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NEH SLAF UFPKY LSTA



The personal liberty of the citizens
by been foqhd convenj iit Ircni other considerations to been disco%(.1 td in th'ir operation, lhat ou rht to (b in tenicdied j
dl '
to s 'euro, under possible be held ain case it
nii-i
of peacefully sacrtil to many
things I give btattilitv and reciprocity to tlui> pii\iec| <-?. hy a and mj'jiii l. for _\ our further infoi inatioii on pcems tOt) IIABNLSS &C
and honor of the Country, is willing !
circumsuxiices, the rights .he Minister H'cly cornrfleWIal i'ieaty. The ill h-ati! of thf .Mnn, at the xvill! of a creditor to whom he ,

hare ghcii >uch insiiucticms to ill evince that desire yrarcljVredltjjLrUfiikiiis! ?ipntjio>ition for tat arian"nic J-ecretarv of ruf. which I tball hereafter submit to to Minendcr till the means he has of discharging
of London as '
the Court ,
sent to disposition, whichrivccami.nd.Ult I fc jd not pe iuThnn to remain, at St. l'ttriLurg ; ybur ef'nsidertInn.'Ii ; his debt.'The KEIII AND STURGE'

; ; and if met by ill correspondent an end to causes t* collo- andtHvitteiitiotyQliint Gut 'rnmcnt. during the \\ lj'c ) ctruI! j-e-icesecurity .-f oar Co-iffdorated Stairsi reports from the Scmtarirof the U ar VE lately receivetl at tl.er! SKDI2I
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jit of tu' prio.l MiiceTTi departure.having !h'tti nccupieil i- the no\ pnnrip.tl oi>j"tt ol tin < ien. tMiveraiTurntTifJM1 aiul fnuu the Postmaster
which ,without auvani v i>> it>r, tni" to eshi and Navy: Departments aAaaij2aaA33a ? a cw'e3.fS1titJ1'S
that! the abiult! of the
ihp! which it t'ii'i: l t MIVIN'tn :1- nul have provt.'
from each -ther tw. n-' have: very by warm e.xpenei.ce (;Jenoral/xvhirh.} accompany; this missairi'! present ,
: 'OUul ll.TVe bi't'lli'tl' Clt'il l h v ill- li within their: limits i is clangcron* ttf tln-ir, Undies Murtinijals( Sad
Lt inttroun f u .d iif't tiotljllii' pffSA j naU fi i .n -f ,
nvttive to sorv n"t tii} i. ;an I yrithfactory: tc'.vs of theo; eratt! ills ( t lic 1)epart-t
pr nl t.c p.oii.iiiatci:. as v\<-il toiii. mil to hiniM'.f. In I acconfancp with '
ltl.fl't' r x% 'i"!!! peace injurious Bd
of die most umicabl' naiurc. -- mi-nts n--fectively undi-r thir c iuirge : and bugirert .s, Gigand Wacrgon liamess a
flmn'T Zt.HtIlI of *, ;
e( : t cion r I t1eC'Z ,::I1i'fl| ta!it ofij'-f.:. :i tu hn-j; up th H''atit itv i < r;niin''iidat n a a Congirs ,
In :Me 4' tt : 1L" of and
a ; which to
my iJ' T. that the j.isrjcd ul, tIn it\ ;i itiil utl u'ldur tai.tiihg f-l j wuime /uc t aii"1 a ppnpnatf: 'n of half a million of c'oii.u! : vvainadf improvements are ivortiy; :*avit: eaHarf
C'Uirrv I x rtsd a i.e :_ c ol Con-
,
cli ami I ii Ju. vfhntarremoval, if the \ari'iu< tribe* bevond wi.tch iijvite lie st-nous atieution
v rejxrs.v.Taiv r.'C fi > ', in ti v a cur .i-rr> : ['r.--t rtj to .ii!tt l I ili :
} they
1i' -.f Mu-ciums up.iiLceisaTiv and igail.t )ability":} by as our '''inter I Imperil ..lantv| ant! tli- I nij.fMOt !hi jneiJ. Ci ur.Ti the limitof the Stalf.At t'- la-t -e- iou 1 bad the i res, Certain detects and I:4isLans having asssored sizes: whl tother with their
vjth >
tl. -ttrtii.J tmilly I'1 acv n 'v:< -. *?. This hopeLa. e !I're-itv, with A i tiH N ..pt It..;.: lo n> .ti :mp.$ .rtnttra iMppine-yto, annoutirc that th- (;incUa>awand Choc- been discovered in the operaos; of ti.e taws respecting PRO VISIONSjiocciics

..re born, re ttcd.i : A Tf-ny li 's i.'> en M;iut1, jiIk'h
TM'.J hinni-dlatciv; : teLt1 lbi-f>rc'.hcf"iiaa.et fr j its ajiaiuf in1' varue i XVUTII t2l- tjti I, IIIth.rtk : ifl,)%' II.I a'i'l
MU>*h, cntaI1.4r 1ttI' 'taiinus I aiuliif con: t-e it-uli'CKMUU t .ij,I'Tfi'irtU-il. \\Jiito our by fehtch the whole of t the! r-'tate ol Mi<-L--ippi aid 1 nave h:ereto! jree-munendtd timendmentiof Liquors, Dry-Goods, I
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have il .11 ( l,1JtIll'l( 1ItIC VII CIII I 1IC UItI t1i 'UUIl ot (jet iaziyI the western pnrt of Alabama: will be freed from Indian
etrange ti'urrt: o1I're'ltrt
election HARDWARE
the Federal! Coiistitittion givii .; tlC;
it lt carrivl iiUifi.et, 1 v I ii. ni M'i if llii" 1'ieatv. t.owe: ia\f: fonudili! of'iipancy, andopeneil'.o a civilized population.; Tiic
h liru : 1:4 c.vioqval : and Vice President U ti.e i eopie, amidhiizltJl ,
il.e I ll I; ii "atH 'J"iwos amj I'ru-wri. at it, ti. ii F n ( 1t:o tilent to hat cna-.c: : li o pay rw u u .tr I .ti.iti'tn.: x\il! tp.i n ti.atai munt-y Ii the ej.ter- and .heii removal), It i i-i hoji'd, will bv corpie'ed in the the scrx ice r.f the t.nnr t.a snoIe term t tSo Liverpool, and Crockeiy-Warc,
( Uat' iiy
ur flIL'iti'I : i ytL i i' is it1jti d, tmd r !'ri/'t.' "spirit of no. uitMiut! ('jj th*' .N.,itu : ;> cnuitiy : cjarsooAt 1-2. important ilo 1 cornier; ti.u-e changes in our tluy oiler to thtir fiitndo: and the pulh- at nietkra:<

be ct1flC1i A.ir4jr'rv V IJO ii]' 1e .ibiMiidiij$ I in u.l toe ini!.*; ti1' t r a niu'ii.i'Iv' beninc the rerjue t of tho authorities of GeorgiaMh! rngi fiiud.imental law, tirat I c.mnoi, in accordance iii-ices for puitci'jal payments.

flsIa:1''I 1i' $, 'f zi m, Ji it l c-iiiitiiTi'O.; fiii r l\vitii .'iiliantfi: u-.l l ai.tl ludu 'triiiUoit.h I tiatioii of Cheiokee I hi'ii'infor: ; cmigratMii! Iris bn \viti !iiiv sense of d'ltx omit to press them upon They have ali! ..on hand a: their ware house at Ss

of crh ('il1fl, W ce + .d, ib: ant' J.. t-iuip an :iiij n tacit piictin te f p iiitie- re-un.fd. .in-l it i j'. confidently e\[..-rfrd that one half, j ifi.'vt he coiiMiIeration of a nexv Coiijrms' Tor myvit'xvs ''Mark-v Coton Uasrsrinir. and Pak Ipe,

c.itn 1 *' tbc n1v 1tcriiii': a r ttU : if 1 uixij-i1.; an.i l !'' x\fin f t& we owe su tuainutuabif enTln two find* of that tni'e, will i t'nhovv te! wi e cxsm.o more at tariff, as \veii 1:1 relation to tnu-e nt fcntf 0110 vtct0, nntrwhifli
i-titicalion of t tl..; 1I tjitwilti I I tlM la'.' '. uf their w.--trrlv luethien.; Thoe who j n-ft-r re-
Of lic w1r'k am .uai S'nt< ii! to hr- due eirii c points ;is t(, inc. qnalii.cutKm ot' nieiiibeiJiotCoriors"
in soue ipsai.: '' l-o txiz'1a"d: vi1r' u as 'e.il to lie cxc.i.ni 'ivl ti\_ tli- :.:eiitir'tii<..i app'iittcijtnir j linn in;; at their pn--ent hi>m --> vvnl I {i>>r it.>rl-eMv :rii- in 4p : )
ot.itv hoin president
? to receive an i i a
.; inot'jors Mivr-rafei) :5irois.her-'or, andn } (Jl.r2e l .1.\t'l"nit"* t>* tli.it Court emud.'llicaiti!.-jMiurrtti ]I ii bv the iavv.-! (Jcoriri av unit a,* itr < itzns an, : tr !r.ifhr with many o.'lir heavy articles InV

ll-) < 4--t: ;>rt% it would hit' i rc'i If-Jlt iti" radius 'it Ub- ( on ha.mai : hut Jt tr.i- ta't oJif ? ]I ai;,l c.i t. tn b*.' the oiyeits ol pecuiur caie on the pirt u-h.-e election iiipy Lave hail an official agency, -er.-nil iu.- wh.-h: they Hill sell at low prkes t->Plan

: just I-T have int>istt. l i-;i, fir a settlement In, a I13't i if di>,'.itch. hI' >uppo- d t it.'ev lin : boca: ubvnttui. and ', of :!lie (;ei"tal: l.ovf rt nn-nt. 1 xvhicii I projio fil as a bulriitulr, 1 reler you to .er. j r.jKr7h! ISJl 3tfAi1cAN

commission, to vJnVh t'lc Firu U ne2' uatorsv r tl.r: ti/.o w.t cvriv po-p cl of tiif e..chaacc bujiTbh Dunne the present v .'.ir. t" a'teatinn i ,f "he liovernrtent my ll>rriu'r ni'-s.iirr.% .-.

; .- vfr>e, and hich t\p j ik-nc"; in :1ser 14' 4t' s jt .Jjt .ff. ( id.I !itt-nt of :jjtihlic account* is fxtrcmt-Iy o>m ; 1101 EL,

sic >v to le tii.atojy, :r.id ofitn hoCly inadeqiw1'-. I t5in-ltc'. ti! c.'nntcti'Jitw I haxeJH.JKY ihtul.t t j powerful and grow mr r>t.it** ol Unto whie coi-inir-! pct teil l, a nil!, it u beiicxc-J, may l e niucii miprox''J. -

llcJd.. A C4 npar.Tivey! suia'l s'.4n is tip'.Li. ti> pi\(_ of l our | <)!nic-it :.t'nl r.>:nuurfi3liu gela' able It act* of ti.-e t fini-sl l.t'nU l ,'ic -..tiI!I occupji-l: bv the I Ali.cii ot the iie.-ciii iiic.inery: and aidertt.e con-

our part, to ffto theM.IC! i$.n rf all cIti i j'.s l.JViTjolt .s I l.u-:)}'''. I l.vt-rx oil '.t in tiv: pnw.TwiU continued I a hoi !i"iirj! t'loi t i ictin i. '1 iyi'i i*"-. fi!I,*'. al,*<, u! ior d>n- purtion of ti.e expenditure ot* pub.tc naney ;-
: [
ftiid ti.i'in bTrraJi fo'.imit'd been mad', 1 i-h.nti li.ti vvhoie I In-
1 it-fr.cthvriant! +-s on ditional. havn ex 111
and icduc'ii-is i
citizens n <'Ifl ( r* ;/nniiv. ; T na\; In,1 (li >el! wit; while Beater 1iciiI -
of dtrks! Ottt'in anti tJa-ir WiiWb has btrcii a- j.rii.oj.i- i f ti ino-t p"i f-ct r*'< i i.'ioriiy of intoreit.n dmrititi'.1, to the re-iMvali in t'1! ii Tae ; a. + i ii :IG tiriteI :? pen
on uir aid tiv.u.t it 5 i' when ( Mu.. vviii bn ties c* n l be at; 'iileii to the i.<;;:uljtion tit cl.iii.es
ffird 1 tjn, ns aomsidera''oji f*r th nn'u.cM'i.'ii- ,'!llfi a-Krij$ !? ij" ro-ictHni! etciiiv.: ixe, I ii'-tdi-tmt, h'jpil; n- r I
4 ChilnI tr cii1niereial p I.xi.'r t.. but irKTatiu; n- fira; it 'iv* in nij- power te activitv embarra'd v.lh: th* I Indian; |ioputa'ioi. 'I 1 hiMfasurc ,;}i'bL'i tie: tf x-eiiifiit: and utt examination into

ClI.rl1ct flP.rt1I1t Vfl tlny gU 4 to the Tnaiy ir the and im1u-ry of our f.:-u\-cti7.|| n* fn'jn ibo fluckleswhi will b 'r.\teofli'd t Itt Iti haii.i, m soon as there t .eir jtjst.cf and ie .;:alitv ij..tie i-s c-lficieut a-s atfut

of Louisiana.thisTrc.ity.
$ '* receive tle proper sanctlttJ, 1 'I' i'' Cl'im ad b.c i I'.n-t I loiiu-s. our C'inni! ;c'.* contin I It i.. r >!,idi nt'V' bclmverl. l 1'ut: p ievercncf fora few t-irtn: in the syfrrr, I recuint'rid tie subject to !

source 'f rtatin williCt! >!' pjcd. 1tU> irA "- in ituvjal rxteut and I.cri'. (iiruitics. wnicliflic y -n if('ottirrt-s. : ri-'i: SueriLr respectfully inf'-nr.s } frZni

: .tIt' aTt! : of ourtirjiciwuts .tfi'.rj. by ub-n- tin ui-hthM I Indian tte! : tn nil hmf.Ivinj? witliiu teriiit i L .1 the rh.t he has
inanv'years, ii s /ra? ntt !i otL rjriv ti ; ; capita I *!tvi! it my duty .tirain tn c.iil! your attention :n j.uMc '.' niily, r'nrcd ti
tv- tM.jr.jH Jrbnn -', j.Ifl LW t ( ; s tL itti- tutiii'i t !)iiN i'nr pt; _% sti.'flt in 5j ero* A tJ.-'iifi" imlrtzr* ? ; '*-* Mi-"ni f.'ir (r ni.ri' ; I f'nion nnd renu v c b'1yoiid tf ti.e cotitiitoii (/f trie Di>i. et' f Cohm.bia.! it- .-_;,. rr-nvn dioiii bui':.Jiii-* "n IK? Wtst; siil rof tLt'.tj

tiuitjon ;fl rqvir. ibrnurFy ccrujk-i* asa tavcru lyjcrwutr. .

rwpd1v r :.s-na c *oura'n usV v.ill ,,), ,,tS I Ut lfll! cb ttnii Pi 'I i .t.p'er; I n1r : Iti niit t'i tlir la1.*. ". 'IhiKWill} all fi-i fl'ttiiiL': cLiini'* to ; 'lYf Hr>::*e having wi ati'J zttit 3i iin- the Statvs and tiu Indian l.i ihi.! {,. to place! tLe! l pe<'I[ uf t Ls ]>i-tct! tiinier tinjit j
ti
dn "
,u ir t.t'. '' )( t 'ht: d ma jnpw"iir ; 1 1)o11.lIl :zuIlrI 'i iI! juii- lion ftV' n : > rpr.ir, wil! be ra 1,; iks b.-nInia' j L--.licii'in oft..e IJfiiCt.tl; Gt>v rLLLt.Et ; hut, to |I \ isiu-ri: en the 13h' iat.

w' i:crcd: ?<'-and i'lifinf".1 1 Lt- V '!'! '. ( OiMirs'j of ].r'.vf..' !i Cg; bt;\ --ii! civi'Z!! .'iJ nnti us cuiM luitotily tn the} tat" ItJ1niia'V co: cemcd, aCCLtilpLji; the becls, ti cy :.-d ::. vit-xT. it ts Lot j jnrce.v5Ji.ry JOHN AV. HEAVES.

Pcvcr if anv. vlrHirti.iv e \-\--J\ ; not !tp j.ur-j .<.'i!. 1 i fjill\Mlii;t :
tint 11u v will! ;i' v r he a : ..11ir . a I ICnui(4'nte ,-i<:> .equire iimnnli itc fratila.tici lor the injury aud I IiD lit'il. l>v ni'M-un's i-qualiv r.'Jv.itit-ii'e. uto ti.e : pnx'ilfpjos! ltL.t1tteC..L e..J. Irrt'i'edatt ot'
.ii fl ,2t>iiinitx to tie -1.!l''- t'r. Iruhaii; \\ h .t thf natxe: savaat-s t'ee.'iitt vvl.enur- of
'Vj' iupi :! the dit.'iruity;; iitl! eti t. Iteprt- eutat.ve ot' j jili
: :
: B. : .i i ? ?.._ ...* .1. I It' l I'iith
\\ ctanz'-- U.\q' IM-II tci* in turtiKlrpcr.di'tit t'TIIIl-uIII y ILJIjii ituit1d.'i! hv a dr-iss'1 ntioi. aud <_y mum:: v.
\ -r rnrn'nt *' t'i cXr a 'C th : i I -pi poj iant ::.t.ttL* lotufii l..e.i MteiArui lo p oil 1
*nvr iwc' it '*' tj(*:.r jus1 cV r"T'p tt'iteof? Aiiu-ti'--t -K.C .' iri) last ruiniiication vtt li' m.iv t be s.ti ia tb" ini-eiahie -niiiaii.s otj".v t
they : p Inus, \\ 1iC.. ;ire not of L.t* i't .ut _io.>t it* t.t.r;
In f TC'rn ivfu! % ; u* :!u* t-A "L: *:irt l!.dcivn right-
:> i.-.tli" J i C.
jvj.'v.i<- j.'x-rjt it .' I pi- v r (f .r !* ti& ,.i'j 1 Tn-atv with the L'lsl'.rd: Kepuii-ic; tfMi-x!< o naiJi.i ; l"rb:.: ieo to iitaX euitUiClut tt.ten: .ii. ( ru.irdinnsir.ifi.p roiatitnCiit5, t rx" are i not 2ir.io i 'n.. 'Li-1
turj.'UiHWd' 'ii f9 iatie.-ii I in ttn-ir i'm.si': ttt.f d .i.-i'-ite. xvi-hout excuvnifntvvilhvu grk.'scn'flectivcy, 'cvc qiairit i t n : i
i, tlj so uhirit nviv r M't3'r; ; V. xl'h "., ii i-c' t. s'nne ( j < 1.1 a wr
V : .; .' I :. ; > !? liiut- : *'Ut vi di ,-:.,, urnU'ur:
trati 11 f onr1i1* ..* "n r >>-s Y> rvOtbvj J:il ,>l Hi'ludrjiir.. lvonil the limits nivl it? iii''roito: tIP i;,t'ch! iiejfCtr.l.! tn-d t'.e' ,'t t plh .

v.hat v> ; *j y -' "'! tie < u'swfcdcn .j w.vuiu! it l('iMv I ti! <; cu-" of drm : but ? the tunn juri-ditlinn tf the bl.ite*. (l't'. not r.ace thf in bevoridtij" lire iiin.ost yfj.i:i'il t. p/otut Is.t-ir irjiLVS: !cit

and i." irJ* vj nit flsat frIiIi. t i4 l 1 % ,ai'i I..rf' Z r .\ IJay h' ef tear h V tl! pbilai.lhr.'i'ir am ami clint-t.tiu in-truction. a l lK"ly, in v/it.c.i I they are not lepie et-1! ard; :
f to irn t! e i.t' };a :i'i f.r tin* trrepi tri'v c">*:it).,! ; \\ v :!t.T ith, *>r in : 4O ary nupoiiiiriv xvj.icb} ii-et hi tie .-ynpathy in tiMr loctil itulioi.. V
lIicr ; : ltJ I :, it.'trt CtcCI 4IJtJ! $ b i i'dit' lit-lu tcn iiiticre ti'iive.MTton! *: them i'i their Ie% nb ,de. will .
) -i ? .e j rniii: m us :ti to inihf lu'.vs lor i..eint u- > >sraiK.
-
enipi
conrrrncil. niiii h ry ti k t'; 4 i:. L'l l In tl.e! IU'' til tiIttais i irip ?i tiMji: i li-'" p. ii 'penilj -. ; lii moie fire in the e.v.-icie oi their benevoit-nt; fnnction .:

ill trr- n'Tedit''' ith .. i tr j Hiiini ci-jn- ..sl. \\ inu'i i. bi'ni !it t, f nut M. Lotus in tinrjti> t>J -. th.tirit I they hail remained I within the limits of: the iiiiirt harm tir.'tn iri od. ( ox t.itet! by ti.e Lr.xs o! jjTI

jiv ii! rHaii-li* willf l0'Vrt C ..' h"'* 10 I'C O.I 1iQsLIri .ii iLfl". n.eiro ICt'rltH p.OflCe (1 tte.x. j >inl": >'.s eml..iriai-ed by their inl' nat rpruiatiori ,-.- ti.e IHtstft whence t.i-y! were sexijrfd.thetwo! horeoftfie -. --'* jffAr&

m' friend lli- c.iltUJqL( (' j.rttictu! in it* isit.s tCIoulI! i .Vow, su'ytal to no control but the supeiiatvndii.g a- IVinmic witiiin the ten ni.e-s s'are: have *

V. it1 >-vn. ii rof Ib.reflf.r U9 Ca ::3 _.d Fdruty thi! Indian rimntiit- lii troo uf ti t- (. t.it, d ; ?tttV _, jpi-nf i: v 01 the (lencrul; liovernment, exeiciscd: wrh I hic diirentemit: ; codes! : not tl-e pic-mt! codes of'V irI I

1iH), ;tre et4 y i I cthin: .n \\ I l.ic'i: lriL( .-ii ] CHI i.;'< it t to -coit ti.t rarav.'Mi.-j. -ied in tiose

t'-a. di ** : but, a i a ir1flt'j44 t.jn- I *>"nd our bo'nidu it's tii ti.e buttled jait ol the 3le.tieii i molf-sttd i'i lIe iiteitiQg eijieiin.t-i.t of i ;giau'-ialU ad- States:;, at Uie Uziu .of the cr-; !! U> the United \ incw' r Fy, FIRE! a

'%'tlg! t'jf' > tt finti. rv; "' t < i .Spain, onv i tprr.t j ;iicri.r; a r.ui.tnjnify (>f Amcman I hulian- fiom baiba- Stats.. As Coni/i'e.-s \\iil i! > ti-nti a iev code, r"r! cf rhi-Lr.i'rieet. on> a last?

th niin of A mtri yed I':1! trcquonly 'ntrat .ttnrica I Imp receixrd ol'iln i i *s 'nn From ( Jarar.>r ? ala! as I the people: of the D.-trct: cainn-t make one :> ';'. If :
: l iv 1 y her pubhr an j pnvvc n n.tl shij.s.d riin.t fuendiy I iid and a ratif.ins ujiiiicitioii{ i<>r ;i Aii>r. the liapl|Vf:
'I'vy minx r 4 f o>4r ve !k y.r iieeuiii a I our 'z4ul ( '(, I trIi, ( a 'upj.o-t I ii.l-i'-i ii. In- hit.r't.; oi'unr Kci"ibic: ILls l>ceti an UiCsci v ot'j I N ?it lull ju>t to :.lln\v them at lea .t adelei ([ : ftrt.edoecr y
: Ii '"fill r flVfl( re's, and s-ltl :hin n'l ir cars"ts : \vuitJ* that (IOVMIKI}< r.t ui a r.i'i,2ltL<>iin >IU; *- ; thi- application trailf correi tidn ihcn'nse ui'rtvfnif '
j producing a :; in Cotiirrevs if vcalL ar.it the cfJraster i.e'rti
!!ite: not a : i:!> :tll.rc: to ,
411! a 'T ) I .IT) .if1I fd$ 1 r r t'rUi'iS aII't was i I,8I'I'J. and f-uctu-s.'uliy (' : .. ( .
beyond t.-ie most .ue ul :hc'i'nury ifl.ea lfnr.u The, ofdc Of.
. sang I1JCIIiUIiUUS{ make laws fur the District sublet to the { j .Ixericy
inJ. nnhy, o|)pnsl t'ioM; : -a i n, i1 v ;! cyre ta* j u th. 'l'hf-yp\ L? a.'-i.;: n.tch: t'it.'t' that anpro- i and its fairntsaiid pmc4lily: bltii'n. t-i-rfiJ-r
}c< n i viol i i'iif i ii c-ao, > <' f all 4I>i"p rts r.ftli ihriVnsice*, vlui h had j>ri'\ atit d in tin ir irtffii n .ttr-i'i- I Dejuirtrr.cnt.* valor !n-jec'ij n i't$ Ci.nirre.-s .' I t-irm-.tl. recomj r.iay

f. ; "cs. Tlrs !n<" :i' vri* <:, .I.1r,1er%' lily, J h.id been J j.1-a'Tahi* ai.'jus-' :-d. Ocr'iit'tU; vMlljiii.Kc- '} Tinrate (it l iS.c tt'ic.* finances will! be fully! j ii.end I tie: NCiuIi to them of exery pohtic.il riirhtxvh.c.i i i l Tail..i.-.. rp. F. 2-2. 1531. FEIIK1NS.i 27tf.

