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: May 16, 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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L1WS OF FLORIDA. bcc. 5 Be it further enacted, That this from city point on -the-- l!John's; river, -or--: property: in assessed and paid for by -themsldent iy to-611 such tManciea alien; er : they do :

(IT awrw rim] I corporation shall be governed bv twenty its tributaries, or south tnU.ea-t of said and Directors of said company, excur. 1
I Directors who shall U elected b)' the stock riter, to the Gulf of Mt\k v or waters i or their agents, agreeably to the provisions Era !KX Be It further;enacted, That tbe
An Act to incorporate; the East Florida holders at the first organization of the com emptying therein; to crunect. by this of this act, and all donations mAde to and curve s to determine\ the route of said road
Hail Road Company. pan)'-they choosing a President s from mi ans the waters of the XtlnntieOcean for the same, shall foteter afterwards belong shall be commenced: within twelve months ','
Sec 1 De it enacted by the Got'ernor and their own body at their first meeting t and with those of the Gulf of Mexico, togetherwith : I to,. and become the property: of said after the passage of ibis act and the work
Legislative: Council of ho Territory of Florida directory, elected, shall meet and be Ihe right and privilege tonne steam : company their hrlrssucrcwwrs, or assigns, itself within eighteen months. There shall v I
That Thos.! Penny, John Bmney, qualified for office by taking and subscribing bonts and \essels, and pice* whartes and in fee simple in rmrporiion to the sharesowned be made one third part ot the road In three \
Samuel S Lewis, Daniel D. Broodhead, each an oath or nftirnntidh in writing dllt...., and no charter shall be granted by respective: tears or w Ork two thirds' in '
Amos Dinney, J. D. Dsnforth, J, KettelIc administered by some competent authority, i the Lectolatite of Florida iouflicthig' with : Sec. IS lied it further enacted, That four years' or work equivalent\ I tp 0 thirds tIn .
John lIen=thaw, George llallcnt. John lo discharge faithfully the duties of his office the rights and privileges Iw iebj granted: I any stockholders of said eonipaii may and four years, or work equivalent and the .
Brown Francis. Oliver, Stt'ph..n."hite, ; and the same shall bellied by the Secretary Provided that nothing herein contained shall have right to dispose of and transfer whole work tball be completed in five ,t
C, W. Cartw right, James U. Dunn, Jo- ; ai'd the diuctory. so formed;, : .slullle! constructed so ftl' arrant this. his, her, or their interest 11the same yeses, or this charter slialllie forfeited.Sec. .
na: L. Sibley, Mark Ilealey, Edmund shill continue in ofb.ee until "thl' (br-t Monday company to interflre with the route of the or any part thereof, tn any qOu person t-r 21. Ue U further enacted Tact the -
Munroe, L. M. Parker, Joseph L. Smith in February ensuing, and on that day r lorltla PcruHicola and rVwnvilte Hall poisons, or any corporation, which naidiraiuifer mid company shall report annually[ to tWGovernor
and A. 51. Frisk end their associates rm, nod airt: Tally thereafter, sixty da)'n, pre'-I'I Itmi ) connect it* *_<: "nh shall not be hinding unless rntrred and Council alter the said rail I
and they are hereby Incorporated by the one notlc4tlte1Jt s:wen by the t'rt' Jacksonville, in this, "t'fIr't\ or adopt( (III the Uwka of the rompanj'. l'i'osl- : load goes into operation and the books shall ,:;
name and stylo of the East Florida RailRoad hi"onlrr, ov public! oJvcrtisenient, In many Iherout secured to that coiQvauy by their del, That nothing In this act shall) de so I be snbjcTl to annual I Inspection by a committee -
Company, and by that tiamx>,all who nor asdostrilHhl in ci-ctlon 3, there shall i charter, or m-Lc: any other furupac or arrangrmtnt constructed M to prevent the members of if the Council, if It shall I,e so ,required.
shall bwwMinf subscriber:for stock nnd l>elected twenty l>irl'llIrtITho shall enter with that company which may said eompanyfnnu using the })rop'rtyand .
mvinbers of said company, their heirs, upon otKce under the sane provisions 1 the mutually agrrtduton.Ne. ( !. dividends hat ma) be declared upon said Passed Feb 7th, 1KW. ,
successors or assigns shall be capable in a* at itie'Sirst election! nnd in like'ruanner i JIt t lie it further 'n cted. Thai the stock to his,' her, or their iuditidual purpcff Approved fete 7th 1833 i
law, to purchase,. receive, retain and enjoy cle..t their President; and the President ; said enmpanyareeuiaowernltomake{ 1:tte- 8. s., 'I..r
to them and their heirs, succour, oras and Directors for Ihe time being shall recompetent ral or branch roads Iron UM main one, to Mi'c, 10. Be It further enacted, That JhePresideutcudDirectors "" II
+ gus. any land, tenements goods,Chattels unmake, alter and amend ail l by any points in the 'territory of funds,: of raid company CAAF. KttfN'o.vil: ( ] An act tolneorporale'the
and efT cts, of what kind soct er necessary rules and regulations for the government ; where It may be deemed- ln>Jort.ml to extend Khftll'hate a right to demand and receive cambia Jfsnufucturlng ,Compa t{II,
to carry on the concerns of the of this corporation subject lo revi.ion by I such faciliticall'roabled that the such prices amid saute for traiuportlng by ny. _. ,
t (company and mating end maintaining: the stockholders in pcncrnl meeting, and sonic IohlIl1nt; interfere' with any routes Jot I their ow n mians and carriage on said railroad fire, I. lie it enacted by, the Got error t
end row ; and the same to grant, sell, to create and fill all necessary offices ntnkc v hich chat tern hate been alreftt.l.an'cd1; passengers produce, goods and all and Legislative Council.otyhe Ttn itory of "ti 'J e
mortgage and dispose of; to sue and be all appointments and removals, and man. but In such event lie }'.Vile. may compro- other articles: "l.allltre'r as may be (rom .Florida That Joseph Fonytb, A. P. IRIp- .' '
rued plead aad be ,"to make a ageilieentire affairs of tins t'o"'l'nnyi i mire and cgrertipou any mutual grounds tune to time authorized llY> lie b>* peon Ezekiel E. Nuipnon.. (;eo.' W iris, \
common seal, and at pleasure! tit break or minutes of I their-proceed being regu I II of IK'ci'mnuxluiion.N laws of mid, Frerdnit and Directors for Henry Ahrens, and suih other persons as I
alter the- same; to ordain establish, and I ly recorded and held subjret tithe u1 m.1 c. 1 J. Be it further enacted, ThaI the laid company ; Provided,.'fhAt surli prices rosy become associated whit them shall J
put in execution, such by-laws and regulationsM Inatlon ar the stockholders during add ron'pnnj' by its President and Director and sums ..hl1i1l1o' at any time be inert a- be, and are hen by ordained constituted
hours. Not less"Ihiin nine!' member of an*- tJiall ami declared to be a body anti( 11.1
may be deemed neeewarv and lmvi< power topurch" r wnlitlir cad w !iihout, a'II\51. thirty da1 notice corporate" ,
expedient for the government of said corporation directory, attls first meeting, muWqik'nt I funds of the'l'II1I'In] and to place on cold in a public )print or prints in thin Territory politic in furl and in name, by the name' )
: not being contrary to the constitution tn their elect!.m. shall IN> romptient lo railroad, all machines, &:"n.'lIirl"", and the saw coniptmj' shall r tontmuc to re, of "The Escambiahlanafacturiug: Company -. -N. IIJ
or laws of the United State, or choo a Preside; but at all other meetings ears, carriages nod teams of any descrip ccive such pi lees and fums tar Iho trans *," and by that name they and tbrirsuctcensors "'-4
laws of this Territory. ,4See. five members shall constitute a quorum I riot wh t.! oet.er winch they nay deem portaiion of passengers: prmiiirt! goods and asmlgos, shall and may bate 114
2. Do :It further enacted. That the, and the first meeting of any new directory pror1' IIU i necessary for tH purposes dliraiifruntatK I andallutber articles whatsoever, as may continued succession, and shall be persons a
capital stock of this company shall not amount Including: the first, shall ah\n'lIlof' : )!!-All arch! Vacliinco: wagon he prescribed I by the by law s of said (com in law capable of suing and tring .sued '1 \
to more than Ate hundred thousand held withln five days after their clccuhn. I tehieles, care, curnagc f and team pa IlY so long us the said rail rood I U kept pleading and bring loiplcftOcd: ;answering '
dollars each ; book of subMriptlou for i It I provided however, .that if from any i cud all the nork nmstructcd tinier then in operation. Provided the said, company, and being defended in all courts end mete
which, shall be opened on the lint day C'rl cause! whatever; there .should at unj tmI"1 \' of tins act, and all ,profits which become( responsible fur all)' damages which whatsoever; and shall have power to ,
10111"et. at Boston, :Mass, under the superintendence be no election Directors, the corporation shall. accrue fun> the same shall !lte 'rested said passengers, produce, goods and articlenof and use a commit seal, and ,the same at
of S unt1rl S. Lewis JohnMenslmv shall not, fi-r that cause, he dissolved f but Inthe' ifujieclite fbartnolders of the whatsoeter kind may receive in pleasure to alterj J and they and Heir meeoHi.orx.by t
: ,David llenshavr J.' H. Da.- the directors then In oft.ce shall Vcmtinne crmpan peter, In prsuortion to their linnsportiitg the slime on said rail road, HI the'name. name and sltle, shall Jt
forthand Stephen White-at St. Augustine = in office, and hate power over all concernsof k'lares! nnd the some shall be exempt from ting and except ing suih d-iiiinjje or liiirt becortnlo purchasing' holding, ned 4 on* JJ t
under the superintendence of Benjamin t-j the company, until. H new directory shall :\nypubiicdiargc, or tax whatever; and us is caused by unavoidable accident, or viyingany cfiattleafr property wlat-tet'* -1
be qualified for oilier; and in any cu!ewhere which shall be rr, absolutely nercuary or expedient to I
,V, Pitnam, Charles Downing Peter they arc hereby authorized those points a proper risk} of ;insurance i I
11 Dunns: Joseph S. S'nl'heana'iohn: delay may arise in ihe formation ofa in the line of link rail ro.d1 where it may and all produce, good and articles, ofwliatsuctcr the objects of this Incorporation\ v : i I
M. Hanson-at Tallahassee, under the suj new board after any election, tile old directory appear to them i npurtnnt: for the acrnni kind, transported or contejcd Hrc. a. Be further enacted, ,That the f
>*rintendenee of James GwUHrn; Hen shall continue to act until they meHrallv inodn'un, and bumiiexs! of the, toad to ( !I- on said rail road shall te liable) for said ;Carnal Stock of'saldCnmpeny shall I beiliuty ,.
Chaires, John O, Gamble, Wm B. Nit;- and officially superccded: and if a- tablishdcpoteand! were-houses. or any : truniiporution, and may be clctaiiu until ,thousand dollars,tncl may be tllct.... 11 t
till and Abram Bellamy-at Apalachico: ny vacancy shall occur by re"ignation removal other neus"ary and convenient hou es and! ihe same be paid and di under the superintendence of E. J. Wood.Thomis or death, it shell he cominpetent for 1 bu Id i n ps to he need by them lot all purpo- if the same be not paid and iTsi.th goods, '' Into shares pf five hundred dollars
Pcnnv, (1 J. llardin, G.J Floyd tho President! and Directors in office, or a m.s of the said road or to be dli-poccd nf by I produce and articles main in jxisxukloiiof each, which ihsllbeelcemiti personal property -
and' \Vm. G p'rter-at Jacksonville, nnd quorum of the same, to fill any such tacancv : then, wlcn it may be ncc h ary j and to the company for the space of twenty and transfmable iu such" mariner
<>r the superin'en,lence of JamiM Dr-U, Joseph from tbe body of the stockholders i charge and receive for the storage or pm- days they shall be sold at pi.blie ."'tHound nil the said corporation -Iell. by their ',by. 11
B ,Lanr.vter, ,I. D. II \tt. 8'ephenrily : ; Sec. 6, Be it further el1ltr\M.'fhat w lien dues, merchandize and other Jrli'lt'lft) at slier tb. expenses of transportstion, laws direct.S. k .-
R. Williams, :\f. K. pmckston and directors first chosen, under the protis, 1 such ware house or ether Vvildings\ an storage and auction charges shall l 1'41 paid f ec. De It further' ,enacted, That the
nnderthes ions of the preceding mclion ,lIh.ha. \ inv lI\oi'l1l1d It t tile nmaindef shall be handed "
John( tV. Richard-at Marianna necessary : routliuet tn such ('oron '.[.oe "'flirtS tl'l.U", tna'C'fh locks hi -.t
'. "rlntPJl.I"l1e"l o' Pl'tf'rV;hatter, +r. entered iiponofWra, the rommimiimieriioimeo a:h I rata I it euetdfug the o m airy warehouse -II persons' or cnrporation, or Ilicir a- receive tuhtcriilions) lotbeco"ltsl sulk oC"
J).. .-"\T. Tlirn; Jarui; UrhIl1"OR.- Thcmtiis | iw herenfler:! rmJsimial direr I tlutuv.Sc female who shall eiitttleil to .reccitn the wild corporsix, at such linn, and flute
Orrnan: an"l I Ri'hvd I. Witson, and at tory, shall forthwith deliver lie tlDiddirt'clory : li: He it further enacted, That In saiui1 Provided that: when 'the toils uton' orplsecs. as they, or majuijiy i>f iliem, v
J'I "S30)111I0'r; the miparinfondencftof or their secretary, all books au/l constructing the said rail) road it sliull he Had mad shall have paid the ktockliolJersthn may think proper|I.nd "II .ova U the acme "
Joseph fLicarn, Edwin) L. Drake, J"bUi pnpers in their custody, and shall render lawful for the Mid. rum) any by its l'iei. full amount ofU* ('o..t. lo!,!itl.ir with shall be surcriLfd. to iveviotlce for a
Campbell, Chance: C. Jveyser and O.. and settle their accounts of expenditure: ; dent und Directors, or by its proper agents all exlt'n...'" Iho coinjiuiiy shall then pay meeting of the stockholders to'''(Ie tineadiirrtorst
Harklcy, commi'l'4ionerlillildcrthil Act, and thereupon their functions shall Ct'811<<-, or servant., to enter u'lf'n' and take two per 'ellium on all j ri.filo over ten |>er |.' std such erctlon'shall: be- mode .4
