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The Florida watchman
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048572/00004
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Title: The Florida watchman
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Knowles & Hutchins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Middle Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1838
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in Feb. 1838; ceased in Feb. 1839.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 8 (Jan. 6, 1837 i.e. 1838).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Florida wathman and Tallahassee literary gazette
Succeeded by: Tallahassee star

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4-;-. '' % without some to keep thee in'countenance;
an unit in aggregate ; a simple in compos-
-Epistle i.te; come With me into a Qtuaker's cet-
To a Baclielldr Building a IIouse.- ing. N(, til.,.-rl. tlur.'. mnaught-caballing,
Light up tile scene, the airy chambers fill, unrmischievous syniod convocation with-
Com.placcnt smile-one thing is wanted still, but intrigue parliament without debate !
Wealth, houses, lands, may be within control, what a lesson dost thou read to council and
One linle void disquiets all the soul, to consistory!' My' spirit hath gravely,
What arc the shady trees, and what thie grove, felt the wisdonr of your custom, when sit-
If the dear birds are absent which we love? tirg among you in deepest peace, which
Their jocund sound enlivens all the scene, sonc outswelirng tears would rather non-
Ard gives a livelier eauty to the green. firm than disturb, I have reverted to tihe
Thus though thy mansion rise superbly chaste, ties of your" beginnrngs, and the sowhrigs
4 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ o . ".. orthe seed by Fox and Dewsbury. ;tqhave
In just proportions of a classic taste, of.the seed Fox ad Dewsburv. Ihav
, --,- .. .. ;witnessed -tht, whiln hbrougnt'befora my
If there thy bachellor steps design to roam, witessd that, which br-ought before y
,',wii dou s ,e a os hu n-, a eyes your heroic tranquility, inflexible to
'Twill do.ubtlcss be a house, but not ahoine.. i. .. -.
ryprtt thing, tlIe rude jests and serious violence of tine
A, cage may be a very plretty'thing, i "ir r r
A-. ye n- be a insolent soldiery, re'pubhican or royalist,
But what's ac;ge if there's no,bird to sing? ^ .^ I ^
~ut har a ~gcif iree'saobrd o sng. senft to molest you ; for ye sat betwixt tire
'1'>cn listen to these strains diviirelyvst- fin-e of two f
te ~ruflne oescotounngpersecultions, tine' outcast arid
The wise should not be deaf of chum-ei amid po men-v. I
Ob how cast thou with stoic heart defy have scein tre r- eehig se-'u;ln d r, ,.mh', had
T.eaera2iantfires that break from woman'seye wandered into your mw,.p"',i-l,., with the
Thoselooh.. now fierce, now gentle asrthe dove avowed intcntioiof disturbing Vour quiet,
A'd all the lig.'t artillery of love from the very spirit of the place receive in
Stand fortlithou."tr itui., thr Ou1een ofIlea7ts, a mdroent a new heart, and presently sit
SAnd be alone a eBaetlOr of Arts.. among'ye as a lanilb amidst larnbs. t re-
' Sutinittchiy oul to all It. "e sweet alarms, member Penn before Is accusers, and Fox
Throw off thy rebel patol,.y of arms.' in the build-. I, \\lr, he was lifted up in:
See from the bow the dazzling" arrow part, spirit, as hlie tells us, anrid the judge and tihe
'Cleave the bright air andttrike the to the heart, jury became, as dead men under his fet.'
Oh! if thou art not conscious of th16 steel, Surely, no place can be so fit in which
Vhy then-why then thou hast no heal .t to feel. to approach God, as that where, by the ab-
- ,(...., ,___ i schce of all art anid pompous decoration,
~'St @t "our minds can rest without effort upon Himi
.. alone. The Saviour went into a moun-
From Me Knickerbocker, tain to pray ; but as, for social pur-poses, .
Frricids-William IPenn. ad the effect of-examrple, we worship to-
'Tri land of VWilliam Penn is the only gOethfe' we necessarily use some house;
soil niot purchased by the blood of the na-. but it weru shelter it were never so simple.
ties. A feeling of peace canle.over me, Kirke White Sz-.'J "
as I thought of this, and called, tomind the Go thou to the hioiss pfjl ,.".:',
scene where hlie is represented as ti.:.-.tiug .- n "e woodlands willror
[ r .. It woo dhle%,OInmIds Will rep~t'.'
withi'the Indians. The desig- is ma-mfi- .n g"i,
...m. u. ..a e e n Perhaps there could not be a place whirc
'owor firm Iusthave'been the principles the mind would be more 'forcibly struck
of that man. !I What a religion that must with the idea of an overruling Providence,
."I,- -than in'a desert, with te stars shining
"De, whichI fortifies a manto go without ar- hn a dsrt, wth te stars sni
........... ....: :,ebrightly Over head, and not a sou-nd or ob-
moor r shield into the midst of a savage ver head, ad ot aound or o-
tribe, relving upon'the efficacy of h1is- own Ject eetng tIe senses. A man kneeling
uty of 'purpose, and te dignity of his upon the sand, withii.head uncovered, and
sentimentnt, to protect him .. I How nuch hands raised to- heaven, in suptiancc, is to
Posent brlets, to protect& '. .. ,, .w rn.,-, ..
s .uc, l,...i,.i...ubc -,ord-the daringof tine y mind a-scene perfectly devout. Man,
S\var.iri! 'T.' one uIs moral, the other is- :n such a case, oflers the nearest appear-
p c ourage. Is there i all history ancee of what lie is, in comparison with
puhygei l'courage. Is there in allhisor"
Sramcter that ap.pr-oace eaner to the God.- On ttihe one hand, there is a being
"a 'Oi atractor that approa-e,4, e~arer to th-e .
ha r of. ..Chrrist thani h.. is.' -s we- sitting upon his throne among the stars,
-en-ar-Icer oI -thrit thIan .ils'?- H its wea- st- ... ..... ..0
Sons were1 n-uc.,ss and hove ; ire wet. governing all things by the arm of ris will;
P o o n s w e ,r e e tc ,l o a n d -, o v e ; h e W e n t 10 P .e r 0 a e .I.
-about d,. ,,in good; he '-endured adversity on the othOer, a speck of creation, withnot
"Ilth patic.ce, and wiu.l have suffered power,save what he derives froin the good-
.artyrdomn for hrv faith. His fame is tire ness of his Maker ; tne one is ai ll :I V,
purest fame ; there is not a blot upon his- a Ind glory, ai.d iit ; the other all weak-
P1 "'-- "-1-,os-and wn rounaeadby 'xuxr'y
character, His principles the principles tess .a 'a ., :Sroudd by luxury,
'of peace, which are ,,tIinI.' to be the pnn- rollIlgin. wealth, and, thie purchased een-
ciples of tie whole civilized world.Thus sigmis of command, man thinks hiimi.J a
much he was in tihe advance of'his age.- God. W at. a.bfool
As I louc,.dl oilsoil ofPenn, I determia-n Whercver th-e Quakers are numerous,
e, 'I,. ou-t a in..one -in some community -or suti-icently so tolorni a distinct class in
ed'utO",-w"OK odta '/.onieIn sorlne .coni-iu-n ity )' ,.. .
o 01 e society, they minake every thimr plain about
Th .1k.. -r'-.;h-.vebeentie sal :," m m '' hI, .. Their neighbors fall i-to the.r ways
liu1s -t.lt. P.hi'dljhia ,.,'s almost eve- -atte9d their fi-.,s. first from curiosity,
." ",a,',' + re~sthen- from choice,--lind ,''aI ,1'become
rythi ,g'to'them. Tluic ordc-ro' itsstreets. then .from choice. -ni .-i-a -.ecom
11 / ;. r P ( . onVerts to~thel-i" Dben.-.I"lf- l nld ,, e a
is La~.tuKer eu-blen ; its file nmalket is sup- .onvrts to-heir e. ... n. because
lid by them, a nd conigumcd by them; for they find so much happiness creeping over
'pliedby them d. -b they ',6, .
t not ha.rd 'drinks they are tr-ge therm unawaresfromn their intercourse with
'caters. ,. this sirnpie people. I doubt veiy meruch if
T~tes -st '... fourished amid cont i they ever atteript the act of proselytisin,
!.Thlis -see, hs lourisae'd, mand continues Y. ., .P . . .
to exist,m spite of paty disputes. It must ay afaftier than by. tie effect of. their ex-
'b expected that.l, e u .,, -, c g, apl. I doubt very iruch, if any Anrier-
o e pe teh, at hey w ill Uti,"" i i li.c ". .." -
like the rest of the o:.d,. ,u- ar- i ca can say, that ie ever heard a Quaker
like the' rest of heTie Wllf )" are in ,
s -ine "1 1ur "ov. tn cantIs ,ruI cominmence a religious discussion, or which
SOlrke n,,l~P' osing the cantism tr'ir ., "
some~a~r-slsin~hecIss the, san lhin^. a barbarous reviling of '
lan',gage, and tire apparent caumtism other is thrsame I:,,. a barbarus revii of
dress g; bct the lOSe .ic1. l thir lr all who d ie ifer .-m him in o.pinion. Meet
idess; i.. -r- -and os ,-,,, I br-lothr,, them weli re vou will, in steamn-boats, in
,.-- s.,---..u -,. :., .::..., stages, in U loteLs,.in the streets, oil their
love, charity, quietness-oflife,'thc.ughtsbv y s I.a otrh, i t.ire ,s.t ., ......e t
'th,.lmlr3IeVO5 ; seasons wI: -ii GodI enters nd u y k f orn tlneimre uirutliu..- i-m_..: o will
er ..ade, tieasoul wt -..-, is ever find them the same.upright, mindepen-
ove' rva, ote .sol withi. loe- r pa ...,t is. e-dent, hospitable, charitable, unassuming
o f ,. .... m a t'fe* people. No; their converts are made by
'lT e l t tp. r' tI s *'I> o tlie ed r r r
rcation oftheir children, i a treble feature labors of 'love their wholc lives are spent
Steir system. Te kind of discipline i ove to all mankind.

nation ; they revote teir time ch efly to mon- thee, d inem e Tariks, t ;
the matl.e.yIm a,-t ami, d the to nkur1i scic-ces te, estnale r-l n!
and nea-rly the same is pursued by bot Wo o' Go I- b e r
bthey< anir grls uThey arethe best survemy- oc mr o t
ami nr'-,'n .'r ....h an. -. It wvas in a sarah settilcnrnenrt of this quni-
... aset... ..nD-i "- an. tsect, that I fixed my residence. Chance
Te woen ofPe sylvaniaact conspic- determined mv choice. I was travelling
uous parts in the drama of life. Quaker fo ot and
women and Dn1h women, they labor;.-.. one evenimegtg a bout su'isetafte
hev relieve th uands from roc Jun e ing llyt hea ithenk
tcyo-- eleethey e hus ds .fr Vi'to h ag"district oftDutch settlers, none of
troublesome small matt,':sneih as taking ,,vlio ,ew (-mu'li E,"ir-lI, to dir-ct e
entire care of the house and children ; cul- on yroa I Came to a pleasant little vil-
tivatirnglhesauee-garden; tenmding tme shopt. A the tanks of the :rive--. Stop-
'vhile the man is making ih,: articlesto be -c "" t n,
sold; going -to' market ifl necessary, and ut scene, I was enjixmng the erosp'et' be-
s iol lmihe assistants ; for servants are un- fr i njoying ir s.mtought be
ore, anad inilulichoin sc.Iwastrughtsta s
known aong tt e Quakes, and te Dutch o r toa jaded ad uhiipv mind, when
help themselves-.' s t, ". ... .
In "ue r' of t S -an ,' an it *.., i.ri lump1 ':_ the externals of that peace
Inl tlhe \'ll-.V eo the S q'.1I ilan,.'.li and i ; ; -^ ,. -. in exci .ement .ad'change .
:Schuyhlkill, time richest land. ir the state, thie at i suppose I said or sung aloud cn
Frien s have created almost a. paradise., Id
-TI-mo whole face of the country is a succes- '.ow cair could I rest i thy bosom of shade!'
sion'of farm after farm, cultivated with the when a voice, close by me, said:
neatest care. Your eye is cheered, as you 'Thee is' weary, friend ; hast travelled
pass through this delightful region, \yithi far? 1 will'show thee a place to refresh.
vilhiag': full'o4 plenty,an d -arlltheir exter- b'Oth body and mind, if thee has a taste for
'tiaS of happiness. You are:now b-, r, rm-lpi luu-.\ ,'--r and shade, as would seem by thy
lue-il Iby the coolness of the shade and the: rhyme.' .-
rurality: of tle scene, beneath a group: of When I looked at the-face of tine speak<
"otoucts ani elms. A iow; plain ,iiilimin er,'I did tnot much wonder at. tthe familiar-
'stamids rnidtl'v -a himtl'- lihrmer ,-,r as if it itv of'his introduction, for he -seen~ed to
had set- itself down there, to e'*-,:apl': hu:- have ,' Friend to the whole human race'
.noise, ani dust. and observation, of tli':- st-.i ip-.i ui i ii il, ru-s> He was a
*rrteier. i isi Fi mi l'-place of wor- tall. wehl-made man, of about fifty; dness-

shipping-God. -if you enter, it, you will -edwith extreme. neatness .and care, Al-
Sfind a'leat array of pine seats, washed a,. th,','muli strictly Quaker.,in his garb, the
. while as a plained board thie llo-r sandled, elhoth- of his coat-wa's of the finest texture,
the windows clear nl tranrspar,-nt. Yon and-his hat had that peculiar a-ir.'of wealth
are chrmnJed within the elegance of thelic strict-, being of the finest'bea-Ver,, and a little turn-
est simhplicity.''r" : : *... edup behind, froni iis collar, as if ie. was
'-I.'AWouldst tIhowknow, says thIe tholihlit- accustomed to look uprather than down.
hl 'llhia.' 'wvhat true pace and (uiet mni- He wore a .cane, and had, a basket upon
. woudlsi thou tind a relhftiu from ilthe nise-; his arm, filled with wild flowers, taken within
- nridrlamors of the mrltiitude ; wounLdil lniLI the root.-.: : .
-enjoy at once solitude and -,oietv-; wnuhlt -After lhad ,hiirk.'d him for his offer, and
'thou possess the deplh of th- o%,own spirit in accepted s invitation, as we walked to the
iti lnress, without beinr shut out fr',n the- v llu ic-e, he continued his remarkss,: -
'consolhiiorv ti.tces ofl thy species .wouldst We have. no -inri m the villag,, asthis
thou be alone ;-and'vet 1oiiparni',d 's--oli-' is.not-'a'teamed road; but .thee could hirve
tir..,.y,.t nt. dl,:..0-'tt,:. sSir,,u r,.5tli.'not flbuhd-a.-waelcome ifthee v.-,. :.:- it, eith