an i t i iui-lc'tuacy: t.ic :rr<" *' .liiiiai-.n: vaI public I ciintiiitf* t< IIP :.-iitill.lv!_ uVi>ei\fd. .i.id f>i4,..i[ t"a > ?!ic\va \lv thi'h'rcM'tary < 7L T ca i.r\.in the ieut ti.rir iiittre't- re(11rr| ni.d wnich maybe

I in ii'lVit, thn '!ii< .tl!" : M.ni w "s varit..' .o .t 'are oft'i )t tr > _'le.jl jtniJ l.vi'lit i.il < viniiifict* l-t-ti\"tii the tvo rtiiiii- ; iviujli lie \\ill pre-futly !.iy U-lort-von. 1 coitipitible: witu tillCunMitiition.; '

tain mniri'wtnl' of % 'Ir. 'i hiin it$ I turn, was tr:'-< ; a ruiuM-rce ol t. Jl; lIt it in p it.ii.t- il tie \vili I lit-ic, Jio\v-rvt/, conirr.ituiatc you \i\nm\ tn..-ircojidition. j Tie i: extension of ttie .1.ludiruiryvtem of the SELLING OFF

a1 ioj. ( t ol a >hii| c.u.al ttiiMi: l> ti.e li.iiui'ii- jJ'opt i.)u Tin ic'Vfin.ir rtct'ivt-il in ; United States is dtci.'ifd! to IH-)
i w 't ins nic i''iiii to vrif'!" .!I- r'ra iran tist \ .ibd t I on- I'S| thai) Male; from thr AIU:-hiii t oi'tv/euty-ifvi1:!
I LOW IFOR CASH
1 ; our iti.irfd| ft-llow-r.ii7. UN lias irni.sn'Utid ana I ID 1 no iv iu ft'iuu-< roiii'iri.atiotiluii b< exccu'tUI xiihiii' svcn litindrod thtm.s.U'il doiai.s! aii i tjeexpciulr'jrc
I : ; UiMi'ii nit) not in the In/news of Cir-
:
'--vcr to liis ilrinnn!, In v. liWi: th rnpr'r> s ar 4* I have: g eat ..ati !tt'r i' Ml oh/rts otj-rr tlinn: I l.e! p: .; Ci To the! States of Indiana Illinois
::1! ""J thavc V'-e" !*:t8l, anal are ii's''ll-l, hcrnu.et C't:: urt : ,
'i. itfiutt 'i the '\iMii.iii" <>f ur Ajiiii- f iii ( 'oloiiihia i-xcerd finsrtrcn tiniijonten r IFiEsuWriber, 3hi: ucwstrre, corner f JeITe
%\ i us <: i i 1 jih-bt will not inn-
!. "f tlic ii' i "f Atii liavitoiii' JVIisv .:.ri, Alabama 3lssiipi! i and Louisiana
:n>l'vp'"ii'fi''J' .s r.i iiox't-r i .
.. to jiro( ur.- a V TV C't-ltI* u rrt.iiciiou in th>' !red tiiD'isand.i Tl.o ol'thepnncipal s-.n OIK! ) J .llr-e-s/rtc'.', t't"tr: : > t'T sal! tothfpuho '
accnMiit
: on
hcri ,' : ; IL' hd ; < J payiut/m
Ii.,' iii is.tn. a 1( | admitted into the Union since the pre>ent J iit1icisyskiii
fiowi
dut'ooii our flour! in that |{fj.uhic. I li..eiii..i! ai.-o, in trtntrraf, alan.fori r a N.TT.it'ii'of the
with ilitni liinlcr li roJ! col .nni iavs.'F'is ; andiu'eicst ot'tiie ik-lii *tiruiotut ;
) )it trulc ] year, orirani/.ed onl District Court has '
Ill-l>cen Mai'.itid; tin tnjuru s .< i fixed bv out nn-ich cr' tui? ili'"r\' ', not rnlx'TO | will exceed six toon riui.ions ainl a nail of dollars : U-en al'oxveil. I If! this be sufEcit.-nt then the Cii
and leneAcd : -
from I illegal >ei/bif*< ; a--uun: t a e -iv- ;I
-'i.e winch lirnl bc< n fornicny aVr-i.-e' but t" the a. irrcattr sum tliati has been ;;ppi\i; lo tl.aiol>- DRY-GOODS.
en that the Tifdty betixren ti.e l\\o ct-Uhtuts P!..!!) be ; i cint Cot;it--, already! existing in eightt en States,
U"jif, l iisli'd la-- f nations l .
'in jiraciirc au -\ta. '< ; an faitlifuliv .hn d. i jtCi, (hit of the reveniiC, in any c.ir MJ.IV tin* eii- !be ,,boi !l.ed! if 1 b suli.cient !
iv o.jf: .t to : it not the L1IIk
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Silks B-ack
IM. V't'n a''an i t'- l I'X na"n 'n r i-.n .l\; : e nivrn'ion the fuiiii Or.Catnap, h.uian Lctcsiri.t,
'} '.ih irrantee States; Sarcenet, l !i'e.' Green, Pink, and wh, e FIcr Kft

lure?, m.iuVa': *!b.' suiie time, dr r ;Mimccirc'in-- roimiuti:< ; aiid, unlit the -i
stwes.an. .l f' I'll-' tame all* eati'.ns with those < iv_ natural!) he apjvrhfjiu"*!. rfq.iii.i; lie co.-i.-tai.t mountvhdt: ;vil! have; ln.'en ujiptied to the puLic of the Union. It was; on this condition, and C )tt.',ndn.'iann Plaid", Furniuir-, Calico! Snpa1'la

\vl :ch vc r ;*iir.N''n. [puv-ence of u naval i-nce .n ti.e IWitic Ocean, to pioU'doui debt from the -lti! of )laic:., lb-2'J, to tliein>tofl on tiiis t footing, ti.at I t iCy eLite!t't i i te Union ; and I k Ln.srJn, IJ-iliuet and :hrta-J Laces, Iri>hLmtcFea

I lirtivi-u-r i.-il'jl2'1 the hope that further rcflrction fi-htiie.iiid au-inl oui coir.n.cice. .laij'.iary next, \vtncii is ie's ti.-Mi three \c.r& bir.ce; i they may demand Circuit Courts as a matter, not j jof Mind Cotton fchirtin-r, Pl.iui and! fiipiredneeit Jar

will! l"ndto oth) \ if\v and lcr>! u.fulfill that) ,\.Il'fl I 'i 1 Iif dMuihaj.cc.sihat' t. i.k |jtc.- ,in tiu I.mj.ire olIraii. the adiiiiin.strntiuii has liecii placed m Hi) naudvill >-, ronct sion, but oh'rig...!. 1 tr.tsi that ConiTe.-.s | Sui sand ll": ( k Muslin*, sLawLs! worked cap

Hi< Cathnlic Majesty t-liall 1w Tin\i i irr.l of the j'jsiue; piex-iou-ly to, and itiiiiiiiiitev! ; c n.-e. will nut adjourn leaving this anomaly in our 1 and dftSC5! h1VaidktiThiCf CaJici-e?. Ginghams, ?X.

of lh" rhiim, )hxil 'siio to j rervo fiieriilly rHatuuisb'tw tin; alxJicalK'iiiif ll.f lale |.tiij.fir. iitcf>s.iii, Mi iviidedunv From the large iIInHfl IiInzis: of the present year, tern. sys- keens, Uurwn lioilamf, French Br'-Ttn Linen, Futnre

on !h two rnnt.lrie ulnch it if i tnv tau nei.t fciiilifavor cllectuul application !k'r the rc.ircol -oine past it niav U aiely esim.aicd IliaC ti.e re cin.c \\lucii iJimity, floe Cloth Casair.; and C 5siKtfln
1'. maintain, will ii.duichin; tci :itrJp to out 'J4-! j iujunes uili ml In our t.tiz.-us irnin that Linvt inii.eol, Entertaining the opinion heretofore: expressed ; Lite and lleil Flannelezw cloths, S vtih end Kcc.
I will be rcceivtdmto Tirasun from that
znid. I IIi i.i tlicrer, ,r
gr xvilli in.iri.c.ni' )> M our Mi.M-ter i to l I'rin p the ctmOiir : ; t'i have participatid.: lnNtiucliuns; liavu during the next year, uiin tbeaid of lhat received i present orirjiii/cd, 1 It-It! i itniy d ity, in my lrznei-

.- inre ti, hi* oon'i
xvhii h I r innut lit ing inysiii tu l+-lir\f' ili saw '. I li.r O-W ocia-it.i.tiI l l>v the.>e i.u-ji.iaiilii.-s ; and It amount of the cceipt of the prcM.-i.t\ear ; ;audit | the attention of the rjrislature and the People! (
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ci'i: 'i that f.-i'in"l hut b. i!.' tiJ an unfiifuiJh cltnialof take caie; tliatoui lul.uvv t'<;i/.en.s shau 'ijo> alt tie jui- is behoved ti.at with the ri.eansvl.ch: the (iovermncnt j should Le seasonably! directed to that important bistnij larccamt r.f Knives extcrtsivc and assonn-icn Forkcs Pen: c f Knives 1trwut,

ju lif.-. plkiUjfJ J !)< per5i*;. fi in. tin* trailer may, he- vile 1e- siijiulntett I in I iheirfavo., t bv thetic.ilj laii-iv i made will l.ave at ii < disposal, liorn variL1'5ourct : [
and that it IH considered and finally !
subject, might Scissors Razors LoekiAisrers C'hnics! &.<., lost
,
fun mr aifjouriun11! !, be I '; br< T.' \'in. the l- jn't ti- b.luetMi llU'tun Itt trt. .ill! vvh.ci.. I ihe .od inl :ii- s wlncli will lie 1iIk suited by the
pr periUepaitment [ deposed! (if'ill a manner best calculated to promote with a c<>mj !ete oss"rtmenf <>f carotn' rs PL-VNE .i
tu'n.nit j nlye <.f v\hat i ;PTIII cr Jo bo dane \\bfti tiet CI.! < that pi v uiis In tvsei-n itui Aiini.-u t tiC lit J.tcei.'O; 1 the whole of the public debt may be I
the ends of the Constitution and subserve
iti fl 1r rfJre'I $ jIiIn and the lirfMiicv ivs us the bf-t icuson tu eapfl.. BOOTS& SIIOJtTr:1
I
extinguished I either by redemption or purchase
Thec..ictision! ofaTn-iu i'-r: iti.c'nnait nub France 1 i>:i',uiiliuve piaicu Cucns .\i-> in iht-li.si uf Eolith the public interests. Having thus consciencioush/!

e.bjtIt1 to jr*" PnT a (.ivorat' n; ; itc TUfl ) to r. i>c\v imr Ameriraii jiv t-rs in ic.-'j fcilo: w..idi i.oiiiing ol imjcrlin within the ibur years of my administration. \\ c discharged a Constitutional duty, I deem it proper, A large assortment of BatlI !

iini>f a vinnl'ir nature on < !MTtir.ji.irlv I'fverpi. and par- .c atft-rlin,: us was to I b K corninuu.cated, but to oc- shall then exhibit the rare example of:a great Iia- on this occasion, without a more particular; reltrpnce more and .NEW-YORK znTI

in tba! c.a-o
ifly in thoc .nine (,f fm r r; 'tri.ti itiuits with lhat Isficrlin: w melt the t.aine of thai reiul/.c; % ;is beuiii fcccunty, altogether free from debt. ita'tci; for the present to" the investigation fs'ai a .ii k'uzap L.iitfl.S U% Ifl aHd kh1'

J'n'v'r. our fn uie !<, in lnr<. !'-. cc t<' render on justice 'ii ui cover with: a a, ow of-au hontj. ads u.junout) The conllder.c xvith which the extinguishmen the enlightened i people and their representatives.In Shoes, 17 in<, ,-.

'tYI'4 ents aiojjjoitunity conclusion to invoke tbat.Poxx'er HATS AND CAPS:]
permit me
,
til tiifTchaiilj, who \\f>r<* ti;. ptincipal sufleri'lherel"ii fiivie ieli w-<'ilizpfii<. in the course ol thepieent >ear. omof for the ;
into eltect
carrying more fully
.- > acceded tniid h.is been wliich superintends all Governments, th infuse into olt the l
een n our ed the
finmion inStiiuttd \es-eis enpa in pursuit of a undo wl.idi A assortment
policy m relation to more duties xx'hicl superior
; for the. it-cial| >urlP..4.| of i>l Uvn rcconuncndctl in former fashionable HATS &
a'rnady' I lon dvl.iveil Thi iri'asuieJi.ivin capjuud by a b.uidacting, as they prcU-ii.J. under the my messages our history, a spirit mutual forbearance and con most

been re,oiv'; do l. it a' put in cscotion witli- authority of theGoxetcnientof Jbueno Avres. 1 baeUurHore A t moditication of the Tarifi, which} shall produce ciliation. In that spirit was our Union formed, a oe'rp.ions.GR.

: Out \viitific for the in'tiiij itf (*d.It-P. bec"n. tuft given ordej* for the c'esjaich "of an armed a redrction of our revenue to the wants of Government and in that spirit must it be preserved. 0 CERIFS.

: tain of Europe created an ajijirehen ioii of events that \e>sel to join our squadron in tho-n keas, ai.d Hid in ai.d an adjustment of th-! duties on Imports ANDREW JACKSON. ,. S

mi;In have rr,id<*rc<< our :iiiir| fiin ioetTi'dnal. .iflofding all lawful proicrtiun to tui titde wluch hhall with a view to equal justice lo all our national WASHINGTON, December (G, 1831.IN A lanre stuck 111 all it,. itrict. 1

Oar ieiii.ind4 ujctu the (Imerr.ment; of ihoTwo SiciJie4 be nece ary; and shall without delay s.'ad Alini.-.ter toeMjuire interests, and to the counteraction of lor-

; ,,teijfaivc'imr\ nituie ; The jnjurit-H (In whirl. into the nature ol h thin circumstances. ,nd also cign -Joicy! so lar as it may lie injurious to those FLOUR.Fifty

tie! > re f.IJndft fJ! : ren. 5 ilenied. inr aicflii) ntrocily and of.ine claim, if any, that is set up hj) that Government, inieiests, is deemed to l lM. one of the principal oljecte ADDITION TO HIS .

fri U' ainler which tho e injnr.en wenpeipetrated at- tojthobe iiinda.liMhen.eantiiiif 1 nubmit the case to which demand the consideration of the Barrels superior new wheat flour.
tern| ''- l ti be e\tiuuiitfd. The sole g tound nil which $lbecon ideiation of Cutigres to the endlhatthev mav present Ustial 1S-O1't1flPiuf,

1 ( tMUiiify? lm bt-eu r 'fu-ed! in ile M-ptil iI.eg.sIii! \ oft clothe the Liecutiv e with such authority and mt aus as Congress. Justice to the interests of the merchant THE SUBSCI1RE ALSO.VV.VV.

$ 1 leniire by which the m tnnrfh w l.o rniirfe ||j- eizjrf4 they may deem neeewiary for providing a force adequate as well as the manufacturer, reemiies that

\ held hi* crown. ThnHefoiicp alwoyn anfoui.ded to tlienwij.lete proiecn.m of our fellew-citizen* fishing material reductions in tlfe import duties he prospective of1tvJforM1t btfotIoun Sadlery Crockery and Glass

in nnvf rincip1nof the Jaw if nntioriA--nmvuniveiHallj and trading in those seas. : and unless the present Congres shall diswse ,

,* &n.ioiied. .even by thow Powet. ui>*n whim tie rei- This rapid skelch of our foreign relations! it is hoped, of the subject, the proposed reductions cannot ARTICLE Tin ware, Looking* GlassesSult, R

p r..|i ility/oract ,f paxtrulerx' bore I be ino' i' heavily, fellow-citizens, maj btol wjnie use iu so much of your xjrperly be made to take effect at the period when dy! made clothing stationary &c. &* I

w; "I unquestionably! He iven up by !IJi!!* Sicilian Majegly JegUlaUon as may bear on hat inipoitantnulije'el ; while J\e necessity for the revenue arising from presentrates'shall Feathers, Short J cad, Seed Rye, JAMES .i'i1IjILLI', : I'
; whisfl ronnsel* will rccene an imuulAe from that it afiojds lo the d large a of
country >ourre high
I Mg'i' p nse of h' nor and re. arH t-i ]jut'c' which nr haidt.cbnracteri7.e fication io toe coLtemplaiion of our political and grati commercial cease. It is therefore desirable, that Fly-market Beef, in hah Ban-elj?, Tallahassee! ,JN'ovcmberj 1831.

_; htm : und I feel tLfulieft; conii connt'xon with the rest of the world. At pence arrangements be adopted at your present Session, Salmon Shad Mackerel do. FOR NEW ORXEANS:

-w tint U e t*!enn of the cil'Jzei r"niiij<>i ir,ed A.r that with ail-hu; in nlyertu of future difference xvith; few to relieve the people from unnecessary taxation, saihfl&V

2 -. por *. *> will f Nf hefure him the JUA? claims of our in- and those srwotibfe ,f easy adjustment-.-rxtentiin; *, after the extinguishment of the public debt. In West India Sweet Meats, Ale, FffliiE J. su'os'anriai an<{ fat

U jnri'd citizen* iriisach alight as ui.l eu.-ihl me. before OUR commerce gradually on nfl sides, und on* none by the exercise of that spirit concession and concil- Fresh raisins Almonds & w saiassrca

.:. 'jhur ndj-nrnnicnt, tn-tnuouncc" that thoy! have been ad- any buttrte most liberal and mutually beneficial nitfons atitm which has distinguished the friends of our V c. PETER StrdJMt, 1&'t

jntr4an> < >1 wrnreH. l'r.cie ii,<5trnc:..>ns, to tlm: efl'tctof ) -wfl may, hy the hile.sing of Providence hope for all Union in all great immergcncies, it is believed that H. BOND. V \\ ill run as a regular Packet b-1

m .. S"inri3[ < tb lu-fitiatimi ta .pf'jy i iHz4le, have Leonnv.'t tl.at:! national proniierty which ran be derived fn m an his objects may be allected without injury to any Tallahassee, November 15lh 1531. 13f; a-.ii HA and r"ew; Orleans! during the present '

nd will OP oUvcd. i'itPse'4rM' M ith fon iiation goideiJhyihos* et rnal national iiitrre.t. .son? Freishts or Passages may be secured on. ZPIk.
JOB
; h iwJate Vlvt tf Tciceiiai we uf the Torla piwciiIe WORK KXECU'1'i.D AT THIS ca'ian tito. &. Col at Kew-O-1"1
P 014u.Liceand reciprocal good mil to A.-Phtlps,
In annual of
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_- __ B laid before the Coa .c3, in ccrEfrfiir.fymth laeof reqtest Tbu coQeJuwon.Ucsrrobcraifd by i&J&cia&ca denred fmmtertnl TLeattenti :et tLe Cur i j I

LEG18LAT1 V \ CAL. one of the members from Jackson Count;. It is hoped the bttIjrefpectai>! *iMl iovllige citizen t Georgia witb wbotniliretei Ten2toty. I am cosstraiged by a sei a( 4
Council will devote early and can attentjoo totbisimportanlsubjectrandtbat &ae auemd: o this nbje beurieaa4 iwce thi lae ney. ie. umt in many rpcc.ajaM
Georgiaad Florida tiwre c floe* w f 4e34 a u tie aopleasant i. jaw enikd 'An Aerthzmn ,
MONDAY 2d January 1&J2. oosectkeal JeeS isSerc&s "be ssfleredto
feeling O/t the cvatnrj, ovr gtwgnrpltieal nltlioa ereates I 4th November J&9. Tbi
operate to the prejudice of the genera!good. commnit/ of ietereft in m*0jrrepeetv a terjr faze portipa ofMrpopalatJba all crimes whether fciumnto the aga vrn i1j

he Wggen appeared, and were duly qualified, *ATitcre-u no Mbject tnroivrd in the aeope of ocr dotes;thatl deem are etntgfisttfrom Georgia, t&d tfaeftMoctatioa cct fYleits; of o&nces; and (

Viz : T more mportaIc;Ta the interests of tltc. Termcrr* ( ztept that sewed by tbe exteume cooitBerce earned en between ar has erraiedffciwghovl JustiEdcatioTzs Lkh may be vered byi3se

Messrs. B. D. WRIGHT, and JOHN HUNT, from Es- just alluded to) than die relation by law, of LIe unable fisberiey Florida., kindred feefisg* U ir rd* that late, *hkb h t* De nition of eocomM law vGtnxs, arean.1 tckt&aj

cmn3. in UK waters,;adjacent to the islands and keji' and filth bay traced are reoprocatwl-any s carittra txtrvarj. these, eoaP 8uote. Thc most crniten&ju s agze 7

JOHN P. BOOTH, E qr. Walton and Washington.3Lasrs. and sounds,andontb coasts of oar Territory, and their pro&ecuon derath will eecun froa that neb and powerfol cot rtrigetjr, the exercMeofaliberxl ate consion embrraiia iz the atming tiy
from he intrusion list Governor ;;?
cf Ictxi In the
THOMAS BALTZELL, and SAMPSON POPE, Jt-rs. September and geaerou policy toward* e la/a iaciaej to and parucoliri/aj* och defnlCco* are
received a commutticaikfi frr-m the State Department, hfoncin* beffee, that prom; ted bjocfaiiupa! and aniioas to pn>cocle aw o w'.se to nier
Jackson. him that! the British Miniver the Insuuue of the e t
at Washington, at weald
Georeu applied to, be
and adrancemeot. willing law wher
prouiprrity c4mna they re ar4
Messrs JOHN C. LOVE, and STTTH F. JONES, GadsMessrs. Governor of the Bahama Islands, had made appikalicn to Ac General to cede to Florida (retaining only the ownersfcip o( the SUU bod) bjr tb, w dom rfrial a-esTte ckrfy pn&n.ig.i ftv thea,1

Jci. Government m behalfofthe inhabitants ofthosc Island for per- sereral other jrder eoaaties, which from their location inrctsl
inp&fj
W. B.NDTTALLatklNATHANBrRDLeon. niis&i--ato -*- catch fish and turtle oa the coasts cf Florida;" and trade, cchi to be attached to Florida. 1 am informed the chiz a*ofwocfd anfcatb, acd aiast sixreIK theefrryjaiJ,

A. BELLAMY, Esqr. Je3erson, Hamilton, and 3Iadison it mjr.ctied him to f.inuah any inibrmatkn he miht paae relating Ihn.cui not be averse to the cbaflze. t?neb cexloa if agreed r the .., croppiri zdbr2i4. :
GABRIEL PRIEST, Esqr. Abaua. to the subject. The letter of }lr. Brent, actiaj secretary *>f to. and if no difficult ame to delay hs completion, could not wurse care- -- Laud Iff-i'; *-r---- -- -, I do w.t'sLie 4-CU t -

