The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: February 14, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tnustbe fe on paid al1 letters, or wey and will nol rcceh"e lUent Jas.D.. t e t ( Jr. & J., P. Booth, 'NEW Gj D .1 on aU ciportani q iMoa; ,atbd' ther fo .iDfert' p animals. ey,t ,aD-hOO> d'.r... Wiit.. : 'i'_'.al::'b..: g'1h-' w"'

taiLOr that th rt is ot the'slightesgrou1d for the imputati .
VE ed tL Law partnership in Florida.. The '. :ther ..ae .d _. .8 lt ttJe.f '
HA ee ofthc fonnerl. I D8 .wh ch have grown out of the annoymou.sIetter.L'Vashingtoo but he C3
in Tn11a.h 96ee, and of n ; tyen.ltee ',. he
IfO i e. the latter a W e t Po t Appalachieola Bay. Business JOSEPH'L Dat Globe,. Jan. 16. und, I di th ,to w .ti il"

d ims.again8t the Estate entrus to.them 10 any of tile conrts of Florida torches aUhe.treeaDd., 'f tI1er.Jea ct.o1fat, .

ALL rsons FLOYD ha-ing dec d, aif" hereby notified or the ad joi g Counties Ge rgia or Alabam will i saapll a DUNCAN AND. 'rHE,. STAG. t as18 or/SO feet teII. newoeInd

rJ D.VIS are prt.'SenCd duly authenti2tL'd be strictly cnded. Au .3d, 1831. SOtfGE A High1a Annecdote, by Sir'y'a1ter.Scott.I mvset I direded the: ne troe. to .beD untheir.t
the s.1.me thescbooner .Da-
that unless ExecutDrs witJain two 'e.ars, they GE.S.. HAWKINS HASreceived.by The iame.course of reflection which led me to rdesaDd push'wi 1ihe IDd"ninDi11gawut
to thc Splendid, a complete I account of the death f an m
And indebted totheCStatc transmit to.you the o mik, we again E .hiql.tO-f end
barred. persons E\
T lJ and ounseUor at LA W. Marianna'Ves
1l bt forefer required tD mike immediate pay- 'krwa. January 6101831. 20tf'FOR' sU.oCK"of NortbemProduce. Groceries'mackerel Dry-Goods.(N., K deAmongvhich ) ancient borderer, indu me to add tbe particulars trier, ery r pine d I '.d1&iW lmy

are be gh'en.DEN. arc Liverpool.Mlt ofa aringular incident affording point whiehl shot F W1th riBe ''ool1 .Ind ',woulided.r Cle"errly

lent as no indulgence .can CHAIUES Exr'cr.BETSEY SALE-A first- Rum llellows', Insb'(potoeS Gigs gminm seed oats llSures in' sc.ks-3 Patent splendid water. rriS bighly qualified'to be illustrated by 1e P nil tile 'shoulder Be then leaped.rrOlu;

FLOYD E. rix.Janunry3J perpendicular iron sugar pails, large Jot'P of n wart', iron and steel PIo M ; It was suggested,by the spirited engfa'ngQ too iOO.commenCed his a tiid, first upon the
mill and three boilers VtUiouskmdsBlacksmith's G red Huntsman which adorned the first 'dogs casionaUl would'adanre'towardS lhronp3nj
IS3:. QOtf. copper Lest Rye Gin,wines c ffee, Tobu.fcoof e an
:. f. :1.' ..ilzrlles c. JUHN Y. lUV AL.F Tools 'fith impro"ed patent Vices n 1Iimber f your work, aud perbaps bearS too I th ied t e ne.CI0e8 to keep up

.lv01'CE. o31'7th 1832. 25tf"lItAHSHAL'S very cXlensi\"c assorfment ofHar
administratrix of the EsbtcO Domestic Good; a good assortmcnt of Dnlgs, Medicines acrapt of >'our choosing it ag a subject fco anr. w rifle bans, 'ilnd then despatchrd hin.

THE undenigned, of Leon County detf1St'J SALE.-Hy"irtue Paintl; 4"c. Boaled cider ofv ery good quality, .Of lis you are the only competcIt! judge. 1holtt'the loss of life or dogs. The animal me.lsu.red -
( \lcxande Adair !ate 1l f 5Ulrlry wrIts of Fien Facias issued from thee 'Table l in small boxes, Raisin bale !ope, cottobaging. old but of feet and
that she will .; lie storY is an not an aflci t 'me.; in length upwards seven ) weigl-
hcrchI"CS notice prcsrnt l-c'J office of the superior court of Leon County tom shoes Bonnets ett.-Also,
Osuaburghs, hats ,
hefcre ..tlre'actor'and sufferer was not a very aW'dman e<.o.e'iundred a d thirty seven pounds; &c.
:lOJ vouchers for scttlcmel1tR fiircctuJ I shnll expose to we for cash on .layth an cxtensive nssOl'tmcnt of fancy goods and rea.dy made
her,cr"lmts Court to be held on the third lIondayd 13tla da) of March, on the capital &quare in the clothin when I heard the annecdote in my y 'Ount.n \ r.tr.JC SOlE JfOKSE.-Unless the editor 0% .
the Connty ELIZA ETH'V. ADAIR. cin: f TalJab8 see, several ne o, CQnsistingofmen He has two schooners whir.h he calculates to run be.l"een for so I shall call him, haa b !ng.tlgeJ, in.: tbe. Htnal from which we copy the (ollowingJ

IaTchl1rxt.IS.1 20tf. ';men, am\ children ; also, 2 lntlles, ft roney, sc'eral this place and New-York duril1 this: sea50n ; the affair uf 1746, with others. of h. class and r.t lPh, has be"n hoaxed, the freaks of le

January 3d ht.l1 of cattle ISheep nnd ho a quanuty of corn and ha vi11 erected anew-warc-howc IS ready to lake was supposed by inany to }ul\'e. ,. .an .c fuplice 1a Uben described are the most e'ttraordinaryV.eJ.y.

hu\'iuO' and fodder, n wagon t ld gear; la w.uoD-utensi1s, t 01tornge, and libemllld\"aq cs n i nnd to if not the principal actor, ila ccr ; :iragic r r herd Qf:_u A most extraordinary ciiufcurretl

NOTICE.-.l\U persons Hollhc ; :.oust ,t.W :.nd kitchen funtiture, and a hand milllc"ied purchase 10 a large amount.'ill y a lib ial price ntFdfr. wl ch made.much.noi a..good # last wcik, at the } e or ,

.nt of t1tclI1.c1 Ro .rt Iith 1\t! lipt'.Q Mlhe pruperty of Robert J. Hackley .to for hidcs and skins. December.f3th 1831 171fttUINCy'ACADEllY. years 3fttf the re1x.Uit n. I nm-content witb..ind 'p. 'the'h t 'I. flnn at ..Altonbj.ry

'd. thin rCQwrc tb( tiu' !'t'l' .ri\Pd! by la r tJjtJ\ill. 1..p'wWz Ut ;sriz' :.on lkVr in fU4r..of olaco.fl'es Ep, uutl eating this, in order to gi'cwme ".lea of aemar J I" Hln. On Thursda.y the 3d i: t.; th b.r uis

; d" bArred. Those ltIJebtcd to .hc b..t rt.roql1CStcd one infa\'or ct W'allace. ale within the l-alnours.. character, which was bold, fierce and entcrprising. 01 Bute dro'up WIlh four ho to change.s
will-LJe for
It f.I"C\'rr to makc immr.diat P2'pnrnt. T. E. RANDULPH, larshal.Ftbruary THIS !U.1LULlc.n first open 01 the reception of Traces of this material disposition still remained )n :1S the horstg werc taken from le carri -
on 1e Monday Jlly under
TO\1 PETER CHAIRS, Adm'r.T,1Jlbas. 'th 1832. 2itdsTV tllt. superintendence of l\lr H. M'Cll1\ock.next. on Duncan's .er- good 1 atures, a nd in e and turn'ed down the yard, from some ca'useperl

I', {ccean11cr 27th lE-31. I SwDR. H.lHiTT R. BETTO:. ) A large and commodious edifice is no" llcarlv completcd his keen gre)' eye. But the limbs, like these oftbe ctly inexpliciLle, the off-s de leader in a nlomClIt

& G IDEO E.\lOR\ Iln le superior court in the pleasant and healthy \"illagt of Quincy, aged oorderer in my former talc, had become turned rap dly round, and set ff at fun

LANGLEY, trndin; under the firm of I ofBETTU where, and in the \"icinity of wJlich, totd brordin unable to sen-e the purposes and obey the dictates r'etl up the road which leads from the turnpike

ntin e to reside Itlont t'.Uo, from & E.\10H.Y, (Ga Fden County."s can oe oiJLained in respectable families.In of his inclination. On the one side of bis body he to the inn, and in the most furious manner possible -

tilLL e)bc walaltend to professional (.all : this beminarr, young men will be pnparcd for retained the proportions and firmness of an active spnmg from the centre of the road o\-er the

"h ncc C1r either; of thc any a'Jacent] c.ountie JOHXj\L PALTL. J admission into any cotJege In thc Uniled 8tahs, or for mOllntnineer ; on the other he was a disabled pailing and gra-el walk, into the shrubbery, clearing _

'Iown Jtfierson 3111932. Otf ,,If.E abu\ suit has bern C0111men- t.he stu y of any of the tibcrnl profcssions. cripple, scarce able to limp along the streets.- all the fence, (whirh leap measured, from rise

) uarr ,.d Ly attachment, JC\"lcd upun a cer.ain negro The strictctl auention \ill be paid to the mo ds and The cause which reduced him to thIS s13 te of infirm to t lI, eight yards and a half) be turned to 1JaeJeft
,'. 4.HTANN.A: lIOTEL.lUpbii .- manners of we pupil i,and to prevent exlra v8g t and
mau, VunJy, and a negro wnmu1nr, 1\ret and flcrcllIld funds entrustcd to tht tv was singulJr.rr"ent.r spran over a small fir-tree, ga oped on the
; expenditures, treasurer -
Ili' m'nl hv ns the pro pert} oi the 1S:1 d Jobn a\1. Paul-of unnecessary, or the pnncapal, 'Will be strictly applicd h the years or more bd re I knew' Dum'tn, other side or the Rhrubbery, nearlr the e uremity

Iii THOMAS J. HOLMES.'Irttry which all concernc will take 11'.It iCl'. e3, and 1\"ithin the lin..itations prescribed."lilC he assisted hi.i brothers in fomllng a large grazing of it, turned a Jittle to the lett sprung oyer
; 17, 1831. ') JUltS K. CA.7\lPBELL, Au'). P. Q. rrinclpal of the innitution is a gentleman ot libcral in the Highland comprehending an extellsieranQ'C the pailing into the road a in, and made towards

DlINIS'fltATOl'SNOTIVE February 7th 1832. 25GvN01'ICE.Vill ehlcation, and h3.s acquircd considerable exrerience of mounbin and f rest land, morass, lake I the r.arriage in which the)Iarqu$ and 1rlarchioness -

nds inst the CST.teI' be Bold 011 thurs- lnd reputation in his profession. ando precipice. It chanced that a sheep or goatstrayedhe were ltting and watchin tile cxtrao dinaryantir.s
.\ persons ha,'j n;il1:r\lem n-t The distinguishetl healthiness of the village nnd tic desp3tchcd hi shepherds in one direction of the animal. The loot being open at
rrLib.11J Grahl'lU dcr\l, arc requested to present \j" n rhc e Ly of Tnlla.hl cheapness uf boarding, are lhe adlilta'ges north of the house three of the ftmale
the end
among many and went himself in of th fugitive (
: thl' l hr quesL
withn .lC prcsrriled about ixlcen ,
;d\l!' luthcnirntl.d .. ce, it likdy I1l ro girl, years of age the,
hf afforded by lhe location of this institution, and in for ection ) the
servants haing hastily run ,
U.er"ill he forcnr j'l."rred; nnd t hose ind ht- The gnt: Ji a,"ery :ovd hou:c n'3.m.Fe.ruM I Icha.racter in another.In pro
la" : 0; Trustees have rcnsonablc that le
:1 to&d CS lr, u-e f'qu"s'.cd to maKI'payment,nth'l' : } 7t.. 1 32 'lf :. F. JOl'iES..LOOli of the every instItution will merit assurance a liberal pa1ronp.gc the conrse of his researches, heas. induced .hoP'e entered thc door, and the servants flew right
B GRAHAM Adm'ior: the and left out of the windows ; he then continued
,. dc1aTHOlA : from the public. to ascend a small and narrow path, leading to
J.muarr- 24th 1832 C)3.wi.1 A'l' TIllS. 'fhe terms of Tuition in \Iathcmatics and Languagcs.are top or a high precipice. Dangerous ns it was at his course up st:1 rs1 and entered the watel.c oset,

and I 10 dollars first, the roa become doubly so as he advnncedIt but the accomodation being too Rmall for a such
E.-l'he heirs per
OTI C repre- '11.1 cl'lber
SULJ tJunlers aluJ LllcrsLI. than two feet broad hc drew back, and up to the top
thc Enlbh depar .nt, 2d class SG 25 per qr.3d was not much more f! guest sJrnng
1, S:1t, ti\"cs of Bcddm Strinfer, ant) all other peris run his chc nm sorrc'l hOf!C & hal1eu cgainsl do ; 00 per do. rugged an ditficult and at tl e same time so ternble I landing of the stall' case. Ii ortunateJy the doonl

,' In'f''f'stc are hnchv notifkd t hl'l. six weeks af!erJlt' 11, nry, owncd Ly Col. Long of west Florida, an run Payable at the end of le tcrm"hen ae subscription that It would ha\"e been ticable to into the bed-rooms were s\ut Th ,poor animal

< f !.,J1 zLpply (lr Jeu rs of adnur.istration on the by.. r. Ch3.rlcs 1 rif'l), twu mile heats, for, ffom fivc is for no longer term than one qunrter.App1ication but the, light step and steatly brain Impra of a HiO'hlander. any- ihen dropped down, and lay ng and'trembling -
'ts i1e f llcddm Striner. dec.eas.d. hundred to one th u..and dollars, to be 1"Ull over tilcfa. for admission t be made to the Treasurer. 0 with the sweat trickling from him in such a'
JOHN T. JOH\SO .Jison 1urf at Quinc- rules of thc track toglv. The precipice on thc ri ht rose Jike a wan, Mr. Warrop's
23Gw left sunk depth which it manner as an hardly be descri ed. -
J.m :ll'2it l1e32. and on the to a was ddyto
--- -' foreman and servants did not
This challenge to be iccc.tf'd; on or bd)re thc 10th C.B.DUPONT look down upon ; but DunC3n pnssed cheerful-
NOTICE. of Iarchncxt. UEZEKIAH Y..ILDER.QllIncy whistling Gathering of his Clan, course to take with I m. HowtVEr, after sometime
i ij day 'V I. NOR'VOOD, } 'Trustces.H. lyon, now .the him
tienlunds February Is. I J2. 253NJ'l'ICE.ERR \ 'V OOTEN, nmy t.1king heed to Ins footstl'ps, when the (Jiiliculties they beg-tin to take the harness.ofr 'as
LL pers-ons hayingmJY all..a.inst HE RY GEE.By of the path particularly required cau- all the harness ,;th long trac.'s had been upon him.

c fState of Dr. :ctrd Aiken, 'late ofT&l1le & STURGES, order of the Board, the whole time,) and sueceetied in liber tmg I

as e (e 'd. ire rcqllc tcd :1) preoent th..n duly t'qUlsl tU.m ;.y no;.I.r.' kan..mt JAS. A. DU LAP, Secr'y.lIa. tion.In ti.: manner, he had more than half nscenlIed as hI by. Thoy then blindt lded him ra ed him, -

:11cn c.atl.'d \ithin the lime pre rribeJ hy.la\T', or pre\"ious to the J t Januar} 18.t, tocomc lir. } 19lh, 1831. 39ltwtf.REFERENCES. the precipice, when in midway, and it might turned him round, and lend him down stairs in t c ;.
,lip "ill c Curenr La.rreri-3.nd aU p rfans mldc:1t ; \3rt an sc tlc lhe umc (Ii i.r uti.I'C thc ht flf 1archlICXf. All the dam dOJael"a5
) most quiet manner possible. ge
n1Jcsta eu-c req'J. to m\1\c P\"n1 11t without el:} as longer indulcnce c nn..t he ginn them.T,11hh's almost be said, in mitldle air, he encountered a hiJ I out.Qf tIle
JA\E .AIKE Adm'trix.D t'C, Febrartrr 7ih I. J 25if THOS. RANDAL, .Jeflerson County.'VlI. buck of the deer species, running down the rliffhy \ a few"pales broken Ly p catchin -_
Jlis si.oulder
mh'r27th IS31. 196\\- Br-UTALL .Leon.PETER. thc same path; m an oppolS te direction. If shruhh'ry? in con 'qHente of -
( -
after du 'V. GAUTIER, Jackson.Or Duncan had, had a gun no rencontre could hacl tJIC bole of a large tir-tree whir.h also.torP. LiJ .-

FOR NJ 'V OI J EA40: S. NO'rICh.-blx. :din iUJ 6IiilfLC..H to the TRUSTEE ; Gadk.kn cimmy. een more agrccaLle ; but as lie had not this advantage shouldcr a litHe ; Hul :1 small piece, not I:1r r

''HE ubsmn.j 'l" < ,. sailiu. St.hr. I I C..HUt, for letters of lI.lil ;l1 atio l"on fe (wer the denien of the wilderness, the than a half-crown, torn out of the stair-carpeti g,

W OOJ1 1O. (9 I ::\.c tlf ah\'id 3\.J SOn tlec'd., of "hirh ail perM'nsinTr REGULAR PAOKET meeting W iS in thl' 'highest cgrl ullwtcOmf', The ho was the property of l\lr. Bryant, oi .
.1 rctC't)Me n.tificd, f t rrutry 71h 1832. 2.Gw had the for the the 'VillingtJ Inn, Caf41ccott, and was sent from
PE1.'ER ii. ij'il.'l, .'1 a la, I -- -- l\"e ther party pon-ero retreating', the .
1-0 NE"\'V n .Ien :0 Aconbur! l\Ir. ryant occupying
had not rodffi to turn himself in the mtrrow
,\ U renIS a r( ular Pad c: I twnwnJlia { S.LE.InIJUrsuan'c swg
the and if Duncan had turned his kick to itUl at fluglen also.-lS13mkJrd: .Mercury.
IU1 Xcw Orlea.ng, d ring prcfc.nt sPa'n. lf tlctd f trwcxecu.d path, go .
( FIetbt'i cr P.ls.ages m j. be sernrcd (.n 'Ip1'1i(3ti.'nto John Lau amauto a Dl\'id M., Sheffie.dI OBLEAIlS down, he knew enough of the crentl1re's hahts"tube : .MR, Y.\N BUREN.