n> three of whom, at the places desif W'I and shall devolve upon and be. exercised by possession of any land whatsoever which\ enituin into the Tieunuiy of his 'Irrrlio- ; at the time sod place st 11 kited by SLI h of _
ted, shell! b, competent to receive ''' the board eltrertfors, wbosIiHll here am. may be nec-senry for the completion dtthe 'ry. tti0u>lbcldus am .haUMrud; for lie H *"*"'
t ion j for : that the persons thorny to keep open the !rooks (}hubccrlp. work coiitempUted by this. hi.t : Providedthat i Hcc. 17. Be it further enacted. That the lose, tuber In jcrtonor by Jawfultroxy n-
named in &-c. 1, of this Act, and their asvociates thin for stork, am elsewhere provided t audit I no land shall be taken from private mud rail toed company shall, si all times rschkhKreof iLctiifiUl stork en titling II.,, -
shall hare the right and privilegeto shall be incumbent on the commission InditidubU corporations and appropriated have exclusive tight of trwn i>oriing or bolder U,ere of to one vote; and Ibe said' a*
subscribe for, ant own, by precedence, ers. In thin Terrltorytocau+e the amount, to the purposes aforesaid without tl't'YUtll''crfor.s.. good, prociuceor ar love naued' periods tr a majority of th lit,
two thirds of the t'apllalltock it their dis- rt'rt'\'e4by them for subscription of storks [compensation to those' owoinjr tile same, iiclfnof\ any descilpnon on said rail road be'hufpetlorsof than shall be iraspertors f
cretion. And the books shall be kept open tOM deposited in the nearest solvent and j and it shall and may te lawful( lor' said comP in !* by them constructed, w idle they may of the that clsetlon of ciire-ctors of MO ror-
for thirty days, at the expiration of which crt-ditatoltallk! ; Immt'diatd7.arter the dosing in like manner, to take from any ice fit to exercise Midi exclusive' right ) l horatmunamid hall ccrtif)'wader thtir It.. "<" ,,4
time, they shall be cloned, and if, after the of the books rcmifl'cate convenient to said rail rlllAd at all i'rot Wed that if time said company shall. the names of those persons duly J'lttlect.' >
above subscription of two thirds, it shall from the ea..hieror""id bank. (which times such timber stone or oilier material think proper, the)'JM ,V rcpt or farm out and deliver over aLe lulxrriptlon ',T>ociks!< >.. '
appear that the remaining subscriptions ta may be duplicate) that the amount is held as may be necessury for Ihe con alUtch exclusive: privileges lo any person lime said directors|.and, tho tune pad place'>
kaii up have caused the whole subscriptionto -! at the credit of the;F.a.t Florida Rail Roar stmction of and keeps in repair, or pen-on, or cor| oration, for such 't'l m of holding (lie Ant meeting of, dircclOM",; %
exceed: five,hundred thousand:dollars, Cc mpany." which certificate .shall be. trans- said rail road : Provided, that notluu an may bt agreed tin, 1111/IK"t to the saiue shall be fixed by the said persons'named jar.., *' '
the excess shall be deducted from such remaining mittedtotbediroeioryur the provisional ing belonging<< to inditiduuUnllall! I be txle; rep subscriptions, provata. If on the directory as the rise may be, w hick pro. without all dcq uate utiipenxttikm to r: before-*m lone-d shall still be held bound them i and the director ,chosen af, such >v <;' i \
contrary, it shall appear that a less amount t Islonal directory shall themselves be sub j determined in the manner heremaf: pr for damages lo individuals or et>rix>rutions meeting,' oral the annual elrn Ices 'of Mid '''
than five hundred thousand dollar)- has lect to this rue! and shall file or hand over tided, i which ma) accrue: b)' reason of any. of the eorJ>Oralloo.baJ.I... flOOD.I. mar be. after A
I been subscribed= it shall be competent for as the case may be, suhcertifirHie.8ee. Sec, 13. Tie It further enacted, That provisions thisnrt.Hcc. every election, choose out of shelf own r
such commissioners as are hereinafter constituted 7, Be it further enoided,That when whenever U shall become lurcsimry for 1 d. Bo U further enacted That If number, a President and In case ,ofba e
a provisional; directory, the President the books of sulwcrlptionsare, first closed, the said company to take possession of and any |person shall intrude ujou said railroad deaths resignation, or removal of Ui*Fret- P
and Directors of said company; to Ihe commi-ioners appointed at each place appropriate or use an land iimlr stone, 'or or any I'lirt1tf.'rf'Or., or upon the Went, of any director, such TscaJMlT'or
cause books be opened from tune to time/ I In this Territory thereafttr or any of them, shall ImtnedUtely oilier materials, owned by private indltiduals ri lilior privileges connected therewith, vacancies, may be filled for they remainder
at any places they may appoint, and under transmit by mail, and or corporations, fur Ilte, note or site without thin permission or the of I Die )ear w herein y nay,!happen, by r-I
the superintendence of such agency as they duplicates by itluf'edlnl1 mall, to the t.mtnisMouers i>f said railroad or wt rk-, or for Constructing will of said company, all tile vehicles anl.iiiuNur the said board of director, or a majority 1T
may choose,until t e subscription be filledor In Boston, Alasnachuwtm< authenticated or keeping in repair, the cave, or any loioiuoiivc! jot',tl, (it. oilier srli- |of tin in i ar.d In case of the absence eftle< .t.ts
until so much be'subscribed, n l they i co,.le*of the subse iplious made part thirft'f, and the parties do not agora slew, winch may beM intru-ivcly! intro ProiJenl, the raidboard of directors, or .()!I
shall deem necessary for the prosecution of otijitir) rcs} she places, and if it shall on the )alue of said laud),stone ur materials duced hili) be wjzed by the tllIIllIny"; or a majority of thrum, nay appointa IrfsK ;
the H ork. Provided, however, that the appear that an amOunt equal to one third as may be so taken and appropriated, it its Mgents. or recovered by suit st )law and dent pto tern, wb shsjf bate such power.' "
capital stock may be increased one roil part uhhe capital stock hiss been'mbrcri shall cud may be lawful) for the Pit'sident ruurnsveriLepenahnu: person MI offending sod functions as the by law,of Ibe said ., -
lion and a half of dollars, if the the company bed at Ml the places 'bt'rt Itooks we reopened : mid Directors of mid company_ or their uLull be liable to tIC indicted fur a alley( corporation may provide.
shall hereafter deem it necessary,. then the' cornmbtfioners named i proper agents, on giving ten ,day' notice tleiiH!anor, and spun convlriion' lined and &,.. 4. Be li further enacted; Tint "I
Sec. 3. Bo It further enacted That there shall within ten dasthereiifUrculla meeting -* least, In writing to the party owning the imjin ne-dbe sentrnco of the HujKiiofcouit It should happen that election Incase *
of the stockholders (')JVOIIe. directory nimbi district itiwlJrh an c'dj..
hall be paid upon each share of the stork the offence '
should btt wade
fire doTUrs at the time of subscribing' and by Kiting thirty day's notice, by public application, may be committed and if sir person shall when not this ra the day 4 t.1
five dollars within, at least six months after advertisement in three or more newspapers xuptylor or county court for a writ of sd artfully or maliciously destroy; or in any made J pursuant the said lo set It',shall OJICb' to foe i t ti
of the books and the published in this Territory and one or wbich shall be granted and nuiuttr hurt, cotporatkoit not, for
the first closing diverted dumajte, or miure) or t>bstruct that cau-e.l.I dissolved but
residue, at any time, at the discretion the more at Boston, Masnacbuxetu; but untilan to the "Sheriff, to suronwn five di. ,or, shall arifu:ly or rnaliclcms cause be held at other, lime such cleclloa,
President.and, Directors by riving sixt) amount equal to one third put of the int-TtrteJ "per ons' house holders of law. and assist, counsel aud advise any other rosy rectors the any shad and the di-
days' notice, trevionato call for any inuument capital' stork. be subscribed, the commit ful laft'to in**;! and %slue said propetty on person or persrfus. to,destroy or in any hold their fop olTce tiqie'IPtU being continue lo
toners, at Uo! lltbn 'aforesaid, ,b.llirl ala oath aJrainisien l, of the to hart ones shall have .
by advertiitcromls than more y any ju iu oe way demago, injure or obstruct been chosen tn their laee.
enpapenpublirohP4lnthi'Territor), and directory for the management tit the concerns peace w hove,duty it shall be to attend in Mid rail ,road or any part thereof, or and i Sec.; fcjll further enacted, >
and It
Macaac of this corporation, any three of person said inquest,aud receive their re- edifice teiuclr right I Is bcre. v leu
one or more at Boston, 'husetts, orat ; ; or privilege granted by detLred Tbat the objects ,' .
web other place ppla .. books may whom may form a ,board, choosing their pc hate been ; jf stockholder own chairman or removing valuation the said cfllcer shall receive from authority thrrt'oft11th person of tbtcr
any such persona.
nicking are to be trictra aforesaid
powers ir as
ball fail to pay within f tea days, after the their agents, and regulations the said President and Directors vr their i so offending shall be liable to be indicted the manufacture of Cotton are '
time designated, tIi amount each instal M Hey shal) deem expedient, and supply* proper agent, and pay Mime over tor' the, an4o'ltOluktiflnlhtreo/.bl&ll be Imprisoned er materials into thread,, Wool and Itl'"* .
meet, the stork upon which the delinquency lntj'r.eaneie.Io )beir ow n body, by death person or pentrns entitled lo receive it and I not more ban .lx nor 'ICM than one or other maaufiaet.res, of yarn like or cloth,
occurs shall be forfeited to the President absence or refusal. to act; and .they are :to take su arquiUal! or refusal of the.ame. month, and p.y. flue not exceeding five and the building sod erection cbaraeter
and Director, to be disposed-, at their hereby enjoined to supply all curb t urancies [-On ,-his tender of the sum awarded to hundred dollars nor I...' than ttvenlyfivedollars and machinery to of.veils
discretion for the use and benefit of the ; wiiiiout delay, that the tuwne- of the patty entitled to receive it, or to his,'of] *t the discretion pf time court, before operations of such mapuCpctorr.cafrr:** t a the ,
company-the purchaser of such stock becoming this enmpauybe not hindered pr impeded j her or their agrbtoratuin 'y it shall be which such conviction shall be bad, Nee. o. Belt further i
subject to the same conditions end and they shall sjo continue to act, as a provisional ;lawful, for said company or their Prra dent liable to pay pit expenses of, pair D' tbe directors of the said fODlpl.jlu.n eaac<: Tbal the nr
regulations as the original holder] qr.the directory, Vntil the said amount and Director or their agent to rater upon wmrTb. opt half pf all l the fines under 'ihebooksandaccoBptao/aasd settle n
lresident and Directors may sue for and of one third part of the capital stock be and tab pOHM-wtton of, aad use,.any such Ibis shall be paid! M tbe informer, and kst least once s ,' ajyBbnltted corporation
recover the amount in arrears, and, aJDaoo subscribed, when they shall proceed' to .I.!land t stone and oilier materials j the other half to the ne of Ihe Trrril rJ' tail stsicncDtof year 01 UjcujHVtknts a dc t
call a meeting of stockholders, in manner, .but sll 1M and eCllt& incurred by 8 -c. 19. Be it further enacted, Tbaithe and aI-
gel.Sec.. 4. Be it further enacted. That eaeh, and (Q f the purposes,- as before diiccted In ,the writ i,f ad quad daianum shall be paid bjjjI I President and Dirorftrs be required to WrttbereoflalbesiockWlRrfriitllwIranDual meeting Md s declare sewh iivWrnd! i.f- 4
hare purchased and held la the' stock pf j this section. I.the President and Directors of said eoiapay -r make a full report to the stockholders of the ictuaJ
I" proAJelk-.r tbe
the company shall be ratltkd to rot upon See, a De ii'1tmber enacted, That the I Provided the appraisers shall not tc said 'company at their yearly meeting for, of the said condition '"
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aU questions submitted at any legally corf- stork of ttkd corporation shall be transfer- [allowed more than three dollars cacti per the election ordirecttfrs, oil tbe.iai ofbe stockholders company shall have may Justify the ""t
vetted meeting of the company wbieb tote cable and assignable nder such rules and day while engagtd in >Mch duties t Provided corporations, andlisrtuicertia. TbePreid-. such by-laws for tbe -' overnmrat'OL power to make 'a'."
be exercised either pernon Uy or by regulations and conditions may and stockhulder. not in ar- directors may from time to time establish, I or located then and in that ewe ui call a general meeting of the Moekholdr"en notlnconsUtcntwUb company, astkeymay viper, -
proxy t every and that,the same shall be deemed personal tie said kball be to I .heoc"c.JMa4aI Of the this rbarur'ef Ilue '!.
revs, shall be eligible to be ,e Ctlleo a Di company MH required company, U1 Of the Territory of Florida. '
4 rector but oo stockhoMet wkoU in ar- property.Be make rompemMJion. for any of the said intLrirwiimeuaV'A-JI' render it npedieotorocc I See 7. H further enacted TbmlraeL) .
rearm, shhall vote, or be eli iW* to om>e, it further enacted. That the lands, maneto materials,!!, -* /.The dtrecton shall share of the capital a&O'kor said eO t
or receive'\ny dividend while U shall so said company have the right and prhHrgs whirb l It might lake fiooi have power 14 fiMM ,Tscancie id their body :sb'H 1st .titled loon* vote on all Jraa Question .{ -
continue-A majority of votes shall detcv to eoostruct a rail road, pf one or more < tJoe tame tot the .ae of saij road. | wbkb nuyjiMr apt before more pahtkaiarfy to M decided by the stockholders 1
4niue all o oesUooa aad elecuoi$, rackslaroun the Territory. of Florida, !1 I 8e<. 14. Ik it further reacted, Thai all Pew d aAU shall b. their du- i all election: an4

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t .ee..,. Be It further enacted, That this tf!'the father of the accused on this i"amiability of disposition and simplicity of of the Menagerie, at Norwalk, on 'Hatn' DOMESTICS. .Prom t\4 ASIDE.tit* Y rk Star.

