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: November 21, 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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-ro- he them ready BCCCM than law, / >f nations, Is a violation of tin- the aamc point, at if lie thought I was tIn-
', from the Low/art .Ilh eueenm. ascending the fiver on his return, was by giving a more rct-crvcd 1

1'ROGRESS OF ARCTIC DISCO VER'CA1'TIN \ oblige! to abandon his boat, and proceedon they now enjoy to their northern stations. acts of Congress, and If sanctioned t.S willing tnrxpUia, or expittll11
: thai ofwhich.1 confess I utterly
BACK. foot over the young ire; but But f'tlth tuurse of the Tlikw ft hiltCOplf'J Mexico declare n*. It ,rnnt, or h'-trou'ddashup! ill a
and to war against
' perplexed tut I
well long rxiredingly
Two weeks ago we had the salisfaciioit being luplicd1lh\ 1 I becontlbthe ,, therefore of the 1'rrvt- rllll dun, 1're"k Into some
f our readers that tellers had Dotwtl'et materially under this additional brassed Cant. Dick ; and until reaching duty 1 Igno"j"j
t acquainting
> stud declare I to be
been received intimating the return of thi: fatigue. They arrived at Fort Reliance on Mount Meadow bank-a high and some ha dent<< to Interfere in this matter, and put a \prrssion, ought
mat of not to be acquainted
that aro'gOlna on m-elf
chain to the
of proceedings
gallant officer to his winter quarter 011 the 27th September, after en absence .olthree ( remarkable nfbimtam, the first a stop

'; Ureat Slave Lake. We have now the stil months and a half on their arduatiservice which finally: turns its course lo the N. E j in differcmtitles, and tlPl'f'laU! In Nrw- statistics In these., whith smU'en!even and anfgoresseen lC1W exerts" +I ICs .

'. he constant! in fear that would terminate Orleans, having for iheirobjctKho raisinga
satisfaction of announcing his arrl ; and may be expected in England, was )
greater of he wkh difficulty pacified
and of giving ,cii at the latest by the Hudson Bay tkmipa's also in Hudson's )Bay, lostcaJ of body of troop to enter, with lio-nle in passion WM
his ,
rat l In own country, of neighboring Putter -n la"k \impair "Mdt I dared never to
leader the Polar Sra. 1 his prolonged Mite If tentionsthe territory a
November. Their
culation to the following brief outline of hi. > ship in gallant f'nturt'-I could look on and listen In
has been enabled to precede them b) doubt and cmbwrajsimnt, by giving im- at peace w Ith us.The .
proceedings! thai 1\ but if his rlffrrtiit end amiable Pi mcfM -
the President hiss declared OH MI n'e (
June 1834 he left Fort trough Canada. portunce to the smallest changes at-
17lh of returning '
On the ,
the head of the nation would ask nothlnir I VMS j riscnt! ura \\"" tinfiequcntly
\\ithn2ird to the results of his jour- hued of the country traversed, will probably; ,
with his and wag employed !
Reliance party, ; I In ful it mlrrntHs and l cujdutniKiiUtalniid -
and ul mil ti e rt '
i of others but that teas right i> I ray
during the remainder of that month, ney, it is difficult, as yet to speak positive.ly .e found to add aloe tl) givinginioutitic* ,Let him 6111\\ It the storm t shepettcdhtunlike

i his boat and'stores on rollers with only a meagre outline of his pro to hill geogrnplnial cripilous. to 'Mllhh'glbot Nn>" w rong nowrarry I'
in I and with
transporting ; will also be rrndn.dhies! out this prinriuli-let 1'111u"t in re | \ \ \ arow < ,
contained Ir his letters These Jcsrnptio"ii
embarkation belore us as .
destined of on rcedings .
to his point half nmucred
OtutooJHint growl
lie would ioiiliins
to other nullous as iibiiHttora
,, tatd
shies : ;
such still tiuincroos
arduous und without the detail which, in more distinctly
the Thlew eechodezeth-a cry ends | l.t""J bnmor returned. Tbls chmnilnRnnJ
nhonldud tern us.The
J. serv-ice, the distance being abuse 3(10 mile, subject, i I" iadisenaablo toward the forsmotion and drawings whicli our gallant, MeltH'Ua tlle they follow I hip icnmrkb ol( the, Editor oftheNvw aet'ostniis11ed creature xvss his wife
wnli him,
the hall home "
and Jill people being in far from a v igoroutondition + of n in ilun-d '11IInion-\'et. on brought and \oik& Courier and Eiujuner on I by' one of inuM- leit-hsndtJ marriages to
anddifhcultirsftppeir have hut! opportuint of intpecling, ,
of the die fade of his iiair.Uive, great dangers mi {
in consequence spire and well understood the
w to hate been boldly und of huh we hardly !know how to njfiik. this subject -are cxticunlj just allllllpl'ru- omniKii
to>> which they had beeru"jected during thrusts; I'tlnuv, und it was always) a matter -
surmounted while these have let] 'J'luy \\ouh.. uliDost foiin 811 exUbiiRm IA {priateM
The talk hotever ably
J the previous want r was, I ; Miami c.r ktnpiiM lo t1ely what strange freakof
; armoslUK themselves and J arc much the ino< 'himatro-ts considerable extent ( jay
,i successfully\ accomplished and on a : kind that wt have and corrplain loudly and ntttr etlt'a of in tUwtiiiy n leing ,o in\lid*and gentle
the 7lh of July the party, co isistiugof Cap- ) miles) of entirely new ground; of ptoductioiitoft.ir tender and
| graceful so
,. Resides book full of pencil >>\kii dMiittnon if a tot ci nutioit s<"ndk IK r rmisaiU nnnuors, NO ,
his and onIf which we lead no previous know ledge unless ever Mtn It lib "
I* tain Back, Mr. Kins, surgeon to ti ta:: mirdy and l pencf. iiinitil Llr in 1a.lllhe acts and movements of -
l'hesthere time twenty < olored a argue I
I ly assistant, and eight men, all Europe through Indlau report In now arc two or ands i .II'ly lo convince us of the evils of C'r her r wld! l hate Lean linked to such

bade adieu to their companions and prom, in the main, correct. But, drawings of nl!nost pvifcilbvauM the ivortMi' and ,lint act nil still
t lUIS, iiiv'Muiin: au.l il<-mousse Kovtinniiitt, und tint we ut I n r i stranger ,
\ of i\:
this the results of Ins labours are nnmbcr of p"rlu.I"
proceeded down tbl! river in the dircclmi' I' beyond Our Indians meiitioiHsl in the narrative o.I IIhee true time allow!\ our own nu/cns lo levy | hl,keen him; mid ibrnce"prrna"s, the
ascertained the previous season Th' all'eXll'llI.it'ly negative. pre'lolisI i secret of her influence.! 1 hue seen him
election will mica for UK 111111\"llil yiuf furiigit i>owe
liberal 01
yi stream was at first deep, and interrupts I conception* of the configuration of thc. we Inept that a it. The subje.u arc contacted with ourselves in bond of allli.! tacit 1'11h( with her long .ringlets or

t' by rapids a* it cut its way Iransverscl; northeastern extremity John of America Ross's, especially -. also bo I'ubhbhed'llh und sum) us faultlessvuastoiuiMibilions tv ? Wilill it be MHd bereHfur, wlun bj (.,,,dllntl inliucual taw the prettiest Midvvhiiot .
founded Sir mostly new,
mountainous running eosa its on representations hand tic world or kinlrg Ills
C' through a range the and vnde'ihand aid of Auierican tn ,
time secret
'il west; but beyond this it proceeded to arc notch modified by them; St ; with and, ut Chic name. a citizens! violation of iiiUJiiatioiial law, humid lo her at a window with an air that

t with little''Interruptioll, individually, we now believe that this strong look of truth verily.cninn tendeino. blue
the northward to
: Indeffnrc of iclels TexoKi-lull bfdi actually snnoiuled ,
106 Boothia Wilt merely an island, none of his \\ it help, indeed"congratUntln acting ,
latitude 65 40 N. longitude the crMjnwlo .
till in the orvmii ,muted fmin its parent suite, and shall iri'it-d, was 0&11) [ pt Mts*
: (
frriconcileablc with the the utonce on
23, W., it took a turn to the east, thereby; statement being public, warmly, the sclfCtiui hUH been mehcd, on the nfpluatioii of ed any real tnlanec: MI Ms mind, sud:
this on ,
-the difference zillion of expedition
to this time entei hypothesis, eceeptingonly wild beastIn
; destroying the hopes up into the Union hlll it Ii' tier ctntlrwayseoiildnooihe\ the
its ,
of which he that he found of such H traveller u CapU Hack tocoodu.t conqtitrers,
1. rained of its entering the sea near Dtherst' : level alleges have indeedexhillud hiHiingricitl moods she wotiM follow ..
; broad between the seas either sides of its penin- it, and on its Usuc. It was a noble thing said then thtt-we .:
It 'now became aCuut the sbe, >*
bu '
\ Inlet. very it In 1832 witpulitleal the grilflpmg mid ambitious policy, w hkh 1 1tliii him as nt-iiniirU' Toqrn i
for the torn as was .
and broken it were into a succession +onmill : country, abe. wbciOlfd. she caressed
as atlil expohttilaird
usja.We j
that the disstntion still to think of \its ah enemies of popular govcinmcnts .
: lakes, terminating in one so larg cannot help bolnr however, butt to tbe "lIi\l. of republicanism. I 1.1 she would try with a tear {n her cje to ; .J:
eubstriplion .
alit aiidcrers and raise so large
that It showed a clear horizon on seven real fact may speedily, may certuiol; sent .ucr.dt'd its highest and most fluiigious point oft leI I make him laugh ; end it would teem that .Jf
believe that the amount
be ascertained. Besides w ha (wo
ti points of the compass; and here iheexpedi now That have employed secret ugcnl t to al must hi spite of himself the smile she
ice the Captain nark details, when obtained, Olay] 6UOOI,) to go search of them It11' i a we
embarrassed bo ,
much by anxiously crime nl her bidding
soon was clmm- sought
what for wi 0 ,
vtilun us very
Back to .
nobru 111"0 in conquer
nothmi Captain
miles it only cmb'cito do towards settling the qusstlon, { thug her Hull --
fur above twenty was hastening ; dare not openly ,and fur out he would look& Into hn cy u, kiss
did conduit the search conquer
certain from the result of botl leer as he to ,
advance by severe exertion On rerovering seems more hand, and lout himself\ again and wilTioutanother

the clear water, however, the SI"lIntit these last expeditions, (Ross's and Back's) I' hump from Italy for the purpose amso selves 7"Surh iniiHt he the accHt&llons to whul : alhulou to the "uuc of the explo

speedily again contracted, still tending than the ground respectively examined] uhsolultl! disinterested that besides! liable if we tlu moil. :

l. easterly, and even S. E., and much broken them spay easily be gone over ag nn. Fret :, ting without pay, be even defrayed! outfit linnscl And we not*at hll once render openly ourselves and ch.'t'idtJl: ),' cluck& ti.inaurbordinate IIecime
by rapids & cascade*-until at length, Chesterfield or Wager Inlets, the dislanci the expvnscof hit pert-ona und be played with ber as a'
to the Thlewee-ch is now shown to be< i the is>uc IK, to the last degree! cifriil.iblt tall < daring tllMil.TQ |
t\\ fn latitude 63 M N., longitude 1W 10 the achy we' should nifujrin \: child with a dull\ ; but sue was n playthingwith
head of \Vacfr.Bay short while thai from Repulse Bay to the concerned, and imporunl many re abons que.lioii
from/ the ; He
(not fir, therefore, 'I' this aft"or and involve ourselves in a wa obit h ho never qunrrrlled seemed -
) it burst with great fury bctweei sea, into which'It falls, it probably stil some of hick were Ilicrrfoit in onpublicauon. with Mexico,, the Editor rc[.lies.O''batMiiuay proud, ton,. of.her mental acqvncmeiiu,

:' lour granite mountains, and flowed thee shorter. An expedition, wintering at any i \\cure delighted, si time rrsenl rnonxn unit he ilili.,bud in her tI ('orupfuI'mth".

