trades, I ::
Cvme haste to the fI FRENCH LETTERS OF MARQUE. itt columns and Judge 'penc'r' of that state tccommend
edding. and forward
is one, requiring, under a penalty of fifty PARIS FEB 28.-Thc .4mericainallrcM! among that tonvkt labor lie turned to the manufacture
dollars, that all moneys collected as taxes, Aterthis toast,Mr. A. F. Keene, (the vocalist Journal) put.lishet the following. article In arches altar and to retraced the Jnor mv vuth steps from of the its of llk. To obtain a plentiful MII>- ,

hhall be paid over to the Justices of the ) who was one of the guests, sang in its number of the 24th : great gigantic dimensions,, that Increased survey buns ply ofv\orm. ho advl!(>. that bounties Lo I

Peace. The Mayorand Aldermen, believing his best style, and fifth the happiest effect, "Several applications for letters of before it awakened into enthusiasm. I was given forth tearing of mtUberry trees. It t
have been sent from our depart in estimated that the annual importation of
Let the toast be dear ." marque for tar i
1tollla" I however will prepared
this of the law to be ex post facto not,.. so
part '
ment to the Ministry The Minister of Marine silk good into this country Is to the extentof
y have, in solemn assembly, "thrown themselves The President of the day being called on has replied to one of these applications grandeur of its Interionr idea nor itf itsupkndour cnn I hope loconvey tcu millions of dollars; exceeding enid

for a toast gave "The Florida Alabama & that In the which any adequate erably the value of bread stuffs exported.
upon their reserved rights" Deem uncertainty prevails respecting It does not consist in too un.el ..bow"hi..hdeeorat,11 our :
i the issue of the difference with America Instructor in the whole of
Georgia Rail Road. : but of process :
ing themselves the sole "judges of the mode the enthedrals, .
he could not at positively exeelient the mnnnfacturocould t present
The first Vice President matehlenn;
calledon works of art
on being the most -
and measure of redress, they appeal to accede to the application ; but that he would front England..., where the manufacture, aaIn :
Congress:: to annul the law'; while in,a spirited after a few remarks, offered, \V M. P. take due notice of it promising to pal attention paintings marbles in the, of mo precious aiek-immense value and slabsof extreme well) known ha* been for some lime car I'

1 editorial article, the presses of the Territory DUVAL-Health happiness and prosperity to it, if occasion should, rare beauty-numerous' statues, which rlcd on with great success, though the >>
climate will not admit ohbec llure. .. '
attend his retirement.
arc called upon to raise: their voices peopleeveryeolumn and embrasure-colossal ,
The New York E\ Star slates that
( The second Vice President The cuing tombs and monuments of the and "
aloud such gave, popes ,
and cry agimsj oppression. its private correspondence fram ParK un- AN EXPECTED COJIEf.A .
trade and navigation of Pensaeola der dime. 1 tth February, sayi,' "the conciliatory other illustrious dead,: wrought by the magnificent comet Wkpeclcdtd make l' '#'

, DINNER TO GOV EATON.At In the course of the entertainment Gov. course! pursued by Congress has most renowned from the walls artists in' angels altitude hover around 1111 uPI) lal1rt' Htirtcg, the 'pitHtnt year' I

a meeting of the citizens of Pensaeola, Eaton gave 'produced the best effect, and you maycalculate The eyes and the mind ache every with the' glare The American Almanac states that tiro """* / ;

Vld on Friday the 17th_at the City Hall, C. I While I'andal is a term of reproach upon a favorable termination of! and dazzle. The first visit U not enough will return to their perftielmm, end al.o'
'he affair or the All the leading their "
t. tnaty. to perigee, or .points nearer to the)
..Evans Eiq:Mayor of the city, was called to throughout tho world, may the I'andalia 'bunkers are using their Influence to pro- for tho soul to receive the streams of light earth, But ns from some unknown -
which flow in it from all I
'the chair and A II Bowman, was appointed give joy and rejoicing to our country." 'duce this result" ',' ? those upon points. wandered ihe- f'QUIII'," says the editor," thoUght of these
Secretary. A committee was named to Kir. Mattison, first Lieut. of the Vandalia The New Fork Journal of Commerce ofMonday huge among marble forms, the superb vases,, and bodies semis lobn coustanily dimltiithiiig,
The opinions expressed in it 4s doubtful whether either of
n&itonhls JOHX II. EATOI made suitable reply. says, toe brazen spiral pillau-ar'hell .column' the IWQ :
Excellency, ,
the letters recicved from from Fence are ; will I hf! alslbletothdnaked eyeor indeed
and tender him a Public Dinner. The following ,Dy Capt. W. II. Chase. 1 uniformly favorable to the passage of the and domes lead the eyes, lost and enra Ptun without the as+itanecofa very powerfultelescope. j'

