The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 12, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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jI8. i ---. I and fences, and pig styes, flew ,by.'u'. like .-.- :( L 7 .- -_-.-- medical men sic hourly strengthened, and a '
SLEIGH speedy return taie of will id .
POr' TR't. RIDE. I I scud by the moon. Anilyonder is Haws' Fp'.Xnt'-1e ..Jf1fIf'n'J.oJi.t -
As I wan gong past Mr..Josh'Carter's tavern comer Whoorah/. anH 'whoorah"answered .4 probability ensue *

the other dav, I heard a terrible noise in a ll-the ladies'and-gehtlerrien'with,one voice.- :. OFFICIAL 8ANATORY BULLETIN. -

the bar room, md think I, I'll just put my Sukey, scared af the noise, turned the coiner A"littJ le b tore 9 o"cIOC\1hlS _'' rmng,' oUr Putts, April 9.The number 'cases of : ;

head in and see what is the matter. Whoo- with a flirt and the skigliwas bottom news schooner EveninjrEdilion' 'tfrom I Cholera was 'augmented yesterday, .but tha ,
rahroarod of fellOws in !' upwards the ship rh.omasql Captain ; number of death, has 'become comparatively
a leap there! Johnny -" a r* Whoa there, whoa! TLe --
Beedle, he'I go and that makes ten-and first thing that IIcnew, I, was in the bottom of fl brinzing! us Londph'pap! $teC April";llth,, l less considerable; which tends to the belief V

hauled me in anong them. What's. the occasion a snow bank, jamm'd down under half, o ton and Liverpool tothetJ2u:: *both iflcfosive.<<;f' that the increasing period*of the
say*' I. A sleigh ride over to Sba '., of Dolly'i: hfr.! ,I thought I should never The *;holerais'iriafcrair-f. ajg bjfut' iavages in I experienced check, or i is about to terminate. V : .

[From tJut Lady.'a Bood.) (every body'goes to Shaw's that goes a sleigh see daylight again,.'Bnd when ]001,ha Jed me Pans" -,the "number of new, cases amoontingto "His majesty on thipropoitionpftbe keeper .. 1
THE NATURAL BRIDGE,* VA. riding,) with eats, fiddles, and frolic.- out, I left a print in the.snow, very.much like 700 or 800'a day Among iIi persona; :, attacked of the seals, 'baa atdon, d 104 criminals V
i : M i detained '
Whoorah 'I cocked hat are CasimirrPen'er'the Prime at Sainfe Palagie.;; Seventy four V\
, MAJMTIC arch, what spirit rcar'd says I. motion, says Dr. Pat- a knocked into the middle of next : Miiii9t persons
r. confined at La Force have also
ridce been 'set
that even gentleman week as the sailorillal. _
go right straight .
Thee to thy towering;height, London the diseasatat1er a liberty.
now, and get his sleigh and lady, and meet at Ho whomever no.bones were broken.. We : 4 abating. I V
gay: ,was the tinkling trowel heard Hunks's corner ; and with another whoorab, shook our fcatbers..and crept into our nest .a Number" of new caieaoiI.tbe 6'39'" deaths; : "Numerical t list bf persons attacked by, and _
Did nun afford his mite ? 19. Onth7tbewaes23,4eiths 10 on : those wfea b ,,:.icd 'cholera, fri the 6th
burst ,
we ;
out of dokrs, and scattered. gain laughing as loud as the best of,them.'Xh. .- _
the 9th, new paspjr39 death 28. Remaining of April at ooodiio tbe 7th t'the ''
those I ran full ttt the widow Bean' : -leigh row formed into same hour:
TVhat power piled rocks on.high, tpeed Her a 8trin ,;,th6. fidi. i 14&. Total in London ; New-Cases: _
Placed with n master's hand, daughtet-Pattv: In the hand. 1fOmeRt_ girl in ells-' dler following md away we stailfid onMhe deaths cases 2584;, Metr"16 V > k Deaths. .
whose form the cobay. I baa given her some pretty broad road to Shaw, .hells! ,>in! ling, tiddle sound ; 1213' trTtfther parts.of tbu"c tDffJ., ; 4B Men 181
uplifted I total
eye 7635 deaths Women238
cases ,
hints, and only vailed for a good chance to ing i and every body hallowing and 2575._ No new cases Womea 106
Grows weak could this be man 7 screaming in .....
; pop the question. And out it shall come this for joy. Edinburgh, on the_7th, 4; deaths 2; .remaining .0- -"-V-i-", V

Min, link by link, thy towering thought, very night: says I. PdHT: haw beard the racket two miles off .8. In Glasgow, same date, new call '108W -> 237
. 1 bounce- for he deaths 9, remaining: 38. Green ck, new General total 3,077 'Oenerl total .1,190
May roach the eternal throne, into the widow Bean's out of was always on the look out of.a moon-
breath, and ne'nr hiny He fell cases 2, de.'th 1; remaining 11. There had: The Minister of the Interior, although the V
Thy powers are:great, but never wrought was catching Patty in the night to kicking up a dust in
been no new cases in Belfast and in situation of hU residence is
suds. She had the best Dublin particularly airy
done to it
just and room to
That form-God worked alone. wasning, was I put rights, atd when we
it is doubtful if the has been
ever disease existed. attacked by the cholera Before
: V
wringing out, standing in the midst of tubs arrived the floor was the Lest
Go,rear: thy pyramids on high, pails, mops and kettles. She was struck all,i ,the tire place\ filled japancandlesticks'paraded with I I The bouse of 8 ill em & Co. of Hamburgh I, attacks of the President* M. Roy r' Collard V

Bid towers and temples rise, of i heap at the sight of her park and would I green wood and littlo Ben was anchored I' have stopped payment, to the amount of four his coachman, and Madame Didier the ladyof

Until the clouds around them fly, have blusbed nicely, I gues*, if .he badn'i L ; close! in the jamb, to tug at the broken winded: I millions'ndahalf: 'of marks banco (about the Secretary General Jt showed symptoms V

