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: October 17, 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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Preceded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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MY NEXT HUSBAND. twaa nobody's fault but his own, though- lover He wa just about to throw himself uttering their most sincere prayers for the thenticated and their cargoes'regularly *>J
A MCTcn rnoal urc. bit lady did predict it. Into the crater of Vesuvius, when he received cessation of arm and tU>od..hed. Be It entered, M complatt to mallrc-and are 1
Lady Grace Gayton was-I should say Mr. Frank Mildsrdour was thus, when intelligence that Mr. Tom Starling therefore resolved that we are the friend invariably treated In 'a gentle manly and a
it, but that would be adopting the style be least expected it, raised from the depthof had died suddenly of aurfeit, at a harmonic of peace, and will not abandon our resolutlontopreserveituntilwearecompelled friendly manner. It la through the noisy,
unhistorical-she: wan hen; a Charming denpondeneey to the summit of coufidenta. celebration or the anniversary of the to declamation of newspaper editor*, and the
young person,whom you trould not help lov . ing.* She has been copied for the heroine to the presence of the fair widow, with There i ill still a chance left"aid Frank sacred right smuggling on the Mexican coast, that wo
of a score of modern romances, met' as: protestations of his unabated attachment} a she ordered pout.horse* for his return. Resolved, that we owe allegiance to the ,
Charles Lamb sal to portraU painter fora but a slight consideration convinced him "Ye Gods t annihilate both apace and constitution under which we emigrated to imaginary
series of the British admirals-readers of hat he ought not to intrude his vows of time I,' But the Gods refused to do any bin and. having sworn to do ao when these violent hurricane*'are preva
y books seldom know whom they are admi- love upon the sacredness of grief. He allowed such' thing, and Frank arrived too late. we will render them our,wenaeet support. lent. If the t'ltiJenlOf New Orleans Imagine ..
ring. Lady Grace was a* goodnaturedas ,therefore a fewvweeks to pass,, at the Lady Grace had given him up for lost, and Resolcd1 that we believe general consultation tba .."the law of Mexico are at their *"
she was beautiful { I am certain that of end which time he ventured to approachher was engaged to Mr. William James, late ot all the people of Texas I I. necessary command,"A that the American Navy ha
like Uncle Toby, she would not willingly with a condolence on ber loss, and an of the.city,a rich banker,Just retired from under the present elrcumstanaea, a rifhtto Interfere with the revenue of that
have harmed even "b fly. All the world assurance of bill unaltered love. ."Ti* meI.ncboly business. In order that the'voice and opinion of the eouutry, they are mistaken-and, the two
"g knew Lady Grace's good nature-all the ," said Frank, with as deep sigh : Poor Mr. Frank Mildareour I I":' ere seemed whole people may be. known. vena)., of which so many complaint ate
a world, therefore, were astonished.at her as he could put forth on the occasion! this i dothlng wanting to overwhelm him. Resolved That an election be held for made-the jlfpnf>**M and the CM*ioI -.
treatment of Frank Mildardonr. domestic calamity of yours-poor. Sir Billy He did not wait upon Lady Grace to extort seven embera to represent this munlcipa- ,. commissioned by the proper authoritiesof
Poor Frank I I never knew A man so I But you may yet be happy, my dear a renewal of her promise but abandoned Itv at general consultation to convene Mexico, and act merely aa our own
a deeply in love. lie existed only in her Lady Grace-you know your promise?" himself to him.melancholy; conceiving either at Washington or at any other place revenue vessel do In boarding and examining sa
smiles; he would have attempted any exploit Lady Grace was beautiful and engaging his case to be utterly hopelcsa. When which may be agreed upon. the paper of merchantmen that enter
to gratify the slightest of her wishes a as ever "lam sure, Mr. Frank." things are at the worst, however, they are Reeolred. That Solomon R.. Perk and their ports, iamalandsman & have
word from her would have made him fight mid she, "I shall ever feel the deepest obligations sure to mend. Passing along Oxford street Mr. Wbitaker be appointed manager lo open hardly a* my"a legs aboard-but I i

a windmill, travel to Timbuctoo, or study to you ; you cress good, so con- one afternoon, he saw great crowd collected ft close' rtrfles German metaphysics.-Frank had never stant, and the most sincere lover I ever before a'new building, and. by dint md issue t to those transpired in the "Rio Bravo del No\-tel"&
loved any other woman than Lady Grace; know. I would rather than a thousand inquiries, soon learned the particulars of elected and also appoint manager to hold can truly say,that every possible service hat
his love had \bflltal.nd sincerity of a pounds it had never happened so:but must the accident that had assembled it. He flew elections at the precints, and in rue of any been rendered by ours squadron our commerce
y first attachment, all the intensity and devotedness I tell you the truth 7 I Late promised my like lightning to Lady Grace. devolve in those seas,"and there hi not an officer
of an absorbing passion. Poor hand". .. Lady Grace," mud he, "yoa are once In the navy who would not shed his "a
Frank I I say again; every body aymp Promised your band I" exclaimed the more a widow I" gilance to fill such vacancies last drop of blood for the protection of our
thized with him, and declared that if he astonished Frank. ."What, asecondtime? It cannot be. Mr. MHdanfour. How Resolved That Aid election be held in flag.
could not command success,*he certainly I Oh Lady Grace! a widow Mr. jams walked In perfect the town of Nacogdocbea and at the different -
'studied to deserve it. However let us "My! dear Frank,"returned she, "I knew health not half an hour ago." precincts on the let. day of October /YoMfA. R: 1iXfa.
defer moralizing till we the hope you will.not be angry. Tls an awkward sorry to be time bearer, ahem Frank story.and Lady Grace bad tK.-en"On familiar affair, and I wish, with all my heart, new : but I will tell you bow is hap vigilance appointed by: this meeting, to exprts lUelf as follows on the proposition
terms for ; It was utterly it were not ao; but I promised this very pened. Mr. James wa walklagakxiR .I.be composed William 0. Logan Viclnty now in agitation! that the South import )
for the heart of the young morning to marry Colonel Flashdagger.He ford-street, arm in arm with Sir harry ,Oordave Richard Spark. Mr. Whltaker, for herself M'e commend it to the
respond to the passion of loves me to distraction-but no matter Wildfoo e." : ,Joseph Durst William Allot James Brad- perusal of certain gentleman in this-quarter .,
laJy ardent not to loer-a passion that had for that-I wish you had been so fortunate M Ah the very.man-Sir Harry 1 It always shaw Henry Rftguett, Frost Thorn, John who in their seal for a Northern, .cany
so with a his growth and strengthened as to have seen Die somewhat earlier. A here. Sir Harry is quite a friend of ; K. Allen Solomon R. Peck and Robert A. dilate have found a mare' neat In the "

grown with his strength. In plain terms;she pos- few days earlier-only a few days-would I, mine. But go on, Mr. .'rank",wilb your : rion.[ preauable and resolutions before the Com-
Revolved that It be the duty of said -
loved Frank: how could she help have totally altered the affair. relation. i initice of Vigilance. The Boston Courier
it itively? she had good a heart so' sweet a Earlier, my dear Lady Grace I Sir "Mr. James, I ay, my dear Lady i to collect and diffuse intelligence, A Northern from top to toe think the prop
They so were certainly,destined for Billy, has been dead but three or four Grace, happened to pas near the scaffolding to attend to such other matters m they may osition that the South should Import Curhefllt'1I1
each temper other and body 'pronounced.that week*." of building just as the workmen were deem neseasary In the present state of our extremely reasonable' and right-
every Mr. Frank he died atone when a horse in the affair and to make reports of their proceedings nly it and
eirth could them, for "True, true, very holding a huge ( any) every man every
, nothing Grace bestowed on her sweetest part smiles suddenly, poor man-but I always street, taking fright, run against the scaffolding .Ionen a.It may budefcmcd neces- I State, will consider its own interest In this
Lady I The stone fell and-oh! Lady Mid act So had
Howeier respect
and Frank became the shadow predicted it. am very sorry accordingly. we .
: upon Frank for this disappointment of yours: but the Giacc-Mr. Jam was killed on the Re'solved th.te approve of the general really supposed was the dictate of sortmon .
Grace-but body
of was
Lady mistaken. I don't every know the colonel has been so assiduous in his atten- spot 1" I tenor 01 the resolutions of our fellow citizens sense, 'hlth. man or a community
somewhat infallible than, by this tions, how could I refuse 7 These military Dear me, Mr. Mildardour, you don't I of Liberty. On motion nf Col. Rusk might follow, without endangering& Or being -
way a less personage. gentlemen have a way with them indeed! say so' !1" the following resolutions were unanimously suspected of a wish to endanger, our
same every body. Dear Mr. Frank shall remember you as Positively true. I.... him with my I adopted. Whereas we have heretofore too lilessed Union." Not so however Ajtroposition
Never was an enterprise so promising as I know how devoted much to commune and consult, to Southern trade
long as I live. >ou own eyes. encourage ,
that of Frank In'nicking love to Lady ourbrethren '
for are, and, if the colonel should ever get Lady Grace put her handkerchief to her with ,the native'Mexicans,w ho Southern interest, Southern prosperity ;,
Grace ebe the hnd a decided pestilent and her killed In the wars, why then, of course, eyes, and there was a dead itlenre for corn [reside In this municipality, &whereas the i.I met by one asa. In the public prints, ..!... ..
him from beginning, esteem
very you are my .e.1'1 hmbawl. : time. At last Frank thought it time to tf present is a question which Involve their with the enunciation of being a direct recommendation -- *t''iJ..
for him did but increase on every: mtment'll ) Frank could not restrain himself from mind her of bis purpose by saying Lady rights as deeply as it doe those of the adopted to dissolve, the Union, and s* i
Frank of
ncqinlntmen: for was one stalling up and vowing to challenge Colonel Grace, you know your promise l" citizens of the country. De it Resolvedthat is formally assailed by a certain the best of men Never did n Flashdagger, but Lady Grace protested My dear in only one we were neither more nor lees 'than .tbe'si
a more happy ('onllummalon.n ar- in the most positive manner that she aclo in the way;'I have a promise to Sir seek the counsels of that portion of our people I wooden horse itself, which was to 'be' Insinuated ':
ly every thing was! nettled' and Frank was would not hear of a duel. Ills next tow Harry Wlldgl"-It was only lat week by Smon art, into the heart of "
heppy'daWell dy Grace to name the" was to love Lady Grace no more, but this -'tis an unfortunate thing-but 1fHlr, Harry Resolved that aVowmittce of five parsons! the etijv AVbftt-doe* ibis mean, but, that
; tny'dssr fady Grace, was ineffectual as the first-he soon discovered dies, then, upon my honer,' "a shall I be appointed} by the chairman of tub meeting we have those among u* who are New'
siid Frank, with 'h*utmost impatience, at she had more power over him that truly and positively be my next "/-- whose duty It shall be to communicateto York in their politic, New York In their
his! next vii, "when ft the hour to be that ever since his love continued unabatedthrol oumJ." i them these resolution, and ("o..ullwith affections New York: in all their thought;;.
shall make me happiest of men? Thursday circumstances that seemed calculated "On your honor them in relation to the pn>i>osed con- and are resolved to harness use to thereat ;'
I hope. or Friday,. or next .week, at honor." of the Slate. -
On Empire it
to inspire a far different C(-'ling. Frank my vention. Disguise a* they
the farthest? thought it the strangest' conjucture of events Then, my dear Lndy Grace, I am the Itcrtnhed that etlJnce of itul friend' muy the master feeling pecpe out of every
"My dear Mr. Frank.' the replied she In in the w'qld-but he was convinced that happiest man in the world, for the same ly feeling vhlch should always exist between loophole. But to the good sense of the
some confusion, "I am most unfortunate Lady Grace loved him-how could he help stone halt killed both of them I" freemen we will support any Boston CourierX
creature in the world: you: are certainly it7-Lady Grace had such an air Lady Grace started with surprise her two of them who may be supposed tons e. Southern Ingenuity seems at length t "
one ol the best of men-it is no on' manifeatelso need to describe for candidates.The lo have bit
not the
and talked so charmingly, and feelings attempt ; upon plan to compel No- j*
IUt'ky-1 am shockingly, grieved on your deep a regret for his misfortunes and how few can guess what it is to lose two committee appointed under the second them Slate to annihilate tbe Abolitionist .
account-hut it taco unlucky that" you did was ao polite and good-natured & sincere. husbands at a single blow I I am the resolution were Messrs, Willlflm G. and their principle A suspension of commercial .. '
not make jour.proposal* sooner. "She is the most beautiful, fascinating, happiest! man in the world," repeated Frank.LaJyGrce Logan Thomas J. Rusk, John S. John : iulercouna t.I the lever which ,,.
"What do you mean Lady Grace said- tantalizing creature in the world," said looked upon him in a manner S. Kolerls, Frost Thorn and Hadlnll is to overturn them actjng on the *- ::

Frauk in the greatest' alarm. he, and the colonel is not bullet-proof, that lent it dubious whether a smile or a tear Edwards. avarice of the merchant, trader,, ands ...
Dear me t Mr. Frank. I am afraid you sot was to follow :but she was fairly caught. On motion of Mr. John KMllen it was manufacturer of the North.-There can '.dt'' '
never will forgive me." replied the lady, With this assurance, th'reore. that Lady Frank loved her, and she-who can doubtIt Resolved that Hadm II. Kdwards, Jesse certainly be no objection to any combination :J
with the sweetest Imi'e' imaginable; "but Grace was an angel,and Col. Flathdagger : 7-had always loved him. They were Korn ant Whitaker be appointed manas which may be formed at the south, '
the truth is, I have already promised ,my might bn killed, Frank shrugged his married at St. George's, Hanover Square J gel with like power with the manager, :for the purpose of rendering the people .k.
hand to Sir Dilly Rattle." shoulders and let the second misfortunepass. but I am unable to say whether Lady Grace for the election of delegates, to bold at the of that region Independent of Nortbefjrade ..;
"Sir DUty Rattle! /aid Frank, (in unfeigned The colonel went to the wars & bad has made further appointment of her next same time and place an election for a colonel and manufacturer. If inch a. disposition .
amazement. his head shot off by.a cannon-ball. "Now," kutbantl. ami other field officers, for the purpose i bad prevailed there ten ,year ago, we .