any one. We are glad not to betroubled tim to his stomach. The world is mista- titn; they d,.trinT:i,-,l ,,, all ;ithir neigh- The- lowing-. i,;,,:- are apI.l.'d nn, [
with the noise of a tavern in our place, ken upon the subject of intemperance, in bors. Ad the ,,.-i,,.!rs -,',,i. res- ir after nerve i-la' t
for they beget sottishness and idleness. A my opinion. -I believe it a disease; and ponided't6 tire cil.- hill 'oti,:;l was f IraIe is a mingled Aquiverhg-wih
marl can always go to ar inn with a 'tip' by this view, I am enabled to account for soon gathered: The .--ubict unrderwient agony.. l-r"
.in his pocket, and find a welcome, when ten thousand of brilliant and noble souls, grav.:,,,.|I,.,.,.,.-,:ii .:,ati,-,n. Nu,_,r, ,:,,i- Will you renounce Ch'. "
.i ll i s c I I A l l W il l -y o u ,. rI h l ieno u c h ~ ar tl v .
he could find one no where else. People that fall powerless under its ravages. To ed 1 ing i,. a. ,-,as .,- the guardianship of 'No-! feebly ex-faimsthexhausted suf-
will always be industrious, when they can- create a drunkard, you must, in the first the newcder' But atlag,,i.ed that what- f.er, 2- -
not find a place to l)be idle in, and company place, destroy his natural stomach; andto .evr'-was done should be-done l.'aln._- T -l.e ,iJn to his death; :' '
tobe idc with. Idleness is the root of all reform one, you need something else than And it was-uir,.,ri-lvresovedd toicall Andasflie father isili ,yr
evil,; and so I have taken to gariening, to mere abstinence. Nature cannot well hold in the pirper ahilli,.ric'-:. to be beheaded, he-trns his lanUid ee
employ the time my boys and girls spare out, if unassisted. It is asking too much Soon the ,r.,d ,,around thee db06 was to his n .,ly, and ays, ty tha
me. These flowers will soon plume thenim- of him whose soul and energies are alrea- joined b)y the posse coinmitau-s, and every' ,:nldir, to tihe -end shall be saved.' H1"
selves along side the budCs and blossoms in d.y wasted, No ; he needs care and med- precaution used to "havU the proper steps forgets himself and his own agony in khi
n garden I love my garden. Does thee ici;.emedicine for his mind and medicine taken decently and according to the forms solicitude for his wife andhis ehildrn
like plants' lor his body: On this account,] have paid of law. All .cmedt,iA.]I ii,. importance And as the axe lalls pponh is eck, ilips
A little posed witi my new acquaint- great attention to the physical education of, the occasion. E-{e-'tlre vtr.nr police are nov in prayer ha il'may
anc, (for Iliad never encountered a Qui of y adopted children; ,il,,, care that officer, li'-ugh calm. l c.- l el :.-U sustained
ker bcfo6re,) I thought it prudent totake a an they alwa-s breathe pure 'air,and that touched 'with sympathy f.r ilu. diAnd.d w-Ad the^motie?- nd.l beforethet
as a matter 6' course, -anrd so I talked on tleir blood should-never staate foir want ntiiknow. .: :- 'li "i d.,,- h.I.v wil ,m- naer-s.-
with my f,.ieMd of-an hour's ^,->,J,,,d ) as if' of( .-, .-.- .. .. Be hi -s : ,^ ^ .'^ : ... .^ ,,
with mI l friend of hour's -.:II -,. asifof .h.e. "Be -..u. _- .:- .ch-I ill ,itl',at. dure this trial ?' The mother s heart is a
I ha h...hrisson-and companion for years. The Quakers view all defelictions inthe --die"-said one.. tempestof uhforet i ind h
1 q tem pest of a i,-, u ii h for Ithel f ;e, ul., lnJd u h-'
And it did not requil-re much effort to do 'world's people,' as they call all v.1 ,,,u "'Tis ,v..-lvn.p,'por thing!i" ein'uV- ter at her sdi. And as the wheel rush-
this for may heart warmed with recipro- their op s as thie resnit bttheir- faul-. :-d f,,,l.,.. "Feel-'ti's varm. See! there' es her limbs, and the flesh is torn from her'
calt kindness "toward the good man, who ty education. .' They have much charityv it iii., -" bo-es her only cr is, u God ofmercy
had givenso pleasantatrain tonmy thoughrts, ifor the errors of the young of other deornmi:- Mv heartbleds for.th-e little sufferer," help mychildren.' '
and so kind a-welcorme to my vearinless. nations : and indeed a very .reasonable feel- -added a .,,l. '-- -i.. the ldier. n. I ruil-ii"] with rn". d
she odier nmlaM ,_l-.ed w ith rage, drag ;
MY. companion. i,,.d the factotum of ing for all errors, in young and unformed '" As no one p':,n..;"o'b eb' : father I.,(le: v h nt 1, .1,'k, ,an the next mo-:
the place. Ever-y qne we met hlad some- minds. They believe th:,- vice and mise- this child,"-gravll. I ,.,., :.I :-police of- m,-nt er headless- trunk lies .y the side of
tIling to ask of him, andl he appeared thIe ry grow out of i ,.--.I ,-- the innocent ficer, "we must ti.,rr:.it uti- Ir'br.rn cea- l'inat .i l her husband.
general dispenser of all kinds of advice. fashions, to appearance-of a pleasure-lov- ture to the poor-house.: --Gentlenien .! you Andnow i,, dalfrrfghter takes the stand;
In ,short, I found myself in the company ingworld. They attribute the errors and 'will Ili,,,r iUr,, that. -'I ivw act for the- trembling., fnning, praying, she clings to
o f i lh e o s t e i l e b r 'a t e d 7 e h r1 1,t e ',to lS o f m f il0{ e s e e d shth e h va ru r" d
of the most celebrated preacher of the day, vices of men tbthe seeds thei parents sow town, ahd assume'irnthis unfortunate case, her Saviour. But as the wheels perform'
in the denomination to which lie' belonged. in their infancy. Is not this the- truth ? no personal responsibility." ..- their dreadful work,'and the piners tear
Thle house, at which we soonr arrived, Wi i,.,,. tie contamination of the city? Having.thus fortifiedhimself in a prop- her youthful limbs, onedreadfulshriek pier-
was deli-ht-fully situated on a gentile de-, Because there are- te allurements held out er manner, the-venerable and cautjous of- ,-.* r- ..v-ear, and a frantic cry o the re-
elivitv, I h-,1, to the river. I. .. pine to .the young, to distract -their minds, and ficer ei.-: ,-.i ,,;iims, tire long tow bag.- nunciation-of Christ escapes her lips.
trees, the tallest I ever saw, except in the make then loathe simplicity and quiet. Tirhe n.ight.lwas-dark and cloudy; 'The '.ir I.li'-cry-was.'sbt ttrdeliriu of- her
forest, shaded tirhoe front yard. In the gar- There are held.out -the food for thle pas- dap m, and the lantern in use revealed to agony. or re the rtur-s la-e tim
den which stretched.behind the house to a siong of our nature, not intended to be call- thIe spectator the anrxiou-s countenances of 'hn ,-i "'l .i.. r r .-nounce her re-
e. i-il, I.I.. Ill,. distance, every plant w.as of ed out until age I. given prudence to those lpresent.- 'Cnvjnced: that the-, o, iig.,cai.m. --he ,.r-i. hirforforiveness.
the kind which gr.' wdild min the fields, counteract their injurious impulses, but con-aitieda a living I,,i ., he c-refully de- She dings -to her Saviour -and in contri '
Every thing about the establishment bore which, by an early and filt precocity, ", i.d ; fro'm itst i,, h '.i g placeI Ition th: h;r .-'it",v a' Ialmost ucon-
-thire- mirks of domestic cultivation, proved bane and poison to our city youtr aid i,.-.. I his way tibii- receptacle ofl sciot dcil. it ',,I; ,,in, andterif le-
I was shown, soon. after my arrival-, to Ask young men themselves, in those-hours poverty. At tri" 1-.1_ i, : oS., piv 0,,' i.r.. Iitl, her .* .-0 ,-,ii,"ni- y ,,dI ntheunearth-
a room, furnished with all the convenien- ofsickness.and pain,and solitariness,-which- a benevoleht and i .-,- Ou- 1,- tr. i '-r lv determination with w"ichs he invites
c.3 for removing the marks of my dusty always eome to ti. followers of pleasure' du.s'.--t.1 "that something might be nreces- .them to. finish their work' They do finish
journey Water flowed into my basin by to relnid them of thie darler lot which sary to be done the imediae rlief of it; terribly they finis t Andte od
journe:0 .. ayto be done 1:;."-the imnmedibl.-:relief of it ; terribly tlie inish An t- sq- .. .
turning IT and llneanx wit as snow.' awaits them, and they will I II you of the the sufferer,andthat an early exainatio of the l-h.i axe upon ih bu-k
tu rmin u_ iaeeta t -e: + 'l y' d .x a. } n inn lio n of .-th e aiJ t~x e u pno n [ieh -) ,, --. 1 1
was at hand to dry hrdskisc. A1 rwas con- rock onwic they split. They can trace' mur.lt discover its wants." Arid let it be not died awa. iii-' famil' of marf-.
venient andluxurious, wJ~tlut thIe display thire steps of their- t,.- :. hey have nev- said' to thr. pirni.-? tlhat'this l,1 aci [,li',th,,r-Ilr tyrs are reunitei ;n r."-ir Saviour's arms. '
of expense, or a prodigal 'isuse ofti i otrow tie early les-sons of their child well n.w- : -,:,, iIwthV tIel feeling heart But let us leave this dreadful sCene, not
of God. l ; f ood they know w hat virtue is, arid they .of the veteran police oflmcer, fotr verily does 'forgetting that for .days arid-weeks and
Summoned by my attetive host to the ,ove it in the abstract; but there force of sympathy 'and thle law-walk together!- months this bloodv perrsecition raged with
tea-table, I found the board'sur'rormded by tImgpiation has been too great for l,,:,,, Doubly gratifying, therefore,- was it o:thei 1iha,",-irh rapi'dity ; and that i'..-, very
a bevy of healthy children, all ready to take and they havc.falon, 'blessed with file best beholder, to mfark'the tenderness which at> tr'riig,- by the fo-tltud with wich they
w l ..I e LI ...I "'; I I b y i eu w ith .h h t e
their places. His wife, and a young wo- capacity of doing righrt-,' victims to the tal- companies every part" of this procedure' wer-e endured, r,,rijliii-lied 'converts to li"
men of eighteen, made up11the company. lurements of the world. Iumaiitv -' "..... ,,l i "i! lt Saviouri
'Thee is welcome, friend, l said the matron ; Now the Quakers know all this, for -A conyvenrieit room wa- soon obtained.' .- Let us-go friom thep;l:,v ice'to tie cap-
younr-iglay IIA er."adunnecessarilinoto eistg
and thie og-lady bent her head, in to- though hot of the world, they are still i Untie ti, b., ..I' -Im 'ili% unnecessarily itol. It .is a Roman holiday.- Let-us- o
ken of fvelcome. rThere was no introduc- it, surrouided by its coniagions, and dis- said.a by-stander,-as the'precious bundle to the .Co'iseutn, A-hndred' iluusgd
tion; no aflfcted cord'iality ; no studied gusted by its frivolity. Hence their char- was deposited on a table. spectators o,.., 1 its vast amnpitheatre ris-
courtsey no looking-glass graces. Tihe ity for the errors of the young, viewing "See! see itsill moves! There's h i l aove rii almost to the clouds:
children did' not stame, nor appear avwk- them rather as diseasesthey could hardly vet," added another,- as .he steadied i,. i';l Iuk. alffamished li"n?'re.-..,"ill. 'lum1 ,
ward. Tihe-'hospitality of my entertainer have avoided, than as voluntary acts of bag. :- :. -.- -- tiie avenue, il.ii-irg lhiv- r ierte r v-:sU' i,-
was too common to excite surprise." evil. People generally do not know what After much troubled., Ih,;: iI' I,,-ri n.r',:,d the .uiiiihiid.., bi-y..'d their.reah i lhi,: il-
Our repast w N- such as an epicure might' good these kind folks do. IHow-manhy fingers of the veteran officer,the gordibn' patience of the cou1tIes. thro6g, is maii-
envy and -inll it was healthy and simple. heIarts tRey fortif ;' *v ,. n souls tliey knot that confined theibag was-loosed. .Cu- fested.by loud iinurnurs, ,like the noise of,
Fruits of all kinds, appropriate to the sea- save; how many dissolute they reform : riosity was now on tiptoe. -When'- ud- many waters, as the 'r-.' -t.I sport is do-
sonr, milk in a variety of forms, anid bread, what blessings, they scatter oVer tile hills derlly a white sb-sta'zueg' liot wildly -by the layd., .
suclhsPennsylvaniawheataloneproduces, 4of Pensylvarrnia l, inmates of thi room,; 'and -made for tr:e AN iron door on i-bne side.of th "ar\,\.
wiTh the lielp'of Quaker cooks, made up a -..'-- door-' : ... -is_ :t;iUi..Il\ opened. Every 'eye is fixed
nreal hIutri'tious and. agreeable. From the Boston' .. i Post. Various v-.., there opinions-,-.1 ,'rii upon it. A female is thrust in,, ai-d the
Te humorist among ltire Quakers, is a A Torn Jones' Cos.--It was about he the nature of thie aw. 'rp' that passed door ,1.,v. Thereis a growlnd arushr
very common character. Free from tire evening hour,' when all but philosophers, before thie eyes of those present- Some andhe-lr.hm's r,'?,toniintoa lh,' .-midpie-
trammels which -bind the majority of 'the and poets, and lovers, commo-uly began to said it was a-Scotch warlock ; others iain- ces. aid cru,,l)-..I -,:.uh the teeth of the
world, tv the ties of custom, fashion, and feel thire want of '* tired nature's sweet i-r- tained that such things did riot exist in these 'contending lions. One shout from ,the
r,..g-ird for tile multitude, the Friend finds storer" that three maidenly damies sat gos- days. Most persons,' however, believe vast mAn'titude, louder than b'ocean's tem-
himself botrn to so remarkable a situation, siping around thire embers of their departing that the ca-e of" the great t consternation pest, -renidsthe .aii, when anain te door is
so severed frnom these restraints, that'lre fire. f,,'-, had dwelt togetheii in the ofthie spinsters, tihe gathering of thie neigh- '":' Iui id another, victim is thrust in for
gainsr or raii:r' is born to, a great degree viable state' of blessed singleness, long e- bor-s-the assemblin of tlrepo.sec.,. .... "i. tlrir sport. hiat isthe c-rime of the suf,
of moral courage:; anrid Ie does what his. enough to have entitled them to a boon tus, and thecxibitionofso much beevo- frers ? Theyare Cristians. Thy av
fancy dictates, within his ideas of what-is coipanionsip with Mr. Weller's"camo- ence, was no otherthan the simple act of renounced te idol godsof Rome, and a
right, feardessly and independently, mile vounrg ladies of hi -; !--.." They holding in durance vile, 8.n uncomIton- bccome the disciples of Jesus.
XWMLLIAMI GAIUIE'rTS, tIIe name of my new enjoyed health ad competence, 'm of ly peaceful, and unusually laige-WHITE But lot us turn fror thisdrea i
acquaintance, possesed wealth enough to. friends, arid hadwithal, a fullsupply of pet- CAT. -.- cle and go to the gardens. It is ., lovely
place him above want, and a mind that ty scandal. .- evening. Every tree is .i1 within
was too active to slumber 'idly upon down. This worthy trio, out of the abuidance o'" e ston Rcode. ay colored lamps. T .i'.'i the fol-
Hlaviuog lost all his children, except the of their means, were thus enabled, like 6- A T, i""'i .Picture.-I-n. "-""-" .te iage, 'the illuminated palam TuIns niht n-
I a0 =I' I e, illuminated palacetun right in-
yo-ung lady I have noticed, he connected other celebrated charaeter',. to' "screw each early Ihistory of. the church -there is noth- to day. All that Rome. can give ofsplen-
mg tltmme orciby areststheat tonm oo eIr
his dutvyand his pleasure, in devoting much other up" in lively ard (11. mi n irg dis- igthat ore focibl arrests te attention dor r of elegance adorns the walks.-
ofhi.s time in training tihe'minds of his adop- ours. hThey talked of engagements that and appeals the mind, than the terrible suf- Statues crowd the corners and hover a-
ted children, wh o were mostly I,,......- ,T-,iiig already werOe,and of those which were to firings which theearly christians endured round the fountains, and msicofenchant:
of poor parents, in a distant part of the be; of courtships new arid old; of love and over which they triumphed.. Let us inig melody is breathed, as by. magic, fom
country.. Selected by an eye formed to and matrimoyriv; and expatiated feelingly 'for a moment. conteminplate'tlrim"j. Ir.v rv arbor and grove.
judge "correctly of physical 'c'ndowmcrnts. on tile speculative advantages'of maidenly. Go with me to the provi ee of.Bythia. But .what mean those -hlriLkL, hi.,}'o
they amply repaid'his labor and his care, life. While thus enjoying tie full charms Its. ciies and villages are thur..'. .: with now and then rise-above the mu-rmur of
by theirfine intellectual r-r.. -zi,-. aind their of social converse, what should break in chnstisans. Every day witnesseth their the multitude, and with awful discord
interest in his plans. A Imjp_...'r family, upon their chat, but a loud knock at tihe increase, and the temples_ of the II,,ian pierce through mi'n hniriohny ofNero'smost
never blessed the hearth of mani, as it seemn- door! This produced at once nro small un- Gods are abandoned. Pliny is the govern- accomplished bands. ;
ed to mOe. They ,e're so youn1g'vhen he easiness. Had such a bouncing rai been or of that Province, An 1 .'rt <,;. ,.from What mean those bonfires blazin, -so
took thremn under his care, that they were heard in the morning, or afternoon, or in thIe Emperor at Rome, demanding .that brighil. resemblingg the human forn, m con'
not humbled by a sense of i,.f.'_"-d i,, .-,. the early part of the evening, no surprise ( 'hri-nr.i.y be exterriinated that those vulsed as if with pain, and emitting their
but really loved him like a father ; and he would have been experienced. This how- wilio will not ir'n,,r'.ii,.., it, who w;ll riot re- -, r ,'-r .:,.m shrieks ? They are living
in turn, as he confessed to me, felt all the ever, was u-,ii,,.ml, out of season. What flounce it, whio will ..not revile .Chlrist and chnristian, wrapped tu sheets, smeared
true aflection for them lhat he could have could it mean : adore the heathen .:.dJ be put first to tor- with tar and pilth.and biti,:,i,, and fired
felt for children of his own'- For a whril they -irtn.-,! in. nute as- ture andt then to:d'i. It is a command to light tire pathway of Nero's chariot, and
His house and grounds were arranged. tonishment. A\ ,mi,.r thump at tire door from Romen and the arm of. Rome, of ap-. to give b-rrllhia: :. to the reijoieings of the
for the i.nup's':- of his children. The up- soon told then, however, that such a call l',lihuru' power is raised to enforee-it. It population of Rome. -
per part of thie for-mer was thrown into a was not to be slightly passed over. .S..,,,,, makes "the blood run cold to irmagind-the T wer -,: were tie trials of early christi:
large hall, for exercise in bad 'weather.- body may be in distress," they benevolent- conflict now to ensue ; a conflict between ans. The young man-..who tl,..n Lt,.:.:a>,,
This hall extended hllrr'u-l, the whole, ly exclaimed, and they all hastened to the the power of bodily agony .and the stabili- a christian, went to be mangled on,.the
length. of thre lower story, and looked out door. of regenerated harte. Afew of tie timid wheel, and to be beheaded at tie L.,l-
inte a garden; and when the doors were Why I What cart. it be-?" said one as and half converted, shrink from the terrible Young man, wiy do riot you bir:-no a
open1 amid the breeze passed through, it they went back to their room in a twimk- ordeal, and renounce the Saviour. TIe Christian ? A--.-i', wnll.revileme,vou
came loaded with the p.' 11 fi 11,' of flowers ling. 'rd-[ i':m-v:-I llr.,r mu:.l t' 'ten,]r:-,u.r'-,,,.T "repl. give my ireart to Christ, and
and fruits. It's a bag- a long, tow ,ag-hanging fast and pray, and pray aid-,fast. ey consecrate Ih le to iii
The minds of those e-..'. ;,-"I such pure on the knocker of our door," c. ,laiirad thme call upon Christ for help ;-' they-try to en- mingle inn gaiety, and flutter through life
pleasures, and sucking wisdom fromr the second. courage one another,-and look'forward to in *pleasure. Tre Rorannyouth wio joirl-
lips of such a miran, were chaste without It's a cnhld a child! I saw it-heard the hour of trial, with trembling heart, for ed tre church of Christ must endure the
effort, and elevated, not so mnuch from er-, it cry"--said the third in .utter astonish- tear they should not be able to- sustain the utmost of bodily agony, and lay down his'
th.us.asn as fro. n nature. Knowing' ndth- wont. burden they are call'..d to bear. life. If you in isnceriny of heart join the
ino-man .1- i tul i,. vulgar- hearing, After the commotion had a little subsi- Go into the hall of judgmnent and wit- T'ui.nil; of Jesus, you have. nothing to "r-r
nothing vile, with bodies healthy by eonr ded, they looked at the matter somewhat ness tlne scene there. It is moi-ning. Pliny but the jest-of the" wicked.. --" :.,
stitution, and preserved- by simple habits, more cahly. It was a poser, though, for is seated to judge 'and'condemna. Fero- -A day of judgment is ,:,'mmin,-. Am], .thed
uneoritaminated by f'd,,"-.i.,,:,,l a'd excite- this icy community. Such things could be. cious Roman'.s,,lMic-',dila. i, ,, the'ihamll a l.ea'r-rl..)\ inn vooufig. i.' "these "rivi-p

ient, fresh as the flowers that bloomed by. imagined, and read about, and talked of chrinstiar lamily. A l:il-r and.mother leged days mnust.stand by th,'.' side of Ihe
-their feet,- and innocent as' the birds that complacently, and then.-could they enjoy with their son and daughter compose the youthful martyrsof r'(t ii'.. -
waked their mrnrning ,Jrcanr-.they rcaliz- tartjest and merry laugh. But to have ti-emblinlg group.. The -Jhour of trial has Th.. yonnlilr !h:,nm,:, of'the present day
ed to their instructort-the theory, so abus- then brought home to their understand- come. .- .. who now neglect tihe-Saviur, must stand'
edb'v hiitt,.,:lt',orthodoxy,' but now spread- i.-; to have a living, breathing witness, Are you a Christian? says Pliny to tihei in the judgment-by the, side of their Roman
inpg wvidely over ourcountry, that man: is th-iust .into their very domicil, was too father. .-. .., .: sisters ,'who so lded theie Savinr that f6r
not wholly-vile by nature. much ; it. was absolutely overpowering. .I am his;sakethey-wuld:lie(l..,wnUlu"ntheli- ,:,r--
'I consider heali.liofbody,'aidhe,'equal- But it was clear as preaching that somne- W.ill y6ourei-.e C:riAL and. wos'hi lithe turning wheel, and febed- th'r famishdd lion
1ly a-matter of education with the mind. thing must be done-and done quickly.- god1. .' with tei bodies. '.
You mav-educate a child to be a drunkard, Exposure to the damp air might kill the No!' 1" w "will you timeet tihe contrast ? ..
by giving him dainties in his youth, injur- poor innocent. "It was not to blame," Bn.iu m i the binr-t,',.:rlk of torture .- : ; ..)T
irg the tone of: his stomach, and creating they compassionately said. Humanity, Wilh ; ,renoudi .'.v Clk-t '4 .'
an unnatural appetite.. Such a child, when sympathy, duty-,-all urged prompt action. No' .. .. The debt which w1 every iiii
he grows up, never will be satisfied with Evidently some new Tom Jones had dawn- Apply the :" rltuum... ... cur to:oem- uCic-arir. r- tw ee p;rd, on Ills
simple food. His nature, his acquired hab- ed upon the world. Would that some Boine aftor b.,:,- L,:a bc;ks ath'athe account, to our !Ill.,,. e Oreatur:s ; -and rie
it, will be, to crave stimulants; and, unless conscientious Allwortiy could take charge dreadful, wheel. acquittance e to reei'is the w'
he possesses a strong mind, and -cr,:.;-- of his infancy," they added-for the trio Will you renounce Christ?. : ness of angood conseiencei andr thsealWo
stances are favorable, he will prove a vi.- had read Fielding. *After due considera- No groans out tiMe agonizedJ christian.. a.free and .independe .%f-irit .