G o. A. Phdps & Co.1 -Oric.lns, orWJil.G. I \ certain that hc would rush upon hil, while engJged The EtEtor of the ImeJlgcncer, gives information ,
I shull dfi'r for
m< 31(at puhlicaueuonl.
}l1rt's:1i1a11olia.. Pce. 21, IS30, 16tf. "n's 'l'ern in TalaJa: !sec, Letwetn the He\V and sub tal1tIaI schooner in the difficulty of the retreat. "rhey stood of tJ. secrl't p'occeliugof the Senate, in relalion .

FOR S4.LE.O hot.s tl o'clock p. 111., on the 10th d.1}. of brch COlti'ELIJCaptain CHESTER, ha"ingcxccllent therefore, perfectly still, and looked at each other to the nomintion of l\1r. Van Buren ;

I next, \11 or so much of ,he n011h fr3.cticns of Lou.No lccolnmndation will run du..in the precnisea..on in mutual embarrassment, J.r some 8pact. which he tells us, was bid 011 the table "by the .

T COP4' :StiU complete', Curper Suar Skimmcrsand 81, and 82, fronL n "10 feet on ionrne and (al1lou11 as a regul.1r Packet, between \fllo"t1olia and At length the decr, which was of the J.fg tze C3t DO' .ote of the y c Presiden4" nd also, -
VdJc 10 pairof'Horsc I\1i1l toncs with ew-Orleans.. GOMSVilI be laken pn board, or landed it is not likely to k taken gai shortIy. -
!ircet and running thr nh from stre-ct to street began to lower his fi rmidalale antle as that up
a le t,) be fxed to ins, nCTTO & EJ\10R 1TnllaI3.S 81. Marks if rcquired. Tha Captain, if sufficientl
: 3.t his
icient thc the Editor to autbority
47tf the imprwcments, as will bc to pav sum in they do when they are brought (0 bay, a d arc '"e call on give
c Juy! 14th 1831 lIld interest thereon fro'll the- tb davof }'encouraged, intends to nm\n pt'rGlanently anV' of honor
of 9 2 dollar., : to rush hound and huntsman. fir this tatement. If he hag sense
attention to busi. ;aring upon .
\veeks after .datenpphca August lE29, aniInlsn, the costs of thc trut sa.l this trade, and promires the utmost pre he will not hesi13te to da whate'jer -
NOTICE.-SLx JOHl" P. DUVAL Trubtcc.Ff'hrt1 ness entmsted to his cllargc. For freight or passnge, Duncan saw thc danger of a conflict in which or propriety;

will. hy .Anfhon) Lamhcrt, 7th 1 Fi.32. 2.t f app1r-to the Captain on hoan1. he must probahly come by the 'Worst, and as:1 is ri'C'e san', to expose to the public, the Senator

tu t e'presl lI\g J usl1cc of L'Oil (oumr, tor cHers IfidimL rr Ta oJia, DeccmLcr 20th J831. 18tJuncfZ last resource stretched him elf on the little ledge wlc l:, kes parti:1i- re\"datinns. in. violation,. ,of,,-the-, .
traUon fin the estHe of Francis .Morice, late of1Jdrtl 'j1Lfl'ARSli. L'S S4--\.LE.-lly "il'tl el.iJL of rock which he occupied, :md thus awaited tile I Iresol iujur.ctions of secrecy ImtJOsct. ny .lIe oooy l

mt}. .Tam.a"y 4 h 1".i2. :36wA f 1\\0 writs of Fieri Fnci\3 iO me dil"c :ed, I ZIi ll1lJ l Q1IAGNOLIA. tion which the eer should t ke, not makin I whidl he is a meml Cr. e do not see ourselve9

bidder for cash motion for ft.'ar of the wild and \\ IIY the ''eil of mytery is cast o er.th. dis Uiion'Sand
lI IS'rlA rOR'S SALE.- !hail ( 1 post' to sale, to f he highest ont the least :llarming
he third Mfndar of Frbnmry next, in the town of'bgl101in. of relie\"ing myself of Ruspicious animal. They remained in this posture transaf tions of the Sen:1t in rdatiun toappointments
.. It ill he f"hJ on tie' C3pitr/l quarc in Taliall3.SsecflD and interest of DESIROUS The da'right sho Td be p rmit'cI -
tiLle claim
:\ nIl the right, i situation and anxious for three or fimr JlOurs, in the midst of a rock open
!ce b t hc 2 J of lJrch hclon"in"tQ ,
st present indiyiduals
hc CSi.a.c} If .Wil1ou \\'htf'hurstdec'tt.one: CTO 0 : Ellis II. Bu1 and Ed\-lrd Klein" in nnd to a pnr cl i iof altogcther to close, m} affairs in }Aagnolia. The ahonprclUis which would havc suited the pencil of Sah' tor, ((0 pr ent c\'ery thin relating to Senate tbe in.the -
dr'-oods of the
co1l'isting of hard\\"arr,crocker whl'l1ndero the ordcal
P..U\"I"IAlI WHITEHURJT, goods } s \\ith the furniture fixtures ctc. is offered for and wbich afforded barely room eno\IO'h fir the
Ju1UJI1"2th IE2:. 236wADLIINIS'fllA'fIOI'S occris 12hJs sU 11r&c.Alsolot o.Sonsquare0.3anJ sale and great bargains will be iH'n in this property : m3n and the stag, opposed to tach otl r iu this true spect. Nmhing but tho topicS w
No.1 North of Broad-street with the imprm"cmcnt's I be withheld fro11
lan"'c intcrct. require to
to an one ,,hosc purpose jt would suit to take posscssion I ex.traordinafV manner.At t le public
thcrC'.n r.ow o<.cupird I.y J o.C'ph Ul ci, te"jcdcn hould be -
SALE. Unitc'dStltC's. on the first of larch next.HESRY. le th ihchuck s'ml'd to take the resohJtionof the knowledge of foreign powers,
of the
,; bid th latc to satisfy twO executions infa.or TIOIPSON.Xot'ember the obstacle which in his in this country. But of aU things, derourse
lIJ : ; er at re.jtncc Sate willnke plare witlin the hours pr( cribed pa5ir.g O\-er lay path
of Arr.h.blld Gra.ham dcc'd,(in Gads en CounttJ Ly jaw. T. E. RAI\n.oLPIJ, larshal, _29th_ _,_1531._uADMINISTRATORS' Ijrm and with this purpose approached towards Duncan taken by those in the Senate, who make

on 1 ucsdl} the 20Le If l\.tarch next, live likdycbI'ocsTcrms By A. A. FI HEn, D. 11.J NOTICE. yerv sIon-lv, aud with cxccssi'e caution.'Yhen .- thc Intelligencer their organ, to ve distorted
: madc known on tile day of 5:11< 23ld .close views of public affairs_ shewn in twilight and ill
; the lae
anuary .t 11 1132. LL lcr ons having clainls againsl } e came to Highlander, stooped
TIIO lAS n. GltAHA J, Adm'tor. Iii head down as if to examine him more closely 'partial glimpse, is most to be deprecated.
I d.'n"rr tth 1532. 233wL.AV 1lite e"3iatc of the late 'ViUiam Aryle, deceased, h3s'
'Ve as th Editor of the Intelligencer
I : SALE.-The -a-' them auth ntic.'l..lcd wi1hin when the devil, or the untame:1 hIe IO\-e of hope,
POSTPONED a.e required to prCbcnt d'uly curiosit- that he will er.ome communicative -
N 'fICE.Cn..iRLr.S : 1 on quarc :0, 3, range no Inflrth the timc prescribed by 13w or they will be forner 1 1Imrrcrl. sport, peculiar to hs! country, be n to mercomeDuncans excited anti it.entirely. 'Ye would be gltdto

S fO\E, 'W III 1r.\c cC in the Courts (If Bruad-., wlth the improvements thereon, Those indebted to the estate ore requested tomakc l ars. Seeing the ammal proceed so gra1ify whether bIr. did not unitl:
him Clay
Jackson, \ .lsJlin :on and \\ alt are I} tponcd until the first mfnday in l\lo.trch next.A. immcdiac: p3)-mcnt. UtlY1 he totally firgot not onl)" the dangers of know ot .
in the
l"oun i t' IH T uriH.rpf FJorida. llis office is at A. FISIHH, m. marshal.FcbrwT'v KIT'"Y ARGYLE, Administrators.JOH his position, but the mutual compact which certaillly ".ith the Vice President postponement.th
Jl tl ,Vest Fhridl.'IJ'e.u th 18 I. 2 tdst "". ARGYLE. S might han been inferred from the cireumsbnces ( appointment, which they were conscious tht':;

'1 : )1, 14.(. Dee. 27th 1831. 198\v. or the situ:1tion. 'Vith one hand Duncan could not have dtfeated, if the question had becll
l'e E S'I'll.c\YS.-'fakcn UpI directly put? ,-e would be g1a-tI to know whethrr -
lIs md'lJtcd to the suLJscnlJtr .Uf seized tile deer's horns, whilst with tl.e otllerlae
f tJ rt'2"It.ctj j I he fouLscnhr, three bead JfI FIRE INSURANCE.I these gentlemcn ht c uot uuittd iu this objecr;
: ) r'quc ted to (.all anti teUle their :Iccounts I :/ drew his ,lirl,. But in the Slme instunt the
either .l,.. value at t \'eutdoll:1rs, 3.n SUR.A."CB nainst loss or damage by FIRE can the from some \ish to disparage, by secret man \!-
Ly n.te or otherwise.FUEDEIUCK. : buck bounded. over the precipic carrying
I .4'-fiCribcd us fuJlows, ly fhom.u John, be efi ,ted on ttic most favorable teams on application tInts VITS in the Senate the reputation of a II1lt"Jiom :.

Januarv TO'YLE. .... .. find Frmcis: Erps, 3p intcd apprais1 to the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insurance Higllander alon with hjm They \Vent fiJUl1Il.1 1down \ they have in vain songht to destrof by (1-
17th IS3 22tf of the 4th of the act concerning In upwards ot a hundred feet, and \ycre
s, 0 f '11 HiC sec 1I cornp.'my, Hartford Conxrectirut. every application als to the American Publit? We wOUtl;
FRESH lI1.uks, l.rI1r1 and strars, appro\cd 21st K icmber -' the 1 i.ir ClUh value oftbe property must be the n{ t morning in the spot where aey fell.- pen ask ap too whether the project of postponing tI.t

GOOD-S. J828-Viz: One dun white cow, market. 1\.ith acrrn stated, and s isf ctory evidence, furnished of the correctness Fortune who does not always regard retributi.ve l\'Ir. Buren"s- nom Dat n.
of Van
and und'r-slit in the e r, not.ra. od moral I that de rshou1t1 COlifirmation_ . ._ __._ ,
in the lcft l'ar SUl1C of the rCJ1re 'nt.tion. lr.d the g justice in h r dispenstion,_ )r _e{! tJte nu :
10ha BlJTc1s urkweat FLOUR, d nc ,.carling and calf belon ing to s.1i .etlW, il'racterof thc apllic't.ut.) The solvency of the Officc, t ll u }Ierneath.and be killed upon the spot, has ot f r its object, tbe Jessenmg the ms object 1DIIUeLCt()f'

K market }'8milynEEF n. brand vis lJe-t! e of liJ cow nhout sc n }.cars.rhc nd its fairness and punc ,"litr may be confid n 1.re- while Duncan escar d with his lif but with Ithe a brood, 10 defeat if ssible, -
S" "Ikef TO GjJS, ownc:.of'sid caU I isr.qucstcd to.prote property hell on. E. B, PEn.Kh. fracture of a leg, an arm, and three.ribs. In this his mission, which, if acc.omplishe would

Kits onds and Tonzues par chargu anJ ialc dclo a.\Vay, 'l'alIah3s3 r., Fcb.2 183 J. 27tf he f und lying on the a cass of the thc shade, the efforts of a negoti.1to -now on'tht
1 RADOLPU.T8I1a1mc'e sta e was the nt.
Kt Go.Jaen T. E. floor of tbe Senate, and give''to pr
nUTTER I he had received rend '
10 Baxcs Fresh Fehruary 7th 1832. '-2 'h11(1 \ Executor'soticc.. deer, :md the injuries wh\ch .Minister stro claims on the gratituie or hi J"
lQ. Bunch Raisins red him for the remai der of his life the cripple .
of FJorida Je crson' co: Sup: Court cluin s against rGloge.VA.SBJ ,
l'runes \ District ALL persons having I laave deseribcd. I never uld approve of Duncan's COlintry.
1"C: ask London Brt wn Stout EDVIN'DORSEY, ) Attae.hme.t.All p r5 of.Abrnm J. Cabell, 'late of Jefferson conduct towards the d er in a moral point \ GT N, Jan. lG.-The prceedi:1 in
Cheese intcrcsted are requirTHOS. Lueu venoIn

!Reccn"cd nOl Pine A f.plc Chcc e. J. 'VH: TE. S eo fiont 10 take notice, :tbp.t suit C C3ect:unty,thii1 are the required time prescribed to present by them 18w duly, or 3uthenU.they will of ,'i w, (altlOugh! d but as the the ma\1 temptation in the or play a hart-of siidhe the Sen2te nati ns of; it the is generalJy United States know, ,upo are.,under..an '

per sloop Splendid, nnd for sale bT by attachment. 11M been iastitutcd in t.hc above.case.. b fore.ver LlU'l'ed. All indebted to said estate \Vas my ftJe .injunctionof secrecy)' which, l1oWfver, is.not
\\'ILLIA I G. BUR ESS. GEO. .T.V AR ER, Att'y for" PI': arc requcstcd to nake u"'lmt'diatc pcrsol's pa nt. grease, otIerinO'.as it.were his throat to the .kniiet construe to ex nd.8tric to 1'eSUUs'We heJ?
lahassee 23311\ ued the virtue of almost anv deerstalker -
DCt"f'ml 1:11 1831. 17tfiF 24th 1852. would havc su eonJiden'Hally
t'r > Janunry JOHN G. Ga\l\1 LE ecutor. tnel.'cfore often 1 cIrculation, arid n t
'Vhether.the annecdote is worth rccor- :
th Superiur Court fir th1idJlre DL'tr ctIS3l DOCTOR CRAIG; December 27lh lS I. 198w of xcmai 1s to r thi.Dgs wAi 'paS8 in t/.bOO'ywhieh

( rh, Leon Count).; Oclo r At no DominiZ.CHRIAH Respectfully informs the c 7.ens of 'l'allahnsscc, Islqn.d Cotton Seed of the best ding consideration.or deserving I ha\"c.iIlustration given' ,you the story we COmIDl1D1cate.to our- readers twJJeJl we Jccf .
and Leon County, that he has removed frt1l 1 his :'SE4. your ith hi.them.: 'Ve have mentioned the contirmatiqn -
; he had 'of fr. William Kyl n.ear ..I recollect it. it'of
an eDcty t"Jehead
office' centlyoccupied of.MrrcL 1ne's'nomiDation to ,
JIRKIr\S former stand" :md.has,now taken the Mr. D.'Rimlnns, ,
Rocky Comfort post"office, 'nnd I'I.t t .
":RTnRainst In chmcery. by th late Dr... Akin.' Jltf Ap a1ncl cola"p.150ccntB Per. bushel. ItiSfJ'O_ one 'A SPO TiNG NECD.OTE. OPy otA .Treasury. JVcJaVe.8 tioIf.nee Ie mt. .that,- : :. -
I. a__ JanuaryJ6tJ1, I of.the stplanta n.8-in (S.C.: ,) .and here' OMdQlla letterto theEdirors 'of th Journal, 'dated trorgan Was without-any'scri U8op ,
'. iI pclri.ng by return of UIC .Manhal and by iE. fermaut- !per;bushel, aud. has only been ctno.jeu' p1 tein County, January i7 1832. : .The.nomin tion f Mr. Yan Buren as MinisteTto
I\'lt led batlt = 252twun Loadoo'still 'ins Spense .S me. Position
.Februa 1832. ,
that Martha Jerkins docs not ,re- pIau. 7th iDst. be .s se.t.and
On evcnirjg.iSd
:e "tbin th ATTORNEY' AT LAW. : I 'f Tuesday woo in relation to It we learn, was u der'aebateI
It ord red that if man,
Territory. is dark I jnformed by a Je
s fi
h Vj ster.Vir ia lIak me ; \ Jriad y
} a'motion m1S
'a.lMartl does not and ansWf'r tle Practice in the.Courts of this DiStriet nnd : rails th t be had fouoo a very I I on.Friday li wbeD
blJ\ants bill apJ r WILL. Couuty"YcstFJ. H BiceIi m. l t1Qn to.the Vir Senators, founded on aBtl h d been spliiing or! enator; ppo8cd, t the' ,nmiim : y. i iI
'pn, or bcfi>re tbe first .Monday lD York rusbheepvith -'afew.p:1ces .
m nt 'of letter wiit for'the New large fo'tll' ,
AcX4. J dferaon Street opposite that Gf the Register. 11 to take.ml.P whole sU on the ble ; and, theyot
ted 1ct
e said bill of and the matn. on work and ,1nJC I
Complaint at req
iaL' tiOIi of where was dc1 ed
will be. drawn .M ,
: t1 ga therein all .be ,k I IN. B..All instrumept8 .of riting, p iDipj ,1. kill it. .Having rox gs, ..1c1me4 equally diVIded "n that motion, itUs "
( ged proanddecreedaccorJioWY and t&.Viceresident.
with Lh' strictest at ntion to their legal aoeurney. w and yJer.t01 j t .ap.poJJ1 nta..theP.nudent : the ffinnative by. the ca .v of
; and 1 IS fur- Tnlla.hD.s8Ce, Ju 20, 1819. ..3Stt'NOTIC& -. 1S.taken granted; .upon the evidence taking. my ,and p e4'to e. po So s daJ A r; ,further,
ed'ordered, that a or this be pubhshme .whIch was mthiJ\ three,or.wur h\1IJ1 JS
copy or4 r or..this lette.-Writet. iilid their, ,c t'.. isr for,tli chase ke. P. gan :
that it is not like1y.to'bcr
newspaper in thi5 Temtory once .Q will J made.by rd a t1 r" 1ddi1 N .' .l iVf.. ,died y r o l.1ou.! :_ I'b9i.pOfnt t arid ri'thIS vote nomination -
lor three montJlS sucCessh-ely. Six weeks rt.er date, application .- .'UI' -.. .'" 1 t the.brush'where the amm 1'was B reted; J ad. .On th(liam day, Sccreta .or.tion .
fM'thc ,eUJ cou .fIWUW. y..wUitb to be .
to : Jg jUltiie' 'of-Aaron Vail
'Atrueco Jonath Robinson tbepr h Jii k apd t
: = val.tud p 3nd Ve th a my ,
PY, 'Ui t taken and corzJ
of nist Britain was 'up
fo I t to Great ,
m of Gasde came the
C 'out. largest
., '' este unty Lmesde cL l te jOr 5-butiWe:'.yt 1dldttha.'.ihese) ntJe- astonishment ana 8urp Int. t. .
JAMES ,tWo on the estate. of John Parither I h seen. I roiscd t e wur wooop.r t d.--Nat. "
January S" 'L1NN,.Clerk. 17th 1832. 26w men acted'w1tJ, tL'friedot' e{aiJr;n\fu. tiOPJ ve ever ., .
.17th '183' ; 3m said Coun}.. January .f' ., -.' :' 't'. .,' j