'Yes, Sir Billy Rattle., You know Sir quoth Frank, "my time is come nobody of organizing a regiment in obedience to should never have beard of Southern opposition ...;
Billy ''ti* the most amusingcirature in the shall'antlcipate me by having less scruple PUBLIC MEETING AT NACOGDO- the order lssuedtoorganlze the militia to a protecting' tariff-oat of which iI... M
world. Positively, I think he'll make me In wiping away a widow's tears I" So, CUES'At Resolved, That the chairman and secretary grew the whole affair Nullification. Let \ ;
die with laughing one of these days. hew witbotiriosing a moments time, he hurried ? a very large and respectable meeting "Ignlho proceeding of this mcetini tbe Southern merchant sent their cotton .
ever, tls a pity, for your sake, that it has to Lady.Grace and claimed the fulfil of the citizen* of the municipality of Naogd'bes and transmit a copy to the political chief, and tubacco direct to France and England; .
happened BO, as I have the most eineerdesteem ment other promise. convened in the town of Na- and to each of the municipalities this de-. and import la return their; own aupplie
for you, !Mr Mildardaur but Sir Lady Grace received him in the most obliging cogdocheslhe 14th day September. J 1839 pimment. of .Ilk*,. .mmljnv: :woollen*,: cwinety and _v
Billy has such a fascinating way. that be, manner possible, and Frank thought on motion of Mr. Whitsker, Gen Bamue On motion the meeting then adjourned.. bird.ware f they might "' ''paraoed such
absolutely won my consent before I was a- her a grekt..deal handsomer than ever. "I Houston was called to the chair; and on 8AML. HOt'STONChairman.A a courseyeara ago. "Why did they not**.*
ware of what I had promised him. La,' me! beg ten thousand pardons my dear Mr. motion of Mr. J. K. Allen, Mr. John Hen- true Copy from the original", do it 7 DoubthMW they found It more ad*
'U* rooit awkward affair-I know what Mildardour," said she, "but there Is a circumstance was appointed secretary. CoL ThomasJr Jo..If&.ay" Secretary."U. vantageon l to carry on this' trade by the:. ,
will say, but it can't ,be helped} t Sir which I cannot control-I would Ruck then explained the object of the help of northern ship,'and through tea.-.' t,.
Billy you Insists upon the promise-he is a it were otherwise You are the man of all meeting. The meeting wa addressed at 8. SchoonarGrampus, 8. W. Pas (ency of Northern .merchant" If they.:> + a
creature." the world that I must esteem ; but the colonel some by Col. Rn k and Gen..Hous I of the Mississippi. August 29,1839. find ft now morciadvantageoa. to have.a'
strange believe hlsears! while ,,poor man I has laid a solemn injunction ton. Cob tusk offered' the following preamble We have just arrived here, having non-intercourse with n*, w..to not knowthat ,
Frank could hardly recital. In upon me, by bit wilL to marry his second and resolutions: and on motion ..rl in tow for several day past, the AmerIcan I the North baa any right to complain
listening to this astounding any CoL were taken separatelyand schooner Watchman belonging to thai it will have 01 .
with cousin, Tom Staring, on pain of Spark, they up or any awe complaint.
would have exploded a
other ease be forfeiting his whole estate. What can 1 do unanimously adopt"I I New Orleans. We fell In wlth her on the i Certainly every man. and every Stati, will
torre.t of reproaches and imprecations and affable my dear Mr. Frank-His such an awkward We believe at to be the aolemn duly of 18th Instant, longltodeM degree, latitude I consider It*own self interest in this rospect-
but Lady Grace had such IUeb.sweet affair! f Do you know Tom 7 lie is a every citizen of a republican government to 97 deg..Uv a deplorable condition J the ,and act accordingly.' : -
manner, displayed 1 charming treature-anCV a splendid song they contribute all within hi* power to support. had lost her mast, boat, falls, Ac In a -
affability.while condoling with him on his queer-but I am sorry for you with all my his right and protect his person and .a* a severe hurricane We are informed that I tht Portland A3*. ;
much real say BROOKfiTflfVm
ill luck and expressed so regretat heart ; natural conseqenee it devolve; on him to she ha on board$100,000 in specie, and a THltC IOS.ll. !
the occurrence, that It was impossible Co Oh* Lady G race I Lady Grace V exelal.coed scrutinize with watchful! eye all change valuable cargo. The Watchmaa would, I ENGLAND* ;
her In
-to feel tb&.maUest anger against Frank. I which may be proposed calculated soured undoubtedly, have drifted on some barren CLUux.l e(. 1838. lIt

spite allrtherefore Frank..toted her_u ,Really Mr. Mtldardocr, I feel seriously those right. Government were part of the coast, and If not wrecked, I would puzzle any one who attempt
strongly as ever. aald ha much grieved at it as you-1 do, Indeed I.. established for the benefit of governed would have been plundered by her crew to find this place oo the map forltpuxxledme .
Ala } my dear Lady You are such an excellent man. But yon and when they are warped from that cardinal but for the aItance afforded her by the I not little to end It on foot, ganging,

with a deep have eigh,it-"I must but,to eubmh uve, without since won't deprive us of your; company-we. object; for the purpose of gratifying Grampus. Ogees tame hurricane, the I.u I did CIO they speak laeleall \it).,ower '.
destiny wit sox shall have such delightful concert -quite I the whim of any man or set omen Aboriginal Granpua. and Crew coffered aeverely fells and tarn and*tyn ,*through moow !
live loo'Nay.
yoa ta impossible will no charming'I assure you," object having been they I j she wa struck by a eucceaslon of :and fenv WebarttravelledJna;Knight;
'' she ")11 dear Lady Grace," said Frank .I destroy that validity and that respect which II of heavy..., which e.aTied..y the jib- line today, which can be don, I *Qsp et;:j F" '" "
near Frank replied
any wringing his hands what Kill become ofme. all government ought to command the boom, hammock railing*, *e. A did much In no other country but England-lurpingaaide y.
. smiling upon him la a manner not to be ." people who compose them* for aa mucha. injury to u* ia other respect Captain for nothing in the ordinary way+now ,
resisted, "yoa must on BO ,account hang Oh, Mr. Frank, you know have therreace.a crisis ha arisen In the affair of our gov- Bateau was on deck during the whole of and them lolling Oft th."...,, and now .D4, ,
drown youraelf-yoa rain* w>t, for .my.. regard for you t and If Tom who erment which seriously threaten not only the lerrlne storm, and proved him)If fully then rh.ltIJIcUh a Yorbh1re..be1rv. '

nke-because Sir Billy .boJ.rreat.aomf day. Is a fiery choleric fellow ahould our but tbe right of ell the people of the adequate to every emergency.We w. could rind see JU& by war; ,01, experi.. t .e
ter, may" break his neck her handkerchief poor. shot ia a duel why then, p evereae whale republic we feel it our duty.In coaxmonwithtreeitizensoflb.fepuWkjo art extremely' gratified that.. we meat to see bow would seem bear two i.
man. Here Lady put nothing can -yoa, awl be my ge- have been Instrumental In saving a valuable person to be-talking the '.. laaguige 1,
to hereye, (which, however Frank next husband.prevent Ural to ex press our opinion! and, take such vessel and cargo although we have 'together, without oarttmderetttadlauar. .
thought iievei looked ao bright a* at' thatmoment will Frank na away from her ia despair, measure a* w. feel that every eUiaen U been heretofore censured by a number of word io tea of the other ;M.any rate ....,..
)-*And then, I knowy ebaU on bt and made smother vow not "to think anymore bound Ioclo, Uotodieneetotheaoleaaoatbwhich the po4 peopU / New Orjass, for not we have got over thirty three-.U** .*.......- ....
continue to love .me. You my I of Lady Grace bat be only .thought we have taken M sipped tea constitution proteetingthemIn: the contraband trade bow or other,.and hart we arc gofer f*., "
Rue /Au6G1Itf." eoneolatton least the more,of her oa that very account. She and Law of the country- We which carried on la the Gulf of Mexico. gued-.whbachinr JlarbSUd i feet We', .. ,
Tbertwu ,"drop of at I wee each a sweet creature indeed, that have seen with pain the many revolution They oftea complain of the proceedings ., bteakCaated] at"Hebfaen, eight nilea'tnwbcr .. ,
ia Ala. ssunaca-but Frank took, I the hope of po-searing her might have auppertod which have distracted thin free and once the vsl*('D the Mex leaa..ice. withouMyM *<.. atarW.' whichplaeela remarkable '
heart. 'When the matterolmeontevery man through a thousand mishape we bate seen withegnt fr Wa, Thee vessels. have been for nothing bat the ri..urinf made
booV predicted that the i But Frank begun to thiak himself doomed hI5..1 *cut off la the bridal acting wader authority of the Mexican by tbewoodeaveoled.ahoeeef the twbalrU*
duappolatmtut would M the death of him. Irrevocably disappointment. and tell.totoadeperaUmeIactioiy. .. it cannot but be a acene government, and J Interfere with those per anta. WUbdU.otld.on.' to CJratagteffaama
and Perta.pe i& was ol1ly. Lady OfM'e' pro.his :. Heaetofffoftbe of the keenest regret to every Jove rof mankind eooe only (a* they have a'rlghtY who artauptctX two or three mile. farther."wbera.
.ibl OQ &hat wlthhelcl Frank lived ova. continent: ....v..J'naeaud Italy.*got to regeetapon the. tiM> *eod*, of widow / tmuffIrtfrrfor. ft l If wd' they.told lips terrible stories of .* 'trfML
4Graea' married, and throughout the republic hue that captain*merchant vc* tha& out wbir" .*
'ot Naples ia a ill of the moat doleluUuaape *and orphan Df" I qQI was 'p .e1. they a4-< "
Lit a lover.new despairl Sir Billy Hattie i that ever ekiwded the?brain .of a .hapless who ,.now ecnJtog up laIMa...... and !eels, who.have their pepptrt'teperl,an- +siaelueby.all Ricaqa to avoid,a* atnuifcrf ,
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.J, lien often lost them In toe mitts, rria et an Amertcatiii undorstood with much mon treasonable nature-tv3tlurb tt *order of Remaining'r in the Post Office, Tensacola
tog hither and thither whole day without ease. There i Is nothing about thiA gClap., vecesMOn, sod to place the Duke. .Cum- Oct. 1st'1835.-tO"Persons
food or shelter This wu not a story, ham of Interest, or of the road over Jrhkb berlanl po the throne, to the exclusion,,01 for letters on this list will ask for enquiring wit
'"i,however frighten Americans t we sere tr.velled, other than what 1, have the rIgftiful heiress I .princess Victoria. Shoe Used letters.. 'f" er-
The which w. The'.eouDfr.C'I.is, of course, traceable only '
Up In wilderness.-and therefore after written. long moor over A. '
directions could we barren of incident..At: i a amongst lowest orders) but the leaders arrived a prime and extensive ai .
obtaining the best wa came was quit JTST' Asbridge John, Allen A. B. Adams F, '
.ascended a long hill to gel upon the moor. place called Astwlck not far from herX?1 !I cannot escape blame for allowing to at the Shoe Store Bank Boil t Mrs. Em ,
I Benjn.Adams &lyAlleton Abram
:Th people/ about wore very kind la telling was amused by the stupid Ignorance (1J1et continue without detection." ding. which'win be told by wholesale and I K. Arnauld Cb
Jb. eerr.thin, about/
we coall not understand them. roads, places, or distance. I .erlll'believ "ftBI '.. ex i mine.* JOS. S. LEVETT.Oct. I Boy Ian James,. D.DBlair William, Batiste '
I I should have been about u well off among that half of them don't know a StageCoach John Barton Levi Bell William, lionel
thCaUnck However,.we mado them is_and I vainly strove to put my Idea Foe vas PCMSACOLA; Gsimz.TO 3d 1833.-30-31 Franci, \ Bizzer Charles, Baluell Mrs

v' point OA the directions,-and watching of a turnpike with theirs so ss to gel ,Teritoryoff'lorida* .- H.'a Bait Dean, Bayard William, Bow.:
th* tttn, took *view of the moor which some Information of a Coach that was expected Susan, e'er another mora, In the Superior Court for the'Diatr4ctofJVut ;den John A. Bicker Henry, Bampford Ceo.
t .srar as we could see. held out not a singl upon It some two miles off and for Greet fltee on thy downy pillow, Florida tilling at a court of J. 3, Blackburn Wm. Buchanan McKean .
It that which I at full WhileI -
habitation. Would believe was aiming speed.
yon chanceryJosephine \, Ulam.
E'er col J winters chilly dawn, I 8, Buckmaster, 'A
in acouatry aothlckly populated as this was striving to teach the blockheads. Eng par ship| will rUe oa ocean's billow.CVrdark McPherson widow of Wm.. Mc C .
where in certain quarters there does not fish and replying their stupid "wav' Pberton and heir at Law of Margate Caro S. Csgnet MUs Mize, Cassity CaptHugh '
seem to be earth enough to stand upon, a I lost the coach-and Clapham has me.foj clouJ' in wrath Jo lower. McPherson and George' McPherson vs. Crane Ambrose, Canine Michael I
+ rajo territory could be found six miles the night, which has at l 16ast one great E'er the cherished trubyi fail, Francisco D.teourJ.lncuwr: i/f,John 2. Carpenter Thorns, Chandler .
In length where the traveller does not sea blessing for such a weary traveller, and : E'er the ending of this hour," Forbe deceased, Camilla Justine Dalcouri Cspt.wAliam Coombs Thorns* B. Cotton Lof.
f' house Laud yet w* went 17 mile on that is a superb bed, with excellent milk to Swift thc'll fly with swelling sail Catalina Sophia Dalccnr,John Theodora Cameron, J. A. Chancey Wm. D. _.
1 this moor meetiar with hut a few houses. drink, and bread to' rat. I shall Remember -tEe oath 1 swore Dalcour, Augustin Joseph Dalcou COlt ten, .