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S"a(iPenlI"e l ,ellt ir~l*I, raigemients have been made by thie Banks
General Ittelligcnte. of EIngland, in connection with Messrs.
Frorn the New York Corn. Aderlisir, Aril 17. Baring, Brothers "& Co. of London, and
Bank Convention,-This body adjourn-, Mr. James G. King, of New York,,to send
ed yesterday sine die, the Maryland dele- outito the address o(Messrs. Prime, Ward
gration h having withdrawn on Saturday, and & King, of New York, One Million Ster-
several other- delegates returning to their ling, ($5,000,000) in specie. Two hun-
homes oni the same day. The result of dred thousand pounds have already arin-
their deliberations is embodied in the fol- ved by the packets Sheridan'and Columbus,
lowing preamble and resolutions:- and the residue will come by thie packets,
Whereas it is found necessary in order in succession: 100,000 by each.
to simultaneous action by the banks in the It is stated that this large sum is sent out
resumption of specie payments, so to pro- to New York with a view to aid the Banks
cced in design'&tig a period for that pur- in resuming. The American adds-
pose as to seculo. the nearest approach to It is estimated by those who have good
unanimity-and whereas while in thIe judge- means of knowing, that ten millions of dol-
mont of this Convention, the return to spe- lars will be imported before June 1st, and
cie payments and preservation of thie cur- that, without reducing the amount of buh-
rency in a sound condition, will depend lion in the Bank of England below ten mnil-
essentially on the course of the general lion sterling-as the tendency of gold was
government, yet'this convention regards constant from the continent to England.
it as the duty of thIe Banks to make the
effort in good faiith, exclusive of any direct : From the New York Express.
reference to the prospective measures of A notice was put up in front of Prime,
the government. At the same' time, the Ward & King's office this morning, that
convention has been happy to observe in arrangements had been made by the Bank
recent letters of the Secretary of the Trea- of England and Baring, Brothers & Co.
sury, specific assurances of an intention to through the agency of Messrs. Primes and
sustain thie banks so far as it maybe done their partner Mr. James G. King, now in
through the fiscal operations of 'thaflint de- London, to import one million of pounds
apartment of the government- sterling in specie to enable our Banks to
"Resolved, 'That it be recommended to resume specie payment. Ofthis sum, 500,-
all banks of the several states to resume ape- 000 dollars arrived since Saturday. The
cie payments oni thie first Monday of Jan- notice has excited quite a sensation in the
uary next, without precluding an earlier in the streets. Enquiries are now made
resumption on the part of such banks as how this has been obtained; what Banks
may find it necessary or deem it proper." are particularly interested; and how have
The discussions of thie convention have funds been placed in London to pay, as all
been animated and able; and we have rea- these points are important, if the specie is
son to belive, notwithstanding its sittings really going into the vaults of the banks tc
were held with closed doors, that however enable them to resume.
widely the members may have difcred.up-
on other questions, but one opinion prevail- From the Toronto Colonist April 12.
ed in regard to thie cause of our financial Execution of Messrs. Lount 4- Mathews,
difficulties-thie untoward action of tie -This morning, at 8 o'clock, the last sen-
government. Mr. Gallatin, it is stated, has tence of thelaw was put in execution against
signalized, himself by his exposure of time Samuel Lount and Peter Mathews,for high
wretched measures of thea present and last treason. 'They walked with a firm step
administration upon this subject., to the scaffold, and after an imapiressive
There was no difference of opinion in, prayer by thie Rev. Mr. Richardson, they
regard to the high obligation of the banks were launched into eternity. An immense
to resume specie payments the moment concourse of people were present,by whom
they could do so with safety, wvithoutt ap- the greatest order was observed. The
prehensionofa second suspension.and with square in rear of the goal, in which the
a due regard to the business relations of scaffold was erected, was surrounded by
the whole country. The only questions the volunteer corps of provincial militia,
agitated related to the Inaming of a precise now stationed in Toronto.
day for a general resumption. -CorrespondeMce of lhe ..'.',I Erening Journal.
New York, not only from the requisi BFALO JOURNAL OFFICE.
tions of tlie law, but from its own position BrFALO JOUN O CE,
and strength, desired tihe shortest time, and Saturday, 6 P. i1.
Mississippi the longest. Originally, four Dear Sir-I have before the mail close-
propositions were informally entertained, an opportunity to convey to you the latest
naming the 10th of May ensuing; the 1st news from Ioronto. Tlie cars have just
of October: the 1st of January; and the arrived from the Falls, and from Jacob
IstofAprilnext. Thme Committee report- Seibold I learn that he saw the execution
ed in favor of the 1st. of October. The of Lount and Mathews, at that place, on
New York delegates moved to strike out the morning of the 12th inst., at .8 o'clock.
the 1st of October, and insert tile 10th of Petitions had been sent to Gov. Arthur
May. The ayes upon this question were, for mercy, or even an extension, signed by
Newv York, Indiana, Missouri, Illinois and some three thousand citizens of Torontc
Mississippi. Tihe final vote for naming thie and its vicinity;, thie Executive Cou: cil
first Monday in January for resuming were had been called together, but naught avail-
as follows : Aves--Maine, Vermontl, Mas- ed to stay thie execution. The bodies not-
sachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New withstanding the earnest application oh
Jersey, Delaware, District of Columbia, their wives and friends, were delivered up
Virginia, North Carolinta, Indiana, Illinois 'for. dissection.
and Missouri. Noes--one from New York I need not tell you that it has created a
and two from Mississippi. new and strong excitement.
It is understood that the New England Seibold states that four-Theller. Mont-
delegations avowed themselves ready to gomery, Anderson, and- are to be
resume with New York, provided they executed on the ,30th ; ,and seven at Ham-
-could be satisfied that it was best to do so, ilton on thie 24th.
irrespective of the situation'of the banks The British Colonist declares (hat it has
of the South and West. 'But of this fact good authority for saying that Sutherland
they were not satisfied-their opinions be- has made no disclosures whatever.
ing that the business relations of the whole
country ought first to be so far adjusted, An I Honcst Heart at Bottom.-About
as to enable time banks of the Union to re- thirty years ago, a merchant in a neigh-
suime simultaneously.' Thie Connecticut boring city (from whom we have the cir-
delegates from the first avowed their read- cumnstances, though not at liberty to men-
miness to resume with N.:-w York, provided tion names,) had a thousand or two dollars
-the banks of thie latter would assure them stolen from him. His suspicion fell upon
that their deposit were to be paid in spe- one of his clerks. A writ was got out a-
cie. The funds of thie Connecticut banks against him-the young man confessed the
being mostly in New York on deposit, crime but was unable to pay over more
they should of course look to New York than a few hundred-dollars ot the money.
banks for the mans of sustaining their own Thie merchant fearing if one so young, and
resumption,0 one who had till this act, sustained an un-
It is not to be denied, however, that the blemished reputation, should be imprisoned
Eastern delegations were disposed rather for years, to satisfy the demands of the law,
-o favor the views of the Philadelphia an-d that his hopes in life would be blasted, op-
Baltimore banks, than those of New York. portunity for reformation entirely cut off-
In a free conversation with several of those that in a word he would surrender himself
delegates, they frankly avowed that their to despair-gave him his liberty and told
interests and sympathies were with Phila- him to return the amount he had taken
delphia and Baltimore, for the reason that fm'om him, if lie were ever able to do so.-
while the course of the New York -banks, The young m-an went off and the merchant
during the year past, had in a measure do- heard no more o0>m till last winter--when
sod New York against them as a market, he received from irm an order foi, 5 hun-
the opposite policy of-Philadlcl|!iia and- dred dollars, and a very handsome letter,
Baltimore had opened those cities as mar- -equesting his corresponident to draw on
kets for their manufactures. him for 5 hundred dollars at any time eve-
T The propositions that have been adopted, ry year till the debt was cateiclled. lie
however, does not fetter the operations of is a citizen of high stand in the V,, c.Mt, and
any bank whatsoeve. Any and all are at an officer of one of the banks in thai d-"e-
liberty to resume ;it pleasure, at any mo- tion. Such a man must have an hone-t
ment, and without farther consultation with heart at bottom, and in all probability, if
any. Those of New York, it will be seen he had been sent to the State Prison, he
by the following proceedings, will resume would have fallen a victim to despondency.
in obedience to the law Qf the state, on the -National Eagle. *
10th'of M ay. *: ,
N r W YORK, April 16, 1838. Correspoudene eof thie Charleston ilrercury.
At a meeting~of tlim delegates of the city WASHINGTON, April 21, 1838.
and country banks of-N'w York, held in The Senate did not sit to-day.
this city, this day, the following preamble In the House, during the morning hour,
and resolution we}rejranimously adopted, the Resolution for the divorce of the Goy-

-nd ordered to be published: ermnent from the, banks, was discussed,
s'Whereas, thie law which legalized the -without coming- to any conclusion there-
suspension of specie payments will expire on.
by its own limitation on the -15th of May TIe private calender was taken up, and
next; and whereas the effects ofa resump- a Bill granting interest on Revolutionary
lion are considerations which more prop- -commutation claims,was debated the whole
early pertain to the Legislature than to the day, and finally rejected, bya vote of 75
banks; therefore, without attempting to for it to 76 against it,--too thin a force to
foresee. what the effects may be, but hoping transact any business. The members, will
that they may not be injurious to the corn- scarcely attend to public, much less private
Imerce and industry of the state, anud ithi business. -
:a determination- to render to those interests THE REPORT ON THE 'UEL.
all the assistance which shall be found Mr. Tonucev, of Connecticut, Chairman
compatable with a discharge of our legal Select-Committee of Investigation
,obigaion-- ., of the Sele't Committe of investigation
obigtons- o-helte 1c, obtained eae o ak
Resolved, That the banks of this State othelate uel, obtained leave to make a
be recommended to resume specie pay- -rie Repor t Was not read- rk # e-
ments on or before the 10th day of May o hens epuli ot rea fo a
nx.ommends, :"b -
;~next. r A' ^vp -' n 1st, The expulsion of Mr Graves, for a
SG.VW. LAW ENCE. Chairman. breachI of the rights aind privileges of tihe
W. M. VERMILYE, Secretary. '- House,'and an oll;n',-, of a high character
against the vital principle of a deliberative,
sr-, j.,--.V ". Yo.k B-Banks, .-c.,--It is assembly and ofr'-r.rr.' f. tmiv,- govern-

sttei iln Ihe Xe\- York"pap'-rs that a--


2d, Tat i,.-:-. Joneq and Wise, as "Is fe "Rich" -.Many a S"igh is"i' -i, cribed a dark speck, which appeared to bc Tillotson, Ge. I ,, Clii's Kit-
seconds, deserve thle severe censure of the many a heart is broken, many a lifc is rcn-1slowly approaching. I watched it with chic, Mil. iI,.::.' i
House. The Committee dwell on Mr. dered miserable' by the terribleiftuation curious intensity, until it gradually devel- The French brig of War Eclipse, also
Wise's conduct as particularly censurable which parents often manifest in choosing a I oped into the Jformn of a man. lie drew' arrived here this morning and exchanged
in resisting any accommodation without life companion for tir daughters. How nigh ; and as we met, I gazed on him with salutes with our squadron. The Eclipse
death. is it possible for happiness to result irom mingled surprise and curiosity. His per- sailed from Vera Cruz thile day before the
3d, The Committee entertain no doubt thile union of two principles so diametric- son was strikingly singular. Hle might sailing of the Grampus. She is said to be
that J. WV. Webb has been guilty of a a.ly opposed to each other in every point have passed the prime of life; his form thle bearer of despatches to the French rnim-
breach of privilege of thle House, but as as virtue is to vice! And yet how often was thin and of the medium height. A ister at Washington, and has put in here,
hie is amenable to thile civil authority for a is wxealtli considered a better recommenda- long grizzly beard enveloped his breast.- to give information of the blockade.
conspiracy to assassinate, thev recommend tion to a young man than virtue. flow Ti.. was a strange wildness in his eye. .....
that the House bestow on him no further often is the first question which is asked' His features were reigul!ar ; and there was lei l ';' i 'T-"
notice, respecting the suitor of a daughter, this: an expression in hiis cadaverous counten- ... .
This Report was made by 4 members, Is lihe-rich ?-ls he rich? Yes, he abounds ance which betrayed the endurance of mis- PRINCIPLE AND TIHE PEOPLE.
Messrs. Grennell and Raridon made a sep- in wealth ; but does that afford any cvi- cry. lie wore an old dark-colored hamlet ,
arate Report. Mr. Elmore made a Re- donece that he will make a kind and aflbe- clo)ak, which was fastened with a clasp at ala sa A ..
port distinct from the other two. The tionate husband? Ishe rich? Yes ? "his the throat, over his beard, and hung loose- TMlaliassee Miarkct.-Baeon, Hams 20 cents,
Committee moved the printing of the pa- clothing is purple and fine linen, and he ly around him. Otherwise, his dress was Sideslfi; Ftour, Northern $14.00, Western $12
pers and the postponement of the Report fares sumptuously every day ;" can you in- of ordinary style, though not particularly Corn 1 75; Cofflee 16 cents; Oats 1 25; Cot-
till Monday fortnight, pending which me- fer from this lie is virtuous? Is he rich ? new or cleanly. All that was remarkable 011ton, 8 a8 1-'2.
tion, the House adjourned. Yes, ihe has thousands floating on every about it was a sash of scarlet silk, tied a-
ocean ; but do not riches sometimes "take round his waist. Excess of Democracy.-Fromni the foundatiorr
France and Buenos Ayrcs.-Recent ad- to themselves wings and fly. away ?" and Hie accosted me with an air, ofwell-bred of the world, ever age has been infested by
vices from Buenos Ayres speaks of a diffi- will you consent that your daughter shall complacency, and on ascertaining that I somenic peculiar dorgma, and marked by strange
cult which had arisen between the French marry a man that has nothing to recom- was from St. Louis, lie inquired if there moral and political phenomena. Religious and
Consul there and the Buenos Ayrean gov- mend him but his wealth? Ah, beware were many Jews in that city." I answer- political here.1is, hav, entered intonearly evc-
ernment, min consequence of the harsh treat- the gilded bait sometimes covers a barbed ed his question, and then remarked, that ry system ofEcclesiaical and political cone
meant of several Frenchmnen on the frontier, hook. Ask not then, is hlie rich ? but is lie I had an impression of having seen him o ces'a ot one
11 sen h myIl ad these hierelic'hare often worked rev-,
who had been ordered to enter the army virtuous ? Ask not then if lie has wealth once in New York." Very likely," said 'olut ons, that hayver e vir -i ofties, and easv-
of operations against Peru, and on their but if lie has honor; and do not sacrifice he, "I raised a great noise there some years
refusal to do so, were beaten by the corn- your daughter's peace for money. Do-not ago." Your name. I think," said I,u into obli the mo st' pw erfl .i ,,' -.
1 ,Ill casting our windh backward, ,and scanuing
mending officer, and carried into town, choose a swine for her husband, because he ring, "is Paine?" Matthias!-I looked t ags tour naine obaeg si rd, ad aSwyli
InandingroI hcer, was lob Isen--time azes thathi ol ic -ast wy v
loaded with chains. The French Consul has a golden trough. Let Virlue's form around-no living thing was to be s-an- se ti taet wi sice pssed away iv
thereupon demanded their release, and be indelibly stamped on the forehead ofhin and therie- on that lone .'1 t--.I was con-) se I fei th rJl -
$30,000 for the support of the famiily of who asks your daughter's hand in marriage; fronting with that strange in-mpostor-who dorns and Eipires thatave beenstraded up-
one Barcle, a Frenchman, who had died, and if it is not, do not fear to let him hear- was perhaps, besides, a maniac! 0, 1 on tie qluick"saads of error. For a time, like
in consequence, as was supposed, of the and that too, with elmphasis-the little have heard of you," said I. '" YesI you a well-trimmned and vell-ballasted hip, they
ill-treatment hlie had received. The gov-e .... 1...ll.l,. No! even though lie should heard too, I suppose, the slander that has have sped nobly on their course, lifting proud--
ernment replied contemptuously, and thle be rich as Crcesus: and depend upon it, been proYIugSated about me. They have ly their he-ds above the snow-capped waves,
Consul struck his flag ; at the same time your firmness will be rewarded by an a- tried to crush me by misrepresentation. I and presents a spectacle of beauty and grar-
sending a brig of war to the French Ad- mount of happiness tar greater than ever preach the only true religion deur to the whole earth. Sihdmnly, however,
miral on that coast, requesting him to come I flowed from .wealth when unaccompanied The word religion means to rely'-I the scene has been changed, anrid the noble fab-
there with his fleet. It was anticipated by virtue, speak the immaculate truth, which never rick is shattered upon some hidden breaker, or
that in consequence of this afliair, the port fails. If you have to journey.along the encircled by some fearful maelstrom. ,That
would soon be blockaded. Perhaps, how- Recognition of Texian Independence by side of slippery hill, with but a narrow, in- which once stretched forth its hands in power,
Sever, the government might be induced to England.--Tlhe consequent d i; ., i ofanex- secure foothold, you will require the assis- and scattered blessings on every.side, may, by
make satisfactory repa;ation.-Journal of ation and loss to the United States of the tance ofa staff-and if vou can throw your yielding its adherence to error, prostrate its
Commerce. commerce of this young but growing Re- weight securely, upon it in every emiergen- own glory, and dig its own grave. But who ev-
public.-We have been favored with. the cy, it is goodi-you can rely on it. It is er heard of a Church's falling a victim to righ-
Trial of Benjamin Rathbun.--The trial perusal of a letter from-London, dated the an emblem of true r I'.i, -il if it will teousness?-ofa nation's overthrow by a re-
of this conspicuous speculator for forgery. 15th day of February last, which affolbrds not support you-if it snaps or beds the dundancy of correct political principles? One
was to have taken place at Batavia, on the much information iin regard to the subjects moment you depend on it, then you are lost of the soundest maxims that has ever escaped
26th ilt. but was adjourned for the purpose which head this article. We.would prom- -it is false religion, and cannot be relied the pen ofsacred or profane writer, is that "righ-
of obtaining the testimroney of his brother, ise that thie writer of the letter had every on. There is much preaching in the world, t'-ousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a re-
Lyman R., now in Texas. ,I',I. ii, accord- opportunity of correct information, and but it is deceptive. True religion is that preach to any p ophle." The only safeguard
into his counsel, would prove the genuine- that whatever lie 'says is entitled to the which is calculated to produce the largest to liberty, is the general andunversal Ij'-ii'
ness of the notes-fori tlie forgery of which most imphlcit confidence, sum of human life and happiness." of correct principls and sound dofrin's. The
the said Benjamin had been indicted. It is stated that the most friendly dispo. Ile proceeded in this harangue for some more lighMt the better-the more mien know of
sition was evinced by the British govern- minutes, with so much earnestness of man- their rights tim better able are they properly
Trial of Suthei land.-Our readers arein mcut towards Texas. That the-delay in ner and with such a jumbling .of sense and to appreciate and defend them. It is to this
aware, that the cidevant Gen. S i. 1 I. recognizing has resulted mainly fromn mlie jargon, as to convince me that hie was sin- general diffusion of knowledge, that we ar in-
had fallen into the hands of Canadian jus- out-breakimng of tlhe Canadian revolution. cerelv infatuated. He was evidently anx- ,1 bt-d for the superior advaidtages we enjoy,
Stice. That unhappy man, after having Another cause assigned for the 'delay, was ous' to '"'- I i ,n:' iscou:rse. but my curi- and which makes onr country more pecutiarly
i been frustrated in an attempt at suicide, has the expectation that 1M ..1., would have osit y be ,ii i, il!y gratified, and hav- the dwelling piace of liberty. It is from the
undergone a regular examination by a il- invaded Texas during the past \vintcr- ing a drearyv path to pursue before night, I capacity of ourpeople to think and act for them-
itarv court. The last number of the Guars- the government believing that if ever an took leave of the Prophet, and he went selves, that causes them to act for themselves.
dian says: invasion was attempted, it would be at peacefully on his way. It is from their uewilhingnessjto surrender the:r
The evidence on the part of the prose- that time or never. 0. P. rights to the ambitious and grasping few,. that
caution closed on Thurisday.last, (22.) The The writer expresses every confidenec- Louisville, Ky., Feb. 21, 138. they possess any rights. Whilst they are alive
prisoner asked for a few (days to prepare of a .....*,l'. .m this spring, if' no invasion Our attention was called to the above to their interests, and their exertions are eon-
his defence. The court granted him a week, by Mexico should take place. It is re- communication bv the following paragraph trolled by enlightened convictions, our iustituo-
Sand adjourned till to-morrow. marked further, that the Radical, or O'Con- sent to us by the editors of the St. Louis tions will stand firm as "the evw rlkij, i..L ,"
nel party, oppose the acknowledgement of Bulletin, and which is copied from the Fort and increase in lustre as in age.
A meeting was held at Norfolk on thie Texian independence on anti-slavery or 1'.- ,, Patriot of "the 24th of March. ,ut w ith all these fiaets before us,- let us Wet
f night of the 19th inst. to receive the report abolition principles The prophet Matthias visited this vi- be too sanguine, or judge too hastily of tie.fu.-
of the Del,- ii,- i l.f,'I that Borough totIhe It is moreover stated by the same wri- cinitv a few weeks since. AtKeokuk the tre, by past observation, experience ee r i .-
Augusta Commercial Convention, which ter, that whether Texian Ihdepeldence Indians hardly knew what to make of him. struqtion. The whole world may have beeu
* was attended by a large number, of mer- be recognized or not, commercial relations Some wag made them think he had come i heretofore entirely wrong in it, comceptio
cantfle arid other citizens. Col.. Jkfbhn S. are about being) established betw-een Ell,- t-' ^'hrs;te ;S hrtfre""^ in its conceptions
camitile and other citizens. 'm1. J~ohn S. are. aboutbeing established between. nug-. timere to steal their horses;-they. qklickhv and niaximns, and the glorious task may have
-Milson, one of the Delegates, presented to land and Texas, on thIe most liberal pol- said to him puk-a-chee---which in the Sau- devolved on the Editor of the St. Josyp
,the meeting the report which had been cy of reciprocity. This again will defeat keetonguemeaneth begone-and he quick-, devolve and is corresp dents, to righte t. J pll
I adopted by. the Convention and read the annexation. The policy of Texas being i .obeyed the mandate. He also visited .ws en pt es i p h tit
._' pii. in.'. ,'solutions,dihe grounds ad almost exclusively a planting ontry, il lackk Hawk. Mrs. Black Hawk ima-ind te d Wseeopastagesreperap des
objects of which hlie a1,, ,1 ,,i in a speech lead to a low tariff, ift' not to an entire sys- by' his. lon card, that he must be a pirit tobe eclipsed by this sage Junto; ad in po-
of considerable length, while he argued -tern of tree trade. England will find it to -and in ode to p-ove that e was n litical economy, the great -Babylon of West
of"sideia gandhni eraerrto prove tdat fie was not an
with much force anid clearness the general her advantage to monopolize the cotton of' ei ..oome corn ver hasti- Florida, is to be suddenly kicked half a centu-
question which they involved. The report that Republic, exchanging. her manufac- Iy and placed-it before him ; he ate it harti- ry ahead of the rest of the world, by the by-
Sand resolutions were unanimously adopt- tures without paying any duty upon them ; I v-and she concluded he was not an evil pothesis of this new school. The inhabitantK
ed and Texas will of course prefr receiving one at any rate, in which she showed much of that city, have it seems,' been dazzled by a
Resolutions were adopted advising the English manufactures directly from nug- ignorance, in our humble opinion. He en- light; a political Gamaliel has suddenly bursI
call of a State Convention and requesting land rather than from this county, afer favored to make Black Hawk understand upo that little world, followed by his trumpet.-
the towns and counties of North Carolina they have paid an average duty of more that ie must have descended from some of er, and the whole western hemisphere is dcsL
to appoint delegates to the same. than 20 per cent. Under these circum- the lost tribes of Isreal. But it was pretty tined tobe deluged with floods ofnew-light, or
The Beacon of the 21st inst. says: "The stances, the advantage of remaining ainde- much all English to the old chief-and he rather with old, rescusitated. By the follow-
General Committee on the subject of time pendant, will force itself upon Texas.- did not understand enough of what Mat-'i -g extra t't will be seen whiat notions are e-,-
Southern Commercial Convention, met last HIer proposition to annex herself; will be this said, to make any important discove- tertained by our opponents :-
evening at 6 o'clock, and fixed upon the withdrawn-which will cause to the U. S. ry in relation to the Hebrew pedigree"The eye of an acute observer, or the
second Wednesday in June next, as thie the loss of the immense and valuable trade astuteness of a political phisesopher is
____astuteness of a political philosopher, is
time for holding a State Commercial Con- of Texas forever-and leave the southern 01riCE. OF TIHE PENSACOLA GAZETTE, scarcely necessary, at this period of our
mention in the city of Richmond. A corn- members of thie confederacy to the mer- April 25th, 1834. national existence, to discern the baneful
mittee of-7 gentlemen to correspond and cy o fanatical disorganizers at the north. Important from Mexico.-'The United influence that is being exercised over the
prepare an address, was also appointed.-- Application has also been made, we leamn States' sehr. -Grampus, Sanders, Lieuten- destinies of our republic. It arises from
The selection of 25 i,. I.._. -,,.-, to the State from the same letter, to the French Court, ant Commanding, arrived here timis morn- an excess of democracy ; and unless a cor-
Convention was then made, and the Gene- through the representative at London, ing from Vera Cruz, and brings intelligence reaction be soon applied by the people, ia
ral Committee adjourned, where but little doubt is entertained of the that the French squadron is now blocka- the majesty of their power, this excess
immediatete a,:im ,.1 If, m,, ii of Texian' ding the Mexican coast. It was supposed must amount to an extreme, and result in
The hard currency folks in Mcehigan, Independence by France-N. 0. Bule- that the castle of San Juan de Ulloa would an exhibition to the,world of the political
determined not to give up the idea of a tin. be immediately invested and that from its spectacle of a people unworthy of them-
metallic basis, have established a bank with condition it could not hold out any length selves, with their institutions tottering un-
6 boxes of Collins' cast steel axes in the Trance,-There is at this time a young of tine. Tie M, ^no were willing to der corruption, and their government fast
amdi-. on which to discount. So say their woman aged 18, residing at Needleworth, pay the indemnitydemanded bvthe French sinking under the oppression of degrada
newspapers. near St. Lives who has been in a trance but the latter required some apologvwhich tion and .debasement."
_______ ~~or sleep for twelve days ; she keeps quite thme Mexican goveramecut refused to make. Wewrnofulpeaedtharsc
A Trifling Job.-Mr. Adams has pretty warm, except her feet, and they are cold One individual had offered 10,000 horses, sentiments avowed by even the St. Joseph's
considerably alarmed the U. S. House of and stiff. Last week her father brought and the chn-ch had agreed to supply' oni Times. It is true, fron its known identity
(Representatives, by a motion to have print- her down stairs into a warmer room, think- million of dollars to cam-y on tme wvar ertain iew shoul hav been irepart
I ed all the petitions on Abolition and Tex- mug it might be the means of rousing her, The Fr-noch squadron consists of one ed to hear any thing against liberal principles,
s'S, which have been presented during the but it had not the desired effect. On Mon- frigate and five brigs of war, to which ad- and correct doctrines: and thie manifestation.
last 1ird present session, and laid on the ta- day last shte opened her eyes, and made a editions are expected.' The French ships of so muchl caudor should entitle i fto common.
ble. h'mcorrespondentoftheNew-York motion with her hand for -... .,,:tlhiug to of War at Martinique and Havana, had nation.
American 6"vs, touching this matter--or dri-k, whicn being given her she became been ordered tb repair immediately to Ve- 'The w o t ai i
rather mass cf ,latter ; I have just been convulsed for a short time, and then sank ra Cruz. writer of the article in question, (who
looking at the roont which is the deposito- into her former state of torpor, in which There were no American vessels at Ve- is no bungler,) seems to apprehend an "excess"
ry, for these petitiane. are she has continued ever since.--Cambridge ra Cruz when theGrampus sailed Neither of Democracy. Now let us enquire, what is
abouthe0 feet by 30,ait dn "g "n prooio Chro.icne. shis a nor Government packets are true Democracy? Through many are doubtless

