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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 17, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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in sivinontlisuT THE j i
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; discmtinued unless the :
will j lie at option'of
*e : I "Tl>cf"rcarrc.inires are paid. '
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\ frr each !sulSCqlIcnt continuance. All ndrffpS '-

:.\ i'l be continued until forbid, unless otherKn's" "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE."
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'n all letters and communications to tht'tf'f. :(. U' S
r':1e Itp.n.1, n" they wilt not receive alten UlJlGl Jl1PmIlaa tI.'i,' asm $ 'r' .Um" _
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:TUUEA.GE. -. _- :_ _L____._S t_. I
= NOTICE.-The undersigned has _r- - &.:_
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tu4fe :, J-i :\ .\.jJl \ N addition to his -- -- I
'li. I old ware-house the appointed ascnt and attorney in fact for ltI "
I" iv, ,1111'It w HI I lIe n.en for the reception f subscriber hns recently erected Seaton Grantland and Farrish Carter, and the heirs '

T 1'1lJ' h nnt Moml.iv of .1111lH'Xt, under lug 80 by 20 feet, forreceivins a spacious build- of CharlesVilliarnstIn, and is intrusted with the care j
inre of Mr II. K. M'Clmtock.I cotton and coods. of their :t4.
!' TI\10THY\I'CARTY. lands in Florida. All persons arc fonvarncd __ .IiNUE D.1
; \ lrrcr'ft :mJ commodious cd.noe is now nearlyom-:. -t. ATarks, Drccmlx 27 lh 1531.: from committing 1Me pn the same, and those desir- When iiave
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m the pka'ml.n. hellthv.nll.i e flf Qu.ncy: 1 191f ing to rent may dos>o on application to the subscriber. .
J. ftivn il"vicini'y of winch! good boardmrr : NOTICK4 THOMAS BALTZKLL. desjtn lediate or gradual S

4'r.. : hI'vtin.nl ID tectable families.V.n.iury. I Ib /: LL persons are hereby cautioned "Wehoville, February 14th 1832. 26tf rth .t. --.;-can- --' SVst- --.-..m._, \.. .n*.>fr. *.f.* 4..w\
youn- men will be prepared for .. *- 5
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: Ih1S : the mted States forwSu .amsi trading for a note given to F. B. \\ hitnn' CHE.JPER title? Free trade
? intflAnv ooUYpe in or lor fifty dollars dated 1'H.IJ. EITER. .
,.;: .: "f! aiiv'-f the I Hi-oral\ I professions.tfM and drawn the, about the 27thof October 1831 TAYLOR free ayailing as the -
by subscriber
..*. ,- attention will l loe paid to the morals l ni1dl' altogether fuiled. as tIle consideration i has AND KLEU ; 'd UUlnine's arms, for the t --
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and to extrav.iram and JOHN W. LEVI rS. BEG leave to invite the attention
,"' t-e pupils prevent Varrh 13th 1832. of stars 1hagit$1A.th! firmament !
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r' trXI"'lIlhtllfl'% ', fund I public
will 1 I be : the : { 'TPLEV.: At .-Mr. Levinn.s their stock of general, to It ncvo.has exfit/djlt never will ;
: < ;" |1rLnt'ij.l| rirtlypr.lil' to {rave me the present oods, they decmit.uK-rflous '
to
c'. r> within the limitation's: KjnoJc: alludtd to, !0' the follrwini enumerate article | implies at leasJ, 1\'o' To f S
prescribed.tfcf
.. \ ::111.! : consideration; I every with which there shehes. ; r
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!d him are
; nrm-ipal .'
and 1 !has acquired coiiMdcrable, txpt.ml with the renti due thereon, and also my undis now on hand a superior asaortmvnt of piis, which we throw I
.\ in }h's' profession. puted interest in two xecutions against they will sell c11l'aJicrthan I(I ourvports to : ,
'' :'m'a'ion an individual ever fir cash, cr.tn.n or nv !. in of .
:' 1 'ti.ul!:.t1IoIIl'| | -h.jl'hinessof:! tho village and the to whom he (Levinu>) acknowledged himself indebted proved crtdit. There assortment tonsils of the followingdesori !!'I fore'jrn prodtic'tion, "reo p : l : -

1"r., ,,, .!f't f"lioanJinjr, are amonjr the many advanta- some len or fifteen ddlars; but after nearly five months ]>tions, Viz i what ports of any forrien nation | '

i1rdfJ; br till l.vationof diis institution; and the reflection he lii< di&mveredihat "the'ollsuJeratinn has Diy-Goods ol'all kinds Ilmflwwp I find open to the free admission of : .
entirely toiled.:' As ; & ,
reasonable assurance that the we shall probably settle this :
; t\\\p\ -vcry mater produce? IVe
.sttL : by law 11 forbear Ci.lleiy; may break down all
Looking Glasses
institution will merit a liberal saying ,
-if lic palron1 HATS free I
"rrrr more.F. trade :
: B. 'VB ITING. Shoes i on our uart, hut the 4
Jfll-'ll'-" Saddles
"1 :Ma-rh 16. IS52, tf I etc. A great ant-ty :, be complete until j :
;, -niti't Ti.ui"n in Mathematics and Lan.rl.t'1lar" 31 i iI foreign powers
T I of China Glass and) Eirthen-Warc !. --1 thp.iT; Thcfl,0111,1. .. I
|Ilhl"l1aro per quar'cr.chdideiwriniint DlL I I I... rrn I
..JOIi.j.i31'LEs11 (iRE.N I ---- -'U" U <''
2.1 d"ss; SC SSpirqr.3d ? side and
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Ii It' G restrictions, prohibitions' ,
ROCERI'ES&C.
do ji.i 00 do. t ESPECTFULLYinlonns ;
per the ci- sion
on the other.
.. cn.ll1f 'ha v hen the ill' -.hoi. of which The bolts, and I
it th term, subs.-ripipn) % .izens of Tallahassee, and its that will he s Id aeeortilrmg to the : i
I F. ., rtcnnth.-.n one vicinity, he I times.-and the low all other nations, will remain .. I
?:' quarter.'a.Jioi1t' R !located himself in this city. extreme price of cotton, etc. !
I .ic :' ..rlmi. ,i1l11 to be nude to the TrcasTOHNATTIAN :. IJ. He may he found a't his office next door to :I -'t-_ Mark. Peecmber 13th 1. 31. 17it f ( j., indeed, po .siblp, that our i -.j-
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!Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence cor I FOR SALE. .I commerce would! accommodate, t !:
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t' lL t1. ', i'%:-- IlODISO1 1 ner Tallhas.4.of!Ad.tuisand VaHiGth Call streets. i ( b:E Copper Still crnnpletc, Copper. Siizmr Skim4. this unequal: and unjust state of ( !' ;

1H32. ISSmT -, anti LaIHt's. it.S.S_. ... ._ such is the II'. S.
\i. N< *\VOop Trustees --- I mer In nllr \t1I; 1. flexibility of
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ILV 4 '11111"\( -- -- sti-.iMc! to be fix-tft-, tins. BKTTON ic OR'\.o. I. bends. itsel;' to all cirr-jm-stanres.: '

HENRY: ( r.kf J OTTONU Taala.l"-'I''!! July 14th I :31 I 17lf cd jri--oner, iurarcnited in 1 \0

I E\. orut;' of tlv: Roanl, time a jail, ; j .
JAfc.A. DUNLAP. f ('rr'r. I COTTON.JOSJLPH ICOIflereconciled to his |I j ?1. :

111.. DIFFERENCES.: .1t\Hf. I 1---- r---T renularlv notches. don the passing ( j i; t :
confinement.
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TH'1. I: \N n A L,, Ji-lltTbOu: CUt1ilt.M. I Gentlemen! deceive themselves. i 1 I .'

\ D. :T\LL, Lion.rKTU'V. I free trade that they are r'coml1l'nd I ; \ .

: HA-"TIER, .J acrotln.t. I 31.: CG'. & 1UtlrtTt It is e
acceptance. in t ficct the
,
.,. Ttl'" t' *. < t.ni k !enS 'i
:
l'oI'1tr.i If ILL 1U1L'I."LSL LADD nial system that we are invitedo
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.\.t "A& .... I)1 .II 2 \\ ill purcha 400 hales cutton. As L is tor the : if their poli.-y prevail, it ,\ ill lead, S

e- ._ 2 THOUSANDV trt11t-rIi market, s jr. l>:acs! and the Lest quality j i i 1 Iv, (to the rccolonization of these > I I

,"/ l Ill' prd..rt'll. He has erected a lar and coneflit'iut !: the commercial dominion of
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F ,
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.-.r' : xvaro-liousf* at t Majjnolia) and i: predatedto t And whom do find i f
_& we
; ,rrE.91' ..- -. JJ 1 dt.. v jllbc prete. rl'd, i' HUH J be dtlivtred in I do nil kinds of Stoniirc and Commission busi- I some of the}
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.. ,... iod Bc.Lr:.:ii'C :and order, "l'ildfdl.tiIHWill: bee\pt-ct- I I I supporters, ont 0-;. i onpress ot i <
: \ essiiu make aiivaiiccs
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in cash if
c. .
\ ( I I-I 1. ThtyJnv,: "-\-.tl1SII S 1 for st'-riivj; Cotton i three fourths its TCQPIE'J'OI I system? 31 r. Pr-ident there an
; ; *J .- *.vvvviEi U 'J.J, t'loir' clin.'cc is 25 -(liS p s'. Ba!' f ir ;dieI.r.n! :and I : value on Cotton ncp itcd with I eigners who I '
l bin tiJr a wars remain exotics t.
IJiplll"nt. lie
will
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of } become ship to BII.tHl t Ncvj
the
'hy jt'irclusers: of it dar \
.::-r.: \." 1111 :: NjpTr \ ;- : They \\ ill\\ make 'id\.nc..'.sniotton stored' with i YorK, Baltimore, Ciiarest: m. or NewOrleaiiNMnirnolia er naturalized in our ; I I

i: c ,-i-! : re"p"'lf"ny" informs his friends, t:tep i, for.shij.mrni cither to N-w-Orlc.iiis Xc,.YIJr I I January: : 17tb 1 1lu.NG l.:.i-2.: 2J Ir happily! thore are many others who i! ;

: I'M.I' -niniy' :! 1hlt; 1" has rcnud *ho.a.i jrieston' ur Boston.., itji) .: 1E \ j : {}D1 ath themselves to our principle-? I l'
Ma.i-.ojii./ -'fr2! Hi! I Ml.. .' f !
d i-'us liuildm: on the \.st side f'f'!It': > \1 the. .7:1t \\nrietyof MJS p-ci-ifil :!iis stitutions.. The honest, ratit nt. i : :

I ,,.. ,. "III..ir .f mierly 'H-rupied asa tavern hy JilIn i FINE IN'Sl'll NCF't't City, this ...<:,,!, and which. are olii-red low :f,'r OtiS German, readily unites with l :
I; ; i.' I ;" :' lIu'in11111crzone: : ] a i thorou'-h ;:lll.\\CE: .''_,aan ,ll l'.s <-r i\iia!: : : !.. hj I E'a:1: asli, there '.iilIJI. found, at the new store of '.lie sub- establishes himself I r
;
: : :, 1'.ttlrforhcrrl't.'ptillIH.f Boarders and _H_ !,c effected on tho mo>t fayora t- ti',-' -, ('n aj.ji.ii'tioiito ;::- I Briber, No. 3 Kx.'lMii;i.-strtet, a choice; l.t ,f fancy upon our fat I '
... .r. .,1. L..' 13:11: in,!. ; the Subscriber, atit: i.f I\\P\ l'I ,'.11 'i.o'.i; IMSMI.ui"o I ,I Cloths and Ca'S illlt'rs, a part of which they wit mcnI capacious[ ham, and enjoys in i I I I 1 .

JOnTIE..\VFS. '-. coh.nny:; Hartford, Conmri.-: :;, In <-\er',' ajpliratioiuhe I- I I tion. '. otittriflntit fruit..- YI hieh--- -- -rii...-_* *..i1-.; ;....."\*.*....,., !! : ?: ,
-,, '..f'I' V 1". 1 ;'H.; t'air: Cash value rftho/rr-i-cr'V. l : i-m.st In Super blue, crape Fini-lied, Broad Cloths, round him, always rt-ady to 'fly to-the i i ,'. : i
atcd, and satisfactory evidenceurnMieduf, the car4 co. Velvet Ih.Pa''nl \ 'I ,
MW STOREel" M; i.s: of tile repreMnation: am! the p-oi ir." ral finished (\Vetof England: ) Bk'rk do. of his adopted country, or of its i:

IX TALLAHASSEE.I .rli.ir.v-Jor ihe applicant. Tie :"IHllcy .fii!!' (tffr, do. line Olive, do do do. called by the duties of patrtoti>m. j i: i ;] l _: i

and its.fairnessand }punct jHy may !TIC rr.ifitiitly! re- do mii.-nro.vn, Ilu. the versatile, the philosophic Fr'f1' I j J
r'u 1 If i ':..i. ikni the house ,IK v t door! to ,li iwn., li.lS.I'ERIvl: I>s. Bottle Green, M. A'.lVISl: LAP tf 00. aim b Feb. cheerfully to
T.lah.e S31. blue!
ul'cUJn
; 22. 27tf
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hi)
..anrJ ". ,OO t ci: itudoo of life I
:1'I 1 4'tI "f ; > incurporntes ?
Lavcndf
rH/ab 1
and POVP I'olnrr Cas'imer
(JROCERIES, 1u.t.A ARIANNA HOTEL. A \; riityoi'silk J Vr 'iucs (new jutU-rcs.), out difliciilty, in our ociety. But, t II I'' ; !