i The moor U all for pasture. Cattle and always standup for English _Public Hou .Oh I Mink ms of word I've tpok before the and Theresa Laura Dalcour children 01 Mr. -D. .

sheep were grazing about In all directions ses. B. Perrhanet, ala!thooU meet no more, said Francisco Dalcour and Sophia his. Dunn Wm. 2, Doddj Sergt Robert,
I got there some or th*sweetest milk lifer :Toe youth who dared to love-adore the. wife late Sophia Forbes daughter oof Duahtt\'UliaioDlah.rt V\is. Denney .
n tasted. No trs weretobe seen unless Itbe From the Cfiarlttton Courier.FROM ST. LOUIS. said John Forbes and .Edmund Dupals D. t

mtlssapangroupythatthehandofauabuplanted KEY WEST. tre and Jusnna his wife late Juanna Forbes ...E.:: :1 I
to shelter his lone habitation fr m We learn from Capu Walker, of the U Foa TUB PtMticou GAJSTTS. daughter of said John Forbes deceBs Erris Edwards ,Steeling, Evans O. W.
the winds that have oil over this 8.Mail Schconer Laura arrived on Bjlur ,
sweep TO ONE I LEAVE BEHIND ME. ed Calin Mitchell Defendsnts.TT Exuin Eaton Gov. J.,H..
dsolattWOt. W* met no difficulty in day last, that a very severe and destructive T appearing to the tatUfaction of the F.
". navigating" this "terrible" moor. I hurricane occurred at Key West, and its Dear girl'.,dOlt reotrnber the lime ; court that the defendants above named John TltldsL.. Fltzcimons
preferred U to the hard and dusty road. vicinity, m the (Sth September. The following I left/ the to roam oVr the seaTo reside without the limits of the Territoty 01 Fitzgerald ,
? Thomas 2 Samuel FilHngln Robert
of far distant clime Fry ,
with ,
i a
Theiahabitpntsaroundwhotaddomrenwre 'vessels on the Florida mingle men ,
employed Florida and In the Island of Cuba it Is
f M.. Forbes Mr. A.
,. ttprebsvevery solemn stories. to tell,- Reefs Wreckers, will probaly be a total Far from my home and from thee 1 therefore ordered that unless they appear Fauald Forbes Samuel 1R; J Thomas Fuquera C. 4 G.
Fay Fergrason
but how much more solemn would be their low at Brilliant at Key :Ta- -
BahlaLlloop Dod remember when; holding thy band, here on or before the fourth Monday 01 James Furlong Johirtalconer A-
stories' if put upon an of our wide reachIng renter; schr. Pixarro, total loss, crew.. With thy cheek preaeeJeloeelv to mine, March next and snawerthe Bill of the said Freeman, Johu Franklin Jefferson
prairies,-True, the mist might deludea ed; at same place, echrs. Caroline and A- Thou badrt me not tarry fart haste from the land that the same be taken for ram, G,, .
man her, but then are no wild beasts to mrlia. high and dry; Olive Branch do. do Where love could ne'er equal thin.1 confessed, and the matters thereof decreedaccordingly Glascock Thoe. O. 7 Guinard Rev. 8.
eat him up. even If night overtakr him Thistle do.do.| at Key Largo, schr. Florida and It is further ordered that ( ,
One side of this moor Is the property of the ashore' masts and rudder gone.' The Oh I fond one, I'll come to thee soon. of this, order be in IOmeneWlpllpC't Gagnet MadameVeuve, Grace:Thos. Green ;
lost For affections sad tear is now starting, a copy published Cap Joseph, Calvin Ihos. Gelless Al-
Duke of leyon.blre-but" I does thai Light ship her boats, and received other in the district once a '
gay nobleman now In London, know 01the damage, she was unable to show her And Urn, my beloved .one, Ill uk for the month for six printed pheus, Graelhe )Jr.-, II.Liner A*

queer people be has for tenants In this light for several evenings. The iebr. blotto boon, months.J.. A. CAMERON' .
1 .
Ubs E. 4.
remot region. put into Indian Key with loss of sails and! You,. promised, me.when wo were parting. Judge IF. D. F. Hopkins Wm. Iliuard t Hubbell
i Th principal occupation I have had during anchors.. Th brig Blakely, J. F. Sr TRIDENT.iPbfT & 224 183 .-29. L,.C, 3..Uuttou R. Hill Miss Mahala,
th* diy, except that of walking of fOlD, from Portland for Havanna, with a pt. I Ilolcomb James,Henley Comd. Ilarvile

coarse was in studying th*Yorkshire dialect cargo of Lumber and Fish, went ashore at OF PENSACOLA.. Notice. ', Samuel. Holderness Shl lDltOn..
but this .Is a difficult.nadertaklng, for Carysford Reef j'a small part of the cargo t& : 4ArritrdSchr. undersigned having obtained Let I. J.
of 'lost. : Pearl, Stevens Mobile. Speicetc TilE Jones, J,.Inloes Joseph
even this dialect has dialect Its own- and crew saved vessel totally ,The Testamentary on the estate of
and when I could learn a. word,' ten milestlartblf brie Sea Drift lion, from New York for the Dank ot Pen..eola and Salt to the marter Julien Lavalet, deceased hereby notifiesall K.

II It might. be out of use. This was ,Mobile with a cargo of Dry Goods, went : to whom said estate Is Indebted Kennerley. Abraham LL .
worse than it was anciently the state of ashore at Key Largo crew and cargo saved. Brig Samaritan, Mosely, Mobile. and all indebted
ed for settlement persons
I dont 'to The of Boston Bchr.: Magellan, Malloro, N. Y. Cargo Lewis Polly Lawrence William, Lower !
Greece, though mean .ytbese vessel lost ship Majestic,. to said estate will be expected to make immediate '
to Jerrison and Foster D. 8. Edwards. Geo. Leith John G.. Lauuson Dr.
an Grecian States.' Th fact is; our.Choctaw from New Orleans for Liverpool, with a
r1 and,Cherokee Indians,;speak about cargo>> of cotton and Tobacco, went ashore Innerarity, C. C. Keyser, W. Chauncey, paymenL'JOSEPII BONIFAY. M. .; .
es comprehensible English as these peopledo. 'near Cesar's'Creek and.bilged; she had G. W. Buchanan J. C.mpbeUand Executor. Maury James M. Marline Pedro Paul,
I have been quite as much at home lost her masts and anchors, some of the McKean and F. A. Bull. 29 1833.-13.-St. Mattison Lieut Joseph 3, Mathews Capt.
Brig Criterion Lucas Thomaston. Cargo Aug. Joseph Mayo John McNalley Wm. Marshall -
among th Creeks. And yet Englishmen< cargo would be saved. A Spanish brig laden
-com over to our country where the great with Sugar and Bogeys, went ashore to C. C. Keyser. Notice. Capt Bcnj. ,McCormick Lbenezer
sy mass of th* people speak far better English about 60 miles North of Cape Florida. The Brig Tremont, Sylvester Brasorla. Ballast THE undersigned having/ obtained Let Minter Lewrenuey, McCieery John, Muu-
than the man do In England,and then sloop Hero, from New York for Key West to the master. ,. of administration on the estate ot tony Ma\ame, Mack Capt Wm. Morong
ridicule some Yankee and western 'peculiarities -I also went ashore at same place,with a Cargo Departed Ezekiel Cobb deceased, hereby gives notice Robert, 2MeIdrun Capt.' J. M. f
S stamping them as the conversation of Dry Goods; the and crew Sloop Frederick, Carnine, Mobile, 15, to all persons having claims against said N.>
'alla'CUII. of all the nation I Why,. the I were saved, the vessel passengers lost. The: fighlnj 000 feet Lumber, by II. Kelly j estate to present them _properly attested Navarreno Manuel Neufville P. M. S.
fact lit if you goons hundred and fifty miles smack Gallant, went ashore about 70 miles Brig Martha, Moody Havanna. -80,00 for settlement,and to all persons indebted NovitzLy Charles Tabor Salomon, fumes
from London, you are just about u well off I South of Cape Canaveral crew saved, vessel feet Lumber by, II. Ke :Iy. U( to said estate, to make immediate pay H. A. Nothrop. D.* A. 2.'

"a on th*score of in Swedenor In lost. The brig Noble, (of Brunswick]) ment. O.
lIoU'DeI..la Lancashire and Westmore laden with Logwood, went ,ashore about Notice. ISAIAH COBQ.AdvHmttralor. Oldmixon Edward,O'neil & C Messrs.

land, I know not how many' different dialects 100 miles South of Cape Carnovoral ; crew to an order heretofore made J. Oshanessey James, Osborn Dr. Leonard
there are. I will gin yon specimensby saved ''\"esseIIOllt. The schr. La Fayette, PURSUANT the County Court I will Sept 5th, 1833-26.-8b_ 5,. Osborne- Lieut' L .
and by. If you pinto Scotland,Scotch ; Snow Mexico for New York with a cargoof proceed to sell to the highest bidder for for Sate or Kent. P.
*'1II thickens upon you. If yon push to the Logwood,. went eehore 56 miles Southof cash the following described Lot or pieceof tvHE subscriber will sell or rent, his Pool Wm. J. Phritchett Mrs. B. t, Perry -
4$* High-iands, Ills almost allGaelie. If yod Cape CaVnnvoralf crew saved,. vessel ground belonging to the estate of Marianna Charter for the Toll Bridge oo'th. 1W titm. Preston Mrs. Patterson Saml.
car cross to Inland,.then comes the' wild I- lost, Th Impress from Uonifay with the one half of Lot lUmber mouth of the Big Bayou, from the drat day; Price Mr. M. 2. PhUibnrt Christina Pel-
rUh. If you go back toward the capital New Bedford for New Orleans went ashore one hundred and sixty-five, and the of January next on very moderate term, ham, Chaileiy, Fierce Capt J. G.
Welsh IIMtte you again1, aye", In the very I 15 mile South of Cape Carnavoral; the adjoining balled Lot number two hundred those wishing to trade,can apply personally Rivers
emporium, at the very Court city, In Lon- Captain and three of the crew drowned, ana eight iM,the' north side 'of tntendenti aa there can be a great bargain u appliedfor Runneen R n*. tn.... Rend-
"doo itself;there I*a cockney dialect, which I one hand save and vessel lost. Septerobei street.. Sale to take place at the Courthouse early to a -
U It I Is understandable (there ought lobe 18th. The brig Texas, put into Florida door.on Monday the.16th.day of November WM: A'. BELL. Smith J. R. II. Smith Martin, San Co-
u inch*word, If there is not) only amuses Bay, and sailed 19th she bad received some next.. Sept. 10th, 1833.-28.-tf. men, Session R.. D. Stevenson P. Sierra .
ysji this more for understanding It at alls damage. 10th.. The Br.. brig Thomas put MARGARITA. DE LA RUA.Executrix. Miss A. .
!*W.tfle people, who don't Into Indian Key for. water; she was laden '" < Tl II E subscriber has received by the late T.
tic ,lish'at home, coup over to us,and ridicule Logwood. Capt. WALKS* spoke the U. a Oct. 17th, 1833.-32. 4tNotice. arrivals from New York and New Thorton Cspt."A. W. Thomas News,
v our English when they csn.tnvel'three Revene Cutter ll'tukingto, 19th last of! Orleans, and offers for sale low for Cash TwitchellT. .
thousand mile in America,sad never meet and was Informed that Lkut.O'Barxn notified 60 Barrels and 30 half Barrels Superfine Icy A. L. Ray William Riley William
>' American .whom.they cannot ,readily Master Commandant of that vessel ALL persons are hereby of the that al Flour ? RUey John Rush PbUl Reley James U.Rocbeblave .
** .understand,,unless h* b* of French,, Ge.orMbeflorel'D. .- had been lost in one of the boats some next April term Count 20 Barrels Rum, P. Roe Charles Raimand Ma-
Court of Escambia I will
extraction. Isn't II County presen 20 Boxes Goshen Cheese, dame. .
,man, time previous; the boat had been found said and ,vouchers .
** on of the. funniest Jdoas inthe world f but they had obtained no Information of her to Court my accounts .e 15 Firkins Goshen Butter, W.
p, .I A well ed nested Engllsbmaa is*.fort\rn- o leer. administrator 01 the estate of David Chris- 10 do Western do Woolly JacobeHite Samuel, Woodward -
( in one sense, in sbo$two third of his --..;... tic, deceased, and ask a final settlement and 18 Baskets superior Cbampange.. Wra. Walker Ceo. '

own little Ortat Britain.-and hence, per- Tee Ounce LODCCS.-There was a vry discharge.J \V. 20 Kegs Lard, .Oct. 3d. 183 .-80.4t. If. KELLY. 1TilE
haps,-his seoaiUveness Dbl matter pf judicious article in the Albany Daily ,_ GEORGE BARKLEY. Winter strained Sperm and Linseed Oi subscriber has removed to the