: tolerably directly towards the uorth. Ii of these points, with the means: of con I tofiearllut already 1001. have b+ilolfordofMist ni senby enrich few land speculators: ( \ Jobber, ludot, 1 at one nuie attributed it a principal
Mr. u
wide-frum half i a strutting boats, in preparatifci for the fol a iiiuiiificcnt individual ( Often and united I
also here became very I hoc owns and I((1imlly : caua4t why I was ra
l brokers tt ,
mile to a mile-and was even more broken lowinlillCaju could easily, cheaply, and! <;iiT( Is1&- of 1Vight) to toe dialri. gtnni national existenci guest at tl.e Itclvidere, that It sflbtded tier

with rapids and whirlpools than before; Uuudjonnng certainly complete the bottom of Regeni'i I buted among! the crew of Capt..Bsr V liout'., endanger national our own rJitt"tf'/-bY' t''C.rI"'t anoppnitunity of peoklng English, andncconuplislitncmu

Inlet while two vessels either see I ond w e trust thAt this examplo will$ be followed Ay, our .
country being in like niajmeirujd I j one or that ad to the Cut \ ,lu which" site excelled!
land we
unJ hilly. The first Esquimau) down the Inlet or to the westward of Boo.Una : ,I But it is hut (Rcuniary roord the of : disunite and "e he (assessed con..ldtr ble fluency .ana
weaken we
the at as might be thought bet, c"ul<1! we w i,h to see CapU Cat khlmsetf ebtAinVoung unVe .
were! met not far from sea, fishing dissolve I Until '' / khoi.ldbec thsl Icud: | :usiblc; smack of foreign accent
considerable fall and IhmijjlIhvy h complete the observations uaout the Ma*' : lelivv, illlclhg.m&.per..e.rll1g, amwe 'pt rqlA .
the foot of a ; motto-we are alreadwell ;)' which ci uld\ not beotheiwUo than pleas

se*"n..l iua.ihs be(lulling. fiispoacd to netus Pole, begun by Captain bane. are penmaded ambitious as hei wi ten now our Cur wlfgovcui\ log un the hlll'vla+ pretty wonn,". Con-. "3,
eoeeue.ethis Earth should rUiukntn degrtulod *' anv 0- mh Uw large
became'afterward.. Ross probably "
be hostile, they vrrj too man cumiue rook.. pleasura.ta tie talking -
obliging and serviceable., On the 23th i of eat with Cape Turnagain also, in one I tber than professional rectinipcntp !'he-le' menVe already comprehend U veil )I I1.I"e in that iMngtiuge-be rubbed LI. buds
interests l Increase to tea
lomnmnd lie has wrll carne jarring .
need be attached he should
No value .
in lati two seasons.
reached the sea or
July the expedition woshail full tpieces und liMt'ned with tvjdtnt) gratification as
vessels backif them i and would not the f<:cling the Roiran Empire, 'L.
; to the bringing these I wo euvy
tude 70 7 N., long tude04 40. Admiflll110: impercepiiblj (ruin II mere want +CJf she prattled sway" in a tongue "I cb s. "\t
bbaiv of First
might be
terminated in a narrow they got hampered they any ldlltalltJ and 'OIIllnred .
The river first did not \lu< t repeatedly -
) t
moral cement lokitp together our onllO'!
mum embarrassed: by shoals and dpned, and the crews return in their bouts, would scruple lo mark his exlrwordinurj to his pleasure and cutlsfuclionf
estuary, express;
sandbanks; and the view to the nod aaCapt. Hon did, to a fixed rendezvous merit both morel and profcsbtoiiul by'n-\ru- ncnt atoms. His tl'nduntCur this mild and gentle f>o.

was II, some measure closed in by a lofij, in Lancaster Sound er Repulse Bay. Sure ordinary (Jvor. IJDo A fJtw.-A roof of stem in': won at (least redeeming point in life
and iu KmUutkf
word our
which has been so long One wore own
to the eastern main ly, an object pursued
hud tied belonging cbttractrr and his attachment was
of Jthu cut with w j'tllt! repaidon
has from that circumstance alone, \S'e trust that the narrative of this jOllrnf'YwllJ blue cloth the ,
Victoria headland
tains! (afterwards called another and It will bu ill bone buttons of ihe JchU size, tin' siuridiiij her part by ihe mont dovoted and en-
value warrant speedily
suflicient appear
.) The oppositesbores however, speed acquired very lire Cilrt'I: .I\t. t'ucugtbitlg i his tcalh broke
collar of hick nl\l'lIYI pulled up ou
neither ) and illustrated with 01 w was
this and know that moderate : ,
trial like we
distance from each olh ; compass whTck
increased their thc i he slight cord alluded her lo life
ily and concealed in U'ueuth ;
the uij
iible of the the drawings tu ears
westward back indirection are the old Arctick hands won many us po" .
J the falling, that she missed the beiQff
to whether
er an in .'
tr ; We know the hade served tit the lume tune, cone- -
much alluded. ,
would desire nothing so ItS which we IIIIAC
nearly N. W_ while that to the out, nor buttoned frcn who, however hsrth to'otbtrs, wes'al-
E-and to be sent on such. service.-At this very this list is expensive advice but, vvithiireditoiiablc qiicnceofiis being lightly
off N. E. ] 81<
eastward tended to hiiie the n'ck.cMh unwuistioal < wiyn, after IDS fashion, kind to bcr-% bcm
tht nolwithstanding. throat to lo
understood that hounds it should : wuistt
to the eastward c.r moment, fist, it Is been accustomed io csjole
was now she had to
Captain niititu T '. he in expedilioi of the e\i"l<'ricc of ncithhr o)(
Captain James Ross's Pillar, he considers Board of Admiralty contemplates >e follourp. nauuual which utile lo mukf a. ldaII.. 'I Illtipper louiJliio. guide, to modcmte-tlie linkw
observations ir than usually a in am
it to be his duty to proocred to the westward ling series of magnelical was more whkbVOl certainly i as Miv'ered-lier renlle heart broke under
the southern and honor, t If terpriso, and cery ..ubc'rihcr'ul III garment; ,
to it' hemisphere ; "
and so endeavour approach his Inn ihe hock. and ,site sank into the grave
? of nuinrc
"' 'olo he horse ,
scientific advantage, Home twirl a principal organ pit purl
But the drift ice was so clo.ely packed 01 not even possibly w Web<< Lad received her husband.-Monthly.:
full roiduroy
the shore in this direction, and was at the would be acquired by the simultaneous pursuit iislKin: -citiilleJ, therefore now te ar prided over n pair Mugaziue.!

* frequently and dangerously of a similar series in the opposite quar- early and full report of iu proceedings trdunns.'ho Itgs of the umc, \htJllgh !'
time ; -
t same Committee look to this it t ill eoimtruetcd bv the artist of ainpllUide I\lf.

Ml in motion by heavy N..We gales, tha ter. /foci.We were so full in ,oui far Let more-lho Arctic their business than Cnpt. DuC''I.t.'w ; fieieni lo reach the ajuie i if they had H('i i .AuuII.-'the' Genera aesembly l of w
UU O Captain
lie was unable to advance beyond bt'f'O the 'I rn itory of Arkansas met: in the town
when it bore N. W'byN particulars regarding the Arctick Land expedition -! things would l be more proper, or po- allowed to do vo, having appatrntly .
43 N. long, 9622 W., elevated fie 1I.t of drawing or uf Little Its (k, on the 6th tit. The Gvr.WM. ;
: cither sub tumid-lugin
be their hands a
last week tbat we .might excused polar, at ,
miles. Froir
., distant eighty three remained hitched ou.tlu! H. .'Ia'f.o": ,Eay. Icn&tbC'm a message>
of boots
but in Uluuirahng the work pair
from resuming the turnnct, awe scrlption to assist
this clear horizon was seen ir now of thus of ",
point a icy the wide of the some principal topics hilli. we
the N. N. W., in about which direction know It to be at present of considerabk fully though nelliiig it ch<*"ply or if any top of tne latter during the following ubulrscl.
effort hav JII'lIf.'nt'u
readers aJd funds tn their bands their /I5i>day of my obtttrvaiions, no !
there seemed no doubt that there was n a Inlere.\\tb many of our we surpki me 8(10 Indrwend to After rrcoioninidinff' harmony among
few circumstances as they have como Hour propriauwi to lint purpusc. hug been made to induce
passage to the open-sea, the tide coming in a ... the ordinary pculuon. On the .f'colldt) the inlul'ltai.u of the-Terrilcry: as a 'reinoic -

.from that quarter, and the vertebra of s knowledge.The did l quarter of tbe Union, we Governor
of Tblew-e ho-dezeih. ./Vom the Philadelphia Com. Herald. one descended and the other not, sn
descent -
whlae found driven on the coast to felicitate the Assembly
being opposite
Mm- proceeds orLegishiliv
which the Wbit would, be thought of ret ol in this way Tom Lavender sported his
to it, with several pieces of drtf'twood or Great Fish River, by party : any I saw hii+ f Council Upon the prcpcct of
and of proceed to the sea, seems to have been extraordinarily men whonhould organize lht'-manvei lute rod-looking person. .
r' little sodden with water, i a soon llirowlnjj' off(heir territorial .
whether Ilnl" nUndiiiR 01 very
difficult dud perilous. In"a a committee>e and proceed openly raise, and bands as ,
kind-the.wLite pine-known to be peculiar dee ruled ,end,nce, and becoming an .Independantand
miles above with And niniiiunn iion a.pod walking, they vv err always thrust +
of four hundred & fifty arras >
M'Kenzie River. Due north coarse
to the banks amen .Integra! n sew ber of our great Ctmfede
which seemed lobe ninety rapids were found lit it, many of! in the United Stales, w Uh'the avowed Iy to tile bottom uf the Urge flap pocked .
blue the tUiitaMioo )
objects In
,were two; iu which racy reffsHTw a new
Ms Jehn In manner
: of embarking for Ireland;'llOd] of coat.
which would have
Ihe-N. E. water & beendeemedlmpraettoebleinordinarycircumstances purpose
islands. In were
large In the cabin when Sutcs Into the Union a new doctrine is
the Irish to- rrtlrin a declaration he diposedof person ,
; Lu- quote aiding t1Il&
what is denominated a water sky
ice cud broached the CollgreNIlal"u
-I of England: ? Or., oaciive two or three chairs, basking by ,uvrrnortbair;
L beyond them. In the east the sea was Captain Back's own words, was placed ; independent against upon luvquireite jbtttnissJoo of
E. lo situation where it was impossible' to be lo give a stringer cote, what should we before the fire, w Ith his nose erect In the/ power ,
with small island bearing by '
clear, oae of the tbe; Constitution) of a new State them,1 for
prudent and task: was merely to be skilful were we Urvee n proposition of a comnifftee air, I thought I detected something >
distant my nay
s. from fifteen twenty miles ; a ) It is the United: 8utesfand
also wide and successful, for to the sea, at all has openly made in lay ti!, to assist,, alligator part of his origin j,>hlle in the impetuous heiropproval.
of this was a
to the right open mnoer.n which, striding fui ward not Cenlrel" who bate tnaraiilled\ all ;(1
it business to go". Accordingly with men mid srmsllretlack counIry -
land. was
before to Jhe easten my
coming each htste republican form ofgoveruwep%,
space he : a
their with limbs perambulatedthe
the adventures in descending theseapids t tobrraVtbrir bonds and assert oiiufrrtchcd> '
The packed ice seemed chiefly confined !. take exercise at. .. Tlieswrunty of tbe lubabilauts proper 1t.1o >
astonUbment and cabin the deck to ;
were many and exctaKg; and an Icredom A gain i w bat or
to the, easternshore beyondit their a&wvel" insisted } wet s
his cheeks and bio>>Ing upon.
: should"we not feel were we ernately inflattlne
account of them when Capt.'flack' narrative indignation
especially to the eastward, the passage he renewed agitation ot tbe question U i
could fail _
accumulated. air I not
bnh the
Csnadisn to ,
free. Had Captain shall be published will we have no to sm a proposal ink piper, -;
appeared quite Ilseowutenaneod. .
of doubt furnish some neWfeatures in a subject raie a body of troops for the purpose of siding delect the steamboat, kywhicb the pu $ c : sled '
CaptainRON" !
known therefore
Back not Jrrom the examples or' precedents spry'
out. the Cheiokee Indians in swertUifl< pity of the race had been recently crossed. .
return be would hue proceeded ; otherwise in some degree worn I by Cenuecikut and Rhode Island th '
from the vast heir I independence and the right of self If. was a man of no eonversation.but be ,
Another difficulty arose
in that ,direction ; and so, probably, lmsravgb .. Iris of w bleb States never changed bet olds<<
would have'et at real a question which be and tortuous lakes In which the river was government, and In resisting the en roach- made up for it, by an Unush Colonial Goveraioent UIlltl18atbe >

and which constitute a menW ef Georgia upon the Indian. Territory filling up tbe petwes in that of three
raised than decided viz.
has now rather << second bas not chsogrd. ber's at alt M"t
feature in this singular ,country, After 1 (Or, a ,, -wrist or lour trusty: young cronies, who seemedo '
Ross was not merely' on l.et
whether Captain (bark.tbe Sevoad Corrnor -
tough was granted by : ,
& eonsidentiori. ( "
on the mainland of crowing lleywood range (the first chain would nave been t, n Volunteers hold him in great respect,