LIQI'ORS( & I I f I --H-iJubiJc n -i-m ., Fl.i:! h\nukf: rchic'.o, Ptn2ce do. I 'ituuer.*, amalgamate. : .. ; J I I, j '
SS THOMAS. HOLMES.REGULAa Wh're and fancy; cravats l : :
wit'n
ly our [people! as the: natives of
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i- (
DUV-GOODS. 4 Dozen fine
e-v 17. fo:31. f.ts:.iJIl.lblc Iitcnlii rt!, I S
raid Isle. .
*: ; \\1.1'11'; I... 'h'fP I 'JlnwilJ 1 ::: "t"ti'k d.) do n..1 .1:, Ins mic o: the visions r'I.; I : : :
e i. (II' d i Loif. H. \';:nti .'p'ior 1\hite. PACKET j t.nl'1I11l1ik: & Mrrir.o haf! bos', j passed through tf;} ima gill tinn. I |i I I 3
r.\ '. < )r. do (-t/ii and Antr-li iloSilk posed, that Ireland: was I ) t! 4
'11..w ans 41i.t. Dr"" n- I1ar, TO: oriix-nallv: |j! ;:
'Ic Itft i < WKl -- and -iik Velvf t :-iurl!\; l.itet faMiimis.In ,-el 1
\ "n ( ; I II'UI, lir>t qiulity. .f I par of this onliuent, ;.ntl th'it bv I
I addition to the abr! Her i i : -
try .
a splrntlid: assorfof -
Youn" IFv-'Mi I I Imj". and traordinary eouvisUoii of
c TKi Pouihons : f t, 1l\fiH lit adv macJe Clothin-r manuf.ictcdin tic !;iValfiicia tujtiire, it I

L FRESH i TEAS. ORLEANS i t"1 :'yk', the'w"rk awl nnler.I."f; 'IIch: they \\:11'1'3.lIt I frommciica' and!, drifting.. across. : ;

tjg1I.. ( .\;.,x 'al'?Ij,) I TII E i : lJl"\\ waf1t tdlIjctl) dcJl'r: ) I I 1'111'\11 to, 1 11 Ciulmflll e tZeIltIillt.--; :11t (()!IDroo"i I'I; & i'liJ: ..f'flats: Itj'tr bitit.io F'ro'-kq.I iI.rh! I I!J' was placed 1 !I.in the unairtim-ite \cmlt I i I .t S

*t, ;HELLCapt ill f1fITU 1 !: : Britain. The samo !
C"TI; ";s P'l"kt in Inlf't-irix-l' ha\ ito e"t-I lo Piml, il'. silk VeI V'I Flnrntim silk dillo I t open ( j i
:u \ r-lN 2. ill 'v1l4d.!'' rn.J tuir'cr do. tvjiint acci'inmodiUioio, will rim thirin! ; the l'rc I same gcnerou-s hearted hospitality t
t
'% and Marseille's oil of which will ; !
i
Ihey "1.:111 :
V' I *>:\iini ;\> a rt-ijulir l'adtt11".TII \' : :1 1
e v-y rr.e, in quirtcr *;o. l nolia and I I |low for 1'1-11. 11. I Xj. B.'CULL I careless and uncalcu'alde cht1 ,
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Jv.'o'v.f'neans.: ,
F' 't.1 L-ini, :,hc.i IJutti-r 1 Go..JItl1U'} !(, F. "1 led r -t. >:arks if .! 1 Hi" human life: characterize: the I I .
The
i in. f. nllirc, Ctnln-h, >eh 1 I Htiviuj; ., (Hjllin: Captain, if stif- ; : : ; \ ,
S '.. fi..nt! I Iv <'-'Ui-aei!, jute ndstuirinain both countries. |
r.
has
? %, win c-r s'mined Sperm Oil, : }jierman' utly I in! WAITED Kentucky I j ,
'jI .. ;(':i i. N'w York (Ir'dt; f his traJi und ]>rresilie I uMno aticntion to bnaine : times called the Ireland of .\mcr
I ..... ... ->s < ntrt "'i'd ti' his: ehar Fllr 1-1 I r ; J )
I. ( 111" 1 1.11''n 'alt'rtl .It'lI te. 'e. freight or pa.-ao 7CD < Oii7l i r5iI21IT: CS3 3S?Q have'no doubt that, if the current of
!' -: III'.lfi-v! : I'\ij.. 'h.wI1'! T4iJ'eo; :'t1'1'10| S the { :lptllill I'll Imard.! d'i--. -s-iu.lnv.rT '. .', H. n. : r n. ;J. I
f. .:, .'I',.j i 1 (--.11:1; .; '1\ "vtrs.: "If.'h.' 1)t;('Iols> r :t'I) 1831. 1 IPrJuiiflT I -_. ----- I !iou'erc.. reversed, and. set the !: .i,. !,

F i 1.' 11 f! i 11.1.. F'i-s' P-uiif-s, Ahnnntls.MVV ] :t;::5 fj.. ':-.tn 't <>' flrrida I JI11trN'no.. 'uj't Cour J. G. & N. HA1Vl'LEN oration weie revcrseu, anu set from i ; l' I
-'1 1Ii : TV >t' .' ..- <*.>rvi"t-isiii"; article in the EI'\\.IX \ UOIISEY Attaeluni on the shores of j : :
\rry r ) nt.-All ]J'cr I Ivs HA\ j -st received by late arriv- Europe, every .\ i t J

GROCERY LINE. TIIOS. J. "'J: IlTF. '> sons imcrcsitd are rcquir- 'tw-York.. i"grant! to Ireland n auld there rind, as { I
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ed to take notice that I
suit
J. : ..., ::1:11111: ,'m M:(' 1.'ll".r' ,, 'If\. atuvhiix-tii) has I been ins'itulcd in the abo\c, ra"e. lish! cmiarant here :lindsa hearty } '
I : ; 'II, :idUitorti-d.; I country d<>. Gio. WARNHK a happy home. .
; Att'y for Pl'iT.SELLING j I'
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DTI[ I I.I\ Dr:"I.ly, t1I1.! 41I. llo. 2000 Pair Nero
'I/Ul f."l"'T ) shoes and ) ;
I ." .' ... .,., J'; T-.2. 23:3111: f":11I<, But, sit, the gcntlcm n to whom I !:
:
:
] l'rll :l u cl !Utivj, 500 Pit.I'cI"t.* Cotton: Frsiuis, !
I .n."njhtiJi ',iii:kt'y, common .!o. OFF LOW FOR CASH AND 600) 1 1 0. ii'V-It! ii l'1'.lh uudSatbctts, to allude, although a long resident | i ,

11't. "' "".\. ,>.axl. 'al'Ilt.It'tft ic Ijotth-s.. PRODUCE. HJO Do. do. Point: HLuikots; country, has no f dins, no t i

I'I:'. diL.w P. 10U 1 0. Ri>se& Uulfilc do., j-ympathies, no principles, in i
t 1 .'.. ;. ('' ,\( ,\ Cvcars: "Min bottles [ ERR & STURGES, desirous (to 20 Bales Domestic Shcctiu-s & Shirtings, &c. our people. Near t '
fifty
... ivi.-! .1 i tll .'f Ii.VT?*, CAP, BTT: -,:-.ahit.e; : their present line of business, will >>ell 15 Dozi-n; Wool Hats, years ago, : j J
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"> n ; ifir, :It nirifs ?hot s, Ilr;,dv made I'lothini. .>ll" 'hy wholesale or ru-ail' their present stock of good.- aUO Pii.ee.sSrijvJc: Plaid Domestic, vania took him to her bosom, and ;

>;\ ri-. .;)ir 1 ly ,,1' Mijx-r'ine CloI'Cf: a>sortcd I ., listing of a general 1 assortment, suited to the consunijuion 130 Do. Scotch B\iJl': ', and cherished and honotcd him; ane '1 I' .. rJ
: 'a* ,1 ir'.A'!.''i'ji Fr<'ck di' '.o, a fine article f>r'fW'ar of the country, Viz :- -......A. 'F' no.- he manifest his gratitude* By : ; I
'I' y .t''.\and"!.ov; 'o.itff.s: and rnllll..a. Groceries and liquors From New-Orleajis .::
and I
'. ''jt. Dry-Goods, Foreign hy the S.chooncrN.A'I'IY'E blow at a system, endeared to her
,
,
"HI"; ;v nd vitinct Palllal""n.Iar.- .l. <' f'S'ir, Hardware &r., Livcrpool and rnwkj-ry-warc .
1IJV1:11'.s.: : A f'w ni '''s I Insli Lin'n.i ''tats .md j-hoes, siildlcry! ,castings &.(. To< ether vith rough conviction that it i is indipcll !

:' t O) 'r"1.I"t'aitI'-f: : ilpitl's\1J1"rinl"hllt ,.i ei.S .t .. 1"11 \! 'lr'ln"lIt I'f ;proi i tiI1'. 23tf I 150 DtiK 'YlJI KEY, prosperity. He has filled at home
till. >' P\W r.-f)noJ l..n MlV.r'-ant French Hail-I I ;*>0 Ildf do. eld d .. broad, some of the highest offices !
1)S' *', "t :.",," Uet tflI1 t1t').: approvi-a pa:tl'l'ns. 100 BMs! tlrr'I'fill'w Wheat FLOUR I
Jui i % KEW6OOD8.JO8EPH go'l'rnmeut, rinrinfr thirty vpnr s.., i
v'tuV K P.is.e Da! kin and ; .
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>*c SHjul liwfvrCal horal'pronlll'l'r.i : | 10,000 Lbs. :Middliii-sivSh.ml] : D.1CO., name has been invoked and the lah )

C,, ., .IA .1> C. !-.rPLEP. : ADD 5 Hhdit. CiinraUedy/.MfS, pen, i.. the form of a memorial to ( ..
.n, 11;idl'S, Skins :m.1' 50 I3oxes& Kegs best Ruhmond TOB.1CCO !
d nntryFOli prn-j at !BaiptoUa.I:1AS have been engaged, to overthrow the : 1:
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; '{.I it '!., hlzllt' -z 111rh.i I 1w1ce. f Porter anll.-JI.C,
NE'\r-oRLE.A I'l'Cl'\ etl by) (the chlJol1cr Da- 10 Doxen Collin ti Cos. !\ES, can System and to substitute the : .
100 B.'l(: SHUT. Go home to native ,
your Europe and ,
-- -IItcl .V hsl'r, and !I'tlp f-plelldill, a rompleteI'al'ji -_. ,

pI ) 'r ... iT'ji1't'J'r; (\ftrthen1 Prn uce. Groceries, Dry-Gosls. cc ESTRAY.a' culcate, upon her sovereigns, your I
{, r.) Y Amon w hith. art Liverpool salt, mackerel, (N. E.) doctrines of free trade, and when
l'E1'j-IlIJ. lr.JUller, ilmn: Irish potatoes, M-td oats, in sacks,-3 splendid rji IhLiA up bv the isubsciiter, 3 prevailed upon them to unseal their
\', ill nm ,tj> a regular! ParKtt b..t\\f'I'II.. IVllrms' Te.p| Gii'i -raiir measures, Patent v.iitcr- I. milM from I-Vl St. Mnrkb-a J
admit the
1 JF**ml) New -i-icnns, timing the |ircsnt 'f'; pails, large lot of tin ware, iron and steel Ploughs, Black & While pied freely produce of 4

)ni 'ifhtB or P.t1''k8 maI I IK secured on njij'!i- Iwst Rye Gin, wines, coffee, TVba coof various kinds marked with a smooth I other states, come bark, and we shall .

'I\GCI; A. ri-I, ; & Co.; at New.Orleans, -. II. Hbrksmith's Tools, with improved patent Vices, avery a .. t. ,r, anti a swallow frk on the right ; bran-crop I pared to become converts, and to J 1

'I"t'ti'I, .t "noli\ Pec 21.! 1830. -IS extensive assortment of Hard v.are, English and de ( R. L. jJI1' 11 in !vr> <;..' i.Aitfiil.i -, and appraisd ntith. I
omclStic: Good:, a jrood assortment of Drugs, Medi- <: by W. \1'- jullliel, J. Slurril J !,- and AV'm. bilrooKs' '
Ju4 Received i I dIllS, Valnts, $c. BotuYd cider ufv ery good quality lo lie worth 11 I .1"lIars-The owner desired to proyrproperty A Mr Sarchet also makes no very 4

1: :t Table' salt in small boxes, Raisins, hale rope, cotton I and take him nw;,,'. '\'M. CHAMCLISb.St. derable figure in he common attack

L IG tj I J'Jh'r,. ::8..f'ILO COItN, robin, B.iltim-jrc. and for sale. 'in J\ .extensive inc-, Osnabnr'hs, hats of,fancy shoes goods, Bonnets and>,ready etc.-made Also, Marks, Man-h 3, 1832.. 33 31.__ system i do not know the man, -.

"W La B'oUS. fine Howard Street FLOUR, clot lila:. Administrator .N tice. derstand he is an unnaturalized _

41) etoLCKFREL, He has two schooners which he calculates to run l>cvten f ETTERS of AihninUtralion having been granted the island of Guernsey, situated in I

do lI':RItING S. (Susnuchana.) this place and ew-Yurk during this season ; JLJ to the sub-M-ritar, ujxm the estate of Samuel nel which divides France and .
5J S.CKI..T,. and having: erected anew ware-house, is ready! to take Jarrelt, d"-cM!,-Notice is hereby given to all persons :
,j. ;t U HACON HAMS (superior,) cotton on storage, and liberal advances ..i it tp and to having I ; demands ar.tinst the estate, to present them principal business of the inhabitants
.. I'-J.rs"I1! <"ihllirt" purrliasc he corn, can have purchase to a large amount. Will-pay a liberal price duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by driving a contraband trade with the I S
.; the first with f-.r hides and skins. December 13th 1831 I7tf law and to those indebted wIthout shores
ofJauuary by giving a bond se- ; to make payment and Mr. Sarchet, educated I |

i.l:1lst 17th 1831 Tl.vlOriiV .i'CARTY.52tf ])OC'fOIt'sVILLIS & It \.N- delay. C. II. DuPONl With the, will Adm'r.annexed. school, is, I have been told, chiefly ng| ;ij

P EC C'nux \\111 I hId alrt:1I1n:1" : Jarkuny.on DOLPH, haviii' associated themselves in the Ondsdrn Co.. Florida, April 10th 183 34-Sw. in employing his wits to elude the

r ti t"C' Tuesday- the 1st of May next. practice of MEDICINE! oiler their professional. .- our revenue laws, by introducing .

:;" Illid DIRtcTOR.'i fir the m maicmcnt of the St. An- services to the citizens of Tallahassee and its VI- .Il dministrators Notice. less rates of duty than they were justly '
i Chit l !)'Ia Canal is the l lormer able
Com p.ut y. cinitv licir ofllce banking.room. of Administration having been with, which he effects by varying

.1 t'J1J 12 tM'-n--ni A. ht of the persons holding Stock is ro51 January 3d laS;. 20tf' LETTERS subscribers, upon the estate of JamesA. grant- I nominations, or slightly changing
Will House Mes-
11S bt Hare. Counting of unlap, dcc'd,-Notice is hereby given to all per- :.This man, at a former session of the

JAMRS WATSON farlt is. .sbtrfnau, sons indebted to the estate, to make payment without I caused to be presented a memorial
delay ; and to those having demands against it, to
AT LAW. 150 workers
ATTORNEY
some
BENNETT: FKUUILL, I present them duly authenticated within the time prescribed pretended in
T. B. WATSON, I Pra tice Courts of this District, and .by law. HENRY GEE. ) these a gentleman made a careful

U..II. LONG, i WIT Jackson County West Florida .His Office C. H. DuPONT. A.lm'rs. heascertained that there was only ten of :