They kiss the stooping skies. been as red as she could be alrrady. A wore I h IIIj\\'s. No 'lire appeared, but there was $1,500,000.1 ) They were bankers on a' large of the disease, which gave great uneasiness
scale, Russian loan his family and friends. She baa however .
Mature"will still above thee smile, in your ear, Patty, says I, giving her a wink, I strong .- ympto'ns of it, fur there was no lack merchants. There contractors, and extensive recovered. perectly
and stepping aside in a corner, and told her of smoke ; and put of it mining. the are different accounts. I
, Pity thy foolish play, what was brewm-: Til run and borrow the the chimney strayed about the way which up us to the prospects of the creditors. Vidocq ha beed reinstated in his bureau : .
room .
thou art nature's child : The reform bill bad of the Rue St. Ann the Palais de
for thyself Deacon's slfigh, and rome back right away, gav me a rhance lo hit off another compli- not yet passed to a second !- neat Justice -

Frail being of to-day. says I. 0, you needn't be in such a learin' mint upon Patty's beauty, as being the cause' reading in the House of Lords, and its / We shall see what his well known activity ; "
fate :
was considered doubtful. will be of in
these times
capable doicg
ctroyingimCshillSwCCp! away hurry, eay* she, for I've got to shift from of drawing the mokc. Every body laughed V ', '
top to toe. You : what at the of the idea. Liverpool Courier oftbe 11th, a moderate I- difficulty.
Thy handy craft nIl,all, see; a pickle I'm in.- novelty Bnt there was no II
But work shall; Ab, Patty, says I, beauty when unadorned is time for chat. As soon a3 we bad taken a Tory paper' says, "it ap'pears to be anticipated I- Yesterday a {great number of the deputies t
yonder scorn decay, that the Reform Paris. The "
Bill will be quitted mail &nd
carried f.
adorned the of the ho conveyance I
most.Yell, I vow sayshe.. :-wig atuff all rouud, we hat the lid t.
Till r atnrc'K self shall: fall. And off I :shot, for how was I to follow ;' Her down by the jamb, took the flooi, and according to some who. affect to be wise on diligences were engaged foP the purpese.

Majcctic: archirinia'q! ; pride, such a bold speech, but I couldn't help snig up,I. I I went to work, might anJ roam, the ii'idler these points i by six, or according to others by : They doubtless think the laws with regard to
twelve or fourteen votes. Carried it the whale and cod fisheries would have lastedto
Still stretch}. form on high, gering nil the way to the Deacon's, to think I keeping; time with the bdlow es. ..Not.to ..DC will probably
how be, but on all hands is agreed by a small the next session and the anxieties of their
Long as thy wonders shall abide, swimmingly matters: were going on. I prolix, we kept it up froii.ki-i. and drinkin hot
families .
majority. affair calls
them their
was so full of Ibis, that I stun; till midnight and while to homes;
May: freedom's banner fly! entirely forgot:. to ; it 1ated, the LONDON
make April 11.--The debate oa the but what will be the embarrassment of tfa< government .
up a story to fob off the Inn wa real genuine, I tell But 1
Ot-aronf as cyst r
IxinsTiitE Albcrmarc, Va. ye. second reading of the Reform Bill is ad if:tho Chamber do not ne1twe.k".n-
till I -
got altr.ost to the door ; for the Deacon a :>heep' eye at Tatty I t ok a notion that
Jeflcr*>n pronounced this he greatest cariosity in is journed. It t.-ould appear that some tain -A sufficient number of deputies to I
sworn all she and Siah expectations pass
cDnny to frolicking, and so is I Golding were rather thi k, coi j-
tntworld. It however( must yield the palm to the h'u I'll sideriu. were entertained by Ministers that the t the loides rfcettesi The deputies should reflect .
mare. tell; bun Thinks I
I !says I, I'll tell him I she wants to mike me dtcud
Falls(Niagara.I want to a t to thn mill. jealous, to gri But
carry > that u ill spur me on ; FO seeing tin m iu Earl
IJ- __ __ --- Il,(: found ou'-nn. ..'" nH.11...tf'r.".... .." ;IL, ;I-'" nit.UtlcI'.. election I --- .lnp rnntih nn I was t'2iItPrIU71hlfl. unt.oIidp.. ._ Gray in a circular to the supporters o! t the II thorn, if thrir precipitate' departur sh--urd t
= = -- -- -- -
0 bill. nressrd tftia
----.0 fuil have h -
; a attendance in anticinatinn_.. cn .the 'a :r emhanas.m.'nt*. :
as the I head between .
politicians say. poked my th ni uud cried boo -- --- -
o1'a '
The Ucacon gave a "'ortal squint at But the cat was soon let out of the ba-r, n.paid e ; division. but tney will doDbtles""make a few days sacrifice :
lilY All sort of ; for the tulilmint! ot their duties. And
in ,
reports are circulation
face, when I did my errand, but I was safe our reconing, four and six pence ap.ece.Thin'i the on V i fi
subject of division. other band th-j Minister
Some ma4
thi.ik that renouncethe 'If
behind! a shirt collar. He then fell to chewing of that. Every body prumblcd but !
his cud and considerin Mother's clean Peet Shaw didn't care. Then followed thecrowding th motion of the Dike of Buckinham will intention m passing. such laws in detail as r

out! says 1 both rye and injnn. The Deacon of. Sleigh's taking in the ladies at bavo ral: the effect ofdepriving:. Ministers; uf'f' can" po siblyhe V put off without serious inoaeace ; t-
hpit. \\ ell, neighbor if you are afeard to the door. Such a hubbub & confusion.. But votes. general persuasion, however, ei ,
is French funds
that Ministers wiil the second reading April 7--Five pr* cents06f40c :
trust a teller here's t o 'fhiiling! aforchand.Pob. .- when my turn come, lo and (behold, Patty carry Four
small cents 82f 75c threo
by majority.-Provided only there per ; p'i'V :
poh, John, he Bean was missing! and iah 1 1Here
says walking up and so was uoiding be a. majority, tbp smaller the better as it will cents, 69f 60c.HOLLAND.
pocketing the money, not trust you? hear is the end of my story ; whoeft.-r wants render It the more to the bill AND BELGIUM. V