is the Letter of invitation, sent by The Jieruacola" Norfolk Rail Road.- < Indemnity Bill We have had access to a the red,immense from one majestic Irradiated wondrrtoaiiothert with toflpaintings ." Put late Fngliah: paper tj e I
Extract from the Pensaeola Gazette dated ,
4 the most respectable sources Falmouth Packet contain notice of
good from a !
the and the thereto.To many aa
committee answer
and and
the 23dbf April 1842. Arrived the U. 8. and find no difference opinion on the ; descending light, more Interesting work.fry Lieut II. Morrison,
his Excellency John H. Eaton. Steam Car Governor Eaton in 48 hours more impressed me whit a sense of rotund "
I subject Some of them speak in the most (if .the Boys! whlch.spcaks of the
that enchanted and amazed NUl'
Governor of Florida: from Norfolk. A informs us vanities me -
passenger "pooitive terms, such as whoever may be Comet which bo seen between, the
SIR. The inhabitants of Pensaeola hail that Admiral Dallat1 fleet sailed from 1 It is certainly the throne and centre of
Ministers,the bill will certainly p8AA.- month.of May and August ai'I irostmagnificent
with much pleasure, your arrival among Hampton Roads,the day before yesterday." 'The language we have quoted la used by earthly magnificence, where every' thing !is ., phenomenon.." Winch of
them, and as a testimonial x>f the high respect Iy A. F, Keene members of the Chamber of Deputies who gorgeous, but rha"I. those mentioued in the Ameilcan,Almanac' '
they entertain for your character and Pensaeola-From her local,iuo/ion, and are al !o, merchants and bankers, and As lingered In this wonderful temple I is here alluded U>, is not known-perhspa '
public services, tender to you, through us her delightful harbonr, she ought to command write to their correspondents here for fascinated and amazed, I, found that. I wa it is neither. Lieutenant Morrison state
their' committee, a Public Dinner, at such commerce. May the talented projector their guidance in business of mutual Intel beginning slowly, but completely, to appreciate that It will be far more splendid .'than that
time as may best suit your convenience of her contemplated Rail Koadft, l ." its stupendous proportions that, of 181 L. It is even affirmed, that it will af.
., We have the honor to be with the highest Chase away every impediment and be I In 'wandering about, I sometimes, for a ford a decree of light ual to, that of thaw ,
respect crowned with the success, which his pas Blackwood a complimentary notice moment mistook the small cupola for the full moon-Uiat Us tall will extend nvetorly

your no:obt servants.,, tirotic exertions so richly,deserve... of the Buccaneer opens a poem l that. .. when. the.hfid ot ,.
J. A CAMERON, Dy A. F. Keene-Mrs. E TOa Lady Massachusetts, with a cordial passage re- of the! side wave, till, after a r.IIlelJII: the comet reaches the meridian, its tail will
HANSON KELLY by birth-the eonllOrr"of a gentleman by lating to thw country from which we ex- the superior vastness of the real length: i each the horizon. It 1 J. predicted that the
WALTER GREG RV nature.A broke sight At lout I fairly PI
tract the following upon my electric and attractive power will have ye.
CHA& C. KEYSER, number of other volunter toasts were May peace bo between us:: while time yielded to tbe overpowering and effulgent ry seclous effect upon our atmosphere in ;L/ .111.t.
JOHN JERR1SON Jr.tinmittee.. endures and though we should. unwill- splendours of a region surpaaiiiog con ep- prodoeing Inundation, earthquake stormstemped
drank but we have not been able to get them. s
*/ were ing to go to war with any body yet if the lion, and its dimensions, .. well as lu ., volcanic eruptions, and. pI4rm- #
t k_ The following sentiments communicated American navy mum have a brush with splendour, began to grow upon my Imagi (I.! diM-asr. In support of lie iheo/y, fee
GctTLCMEY Your note of invitation to by gentlemen who were invited and the French and our national honor or Interests nation. Convinced, at length, of my inability refers In the different/" appearance 01 that'
a public dinner in behalf of the inhabitants could not attend. demandjor justify it, may a British to measure distances accurately I comet for the last aa hundred years-
of Pensacola I have the honor to delighted to feel myself a region of illusions -
that hi the
Dy Capt Webb, of the Navy. squadron appear lo windward and the victory showing comet years these phenomena .
acknowledge. Altho'on tbe score of I where the reason is ever employed'In s
personal prevailed to considerable
Your honorable the chief be to the stars and stripes with or a ejicut.
guest present
feeling, it might be preferable to avoid magistrate of Florida ;-his zeal and patriotism ,' without the of the leopards, not to the tri correcting the errours of the eye, and Relying (" says the author) on the the cor*
subjecting you to any such manifestation of for the good of his country, entitle cylor. No fear of that, for, we know by where by an unaccountable enchantment tartness of our principle of comnsryindu s
respect towards me, the polite manner,oritstend'er him to the gratitude of his fellow citizens proof of the metal of American ship and American the superb shapes. which appear only" of epee we venture to predict, that the iun>.
forbids me to decline It. I begtherefore own size dilate. *s approach above
seamen, tbat they alone are worthy your you mer of IttJ3 will bo remarkable for intense
to cay, that the proffered civilityof By Dr. Hub, of the Navy. of railing in the tame line of battle your reach and beyond your: eempre- heat which may be cipected to destroy the I
the citizens of Pensaeola thro' extended Florida her resource are like the wisdom hension. Inhere lovely women expand
you harvest In
with a fleet of that power who so long has. some partspf ." tlc1. That
is accepted; and under the privilege of Solomon-"The half has not been told. held the dominion of the seas..* : into glints and rhbbby infanta into fFar will be,noted for cartMualuui and vol.
granted, to name a day best suited to By Dr. McLeod, of the Navy, monsters. The letter illustrate, this most canoes, ardoihef similar phenomena. 1Ti (!

