The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 3, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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before arrcrtru?orea are Pa'd. \ the physical power in her hands r t
,fdi, ,ernent.l".ill be consplcuou151y inserted at t It'dfttU ;'e the. result. A New England f they fear r

first ir.5l'r1.l0n, and
i uarefor the army, a New i
rs Jtt CfI1t.1 se ucnt contimmncrr All ad- England (commander with ,New England

', ,taudercd'a fo,rillh rb r continued until 1 forbid ulllessotherttrA "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." .,.. all united, appal' them. For perseverance this-

1- cause tfiey bang back.
. lI and communications to the m WWQ 1fatL ""* is only
< way
ettets *
nnst3rooe iTQ .ilgSiB to allay the" fears and
will not receive atten'd itdiLiiLC1 give them
r or they LCl Bi .AIPIPlTILSa nothing
I- be U.Q to
..(t, In>ust pro mm &tlB. complain of; and this can be done in no'other
( -
the countenance: inexpresMve but by
way appointing
; nor does a Southern
the of the it aid nut, but as he rat l'd himself his ton over this chief
fancy w fore
spectator. 1 hen all
/ 'I Y'-- : will) feel
p0 t" and shot fire te posts till they saw the
and .ussis secure
"I for eyes ; tha then all
:gazed omt'tmith: intense observing about will) n 0i to the standard.
interest not like practical: ji.kes he half a mile off walking to- will This policy ,
the horrid dared to blend P"
upon form A me do t us one mas, and
tropos, while that
My second had
my mind like The so contrived mas will
again. ma!- be
busied menace
was by natural not open m Via resistlessAt ,this Sam.
associations i amiable Adams
with Doctor
Painful eves; though it wa* I should know seemed
recollectiors, and plain was going ton far greatly moved.
gloomy thoughts. I but The duel, until the parties Thy talked over the urelitn
it were
was not
pleasant to be checked go-
turned suddenly lathe by nary circumstances;: and John
stringer; to break these threat before tog [and even then, had not informed asked his cou
so of the sin
dark many officers and to second his
r nflectioiwby the sound of voice ; no hit 'ere the principals motion. Mr. Adams
myowl1 dreami.i
1\\ hen the paleness of his face ; I !! of any thing beyond a trip up or a nd Ui took the floor and put forth all went
and the dew myself opposite the his i strength
on wrestle and youth whom
his forehead J ; a fall, Mich awe had often in the delineations ;
, alarmed me with the fear that he I j II other school giveneach ved, with a pistol in hand be had prepared, all aim.
at I my
rpOyTHBATt.i\T1C;: kOC'ENIR. was about to faint. I went up( to him once c. im, and I ; my ing at the adoption of the
felt He
caught him by I i I I more, and jerked j .ff hi- sick and giddy-all the army. wls;
n'A\CY.: the he cap He did ready to own the
arm, a sunk down his knees again. presence of mind I had army, appoint a commander
f:. ECKAKD upon ; and I'I j I not sop, but aiming a ;fiat ht, a violent was intent on making vote and ,
Df; FREDERICK ; lifting up his fate with closed blow sure to miss him. I heard the supplies proceed to business. Af.
eyes, the words
upon at bleat for
; which I "ready""pr ter his
.I'Jf play and Madness! J lashes of which : ; my was wholly .' -p eerh some doubted
ears unpie'i
[AChd "" quivered, he asked .' e if :!I pared, he knocked me down. } :-cnt. I raised my pistol with a careful 1 and some objected

r a crft\ourC''.'l to rN',3UIf I did not know hm, and if 1 could bear to look; i|i I was in.'tdntly slowness, and (according to the rules, when 1 His some 'feared.
picked tall
dim refrf shinmcmonca and to him. up by a vulgar had warmth mounted with
T lne I upon spat gotten the aim I I the occasion
,'ll1dl taint can f:1tlj- -j young man, u ho had lately joined: the designed) fired. In and to all these doubt ,
pn nr ; "Thsingle e t-artl} does regii that and hesitations
not moment
contain, said I, "a i j I ment by exchaiiiie in guilt, remorse, rage and despair .. he rAw
like the sunset<<. of plied, Gentlemen
: ,
.A ('bana too consequence some al- fell if this
being, whom as it
;1 upon I dare were, Congress will
me and
disdain to fair of \honor, ihhirh upon ; they have diveme It not
hue l> he had been adopt this
n3f: yountlossom'a look, or whon [ could not desire ''I engaged with ever since for i army before ten moons have
amidst the waning I hours to -peak 1 ; with his and who ; twenty long > : New set,
fJ captain / was a ready of years; England will
The with have
agent have
} chantybut, to one, whnrn I I found !! they held me in their cruel hands. a Congress of hi-r E
t'u.a"I'd "This[
o'er business said My ;
chance: must come you. he own, which will
gtd "can it
as you rere, when 1 entered, and\ from 1 II IIP'I 1 j i only he settled in one way and the hope shuddered as my finger pulled the fat al 1 ; undertake: the adopt and she, she will I

i",1"trln ,"nke pur early pleaMtrcsVlicn ', hose !lip"* Iheard tin hymn you have ju t en- 1 I better." sooner the trigger; I dared not follow the shot with ; struggle alone, yes, with a '

\ \ drt-atJ-.ik' and unknown ded, I would so ak at once as to a brother! in !I II I J ''a.4the around eyes: but 1 heard the fall, and fainted my the the strong arm and a clear conscience. will front
my eves to look for upon foe alone:'
Ia fc!!'xrtch'd beyond-a -1"I'ering morn best of bonJ-." ".\1as'!" replied the stranhad,I tilt; + }his .md him he earth. When 1 recovered my senses, I was Tins
up cap wawakiii!
f.6rethc dew has hwl1{ ; Her-"but I an not a Christian,-I am without !I bareheaded; ) and two brother : a"a}' laid) by the side of Arthur Hill upon the sand, E. had lr.t desired effect. They saw N. '

y )U can give us hack: tUl'111hl.d that hope; ye it u mouniful l pastime to me to hun-nne of whom I kne had en-ignN: following and be got my hand in his; and was looking at rdmib was not paying; ; and was not to be lay -

Tit P hantisiesof: youth, repeat that lo'ely song. I do it "ftl'n'ont.&nlly i i {ling: pi'tnl.... .\ little fellow<* who a had pair of dueli me kinder and sadder than I ever saw auy day n-as;fixed they agreed It to appoint a day. The !
il.r} smslunr from the bosom veilThe i as amerc only iota body on earth look, and few came. Mr. Adams i.
'\ .cn ; opiate; and while I listen cd f-w dasmd in a minutes with in went
j a was not took the ::
more than nfteen floor
rus:;cdncss of truth. to my mourniil voice, I am tranq-ulized, and !'' and to whom we had both been kind a hca'yi.dl; he died. Poor Arthur I I killed alter debate it tuped the measure and : : ; i
came bate him and I Pas ;ed. The
d and ;
please that I never been next thins
am- :< mirdirr.! t41 0, \ quite well since was t
ended j t'rtlonoual ho ; to lawful :
Tbnc risi''ns soon :up : 'run alt- him art a :
r not commander
for .t
1 ; this
certain Carted 1 say quite right. That : lawful
> Ifi t ; > WSN All
meOlwak, found looked
Tir! rnrrrnt, c If our after )'tars, mnnttrllek cute; till, as I looked upon hs! ti i "H! fooli-hni'ss! : : why it w.- only jilay till} he out in hi was Arthur's desk; copi ed .dams on this occasion and to Mr. ,. t
sad tmn-h. own hand, and ;
YOI. wearr losers s'!,ill; penitent had fallen on his hove: i j jot vexed; and that w.is your fauli; end 1 j friends sent it I tom lIe took{ the floor, and was ready. I .
am two
-Il'ntn.I tf'< him to rise, and years ago, to comfort me and it does went into a minute de .
r-. ,,'ul.11w"1! -t*'* tlio mnfl'IlCC+ come into thtfiirr, }: : he i* >nrr}'-let u. ail njr, ee to noth- for lineation ol the character ;
evil thon 1t, open air, that h If. ,
'fht': l\"n..1110 1'' Ill! ai! 'out it at ines -and to keep i it fiom ihe good stowed on him the .

i ,!i.-J..', at ilt'u price helped to raiv him up, 1).1, sir-very. epithets which, then, be .- t
n,1. kn'" : heavy "iiyin: you -nnnut\ t te Colon-1.) longed to no else. .
Y ,. hu llt. a mertd:1rly murdr :r; whatever von htv lone 1CI cI ;Such I saw plainly that his. reason hadnrvcr] hoc' one At tho end ,f thisu- j
( : was the thought of the artless hit n logy! Iv' said, but: thi is :
perfectly restoicd not the
look I
uponou more, in than but! I strove to console man have
pity in him "
an that he had chosen :
!:c r. man's wisdom He '
I then ,
A.,1.! "> inji 'h. 'Cn11eSt Confession mean not f with the only consolation that went into a dtlineation
lit'Our of.
Alienee is a duty, it i j.> theonlv '11'11 t of such men with thereis for such{ the t
awere commandcr-in-Lliicf
J.M, rntrV o'erllte trnvr. us then: lor a :sorrow, or for such as
npiration; which you can make to the r tall friend my any other; and 1 prayed for was required \
by jhe
\ 11 Ii' 11\1+ _\\n:;' '-" :' "( tnncrvQ broken! laws of man. To'the'iolatcd} laof I him ao_ .:ng blorklead,! a-d him, and.alio'd with him about, half mile, peculiar! situation of the c-oonie! + at that .4':
bade him
'l'I j r.'t'i\'in !I wilJa, t11'! wn'c, of 1'c. j hold his lion ensc; and remember a house \\11'.rl' hv lived juncture ; and after h,; had presented: the
a Higher with his
cer you can make t but 1 that : uncle, a Country qnalnication -
none officer.vveie :
; not in lug
,. :>
isha1 -! (
hool-hoy Po I
p s Wf 'ltle T!!cep think ifonfh nKiti with strongest language .
there is room {for mull *riven
cutance. who :: J
He told
r1ro I that of the property the > :
slowly seven reasons ibr i
5'fli\* ril'ii s-quc--ter'd elwt} personpCMnt' : ll/-re i m that he the nomination ,
and 1 was : was t his ho
-c, :: led him out and seated him n+'phct+, ringed about the was "hout. J
', on a but one peace-maker: he i i.- to make, IK said-u i
a chid! Had I park: of ; Gentlemen t
pmh in ( 1'.rIJhtou. I know '
tho i
hadc' these
restthus :- '. No ; itneighboring $
said !
he '
he but \'iilages.'iUItC .
am no to tlie! Colonel) ; irualiiiration ,
) : :gone : <+u any of the :' .. arc high, but
COUMIOU "llJrlerc'ror seniorofficers + unmt.\ ; d and irmlf.-s.; we all know the
it That[ l
was mine own faiiiuiar therwould not have litsel me needful at thu Y ;. f I
been .ri.i i
;, y goof tl l olrMren,! I friend tin I :-lew; and) though; the law of I sonic woith' and wisdom to stand wanting: dom spoke to any one, and that he was mu h Does any one +, in thi chief. ., ,;,_

jl "W'l"o: ; t"""* r' d'i mt rkc (ll"iaven was broken, tlo-n! laws between the] Mirpnscu at l.i-, having related to inn the cd in say they nre not to t J-e ot-.Hm- ti
called! the.r
; tin-: ; boys and ralanlit As it tCrj'of the I .1
rl'rvl''Ii: :; : ,t ,'rllm! glnch (ltd "oul lair of honor } wa'I'm his meljuichoily( but that it'a country reply, they are, thry
were lot! and I am free, and both! in UH' hlrnl, .. oi war kcd and! He quite true. in one of our reside :
: hav'e been these unrea.onablemen } hau left the army instantly arid had own body, and he ithe ,
:1n twenty years, : -both the dull and nev cr person whom I
piosivc: Blares been able now nominate
: l ;; ", of a to settle his mind to :1n'lhin George 1\-;:.=b. '
Ijscry travtM'rce cruel) custom. since; g t'm of Virginia." ,
Ye,' hkV tnucicsWc.'t but devout, ;
!n ; ; was'pry and
Through! the wh1.1.3ol'th.." :lIy tall friend! ; veryhumtle and Washington .f
A Zej.Lvr! from: theljalmy d\\vn, went homo with rue to my: lowly. And who sat on Mr. '\.damm .
'i: nothing *
m.Jcr find ever him right
; I pave so much hand
you, rep'ied "it:9 i in n bat k-ruum and wa
wrote > looking: him :
T'< :ah.. tlc! non/-I! iv'i"a'4 du.'I lhat kdled: challenge, which Icopkd romtort as to meet and talk with Christians intently in the l face to
you +\ friend. -'b\ so"he watch the
your 'cn scarce knowing what 1 did. He when he felt well name he was about ; J
carried to
Th' fiMwinrUsi'iil' i t !'iv'i-' ) f..uml"ytlicMansaw 1 an we.:, I d, ") uu shall hear my strvy-if you it hmi.-elf and was long 'nolh.' : hut he had views: awl I not expecting it announce ; .
away-how as would
buy himself be his
,..: 10 tbc J junub.n* pw'kl': o t"a cclcbj-atcd, .ire .isornf..I man, I shall make /our sun o\v were my hopes; during! that il1h'f\'al-hc and concerning which : that were very qloomy, spnangfrom( his seat the own, he j

:::1- 1.glit:, oy comparison, :: if ', t.wi l make will no one had been a''>le to dissipate. he rushed moment he heard it, W
; you are lapp) an apology mcthou:,ht, he will do This was the traveller's into an adjoining room )i.
.0- acquaint[ jou with thoights:!, which it thing rather than any !s-tory. I will not as though as qui kly
grave meet m('. The 1 mischief-} anticipate:: the reflections it moved by shock! of electricity. ; !\

11 l.v<- 1' y,JI.trlr, may \not l.irm you 'o ulh'rtau.Hthur maker at last returned-he brought no note, ken. cannot fail to a va- Mr. Adams had asked his cousin Sam. : :

1 uI.M'.J y m !..s a thnU..tlh1. tiro" Hill and my-rlfwive school-fellows vernal consent to meet m('. "1 move for a.i adjournment to :
never! saw n soon the
In ,,11'1 my iv+tcs 'tu-as hinted: clenrlyly -clcuds!, ] ; wo lived in ih(' aine county, within sorbs\ fellow." said the wretch, who had v jl- From the P'rjonn;! D.ulllnrtise.'l'-- r was madf, ii; order to pive members nomination .

Awl sa.drxl in a .c+v guiles lit .,cd otlu-r and Patriot. time
( "ti:- my rhymes.V (! and our intimacy un'eercd to be to delibcratf
s-ccond in
my "knock :
.. i1-om ,, ; a man Vnnc'cdote: connected with the private. They did de-
f"'Qu.r 1 .t" our -''' appointment libprate
J rnk tour; ryes: are viry blue, feclu-cFm the arne chai-e- to and fro to down and then offer him an apologv! why of General Washington to the and the rc-uSt: is before the"world.

command I '
: ..avtlln: d'Me: little feet, ofike like ; moreover wo wee Hill would both be turned out of &en-ice-he of the Army, June 16 a ked l1r.dams, among other ; !
age taste and 1775. ques!
read) tions
I..3 v iu've winn'.n 1 the same for offering and lor ** the following. :. :
1 : :; \cyvithynu, clays, we were both you accepting:: it. I would.! In a : Did you never doul-t '

n.j.i i.' yon 1 know, sWeet la Jy.:Mary, younger sons and tbougfc l :jjive Ill)" life," I replied, "to avoid I this meeting \ on'mL'r manuscript Journal, under date of f the success of the conflict" No : .
receiving 4th no
a ,
Y ,'t':rr very, very \"isiontry1II : I general education, we were I iJth\ if it were pus.ible.-''Well, said second 1625, I find a record (';f a Sl'flconversation he, not ro.r" moment, I i
designed fur expected '
the my to
; had
( -! f'O'e army. Hill in it i is not with thc venerable John l | be hung and .
in lovevith! me! with his own choice compliance I possible: however it i-i a pleasant tind Adams, at that time q>irirtererf, if I was caught hut 1 :

1\i tOrt' "lad ifit, I'l.i sure, and I, because my mother{ sale duel for you. for after receiving shot relative to I ho appoint- no matter for that, my country would be free ;p;
ment or Gen.
U if Am''h: -n v:,f'U arc not 1't-h yui see, red w.ipromised it.At a commission for me, and desi: he'll l of couise !lre in the air and make your his i apology stance asf f follows Washington.:_ It wes in subI knew Gen jo III could not forge! chains long; .:t;

t-I you know-I'mm- j t.or. ; but to the puough and h 'it
ixtccn go ground he must: and 1 The strong cuon_ to reach round
'T's tnlt ;!b.: I t andrivi a tn"Jcm, we both received our appoint you need: not be uneasy army was assembled at Cambridge, these statt',:." rc t!