1J;!? 2fltb3Vtt. that-now Joshua tackle up Sukey. You'll to know the particulars that happed' in the ride against any mutilation necessary in its subsequent secure sta Lon DON. '.:Asril .-It is said to have (been ;
drIve> the kriurr stow, John-and no\v I think home, must ask Dolly Fibber i be Deacon J .
The Duk of determined at Amsterdam fo
Buckinham construct
L.\WSOFTHE ges. an trctrrail
I ,
UNITED by strengthening ;
ATE& PASSED on't, you may bring back my grist that is now will tell you wh.it sort of a pickie Sukey came the minority thus l road from Amsterdam and Rotterdam to

AT THE HAST SESSION OF THE :!2J CO.VGEESS. at the mill-and l look sharp at the miller,John, home in, and how much I paid (for the whi- he the means promoting may real unintentionally reform. Cologne, in order to render useless the Belgian l ;:

. when he strikes the toll measure. It was too tie.' Finally, whoever went to our meeting The motion of tbo Duke of Buckinham project of making one from Antwerp toCologne .4 1 :
[PCBLIC NO. 23. late to :tick at lies, now so I promised house the next Sunday morning, knows very
] *
every to be made only case the second : or at least to ensure every placti' a" V :
AN ACT providing lor the postponement of thing, ju oped into the sleigh, and steered to i well bow Patty Uean and Josiah Golding are should be negatived. In that case, it Reading was hi ble advantage to the Dutch commercial cities. V ,J.f t'!
The trial of certain casses now in the widow's with flying colors. to square accounts.-[John NeaL
pending intention, he said, on the 16th of April, to bring Paris, April 9.---The reortof an attack .
the It is the
Superior Courts of Arkansas Territory, height gentility, you must know in ajjjn for giving two representative- Par- made on the part of the Dutch army which; V ::
and withholding from sale or entry cer- for a lady to make her beau to wait as long as A full blooded Johuathan, residing in a certain liam nt t't which, by their opulence and commercial :had the effect of lowering the funds, were '
tain land* in said Territory. I possible! on such an occasion. I sat over a m town in New England, once took it into founded :
it is
said ?
importance, were entitled to be on a letter from :%t '!-
Be it enacted by the Senate and heap of warm ashes in the widow Bean's his head to a rourtin he accordingly represented Vrd
House of go ; '*
par- altho at present they were not ya copietf of which wpr h vk! I v't :." t
Representatives of the United States of A- lo b r, listening; to Patty stamping about in her saddled his old mare, and started off to pay repre
sented. 1 his would be the first of the rise It is known that M. Ouvard baa been '.
mcrica in Congress assembled, That the District stocking feet, in the chamber overhead for bis devoirs to one of the buxom losses of the bill. A second of object i for'mit liiu.ilhd !
object the bill would be to : at me iague, where I h- laoften ;
t Attorney of the United States for the one good hour. Then 1 stood up to the looking neighborhood. titer staying' with his I admitted ,
conjoin andconnolidatecertain to the of King Vi ihiam. -
.eachof i
boroughs presence
Temtory Arkansas, be, and he is hereby, glass and frizzled up my hair, changed my p gaK until daylight begun to streak the east, which now returned- two Members to, Par- V (.

wtbonzed and required to postpone until :after shirt pin to a new place thought over some he made preparations to depart Just as he liam nt so as to'return two Members for the Brussels, April 5.-It seems that Marshal I

| the expiration of the next session of the I 1p eIclIe:! to make under the buffalo skin, and I was seating himself on the :;saJdle his fair consolidated: b.:,rough the of thi. he Soult has without hesitation, granted permis.
Supreme vourt: or the United finally laid a plot to in the one, who stood in tlui dooi and who the purpose <
Stitcs, all further lug questionin ( by ing to prevent the inconvenience of an addition I sion to the French officers in the service of V
proci-edinjrs m which a sort of slantindi ular fashion. way marvelously fond having. ,'
any case has been .sparks ) to the present numbers to the House of t.'omraons Belgium to remai:* m omv till peace.
nedor now is pending let 1 trial in the Supre- At last Patty appeared in her glory ;' and I I[ 1 wishing to have him cone again, stammered by the introduction Members for PORTUGAL. :
nc (oun of the Tcr Arkansas was crooking elbow to lead her out, "I shall be at home next ,Zeb.'?I places
my out when Sunday _
SilU: F, upon which I not before represented. And a third LISBON, March ..-7. Jn.. tunghas signed
of review have been in came Mrs. Bean. Zebcdee taking out his tobacco box, arid biting provision
filed!in said Superior of the bill would be to extend the elec- a decree by which he has thought fit.to order
Court on the part of the United States, Where are you gowin Patty ?' 1)11.a quid of pigtail in less than a second, ti,enfranchise to persons not now entitled to that companies artillery of the militii shall
tDdp.f the provisions of an :ac% I A sleigh rMing mother.' honestly answered, so shall I, by gauly !I" be
the .ihth passed May I vote, so as to prevent tho abuse of the elective organized on the whole sea coast of the
one thousand eight hundred and I What, and leave your cousin Dolly oil n. I franchise in borough*.' kingdom to assist in the defence' 0(100 batte.
the'tbt., entitled "An act for further: extending;IF l lone, to suck her finders I A>pretty how d'ye Numerous evidencesbave lea. po.doubtthat FRANCE. n es.

Coartortbr powers of tb.- Judges of the .Superior; do, that alter coming all the way from Sac tho new world was visited_ by ancients some DONDON; April 9. -We have just received' ITALY.