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r ,- ., LEGISLATIVE n ITNri"U .' rcrerrcd repo.rrtd3aek

j wu&e\"tra1'ad D.CtIreJati1'a "t._ .jssssKsssssifatre S and SSB voting fOlj And 1 ,

The } .a .uT 1. ., B Hanl aSSMLa .
bou .
met Mr. BM. : .Tho'me.p..a..w.
J punr.Jant to adjoUl' RLLb'fea1'eo ; = e. .
and DatJl. .
the.m.i11 or a quOnUn entitJ l'an aci t a n'rJ a8UJ"( 6 : 'f' 'sent, tba'roinotea oIJ Y;" v.'oI:1:; .
.' io\rOdu .recedmg day were d.GR .. whidlu nacl' act Q the J z ia :.ota l thCf.. UI ; ell n crb Ill rted ruY. Mr.-ROBIOU I .tiJt1oh < ;

a be"lIi ".i.rattime&lwhl'.lad.iJf6 u ,
', ll i .10 an actio monel. ". 6r i'tw. da.tor *the 8t.: John*river aa
1'Q hl1 ", "' .! &ferry aero hQ.. .
4.' ,
? i 'v
'. ?v>SR l8.de.tbe.btder "Companf,. which wu rea.d.first Th.e-np biU aibt1 ; t "r .(( .' oounly.to be cafled Columbia, and for er POPE introduced "a.bUJlftbe' o.ua, IQI"Mr. :
,fthe .uev
..i.i day for daynext. : the OC,r.1""l\ia a '! ; IUDendthe..v'WIR"UI .7"
Vg mtr : t'ttad\hird ,to mend .z vlo
ed'abiU to'be. L- IU aet 'en lJd
.entitled tiDJe.aacJ a Messnt 9 an D. to raiscarnenue read ref.rr
au act to 'am s,1X'beZ---- e which was a a.
I : f 4iji J n" fth iyW 'and Dt'N Uallr P rv P r..1..8.1. .' .. t
da.thn. and 10 70 aDd '""AU'act to .. ,\ Mr. mrrrAL'L.J 1tJ .
'referred.to.the. Jones. Me-1J Fitz r--ib1f. we county eourts L- I ; "I ..J.rwI, _
committee LoTe m c,16 ,
'On the mil1tiL ana W t-5 ap it tam ease8." tvymg WC3 111 X. read and adopted? l. > .
U TIieWIIoWibg1o "an to DCO i O 1d t L tbi U&Je, P '. .
made the central "An :RESOLVED That
'J 1iy'theActiDfG'ernor: OD The Bank or Florid." act for the relief of Wfflim Hall." accom .

'.. i rt : p C 4us .as neuu.t e.and'Y81'TMI prqunblQaDd. _reeoIutiona_ __ .s.heretoCore. &n:4 bv Messrs. Priest., An act concerni 8OIdel'1lllnd n_-_- --i _VW.U4JVU._.. I.cbagrea agaiost the eotamiwioner.of taI1abaswVi'lii
a. *nomprnn,as Auditor,and John VU IQ ---- "An act to amend n berefrned the
Westcott th at Dereren.lto die act establishing Doval Esgr to committee .
raa C'iJ1I Te COmmittee 6ft ." a ferry over the,8u.
Leo .C !M* **** Chaile8 Austin appowted Mr. 'WRIGHT'from "n "and Mr. BOOTH introduced the fi>il wiaff reao/aL./ '
Tree8Urer the _, 1r
to J
eommtUee -
OD: the regulate :
back wi the militia
judJC18.ry of adopud
t the territori
ndinent FIorid4.t _
:bfis T 'bill to be'ntitJed an act to amend an act es- act relating to crimes and nUs 4.bill me to be,eltitl& "an?* to***** The bill to.be entitled RESOLVED. That the committee on .he:

.' tim ,a feny/over Uie Suwannee river, was read a Uurf ne and mulattoes" which-as SdHU"Cdby? slues frte' to roads and bridges" an act to emend the several acl relate ary be irutraeted to enoniw into the ex ** ...

a 1I. s d ordered'thatithe title be"'unJoresaid. order of the day for timorrow.. time, and made the' the title be M was read a 3d time and passed : ordered .tit new judicial district to be competed of i I.be or tile' "
in eo
an Dtia
act addition
c B, RD from' Ib CojnmitttP on Enrolled bills reported Th bill to be entitled, "an act concerni The bill to be entitled ."an act to the several aet&c." .Mi cue, Franklin and Gadsden,. and that .said vi'J.e

rre ll :enrolled the'following acto. a committed CO & cornmi tee of the g ," was read.2d and misdemeanors committed, to amend an act; relating to cro 4 report by memorial or othftnr le. : coaun, t,

An a t.to provide for the,collection. of judgments chlW', who reported the same WIthout ole AIr. H t in the toes," was read a 3d tune and by slaves, free negroes, and rnul- Mr. \WRIUcIT red'tho resolution r JJowjD'

free.aegppeaaudotlier persons therein named. against The-report wa received and the bill amendmentS.orderad said. passed : ordered- that the titlebe a&iw and adopted. .

An act to prohibit our citizens fron trading with the read The a 3d time to-Morrow. to be, engrossed and The House in committee of the whole Mr. ]I RESOLVED, That no .new bill .
Indians sbaJ
Cooper m thc
and engrossed bill to be entitled resumed the chau be.daced
o ,
er p rposes an net.to consideration after '
the.superiorcou.rt of aJter the time r holding of an act regulating judicial wedMsda.1Ae ent '.

An act to authurise the sale of the real estate of Alexander the day formonday next.Jackson Countyas made the order of ,ceived ings, the Mr.bill was reported with amendments ; the report wasirq proctee lIaDtJoncs, Love.Natall. Priett Warren alldVrt1a D4If""B

d Mr.ir. deceased. The biD to be entitled.. "an_n .-,r. .._ *_ .. ne.x_,. \tlu,. ,K'w.Fitzpatrick.... .i.,._..then.__moved" to postpone. it until the 4th Jull for. and Jlessrs IJaltzelJ, Booth.Fitzpatrick.. --, -Pftl'W- Jt
SANCHEZ from the commitee l'IUH'C holding the -- -lucMra ucoper, ch z-6 againrt it. c.glOW..
on the militia TV/* slative council in s7 next Robiou I'ltzpatrick, Pope, Pris '
bill, reported the city of Sanchez, and Warren 7 Air. PRJEtrr offered
a to be entitled Auguslme" voting foi we fOllowing
an act to organic and regulate the a time and committed to was and Messrs and Mr. President, ftIOJa Dhicb

{f the: Territory Florida, which was read a 1st M and militia Pope in the chaU, *b : *ththm committee'with thc' hole Mr- Wright-9 against Baltzcll iu Booth Ordered,Byrd, Hunt, Jones, Love, Nuttall, ind the 1tbre.RESOLVED. rn,.

time and passed-Ordered 3d bill read the report time that thc bill as amended be read 4& That our
that Delegate
the tite be as aforesaid and that aw-M 3d Lme and a Messrs on tnesday next. m c

** hundred copies of the same under the Pope ; Booth, The bill to be entitled, be requested lo use bl' exertions in procuring
8uperintendance an act to an
!Ia"rs. Sanchez, Hunt and arren e printed for the of s-caiLEjS Sfea- nnd called the St. Andres and Chipola canal incorporate a" company to be ber U* the legislative council *o as to allow an addmoDII increuaofOli

th ';ooll use of 7 Byrd, to a committee of thc company, was commit the cwntw*of Alachaa anrf Columbia. _
it whole
tie be against ordered that Love hi the
as aforesaid ti-. the chair, who
bill with reported
111"VH.IGH'r .. amendments RESOLVED
rilm the committee on the Tile bill be ; tile report was received FURTHER, That
to U the
ntitled bill a
b1l1 ...__. .. reported an act(0 amend mended, read a 3d time and ; asa- COpy
a to be f ntltJ.t.. In.. ,.t.. ,.nn. :a. the surnmonin an net entitled an ( passed. Ordered that the rcsoldioo be (fmard..d tn rt
7-- >iiiri iiinir CACCUUOnS Which of. prom" ,"wl. n.;,. :,__ act or .A fin. o.** title--- lw a_* oar Delegate. '
re d a urst time and made F 'vas was read o 0---- r.' jurors ana for other -v Mr. BOOTH ofiered the
the order the day for a 2d time and loinnntted purpose*, The bill be rerolutbn followingadoptid which
I Saturday to a committee to entitled "an f ,1'hJ
ne f. Junes of the whole act
.1 in the chair, who reported Mr. to build a mill dam and lock authorisiug George Fisher Sen., : .

Tllc act rejrct'd hy the actIng ptNrruGr and returned on leave The to President sit again. progressed asked and obtained_ other purposes," was read a 2d across time.the Oeklocknce river, and fur Hesolved, That the committee on the

yesterd:1Y to tie house with J.is :' :n; thercl r was reconsid- in presented a communication from tlie On motion of Mr. Nuttall, the petition of John or the territory be disch:1rged from the rarther

en"1 and rCJected, uauzeli Ct ) answer to the call made at a former acting governor referred to the Carruthers, heretofore subject of Ihe removal or the IndiaD' conaide
mcssrs. ) day initiation committee within
per Fit/patrick tion claims
Pope, Priest Robiou Love, of the Indians within this to the situa back to the_ Hni '._on_ by. said committee reported be referred oar territory 4
and Wjnu: :-S voting I lor, andMr. documents Territory, accompanied -- n u o*,., ", f' J 13me to tbe commiltee on t.hA in,1;.:._ 1-
sident, Messrs. Pre was referred to the by certain Nuttall .uoicicrrevioa select committee : Messrs r...el..
The wiJl ;
Booth ttvrd committee Byrd, and art ocHer or :
iiuiU.t. NutiaL, Sanchez and tory. on the state of the terri Pope, were appointed. u tbe Q-jj.all l-f by. '
ornor on
Wright-7 against it. The The bill to be e n& *'*-Ji "." ae In1I pu''_.!.. __ Oclup T 4tb InJl4nf, WI" recon ldfed and
acting governor communicated sec," was rend a 2d and 3d time ? ur lJ tzptf' DootlJ. Cooper.llunt, Jones jnriRobiou \
Tii.e engrossed bill be to the House tht he had passed. Ordered that Lov ,
to entitled ,
an aN to alter the time of. proved, signed, and filed in the Secretary office ap be as aforesaid. title .and .Yarrcn-11 vote* for, and Mr JN

'i until holding to morrow.the Superior Court ofJackbon county,' was postponed corporate" An act the to trustees of Quincy Academy." :-"an act to inI I The bill to be entitled, an act to establish a ferry across the Appakichicola DYN Wr., .President.jtzpatrick. Sanchez and Wrighi-Saiaina Prellli, ?"/ &Ai

i The incorporate the city of Key West." river, at Ocheescc," was read a 2d and 3d time presented a letter from the '
/ bill to be entitled an act to prohibit the An act to incorporate the Gadsdcn Springs inAlachua sed. Ordered that the title be as aforesaid. and pas i one from Mr. Ba!. rr 'i. with proposal for .actng! P'lfDOr
courts i
from county and tc.h1ll
? levying taxes in certain cases was iciul a id and 3d time "An to establish a ferry on the Su\Vannre :" and County, The resolution offered by Mr. Fitzpatrick on sewion which w., reud and referred to thecommlueeoDnri.the
and passsed Ordered that art lo authorise the sale for books and furniture yesterday,providing The president
the title be as ll rC1mid. dec'd." of the real estate 0. Alexander Adair for thc treasurer and auditors offices presented a communication from tho -
The house read and 8 v as with a letter from the acti
in a Committee of the opted. sub-agent of Indian
chair whole! Mr. Warren in the The bill to be entitled ," The was read ad, D. M. Sh.t5e
t resumed the further an act to the bill to ue entitled, u an act referred lo the committee *
consideration of regulate fees of respecting the .
bill officers certain of !
; to incorpo was read a 3d time on public letters payment postage The acting '
rate a bank in the city of Tallahassee Mr. Byrd moved to strike was read a 2d time. governor made the followingJiS7
it amendments tlie the bill was rejxKied with part relating to the fees of justices of the Pcsce: which out all that The President presented a letter from Charles House, which was read.EXECUrlVE. cor3njBnicttet.
Messrs Austin
to be report was concurred in and the bill ordered Booth, Byrd, Hunt, Robiou Sanchez was lost; treasurer, which was read and laid esquire OFFICE
't engrossed and read a third time for, and Mr. ,and Vv'arrcn- "oting on the table. TALLAHASSEE.n
to-morrow. President and The House then .
',I The bill Love Messrs Baltzei, Cooper, Fitzpatrick adjourned until to-morrow 10 o'clock. P h MUA..*
engrossed to be Pope Priest
a entitled! ,
and ) lQ I
_lUtltvtnh1-j ." Muibu =*___'._, _was_ an' act. to organize a new The-- -AAm....v, gvuucuiiin rrt.ntl____ Wright-8 againsrit. Samnpl. Ir".I.return. .' ft_cotncil_n. __ ,- an' .act_enlitled. an aet f rlJ..._ ,
i-aycue again taken Mr. moved lo strike the -- --- m Uln
up. Booth bill ou. 8th section O..J. lJou.m
which of
moved the the nedortlJtjaSlieeofht
following amendment to the 1st was carried, AJessrs Baltzcll B olh The HOUTO FEBRUARY 4' cannot consent to any law taking daQ'
To section. Priest Itobiou Byrd, Cooper Hunt met pursoant to adjonrnment money from tbe *
the east boundary line of Sanchez, and a quorum being propriety of it ill clear and "*
section No. \\'arrtn-9'oting the present al1qaeaitionabre. cK7'
'I 32 of for and mu.utea of 1 '
No. Township sidemand Messrs Mr. Pr. yesterday were read.
5, of Range No. 9,'North and Fitzpatrick, Jores Lve Mr' LOVE upon the ground that the iLi P"5*
f. said West-thence South with against it; the bill Pope, and Wright-6 introduced c1 bil to be entitfed "an for ofa territory recovered a *
line as amended act to rent g QJeJ1t
to the South ror tenement -
was the at fW
east corner of section No. 5 as aforesaid. passed ; ordered that the title be division or estates. whicb wus read first lrovir1e he alled
a time
No.! Township an and .ommJSSr
4 ofsaid -thence orner of the day' tbe perty rented by the JlS1 ***
t it"ill r were one mile being the south bdundaiycf The bill to be qpthled rortuesday neu. ke. "
"an buildings tre.
the_aforesaid section IN actregdating judicial The same ge tlcman eoted alSUlarks, w !bvLw **
was the
i thenceforth luihc &aid read a second time proceedings pre petitton or J""nck several ,
creek. bprinj Mr. ; and comniitlct1 to a committee of the to be divorced rrom t \Tife Dykes. praying yean .ince, to the care and tempS7 "**?**
I' .rhc Cooper in thc chair, who whole, Nicy Dykes, whi b was read and the ground occupied ll.e jf S *
to the referred by Fort
amcndment reported select and S7
'J was rejected, 1\1r. President and l\Iessrs kave to sit progress, and asked and obtained CQlJlmittee on divorces. no appurtenant '
IW' Booth
BYN Hunl, Nuttalf and again. The same Jiposition private tenement, as no per ou bad hLaW11 *
1 he Wlis made a h
anchez6'otin2' bill of : *
fur to be a
2tlJ ; and l ssrs BaIt-I entitled, "an act to amend Byrd, from J'etition presented by I. commiwioner had ? ? III
f Alfred aathorily to
: oper, Fitzpatrick, Lu\'c, l>ope, Prie t RobiouVarren election of members of the an act concerning the l.vnn praying to be divorced from his wife and Mr. rent all ? teD meAtJ aBd@r
and legislative Eliza- Crjbi. to 011 .
9 council Dse he
Wright- against it. of the territory of Florida beth.Tbe reeted. If lIe did
was read a 2d fdOIt. 1'ot it
time Under .
and all the .
r The bill was read a 3d time and passed Mr.President whole, Air. Jones in commuted to a comiriiltee of the reoIution following Wta offered by Mr. Jones cirCDmatances of the cale I concer'e
:t Jtaltzell ; ,and Messrs tlie chair, who reported on the table. rend and hid rpject the bdJ. it=1 .
Love Nuttall and progress and
'fl Pope, Priebt obtained lcae to sit asked
Robiou again
Sanchez, Warren, and Wright12 voting lor : and Messrs The bill to be entitled on mondjy. RESOLVED Very respectfully ,ir.
Byrd and Hunt Booth, an act to provide fcr the ',1 Delegate in Cr.-rc.ss Your
3 it. obedient
against term of the superior holding a special h rpnn.,1 t" nrA,.I... __ servant.
court, for the -- -- u \oJ
middle .UUIODS -
t The engrossed bill to be entitled : district of Florida in Hamilton oDralning the pa.uage of law ,JrfJJES
: an regulating the mode County, was read Congre s. increa. the The -WESTC0T7ik
ing cut writs cf ; of su a 2d and 3d time and n< per dit'm nIowance! of the act was reconsidered and
error and prosecuting in that the title be passed ; ordered future nlembers of the passed; MeMra
appeals the as af legilllnthe conncil
of the, of court of appeals resaid. of o'lorida. : Byrd, C,per. Hunt, Love.Nottalf Baltzefl Boci