.an island, and never Under his circum.taneeehowner beyond the source so named In cemphmwii arming and Nnbodying .In )Mexico I should not utgt\\o mention that : Fates argueslhat Arkansas jpiy
at all- the Union without
America Into jehsogejf
and with the extremely severe lo tne late Capt. P. lleywood, of the navy for tbe purpose claiming. to Mouth Carobs it e later period I was informed that the come her gsvernmcnt any b
jerrltorW oo-
of re-ascending so rapid in early friend and patron of our traveller) ta, to aid the people of that btate- io re- note or wearlnc the pantaloons hoisted ,
task beforehim lined suit thllLcbatl..rlWae from adsubslon
a"rler tbe Tblewee-eho to the river seems to follow tbe summit level ilsting tbe General iovenimeut, had the balf leg bl,1I a. deteribed above, wit pr*..I II to :
and -" inighi blgbty acceptable to
be would have been Can elevmtcd.but nearly level ri Ie(eand or imevlty I between them unhappily preoee- nedilaied, and Intended to give an air prove'
Ih T.r
his quarters he peopje lOrJ'
intervals into and led that extremity ?} By making the titlingLatrobi'i: Forth America
inexcusable bad be quitted the coast in bis (ranite) broken steps to t'Olwde.t one recommending a is course

'also damaged Ij lag like a huge sinew across the land.-- taee our own, reveitung situations with
solitary and, bylhl. time sltU.-IbA "It *o ld greatly Yeses tbeixpensrs
boat. Accordingly, he set out on his return i\> the north of this dips to the sea and to be Mexicans, we may easilT see .in wwtigbt I TUB esAwe vial CONSTAKTCIK usa HIS of schhtsof OY tll 1en&."

the south towards the extensive Barley of the conduct of tnoM 01 eur ritizcBSivbo \ kVirs.-Three. or fnyr times a week I rereied '
previously .
oa obtained the 15ib from of August bit friendly; having Esqui Ilbe waters of which Great Slave Lake, is would raise a force in ebb ,United eomDaods to attend huts tevee, and notnfrequeety l The mneo prsetke and thcrln.utrldeDey.'of of gamin.mierUedly laws eosw hrvstrslut t

and Hudson's Day another States to aid their rebellious citizens, most to breskbst mral wbMb! ,
of >ne
delineation after their manner, recipient of for -
taken granted.M a
it being *
mans ] about U In thedy
the Indian viewed the Mexicans. be commonly took si ,
hrtus Moog this valley according to >e by "
which brought odsd
the adjoining coast, i gaming societies are o,
thath. scowd take reconvn {
O la thee occasions be to coo-
the Thelewdetetb It to
another river requires no argunteet prove
toad far' as be report crest ,
which so
home wi h him, ounl'UUlnta04
of eupporf.
Jderahle 'in ell I could tU
flews towards tbe east much-norsea- raising arming, and equipping a body pleasure
corroborated by la
remarkably UrsaUrefflciencrin the
went, was to aid Und and lea mooes and st0ms-Its.
northern brother ollMD in this avowedly Bnf
Chas its ; country
the results ofois own survey. lie also ascended uly navigable tod Its jlorarrtifl and \o slaves f, advised' in order to promote
the1" .
late llaesoa1 Bay be the emigrants from '
h falls T.xllD" as
of the rat as certainly
the most favourably placed | the Mated stale '
of bseiubjcts ]riytn prrseulst
bate Baited Captain Back'sMirpose I tiled Statee call ibsmMlvce, in resisting, .-If on some ) range
tar extsnd histtrbere would t not with shim
bills so aa. I iMMiMxkm sutbjeeirovlskm
neiffbbourufc bevooM ,
the Government under I confessed my ignoraac,
to bare followed ft though, wba! be SDibontyof :
took .
of vision and thus every .step by Uw is surfeeied
I valdsblesaeeve irbich have voluntarily pakedtbenvelvrs eye me with a doubting and suptioos .
,ttf ruder raced to its mgatb 1tJP&f. prove a they oended sttinst ttr UM oJnfas'7

iOe7 Irtsfictory' la y to tbs 1114.tota. DIy company,: U directly contravention of the glancr, urge roe afsln aoct .rJD oc :

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.f 71ROM the suborribcr, near If'u lifll'ot'' Svper for ( was TilE undersigned bating obtained Let.
A benunary of Learning, and the allImpotUnt t J, Brooklyn. Alabaiuu, subject of Education are Hex" Ihc25ih Oct., a NEGRO FKL- Bill for Partition and IlIlm.clion.l'hillJl1h'UlWLtomlllAloanJJ Ilyrora Allen deceased: hereby glees liotil'e
spoken of. i fLOW.. about 40 ) ears of age lords* & Shorx.rt1IIE '\a.'l honjaitMhite to all persons Ii&\Inl' tluin. against: 1(<;1j
The exposed situation of the Territory aasaBSknLaa lIalUl hl'rlmul.' lie N about ul"criber wonld respectfully ,hi' \\ A4JJ1.l uh.tatoror'll11am J. Wat estate to piCMiit them prcpcilj I biitKtcd lor
" renders a 'Urge ujililla force highly udvisaWe. S feet ten inches high, with most of his fore JL form bin foiliter patrons and the l public eon and the lieifs of I lannah 81u.dJtiord. settle lilt ht, and all I :nClI..llICjl'Lleli to said !

To arm and equip.thirfurce, Govern teeth out, and speaks after the manner pucnlfof generally that he has received per lute It'is ordered by the Court that notice be estate cue icijiiiud. to uibke iicmedinic: \I'll).
i fir F. suggest .11 petition 'to Congress for to roost negioec raised In 'low coun i, arrivals via Mobile/1 and per lac hr. Texas green to Datid *J. bhncklcford> RicLaubUtkleford went:

the establishment of two arsenals' under try. Primus; was recently the property ofa dl rf H, a v M y complete niul extensiv m>m>rt. Edward bhackletoid] Leland CORINNA ALLtlX.:
the protection of a battalion of United Mr. Kamiifl Clark, of Mobile. A liberal nicest of IlOOlS & SHOES: most of wbids I Trip and Sampson Samuels, lulls of Hun Aduir.

Bute troops i oue'at the Seat of Govern reward will be paid for his apprehcnsroit. were made expressly' order, rur this market, nah Shacklcford, that unless liny awern "Nov.:._7ih, 1835.: ;33.--8l.- ----
Theft the other upon the western boundary. -, JOHN 1'., BOOTH.Comruh and are warranted to give satisfaction, a- thecpnplainants filed hereupon or before .N OtJcc. -
:- 4To what enemy Arkansas. exposed Co. Ala. Nov. 11. 37t(. song which are the following 'kinds viz: the first day of our Ue ?* The stationing of troops, and the JCJ" The'' Mobile Commercial Register, fiJO Pairs Russet & black lirogau the suine.w'ill te taken pro, confess AT of the Lank of Pcnmola: on the v d l
building of arsenals' will cause time disbursement PrnsacoU Gazette, and Green"Ole Wig 700: do. mens and to).Kip & grained A Copy clay of Nov.hikt. it "iii (lrc.'ered! that Noiue
of large turns of public money will publish the above tot two months, and biognn, Atlett, J. WITHERS, Clk. be given for a meeting of ihe stockholder:
In the Territory. Is not thin the object of forward their accounts to me for payment.11r'utlcc. yj 200 do. \\ 1111. Boot &' ShoeticsV. June 13th 1835.: -14. 4m. of,aid Bank at the L'aiiking House ou the

recommendation. rather than the fear ; ; 1(18( do. Gents! fine' Calf Loots 'I' : of Jlo1'ldn.S"ptrior 21st dayuf December next ut 4 o'clock: P.
of any enemy] 5 112 do. do. do. GOd and Seal: do. .. ('OKI fort 111.
+ The practice of carrying' onus, from TilE undersigned Heir nt Law of I'e- O 'low priced, Franklin Comity.PeterMitchel JAMES CATLIN. '
which private quarrels and broils so often l'nlaoL dtceimed, claims! title to es 225 Pairs Gents fine Kid pump jr Executor of Robert Mitchedcc'd Cashier.
terminate fatally, is justly' and forcibly BOOarpans of Land Lying and being in "3 1046 do. Stout beat' Calf Mid 7th .
+ moo rrf and trustee of the late firm "f. Nov. '1835,-35.-3vv.It .
condemned. l'ublicopinlon ought to discountenance : the District of West Florida situated ou the ft
: pumps Carnachan &Mitchel Fran
.M Wf'aternllde of the Luke of Cure Complt agt. the JL'rrirtettt of the LiiltUl :
It. A '
r legislative resolution, JJlanci ; fiRG do. Calf Shoes Various! pntornss ;, tUeo Dalcour Lxtcutor of John Forbes
denouncing the practice aa highly iiuproprr : commonly' called Bajou Chun; boundedon 223 do. Russet & black' \ blippcr; t- dec'd .Camilla Juanna Dalcour. Catalina l"tal. .
," might bate a salutary Gat. secola distant therefrom about one Wing ShppeH, > Picsident of the I'', blntes of America,
Dalcour and
mile and a third. The said tract : y tour, Augustin Joseph I du Jet'Lie Hid mule known that
above f &20 do. do. !lusting Slippers' various d Theresa Laura Dolcourihildreu & heir hereby a
PORT Of PENSACOLA. I describedhas been grunted to the o W patterns, of said Franciacubalcour and Sophia Isle i public sale Oil bt lucid at (,'r. AICIDIIM,
Arrived said Pedro Pnlao by the Spanish (internment =. 1UO doc do. do. & Misses Kid & f p w ile late Sophia Forbes daughter of John in the Tcnhoiv of Hoi' ids. on -Mondu]
t on the 20th of January 1810. The undersigned X 2! tilt 7th of Mauls next for the tli-posai[
Schr.Ozclio; : Cults, Mobile. Cargo tb the i ;.JjMJ Ift f'4 Forbes dee'd and Edmund DencFtfe and day ,
t therefore claims .potiM-ssion and tO of the tic lands within the l 1uil. of
Muter.Schr.. 1-1 elo. do. do. & Mo. Boots, > Juanna his wife late Juanna 1'"r11t'1l the pu the
Emeline, Sawyer, N. V. Cargo lands.forbidsull persons from treslsavingoilsaid S :\ do. Misuses! Grecian lace and p .aid Juanna Depestre and Mud SophiuDalcvur underiiiLdtioned: tort lu>hips iu the Lasll'lur-
te C. 0.: Keyser Jerrison & Foster J. SlipJ.er ida land district, viz.
SEVCR1NO ::) being the only children and bier!
Callin, McKean Buchanan, IIyer& Le : PALAO. IQ: WX do. Chiidrens do. do. Bco- of John Forbes dcc'd,Lefts.IT 1lurthoft/se bate line und Eatt>fthe mat-
th .
2f 1835,201.'Iifl.fe
Baron, J. Cam1'bell.D. 8. Edwards, and July, tees, Anrlctirs, appearing to the satisfaction of the ftati.Fractionallowiifthips.
A. P. Simpson bl
Brig.Mary laud. Pascal, Mobile.. 'Cargo I 81 from Hollo well, near IJO!! OII. and (('Illmon. Island of Cuba: one of the V\fit Indies It (Last of 1St 1\Iaty'llUverIJ uCrulI"e 23.
r ( to II. Kelly. ''III.-! .. 250 Barrel] Irish Potatoes, Together' with too many other kinds to i is! therefore ordered that units they Tow iitihips 1.2, 3, alll .4, and fractional -
Brig Mary, Park, Mobile. Cargo tom e 30 Apples I lid herein enumerated: Muter c' 10 Dried Apples' article in the these line, Item u crust, of and .. the bill Townships l,. 2, and 3, of range ;5.
jwxt anst tr: complainants
Deparlvd.ul "' > fi Beets, ; bread to a rock (so to vpeak,) also the that the same will' be taken for confessed & 'Township 1, of range 26.
Schr. Elizabeth, Forsylh. N. O. 11 20 half barrels No. 1 Mackere-1, .. Goods toiiMtting of Gents. the matters thereof decreed accordingly & Fractional tow uahips 1, 2, 3, and 4, of

Bales Cotton, ,by J. Campbell and 4 Bales' 25 quarter 'do. Capes] Caps: ] hunting mid short Loots, it is further: ordered that a Copy of this order "- range 27, .
do by liver and Le Baroii. :20 Boxen Codfish riding Irging Gents.! & Ladies lasting be printed: in some newspaper prliiici Iracticmul townships 1, 2, and 3, of