JACOB ROBINSON I ls on Jefferson Street, opposite thatofthc. ** .. Gadsden Co. Florida, April 10th 1832. 34-8uBILLS. nomination represented the i
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be drawn .
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D.WM.HOHN. i N. B. AU insinunents, 11L.tNK OF L.\DNG-Just : '
J W. with tle sr' ,1. n'ff"n'ion tn theIr legal aC'curaCJ. prin- keepers, porters, merchant's clerks,

tJomrni CAMPBELL Jc .I. Tallahassee. June 20, 182?. St1' ed and for sale thiis Of1ce, coachmen, &o, I havo the most res
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1' I I I sTiosc of tho best sort, and arc able to raise :I appear that not, :. ono fourth pjirt of these from bippera were Averted from day morning an old man, .named Jam .
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i tufficient for. doable tho'number of( inh ibitant I product redounds to their, own 'profit; for, out If it be the appcarancnin the broad ter a shoemaker and penIOnerVa' .T,8**
h We have the very best materials for clothing, of all that.comes here, they.Vnijfc. carry back bound i a little animal tat i is distin taken ill and in despite of every ele '
I ii and ,want nothing either' for use or' even for I cloaltiing'and" other accomm Is.for their ability of sight ind stupibity the medical men connected with the L! ot_ .
: luxury. but.uhat w .hilve at, homo or might Ctmiliesull of which h oftbe, $isc and both very offensivffiuvia.'l'he; Health died this afternoon at five Gj
hive: from our, COlonieS. So;, that we might:: manufacture of this kingdo ._ it I cal were dravn from the lie was a man of very 1Iitempetebab loti
mak ...such an intercourse oftraife among our j I After showing how this5: "!4nds to ded theunwelccme visiter as had been the previous day at \iu''
sclvcs'or betwcetiuaij1jbemnwou1d. maintain concentrate- all the: surplus off 'over terial, by the differert ailes-the; attending the funeral ofa relation who bad" !':
. a vast navigation But wo ought always absolute expenditure 'EngICA11 y:;: the ( and even the attention cholera, and brought with him the cloth'"IIC:
\ I i to kcep'a' watchful eye over our colonies, to these advantages we eceIi," '. by the values was so temted from his the deceased. His house which i is :( '
( restrain them from nettin'g up any of the manufacturer plantations, besides the mortgag. plan- dustry than once lost ni* place and the bottom of the Kirkgate i is guardeTh -
ii I
J1 which are carriod J on in Britain. and ,I ter's estates and the high interest rof pay us, But ; I discourse. No one would police in order to prevent cornrnuni ,6a
,, L1 any such attempts should he crushed in the which is very considerable, and. therefore very us upon of expelling tie intruder. Baxter was taken very ill at five, and lOt.
beginning! for( if they aro suffered to grow up I great care ought to be ta* P" ting all quired ? : ; was concluded and the advice was not sent for till eight in thee'
:J to maturity, it will be diflicut to suppress I affairs of the colonists .,: a ers be ports ; out to sing. Not rcli.-h- ning. 1IIar.
; ; them." not put under too many-- ut Cfl- from the : by the norclty of the The clothes of the deceased are burnt- L
"Our colonies are much in the same state couragod to go on checrfi ,' ._ ted to, : undertook Im egress by dissecting! rooms are ordered to be shut
U' reland was in, when they beau the woollen "New England and l the r n* .... :) 10nies, and he had entered; bnt as fate the theatres closed and every possible n *
N: : sranufactory, and, as their numbers increase have not communities and prddd to year, fall wind, during his: stay had tion taken to arrest the progress of the ft9*
fl rill fall upon manufa: tures for cloathing: them- J send us in return for purchasing th TP'es3ary wards of to the house. There he At Haddington it is stated that the Gal .
elves, if due care he not taken to find employment ; clothing! but arc under vryrent difficulVas total : unable to make a retreat, Bntteryhad been used sithgrand eflectb!?
.f...4 for them in raising productions as ; ties; and therefore( any ordirrttqj|| >-il] sell are congregation in a dilemma disease.
r I may enable them t ) furnish themselves vit1ir I Ij with the.m. And when they h %e'n out lars! It i. : a lad, quicker: witted than The aproach of the diseasc toward Glaa
r j ( all their necessaries from u<." I of fashion: with us, thy are new qo. bipned conugh to : ; exit at one of the windows had! created equal apprt'h n-ion.-6. The $*j jgovv
,!- Then it was:; the object of: this British economist thre." unequal. : the outside, and thus hap- (. hronicle of Jan 25th savs- :_
'- !'I: : to adapt the means ',r wealth of the 01.I Sir, I canuot go on with this .di usting detail. ruined matte*.-Salem O ber-: "We lament to have to announce that A
I onists to the supply required by their neccssisities ; .--Their refuse Jjkt45, ; their'qld shopkeepers not I Ic Cholera has broken out with great tiolclte
, 'J and: to make the mother! country the I ; their cast off c Hre..:, good enbuglrfor ugh -! : Kirkintiloch, 7 miles from Glasgow on L
I source of t that supply. Vow it seems the policy \ there ever a sclw'nemore, artfully ''devi [I all ) 1 11I.,- .. 7 j(.."'"- Fourth and Clyde: Canal since sundavf
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p l 1 IS so fir reversed, th.it we must continue sed by which the energies and faculties of one to noon when the disease;; first made its -
1.. to import;! necessaries f fiom: Great Britain, inord People' should be keptdown and rendered subservient Ualtimore Gazette ance there have occurred twelve casesJi
"T to enable her to purchase raw cotton to the pride and the ponrp, and the I er are ) Sylvanus Jenkins, is an- four deaths which the ml'dlcal.gcn
.f, emtDII
in the New-York Daily
" from us. power of another: The sy-tern then proposed j jour, ) ) i attendance declared to be decidedly Asjatj!
;'I i J"I 1 should therefore, think it worthy the care differs only from that which is now recommended gether. ; I sailed. The from Liverpool she: bnn on : Cholera; and that too of a most malignam< :
:1. 1 '1 of the! government to endeavor, ball possible I in one particular, that it was intendtd maxim :; ) news s cription.By .
later than
1 moans; to encourage them in raising; ; of silk, I II to be enforced by power. ths w -nld\ not cannot he two days what means the Cholera has reacU
..I hemp: fl \. iron, [only pig to be ham.nerod* in : be less effetualy| executed by the (force of the f New-York Commercial Kirkintilloeh has not been clearly deternuad
:Kngjand] potash, &.-. by giving! them competent ,'ircur ,stances. A gentleman in Boston ( Mr.Lee with this ;; account Cholera of.In Scotland. The but then is everry reason to belive that itbs
a bounties in the beginning, :and sending over ) the agent of the Free Trade Conventionfrom ,. necessity reached it by means of importation aloD tk
into S'otll11d has
,. k : judicious: and .k I Iil persons, at the publi whoso exhaustless mint there is a constant more I I I ] cre of canal particularly hoofs, horse vvhaeboDe! [ sb.
; <* clnrge: to assist and mstru.-t them in the ; is-uc of icports, seems to envy ilie blt'ss- which I m the cities virgs und other putride articles whichare .
a most proper methods of i mmagement; which, ; ed condition of dependent Canada. \\hen com articles I' : ?gow. In Edinburg the shipped at Ilillhead for the purpose of befw;
I in my hpprohcnsion, would lay a (foundation I pared to the depressed state of this Union; from her broke out threw the conveyed the ( ampsic Alurnn Company/
and it is Jair inlereiice from the view which I tlemen.I : state of alarm and dismay; orks.
for e-t-ih I nhing th9 mo-t piofitable! ttade of a- a jSumt-rous vcsds'e uns'hlpped
nv, we hpvo.. : .\nd i-onsideriag, the commanding i he presents:;, that he would have us to hasten Ifvc, : { to be of th'j most cargoes of these putrid materials at HIIhead;
: situation'' ol'our colonies: along the seacoast I back to the goHen d ivs of that colonial bondage ain thin : kind. The Magistrates j which arc understood to come latter!) from
a 1 I ; the ..r'at! convenien-c of navigable! rivers j, \\hieh i is .so well depicted trtim the i; ver.-ed. ( and a determination Hull and Newcastle. The last vessels&
in all of them; the ch-Mpm: : of land, and work hich I kave: been quoting. Mr Lee : this : ( instant to close all the hoots, horns, &c., came from Hull. ffo&
".1' the easiness ()raising:; :! provisiongrcit; numbers exhibits two tabular: .statements; one of I I I she :' a id even the material is collected in Russia Prussia aod !
I of people) would transport them-rive( ... which he presents the high duties which hereprescnts !I we hive : order immediatly iollow- other places on the continent as well as places
, ., I; thither to settle: upon such) im.>rovemnts.Now. : ; to i be paid in he portof the lTnh' >d '!I lina does all beggars! and vagrants at Newcastle: Gateshead &e. 'Ihey emit
' I! : :as people! havebeen. tilled with fears :States, and, in :hi' other those whHi are p.lid j I. up for l (! in state of temporary most offensive smell and it isa strong tact ihat
1:; that. tw'! colonies it'cncouragcd: to rai-e lough; in Canada, generally; abo.it, 2 per cent fid valo I, other ) Caledonian! iMcrcury of di Ihe cases of Cholera at Ilillhead tare
:; t materials, would -ct up for thcm-clves htilregulation rem IJut it did not occur to him thtt the duti's now ; occurred exactly opposite: the depot\iheu'
r. I ';! would remove all these ,jealo isies U'vied in '. anada are paid elm! fly paid on I of : : publication the progress ol they vv. re un IJ pped. The medical gentle
f r ,": ont of tint way. Th"y h.ivc never thrown or British manufactures or on articles pas>ing I annudly : t in our immediate vicinity man have given it as their opinion that t tie ,
< I \yoveanysiikasycttlut: \\e have heard; of. : from one to aiotherp.irt of a common ('lJIpil e; :States ( t r plt.1. On Monday the offi hoofs &e. might have produced tee cholera!
I' ,' 1 Therefore, if: a U,v was made 1') prohibit the' and, that, lopiest-nt a parallel} ease ill the L'- becomes ? \' from Mussclburg and they have decided tendency to perpetuate
J! u-e of every throstt r'.- mill, 'r dou'.iling or : nilcd States.he ought to have; shown that im- Is it not occurred from its tart it after it has broken out The authorities actor-
1 hording silk with any mach.ne wh.itever, they p irt itions made into one state from an.ith', their Wednesday up to Minday dingly i >?ued an order that no vessels loaded
:-1: 1.1t;' \vould then so.n.Ut. U:; raw. Vnd, as they will which! are now free, are sIlt: jed to the sameor \Vo.jld .- the number ot 63: case.-: with such material shall: (be allowed! to deposit
j' i 1 have the providing: roujh matmah to th 4111.1t higher duties than are paid in Canada I In-r! :: Monday and .Tuesday; its cargo within a n.ile! of the town of Kirkmtilloch .
..:.'I i :, selves4) wo ': f them. If encouragement: be given for rai.ingh : : particular considerniio of the ar .11- ;1 guilty of yesterday states 17 new I on the canal bank enclosed in hogshead
d t. !sno, fl.iv.: & '. d d'Uhtle! they will bm to me'its! urged: agnin-t the protective; -t llI, : Ket- to ( making in all Ii4 cac: has been removed.Tough. .
t ,:": manI'; U'lUre, if not prevented, fhre fore, to I and an inquiry: into its practi'-al; opt ration, e...- i j (000), be ; recein.dome: information(. f
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,I1 t: stop: the progro.sol'any: suh;\ lIl'Uluf.lurl': it j peci.illy! on the cotton growi ;g conntrAnd: eight; or (: :; from a :gentleman:; who is a .-A writer ,n a St, Clalrville (Obi4l) I
I. i is rKonosc-1 that no we.avr there :;bail) nave as I wish to -tatc and meet the arL'.iments r t But i if : [ ;::, Board ot Health paper, tflls the following? story is word
j t: .I" liberty- to set up; any looms. without first: registering I I fairly: i invite corre tion of my statem;Tit ot itifneoossary. !, demand There have been true :-', In Novcmbei, 1827, then every living
.1;t :a.\, : at an oTie( I kept lor that 1 ; purpose: and 'I It is i alleged! that the system op. for the |: r n that to .rn but oy the harrison county Ohio. I killed a small*
- ;1- ,. the name :111.1 I place of abode of any journeyman I crates prejudicially: the cotton: pl-uiter, by the scope : medical gentlemen, the and dressed in on the face of a large red-oak
I that: shall: work with him. But if any fl diminishing: the foreign demand lor hi.. staa ale: tion: 1'J of this was arrested stump; In :March following, I observed nxxff
-<< II< i particular: inhabitant: shall be inclined! to have ; that wy cannot sell to t -reat Britain unless: is character malignant; of tho bristles on the stump from dressinglfe
,
; b any I linen or woo len made of their own -pinning | we buy from her; th.it the import duty is equivalent ? is rather extraordinary have b.'en a I f| [hog, to be slicking into the stump end-wise-
they j-hould not he abridged of the same : to an export dutv, and l ialls upon the cottOn to the recoveries I 1 I and on pulling them out I found to each biist
1 : liberty that; they now make use; ot: viz. to carry : i! grower; that South Carolina pays a dis- mand fallen into the collapsed ,. two or three roots from a half to threc-founiu
: 1 to a weaver ((who shall! he licensed by the. j proportionate quota of the public revenue; ; that his portion of the :suffer- of an imh long, having actually commcncedi
ranks f life colliers who
; ; : governor) and have it wrought up for the use all abandoment: of the protective poli'-y would augment t hatters* ; and others vegetable growth. The writer fthis curious -
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.t of the family, but not to be sold to any person lead to an augmentation of our exports of an system is es piece of natural history must be the same
in a nrivate. manner, nor exposed to any market amount not le-s than one hundred and fifty its dissipated and irregular! I man (whom it is told, that art a certain t tics:
or fair, upon pain of foncituro. millions of dollus; and finally, that the south ,! the ( I I .hen slaughtering a hog in the woodshef: !
t1 ",\1Il1, inasmuch as they have been sup- cannot partake of tho adv ntige; of manufacturing ![ injurious i : some of the relatives of his jack knite which dropped among the driti
., plied with all their jron manufactures: from I there be any. Let u> examine these I creatures has been un- leaves: & in the following summer happenn;
hence, except what is u -ed in the budding ofsliijH i I various proposition.* in detail.! I i. i hat the cotton rec, having absolutely left to pass the same place 'he was surprised to
,r' t and other country work, ()UO hat 01'our :I II lorr-ign demand (for cation i is (diminished; and I dred fts-i-tance and the see a large bush; covered with jack-knives, I
i exports! being; supposed! to tic in NAILS; a I I that we cannot sell to (jJrent BI itlil*, unle-s we I! other remains to the mem which hung depending from the stems E a I Ifwit.
hitherto j of her. The demand I Health. The extent of .
: manufacture; which they allow h :s neve a buy ; of both our great that
been: carried m among them, it i is propo-1;j I foreign <'Utomrris: constantly and iinnually i I! would be necessity of early inter- -
4 sed they shall, for time tq come, never erect I increasing. It is true, that the; rafo ofin-i better to : to dispense with the Wanted to be l\larricd.-On the morning
; ti the manufacture of any under the size; of of a rea.-c may not be. equ .1 to that of production; !; if instead : such occasions. A large; of Christmas day a circumstance occurred
i! : two shilling nail, horse: nails exneptcd; that all but this i in o-.\ ing; to the flict; that the power of j; the ; }' ground sufficiently I I Northfleet Chrc'i' which unti.tunately .nterrup-
., slitting nails and engines: for drawing wire or producing the raw material: is much greater, thou-ond or three coffins abreast I ted divine service in a most; ludicrous manner.
: weaving stockings, be put down; and th it every and is therefore constantly; in advance of the NWthern 20 feet. V layer of earth I The clergyman had nearly delivered half to'
: smith who keeps a common forge or :shop, power consumption. A -mglu: fact: will il- cotton !I t : t t-er then a second tier of I sermon when a young clodhopper, dressed
shill register his name and place of abode lustrate. The avenige produce of laborers not IH [ < tely till the grave is filled j|I m a white frock coat with a blooming lassie
I: and the name, of every servant whi. h he shall engaged; I in the cultivation I o" cotton I may be i I ted by f is made to hold 14 or 15 i by his side and attended by two friends entered
employ'hlt'l1 license shall be renewed once e.-timatcd at five hales, or fifteen hundredweight t I of his :>s of the disease has !been I I i I the church and advancing towards the pulpit
I every year aid pay for the liberty working to the hand. Supposing the [ ] > or three day.; Tne medi I[i exclaimed! "An you please your Honor I
at such trade. That all negroes: shall be pro- annual average consumption of each individual I i that the virulence of the j i, come to be named!" The minister wa3f0:
4: c hibited; from weaving either linen or woollen who uses cotton cloth to be five pound.-., A : j I : much altered. i I the instant astour.ded by his most unseasona-
: or spinning:. or com'iingof wool, or w rkin at one hand can produce enough ol the raw material paper of t at Beil, near Dun- blc application but presently recovered IB
r ; any miuufacture of iron, further than making: to el"ithe three hundred. ered besides other places composure: and told the young joskin he must
: : it into pig or bar i on. Th it they also be prohibited The argument comprehends two errors, one opinion I have: been received. come the next daThe congregation were
% :; rom manufacturing; ; hats. stockings: or fact, the other principle. It assumes that we j i iconfessed are afraid it is quite cer- unable to restrain their risible faculties and
leather, of any kind, this limitation will not abridge do not in fact purchase: fiom G reaL hntam. : : cases have also occur- i! fora. few moments an unhallowed titter disturbed
I of What i i-i the true state of the ? There the
a t the planters any privilege they now case arc ; solemn stillness of the sacred ed
t will their industry certain, but few articles hich of the 29th! spates that ifice.
aa, f enjoy. On the contrary, it turn very it is quality I I [Londot Paper.
t a ; to promoting and raising these: rough thought sound p hey requires that we should I I Hoard Health have pla- i -
. tilvi materials.." manmacture at home, and on these, ; (the tariff! An I the avenues of the en Alettcr dated Wa>hington, and pl1bli ned
41 The author then proposes that the Board of. operates.:; But' with rc.-pect to all the rest\ I prints, in order to prevent the in the New York Advocte, says-" Lettets
; n : and Plantations should he furnished with statistical and much the larger number of articles of :: and other characters were received to-day from Governor Lucnpti"!
iq : : account* of the various permitted man- taste, fihion, or utility. they arc subject to the sun the seeds of infection. i by several of the Georgia Representatives OB
a ut' 'cturcs, csrabk them to encourage or depress no other than; revenue dutio-, and they an and most rishcrwomen from Prest- i the subject of the decision and mandate of fc
:V l the ind.istry of the colonists, and prevent i freely introduced. I have before me from the &c, hud also been denied Supreme Court. The Governor declares that
lI :[ the danger of interference with British I (treasury a statement of our imports from I' II- accident no truth in this. A: quar- I shall continue to enforce the laws of &
I industry." land, Scotland und I in land, including; ten :: been e8taLli had at Leith I state of Georgia-any law, decision, mandate
"It is hoped t 11.:1! : this method would allay years, preceding; the la.-t, and! three quarters A ( entrance of any fishing or I or procedure of the Federal Government t tf
the heat that: pe'';,Iu would have shown, for of the last year, from whii h it will appear that tug near whoo[ line oldie cast f the contrary notwithstanding. HehaduotJ1*
4 destroying the iron works on the plantations, although there are some fi.x'tnations in the amount of that .u heard from Judge Dougherty upon whom t if" ,
t a and pulling dowi: all their fcrge.--takm. 1- of the different years, the largest: amount him-" descriptions of population mandate was served but he will refuse to &: |
I a way, in a violent manner, their estate and imported in any one year! has: been since the u I am holds of the disease charge the missionaries even should the Ju 4. properties; -preventing the husbandme of getting tariff of 1821, and that the Ia-t year's importation morning, it will make dreadful issue a Habeas Corpus for that purpose. &
,4 ,; their ploughshares, carts and other utensils when the returns of the fourth quarter am not crowded population. An will also proceed to survey the territory of W
mended; destroying the manuf.icturo: of shall "c received, will probably be the ;greatest morning, Jan. 27th, says: (Indian*, and to distribute their lands by\\oM, %
aa ship building, by depriving; them of! the liberty in the whole term of eleven years. am number of its victims among! the citizens Georgia, according j tj
; 1 ranking blfs, -pikes, and othcr things proper JSovv, ifit be admitted tit there i j.s a less* amount the reply, and dissipated portion of the lawotGcorgia.:: lIe is he says; sustaIn
! a;1 J for carrying on th it work, by which article returns of the protected articles imported from was sent we have heard of sev in this course by thj authorities and by tho
;1 : are made for purchasing our woollen Great Britain, she may be, und probably is, lo I \' from its usual course people of Georgia."
1; ,' manufactures.: compensated for the deficiency, by the increased establised at Leith (for
: Such:; is the picture colonists dependent consumption in America of the articles An vessels and fishing boats To day Judge Baldwin, of the Supren!
j
.
upon the mother country! for the necessary sup- of her industry not t falling within the scope the North of coast and policemen Court, gave a most able and interesting opInIOn *
,I. pas: drawn by a writer who was not among of the policy ot our protection.- i'he establishment and different avenues leading on the great Florida Land case.-It **3
i (d th' m .ber of those who desired: todbar them I of manufactures among us excites I in ity the entrance of vag- in favor of the riaimants. The numerous I local
I the| means-of building a vessel, erecting a.. the creation wealth, and this gives new powers asked a : there is little chance that facts-the great knowledge displayed dan i
jl! for e, or mending a plough hare, but who v.as consumption, which are gratified by the liked that can be adopted the historical and other records of J.Jon
: .! willing; to promote their growth and. prosperit purchase of foreign objects. A poor nation visitation .of this subtle bearing on the case were principally dra8
I, :4 i as far as, wa consistent with( the paramount : can never be a great' consuming nation. Its a 80 month precaution, however has from the able argument of Col. White who if:**
j'; interests( : or the manufacturing or parent state. poverty will limit its consumption to bare sub- ) cffectualy should it arrive. conducted the case with uncommon learning
I "2. The advantages to Great Britain from I sistence. A into wards; by which med- and research. In many respects, besides ff
-- I 1 kecj i g tin: ro.'oulsts: : dependent on her for I The erroneous principle which the argument currence with sreed and cer the claimants', this opinion has deep and :t-
their, essential supplies. I includes is, that it devolves on us the took :lt cordialty subsists ding interest, from the glimpses if i gives 0 the;:'
*
- "if we examine into the circumstances duty of taking care that Great Britain slull bo not of Health and the :Medical opinions of the Court on Questions DO" r'*
a
I the inhabitants of our plantation* and our )\ 0.1 enabled to purchase (from us without exacting tbo I dreaded disease, cholera ram judice as the learned lawyers say. _f'.ic 4