'Tic true tint: Icon tin n s-.nnct, ments, and I shall not forget, till I die, the I I him!" "Perhaps: I nay poihnpsyoii mi.ts : bun!"may itir miss A'l 1 1la; -s. under Gen. Ward, and Congress was -
*True leave the )U"" at random, glad and affectionate expression of I Hill's I I sitting at Philadelphia. Every day arrived THE ";
"why would!, not fire at lJ hurt COUNT( DK> MITT .
"tt !h.'n sit. tenance, when' he un-I I101'\ a hair l new applications in bs half ;"
)uldtudy, to that or
I w \tz! (yon t.>U me so) divircly, and I found that our commissions, .1'on 'I country were urgent that Congress should 1 Some tin W\RSAW. .
were dated '
replied Ill mentor- the adopt :a ao, there

I I.U'HV the!; color fir' a clove, the sane day, and were iu the same r egiyou must)not call out you a man are and make challenger; the army ; for until they had, it must beonly Journal, a paper entitled appeared. This; Fair the Court ; :

I ih k I ,?uu.r (don't I?) fiiiolly, : ment. a fool considered, nnd was in law considered oftwhirh F"nari> f '
of him, and a mockery of duel} dt.-f.si'od! the j.
Au-l l I'm :hc dcurc at making}love 1 he which a nnd} expect as a mob, a band of principal{ incidents L
corps we armed
; were attached rebels. The"pe in the {life of :
was! staa i couple gentlemen to a celebrated! !
En: t-'iis) j" l1'\t (excuse me) tinned at bandtown Fort I ; stand looking on i a- country was placed in woman, the Coun
money the '
in Isle of of tess Potorh/i
Tight j secondsat such whose ;
a :
(Alhnirllicy) give f.rllOus and land,) -and joined together in tLe I'i piece of. Chickenheartedof' culiar delicacy and danger. The beauty w-s admired 1)1) '
early: >pring :: No struggle throughout Europe! and :
that t
AuJ wcmuea: in ma'rit+ lb.- ; he :rielld ;j -no- will never do. I had[ begun, and culogi i'F" : by tho ,
ony hip we had fornn-d yet every tiling I
: was at loose principal
at school i j i feel fir dear f follow but writers of the .
1' Iwc 14 tii'i'lierlitcail you my honor is i at ends.! The I day, esp roily the
1101' honey, strengthened trial
: every hour, and those great now seemed to be 11'rmcc d, Li ,
oil iccrs.take.: It i io; sad in : ;:ne. T his J t
i i V.M "j"l--re .in 1! who I I : a annoyance, but it can't; be tins; question} -Who should I : lody's firI !husband 1
were our seniors in tank I be the '
and life commander-in- was Count j
do n
never I helped lam Itt descendant
-- a I
-- wanted engaged jut to supper, and I chief t It was ; of the
some pleasant kind exceedingly important and I j Grand:
.h ? he or word for us. shall not go to bed all nigH t, ,o I shall! be withthere felt to be the was Pen-ionary of Holland ; and] a son, .
: : i
lvNi.iIL.l& boy-, we called hinge on which the I who .
; 4x4 were + vva- the fruit
i f had a though you in time. Five is i the hour, you need notr turn for night of this: union is the res*tiC i
i none others the against us. The Southern Count
--a de
in and Witt I
regiment; u the hurry about I who commended
l".n any thing, have pistols." !Middle : one the
i t II i. pot States .f
e ers Wreath. wend and
/ : warm
"my i boy said the commandant The heartless wretch left rapid+ in their zeal, corps of the Russian Army in the 1
alone :.ror .
THE[ DUEL. 'our buy.-,' :aid the officers) : and thenll'ncau' ht troubled bewild'-red me- the most part, were jealous of New Ei.g- tho Poles M the campaign against .}
early of
+ -almost out of land age -;\tC'ca
C sen- because
Ey1re ""i'l orofitRicoUrctioia s tjthe Peninsula.! it-and th, good people ol the small town se&.-I walked about room I sat my down I force they felt that the real physical he became Colonel J of one of the Empt r.r'a I t j
my ; was here. } .
neatly all knew "the buys who What, then, was to be done ? regiments of C ; l I
l111e : rassier. .
: were down The
titllneinr tdiichiiij:; narnitive is related! generally lay on my bed. 1 was in a sad co nfu- All New England Count's p ili a!

f'v i atravt-licr who vi I 1 I together-never far apart. Hill was thnion: of { adored Gen. Ward 1 ; he tary caree was impeded by a difference : ;
"IUM! one of the old :.othi thought. My brain was wearied of had been in the wl-icb I
hansome French J
: hurrh., In tlj" .orth of r.nyland.i i- I!l youth in the corps, and though ev- .I itswoiking.; 1 fell asleep-I awoke at four out laden with war, nnd had comeholar arose between the Grand Duke Constant e, '\;

:4htd atcry wa/ his inferior, I was not without laurels He was a s : { atjtbe period of the battle' of
promise o'clock and Austerlitz. '
oa cnli.tr He
p. pall ut the' iuiildinn! 'i ; got a light, washed and dressed and a gentleman. :
by to the All the i
: qualifications then retired into :
tieanua.: eye.and
o ;i v uP.< c Itauttng a subli'M,- my.-elf. My servant, whom I had roused, ed to cluster him seem- private life, and married the t
It in
beauti'u1 !1"lln.--. l Hc .tol} tlitx ,ir'.cr-eus, I I,I was upon a hot sultry evening i in the Blared at me, and asked if I was unwell, I believed the ; and it was confidentlysaid daughter of Princess Lubomirska, who t,'
| :] month could
)August t that army not receive him : i .
.ol1t 'Oi'e, (:"'.Isf'd, and I .,alki'd enilv Torormi a small group of t thejuv "a little so." \light he fetch tho Doctor mander any combrought happiness as a compensation fopglory. '
,:: over him. 1
ruor officers What then I
vardnj, I were idling the sands was to bestep .
upon then?
'.li' wan )1d i! ear -"No.
< c' life done {
| ;;11.',,; > isul .ubr h onlo-cda. leaning, : athe i:I i' ort, and Hill and my-elf were of ttiuohly e par- The only comfort I could find make The Difficulties thickened at every In 1812, he was restored to the confidence HI

:r : vuy: i IIY. llilfhad got on a new f or was struggle was to be long and bloo dy.- of the Emperor Alexander I
1rJ.JiIJI'nt.I foraging which j in the resolution in the snort I
ii i louK'tii! : up at Itile: tdi'y l with i'I cap to fire wide of the mark; the W ithout union all lost. and .
ttr' 'ill .., was; very becoming to him, and 1 was : was Unionvas space of six weeks be levied tbe '.:l
,1 l t. I quiz01} heart on estates ot
"i, vxiiifttd: a tear that: I prayer my could breathe was the strength. The
was and
: !"J'.iii'h: ,. t ined and looked at I ZUlu him about his vanity* ,-from *,vlu rh, of fervent wish that I might it well. must country whole coun- the Countess, his mother, four regiments of '
me with i : try come One
li 1'"lii'ul; a truth, never was a J oath more free 1 manage pulsation must b'eak Cossacks, at the head of
'tf l l"w\, ho as well "All's well that ends well I whom be fought
uu would said to all hearts.
read through
h ; myself; The
t. mycoun II knrvv.( I was in exuberant! cause was one, and valliantly in the I"J
rt of
spirits and I ) campaign the
; ii"ih i it w-i<; my mluncror\ my .. only we shall be friends again at breakfast as if the arm must be one. The members same year.Durinrr .- .
joking-bllt others had the
tllian I French
1 > i'tlttccil.' \inihim. \ I know not, but'I made the being present, perhaps nothing had happened.: Arthur loves Hie, talked, debated, considered and the 0 campaign of the s::me :
!II joke unpleasant to him. He yet deIcnzth- During tho
: year.
I Po colored and I him be
) better campaign
'urt 'posit, and) did a.31 than all others cisive had 1 *aa:
not, f
step not been i
ej 1 !tic! 1ntglt: haw d ar-I and looked grave:!; and I thought that he was a I wanted taken. At successively raised to the ranks of General of
some minutes five when Mr. Adams
<.n-! (Mote to came to his i
U1oattlln: away. little out of humor, and deserving to b e shamed odious second arrived my conclusion, and the Brigade and General of Division. On the'
th-re with his of
L'OlltlTrl'tit is ; manner
a of : pistols: developing it
"tiltaalV group into u better temper. was nearly as folbefore- conclusion of the :
Reckoning peace,
on in EmperOl
tt'JreSt'utIl1IT.. the Fates, the my ped a handkerchief.e exchanged lows :H was entrusted
)little j I h': figures a I.j I. f, expereincc: at school I walking one morning to him the command
equent of all the "
am .
t.r: than Mire but a few words. military colonies .
iii'. (sis it is comm.)..Iy! very But as we walked; to Congress Hall, apparently in '
utb seen : 1 should soon bring back his handsome deep thought, founded near the
+ t smile Caucasus.
the He
... l1nle : he said impart '
orm cudver ground, "this will "hen his cousin
unfeelingly, not
; y finvly itui i vine rl. j I went Samuel Adams, came to ed to them all the
c tho ac..ordingly bantering I
: on; was in be activity which is the distinctive
\u-opo..lJa\'e a pistol two coffee him and ,
for! kind of said .
a Tearful l subh of ; one, a What is the
rmty : t olish niind uttered topic with trait: of his
"Jett. ) absurdItIesandlauHhed you character
ln many duel! own and he
but watt
j foot of Clotho 1 is I a very harmless one, I'll answer for this morning, cousin ?" ,
Shull resting on a I the while Oh, the the rewarded the
all ,
; couvnls ively.tstoul. army by favor ot his He ,
and i it Sovereign.
prcr, it ( my younker, so need not look ," he .
her firmly as on u fur, you so pale. army replied. "I am determined
"Woe hearts what commanded
hillr to light -they forerun a division io the
: noon our J Jall. blood war against the/
) thick l.raid8iiscloBe, My run chill as he spoke, and 1 felt to do about the .
811(3( meets to her; face t : f ." At lat finding my words bad not terrified. army at Cambridge" hnned e con Turks and powerfully aided the success of t
bcn.Mth produced ti "
bJUt her head : the chin. A fillet is bound the effect! I intended, I caught him playland I am determined to go into the hall) that campaign. In consideration of his exertions ;
ihv4 this
; expression ofhercounte- wait and "Every crime I morning, and enter on a full detail I of the which
iUlte! i, ully about lhe lifting materially contnbuted to .
to Has in bring
the a
solemn ,
nd moment of its state of the .
t cold preparation Colonies
the rind's off ; with a calm action the back of h a head, tipped off his cap', whichfcll Its own in order to show the bout the recent capitulation of Warsaw, the u''
the avenging dark absolute
thread angel misgivings, need
of human ; (
k life. taking decisive
Byfigure the and. He some stePs.Emperor has
side released from And appointed him of
upon omnious the
u myjrasp sinking at the inmost heart." governor
uropos My whole aim
{ over whose will be induce
cud whole for Congress to 'olish Capital. ;
petulantly his
an.dtit.oopang bade We
cap, proceeded in
la.C''th.e silence to the stands. It
wd severe i sculptor has thrown rugged me not to do it again, in u manner rough, and was a dull misty appoint a day for adopting the army as the The appointment of tbe Count de Witt ts
Hill and his
indiiFereiice. second
morning legal
; of
Hcr hair i is loose I bad ; army these United! Colonies o North so important
tnSesire and : as I thou"ht rude, never seen him in were already there. a post, and under such critical
v uLk)f in Its folds In Hill's joined mine, and America ; and then to hint at election of circumstances
; n ma cu- such mood before-a my a
a touchy circumstance must
>tud of
they conferred prove a source conga<<
.oartlclili a little I that ,.
: attitude she! holds the fatal which ill had a moment's reflection together. hoped commanderinchief.V ell," said Samuelbut lotion to the friends
**>" would the duel of the unfortunate Polish-
ready to lo! might yet be averted; I longed 1 to run Adams, '*4 like that
Chit cousin John
PL sive, thread of 1 life; im- have made me stop m) folly, for I well knew over to Hill where he whom ; on nation, and must remove all apprehension air.
sd thouh it should was walking up and have you fixed as this commander ?" to: the
; be twin- his fine disposition, his real generous and loving down about fate which the reserves
w'f ** conqueror
thirty from and I'll
Lt.2 IP.H t oie* or ortb or fame, or nature but I was beside myself; I laughed him to heart. yards me, to press tell you-George Washington, of Vir- her. DC wilt is a Pole by:birth. His fol''J'J
hopes( my The delay rose from Hill'sshould finis, a member of this "
or best boose. "
I1e ae two affections. Upon louder than'ver, stole again behind .him, and second not chftostng that Ohf") replied might also have been considered a Pole, hav 1
t.Ctlg figures the genies oflloubilia a offnis Whether meeting Samuel Adams, quickly, that will neis married of tbe most ; '
again pushed cap. it; was the actually take one distinguished nobleman

1+4c .**toJnve, cxljH.j,ied its-:if;; for hal HI ueHttaused'bybtoopi.g, that wound I up his ness to give place till a surgeon was in readi- ver"do. never, never." It must do,, it shall} of that nation. The Count wife is '1 Jl:
a that be ; | du.
eed. said
detached any succour may n John and for these !
the attitude uouieuoiug, ai,h ert or som? n./stuioiw impulse I J kuow Tho 1 groufld"as pleasured but they did cot gouttaro aid Middle, << States reasons> ; the also a member of an Illustrious Polish /amily. 'fi i.
are Se
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':mt 1' their < influence on 'his conduct. The f fry sound and abundant; the 'public debt' of I tinners, brass-workerajclock makers,dwich makers that :now-there"ftre'-only five;:' Is it-agitation' The following is"ai efJr'

j .; Count ilWill possesses too much :generosity. two wars nearly rcdesmed; and, to crown all, I tallow chandlers- tracefaakere, rope makers, cork that'did.thaft. "Is agitation that is crushing letters ,oPWillfs) ; noft''h?iag'' -

of f. c1ui;: t ,) view, without emotion, t be!i mis- the public treasury overflowing, embarrassing I cutters, tobacconist-; whip makers, paper 'makers, every trade' subject t;cxciseregulatirins. If New York Mirror. Our .reade ".,

1 fortune oft, nation worthy a better fate ; Congress, not to find subjects of taxation, but I'umbrella makers, glass blowers, stocking.weavers' t distillery, trade, which employ* such immense ber a beautiful account TagHcun:. .
'h buttermakers saddle ..
harness makers cutlersbrushmakers
nnd it may: be confidently hoped, thnt ho will to selectthe objects which shall :-be liberated I I ,,book binders, and ,. dairy: men'milk'far, capital, is kept, alive; I a"k;, was not dancer, ,in tbe Gazette

: sparo nq endeavors; to alleviate the misery of from the impost. mers, blacksmiths type. founders; irmstcar instru. its extinction prevented by agitationIf trade WiHis lathe description? belong! ,

idividiiaN ; of whom he has long been cither This transformation of the condition of the ment makers, basket makers, milliners, potters, i is declining and commerr e diminishing in Ire- picture quite as vivid and almost_ al >..., ,

the friend or: tho :111)'. 'country from gloom and distress to- brightnessand chocolate makers, floor cloth makers, bonnet ma- land, can the fault, I ask, be attributed to agitation tic. '":.\!;;.

The author of the Journal of a Nobleman,' prosperity. has been mainly the .. k of kers, hair cloth makers, copper si'iiths, pencil makers 1 Look, sir to the annihilation of I went last night to the French. (

4 .Ar who wa* intimatelv acquainted% with tho Count American legislation! foster -" bellows makers, pocket book makers, hair the glass trade. But I should detain you the! i see the first dancer of tho world. :*"

a dftY I tt, spe-aks of him, in his work, as n'' dustry; instead of allowing, -I k loth makers, copper bock smiths, pencil makers, bcl-! entire day if I went through every branch of digious enthusiasm about her all!! c Ter
nakers t book makers card n'iagin -
man distin t ;!ui.-thcd for honor: am) generosity by foreign legislation, cherisdustry. ,- i..akcrs, mustard,makers, lumber saw-: business that is suffering IreUnd ; but is it had of course, raised my expectati,Q-1

To the uirh.ir of that jritrret'n-' : publication The foes of the Amorlin L. makers, scale beam makers, scythemaI'ii.wood not agitation: that gives us the hope of being highest possible pitch. "Have 'IOQ
I notice.Ve 'I 1824 with boldness able redress it hear and cheers !] Was Taglioni i is the first *
( we are indebted fir this: brio! great saw makers, and many others.! The to [ question addre8e4
. trust it will have; the effect of (calming the np- predicted, 1st. The ruin of the p cbpnics) enumerated enjoy a measure of pm tec- it aoitation: that caused starvation in Con- stranger: in Paris; and you hear h*

I pro.hen.iio.i of those whom: generous sentiments 1: uue and the creation of a necessity on adapteil to their several cnndition'arying naught last year, in the very mfdst: of plenty, constantly over all the hum of the caj {r" '

Mill attach to a c--we now desperate, I: direct taxation. The gentleman I frf' rom twenty to filly per cent. Tfie extent an im- and in a part of Ireland where tierc hns been crowded resorts of f hion. The
4 but upon winch it '.s impos ible) to rell'ct'ith- 'arolina, (General Ilayne) I helieve-ught ''nprtance I ol some of these artizans tH1ne.r may be curriers estimaPd I less agitation than in any other, as if for the overflowing. The king and his

r:: out dH.'ri..hin. the hope ot a future worthy of j that the taritfof 1824 would: operate |boot by and a}few shoe particulars.makers, an other The workers, in hides,, purpose of giving the lie to the assertion family were present; and my Co<

so imieh past glory and present heroism. tion flf levenue to the largo amount skins I and) leather, propuce an ultimate value per [hear t] Was it agitation tint caused this po nted out to me many of the nobilitY; ,* ,
mill-on dollars. 2d. The de. circumstance which I state the author- names and titles have been
London Paper. I tn ; annum of forty luillion.ofdollars; the manufactu- upon made fanril".
our navigation. 3d. The desolationj 'r- i rers of hats, ami caps produce an ultimate value ity of the first. salemaster iri Ireland, Mr. our ears by the innumerable private .

# ,% !:.\tra ted from the Journal of anobleman, j I! mercial cities. And tho The a'igmctationof' of fit teen millions; the cabinet makers, twelve millions William Turphy, that before the Union, as autobiographers of the day. Ole'alld Ahet
at the fonaross of Vienna.' the price objects consumption: and fur- ; the mnnufa''Jurcrs: bonnets and) hats for>> thei many head of cattle were sold 'n Smithfield as little introductory piece, the kln,1

$L _.. ---- :j th'r decline in that; of the arti'-les of our exI .i l female sex, lace: artificial l flowers, combs &c., se- there is at present [hcarj; hIt that not one as soon as toe cheering' -was over-1(1:(
---------- ---- the
= five J
I I made :! vcu millions; and thc manufacturers of glass, out of 1,500 are slaughtered'here' that there! I drew for Le Dieuet la
: ( .1 ports. i very prediction which they up Bayadere
: 4 i Jt& Cat i 'S $* 1'1' '. J r It0 ; millions. 'Ii
\ !I. -.- ---;-.- ..---- --- --::-: j has failed Instead of the ruin of tho public i I It extends to all lower Loui:>hna, the Delta were before( that period. What has been the is the piece in which Taglioni! i js not rat.

:p l' REDUCTION OF DUTIES.I j revenue, with which they then sought to dtr of which} might: as well be submerged againin ron cquence of this ? Not a least of these} I She takes thepartofa dnucinggiri or

I ;' us; irom the adoption ol the American system, i; the Gulf of !Mexico, from which it has been could be slaughtered that the ofM ol it would I the Bramah and an Indian Prince are

I SENATE. 1! we are now threatened with subversion, by I Ii a griidual conquest: as now to be deprived ofF not afford good coarse and chcapfood for six- I cri'smourcd; the former in the disUte!