-' words' WAa,' Aal Yorkshiremsn, o- Advertiser of W dn .da,upon the subject October 1835. 31. Adtnr. 20 Kegs White Lead lit, Duality, and a Store )feu,.. Jerri-
10. 3t adjoining
.f -
:: .lolna his ;mouth at :th*,' Englishrasn'swU4urnd 0(these secret institutions, and the excite- large assortment of Glass/ and Crockery, Ion &Foster,where all orders for Clothing
periods, in perfect,stupidity meet which appears to have been occasioned Notice. 5 Barrels Green Apples superior will be to. .
J'S -'vJUi.1 be repeats, and when h*can't nn- in England t by the recent parliamentary 'T DE undersigned having obtained Letters 800 Bunches Onions. punctually- > D, nded.to.A. NORTIIROP.
1st el derstaad adds with a shake of the head- disclosures respecting them. The article Testamentary on the estate ot GEORGE }Y. BARK .EV. 30th 1833.=12.
May 8t
"!. t, 'II r ,AA','+ea scAsZaraY1 I am*no scholar contains some conjectured explanations ol Pedro de Alba, deceased, hereby notify all Oct.3d, Jm.3O.tf.NEW -
I -.Jkt, toon ftnmt* fm bound, to town the cause to which this excitement Is persons having claims against said estate, Important ewe to the Afflicted 1 11DK.
b i JMysaaother- AA'U gdng wf ye" probably to be .ascribed that Is, the designs to present them properly attested for settlement GOODS.
s I so 111 go with., you. ,And then If_ yon 1ft and purposes of the lodges to which, and all persona Indebted to'said estate .. IIEAIIEfT,
15+, .. 'how far you may find 't.to b*about" a- it must be confessed, that the English paper are required to make Immediate pay TilE undersigned is now opening a large FROM PRIfi.CL'8 STREET
h bees toatta an' a bawl : nobbut". (only. genera assortment of fancy anclother' 'n
a *give very little information. H'is to ment.JOIIN VIMBCa OF T-?ROYAL COLLEGE rBTSlCUMS..,
I r : '. H is always! Y, aa ysafe for htatt and yof be presumed that those designs must be ol ALBA '*1 > EDINBURGH.

ii ,, fur hot. No wonder, than, that when then an alarming nature, as the mere existence. EUGENE LATADY, Dry Good: May be consulted on alt diseases incidentto "
.." 'poet Y* giving to ,London, she of the societies could scarcely give occasion Executor. the kta frame.CCf" .
"' had reason for th.following account for such decided measures ss have been Oct 10th, 1833.-31.- Of every description: suited to th -south- Patients who are inespabl from infirmity -

'" ),,oft t when asked how .11.11..4 It- M Mar resorted to. We copy that portion of the ..NoUee.AT era markets of, attending personally upon Dr.
.ty.ur;; ,Ah like pother egg nor shell ont article in which these conjectures are ataUxL the next term of the honorable the Groceries II, can by sending a particular statement
i TWy'r* like a set o'fowk as E.nlver seed -AT. ). Com. Ado court of Escambia to of their cane; be told whether they
%3-*'>,a **. They laugh aad leer at a M county couoiy. .
the ulterior object of this quasi are curable or not.
be held the of Pensacola the
at oa first
Boots & Shoes
%body Ilk anal thing ,Awed t nobbut t' othw -
conspiracy may be,can only be suspected. Monday of April next, shall apply for the I DR. HERBERT having arrived amertes
t' t' beeake"albop. for a loaf o'
ke of Cumberland Is a prince of the for the of tour
Seal settlement of the Estate of Thomas Qaeensirare Hardware Cat- purpose
bread l and they MIS' gfgtllng man. 'H1aAb'd blood royal, with only the young princess Commyns, deceased, and move to be discharged. tlery, %e. &e. through It, and seeing in every piece he
been van (one) oM'griuist .
Victoria betweea himself and the British I visited so many invalids laboring under
,(tools)l' t' warW." Now 11.1 wete throne. charscterdoes not stand very THOMAS COMMYNS. Jr.Execulor. AU which is offered on the most moderate different'complaints,' and so many who
after the of the HamUtoas terms
to writ manner either morally or politically lie have ruined
theireonstitutiour -
I should set this. down ,as a spMimen ojoodocltr "hi involved 11 a od.tranMttlon some JOHN CAMPBELL. to advertised respectfully
Oct. 19th 1835.-31.- nostrums
ADd11' oct 3d. 1833.-30.-tf.
; English, not ,
.. years ago, andtojhisday a dark suspicion Informs the citizens that be intends
la U one' word or eu"entton-to.. Via .h....over him eeStiwted with the murder T Notice."pURSUANTtoanorderofthehon.. E scam a County Court, remaining Pensarola for the pace of
>IT fjtsaths of th*peasantry of Yorkshire, talks of his valent d* chambre,. to his palace at the April Term 1833. two months, for Ue of tendering
s .""Tin; this or ..".,.. manner, aaditlaindeedf Bt.Jama's. h..Is hinted indeed, in some>> JL Judge of the County Court of Escam that Charles Baron, Sa. his services to the dUcteCI.It purpose.
flft>rising--wll Uliutraliag, )ao1fter.thelI18Weact of the English papers, that the Dutchessf bin CouDt.U. sell at, public residue. on ORDERED and John E. Prin le is thin Joe&orala'ar"bl..1e'MYer to

between|h* loenmoUv propen- Kent, the mother of th*prices Victoria, the 28th October next >e appointed Road Commissioners on the undertake a cue unless be confident. of
aide of.ooroountrymaa and the English iI t *exceedingly vigilant. in protecting the A certain half lot of ground known l In West side of Escambia River, and Joseph effecting cure.
that each a laagusi can taI kept Jrpla the flute queen from any exposure to the plans the plan ot the city or Fensacoly a. mum.ben Porsyth, James W. Earnest,.sad John A. Dr. Herbert maybe consulted at his apartment -
heart ole OUtrr How far ibe educated or machinations of her dangerous and nnprindptod I 129, lying and being la the city afore- Simpson. on the East aide of said river.C. at Collins Hotel.
4 f .., menOnglettd lauipassours, wbo'weall, and. It I* that .the .-containing forty feet front on the Wet- EVANS..ltiidge. : Thos who-- afflicted
S. desert thai word educated, I'shall show huge tern aide of Florida Blanca- would persons
r, went organization oleo a body of street by one 4 '"" Con. do well to make a timely application
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sooM day or other whsn.| look nona at panlas th Lodges boundtogether hundred and wventy bounded M. '
compos *Oraag* : CRUPPER :
Peasacola 3d 1835. 3tt-tt; .
"'ith former Aug. _
*ir>Parliamentary orator by common and undW north by lot Na.e'.I2J. property May 1-, 1___-IG.--CL ..
1.gPf One thing Js wy observabJ, that the ralg d oaths,.nay hu. object to events of John Vilalonga and South by the oth JVor Sale for CaKJOSEPH :-
.;. XngUahdasauehmor* in ,coaYena&loll1OM5" consequent upon the demla*of William IV. er half of lot No. W5, 'belonging to Alec "NOTICE. NORIEGO Island In .the
nipt the language than th*:Americans That monarch's conduct bu given Indies- inder. .'Rrver (Towvsnfp> f North
a .by a mot harried manner of.ennnela Jons ate partially unsettled intellect; elk in Commina.BERNARDO PARUAS. THE undersigned 'rives notice that at oMges S'Iandxl\vatiiBdi7tomPensacola
is bitty oaand estlng up the tails *next term of the hon. the County fc' from the City
ih*course of nature h* cannot last many A. Bay and mika
..Atiq!!:,,iles' sad woida-and 'by"a dandy yen longer. None wrens." .!!pt.2&i, 1835.- .. Court Escambfa County be.wW sppl for! of Pensacola-Contaiainf 844 B3400acte
h ..-.lofjerkiag them out witnasth House of dash settlement of the Estate of MARVIN will be sold Island.
Ask Is probable that many our rea- JocAsoa : OwrrtJMore for Cub A plot of t
i Mcocrtor WAIT
#II eonmons -aad a hundred.,... deceased and mov*lobe Ilthlie. and
passim is.
v lamar as much In thcdark upon the sub.jeel Term 1835.ivorce .' lodged with, the Editor of this paper
s$ 1 ;.-.'-.. e4 places.wklch have been matiUud suehM as the DaUyvaad: ourselves, A perhaps l ta1a c..plt. n. Aaal'oua&ala RANDAL, ALL18.mrg eanbesen.
pane Garden for Comemfnd OilN4. Jo not a tltt* curious to knew Del BUt &a of IS 4td The Utlis iadbpotably food.Persons .
Crif Cross, which though now farther of th.matier.: w*aaoex apu ala t......reby.h..t at said AprU 163i-13- wishing 10. purchase will coav
t ay Called Charing Cross, fifty years hence. tan a lat DublinRegister..' wb ch l' ,TermoaidCoenkappesrhgthasa. NotlT11E.lUlder'pect cg. mnaicaicwIihWm: W. WatkmofWabington -

tr ,eylith' -body Choir, bribe C19..ID whole the population months. of of London every be seat, eonnrms th* hyaothsaU above set Mid dafaadant was a.nonresident of this gives notice that'r at in the' District o/Cpinnbis. ,

1,7 engaged at the present time in sat Territory a nit was entered that unless he of the bon. the Coon- Oct3d,1533r.4a..tt. ,
an .
r OaAMB LOMC P GSSATPh Barren.- Ppear bafore the Brat day of the next Term I Court E.eambla County he "I I 'l
word. Th ? .
pply '
that English ?
lag p ftntarkabl jjpor for this ravenousnessla *rattYiry discoveries aaade by the British. Orange ft answer said bill,the same will be taken as for a Gnat settlement of the Estate 01 Vf,1I. ] OSTon lahanl.y Evenlag tb.1Jda l liiat.5.4p
that it lea Lodge Coounltie*arf, UU more astoun- confessed dec. LQYI''ON dec-eue4lUId move' to-be d 1 la.tbarre4. tannin rts-.pte,4>val >hsp*>ia '
devouring syllables. common ling than those elicited by the Irish Com- WE8TCOTT. 'Z the centre a Topav,Tbv fader will lID tee
*k* aofth* French, that they always 0.1&Oa .. to light torDIn,tf, l'eeeiTl reward or 4. pp1I
** Saturday r* ram Bed for Comps.if RICIID. J. COMPTON. En. A.
whereas .
.I \ -4titaad thniwuh- difficulty distinct trace*, *f a'complxacy of th* must. Oc&. 10&........-IL-tI.. .. SepL t ik, 1834..4. .-" .. a& )Ir. Ba Jel'w Store. ra
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r JJJn.s!< .: '. atom at Af outh whirl it arm lak were here 1. property of ho reVtbotftT; *, TXttn' an- to luve to announce the probable :5ci II of Tbt"dlil1 prev.ln Now tock. In ."
; ? aHaf Among the evils to wnirh thiseaclUiiieprsriieislbea ton andlUkei bore the teMpfeM Cro t'.. JJeiit. OAMUM. OWsitw the Rev. Be r. era!, conducted with skin selects and laduttry. :
SITUKDAVo_ TODJEDA'&lMN. >I7, 11383. .1IIJUllt et the rile at pub Felipe to NOl'OldotheLtI& nhca 1\&''" vice, cornmandhtg4beL1.&Culler M'ash. The amount of labor performed
lie mcrtmpi where the most 4.nesreros&li flv tia ha written t*wv rat>iuaeu .7 Yaid, on WeII-I" that' .reaOrl IjoaMnalita, \ his teasel** hying at anchor I In HorV *Mt, Cap& WOLCOTT malory speeches and weulutwM are I listened '.. ble. %r' 7 the < VMM ,
CIlAUNCEY Commander ooq fruity 4tin no one Is kite a moment,and the midnight
of tft* V.rd ON the day follow But Ibe evil dec.not stop... Three pmh. They bate hnide,.lH**'. saflP1 Th t. Lfout O'Orken, crompitntml toy she taw wn unfrequeittly finds all u actively
and r *elaii... fad their CoDtiMiUf.n of 182'OU it, and Pilot and Ms.bo t'. share
treys hit drftth Us body w..l Interred U tIM Nary way th* newup' Two Hundred wew, went atone engaged in xliej rcparaUon-of tbe morning "*,
per, and our northern I are th M inform eman'Yathered'arouad of lheisl.n for the purpose of'shooting paper a*4f It were b Pf9t oexa>? So thatto -
VnrJvvrringgrwind, with U. u.nJ honors du it, determined l.i stand or fall with II. pigeon, and towards evening, while 1JOIhe ronmutnd tbe tec-eive #
M that all classes of success ibeV fby3
people here from the
to huts nak.W. grave subjoin the following letter from :of the '
i pert$ were engaged in cooking their generally prove that they deserve 4u'-Aftxudna I
elilers! ef the land tol", Vrry hoy,ralcnUte,the General Houston >K> the gentleman who bird, IJmt. tyUrlcnJefl the Mmtd alone Gaxtttt,
h.. 'a-M that in a tie ."Wf *f **l** rir* TJirfon." They.tbeMrlvn dn .. brought fheiutellig Lcc: in the boot for the purpose Of taking a_i II.