1 act sluii re.nl.i in f'>rce fur the term of nfty trying*OCCMS.IOH, shed a new lustre ota I manners," whilst Mr. Merrill, of,Waterloo day last, an engagement took placeMn one OH TRUTH IN rASCMTaCWS.
t ft\t fro.n arid after its pa....aje. the dignity of the Judic.ul offices testified that during all his sojourn at t i! of the cages between a leopard, and lion 1 really lake it kind,
'PaweJKeoruarylllh. 1x33.j "* "M.i. BUCHANAN ACQUITTED. Hotel be had been thejiavwrite( of his who one of his room mates, and before the kee very
Mrs Skinner
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r; i J4th 1835 d Seldom HM a casewcuied i iq out com family and regarded more like a member who immediately entered the cage, 'this. ,
I ., i Approve February ; I Could the the lion '-I h.,. not seen jreu such an aae-
mntty eliciting w Jnicns. an Interest as thereof I IOU, than. a boarder. ; combatants .
t j I / 'IIE killVe did not learn what led to (The vrttctt hu cunt to d&""...)
1 t:A7t.fIV.U'. 7" that excited In the trial of young Mr. Buchanait The testimony having been closed. the was
i From Letters from Home, u published in which tookplace on 'I"hursela last. Prosecuter arose! w"Gentlemen the misunderstanding between those playmates Your* daughters too what lovely gill-
the New York Mirror. of the jury have heard who appeared to be extremely fond
in Anne Arundel county court. you V What heul for winters' easels,
s'" 11 y T. d F." K The public have been apprized through : with due attention, the whole of the evidence of each other, the day previous, during the Com hers and kiM the infant, dear,
'f\A.... The festivities of the carnival-week eomV the columns of some of the public paper, we have in this calf! It la committed hours of exhibition in this place.-&(am- [And glee U, perhaps, the mttuUi)
I r m311ce tit to. 4 that hour approaches, 1h It in a rencontre which took place sums I to your tociiou without argument on ford Sentinel. ..
! '; ,:. :ai iiniiense swarm of people! begin to pour three weeks ago at Waterloo, Mr. Bucha either side it full assurance that justice o Your charming boys I see art home
1 } ,at..\n the street,' and masked in every form lull, eon of yVtomiM liiichaaan E*1'1 will be done by your verdict. Stannard and the rac*.-We were From Rev. Mr Ruuel's
, and character noels ,, tribunal Sheriff call Bailiff." not quite correct in stating that Stannardhad kind them
::1&111Rnd grotesque Chief Judge of the highrst judical i Tics cocar a Twa very to bring both .
1fad.:y ol this state, had uot a man by the, Dame i SEVERAL Jt.YMEN-" No,Bailiff is requ been in training for the late pcdestra ( likes bouts for wy tiN bruittli)
j ." An endless band of Labs, and that he had been commute red." exploit t tor, strictly speaking, he had DO
I Pours forth and leaves unpeopled half the fur trial. I The Jury being called over and asked for_ training at all. A gentleman, who certainly, What little Clara left at home,
; ,1-.1, .- Mr. Ouchantn: was acting in the Engineer their verdict NUT :A molly mixture! in long wigs in bags, department upon the line of the Baltimore pronounced. The spontaneous burst o'- author lies u* to state that Mr. btaunar ,I have loved to ku her so-
In silk, in crapes, In garters and in Waahiatoa Rail Hood, and the feeling which e\cu the grate authority' oCourt ( who:is the IOU of n respectable farmer, in i (AJlobby, fIt""I baby
ras'{ deceased was one of the persons employed could qot suppres, told how much; 11 Killing\\ rth, C on. and himself young| I
I 'I' From drawing-rooms, from colleges, thereon. 'l"heCelie lay at the spot where I was in accordance with) the judgment man of most unexceptionable character and And Mr. 8,1 hope ",'s well
from g irrets, vOn so many lawless act of violence had rccHily .: those who rward. habiu, called on Mr. Stevens about threeor .AIr I Jho' b* live* so handy
hore., on foot, in hacks, and gilded been committed, and the catastrophe. There were tears, seen glistening in rna- four weeks before the day appointed for lie never now drops in to sup-
I chariots." may be Considered aa oiuvof those deplorble ny an eye, a* hand in succession graspedthe tne trial, to know whether it was really ( The b tU.tr Jitr our brandy.)
It is not a +mt:re frolic of the lower orders result which\, were as much to be apprehended hand( of the venerable Judge, In hearty expected to take place, and if so, to enter Come take a K'C\I-I long to hear
but of tho whole poputathaaed men from the posture in which society' congratulations.; his name an a competitor for the prize. 1\lr. About MaUkl.
/ bejuiiful woman, I lords. ao4 pea'lnu-whb wu there placed lor the time being whe V ntefJlydge Beam, prellldcd-botb the Stevens asked him what reason be had to ol'COUIW marriage.You the
t':. mt acunoj ail; almost inconceivable spirit unusual precaution for self defence .beeilllle aorfaton Un-usaoN and KILOOCH, were suppose it possible for hint to win it and come to upend days
( /of nearly glee and wild, w hi radical revelry. almost indispensable. upon the bench. whether he had been iu any training Cur (Thank hearts, Iktur the camagt)