Schr. United Stales, Jin kins, Mobile. 25 Kegs Tongues and Round, Shoes, over slues, Suspenders' and btraps, in the District ouce amonih for aix months range :28.
28,500 feet Lumber by.J. Y. Cruzal."liehr. 20 Kegs pickled salmon, all/ warranted water proof.-Lttevtte J. A. CAMURON, Fractional townships 1, 2, and 3, of
Texas Walker, N. O..38,000 feel 15 do. Butter Gents, fine Beaver and Silk Hat, Nuiy & Judge D. 'II'. KAug. range 29.
Lumber by J. Forsyth. 511. Baits' hay Marine Ctips, Travelling Trunks, Umbrtl- / 22th, 1835.-24 &>uJA cf lire lute UM and East oj lIe t/i"-
.Brie Samaritan, Moseley, lIa'l&na.781XXJ .- 6 BarrelsAV! bite Bennn, Ian, Hosiery, Now ells'Liquid and Paste --:-:-- ---y t'uissri.Tlta4part .
feet Lumber, by II. Kelly. 20 Boxes Herrings No. 1 Blacking, (a new:and prime: article.) Shoe "Kollce. of township 11, East of Suvvanuee -
Brig Criterion, Lucas Boston. 57,000 And a large assortment ol' Pickles,Caper*. Brunches, &('. &c. TilEmc1ereigned hating obtained Let- river, ofrange 14.
feet Lumber, by O. C. Keyser. ___ Olives, Red currant jelly, Raspbcrrj, and All of which will be told' on the most on Ihe estate TuwuvhipalO, 11, and 12, of range 15.
QTo.. : Schr' Creole, Caro, Mobile, Sundries. by Crambmy juice. leayoiiNblettrniH, by the package, purcha- of Lewis Willis deceased hereby notif e'uU .1'u\\l1l1t.ip.lo. 11, and 12. of tango 1C.TowixhilslO. .
bra Abe master GEO. W. BARKLEV. sera will, do well to call and rxuiuine" the] persons having (' settlement:said estate, 11, 12,and 3,of rauube 17.
Nov. 14. 1835-30. Stock at the SLoe Store Corner falafel' lo 1'[ cent them for and all indebted Towu bip.jti, and 7. and fruciioual town
'"' Celestino Gonzalez slid wife Complainants' -: Jbh'lct 01t, Florlrtu. and Intendenda ktreets.. ] to the Millie to make immediate pay tthips! 11 & 12,("ca.1 ofArredwndo's claim,)

! vs. Margarita Jardela, .Thomaa Yillaso.ca'slleirv Court Etcanthia for sale Superior WILLIS fi 6 7 aud 8 and
; Townships fractional
JOS. S. I.EV1T1T. ,
Felicite Detrean amid others.<< /' ucoli 2t Term 1835. ":
County, '* ur. }
IN CHANCERY. IN CII..Ir-'C/Il V Nov. 14 1835.-36.-t( Admifl illr lur. township U,' (north o Arredondo's claim,)
Oct. 31st 1833.-34.-Bw. ( south of Arrc .
fraclional.towiibhlpl2, (! u. -
TN of an decree of Marie Francis _
Mice I'nniet
pusuance Interlocutory Complt.' --- -
I the Honorable the Judge of the Deft. House to Kent. TOWN OF ST. JOSEPH. do'll claim,) and tow IIlIblp 13 vf rouge 11'
rs?:!.ft*., >'. Court of the district 'of West Florida ffllllS Bouqne day came the complainant' by until bout convenient for a Lots fort Sal Towiiblupa 1, 2. 3, 5, 6, 7, and 8, frartioiial .
1 and M.A small family will: be rented low. rnilE Luke St. township 0, (north of Arredondo's
,A titling at Pensacola, exercising chance JL her counsel and it appearing to the Vimko.and; Joseph's
made the at this-office. JL Canal contracted claim,) fractional township 12, (south of
ry Jurisdiction, at November Court by uffidavit filed that the Mid A Company having
Term 1833 of said Court, I shall, as master defendant in not on;! iiihMiiiant of this Nov. 14, 1835-30.-tf. fur the constiuction of a hail Road from that claim), and township 13, of i.u"e 20..
In chancery proceed on Monday the 3d day Territory, it is ordered that the said de- the La>' of St. Joncph'ato tonnut: with the Townships 1,2, 3,4,0,6, 7, amid 8, fractional
of January 1830, at 11 A. M. before the cndant do appear here on or before the Tcillory J-'loridn. Iliterof Apaluthicolaj. %ia Lake Wimico' township U, (north of Arrrdotido'sclaim
;! Court House door in the rily of Pensacrf. first day of the next May term and answer' In the Superior (.'fIur-jfor the Dittriitof't also for the builyjig) of vi harvcs and warehouses ,) fractional township 12, (south ofAcredondo'aclaim
la, to sell the following. valuable properly ho bill of coniplt. or the name will be taken \\ t Florida titling at a cvvitof at butts fsds of the road tq be rea ,) and township 13, of
t via: for confessed and the matter and thing chancery : dy for the trumucuun of bu!inees by hat n.nge21. sFractional
The two houses and lots of ground form herein contained decreed and Josephine Mcl'hereoa widow of \\ in. McPherson Dec. ntxt, hate laid Tinto convenient lots township 1. lowuships 2, 3,
.? lag corners by the Barracks and Bay of i1. further ordered that of this, or- and heir at Law of Margate the new tow u of bt. Jeeeph, on a beautiful 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, and that part of townships -
Penaacola, fronting the Tiveji lot, the lots der be published. the I'tiisucolu copy Cuzette. McPherson and; George<< McPhersoa. tlc\Bird plain about halfway the Day, 0, 10, 11, and. 12, lying east of Ar-

known by number 18 and a) two lots known once a week for four inonlhs. suctebsntlj:' .,,Fraucisco Dalconr, Lxecutor, of John. un the east aide.1; the point M here the RailRoad redondo .claim, and township' 13. ,. of
s 't by numbers 236 and 237 any doe lot known Forbes deceased, Camilla Jnnnna 'Dal- will terminate. The wharf 'U to be range 22.
ti by 276 all situated in the city of Pensacola. A nil, W. 'v. J. KELLY CM.NOT. '. cour, Catalina >hia Dalrour,John*!'be- carried cut lo 17 feet water, and the Rail 'j uw I.IthllH' 1,. 2, 3, 4, 8,. C it 7, B-, 0, 10
T.-8j months credit the purcha 14th 1835. 80. 4 odora D.,1Ir... : Au ustin Joseph Dalcour Uoad track to extend lo the extrime end "f 11, 12, and 13 of range23. ,
acre to execute their promissory notes with m. 'and Theresa Laura Dalcour children of it, so that vessels can 'load end discharge Townships 1, 2/3, 4, 0, 0, 7, 8, 0, 10,
I : approved and the District of ,1 cal'loi+ lc1n, said }'laut' tlCo Dalcour and ophia his cargoes along tide the cars. 11 12 and 13, of range 21. .

.t thereof titles security will be made.upon payment Superior Court Ktcmnbiii lonntij, wife late bophu Fortes, daughter of 1 he ]lots in the tuu.u of St. Joseph Y ill/ TowBthlpH 1, 2, 3, 4, fi, 6, 7, 8, 0, 10,
{ Pvtutacula Aorember 1815. of raid John l'oils and Ldfnui.d 11. 12 and 13 of 25.
W. W. J. KELLY. Teen, Duphi Le offered for sale at public unction, on the range -
I .x. Matter in Cluncery.Nov. John KdKdy, sue\'i'lnl partner of the firm tie and Juanna his w ife late Juamu Forbes )lath of December next. Terms 1-4 cash. Fractional township 1, of range :20.
.'21st, 1835.-:3'7.-IC. Of'J'OWIlII & Edgcly: and Adminiatrniorol daughter of said John Forbes dretub- The bullauce. iu three cqLa payment) for '1 he vale w ill be kept open for two weeks,
Edward Towns deceased ta. the heirs at ed Calm Mitchell Defendants. which notes will be required, at 12 24 and and no longer pond the lands reserved bylaw
NAVY AGENTS OFFICE, \ law of Edward Towns deceased, Dells IT appearing{ to the ratio-factious of the 3G months, with interest from the day uf ] for the use of shools, or lands reacted
PenMCola, Nov. 21st, 1835. ) IN CIIANCERY., court that the defendants above missed! sale.' Title tondsv! ill be ]issued by the i military or other purpose, will be excluded
SEALKD Proposal, wilt be received: at THIS daycame complainant by his reside u ithoui!, the limits of the.ruriklt). of compuiiy to the puiihactr, on their complying 1 'front sale.
t until 12 o'clock M. on 21.tDec. and it appearmg to the Court )'lur lJa' and m the Island of Cuba it is sub the terms of sale: and a {ce im. I On en under my band, at the city of
for supplying' the West India Squadron by affidavit filed that the laid Defls are not therefore ordered that unless they appear pie title executed: when the lust iiibtulnicul Washington this.thirteenth<< day October,
vessels in ordinary and the Navy Yard tihabiiantsofthis Territory; it i ilt ordered/ here on or before the founts Monday of I' I A. D. 1633. '
near this place, with FRESH BEEF ,aud that they appear here on or before the first ?Blauli text rind answer Ito LiI1lJ'' the wild paid.ROBERT Prost. -ANDREW JACKSON.

VEGETABLES, and for supplying the day uf May- next. and answer the Bill of coniplainnnu the] :111.8 be taken for Luke iii-ic o and PEVIRIDCE.bt Joseph (,. C. 'I liu the Pretidettt :
t Naval \ Navy Yard with complaint or the cause will) be taken for, coufMiM-d, and the matters thereof decreed St. Jbt.eph W. Florida Oct. 1. 1835. EJHAN A. BROWN,
freak Beef Vegetables, soft Bread. and confessed and the matters and |h JlglllhereIn hcturdingly I and it in further orilerid thut The fcllovt'ing papers, will publish the I CummiMoinr, of the Utt r 7 Milk for the ensuing year. The articles above contained decreed. ncconlinplj' and it III'' a copy of thin order Le miblislitd in souse chose until the lM Dcctmbtr, and forwardtlutlr IRE-DIPTIo1:'.
t r enumerated must be of the beet quali- further ordered that a copy of tli'-order be i newaoa fur printul in the district, once u Hccoui'tn the JI1IJIIDY" cfHco) btJoseph. NOTICE. TO CLAIM
ty the market will afford, and delivered wn published in the IVnsacola Gazette ui.icu month six nioutli ANTS.
board of 've.eely! .afloat and at' She other week fot four mouths successively. J. A. CAMERONJutlee 1 allnhas ec Floridian Pensacola Gazette Persons claiming) the right-of preemption -

places,designated In such quantities as may Copy. H" D. t\ Er.q. .Sc'n't. Columbus ,Go. Macon Tcle-, to any uf the afoie.hiU lands, ate 10quired -
be required from time to understood All'!"' W. W.-J. KELLY,'C7 rA-. Sept. 21 1835.-29. w graph MilltdgcvilJe Recorder\ ..AUgtllt.Con5tltutionoli 1 to prove the same to the satisfaction
that the contracts must be approvedby Nov. 14th, 183 .-30. -4 m. Notice. &" Savannah Georgian\ Mobile of the Register and Receiver, prior to the

the- Commandant. BYRD of Navy C.Yard WILLIS. -VbtJ.td 'of \\'t>t > 100ldn; P UIh" ANT to un order of the lion. the Register, Miinigomery Advertiser, day of,ale.tievtial. ..
land ( .
Supeiiur Cuwl. Estmnbia Cvvufy, Judge of the County Court of EBCIUIIbia : Advertiser Ciucinatti, PitUburg Republican .ffit
Navy AgentN. .
C'Qntrat'L'ar PNMwu1o, At. se. Ttrm, 1 County will sell at public. \cndue on N. O. Union & Bulletin, Charleston October+ 13. 1835.NOTJCE
D. Persons disposed to
lNCllt\'CJR )i the 26th tkioberneitA Courier, Richmond Enquirer, Globe and Jxendlir'lI .Sale-
I in l bid the lowest
i requested to state a for.single fresh Beef, Win. II. Chase Complt. t.. Samuel M. A half lot of ground acted in Intolligeiiter, Washington, D. C.American '. U hereby fiivtn<< that on the se
4t price, per toll pound Bread, and gallon Vegetables for- Smyth Dert. slue plan of the city>f Pei.satola: us mau and llepubllcan, Baltimore Sentinel<< Poul- : Monday 01 November: next I
'and, per THIS day camethe complainant: by Sic her :325, lying and being in the city nfore- lIl1Illlenl1J<}hlll.lia.o, 10 J.iluJdl-hia! lou: i w ill ea pout:-to pulic Mile all tLe residue of
Milk Mobile Cont. for the Court and it appearing to the (,curt Mid forty feet front on the A\es- Tier Enq. Evening Post, and Jour of Com the ef.vcu belonging to Ibe Estate: cf Vni.
I The will Register the foregoing untilthe by affidavit filed' that the .said defendant is tense of Florida Blaiica street by one ir.erce New :York Trenton N. J. Empo- : II. Comptou deed.: consisUng of one uegro

1, ,try 3lit pleas Deer. publish week and forward mt an inhabitant of thin Territory : it is and Kevcntyftet depth, bounded rium; Boston i'atriot&Republican, Salem CtUo.buuf 18 or 10 years old, one uegro
the onC'e' for ordered that he appear here on or before north by let No. 32>, formerly the'proper Ilcgialterz.New' Haven Herald] Hartforc girl about 16 or 17 ttlgc.tlJerwl'hhuU8C (hold
to .
Navy Agent
the account
Nor. 20ih, 1835.-27.-St. payment. he first day of May next and answer the ty of John Vilalonga and South by the other "Times Norwalk Caz._ lurwu-re &,e.. in order lo make a division
t 011| of complaint' or the same will be taken half of lot No. i25, belonging to Altx- V Notice. and i.i.nl: 8t'ttlc'tll4UI of>aid e lale.

