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 Material Information
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: January 31, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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dollars r\"llIl-e d l.oontlnucd unlss at the option of :t pT..
.:,. bcf"rc arrcaratf'& are paid.ibr11 .- an4 eQ : Il.t g 1I e/ w.. Sut
nsertcd at se.fi"t"
J'qr tnents wilt he onspicuously ; and .', .L/ of theriptera were arrested.">tl& "clhera .
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\, .. c-crttS}JeT uare for the coninuaflC..first All adnt "LAISS Z OUS. Ji'fjJ..r ;.. I K citrtaagr.: t-iaiperetwk'and threaten .to"; ;
(fl ) fir "arh sjbseqwnt unless other- -- r T -L nusclu i i tbidayt' l:1t be Police .
until forbid, -r-i- -i ar* .tigi
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'J.\IL m.i.gSJ ,'qJJlmrtJlm'1' 'has yet been'attempted. '
CTtL OOi 1 nothing <-: :

'T' ...Jcru1.,}('t.on aU letters and commumcaulns rccciTC to attenji theft -- -- ---- -- II u!I- -r' # ., ,. .. .A SJjfepk0 battery f artillery was :8
\nust be paid, or they will not In the Superior Court for the Mid d lee Districtof ye.MterJajfrom-the.citadel towards- live rr
.
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Florida, Leon County; October Anno Domini IST1tAYSJAME Jo N< tiers.Wfirussefe -paper'Nov.., .
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tll'-' 1831. into he cud ,sill (if the Briber. on the H \.h'iltst .received by late arrivalifrem" TUIAST OF' THE ':

ZACHARIAH JERKINS, of December last a srrc' Horse about '(our- PIPE ._\Y heW0rId'aoflder
AcADEMY o several'
)] airainst ( In chancery.: teen and a "half hands hi- h. His l"tt hhid foot'; : i> Y.ork. > (' : t ed

? 'fullY ziif tiJ MARTHA JERKINS. } x\hitc. Has a small white streak in his (oreh .- during his wanderings; wf .
I 'pC"f'lwcl, 11I1"r 'lIt' s' t rlllllpnOII.rt1' Sii'jx,scd to be about twelve old was' are uofe to close
H'- It yrars ; appraised rawing a ; having 'in
j. tc.tiet.nv IDa.A UF..h Thc appearing-] return of ti-.p Marshal, and by at The 2000 Pair Negro shoes and brogans : ::
Jl S30. is to forward
come
owner requested
1II2 couratof three
)Ir. affidavit filed, that Martha Jerkins does not reside 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fustains years, travelled a'I!) 'o'ycr -
1\i1l1l1:1lcn.'ll. and take him ,
"t.1 t prove property, pay charges away.
:jesL TuiuJt1 fly order If narci lIf Trustees within this Territory. It is ordered, that if LEMUEL BRUCE. 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and Satinetts, UnitecTKingdom in the character ,above 1;

1. .*. TIIOMPSON, Salary.ArtuiJIil the) said Martha does not appear and answer the TI\Ual'I'S, .!nntnry lOlh 1C32. 2tS. 100 Do. do. Point Blankets, ti.one4Jo. a wager of 5,0001. taken agaliist..

521f complainants bill on, or bcibre( the first Monday in 10Oo. Rose & Duffile do., French Count as to whi- h would
!! gain
!Notice.---- April next, the said bill of complaint and the matters NEW STORE 20-J 15 ""Pozcn jJes Domestic, ool Hats Sheetings, & Shirtings &c. land,
.. nng' C. lIIlS against the Estate confesso and things and decreed therein alleged, will be taken pro IN TALLAuAsht-K I 500 Pieces Stripe & Plaid Domestics, piper has, during his rambles, given the

A ."VK rWr.'I1J1 FLOYD di-cM, arc hereby .tified accordingly ; anti it is further Pr.HE'Sulbcri!>er has takn he house ntJtt door to I 150 .Do. Scotch Basrjiinjr. of 4701. to the different charities on his route

r D' .\, 'same are presented duly authentiuii.t ordered, that a cipyof this order he published : 1l L. & M. AKAilSTEAD, $ GO. and is opening _::....c wJn.:..:_ a considerable part of which
the in was given to tb
in
otl,1: !tt)'S;tilt' j.xecntors within two years, they toI I: week some for three newspaper months successively.this Territory. once a alarge and atneral assortment ofGROCERIES Fro 'l NeVOrlc311oLy the Schooner May I fund. and the different: Mend.cilics

i* pn'\'C"r harrcll.nd. persons indexed A true copy NATIVE this kingdom. We understand hs w111'i.,;
immediate
,1.*:, .itcaror.-cjinre l t.) make IH, i\'Jl. payClCilt 'IVste LIQUORS, & ISO; Cbls. WHIMCEY, Uonighadre, Comber and Lame, in '
; .ls HO l1J\c'l1r.! am JAMES S. LINN Clrrk. 50 Half do. old df>. I courie of this week after whir
h
Ex.-'cr. DkY-GOODS. ; be wiP
HI':\. CHAlllES 100 Uhls Puporfinr New Wheat FLOUR i
BET.SEY FLOYD Ex'irix.. January 17th 1832. 223111A11INlT1X1'oUs' among which ar tut.following Articles, 100 Oil BALr ROPE, .;serenade the inhabitant of the

"II'.":!. '2011. N051'ICE.I'i''Uik lVii!!!!lc rciiiiL-ii Loaf lJ7u'<111I1l1.superior 'VJJ te. IOU Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, ity, which, it appearhe is oblijcd to do!

January; ; : /A LL ; having dun I N against \"ry ,'{e.inNew Orleans dito Ur wn-Sugar. 10,000 Lbs. Middlings & shoulders JUCO.V, s xond time, according to agreement !!:i

..'c3i; ITIlE v.l. .. ..ic csifttoot" ti"> fate Wihiai.i Araylc, Icceas.ed: C- ilVr, Havana dreen, first quali:). 50 5 Hh s. Canvassed IMMS, will take shipping at Dt-rry: foi; ScntLiad a
bes'
\1nk ;inhNl, aaiirinirtratrix of the Es'i.ir.d a e rcquiri-d to pixscnt them duly auilunuraud "i itli- :LF Yuung Hy.snn, Imperial and I.JuuchtnFRESii 20 Do Porter'Kes and JLL'Richmond TOBACCO., tht .. proceed to London, to

..4'hkI: !.\I' Fate of L HI Cot.ut", tlc- in he lime prcsC'rlhl.cl hy law or they will: be foreverbarreil. .W .i i::l; TEAS. 10 Dozen, Cttll ns' & Cc-s., .1XE5 w iih his opponent. \Ve are. now cornliart (
t"I'i Th' iink-htid ihe pretty mtu:
she will -sc to estate arc requested .o '
that pr"t'lltIll'r .s1 !;:
("':it!. er'l 1.alllJ'nuCI.c'r. 1.'ClI -l'ttlClllt'Jlt.I It'f 're iuxk; immedift'.c payment. 1 II II"! : (AjaxCar u.) lOcI M
:u'c'1'1Ilts( Court t') ,' ,c1.1: on t.ll' thircl1I'HhlavDC l KI'm V. AIltlYI.E, ) Admimstrators.JUHNW. .1 i. '.;', ll.lt'\'lI, i\ies Pork, in half barrels.A5 : S. HAWKINS, :,rcutate account of him in seme of our .:

I'. c.uwh ELIZ.\lUTJI \ AllAI U.j1jarv S ARi YLE:, j !i .'kt-rel N--.2. in whole and quarter do.Ai5.i TT''i.j au.! : '.> It..a. L.i ':. Aariann.! eeks publication's han what has yet
nt'xt. Dec. 4
27 h IJ$I. i8u.jjTS .
fiiC'1: i32ItTi11j llt: : ; ,;. v..ry :.ne, in cpi.-rr; oo.Kulii.tf 'St I'l'Mi.h.! 'an-nr\ t; ; !183. 2J! ," done.-[Bedford < :hro' icle.
1 :
J'
: : : Laid, llo-theu HuUtr, (.iMbhcn cheese.
lJ't'1i.. Fr- .i i;i.arit; ->i n iiii'C; Crdfijh, sc-'ti.h tkr .sbtprm UUhdPi ih.tJLVLR.. M. Pejronnct, the ex-Minister has ama.-'

) ; ; 11 L E SDI hereby given that the Partner-hip ; : Ca4'dles: .in.tr s'.f'md'p.nn; Cil, jr ,1'JLON1) KiUBINJ limsclf in his captivity by writing a book entitled

: -* Ax: :A.Ni feeL 'il, TNI w York ilrcd l. :t'f, Questions cle Jurisdiction ParIinm
rJ 1. r\ > LLl.as u-S'i'.. in Jti. (
l1rljl t EG ll' i\ e to in ite the attention
LtViTj- '-i' iin i "', vt n -alt table: use.iiidiiit'in.i o-
t. \. ... .' '- lL. s.: oy niiiiual n-nvi. I, and I ti.e i;"oks .linl pil'\o.r ..1.Ugil1g i Mire ; ou Examen .Jurtdi;ue de l'Accunlt {
... rirsi t KiliSy: rhfwin; Tobacct, -.th1ir ctiainurs anu the public in ,
general ti
: .UI .o the umiaru in 'he hands ol tncjl'Mni't de
tdlala'
l, \ ill ._1I.! il } r it Judgim-nt
\
'; r ; pories contra les
rI' :'I.} .\I.rJ: ; mlnruU a.L i r ..'.itlciii-it,. AH perMu.s iiiilt ijted (..0x Ci'ii triiir Span's'i :' and i.tt Siianiii -e .a s. I' :: prienist.ckof 1 jjivds, they decmils.uperflous> ti'lintrate '
J.I'1I! : f'.rc' I"If-I' ':';1':. h.l1"IH, r -is, l'nnr.II"nI15., r\vry .rticlr, vvih; which ihcrt' shelves ani inistrcs; de f.harle* X,
ApI'\t! : .is C 1'111r. EaOLi id,' < tvqiicbiod ti' viiie lurward and i-wi-.c }1'.1)1',1 III, c.r ,
rlJ"IIf".tr1'j.\ -hh a\:11)f':tm..rs coni rI.iIi t; ar.iclc itt liieLINK. ;"I* :>d, and llfJcrt:1 'r( inertly remark that hay
cir H'ry they
.
r.i! ;..ore uf .);CS. {s. a err ii.ju.-la C t ("'\11I1.:, and tln s c ., i-.in: ; .i :..1! -.. -,
t\I'\ l'u IH' 'r"\:c t '.r .l',v. .n hand a similerior: ass rinnt of whi'1 TRADE WITH CHLYA.
(4 "Ids iU.t.L'41S goods, The character
.
J Gth 1-31. I9if. )1 are reqa".ui to p'cM'nt U.eia i -i : ilitocFI.iE :"-. \ 1. -
t. u S. r" 1 =' 111.i 4 ... .1'.C;: 'i icy will dl ih-apcrihaji flr rash, cotti.nura; of this branch of has
our
lJ t "* :it'J "" vunMir 1 i',11rs, commerce und
rovcd credit. I here as... runcnt co.sists of the f. :
: ::JTICll; :: : I hitdl1 l.d 't.kC iiiiiianu iin, a.s imported rf-uiiiry duo l ronc an important within J
I pel' OIl :; : : INSURANCE.iSi'RA l j.c.t i ail; c ksrripi'ns, VizDiyGuods charge a
li 1:11 uw" C'i'i'l .JUA L'-ramiy, l". du.j do.
< COM.
IN he stie of RII'l'fl; l.Udt ,.LI\ : >: .E l ,ears. Formerly it drained our
tl\\! I In ( .t. :ut..i -s-.r i.ain.ueliy; FIll Eeii .!anlli''a ''I'iritst Lnald{ Rum, ; of Jill kiIldIInrrhvnrc' & country
,;. \- Ittl re10 pre-ciit them duly au hen iI on llum..*- t.ivral>lieni( :?, r>n q.] ;,:!- 'jMr.! i- .fi f 1:.(1 ..jul1onahel. whisl.ey, mrrinon do. Cifllfsy Gla rom five to seven million dolhrs annuaily
.I %-.. !hy la''r l'it'. u .11 an'in ii the 'nbsi-ri'-.cr: |he 1'r-icc'i' I l'lbu.In' : Looking se HATS
} ai.o'st',1
rt' .i i ..I..tl11 > .1. 1IrMra' ; n 'yiKXl2Si'ja) 'il"ily' Madeira on itraft \ in liotti!.". p *eie. Now- very little, it any of the pr
,,' Tbii' inJf'ucd' t< the estate au: I. -o nip.iny, liartfordC' iueiicti. ID c\'t .. Shoe.JSuddlts; A
I. i'i" ('r a.j i C'Jart-t clit.n.I etc. gieuc .ain ; 'IOUS metals, are employed in it. Jn flf
'ti'a' :. j.lit ii.' the! lair; Cash rj'1'1
n v.il.je nt'the
1\1 m ie: \ l'\yn1t'JJ : proj.cr y 'M itli; .' l Jlil 0 -l l > hot ties
Braudy,
: n ,
r 'i'l. TC I '.1 Pi j'.t: ( ; !Allt, AJ-n'r. -:a td, and siti>fa.-tdry fvsdcnrc, ft rnishi dVf ji1"t. years .1 China! Glass !lId !E.lrthelt-1Vdn", some of the return ships from Canton th
.M'a I u; 1SZ "j"I"Cnt 'i! > .
T ". ".'s. P. r-iv-27ih 1'31. li.w tcr.ju-js of tlic rcprcx-n'ntii-n, ami d.(- :ot..1! mural! Lads! .sancHii-ntienitn'sKlHM's: Ready: mudo dOl hi,., t I' Jil to. L' 't -1 11'1 :a>t year brought home considerable: suits
'
.-ij.ir.ictirot he aJ J'; Iicni Tlfs..hincy! oUl-o Office, J 1 This
of Clth trade is
< "nsib'in- jt.ir'iy huprrilne Ci its, a-Mn 'U pecic. becoming more :
.m.1! ;!> r.u'ric&sand plmelily I.- .- r. n "uli ntlv !:- i,. \voi ol wii--i\\ Hi .i & ui a '1"fI..r: t.: h
STOR13AGK.Nr.aht.uli lay /s.iitd ml uii. Aiifrola Frock !li,to, aili 1; 11 I i. 1 I' !: : ; :1Ilre'aluablc to the .:
!:d..n. :m11saI.d -he ..iilow! country every succt'nzyear.
I':. H. 1-rflKlV?. 1 ; ex r pris-eof cotton, etc.
"UJT'n..r wear, "tluticsanll.'s cf>att-t-s ml>.il roun.la3(1 ; -
Talhhu'p Fc'I.lJ '2 '. Marl-, Ib':1'r! I Hrh H.: It affords an ..,
I
to 1.1.- Vhl \\ui-iUiu-c tllfsj J5 ii 2itf ;", (: cl'>'h, fuyini'.re anJ ratine'. P.1II.al"1r.r- q.| 17 f important vr.'jt
I I <:lt'Slul '.'..leu'.Il'sts. A ffw Ir.sh Liin-n. -, -" only for our domestic cotton manutiu'!.: :
h"'Il\ t'r' t a ".1> nuiUi- 't' pieces : : :
c II i i'
I' ,-;. \\\.tcott.Jr. & J. P. (iKNOA Oct. iiirrsruuJ
jjuoth I Dey"ofT;
'. '.. Os'rirh Feathers( also for thc article
ttC:, f.rn..:. .. u c, : II'11 awl ." ,11' ..-. J in.: la"X iilpm'sMJtt'Tirtrliot |prr- It: of raw cotton- ir
j "y.O 'J '.11 .,; I I" N/CARTV. tt' \ h f 'mii-d-i LH.' !'.tmi flet.I'/ lj.; Jn I. !.."Jl.i't. '!'!Ie viiQ,. I'o st 1'.ll",r..-"ne hox (?te1rgn; Frcii'-h llan- his Mitt arrival! here on the 4th of this a \vt,ll knoxvn fact, that the i'hina mar (et requirt'j.
J rr-siiJ:ni-efjf the t .rmuer is inTaii: ilnss-! a..d <:!! ..n.Pi'Kr, of -icstandni.'a'; .
: ,
t ',.ar '. I'd'O'111. T 2id1 1':31. I!: f appn'vtd pait 'rit-> month. part; ol" his harrm uut- landt-d at annual
from I Juo'ia
ntih
!ho ,,;'et a: ,'. e:t I' iini, Ap]';il.ichici I.B u. --;- iviui].;.nil S mhlis"Jaj'a'i; l'.\ :Blakini ;,and a varif\ an import
E:' ('ClHOi'' XUllCl1. '.C-S cniruucd to them in any of throoiiris (., n .r tb ot, -'htr ir ;"!' .': n..t nettssary mention-all which Leghorn the day before anJ i is lod fd in one tip wards of 300,000 bales of aw Cvt.'o.i

"i. tile \llj >inin.' Counties ,'f Georvianr Ali'I :':tiM, \1 il:' \\ill be ol lclo fir Cash. <-raj'i i ;o\id paFcr. ot the (country hi>ue.s of >. ornc"Iiano. Iltisen arid 5-hould the ret'eni distir.aiic, hd';e.

&LL! )j trolls. ha\inir clainis airainst be-nr !iur. u.cdto.:; i\ "..J: !, 1ft >1. .HtfTRUSTEE .fA .i' E C. LCCLES.Ci'tt'n. '- is gone to tho p.suie Pa'-.ice.! The Dty the i hinese and the tfrih-i; t a t Inri-a ,,;.

s.ait. ". l- ram J. Ca'.x-li.: '-I"c ,.j| .1'1 IT'r.-'i1! r.' 1 "if'S, Jr'kins, aid all ntiurj j-r- l iiloo ju.-t hired a .""11 illHin hip of 300 Ion"Iurdpn
is J. ,
:>:tnycau>e, a> confii1ulr ar tl ipat.
d .o )rcrnt ; :.1 m J ..ir''li.i- the market .
tI.lena Jl'rl' i
C n r. arp i-quif. } ftUi : ct-: highest price.A j
r. ,n wt jun the 1 UI.K' I presfilnd t liy law, ..r"Y"I"' | ,- 12? 1 S3 1. 3fn.lLrt .. on boad: I ol" \, ii h he ha< eint-arkr-d interruption in that tra.iliv Lniteti : tat-

,Is i":nTirlur.x-d. All JWfs'!rsilldd.ItJ' t.) sa.J ts'.attrc I I"n; A.JClf n jt.tl u X.:" ''.' 1 IJ) ".tll1' I c f ammunition,, two small hf>v.itzors1, live field mal, and probably will, be looked U. fornj

AJ'icstcd' .0"..':' imm. c liat<- javmnt.. "( a'v, lomo as Ttsuv. 1i/ .-II pp.-u'i .o SLI eD .teeived ;piere?, atd other( arm.-, \ :i"-thls li'iends have rlses of that article to a very great :\:..!
JOHN G. GAMRLKut! '.oi.P.mkr71i Wednesday the Sh f Fe''>ry-'y H32, hctwccn .
him from Ll'
yett horn. On board the
li,31.tr' I thc hoiusof 10 o'ci'irli! a. 11!. anu 3 J'. in-, at |l'u1'II: --n ':1? 3Ci4 "'on.r A: II .O, fr-m Ualiimore, and for sale, : s; ne .t'hu number of Americanes;>ei: aunl1al
".':.cli-tn 1r (.t-.h, in fn
'Ut' (cqu re.l .t., announcer.. .i A \tl'.> h.**cee, ail I ".!. so in ;;:li (.f 'lie; P"" in u*''iii rc-cn.iy in.lie I'M ;!,1:0,. fine In.l'd Stret Fl.! :U1t, neb inv'rel.anior" :. tz, and fcfcveral emisuies now amounts to >ward of 40, all ot E1
I HALL i.mnJi1atr for Fhcr'ff of icflrinii nt
j ; as'eiv \-a .i.. .: ut- ?' 1> 'I 1 Itf ) p:rn of C'a-vj Br nau.;h, dc:'''!. r<-'rrpr.i.izHO : 1J do AlACl-.KIl'-X: ': -,; of IffO 1injieror Morocco: who wantto tirt clas .Salem G'izetta. J't
irr, tngcv.cr wiili the .dll1 < n.-ft. and
r < 40 do If.atHlGu( qldwn! ;)
.av.-.iiiii will i ic return to that country by a safe road, at a
as \lffi..ient : pay oil' -\ JMtii7n -tin of SO .\Cj1.1',
J. NEW8O3JPi ,-; 1 1 A.MS! (Mijicria-,) cl.--tince; from tho-e pal ts of the (country which ENLARGED FRCIT.Olie of the most pIt :rand

it .'.\.J.u\.1'tO 1 ..tr\x-\ci 1.1ar"\ vi.re ;crC'I\- against; }!r.;naun'i niul 'Uhir-, and ni.-! liecrsis : hc 'i\nv jHirsous wi"!:&_ to psi r'iit' the run, car. hav- .-:jin M.ite o:' rc\olt a:ain.-t their sovereign remarkable! experiment* m ue ia hiOrtcLlt'i -.