I Tne inupdl por\ consist iu pelting each After inquiry into the fact of the case, a the purpose 1 Not at all he replied, but I ,What,'must y'"a go I next ume I Lope
other with sugar plumbs, or a kind of grain number of my Influential individuals deter from the Baltimore American. hating seen the notice in the Courier, &', Y 0.11'11 me'longer me umn.
1}. coated with planter of Paris, ..a substitute 1ined immediately ,to lay a statement Tbe undersigned, one of the Coroners of Enquirer a day or two before, he bad taken Nay'shall fti see you down the stairs,
f .a 'Tie central scene of this universal frolic thereof before Governor '!'I1Om., with a the City Baltimore,.held on Thursday his watch and gone out upon the: ( turn mutt uncommon v".)
L .- '' is the Corm' ; tb., grand street of Rome full confidence that those facts, taken with lust jury 411 inquest over the body of a Boston road in the night and made a trial.' I"C4
: j '*" direct line from the milt between two and three which satisfied himself that he could do iHe .
crowing it in a gate the whole concurrent circumstances, formed WHITE roues CHILD Coot bye; good bye-rcmember all,
I :" Popol. to ths: Capitolinti hill. Here are the such a case as to call for the exercise of years of age, found in the woods attached then left Mr. Stevens for home, telling Nfllt time >'on'H take your dinner
i f'i mblcst palaces chief shops, and houses.- that high and delicate prerogative which to the residence of Mr. Purnell, on that Irtinas he went away that he would Le, (Now' hand mind, Fn not Gl horns
i i.I )Frotathe/ uiidows are hong broadcloth, intrusted ko the Governoralone... of, arresing part of the late Mr. James Stirling's farm back again in n few days before the race, hfuturt to On Sktnneri.)
t I ri. pf trim tan ':unmask! which give the richnes all further proceeding against onaccuscyU situate eastwardly of the Bel-Air road.- and would certainly contend for the purse,
1Ji"" i'ic.iiirie.il: ; peagai}iry to the lofty ,wall oldci f Whilst this ,was progress! however, Tile Jury, us the undersigned hasheret aa he was confident he could obtain it. Accordingly PORT Or PEffSACOLA.Amred .
")? ** imiMiujs on either side of the crowded Judge Buchanan reached the city, aud Instantly Tore announced ,to the public, returned a he returned about a week previous -
: ,/, 411 j narrow street. Carriage drive into with that high tone human energy verdict alleging that the said child came to to the day and Mr.Stevens naked him .
't''. i He Corso, at either end,and thus, for gy, winch we hope will become no lea Its death by being murdered-and as no whether he had been training J"he replied Schr. Eliza Ann, Green. ., St.. Marks.
; miig two interminable, opposite processions characteristic of American than it has heretofore clue has }ft been discovered which can that he had not bet he new very well that Cargo to the master .
make their way slowly through the as if exclusively designated as{ROMA lend to the identity of the ruthless monster he could go the ten miles within the, hour Schr Magellan, Clift, New Orleans with
:' 'Mlii, ImmsiMe multitude, and amid a perfect VMTVC, placed his veto upon all attempt by whom this. foul deed was committed, it Such :advantufe however was ,co contrary U. S. Troops. -
I f' 'pnow-storm of confetti Oa egresalng from of the Und, and pronounced that his eon seems to be alike due to the ends of julice & to the habits of the community i in Schr.'Betsey, Hawthorn, New Orleans.
f the scene"of conflict, the driver lash up should awaiuhe verdict of his country. the claims of humanity, that-an -inquirybe which he had been reared that hew as very Cargo to C. C. Kcyser, Jerrison & Foster,'
t ,,",at .their)horMS to regain it through some other The Grand Jury having indicted Mr. D Insulated, in order that the fiend-perpe unwilling to have his name mentioned I in W. II. Chase, and the matter.S .
( avenue and the city Is thu flung into a for tuu higher, all pro forma including the rator of so atrocious an act Vedas be, wide connexion with it ,Some days previous to hr. lady Madison, Carrune, Mobile.
, : war of merry anarchy-the thunder 'ol inferior grade of homicide, he was arraigned to ansvt er fort to the offended'majesty of the race he went with Mr. !Stevens on to Cargo to Jernson& Footer, and the mas
. '. .Wh 3111- thn trampling) : of feet-the cries, on hursday morning, and jury the laws '..l his child was well'grown for the course, and he made the trial of five ter..Schr.
i ec peau of 'laughtei, and 1 shots was empannelled. Such impression 41 I a age, and bore every appearance of being miles which he did'within the half hour. Creole, Roche, New Orleans. Car
.l nns. of the monks and the of thepi3pw the countenance, personal appearance,and in full health when its earthly career wad but came out very much exhausted-ha- go to II.:Michelet. -
j f rntt with all the rush conflict, cnJhiijl < deportment of an Individual so situated, arrested ty the hand of its murderer. The ring done the first mile too rapidly. lie Schr. Cora, Atway, Mobile.
.:;! ism and discard of hanaless battle. are calculated to make, served to deepenthe marks of violence u ere a blow evidently war told ,that this would never do-H ... Departed, '
1 x f Almost evert inch of the Corso has (its interest which pervaded the -hole; from a hammer on the,forehead, 'a'stab i in must bo more moderate in the commence- Schr. Two Sisters Chandler, Baloxv.-
Crowded throiif leering from the window. scene. Au affectionate brother was tut his its side .&om some sharp instrument, one ment of the race or it would be impossible 10,000 feet Lumber by J. Forsv.th.
porticoes and balconies behold or mingle side. But the most striking moral spectacle of its legs broken, and the flesh eaten off for him to w in. The day before the grand Schr. John, McLanathan.' Philadelphia..
In the \Vu. Puublerows of chairs along which we ever expect to wihiesss--was one of Us arms: the latter doubtless by dog trial, he again went on to the ground with 85,000 fret Lumber, by H. Kelly. ,
the ground, are occupied by the peasant the entry of the venerable Judge Buchanan or some other .animal The body when' a gentlemen' and went the distance just Wchr.! Ann, Chase, Havana. 65.000 feet
woman and lower ols* + multitudes might have collected to behold than thirty yean.we have all been In the probably with a view of preventing detec- Stannard ever had, and we are assured Schr Irtagellart, Clift New Orleans
' ; ir .'th"*, trio n h..nt ejitry of a victorious hl'ro.- constant habit of string him approach ticn.. that lie had never been at all In the habit Brig Pharos, Boylen, Matamoras &;,000
Wo could not omit the opportunity of be., only for the purpose of presiding in chie The object of the undersigned in this note of running. ; feet Lumber, 3,000 Shingle and 10..Barrels
Jlo'Ji"1f this gay folly j and, as more hour ana to which station was gathered around is to awaken a becoming vigilance ,in this! On Friday he went on to the ground and Tar, by H. Kelly. _
hid rolled! away ia .opt ride than we had i him, by a anticipate I, we found ourselves at the head ,' suavity not less of the endearments, Than 'no tfuecfssfullin doing no, that it will be !, feat was ever performed in under such rircunutancea. 'or Freight and Passage.
.of the Corso about,"three o'clock. Some l by his distinguished; talents, he bad accumulated impossible for the author of M'crying an It was with considerable difficulty
time wa waited: our turn for admission, of re.pecand veneration (or alt outrage 4o escape detection. He would that he could be restrained from
r, -tint _.! "bil'1! U..U1a.t.i of multitude rendered those qualities which belong pre-eminent] therefer i respectfully suggest that each indlvMoal putting forth more speed during the .race ATIIE8choonerELIZAAr\N
', dil8tor1..IJ.j dt'11cuItthoagh; not iit the to the station he fills-and when entering, Inquire whether' within the las Ho disliked very much to ace hu competitors
)ait dangerous t,for 1nm/nte..t'iV'arc1.! l tint Only stopping short; of tho accustomed two w H. ..child of the age described has going so far ahead of him in the, las good accommodations fur about twelve
!c stationed in+Urge numbers every wheret' elef( oo\tout inking his seat in a, position not sudc nly dlaap"ll'fdJrom lu>> or he mile" and begged bard of Mr. S. to let ) apply to the Carr board passenger -
/hr'>mh th town aoinglinuw by two and .b contrasted, to all that bad been. There neighborhood bhould each inquiry be him reach them ; but he was kept in chick H. MlCftBLKT.Kscuiubiu on or. to
., V .fount,'andotmettmes in regulars compnntos. way a moral sublimity In conceiving the conducted with a proper spirit,'the slayerof until he had ran 0-1-2 miles, when he' was _
..: .' The,stern faeos and drawn swords broad basis upon Which U founded, and the this little innocent cannot elude that punishment told to."go ahead" aa he pleased and go a- County Court,
if V ihee'men seen .am mg the people in All ample elevations to which are reared our which he so richly mt'rit't fort head he did, to some purpose, for this pal t April Term 1835.
.,4' th.mirUk'and joy pf the fete without themselves vil Institutions, as at that moment demonstrated Is not to be supposed that a chill also interesting of his running was most splendid the las O 1IDERED that Charles Le Baron, Samuel .
1, its the least sharing ills genera! ) hilarity before our eyes. Probably no man an age could be thus rudely deprived quarter of a mile being done in one minute Patterson and John E. Prmgle
: reminded me of the sword of Damocles breithinjr could bring to such a po'iUon pf life*, without being missed by the and eighteen seconds. Henry btannarii be appointed Road Commissioner, on the
n-t "' .\t' 4 mded by a length! not<< without encountcrjnl more of those aeuubiliiies which properly ajjlghborsof parents of guar.tisns: i described to us as a fine looking young West side of cambla River, andMoscph
. 'I V...... Uadrc4 of etiriu" masks in carria- belong to.a man & a father,than Judge Bu- Any information.. ill be thankfully reed man shrewd sensible and with a gooedu- .'or yth, James W Earnest, and John A.
...Ik.. ,...v-. g"i>and on f.)st,.and suiTering one or twor chanan. He wa* conducted into court andto ved by the undersigned at Ilia dome, corner cation and his ,,whole deportment during Simpson on the East side of said river
"V.,; broiMdei from straggler, we turned! Into a seal, by Roger D. Toiiey of Daltmior of N. Gay and Front strrels. the performance as well u when it was C. EV ANB. Judge
t r the (]ottO, and scene more gar spirited, city, and Joseph I.' Mcrrick Washington JOHN I. GROSS, Corner.LITTta'ROcx so triumphantly terminated was in every A true Copy.
: : = rnarvyand extraonlinjiry,'' certainly never county, who had volunteered their services respect perfectly proper; and honourable CRUPPER
"i eittter beheld or im* ;. QW4, flo 'inif steadily and heavil on through and Thomas S. Alexander Es I b. Lafourche, arrived this evening, from t of \"eat 'lol'Jdl\.
'J the deep a nd narr"vr*channel .Where"r quires. I New Orleans having on board about lit Learning In'Nt1 'Jtney.-:New Jersey .. V Superior Cowl Etcanbia
"r }':.'IT.J o.wfluyeyes..nothtn but a dense n\iw The'conr' was occupied the whole day, U. S. recruits) from New' York, on their I is a State notonly abounding in oyster "CounT, flay .Tern 1835
j :t ;?. ",of flee populace-a bank of fucea sloping aril excepting a short respite: for V dinner, way to Fort Gibson, in charge Of Capt and most excellent cider, but with a tery, Wm. Mitchell by his next friend Jeee C
I t.;. ?' r.:up o"t>ither side, choking ihe win,lows & until about seven o'clock! in the evening;! :,Thomas and Surgeon Bailey. exuberance ofjaksonism and Barue Allen Comply vat Eliza Mitchell willow
.. rase-.and crushed heavily together. It the examination rot the witnesses, which I A detachment of9*) U. to. Dragoons, under gat pirates and jet, amidst her manifold and Abraham MIMed Admr.'of Andrew
.;: "a W** towards re last of tha weak.when the was conducted by Mr. Doyle for the State i the(omniand of Lieut. C. M. Lea, pas id vantages,-ulie aboundeth pot aa she oughtIn i Mitchell deceased Defta. IN CIIA1''i(;&.
.. whlin *ppi e, .aiety,.nonsenc and revel and principally by Mr. Johnson for the pii. red down this raornjng in the *. b.. Neosho the,mysteries of reading and writug.- TtYr ,
b' .' C"th.. bizarre and turbulence of the fete grew \ should do from Fort Gibson on their way to join the I .
soner. \e injusticewere we The schoolmaster, who, as Lord Bjougiham IDS day came the complainant huJL
, :'' M f swt-n<) ,furious. AU"Rome., appearedf to omit here tQ say what must have ,been I Companies which they belong, at Fort tells us, has been travelling extensively ,. ncounsehand it appearing to the satisfaction : -
.4'#) collected not only to view,:but to partake manifested 'to' all who were present" 'that i Lewvcnworth, on the upper Missouri.'and I of late years,- appears to have omitted to of the Court that the defendant Eliza -
t -.f ,tbupoand the air was whitened Vith the Colonel Doyle not only opt'ned.tbc't'alle in Fort DesmoJnes, on the Upper Mississippi visit some parts of New Jersey, owinj, Mitchell not an inhabitant of the Territory -
r. .:> ..*.f&Ufltllo.. The mask were varied, In- a very' impressive Style, but conducted the ,They compose thflt portion of the Corps, as we verily believe, to the hideous stories of Florid but resides in the Stale of
sad full I dramatic effect Here ; who left sick at the time their Companies -
gftniou examination with the Mingle.view ofelicitin were heretofore told of tiieir dancing a fellow up Wnsuwippi. Therefore it is considered by
.. '. brigand aimed his muket ) there a serenat' the truth whatever it might be, and of(iii-! marched to the north' in September to the sumps at the five corners, and to the the Court that the said Pefendant api't'lrhere
der struelt his gulw-'furu and Saracens tiling the duties Of his station to th utmost, mast, audare -now, we understand, generally feat of being thumped to death by some or on or before the first day of our next
' 'attacked carriage of lad1ee'who were deV : however painful the obligation might be- in good health. those clatter-heel'd damsels that thunder so November Term and answer the complainants -
fended by knight in armour. Here a woman The seemed indeed to The other military passengers who pas- It
,t,d; come. occasion" ? wonderfully VVoodbridge. is clear, ; bill of complaint filed herein!
e : of six feet high, cracked her whip, & !rupit. a solemnity of judicial, proceeding ,fed down on the Neosho, from Fort GihVm from the late report of a committee appointed or the same will !be taken for be confu- dl
r drove a load of nymphs angel and devils, which should give that full confidence in were Uatlm, under.orders for Fort Jack to ascertain the erudition ef the State & Ihe.mutters and things therein contained
}. careless of the, discharge*,from. the basket the impartial administration of law and justice son ; Lieut. Dix, 7 Inf. on, Topographicalduty bat.the Chancellor's pedagogue made decreed accordingly. And it is further
!+_ of kings friar, harlequin, and full dressed which conaiitute at lust, She bond or Washington city and Lieut but short stay In Fat'onia. and equally clear ordered that a of thin order be published -
,, lords and ladie*Awhile again I detected our social system. U called upon to propose Harris of the 7th Inf., for the Moulhof that he ought to revisit that region immediately in the Penshcola copy Gazette once week
l' .. I handsome girt,:faintly disguised! a V sample of what trials ought always \\Lrte Kiver. and "open a school." for four mouths succesnivelv.A ,
In the apparel of a huckj.her tender eyes to be, we should 'unhesitatingaddurt! By the report alluded to, it that ,-
';.:" Mashing under a chapeau,and a pair of rosy this one of Mr. Buchanan, a* f furnishing .,.Nt't.od of ni"hm'Ht.-The following :- out of a population of 900,000,appears in the year Attest Copy GEO. F BALTZELL. C/fr-
.., -44: lips p.>uiing, with oft terrenes, beneath the most unexceptionable specimen:,we letter has been addressed'by a 'lady to 828, there were I ,OUO adults unable to May 16th, 1833. la--4m.'
r formidable muslachoK We .received copious have ever looked upon-and not the less. the HRor of a contemporary journal j !Sir read, and 12,000 children w ho were entirely _
J shoU from all quartera. Very pretty unexceptionable because the jury empanlelled Having heard there I is Mime difficulty in destitute'of the means of education- nj;trUI, of U' f'ltt !loridu,
womew showert4 down genuine sugar- were treated upon this occasion asK devulnj adequate punishment fur culprits, This U certainly a melancholy exhibition Superior Q"rz! EnamtiiaCounty
plumbs oa our carriage-e|nhell fillet! esteemed to poMCM.eome share of intellect and that the tread mill solitary Amfine- for a state like New Jersey-a state equalto May Term, 1835
with flbur. were< .kitl ly guided tr, our of their ()WD. meet Ac,. have failed in their results not of her sister in all the elements o f Win H. Chat, Coraplt. mss. Cora Ann Wo-
t boulder by occupant of terraces, windows The evidence in the'casa was entirely having prov dau &rieiitl\', eflective, 1 have intelligence any and in the .faclliurs for promoting -- comb Ida Ann Hl x.orab. Cuthbert Harrison
"' an.1 house leps-coaehea, over buten conclusive of ihe fact, that Mr. J). being in wil turned my mind to the subject, havingonce a universal education, and a state too, Slocomb; and Caroline.Augusta Mo-
with eight or twelve sometimes poured company with an acquaintance, within a w4rrgone the penance I am going to>> that can boat of an institution which hu comb heirs at law Samuel B S/otonib/ ,
down corm 01 h,Uipae 'Into our facet,. weribB for unmanageable deceased Def& IN CHANCERY
, ***e, was by concert called out thereof, pri!oners. 'he afforded the means of educating so manyof &
..\ And the fairest ,women. appeared rooM for tor the purpose of being called to account malitrate'could not he said to be severe the first men of the United Mates, and T 11I.1 day came the Complainant by his
I vr+rd la these attack All addressed each hat when thus outside and unaccompanied ",i ho only said, 'The sentence of court is, which count among. I\er.owo sons, some eouiutei, aud it appearing to the plil"
r other with gesture and word without the tilt deceased a nan who it was In evK hat the' prisoner at the bar tt drr ttd at a 01 the most accomplished scholars orator faction of the Court by affidavit filed that
jdUtlirtiun acquaint,pis. Greatly araucd deuce, a*of bullying habits as well as athletic '(atlyeffaikion.' Methinks hear the culprit and statesmen in the country.Mean \ ie defendant (fn this cause reside beyond
an<1 mist uoquestiAnaMy drenched, we frame, without the slightest pretence of thank hu atari for the mercy, until he lejorifldiclion. uf this Court and in tie
just 8IC.\ped the tumult of a horse, race.whicVcfoMS >er pnal injury, and tho warned in mild bill gone through the ordeal ; it runs thus ... state of Louisiana. Therefore it i. ordered
the afternoon sports, andI terms by Mr D. that being entirely 'ignorant -: -1M tody to be-laced infour inches smaller Fetlote, Oue who labor hard by the Court that the Mid Defendant dosppear
r V found another dal'flnished like the chapter 'of.. 0e' dispute he ought to have, than the natural else. with steel, whale without gaming profit whose poverty. here on or before the first day' t'>
of a romanco The childishness of this nothlnglffdo in it, and still furthu\ iUtra. bon, and cotton I let him eat a hearty dinner keeps pace with hw industry. Men will es he next term and answer the B)IJ ol the
folly pr counteracting ,jhe loftier excitainent of the any attempt upon his jierson, thus ap- narrow aerws the foot, and a lilte too short, price which his labor will eonn and. cpsfessed and the matter and thing thereIn
place. A *el of now image joint powes- patently threatened by several, not only to be wake them look small then let the : contained decreed ,ccor inglt. And it
'of my fancy1 aud 1 sought repose at an earl olunteered to .tale the part" of the per toots of the hair b! drawn up ny a French Tht ffev York Timn states that Celeste : isfrrtherotdered that a copy of this order
]y hour and sunk at length to sleep with aea I aoo who bad Mrt:B railed ont, but .hajJ- lairdreever},and if you wish to give addi- bat made $30,000 in the short space ef be published in the PensaeoJa. Gazette one*
"" of fantastic form and burlesqda) faces! eed to the moat unequivocal demonstration lonal torture,, pal in a Quantity of combs, five monjhs. She ha taken |4 benefit in :a week for four ntontb .uccet nel)',
1. pmmpus nose and hooked chin, bright or carrying his threat into instant .effect"here hair pins, &f. expose his. shoulders |o .their New York in three months,and the lowest ACbp
dresses: anlmite4 VQlcea, and showen of remains no doubt that whilst in the and then make him dance for an hoar mount taken on any one night was -over 4ttet (rEO. F; BALTZELL. CY*,
white sailed through my Imagination. act of attempting 'a blow, he received hiseatbv III two not forgetting Jo have, a pressure one tnousand dollars, May' 8th, 1833. la 4m. _
r/ . on the cheat bone from a broad topped steel .
r Fro+ntha IMttimreAss.ricar.. The testimony in btfcaif of )1(. Bucha- busk,end when he fs well beaten with ex- Th. Rrtunu ftora ahe'1lllJdiuounLW. offlorno -.' La" Mont foie
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of love no' doubt of Jbe re-election of undersigned residing
relation the Cui.V
'" --Tb following truly affeo- urt general fheraffer/aa well as that in ereise and tndtgestionsalt him if he wouldflee 1T <
.ting' eirfumvunoe at ending the trial of relation to his alnee being Jnhe rather submit to the trfad-mW.JI- $bf' \ iii.. as Delegate tq Cengre.s.MARRIEDi residingryAla.wilfatiendtheSuperiortcurt hereafter in Penaacola .
-MZJoi pooa&Nlx, before ApttftArnodel Geld Ea Ir. 'loruJj
vicinity of .. unequivocal ( )
IUd would and promptly
'I/*-.Cvnaty s Court, on Thursday but la copied aud entirely the 11 i. cur, oa :T...MUr, tU to business thankfully which be confided to ,
'from! tt-apoJj.npublW-SatMrday.} flrsc & .. fated with A LION all.LJ' BT A LcorAto_W. on Ida a..&. by the Her Aibbrl Strrl. P. B. T V. him any in his prof *"ioo. may
I. The i Jfcwuo-l;ke virtue and elevats4 purity him from d Jd (hat., bin. dt. dcrsuud from a gentlemen who witness LOa, Ej of Molds, ta bits, Jnu..... C fMCII-. JOHN W. A. PETTITMay
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conversion of his capital into money, will i! Iron forges and furnace, whose fire Illu-1' and denperate conflict of our revolutionary i ini I i females quite rudely. *i'
U 13 1 .SQ i1 cD D.'a. enjoy Increased udtuttagis The loliow* initialed the atmosphere for .a hunter of I y are, for the most part forgotten, bud Situ carting away 1\1,.
SA' URDAY, MAY 18, 18M r log staiemrnl nl the eiptuMrs ofohippmgcuttoii mill uround them I could nut l h j' the by many were inner heard of. Mr. Clarke, the acute lime broke opciMcKa
from Nashville to I'lulit cIVlu. vu light of the moon make any 'thermoimtri- in his natal hitor, and (k>ld bofuu h,in ), wised hun, and
NA .,-TheU, S, Sloop of War VAVDJLU Pittsburgh, jH'akVvolunn on the >jeitt cal observations-the quicksilur HI the his Natal Chronicle, bate alluded to tutmvoccuneiicesbul to Monroe '1 he letter ,
bearing the broad pennant of Com //,nfy, mil rom the Commircial List. tube being M small that 1 could not HOC La I they hate d, n i *o'quite1loosuinmstily ,,1 armed force from the terrltu.-. __ .
:f. ed from this port on a cruiM, on Sunday lait,. u Grit of irausportiii) Coitoii from Nashville height but the quicksilver ht' &he aron1C- though their works, are ling about the streets ol'feouie 'J ult. ,
;, Ten., to I'lnladelpia. by the Ohio river tar I could plainly tea move up and down valuable and accurate in rrcorjjmg the history I of the churns and 'b a"nill..
Mr Groulund [nd his corji make enter_ and l'eiin.Iveuia Canals anuT Kail and although, I could not seethe figtireson of a later ptriod. The gallant and crs"-that "" number of 'loledoans Iw
,t tuned the lover of music here on Widned toads. computing a bale at 4OJ Ib*. the II'II, >u 1 could tell vt hen I MM at a bloody boat tight of Urvwilcr liubbel and I been ludicitdb> the Michigan authoritiesfor .v
J IA'1 night fi on Nusltv'ille to l'lu\mrjot, J>1 73 safe distant (rout thciarlii, b}' the distance Hanky along the shires uf Ling Inland accepting incite under Ohio"-and that "
evening last, with a concert of vocal and In.tru-I Uriyago at 1'iUsburg to Canal bam, W that the quicksilver stood above apiece Sound white they'eucountucd the 'l'l.flCS I I""exciumini was incited high" As the
mental music. The execution upon the Violin I Commission, VU t of brass wliuh formed a proiedio 'and Krttuh, are no where recorded exceptin I tetter was w linen during' this his state of