f* t\4 Superior, Cou., Dittrict o/ Wet. for confessed and tbo. matter and audtm Con.min. has Itt demands rcnirst the Sale] to take place at the 'houM of John

...,. rlorlda. i things therein contained decreed accordingy BERNARDO PARUAS.. AIL tate persons of \\ 01: 'I,. Kilbeedecd, late of McDavid, Walton County.
the heirs at, and it is further ordered that of COMPTON.Ejttutof. .
,Oeorg Knight Complaln't van a copy Admr Walton County Florida -requested to 1UC1ID. J.
4aw Antonio deceased'i his order be in the Pcnsacola
V of Joseph published ScpU2flth, 1835.20.tr them .
present for payment, and those indebted -
: IN CHANCERY. Gazette mkfor four numtb :. :__ .
defendants ,once a IIU- -- to said estate dcsired-lo make Oct. 24lh 1835.-33 -601.
; are
tittle rtrt'a6hJOSEI'U : payment -
.. defendant in the above ,named I
Jaektopm. Cb' ,
THE according to jaw.
r\ORIEGO'H Island In the .
will take notice that on Monday ecui'cJXXrZt .
the 21st day of December next,.I W. W. J.. KELLY, Clk. Hi \er, (Township 1 North HULDAII, KILBEEAdmr Fountain, March vs."Asa Term 1835.Fountain
the House ofVMears. Nov. 14th 1833.-30.: 4m. of Ranges 29 and 30 West) two miles-from Nancy Complt
shall proceed at Counting I
Euchte Valley SepL 17th 183&.34.Notice. Deft. Dill in Chancery of Divorce
PenMcola Bay and 12 miles ( the
Marlaligln, Knight &co. In the rein CltJ'of .
sc: District oi'\V-est Florida said
is' hereby given that at
PcnsacvU-Coutuining 844 BlS-IOOat'fC'1I .
VCityofHavanah tab the
to depositionsIosepb
I ***( Francisco Serrano, Joseph Miguel Superior Court F-catbia County will be arid for'Cosh, A plot of thin Islands 'i best of seafaring clotucs w'18len.. al said Court It appearingthal I
rel'lWtdonnd James C. Buruham & Pentacola Nov. Term 1835. 'lodged with the Editor of this paper and A the house of the subscriber about the Territory a rule' was entered that unless' he I
Vlt'tni YUill Cornpt vs. Margarita de laRua can appear before the first day of the next Term
seen. third of October last
continue froro'day to day until the same be by Henry W. Lee,
Executor JwLade la Kua Jeecaedl *- The title i i. indisputably &an.wcr said billthe..me will be taken asconfessed I
finished to be read 'eldtote in a suit now I ies Admr. of aood. wbowaaJudebtcd to the 'subscriber in the .
pending In the Superior-Court of the Western decease Miguel Persons.wishing to puuhaKe will corn' sum of thirty four dollars. Unless the ow. 1 dec.1 .-<
Joss Orlis Executor .
Quiggles ( WESTCOTT.
ill District of Florida, at Penaacola, sit o mnnicaie ith WinWatkinsofWabh- ner appears to redeem them said clothe I
I Court of Chaacety wherein OeorreKD'ht.l. "'ranci8t'O YUudeeeaaed. Augustin Yll sand bigton, In the District of Columbia. will be sold at auction on the 30th fust. 7 Sol for Cu lpt.
law Benjamin Wright,Deft IN CHAN Oct. 3d 1835.-30.-tf. :' JOHN Oct. 10th, 18C5.-31.-4f. .
complainant and.the heir at CKltY li1SUY..,. I v- .
defcn- I Nov. 14th. 1833.8531.Jvolce. ----Nottcc.:
Joseph Antonio Mlttlk deceased Mz '
duty came the Complainant .ublic le.
daudI i, TillS counsel, aud on his motion, tteate THE ..uh.scrlbereflU ofler for sale on:. I ALL persons ate hereby notified at that
% GEORGE KNIGHT of tile County
a granted to file an amended bill herein 15th Dec their nhllE next April term
next Brick \'ad undersigned, administrator of
.by THO. M. ULOtmTh .Solr.Nov. Court of EcamLia I will pitscutto
and it appearing to the Court by affidavit EstaDluhmcpton Black \\ater JL Charles deceased County
Hay which Campbell will apply
21, 1833 -37-It. I said Court accounts and vouchers u
Augustine Yllas Is will be found to be in complete order for to the hon. County Court at the first my i
noon inhabitant adniiuuttratorbf David Christie
ILIN0e absence of the under- of this Territory it is ordered Brick making, consisting of a Iran of land term at which such application can be legal the estate of and
signed front Pensacola, Mr. FERDI- that be appear her oo or before the of about 2 3 acres more or less 000 M. ly heard for a final settlement discharge. defeated, auci-.k. final settlement

'NANDCUR1ST1EN' will act as hk agent first day.of May'next and answer the complainants hard- burnt Bricks Horses, Oxen, and ELIJAH GA*'LOR discharge.-' BARKLEY.:
L. C. HUBBELL. Dill or the name will be taken for mUch Cows, with other stork c tU.j Hogs, I JdIllT. GEORGE.
Nov. 21. 1835.-a7-.tf. confessed and the matters and.thing there- Sheep, Wagons,CartA, Axes.Spaden,house :_ .for. 7th 1835>M.-8t YQ 183.-il3L ', I dsrr.
Iq contained decreed and it .is hold & Kitchen October I IUJ4AN
NoUet'!. accordingly i furnuure, yith variety of
'weeks afterdate I will.apply to the further ordered that copy of this order other article*. tale to coiuiuruce at U o'" THE Merchants undersigned and hereby others gives that be notice Ii (;OAaitloa;. and .
SIX the Courtof be published bathe PenaaooU Gazette once ; A. M. Terms Cjuh. will Dills of
the l County clod hereafter no debts fc .l&n'I
pay in hia
the Coeety'=btu, for Lttttra of "e week for sit months successively. ." '. J. IIUNT & Co:: neme,.except those contracted by bimaeU Deed 14ortgage s, )) I
ulnistnlion tat.of John Forbes, ,Copy to- Boats will be la readineas at they or,by hU express order. } ,I sale, Justice* lIouk, and ,yorloiu -.
J JOHNJNNEBARJTV.Nor I. Attvt, W. W. J., KELLY.'CY*. Ship! \"kr. to lake bidders uct as the hay 1JJaDk.I
JOSEPH "othcll' kilidsw of
N)1' Hlh 1835 -36.-do. ,, Nov. TUi 1835.- .-tL .
Via, 131..ot. I. Oft; 24th,. 1833.-33.._tf h for wale at Uil4 oJHee I

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.?' bonJag iu which they ties held I Alas I Tot *om. raw militart+ who were minted by '

I VI3'NS3 1L Inconsistency clout lartituilooi keeping tb'l h* U U'jrii.nctil !of the| Queen, and were I t ,

SATURDAY NOVEMBER pronii (of fmdom) to the it I then marching attack the CarliMa, only
21, 183S.Mr ear, smlbrvaVJng
three miles off, commanded by a Curs \ ; (
JOHN ALBA, ha been applied Vice M lli* sen e." We shall be loU, prrhnps thrt ('rl.I.) :

Consul of her majesty the Queen of 8r.dn for the public inltrc-t, aai C'II.. the Interest of The blind men in Madrid carry all the << i
children inJos, prochai.ition, and cry the news. \ : \ I
otherwise that
the of nut proviUcd for, requires
Pen.acol"ic.. Dn. Pedro d. Alba
port One of thorn during the war with France '
11.( aacJ. the fc>stemof apprrntkeiibip sbouM, bo kept up w nil proclaiming not ires." i | \ '
Away with such inhuman "..dona! Let us tale "A treat battle has been fought, in which !
x It 'U rumored that JuJg. McLean U Id the declaration of IndepcuJcnce for our guide.- i ten ihoim&ml French have been killed.. '

be appointed Chief Ju.tic. of the Suprriuc AH men ate born fn. and equal," and aiuougit Some one paid, t'lItllIau) Spaniard
't Court. It I b la bo Loped thai this! U not their unalienaUc vere "'killed "That," answered 1 ho, 4 life and
rights! are liberty the "
for.the blind lanai i.f 1'ari to lelk\
Ui"ca*'. Any ute of a liuuJrcd men who might pursuit if happiness," and yet under.the heart Thin. province I is Fn a state of open (I revolt ,

'r be named, baa more claim; uponttuttialtcJ les nf hat not refused. its 'culribiitioim
pretext public necessity, how winy poor ina only (
lion, ptrha| w* should MT, that most cxalto i children are now' languishing;! in the, bondago fir for the support( of tJovrinmci\t, lot .
of all station uPon earth. Judge McL. while: tAll has tuczcd upon{ iw eh c million of teals .
: part of a loan made in France, and dull l |
Iho Office certainly shewed biinaelf a that be raid about the of implanting
. can necessity ned for Madrid. \
great man in relation' to sinalf. matters, acid it U I in youth, habits of obrdisncV,'of jn.luii The French troops are now crossing the '

not every out who can attain even such a quail try snd of usefulness, meat give way to the *l>* 1''f'lInl't'lt,, through the deiilci the nutuntiin -
Bed greatues; but sine he ha born upon the i <<, and will 1It'hi.. concert with Ihe :
straot principle Ihitt all mm are born I'mam
Queen's here to cut off the ietl!'eat
troop( ,
beach of the Supreme Court, we believe It i< bu no right eiiiU on earth to restrain their frcnlontK of the Carlnts from Catalonia, where they : \ -

justice to say, thai he ha shewn hinuwlf rather parents die, or.are not in a condition to briii{ I will find but little encouragement. Theepeople ,

a small man in great matter. ] up their rhddrvn in the way they should go, do << arc the hardest in the world to go? I
i cm. Idle, ignorant, turbulent and vl I b I l
The Mobile Commercial TrniK-ri4n| ," is a this furnish any excu for nulijvrling thou lo ,elicits they avail the'ntcee'ive* of every opportunity -
beautiful little sheet, of a ziae which WII think I the rigors of apprenticeship1! No, for tiU! wouk to throw oil all restraint, und \

printer call tIaftl l&lII. luiTpogranhyiinotmrra.! impair their natural freedom It is true, that aleiperienoe (indulge in their ulI\i"eJllt'flpMpt'IIlihiu.\ I '

\\J neat, it U elegant. It.w the cheapen paper! shews that young people brought; ul'] I harmony will ventured will nut plt'be iltillll restored, that here peace in and ten : --

printed in tha southern country. It baa'...aehed without the salutary restraint which |*rrnts pitch ears*., with the aid of treat lintain' und | -

Its eighth number. We hop to live to see 1 It masters commonly exercise, foil into all lha errors France. .

Teach its eight.hundredth. and commit all the crimes, known to ,."ili. I Ito littlo civil war in the North of Spain ) ..
aid and the withdrawal of the troupe front several .
but what
society then Why ,it only
Col. R. Fitzpatrick bun rc-clirlej to the : provinces, huts thus earl iiulueitl : : -
Legislative Council from Monroe Coui>ly. proxt that uo state of society I. perfect, and shut revolt, what must bet expected when then I .
we, for this, .surrender the Important principle is felt in ill fulicsl exUnt, the famine '" : !
Th. Key West Enquirer of ibe 24th ult. at that all men aro born free and equal t Again desolation produced by foreign Inereruurire : : I -

... ter uttering some.complaints at the irregularitywith it may beurginl! tbat'(ooJ. virtuous, and indiisIrious taxes d.1 fo au Cott tutu publicdebt I: \ .-
and a |vopc! alrcidy iinpmmsheclbeyond 1
which its exchange papers are received, *&y*, habits can alone secure the, true hpj; >ine.. any other in Europe<< except Ireland I

!r A* for the fVnMcoU Gasotte, it U quite a ofthe individual ; since if he be vicious and Wl.- and (:..\\lIhrta. t'\'IIIC"0111 the (' "

,q realm to meet with an editorial article. in It. co- the laws will punish him. But this only hewn .titulionof 18Ii and A), others want 011'1 i .:

luins." Why 1 It it facaane the, Gasctte"usual how liable are those who do not reason deeply 01 extension of the legislative frunchi"cr- (
IIlIn1(1 want to shoot all the monks and olh .
ly contains but little of this' kind of matter 1 Then"heaven ; the subject, to bo lad astray by lusty and holier Halo have their proiHirty. : -

11 sav* tho mark I wear* relieved from.a frct now.. Tlie law ihcmsrhrs are rong. It U Those who are OJHMI{ upon the minister I I..

