The Floridian
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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: February 7, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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 )
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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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* at 8iLIs.( tlia1we 1"ehtd.. and tnt "anI' sehens
Tuesday Morning i. ,
lishtdevery THE deceptive. :. .
I zdnce-orFive in fi i\ montJ1stprr" FLORDHLTh. -

IW lpU'dollars in discontinued unices at the option ofarrearages WNO'rOi Jin. Jt 1
ill be la tie 8ft:1te. yskrday. petiti," Wtore "tfa
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F4i1Ar, heiil'e 1 Conspicuously inserted at sctcrtisc1" by Messrs. $illsbee< Smith. Preotwa.R WeL.ter .'
will !. lioIns. Hilt
nts i iptoa, eym t..' \\\kins.
' the first ilIscri ion, and Md
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,ff, per uarc continuance. All ad- _ t "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE. M.wre. A-rellf'\ Will received from the ,$ef'Ata.. uf
P'y ffor subsequent ._ the {
each otherS \ -_ ._ eaMtfy.containing tte utme* of the appLcl. ,
ctPt5 unless
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forbid -
t W. w ill be continued uncle the set (orth fllieioceriain initihei .
zEr WUtQ: debto .
JlK"cITv- Jl m mmur. 9 Qalt. u''Qe
S I i. IIi the United Stall"and the amount of the debts 4a9
( the :
1I ( on all letters and communications to rom each; 16111I.! of the'names of thwe wbu have ob-

11f fbr lS.3l'IWbL' paid, or they will nnt receive aUCn" tamed a relM togeiber i with the :.ermsi of compromise

orl NEW_GOODtsi 'Olt SALE. I niade in each cape: After the adoption o(the ivsoFo-

.. .111-:- __ I into ilijei.cUsuietf the Briber the tionsotVedue' I: and the ordering of.Meral bilk
. u CAME on ,A Plantation one mile above St. Marks, on the toa third
. of December last a sorrel Horse about four- rpdiag. the.following bilk were \awed:-
Notice. I Ir' teen and a half haids high. His left hind foot ishite. JOSEPH 1LADD east side of the river, containing about 80 acres. 1 he bill p.. vidiug for tho layro- oat and conrtractinz & a: .

ncrsons J having claims njramst the Estate %\ Has a snail white btrcak in his forehead. There are ten acres of imiroyed.lal1 1, a House, i I toad from /"Line ereek 'to ChatnhfMichio sadpurjhI.es t other

b ALTa fuYIS FLOYD dec'd, are hereby notified t Supposed to he at>out twelve old was appraised at and an excellent garden. There is a considerable : ; the nil for the relief/ of \\ m. King-and 0.k. -
1 aulhentithe I years ; f&taffttolffi; Oak.-The titles I I and h*' bill for
tho same are presented duly at $30. The owner is requestt-d to come forward quantity of Live will be guaran-1 ers ; tht relief of Henry Kilboara._
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' .t!unless the Executors within two years, they prove property, pa) charges and take him away. HAS received by die schooner Da- ied-ljersons wishing to purchase will apply toI I I The &enm peiu .tJme''time in the coosideratiou of
II to Lxecuti\e
,I barrf.l. And persons indebted tOhetatc LhMUEL BRUCE. \\ ebster, and skn.p Splendid, a complete TIMOTHY M'CxRTYat St. Marks-ARTHUR GINN, I I bustiieu. Ii

. i1 btM.t''rr required) to make immediate pay- Tallahassee, Jamary 10th 1S32. 21Sw.NEW.S'IORE stock of orthern Prolluce. Groceries, Dry-Goods.etc or to the Suhsrrilier at Qtiincy. S. F. JONES. ; 10 t.t LIlth.e Representatives, Mr Jenifer infro-

are can \r iriven..fliuasuoinu Among which are Liverpool) salt, mackerel (N. r.) Tallahas-'see, January 17th 1832. 224wihi I duced a nMoluiioQ for the appointmeat of a elm com.tmttee .
., Rum, Irish potatoes, seed oats, in sacks-3 splendid ; toinquire into the expediency of a removal |,ira
UEN. CHAIURS Exe'cr. ilc! lJi riclof 1 honda Jeficrsmi CourEinviKW. the by the general
. Bellows' Top Gigs: rain measures, Patent wacr- :; co. Sup. courtrj government of the free
BETSEY FLOYD Ex'irix. IN 'rALLA tA b.E.THE pails, large lot of tin warc, iron and steel Ploughs, DORSEY, t Attachment.-AH i-cr- i I coloured population, which after noftie discussion was

Jiauan'Sd 1S32. l 20tf. I Subscriber taken the house next door to best Rye Gin,wines, coffee, Toba ro of variars kinds vs: f sons in'ercs't. are nquirTIIOS. postponed tnl! Monday Mr. Thomas, of Mal'land,introdllCf'd" -
Vics J. WHITE. )ed to take noice, that suit pesolutiuri on the -mb d of ji Blacksmith's Tools with i ?
& M. ARAflSTEAD, fy CO. and is openinga improved: patent .
NOTICE.ndministnitrix. and general assortment ofGROCERIES very extensive assortment Hardware, Ensrish and by auacluncnt has been instituted in the above ca*c. amnant U any, of inderoniiy d&utothe Muteul'Mary!

flfl(1tF5j11t'1 i of theteof Es- ; Domestic Good, a good assortment of 1)n'rt, Ili., GEO. T. WARNER, Att'y for Pl'rT. land lot losses sur.tain.d during the late war. which
wa-retfrrvd to the Committee
THE Alexander Adair late of Leon County, tieIjerbt cJnrs, Paints, $-c. Bottled cider ofv ery good quality, January 24iL;) 1 i2. 233m The resolution inUuduced on Millitary Affiirjr _

," \ pivcs notice that she will presentl3i.n LIQUORS, & Table salt in small boxes, Raisins, bale rope, cottojibaginsr DOCTOR CRAIG. Bouldin. thesuiject of on a former darn? by )1 Ir. -
.to t-t Tdonn duties
\ amlvoucicr8 fir settlements before 1 1I DRY-GOODS. Osnaburghs, hats, shoes, Bonnets and, etc-Alsnj mad ; Respectfully informs the citizens of Tallahassee, i goodwa# th.ie. taken up : )Jr. Stem art moved on certain to ie-

If\'r: t() IK- held on the third) Monday an extensive assortment of fancy goods rcaly and Leon County, that he has removed from his. fer it to the eoft gilert l 011 .Manufactures insteau ol the II
which follow articles clot hiiu.
I anions: are ing .
ELIZABETH. ADAHITQTICE. former stand and has now taken the office recent- I commit Uu C A
between 'tJlllerco debate f'nll"eI, wicbconlined
:\1trchilrxt. Double refined Loaf. Havanna superior W lute. lie has two schooners which he calculates it run
20tt: the late Dr. Akin. tin -Ui,; of the
ly occupied by eipiration The 11
i32 this .mse )
i,11 Very clean,I'ct Orllans dil to Brown-Sugar.C this place and New-York durin sea.s- n ;
Jln\lary iflee, Havana Green, first quality. and having erecu-d a new ware-hou, is roadf to take January_ ll>!th_1832._ 22tfW or then went .lIto a cmmutttc of the '\u'i.\ on tfar "tate ,
the UittOD. Mr lloffiuan in tL.,. rhnir tK
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.-All persons having rotion tin and liberal advances on i i\ and to k 'riB %UT 4f K [ 1porUonnie&lYiX
/'Ic.-b Young Hyw Imperial and Poudiong storage t3tv1au arneldmlIi' *
::1jvitc3 12. i ; Ale ol Mr. JenitVr,.tuhx I
\ thc sate of Robert Holladajr, purchase to a l large amount. 'Iiilt pay a liKral price, ,
I a-1 11 the (
claJiiw present them duly authemi- I ill; FRESii TEAS. fur hides and skins. Deccmm} fOr 13th: 1831 17tf ATTORNEY l'r.L'V. ratio at J.fi\e thoa-aMd, wa wgutivwl Jlr. I V -
,t'd are rcq'.l1red0 Stewart proposed a ..thi r noicndineut lo fix it :il 'fwrty-
cJ"'it1.in lllt time Prescribed by law, or they will I (Ajax Cargo.) NOTICE.Six I ILL i'ractice ni the Courts of tlii.iJistrict, and si\.tti>u.wnd. This wa di-Kru.-wed an'H n"-.UI o'c."ck, .t

,,fll't\'tr, barred. Tl*>se indebted to the estate art f'hUl BJ.cl'less Pork, in half barrels." weeks after date application will be made in Jackson County Vv cst Fli.rida. His Office u h
t'qut'stl'd t<> nuke TOM immediate lL,: F1.It payment.( II AIRS, Adrn'r.Decem'r lack'erd 3 o.2. in whole and quarter do. by Jonathan Robinson to the presiding justice for is on Jefii-rson Street, opposite that of the Register. 1T. a. Telegraph.! ;

27lh 1 131. 1:t4Ssv7IFRTLAMLEY Mess do. vry fine, in quarter do. the County of Gadsden !(>r letters of Administration N. B. All instruments of writing, will he drawn r
-r.'I"ll. "....! -, -.- Fresh Leaf Lard, Goshcu Butter, Goshen chrcsc. the with the strictest attention to their legal accurJ.CY.Tal1altaosce The Eltrki. S11epert-IIi stature he i j" about fn e feet
_._n on_ __ ____ 1'stntp____._ nf_. John_ __n _LUIPX._- -. lecd._ late ol .t
Fresh Chailcstun Rice, Codfish, scotch lltrnngs, said 226\v June 20, 1S29. 3Stf.3IOR : six round, stout. and flashy, with a slight! inclination "

Sperm Cairilcs, winter strained Sperm Oil, Countv.JauaryI7thIb. _______ _L --___________ _______,_ ___ I"WUICJs corpulency His u-inal dress is a bluish grey ;
reside. Monticello Sweet Oil, New York dried Beef, QUINCY( ACADEMY. CAP i URLS OF OCR SLALl.Nti VLS-I or v\ ua! is termed a ppppf and salt colored coat, -0m- j
continue to at from Liverpool foe blown ir alt for table use. 5I.LThf sealing -cliooner :.w miua. ol New posed ol cotton and woolen and made wIde and flow >
nTJLL ( he will attend to any professional call Ir. uut: on will be fir the reception rf Votk ti'Uehed Louis ig. after tlit- of
Richmond list quality chewing Tobacco, THIS open at port (Fau.Ulai.cl linds) ) oo manner a sportsm an's. but longer than i
,1..1.'I Jefi>r"on or cither of th<* adjacent counties. Spanish all'I half Spanish Segars.Fresh on the first Monday of July next, under thf 18th I of Au 'u..t ia-1. fo. tIll'UI JIll! of ob'.airnn I :' they are generally worn ; with trowsers of the -.lIuep ,

}.Ll l\\r 3d I J'.32. -Otf bum-: Raisins, Fi
im.ARIANNA HOTEL.a .- with a variety of otncrs comprising every article in theGROCERY A large and commodious editice is now nearly completed Vemet. a..d thc crew maue prisoner Thr Capt. \ excirau
t if LINE. in thc pleasant and healthy village ot O.uincylitrc .tnelltUr of the crew went on boi,ii a chr. ')i"g in time I aWl soot natured, and stamped with unassuming mod- -1.
JJLiut'ir \'l1n"n.
I l.v
: ort \\ and in the vicinity of which, good boarding lruhllr.tllch WAS IOUillllo be a prize \e.-sel i) when I e-ty and simplicity. ills yes gley. .laughing and live- j
!UI. M THOMAS J. HOLMES. II CO; .rcignnnd ivonicstic Liquors, can be obtained in respectable families. time)) were put into tIe: hold and Cuitiit d 'Jl hours.ihpy .- I ly. 11101 bmw broad open, and untouched by age.-

; "'TrvlT1M1.. o' '- \.11tii&iC llolUuid bin, as imported country do. In this fcemiiiAry, young men will be pn-par; d I for weie then sentiiii shoic. tie.ttcd !like brute ann i His hdmr of a veliowisli red He i i4 acute strong built |I,

flj1IMsTRAToI'sN uTICE Genuine Bordeaux Brandy, do. do. com. do. ailinisMun into any college in the United States, or fur left with but pcaiitv supplies tf pruviioii-< to subsist i hill! uthletic. :and appears more than tweuty years youn- .

Jamaica Spirits, Nev England Rum, the study of any of the liberal pr ifesssim.s.. upon. (Jim the Uth: bept the ( 'apt aud some 01 time I gerthait he is in realitv.. lie is one of the greatest jotl3 .
\:1 COtifls hiaviii.i iy demands against the t'S ate I OH; reciiiie-d/.lonongnhelA I whiskey, common do.Wa The strictest attention will be paid\ to the morals and Clew were-out on ;in cxpeditiuii in a vea.>el under of the age. an indifferent no\eli! t; a worse -racti- )

U., Ari-uiiuw Graham dcc'il I, are requested) to prrj nt fI33ua ciciy .Madeira on uraft &. in bottles. manners of the pllpih,mid to prevent extravagant and Spanish color.-. The) 'manui-r of the crew were con cal farmer ; a tolerable astronomer ; as good JIB acglcr ,

i-irt, liulv! auilu ujcattd within the time prescribed I by u.U.u ut*. Claret ditto. r.nneces&ary expenditures, funds entrusted to ihe treasurer lined a? or :oner* for -ome time Lut after e\crik: peiitions as u poet ; a bad :ucflf'r. thou h wi hmto bE. thought a l:

t 1\\ KI tin) ,y will IK' f.ircvor harrf'd, and those indobt"Xdidcsta1 Old 4th proof Cei nLc Brandy, G years old in bottles, or the principal, will ll be strictly applied to the :and leiii'Histranfx's, the oviri.or' seut them to good one; poor manager of the things of tins woild; i

r, -( ', are 1't''l\1 s'e'd to make aynni with- iMida large "rIH.C1It c f liAl.- CAPS, BOOTS, purpose*, and wituin the hitiitatiunsThe prescril"t-d I Rio Jnfin uht.-it.ihej were received b-iad the U. an amiable man ; a war friend a tender husband. too

1 o' clay THOMAr-: jnAIL\t, Adm' or: Ladies and Gel!Ic 111 01': Shoes, Ready made clothing, principal of thc institution is a ge-nileir.in! of li- S>. sicnji of war ,\ illlcn, Capt. Cooper who ,vouid good a ma-ter; a lond fali.er.: beloved by \his :.o.gaLors, I

J;. ;,11.1 n' III! i-: 2 23'* consisting pxrily of Superfine Cloth C eats, a -r.ed bcral fdiiiaii.ii, and has acquired ronsiderable c l'eI I aid tr.em ill retun.n.g; home 'ihe foregoing information a humble diri-iiau, an<* a man who,
szcsund ti'1.stirs. Aigola Frock ditto, a tic anisic trtLnhmi1er lit 11CC \1\11 rejnuation in his }profession.The i contained in It letter trout one of the crew ol thd not de-erve an {lIenl}. Next to ',ph}. \\n' highest '
E.-'rhe heirs and
\ OTI C repre- : wear, roulks anti \.tors '(Iatc( s and uud-a- distinguish'i healthiness of the village and the Superior, dated at Kio :'aiifiio l4th OTne w Her amusement is the Lorder g m"s-allltl1g.; wre-.. 1:1I i.r .

1 1i r1t.alhof Beddin S'riner, and all other pcrttui bouts, cloth, casimere and sat imiet Pantaloons, ?iar- cheapness of :i.oardm are. among the many odx'ant.i- adds, that the 5uprtor. uheu tuKeu, had ou "'Janl up leaping raCIng. putting time itone,"throwing the ham-

'i i--Mnl: are IIt'n.hy ll"i med that six weeks after t cilJes and Valencia Y CSI S. A few pieces Irish Linen, ges ailurdcd by the location of this institution, ar.d the v.aitNol! J400 [(iiime skms, with a project; of a mo-t mer and ard.eyJohn Mact,ay V i il On.Rl. .

uu I-li.ti! apply for letters (If administration on the fine bliu-kOsirifh Feathers-<..iij)iiIs. u't'rillrlltl! ; jrescd -.- Trustees hive cry leawnuible a' suranreliathe: l'rsl'e.ousd .e' Our {'ovrrnment I is ..ovv Jfel'\IIg

suit J! BoldinSuuigcr drcas d.JOHN. ; O.t' post l'apcr.-One box elegant Fre-n h Han- character of institution will merit a liberal patronage lo \ ut a atop to tliee tut.ae, nu wur flu,_ ui.o iaw.1I \I.tTIOS.\R'i slOSERs.-Th number ofltev- I

T. JOHNSOX. jingPajicr, of the latest a ml m<>s l approved j-aiiiTiis: ; from the public. I commerce--and it ;< liojicd that these new lre-"IVII" olution.uv pei.sioier on iii rolls or ,he Uar ( -trice,

_hm'ytlh 1?32.! __. 23Gw fi.nal'saud Stubbs'.apan l'asc BIakiiiz14t, variety The u-rmsof Tuition in Mathematics aid Languages will li.-,:tfti the nicaus taken fur (puniahmg the piratical I Oct. I7ih. In;H'a] I l,7ti Of this nurnt.e: fJ\A) ie-

ot*,.,tn-r-xnicle-snot! urpssary :< m< mi'n-all! of which are IU) dollars per qu.irier. ag!re'-Ol, I ide ill Maine TUIJiuev; : Hampshire.. J4W; in %'.t.sa- ,

NOTICE. will be bOld loss forGxshorapjiro\i-dpnjer. Iu the Lmulnhi dcpiiriniciit, 2d class 56 25 pCI (hr.3l "illli-V h t Ri.LK l -'1 he Newik Mercantile: states J I chusott093, in Connecticutt. IOU in Khode l>. 1i.d. j

J.\ E-C. 1CCLES. do S j lit) per do.Payable that tile -hi|' lie'mJmhumm .i lillion. tium LR C.|>out lot "M. j 'JJI( in V"-riiioiit. 2.7-I!) in .Nework, 3 l) in %. \\ jerev I

4 LL }(11'011hayil1g' tiny demands a- Jdr* Cotton, Ilidts, Shins, nel all -iiiry; I rrdiictpurchased at. the end of the term, when the subscription Aibws.. \\Ji-. 11li1c'he(1 : t "p' tiiti e, ou time1LII ,| ]II'In 1'1'1111"'h'allia. J;. in L .-! -wai-e. 14,. inr I

:':*-_.l..J ,t the cst.ite of Dr. Ed\. .rd Aikt'n, Luc f.fTiUi } atthc highest market hirice.A1ril'2 is fm: a I longer term than I one quarter. I!. l lJl c. pail i.f the cat". vxas e-xj 1 i etm 10 i b >'t\ d.- I .iultnd.! tjtj.in; \'ir.iiiia. :"'<> in IVorlh C aroli: u.in IIi

.. **ct di'c'd. arc r'qiwstd toprvsrnt them dulyautnentseated 1831. r.t 2m. Application for admission to be nuide to the Trcav- Till' "c.d I WIt..1I1Ol.lt.\. ,,1\\ } ", I.olI tIs 4dm lIt'c. South C.iro'ina.: 77 in (It'tHia. 47d in bf-I I..ChYr

: within the time pir!,i'ribr l by law, or : 1*-;>0. I"- II.>.. _vfiir. aim it Ufieu- .1 \\ nat i.oui (.1 li.t- :7.:> i.-i = tUltt'' '''. 5.4: m uhio. 1 I-4 in icdian.-i 10

l. r\i/1! I'Mwer barred: -ar..l: all p-rvnis: indt-hu-d Just I C(' ( if.(1n t,1'lr.JOlI ATIL\\ ROBINSON ) dz.y -1It \\as 10"1. WI..I..t.1 tlw UIIUt"r\\l1el lrJ"IC s : in Lnui-iaiJ a l Itj ir. .\JI'I'-'PlI. I 10 in jcItr ai 2' m

,.JtuJi"lan;: rl'q'd.1'1 nnke piynicn: without! JC.ai the iu->:. 'llien j ; \\3-t a."u iii.-u.ancu? nt ': i.ai.oi-. :>.") in .Vijh.iina. lam Mi..ouri. an a lo it. ..r.oIJMI

Adm'tnx. ". 'H 3f uoont-r :MJLO i! from Lumim.re, and for sale, : ,":NORWOOD, V Trustees. th.it city tin lln- t-ario. i I ct ui -lumbia; itfMce. ttieac tt.ete wen MG3i.
Dec uitx-r-27th I 1C31. I!9w I s.- jGltO( bushels of CORN, 11. >\ UrEN, 1lltJ.i.Zlil.l.A.tapt.. (BRAY ofthbrg i..'.nlic) I'lMisiuii t- '\ he aii.cuitt of warratt i! .. tl inP'I

r-_ 100 llbls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, ; IU> R\ GEE. Jani'-j. C
FOR NEW ORLEANS.] 15 MACKEREL, By order of the Board, f;irm> that ii.oiriatit'n( ..so l.eeu ieeueu u that j.lai eshi'iUV ;, I Uvd ti;- ;:; amid io. m and p luiol1er $1& ;1 10.

f1 -, bl '.in" Yhr.PETLll 40 tIe) HtRKINGS, (Siisquehana,) JAS. A. DTINLAP, Sccr'y. bi-iort.: h.' "all.'u (Cth L>< Ctiinf l.il) Itial m>joe
,.; 'r. 1h !i I.u ; 50 SACKS SALT, \Iay 10th, 1811.I :-J in tf. dm'murb.itmeeIma'1 Iii uheii nui at L Ulh 1I1oI. a... Uiai I ur From the Pennsylvania Enquirer.