by Mr, O u well a* that '"by Mr Gcrardm, wu I freight to I'liiladelphit Ci] per to lue'llirruunutter which was hnmcdi the nicinoms of those who remain, aida I excitement, some allowance must be made.
did by the knowing ones, to be most manterly I 2 VJPrajnge aMy al..Ilt/"ill'l of the l..nollUlar.t hen I. ho participated in then Among the fiats i forixa&geiatlon.
at Philadelphia U ever I felt tired I uuuil a \pure|, '1 In iNotwalk (Huron co) Re&ctor'ef
Their second and last Concert U advertim-d for IIJ'J Ibs bottuitif the nr, and piece my baruui 1'1 of less than forty 1I1t'1I. at Miohia: in tin llih instant, in Mating tlte. posture 01
this evening, at the City Apcmbly Room. I Total S I t.IJ tier opposite tin.-etch Its hitght and ;Manu who, when the)'.luurdofthu tornmcncemoiil thing ut that lime, give* the following m- r
being a fraction over 1} cent per lb. I w heucver I found it rising I."oul,1 throw I of hostilities Lexington took ion of the''loledoamuri"-
The aJminutation party, have triumphed at the ; The time rt.uin.odouJd be seven dv>s out BUIIIC lialliot to counteract it" pnnHeiMion eta butler loop, and tooted j j titllllf' ta). 'au, the court being in **:
late Virgins Election, The Richmond Whig allowing one day each afNashvilli and course Now and thru JH>ulJ look over with thirteen pitchfoikou imbrcs ten or klon in Monroe county, M. '1'. proiesswaa
t Commences an article announcing the fit will I Pitttiburg ; for receipt and shipment fnnnI'lttsburg the car and take particular '1OIIl't.uf the twelve uxtK, and stone pieces uf salt pork, cat dow n to 1 olcdo lo street and lo lake
the following word "Sold to the Dutch'IPsAart to 1'hildelphia, 12 days-making direction and sitMiittuu ofllw unttirour. sailed iu pursuit of a Unli h armed adiouner i to the jail of that county, sonic mm w ho
in all 21 day..F. see \thiih I had in sight nearly the (carring (our.dx pvundcr, twenty had Urn engaged in a riot. The rioters
mtt A* enemy and-*t ARC yuccas. whole of my aerial "o>'age aud shout swivil*, two wall pieccw with the fropor w ere ..di inul i by B justice' and wilier oflivers -
In none of the varied aspect In which human AN .tRIAL VO'AqE.Aboot which I should not ha" been able to true tionalc nnaniciitof cutla tie*, Art anna of'1 olvdo that Michigan had no June-
the middle ufUwt month a Mr Clayton my course. die) laid-her alongside and, after horl ,diction over ihrni, and hud no tight lolake
nature may be wen, I ia it so inexplicable, 'a* in a mechanic of ofCuiuiiti aM 'nU d m a 11. Soon tfter crossing the &rioto river, I and desperate cngMgtmenl carried her by them j and they therefore. act the oflicetsat r r
the mattet-about which we are to *p>'ak, It u loon, ing with hue s much water and ptLlI.rtllnto another current of air, "hicb boarding \\'Uh the gnus and umniiinilio ditiaiue.htulhefaclswe.e eiau-U to
a general rule that men'action are prompted b;, carrj previsions carried me duei"iuti, ami immediately over j procured by thu capture they aimed ulhrveMH.U the cart, prou, ass Issued aguiurl the 4.e
and etch aeupply of gee u it wa thought and took oflletts who the advue for an alleged
motive i yet what motive can a man have in ate tUIU'UN.itM'. otter, I passed Into anu\h- t many prices.lateral | gave ,
would enable him to prosecute bill voyage from errurrrul of air, ttluch,cwK. .d ".. alone, little little: wile litud out from teaiatanceotlegal) piocii1. and asufIK -
tcmjiting to deceive where he cannot derive the that coy to the Atlantic bonierHe Iravrllixl dQII.rollght 1 me, at II tint k nearly Uj tu Boston Iud ate vicinity mud crtilfrd. wit" 'lent number came Uowu from Mciuoc
leant poMibte advantage from cacre, aud where 399 ruby at the rate of JT milr per hour. The (iv>lia ; little below which I crossed. ucceM and tepeau.il uccctslt-d again* und took them b) lot cc*ud C'UD. uhtu them
ignominy and shame may.wait upon the failure "I the lJbu titer, On entering a stew current Hr) superior force 'J he urhievnntiit II the Monroe jail) where they still tee t
his device 1 In looking over the N. Y. Mirror, following account ef Ih* miller i* taken from the uf iiir tho Dallooa wa always nlightly of lloi'kma. Vuglonl, Kiddie, 1Vilhunts, mnin. No other uisiurbance ha. been uiadthy .
received by yesterday' mail, we find publish Cmclunati Rei>uM. n of the IHthiiltmto. I agitated: : \\hea this utI'ec..1 would Water an1'hiI11Io unsuijiucecd for Michigan.
Mr. Clayton's Ritttin.-\Veare happy pay pal&ic1t1ar attention in aaceruuiung the their cool intrepidity and good jmlgrmcnMf The question a* to whalconroc the (iov-
tli..re. ore nul, come hoc* of poetry beginning, to announce the safe return of this intrepid new direction. of the currtiBt., Soon ufii' t'Urke ruaU tho follow erg instance trout ot thin bate w ill pursue should these .
t with a.ronant, who ascended (rom this in a crossing the Ohio the balloon was N. 1: whirh exhltfie Scry forcibly the darhlJldmrnC'll't' lirrMms receive sentence of ptiiuiueoi a-
The Sun i III in the Writ, balloon < n \\ Jarwla\ week last, and a- 1'<. current to another cariu-d nu! oter and adroit man The Star arc tlw Sea" &c bout whose fate no much intitet-l has bcin thckaiutma rner. Iruni the rnpiiitj \i l wauioranf thud dllY i ; "undoubtedly elicit much talk; lor it is presumable
oo felt in our communit>':' ,Mr. Claton has with v loch terrestrial object Memcd tll In June 177U, an expedition of the Cnl. i that he will take measures to lib.
Which appeared ia the.Pvnii.-uuU Gin'tie of turninhed for publication a rely interest- mute, I found that my tale of irutelim ted Mate ve""cli* wu tilted out and sailed rate them. If there ere no other means for'
the 23th October lat pug narrative of his voyage,which we gitc lied Incrcu't'd. At half put U, I Iatla.ed L iri'in lloston.-II'tr>nM,ted of the 1'iov doing this besides the two we. hats heard t
The foregoing remark have reference, o( in to-dav's. paper term t hid i' till Le 1It.,11 o'er Charleston, and in sluts iniiiuie wa : dince, 32 gaits, Loinhipplc, time QUt'l'1I staled which are tithcr to bring them bya 4to I
course, to the correspondent of the Mirror who that descended about huif past l\voo', carried offer the furnaceapfKanabwa Snit I of Franco } "Hi gone, Capt.J. 1', Kath writ of habeas corpus belore a Judge of
dock, Ux>n a spur of the Aiiegbany \\niks. and continuidiii,thhtcourve unit bnrne. und the eohM'P ot war Hanger, Cap rite I'citui States fcupnine C;ourt or to
has attempted so poor a trick I drawing him.at.lfIn 1 Io\lotlLin' iu Mouroe t\"IIII", in the hate, I v u.i in eight uf the fork funned bv l>au N.mjxon. About the middle of July near rescue them ly forest, and thus embroil thebtiite
stolen garment, which at bent mud fit him of Virginia, and w ithin ;t view ui this maid icy nail New liner While in night of11aw tile banks of Newfoundland an the squadron inaihh war, t.ov. Lucas will .loud
jkngraeefully, and which ho.i. liable,every hour. ridge of the Aheghmtieshaving ucxotn I liner, I approached the c..lrtb.und all lay inthe fog igiul gum were heard piobubiy adopt the foinnr.f .
have tom from his limb" plashed in the opace of niiie hour* cud t. I an l\lh woe nearly .cxbuusted aud a, and at Inlf'nal.lhe wniudu of chips billairikingMhehourii .
recreant half, a ditiUnce of three hJoII: .eJ and lifts Use part our which I WM floa'ing upbear t'rom thin they'PI'o, :>" Since the above was in type, we have
Tho following articleh the Philadelphia miles in a rin.ect line, or upwards ul foot* eii.in open ('ountrj', I prepared for a decpnt -' fed Uienifl\c to le sear a fltil. About received the Toledo Gazette of the 16thUmt 1
Gazette holds out tke of involution 'ii hundred niiies by the uuti route 'lliis: .them mtr b itr ljii\ anchor which eleven o'clock the fog begun to elm ,ofT, ", which ,1\'C'a full aicoi.nlol the affair
prospect a feat is unparalled in tho u,in iN of Uulrvvning u'tr diipifiMf for a Unit ,-Out nice- caught when the crew of the Queen of all'e0 above *i(keti of. The"' editorial arti'*
the commerce of this.country of great interevtto to A few hours longer iu the air would firn.iy hold of ali't : but on coining dose their great nurprisQ found Uinnueh tea near ties on thesubjecrcontain, as might be ex-
every commercial) town on the Oulf of Mexico, havp earned him some L"t,uicc leaf of the to' the top of trot, I found to mj surprise I)' alongside a large merchant ship, and peeled, much severe language, and ninny'
Hud partioulnly to "New Orleans The lat: AlleghaniiM.Mil hat lu"ttavf a tit open roiiritr). I wa Hoonafier they perceived themselves to be harsh epithets ire IIPVUeu to the NlthllIn. 1
five have d 'a CLAYTON'S JO JRN.tL in a dense forest, on a eoaiderubleion. eheva in a fleet of one hundred and fifty nail lin There is also in the rants paper' a ctmir.u-
twenty year open vi' greater At 5 o'clock i took my dc[ irture from der the convoy of avcvnty four and several nlcHtion front Major, UTICKMIY, which, at
mount of mechanica rtsovrcee than a hundret, from Iho Amphlthettrv-whlih was pretty The wind wan blowing powerfully and frigate and aloopMof war. 'Ihe Queen tlf it givis the detail in a shorter spect, we .
years had I over done before :The ingenuity end well filled with |M.ttalora., aud conuin- I found it,impot>siMe tom>eratt.ilie anchor.Thconly I'rant* Immediately bore down to lie large copy entire though we roust express our
enterprise of man, may be said to have ahum ed the beauty and fahhiou of the &il--II11I.1 'way ofgefthngottofthisdiRivulrty nhip and hailed her. She answered that the tinw illmgiuss lo believe, wlih tho Major,
ascended with celerity auto the atmosphere w at to cut au a) the anchor calilc. 1'M;! diet was from Jamaica,' !hound to London that we are "advancing tan horrid border F t
tune and bid d,'fiance
triumphed over npaea. They awldst the cheering saunde fit music anu t dad> ( and in a abort tlDe.1; asc 'tided to The English ship then hailed the Ainerl. Wilt." :
to ob.tade.'aoJ iiopsU nent where nature the acclam'it ions of my friends lu a ji\v an autude AS great M ,1- hniy previously can add was answered hm Mhjcuty'g ship
hud seemed to say thu per and tao farther shtlt moments I had a full v icw of Cincinnati, of attaiuoil liitiold: wee intNIIiC. I could Al'cthu"Irom llelifux. on a C'I uill'. Ih FROM TBS TOUOO C.t&ITTI.
thou go." Human. scanty cannot foresee the Newport and of .l1I'0I1.anJ of the sot atrium the 'u'jl6bt of the> thermometer American then hHjui..J I if they hud veen a )MAUMC April 13. 1830. .
which team, the of all D..ba- thousaiiJiof spoctaturs that syrruunded but have nn(dotdbtlt Was ten>ily ti* ray rebel pilvutecr. The UnglioJi replied Mr. DOWKBI To.answer at once the numcrous >, fi!
change greatest amphitheatre lAnd covered every pert low a"Zelo. \hulrtowJoMl night of the thutbovcntlhad been driven out "of ,the Inqui/ers. Jn relation to the,cutra-
Dkdlif'ntl. will yet produce It ha* alrea,ly which nifofdcd a favorable opportunity of water ctfUrnes.: 1 could pee no lights in Orel. The Amtncitn, Captain Itathburue. under the authority. of the 'fH
operated a radical change m the .condition of hat iceinn Ihea..C't.11i'1ion'. I soon urnuti .t a any dlreetiot. I laid d"'obl the bottomof then rcqucfiedtlie CupUm of the llglIl\b Territory of Michigan on the people of
the world,'and U destined to pIO lace still more suflicienl altiiixie to give the.Ipl'dloll'r. a the car, button rayv t rightly round vessel to conic on hrordwliuh lieitid vhei Toledo Ohltvl) make this cominuuliation.On .
wonderful change kleanei'. But while Philadelphia good view of tin dfr cent of my parachute me put' on my glove.covered toyed with to her great astonihmtlufUllt1d biuutd the night of the Nth uistant Icing absent
which contained dug of about ivvcni) Ivvo blanket*, which I htdtafceu as wrop.I a. pntMiiii from residence iu Toledo, t+tout
and other northern cities am ttruilinj rnunds.welght. The parachute on l>uni< |MIN for the LtlToon drank MID brandy atiialnUnihhtimn then aent one of hip 3D mile, feeling the utmost stturtly iu the
t s. Odiaua* in not unmindful of herinte.e.tlior ..- I great relocit/ for a coumdernule dmianci unit 'm)" wivel ,rip, fete diet h. Ixoiii melt I ma wed, to tits *litn, of which the Vxh being on my return home, 1 Mae
projected Rail Road lo Baton before it spread'open lut when it did OKI sleep. I was aw aliened st leer by mj cur 1 lit,). tin,k ijulct .posMtweion, without tmci- met by a number of feoUciii ti>, at cone, 14
fashiillex distended slowly and I watched Ira ktrikmg 1 iniiiieci! Rougo and Atrha&lya, prove that *he>U) not course downward 1 thought for somelliiit eland found ih.it it was dragging over .lllIdlllll many of the vessels' were nearly that a band of lufllsns, of thirl) or t ode,
nupint ly content with the were natural advantage hat[ it would fall into the canal j but at last ho top of the tft'l e. I saw sbvfot., mo a within ball of the one captured. Hal hliunic had, In the dead of the night tune to my ,
of her position, and that she U alive to thenuvictiun I I saw It pass upon terrtf firrna.:!, As 1 a- riser situ I thought NOIM buildings, TlieyHfHirud then went aloiigiide another largn IIbl" lioiute from:Monroe, iOtMtrhigso, and in 4