,. ,' moat fearful apprehension, that we bad too freet of this, u much u any thing el.e. that we woulcomplain. < ay the)' w ant more liberty, but Ihe mostof ,,
Inflicted often If all them w nut the offices' of a new administration. J ; *" ..
quently out own unJigestathoughts men are.born free and equal,
I hat e lint t.tU anew ho had a -
tt, upon our readers. Or (Is it because can Uwsb* made lo Kslrain their freedom or tinct lieu uf what he wunlcd. The \11\1.1 y

our paper doe Hot reach our brother of the Enquirer destroy ,their equality 1. The Irishman, who, onl.nJing'upon cy of thing ut present is lo the st'parauurufall : -

so regularly a* hi* other exchange p*. our shores knocked down the firs the provinces, and the formation :

pers 1 Iso, ws rtfi assure him that 111* Oueue man he mot with, was surprise d at being immediately separate government tor. few jtars.The I
Queen darn iwnloiti, w ith her .inglc *
It has been sent with tb.'ioo.t cnipulou regularity i i'I. arrested for such'a1 c<<:di1lo. K-h r l loy; life guard, out hav clcai e next summer _

for w*always take up the Enqiirrr with pleasureand the |nwers" said he we have more bl.ejty ill iu retire to Italy, aiulMH. M. ltej.na ''*!1

seldom Uy it down without profit. ould Ireland than thi* ;" and the Irishman was Isabel II. Ncustra Suture," Will have a \\ *e'**
this .. Regency fur a few vtars, when (bey will '
right can 1If'.r. deemed the Und liberty,
Oov. Whit of Louisiana ha iuued his proclamation gel rim of the whofo' concern. Don Carlos i
while the statute books of the country, are disgraced i III and without talent &
requiring aU magiatriUes a..dber offi a great: bigot ,
tees of and all b1I'ru. li 0.'w..ith. have ibr-heir object hill eldest son in so near an idiot thai nothing ;, I -
\: justice, good citixeus, to assist '
r in the restraint of men's. liberty. If it be> asked, can ever be expected front him. i .
preventing the violation of the Act of
Congress Inf.nrtc Don 1'anld isa fool ,
Francisco: great { -
; of 1818, 'which prohibits the raicing a miluar how then shall crime be traiuad or punished, and i ii now in Valencia, iiitrlgncing to gel '
the is at hand. Let it alone. It is bet !
t"tee0 serve in any foreign country. himself appointed Regent, and hu /
let that m- should go unpunwhed than that the remote hopes thai bin son may come in. :
W undersUndlhat businrwi i* languishing at I this a eoplcaic corrupted : : .
freedom of the citizen should be illllJC reJ. u way great |
Mobile,in eonar(iimceofthe diflteulty navigating prieHt-ridden, und destroyed by the ItoyaLnn'xcH *
Cannot the attention Congress. be drawn to .
the Alabama river with Steam I3oat.j ..- fools, uud-, who. claim by ,
this subject, at feast so far u it regards the thral Divine right, or legitimacy, tho ; i
MOM difficulty wa experienced lad year dom in which apprentices are held in Ihe P'utrif domination control over the person*I'I
and to a much greater extenl the year before- of Columbia. and properly, nnd destinies of lweh million : : *
It happens unfortunately, ihtl just at the" time human beings, iuhatAing' a country ( .- "
who would bMawdt the convmieneo! of the Our advertising reatoniers ar* Informed list I capAble| of stistaiuing thirty million till.dcr \ a
in fixture all legal advettuemenUi, such a* orderof wi8O und wholesuuie law s. The ,
planters! of Eastern Alabama to throw their colton '
court &c. must be paid .tor, or the payment palaces in the'neighborhood of
into market, It I II beat most difficult to get il be have cost)Duro than one hundred .
must satisfactorily secured, in sJvaiiec.
to the place when It U to b* disposed' of. Tb. of dollars. ,
rftect conntructing contemplated Rail Road Those now in type, will be continued a resson The moral condition of the people i
able time lo enable the parties interested in them!! such that there IN \little !hole| of their ci ..
from West
to Point lheChattahoochee
Montgomery on ( to make the necessary arrangement; but un I doing any thing in the way of liberal institutions
will undoubtedly be,. to aecumulat a loss before a icgenerution of fifty )'ear (
com arrangement br made they will not
t large amount.of this valuable staple al the I Jormer and a system of education designed : ,
place, but how will this' operaU on th.Interests or be jublished! the length of time required. bylaw dufo this lesult. W here, I III this education
Tb reason of Ibis rule mutt be obviousto \ and regeneration to come from 7I I ,
Mobile>> who has contributed so Iar'I'I -lo the
i all who have any aquaintanca with the sub not seen a mau in Spain who considered it ,
making. of this Rond The planter will Varcrly ject.. a degradation to the national character I .

choose thai his cotton shall go upon the Rail Retail that Franco and Great llriiain were obliged: !

to Montgomery, wlul Ui' entirely! nncerUin PRIVATE FROM Sl'AIN. to send troop.into the country to putdown s
FROM: THE NEW YORK DAILY ADVCRTIBER. Don Carlo*, A century ago tho ,
will there be able it impulse
to give a new '
I 'I We are obligingly favored"by a friend pride of the nation would have revolted at <<: *
: towards Mobile, unles when h* get it to with another letter from Spain, which, a* the.uggea.tioll-.fI/ImHif Jifentvt ttrn i ( ( '....
Montgomery, an alternative can be afford. him I it contain information not U'sually to be | : 't

A"certain limited, amount oftraile may submit to found in news capers, will be found inter Intrmjinance, (JambHitp, Pure and
tbe'lnconvsnieuco which eating to our readers.S Dtat\- \ horrible climax: lut .a natural ) .
the of w* have been spoak. aooA, (Spain,) Aug. 2H, 1839. u* the connection of wine, and effwt. I ) .
lag; but a* UM value and iaiwrtauce. of that Dear 8i( ::I am this fat on my mad to A shocking'illustration urcumdyeWrd.) } i
t UaJ. Was, it will .be sure to break down thefl' France, and being in the ancient capital of Uetwecn and 1 o'colck last night, the :

obstacle* which lUnd in the way of it* eonre.uiencit. Arnro ,'wlthout a single acquaintance, I I town was alarmed b)' the cry of fire, proceeding "
c TliM U esUinateJ before have thought that a letter would not be Gum two dwelling\ house in Quarry (
strut ot'cupirtl by .etrul Irish fsiuilics. l
uninteresting to you. Within four day i
Ua, that the planter of Alabama lost nearly a milIwa before I left Madrid 340 wounded men had 80 far a* we have I lee n able ru leant, ) : .

fl' of dollars )rf not being able to got their cot. been carried to the- hospital, morn than the (Ire probably orginatid in eaelesno, / .,
Ion.to market la time to claim the high price *1 fth half f whom had died. The most of them resulting from gMusiultmperance nnd rioting : '
the victims'of the occupant About 0 o'clock( } .
were the unfortunate movement among .
of lh. and It U thai t.I
earKpart Mason likely .
; of the Liberia! before detailed to in thc evening, (being Sunday,) one of :
they will\ufft r in a similar manner, to at least sn you: Rebels every where look for sympathy the!. Constables\ with a citizen, in pnr-uil | I e.h-'

equal, Client,the |vesecit year. New If the cotton among the Americans, and my quarters of an irishman w ho encajn-d from tbs Uer-
destined to deteerul tiNt Alabama had beeu worth were i-o thronged with them lira r became gen County Jail on Sulurday! last, entered | .
millions in.teaJot.is an object of suspicion, and when this one of the hooi-es tuirxpeciidly. and .....r. ;'
would th.
twenty planters oe curs there lean easy mode disposing of nrid a parly round, d table playing card! *..; .
not have been nor disposed than they' ,hem all such individual Other eiicuin-tanees lead lo lIe belief that *' '"

to have been ttf set heartily to Work, to rid Ihem- It was considered that there was hut one the house had been during the day a scene ..

selves an evil so deeply felt, and *o easily reme safe route to gel out of Hpaiii and that wan. of carousal audcirunkenncs*., ,
died. In other word., it a Rail Road could betadefrom through the ODe in which how am. I took Tlie fire "rigin ted, in the garret, where '
my place in the Diligence, and when I it was probably communicated to clothes ;
the heart It the .cotton growing region came to look around and see who my fellow hanging to dry, by a drunken woman.ha :
to a port oa the Del,';,Mesie*,Jut half travellers were I found that everyman had t+c-en up several time during the ,evening -
the amount which the want of H occasioo them in the coach was travelling under a and night with. a light. The toys asleep ; .

to loss.in ore year,would not the planter theof fictitious name, or with false pauports, except inthe garret were waked ty the :
myself. suioke, and communicated the facts to the .
solves put tier shoulders t.the' wheel and carryout The under Secretary of State and hi. miserable inmates below some of whom /

the work servant took the Compee sad got lobo the were still oter their cup One of the ,
carriage out of.. town with a French 'name number, we bear vjsa so beastly drunk ,
'OaoTAi.C CW.TT' *-A monster la hnmao and passport, and attempted to, speak hat it ,was necessary to drag him out' l
shape named AmbroM W. Cole a copperplate French all the journey. The rebels, however in order to save his life. TWO youag women ; ;
printer, wu last week brought up be- knew him, and determined when he we art told, were found iu a very little '
fore the Police Court at Boston; charged arrived bere to hang him without furilx better condition. l ( !
with cruelly beating aa apprentice boy only ceremony..1We got to Guadalsxara in the Another emale-tbe' wife of Paring :
nine year* uf age. The child' oflene confuted night, .and one cube chiefs who had fed a Doyle, a tm.n&-1& appear*met the jut retribution
in spilling a little oiLO.. kimdrtJ few days before gave my servant a few of the loathsome habits of the /
andjtjtt-mi distinct bruise were count ounce of gold to abandon me and give him ioue. Instead of running out wbeaylhealarm M
ed on hw body-M follow t-34 on his his passport and place. The servant was was communicated, she went upstairs
left arm-12 on the right M on the back in the rotunda of the DUIigencia. and I in and probably t-mmiig bewildered .
and loin*-with two black blotches over he interior and when we got iu at So1 In' the smoke, perit-bed hi the tames!1 I
the kidnie*-and the akin broken; in four clock in the morning be dodged behind, ftatbreakfosT Such are some, of the fruit of an Irish : -
place*-28 from the left hip to the heel- when came to the Ian I called wake in Newark.-.V.rur -.Daily 'Adttriitr. .
and 21 from the right hip downwtrda.Th out for Manuel!, when stranger answered, <
foregoing paragraph I. copied from th and stepping; up. to me said I represent "
Manuel ana will be call KEY WaIT, Oek 15. '
New York Evening Post, a paper stMogly tinctured you agood *(o
me bar that ...... | Kuowiog the Interest that yon have
t with shitilionUm. W* would not Uthought We passed 00, a* the Spaniard My, sin always! taken in the growth
.. speak lightly Tmrlr M butane trf povedaxL until we got within thirty telles of this Island, 1 have done mystUthepkasure .

brutality a* W then is recorded bat wcan a| of this p faN, when we be heard cry ** the of sending you a box of'salt, made at : .
fcrbMr iblaklng UK neb a* bride. niglaf' 'WworieJ Fael oeo..oa tba mountaiar Looking the works of tbe Lafayette Bolt Company.This .
I ... troops and all baud; except sample b GOt *o good aa some we s
ay ay a ...,... tbolltioiilsl-u' Ua*- myself eoamroeed de.troyiag their ps- have made, yet I believe it to be of a superior = .
How !.% sUn keauaby cry aS la vats fat peril thai they might not be IruleuUVLrThea quality, and'will be gratified if you >>

tho t>rli.l.artlo. ap'eeatkes frt etQ we came up k-owcvrr, "they wcrtl.iH show II "your friends, if )ou Ihiok ( a j


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: I J. AdmlnisDiitntt'otralorof -: paper' '
l'ENS.tCcJLJt'i.-a.cCTTn> General Advertiser its columns EHAT; VIlE.
Gazette and ,
'R,III:: undersigned Polish National CcmJ ; Jonathan Bunker, [ U eat FllWi
I 1 1NOYENfIEI121 I !. ,I. n'rfrt, loth will be devoted to Politics, Internal To say that this is a rending age, implies a
183Z. JI rniuveln the United<<: Slates, pinkos Polishnr.ivralioo D'sol1"ln.. J ittpton Superior I Improvements, and general intelligence, desire for instruction and tIlt mean.to grab
bUtorical account of the
I the of the. day Jboth foreign ify that desire. On the flier point all are
If Lif The GAZETTE: wilfba issued every Sine to ll.ise United States under .. Co'H.t-IN ATTACHMENT Tomprising << ,
= I '" urday Evening, at p 00 per onaum, id ad, the*titlo tf "''111; POLKS IN THE U- NOTICE Is hereby git en to the defend- and domestic wither;civil or politicalIn agreed ; on the fecund, there is We ilivcreityburp'

r ': vance, $4 payable at the tad of six month, MTED STATES' OF AMERICA," to be the institution of this suit by accordance to custom, Me shall proceed ; \ of opinion and cfptacUse. haverevvfpsptrc