President territory a .d Florida was read a 3d lime and passtd: Mr. Thc resolution oflcrcd by Mr. Baltzcll, on a former Mr. N U'f'l'ALL offered the *""* resoluion which I -11 voting for; and ,Pope Priest-Warren,ami ft rip

Priest and Me&srsBallzell, Booth, Byrd, Hunt, Love, iSutlaJI, ing the books &c., of the lcgiiluincouncil: was day concern and raid on the table : wa3 rcad and Sanchez-5 Ir.PresidentMe.ur.FJtzpatrik, .,Jon w,Sato
Wright-9 volingfor and a bill to be ami _
Pope, Robiou, Sanchez, and \\ ; Messrs Cooper, Fitzpatrick, read 2d entitled, "an act for the relief of Knock Dudiv adopted" : RESOLVED, That the council Mr. LOVE introduced a bill to be'entitled "
un'en-6 against it. a and 3d tune ''as chamber be Lances ,. an art to
h, The engrossed!bill: to be entitled I "ai act said. and-parsed ; ordered that thc title boas afore ptaod under Ibo care of the commissioner of Tallaba Mr. on he chores of fisheries/' which was read prms a
concerning soldiers a first
SftnmAna.au, > ..' 9 A .:-J.uu and 1 he .. recess of Ibe council for the .. ._... ee. during le President presented a inne
: ---u ? ? anA tuneUIJQ passeu : _hill.. tn I. ".. :.1,1 H. A. au nr. Hiv_..:, :- I communication from
; Mr.1'rc.sidemand n n the
U. uu
Messrs. 01
t .UtU un Ita enclosing
rettor the one from actingjafca
relief the
t : 0 Baltzell Booth, Cooper, Fitz utrick, Lme, IS mull, Priest, and Vv was read a 2d and 3d tirne and of Rebecca Pierce," Mr. BYRD ofiered the rcsolutlOn fullowing. which committee treasurer, which was read'and referred
arxcn iasscd 'v read on Finance.
d la i
t -9 voting for ; and McssrbByrd, Hunt, Pope llobiou atoresaid.TJie ; that thc title be as adopted : n Mr. .
Sanchez BYRD
: and from Uie
J Wright- agam'st it: ordered that the biU to be RE OL 'fhat committee on enrolled
I The titles be tu aforesaid. entillcd, "an net to require VED, the comlniuee enrolled. bills, reported
f. engrossed bill to be entitled *' tu be incumbrances nppointed to caradjj
an act to organize and ma e IJublicn on property uperintend tbe "An
form '.as read printing of ,
be act
new in this a a econd timc. Militia law8 be lor the relief of
county territo.-y, was read a 3d time. and The Hou e theu rOI the the instructed to contract An Rebecca Pierce."
adjourned priDting laws in
jwubed: ordtr- unt lto-l force act to
'f ed that the title bean act to lay out and i (now 90'cl t'k. regulating petrols. lay opt and organise the
organize the AIr. LOVE from of "
t Franklin." county of the committee claim An act to connty Franklin.
} on provide for
I' The 1.IHtU\RY I to whom
I-lomsc had holding the
I met pursU:1nt to 3. rp.d the petition of \ lliam been refer. council of next session of
The bill be adjoumm'nt La Prade this Uw
entitled an a maue the tenitorjrin the iMatriw
an act .h
of Jllinutci quorUln following of St.
lxil1g city
amendatory the several acts con cf yesterday cad. preent The committee on claim report: purposes, and Augustine and
cerning the administration of 't.re I !, to whom was referred at such place wtufcj
; "f administrators and 'estates* and the, duties of executors, Mr. BU0111 imroouccd a bill to be entitled Willium La })rnde, hning hlid the the petition of direct." thereafter the l legislative coaocfal
guadians the "an same under
was committed sc\'cral act to ,
lo a committee of act: lUCtJrpornting the B.1nk amend of opmion that his conSideration. are decidedly "An '< I
"whole moth act for
.' Mr. Cooper in the chair who cf west Florida (8 of charity \Viii be the rHicf of Knock
reported the winie with amend rtad a first tUm. '"hich wus ted-anillia:in order lo justly npprecla. An DudJ,."
.1 ments; the report was received, the bill read la. JONE get sur.pav. be must exercise act to. authorise the sale of
a 3d from well certain
time tJ.e
I and at pt&tJeuce, den real
committee charity.-The as dec'd.l.An
ordered thai the title of the bill passed ; on elcctions report was unanimously estate of WDHra
r be, "on act entitled, "an reported a bill to concurred iDe _
to act lU.
&c. uiucnd tile several concerning the election DOOTIJ froOl the act in .
fccls { C'ommittee
o addition i
mem crs on the to
of the state of ihe
council the
The House in committee \V hich was rcad a first t nlC and ordered legisiative whom had DeeD rel rred tbe petition of territory, to "An act to $ several acts relative roads aottbridga t1
of the 'hole, Mr. Hunt in on monday next. to a 3d sundry citizens of organ e.a county to be
the reading Jackson called
.sumcd the consideration of the chair, re- county. repo ed a bill to be entitJed, h An i act to incorporate. the count/ of Fi/ettt*"
all act
bill be The to decbre the
to entitled *' town
to crimes and misdemeanors,"-The bill an act relating same gentleman introduced the following mol1ly called Ro'binson'.lIDrin.. .r..l .i._. Ih''D ._ lprin, creek "An act to DTOVWA. <..".' ...*>_. l--1'_of Ochec.ee. p.' and
which '- --- .
was reported with s\'craUy red a blL" were .tream, which reaJa UUHHD: a inJ
ments, the report was received and the bill amend A to frst me xvas first"amc and,MdSS"1' coort for the middle district of tenn of the

and read a 3d time to-morrow. ordered to be engrossed I bi authoris John Wooten to time' on leeway next. read a The en rossed bill to be Florida.. in Hamilton COUfaty." .

The House in committee river County, ai.d a to proVide tol brdge OTer liltk .1'hQ President presented the read a 3d time and entilledp an act concemin '
of the bi foJfowing :
whole of the communic:1 Ufgry
Mr.'arrcn in territory of Florida ? tking thc ccnsustionmentof on from the passed: Jeasf3 c tzell
resumed the further consideration of the bill the chair, Si B view 't. the lo\'ernor. a.ctlig Jonefl, Priest, Roblou. Sanchez Bootb,Flupatrt: B
its f10" ,and U'
bill was con-eming patrols, the representation, Wl equn aPPcr- President ght-9
reported with amendments, the ,or Was made the and Messrs Byrd. voting lOr. IDd I.
Lovemoved report was received Mr. tuesday next. day -7 Cooper, Love.Nutt.'I
that the following be inserted Mr. EXECUTIVE OFFICE against it: ordered tllat POp.and W
tions of the bill as the first. and second sec introuc a to U TALLAHASSEE or interest. title be,' Ul act the
: bi regulating rfc
b entited, .an net Kitbrnnrir
futue .. to nmtt ... tt-" _
ue it enacted the or un no iues, -----.1 lO N.81ft1 The
1 by Governor or engrossed biJI
I Legislative and for other this to be entitled 'I
'. I tory of Florida, That it shall not be lawful for council of the terri a 2d purposes, which was read a first lime and ordered territory return to the council migdemeauof3, act relating to crimrai
I reading the
mulatto any slave, on monday next. to. bill entitled II AJet3 .arg.S f
i ; to preach exhort to negro, or Mr. tbe- relief of Willim Hall.-Alr. Hall nn *ct for Baltzell, paed: Mr. Presidmbl

l 'name or pretence uniting in public any assemblage worship, "hluve.it be, under the was read JOJvES a first tune.introduced a bill concerning auction duties, which :. the payment of $370, which be bYlhis bill is exonenued <"-om ","right-l0 voting for.: and Je.sah NattaU.Pope,Prior.
theh owner's except on his or. lax collector territory chet and Fitzpatrkk. Jones
.11'I or guardian's plantation, and in tile Mr. ROBIOU of ahingtoncounty foMale ? sberiff and \VilJrcn-5 gainat j it. Robin grail

two white persons, who will give satisfactorily pretence*if at least County, praying to presented be a petition from sundry citizens of Duval year J8j and part ot '31, 00 tbe UhatSteSibjllI> ?f the 'rh. engrosCd bill 1 to be entitled '. .

1 F .orderly conduct. assurances, of their read and referred added to the county of St. Johns, which containing said taxes in lnct Half ? : book road p an act to ioc.Pnu 4. I.Bfri. .
to the |has a 3d time
Sec. 8. Be it further enacted, That it shall and Mr. WARREN committee on the state of the territory. U 18, aUedLed, bot lihi..Uowiw tu w7l doubt been unfortunate Cooper, liVeJlStefl ft and l"med: Jfetla .
be him
patrol of may lawful for presented several establish Wrilbt-l0 aS Priest SaDCbez.V
: any county in this Duval petitions from the precedent, and its a dangerous : ppe- 1TtI.-
and '
territory, and it is St Johns' citizens consequences .
'.. duty to search for all hereby made their counties, he o trusted with mUst be injurioas.Oofficera JoneB, MdM
I such opposition
to the public in.
find assemblages of slaves and if were read and referred to the foregoing, which Inoney .itl be leu careful of ii, if : ssrws: ftsrfJ&iSJ
to the any
committee. to
I contrary true intent of this act they fro BOOTH son expect a relenae under circUlntances they have res. Imd.The ,

unlawful assemblages by moderately ; they may disperse such I of Franklin introduced a bill to authorise a lottery in the this case. and I fear, allO, th&t it like tll068 presenteLi io entitled, U
whipping buch which would an
J slave free" was read first county enCDUrlge the act *- BJii
negro so attempting to preach, or exhort or a time And ordered false nnLl frnudDltDt petitions for presentation of the eleetion ofSi
with on Wednesday to a 2d releaie.
a switch I
1 next also have
take cowskin and not exceeding twenty-nine lashes, and the patrol, whip also, or tled, an act to authorise; ,the a bill to amend and explain an act enti .L the_ pre_ mbre to t.ht bill. that p.ror the Inonpv.I".noticed 1,__L 00_ rending the. ___.> 4assss; a.-jsr*',!
up whip of the hearers may laying out a road I Lue termor and ---- .D., UoIJ Jeen rf'nnrtr ... .. -.1--
I any or associate cola river from the should have"been Jue to -- received -- tuuc-
slaves to Appalachi- paid to the :
I :j or malattoes, who may I.t found not on their owner's free negroes Mr. POPE Marrianna which was read a first,time. previuusly. This of itself would iuduce territory several mooths section which was lost :lUreVrijht Mr ] Trei to 8Uik-c oat tbe .
land to the
or presented
and correct them employer's a petition from rejection of lJurJt. Love MexsT3
various the Booth
j by moderately citizens bill. Nuttall B
of and
r. whipping as above county, praying the Jackson \\Priht-7
unless ,
such of
slaves the
free law Cooper. Otlgfor'
negroes, rnulattoes have spring creek relcal making spring, or I am sir Fitzplltrick.Jones and Me. BitiiI
I a ticket from a Robinson's with Pope, Priest
"II master, guardian, .. .. their great respect, ren- UobioQ
or overseer. Rt iin a.A. h .__ which. was read and __ agnin.t iL Bancha,aDd W'
to .' ---' ---" Hl> "T nave committee on_th* lInt.. e u- refen-tH_ IA .1. ,
11 go preac lDg. permission to .n VI me territory. -- BV -*l' 4"" VUCUlcn Bcrvant l\fr BOOTH

i ., was rejected, lle8Sl'S BaIle11, Hunt bill Mr.to be WRIGHT entitlud "from the committee on the judiciary I JAMES WESTCOTT, Jr cequire tJ.e YOle. to moy'd be i.eo to Itrike OiIt 80 much of the 2nd .sectioI'.
**jffi Jones viva
i Sanchez-G Love.oAl00 an act relative reported a JbUzelJ 'VIlCe. wblch
I voting and read to insolvent debtors The BootJI, .u .cted:
Mr. first Byrd
a time consideratioa
President Uont
which of
and tho M'j
Fitzpatrick % and Afessrs I Ii ordered to a 2d was act was po.tponed Wright-9 LoYe, Pope, Robioa San
Worren Mr. HUNT reading on The nlOndy vot for, ,
I J and W righl-7vo made the monday next. acting governor informed tbe Sat net. n9 aod AIr. Pre.ident
: ug following report :-The House, he patrick, Jones. and Mew. f'.
to whom was referred select tligDed and filed in the had approved Nuttall, Priest Cooper,
The the committee ,
i nc gcnttcman moved to insert in the in rhe petition of the Wardens of An secretary' office the f llo\ving acts bill wa. then \Vanen-7 nplost'it.The .
last of Christ's art :
section city Pensacola Church concerning the Pn. d
these :
;. except it Le by crmisaion words have had the tax colJec\oll and Love, Ieltlrs BnltzeJl,
I in 'writing fl'OUl their and have ascertained same under consideration tre&iurers 0'' this territo Pope, Priest.RobIOU, Cooper, Yd
wner that
or overs er"7hie.l gu3rdian the 1'Ir. Sanchez. and \V
corporation Prestdent
'Baltzell, Fitzpatrick Hunt Wa.Il LOve eed, Robiou to ; Mr. President and Me srs and otlurs, fcr the labour &c. done obtained on thc credit from mechanics --:An' act lo orjani.,and regulate ,ne miliU,of lbe territory \ nght-7 agun ndJressrs t, Bootb. Byrd, Hunt rren-9voti", Jon, 'ill 1'piV .
and amount of church of Florida It : ordered
for (2,363
and the that
and to
Messrs as the .. the title
Byrd voting creditors an act be "
Cooper, Jcnes, Pries. alternative is are urging their A. act to concen tbe .' m act In a4di
6 Warrcri. left the claims amend ng election .
said an act ,
ngainat it the &in an4i\Vright- Wardens m. to aiM a 1UrV &Ca
i as amended was ordered The but the sale rida." revenue for the .- ARUfN
'to be committee of the territory moved
read 3d time engrossed and therefore have churcti.-- ? Fo.| '! a reconsideration
on saturday IICXU passage of the thought it but just to :' An act to unend agreed to : and the further of the *<"*> *da *
recommend the an act considerntioB
accompanying bill for their establishing a ferry The bill postponed antilt! .
The bill is relief. An Dr.t on the SuwaDnee." to be -mom.
SSSSaSr-B the entitled "an act for thc relief of An concermng soldters :lDd seamen." Grantlanc', and the he& "Dn nct ?"lfcMie Fa"sb CartfiSwM
Tffi city of Pensacola," which Christ's Church in act to provi e f r the cClJection of draw of Ph U91hamson

2d reading on tuesday next. was read a first time and ordered to a "roes, and other periODs therem "judgemonts ngains free ?, bridgo over the t. Mark rifer ec'd., to beiMlTho
The An named. bill to be entitled was read a M troc aDefrost.
President act
) .
SSFasssassSSEaSI presented the 1"10""" tu Le 2d an act
*M* tune concerning
following Colombia and "eeotot8" w4-11
acd referred WM
acting governor: communication from the purposes ; and fur other to the

rr'1..U.L.... ,. ., ___ "Anaettonrnhil.itfl.. ..... __ ____ The bill to be entiUptf.--.--, ..?m""ttee._.. OB judiciary.
!, UW50 wen aajourncd until to-morrow 10 o'clock .a.4 l.UTIVE OFFICE cases." '" -- fcfcW"-V OllfU Jrom levying taxe ift certain on public letters u li f-9pecllnl the PaJ'nent of &f