that hir,Mumuuiippi-alone,will not tn- tended my scenes bec"mu.m"re. extensive! but a little dfe'tote from me but Commodore W hlppta came alonymJe and a ferocious manner demolitLid tho door
and diversified t but every object moie die f afterwards ft mi< ,,.Oj 4ey were abont Ordered Captain Kathburnn to edge' away] leading to fits principal, avenue of m)
aWe her to keep pace,in commercial improvementand minutive. The nectator| shrank to Lilliutiins four mile distant., I: .aucmpted to. rtop: out of thC Sleet aa lOOn an possible, M be liotue, and soiled a gentlemen (Mr. boco-
prosperity, with the *pint of the IT' ? ; and the homes und carriages iin my bnl'n t>y tliniiinf 1.1\ the branches oi( was persuaded they .would be dilleu\ered sell) and bor him ott, and Inatcd his lady
But if New Orleans i*.to benefit by this newlY the roads, were like the to)". of children the trew-mvcral of which broke but at and ovrrp ,were found mean of l land'traniporatioii, mhut' ThvhiUs around the city which form, theboundary last I caught a etroi.g lx ugh : and by holding hen pointed out the two large chip Le house) with brujlsb} leDce-1I0twjla.-
It" mAY of our view w hen below, ,uuk I to K with one hunt) with all my might had captured and JeCIUCllll-d pcrrunuiuHi to suiuLng I exhorted all to *cxercwe mode.
Hot be expected for Pt' .oI.' Philadelphiamay Into the earth and seemed level with the : and'pulling the,live rope with the other 1 ff'lIIbin. The Commodore ul brat dlnap- ration.
traverse with her Rail Road the Allegheny pjitn ; and far beyond theta,:amidst tb.. :'wan chablo-1 in It rest mile to, draw roy proud of thin Irojt'cil but win at length But which arrived the scene of action,
mountain; what shall prevent u* from constructing vast wood, I could tiiignisIi the nunicrou I cur down the tree "erral feet and to secure prevailed upon by Captain Kothbnrriu to aud the female showed me their "wounds w wIn
one, over the level pine lands of Alabama 1 14jhall 1 towns and cultivated spots. The i it by roeausofa roj>e, After being confident stay in the Beet ul day and capture II ma- and related the tales of their sufterii ,., and
it H hole scene appeared| liko an extetintve map that I'had scented my balloon looki try vessels an they could in the mime CHU- 1 eismined the demolished be answered thai Philadelphia and New epreod at my feet ( curry street and alley: : at my watch end found U to be 1-2 pact 2 lou* nianuer. Aaaoonas It via dark they tearing evidence nf their lAbumaanajignity 1
Orleans are already great commercial citim. with and building, nod improvement, plainly o't lock. A,1 thin hour of the inonuug, I eft.the fli et itficr having captured eleven) It lIftame a ,question whether
a vast amount of able capital, ready to be marked upoa it. Through the mitre olthepi.ture thought it would he uscleselo go in search vewela, without giving alaun. The "quid. moderation was longer m ,virtue snd rnr .
applied to object of Internal improvementwhich ; the rim, Ohio ,pewee and ofaseittancei( I therefme remained until ron arrived sale ut llohton with bight 01( (M-lings could DO'longer be ,orercsecJMw > j
any its.erpenrinecourwnireach directfoi ui day l'reak.' I then descended to rxploivihewildernensln their pi ire*-three of them'hating been \ n my dauglrtcr jtavle out r1 oft
may tend la their further advancement. tilloet in the mist which bounded m> which I had alighted. retaken by the Cnglj h. murder, she was seized by the throw ud A
Why then we reply, that there i* jut a**little view Fora uumbtr of miles'* could Put there wa no trace of human foot steps No men are mote cmhu"iatio in attach shaken with nonstroiw violence,and the *%
doubt the the Rail Road from this place to Co- race the river Lkklup, the ugZng cour" n, mark of hinge produced by' man. A mint to their profession thin the ofliierf iprit&tfor'a 'man's baitd: in "purple, WM '
Uimbus will be Made in the course of. ft w of the Miami canal and the turnpike aud number of large tries were levelled with the of our net y, and to none could the honorable strong/) marked, with many other erntu.Ions. .,
year diflererit rimrls branehin; from the city. ground, bul lucre wan no murk of the tpskuf recording its h'f'o.y and a- Mis toodtelf .bl>ited0.srksoft|. t
a* that the, work internal impro vement, spoken At Martina the baronxtur flood U : 3 "011\11:1\1': axe upon Ibcra.-They had hieviinentf he pioj-e properly ,tonfidcd olejic lilewW This )lk I"D bandiitlirocccded
of in the subjoined .,tide, have been made :0: lnche.-the thermometer at 72 deg.: hccii e>;id intly leached by a hurricaneTcrciiviBg ;- tit. awork rre'uiri..gcsreful' IIrCutlC'yalid likewise to the sleeping PI'&oo
The atock of the Rail Read Company, i* so for and the wind earned me ,,r..41 So 1-1 In ihelirection that I waaoua mountain, and patient research and we bhoulil have, noduleult men; of another g 1IIItemaa.() //)d\*1.1] n
titled by legislative{ pads and guarantiee and o( Uavarij. At half peat 3 o'clturst 'in the door where he w n. ssieep, *it bIt
hebarotnelar stood at l') nicbs and iheberutometer nwendfdto the lop of W,, elcvaUun ..lId'Juhl naval friends w ho ouid add to doses re- ring upon him in bed, b for the (let Ml 8.ation. I
and" sustained bf individual refonsibiUy thMit at 'M de**. I begun to (el.1, | discern in tine valley r and en the directio i. tiUaea finished scholarship and not uuractixtd one 01 ibex aliemptfd ufgoutre out
cannot fail command_ a high price in the mar cold, and pit on mj pleat coat. At tin >i that J hail seen eke river the previ'. pen. title fit his .eyoe 'with, his thuaif. :bore ,
ket. Indeed the mot i f flory awuraneae_to pmt f heard report of. cscnon, and e- otisevinmg. acultivate ten at this height Ihe noise t f cattle and along the .ide of a ,beautiful ,stream .[ in requisition to [u( lUirivt I
this effect have been received New York
from I the woolman's 6\", I soon passed over for aliot three miles, I M.nd> Ibis allot, Luc TMII11" National IntrlligtHrtr s in danger, and by their indignities to
., ; by the eompany'here. There i Is no longer any 1 he Little Miami fleet kiepiug the Ohio had tofidliwatruiktt> miles furllier to According U>.the general anticipation, keep their feelings on the rack. After IM ou t
qucrtie* therefore, a* the mouer, and vast a* w I river tom ya right, mid after d icfndiiig '. gel asniitunre, I tm*'ur tVaiiitaure, and Mt'. .1A11IY yesterday look leave of the dayaof court mockery at Monroe. .those.
t the undertaking, the World may be awued I ittl" had fair view uf the towns, and we couveed the liallo farm on each .Ide of tile, A few minute Mr. JoMph t.raham, a respectable Intelligent --* Injrlalli-d 'In-- his nlar*--. Oo the IfHh, it was reported that an atC I
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that Its will not amber it. In
projector upon before6, I pasnedoverllitavia, and Coninued faimer with whom I remained Dr. Mason, recently appointed Chief' med force was assembling HBder the come '
portion U the greatness of th. enterprise, will bathe In an l:. H K llir 'tJO"-mJ 'alihie three days aatillteruWget l a con\eyanc Clerk to the lieneral Post Ofiiro. (a jrno.- nand of General Drown, to msrdi for 'reaat
mean, the lmdu try .& the intelligi! mr,w I ude then, a* Indicated by the bl\rofQ tll return During my uy at&fr. C.ham' al friend trot connection of Mr* lUaav,) ledo, and lake, a* prisoners oil 'persona? '. it
will.Inq'tt. to *U itcolapti.hmsoc* was two and a half I lle. I been lo' fwj I[ wa \Imtid by a great number of persons hasaim* resigned but IrulL hi I. Mid that who bad accented ofllee under Ohio ("> I
J cold t*>the fhermotneier sloiJ m U. des from the sunuundmgesnrrtey. P. H. LoroHMnocoH, Kaq., wllu'tau., for bout dozed.) On the UUi they err&I I C
Trade of td.11'estern Cot,ntry,-By the I _I sat down in ray car and took aoino ref The spot on which I tamta ia the lop ofa several years Ailed an agency in thai Department ved, IB force, a* reported of about two' '
completion of the Pennsylvania canal lPituburg rr tJment. mountalu chili) feet (a* indicated by my U to take post as Chief Clerk. hundred strong, armed with mvba.u4' a
a new era has openei upon the! I wi. now molp rdelifhlfullv through Berometarshove the level of UM aea, and This we should sjuppvM (o be a good ape beJo eta. The Ohio officers, hating been
J' Western country.' "Heretofore the Western be air. The liule agitation "the balloon tailed Steremon'a- Kaob. or Htinaon'a polntmeni. lulled Info.eetirityby the aneurancee of the
' and South Western farmers planters and"received on starting had ceased and there Knob, Monroe county,' 'Virinl.1 about rommiseioners of the United Cute I
; merchants have snffered greatly in the value was not the least rotary or aaciJUiory NOtIon four miles from Unioo, twenty rnilr' from I TUB MAUMEE WAJf.'The (Messrs. Rush and Howard,) were w i
._.- .oftheir productions by having but one market perceptible-not a ripple in the silk t>'i burf, withinMiatuf the Allfjzhany prepared for defence, and retired,aDd gavi j
. accessible to them, and that market ia a of the balloon lo be seen, and all wa per Mountain), and at a distance from CtnclD- subjoined, from the Uibsnoa Record (hem full space for thedieplay of their gasconade
:1, great degree closed to them during the nickly feet silence. '. I could almost have imagined natJ, according to the route I travelled in is the' latest information we have which .wed.fully exhibited bj
season of the year. The consequence that I was an Inhabitant of a little the balloon of three hundred and fifty mile : from the seat of the controversy, and sp- the bravo General pulling dow n the dui
was that New Orleans exhibited at urges ,a world of my own Died in the immeasity' but according to tire usual route of travel I< patently impending cm flic t, between' the of Ohio, cud dragjunff it through the
,. t glut and at times. a scarcity at times of Ip e from which I could view at my,, ling more than four bandied miles.which auihoiiticsof OHIO and Mumc**. W e are streets, at the, tall o(1t horse and other.
j high price and at time low pnte*{ which feet the earth in imHion revolving on jut distance I went in nutand a half hour sorry lo find mature are proceeding to' similar a/1*. *.* ar
'. gave an insecurity to tauines by ,no mean. axis. At this altitude I experienced no i Tliw voyage, I believe, baa completely such tUlDiti.en the tief" Tnw the Hlth TeW&vr of the I'nltw ,
. fovourable to the steady march of agricultural ; unpleasant seasaUon no difficulty in breathing fuWlleU the promises I made ia ray adi trtiemenl Jl'II'1 Btatr has challenged"he 'JMaie of Ohio
industry. The can* ,1 is now however no pain nor swelling in my head, a* aDd |idle lonceel aerial .voyageby NEWS FROM TIIB OOl In the form -unrestrained vuilcne
altered. That Immense regioa of country has been said) by some jeronaiils,to be endured far, ever per/urued by any other Jron. Btnreour last publication, oem* of an uuplfa and we cannot,dowtx, that the State ha
r has now two markets one of which will be I at great aliuudes but have no doubt r ant character bt rear bed'M from the virtually accepted the challenge, and ware
available! at a period when New Orleans is. that at the height of three and UK half( or Northern boundary, which tins fnevihal fan advancing a horrid / /,, lie .
deserted and the effect _.u tit that the necessity i I four mile, owing 14 .the {' the atinoaphere Ova REVOLCTIOXVIV Nrr.-There i* II chanted Ib*feature of affair A rUN dv that we know baa frequently extended.t ,
of forced sal** in an overstocked a diCcuJiy of brewing, .and a branch of our annal which has beta !! ted.Maumco, Apiil HIM" is pu>>)l.hedIn iDdlscrLmmate fxle.m (nicn. A
market will be avoided. ,swelling lu th* head ht experienced At strangely oeglfrted and which L* neither1 the Columbus lLeeid ophne, la w Lick the There cannot Ni a doubt that thegyipft
But ihU is not ali When produce I.I nueb a* altitude, th* scenery w cwt so beau.li.1 deadest 10 'Interet nor ia 'luaieHaLve{writer states thai on the 8th instant ate rous OhUMos will turn out m */f if.'
hipped by the Pennsylvania Canal to the a* it U at a half mule from the earth allude lo our naval history. Every body Ut* hour,>'."'lwlv and thr"o'rJ tk protect tbev, northern border, and rc tTV I
. Northern Atlantic cities, the owner who for the object appear concealed la 'mist, has heard of I'aal Jones aid of Tt"'foII'l[e.pone attended by the ,h"rUhl MorJ- the savage barbarity of the border of(b I/
dtt may visit those cities for toe parehaM of'I'sod th* whole ha A monotonous appearance aadevery body knew, ky, -, .joTotodfO, troke open the houseofiMMrftefcMjr. north .
goods will lave an opportunity ofpversee- cbievemenu of hell ', Porter, M'- } hb Your obedjeal *ervs.ot
tog the sale bjmieU and. by the. qukker : A little beyond fomaowthl noted tke PuGoyC, aatj Deinbe.1g.11.W the earl: ,, &be J4 ra .ll B. it wxi,eY.
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u/ 'I :; : SEEDS.! one'mile. Abo 6 on the Bayou Texar from $ 100 Reward. Southern Yellow fine Jfuw. k