4 ,f At :at S3 payable at the expiration of the year prefaced by a short statement of the history attachment returnable lo the November in afty bt ref manner, to 1 labcfor't inHgozini, reviews, in fine,
'V'at Term of the .\\ Court. the public an anualyiis of the plan- on iiamphk-ts of nil sizes, cn nearly all iuUjcct
t t the option of the subscriber.ADVEHTISGMEXTS of the 1 late: Polish Revolution, and to l he oahtngton Superior
i inserted ax the rate of accompanied with authentic vouchers connected The defendant and all perswlis interested, which the Cazette will be conducted. ?, which have eeterallytheir cl.seauf

one dollar for every fourteen lines (or less,) with the residence of the Poles In are required, IG appear and plead to the 'I'hey will endeavour, steadily to keep in readers und sui-porlei And jet. copiott
Declaration filed in said according to view the landmarkeotthe Ctiistiiution of a* are time titans of intellectual<<: ( suj; ply,
for the first, and fiftyvceot for everycon- this country. Form in 8vo. Subscription case, In'diticn
Innous subsequent Insertion. price 81, payable on delivery only. the statute in such cases made and provided. the the United States, by which they hope more ate Mill needed 10 the leticv -
f. fJ ,moderation Bof the day and passing notices of
p The Committee being enalble of the advantages to steer their course aright. As ,
1 EAGLE &ANCUORHOTEL. offered to the Poles by a settlement ALLEN II. BUSH, and firmness-will ">be our .motto, Me books, tlie people, m large iambus, in all
4k ( in this favoitd land, the proceeds of Ally. for Plff. shall be slow to brand ith political heresy, paitsof ourgrcut: republic, crave' the petscsfcfon -

: he work after defraying Iheel pensc",>f publication August 12th 1835.-24.-13t.: those.politician* Mho may honestly. diCer ; of the hoc ks tlicntscKes, and details,
,. v deyond mere passing allusion,, of the -
in opinion from piogreMof
will be applied in aid of the colony .
oa the Rock River state of Illinois. % lOUJtoiard.ESCAPED It is our design fairly to report the patting Discovery in art and wicnoc.: But
a f' 'fiE Subscriber respectfully Informs MARTIN ,ROSIENKICU1CZ: from the custtdy of the Mar. Political news of the day, the political though it be easy to ascertain and express

J his friends, and the public In gen tel FELIX O\\ INCZE1t'SKIDR. : .. the night of the 29th day of views that w. may hate1 occasion to ad- their wants, it_ Is nut so easy to gratify
that he has opened the above establishment, CIIARLES KRAH SIR. March last William llamblcton Vim was vocate1wiU be done dispassionately, to far them. Expense, distance from the ini.orinin -

vhlch has been enlarged, and thorougly e.4.111, August, '1835. convicted of)zee ro stealing and fined by the as we are conceincd, anti ,we hope our literature, engrossing occupation$ *
"iS-repalred, and supplied with new bedding Jury the sum of*cv tn: Hundred Dollars, & freiuds vvhd may fat our UII with -eonmiunic&tions which .prevent jerkonul. application or
Ey:) and furniture of every description. The )'I'o leetu; cOsuofpro ecution. The l \Villiam II am., twill observe the same rule! ,-.uther- eten rr.estagrsf to libraries and Ixwk-

well known situation of this house, Its im 'or IBBST. bleton i. about twenty cars _fane, a- wise their publication M ill not take placer sellers, are to ncny: causes to keep

mediate proximity to the Bay, render it JOSEPH'S T} LEGRAI'n.The bout five feet seven and a half inches high, in the observance this course, Me shall people uMay* (rent tie kin cf reseen, cud

.' equal in comfort any in the southern superior commercial advantages fair complexion and light hair a little inclined act with strict impartiality. tbeenjc) went < therovtUd: lncihij climei -
', inmate.r of ST. JOSEPH'S, Deer any other toslop M lieiisianding and Imery round It Mill be the aim of the publisher to t. llisthccini, of the tublielii-iH of

'Experienced &honest erv&fltt Lime been Sea Port in "Iorlda-the, t. tnrivalledeauty shouldered blue eyes and has a bold look.- render lo their patrons, oil the satisfaction the Library tov'Lvi.\tc. ilat-e, tifiiculiies, &
procured, and as the proprietor will devote > end undoubted healthfulness of The said Hamblcton escaped Mithouthav- they are capable of, bearing In-mind however tocnallc every inuvidcal, ht a email cost
i at the whole of his time end attention to the Its location, (notwi.hstanding the croak- Dig paid liis fine. 'Tlie above reward therefore -' the old adage "they that Mould attempt and without any puOtull ((hurt, to obtain

.! establishment he flatter himself that those ngs of a nariow-sightpd few hose Judge null be given fur the delivery of the said to please.cyrybbdy M (ill please nobody for his own use and that of, bis favoured
who may call on, him, will have uocause'of meats are warped by interest and whose, Uillinn Hambktonin the tovvnnfMarrianna friend or family, valuable works complete

,complaint.'R. feelings are Ioured'y disappointment) are Jackson County district of West Florida Although it is our design, to pursue L on all tbe trandie of uestftdl andpopular

ARMSTRONG.": flOW generally con tdcll. The circumstances James \\'. Exuin or'THOMAS course ruramelled, by the ahukle of any literature, and that in a form
"\Vcstcru District of'lorlda.Superior under which it l.aa been founded,-the exensive WHITE.. political! in making this at oval. well adapted to the comfort of the 'ee er.
CVvrfor capital Influence and liberal enter- Deputy Marshal District \\\ /'. we would note understood as being mdifferenno 'J he charm vniiety, a* far a* it i il rumpHiible -

Jackson County. "fiatf united to promote its prosperity, April ilth 1835.-O.-8t. the importance, of correct. princi vvlh| morality Bud'gutd ttfoie, Mill
I 1 Martin llardlu reader its prospect as auspicious and flattering RAILROAD_ pies. be held constantly view in conducting
it meet frirnds could EAST : the Library tofu.pngesof"Weh the current -
.ij. vs.James. as sanguine They wish how'ever <3i iineji ,
', desire. There U doubt that leadthetan i literature of Uieat Britain in all itsturiousu'epHrln.fnUGflHcgriir.riy.
nearly ,
W. Exum and Benjamin Clement, no Notice is hereby given, that a meeting known, that they Mill neither ,
IN CHANCERY.ON all the trade 'of the Apalachicola( Chattahooclicc of the StiK-kholdei of the East Florida or follow in the train of designingpoliti. I llisiny,
motion and U appearing lo the satisfaction and Flint Rivers, herctcforo concentrutcd cal who of l Tratclrf, l\ou'Is and: 1IICIIIohu I be freely
.. Railroad) Company Mill be golden at the intriguers, are men .pf1J1d ,
of the Court- that Benjamin at "MI'HDEB POINT." Mill be offire of SAM'L b. E\V IS Nol Commercial in proportion to their Inter 'st." put\:1 !t'U'c..flIJit.Llie.n. lib .euhauce,

transferred to St.! Joseph's on the completion <'ccaic>nal l cue fie DK, it is hat need he
Clements, one of the defendant aforesaid i wharf, in the l tyof Boston, on the Several. !columns of the Gazelle,will be appropriated let
of the Rail Road from Lake entire tl cMoikMhicb thall becelccted; for
across mnico -
lefldes In tbe State of Tennesee, to of Moral und Miscei-
13rh of Octi.bcr next 1835 for the Essays ,
whjch is now in and Is to ( purpose puliicuiion. t\ tell ciicLn .t iLcimiho-
be do
11 therefore ordered that unless appear progress, of 1 choo- laneou character, under the head of IUwuings -
here, on or before the third Monday of >efini,tli 'd by contract under heavy bond, ; Directors organizing and sa Company( such, by otbA:: for Saturday evening. rl1e the mcu ctc, recourse will be hurt

,* | reh..o Ke, and answer the complainant.J711 bye the first of December next. isng in business', come onsacting before said meet- The publishers are fully ware of the difficulties the literary stoics of Ccnthiential' luicte: ,
tke'same will be taken confessed a The undersigned intend to publish a ...may of their undertaking, but they and trtiiiHluiHiiMnuiile ,fr, mJCllch, liul-
(rgaiiut Him and the.maUer. thereof decreed- Weekly Newspaper under the above title at teg.HAM'L S. LEWIS place.great reliance on the public liberality ian! or German, us tie cui-c may i.e.
fol accordingly and it is further ordered that St. J'II, the( Brut number of which Mill be ,JOHN II EN SAW ; and believe bate diligent attention to \\ Inlet the Li.dy; cf the w w k will Lea reprint -

'copy -of this order be published In the Issued /MI the>comic of a few weeks.' It will DAVID Hl.Nft.IIAW, 1 COlnwi wnel'. business, and a zealous etiort to acne the or at time n tran..lutic.nof<< eniiietoItinies -
be principally of a Commercial character thecoycr will) txhil.lt Ibe;: mouth ,
Pensucoln Gazette for three suetestlvely. J. B. DANI-OKTH I public, will secure themselves u liberal J
and devoted tIJ the advancement of the iu- J ahnreof nevus (Iwroclu of Magazine, and icnsitt .

J. .A.' tAMElON. I.CUIIUI and prosj;'cmy of UieJnfant but pro- STEPHENSept.. 6th:,: 1835.pk ltuiiI.-.m.; he City patronage.'I of'I ttllahast.ee be1.g; located in af ikctcic of, nice und things, anal noticestif
'Yol" niitiiig town uiiii which the undersigned is ixm-ltics in liic-rotuic and the artd,
Judge D. the surHnuided)
-of Florida and
<< tooth bynuuy
UI11NO absence Mr. C. C.
: J.-\t denuded to his fullest means and in all his my KeyV throughout thccitilizrd Moild. ,A full &
3d 1833.-3U.-3m.Kcward., natural
iq a
is authorized All pcs&csrrs
:fJFL exructaifuim.It ser my duly ugent. regular supply of the literary monthly tndhelidomnclaljouinalaofGrtat
indebted nit given around iu tense a larger population
620. b conicinpluted to main this persons to arc tequubltd to / Liit&in and
make immediate than' that cf any other pen lion of
( large as any 111 Florida. The IlItH eripI payment. Ireland in addition to liume peiiodical
1 RAN.AWAYfro1ltheHub- the Territory, wield 'I.e kuinc limits, has
4i i' I lIOn \four dollar a j car if paid in advance IStfi but one weekly of a situilar'character, cannot fail to pi 0-

-.J. Conccuh CtuntyIa.. and if not so paid, fire dollars per annum Aug. 1835.-23. In addition to newtpapcr this theie are many valuable vide ample' material for this part of our
In iilght of the 9th liml. b the end No work.V
the at of Jx months. subscription doubt
of Land which ,
; tracts Me not
rid ? Negro Boy by the name hrCASWELL for a shortur period than one year w ill be NOTICE will soon be brought cultivation should The resources end extensive eorrtfi' cndence -

about 19 or 20 year of age, received, uiJ all kubecripUou Mill be eouluued Jt T the next April term of County Court the present price of the glClit staple of the of the publishers, are the 1 lea
rather middle'size and somewhat yellow lahbomplexttuo. tk'l Mrrearugen are puid and until est ofEscumbiaCounty, willpicsenlmy Country be luintalnedhleb niubt considerably. guarantee for the eontinuSnccof the
Had on when he left homo pretislv directed to te stopped. The Aln'hlcu1a.Ad.trIi8cr vouchers und accounts, and apply' for a final continuance of the enterprise in v.liith
the the
angmcut population:
u spotted\ gingham round coat, a spotted( ," Mill perhaps ultimately settlement of the estate of CiREGORIO .qJ they are now jiboul to embark, as fur
Vest and a pair of blue casinetl pantaloons be united to, and merged. in thisuperflnd CARO deceased, and ask to be finally discharged country. the tinundnrre' yf.the materials to give
'1' and a straw Hat, but will probably cJiaiifehi there fore, after the first of t, From considerations? stated above, value in the eyes of ) a*
I cloths Tho said boy can write a tolerable November and until the TELEGRAPH U .' MARIA. CARO. vvchuve therefore no hesitation, iU believing judicious wlcction and arrangement ate

\tJ fl ; tchool-boy baud, but spell: und xlic- issued"! die subscribers hereto,>M ill be furnished r> ,; Administratrix. j that we may with confidence rely jut concerned, leucers will, it I is hoped, bate
-1 utes badly. I have no doubt that he will that paper without charge and if any June 27, 1633.--in-tf._ the. complete success of our undertaking, reason to be fully satisfied, a* t be editor of

J. Vfbrge hlitfself a pas and probably free unexpected oecui'reuco should cause the "ErrrERS of Admuiistration, Having on the,suoport of a generous: public. the Library ia not a stranger to them, but