-there they are closelyvpacked, and reach- included in the blockade. The United much t-ore competent todefine itthan or.
"", -T H E P R O P H T E T n h n r c o p t n o e i e i t i a
iug the ceiling. The p)oor leiwas near- il R H States'sloops of War Ontario and Concord selves, we will briefly give our views.
ly frightened out of his wits. i" e said it Towards the close of a drizzly day, in tIhe were left at Vera Cruz ; the former will hose older than ourselves, recollect te
would take him alone at least Av y'ar to middle of December last, I was journeying remain there to protect the interests and time, when the country was divided into two
comply with the resolution should ;t Opas. alone, on foot, across one of the vast pra- commerce of thIe United States, great political parties. One of these parties
Such a document would break the batk ot ries which are interpersed throughout the TIhe i, ;i, "i.n-1 government is confident was styled "the Federal Republican," the other
Hercules, and were each member to firanm:. uper region of Illinois. I had reached of its strength and ability to meet the pres- "tlhe Democratic Republican." These two par
one to his constituents, the Post Master i.eo Centre of a wide solitude; on either ent emergency, but apprehensions were ties arose from the diversified character of tho
General would have to hire t.omr hor-se side the Prospect was bounded by the cir- entertained that if the French should bomn- material which composed the body p6litic.-
teams for their conveyance." cling hmcriz-n. Behind me the receding bard the City of Vera Cruz, the federal The people had been differently educated, and
A woodlands we:'c fading into gloom, and a- party would take part with the enemy, and of course entertained discordant sentiments.-
A Desperate and Fatalema d.i.r,t r- far off onwardc might be discerned the shia- the (City would be sacked. All the wo- Hence, as a natural consequence, parties were
We learn from a gentleman direct from dowy outline of a grove. A fitful breeze men and children were removing to Jala- formed, whose views were somewhat dissimni.
Alabama, that a bloody affray took place swept over the pihin, swaying the long pa, a town a few miles fiomn Vera Cruz. l-ar. Attached to these parties were ultraists'
recently at Montgomery. in front of the grass into billowy motion, nd completing The Mexicans and inhabitants, were re- whose notions were peculiar to themselves,
Montgomery Hall, between two brothers a scene which my fancy recognized as the moving all their valuables, and sanctioned by neither. The real differ..'
named Bell, and two brothers named Moo- image of the ocean. While the Grampus was'at Vera Cruz, ence between the doctrines of the two leading.
ney, in Which both of the Mooney's, and While I moved along, gazing on the sub- intelligence was received from the seat of parties was not at first as great, as many have
one of the Bell's were killed. The other lime view, and straining my .sight after government that the Mexican Congress apprehended; but there was however a dif-
Bell is so desperately wounded that his life some animated object for its relief; a start- ihad before them a proposition to expel all ference, a striking difference to be apprehended
is despaired of. Pistols and Bowie Knives led deer would occasional hound off at my Frenchmen from the Republic. in the results that the doctrines of the two par-
were the weapons.-How long will such approach,and after wa,.-',i.m-itsfleetcourse The following is a list of the Officers of test would w,,o'u ., 1-md to. The principles
scenes be permitted to disgrace the South- until it disappeared in the distance, a dis- thlie Grampus.-John L. Saunders, Lieut. entertained by the Federalists, were calculated
West ?-Columbia Times. mal sense of utter loneliness would again omm.-S '-, ist and William togive too great a scope to the Executivewil;
recur. Chandler, Lieuts.-Thos. Marston Tay- to throw it too far above the restraining power
To treat trifles as matters of importance, At length ,a new object arrested my at- lor, Purser-James Anderson, Actg. Mas- of the people ;-they viewed it as a cowrellative.
is to show our own unimporltance, tention, Far ahead might be f-nintly des- ter-E. J. Rutter, Assl. Surgeon-R. M. branch of the Government, with the Jutdicial

and L, gislative, and. were willing to give to it
power's and prerogatives which were not war-
ranted by the Constitution. In short, their prin-
ciples, it was thought, unless checked and op-
posed, must finally result in the destruction of
many of the Republican features of our Institu-
tions, and the establisliment of a consolidated
Government. On the other hand, the Demo-
crats, viewed the General Government as a
confederacy of the States,--the creature of In-
d -, n I. t and sovereign communities, whose
duty it was to keep a watchful e'e upon the
acts of the Executive. Their doctrines, whilst
they granted to the General Government--cer-
tain powers, left also to the States, yea, and to
individuals certain rights, with which the Fed-
eral Government could not interfere. They
advocated those principles that woul3 secure
,to man equal political rights, privil-gcsrand ad-
Ivantages; liberty and conseque.rt happiness.
They contended that the majority should gov-
ern, but also gave to the minority, certain
means of redress. In short, they contended
'that the Government was created by the people
for the mutual benefit of all; and that in its
control, all were entitled to-a hearing. They
recognized in the Peorjle the power to create
and destroy.. Their principles pr<'r-il)p,;- l,
that with -theo abundant means placed within
their reach, men would be able to understand
their interests and defend them.
Democracy, thenrccognizes man as possess-
ing all the requisites of self-governiment-all
the elements of power, and all the wisdom ne-
.cessary to frame and execute laws for the gen-
-eral good. It views the People as capable of
deciding upon the merits of those who are be-
fore them for office, and denies to any set of
men the right of restraining the popular will.
It teachlies that every man has a right to aspire
* to any office in.the gift of tihe people, and that
(his fellow citizens, alone, are the ones to decide
,upon his claims.
It is against an "excess" of such principles-
principles that alike aim at the public peace and
public good, that our opponents would guard.
It is against that spirit of liberty, that should
flow,, pure and untrammeled as the mountain
torrent, that they would oppose obstacles. It is
ain excess of those holy principles, which extend
to all men and all cemmunitir's, the right to
speak, think and act for themsel'.s, that they
would resist. "L,.' s ,i' Denmocray," truly
As well might the church apprehend a-U excess
of holiness. The people may at times .'wason-
ably apprehend an excess of Tyranny, Despo-
tismn, Anarchy, and Federalism; but n- ver
of Republican Democracy.- They may Iv;(l
-guard against the dawn of a day that will mlake
wealth the test of merit, and throw into the
hands of .a few aspirants, unmidue political influ-
oence ; but whilst the spotless banner of Denmoc-
'racy, floats t~, u,[.iik ul over the land, recg-
,n'zing in the people the attributes of sovereignty,
they have little to fear.
This astute writer in the St. Joseph's Times
concludes his essay, as follows:-
These remarks have been .,.'e- 1
bv an examination of the list of ,::iiJi.lai,',
for our Territorial C..,i,_ i-li.iii ; and I ask
the *e..l,:.. if they believe in their truth,
to apply them before decidingupon their
votes.' All is not gold that glitters," nor
is every man, in these times, who effects
-political wisdom n,and preteri(is to instruction
either a sage or a 'sound preceptor. On
"the contrary, a majority of such aspirants,
-pnd especially those whose ignorance and
.impudence are encouraged by the stimu-
lus of an overweaning deriocracy to urge
themselves on as prominent 1 ,-"'ii gI_.s in
_our political drama, will be t'.i i the mere
'effervescence of our great family cauldron,
fl,,iiing on the surface of its better mate-
xials until expelled as conteminating and
worthless." .
" As no candidates had been lit.l:.l announ-
ced.in West, we presume lie alludes to those
-of Middle Florida, and his remarks, it seems,
were elicited from a want of confidence in our
.ability to decide who were competent to rep-
xesent us. We can but admire his regard
,for our welfare, but think he shows at least no
'"excess" of modesty, in speaking of our can4i-
datesas the effervesenee ofthe family caldron.
But'this pr ....'iij.iitu, interference in our af-
fairs, 'nay perhaps be accounted for, when it is
recollected that St. Joseph's is the beneficiary of
soame of our prominent inem But it is unkind
ta:make no excepttionls., For the liberal patrons
&if your town, to be set down 'as thel scum of
the cauldron, is rather too bad. Gentlemen are
you not forgetting the "hole from which you
were rigged F" Are ydu not setting up for your-
selves too soon t Would it not be well tu get
your own kettle-right, before you turn your at-
tention so exclusively to us! The people of
Middle Florida are .capable of managing their
own affairs: or if they are not, they would
hardly go to St. Joseph's to obtain guardians.

l.o.Da.;.-D---Tuesday last, the first day of
Mlay was celebrated by the young Ladies of
this place, in due formn. The weather was fine
and every thing conspired to lend a charm
and beauty to this innocent and interesting
festival. A large company assembled at the
new Court-Room in the evening, which was
tastefully decorated with evergreens and flow-
ers, to witness the coronation. The young la-
dies, beautifully attired, entered the room in
,good order, at the soatd of music, headed by
-the queen elect and her attendants, who gracc-
fully ascended the throne, where she was in-
vested with the Floral Diadem. We were not
near enough to hear distinctly the address cf

-the fair monarch, or those who invested her
with the insigniar of royalty, but -thought they
--were delivered with great ease and elegance.
In fact, the whole ceremony was conducted in
.a-manner highly creditable to all.
SA more lovely and enchanting scene we have
-rarely witnessed: -and as we gazed upon the
beautiful aid smiling group, and marked the
sparkling eyes, and the flush of joy that dweIlt
on 'very-, face, we almost fancied ourselves in
the presence of a company of fairies, who had
escaped fromi some purer sphere, to cheer us
With thr smiles apd oM ';ing-. Even the Flo-
.ral ,wreaths, "entwined in locks of beauty,"
seemed to catch life and soul, andutter the lan-
guiage ora pure afind holy love. Such scenes-
laust soften and refine our nature. They tell
rof the innocency and purity of youth-of the
joyousness of spirits undisturbed by cirre and
iutsinined by sin. It'is a sweet-scented picture
dra%%n by a heavenly Artist, and is calculated
to impart a most delightful lesson. Ye are not
vqiceeless, Qflowers-wexread in your fifir faces,
pur own destiuity-.that, welike-you, must fade
and -'uii-h away from the earth-but we also

feel the inspiration of the thought, that touched
by the finger of God, we shall finally rise, cladein
immortal vigor and youth, and bloom to fide
no more."
"Not useless are ye, flowers!- though made for
pleasure ;
Blooming o'er field and wave, by day and night,
From every source, your sanction bids me
Harmless delight."
We observe in the Charleston papers, a let-
ter dated at this place, in which the writer, af-
ter speaking rather disparagingly of our city,
takes occasion to pult lola and SJt. Josephs.-
We can hardly suppose th'.t thie'fate of Talla-
hassee denends iuoon the minions of nnonv-

Advice to LadJ'-s.--Ladies, always do- -.
lihlitful, and not the least so in their uu- i 1iT O1 LrlET remaining in-
(res, ae apt toi t els the Post Office at lallahassee, on the first day
dress, are apt to -deprive themselves of of May, 1838, and not before advertised.
some of their best morning beams by ap- Armstead, Gen. W. 4 Linn, Jam'es
paring with their hair in papers. We Anders. Stephen Lester, Win.
gve a notice that essayists, and of course Andrews, Owen E. 2Lang, Robert
all people of taste, prefer a cap, if there Allen. R. C. 3 Luce, Henry
must be any thing; but hair a million times Albertson, J. Lancaster, Joseph B.
uver. To see grapes in paper bags is bad Ash, Charles C. 2 Lineberger, John C.
enough, but the rich locks of a lady in pa- Alexander, Huigh Moody, George 2
pers, the roots of the hair twisted up like Allen, John M. Mitchell,J. W.
a drummer's, and the forehead staring bald Bloxhamn, William Miller, Irwin
instead of being gracefuillv tendrilled and Bolan, James 2 Murphy, Miss Mary
shadowed 1-it is -a capital offence-a de- Branch, N. N. Moore, Francis
fiance to the love and admiration of the Baldwin, H. D. Macrae, Farquhar
other sex-a provocation to a paper war: Bryant, Abigal Mclver, Alex.
1. : i ..., fl .. . ... .... : Bemhrv. Kenneth 2 -,I. W illiani

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I I1 I
.-. Wqj are autlh')rizd to announce Dr.
SAMUtEL. C. BJELLAMY, is a candidate to rep-
present the County of Jackson, in the Conven-
tion, to form a State Constituion.
Aprit 28, 1838.
We are requested to announce Dr. THos.
B. WYNN, as a Candidate for the Gcon'ention.,
March 10. -
Vj Wee are authorized to announce Co{.
HExNRY WASHINGTONI, as Candidate for the
Convention. March 31, 1838.
(7 We are authorized to announce Col.
RonT.BuTLEIr. as a Candidate for the Conven-
tion, from Leon County. March 17.