-.U AppkkeluMU AdvcntMf, .1M editor of she *ncc4, threatened sneered at, and ,even for. SAM Acaumicc' TUAM, { shortly after he lelt a flaw of wind "ur>b- LONDON CLLR IlOfsrS.MY ., i'
pert is lArn s** rly to UA fcr iu supposed bidden the right to Ainrnei the ALb Oct. 18J3 i nerved strike the hoat& rrr away the
eubjrcl dupute DRAB Sia{-At.yo w. testiest I handle maInmast, which It U thought Lieut. CT1 m observe:. those palace*," said Mep :
cppoiition to the atcrprtM la which many. Let.s cultivate tnttor JMttaer* at komi; and ear a memoranduan, that inform succeeded rnsecvrlug, and then barbed, hikKxrihilvs, a. ws tode along, diietihiff ,
ear fellow ritiMaw af*ngar4 lit at. Joseph'. right will br:more respected cbroad. ed of our fttiatiun. Hm'invtkfew!, eotirligM for the island undvr the fervMfl, but too my."r 11 lion to the varioia silted 11(1".
'.V. !have not.WM fcVl le to gM boll! of tb. paper,' / .t,' oar aIM, end err 4Mto tor. **If be itaiathi himself wnotfe to *f "'1 hey ere the tntoat contftcnoua algae of .Tbe
The General election took In i* mi! tnUe M frit times DeLhI their *
and place Qoorgta on Taos tIt fact object, bore directly before iMgnifictnt r*-
must tbwofcfv sprak of rt M' a thing of whir the Jrst Monday .1'the present ssomb FiomtU l'ol.**rt ttom the United State the wind. TVe party away on shore having rho ., fbclrvrr4,n krg. "lit the Interior '
.. bT awrcly hoard. Oct stfor.atioa leads will join their Brethren in this are aUld with the ana
wtarne which bees reached'**, th. Union section, they boat -could render no assistance. & having up mace at I
to the bthof that w..re severely TO.MedThu..' ..' I will receive liberal bounties of land. W a succeeded In making their tltuation known display. 1 hey ate fit resident** for na> *
party seem agdnteha th* '
'. not ptoawat,... m COW wMtber{ nor ,do ascendency. .have mllliion. or acrea IIr our test lands UQ to the Cutler, were taken on board. Boat perors yet commoners' of limlud .means
The election In this chosen. and unappropriated.Let were immediately and may satiate on their enjoyments TbejO
think county for membors sf for despatched, nigh
w* bas.Jua..d .
w. such an a perm oe a ; each have been created the desire of the .
man come with a good rifle end coming on, Jtghtt were shown and ollk.r by prc
f. the (unit debt/iiwds St Joieph4.An LrfiiUrireCoancd, lwM.]. Mondej, rrsahnin one hundred round of ammunition-MM means taken M enable Mr. O'l.rIon to di.- tnt age A* J u irIt I*known"that the
,1 error to which newnptprr wnter* ate eta the choirs cl U *MS>. J' M.. anl 1'..M come soon. cover the-.hua"n of the "'' As bt ..tub tiT LeaTerbad'' pitncety
teed ll1 yroao, b that attempting to build Blovnt javIn O.r w r-rry is Liberty TW Death.?' did not make Will appearance: Jk rte searchof establishment a plcridld"anloa} and indulges *
f' up Our principles are to support the Conntlu the voti* having been tmst ailhg, they blne ty ki nttamrt v-bith anal* i
firrpuurJAn for writing by the kttnnrte cad, virnIfnee the following Slowing &xriting|nctare or tion, and does with Ae wrvrjxr // / Youfriend. weienfaindeopatchedthe Mavtng morn most unlimited incomreanfjuipply.. Heie -

: of Ih* abas which they lavish upon one the preeeut cenObon*f Teta,.w* think we rf- lug and for two days all the (aland*in the envied by some hundred Ofpersonwljosr ,
'i another: W. haYk not the armganc to hop cefnwe tb* 1yte a nd rMimmtsan inJividua 1 HA r. HOUSTON! dtreottan he w a.lot teen Swing, were exsusnwdia desirefor luxurloutenjoynent Is.equallx
,that Mr humble efforts May niece the least a wetlnown her. The Fleudisn boN which It To lane Parker, EM], pw cnt. ', the hope that he would be found at great but whose meant, for gratifying
We h ave oo dline.tonak* cenrmenls. their tstlee eta at eo immense distance
ny on tome one of(hem the search fmit
wnJmrnt In this particular but l if we jmbt! be is copied,says it i II entitled to the foflest emU.LYNCHSUHQ The peojtte of the United Stases will ret less and il was consequently| anticipate we from hi*,'': Collectively they are eai

ytrolttfj to subntit to the corps editorial a coils ON Sate JUTTA Rivca." Teas pond to the call of their brethren in Texas that fee bad Btoreedcd on to this nort. A. awed to do what they could_rot do Indlvkl,

of moral and of manners, tIN Brut ej>d fund.t .. September, 1833. r such, however, lias proved not to be the dually. Fund are collected | *n artouecTvj]
t JaenUl canon of our rode should be this: .Write MI da nave think H would ha prudent for nOM gentlemen friendly to the right case, it i feared Mr.,O'llrlen has met with it set to work, and a building- H fcrgciuV p.
you and our family to cense lit Texas until of free and Rep bucan Ooorimientt, are a watery grave particularly aa his health out absurdity partly a Grecian temple .
nothing that you would not W willing,.u a gentleman the affairs of the country assume. a more requested *o meet utlh Red River Ux was not good at the tune. Boat are yet i In" partly a Roman villa-rises from the"
; to take the wujwntiMitr of uttering in the peaceful aspect change vat thtteveinng. at half past seven search of tiiro ground. It it furnished in the local co.tI, \
hearing of th* person ,wtitUn'about" By re. St. Anna ku applied theprint*,f or two o'clock, to take into conslderaiioH the style-fsrvaflts In rich lit.Mureaa..*.
do million dollar and aix tho'isand men, 10 situation of theirfellow-countr)men ia Tex! NEW MARKET OCT. 10. dance-thn choicest things ,procured.
not hat
Miaility w
moan liability to
np put down tko Rebel. of Texts(at he styles asN.Tvrtmcncr.Oct from B. r,. Prut .,. can give crettAcanloa to Ore palate or to 1hi
_'It. noM pulled or to be called ,out and shut us), bet it it in rrakty to turn oct the protestants 7, .935.. We are now just commencing another eyea French 't, but that *. ** .( tte Impropriety of doing and establish the otemiui CsAholi commercial year and It II not too much to tattoo 1*engaged a a liberal aaleryi sat,la fi

c wrong, or_ una.cer.ulty, giving, oflenee., which Religion We are preparing Hr ,war, i In EDWIN FORRES1YTHK AMERICAN soy, judging from the evldenret that w. fact the envies of the Duke of Leather,
bosost and which every part Itr Texas- ot partita war. TRAGEDIAN, have, that it bids fair to eclipae, on the bead find, la their club subs enjoyments ,
i*w> deeply implanted inetrwry
bwtcotHtitaUJonal, tsdid our forefather There U a tide in the affair of am a'Un.t Activity and extentlve busine.toperartorm. vb It b bit grace commands by the atsitunca
4s so greatly strength***) by an intercoun with la the Revulutioa Which lah/l'allh. ,d11lQ_ fortune.. theatre that has Justtlosed, and of his princely I'ort.Dy. ;
gooJ society. If two men in tbe.street fofl out A grand Convention ia to assemble at San There is a cirrumstaacecnntMirted w ith with which wr have no amen reason lobe It \N ell," said,',('Ieee ao barm In that1 .fI'
i -.l call 011. another raeeal and blackguard, all Felipe on the 10th of October next. The the history of Mr. Foaatar'a theatrical satisfied. Already does tnircMy begin topresent None In the least.'* be replied, with his .
a the world wilt with them eann be: members will be eomeUiing likefiO agree | they from all the diMiicts.I I the truth of Shakspeare't thesis above quo- preparation| supphea of goods, wares ana which destroyed the energies Greece and
otherwise Sad when ewe editor who have not' have been returned a member by a ted. We have to beg pardon of one of the produce are pourmgrn from 'vetr direction Rome mutt of course,' tIreD'lb.."the
even the exeoM of hot blood, abuse each other large eta .trity, in favor of entire mention, principal concerned, for the intnductio and our market Is dally assuming a boundstlonof the greatbeta of Eagland '
4n their papers.U is ten to one but they both merit snd absolute Iiidepeiidence of the McxlraOovernnrant of his same ; but the fuel It so characteristic more active and Interesting character Luxury snervatett it Is the food of .tkk."
be it what It may; Republican of the man, and to honorable to the i From the date of tmr tart to the present ly appetite} and, In every.elate) of aochrty, ''r.
.u the hard things that are ssU of them Thpraite Centralism or Imperialism. 4. profession that we caooot resist the temptation ;time, the weather has continued executively I from the highest lo tha 'lowest,.Jt. may be
of individuals. is; la general, U/rt/ neJ to b, War position la at this time extremely interestingteifee .i of laying behave otter reader what. cold for tbe season, hut generally 'observed making its destructive inroad*.
she world at large, with dolt and iaipatiene. United States and in tact 1 many a time and o. Mr. Forrest bat acknnwledfed i clear.nd faroiaMe for 4ulllo,.. The The single man who at limited expense,
while it is wonderful with what morbid aridity lo alt.he power*of Europe,,who have relations in WKiy, with a 1Ii.'trhy. ; Mbrffesppi Is 12 feet below high water enjoys, tan superb palace,ail the pleasures
with the )nca R vernment. A of gratefulness that docs hm hon e-. mark. of life, knowtby Dan kt be cannot fan-
tbe public ear, devour tie Unguage:. abuie Provincial Gevernmentwillbe Immediately] A few season after his first appearance COTTON.-Arrived since the 1st October prove hi* condition 'na If he to deeVrevtf' .
From the days VYeod&H's. PuMie Advertwer tot formed, and a regular army of 5000 teen and when Mr. F.rrt was quite a youngster -4MI balesotiLouisinnnnand:'Missisaippl making what the world c.lIl. good hue- '
t -. cola; from .,.fJunUudowntothoMofMrWeeteott Wt l ok vpon.rlR.dt/fMd&1tC,. young man, he wa engaged by Mr. Caldwell New-York 304 bales, Boston 4'Ogethe t consequently tae .r Ube Ie ..
lure CtrlWe base new the command at New-Orleans, at a salary of 618 9101;L waking an addition to rtovk CI M20 wise eontinuos tohiljoy bit arnfle plesaed- ;
(the antiUMM*mates,of course,to time of all the harbor inTexas, and have per week. (Having closed his theatre .1 end tearing on hand inchislve. cf ill 'nshinboard nelL Ito TDtrrkd man flit from ,{ha ,
only this state of thing has been a M .'. regret driven uevery garrisonfram the ioterroofoarfineeouatrv. Sew.Orleana, Mr. Caldwell proreedcd up not cleared co the 6th last astock care arid anxieties of matHmoniat felkltr.t 7
with aD.IDfln.. Some 1 hU4redtroon the)Mississippi' NashtUle. to vI.y.*hor of 1073 tales. Notirtrti stands iw In his club- i and. In the nlrnri ilirwlm :l