1000 LI.s, BACON A\tS (superior,) REFERENCES.TIIOS. choyiie S tilieditn trooj'hud m cuustnut mice bee.de THE IU.NERAI. of MK. i'IR.\P.D.-'fI1 l nera. of

_t Ii. .)11 ..Jl.Ula rcr, Any persons within to purchase the corn, ran have >|'.iti i.fii U.II..tr. I the Kite Stepi Ii (iifind, il>qr took pLces preiotisiy -
\ 111 n.n as a 1'\1.1':: ; Fat'he' ht 'w ten 'rdit until the first January by irivinu;a bond with security. RANDAL, JviltrrsonLVM. 'tntr.; A 'I i Ur !o.\-- Au.LltlOnaJoI tr.e autlmr oi a annotii.ctd
\ terdav! .
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M._ and New ( !'rleans \ NUTALL L.-on. I
diirmj ,
u i.j tinprcsuil WMia. TIMOTHY M'CARTY.August late AJemon 01 t iirdiiiaioi.c}. i.aiu..ei s Laum
PETER. GAIT'j IER Ct: ion u.oxinir tVoiu ti.e ix-sideiice of.IjiC late de-
I : Fn s'iik> nr P.tssa-j* > uuy 1 bt( sc-i're-d 1 on apI.li- 17th 1831 52tf .n.OrtotlicTIirSTES. ol UI"gral.h) ) ok1 Hit ant \\e tJIt tiie, eij':uiU> a
ni '". lici.; A. Pin ip.s, c C';. at N< w -('rl'1II\So, or : : .. -. -:u tl ,-.,1111". we I Ct.n.l! ali'ii c the oriiinar) level! cl zmumiiaitIy. ui.u :I ctTiscd, ut 11 u'cck! precisely. iiulbre that hour
\ D.. ..... \1 j h P" '. 2 ; ho t'\er, t..e several .iveitues leitdiiiir to tie re-
i: : :.0. : _flIia. : I, 1'3U. Btf. J. G. & N. HAMLEN : cuiitiuues, at a laj.iui) u.citiisii.g ,atio, u> eiiia.;*- HoI I .
-----I'-O---I-SA'LE.ONEf REGULAR PACBET I dI1I1Cll luns. ti.l! it.s \ let 1J1 reacties a rtglul1-a muuu I sidence ;c tnrot'ijrtJ Wilt: dt'IlC iijusbt-s of our;

11..1.V E .|!5i>i receised by* late aniv- I 31ot 1lal.-I'ulll, ham rem. ai.u cut nu lioui iun ai> I I i Cit:/en*, an:iinisto lie pi-ci-.itij.'s oF iiie buri.i "T.ue

\\)\jnrMillrr>mt t '.-, ( (1'J"'r'Sn'ar! Shim- from Nti rk. k TO SJfciORLEANS' I >\ tmpatiiies.{ \\hC11 he jyri3hed heart liuzeii ZulU uiiof '. M> luitir flhted tor las weuith, and sr -
\ tJl' Latins, 10 j-r. <,{ t j"'o \ill Stouts : hi. Illlovs. "
\I' & niuriied tt-fined !;>r i i.is LLeral 1 cirmicie;- and the rnuiuliciiiC -
tII:1! tH: ::>. I U: j u.i EMORY.Ti W \
inut tlol1 of .
.I ; \\l : ins te l tneutary Kqi.ests.It
:_ ;, .ih.i's*', .!1\ 11'!' I l- :il I 47tf TilL CO.AILT
ono( Pair Nc2ro.sli .uiu l.. .j.ans, i is eoiiiputed that up\vaiui> of tv.eutv tin,nsand

: C E.-1'ic L cJ.iberVill 510* l'ieres'gl"O Cotton F'lcuaiut, 1 lij nci\v and siio>tuhiiui &UtJUl1'r The Furopenn 111:1'1'1:0 >p jaiv ul u Comet that will appear persl.4 \vtru aseiiLkt1! iu tile mu'ec'iate neiri.-
I .00 Do. \VollciiClirJiaiidSatinctts with 11. GU.oUJ inifK ol the tai th s o b.t. M.HUC
; ( ORNl-XIA CljESTc.ll laviiiex- iJtlrlHloll of the result nee and neni'V mat li\u..Jer
i.r fuii: .u in payjwirf debts due them, at the 100( Do. do. Point Blankets Captain Hint .n the 'faf 1.): Iltt. Ut.-unau .Aa'ioiiuiuera saj ,
-li" linarke-t! I jn"vr they will receive the same: KM( Do. RO.-O & Duffile do., ocilnt accommodations, will run during tic prexcm thc *
(. st..ra -. "T for shipping, All dangers of fire etc. at 20 B.ils lJ.nnc.stic. Sheetings &. Shirtings, &c. se-tisoii as a regular Packet, between Majjiolia and that poilion of Us orbit, ucarCalllt. patu ol the comci, l for its reception. The day wr.S
t" rdi uf:h' nwm-rs. IT Pi IZLJI Wool Hats New-Orleans. Goods will he taken on board: or lan- in its appioacli to tie :san, tliev su) it.- motion \\ 1.. be I cK-sir, though! severely cold, and the wJkmg in.
All j..rson !h:ivinw unsettled | tied at St.larks, if required. The Capta.n, if sulficif L.d. (:etuiencea t'l.LOUII.1 i, Kevtrtneic -
ncommts at our store, 500( Pieces S.ripe & Plaid Domestics, much tltstUi a..u si mnL." lIiIJ Hm\. pbees extremely disagreeable.
1 fr, JWjy C X: : tht'\: CitluT with Mr. : : Mr.J'lriiit this J trails, ami }promises thc utmost attcntios to busi- iJJ.OoU wmiuuiiiMui [
Gmlltllnu' wuhin )
>r :.:._.. .Lq- comets ma) pa s ituguta j: tie: pnc: ,vsinn passed were crowded witii spectator -
at Il nes.eiitniMcd to his chnr e. For freight o: pa';ai.f; of lilc ol J-i; unppioaehed I II I
(vky Comfint, no others being authorized ; derui.giii the motion the earth cornel .
and 1 windows of ti.e houses an
Schooner the presented
From New-Orleans I (lie I i
>tfttle or lnjuidate the 8.\11(. hy npply to the Captain 011 UiArd.AJtirnoIia :iU near the eaith .us 10 Ia.cn"c Us peuu.tMiliimupwards I
L.W.BURNETkro. NATIVE ____ December 20rh 1831. IStJunoT I I: of two days commuted L i Uce. meeaith's array of I1eadsaid ilt.'aJdn.t.solt.nllY >jK\ -
I ed that have had similar occasion
]1'1n"lip\ Xovernlier 29ii 1831. 14tfaa iiiotioii I in icr orbit \\JUti hav e been equal i} re-j l parallc-t on a
150 Bbls. WHI 'ikV, \vithiii our riculicdicu.: Ait appeared to feel curiMty -
TRUSTEE SALE laitled.! .ate iucreuscu rile 1 lenrii: oi !
anatoi.jiequeiili) j I.'I
!u Half do. old do.
r.rOTICE.Sixvceks all l last
after date the nearly nine h uls.s nosucn tahda.-> ( were anxious to participate in the
,\liHl'Jl1 100( Bills Superfine New Wheat FLOUR, '- .lr.s(1Ict of a t.ecti of .iu.>i cxec'itedby Daniel I I year loity of the cor.Md- of the remains of ricti and
was to
: will OC taadc ly Anthony Lamherl I produced the disturbing ioice comet testimony respect a ",
tll.tJt ''lfr..1I.! :4ttiec 'f Leon f'ClUn\ i'r, letters If lot Coil IJALiS ROPE, 'Haw'), tome as trustee, I sj ;;11 pn ceed to sell ered ius*nsible. The n,as: ol the comet was 1-uuutii I. we may add with safety, a great man.

\wustratiAi.n. the c&,Me of Francis M-rice, late of 100 Pieces Helly Kentucky BAGGING I 'Weiinuvday the Sih of February 1532, hets ecu part le.-rf than that of the t-aith. lu i-io4 the moon wad The procession was headed by a plain! upen
m 10,000 Lbs. Middlings & Shoulders /UCO.V, Lime hours of 10 o'clock a. it,. and 3 p. m., at pr.blic
county., Januarvi4t' jrAl11N1s'r1A'ro1's V2. -230. comet which must tla\ t pu-ard wiimn and
i eclipsed by a ; hearse, in which the coffin was conspicuous,
5 II lids. Canvassed ILMHS, auction for cash, in front of Brown'sriLtrn, Talla- effect
20U.OOO miles of! the earth-and it is KHUWII of
SALE.- 50 Boxes Kegs best Richmond TOBACCO, has erc, all or f>o much of the Plantation recently in producted Ijv its aKracme foiee, eithei on the was thus rendered tiT a lew n.oments the object
20 Do Porter and ALE the of dec'd. \as iraze for thousand Leholders. Tile
be sold on ti'l'} in Tallahassee posiosion C&u-y Brnauht| compriiin-r earth moon. The immenseeiocitv ol comets ma} eager many
capitol or
MJuesdaythc21stof square 10 Dozen Collate' & Cos. AXES, 160 arri-s, tether with the dw'ellins house&c and not kcnstbte ati'eclihc immediate; lelatives, anti those most intlmattly
I wh uo
March Nero Le principal rea .u )
Jh! estate of ,-iIInu=hhv V.'hiTchurst, one! dec'd.belonging _100 BAGS SHOT. Miw-mill, as will be sufficient to pay off a judgment e.f motion a of the vi3n ts. That ol IGcU wa> ca.cuiateu connected wit I. the deceased, occupied cot-cl.ea

P\L \ ItIAHVIIITEHlTIUT, CHEAPER T1MJT VLJET.'YLO OUjs, inirrest and costs obtained by WilliamVyatt: by Newton to nlO\e at the rate ol rUU.OUU u.iie au fifteen others, but nntenaited, Jill l1\\llg: tn ilie

-J'J..n.; C-'ll 1e4)D3IINJSTRATIOR'S. )3"'wI against Ernnuuili; and others, and also the costs of the hour, and Urabone observed ue at 1'orienuo in li:;$U, rar. After the pall beateais, those in the el1.;r.HY
l AN) KL IN trust sa t'. D. M. S1IKFIELD, Trustee.20tds. whose velocity he computed to be equal lo {l.UUlIIJ of the late merchant, such as the clerks r-.f iacountinff

i. SALE. : BEG: l leave to inHe the altentiuii of .lnr'aiy 1d I R32. miles an hour. The comet ol 1450 is best L Kuu\.,. b) ?, house g the clerks of his banking I l'< tsc: ,

,, lllpb.e t WJJ! tit the highest .' at the late rriril customers and the public in general, to 4JF E 1IJ gQ astrouoiners. Iu period is computed lo DC auoui
of Arcliibald 0 raharn dcc'd.(in Gads Icti CounOnTuesday their present stock of gOOdS, they iletm it Miperllous tu l\IAG OLIA. though from its motion uenife disturbeu by u.e and AMeinen of the ciry-the members
) hM"
the 20te of March next, (five likely enumerate every article, w ith vrhich there shelves, arc planets it is sometimes IUllg r. It appeal u n. of the select ane common councils-the high e-n-
'egroes--Tt'nl made known on the day of sale crowded, and therefore merely remark, that they have. B ESIROUs of relieving myself of very bright ; and was looked alter w ito -e.'} giedi an- stables lull the city Police-the city "'Patchrreu-

,I THOMAS B. GRAHAM, Adm'tor. iow on ham) a superior aaaortimnt of goods, which the duties, of my present situation, and anxious lietyin IT tf;-but Claiiault ueterunnee l.om 'CalCUlation the otlicers and members of the several mas...ic
!"narr 24th IM2. 23Sw they will sell chcaj {'rthan tvir for cash, cotton or approved altogether to clcse my nlfairs in A.a;nolia. 1 he abovepremises Ihatit would not apeur; tin Ap.n, 179. 1 t he increased -
credit. There assortment consists of the fuliwingdebcriptiou.s with the furniture fixtnrcsete. is ollerfd for length of its pCI iud he aU Ilbhtell to the tiflu- Lodges, with their appropriate badges-the n-er-

LAW NOTICE. < Viz sale and gnat bargains, will be given in this property ance of Jupiter and Saturn, nearwhicti It woulu .a.o.- : chants and sea captains-the several benevolent

C LIARLES STONE, will practice in the Courts of all kinds Hardware & to any one whose purpose it would suit to take possession It accordingly approached neale:the foil on the ]:tb I Societies, and the citizens generally. The procession

of Gadsden. Jackson, Wa&iinjrton! und \Val"Vrritory Diy-Goods on the first of March next. of .March. 1759 ll" this is the comet to w Inch the .\- must have been nearly a mile in I leiigili,
. I;!,r.ftties tHe Classes HATS THOMPSON. refer, it will not aj.peai till Iru4 or 5.- the funeral that '
:: III of Fioridx IIffi ce is at Cutlery, Looking HENRY I ropean papers and possibly constituted largest
1l: WestFloiuta.nsindebleillotit'siib.scril! Shoes: Saddles A 1-fovemlicr. 29th 1831., 1 15linADMIN15T11ATOUS'NOTICE. The distance of this comet from the sun weeu in lie has ever taken place in Philladd! )hia. .
"':fJrr::. l 31, 14'f. etc. great anetyot -- extreme end of its orbit, is about t ,lIlIUU .0 innes ; )etit The will of Mr. Girard has not yet been made
-. China Glass and Earthen-AVare leturn- regularly and its period has been calcumeuuy
() As of it obtained
1' >er are n U0das public. soon as a copy can ,
jnctrtquostc'd Persons claims he inuthematican within
l.Jy liuviug against :
to call and settle their accounts ALL shall be spread before our readers, who no doubt
: : of the late William Ar!yl.', deceaSed,
note or otherwise. Itr.-\lJ TlII fed! a natural curiosity upon the subject.
1 j tat' WhOle of which win be sold accurmng lo the I aie required to present them duly! authen'.icau-d within -
FREDERICK TOWLE.GOODS.. the will be forever FJ'c1JIlhe Lkurltstun L't-urier. ------ -' -- -
of tune prescribed by law or they --
cotton eic.
times and the low ,
._. !1ryI7tl1 S32. tf i The following letter to the Editor of the Evening .JV A DVERTISE11EN'f.JSTRAYS.Takenup.
r. .:-_ _ St. Marks December 13th 1631. 17'f barred. Those indebted to the estate are molested u> yi
the nmcti conversation
make immediate Post having been sul.jtctuf
, 'i.ESH Iii the Superior| Court lor tile Middlee Districtof payment.KITTY V. ARGYLE, ) Administrators. this city yesterdaye copy it lioui that jjapur lor theitifonnaiion

Florida, Leon County; October Anno Domini JOHN W. AllUYLE. > of our readers.