my convenience, I take leave to appoint Florida-My her prosperity be com Important (if trt.-TW N. Y. EveningStar surprisingly, especially those which support end of 1833, on early In 1830, may be expected .
'I'hursday next mensural with the abilities of her LegU-\ aays M Airs.. FannKtmhle Butler has Ihe vases of holy water Lien: at to be remarkable' for some one or a c
With tender of my acknowledgements presented her husband with a ton.11 the distance of a few yards yon see only more extensive rnrtbqtiak. The winter
to yourselves Individually, and 'to those tortBy Lt. Melntosh, of the Navy, -- such tender cherubs.smile In the mothers of ItCJ or T will bring a frost soch.. ha*
whom you represent, I am, with Toe Citizens Peaiuicpla-Tho* limited Froatthe New York Mirror. :. face, and sleep In her bosom I yet, advancing n oa been equaled for at l wt!20 years. The
great respect yo. ma 'obt. -: lu numbers, unbounded in tbairhospitality. ROME-8T. PETEB-a lo encompass" with caressinghand, parts of lb. earth which we anticipate will
J. IL EATON.To and kindness. the little fat foot, or dimpled boar'OU find offer moet, are those situated to the North
Messrs.J. ',-, A.oT cloudless.morninganother instead a massive weight of marble, of Asia, and tome pa.l.of thsr southern
A. CameronJM" ? NC&-- in Rome j and now-for St. Peter's. Eve by the side of which you seem a plJ gent ncmtvpnere such as LDina. i nose parts ;
Hanson Kelly. There has been another breaking op of ry day hero, is an era in our lives. We The mosaics in the cupola, which, ( of the pane in the electrical phenomena. y
Walter Gregory, ,- the French Ministry; but of the causes. of reach the castle of Ht Angelo and lean a below, reemblermootholl-paintings, upon earlhquskr because the frequent Internal 1
C. C. Ke> cr the explosion.we are uaadvifted. The Pa. moment over the bridge, looking Into the examination, turn out little coloured bits of changes which the combustion, creates
J. Jernson, ; ns Journals .were occupied with speculations muddy, narrow' Tiber. Amid hovels and glass, pucee of brick stuck, apparentlywith must neceasarlly prodnr a derangeoventofeleetnclty.
Cumm ltel. u to the reconstruction of the Cable rand"gutters, we came into a sqtiare really rude hands into soft phutnaiwl there And Jrw Ill:the comet Is ,
net;:and one of them positively'asserts thai ..paciouover the circus of Nero" now left to barden. We hare lingered there,I near the earth over charged with electricity t
On Thursday last the dinner was servedup M. Dupin will be Prime Minister. All that nearly supported two semi-circular forborne and hours, always enleripg ii there be any Interfalgavhy: of the earth '

at Collins Hotel. The companyjincln->> -: U known, however on the .ub!ectet, is, colloniiadea, by long rows of with new emotions of pl.ayrre, and quitting kflcien of Out fluid It will rush Into the
that both Soult ens Sebastian have been high, stately columns, 'and forming a magmnccnt H with regret I will not tire you with earth at tbat spoi. ''J1t1. via esker to have ,
ding a number ofguests, was just large enough tent for and both have,arrived in Paris. / covered way the roof decorated trite rCAectlotl1 by the tomha of the great, been the cane In iM, near Naples.w hen
fill tbe The,full .. In the centre ride which enricli-this mighty temple as well
lo room. enjoyment The London Morning Herald of the 11th Egyptian the sudden tending of the. earth dnlroyed
of the festivity could not hue been 1 of March contains the following; an obelisk-soother monument with lad for tbe mind as tbe eye.ou 40 QUO human ting, '- \

witbout the of all*who were From France we received last night, by 01 man' hand older than history pause before the monuments where lie It U to be hoped that no*greater Irregu
had presence express, the1' Paris papers with our usual whose origin be cannot trace, and whose popes and ,nobles, and, leaning over the larltiee or extrrraee In the weaiker than
there, and yet there was scarcely loom for correspondence, of Monday No progress inscription be cannot read. On each aide gorgeous balustrade of the holy confessional I.. have had for twelve months past, will

one who was not had then been made in the ministerial arrangement Is a large granite fountain, whose water look down into the consecrated vault- visit n. as atttrw.p .n an- 'J(
The Hon. Jou!+ A..CAMCBM presided at *. Just u the public and the leap, sparkling, iota the air, and fall]back& where, amid rare suture and precious marbles peeted celestial' vUiianL t deiak Aime ted.,
Bmi. D. Waicirr and'II press were beginning to assume that tbe around sprinkling the board. pavement shrined In silent splendour and 'lighted 'e% douUJs w. produced / d
time Dinner and Cabinet 'would be fuiBJehed. by the joint with showers of feathery ..... At the by a hundred ever horsing, lamp teat theataospbeTe but whether the &
KKU.T Esqa. acted as first and second Vice Ingenuity of Marshal tfemlt, Count Mole, farther aide of this oval enclosure a gentle' the remains of the great apostle. states or fW4Irl' ofUn otmofpitrt are in
Presidents. and M. Baranle, the work appears to have ascent, and everal long law steps conduct One never Urea of 8t J'eter'r I tread any way connected wkb the nrolutione of

The following' toasts were drunk, aecom. been suddenly spoiled by the outbreak of ns to what seems a row of Urn, stale lie gamble floor over_and peer again, rapt I the comets is a question. cot 1bapp..