** !f Territory of Arkansas, under the t osceyoul' centuries before its discovery by Columbus the Paris papers of Saturday, 7th, and the Gazette LONDON,,April, 11.-If any reliance is to
d tta enty-sixth day of May, one thou- Ileie was a knock down argument All Without referring: to the temples of Mexico, de France and the Messenger des Clam he placed in the.Italian correspondence of ther V V

JJJ tifcht hundred"and twenty four, and for my plans of courting and convort melted formed upon the same plan as .those of Del- bres dated yesterday. They .are filled with Constitutipnel, the Austrians are aiding the -,

*I purposes," Vmvidqd, however, that I_own and ran off m u moment. I saw directly t- phos and Pausantas, and bearing tha! significant ;- details of the progress of the.Chole ,Morb 1 Papal trobos to force the French to evacuat.., ,

c IIothing( in thi- ad shall be' applicable! to any 1 that the \' itiow% was resolved to push big pame of Teocallia," we find the follow nearly to the exclusion, of.other milter. The :. Anemia V "*'

"'orrsaid cases'now pending for trial! on Dolly richer into the sleigh, whether or .no f i ing.in the Universal; Gazette of .Bogota.-At Bulletin of Saturday exhibits, we lament to From the Constitulionel of Sunday, April 8*

'Ppebi 8tit io the Supreme Court of the Unlteo and.thct'n. no remedy, fir the widow Beanis the village of Dolores, about two 'leagues fromMontevideo observe_ : melancholly' increase_ of both. The, BOLOGNA,'March28 --(Private correspon

*: 1Dd Provided, aj-o. That nothing neither stump to l he got round nor movedout a plantcrfiasjut' ,discovered a new, casei between four o'clock P. I 1. on dence of ihe Constitutidnel.) We 'are in a

contained hha'l prejudice the right ol:; ot the way. I made some small mention tumulary.stone cove.red.wilh. unknown charac Thursday and.the.same hour'on Friday, .were cruel state of anxiety. All the Papal troops

trn JJof the pames. Pjovi
w OD\pen88t ou shall (be allotted said judges: tuy mouth in tantly. vault of brick work, containing tw t antique are truly happy however in learning th.-.t the distance of three or four leagues. The Austria !

after tbt: termination of tbr said term of.I Let me alone,' says she,.' I went a sleighin swords helmet and a .buckler, much_ worn disease although attacking still. increasing DS have quitted theposts, which ire already *

tacb Supreme Court of tho United States, after !! afore you was born, youngter. 1f.J.don't: with the rust with an earthen amphora of numbers was on Saturday observed. to be assuming occupied by the Papal troops, so that they .

laid the Judges hall proceed to dispose of;f know how to pack a sleigh ,whOidoes; rPatty large dimensions. On these remains l being a mild. pect. In the piesence of such support them on the second line, they occupy
cases under tb Be.,n, stowyourself .. shrinkyourself shown to Father ,Martinez he succeeded i in the little fortress
,l s provi-sions of said acts it .yhere.anJ a malady and on the dreadful scenes to which orS: l kto. It is still affirmed -

IioQ then from be aI'owed the additional compensa-: up smalL .If there isn't "room, we making out ,the following words in Greekcharacters the report of poisoning had given rise, addedto : that a corps is on its way to Civita: ee bia.

Ieid aid time, until the cases are disp II>- must make room, as the 'leHown used to. ,sa 1. "Alexander, son. of Philip, was the rumour that M. .Pier had been attacked It is also affirmed: t the Papal troops- will
, It' ,or tried by the said Courts; of Arkan- i' ISow, Dolly hoist yourself in there.' : King.of Macedon about the 63d' Olympiad- by the disease; it i.i not wonderful that the attempt to storm the place after\ having summoned *

She tumbled her into the sleigh like a sbotfrom in these places Ptolemy"but' the remainderof funds>experienced a decline on Friday.An the French, and that they will be'supported

! (ItEte. 2.j ADd be it further enacted, That' a shovel: ) or a cart load of pumpkins into the inscription is wanting.. -On the hilt of epidemic,,which has already carried off by the A ittiii who will give them V

Undent 1&the of the United States shall cauj>e a gondola., It was chuck full of her. 0, the sword is an engraved portrait which appears a considerable number of persons, !existed all possible assistance in case of' nee< : The

lancb t the titles to which are involved'' she'n a whopper. I tell ye. to be that ofAlexander l and ou tbe.helmet I- at St. Brienc,'in. Brittany, but it presents n none i report, which is i circulated everywhere, even

ior! ependent upon the trial.of the said bills I Why Johnny Beedle,' says Mrs. Bean, is: chased work representing Achmesdrntg&qjr of the symptoms of the Cholera. at Ancona has excited giest_ erthusiasm inRomagna.

fine.hlch tT are claimed by purchasersa in my day they.used to pack us layer. upon ; the oJ.liectorrouRd the ..,,'alls The French Government, has adopted a : The inhabitants Ancona have

\.the of thfbrigjat judgment I to I layer. .' I of Troy.. .it .is to be conduced m ,his di 3- plan for the-Colonization' of Oran: suHmTtted ; protested that they would take 'part with the

,"O,- 1theld from sale until the further .order of At this hint I sneaked round to P,tty.to begin covihnt: the land of Brazil was xplored bya by Gen. Boyer, who :had returned 'to .Paris! French. The Austrian officers affirm that,

the second layer on her lap. She clenched '. contemporary of Aristpttel :It ,.is, probablethit from hid command_ .in Africa. the latter will retire'Hecause"they cannot resist

A. STEVENSON me by the collar, ,' and patting upon iJoIly's jftolenay: t !the I well known 'commander of There was nooieinews8i; ripg-in .Pa- so overwbelmnmg' a force, add will not ex-

SpeAker of the.House of Reyresrntatiyes.tt knees here' the driver's seat' says 0ne-.-. AIexci) erT,-fleet,'drien}by, tempestinto whatthVancjepts ris on Saturday. The general; "impression :was pose them.Jelej80 .shameful a defeat It ,

.t,, J. C. OALUOUN, : Plant you feet fiat and firm. neice jumpup : called the great' ,ocwn, and_ cast however l ,.thatpeace,would! 1 bis sjwedily con- is e ident'. ihat't1a. : UllnraaAUlt" '.t.1.1I0.: :....-. J '_Y8 .