, SJl) ? B4rrcUBuckwheat t' 1831. Dec 27th 1831. 198w. WASHINGTON. Jan. 11.-Sir. Adams you know, is f4 ,j th.' suljscribtr, three hmetd'f

FLOUR, ZACHARIAH JERKINS, ) chairman of the committee of manufactures.' At the catlU,..valued! at twenty dollars, and
; 5" Fly market Family BEEF, aoainst > In chancery. FIRE INSURANCE. meeting of the committee this morning he came OOl iu d>scribed as follows,by Thomas J-.hn,

, S Kits. SQundi aut.l Tonues Beef TONGUES, MARTHA JERKINS.It 5 -n.1J1stlosi or damage by FIRE\n the mo&t decided manner in favor of a reduction ot the .S.e V* ... and Francis Epps, appointed apprais-

. 10 IO.egllG hcl1 BUTTER appearing by return of the Marshal, and hy INSURANCE l the, most favorable terms on application duties, using substantially this strong language it: 1Jr.Clay's rs, by vi/iue of the 4th section of the act concerning
. iuadmissable ; keeplithe marks brands November -
entirely and 21st
lCS proposition is estrays, approved
of the Protection Insurance ,
I 10 Ffcah Bunch Rajdns affidavit filed that Martha Jerkins does not reside to the Subscriber, agent
I In ward of promise to the ear aud breaks u to tne 1828-Viz : One dim white cow, marked with a
If' 6" London I)runes, I within this Territory. It is ordered, that if company the fair, Hartford Connecticut.ofthc every must application be- sense. 1 am for affording substantial reliel to the s..uth; crop. in the left ear and undf r-slit in the some far. 110 -
Cash value
10 Cak Brown Stout the said Martha does not and answer the property -they are oppressed-they mind and said cow
Clltcse appear stated and evidence furnished the correctness their complaints are just -one yearling calf belonging to, ,
o satisfactory ,
bill before the first Monday in will not be satisfied with any delusive brand iSlbJe-ae of about seven
l S Pille A complainants on, or of the and the good moral cannot. and IK said cow yeM8.rhe
) Received JJplc Cheese. April next, the said bill of complaint and the matters character the The, solvency of the Office, scheme of modification. I teli gentlemen thej must owne of said cattle is requested to prove property

per Ioop Splendid, and for sale 1 by and things therein alleged, will be taken pro and its fairness and applicant. dlity be confidently relied relieve tne south or fight them. 1 for one declare that i pay charges and take them away,
l'VILLIAM ( lunCH may scheme of like
G. BURGESS. hazard hi union for policy / T. E. RANDOLPH.
will any
it is not
as8ee, DN'.emht'r confesso and decreed accordingly ; and fur- on. E. B. PERl\IN s.
I 13th 1831. 17tfestcott the present tariff. The gentlemen. I Irom. .whom. I received .-j Tan.\Vn'.p, February 7th 1832. 258w
Ja. order be 27tf 1 .
L.. I) \ ther ordered, that a c-Opyof this published Tallahassee, Feb. 22, 1S31. -have misunderstood thc- exyresi-

4&VE. Jr. & J. P. Booth, in some newspaper in this Territory once a Executor's Notice.A ; dent in this the report strength may of his language but it is very cer- SEA Island Cotton Seed of the best
ti a Law partnership in Florida. The week for three months successively. tain that he expressed in strong terms his opinion that can he had of Mr. William Kyif, near

1 the lttreiJdel1\Veit e of the former is Tallahassee, and of A true copy, LL persons having claims againstthe he south was oppressed andim relieved, and bat R cky Comfort post office, and at Mr. D. Kankins,

II Iotueltrat d Point! Appalachicola Bay. Busi- Teste xSL-t estate of Abram J. Cabell, late of Jefferson Mr Clay's project #as illusory using ti.e strong expression Appalaclucola, at 50 cents per. busheL It ,is from one
I !*81.r.a.dj4)1l11ng! them in any of the conrts of Florida JAMES S. LINN, Clerk. County, are required to present them duly authenticated that they must relieve or fight the south. 1 ->f lliel-est plantations in (S. C.,) and ccst the-e one

'Le Counties Georgia or Alabama, will January 17th 183 223m within the time-prescribed by law, or they wil:! have no time for speculations; the probability is, tt.at ''ollar per. Bushel, ai-d has only been one yenr pl>m'edin -S i
I -Yftttended to. Au 3d, 1831. sotf be forever barred. All persons indebted to said estatt in the senate the tariff-party will be. firm-but thai in this fcu-c. F. r1ry 7.h 1832. 252T-tm

\Nl BILLS OF GEORGE S. HAWKINS, ire requested to nake immediate' ament. oar house we shall obtain an indication of a disposition ";JOllVORK F.XECUTED AT TILtS
r? 4 arid for LADNG-Just prin- TTORNEl and counsellor LAW. Marianna JOHN G. GL)11E3 ecutor. redress our wrOi s. 'lr. Adams I am ir.euned to OFFICE

lale at this Office, A West Florida. -January 6th 1831. _26tf December 27th. Ii31t U'Svv I, hope, is honest ia the views he has c.1prclIsejulI will .



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REPORT submitted by Mr. BALTZELL.Tms.4 i Mr. WRIGHT from the committee on tho Jadiciarj made the following ])I- matiori iespcctingtl.cpostr.:c paid for the Governor anti Secret) y that the privilege of efectmg t "certain officers ntend'

; :. *. .u.atuce. to wncm was releried a resolution requiring report. of this} Territory; I have the honor to encl'-se a communication frin people of*1 Arkansas shall also, be -given to the '10

: I ; the judges ot mo suj. riur courts of this Territory, to ullti in The committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the communication I- !the Auditor shewing the amount i paid 'for that object since IS'ZS. C- lers" of Flon da. This was the opinion of the counclrti.

their res peuive dismcih, have the honor to Report. of John Uoo'uian r.s Thatuiey nave had .hu ubjeei under cunsidcintion and given toil port that they have given to the plan of Mr. Roman, 'for embodying the 3overnorsince 18:8, are also enclosed. striied bestow the authority the ,can he
to upon} legislative
the laws 'Jf Florida in codes the !
I" the uxtemion which the nature 01 it, ana its importance dcznani.I which it itt entitled from separate the known und respectful consideration to The postage! properly pwyable by the territory accrues on rctunsof Florida which is given to the two Houses of the to UJt
t I That the resolution be not mi undel"'St.c.I, it may I Ie proper to rt- ability industry of that gen I- the! flections lor Delegate Men.bers of the Council, County Old legisla
t : ,"J mark that the obje- of it is to require the.ju.les to exchane districts tlemanv The committee have had before them a specimen of the plan Militia officers, the laws of other States transmlt.led to this offte, Arkang s jomtly. It certailly was 110t intended to d tc
Jj't of Mr. Kodcuaniu the draft of a laws to establish rules of letters CUUh1t'' in their capacitY, 3 a legislative body tv
each auccteditw: the other in reguarrotatIon in the discharge practice enclosing! official bonds, n latingio the appointment of officrs the
of his and pleading in the superior courts of this territory, and they have no r voters," and yet this is the only
I official duties "for in&tnIC the judge t f the l'astcr district resignation of Commissions, and other territorial business. qtcJfied deignatt1
\ or j
I t. :I the spring terms, would preside in the western district, differ hesitation in expressing from the their opinion, that many of its provisions>ich Until! the last two years, the annual pamphlet of the laws tas upon! whom the power of electing any officers is j
I widely laws would be cpnferred
th: judge of the western district would preside over the middle, and intfueiae existing productive of a very transmitted by Mail to Justices of the Peace and some other olfi. rs Florida by this law.Nor can ue presume that it Was
the jud e of ihc middle m the eastern district. At the fall terms thejudueof : salutary upon branch of ourjurisprude..ce. But it i is not and on which I the postage was paid here, but the increased number Congress to bestow this power upon the legislative lI1tend ed
all in
," the district would in the middle the in cases sale legislation to accept of even certain advantage,, officers and notice -the fact tl.al Congress in the
eastern I preside judge with the : : annual appropia- without the concession, that the act is very bungling :11.
of the western, in the eastern, and judge of the middle in the coupled possible incoiiveniencesa.lwaysineident to a change. tion expressly I included the transmutation of the laws, as one obJct that those who framed it
hi (tact, though it may beem somewhat paradoii.alitu nevertheless true,, of the complete ; or were ignorant
western d.strict.At appropriation, induced the discontinuance oftlus aid of
that for tile better not desirable. practice f fact that the !legislatures of Florida, and
changes are Jdiilerently
always evil
he under h Arkansas
the the great the the las other modes
of the judges would scmJinrr of There
succeeding terms next year, return by conveyance. issone \
which we have fullered is an of constituted for( if such the intrntiare ,
excess legislation. 'J hue is scarcely l ; was
to their old stations, and afterwards commence again the proposed ]>oiiicm of the }postage hrrolofcre paid which is properly payable by C
round of ion. ; afforded to make a judicious expuMtiou of a law, before it is repealed the United States and respecting the payment of which' by the Din rress, with a knowledge of this f fact, some provision

It will n1 crat j>erceived that the judge of southern district is not und af'IColle is> enacted iu its ..tend, the new law is in its I ted States there will he no diffic tl' I imagine thc amount iiab.ut the mode of f proceeding, applicable to our If "llature'Oj regu1a'I !?

embraced thc this plan, nor."would it be proper owing to the nature in turn tin-lepealtd decisions and our tLus courts.the laboisof iSs-ipliut> are lit exemplified[ $20 annually, and it accrues on communications between the Su- have been inserted. It may be said perhaps, to grant to '

of, his duties, ai d the. peculiar smmti( r ol ls (:i lr.a. pirintendjnt Indian affairs and the ogenl and t'ulvAgentof Indians legislature of one territory such jMnvers and not to
The committee do :.o Mi. noc.m ItI't1lan., the justice believe thai
We do not wish to detract from: the merts of the present highly had il been adopted and v\i>ely executed at the commencement to ol our ) and! others relating to brsiness of the l!. S. If paid by the would be partial and unequal legislation. Good reasonuthis alto

I respectable members of the judiciary, nor disparage the claimsthey terriloral u.eul, it would have txcrted tie thIan' United States it would be out of the appropriation for the contingent distinction however, ciii hc Ic und in the circumstance
ol .
a may public confidence and rcgird, but we are ful.y gCl\'l upon practice expenses i f Florida. This Is $350 annually. If the territorial aw aladverted of ;
\eto legislatures
and upon the righls of the [people, a much more influence to, being differently cnmpojJ
( :. justified, we in sayis.g that despatch of business-impartiality -alut.uy I IeII!-: payment of t the pontage is repealed", the letters would lave to
klnt than has been f felt, fioin the laws which have from tune to tune Principles of sound policy, which in the opinion of
of dcci i. confidence in the bench 1 remain in the Post Office' the whole of this Cmight on
:\:11 itKrca-icd would be the or amount paid out apropriatii .
been enacted in th.s but believe that extension of
teriitoiy. tlu-y it i is now too lute forbid( the such power to a .
I results If this if adopted. Tlc! produced by I .
mcaurl nov.by prcbidingAt to attempt inc numerous. and iWJ'on.UlI changes d The I
projoM cmi- of t but members and 1 in
al:nost every term'cr anew pe.ipc} the variety ot cases mitte therefore beg leave to be oVclmiged from the further consideration fcr the appointment of a clerk tn the Executive u hard- composed tcn" forming itself, the /
presented for derision the comparison naturtliy instituted by the of the ly sufficient to dt fray the incidental expenses of the ll.>wrnorsanil popular! branch of legislature, as is the case 1O. Florida .

!t community between different m.-mbers of tic court, would stimulate suhjcct.Itcpcctfully[ submitted, eertarv's lliccs. I have been rnrciul in my arcounis; leduct at the same time, would not induce the rcithholdingitfmjconstruction

t to exertion in discharge of duty, and t-nsurea faithful admin DKNJAMIN: D. WRIGHT. all pfstaLCon letters not on public business nd not filed as such in two 1iou.e of tllc legislature of Arkmsa.: The act ore

l .. istration of the laws. Nor is it of slight importance that the judges The committee on the judiciary who havg .been istrncted to enquire my office, as will be seen by an insptc'ion: of them. gress is t to lilY view plainlyand! perspicuousJ): drafted, and ';

would be necessarily lncq : tinted with the Infants, their causes into and rer ort upon. the cxtit-iliency of passing some law lo au I am sir respectfully your oh' !. servt. constructoIl I have given to I.t clearand II1antftSt. Any
ana the nature oi the qucst'-ms t ) arise Lctj'l incin, there wouiul J. D. AYESTCOTT, JR.
tliorie the holding to bail of absconding debtors. ainu|>o, to autIioris& renders the act imperlt-c, and incongruous.
I j% c no time for,the fonniu ion of prejudice, or undue bias, the judge writ lion. Abram Bellamy, :
the issuing tlie of CAPIAS AD feATtSPAtlUiDUM.: ( J have This construction is lor tided by another act of
/ would enter the court with a mind 4-re to : the and President < f die Council.This Conoresi,
receive rue r .
: the honor to that deem the of sucla
they passing law !
report not only Alay the 8th 1330 amendatory of the former
I': t rect impression: of a rase from the cvijtnce, and "hat alone. I but loll.c ami fulire communication wU retll and with the accompanying elocu- act. 7'that
expedient highly important inlere.-t I
lI A great objection: to he present sj tem eoiui&ts in its sameness to the character of the territory. That proem the English Inv on this sub sine. men is laid on the table. tiC.I amendments, some (of which I relate to the appo.

1' and W.\i of variety, the judyt-eal1sthe. same number of cases, over ject which [milted the creditor so long an !I.e was tiliiug to the i ;A1 r. LOVE presented It report from the Ct'nJi!oit'Iwr of School meiii of justscfs! of the peace, auditor, and treasurer, aT .
: and over a: ain, uiuf perhaps the sU tra<-c is tried uin.he becomes expense attendant on the contiiicincnt ol his debtor to keep him pay iu I lands! in Giuixlen; county, which was rcud and referred to to the clanscnbed in the first section of the former: act, refer solely to\\

f- T.r out, not s.) much by any )\mr j :rformeil, as for want of something prison, was a hard and rigorous iaw.: 110 one will!! iloubt, but It is believed mittee on Schools and! Colleges.! kansas, is it appears to me conclusive on this point I'// '

n"w to enrage his and imp it to exertion-surCPision lobe as unjust, and impolitic to exempt the fiuululent debtor, The PREfclDIvNT l presented a memorial from 'illiamIaPradl': not mentioned in this supplemental[ act, and yet it must rr
i is the or icr "of luau; \ ire } throws a chaun around ("- from all rectrnmi us it would be. to gulijt-ct the honest but insolvent praying the payment claim amount ,\ ll1ch'as read and referred to ceded if the provisions 1 in the former law were intended to ,

je't.s %hich is in vain looi-d! for frm other sonrre. The seasons f< l- debtor to imprisonment at the w ill of his relentless ciediitr. indeed I Iit the Committee! on claims.Mr.BUOTH to u?, equal reasons exist for giving us the benefit of ;ap .
l low one anoMirr: in ron'jop., and even, the heavenly xlics theniperf.rn ni.iv well be questioned whether so far as either plan ismcuuiled I prcsord: \'a.nous petitions from citizens Jacksm mendmpnts. the j jbe .
Seiv.-s :an r<1nmion.Ti. ; county n:ain.sl the division of that which were read and 1 lull
n't uuvarymjr to moral influence the latter be ltrahl county
exun a plau not Law de
pr i> I think the council} should the
I nut assume I exclusive J
i'f -rior )n the tabjc. ;
juiigts our su, "n-.rts: constitute the judicial dcpartnicniof fined to he rule of civil conduct, but n hen it happens to .. power
ouro'vernm ir, an essential and all important portion of with M.e inteii'stsof tuo.eon whom it oj.eiates ; they aie ever .juare The resolutions following were offered by Mr. Nuttall, read an! appointment, unless it is clearly' [ and I'indisputably delated J

tlitodv: politic tlu'V are appointed for the whole territryand their to make it a rule of moral conduct also ; if the rulr! of law iiu.u gi u-ady the L y yL Mopted.Vcsolvcd. til'1t1. it'there. any room/or doubt, its exercise should '

wisiom"and) talniib si f'fir as they can be ohtained, are due, and I passions or subserve their j.r tlu,'iM' he ex'onded to all its inhabitants. There should exit no other I higher obligations of honor and mat ality. and me too apt to think lln.1 pass.crc,jf a IAW to establish annr&t ;.ai in this Territory as a mca.ure .- proper attribute of a legislative body. Its exercise more

: .:. bonnes to their! duties than 'hose of the territory. I they hive done enough for both b) conforming: tlnnieUes lo the strict: ; highly important to tin pcaeeaiidsafety nf the country. perlyan executive function. This power is not inlltTtnt! "'

T.c; experience of many enlightened and respectable states in letter of the law.'hcn, therefore. the law puts 1rll the power ol 1 Resolved. furth., r, that his excellency,be required to transmit tilt imas.been cOiHelltlt.'din; the councillor in any branch of (

i tic union jusily entitled to crcai weight, they have tested the ad- the debtor to defraud his creditor by ith-hoiding from him hit honest res :!Intion: to the Delegate by the next mail.." mctit, but it In-Iongs] originally to the People. It has goveij.

: vanlagvs of the S} Sl'm! sHestec, and so far as we arc informt-d, dues, it not only! tends to the destiuction of all private credit, aud th.' The several resolutions fulloHlIglre uficrcd by Mr. Fitzpatnol, bt-en classed! the wi.- hoxvevej
by e: t political writers
read and > > as most propelappertaining
arc not desirous of giine: up. ( sanction of authority! ]>roC'cding subversion of all private confidence but to the dt.-stiuclion also ofa adopted. .
from the great states of Ah ama, SoUh) and >orth: ( :-'- proper state of moral f feeling in the community-(ioodiaxvs( niav nut its'Solved[ that the Committee on the State of tile Territory be in ) ; to the fJ' cullre.'lS are attendant. on its bd-f

lina, and Virginia, and some o lcrs. deserves the attentive coiisuicrntim be capable of supplying: a vvhols'jnie nllralil. where .idors not eAi.-l. structtd{ to memorialize C( iircss 011 the su:j'-cl of nmvin the! In- exclusively vested in eit..er. The effect of placing It.with i trl
flf the council. Jln"" CHi fths erriiory and tin- asufrieu-nl number executive stilely would;! be the creation of
but bail laws will certainly destroy it where it dot's -\ibt-vvluiM tincon.inntfc t. I ;app'Miitin} <-i a coips ollmgert
M Nor do we think the disadvantages of the present sysfrm remedied : would urge, however, such an aueiruio.i; n: our (ircsent I ('!:ifipe tilt persons to etlect Jut mca.->are. on at tile metropolis, seekers of of lice, and dtprllfaIlt3onlJt.

l; by having' ( of nppeils. In our opinion weVannot hav: |11itH would enable lilt creditor lo procure that jui:ure ...-Inch' it i is liittlie ) Resolved: ilia; tin. Finance C"mmitiec be author.se to tYnniv b''nrttorial} favor, jesls in any irovernment.) and on theol

I I1 j Ii, both, it would be better to adopt the plan suggested, even if that gitatobji.-cl i of all lawiJ to enforce, they would, a SII, de-ire to seethe I i fn.ni>MHks the relt seiiitt IY:5: fthe la. e Treasurer of the terri: ry: tIC ii.iiid, experience has proved, that giving such power to a fc..t:
court was abolished.) but debtor I and p.tpersboingin;: to that .lli'-c and that the chief Clerk.uo .
honest poor surrounded with the most uviolahlu pi/:cc- : > irislative body, tends to corruption in the elections
: I It has been suggested that the arlditiclJl:111ahor impns-'d upon the lion against imprisonment or ui.necessary restrriint. '1 here is / I l: 011:y thi m If t this resolution f'rti.it. !,. before tk.
; mtei lerence with and the obstruction of
Ii;}; judges w ould present a Mirimis difficulty-\Vlien it i is n rolleeted! I. however ciinnnal ill a man's bei.ig: i in dcbl beyond his means of j.aymeul [jut it I i !lie i : resolution following was olkrtd oy .Mr.l Bu'rzell and i\id on people, the course '
I'f{ that the duties of our judges are not arduous and require but cotliinly mcoiisi.taut with all notions of caniino honesty, fur the the tab.e-. J legislation, and otten to the introduction !of a system of l/ii., ,

a email portion of the!" time this argument t, it is conwivi-d, would! debtoi to wilhholdorsccietethoscmeaiisofpavinciU) which heieal. I. Hes'.lvctl, that tlicjourn! 'Is, paper--} Tinloheri: ? e'mien.snfthe I..r7.CltJ, intrigue, and management, destructive of the charW

be entitled to bill flu it' weight. It is believed: that the duties wnld! sPsseslier looking at tho subject) In eer) |>omto \'IeW III which} pos-i it I I: risiative! Council be handed over by thtt clerk U lie >ccjt.nry .f the and digniu! of the !legislature, and subversive of all good put,.

not be nirc onerous than arc perfonned by the judges in Alabamu.or : has been presented to them tie: committee ale of opinion that use acl i'o TK'jry J' ,Ill. I l. cjjJes. Congre>s, I have no doubt! so considered, in vestin ftj'ippoiiitmo

.1! Georgia -They arc certainly not so much so, as Mv>-.e; performed of I4, to abolish iinjirisonniLiit foi debt, /uIIItrtilt.! relief oi IJ:-II- I I I The a''.il- (jdveriu-r c .muiirat' d! 5i.it l.e p.s.Il! a'pr.ed; ,1.J ; ; power in the governor and legislature ofFlorwk' ,
by thejudgesof the fuprmo e.urt of the United atl"s-It is weiiv vent dehtors with sotnesiig.it moditicatioiia furnislesthe most eligible ..i null Mid$! :bLed: in iiit, tiffin.the f: 1"in i'tjlN; vz: ;1' txj exercised conjointly. Each act. as check tile other.
known that :''Lt.AN in tha in I A.:, aot L', c tL Jh.h the : _, .. upon '
judge presides : court the winter at plan) on the subject. I : biundary in.e bt.iv. ecu n ald Jttes.- ai lui r'a- evi.o resulting from the execlusive exercise of i i4ji

J. "Washington, gnin: through nil the important labors of his station Thccotnuiittec. therefore recommend tl.o adoptioi of tho fellowingrf I c. .ii, lt..S.. I I >'.\ tby cither sues i.
i ,. : ; are theieby rtidd.
A t... : Y.I r. T*. .,,. ,
uflcrwardstrawls hllllollll .
and ,
there Ohio I
I tSH to thence to I l1Iuckv. & >cntiit IfnReolvcd. .pn.n flr n "t \IV _, 4
If'( thence to lcnnrs.ssec, noiuing' courts three ana four wec1\s duration as the sense of this legislative! council that the l 1I\\s in ...r. t'l'l'/.i ATKlL i K fr in tin. Committee- on Finance; mu-Je lrcti' : J .. ptHH'r t reject mlprOpl'r noman3tions bv a O'overoor.. '

I at each j lare. I relation to the collection of debts! ought to besoa!"eird and amemlfd I. .. iLL n purt : j jtt.hciJii. exercised by the council, is fully sufficient to S14Q.