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,in the second article of the treaty of the! to the west of the Mississippi, under from date I will to the gout rheumatism to that.d-sreti that he ,.,HE subscriber.just received a large
elttef nth of June, eighteen hundred and the pro isiont of the eighth article of 'the SIX'eeb of was not able to move h*** /,,0'"ute thousand dollar I tnatTohhe sixth of May, eighteen hun Washington Judge the-County for Letter,of Courtof been to thiee hM'lWa, and finding title description. They were prepared bythetxctety
To the Creeks, L' et.y wa |>enuhoed (bya of bhaktrs in Coniiecticuts and
annuity,*tlpuUted i ia the eighth article of dollar BUNKCR. dcocMed.on estate of JONATHAN*. .' friend of ills) to,try Dr. Baltman1 Drops, and are warranted. '1 he following is a
the treaty with them of the twenty-fourth Err the subslslance of the tame for I STEPHEN J. ROCHE. which he did, and by tile blessing MOod, catalogue of the bteds.hne .
of :March! eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twelve months alter their arriraj, 'wet"of Feb.. .Lt (his time .U free from pain', and says be W Onion, Yellow Qnion, Red On-
,twelve thousand< dollar the Mississippistipulated in the same treaty -, 7,1834r43-6l. __ would not be without a bottle of Drop bj ion, Early Blood urnip Beet, Early
For taft Kop. ort of a blacksmith and as- twenty thousand five hundred dpi.lar O'l'lCJ: him on any account. Sugar do. do. Early grange do. do. Salad
si i.tant, stipulated in thirteenth article of *. : I JohnilJlaras1 July 21, 1750. or.bwi>. Chard do. Long Diced do. Long
,toe came, seven hundred & twenty dollars. Nor the expenses of.certify ing. contracts notice perwins concerned are Transferda eel : This is to certify, whom it itiay concern, Mange \\ urtztl do. Lot g \> bite fecaicity
t' For ihp purchase of iron aud steel, &c., for Cieek reservation, under Die provisions that by Deed of that sometime since, I Tbuma.Smith,- was do. bcarJct Carrot, (very fine,) Orange
,two hundred and twcuty dolUn/ I of the treaty of the twenty fourth of November 26, 1W4; all my debts and demand atrlictPd with such a.Lad cough,''that I believe do. Hie**! do. Early: Horn do. Guernsey
For the purpoflOI! of education, stipulated I March, eighteen Juiidred and thirty two, due by( '.ute, or by book account, for.about five weeks 1 could never lie Parsnip, Long While do. Early Clutter
in thirteenth article of the same, three one thousand eight hundred dollar or otherwise, and hether payable to A. down In'my bed, or get half an hour's sleep Cucumber, Extra Long do. Long Creel '
;ihrwaand dollars.'J For the expenses of locating reservation A. M. Jaekaot and Co. to Jackson and in a night, without being disturbed by the do. Early France do. Early do. Prickry
Far the annuity three chiefs, stipulate under the provisions of the treaty with the Norris, or 'to ,the subscriber"individually, said cough, but by taking a bottle or two tihcrkindo. Superior \\ ater melon, Janly
IQ the eleventh! article of Ihe 'same, four Choctaws the twenty seventh of September have been transferred to Artuuas felone. of Dr. Batemtn' }hope, as prescribed,the Appleteed 'do. Large Muskmelon, line
hundred dollars eighteen hundred and thirty two thousand All those indebted to me will therefore after cough entirely) left me the first night 1 took Nutmeg Melon Large Cantelope do. Green
7> Me Creeks, We t. -For the limited dollars/ the said date make payment tp the said It, and I slept very sound for live er *six Citron do. Fomegranate'' do. Egg Melon,
annuity, stipulated 'in the fourth article of To replace a portion! of the annuity of Stone, or to his agents lawfully authorized. hours, and when awaked, 1 found m}sell Dutch Summer Squash, Cush Crook do.
/tie treaty wjth) them of the twenty fourth : the Chick: ",,,a*s for the'dear eighteen hun- ALDKM= 4 A. M. .JACKSON.- "; In a *w eat perfectly free from any stoppage do. Crookncck bummer do. Crookneck
cf January wgbteen hundred sad twentyalr dred and thirty two stolen from ton a- Noy. 2fl. 18MMAV a. before, and now I nm a* r. ell .IUI et er Winter do. Mammoth do. N hate CI'shawdo.
twenty thousand dollars. Kent( in conformity with the provisions of be the atV hitcchapcl, London, from yours Cocoanut do. Mammoth Pumpkin.
For the support of a blacksmith:/ and a*, the fourth article of the treaty .with thepiorimoixs )had at PENSACOLA 1' bmitht Connecticut do. Cheese do. Imperial Su-
itstant stipulated: In the eighth article of '. of the fourth article of the treaty MORE, Palafox Street, the gar Loaf Lettuce, Early \\ hit Head do,
with them the Doct. Balenian's genuine Pectoral Drops.Inuamerabie William Mallet, jof same pariah, was do. \f hits
the same, levei hundred mud twenty .dollars of twenty fourth of May ice of Green Head do. Ice Cos
eighteen hundred and Instance* might be given ol For a long time afflicted with the Rheumatism Core Donum do. Cabbage
thirty four one thousand do. Magnum LOR -
Iron I dollars.! their happy elw<:t... cud power, which not au4 having had the advice: of several
For the purchase of and steel, &c., Head do. Long White Naples Radish
and one in a hundred can mId of act immediate able physicians, could get no ease, tW'Iwas 1
two hundred mid twenty dollars.For Furholding treaties with the Laddo Scarlet Short lop dct1'\ rple bbott Top
the suppprt of a wheelwright! .stipulated Chainnunche aud other wandering tribes-- cure i.. cases of Agues, levers, I'luxes, persuaded to try Dr. Cattman's drops, do. Long Salmon db-l.ung Scarlet do.
of Indian Aflbmas, (,;(,10gb., Colds, Rheumatism, and found more benefit in one bottle or two '
in same six hundred dollar *,:?west of the State of Missouri bcarlet or Cherry 1 urnlp do. White
,For agricultural implement stipulated add the Territory of Arkansas: ten.thousand Gout, Hume Ylllls.-Thu ChulrcGratel&c.&c. than everj had done before, and am now FallSi>ai.i h to.! black do. Early SiSgar
dollars. Byer. lmparallellcd success! as well a* ever I was in my life.
}in the eighth article of the saoic lwu> thousand loaf Cubiage Early George do. Early
dollar For fulfilling the fifth article of the treaty which has attended the use of these Pills, William Mallet, Auguts 14, 1749. Dutch do. Early': erk do., Large York or
'.#! 'J'nr the support of a blacksmith and' a.- with the Pot ta watt a mics of the Wabash, for the period that they have now been before John homes, of York, hat ing been afflicted Harvcut do. Early Ballerbca do.:\ Early
fcUlau sUuulitad in the fifth article of the dated October twenty sixth,eighteen hun the public; is the surest pledge' that above these, seven years with the BullcckV Heart do (very fine.) Large Lcr-