JOHN YARREN| DuvaL Slate, and a copy of the answer of the Gorercor, are herewith be fd'irejnmmioated.! probablj ondei three or (tuyear. It ispoisi- PALry shvAt&1 be 3 ea wits*arocaaix, aajshmeai less
submitted to the CoiL Upon* ptrosal cf thtt-correspnndecee i: bJe that wlib the additional popalatiuo. it vroold give to the iaertsued
JAMES COOPER, Nassau. ragh:, as red fee ovsJ e &rt *bis.
Messrs. J. S. SANCHEZ, &. CHARLES ROBIOU, St. -will be seen that the rights: and interests of the People of Florida 99occason numbers at that period of oar present Territory we might then be 1 to sih dea4isg ml iiorircu pishrei After .
v.aI'iabe niural
m regu 10 then hIb1y pritileg.s, are ecibled immediately for admission aa a stair. I regaidfciwever of the
to apply I Lo1e rewna t* tl.e uwi. His&ii zeed l'
Jhrs.j uppe.ied in the rcpFr of the GoTerwr ; and it wil, I am canfknt, otb nrL be derived froai acbei osion of bcycr
the benefis 'e to tr fjf and Le
ruipira t
ux
Mr. WRIGHT, then raovvJ that Mr. Sanclicz t-e the the (it'r kcd 1*, t be tith-eid. Th krie dietion of most JfJlieCoonciisb'.o1d ; PAT w 9 desperate,
ou bowuarie#and jon as coo eqaencR :Irrneats are artLryntt. aiw & i, ,
seconted and approved of Mr. Sanchez it is btlievcJ within the l cal iridetjca ef the Ter- cotues j fcetkci
fhsir, which teine ; are wholly j sot differ wilh me in the tehiefetpred. aslt3 the views re of tcsxzl i nrarity, tins Jarr eraar* wEere tie
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# I the chair r called&e House to order.The Jirory, and fa!jccJto tlc control and regulation of it5 Lgithure. niHtn niake SUeZ sion and it
I too* ana a!y| feelings Georgia her ne* to ce ; peTthtFI4 ii only tiv ir sri.cc-t. It Las Leezf
House then pnrjceded to a choice cf President, when Of the praclical'iJhy of silking them a'oaree of considerable reverm practicability, and shoald! deem it etfeets important and beneficial the fth e-.xs -( ato( 'orwtey 2i! It ar4

Mr. Bellajnv recK.ced 12 voles. j jMr. to our local Tfcosurr, Ido nAtncrzn adotibt. All thai is to Pvridd, the adoption of measures to indace each act on the part '*fGeorria. '.i tfteri12,4 r4 Jeear n repealed l/y tie 3d
J. S. Sanchez 2 !I :tiii; is a p crer ani jtidkious law.aiid fiilhm!agents to ex cute and to oiorurr the concurrence of the U. S. therein will reistExT ,f S1*.1 lt( -.r' sii-
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and Mr. BvrO 1 EL'-,Y.I am prixl'Mrl on :his occa m by the limit* prcvribcd for this be JibC.! It is f*3/ed that nces the di'pat. resp cti&g the U>anIrae 1' fcr oti--r p =rp* i.ir i. 1be-cg: ( raeal2- --r fc>on-** x3cn
fz4ni dLci&i; f the v3noas qietionir. 3mSl. aegn,,
elected Look te chair an.1 azi5 irn1'rTan dary is p Mr. Beiiaiiv duly ,
declared 1h5 the ICU.rif ,
being ( .;); ia he che-ttitn: 31 UFJect, bu: thC Corernr uirlikelr Toatoida far lr
ths parL-es, and not to us. as Le ia fcrre -
r rt brrse
returned las thanks address TO tl.-c Hou f e. Mr. Lii'&d uchI hare referred tothe Coiine i'ice' S ste1m4t
: in an to ; ,
j on oar part such resclr.! it sl>osd! be borne in mind that the coctroversyis p7th-4.k 'uthdath1t u predthazth'
1 It tvis then nxoved anl secondM that the House proceed to ,; iis: o( :tau, and i entirely concur with him in ths vie-nr* aniin- entirely between the United states and Georgia- Oar is>rests j -S L?';( ar1 ttat tie repeal is

the elecdon! of a Chief Orfc, and that a majority of ttte House | K-ns he bos thire aJrinc"L Trrs subjtxrt 'aas bronchi brftre the a re in the keeping of tbe general government and vitailj iateresced & power be required to 'ct thai officer. TL r cotton liavisg been adopted j las* CIMUKU oy the inem" fr m XVx hinjtcn and 'SVaIn, JKt the as \ve are. we hat e not even a claim to be beard, except tbrougnt. regard as an L-nhuc a&.i sdicijo's irairn

on the nr t bjQ-Dtic sson Utin tfi' sdmnccd when i; was intro-iuceil, to tdmit cf and any different interference by ns,would! hear powerieMattd unjtect rniescf ccni3n ivw, anJ an earronirJiaaent' open tp theb
: is conaklt.rai >a, ii wa rttrrrd.!! It is flOW a ain sthnaiuedt
Mr. Lacier received 7 votes.Mr. proper > asanculled for and nnadvi abe.! If Georgia shoald now or p'wers, a.'rfi daric*c( the Court. Tbsau&vcl to Leiie
with hor-e that it will
w.-jicrn of th Council I
> the ;: a net peraiitd -
CamplviL. 6 lereafter pursue a contrary coarse from that I have supposed, we f deSitiw
with considirJti- It i larbjble
Mr. Thom F to pass bv ut > i hond! natwith. tandin; remain quiet till tbe dispute is settled between Fje subcutied to a Jury on the trial of tbe iii.nint.
of Conzresto pith 1rr
I br. in, t.at tiexpre oseat as yomy: pic the Stale and tbe geaeral government, sais vti that our nrbt and i fcich mi at properly txr oneisd w a e&crt ia zr.iatia so
flJ
I 3Iun II this suijt.be otjned ber. i; is put rio frc".
iatret will not be neglected. To atern;>t tbe cor.tiaod ei.cte : be laki beibr? &J ury oa ttoe trLiI, account cf tLe
On the secon.1 \ Ttin! j.'i Ia May Iat te Getr'rrtired a cntnr'ie.tti.rn iron Coramo- of"'she atier
fw 1.nipl in
nr >r > 2Y4 nn.inr 'a ic fr Lmot.J
Mr. Liaz'c 31 Mr. l lW4fo ci.- dre ELt. cinnnarii.&z >"avj GsictronthYsiIcdi suttwi ; ; preTtnuc n saving ncprc pcr ce cpca.tke2i ia tha
.ivcJ seven, C.-piI it.:woad! the of Ter/rory te
I had resulted to a& ume oa part sidrrxti-n t j f th* ber brinch of :i eir rerdkt. Ia cases cf
: was dedart i duly elected.Tlie static.; :hii Lttn ait Corsmiadani Bocrum, of the Urttd Mat4* t> extremi offo.ly iad presumptmn As a iceoare which may j and UuitTT, tSe rnrxrrirKa of the fin is c&ea properly dtfertdCic ,
House tix i proceeded to vcre :! .- 3 serjcnnt n: irz : i sch.v-n r Shark, had on vi>it t- t!>e Is and cf Trinidai j.rc'sred' ] (wrLaps hate some effect in accelerating the sulen t oftLis c aitrotcisr. 1 '>urt till aeitJ saTt fr tiC i.uti oaince is de rsssjed, a y'
from Sir Charks Smith Govern hereof vcral rarits a
J sal Mr. Brvau wa"= ekcreJ. recetv.aj oa tii-? rirbain:/i. ?, T ef the I I wood! surges: that 2 cierrtona! be aJdres&ed bj jocr bo-I ea.-rs of farcery, the sentence p-oipuecd, to afford cppcrtS3t
1 Mr. C. Sfo'ae 2.. Mr. Arr-T 3, anu Mr. L-wrn 1. Itt wi ,. SojirCan*, ti fo-M C"RMnaj one of which, the Ccnro, wt? depcsi-. d v. to Ccogre5d. and that it be forw r Jed to the Delegate early as rcstcnuiwby the convict of ihe toSen property, a=d n ti |
;.-i 'cihi :a rcncntan in Pei.sala, stilycc; to ic Gortmors rni.frs
a w prxnofm- jcctsoi a of
>e The time w hen our Terri'jjry will become a State, aad aJsihted snl unf the law. I wcoU also
$t\\ until ttraim1-wfxic1 tva dtciccd: i.t the tgivc.Mr. Itcpr-eLt.1.ireI cftheU. Sttesh January 1830 tee purs-'aeJ *r preset sazgesi, to the tan
; rl Tviiich rcspe-inr r l member wf the treat cocfederar of which we are now 6nt a cil tie ezpedisrjcy cf icquiruig:into tic eaics&Tof tie ucc-tz'-
iuuoa.
I BYRD. then introduced te lolioxring > I pr>raremcnt of such ra 'etif s of t'.c' Sugar Cane and o-ktr cclt- S
huieai4 tFerdnt is !ouj.ed 1s with cua'ikae interby of the loelllnr law. It is xuccn&osiLat acd
aft ?r some drte vraa on!* red to lie on the uibe! : I vaed vegetables, grain*, sec-Js and shrub*, asnny I e best a-ei proicee. ( repeaU opea
CiLzen Ibe of this eeat occurring n ithintLeaext
: or proiabiiity of this law haTc taken pace whbla tLc Teratcry, within th
RfrDlrT'jat this Huxo is Ithink doubtful. casuthg true oter bat there
eivears. are no prtfceeulio&i crefcr. Is the fat if
I who s-iaii! U? alk .v- ; bcc.. transnu'.tcd! to CoKuraxlere El!:"a. year n
Clerks anJ one r-keeper, eaca i ',be
; I es! of the uia *of the pe jpe.! and of llv; country. postpoceroent law or ia th* i."ii2i.nrai-x3 o: it I 1 ascribe this disregardof tbtgsroas
i lour"dollars!! while in service-anJ oue pruiier to v.Tiie GvenKr: adopttdisnsur.s! ftTih:ith to hare he cane U5.. r.owd I
day. The
f per j should! nul be regretted. fiaj nearIyalltbeezpraftie to its risccaors eize. la vain do cur courts aad pubfcc ,
Hou i<'-psed cf i ir. the ni st dra.i c'n- i.'jr.ser, to nect the ijtcs ofus i aad their taie been
of the durinff Territorial
do t.e printing e ttie stiCL. : Tne House proceeded ta the election! of door-keeper nJ on iajp-r.a-t-n. Thi rc5'-uon of Ccn rts> alluded to, -RX$ inrt -,'esctedinr!* I'.berjJ. TbedUburrner.tsof the Federal government, j izitd to tat ctia of ciiixeiu esra2y ecccerrtd slP
j duced: by the I>U-ri: from this T ..rr:: and carried
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ballotine. i ry fjlljiatoeictutirn i! wiitnn ilie 'Tciritory, JLsril/uted acncng car citizens, in pajmec.t JOT jtLirjfice to tae t.Lui1hetce ar4 izixxninoosd _
I t Mr. Casfveil !eceived 6 votes. it L< caTu.itcd! luiirvi: c ly IA produce, and particufrly with a*j.dei. marshal depsty mirshal, c ie. Attarnov3Ltl < by liiit law. The drt Jaratioa in this law that fc3nadaelsha.il < *i
4 regard: to us hi' lviirp rau' and ".ni:1 re.-nits. Hr.jJreds rf Juror*, aati iacudirg! toe 'aline* of the Governor and sec-. be mnrdtr, L entirely supcrf-jous, a ddteBMcontests

I Mr. Akenridge, 1 the vcjSie p.-xiuci-'::> cf tropical cltrjjus rf crcit vaue, 2.ilKKue 'i retary. si-d the aancil appropriations for the pay aad expenses of tue i in Eu laiid and F n thh coimrk.at, deelajTti it to be Hita-der at t tcion
Mr. Webb, 1 : in such corn-son nvi. aso I>s c r.->A'..rd ar"h3 f f r.?. r, 5:'v. '| ConnciJ. aad ether t-xpen-es incident to tLe governmeBl. do cot. it liemited. law. The cmcimc-at in* the 7ti section,, thai k
any person
I Mr. Ponce, 6 j.'vl hch w* 1i v Itryir; a; i tiEh cost, could? easily culn-.a'td in : f4i short of 37 OOIa.tniy! 'fheTerritory pss d.esr- ing tac Territory for ice purpose of nchicr a dael. 'or to reechalienge
Mr. 2 asy part 'i\ ti'ii TewMi.v ..%> tropical :o .jarih! i in V/c,r, i [ amontintooiiy
Rothwell, his of bit two officers. the 15resure nd Adr. iota hall Le s'iLj et to like r nalties, as if the offeccecojaniiued j
On the second Mr. Casrve'J! received 3, Mr.Mr. T*>,.-*.*-t.4-- rid% or .'.!i IdleFL n ij, r-a." je roartu n \\i-\te nir? cenia! c.n'.iie of.hc Ii b3S oIUmed ky lac. the 'umentof the st-e oft withr! the Terjritcrr. ii. I think, void as anbic

i John* 5-\1r. Ponce was declared duiv e.&i. : s.jthzn part tii Pealn-'ib.: 1 i:*. --'.'! em rort cf this th Goernor arid eertarv. on pubire the ese.e ocnniifl3l exlt .5'Cn oTJari.v.ryUon.: A yinct'i.. ui rh
Mr. tiuc: -t retz.i z'v1Hr : .nia'.nr. an&ti Ar.zrii, a.tCh11- : j.La.s, f.r1CutMr and keeku; otpflsonerS. awrt4fl Ui tie are- o>uM not fail to beef sarataryhiSueRce.
-ovedTiiata! committee beappointedto wait oa His Excellency S heb rd -- ;lc r-- ; ;ta- .' rr .rwrties, iheuse rfl' rate t) abt )r)) anno.iIY! V. e hace hitatu.r ie&rr ua4eie ve The eonfzsed character of the law* resoJating: electbas.
.;ii-h !x.:zeur1jt the piasi i --.;:- icc, i: 'chich rirtain meet these nia.atiey tzifiin drar ,, much trouble! tothote whose it Is
:.v.c Governor and inform; bitn that: t..e Lr Uiative C. .ircti : : ird to daljr to ea scute them aadrreat ccca
: e.-ald ascli b projlcc.ri tij.yc-i! by ct-V- rr.irens. I htrcj atreuh nearly all the monies accruing (torn fites and lotfetaie giv- irrerslaritjes! fnth reloras. In iTderlorrevetlerrers
I r. TV organized and ready o receive any c-jut nscatic--:! he litaybzv j "-ii! transmit to the c.inl: repccj't r UITJ.C t.iexrpiny ea by law to tie education far.d, and \b Lci! 'lM! >cd bate been sacredij { process sbotzld t-e pursued in the appoictmeot cf CIcctioBelections. ocrms
J tmake.I ti :r i ctrctof :':i .rtilerfrn LPerrje, I..icd Sa: Con- tLe aid of tbe TreaJR -
ved for that fai d, base been appropriated to The *arse form of retarn shodd be prescribed ia all f-
I! !! M'-ssrs. Wright, Sanchez, and Love, were nppoireJ: that : 1 Cnrnpiv. t. th.. erer; f :! e Ta-v, rn hrin toS 2ry. making these pijntei.ts.fl Le '1 crrii&ry is now several th&u- } and it shoald be r brief and zip'e' aj possible. The e *ve6ieaec *j

; rrniUee. L 14L :u i tbe n.papers, ani fcrnS sand dollirs in cJettj.w h'.Dt mesas of paxinent. Itii i notsrioas.that the people. anJ std p lier, str estthe prcprietv of axin* the dan j
.n Mr. BYRD, introduced the resolution foliowinj:, v.-l.i.r!: ; -a I fc-- r. )t-.' :_ :- ; 'rhi- ai' our Treasury roUrs. but a hort timesioce, wo&ld l.*ing but ) cents of holding! the variocs elections! ifpncfcczbJe. ail oa one day Thtfonconrern
: i...:. 'n: z. Jft: YtT !. I rJLjtj zIt \Ir. Pcre isSS valued at5 cent bekr the of
I realised adopted: bra doliir, ia t'.i5City, and thej ere now per and apaUiy. as to exercise pf the rihs dsip
I Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed :o enqnlrt* ; J_ ;-; -: p5-d:: : icrpL):atiD par. The) >e are painfa! truths staring those who contend for oar abiitj j which the too freqeot recurrence of eecrtx! will oon create aowqoU

.nith; what facility printing for this Hou> can tie dtnH'. srvi! at :L ; uJ ti', I fr the cultivation ef :roa ty to soppoftaa independent g.i\trarneiit directly ,in the face ard the people is greatly to b- cepreeattdoeb. meawe she t

what price, and that they be required to report at tlie i.vciir.-j: t5 prope5. : : : na:3i..nof te- overtcrr.n ct once, ail their pendid! speculations. I aia deplvmoruaed is! believed eaase oar political duviioii to be mote in rei ioo topnb>
r.fl ii soataera c -* ': .- ticu TLLnterpnse sLtid t that in per.rormjng a Cuiy 1 owe toUie peopieI r ncaT ol | ciples and m-o. rand !kr. with reference to perOB than Las herek.fire .
sf this House .
I 10mOrrow.'I t z'I cLti: iL the iaJla'e. v: r.i y r--j rctc, : whirh Florida exhibiting faithfully!! the true condition of the Temtjrial gPTe nmest. Leeo th* c i' *- IVron l portirs are reaerallv created bj two pr*
-r I3vrd, Sanchez, anJ Hunt were appintd. I hs ber s zJ f : v.th has created to much ocr insolency aad" bad credit is exposed to ocr f Kow c&iizr .* of the rci-ct isdlit'Jxittca Inr c.wnj>> H'>r, 5w an important and .HM>

: WRIGHT, Uieamwed tat the rk'sad'ipJ: f'r s-i of a !: vL :; _;. If tl.'vv trh-> embark in :: Stiles, but it cannot be avoided. If we cannot maisrjgetu pa% tL>*e I: pfiee-. te recn bet? beid i raielT. atd BO other olity I
i- : rcft r b. iiiu i aJ.1e Ir :: i t: n I ; f ;-i, a li.zik aftr trial abacion! it, tri3ing charges, how can we -support a State gi*foramen!, be acnoulj : -I qe-i ti e un .Ize.i r hi en-e-: n"otthe eect-s. Owisig

: :4%:.. .:! afli dial a cooiraa'i'.ttee of three be appoinu-J t .'fifirwits ':: c.;! i: ; !'; t-e tS :. :; c h' intrr-icion ef the mi-j I expenes f which for Fiorida, (cond acted oa the nKAt tcoaam! thzti'.ia.Lriorne tine *le ortveJecaieseewtubase

I ; I... *hf rIv'erTAreaL cf tLe HotsiC. liVn: i! > was fly :e i r ;' V t i a bzh arrc : s, must t pan,) would amount to 59.00 per ann iu I IIul bj far tie most Iwinc4 here cbwfjon

zJ"pes: i ":%Itsr!. Wright,. Natta1! B-hzell!, aad Jd rit :, i 'r- arJ it.I idc t reaJtr ever} I injurious effects of tbi* change would be found lu the fact, tbit wih: the DeLteeeti. By hcdinthis! !ectio.i. thce lc e*
a ntr that r.miitee.. 3icni aMl air. ;:. our" rc2r, ) promote the! s-Mccc-ia of the I our creation as a State ceases tbe aid of the Ger.eral Government in S !'e:'ijf the Conic*'aad County vfEceis. all on ece day, Tsralesajj
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4 Mr. JONES then ruo ed tat the Home adjourn until to- I 1rtKhi; :, t.it5tJ $t. zudc no iire.-t apricajii1 the construction of tho-e works of internal improvement, essential t.:. .:e3 ft rii t iei trfievs wiJ! preefcd far ifr* <5>ra *eaLoa iI'
Nn Ivrnts:1'z f a thartcr as Lc to the prosperity of oar T?rrit-jry Calling to aid the most lite nip:incip -* :!:e vu'er at tT.e .arre !ii. aid *.i.ateEina-wiilbe more i
9irG v iu c i.cck. "' the bc5i-t ( U ;it hC ci ; & ;e-:. there are Int one or two works, which afci ive become a State. atrue L U itiersitenceotec,.
I JxytfAsr 3J 1S >2.T' sc.t Ltr t,% fle-3 ;:. 1fe ntiozuI 1: i I under the tree principles! of the Con titoton. (i- ?<.t id-th in the Prei- I trZii; partis fr-t ri on-rrbrr, alwav move or less pemal]
!e Hvisc met purniant to adpumr cji, iud a quo.--in biii .> ; o be hnpctl, I iri .I t. :: xe ai tIiertr:5e: .fld Cit dents .Message, C3 his rejection of the 3Iaysville rtad LuL) c-ialu fa 4 ; eaeti'.fracerIraeks utn priT3ierraxoi, wbi b0

; g peit,. p.-.Jty-eJej to business.T I c.ihif sue*-Will, prTflcs > r -f ;.aj >na! 1ericfi. ty a ;rait of constructed at the national expeuse. We shall (!Ireuhjtt? :. -elycp n t tiil. In ibvir sezd

; e tu.-i: ..' <.." .. -.t-rday were read. Mr. Fitzpatrlck from Ui satirical :>r rhci-! ,.--.. or 'h-.r-visc. I cslevm i: Low ever, cfj the State or on private enterprise and capital. The'fcixe IK ihescj p- 5titt7e i, tbiLT! *'!.* ttr Let frc-e Cn" tsceB ef pot&ca! priociplal

: Msanje noj 'ned, \v.n qualified awl t-ok las seat. j parannum f n--YIn"f', "*a: ari i *st shruld Ic cici'.ed anTi: port of a Stats government, besides the coontv t.hei. weed! at ihi- sad nr.' 4 n mbtrs of I

i Mr. \\ ill-Jtl 1' fra t. e Coainiittee to wait on HiE>.cc- I j the aiuhur'i' i sr-n. :" it Territory, in relation to the iiitro- tiaie, eqcjl at least a dollar! for each person, of every age and colour t Coarcil. ioo t.r-u4flTtiie fjrthe Tr.1irt ofaJ! the rrtaro. a al

4 icy, rep>:tL-J! i lit, they ha.i performed thit duty ar.J ;: t a I dim and ai- r.ticn V1 :sr --,!:' .. The. tea ran-th.e! [ in the Territory. It is believed that when thtc!>ject i* fi.iv! plactli tr. nrc .Iitin il ** tihcut tseTeir! :!* r vftbe prtciif&atioft of tha.|

co.n.nui'CiMn il in Le Acting Governor wuuld be tnormi t.ic rc-sand pIan: &cn whth is teI i before the people, and the plain common sense 'if the rnt<>rfunr f i"vj : *tjt i'f *h 'i **t c3. wvsetn.CR3t 5 *oU I* jSTBatcfi t* deg.p
I cln1Jflon711rcnt ,nim-: ,tt14 'ct. Lr1 fl4fl other.r'cIt uthiriJ.S j zees, appealed! to. when they reflect cpon the kay taxe* th--y wiJl ;: nj ui u>5puly! c3f ia the eee oS C'asttT ofirfrs. :tthed1.
) irs: of fli : u.j. j ) n ;: :tI.ir.! _! j i.. 1 Tr-uJ, wjtb care and ; bcI hav e to pay, and the deleterious! effects upon the i&ttrc-.! on J j.r. pej 15 l-ct *r> f.ir ( cut". ':5re'. iie "cxc t'a f& t-ttJ r >t*. bolkUw ancpjen -
Mr. BflO :r.u :le ConanaitLee on Priutin, re, .)nfl tint eitia"'d i rTrritry. But the! of I have stated cilU fee/uad coater.: tt>re
I 'L-4'E.V rrac'y the country 2? a majority :: reax 3,7: LeI-,:! I ZrIaJe to ike 1.din intce. ottS
Ih :y had fr.. >rn.i that! duty and siib.iiiiu.--l propo-u; j :rn .-: ; :: 1i'Tf'r.. inz meldprcdured! Ly man as we now are. Much as I
j L'N. \V.-j.:, Si j, aid Gifjija ; tvruc.i were read a.ul; lani 1.'Ei? 1itflrs fvrav! i'.rd.. i it rrc-rds climate, cannvt l>c hope no application for admi! >sjon will Le made till the Territory Uunineamberedbvdebt. | the ether at the time prescribed T law, the Aetio* Execative eoo-j

; 'fl1htte. I q. : i')1wft.r1S. .! rrM iVirn cf tLcsc articles >f <"nly surHdeiitiy fcrar till we have got a decent Capitol b&iit, titi a1'enitentiirr misoneJ the person who fcm the retri reteieij La4 the h betf

: The ResKion! offered )by Mr. Byrd oa \e :e.rtlay, wa.s clieJ own d,) notjrona !'np:; a, w M-! J be of irimn'.c adrantir? to is erected, ani till s"me of our mo>t important internal 1 number of vote A few days sahfeqwntir, a rttera was received I Igivin

vp, an 1 J. cJeJ in the negative. our citizens ; ant i if esps-rk-nve &I riiM prove last Fk-rita niijrbi in a improvements ire completed or fully nude/-way, (or cot till then, can another candidate a decided roajoritj. BeiJerag as Ijet| dv

; Mr. BO'JFH-nr.-el that te Hj-zse elect eigl.t Enrolling I few years be looked t4S ny dir aJIow-Htizens of the suites, for suchprod"ucl5 Florida reap any benefit from the change. that the Executive had no power to correct what bad been dose tbpany

:' and Ea j'iXjiiiir C.crk* :- the benefits rcsriling to the Territory, would be incalcula Whatever opprehensions may nave been created among oar citizen wa referred the baperior Co rt of fats district f,r reJrcs .
Ou cilleil! Mr. ble. If as has been cr.njeriured by s-cme, we ihall before aiany by the recert unhappy occurrences i Viriia; or mor. rrperlv. I which however on hearin* the case. decided that it had no power It I
,: t.'ui mnn.-i t ie ayes anJ niys wsre lor. by years, have more formidable crropc'Jtinn in the raisin of cotton by the iojudeious pubications. nad eriggertrd reports in reard look bencd th commission The*by an c'DnssioQ of the Legislator?