Acrording to an estimate made by the committee, the judges o that while the utmost protection IK atfu.ded to the iwne.-t but inaolvunldflitor : 1 lu i .11 luce ( 'cmisittcr: to w :.i I'.j!I uas rfcr l rl.. rtLior. ( -;"!- seivc every useful purpose. It has not in any case leen ihaexercised ,

If". J this territory are engaged between three and four months of the par the dishonest and fraudulent debtor: may be subjected to imprisonment (.m.11I) ..:. .t.; l'J'S a-:J 11llm! Ce'nii',.!, i :t'' J- !!:C:.tll'lIli '1 '.\ and failed in having proper rect: I.

J'' + in their courts, so that they would! have eight months whi '!1t might until a fair surrender of 'his etr'ctLe inac'c in payment of his .\s>e:.sr (-1 viF rS:1I C"i'ty:: Lave :!Le S.l'm: ud; o" c n-i-Lra.i:: :ui! But if the power of the council to pass this law is concedd-

t J be devoted to private business and to travelling, and the remainder: debts. Respectfully! submitted."lSt have lIi..:. \cr..J nj'.m aa x:ullin'I.i"II.lj'; ;. .. .> ., '..:-. t.a": t.e I am yet to l learn wiry it is necessary, or if necessary whyec

t to the courts. .:\JA.\Iit O \\'lU HT. original a.1 .uiu ixtur-ed tr"'in .ii.it ouin :y. :!;Al 7-IIIU u'.ii l iu.it ticd to the two olrices of treasurer and auditor. With !
):' Untlercvcry view then in which the committee have been uj 1'11! ; ni..tj II 1 i' .lit- ( the A .lii.. .' ) J.iu! !\ fQ'JZI
able to The fiM repot was read and! concuned in, the other report and ac- r'l'n :.SCS- )( i.u : ; :i u y.lax propriety and reason, should the council elect notaries
Ii f.onsiMr the matter, they are of opinion that die public good would coinpan; } ing i evolution! was read and laid on the laIfr. !. collected f.i :-.lit.! co i: r '\a-\Yl.hflc'J 011 iha siv an allowance of$'J4, auctioneers. The executive from justices, ,
l. b- Promoted by the ail''- ;ion of ihr rr 5.lu\n.!; .BAL r ZELLalkcd and obtained leave to enter his dissent thereto 35 ceins .-. !,..I'I I ; >, tn'sa: e :rin*., UK- :ax tor the terri be whom impropriety is to
-- .-- at some future day on tlie journals. tory $530--Sttf.'Jo; C.t., .,i' which z' inirnjr a.! d stage's charged on apprehended in regard to the former, should} not be e>

,i LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.Proceeding's The fuither consideration: of the following tills was postponed until the 1 books a!.ini:v u'. .' a.x (-'o..Ic.--t.".. trusted with the nomination of the latter. The act of Cot .

'. to-fliOl lOW. i The Finance L'n.uii.te t', ,'.Iudl .. :is r.fei red the bill tube enti gress confers the! same power upon the council in respect fail!

I! of Juiiuaiy the tWCI1I( A bill relating to crimes and misdemeanors. I tied an. act to !prri.u i..h <.">umy c ..:---.s 1t.n1e-vying tHe ii certhese offices. The executive has no control over the fun.lsaiim <

H.i > -cighth, A bill relating to the administration 01 eatites, and tim duties of -CS, I..I\-,. ltLt U:!; :. Wc :.:It. ,'r l'dl.sit..Ci ti >n and be's: leave t. the treasury, in any respect, n any power over its officm
concluded from our last. executors, aiiirmistratois, and guardians. h.l i. c. riiii: t: i. inn'ie-rr: ...1&CrItiOhi! of it.Mr. alter appoinuv.ent.He has in no wISe any concern WIth .

tf I *t bill! concerning iiuiv. \V1.IGH'I'otti{ :i u.e {''rzii'itiCe on Judiciary reported department, except to draw for his postage account, and &

'f'' The bill to be entitled "an art to provide for the ccll.rtr.n of: A bill to alter und amend the several acts relating to roads highways a bill!l to bcentiilid: IP ,. ji dinciuu the method of proceeding rewards for the apprehension of criminals & T'.e' notion the

:.; jiKl; emcnts i.riin'i.t free n.- roc-K and jimlattoes," was rfau a .svcoiul"time I and Mi.-gfs in the territory of florid j I!i against absent: t.': .: 01; ., uiid otr.er ab>ent defendants, and the power of appointment in this territory is one from the c-
t and ouniitedto a r.ininitifcof tile whole \Ir. A bill concerning: pultols. I on attachment al !
r Uobiou ill tLc a .u!: Ncmiiing debtors, which was read a ercise ot'Iiic1i, either advantage or satisfaction is to bedenVed
A bid rt uliling I the mode of writs of ,
\vhorcportedlhcsaaiev.ithamendinents the suing out error and mode of first time and made
t I. or.ler of
reportas rt'- i tne day lor Friday next. is founded mistake. There
c.tved ; the- bill was then r+;;id a Uiird imc and l'.h-f'd-.Ic i iBalizell : rs prosecuting upptaN I. the couit of appeals of the territory of Flori Mr. F'lL'Zl'A'RICK horn the ecci! committee to whom executive duties in none in the whole range 'f

: Cotip'r, }'it7.pliriclLfI"t i :, [,i'sl. il hcretolort
Warren : \otins ia favor of; and \l '. PrcsiJci.t uutl ..vnrs Dvnl, everal bills incorporating a company to be culled the St. Andrews I contract ieported which consulting only the personal interests and ease of theq-
.. Hun, "uilall, lopc, and vriiilit : G.aal\l'St it-ord.rtd ihat'ihc and Chijinl.i canui company that Committee-reM] >rted the same r.s concluded with William ecutive, I should be less tenacious of yielding. The most ji"

title *.-c as afores.tid.Tnc The engrossed bill to or;aluse and form a new county in the territory 1 \\ ijson, u'Mcii: ; was read and agreed to by the hou>e. cious exercise of this power will not shield the executive liceimire ':

'i cnrnassrd: bill to be entitled in act to incorjit raiLconniiia- was made the (ii(IeI of the i.ay for vedne-iliy. Mr. NUT i'ALL from the Select Conimittce on Divorces to or prevent clamor and dissati=taction. The OhhiLatie rt

: toners f f.. ishtll Print," was cOIi1.nitt.c.d; to a r.mimitt. enf the whew ,I The b II to preside I for holding the fllAt011\ of the I legislative i ; I wLoin lied been rd rH'(1( their petitions, I t'ported.he following to conform" to the Organic hws, and the belief that the ptvpo-

IMi. Sanchez in the chair, who re-ported the ame wi,.: ii.iicn.imns, ; council at rit. Au ustinu. was matte the tinier of the day t for tiiursd.i/. : biJls, wiiicn were severally read the 1st time.A ed law is dangerous principle compels however to re ;

: the rei'<-rt. was concurred in, and die bill read a third t.iae and j pai :- I I The ;jne-amoles and iCMiluttons. lutioiluceil liy Mtajrt Pricut, i'ojte ; bid, to be entitled an act tor the relief Enoch Dudleit.! me

: f sell : opieied that the title Le asalorcsaid.Thvr llJd"arrclI.. on the 2t.tii lu"t. were ruaiicthe older of the day tbiti.ur.ilav. i A hili to be entitled an :act I lor tl.e relief of H l'(.Leu 1'nce. Very respectfully

tI. IcctursanJtnuivircTsof en-iroised; bill lobe this en territury itl..u11,*' aCL was concerning enmmitted) to a 'h.Mii tax rf' -I.I Ti. lull relative to the inlioductiHii of hl.tves, WH eonniuited to a ,I CH( Mr.reCl'lll'Jlfllil'd.(BVi D from! tne Committee on Enrolled bills: reported r Your ob't/servant

1it teoof t iaewh.cIr.! : Cot.por in the ell.ur11..- rcj.ored: tl.e} bit ; roiiiiintU'i* of the whole./ .l r Wanon tie cIair. win rt-joit-d ti.cbiii JAMES D. "WESTCOTT h
with first An act to establish: the rate pilotage! for the St. Johns and Hon.
tti- ami A. BELLAMY
with jmeii read atuiidlimcund pistil : oruutcd that the ti'lcbo as af j-t-saiil.; put; .he I HIIUM-concuned ; .Mr. I're.ilent and le-.srs Ihitzi5. Cooper, .r-.as-au rivers.An President cf the Council.

I. TH: fur;!tier considraiionof the fallowing ill was }oktponed until itZj.atncK. Hunt, Pope., Koljiou. ami V. ngiu ; C votug mine a tin in- act to incorporate the Commissioners for Shell Point.

inojuiay next. hive and Mers ij\m, Lovu, I\uUiAlll'nl'st. r-anctuz, and V\ arren I An act to establish: the (j.uKden Springs in Alachua county, The consideration of the bill and communication was postpto >

A oIfto .c ttitibil<: ), ao act to alter and amend the s. \1'.11 :.ctsrclaJin 0 III the i1e ;ativf.I and to est.'ibiifh; a It'rrOil the Suvvannee.An ned until to-morrow.

; t.) r .i,lv, hijihw tysand bridges iu I the territory of Florida." I !I. hill lo be entitled an act t.) organizt> a county IT be caiied the art concerning tnej/'ax Collectors, and Treasurer of this 'I'IIC re:3olIWHl) ; orleret.l: by Mr.Vright on yesterday was t\keD.

.A tlitllll be tinnier:, 1-1 act reunlitmg the mode of suing; (.ut coui.ty of f'a)cUe, was reid a d tilll" .Hld counnittr-d b" cominitt. i Territory.t and amcnded, So as to read, 1esoh'ed, as thc sen3e of tills LegIS". ;
writs of error, pi..M.cumigapjic-a's: in the of the whole, Mr. Kohiou in the cii.ur: who ted tie his wnn :ivs Council I that
I ; court of ajiptals, of rt'pw a'i I An act to re ed the} I laws in rclatitn to the I collection 0fdebtsOU5k I'
; : an act the fund.
i I the of Florl,1.1.! incndinents, which waconcurred and conrernmg! Literary!
Territory repnil III, the bih ordered to he -iltered and amended that while the is offer
t! The i llonb. nsMvei.! it elf into be engroed and leada third time tCl-nlOn-uw. I And an ,!Ci to I.roror.ite; tIle Trustees( tIt (ita'ticy; Academy utmost protection 1
: a committee of the whole \tr. cd to the honest, but insolvent debtor the dishonest and tniudulent
!I "f anvil ia the chair, -41 the : ill to he cuiillcd, "an act to amend, ant Tim hill for the lelief of Allen \V. Coleman, was read a 2d time ,I The I PUE'iOllNT I I L I pre enled I the 1 foliovvitig: communication debtor refusing to make a fair surrender, hiserTects, in payment oi

net c..n.'t ring ati-olsMliecommittee 1 1 reported progress and asked anti committed to a cemmiltee of th.. whole, Mr.' Fitspatnck in l le'! fiom the Actinir! ( )ven.or.EXECL his debts, may be subjected; to imprisonment amended the re". ,

I' f ii\, and.; IlI't'J !ave to sit a ain. chair, who epoited the same with the enacting clause! stricken out, LIVE OFFICE, TALLAHASSEE, ? lution was adopted:

TI _"'!!I ".ll tol :.e iivitlul, '. an act toincornorate, a Bank in the Chvct the..,house. ..,.concurred. .. ... in the, .report.. .lamml'lI-. .-- -. OJ 30th- ---- -IHJ:2-._ --, J\ l\lr. Priest. -- -- anI__n I_Ifp_._ .,...r<. R".tT....,, TIn..1.L .. :. :......,.;'.".IU.n' .u., -TM&_.-,
l. .1.
j'I iaii.tna-sve, was reaii a .secona time and commuted iiJurLii-a resolution: III relation to the dis'.nbulion: ot the S1R-\ccnp:1IlyilJ tlu Isuttall and %
to a com- lawN of coimnuMention i is the bill entitled, I 'rht-S! .in the arfirmativa; and Messrs. B.lJt n"
niitue-f:t tliv! while, \1 r. u arren in the chair this session, was n ad and adopted. I An
who act to aineiul Cooper Pope Priest Robiou
reported pro- The bill and aik-r( tin' several actsinregtirdto trea- Sanchez and arren-7 in the nega .
grtss in.i ashct! aid obtained l leave to sit again on to be entitled an act. to authorise the sale of certain real "
I tuesday next. estale of Waller Saudeis :, surer and auditor this territory. That provision in this tJ\'Te'l ,-:
l' The fio'iethcn I itrncd until dec'dwas read 2d and committed
adj" 11 o'clock monday a time.
on : committee
next. bill 1e of the whole Mr. Hunt resumedti* .
the I in the Chair
giving of ,
JANUARY to a committee of the whole, Mr. \\ right in the chair who reported j j power flection or .ippointmcnt of these I two ) further consideration entitled'"An
of V
Tiir1 Iii.u4o mr.t pursuant to adjournment and a quorum being the bill with amendments: the report was received and the bill ordered j j otlicers! to the council exclusively, is in my opinion! in violation t crimes and : bill lo be act relating aid obo :

nuniitcKof, .nturday were read. pieser.11hH to engrossed and read a third time to-morrow. I ol" die acts of Congress orgamzmir the territorial government ; ) tained leate nuslenlcalIcsrs"theyreported to sit a- nin. progressandasked "

t "Vir M( 'l'f A LL gave notice. that on some fntnre day, he would The bill to be entitled an act organise a county to be called Co and to which all our legislation must strictly conform. The OrThe j further' conside-rati the bills postponed uslil -j

I ask J"tiNe to intioducfc a bill to authorise George Fisher Senior, to lumbia was read a:il time and committed to a committee .'f the whole, ( gallic laws in the distribution of powers to the several branches another day. following was ,

: huiid a iniildaiii and iock across the Ocklocknee river. Mr. Robiou in the chair, who reported the same with amendments, j I i of our territorial government bestow the the I A bill to lu entitled summoning a
the upon governor nn act to amend an act for the
4 Air WAKUKN: gave notice that on some future day he would introduce read report third was time concurred in, and the bill ordered to be engrossed and power to appoint and commission by and trilh/ the consent of Grand and Pdltur"' s and for other purposes.
1'I a h.i: '0 b. entitled an act to require the of additional to-morrow. *' the A bill
holding an legislative council all
The bill to be entitled officers civil and of the militia, whose concerning t'&nry.
J term of the superior court in Hamilton an act to amend an act, to raise revenue for
: a
county. the appointments are not [in said laws ] otherwise bill relating! to roads, highways and bridges. J
Territory florida. provided for,
\1 r. A> CUCZ gave notice that on to-morrow he would was read a iid lime and committed to a committee A bill! oi
: introduceS, of the whole and which shall be established by laic." This has been coneming the administration of estates, and the duties
S. a J-ill to hn ':.ttied au act to require incuiubrances Mr. Love in the chair, who reported the same power
C bt-ii:"irY ) uhtC upon property to i with amendments the report Was received, the rules waived. the bill exeicised by the executive fioni the I first organisation of the t executors The bills, administrators and guardians.

.Mr: M i ALL intioduced a bill to .entitled an act for the relief read a 3d time and passed, ordered that the title be as aforesaid. territory. Until the law I have quoted ;is annulled, and wltl1nv.. concerning the Chipolaand St. Andrews Canal coiflp

I". cf '*AjiiidK Hruwa, and Frederick WeeJon.- which was read a first The House in committee of the whole, Mr. Cooper in the chair. out the express and undoubted permission of Congress in a newThe" engrossed bill to alter the time the Cow
holding Superior
tim. resumed the further consideration of the bill to by entitled, an act to law, the council have no right to wrest from the executive Jackson COtiiit' .
;: >jt. BALTZELL introduced a bill to be entitled aulhoiiso the sale of the real estate of Alexander Adair the bill of the
was portion thus
an act In
authorising i powers conl rred. my opinion no suchpermission And the engrossed bill organize a to be called the cowl
reported with county
Farhh; < amendments the
nrter, beatou Grantland. and was concurred in. the rules of
tl c heirs of Charles Williarn- has been I have Fayette.
j the relort i granted. it has been
so.. ;ccd to build a draw were waived and the a 3d time and ordered I
the St. Marks passed
over -
was iad n first time al bill river which that the title be as aforesaid. argued that this permission is to be found in the act of! Congress The bill to he entitled, an nt.to regulate! the fees certain officers
o, & be
> to entitled _
\ laying out the school lands in this which an act to provide for The House then adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock. of the 21st of January 1929, entitled An act to authorise the was read a 2d lime and committed; to a committee of hIehole! ,
territory, was referred to the Nuttall in
the chair who *
the amendment
citizens with
of Arkansas reported same
committee on schools and colleges. JAKUART 31. and Florida to elect their officers and

: Mr HTZl'ATUICK introduced a bill to be entitled an act to amend The the house met pursuant to adjournment, aud a quorum being present for other purposes." I have examined l this law attentively, which The was house received.in committee of the whole, Air. Warren in the chairreand

.I an net concerning election members of the Legislative Council minutes of yesterday were read. cannot discover even the shadow of a foundation for such snnied the further consideration of the bill nIs-fb! 9
of the Territory of }Florida, which Mr. NUTTA-L introduced a bill to be entitled author It be concerning pa
wat read a first time and ordered an act to argument. cannot contended that any part of this act reported and asked and obtaiued leave sit .
l i ton_second_reading to-morrow.. ise George Fisher Sen. to build mill dam and lock across the Olock- relates to, oraflects this question but the 1st 2nd and 4th The house progress to again. d* *
committee of the whole Mr. Warren in the "
i I Jr. rurt presented the petitition of Wills nee and fir other tmrlIOSC"S. wnirla_ _. ', .-'_. rpnl.... ro...<,. ,.imnu .... }
and Perry, asking the' ---- -' .A. u. sections. resumed the *
further court
Mr. consideration of the bil! concerning the
'i i prevtlege of establishing a the WARREJs' introduced a bill to ciititlcd for the hold-
on Appalachian' river, which' 9A an act Those sections wlo
in appeals the without
are these words : reported same amendment report55received
I \ read and referred ing a special term of the
i vas to a select committee Superior Court for the Middle District of
j Popr. Baltzell, and Cooper. consisting of Messrs Florida, m Hamilton countywhich was read a 1st time and ordered First section" The citizens of the territory of Arkansas, -anel the bill made the order of the day for to-morrpw.