'I". The Senate; resumed the consideration of.I the va-t: amount of the public revenue produced the protecting duty upon its great staple.It ty individuals Ihear hear.] man oflo" rank at the court of the Jefer.(

. I the fallowing rcsolu: ion r-ubmitted by Mr. I by thJtstCII1.. Every branch of our I I at1i'cttile cotton planter himself, and the Thus are they taking that elsevhere which search of some: one whose Inve forhina
";, 1 was the food of the Irish pecnle [hcai ].- be disinterested. The
has iucnasl'd.s to the deso'ation : poor disguised
(; L \ Y. navigation: : tobacco plantei both of whom enjoy protection. god
, Was it agitation did this I No, it was the in winning her affections, and '
: : Uesolved That thrt existing ditics uponat ofonr cities, lit us take as an example, after tc

teles imported from I foreign>> i cgnitries, and ,I the condition of ilio largest and most commercial I Ihe total] amount of the capital vested] in agitation of Castle corruption was Caslleroagh devotion by submitting for a while '

f," .,, not mining into ,'Olflj1!tiIi with uimil:1r articles I! af all them, the :great Northern capital ...hcep. the land to sustain them, wool, woollen suicide agitation [here and loud checis.] resentment of his rival, and by apr .

,; : made or produced within the L'mlud :I 11 h.ivc, iii my liiiiiil-" the a>se>sed 1 value of real I manufactures; and woollen t fabrics, and the I see our fields teeming with hrvt.sts-l: behold caprice in favor of a singing girl, who ace

States, ought tbo f forthwith: abolished, except I estate in the city of New Yt'rklrom 1 1S17 I j jI I II .subsistence of the various persons directly our plains covered with fat attIc, and in panics her, he marries her, & tnen sara
: I 1S31. This'atlH i canvassed contested j I II our markets the living pork i is abindant. But from the flames she is
the duties! on Wines and lilies! and they ought I. to or indirectly employed! in the giowthand manufacture as about to be bu ,
I be reduced. I scrutinized, and adjudged: i II)" the proper swurn : of thr article of wool, i... estimated atone what becomes of these I Tie harvest is for marrying:: out of her caste. Tadionis

t. to HeolveJ, That the Committee on Finance !' authontlc It is, therefore, entitled t. full hundred and :sixty-seven millions of lol- cropped, the cattle are sold, and the pork is is all pantomirie. She does not speak
; hill :cortihigly.: J cre cnce. During the first term, commencing lars:, and the number o persons at 150,000.To exported for the benefit of the English, and the play but her motion is more than ar&uJa
t a report. a with I8i7 arid in the of the the profit of the absentee landords [hear Her first
"Mr. i il i AYNL proposed) the i following modi- ending year [ be Coiititwtd.] appearance was in a troop ,
E heat ,to ot the .evolution! : passage of the taritf of 1824, the amount of and cheers]. I see all this, and I ask, ought Indian dancing girls; who perform before

and ihe \"all1lur real '.ctatl.'as.," the first year, The. f following extracts are passages of a .., not Ireland to be miserable ; for has she not I Prince, in the public square. At .
$tr,k" out atci: the word "countries, I a
$ that th $ i7,799, 135, ald, afh'l various icluutions in spexM h which \Ir. j'Connell delivered at' lost the protection of a domestic Legislature I from the vizier, a side pavilion 0
inscir; as follows t \ : : be so reduced, t t amount opened,
I intermediate .settled down Dublin the 1st ultimo before( the Iri- h (continued cheering}? But it is said that
of pii'die revciric shall ho aullicient] to the I period: it ; i at on agitation thirty or forty bayaders glided out to%
!; d'frathp. of the government according I I, $5"vI9..73'xhliiltmga (h ('rca.\.', in seven :National:: : Council, at a Metropolitan! meet- is increasing, and I am even accused) and commenced an intricate dance. [\f

\ t->)> th."ir expenses present! scale: ;alter the payment I years: of .79 ',705. During! the fu.-t! :t year in u". of being the mainspring of it. I certainly i were received with a tremendous round
; : I of 1 lS2o, uft.-r the passage; of the taiiii"; it ios( That Ireland! i is one of the finest countries am an agitator ; and ill I am sorri; for is, thatI applause from the audience;but withtheexe.j
If'1) and that allowing
: of'e! pul.lif'! ( ; : a reasonable I
t ti no for the gradual reduction ofthc' prs -- I and gradually ascending throughout the whole upon the face of the globe ; the most t fertile I ('..nnot agitate more. I mase no apology lion of a little more elegance in tbe four ,i

eru) hijih duties on the ar'ieles ('Oai11! in I I ol the latter period of seven: :: years, it unaiiy, inISol arid tie! most abundant, and) yet that herpopulation I fur being an agitator hut I do .u for not agitating )led the dance they were dressed nearly aiiJ! .

competitio: i with similar article. made ul" ]10-: ,. I rcarhL'J tiie: ;astoiiisiiiMg: II'iht: oi $0'<5>- arc sufTi-ring and in want, are facts enough [here: and lauqhtor]. I imeverknew and, as I saw no particularly conspfcu*

du ,(.cI! within tip United Sate, the duties :be !! 710, i.t5uw.! if it be said tat:; tin's; rapid; that miijt be admitted.Vo :see her citiesshrinking I. in the history of any natbn, of any one figure: I presumed that Taglioni had not r).

: ; ullimntelv equalized that the duty on no I I gi (.)\V1l: of the ci'.y of: '{'wrfllk.ao' the fl'iM-t; into town-* ; we find} her towns hlessin of freedom, or advantage bcstcUed appeard. 1

aitii'le! -hall, as compared: with the',11tH' I Iy Ui' lri:im onimerre, then it was not correctly! dwindling into villages, ; rid behold her agricultural upon the people, that was not wrung fro;\ The splendor of(the spectacle bewilder

: of that article, \'nl'ml1l'rialh'. : from thegeneral predict; "J m! I-1- !, thai the lariii; "'nul.! de>troy population the worst::: provided! f for of their rulers! by agitation ; and how am"l then me t for the first moment or two, but I preset:

f.I\'crag-e"' !I f Jf'i ign ou.ncrce: ana de-ol it"t our roInhII'rcil any other in the world [hear !] If I go to : :an agitator? for the advantage Ireland hear. found my eyes rivcttcd to a childish create'

I : Mr( t LAY rose and addressed the Senate i ; c ties. If on die contrary, it be the effect: Lnglanc, which I shall do the week after Iwxt. 'I I Then we will insist upon a proper Reform Wiling about among the rest, and taking

:" gubMantially r as follows: i iI of m mteinal I I trade, then I internal: I tade: ( cannot beju.iK and 1 an sorry for it, I shall find in the p.'I! 'I bill for Ireland; OIKJ too, containing the domofratir for some beautiful young elre makingherfirsessays

'!| chaigciujle; with the evil consequences there {r/o circumstances: attributed as the principle, as much of it, at least, as in the chorus, I interpreted ho'r
\i President C1trao.rJ
nieeuiimen expressedby
In : r. ;
I, :: ::1 I a the'honorable) entieman fnun :South: aro- !j i imputed) I tn It. '. h.. tinth is;, it is t!;f j joint (:f- ses of tho misery of I Ireland. The first o,"' the Reform Bill for England (hear). I have dinnty: fascination as a triumph of nature: ott
f 'J' these i i. u the of the people. Never : heard the English Reform bill: to
i K't ol both riiici.It'>, tiic: domesiiiadutiy ignorance. : objected as taste and
j in the my unsophisticated
"" lin t. (<;on. Ila: ne) though p-rhips, not i ; wondered'
: : t t't; iuts-n'led II him I entire.: ( ncnr.. J ", noiitishiiig\ ; the trade, and the f irebnom: : was there a more brutal and ignoiant; nenion <- being too democratic in principle. .My objection myself whether, after al) I should! be half I
;, : sun-e "I, i industiy. contained mPrl' : ;; than thischarge i is, that it is not democratic cnoutrh.Look .
I mei- jim t turn, nourishing the doun-sti--: 'n : : : mnch captivated with the show
. ;"ajrr'-e wutj hxii. that illd I.* i i-mn on! tb" : yf ---t of stii; '
:1: : i the o where 1 im-re ihan in Isew Ymk. is of igimoranceaganist the Irish: people though the history of every nation, and expected presently to witness. ,
embraced in this debate, ; I Tagftoni Sa
: tem '. I tin' ci'iii'. ..lion jf notu l principles so completely : L[h..ar.] There is more information in Ireland > you will\ hid i ii prosperous just in proportionto eamt forward in
future, Je-nm o: :.,i i- :!;ro mi:: country (t.t t.Jimtiv .I the directly, a pas sue!, and tbe
f develop l !. J In thf progress!! of III)" ar- take it man for man, than you will find! preva'ence of the democratic principle. I observed that her dress
f i verilv bciievc, it would !leadm deep and need was di3tinltw&&::
f t: !Ignuient, i 'ouidl'r tiii- ..lit'f.t IIplln, : the price ofcoaimoiiitiu in any other country upon the face of the globe; I not po>,t to ancient Rome or to Greece from her it- o
ban krll anti IrotiI- companions by extreme mod
I ,hi \ !
f "-;!
1.I;r : gucra : I'n I I i ?, p1 UiitiCci I IY) til'' \IIWTil'all: hy.s-: comparatively with uthcr countries, more people when we have before us the United States of'Amcri'a both of fashion and
ijen.-iit of th and
i rf,. ai rtnn, \-. ithh.It>> to anp.ll"t ( < t ornament, lit
; ai wili I ITo b'piescivtd tern\, and how that I lin- VII iy /reverse "rtlw PiC- can!) read in I Ireland, and the man who (hear and cheers]. Look to the unconstrained case with which it
ion 'I'hi- other 1 t tinxitiin I > jnosplity adaptedfeself
; 'aicl th' II i j .jt-tilUI; oi it.. fo.-s: in ib: _-i, h.is actually: hap- reads; cannot [be in a state of ignorance.114 .-- speech of the Prudent of the United States to her shape and motion. She
.h and flUgtI'fltd\ : nal: < :n w Iooksci
1 I" ralJhJly! t.:, !Id\tll'. in. we.t.th pov.. I jiriifd. -Fe are, too m I Ireland; more children ina it is thus he address, the congress :_" Frequently more than fifteen. Her figure is sna3to
.k'' ,:.,.. toi: JetttI&% : \\"hta"C: tfrus$ behold) the entire fiilure of all state of education; and receiving instruc- as you have W>a called on to be rounded to last

4f "i. aatl! gre.u n'!,:=--. v.. thtIU I p ejtuiioe tlJ-anJ section tat: v..jft::: 1'1.-. t S.il.l! ,1 !:.i l..t .i..e! Si .iii. it i is a sub- I lion than in any other country-they spring !( grateful for the bounties" of Provide... rnfy <), ..',t .. ...'..,-I-the'ery_ .. ...,11....VK.. degree J of..a*.perfect C.UIUPIS

I ; i of the ..o.ifosT; -y. I.;,-C' :ofji: '.i ..'!.l !i.ltllli lo iis: flit-in'*, t.aidl: tiieiraiiic.pauois up0 :fast: thir intellect expands so quickly j \ have we had greater reason to congratUatc outline not an angle, not a fault. Her baa
i;: I .' I''I fb..i...- i'g/hi-!: q'ic Jiun i I stand; heie as I' ) of i benefits I iiavi: in-en fuililled, or that without} waiting for them to attain their ) each other on the continued and increasiag and neck, those points so rarely beautifula
r 1" the humble Hill z,'alo.is advocate, nt t t.f tiie! arc m ()l'fiili.nini. T .e /hononibleirenlifi.un -
i! ;po.t.s. of beloved at
; of feetai
manhood, it will be found the intelligence | prosperity our country prc- women, are faultlessly formed; her
of one :Mui" or -e\'ji tJjte- 1 fiom :>:: ')Ut.i Caiohna lia* i iniiile/ ;a n allusionto
the seHtJ Oh the tear rises in as I .ands in (full her size d
: i I the child is reflected buck upon parent? : my eye peruse are proportion to ,
I. t th'I wh,I I le I nion. And I never before ,i ;HI-C.I IUtjdt: by me, in I?:ll, III the other
t'! .Oil Thf is discussed them that p'lragraph.Yhen shall I see the former and with natd
otl&tnl' re no topirthat not ; by my tplay as freely as
: had thiii 1 ji I iloiisc, -'llppolT of tin!; : hint!, and lo wiat'.ii. &- I
: imv'! 1 tn.no I ca >on no*
'j" I I II :' : I s.iould not nave particularly:! referied. political economy and good government, f beloved country increasing in prosperty ? I I a II yicldingness] in bar fairv slippers as rfliq
I ; i I hive t. iauuMit my want o 1 hoi i ihlle.rualpou .I IJ.il I \\ )ull ask any one, who! roid! 110\\- coniiiiaiid arc in no [place better understood than they are see her adversity increasing now more than at were accustomed only) to the dainty uses oh( '

,: ; j ';rs: th* puu.si'in: >.f .Jueh i m., tat cna: tI.| tn- cotiragc( : Jo ptruse I Inat 1 loiicr! ;production, in Ireland [hear !]. any former period. Contrast, my friends, the r drawing-iooni

: i ni" to un.:'..d to ihr rn.ite, aid to illustrate toth I uiat pnncijj.e li.cre !aid down is JIIJi I truer What I di.-mi-.s then with contempt, the chargeof misery of this country with the prosperity of Her face is most strangely interest gPI;
: pio; ..u-a. t. t tii3: Ultimately: foiineclct! i iwh I Lau i.as betn fa: iled!: I by practical e.\-
; : ** !p' piediciiou. > ) Iri.sh i ignorance, and I taunt those who that I hear, hear !J. quite beautiful, but of that half-appealin
: ;ht1 1 idling' wvlf.ire of my country. I : pi-nenc-.' use it, with a corrupt falsehood or a brutal !, The President then continues" Agriculture retiring swectnss thGt sometimes see
mdt'hlilll uVl'J'whduu'd and .subdued It is I now propoed] "lo nbolish! tl.c to you
sh jnld.; {, system f
I has the labors of the husbandman blended '.ith the
i Q want of knowledge oi'the country concerning i compensated \ seeluchd reserve and UDCOD-
ScniMth the u.dhng magnitude of the v1iclivc o;\"e ;.MI IIHIC.I of the public pro>pciity, ,
| | if I did fcej and I it is urgid Uiat tue! :anival o1 the period ofil.e.redemption whih they presume to speak [hear].-_ with plentiful crop." God knows :,ciou; refmcmcntof young girl just 'ouf iai
S i iiek: whitli lies tl'1torl' use, not nr I II of tj.e }1Ih.c: Jbt LiDS been confidently The next charge that is brought against Iri-h-I we have in this country plentiful crops ; but I circle of high fashion:;} Jn her greatest!

., sc sustained and foitmed by a thoiougii < onsciounus..s fool.ed to as pre-c-ijiirig, a suitable! occasion to men--and it is one in which I am proud to their abundance rewards not the husbandman exertions her featurs retain ftc same tiid

I : ol the justiiii-s oj l the cause which r.d tiie; country of the evils with winca the system :t participator: ; called agitation" [hear -it is destined for the stranger [hear !].- half-smile and she returns to the ,lterIl3le.!i

! t : I hive espuust: \"ll. and by a persuasion, 1 hope! j is alleged! to be: l"i:moj.mt.: Not an inattentive obeiver and cheers]. They say Ireland would be j Manufactures have been established in play of her part ithout the slightest) cbaI1z j
net 'pCMimtuuus! | ::, that it has the ;ipnobationof ; .- (If pa.: : : iiig1 evt-nts: I have l been awaie, that, which the funds j
well off, but f for agitation: I want to know !j of the capitalist find a profitable of color, or the slightest 'perceptible difi"erelrtl
I t I that Providt.iu'i who has t>o often :timled among I inosevi.o weicntosi; eagerly picssinir the from them, i is it agitation that Ins: produced investment." Oh / that I could say so I in her breathing or the case of her looka1)0StL1re.
public debt, and, tliat: ground, were oppo-
mted .States. ujx.n -
. It'i: upon these siug .lpjJJOpriJtl'l1lS lootucr great intercuts= there/ the tithe sy.-te.rn: [hear and cheers? Is it a- II of Ireland | hear !]. And give employment I I I 10lantTuaO'c can describe I*!
: :'
o :
! i I' ;. Eight years ago, it was my painful:: l duty.. to WC.CSlllllc whoc.lred i ics ; lMUt the debt than iheaccomphihincnt "itation that: has created Grand Jury Laws, I I and subsistence toa numerous and increasing motion. She swims in your eye I like a cor!*J

!. 5 5a prcse t to the other ilouso of' 0 Ulrcs./ .;, an fIt'ot.ier objects.; Hut the I'eople by which gravel 1 walks are levelled" to the doors body of mechanics. The laborer i is rewnd- smoke or a flake of down. Iler diffica&.