I ace of the United States Johnny, and now, away with her my liii I.' Upon'.4.toe tioior ehoro of llAziJ,; ,t\rnarked*t--j-: the- event- I by solidated. The'ratification of tlfc 24'arti Ies made no declaration 'concur to'tfes i vdtfljo>t of V

4. and President of the Senate. By this time I b d got,*o rtvin ,oa& .that ti: the 1f"* thw if monumenlt t1- *'**'ff AtaJleveoU*'* ", byRuthia-w! ,.$ exect4iiParis.. : by. .tbe')2th their power in investing ,the pIac. Yesier'-- V

PProved, May.5th, 1832. could bold' in no longer.' I fell.foelof the old ..the-r.". m'i ti8"'a'.uh''e: ;''<* .* of. creat-.cunosUy-V- .*for toe 4 instant. J' day momiiig w-ngoni1 loaded ;with(coroi whit'

ANDREW JACKSON. I I'J'h i mare, and if(didn't gtvn it:lo beruixxrt: .right,, .-,. .".*\0JnB- ..". : I PARIS! April 8.- Yesterday: 'evening, at were .sopped ,or'-tJiiLi1d ib"AJie. -bat. 'came

then ihere'H none o'sie, that's-all.' 'The:1Jek: .. ..7- I halfpaat 4, the President, .of the,Cooncil. .(H. back.fOJ this city: ', 'V' ; .

Phi1adelphi. Un States Gasette, con counted tbrweJts O ..Rr.hick q Ppn 9t.d'M". u.brQUg bt : Casimir.i Perferj '.was. taknswitlii g. To-day thrnat4tV, .. V V

or.the lU1u ii h-e Costume for la- afterzrds-heaba-called-Qb ine-to a reck-; .. egaiqf.ta. .m'rtur i ..flpaler! ,'Jbr.a .Iibirt : He had during the day suffered'front':a'Mizzi- -tWMuadT ,<>fcavalry omvedMddena *-5 J Piasd rem.--- V. V,,' j

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j A letter from Facnza, of the 20th', .pves, a oc cnt,.he;mU \ata.t1j. obtain 1ia1e- J."I', : .,.,. "t. .' t.,:..) ->:" f.' ".;,-. 'g, i' -", w'tr 'a jt5fkVpublic tk>ahere'; and ,.
: list various detachments, Austrian- troops He will bQ:equally i restor 4 to:liberty>wlio tI ,to ..]., J,. .Y,1, .'.; bavi af S utlrAperica in a .V :

p amounting to 1,096 men that have passed shall: furnish gufSetertt surety.u PHILADELPHIA, ..May H, 1832. capacity; hs wa'sWel) acquainted with ii- TUES AY, O.oNG JtN&

____ through that city. "All tueae co'rpIaays the Art.: 10. The form 'of; judicial' inquests Dear Sir:-Hnirist been ,confined to the the laws usages, habits, tn< feelings of sucha .--' ', .,."'

letter, have merely passed ,through on their directed against the superior fuctionaries of House,:from indisposition, for several. days* Ifcad population as that of Flori a. This excellent COrnWcsakapjto.

way towards Ancona. The.day.after, tomorrow ,tbe.ktogdom, and against persons,eccti!ed>'of1'i not ceenjmtil 1 this morningthe: letter of; jonst end:unexceptioea! e'Judge'was recommended able aDd indet&DeJe&atB,at tits inv-" ,

1' we expect 200 artillery men with congrcrcrockets. !h treason, ahall ,determined bI'a pai- Governor' Duvol,Britten at the instance of the I by every-raembr of the Legislative lion of hi>friends baa consented to be*, .'

IF- I ti ular law the foundation of which shall be the President Jrabsequentl/r: to my having council from \\u& 'judicuone ,district, except It was his earnest wish to retire after tie;1_

11 Aa : .,uThis vcry day, too, at three o'clock, an accordant with the other laws of our empire. been superseded in' officeViII :you whose concurrence- wa- oof asked; by contest, bbt the unprincipled* tempc made*, '

11 c:. officer who arrived, went to the town hall l, and "'Art. 11. The right property;.of individoals be so good as to state your ,opinion, ,of the the Legislature'of:his native state, Pennsylongress summer to defeat me wibeiottbe 'f

asted how many horsemen 'the.town. would and of corporation,' If 'declared. sa justice, and truth, of what is contained in vania; by the delegations in / of that ed by a majority of their votes,and U emnignimt '?**. *

lodge. II"evas answered that there, were cred inviolable! .inasmuf hvaa it will! bp-conr that letter. State, Maryland and Louixma, and aboveall | ptneeuuon to which he haas- -. "h..

porticoes for several hundred; but'he,'said that formable to the existing l laws. AH'the subjects I 'am, respectfully, by his purity of,charac r, moral worth jectrenderitduetohinis.lfandlhsbcud >SStk
7 / -etablea would be required, a$ the troops that of the.kingdom' f1and.are. perfectly """Tour obedient servant. literary acquirements and profound acquaintance again appeal to the tuTrag We the'more
/2 were to arrive would reman some time. free,to quit the country, and to carry away '. H. .M, 'BRACKENRIDGE. with, the civil and ,comnon law. public- are gratified at tkb -
CoL WHTT *inUindoal
People ire here fully convinced that the their goods(provided they conform to the reg- Hon. J. M.,WHITE, 4: (08.0
/ has been the roost prominent in
t .French will be attacked in their position at ulations published to that effect."Art. Delegate in' Congress. I BANK OF THE UNITED: STATES.We gainst him.and particularly the'gtttmiup absur .

Ancona; and i itts very generally believed that \2. The penalty of confiscationshall had an opportunity jeierday of hasti- Lire Oak.affa'.wi11.DOW be abfe to rea ir-

___ -:- the operations will commence on the 31st. not be enforced but against state crimes WASHINGTON. ', May 16, 1832. ly examining the Counter-Report of the Minority person,a rich harvest mortification froa iae .