; BiltzeU, and !r. Pfc-iJent, w.th Messrs. Bnh, Cooper, from .Mexico, South America, the Izlast Indies, from Egypt, and to them. the's have ectirek tbided in a parts o or Tesr tory. and bv the ca.-eles5eesi or nejlijenee of the Inspectors of eleetisa! ,

Jt>nt: Love, Pntt, Jiobo-, S.rc.ezVarzei.. an.l Wright from the exiemhe countries l>ordcrin en the Black Sea, opt-Led to Tncse cccurrences should admonish us of the propriety ofeirefulljr witiioztanytanitoahi pat!, a citizen lost bis right to an important !

I ; voted in tlie afnnnalive, and Mes>r Bah/ell, Byrd, Fitzputrick. the iride of Europe, bythc canncw of the allies at Navarino, it revising our laws respecting introduction negroe* into the Ter- and lucrative cffic*. tu which fc* w=< fairly elected! and the voice H

4 ; Hunt, Nut: and P4pe in :l.e neirative.Tne wise fo tic eotrn pianter to rrerre for the the adopitn c.f other ritonr. and ao those for their pohce! and regulation and above all to the people was defeated. The probioa"io the same hvr, tbatdwfPresidingJotce

motion hiving yn d'-c; k'J m the allirmative, the artrks f : ciIthaion, and in rcsject to thoc that rcquirzny con- be strict aad vigilant in enforcement. Someofthe States havein shall receive tLe returns declare the rcsttU! rf tbte

Houj r pa-cccJcd to cj'vci the C.erks, anJ ?It> r.Ft nter.ay, tidcrahle! length of time to onnj them to maturity, he ihctiMnot deliy. con eqacnce ps>sed laws, entirely proiiibitiug the intrwfuction ol leciion. and certify it to the jec&tive. is the case ofmecb drSBcaft l lSev

M-sgiies: Dunn, 'rt*, BaUvvin! Clayton, M'Rca, and Whether the cultivation of the cane aid the m>nufaup; of negroes lor j--a'e. Additional! slave labour greatly wanted in ocr Ter- ertl of the Ja>tices did not pretend U> parsne the law. fixwardbg
Hjxvkiii'5, iver'; t-! etid. j sugar can I*; relied upn, as a certain &Tirccof profit to the Fluri.. ritory.-asd such measure would therefore be highly injuriocstoonr to the Executii the (precinct reicrn u,ade to them with-it aar ***I Itiflcate
(planter; a rJ especially! if the present duties on imported su ar terest*, and unr>; abs>jlately necessary, should avoided. Sufficienl of the result-the cert&ate4 of others were ei&emelj loMnnd
The fiI-j\vi!! from His !
; g me jage was received Excellency f ftheacth are reduced by Co.irrcis, i; by nwny carded as problematical.! But guards agaisst the introdaction of negroe* of sospscious character irJbrmai. and som* did not interfere at all! ,bat the predict r.

f I _, ; ? < *., wi Ici having Ixt u read, Mr. Boouimovcd i cn:'-diu-dues doubts to be unfoviulcd, adniitung the conjectur can I presume be created witbcct its adoption As iu some degree terns were mace dixecllv to tlx Eaerative---- hith..-*-. <_nana_ _.on._ .- Tk
axi ,irj cJpti o; '.. :ie be priate-4-wluc.1 was agreed to. I sa.d in :iiard to cotcn, to be id.e spsculvions and it the eape- connected with this subject, and also as a judicious andju mea- ; clerk of each cosctj sbouM! Le rcqured ia ali-J elections to eerily the

'I',.) the cof the'Le-hitive Council nment faitsiineliattIy to yield die planter pecuniary p&flt, thtepcr.dcncr arc taxation. I have be eu requested bj many citizens, to invite I Executive uf the several! precincts.acd theInspectorsappointed ia *
arircnts f cf'nLne, .f : and of parrioiism, are the attention of the Council, to the expediency of levj ing an additional I coanty. 35otherwi>eimp cnvTi.M :; m favor Of the ad 'por.fccullure of every ufxfu! cxoiic congenial tix to that imposed on other negroes, on those hired in the Territory I of the law regulating the election Jf iMe-iaie, that improperly mitt j
TLe great Ruler! of the destinies of men ami of notions has to our soil, D dclnaT., that vrc can procure. The central CCTcrnriun S but whose owners are non-residents. The strict prohibition of ne- I \viththerigLtseodpvwersoflbe 1/oose of Representatives f

yTmittcJ your convention as the tenth Legisiative Council
To render Him the hoina e of our praise aol grati- facilities! for dir introduetioii, bu; f>r 'he more effectual accamhh-{ decription. and the impushion of a severe penalty upon a master or I book The Organic!law* provide. thi -the Delegate shall be efeeui j

t le, far preservation in !life, amid the chastening*, visited tor nitn* of this 'bjcc, 1 .u'erst tit! a umli appropriation e placid .,merger who iball knuwinglj permit the \ioati! *>n of the law, bjr a I by ceh description of persons at so'jb times and ne'er sreh regal j

: H j own wxse purposes upon mam' of our feliov-citixeiu> ; anJf .it the di! p8 ol cf the executive, to inert the cxpcascs of tranjporta- negro under his control would have a salctary effect. Within a lex lions AS the Governor and Council raav frvro time to time ordain *at

; >r His manifold blessings! upon our much favored country, tin, ar.doihtr chanres cesaanly incidtt to the procurement ol'se months past htoid bills and other pablicaticns. printed in some of the direct." The ISfe section of tb*; 'jaw iii question.traasees 4s tie pod'
and that authorize rcsolsition! auen as 5c received Eastern and 3IiddIe States, of the mischievous and dangerocs here conferred and d
Rhould be our first and most sacred duty. !U, &c.- you by nisy meat I er prescrir. the maacerin hkh a ea oa ij
la of the tu' be distributed for propaea:!'n under his direction.Coumi tendency spread amongst a portiaa of our population, have been I shall! proceed coatesaog the f K-nion beCirethe Hens*of Kepreieaa:
greeting you as the chosen Representatives People >eratou "for the wretched condition of the Indians located received ;J.y mail at different Po,l-ofFce9 ID Territory. TI.e incendiaries -tivesot the Unhed State* I agree ia the czrnstnactiou trcer.dyputO

of trie Territory, a-i-rznL'ed! to exercise the high and important uithm oar limit*, a< well 25 a regard for tlie: interests of the eoaolrv, I who would by the circulation of such publication excite to I another part of thi* liw.tbat to snake the retain of aa election ea

functions of LegisJ ition, I entertain, I trust, just ense of the cons-rein* me to uge upon y u the neee<. >tf of ecd arohn Ly all! outrage, tho
responsibility, wucii the absence of the Governor and the pniper mears. tu iudoce tli? general povernrneni to cac. itjeir removal slaves! in Florida, generally are more comfortable( than thousands of I the certificate of tt. result. It has been coetexled tiffrj

c < eq'cnt necessity of myperformingthe duties of that otEce, to the West t'ftue! >!i -is5ipf>i. A proper memorial from your the poor classes in the ]\oitbern cities) are not countenanced and the DeSrpttCLU net a rr.r ber cf the Ilwvse Reprrseetatrres vraSJCj
1 J.u implied upon me. Especially amI coniaus of body exhibiting faitlifnlly the present m> erahle state of these people their infamous conduct condemned by the intelligent acdliberal of I that provision of the Z-.f; artcle of the Cocstitatioit of the Uoiiet

Vie weight of the charge which asyour co-adjutor m Icgislaiion and*toe adtanti'es removal in them ai.d howiug the injcnons effect oar fellow-citizens, in the States where they reside and proper commnnicationslrorn -I States, which decbr.-,,. "Each boc* ball be the Judge of tbe eidMtious

4 devolve* upon me, and wanting the experience age, and the to the euuctry of their continuance b--re will not be disregarded ; the southern kgHlaturcs! lothose cf tLe Don flavehol-! returns and yauficatioos of its own rren'.bers'-and it fca*1I 1*

} ervio- being to me novel, I feel that I may well besjxrak from and opK>rt(tioi< of our Repre enutive ia ding State?, wrold. I have no doubt cause the enactmenlof !aws tending -I been argued that Congress tesseing the power of rei iog and i> f fauHingonrlaws

S :vo i. and the. rest of fellow-citizens liberal and indulgent Conrei. and other of our citizen, well formed on this lubject. to repress such publications. The passage of a law bj the Conncil ; andhavingtachlj acq.eced ia this. it !obere-j
judgment. my a now at Uiestat of(jovermr.ent. muy orca>iou the adoption cio xirne simiiar those passed recently by some of the slave'States, with I girded as ai! !., even if originally fJefecme. Considering the e Hrectness

( meaaorca toward etTcxtiog this desirable object at thc peiett a view to the punishment of such persons ourselves if we can legal I of t'x-se jv u-ms as doubtful, and taking, into view abo O
The subject u> which, in the fulfilment of the preliminary M't'ioo of Congres. ly procure them woo'd perhaps have a good effect. Herewith the I tenor of tb
diy custom has assigned me on this occasion, I would first I enclose the Coozcil an extract from the 3Ie.iste of Governor Council will receive a number of the publications referred to, which mw itself,
invite Le notice of the Council, is that of internal improve Gilmer, at the opening of the prevent .
I ments. J advert to this sjbjeci V'fore any other, for the reason, Georgia, respecting the disputed boundary line between Ueorgia sod ifqnestof the Grand Jury of that county. ited ia those returns from which the result can be safely andcerte 7'gatb

that the People: Florida! feel greater anxiety in regard to tho*e I Fiorida 11 appears from thiaditract, that ae gentlemen last anpoioied ,a.fhat the Penitentiary system properly regulated is preferable to aredIn the emendations to these laws the powers and d'L

works of internal! improvement, which it has been anticipated, by Georgia, ascertain and aarveylhi-t !line decided, th4t -the head till other systems, for the punishment and reform of criminals is of every officer engaged in the eieevtion of them,should be tfistiactift'.efiued.

I nrouLJ be soon coa-jtructed by the General Government in our of the St. Alaryas defined in the Treaty of 1795 was to be (band generally conceded. The common argument used against it, has As they BOW are.if in a violent and closer/ contested el* j
Territory than before at the souce of its middle or western branch." The merits of this been! its expensiveness, but in several of the Eastern -and middle tico. the officer designated to ascertain and declare the resali, sbw* '
other which be
I any matter can brought controversy, in regard as well to the facts, a. to the principles of law States, experience has proved, that if well conducted,a Penitentiary I ive a CJt> lroctiou injurious to the interest of one or the ether party
I you. .Upon thecanstruction of some of those works, the future and of rirht. upon which it rests, have heretofore been so folly, and can be mode a source profit and revenue. A large itemof cxper.se ill anv accident should occar or if by mistake or earelessnew ori'"*

_ : prospcriry.ofthe Country is greatly dependant Without means, ably examined and dUcued, and are sogencrsl'y understood that I to the north is fire wocd, which would cost but little in Florida. T t ancen any.ufthernoie than two hundred pensoowbo ociateas0c'

I weak, and yet in its minority, Territory has to look wholly it u not nece.-cary on this occasion to otTer data to show probable error -J has been urged against the establishment of such institution in tlus of election, a result dis>a: fstto y toekherside bood! easae. boelerated

k> Us parent government for aid; and it belongs to us to make in the opinions of the Georgia Commissioners or to adduce arguments Territory, that our climate would prevent the employment of cmvirts and well estibuxbetl maybe IMS character, however const1;!

known H that government, the wishes ol our citizens, the in proof of the positiun, that they may be correct, and at this in many kinds of profitable lalxrnr, in w Inch they are err ployed lion he may act,how ever honest and impartial n.aj be his iatesI

practicability: of these improvements, and the advantageto be period of Utnftd3 DOtjaftif/the claim Georgia to have the Southeastern at the north, and that the materials for most of the mani'.fac.iures" (and such otSeer could! *ot bate irwoiveor iBdverment L.adIa'pfOP

derived from item, either by resolution instructing the Dele end of the line located southward of tliicott's r'oundjfhe such prison would cost more than in those prisons, where profit has ly). he i is es juried to suspicion the most anjus aid paUtdiigracefuL

ft*, or by memorial to be presented by him to Congress.y/ ll'ljereraara quantity cf land between the line setting oat from the mudnd and been obtained. 1 cannot agree that these opinions arc cryrect. Many The vageee find ambtguiu of the law impose*
la't authority of Georgia is stated by Governor cloths construction bat be aQorded shield or protectioapplitical ag1
I of obstructions the of inrers deepening that run *nmnier. by of the coarse shoes, hats, and nesro great qnajitities of duty of is no
ta our
navigation Gilmer, to bfe ore million three hundred thousand acres. 'fLu new which are sold in Florida, are made in the northern rorisons. Other rancixir or party violence'
tie! entrances to some of our harbours, the construction line runs only about 11 miles north of this city. It throws in Georgia, articles could be enumerated, and there are species of labor in which \\Theeon3ideration of the Cannel hoald at anearrr period of tbsessicis.

i of canab and rail roads, aftd location, and making of other irenrlr_ if not the whole! of the County of Hamilton and a considerable convicts could be more profitably employed here than elsewhere. .be directed to the condition of oar Territor MlTreasary.

f t l I road between certain important points, are matters ol the highest portion Madison, JctFerson. Leon and Gadsdcn conntie Gentlemen The Territory does not however, at present possess the means to log to the decease oa the 12U alt-, of Jadge Flojd the letwer Tre*

importance; to our citizens. Unless most of these works, posscmn* information to be relied upon state there are up- erect a Penitentiary, and unless the general government are wining nrer,and Uiree daTs since of 3Ir. Garry his soccesror. co Treasarer

rre executed by the United States, they nilnot! be commenced waids of five thousand inhabitants between the two lines. v You will$ to assist us; the project must be abandoned. It has been suggested, report to be expected Jdjl have berestttdia thW'

4 >r a quarter of-century hence, and the growth and proipeivtyof notice, thaifhe *ny! suestionsmade to the Legislature of Georgia, to me' that the old Spanish fort, San Marcos at St. Augustine, that the Territory is vely cousiderablj in debt. 1 har*&arf aafibrded

tlKite: will in the mean time be retarded.,' The on this subject,by Governor Gilmer, are that it i U nrcesvary'to hare which, is no longer used by the United States, and U falling into aIa me,bat am imicccd to belier* U e ag rebate .(IbecI *
untry, of all the lands in Florida ire yet th,* title tried," to the disputed laud*, and that the I ngislatare.should ruins, is well calculated for a Penitentiary, and could be changed into against Treajnrj.ovtrand above Ute teeaoaof paja atwillralaf
: : f id th-it more than 19-20tlr3 'dirrct the manner in which the Territory is to be disposed of. if the one for a stuncornparaUTely small.to the expense of erecting suchprison exceed than fall short of 1OOOO-bW of which wm bperbaja i iTreajwrjr
'- owned by the United Stales, should have great influence in inSe termination shall be in fat or of the State.7 I hate inferred from anewftbTlie cncral healthiness of St. Augustine is a cogent note In ckeolatton. on which the TenitoaiprsysalCfestS

-uthiir rendition of the! aiiJ soliciteJ .
I of the Council made by Lieut Long of the LDJ- document this of fund1e cleaib of also, an> Aadtfow W* 1
the'atienton with other interesting on snbject by order I am inclined to believe would not be unwilling to grant the fort, to Mr.Grej pretent.
t' I States Army, to citizens of Jackson County, ofanexanhatbn the/loose Representatives if the U S. that tbe views of Get rgia us for such purpose, andniiht also be induced to render aid in the Being A oditor w hen |:romoted oa the 9lb aUhno! to the The

made by him tor tl em to ascertain tlie practicability are more directed to the ol-tainirg nn "i-quh alrnt"! fortbeTenilonr nccesf nry alterations. This important Fiil-jcct hould net be suCercd vra* dirrree to make reports foe tbe6caLyrr.ndiug NO't ,

nd cost of a eait fin the Chipola river to St Andrew's Bay cLaimed by lcr, than the cittnsicn ol her poi-ticnl jarisdiction over it. to escape the ccnsidrralicn the Ccr ne3* 3Utb, from U ibt fzieswd was- engaged ia this dutjttl a Qw sr


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t-rcvioai to bs dts-. His exammatiow fnteewr &s,Auditor to reDder, has not rfnce lad Bank in the Territory. In an.wer thereto, a letterwas r -- sury, dated the 8th and published in'the Globe of Ses of the Cotmefl ta
3S& ItoU deferred necci sary the .ppoi l t any(ntufactory.I'CW 4'-tr led# in.March:last,,froni the President Ljb of the. Bant stating -that4o1tLnajaitbe1re (. the -tSth November, and to.which you are respectibllyrefertediVA Wresting Document *' connected with the.'W' o
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oZ bccaun. lconsideTeditad.i.kUteyat.i>mmfc ara f Dii'eiior"iouIdthIbreid a, _. sacrifice often to; twelve, : '.1.Lk__. .j, :, ..
& other..a.CouD'Cll-.taould ontc, previously fully cj:min c 1be"Look d 'a. : ; Eftal 1 4 h r; **1 o ti i:1 tta t1i*s'ttiYm: -w* f" ..F : ." ."r'-" .' .*., .. ,1

ZTvSrtmAttaccount, of the I late and 1oirVi KBTeft.trfd: -.. ntIeinenwho iaktakerz n intenst in ihesubjec ". azd&a mdobc hvitb the ouey time' and fliIirbiti'ii Wr have dda'e4W4ng:. ,papel'd 'oil'rsr

ESS- lameonstTUined: to strongly recomthend the.b01itioi rrs .Jb. ,una i.. r:uecJSlOb "asimalde, 'the5overwjr4 Krabeap : t since his : at1b IJ. 'ity obtain k. ,wpymsw; t w tri ii p .

A.ditor as an uunece5ary and -"- exp**. wsg: ; : rinsed there f. tf other wmrauaicatioirhaslxxn received o 13tI2ugIL latio en ,himiie- which tre bust will be sufficient ogy"by our sub4' ..
uf l bod of'the offices of Auditor and Trcasarer can be..wiI1.1ed per&ruv. Ofl1thIi ubject. ., _" I. r.'t. turtfto tf-f MCTican States.to'pete: '_th .-. Centers. ItHConlam**'ih-sny Wf-ortknt ij$ .
Urna
b,a collpetfll peNOfl who will auend to the business! pet o ll,1I i. I did'intend to haye.suggested afttib J m* >nie a1ia, tkj :j beE-J-JTof his country,< to which he mta rboura.iii ",_BOuntinnglyTdevoted .which will no doubt.recenre, the:.consideration fey-thi e "
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think an jnspeCtifl of the bovkof these officer, will in It.elf.'coQ. of an important character in the lairs regulating the ,settlement I himself dunagf.itfc last 'four Council which tjieytnerit.. ."i., .:..t'-,- r. ..\.

"I, rtlSS the Council The on this score.sYfitem Our revenue rfcdkcuwtues.debtrScVu laws generJlT -. and. distribution of insolvent estates, 'and ako,. those relative years and a hall*, will he trusts be duly ..apprecia ". -, : .: ,;-6;.' ,,. -,&1,

ameb inefficient ment and defective.present! The pract.of..ISt.ipl to the dower of widows.in this Territory, but the I length ted by the distinguished Representative off Iprida. GoemotDuv.arha_ elm nominated 'by tW Pre-n-"-s-* 'I

ver, ishedii mC:180reS\\J11cb to which"Uiis paper has already extended, .compels me to deler He doesnotexpect ever receive any adequate .'"i'ito .
freaSivbotes should be abol ny may adopted dent and the subject has been_ Trtfefred by'the Senate .
at regard rot heClpCnleS the perlbrmance of'th duty. jwunlajy remuneration forhis services, and looks
tending to more economy It
council the Committee, .
the Judiciary / ,
by greater vigilance in the collection oil he revenue anddebts due concluding tliisfcommunication, permit me, gentlemen !a lor his whole recompense to the identification of : J')

the Territory. and rendering officers more strictly accountable, will be moment to, look-l>eyond boundaries of our humble cohihial i his name'with at least the successful introduction t ,K-Ey.lVEST.--We are happy to learn taat Key -

,ioct cheerfully concurred in. Unless the Council adopt rome such government and congratulate you as American citizen.", :upon, of the fibrous species of the plants of the Genus Wc.t has been remarkably healthy.during ,lid Is J Jseuon.
ci mcasnrf tvkfs nnd means most be deviaed to raise an additional reve- the prosperous and happy condition of our common country. Agave to cultivation; in the United States,- :an This is In flouriihin pdst '_ ..: '
shoad! not be resorted toil place a,very *conditioi.i : .- "
Due br,;, iation or otherwise. Taxation it Under the administration of a Chief Magristrale, deservedly epoca \vliich he continues to believe will be as no- ', "
can possibly bo avoided, as the citizens uf some parts of our I emtory possessing as large a share of the confidence of his fellowcitizens ted in.the annals of.the agricultural prosperity of judging a recent sale of lot*One fetwitb brnWinga 4.
of the present taxes as too onerous' of but little value brought |5000.-Anotierloi sold tor .
already complain as any. of his illustrious predecessors our Republic rapidly theSoutueni States, as the inventionofth Cot '
The attention of the Council is requested to the state oftheMflztjaThereare $2,500,without L-n rovements.-The'wood lots in the
in which advancing"to that.foremost place in the' rank of nations ton gin. -' ,
of the States or Territories stronger! neces- 0-
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none which believe beneficent Providencehas A suitable charter from Territory would back part ofthe Tcwn varicdfrom 60 to $200. "'j- .
for properly organised militia, than III Florida. Our extensive we may ue permitted to a your ,
a
fit! exists and our geographical location, render us greatly ex- allotted as her d tiUOur fellow-citizens of the different probably be followed'by a grant from the Federal ,;
coast
posed to sea the predatory irruntionscf an enemy ID time of war, and to States, l living under mild, equal, and just lavs, enjoy Government, of tlie necessary land for ',the objectsof ';;; The Church Rer., has Mr.'arrindlJ1d BRAGG of nill the preach Protestant at the Episecl&l Acad- .. _
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oppose which the militia of the county mustherlllc y relied upon. No as great a portion of political happiness, as has ever been bestowed the company, which are uie.same as those manifested lemy next Sabbath., :" .f
tirctent danger is, perhaps to be apprehended from any portion of our uponthe pcope! of any country on the globe. By neglect by Governmentin the aforesaid Treasury .' ,.. fi \
population; but we Lave amongst us two clale1.0! way possibly at and inattention to the means of preservation may, Circular the 6th September 1827. 1qLEJfy'Ji i .
period, be incited to hostility: and with respect tu which However I Q OTJV CY iI .
1.r some future forfeit our riIit to that more equal participation ui am Sir, very respectfully
it behoves u# always to be epared hi peace and in war. Enquiryehoutd these blessings, which it is tiusted: is yet in store fir us.VigiIar1c. .- Your obedient sery nt. At a meeting of the Trustees of Quincy Academy --Zt .' :

be made into the causes ofihe present'organization have I can the attest du is the condition, which liberty; is grantd," saida HENRY PERRINE, on the 24thDeeemher: the report ofthe Rec- ,

S to the fidelity: with which them.the. Many general of officers the field officers performed of the different patriot and sage of the revolution. This maxim 'should U. S. Consul forCampeche. tor respecting. state of the institution having '.#

I ties de\'oh'ng'upon however extremely lax in the fulfilment of their duties not be forgotten. Let us observe it, and use our Ixst en- been read and received ; it was resolved by the ; '-

r regiments law are.gives no to the Commander-in-chief: or to the brigadiers devours to merit a continuance of.the t .-uursJ hitherto. so bountifully rcT board, .that a copy thereof requested for DubliJ". ,
and the, to correct and power remedy the evil. In two or three instances, no bestowed by that Great Power, without whose protectionand \ I respectfully invite thy friendly attention to the cation hi! the next Floridian.-Yours respectfully ";; t : :_ .

t regimental field officer baxe been elected by the people. 1 am im- aid neither men nor Governments can prosper. foregoing communication of Dr. Perrine, and beg' WM. FORBES, Secretary. "

r prised with the belief that the disregard of the law pretty generally JAMES D. WESTCOTT, Jr.- that thou wilt aid his views as speedily as possible, To the Trviteesof Quinn dcadeiny.GErI.E3ENgreeaby .

niiiiiiiv"-wt is attriouiable to its provisions not being acceptable to the Sec'v. and Acting Gov. of Florida. if it seem advisable to thee, by offering to Ibnvardlus to my engagements

F people. and also that they regard the perlormauce of common nulitia EXECUTIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, ( memorial and accompanying documents to the took chart of this institution the 11 th Ju/y/ last.
duty at present, as an u.ineccssiry and troublesome% burthen. Ucl ev. January 3d 1S32. 5 Legislative council of thy Territory, and by furnishing The nujTib"r Pupils at first was quite limited '"""
in force .
continued tinsrepublican
lug this and holding that no law ought toe in mm wila influence and advice. but in the course of the'qua rter, the school increased
have shown they ------ "f thy .
arter the people generally
government Lied it incumbent mo tit urge tothe Council, the The House then proceeded to elect a Printer, which rcjult- Jt really appears to me, that in.a political pointof to the number of forty seven. This i favorable ;;

areaver-e of toil essential, changes being upon made iu the law at this es JOn.' ed in the choice of Mr. Win. Wilson. Mr. Fitzpatnck nov-* view, with reference to the dssaiisiacuon at prospect temporarily affrcted by the unparal!