S Leith. Early on Thurs. same principles which were acknowledged

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should apply to Ac"j l'cw 1rrok, f rom a person who arrived the
tcision; thereat IGtb ultimo at lishing a: Territorial Government in ...
controversy, Laguna de TerDino8 Florida. Ii .
boundary: having t of Letters .
Jersey <
from
.
come
New thatport. Be it enacted *
the
Senate l
mind but New a' I have by and House of
exist a doubt in my this moment arrived from REMAIN: iN d in the l'o"t 'Office at Tallahassee : 4
Vera
Representatives of the United States
'ann. victorious-oy ler. clams I and Cruz after a of America on the 31st March !
come* off passage of 48 hours. On the i day of Io32; if not

11.Tbe ork Court distinctly I recognized that morning of our leaving that place, the Government elected Congress one member assembled, That there shall be taken out by.the 3OfhJune wIll be sent to the I
ofthe
Legislative
1 charters :I\'f'n by a legitimate RO- troops were in front of the Council Genera) Post Ojfico as dead 'Letter
or town with in
the
;
3nts Territory of Florida, from
treaty between the Uni"tutes the intention of the counties A-Adam,Morris A. Kcilogg. Lyman
before any attacking it. Santa
ment Ana of Madison
had
and Hamilton and Anderson, J cob i TAlkins
time
foreign nation oral any a tremendous battle one from Kimbrougti, Bradley
and Tolomo
d a considered bind- he 800 which at so that out of the county Walton in said Territory. John 'f.. Kelly, John ,

r;f tbe revolution, were men he took with him, scarcely 1, APPROVED March 22, 1832. Adkin, David L-Lea. John W.

nod legal in this country, and by our rules 200 have returned, and himself, being wound- Aligood, Daniel Lcmmon, SusannhLemmons

1' The rule was applied in the claimants ed, with great ifficllhv. FOR NEW Arserritte, George Sanch T' TE Mitchfor r"e between J nf). Henry and Thad-:
ORLEANS } D "mJ OjJ)1) 1 *: '". :
Ii. 2 ji he
( under which the lands were "Of f the SOO A TK>MT, Francis Lennnon, James ran over tho
eto'thc men horn Santa Anna, took back St. Al Elbert Laslie John .7J<< ; Sch the U. S. with to Marks on Saturday ;tr, at Quincy: on
contested him.
by Friday the 27n
wa: to Toloma 300 ; lUSU1ht.
have ,
e1' nd ; been killed, Ashy! Lccy Logan, Joseph
Dtm.rl but overruled as being an untenable and the t same number prisoners. Nearly the 2lst April. B-BaJdwinlohn Lines, John April 17th 1S3 33- tt:

( whole of the 9th battallion TIlE Regular PACKET SchoonACORJVELIA Busks, John. Lucas, William NOTICE.
d
rition. was stro.cd.lie .- '
into Bradford, Thos.-A. Lewis, 31rJ. E.
It i quite unnecessary to enter' largely was still in possession of the castle and \ Capt. Westervelt, will sail for the Ballard, Rufus "* : Lewis, E. E. ALL persons hav n claims against: the

'he merits ofthc Florida cac. on the princi- tht town, *nd determined to defend it to -- port on Saturday the 21st above of- Buff; David *- \I-l\lil1er, Mary, of John V Garey dec'd. are requested to estate

the decision was principally the last with the few Brigs, WilliamBaxter Miller, IsaacMeglathery them to the present ..
'J of equity men who remained with April, her fivijiht or passage, apply to the Capt.oil subscriber ; and! those indebted to J

: de .\ mot luminous exposition was given him ; but it i i' my nelief that, in the end, heI I board at Magnolia, or Mr. Kerr &, Sturgc.s, Bowen, George Silas 2 Sarah, Austin C. said estate are required to make immediate pay
p ,
Jth! nature of land, grants-the authority will be obliged to yield." Tallahassee, or St. Marks. Any orders entru-' IV>othe. E. Mcintyre Alay, J nne .. ment to M. FEKMINA GAREY, A i

nukes: them- the rules of low which"r."tthCIIlan cd to Capt. W. will receive the utmost attention Brown, Miss Francestiddleton, John Administratrix.
"iJlct, : 17th .
the whole system; nsdevelo1)V Since the above was put in type the followii""Mter April 17th 1832.: 35-if. P.uffking, SilasButtcrficld Murrell, Daniel A. April IS3-!. 35-tf. .

"' derisions of other Mates in the I i I j whiihwe find corroborated in N. B. The Schr. Cornelia, will stop at St. William Murchisod, James, W. LosT, by the subscriber near the head of Lake .'. i
;,,',d the sub- Marks to call for passengers or freight. Bacon, Go). E. S. lil1cl', W. ,, on the 15th of Mxrch last a POCKETBOOK ,
of the laws and tu'atipsroanrc1CJ stane by the Censer of :
the C'
tIJfl.( The history 4th in>t has been Blockcr, Stephen McDougald, Alexander nt :
with the acquisition of Vloriih was 1 p ... I iy communicated! to us. It was received Administrator Notice. Burnc-s, John F. Maultsby, AVilliam bill, also a note on C. C. Williams for $63--a note 03 .. ;

d expounded-together with a brie'hut ; In the schooner Jalapena, which arrived yes- ALL )persons indebted_ to the estate of Aaron I Brutnn, David Morrison, MalcomN on Benjamin for hogan; for 2o-and a note on John.' \
I ) i C-Cooper, James Nuttall V.'. B. 9 Taylor $80. The finder w ill be j
Bannister liberally '
from deeeas-ed rewarded
of ] underAgjrcatv tenlay Tampico are requested to make :
and
arising
parallel ('ac boars date Vera -
payment
on it
; review rctun.ing !
ikir! I Cromartie Alex.-nider to the Subscript
I Niles, JobT.\ 3 or I leaving it -:10: : .
C'ruzMarch4 immediately. And all tlu e who have deniands the at : 11"
the of Louisiana- At five this Post Offic '.
acquisition ( ,
for ) I morning i Cromartie, Mrs. U. A. O-Ou ,den, Solomon JNO. ATEWCO3IR. : :
and eral .anta Ana entered Gt.n-I against the Estate are requested'ro present Cone, Fountain Tallahassee April 17th 1332.
\c. i:. Courier: Knquircr. j I here alone having Oucil, Cation B. 333. i
routed by the of 4! them duly! authenticated, within the time Cwper, B. F. 2 P._Potter, Israel, Law I.
.j troops Cel lderon. The action prescribed by law. HARDY VICKEttS.Administrator.. Cr\IJllh.Tames Parker, William Library for Sale. ; j
took THE
Depth of the Lakps.I riC' i? about 35. place yesterday and lasted from 7 in'I Clialres, Benjamin PachrIr.. Administrators on the Estate of James A. :;. t I:

St. < lair, about 4 fathoms Huron, the morning till 4 in the afternoon at which L Tallahassee, April 17th 163-2.: 35-tf. Clark, William B. Pearson William Dunlap, deceased will offer in Quincy, on the 1st ",
ath()ni I hour the lew LI Cowurding, :\1is. Ann Porter James Monday in i :
remaining troops ot Santana I ; May
and Supeiior about 900 feet in ; .qdininistrators'.N'olice.
licbl'Kan pla Cook, Isacc Purifoy, Tilman D. (being Court !
were dispersed. The General had received I day) the LAW
and
is about 300 feet below the ALL claims Cook, Washington N" MISCELLANEOUSLibniry .
which surface persons having against the) estate Pnidcn, Charles N. 1
u!O,uCtbe Ocean. a contusion in the leg. Of the whole division I of the late Adam: Crawford, deceased, are required Crensift\v! :MicajaiiCarrutluTs ; Posey, Shadrach tion. The of the deceased, at Public Auc .' (.I ;

i".,_ __ _.' that left thi.; place all that have not fallen ha e to present them duly authenticated within the :?lrs. Su -- : on the of
Dni day Safe. \
-- been uoundedor made prisoners; and we arc time prcscritad by law, or they will be f forever ht, It-aacM.:: Pressnall:Absalom A Stallion of .
fine : j
FLORIDIAN Dickinson Mood!
John) will
THE 2 also be *
: I Phelp.s Clisha B.K sold the
at (
assured
that had barred. Those
indebted said
the eraval-y]! charged not a J (to estate are requested Draper, William! -.Rian EdvrnlI'ousseau same time and place. : t

i4LUJ c2-$ single iudivid'ial. would have been left to tell I to make immediate payment. Douliiur, William I :, I Ignatius:: HE RY GEE. > !
the tale. Landera ANDREW YOUNG, Ad'mr.Jackson Dykes) Jacob II.
't
--- - --- -- --- ---- the second in command to Hoherts J. W. C. H. DuPONT.J Adm're. '

-TUESDAY MORNING. APRIL 17. Santa Ana is wounded and a prisoner and it Countv: April 17th 1832.: 35-tf Dtmkin, :Xt than Richard, Cliiud Jr. Gadsdcn Co.. April 17th 133-2. 35_.i. .' ;
._ E
-nil! : ,
Ehjih1'atti.n --
-- -- Rocits! L'L"vruwartig '
1
-- appears that of the 6th and 2d .regiments: nota JOHNTAYLOR Y" ;. -- -.
S : :
E -- mi'h, A. H.Selpli For
We cakrstlllJ: : tint: i it is: probable the special 1 soul remains. Iti.s very probable that in two .f1 i'OJtJfEY( Jlf LA\r. Evans, David L. l, Sar.il: ftew-Orleaus ;

'-'Ulittl'CIIl1tn.> Mk will make an appropriation !I days at the latest the Goverment troops will be) WILL practice in the Counties of Thomas FolkrVilliam F Fritsiran, S. :StationMliam: and hack to AS''l. : .
H. 2 ..Jliarks.i
: ;pava (laiiTiT: sum for the lands on Santa Rosa j here to dictate terms of submission in the surrender Dec. tur, E.uly, Baker, DIy, Lee, Suiuter, Foster, Winslow :-;icwarr, S.unnclSimpson lV.. THE tU,t jailing ;
2
I .
", !\ -c')lUMili-'nusj lilt? U. s. as having! pur- oi'the place. It create. a painful lee- 'I Randolph; and Stewart, ill Georgia as heretofore Foster, Arthur Smith, Ilev.31.Simmons, ri-.t' Sdir. Columbus Copptr Fastened ,i