t:vat y of the fourteenth of February elgb- dred and tw two, seven thousand three can possibly be given of their highly valua rheumatism, in that degree that he lost the gen do. Drumhead do. Late Dutch do. Mat
tctn hundred and thirty ,three, seven hundred hundred,.and fifty seven ,dolUis and fifty ble'pro tJrtws. As H Medecine for general use of his limbs, and b tog persuaded by a Dutch (very fine,) do' Green Savoy: do.
twenty dollars. cell t.t. application, in purifying the Blood,.and particular friend to take some of Dr. Date \'rllodo.. Green Glazed do. Turnip Rooted *
For the "retaso of Jron andtteel&e; ., For carrying Into effect the treaties re- producing a healthy action through the entire man's Pectoral Drop, and after taking two do. Red Dutch do. Lole\\flrt, Large
two( hundred and twenty dollarsfrr cently ratified with the Pallawallaiuios of range of the Hystem, the Proprietor bottles, he bad the use of his limbs us "ell) Purple: C"pc Irocoli, W bite do. Early
the support of wheelwright, or w.on.m"ker .- Indiana and the Mine five challenges successful: competition.; It is.t as ever. Cnuliflowcr Half Hardy do. Late Dutch do.
f stipulated In same six hundred ,thousand four hundred and sixty nrue"dul-; once the safest chlapest.and mldetl, a* Thom son's Lee's Genuine (indham]) Cesarean Kale or Cow Cabbage, Scotch
dollars... tars.Fur : well,as most rffectuul in the world. In a- Bilious i ills or family n.tdeciue-In all Kale Early Dutch or Spring Hat 1 urnip,
For>hepupoics; >> of education, dnrlnl the carrying into effect the treaty I ny little complaint of the btomach or Bowels -I cases of obstructions they set as a mild and i tarly: Garden Stone do Norfolk Hat do./
pleasure of the .President stipulated; in same with the Chlppewafl, Otto ways and Pot- or of the head,&c. one, two or three 'speedy purge and will be found very convenient Fine Scotch or Aberdeen do. Rutabnga d brv t"noundolJal'l.. tawaUtunle concluded Chicago Septembet of No. ? Pills taken on retiring at night, physic for families a* they may :Long UIIDO\er do. Sage, Large .Lt 11 Pep-
7V/t.chtr lteu.-For ,the permanent twenty sixth, eighteen hundred and give sound sleep and restore the healthytone safely be given to childien and will speedily i1 i- per..jiiach: do. Cayenne do. Purple Ell
annuity, stipulated .in the third and sixth thirty three, one million thirty two thousand of the body. These Pills have been 1 relieve them from obstructions in theirst I Plant, Curled Cress cr Pcppergra Plain
ofluae, .av atea ;hundred and 'ninety- six hujidjcd and eighty nine dollars found eminently usefu) in the following, among / passages w hick are generally the cause: Cress \\ .tet Cress, large 'Icnmto, Small
fo'IT, and the second of, October, Seventeen and fifty three cents. other Complaints, via. Quinsy, of disturbed sleep,,'with pains and a feverish do. Vegetable Oyster bcorzonera kiteSaud
tt hundred and ninety eight, six thousand Fur defraying the expenses o( conductIng Dyspepy, Headache, Cough, Catarrh, Colic habit ) seamen, and \rat ellert, will fine Celery, sore-ctlored} Solid do. Summer :
A9'l1us.' said treaty two thousand five hundred Cholera Bilious Colic Gravel, Piles, them deserving a place in there stores as bavory, V.arClrled; Parsley Cur
i 7o the Q'/upaw-For the purpow of and thirty six dollars/ and fiAy three cents.: Jaundice, Consumption, the various classes they may be taken ithout any jftttTtlpticmto led ParsleyCurled do. New Zealandbpinage -
education: during the pleasure of the' Pre*- For the epciue of exploring party of of Fevers, Fever and Ague. Scrofula business, or danger of taking colds;. }'Iato<.ere do. Round do. Green Curled -
".te.-I, 'I lent stipulated In the' third article of the fifty 1'ottaw attamlea, from the Chicago a- Syphilis: Palpitation of the Heart, Rheumatism. inestmable virtues of these'pUls, are Endive, Broad Leaved do. \\ bite
<& treaty: with them of the thirteenth of May, gency to the went! rf the AlI."rllippl i, nine testified &e. &e. Numbers have already .Tbe, well known throughout the.United Mustard, Brown do. Long White Okra,
'/eijh'een:/ hundred and thirty. three; one thousand five- hundred and fifty three dol- to their astonishing powers in the States and; the ellt-Iochu, to need,ai>> port Green do. Aspars ; ,
.lhrtlla.tn.4 <-4Allftf*. cure of Diseaxe. and new evidence are particular description of them. in an ..d uri Rocttettc.. Ccrn balled. Curled Cbenil.Erglit : .
lars.To -
''l For the {Hmited annuity, .tft lated lit the defray the expense'*which have been constantly arising. The use ofImgI; tiyement i t suffice it-t toaay there is no .family : h 'Sorrel l: Lack' Saflton. "Skirret,
t fourth article of the treaty of the.thir- incurred or may be incurred in any negotiation Dollar Package w ill in most cases convince medicine now I.II.DIi' that is found so Migitnette, for feeding'liffilt Bweet. Marjoitnbwetilhyne -
letn'hof' May, eighteen hundred and- 'thirIjr with the Cherokee, for the cession a patient of their great curative properties. universally used 5 _the tnparaUcLcd demand bweet lavender. Lemon I
three, two thousand dollar i of their claims in Georgia, alabama, North Indeed a fair trial of them, in accordance for them from all quarter; aid the Lalm, Early Golden Sioux Corn,
-. For the support of*blacksmith and arsia i -, Carolina-and Tennessee, the sum of four- with the direction accompanying each influx of order continually: increasirg, bespeak Early: Tuwaiora do. Latly Sugar do.!
taM, stipalatod ID'the third articlejof same teen thousand one hundred and fifty eight package: ,. ia the only .recommendation. they their intrinsic ntui above all oth Early Washington 1'cary Early: June do. ,
*4vi; hundred nnd twenty dollars. dollars, seventy five. cents. need. ers. Practitioners: of P4 tic i Sea t'aptain*, Larly: Charltcmdo.\ Early: .lJi.t\p's I'roll- ,.4
For the purchase iron .and steeel,&cn To defray holding a Ifateman't. Drop*.-The following directions and Overseen Plantaiioji, are fully' u. tic Peas, )1 hup Narrow tat elo. 1)w art I relite .
" ,'two hundred and twenty doUa,.:, treaty with theliandseIndians, in Louis! will best illustrate the invaluable the use'of them, andiron impartial tape<< dc. Dvarf blue Inpcrhil 'do. Lorly ;
. I For4he' support of J1 farmer stipulated iana SlId Aakantas, the sum of five thou- qualities of.this-excellent specific You rience: for a number of yttrs, well know China Dwaif teats: Early: Lun Color (
I .In aims, six hundred dollar sand dollars. are desired to observe, that these Drop how to appiectate their imiiUkic viituts.VtgttabU Dwarf teens? Early', 'SIohaw Early: Fttrch j.