J b\ i I.c 111'1 "t'jl\tr" j'i>. r srh'VjnPr'ohiie\ from iI j ;r'l* s.lk.. D. M.! SlI : VII- Li ?. Ti .',:('. rld"I Hiril the! first ufJ IlI11'ay :>y "ivui: : a I. 'lid wit.h St.r The rajitain; of the hip lias ordered to land .- tlmt of Prof. Poiteau in the prodicticn t;1' et

m s: .1., ".\'.v. ,2ft1 h 1.*'311. 'X o rprsuii Las as v"' Jn ;I'V '< '_"_: 2. :o/Id_ _; ,I .. :... If-Vrn 1 .\:'c11iL ) iii. !Jar.red Peact.i-s.! lie made ui incision round ,.
little
-- at .117.- betweeniiri Alici
m :0, a port
'U4', {. I.hol1. 'ih.st'ilii, g >,'i\c in-live 'hal if ,lit. \'i."J : I 7th II 1531 [ trl'OTttE. limb ot a rJ4'1ch tree, rrhr\: as has long '*\
J. f-iAvard within 4 Vx l:1t1 g Q'Z 'gJ. : Oran, \vhfie the authora of lranee j-
III' )-s !not cnrc; : Hair wc'k". I } known, wil m.ke frt:it Inrner. He took :i ,
.-; he : and t he dnr.r j ii will ,Ujttiiiln .\( LL\. not n-co 11Z1'J.
pr: puty piy > Six; vvtv-k.s :.firr dale apj-iUMtiiui: : \\ iH !IH'ly made! i yet ; t from tln. braucii, and! iiMCjf.iti-d another} tree.
: j ''ti..j1'n, IK :the From this
u ,.in- -in( -.old fi.r afttrdcil'ic.-'n: j. .iiihe :.- : IEI ESlKOUfc ut ivliv-ing inysrll'ofJiiC Jonathan I KOIIIIM! Mine i'i i .; j1;:;rc l'i point! it \vill be easy for these A- 7'hecei.se.n dice is that tl.e fruit '? of the H.

'. :,i'K! <.:tl bulijcc i.. 'tto ..nlt I' iiii: >traI I !fiici.n |;as>eigera to reach Treint zne, '\ here' enlarged size as that of the experimented brra..

.;, ,"V. J. q. &N. 11'LIN.: tit... e !her Jo Ci'! -Ss i.; \ Jiuirs: in '. aviioh.t. 'I'In a'o\e' I tioii (ia trie estate of Joiui Lilies! deed lat 1 of the) will find the troops of the i.mporor of

r. .., .,' _'.t2.uj. '-)') : jm.lilies \\'rli! the fiiriniitu a:" and jrr at Itar. tin, "ioll.c\ I Driven in :his )j.rujwrt --- I : :
!o .my ('Heh"} se ]J'.C'"p i&c it \s.ud! suit lo takcr. >&'c&bi'n \ e f1 rl' a 11';iorkeI to :"1l0.I.C.' JA.MKS M'NtiLi.as ; instruction-\'en to the captain of the ship Src.fs .AND. PERIL.-Tl.ereis ?tory, and.

.. LAGLEY .'!! the first of Niarch ncxt.v a eujdidate lorljurvcvor, 1ii.' Leon COUllY at I Itilt. 'ire, to Ir.nd tu-! arm: und ammunition whichhe I behew J" lac, of two boys TMtig tI> a 1aCt\C1&W.

.t.. I L ''Ii i.l'.l" t.. It sit.1; a. >i<'ntiot lj, It .u ". liI\"IlY TIIO\IPO election lit February-next. 23i.-le. I has on hoard in the road ot' .irzeio, which nest from ; hole! under ihe lit ui-v window ill t ;

u'nh.: ,. .. <\'rof s:ional, call -- -inlvr-_ ..-2Cti!. 1831- _ '- ----l.tm- NEGROES JOltLE.: b stih in the possession of the Uedouins.Th .- tower'of Al: S 1l1lt. Chuch" L'crbv. As it W;

4n i ; 41 -,rt'ldlcr uf the aujaccui ( .uiitIe. ; Men Women and CI111 fl ll. For terms &c. I I order of the i '('j' on this important point, hnpossiliJe} reaCH it rtarid'z; within tliebu: !d.-

_.t ;, NJ I I';'?. 20tfDOCTOH'S NEWTGOODS.JOSEPH apply'! to the subscribers L. A. 1'11)1111)0:1, Kt-q. may itdtico a bti! .that an undei. tanding ex- ad equally impossible: to ., ernd to that hel. "'

I or .J. Monroe of this plnce. I from wit r.nt, thev reoh I t'li J TO J pt*L a pack: tir<
WILLIS & RAN- i iSiS with the Emperor of Morocco for the
22if E.: W. ADAIll, Au'tr/ni.-!' .' t'.e wiiin'cw ; 'iut \vlie'! ti.e; iiticr boy scc:':

) tLeH. '''In!' \S\l.1tl',1 tln'ii<(Jve.s in tin LAUD I' invasion: of the province of Oran, and that Instill ;itslalonce. I by sitting on tl-e: end \viti.in, ,ne li -

MCC: < .-IKDlClNKi i I : <>!!i'T their professional I QuINCY ACI)1iY. I II thitiks of (prolittmg by the powerful sup- cihoy was to lix; nhm-elf Oil tut 'pposite t"IJt :

Cl tl) i c C.1'AS 01 Talla'iass! aihl its viiii'ir at .9Inoaa: : 'I T lls b iuutiun will be open fur the lcC''pti"n':1 j! port ol that monarch if hIs troops should remain ''om't.at: [per.lo.s; s-itr.ation to Cla'h tLc o'-y Ct <

.;; .:<"C'" is the! ioriuer Lnnivinir mom.JoIU qs ivceueu by ti1 ciiuuiier! Da- 'i, i'i'iii] ,n the iirst .'nonday of July next, under' ongcr at 'i rcrnezene, and continue thenhostilities tu! :ir desire. So far the srrjcn'C' answered. '\

ar\ 3,1 lbJ- .-20tf.: : .el->'tr, and hlnp l Sjind'! ',S, a cmpituSiOi Inc :.tlpcriutclI.Jene.c..1'ir U. K. .tChntt'ck. against Trance It would at len.te I I1tte; boy took the! nest, and, finding in it tirieu -
A and commodious edifice is
larjre iicnrly com-
: : ;' '- !. .il .\urtlcql! Prtoluc! Unx-cric*, 1 --ry-G'WKls. nnw ',ed young birJ.-J, annotiiired tlc nev.s to i.
desirable that the
; : J h shouio
: S' "I .11111II.llI'e.r. 5/vD l J.TWW pitted! in tiic plraant and he'dLIy'ill.lic of GLuin'y, rem Ministry j! k
Am'.11 which alt marktrcl ,. companion. Five ihere replied! he la:
V ; are Liverjicol are
:J. ; ((1 -) ; ;
:i th a 'ntid\te ( r .1 u.trc, an-.j m the vicinity of whicli, gyid Lbariiii..; at !length compel the I: nnf-ror ol Morocco to '
llnui Ir sh I I '
.rd in l-ndid IM the other:
potatoes, : oats, sacks-3 : > have three. N.v, exclaimed
:_ trvt >
<" 'itlfl. 1H1 I :H ltfi1OI Lcimtahn.d in families.
-, .; Belluv.i.' Tp Giss Patent '. can respectable i withdraw his troop- from tin- territory 01 Oran tie !
-- -- ;, grain measures, air in this will fx prrpin-d for dignantly, 41 ran all danger, and.I'll have

S.1l LE. I "IK-SI j.ails, largi lot of tin ware, iron and steel Ploughs, rtuniisciun* Seminary into any college, youn in men the I'aliod: >ia''&, or for I I where their presence entourages disorders.Vli.NA three.. You shall not, stilt maintained tii v l \
\ P'' :. llyc Gin, wines rofico: T(.!ha copf vuiouskindbBIu.'Ksir.ithV i ; Oct. 29. The of in inside hall Promise thiec
the not. me
t41i ti.'n one tithe jK)ve Si. Marks; on the Tr oK with. impntd Vuxs the study of any of the liberal pr'fU:5dlS.: exchange : ; you '
f f 1 ';tje
T" STI> ion acres of !.ia(1 Iln 1..UI.stiC' IM.L I manners (Ii the pupiLs,and to prevent extravagant and rived from Paris and the; t.erl'but I'll promise you no mere
unpntved ;i :sr, : a gOtN! assortment of Drugs, Jledi- a } terday one was
'- J ai t'XCfil"!: ,., rnleii. Tiiere i is :i considerable C.'aIl s, I'ahilsc.. Bottled cider d\ cry guod quality, i unneccsaary expenditures, fu.idsintruiu-d to tie treasurer despatched thither. It is supposed that the I two ;' upon wiJcli: his companion slipped oil !!.
or the principal, \ illl 1e strii-tly applied to timt1)UriOSC tilted and down went
Up the end
vtit.v of LjvoO.ik.-Tnc tltJes will: be ; altlc! salt in Miiall! boxes, Hat.-itis: hale r>,pe, cntni1.Jging plank.
jpnan'J of !
redut the
and uiihm tion aimie of
the lillitaliun cnUi. general
), >rci> r.urope,
] feet the
of
; -lVr<, ns wishing! to P'.1csal'wiH! toI'ITIIY Ut>na'tr! ;hs, hats, SItS, Bonneteti, *.-Also, I boy, upwards a hundred to grotr.tl.T11e
'\ M'Cuirvat St. M.irKs j ARTIH apply] ( J n .'X tnsiveubsorlnieniof fancy goods and ready made The principal of the institution is a gtntlcnnn of liberal so often >poken of, is the subject of th.-sa little cHow, at the moment of his fi.H!!, \\.
1 education c.m..iJtr.lu'c
n JiSS und has
acquired -
rlo.iumr.. experienrc conmJUllic" tions. The Au. trian their in
jjonltfi frequent army ho ding his prize by l lefis, three cue
ljVS- nt tuiicy. S. F. JONF.S. and reputaiii.n in his profes.ii.n.
1 a'Jihasstv, Jatiiiiry 17il 1:,12 :21IH'I \ He has two scho'''iicr whii.li he c.ilculat s 10 run .b'jiwccn The distiiijjui.shcii hcalthinos! of the village! and the I i is reduced nearlo om half by the numerous and two in the nUn ; and tney, miding teneves !
.
this
--- j'Lur a .1 2ew-York during this &eus n their mstictively.
--- ; fluttered out pinions
cheapness of Itf-ardin*, are among the many advantages furloughs, and it now remains to be seen descending
i !: "M.-i .\LIi.--- M.'U.i .fa t' and liavint: erected a ware-house, is rtady to take had stout carter =
r
By attordtd; by the location of institution, and the whether the French Government has the will jTiieboy. too, on a !
t cotton on S.om and lilicral advances it and to
uirectcd
a uime 1 t-K.il ;', tIle
; itxpose I tos..i "- I Tmstcfs have C\Cl'y rcai.or.able assurance that the I secured round neck, which, filling with
'n I" ; iit.i: t tiiddcr t efurc I>ircMsctou$ ; lar e anioiiiir. \Villpaya iiberd price and the to follow the example. It now :!
i : the door ol !1Sf' ; power
;
". I character of the institution will merit a liberal patromiage : fi om'beneatli, buoyed him up Uke n baloon! and :
!I 1 r idtsaiul.sk/ .. I fVcfnii, l.ith 13:51: 17tf
f.f :c.iHircll":
11 11 .C''II C'II t1Iv h'CIUCI from the puUic. depends on it to conciliate the friendship of:; descended smoothly to the ground ; when, lOfkil
-y .1' '.r.un noit, ui! ho si:liuiil 1r clann! ai.d i : The terms of Tuition in Alathernatics end Languages to the nnstru which the revolution I '
I; r. 'i. & Kaie aJH.oflsJ loannjuncc .A EOR( E b'lSH- Europe dispel | up, he exclaimed to life companion_ now .
"
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\. ." ,. -L.i Jf 1 ti.elS''i < wnsc. E 'id e.g-, to; a inof* lan: :' 11 Kl.: :. a> a .a...uJate fc.r the blu-rifially ot arc JO dollars per quaner. of July excited, and to realize the declared -I shall have none !t' and ran away, sound in ev
i section <
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1 'Itwnua
P.. ,v. j, _"'". & j.:", it-vied .toll b*> &at.ibfy: an eXi- 'I''i -:_ n.t Mini) ct tliRflcctwuin! February next. :-tf In the English departnu-nt, 2d 3d class do Jo J16 00 25p"pcrdo.- qr. wish of ertablishing a system of g. n- ,. limb, to the atoniilimeni of the inl.abLants, ,vii!

v'"i .11 t ucy Ta-ue .:.& \'.m. HIeI.hum eral I wih inconceivable horror, had witnessed his dii :
r.- ; FRESH GOODS. Payable at the end of the term, hen the subscriptionis peace.
.:,'. ".lrij' '- ."- -it C u--y, Suj eriMr Curt, ., rop'I .;- I lor a longer term than one quarter. All the political questions that remain to be i cent.SWAIM'S.
I .. .
Nt; 'IC I' aitiF.,
\
:'tttc I withu
.s..lIcd 'iyla.: the l1)a1 b : Application for admission to be made to the Trcas- determined are not calculated to change the '
: in half BrurclsBtickwhcai FLOUR, urer. PANACEA AND "ER1IIFUGE.I
ALFRKD A. FI-nr.R, d, m. for tu.) Fly market family BEEF, JOHNATHAN: ROBINSON ] will of the powers, declared in t favor of one I

t' .4. H .. C. RANDOLPH llal 5" Beef TONGUES, C. H. DLJ I/O NT.AVAl. common object. After the decision of the subscriber has been appointed sole agent
I'f" ; .. l' *!t. J j."c's L Kits, Blinds and Tonnios, NOR\\TUUD, } Trustees. London conference, the affairs of Holland JL Florida, for tie sale: of hwalm's Panacea -'
10 Ivcgs (Jo>hen BUTTKK, H. V.-OOTKX, Vermifuge : and -} avng received a Liree sujip!
fO1'ICE. 1U llc xes Fresh Bunch Raisins, IIFNltYE1:. and Belgium can be no essential obstacle! as both of those valuable! medicines, now otTers ivtn- *

( LL 10 ,. t'runt-s, By order of tl.e lioard, neither party can venture to oppose the exe- sale to the public : of the qualities cf the formt-r,

peihI. 11(1111dJlY (iCh1lltIM1 l s a- 8 London Br.w n Stout, JAS. A. DUNLAP, Secr'y. cution of it. V\e have little news from Po is useless to say any thing iu addition to what Ins

I. tllt! thc 1..tte fli Dr 131" aid Aik.ni, litv of 10 Casks Cheese, May Mill, 1831. 33-ltwtf. land. From Constantinople, there is nothing ready been made kro"n to .he world 'at fi"trea 1argt t. : respecting ft
.il'! latter it havin, been
.:: '.ee de 'j. 2 Boxes Cheese. the never
PineApple
:: i1' f"q::1C:'.d r" them} l REFERENCES.
"Jieir. 4tU \''!llIn the lllne prescn' duly ReceiviU per sloop Splendid, and for sale by important. The plague was abating, in con- sale in Florida. until the prcknt tD1 it maybe neecssary
*1 Tn f Tcvf ;'arriH'! P>-Ti'Hd: ty lawor WILLIAM G. BURGESS. THOS. RAN DA L, .flcrson County. sequence, as it was supposed, of the change to inform the public to what cr-mplaints.U
"iidcvt -and ali I persons indebted \::\1. B. NUT ALL seldom fails
*3' Leon.pi'j'Ei been most effectually applied : It In '
Tallahassee December 13th
arcrcq'u i-. mike without d. 1831. I7tfNO'J'lC of'weather that succeed the dreadful storm of
l''mtJlI by 'v. GAUTIER, Jacksnn.Or in" the Dysenterry or Bowell complaints Clchc
D,. .flThei. )7'h t.tl. JB .\'IUEN, Ad m'tt'x. to the TRUSTEES, Gadsden county. hail. The taking of Warsaw had excrjed Cholera Morbus, and bleedinr Pile. We:rm" I": ( .

J98wENRIT }). much sensation, as the Poles living at' Constantinople dren, Chills and Fever, Ferer,and'Agues No(.

HAVING administered on the es- REGULAR PACKET had proclaimee that it was impos- oujrht or ever w ill without it after a rial.
BOND Each bottle is accompanied with directions for administering
Henry F. D. Peters, of Madi

vii County, deceased, hereby give notice to all per- 1-0. NEW : sible.ANTWERP Nov. 3.-Antwerp has just the medicine. _, .
J., S. M'MTJLLIN.
lits jUH receit sons having claims against said dec'd. tojresent them
ed and offers for sale to rue for immediate payment, or they will be barred by .D 1ot one of its most valuable! citizens. M. A. Corner of Jefferson and Monroe-streets.".

L..,;..\?ZucOcorgia." aw ginS, m3.de_by \11:. John Shley, statute-all persons indebted to the estate will pleaso ORLEANS Ellerman, Hanoverian Consul to this city, Tallahassee, January 10th 1832. 21 if

come forward and settle the same. THE new and substantial schooner where he has.neen settled these h'iteen years,

Wrought) iron Ploughs, 28 C der.meet N ALEX.ew-York WATSON, oral the ,Planters'Jr. Adm'r.Hotel .Et.I.r.\, Captain CHESTER,, having excellent died yesterday afternoon, after a short illness. I NOTJ .-The partnership h ri-

Cat ia'ou do Tallahasbe Florida for the'ensuing ten days. accommodationswill run during the Present To-day the ships of all nations in the ports existing.between the subscribers. was di
; season as a regular Packet, between Magnolia andXcivOrleans. I solved this UZ31C0i1U t .all persons inttebted
day by
: Fresh Orleans Flour December 13th 1631. 178w had their colours.ball mast high : it'lis a day
Goods wilt be taken on board, or.l landed to them for Jrofe6& sernces, are r uestcU
N Cl Itr I caton nr.e. Canvassed d hama, NEGROES FOR BIllE.THE at St Marks, if required The Captain, if sufficiently of .mourning for our city and for humanity i tc. .makeau unmedlllwsetllemetof the.same.,. "-:'J.:.
R)Con, '.;; encouraged, intends to remain permanently in the service of which his life had been'devoted. I "JOSEP.H21'TF :
.- Pec 27tl. 1831.. 19tfKlNS.printud subscriber several valuable negroes which this trade, and promises the utmost 'attention to busi- GHENTi Nov. '8.-Yesterday there 'was. 'BENJAMIN F.\

1)IANI.{ O} A.L! ill hire out Cot the present yean ness entrusted to his charge. For freight. or 'passage, riot workmen in the Tallahassee, December 6th, 183K. .J6t.r
and kept fur sale at this KENNETH' BEAIBR apply! .. ,. otfice.rrf January 4th 1833.. 313w Magnolia, December 2bih 1831. i8tjundz. Messrs.Ruyck and Rossell. who had re- office lately occupied by White and Cooper.