,.a.'l'J l 1U ir a very inadequate; cln) idl'ratiun.-Tlit' ling in the people of Veia Cruz to witness ; and in the Counties of Jackson, Faycttc, CJ-Garey, John V. 2 Thomas 24 Citrr. Davis j i

this havoc ma-'e' among hersons. i fiadsdcii: Leon, Jellerson, and at the Appalachi- GrtI:1m.1rolm: ; 2 :Stuart: Josiali : is daily; rxpcccd r"om
rlili'aiiJltUks"ttre rKuig in value.V ) Gibson\ C/J.jRLE81'O.'; tn this I
cola I5.iv in E. R. _
Florida. ,
| port front
T .j' .
"The action Ilczclu'h ..
took
between w. : siItUc '
3Ianautra Ul'ntrl i
\1v\ learn l furtlier, mat all the Agencies are to and Ccrro Alto. place April( I7lh 1S32.; 35-fim. ((1 reenti ', Charles Tailor, John and return back.mmedhtcly, ,rocecd New-Oran! .. r, j\

1> Ji<* wtinueJ./ except that: of Gen. CJarkr.1. .- Tux Gantt, Daniel Taylor, John oa's'e, ranbeaccomodate-d.p.rson."islsing to en a e freight ur 1 I
or.Notice.
A>'i :-: CJates, SprnscrGamins' on reasilnahle terms 0ap.lying

'.%- were" the w.mI. Philadelphia, March 23. I will attend at the following plares: f for the purpo.v Ed wan!2 Toun-.cnd honapbon} ,, Dr.IJczckiah \" JOIt farly 1 1.32.tf: ) KERR 3.4. STIJEtGES.'rI by 1;

Messrs Clayton, AdamMeDnffic: : Johnson ) 01!famessing: ; the I Territorial I and I County Taxes FI-Harri*, James 1 ern'1, Erasmus ---- ------ tf. :
(G .\'. Brancli: : late Secretary of the Navy, arri- for I lutrhev'ii,James E. ----- t
Thom, \\atinough, and I'amhreleng: I I the County. Leon Vi/ : Tiltnii, rs'chcmiahV J4
;
llf-nion Peter B. 01' New-York. "i
in the Northern ; .
vi ISM 1 evening St.igc. At the iouse( of Allen: Faircloth Magnolia ---Vicker Briant
the committee : on > '
'
: appointed to investigate th) al- I Elation, Ivy 2
of Sinai I faus of the Bank of the United States arrived Monday: ::11(' 30tu; day of April. I HotllderViIliam II. 3 W--"oalkcr, Richard _rrT4\4; The Regular Packet ,
A a* the Pox is reported at St. At tiicr.ivern of \Ir. \Vvnn, St. Marks, on Hunt, Augustus \\\sterE.P. Brig-

\hrios lIl:) I InarJ) a vessel from New Orleans The I in tin-; city )'('...tf rda)', and have taken; TIIooJatle: ; I 1st lay of )Iav.t I lliiison, Daniel M. Willis' John W.U ) T.iLLJULISSEE f the Capt. Bright, will sail
I d J .. th : f'' If''fl I ; ils>on, Jamts >r afo-e port on the 15th
., )kIt the and. u.t ftr-t .\ tne Store of Francis Suddcth Wednesday I Houston inst. for
hm
\ .tit., I.a# port, no( ( ('r is appre- on S'trplicnHall '" (bt, Charles B. passage! : having superior
*id-A :"\':iral! vaccination: : : is n-commended : the 2d day I of May.At I ( !!, ? bj.;: \V'illiam .-) VVilhs, Jonathan Apply to the Captain on Board or foTAYLOR accomodaticn3 ,

,:.mlya! a.pneaLIti1n, but a duty\ to those liable! .., :"J' ..... .)'J' ,4. ,. the 3il the..Ialit'House;May.At of.Eli! w on Thursday: I bury fnves,, I Iliram Fe.ckiahIlyiKs or John 'Vhile teaJ James J.Vhcatoii & KLEIN : .

LAWS or Tl'G: liNt: fED: s TA fTs \ John L. St. Marks. '
air tin oat-ome: disease.We PASSED: of MINS: Mary April 10th t 133-2.: i
,i the House James Uus.sc! on Friday the U'ood, R. \V.Vil.von 34 ,f. .
i AT THE F1KST SESSION 01' THE I22d:; CO. GltESS.IPtm.ll,1010. 1 Fliwcs, P. C. __. -
publish! the l;,14 l! ;whijr; communication within j [ 4lh day ol :\Iay: lIamitouiWilIiam! F.flnckley \ Simpson ; New-Store in ;,
WillLims
At the House of Thoi .as 11. Handley on Monday ,John Qaincv. '.
?
whether the limits the claims of the /: of f ; 'A'.ukley, S .hlen S.Winslaw Ga.1salcll. County anti its ;
: :issign&d to the Snni t.ltt' South Carolina the IIou e of John Havis on TUesday the Jouhn, Jnrncs viriniry, that: they ha\'e ,
) .
i I.l'" -. tf :are flit sufficient lor their! Mibsi>tK. t- against the United t.\tes. 8th day of May. Jordan, MilfsJiilmstnii '\" Elisha opener found a good a stnre in IIIIS pai'! '(, "here will always he ; .
'a herhr, Thomas. ortn1Pnr flf Seastn
u'liiio: : they are tncourajjed\ in idleness: and He it enacted by the :Senate and House of Attl'ie Store of lU'rd* & Parish Wednesday. ; 1 David; l lEC '\ 111I.llls./}I.iiryS. DRY-Gn, GROfEIUF.S\I! Tp floods such as fl' :
,
the 9th of Ker Dav."d2Klein
.xov.:,ioiitv hy the rus-plu'elllibc'ralit.\; !; Gov- Rrpre-entuivesoftie; United States of America day: May \V raft, William H.-\ROW'\R er'TLERY, ;
assembled hat the At the House: or'SoJ11! Smith, on Thursday the Edward C1JO! L {'Urrs. CROCKF.1UF. ('a..ASVARE[ :: :
.ui'ai:; n dKfibu'iMor: piovisious them in Congress; properaccounting ] ,
on
10th ot'1iv.! .
among E17Peron.
day : > : calling fr SADDLE .
of Letters BRIDLES
the above
:
any & '.
& '.
offi of hIP J'rra.iurv
; t Jl'Sl'J1tl1jlln) of want. ers be, and At the Hou.se: of John! Blocker on Friday the T.;:.11 p.ca! e to say advtred; letters. TIle wh.le of whi"h" "i:1: Ie !nTJ'; { 1%

they are hereby, authorized] and! directed to liquidate 11th I day of My.At ; I. G. SEARCY, P. 7\1. ran be rltN'has'tI tillS fi\r fl'c.m Xi\\-i as:\Ton..heap; ns they invite

SEMINOLE AGENCY, and settle the rl.iim of the State of li.e; Iloiist- of-Scbastian Fritzman on Sat- April 3d 1S32, 33 3t. their friend' and tllf' pnbIi' in .neral to They call and- .

South Carolina the United! ur day the 12th of : j'idre' fur thf.mEleIvf' They !
2 1831. jjgiin-t States for day: May.At A rrr'firltv solicit '" share
April
: 11st of uf iTie PIttic:
interest:' upon money actually expended her the Ollice of Daniel: MrRancy Esq, in the Letters pafronae. TAYLOR & KLEIN
J, iBe Editor, of by I
> the Floridian Quincy, April 3d 1832.
( in ;
the
,for military stores for the use and bcnelit of I C tv of Tallahassee on Monday the 14th day olMa. JE.\LtININ' Post Jtfce at Quincy Flr-r- :X. B. The ,33 rf
SIR{-la a letter from Col. White publish-! I the United States and :iV. JL\US: l 1J;R V A N, Jr., Asse., :)r.'J'llIaliascl' 3 1 M.March! 1S32, "I Lich if lot. taire" I .\";; will be storap :In.I 1 W-WSSIOJf BITScancd _
: on account of her niili-, Jy tIme' 3I 1st July' on -is usual; at St. Varks. i'SS
Aj'td' 1711- is.32.NOTICE J.:. : next, they \ill be Sent to _
-t .
of '
invir: \ the Gth ultimo t I
[paper connnent- tia, whilst in the service ofthc United States, -- -_ Pot Office as dad lettt-rs. T f f 'ATT v .ft.* .

.;- upon: the boundaries as; r"'iied the Semindun :: during the late war with (G. Britain; the moneyso TO A. I.a.lit:, Nrihl I V. ccinati- n. :it

: .. ui.der thf. I I Ic having been drawn the - ,A :lI.1SLla'r.: j t riM'JE [)('*tr Tiid m'liir'MU .
twafof. Fort :MoulMy ',. expended : by- State I i 1'U1UiLtI1 U.iJc'scr Lloyd, Richard JL pr'- 'rH ,.f Tallahi! =sec
i from fund which she I Loilli, J&se1hi I antllJ.e adjarent ('rtnlry ili f I :
.. he "111f'Ihe: Jm'iatu !i a upon :; was then receiving m.I'It' ; of M vaccinated: free
) rcmon-tra-\ : PJliil' 2'T. charsre hy :
THE :li'plic\tioll
interest. undersigned! :: ,erc1v gives notice thai a at u\v f' Ic*.
I II !
nndth" rlilit was extended) to omhr.iee [ : I certain LOT in Tallaha: upon whic.'i! : the I I5iwihJ.! JalJl S I :McMillan, Catharine j JSU.: :vrcLE.>nRE. -!
Sec. 2. And be it P. "nril :
fuithcr enacted, That McSwain 17ir) tc : .
-' Big Hammock and with tint addition, the I! House I stands: now occupied as a Court !house, is ; IV-lc! :Sarah:: :Mrs. Alexander ____ 35f. I.
in ascertaining the amount of interest to be McCav, A. S. C.u.MtF..fhn.l. .. !
.tnt I! Iii3 property-that; the title in f fee i.s in him and Bullo k, Ge..r"i; Jr. l-Qq1 !)
now romes with their petition allowing I paid, as aforesaid, to the State of South Carolina has never been parted with to any person what Kov.'in William! X. G.Msirj.hy N' 'TI(1f" ;, 1 t., riy! zirei to.I1RC1T..l.VTS, 1.- .. :

.'-lit is; in.-ufiV-ient, and praying! an aprOpriiU I|, interest shall be computed upon sums ever. All persons cautioned against purchas- Brown, itobort : Mitybfe} ,, Mr.liraaa tlr Li 1.LPiLc.'..:... rj, ;. ..Iud1, .hoe/ shje't; tn pay TAX ,. _- f.'" I; I

to teed them." I made no rcprescnta- I, expended by the State for the u=-c, and benefit ill!! the same, or removing therefrom any fixtures ('. I j .Mi'>v.-iin, DnrhlI r.I'j'f.'!; r, : ,:>!. I)..i n/t',/ !t'T tip('-it: and ottain ';lem im- ;.
Conic ;; \\-i
)! ;
)
in'n
,B of the insufficiency thcSeminoln coun- ': of the United States: as aforesaid, and which 1 whatever therefor( under penalty of being maJe liable (-"nunn, ,Washington}B. X. r \ld..iill!, NtillIi" amt :'.V} \; r: !tL lia:,!". t,. h.y 11I.hi, T tt, Xt tic['l.Intcndant,

'. as at 1 have been, or shall be repaid to South Carolia in law. This notice is given, as the Cut!,::n, Incrt)1.! I G.; K.: r li1NNLs.: Treasurer :
|_ present occupied' to support 'hat t Trustees of John Lauda'man have thought proper N'fln, William! ,
I by the United States. Conii'iKowis j ot the Citf ,
,111', and that the community not be in I to advertise the aid lot tor: safe, as his propern' CCIIIl1 \Iarlha: :Xicllllr. (,n, MalconiI !irrt l.t ; h! Y-I'\-.) Tahlalisc.., : 4
may .,
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That 1). ;-a. _
HARDY -
'rrll as to the nature of the petition of the j I the following claims of the State of South ;April 17th 1832. VICKERS.35-tf.Justices' Call & Duiij!n.1', !.I Owen?, Jo-hna A. t 1----- :.IliIflhZjSflIIOTS'"oIic. : I
*
nstoilie President of thH) United States, I Carolina against tho United States, which Ditkson- An run P.Paramr.rr i --1- r.'ri'Fi-: : :: "1. Artinini.srs-ti'ionliav-n'l'cen I r ;
Court.Tallahassee AVilliamPirkctt \ :
erant
>DCX a copyofth.it document for publica- j have been heretofore disallowed, in consequence E.: John, .j2.4 'II to I rIa.' *.d'''"r-iFs F < f. ",)On rflc! "st'e nf Sammi.1 ,
:: District, Ellis, William; l: r.'t:, ':'c"t.I.-Xor Is .
", with tins letter of their not coming within the regula- Patterson, Bait.! : it .,.ill .IJ'rd\'. :?in'J1 to all persons '_ i.
for .
publication.Your April Term, I Ia32.: $ G.Gib.scn ? ", ? .:!'; aain: rlu. 2 .
0111. scrvi. I tions of the Government, hall. be adjusted, I Ordered, that this Court be adjourned until i Samuel) R.Cle Powers Piltman,,James John T. :' 1"l.r" I :111' t.HI'lrt"! : I, "\t,11I1; : I the t'-ta! t v.m., to' pn'srnnu preent .hem by i. .

and settled, that is to say: : Monday the 23d inst., Jurors, witne.-sf?, and ; *-, IlenryGiahiiiiMr. Pre.-Iey, Thomas !'r hw : ,:10.1 to iLls! :ndcketl, I') makl' Jl'ment: with- ..