...... ..Ivy .... "r .. ... i..... .. .. .... n. %.1U.\\' h1eret2 acc5ordllll PIlA u, de laretil e si ctUNI II .. : .... . .. ..
---_--_^-,-- -. ---- ,---- -^--'_ Oinu \vtiiii n~urt iouingiluu vUCii uuca- IHLU 5a01- -- ------- *^ ---- ^,i-, **
mousletter writers, but we must censure that war on paper, not having any ladies at Blackwel, Jacob A. Olcottc, HIenry S. K7 We are authorized to announce Gen. Among xVhiichl, arc-.
spirit, which would discourage the claims of hand to carry it at once into their head Bloihamr, Mrs. MarthaOliver, Miss Viuy I. G. SEARCY, as a Candidate for the Conven- 20,000.lb. Lucon, Sides, Iams,.& Shoulders,
t u. up o s Th se o antoc a mt al ai t the sr ainte Brook, John M. Penny, Thomas ion, from Leon County. March 17. 2,000 do. Ciuvassed Hiams,
one place to build up .others, T he system of quarters. \W must allow at the same 150 bb. Suy.rfine Flour
town buil-ling and town puffing, is being earnri- time, that they are very shy of being seen Branch, L.B. Powell, Miss Julian Capt. J. N. PArTRIDGE, will serve, if elect- 50 do. Prbii Pork,
ed to 'n alarming extent. The people have suf- mI this condition, knowing how much of a Pow l, Jeremiah ed to represent Jefferson county, in the Con- 10 do. Mess, 1.
~~~~~~~~~~InClark, E.B1. Palmer, William A. edtorpeetJfrsucutith n- 0d.Ms,,l.
feared already enough, by this matnia, but we their strength, like Sa-mpson's. lies in that tm Per in nation, to frame a State C stiti.. -o10 do. Necks aiu Shoulder,
so'.le nt at Clwark, HventionrinConstitution.
ttink they are destined to sutler more, unless gifted ornament. \Ve have koown a whole C illam Pri, J March 10. 0 o Pcedos ,,
Chase, ViX illiamn Panet, Dr. L. AT. 50 do. Mackerel, No's. 1, 2, 3,
Sit is checked. We care not how ninmany towns parlor of them fluttered off, like a dove cote, C John Patton, James K We are authorized to announce Gen. 251-2 do. do. 1, 2,
spring up, to adorn our Territory, but the mot- at the sight of a friend comingig up the gar- 1 Cook, Howlin J. Posey, MrA's. SAIMUEL PaaKmILL, as a Candidate for tile 10 do. Fulton Market Jief,
~houcl nt. Z7-1m20 d N.0. Molasses,
to of "live and -let live" should not be lost sight den.-Leigith Htun!. I Cool'. George W. -Richard Fortune Convention, fi'om Leoni County. 20 do. N.O. MoWaskey,
of 1 Croskv,', Teresa M. Read, Gen. Leigh 10 : March 17. 10 do.011o Monongafela", do.
IDeIcacy reqirsthat even totw ruh 'ommiI'',W Alex.tor
Seliacy requires that even th truth Coarte, Alex. Russ, J.J. e are authorized to announce Gen. 50 do. N. Rum,
Lare aounsdf seciOhae1ateyarid,"t5_d -. do.
Large amounts of specie have lately arrived should sometimes be disguise. A really (C!evem J Mrs. Eliz'h.Randall, Hon. Thos. 2 Joux P. DUVAL, 'as a Candidate for th Con- .do. ol, J ii.,s. -, :do.y
at New-1"ork, at'ditcomumands little or no pre- modest man is cmibarassed by hearing Davis, JamesC F. Rice, Rev. John J. v Qr-.Casks.Mognic Brand-,
tmium. Upwards of a million of dollars lately praise of himself. Duval, P. Ryan, Joseph. x M 5 do. Old-tolland Gin,
arrived in one ship. A a retinue upon a sma ino ie l)uC'y, Mrs. Jane Regan, Richard We are authorized to announce 'THoMAS 25 Bbls. Common do.
Ela. ])dr. II. 2 RAobertson, David REYNOLDs, Esq. of lMicasuky as a Candidate 5 Qr. Casks Madeira Wine,
----__ a large cascade upon a small stream, tends e i. N IY ees MissCordelia 2 for the Condtion. March 10.f 5 do. do. Malaga Wine,
L c-clis Reve, Ms~rei2frteCudto.Aac 0 2 do. do. Terieriffic do.
The Georgia Mirror.-The last mail brought to discover its tenuity2. a o do. T
T us neatly printed paper of the above title. It IVS--.W i .ts.t.n. Fletche', W, Smith, H.N. 0- We are authorized to announce the 10 Bbls. Loaf Sugar,
u Fitt, Saxm-el P. 2 Smith, Patrick 'Ion. J6IN Bstxcu, a8 a Candidate for the 10 Lump do.,
is published inFlorence, Stewart County, Gee. FIRT OF SI. l IIS. ield, ames V. 2 lr Council 1onve t,5 Ha a ahdsi. Prime N. 0. Sugar,
I and is conducted with spirit and ability. Sue- ARRIVED.I. I Convention. March 3, 1838. 10I Kegs Lard.
cess to it. Aprl 26.-Steamer Arab from SuwanneeFiitzgerald. A. Slattery Timothy We are authorized to announce Maj. 100 Doz. London Porter,
River. 'Green, Frederick SavageMrs. Mary JouN TAYLOR, of Mickasuky, asa Candi- 25 Boxees Crn:,m- ";m'" Cider,
: MASACUSETS.27.--Brig Science, Ilairding !8 days ifrolnN. Green FredricBuRtSavaCrMrskersr
SMASSACHUSETTS. GraSnmn dys ro John ''rau ick, William 2 date for the Conventioi. March 3. Bbls. Butter Crackers,
Yorkin ballast to Union Bank. .10 do. Water do.
The following extract from Mr. Webster's 2.-Steamer Alert, Long, from Apaachic,- Alozo 2 'i'hlompson, Capt. requeed to ounce Ge 5 do. D d Apple,
speechli, presents a bright picture of the pros- la, for Suwannee River GrahanIm, Archibald T ay .Lewis P. 2 LEIGu READ, as a Candidate for the Con- 20 Boxes Cheese,
-perity of tlie State he represents. 2.-Brig Bi llowaunrene, 16 days fr N Gady, Alfreod Tuton, Pearson M. 2 vention March 3. 5 do. PineApale do.
r ^o~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2.-tjrig LBiiiuw,Caurcnce, 10dja' iric.-/ f-aKiri 'T\T RT'* s PickledP stf'
o Goldsborough, L.-M. Wlhittier, Col. B. F. 3 CaI Kegs Picled P~gs Feet,
,,The Legislature of M,---a.:hi.., lin- York, with Mdze. to sundries. Hamilton, J. Wiltse, SamruelC Cat. DANIEL BYm), if elected, will -20 Boxes Bunch Rasins,
der the recommendation of the intelligent 28.-Brig Wave, Lewis, days from Apalach- Higgis, Patrick Williams Henry 2 serve to represent the county of Jefflrson, in 25 half do. do. do.
Chief M 4_.trate of that State, has caused icota in ballast. iomArd, W. WinFicr, Miss the Convention, to fornira.Stato Constitution. 20 Boxes Sperm Candles,
to be prepared and published, a report on I 2S8.-Schooner Sultan, Lewis, 17 days from Hal e, Julia nn Whlithrst, John B. March 10. 10 do. Starh,
the condition and products of certain bran- Charleston wvithh Mdze. to sundries. [ ,.20 do. Yellow Soap,
Iu!, oprigfpht, 1 ioinas We are ...ii.. to annnounco Capt. 0 do. 'having do.
chcs ofitsindustry, for' the yea ending in 28-Schr. Joseph Ashbrook, Capt.- 16 i;,, Simuel Wells, Augusts L. 2 Pm'rr.x as a candidate for Colonel Con -- 5-do.-Crhocol ; :
April, 1837. The returns of the authori- days from Philadelphia, with sundries to Mas- I Harley, Sarah White, Thliomas niandant of the 3d Regiment of Florida Mill- .5 do. npral 'ea,
ties of each city and.. town were-made, ap- ter. sbu 10 do. Young Hyson do.
'miami rn~dm~' ~ Huidsonv,Jsua2 Willis, 1)r. Len Nfurhla.,1838.25KgInot' oxd'
parently, with much care ; and the whole 29.-Schr. Go. Arnold, Ladicn, 14 days from Jacobi H JohnC. 2 Wialker, Richard M c 1 13. 25 K- gs Dupon Powder,
has been collated by thie Secretary of State Charleston-wth Mdze. to I & N. Hlamlei,R. 11 Joson. Joseph Bt. Wigt Josepe S At thsolicitaion o' number of friend., 50 I oSot,
.~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ Johnson, Joseph B. WVright, Joseph S. cI IWOosoi alo fa'mbr ffind. 105 bs. aSBar Lead,~t
-and the.result distinctly presented in well- Berry & J. N. Olney. l tter Mis. .ahiindy Wnaldrou, NS. ol. J is. GinSDie,-, consents to serV'e. if elect- 1 "al
ia Mrs.Jo tWailon,JN.S.0 do. Scotch Snuf,
arranged statistical-tables. 29.-Steamer New Castle, Lewis, from New Johno, hn Wiso, Jn d, as a meinber' of the Convention, from Jef- 75 Bottles do.
r# ** Orleans with Passengers & Mdze. to sundries. Judge, John Wells, JamesC. fct'son county, to frame a State Constitution. 30 Macabau do.
S"The grand total is ninety-one millions May 1.-Schr. Charles, Holmes, 17daysfromu Ker, Re. R.B. March 10.- 20 Boxes 8 x 10 Glass,
I-even hundred thousand dollars. Fiom New York via Key West. with Mdize. to stun- I. G. SEARCY, P. -1. I O We are requested to announce laj. 20 do. 10 x12 do
.i0s, however, deductions are to be made drics. ay --t. Gxo. T. WAHU, as a Candidate for the Con.T 10 do Pickles
tos, howe ftver, dc GL WR Mas2.-SipacodeoThe abov articles have been selected with great
for fSe cost (f the-,raw material when inr- May 2.- Ship Oconec, Lyon, fromJ L LP(' Iverl, eution.3 Ma .ch 3. care in thie New York and Ncw Orleans market,
portt -I. and fori certain articles enumera- with 2000 sacks salt and l.onIdou Porter. I er se r Leeit ee-.s and will e, sold as low for Cash as the market uill
ted mrJer. adifhirentfr crnhsadsa rmaBut then the 8.-Sehir. Romp, Harvey, 24 days from Bal- T 'e ivcd, om 'onsigument, about 1000 Col. AtnAai BELLAMY will serve i f ord. We r-tlurn oar thanks to our castomners. for
3. Schr. RooPersonsrveic, 2d ways fooes, ln tiftform. e r tol urnour thanks ]to orcsomre
lee ed, 1o epr sen Jefer on ot ty; i he t.it"fo erIntr" nag., a d h p e that w ith tile ro-
whole s.tement nned to soti ba- timore, for Apalachicola with Mcdz'. to Betton ll" es wilPdonwel t ithem elected, to represent Jefferson cottr, in the aton he a wth e re
hesofi -trv only ; and to present an & Filsher, and others. i th th above. 'They my be had of onvetion, to frame a-State Constitution.
chess of inUs-ry only ; and to present anMarch 10. stock, we s': 311be able to ensure a continuance o,'
entire and comprehensivee view, there CLEArpiE. pQs, .9 letheir patronage. KER & K1RKSEY.
should be adjed the gains of commerce April 27-Schr. Harriet Smith, Sherman, .. -.. ....... We are authorized to announce Gen. Tallahlassee, Apil .-21t3.
within the veal', the earnings of navigation for Pensacola in ballast. l'c "- GO D. TI'HOMAs BRowN, as a Candidate tor the Con- "IEMOVAL.
and aloshe v.hiole agricultural product 27.-Schr. Evelina, Baker, for Pensacola in UST E EIV l Brig St. Marks, an as vcntion, from Leon County. March 31. UJ EMOVED from No. 4 Berry's Row, to timo
0 alste ". sortrmcemt of' -'ie lothls of tim best quai- 1 Store formerty o-'cupied by G. H. & T. I.
f tile State., ballast. ity, firom lhie Ilite-? hnuportalions. Suimmner Goods,1CeNyE If&TK E
0"The result of ai1, if it could be collated 28.-SteamerArab, forSuwannee Rivcrwith Crapel, Bron and \lVhie Drill. lBuif Cfsimer t We are requested to announce L. A. Lindenberger, corner of TMinroe & Jefferson Sts.
and exhibited tnoget-r, would show that Mdze. to sundries. While do. I'ILGRIIM & LUDINGTON. Thompson, Esq., as a candidate for the Con. anil roceies Provi. ios &c.
and -6xhibited, togerh-r_, would show thtlt g.Sh.Wlo RtrWooran- Apl *-2-f.vti. i Family Giroceries, Provisio~is &c.
Z! s cap- 28.-Setir. Welcome Return, W ood, for Tam-m April '2 A --l1ii: ventiou,
the-auntnal-product of W aassathusetts cap- We hwe just received from Baltimore, a fresh and
ital and M,.s.i,.|ii,.. tts industryy, exceeds pa Bay with sumidries. S lE.-I utifl ordr r irch 10.c he supply otfGrocrieh's,iinors,iqo' s
on hun 1, o NV 30.-Schr. Geov. Arnold, Ladieni, for New s' .Iellal by i-hic csu pyfr.erIiic' > oiilrrriiorr'
one hundred millions of ars o, We are requested to announce JAEil C of te fblloi
of, Orleans with Rice and Cotton, by J. N. Olme-. D. P 1iA.RiiYDT. S \\e are requested to ainounme JAMES articles:-
sir, Massachusetts is a smaiu State, in ex- 30.-Brig Statira, Babbige, for New York b1 >Ipti 11, l-3.-'22.tf I). WESCOTT, Esq., as a candidate for the L iquors.
tet of territorv. You may ),l out her Kerr & Kirksev, C o 369 Bales Cotton. Convention. March 10, 18'38. Cogniac Brandy, Holland Gin,
tei tn'tmiiitr. o ay1'rkot Kerr & Kmrksev, (1, am pa giBeldo. Cotton. Ru
dimensions seven or eight tit.-os oil the "'-- For" Ne( -l---~O~-- ...... o.E. Ruin,
diIei.. .arg. We are authorized to announce Capt. Old Peach do.
-map of Virginia. Yet her popu ation is rAssfrixsEs. l' ", IIE Brig Satir t .ill sailabout Old Peach do. Old Rve Whiskev,
seven hundred thousand -souls, an the T. More, James T. Smith, Doctor Holland, .m L the -st of May for N-w York JAM.- E JiMs SCOTT, as a candidate for tie Conven- Old Jamaica Spiits, Rectid do.
a al result of their laborious inus, ', Master Lewis, Rob't. Ervine and Mrs. Barnard. I p"or passage ouly, apply to Ker & Kirk- lion, from Jefferson Countv. i-lC, dI
r annual result of. their laborious inusT, s, oru. April 14,22tf. Old Madira Muscat,
economy and labor, is as I have stated. May 3.-Schr. Arula, March, for New York, April 11, 1 .-2-tJ3. Old Madeira uscat,
.. Mir. President, in looking over this re- by Swaim & Madden, Cargo 300 Bales Cotton. i Patent Chemical Smeily do. Sweet Malaga,
--fNI r. President in lookin r this1 I 6 -I tSIC E-White. clean and iiice, ilor B;Idc by YEAST POD Eni Simrry, Chamapinaic,
sult, it is most gratifying to find, that its i -- We are authorized to announce JosEPn -D' c P. BARiHYDI. e e 1 TenOWDERS. Tneriffe, Claret
.. ......-lEiPora, ae r amialesusitute Port,Clrt
great mass consists in articles equally es- *'%JANTS, Esq. as a Candidate to represent April -I 'f i[JESE POW ar
,1UN s. middt -li Poor STmns mareian alltinidsl ofnbatitte Prtrdas
sential and useful to all classes. They are Jet'."son County, in the Couvention, to frame i i iTr for YEAST, h ia tl alhe in a ll kinds of Batter o Part ritAo.
not luxuries, but necessaries and comiforts. a Col,.,itution for the State of Florida. Io o-pr i .. ,;...kween maiudh Itc9 tre ig t a mded iii
V iIccpmImoersimip r 1 .m *i-t wee 11mnaking" time B ttter Perfectly lighlt all(d ready for B-1- R ose-, Pmmrtimit Anmour.
They belong to food and clothing, to house- May 5. .1 tlie Smubsribcrs, un r m:. ..... !!arhv-dt & king thie instant they are mixed. luekwhent amil Anizette. Cinnamon.
hold convenien'es and education. Asthev -OTZ Gamrett, is this diy dissolvh-d by mutual cosent, other Cakes, when imad(i with these Powders, are Frits anid Preseri tS
are m-ore a undr m ore ,nuhliplied, the great E esbyterian Chrch in this city ,.ill N The t;isiaos. wi!l iu fa tur I be co.iducted by 1). 1. less likely to disagree with til stomach than those i I igs.
am'e ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ VI nenot'e1,11V B 7iilmxt will aetmi 'toll time tmm'-mmm'ms Of tmPme7sid mmmade awith1 Yeast ; miOmdas it r'Nlmiires but a few mi-adioemunpid hegetlIPareservedmCori, Orangeess-m'hti a o-tn amdee m ) eslkeyt msge yii h tooml tmntos iu.Pr-evd rmgs
majoity 100 snoiet bcmulles, more elcva- J& e -syea hrhi hsly il;Ru)vt,,; !^~, 1 leI-i-so hadmd with, DivistT abd opne it] ruqnic Iu a in- I1 e PervdOag,
majority of society becomes more eleva- with l)ivi' permission, te opened for "public firm.Ph ihD.1). P. BARIIYDI)T'. utcs to prepare for Bakinmg, the possibility of ev-er ii Risis; Do. Limes,
ted, better instructed and hiapicr in all worship on Smunday .3diinst. On this day time pew s having them souit, is entirely avoidd. For sale by Prune, p p
better I have hooked through this 1will be free, and time titizenms are invited to attend. T. IV. GARRETT. haigtm oasei i d. Fo.o einetApple,
'Thokie Sale of throue pew. to h hiest ir, will lahassee, April 13. 183-..-3. "WA DDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS. Dried Apple, Do. Citron,
......l of tieApew.lto1--23-tt: Citrobdder,1ill.1Gitron .
whole list, Sir, to find what there is in it take place on Monday tl.o 14th inst. at 11 o'clock, I LO'R .--rsl and sweet br sIle, iy A Citron, Do. Ginger.
that- might be faiIly classed among the atwhich time the ternims ofs.i'cill bc miade know, D. P. BARHI'DT. STOLEN. nits,
higher luxuries of life ; and what do 1 By order of the Bod of'Trtse April 1l-22-tf ROM the Plantatio of the subscriber, residing AlmodsI EInglishl Walnuts,
ROBERT BUT,Z:R, Chairmnan. F '" OJthP'lataino h sisrbr eiig Alo
near Monticello, one mile beymind Col. White's Filberts, Pami Nuts,
find? In the whole hundred millions, I May, 5. 183S-B5-t C i AI --Primc laf Lrd, .pt costantly fore ading to olloian's Store, a Ba
find -but one such item ; and that is an item LO T Horse, about nine years old, 14 bands and three OysterPs, lercs,
of two or -Horree hboret timusayearsloldSr.f13. Pd amidIthreencOysters, G mlrkikms
of two or three handed thousand dollars Lo 1). P. BAIYDT. inches high. Just above thie lhoof is a little white WValnuts, Cabbage,
for "jwelr, silveih and silver plate. This 1 the Miccasukie road, between Tahilhassee A pril 1 -2I2-tff hair on one ot thie iind legs, including a part of the
fo r 1j e w e lr y s il v e r a n d s il v e r p la te ." T h is n T o i e l n a i n l ~ e T E o h n a d W s e n y i P ic c a lilli, C a lpe r s & Q r s
odand J. 'I'. Lorimer's plantation, a P0 'ict /bl UT'iyER. -Goslicn and Ilestern, by thie hoof, lhis a long tail, paces and trots well under the l'clml, Calmr. & ')
is all that belongs to luxury, in her annual Bok containing boat $500, most of itn lpudo Kg, e o tly and sadde, carries light head. to Tobaclo's,
product, of a hundred millions ; and of this bills of the Union Bank. A Government accomittou n t m onin The subscriber will give a Ilibera reward for his Brown's loney Dew, Small Pl
no doubt, the far greater portion was sent of C. F. Due"rr, and several letters. The finder by I). P. I-AItYDT. delivery to him, or for any information so that lihe Melow Ridge, Fine Cu ,
o f returning it to N. M. Martin, Esq. 'Tallahassee -will Ai-l AIfr t --' mmay obtain him. Cave dish, chewi
abroad. And yet we hear daily, sir, of be :i.. 11, rewarded. C AvendiATis-J .-AIl w'o wish to eat good ZACIARI1AII BAILEY. Do. Sn .
the amassing of aristocratic wealth, by the May 5, 1838-25-4t. S bred.d!, should have it. l'or sale by April 21, 183J.-2.3-t. Sniffs,; I
progress of manufactures, and the opera- i Maccabau, ]ap e.
lionress of tmecmanufsytures, an A-opemra-V 1OTI1CE.--Six weeks after' tate I will apply D.rP.i-ARH-DT.XPIOVISIOiNS &e. American Gentleman, Sech
tons of the credit system ? Aristocracy, 11l tothe louorable the Judge of the Corni" Court April 14-224tf 'Se otch.
totiethn Jmgeo tm (Cli'(cr j6 II s. superfinme Baltimnore Bacon, Hams, Snpl. Ial-l aiurL;
it is said, is stealing upon us, and, in the for the County of Gadsden, for letters of Adjminis. cr -. at e botl odci, un Bm S d ins uldes amd m mimi ams S C ,gs,
the form of aggregate wealth, is watching trationsdetnisn, on tieEteof Murdo i u sale b the bottle or doa.en, b9 t. rcgedy ,-Whikey,
.ow e z1 'th esof'laci m ifts a ir C o uni ty e ''e b
to seize political power from the hands olt r, p AtYDT. of 5ll (Ins. Superfine N. 0. Sugar, A dFRESH
J. G. GUINN. I)- P. B,IRIIYDT. oIhs m~rn .O naAFEHSU'L"O
th e p e 'W a e 10 Bibls. N northern shad, M ackerel Ni os 1 2, U, 3 a ly ridOa dfP c
the people We have more than once been Quincy, May 5, 183S.-2,5-6t. April 14-22-tf 1 Nor t m erirli orMae rel, SNkc. 1 .i a P O