L'or the pay of an interpreter stipulated To repay William Marshall; th"> sum neither purge nor vomit, but are the only 'AMilk puvrftn-Original bltd or\Varln tondw'f Leans Eaily Sixty e.-k ,
..... In the sixth article of same' ,-three hundred which he advanced by order of the com- remedy that ivdges make use of to prev enl genuine concentrated compound chlorine do. Early Bob Roy( do. Refugee, or 1000)
I' ; dollar*.- ; : ffil'ionf"I holding a treaty with the ,Pottawattamie both ; given with great success in: tooth. wabb.tor to 1 eles. VVbite Kidney do. \ariegatedCranbery t
1 JblWPaiwi,M'-For the Ulf'lu"s.'n",, 'Indiana, in October eighteen all \ theYi ,of blood, consumptions changing and whitening tic teeth Pole do. [')itch luc Knfe lole
!f- )stipulated in the third article"of the hundred thirty two,one thousand four hundred agues measles, colds: coughsand Preserving the gums,' and pufilyuig the do. leer Cranl'err) Icic I cans White dn. r''
1" '""t Jtrflity with'them of"the ninth of October, and forty-four dollars and twenty five pains in the limbs or joints ; they put breath. do. Large Liu.u do. Small do. do Dutch
, ''; '\"'.. efgft'eci!hanorod and thirty three' ,four' thou- cents. off the most violent fever if taken in time, The beauty of the Teeth and gum is one White ItUMicr do.tcarlet Runner do
f .' # tputtd six: hundred dollar' For refunding to Captain William R. and give present cane in the racking tor- of the most superior present which nature LOWER: bLLLb, bhMirtfd.March .
,;, t'o&l1'icutturallmplcment., tipulatcd in Jonett, the e.xpenlt'llncurre in the necessary ment of the. Gout the same in all kind of hu*- bestowed upon man, whose duty .is 21 .JOHN t.Ail'rELL.
? 't1'r..urtb article: of name; two.thouitaud defence-in two suits brought by the chokes t they .cure the rheumatism, and i now to take.are and preserve this precious n t.\ttti\\ J\\\C.
j.. art;",,, American Fur Company and Joseph Reuvllltf what ia more wonderful, in all sorts of conation, which can only be ebeeted: by ..
For xupport of four farmer stipulated in against him, in the District Court pain they give ease in few minutes after cleaning and purifying them a* necessity Lee ainl is Cutatty A 'nHth 1633,
the ho ..v.oth article of.aarne. two, iliouaml of the United States, Mineral) Point in taken i they ease after-pains, prevent .miscarriage requires; and, we ought not to neglect N 'J'lE: I. hereby given ,that an Election
c four. hundred dollar Michigan actions of the rickets for Dele ate to re et ent the 1 er-
: Territory on : trespass *, cure in children: and this operation, since good and well (reserved H
Tn the Ckeroctut MV f.-:-For the- purputnsof for having seized certain spirits belonging are wonderful ia the stone and gravel in the Teeth and Gums belong to the great inury c/1 llonaa iii Congutswill be prod
' I ... education, stipulated 'in the fifth to them while in command of Fort snefling kidmes,.bladder and ,uterus, bringing a- est human perfection > we are often even on Moi;day the 3d day of May 1&38 at tie
frlie'e'of the treaty with them of the sixth and acting under orders from the War de- way 'slime, gravel, and sometimes clones enabled to produce by the art of,"cleaning follow lug place in said County under the
ft May,. eighteen hundred and twenty partment and for the safety of said post to of a great bigness,..and are :they very best and preserving that beauty which nature Ktiperiute-nunnce of tie ftUcvtirg ln.iccrlorsvi
,Il "eight" two thousand dollar prevent the said spirits jrom being used by medicine for all stoppages or pains in the may nave reluoed or neglected. Ly the ia:- .
Pprtbevupporfof four blacksmits and the Indians the sum of six hundred ,and stomach, shortness of breath straitnesa of use of this w ash the teeth may be thoroughly I No. 1 At the Court/ IIoLse Pensocola in
'assistant, stipulated! ta the fourth article of forty two dollars and thirty seven cents. the breast, and rekindle most natural heat I cleanced, the tartar and other impurities Ihe lit precinct, Iusi.ec:tor* George W,
kIS1iteen. of the fourteenth- February, JS ee. 2. Aral be tt further tnacted. That In dteeased bodies: by which means they removed from them, and way with the utmost buLky Francisco: ).onno and George
I hundred and thirty three' two If in the valuation made or to be made, of restore the languishing to perfect heath : safety Le substituted for Lent- Willu*. _
I tho3an1 eight hundred and' eighty\ doltur the building improvements, and other property witness those lit ingenuous gentlemen and rifice, lewder*, or Pastes _Alan any) disease ,:'0. 2 At the House of J. Cox Navy Yard',
tfof pureJjweoflron and steel,, icaighf belonging to the American board ladies that embrace all opportunities to give to which the Gums ace liable may be.sub in the 2d pieciLct. Ineicttcr Isaac K Atiddlelon -
hand red and eighty dollar of Cotnmituwontr Foreign Minions them their .. praise. Their manner of dued br..the application of this M ".)j,*and Jtt ibit>hlngkluin and L. Munio.
L. rnt he support of.. "wagonmaker a lying within'tha limits of the purchase working tu., ruodeiate awn *And urine. the natural bright and te.h.: red colour of No. 3 At the the HOLM of Davidg./ .
j.wheelwright stipulated In *ame' one thoqaviJ wade of the Chocuw tribe of Indiana, at ; The done* ten drop to a child of a year the Gum can slwye enteTtalned if this 11..1Jotlcla 10111 the 3d precinct.
two hundred dollar::, the treaty of the Dancing Rabbit Creek, it old, and a spoonful lor a grown person, in Wash be well and regularly made use of.- inspectors David' BM, t.tary Join Aujiou .
ttta-ihird* artir ifl,of ins i'ZO.lmt.t twenty\ shall ttt./oun thai Jhe.jaidjvaluauou. .u flu uarter of pint: of hot sack or ale.-M hot The breath being .( 'erwve"frolDtallDJ 6. and Samuel Keyser.
i' seven thousand five hundred dollar. less than the original coal of the name in a* it can be drank i go to bed, be covered Medicine Tabacco or from other circumstances 11o.4 At the houbeot Juun Gardner in
the expense ''of iranxportatlou and that e.. theestimated value shall be ap- up warm and compose yourself to sleep, always, be sweetened and Improved the 41h pietii.ct, Ship \'ard. JutitetusIctej
:, .' distribution of annuitie,.Mlt agriculiuraj pertloncd to the United (states, and the let the sauna be repeated but, two or three by may this W ash.IhuloothWath .- h lortvlh John hunt and John GaidfiaJ. -
Implement, tobacco, tools, &e, and, other Mid : according nights, and I doubt not but jou'll find 'so' doe not contain "' ,