JOHN PHAGAX.COPY I First.; The cost of certain cannon-ball- parties summoned will take notice and attend: accorJingl.r. Gmht"1, Jjlliitl5. Pri'! nel!, A'-sahtm: I on: "lt LIy. C. 1!. luPflN'T A.Tm.r : '

purchased: or procured by the said State for I Parker, Brian V.1i: 'Jf> \TI! :1nn x'fJ. I :
OF Parties interested !in (unfinished busin \ of II. .. II.1) J I n" "n r,>., Fl-rih. Ann? iO-"- ic-o ., f__.o..' .
PETITION.SEMINOLC I her military defence during the late war and ( ? I'.T:_,_._ T'L _' ... : :
L. [1JI:" .l"rt''IY :: Rire "-01. M.Rogers 4. g i.,4Z
Hugh Campbell_ Esqr., one of my predecess ;;- .I ( 7'ClJIfJf.'JQ m
the
officers of the United
I rejected by inpecting Haley, Mitlhew B.Iliirvfy John! .
are notihcd that his docket will he taken : ,
upon the
ACENCV, States<: in consequence of their not being that day, and the unfinished business closed Hail Mich-ic-1 Robinson, Wm. II. Ol1EVER Itch" !
I HL', ;
conformable the standard fixed :inboihnm S. H rnt'lP.rarp. ,? onf 'hour '
Octohcr'2Oth 1831. to by the Department agreeably to law. HickMr.. ; and no danrr from taking coM application i

tie t the undersigned Chiefs and Head :Men of War: Provided, That the balls so THOS. M. BRADFORD, J. P. Hester, :ATathcw Slate,, SamuelSmith Polly fr.es Omiment.! This' ; reparation for by pfeasantnes umng Dum-, '
'
rejected shall belong to the United States. April 17th 1532.* 35 1tJI1'Y Iw. Houston, Samuel N. pfenr.; wpedition. P.Pand ,
theSm.nole: Indians, assembled in ('oun.teqI1est __ ___ __ __ _____ Scarborough- Jesse the curt' uf tlli ct'rtainl'taDd unrha-: I
k Second. The amount paid by the State of Hiinlty, John II. T. troubresome com2aint.; ; It i suo -I ;

t the Agent to represent to the go- South Carolina for the transportation of military TAXES J. Thruminond, James diagreezJie rapid, liS \\'t'II.t! dlSonfer certain in its operation. as to cure thi t

1Imfnt, that the long and The SulK-criber uerehv notice that he is Jones, Amanda: Taylor! JohnToinlinson. IIIOst effi'ctually in one ''fOur's iipphicition (
: severe drought stores, and of her troops in the service irivs Jones, Elirahrth: ; A. G.Thomas only 1 .,
beSprj 2 and Summer entirely destroyed nfthe U. S. as aforesaid, or recognized by prepared to receive the Cll'Y TAXES l for Tallahassee : Jones, Stith F. William It does not contain the least particle of .i
(.r
: l all those that do not call and their r d1n': OIpr'l1ry. ,
crops of corn, leaving us nothing but the them as having been called out for this purpose Taxes pay K."p.. perfect 5ilnffredienf'a; may Le applied' wir;. ; 1 J.oth J.
:
before
on or the 10th day of May next,- Kinr, I.aacKin safety by pregnant
Ward James 2
cpect over and above the number of he It'"aicsor tochildiea! ; a' I
starvation( and suffering during the wagons are hereby notified that I shall proceed to levy ', John R.KcIIcy Winn, Edmond P.. breast ,
'lItng winter. allowed to each regiment in the army of the and sell their property 10 make their taxes and Wm. H. 'V nick, Adam Price ;J7 l-2ceJIsa box. with ample directions. i

llJu"lDg United States. Costs. PHILIP ULMORE, Kt-lley: } Archibald Sr. \Vri1it, Martha
the favorable scntjmcnts of go- Third. Tha pay or cnmpensiuion allowed by the City MarshaL L. Williams argaret t irfries eye Water!

:rnnt( towards us, we feel it our tluty to said State tn the Paymaster and Commissary General Tallahassee, April 17ih 1932. 35 tf Lines, John 2 ((78 Letters.) For sore or inflamed Eyes. *iv.-s :mmediate ease am!

t .ClU tri use and oilier staflTofficers,whilst they Mere respectively: M. BLUE, P. M. relief. On rerent sor eyes, the effect i is mot salatan.Vherethecomplaintha .'.
your best exertions to maker employed in making or superintending[ : disbursements MEDICAL.The April I Oth 1832. 34 tf. \ been of years standing-. a-.c' .

OUr situation to thePresirent, & if l ,the Alilitia in the service of the United States, as in some exceeding had cases. the most unexpected; nns1dpsirahle !
P08fhtain ( ::>::: > ot the Central B.mk ol Klor- .
fur af' resa it). undersigned have formed a partnershipunder CJAl.\llSbIUM'.H : relief been found in the ue of this F.YK: '
ii Our us a sufficient :supply: of corn Fourth. The sum of&cvcn thousand five hundred the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE, for the receive Quincy on the fust Monday of no ATER. after every, other remedy 'had failed. M.VIV ..
May next to the
h'xt cron. dollars, for Blankets purchased by the State for the practice of the different branches of the science ot 1 said bank. subscription to Capital stock persons who hare usrd it. pnoounce it the best ::.. .
Signed "y use 4)1.1 p'triion of her militia whilst in the service of medicine. have extensive ation for these complaints they have wIth.prep :;J
Jj They on hand an April l I Oth 1332. 34 3t. ever met c- i
''C02f'pc and the United Slates. supply ()t f fresh medicines which they will disposeof pecially in cases! of soreness! oi inflamation of long staadm .'
twenty three other Chiefs 5th. The value of the present contract liberal Webbville tUsttt.G' Salt. ? Price Solents a bottle.
Head on terms. Their office is in .
I ker' Illtn. price of the muske'.s purchased or procured Jackson County. H -CREWS, WILL be sold to the highest biderIn: Tuesday *,* None are genuine unless signed on the ont Hrr! .

: f)0fl) hOllorthat the above statement by the State of South Carolina, for her militia HENRY TRIPPE. 1st day of May next if fair, if not the first printed wrapper. by the able proprietor. T.KIDDER. I" _
fu ( fair day, at the Court llou.se, in the City of Tallahassee immediate successor to the 'late Dr. \V T COSWAT:' I '
fliers Webhville
during the late war, when in the scrviiceof April 17th 1832.! 35 tf
and H.ad For sale at his .
: Men of the Seminole 1 a general assortment of FURJflTURE, Counting Room, over No. 99. Couit 1 '
qn. i Correct and that the United States.- Provided, That the NOTICE. Consisting of Sideboards, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, street' near Concert Hall Boston. and aiM by his !'iir-
thousand .
e1s I I3r ; eight said muskets shall become the propeity of the &c. &<'. cial appointment, by E. B PERKINS. (No.3) r

Corn l5 absontt! >1y nc-ccssarv fo United States : and Provided also, That any ALL persons are hereby cautioned against trading mmm e For five dollars and all sums under Druggist. .- I' f

lIbsistcncc during the Period; ( ified. of the said amount be tcceivcd in for three promisory notes made payable to CASHihl sums over, a credit until the 1st! day Talhahae., March 3. 1P31. 2Srf f
cd: ) spc part may David Smith, or l bearer for Fifty Dollars each, of January next, purchasers giving bonds with two l j To the
JOHN PI LG AN. arms at the present contract price. : dated 24th inst., due 25th December next, drawn approved endorsers. Vhite Ladies !teN

Agent for the Seminole Indians. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That : by the Subscriber, M. W Chnstman and George C. WILLIAMS: ) bJesping., and The sound best'L'eth. are both an ornam-ent and r.

W.itncsses.T. the several} items hereby allowed, and the a- ; Norwood,-As said notes are fraudulently with WM. WILLIAMS: >Trustees. fiond in the use "r r Briij for their advantage l is ta bj

'AolSUed) BRUSH mount interest, as aforesaid, shall, when ascertained held, I am determined not to pay them, unless .\flril Oth 1,,32.G. E. DENNIS.34 ) tf. BRITISH 3J\TISEPTIC DENTIFRICE. '

be paid out of any money in the compelled by law. N. HSHELFER.April This elegant Tooth Powder with a T"ry littl' IMOeredicateg

D-JKNCKES, Treasury, not otherwise appropriated. 17th 1832. 35-tf. To the Public. the scurvy in the gums and prevent the ar"

MORRIS. A. STEVENSON E-Bradford. THE undersigned having become the purchaser cumulation of Tarter which; not only blacken I In1 !
proprietor of the FLORIDA COURIER, loosens'the teeth. and accelerate their decay. 'r 1 I U
of Haus"- of
I \ Speaker the Representatives.J. lately edited by Dr. E. R. Gibson, respectfully inform Dentrifice thus removes'the prevailing Causes of oEVu-
MEXICO. tenders his servi
4traet t ofa C. CALHOUN, .RESPECTFULLY the patrons thereof and the public generally, Hive breath. preserve the healthiness and floridne?*; of
letter received of the United States it of Tallahassee that he the. the gum. and renders the teeth white.
under
house IU this : by a rcspecta- Vice President and its vicinity, in the various branches contemplates issuing same T><>\? arrangements ?rice5Ocen. beautifully '

Citby a Schooner Cometa.N. and President of the Senate. of his profession. the first TUESDAY in Xrjk&'ST ,
: (EJ:: None unless
suing. A prospectus, detailing fully the views of the are genuine signed on the one
Campc O. Courier. Approved March 22, 1S32.ANDREW 1 ,c may at any time be found (when not absent on L present Echtorwdlm the mean time be presented t& printedwrapper. by theM>le proprietor. T. KIDDKU, '

; 1. ('c, March 22d 1831. JACKSON. professional business,) either at his office on Jefferson I the,public. WM. 51. SMITH. mediate successor to the late Dr. 'V. T. COMWTAV.--

from you ray! not I1S yet be in possession ofitioft.u:1 street, next door to Mr. ""ilaon' RANT/JVC OF- T\lhhl\csf'f', April; .10. 1832. 34 2w. For sale at his Counting Room, over No 99. Coart .
Curz FICE and JSBlaett
t the ;; we copy for your in- [PUBLIC, NO. II.] dence west of tile Market SquareT. _' .' BLANKBILLS. OF LADNG-Just. : prin- cial appointment,' by E. B. PERKINS, ,(No 2)

following paragraph of a letter AN ACT to amend the severn! acts cstah-} April 10th 1832. !H tf ed and for snip thiis Office* Dnucsritt. .

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: Reimental O iders.I 7; RELFE'S ASTHMATIC,' PILLS, A NEGROES.-On monday'' Sheriffs Sale. LAW NOTICE.

IIEADQU\P.TEU, 7lll R 'V F.. > and a little attention to their timely administration, will will be sold at Virtue execution issued by a Juatfcc (,ftllePeacc CHARLES STONE, will i

.! T.iUIassceXarch, SKI !t'l V usually ensure a mitigation of these disorders, ,and generally Monticello," in the county of Jefferson, 23 B; ,I shall exJOsc.to sale to the highest bid- Jaksn, VaL i the r..
"UE cflVct The Pills are also and effectual of'the Capitol in the city of Tallahassee, 1 ton, counties in the Territory of
I seventh Regiment Florida Mihv* i ishercby ncurc. an easy likely slaves, belonging to the estate of Abraham der in front Fora 'd
-.I. veiled according to law, into two BatUuiors; the remedy for the symptoms preceediogaiid accompanying J. Cabell deceased. Terms made on Saturday,the! jfth day of May next, Lot No. 268, '
.: first Battalion: commanded by Lt. Col.Parkhill, to be the Asthma, and Consumption., For Colds, _known on the day of sale. levied on satisfy an execution favor TurbuttR. verLr 1031,
composed of all persons residing cast of the Mindian Coughs, difficulty of Breathing tightjiess and stricture Betton, Comr. against S. Pilcher, levy made and returned G. & N. 1IA 14
; liiv; The second Battalion commanded by Major Du- across the chest Wheezing pain in to*Hide, Spittingof JOHN G. GAMBLE Executor. to me by a Constable. Sale to commence within J lLEN_
1f t val. is conposed ol'all) persons residing west of sid line. blood. &P. Few cases can occur of-any of this February 28th 1832. 28tds. the hours prescril by law.Sheriffs just received are

1 The commmdillgOt1il'crscfthccaid Batiallions will .lass of (disorder in which the purchaser of Dr. Relfe's March -27, 183j, 32 3t Sale. 250 packs ground Album-SALT,

forthwith proceed "to sub-divide their rcspcctiv bat- Pills will not find a rich return for their trifling expend- THE SALE Negroes, above advertised, is ne 15 Pieces large Size Culler Mill STOj
number : postponed until Monday the 2Hlh dayIf Virtue of three Executions issued hy a Justice 20 Keggs Tobacco ;-AIo on hand"rES
tallions inuj five equal leaving an equal
',. of men in each,as near u parts$ be,"add to order elections ituie.Price-whole boxes, 30 Pills, 1 dollar, half boxes ( May next;; They will on that day be sold to the BY the peace, I shall expose to sale to the highest 25 Bbls. Superior New FLOUR' '
o 1 fur all vacancies in the may officers immediately Pi i Ih,. 00 ce n ls. highest bidder, at Monticello, in the County'of Jefferson. : bidder, in front of tho Capitol in the City of Tallahassee 50 PLOWS,
I company The terms of sale for the greater pat t. of them on Saturday the fifth day of May next, Lots 100 Barrel RUM,
and make thereof according to law.
The, following returns officers Late been appointed to their DW1l1 R Z 1mDM fJ will* be cash. No. J 13, 116, and 143 situated in the additional part 50 Ditto WHISKEY.
TO 'I TlI\1A11t At 1J tJNLJAI ll'1'lVE. JOHN G. GAMBLE levied the Majrnoli.1 Feb. 28th
II ii i. ,Executor. of the City of Tallahassee, on as propertyof 1832. ,
4 Staff of the regiment.GEO.T.WAItDE.'q.AdjL V&\ UK most prevalent and fatal) of.a\f\ Diseases inciH March 20, 1832, 32 hIs John Myrick, to satisfy three Executions in favor Persons indebted to me subscriber 00 C.

I d-.nt to ci\ilized society-the niW1ptio-mI1Y of Turbult R. Betton, commissioner against JohnIFi'li are
;4 S. II. DUV AL,Qr. Muter. Nu i IGE.-.AH person are hereby cimliunu! a- fully requested to call and settle U
t. ? the least Alarming of disorders, returned by Constable leirFREDERICK
generally e traced to l levy made and to me a a .
t,_ JOHN s. 8.811811110, Pnym 't'r. amst trading for promiswiry note for twenty either by or otherwise.
'1 a slight neglectfcd cold. By estimation it appears dollars -Sale w i'.hin the hours pescribed} by law. ntL .
As it is intended that the regiment shall he completely given in June or July List hy the subscriber to I :
that hundieJ arul thousand peronsdie annually BRYAN Jr. Leon .
one fifty Jos. JAMES Shf. Country.Tallahassee
Williams
soon possible, officer the consideration having failed it
organised as neglcctin TOWLE
any! Januar 17th 1332.
these dreadful results
of
of the Most 3d 1332. 33 ids.
'his duty will be arrested and tried a- the law consumption. will not be paid. April ___
4 dire-t By order of Col. 11. C PARK II. may bo attributed to common cold, and a negligent FREDERICK SIMPSON. Sheriff's Sale.BY FRESH
o treatment of the h-urassing cough that generally ensue* GOO-
I GEO.T. WAR,Ad jut:>n. which is usually f followcJ by difficult: breathing! pain I Executor's Sale. Virtucofthree executions, i issued by a Justice .. .