t title be as aforesa"d liue and pll3Sed: ordered that 'to
SIIl-I February 2d Tile
FEBRUARY return 1832. constderatiOD
t The House met pursuant to adjournment 2. tie bill entitled, U an nct to S of tho engro sed bill, to be entitled TLe bill to
I- incorporate
and for to ,
a Shell the crmcil and an nct authorifleJohnVooten
cent, the miDutes quorum being Point commissioners misdem relating
of pre. REJECTED. anors. Nas river in to ereet a toll Uthe
yelJterda The Gad
y were read. The postponed. den bridge over
to be ouject of bill to Lo .
'Mr. to tlis] entit d coonty.VllJI
JONES regulate bill isalledged read
notice the fisheries an c1ct to that a tbird time
gave that he of Shell amend the title and orfa4
those be
would lIeveral ***
the _
on some future who fish Point bank of actl as aforewid ? '
4! bill to day intreuco to b or bum and J Welt Flori incorporating
the a.
auLhorising John ffallf comp tvu The
V i W oo n to rrect 4 ia now often left th ir fish of the bill to be .. postponed until tuesday bill be .
nTer .n Gadsden toll.bridge on little on the shores **.' whIch entitled. an act but i freo ? m'ataiSL'iin act ta prevent the farther
his coun'yalso a bill to dlT John i ncar them. day; aDd the coni ide concerning executors," until negroes or milfltiol :
wife Ttea.sy Darb Darby from if' If anyacVSneSSJ- nce of those ration of the biU to be mon. was this an.
) committed
territory or
f ing iQcumbranee. an to, pu
Mr. LOVE fisheries irSf general Jaw on' ac to require commiUee of '
gave notice that eimilary appivHon. propeny to be rr ade who whole MrHont
he publie
Ii" would for the aDd the biII reported the ia Ih-,
3ft -
on to-morrow such payment of
introdu ask leave Ssar-ssh snme.with
bill egtigence or reapecting
a to be enLitled, "an s pUUlsh.menta poItage on public ''etten, wu and the bill ImendmeDta : the.
I net ,.rbe p wu
to 5 rhnps be or4ered report
provide for usd
estates." the diviaion but petty n law might engrossed bin to be entillt'd. to be er to s d lInd rCDd
to be tlons like this Brown and an act for the relief at The Boase then a 3d 11m.t4 C1QZfOY
greater wiJI800n
Mr. nuisances Frederick 1'bo01j1a djourned
POPE tha be found :' unli1
introduced those \Veedoo. ,
a bill wn. to-morrow 90.clock.
to be d
are intended re a third >
en tled Mean time
.1 the town or'dI.eesee" an .1 to inCOlpOratA coDsid r them obnQ1ious toDrev nt orabate. Booth, Byrd, Hunt'Jone.NuUaJIRobiou and pasd.
1IJhich to
.' was read first &aide- and our republican tnsl W arrtn 8 Sanchez
a time.
1Ir. es this lutions._ voting fOf and nd
FlTZPATRCKoffered y, bill is ; Mt"UN
thereeolution CoUowinghichas able Datural a restriction ulJO a r&ht-S VOtiDg Coope'r, Love, Pope Priest nndV Engla d.-A letter
read and laid'oo c.h tahtenEs' : pnvilege of our citizens I highly valUe aainat it. Ordered tbat the titJe f1J m o Iebrated
the 'rhe b
j object
eommisaionen too e1tentive to it as d J 'atingto eftll'Ol8 d bill to be eDtitl d .. a. aforesaid. trymnn Washington
LVED'-1 'That the and -ithou. po1Vers .ithout an act to amend Irvmg
# patrol., DO act ConcernIng recewed I\
audit9f the preacribing any reonti read by
qf a time -
be any means of n and the
and lie ia tenito.ry their redress or the re-eommiUed lat st
heRby Power '.if whole to arrivals .
for authoriaed to purr.haae niWrboob or 0 COlTectioniC they abould they .ho d nbuse .Ifr. Loye in tbe eheir, who a commiuee at N w York.
and gi\T
c"P.di and furniture act meudmeDta reported the Sl. ,
.. to the : thi. 88me
office'' HoUle erroneoualy. In witboa, cholly
ceed the amotmt of 1fhich-dWl on the- myeom.munication led. report wu receJved, .the biJI aCCOunt of the ,
l4ty DOt rporat Roaa' ultimo Ord n-d it 1
dollan present'
aDd that
n.jecting the 1118 aDd' stateof .the.
that.he.drl.W rings I bill title be .
ltated toin
tho u afcueaaid.
nme. .upon tl'euurer which itd}
.. (or'. principl and The biJI in GJ' ,
'" govern in atBritain.
-l't.fr.'fUV\"I'trl'-.L. .1._ L__ me thiadeciaion.. and--it- -ill .,.J ___ Da'ully.. riv...i.T aathoriaiDrJoho_ u Wooten ei t. nii. "_.1.. .. .. --'. 'Tnp'n1loCt-..'W' .1' D..rA. ",..
I l -- WtlK comm ttd n tJ e&to of' he .wu" UVIo. u C'lalJ', toJAMESD. npe i ThJhii& ra OaDtj." WM read 13d time--- " ported ,. the
I J t an 1ict1o b the territory. re.periQTcotirtin ((8 d) to meDd aDd U1Jluin U > dread of insunec ; :@t,
the Wctum time or koldin$ tJie> su.I DELLAMY road from th aD aC1to aotho ae tht' Ae fear of
.&,or Ihbi Jr cbieola river .lai111 Oat .cholerai. he '
had 4m 3d to Mz ri -
I : a aM ordered U terrilorJ-'Which was f President rime and palled. nna/ ".,lead a 2d says, s .o PY."tff
0 Ordered 'and
&aeeond the J that'the
Mr. BALTZI FJ reading monday, tive counciJ. The bill t title be a aroreeaid. that,all ent : 4-
SpettiMtheiA rSS S ori *'1"11 I N' entitled; :.i, .' 6eent tJ dl,. 'n, ICt to. incOPOrlte rise i Jji t
an act r. comPaJ1Y.fwaire the leon the ;
d alel rail arts 13 at
onp TheaetinggoTemorcommwcated time. and road a nehas.
a whole mmiued bookof h5"ready
e. read to th ,'Mr. W to.. n
H .ommiuee
lignect lnI.n iJi the or
and tbath.had cbair. Ihe
'Mi- ',POPE&om lite tiled in thclleQ'etary" me'nta the \Vbe repoited th biJ for the presS
oeJeet' OIIIInilteo'' AD n'portwu'ed 'with which it is saidfi :
t lUlJeDcJ.
pre1' the.roUo-iiag-act.s ,
t a
Milli th
110mhe oar eitIZelUt
It.Dd Oll : all4 read JjaJl
had .p..ti ordered
01 Ii .
tl'ad with third to. be
other time
rdmed" reported it bill purpoleL" Indian ) OD mODd. eDgrolled venture to publish
act to\hjti to bo'entitl '. nd f'o 'The'bilJ y. .. under easting':ci '
"an ums'
IL "
ferry c.he :
A cerniDg .
L'.a' J'pR. icQ1a river'at toCl e : aaction dati", ". .I
.. of' Othee" 'ataoC'p ( read &CODd ,
tage read
U'- ; Ian S "o aUaiid tiine ,
tm 1d
'i ,' .ODm Ddaj." a orb The has'
\VR1 ,. riaiDi Th.'biIJ stat ofOlio
T entitled
e act to ( 'ae aD nand Qvwlih
incorporate to .
tee&o actacrow
.ham ttiit' :
ifhad ban 'I'B for; t. dam' :'and .
,. Sh ee three
JI ?.olnt nvor-and( lock hundred
ailMmn or
,. IJootfl : 'u oDoidond r "
an! fortynhreeconstructed
/ .- pdaed. par niJe
,COIIperiLOv. ; Ord ,'raad r t
." 'f,. ,': .' .L .' Pop' Robi r th.t h.tide 6e u'roreaaid. & &hW time Canals

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intltcitystating iIo101. ", .
thaUt -kc: '4 '
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-- apjmivcesiheTarif : :
wii be I'. out burkicg t'.a
-- setfle dow 1ibJy. ,1f17Ue. .' rl'l. iYa rr oei.of.Pokn I tbo : : ,"' fectedb"\tteincumffraJjlQ
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y 'T L&DAsSEE'1 1816. :,. Ie8'M.m I"t. ..t ..Ueu'.IQ. .. : ;evila:to which :
; .wV fiI r WO'ft'UIIIIwUV.tl. country was cirea up;;je wished ;
The to
-AyMORNU._ FEBRUARY 14, not aatiori of Mr. Van Buren, .has -(Signed. ) -. ;, MENMAN..., : pJoy.DBlythoiiie H* of/persuasion to call em ha 8A1Un otke.3d '
v. our C. ttJ"
been reject in the Senate misguided subjects their duty but 'f i c.. { ,'$ ,,' arigTana
; _
by the our voice
-The council adjourned on the 13th in*. casting ): was not heard dlO.'f
n .
legis1& vote of Mr 'aihot NTffUtJzb \ \ ,:and Poland will! owe"the O .. .
session has been marked .tn. CoalvuJ& **AL of return '- ,
Thw l
by an undeTeeof w. peace'and legal order o I _
'DIE Fen bjrcb S.NoCmbeii8 iljr to the rictoriooj A DMINIffr&4T0a'a O _
industry and attention to business, and npparcnt'wi1hto The $\ arms of tne : N ; I
SiaIbavetheh .baYmg.
cod empire 'which
rnsur ; ita fate OnoI t _
at'LIOns .
has been nortOacquZIfltyOu, for the is wdissolubly rMoIaW _
the interests of the dreaRuA I'IIIe-J \
quelled cf
promote people. information .united.
of AD- ,
We are '
without the trade generally that in shall, however -quue.stJo ,
alterations have been made in the furtl r blood-shed. consequence .the distinguish antheali within thtm toom dol ,
fillY important or-th.disease nov* great majority ) _
prevailant ."Sunder ,01. those who theywi izeaeri '
; besides a very considerable number of land, all vessels ( -that beyond'the were carried. befreTeffL 'fl... law, \\c
ctDcrallaw FlY ram port will be subjected bound. oftltmp.. ..ft. I eatate are I'HI ." ;. fA _.:. .
prifll1C ADd lout acts .hare been passed.-We trust n 'I.'I''. \thf._!_W 8shinsrton G I1P_ on arrival- -- -irr 1M-.- .i"pta..-v.r .JlnI..-!."."., .-U._'-_ __ _.. minded- who deceived---- -- nUIIl we eVil LEAS-- -RUSH.- -*LAQA&C. -'DIIIecfiate,. ,ftIo -..-. -
r r-I"
qUlLruntJne -
time will be allowed to the V.I's Wj A -fl of 40days and' bymelancholly illusions ,_ ., ,
sufficient test
propri- luuowiug letter ana documents ; vessels ports or places be nod I -r. '
dreaming of RR aLIONELFLTC
Jjfrf modifications which have been v be- have sea received at the tween'the Rivers and impossible state of things LefP .Admi .
the adopted, State : Department of Tyne Tees/to, a qtuthin- had; recourse to ; cy.I'O __' .. ,
fore auy further cha.D'Cs will be made I\'tb:1t part of the tine of 10 days. .I ,remain, with regard, calumny and treachery t> attain 14dI'r118.: :
COKSUL your thor Strayed iL
:B or THE UNITED obedient humble object. They alone :
code luchl has been re\"iscd. STATES, > servant, are answerable
observed too great a disposition to grant Hon. Kiagin upon Hull 2-2d .l\t1. 1831. ) (Signed) J. ',V. MAY, Consul General, for the violation of the solemn oaths; for the FROM$ the subscriber '. ,

JTracttof EDWABJ Livurosf, To Joilx BKNKET, EsQ.Secretary ruin of their which Jut tnSeptember ; ,
incor1x>raiion, bolhinlhis, and the country, ina flourished a young bright ba .
pre.tedinglegislatures. Secret ever horse
y of State, Washington. 0 Lloyd's.The since its union with t.hI e -.I QUa.L t about IS bfld3 J
multiplicity i is an evil SIR I for the .
as : bego confirm ; blood 10rannth _a ba __ '"
\L! js Generally but little direct inform my letter of the 14lh instant shed in the civil war for the insurrection old having acme white Z '_ "
responsibility on bill in sbou
Any I
to the information
g you that the disease reorganise the Navy, the (.el"
of those who act under them and besides which had House reported to the Imperial provinces and the subject so that r :
the part appeared at tie port of Sunderland of Representatives on ; lastly for the burthen property shall be liberally cas reov. .
render the laws of clared had been de- twice Wednesday, was which baa been laid '. .
they tend to a general nature obsolete by the-neJical officer read and committed upon Buss,
sent there by Gov on the same day. It Dunil hmAn' .., .._ ._ __ .. a. Their. Ff 14th P. o. HAY '. l
whidi ought in all cases to be ernment, to b provides for'the ..,: "' 0.1 a.rv. A..1
adequate to the the Indian Cholera. All the appointment of not less than one -----'-- ""uounUO ;UIU' WJln their crimes, ---- ---- tSrr.. t'

prcscnal.ion order and decency." munications lhave since received from that place com, Admiral, two Hear Admirals, thirty Captains, I is; fixed by the laws; but our justice and < ur A GRAND MANEGERU .

We object also, to the notoriety which is given toat1of agree in statiig that this disease continues rattier I thirty Masters Commandant, two hundred and clemenry shall allay the fear of the weak and J

TiCc and immorality by granting bills of divorce to increase. The board of Health it thirty Lieutenants, four hundred Midshipmen, O!those who were only misled. To ,
fearful appears, end
l of their LIVING .
including those .
_There maybe extreme cases, where relief, in a creating too great an alarm in the coun who have passed examination, apprehension] once for all, and make them ;E
should be wiih-held try, are nov very particular thirty-five Surgeons with fifty Assistants pos t 'f
manner, not but in or in not having thirty- itivelyacquninted with -
any five
cases Pursers our will, have
public It
Snary cases, the courts of justice are fully competent reported as Indian Cholera, that authorizes the President, if a follows. ordained .
aid. It is calculated are not of very decided and malignant kind necessary, according to his judgment, to increase be exhibited
without legislative to give tut an that a numttr oV so the number of ). A complete and Tallahassee
Captains unconditioual ,
abroad of the cases arc reported as to forty, of Command- amnesty COMMENCING OJf
indifferent opinion state of morals here Cholera common ants to is THURSDAY THE 16th
that fifty of granted to all
p are Lieutenants to two hundred those of our fEIRtUXT 1832, ;
supposed to be Indian and subjects in the FOR ;
crowd annually, our statute books with THREE
to acts of thisjture. Cholera' fifty, of DAYS
Midshipmen kingdom of ONLY
'lie Poland
| fatality to hundred who i
the that of Sur- have
among cases are returned to their A1Ib
Ano objection to this mode .
procedureis reported' geons to forty-five WWtlWW:
I as inahguaiit is will with sixty Assistants, of Pur obedience. None of those 29 'Wl;
very great as be
thst the /.lauins arc of necessity made on cxnarte seen br. tl.e t'lIr.iu".J. 't..t"..... .. ".J sers to forty, &c. The shore is fixed shall included in this I JUSTLY CELEBRATED l
----4 u..u.uu; u. "I .0 pay at tour amnesty now
re- or at
evidence, and often result in ported thousand dollars for any future time be ;
may gross ii.JU uib w inaii uam, from the 14th November to the Admiral, Rear Admirals condemned

the absent party. S the I8tbf inclusive: proved fatal 17, recovered 5 three thousand, Captains twenty-five hundred political or prosecu.ed for the actions or 1
The militia law has been remodelled DE NOVO. We and 6 remained on the 19 UI. Commanders sixteen hundred, Schoohnasters at opinious done or expressed during the : \
a :
*appro\e of Us general features, but.llavc the same objection I beg, herewith to eicios you a copy of :a Navy Yards seven hundred and twenty, and else- whole time of the insurrection, : r.
where 2.
to it that existed to the former.It does not offer comlmmicatioli'that has been published from the three hundred and fifty. The paj of other The following are excepted:
Surgeon of tbd Infirmary at officers to remain as heretofore. 1. The authors of the
sufficielt encouragement to volunteer corps, which)I which bloody insurrection r.l
contains Officers
must always be our principal reliance, whenever tins disease some thct interesting information resecting be paid at these employed in actual service, at sea, 10 of the 29th November, 1830; those who on .lf
can be relied rates :- that
action is required.r on. I also night repaired to the i
prompt C would wish to see the a of eiiciose Each Admiral Belvedere Palace
copv a circular
from 5,000 dollars.
volunteer companies inlirely independent of the Consul' General of with a view to take the life I
iheir rc- the etherlandi, to the Each Rear Admiral ot our beloved
4,500 dollars.
Htocnt*, as far 'as pecuniary matters are concerned, hUll that all Secretary at Lloyd's! informing A Captain brother. the deceased Cesarewitsch the
vessels from Sunderland commanding a squadron of 150 ; mum
end in other respects as much so, us is consistent wiUdescipline. be subject to 'tOdays quarantine on will and upwards, 4,000 dollars. pins: derers of the generals and of the Russian and I

ports of Hollani ; and all vessels from arriving ti A U.iptain commanding a squadron Polish,officers. JtPPOO !!SVI/JTAW .fI

places beUvcm the rivers Tyue and Tees ports t iea less than 150 guns 3,500. mowltil.g 2. The authors of the horrors THE GREAT HUNTING ELEPHANT ,I
to which
Ninety-eight laws were passed at this session quarantine of ID days. A Captain commanding a ship of the, line 3,200. curred Warsaw, on the 15th of August last.oc WHO saved his keeper from ,destruction f 1
It A
of the legislative council, being a considerable his dreadful has not l ,disease as yet has been publicly stated, that class,Captain 3,200. commanding a frigate of the first 3. Those who since the 25th of Jauuary, under the following in New York in December 1826, ,I

appeared in other have at different extraordinary circumstances ..
number than at any times been two
A ferocious
preivous session.- towns Captain concerned
any Tigers
although from
several! private conullunications commanding a frigate of the second chiefs as escaped from heir cage ,and after de- !
oj members of the
class stroyin
Between thirty and forty of these from highly respectable individuals 2,800 dollars. government illegally a Lama attaeked their keeper as he .
may be clas too much there is A Master established in the when.SKKKPflVD: QWILWJXW entered, :
Commandant kingdom Poland
sed as GENERAL laws, and the residue are of I "...wnn 1 tJ.. reason r...._ to SUDDOSC cases have atmeared A Litutemlnt comm .nI1inno., 2,200 __ __, h lve- nnt Qpn'.. .In. tn... ....__. ___.__ u and. 0 who sagaCitY'. after knJkmIPnn.__ .u. .U&.. ..__ with_ wonderful I
i.I uw Ga'S. nt stocton! .. J." --- -- lU\ll ---"b "U\UI (1o\\'n WIth hi3
and New .Castle ------- R UUuusnon to trunk, seized his
: Bcnooner preVIOusly
a private or local character, among these are upon Tyne. I have been most particular in my or acting as First Lieutenant of uug a ship of the line,, he 13th of September, as well as those who, where he kept him keeper perfectly and secure threw until him the on his back,
inquiries several 1,600 dollars.A after the confined. tigers wero I''
twelve fifteen divorce among medical men in the latter subjection Warsaw, formed il The performances of
or laws.-All these place, but First Lieutenant an Tiprooo Sultan, to
were cannot however, obtain from them, A of a frigate 1,400 do'Iars.' legal government at Zacroczyn, and getherwith the dexterity and intrepidity his i
First keeper
rejected by the acting governor.but were passedby an\V acknowledgement that such is the fact. lars. Lieutenant of a sloop of war 1,300 dol forfeiting all claims to our thereby Among produces a spectacle both interesting and diverting. r
Ith mercy.
the requisite .. 'ihe great respect, I haveihehonortoLe, Sir, A 4 4. The members of the' Elephant variety.of singular marks of sagacity in this .,
majo } charters of vour obedient servant, First Lieutenant ofa brig or schooner Diet who proposed and he takes a stand in the middle of the yard '

the Banks this dollars.A 1,200 or supported the act of deposition the moves briskly round, his hind feet
at and
place at :Magnolia, and ALBERT DAVY. 25th of on the centre, forming acireleiithhis remaining in
Sailing Master Jauaary. head
four five of a ship of the line, 950 dol keeper on his tucks and in ; places bin
other ,
some or continued
Statement 5.
actspassed against the of cases of the disease that have lars.A The officers belonging to the of the circle, tosses him repetition round
to the
governor's VETO-Excepting the divorce at Sunderland, from the 14th of Novem-appeared Chaplain, at sea, 1000 dollars. Romorino, Rozyck, Romiuski aud Bobinski.corps and with singulA and up seemingly height studied of 12 or 14 feet, .

bills however l to the 18th November, inclusive. A Boatswain, Gunner, Sailmaker, or Carpenter 6. The subjects of the Western catches him upon his tusks and trunk, and in accuracy '..
the conclu
of of
such govern-
is DiarriJ a of gives
a. Cholera Morbus. ship the line, 700 dollars of ments who him a toss in the air and
safely lands
; a frigate him
600 of may participated in the Po the back on
less than at the last session, although Common. Malignant. ; a sloop, 500. lish insurrection. and of the Elephant. This Elephant is a male,
Schoolmaster superior in size to
72 30 28 850 dollars. any.ever before exhibited in this

the power, it was thought, was exercised pret- Died, 2 2 17 Additional pay, allowance, or emoluments, cither country of, being ten thousand about ten feet high and weighing upwards

tjliberally by the acting go\'cmor.-.l number Recovered, 37 16 at sea or on shore, is excluded. the NEwYoRThe deaths in New York during feet 1oh. pounds;-his tusks art four

were amended after rejection Omv> Q3- 4 'Prnno.. t1..,. TT co m. _, ber 29 week ending 17th, were 149 ; of which num: fJt f of
and severalost. IO .u v. LJ. elegrnph JAil. 17. were by consumption scarlet fever t1 33i'aU'
The Scnato influenza ; I 0 ;; A.more beautiful -t .
yesterday was occupied the 6 ; small pox, 9. anunal never was exhibited to .