'$focideatal. expense twenty nine thousand to the sums sdvancedhrothem : much: benefit: but )"OU'U be encouraged togo Acid or other Ingredient which might auy,Le "No. 6 At the House af LoAm Cotton s
five hundred dollars, .. I towards the aforsaid buildings Coin l Water. in the otkprecinct.. s
'j ly and improvements on, and readilv agree, w ith persona ofthe its chemical being : Inrpecor -
Injurious; composition
;Forth* removal of five thousand Semi-'- and the amount thus found best sense, "iz- That this medicine ol the most harmless nature. .* LoRio'cuonJam; W. Earnest and t
'.antes to their land west of the MUahnlpi.tiii'ter I due to he said Board, shall be paid to the [.with God's blessing is capacitated to an- It on* 7Vcr-The beneficial, effects that ieujLiom[ Kennedy. .
the Mvttnth article of the ninth ofMiy :Trustees thereof thereof out of any money osw all those rnis in curing the diseases have frequently resulted from the use of Ito'-6 At the house of Argur W. Nicholnon -
eighteen hundred apb thirty( two, In the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. rebere mentioned. Note it H a chjmical this tea it a safe and efhcaciou in the dui precinct. LutaideofEscambla : -
thirty three thousand three hundred and ., prove very River W .
medicine, extracted from the quintessence It Inspectors l Angus; Nicholson -
l .> thirty three dollar and'thirty three cent. bee. 3itiul b. tt further'tnarted, That Minerals and Vegetables, and ia some remedy destroying) worms.children in maybe NeiL McMillan: and Peter Wilkinson.No. .
r ,. FI1r the subsistence of the-same for the hundred given advantageously to a poor 7 the of bamuel
[ sum of eight and len dollars i rears under preparation before fit /or we. state of health though not At House Patterson
twelve_month after their arrival ,west of bo'paid to Mrs. Mitchell for instructing I Note no person ever jet afflicted: with the bled with \\orm.Pa.l *- particularly. In the 7th precunct: W est aide *mbia Riv
1t the Missuaipl, stipulated In the came forty the Choctaw Indians to spin and weave mont violent cough or cold took his medicine er. Injectors bumoei PattersonIboma*
& eight thousand six hundred and. sixty MX In conformity with the request made by bpi hatl been cured by taking one bottle PvvJtr-toT cleansing the akin Bradley and Jlhnl:. Pringle. .
r dniUr and sixty even rents. .. their chiefs and head men to the President eulyv and softening the completion: for that uneuai M. CRV PER, Cleik
For a blanket and homespun frock to of the Tnited State at the treaty of Domk's It Sarah,wilder' of Oxford for and flurried appearance which arises rlvO NMJTItUI AlaIICH4J11n.-bV\.
fn having a from over beating agitation
each ludividualofjhe same *stipulated Stand. nenbucnecs
; been JL DAM & bOYD 157 Pearl New
long time troubled with : street
violent ,
a feverand. ,
For the difference In value of cattle, abandoned '.' ArraoviD March 3d, 1833. or flushes |this coemectic 1* the most plea Yoax'are-now
c by them on the east, and of thoseto ague get no relief for my dos sant and Immediate of correctives.: It tranquilizes receiving very extensive
be delivered to them wet of the Mi. Hank temper till I had made trial of Dr. Bate- the countenance by so harmonizing aworuuentof British, Irish, bcotcb, Ger-
Florida i
WTHIS suit baa been
) man Pectoral which I man and American DU V 6 O(WX suitable -
Drop to
was advised ,
Jalppl stipulated in the fifth article of the ,> vi. > commenced by writ of with the a.tvalhuaeter of the akin ass l-
a near neighbour for the trade Wbkh c crOH
by hose husband bpring they
w ,
ame two thousand five hundreddollars. most to identify itself with it. In .
,treaty Samuel Fry. ) attachment, returnableto cases which
was cured of the tame disease by the said, of the most reasonable terms among
the next term of the Superior Court for and roufhDell surface arising rom
For the removal of five hundred Quapaw Kxcambla County. The defendant and all Drops, taking one bottle, my fever Inflamatlon it operates! like a areClothes
bated, and m taking two bottle I was nerectjy ; eaaounera, vesting! ntuncusaddings
,: ',_ from the Arkansas Territory to their other perton4 interested are required to harm aUayipg excitement; andfprrading -. : ,
appear [ cured damask
bE fever and Irish
: .:. west of the Mississippi, stipulated in and plead to the declaration. my' ague. Witness over the feature a natural uniform > iineps.abeetiugs,
I : Ue third article of the treaty with ;hem : .' BENJ. D. WRIGHT for PlMNo.27 : my Elizabeth hand Sarah Alder. clearness,and in many person a beautiful diaper, \\'hithnd col'dlmon drills, aworedcol'd -
Mrs. lame tuffs
of St. John'Y.pplng cloth linen ,
I and I grass pantaloon
of the thirteenth of May eighteen hiudred > transparent softness of expression:
r 4 Sept \ afflicted cambric took and mull muslin
grievously with the : jackonet,
aud five '
: thirty three three tb9usand ,
hundred dollar. I rheumatism her joints and finibs so that Alpo Vnei<\a'Wa\eTrl 9ru"g extra super and cnanOn light and dark
,) I she could not rest no here, till she tried printa,'gingLams, fancy oiUkbn cambric
i Forth* anbaisirace of the earns for weeks after AY aier. and 1ou \ ,
date. I will the
apply to i ,
Jmuntha after their arrival welt'or SIX Dr.. Bateman' Drops and in one hour after = and .luruiture dimities furniture cbuu:
; the Judge of the County Court, khjo bad taken them she 'u'Crl'l assorted embossed watered
;llMt2tliuiailppi, stipulated in same fourteen EnciunbU County for Letter of Adralnis- w from DlalilledWiper Gt.- ( ,) coFdi end
hundred pain, and one bottle*cured berg she is .. moreen, Brussels, Ingrain Venetian
Iboueand iiI dollar null
tratiou the Estate of Cnu'tt1 1 l'Ot.e80av
on ,. FREDERICK well and if will \ r doer!
aud d
..llbtr the. subsistence of one thousand dyes deceased. as ever says any give them- wthercarpeting, plam and fig
WES8EL8L elves the double she i I. ready to bate cotton and woolen table cover"
the See '
bnodred (CbocUw' west of the Mississippi, 0. W. BARK LEY. truth. testify '. &t. : ; )ilbrsailes, ooili and nand
) eighteen hundred
frogs April and thirty )f.r. 2S-3-6t.
:r. ,' 'fear, to April eighteen hundred and title Elisabeth James, July 20, 1744. NOT1CB. bleached' Russia sheeting*, CiequOla
teen buftdred aiM thirty five, voder the Eg'l'a, n. Edward Parker had a violent coM.and oanaborc, Burlap, brown 'and Dleach'dsheeting
;. proylildn b(the sixteenth article of the Subscriber, having purchased! the it turned to rheumatism and u he thought ALL cbo'A penon, "*-,indebted to Alden A. M. and shirting, bed licks, checks,