_____ I t The Resident preBented the petition of to a second reading to-morrow. qualified] to vote t shall f and may, at such time and place and The engrossed bill to be entitled an act concerning Soldiers *
Salomon E. Mntthers 1-
William Connell, praying to be relieved from: the payment of certain, and Mr. SANChEZ introduced a bill to be entitled an act to require "under such rules and regulations! as the legislature! of I said chezin Seamen the, was chair be who recommitted ted to the a committee without of the amendment-whole, Mr. :'
I incunibrances repo: same
: money, which was read and referred to the' committee \In Finance. time on property to be made public, which was read a 1st territory may prescribe, elect their officers, civil and military, report was received Mr. President and Messrs. Baltzell, Boot*
f Mr. KU'ITALL presented a memorial from and ordered to a second reading on Thursday next. such the laws of in force ,
r George Fisher, which except as by Congress now are to Cooper Fitzpatrick Love Nuttall Priest. Robiou Sanchez an
Mr. BYRD : ,
read and laid
was on the table. gave notice that lit would ask leave introduce be _
1 to-morrow to appointed by the President the United States and
: cx- Warren andVrJgh
-11 votes for and Messrs. Byrd Hunt Pope
bill ,
The following resolution a to be entitled
.' : offered by Mr. Wright, was read and adopted name of the Leon Rail Road an act to incorporate a company by the cept also, justices of the peace, auditor and treasurer for 4arainsit. .

Resolved That the M r. BAL'l'' _ELL entered his Company. "said territory, who shall be chosen by joint vote of both \'. BALTZELL withdrew the resolution offered by him oft
Sellelnt dissent
made the ,
at l be to made
.1 : sell at pobhc auction, the,furniture arms nf the, J last instructed to collect and Mr. bright on }.l'sterdllyfrom the Committee on the report by in Houses of the legislature at such time, and for such term of former day, in relation! to printing.
i.i to ovci the amount from legislative council, Bud the following terms. Judiciary service as the said legislature shall prescribe." The bill to be entitled, an act to amend an act establishing abe

l' pay of Finance. arming such) ale, to the order of the committee I The undersigned a mcmbei of the Judiciary Crmmittee, begs Second section" The term of service, and I the I duties an dOVeI' the Suwannee river, was read a 2d time, and ordered CD-_

: J The following I resolution wa* offered by Mr. BuStzeU I read and adopted :. leave to dissent from the views in the report of that body on the sub- powers, fees, and emoluments I of the t officers, civil and I milif grossed The engrossed and read a bill 3d to to-morrow.be entitled an act for the relief of Wi1i'

i r ; .- ._ -, ject.. of-- bail. and. "imprisonment- -for debt. ( f*>t vr *irt Vk 4 ItA tiTAnei dtirtll ft A T\irtjrf M rwi.-i lur 4li A -,-, i. -.1 --_ ---.1 -\t T _1._ 1F Thisth C00'

11 1lSuveo, .Ifl" commmee on Bi.iiuui9anu roiie eB, oe and they I ti wouio. ue juauy regarded as evidence ol presumption to embody legislature, and they shall be commissioned by the governor per, Hunt, Love, Nut'all. Pope, Priest, Robimi, Warrenand '

'1 are hereby instructed to prepare a memorial to be addressed to Con- arguments Jrst and ablest on a question which has enlisted, in opposition to it the of the territory, and subject to be removed from office in -11 voting for; and Mr. President, and Messrs. Byrd, FiZIt1:
praying for the sale uf the sixteem.'i' men in America. It is
J grof and for the sections throughout territory for debt has sufficient to state, that imprisonment such mode and for such cause as the legislature shall declare and Sanchez against it, ordered that the title be as aforesaid.
of the been abandoned in
5i use of schoolin; the appropriation money to arise therefrom to the and most zealous and it many states by its warmest I by law." All laws now in force, inconsistent with the provisions The engrossed bill to be entitled, an act to Or1ordert1**
respective would be
townships. supporters, indeed in
strange to l he called Columbia was read a 3J time and passed,
( this county
act hereby shall
Mr. BYRD from the committe enrolled into make a retropade movement in behalf are repealed. act "
on bills a that is beginning .
reported correctly measure -
dial the title be amended adding "and foroherpurpo3e.
enrolled, an act to provide for to be abandoned elsewhere take effect, from and after the first day of December 1829." by ,
building a jail at West. by almosiunanimous u"
Key consent. act e
I \ The bill be entitled to amend an
engrossed to an act j
Mr: LOVE from the Fourth section It shall be lawful for the
qualified voters 2
on Claims made the !following report (Signed) THOS. BALTZELL. an act lo raise a revenue for the territory of Florida," was reaaa
that they have had under The PRESIDENT the the of Florida elect their officers civil and military
consideration the petition of Benja. presented following communication from territory to time and passed ; ordered that the title be as aforesaid. .
min Firl. and"are of opinion tbat his CabA comes properly before the the Acting Governor. in such manner and under suclj rules, regulations, restrictions The engrossed bill to be entitled, an act to authorise thC sais.

cuanty court. And beg to be discharged from tbe further contidera- EXECUTIVE OFFICE, ) 6 and conditions, as are prescribed in time foregoing the real estate of Walter; Sandersdec'd., wrs read a 3d tune >->

tjo of the. ,;bject. Tallahassee, Jan. 29, 1832. > 1 provisions in the two first sections of this act." passed ; ordered that the title be as aforesaid.

.' IR\ Ia AlJS1fr to the rejBolutjojj ofUjo Couut-U requesting ijjfor Idearly understand this law to provide nothing more than The House then adjourned until to-morrow 9 o'clqcK,

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--- .. great gornerah.*I eye.II! It*. We Aye CI| kenu yd may hit laugh yea's!'r jut said tWDe he, f j ,cusiOIOra would be any more dislterested No!! ging to his dark abode hecatombs of annual .iKsrRtttCTiojfix jA .I.IC.l..-tt is':* that- there .j

s FLOB I : that lau in' leieH(t'Dff that'' oadY"e Lea mair need 'I cnc ., it is the imperfection.of man that sacrifices and numbering ,among the doomed. been a serious insurrection of the blacks! in this iupor: I1.
to pray than 1 presents the difficulty; and until that shall cease, rant island r that plantations l'
to laugh at him when Beauty in the pride etherial loveliness and' many had been destruy
... T ,LiA1xETIJFS : : : ye see that he*on the braid way to destruction. I'm the gentleman from Georgia will never get out of manhood in the ed, and that all tke armed teasels in the port of King- J
FEllHUARY 7. really sorry for,the poor scoundref alter a' and troth I it. rhe President and Directors of the mother presumption of unfailing aba, had been moored in potion to rake every street

4' Y l\IORNINGJ think we nude join an' pray for him. For my own part Bank had been governednot by political or party strength. Precaution had knelt to the young with their guns when necessary. This intelligence
t I shall lend my mite. motives in memorial victims and raised its suppliant hands Prediction was received bv the ship Mary Rowland 1'
presenting this but by the -- from
; :
: -OCh cf Kng- Thddby.} CuL GADS With down that he said ofT his old slouched hat. and kneeled obligation under which they lay, not only to the had sounded its Alarum bell," and vigilant Free Fitch Prtti.J of the Volador, on the 8th instant.A*. O. r
tfiboll' of the on the floor, 1
DEN 1 1 as b hed by an unanm1ou'ute a long 'lor Cow leaning\\ on a chair wheie he pray. stockholders, but to the government: of the United ; atiection pointed at the insatiate monster but _
understand that the prcsrnt1Jouc prayer at. as he familiarly called him
(f Ren We when States. What would be the ell ct refusing to deaf to all voice nave that of glad Recipe for Fxmily Pence.-An
:4tfI. i the War Dc- representing a forlorn case to hi- bker. I do anticipationthey Emperor of China
'incumbent, wUl receive a Clerkship not know what I would now giieto ha e a copy of that renew the charter, or to act upon the subject, till rushed into the arms of the destroyer. discovered a family, of which the mister, wives, children -

prater for I never heard any thing like it. It was so two years, or till a single year before its expiration grand children, and servants, amounting to a
parunentcoucnntfrom that belore' the ? Could tie from Georgia have I considerable number, all lived in a"
cutting end Vat rose up foaming wi."- gentleman reflected From the London of 15th October. harmony to won D
TO"..-Thc Georgia Courier of January 30th rage heaving his stick and crIed, I tell gin upon the consequences? That Bank has THE Spectator I derful degree. On his expressing his admiration of the

fI.no l COT 7 l-2 to 9 ccUl fcamie Laidluw 1 winna be prayed t for at"e.that gate ower.!'_ given a credit 50,000,000 dollars to the people AAPEAL TO PHYSICAL FORcE.-Therc- : circumstance, and enquirin what means were employed 1
qUl1rS II there were different been a great deal said against the late outrages ofthe to p serve quiet, onion- so
places and decrees of punishments of the United States. What did he suppose I many persons, the .1Jt
tccislativc Council is actively engaged in bu- he said. as the auld hoary reprobate maintained the effect suddenly withdrawing that credit? mob -and very properly : lor violence is an.. old man taking a pencil, wrote only-patience, patience ,

Thc TU adjournment will nut take place I It-fore thcTnnt. 1 -that was to say, three or four c his. then he prayed Its effect, not only to the individuals to whom the exceedingly ban argument, and convinces nobody. palience. Ie
11ij i that poor Cow Vat might be the easW Men, however, whose heads are hot and empty,
session law. ilflportfl1 credit been all others
ijt the I limit of the l.y Many had given, but to connected Colim.The author of Lacon
1 ane. : U c cudna better whose hands are full and ready is probably the
na arc
expect place. he said naturally an-
\t have'been made in tinstatutes.} : .-Al and indeed with them? It would be nettling short of utter des thor of "0. P. Q." He is a
alterations we snould be ashamed to ask it. But prone to a rash application of force. No correspondent to the -11
on person
'r, l mLcd a stcond reading, for i issu ng writs of the ither hand," he continued, if it he true that the ol tion. Whether the charter were to be grantedor has exemplified this proposition more strikingly London Morning Chronicle, at the i alary of SOOt per J

JtS bill has luiit in certain cases against debtors.-Al-ill recontains obJector our petition cheated James Cunni h..UJ. an' refused, the House was bound in every view of than some of the Peers themselves. Did not anmm- Ho is a man of splended talents, but said to r
&Itac}111 the to it and to defirri- a have* complaint of "shuffling, cutting and II
subject net dealinas
Sandy now, act
, has }'3ssed. It as wo con- O'lJowerhope. out u from two or three hundred upon short time the Marquis of in
l :;ptr1hS o' 1,111111 ago, Londonderry, well is shaking the dice." But in this case it iN.
pourds siller. wh A of four was not than would
guIatt we hardy' tively. period more *
in > can ask sic a situation years
,.Mionable feature, allowing negrocsIfC:1UJ thc extremity poverty hardly to thc old! maxim
S for apply Ex
CL. ) J linn; and If it be fdrthrr true that he idt his was indispensably requisite to wind the Concerns rNQ .
by the consent of their I masters. iin up wit, challenge the Lord Chancellor on the Woolsack .- O.tNESBostn! Pat.
I jocary !re-arms vile. Nanny Stothait. and took up with another, ofsuch an institution. If the consideration I I
in the midst of deliberative .
' (whom he I.amed.nmlCand a assembly, I -
surname.) reat! >' wr have of the subject at this time was necessarilyatten- / I-
From the Georgia Courier. hardly' the face to auk any mitigation for him at a':' ded with embarrassment he should it composed of'men highest in station, and profes: DIED-Departed this life at his residence, on the M
dt were fought last week, one at Fort Theluiloi and 1. and another onr. 1 ha\e forgotten any regret ; sing to be first in wisdom IVas this gross outrage 31st f January, on Rocky Comfort in the 70th
but still be hold year
the *
.,lI\bct\\fen; } ) Jen. WOOLFOLK. and Major who it was hut think, il was probably Adie al Aberlo, ,must to be preat to leading all interest oftilC punished in any way ? Was the brutal ordeal of life age, Mr. JONATHAN THOMAS. Mr. T., re-

vVlP: _i" which the former was killed-the other at were obliged to hold Vat ny main f force upon his chair country paramount political and alluded to, scottedat, and the proposer of it mod from Dnplin North Carolina 1925, and uaa '*
(. Lincoln! count near Poici slmrjr, between till the player WLS finish d." party considerations. If it was in the power of expelled the House ? When, again, the mob fur several years proprietor of a respectable b arding U-
1 Ls In gentlemen to discard all such t feelings in considering home in Quincy he has left
C.1I'1IIini n" from Union District-GiST and had! been giilty of some excesses, what was the a large family and l1um'I'
HOUSE OF the question to which this memorial bcr of friends to lament his loss.
: FAKROV. The latier was killed. REPRESENTATIVES.This great referred first idea that da ted across diG of
UB or bright genius
f it DIED-in tlis place on thc 18th nit.
he that be done. after
earnestly hoped might
., day being, by the rules of the House, the hereditary legislator ?-That he would pistol the i lingcringihlneof several months Capt. JOHN fa
. from New-Orleans Bee, Janunrv 19. day of the week on which petitions are to be received iMr. Cambreleng of New-York, said that he people Inhisp.acein the House of Lords, he I ER, in the 61st year of his aije, formerly! of Georgia.DOWN'C
STill LATER -By ship number heartily joined in the wish just expressed by declared his intention himself for that He bencvelent 't*
yjiowbnd; Cp.ikin, we have'recdved our a were presented; amongst which arming was a and indulgent parent, and a knd: '?'
. ?: supplying} Havre dates of the was pa-sented, the gentleman from South v'arohna (Mr. Mc- purpose. Was it pointed out to him by any one I husband, and has left a large family to lament his loss. 1
fi'sjf hjnpn <
S Pans Fifn: of( the 26, and London the 21th of Nov. l3y Mr. AicDuffie, the memorial of the President Duffie,) that the subject might be approached that he was about to proceed under the same blind His illntss was long j and severe, but. he willingly re,1

"'Tlu ih: : lit.S from France, though r.ot of a peneral inrt aud Directors, on behalf uf the Stockholders, without any thing like political excitement; and ignorant t feelings that actuated the very mob sh of ned his soul to its creator under the confident hope

? >uJs rather} imfiorwnt. A riot hHS broken out in of the Uatik of the United States, asking lor the but that gentleman must live far beyond the that oe dispiscd so much ? Who was the leveller a more perfect future happiness. >,*-

flourixhihp and commercial city ot Lyons, which} I renewal of t ineir charter. L here ? Another noble, Lord, stung by some article o
of man's life if be livedto
11tT"luhoJ witii the most serious results. We have BANK OF THE UNITED STATES. ordinary length ever in a newspaper, immediately recurred to those FOR SALE-A first :\

I en d e J\11UTI'J to ei-wdense,from the i mass of intelligence Aller see that question separated from p.irty con- means of prcvcIlt l'g the repetition of sucl:: papers perpeixlicular iron 't

I on! the j s'lbl'rr, ihe' following I leading items : the above mentioned memorial was siderations. If his recollection did not very which he deemed the readiest ; he talked of putting mill and three hollers sugar '
copper i iskir.imers 1'1I
. 'r'rl'c1111HI1nd.lU"rmll November 21st J 1 large read.Mr. much deceive him, that gentleman, in the beginning the writer to death before he slept, or he him- I ladles, &c. JOHN 1'. DUVAL. <
round the purlieus of Croix-Kousse McDullie moved to refer it the committee \l'
.Cl1'lecteJ to ?
; .
d Fc.rimry 7th 1832.
ccI" : of the session, had expressly said sell would be the victim sjcnlied to barbarous alter -2f. .
the of the manufacturers
"'dowii 'ijMfl dwellings of \\ iys and Means ,
tll1 n I''d that the Bank question would sleep in the of revenge. He is a lord, God save the mark I ]% ARSHAL'S
,ho, by Mr. Davis of South Carolina, moved to refer f SALE.-Byvirtue I(
council of the IIotel- cUe, had rcfiiM-d to em- committee throughout the residue of the who has thousands and tens of thousands spent -*-*- f writs "
.1HC to a Committee of the Whole House on the state ses- :) sundry of Fieri Facias issued from the 3
I .veral operatives, in a violent manner, their disof of the L IIIUll. sion. upon his education, upon furnishing his brain, clerks office of the superior court of Leon County to -
J.1IIr a measure, which placed them under polishing! his mtcUect, and preparing him for the clirectf I f \
.tJ tI'ln me ( shall
sale! for
to cash .
also expose
} A made refer on
. motion was to it to a Select Here Mr. McDuffie interposedand said that tuesdajrthe .
the necstY: of entering into an ruinous competition duties he was born to ; and yet has remained in 13th day of March, on the capital in the .
vithtlic Sw'iis factories, for the manufacture of plainELhles. Com 111111\ttec. ,r the gentleman had entirely misunderstood him so rude a state of mere animal feeling, that whena city of Tallahassee, several negroes consisting square of men i.
ayncofGeorgia, said, that he had on a .-that he had never made any such asser- writer is to be opposed he can hit upon[ no better wonvn, and children ; also, 2 mules, a poney, se- t1
At o'clock at noon, six thousand} of the rioterstrsreixlul l former occasion expressed nw objection to the reference : I scheme than would have occuned to a dray- teral hf-at1 of cattle, sheep and hogs, a quantity of cora ( '
fiora the C mi X-1tOUSC, armed I with, -uns, ol'this subject to the Committee of Ways tion.Mr. and fodder, n and t '
said he stood corrected. man in the street. He should have stripwd his wagon hear, plantation utensils I'
rlub and iftonrs, and :!au'ing ;!.nainppalin! m.inn--r, anti Means; and he should Dot trouble tile House Cambreleng 'louse-holdand kitchen furnitnre and a hand mill- I
f/1mthil1* like order obtained in th. ir .inks ; they by repealing now, wnat lie nad advanced at the lie concurred with the gentleman that tho subject jacket, thrown it at the feet of the chancellor to levied upon as the property of Robert J. Hachley to J 1'
hold and
f'MJ i 111 Mrried files, round a large black flur, which cummencciiiont of the scssiem 1I11 favor of the appointment ought to be met, but he hoped that in considering squared his fists at the Ministerial benches satisfy sundry executions, Viz : one in faror of Eppes
had l\'cn to the winds. The fiist enira einent and the transaction would have been complete two in favor of Massic in j 5
thrv favor
of Select one Chaires and
a conlizilt tee l ut lie called it the would deliberate ,
; long
tilfK1,1art on the intermediate! spot between Croix-: and the noble Lord in his elemen-t. Lord one in favor of Wallace. Sale within the !lejjal hours. i
1(4tIss',, and the great seminary on the skirts of the upon gciiiieiuea to consOler( the atntude of the and reflect maturely. They would thoroughly Winchelsea shall put down the press, wid! fisti- T. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal. '.