;] : !iixagera1t'd pu turo of the ds.-tic! pervading of tne, United States have not coujiled! the payment I of tlc Aristocracy, and the mcuntain i is: !hell cd by high: wages America, I say, for ever j seem to be to kncp: to the floor. You ha".
t Iiil 6n the wh.de land.; e must ail 1 yet remember / ofiliCir : debt with I the ili-::truction i oft I I .
1 public i Democratic for that:
pathless! because the wretched peasant dwells liberty ever (hear ; that feeling while you gaze upon hoer, :!,
; : '. some of t its liLhtful: l features. Wo all I ie protection of i. uir industry, aipiinst, foreignI2idi.stry. there-which takes care that there shall not I I cheers).-" Science is steadily penetrating t I she were to rise and! float away like Ar*

know that the pcopir were then oppres.-ed and I They of have been debt accustomed relief t to from regaid,: v be the sli.llte!!. iu>tiing; in the !private walk of I the recesses of nature, and disclosing her secrets you would scarce be surprised. And yet I
; the
: borne down )bv an ('1101 moO- load of Idol that te: extinction public as a I
of WAal thr* lowest ; I btn: u then, t tid 'uot as I the infliction of a curse.: l Ifit I f the gentleman, She h as would shake even his : while the ingenuity of free minds is ss done with such a childish unconscioasna
!4 the value: property point is to be: attended or followed, by the subversion of ;gouty toe, or rou>e him from his half sleep in I subjecting the elements to the power of man admiration, such a total absence of exerts''

depression; ; hit ruinous! ; sales! and saciiilces the American: System, and an exposure\ of our ,.:;- hi-. carriage ; but, at the same time, leaves : and making each new conquest auxiliary to his I or t fatigue; that the delight with which she I

. i. : U ('rcen' where made of teal estate; that tabiliuicit.s! and our productions to the ungi'ar- the miserable cotter to travel, as he best can, I comfort.>> If we turn to the state of our navigation ,you is unmingled, and, assured as you are'Jj'

tJp laws .m: reh f lawj and paper money tied consequences of t.e; fcclfisli policy of Foreigni'owcis : over the rocky path, or the wild bo:: ? Is it I and trade we shall scarcely find less I the perfect purity of'every look and attito*
; Wfie adopted to save the People from impending :, Hie: .payment of the& public debt will be
agitation, I ask, that has produced grand jury cause of gratulation. A beneficent Providence that her hitherto spotless reputation is deCt't
; : : dy-truction that a dt lIcit III the pub- the bitterest of curses. Its fruit: will be like the I
,. fruit laws, by wlifh taxes are based upon aristocratic I has provided, for their encouragement, [t cd beyond a breath suspicion youlearefcwith .
lie exi-t.'d whit h (Jovernment
; n v nuv- compelled -
nomination, instead of being constitutionally an extensive coast." We have it. 9 Indented as much respect as admiration; and*
A ; and divert from "Of that forbidden tree, whose mortal taste
.uhZ : upon, ) its legitimate ; impo-ed by representation:'-the emIlyU1)011 by capacious bays." We have them too.- I with surprise that a dancing girl. whojs, *
ihi' to the "Jjrouuht death: into the world! and all our woe,
, f object, appropriation i sinking "
; '
-- principle which taxation ought to he based Inland seas. Compared with the size of posed night after night to the profaning!*
: ;fl.; fund, tl) debt; ami that our commerce and "\\"illa loss of Eden. [hear hear !] And here Arms Hill-Stan the country, _we have them too.U With a :I of the world, has crept into one of the B*

f navigation r crc threat ned with complete part I hey .ind I totall) differ from each other, for he country productive of every material for ship- sacred niches of ,
your memory
t alytift. In shoit, sir, if J v b ere to Delect any I lithe system protection be founded on principles would have grand juries still dependant upon buiIdUl i I ." -
I : term of seven, siriccihi'. adoption of the erroneous in theory, pernicious in practice; ,1
constitution years vvhch exhibited -ab-ive all, ifit be unconstitutional, ::s is i :alleged, nomination. Now, I care not how far the in this particular alone the Americans possess On Sunday evening last a delegation of"
a ceneof
present it ought to be f forthwith& abolished, and) not a vestige ir.achinery may he improved---whether the ; n advantage ovei us.u Filled with a Cherokee Indians arrived at this place *
; the i ide desolation
most \\ spread dismav and ufit suffered) to remain. But, before we sanction outfliersand small! wheels are enabled \\ ilh ad- population, active, intelligent, well informed their way to Washington Ci.re_ are.
n it would! be th-it, ,f '
exat tiy teim ( seven years this sweeping- denunciation( let us look a little dititi'Mial celerity to aid the grinding processof and fearless of danger." We have them too acquainted with the object of their ntf

11. which immediately pie< edcd the e.-tablish- i at this system, its magnitude) its ramifications, its taxation, if the Bill contains the principle I[:hear, hear]. But have we increasing pros- i tho' it is rumored that they wish to obt31; ,
of the Tan)" of : "
;1r Went I duration and the authorities which have
high sustained nomination, 1 never can be satisfied with perity I Has the capitalist a return of piofit ? : larger portion of the territory on the West
i : 1 have now to perform the more pleasing i it. We shall :see; that its foes have accomplished -
I. it. I say there can be no good Grand Jury -are employment and subsistence increas- of the Mississippi river. It i is believed,_
task after achieved
ot of the comparatively nothing, having
exhibiting an :
$ iu.pcrlectkitih Hill hii'll is not based the ?-and has the laborer hear Team
the / their present aim of breaking down our iron foun- upon representation ing high wages [ the Cherokee within the limits of .
I the existing: Mute ol uup.iiullfltd: : prosperity be- danes, our wollen, cotton, and hemp mamilactojrics I of the tax-payers [cheers]. I now come hear !!? Why, with all advantages of America would emigrate to Arkansas, if theycoUflUa
: country.On u general buivny, we hack the of and I ask those the Irish distressed and JandaDfl'provements '
and our sugar plantations.: The destruction to topic agitation, are people liberal compensation for their
$ hold cultivation: extend o, the ails flourishing, of these would, undoubtedly, lead to the sacrifice who are opposed to it, was it agitation that starving 1 I will not answer that question ; and an assurance on the part

the face oJ the ('ollutry.improvIJ, our peopleS immense capital, the ruin of many thousands of passed the Subletting; Act. which has hurledout but I will tell you how the American accountsfor tile government to proteclgthem in the e

fully and piotiiul.iy employed, and tho public our fellow citizens, and incalculable asto the whole hundreds of families from their little farms this prosperity : If we are prosperousat Went of their new homes and to shield! I

countenance exhibiting tranqnility' content- j community. But tneir prostration would not disfigure to famish by the road side, and find theirgraves home, and respected abroad, it is becausewe from the barbarity of the neighboring tribe*, ?
merit arid huppiness. And if descend 1 ini i l nor greater efH-ct the whole system of .
\\ e upo-
in the ditches i h it agitation that dc- are free, united, industrious, and obedientto Iliwassean, Feb. 17. .
naiticulars have the protection, in all its branches, lhan the destruction .
I- to we agreeable contemplation
of of the beautiful domes upon the Capitol would' -troyed the linen manufacture in the North, the laws" [hear and cheers j. They say
' a People out of debt; land n. iu occasion to the magnificent edifice which they I Isurruount. and in tho South th'j working of coarse wool- that democracy is productive of riotous and The corner stono of tbe new Exes!
\t\\1\ slowly in value, but in a :secure and !salutary AVhy, sir, there is scarcely an interest, lens 'I 1 Is it agitation_ that has thinned the disorderly conduct. Here it is evident it is was laid Wednesday at 12 M. iD4e<

drgrut; a ready, though not extravagant market ..c rccly vocation in society, which is not embraced -I streets of our city, or which has deprived quite consistent with a perfect obedience to superintendence of the building com. '

I :'I' .or all the suiplus productions of our m- by the benificence of this system.It J you, Sir, of the ,property which you ough the law, and that agitation, for in no country and a number gentelinen who were P
innumerable I
0 I dtistry; flocks and herds biowsingaiid /I I II 1 now to have in the Liberty ? I believe that is there more agitation than in America, may A brief and pertinent address-was rn d'M
J gaiiibolun, on ten thousand hills and comprehends our coasting tonnage and trade, J. K. KANE all ceremony$ .G
t I upon that property there were, prior to the be in accordance with the prosperity, happiness Esq. and j
i plains, covered with rich and verdant ras>es; ded.from winch alll foreign tonnage is absolutely exclu- I f Union, eleven or twelve manufactories, and and strength of a nation [hear, hear !] such occasions, were perormed. 'rJ

b our cities expanded: and whole villages It includes our foreign tonnage, with*4 the incousideiable that now there is not one [hear 1Vas it a- Mr. O'Connell concluded amid loud cheers Singular hnmanity.-The foI "10
F springing: up, as wore, by exrh.intmeut and our exception made by treaties of reciprocity gitation did that [hear, and cheers !] by saying, We insist! upon justice for ire- posted up in the county of Kent 1

I expoit> and imports increased. increa.sing; with a few foieign powers. I This morning I was putting on a pair of land-we insist upon a complete Reform Bill 1821:-Notice is hereby given that the

) our tonnage! ( i ) fin{ .go und.coas t wise, H,welling It embraces our fisheries, and all our hardy and I French glu\'cs--I know not. how I came bythem for Ireland on. the same principle aa that of quis Camden, (or account o'tbe back' .

and fully occupied; ;, the, irc1s. ol our inferior.animated enterprising fishermen. ,I -I did not purchase then ; but the cir- England ; but above all, a Bill giving; one ness of the harvest,) will not shoot h .

: : by the peipctual! thund" .r aud .It extends. to almost.every mechanic art:.to tan- 0(umstanco reminded me'that there was at one hundred and \twenty-five o members to Ire- any of his tenants, till tlje 14t of Sept z

,__; 1i&.Uizi of countless steam( boats; the urrcn7 ners, cprdwaifters, tailors, cabiuct-roakers, hatters lime two hundred glove-cutters j in Dublin 1 1 cj I laud tI English.paper : ''I

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5EIDIAT J foreign exchanges; as (oKava sent out of tho SheiWsa1! Superior Court Mid. Ths Leon Co '

i country, un immense.amouni of specie ;. Auction $ale. 4u
to thQPrejudice of the ;, BY Virtue of an E efjiion issued by'.k Jnjtice'of JAMES McMCLLJN ) < <.. : u}
A I1 a full examination c6mmumtr. If after Peace, I shall' expose Jo' salft W the highest 7 :: 'TS': }f ffllHE Defendant' and ait WILL JbeSold at to*AUCTION ROOMcf if* ;

2 into tha charges that have' biaderin, front oflhe Capitol,."inih Citj'cj,"alla- JOHN LAUDAMAN ) .JL :other persons interei : ( on Tb sdivn va wietr of Ar-. 4I I

I 1IoRNIN G.APIULt been made, the bank h1l, be found to have h.IlSSee.on Saturday, thf flthday of May neitriaB the. dare hereby notified that,the above suit has been tides among which.are, AGIO, CART, two wheel ,

I I, confined itself to illegitimate. functions the right title claim and infcrcst (t William.HoUi .in andto instituted by process of attachment returnable the BarrawB '

,fSSlSnV.-1'he iiucliigeucu this week rejectingC01U friends of the i stitutioD with Lots No. 71, 72. rand 73, .and the lmproTements superior court, for Leon Couti!,. r ; Saddles, Bridles, ,fyc. >: .
may confidence thereon situate in the North of the I
The quarter City of LESLIE A. THOMPSON.Ati'yforPrff.JWarch '
(:' ) papers to the
P1'1 &iLhc rather of promiscuous lot oi 44)0 bags at apply legislature for an extension of its Tallahassee, levied onlto satisfy an execution in favorS 6th 1832.. 1 ;- 296w. Carpenter Tools. '

jjjjoiu; ** sale rumor a prevailed of an advance in charter. And on the contrary, if the char- of Peter K. Bailey against William Hollis, levy made wa zttttb An assortment ot nalre9QQ.I1| IroIr
Ta rue against.the bank shall and returned tome by a Constable. Sale within the ant Queens' ,. are. ". .'
three Alessciigers ges have '
.etn'Y"f "nil'een pence. been
: sustained
I two directions on the re- If it has violated hours prescribed by law. i ckinthe St. Andrews and Terms made kno n at Sale. '

I 1/fClfPOOdrbn.\tcbcd ? various. ; its privileges, and abused JAMES BRYAN, Jr. SitU Leon Cotmfy. I .iil: Company are open at the Count- JOHN WESTCOTT ..tottumttr., .

sift of t1ii xitc1Ligence.6rt3t : the trust confided to its management it April 2d, 1832. 33 td ,: Iv- iam G. 'Burgess in the City of '1 vi.1imcr Tallahassee, April 3d 1832. 33 luW'HITING 1 1EKkDw&aE.

rxciicmcnt pr"ails in Georgia on account of is tin e 'the people should know the facts ; it is : 'herijJ's Sale. the superintendance of Benjamin ;

114C court in the case of proper that should be ,, enryBond, William G. Burges, Thomas .
& ( f supreme congress particularly informed Virtue of three executions issued by' ti m :
BY and Turlmtt R. Betton C mmisaioners.aflabs. -LArlK AC Co.
enCCIIt rn i\o.
letter the editor 112 C&51.
0 sJe); inanes-Gov. Troup in a to not through the medium of statements the Peace, I shall expose to sale to the high ; ; -
-\hr'h n2 2 ifEGftUES.On NEW-ORLEAxs-Have
: :. 6.11 received
iltf:IiSp'"u Journal adust tIle people to be mode bidder in front of the in the City of Tallaha l-y
bank Capitol :
I the prepared by officers, but by facts obtained the late Ships from England and die Northern CiJicr '
bllt trIO. From pie.sent appearance pco- from see, on Saturday the 5th day of May next, all th monday tlieir ,
the books Winter and
tr'e> unanimous in favor of sustaining the of the bank, through a title claim If D. in t Spring importation nf \ .
( and '
right Joseph Davenport
arc i'ailjeauJwniy. to ? -- the 2Gth of March ne t, will be sold at :'
pk committee of congress. This is the only lot number one hundred and twenty two, and the improvements Monticello, in the county of Jefferson, 28 Foreign and Domestic Good ::?

*;&: mode by which truth can be elicited, and by thcicon, in the City Tallahassee, leviedon likely slaves, belonging to the estate of A.braham Comprising a complete assortment '

The f up.rmc C.nirt has decided the Arcdondo casein this t&,t the people will in some be as the property Joseph D. Davenport, to satisfy J. Cabell deceased. Terms .made of all kinds of1'helfHardwa1t. Cutlery, Plate( ,
caimanl: measure cxemtion in favor Thomas A. Hayden in and Japanned Goods EdeJ'ools Files Guns
"fortlf Ihc enabled estimate one one known en the day of sale. ,Hcary "
4 i to the propriety of icnewingAslily favor Baptist Brumlv, and one in favor of John K. Goods, Nails, Castings, Steel of all kinds Collins fc 1

Cb' cra continues to make progress in Eng- -------- -- CampbelL against said bavcnport. Ie\y made and returned JOHN G. GAMBLE Executor. Co's. Aies,SchoolBooks and Paper of all kinds. :.

The ollaild- to me bv a Constable. February 28th 1832. 23tds. I "W. S. & Co. have made surh arrangements

1Afl1 and List of Letters JAMES:' BRYAN,Jr. Sheriff Lton Cmnty.fr March 27, 183& 32 3t I with the manufacturers in Fngland and the Unitnl &.'.

nnd Great Britain have ratified tvc Detain R EM A1M>tint Hie Post Office a' TllIhh3SSN', Tnllavis' April' dlfc32. 33 t.U THE SALE NecToes, above advertised, is ne States, as will enable them to receive extensive and t

ff.\nrt"iUiOUt nailing for the ateciil of the other on the 3lsdav of March 1S32, if not taken out postponed until Monday the 28th dayof I regular supplies Goods, which they will sell at very J

Tr" I. by -.he 30th .Tun ", \%:il1 be tent to the General Post Of 'heriU"sfale.. May next; They will on that day be sold to the low prices and on liberal terms. .

r"(sy'l fice as dead Lett<.rs. B Y Virtue of three executions, issuc-d by Justice highest bidder, at Monticello, in the County of Jeffer- Country merchants visitimr New-Orleans are sclici f .

the ComM'ftlic .I A-Adam, Morris A. Kr ll1gg. Lyninn uf the PC:1.C,, I shall expose tos.il to the hishr&t son. The terms of sale for the greater part of them ted to call and examine their Goods and prices. 4 !i
be seen I'}' a notice in our ptpcrthlt ,, Anderson Knnbrough bidder, in front of the Capitol[ in the City of Tallahassee will i be cash. New-Orleans, March 101832. 31 w6w 1
Son crrioriil Bradley >
Sob iil0lttr? Treasury have decided that ; I .Atkins John Kelly, J ,JinAdKm on Saturday the fifth day of May next, nil the JOHN G. GAMBLE,Executor. e; U t I
l 5jptfld i all rrrtilicati's: of settled a-counts H. bancdoujirry must. David L-Lea. John -r. risht, title, claim and interests nf John Laudamin, in March 20, 1832, 32 idsjev Regimental Orders ( > ." ; .-41h4DQrIrEiuq,7th L1i
first Ol 1'1ur lllty "!
by thc Ali:1'4Ilf, Daniel Lt and to lot \4). lit, and the improvements thereon} in
iuni >n, SusannahAr Re F 5f. ) .
the Suvannee.
store ,-t .1
on : f
the Cit oi'Tall-iliasfcc levied tosati fy ;
enittc, George Lnninous, Sonch V on > an r-xccu- Tallahassee, th.1822. : .
: JUl1/O'! has refused to obey the mandate A now) Frnrcis 2 Lcn.mon, James ion in fivor Richard hayward, one in favor of John Jo :TI' m. ItLT i J ; !

h/r."S/Viprcmc :01\rt.--An application was I Akt: r, Eibert Laslie John Myrick arid OOP ill fivorf H. F. I D. Peters against aid a new store at the T evcnlh Regiment Florida! Militia i.shereby"t! Y' .: ): .., '' r t ;1
open divided
.nl Ci' rpusto l\riii!: uj) the bodiesrJjTwcnu.r John; according to law, into two Battalions; the : \
fnr:1"rIl41t"lla1J1"\o.! Laudaman, lc'vymatle and returned tonie by a 1 .oj- I t!
,dt w loc.h wlls..Jeniel1. A l1wion: "as Lccy Logan, Joseph of the Suwannee and Withlacochec first Battalion commanded by Lt. Co1.ParkhltJ. to bo !
CS within thc hours
Baldw Constable. Sale presnril 1 by law. ;
tbe : the'} B- in, Joiiu Lin s, John Rivers abc.tlllhe first of next for the of composed cfall residrn ( : t
of May
: the mandate on Ihe rec >rus I BRYAN Jr. purpose persons east of the Mindian 'It
ji1fl: and the Busks, John) Lucas, YVilU.im JAMES Sty. Ltf/J1CQf"ty. receUinj and forwarding, or purchasing cotton and line; The second Battalion commanded Du- .t. : 1'
td I ."0:1,: uf QWJ.tl: ; county proceedsunrcffl" Bradford, Th:1fJ.: A. I Lewis i:. April 2, JS3- 33 1 1. by Major I:
o'Cl'ruiclIerc Mrj. supply-in"-the adjacent with goods. intend val, i is composed of all '
d thereto] which was country They persons residing west of aid line. ..1-; i i
4I. "s in 'haon. B lard.! Rufus Lewis, K. t<. SlwriJI'sfalc.. erecting a store an l warcnoustunit c umiu-cv Tiioi-cirnmtniding Olbctrslf the aul Battallions will : I. J
1111 tcr r ts.PITB BH:\ David; M-: i1 Mary, Poll Boat belTvcen that point and the town (if Magnolia (forthwith proceed sub-divVe| their respective bat- l 13 i
__ .
j I i P.iIrs, \\ liiammkr! Isaac By Virtue of an cxtmtion i issued by a Justice of l phwls! or cotton purchased at either jilace will be tallions into fire equal parts leaving an equal number '
Johns March 21 I 1S32. j I {(:'', I shall to sal(to th- IIi ho st hid- j ; t tf Y':
'rj St. Ihxlcr, G'hrc 2 \!<':.d.Ih'rrustm C. expose forwarded by them ata reasonable frei ht. They ill ''finenin cachasnearas may bt"ndd to order elections '

j To THE E-DlTOn OF TUB 1"j.OflILJ.N.jRI j I D.iwcn, Silas[ Vay! araiB'qlie. 111" 'n front of tIme Capitol, in the City of Taliah.tss( c, pnrtha.se cotton, hides, and deer .skin, and will hive for all va-uncies in the com panofficers immediately .J \ 0 ;i m'
1 han: read with no little surpu-; *' a let Itt ,I E.: Mclntyre, Jane ((ii -a'urd:1the fifth! (Jay (May next, Lot No. 75 in constantly on hand an ex'cnsivca: (uncut of goods oj and make returns t hereof accoru"n law. i