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: _-- 0 --- -1_ session of the LegwUti$ CouncUVm lhe cttyo SC Augustke i4M .ndloafta w.Co'.ej -
QAM* AlUktAU, UJ1U ? -- -2 _,' j.*J
L LEGISLATIVE CPU GIL.Jdo5D.tr was made the order of the day for Thursday next. fiTr. BYRD presented ihe petition ;6f wm.'HiIhard ana others, tIe *
; r __ _- p. additional their services engrossing and WRIGHT from Judiciary Upi
-- The,bill to be entitled, an act to incorporate accompany to b&called pray ing" compenMiiion lor Mr. oraenf! WitfP.1
JAW..23, 1932. the Andrews and Caiul or4 enrolling clerks in 182Uj which Was rtadjandreferred o tbe committee l to'be entitled! nn act to

The house metpursuanito- adjooroineut uad a quorum being dered toa second ju reading on Chipola Thursday WskU Company. \1', was -oncIaim .'- ;-' v'i'' i-W-: ;''' .' 'Grand and Petit Jurors',;"wluch was--read ander .
ieit.
present The folkming resolution was offered by MrFItzktadidlaid.o&the'table. for Tuesday
jftliC (lay
TlteBill bfc entitled- an act regulating the raodeofcisuihg "? *"- i "*"*
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Mr. BALTZELL gave'notice, that on to-morrowhe would contract heretofore reported from -therI'iuting
but Vmts of Error prbssgcntrng appeals, in tbeP Court of KtsolcedfThat the committee Finance be allctred 10 employ a The and
ntroduce a,bill to repeal the.act providing for the payment-of on was thken up read adopted.Ordersairie -
Executive appeals of the Territory of Florida i was committed to a Committee clerk-for the balance of the present session of the Council, and that to the Corjrniitfee whit full
postage.H of the whole, Mr. Robiou in the Chair, who reported said clerk be allowed a reasonable compensation for the services he be rectrnniitted
also the of citizens of Jackson with leave toreporttonorrow.
1 $ presented petition many the contract
progress, arid asked and obtained leave to sit again. may perform picte
oounty, praying a division of said watity-w.iich was read Mr. PRIEST the and resolution following added to that committee.
-.5 The engrossed Bill to be entitled, -an net to alter the time ol presented preamble was
and referred to the select committee'raised on a former day to from the committee on Enrolled bills
holding the Court in Jackson ordered to which were read and laid on the" table : Mr. BYRD ,
superior uUnty, was
which similar had been referred. been made this that
a petition WHEREAS representations hating to tody, correctly
lie committed Comntt ofthe whole
1 Mr. WARilfiN presented a pstitum fro.u. Samuel Kindly; to b tonorrow, the exposed condition of the inhabitants resident on or near the frontiers "An act rSrporate the City of Key West.
rue Bill entitled
be
1 t praying to be divorced from his wife Lucy-\yhich was read and to and\, iact, prohibit our citizens from of the xlistrict cf country, occupied by the bcminole nation of "An act to amend and alter the several acts m regardta.

referred to a select committee, consisting of Meusrs. Warren, trading with,tli Indians oilier purposes, was committed Indians, calls loudly for the presence of nn awed force, at some sa- and Auditor.
Priest. to a Committee of the wholet! MrfBaltzel in the Chair, who reported LiOn convenient for their PITteclion in case cf cangcr, from the Indians Treasurer the boundary line between .
L establish
Cooper La
the without amendments the concurred number slave Irte collected iihm their "An act to ,,
same
a and report was or grgat negroes ( or ,)
Mr. WRIGHT the preamble resolution folIpwing
presented in, and the Bill ordered to be feci.mmitted tomorrow. I limits-a measure considered sary to the security and prosperity Jefferson Counties. f .
wlucn was read and adopted : The President presented the lollowing Communication from of one of the most valuable prrtionsol' 1 trritory. And l.rsc- I The follow ing communication was received from the-AetGovernor. !

Waenus, it is understood tiut the Seminole Indians are in a the acting Governor which was laid on the table.EXECUTIVE as the twocompanies of tie Unit iz Matt roops.siatior.eil at TantpBayi .

stale of great want within their boundary, in.sor.iucu that they OFFICE. arc 120 or 30 miles! from the northern boundary of the Indian EXECUTIVE OFFICE ,

have lately quitted the limits* assigned them in considerable number JAN LAKY 21th lh3-2. reserve, and communicant with them is entirely through the Indian 1 Tallahassee, Jan. 2R;, 1332.5

h *. 3hd are roaming at Luge among the white settlements, Com.cit country : 1 S11t-n answer to the resolution proposed bv Mr.anti \Vn-,
Sir The Bills the leen'apirovcd
# : Tncreforr resolved, That the Acting uovemor be requested following pas-sod by have Be it therefore rcsolrrd! by the-Gmernor and Lt;ifalire Council of the adopted by the Council, calling upon me for intorniatiorfj
and signed by me and. filed in the SecreSary's olUceVi the Unitd
ofVarof
; Territory of Florida Th.u the Hon. Secretary
JD: furnish to ihw house such inform uum as he nay have in hi> regard to the Indians in this lerritory. I have to state thatpu
/ : States be and he is to order of L niu(i ,
a
hereby requested conany
communicate t c means of subsistence ,(1 l of said resolution I had ddi
:o snowing ;.u vidus; the adoption ,
power to gated
An net to alter and amend antict to incorporate a company States' Troops, (mounted if practicable) to be stationed at the military
\he present condition m general, ut' tiC Indians' located within: to be cunt led, the St. Minks Navigation Company.An post, known formerly when garrisoned, as Camp Kirn?, or some gent to go to the Appab.chicola towns and enquire iwo theses

ih'S Terutou.Mr. act II> alter and amend an act. ai.troribintr H. AV. Braden other place near lhe fc'cminolc Agency. o1 therecent iiisubordnattor. and disturbancea tlicreapd.

BAljTZELL introduc-jJL thclolloivinjrrctoiutiou to male canal tliiongiiliie iiaiuia. badge of the St. Murksriver. Be further resolved, That the President of the Council be requested that I butt adopted ncasures to acrtain the Truth in rcgrd

wa" iead .id adopted : to transmit forthwith, copies of these res Unions tf> the Secretary the I:1hllll-5; vaztderiiig near the Ocia! and on the tCtUfll j

Resolved, That tne Acting Governor, be reqipste l 10 furnish An act to establish a ferry over the .u wan nee river.JAJ1L5 of \Var, and to the Delegate in Congress from Florida, and that the cjrcut winch will Ic at lurtLwt t3Moimday? r.tr.t, I ,{aj

this house all t-je inforn.atii lie jxtsscssts, relative in thep *t- \erv IL'ln cii15l &c. latter be requested to employ his be&t exertions in aid ot their ob then be able L. fully comply with said resolution.S j

onlixi cutive communication*. ES'JTCOTT ject.Mr. I am respectfully your obt. serv't.
age b.
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the and resolution following,
POPE intrrdurrd prcnrnbla
Mr.[ \VitIGHI'introduced me following resolution, wiuc JflIES D. WEbTCOTTJr.
lOLL A. BEI.I.AMT. whiiili was rend and lairl on the table.

Was read and adopted. I'H'M.i.-sit of: t ,.c (Council. WHEREAS it has been represented to the Legislative Councilorhis' Hon. A. B.-lhrny,

Resolved, That t m'cct couur.iltcf bo nj.p-Hutcd to rej>ort t u )!: i iiiiil 1) from t u' committee: on enrolled bihs, reported ]. crritory, that the Indians west of the Appalachicola river, are President of Council.

the Council, siCii! allot a.i iti<5 ..s t.-> may: tlrein! .tccssary un.," li.e f.). mu.'jr rv'K'Ctiv i'n.o..ul : fculTrrinj mi account of not Imving; a aMiilal! agent appointed by the Ordered tnat tue same lie on the table.!

Pct 'emulating tic! fees of O.Iicers of this Ten iu ry. MtsYvifrtt !->. Af.ct: t-t i:: t..i lios.s's Spring in Alaclma cnrral Grivpinmcnt, to superintend them, The Actint (Jlovernor communicated to the IIon that
crjhIate county,
\ Brrd, FiU.atiicH and IJr.hu *!l, were appointed.t and to ei t u>It>h .1| ferry on tinMi aaiicc.AJ 1-e U resdvctl, That our delegate in Congress, be and he U hereby 1 tiitl: rejected the ict entitled "an act to incurpoate te RI
The Ewpwicd hills u> be cc.titled: in ict to uic.i.p. r\tc tie requeued ID use his endeavors to have a suitable agent nppoincd f.-r AIxiciua and to establish a
hank of! Spriimg iii county, lrry onI
ac! t<> iC; ( rpor: te a hi ti.e town Magnolia.An I
$ity of Key Wewtj-was rcc.>aimitr: .i > a c.HCiuut?? yi ii.iwijo' that piirrKjse.Vr. with il.crelor.
:>c! tu o.-tnl..i' ha il-iry .vei- tho Stivaniiee livtr. nee uis reasons
and resolution
WARREN offered the preamble following, I
Mr. Warren in the chair wio *pt'i the wr? ffu.j auumiluca -
The reconsidered arid committed to a
act committee
Ai the Tru6U-es of Jeilei&on A- was
:.ei l.) i.uvuparate County which was read and laid on the table.! I
rneii1 \\ rep )rt was zccuid i urs :i :n 1iiaus. WHEREAS preat hjury has been sustained by tho depredations I the whole, Mr. Cooper in the chair, who reported as a sulj

$ were lived and UiC bh as stifr.dc.-l, roads tii.M Mae an:! j An :Cs; t-> pvo--i.ie f.ir: the con.jensatiiui of tic commissioners commi'ted by Indians the tattle and other popery of the inhabitants lute n bill to be entitled .Ifl act to incorporate tie Cadtfo

passed. Ordered t.iat te hl.C 1* .1 ..f 'isid. i I i-ipu: iu.1 << $-xai.iiuoiid! vloct: a s>ilo for the permanent seat of this Tciritery-And v.hcrcas i. is 1'clicvtd that the evil (-ax: I Springs and to est.bli-Ii! a ferry on Suv.annre river which.

Tne engrossed bih to bo entitled: ai p: .n n !ivi to ?!_- .- ve. tain lit.i hr remedied in agrcal"iearec, by requiring the ((.nstaut resulmce of I was cT'iir-irreJ! in, il.u m'rs of t.se House were waived andtj

oSuii-cs in certain C.IM'S, '.vs read a tiuril ti.ue Mid 4ri! M\I to i fue u uH' J'-K'ii ad >:irc-v' v.ntil to morrow ten o'clock. the agents and sul--acen s ipj-omted; l by Government, at thir tgcn- -I I yubuitute rer.d: a -2:1 and Jd time and parsed-Ordered U tfij

l"e recommitted to a CMnuiiittee of the whole, on "Wt uae.j.hv i \i EI)5'D t-r, 25th.Tl cics,cr in the immediate neijrhborhoml.DC title be as ::re.sc-id.( .
; it therefore resolred by the Le islatire Council of Florila, Th'it} I
flPx1..ii1 h MUi luet ts'i.1nt to ridjo'rnmei.t: and The bill 10 be eirlt'et* an ace, c.v.jcerntno Soldiers and Sei.1
engrossed bill! to ue c.itiJiejl, net 10 aicful an.i s't'itfie ..., aijuorum being cur Df Is-iTTte in Coigress, Ijc and he is hereby rcqu-s>tca to use m red 2.1 v.Onureu that the same
preheat, t.'en.sMuies i.f \-<- day vcnj icad. i-nt.!: v.ai : .1 w erg>
I endeavors to the of a law, if or i' obtnin
necessary
several acts: in rcfirj.-di'i 54 irravjci .in.l Ai mo .'f i\ii\ procure p sage
\YAlxHiJIS: i4.1' o A"-C-L; that oi some future day, he the consent of the PresnUm, requiring the acntsind st'b-arens a(nl I n-a.i u 3-> I inc <>n L'.sia< v next.
Territory- re-uf.i ti.ird th.it-and fur further c u-
was postpone* o4d a n u" .iiirodccv.! : tiiC i.n.o.niiL hills- over tLC Ecvenl Indian trii'es t>f mis Ferri.ory, ircsid at tiieir respective The fun .ei .s.-derat.oa: ni'therrr.iubie{ and resolutions c.

sidciatioa antil rmu"d.tv uiviu4av A bii. ''H-otji t; rile iii: t1) IJC CiitiJ, a u ad lu IflhIItI an Ct? CflCpatruvas :
\):'A'e; lin lie c' :'tction tu jti uieats against free month.Rt day next.ruerest.
ordered It) a eC'Il reiii: g tVc jifj: -f>< .1 .o ,'t.a'i j crsoi! thv-icn uan.cd ; and further reached( That our said Peleno, be ant he i is hereby : iuttc'n orl i ed t t. Mr. Fitzpatrick on ysterrlajntifC

'I'be e.rrosse1 bill to ) etL1etJIi3 requcs cd to procure the appoimmcnt; of suitable t-aeIlt3, xviien the ComuntifCied. uu Fiuynce u Clerk wasre.idand aj
A i :i: -ovuiiiiig: Ci>unty o'Jiccrs irom bt-mg .jppuintcd county : ,
'L'errAtorv-was or&Icrct o be rthitl fl tIrt1 1.1lt oil fiiur- hey miiy be necessary. .

next. ?.lr.l lA>VE notice tint Mr. WRIGHT from the committee on the Judiciary, reported a I'.e further consideration of trie prennible anti! resolution
on futr.n* he would
give sone day i.flnil i.
mil be entitled > alter 'd ih" several -!la'in.
T and nets
'r1e engrossed bill tM be cntii'.cii, an act to iixop-iratc lacTrustCFS 10 a ) ait: o am r-
; ash .rote t j :.>:'.\l I '.rt a th:! to bo emitted iiy Mr. Priest, tin .itethy was pc-iipoi.ed until Moudajnext.
% f Qmncy Aculemy-waso.dt red t, bo K-.nl a t. iruneon picpyje iej/ an act to to roailp, hirhway and brimcamcnv'nionts
ati-c -ii u.e n.itilia i.uva of K.> Te rlt; ,ry. : an.l tin- same was r-a-l second time.AN0 .

Thursday next. ._St. COOi'Eil ive i -ce, liut tm sonn futuif day, he an act uniciid-xtury of the s xeral a-vs e 'nccrninz the adni'n- Tue same disposition was made of tiie preamble and mow
l bill be entitled for .
The the efofVu
engrossed
to an ict
i .. .1Ij a.sk jJVC t.j mtioducr a hii; to he C1litIC1l. an .ct to amend istratii-n of : states, and the duties of Extcutors, administrators and hOn oiierni! by Mr. iVpooa ytstcrday.Tiie .
t Iiti-vas ordered to In? read a mini nn.e in T.m.; J-.4\ i.eM.Tle .
,ui id entitled, in act o ii.eveai le: fit'iro: mn'iath-n ol i fieeiu zuirdinns: and re-nl.iion .leretotbre ofit-red by ?"Ir. Baltzc'was sgj*
engrossed bill to l be euiiJ'.Lu, an aci ;o t; .:jMiN't.e .i iof i- A I liii amend t'le' ral reUtiv roads and brid .
jneoOi; mul.itl: .e. I J.) t.jis Ic.-ntory ; apjiioved Jan.; 3 1 1327. to sev atn ; to zes.ilr. taken .;p, with thc report mrule thereon and taesauie wasi
JninistratoN Doct. J. G. Toague deed., to 4l li-j; >' of j h.- : FITZPATRICK from the comrauVeeon Finance, reported as
/.i. ., i i.it.od. i mended read
Love cc'Ua Ji;> i'e\ eiiivd1:1)! ..ct to as to runs,
4 4I real estate was recommitted u> a c :miiiutv o/ t e ,-. thC, ncoipo- fdlrws!! :
t.itc i..uvj.oiiei.lor S..el. I'i Rc&vedi That our Delegate in Congress be and Lcis]h..
i: vii.ci v\a. if.iu a lir.-i tifliC.il .
Mr. Bvrd in Die c..air, who rnvirted tiie !ui ii: \rtn meuil-iU'iits ; The commHte" nn Finance, to which was referred he report of the
: iJYitD i Mii'oducv'u i a mil to I i-oeniiu'ed' ;:i: ,i ict u ir. requeNtrd to procure t.:,? passage: tLa law, gm'1i !hLeg
the report( was concurred in aiul I iii ui 1 p.vx d as ai: vd -djea.la > ucorp roiiiKii: ; iohcr of the city f-f TaHahissee, i.uve the hclnr to report :
> ale a bank in toe citv of Tallnha ee \Mici. vread Jirtt lative Co. nc.; t.ie power M require! the Judges of tin* temtiiiji
taird time aid passed /niered that tiie Iw : a Tin' ti.cy hive ex.nni'icd; enil! compared ih lu Us mi.l rou ners ot
0: titie asaforesaid. !1 1:Ml'.'. he roi irnis.-vi''mrs, and find 'l-rr-i jo correspond riIi his rcpon tnth. to alternate in t.if'i-c.uUire of their rtLciat duties.

:di. LOVE p'e.'cnted a |petition ion Hehocc.i P.cice, cisl.uivo Copncjl.! I. .ij j>eus ';.at of the sum r-f Forty ihnpinfeven Be furtlur Rewired* Tatac ..pof this resolution and i
I Is ,e bin concerning the Tr.x Co'U ciori! and Ttt-aMjrcrs ol praving
ordered to) I (UVOi CCi ifOlli her h aband Join, Pn-rce, vhc.'ivas: -. hundred and foty t'n H7-1CO d'.ll irs, the amount of sile-[ (.1 .epo-t on tins MLi-tIc'!: be lorwsrdcd; to the de'fgatei'ntLej

this ferntory-wa-s to a scc.inJ reading na I'hir.dIbxiexl. : icadud loil-iYcd tu the select coiiiiiutee Oil di vorc''. IH-1-ts in te! city of Talii!>a ee, there remim&lo ihe I'enitors.. tIlipitoil oitlu' resohiiton, ?lt.sr'i_ Baitzvli, J. i-i1. Cooper.Fitz

jii BVilD only royr.een thousand nnie hin-ired and fifty ihr' o-l'5-100 dollars ii-Iui Love Nt.aii P' Irest, lli'hie't Satiiifll
: pre eiutM t ic peutumuf John LTi-.drnmin patrick, ,
t T .e bill to Ixj entitled, nn art conceTiur.g usury, was ordc'i'i! : prav- wi.ich is di f from inJividinls: :ind the hus now used fis a Cijuv.l. i'rcsident and Mr.Wi-
!_! :.o be paid tne balance of an .icoojnt, Wuich was read and \ riQ-ht--1 VOtes br, litid ,
"fc> ? v'ldA second li'i.e on! Tnur day next. : 'Hie crtrnmi tt-e recommend that the cnpit"! fund Le brought to a close-!
S /rfeirjd to the committee it.
:
claims.Mr.
1 on against
,
MII< tile .l ': ir* forth? fIr of S;. as ocn us prr.c'ica', by rc ulcir course of law.
i'KlEST jire&cnteil petui from The bill to be entitled! en nci to incorporate CornmiT
M.s in citizens of A- Tbe committee Fninn which referred resolution
Johns and N..sau ruevas r.i.d-- .c ordtr of te : my on o, to : was t.
\' i.-.. .u.5 t''t. dty, 1 r Ijcnua county, on the s h'ct, of :i division of tint c-i ntv, enquire into the cxpe-iien-y! of reducing da Tax on BilliirdTables'lavcc for Shell Point, was read a 2u time ainl ordered to be enj

T.ic comniuuicatio.ia tiie Governor % i.idicie severally read and referred to thccoi.uittte IiI the -iminsdiKcsub-ect: and bejr to be relieved from the further and read a 3d tirrie tti-cnorrovv.
a\n;
Acting pro.sentoilon ;;Uue of the terutorv.'ri 'S 'n iden.ion of the sar.ie. The further coasuloration of the bill to be entitted' an act
t.ie 20tn inst. requesting Jo 1 bo furui.-f..cd t./-D.
and evidences wnic-j certain bins vntu cinncnLj President presented a memorial from: rnanv Citizens of The Acting) Govern.- informed llie TTous-f, that he l.ad approved amend an act, concerning patrol, was postponed until to-me
iVu
upon : : ucre $ : teci -wns a- Liii1 and.sij.n'd, an act authorise! the administrators! of Doctor J. G.
count
relating to the boundary! line bctueei it and Jtf- row.
read. Ordered tint tl.e clerk infiiru
gun tiieetitj;; Governor, 'l'( 1tltC drc'el., ir di-sc of his real .
es'a'e.The :
l-rs'tn be entitled
county, u.ncnas i load anti iaid (Iii the tab'e.' ThebiU to an act to incorporate a companytacalicd
tliat! : li.e lioase declined a ri'u:: th rivjt.c.Mr. .-!!- cnjjrr.ssed bill to be entitled to citizens
:Mr. Wltlu{;H T introduced iw resolution an a' prevent our the St. Andrews and Chipola! Canal Company was
: FlTZtA rillGJv i<, .oduced Lie; l )iior iiig relution fu.nnviiig, which f om trading with >ho Indians and for other purposes : was read a
: vi3 read and order of tlie for
WjIC.A! IV1$ ead aiul aaut"U.R'w'ifd udo1itj : ihird'irrifi and passed. Ordered that the title asaf-resaid ; 31r. the day Monday next.