!. ] TOTICE.-A1I those indebted to in the 8ide, and at last Ulcerated LUII q. IUlent and BE bOLD on the 2Glh day of May next, the Pence, I shall expose to sale to the highest 10 half Barrels Buckwheat FLOUR,

_1 'ii \V jlham and! Robert Forbes, either by note,open repeated Asthmatic altackialso bring on Consumptive r WILL/ Vernon, Gadsdcn County, Florida, bidder, in front of the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee 20 Fly market

I I I AA1'i: account or otherwise, are earnestly requested to come symptoms. One or two dollars expended in the pur- One Lot of Land on Saturday the fifth day of May next, all the 5" "Beef :Vamiy'E
title claim and interest of John Laudanum
chase of right, ,
5 Kits sounds and
forward and settle the same with the subscriber by Tnt ,
I Containing near a half acre, with a large WAREHOUSE and to lot No. 179,and the improvements thereon, in
this instant. Oihcrw ise they will !be reluctantly compelled CE -1'i subscriber has i lO.Kess Go.hen BUTTER,
I z \ II 1.o'l'I ie up- thereon, thirty-six acres ol land on the West the City Tallahassee, levied ou to satisfy an execution -
I tt '. to put the same in a train: for collection) after that 1.. joinled .'tics li.akc Ksqr. ot 'laltuhassce, ms hllfofthe North East quarter: of set-lion 33: S. 4 U. !in favor Richard hayward, one in It\'or.of John 10 Coxes Fresh" Bunch Raisins,

I I day. Tfccy hope that this notice will be attended to attorney with full i powers to scale and close the !late 6' N. .$. \. Four lots on the qr. S. owned by Mrs. :Myrick and one in fivor of H.F.D. Peters against said 1 HI"" London Brown Primes,
I ti : as it is the only' one intended to br givf n. Tanner a claim be in life Sem- 8 Stout,
I firm of HUller and Andrews. All demands against ; on Negroes supposed to John Laudamnn, levy made and returned tome by a ) Casks Chcc
\ FORBES. II
P I : "%_ _ ILL.1A said firm mut>t be presented m him.-and all deLLs due mole Nation; abu, a claim on Appalchicol.Bay.. Constable. Sale: within the hours prescribed by law. 2 Boxes Piny Cheese.
k : S1Lot1tt. said t nlll'aHltn him or Ins authorised attorney, JNo Terms made known on the day of Sale. JAMES BRYAN Jr. MJf. Leon County. Received Apple ..
.1i..v S
I loop antiWILLIAM
of, WilliamJL :: other penolin Tailaluxise. has any autlu.rity to JNO. McCULLUH. Executor. April 2, 1832. 33SherW's td* plr Splendid forajel b\
.1 A LL luui.ii, IK.I.: vuus against G.
persons March 20, 1832 32 tds BUnGEM
with the of said firm.A.
I It 1 Glenn: deceased, arc requested to present them, meddle in any) way concerns I Sale. Tallahassee, December 13th 1831. *
C. BU'l LEU. : : be sold
will be : to 1'tf
': without delay, duly inithemi-ated, f'r I hey AD.MlNlS'lilATUllb'SALL-
Tallahassee March 13th 1832 302111NO'fICE.lEllR of Lionel issued l Justice Jas.1J.Wstciij'id.1.flo0t1
I.b irrcd by law. 'lIIfISC indebted will make immediate I BY of an execution bYl of
ravmenuo DAVID L. \\ 111TF, Executor. Fletcher (in the County of Leon) Monday the 30lh I Peace, I shall expose to sale to the highest bid- YE rmella Lav, partnership in Florida. ;

: j F anl.hn; rrmwv \.1\.1! 3d 'B--2. 8w. & STURGES day of April-The personal properly belonging to i ocr in front of the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, lIA residence the former is Tallahassee '
the lstate ol Andrew Rush, dn'd. i on Saturday the fifth uay of May next, Lot No. 75 in I he latter at West Point, Appalaclucola 1
: JOSEPH LADD. rcqucsiall ) tiit-m by note or book. LEAH RUSh, > AUm, I the original part of the City of 1 ahlahiasee, levied on s entrusted to them in any of the By'ne
account previous to the IM. January 183i, tocoine forward rs. cnrt o
,! 'i'l W LIONEL FLETCHER. $ as the property ofJ. Gauldin, to satisfy an executionin or adjoining Counties of Georgia
or AIabana.Vi
ami settle the before ihe of Marchnext
H 1st
.a r ( ID1. Amrut. ..\)1Q\OmtL 1 same on fir. he ___March! 20, 1832._31_.(wNO'fI ._ favor Turbult R. Betton, Commissioner, againstJ be strictly attended to. Au- .3It, 1831.
indulgence 11 lit
as longer c II givenihem.Tallahasseo
.; ?: ., ". i. l:, (.< ..- 'I-I'J t.o (Jauldin, levy made and returned to me by a Con- 5
\ : February 7th l Io3'2. 25tfUK. C E.-J3tSJ. MELLICHAMP '
; I f U C rates Cnwkcry \\ ate, stable.
Jn, ilr.! IlHJ Cast: Iron Plou;h II U 'I'ill. ., a graduate ot the iviedical College ol"charJeston JAMES BRYAN, Jr. Shff. Leon Cnmly 'SELLING-OFl

'; it! 50 nh! Pork (Mess clear and prime,) CD i .i\JUt a ttJ 'l"Willl'l Q bouih Carolina, inform his friends and April 2, 1"32._33 tds '

'l1 i 10 llhds. BACON, It I the use >n Ui. iiuniei'a iiie.-liinu.ic i ins, persons the public, that lie will attend punctually to theari- .1 Sheriff's' Sale. LOW FOR

t 50 BMs. Fn-vh FLOUR, .JL.Jf 01 e.tlier i><\> the ILLS dulitsol his profession, whenever called upon.
50 BMs. WHISKEY, valuable and IJneclioiis lie may be louiul at General Si-arcy's farrl-ate: Virtue i-i an l'.xcclIl1ulIl'Sueti by a Justice of
!t very plan copious accoriipanynig I BY subscriber, at his new store,
#, 50 Bhls. X If. HUM l, them, arc enabled ell ctuallL lu eradicate; A :hc residence of Captain '1 V\ Seabrouk,a few miles Peace, I shall cxj.osc to salt to the highest THE and 1 Monrof'-Directs, offers for fOrm'ro Ie'

10) Tierces Cheese, Cl.it'lAlN Dl&LA L, and lo le:loie lust health, from '1 ullaha sce. March 13ih, 1862. 3UGuI I t I,;-'&kr in front of the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee lie in 2 fI) .lr I, i\ handsome a.>r'meii5 rf sale the to ;

: : Si" MACKEREL, with ease, safety, and certainty. in a few da}8' on Saturday, tin fith day of May next: all the ;>r hp i.v.sr rr.dtjcerl prices follonamntatyrlrs '
: i 3 Bales Osnaburjrhs [O" lh" exteiiMvu sale and unexampled success of FRESH DRUGS & MEDICINES.Just -I ridit, title claim and interest William Ilollis,in and for rash.Y

I :30 Di'ze-n Bo'tled! Cider, this Medicine, in this and oilier cities, and principle received, a large and complete assortmentof i tn'Lots No. 71, 72. and 73, and the improvements DRY-G'OODS.

Liverpool t alt, in S.i'-ks and in Bulk, towns inioughout the Union. for the last tiltet-n years- fresh drugs amid medicines winch will [be sold, thereon, situate in the North quarter of the City of

: ,: ,. fl'1,1'ES / \'ZiIil'UST kind?, during which 1I1S : sllct01: fly prcpaiedby Dr. (011- wholesale or retail: low lor cash hvJOSEl'H Tallahassee,levied on to satisfy an execution in favor Silks, Black, .Jrosuenap Italian: LircsinnBias:

Fri-h OLIVE OIL, way JIICflntcs'llll' ) |hiru\C, that \hen used with the IN- LADD, Druggist. of Peter K. Bailey against William liollis, levy made arcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and wh-, Flo'renm

i flUTTER CRACKERS, J LU ION I'UIJLH.S, it eliecls a thorough and Magnolia, January 17th $3l ilitf and returned to inc by a Constable. Sale within the Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Veh?

k !:, Lard, Butter, speedy euro of that dicadlul disorder, deuoinmulad IheSeouige hours prescribed l by law. Cotton; do.,Tarlan Plaid, Furniture, Calioo, Supervr
'. $ ''ih And an addi i'''n-0 wv1v of( of the Human Race.: Notice.fHMIE JAMES'BUY, Jr. ShT. Leon County. Black_ Lasting I Bf.binct nnd, thread La"i-,IrisLLi'ea .

L: f:? U: ll1 \* Ihe I'lI-Ltareicconi|.anied, \\henthecasc reqUires April 2i, 1832.: 33_ids Island Cotton Shirting} Plain arid fi;urrdntett bOo

., t : "\ 1111'1with .n:, -S"-1.1I1, ",, .ur offered, cx it, with the LNJl.C'MUN. I'J\\ DLUS. and board uf Commissioners of the Treasury Sheriff's Kale./ Swiss and Book Mi.slin! ,shawls, worked eai

:, "cmt1\'low for C.J&//, ( 07TO.V HIDE C l51A'1'tthiee cont-tiiute a most poueil'id medicine, JL have decided and dresses, handkerchiefCalicots! Ginghams, ,
that 1
,1 !t 1"; \aflflhia! April 3.$ l3'2. 33: If. |PJllica"t| ; : to the v inous staged of It.is i'rulean diorder. Auditors ehcek, for settled rea:accounts ury n'IcS arc or scrip wiihui, and the 'j BY Virtue of three executions i issued by a Justice keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Fnni
J\\ > the Pcacf, I shall expose to sale to the highest ; ure Dimity, fine Cloths Ca-.sar.iprs and
; 1'ul and
directiuiH
1' plain with a pofiuiur treatise, I'U.mew of the act of the laal the ;' Cjusineus.
t session dealing:
HARDWARE.iI bidder in the
in
front .vfthe of Tall.'hassrr
4 explain i. g theanous symptoms, and! the mode ot Board. Capitol City white and Red Flannel! Negro cloths, Scnch and Ri&
I : n iIi" .. L, .. ,- U. ". Hii CANAL Uealnient, ; each box, so that i Saturday the ot h d l1' @May next, all tin] : Mil ."'! 'itV. TU-.tj*,....,q .' .. *;,._
pt j ae-cuniiiny| persons ol hey must therefore be the liw di- '
presented
I I iI TV STIXKKT, :NEt flt.EANS-l lavc: received I Iy, either as right, title, claim of Joseph D. Davenport, in and to
MIX cure tuemseives?
may
,"I' 'I t I, the Utc Ships from England and the Northern Citi( ., ((1'1 ice of the 1'ilU 1 a box ; tho Injection Powders ever reels barred.prior to the Ul of May next or they will be tur- :| lot number one hundred and twenty two, and the im- HARDWARE.

', "' their Winter and Spring importations of and CerateriO cents each.) prf'Vemenis thereon, in the City nfTnhlahaisee, levi"l
: GEO. T WARD.Srcr'y A and
large extensive of
the D. a.--.snnmem hardware .
I' on as pioj erty Joseph Davenport, to satisfyone eca.sisting
and Domes-tic Goods (HL lioin the
Prepared original Recipe in Alts- of
i : Foreign to the Board. : cxcnition ill favor Thomas A. Hayden, one in of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spoois
'I .1.I t Compiling a, very extensive and complete assortment the late Dr.V. T. CON WAY, hy his immediate Successor Tallahassee, April 3d Ih32. 33: tf. fivor: of Baptist Brnmly, and one in favor of John K. Sci-'s-irs, Razors, LfN-ks,Av.-,Chisels,& ., tnet}
the
'Ii ol'all kinds Hull'Hardware! ', Cutkry, Plated tlmil and Solo be had Proprietor at his ,(Jounlm'I. KIDDER Koom, in ofu'l.om JW OTICE.-The heirs and representatives of! John I i Campbell against said Davenport levy made and returned with a c'-mptete assnrtmen1! ..? enrpen'prs PLSHOES:.
) ,
I and Japanned Goals, Kd-eTools, Files, Guns,Heavy L Y. i to by Constable.
(Chambers No. il Garcy, deccttscd: late of'l allatias.eevill take I me a
: G nods N ails Cabling, t,1 I c'fll )linds; Collins itCo's. u>er IM, next door lo J. KllJlJlIK'Sl : J.\\ItS1JRY.\NJr.' BOOTS&
;; j': Store of notice thai six weeks! after date, applicationiil! be Sheriff Leon Camly.spo .
it;,: '1111 I .. Axes,School Bs'.ls] apli Paper of all Kinds. corner Court and liauu\er Streets. made to ihcCounty; court(Leon county fur letters of Tallaha: April2d 1S32. 33 ids
iieaiConcert Hail.I liosiun.
and aNo hi-s A
by appointnifiit large assortment of Bali!
.r r : \V S. & Co. !\ J 111ue: !I ivi nrrangonc-nts administration J ;
r I. !r'"j;' with I I i the nut n !f icnrcrs! England and i tlie United t (to;.'lher with all those oilor \alliaUICh'dl- on said estate. LEVI BOLE. otice.i more and 1 NEW-YOKE oaftQCJ

:;; ;Pi SllC: !, as v.ill cn;"',!'- thi-ni '" receive < xunnrnd: ( ciiivs, art |it-pared by the lalt Ur. CONWAV: ,)! !IIy March 20, 1832. S c Jli1ID smm

t I t 4 pular 5ni: |"''l i;ie" of'-:. 4'I' \\ tica: they v. :li t-l!I as \u... 1:. B. 1'hKKhNS. (.No. G.) 31 ouOTICE. i 4LL persons! .cautioned against purchasing a ?ii a, a J' L..mjia a lr J ,.i

1 I t t t': I low prices ar.J on 1 1";" r:l tei ms.c 11 ntI.GJT. 1 .:All persons having claims against the of mine payable to II. P. Brandin & co., Shoes, Bi., 'an-?, '.<-.
t .m'! umry m i i- i. i'"i:;' vii.i i Ne*.% -rinr." arc i- lit: i itcui 'P.i* :li : C'Qp[ I 31.I 1ItI; ; : l' .:..%LatC of jcl Davidson deceased arc hereby l'C- :I alias, Branden &Malone for 33.)0 Lbs.of Ginned. cot-

I.!,' i'' ntH aid* x uniiie; 1111'1! ; G"::daand piiies.NewOrliars. S Olnene that ..one ire genuine withnul the wrlt"t q Dialed to present them immediately duly aulhcmica-'| 101 in Baggs, dalcfllst fall and due! about the 15lh of fL Ht AND CAPS;

'-'are!, 10. t lb'i'2.: .H wC\v t t"I' Mjmntuieof 1 T KIDDEH, on the outside printed led, or they will be barred by Statute-and those ,! February last, as am disposed to pay it, the consideration ; perior assortipeLt Oitb
v.i.ippeT.L indebted to the immediate bavin- failed. W. WYATT.Tallahassee -
estate arc requested to make

: i.i NOTICE.I -!a-;-A--lai- ,- ese, -lijtuni..- -- -those---who----- buy, lo Foil ag payment.' \\( \. KLRR. April 1 3d 1S32. 33_3w. all uc crip most:ons. fashionable HATS & CAPrI(

: .r ij"I.?.I ':: :' Schooner l.h\JEL 11'ELtiTER, now ready L:.. fl. (f I, L.'I 'S ullahasscr, March 19, 1S32. tf 31 Auction & Commission Business.

t lor New York, will! return tu Uiis P.irt. Thorewisiiingloorder mCD .J.1 D ta WU1ctJU GROCERIES.
; ,. a ; L to J purchase! a smart active girl of 12 or ,
\ I ; uooil.sill lin:' it fur ihcir nrerest tu 11": 0101' ul tinin-:>l chicaeiou.ic(>tnpouiiUMii the MAJ WANTED I of arc, for a house servant, one of some THE subscriber having been ap A larnre tock in ail it '

'j :, r i onler by thisi ve*sc'l. JOSEPI1 J LAD!. *. TtKi.v :.EiICA. for the cuio of that class of invel- experience will be preferred fair puce and cash wil I pO llC auctioneer for Leon counry.. offers his : < 'ariety.FLOUR. .