3, ;; iCo!. White, pul.r.sed} in \otir paper '1 I Brown, )Ii"s Frances t'iddlcton, John thc. viirinif part <>f ihc City: of Tallahassee. levied c'n I all descriptions, biih as Provisions, Groceries, Hard The following officers have been appontcd to tho ; :;. ;, i I
ali executionin 1" t.
. front i" which! 111.lla. r"W I has 1 ho,'n ,' of'I i iu i I Bflil, i\s! Muriel!, Dai-itlA.1.I I as Ilip< property of J. Gaukiin! to CoinmisMoncr- ) an aairt anti (Hallow ware, End l:>h and AmeruMti Dry-Gowls, Stall of the regiment. !r !
instmt Bftton
: : favr nfTurb'itt It. i
61h ,
'tf ocinti-d with tll.I..( ot't (.uneral 1.i!trftI.lV'llIian1tl1l''hi'md, JOI.atY.: I Tin-ware, Drtu Mcdic.nes! Hats, Saddles, Shoes GEO.T. WARD, Esq. Adiv. t t r I
1 r I
: ''' :'rih' as> Miller! B.iron, (111. E. S. Miller, A\ \'\ J GiuMin! 1 levy made aid! returned to me by atab1e. ( ,10- Cr' 'kriy atd Gia>\\urc, Salt, Iron, Steel, Nails &c. S. II. DUVAL Qr. Master.JOHNS.SHEPARD I

H nic'Col" )ri.vtHI1: mJ (lOvciiMir: : \\ Ilui i, BIt"lcr' tqhen! McD/u.ald, Alexander : ''irr!; i nth l t.;;'.'.. 30fj'OTlC.L. : Payrn.' ter. I
t'tun 10r Duct. Win. H. .Simmons aVtfffrct !! F. J.\\tE S BRYAN, Jr. &'>ff. Lcn Cvinly .f. I
3'I I n'ltl'nlt ]Binus, John Maullsby, \\ illiam.Morrison 1AS I. intended that the regiment shall he ;
!I Air !12,1 : :n t,1.! .-Kaiuiway irorn
I (1(1.I
luau David ] ;
1 ll'ct M.iloom! }plctely omatiiscd : s sn possible, any officer ne"I I
. I Lie attempt made in that cnmmiinicai.'o'aat'ct ;I (_'-Cooper, JIII'CKunall \V. B. 9 Sheriffs Sale. The Mii>-rilx-rs nt M.i!! ,:li.i: about the le.tmlu.sdlltywllI arrested and tried as the law .

. till' illusion, on which; 1 am 41 t. 'i I Crmartic, Alexander N i II If*, Job T. 3 23h nil., a3Iuattoinan! by trie name of Gim thrc ts. ByorTerofC'd.l1.CPARlEI1.] .-5 j
:lrs. 11. A. JTDV Virtur of ex-i-ion: i.v II Iy a Justice of U"1! belong- L.&M.. Anuistcad of Qniiu9 ,- ... h I
Ciomarne to
JLiit nVn'n.-d, with the local party politics! ofvTTrntmv O-.Ou.lo.ll. I..mol1 I GEt 'I'. \VARDAdjutan. I
) FountainCoo..er 1'\"< I Iha'!I cxjx-se tos.de t'i the highest bid-: -. Tl.e is about! 30! of four "
f for if there i is a subject on ulnrh J Cone, Om-il, C.ittonB.P man ; years are,
; B. F. 2 ---Potter, l"I'a lCrunh'.Iame tier ill iVo.ii .fill I Capitol I I in t ti".1 city of Talhh" r-f', feet and cii;ht inches in height. The public Notice. i
Sciifti oi' Florida are united, I should siijipo itftllulti j jIK .
);: ; Parker on Saturd! tV, the afih day rf1 iy n(xl;, Lot No. 269, I
Jf'ilha'nPacker '
: ? .
of the removal of tne Indiana : are riquc&ud: It) take him and commit him :o the nrarr ; :
) oil that I, C'iairc! ; BonjaminChrk \Ir. levied on I u.sjtiIan; oxccu.ioii isi favor of TI1rht1tl! R.B.ton board of Commissioners of the Treasury
; :! '
, from tile country they at present occupy, to a Willi-im\ B. Pearson, WilliunPx I' ( ('mr. a;.nist S. PiHier, I'vy njaiif and returned r Goal. J. G. & Is. IIAilLEXMirch d-cidcd hnt Treasury: notes or scrip and : ,

: suitaWo one wot of the .Missiasiipi i ; river.This .- Co ariiintr, Mis Ann >rier, JamesPurifiy to me I by a. l._'' !.val,!e. f'-cilt tucouimeiicc uitliiii 13th: t83!. 30 f :IIcll.tt.rs chffki! for settled accounts are within the :.1!

i. tulijt-ct has derived julditional consideration, Cook, It-acc Tih.ian! j ) "'". !Ia. ip<
, from tile ronn and important views taken of it, Co k, \V.,'.hinston N.Cn PruJi.ii, I'll irits N. ; ;S'4'lIC.B NEWT BooKs; Boa r J.

jn the late 11'l'IDdrial.> : cf our Lenitive'Council i ; to I : i! haw, \TicajahCarnuhcr. Posey, SluulrachPajl'srtn V Virlue; <'f i' r.. !.: rruti'Tis i 5.nrd 11"1 Jn.ti'1o i if W S? i rt'eiViil nf thi, { tFireSJS They: must therefore: he presented as the law directs -
! United theht.cbtFiitiiis I .--. ? !rs. Susan Drivid C. Count il.bcrt ef Paris Srott priir t. the 1st of May next or they will be forever I
iltfConm-ssof the ta ws. Feeling I It th- J l' al..-, 1 SII!: exjv sf to sale ty tli' hidf': I by barred.
inch i is common tl111 D-Dwi"sr, I Nai M. Pre :Iall1",111111 the ,-l in the City "f Tahhnssec I I he Br.ivo, C'orper
question, % : ln. >-r, in fr1' "f r-apst I
GEO. T WARD.SYrr'y .
itt7.ons re2IcraIvI! at a wry early period 'I I Hi4'lillsnl1.In: : 2 P helps, F.lish.i B. I I'inv: < the Board.Tall.uhisee .
( I Willum II llian HdwrrdiJoUaiC.iil ,- I. ht, to
"arraii\e Porter
the! at'I-ntion of thc Executive ot' the U. 1'PH 113 1 1 116, filA: 143 situated"in the :iddihnnl: p Irt c.tWun : !.. f fheirs
dircc'cJ: j I lo\\'Jiu' i i.\111 : Aprr13f11S32. 33 tf."UTICE.
I. ITVllUS Lit
of Moore
I'lT/.jfrald .
, t.iisax' favorable! time nf l tir! City ..t f TatlJ.I! <)"', 'eii:<'il on as tli' j j-rop-rty ; : '
S Mil t, UT.Odeemed y I Ir.lkl' l J.i" .1! [J. It .Vm..T.: \\Y. Life : ,
yl-s. of Lord Byrc.ii, .-The I and of John
I 'hroc Ilxccntious: fiir representatives
the Indians of J::!hn .Vlyrick, 1n s\;i.fv in
. 11) the attempt at negotiation, as I ILJJ nimlil1I1han I I Richard, filaud Jr. (,f Tin butt," K. Betton, niinn-iv-i-mfr, 5iiriin; .t JoJuiMyrirk Spvvrlks of P/.ilipSjCiirrtm n nll G ratt Memorial: I j L Y. G.trey, deceased!,late of Tallahassee, will take .

pditilmnl to be relieved from a starvingitatr. 1 I E--LIiis:; F.lijih Kosif.:.rts, Lucy levy inadc and rcturnfd to mr by a Coi table (.1 Ui.sii.ip: llobnrl, Uiary nfa Plijsinjn, Life of Sir J .M'tice. that six; weeks after date, application will boin 7 I

an-iiiA not from the' insulTlciency of theird'Ui'.lrv 'u---- -innn, A. 11.Stlph -"-Sale! wi'hiu, lie hours ji i-srn'.d' l-y i-i\\*. I h 'cc N e-.'-ton, History I of PoLind. 1 ne, tr :hc C'oiin'y*court of Leon county for letters ofulinii.isuMiiou !

: tll lJppllrt them, but from the los:; of) i i Evu')!, David I... -\r. !I.I'I' J .YtiESHRYAN Jr. Stiff. Lion: Couniry.'Fi1.thite A general assortment School Books, I!, en said estate. f

the last season from drou .it ; a F-Fn:.-, in, S.I' .. tUt.ird: \-. lihiniStcw.irt dc! LEVI BOLE. l'
I April 3d 1S. 33 N .
U-ir r vii -
crop % [ Patent I'en Knives
.I'l-'inry, I'ger v.-arrnntt
been sustained t fiom tbc same :I ;:1.1 -, \V ih.un II. 2 Samuel! 1 1I Mnrrh 20, 1-32. 31 6w j.
u)<8 which has : ( N. llnnilcii huvc 'd. 1S: : (1"1.: WLO.\[ .
in the 1 I J"te \\ oi1-low .Simps,a, F. \ .2 r. & : just rcc\ t
nearly all Hie white i\ilation TalIIt.iC: \tarrh 20hT0'I'I J.-":. ,
ttuso, by : : : JOT1CE. All havinj claims against the
I Fu'rrthur Smith, Ih v. M.Garcv J.t J. B..l-'C prime: I Havana, (J2a ,.I1\I', I :: tiers-ins ; :
ti>tern pan t/7 Florida. t Jfln 'X-. 2 Simmons 3 l'ii Estaieoi 'David Dtvidsi-tteceased? are hereby re-
.t : 'i l "nias j Hbls. A TnC)1ctUin.: (JE.-Idoherchy caution allP'
Tic Oillh.11t: n's. ct by me, in a report made ''Orahl1u.lm: 2 Stuart: J',. .lh" I 12 T'oIs'elc! al.tt l English Iron, -L I t---sred: to present them inimrdialely: duly authenticaor : 1-
since tmiJie) of the airnirst i trading:i foi two notes i\cn olHi they will be burrc'l Statute and all these : .
capacity F.. -
nanv: years I. reseiyaia'to I iibson, II.OrctiiUiJ T-Tin IK) r, IlLzcki'h w. 1TulT 50 BbN. Flotir. .t" by i
>mer I FowK-r one fi,r t\ d:'liars due I l.st day t.J.iicuiry immediate
s-istain tJii- Indians, and on wlr.cb Cu!. Cli.ulcsG Jon! 10 Apj.l-Bni.dy, nty indebted to the estate are requested to make ;
1532: and one for twenty-five dollars, KERR.
"\ ..Ult'rit lll t alY: personal knowledge of the int, Diuk-l Taylor JihnTI 50 (WhisKi-v, payable payment.. ; WM. i
1 1st of .
c-uuiryitf: : volunv.-eri'd a comment, remains un- As flicowsidi-r.ttion foi \\ note were jrivr ihi 1 !
!!iaketi. It v.-as !foiled alk-r a most minute cx- :laming, Iviward2 Town-ind. llczeklahIilliTl" ALSO-Hire. I )ricl l App! Peaches, Pickles, -. enin-y; }! f.iiif i: d, I am uVciiuiued not to juy ;ih( ': \.\; .\.\ j -' U t pi.rh.ittrus; >iiiarvie-ivecirlot1'12or: Ii

turtioa! ()1' I Lie WHOA.}|"tnet of land! which had : James 1'crn 1, r.rnsmus 2r.ri: !urh21\1 it auiIst lilllll' rnjK; i IC d t'ylaw. \\ LI v'. IS. 11 15 yes of nr-. t lor n hOT se servant, one ofsompxperitncp l: f f'C
11iclic.u, James E. T:111, ::t lI4'n'i.d1. I \vill l be d fair price aud cash TV il .
1l't'DOI LTiied 1''' ludiijis under the original :iri'l'TPiI B. 1 F"'I"r! :!J< l" |IS.:.7. i"M t pr-lVrrr -a .
.. 1 T..I-1; !' Iecr X' BmntVaiker Notice.4LIj
\1ol-iTSj : r.aid. this OiHcc.
r .r'll l'IIIJt1: h nlll1 I II'A' Cof1"r -Enquire at
: lp .
CiH1 tuat"t' tie! >ieivion| of their limits, 1 taUlln, Ivy 2HouMcr .. __\ llichard H. Bond I Marb-20. 1 1632. :31 If .t >'.t..

t'; :'} '!ii.iirare: not only t. UIG I HAMMOCK but I \\ Ulhm IL 31.:5[. r, E. P. persons lire cautioned ntrnia-it urrlia>ir.2: a : 1J.d l Tl ; 1'0 IR ,' AL1--\vIIl he i..ld to \; ;
I Hu.it, _\n"I'-U"i' 2 WillIs, Jo!,n \V. ) t't. mini: ia\a!,!c to I !1. 1'. lJr*n<]Jm ic co., Unjust= : t rrrcixetl per late arrivals100b l l J of Lionel I
Ita VAM in addition, wa& .11!i ndusi-d] ami _.c th- hiT4tf:: f uitli-r ar ti! rf'siI.'n.e -
asIV llit"n I lJ\) i'i i 1 131.H *
: '. .
\\ lson Jai'ii.sVest ihi\s, ] .-iiiuli 11 & Valiant! f.r 3.IO Lb-! !. (Jiiiii'il cot'ii -
: : ;
I frmtf'u; I!, (.1\1)1: ofm' t of jje dis.jrrcL-jr.njt : !- :,'\\' York athlWcsti'rri Flour: I Fletcher (in!the! C. snry of Leon) .n Monday the 30tbJiy ; .
; "ueton, Sti-pln I nT'all :
C'hir! s R 1 lit ll..i.'L"d.i'i: I ii i l.i -t f.ill .u.d due! about tb<% I 15th fKi to> ;.
with our.I.lied lircthren HI" 1'londa. It thcolijift Mni.VilJiamSKanry 50 i cnrjro Pnn.tanilMos Pork, .1 of April-the personal property belonging .
was l. I i jt thf
ilk, J'nia'haii Itnuiry wt. a am nut disposal to pay % con-
ol't ic Commis-sioners in Hitm..rJuhn: JOO( Coils;! Ky. Ii.ilc; : Mi:"p.-, he L state oi Aii'irin. Il'S'Is!!, dee'd.Llul
: u.e Tn'atC.HII- : \\ Jit'!:!he:id Jaiiis.s J. xie.! tion It::\ um: I'lod.: W. "NYYATT.T.ilUIn firH ) fLIW'IEL :
c.uaJ; to j p :-tije Indians: :is fir south o'n; thr ,..I"t''sI1f'ttki.th11111. I } Jf'hn L. r. Annl'M! 1S.2. 33 3uDT'Al -. Keztnckv: hIl.: ':! :. : FLETCHER.Attra 5 ; j t' :

PtiiiiiuU: 4t t'riorniaas pr: ctlJ: .I'. and to iuterpwe tiyi) ., Mi's 1.lrY0'10\], it. \v. '. Vl\K\ir' : VISPRRADE I 0 Stttsol'fciiitri!: bugur:: B icr! '23 a 50 grills 31 GwV < -1
larch 2'(, 13:!
lictu'et-n them! and the white poPUiatl''l1) ndi'tnct I Iawes! 11.r'. 'Vrlson) Simp*; )!! 300 Sack of Salt, __ .. t1 I
: j U imil'on, jVilliamF. iGLETAVEKN "I'lc 1 .-Alipf l.oUIiSt'chfl"IhYO: tluflnedaans "
of barren country Ol o as to contipuhv "Viiivns!! John London Porterit", Ci.ler Old Wliiskcy.Fit.sli J"U 'Le sub ; i
jirevent ..ickley, 1L J. \\'hitc\Jlssr..J. .rc Co. I I Hy 111 traJi-,>r two pron> a=,cry notes civcn: by I
elf 'tt1..ml'Ht.Thi.! 'iViuhnpi-ririlaiul: 'a.
> object u.is ill ..1;fious- last viz: .ae i
I-Ji: <'Kv"n. \ViilijimJord :I : S Iden! S. uiberttk J-:1, T. P'-naou in Ftbiunry ;
ly defeated, luuvvcr. in thcexJension oft.1C Indian *-'aikley, SjvnnCatullesYititiT.slnuindSpermO! lvj. hels of corn-Tt<> I
in, Jirtt.sJordin : Vins'iw ,r .2' ,W chit's :tml fie tor fifty .
I boundary ltc.:: by which 1I1jolrJtof:: the whole .MilsJohnsion '\.{14C1'loThllllh', r.lisliii! : 2 "". IflI)!.(-a1 H..d t fl: li'Kona Sausages: uvJcrin f..r; vh.cii hey: were given having failed, :. \ :

ration were not only located in the immeiliate; viC.M.V ; David '"i ljjall1s'lIcllrv. 25: Hall: I.rk0.. 1. Mackerel, tV. w ill! nut be pau.: -1

uf the white settlers of Alacim.i: Lit onfcsJ 'K.-:Her, Duid i \' \It. William" S[ ;inisi! Scjiars. Cotlce.! &c. APnr\v H. THO\fpOS- f:

covered by: a Spanish irr.uit tjje claim to Klein, IvhurdrOP I I [(:190 Letters.] arden St rils, 1'ivsh irhm is ('.Iiy.. f i.i. ?I Ir.!! 15 1532 31 3t. 1';

ffmcii: lis: l Ix'l'n subsetjuently ifcommuided! for' .*rkJ.is ea'lin f rII} 4'f the above LeTM's Lime Juice anti Lemon Syrup, -- f' I

c';:.Snii;:tuui ity tile American Commissioner: \\ please u.say .tdver.i- I II..rter I Which together v.-itb his lonner; ASSORTMENT Valuable Heal Estate, '. 'j;

Col. Whites lettiT, which has rehmci;.i mi I-. drawn _. T. E.nCy. P. 'T. r 'IE r ;rqhl'rihf-r'' t:1.krn t11.1' "p\.i, '1 r.d "pl.n.Jt I arc oilcred on lo\y! tcrns to his customers. Ii IiI AT. iUIi vc rIN.Albert rji

f'rththis' } communication from me seem to l hive ES111t4Y.I j jT .ill nick t lrm.iv ni m in Tall.th.'s' >t:<>, ::Ui Iy oreupieu March-2S 32 I! P V v ..w. .u a K"-r "f :"t-mey from of theVilII ;
iwnvntten \vitii view of ; '. r.rentUbeca I i .a-t.i,! .'uJ! \Viiwiu;! :M. Cca!, executors fl1
a predicting a l faihuvo! by Capr. )"1:11 1 pownrr, u Ii'' ', ::vn-jf) FIIESIIJRUGS &c. II will otTer at -
VKE }by the Subsetiw? I .. \ '. : Kiteliif. ,tes.I.r-n.c.
fie ms.-ion: ) onvhci! !: I am 'it present fiitrjo-o.l. up 31 n nttc'd anti.("rn: -,1\,1 ill 'he ;1lu it complete! iuu- : -

Icaanut &ay tat:: I am Vt-ry s-aniniine] on tile. stibJtt -- m-'l'-s from, I-ort St. Marks-a n.r, i is now unui the naiiiu-it'titc I have rccehed: by (lie late nmvr.Lj j ublSr: tIe -ui t.M.a lay: the 3d day of April next. ,

or am 1 ignorant! of t'liediiflcnhies to he encountered a Black S- IMntc pled SPREADS; GLETAVERN from Nevk-Yc.rk and Baltimore, a full siipply! of 1; Tl.xt! !br:' "rl commodious tavern tamt tLc .