But we did not sit down to real a lecture on editorial liave been cent against u*, but they hale season, wWi Ms entire company; yovng that the stock of Ccrton lies note mme which he It'turrounded, forgets the pov "
([unexpectedly) returned being afraid to Forest among the number.. At table one sufficiently large lo attract attention. &tha ties or miseries of home. His wife' ta n1k-;
amenity, but to vindicate airc1.ce again move agaiatt our riflemen, trt the amount day a dispute arose between the Manage It la dally augmenting, the market \Is in an In,. hit children squalling,hie servanttto
the unfounded supposition that we are upfottd to of 300 or.more. They have sejit lo Mex and the future proud representative 01 almost torpid state Some signs of activity !'. pertinent belt happy sndfaefiads friend. ,
-robb iptfrvrtmtnlt new feing arward at St. Jo- eo for a reinforcement&Si. Anna has pledged IShakespeare'.beNle'," which resulted I Iso In had began to be manifested at the close lyusoclatet and domestic The> ,
.. Tbe only instance in which WIt ease noticed Ii himself the Priest lo head the arm r kneenapencounterot their wit*," that otlW week but neatly ft total stop wa result hi, tbatiwe tnisoaad spends die greater .
In peno1l. Aasiu bat just retwrne Nitttr Forrest was a uMrily dfschsrgexA pQl1Ilurtber transactions by th" mail that portion of bit time enjoying". these eel
the 61. Bay project was ID our from MexicOr where hat been. prison for what rendered It still more tuitortu tame in onfltmday, bringing late and tin Ash grataA'alions: 1.*z
wperof the 3d of August, InVhich,:without intending last two years; he hat united all parti**. nate for Mm, the uteamboet ran egrouix favorable account of the markelsof JJver "Bui some clubs established for better
or wishing the slightest harm to St. Joseph, We have Just received new of a victory from the shallowness of the river, and pool and Havre, IloMers. w ho before were purposes than mere sensual enjoyment'" 1.;
.undertook to exaoa* .. error, into which we obtained by one of our small! vessel (The could proceed iiw farther, M it was rcsolv somewhat .atni-ul 'in their expectations. I observed. '
1 San Fteripe In the euccerful repulse& subsequent ed that the should return to New-Orleaa. finding it iaiponShle: to effect sale on former Some pretend better purpose*,*laid be
.Urn thought and still think, hs Mend had iallen capture of Coreo Capt Tbomp- while the forlon hope of actors, scene.shift. term, consented ,alter a day or two "but The end of ell la the tame. Hdw muck "
This wae.th story that then WM thirty feel o( son. The engagement lasted about an i eri, artists and muskwuH, should pncvet of In ecWon.to IotVor n.td4lnbJy hi their sociality tnunttcrurlsb hitxmsMfuelJceoflW...
water on the bat of the harbour a story which' lour, when the naval repraewutive or BL by food wP to Na.lni1le.he best way demand, but buyer have shown no disposition existence of these clubs.Is nQclendy mar,
Anna lowered hit and they could fix .it. And it wa a pretty bad nifesu The member beeojnee
ha at least twice, within our IIKelJection.bin. peak hauled down hsiever to clowe with their of new an associate .
i his colour himself all the brave Mexican fix for Forrest-here he was, bund reu.' ul lers | such indeed I. the depressed state of five hundred otherr' andy < ".
eel currency and credence, and which ha as oC mile from New-Orlean or Nashville and he boa '
laving previously deserted from their post of the market at this moment that we dq pirtlculsrclitaw upon hait''a
ten been put to nightly official surveys, mad un- It gon down In to the hold. ThiThomponia twice aa far from any where, clue, withou not believe sales could be made short of .a :lion may dine with then In the aune'ro*
dar the order of th*government 6* tar from been the scourge of our coasts bays. a cent in hi. pocket, and an titter st anger reduction of 2 cent on the price prrvloiis- for a twelve month without Ibeirtaklaf llw' :i
We two other in the dreary *of the MissiuippL, Il would be least notice of his If be ,
feeling unfriendly to the building Jo- are ntrw ti"inep vessels to Iy paid. impossible ,to say presence beloai
apor.8t. guard our own coast. la fart although no The company landed, and while they] bow rung this stale of Inaction may cvutinje to' Crock ford V and sbould htppeo'to be .
epha, w* base esw1 reason to ,fed.Aecwwe war hat been declared, we are in 'a ctvn were making preparation for .I&art. For t It appears to to the general impression particularly rlrb;'the dlstlngnUhed ledivid- .,"
Pint of all, we are N.such a OijA sot to plete start of warfartL and ia six weeks rest, bnavfulof wrath,the drama, cabbage onheweter. that nothing of any greatImportance oils' to whom he It anxious to telraiaeeaM <
look with pleanf rs and with pride, upon every expect to give to the world a Declaration o( and tragic ..,.., seating hiaweif a will be done until (Amber more will ease him of bit money to tbeatostcoti
exhibition of that spirit improvement which I.S0 Independence: So soon aa Ibis glorious event stomp ntadaatedathesnutabilityof'eoatan satisfactory 'Intelligerc' frrra .boaJd. unless descending manner over ,,,.aad/aaoinV .
take place we shall tend aa Agent I I affair In this wicked world _While pcrtiap\ some eight degree of anl hey meet him civic, cut blai'wm, .t>" t .
evidenxly and *o rapidly leading this eoantra t. Washington 10 eoncit actaowtodge-- thusrfaewingtbectKiof swell and bluer ,marion may be 1m rl rled by the arrival a- tnostbigb-bred impodenet> lheDMi .tt q. .
,. to become the greatest th* richest tb. most meat of our Jndep+ndeneet boil in the meantime fancy, with the indomitable spirit of gen- anon u* o Miyrr tnt tin manufactories al If be should, by any mtafoi tune; iiBnaaa o.7:
powerful .&ta happiest people .n tit* iae of we know of .t lead. 6000 soldiers rise Yankee and the independence. of a the North wtraareonrrarlicst custvmers, genuine, and fain aa eotrnIe '" '
1M oartk. 'Next in this .rdc.i. cntenrhe irindpally.riflemen from' Kentucky Tea. ourneyman wood-saw CaldweI; had (then loci may possibly excite ten till) com ATlfCIUC,- with thebopror ,,'
J erases &c. who are only waning for'. the nctttig rnaneger for !,) e> "at- I petition.-Tbe truth of the matter, however
auaiy of th.personal Jrbnd* .f.the writorarelargely ; event-cE"eiy the atumo candidate for starvation who .. that the Drlces given In the drat instance self surrounded br a crowd? of snail'r.}> l s-i Vof
engaged: (friends tot* initmnuiital in one who assist,.whether land looked the very Impersonation .111w blue' wore much nit her than U warren- every rank' ia:life. 'whorarC'too, '(aoear .
forwarding who* ioterrsU would giv a* the or at sea will be vmmirlcicntly rewardedby "Isay. >- ted under existing circumstances, and we engaged endeavoring to ine'reaae 0
TbVoi the Tares Republic In the fairest land considerable are afraid that it may have an injurious own mportance tOpay 11..lest .af4 to.
XieaUot again th* harbour of under the finest climate in the known world of. pickle, but never nWud_"AU'. now that the market i I. about the merits of a ritat .Should be bavalMv*, I
St. Xoaeph I II certainly one of the most .&irul"nfilJQO Well That Ends Well "and thla affair deny JaIL .
I have been *o much engaged lately rn poiticaJ may ,. lied a tbAuaaad mile .b.wlU bt f. ;
and sic* harbour *, far *fl comnereial meeting, committee of safety and be for the best Pve something In tell you.There's I 0' Tat Taavtu aa's,. where be winh9d>_
purposes within the limit .f the United Stairs correspon'ience, Ac Ac,that I :Anus had, a letter in my trunk from Cited, New Von Pars.Not the least of the a multitude of tourist who never vlchec the *
But to all this we mast b allowed odd what lime for little else;in fine the whole country (the Manager of the bowery) who cuts euriotnietof New York to stranger,i.the picturesque beauties of their owns eoveiry;
W it only afire to oneeiaglfl eabject.' Liberty somebody share the hevy. business at >retof that city., yet have explored tbe 'post Inaccessible!
the lawyer call aaoteo** its W,do ,not beCm .' or death; for each we will get if we the Bowery lie will give yon a fair Perhtpi BO place In the world, not e- part of ib* globe and can.relate eOjtUar :
abs story slMMft Uw(trey feet./:rater. Ifw do not turn tbe table on St.. Anna and biB chance, and if you don't succeed the devil' yen In London,-Is the newspaper more Important marvels that his simple record ef facts to
did, w* would say without hesitation, that I I1M reformed Pitarta. I think the Kentucky .M In it." than in New York. People there not likely to Ibtened to,unless be makes
public wer1.t now Ia should be boys will play the shaven crown a sharp .**.Hem '! if I don't starve first" 'o to the newspaper not only lo (earn the use 01' the' r"JIh thalibersliry
rrorwheort., yams if they take any of them t God nave Ho ware you off fur tint tot lice it- news of the day, but h la from it alone employed try nls new atkodate
suspended for St. Joseph Bay he mark. My own affair*are going on a. ,lforll4VlI" hat they can cod out each otberV want Should ae'keep a stud of race hortee{ U4poeee.
would andowbtedly V* th* place fee the, Navy well. I caa expect:'the Mill atope, o|( Dtna. the six' pence have I got-not and wishes' and the actual twines of the w a desire lo be rained with>ntraor*,, 4olatry
Yard and Naval Station. W* hav bat twisty course, on mmttr day, drill davt, mot- 'eo much"' pewter as you can put in your great commercial emporium. The tbflu*. speed, be may become a number of .
one cad a half fort .[water ''eerar.. and tang day for victory, ire.-out all will soon .-Te." Dada oatr.nisrs who visit tbe city. look I Tm JAa1tnCUJI.-b..W' be UBffbl '
upon be quiet sad then we sball reap a fine bar So I snpposed but aa !patter. Here, or thf newspaper'whb aa intenseness of ibe art of being a knowing one la a..fcarlessons
tbisisbasetysufBeWvitbr-a frigate.. Thirty frst, vest .. : nay boy, I'd give JW a teller to Cdfertaad Interest, wbtrhtbcirdtvationonhrcan ac on scientific principles, and lath.
r*vw twenty seven feet, would b* mUBcim) :. aaothr of 1 ed dee to ibo player' fer eur Urg* QM of battle sty*, TIll following copied 0-M* tnlaalsi your ediccaUoa on ship-board. You.? moat city backlog) newspapers, and pss rs brave officer. left by.hi{* &eoantrytodieofpotWgkBdbajfpay .
..taer tN fregoiag was !. */ *,.. received th* I*tk bet from for O6c oTUMlfew Orbejas bout jbia' .-return at ooee.l 10 the $lesm.bo.cshe' 7everywhere' buying thcou Morning bekr :efl r w
just ready M above off go end evening you mey Me the carrier isa- bio for .Tat, volts savors/ bne': .#
Vyaudl,ft*** a Highly rvepeetaU soorce a evaafcraiion T.Aaeitcs. down to New-Orletot, find their botwe day la >;a'eoi
J n f paper at"amx*!every a. nay enjoy every thejrea .
ase this ntyectr prfM4 la anewert IMPORTANT! 1 Now-York,*crack on for 'tb..1. bag hc'h kl1.buU.ren- porn the ry mutton chop with|tea delicious>.. '
''lW'artkk je th* ArfalachiooU A4vMtimfttdofto .1-' By the steamer Ouachita arrived this the place for ye. Ynur tre down is lanea:'and&" The cont qucnc of ibis paaltoent while wound hlnifomI"jfcT. >>
aWv*. We 'sis IMS IJo.W I morning we received the following iaaa pa.d and youll find LW.J cvuAB' |, your onivtrsal call for the pepera w, that almost cert who never**w a1 battle ass f Vtuf K"JI,ir ,
fsJsi extra sheet of the Red. River Herald.A otter *o make sill right; wben yoq get to every body I i. engaged lo mpponiac them upon aU tbe dalkadas of tbs MntatLC uK" '
thai we have teas '.ssi 4, lat aew, er why, meeting of the friend of Texas I* New.Orksji Her bes oft Civ*us yaadgood U>a meichanu,.especially.) ar JitC rtl ialatroftlzing bee aaceestful ,writer elb dplay..
doss Rst >psi. rue tb. prum1.w+. mBet4ecfiMpubBsUag : called, to be held ia this city thU evening, bye--fcrHlclsws .
th* BsmmeainsrlBu Ow -.an.01 be adopted to reader And' they parted JluMeJI.-fth. the by which Irdead,'they know -a wrttdiedjriBter.wnba>rt e .
shall b toehr entaiance to our brothers TeAL. troupe to go up, aDd Forrest by himself they consult their own tautest wall lit ,ttlry- worse actor:; stiu t>etur pk} cr '
am** a*.they base b i
ever .t
open i HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM TEX.I to go dowa toe It will be herdly he from,. They adr.rU*. Uberal a llueral parroa ot greearown lialliy tad ;J .
ft** .1 but fcls thought that.ur cor**. I ceceury to state that the Irtlcr contained ..11 and the buslnest mechaak are not a dramatis mediocrity .0t 'doubtlesevR
ponoVnt kandlee Mas of th*.yesa.W wh.sa'tr. WAS"IN ;TnfJLS: GEN.: COA LANDED a deal sensible advice M the young ;whit hchlnd them ia.'*.gt0f tae pred sad a piss Ia "TW Osrrtck'. >where- tq
.*Gins. NJgUy Of this w* can betas NEAR TilE MOUTH OF TUB tragedian, and a check for $100 form! and exttndipf the display of their ow. W.acIla4..r an Incredibly short time aa tea y belahi*. h
jjg BRA8SON3 WfTJI 400 MEN. berried to..V. appraicd subs Botr.i adwnUemeiHa. There* led Into aD mystsraas f val jay,'aad |., j*
seeing the Advertises.-if w* loans Parker has jest arrived (rose Texas i Ivy. coofirased isle friend's ep iou, falfill- that .the e..Y k prM .rld1t wtda 1M er1IWIltJot J :"t: w '
.w .vit. w bta..t... hriaglag the tai lUgeaea that Oca. Cos ell I ais destiny, acovlred a baadsotne for lathe coDectiraard diMec And abouM ha bt a btleflesa berrlsMf.... <
hllM.M. Ua loaded atosr 1M..o.da of the Braso tact? aad now stands before tbe world the oaikm of newe. and ia alV weTwl ra up- gfaOUEaaUwiei'-e ratlreiejttua
+ ; iZ, _.h tb.E with 400 woilia ibo iatcatioa Joisteg rideandornsBoentofhi* profcoatoa tbe porting the wlaheeaodittereeUirtTilMcoaB* taieJeeaftisi ap4eB >( a t
w i.c:1.. tI asthITD f e.s.jqe. he 700 federal uoope stationed at**. AaIooi044 > ( swedes of bis'" end Iris Irsgediaa BMiAity who so liberally .appott 1L t t, wlgsr atockbrokeV'-a. boetmsle w
:t*.Ih* Mbg *fih*north spins Begar, sad narcbuig upoa the pa, the stage. We wish that all other people would copy $slai-s plsyrlcbt .wltboal orlglaaiiy .
Ike -" be Wag Intorat */A* *.utk. Th people elT.& He baa lasned hit Procaroatloa ,(N. V. Spirit .//&. TimnVas. }, the sample ot .the people of r New* treasury etork wits a aa4 aiaeM.F io4to
MUdariaf that. he will collect Jf Yak, .. their liberality towa/d ooe' o f .The Clarence,' wbora to 1&'vtfk'a*
greaafl /ft****f so*** aM la*eXgnjng art tereveaaevv
jf etbsr, Uw* *er- hrv *Vtr 4 tt>p' aa ads..a.R .- s military gmemnvMH .ad coaflacate thA JlUJtc.obl Occvaaxiica.yr regret and tillage" a& ebprlall ty' vbsL'. '