A 'The papal troops who occupy tho most advanced of the first..cjasg, as may be hereafter deter- Dear Sir: I have received your letter of the of the Bank Coramilte presented in ded calumnies.

t posts, are to summon the French in the mined by particular,laws. 14th inst.calling my ,attention a letter of tho House Representatives Mr. McDuP* NuTTAtx.wfll not be a Candidate

Pope's nutne to evacuate the fortress; if they "Art. 13. Publication of sentiments, by Governor Duval, published in the, Globe, in fie. It is fpm the pen of thii gentleman, but WHITE has consented to offer. V e 1rert ,r.t

w jreftue, the Papal troops will attack, after claiming means of the press, shall be subjected to restrictIOn relation to your re-appointment. You ask met has-the fulrconsen't of Mr. Adams and Mr. to consider him candidate in cose l he had

the assistance: of the Austrian, who which will protect religion, the inviolability slate my "opinion of the justice and truth of Watmough, who with him,constitute the Minority is not known that any other candidate ,-jj'i

Will thus appear the auxilliarics ofthe Prpe. ol superior authority, the i interests 0: what is contained in that letter." The rela- of the Committee. it is presumed that the field,will be left opea fa

.;,_______ From Le Nouvelliste of Sunday. morals, and personal considerations. Particular tion notoriously subsisting between the Governor TVe will endeavor, in a ft w words, to give competitors. The resul is not doubtful .Coi.-!
I GENOA, March 31.-We have the melan- regulations, to ,this effect, will be published and myself, will restrain me, as I think the reader an idea of the tinoi U: the Report,as popularity steadily increasing-Wehate s

I ___ cholly task of announcing the death of her according to the principles which serveas similar relations between yourself and him, it may be some days befoa copy of it can from every pan of the Territory thatfub cU .
Theresa relict in the other of obtained for publication.The remain'firm,while he constantly gaining tfeJas
; Majesty: Queen Maria of a basis. to this object parts should have prevented the expression of any -
Charles Em.in'iel. the last.King of Sardinia our empire. opinion on his part, on such a subject. In Report begins by exi jning..the six the nature of the calumnies by which Le&*.

:, i! but one, which took place on'the 25th, at four ** Art. 14. The Kingdom of Poland shall justice to you, however, I now enclose to you cases presented in the Report of the' Majority assailed becomes understood. .

I in the morning, after a few days illness.-Gazette'de proportionably contribute to the general expenditure an extract from a letter which I considered it as subjects of imputation touching the violation This is the last time we presume tkat CcLv.
: of its charter the Bcnk. 'these imputations will! ask for any gift at the hands,of tht
'ti. : Genoa. and to the wants of the empire.- due tit the people represent, to address to by -
field will then be
Tne left to
/[ ;; t GREECE. The proportion of taxes will be stated here-. the Senate of the United States, in which. up- are all unequivocally rondeq,ned as that thex the open new upiraac".
anticipate respective friends
t .t The last advices from Corfu state that a aiter. on my olBcnl responsibility, 1 have stated unsustainable; and m S'trae of the cases great BOOTH NTTTAU SANCHXZ {
and '
;I civil war between the conteading parties in "Art. )5. All contributions and all taxes what I solemnly believe is the opinion of four- credit is given to the bank f jr the very transactions their individual claims for the suffrage of "

Greece ha* actually been commenced. Col. vhich existed in November, 1830, shall be fifths of the whole population of Florida. -I which ire in the majority's report sub -' -. onoovoo

: Vtti at the bead: of 2,000 Roumeliots, has ta- levied after the manner formerly settled till the was assured that the petitions sent me from jected to censure GEN.CALL is ot length formally an -
3: ': li-tune' castle of Lepanto, and is preparing new fixing of taxes. three counties in your district were signed by The case of the loan to the Editors of the Pcnsacola! paper as a candidate' for Congms--ni-"hu4ft-

: f :o ar v k immediately the Morea Castle. At Art. 16. The treasury of the kingdom o' four fifths of the people. The memopai from New York Courier and Enquirer is next taken an event which we have been eJtpeeling
091 &
: Tau ,i the British Consul has deemed it ne- Poland, and all the other branches of the administration Pensacola, it wa represented to me, was up and fully examined, and the Report -The General has been more gt\tf thu

I ; ; : S Ci ined bv every one or the Spanish populationwith tested: bp the evidence in the case. This late \ve began to fearth&t his awroslwicd tdU.placency 1DQt.

I h jet 10 ... leady to embark themselves and ministration of the other part of the kingdom. one exception only, and by all of th<* A- jrinch of the counter report is concluded in and pucnposhy had deserted -Tl 4

F property at a moment's notice, as an attack s' Art. 17. The public debt of Poland, acknowledged meriran but about half dozen. I laid before the following terms: "Under all the circumstances is out-He was doubtful of the ultimate tatefi>Za

.f I til bv the n' -Itoumcliots- was lobe apprehended.. by us, shall be guaranteed as formerly the President the recommendation of fOUl out{ of this case-, the minority ot the r.om1 CoL Ga.lsden-He was'afraid CoL M uttaU _mM- _..

:t !j1 -J\l\\ Majesty's brig Pelican was at anchor off by the government,-and indemnifiedby of five of the Legislative <'oun il of ymir di-- 1 "mittee. declare, without any reserve, that there whether or no. These troublesome question_- ,

1 the ro."n. the receipts of the kingdom. trict, and that of the Grand Jury of Jackon "is nothing :n these tran.ac.tir.ns calculated"to be disposed of and the General 1 has wrnugit ijasri

it; : P. S.-An article from Ancona, under date Art, 18. The Bank of the kingdom ofl County. Various other memorials, letters, induce thom to doubt the honor and integrity up to the sticking point. But query, as 'M.'11
of March that tranquility before the Executive and of the Directors; and this they feel au- the race course, can he carry the wcish:w&t&le
; h F of Corfu, 15th states Poland, and the l laws respecting credit shall md papers, are now
: i; :. had been, in some degree, restored in continue under the protection of Govern the Senate.In "thorized to .->iy i is the opinion of:be majority"of necessity do-That Is the "Tir,"il* Cowtv&
I Greece, by a decision of the Ministers of ment. a new community like .that of Florida the committee, from the opinion publicly tion in 1828, and some other WEICUTT matters, a|