The nrcpssity same feeling in regard to tae j.crforinance of militia duty in time ed that a commit be appointed to contract for the pnitmg present experienced by our Southern friends, tile leled sickness of the surrounding country. N umbers

ol f has been manifested elsewhere ill the btates, and their experience with the printer elect, wi.lclt'LlS ag teJ to, and Messrs.. Fitzpatrick company proposed by the Doctor, will do more in who would otherwise have applied for admission

peace bus shown it is futile to attempt the coercion of the citizens of Byrd, ai.d Hunt, weie appointed.Tlie their favor, by opening new sources rf j.gncuitu- were obliged to defer their applications to a

this country by fines and )penalties, to its oi.servance/'i Appeals to their House then adjourned until; to-morrow 10 o'clock, ral prospenty than even the conteirplafil! hiodifi-, more auspicious season. Notwithstanding these
patriotism.their pride. lli. ir public .pirit and personal ambition, are cation of the Tarill. ,and other untoward events, the whole number admitted -

sound much more efficacious. Under this policy, the lormatiou of\oluntccr DOCUMENTS the Cl ovenoi'sMetge. The Doctor proposes to return4p Tub 1ZT) and ] since July is fifty three, and the number during -
aud no musters accnq!'ahivilig :
uniformed companies has been encouraged, Yucatan immediately alter assuniucw ul M ccoss the present quarter forty six.

had but or such corps. I have co-fidence 'hat under judicious that it regulations better! fir the act Hicoq"rauun, in ordt-i: to c-.iucnail: These Students have come from different parts.. _
the is
would be satisfactory to people
,such system situation and would be more beneficial than any other. [A.] the; materials yet mcces"ary to cari n. \(\.- into) Florida and the lower counties Georgia. About *

Ii adapted... nnniil.nlf.n to our is mostlv villages,. or in detached Mjtt.eiueij-3 of a ASPALAGA.' FLORIDA.f Nov. 19th_ __ 13J1. complete encct. Tlie Doctor anti ziiysetIiiWmkd one third of the fcchool are from abroad. The
number VfUl Ivt'--n of families-- -contiguous-- ---.J to-a--each other.- Each settlement could To Col. Jacob Robinson, Captain Isaac Robinson, Cd. R. to have seen ti.ee, last sLimmer, when thee was Classical School! is yet small ; the English department .

(arm a company of twenty five or thirty men which in ca_>e of any a-_, H. Lon!, Gen. John Clark, Col. Jonn V\. Campbell. here, and made two calls at thy lodgl" goj, lo taikt1xee consists students in Geography, English
]ann.would be enabled to assemble in a |V\v hours read) for ser'ice.tI I submit to you the following rcp-jrt of examination and matters over and were unsuccessful.Rcsiicctful'v Grammer, Arithmetic and the ordinary branches

refer. however to the Couucil the de.U-ii.g ot the aUt.ratJon.3 and a- survey, of the route of the contemplated canal to connect the thy friend, of an English Education. The discipline of tho _

m end me nts in this law. waters of tho Appal.ic.ncola: River, with the St. Ari ft h-: )May, AaRON LEGGRTT. School is cnlefiy effected by the influence of moral .. 4
and __ ___ ___ -s C'HTection-h.y" appeal directly the better 1 :. ". *"
wliicli: I made ia cmp.lny'llh you, by your assistacc. ---- --' --p- cl -1
The subject of common school!?, and ol f education generallyIS The examinations eOIlllllel;ct'd at the natural cut oil from ''l'fiE J"iLORIDIAN : l lings: of the heart. Long experience has convin- !" -v i
importance to tiio ritizens of the Territory At the This oil cedrae that corporal punsirr.ent? renders _
ul primary the Appahichicola River, to Chijwla.- cut has a never -*
the last session 01 the Council, the Governor won directed by stralgnt channel Ibrtue first mile, where it enters nao the Serpentine : = -- : the heirt better, r.r reJbrms; the! child. I ( l.not

the act concerning the literary fund to appoint three commis bed of an Did Byou, WHiCh it follows to the latter TALLAkAkL- : sul:crilc to the doctrine even of Sol man, if he

sioners" to enquire into the condition ol' the scaoois in the Ter- stream. Its length i is about five miles! and i in bre.uk.. varies ,I'U Eii? MORNING, JANCAKK i, intended his rod and reproof: for children of a f,
ritory the wants of the People in regard to education, and the i iI1ll'.ms '-- -- A constant to the feelings
from 60 to 100 yards. It can easily -improved; .i r SteamBoat riper age. appeal manly f.
calculated to relieve tu.4ir wants, and to report to the \\ C below an extract Iroiu the: Report of
Navigation. opening into the! Chipoia is at the lower give of the child, to J his honour or shame, is per- .. i
next Legislative Council, the number ccnools in tae Territory termination of the Dead Lakcsand a bout three ILl Cubnethe tle present able! and practical Secrctaiy of the Navy. haps the only effectual! corrective of i.is faults; the

the number and qualnications of teachers! the branches Cypress Swamp. through which its waters p.iss.-After This gentleman, with a foresight ami abilitycreditab.e only effectual means inspiring in his b'l'st:111!
usually taught, and the various modes of instruction, adopted that is honorab.e and correct. It is but cf
making proper examinations of t..e Cnipola: River, il was to the head of a highly important Department an act
in them, the number of children, receiving education in those justice to the Scholars! this school!
tliougitt that the cuial should start at a point near the mouth comprising to
i, of the (Government takes view
of children in tile Territory, destitute a proper
scaools, and the number of the cut oil': The was ccoillinc.mInJCuced! say that there yet needs hut hue! con.piIsory
of the means of education. And also, to report what in their near it, at a point where survey tBlufl' land makes down to the i of a subject wLic.'i :has been the cause of muchmisrepresentation. Ir'.-a.s to be used for the salutary discipline of the

opinion is the best system of general instruction, adapted to the edge of tie: open water.-Tiie land over WMC.I; the s.jvcy was .-The} Report is decidedly in 5c!loo''. Many of them, however, appear to have

condition and wants of the Territory, the be mode of obtaining mad* between the Chipoia River andV elappo Creeks, is ofa favor of the cultivation of Live Oak, though enjoyed but little the advantagcsof education. The

the funds necessary for its establishment: and any other character similar to the low pmc woods of the country, in ycmewhat guarded in expression from causes materials therefore are, in general, raw ar.d rude
facts information connected with the subject, which they Its formation is of hard red earth -but their disposition for improvement has gi a.- "
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tuuuctl.rr41e ." te.i.a. a argillaceous which will not be mistaken here,-Mr. Wood bury
to be laid before the Legislative ly facilitated labours. To stimulate them
t 1 important, o.'er a stratum of while clay. Thislbimation is of the most my to
Rev. P. W. Gautier Jackson, J. G. u-3mtMe E <. of lavorable: kind for canals of deep cutting, as the bank will beara says :- the Royal Forests of Eagland preserved -:, still OTeater exertions, I proposed and provided

Jciierson, and Moses E. Levy Esqr. of Alacnua, were se.ectfd less slope than in allY oilier kinds of carl h. It is thougiit that Jor pub.ic purposes, lave sometimes been con- uumIr premiums to be awarded to'' the scholars -

as the commissioners under this law. I received, a day or lor this canal! a slope under the angle of (JO: degrees with the : sdercd a* one foundation of her Naval greatness." standing highest on the Merit-roll, kept f>reach

two since, a separate: Report of Mr. Levy, on this subject bottom of it, the bnnks: will .stand perfectly well. The length [ -I>Ir. U ood hurry supposes that his predecessor class! in the classical: and english department.

whicn is herewith communicated to the Council. i presume t eReports of the canal according to the survey i b 11 1-2 miles and 181) i abandoned the Plantation more, it H presumed, These premiums are now ready for award and dis-
of the other commissioners will: be forwarded a fewdays. tribution. To the morals ihe.ycuth
yards, j in a direction livm the ]>qmt of the commencement, from lioi.bis Ut'itq legality than! the utility of a preserve
It i is important t.iat in the adoption of measures 'on tins south 53 degeesvest.. .entrusted,to my care, I hen t strictly; prohibited
subject, we do not act carelessly, or precipitatcly.jto system The higiestridgcof land, is about S6 feet above low water careful l attention to the growth and safety of Live their frequenting places that tend to corrupt the ?' Or.-

not generally and thoroughly: understood, and which has nut level; in the Chipob, Sit a rlismce of 1 1-4 miles from it. From Oak. I youth in.all villages and towns. This is the more

been in practical and benciicial operation, in some cue of the this sumnniittlic ground bears iI Jrruhm; tlClCCIlt to theVetap- Nothing; can be plainer than tliat.it is the opinion necessary in boarding school:;:, as the Parents are : >
JStatiisol the Union, should be adopted. Theories upon the of the till of : generally absent and unable to watch over their
p0, not passin!the level Cui,1a! waters, arriving the Department, that the growth of this >
sublet of education, of the most beautiful appearance; on paper near tIle termiiiatvn of the': sUI\'ev. The diiFcreflceOfleTelofthe timber ought to be pror.oted-that. Woodbury morals and habits. Whenever the Students shall i

and projects of the mo-st plausible! and imposing character two streams was found to be 13 feet, to which: add 5 feet to be permitted to frequent such corrupting places, 1
11.1 w.'hCll expo eJ to stubborn and unerring test of prac- fiiiTu water levr.l in the Chijpoa: IS feet 1 for lockage to o- I does not 3grecith his predecessor as to the the school will infallibly kc.ine, and sink into (me- '
1i1fed efficacIous results proziised, gives J.f.lit'nl'I t.'o. p.'_ili'...!.<.hrriit.. .. rttdent fp{1" Pnt 1 1 ".;_ tited) insignificance. It will:} therefore 1e '
eltterlv to produce Ule vercjme reqriftngHwo locks. The Wetajij 0 from tile entrance '"D""'.' v. -- 6 & JUb 6V -) : necessary -
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iunvatiom upon from the extract below! and from the to dismiss from the institution such large stu-
by their projectors Experimeuts, requiting ol'the canal to its mouth, aU ut S miles i.- a wide stream requiring given -
the settled habits and systems of a Country, arc rarely t:1UC- but little expense to lit it for tne easy passage of Steam fact that he has taken measure.? j ir its preservation dents as may be detected in such habits, nless
dissent from the recommendation they can give assurance of iiiFtani rt'f1{ matkn. _
cessful. I that I must express my '
regret Bo,1 ts. -\Ve are at a loss to conceive how it was possible '
of the cs.tablfc.hluent The use ora pair of new Globes! has teei.: gen-
in the accompanying report of St. Andrews'
of the!
Its assent into the head eastern arm .
similar to that for his predecessor t. entertain doubts as to fn lie benefit of the in i it ion \
rottsly piesented; :
of a school, or schools by the Territory, Bay without other obstruction, tlnn a muddy shoal or bar, "
known as the Fellenburg institution. Without reference to the on which at low any tide was found-1 1-2 feet water. The eastern his authority: to expend money, for the prosecutionof I{ by Messrs. Prest;>!iJ, {.ties and Nunan. I aveal* .-

j amount of the expense ofthe undertaking, considering that arm of St. Andrews Bay is a beauuU; channel of water, capable the plan.-That! he entirely nl I1dT8tod the so procured for tae: school Tanner's new map of -

this system is not well adapted to this country, not as consistent : of admittin.1 merchant vessels quite to its head. Itis bout subject is evident, from his charging the power to i the United Suites and 1 trust! we shall soon have t
others and that it is others of a sim.-'ar! size anti quality.! _
with our political institutions, as opento 20 miles in )length liom the head to the main pass, leadiigto I have been derived from the law, for the gradual many
other objections, and would, also, probably tail, I South \\estt.rncourse its width To solve the rt.tnl: proh'cm.en the Globe, I ..l
many sea, following a ; varying increase of the Navy; for the act of 1927, specially much suchas
trial of the experiment f.Its shall devote time at night ia tending
the
should: be greatly aver.e to c from one to 2 miles. The canal to suit the trade ot'the country,
ejficacy at the Public cost. But I should be more im willingtint should lie calculated for the JI;. olge of such Steam Boats as authorized the measure :and made a specific are persi.hu1; the ..ttidy Geograjhy. ;. :, -

the donations of the United State.:, either to the citizen. navigate the Appalachicola! River ; it) be towed through by appropriation for the saire.-We are now done The neci-ssaiy 1wnk La vin r Lecai prt cured, the .t. :

of the Townships, or the Territory, 1 for the purpose of education horse power. This i is the only mode cuiisidered practicable to with a subject gotten i.p: misrepresented, and study Ancient ar..J l JMoilern: History and of IS he* .
of them to torick will n 'w be ?tled! ts> the ot'cr studit s. Having <
should! be jeopardised by any appropriation; construct the canal t for theSc boats on siccotint: of the washingof hawked through the country for the! purpose of
?:I.EIT-ROI.I. !i iar the tenn just c.;st'J) .i. -
each kept a
the People of Township, of (
of such Giving
the aid project. the banks, should she ply! Ihrouga! with steam. The t n.e the
the benefit of the donations for their deception and imposition on people. on a pb.n rirnilar to tat itt 're' -pont! Acadtmy, .
as soon as practicable, would be short and occasion but little delay in the voyage .
use, and pursuing tile plain, old fashioned plan of teachingbuilding } passage of the boat. I As a part of the plan for the gradual im- I have to iennt{ the ftiiloiving Students wl.o tTiiiL

or good school houses, and employment of none but I of tho attention of this first in their respective classes and studif, and ,
The plan I propose i is for the canal to follow a straight course proicment thenavy,
sober, steady. and intclhignt persons asscliool masters, is, I from the mouth of the cutotf to the point in the \\einppo below Department has, for some year.?, been turned .I who are accordingly: entitled to the premiums lobe ,7 :
am persuaded after all, the best course.A (Li out about 8 miles from its mouth awarded to superior excellence. w,
the most, winding pa rt to the rearing of live oak, and to its preservation Lade
judicious revision of the laws regulating practice in our 1miles and 1S9 i its breadth Ofthe vonng
Its will be 11 yards ;
length the
when found
growing on public Miss SARAH E. HARRIS 2 Premiums. .
,
Courts of law and is highly I cannot on below -
equity, necessary. should be 45 feet at bottom, which should be G feet low
lands. About a of a century it Miss MART ANN EASTIN 1 . the and various imperfections quarter ago ,
this occasion attempt to specify numerous water mark in the Chippola, the banks of the canal to rise witha
estimated that the full of between Miss SRAHYILDER, 1 .
growth fo.
which the
and omissions in these laws, to experience slope! of GO degrees! elevation, making an an 'le at the bottom was .
of our courts, bar and suitors can attest. Theie are severalzneiiibers i which will give 50 f feet width to the surlaceand! openhg of90 four and five hundred acres of timber trees :Miss ELIZA ANN HCLL, i da.Miss : ..

or your body, possessing all the inlmnation, I can I IJJa'e feet at the top (thedeepestcutting. There should be two turnout was annually requisite to keep the Bntish navy ANN C. WooTEy, i d'0. .

in relation to this suhject, arid superior ability in judging places at equal distance from the ends of the canal aliI! each in its condition at that time ; and such is JACKSON "Ofthe Jf/r-fier ,. *. ,,
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of their Jetict and the proper remedies to be applidoaudwho other for Steam Boats. the rise in value, as well as scarcity, of good DAVID L. WuiT-: 2 'do.
will not, I am satisfied, suflerit to be overlooked. Tlie Locks be placed togethe- on the end of the canal materials in the of ; 2 "do.'l5..jLcFERPrsoy '1. "',
may high
Tile People, it is believed, expect at this session of the Council the They must be of capacity to receivj the building progress agricultural 1 do. h .
near Watappo. that the forests of
cultivation WILLLOI "
royal SMnat i do. _
!, some alteration in the present Territorial Judiciary System. Steam boats that navigate the waters of the Appala- ;
j -No little disatisfaction with the County Courts, has been ma- largest chicola. They be constructed timbers of the heart of England: preservcd for public purposes, have SAIti. C. IONGE, 1 do.

infested. No change in the judicial system of any government pine well bedded may in clay and plankcd.securely in the inside. sometimes been considered one great founda- Quiptv=:: '_ :icadcmvDec.. 24th 1831. -eIj .

should le made without strong and palpable reasons 'therefor. Estimate (jibe cost of the Canal. tion of her naval greatness. -------t :. '.4; E arc authorized to announce RDBF..tt'.f' ; .

I Those' who are in favor of the abolition of the County Courtditfer To excavating 1,557,431 cubic yards of earth,. . 8100, iTo The plantation of trees, commenced a few LAUil\8 as a candidate for,County ,rVeyor \.

however in relation to the measures which such act constructing of Locks,. . . . . . . _5.0CfCO since in Florida, was not deemed i>. for GaJsden County at the election in'Ftbrti-iry htjct. \ .
:would subsequently require. Some prefer, an extension of the To improving the cutoll'and YVctappo Crctk,. .. . .2OCt, >,00 years January al 1833._;_gOtf. ..
jurisdiction of Justices of the Peace to 100 dol.! and investing To, expense on account contingencies. . . O(4O,0OS proper subject of further attention by my immediate NOTICE.

the County Clerk, or a special o.Iicer, with the powers of Judge predecessor more however, i it fs be hired out on'Saturday, the 7th day o? -
of probate in each C ouutr. Oti.ere are in favor of reducingthe 136(24,3S presumed, from doubts about the lc 'alv; and WILL if fair, or otherwise Ahe next fair <

Jurisdiction of Justices to 20 dol.! and the .c taL1iiJUD>Jrt From the great extent and fertility of the lands on the Ap- necessity of tat particular measre5 than a- day thereafter, about seventy slaves.

(asa substitute far the County Court,) of a tribunal havii.-g palachicola River, and its main tributary streams: requiring the bout the utility.of careful attention to either January 3d 1332._201w ,

jurisdiction of all sums above 20 dol., and to 100 dol., or a extensive trade and a convenient port for commerce with of the growth or safety of our \\re\ oak generally THE Copartnership heretofore existing ard
greater amount if considered advisable. One Judge, it is pro- general markets for the staple products; and the bene.it a trading under the fire of ANDREWS $c BUTLER -
home market for the farming interest in general ; with I No expense m.resr.cc' to the plantationhas ,.
mutual
posedshould act in two or more Counties. He should receivea ready is this day dissolved by consent. .
the li ht constructing the canal which premises all yet been authorised oy me, except such claims the above .
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small fee in each case, to be taxed with the costs as his com- expense is ALL persons having against
He should be Judge of Probate, and required to tliese'advontap H, I am decidedly opinion that this Canal as seemed indispei'.si to secure the benefitsof concern are requested to present them forthwith

JioM penjUtion.! his Court once in every two or three months. The dutie. highly practicable and that it is of the first importance to the previous cxr'cn' tures." _. to A. C. BUTLER, who alone is duly authorized \

n
J to roads: paupers: county finance, and taxation, and \Visliing you the full success the enterprise merits, Appointcny.n:'oy thcprcsii.cnt by and with the advice firm are hereby notified to come forward and settle -

elections, which ought never to be allied to judicial duties, I remain respectfully, and cowent of the Senate the Hon. Thos. Randall to with him who alone i is authorized to receive

should} be placed with commissioners, chosen by the People of Your obedient Servant GEO., W. LONG.B. be Ji'jgc of the Middle District of Florida. debts due the firm. H. R. W. ANDREWS. .

the County There are many, who totally ditfer with me, on A. C. BUTLER. a :

this. sul.Wt.._. .fiir, wh.\p. iti.l.T-Viivi.s. I ,aa Imve V Treat resnecL. but Ths late arrivals represent England as being in avery Tallahassee, January 3d 1832. 2O4t71JCTIONSALE
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acting under my official obligation c.----, I cannot defer to their o- [ .] '' I agitated state. An alarming riot had taken placein '
Dec. 183!. .
HALL New-10rk,6th
pmions, thorough and settled conviction, that the abolition TAMMANY Bristol-Forty two houses were destroyed by the :
my tribunal would lIon. JOSEPH Tv WHITE, Delegate from Florida to Cor.g-rro Pal- BY CHARLES AUSTIN, Jtectvauer.. .. : ..
of the County Court, and the creation of such mob including the Custom House, Jails, Bishops i
under judicious regulations be highly beneficial, and I therefore ill Washington City ace &c. Se'ferallives losU The affairs of Belgium WILL 1 he sold, on Monday next to tlie bignest -
taken ir for cash all Household and Kitchen '
which have always the ray
St> The interest
feel bound to recommend such measure, but am not" at liberty, ,- which you represent is my'ap lugy pros-for I I have been arranged by the mediathig powers. furpit ie. ALSO Several 'wocen Clocks, jca.unfiniihed -:.J _.
ofthe
V perity Territory you ,
on this occasion to go into that detail it de.serves'rue Road Wa -bon, some Carpenters Tools,
act of Congress, January 21ct 1829, authorises the requesting your advice and assistance towards obtaining an Cily Elttti .-An election was held on Mondaylast &c. At my residence nearly opposite Brow 's TavWM. .*

alteration and arrangement of the election districts by. the act Incorporation from -Legislative. CounciJ; for myselfand ; for city officers-Leslie A.Thompson'Esq was elec-! cr1. N; WALLACE. ". ".. .-
and Council to as near as be an associates, to form.a company for-the purpose of introducing and Messrs Brown Hayward .TnD'11lrv31 l3Z. seiwf- : ...
Governor so as secure may of East the lected Intendant, Dory, -; '
into the Southern .extremity Florida! principal .
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quality of representation in each district" Whether it ,is not J be: domesticatedin Laudnraan, .S} ctTer,- 'Villiams, D. C. Wilson ILL he boild on 1fltLt8y J6tl. in.on the flU1 -J
oir duty to make such alteration at tins session, or whether the I tropical trees and plant* which may succesfully and Win Tillson Couucilmen. W lie fqlt.\Te in the Ci- 'f TALLAHASSEE j
Ili'putc: in regard L the Georgia boUndary line, renders it'pW- the United States, with 'private emolument, public. utilitv, or ai'oliejf'CTIOX, t. the ...Q f.'st bidder for p' :
I J leave ,to the both combined. His various communicatIons on'tile in the Treasury -. Cash a likely Mnhttn: ,\ oman about!8 years of r.??, ,.
per ? Postpone the matlCr, are queationLwIuicb. '' the Circular of We have printed a onsid.jfablc min-be of WasLcrmau 0' .
Ql'rJ8lon of the -Department, in obedience! to Treasury par She is Sn'e.r.e Jfet1t :Cr>cH 4 ainslresr: : >" "'
Council. UieGih.December 1827, \VJUeXhlblt the vegetables'- immediate this Vctk.to;: erwbU-Uu: JthfJ may'forward' rr thc+ i imUDC's Troneri/aiid Pldir'Ei'.KandFrencii! frr-. ;: ". -:
Tbe communicated ? "' } \ f J ,
Governor, as req'icstea rn Feb u'rv h'tt, 'iinrwrtar.cc-7a slight and iiuperiVct epitome of which appears *_ a-Jjubscribcra j; -)to.obtai-O jj.Jre'prbccedinj 1 of.the I Ir fec'ly tfnd a.very !obcrton'.aJ -.. .,. .' .
to th 'lJrel ctent r: the Unitei1SfitcB.iul:" J\ cUJ'cf .'I'f.h.- ,! th Trt: .' ;fhsll'i'cnp' shoe I :- r a. 3d'l532.t. -. ..Ie.i_ ; ,.t1. .- .
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'I fitjdj: ) ) cf tiuarynext, will Released l out to V .quests persons'havihg claims
l.e )I' t.:et.. Alii eelbrtj the Court Howdoor in thewnofQv'ii forwad immediklcly and pay their accounts, otherwise against. .