I iC, bne., and change his name I also apprehend II establblunent of the Telegraph to bo waived 1-4 been obtained" by the undersigned ou 0"Jt1l0tla has more than once obtained their favoi.r-

paid boy will attempt to gcton.board Home I (none, however, Is i anticipated,) the subscribers the estate of FRANCISCO EJ1DO, esCA' The' "Tallahassee General Advertiser" able suffrages for bi"v*** literwyeftoru.1ERMS. .
boat tfr re*.-el! bound to some other port 05 hereto will be attached to the Ad sed all pcrsous, are hereby notified that w ill be printed On a super royal uheey tit : .
con a* po> ible. I therefore wish fo give I vertiser. four weeka after date I will apply to the Four dollars pr annum payable in advance The work will be published in vtrkty
uotice'to all master of beats and other vessels -, Our friends arc requested to procure us hon. the Judge of theCounty Court Ev or on delivery of the first no. four dollars numbers, in tliched covers, Goth nun,ter

if aitch application be made to arrest subtscribcuto Prot-pectus, and forward cumbia County for leave to tell: go much fifty cents after the expiration of six mouths containing unity imperil octavo j.ugt ,

aid boy and confine him 1n jail so that 1 UBS posftibledirccied to MURDER of the real l slate of enid,Ejido a* Mill be or five dollars at llie-closcffili* )run wilhftouhlecolumn' making two roluinet I
t get him. N. D. ShouldhebeeonfinedLna' t'OlNT," APAUCHICOLA DAY, Floiida. sufficient to pay the debts of said estate No sUsbcripUon w ill be received fora less annually! of more thau 520 octane ages,

ny Jail I wish the Sheriff or Jailor\ totrite Our friends will recollect that AUVIHII-: BARNARDO, PARC AS.Admr term than one without and the paper Mill not eachtolumt; andAl expiration of every -
me Immediately to Burnt-Corn and let me stN'Gp lathe main stay of a N wspaper. Ad I>discontinued orders,-and all arrearages nix months, soti9critersvill be furnish

know of his confinement as I may.never,.ee vertismcnts will be inserted in the .Telegraph Aug. 13lh. 1833.-23.--II. are paid up. ed with a handsome title page ondtableof
it when published in the paper' upon the same terms as in the Apilachiculu 1 be first number ill be issued during, contents. 1 he whole amount of matter
s jdEL LEE : Advertiser." Noticc.11Wuodersiguedhaving. the ensuing summer curly- the fall.Comtminications fuinUhed in a ingle year Mill be equal to
15th. 1833. / R. DINMORE WESTCOTT.. n Lcl- addrcstftid to the publisher more than forty rvtvmtt of the tominon sized i-
Aug. __ Jters
St. Joseph's October 1. 1833. of administration' on the estate must be post p&id, EitgHni-duodecimo: !books, the cost of
i--: .Mansion louse. ()Thomas \\'rlghtdcet..atiCd,-htnby"nc.ti. JOHN BALDWIN & Co. which M ill be at least ten limit the price of

I And PenttKola Stage Office, Blaktly (.1.) To mechanics. fies all person to horn wild estate Isin- Tallahassee, April 8th, 1833. a )'ear'l subgcription. to the Library."
Establishment I.I DOW iQ condl dcbted to their and
present recounts claim The which the Library.
THIS, to accommodate Traveller- Ik EMPLOYMENT Mill be given at the attested for settlement, and all persons indebted Bat '''luntes of the dFlu.seftn. Mill boprintcd paper upon, will.be of Ac finest

greably, u heretofore. The Stale 'omce fattrleen Joiners to said estate will be expected to I quality used for took-work, and of a size

or tfraveller from Mobile to Pennacola' and .make immediate payment. THE,propletor of Littell's Museeum of admirably del| ted for binding. Aa thetype
U at this House. The Tern Plaft terers. .. UlkNJN. D. WRIGHT. Scienod -
steward new kept Literature, Art, -an Mill I c et.Uiely new, and ot a heat ape
accommodations will be a\extensive a* the Three IlrlcMayera & Admr, has de trimmed to dispose ofthe remaining ''pei',anft, each \filwueCII; l
comfort, of Traveller may require.BlaVeiy four Slone sl7Linotts.Application' V Aug. 29, 1833.-23.-8t._ seta of the back volumes at a very reduced I lumulM handkotre III yvcll b* vaktllc,
+ J. SIMMONS. should be made to the price wt halfyniy of the origiiul&aub criptipn. jl
early- 1NUT1CE. and not :t Jany. 3d 1833t4If.$100.I1E1VAIflI commanding officer of the Yard. the He thus often to Library Companies -I of those. ti l.o paiunire the work. "i
Id Tho Mobile' Register and New Orleans IS hereby given that Cooks for receiv Reading, Rooms and to
gentlemen j The price ct the Lltra.y' Mil Lc/rc-dole :
., Bulletin will ing-eubacriptions to the capital stock of collections of books
please publish the above forming err opportunity )per-annum payable ndvnr.ce.
Jail of Monroe tlie, Southern life
from the Insurance
ESCAPED District of Florida four time*,.ueekly,-and forward their accounts .ill be of purchasing twenty large & extrtrmery A commission of VO per cent, will te allowed ;:
Southern: pany opened at the office of Thomas vduablea.iseeianeoua'volumtes
Oils -
to office for ala
of S. SIM- payment.Oct. Douglas in price f> agents | and any spent, or pott- {
the JAMES the
name Esq. of St.
city Augustine,
a prisoner S4th, 1833,=33.-tf. far below their cost or value ; an opiairtu- muter furnitbing. five subscribers and re-
MONDS' who was committed to my cus ou thesctind day of November next at 10 which must-nef-eaaanly bevftlroit duration !;
indictments found the A. M. and will be left ron\limcf pity mittinc the amount of subscription, shall
three by { to
tody' on Notlce open &which
> cannot occur The
c again. be entitled to the commission ul 20per cent ;
grand Jury of enid County, oem the several the of the honorable the time by adjournmentuutU the whole of the
next tel m following terms will not be deviated from or a of the work for one ear 1.
t AT sock shall copy y
charge of murder, piracy, and larceny, Escawbia to be subscribed not exceeding thirty '
court if orders received wiihiiv the
couoif county are A cf the information
present |1' .
and made his escape by mean of fole key be held at the city Pensacola, on the drat days. %. year, 1833. beyond which period the proprietor respecting it may be obtained by I
on the olblOr the Uih init He i* a native Monday of April next I shall apply for the "f1 LOT, CLARK, Mill not be 'bound by the present addressing tbe publishers, .post paid. 1
of New Hartford. (Conn.) a mariner. ** R. RAYMOND REID .
final settlement of the ,Estate Thomas; .. notice. : Address
.gad has been for several years In command deceased and to be dis 7tlO DOUGLAS., ,
and Coramyns, move 1. Sets of twenty complete volume will 'JiCAREY & A. HART. 1
'i'trading andwteeklnp vessels, atone (b1lIm M1Itr..
be supplied in numbers for fe30,00-caidK
tbe schr. of Philadelphui .
commaoded Lydia -
time THOMAS: COMMYNS. Jr.Executor. .-
'2. sets of volume Away t
: .IIe la about thirty years.of age, Notice. twenty complete 4
five feel five drsltlnchet high,baa a down Oct. 10th, 1833.31.TUB .- ALL persona indebted to the Estate of 'catty half bound inn blue "r red morocco the N

cast guilty look'dirk ..l1oweomplexion, I COBU deceased are requested 0,00 cabh. mu
but from close confinement for several subscriber: hasrrmoved; to the to make immediate p'iyinentandthose havi The purchaser who order bound seta Ji.FROlthelubtlCriberoll

It'' rf- month bad become t somewhat pale, Store adjoining Messrs. Jerii lag i cluim ararnst ratd estate are requested may have his or her name printed iu goldon I is
,,"'-.ba a remarkable tear on hU head & some son & Foater where all orders fordothing to present their accounts properly attested the bock without any- additional g".
'"ears about his face. He U well known in will be punctually attended to -4, for settlement charge. w and spam m dev\lii. upper front teeth lofet.f&0 .

JCew York where hU wife's connexion rep D. A. NORTIIROPT BENJAMIN COBB Tbe Muenm content eon dtts of the } u ill be given for deb fertn, him to &lU'1 I

:-, '\Ide.. 183:1.-12.-31.: AdfninlstrMOr bat selection from the euUre range of or $23 if lodged in any. 'jail, so
1 will give the ahove'retrard if he U ae u- tltl'l3Ott&. July 18, 1835 .18.-8t. Drittah POriodJcaJU\entn"'J llevle., E. .may get him.
ted In any Jail In the United States, or the for Sale tff Kent. JPtor I'ale.A gays 1 Ides. asaertA Poetry 4c.. aDd Wmaa) em- JOHN B. BAHAN.
fame reward with all reasonable expense subscriber win tell or rent his p11autall be that DO periodltal e- Dlackwater, Nov. TUi, 1B335.tf.
w1>' Darouche for
THE one two hones
t.d eU eyed tO ute at Kty W t L for the Toll Bridge, on the 1 erms 0 month credit.or published retain lu interval, or thatthey Notice. ,
TlU1MAS EASTIN, mouth of the Dig Bayou, front the first day back volumes bear the *ame-r lalive
,\)1. 1L
CIJASE. obtained Let-
value due Museum. HE undersigned having
t U. & Miitniuu aa rp
of moderate
January next, on.cry temu
Sept._ jCtb I833.-28.-tf. twentyvolumesremain.ing.onband JL tile estate of
Weal The back sett of Teclaineutary on
July 23,1813. (3.1-tfl those wishing trade .
,:Xey to can apply personally :- '
t .. are not numerous and Jullen La valet, dectasad, hereby noti i:*
Notlee.V(11IE u there can be great bargain if applied LANDED from the Schr. Rose-ln-DIooiu rerapidlygolagolC'
i indebted
sale Addresa All persons whom said estate *
undersigned having obtained LetX for early to WM. A. DELL it Barrels Oranges ADAM. iVALDIC, ed for settlement; and all person iudefatr
Urs TeatamenUnr on:file .estate ofDedro 28. tf. 4 do. PAila elpkia. to said estate will be ex pec ud to make lu>
JDtta lB33. Lime
Bept *
tAl de Alba, deceased; hereby notify all mediate
toeraons having claim agtinst Judd estate, ". Notice. Th w 200 oeonnuu.t Notice. paymentJOSEPH BONIFAY.

'' to present th.m properly attested forsettle- "' UF. ondcmigned'.fives-notice that ; '0. W. BAI1KLEY pURSUANT lo an order heretofore made S .** .V

ta.nt and ail person! indebted to' said estate $JL be April terra of the boa the County "Oct.-24th 133.3L. XT by the hon., tbe County Court will Aug. gO, tu..-ft.;

are required to make Immediate p yne1' -: Court EacambU County lie will apply Warm & told Baths proceed to cell to the highest bidder for T __

,* i for a final settlement of(be Estate of W. II. ATthe Barber' Shop c '&t door twbe cub the following described.Lot or piece i Notice.

i e. JOHN ALBA L&TADYEa COMPTON deceased' and move-.. to* be dis of l'enwcula.tVANTED of ground belonging to the estate of Marianna i THE undersigned having obtained Lett
I charged. ttouifay" to with tba one half to"utot .. RICIID. J. COMPTON.. JSrr. : to purchase a good MULE. one trundred and iixty-five and the Cobb dcceAced hereby give dice
)$ ..-3I_ 6th 1833.. -SO. v Enquire at this office sail
Oct. 10th. Sept adjoining balf of Lot cumber two hundred I to all prison baring claims-,air.tt;
IJJfANK Coalth1 C lIndalave A N Election by the Stockholders of LIe Sept Itfih. Jw.tL and eight Id the north aide of Iniendentia r eauie to' pteaect them properly' durst

+ anlt c11tI. DUb or ladings1M JtjL Union n.u Bead company of Florida, --7 2WI' C1t1Tai S- street. 8aJ to tab plav hi \he.CourtHouse !edht etWewentalld; to all person inctctdiO -

J 11111e ULUiirieenxiirectors for the ensuing year, or T eTullcAatiet door-on Monday the JOLla day of November aid estate, to make immeduiie pa-
;. tj
'!DeeclIt 1t ofDe Vui be hel ai Tallahaweti uo the firt Monday Oaxtttt and Central Ad- next c meat .

," :Sa j tJlUucca Jaauhit, and Ta4V1' in January 1834 ttrtittr. MARGARITA DB LA AUA ISAIAH COBII.Arlauiieirt. .

h-1oUJ 85etUlnnle, By order of the Board. TilE undersigned propose te publish Ermtrix. 'I" .,aeon.Kept. .
tCr aal of I Tallahassee Oct. 94th, 1833.-34.-lf. City of Tallahassee", Florida, a Oct: 17ik, l639.-83. 4t ...i dth, 183&C' -.2Q-L

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