' 1: 1 ,Great Bntain, prance and Russia. Art. 19. The mode commercial transactions there are always to be found desperate adven- 'expressed by one outs members (Col. it."M. which will in due time be noticed. Can fee.can
"xcLLiriCATiox" and all its
Johnson.' aLo deem it due the agreeable
TURKEY AND EGYPT. Wtvveen the iiusiian empire and the turers, some of whom, in the indiscriminate I They to
such as civil and servile and the
war dest
t The accounts from Constantinople: confirm admission to the bar, are classed with those of "occasion and to their- own ine of ju tie, ,
( f r kingdom of Poland snail be regulated according the fair fabric of American liberty, the rerck
of its the intention These "that they should add that they do not believe efm
the intelligence being serums to the respective interests of the two the professior. men, as lawyers er sufferings and socjifcea o'our patriotic
of the Sultan to mako war th Pa in the habit of denouncing "there exists in the United States a Bank Di- aztecon.
: upon olntri s. parties, are every Can he carry all these? If he can he is indeed i
i* cha of Egypt. Already tho names of tie- i irt. i judicial derision against them them, and of "rection composed of more upright, i independent as they Kentucky..
\ 20. Our in the empire and in say
army and honest than that which
hornet Ali and Ibrahim Pucha have been erased gratuitously imputing to the Judge improper i men gran- .-':oooooo:-
the kingdom shill l one in th* coni-
fto-n the nual list of high functionaries compose motives. I considered it the "ted thp-"t'1nf in question." ,
t a have always : GEN.: CALL in becoming a :candidate for _
without distinction of tuvhn or Poli-i!
and of Turkish hires. rnon evidence of ability and integrity, I The next subject examined by the Minority,' office .
Tivornors pro\ shall ourlv fj best your in the gift of the People of Florida-! baa,it
troops.r. reserve to \ a
It was reported at Paris on the 8th, that 1- that they were clamorous against yon; ad: i is the transactions of the Bank with Thos. manner,made his character, motives and act.tdi
decision of tht law in
turn : by an *-s oiui ,
: brahi Pacha had taken Aero by storm, and ;' I believe the opposition in your district has Biddle & Co. which are thoroughly probed. : property. While he controlled quietly to'fiV"
hich and hoe !h1.-I the
,: put the cntr.-; garrison to the sword ; but th,- arrangment upon been principally confined to them and to a One incident is so remarkable as to deserve.. patronage of the Land Office, and enjoy its profe!,.ij
of Poland shall with
kingdom participate our
; : ( French Journals state that thewas intelligence few Tennessee deputy surveyors. special notice It.b a refutation of a statement have forborne question him on scTeral de&aa idjects.
arm). The number of troops uhi-.h shall the President of the Bank .
; not official. I have not received a letter from Florida implicating ,
: : Importa.it negotiations are said, in a letter seivo a: tho military defence of the kingdomwill since it wan known that you were not reap- by the tact accidentally proven, that for several 1 The first is a subject which intimately canctnah*

; i from Constantinople, ti be on foot in that city, i be also ultimately! determined upon' by pointed. in which there was not a deep and days before and several day after, the alleged sell! During the canvass of 1829,be stated paring
Ii 1 law. date of the transaction, Air. Biddle the on his own knowledge,that Gen.JACXSOX
ror the ic"tititiK 'f Aig'icr. in the Porte. general expression of regret and disappoint- ( was act
is also stated tbnl there is a Haiti Schenti of \rt. 21. *rho*" of our j ubWts of the : ment. President) wa absent from the Bank, on business : were that Miv.BERJUEjr,was. employed,in,Fosnl
: Governments empire of ilus.ia. who are estuShihed; in the \Va hin case when he gave him the
the Sultan: declaring that the of I am very respectfully, at > $on. "Thus says the minority appointment of Atuca
I Egypt Candia and Jed da, hall t foi the prescnt i kingdom of Poland, wh possess or shall and sincerely, your friend, "was th'- artfully devised story, ,which Genera. The statement was questioned here uJp

; ii emain vacant, to be disposed of accord- jif-ssess, real property in that co.intry, shall JOS M. WHITE.H. .. "which was intended to blast the reputation asserted by Gee. CALL. It was subsequently,ji
. njoy all the rights of native It shall be lively and unequivocally! denied io the Unitdl Staid
'i jjaz 1 the future conduct of Alehemtnet Parha M. BRACSENRIDGF, Esq. "of high minded honorable man, through"one
; and his son Ibrahim Pacha.C'ONSTITUTIOS !the -a.ne: with those of our subjects! of the of those extraordinary inlerpoitiotis by Telegraph, on the authority' of Gen. ]&nSn.-1't i
kingdom of Poland, who shall establish them-i I understand that Gen.CAIN'S friends assert't&ti i
OF POLAND. "which Providence sometimes confounds the
; : Extract from a communication of the Delegate -
,; 14 By.: the Grace of God, we, Nirhoias, I, Hves, and shall possess' property, in othurprovinces from Florida; t. the Senate. "contrivances of the wicked, made to recoil statement it is tnu. If ihis be a tact,we.vm .dhow
the ituasian of the empire. \\c reserve to ourselves the head of its inventor who has rested quiet oat to
; I : Emperor and Autocrat of all *, TO THE SENATE OF, THE UNITED "upon must for- positive and unceremonious contradtcikm fOr tbti
Kill of Poland &c. &c. to grant hereafter letters of naturalization "ever stand forth a blasted monument of the
I I1 other STATES.In years. If it be said that he is a friend'cf Gta. Ji*
t In our con-t mt solicitude for the happiness to persons, as well to strangers as "speedy and Attributive"justice of heaven."
the Senate with SON,we
againapproaching a remonstrance answer,a man may sacrifice his ibrtast jri
of the nations which Providence ha- to Hus-ians, who are not yet established there. In all transactions of the bank uith Thomas
for the Territory to but -Ii
against appointments prospects friendship, not his good
I co nfided to our government, we are occupied Thoo* of our subjects of the Russian empire of Florida, 1 urn deeply and painfully Biddle. & ,Co. instead of finding any thing to honor-We are anxious to hear Gcneralj vs&u
basis for the future who may reside for n 'ertain tune in Poland, censure, the state that the President .
1(: in fixing the organization; sensible of the ungraciousness of the duty.- Minority tion in this re3pect.
: :j ? of the Kingdom of Poland, having regard to and those of our subjects of the kingdom of Nothing short of the conviction, that nearly of the Bank appears always to have acted with In the second place,tr-e question has often fceedii