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cms made knai'noh the day.ARCHIBALD J Inxiny absence William. :V requested to'present them,to, k4dministrit9rs: ; ami: ,
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; .''''\ SMITH, Jr. > T _, Kerris authorized"to: receive: i id receipt'for tee-same ; i those\mdebted to the Estatejare.required to"come .forward -?, '
V V JOHN EDWARDS. J *u R Nov. 15th 133 ," 13tf ROBERT STURGES'.. -and settle'on en-before.the 21st December- neiL THE subscriber, at his nw store, comer of Jeffer ,
Quincy, December 1831. IStf :ARCHIBALD SMITH, 'Jr. ) > V and Monroe-streets, offers for 831e't the pub
i f' V Doctors' PARKEK&BKA1)) CHARLES H. DUPONT, > a lic in general, a handsome assortment of the following

E., S. ROBERTS,: &Co. HAVING associated themselves in the Practice JOHN( CAMPBELL. ) ? named articles at the most reduced price fbr("a viz:

4 .)' m? tender their *ervi.ccs Nov. 29, 1831, 158w. ;

MANUFACTURERS OF PLAIN TIN, & 1.0 the mhau1tal1tH oi.LtOll and the adJatcnt Counties, I 4 DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICK .DRY-GOODS.
4 in the various branches of their profession. Their : "-
V i JAPPAWED Office is where Mr. Towle formerly kept his fchop. All persons having any claims upon the estate Silks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black MADE and sold
,
of Thomas Sarcenet, Blue Green Pink and white Florences,
Tallahassee, Nov. 22d 1831, Htf. A. Peebles, dec'd., are required to present : vholesalenndRe.
'W4The them'on or before the 1st January 1833, or they will Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin Silk Velvet, Frederick by C. II

:: ANDwll1 at all times' have on hand be barred by statute ; and those indebted to the estate Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, SuperiorBlack concerned The above in the Patent with Dr Judkiiii. ***,

Ii are required to come forward and make payment, be- Lasting, Bolmct and thread Laces,Irish Linens, Ointment i is offered to the
P1blie.
gcner assortment, to supply country mer- fore the Sea Island Cotton Plain Jaco- paid and certain remedy for those .
1st of January next, or lecal steps will be taken Shirting, and figured obnlinaie, d t1 '
.; 'hant8 1c and 'o\'holesnle'dealean, on the most reana- to collect. STEPHEN S. PEEBLES, adm'rs. neett, Swiss and Book :Muslins, shawls, worked capes some of which have to lung baffled the skill of !
; tcrnv-nn have also just received by late arrinls soience.; .
J November 15th 1331. 138w and dr sses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams: Nankeens : V V -5''
V
from l\Cy: York, U general nssortment of Dry and Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furniture 1st White gwellingsof every description.

Domestic Goods, ready made clothing, men's and wo- g lllPdf Q1IAG Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and Cassinetts, 2d Sore Legs and Ulcerse-f long standing.
j i 1 n'8 .hoes 'flfl1h1 button RTWJT1S.. etC Cl J. AH OIT. 3d Schirrusor Glandular
JATV T A,_ white and Red Flannel, Negro cloths, Scotch and Russia Tamoars, partih1a.L
.. r; lucti uiey oner ior saie on tile'most'rct\sonnLle tenns -"- - --- sheetinjr, Osanbures', &r.&<'. those hardened tumours ill women'breast 1J'
"
1 for cash at their store No. 2 Jefferson-street. DESIROUS of relieving myself of f times terminate in ulcerated cancers. "hkb to

,11. Tallahassee, December GUi 1831. _16S" AUCTION.n my present situation, and anxious HARDWARE. 4th Felons, or wbut name people know by tit

: X: 7 lD ll llillNfJLtIJ lJ to close my affairs in Magnolia. The above of Catarrhs, of every descriptIon.. ....
WH.LUM L. HASKISS, with funiture fixtures A large and extensive assortment of Hardware, consisting 5th Rheumatic Pains
of the
premises the etc. is ofFered for joint.
V "lIE subscriber has just received will of Knives and Forkes! Pen Knives, Spoons, 6th Sprains and
for closing the late concern sale and great bargaiis, be given this propertyto Braisea of.every description
AGENT Scissors, Razors', Locks, Angers,Chisels,&c., whatever II
theTOKEN ATLANTIC SOUVENIR Affettions it would together situate. it
Haskins &co.:of will offer any oric.whose pirpose suit to take possession pail V
Gift, and the Pearl for 1831. The Token is for sale at Public Auction Magnolia, on the first of Jiarch next. with a complete assortment of carpenters PLANES.BOOTS&SHOES. 7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint.
on
fjrently; enlarged, and ornamented with twenty engravings MONDAY 16tn JANCAUT NEXT. HENRY THOMPSON. tient. in applying the Ointment, must keep tilt MV..
seventeen of which are c.n steel November 29th i83l. 15tm out of wafer V the 1'11&'
The entire stock in
trade and real toad
i estate, belonging V 8th
ALSO. C"lnCfrn. A PLANTATION :FOR SALE. A large assortment of JBalti- It is Chilblains also one, of or the parts best, affected by fro!t. V

I A subscribe offers for sale his valuable I more and KEW-YOKK made Scald It remedies for Bnrni aJ
variety of Novels and Miscellaneous works, a- THE plantation t eases the paiu and draws the fire
f pong: which arc the Kings Secret. Philip Augustus, CONSISTINGs of 800 acres of first rate land, a considerable m\fC i&vA WF W F1tD SnEl
j: life of Lord Fitzgerald, by Moore, Narrative oi>eawnl portionof which: is under improvement. It and ijumps, Ladies :.a Ul aud I'runell I For Inflamed Women's Breasts, and

History Poland, Buffon's N a'ural History etc. i is situated on tlv St. Augustine road, f five miles from Shoes.___Browns, &<'. Swellings, it w superior to any medicine Glandr.

A general assortment of school Boks and Rlalionary'VILLI and Domestic DRY-GoODI-CLOTtIlSG, Mens, Womenonml Tallahassee, aid fourteen from Magnolia. Gentle- 1 H.&TSAND CAPS:: the medical faculty. It is much afer than yet know... _

1 -V \M w i L.FO':. Jbildrens line and coarse SHOES, HATS- men desirous of settling in the country will find. it to applications (as it does not contain the rnerturial
; .alil.'s Dunslable and Leghorn BONNETS; SADDLES: their interest ixaminc the premises. A superior assortment oi the of any prepartion of that material smallest
Qll.1. lL B B- ,) because
I t BF.IDLES, V. mrs, HARnwACC, TOOLS, ft1HmUlensllsTir.ware : : Sept 21st 1831 5tf PETER HARRIS. most fashionable HATS & CAPS of not lay the patient }liable to injury from i it doe

; I ,'1..::._, fuji E d\\'cHino':_) liotcse and Groceries. Fitly Boxes 8 X 10, and 10 Xrjmmluv all descrip:ions. cold. exposure,

I ; u;: 1r). lately occupied by :i\rs. OWl.11 S : gbss, T-n eny Dczcn: bottles sjiirils Tur- NEWGOODS.JOSEPH This Ointment has cured sores of

V .: A&j 'n .\lfl:.-e-strcet, near Mr. Gar y's, and ptn.ino and Copal Varnith, Linseed Oil, and various I GROCERIES. ing. U'here a is impossible or imprudent Danyyeurw Italli.

.! PUSoclon: :: ginn inuuedia'ciy : f"r 'nns apply to.TUiUV'TTU. a.tides of |,aims ; an sortinent of Crockery: and' external sore, in consequence of the to heal tilt
BET'i ON.Talklmtseo : : ->-W.b'C fVUhi PO\.d-r, Lc'ul!, shot, two tons Bar LADD A large stock in all its FLOUR.Fifty cnri..us or rotten, it i'wiIL stop the bone hetomiac

I ; Dc"cml'er I31.V : 1-::' hvn ; stitl: ;"u'ds'oir! <. c.r.nini{ I'laistcr of Paris, in increase the quantity of' the discharge progress of es.

: l-nrn!s r'.ii.s. IV.iilnv.s:! a sett of Mill Irons ; ansurt1nnt at fensive tmell, and ease the pain. remove the'"
!.unguoliat .
1ri '_.)'rlC .- iie partnership. Iltrcl' a : \Vin.s"ri''' airs. It cures the worst Felons or
Whitlowon
V ,'JftCcxistin:; ber.vccn:: subscribers, \\.is (.h.>. V ALSO.A HAS recei\'et1lJy the schooner Da- Fifty Barrels superior new wheat flour. cation of 48 lIourz.ftheumatisms : an*?*.

l' i'hl.U this City &l,y mutual conMil, all persons iinl< U- lot or< Jou&o-hold! and :! \'. ebster, and sloop Splendid, a complete which have stood so long a to bccoto
M fur .. of Northern; Produce. Groceries nods. ALSO. a ttyptematic' disorder.
*> then professional services, are requested: \ s. ci; Dry-G etc requires medicine to be
:.aaKe an inuncuiuic settlemct of the sam('. Kitchen FURNIT RE:, con Ara.u;\\hidl UR Liverpool salt, mackerel, (N. E.) w&irdly to remove them entirely. But in most taktD a.
!
J JOSEPH WHITE.. siciuig;: of CHAINS TABLES Iluai, Irsii: pe uiiDes, seed oats, in socks! -3 splendid Sadlcry, Crockery and Glass Ware, ea.-es by applying! this Ointment externally as direct coma,
I t BENJAMIN F.COCPER.j iiJ.lowb' 'rIV Patent water- i it will give relief And .
p Ggs, grain measures, Tin ware Looking GlassesSalt Ready even in old people, wS
,
j Tallahassee, December Gth 1s3l.V IC-f i; SIDEBOARD, LtauhTEADs pl) lirgl: lot 01 tin ware, iron and steel Ploughs, pains! hate been of longer standing, it will

B. F. COOPER, will coimnue to practice at the Sophas, LOOKING GLASSES: etc. etc. l tCt R)e c.:in,w[FCS: coffee, Toba co of various kinds made clothing, stationary, &c. &c. p ain. ease die

: t j office: lately occupied by White and Cooper. llLld bltnth's Tods, with improved patent Vices, a JAMES M'MULLIN. To sea captains and masters: of vessels this

if 1 \LSO.- very oteiibiVcaf-sortment t of Hardware, English ?ndDcme&tic Tallahassee, November V 15th 1831. 13tf must he vary valuable in winter on our coast OIDtmqr it bei

t V J. G. & IT. HAItILEi'l One O\ Cart and Yok-j\ ol :Steers: Good:, a good assortment of Drugs, Medicine DJM( V1V1MUS VIVAMb'S." very certain in its effects on Chilblains; or parts affetS

( ne Dray and Horse, I'aints, 4<. Bottled cider ofv ery good quality, with frost likewise preserves i its qualities in aUdio
t hAVE just receueu by lute am v- One Turning Lathe Table salt in snull braes,- Raisins, bale rope, cotton SPREAD E % GL1TAVER1 ; mats

New-York. J1LSO.attached oaj.5rt-, Osnabnghs, hats, shoes,Bonnets, etc.-Also, A Uijre mass of testimony proving the ...lue01
y n ox-. nbive assortment of fancy goods and ready made most! excellent medicine will be shewn to those all
Ii IiI I I @\Uo tgbt{ fS Of 1LjUPJt dJV;.in;;. wish further information on applicalioo! to Dr Hoi wb

,2000 Pair Nc ro slioi-s and Hrcn to an* t funning apart: of the t <*.t II ofILi l\ja11r- lie luis two lOnerS which he calculates to run be- tons. Of to any nf his authorizeu agents.

" 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fuswins! divided into 0 t'\ecn this place atl New-York during tl.is season ; The above medicine sold by special appointment (
j o
4 500 Do. do. Wpllcn Cloth and Satinetts 326 Lot ui'l hiving: erected a new ware-house, is ready to take the patentee nod warranted ermine.E. .

,; 100 Do. do. Point Elaulvcts, Building s. cei(!ton on "storage, :and 1 liberal advances (,11 it, and to B })EHKIN DRCGCMT.

100 Do. Roc & Duffilc lo., V ALSO.A ; .trrhrisc to a larcame.unt.'ill pay a liberal price Tallahassee February 24th 183J, 57(

:! 20 Bales Domestic Sheetings &. Shirtings, &c. substnntilftar.icd Dvellinc; IIou.*, !>ituate thr.r.! ;" trriiksaiid skins. December 13th 1831 17tf

15 DcznVool Hats, on 32J; liy 38 feet front, lathed! and p1.l1slCred tl:>rou!;!h- 'ltESH GOODS. THE subscriber has taken that spacious and spit: To those afflicted with Corns.THE .
500 Pieces Stripe &. Plaid Domestics out the !lower brick tenement in Tallahassee 1
story, having five rooms upon ti!i lower lately occupied celebrated Albion Corn PJaszerardjs.1 ,
150 Do. Scotch aping r, ilor with . by Capt. John Downer which : i
1 : : piazza front. IthosairofKl ;'; Kitchen, having recently and at trw paIne time dissolves
I' -:::: ::::- with brick chimney in the rear,.and other convenient, 10) half Barrels Buckwheat: FLOUR, been refitted and furnished in the most complete manner tin* Corn oat h\ the roots without the leat and din.

:From New-Orleans; by the Schooner out houses. 20 Fly market FamilyBEEF, is now under the name of the CE TIF.CA?"E.--"TO those cfflcted; with pain.

I NATIVE V ALSO.A 5 Ie II :Beef TON GLES, SPREADER GLETAVERNOpen ] their 'feet, i do certify. that I have used lh ?Albion CornsOi Cora<
5 Kits sounds and Ton
ucs, Piaster with
i squared log Dwelling! House said for the of Travellers complete snccB.Hi Before! had
150 Bbls. WHISuEV, upon tract, with 10 Go..hcn BUTTLR, reception and Boarders.: used 011
Kegs box it
three rooms the floor.V This HOTEL completely cured a Corn which had
\' upon is situate on Monroe-etreet troubled..
door
50
Half do. oM do. V I 10 Boxes Fresh Bunch Raisins, next for I make B
V V 100 Bbls Superfine New Wheat FLOUR V ALS ) in Prunes. to C. C, &.R. "VV. Williams, in a position as nearly: OHIO''years. this public for the benefit
.
.. those afflicted: with that :
V V .... central to business and painful
100' Coil BALE A. population of the t
ROPE, TIle iramcei store said 8 London Brow n btout, City as complaint.WM.
occupied uy with
concern, could be .
100 I selected ; and is no less qualified for the SHAW
V, Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, the ground including two lots each 50 feet front on 10 Casks Cheese, of house purIKse Flushing I L. 1- Feb. .'),;.,."
a its -
V i public by size -
'4 10,000 Lbs. Middlings &Shoulders lUt'OJV; Broad-street, Magnolia, Ly 100 feet deep. 2 Boxes Pine Apple Cheese. : 'ious interior ample and commc- KICK,50 cents a box.
than
't 5 Hhds. Camased//.VJS arrangement, its convenient location.
Received per sloop Splendid, and for!sale by I
,1 50 Boxes&. Kegs best Rirlunond TOBACCO, ALSO. WILLIAM G. BURGESS. addition to these advantages, the undersigned Dr. Relte's, aromatic pills for female

20 Do, Porter and JI.E, V A framed House store l.ouv.1: and out houses, with Tallahassee. December 13th 1831. 17tf is determined to merit the patronage of the public, the
I They purify blood
: 1ft D..cwnCoils: &. \';)s. .1f.\f X, J i'1 !n :lois : 1:i 10U BAGS SHOT. iiy: iuO feet dcepcxtciidiugtlirouglito CustcmUouse-st NOTICE. unremittcd attention directed to the comfort and enjoyment the $pemed! operations of nature, and are a general!

.. -I- V .. .'fir's, "_ ?_ _ 1 :VV.l(; the property foiverlv cVnedby Mr. A. Martin HAVING administered on the es of his guests; and by the moderation and strict remedy{ tor the..revaiing The! complaint among ll: O b regularity cf his part tioc t"ty, Pill are
V a)MIl "'- '.;. _. ALSO. charges. particularly efficacn
Persons <'. Henry F. D. Peters, of Mad At: his table, will always be found the best in the teen LCkats4. Paipitation of the Heart.G..
iLL uava.g :\n.tini.-: V: l.iut the Estates:' which
Geor;; :a>\Vi'i.in: !: A. Jackson, I late of JackimCouMy Anuniivpnvfd lot of Laud 50 X 100 feet situate son County,claims deceased, I hereby said give notice to nil persons the! market and ajacent country afford, his bar will be si&ess Short Breath Sinking of the Spirits.Dejection,

V" : dv.c"iasf : present to me for Immediate payment or they will be barred b andies: will find the Pills .
the sar.u; :I> the uadersigncd' :: without delay for settle- ALSO. statute-all indebted to the ;y his stables, experienced and attentive Ostlers arc ))reided. tqr) IJy nsefuj, except i in en*, ai
persor.s estate \\ill Ijirrguar.cy: : ,
pleas WHEN THEY
And '
iijcu those indebted v MUST NOT BE TAKES
said Oo-na
to Estates ; :
/o arc requested A wan-house, situate upon \Vntcr-!trert : come forward and settle the same. noD-t the be taken :
fronting Lest by isof
to make illU .lio.te those, however, who visit Tallahassee, ) [n i.v) hectic or consumj.1
payment. the! river, with the lot which it Hands ALEX. WATSON Jr. Adm'r. may habits. .
,
..' 1LEASANT G. JACKSON upon and two should vicxv this public and notice PRICE 1 50 a T box.1tJ'The ,
V vnr.int lots adjC inin-Thc 28 C eler-street New-York flattering as a mere
the
,: ware-house is capable of or at Planters' Ho- formula prescribed --1.I.. O-
V V Surviving Administratr.>r. storing the bulk of 500 bales tel"Talhhas Florida for the by custom on such occasions. The
of
Cotton.
ensuing ten days. :: celebrated Comb,
I Webbville, Nov. 22, .183 J, 148w.storage Tllp.rwnnt'rl1.- wili. hro cr.1.1 ;..&\. "1...r.. _.1 ___. u. \ December 13'h 18:>1. proprietor respectfully invites them to call and judge i.tn Tw oth-Achepill! : *.wlcive
Thsu'ck'wilbeotTered- '" .n. \/IU\'C .lIcnuuneli. l7.- for themselves by actual experiment. immediate relief \\ithool the least icjurj to/fit

' and Commission 1iiic. entire, reserving a Lid, and REGULAR ;- November, 1831 12tf H. C. ASHTON.UTI Teeth. On trial this will he' found one of the I lid
F if not sold in that will be next offered in PACKET remedies; known
c1itEsubscriwriaserectcd: } : at St. Marks, at way lots Uj for thlS COlli.- Ol IIlL
V V JL venicntWrAHF AND STORE HOUSE] $ C'jflsui and t purchasers. TO 1J UE.-'rhe subscriber will I PRIC1:. 5> cenU-'rn--a box.

: 'f-.a receive and forward gods and produce, on rc. f.at ..-!!- crnumud Falc to commence at nine o'clock a. m. and to be NE'V. 1.1 take cotton in payment of debts due them, at the i (CTNone::: is genuine unless biened on the oofpriut.

is terms. TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. from day to-dav "ntil the whole shall be sold highest market prirc, or they will receive the same ,I d wrapper by the sole! proprietor '1'.KIDDIJ,

-VL= Marks, January 6h 1831. 20tf CONDITIONS. ORLEANS en storage or for shipping, All dangers of fire etc. at i immediate successor to the late Dr. \V. T CotWU.-:
: the risk of the owners. V : For sala at hi* Counting Room No.
(!t lrlt over 99 t'mH d.
I S1)tCJn"11, . . . .all sums under $50 Cash . IHE new and substantial schooner All persons having unsettled accounts at our store, near Concert Hall, Boston,and also i iy hw special .r .

ATTORNEY AT LAW. nbovc $50. .and under. .'.100.' .3 monthsnbovc . -. -. CORNELIA, Captain CHESTER, having excellent on Rocky Comfort, will oblige us by calling and set pointment, by E. B PERKINS DRUGGUT,
100. .". ..'. . tling them, either with Mr. Ginn, Magnolia Tallahassee, March 17, 1831., [
WILL Practice m the Courts of this Dirl'-f: and .200..6 months . accommodations, will run during the present or Mr. -... ( \o. 5.)
4
i' J.xcknon C;':uniy Vest Fl uida. his' Cil'c; above 200 .". .". .. 1000 12 months . season as a regular Packet, between Magnolia and I Burnet settle, al Rocky Comfort, no others being authorized

i ;. <-n J effe,son Street, OPP'S '.C that cf the lteisnr. above 1000..1\t J 12 and J a 13 months . New-Orleans. Goods will be taken on board, or lan to or liquidate the same. AUCTIONl ALES

t N. B. All instruniottb cf writing, will be draun Approved endorsed notes to bear interest after six ded at St. Marks, if required. The Captain, if sufficiently L.W. BURNET &co.
.! \\!ili the strictest, ruuntion to their lejal accurac. n.ru'hs.i at the rate of eight per tent per annum.. encouraged, intends to remain permanently in Magnolip, November 29th 1831.: 14tf IDlI
-Tallahassee: June 20, 1829. 3i.! Notts; to be made payable at the Bank Florida. this trade, and promises the utmost attention to busi- CL1'lJl\.1-Hul.JSE:::; MAGNOLIA, J .g L (; r 1 U ..'..L: E R.

: T1::Ingnolia, November, 29th 1931.AUCTION J. 1.5tds.' ness entrusted to his charge. For freight or passage, December 26th 1831 $ THE Subscriber will give his aitendanceat

NOTICE.'I apply to the Captain on board. SEALED proposials will be received until the 1st when SALES arc required to be made.-'

I IX weeks SALE. Magnolia, December 2Mi( 1831. 18tJuneTA day of February next, for white- ashing the Tower Public ucTIo.Apply at his Office East Sila
ailer uate application: will of the St. Mnrks' Light-Hou -fe>r placing two of the :Public Square, cr ac the Store of Messrs. Kerr
'I "be made to the Count) Cctirt of Guusdeu Cutui- WILL be sold at Public Auction, (!lJ J1 ia'. BUOYS in the Harbour, according to the plan which spar .Sturgcs. Dec. 2Gih 1831. 19!:!

', forlettersof Administr: \ii .n '.n th: estate *.f ?. Tuesday: 3d January next a valuable and LL Persons having: demands against the Estate may be seen at this office, and for altering and replacing -

V ; .aclJarrett_ ,_dec'd._ Df'l'tnl6th: 1831. 1 1.l W.N of John B. Jackscn, late of Jackson County deceased two Buoys, which broke from their Moorings. Any- NOTICE.-All persons haiq
V
-<: O'l lC.E. I srlectLIBRARY are hereby required to present the same to the further information which maybe desired, can be had against the estate of Robert Honad3
undersigned w ithont delay for settlement -and those at this office. JESSE H. dec'd.
: ; WILLIS, Collector. are required to present them d.:ly! auJcated
: V .C; IX weeks after date application I t. -nsistingof about two hundred and forty volumes, be- indebted to said Estate are required to make immediate iDlY within the time prescribed by law, or they] )

V *'y will be made to the Honorable j'mgingtothc estate of the late Benjamin Taylor.:_ parl cnt. SAMfEL M. JACKSON, Adm'r. be forever barred. Tbose indebied tp the estate a.1
Coumy L
>rr! t.i; The ;
"V V Jadsden. County for leave to Administer <-n the 1't-- md contains library was selected with great care by the dec'd., Webbville, Nov. j2, ]1831, 148w. I Notice. requested to make immediate payment.

Ute Archibald} Graham late of said Crunty dccel. many rare works. A considerable! por- %./AS taken up and committed to the TOM l';:.TlR: CHAIRS, Adi '.
: :tm r( consists ; V
TIIOlV:> B. G R A b AM. of of English editions-Gentlemen ileiirotis TAKE NOTICE. '' Jail of Gadsden County on the 4th Tallahassee, Dec-ml-er 27ili% JS3]. I* 1f'
Nov. 29, 1831 encreaslng their collections will have an day of tlus instant a Negro
___ l.-iJ-.v.; to do so with advantage.ALSO.. opfrluniLy PERSONS indebted William R. the name PHILIP, whosa.ys man he slave belongs by MARSHAL'S SALE.