; treaty(. Dancing Rabhit creek, of thtyieveiuh THE... of thia Establishment, has ope rub the great pala that be was in,' that he ment ou or before are requested the fiat to make pay- plaids and stripes, cotton pauUloon stufs
.. September, eighteen hunt Bed It again for the accommodation of Tra- could not live for want of air, and be was day of March ilk and COllOQ unbrella, negro cloihe"
.three thousand advised to take Dr. Datemana. Drop, and next, tq IIKELLYEsq. who i* authorlird Lowell cotton, silk and cottoa bdkf &.
t thirty,, forty eight tellers and Boarders Every exertion will to receive! th..me.U
accounts P. a All order aucackd.o..Jua.
dollar be got such ease by them, that be never found punctually
M "t" made to give general satisfaction: and not paid aaabovt willbe
looou ,and he[ like in.1Ilile In any thing he ever took put into .
.' ,.' t For thf pataHaaeof .bNIa. the chargemoderate. This E tabjishI the hand of an attorney for immediate
I ; 14, stipulated in the twentieth article I meat opens on the Bay,' and U one of the :before and I live in EOAt.street, tkmthalk *tloD.

< to addlt.a to .ppropel- pleaeantet In the. southern toentr :. ,! ARTEJJAS STONE Assignee Ud 31 3Pnsall al1 ,
::: ."" made, eleven Uotisandi| D. A.. NORTUROP. Edward Parker. July tl, 1730. 01 A. 11. )L iacksun. E"anted
'J.'P-p' Jan. |7-43--tr. John .WtlbMM* of Ouiuurd, ia Sur 1)-I Jan. 24.-4e-t4. h ." AT 'mis orncc.
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