Copy of a letter from Sunderland. principal part of the day by Mr. Hayne's The number of deaths in that city during the J.public. f

Considerable anxiety was felt the last day of hifiitMART, Sunderland, Nov. 15. to Mr. Clay's opening speech,on the reply year 1831, was C363-population, 202,000. Of Efte 'nmcl of aftsfifa, I "

the session in I have just received letter lution for reso these, 1033 died of Imported in 1830, and now about
consequence of the your and according a new tariff system. This consumption, dropsy in the two years old. .
REJECTION to head 319 The COUGAR .
speech drowned of South
your buve ,
re"que down 74 Amtrica.
sat to answer it. You is in flux infantile 172 frozen
of the compensation bill the ask, is the thsease preparation, and will very shortly be 5, 203 Two PANTHERS of North \' .
on ground of its true Asiatic, or only aggrava en to our readers. P giv- croup influenza 47, insanity 23, i temperance cc Prairie WOLF. America. ..
exceeding the ted English: Cholera: To tins I I evious to commencing 119, locked jaw t3, old 135 I.
appropriation made his small
by Congress such a disease as this wns reply, speech, Mr Hayne submitted pox 224, stillborn 372, sudden age ICHNEUMON Egypt. "
never in an amend- death H
seen Sunder- suicide 23 Together with
-The bill passed, however, subsequently) by land, it bears no resemblance to English Cholera, 'I ment, which will be found in our report of yesterdays Of the deaths 1757 were children under I year o. Alto, DAHDI JACK a,great the celebrated variety of the MOKEY tiThe j

one vote more than the requisite majority.We and a most striking resemblance to Asiatic. It proceeding, in another column. When age, 673 between 1 and 2 years, 225 between 10 perform many interesting and equestrian who will
: and diverting
differs from our common Mr. Hayne had 20years, 700 between much feats on his
20 admired
indigenous disease in the concluded Mr. and 80 519 Shetland Good r
purpose iu our next, to give a synopsis ofthe i following[ points : In the season in which it has moved to postpone the further, Dickersoa: between 4Q and 50, 207 between 70 and years 80 .7'r the performance. Poney. music during : ?4 _

acts of a peared, m its great fatality, for ap- tho. .."",..:___ 1 consideration of between- 80- --I1t1- gO--, .1A, b4 ___ ft h : Admittance- 5f- I""nt.-A1.r.L, __ .. '.
general nature. scarcely more than "OJ a\ UIUUUIl ana v"YC1U ana 100, and --"
one in five out of the amendment's to Monday 4 of 100 and upwards. price. age IWtJ
aggravated ,
cases recover- next.< This

Previous to the adjournment of the council, dying in the rapidity in from six of iw to twelve course,hours the patient after generally been< discussed motion by :Messrs.was adopted Dickclson after having For- ,Of and the of whole the cases number of 670 were persons of color Hours February of.Exhibition 14th 1832., from 1 1 a.In.till'4 p. m. .Va

the consumption J26 26tf
a vote of thanks to the President, Col. Bel but it differs from common cholera, most eSpecial-attack ; syth j Clay, Tyler: Smith, and Wilkins. Mr. people of coIorliosTozt.T12e. were: allahassee S-SchooJ

lamy, was unanimously adcpted, io \\hitb heJnade ly in its symptoms. The patient for the most part Clayton Delaware, appeared and took his number of deaths in Boston during A Public examination .

complains at first of nautea and uneasiness in the seat. 1831, was 1351 : .namely, 076 males 677 -*-*-will take of the, bdiool.

a feeling and appropriate reply. We regret stomach and bowels, presently followed by vomit In the House of representatives Mr. females ; and 71 stillborn, making the total ;number p. m., at the Academy.place en sunday the ;19th at 3 clc

that it has ing of :fluid resembling rice Duffie Mc- of burials 1424, Of the whole the Addresies will be defiveredjon
not been io ourpower to_obtain water or thin gruel from the Committee of almost number, 643,, occasion i -The public are
and Ways and Means
frequent one half respectfully invited
evacuations from were under the : attend. 'to
the of
Lis remarks for similar bowels, of a introduced a bill making Of diseases age 20 years.- February 14th 1832.
publication. Col. Bellamy r, appearance; cramps with the toes and fin objects of internal appropriations for which may be considered in some NOTICE.-1'he

said, however, that should his name again b gee rs, rapidly spreading up the arms and legs to read twice improvement, which was deaths measure incidental to our climate, there were 485 undersigned ha
tlie chest and abdomen, when the and committed to a committee viz: consumption 203, 53 appointed agent and in
sufferings of the of croup lung fe Scaton attorney feet for
placed Grantland
before the people of his district which patient become the Whole on the State ver 81, scarlet fever 58 and Farrish Carter
truly distressing* The pulse, at of the Union. Mr. hooping cough 26, influ of Claries Williamson and the heirs
lie did not I first weak and fluttering, becomes lost McDuffie also enza 22, throat distemper 26, inflamation of their and is intrusted.with the cafe
contemplate at this time, and bhould at the wrist, repottcd a resolution from the l 16. of the lands in Florida. All
ke be generally not even distinguishable, at the same committee,,calling the 12 suicides, 67 by old age, 44 I from c'-mmittingwa.stc the persons are fonrarried

again honored with a seat in the concil pi ecoi dial region; the strongest Voice puerile, and I j the Treasury, for information on of Secretary of by intemperance, 15 drowned, 11 accidental, and II ing i to rent may do so on on applications same, and the those des. .
at last, hoarse and j the extent and I 1 S2 of unknown diseases. subscriber.
believing as he did, in the doctrine of rotation> I f.uces cold whispering ; the tongue and I f condition, generally of the manufactures vcbhnlc.!I THOMAS BALTZELL.
the skin cold of r Fcbmnry
w: office in every department urine as marble! and livid ; !'I j'wool cotton, hemp, iron, salt FATAL AFF AIR.-The 1832. 26tT
of government I curup etely suppress!, i '<' cramps, vomit-'I I' tho sugar &c. in I tain brig Cameo, Can- COMMISSIONER'S '
ie : ling, and purging United tates;, and also for Sayer, bound to Bremen, in OFFICE, >
thought atthi3 such
generally getting
;il1.e a tariff under Tallahassee
to cease the ci
proper state Feb.
distinctly, at this: ; moveHlfulti of the ; duties upon imports way on Saturday morning, foul of ;; I 14th 1832. j .
in his got the
period leSIlrdtiofl! % I opinion, ship NOTICE is
that he should SCrCey best may Grant, at anchor hereby given to all
visible in
decline and the
the station of I were it not for the p add and rationa; adapted to the advancement ofthe this stream. Whilst iu L sons: indebted for the per. .
Presiding officer answers to quc.ions, would lic l interest. It'was pub I'ituationsome altercation occurred between of Tallahassee purchase of lotts m the city
to which he bad you uppose thc body laid the Mr. and addition
been four upon table Heartwell to the
times almost had been dead for hours ; so in fact looks like a I I do). A variety of other one the the mate of the brig, and one of iho amounts due, be paid into this office same that unl ** .
unanimoUsly elected billsprincipally .of a seamen, when the former the first on or beforo
Such struck
is the of
by the the latter day March
parti'j'j of as
assemblage I next the
private nature
% of his fellow oms in this dreadful malady. We have sym[ were reported and passed thro is said, upon the head, with a mallet. The sea tue of an act of the legislative council commissioner by vir
no j a first and will be
dence of its having been imported; and the I second readings. A consideration man soon after came on shore, and a warrant having pelled to place the same in the hands of the District com ,.

We have received -a letter ailing opinion is that it is not infectious. J pre The j of Mr. ttouldin's resolution was resumed, and been taken out against the mate, it was put into I- Attorney for coll ction. T. R. BETTON,
Cot White !j the the hands Commissioner
first persons attacked discussion of it Mr. \ m. Kennedy the city of Tallahassee.
wcr lour occupied the a
stating that men, two were C Ifs j remainder of recently February 14th 1832.
he appointed
had received two resolutions. one family, but the others lived at a considerable j I the ittiug. Mr. Davis Massachusetts Mr.P board constable, who proceeded on 26tf1iAItSHAL'S

fronijthe; Legislative distance ; they all died. One was I 'ambieleng, and Mr. the brig to arrest him.
council-One brought to th i Bouldin
the sub severally addressed the
on Infirmary officer got on board Mr. Heartwell -By virtue
let a nurse who had never the .LT50
of set-u the I House .
patient the writ
a on a of
member from Hamilton while alive subject. retreated to the cabin, and forbid Flaw in
and Madison, but who assisted in removing to the his entrance, expose to sale on the third me delivered I shall

tOUttie and, the county Walton and dcad. : _house. nt_ about u eight in the ecpniIn. Wts-- -- HOLT.__ANn.-1\.T. n.y.a.l. ..__ 'threatening 1'1.... .to._shoot_ __. _,him_ __if_ he attempted to do _so. thetownofQ.uincv.. &llth".J.t--- ----monday. ..:in.,_March_L._ next. ,in .
n the ; one seized with the d aiacase a few hours 'afterwards O' -- AJ" LI .DiU ]. V"' I nil UUL uc rrea DY tne threat, and in 01 Adam Hunter, in 'b uC', caun ana Interest '
k subject of a mail route to Appalachico- and rapidly sunk. I examined the body the following -, The King of Holland has been again invited the attempt; was fired at by; : the mate, who was of land,Viz:-lot No. 3,section,to 17 the, following tracrs
The l to armed with a pistol the ball R 2,W lotNo township 1, N if
wishes morning, unfortunately accept, without alteration the entering the groin. : 1, section 18,
of the Council had been pricked my finger, i iI twenty- Mr. lot No. 6 township I,N of R 2, W
fopatcd in both an- I and inn few hours was attacked with vomiting i four articles agreed upon by the Allied minis- Kennedy was brought on shore; and Captain improvements, section 7, township 1, R 2,N &W,also, the

instances-A bill for the fort aud purging, complete' loss of volition and most ters at London, an the basis of the the Sayer, who was absent from the vessel when ter, to thereon, now occupied by the?said B uu- .
s< circumstance sjtisfy an
r had partition execution
occurred which
passed alarming derangement of the between proceeded on board George Newhall '
several nervous Holland covered n-
weeks system, n
previously and Belgium and has the brig: when Mr. Gadsdencounty
from again Heartwell superiorcourL
the Committee which I am but now panially recovered. refused gave himself up the Safe within .
on Post Nevertheless wishing again to negoci lte to an officer, and was prescribed by law.
Offices and Post if it were infectious to degree to according brough on shore, and com T.
Lads had inserted we should havehad much more of it than any we have, some accounts; hut, according to others, mitted to jail for trial. We understand that the Fcbrury 14th J832. E. RANDOLPH, Marshal.

The last a provision' the latter- had. The disease is principally confined to the having secret encouragement for taking this ball was extracted on Saturday evening.. Mr. K. 28tds.,
will not be abodes of wretchedness course from the lingered until Sunday forenoon, when he ------r---- L-
tieo-It expedited by any resolu- and dissipation, where it Tim great powers of the north. Charleston( Courier. expired. .
Hill appears to be universally fatal. We have heard financial condition,of the LDeCArION.IRS. *
pass about Belgian
end of government [ 1
the -
/ .
session of | WILLIAMS
two three is
or persons comfortable circum- nA I
very' flattering to the respectfullyinfirms
applications from the whole Union stances having been attacked, but so much modifi monarch. The "budget for the new: NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.. the public that she has a board-'
r *eived ed, as to be current year ing schoolon M'Carty-streetinTaflshassee' .
and comparatively and been Her
disposed of. c ra- made and shows : sy
up deficit tem of iistruction
a of 11-
ble. Were,you to::see a patient who had strug' 000,000 florins.! LAST NO'.rICE.-AIl persons in any way indebu comprises '. readingpeniansh3pv',
'fare happy, also -The amount required to estate of the late William N. english gnmmar, Geograghy, History .Beil
to add that our Dele- gled through the state of a collapse} you would meet the Ritchie, are tuu
baa declare him expenditures is 40000000. requested to call on the subscriber, (at Mr. Reaves' French and Eri broider.$ShevpTomst
procured the to be in the last stage of fever, from And and make ) to _
insertion of I : the resources without pay evtrv necessary attention tie morals'
a provision which he in of the payment delay, as no further indul to and Ii-
frequently a few present ,ore cstima- t rature of
sinks into
lftebfflfora __. days a se- ted year gence can be given,- those who her pupils and flatten''herself that .
Post at 9OOOoOO. disreguard this notice thc:_
.. route thrniifrh. AliratorJcconiDjoaatioQ ndcul1apBewhicb ifl altXTnirB fataJ.l fin' the PtffV" AnnnnliMlti--- ----0.*l1" .ia. U."UI ts\il* may expect to 2nd their accounts in the who may be intrusted to her care will realise.the most
properofficers' :
oflho g "- {proceeding we eruption 01 this uwcusr, w-e to be made for a !ran in England, but it'is ap hands for collection. LEWIS RAMSBURGH, sanguine expectations o'theU', parent*and guardjan*. '_
; bo hood people' in 'that tad a great deal of Ightning,. but for several'days prehended that it will meet with poor enc url 4 Agent for the' executors. CHAKCxsriaiOAKDcas,- rtca FURsusara flZ*. fW.

Tl LiD 7 th.weather has been excessively cold and Very gem particularly ,since the I lost, .February 14th 1832. 26tf Bedbe&lngand towels... .,<. '..'fl5 ;.

. I aIoo Provides for a mail -route ft om clear., totheeas&nipartof The disease is at, present.Testncted.the town altogether o the King of Holland) "tp Jho"States General.message. jo %? :ale' :or ,mtnt. .'enmansbjp For day achollars, &e..t.J such as ttdy Reading :!. ..,

!fo 'hihyounowtoiit3ins The
: b ,Jefferson to' k a very dense and low 1 papers contain intelligence ofthc death of; HALF section of land about S 1-2 Per quarter for English Grammar )

? h fcadsden Magnolia-from and win.a very ifiltbt state. As,to. the population cure,\1 believe. -,' ,the' mother I ofKingLvopId.? 8 toni Tallahassee, 'of which there is 90 I I &-... .. ................ ..............y.Ie 00 1; .
St. county,':/Appalachicola/ .when the patieit has fallen into .the,,state-of I bRUaIAAD: .POLAND. acres cleared' '-and has been under cultivation for three: January rid 24th Embroidery.. .!..".;'._*...*...!& 00,... :

; Augutin by ollapse' o earthly'thing. will have effect Pration years,past. With. good dwelling house, kitchen 1838. .**'-..-" ;.
Tampa Bay to Key : any ; of Emperor of cribs stables & has .
rom fight f tuss. <%, also, a large garden haM.someIy .
COlUbV8: Georgia .to you aa apipf/remedies to a corpse or a 6acowt Ko pailed ia. The above lands are- situated in town -. :

'IIZ.frotfl 'Appala. marble sta ut.e. At the,onsetWeeding is.the eheetjinchor 1 WeyNicKdlBs J. '.bi'ibo' ? 2. ship Not 1, R No. 1.and ectiori 13.North and West STORFt4GE :, : :i .
Gbd ,
. & ; arid generally we have ucceededinMtractinff grace Ero- and ;
; 'by Cond : when tormerlyoccupie4byL J. flackley
'W peir Autocrat EtyptTr: addition
; Odle" ; ; twenty thirty-ounceajie ptpthasrecovered of all. :the Rusaiai, King of sons.i. D to pTUrhase or. rtnt, wfll please :apply-to -if-TfN to his old ware-house ,:
Marianna .Pofni .
; .App but &c.-&c.. *. / ; ,JAMES subscriber*recently erected
. U. : at that time, only that the '. c r. **. ing a spacious,build

-", "J' ., f Mood will flow-toe adjuncts are brandy and 4P19- : ;p"tecedidgmaDfr.u ,atfd 'proclaroatioDfthare -' P.Tallahassee S. February I4th- 1832. 2&fbe 80 by/ 20 feet receiving cotton and goods. '
Purchasers TIMOTHY
" urn internally warmth externally., ., 1' 'sufficientproved to'. faithful ..adjoining half accommodated St. Marks, December 27th M'CARTY.
Cur section wnich 1831.
0IId Eqi;, states that As to its ojigtn, Ithink the most likdy cause ,isomc I subjects howpainfulto ut to be obliged toe D. '- JOB WORK on acre art ele .. -.IN'BL'ANXS
a r electrical change.: In particular parts of the ploy arms to quell tho insurrection which had OFFICE AT THIS OF ALL KINDS .Print d '

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j"t" ,. BENJ. BYRD. .r MORE NEW ,GOODS.A r'SE'L'L'ING, .. OFF .ES1.'JY.! .: I ; LJlNJ. -XEQROpo... .exIUKlO.L.. boQAiIIW: t,.:

York : MONG.the: variety of goodarecieivedinthis : .. : -' 1tb scriber on th c, fqeTlylittd_ .. ...
; received by OLte amcai&om lSe'\, and ;. -:; -;;.o'T -- CAllE 1 ltloa U"e o : Il 1iete1.
".HAS Orleans, a general aasonment or I>ryI '.L.City, this season, and'which, 'l {!._ *twB ;A' H.: < of Doe rnberjsLa srreHorse) : .*bout (OUXLeen mile "esvof' !A.I e; T N4"! --':: I

Uds-fleCukry;Earthen,China, nnd Glass I II cn'h: ,' there will be found,.at LhenewSt.bi1, (' fh IU;;..' :;,.LI.:>.._':t!. l : ...,:' '. -', .. ,[ l and, a izaiChands high4H. len hlld fOOt '18 likely A shott young Credit negroes WIn, ate,oTere4saJ jiiriot. f. -"."