,WLt IAZNTT&. rlIG subscriber has Just received a largeassortmeuv the lands Shokloford up the said Bayou, from the ewtedy of the Mar- tier.PROPOSALS .
JL seeds of to where the line between s2U ESCAPED 0 f
r ib AY jt1i Ifiib. garden every Range rang the bight of the 20th day of
I description. .They were prepared by the and 30 strikes the same. Also 00'a tract of March hat W illiam Hamblclon who was will be received until the

will bo issued ',every bat* Hocicly! of Shakers in Connecticut: and land adjoining the western boundaries of convicted of stealing and fined by the for the supply at fort \

/ / 4,'at gJ W per annum, in ad- and are warranted. 'iUo following U a the City of PensucoUi embracing a tract of Jury the sum negro 01 seven Hundred Dollars, & Adams, Newport Harbor, R. I. of the lo,. Flowing

ri' i iiyat>ie at th. end of six catalogue of the bevds. upwards of thirty acre ---as the /Jaw will be William lIam- : tj
costsof The said
I Aec..8. :,,"yMe at the expiration of the >sac Uhae Union, Yellow Onion, Red On- strictly enforced against them. bleton is prosecution about twenty four of age,%- ERN YELLOW PINE Lt: I.
1act'jMis option of subscriber. Iou, Early Uiood Turnip tied, Early JOliN HUNT. half BER. 1
I bout five feet and a Inches high
seven ,
'& inserted at the rate of Sugar do. do. Ear', Orange do. do. Salad. Ap. 25 1833.-7.-3t. fair and light hair little Inclined Viz. 1st, of sawed timber.
dollar for fourteen hues less br Swiss Chard do. Lung Blood do. Long complexion 32 each 31 feet
.one every (or ,) I'N u2PL'cTlm to w hen standing and is round pieces.- long by 12 in ,
for tho first, and IJfiy'cents fur every continuous Mangil Uurtreldo. Long \\ hlte Scarcitydo. or TOE shouldered stop tlueejca and bas a bold cry look.- chesby inches. !

subsequent nter on. I bcarlct Cairot, (very hue,) Orange Tallahattft Gazette and General .! do. bloat do. Early Horn do. Guernsey : by 12 inches.2d .
vertwer. ing paid his fine. The above reward there
,; Nate} Nail Ito
Engudk: papers Ui.ton< part of the Lllli.i Cucumber, Extra Long do. Long tircel THE City of Tallahassee Florida a VVjlhan llambleton in the town of Marrian G4 pieces,-each 31 feet long, by 12 in.

\ don, and :Ureenw it'h Rail JolAdfiU go du. Early Frame do. Early do. i'rickry I weekly paper, entitled the "tJallahaslt'e: I' na Jackson County district. of West Florida dies by) 6 inches. _

: Ares tkoutaml arches,and it Is intended toy Gherkin do. Superior Watermelon, Early: I Gazette and General Advertiser," its columns James \\'. Exum:; orTHOMAS H pieces,-each 23 feet long by 1:: inchcs -

,: make these arches to serve the purposes oft Ipplesced do. Large Mu!
*cottages and that they shall! be inhabited.: Nutmeg Melon, Large Canlelop do. Green Improvements, and general intelligence, "ity Marihal District If. /*. 321 pieces,-each 21 feet long by 12 iu.ches .

This in certainly a novelty, and one of an Citron do. Pomegranate do. Egg Melon, composing, the news of the day both fo- April llth l836.8t.. by 6 inches.
Dutch Hummer Squash Cuoh Crook: do. 86 -eacb 18 1-2 feet
agreeable character, that carriages full of reign and domestic wither civil or political.In pieces long by 12
do., Crpokuwk bdnimer do. Crookneck Taxes.THEjmdersigncd 0 inches. _
r passengers and goods will go orer the top accordance! to custom we shall inches by
habitations at Vinti do. Mammoth do. White Cushaw proceed is now ready to re- Ill 12 feet
of human great speed, with in a brief manner to lay before pieces-each long by 12 iiches .
very ,
do. Cocvanut dr.' Mammoth Pumpkin. imposed on Heal
the C Inches
mot perfect security and convenience the the by
0' to all parties. To get clear o(all smoke a- Connecticut do. Cheese do. Iniperml bn- I which public the Gazette-uiualysis will be conducted.of plan on estate, Slaves, Horses Carriages &c. all 3d of planks inches thick and 12 inches

rislpg out of these residence* of men and Loaf Lettuce, Early \\huu HenJ do, in person paying the same on or before the wide.

t ?women,which would be a great annoyance, Ice of Urf'fIIl Head do. Ice COM do. While view They the will landmark endeavour o/lhe steadily Constitution to keep of first day of May next will be allowed discount I ,(XX) superficial' feet, or 45,000 fttt

\ d..: on the roil rond, the apartments, or arches. Cuss do. Magnum Uonum Cuss do. Cabbage :. the the United States which of 5 pr cent, and all Taxes'unpaid inch measure.
by they hopeo !
head do. Long While Naples Radish, on tho'lrstday! of August next will be dis
will be warmed by gun stoves, which will steer their course aright. As moderation Each plank bring TO 1-2 feet long,-or,
bony plaid light and heat, and w itbout Impregnating Scarlet Short 'l'op
the atmosphere with any n ox- do. Long Salmon do. Long Scarlet do. shall be slow to brand with political hereby, PAI.MES half, 10 1-2 feet long ; -or half 16 1-4 ;J j

tous impurity. Scarlet or Cherry Turnip do. White those[ politicians tthomav honestly diner ; City TQJT Colltctor. feet, & half 1'2 feet long;-or halt, 16 1.2
', Fall Spanish do. Black do. Early SugarLoaf in from Pensacola April LBth 1835.b3t.NOTICE. feet, & half, 14 feet long. (,.
opinion us.- ,
'. CoNtra:' WITH A WUALi.-Whales form Cabbage 1 Early George do. Early It is. our design fairly-to report the passing 4th, flowringplanks, I4 incbes thick,
'w I distinct class. Where several vessels are Dutch do. Early York do. Large York or Political of the the and 6 inches wide. 50,000 feet inches
assembled at any of the places of rendezvous harvest do. Early\ Batter e.. do. Early: views that news have day, political advocate AT the next term of the honorable the measure.In .

the oldest captain in company is styled Bullock's Heart do (very fine. Large Bergen will be we done may occasion tofaj to Couuty Court of Kscambia County., to equal, or assorted lengths, not less
the admiral 'They hate suppers on ; do. Drumhead do. Late Dutch do. Flat concerned and be held at the city of Pensacolo, on the than 18 feet.Every .

board one of the ships, every, night, to Dutch (very fine,).do Green, bavoy do. as freinds we are who fat with we hope our- first Monday of October next, shall apply) piece of the above lumber must U
our UII communications
.which all present are invited, by hoisting a Yellow do. Green Glazed do.; Turnip Mooed ', will may observe the same rule, otherwise for the settlement, of my accounts as the Executor I. of the best quality, esto strength and du-

,' flag before sunset. I attended on one of do. lied Dutch do. Colewort, Large their piiohcation will nut take placerin of Lot is PI-UNAS' decided and rabiht)' ;-of full dimensions, and peifectl

' those occasions, and was much amused by Purple Cape lrocohhite do. Eurly the observance of this course, we shall move to be finally discharged. free from sap, shakes, cracks, splits, urd !
the peculiar slang of these people. Come." Cauliflower Half Hardy do. Late Dutch do. act with strict Impartiality. HENRY MICHELET, from knots that are loose, dciocd, or

,, laid the captain, "lake a cigaroa'l) find Cesarean Kulc or",C'ow Cabbage, Scotch It will be the aim of,the publishers to. Executor.' more than,3-4 of an inch in diamf'trr.0
I J\t cm pretty much half Spanish, 1 guess." I Kale Early Dutch or Spring Flat Turnip, render to their ptrons, all the satisfaction April 11111, 1835.-5.-Cm, piece will be received that contains n.ary
Flat do.
f inquired of one who had been relating Early Garden Storm do. Norfolk knots although
pome do they are capable of, bearing in 'mind however they may .e'tmall aid
with whales whether he had Fine Hootch or Aberdeen do. Rutabaga NOTICE.AT sound.
exploits nev- the old adage, they that would attempt ,
er felt that he was lu danger I Why, Ialwayr Long Hanover do. Sage, Large Utli I'eppcr. tp please evrybody will please nobo- the next term of the honorable the Cth, of CLEAR flooring planks, 1 1-4 t
think, if I have a good lance, the Squanlida Cayenne do. Purple EggPlant inch thick t
".. dy. County Court of EscambiaCountytobe I and 6 inches wide I-best
Curled Pe Plain *
Cress or
dish is most in danger I"' I asked another vergra.'Id
Small Although it is our design, to pursue a held at the city of Pensacola on the first .
r Cress Water Cress Large 1 Oiuuto;
'whether had ever met with an accident 7 untramelled the shakles of Monday of October next I shall for : *
course by apply feet inches
White any 13,000
do. Oys'er: ,
I can't how I have Vegetable
exactly as
I .. say though Solid Celery Rose,colored Solid do. hummer political party-in making this avowal', settlement of my accounts as the Executorof I In equal, or assorted lengths, not less than
J. came plaguy near it once. You ,
3 we Cur- we would! not be understood as being indifferent PUILIPE LCONCIO PRIETO deceased, and 18 feet.
! \ a' was off the coast of Japan,_ right among a Savory, Dwarf Curled Parsley, to the of correct more to be #inall .
importance, principle ,
' ; ,. ,.honl l of whales, and'all hands was out In led ParsleyCurled do. New Zealand Spin- HENRY MICHELET I The delivery to commence early in the

S, >the boat,except me and the cook: I waslookra'at true, render do. Hound do. Green Curled They wish however distinctly to have it Executor. ,. :I Bummer, and be completed by the let of 1
do. White
Endive Broad Leased Ib35
f 1 the creatures with a glass, and 11th 1835.5.Gm.NOTICE. September
known that w ill neither lead the April
they van, ,
I Mustard' Brown do. Long White Okra Payment will be made if
< ,saw on80n em flirt her tai) agin'a boat and follow in the train of required oa
or designing political -
I 'hurt U rot n do. Asparagus, Nastiiition, each cargo duly inspected and receive.
: y. Jt w s a caution tq see the scuttcruicnt she intriguers who are of .
men principle
I I ..:- made of her. All the boys were sentwiotmin' Roquettc! | Corn Sallad, Curled Chervil, In ,to their interest. % All communications touching this subject
Bngliuh Si>rreL Leek,Saffron, Skirret, proportion AT the next term of the honorable'the will be addressed to the
j so the cook, and"me jumped into feubscribtr.
I Several colu of the Gazette will be
I I \ a boat and picked em op.. Directly) ,thoAs1 Migiionilte, for feeding Bee. Sweet Mar- to mns of l\lurall&nt, Mistcluncouslchaructcr appropriated Court Escambia County, to JOS. G. TOTTEN, Lt. Col.
be held at the ofl' ullacola the first
Lc- city on
!! Uowed close tous,, and I took an Jur eet,Sweet Thyme, Sweet ..avenderr under the head of Head- Eng'rs. Brevet Col.
of October I shall for
t A "Iron :amt sunk It into her, and I know how nun Kilm, Early Golden Sioux for Monday apply Fort Adams, Newport Harbor, R.I.
Early: TuxcatorA do. Early Sugar do. Inca Saturdayevempg.The the settlement of my accounts as the Executor Feb. 2 1835.
;, ,_ to wtrUe whale as well a* any, man ; but of the difficulties ,
are aware
publishers fully of ADELAIDE TAYAECO deceased and
Early Peas June do. ,
Wa hington Early
the ere tur canted the and I know :
way ,
Of their but
how aI 81'm ought to cant ; and oomin' pearly CUarlton! do. Early Bishop's Proh- undertaking they move to be finally discharged Office of the Alabama, Florida and Geor- }

at u- full tilt, yeah her laws as wide open lie Peas, \\hitoMarrotvfatdo. Dwarf Pro- place great reliance on the public liters.lily HENRY MICHELET, March Road Company, Pensacola,
and believe that
i\ \'I M a b.irn door, bit the butt smack\ In two ifio do. Dwarf Blue. Inperial do. Early a diligent to Executor. 11th, 1835. }
business and zealous
a effort to serve the 1835. 5. 6m.I .
1 I in the middle.! Then she thawed np one China Dwarf Beans, Early Dun Color will Apnillih, THE Subscribers to the Capital stock

end,of her, and by the time we g'>t hold on Dwarf Boarn, Early Mohaw Early Frenchor share public of, secure to themselves* a liberal NO'T'ICE. ... this Company are hereby notified

the A her she came at us again, and mitkin2 Wnrrington dw' beans Early Sixweek The patronage.of Tallahassee located in I that three instalments of ten dollars on
: mother-bite, took 'me by the back; do. Early Hob Roy do. Refugee, or 1000 City being AT the next term of the honorable the each share, hate been called for by the
the of Honda surrounded b
centre and
y bet-vlxt her teeth, and shook "me aa a to 1 do. White Kidney do. Variegated : } I Court of Escambia County, to President and Directors and that the same
I : ,would shall of yarn $ and I guess puppy site Cranbory Pole do. Dutch Case Knife Pole many natural advantages, possesses in a ie held at the City Pensarola, on the will be due and payable at the Office of the