i'hutoi.e i.nured: rujnes; of the report< made by' llcwlved, Tat the nnuittee on the Ji.dician: instnict-- President amid Messis Baltzcll, Cooper, Hunt, Love, Kuuall, Poj:, The bill to be entitled an act to amend the several acts
ed to eiujuinMiito .aid repoii tl.e exi cdifi.ev of )3rcst Robiou Sanchez. "Warren and voted for and Messrs tivc to reads and bridges was referred to a Select Corconsistnor
tnc: m.m5iioners ..i.pri.ufd: 1 1 5 leet a m i 1r< tinf itni j iJi- ._ : j.aing some : Wright, ,
iy...eil, l bpriuiel I io: it.e sj of t'ie iar.ii! er.s under te to atitliori..c toe to otl a I1sc.zaiLItLr tIttIOI and al- Byrd aivi Fitzpatrick, against it. of Messrs. "NVnght, Hunt and Pope.
-
oi"i o CiIfI1i1I' i'f tiu! coinn'itt'-c the aiipeunlOiM'ii.co % ) the istign 'h te! 'rit ol CIlI. 5xd its1icjeidjiji. The following engrossed bills, were severally read a third tir.ie and Ttie bill to be entitled an act amendatory of the several
on sUiit ivi \ l tased. of the duties of ..
:' r. 1t111I11g! I (1)4I I : 1 concerning the administration estates and e
I ':'. .ckci c.Uiiillit1i (0 v:1 A bill to be entitled, an net to establish the rate of pilotage for the utors administrators and guardians read! a 2d tine
e15c was
;'I i.t:; T p Cio.uc .4 ftcLll IJIC ; Govcmor. Kiig'i rJzabtt.A ; e : jjJ Cataine \ iiC--- Si. J1l1ii53 and Nassau rivers. ordered to be engrossed and read a 3d time on Saturday next
tci-ig A bill to be entitled! for the of
an act to provide building a jnil at
EXECU J'IVE OFCI; iJ\4! -2 i.ihon u.ciu; so,*.u;ate. in,> tlic consideration) uul lindit.u Kf y West. The bill to be entitled! an act relative to the introduction i

JAN. !), 1 .. ;. S } ..t.jusi cause for) g.aziug: t oil petit MOS, Iv leave to Ue A ill to be entitled, an act to repeal an act concerning the Liter- slaves," was mat'c tne order ot the day for Monday next.
J.-. derituui The bill to be entitled act (or the relief of 1
t
iSl'.l: :--I :linve: apji'x'e l and acd ie! ioU-iu < i iuxscd! i.>!( : liien-of.! 'try furd.V digressed an
by. ?' e <> ,icii ; dt.c iMWofCn tiled u* I jit-- btcn.t.irv.of; 3 { 1 ;it! .. t l-Ui-E:: Jioui tnjsen-ri c ):ninttoi: to \VIAOI1. hid: been re- Jail ro H" nulled, an act to Incorporate a company to be ralie J liam Hail was made the order of tli. i'.ay for Tuesday next.

ict : t i-i! e.l u.e i ,>out>IH': of t.K-.n citi/.easof: J.i(1IOL1 cotnty, reported the St. Andrews ar.d Chipola Canal Company was read a second The engrossed bill to be entitled an act relating to the i iof

jv i JIM ;'K ttt. relief ;'i.e heirs of Wri Aryi.A i a (Ont-. : m.ilfd' a..ct tj Irilijse a c-i.niv to lc Killed the I time and ordered to be engrossed and reid a third time on Monday sub:* out writs of error, and prosecute appeals in the Cofappeatsofthe

aci ui t-.u tri 'diJ'da. ] f.*. ut\' '! i -vtr.te, (,, ,,:CI \ViS read: a first time and ordered toaMCauu next territory Florida, wa* committed boa <
pi -
i1
incirnip J)4a111 czay he !hill to he entitled, an act to incorporate the"} rn =tecs of Cluincy
who reported
Mr Warren
iCUiinig iu Monday next.i mittee of the whole, in the chair,
i I .-. b\ ..i* Academyvascommitted to a committee* of? the whole, i'.ir. PTipein :
; .j tiiocviui.'bi.tti. on enrolled bills with amendments the not concurred ini
A'i act to amend the act entiled : reported correct- same report was ,
nn act i.iarriage I ir. i .d the chair who reported the same with amendments the report was
1 ci e. S 4 > Art: : concurred in, and the bill w as read a third time and passed. house-Mr. President and Messrs. Baltxell, BvnlHunv"Nuttall
Ai I .ot i.-auiDinUo) iic! :iin.sirior: of Dr. J. G. Tongue dec'd.TU and \\ rigtit-7 votes for and Messrs. Cooper, FiU
jcl toihcr and amend tSie c.iarter of ihtUai H of.a. 1cnsa- : : Ze. rdeeed that the title he as aforesaid. ,
>. S A : int vioU/iKr& i.I te. he engrossed bit! to he *niitl.-d. an act to alter xnd amend the several rick, Pope, PriestRobiou, Sanchez and Warren. aiz5nst$.
;: riiti.-ncd I tin -,.
a< to fcr the
I iivic.ie or t.vo errors in the cnvulineat <.f the 3d act, i "he f.>n ;>>iii .ii rs ,ij. j.-ir.te-i t-j c.imine provide and select corapentu.ijn site tor- act in regard to a Treasurer and Auditor of this etritory, was The House in committee of the whole, Mr. Hunt iaj

?hic.i 1 rctuia ioi coin-cttoa. mt 4 tJ"rfl'tn.: ;% :tli h..s rz.'ns i : disnrreein a read a third time and passed tssr iaitzeil l, v ooper, i1 itzpalrick chair resumed the further consideration of the bill totetnts

Voui.- R liv 4 II.! .fI > s ;yt aivs.: ., r'.i-midcre''< aiuJrtj cc-d; Messrs. I-'itzititrick Love. I ope, t-'riestt lobiouancbez and arrcn. voting for, and "an act relating to crimes and inipden;t-anors" who rer
? *
jxvif ; Mr. I'resident with Messrs byrd; unt, \uttall and "v. right, against
JAMKj Lf. WHb i'CO'r Jr. tj.M'.twii uricii, t'>i'iig t-.r ..:\ir.PiCbidemamt vifs.st-.Bill- pro rre>H and asked and obtained leave to sit arjam.
it. Unlerod that the title be afore iid. '
t Hoil. A. lC15LV, $i MA, lt\i d, i .SI4'j ci, L'.T. I'MJ c, l'iu st I Rouiou, banehtz} and \\ rifrlit.. as >>: The House then adjourned until to-r.-orrov I'O ocriti.JM.t1tT.
tI leii a.aur he hill to be entitled, an act for the relief of Samuel Crosby was
I 2 ( 1 toe C 4. 41C !. j I iia-A'-Ji it. < read a third time and passed. rdcred that the titir: be as aforesaid.

I .iy ..ci U .rneiid t ic net entitled aiuici concerni.ii tr.anli Jid ug M.r rn..ri.'forn 1 thchonte* tat he had ai.nn 4 veil- --- 'I 1 he bill concerning the Tax ( ollectors and treasurers of this 'i cr The House met puruatxt t. adornment aitla qt.ortni1

1' Uc-.Mv, \vas i-ec'nuiilaed and anieudtd.Miie ; 1i4**l.ha actUiihc, he rj.na.o' the l ri'.tlec* cf Jcflirbon 1' ade- ritory- was coiiimiUXi to JicoinnnttPeol the whole r. anchrzii i: the the iniii .tes of vcsicrday were read.

1'F'F'F't. .5 jwusc tea udj *umtd until to moiroiv 10( o"c' -c.i;. .|: a (ft rrj chair vho reported the s'inie with nmei.dpiei.ts ; the report waeon- Mr. NU'i'TALLgave H UCP that he WUMOrI some fla

Q-lth. ..1 .'ja( mi t-. ,-, ..n it'5 '. a :!W.x: *'. Ckm iiibto estat-lihii uic title a thrrt-ferry cut red i a, and the bill ordered engrossed and read a third time onatcndny den dould introduce a bill u be entitled, an act fortbtIiei'of

Tiie house mot pursuant to a.ljoup'/ncm ai.d apresi' (,\cr i'e.' >,awi4juin; LT, \ li-.h die Uo\eiur ;- next. Ti.omas Brc.wa and Frederick \. ecdon.Mi. .

; : t, tic! i'li'raicj o!' vs1e." .iv were ie.ul.Mr. *rtL acting subbcqucnily he bill concerning usury, was ordered tu a second reading OP \ion- i-TiZPATKlCK cave notice Unit on Monday11.v. ? .

\VAUict1N: iutro.ii.c.-d bJ i ut- u.il n.r *1It( r. Uf t f M.u Hhymcs day next ak leave to iitroil.ce a but, to an>rcd the act eLitt
a jo bo etitnlcd: j -was
in.tfinitly -
an act toost. postponx. 'i he engrossed bill to be entitled, an act to alter the time of holding
1Jj'.1l; ii ooandary luie !Jiotwccn Lca and Jeu-i, :-ctco; eeraing lae election ofmeiulsers of the Legislativescl
t. )> Jackson made of lu!
ou c. ui.- iii fid.. the : uperior court in county was the order : Juy
tie1 .vii.c'i vv.is ieui a fiist iiim.Mr. .-. r jS l: uier.iurn of the bill! fwr iJ.c relkf of Lemuel ;,t. for 'lud day next of t t.i- ierrit'rv of Florida: and for other purposes.h. .
I ..
F.HES i' gak-e nouce, iu.it on some. A.tuieday.u; uou.d3Sn ( i: i.e lj.il *. > 11i'tIflltt.)I. iiui.lui)), J a.i.O. .,..,, (t.tiulittjrisp The engrofSt'd bill to organise and form a new county in this Territory : FOPil ST..VV jiotictf that on soit.e future day M *

i.'nve to inttoducc a iui! 10 he i'iititie! ) an ;ict to irj.eaS an0ct i A.eaiK.u- Adair dt .u. 'i. wus (1 ttmntieu tu a c.tni.itu-c of The bill for icion of th On i.Il. !'1r. Love added toicommittee. the Mi
c.itmcd to
an; act ebtabhs.iing ifciryoicr tile nve auvvanA Se win i, .u.. Co .per u: Hie onal., whu} aik.u provide iho'ding next Legislative ii.oti'Mi Iii 1'ope, was

.tCci, ) 2St LW. I bSI-. i aiiU o i r.eU leave vObii d ;iusnm JMority.re-ported!; angicaii'l Council in Au/justmef, was idere-d ton secoutl reading ou Mondavnexf .

bill t. be entitled, a.i .ic.. soldiers atui i.14_ o.u .,- u.. ctiuuedanuctto I I'I BALT2.&I.L crave totce: thai on to-morrow, he W
c.Mce'imig seamen, up.-al an act --fltP'led, an act t.
1 tne service* -if tie iJaiteu ct.iiu iuco i.-.j-a.e ti.c Prcs.iicht and 1'jrcciors of Ui Literary land > he engrossed bill o b< entitled "an act regulating the mode of introduce hi) t II- t te entilled, an act authorising FarishliSoaton

M--. BYKD I 1rxa A LI v. M, It2o-Aa.sroinmiucd aj suing out vvriis ofenor and j.iioj.ecul.na n; .fas! m the Court i.f Appeals [ Graat.oni! iul ti.e heirs of Charles' \\ iihau. ou Wb
give .vjt.ce, tat on ty>;ue f.ture day: no wtmidasi coa ouninuuv. i hc wnvle, in the Territory of Florida-was o.dered to be rccoivrnitted to a ,
tejve introduce bui .Mr. Jiynl, ifi ,ue chair, who reported Llic but wiui draw l ti.e St. Marks mer.
; a to be entitled, an act t'Miicorpoiale anendnu-ntb, wi.ichiep.rt cuniinittec of the whole to mortow. a ndgeo or 4

a B.uik in f ula.i: ee.Ms. .nas c ucurreu in. Order-5 thai the liiJc Lii' nf be, an nci toiqi.ai 'i he t ili to be entitled an act relatiug to crimes and misdemeanors, The follow ing resolution was otH-icd by Mr.Cooper,rca-

:. vVAiiitEN presented the ;ptrutioii of Euzaucih Upte- to; oc cu,11 rused t.-t TOMcerning iiLI l read the third literary fund, and ;haL hit bill as amend- was read a iM time and committed to a commiuce of the wHole, Mr laid on the table. '

%S_ grove, pruning ..) be divtnc-d fiom hei hushed t.Jjee.i 1. j pkro i i.u uii. i., i>o nulled, an a. aci to time 'o m--rrow. Hunt in liie chair, who reported pagress and askeci and obtained "Be further Rcsolrcd, That the Governor of th-sterni
prohibit citizens
; \-c whica u as. road ami .efeaed 10 the ele-cl coniuiittou rai.j whii ihe: Inuians, and fur othe. our from trading leu veto sit again. be and be is hereby requested to use his endeavors to trw
purq 'st-*, was rec iirniiitte i lo a coin.5Ltct Tiis house then adjourned until to-morrow IU) o'clock. the counties for which tbey *
on ,cstuJay on u uiinar petition. ; l ihe'whoie, ir. Kubiuu in cluir the laws of this session to
ti.e w.o th.taaic
i lie ais(> predated the petiti.m of Catharine Wiles, praying with ainenumcius, the rcjH.n was concurred in, and re-pirted the bill ord- red in JANCART 27. signed, at the earliest period after the printing of the aUt.

to be divorced from ner uubband Jonn Ketr, of whicn ti.e name bci.igioiscdaiid read a third ime to morrow. The House met pursuant to adjournment, and a quorum being The preamble and resolutions fiillowing were offered oj

SS dutrxisili.m ivas made. iliu emoiled out cntiticd.an ict to provide for the building! of a prt ent the minutes yesterday were read. Sanchez, read and adopted. .rf

Mr. lilfrtD presented the petition of Benjamin Fisu JAU a. ivey \\ es., <%as rtcoiu.dcred and rniinitted toa committee of i>lr. Oi'E introduced the following bills which were severally "Whereas by the act incnrpr.ratinp the City ot&u.fjj

.ing to beroleaed Irom t.e payment of tae tax on ictaiiersf, :pray-1 tac v iiUie, Mr. Pope m the chair, who rep u ted the same with amtnduiuiitb l: read and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.A tine' appiovetfthc lltu February 1S31, it is matTe thej

.Bpiiito liquors wtuc.i was read and referred to the committee oiscd, \\iacli and read report third was concurreu in, and the bill oidered to Ue tn- bill to be entitled an act to create a stay of execution on the City council of said city, to make provision, s and

11 11t .011 claims.He g. lhe bill a time to morrow. judgment!? obian.ed in the courts justice of the peace.A school for the education of all free white children of both
to tsiaulisti the rates of Pi.a; for the bar of St. John'i bill it) be entitled an act to certain from of said which d1
also presented a petition of many citizens of Middle Flor dnd .Niu.saunve.s, was read a scnui-J time, Mr. ollei.d exempt property residing within the limits incorporation,

ida,,pray ing for the cnarter of a Bank ii) the city of Tallahas- substitute which was accepted and subn.iued in Ooper f a execution or attachment. said city council have been unable to perform, a committee
i tut- ""
>ee, wnicu was read and laid on tie table.! whole, Air. Hunt m the chair, who reported the bime with amend Mi. WARREN introduced a bill to be entitled an act to inCorporate of the want of a suitable lot whereon to erect the ""

Mr. BALTZELL presented a report from the select committee ments,the report was concurred in ai.d the bill order to bo egross-: the Town of Jacksonville which was read and made cessary for that purjuise.

to whom had been referred the resolution requiring the ed'and read a third time to moi row. me order ol the day for Monday next. Be it therefore Resolved, That our Delegate m COflt

Judges of the Superior Court to alternate in their respective 1 he house in committee of the whole, Mr. Robicu in the chair, Mr. HIEsIDENT introduced a bill to be entitled an net to and he is hereby requested, to use lib endeavors- Ob

districts ; whicn was read and laid tin the table. moved theturthcr cunsiueration of the bill to be en.Ued, an net regu aintiid an act to establishing a ferry over the Suwannee which Congress a donation to the said city fAunistine0ft

Mr. BYRD from the select committee to whom had been lating Court the mode of suing on. writs of ciror, and prosecuting annuals was read and made the order of the day for Tuesday next. ment lot, known in said city, as the "Old Hospital 1O;
ue of
referred the petition of Mrs. E. W. m Appeals of the Territory of Flor.da-the bill was Mr HUN T introduced a bill to lie entitled an act to amend erecting thereon such buildings as the CitY
Adair bill with purpose
reported be reported amendments
a to which
as concurred in,and the same ordered an act entitled to raise a revenue for the territory of aforesaid. -
act
entitled an for the
an act to authorise the sale of the real estate of Alex tube engrossed and read a third time to morrow. may deem necessary purpose -

ander Adair, decd.! : which was read a first time. The engrossed bill to b,. entitled, an act giving a lien to mechanics Florida was read a first time.Mr. Be it further Resolved, That a copy ol this prearowe
He also certain NUTTALL presented the petition of Enoch Dudley, lution lie forwarded to Delegate, with a rpnuew
reported from the select committee, to whom had m : cases, was committcu to a cnrnrniit. c of the whole, !%ir. our
been referred the petition of Lemuel M. Turner-a bill to be Warren m thc chair, who reported the same with tho enacting clause praying to be divorced from his wile Sarah, which was read will bring the subject before the attention ofCO3g'

entitled, an act for the relief of Lemuel M. Turner which stricken out-The report was c.ncurred in. and reicned to the Select Committee.on divorces. present session." .I|

t read n first time. ; was 1 he house then adjourned until to morrow ten o'clck.. The same gentleman also presented the petition of Richard Mr. WlWiHTfromtlieeoimmttee on the Jodiewyig*

He also reported bill-to be entitled THURSDAY 26th. Walker pra\mg an act to permit him to sell certain real estate to bo entitled, -an net redialing judicial pr oceedmgs

J Iary Rhymes from the select committee, an act for the relief of The house met pursuant to adjournment and a quon an being present whica was read and referred to a Select Committee, consisting a first time and made the order oldie day tor Tuesday' ""J ?

referred her to whom had been the minutes of yesterday were read. Messrs. Nuttall, Robiou and Love He also reported, from the Select Committee towfij", ft
.
petition.Mr. Mr. PilIEST introauced a bill to be entitled, an act concerning Ma. BALTZELL introduced the following resolution which had been referred a bill t.i bo entitled.'an act toreg i -
BYRD from the committee to whom had been referred soldier and seau.en, which was read a first lime. | certain officer*'which was road a first time.

the examinatioa of the Bank of Florida, made a report, which Air.- AllHIiN introduced a bill to be entitled, an act to provide was laid on the table. Mr. NU rTALLfn the Select Committee to '
'Was laid on the table. for the collection of judgments against free negroes and other Resolved, That the Committee Printing be instructed to had been referred repoitt-d a bill In be ventilled. "an Ct10'

The further consideration of the bill to be entitled, an act for therein'named,which was read a first time and ordered to a persons second make a contract for the Printing of the laws of the present the ale of certain real estate of Walter Sounders- deC"!I.' -

I the relief of Samuel reading on Saturday next. Council and report to this house to-raorrow, so that the samemay"be was read a fir>t timr.
Crosby was postponed until further
a
Mr. NUTTALL presented the petition of Allen \V. Colcman. 'commenced immediately.Mr. Mr. PALTZ I.L from time Committee on the Stale

praying compensation for ir.edicincs and attendance f iven certain NUTTALL'from the Select Committee to whom hat retmrtrd a biU t-. be entillpil. 'ati act to organic a e**""* vy
eill beeatitled
j to ,,, aa act to provide for holding the next irioner wljlj was road and referred to a select commlttc consist' been referred the petition of D. 4 W. Goldman reported a bill Columbia, which was read a first tiuw and entered to & eL





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Ii Icz in VTGm the tlnlte States Telefrapfi. t *, -ui TftPV ennotrt /r. m, tU.e %,dlu%
Alliance tthiclicuntvYor
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A Holy Europe, you perceive, to cpberos. look upon tl aa a. monster, uf Mrs belvil.e.
letter' granaUiTuUi i Mayo
Mr. bEKtiliiNi wiL be se uy a pi
? n4)L 1 I it the tIeLr5ert
und cnrne. ee wethi uusgi.uuvuau v VA.weC.uy.LuOrI4ttY ham during tiun ill and

--- o'r a.enti.irkjSweden, anth&prway.ana eathl '. V, gitii1II ," winter canie owjbto m tMb1 f&tt*%