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t PENSACOLA OAZET E. 1 inter of Jonathan Danker, ( Wttt Flor *..atvl General Advertiser," its' co- and beautiful specimen t, 'r : f Superior Court Etcambia

4 OCTOBER 17 ,1835.;;. .', ) :% :t..arv: .? r Ud, ''JJiu'\ tmma4 >wlilWrdevuted, to Polities, internal, MbIe;'ttt;"-Nwticesof- the aeted.;.DjrAma: 1. Itdt.l.onAdna.n 7tlay'dttJnlyRulest833.ohn'P. ; .
< C. Daniel E .
Brian IiMbl J torton Superior ([tnproycraent*;,and general Intelligence,! and other amu emcnt -Trsnslatlom from +
The t watts will be usuea every Saltirday C'.rt-IN A TTACHMENT. ;QrnpruNUg i&btt.w"oCLhe) day both 10. Je best new workiin other languages, Burch decewedf,(;em"... ''. Noah II. .I

Evening at$3 (!)per.annum, ia ad,I Is hereby given to'the defend- reiftn and domestic wither( civil or political:; French, German, Il li ,. etc- Allen, Margarita de La Rua, Executrixof J

vanco;$4 payable e at the end of six. months, NOTICE the InsUtvrtoa.of this suit by Ins ordi>ce to custom, we shall proceed and an infinitive variety of miscellaneousreading John de La Rue, deceased, Joseph!

or#:5 payable at the expiration of the year attachment returnable to the, November In a,,fry brief manner, to lay before: relating to passing events,remark- Bonifay and Jeremiah H. 11. Smith, Dfls. !
21 at the trptKm of the>ubsrrlber.ADfttnstuctTT Term'ofthe Washington' Court the public"fcn?anpaJysis:of the plan on able Individuals, discoveries and improvements IN CHANCERY. .
Inserted! at the rate of The defendant and all persona Interested, which the Gazette will be conducted. I i In Science, Art, Mechanic, etc, THIS day came tee complainant by bit

one dollar for every fourteen lines(or less,) are required, to appear and plead to the They will endeavour..steadily to keep In.1e"L eta .. el. and it appearing to the satisfaction .
for the first, arid fifty cent for every con Declaration filed in said case, according to the landmark 0/the Constitution of la announcing the thepeNEWYORK of the, Court by affidavit filed, that

i tinnom subsequent insertion. the statute In such cases made and provided e United States, by which they hopeto thirteenth'Vol*", ft Noah II. Allen one*of the Defendant, does
steer their course aright: M moderation MIRROR, almost the only dutY' which not re.lde'ln' Territory of'Floridabut

M EAGLE & ANCHOR ALLEN II. BUSH, and firmness wilt beapnr motto, we denotes upon its editors,, ia to tender their la the State, of Louisiana, it Mr there dl 1

All,. ff1t' "( shall be slow to brand with political heresy,' most cordial acknowledgement to theirold fore ordered that the said Alien appear, A

j_ HO EL. August' 12th 1836.,-24.-131.R i those polItician. who may honestly. differ $friend for the continuance of their support? on or before the brat Monday of November
in opinion from ....- and to proffer to the numerous subscriber. next and answer. t the bill of complaint ,

Snb.! !respectfully Informs 1OO Reward. I It I I.our design fairly to report the passing whose name have been added to ,their fiat filed herein, or ,the K-me will be taken for

t TilE'friends,' and the public In general ESCAPED from the au.tedyofibe Mar Political news of the day, the political -. during th ','tat year, their thank for thi s confessed as against trot sad the matters &' ,

that he has opened the above establishment, the night of the 29th day of views that we may have occasion to advocate mark of their confidence and approbationTo things therein(rcntah d decreed according l
which bar been .enlarged and thorougly March tact William llambleton who was will be done dispassionately so far the former they can only reiterate the Iy. And it u further ordered that a copy of ;

J repaired aDd'eapplied with new bedding convicted of negro stealing and fined by the as w.,are concerned, and we hope our assurance so often conveyed, thou the the foregoing' order l and fu'Iture of every description.- The Jury the sum of seven Hundred Dollars, A freinde who may favour us with,communications Mirror has now succeeded in preservini Pe,.. ola Gazette once a week for four I

'\ 'welLknown situation of this bone, It* Im- cosreofproeocntlon.Thesaid William Ham- will observe the Nine rule, other: their good will through the arduous' perint months successively.y !

I *;;jn dlte proximity, to, the Bay: render it: bleton is about twenty four years of age, about wise their publication will not take placer of its infancy and its youth, coin matt nit Auat &O '
I. *. ua1' comfort, to, any in tie southern five feet seven and a half inches nigh, i in the observance of this course, we shall It will endeavor still to deserve the applause F, DALTZELL, Ok. :
climate. I fair complexion and light hair little'incli- act with strict impartiality.It which its earlier effortal'eCefed.The July filth I 1835'-18-4in' .

Experienced Atbonest serf ant*have been ned to itop when standin g and.is very round will be the aim of the publishers to the latter they would observe, that no expense District of Ucbl JL'iorftln, .

procured and as the proprietor will devote shouldered blue eyes and has a bold look- render their patrons, all the satisfaction sjs>ll.be spared and, no exertions re- Superior-Court EtccmbiaCovnty 1

d.. *ibe whole of bis-tine,and attention to the The said llambleton escaped without! having they are capable of, bearing in mind how faxed i render It at least as attractive and May term, 1835. .
i [jBt J4Jhujeni: flatter himself that thOtewh.mar paid his Ave The above reward therefore ever the old adage, hey that would attempt popular a any of its contemporaries. The Wm. II, Chase, Ccraplu Cora Ann Slo- ,

call on him, will have nocause o( win be given for the delivery of the sak to please evrybody will please nobo- experience of past years willgive confidenclto comb, Ida Ann Slocorab Cuthbcrt Harrison
._, complaint Willian llambleton In the town of Martian dy.'t.. those who have watched our careers and Caroline,
fcjojcornb, Augusta Slo-
R. ARMSTRONG. na Jackson County district of West Floridato Although is our'design, to pursue while the volume that will'lOOn close comb heirs at law Samuel B.Slocomb.
James W. Exufn orTHOMAS course itiuramelled, by the shades of eni will be an earnest of that which ia to come, deceased Deft IN CHANCERY-
Western District of Florida. ,
'. M. WHITE. political! party-in making this avowal, to our more recent friends, so that the reputation the
: day came Complainant by his
Superior Court for Deputy Marshal District W. K we would not be understood as being indifferent already secured to our publicationmay counsel and it to the
appearing satisfaction
Martin IlardlnTS Jackson tabu April Ilth 1835.-6.-St. to the importance, of correct print be maintained and enhanced.To oC the Court, by amdnlt filed that-

,_ FLORIDA RAIL ROAD COM both we beg leave to declare, that. the defendants !In this cause reside beyond
( PANY wish however to have 1 t in the ORNAMENTAL the thl. Court
jame W. Emm and BenjamiaClements, distinctly native tal jurisdiction 0( and in the
? of the Muwoa the best
Notice 1s that known that will neither lead the state of Louisiana Therefore
K.IN CIIANCERY. hereby given, a riveting they van, ; it is ordered
} II N motion and it appearing to the satis- of the Stockholder of the East Florida or follow in the train 'of designing polio ant boa been engaged commissions| that from many painter for the by the Court that the Mid Defendants de

j" ; r VO. faction of the Court, that Benjamin Railroad Company, will be holdcn at the cal intriguers, who are "men of principleIn execution have received of of national us history appear here on.or before the first day of

r (Clements, one of the defendants aforesaid office of EWIS, Nol Commercial proportion to their. InteresL"I subject and that of the text term and answer the Bill of thccniplumant .
wharf in the C of Boston on the Severaleolunrnsof the Gazette will be and national scenery engravers the will
;reaWaln'tbe State of Tennesea, ty I appropriated been secured to render or same be taken for
the first merit
: It therefore ordered that unless be do appear 15th of October next 1835,' for the purpose to Essays of, Moral and Miscel confessed and the mattes sod things there-
bare on or before' the third Monday of organizing sa 1 Company,by choo- i laneou fehancle.t under the head of Readings these. work However fittlogiqustratioaaofournnhers. beautiful have been n Is further..- that a copy of this order

'March!next,'and answer the complainants brig Directors, andt tnsacting: such other Saturday uenln,. 'orkaof may which have be published in the Pensacola Gazette oncea
,biU>> the same will be taken confessed a'fainst business may come before said meet The publishers are fully aware of the difficulties preceding and art however loud ornamented week for four months successively.ACopy : .
to,' I of their undertaking but they our pages, .
bin and the matter thereof decreed I
"accordingly and It i U further, ordered that .SAM1L a'' LEWIS, place great reliance on the public liberality. has and frequen their tha sbcenthe applause: have which 00 Attest, GEO. F. BALTZELL. C7*.

;'a copy,'ofxthi. order be published In jhr JOliN IIENSAW, 1 and.believe that diligent attention to greeted satisfaction publication in enabled we to state May lath, 1835.-=:10.-4m,
business slight
s. DAVID HENSIIAW Commissioner and zealous effort the
iIt; Pansacola Gazette for three month successively. a to serve Western District of Florida.
that those in thing
preparation '
J. D. DANFORTII I public will secure themselves a liberal ntrpanany
,", .; 1VlIlTl. .ftht kind eter knovn in the Unite Washington Superior'Court
: STEPHEN J share of .
patronage.The .
r. J. A. CAMERON. ,
f* Slate*. No literary periodical publishedu d March Term 1835.
Oth 1835. 20. of Tallahassee located in
v Sept City being
D. \\\F, .
:,Judge ; ( this country has ever attained such an Dill for Partition and Injunction.
: Oct 8d, 1835.=30- m. absence, Mr. C. C. the centre of Florida and surrounded by.
'r. g DURING my Key natural in extended circulation as the Mirror, which Philip McRaccomplainant, vs.ThomasM. -.1
.. $20.Ileward. duly authorized agent. Alpersons many around advantages its possesses a is of course the best proof of its ..congenial!. \\ kite Adruiristatorof William J. Wot-
indebted to me arc requested tomake given space centre larger population -.. and son and theheirs 6f Hannah .
WAY from the Sub- than that of other portion o ty to the national taste, an unequivocal Shaclleford.e .
immediate payment.R. any its and the It I is ordered (the Court hat( notice
approval of system by be
living near Burnt M. FORBES.: the Territory within the same limits, has
of its management given to' David J. Sitacklcfoid Richard
JRAN.A Ala but one weekly .
Aug. IBth, 1835.-23. newspaper.In
of the Oth 1ut.Y .. a addUon to this there are many valuable In the course of the volume FOU1 bhotklefordEdward' Shacklcfoid, Leluud
by the name of NOTICE. tracts of Land, which we doubt not SPLENDID QUARTO STEEL EMBELLISHMENTS Trip and Sam peon Samuels, heirs of Hannah -

4 'CAS WELL,, about 10 or 20 year of age, the next April term of County Court will soon be brought in cultivation should designed, painted and engraved bhackleford, that unless IlIl1a\\Crnte

rather middle size and somewhat yellowish AT ; (' County, I will present my the present prices of the great staple of the by the belt and matt eminent urtittt the conplainants Bill filed December herein on orbefore'the -

eomplextloo. Had on whe'jie left home vouchers and accounts, and apply for a final country be maintained-which must considerably in the country, w ill be published together first day of our Term,
the will be taken
ft spotted gingham round coat, a spottedvest settlement ofthe fetate of GREGORIOCARO angment the population of the with numerous WOOD ENOlfA.VING8 came pro contest

and paJr of blue.. casinett pantaloon deceased, and Bilk to be finally Sir country. illustrative otcurioviand inter' A Copy..
:, fend A straw liabut will probably.cban charged. From the considerations'stated above filing scenes incident and, ant iQuitiee I 'Attett, J. WITHERS, 'Ok."

.. ;hId cloths The said boy can write a tole- MARIA M. CARO.Adminittratrix we have, therefore no hesitation, In believing with about FIFTY PIECES of French, June 13th 1835144m. ..c
rabte school-boy baud but spells and dic- Spanish German. Italian and British MU DUtrlct
: that we may with confidence rely for of West 1; loridn.
: Rater badly. I have no doubt that he will June 27, 1835.-ia-tf. the complete success of our undertaking, SICK, arranged for the Piano firte, Harp, Superior Con,I Fueambia

:'.tI, ,.e bimiwlf,. pass and probably a free of AdmiiiMtration, Having on the support of a generous public. Guitar, "c. CD"nttray Tew 1835.
fto eT and'chanjrr t t*name I also appreheosaid d LI7TTLRS by the undersigned on CONDITIONS The same t&te which has presided ove r Wm..Mitchell by his next friend Jere C.