Manr.lj, ?larch-2Sth 1532.! 32 tC crate DiM.-u.se, |n di'Ceil by an impure state: of I the be paid.-Enquire at this Cilice.Match20 I services to the public theauction andcommission business. -

f I .; -Qj ., blood! and a vitiated i.alnlof body, and usually exhibiting IS32. 31 tf lie pledges pay strict attention to allbusiness .
f th'rllsel\e in the torin of Scrofula rfalt I him and
Kheum.Leprosy intrusted to ; attend estate or othersalesin Barrels
1 1I St. Anthony s 1'in I'linr r ores (ccn.hcn 1OO Reward. the country. His office is in the town of Magnolia Fifty superior new wheat Hour.!
$ .
', the bones are ,iHeeledhite a\\elling's(if applied I where he may at al times be found.
j with Dr. Jebb's Liniment, Foul and ol lmale ALSO.
) Ulcers, Mareh13th182. BYRD.
STOLEN from IhcSuh'5criheron the 17th _ _U I
| -- ---- --
( sore legs and! eyes scald head in cliildien, and
I M-orhutic scuivy of February List by a man who called 'EGIIAA P a CKT !
rout Piniplcd or Coibuncle-d l'ac -s. festering i Sadlciy, Crockery and Glass Ware
eruptions, and xuncrial taints ihioughuut the in himself Parks, my negroSampson .
body,
: which last case the dtnps fftf'n cure \\hen TO NEWYORK. Tin ware, Looking GIa sesSaIt, Rf-I

1: t 'L'CTIOS SALE.--Thc subscriber having been f lails Thi-y ale also the be-i fcpriig S and Autumnal nic'reury I The lIl fast sailing schooner DuwVeb! made
: ily &c.
t appointcdaul'tionccr1irLf'fJn County, gives notice a bright Mulatto, stout s-qunre built, and got clotliinir, stationaiy,
f physic purify ai.d cleanse the sy>iem i from humours |I ster, LEWIS, and Delta Captain HOYT,
t that he will a''.e1ld in Tallahassee day to free spokn. Parks is about twenty-five I JAMES( Al'MULLIXTall. r'l
every which
.. : make] such s. les as may be desired. leularuk days, They aiso frequently aid the appear procei"at of ihe.-e digestion seasons and of, by the year.- ,, > tr.nt age, slim and light coniplectioncd. lie pas will run between this place and N ew-York, the .,hn< st"., >)yfJfll( 15th 1831. I HtfiMIDDLE

tuc .days and flidnn: vhieh dnys: it is wished, all the blood, the t-eciPtion purilying ;(through; Tallahassee, some lime since and \\3 supposed present season.
of DISTRICT .
OF
FLORIDA.tiadsden
prexenl malignant humoursof
$. : sales maybe fixed, if practicable. I In my absence ap- the lungol. The proprietor ; relies 1 lo have gone eastwardly. I "ill ghe the above Freight or passage! may he secured by application I

::4, plieati'in can be made to P. ULMORE, city mai lil.i the vast number of .suiprisinp CUH-S confidently etlVcted 'lie-so upon reward for the apprehension and confinement of the to Messrs "Williams & Harriman cw-York, Superior. Court. J
rite subscriber will attend administrators by ihief in some jail, so that In: can be brought to to Ladd ELIZABLIIH
i or other sales Drops, not only in Boston and its vicinity, but throughout jua- or Joseph at Magnolia. M'MILLAN, j '
)11 the county, on reasonable notice. the Union 'for; the be.-l proof of their excellence Lice, or twenty five dollars 'for the slave. N. B. January I2th 1M3-2. The schooner vs. > ATTJCHJIKT.DUNCAN .
I I Goods and articles for sale, will be received at all unlailin anan ROBERT Il ROW N. M'MILLAN. >
alleialive ,
medicine, in all the cases above Delta, is expected here in fifteen diys.January .
times, at the auction room next door Willis & Ran hpecilied. This ut tick has been Jones County, Georgia, Al'ril311 1332. 333t.1'JiESHDRUIS W'iTICE hereby Given of the institution 4iiuove
recently pronounced
+ dolph's Drug S tore. 1 7th 183- 2Qtf 1" suit ofatt
by process d1lnt'nt.
hyaPhJHiciilnofthefir tlcopecla"il1lyh'J 'had witnessed &c.I .
I I' JOT1NWF.STCOTTJI. its Mil-pricing c flicac)', as entitled! in his opin GEORGE S. HAWKINS.s C. 11. DcPONT, JKy.rP! / W/

: i' Fd). 2I.M 1 132. 27lf Auctioneer. ion. to tHlic h c !It'ad nl, all the popular articles known have received by the late arrivals T'l CRN fcl V and counsellorai LXraTimna- s ?!arch 2d 1S32 31 6w _

:;: :t't1t4ttt' Jiottct ; for the above complaints, and indeed it is fast gaining from New-York and Baltimore, a full supply of .nft-"West Florida. January fith 1831.: 20tf CO.M JIISS1(>>E U'S OFFICE, I
I this point in public estimation, throughout the countrv. Tallahassee, Fek 14hlS3i 1 JWOTICE I

I THF-iindfisiunedl.avc been creditors njp'-ml of; John d Trustees Lauda- I (J'rke $I a boltlf, or (f i bottles for $.").) Fresh Drugs. and Chemicals. H. Bond i is hereby given to all per

::" ninn. They ore dfs'rous I of tctllina the business as VSPLPS1A, OK liNDlGEh'J ION. Among them are Peruvian and other Barks, Quinine Plas just received per lute arrivals -*- :ons indebted for the purchase of lotts in tteO]

soon as possible, audio this end they request all the Of long landing, and of the nuM obstinate character. Tiperine, Oil (Black! Pepperloi'phiuc, Eme 100 Ms. New York and Western Flour of TaHiluis, and addition tu the same, that TBI
: i creditois to present their}: claims as' oon as practicable. has been immediately lelt\ed and ollen tine, h'trvchninc.Lnpulinc, extract of Kahinra, said to u The amounts due, be paid into this office on or few
permanently be a SPECIFIC DROPSY &mOISt of the valuableDUMFRJBS 50( cariro, Prime and Mess Pork, the Q.
firstdavof
I ,Ii.; And those indebted are requested to liquidate or pay cured in a variety of cases that have occurred March next, the cnnimissionerbY' :
i !r..:: their accounts. C. C.VhI LIAY! ) : in Boston and vicinitx, by uwng 'fur( a bhoit time. preparations of Carpenter, Pellelicr, Alander and 100 Coils K:.. Bale Hope, tue of an act of the legislative council, will be eapelled

4 4 ;I .i, .: Wm. WILLIAMS, Trustces.1t Dr Itclt' 'd \Vegetable Specific and anti-Bilious Weaver, ic. Kentucky l hurgin1; to place the same in the hands of the i.

Ij "! I,!: c Gco. E. DFNMS. ) Pills both of which ale to be taken together according Also Lemon Drops, Pontrefact cakes ; 10 Sets of l ar Boilers, 23 a 30
j f ;!1 _Afl1.1_ _;_ jOtl_ _} _1P3_ _?._ _ _3.1_ _ _ _'._ valuable plain and practical directions uccom- Ipecac, Tolu, Horchound, Rhubarb Peppermint, SOO Sacks of Sail, Commissioner of the city of TaJbha]
I! ., 'I It. J. .1'". W. DAVIDSON, respectfully tenders palling the Specific. Brice 50 cents each. Lozen esJ, ujuhc Paste, for Coughs and Colds, Tolli- London Porter, Ale, Cider, Old Whiskey, February Hth 1832. -

D )his services in the] several departments <'fjii' ttU" None are genuine unless signed on the outside kofl"uir' celebrated renuily for the Cholera Morbus Fresh: Tea, Imperial and Hyson, DUM VIVJMUS VIVA.MUSSPKEA

: t I *t)roft.f-foiru, tii hid fri 'mis and the citizens <;f Gads- printed wrapper, by ihe sole proprietor '1'. KIDDER, & Bowel Complaint <$'<". AlsoFor S:11Ci; Lemon Syrup, Sperm Candles,\\iiterstrained Sperm Oil, D E 'IGLETAVERNT
; ) lie immediate Nucce'SHor to the late Dr.V.. T. CONWAX .I of very superior Quality vnd Warranted Pure, which Finokod Beef Boiona
; 'I cn :( !a1ty. promi1" punrtunlity and) faithfulCPP Sausages: ,
4 r in evrrv application .uu'' iiis charges will he made For sale at I Us Coonling Room, over No. 99. C'o.ur' will be sold by the Gallon or Dozen at New York 25 Half brls. No. 1, Mackerel,
I street, near Concert Halt, Boston and also by his prices. This article contains no NITRIC on SULPHURIC -
I' niocorrespnn : withth( < ) ,- ; E. ACID other: deleterious DRUGS of which ,
appointment, B.
(' by I'LHKl1"No.. J) or ,
1 "oo viH.r.'c.f'' Tan.1l j jp22Jlf Garden
Seeds fresh
: Druggist. most of the Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup in our mar- .

: : BISECT It TICK". Tallahassee, Feb.:_17._ 1&3L: 2Glf. I kets is made, Tamarinds &c. Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup,

: nr i -L' nut-ship} f i>, i.lttKER 4iiTVitual BR.I1nI I Ill consequence of the difficulties I Which ellierwith his former ASSORTMENT
!; T To those afflicted with Corns. : are offered on low terms to his customers.
{ FORD wasdibM.M.i i consent on the have experienced in making collections and the impossibility -
I I I 4 17ih ultimo., Persons wijo': '" to tile l heir accounts THE Albion' Corn Plastei aftbrdsinstant : of continuing to furnish medicines on long March 28, 3-2

J ". L "! will call on Dr. Pa.'ker. .T 1\0. II. PARKER, and at the same time dissolves and draws credits as low as I have sold them during the past IV'nifh 13th 1832.MW. 30-1 w

I i ; April IOth 1832. Ed. BRADFORD. the Corn out by the roots. without! the least pain. yc.'ir--I find it necestary to make a distinction between E suhscriber has taken that spacious IInd

t "t I L ". Dr. Parker will coniini'c 1..o practice of his profes- CERTIFICATE." 1'0 those jiflhcted with Corns on punctual and negligent customers. On all sales BOOKS. r'id hick tenement in Tallahassee! lately
their feet, 1 do certify that I have used ihe Albion Corn t ST eii by Capt. John Downer which having;
J I sion ; hlsvfficefrolltsthcC.'. ul, just above Browns on credit from this date ; except by special agreement, J received at lhi"lfce- rJ'I/1
; t Tavern. Plaster, with complete success.: Before I had used one and except on sales to Physicians and Merchants, Count Robert of :by Scot been refitted and furnished in the most coroplete
box it completely cured a Corn which had troubled The ncr, i is now under the of the
Bravo name
A"rillOl)! 1 132. 31 4w. mo \\hn }l'Ocure their supolies flf me, 25 per cent above Cooper,
u r --_ _ for many years. Intake this public f for the benefit o. the cath prices, will be charged. As this additional Eugene of Aram, Buhver, SPREAD tO GLE TA'IJIiuen J

:i } Id TERRITORY OF FLORIDA.County those afflicted with that painful: complaint. charge is made for the sole purpose of covering the Seaw a rd's Narrative, Miss Porter, for the : and o
of Travellers
f i-I I \ '\. SIIA\V. expenses and losses on long credits-it will always be Life of Fitzgerald, Moore, This] HOTEL situate reception ne1{
of! L(oll. Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28." deducted on accounts which shall be paid within nine Life of Lord 1 Byron on Monroe-street as ttJ
to C. C, &R. W. Williams, in a posiiion
I E't7Horse "mc,50) cents a box. months from the time they commence. Speeches of Pi.ihps,Curran and Grat tan-Memorial I central to business and population of the HL,

: iij-iRelle's: aromatic fbrl E. B. PERKINS. Bishop Hobart, Diary ofa Physician, Life of Sir for &he
pills inales. could! be relected and i is no les s qualified iprse !
AKEN; by John L. Vickers March 23th I 1832. Isacc Newton, Poland. ; >
up Tallahassee, 32 tf. History
T of house size
near the Iiiwny, and appraised by They purify the blood, quicken its circulation, assist A public by itsampie [
t general assortment of SchoolBooks dious interior than its ( and.ecj
1 It Thomas G. Collins! James J. Lester, the suspended operations nature, and are u general REMEDY FOR THE PILES i arrangement,
.'\cj3' nnd. 3ries if. Vickers. n remedy for the prevailing complaints among the t feinalu Tho proprietor begs leave to recommend (which he Stationary, Rogers Patent Pen Knives, warranted 'lion. addition to these advantages uj
L 9 Dark part of society. The Pills are particularly efficacious does with the fullest confidence) one of the most valuable first quality. \VM. WILSON. ed determined to merit the patronage of eJjT]bd
Grey Horse. in the Gieen Sickness Palpitation of the Heart, Giddiness remedies known for this troublesome and painful Tallahassee,March 20th 1832._ which he takes this occasion respectfully to t fJ

,I with some white spots on his back, supposed to be Short Breath, Sinking of tho Spirits. Dejection, complaint. Without going into detail, he deems it enough New store the Suwannee. unremitted attention directed the comfort ana anu r-
f occasioned by a suJdle-fmr feet eight inches high. dud DisinclinMion: to exercise and Society. Married to say, he has in his possession the most undoubted on ment of his guests; nnd by the rooderaUon I

Supposed to be five years ,)Id. worth fifty dollars andien will find th Pills equally useful l, except in case oi testimonials that it has more completely answered U < iQ 1JUt regularity his charges.At be -

Sworn to bcforeme the 2nd April 1832. Ipregnancy WHEN THEY tinT NOT BE TAKEN; neither : the purpose for which it is intended, than any WILL: !) le\V at the his table, will always be found afford the hiS bat\iJ1, bJ

NATHANVICKERSJustice must they betaken by porsoitsof hectic or consumptive} I other popular medicine of the Suwannee and Withlacochee the market and ajncent country hiqU0t'his "

; of the ?cacc. habits. PRICE 50 u box. This remedy ia perfectly innocent in its applicationto Rivers about the first of May next, for the purpose of supplied with a variety und the attentive choicest Ostlers are i .

.A true copy from the Esiray I3' ok, -ALSO- all conditions ages and eexea. Full directions, receiving and forwarding, or cotton, and stables, experienced

D. MrRANKY. Clerki.. ) c. c. !tCTThe celebrated Combrian Tooth-Ache pills, which description of the complaint, &c. accompany each supplying the adjacent country purchasing with goods. They intend vided. however who visit. TaU 3h
-- civo immediate relief. without the least injury to iho which consists of two boxes. Lest those, may
w nm.tilm wuU: JlQ packet Ointment and erecting a store and ware-house, and running a "
L view this and flatterJnqnoUce.as
should public
'.. Teeth. On trial this will be found one of the best Electuary. Price, $1 for the whole, or 50 cents i l Poll Boat between that point and the town of Magnolia such CC3S1 'J'hI
j Dividend JYb. 3.frHE remedies known for this complaint. but one of the articles is wanted. goods or cotton purchased at either place will be formula prescribed by custom invites on them to call dJ4

Directors have dei-'arcd dividend! of the PRICK, 50 cents a box. HT None are genuinne unless signed on the outside forwarded.by them at a reasonable They will proprietor respectfully actual
freight. themselves .
_I..profit* of .Ilils Bank: for Jho last six months, en. ID"None, ia genuine unless signed on the outside printed wrapper, by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, purchase cotton, hides, and deer skins, and will have for November 8 1831 by 12tf experiment.ASIlTO.
ding 3bt March 1832, of om dollar per share, on the printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. KIDDER, immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. COHWAY. constantly on hand extensive assortment of goods of I -A

i nock; vhich will be paid to the dock holders on immediate successor to the lato Dr. W. T. (,VNWAY.- For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Court all descriptions, such n Provisions, Groceries, Hard ; ;iu F SI

Ieiriand.S For sale at his Counting Room over No. 99 Court at street, near Concert Hall. Boston, and also by his and Hallow ware, English a and American Dry-Goods, rate p.rpendicu iron

i By order of the Boar: near Concert Hall, Boston. ,and also by his special ap special, appointment by E. B. PERKINS. (No. 4) Tin-ware, Drufsand Medicines, Hats, Saddles, Shoes mill and three cop rUVAL 1
S.; T. ROEINSON. pointment. by E. B PERKINS, DRUGGIST, P&UGCIBT. and JoHN 1. D
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