'V! lViU\.J I\E\. GRi&iI. mules, are requested to bear in to Robert J. Hackley near Tallahassee, he WILL be sold at public out-cry CC

V V mind that their notes will become due on the 1st of 1; ...ay clad, partly in homespun, the is c Capitol Square, oniheidu'ay of Jaithefoilo.vin
owner Ile-
MONO the Sundry articles oru ouse-hold Feb-r" next. -
and Kitchen
i great vi of goods received in this furniture ry :
try
quested to come forward nt'ti., "tfrroes;
his- wit
.TEU.\-lS-All prove : tn -a NegrOVnamed
: ': LUity, this season; ar.i hich arc ofi'oed low for sums under ten dollars cash-on lar 1L V .jhii! therein Lc found, nt the new store of the subse.ujer (.J sums a credit of six months will be given; bond anu Ltl zc, ior C tton Gins, will recollect! that theii ROBERT FORBES children, TUCKER and JACK, two tipcrty

V I No. 3 Exchungx-strect, a chricc lot of fanry: wIth approved; security will be required.JOHN notes will become iue on the first of January next.- Dec. 27th 1831. Sheriff.lDtf.MARSHAL'S of Robert Secibrook, by virueof, levied aaattadissued on as ;pro'

Cioths; Cassimers, a pdrioi"hiclithey will meii.lon. TAYLOR, Adm'r. The above notes avcleft in the hands of the subscribers from the clerks office
Sale of the Court
,
to commence at 3 for collection and is desirable : SALE. Superior J
o'clock P. M. at the Office of t that prompt paymentshould Leon
: Super blue, crape FiiKaiied,Broad Cloths thl's'lhl'fll'cr, ca'.' JuJeof the Capitol Square. be made. (C. C. &. R. \V. WILLIAMS. By VIRTUE of a Writ of Fieri Facias to me di- C.UlHy, infavour. of Je.scpu"sold \\ Seabrotl; !.
by an cnicr of >i.
I S4 ;Court. Terms of sa'e:
do. Velvet CHARLES Tallahassee cted. I shall expose to sale for ... _. .
do. AUSTIN, Auctioneer.. December 6th 1831. 166w V cash to the__ hint I ._ yy. ---
f: yaVcntf.JiedWcst.: Ent111JLt.i: P.Kcudo.do. 1'allaha'.!. .iJ ce-, Tierunbcr 20th 1831. IS'.ds. est bidder bt-lore the door of the capitol in the n City n-o.of j.T.IUUHEO E. u. m. ior Marshal.
.i RANDOLPH
do. fine Olive ., AMERICAN on the third in ,
Monday
ti d.J flO'IEL.t January next all December
ft o. 27th 1831. 'I K.!S.
!V do Cinamon Pr,wn, AUCTION SALE. the right title claim and Interest of John Williams,
Bottle Urtcn to one sorrel horse, and one hundred and
do. < fifty bushels S'.I'OREA.GE.
'i Saxony blue do. DID IIZLIi qQ Ui1a Corn, six hundred weight of fudder, more or less

c V I L.tiidcrDrab, and Dove colored Cassimrrs, ..iUJ'1'IU.J.tEElt.lIInLI. l levied on to satisfy an execution which John Jennings IN addition to its old \wure-nou:; the

-; -- 'nrletvof silk Vcs-ings, (new patitrns.: ) recovered in Leon Superior Court-Sale within the has: recently erected a spacious bug

I : I ag handkerchiefs, Pungec: do. .9' .. be sold at Public Auction S"V hours prescribed iy law. t 80 by 20 feet, for receiving cotton and goexfcTLMOTHYMCAR1.
White V
a id fancy cravats, on the first Tuesday in T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal. : .

; V 4 io I) \,. do fine fashionuble: linen shirts, N.sonalpropcry RITCHIE belonging to the January estate of next the late, thc WM l.cr. : Dec. 27th 1831. By A. A. FISHER, D. M. St. Marks, December 27th 1831.MARSHAL'S -

Bosoms, consisting one Horse IDtds.
,
one Carryall SALE.
V Gcntlemcns silk k Merino! half hose Cart, and Harness. A lot of EXECUTORS SALE.
i. do CoLton;Jud Angola do THE: Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, N the 12th l B Y Virtue of three \vrit of Ve ,

t; silk and silk Velv. r locks, latest fashions. I A number of DRY-GOODS.Hogs Cows l the public generally! that he has rented the 0, day of January next, tioni Exponas issued fn.m the Clerks offia5uperie
and and
iu adeUtion to the Calven. large commodious building on the West side of the the succeeding days, until the
ove they offer a splendid assort- TERM .-All same shall l be 'r Court c'f Leon County Ishallexpoaon &
mm of Ready made Clothing manufactc m the la- larger sums, a credit sums of under ten dollars, cash-on all Capitol Square,formerly occupied as a tavern by John completed will be exposed to sale, at public Auction, the 30th day of January next,; 'on the C .plwl..
6ix months Downer. his
will be The at late residence
j.e-8t style, the work and given bond House having undergone in the County of b
materials of which they bearing interest from ; a thorough Jefferson, be are in the City of Tallahassee, to the
rant to J be war- date,with approved will repair, will be for the of Boarders tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. highest
V genuine -Consisting of super blue, black be required. security ready reception and M., and 4 o'clock for cash, the follow ing described tracts I land
*')!,'"n Cinamon Visitors on the 13th inst. P. M., the Perishable
and Olive .. _
I V Dress CoAts do Frocks Tallahassee December property belonging to the estate witthe North !half of secticn 20, 'VesthaJjef.
,
1 :oo: ,Pants, &c. Bilk Velvet Vests, Florentine: silk ditto, 20th 1831. 183w JOHN W. REAVES. of Abram J. Cabell, deceased-'Consisting of N. '. dr., and 'westhaif of S. '. Qr., ofse

/, !lena:!. and Manei.Ies, all of which they will sell LAST NOTICE Tallahassee, Nov. 18, J831. V and Household &Kitchen furniture, Ca.penters, Smiths, 21, T. 1, R2, N &.E, containing480 acres UJIC

V Jow for cash. R. B. &J. ,B. BULL in :FOR NEW ORLEANS. Plantation tools! Waggons, Carts, Mules, Oxen, Jess-Levitd on as! the property of Charles C. ,
;ioycmbcr "d, J83L THOSE arrearsfor City Taxes, are again car- : Cattle, Hogs, Corn, Fodder, &c. in favor of Philip Duval, Douglass Vass, and G
14tf requested to make payment on or before ri f JH1HE substantial and fast sailing chr. TERMS:-For all sums
I not
i exceeding fifty dollars Humphrey. Sak within the hours prescribedb1.
I ,
Wednesday: 17lh day August 1831. Execution : Cash ; for all sums 'J
JLPETER exceeding g50 and : J. for
l HUGHES
j ANTED: will issue the not over $100 a d. m.' .
on thereafter credit
: day for all Taxes that ; iF of three months-and
WCD rD UiA7IBmUU15T < due the City Tallahassee. are ', SW1JJI, Muter\ credit of six months. When for all sums over $100, a T. E. RANDOLPH, M I
WtlUg' '
creditis
n..ttri' JAMES' Will run as, ,a regular ,Packet between given Notes, or Dec27th
:and moral Ii&biTs V BRYAN Jn bonds with
R.B. 4.L B.B. August 19 V 1831.V City Marshal.. Magnolia and New Orleans: during ,the present'sea approved Endorsers, or Securities, will be 1831.Executor's
;: T Slid son. Freights required. JOHN G. GAMBLE ,Executor. -NOt1CC.V
V iYU'l'ICSix'W V or Passages be ,
eks'nn.e may secured
: ..41 application will!l be made: to the r date V' V UK. JOHN.1!. CIMIG, cation to Geo. A. Phelps, & Co. at New-Orleans on appli: or: Waukenah, Jefferson Co., Dec. '26th 1831, 19tds., 'A LL persons .having ,claims a
Honorable
't1 t! t Yunty Court for the County of Gadsden for letters the :R RESPECTFULLY his professional servi. Wm. G. Burgess, Magnolia. Dec.; 21, '1830. 18tf. W'E; are requested-,to announce Mr. JFJfl F .ll\.the estate! 'of Abram:) J. Cab U, laic.of )4,
;
of '
V ,'-'ministration on the estate of Daniel and Richard (' Si to the Citizens oftp .Am4..}. ; FOR SALE. 3D5 3 as a candidate for? Sheriit of County ere required to present them duly; .

AiushLurn! late of said cwntr. I Q : i and its VICINITY. his W'JVL J8 in V OkNE Copper Still Jefferson_ county at the next election 'auc 1831 Itf" cated within the time prescribed by law. ::':'
V .JebcrscII Street, next door to ''tIr complete, Copper Sugar Skim- are authorised l' be forever barre, AU'persol's iadebted-U
'KOBERT PERKINS lo '
WE announce
FORBES. : HF mus"and Ladles 0 of D. .UUB ;V
} Horse
pair Mill
01"C'1lbcr21th' Apothecary Establishment. Stones:, j are
!! J83Ji mm requested to make immediate '
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Candidate
suitable be ( i-Lau PJXt'llcnc -
It>4 w' Nov. 22. 'm to fixed to gins. BETTON& EMORY. tfUiQ tor the V ,
V Sheriffalty of Leou 1'HN'G. G
VV j4tf.[ Tallahassee, Jury 1 itt 1831 47tf County, at the election in February t.t.1
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: December 27, 1831
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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uhlis! ed every Tuesday Morning at -w .: +r

our, dollars in ad\'ancc-or Five in sh months THE ltmSSAGE

will bo discontinued unless at the option oft ., -

1'0 fAitor paper, 'kforc arrearages are paid. __ From tho Pn .tDz"r.O"TBZ U"IRD I ., ,
STJ.TQ
ill be inserted at se- .
Advertisements Conspicuously = __ e to both HOUses
? of
cents per square for the first ii erlion, and 4 r Congrew, at the1
jv.five
Scents for each subsequent continuance. All ad- --- "LAISSEZ'NOUS 'FA.IRE 1 ;- mencemeniof the First SessIon orthe c'r..

ruserocnts will be continued until forbid,unless other- ,r : ------------n-1- ___' __ ,ts.. .. :\ CongresS- 224 '{<

ordcretl. WlTlQ Wa r '
. nTh postage on all letters and communications to the j Ua tl.t:t m9 ml D mmuna s. Nn"tiJ'tr- : '; FELLOW..crmENS OP THE SENATE:
I
: Ljitor must be paid, or they will not receive atten- r --. -. -. .-, -. } USEOFREPREsENTATIVES
x. -_.
i OT1CE.-All I .. .1-t--- The :
I N persons indebted to 1t. represel n of the People has ,_
I' me are .O'rICE. "AN persons hag: : for thewentyaecond time been r JJOwed, "
raquested to come forward and make .i_, .E DORS for since the ConstitutiOn .
r to }e. or l\- r. WILLIAM taynent claims against the estate of John B. White dfd med has been in (orce. For the,
f .
MARR near-half
;EON ACADEMY agent, RS itismy intention to remove my legal ; late of St. Marks, Leon county, arerequiredto.pre.. ..L _. .< ._. .'*.!; *. or.r. ." chosen the Chief Ml\gistratcs who a.eeD\

is respectfully informed that the Leon from the Territory of Florida-ar.d all my prropcrty Bent them within the time prescribed by 1aw, or'1h. kIIAB just receired his .fa1upilrot made theIr annUAl ss&SfStttofffiSar2_ .
lIE public persons : will be state of
having the
forever
er
barred. nation
under the claims against me, will'plca -Those.indebted to the said Brig Florida- to its
r Academy is re-opeened, sui erinden- make them known I es andSconezWi1ham: thc
on tate .se
J are 0 COUIXUUniCatiOII
before requested to make from have .
or the 13th of immediate payment : Baltunore 'whicjjjnaddit'v been of the
The January : :
Mr. 121211 ,& JMEtflCSEaa next, or fore'nr moss
:; of after nature, gralifyiJ'lIf
m"h ppy
lute testifying
hold' their SILASS. TAFT stock an.advance in
will H11a1l\'red. pcace. JOHN Adm. very aU the
remain : }
of Tuitiun JEXI\INGS. St. of social mproTe lenttt
Marks and
,
tea November ,
Dec.
29th '
20th 1831. 1831. GP _
158W
,. By order of Board of Trustees, t DtJ frequently,
t
"
L. A. THOMPSON, Secretary. be grateful

Austtrt 17th 1831_ _ _ 52tf_ COTTONS 1 .CONB1STZG

.. .7f' ra&s abundantly. or extensively
GardenSEEDS '
resh Drugs, L' Blu e SMB1aCk Cloths CI1S3 C J.t s. wehadere ater reason ": rarely, X" >hM itablished

&c. BQ and poJ t Blanketsred' eD," h1te Faili 1 "; 'continued 'and .inaea.sing congratulate each. other on the

ensLon cking'sOoor cloth aize an?*, BaizeThshLin- country. prospeiity of our beloye4

JIB23j. LawnsLaceand Cambfrcjnsertionawnd Agncukure, the first
edg and
fl. B. PERKINS ins, Bobmnetts, Cambric JacconeUvBrown fJ9olknd of man, has most important occupation
. TREASURY DEPARTMENT: f Linen, and .Linen Cambric ma compensated the labors of the husband.
Harchiefs
nwithlenthu1
4 AS received by the late arrivals from l'tew.: York : & l. n1ttltu October, 1831. > and American Prints, Ginghams rodie Fan, xlo ilk n Our exteillwe crops of all the ried prQdocts,ot
(
a large supply of fresh Medicines co'mtry. blanufact.ures
and Baltimore, Crape,Popplin and have
1 WILL Baraige HariaKSfei in been
" 1700 of garden seed from H. lJRlJ:1J.8E iefani J ne I kidl the funds of taI -
'i pwardsof mpcrs THE House of and mandarine Dresses, plain profitable the capitalist find
ancra S investment
Representatives ffe IL
..andrcth-Also' Thermometers,Spirit and Syrup lin. Book muslins wus- and which give
by a resolution superior and subsistence
SochcrometPrsProuts Corn rub- THOUSAND the 4th of May, 18iK} directs Gloves Damaik. table cloths, a numerous and emptoyment.
patent Belt
:Jromctcrs the Ribbons indu.strious increasing
Secretary of the etc. etc. and dy or
Treasury to collect and fCextroUII
and much the commu
beautiful approved article for : With mechani
1 and nicate to the House a general assortments of rewarded The Laborer
ALES such Domestic i.
of Prune information and Goods by'f
Braids polishing for cleaning Cotton rejwrt his I Brown o-es in the
and
of corns paste Bleached of i construction
c square views on the shirting and internal or
JL same, as, in his> opinion S! sheetings, Bed ticks imROTement works
to Ttritftui* Jlr. Rosp, OrwiiffT. Flower, Citron, Boleh will be preferred, it. must be delivered in and may useful L et "hiclt are
and Cologrcs waters etc. etc. Expected good Bilging I important to Congress in enacting reg\vons for unprecedenUrl dity. Selenee utending'with
vender, by : .cvjlcr a'Jcdurtion will be the tin the is
of etc.READY steadily
Carpenters Oilof Canihandts.TnlUhasscc. ed. They havu/jWcnsive expect navigation steam boats or steam .cehsds with recrs.se. ;, rta.ture, and penetra-
, Milo houses
f'
diaclosing
$ r storing Cotton, a view to guard the MADE w hite the fretthijf tier secrets We
November 1st 1831. Ihf their charge is 23 <*ms Bale] for the against dangers arising from the free minds b .
per.
heason, and I bursting of their boi.ers.Such to the of subjecting the elementJ
if power
they become the purchasers of if CLOTHING. man, and ,
no charge will be making each
COUl'tl\IiddleDitrictLeonCo measure conquest new
were auxiliary
.lperior made. accordingly taken to his
'SEPU H. SEA ROOK, ) them, f They rshll.mcntuhcr will a:ike: advances tu New-Orleans on cotton stored with thought best calculated to obtain the requisite as infor were i A large and general ossonmuit, of Ready made whose speed is regularly increased coinfo,.and By our mails! -
whose
vs: Charleston or Bosun. New-York mation. But, although some highly interesting and Clothing- Bang Up Pantaloons, and Roundabouts, 'I arc:every year extended, the eomlhunication routes .
Cassinetts
.niWT SEABROOK.npHE Magnolia. ](.(u''wirSO h valuable communications have been received, the De and Bcaverteen or Everlasting ditto ditto j Intelligence and private bussiness is or pub-
--- .. : 1 31. IRlr.... partment has not succeeded in swans down vest, etc. uent and safe-the rendered free
collecting the fuels intercourse
; delendant and all others inter- NOTICE. I ficient to enable it to fulfil the directions of the hotu s\1f- etc.'w 1 hth it fornierlv required between distant cit iee.

Jested,,ill take notice that the above suit has been \ \ election -will be held on the first In consideration, therefore; of the difficulty of ob e. HAMDWRE. new effected in a few days ; nod weeks in the to accomplish, is

f&J tituted, and process of attachment issued. J. I tan inim; the requisite information railroads, and the construction of
in by with application
.ioiiday means
of
A. THOMPSON January, ai' the Market House, i in the any Knive and Fxjrks, Pocket and Pen have a steam
L. Att'y. for PI,ff. 1 .i..i',a&ce, for an Imefjiljint power of the Department, and of the deep in- Knives, Razors, reasonable prospect that the power, we
November 29th 1831. 1 Jr for the and ek'ht councilmen, terest which the community, and Spectacles, Curry Combs, Hinges,Stirrups etc. etc. country will be so much extreme parts of our
ensuing more
The especially approximated
year. polls will be nine isolated and
opened at those
those
Superior courti. >lid. District Leon Co. clock A. M, -Insptctois engaged is in steam navigation, have in the sat- BOOTS&SHOES.I cc3sibe! by the obstacles of Nature, rendered most
jcct, it thought best to make this public as to remove nn so aCe
application apprehension
[viLLIAMWYATT, CHARLES IHAIRE, to nil who solnetimes
be able and that. the entertained
may
are disposed great
DANIEL M'RAENY to promote Iii 10 Cases extent of the Union
: the beiiovolent object of the Ke&piution. Boots I ,. endanger its permanent existence. would
JOHN[ PEARC'E. \, JOIfN W. LEVINUS. Accidents snoesladiesitgentlenun'i If from the .
Tallahassee like those which it the desire superior shoes satisfactory
is the view
Der of .
mbcr ,
20th Ib31. or
p THE defendant, and all others inter- Ifl2w llouic to prevent, have, unfortunately, been so B U. Gentlemen's Baltimore made BOOTS, manufactures, and internal improvements our agriculture .

r will ttkcnotice that the above E-uitlu\s been'instituted 9jRJOJLW M'LEMORE. merous that many persons will have it in their power Ladies Brogans, etc.BATS. the state of our navipotiC\n and trade with, we turn to

and process of attachment issued.L. fl ESPECTFULLY informs the ci- to ties state the causes and circumstances of such casuali l less and between the States, we shall foreign Nations -
and these cause for scarcelyfin&
A. THOMPSON,Att'y. for Pl'ff.23th ( ._ ; collected from various parts of the gratulation. A .
No'rt'mhcr 1331. 156\T izens of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that he Union cannot fail to be highly useful. .a : has provided, for their exercise Provide nc
l has.located himself and
in thiscity. With a view to assist in giving that information I M ;. an extensive coast indented hy encouragement

; QUINCYA.C.t\DEillY. N. B. He hiay be found at his office in Town, or precise and explicit character, the following a rivers, inland seas, with a capacious bays noblo

-,,, ill IS Institution will be open for the reception of at Ci-uncv his residence a "fcw hundred yards distant, on the were prepared.It querrics A LARGE AID material for ship building country and productive of every -
road.
I 'npila! on the first Monday r f July next under 18Jm1Tl'iU'Jll is not intended, however, to confine it to the General assortment HATS, gainful commerce, and filled with every a population commodity f or

t 't' (jHTintcndenceof \1r ll. R. M'Chntock. .;. points presented to them, or to the form or communication : BROWN, BLACK, & WHITE[ These mtelligent, well informed, and fearless of active'

p A large and commodious edince is now nearly comIclcd t )N the fourteenth day of January next will be which they may seem to indicate. On the contrary WOOL do. Seal skin Cape Leather oth has advantages are not neglected; and an danger.-impulz

,:;, in the pleasant and healthy village of liuinry, leased out on the Capitol Square in the City of the Department will be happy to receive any fills! lately been given.to commercial enterprise which .
,
here, and in the vicinity of which I a.iaho&scc the information within the of the our ship-yards wIth
good boarding Scho IMS obtained in families. made communicated in such ges the arts and branches CDCOUra-
;ron respectable known on the day. manner as the writer be of industry

| la this Seminary, younj; men will be prepared f>r JOhN K: CAMPBELL, ) pleased to employ. may Best ., I Eels with them,crowds the wharves or our tithes connected with

,dmwson; into any college in the United States, or forIhp JOhN Y. GA1tEY.rus t cc S. It is desirable that communications on*this subject Madeira Cogniac and Port Brandy, Holland Gin,Jamaica spirits, i and covers the most distant. seas with ve.

study of any of the liberal professions. 10th Dec. 1831. 17t.l8. should be trnntmitted: by the first of December, or old Wine, in casks and bottles! ; Champaign : \a.ss.Let our can.
,
The fctrictest attention *ili be paid to the morals and]I :__. eaily as may be thereafter. Rye Whiskey, superior apple Vhegar, I \3 be gratefulfor these blessings to the
I L.A NU1'CE. Gunpowder, Imperial and Being who has beneficent
'manners of the and You. Hyson Ta conferred them
pupil, to prevent extravagant and LOUIS and g Loaf and who suffers
Lump i.
unnecessary expenditures, funds entrusted to the treasurer : CHARLES STONE, will practice in the Courts McLANE Crackers.Cheese ugar : Java and Havana Coffee, Raisins, indulge t" rcas.Jf13.hle hope of their continuance and us to

orthcpnnripal, trill! be strictly applied to the Jackson, \VashingtonandWalion. Secretary of the TrcasurInterrogitorie P. Sizars: with Best chewing Tobacco,common do., tcnion bc'prtierwd.while neglect not the means by'chich ex-
,
purposes, and within the limitations prescribed. ro'jTities m T,'rriuiryuf Florida. His office is 1: at ceries. a large and general assortment af Gro may future if we may dare to }judge of they HIe

Tlie princ'pal of the insutution:; is a gentleman of li- have faTCraFerity
beral education, and has acquired considerable expcjiwc \CI\tllw-r. ., 1 1Jj,_1.itf. 1 Are you acquainted with the nature and use of 10,000 Lbs. Middlings: & been to kr.nd:. KCd, .he has made our national east pror-