I f ware; Omccries Irnn, Nails,Ca np, cu. etc..Ii' scriber ..NOr3EJcStr et,: ithOie I6f fany ": '. .hlte. .Has a-smaD wliite-st kin his '(orehe8.d.- theBank or FIOiI1A eeiTed! in .:
f Cloths andCii-Mers aprtpfichtbeywill :mention. 'THsubth1 asIiewstorecornerot Jeffcr- Supposed to be about twelve n old ; was appraJ5- paym t.
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.f DR-Y-GO\ODS. : .. ; offers forB:1te to the public ed at '30. The owner is req ted to come forwar! For further ,pxtiulars-Es .appll to the,

Super blUe, crape ]finished, Braid Cinth in general, a handsome assoflment of the following prove take him aW8). L. A. TbompsonE 'Of JMa nroi'
property charges i
l Fin 1iLldht8j & 13Iiam1Isiack Cloths, pay W. ADAIR
: \\1 ; \1. e, ; do. V lTet.l do. named articles at the most reduced! prices fQl'cash;Viz: El\lUELDRUCE. see. Adin
I \"" fine and aupcthne Snttmct c63zsc satune'S': kerseys, finished West of Black do.do. January 31d 1832.
Patent. ( England) Tallahassee, January 10th 2. 2 IS""
tottonades I'd h e\ Clothing Point, _
an3 JflY4QDS.
# Fustians, !: fine Olive, d\J' do do. : ;
'- Dnftlt" 'And.Rose' Bh\nke Iinne1s Black EON ACADEl\lY.-Tbe
: London. 1
I 0'. Las ngs. pLain &fiUred; btu, and black'BombazeIts, "do Bottl Cinamon Green Brown, do.do. .Silks,' Black, thsdenap, ..Italian Lurestring: Black} E\V'S 9: ORE L is respectfully informed that this __,.

of and aics, Flail!, and ISarcentt". Blue .Green"P and,white' F1oreces, under the
u large 1t3Ortifltflt ?rnt ; blue do.Lavender .rALLAH SSEE..THE opened tcHIay supcnntend"nee 'ft ,
11m 4"nd 6.4CtmbncsLinenltnd Saxony" Figured'Silks 10 ',variety; Irish Popln Silk Velvet .
fig rCdz jacon.ts, Mu11;. Swiss, : ; James H. Coxe. _
colored Cassimers
and Dove
IrIsh Lin.I Drab, Cotton dOo Tartan Plaid ,Furmture Calico Subscri r has taken house next door! to
lnutntlons,Cn.mbrlcs, Superior Mr.Coxe isa graduate of ,
A.vari t of silk Vestings, (new patterns.) & M. Altl\.lIST.EAD is HampdenASidnr <
Black Bobirict and thread Laces CO. and opening 4.
Lasting Irish
cns, LoJ.1 Lawizlrish, :rabtc, nnd Russia, Diapezs ; Linens, lege, Virinia and i ii ghlyrccommended'br
F1a handkerchiefs, PUligee do. 8M Island I a large and general assortment 0 E EGROCERIE ht Ii.
I brown' tnenSf Tieklhv'burg, Bear Ducks, Jsna- 'V.hitt and cravats Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jaco.nectt culty of that College, !and. Others, gentlentnrcspctbih1t ol
fancy ,
burg Bobbinets,'Late ana Edgins, Mack ind colored Swiss and Book Muslins,shawls, worked capesand I and attaJnments", WI a.schoJu
shirts ,
4 Dozen fin fashionable linen
and Bamusta dresses handkerchiefs! Calicoes Gin l1all1s Nankeens .' lid II
'Grosdciisilks, gured Mandmnei, able and efficient instructor.
Sinshaw tnrscnts, and LeantiflC Silks, bbe- white, _do do Bosoms, Brown Holland PrenchBro Linen, ,Furni- LIQUORS; The roies of tuition, aa establishedby the
silk Merino hose bo.rd
d n. boons Gentlemcns' & half 'tire Dimity, fine Cloths, C8.saIDCrS nod Cnssinetts, DRY-GOOD follows Viz tI
pink, and green,1-lorences., a great Lnety do Cotlon and do trustees, are Q.S :-
French Imitttions and Angola white and Red Flannel, Ncgrocloths, Scotch and Rusia in the first.
Canton ItdiaD and Crapes 1. Tuition rudiments of
Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, latest fashions.In sheetingOsanburzs &c. &c. among are the fol1o ing' ides, t1fettJ
a Mztn- .
Handkerchicfs Porlin, arlnum.
Linen Cambric Crape, dollars
addition to the above they offer a splendid assortment Double refine Loaf. Havzna superior'Vhite. per
darine, silk and Thilict drcssShawls, siHc.lla and dean New Orleans 2. The higher branches of the English I latlirty
of Ready made Clothing, manufacted in the Ia- HARD'WARE. Very dito Brow n-Sugar.. ,
Bandanna: Handkerchiefs, fancy cravats, assm1ere., test style, the work and materIals of which they war- Coffee, Havana Green, firs quality.TiI : dollars perannum!
aid silk bhawls Patent l'l1Tead, spool cotten, and cotton 3. Language and sciencc, forty dollars
A assortment
I rant to be genuine.-Consisting of super blue, black large of Hardware, con- Young Hyson, I4erial and OU'hOng per ann-.
hails, Tapes, Pin, 'crdlcs&c. brown Cinnmon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks, sisting of Knives and F.rces} Pen Knives, Spoons, payable quarterly in advance.

3-.1 and 4-4 bleached' and brown: hirtin nd shect- d'<>: Pant, &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto Sciss:1rs, Razors, Locks,Augers,Chisels,&c., together FRESHTEAS. ApplIcation for admiSSion must be made to-

I ings, $ with a assortment of PLANES. I James M'Mulhin, Treasurer of ,the Board, "i
: Valencia and Marseilles, aU of which they sell complete carpenters
triPitrr'siC&r-; (AjaxCargo.) whose certificate or the payment' f tuition
I. ; lo't'for c.1sh. R. B. & J. B. BULL, none
Novcmber 22d 1831. 14tf BQ9TS.& SHOES 10'4lour, Bacon, Mess Pork, it Jialfbarrels.1 or will be admitted

.1 Mens' Furand Bc..1xcr hits, ciiildrcns' Mackerel I No.2. in whole ani quarter do. By order of the Board of Tlusttts.

and Roys'ool, LC.Jtlur A large assortment of Baltimore Mess do. very fine, in quarter do. L. A. THOMPSON, Se I

rc l lorocco Hats, and Caps. WANTED: nod NElV-YOHK made FrcshLcaf Lard, Go'hen! Bluer,GoshEn chccse. January 24th 1632. 234..

"Saf: ). SI ThD W'U1l1'mttawsr m@\D\
SADDLES &c. and Jnuralllabii.s. it. B. 4.J. B."n. ::;. LacJJes, tD.:nlin_ and aOmawll'w1J1J Prizit1 Sperm CandlcS', "inter strainl1 -1.enn Oil, hENRYBOMiH ;
n un ---- -
--- Shoes,BrQt-ms, &c. SwcetOil, New York dried Bcd; _

I: :Me 1s'and n"s carse liroaflS, and 51jS, mens' E. W. DORSEY Liverpool fine blown falt: for talle use.

and boys tine hro an hocs, Ladies Leather) Its and n HATS AND CA.PS: Richmond first J.unlily chew ing Tcbacco, ASjiist received and offers for sale

shoes, LuJics eal-skin, lorocco, and PruIdl1! shoes, just received his fall supply of Goods : A superior assortment or the Spanish and balfSpauish Sepln. Two tJrty saw gins, made by Mr. John
a \ childrcns' Leather, and :\1orntcnsicS : 311 'scirtment HAS per Fresh bunch Raisins, Figs, Prines, Almonds. of Louisville Georgia. I

of mens'common ar.d fine addtcs.IJridlcs, martingals, Croln Baltimorc Florida, which, and in Schooner addition William to his formcr A. Tysan p'y, a descnprrons.- most fashionable HATS & CAPS of I with a variety others comprising, every article in tin Wrought iron Ploug

g rI.-. "irsinlec; :;, sul Leu1i'r.} (t(".cle.f makes his sock very complete. sUl GROCERY J lKE.Jl Cast iron do .

HA'RD\V.t\RE ,GROCERIES. LjD;} Foreign ajid'Domotjc Liquors,
f DRYGOQDS..OONSISTING '-1Iuu:.le Holland Gm, as Im'frtrd. country (10. Fresh Orleans Flow

t CU'j\L' 1t i:, tzQ;. A laigestock in ttll its FLOUR.Fifty Genuine Bordeaux Brnndy, ::10. do. com. t.lo. Canvassed ham, ..

Knives, and irks, 1'.n11... .i' -cktt jmLathin
hatchets, sh.lnh: and sjIlJt': carolina OJ,! rertifiedMononahela wiiske- do.a. Pork
shingling Blue and Bllck, Cloths Cassnir s, Cassinetts" Rose common Bdcon, etc. Utii
; rirc,grl\Lbin and garden hOt's, cast steel, club and : WUi'lm o'3cicilyIadeira draft &. ill bottlcs'l
and LtnketsrcdrceI bite FJal1nel
pO:11n\ : RI.u .
j I br.d axes. Itc\p: Hooks, stcelyaids,1LL... llttlIc.ok, : floor cloth Baize Padttiiizs, Bai p, Irish;:Lin-reenn"ding's Fifty Barrels superior new ,vhcat flour. i aiaga"do. Claret: ditto. i

and Eye Hinges, wondsr.rcws, hand, l nlnt: crscut, ensLong' LawnsLaccand CambrIc IIwPriousanj 0ld4th proof CogruacBrandy 6ears old in hottles, 'i

I nnJ l11illsws, hanl jiIt, mil-s.lW: anll ts1arkiniil.'iI -, obllil1ctt. Cah1hric Jncconetts, Brown Ho11anll cdgjng ALSO. and a large assortment of }1ATt., CAPS, BOOT: ,,
2ie! caststecl drawing; knives, set of blacksmiths, cart LaJics and Gentlemcn's Shoes, Radymade clolhing',
I Linen, and Linen Cambric IInndkcrehif'fs] 1.01111011. .
t : t; pentcrs, cOO1'S; ,and hoe makers: tool, etc.elc.A and Amerim Prints Giwhams, Ladies Fancy, Silk, Sad1ery, Crockery and GJ3 SVare, consisting partly of Superfine Cllth Coats, mscrttd:

great variety of Crape. Pupplinnnd Drt-sei Ba raigc- IIandkcrchid\mand\Tine, I Tin ,v'are, Looking Glasse ,SaIt, Ready !szcs ummer and wear colours.. ynnthsand Angola Frock boys atc's(iuo, a fine and article rountl.a-fiT
ail lndarme '. and figured Swiss
!L4ITflIN t CflA' tin. B'iok inuslins, superior} Damask table cothf!muse, made clothing,. stationary, &c. &c. bouts, cloth, casimere and s..tinct: Pantaloons, Mar

Ribbons focilles and Valencia Vesfs. A few Jic'es Irish Linen,
AiD GL.LiSVdlL Gloves, elt: etc. JAMES IULLIX.
\Viihi a eneral assortments of Domestic Cools, Talla1iisce, November J51h 1831. l IZtf: fine black Ostrich Fca timers-C ilpin's superior hot pres"eel -

'. \ ; IRON. AILS, Brown and Bltnclltd shirting and shetings, Bed tiks Qto post Parer.-Oue box ofccanL: French Han.ing -

SI.'EiL&c. c. etr. "t,.. AMERICAN HO'! EL. : Paper, of the latest and most approved patterns,
: Knaps and Slubhs'Japan Paste Bhckin ,and a variety l\\1ADE and sold wholesale and Re.

1 J.t (' d Inch, flat bar, English, Amcrjcan Russia, E.I READY ltIADE of other articles not necessary to JTl'ntion-all ofwJl 1., tail. in Frederick Md:
cnnntv. by C HentDI
Sweed Iron. rounJ and bar imn,hoop aihll'hCltt" ,
ql1ar will be sold low for Cash orapprond
.1 I ; paper. concerned in the Patent ,vub Dr Judkms.
h It Iron, (icfmanand hblt'f.d steel, 4, 5,G, S, lL', 12, 20, CLOTHING_ 1 A:tVS!, ( ._ r.rr.v! : ;
---- -- ----- The above Ointment is off"red the
It. 30, tlfl(1 411, dry rut 1aJls, cut hr.\ds anti wro11L Xa s - ---- #0- Skins 10 pnhmhicaia
Hides and all
t3'Cottcn:: ,
A larc nnd 'lilltry prc- and certain
sale fur those
gcoLral assortment, of Ready made remedy ohstimlte dlsewi.
Pot like Pans skillets kCllks
Spiders, tea fr'jng duce at the hihcztmarket .
Pans, &{'.. ClotliiaBans: Up Pantaloons, and RounJaMuts, purchased Iricc.April28 some of \vhich have so tong bullied the skill of me1i
Cassinetis! and Bea\'crtctn or Everlasting ditto ditto, T"JA"r 3612111. !!;)Icncp..
; GROCERIES.L. swans dOW.1 vest, etc. etc.. : :1."Us 1st White Swchhingof every description.
I"J flt :E resh Drugs Garden
2d Sore and LTlcersuf
L. >n i., and i. Urkaits ilurn, couiitr', and Legs long standing.3d .
3 UoHand \Vhiskey..Malagn.. Clarctt, andV.( .) HARDWRE. Subscriber SEEDS &.c. ScJirrusor Glandular Tumours. particuJ!,
respectfully informs his frirnd; those hardened
I THE :, turnouts in women's breasts which uflc
J I !: 'Vine, Porter Cider in Box..s of one doz111 c3h, Knives and Forks Pocket and Pen Knives, Razors, 1 the public generally, that hc has rented the time terminate in ulcerated :

a it ij Powder, shot,Icad, 'I'ea, Coffep, Loaf Sugar,TobacIf Spectnde! !', Curry Combs, Hinges, Stirrups, elcelc.. .arge commodious building on thc West side of the Felons eancers.41h
E. B. PERKINS or what some people know bI the
salt Grindstones Bale Jw'Aof :
I;( tf co, Scnrs cotton Bagging, Capitol Square, formerly occupied asa ta\-cm br John Catarrhs of .

t Rope, nagging Twine, Pepper Alspirc, Coppcr!:;:, BOOTS&SHOES.tk. Downc'r. The House h having undergone a thoroiih HA received by the late arrivalsfrrm lw-Y od-: .eumatic every Paint descriptIon.5th of the joints.

Dru's! and Medicines, etr C1C. et.c. willlJc for Baltimore, a large of lcdtint"and
repair ready tbeleccption of Boarders and supply fresh 6th
Sprains and Bruises of
"rith agrcat"ariety of other goods 'hich will he 10 Cases Boots & of every description or I
f'r. Visitors on the J 3th inst. upwards 1700papers of garden seed from H. whatever situlte.7lh .
I : saM low, whole sale or retail for cash, cotton or other JOHN C. Landreth-AIsn, Thernmnieters and part
&it5esadics&gentIemen's superior shues, 'V' REAVES. ,Spirit Synli' Tcttcrs of rail kinds. In this the
country produce. Hc earnestly requests a111t l rsol1's =- Gentlemen's Baltimore made BOOTS, Tallahassee, Kot' J8, 1831. ydrometers-Sochcromc tersProuts pa'nt Corn mb6t1"3 lien!. in the II'
;:: indebted to him by noto, account, or olherwi, to call Ladies Brogans, etc. and beautiful and much arwnd article fii" tilt out of applying Ointment, must keep the pit
water -
anti the same, as soon ns Convenient. Hc als.. DUM VIVI\1US %1VtMUS."
t: pay cure. corns--Bragp... ,. polishing pa5:(". for oIcanin 8th Chillitai
c or nirt afrfdl'd bv rmd..
of llLUUXTS best -
has hand for sale -- -
'In a quamity S -- --------- --- --
READE'GLETAVERN pLate, lirJtama 4XC., !\.osc, '.irane, Flower, Citron, It is also of ibo best
sleel Gins assortdizcs.. one remedies for Burns IlIi8cald
; saw colton Lavender and CoIures
I' .:I.'r. \1.411flh.! Noveniber91h33l.J 1;.tf BATS. the Milo, Carpenters Oil(If Cant erc.hari etc.es.Expected by short time.It cases the pain and draws the fire ollt Ia a

J; J. G. &. N. HA :LEN ( Iij Tallahassee, l"ovf'mher 1st 1831. Iltf For Inflamed 'Vomen's Breasts, and GJandarZ,

ALARGEAD SALE to close Consign- SweIIins, it is superior to any medicine Jet knowi II
t' FOR ,
IIAvE.Jtstreceied by late tllTl\- Gpncral assortrnciitof HATS, the medical f-mcuhty. It is mocb safer than mercw

: !? P11t0\VN, BLACK, & 'IJlTE 85 Barrels Swcct dppljc.ltiln (ash it does not contain the smallest zti