N a I hence Sweden bccame a tnbutarv' ;kingdom! to ty,1 !ud.1. know untt it 4.n. rtrucuoa wIdth 4f.H *vf.has u been ws given> ytheWslx T,' and": :iHes have been swept <&?&u vi: >
: 'f Lijit.Y-T.' atefe dnSubjcetion IAJUDeuumrk. it beobueof: power flEur'P ; nd4ia1tii *- ithteiTse3; to'lte peecfi "i icn* he del many yesm.H Itieiwisoalaabeen: pecxJhtlv -:;
?
; it *' '. I Iq was I .. efe4 MafcdgevilIei Ki'iWuifji% ?edo UwtKe taU' 'Tfierebiv tsecavnjdrei.eatw-joClnfli.etizft
-A1AJj4 4I -J beiwceaaiuniseir and within the last ten duyy, than have tike place lor
Si on>'hom the Swedes the a iurineni' qriore pf con dtiqUeS &it' .
beginning peace
JANUAItI memory *
\n famfitwThave
.
roRN1NG, *w "&, Vgresb General Jac&sbn mvolvetlie jasue of tnrtii or .a tone line past. Many had nx .or
fijijD.tv of th 15th cetifuryt ronfetred the Sovereignty of civilization. I but feof-.th.
I I yet'
; fa be., nl believe him to ,be uicapawe $)f tiie'ctmcession eight sick at once; caifen ,
1 the of Russia asa, curse I ot we
Crown look
IL$3IOflS and made
LAU the hereditary, upon friendship lain. Upon this .subject haveeKded'fataUy. Itw diseases- flOtdeMnc-- ,
I imputed td -
licld.e V
a daY OiC I descending to hia male issue, fru tavus Vasa -the patronage of Ku&ua like the hugs and em- before is explicit. live than the influenza, under which jrany of'o r
the letler
cumpi3t ;iusiier brucoi of mare winch destroys repose, ,&. us fallen victim 'I
of a iwgnt inhubiianta have
Revolutionist
t1 (' 'Will bC 110 was a: great and atlerwarda a I would To'THE AMIB.ICAW PZOLE.FfOIU.tle! < begin- more aged
to
ttUSt tht acctfl'flt f ft t I aus.ry cr au tithe I distinguished Sovereign. He was, entrusted beget weakness and misery ; und conditions say or ing of the present'mouth, I Have been confined to We liave never witnessed a less,gay, iadeeclse .r
ptcas- France, carefuiiy avoid making any Christmas
penptc'littIeO.roWi arc ;' I with nearly unbounded prerogatives, and these any-treaties, wiiu a power vvnose onl.\ object is to lIly room, and for the greater part of that tune to I-1 may say, a more gloomy- : V

"-4 t1tre Iasbcenbtt i ihU' auamented Guavu1 order to betray it and my bed, by a bilious and inflammatory Ie' -
4'" '-- has tctu sircrui ti \\cro, % po8 by obtain your coundei.ce in fever has intermitted. My From'ihe Nc w-Yi ork Constellation.xG .. V
1 that cVCT ncasure Adolphus, the right of succession being then tobe let into our secrets and intimacy in order to am still so, though my SHIP.-A seafaring friend ofour'1j-
had deemed it necessan? to"deuy to me m- A
on its own merits. extended to the female line. In the minority ruin youi reputation lav bare your weaknesses, pysician Some I
faIl the the since
of was
,,* hold the nert session of the course with my friends and to Keep ltom me wnat- following slory. years iying
t" :.Anl%-, will. be made to Itwilt ft'lli: h(iw .ver, of his uarghu: Christina. the Nobles acquired and then attaCKjou.wild and'Aegieat as uiass thC beasts inhabitants ofprev cv'er might pioduce excitement. The system is in lie pott of Bordeaux, and when on shore used

gt. Augustine.the mca&ure, an.I muciin' such an exorbitant authority, thai the clcrgy are as forests.savage The only civilued at length relaxed, and letters" from vV aMmiguui, frequt-nlly lo dine at the English Cotfee-Hor.se.

sU ill result frem will be urnxl.' B sidesicqwrt' citizens and peasants, res-olved on shaking and vvuici cultivated over-run'jwruon the was IlubSian Poland, which were received Uvday. and yesterday, nave Here I met many British officers and some fevr.
Americans. tie latter was the captain .of
and iCOfl the facu that 1 have beendunng Among
ra'nS'0 induce a legislaliveditaiioc oil the yoke. Always a conical between i \viucn rose to .snake oil" her oppressors, who announced to me
r1P iaieiy schooner who excessj.riK
Yankee annoyed us
str( ng of a foul and bitU-r a ,
confinement the object
"I at a from the public records and power and justice, as well in Sweden as else approncned hei again with promises and snnie.s, my I by his purilanical manner of relating LA g.i-v-

b<'11"meet"iidarcnu.val of them from place to place, where, but happily in the end justice generally but vho U now destroying .er by millions confiscation of inhabitants iKimny.A certain degree of evidence has been obtained |i ances-ihe ground of whicn was as follows! :-laj

their entire 1'iss would'lie UazBv.tnllc I This proved a favorable opportunity banishment and death. Out of fifty irt Bordeaux he had lost Ins reckonn.p a .d.
e"4C8te thou-lu o1>s triumphs. be .said to be irulj civilued. fir this calumny, by resorting to tae despicable ar- j coming ,
prcsCIl1 m..ans of mmuncaUofl-t\ c for Charles XI. to obtain formal session not he can since U- liceof giving extensive and early en eolation to a '. had sjioken a British vessel for the purpose ni -
rJ&'i% be d'ne by A ceiiturv has scarceiv elapsed even one Instead however of
i1ut vtuld certaiuing it. receiving! a
C v\nicn tleycioprd from the delivered by me at
1. I lfll.S. o: absolute sovercijcnty, quietly niversily'xvas there. Tlie lower orders mere extract speech
rclotLc-hi'r.H.K of TalisLass, c, tOn pur- | his SOIl the famed Charles XII. Miown attached to iiliedgeville-and by tne suppression of that part | satisfactory answer, from some cause or ot.xr,
on strong
:. ; dirt eaters, arc
are
arc v, great i.sedin
from the
(
to he t'-n p.T-n tc it which would have the chaacter probably slrange language baiTing;
I Lo i nVd-e tat! this was of.&ucden. Onlnstleath thy Ssvodcb conferred drmk "me livers of Saints and images, and are 01 entirely changed
; , i have not he received only some gruft"rcpl r, amounting: to a
/f ,, Gol ron.-ns The of the published extnct. toe
the ihione bis sister Ubrica hut of )erstiti w3 even to insanity.
i *>n course, sui refusal which mortal ofitnce io the Yanlcncjplain
fcva leas. laboured vindication if gave
lo vi.-htud a: ability lor a even
; fchonld with sort ol pflyiCaI
.- t .-- 1i'.ciic \vith most limited-and she re- multitude ate so >tupid as Jo adhere a and wh.ch he frequently dtoared
rogativus I think it does was a
44 'F i-ri tsryI pit and the occasion called for it ; wi.icu:
llh :"a.1 '*'H'fl1 u> the 1 p1I' IIII I -i.ned the Crovyn to her contort Frederick..Sueuon ido.itrous v.icr.uiou to the and clothing tnose are sliecpSKinroboi. most lot. 1 shalr l>e brief; for my case is simply stated, breach of lie; laws of all nations, and that he
zis 514.I( of former-times
I ti,. admirable mHll ; should report it tO'th.e President as soon as lie rci -
!.. iL'u has atipuhcddn example to the yet more 1 may have erred in my estimate of .> hat is just,
closely
; -lVruHi-faiU honorca 1idi1ece most
Who turned. We never sal dow to la hie without buing \-
f i.t.i frM a i-rrafii I t time oi the pifservalion of the pnnriplao tneii barbarous ancestors. iberal, and magammous in relation to a political i
of the -and savage CiIUi1 deslo.e. adversary-but 1 am incapable of truckling any tlie wlole atiair partciinri7.cd.! It was mortifying
u people" absoluteand
the! ssoveroijnty Si of Russia is
;
( 1
I lie veiegn ; to me thus lo be c.posed to ridicule by a
( -rt 'f Ar'v.s j awi Vionarchs .'.1) have been elected He is the C/.ar of tae North-the despotic nan. '
tc
V i-d..v R .; .)U I... IA(1 NP.IIS: ; v\ hen the anti-national Son of iiasilules-atid the onwibruly I p.efaced the allusion to the dissolution of the countryman, and I renio&traled with bun, but l;>
di'-ccnd.uitof Inc
o'it refractory or effect the sLhcc:.
havo turned no on
tJ.f i
Uio j-riiicipalciM-sd-v Urea The cabinet, by the declaration, certainly not complimentary V
r.-are of the
m i'eter
h' ; liaveV"r.ist.v been got rid of Krotin represenlat.ve to the President that retirement One day at table, just as he was commettcir.
,
ninuTL'ifa> S iit> rs.c -c'l.J they the bu my
rrHi-'N > 4Jt Monarch: was the ;-. sion iiusaia bv Napoleon was greatest the old I desired )hmi to desist lor a few mement.s
: eii'i! it of storj',
from service the result
M (:'ALL .ti'-l \\ Ai.KF.r t"i iirri..ii tne .%. tin WOUld haveIkt the public ; was a course
\r t f'y "srs act ol ins me. success
i a t ,.. till 1172 'bLitn I lue woist and.suher me to re'ate miiie. The alien-
of In reference
mi: \3-. L. fc.r haS ".ted one in Europ.. n an unnieusc good to humanity-las failure has dictated by my own sense duty. toward
whole drawn
lion of the was *
tt li.OSl 2.. I > l) whhzu.1a2 : and still to this event, this language a just sense of self company
.,.jo te..iied to rivet lue cimas WhiCh bound of what is due to the cause of public roe, and I proceeded as Ibhnws, using the naror.tof
iitya1 But -
resptct
I r''t"T'1''a Art iy I ,!heciIs the absoluv? b.nd l..is a.itl birbarous people. ,
.l-411' T" ioment ; ignorant the Yankee e.ptnin anJ his mate, and adopURi;
the
: I sacred to sa1cn-
1w ietined morals-to most rights-
'_ n- -> .itiJ '.<%*. *I'I.d: () orv. 1792 he v.as asas.i.ipri'io .;a IL noiwiU tandnig ibe despotic nation of the Russian ef domestic your life-and to tiuwc household a flec his language ris nearly as I was able. Now ii
the V
I iHiiv< s. lint n. -overnmeM, it is deculed.y unfavorable to ty Tobias chief of
of who
the was owner a
VJuI. - td jy.. jn. Vis: ". C, Crftne Arpied !b} PTIAMtf I Itvu, leaving; his son Gi_ ii I'VJt-. "*.,' minor, who at amed his majortu : r -vvii be supported; no loiter, commanded by Jonathan, whose surname was
.1 ih'Lt, and l.jn.irj LK f r jiK-IKx] -rtvcrstu .%"l vi.tce-s .. be made or liCvetLier whicn I have taken-to alter a sentiment whicu I
In ISOy anotncr revolution took .ssa:1 must Cram, Laving a mate called John, winch by in-
I
1v4 r-ti 1? 4t o U A sr> i L. pi* j x ui-'ltinl. co-> .!.- ce. Ttiebsi: J.hmurnr.lsinsurrection have avowed. I stood before that company by '
IiActr.i hndIJM.TZRI.Liit.i King and his family were deposed aiicsimcic wi.l uk- act of tcrprcl&uon, rr.eancth a Ihing. And Join,
J ; 1''i- thiistk-clarationin the very reasseitmg every
g
( !(4T( 4 I .. ; eersfrMrtiamiouiice,
: of the third of ni ht
%M ir C hirr.s: raised to the Throne, and the .ave icceived t.oin bt. .. Ol| tO* order, und statement contained in my two addresses to Inc having charge watc. the j jItovernmcnt
f.-r
q sail. And *
: : I declared to he monari-hieal and I xv*; S..il Litnunni:! .s ieKc: '.. v- jjt ||;isindeedf public: -re-eMabh>hing their positions-re-afnnn- discovered a strange and i.e vccemje*whtT'Jonataan -
g ;, has M.rcccded to ... ., their sentui.cnts-ar.d renewing the declaration V vas sleeping: said untoHJ a
rev* ,
C wi'f L'ziclurs ,1-itd i
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>
1'. E M I f1tT- ;* rs: PJiilps hereditary, uith limitation to the mine i-.su; [ ing An'.i Joimaitmau
mat lraiuiru. Wiln-i n.ov... .,! to in stranger apprt'acetti.
I H.IO.I.;i \t ,41 of my deternnnntion yield notnuig re-
V'vLtI and failure the Diet choose
AnieJ- on to a s.in.-ces-.sor. vI tx oh ) t L'i. and i iethmg said. 'arie thou amid o
( I
: upoi
himself aul
**"Cii raised in v iin. I '-iU-m to either. Now, let any man a;lc take
; ir.b sCv: r 'i rc /. r'versd Bra'kPi1 "weI I ( hark XII1. having no i-suc, the iJmi in ol Kevohiiion I uuMtot !.. >\ &.,,..,( 'III. { b-ics iinmLithuanians a. jnetiie! statement i ma le, the sentiments eswi. a horn in thy hand, rind when Strano-pr draw

:- inn : I I. tifl.TI, I IbiO elected Prince Au u.-tenbnrp, who died I II c.u.i-.ot. and ;'i.. ':ie nnb.icauon .! -t.e views enhihitcd by these adihe sesprcs ,., sa> unto nun, Rlrajge.> whence coraest

when clet Biinadotte be I to ineir f.ii luei st te of fil thou : An.l; John arose and went decami
riaiii'Iffs a'K1 C ti. f'r Pers-in1ati. I m Itill ; it -ted to Slavery. ,tM.; .un- > u rrcsii'.cnt oi the U. States. Let ; upon
r.*' i Li" Ciowned Prince, who on adopting the LuthI 01!' news in the Uussnn Journals troni t.Mn >f I CinCCrziug tt cuI just re-assertel tnem in took a .lorn in ,us linnd, and when the v&>ieJ drevrniii

\\ .-. ; \o;>TRrT-AiirffJ; Fo.-l'tnr-IUiT/EI.1. ( Ufl religion a5iun iIt. aupiisiual d-ina- tues m 1-rnpe: and e.' ;fchlly the pub'rc-x. ,,jod I tim renentl tor.t ..!! let linn make one he stud unto him, stranger whence cop.estt.
f .w.-.us CAMICHLL ft-r dfe:1s-airitd : ,-bau\s WhCu tile the IJoie of Lr 1 .-on ? and t.e answered l
pace) in "i.cir whole extent ; and .. Len my ot',ect tor stranger and said, Go
lion of v Iii k' John, nuHKceeil\ to the "
V.t. tiiiil Coinnioiis in KnuLiiid, and in t.e Cumbers | V reflection. If ii i.an i.ve tempted to.- And John said unto Inm, *peacebe

/. rs: flrn17ind- ART.fur planiiT; \\ HICUTf Throne v.itlioiit the le.iat .ippo itjtiii in 181>. of Pers and Deputies of Frai.ce, must tend), and ; fuitiiv *i.e Tfe'idcHttnai cou'u' e of- with tl.rc, thou blasphemer T And when rooming

> ,. ( ,! "filrnrtl : V, FI n. C'har)
;:'' 11 ;.t < },! >fjtf t... o rJ.c: -, frnn ihr j jj jn but i 14 iotd I ;nid iv:-jK'CU-d. 11<- haoten : CKt. cs to t..eir: ; leal position.1'tic tnus del.N.. ,,; cl so far f.om ljnpiuaita. 1 :.c said. unto J i'.n, what said the stranger ? He

:- :-x ndc\ii\i-uiu!;)i. I It vat uYM'd \ y \ rouriou J y u;.:iJtnd, ll.iltered by iranee, iiieazou inhabitants of the millitary provinces arc fensiveaddies-esv,. -vajCrated; him.rnusl ) .. hI tome, gtito And what saulstlheu?

.,J 'H'H. .:T.t lt mx*s frr jt1&ntitli, ..1h2 by an" ti' tnctittd i'iy liii--u. 'lb eourrt actually! demanding amelionatioris. Courland, r: 'cessaril:- have *.. -., niv a. ( rub.cd fel ow said u.. **;i.., 4 peace lie with thee thou blaspiieI V

Sir tG' "k-- v ti fri: >'. f t. !' !. -burti to det'i'u Sweden Finland, and! VoUna ale insuring on concessions. laving tl.ns announced u. '> ttie t.Vfit.of1 said unto n.. 'veil, Jol.n, thou spcakest like a
t es
vvisi :
Ti.c nations now bVgin to feel and ki.ovv that they citizens, tnat the relations v.t.. -. Irc.dnt ncr.' Tiou s>.Vit ,. .

e Tl. '|J! 2' %
f,4; uiirv q *iit ran tile tiialh o! the present) Kinii will tutt pro- redemption. It H no i.se taking good to a people I and myself \\ere to icmain uncnaiijiin ''-.r-e- r cc effi-ct of tins story wa= ir.- t'flDw'nded

i -'cLiiJ .i \f r i-v,"k; atiluafo>Rt dib th<- I ; ; !v rep.e ihe aun .je-, nah the I llulto e- if they are not piepircd to icccive and appreciate established, r. i I supposed, an insupfFahie i > H 'were never afierwarns bored with the uig Yankee

a 4r.... .. -. 5-s 'jennies urrLlc *lscs* T V J'wur rt.a. Al( ueu i huiis: mi.] oi.t.iiu th- -ie lion of a it. It is of no use encouraging propagawlism between us, I thought 1 n.id placed u.y&cii om con.plamid! of the captain of the -

; ''.. iOn iee. t I jp c avt : tet&I& tI-'iflhl ., 1 ii in Hus.-ia. Le them have books and nev\v.pa ,us |1)0 ition to disclaim for myself; any piivac con.pldhns .- IV;

I dt n, ijijriit (Le hist fewyoars i ivilization bus ;: ::: V'u.. l \iuilU4J4 :t c 11th
his tales and Ki'ni- uctcrminniion to eontmtitd :c> V4 csui..y
1 rIfl. IC I,1 'tc4 or puLlioh cijohn r give bipfOtt] I Lev as a
ratln [ he i.it.aied: -
iii.Kie e< Id!< is. : people are years
'1)-
thr c' :1' 1 e isaic int.t; pro fists, the Uusciians vvill in time feel tueir state of those measures of his administration, in which} i 'lSt.iC1lZL... LHI state of KorUl Ca-

\ eda jai.ahu-' v, a144] A Lc-hamy. i-.tiir.s 'is EbqC'I I \eiv>!t.n. 'I )hen) .\ iiiilaw) [ : ami many aI )- degradation, ai.d will demand that fi-eedom which had heretofore Ci :.cmrcd. I tnoi.giit 1 Could, do n.>i\eel K&ntiruphu.: .cemcd scTeral years in

r- I LtljL 11 I IC :i1iou.- v\oilu now i e d< aumded and cllert- is their right, ad without which they never cmhe this witnout the )possibility of being li-ih.e to tlie J rolii.wfirl' toi flay >;e ret. ,_"A..V ,11.>..fir-' setter?