town. \Vliilctht-nationalsuirds! were n-painnij on coniiiiittee of Ways and .Means in reference to the examine the great question, whether any bank: cults, and Lord Londonderry shall extinguish popular February 7th 1832. 25tds 'at.TU
idlsidfs, the workmen two thnusand in number, re- Bank question, and to compare it \\vitn the attitude in the excitement -
country could have the power to issue a with a pocket pistol. Tne charge RRUTT R. BETTOX ,
,! CiIIi death, fortified a tcniporury camp on the in which that question nad been presented all against the mob at London by this brave cavalry & GIDEON EMORY .
from its branches in of In the
currency 1 superrorcourt ,
every part
!tpt jt"of Croix-Rovisse. Thswas cstr.Mishcd! as n to the House by tne i'resident of the United States;
officer, pistol in hand, must have been as finea trading under the firm ofBETTON ofGadsden
the where. ( )
r 'rve i'Ir the kirmis'.C?. The national guards im- and hevouul ask whetner It was not manifestly country-payable no
signt as that of Ir$. ParUinglon, taking her & EMORY,. County.
JJgtely dirftctf-d an attack against the camp, but l proper, to submit the memorial to a Committee Here Mr. McDuffie was about to interpo c rs: f 1
mop to puJdie out the Atlantic Ocean. In the
were r' pulv.'d with the loss (if a few men. Gt n. Ro- when Mr. .
uncommitted But said he JOTINM.
the PAUL.
entirely Cambreleng
UJHHI subjrct. tills was not going J ,
:'f..inimiidin: ; the forces of the garrison, a1thmuuhmtrioulv new Tory Administration, his Lordship must be 3
was not the object lor( ivlncn: heiiatl iisen-the to cute into the merits of'the above
present general Master of the Ordnance suit has been
uidisj>fiscd: WAS carried on the spot in an que- ; and his famous pistol TIHE common ".
:rm chair: and) ordered a battalion of the line to su.rmtht question iiad not come upon oim unexpeci..dly tion; but had risen for the purpose of suggesting must be preserve:! in the Tower by the side of the attachment, It-viedupona certain nc roman .

pns-tii! of the !insurgents. The officers gave the ; ne hud been aware before i.e filtered the to the gentleman from Georgia [ Wr. trophies of the Spanish Armada. Dundy, and a negro woman, Margaret and her 1

",ld11 irinr, but the soldiers did not obey. On till'rCIerdtwn House that a memorial oftll1J kind would this morning Wayne,] not to move to lay this memorial on Tne lower House set a similar bad example. child, as the property of the said John M. Paul-of "

o(the ordlf they pnfened to advance at be presented, and waen ae leaked buck upon One night this week, Colonel! Trench took offence which all concerned will take notice.- J:
table. He for himself
the and 'il-
the J"lllf the l-ayonct against the misguided operatives. me ocCiirrciices of tiC List four weeKs, and rc- was ready \ something said by the pencefu1 Member for JOHN K. CAMPBELL, Au'-. P. Q.

'J 1 he :>tnir glc! was long and hI.odbut; at 6 p. mcmbeied l what had Liken }place at a late com en- ling to meet the subject. He wished also to Middlesex! ;"who had averred that a statement February 7'h 133?. 236wCE. .1

n )IT w.scinie: 1 on with dogged aiiimosi" y. Artillery in baltimoie, and motives half been make an appeal to gentleman from South Carolina Will I'
bd h"t'n marched against the workmen but tOll Ill wHicl made by the colonel! respecting Mr. Hume's bc- N .- be sold on tlnire.
flt'rC't'Grcl in obtaining possession of two of;the j>iecfei.Tlif avowed fur bringing lurward tile subject at this [Mr. lUcj 'Uffi.,] whether he would I iiaviuur in the mob on ',veJIeid.l'Va.. not true. day next, at public auction In the city of Tallaassee I

t-f-Jlnwin i is an extract of a letter from Lyons : time, he must o.iy, that gciiUcaien u gut! not to persist in his motion to refer the memorial to.. What thereupon did the gallant! colonel ?-Say ft likely neprogirl, about sixteen years of ago I

FIVE O'CLOCK, p. m.-The artillery has hc< ntm permit a i petition ol tms KIU:to it-ceive tie atten- the Committee of Ways and Means; seeing that HC coald prove the truth of what] he stated, The girl is very good house servant. f

: "ii the]eoplt for more than three hours. They lionoftiie) ; House. Who could doutJ that the i that if it should go to a Select Commitce that andotleied to call sucii evidence as would satisfy February 7th J 1332 25tf S. F. JONES. :;;

,:urn !.V fire with nl \'al1te, in as ninth as they arc presentation of ttat memorial wab U liict a party impartial ? No-he insinuated that he
gentleman would in such (Committee any person ARSH AL'S SALE.- virtuo ::1:1uf
llf By
in p"ssesi'n ( f the heights.; :1r. Schirmir, a partner measure, intended to i.ave. an miport.uit opera"jon occupy would light \'. Hume on the occa>ion.
of the firm Dc-pouilly, wns killed among the first on persons occupying the mg.iest om'ces of tlCgu'cr1ucllt the same station hc held in the Standing committee Is the conduct of the mob more brutal than a writ of Fit ri Facuis to me delivered, I shall :
U cilitr "ith sw-veral whether expose to tale pn tlmridaytueJst, day of,Nprchin the
artillerymen. If aowever, it sliould be c-msideied to hich he belonged, and he this ? and do not rioters proceed on the same
very towifofQuincy, iE&nCiiiityall the title 1
\, -Forty of the nationalpjardshaebetnkilkd right, .
p.m. necessary upon tue subject at presenttithe would not consent that the subject of rechar- One convinced claim and
and more tha'n 1 JO wounded! tie principle person by arguments, interest of William Smith, to two mules .
fJ'" desolati'in ;411,1 J lilood lit: v<- disfigured our fair ci'y; Mr. "ayne said lie was piepared to Icetlt.1 tering the Bank to a Select Committee, as it when thousands can cock pistols, throw "tones, levied on as the property of the said Smith, to satisfy

The insurgents exdahn! long EYe Napoleon, the head I But when gentlemen saw distinctly lJefJre tlt had heretofore done lie had joined to that and give bloody noses. The mob declares the an execution in favor of Ira Sanburn. Sale within the -

of tV republic !" own e\CS, tae motive of SUCH a proceeding] he I gentlemen in referring so much of the Message House of Lords to be in the wrong, and absurdly hours prescribed by law. '1

Somtwcrt-htardto! -.hrtit, Bristol l, I'risiol during hoped, that notwithstanding there ul it be a ma-I ] lays hands on some of the most violent of its op- T. E. RANDOLPH, marshal, ,
tht c !;afn-nt ; this banm-i day of destruction! was jOlt in the House m favor of the Bank, gentle i I as elated to this subject to the Committee ponents. Lord} Londonderry is aggrieved by the By A. A. FISHER, d. m. :.

'l.tflup \\i.l! avidity and re-echod by tl.0USUllh. men would not !lend themselves ,to that kind of ac- of Ways and Means.-But, the consideration observations of the chancellor, and says t the February 7h i32._._25ds I

tion. Coiud i be necessary to take up the question | of a memorial which would require the head of the Laws and the! MagistracyCome out 1

From LATEST the; N.FROM O. Fie ABOVE.Press. of re-chartenng ti'l Bank at tne present session hole ubject to be sifted to the very uottom, and fight ; and if by a bullet through some part of LOOK AT THIS. :

Thr Ptrnm Bats Alxjona and Hudson have arrived ? Gtutk'lel ail knew, that four years must was of itself, sufficient to occupy a Committee; those intellectual! integuments which shrouds your nr'fI] subscriber banters and ofiers

ti'i fli.Tflfl; from Louis\ilk, w hii! port they left on pass before its charter would expire, and tnat (.0J-1 during the whole session of\ on res<. The wisdom, I do not prove you wrong as plain as to run his chcsnut sorrel horse Thadeus, against
tli- !I3tlc intant.Ve unable gress had power to extend the period, if holes can speak then have I no mlJb-I!( iC'. Can
'\ to procure any pa- Committee of Ways and Means \tas charged Henry, ow ned by Col. Long of west Florida, and rua
!l'*(% but are indebted to ihc j'.,liuiiLhS (If captain time was necessary to wind up its al tn:. It was j j with the revenue and finances of the country, I the Duke of Newcastle be astonished ,1 f t.le riotors by Mr. Charles Tripp, two mile Heats, ibr, from five :
f'REr, (.f the Ih' 'IIl1, fir the illowin information. lalwI that other subjects of an exciting cbaracter i of Nottingham) ate not wiser than 1'teis and MemItersofParliament i hundred to one thousand dollars to be run ever tho- :

_v'"> It-ss than 1 six "tc: -,oa's V TC s'ove- in, and lost, mu&i come up dm ing the present bC..lOI, and ;ann could not give it that attention which it and use the seif-same argument i fa(k.on 1 urf at Quincy-The rules of the ira:k to ;
i I' ii <- jH rtof Cinrin.iti the floating ice wit- coulil! there l be { 1, required. He therefore to the I .
by to any necessity )I propnetyin throwing suggested gentleman !True courage is a noble quality, but it does not govern.This 1.'.
th' Unltrn Fulton, L.idy'TTashin;ton, New Jersey, additional matter into the HOIHC calculated to I from South Carolina whether he consist in strutting through a crowd of pickpockets challenge to beaccepteJon oJ''bf ore thr 10th. '

Ckbaprak* chit 3v, (Au't'r-rM'.cll
.cc In thi. Ln-kius river, which disembogues it&f-lt'ii.-up some individual would f folloiv him who mignt ht able others, to move the reference of the memorial a pistol in the fice of a hissing and hootir.g 4

o the Ohio, ill1: ('dialdy opposite to the town of CinTmiBTi. to prei-ent the subject to the House in a stronger i to a Select Committee. mob ; nor in threatening to assassinate a writer in I I ]NOTICE.-KERR & STURCES, "
C.iiin, informs :lignt than he could. He should be willing m a nor in challenging a man of bu.-i- I them l'f'ok
] Carey that the river was I Mr. McDufiie replied, that to do so wouldnot newspaper ; request to by note ot ::
:U1 of flnntinj jce, as Tar dow n as thc Canadian reach. the very' outset, to meet i by a 10tlI to 1 li\, lll" nes-s and inoffensive! habits, to Jcdid a question of account previous to the 1st January 1832, tocomei"- '
memorial upon thc table; but he would not! make i i.e to comply with the order of proceedingin fact by shigle combat. Neither, on the other: hand, ward and settle the same en or before the 1st of Marchnext

Lou o/J/tr tlilp' Crorzc Ctnninr, from Great Egg that motion at present, masmucti as would preclude the House, inasmuch as the subject appropriately does it le in stoning Lord Londonderry, or in as longer indulgence c-.nnotbe given them.

HarUr, daU January 9/A/ Ito2. a discussion which he wished to see pro belongs to the Commmittee on Finance stoning NottiuU'ham Castle ;but while the violence Tallahassee, February 7th 1S32. 25'f )

Exirartof a l letter to a gentleman, in this city, bv his ceed. He would, therefore, leM-rve bimsell lor of a people, threatened with ruin and starvation, weeks after date

Sro'ii Ti.ilefiiTitr, place :-The ship Geoic Can- such ultimate action in leference to it as he might Mr. Cambreleng, thereupon moved that thc is met by universal execration, let not the violence! NOTICE-Six i
Ida 4'1' .xv York, fr ,m Livtqool (Capt. Allen, consider : and acts of their superiors be pardoned to the presiding judge ot.
proper memorial t-clect committee. outrageous I
wasurccki l I Le referred to a Leon County for J letters of administiation on the
Absrrnm Beach, on Saturday lIi.rt I Mr. McDuliic said that if he could .
even sii >- and
] forgotten.
(January 7th) at n vviwk] loaded with diy Roods, posetiiat Baltimore Convention had thingto Mr. Lewis Condict of New Jersey, gjt the estate of David Davidson dec' ., of which all persona
l, tie any interested notified.
are 7th 1832.
\ll'e & February
rto a large The I I floor lie remarked ttattlris clebatelmd alreadybWtlId
very amount.
oaptain} uOnth the I presentation of tue
j of
f. i I present Celestial Phenomenon. late number
pis4.Ii-ers: were taken olr I Il'IO-1 I
by a 1CSel .lUlld illto rial be trusted that be least would I to a considerable olumr a SALE. In
Ez HarlJlr tm.Sunday. Prcp.iraiion I at upon qties- the London Literarary contains the following TRUST >ur
Thraday sate the (itrgo If possible. w as making" onto from the suspicion of acting in tins house us the |i tion of mere reference, which, strictly speaking brilliant description of the transit of thc planetMercury a deed of trust, executed l

'Isc.a top} !iil| schooner (name unknown) lying in agent ()1tlat body if any man in the United I was not a debateable quc tion.-To bring I by John Laudaman to David M. Sheffield
l'.lt's Cliannd States could free from such So far over the Sun's disc on the 5th of to me, I shall offer for sale at public auction
ail ;ein yestercay in distress (rc- b a suspicion. i I back the house to puiliamentary usage and (.
m-dfp.m' theVet! Indies) part loaded with rum, i bo\\e\er, as regarded the l'resiilei:1Dnectorsaml: far May next. It will appear as a circular black bei'rc lirown's Tavern In Tallahassee, between tho .
"1'ns to ll"Hon, (other piirticuLirs: unknown.! ) I Company of the mother Bank, 'lie must say, that to put an end to a debate already too extended spot on the face of the sun for nearly seven hours of 2 o'clock p. m., on the 10th day of March
1 l he he moved for the next all much of time north Lots No
pasotnt'hi from the Ge arrived ii previous question. or so fractions of !
: Cunning so as his situation had an tutu- hours.
t "nlaiUveiun- 1.r ; i\'ell1r opoI 81, and 82, fronting 40 feet on Monroe and Calhoun
? and that the In this motion he was ,tained by a major
report ship went on had
Lore ttAUfcum beach ty having any knowledge tI1, (and he This interesting phenomenon will be visible streets, and running through from street to street with
1 Stll.OClock-.thcweathtrastliic on Saturday at night the time at 11:1111 and | had much to tio with those gentlemen,) be did not ity of the House [96 to 84] and the previous from its commencement to its terminationto the improvements as will be sufficient to pay the suns t

lad been bO for several whith prevented anob- I.I believe that there existed within tins Union, an question being put, in this form: "bhail the the whole of Europe and great part of Africa of 982 dollars, and interest thereon from the 19th day

l'"aUont 12 pn Sunday after throwing M era I organized body more j pert cty exempt fiom any main question be now put?" It was decided in the will be visible to Asia, and the of August 1829, and also, the cost of the trust sale.

!rtof their-o, the wind increasing, the crew and I just liability to the charge of acting liorn political I the aflinnat\'C. ; ingress JOHN, DUVAL Trustee. t

Peners* were taken oil Lyasl\1oj', the ship' ha\'iu'p I CllSldera tlUS; and .so far: from having had the iemotest 'l he main question was then put [Mr. Davis egress to America. There is no doubt but February 7th 1R3?. 2"tf _
ahout 18 inches that lover of the science of Astronomy I
water in the hold-durin- time connectionitb I any political movements every SALE.
nuon it i commenced Llowiujj a ,pale from the .'l t-I ciiiicr at Baltimorcor elsewhere, be should rather having withdrawn his motion to refer the within the limits of the visibility of the transit MARSHAL'S -ByTirtue
1td'bich drove the memorial to a committee of the whole on the Facia. 'o me drec.td, I \
fchij where it is
rp J supp1iscu I come to the conclusion that the present memorial will endeavor to witness the spectacle-to
the caro be saved of of the shall eapose to sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, en
hl\r may -the passengers speak had been piesented after a consultation with: the State the Union] upon the reference :0
: the o.nductof Alkn! and see this bright and beautiful gem, that shines the third Monday of February next: in the w-wn of ,
Capu that
t tucknl'SS"' the weather was the cause, of t.ate the acWft party to \\ .lci! the gentleman l from Georgia, as memorial to the committee of Ways and with such rosy brilliancy as the morning or Magnolia, all the right, title, aim, am1 rn'eresl of'Ellis "
tk1Iflt. Pas well as himself belonged, than with those of opposite Means, and decided and H. Bud and Edward in and "
?*n?('rs Mr. Jones of Philadelphia. by yeas nays. evening star.-now melting away in the effulgence KJdn" to a )parcel
!"t flf >ott11?han \!. Kavy of Bmninghan., party opinions. He regretted exceedingly For a reference to that committee 100 the of goods consisting of hardware m rk dry-f'-rds.
Mr-. : of the rising day, and then heralding
Rtrti. 2bll sugar&c.AlsolotNo.8onsquareSo.3anJItange
r tins should have been Eroceries
tnvi Copenhagen, and 9111 the Stterage.TE that regarded as a political Against it 90 t
.iL ill:. question; but it was the mislbrtune of our country bright hosts of stars to glitter on the midnight No. 1, North of Broad-street with the Improvements :

that no subject of any kind could be started), So thc memorial was referred to the committee sky-to sec this lovely jewel of the ruddy thereon, now occupied by Joseph Ladd, levied t'

) -IH a Ietter to thc editor} of Blackxvood's which bad reference to the general interests df the. of \\ ays and Means.! da.vn or evening hadcs enter on the Sun'sglowing on to satisfy two executions infaror of tie United f
lagizi11 Sale
o Jatn' Ifo' PS. the 1.ulick Shepherd, has the people, but it must instut.\ converted into a And, after receiving, by consent, a petitionand orb, vilh not merely dimmed splendor, States.by law. will trke T. place E, RANDOLPH within the hours, Marshal prescribed .