6. WOOL, do. Seal kin Caps, Lcathc.r do. Grey C.nh! 32 Sacks Liverpool Superfine blown SALT FLOUR of any prepartion of that: material,) because ic cfces
.Lr d I .
) not lay the patient liable from
o injry e1posmt
5 Bags: COFFIE: ,
: .
.i: nooo Pair ..,egro S I IOc'S au..: UIli:1nS: : GROCERIES. 3 Boxes L.-\f SUGAR, cold.This
j t .i !I ..hM Pipt'f..>S ",p"Tn (;otOI1___ J.'II..I in0' _, THE sul.scribc-r has taken that spacious and splen- 7 Barrels Ointment his cured sores of many years taMin -
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11 i; 500 Do. doT Wollen Cloth and Satjnctt 1,,L.L,,t {'."..L.Llj.Lr....,,,._ .,__ T. .r,' F brick tenemc-nt in TahIahasse, -latelv----- orrl1t1iI.tJ -----. -- 5 Kegs 'l' I1.CCO !". "'here it- is-- -imI1O..iM'---j .---" "r-. .i"nrn.t...j.... ...."t.. 'n..., .J.I...... tM-
'j Liranuy. t1oHuJlJ u 111,Jamaica ;
: ,;i ; IGO Do. do. PoiiitBlaiikcts, :Madeira anti l'tirtVine, in casks 8lid!Ixitiks spirJl Chan- by C3pt. John Downer, which, havin' reccnly EO Daon PLOUGHS, external sore, in con eqol'nCp. of the boDe becocari..us :

.: 100 Do. Rose &. Duffile do"I' paign, old Rye \"hiskey, ; t eeii refitted and furnished! in the most complete mann 2' Bos TEA, or rotten, it will slop the progress of the Qo
snpcrlOr apple Yinf'g-ar. r, is now nndcr the name of the increase the quantity oj tile .
1 : 20 Bales Domestic Shcting'S: & Shirtings, &c. Gupowder lmpcrialaud Yo, g Hyson 'fta, Loai, 10 Boxes SOAP ftDsi\'e discharge remove the

,;: i'b 15 Dozen \Vool Hats, :\nd Lump ". ugar : Java and Hn: anfcm Raisins. SPREAD!: GLE TAVERN Apply to to'meJand/ ease the p3in.
{ 500 Pieces Stripe & Plaid Domestics, Cra"kcl"s. It cores the worst dong or 'Vbitlow., on an app&
i Bt!' chewing ToLcco ( fr the TAYLOR & KLrIf.S1. .
I common do., ijicn reception of TrrJ.\"ellcrs and Boarders. cation of 4:: hours.Itheumatiis .
f Ii; 150 Do. Scotch Bag-21n:, Sigar. with a and This 1\Ttrks! ,
r. I : large general assortment 3.f Grc- HOTEL isEluate en l\lc.nroe.trcet. next door January 3ht 1832. 2-ttf. which
have :ood betame
I -:4l.gQ- rr's.lO sn long as to
f bc. C. sit. 'v. wi1lirs, in a position as nearly It. J. 11. \V. DAVIDSON ) a systematic isorder. medicine be taken
From Ne\v-OrleaJl the Schooner B respectfully tend2rs requires to inwardly -
by COO central to the business and
Lbs. Middlings & population of the City as his services in the several dcp.1Ttmcnls of to remove them entirelv. But in most comma'

.: :'I NATIVE Sh hJdr; !, ouJd he selected j anti 1 is no less qualified 10r the pur- prof.ssir.n, to his fri(nds nrd the citizens of Gadstunty. cases npplying this Ointment externally directed

pose of a puhlic house, hy its ample size and commoiiOUS tlo'.. \, He it will give relief And
1 ; :iso Bbls. WH1KEY, 10 Barrels PORK interior : : promises punctuali'.y and LlithfuIm even inold peojJe! "heM
1 ; 50 Half do. old do. arrangement, than its convenient locaieIm. I : 6 in cvcry.application, and his{'harges will be made pains! have been oflonger standing, It nIl e3s6tpain.
In adJ: ion
100 Bbls Supcrfine r\e\v Wheat FLOUR, 20 Bails 'HERRING &. is tn tl.esc ruh-antage the undersigned to correspond with the}hardness of the time .

It w" f 1 100 Coil DALe ROPE, 30 nan'els which determined he to merit the patronage of the public. \Voolillc, Gatt! depCo. Florida, Jnn31 182: 21tf1'OTICE. :. To sea captains and masters of vessels this orntn'st

100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, 1VACKEREL unremiued takcsthisoecasionrespcctfully to solicit, by must Le very valuable irr winter on our coast it I.{
} attention directed to the comfort and
:, I 10,000 Lbs. iliddlings k Shoulders BJCOX 30 Barrels of his enjoyII1cnt A LL having claims the "cr7 certain in IS effects on Chilblains or parts affectea
WHISKEY. tucsts; and by the moderation and strict persons against estate of with (rosl it likewise .Udi-
: '5 Hhlls. Canvassed 1l.1.1'tJ, regularity of his rharg's. liLBnmue1 Culver dec'd., are requested to present tie preserves i its qualities in

50 Boxes&. Kegs best Richmond TOB.'l C CO, At his within the time limited lair males
table will same
FLOUR. always be found the best whch br or they will Le A !
20 Do, Porter and ..iLE, large mess of testimony proving the value oC 1 il:
I.he market and barred. All indebted aid \
to estate will
aj3.cent afFord his bar persons please I
country will be
10 Dozcn Co11ins' k Cos. ..'lXES most excellent medicine will be shewn to those,wI>>'
I ;onbls. Suptrior '}1ma w wwmJl supplied with 'arietynf the choiccst liquors, ana fur make payment immediately to E. SEIXAS, (t( m'r. wish further information Ben-
J 100 BJ1GS SIlOT. on Dpplicnlion to Dr
"j F'LOrn. his stables, experienced and attentive Osdcn; are pro. January 10th. 183'!. 21 lOw tonq. or to any flf his authorized '
t OHEAP Ell THAN EVER. A.LSO.AhLaster vided.Lest .MiddleDistrict, Florida TIJe above medicine sold by ,peeial 3ppointment or

those however, who may visit Tallahassee, Leon Superior Court the patentee and warranted genuine.p .
.; should view this
1 7 nHmle ornamfm Beall fllMl_ "I'M'F ... '';''" .4______' '. public. and flauerinznotice_ _as a mere JOHN DO\Vl\'EU. ) AttnelimnL-___ R PL'PL11Y! n..t"JYC..... .._
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1' :E BEG leave to invite the attcntion of she I tuck combs carved and llain! Brazil l.ln' ditto do.- ;UJll1a prescnueu oy custom on &uch occasl proprietor! im'ites
respectfully them call
I:1;!I! customers and the public in bC11lral!, to With an assortment of Crockery- f'ir themselves by actual 1 experiment. to and judge AnED EGO POTTER 3 this day instituted

; ;';1') thC'lr enwnerate prct.ent stock article of goods, with, they which deem there it superfous shelns. to ware, zozic-Wtare, Bridles, and Saddles, et. etc. Nowmler S, If31 12tf H. C. .\ liTOX. by attachment, of which the de1ndant and all To those afflicted with Corns.
i. are
1 .. crowded, and every therefore merely remark, that they have All thc above goods viII he sold low LAND AND NEGROES FOR SALE. other persons intcrte are required to take no- TilE celcbr ted Albion( Corn Plaster afford in 3IIt ,I
tice. THOMAS N. BRADFORD and at the! same time dissolves and dr35
It hand of which for cash : and a difference ,
now on a superior assortment goods, made to those 'who
I If' they will sell chcapcrthan ever for cash, cotton ur ilp-. sl1 UIfl.! buy to PURSUANT to 3n net of the LcgiIative! Au':, for PJff.NOTIOE. the Corn out by the root9. without the, least paiD.

1'1 I i J 'prr-cd credit There assortment consists of the fIJI1 "vcini'r8tli 13l. Council, the subscribers will sell on 1le Prcmicson. C..nTlFiC.1TE.-u'ro those afflicted with CorDS
J21f their
4 ?. 1 !;wingdescriptions, Viz the 15th of Febrtl ry, a tract oflmd belonging feet, I do cenifj. that I have used the AlbiOl1 C0!

Dry-Goods of all kinds Hard\\THI'(1 & COTTON. to the estate of Doet. 'Viii. Argyle, in Leon coun- ALL persons having allhS against the Estate hex Plaster! it with complete 5C'CCCSR. Before I had used 0111\
1Situated in sections finn of completely cured a Corn which had troubled IS!,.
I h'tn and fittren Benjamin Manning dcc'd. late of Jefferson
Gla for many years. I make this for the be11ds I
Cutlery, Looking HATS r-jJj 'fowusiip} one, range two, North and Etst-AI County are requested to present them duly 3UIhentiraft'd -II those afflicted with that painful: public "

I'. Shoe Saddles; etc. A great 'Hl'll ty at: thc same time, se\J1 Negroc consisting of within the time, prescribed ly I law; o.r eomplaint.\V 1. SthtWFiusbing .

( o! (;Itc':4: Fflul'jl-VI i 1l.C1 Men, one, 'Yoman and ChildreJi-Hot.schold. and they will be forever barred All pcrons indebted L. I. Feb. 2S."

Kitchen furniture; the crop of Corn, Fodder, to said estate are rrl'lcstCtl to In:1kc immediate PmcE,5O cents a box.

KOCERIES&C. .JOSEPH PJaJltatiol1 Too} the stork of Cows, l\Iules II'1gs, payment. MAY MANNiNG, Extc't. Dr. Relfe's( aromatic for fema1 I Jr
LALDv.ih1 and oue riding Horse a good:Jnd sl.bitmtial. January 3d IS3 !.
I ; .
'I'LL ,', .IU1t (If 'IL"tJ ',HI .f!.. h'' ZH'C"OJI,, to tlll, :: road :'ow.lJl ; They purily the blood quicken its circulatioD. 11t1e :
II-t tl1nes- .1I1d lht \ purc113se 400 bales cotton. As it is Wagon and C"arryall-AL:: some Medical Books. .
: ex nn.t"W pru'cf cott n, CIC. f for tIC, {. .IH.N'JI'JR.MflllP. suspended! operations and JeDeral II
Lakr.: .. L1.tptn' Northern market. ales Inti The tract of Land contains ('!fO ..,'rt'.. ..lvmt --- ,- -. ____nature. _._ ____are_ a_ : .
1 r 13h: !S41 17Lff .. for. ------- ____, fJ,1'...... Iuci........ i..Ii..r: --- ,- -- "'''Hot -- -rf->-mrrl-----J; ...r. .th..... I"n..n'Y'" "'''UIi; .L- .L WItJ IC rIt I)
; will be prcfere He has erected alargeazi1cox.venient "tualll'y- 90 of which are cleared and in tine condition lir ,II ESPECTFULLY1nfonns the ci- part of soeitty. Tilt PiUs/ UIUl'liunlS ue particularly among efficac I,

f t Just HeeeivedI ware-house at Magnolia, and is prepared cuth-ationsituated} about 12 miles from TaI1ahas- :: ns of Talla.hassee: and its vicinity, that he In the Green 8icknC Palpitation! of the 1J63r1,( 'U1sineis ,.

f ; F i 3chooner MILO to do all kinds of Storage and Commission busi- see, in a he.1lthyand ngrec3he: neighborhood. ILs Located l imsef! in this citro Short Breath, Sinking of the Spirits,Dejec? ,
I P 16C.0: bushels of lOIlN, Baltimore, and for sale p ness-will make advances in cash if required of The terms will be for thc Land,Jl credit of one N. D. lIe mar be ti.mnd at his office in Town, or I dnd inclil1.tion tu exercise and Society Ia ; )
100 Ubls s. fin If oward Street FLOUR three fourths it value on Cotton deposited with and twu years, with a deed and trust on it wIth athisresklencca few hundred yards distant, en the aadies willl zind th Pills equally useful, except in C:3Ipn'gnnllcy. : .
] ,. him approved Q'.inr! }" J'oati ISJm WHEN ThEY: 1tST NOT n& T.iXXi; Delt'tr!' .1
He personal '
4 iSdo MACKEREL for.shipment. will securit.r--for the Negroes
ship to Boston, Nfw- must they be taken ( ., 1
if 40 do HERRIXGS; York, Bal timore Charleston Stock and other things, a credit oftweh-e by persons of hectic or consUW1 1'l
j (Susquehana,) or New-Orica months C1AUTIONAIl! persons indebted ha"tl.( PRICE, 1 50 a bo.t.
I 5Q SACKS SALT. Magnolia for all sums over thirty dollarS for _
J January 17th 1832. 2:2tf that sum and /
to the firm of L &. i\I A. .Armistead -ALSOltTThe
: : &co -
:, 'v
1000 .
I Lbs BACON HAMS all under cash will be
a (superior,) FRESH DRUGS &. MED1C1NJs. requred.--Donds with ap- timer by bond, note, or open account, are requcsted to :: celebrated Combri.ln TO'>tiI-Aehe rill,.which
{ Any persons wishing to purchase the corn, cat! have Just proved securities will be expected in all settle with John a I\ immf'di:1te totie
K relief
received C33es. i in without the least
credit until the first a large and complete : Campbell Esqr:, whose hands inJury
ofJanuary by givipg a bond with Re- assortment Persons wishng to purchase land the demands Teeth. On trial this
c. of fresh drugs and medicines whIch are invited to have been left for collection: will be found oneof the
I curity. 'I'IMOTIIYM'CARTY. will, be sold, see it. JOHN W. ARGYLE J1d'm. Janlll\ry24th 1832 remedies known for this comp'laint.PRICF .
wholesale 234w1TOTICE.The
i.: I __4u.tst 17th 1831 2tf or retail low for cash by
KITTY V. ARGYLE t1JJ 'Z. 50 cents a box. t
JOSEPH LADD, Druggist. : heretofore IIrNone::: is /
January 17, 1832. 22 partnership genuine unless igned on the 0u151u1priiitd

-GOTTON. l\lagnolia. January.17th 1892..., 2tfREGLLA .L_ existing between the subscribers digoh'ed wrnpper. by the sale proprietor, T.KIDDEI.-.
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-. -- this cb.v h" Immediate ..
.VU.UN.MRS. --- -- .m1ltM..1..-...... .NU'.. .." nil f J1.. succegsor- to 1111"' f"t"" rlr W T l nnur.or .
PACKET ------.1 -.I -- nul.iVll JUUCU{ .'
WILLIAMS ed to them for professional- sen.iCcs: are quested to } sale at his Counting Room.over NO-p9Co..rt: : .e, I

iiiiI m TO NEW-YOBIi. the public, that she has respectfully. make an immediate scttlemct of the same. near Concert Hall, Boston,and also by blS speCIal ar Ipointmcnt
opened board.
iiigschdol in .. M. 'VIIITE.
: The and fast on l\I'Carty.strceL Tallahassee.
good schooner
sailing Daniel Her
Webster of instruction system BE.1\fJAMINF.COOPER. March 17, 1831. ( ) '
Captain LEWIS, and Delta Captain HOYT, comprises, rending, penmanship, Tallahassee, December 6th 1831. 16tf }) NR1N:.
englishramniar OR'WILS&
will run between this place and New- Geograghy, History; BdlcsleUrcs, ,B. F. COOPER .
York will
'SI c & ;lrnutun the composItIOn, French and 1xnbroidery.. She continue to practice at the DOLPH t I
present Btason. io premises o icc lately: occupied by White and associated themselves iDw
: Wl.lJL' FUR pay every necessary attention to the morals and Iiteratur Cooper. of-NEDICINE .. I
CJMs'E.iF -
practice offer their pofess
Freight or passage be secured by ,
may applica- of her pupils, and flatters herself SELLING OFF LO'V
that CASH'
those) I
? tion toMessrs Williams & Harriman New-York who may be intrusted to"herc.areTill rea1ie services to the citizens of Tallahassee and, itS ::
TBOUSANDBALES or to Joseph Ladd, at Magnolia.. sanguil1c expectations of.their parents and: guardian most: cinity. 1'heir office is the former banking I

.of' ',Priii e''Ootton: square N. B. January Hlth 1832. The schooner ChuCKS FOR nO.ARDItIlS,. &.ACB 'llXlsnUG HER.' OWN. I desirous tochnno. January Sd 1832. :::Vtu "..

Delta, is expected here in fifieendays Bed and-towels. ... . I- thcir present line vfrt".A.L0f f
4 be ptefcrrcd, ,it must be delivered in bedding ... eo .Si25, otf wholesale of hsmess, wilt lieU ]U4JSHAL'S SALE.- 1
January 17th 1832. 22tf For day schollars, such'as stdy Reading by or retail, their presto t stock of goods ah
good B'ggi gi. idonJer adeducuon will be writ 'Fieri .liveied, \
1 Dr n, of Fa.c.ia.uo
cipect- Penmanship 8tc.. .. .. .. .. .. consisting ofa.
I -Tbey.bakceitenslvcbous. : .s 'for'.taring potton, .,. ... .. ...5 00 of the general assortment-, iaiied to the consumption expose to safe on tInuiday.tlst day of.9townof 1

their Chargeii j cnts per. Bale (or the ICason, and SPOREAGE. &, Perquarter'f. . .. ..? gliahGrammar, Geography, C country, YIZGrccerleS'and _:- Q\fU1CYj.; GadsdC1 unty,t\Jlthepg.h! ., "
1 c ..S .. . e "... ... liquors; Dry.GooJII Forclgn and
if bCfflthC ) 0'.8 00 claim and interest of Sithtd0levied '
; ID"i1fy! T4eyvill make p\1rcluuer.ofJt ad1"l1DeeS on, rot no ton charge stored<
has recently erected a spacious build- January, 24th, 1832., 234w shoes, ,stings &c. Toethtr with it'" ,
them ror'hfpmentei'Jler to New-OrlcD.,,New.York ..i'' 80 by 20 feet 'n r nera) execution, in f.nor'of 1m Sanburn. Sale !
f;: f'rreceiving cotton and gOOds. assortment of provisic.ns. 3tt
1 hc1flett 111' B.-aton. .' hours prescribed by law. "

M3gb1i9, D cenber2Oth183l, 1tf St. Marks : TIMOTHY'M'CARTY.. B T.M3 OF ALL KINDS Fri ied', 'BLANK BILLS T. E. RANDOLPh n1asii&l, :
December21Lh 1831_, : J3tf.r. .udk4tfQralcat4bjnQffice.} t.,' ed : 'By A; A. FISBERj-d.'m. td
'. .. -. -. : .at thiS., QJfico1i. Februar.it4183Z, t5t .. ,

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