15 Do. No. 2 imiackerel (superior,) led Codfish ;' Simiuo-ked I f ". Salait Dried anid Picki
gravely admonished thatin--order to ima- $0 EWARD. 1DISOLUTION. 10 Do. Pickled Hlerriming, Tongues: Bologna S -crr .ng; Smoked Beef; Do.
,05egs No1 LmrdSogir cracker in 'A
prove the times, and restore a metallic cur- A ANAWAY from the subscribr's p 'antatlion on tI E co-partnerslhip ieretotore exMtinunder tIe 50 Bbl. bet No -Ark Cider, BaltioSgr Cracker.ms; Pin lmsa' nd ateBttcr, heeseand
reneCy for the benefit of tile pooe the rich lthe 24th of April last; living on the St. Au- bfirf o f Meaeny & IIawes is this day dissolv- T10 bls best Nw-Ark Cider, Baltimor as, S ; Rice; Lard
ought to melt down their plate Whatev- gustime road ithin one mile of ti he Ocilla river, a ed by mutual consent. All those indebted to tle 1) Boxes Cuba Preserves, assorted, lour; Molasses; Ve ort
oug oldownir-,inroad within one mile of t ihe Oilla river at e said firm, either bv note or Book account, are request- 00000 Feet ilitc line Lmber, Cliampaignoe Cidme" -" a' assorted Catsups
er such a melting process might find to negro man nmed -ariso i is a brht sd to nke miiite o o t r rs w Just rcceimved and fr Sale low, in lots to suit pur. Starch, Mace, C" r, near- Alsice ; Pepper;
late about fide feet seven or eight intiches high and is edi to nm-lm imimmiate payment to S. F. hl.Axws, wmochasers, by Ginger; ,Canist love' Nm,..:.. I .- and Cromid
act upon elsewhere, Mr. President, I as- twenty-five yaars old. It is supposed that hle will is fidl authorized to receive all debts due the firmi, LCOCK WOOD -AUITt Bon r B 'starj.:ac i _":,t offe- e ,'r-
sue you that in Massachusetts it would make fbr outhI Caroli-a in pursuit of his wife, i and gime discharges. o Srt. Marks, pil m, & -t3. mon mana Limpuga
discover tte A ew spoons, candesticks possession of Capt. ). Bird. An person appre.- T msilmess, mwmii hereafter will be coninfue'd by -1Ma rks April 21-3-3 Oil\ P k-.ansingburgh Ale; SweettOil ;
disover sit ale A w spomos fmil bending said nmgro, and lodging him in armiy of the 'A 'ML 1'. IlI my. CANDY FACTORY. 'aii ,es, Soap Powoir, Shoie, m d &c.
and Jaher similar articles, some old family J of So. Ca. or Georgia, so that I can get hin D. McRAENY. AE h CRNTER & KUEN.
pitchers aid tankards, and the silver por- shall receive the above reward. S. F. tIAWES. Our motto is, 'CCashpaid and Cash expected." __T__lh -see !,prii 2S,--24tsL
ringers of our nurseries, would be about CORNELIUS BEAZLY. Tail'has '-, Aprilib,-22-f'. A I.argc Assortmnentof Candies mnadetokeep -
_P. S. lamnisom lid on whem lin left my loese, a !i during thIe Summer months, now om hand. fresh G'S GREATC "k ----
the whoie. e full suit of blue cloth, and carriedI oft' with him amy STOLEN. from time Factory, warranted to stand, being made -* A '
So if there be any ab-istocrats in Massa- handle and saddle bags. C.B. N ^N I ... -.-.i night 19imh inst. from thie subseri, in the climate. PRESS'URE.i
chusetts, the people are all aristocrats ; be- Mouticello, May 5, 1838.--25-4t. *ly bars house, whihl tie was absent, Thiree bills of Country Merchants would do well to purchase be. "V UCIt l ,as beIn said and doin to p 'a o,
cause I do not believe there is on earth, in .. E JE. ,I Tc?, it0 ccl, onthe UmimomBaikos'.'ioridai and tlmree fore thh o"t mveathmer sets in. ioea s resi he intiest's oPiens.'i'he nmnmersi0gmm
ca s dioh nCivi li eved"ceV l ther ae, so earth, i G R-O t E R:IE . ] onte,J I "".- onodO$7de stJ'. nurG".Padrick;lsOenfoneS2of$4 Al~o uhrmfor sale, theo teufollowing, just imported artiele,, anpropose b c ty the i..trodtuetoi~ne e or s f V1 r~h~Jern & u ^ "
a highly civilized oeCiety, a greater equal- cn ooonrlhavo gust received per Schn. Rob ta ov from 0 *e on bod s, on Ja.uadrilta one of u,"ro forKoeptch m ^""i 1 nrotos? t edct fr (Pyne &.
ity in the condition of men, there. If there 1 New.()rleans, a supply of well selected : " on .t.H. Rhodes. due 1st March last. A re. Sallad Oil, t'oy, i" a, measure to reli t, thr -
be a man in the State who maintains what Groecs'iccs, which will be disposed of fow ior ward of n10, w.il .R e side ir the recovery of the Capers, i tors elites <;o Baling ar t r"e so ir at ain- rate
or drives foam horses money andnotes. Ol ivjmachine ,s siuamplt" -'td aetmpresp on '
Ic .a qupage, or drives four horscs sh, bwoLEWITal &o tIT 'INGHAST Persons are Ihereby- cautioned against ti'adiiig for Orange Mamalac, I "lie wnied', otPf l m'nt tils" coastructio'i.
in his coach, I am not acquainted with him. May. 5, 1s38.-25-3t. sail notcc, ad tme owners from ])aying them. Prese rved Orange, r orit 2n'inclue- ,ii do t h -iceed oft5re to f
On the oti~er hand, there are few who are j)ISSOLU'IO. i Talihassee. April 28S 1- JR4.t3 Peasis screws i ho r wgt hands t h ouho
F E P i B r tc] thme sim tune, amid can eashy le con-siny of otr ch.
not able to erry their wives and daughters tIE Copartnership heretofore existing under, -hoinlase, edundr a he ttae?0'3t"th n-oswi'as
ChoA E O TL NFn coltc, shotcrringto ..... j~5~, -il as
-to church in s5:-n decent conveyance. It S the firm of HUoON & BBLey, is this dtay disa.y di I STRAYEo OR STnight Fine, as l Spr, an rrie twents/or0 hi'rty years, or auplietime, t mihMomt wrep air.
is no matter of regret Or sorrow to us that solved by mutual consent. RtOM etTrt'omir, about a fortimighit tiincC, a hmall Sperm Cetime, wils Te /i suant^1 ithmoest rem i"n
fwae ryrc;bttisorpieadJ. M, ILtUGON, Rl Iron.gray Indian, mare pony,, abouti 6 years ohli, Ice CrJleamci-i rm,iatfl kept on hand. s/ppaan elsewhere, thatt it hems bccen generally ij:,.
few are very richAh but uatis our pride and T.A.BI s a very fast -all, and cattrs well. A reward Pmtro uced. F'or the prormae e one rt
glrythat few aie very pCW. It IS our Tallahassee, May 4,-25-tf of 5 dollars will be given for her delivery to D)AVIES & KIN DONS. irke county, Ge.e, se tihe Augusta Chroni an,!
still higher pride, and our just boast, as I ^AI,.-tFnist rate, and warranted to draw m r, pl 28,-- 3 4-i. t .o rJOSE.. ALEXANDER. April 28-21,-if. Dte on t he ahinjt, Alsoi onothe pc "
think, that all her citizens possess means ) without the help of horse power or blister plais- -I'-- '1)NGT--Fr 1 Imm f IT -rR I eroftiscon-. m
of intelligence and education; and that of ter. Sold by I). P. BARHYDT. "' "" PEACIES.-A mica article for f R GF resb No. 1ry gi'eterondstcmmti, totc -'op.ea: aa
all her p'oductions, she reckons amonm the April 14-22-tf 'sale by .e. .c. m t'"c to press i,,xt fall n ---;-

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very hiefest, those which spring from the AET II.-A superior artic, fr ringl 1-- 22i D. BAiiYr. Tallahliassce, April 14,---22tf. screws will do we itoa cu.ll amd eamime h ahii,.
culture of the mind and the heart. C_ se.l by A l-l t ". before buding.ll
_4 -tD. P. Bl aIIYDT. tORDIALS of all kinds, a delicious draught. ANW0 DOLmbARS EWA,"t. PERRIN & ROC''TfIt?-,
-- -April 14--'2-tf. C Call at D. P. BARIIYDT'S R ANAWAY from thIe Sbscrib'.r'on Athe, 18tht i," "r'f,
habit of procrastinating is to-the mind E&iCKLELS, of all kinds. Call ton April 14-22-tf nh .p s yloNegroGirls .Tev.dbutdN0 Ap-,._, '
April:njh is a yellow prgirl, ini-t bomit 20 years;
what palsy is to the body. D. P. BARIIYDT. -ERRING.-Them real N. Carolina pickled NaPSnt- a black girl, aged Out 15 oA.rs. -I.e. ....--..... .
Ile only can discern his real friends, who April14--22-if. IlIirring just 'cccived and for sale by above remvard will be give'e for theI oappreh.ensionI eirn toi -e
makes himself independent of thm, by AIINS.--Agood article bfB.nclmh, for sale D. P. BAItIYDT.oanmd delivery oLnf thmerabov- iegroesrnto mitranyJailr it,-sm on in ml'1it '(rie -,,,.
mak s bysJf ide endntorteeby ('QuitS", or atiny'far e. inJe r.l of t~ athbes a it(i'v Iomm fr ( '- c.mr
curiug the friendship of G(od, and his own a by ,, P. ), SIIAD.-A, ith hmStasne ior s article just .received so Cout, ear Cap'. _, rlto ey. thme Cornmer o ,, a" ,"' at u
fn i th Noi, c i fo sl imy -I J.. -ll"AlN .f t N he u m adinroear-b
S~~~~~~7 Pjm~at~i~ -5'R .t 4-l n. A PTIna-in ,a 1 A,.-rmi01'11T)1). ..

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Auctioneer andi CViiiiij'I3i
Sale Days----MIondaiys & SaturWar,-.
J NIIIE Subscribers have just received by the Ves-
c eels recently arrived cfom NNew York, and N.
Orleb.ns'r a General Assortmi at o.
GROCI:, /?*.<

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1 ,0tIn tQUiity Colut.
hV m :C M iller & "1 -"'
John G-. Patoiam, i Attaehr.inntfir 70 d.'Ilars
Ir il inm' .i:i. .tlie t and 67 cents. Smmmnmam -for
Sm mlmm and style of $- $"200. Returnable March
MilHer & Patnairr ', 'errm,. .
'['hoe. Jeff. Grene. j '
T I I ;derndmaint andiall other persons interested,
Sare hieru,!v notifi'L! of the institution of tho above
iii- Iiy attchm;unljit1 and'are'rquitroed to appear and
Spload.l to thi-.lde'lratiou filed in s-id cas).
S' Attorney far P'laintiff.

C -,ui--ty Cott'of Leon County.
i "1.' Assunipsit: Attachment, 75
million m3a-ier, dollars, suaminoons ad res. foer
vs. '. '300 dollars damage, issued 7th
SLewis Lyssard. 'l Dec. 18.37, rimced to-'March
~~J Term, 18-39. .
FgHE I, Dil'esfdant in said cast, and all others in-
.t tcros'ted will take nretio.'of thie Institution of
*slid suit by attachment Ns aformsa.i-L, and they src
required to ai-ppar and p'i:ad to tho declaraUon filed
in said case, am'eordeig to this statute in such case
i-ado adu mproaidzis.
'Attornet. for I'', "-i r.
D 9C. 9, 1837.-l-tf' .
N OTICE.--Six aliontlis after date- I tihall -ap.
ply to thie lion. Judge of the Leon County
mi-'ort, bfor a dis'-iarge from, the administration on
te castate of Johlua (:roonm dencascoh.
K. 3i. MOORE.
Nov. 18, 1837.--G6n.
O'OTI[1'E---Six mmonttis from date I will apply
i to tib; lei;. V. 11. Lang, Judge of tha County
,Court ofJ-icksoo Cmiinty, to be disluiargcid from ithe
.flurtiher manaum.gnmont of the estate of Alexander A.
B -Ilamy, late of si-il county, deceased.
ED. C. BELLA.MY, Exicu.a'oit.
MI.nriannuai, Jan. 1, 1838-8-.mG
-1IX Monthis after dLte, I sall' apply to 1,ihe i on.
SJudge of the Jeffersoq.n Countty Court, for a dis-
c(:h'rirg,: fro;i tl administration: oni .thlie Estate of
.James 13Brooks, docoased,
Jeff'rson county, Nov. 1, 1837.-ritn(i .
NTOTICE.Thie sabscriber has this day obtain-
I ed L,attcrs of Adtniuistr.tiots on the msstate of
of Joa. W. Kiig, tlecsas3d, tifG;dsdiim county. All
',.rsums lhaviigl ':ai-ls agai-st sai I CsLitL, wiMll
pri.saent thlin witimi tlhe timn' pmrei'eibad by law, or
they will bh biarrSd ofroooa,'c-. All Alt son i-nshin nbt-
cd, will make iiiiu.idi iti p iymi'ntm to
JONAT'1i IN RO-i- INiON, Adan'r.
Jan. 12, 1833-I0-tf'
N rOT14 IM.--s'ix monthly's after date, Imhe subscri.
I aer will applyv to the -ion. Judge of Gadsden
Couiunty (Court, f.): a iliscltarg' fromn tlio estate of
D)aniel C' .,l., ;l. dce'd otpaiJ eo' .n',y.
Feb. ,-13---, -,,, 7
.. . . . ..- ^ ^
&i,4 -1i\Iontlms fro:n date, I shall apply to theis Julge
of C- lsCIourCouo'ty C(urt, fur a discharge from
i-ho estate of MarMi II. .MclIin.
J. 1". PO'T'S, Adm'r.
0'i -1, 1837.-51-mniG.
NkOTXICI.-L'-Thi subscriber having oit:.ined
l etters'of admtaiiistratioul on tho est-ate of Josepli
'W. KI I.. d ,.- i-..- I, 'late'f the county "of Gadsden,
-herehy' notifies all persons indlebted to said estate
,to mnike inmnedi-ta p lyment, to S. B. Stephens,
Esq. of Quincy, ndI all persums lhaviimug claims
against the estate will In'esont them duly autL&oti-ca.
tedl, within tiha tiUma prescribed by law, or their no-
lice will be plead in bar of their recovery. -.
.Quincy,-Feb.2 t8. 2 :. "
T OTi((E,"--Si-cn months after date I shall
Nl present to In .m i,.- of~Gadsddm county Court
any accounts and vimahnics for fiual 'settlemn6at of
thei estate of John Collins, deeiasod.
Quincy, Feb. 294.-6inm.
N OTIC' .-AI person s indebted to the estate
Ni of Peter Paterson, due-ase1, are raq'aiested to
inake immedediate piayacnt, and those having claims
against said estate will plasee present.theom duly au-
A. GREEN, Adni'a'r.
March 24th 1837.-19_t4.
"-tJOTICE3-.--1t the next term of the County
.NLCourtofG.idndii County Florida, the subscri.
-.hr will apply to thle HI'sI. Judge of' said coart for
a discharge from ths estate of Aquilla Bruton dee'd.
,of said County'.
March 21th 1838.-19-3im.
"7KTOT1ICE.-d'lhirty says from thlie date hereof,
.LI we shall apply to the fonu. the County Court
.of Lman County, for ljavo to sell the real estate of
Chnl-ries A. Nclon.i late of sail county deceased.
Adam iistraicrs.
Search 24th 1833,-19-5t,
N consequenceo.ef the nezt Superior (Conrt in L-".
on, as now fixed by law, intorferiuing withi thlie next
termn of the said Court, i-a Franklin Countly, whicli
last Coart, for many urgent reasons, ca-nnot be ad.
journued without great public inconvenience, for
which reason, and at the request of the inemibers of
the bar, and ill virtue of the powers confided in. me,
by law, it is ordered and directed that the next termi
of Leom" Superior Court, be postponed and fixed far
tile first nlommday omf May next, and thait process now
issiusd, or tia be issued, be mnada rcturnablu to the
said last mentioned day.
By order of thc Jedge.
Tested .' T. HI. DUVAL, Clerk.
March 13th, 1838.-18,t8 "
1'OTICU.-Six c weeks after date I shaill ap-
jIl ply to the Jadge of tImo County Court of Gads-
den, tor lettTrs ot' .l .'.,,', ii'.'-.e ons ihi estate of John
Oliver, deceased, JOS. SWANN.,
-. Marchi 9--,7-t6i-i
N-O TICil l,- .i-,-m n x, rti,.'.i i, l. I,--,, Coun-
ty Court, I will prlearet my accounts and voush-
"es tot fi'iail settlenicnt, as administrator of T. WV.
IS i- at.
-J. TATUM, Adm'r.
M March 17r-Si,.tt
N OTiCE.-Ihereby forewa-n all persons from
i- nading for a; certain note of land given by mie
to David-Robcrtson for $575, made payable, oi the
finr', day of January next to G. W. Holland or order
as mie Conditions of-said note have failed I shall not
pay" it except compelled by law.
fManob 17. 18-itf. .... ,.: ,:

. OTICE .....- Six months after date I shall ap
LI ply tothe Hion. the Cainity C.(,m of LeoinCpun-
ty for letters dIsInissory omn 1.s L.Alatc of Dani-l
]"aust, late of said Ciranly, d1'?,. 1
." MARY ANN FAUST, Alu.'x.
- Jan..-, 1838:-.8,6all. .
;- 0-]WOTI('KT.-TlI, Sabscriber; Iram,,,'lim ... Lu.
..-l simiebs in thlis place for' several years, have fund
:it. expedimeit- to wind d'mtheir concern ;-anitlaken-.thias
opportunity t- return theii sincere thanks for the
-Very.liberal pniroioingt Which lmas beei extended to-
. rds them. 'lh.v oarnoetly b.in leave, torequest
"il.pprmi-.n.- indebte'it, them, to conie f6rwad -and
settlo their diues as early as po, sibio.', t minhir eammmini.
staucos will not admiit ol Iongcr minlu.'ne.', ail -Ihhir
vuil,1 rmLr,'i to h v 'e to r'ormt to li'g ml mumin.murei, uina
nothing but a strict atteintli'.n to li0m not .a m ill avoui'
.it. D. WILLIAMS, & CO.
o:,i.:i.i-,ilo, April 7,-2I-t3l.

. tJOTIICE'- Six -weeks after date the 'sumscri-
ILl ber, will apply to the Juogo ofthe County Court
of Gad.dden County, for, letters bof Administration on
tho estate of Raiford Hare, late of said County.
April 7,-2l.t6.- .

N OTICI.-J-TlIe Subs,-riber n newshisr. ealIl on'
. those in debtedi-U 1.a hmimI Cither I,- '.,.j or aceoanri,
fu'r. imnesliate payment. Arid as this is intended as
his last Notice to such persons, }ihiv ninm, by prompt
payment, avoid the expenceaas of a legal course.
April7, 1-t21.t?

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make immediate payment to either of the subseri.
bets, and those who have claims against the Estate
will prodcueu them properly authenticated tbr settle-
monrt. _
TallaihassBee, Feb.'8, 1 837.-Itf.
A ILL persons indebted to E. B1. Perkins by Note
or ac eount, are requested to call and settle the
same, as it is necessary that his business should be
closed as soon possible- ',-
S" E. BARNARD, ja.,&-CO.
Tallahassee, No'v.' 10, 1 83i.:.-1 1':

N OTICE.-By virtue of an order, issuing from
the County Court of Leon county, at the last
term, 1 shall, on the-first Saturdayj in May next, on
the premises, sell to the highmi.:it Li',der, the E. half
of the N. W, quarter of Je.'mi, n 33, township 2,
range 2,N. & E. Terms ci-'I. -
Administrator ofaR. Lee, deceased.
SMarch 2Wth, 1838. -'- ,

'Suberilier, atLo'n wecl.I. .mm..me, a small Bay
Pc.sey, rq.iclield rain.' ii, saddle spots, on the
back, and.has lost one of his eyes. a liberal reward
iill he-given to any petron r iturniniw lmim. -'- \
W -. I). FON'I'ANE.
Aril 7., 183&-3t-3.
O N hlm: nightt of the h28th inst. tho &hop of the
m-ubh''.,rb'e., con China.a Firuat, nr.xt door to ih''
PoI' Office', mig- brou,.crin open bly si.'mn-, .r:,n or
-i-perioulw;,'sd a d-sk, cumn-iiiing a large ,',.-iSek-
t'l Book, v. iti tweuty Dollars& n*10'm one
niot-wun ;Jem'.. McCill, of' 3ti d.,lJii, hi,l d ;i, on
Jamnids -Carter, 'of fifty-six dollars aid twenty-five
ceut-, wirre t.Iaken out. *
A hI..ral rei-iard m ill I., gimen for 'the l-etection
of the thief, an4dretiurn omf te money and notes, or
either. All-persohs are cautioned against trading
for tho above notes. J.LI I ESLIK.
SMareh 31--20.)It,

SICHARD R. PILGRIM, grateful for the pa-
tronage which he his hitherto received, thinks
it his duty to apprize his former customers, and tne
public generally, that he has recently received from
the north, a very large supply of Cl-tlis, Cassi-
meres & Ve Am of the very best quality,
besides many fancy articles, suitable to the taste of
all fashionable Gentleme i. Ils assortment has
.been almost ',,r. purchased by Mr. John R. Lu.
diagton, ot N,.Y.., .
The Tailoring business will be carried on aat the
'old stand, and conducted under the firm of
,P"I < I G& 1R I I f I N 6 'r 0 N.
In order that they might be enabled to furnish
their work according to.the most approved execution,
several first rate workmen have been employed from
..the most fashionable establishments in the city of
New-York-thus :.i i'l to compete with the 'ITai-
lors, of the'Northern cities. They fel assured that
their fellow-citizens, will give to them a portion of
their custom, and thereby enable them to give such
wages, as will ensure the services, of men, capable
of furnishing work in the very best style.
Tallahassee,-Jan. 20, 1838-10-tf

R] ANAWAY from the subscriber, on the 19th
Sinst., his Negro man ffarry, about 30 years
of age. Harry is from 5 feet 6 to 7 inches in height,
of a coal.btack'coniplexion ; Imis front teeth decayed,
his head. well combed, and interspersed with gray
hairs ; was well dressed when lie left, is forward in