II i iveer my individual exertionslathuuso STEER, marknl with a ;.m. oth rrojt ( !1"; ( n tor tin.! f plion: of fraveIct.iid! Boardirs.Tiiis Fresh Drugs and Chemicals. |J 1 .;:-t--; ::1 the city If Tallahassee, situated on : 1
uid a swal1w1i.rk t on tc! right ; bmnR I llSl>! >ni'rpt Ad"m'Htrt''t and public tqitarc
iiided I ,
as >know( they are wnli : IJOTML i->;ii ;? '-u Mi".rm-svti! next doortoC. tronts ; p
tiC De It.,' L. j!!ljed to he five old and I Amm1' them rre Pcrm'iannd otLrr Barks, Q.ui.uiir.Tiperinr JJffiwli as the Planter's Hotel, the building -.
years ; aipihiiv ] .
-1 ujsiL-sruiy; fellow citizen*, should I IH C, & !IL "NV. V.'ii!! n.s, in a poMticii as neaily! I : the capnol.quarc
% l 11m.I I rDanruVI.Jams :: Ul ofBack! P'prerIorphine,1mo. .7 frtt A.Unis-sirett and 40 feet on
u.< Kiiiitt-J central t'n' l b'iine anil tIt' the City .Ii1"llhi (
ap, ol success ; the couse of my fiiltre : iwlf.an' !- Siiejril' ) and \Vm. Filco-ks IIP worth to | opui.i'i- n extract ufKahiRcafcaid ti - : In c- the I IliIt.: Sir\cIiiiineLupuline two tory :: ,
bcf.cl!* cf i 'nd is no Its- (i'ahic! : fir purj -
;: tj be irjced obstacles ; ; ; \aIuabU Las latelv
to almost in- vend >!lar:-The ow ncr isd-\sirrd! tojiio.r propawdt. r..Y I i.c a SPECIFIC DIIOPSY( icinoM of the .1Ir..untl: "it! a I.0rt4:0n both fronts, and
? 'C of a jiulilir'- *'', by itaoiiipl-j! tizt- aiil ci i.inwdious -
\\ not to those ri 63. .
rn>r arrummut,
: : c, rn' ponlent'h It( I has, i in this; partCUir :._ :"klt.r"t, ll 2.? 33 3f. I In.uditi! to'tl::es' atlvaijtajts, tLunderMirn- Weaver, &c. fet'"-oiiton the capitol square has been &< ;pirst
Iltajc. I betrayed a ;pn-jmbct', mucn strontnn JOSEPH LADD: I -d isdeterniincd to merit the patronage of the public, Also Lemon Dl'Or Pontrefact cake Story of which is brick,,he second -

.r : has' vr hi-en matiiiested by tIle Heel 3 I. whiHi he tikes!:.. nl'ra..iJl1 peoiful'y' to solicit, by Ipecac, Toln Horehound, ) .Peppermint The'aboVc: expressly fir '
lY.1.y constructed
: II.
:oJ.cn thc l''eret tovrVds.Your }I'dj -v I nnI.i.nitti.tI alll'Ii'! drr:: .':t-d io the comfort and ciiov- I Lozpnges.JujulH-Pa"te, for Coughs and Colds, Tolh- propprty c whole length .ct
:lld Yu r D:JJJll1G dmins the
ibt -rrv't I of l his tand the moderation yid j tncl kotrei/s celebrated rcu.dtill" the Cholera Morbus tavern, having room .
i > ,Mf'llf.s! I lr .11, \JISs.!" .) inent irus : by > : 1 building, large and convenient sitting rooms, .
tf his ihurcs.At sale Ltmon Syrup, the new
JA.MES JADSDEX. 6 ,nics CnwkrryVaie, n ;l1ltrit .v Bowel Complaint c. Also.For ; Attached to said house, isa 'large UV I
found the best which Warranted Pure which chambers, &c. 4.
his table, wjlinlAay.sbc f supeiior )3
loo 4i t J Iron 1I. uIzls: very kitchen 39 feet by 23 feet. The upper story
.. IhcU1trhctmdajJ.ctlltc1lmlrr arTord, his bar will be .x ill:! be sold by the Gallon or Dozen at ]New York story house awoke
50 IJ1 ;. Pork (M'-ss clear and prime,) laid off in for servants, wash .
7h Ox r 4.0'\r.D-This I beautiful: amminilaleihjn. 10 Htb. BACON, siiprjlied; with: n variety the choicest liquors, and fohN .:rices. 'l'losarticle contains no Nur.ic or. SCLPIIC and rooms failing well of water in the: yard' u
"tables l'riell'nl and attentive O.stkrs are -- : other: deleterious DHUGS, of \\hicl house, a never
cxl pnvidcd. ACID, or Adams-sit. ;
50' : FnsJi! FLOE Ti ic on
i, 3360 pounds) is now to be seen at Juice and Lemon in our mar- the same!lot is twosinalihotises fronting
: of the Lime afcne ; t
t.st the
II 50 ;! WHISKEY offices. Near
I Irtj pp
I vine street. lie was raided in 10 ccs Cheese, should view this public and 1lattcr3nI1otlceaS a men In consequence of the difficulties I with a property tine yard for carriages, kc. The whole of 1.0 t

B'I"d'Teton. f f\. .1.1 ] I by Dr. KWICR and i i&"nsidered 30 fl.: MACKliRCL( i formuh prescrilx-d by cuhtom on such occasions.call and judge'J l lit ,ave experienced} in making collections. and the imossibilitv above property will be soldentire, and is now under a. 1
invites them to sub
one of the most beautiful neat cattleeIhlllted :3 lii'es Osnabur, for proprietor theniselvpsby respectfully I actual cxiicrimcnt.Novem I: of continuing to furnish medicines on long lease uutil the 1st October 1833, and will be sold j

ever in this 30 Jhztn Boitlcd Cider, u rS,1.4l 1L C. ASHTON. redits as low as I have sold them during the pas jtct to saId leaSl'
cityCourier.tractof Livcrp. Salt, 1.1 Sacks and in LulK, !< 12tf j :vcnr-I find it necessary to make a distinction be- At tHe same tine andplace will be offered a houseatI '

"/.\ /;. ul' various, kinds, Leon Superior Court. wen punctual and negligent customers. On all sales lot onJefhrson-strett, which has constantly been

Fresh OUVi OIL, credit from this date by special agreement, and is convenient busfness
,11 ; except occupied as a store, very G _:
letter to thc Editor of the Globe, BUTTED C&2CKCRS, JAMES:: .OGILVIE, ) ATTACHMENT.EDWAUD nd except on sales to Physicians and Merchants, Also a lot of grourd containing about 80 acres, wen '

dated Lard, Bter\ 5 ho procure their supolics of me, 25 per cent above timbered and watered, and is within three miles of town

PHILADELPHIA And an addti(ml supply of KLEIN. he cash prices, will be charged. As this additional in a thickly settled neighborhood. -
Feb. 25, 1832. A LL Persons are hereby requested to take notirt' sole of covering the named is 1-4 ox
Dear UlnD 1 iTm Large is made for the purpose Terms o'f sale on the first property
Sir :-j am pleased] to | Which offered .that the above uit has bern COlmneu.:( by attathmcnt. be the balance in '
: 0scrvc that| a withw- r.n r .t>s> i.m 0. arc ('X z xpcnses and losses on long credIts-it will always the purc1lasen10ncy to Lc paid in hand, .
ffsoIJ1 ha been offered, in the home of trcmely low fur :1 S 11, COTTO.\, or HIDES.TnjrnnIin and that the .said writ has been duly issued I I I icductid on accounts which shall be paid within nine three equal annual payments, tearing an interest oi

Reprt''iCntilt'c3 h to enquire into: the trafIacInof \ Ariil i I 3d l 182. 33 tf.NewStore B. P. COOPER, Attorney. :nonihs from the time they commence. 8 per. cent, purchaser giving approved security. On V i
\iarda20 31 4w E. B. PEItKIS.Tallahassee the terms are, 1-2 In
named ,
last property's
the I the two
bank of the in m
United Slates. It i Qoincy.Tl.ifc. ,t bcaring
32 ,
1 due FLORIDA. March 28tb 1P32. hand, and the balance in twelve
to the )rt'inroof this subject, that Subseti>tr!> htg iea\c t<, "J.1 .at.ieci ... ..s.ef same interest as above with Rood security. r

I the people' of this country should b- made Cjounty and its \ici.iuy I thai they have Gadsden Superior Court. Reward.QJTOLEN Sale, to bommence at 2 o'clrck at the capitol squre. -
acLflted '
stoic.'n: this wJtc'rcnll be' $100 RA.\lSBURG,
i with the opened: a pl. cc always ELIZAUE1H \l'llLL.'t"S. ) LEWIS .
manner in which the bank tlmrida +rlmem of Seasonable Goods such as (
good nits A .
CUME T. the t.l
been TT for executors.
I Subscriber the 17tliS Agent
conducted from the on 27tds
sQ before any further steps DRY'GOODS, GROCERIES, JOHN M'MILLAN. ) 21st 1832. to 1is
aU { who called February
be last a man '
of by
taken to renew the charter. Many HARDWARE, CUTLERY, JOT1CEU i is hereby Given of the institution of th February ;JCP The Georgia Journal will please copy the a- %

cs have been made against this institu- CROCKERY, 4. GLASS-\VARC, l' aJove suit, by process attachment. I himself Parks, my negroSampson .JlT'C three weeks and forward the account to this o. ii

tit articularty of SADDLES, BRIDLES, &. &c. C. II. DC PONT, .-11$.fur Plaintiff. DCC. :
late )'car. It has been The W1)CdCOf k bich'will be snld '
as cheap) as theycan March 2d 1532 31 6w built, and'
'ndI1 Mulatto stout
asserted, that the directors of tho be purchased this far fNU1l'\avit-r:1tion. They invite CO3IMISSHNKR'S OFFICE } free a bright Parks, is about square twenty-h" WOTICE.-BENJ. MELLICHAMP,
rk bare their friends'and thc in general to call and spoken. il l the Medical College of'harieston
applied the public of
property of the United Tallahassee, Feb. 14th 1832. tWOTIGE ":ars of age, slim and light complectioned.! He pasted M. D., a graduate
for themselves. solicit share his friends and
judge They respectfully informs
and is South Carolina,
of the time since and su;
stockholders Tallahassee some
the in subsidiz- of the public trtu1.le. TAYLOR & KLEIN.auincy is hereby given to all, pert through I will give the ahoy' .'public, that he will attend punctually to the van-
press ir
been vario 8 parts of the country.- Aril jd 1832. n33 tf. .1, indebted for the purchase of lotts n&Qtfeh\ .ard"dC6; have the gone and confinement oft!.. .,MS duties of his profession, -whenever called upon.

or.la admitted, recently, by the printer N. H. The storage and COMMISSION BUSINESS of Tallahassee, and addition'to the same, that unlc lief iP for jail apprehension so that he can be .brought to JU: Ic may c found at General Searcy's farm...-We.e .
". will be carried OB as usual at St. Marks. lie amounts due be into this office on or bcfortlic fe-tni.fiG
kin :f>crin Philadclphii that he had paid .ice Ave dollars for the sl:1ve. residence of Captain T.W. Seabrook,a
'. teceired $1700 for T. & K. first day of March next, the1 commissioner by virtue .r } ROBERT BROWN. from Tallahassee March 13th, 1882.306n?" '

. ott printing.Mr. 1\l'Duffie's of an act of the legislative council, will be corn* 1' 1 a32 333t. .
editors !!otftt. Jon Georgia, April 3d. '
t County,
Laui have likewise been suspected pelled to place the same in the hands cf the Distric FRESH DRUGS & MEDICIMiS.

become the advocates of the bank, ALL persons lining k-uivuJ* against William Attorney for collection. T. R. BETTON, : I SALE-A fin Just received, .a large and complete assortment '
, Dscqueure defeated, an requested to present them, Commissioner of the city of Tallahassee. : FOR: which will be !
of f f fresh and medicines sold
large loans \ drugs
received iron
. from by without delay, duly authemi audor they will be February 14th 1832. 26tf ; perpendicular ;
the bank. The bank has also been b irrtd by law. Those inch bcd wIll make immediate mill .and three copper boile wholesale or retail, low for cash by
'Pcted of having speculated in payment to DAVID! L. WHITE, Executor. BILLS OF LAING-Just prine summers, ladles, & JOHN P. DUVA1-. :JOSEPH LADD D31igJf., ,:
so deeply Franklin i county, April 3d 1822, 3$ 8\v. d 1 and for sale at thiis Office,. February 7t. 183 25u. Magnolia. January 17th 932 '


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w .-' --., .".. t- ..-.'".vu. .ct'9t1 utraro't* nliouf for 1 iVr'fact)

"'oW' ,-- ,..ltl.,. ....u .\.b. & (U4&Cy.TaIhL1A1.4ue I 'A1\.1,) & UATN, Clerk. I ally, reports which yet remain monuments olthuir that it was PO framed upon ?be} .dvf" of .

A41.1A 1-.11 't t.f j I I ; Juno 20, tit. 8tSiI January nth t8$ Jm >rolun l wisdom, ajjd caiot to fee cou-,,I proauasat iuza asw Wed, vil tkoIII viev

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i' f : QUINCY ACADEMY. It..TOTI CE.-The subscriber has

flails Irisiitution will be for the reception of 1., mted .'\0, Blake ap- tT6tIieLdIes kt COTTON. flOT
open iK> ale: Esqr. ot Tallahassee his White
JL unttTeethE .both and
a .
Pupils the first in ornament -- -'
on Monday of July next, under lUiroey with; full powers tofceule and closo the late blearing: The'beat Meantfbfihelr; &
: the fciiprrintendcnce of Mr H. K.: M'Chntock.A firm of Butler and Andrews. 'All demands againstsaid food in the advantage u to ,,HO
of tto' -
1IS 17
large and 1831.
commodious edifice is now nearly completed firm be
1 must presented to him.-and all debts due ,BRITISH JWT1SEPTW .
in the pleasant and healthy village of Uuincy, said firm paid to him 'or his authorised ,No DEJVTIFB1CE. -
This '
I I where and in the attorney elegant Tooth Powder with little ose
vicinity of which good boarding other person in Tallahassee, has authority to 'a very U1GUI..Aa PA
any eradicates the
can be obtained in respectable families. meddle in with the : sc yyinthe gums, andpr venta the ac. :
concerns of said .
In this cumulation of Tarter, which not blackens' bat joSJPE
Seminary, young men will be prepared for A. C. BUTLER. onljr LADD TO NEW
Admission loosen the teeth and accelerates their The
the study of into any of.college the liberal in the United States, or for Tallahassee March 13th 1832 302m Dentrifice thus removes the prevailing causes decay.of offensive 'Vill purchase 400 bales cotton. As it isfbr the .

t The strictest any attention will be professions.paid to die morals and breath. preserves the healthiness and floridness of Northern market, S Bales and the best quality I Ji12.01U.E.AR

: o foanners of the pupib,and to pre entextr.lvt\gantand WOTICE.-KERR & *Le grims. and render the teeth beautifully white. will be prefered. He has erected a large and convenient :i:

', t unnecessary expenditures, .funds entrusted to the treasurer I request all those indebted to thp k '3 Price 50 cents. ware-house at Magnolia, and is prepared THE new and substantial sclttw-..

i4 t I or the principal, will be strictly applied to thew rcountpreious to the January'lSard Elone[ are genuine unless signed on the outsidetaper to do all kinds of Storage and Commission busi- Captain CHESTER
'i. I I purposes, anti within the limitations ''rlb.. and settle the same on or before the Ist r by tbebole proprietor T. KIDDER, ess-will make advances in cash if required of client accommodations, will run durins baiu(

t The principal of the institution is a gentleman of li- next, as longer indulgence dnnot be givent- J Phis icessortotbGlSte Dr. W. T. Cos WAT.- three fourths its value on Cotton deposited with season as a regular Packet between M

: : 4 beral education, and has acquired considerable experience Tallahassee, February 7th 1832. ; Counting Room over No 99. Court. him for shipment. He will ship to Boston, New- New-Orleans. Goods will be taken on boa"notit
r and .et. near Concert Hall Boston and also' by his ded at Sb
reputation in his profi-ssion. spe- Marks if ,
DRHUNTER appointment E.: B. York, Baltimore, Charleston, or New-Orleans. The Captain;
a The distinguished healthiness of the village and the by PERKINS (No 2) ficicntly encouraged, intends to
I cheapness of boarding, are anion: the many advantaes -!. WUNiU 1r UA: Y iTQ Druggist.rallahasaee. Magnolia, January 17th 183:. ,2 tf this trade, and promises the utmost remain pennan-.