) and reputation in his profession. GEORGE S. HAWKLN'g Steam EnginesIn what employment have been our nfltiooal f,1rce on the preservation of our***"**-
1 he distinguished hialthincss you I on our federal
of the
village and the cngtjrcd IVcre union-nnd
i t. '1.,1H\F. you present, and in what capacity 10 Barrel .itJ.I our indi-
hxptinesi
cheapness of boarding, are among; the adv.int. awlrounscllorai LAtv Marianna at the burbling of PORK en tl'e maintenance
many steam boiler of
any Stntd
our
11l. Ii/ht
Wcs FIe ..J\, collapsing of a antI wiW
: : : ,
atFttrdcd Jinu-y'i'h I lS1. j\'ls.
'S by the location of thiMnstitution, and! th! 10ti flue ; 01 have you l been made acquainted bv other 20 Barrels Wie ljyg are prosperous at
:
MU
HERRING
frubtccs have every reasonable! assurance that the means, with the facts in & rented abroad iUis because
--JE such if we
N"J B any case 1 in uitcd are free.
rfiiractcr: of the institution will merit a liberal patn.n- rj.tHAS : what} case ? so 30 Barrels MACKERE I .we cfnt, industrious and obedient to the laWi"Whfl lt
ae from th I nut'I, we 1 11z
public."The ti In that I Ly the
case, trtis the water in the blessing of
boiler ,
recmtu t late arrivals fmn nbuv go oniti the Heaen
terms of Tuition in y t- \ \>rn. and QQ hapy :
the Cr..reu
Mathematics and Laxuaesarc 1- :: Orlcaii' guage cocks? If not, at what height -w-HISEE"r. brought w :un, nnd %%hith has
a general compared uz.h the
aitonncnt of I)
short
10 dollars with a : ,
ry- the lower period of
per quarter. cock? !ur l
w Ci g'Ul1ge from political existence
ib Hardware
In the ElIgli h department 2d class $6 25perqr. / Cutlery, Eat tt.l'r.. Oh'ha, and Glassware 3 If the boiler contained fine F1.OTJ1I a poplali If tJ1rc to thirteen
a what nulhons--frcma
the df-; thirteen
311-_ rlo- *T nrt t'U. .tuiv _. ,-tJroccrK-s -Iron.- xsaU"- raster's; 'tc, uc. fcrem-fi l>pfi *_>._- ,.*.-- .h"i..h-. "r -._ ..___ _was: J .J --._ Sf'rratc ccloniesto twemy.fourUnited Stab'irom .
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.ivjn. vi no -
Parable the end of the term, when the subscription f-r lllty-bitHJ. of tl ciawerguagecock": ? ujjper Slue lUlU mat 4;; nhs.] 8uoerior LOt-n WWtl'flat WWm a : marked in wtakn.s tIe to str"'n th-from a rank scarcely
t; 'tfirabnjer than Diiunily "cae of N Ilt
term What nj to
one quarter. was the weight a high'plnce in
Fine and extra sjp.-ri.ii,.*, lisa.:, and black Cloths per square inch on the safe- resrect.'this. the
Application for admi sioa I
: to be made to the Trc3Soam. ty valve 1had
inc and superfine JyiUim-ts, course saitincts, k r3'VS'Fusl | ALSO. lastadyante 1
5 the : ore that bM
JOHNATHA mns, and Cottr.nades, for Negro C lothmg,Poi'm, safety valve ever been found rusted or great degr,. from the resnlted, in II
in rrnciplfs which
ROBINSON Lond o! Duific, and Rose Blankets Thnnels sticking the aperture, or was it so at the time? Alabaster mintle urn&ments Bead Ba I ourinlereotrs with! foreizi have guicltd
C. H. DU PONT, Black C Had that of she.1 1 % Tortoise: Powers, since .
the
WAI. Lasting, plain it figured ,blue, imd l-Iack: Ilmnbazetls part boiler above the water ever tuck combs, carved and plain! ,Brazilian ditto s1.lncd o.n Er1: :! s ttUI1 Behave
NORWOOD been do. them
heated red heat an-tong and hence
to :
> Trustees. a tU
,
or : ,
thereto With annual
a large assortment.f Prints approaching ? a ":
ajid calicoes Plain an mt hidl
H. WiMlTBN I and 7 Was there assortment of thi Executive
incrustation Crockeryware renders
HENRY figured, Jaconets, Mull, Swiss, Minims, 4-1 end 6-4 any or sediment found at Stone-Ware Bridles country, of tl.r. JI1:1.r.Cl" iu Udl to tko
GEE. the that
bottom ,
of the and branch
boiler ,
Saddles
? of
If his
I Cambrics, Linen, ana Imitations Cambrics so what was its thickness et.. et. duties hitS bcel fufiHtd!
By order of the Board, I Irish Linens and composition 1 All the above goods will piOH. instructive and saluta.
be
Long Lawn, Irish, Table! and Russia, Diapers sold lov'for ry.
AS. A. DUNLAP, Secr'y. brown Linens 8 In what part was the boiler rent, and what was cash : and a difference made Thepai.znJ
wise
Ticklinglmr, Bear Ducks to those
bra O who cf
policy
19th 1831. >.nathe buy
to our Government
) and
39-ltwii l burg, Bobbmets Lace and appearance extent of the rent" Jit 11 again. us in n state (:1" kept
black
Edgings and colored neutrality
during the
REFERENCES. Gro>dcnapi ilkfc fl.lredtan.armes 9 If the bursting happenen to the boiler of a steam November 9th 1831. a.t iificrm tt'bds since wars that have.
,
TTIOS. Su.-! SarStnlt> und Bamusta, boat, was the boat under way, or at rest ? Was thevalve I ._. ____r_ 12fIU5W carrie.s. nil. I.,. .....!.,._T)._ our.politj .nI existence. b tD
ANDAL, Jelfcr5.ol1 County. Law, and Levantine silks, blue, white, --' j c.1" nm(1:: but this
I open ? If so, how before poJicy, while it
Wil. NUTALL pink, and Florences long the accident ? STORE gave aCily lld
Leon. ] green, ) a great v irif ty of Ribbons Was it extent to our Commerce
PETER W. GAUTIEK Canton, Italian and French opened by the engineer, or by pressure ? ia the SVII' pr exposed it
Jackson. Crapes, Imitations, and 10 I Was the IN kttifl to injllries [rent the
. Or to U.e TtUST EES. GaJ,.i len munty.CHEAPER Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Crape, Poplin, Manor lower ? piston going at its usual speed, or faster, TALLAHASSEE. n.HiC'DIlcil: have arscn claims of indemniLy belligerent for
darine, bilk, and Thibet drcssShawls 1"HE Subscriber has taken the house thtE: juries. In.rtnd.
silk
Frarl'f'
flasr and next door
11 Had the to Spain
firemen found Sr.e Holland
1'H.fJ unusual Li. L. & M. It
.rJ Jl. Baudanno any dificulty ARM1STEAD DcitrttrJ.
Handkerchiefs, fancy cravats, cassimcre 4- CO. and ia i Nrinc! and
keeping up the motion of the engine to the u.large and general opening all, inaVeatiirori lately Portugal, had
TiYLOl AXI and silk sha. ls, Patent Thread, spool cotton, and cot : previously nssort11 ent ofGROCERIES less degree, mfrnS
KLEIN burbling of the boiler
? ri our neutral
arid if ht .
how
ton balls, Tapes Pins Needles 4,0, long before 1 ? DenariU for
,< reptratbn
BEt leave to invite the attention c. 12J the iron toilers used in the They have h..11 were made u1on all.
of I 3-4 aud 4-4 bleached and brown shirtings,and sheet. western waters in aU, and ct1l1tinne to have

;. (customer arid the public in general, to ings, striped plaid Domrstics, bed ticks etc. etc. generally bottom 1 accumulate If a calcareous incrustation at the LIQUORS, & case s, Leading illfluence In the nature of our relatioWt In some
have
their so, or what been used wit h the! Power.son
presentbtuck of (Ids, they deem! suptrtlous to : any means Vllom they
DRY-GOODS.
were made
tnu'ncxate very article, wIth whidt thorn shtlvta HATS &C. with succes, to prevent it ? Of the claims upon Ent'Jnnd it
is
crowdednd are 13 Is it observed that when there is sediment among which are the speak, further unnecessary to
therefore merely runark that a or following articles, 2 than to ; that
they have Mens'and Wool Fur and Beaver Hats incrustation on the bottcm Double refined Loaf. which say the states of things to
tow on hand a superior assurimcnt of I Boys chil- of the boiler, it requires Havenna superior Wliite. their Pl'lSt.'ution and denial
goods, which : dre ns' red Morocco Hats and LEather more f.re than usual raise clean New gave rise has been
they M.ii sdl chcaptrtlian nr for cash Caps. to the steam ; and how often Very Orleans ditto Brown .-Sugar. succceded by arruigemezits,
cotton productive
or i of
proved) credit. There avwrtment consists of the fol api MEIOKSSADDLES is the sediment removed, and by what means 1 Coffee, Havana Green, first qUality.I fl'clit1g' and umirable relations between the mutual good

lowing 14 Are any means used for preventing incrustation tr.cs, wh.ith: it is two coun- _
descriptions Viz hoped will
Young
I Hyson be
Imperial and Pouchong not interrupted.
&C. the bottom On
on of boilers j and if so, what effect has or those
Dry-Goods of all kinds, Hardware iSc i been observed ? :FRESH TEAS. tra de, nrrnngt'melltsis'thatrclating was to the Colonial

Mens'and Boys coan Brogans, and shoes, mens' 15 Ilavtt been session contnlun ted to C-ongress at the last
Cutlery means and
Glasses any employed to
steam ;
Looking d bo shoes Ladies Leather prove I (Ajax Cargo.) although the short period
Shoe 1LTh& Ladies brogan boots and boilers before th.y are used or afterwards, and what it has been force will during which

Saddles etc. A great -.irn-ty: es, Seal-skin,Morocco, and Prunella shoes 17 pressure has usually been applied to irron of given t Flour, Bacon, Mess Pork, in halfbarrcls.1 r of its not enable me to form an accurate

of China Glass and childrcns' Lf-ather, and Morocco shoes : an assortment thickness 1 Are the proofs made when the iron is cold I Mackerel No.?. in whole and quarter do. believe that it will operation, there is every resort tCJ

Earthen-Ware of mens.' common and fine saddles,bridles, martingals, or hot ? Mess do. very fine, in quarter do. thereby authorized prove has highly beneficial. The tradJ

RCERIES&C I gr' tki. eirsinsU's' sole Leathi-r,etc. etc. 16 Is there any instrument cmployen to ascertain Fresh Fresh Leaf Lard, Goshen Butter,Goshen cheese. last, upwards of 30,000 employed tons, to of the 30th September

HARDWARE the temperature of the boiler above the water, or of the Charleston Rice Codfish, scotch Herrings, 15,TOO American

tin1eslUa "'(:f whlch-wi11 81(1 according to the steam in the upper part of the boiler ? If so, what Sperm Candles, winter strained Sperm Oil, and, in SSaSSPSSSaSKlUiCO. ;

f the extreme low price of cotton, etc. CUTLERY AC. is it ? Sweet Oil, New York dried Beef rican, 20,000 .
.g'Marks.. Dc'cu\bcr: l Liverpool fine blown Salt only or foreign tonnage. Advantages ,
hjSli. 17fNOTICE. 17 What means are used to the fire from for table use. too, have
Knives, and Forks, Pen, and Pocket knives,Lathing prevent Richmond first resulted to our agricultural interests
and shingling hatchets, fchovcls and spades, Carolina the fire place and flue from extending to the boat 1 and quality chewing Tobacco, from the state or the trade between Canada
Spanish half and
Spanish
our
A LL grubbing and hoes cast steel club IS Have you ever seen steam boilers heated to a Segars. Territories and States
na in cla.tijis rice, garden and Fresh bordering the
jxrrions c the Estate of bunch Raisins on 81. Lawrence
4 against read heat on the side 1 If is such Figs, Prunes, Almonds. and the Laks, which
WiiloughbyVhitchurst late of Leon County broad axes, Reap Hooks, steelyard.L., ButtHouk upper so, a temperature with a variety of others may prove more than equivalent
Ceased regarded us a cause of the boiler 7 comprising every article Lathe I. the loss sustained
are required to present them duly authen and Eye Hinges, woodscrews, hand, tenant, crosscut exploding by the discrimination made to fa.
nted within} the time pre&cribjedby I law or they wit I.Je and mill saws, hand, pitt, mill-saw, and blacksmitlia I 19 Have any means been used, in the constructionof GROCERY LINE. vor In the trade of the Northe, colonies with the Weu ..
.
wevcr barred. files caststcel knives of blacksmiths boilers or fire places, to prevent the heating of the .
All
persons indebted to the estate: are drawing set; carpenters AIL D Foreign and Domestic '
ttquesttd make payment.PALATIAH ( coopers,and shoe makers tools, etc. etc. upper 20 How part ofthe boiler 1 Ifso, what ore they 1 Cvenuine Holland Gin as imported Liquors, do. or After an our transition from the state of colonies to tha.l ;

No,. 22, 1831.: WHITEHURST AdmV.148t A great variety ofEi.ttTIIEN. at what distance many was persons each were from scalded the boiler by?steam At what and Jamaica Genuine Spirits Bordeaux New Brandy, do. do.country com.. do. necessary Independent to be settled nation between, many us and points Great were BriWn.fonne, !:

h distance from the boiler was the steam supposed to be England Rum, Among thc was the demarcation
:; -
Old of
J i. \V cstcott, Jr. & J. P. Booth, ( illtf ot enough to scald 1Vas the current of steam from: rectified Monongahela whiskey, common do. described with sufficient precision in boundAries the to. !

UTAVE formed Law partnership in Florida. The AIDGLASUs I rent in the boiler instantaneous: or did it continue SyjlHTCBSaiaScicily Malaga do. Claret ditto.Madeira on draft & in bottles. P Some of the lines 1at divide the States Treaty and,of I

*_* residence of the former is in 1 dllahas ue, and I of or some time, and how long ? What number of pe rO ld 4th proof Cogniac 6 Territories of the United States from the British Pro..
Brandy, old in
:. ? atter at West Point Appalacliiwla Bay. were wounded by the parts of the boiler or machinery and a large years bottles, vinccs have been definitive fixed. That however J
assortment of HATS ,
.e31 entrusted to them in any of the eonrts of El BtIda STEEL, &c. #c. which were driven off by the explosion, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Shoes ,.CAPS. BOOTS, 'Which separates us from the Provinces or Canada: and, I
Ready made New.
what Brunswick
theadjoining Counties of Alabama 1-4 to 8 Inch flat bar American position diJ each of such persons occupy in the clothing, the North and the East :
Georgia will English, Russia, & boat ? consisting partly of Superfine Cloth Coats, assorted dispute when I ,was stiU I ,
.. Cti'yattendedto. 1831. Sweeds Iron round and bar iron sizes and colours. came into ofiice. But I found
Au.3d, 50tf t square ,hoop and sheet 21 Have AngolaFrock ditto a fine article for rnents mnde for its arrange-
Iron, German and Blistered steel, 4, 5,6, 8, 10, 12, 20, for you ever observed the piston to move :irregularly Summer wear, youths and boys coatees 'and round-a control. The settlement, over which I. had no
Just Received 30, and 40 Nails brads a few minutes, or for a few strokes alternately bouts cloth commis.sioners who had been
) ,dry cut cut and wrought Nails cashmere and satinet under the appointed
Pots, Bake.Puns skillets kettles faster or slower than its usual speed, without 8eilles and Valencia PantaloonS Man- : provIsions of the Treaty Ghent Mvin
.1 Spiders, tea frying Vest& A few s'Irish been unable g
PSjSMK>nerM1LO, from Baltimore, and for sale, perceiving any..change in the resistance to the paddles, fine black Ostrich to agTeee, a convention \1'ai mad WIth
1600 bushels of CORN or any other obvious cause for such irregularity and, Fcathcrs-Gilpi&zsuperiorhoeipre- Great. Britain by my immediate
; s ed Qta predecessor office
&c.GROCERIES. postPaper.-One box in. ,
: 100 if sohow it of elegant French Han with the advice
Bbla S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, was Recounted for 1 ing Paper, of the latest and : and consent of the Senate, ywhic
15 22 To what most approved i was agreed "that
do MACKEREL, immediate cause have you attributedthe Knaps and Stubbs' patterns; the points of difference.Kich haTe
\ 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehana,) Jamaica, N. E., and N. Orleans Rum, country, and bursting of the steam boilers, which have come of,other articles Japan Paste Blacking,and a variety arisen in the settlement of the boundary line t..een
W SACKSSALT Holland Gin, Wl l key,Malaga,Clarctt, and (S. ) within your knowledge not necessary to mention-all of which the American and British dominions
Itch will be sold low as described
I WO Lbs,BACON HAMS(superior) Wine, Porter, Cider, in Boxes of one dozen 23. Arc there any other facts within your knowledge for Cash or approved paper.. the 5th article of the Treaty of Ghent.shall be'refer D

&11y ersons wjshjn* to purchase the corn, can have Powder,hot, Lead, Teas,Coffee,Loaf Sugar,Tobacco in relation to this subject, which appears to be ;JCJ Cotton Hides JAMES C. ECCLES. red as therein provided, to some friendly Sonreigc f

...'- .'t until the first ofjanuary by giving a bond with] Sears, bait, Grindstones, cotton Bagging, Bale important in the present inquiry If so, please to Skins, and all country produce or State, who aball be invited investigate andm ;
purchased at tho ao
Rope, Bagging Twine Pepper them. *" highest market price. a decision I
; -' Alspice, Copperas state n5-6w April 23 1831. t upon such points of difference. 'And the
TLIOflWM'CART'tf Drugs and Wedicines etc.etc. 3612m. King of the
etc. Netherlands
i J is'i 1 having by the
'm,1h With a great variety lof other goods which will I be lieutal S UCV!. -. and His Britannic Majesty, been; aegnat; late President such

IANHA ;: sold low, whole sale or retail for cash cotton other DR.MILLER:SURGEON El.EareauthorisedtoannounceGEOftGEFiS friendly Sovereign u
l'lbhe HOTEL or !>ENTIST 'TV ER. J/..u a candidate for the itbec e my duty to carry, with
'i Entertainment Marianna country produce. He earnestly requests all persons L'eon county at the election in February SherifaltyLf good faith, the agreement so made into full effect. To
19n ,at by indebted to him by note, account or otherwise,to call RESPECTFULLY advises the thia end caused all the measures'to be taken which

: APl -.e eo)nr e1' Dfek and pay the same, as soon, as convenient. He also and the WE are requested. to /announce Mr. JAMES 'Went necessary .- a full exposition of our ase.to Um

.f;. Ary 17 1t31. ti t. has on hand for sale, a quantity of BLOUNTS best contiguous settlements, that he has resolved at: the request as a candidate for Sheriff of Jefferson Sovereign Atbiter; and nominated as Minister PIeni.

'} steel saw cotton Gins assorted sizes. of friends to visit twice a year, this City,with county" at the next election aug 84th 1831 Itf potentiary to his court a distinguished ,citizen of the t

'ORALE. Magnplia, November29th lS3L I5tf a view of practicing his profession,-thereby conferingupon "* rT R are requested to announce Mr. JUUU J tatt most interested .in the question. and wbo,bad, .

j:1j90 them the advantages of a resident Dentist and 'TT: 'SDoQ(9D( ( S as a candidate for .Sheriff of b ODe or tho t.
Bushels FOR SALE.
. of first rate Seas more effectually enabling himself sustain the character 'Jeflerton county at the nut election aug: 1831 ItfMTE the controvefsy On&olOth day 2anuaryIaat .

1 --4..L. BnmA1 Cotton Secd shipped from Edisto ONECop erStillcomplete, Copper Sutar Skim- and utility of his operations Previous notice will are authorised to. announce Bil Ma jeaty the King or the Netherland de1iveJ'e4.ta,

>. .f. Carolina, in January last. Apply to, Ladles, 10 pair of Horae Mill 8t)flt5 be given. Once, however, each vearf his visits win y. mm 11' ctn ua Candidate.Am1 AePlenl nUarieaoftheUnit dS and offeal

"t.U&Ia KERR &STURGESee SuitAble to be fixed to gins. BE'I'TON 4 EMORY.Ta.lYh be made daring the session of Uw tcgislatiVa Snenfialty? of Loa Cfratty, at the election in Feb-for tbe Britain I written opinion .UiacWS: i::_

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ill K, : ants well Stales, as ttie individual- of'iho'inihij had the lior.or to rcC6mmcml lie adoption ot'a cAtJ'rfON.
t
-* several ( vessels com are tipping as upon '
fleet o our towards -
that its captnriJ that winch prevaded
TiTe Covf rTTmnrwuK tlc perfect 'ronr.Jpr.ce gnee demanded composed. uiore liberal policy, than I
are
'b -"-wisdom will adopt such measure :us" !U-ecure anmuablo ted other exceaje. ,. for which reparation was an armed *. 1 have wtUittCtioa in making this statement of unfortuua'te debtors to theUuvt rumen t ; ALL Wr perow rcy
of gieat
the despatching V
and 1 point or rcceje
; settlement of the ct.ntn 'tTyi Mates"i.liout iminctUatrly infringing force; to preTeot was oa ny rrcorrecce of a simitar tiolerce our affair*, because the course of oar national policy enabei&todo and I deem it my duty again to invite your attention I C(1115Jfl dec'd. to the subrcnier of i'a haxj, git1 h7 p
the of .
any constitutional right ol and protect oijf citizens io the prosecution of Uwir law it without any indiscreet exposure to tliis subject. I Cthz day t f Pcceirber 1S28 TCVI

iiiicrc.stu
It alR ru me s vtisfaclion direction to inform the cnn(V-nrrc U .ilfaira lied, inadTe the Bailing of the Khi[>*nnnece* iry. Smce People; Having none bat a sttai ht-forxrard open will last session passed an act for the relief ol certain either, twelve! and a half or tiftc w jI

lions, ifiadc by my to tins Governmcni, liaxctnd that period frequent prwnlfeshavftbceiiuiadt. that full COD.IM to pnr* e-guided b) single principle that insolvent debtors of the United States : but the I ot Corn, indorsed t't the back r.f -
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6f his Bnianuic Majesty, to inflicted and bear the light-we have happily no political paid
be for the injuries strongest been deemed such in the winter .
of intleraBiity.'snaU given or of
t'wnl ieztc certain of that law have not !pni,2 129 the
,
dtMred effect in provisions
their producin-r aliauee: entangle n*, complicated aj
has combinations to torm,
who I nvprh nl for set- the lowenstaiced.. "In tlw performance. to that relief to this unfortunate principal) <.J ja-ilnoJe! i is 3-1 20.]CO.
Ameri.'anriij-t is were consult and in subjecting all we were adequate
hat I btve the interests to ; aj5
'unavoidable delay
State of .% aiieat ftpluv been son perhaps ; which be solely Heft tlie alme note jib the hand's
liii the nuthoriiy of the of citizen and to class of leliour citzvns may
; up that, this basi- have done to the consideration our our ,
fullest cotfflfcnce.lhat niyarne'tde'iro laat!
m the di ?mtu1 territory uii points
: KP m this, and the ness rnaya4cnce be ctose'd.! tvhieh out Minister has the inspection of the we give no advantage extended to cannot Laid!, and! that itma-t beIwcrmis
: lusli, .& .icMajtMy. be othei nations and lay ourselves to no injury. l defective will be particularly communicated
the tto-ire of the local been instracted strongly to"express, .vil1ery soon open apjM-ars to >c has no recollection of what has J-ccome
asturanccsl hac received ot for this from It be to add that, to this of the Treasury ; of it_
of 'olfisiIfl, 1 have the gratified/JTli the heller ground hope may not improper preserve I by the Secretary I therttore 1'rewarn all

authorities that lo avoid any.J undirstanding cause ( '.'IIII Kept upuutil thefiWnce of a'friendly disposition-which Govcrumcnkhas "etate'of tbigs: and rise confidence to the world in the and I take [pleasure! in i ecoinmentling such an extension ing said note, as I hvc ncTcr Iersns tfldorscd j; it
.be>t hoi.cs a gc all consular and diplomatic ,a
the our
actual redaction in of ounlesi n- ,
tliewo duty integrity will unletter the enterprise
confirmed the final dijks1.'fl of the by an of its provisions as ce Ttl jaynitnt in full, t'r princical
it is by !OSe. of Southern States, unthori- agents are strictly enjoined to examine cll even cause and! an4. j -
on ri< produce our of a valuable portion of our citizens, IC- from Thomas E. Earkrfare! ESnr. Adxnjj.
UiJCCt. winch suWt between zing ||bticipation that this important article of our of complaint preferred hv ourcitizen : and, vlilthi.y j usefulness to themselves the estate of said !
of !
The ami iMe relations now beAdinitlecl the 3inC footing with with caine>tne.s tlids e that are x\el! founded tore to them! the means | PauCousonv dec'd.,
the United states and fiica Britain, tlc: icrvamjrinicrcourxlitfiwttn expo I1soon favored on nation. utge, lo coo.itenance proper nouejhat are unreasonable or nnjnst, and! tbe community. While! deliberating upon pcrsMi have i it in there possession, aret.khivcritupto'I'
the most -
and the rapid obliicraum that p&dMfed bj
their ci.izuls ; E. Black! hare
iwnch Jornirr c- Witl/thj other PcAvVrs of Curope. we have fortunately and to enjoin rn our merrhants and navigators the stricter this subject, I\votild also recommend to your consideration Ejor. or

of unitundly prcjudict-s i vents naturally gave rise con.urm to {.rrcii coiiihut! in iheir lhat 1 due either to Magnolia, .\Qvrnbcr th I31.S .
.touvn to povi.le aminst Wjitfi the.Empire' the Russia our j olit5calcbmiexionls refiirt, and a course of iJeaiiig fur enforcing the payment t.f debts,

fit period die for recurrence renewing of: our CAUSC cr.* o! irntawn', "Inch, ? of the moft friendly, and our commercial. may suppurt ihe character of our nation, and render us the public! or to individuals: suing in the courts ot j

of betnc.-n Gn--.t Britain jnd any of tli raost liberal kind \\ e enjy the ads antige3 ofnavigat'n respected abroad. the L'niteu State*, as to restrict the imprisonment
in the event war and tradai.piven to the most favoied na'.ion! ; Connected withthi subject. I nm! Tr.mn-.eniJ re
would i :eiiMMyci Jai.j.r our JK.ACC. i of the, to cases of friudul! : concejlmentiifproderty. AD
other Towti, omni.iut i havc person BLEIIy
Animated the yiuocro; Joiu. t" a\oid sn 1 a slate but it liar dotyet #uWed 1It'ir}: pohcy,