-p.?Ai;iz_, and. not timid; was recently brought
ft'r'im Y,-.rk District, South Carolina, by Messrs.
McClintock and Hughes. The above reward will
be g;,m i for his apprehension and detention until I
get liii. if taken out of the county, and ien dollars
if taken in, EDWARD HOUSTON,
-near Tallahaasee.
March 31-19-tf.
ou0k & JOB PIaNTIrNG, Promp-
thrl .u.J Neatly Executed at th, Office of the
. WXS'rinlAN,"

read thlie preparatory and undergraduate courses with
candidates for, and members of, time South Caroli-
na College, wishes to locate himselfpermaneutly (at
the expiration of thlie present year,) in a healthy part
of Florida, as Principal of an Academy or' C'..i .'.A
His Lady lihas devoted almost twenty years to the
arduous duties of female education, aimd intends to
make it the business of her life. References for
competency and character can be given to Literary
Gantlemrnen in South Carolina and Florida. Letters
addressed to I'. L. Edmouds, MI. A. Yorkville,
S. C. will meet with immediate attention.
March 24-19-3m. '
3s' The Floridian will please publish tlie above
three months.

N OUIND, on thla Meridian road asnmal sum of
VB inOey which the owner can have by appli-
cation to the subscriber on Lake Jackson, 11 miles
north of'Tallahassee, and'piaying for this advertise.

March 24th 1838.-19-tf

(: ,J COST .t -'
W E will purchase Cotton at the hightst
market price during the Seasou.
Tallahassee, Sept. 30,-46-tf

N OTICE.--Mr. B. W. Thompson, is my a-
IIgent, and is authorized to transact my business
in the Territory, during nay absence.
April 14th 1838.-22-t2.*

M AC&KEREJL.-Of a superior quality. A
few barrel just received and for sale by -

N OTICE.-Six weeks after date, I shall ap-
ply to the Hon. Judg of Madison: County
Court, for letters of Administration on the Estate of
Light T. Townsend, late of Said. County deceased.
April 14,-22-tO

j DS. Coaton Osnaburgs.
^ W y' For Sal. l.v
Feb. 23--.15tf

,- _U ^ BJSUMEL'S SALT, mn bulk
C9 & Madden, St. Marks, or to Robm-t Lyon, Talla-
hiasaee. Jan. 6, 1838-8-tf.
0 -t Lbs. Bacon, (-arns and Sides)
S4P low for cash, by
March 24-- 19f.

Stop thief,-Sixty Dollars Reward.
2TOLEN on the ni ',l .:r the 1lth of March 1838
From a Camp 20 ,.iii.-_ east of Tallahassee Flori-
da, a public horse, bright Sorrel Colour,-switch tail,
bald face, and marked U. S. on the left shoulder.
T he scoundrel who stole the horse, calls tiinselfD.
Hewitt, lhe has sharp features, red hair and about
5 feet ,3 inches high.
Thirty dollars will be given forthe recovery of the
horse and thirty dollars for the apprehension and re-
.covery of the Thief, so that the rascal can be brought
to. Justice
Any information respecting the horse or thief, can
be left at the Floridian Office.
April 7,-21-tf. I
J OIIN P. DUVAL, Attorney at Law, is
authorized to receive all debts due the estate of
R. Halsey dec'd. All persons indebted, are request.
ed to make immediate pAicnent or suits will be insti-
-WM. A. GUEST. Adm'r. of
Tallahassee, Dec. 16,1837.-5.tf.
S UGAI, Cr..,,. & T.. at

April 14-22-tf. .. .
ACON.-Kept constantly on hand and fior
sale, by ..

April 14-22.tf,


-NTO the enclosure of tlie uundersigned, a small
-Mouse Coloured Itlsile, which the owner can
have on application to my overseer Itr. Scott.
SWac r issa, April 21, 1I838.-23-t2.

Law Notice.
V NEY AT LAW, will practice in all the Courts
in Middle Florida, and will attend to such business.
as may be entrusted to his care. Offlca in the romm.
formerly occupied by Edward IHouston, Esq., Wash-
Oct. 8-52, 1837-tf

A CARD.-THOS. DOUGLAS, will con-
tinue to practice Law in all tih-l Courts of
East Florida, and in the Court of Appeals at Talla-
hassee. All professional business entrusted to his
care, shall be promptly and faithfully attended to.
His residence is in the-City of St.-Augustine.
Fatb. 17-14.m3

H AS removed to tlme house formerly occupied by
Baker Johunson, Esq. corner of Monroe and two
hundred-foot street, whliere he MAY BE ALWAYS found,
unless Il'. ,mi'iii hlI,, engaged.
March 1-16-tf

published'every Saturday, at tihole room (up
-stairs) formerly o:'. 'p,.:.i a- i.imlLIoii- no,:r Ul.i,,
situated at the SA,mni e. cr'.ien'rol '\''tAiin i,,,
Square----At Four l.Dul i'r ,,u ,J'iiec, ..,r F .t th,111-
end of the year. '
SAsvEaTiSx.-EMxNTsinsertedat One Dollar.per square
oftwelve lines or less, for thIe first insertion, and
Fifty cent., ft.i ': ,.-h sb.-., iiat 'insertion,. Adver-
tisemnents n:., m itrl..l ..,.h itl,' iumberof insertions
required, will be continued until forbid and charged
for. ,
'ITAII communications, intended for publication,
must be addressed to J. KNOWLES, Editor. ,
9j No .subscription received .for less than six

: dn'elltng Out at Coat.. -- SERN COLLEGE. -7New il It ore. TI 7' [iIii- K~ P ,OSPFCTUS
T H'E Sabscriber being. anxious to close his bua Ot St. Atmllstiane, I-I-. ^ E SublcSerli-rs hlave fornmel a co- W EEKLY W HIG 0 P I G oF T
siness nowv offers at reduced prices the remain IE COMITT'I 'E appointed by tlie Trustees I partnership in the 1w)ryy business, The Paper in te World FLORIDA AGAZINE. '
ing piart-of hIls stock of goods consisting of the fol 3 oftheSouthernColleg of'St.Augustinetoor- -^ undFr the firnof
s lowing articles:- ganize thle College School, woahl into_',n tbe inhabi. t Waddlel, Si a 'I ; :. & IcuWi. Literary, Political and Miscellaneous. EDITED, BY Tu REV. ). BROW.
lack Fltntushing, tants of this city, and of this Traritory, and the pi-ub- li,. 1,v jv;st rccived and no., ofifr l,>r sil' i-Tf AC,' Numbl-nor is equal to FcAr Hundrd and E make no promises of great things to b-
M .ixcd Satt ett s, L L .- LI. tha the liberal subscriptions oo ir ci-t noedoor north ofJ. J. JBirg'sClothing Estabhishment .' For.-'lV 'vo pa s.duooCiino--nd ti yearly wF ltoie by o, ,' My -, as tif a n ew er'a of
Brown xrass 0Cloth, i ., ',*i. i, establishment of the College School, o iiroo street, a general assortent o'f 'ioh volm.to 'l'.nt -Tt T'o ans d Ni Hudred s llumiaoN Hwe 1 i .,rst upon th-aston -
Fancy Prints, will enable tli committee to open it for thle rccp, iDz I licia .isiLts, Oil4, &c. and Eiobt>y-Iour'itlici '- f e novel size.h unie i upon t aston
Broowi Sheeting, tion of pupils on iT iursd' y the fir1t day of F ebruary, PVrietyfPrfnry and Fancy a r- Ey v o tl 1'e l 'r1 T 01d,
.....an Fny r- 1 .-o unui,n'r Contains I .'~ ''ed 14 cod-Cut, \sed wmiliaverSi. It imp otJ elVSi~'l~ted fthat wold'isn
.. "coge which have. kaptup the movemeints of the world's
T'A"salil. Bousaett, -,ssing ,n the new in c i-p mious .., of Mr. ,r the toile, 'Sa~tirbal .11storical or of Portrailtsre. All for the onterprisesin leigibn, Morals, Phiiesephy, Politics,
F-'r & ool Hats, Carraras oii Gdeorgge Street in the north, part of the All orders from Physicians, ilaot1"s and Csunary innossidtrable saul of :Sciatice,, rts andAgricu!:
part& Shoes, Phsici, P.r) i rd i Literature. Science, Co.nnimece, Arts and Agiicuh
i#t& Shoes, City. Merchants, wiil be t ay rcei'd and :., .., ,'.., iThe eItant calls at oiar: offiieo fir a wok7 paper' turc, will be very greatly and immediately efected
Vralpping Paper, Th e commniteOe have appointed theI Reverend D. atten-ded to. ha s i duce Iilu:-to commence' t* ,, New Yo'k1 k- for good or ill, by ourhumble Pen riedical. When
.Florida Segairs, L. l'roudfit, a Gruutet"eof Union ( .. principal -torb t" I Wi -" f
Oio nd.about ...of the Colle"ge .ol, and fol confid fewll give 1 7 o.w e Vy Wweiced :Iconsiderable exps 'ISyoungmer than no.v, we might have expected great
09 iols andabout of the Collegettos which are satisfaction. ool, d e onfidet e il give J. 11. RAN I)OL. i, order to farnii our ralis with a sheet suflicint- things from our Iibors in tie field of improvement ;
'109 Bulshel of 1ri.lt PotitoeS which ait satisfctioi." B1,. C2. LEXVI:. Iym,'etoeoflt -u-BttLE neeessaryuatterexpcetemS taut ifrnow we can do i itit't, arid that even but poor.
selling at one dollar p rbr bushel. TERMS OF TUITION. T lda. c, D. 9, 1837 4-ltf" a k w'ioapw'r. Wae now ceset thm wi the fist we ma be satis tled, nd that evintlu
A.-- B CRAN'-- Efih duparnict rthLrph, leading, J7,-.-^ ;A,,^ ^ ^. ^
A. B. CR NE. Enih departimcit, Orthography' & reading, number o the Lmrgest Paper in the United States. Lounn on the side of good.
'.ch3,138-18-t. Brrys Row No. 3. p7r quarter, $3 Cott: rokerae & ('Oli i9 On Politis oI eiYgurao is alnrady known ; .our ar- Ifin causeof R o, we cangrse amite
t11 Grmrh ,ic ring,eogndrapSybsorIbh "lsN ti-s will oe coe prul,.,nvc, maoiate and. ceudid, towards v,'idicating God's ways to man alland show,
IllE subscribers have just received per Schoou. tit, oraver and geography, fIIE Subscriber would ir hit finl d nd w itl uga ci or re, a feloulin of that grat.st i
cr Megunticook, froal,.Charleston, tIo follow. Rcad^ing,- writing,mtc, ut rmmrohr raphy'g ui arith"- 5 .l.the public in geeral, tliitt lie has- conu nc'"d adv-ersarias that they canaanot driie us froom the field whichSorrow d suffer are moe to be&sired
ing articles, which they %ill sell low for' cash, or mc iea!, elocutio, aind other English Studies;55 the business of Coo Broker & cu whl e tihe "iare is a raag-of I. -V ,;, banner 1hft whrallyith sorrow t)Ie suerin tbe desire,
approved credit : Clhsi-ial D'p-n-tnt, -tige Liti andGrek than tle joys tof' t' proprus inthe tie i it.-
Cl Isl ".0n' ci;H erchltalit ill the city of, New iui-d'r._yves 6,17
2asks LonldonPorter,(quarts & pints) elas.% ., ,'al lli~iO~t J][ th cityof.thoughtless pofig'7-orhoelvws....
qr tsThilssics, withhAlgebrago-trsurveyinokand o, and is now pr'p.rcd to reczvc Cotton and Scientific Sketches will also appear regularly, complished..
6 CLoast Sagar, (Sup. qualify,) surveying, and other prollice, intmnd- for that nmiarket, whi-h.l he We have made arrangemets by which n- e will It in MoaAS, we may bf enabled to prove the sob
1 Bbh. O1 ooghla Ihi- other higher branches of mathematics,, and the will depose of, o co niiou, mmii fi itters binsf, be enabled to present every week, excellent Medicalenepcta-fdd nteditonofnni
. natural -Sin ofchemistry, Optics. asl'ney,iex enci o i f
9ke-y", ntasi n fc heisr ".asrn that fi'om his long acqaintance with thie NotToir Reports. This department will be under the supert a n -indepndnt individual, bt as a delendatfit oi
S" i &, Pons who have or may .hereafter subs ndSathn Mrkets h sha llbe eblod to give. isio of one of the most emiien, experienced and te or ofhie creator, to whom h. eey naoe
19 Ry'eGil Persons whio have or may hereafter suen a nd, forminc n
the pport of t;he iit. School and who place tisfictiontosuchits irf-cldispo'dto.pat ironite skilful' surgeons o f this city, and einnot fail to be responsible, and on the justice, thebenvolence, the
) 1h~Viske.1 t mei0ixeplaofcteyeiuterestchoolThere is not wamidiehal, forbearanco of his fellow n--we ask no more.-
f!ARLEY &.ORMTAN. their children in it,'. I t... -redited with the amount a ,otofny iiate t of thienrprodec1, bit in the eCjeurdagly interesting. faYork, n his fellow 'n-aedian or -
rI~lljlx A t-(-Uil~\. .. iuvestment of ani part of the pronee'l Ist H'V iiimy louinmi-hlliablid-isid in ~i-aw yol an -' i *of With^ the selfis syste of Paley lieitla" andi.
March 31--20-t1" ^ o tcrsusrptos in payment f tuition ait ^*.; ,UTEL "} ,hr bar "1 -t w3 lr "^ ^^s:S a y
aid on their ubCriposi yitf tuitiontorder or direct., JI_,STEN IAN F. DAVIIS, ti kind ias been much aneded. AVf trust our m-Witte selfish systeofIPaley, Bentham, a
Sti-cestaiblishied rates.a. 'idprnwic ` C 4 truestoureupLythe whole schools of somewhat l's disin wished namn,
JO)EPHe r A at s -N HZ-Y d r tg t e.--"if system it inuy be cal-ed"--we l. '. ,..d,,
FALL AND INTEI GOODS. JOSEP S. ANCHEZ, Committe'e, of Rcferenes: lon. J. Branch, R. W.'.. i.h"Sndwant ofsodeireablapbitio. L se. aiy bea-oe n. ,
rnluns nd w nt t sodes,'ealc ~pubiegiovdo.Lst 'Iehas can be honest on t.... h ; ,.I ,
PITE SSubscriber hasjust rtcivedsnd offers forSa.Ii, atTlllasc. Jmes L nier& Co. at Foreign and Denestic News, we shall give as by all means adopt theirsyst.It was framed for
Sal, a select Assortint ofCoth, Cas- Feb. 17, 13.-I f Qiy.Joh Collins, at Monticello. Wi. J. fully as possible, andWe intend to coppy largely such unfortunate pes s .

'S miedMohaan~ln~tFerlb.' 17, 183S.-1d-tf. oBailey,-1 fat1 M-1,61'l Win.^ ^ G. Prlar atk^lc ^
Niaer'es. & VestillgS. AlsIIa lot of ca- i3fley, at M'giaia. WVm. C. Porter, at Apahcl- irom thel Fr-.ic'm and EngishP p'ors. If in Imrosom'miv, we be pnrmiten to convince a
-dy Initl2Clothimig,-conisistiil gofBill-, 1Bla-ck, col t. -Cr ig &- 1.dniu, St. Jseph. Forei-ig u Literatura will msa with c'irefal atten- few, elso unconvinced, that theipupil of Gainaliul
Adelmid', brry and M y Green Frock and Dress F 'eb. 31, 183S--12-1y. ti-n. Our rn-uarasi i- this ddp.irtumnit ara inxiaus- was a wiser mnan th- m thie pupil of Plato, we shall
Co ts. is SCl a'ait.Lm COUNTY tGio. m c seat ti: mm-. G ,rma i s and Fr'uclit Literatura will be p tr- h ave ios something ve'y much to our satisfaction.
Sit na ck ai. Ta ise ,I .T tia larly naoicyd. Ini departmetamt-is suippli'd by If Pos.rrics-n y which term w e have no reference
Stelmlaixed, Mochaisr, n anetaOeoas. i tIS Eastiati o:a Mill be oped eoli the first o- l- LLOYD of tile late firm ofSaI V one l ne fin choirs of ..,ir .wli sr

Platinetand S~ctri uck-siyen, Frc ad Doss E da, April nex unde Artlhaei, supetrvision, o aaks rec Histrica Sketche WillEN w"headt&, oee obed-syl ^
o e a m A aolr f .. ... ... wh toever to the strikes of partizauls for power an4l
Satt-nett and Kentucky Jean Frock amd Dies day ii April miext udir ilthe smperiision of a l Co. having withdrawal firomithe eocie-ri, thibu. Initial Sethe Will it ..,,,, and place, aiid pecuniairy profit-iff true Politics shall
oats i-... -i untloimam, li- ti-iO d to tieial the hr iRe-ues itair be conitisu d uner th e iname o Carewihe eol be or served a t m orr s erto o the ctona anacorrect,
Plain, l figure d 'imin Ctlt-velvet Vcnts. 0 1' -',- lla i- ''o togSethir withe L ti', o t Greek, B"h .h ... ,.. N tc o pr n O n otm sur f frs, mi tel crs no weall tay ke doutma I y

m c n t s all o f w h i c h a r e oi ~ ir c d e i i a a p i o i C s U o ra r c ti 3 l S 3 3 6 5 v o s t s p a r n o p a n s t o p-1as e t h o s ec o s o fl pteo n ili n a n t o itn c ill w ill P o tr rrisn gn otnr at i o n s e e m r e q ui r d i t s h all o t l o i t h e dt I n h i s d
Sdo. do. Silk amd Satiu do. Frenh, ad Spuishimgug. T Ae'my i t VAIe & e IA. l M- ic s of pe t ne um, f our lari-hs, as yweatrestlmyWil be content.
a" ..ndand'ie nd ah y ia at itoi ,about.1.ttA oridingiit f the Weekly Whig. gvnol-- ------ Id;.- no promise, w enter into
iiteanlnai Bsolack 8Cp'dri7.-Sati2-do. .eia h ulh p :. I o h J "ao t t. 1. SF, cIt ois oar intention t ,o'furiish accurate Wbod cut no ,m i, .. o.-. W i our emlient Cote .
Cloth,hBouiubazin aml n igr'd Valencia d o.- 00or 25 iimiles- fion i'' u-i-ssc-. ,ROBE IEl' LLOYD, likenesses of our native nu't,.iew,.iwe hoto- b
Ra-e, Black and Drab Cassimer OiPantalooi-s. i '" i a-" a" T'... liOil.-- LEVI A. MADDEN. 'Tie Drama we shall take''i under our espcial keep. thle duty, ihoweveir"doute otlas h ito-

Plii ndSrie Altl~lJEkin, do. P. wilrmi n! I.' .I '.wok.Alpr gis h cry b"1d-a Wal as th right,"t svete ou~
P inii Sam sridbieripd B ck-sktin, do. l ( ls ,_. wriinmg ni d Arithuil ati, pr qaitn.r "o o t.e St. Irortits, DcS. 13th, p3c.-6' psing, and w hilet.iis d hal s aor s ayhl endeavor to dojus al ee to the aes" h eedof atreo ,s a en e right,"
N, p ole on -cord andStoel-mnixed do. : l ih ani oc s of E-glish, .,. i s s al e t i t o t o we cn disputed, ",of t ai s w.i, men ec l
Satti L EYett, Mavortei and enctuckyt wJ,.,, do. t tieted, i- -shall also closely criticso wthe wretchied i Ath the press, to -have andm to ni u.r ,: e 'ii.

Rsatiecti-,i'avenr-eumi-mimr Ifeitock 1 ^e i-bir. guig w, b' fohcued in n t'mmm il'tableo fiusl's,01 ofilor 4.nc 1LI ot,~ immurder so coni nwn. t1"^ staisly cotaii-i-e opena the tagde. upon h gre ioutr q-stikofm with ran whchthe public web
Also, a complete assortment of Shirt ', S io -d, nu-IM ENmurders so constantly couitede Upc'fa the S itage.
.SlAls a1dL. Go t t~i, Stole!cks' lBoadSaTY -4i1 iH 4e4al f~aon. N_- )D Nupon the groat question with which the public we].
Stusp~einlrs, (Gloves, 1atatlkercliv. term-ac.Requusts a contimu-imamce of the patro-iage hereto. Readiegs for Children Will be furnished, with a fare is conncated ; d,,anif in the course f chmlan
occuped r. WI. corer of -nro woo d, agmleg the w oo t gemierdiy aCcolrptyimng. Oman olctyhere events," it shall so befall that our little help1may
fo, ext-,e .t ,d tb o thecla e n o l e t ... N 1 b and and ainaso i1 rsn g eoffiiw.
-and all articles" usu ly o d at esimiu i stilmli,hi- "WV. 17. CASSLLS, Secretary. fore e tended to the laste Firm, a pledge the emsel- w" atioeqig t u o d he en t its hal o tbe --lth h o eui l d, I pis- a e.
erits, all efWhich areo yes to saor3 nu paiis to please those wi- o feel dpo- 1i b-a to interest n-and amuse i-hia rising gtinatiom seem required, it eiall mnot b withheld, I- this

'Shor o'O^V ~ula~ao ~h^son salse 4DL TIDLP/ isicS of tile* stage need rc. lto, an it a^ Swt n~ilan oiae.ic'ay
lcuts, 'all.o w -' i-r o e ce "m- s- or a rsc 3s sn s c. d to patronize dthem. IThe Msw of thie stage mconees a m B tio, and it Ipari t we are sure mfaable assistance f-n nio men l
hJor3t' ,7ptrBoUn1seL,.ai-i-.'.awillhaaoaa our duiy to peiopaint out, ms far as possible, experienca-, ars well as of high tidfllot ; w o, thio'gh
iT mahassee, Ni. 1837.52-'t. I Su' -. .. ,d to the T'-i- Ei17 SP IFI[C.-A cmre for time several improvementi s wich are absolutely s r r required f'-om thi feul f political strife, when neededog

T allah as ee, N ov 11 18 7 5 -t S u w tood thed T e ri af~ tl n I.. -^ refirbd^ ph -r n th fi ld 6 p o itic st ife w t "
WHE Subsrib~rs hc openo a"r tory it IgH MidicIn tia s b usinedvey exssvl, T. e ^V ^ ^ ^ 0 I 1..w wrier, whcwes1 oninr. ^ ld e gen
tisCit,(,i ..... .a S a tury r nl,. ,,., s o o "a .nphis gl ithi iOA HE, a, t a towe rfal antidote ,"eli n ite a i ollf i- liothoeot mnu'- tvi, l ever be first s itaoug tile foremost to i end a strong
w n-PARTN ERSAIIIP. a i" ','' wlms. p ainst the ScHErvy._, t!..,l .imty hand to save the repulmlic.
bE -ibsem-to heiscme g all brances-minofti their msmsm'hs,, s will st m i-in 11 i ifc lias taied 1,1 g n'ks All pam'- msgeiost theScutI an thme Lides we have a word to say ;lve shall In thle cafusa of Literatur and Science, 'aa shall