If.LIIII countrJ diverting men. nnnccd( te of JvmeIJ Laidlaw.! one political question, COIll'cted with that all ab motion or two- but shrouded with intense darkness, pursuingover By A. A. FISHER, D. M. '

He soibing topic, a topic which he t feated would one The house adjourned after 4 o'clock. January- 24th 1S32 23td
... piWVfwa.V8Ji! *inurar' *nd highly amusing char- a tield of glory, yet clad in gloomsucha ; I
"!r day the liberty of the the clection -
lI-ns Cver and idea in prostrate country) ; and the 1
> "l'9"ated' exploded phenomenon will not fail to interest,
cIeIice' religion and I10'1'' lie nepr was at any of a 1'rcsident. Could not the considerationof From the X. Y. American Advocate.A POSTPONElTsALE--The a- !
of the
and what question referring to the interets of the odscrver, as he marks the blackness
education had attained any
tlCr8Vof he
!illd'I I been l"ked be entered but it be to second volume extracts compiled from planet in contrast with this splendour of the square range no I J
"I1 L> l'"n8tH" Nothing excited 1111' I country, must put north of Broad-str., with the improvements thereon
,atlOlI more than the lheorv of the earth and : this man into ollice upnJ man out Could no the Diary of a late London physician, is in Sun, may apply the celebrated line to the are postponed until the first monday in March next. :

l fIt' lie" bad roand on its axis, bnd joumeving round the question of any kind disposed of a calm. impartial possession of the literary world; replete with messenger of the Gods- A. A. FISHER, d, ro.marshal. i'1

'Id ed many strong logical aigunienti against it, judgment He should deeply regret if any all that thrilling and soul-spending interest, "Dark with excessive light his robes appear." February 7th 1831. 25td

taD bhllrtcll I PD11111, of !with'tn cripture.%meiica When he first beUa gentleman, in acting on the present subject, which insured to the first so extensive an rap- The eclipses and transits of Mercury, for 1t t

tbc'bee wou.ld not believe me that.Fife about wa twenty not it.yearn and should be influenced. by the question, how I' id a circulation. Its publication at this period many centuries to come can take place onlyin ESTRAYS.-Taken 1

her, saw It from Castle W1! of Edenblr I reinem- ita decision would touch the election of this seems peculiarly fortunate-when so manyof the months of May and November.The a J:
and atwu man or that. He could not possibly see cattle valued at twenty dollars, and
wilt ,
a l
night thai I had with him about .
Letter entn years ago lie 3ud one Walter Bryden how it amid have any thing t do with the mat- our fellow citizens are suffering from an epidemic year 1832 will be di&tingubhed by several described as follows,by Thomas John ,

IiOgg kno LJ the Ppi'catiouof Cow \V at, Yho ser. \\ hv niustthis b made a political question the latal consequences of which it so remarkable celestial phenomenon. The je>te '\\ ,gins, 'SLJN&Prtutfia Epp, appointed appraisers

were all, thIeceleb.ted: fl>itlg urick Taylor, and myse,' .it: this time more than other? Did the gentleman pathetically and painfully illustrates. To the comet of En eke will cross the earth's orbit in by virtue of tha 4 fc s 9D.Or the art eon nuDg

AF\er the Whikey FI had'" little change house, one evening from Georgia suppe iatheprgreM ofpu- young, and to the eminently beautiful, we the spring and the comet of Biela [the dreaded ber marks 1328, breads-Viz : ami One:etay dun,white, [approved cow 2lst.arkwitha Jfoyem-

Co" Wat nItQ.lo erhead be**" to operate Laidlaw .1... ification would be any time would earnestly comn.cnd it, as a work of fear comet ot 1832] in the autumn. In July crop in the left ear andundcMlit.in the Mafce jw, nO'bral1done'r.earlingand

their 1e1l.w: totally dififtred10 about tell. about whir* crsnl consideration would cease.to operate? If and deep warning-not as collection ofbigh-I a solar eclipse, remarkable for the minutes ofobscuration1,5& calf belonging'io Mud cow.

e&rried 0 o.thbelie dwpnle WJhad the incumbent occupied the Presi- brand v }& of said cow, about_seven .
.lJle present fictions the of morbid. only of the Sun's diameter no
acrimony on both sides, that Vi. Iy wrought offsprings a
. of of said
cnair the Bank must I fhe owner is requested
prove property
boekL; heaved ui. and threatened t.utal question necessity Several occupations of
. down cdgel, was it supposed that imagination, but as the actual and daily experience will be concealed. pay charges and take them away,
ive a political aspect,
, 'brand Laidlaw perceiving that n t b the In
of extensive practitioner. Consumption the planets will occur during year. T. E. RANDOLPH.
wereconutged with l .l) ve-arshei.ce, when there! were two or more
tte; bl&t at OQ o he began laghter to look, joined grave us anti i.a "eimtIenleii; eudcat for that situation, the dis- haunts our city a* a demon-drag- September the ring.of Saturn will disappear Tallahassee, February 7ih 1'32. "


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4 '71 AM .VEGROES FOR S.iLE.Ttlc.i".trm I
4 i 1m whrh Alexairder: Adair deceased, GOODS. PRODUCE. CASHl A.1UTrERR
1 t J live l. consisting of about 300 acres one TfRS. 'SELLJNG.OlfFI

IUI.e west of Tallahassee, -"ell improved, and several the public,, that goods received in this & STURGES .

likely I ynun negroes, are offered fur iale. in;school on l'Ca.rtf-streetin are offered low for LOW FOR CASH. JC their desi' 5otf (0 ,
., A nhort mdit will be rive or no'es: negotiable at tem of instruction comprises, new store of the sub- Lange present line of bawn ,
f. the Bink of Florida received in n ghsh grammar, Geogradif, a choice lot of fancy by wholesale! or retail, their present nock of .**

j For further particulars payment.to the underigted, composition, French and which they will men THEsultSl"riber, at his! new store, corner of Jeffer cr nsisting of a general a-wo-troent, suited to **""
apply llJe
: I! (I 1_.. A. Thompson. Esq., or J. Monroe <.f TaLliltas- t' pay every necessary Uent nn offers for sale to the public sumption of the country, Viz :- c.'
terature of her pupils, and Broad t jrincral!, a handsome as'r.ment'f the follow in, Genies and liquors Dry-Goodx
..f\i \ sce. E. \\ ADAIR, Administratni. Cloths Fort(
i'f t 24tC who may be intrusted to her named articl(':\! the in*M reduced price fir t'3s.h* Viz: domestic.Hardware &c., Liverpool tmtke ,

: Janury3l.tlE3.- ___ ________ sanguine expectations of their ; ) Bl3.ckdo. hats and shoes, saddleryeaatin&c.a To'e.L ry: .,
FOR SALE: Oil REST: do DRY.GOODS. general assortment of proTisJoox. 'Ier"

J 1 > L4 j i. 1, c usistinof .- CHARGES FOE. BOAMERS, EACH do. t3tt
Itl..itcrh j Bedbeddingandtowels. dc. Silks! Black, Grosdcnap, Italian LrftestrinBlack ARSHAL'S
I cf open land, with tolerably! cornS |f A
S For day schollars such as do. S.ircinrt, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florence, .E.-Byt
It the occu1)1.J
n. .i .tises etc. ben; plice recently JL of writs of Fieri
.Armjstead.. FortcnJs app'y toP Penmanship, &.. .. .. . dcv Fi-'iimi Silks in ,variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, two :) me d"
iy A I LM'CORMICK.EXECUTOR'S Per quarter for English colored Cassimer?, Cntun; (ll\,Tart.\Il Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior ;J shall eapose to sale, to the ;Leit bidder, &r cash* I

&C. . . . .. . (new patterns.) Black! Li5tin_", Bobmct and thread Lare, IrishLmens, iti third Monday! of,February nxl i iu jle 0-
4 SALE. French and Embroidery. . ) dl.\ Se.x bland Cotti'ii Shirtai-r, Plain and fiured Jaco- Ma-molia, all the ri.ht, title, clahn, and interof

TI' IE suteoi: the personal estate ofAbraham January 21th 1S32. i ncttt, Swi i sand B-t-k Min t shawls, worked capes f'I Elli* II. Bueland Edward Klein,, in and to atit 1
shirts, and dresses, handkerchiefs Calicoes Ginghams, N.m- of fllscfJmi.5tinof hrdwapnJk r-, dryparttf
J. Cabell dec'd. late of jLlTcrsoncounty. -
DR. JOH.Y; Bosuirts, keens Brown; Holland Fr n--li Brown Linen, Furniture zr ocerCS I 2hh! ;ar&.Atv..totXo.sfr 'Ji\reX
,5. < :u& wo. ulv.niawl iuikc place the 12th half hose 4 Ran No. 1 North of
j-n e Broad-street
I fine 'a and Cassinetts with
Pniuty, Cloths -*'unt.'r! the
S L.1.I., w-isnicc arilyposti-nedby the illness (f) the f{ (-.I.tI.I.) whie and Red 1 Fhnm I, Nero cloths, Scotch and Rus- ;I rnents theN, now occupied hy Jof t'pl Ia i ion l.3fM irnpn.te..
S ex. cuor. Notice 15 now given, that the sale wil be -*-*/. .ns of Tallahassee(, and i! -, latest fashion: : I'f n. ; to satisfy two execution infavor of the, le,.
made at the:late residence Mr. Cabell, on Taursdav } I oiler !ltudd 5ort- i tatt. Sale "ill take t
i located himself in ttllsCU.. a >j a-> place ithin the Dried
I the 16th day of February ncr, and (:'n the suocttdin >. B. He may be found a't !: maatifacted in the Ia- I!//HARDWARE. by !law. T. E. RANDOLPH rtoiirs, \
I. .; days, w'nhin! the hours prescribed! hy law. at his residence a few hundred : s of which they war- ;1 Ev A. A. FISHER, D. M. .
j. TILe sale w ill include household and ki:< hen flrmt Q/IIP.CV, road. I l ; of Up'T bill": black :; A lame and \).toa", rtmtnt (If Hardware, cmi- :; January 2-t.:h I?32.
t ture ; carpenter's, smith's, and plantation to.fe ; a s Ct&at, do Frocks, '. si-t'iG of Knives ai.d F riB' Pf"n Knives Sp-v-ns, : -- 3td!

j cotton; rin, a quantity: of piank and tqusrtd tuiber,p !-All !i Florentine -ilk diull' .- :.)Razors L-n-ks: ,\t_-. rhiM:! ,&'., toother: I EON ...1CpEirr.' .-'f1

f.venrale! >, a ruling horse, cattle, hogwa;on, arts,p CAUTION. LI : & M: A. .f which tUy vyiil with a complete: a.--y.;tir.eu: {:f can-enters PL-\ :.:. : s rt ecfully inl-.njicd that tins: m ep tituti_ .

-S corn, p'.as, &1". : tj. & J. B. D Lljl ,elll i r.[f' ned toJ3y 'h e Vii *
thtr1J sppenntendance
,. Fur all purchases under: fifty dllaro.i willrcqaued he ) bond, note, oroj'tn.ic< ': Hli BOOTS& SHOES !fk J units II. Coxe. of .
d"lhrs and unJfc: settle uih Ji !hn K: Cainplr;!!
; upn sums cxct dig fifty : the demands] have l een It-f; t fir I A assortment of Balti- Mr.Coxe is a rlduof Hm (Iea &Svdrey
three! InJ large -
or:' hundred dollars, a credit of ninths; I i 4mon reculty, Virginia; and is }highly recr.mrricrnlnf Co
u. -'n su nscxrei-dir.: tneiU.idred! J'jiurf, a credit (,I Jan11lr.24th 1S32 : I.I I. and ) V-YoUK: made S of that CIftmlj! others by the r.

six movhs.Vh..rc! credit i is iMTtR, I""IH1'5. or n .MS, SWAIM'S PANACEA : : 1' D aiT I IDD\D f.D zE.LIJ re-jpectability. ami attainir.tr.ts stn'l'rifn of hidl
,, L3
: a
vvithar.n.-oted H..lritv il!! be rcqinrrd.JOlIX 1:. B..J. F. b. vi.our: aid
rMl'I'iMibscriJxT; has autl Pump:, Ladsct ,II .,I.u i until a '!: and efficient iri-trt!-'.or. **
I G. GAMBLE. Exetnvr.S B } f.r the sa.e:-e n i-f 2> IJ.for.Ja j S shoe-, B"t.-\n. & ;I II The rates of tninon, established! bv the

Jai'iary 31st 1 F32.___21 c's \ erm'fjjfc! : and having' : I j, Y, I n HATS AND CAPS::I trn-ite*s. are a5 f.llow, Viz :- b &t,

SALE to close COl1-igu- !),th of ti"se! valuable medicine* I 1. Tuition in the firs rudiments rf Eflgfub,
FOR : ; ;; I -I'lI ) a uitiii.nt ol tile, : dollars t'\Tenty
silt to the }public : of the i supply cf Good-, lr siijeriorn : ptr annum.

S..1.11 liirr< !.ls Sweet Superfine FLOUR, is Jlstlt"- to say any thing in ... ]I 'r William A. Ty-<-n, :; ibJmost fashionable HATS & CAPS of 2. The high*:r branches of the En-jiish !laj.
S rrady Jf-nunde krown to the ;i ) to his former Ioti.I] ) au t'e-tn4 "..in. i thirty dollars r' annum.
S J 3J Sack Liv*rpool blown SALT ,I 3./Lan'iaze and science
t: ectin" the hUH it never ; : forty dollars -
5 Bar CuFFEK I GROCERIES. ,! !yable! quarterly in advance. rlnnum
.dt in tf''r.-t: until lje present fn
SiiiijsLoaf SL'GAR

1 ; .trrcls Lump; Ditto. I nry t.. inf.ml the jb1ic, tit : A lur (e >tock in all its '. : James Application!M'Mu.'ii.; f-.r. Treasurer aiJmL'air.n rf must be made to Mr
j !)t.eu !1'' i df.-rtuali\.' al'l'td, : ant-ty. : : the Board,
5 iLt TOBACCO without
:s ,
inz- the D'wcil OF i whoi" certiflca'c '.1 the of
Dv.nterryc.r paymeiit tuition
: 50 l> ; PL.-JUG1IS : I none
+ :tn antty.FLOUR. can
Chr.ror1 f : and IJI..ttim T '-r w iii Is- a'irmaed.By .
r.I : Rose
S j;' 1. .1 E.\, : r-", La.i:' .t>, .
B.'JLtraftOAPrl ijr.-i, Cl.i.lr.! ,HId Fever, } : i l : ; !- '\\lt. l-.Id.tb.t. u criitr cf the B jard of TH: :HS.
;. : : : I Barrel} >' i t'1'10r wheat flour. t! L. .\.
mi 'i't' ort-ii r will! ue without It I I s, Isai4, lri>n l.ii:> THOMPSON, Sec'ry.
Ap'Jh' to .
f:.ch ifttle is ,'i J nlttry2'hl l32.
S 5 accompanied : 'rI'trt' u.allli Hh- 23.11r
,;1 ___..c.. ..\." >. Jaauar. 31't I -.,;. _'"i t. inlji.iicrlju': : the in.dcuc. : ", Uw,'. n Holland: ALSO. jSaiileiy j-
.5.: : :, Lund' HEMIYBONIiJJASJtit
:: ;
i J3L1JKSIITIiJ.\'G. Cor :-.r rf f JCfTers : LaJie: Falh'v !Iri| Crockery r.ntl GIa? Ware, ;I _

THE 5uUcriber inl'jnn l.is L I former ustOlr. T,1.! ,,,. s'. jlwjr IQrh:! 1- I t I ..'rc:.il s.aI.trnt;: -1.: Tin;; ware, Looking' Gla-:e-Sah Ready received and offers
nn-1 inu-nds :; r.1'i1.0t'J :". iss : for sale
tii that le
public t-nt-raiiy. carrying l1i.i i
j..jrrLc '
on tue above bfiiup-# in ail i'> various 1. .-The& ) ) !! : .>; -- table cIotL.-! :, '1J i made cluthinir- stationruy, &c. &.c. S saw !im, made by Mr. Join Slier"L
S 1'1.1 t- fre \i-thiz h..twcen the i |J : '! I Ij JA Es.rMLLL4! >\ I uisville n

l : iiI'VIJEbS'i i "i.l.t-'l th;* iljy by mutual tor: ,j of D<. :::'*:jr Gj'r.<, j i TillahassEPoVO1hirl5t!, 1-31. I IltfAtfKRK'AX < Oeura.Virnttht iron Plough
S it: aivl] iiopt-s to receive a liU-ral! pttr: n.i'je.; -ho will td to ihu.j fi-r p.--fesK-ional .. i shttlings} Bid ticks : ?,

S .': : ._ lurni-jji i-ntcnaU and ,!I.. w,.rk lor tl.e present year : uuikean i iimdiae tttltratt"if, : I2O1HL. t Cast iron do"

: i I lJav-!bie at the coniii.cjjCfii.cnt, .I'1 tt'; next."N. I;, JJ':: MADE tI Fresh Orleans Flour, S

4 IL. .He inteii'la-. .vpuig an ;i-i Ulll"nt of!I IS : .\ '-._ Canvassed hams
'it o I ,
T.t-s;! : -", D.rfh r Gi.h J- : ,.
Axe wuicjj lievnrniutj U f an :;sebreiks and beleturiied : A t harleston rice,
j 13. F. C"0-PEIl will ,. "4- .
( | : .
.- I
Pork. p.
ne \\:11 l l luniUh a ncsvonf in the place! i ,. n. t-r. 9'l? B11. 19f
'; or "" 'rllicd! j.Vh'te : j I : n.- if, ot Ileuly! mad ___ -
ivaeu anpru'l"' not to l tJt .1')1111. I .
j .
S ] : ns, and unCaiKiut>, ':
ji llENJ. : & '.in. ditto ditt', a > I
S l, .Januarv3d I )ir-32. 'Otf. I _s -U tr
rsvsS& & .
I _
: : Dt\Til 1 ., '---t .1.>:.' >>, r. -p *-.i.y -.-u.J II-'l : ncCl\.lIJ'latc arrival I --"- .to..J.tI, I.

;' his .- trvi5 in the t itr:: tI'1.rUlldlls .i ,I >"ew Ort:.an.:, a general I
.J )li- jr 4itisi4'n, to his; frit nd.iai d ti.-.- .iTZ'a"f!! Gad (j.. di, hardware, Cutlery, : : t II[E:: SU"re.pt..rlf'y! :! : inf.-ins }hi. friends! '

I dtn: County. Hfc .i'romi>c- )p'ntujlr.y' and I.i li.i,1- I ware, Grcoeritfc, Ir.naib, l\n iMu\t;>, Ftazors, _SL and tht i jt.c: \ _'.'1:' LY.! :l.-it I.e has rented the !\ _
.. r.c..> 1-1 cv t'ry app'i:.!'.:, .ino ncJwrrts will be jnadt. < I e>, Snrnu-'.-, ff. etr. :d1'::& mI'di t': b'udir.: : ft1: the 'Vctide "i th ;

t'H''rn; .' iii j! ,.iti thv. hiplntss d't lf '\itM 5. DRY.GO t ( pit"llltl:1r- f rrr.(ily%: ,.f'f'U:ie.!: as a tavern ty Jl.111i. _____
ilti t\'.. "j.,1" .s' f'f. !! ..:,; al'3J J : 22Itf t. J Jr.un.. TIt!I(. H.l1 iLVii: : ttdo-r-.net; :l.'rruh ::
,S f. I ad t:" r.i SJI"T-IK-, ; ____ ____ _________
i -t-pair 1- '-.il!l 11! l-c for the .
tt 01 CE. : fill' ar.d a.ipt-rfii.e :.latiinet'- t n 'fjy reception of B' urderand)
: Boots
rna i I (
'i"i| isiiurn the 131 *..
: : in- :
t jv.-r.-0-js ; .%ilL L. ,Iw: a:.icsi" the cstue of S F u-'inns .ind Cottunaflcs, 1'or I
ALL." Culver d Mcd Loudriii. DnrR- awl n' t'I ptior : JOHN(:' V.'. ItEAVE.Y. ?. }I ) and sold
o'd. It.
I.; ( are rcou. l' present the 'e : J f Ta'1-i..i-.w.! iiIE wholesale and Re
S l 'JrC made tOO'J Y. i':-. IJ31.T : '
f ,t"j &ti.c: uitliin .h,- tuniiinit'-d 1-y law, or ti.: --y will be i Ln-'tnc-. l 'all & rl-nin ii 5 blur, I !: : (tc.! ; Ir1 rr-'n tt'lif L .-..-.m.Iff.... ... ,..... .I. lI....
}urr.d.11 !pcrfeo'is in'li.ij't- t<. ia.d c.tatv jllpltase 'I : t I..--. .iiv, rtnma of Prim, and I 'S r (r {-: % j iVA >T.SP5r.4 .-.. concerned in the Patent with tin J Ddku3.' A"'U

I t.t.iiiJ 1;.a! pijmt-iit iir.intdjay! to E. SEIXAS, adn/r. j) r.'Urc'iJ-t.-yjj-is, :Mull' { !, S-viis i : ) E : The ab-j e Oi !meLt is otf red tu the public i.