J -; "otrl4: have dropped me, if the mute do. Her Cranberry Pole Beans, White do.I given[ space around iW:centre a UYger population lust Monday oT October next I shall apply Company on the 1st Mondays of May.
I'i other of .
> than of
4 I. I 1I 4'DL corowup in another boat and shoved do. Large Lim- do. Small do. do. Dutch tbat any portion for the settlement of my accounts of the executor lure and July l next. r

in his lance: till she was sicken! t At White Runner do. Scarlet Runner do. the 1.erritorr...within' the same limits, has of MAittANNA DOMFAT, deceased and '' 1110. M BLOUNT, Seery.y
but lie 'I
{\ goad luck would have we- was all ,plck-! FLOWKK SEEDS,:assorted.! addition to, this vspaper.In there are valuable mote to be finally discharged. Pensacola March 14 1835.-1.-4t.Tax .
.i b't I've ,
up wiUiojn > of Land
this tracts which w e no) Collector's Sale.For .
aye of her t' 6 h,prints! in b q\ to Execut res.
mjr slit soon be brought in cultivation should
N O'l'IC E. 1835. 5. Cm. Territorial and TAXES.ON
: TUie Paeitia Aprilllih, County
dy. Years to the .
the prices of thc staple of the
present glcat ]
Saturday the 1st day of
x. August
All conchnedare desired to take ,
persons be maintained which must considerably -i .
w', RAIL RoJ ; country NOTICE.AT the hours 10, and 12, A. M.
*-IMPORTANT IMPROVEMCN notice, that by Deed of Transfer dated angment the' population' of the
)Locomotive engines hftbeen recentlyeonstructe November 26, 1834, all my debts and demands the next term of the honorable the shall ofler for Fale, in front to the courtHouse

,, 1 -' at the Manufactory of Machinery due by note, or by book account, country.from the' considerations stated above, County Court of Escambia County, to 111 the city Pensacola,'the follow

of the Baltimore .nd Qhio Rail Road or: otherwise, and whether payable to A. we have therefore no hesitation, in believIng to held at the city Pensacola, on the first! ing property the or so much thereof, aw ill

Company"which ean carry trams up an A. M. Jackson and Co. to Jackson and that we may with con/idenee rely for Monday of October next, I shall apply for pay Territory. of Florida, and countyof
Ilscamhia for
, ; :' Inclined plane, 'a.cendlolol\e hundred andeventyave 4'irrin,_or to the subscriber individually, the complete success of our undertaking, \the settlement of my accounts as the Executor taxes due thereon, up totheSlsu

t t -. feet in the mile, and at con- have been transferred to Animas Stone, on the of a public .of, JOACHIM! ,HABEILA deceased, and day December 1634 ; unless the
suoport generous
idarabto speed. The result of ZblS', ex All those indebted to me ,,ill therefore after CONDITIONS move to be finally discharged.,*'. Taxes are paid to the subscriber before the

:periment the.-eonltrurtloJ\ of locomotives the said date make payment to the said The "Tallahassee General Ad,ertist'r'l -_ HENRY MICHELET, day of sale, together, with. all costs and

l I. highly Important in reference to the Stone' or to his agents law fully nuthorircdALDUN will be printed on a super royal, sheet, at Executor. charges.
of Internal, this A. M. JACKSON. April llth 1835. 5. Cm HENRY BASS. .
114 project Improvement 'in' Four dollars pr annum pa)able in advanceor ,
elate.' The'greatest tsrenton the New. Now: 26. Itq-& on deliver) of the first no. four dollars 128 O ALRESof 3d rate Lard, situated -

York;'And Ena road is (with one exception fifty cents after the expiration of six month felloes \ &\Ut8Ot8 \ East of Fcrdido River, 13
aULaka Erie ) Only .
or five dollars at the close of the )tar. rilHE .Subscriber offers, at reduced priJL -
mile. AU the inclined plane; therefore under having been appointed No will be received fora less tea the dozen Eugenio Sierra'aland and others vacanton
THE susbcriptton : b1 a small lot ofthe
pt the East
and West
between New-York and Lake Erie can be ( for Esrambia Count. will term than one and the will not following kind.'Iz by vacant' and
travelled without the attend to the sale of all REAL paper : on the south by.,the said Bay .of I'erdldo.
1 ajd of stationary en- at auction without
he discontinued orders,-and all arrearugea Ladies' loved and gaiter Prunella Boots. Amount of Taxes: |2 40.
alike termination ESTATE which It' be. to
fined except may "
necessary are paid up. real French Satin lasting & mo.' -
..,,BUCMK0 BAXJU.- Dr Brewer, of the sell at auction in said County. lie will also The first number will be l issued ,duringthe !' imitation French and kidSlipJlers. JUAN DOMINGUES.
house oC.Dr 1ier &, Brotlu>r
thta eityliM s town u. a beautiful artlrl* ale and 'purchase of real property. Persons Communications addressed to_ the ated between two Bayous .
publisher ,
,for cording the arm't ills simply an India at a distance may address llyer'and must be paid.JOIW .: common Kid and lasting black and which first point marked A'to a high pine,

r rubber>> hoop cut from a cylindrical tube,, Le:Baron, or post BALDWIN & Co. coloured dQ. with two crosses, is distant 3 miles wept
that may be packed from the bottom' of s 5CIIARLES LE BARON Tallahassee 8th 1WS. :' common mo and, leather walking from the city of Pensacola, bounded on all
((1 lancet':'case the invention Is of real ntili-- May 0 1835.-D.-tt. April ..Shoe sides by vacant .Land. Amount of Taxes,

I 1 \, 1 1'1 ty and 1101' likely'to 'o oat of fashion. Mansion House. Kip Brogans sewed and pegged 6420. ,
I 1
" '; [M dical l ntelli geneer< .] t' :, For-Sale.rriHE bul.Penstwolu'Jtage ('ffice1u"II, (...,) Buckskin nullifiers.and JAYME'YONTENAL.-

1 4 I Ptu. MACHINC._ One man,, ,,'th'a'.lm? undc.l ned offer for sale at slow THIS EkUbltahment is IloW'in a roadlS Coarse Brogans Russet black sizes ft/j A ACRES of 3d Land situated en

! n pie machine, now in use In" sits etablah" ( JL price,applied for soon their valuable! to nccunimodatulraveUers sa a- 6 to 12. *- 's vr the west side of the.Creek of In-
4 meat in Boston; where pUl V s made property situated on Black; Water Creek reagbly l us heretofore. The Stage Office Shoes large and all sizes Boys Dro- dian pass, which empties into Ih\'ou' Te-

"lkl, uat'good at 1e Ifygeian.* makes I t groee consisting of about five hundred Acre. of or travellers from Mobile to Peiisacola and gans. -: xar and 3 3-4 miles N. N.W, from the city

I pf them perfectly round and .smooth Land, with a good dwelling House and outhouses asteward is now' kept al this Jj UI'e. 1 he Boys fine Bootees. of Pensarola, bounded on the N. W. by

i e,.lekerthan the most infatuated hypochofkori a 9\w Mill with two run'of saws ; u accommodations w ill be as extensive as the. Children's leather and prunella Bootees. land surveyed for Francisco Vidal ClQ the

. 'I e could swallow a dozen of the. dozen grist mill,"floor millblacksmith's shop tools comfort of Travel.srs may require.J. The above together w ah a general assortment 8. W. and 8. E. by', vacant Lands, Amount -

I of the true octagouels from the Bntuh; ind implements of all lOFts necrsiary for '\. 1. S1MMON3.: .l retail, will be sold at very, reduced of Taxes, ,$1 20. _

: v,' College HealtlL (bid. ) the business and every thing In perfect Blakely, Jany: 3d. 1833.-44:- ( prices previous to the 20th ef May next. LORENZO YNACIO VITRIAN..

,I YAUTI or HUM IN DiaiAin oV Till order and complete in every respect. The JOSEPH S LEVETT, ACRES 3d rate Land situated

..... & *.. One of the best external applications above will he sold a bargain if applied for NOTICE. Pensacola Aplil 25th 1833.-7.-3t.H goo 8 miles N. E. of the city of

; fur many eruptive disease of the skin, is iIOcDr- further Information apply to week alter date, I will apply to rbe Pensacola fronting to thebay on the East

a Wtug! den lore of hops in which the tether of the unlenlgned br( the premises SIX the lodge of the County; Court, P NOTICE. side, bounded on the north by lands of

. ,I.f U"awor other affected parts are to be b ihed.MvftnU ot la II.- Kelly BJ. in Peniacoia. CacombiaCowB&- for Letters of Administration AVING obtained letters of admlnlstra Fransjsco ,Tonard and west by vacant i i
times a day. The decoctfon JOSEPIIFOB8Y1II. on the Estate of FREDERICK Lands. Amount of Taxes 81 '73 34. I
lion the Estate of
1 bould be used until I it hit heroine on Itoig,
deceased, from the County Court'or&- "
cold. In bad ulcers of the leg4the \ deceased.OrW.
,. perfectly 9-Ptf.
,May BARKLEY. No. 10 83 feet on Church Street.
'Y\ moe".tW'ac1Orr result have been cambia,.those who have claims against the Amount -
repeat -
1\1.,. 28-3-41 of Taxes. $00 03 3-4.
, Estate are requested to present them legally
1lr realized from this
$ simple prrpua'I \ r OTIr.E"'rUG
1': guile: Ta"ern. attested for settlement and those indebtedare t B. R. PIERCED,
\Ion, r I bW.l
> | undersigned gives notice'that at Subscriber requested to make No. 26 1 lot the '- of
BaMfig i* B"'A". .,-The bathers TilE purchased the payment on Bay Amount
of the the ,
next term bon County
of this katabiiahment MARIA GERTRUDE ROIO. Taxes QOO OS. >
In the river have been numerous ..lately.Oa .- opened -
Court beam h will fora :
t Thursday evening K teemed an if all County apply it again for the accommodation of 1'ra- AdmOz.April DANIEL STONE.No. .

!} t <'I k, Buenos Ayres Was crowding Chewatert; final WAITdecrased settlement of aud the move Estate lobe vf discharged.RANDAL MARVIN. vellers and Boordcra. Every .exertion will J 20th 1833.-7.-8t/: 0S not on Cuna Street 1 CO 1 do. on

, } P I %nd at dusk whole families., with. groups ALUS.Adtur. be made to give 'general satisfaction, and Intendentia Street. Amount oC Taxes
t : .
'1\ the charges moderate 'This Establishment OTXCK.ALL '
, of females, attended bw their Gala servant 60006.
with lanterns, preeeoded'to the water aide. April 28 1833.-8,-13t open on the Bar, aua U one of the persona indebted to Alden A. M. MERCED VIDAL
-.-4Th. bather thu-f extended fromnorth to plea tetfr in southern country *. to make pay. No. 134. 70' feet on Intendentia Street

\ ..' smith in grea, numbers. The eoolu.tOUI To all whom It may concern D. A. NORTHROP nient PJI pr before first day of March Amount of Taxes $W 11 14.
:" 'which ensued amongst then ...hen. subscriber forettarmsall Jan. 1T- -,r. next, tu II.KELLY, Esq. who is authorized { ESTATES I OF XIMENES.

I dm equal! took*place maybe & .Ud.1 TIIR cutting wood, or eommittin persons to receive the same, All notes and ac- Four arpens QQ the Suburb west of the
Clothe and otberthmqC'were lost and tber depredations on his land lying og-oq count not paid. above will be 'into city'oCPnsaeolaamouDtol taxes 600033-4

laid-Ughta were hurried' to and fro to'Rod: the ty ode of the Little Bayou, commencing ALL persons indebted lo the estate o the bauds of an. ettoruey for immediate.col-I. F. T. COMMYN8, a

I. 'them-eonae of the ladies cried and 10m.auPedJM1tilfU ., at aLa mouth, fnmUng on the Bay of WAIT deceased are hf rtby: lectiuu4 Tax collector for Escarabla county

DoeJlq1.ittU aud Miittuta -' Pcnsaoola, and tunning' up the same embracing notified to come Ibrward "Jl\abpayment, ARTEM A 8 Asaigne Pensacola Jany. 15th 1835 6 n.11LANK .

I bewailed the loa of their eontp, tbe point between the two Bavous* and all those bay big claim,against,void estate 24.--4A--td.of A.A. M. Jackson.', Coastliip andE aVe

and would not be comforted because they to the cantonment taking tbe depth bark are reque ated'to present their account J an. : _: nianlfcfcti. Dills of ladln .

4 wet*not** It was altogether an extraordinary from the Bayou ofl-3 to4ihs of a mile tendon egalljr aUested for aettiemeut. : Dccct of
". Several persona; we hear, returned Mortgages, I11U
: ; ce e. the East vide from the sactoa.meat RANDAL ALLI&4Admioistraaot. < a1t
0_their homes in borrowed clothes, down the said Bayou lo the latuVTbf Henry TSwstewed I Bale-Jatlcc DJan} tr.. and in-
god 4hta ataQ tM in a ,Late of nature."-, Mkhclkt Esq. ( -3.-8 lions other ItiudH or 131a>nk r
art128th.lrr! .. AT THIS OF ICf. I for cole at this otllee.

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