togIetSubscribs having associated theitieloves souswho do not avail the.im-selves of the opportunity s o t uity IoTs E 'tccv.-Thi ere -eer perhaps existed any not forget thei"iraterelsts 'v-balls s oasllfrolSshie nmoer.e b -ll-
.It "odh l. iof tm s, v th r o o 'liaidatiog timir ocounitsi, cannot expect longr emedy which deserved more justly the ep ithet of ion wil a- ni-sr .. d i-vlsit w i t th b ou ai eel to

shall ~ ~ ~ ~ MA b1 -1eutAll h eatos anidspichti';*c ionsf -s %viedin stma-!tli Tm, ndour hi ot Rieei ndwil ad iuchtotti vlaeof nd p rpr.ceilveou poerto rorteit.
IIAIMLEY & GOER 137AN, -i-in ":' i ne Alt reeatm ,-vi-.:h tihen remain u-. Spebiic. 'Thic e lebrity whici it lais acquired i c nsi ctaonio QsaI-ill please. We aoe f eully aware,*o p rou k fo

".le.' wIit!b v/o!igcugn in iswtotarv.. etlnlaI ~ tnnr~d prtL of uthe m te ut .,ii. IIi's1. wi ho pese We ev .ry w dy awmp etet C ourie Cof i gtb ck ofI & R iryalo Sicne,d W5
t teyspe tuly in g o tr h f iE l d te p'' sill befouand caioi-i'ads or' proper ofh 'ors France andi other countries, has imadoe it k ni6wmi a d t ,"To ou pipwe o i e ut ecei e an ialylm e o a d ier t hanarmiebaoihbig
Respecrlinerm their sold the pubca- I ou that to runkda our petpr _oava must receive -Edacitly hope to add morsw than a mite by avoili3n
Respectfully inform thear frying a ho atm-I -lie pi-', for settlni-ient. 11M. MANE,, one of the most precious-mromedioaf the art of cur g o o t p a
ta tlheoyintcer in mrit-i ti, a to or i Ir-elay & .Iar-h 5. i1i3 17f gin. I- a few seconds thao most acute andobstinate t fpatonl ioa ond' tncourlaereot of our fCir faiwnds. ourselves f'the peculiar's a i ou
o ccu eied by M r. W ay M axm:'%, con -ier of d ure -andio n.p mn is .apfpe ared. Its ,.r' ...., against ile Scurvy ina so ethal l y oia a n uteuc ry, tois,,muw:. ,'' .:e t o frsnt the a lt

Cormin, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ P I'vere -it, peroy ail are furnish- oii fwihi sclr~ycmoeaepclalya O Aj.-Soi ndEcag;Bn ooTbu ad al Jaksneriry p,3Fib.l, 1838 int e
ItoIak t i1ediate without being so qAmeek, is not h wever less certain T ales of set-iit- .-- o i st wilt always he f ound tr eror-i, ts anu Ahml a itrsiostnr "e e en i r of r va.
PAcii ff. ',R:' ptulmatj-rvy frI alounpl. and '.'-- l Soldby oi ileeWo e m -into irso dolurst 'ay il avmye, hafmd iexrai-e o- bodry;-a re
Notes, Cotton at nare', 1111 or Y, Tmi rmsmbeomms -f r.bihu, R L' WADDEL, RANDOLPH & LEWIS.e com'lie oat w -n s s o s- i mr,-.m, o n-is o
ntWMrctaidl c Par. tGORMN,-gv l, n er. 3dbihe e, 2 h,3 gle h boniu wluith top al adrd\aleitbvar

my ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a Ired n1cso eseey aifcin fte .!*,c i ois at oia, oru Kjip Gaout, rnipemed ev er d so Jn 27- 1-t-. -LD f 1,ia~c~ n may, be addressed and th dvos Lnr ^;' "
Talahtlaidatisc e; c. 3iw0, 1837.-77-tf r ered m a th, CRel, siic aA.il t d as, i rhoo- vels and robmatn es, will b' I 'i .t e .O.. ,, ,t many ir ,,' f ". ro Iegpi, al
Sn r o '" ."' jt o ..Blood, and all c tons 0" boes, The Poetry i e publish- ,I Ia.u',0 _i selected, ? 'or ite Arts and .,. ill -:, Science nma l Enter-.
Boo~i~Biiie1'y.L Lin -. '~nitmm-c f B~od, ca all ffscious J FR I~eff~ i~I~iIO. anu we hve enIaandhroavscyeeh imautifl amd-cwepricelewoi-Iotand tuo fo Flomdi, o wimili toavai
Dc08 -7t It and wil hae Pon h a, stvpal b pieces prise have done hittiofor Florid-,, of whicl to avail
01"I1' Skbscribrs lhave opened a 1ita1e; ri'lm IlilsA Miuinerhis been usd veiy extensively, 'd ii-.- aTINNER of tme grat Sep from kntowm writers, whichwe sil sou rt orsls: b shld oar ef'ortsim a oeoi gcemn-

T H ar n rs i p w ; .', I ,. .r ,, I b r si ea s, I t ch e P ro p r eto r y va riet y k ow n a tenr s a s Ia o il s o d iin o t e n m r e d li -- -. -- 8 1 '; 11 c f e u 0 ^ ^
l thuis(emty (e higo,', !,) awl ar'e aR it-i Pron'i"or las mt knema imsingle imi- .', N stake and Post-stake, 3 aiik i3 4 General Elacation, will formn a promnient feature twemp h to.d0osometlhig for these imtporrant branch.l

in~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ the Ditrc "1 ...- M hea1tsw,,o at 1 .5thms. ph:icuar aus wpalln tStatnacdaniny- tieI.. Weekly Whigsibr endasnd ssin er tsnkstllocedoousllou H w ll t'cdfour-i
pre--ardd, to exenute all branches of their uaie- I- l iinet: n C o i i mwhm i tiehas failed in giig relief in dis- ". S i e wats, at ''lt sseie 'ill Siand i e Weekly ig, a we shall ostiy fur- csof life, and sources of woalth'al cnfrt.

ring thi eistenM of he said. prtnershipwill havo general ,1.''Marianma-' i-bea presentc seasonhewrtmices wm1-h flatter ofd i-lie feirstviminportance, aod wolremats.and Foa Cosri-i i,,i-c,,, se'h '-. preamise i-ad dssidure attention
as goel styie aas cim m be md o -clscwere. I- C sensors .s hich it is rcotiuioni nledc: eve n i n l sshe- t .Iian b, otess re ntsa nw ih nish lttrof the first iulportan toreAts and case *, m 1 1 t d iG R
Bo, saet re mdItld t i a- iin -m" ,i-iO~~iu- atmdd-I e .. .'--'- Ii's, led com necd at. kC o.,iuity i,-,."arcnlmto ,or ,,.
te.isal.arneh. s lDGLm ibo usually expected f'-o;n Journoals of' th-is characte-,
T ?'DLro ... ,1 .; ,n ttle IV Nt J a*nd.. to avose vera lw.it alh0_= a c "'ha -<"6ol a h '"
ter t match- y s e bin -di-ng. "atypbr msle for hind sa a"Pt-e_.l licrnattsI rec aivw, ned it -o i Dt ior n ite cuAll nd the im owmnt la eersh fii' mor h bynd 'lpmis le m i-iio
Bills, Letters, & Partieular attention padt to -th e -imost dtc d amnd c ao.m, auis ha s mdi d -' oe .. io',m rd o areas, at this time o-ned in e Ter. c-ts, aml no es now a i, thi eagra o or- oe ad Fie .mini plrtiulna r
.. .,l, mmI *dga themnsel. s that mull orders effect of o nstrae pr. ratie m, il yield to i-ts imns of tperfbors ance aino d Pcf ilg'e, s-e bhan- h-bils, Spirit Lnumb er. ,o are dmrly frc origienal-. Mw i rchin iaid s--ill in sure our uinacr exertions to do
shall be ex fsuted-vithneatness fi.di' ii sacth. e-S umrcas wim a fbm homrs; wma used i.i Asthia-- of time Tiuea amnd Alrer Turf Register. aoad i-sill add macha to i-evale of th-' paper. all in our power to prmote it..
CUSIMAN IIAYoWAIcD. toursemnssm, i', ,cs mi-mi-ti to- ooetes, I of' braIa- it JP J, PITTMAN. P' ...... wil. Woe have a proomou employed, wthm "T'EohIS.Thi 3-m ..-- d ).:. 'rpllb published Semi-
'T ai-lahassoe, O ct. lii-1 53d 7 S- I -f. 'gi-v's iti-io-mm t5 re!'in-h- i .... tranq uail rest anad Feb. 17 I 1-,na3 for a loug tine hlias beau engagei- ini pnoeum'l g oem Q quarterly, on goo i'-''- ', '~ p ag es octaivim. at i-he
p.i.. .. ..l"'p. a su mhiig cogh, st is i-wtithost a rivl. /'he Florimdian, Irwi-on brdaI ud, &. Spirit of time -et W ili ,p. Iit Mr..- ; wvhis hum every wvay eoi.W tnetent, Courie r office, by 4i-E &" Ricui.issoA. PW w ice" at d
NueT-oirE. it oi:a of te mhy gef -o tlne epectornat eio, ad many b gi- Times, -ill publish tie above f hr moths and and .. I n. who of his ii to ie Na per au pmyatle on tiliry tohe first uiimber
r E Sub arier hd aving so. lil etir m 'a iito int nts w pc rat'i t sfent y for yard ihin acoun ts for payi sme t. York l Marets. U der oa coi racial head i-ill be E ort of i nas.e re in o o
Edptors rf.ewtheaners vth wLtmawdewill ange

ml tiho iteriesi t a thisCty, to o esrae, la ley&nd The hIipy costm f m-ion ofMa gotca 1 uba i- n tcTs, i oumad fll reports of si-la Maiks; Prioe s Cars'e'mat; w conlfera o 'ainc. by iss/e, Fgthe 2biirt.
saorblbai, desires all perono so a i'si a or p mteh to him of chi- 'it ua entry s Mpsei are petliiy a. t SAL t i. Stotie Amd Exc ha ve ; Bank Note labe, ad "h Jako vil, Fe. 15, 13 .
CUSHMAN & IvAY' ",Vc ot T's. ._ h' asr sorsi yead', nuen e d for e io to a l. P ian lue, e ing adl gcolu, ndEe-Te 1K1lep,.- .

to makelimuan-h-ie Biyimt tohmi S REAgetRMmmi-. duiimto tim d usciie 'c s PlfataeioL i nis- Lierf-mdston i Esq. Wh' eoe upo FIsTrateisfangriy Mortgagers Umatamber, iie to ntrmitusimosmen. 'H^I.tSTA{.\ R-YA Awl
L.P.T'1.in-, ,m 1 IFo D ,o Archer, m. t iha emaunii romm C niti/i',-tes a efilldir 2to ireeti as for asc, andomnpam i,, se otlse. A hfand-'oi-ice .. 'ikrs T d a year," a" in ai: j 1.F
iuathmm..'-.'m-r,,, i i ci'uitn' I by hi-i, eutumer i-my nielichbttlc. ,i-mi by 1. Carrilage, wyhichi cn mi e arranged pap-'r i--ill be stummi.-hod amiless i-he termm- are strictly "'1 I u 'd"ege "oeal~t. reunn to

-" .ae Saan,. ubdlosging tocontsatef oeiJHNPRHpL Csir. Adtls o llszs.Terwlekturning- to11'Cur o Jcso ontI~s-loia
Notes, (ton itle m-rket pun', or Cash. A s DDE, IN LPII & iieWIt. a F' -m a one hrs- Baggy, or tos d F o horse com11-plied w- oh.a al il b th e O o
T all -- hie darey henot. 1 te d i' i ,o .i 3 7].: .ImJin.1n1 -T.tli- i.'-i- t'. S- u rou m. E m mquirn at i-his On fni ce. Orde-rs fir the papr at be a r eod' -t o rile P. b- m n f t e f of t svocim-d y.-
arc ituhndaerl thm inaugmeof Cenotr lomi<'--' bt ese pla..es:lisie', JAMaS l. WVILSON, i- i-nie Ojh-ca of itie Diunsoiroexcausivow y toe prfelom titp inBsuLs, ri-'i wo ldv
Ieasrs are. & Gormnman, will no. doubt give " ''me nmae i-i i hiemami-tismi, Serofela on King's r'I_.N W AXT -j , im-nr ti-len romia time Poet 0eelce, uniless past pail. rsmid-niel th pr' c. I---this n .'im'm i-li ba n b abe tin
r t ansactio fa ..t PovisioFile apiaeh sio, ad a, e Hera id ,o&oS piritpof taners re- CoT-aIa tonsee, be2 drese to th* 1 *ior nt ias-rlyon .1 e th. 'rnd.; .,O ta vo.rd a ti .
emy friends al astouers every s tisetiom, iI'they .- DA wiiaouto harp. m. p- G r y- scriber nersin et r-- .si to ii-lie em present- Ie trusts ao'vver. ,t ,oi,, the pel
are patronized by them, hit wshioii Ihiaa' ever-' con- SLIt Rheunmmm Sybilkfic and- Mercurial diseases~, par. 7~H sbcrercniestcr-and sent also postt paid) to the OffiCe of i-le Daily oJ mnentiomned, a change lit the judicial adminietra.
fideme. W. MEANER. aicum'ah8y leer ba aaifl affe -i- ns otdthe boios, g..y on tmie manufacturing mlTin'. hg. i -io o ie t e is biet wilao h praict
e 3 3 -t'- eptie Fee BS. i-u momi-agamtric,,e Tilthse, a ml -uita bvo idro, 1 o fo ru he of e Marc -al, s h fo-, Hewiod proccirc
l~ae. 30 i837--7U; .,icecrated thenoat ,and nsostrihs ; Ulcers of every de- ware, and i-ill at i-ll timuns hi-so omu rersons ,, i', 'm -- 5, (post psi-c) wi-si be Cntatl d to wiashrt or-, }itjcnfed myoc ,
ss"e;Faapweoi iaauary a1,rs, 18-d ine al ab..e ; byn slmi i-lie oj tin reer areo i',. : ,ir o]y r od to, ivou til be obviatetdru .
1 issolubc oi o ('v :r '-ld ise i tra Smali lf- ead,, S urvy, hils, Chronic soreees, wEDor retail, on as rea sondi le copy for twooyaac's. "uMa.reo ad 13.r-i, e m- i- nme, le xvoeuiel hi adw"e at
T EW i e ParetinrsOhi Ti i I., -', I. r, -heeta '.. matolof o I e- Erysipela.is, holothcsc f, ai-m ee y ariy of Camin.at erms as ca e sold in aremy sutevheriumarket, deli-e- Irea d i e e t h r h e na ge
G.1r tiee si the ml.. rso. I t',. li-, i tte.'..-.latoeos Affhlistion oirAi Catan' h ad, Ueadachli fm rabI ta mstty of l.olr t T .assce. lokni r B T-ooan ona con Ne agail u Juacksoni, I n-d extend is pr.iee i.- -t ie ewly e
t Make -im R e pl.;.,i to is A agents" are qu-, se d to m s .isasso f sihm r thnk, 208r rcccted Couiaty ofe Cshit ui lie amwnill ai -cto eni-t d to bu -psih.-
i i-hi-c District Lf Ig I-.., ,, i-es, 0 thme 5i-li inst. paticuriar ca'nses-', paim i-a i-hue stomach i-iiand hys- VM. II. FRA-N CIS. h.Irs rlbr tenders sea r than st
b -I illI If 1, A r h er, a the c ulltto rh~tcind ril'mmso tof Taforaususaceom anynHo st.le aadess eli-i-tii-beunCosst-eofcnAw ar 'ale.

by mutual consent,f dissolved. ThosesI persosi i 'eith pepriy A proe edingfmwemhc vititoin ; affections of i-hi-n Jin. .--8-t. hto h iizensbyTn t0 ii ls-s fim ia t return to i-pbe e s.
ever, wvho have c atrukted buhiess to tCeir care, da- LierI Chronic uifamamtioN ofiH-le idneys, eah P.Sp. Having wni a experienced workman, iill g enr Iy, for thie lit. 1 ,-,r a ii i.- h i me fescon, time undnfsgn.
miiomte i-h existnea of' the said partuershuip, will' have general .1 ,. ci-scdfmy a torpid action of -li e articles wyill ha ude to order in mme mi-hove himae, cived, and i-ounad i. r m .,.,... -dthla satto n
"beiefat- of i-hoe services of b5oth, until "santa business vessels of i-hi skun. It is eimngaiarhy eflicacious in amad all job wvorhi deune with-e-t dday, either mmi-lih' hi-s essocmi-ted hiiimself wvith Mlr. Tun, ais A. B.msi-. t S 0itojeet5 and duties.
eiall be"completed.oJ- reniovatiig h-moan coustiiutions hich liave beeu ti- or sheet iron business. EV. at r. Signl &f Oriaainersuofra! Pantrtei amnd amse LEIGI READi-
tTIIOS. DOhUGLAS,n broken do-i-a by imtdmicios treat mint, or juvemmiSe miniv .prepared to do all ku-tids of work i- that linei Talhlsi-tssee, Feb. 22d,.183$." ..
eb.17,!., D.PLEVY. ,.- ;.ATI WANTED, i,,,,.t -ihose whoemy favor theu'aith a caln, that Tr,
Feb. ll & rIn, general terlmic, itis oecoamivmnded iin acl rhose IAVN ascerAmZ that1ffty-tvo Bali's of Cot- m., lhe pnmcmtual iy m ,fa.,,, r -theim work li-I ATTORNEY t COUNShiLLOr ATl LAr',
diseasies wi-slm'ehm ariv fr'om imaa u-ouritirs na thme blood,-t- i-omn, of i-lhe estate ofCH arles Black, of times rop a ior-a men-lik d ms uiaonner. 2 M. IUt GON. ILttent o theCorts of diff re o
Trptr nizdle &, Fen.alho Acadeomiellrs or n i-a-tiu-ion of thle uonnumr, of whatever sanse o if 131, wI-ve brought to Tmlahmassan, and I hiiye Hiviag just 'eeivea per SehVr. Leonidas, a fresh -c ne instedi nta
kind.'eceivedAacountt-Sals of biut thrirty-fomar; any im- supply of time following articles,_ offers thema for i-ao ti-es ofiddl-lorida, anid w'ibl also i-i-tumid to
handSkind thas t t t t v-Icollection of all claims pnliced iuyhi s ied layd for,
SSoeii-of he av ov comr pndint- may require seine formation ofti-liemmiaun in saich iie n -er ight"e sale uy for Cash that i pupop e. Of e fe at otedtowllo, F iorida.
W kILL recomnmenoce me;, '"r r ,i,-'', on M1oic. triflingapphicationms wi-chim i-le circuminitancee ofithan bales i-era dispose-d of, 'will bn thmaukfuhhy received. White Lead, Te ,rn de Sienna. March i--113tf
i-dy -lime first day ,,o ;,,I ,., i ,f .'nr hielao Su. nas a s i--ill dictate ; hi-mt fi-- -, ,renlemy, or Pe r. RAYMoND REID. R td do. Limser. Oil, -
poninmtend'n"' of eo'npotcmat itistructors. rifirator .to remove tm' -., t In~iaN Pa xas Persons willing to cormni-unicite with mis upona V-miitiaa R'td, iSp;ts. Turpenitine, A C2ARD.-
Thme tv ... nI:I' .:Vty ,.. tm... institutions amid i-hi- iill .., ,, b-fou suffi-i-nt. i-lis subject, wvill apply to Mir. R. II. B r-y n .....' Vlitiag, Gumn Copd i-h 'Vi D LEVY, AT'roua sr AT Lcw, wyill athenewla
superior 'lealthfu nss of i-hi''lo- vn of Quici ey, me- 'Thu e aho'valMi' article just received am/il for Masrc o 13 a-16-tf' do. Brosyn, Copi-h Var- ain, 'J e Cpro nptly sufmCattentrust-
com end th ems t oq t h-1L ..,i ..Was, .i.,tile5th. t. saleb uS ';p ain Ia stomacB aR n dRD,-.Croee Gieen, 1 B aium-ner, ed to mm care inii-li-c Courts of EastoFloritia, amid iil
ebiniasmutualcthemntoi8-i-la i~. .rdl-osi-m soinii- n ho'in of s aleo hi-citiz'n of Talah'ssee aBdXRh p'i-RD

.Pamenots ad Guardiars. .. .. cai-ri-l Acivtsifar Middle Florida. UNle J N .Ak'J- O- _'LgI tin, Yeio m, Limlmrnge, i-the Court of'Appeals.
Thev tennisaofetuitednedetoteirdcane, -iyCoo1nic l OtP OTICE is h.ereby give to-the snbscriblere to hi-le Yellhfow Ochi-re, Salphate of Zinc. Tallili isse, Feb. 24--I ft.i-f
:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tad terledf riton rtmodeamost oas cnllay 0,183.andSocaofshidBuoutstthertttentprsonv

he obi-aied in r p'ctablo :', ,", for foi- ti to I Ste ofthsnemih-iit-aaVe ndgris, .. Gmold .lver L-af
t i-elve dollars per momith. ...1 i AN As1'Ab [. tbeea referredc w br ex -niuation i t- C he-arlsH. DuPo t Prussian Blue, Fro -stuigis, il-l colours, -i nP Dei_ ,.
ts By ith-Ei',Roftie Sabslmiters PhamSationa in Jeriye rson Esq. When reported upon scitisfaatorily, Mortgagee Usuber, Veri-mi-ihlion, 'E JII P. YetrinnhsasoiY AT LAs, i-sill
uinyF. Doe. 33, ECR 83.--7t .RY 'Counn-oa Wedsday H.hF i-set, aN 'gre man ad Bods vii be senat to i-lie parties for exertion., Lte, ttedtimeCEIGHFRi AD
u- nmoe/i ,,asi,. belomnging to the Estate of' Robert JOHN P)ARKIJILL, Cgshmiei' And Glass onf ahllsizes. Ti-my 'a-i keep conottaiui- Sumperior Comart for Jacksonm County, W~est-Florida,
C-oPARqTNJ IP. Sturges, deed. 'i-imith-ec ove Negout has resided inhI Mrchi 1i, 1838,rS17t-tn by en hiand, all of the above parties for tme acdar. Jet. 250.if.
t'kE hav ifs day emitered into C,.,pm 'i-- -,h1.: .p, Tallahassee auadat St. Ma rks, and is W-ell k-nown~ min naodatiemn ofithieir customers, at moide-rato prui-e. i'I."
1'I under thle naumo. of Cenltert & |l~4'em" both i-hese places: a liberal mci-ard will be given for GUrN-SiIiT]! BUIjI[S]['IS. HUGON "& BAILEY." HIE SusrbO-hsrtrCE.-oFoidwt
METCLF i.preareGtoSmal-renno- Treparieee ec.t 23,llkins37- of Wrkintat'mj-TlhSuscri Fber.is2rtumn,1o8loid.it

for i-Is transaction of a tm~-.r -,r- & Provusuoum busi- bus apprehoensieu ama' safe delivery. -uI i Ymr. i-lie ispretertito a ofe pr e-aTamlhnssyehoee. ting83himself
.. .. owii byinjuiciouetiutention of perman'oseenotlyy fa oroehaltiith acallstha

nos." LDAN. D. STUGES Ama'r. Guns fipioni F. Toss-he's .
hes"W- ,. CEN'TER. MIarch 31,-O-0St. ofaeShp oi ias-cr descriptiorkgn, rly ,''-- .*I 'D~T] ].-''. ,,I imu.and wvishesc to pursue lois businaess, of Bfritkla~y-'
b A VEac s ci e rtw illni-lend ot ffty w ork ales yf C ot-:I be p nctua
J. B. KEEN. Talla7teusse, D. 21, 1836.---6tf. ""A Pedro, on on about time 28i-hy, of March a small 't &o brink-aeicount, le buonss peerut-
Tahhahassee, January 1, 18-tif. l .-AArRi.io of -te -oo a tD. i- -Io "6 bay mane i-him luin fli-la any I' r..,', r ,,,',,ins d i.] viva reo get ieso.Min i-hoecou ntr. llbu lsoaendtr
"I k i n d. rSm a ll 2.' ,, ,!i a nu t t h rt -f u r ; a n i u p lyhof thef ll w igort cl e of e r,,'e l. f o rt.... .. .o i f ll:c aii e e d i n h i l a n s o l

a iminuormatinofteDoCAte ri) g to William n'ood, at SanI-',,..... It. ,gri,, ed to his care, Will he executed in a paia, neat,.
S m oftTaoec m lit mar"ies ms.....rA t aid Workmani ate ma n i-er.F
N O T C E .A _le entetmtaiundat No, 101 Calhmour.c ... -, ...... A M A R R IED i-, ", 'i.. m, ,.- t'rsuate of time T iala tiassee will receive a hilberal mr i-yar. W M C.W ~. C LA RK E .
pef n ofio nhlibted to tlme i Estate or th-lahate AditiJonm. i." P University ofl l ing .--.. ,.:. nI,-u long expert. April 7,-2i-t2.priln
A th-,n Remitn.- I., deceased, are requested to fsTalalbhassee, Marchm 31,-- -Gt. enced in i-he busini-'.-.I f.u-.in, ,.l ccustomed-to .. .. ...



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