I afforded by the location of this institution, and the By the use ol Dr. HunterV inestimable "::1..perJn February 24tb 1631. 27tfRLiMhDY j01tE NE' GOODJi. ness entrusted to his charge. For freight Alttntiq to
4 Trustees of either sex. if they carefully follow the or .
have every reasonable assurance that the FOR RHEUMATISM. apply to the Captain on board. .
*ie # .. .character of the institution will merit liberal very valuable plan and copious Direction! mpanving !cnolia, December 20th
patronage I excruciating pin-the decrepitude and defor- the of received in this 1831
from the them, are enabled etfeclually tu eradicate: A I THE AMONG great variety good 18tJ
: public.The CERTAIN DISEASE, and to restore lost and the premature old age which are the season, and which are offered low for Middle District of Florida, Jetiuson
health. co.
terms of Tuition in the Mathematics and Lan. with ease safety and certainty in a few days udual attendans of the disorder, are suffered by many cash, there will be found, at the new store of the subscriber ED\VI W. DORSEY, At.tacluntnt.AJ
-p .guages 10 dollars
,' are per quarter. ar:: The extensive sale and % from despair of a care or disappointment in the efficacy No. 3 Exchange-street, a choice lot of fancy n: }
Mt of interested
.p ; In the unexampled success
English department 2.1 class gli< 2, of the THOS. I. are
per qT. numerous pretended antidotes effect ibis 'IIlTE.
this Medicine, in this and other cities and to Cloths and Cassiniers, a part of which they will mention ed to take not e -
; J 3d do $: 00) per do. towns the principle purpose. But those wlio have made a fair trial of by attachment has been instituted in .
throughout Union. the
Payable at the end cf i for the last fifteen years- j aboTe
the term, v. the DH.
subscription JEBB'S CELEBRATED GEO. T.
't is lor during which i i' was #aiisfaclorily prepared by Dr. Con- LINIMENT I Super blue, crape Finished, Broad Cloths, WARNER, Att'y
a longer terra than one quarter. \vay. irjcontesMbly that when used with the INJLCIION even in cases of longstanding. and of he most severe do. Velvet do. January 2hh 1' 32. fOrlbELLl.NU
j. Application for admission to be made to the Trtas- prove i c character hate rectivedcert'tin relief and have Patent finished Black do. t33tt
i Wesfof
:, POWDERS, it effects a thorough and many ( England) OFF LOW FOR CA
\ '.; ... f'I'frer. speedy cure of that dreadful disorder, denominated the ;j i (been cured in a few days, some in tJ4 bourn! aa numj do. fine Olive, do do do. PRODUCE.KERR H A. J

JOHNATIIAN ROBINSON Scourge of the Human Race. j f' |her of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were for do Cinarnnnlrovn, do.
; I
# C. II. DU I'll NT, ,merly afflicted with Rheumatism have testified Bottle &
The PILLS \er) fully dlt. STUltGES
are accompanied, "'henth ,
i cage requires -
\. desirou
; .i NORWOOD ,
1* I Certificates in the
II. it. with the INJECTION PONDERS and' are possession of the Proprie'tor Saxony blue do. change) their present line of tQ
WOOTEN busin
HENRY CERATE: the e constitute a most pO\fl'rfulmedicinc. !!. proving the most tlioroac.li and surprising cores by Lavender Drab, and Dove colored Cajimer,, off by wholesale! or retail, their
4 6" .- By order GEE. pplicable to the vuiom states of this Protean dis. r- mean* of this powerful LINIMENT. incases where A variety of silk Vesting, (new patterns.) consi-rmg of a penenil assortment present stocicf
I of the Bonn?, tier. I'uland! I other approved app'icatioiis' had utterly faded. The Flag handkerchiefs do. suited to tfae
: (I .1 plain directions with a popular tieatisp. I Pungee sumj>tion of the country, Viz **
,, 1 # JAS. A. DUNLAP Liniment is
also iwd with
i-'crr'y. for White
succe Bruise" and
: explaining the o SpraititNumin. fancy cravats, Groceries
; >ariuu-< symptoms, and the mode ofi' and liquors,
,Jjli. 19Ui H 'J1. Dry-Goods
; : ay e 39-llwif. treatment, accompany each (box, tlfl that persons of'' '. ""!. StitFne of the Joint.. Chilblains: Ac. 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, domestic, Hardware &c.. Liverpool, Foltip b

REFERENCES. either KCX may cure tl>.-mf lvs. j Price _:.0>.centa_ boulpf _ ?_- _.- do doGcntlcneens' Bosoms, hats and shoes, saddlery,castings &c. ClUtkery''IIt

TIIOS. RVNDAL, Jefferson County. (Price of the (Pills ;$1 1 a box ; the Injection Powders !1 Damfries Water I silk & Merino half hose, "npral.1\.eortmtnt rf prny? f"t\
WM. JJ. NUT ALL, Leon. and Cerate .r>() edits each.) )f eye do Cotton and AntT'J11do t3tt

:, PETER ,Y. GAl-l !IFR, .1..1.11. HF P.ep-ir t liuru, the oricinal% R olpo ,.* MSof] For S'-TC or inrlamed' Kyes.: /'I\PH .nnnediateeaeand Silk and silk Velvet Stocks, latest t llhion9.In NEWGOOiiJOSEPh
; itiy 'iae I> : i I relief'I >n recent sort eyes the effect i is most salutary addition the above ;
Or rv to offer
.: s.TteT1SFS! f.J ;.1f'n ".'II!):,'. ; i. l o w.\Y. by luol IUIl: :1clfJalcOut- I they a splendid assort-
r ..Cf1'f trt ,. t I Jco i.or. and tlie Sol Proprii-it.r. T. KIDDl'K: nf'' \\herptlipconipliinthas been of years standing and mem of Ready made Clothing, mamifacted in the In- : -
'. '" : \ .:. t. i j \\ 1.011hpy} m.\) bo had at his Count i : I otm. i in in oin e\c<*fiu! p bid Ct1 the most unrxpect* d and test style, the work and materials of which they war ;

1 :II \ .i' a fcfttioii 01) hntiii.H.ut3; 1-2 Chamber,, oyer No. fj next door to J KIUDrlft'i! :? df-ira 'l. r-licf been found in the u
t" ti', .1 j Drup) ; Sinre corner of Court nud Ilanovir Mreets. \ n/icr/ everv other remedy had failed. Many brown, Cinamon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks!
a: fro 11 1 :'llaiu.vfcir. I f wjjir'.i! :l.(rti i i- '. tr I have used s ,
I'CHi'"IS'ho it. it the I best af3noIL: (
litm: Coucut (Hall.! I!>KUII.; and also b ins pro.iounc pre..aralIIII j; dn Pant &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk dittos
I. t .'. aen'd! 1 .1".j,\. '. as '-cn v.'v' rc'uJ\\tlln; 1 f< r, th-1\' m.;nt, (rog..tllt'r"ltlt all tlio!c othf-r \aluabit) :appjiut'v *) .Medicirics for il.ei'e! complaints they have ever met with, e |{ Valencia and Marseilles, all of which they will sell; H.-\.S received by the schooner
Wi a oi1 l 1.1' j
y'.trs na: : ii _- J in {kr
1'Iihltl'f" 4 aa prepared the iaU> : pecially cases sorene oi tnflamalion of long standiii :U\\ for cash. II. B. t
I by Dr COVWAV,' & J. B. BULL Webster
by ,
I f' ,rii.o, :; .r$, k Ita: .b., ;,1.. :'Ii>U h" I.I'1lI"j Frier 'JG epnt a bottle. November t and sloop Splendid, a
:,;: Tl.ta'r.c I E.:: B. PURKINS.o.G( ) 1831. 14tf stock fir ort1lernpfldll'e. fOmFIete
n- I l.xnd t ,, *
'C.n"d in None t Groceries
4 t'v UlVpt'C'3 : are K"nuinoun! j s signed on the out side Dry-GfIOd&
1 j 4 BliipN". I 1. & X#: .Ini.isc'c'IIn13\1 ; I ..'.h .-.wl V. ('s-:, T;lhht'icc.p: 131.: DtvCCGlST i printed wr.ip er. by the' sole proprietor. T. K1DDKR. I't Anwng' which l art Liverpool salt] mackerel, (N.t

1" J" \nl..rm'rlfol.! u./it'J l hy R. J. Ua-kl y, I s-qr-per-, *.* t )Hj(icce>.ort-> the late Dr. W T Cos WAY : WANTED: I-um, Irish potatoes, sted oat, in sacb-3ISptlf.! )
none genuine Bellows'
: .. i .. wUhing topui'chas'.' iJr 1'(11ill) ; !SIMM ai>-1\ \r. ten .i uaturc of T Iii D II ire iiR the without 'the writ For "iie at liis Counting Room over JSo. 99. ("'Ult ., WCD a vD aisrs'' i I en ouM printed pails, large lot of tin
f' t ; JAMKSM'.ML-LilN. I I \\ rapper.j : ; street. war ('lutcrt Hall. Boston, and al'O! by bin spej di -.r-fis and m'.r'H_ !. fl. B. .%' J. B. B. I best ware, iron and steel plou
t fllf Tnllaiinssre. February 1,1.11 1 1-32.: iiG'fP j cial appointment, by L. B PLRKINS Rye Gsn wines, coffee, Tobaicoo.'var: \
1 f ; l N. pur: !h'\t.s rane' Hi'0fmmo.'p4ud: with tin1 j (tJ__A larsfsr d'ount' to tho-c! who bay lo ?eil ignr 1 I I Th-uit.(No.3)) J. 6. & N. HAlfl.LEN !;f Bhcksmhh's Took, with improved patent; Virts
t j <\\' I.n.: nalf 1'11"111 much Srt.vrrsrt' df'tft ii t'fI --fFU. ; Taqab, o very extensive assortment Hardware Inr I
'S i j : t.p. Marclt3, 131. t>cif. MAVli j >i received by lute urn''- J rv.moo tic Good. :. a".NVf.. ..",...,__. -, r. h_ !
'f AJI.kUIVA.N ii.iiO lI L. I II D .:.tti: DJ i I -- New-Vrrlr. cim-s, Paints, -J-: r-Bottled.o --- ''' vm M ft If 5.Ja .a'&
4 g 1J4 N' I&W:1l. -c. cider ofv
ol f th" in .th"lCluU" Qm ery?ood !
: 1Oll s (11I111'"IA1.i"IIII( ij-e 31 J. I Table salt in small boxes Raisins qiait7,
.Vriiici.i for the -ure cf that c.i-.s! 'f i\I! i theLch b gins-, Osnaburehs, hats, shoes Lale'rop;, CfX
I'rat' 111.:1.Olt.heul ,Bonnet
I ( ti., au iml'un' a!,' (.f L.t" H"O\VI.VnR invrieidte hr.nr's an J ei' nsivc ,etc.-.it"
in one application 2000) Pair : of
Ncsro assortment
t. ,.%. aid shot iiio fancy goodsclothing.
111 \it.au-J; habit ol (hlilv. s unu .ran7, and
anal ready
u"I1:1IIl'xllr. M. and r
fi no danger fiom taking cold Dum- 500: .
by using Pieces
r ItlI!;: tieri< Negro Cotton I-.II tams
: I ; 'e\t-i in the 'form of .ttolalant-'uI.I'um.. ,
IJ I J t t"i-: !' i liniment. Tii! < Ip''aralllllfor pkasantnec.i.t.ty. 500 j Po. \'ult'nCI'Jth..udSn.tintU5"! He has two schoonerswhich he
h'-pri.ay. t.nllhHlJ < I tevr calculates to
ire r'orfs ran le.
.' :h.' liics ; .' .- } *irn \\ljet >'II expedition. a.e and certainty, stands unriv.ilit'd 100 l'u. do. Point Blankets iween this place and New-York during this
ii lcti.d.
White ,
) \\<>!Iil. !(:if nppln-il i f-tt the nf $sscB.
; cni- thi-i and
troublesome havins
it '. coinplr.int.! It i is M> 100 Do. RoMik Duffile : erected a new ware-house
\MI; [)Jr'ib't: Lillil. nt.) FiMil and do., is ready to tski
't I I4.-tua'f.!: Ulcerri piI, iisweii, a c'-rtam in its
operation as to cure this 20? Bales Domestic 'rotten on Morale, and liberal
-.4! < l.d! ; Sheetings & &c advances it
i : fp yes jc.shl Head in children. !CI.IHl1I1' .: .ealiled.Mjrdfr Shirtings, on and t to
: Ii-agr! ; most: iu hour's purchase
: ; s. orbutic effectually one ip 13 Dozen V od 1 Hats in a lirge amount. Will
rtJul. I'.nij !",41! ,v'uihui.rlf'd pay a liberal
: ; ; I'area. fer-U-nn ; \Ji'.lC'! itlull OIHV f fIt t)r sand! pru i
5n') ( skins
fi? ? Subscriber 'llf| 11111,. )t.t \inctial Stripe & Plaid Domestics, Dceeiah.r 13th )1SJ1
infrtns h' laiut.-j. ; itt
t I YJ1E respectfully frientt.'s' : thnuighout the ljodv. in dyps not contain the least particle of or ISO Do. ((4

4r', ; Ji. tnd the public {reii rally, that hr Lets remtd ihflar. fails.$Iei J l.-ir-t cnfu tin! dropi, ofti-n cure. when mercun ; nd i.'r dangerous ingredient, and may be applied mercury with cotc1r-......Ban n9'- <. n.,.....,_ DO <'fu'S WILLIS & H&
; } Tiny ;ire aUo the bc
comm Klious l-nilding CJl1 ihcVcst side of tl.rCn.iol >t Spri: g und Autumnal ; perfect< '
by lemales. DOLPII
s ( Palely at'
pregnant or to {
44. -'quarc.r.rml'rJv"ccuI.ipdasa :l\'ri1t'JoJ.I'' ,phvfric to purifyMid cleanse. Ihe rv
\, ; \ D' --vncr. The House fiaving under;..nc a thi-rfi-!] which :frequently appear at these M'-ISOIII of ihe v '>ai ]Price. :37 1.', centi a box. with directions j NATIVE ;! practice of MEDICINE, offer their profcssk,
I .r. ;1 \ PC-pair, will bv ready for the reception 01 n,' nkrs and I j riiy; also! aid tinpncivsof dif" :i iOfl. and. hv puriftln I ample j jDUMFRIES services to the citizens of Tallahassee and its TJ.

:' Visitors on the 13tli inst. tli! blood. prevent the t-wtionof malignant humours REMEDY FOR THE PILES I 150 Bbls. Will.-KEY, cinity. i heir office Ls the former banking

T: t'. 'f ;. JOHN "or}' REAVK.s.Tallahassee. of the lun '!. 'I he proprietor confidently: relies. upon I The proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he f 50 Half do. old do. January; 3d 1832. room.
., Nov. :l..e \a..t iii-mbf-r of does t with the fullest Ion Bbl> f'uP( rfiO New Wheat FLOUR 2Otf
19. Ife31. urpnsm; cuii's !effrti bv, 'he.e I confidence) on* of the -
Lit I- Drops, not eiily in L! and it mostalu'l 100 Coil BALE ROPE C1)atlrs E. :1)ttu1au

\ NE' STOKE: .ut the I'non: .fur t.e! Lest proof of t--eir excellence ttlluuh.1: ;i IS !j complaint. V\ ithout going into detail, he e- 100 Pitcc.s heavy Kentucky BAGGING, ATTORNEY AYT LA\V.:

k. .I I IN TALLAHASSEE. :'11 onfaitiii;: nltetatuf medicine, in all thu cas*s alnive j jji noiigli] to 3V. he has in his possession the most un I 1 10,000 Ll.s. Middling Shoulders( AiCOY 'UTILL Practice tlie:
in Couris
-cified. This artic! has rocpnt'y' been i doubted testimonials that it .has 5 Hhds. Canvassed 7/.2.VS, W" of*fl" Distnie ars}
more completely in
pronnuncei. answered
I Jackson
1 a L t:! THE Subtrribor baa taken ;V IM-UM: next (!oor tr 11\' a Physician; of the fir-t ie-ectalnfilv.; u l It., had Wit I the purpose for which it is intended than 50 Boxes Kegs best Riclunond TOB.iCCO, is on Jefivrson County ;'. est Florida. His(Met

; ;I & M. AllAiISTEAl\. und L lIIJlhi;. iM'rsed its Mirpriipg: ttic.I'a.: i.itetl.: in bis opnlon. -- 'I other popular medicine any 20 Du, Porter and .U.E, N. B. All Street, opposite that of the Register.
.'11 t t:I &large and general ., ofGROCERIES I,, to take the load uf all the popular niticlcs; known This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application 10 D.zenClIin' & Cos. XES, with the strictest of writing tnil be draW

: :' f p ; for th.; al..j\e complaints'! and indeed! it is |last: gaining i I to all conditions: ages and sexes. Full directions _100 BJGS SHOT. Tallahassee attention to their legal accuracy.
!I i ihis point ii! public estimation, thllludlOlIl cf June 20, 1829. 33t!
f the countrv. description tbe complaint ,\c. accompany each "
'tlij LIQUORS, &; (Price $1 I a bottl.?, or G botties! 'for .*Z,.) packet, which consists of two boxes. Ointment and DR. LANGLEY I A i'iMLMSTUATOK'S >TO'.IC:--All pnm

I. DRY-GOODS. I D) \ i'i'si.; : \, OR 1 l.NDiGLSilON. I:]ectuary. IVice. $1 for the whole, or 50 cents i I' iLL continue to reside at 'lllItict:1&,/, l"rum, I drew having Rushdec'd.claims against the 'tate of the late Aa

;.41 Of ;: I.r 4anding.: nrd of the but one of the article svanted.a' Y whence he wiii nttend fo >rofl-a3."il __ are require to present. them Mi
obstinate n .
amnc; \\h.cu at'; t!.c :.1\ :;; r. ''i':1. :, mo characu nny | g.utI- ---.4 .I.: tl. ..J1LI.S'__ __,
IKH: t.' "I iininediatciy relieved and often None are gonuinne; unless signed on the outside within Jeffer&tm or either of the adjacent counties. they will be P' Those -J
r Double: r .ncd Lo u" ; t' .i'i!: .n'ernr "VVl.itc. permain rcver barred. indebted! to aid
r,; ,?j W:rv r I..n.l 1.\ 'JrlCtlcr .a.- uno lr;" n-Sugar. :1't t!." t. ,(I. variety) of ca-es that have occurred printed vvrappet. by the sole proprietor, 1'. KIDDER I| January. 1832.__ 20tfLAW estate are requtsicrl to rod immediate payment.