Tvi: -:: :. : 4C' JflC fV svi'1: F crlarv 4'41 b.it Hum i a (le? iK vciy i i< iieriilh) lelt to a&v. )- men, but mu.- t consent lo remain aninials. We imputation ot having U-en ii.lli.es.ced\ any unworthy | the S. ; Iaiuc, andM .
I F ritsiud haN \M'' .4.f-, v.Irfl; 'v iheir I however that civiliy.ation motive hi tins I was liccoivcti. I wfls (.f A'H'ltu t I-I.a.: ; -V.----
*\ iv mttttr-r.- romain: in present >tate must not, smIJxe) ] is -----V.-.
Li rta-J n 'i. .'. 't- "ri-is .( *-iiitr :'s { mlp ? il nh'il I l a5t-i I dx tlccae o: the irignmg Mont not extending, and that rapidiy, in Russia, in right, however, and I feariessiy ajipc-ul; to rr.e i V
: d! mad r> 8 r ts j1)s1r i irosf t <:
> >r i. n : in tell} < '. \trm-r. V- e ar i.ai'vtr- : : !li. '''liticMntion, i of Jul_> l->..iOin"( \ spite of tie! (government-in spite of the Ccnsor- public to review its dcclsi >n. I am Lee to confess'that "-ri-IL
gn '. t &- is .-k ns'i i *m\iiistJy (4..fr a ar.IT lio\\ 'vr, ii.ul it. l.eneliLial inllnenee: at the finpthe Press-in spite of its geographical position I' ti.e conviction is deeply humiliatm;;-that I II _k.. A J. C.,. ;>c.* t Jl., late o, Jij e.son county
'--'ix-. i mi if iliviev *-'< f iht Actn.C G.--Y- whim is at the very verge of'the boundaries human I any I portion of the Amencan j pcope! e vtn thus tti %tliiultvfe auvvrtl4 :* l" take place /i," tfe! lith
tul: .iiiV5n7 i tl Ie 1j C < urt oi i'tOt kh'-lm, and many local and jcn- the arts and) the sciences and originally misled l by theg.irb-ed j-uhhcutrun of niy -
ai i' >x 1 pir ulaily 'n u improvement, ins:., % ; & i.tu.aoanly pLSi/-ittd by the illness cf ;hecxecuor.
; v '-' .itd\r\ qM-Mii-u v.i1 i !. Ofr.jyH, v.'lue ix ji.,1 I i, u>uieh: vi i t-cn adopted b) thr !ot \- weine.si not think that t.tj! Czar will l be able to | adttress, should) have fallen into sucu nn error.I .- I I''oiic. is how givwU, tL : the sale .-.ill l>e

l.in & r o < >t <'!' 'k- vilinvivss? fi l I' u f ae jr. l hIIIi(, \ hith \\ i'.id not othei\\i-ve haricen : prevent, in ihe process* of time, tjiat natural de- ilo not speak to tlie mere pariUan: ; but to those made at .bcb'. rxfoi ce r f ?lr. Calei, ml i urs-

Ch4 h .IKrf Oic l .%ii! %rr un r fr. V.'<- | r.ovii ) cttieil tO. in a few years vc may < \- velopcmenls of t ti-e I Jove of freedom which will result who have honesty fallen into this error, 1 would 1 day die 16th (:1y of Februay nx fld on die suCCCdirlr -

on '. < inl'-nra i n Ii s :- jre Mn'<'.l. *'c cmji et to vuisic.-h fmth..r changes ill the.) (ioycnm.eut fronuhe CCi1l *:it.u of Knowledge. lint this say, that I went to Aliilcdgeviiic, not seeking but dir, WilllJC the ii't ri prtcriLd by jaw.
;
: f (;*TiLiK V-e'.tSi Iv-hr '* r. J rt .- The saie itl ircb'dc and kitchen
r.iy I f&rnj-
olFisc resisted
will he work of 1 Unit lo of declining ; that time repeated urgei.cies -
the was :
. and iiititi. ol that and years; say
l i -
v. In.i. 'i i ; nr f.--. aid 1-V-ul n ii! e .oii country lure rarpr.Hcrs. s.iii.KX arc! plantation toois:
;
l be work of of much fnends on IMS sulct ; a.
but will
No of it the respected
.. :i re not ::ges, ;
4 ;' r!, 1util.flLpS, L14I "tKi'r ,m videil the < urt of St. Pt r>hur shall cotton piji, aqu-'nii'y ot piank and squar d tip.bcr,
and and iali
have continued
ami of too unless the IV.es! or while there, ? con
L vears, : inn \eavx ,
r c 'HMoarils 4ln; s.iiip, lir; x\c tor v. try five rmes! ariai:. f.t-rse catiie
v.
not uci eed in its .chemc "f elitf ting n ton ; lios, Qgfl, carts,
1 14 I) fl tilicl-nyj;li.ir.i pr'v'ct! '<> i3k] ( tt.e Lil;,;:Hiiians, iho Yoihynians or the Courlan- tinue to do so, under a seive of my duty to myself corn, peas, ivf.

fr 4 tuj \ if 1vi 1 1'k.. i>'< allw.. d. Tl. s fait \-- 1 1l1 1-: t-lo-e alliance uith the Diet oi Swden, v.e dese SUM..id again rise and succeed in shaking ntf and with a proper rrg.ud to what I owe to For all purrhas s nnicr! fifty dollars, cash -niil '* 3e-

itB : ..-i'li'-y si.i'ucr r.he' loctJeajan i iII v Ii ,ve every lational giound for hopm; ; that the the dominion of i.cojpjt>.Mn-. The Government the State I had therclore, no motive for huh required ; up' r. Mtr.-s exceeding Lizy dollars a: d TOd r 1 S

> f u' Mr. ow 5.p.iU& wibk\ raiJ c of liheity and civilization v. ill mnkf- rapid of ]!u&ii: i3 not I paternal Tiie government of I meanness. I will add, that since iny return toUeorgia one hundred iloihr?, a credit"of threi momht sndupw

Bit h1 a ,1 I e "
itfr i > Tvy-.ri; n tjrnv : ::i.ent. The 'ui.r -j veie., ii'i the]
< t\< n n s-atf I.AS i' p a l. .5-i y i r ft fi r- Mt.'t.i- tar opinion. hut tiil lue ove-iiiiticnt of Prt.ssin be and that I have natter yielded, nor been iuh opproved -niritv v il! be itquircct.
t' i1--, i'i .iK I.c-*"!'.* '!,( !.:>\t L.ui! n J-K( I.- Doimaikas, once a limited and elective may JoIN G. GA-.iBLE, Executor.J.xr.iuiry .
cal 1:1-d i tein-il : vvheieiis: tnat 1 I of it&ss.a cannot l be required to yield, any thing on mis subject. My
(1 i1n. I UI..l.fl. his IJr(1IClry. I
frM ('is.- Slat ltf.Se. 2-1 dsiio1t
: but i iGOO it amuHu ah.sointojuiti ;
Mor.aicliy: m ;
Milledirevilie
: I,. 11s i Oip *! trriif.-v n C' *n riivs* ui df i ca.led so. Tiie Czar i-* n dcsjwn a cornier-a political associates, who weie assembled: at -

..' ; P .u'l. r. *i 1or *li v c d'nTcr fr n i h., heteatary, by a revolution) almost unparailuled ) 1 I lovoi (absolnt ?nt-aUlit-ver in Ji ine riirht ; V will sustain this fclaten.tiu of facts SALE, to close C

n v % ( vs t f co-'n v OT.I K Ill w me ic'hi>crc. in history ; a free people voluntarily: I 11.1 pj.-i\v obcd'ei.c1and m non-iesis>iance he Hi wi.en it shall meet their ccc.I .

id *. w. ar .t c\.c: :ri'.tlforp their liberties nto the hands o; tnesrSovereign. i c.!!ivisicid t.at lie i > c(>i:>n>!i&Moncd by Heaven loinie think I ha\e wrested from this ca'nimnv its 85 P4-.ruis Svrect SupsrCne FLOUR

The of bitch) 'fatuity on Cti'-flhid his wifihe icgaitis as oalv inferior power to deceive. It a&criLcs to me the consummate 52 ( r.tks Livtrpool tlowi. bALT,
consequence
fl'EIIOt' EUR\P: ." d.Tneir folly of sacking to conciliate by ming.mir | 5 ) T.'S C >! FE'o..
hcivc been diaas-trous and though to tiiat of (*od. The KUS:>.MJS arc ojjpresr-; ,
since 31J.s
; Lrat GUGAP.
Tiieir duties' with f.niit iciternted and sciious crimi:.;>- ,
;
military
TO HT union or THE I.ONOON MORNING (lie Monarch, Iredcrkkl.I. i.no tiixes ;ne enormous. prae 7 I I'-arnisLni, p Ditio.
loigmng and seivicfs aiemost enormous. Nine-tenths areKl.ives. ; ton. I It in.jits to niL- this folly \\ithout} any iiinuvt !
1 CHKOMr: c. PARIS, Nov. 9, ib3l.H had Prince or oad u.an, yet the peaanlry arc: j jm Tnereniaiiiders'upiwt the goveihmciit, ; for 1 was hot an adventurer in quest of of- ;:O JCS l--a.cc.nl j: t1\uco.OIlS,

-' -L't ;i? conttuur(' our MOWS, and rn- a state of vassalage, and ate comparativeI j and arc laVeS 10 it, on the condition that they, I lice, but n private indixidr.al.! ; dec'inirg' the ])rof- i .I LA, .

<3eMrto mulisttnH] tho pnsi ion of Luroptatth I) dirty idle) and dispirited. The Dams: in their tutn, ir.ay opjiress the millions. There fert-d; fonfictpnre ot IPV fellow citi/.ens. It imputes it, 1.k..s bUAP

I -I I ,-e .f tips your IbSl.: perceive, though but slowly, that Iliey aieadly are exreetuins lotjiisn.le-splendid and guainushxcuptioi. tinsto me at a tune when I was in the flee and Apply to

4 Norui; > i5! otry merit n pas.-inp uord. A -. m arrear \\hen they compare themselves ..=;-In,l I speak of toe rule-and of the unrestraini-d e pio ionof my views and feelings V TAYLOR k KLFIN.
nuis-s. The Nobles are wealthy and nt .lent lo towards the I'.tsident, in relation to wi.oni 1 repeaiedy St.Marks, Jam.ary 31st 18. .
fl,111:40U: ; ofk.bitants\ ate tin* most \\e can aHpi -- with either the trench or Legli-b nations.he .
their inferior--: but they Ui-n.ble al the approach of :! utclaitd I had nothing to conceal, and
; t(. it-and th.s is in.itc an nkTaor of pues. late events in Belgium have opened) their to vitld. There is moreover comething in
the Czar, aiui dare nol him \\iluout committing iiotiiiiig
oppose
tli of dita or fit t. Norwav i is Messed w.ibaP'ni eyes. J ho spirit of rciorm has bc>iuii lo.show thee crm.e of ausassination. He is not t'- C t- (1 iri.tli itself! ; which will sustain the deci THE Subscriber inlonns his forn er cu&ion.erR

alar code tailt'd the Norway law, compi itself, and Ffcdchck VI. vvill! have sonic softened or enlightened: or inlmn.ed[ bv tt.e late nii' n 1 am about to make ; that if there be a and the nublx generallv, that intends car.yL.gon

t> l I. (.tj 1, (Ti'lspcjat thecotnni.ind of Chus11
*i 'V. of Dcmniil, the jreat l Iei-Iatr ofWsiouptr mont \\ lOCh has been lately manifej-.tud. But He looks at liberty as a vast evil, and on himself I judgment and my feelings would revolt, it would L R Ji JC h Jb &,-

}. P y thi lau pea-ants ate free, the Danes will move but slowly. lhi i is the as the being desuned lo crush or destroy it. His i I le lie aiiirnpt, hj r.ny net of mine, to deprecsjei and hopes to receive a liberal patronage,-he rillfurnibh

fift only excepted on sonic nublecbtitc near natural ie.suIt oi the action of their Govern I I subjects fear, bill do pot love him. He reigns, i I ihc leser.tment or conciliate the favor of the President n.ateriais and do work for the prestnt year
I ; I Ii-C:1115e no one is bold enough to dethrone him ; \ of the 1 nittd Stales to me as an individual. pr.\abie at the con-menctnient of the next.
wdf.rj4ktl: ,. Rut tlue) f pasante.. now akf"J ment. No absolute Governments are lavor- and he oppresses, l because no one daring enough 1 will add, that I should equally despise mjself ii N. 13. He intends keeping an assortment of

: Ii.. rt\ atiU nm-t oi.tniu 't. fhp N'oiwvnos able to aiLs, sciences, civilization, Knowled.c to oplose; Iiini. my stand trig with the people of Georg.a, whatever Axes, which be warrants if au axe breaks siJ be

tn pt'3an1s cs.s iu-h spirit and flic- and human happiness. Under ab.-f.lute) Gov- Europe trembles before him-France courts him it may be, hid l been i>icscrved banv> coni I I iCturiicd he will furnish a new one in the -pco J

)' the ire frank, OE1d, .uiu undiu.ntcd.; Tht-y crnm nts men may bo:; good merchants, oudcany England Mailers h'nr.-Prussia: aids iiim-Auslria ceahncnt of my views, orsnppe-tssionof my letlii.gs Wi.cn ai.v pro\cs not to be pood.

f C'-Vtrfiwn' .o ibrir j-tjpvnors r.nd x id uol MJ-: on a trade with the East and Wet indies hates him-Turkey cuises 11111111.C decks fear in relation to that personage. DAVID C. \S ILSONJainar3d .

& ZUL! t; upprccsiuri. Atnidtt tLi g.iinJ and and Africa, in tallow, hides, pitch, tar, him-Spam prays'lo !him-Portugal looks up to JOHN Wcl'HEKSON BEHR1EN. 13i. 2Otf
I him-Norway and Sweden avoid lam-Italy hopes Savannah, Dec. ii-lth 1831. H J. Al. v, XA lijfcOfi icnJLT
IIi *U"iunc st entry of the southern tlutiuN of I IoI.y nsh, oil, and iron, but under an obbolute Government fei- tttj. uiiy -
to be freed liom his palronage and consideration tiers his sen ices in the several tiqurtnwnt& t>f
Iirj th? bold and dating iiK'HutmncrrPrtsiivos merchants \ill be narrow-minded. -whilst he hiiiibflf sits enthroned in snows and From the Ric; mor.d Compiler, Dec. 27. .:V profts&it.n, to his frknds and the citizens of Gads-

hu indopf nut'we, *nu, like the unenlightcnt, over-reaching arid ignoranl.J projects seheincs of conquest, and dreams of preventing A DAY OF WOUKNING. .n County. He proiibes punctualily and faithful

SHI.-R, when they ro-c-u.bl-'i they clin in I hi i is the case with the Dunes. In a few the spread of Knowledge, liberty, and civilization. Since our last paper, several of our worthiest str. in every replication, tud his charges will be madoni

toro: kJind are anmatfcj: l tI y a patuoti in years more they will themselves perceive this: But will he do so ? JNo, no ; tl.e sun families have been covered with mourning. Death < s'f f f'i.ii A* ith* sdr the haidmss r..rj t f the. Units. 2HfA.
Jai\31 18:2
Iht njt purv. uid ardrnt. Tnited to I5cn- and then we may look for a revolution, which ol knowledge will shine out and Ihoi gh il may has struck dov\n the old and the young. V V rH.% S
blind the of Nicholas the splendor of its On Saturday last, our society was deprived of I\U'II(
ZnarI shall have by
i is winters passed eyes
the ol 1814 it was then certain, ere .
tnaty many L luunt. cl of"aniuel
one'of p.rMta the
beams.il will the of his subjects by its Mrs. Catharine Gamble! the eldest and mi against estate
tItIftrred towcdeD, lo lie h'.ldon as .fltert.J eslatt. to take place. I mean nol revolution of blood warmth and its open genial influence.eyes This is Russia 1 I most esteemed inhabitants of this city. She was Culver itt'd>> 4re rcq fcsted to present this
unier : tadtholut-r. The, } .md hit those which arc far better ime withm tb? tinifc limited by law, cr they will be
a history carnage, In next letter I >ose to take a view of Gqr- the re-hct of the late Co!. Robert Gamble, and the
my proj barredr.a
of rwa IN jt ioid oi in reM, and aitho' and more durable, those moial) revolutions many, Holland, Belgium, and Prussia ; and in a mother of Messrs. John and Robert Gamble ol T: akc ;,ci sons indebted tcrE.to said SEIXAS estate will, adm'r.Jnutiy1Oih1832. please.

frorn its jreo raphu'al po ition it has made livin -* which change" lh( character of the institutions fourth to glance a I Austria, Spain, Portugal!,Turkey Florida, of Mrs. Wilt the consort of Wm. Win, P3.'flle1ttimmediately. 21 IQw

procsa ituur and ciIizttia than cither ol a countiy without violence, and yet moat and lialy. We shall Ihcn be prepared for the Esq. of Baltimore, and of Mrs. Cabcll the wife r _
Sedcn 1832. of Wm. H. Cabell Esq. one of the Judges J'O( 2 1 CE. NOTICE.ALL .
or L'cntnnikct the hie cvcuta in tiflectually after ihcm.Ruruia coming events of the fast-coming year M

&Utlpe ha e excited u'grc-at intcrt-bt at I hristianatnd now invites our attention. She extends bar obedient servant, QJ?! the Courtot'ieals.. those indebted, either[ by note or open account
On Sunday, Mrs. Mary W. Marshall in tl. to the subscriber, are requested lo conic forward
Iicr; i'ti ; and tho Norwtgaitia have liorn Asia to Kuropc, from the Frozen .L.LD JJ\'D A'EGROES FUR &IL1 deceased 66lh year of her age, ihe amiable wife ,of Johi and seitle the same, by the first February-

Cflnd mam gettcrah and local improvementlj -. to the Pacific Oceans, and Persia the Caspian fB JL UEfdnn lived on Which conslstins Alexander of about Adair GuO urres .ne, Marshall, Esq. the Chief Justice of the Unitcr hope lire above will be ellended to as necessity

some districts Sey Turkey, Poland, and the Black Sea forn.crly will compel ir.e to put the same in train for coW
the peasanthave n cn to mile west of Tallaha ec, veil improved, and several States : Leaving an aflcctionate husband, si; a
e off tho her southern and western boundaries and ciicle of friends lament ieclion alter that date.
chains of v..s.- ikpehrh bound are likely young negroes, arc cft'cred fur sale. children, a large to

mtutUi-ir Lord, and the F- rein h Jlcvotlon Her size is monstrous-her influence dreadfulher A bhort credit will be given, or notes negotiable at her death. DAVID_c. WILSON.

of 1630( will lead to th(1 further ameiior- policy Intolerable-her. intention always, tlie Bank r.f Florida received l in payment. On Sunday morning, 3 o'clock, an amiable famiiy January 3d 1832. 20tf.

Iti on of their hostillo civilization and human happiness For further particulars .apply to the undersigned, and a numerous'acquaintance were deprived Middle District, Florida >
s% condition. ) her L., A. Thompson, Esq., or J. Monroe of TalbhasE. Philip Haxab Esq. in the 62nd year of his a Leon Superior Court,\
I a kN contains: population of aboutnullions. bur ihirot for dominion unquenchable- E.;: ""W. ADult, Administratrix. for many years one of our most respected citizen.ard JOHN DOWNER, i Atlacl.ment.

It is divided into four general I jealously mosl cruel-her Governrncnl most -January V 31st 1832._ 24tf. the proprietor of one of its most valuab;. vs. V I This Suit has been

tM-8' arid each of lhc6C is subdivid it to proc t>ppre* i\c-and her destiny i is lo be divided FOR SALE Oil KENT manufacturing flour mills- lie was distinpuishetlor ABEDNEGO POTTER ) this day instituted

Iluces. Sweden, before the accession of hy ie% olutioii.-, within and by vvar from without M Y plantation en Lake Jackson-with, consisting of com-f> the greal enterprise of bis character, and tl y attncliXT.ent, of which tiLt deiendant and all
land- tolerably
O'tavu IM was an elective Monarchy. iy? J in ver read or prcnoiim.t the name of UnsM.I rrLibe bout houses 60 acres etc. of It open being the place recently r.'ctpd amenity of iiis manners. We have .loSt in b.i tl! er personsinterefcttd are unulred to take Tf mo>

tit, "Uln of Calmar in 1397, it was Ltipul... wiisi'jjt ;i thrill of horror. 3 t-sc it as :.a by 3 .-. AwiisteatL For terns opply t"- one of the ruCStC2cfUI. of our friknv-clllzcns. .ce. THOMABM. BKADFORD, VV
that the twe cthii.1 Yesterday nmruic Aid of tUc sctc (evc.V .. :
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t '..". :;,: {M4 ",,,-...,. -' ,, .. .. V; .. .,., ..." '." : '. ; S ..' },., : '-'.' '.. .'l ft.',' '.", #.s ..I.1"" "; .t !. ..-,\4*.. .I.j .._{ '. ._ :. '. r& I &, '' i ND l"hiJ :- --Eokotsii'oipURbIJM'X .4 \,. .