,'a- boy.will attempt to get on board some the estate" of FRANCISCO: EJ1DO,,dcscn- The "Tallahassee General Advertiser"will our MUSKftAL SELECTIONS.will superintend ADcn Complt vs. Eliza Mitchell wlaowe
boat OTvTMMl bound to some other port as eel ail persons.are hereby no ncd.that be printed* pn a super royal: sheet, at those hereafter, to appear, and and Abraham Milted A4 kc c*<&a..,dac'w

soon u possible. ,I therefore wish to give four weeks; after date I will apply flf the Four dollars prj annum. payable in advanceor principles which guide in this department -.l'tIitchcUdeceased. Defies IN CHANCEUy. -
a notice|o all masters of boats and other vessels hon. the Judge of the. County Court E*> on delivery of the first no. four dollars will be, as they have hitherto been, novel, .
if isJBcii.application be made to-'arras cambia County for leave to sell so much fifty cents after the expiration of six months ly and excellence, the beauty of the poet' rillllS day came the complainant by his

aid boy and 'confine him in Jail so that4a.get 1 I of the real estate of BAld Ejido as will be or five dollars at the close of the year. ry, and the melody of the accompanl JL counsel and it appearing to the satis
him. N. B. Should hebe confined in a* meat.t faction of the Court that the
sufficient to pay the debts ofaid, estate No susbcriptioii will be received fora less defendant Eliza :
ny Jail wish the Shetifot3aUor. to write BARNARDO PARGAS.Aihnr term than one and the paper will no The character of our FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE Mitchell ia not an inhabitant of the Territory
me Immediately &0. Burnt Corn and let me be discontinued without orders,-and all ar is too well known to be of Florida but resides in the State of

fjcnowofhiscoaaaementaslmaynererseefrA Aug. 15th, 1835.-23.. 4t.Notice. vestiges are paid up. desCDul upon here; it I is sufficient to Mississippi. Therefore it is considered: by
.\ wben published in the papers. The first number will be issued during state; thut the choicest writers have promised the Conrt that the said Defendant appear

.JOEL. LEE. the ensuing summer, or early in the fall. their co-o er.tlon in the borne depart here on or before the first day of out next
An,..Iftth. 1835. TUG undersigned' hn..iDgobtamefl Let Communications addressed to the publisher merit; ,and that notwithstandingthe, enonious November Term and answer the complainants -
of fcuniiuUtmlion
a, !C. ., l\laastonllouae.,- of deceased on the estate must be post paid. expense,we have incurred, we aha]I bill' of complaint filed hereinor
1r iAd Pentacoto Wright, said hereby notifies JOHN BALDWIN & Ca continue to appropriate all available talent, the same trill Ic taken for be confessed
Stage Office "BWdfA.)
; all whom
to estate is i indebted
persons &Jue matters and cotitxlnerl
\+ riHIS Establishment u now In a toad to present their accounts and claims Tallahassee AprU 8th, 1835. and if possible Increase the claims of the things therein
[VJL tlon to accommodate Travellers sa a- attested for settlement and Mirror to public support.On decreed accordingly*. 'And. it Is furtherordered
all f indebted
persons Back IWuntes
of the .UttTHE these commend forthcoming :that a copy of this order be
\ >reably, M heretofore. Tee Stage ..Office to said estate will be expected to grounds'e our pub-
\ I. fravelters from Mobile to Pensacola and makelmmediala .I ..nlfll.'I. volume to the notice arid. approba lished 'iu the Pcnsocola Gazette oaten week
I \ *Wrd ta BOW kept at talc Iloose. The ,' }payment.BENJN.. D. WRIGHT. propietor of Lilteir Muaeeum of lion of our countrymen.Cw for" four mouths successively..
Literature Sciencd Art Mu .._The Mirror is. published A Copy.' .
wfll be extensive as the Admr.Ang. an < > every -
Jsofort Travellers may reonire.: / 20,183325et. 'ha.de termmed to dispose of the remaining Saturday at the corner Ntfbaan and : Jltte,:6E0. F. BALT7ELL. Clk.
5l:: *.,W. t SIMMONS. seta of ihe back Volumes at a very reduced Ann-streets. It is elegantly printed ia the May 10th, 1835.-ia. 4n. 4

"JaD _'r 1885..utt; given TJUE. 'price,ON' half only of the original subscrip super-royal quarto form on liter paper 4. Superior Court at Pentacola.

.. DEIO IS hereby that the Books for receiving tjon. He thus offers to Library Companies with brevier, minion, and.nonparetl type George Knight Complainant ,.. The Heirs
: ,' subscription to the capital stock 01 Beading Room, and to gentlemen It Is embellished, once every three months at Law of Jose Antonio Miralla deceased
Bn abe .Jail of Monroe
'" roai the Sou them life Insurance and Trudran forming collection of books an opportunity with a splendid super royal flIUlrle engra- defenders. IN CHANCERY. .
.s Blyrttemb8rn District of Florida, pany will be opened at the office Thomas purchasing twenty large&extreme ring, and every week'with a popular pieceof defendants in the above entitled
.. .. THE
.t | aa of JAMES a. SIM- Douglas Esq.' In the city of S(." Augustine, ly valuable miscellaneous volumes ate price miu&v arranged farthe, pianofoilebaH uae will take notice that between the
!eM o was commiued to m y ;eu*' oa the second day of November next at 10 far below their cost or value t an opportu- guitar, & For each volume a beautifuly hours of six o'clock In the morning, and

tedietmeata,found by" the A. )(. and will be left open from time .to nity which must necessarily be of MOlt duratIon engraved rignelttWI. jWpalnted1 six o'clock in the afternoon; on.the; 5th,6th
"er'WJ 01 said CoBBty' on the seven time by adjournment,until the whole of the & which cannot occur .,aID. The by Weir and engraved by Dut'ald,) and a and 7th days of October next, at the Count,
,, itt tourder, Piracy,' and larceny, following terms will not be deviated from Index furnished.
sock shall be subscribed not exceeding thirty copious are The terms lug House of MessrsMariatigin, Knight &
1 meaoe of false keys d.'.... orders-are received within' the present are nova'DOLLAU per, annum, payable, in Co. la the city of Havana, iu the Island of
cg..ecape61 IbL He is a na- LOT. CLARK year, 1835. beyond which period the proprietor ail cam*, in advances, It is for warded by Cuba, I shall proceed to take the 'deposi

y and.bjxMaa for ssveeslyear.(Coon.ia) a eomm.ad mariner R. RA Y&fOND'REJp, will not be bound by the present the earliest mails. to subscribers residing,; lions of Jose Fianciscq Serrano,'Jose Mi
otice. out of the of New-York.
THOMAS pOUGLAB.Commitnonert. city Communications guel Fernandez and James C. Burnham
and to
vessels and
of tradUf wrecking at
one 1..Sets of pott-yaidf must be addrcsed to be read in videncc-at
.eownaaded the scar..Lydia of Pbiladelpkia twenty complete volumes will] the trial of said causo
be supplied in number for thecsEditors. No subscriptions receicd fora when and where
_; Hels about thirty of 90,00 cash. they may attend and cross
years age Notice. 2.. Sets of less period than one examine the said
lye /eat five or six Inches high, has a downcast twenty complete volumes :year. witneraea if they think
Indebted to the Estate of eatly half bound in blue red *
look dark ALLperans or morocco proper. *
laiily ;
.Uoweomplexiod Notice.mIiE -
deceased are requested 0,00 cash. GEORGE K JGIIT:'bY hisTerritory
from, close confinement ,
..but for
; severs to make immediate undersigned Heir at Law Or Pedro -
payment and those hat The purchaser who orders bound sets 8olr.'T. M.: DLQiJNT.
had' .
months somewhat
some pale,I !Ipg claim against said estate are requested may have his or her name printed iu gold JL Palxo, deceased, claims title to 'May 12.-21. '
bar a remarkable scar on his head &
corn to present their accounts nronerlv. attested on the back' without additional BOOarpana of Land Lying and being in
e4n about his Jaoa. He Is well known la for settlement : -------- charte.' any the District West Florida UtiBted an the of'Florifin.Sypertor .
New York where bU wife' ., connexions re- BENJAMIN COBB, The Museum content consists of-the Western side of the Lake of Cam' Dliaca Court for

4 aide. Administrator best selection from the entire of commonly called Bayou Chlco bounded .' 'Jvnklin County.
I win give the abo,.reward if be Is secured IS rang on said Bayou and EeterMitehel Executor of Robert
July, 1833-10.-ei: Dritish periodical literature| Review. Es fronting the bay.oPen- MitchelikcM
.. la say Jail us the United States,or the for Sal Tales Poetry Ac, and it may em.phatkpllybeausrted saeola distant therefrom.: about one 'and trustee of the late firm of
reward with all reasonable e.
same expenses mile and Caraachan&Mitcfae
a third The
said tract |
Compltn. Fran-
that a- agt
,a ildeUnre4.to.' ... at Key Waal EASTW .A Light Terms Barouche months for credit.one or two horse, published retains Its Interest no periodical, or that ever bove described has bees granted to the .elecO Dalcour' }:xewt.r of John Forbes
t' THOMAS said Pedro FaW dec'd Camilla
the Joanna
the back volumes ar the same relative Spanish Government Dakoorr Catalina
j; H 8. MiasaiUWest.
10th 1831.2.eCHASE. value as the Museum. on the 2Pth of January 1810. The un Sophia Daises John Tbeoelora DaKeour
,45. Inly35 1835.: Sept ,
: Trey j34-tq "" The back seta of twenty volume remain dersigned therefore'claima possession and Angvstio Joseph Dalcour, and

: : JExecutor,Sale.! Dank of Pen aeola. ing on band are not numerous,, and are forbid all persona from trespassing on said Theresa Laura Dalcourchildren & heirs
: c is hereby given that Mr.Wisos raJ1dL' of said Francisco
l orf tha NOTICE rapidly going off. Address 'and Sophia bbwife
MoodayoiiOctoheraezt U appoioted Cashkr. pro .APAM. WALDIE, 1835-r-IILL PALAO. late Sophia Forbes daughter of John
}e4 sale aU the I will extwblle tern. 611he Bank Pvnsacola and la fully' '. Philadelphia. July, 25th .Forbes. dec'd.,and.Edreund itmMtrV and
residue of tbeaflonginf :authorized to transact all the duties of that Juana his wife late
Juanna Forbea the
U:1M: to the Kstata of Wm. II. 11. .fl. 1IAR1HSOJ\ '
office. during the summer la my absaiice. Prospeetus D. said Joanna Dvpntr*, and said Sophia
M4. oonaiMlagof ons fsl- SURGEON
1 t -Compton negro JAMES CATUN, Old new TO/MM oftkt New York Mirros, DENTIST Daloaor being the only children and biers
10 old.
>w about 18 or year* one negro ridUlor17 ,hit services to the chixen of
with CWAwr..Warm mils Work Is. devoted to articles from TENDERS John Forbes dec'd.Deft
bold fur-
and ,
.J ielnlt '
", altars Ae, in order to make a division'and duCola Baths, JL the pens,of well known and distinguishedwriters I. a graduate ofthe'+'Old School",.of Dr. II appearing to the p.ti.faetlon of the
deal aatUammt of said eatate. AT' tb* Barber'aShop next door totbe *,upon every subject that adelphia-ha also received Phil- Court thai the defendants reside in the
., S BIpllD J. COMPTON. Bank ofPe f can prove Interesting.to'the "e.ertJread, instruction In the science regular and course Island of Cuba one lIt the West Indies, It
practice a-
01 therefore
Including Original Poetry-Tale and Essays ordered that unless
Executor Dental they appearwere
t. 6th 1835-2. WANTED) to purchase a good MUm ,humorous and patbetkk-Critical notices Surgery, and has devoted several or.before the (fourthMondsy February -
.4 13epc irt at this office rears, entirely the hLi
-Early and choice selections from services MX and answer the complainants bill
D I835J-38. ion as a dance If bTs
Sept IQih, -tf. the best when tendered -- that the
-A. BLANK Ccftrtlwr andsUyemanifest new publications, both Americanand :4o not same wUl be taken for confessed&
iff *. Bill* -of 'ladlnreed PROSp'EOJl8: English-ScientUic and Literary Intel .aeration; will prove be satisfactory,' no remu- the matter*Ibewof decud accordingly A

; Jltortfafw, BUI* orgaiei o.ins ligence-Gopioua notices of Foreign Countries has no objection to accepted by ...II* It Ia further ordered thiu:Copy of this or-
: alW41... exhibiting his Diploma. derb\.priALe4lo
.Gajtettt and General Ad- by Correspondent engaged cxprrssy : aoiuane MMiper printed
JasUe nianlam of "T ra<- .' '.atirer. end exclusively for.thia Journal-Wriet- des at CoWl lIote.when tegmsted' .' ,. In the\pAstrietonce tmontb for .ir'monthsJ.A. ty
rtoiiaf other kids BianlUi HAdersigaeil to publish nponlhevarM'UmMlue TUB propose urea in the .. CAUMUON,
'for. $410 .t> ili office City .( TaUabassee, Florida, a Ina Art* that are prevented fur fLfe. nuti d wlU-, ., visited, 01.1, "' t1) f I. Iad gsD.ehltt.1
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