,' Jxnu.'v. K'Ji' ] ;t. -2IJf wt L'u.i'-r: :, Lu.in, _and ImitaTi!"-I:. : TS. 1GLETATERNj *at: and certain remedy for 'li' >e ob-tir-ate diseai!,

,. '\'-(.'J 'j UJ'J.UJL1: ('E. : cn;,.l.oi!_ l.awll, if.--, lai'if! : } i sume of which haie so 1orgb Thdthe skill of medial
I L Lt L.r",
n L'.ri; ', 'L'. klinb -A. i .
I, :r:, ) 6' !I soience.1st;
i ALL tio-t IJI.MJT.1 I, either by note or opcnaccount I h iir..:, Bohb'iift! ?, La'eand : I : lr ; White Swellings of
r description.
tu tc! =d,-c' .tx-r, are refjue t-d torornc f)TivarJ | 1 ir- -d napilkrirur":;-j"1 lD t. 3d sore L"g and Ucers-.f! every

J i!: "f::1 anJ bettletiic saine. hy the tir-t February' iiiihiiw! r ,.Lrtnetir.d.. L.'\. '.: i : fJltnu- oi i L-\.1'-, A'r :!.-fJ. 3d Jjchirru,ar Glandular long Tumours standing.psrticntorff:

1 ,1-ij.e ::.t alr>ve will licettenurd: to ajs iicccs.-itv. j! j''iik, acJ _':<.D, Fl' r ;i'-es, a 5'.d! :! & WIIj'IE -;L tho-e hardened lumoars in wonueo's breasts whichuJtea-:
'f' v.'Jii;; j L.ur..i.. It han, and] Fu-nch C. I 'her do. Grey Oih!
c.ipeI; ne input the: fcumc in a train l lor col- : tune? terminate in atceratf! eancers.
; I Lit..n C.ijiiliic II,4u (. ,.}hcf, t"UJ 4th
ecttaiitr that date. Fef'fns. or "bat ome people know the nart
I DAVID C. .WILSON. diriuf-1 ?ilk, end 'I hibti .In':- I I : | of Catarrhs of eieni description.I }
t' .January 1S.32. ou'. Baii'J'1ht.'. HiMi-Jkerchiefis] f.'ncy: r 'I : !: :" : ; t. .s-aI.l7kr I.\ciupsand spienki. ,I IJheuruatic Pains of the joint
lr.(! s.;,: ,; i- .t
: ::1 t\v PatenThrad, I I ''in, jais-aica : 'I lri'k i. rI.nt in Tall' .l.u, lat..!} (bccur.ihy : Cth Sprair.s and Bruisra of every description or iat
MiJiile Dhlr-FI"j.Jai-: t H'!' '-a'ii! Taj-ta} Pin! =, Nctic-:! and bottles sp.iKs C'h CfJ': :, J..h:1 Ds rer. \.Ld., hl\'iI1: recently t whae\ec! put situ :t.

; ; [4:0:1 Su--ri'ir Ci>..rt. ) 3-1 and: -;-t Jachfd! } and b--own } le ; : u.- : '...11 rt fid and furnished in the r.II.:, compete! mo.l1- 7th Tetter.. of alt kind In this laint. the *
: :
f' JOHN DOYSIHttaCJIJ iiu'S! fe.riJ -ad piaid!! r; < apt \i.La.j j ier, i i- no'urdl.r the I tient conif j
1 I S : .':lIt.t .- "!t. t'rs! I f. Hyson" Ttj, L-.:. ne-ir.e I." theSPREADS'GLETAVERX in applying the Ointment must keep the pm
; !' \'". \ This" Suit J lias 1 h,_en i I I\'aJi CoriVin... !!| 'out of \varer-

t t t' POTTER 'I'.S da._' iiit.d; : i i HATS, 'i oUr<'(', ui.ni-/n tu., f U-)| .-u f-T tiLe! n .'- ; ( f Travellers ':; 6th Chilblains! or pants anVcted by frot.
f by .!"i ,ciir.it: of winch! tij.' I I I pf-on : ai.d B.mrtJe. It is af*, one of the btr It'ihtdies and
; I.-nJait: zud ailA'JEDSEGO Me .->' ." I lioys \\ ocl, Fur, ;: iir'lm :u' lij'- I DjisIIO'J EL t' -:;.:ate MI );.'nrut-.tn-t t, next tlooroC. Scalds! It >t for Bare*
(It .er iHT-xi-i* intere t l arc take tl. ..'' ; S eases the pain and draws the lire out ifl i
I I I i npiireil! tn not : i--j.Mor-:ccoHa't! and L'a 1ADth1i I : C, & IL V.;. '\-IIi.ulls.: in a }".jjtfl a? near'' :short tinie.
tc.THOMAS M. BRADFORD. ( ( & -wnl: t. the !business and op-iL.-u.on! t-f the .
; j City i.)111 Indamed Women's
; 'II i I. Ere: ts and Glandular,
i t _ __ _ Any! f lor) PUT.. I / ; OlrrtJ.nd: i-jiio i loscnalificd! fi r the "purc Swelling-, it i i. superior to : known to
S. 4 j I 1 fM..veof ..ipttbli---ht-.u-, byitsaiiij.it! size ai'd CfIUITJ .,_ the ntdical any mec.cir.eyet
Ii, Mars.ias: *R'lltf 9-.ULCsa : ::, I ti..us! iitt ri..r arranrineni, than :;s convenient: luca- :: .f ticttv.! It is much safer than mercoralapplications.
S '. ., I sl. us'.mtl M.-iii. In : [ (j?it dos rot contain the smallest atun
n 1!i : < ,1 *n- of ir u i-ssucd frr.ie B'-ys c/iarbC Br ( to .'.est auvai.ta.t.3ie: untlersii- : of
& ,,
: _r._ .t : i .v.rks ..fric. .If :!h'. -"Uf'.ri.irC'itt for Ltoi j and !.II'fiUt bro an ahoei, } -I! <;determined tt mtrit rh.. I"aNla of tie public S not any lay prepartion the of that material. beca:se it dot

.5 S t '.. ,.. 1 shall! on Thursday the i ih of Febnury! I. I sln.es, Ladies! Sealskin, Moro;c.-, I EE.EL.J I .\Ii'-h; he i t.'kMh: i :< {P4Casc.t1 j'ectluny to &" licit; b\ cold. patiet.t liable: :U injury from eiposnreto

(.. X 1 'I '.he Cap:*''! Sol'tt.e: in the C'ity of Tall-thi chi!
S : S ) (/cd \j sl:! 1.: Oish to the I hi'rhc&t bidder a i of iiitij., 'c'niimonur.d f.nc Mddh: !SEY. if hi> --utt'araf by the moderation and ->trtitilarity ). ing. \\ here it is has in cured ores of many years sJM
I' r.:. I: I ''; jir.er SvCti'' -,1 L.isiJ, improved nJ ci'ftiIvJmuiiJ j I -iirths, cij>illgJt:<, iol4 Leather, .,f his ti.arrt>. ) external -posibe or imprudent' heal tte

,. \.i .J ')y 1 P<,yle itreaid!, kin j Jlitrt .:'f a H i. At his table, wilalwavsl-e! f-!td tIle l best which} : can us or sore in h corl eqUl'il(' i.f tbe booe 'lieo miog

i l T ".1' '!::p 'if f i tnd, claimed and owned by twr.1 R D lV I.lIe market:HI.I aj.1ctnt country ..ru rd!, his bar will 1 In.- itc-e the rotten, will stop the prosre-s of the canes,

t 1\1 I f. \..-.i':.. ute, suuau-d, lyin4; ami. atlj'uning the City of I CUTL.KRY : : i ',JJ ..: !' supplied! with a ntritt}If tIlt ch.-5 j ; .nlge.. 1 1shall} nJioII! his MbIrs. pain.
i at the same time for ? experieiaxd trot! attt ni\'c Ostlers
1 It
.. ;.K-riomin named i'O",' : !levitd on as Knives, ;tldl'orks, Pen,awl '. 'I \d..t; d.! are pntLc cures the \\flrot Felons Whilo\v! > on an appfi
pr..pcrJ' I and shin. liu* hatchets i I cation of 4: hours
1', viiiriii-r t't1.} of Edmund : ; shovels: >i tho howfvfr
: : estate Doyle dcc'd. u e\ who visit i
: .... :V I rice, -r'JIIJiJl! and gardf-n iioes rr.jiy Tallahassee, Kheunuti ns which!, have stood to become
iI' .t: execution in favor of John G."Grcavtb shuuM vitw this puMif! and! llatterir- notice si long a*
1 J'j 1 :4tc I hin the legal h< urs. ;- broad aXIs, P..ct p U''Jks. steel. I Dead B\s, TrT"N frnniIa) : pn .ribed by as a mere ; a 'ysteta.atic disorder requires medicine to be taken inwardK -
cu-ri-rn < n -Ht'1; oce'lsi"n .
and Braziu.i 'it'' > The} to
Kyr- hinges woodscrew tll'{ | remove them
;: a T. E. H.DOLPH1ar hal. ; i propi-i'i} ; n >ptviluily ili\ic- then call entirely. But in most commoa
; and nJll&av.' hand ( of to and judge !: cases u% appUing! this Ointment
January 10th 1832. 2Utls.it4 pitt, : } Crockery for Jl.i} 1I; ;1'h'.' ac ualt.\ptrimrit. it externally as directed,
-- I files, ca.ststce-1 drawin--- knives, set Saddles! et .etc. :.\..r. If =. I i--, ,.7ft- I'. ASHTON.. I: will give relief: And even in old pt.'O y.'e!' whose
,; NOTICE. !)'lIICn., a*>]lers,and ihoe pains have been of 'longer standing u will ease thi
\yill be sold low LAND AND NEGIIOE5 FOR pain.
ALl4 ersoi*. IMUU_ c- .i a unst the Estate A SALE. ,
; great to those who buy t(:. PURSUANT ) To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment
of to
ir-i .:-itnui 1ta'iing: tk-cd. late of Jetlcrson an art of the Legislative'! must be !
C..J111ae MARTIIKff CounCil), the suh-.criliers will very valuable in winter on oar coast it belli'
sel l tie
requested to present them} duly au- 12tf on premises; ver, certain i in its effects on Chilblains afiectrf
th-.Mic'itwl! within the 4m the 15th of Kthrtiry, a tract of land or parts
time pivscriljed l by law ; or Al\D he-onirin! with frost it !likewise its in allcli-!
I preserves qualities
I ki tlu-y .\! be forever barred. All persons indebted I Itt to the estate of Duct.ilI.. Ar jryf! in Leon couii-- mitts

I said estate are requested to make immediate' V' WAllh; tv. Situated in ections lourtten( and liftren, : A large mass of testimony proving the value of this

iiI payment. MAY MANNING, Exec't. Township[ one, r.JlIge IWO, North and East-Ah>o nip-t excellent medicine will be shewn to those who

t ..:!:: anuary 3d) 1832. ''\v.fV 1-4 to 8 Inch, flat bar, English, at the same: tui.e', seven Negroes, corgistinij i of v\ish i further iufornatioa: on applicalioo to Dr Her

Sweecls! Iron, round and square bar I ; -PJ' Men, one AVoman and Children! -Household! ant I 1 tons or to any of his authorized agents.
Iron, German and Blistered Kitchen furniture The above medicine sold! 01
MEDICAL.S. steel,4 ; tie; crop> of Corn, Fodder by special appointment
., 30, and 40, dry cut Nails, cut Plantation Tools the st,>ck ol Cow Mule! the patentee and warrantedermine.
I ,HE ciH tn\'Ci.1 |I' wnich forntfrlv existed LeI Pots, Bake Pans, Spiders, skillets LADD and one Hor > Hogs, E. B PEKKINS. DKCGCIST.
I JL riding e ood awl!
iwcen Urs. DOZIER At LANGI.EV of Monti-! Pans, N.r, ; a -substantial;; n;ad I : Tallahassee February iiith Ic31, '.&
S ;! cells, i" f..rt1 wit.h diss Jh'ed. S. LANGLEY. nn'G As it Is for the Wagon and Carryal!-Also snme Medical Books j
} i _Jani.try: 3d 1832_ 206wM.UtSHAL'S the best quality no .,'.,1.tract=_1 ,_ulLand, contams1O. acres, about ;i 4 g 1l.2 4 X.2v grz.mn J Qmi
i SALE. Jamaica, 1\. E., and N. Orleans a large and con- ;-v ui wuini me cu.irvu and in line commion lor i the Itch -
: Ilolland Gin cultivation, situated about 1-2 miles !
from Taliabas-
J it t S B y Virtue of a writ 01 Fieri Faciasme Wine, Porter,\Vhiskeyl\I Cider, in Box laga s, ( ) and is prepared see, in a healthy and ajrreeab'e! nei hbfrhou. 'I "ffTOvV'HER inveterate, in oue hunr'si applin !
Commission JLJL
t! directed and delivered ; I -JMI! expose to Powder, shot,lead, Tea, Coffee, ; busi- The terms will l he tor the Land,"a credit of files* and no danger from taking cold by aiag D"01"

!t sale: lor C'ish, to the highest bidder) J>efcr'the door of co:, Se-rars, salt, Grindstones, t cash if required of and two years, with a deed and trust on it with one :!i Ointment. This preparation, for pleasantae
the oourl-house in the City of Montic deposited with safuty e.xpeditioo. ease and stands anriva1
*-:.In on the second Rope, BMg Twine, Pepper approved : certainty !
I in personal curit'y-fur the Negroes i i led 'for the cure of this *
j monday Febury next, all the right title claim and Drugs Medicines, etc. etc. to Boston, New- Stock and troublesome complaint.! Itsvapid
; interest etc. other things, a credit of twelve as well& certain thiS
of L. B. Harbour to a tract of land With a great of or New-Orleans. months as iu its operation as to care
i the S. E. J of section lying on variety other for f all sums over thirty dollars, for that i! agreeuhe! disorder most in Iour' application
30f Township 2, Range 50 N. sold low, whole sale or retail for c !. 22tf all under cash sum and l t effectually one
1. 5 E. ; to satisfy execution which TiLL.ts and Kerk- country produce. He I will be'requred.- Bonds with approved -[ only
4 ey, recovered in Jefferson Gouty, Superior Court, indebted to him by note,earnestly account I! securities will! be exacted in all cases. I| It does not contain the least particle of mertury..or'
1 propcny pointed out by the Plaintiff.. Sale within the and pay the same, as soon as assortment Persons wishuzig to purchase Iud are invited to dangerous ingredient. and may be applied with

j hours prescribed by law. has on hand for sale, a quantity which will be sold, see it. JOHN W. ARGYLE, .qd'm. the perfect breast.safety by pregnant females. or to children! at

A. FISHER, d.m. for steel saw cotton Gins, assorted f by KITTY V. ARG YLE ddrni-.r.
/1'1'A.. E. Price. 37 ).2 cents a box, with directions
RANDOLPH Magnolia yovember29th January 17 183-2. ample
ill. marshal l9tdsk1 I !. Drugg 22tf:. : 22 DUMFRIES REMEDY FOR THE PILES!

'' MARSHAL'S SALE.-By The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he
f'resh Dn1gs Garden me directed; GOTTON.U7l does with the fullest confidence) one of tIle most iv*
for cash to the highest bidder, able remedies known for this troublesome aud paifl"1

f I J SEEDS, &c. court-house, in the town of complaint. Without going into detail Le Jeeuw '*..

monday in February next, all the IIer nough tn say he has in bis posse
E. B. interest of Light T. Townsend, Daniel Web tIBjJ. 1 doubted testimonials that it has more complete/! aJte

PJBRKIWS lying on the E. i of the N. E, J of Captain HOYT, _swered the purpose f-r which it is intended, thaa '11

HAS rcrciyed by the late arnvaiM from New-York ship 2, Ran e 5, N. & E., levied and N ew-York, the other popular medicine. ,

Baltimore, a large hupply of fresh Medicine? ecution which Lucy Teajjue and This remedy is ptrfectly innocent iu its //ippljcapo';
andupiardscf 1700 covered in Jefferson & 11. il.aW1tu to all conditions and
papers of garden seed from H. County, by ages sexes. Full hrectio j'
; i C. Landreth-Also, Thermometers,Spirit and Syrup ty pointed out by the Plaintiff. New-York applica JYILL PlJfljlj.J1 description of the complaint, &c. ncjmpny eada

-SochcrometersProut8 patent Corn rub. prescribed by law.ALFRED packet which consists of two boxes Ointment *oKlectuary

Ben, and beautiful and much approved article for the A. THOUSANDALES :' Price. $1 for the whole, or 50 cent
t cure (f corns-Braggs polishmg paste, for cleaning THOS. E. The schooner I but on<'of the articles i is wanted. .
?' ) Britania &c. December 27th 1831. days. tUf" None are runine nnle i the ont'
plate Rose, Orange, Flower, Citron, [ALES ol Prime Cotton s signed on
Lavender and Cologres waters ojtf square printed wrapper. by the sole proprietor. T. KIDD1.
tie etc.
Expected will be
t the Milo, Carpenters Oil of Cantharides. by DOCTOR'S \ preferred, it must !be tleli-rerf'd.---- .i in.. immediate sncces-w.r to the late Dr.V.. T. Cotw"'rt
good Bagging and order, or a deduction
will be
For sale his
expee.ed. at Counting Room. No. .
T !iahasaee November E. over
1st 1831. ) JtfFOR DOLPH, having associated They have eAtensive houses for storing Cotton, street near Concert Hall. Boston and also b1.b1'pIeial

d SALE.-A first practice of MEDICINE, offer the their charg.is 25 cents per. Bale for the season, and! appointment. by E. B. PERKINS. (>o-4/
rate services to the citizens of if they become the purchasers of it, no c'.arge' will be DRUGGIST.

J Gin. Apply to H.COWDEN. cinity. i heir office is the ton a and spacious goods.build- made. They w ill nnkt advances on.-ottontortd i hi.them ). Tallahassee. March 10th J*31. 29t_ .

January 24th J832. 233w January 3d 1832. 'm- w forshipmen} eithe t New-Orleans, ftew-Yirk
4 M'ARTY. KIN1Js-.priDted
: harleston cr B- s.OJ'. ALL !
I- r 19if Magnolia, December 20th 1831. IStf ale at this office.1fL. .

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