H::: 4 xo TIC :,( : t tqi' t ,6)4vrQ '! Al p inde ted[ : E' WJ 9rJD8: ?: .z. i 6 iii f."if ij Eii .to, aft. act tf the-;8 .

arfcinsUtheEstate of.raL .41v the Arm of 'tSfNt ''A..Armisiead & -whether ." .' ,. .t. .. tro lJ J.-il .. = .
tL Persons haying-claims ) L : .co:, I .. ioa; '.. ,., J- .ar: fT Council, the ube ribei, wUteU.,. '
.
:" .
;: the; late William ,NaRitducVvdereasedt-wilJ L'y bond, noteV or open n.account,':a i qucled'jtpsettle .i1dqN.Gy t. !edin.this .; .t. r-J- on the15111 of February;a:tract uf land .

nleose? to' present the tame, properly authenticated with J ol D Kr Campbel!Esnn, in ;.wfao-e/hapds r,,, c1ty, t j: .'I 1 are. offered: low'( rthcdew : to the estate, of Doct."WilL Argyie.in!

t Tor eulcment; thoae anywise indebted; arc requested the J demand have been led. fot ol1e.ionr. .c- : 'caa.6t .it1 at suie of the sub- : Situated Le -
'* &crit :r;< 3ige-stree- choice lot of in .section*' fourteen
iK to nuke immediate"payment ,as the subscriber: ist'f January 241 1832. x 234" a ; fancy.' ty. and I'
a desirous of doting the settlement with
Mr. Reaves' Tavern. ADMINISTRATOR'SNOTICEAll tion.J at the same time, seven Negroes,
may at.all.times be found at : S
'.;'LE" &WSBURG, Agent for persons any Super blue crape Finished, Broad Cloths, Men, one Woman .ami.Children-H "
edo.Velvet do. v- "E 'P.h .
f,. r the Executors.January p* Archibald Graham dcc'd are requested to present Kitchen furniture; the crop of torn\, ,
TaI1abtsse 10th 1832Marshals J4t. them duly authenticated t*.jthin the time prescribed bylaw Patent finished (West of England) Black do. Plantation Tools tlie stock o! Cows, Multi lliC
Ibis friends ]
do. fine Olive do '
do do. Subscriber
informs
forever barred and those indebted respectfully
will be
: cr they THE and Horse a good and
one riding ;
make with- do Cinamon Brown, do.Bottle5 the public generally, that he has rented the 8U1.Jtdbt1d'
Sale.jr to said to
; estate arexequesied payment
of the Wagon and Carryallonle Aledicalio j
side
fisi3Ufr0m oul THOMAS B GRAHAIdm'or Green, do. large commodious building on the West
of Fieri delay : :
:;' if.-, BY VlrU'uEof(lerb.office of the Superior Court for Leon January 24th 1S32OTIC 23Swr.J Saxony blue do. Capitol quarf, formerly ercnpied as a tavern by John The tract of Land contains (240 acreaa] .,]

the, 9th of February Lavender: Drab, imd Dove colored Cassimers, Downer. The House having undergone thorough 90 of which are cleared and in tine COCditicn"
County, I shall on. Thursday E. The heirs and A silk Vestings will be for the of Boarders and situated about 12 miles
the in the City of T I3.has- repre- rarietyof (new patterns.) repair, ready reception cultivation, T "
I Capitol
next on
: ". ,proceed. to sell for square Cash to the highest bidder a l. scntatives of Beddin Stringer, and all other per- Flag handkerchiefs Pungee do. Visitors on the 13th inst. see, in a .1ldJ.\ and affreeaWe ncighborlJOOd.,

< 4: certain section of Land, improved: and cultivated sons interested are hereby notified that six weeks after "U bite and fancy cravats, JOHN W.. REAVES.Tahlaha.ee The terms will be for the Land, a credit

-. .; by quarter Edmund Doyle deceased, being part of n date I shall apply for letters of administration on the 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, .'\. 18, 183!. _ two years, with a deed and trust on5pproved otand 'Qt
it
.. : of land claimed and owned by General estate of Beddin Stringer dcceastd. do do Bos(ms, .
Township FOR NEW ORLEANS. personal! security for the-
Gcntlemens' silk & Merino half hose, -
the City of JOHN. JOHNSON.Jnni'ary
.. ami adjoining
bituatctl
La Fayette, lying Stock and other things a credit of
; do and ,
Tallahassee. I shall also stll at the same lane for 24th 1832. 236w Cotton Angola do f-I 'I1i1E su-s-in albl:: Schr. twelve
I i" levied Siik and siik Vclvtt $tll'ks latest fh hions. iU ricB for all sums over thirty dollar, !ftr that
as -
TOM on properly RUIn
I l6h a negro man name : first Roller In addiiu.n to the above they otTer a Undid assort !: APETER all under cash will be requred.Bond ***
.. t I ( belonging to the estate of Edmund Doyle dec'd., to FOR Si\LE.-\ rate ; sj H. SH.-JLM, Ma .tcr, wjjprovEd '
ment of made Clmhing mamifacted in the late securities will be .
-
sAtibfy an execution in favor of John G. Greaves :- I Gin. Apply to 11. CO\\ )EXJinuvy ; Ready .. Will run as a regular Packet l>elveen.Uaiinolia expected in all *"
J s> style, the work and materials of which they warrant Persons wishing 1 ,
land
Sale within the l legal hours.T. Slth Ifvte. 23. wI I : and NewOrlcan!, during the present sea- topurchase are mvj
be black
blue
E. RANDOLPH, Marsial. I to rcnLine.-CinsisLIng of super eeit. JOHN W. ARGYLE
Freights Passages l he secured application
1. on .fldm.
son. or may
i I11snCinait- and Olive Dress Coats do Frocks
date
21tds. i -rt..TO'l'ICE.-Six alter t ,
I Janinry 10th 1S33. -_ _ _'t do Pants, i>.:. silk"eh'et Vests, Florentine silk ditto to Geo. A. Phelps, & Co. at New-Orleans, r.r KITTY V. ARGYLE .lJt1"
j. NOTIOE.J j -* '1)plicauonill be r!ade by Anthony Ltulrt lelcrnil: r Va'ejicia and .\lar:ciiles, all of which they will sell Wm. G. Burgess, \ln I'lia. Dc(. 21, 1S30. IStf." January J.I Q2
to the Justice Lion C for -
:f' sagaimt the Estate : presiding 'iiivy : hw f..r; cash. R. B. & J. B. BULL, FOR SXLE I -
I ALL persons having ci.u.i administration on the estate of 'ranc-a iJfiruc, 1\.e ur I
J \uHmbo..r d 1531. 14tfr I
of Benjamin Manning dec'd. Tate of Jdlrrson siidcotiiity. January ii'h J 2. __ __Z6_, ONE Copper Still coniplefV, Copper Sucnr Skim

I County are rtiueted to jHCscnt them duly au- DMLMSTRAROlI' SALE.- and Ladles, 1U) pair; c.f I lorse Vill i!! Stones,

:L I S S 'hentic.itH.1 within the time procribcdby law; or 1, A ; WA TED: ai.1"le to l b e fixed to !'iPs. BKTTL & I.OI\ .

they will bo .forever barred. All persons indebted _L-%. ill be sold on 1 lit cay, the 3l I:t J n.-. ., n lire: r WCD '1U tX.t'L DI' ni Tallaha5 Jrly I >ii. 1"31 I_47-.'

make immediatepiymcnt. I t t.J square, the folio? in i pr"r .rty : dllln;' :, .( i B. B.iDe .
I. .In.
I, tl) said 1 estate are roquesU-d 1 t ) .r. :" : It :_ _!i.u. -i' J.
: Ext-c't. the! tat of \Vil1I1Ii1.iitehur: ', 'o "tt--f" wbalesof I SELLING OFF .
MAY MANNING
,
4 Cotta r, the gr' aerai : sca-i>l.aid ; one I h '':-I w BOREYwr
"W.MEDICAL. .
JaniarvSiI8S2. __ dr.d La>li Is t-f ci rn-;; one rr two stacks"of: lodtlu ; ,

one tw..-horse wa:, n, 1 n'ul<-. rl lier ':: < n \\ iii; -c' s-i-l': .I. LOW FOR CASH.
fr < ajh. A cr-du until te! trstf April.11 I" LMXI.-! ,: j.a rivtd l h'';> i fail! supply (.f Goods, per

ctJplr.n"r"'lllp} ('} forr.Hilv I existed KLANGL n 'hcbala-.ire. PALA''L\l; V. lilTili i : : RJanr.rvit I'. :; .=' :_ 1'.'.r.ta.l, .nul 5fl.! C'Hlr! William A. rlfc'-n: ,

THE Ors. DOZIER : Y d Alonti- I : I'""'2. .">.'. ; I .' '.'', ,>'h: 'K ;addition( to lu: former supply THE at his new store, comcrof Jcffi-r-: and &uin \'J LIl'

cello, i is f.irt'iuitli di s,ived.JamiarySd S. LANGLKY. j i-: .' : n i '. ri r-. 1ICl': and 'lon ,c-s/rtcs, offers! f-r sale! fothepnl'- JIADE \ : tale and Re.
206 bALh.-I I ; lie in nrral aha1fbom! a .rini"n'of the f: ll').vinnamritarticlrsat ; Frederick county, Md. by C Uenb.
,
J J8"2 _ _ _TV I A1INJS''RA'FOR'! : : ,
)VRSHAL'S SALE. I ;. ( n t,T'jquir i i ii: '' il a a !} I 1 ( OODS. the nn ti reduced pr"f< for cash, Viz:: concerned The alo\n in the Oiutn6t Patenjth! i il offered U'r Jodkma.lu he

Fieri Faciiist !I '. 'It'.fhy.lw: 21s ''S. 1 J'lIdl! IIW :CL-O: IK.!..nj.n5itac : ; DItY4; ooDs. Oak- and public .
BY; Virtue.! of a writ of ts-a.e if '.\ ill '1\"' "i l li''h ;r" II1. GC23&Z6TIITGOFn. cert.t.n; remedy f,i ib.' e obstinate cliJe.

; '!jr.. 'c"! nnJ tlelivercd ; I sliall OI''S I :): *1'.\1*.\' 'LUi! W, jrrurJl: ', .I' a-'" r ; ., L .tMir.ire.-, 1..1 '.J1Jt.HS, ROM- Silks, Blirk: Grosdcnap, Ital aiS.irc'iNt LIlt trlfl i, Black: wine 3ier.c..f. w hicli! ha\e M> lyag baffltd the skill of lUed'q

oc for C"1.-il, tn thr'ii ''i' t bidder l lot fore the dour oi J'n-.arv2"; 'Ji 12!. "ni.l.A.Al''l'A'J'IJX -::,:__ .lhI.j t 'i'! !Lu: ...L.Ii, :,.:'Jtl._ .ui iI '" hiu Flan 4 i-r t. I5iue; Green, Pink, and i\ hire F'reiire1Ftrtd I bt Whit* Sweflin'rofeverv dest"rintinn.,
Mnnticellnon'u> _..
.
the ; 11.n. -
<
< p.h Irish Silk Vchet
: *- >r atiIII1s, : : Silk in variety, Poplin, iJd tore L.r' and l/lcerm f
tile rtoni: aitere -> F OR SALE. / loop
thc rt-Jit : : Mandtof.
'} >ji-Jay:: in Ft'rjrynfx', au k .!I.i t.l av nsfl a. -.',aiii1.tnii ric :"NIl'IItmIL, : :;<'n .1!, .,Tartan Plaid, FurniteCaic', Sup.ri.rirk 3d SchirruMr Glandular
:* >t of L. i B. i!.rit1' : to a tr.lctf hn l !h'.n.. tn ,1- ( S-Aii- ." my pft'l.tu'biII1:: : !.11i, I aim's>;p J"-"d! te. in;;, J> "Ji.< .:', I:al!lril' Jmcniit,, l.rc-wn lioliuna, ; La in::, B,"?'im-i anJ .lirsal! l Laces lris:: I.:uens, tho-e hardened tunour uvomen's Tumours, particular!*

*te s. II JS.f sec ;5.:u 1.', Township'll.uue! 3V, j r.'rf-ir'-ti! ".j"\ '!'_- pnct.y! \ z- <"vj .1.-} Lim.i !', n.. i.1i'. !i Call.1 ril' 1ri&kt ;'did, Lr.ntI" *.ci hlanil!: ;(Jttfon Shir:iTl:', Plain and figured Jit.t tinir-* terminate ill u'cera'fd! > breasts. v\faicboften

; tl. : to SAii-f-.n '\:"''::icn which iV-KM-snotl! : Kciki j .I 1'.1.n.J' -:.x'y: i r-s .:1' L-Mi.i; 'yin " .'ii i .in-, .,inIi:.;-, L.UK'> i ancy >:ii iH. icftt, Swiss nnd B.>ok 3 j J:&lills. !t:avv:.rk'J enpcsinddrc.icshar.dken'hitf 4th FVI. i,. or eanc i:

{ ;ry. r.'o'. rtJ i:: J<'!lu-r'-on C'ou'y, S'irror. J t"om!:, ;I ".. 'ie, ;1Ufl: t.u. i'ty! t ii tsieAIa' ainirrd, i.,- \ c',:, 5 :are, P '[-'1;:.itina D aueLanilktif hit :s.r., ai.darn. -, Cahc.*ti, (;in 'lnms NanKc of Catarrh*<. of IA\what xuue people know by the Da1Dt

_,)!V.>''ry I.. i.'t (1 I lIt \>y I\M\ riatir'fi" .JJc i \ JU'ln Iit: I ;,< i). vi'I:| ai ; '': Hi.;.' f:I Itn: i rat j l\irt f "i hid. -t t.l iai-d.t.ut-. .: : I lu-ta.-t-: >, Ill:. :. ami ri.Hr. il I .-:w ia- ni- :. ti-, Bpn\i !.:iiar.d, Frr.nrl Urr'\\'n Lin. n, Furni- 5th iihfumatic Pain'uf er) description.

"Jars pn-scnX-d\ '.v.-. 1 It .'J' :f.quu..T.y 1"11} rr'4.'j"t-S; >, i\ nit : ':'!::. <: u IH. 1* i H r't. ':":fls, &<}": 1' r atiiask I ;allc clti::. !ire I limn,, rnc Cloths, Cac.!;trners and fa>sin.t!>, (>:'t tfj-raiM.-1 and liruui-d ihj'ii.t.

A. .\. FIPHr.R d. m. f.rI !til I I\: ;\11\111.,1' lI'!. .k. It (.'( uuuurc:" is un! the {1.-t-1 ( ; \i.!. !'' !: I: i ,;:11 r:.-., -!" etc. ;*-IjI'eap!l Knl hail '. > t'.'ro.'Ic/tbs! SrKrhand Iliisi \\hauler; -.ituate. of evtiy description: or q j
part
.t.. J'\"LPIJ. i'.ar: 1 !s. s -. '.r; :*ra. 4- ''! ilnf j <:iit- I""be i I h! ali is.v.iy '* i.M i t\.f\rd! asr'ir.1.. .:its of D.mcsti GO*K.i' .-. -:'i r' '. f r. IT> rIIAR.BWAR- X". 7th 'ietter.-ul, i
all kinds.
't nt r{" Y' i'111"'t. 1:1,1. :. t "j: ''juijus: -.ilst! >, a M-. < f 'ear !':la!.* Ii i !!j I :: ...; -I'-Jl'i.t! I :.' .4 "j! :n.n ..lio i di' tiv', Bed (tick In tl.i-o cHmpJair.t. the pa.

1 I' lJfl.ala) J U tI'.JH'J L'"i jl\J j jl.t'J. ..) in 1-rk, ;.r rah I -ri-h;t ;\ :',<.1'::v. mki,,'' '. j : : V. out tient.of in\.J'pr.applying the )intmeot, must keep the palt

j I .'. i1! -rl} \\in i tl.e; jTin-i-'h ((4e'r'; -.-<,%> r.. r.iVl '
S I- iiSPKCTFULLYiuiiwinstlic ci- ; s -ck ofho.s, -attic, anJ l h": ..t'<. s-*.''r:1 l Ii.inrv ,.'. I jii! : E Alarjreami! extensive a.sir.en? .-t iiar.lv. :-c. .. ; fth (hi.I.iin;! or [part? affVcted by fro
$ ;t, / :z -.i> ,;' r.tiiil. iss.ennd lU \cni'y: lint IKh tuih\ _:tn\- furniture, :tlJ.uCX"! ,',: nllr-\a'" ; J! 2XCLOTHING. --latn.i'' "f J, n.\"cs and Forkes, P-'n Knives, SpO"j'tissor.N -. It iaN"' owe of the be"t remedie* fur Barns 1114

!'S. is !' :"'...d hi '.s-lfin"l 's. q'. I rarri i;i'lcr6:. II I .- Razor-, L.
::. B. I H.ay i h e f'Hin-j' .t. his c.fTcc in Town, e,.j j f :;"Il- iU 'he ir..ncs irc(":irito'i' S. !I A :a' _' _' a. ; .:t, 01 I Kendy made .* ii' a mpkte ass-Ttmenf carrenrBOOTS& : PL.\?-i"S.SHOES. sijort 1'or liU1 Ii.flnird('. \\ I

S st .nsrv&i-l-nca few ]hundred yards J5sirr; en tli".C i I I I '.,".: a Ks {' :s.-ible.! : llil"\tI"J: ; .Mi 1!>'. I. !,::. : .1'! .' I. r.', ;.ir.'l If\'nda'i.lt; b, omen's Breasts and Glandular? ,

: ,"in-r .r:.! "b 1 )O"r i I : .f,.'..n Ci.n.y' J.iruar,\ ,4. I.; ;_. ". '".', I '. .'- ,-S ; 'fl .. .r hver.avn.: ditto ditto, 'he r-wethnp- superior to any ntf.'licin.! Jet know t b
u.edu-ai
: L : *.. ii'munH(_ 1)LU .... ins ... 'Iwuzy.: It IS much .afer than mercard
,t / :} Uic UIi"J'Z"1! : I ,4 DMINLSTttATfOR'S "SALE.I I t t1; 0lar ..e aSS\ rtni nt of I'aM-! dI.lacdti"; [ (- I.\ lj'dJr.. c'llldd'I'r f' Coon > x atom
a< a : "I"CY" .
.'Jr i sJen C -u r yv .. .h. dect.-J in j-V!,raary=y iv ir. I It. J-IJ. i: t e s ir- 'Li{ r: ',. ->: !-i'Ji! r at :h Jai 11: lllD't11/RE. tJ mono and NFV 'T-K m'* k of not;iiiprerarlion: of that material.) tx-cause it duet

__ j! : < 3'' l i..:tj. 0\, '. I IS .- dl::"."' oi i\r.ih'cJ! : j (.rab.iia1I'fO'.l.lin! Tad&tn? County F-r mCD( s tDa : a D cold.lay li.e p.iuent ;iable to injcn from eifosnreto

t. i 2. < \:arc'i' r.-\t, *'\f i&h' i} KJ.; >, .' For: ..P"I'k .u.J Pt-n Lifs, I KazTsf. .- ., : U '. ..IU 1 .Jlt.l!
L :i resli D Gvirdenecv iS cjrrocs'i'ei'fs i-.ari!. }}nv. ( t-e! div 0 'onl'.. 1. Thi Umtinent ha; cored sores (.r
I I ngs. n .n : .f vir.TI1O.MASB. :* : -, : r} -, .in'it..h'in-i.j.s! : ctr etc. hrJe1 l;r "," "- \. ". many years sttnd-
Glt.ILUlItm'rr.. II ing. U here it is inpusb1e or imprudent to htarths
; .DS j -. JastIrv24I, l>3'2. 2 :'Sncrc IOO T&S1OES.1i g I] HATS AND CAPS: e.ucrnal ore. in CJII 'quer.CH of the bone Ia! >minj
(Ml can ns orrote:,. 11 w ill the
I 10'. *;*u4, A. i ('I ll' a:: -v: ti!( lit o, UlC stop progress of tecari, ,,
10 Cases increase the quantity of' the di cbarre. ,.
PJBIUOHFS : Boots & remorp. tii n t
E. B. F I i ; ; RS. WILLIAMS resprrtiully most fashionable IIA IS& CAPS of 1etii.e uneJl: and ea-t the C -- Vi"
lOts'atlu! pain.
J .. s s>ici.< ntlfr.n n't..:>f nor >" -, .
.t
.% he .tv-i. .. 1':1.b.. c' 'i. os. It Cures lie wor.-t Feloos
k M $ riTe.veuv' iitc.trr.iMisi it i 'II : p I.iir, i .ilt she Itasnpend :a li..ard-! Gcnilrintii: ij:"> D Ire incule BOO or Whil.'owt on &D aPI-
I; and Bahiuior' aianosi-j.l ;'!v' "f Jn./ .1tjkj: li:. i i'l:.r .; 0.'fl: "i '(:' ri.zrc.er in TaHiJY.I-5 ULrsys.t Ladies: Br-&an.-: etc. GROCERIES. cation of 4? hoursRI.eumatiiyis .

7. n r.d upwards <.! ITlUj'tpcrs ::1.11 : 41! (rim 1 Ii. ; :. :' 14( Itrrvi.! )! cllmf'r; ,., t.Jn; prnutu-: Ii', wLich have stood flU long a.. to become

? 4_'. Landrcth-AL f\ '-. it" .I' l: ? :.in; and Syn.j.'! n' 1 :ra.'iii a r. f.i/; .o.rai1y, Hi'r.ry I L',Ih:.t !frt .t._ luiif( -utn-i a1.1 fllIttT. a S) te.hatJc disorder requires medicine to be lafcea.
.w ilydrometers.
5. s, allloc u'iul "Jd .i.j -. ,i.-; :./'v.1'i. :-I' ,l"'r. t''r'. 11" }j. '\. .\ ...-y i;, ..>v iry.litcmjr-n! t.. The !Tiio-al p.r anJ! u- .. AT"I antty.FLOUR. cases ,) applying this Ointment externally as directed
f ciri-1k .. :,i-- 1.n ;'! ". f Ta i:!!.. ui. ... isroiih; it will! riH. lelief And
I If < ;are > t p ) J' | < o. \ \ and/lj"r: : > h'-r.'eJf ha' ::1]h.' (: ; etro in old people, wbopaiiohate .