I. i 11. \'"n.'r'I"'I'y: in ii .t n aii'i Viriiiit\: iiy u mp 'f.:.ra iort tmi'. I i immediate succ fFfr to the late Dr. \\ T. Co w'.- NOTICE. LEAH RUSH. ?
H I Df Relic's! V"-;"-t.ibie ft'jjecitic and aUli. illoD'I F.>r sate at IIH Counting Room, over No 99, Court LIOKELFLErCIiER $
I Administrator.
j !
tt ; e.i: :::: : Yt.un[ Hvs.-n, li>" i' -n FcuchcngFRESiiTEAS. Pill. both ; Conceit STONE, will! practice in the Courts
.t.f.Ia.. [
r ; < :i ate to he taken h. f'lIN.! nccordnC -liret near Hall. Boston and also! bv his CHARLES Leon County, Felronry} Hth 133*. 2 6v
i ; to \-uu.i'!.!'fc {H.It1! and pnictical din-cti-nitj accoui- I! special appoiuuncut, ny E. B. PLRKINS. (No. 4) Jackson, Washin'tcnand Walton 1
1. t t it ;par.inpiln' >,-. citic Biirt'i'fceiitFcai J h. DRUGGIST rountien m the Territory of Florida. His office is atNovemr.tr WOTICE.-The undersigned has

4j} Il.uf.un.: ) jy: .v'Kc ..e genuine iivsii: -i jri'ed: on th, otit.i !lr Talalnl.ec! March I 10th 1631. 9tf. CO g I 1lb 'We-st l'lcritLt. .
't !. 1'_ 4.., P 1.11, \iC, IJ.d k, in h\lihnl'cls. II.IoIf'riWt;!r'j1.'r. bvilif !u.e; ;prniri..torT K1DDLR.< -2?, 1331, 1 tIf. I t 11.. o eii appointed agent and attorney in fact fo t
I r i.J hck d, ><\2.1.1 whrle ( do. .. I. GraitlanJandFarrish Carter, and the hellS
I : quarter $Hiitn.Ji.icsuccrs: 'i to the :atc Di. \\ T. CUSUAX G. & N. 11.1'lL.E11ave.; Charles \\ iUiinst'n
and is
J with the
f ;: -:, Ss d< v-( ry line: in quarter uo.FresiiLcai Tor) haif; lit I in Couiitinz llo.in. SELLINGOFF CM
> ON0. .U' to uit I of their lands in Florida. All
just forwame
It I LJIM, io-.jfn Butter Go hln chtcfc.f > persons are
4. II et. n>-ar Coticert ll.iii, liuMnii., .
; IIC: ni<, |liy ln< % "- I from the .
250 >acks committing waste
und on
Allum-SALT and those
p same desui.n
resli C't.d.-: '."ii ili--, Ctd\li-li, F\'ot. h j i rriiu-s, cial.-ipjointment.! by L.; B. I ,
\ Sptrm Cauilcs, >. ;ner strained Sperm Uil, PLhKl(1'0.. I 1)) ; LO' FOR CASHa 15 Pieces larc Size Culler Mill STONE, ; to rent niav. djso on application the subscribe
Dru t
: tiwcciOJ, New; YorkIrivd; Uit', Tallahassep I) Feb. 17. ]._31. rgi.-t I 20 Kesgs Tobacco ;-A15n: ('n hand, THOMAS BALTZELLVebbviBc
2Gtf. 23 Bbls. Superior New LOUR: Fefcniary I Kh 183.FOR 2ftf
4 Lix'eryjool liiiUicliiiiunJ t -- &Jl. \ n _oJ:1ln.l; ( )l"1J,. -- I rlf' I IE s\i cribcr, his new store, corner of JeffVrfi ,
E: to.s. Duality[ 4flc\, ing Tobacco, ; ; .t1. \ ami .l ii'iin-e-s.'rcets 50 PLOWS, I
Tot those offers for sale LO the SALE
afiiicUMivitli ) to close
: 100 BarrcU COU
I I'e.j p'\I1! l t1 and hiif. pinisi .'.- '(.irs. t JI11 I 1 :.. ,'ii' ml, ciimiiasomc assortmentof tire follow in ,
.i J.jiidi 11-i.oins celebrated, Albio'. Corn Piaslei T ? ', 50 Ditto WHISKEY. t..
( : : t.-; l'ruiI"lll, "rd T11K ;lt1irdQin"f:1l1t I 'ic<- a. .! s the iivst reduced fIr ch
t (. Prices ; : V.ignolta. Ft';. -2 ih 55 Uarrtb Sweet
and 11332.
1, ffith t\\.U tty"'! 'Mhcr j.I"i.r; !n'ry article mtln' at ti.l :atIl(' tuiii: diA>otvc" .lIu! "Iat \\;- 2tf. Superfine FLOUR,
t { J' .RUCLRY! L1E.1 t tiie 'Con out bv the ro,t< %viI li.i! h'! lea .t pain. DRY-GOODS. Pereons indebted to the subscriber ar rc-pl'ct- 3'2 ai;:: L.v rt>,njl Clown SALT.,
.I ( :. 5D.i Cl'tTEK.:
TIt' C.1 T 1-"To Il.'r"- ;.f31 ti.tI| | W llll Corns fully call ;
requested to and settle
"JJ : : ''ivl-n. :-'a i"t'! Stl: 4"'iu irs, th'ir, feet, 1 "I' c' Lily thai I hav. u-.-d il' .\Ib.ri Con ih.! >, i>Mh, (rr.stlnap, It iliari Lwicstrinjr! ll;;I'l" (i! cither by note or otherwise. accounts 3 Box3 Lou SUGAR,

L .ahI114. liniia.ni liin, as imported country do. j 1 IVn-ler: vviili roinpletf'Jcc: ';.-''. iiefoiK I had! u,ed one "-.-.trrcn-, Ulii' Urtcu, Pink, anti white Florence"inured .-, 7 liarrcls Luran Ditlo.

U l.e.1. .110 L i ifiibiui.! t.r.tI'IV, ..:. lot'. c<':i&. uo. box It roin-it".piy; cured .1 Ciu which ha. troubled Silks in van. ly, IriS Poplin!' bilk Velvet, I FREDERICK 1OWLE. 5 Kcas TOIJACCO,

| : t ..mi ina. .;ir ls, I\cw Lltl1IJ; 1 Ilnni, \ icr inntiv .\ "-.-. I tin'' e thi pub.ic fur the bent'lil me ( 'otiondo.,1"artan Ptad, Furniture, Caliro, Superior: January 17th 1332. 2itf 50 Dala PLOUGHS,

ii ; I )id nv iti'.d ,,'.>nonu. ;w ill.C! ), c'-mnon: do. liiuse: dltted'ilh that painrulcomplaint.: Jiack: Labtin;, Bul-inct and thread Laces, Irish Linens, 2; 1t.xei '1 1L\,

\SY ..ui1 ciciiy .1 i.ku.t! (ifl draft &. nujiaU&ais' : \VM. IJA\v. .-'ca Islam! ( ott.n Shirting, Plain and fi:ircd Jaco- FRESH GOOD 10 Borc.SuAPApply

$ .'_<'I '_0.1.1'.. Chi': ,. ,ii.l.( Flushing L. I. Feb. US." leett, SWK and Bo.:k :?.nslins, sliawls --rkod! capes i to

0 1J I'H1PTlJf'1 Cogll. lC.r..l1uy 7 6 ycars Id in ltttiu, l'KiCK,5l) cents a box. :-urd tIrrscslrandkerdtitfCalicoes, (iinshamsN.in. i L 10 half BarreLsBurk'vheatFLOLTR, TAYLOR & KLE1

I I larpa..->! :. .. t.-jis.in.lGentlcn
.; r.4.m.. pinly ot" JsujM.rnc! Cluth C iuts, ar;' *' rut') purify the blood, quicken its circulation. white and Rc!! Fbnntl, Ntgrocloths, Scotch and llu?- 5 Kits, sounds anti Toncues, CHEAPER TIMJV EVLR
sL: ( .awl col-'itrs. Angl.la Fl'ck ditto aline articlto' asM; a.1. < .
the j-u-jieui'ed: ojiciationxnf "ii" inbtir s. &'. Sir. 10 Kegs Gosheif BUTTER,
"'l I, Suu.icr w. youihsanduoys coatee-s i11111 roun'!-a- remedY Silr the .\ailiii, nature and are a ceneia' 10) Boxes Fresh Bunch Raisins, TAYLOR AND KLEIV,
\ j.r ,
b-iuts, cl- -isiuur? and satinet; Pantal! ions, \Iar- paitot M>cioS!). The Pills complaintamong are the 'female HARDWARE.Ylarjjcaml 10 Prunes, i BEG leave to invite the attention d

; I\ seiil:: :.) Jf- V uouna Y cs s. A few pieces Irish Linen, i I in tillCl'U; partirularly ellicaciou' 8" London Brown Stout custoincrs and the
SicknePalpitation: in
I of the Ilcurt I 1 (iid extensive! public generalItheir
of fin stri'-h \i.cry-( a-sortincn Hardware
.j. iilpin'ssuperiorhotprefcst iiu-fi con- 10 Casks Cheese
> Short Ltreaih. present stock of
Sitiking of the good, they deem itsuper1ol!
4 t.!. .5 Paper.-One box ol elegant French HanS'"n'aPcr Snirits. Dejection ; of Kni\-cs and I-Vrkcs, Pen Knives 'I
post dnd Disinclination Spoons, 2 Bous Pine Cheese. enumerate evryartice
\ to -xerci.- and Apple with which there shehes.crowdttl '
J of thel.ucstamlinoM! : proved] pattern* : aadu-s will liixl tit Pill Society. Married Scissors, Jlazr Locks, AlI scr ,Chisels, &c., tother Received and! tliertlore
r-qunlly usi>fui. f xcf in with! a complete H" per sloop Spl n and for Sol.! by men jy remark, that they 1 TI
pt case
; Paste ui PLANES.
Kiiapsand "i.\11 Blacknirand \ariety: lprg I ; I1I1IY, WHEN: TIU.\ MI-ST NOT BE neither carpenters WILLIAM G. IURGESS. now on hand a str vrior assortment of goods ,hid
of.'ah'! r artTctisnnt !<'.rcssiry to mention-all of v.hicli mu..t they be taken b.\ (,' )(:sof hectic TAKK.N ; Tallahassee, TVffnrter 13ti? 1831. 17tf they wiliselt (bcaperthan ever for cash, cotton) .
Mill be bold; : low i.,r Cusii jrapproud ICr. habits. or consumptu BOOTS&SHOES1 credit.
pnjicr.jA.NiEbC.ECCLES. 1:1 I 1 50 u box. 1'1 In the Superior Court for the JMulHee District proved There assortment consists of tic i.-

c ; : CMton, Hidc, Skins, and all country pro [ cpl.hrat'd! Conlbri.Jn-ALO- A large assortment of Oalti- of Florida, Leon County; October lImo Domini ', lowing descriptions, Viz--
duce purr !11 iii sed at thu in;,i'I'&market price. 2j h e immediate relief, without Tu'h.\chE'! ) 1iills whicli j: t.bD it. more and KK\V-YORK made 1831. Dry-Goods of all kinds, Hardware

; \ A > : -IU. :1)12111.N..fflU.E.HISJ. Teeth. On trial this will be found the least one injury of the to best he i jcxtt Jll ID WCDr:1 ZACHARIAH JERKINS, ) Cutlery, Looking Glasses, HATS

..l\lELLICHA\1P'S remedies known 'for this complaint. and I'lUups, Ladies satin anti Prunell against '> Inchaicerv. Shoes Saddles
PRICE. Gr, Shoes, Bro etc. A great vai&

Ciurl.,&. j .South, graduate Caruiiua, informs the Medical his friends College und cf a.r one is genuine unless cents signed a ,0%. on the outside AND CAPS: It appearing by return of the Manaal, and IJY of China, Glass and Eurthen'Vart1GROCERIES&C.

printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. KIIH ilHATS affidavit filed, that Martha Jerkin dies
lie p-il.Hc that \"illat'cnd punctually to the variu IIL: not reside -
I 4 immediate assortnlent ot the .
successor to the late lir. \V. T. C0V within this Territory. It is
d'Jiits; of his profcs"iol"h ntver called .U.- : ordered, that i if I '
:. upon. sale at his Couaiing Room ? HATS & CAPS of r rat the said Martha 1 he whole of which wilt be 1 Wtii'iind II
Heirt"v be found at lltncral S arcs' farm-late, oxer %( i>9. C"urt st does not appear andauswer the stud accordi!
: the residence; near Coneertilall, Boston,and alK> by his descrin.ions. comnlninants hill the c'trcme low trice nf riittnn.elC._ _
of p .- Captain T.V.. Sealrooka few miles special appointment on. or bct *' the (7r. Mnn/fnvin,, .. u
by E. B --- --- -- -- St. Marks
Deecniner 13Ui 1331. I
I '. from llahnsstc. Rarrh! 13tJII 32. 30G\\ Tallahassee, March 17, 1831.PEHKLN'S, (RUGGIST, GROCERIES. April next, the said bill of complaintind the mat- .
i ( \o. 5.) ters and things therein FOR SALE.
NOTICE.-All having- alleged, will oe !taken .

: ugAIDS' tlu-: Slate persons of Daniel Ma&hburn, TO TIlL TI1S'J W ; g'1fL .P'Q t.Yf1 A large stock in all its variety.FL.OUR. i confcsso and decreed accordingly ; and it is further pro- O? E Copper Still cor'plet, Copper SUgUniers S'
Ie :\ ) CON Ci ordered that of arid Ladles "10 Mill'SsUltable
: dec'd. t4.t1 hcrc''y notifird that unless the same are rtTHE U I1.TIVE. a copy this o'iier be published pair of Horse
; f I s' ntcd duly authcn'icatoil to the administrator, within In'- I dnt mot to civ prevalent ilized ItOc and f fatal of all Diseases inciJL [ in some newspaper in this Territory once a lo be fixed to doSe BETTO\ & DlOR
: f l'ly-tbe Consump/iou week for three months Tallaliassee, July 14th 1831 J
years they will be forever barred. And v successively
perbflllb generally retraced Fifty Bands .
to the least Alarming of superior new wheat flour.
indebted to the estate arc requested to make immediate a shxht but neglecM cold. My estimation disorders, A true copy, FOR" NEW ORLEANS:

payment, as no indulgence ran be ivt'n. hat one hundred aikl fifiy thousand it appears ALSO. Teste substantial and fast S5iI3fl

ROBERT FORBES Adm'i. l li4 of the consumption. Mostof persons die annually JAMES S. LINN Clerk. THE
: 'hreh 13th 1S32. these dreadful results I ,4 J
.. 301wNOTICE. t may treatment be attributed of the to common cold, and a negligent S adler Crockery and Glass Ware January 17th 183-!. 2-23m .' PETER 11. SWAIM, M ltl

.-All those ?ndebted to -which is harassing cough that generally ensue Tin | Jus. Westcott, Jr. & J. P. Booth Will run as a' regular Packet band .
i Robert Forbes cither usually followej by difficult breathing, pain ware, Looking GlassesSalt Really formed _h tgno1ia New Orleans the Jt
by note,openaccount in the side. and at last Ulcerated HAVE a Law partnership Florida. The during prcst ,
4 or o'herwise, arc earnestly Langs. Violent and made clothing son. Freights or Passages be secured 011
forward requested to com repeated Asthmatic attack, also stationary, &c. &c. of the former is in Tiilahassce, and of may
and settle the same with bring on Consumptive onion to Geo. A. New.rle
the subscriber by symptoms. One JAMES .he latter at West Point, Appalachhola R"Busi. Phelps, Co. at
l this instant. Otherwise they will he reluctantly com ofDR. or two dollars expended in the purchase Tallahassee November 15th 1831. M'MULLIN. ness entrusted to them in any of the nrla Florida \1m.G.Burgess, Ma ntilio. Dec. 21, 1830..
pelled to put the same in a train for collection after dill I3tf or the adjoining Counties of
Georgia will
day. They hope that this; notice will be attended ti RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS REGULAR I be strictly attended to. Aiur.3d, 1831. 50tf, 7 Just ReceivedPER
f L as it the only one intended tn he iVf'n.'VILLIA.I. and littlo ,., PACKET -
a attention
I to their timely administration ] GEORGE S. HAWKINS
will {
FORBES. schooncrMILO from Baltimore *
usually ,
ensures mitigation of these crt NEW-YORK.
March disorders
I 13th 1832. .
304v crally effect care. The Pills 4 TTORNEYandcounsellorat Marianna bushels of CORN,
I Auction & Commission Business. fectual remedy for the symptom are aUoan casy;uL- Tne good and last sailing schooner Daniel Webster ..tikWest Florida. JnnuarvSth 1831. 20tf I 100 Bbls S. fine Howard Street FLOU .

panying the Asthma, and preceedjnzda'cconi.I Captain LEWIS, and Delta Captain HOYT G. & N. Hamlen 15 do MACKEREL, _
I subscriber been Conaamp Qnold., will run between this have just recv'd. 40 do HERRINGS ,)
THE having ap Cou h*. difficulty of Breathing place .and New-York ti .' (Susquehana
tightness :I Ba."S
I a Jltricturp I prime Havana Coffee SO SACKS
auctioneer for Leon c-fiVr In across the cheit. Wheeling. present season.Freight 8 SALT,
I aenrices to the public in theauction am'comumsionbusi counry. of blood. &c. Few cases pam in the -ide'BpiuinJr 1 or may be U 25 Bbls.American Gin, 1000 Lbs,BACON HAMS(superior,)
can occur of of tb passage secured by 12 Tons
He \AM any applies Swedes and English Iron Any persons wishing to purchase the corD \
ness. pledges himself pay strict attention to nli of disordercin which the tion to Messrs Williams & ,
purchaser Harriman
4 business : : Pill. Dr. Relfe New-York 50 Bbls.Flour, crC intrusted to him ; and attend CM ate or other; will not find a rich return for their triflin/r/ erpend.I. or to Joseph Ladd, at Magnolia. 10 A .
pIes Brandy
the itar.
country. His office U in the town of Mag- N. B. January 12th cc
Aolia, where he at ail times bo found. : t' -whole box 1832. The schooners 50 Old Whiskey, Augustl7th1831 .
may 30 PUIi, 1 dollar, k df Delta is 24 dozen Porter
I en : expected here in fifteen & AJe.
a Ai0L3t1 I U *-
La2, Ot' BYRD. filial teA days ALSO Rice Dried BLANK BILLS OF LAJA G-.lOS1' ,
Apple Peacfcw Pades
hDuary i7th I .
4 p 'MagxlO e/lea ed and fop sale fit this Olt.

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