I p'tt.!: Drltania: ice., Rose, Oru"ii;' ,. FJ' WH, ( :'i.r. ::. ). \d.j\ u'iye' tn u'.s;f.1! to 1..1' c1r" v'i i re'U S' the im,.a' r ; f AGnci I...1111) a 1 .... .. r" Barrel: I "r' j-i-noi
I t L.ivrndcr, andC' J.i;rcs waters<':"- (.1*. i i'x;'rctrd ; iiv'.t:lf .'%JI'} f.:,1'i'-us of their ,'rt n1.: .1 ,''I'lrJian'. # ,i .
ie .-i ik" Carpnte O&1 t C. :I1' h\. :,lv1"I1ttH :. al as'rtnt-: ( Jl hA 1. To *ea caj-tain and masters of
1 .11AK.F. TGI vessels this
? BCAKM.R, ointment
KACII ALSO.Sndlery
.. CC, 7 'r'uer 1 ,: 1 J!I. 11'1 f I Ii Ffl'NljlllXC: tiER OWN.Tili'j' BRO'13LACh, iv "L.FI iitu."l be \i-ty valuable! ) ii winter
r -- : i jSJ, \ :;; and towels. J25 'VI i JL tlo. S- :. 'kn I Idn. > on oar coast it being
: Lca'her do.
5 Cloth
: ,
Caps certain
Grej \tr- ,
: in its ft-etsun,
It': BENJ.Ifl.D.; I i For day K'Jiohars! such as s'dy Ilcadinir., Crockery and Glass Ware, \\ froat it likewise Chilblains its or pait- atfec'.eiitli
: r1 I1J1.u I 5 00
S I I. 1r qtutt'r for English Gra-nmar ( GBOCERIE Tin \\arc, L okillg' Glar. esSalt, Ready :*:' s .
rt ...iHd :ia. ;ur;vilsCf('m :'cw. "r!. an j (;Jcojrraphv; A large of

t't t l'.l' r'e UrS an.1; c<'r.<'*-i: ;:.! T incut of I Jrti. \- '' cr rreufh.ai.d! S ('0 B "; L'c.Iu1., .. .. t made clothiiifr, stationary, &c. &c. j ,l C.I Ce lIt'na's lit mt'flirine!;testimony will prating ft* shewn the value those cfthimo whouihtuither -
: : to
h arJ Kaitlicn] China and G la : Embroidery. !U) ; ..J aiu v-m, Jamaica sjiin,
'- Js, ; \ ar CuLI'rV, j 00 'h.. J.IESl'IrLLI \. ii1uru.aivn'
k 21'' : ira ad fllr on licai'on Dr Hen-
January J la32. and to
: I1 m casks l'.tiies Ch. aj [
I ; n10.CCCI.bp. :-
w.rcj, *i -i -s :'r in, .Na'U.r"vTjnrs; rtc. ct<*. 23 lw '.i i-o, (.Id Rye \', T3lahnss'clnn.hr 15h 1531. 13tf too. or to ant f..t Las antimnzeu
;: h.5Je \
agents
arr1'l mcal
M ; ; S D.ill Y-( OODS.I I ADMLMSTRATOR'S SALE.- I li l ;lp ,'."tier, Imi C: la; and Y o.upcw.r. c If\ yu Tt a, LalI., }% CE.-The 8Hb.crjLevill !' the! The above medicine .oid by special appointment of
and
: patentee ,
.l.dLUIlP warranted .
I -I.' FtL ..'> -...ra. Apr I'C, L. .., .nd.l) .lrk Cloths; } I I 'Ii.. ii
;.JjJ.1 J S J J..cnilc l..tJnl" (( a.bc bJ.ttl1lt i k-, : !him: latt: of the .f (r- fj .'l" \siua! .1 hrfe and assortment af Gro- highest market f.ricer, they will rrctive die! sane Tan h 1s.cce, TebruarvREMEDY 24k;i. 113J. 2 tl
gczeraz
County Ga-isd.
:\J'n t1 us, al.j! Cotton-ides, f'r >K<,TO Clothing) Paint, j rwrwn '! ? fa.'d ( n (ii<"-cpcdi ihc I r .' on storage or for shipping All dangers, of lire etc. at
: :.N.hn. Ouril' and H se Blankets, Fhnnels, Blad '! rlrnpertvf ; dtr\l. n&i&'inr) of 2 he risk of;he owners. FOR
I fcct of : : .' h'jH'I KH r UMATISM.
L:1.1fms; ul un X D!urd blue, and hia'k Ihm'j\zclIo.. I : t..s, rairic:: !c cr. sl.i rp, I Middlings & All persons havins unsettled acccunts at our store.
: 1 mentuf Print and calicoes 1'lain j r.mon J corn, dder! sujrar rarc, hout-li< :id and krrl.en : I- Shoulders- THEeAcrociating!: pain-the decrepitude and def
it t.;;' it:3r-: anti i fuiniii'f! ., Jhiiji.'nx': on Rocky Comfort, v.ill oblige us by calling and se .
[ itei.ils : old
;t JZ"cJ.i.I'OIl ts Mti.lS! iss .Muslins 4-4 6-4 and Min'ry :ihrr a--- them either age. which are the
uitt u* tjrj.-s! tooudii"s' 10 Barrels ding \1hlr.. Uinn. :'apnolii .r >Tr. u-uat atrer.danisuf: .hedi '
il ._.4t..1tJt-Lc_ Linen inj Imiiau'.ns Cambrics Irish Lini <" enuincraie: at the! sair.e :.me 'h<. PORK Burnet .o l der. are "ufieted by manj
Ccmf.rt
I t at Rocky no others bcin authorizeti Iron
''Ii 3 i., Lon LawnIrish, TaLie, aii-1 Ilussia, Uiajier-s, !:!| Tennsol,jiinn'a'i-) t-.tleanJ wilt !1.( r iin'in'/ni.i.< nud; I..t.i: ''lu!l.n fi-s-,. nfjanm-y: in \t. 20 Uarwfc HERRING & '0 settle! or liquidate UK sar. e. oi c..J.air the numerous of a cure prtlelJ"rc or disappointment antidoti-s in the ifiicacv this-
plfttt
Ltnt-jn n "f '!1. '. tn
I I
; TIIOASB.; r: t I'.AIiAM Aiirrt".r.! : 30 Baii 0. pirrp ye. But hose who ha*-e mrufe a fair t.ial cf
J umnois Li' and l Edzm black ,
anJ colon
'. uri, c is! I Tin.nrySI '' p"!. IVrAClt-EREL Maynolip, ymcmltr} COtli 1831. l-l'f Dli. JEll 'S CELEBRATED
fl& >sd ;jijs't--s, flurcilIvd trines, and. IHmns'.1, -2 5 JJNIMEXT,
I 30 Bands I\ f f''I'> viVAVi, even incisesoI
nsl.m'v.tr.inN-, and Lr.van1<* silks, i'lue, uhrc, I: SELLING OFF LnFOn fl3 ISLE7.FLOti4. olgsaIi.iing. and of the 1110>t 'tye

S j.'nk, airj r-7e"n, Flftrca a sreii v intiy of f! ;', .,n.s'uiKtui I i'KODUCr C.AHXD SPR ;AJ) E IGLETATKRIV character haie received. Iin relief and roaD baft
beeiicuiedm
:. a f' vdij 'vine in 24 honr!
It lutn, nnJ French Cr.incs, Iiiiinti'iand: : as a ouia
I
i it her of pi'rsH>n* in Bi ton and itiutv. who I .
.men Cam'iric Handkerchief-, Crape, Poplinhu- & STlRGES flesirous were "
KEHR *
.i iilk and Thibet Is to B.l.5.: lIp'-r .' '}YUl nwrl lj afil.ctedxxill l Kneumat'-ru, ha'e Iest-
Sha f
t I riiU', ; bilk: u i r, ;.II. their )1mmJl. err failj
;;: present Hue ',.f l-UMti's-s' \\iil j: odll| i iolf I J ( I tied Ct tirats
; .D'ki1fanuIy ire n. the
:3:-induni> Handkerchiefs t t'I.I.lioi tI (pe-' t I'incy crava c't s>- .mf.l':', I v'ln> jsleorr.
'fii'!
y tb'ir! j j.re..rt' i-ii. kof !if i- lor, ;'ro\ ing the most thorou
(
I '* l s1.t:. 1'aten Thread, 81')001! cotton, and ci.u t- nsitin; ftf a f rcral jroo IAJ4SO. :ti an* surprising caresnazot b/

,. :)iiI:, lajes, Pins, N''edlc ,&.c. j ji SJhlt; tion of the country ahMTtincut, \.i"cfties i i/ :_ MAiled to the nIl I. oilier Ihi* [:oueriut LJ IJn."T. in c-j.e* where

i 3-4 -iinl4-i oicnc-icd al.ibr4'wn -s'lirtin s, and :hcstE ( Ahba!tcr apj-rovc.l aiipicati.} bad utterly failed 'Ibe
and nnntie
.IS: siripcd$ tnJ plaId Domestics bed ticks t-I liquor D/y-Good*, rcrrijrn and .. ''ratuints: Bend Bags, Tortoise Lioinit-nt is a!>.> u-rd with succe$4 f,r Bruises Sprains.
; etc. etc. tfmtsi ir sIn J ;tick combs
;: hardware! &c., Liverpool. J and! crorkf n-_ .nY'.". :TY-. carvun and plain, Brazilian ditto do. 'umniiHsfl. Stitn.e fir the Joint
&c.
-- Chilblains
1 H! HATS &C. hats and iio.-s, s.aMl<*ryr.is'UI N &c. To diit n"J, with I I U' ith an assortment of Crockerynre -- Pr"'f" ill) cent :t t>. trie.Dumfries3.
I a nfra\\ a'--or'n: c ..f provision.- r TIE subscriber has taken that spacious and sy.Ien-
23ijARSIIAL'S
Sume-V.
) are, Brijllc&, and Saddles, et tt(. T brick Water!
i :Mei>&' and tir}s Aocl, rur, uid L a\cr Hats chil- All the above tenenu-nt in Tallahissce, lately occupied eye
\ -.In.us'red .\.TK.ceo Hats will be sold low by Capt. John Downer, which, ha\inr recently i or :,.: or latJ.tl1Jt'tl Lye: ,ivii.ediateeaS3flJ
.ir/ cash : and a difference made been refitted and furnished in the relief.: On \\'c
two '\ "f Fieri to those who moot recent sore
i a-ias to me iirer: :<"d', I buy to complete manner e #. tJ.e e ret H m..t "Iulary.
J I hll 1 rapese to sale, to the hihcs: bidder, for C dl, < n sell:,a'. :nin. is now under the name of the Where the complaint; been of var slandine sad

S S IDLE &C. ii.c third Monday' of February next, in the town d'I :bc1tPrSthI ]1S31. 12tf SPREAD GEE TAVERN in .)mf'f'xc'erlI1; had ca-s the rn'i,,t unpspetu-d 3d

5k a iioiia, all tIe rijrht, title claim and e-irallle rel'fha been '"ound tt{ EYE:
I interest t.f 1 for the '" ; ose of thw
i :1ri' nud J{.}; C.1r.C Bro -an.', li;.d sV.es! JIIeH&' Ellis; Ii. Bud and Edward Klein,, in and to a parcel COTTON. This Open j HOTEL situate reception of Travellers and Boarders. v% A I LK. after ever other rt-meifv: had failed.! )Iall

I i'l l'jjyb jiiie'; ran h'J..i Lad!' Leather l hoots and i i t>t gcodftcrnsistingof: h:1ld'nrc'r'k..vy, dry-j.-'-itis>, I to C. C, &.R. W. illiams\Ionroe-street in nut door persons who hate used it, pr )jounce It the be-t p.eparalion -
LaJ'cs.Cic.uskinior'KC; prorcric.s I 12bls su ar&<'.A!Isx loL.> a posiii"n as nearly %for these complatnts
I' they
'!, <', and Prunella slices! I IJidrr.u.s' I ; llMjuarel' '.3,:intl central to the business and of the have ever met with especially
< : L and : Ranc No. I, Nor'h! of llrrad-s.: population City as in cases of soreness
;lJtr: d.roec4)shocs : an !orinn.nt ree with the inipr'Vimciits could be selected ant i i 01 inflamatiou of long staa-
i
no for ;
; Unqualified 1 the dn-
thcre Fri'c5
; nnJi-'ouinoiar.d line satMles briuics "n, now occuj-itdiy Lad pur- cents a bottle.
Jo-cph lee.
i
inartinijals, of public h its *
.
use
"
Ion pose by oil1plc' size and
:r i'd k'S vie I L to jatifv: two executions infau-r ron;mu-: % None are genuine nule! rich
f f.rjU 'i I.'r, etc. etc.MARBWARE. of thc Unitid dious interior signed on the out
I: :La1es. Sale Wi ill!) take arrangement, than! its convenient !loca. punted!
p.ace. w ithin the hours pre&criU tion. wrap,'cr. by thc olc! proprietor. T. KID IPER-,
addition' these
h cd by law. T. E. to advat-tajres, the ur.dfr.-.5rn- iniMu-diatesucce;., >
rt..the
RANDOLPH, MarsJal.! } JOSEPHLADD late Dr.V T COSWAT-:
: ed determined merit the
By A. A. FISHER, D. \. to patrunase of the public: For sale at his Counting KHOIII over No. 99.) Cooit

_.
..CS .1114 1.1)) an. -cketk avesLathno:: Northern market & ir. Bu'csniul iKp_ IM'st. (1It1litu; to the comfort and enjoyment ciaappointment, by K. B PERKINS (\o.3)
: h! '''u j ACADEMY. The n --- 1." "" of his quests; and hthe moderation_ ami 'rirt....
1 "j'u t n h.-iu-hets: vs and sj.ades, rLt ', .Jtatnt aid garden h.-is. cat fuel, dub and i re.sptctlully infoimed that this convenient regularity charges. TaiIahasee. Iarch
_ institution ware-Louse 3. I31.COTTONS. tr.
,t :: ,1XC!, Ite.tp1fAll., "ltc%ar hH.l.., DuttHlil.k] -pcicd to-day under the supcrintcndance of Air.IS to do all kinds at Magnolia, and is prepared At his table, will always be found the best which -

'inu fly* "Jii-s;. TvnfKj ,r.r'v.s, han 1, irnajit, crosscut, J:tJ(s II. COAC.Mr.Coxe of Storage and Commission busi- the market and ajacent country afford, his bar will be
sflf4 !i'sv.s | is ne&s-will make advances in cash if supplied with a variety the choicest liquors and
m jiidf rut, null-saw, and blarkbiniihs a graduate of Hampden Col required of for
<
_ t 'HI'Q! a ':;ul drawing knives st' .)f Markwiiihs! car- lege, Virginia, and highly rt.commanded kSydney by the fa three Iburths its value on Cotton deposited with his stables, experienced and attentive Ostlers are pro-

_ ,)CU'.' :;, pcrs.ana r loc vr'nkersnsej J:.. : York liahjiwne Lest those, however, who visit Tallahassee
respectability Charleston
: may
A attanments" as a scholar and or New-Orleans. ,
!I great variety of I allc and efficient instructor. an Magnolia, January: 17th Ib32. 22tf should view this public and flatterms notice as a mere -S Ul3J.

The rates of tuition formula prescribed by custom on such occasions. The
E&itl'K ?: N as established the
')11NA by board of
triutecs, are as follows, Viz :_ FUESH{ DRUGS & MEDICINES. proprietor respectfully invites them to call and judge

1 I : I. AND GLA.SS. 1. Tuition in the first rudiments of English, twenty Just received, a large and complete assortment' Novembers for themselves by actual experiment. ( 8 LLtutn
1631 12tf ,
dollars IJ. C.
I : WAKh; r IRON, .NAILS, 2. The per annum. of fresh drug and medicines which will be sold, ASHTON. II- F LRUb'.qS'L'

STEEL &c. higher branches of the English language, wholesale or retail, low f for cash hv CUSTO\I.HULSB, MAGNOLIA, )
dollars
thirty
c.
annum.
per
JOSEPH LADD December 26th 1831 3
: : 1-4 to 8 Inch, flat bar, Englisl;, American, Russia, & 3. Language and science, forty dollars per annum Magnolia 17th Druggist. SEALED proposals will be received until the 1st S''i THOUSAND"RALES
,
January 1S32.
_ _
.
S-weed. Iron round and bar payable quarterly in advance. 22lf
of '
f .' square inn,hoop and sheet day February next, for white-washing the Tower
of Prime
_ .J Iron' G< rman and Littered fct .el, 4,5,6,8, 10, 12, 20, Application for admission must be made to Air. IfEGULARAtJRET of the St. l\ arks' LighuHouse-forplaclng two Cotton, square
:: and 40, dry cut r\alls, cut brads and wrought Nails James l'wP 1 ullin, Treasurer of the Board, without BUOYS in the Harbour, according to the plan which spar -'Bales will be preferred, it must be delivered ia

_ 24 ., Bake Pans, Spiders, skillets, tea kettles, (fryin whose certificate of the payment of tuition, none can TO NEW-YORK. may be seen at this office, and for altering and replacing good Bagging and order, or a deduction will be expect
Pans &t. or will be admitted. ed. They hare cAtensive
houses
; two Buoys, which broke from their l\loorin for storingCotton
S By order of the Board of Tiusteca The good and fast sailing schooner Daniel Webster further information which be desired "be Any their charge 25 ceuts per. Bale for the season, aw.
may can had
'
GROCERIES. L. A. THOMPSON, Scc'ry. Captain LEWIS, and Delta Captain HOYT, at this. office. JESSE H. WILLIS, Collector. if they become the purchasers of it, no charge will ba

Jl\m.uca, N. K, and N. Vr1caw Rum, country and January 24th 1832. 234w I will run between this place and -York the 1911LAW made. They will nuke advances on cotton stared wftl\:

_ eJrlIand' Gm, Whiskey, iSIaIaga, Clartu, and ( .,"..) Middle' District of Florida, Jefferson I present season. them, shipment either to New-Orleans, JS ew.Y ort
Vine, Porter, Cider, in &x I of co. Sup. COUrt t r* Freight NOTICE. harleston or Boston.Magnolia .
or be
: one dozen earll, EDWIN W. DORSEY Attachment. passage may secured by .
application
)
All -
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l'wdcr, shot lead, Tea, Coffee, Loaf Sltgar Tobacr per- I to Messrs Williams & STONE will Pect-mher 20th 1831. IStf
Harriman
: vs: }, sons interested arc New-York CHARLES practice in the Courts ..
,
rcquir-
', e ars salt Grindstones, cotton Bagging, Bale THOS. J. WHITE. ed to take notice, that uit or to Joseph Ladd, at Magnolia. Jackson, Washington and Walton MARSHAL'S SALE -

-- Ii r ,ru pc, Ba'tging and Twine, Pepper, Alspice, Copperas, by attachment has been instituted in.the above case.. N. B. January 12th 1832. The schooner counties >ix'he Territory of Florida. His office is at BY Virtue of a writ of FIFA to uie'drected, I ;
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Medicines etc, etc. etc GEO. T. I Delta t Withagreatvarjetj other WARNER, Att'y for Pl'fT. is expected here in fifteen days. 1st day of,February next

I :..10 lOW, whole sale or retail of for cash goods which will be January 24th 1832. 233m January i7th 1832.." 22tfws \Qvcmhtr22.| 1 I'31._ J4tf expose to sale for cash, to the aighest bidder, .be-f 1

i ,ttntry produce. He cotton all or other DOCTOR CRAIG. Persons indebted to the subscriber are respectfully fore the door of the Capitol aU the rigut, t1e..t
earnestly
f :, el! tcd to him by note, account, requests or otherwise pi, to rsous call I Respectfully informs the citizens of Tallahassee mm-rrAi1'are authorised to announce UWJ requested to call and settle their accounts claim, and interest of LIONEL' FLKTCHM ,to a tot l-

4 ;id pay the same, as soon as convenient. He also and Leon County, that'he has removed from his; Sheriffalty of Leon County DmQ at as the a Candldat for the ,either by note or otherwise. of Books levied on to satisfy an execution vot :
election
10.1 on hand for sale, a quantity of BLOUNTS best former stand, and has now taken the office next. 28th in February FREDERICK TOWLE. of Robert and Henderson M'Cay. Sale mtl .

S } .):ocl sa.r: cotton Gin, assorted sizes. occupied by the late'Dr. AkLk -recently Sept.: 6te. January'17th 1332. 22tf the hours prescribed bv,law.. .
JOB
WORK' -
Magnolia, Nov S mber29tJa 1831 |5tf j January 16th:1832, lit EXECUTED. AT' THIS BLANK.BILLS OF LADNG-Just prin- A. A. FISHER, d. m., for :
OFFICE T. E
; ed and for sole at this O1c: 17th RANDOLPH, marsfcaL J'Ja.Duary
1833.O't't 22t4$
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