: the true interests and positions of the country Poland who may sojourn in the other parts of every i inhabitant I represent, will feel the the moat scrupulous delicacy. Before the ed, but-ncver answered,has Gen.CALL,been.ww

S : : and to toe local wants and manners of the the country where they reside. most intense interest in nominations by which Committe separated, it further appears, a res. in his pnfcutoTu of friendship for CoL GAD W*&

;; Ii inhabitants. Art. 22. The superior administration of his life, liberty, or property, may be affected, olution was unanimously passed, acquitting has uniformly professed pa tanat 'and politicalJrxt&fy
A'a GENERAL DISPOSITIONS. the kingdom of Poland is confided to a council could induce me againto trespass on indulgence Mr.. Biddle of all censure on this head. for him-Now for the proot In 1823 CoL Owsstf

I ,i Art. 1. The kingdom of Poland is forever of administration, which shall govern the to which I am already so greatly in- I: The counter report then goes on to e:amine offered for a sea i in the Legislative pP'
i : to bo re-united to the Russian empire, kingdom in our name, under the Presidencyof debted. and refute various other positions i taken in tion to Mr WTATT. To the hue* gcnllemaa G*

i and form an inseparable part of that empire. the Governor of the kingdom. I Heretofore my constituents, however little the Report ot the Majority, respecting the CLLwasapersocd *emy, but still hem suppoMJ1i&- .
i ; It shall have a particular administratiou con- Art. 23. The council of administrationis their wishes or interests were consulted i in the transportation of specie, exchange, &c. and opposition to his/rien, CoL GADSDCT. Her ..!j

i : formnbly to its local necessities, as well as composed of the governor of th? kingdpm, choice of executive or ministeral officers, had declares the opinion that there is no part of riddle which perhaps can be solved by Gen.jC j

1 a ''j i*il and military code. The statutes and of superior directors, who superintend the every reason to be satisfied with the Territorial the Union which is so much benefited by the without incurrin;the charge of treachery aadj&n&Hdealing. .

i the ia'vs of the cities and towns remain in commissions, and among whom are dividedthe Judiciary. The Judges had become en- general operations of the Bank as the Southern Until.-W the General e cannot.furnishes, abeU rwe1p. ge* -Bl|j

I J full \Lor.Art. interests of the adnoinistiation, 02 comp deared to the people of their several districts' and Western States.In .. following solution: ;

: : ,. 2. The Crown of the kicgdom of troller ; presiding over the supreme chamber by personal intercourse. They had acquired regard to comparison drawn by the At*that time Gen. CALL was anxious to 11111"
P"' is in and in of Finance and of other members whomwe between the condition of the Bank
: rind hereditary our person our publiceonfidence by their integrity, ability majority in Congress-We .believe it was his, intention. colt-.
heir and agreeably to the order shall appoint by special orders." 1819 and now, the counter that
I successors i and urbanity ; and their reappointment was report says, at the next election. It was not his interest-
of succession to the throne prescribed by alii There appear to be some additional sec- looked for with as much solicitude as was consistent the minority "cannot but regard the companion fore, that CoL GAHS&EV should succeed,baik l't,

; the B: '. sians. I tions not contained in the paper from vhichwe with little doubt and extraordinary un thus ;presented by the report as unfair wished'to use him to preserve thitpartyfc "

: Art. 3. The Coronation of the Emperors copy.] animity. These just expectations have been "and partial, and, calculated to produce irn- hid ColO ADSD "been at.t .rur;I

I of aU .Russians and Kings of Poland shall most cruelly disappointed with respect to "pressions ou the public mind aaabsolutely er- likely that he would have been' willing 10 -

t bo on.- :h;d !tbe vaoie carcuionial, which shall Judges Brackenridge and ,Smith. Without "ruu ous as they would be ,positively perni for the Genel1\1.just as h was mteriDg eou.fJIfZ

take phr* ;n Moscow, in the presence of a Napoleon's whole history summed up by the slightest charge, or shadow of complai, cious. This position u sustained by facts CoL GASSDCX is a practical man-He possesst'! .
; deputation ,'om the kingdom of Poland, which himself a few words." I closed the gulpof against the almost unanimous wish'of the bar and arguments at considerable length, summing but not showy or splendid talents-It was< "

hul! as'it-? -i ttmt solemnity toitb.-the deputies anarchy and cleared the rhaos. I purifiedthe aooLof the'people-in.'the face of numerous up thus: Upon the whole, that the taming some subordinate ait nation that $3

jro n th'r parts of the empire. revolution dignified nations, and established arid'earrfest petitiojp from Grand Junes, and "Bank is not only fully J able,to_meet ,all its en t_ could be made known to the : .'N1J.

')! '. ',rt 4 lu the possible even of a regency kings. I excited every kind of emula- in spite of moit respectable recommendations, "gagements, but is in a state ot the highest time the laws of the Territory were in !

i in lii: >*;jj, the power of the legent or re- tion, rewarded'every kind of merit and extended embracing :entire delegations Congress: "prosperity." inextricable confusion 4 a seat in thCkg13Ut
will extend the the limits of glory This is at least The would as a matter of course have aflbnfed fdustry
gente s of the empire over and majorities of State Legislatures these counter report concludes with the following -
t som'thinnd on what point c .n I be assailed and practical talents,an oj ortoaty t ?
of Poland. '
unequivocal expression "Upon.
3 ; gentlemen hav been in effect removed with re- known the W4i
r Art. 5. The freedom of worship is guar- on which an histoiiau could not defend out cause, except such as have 'been assigned '6vi .w. of the whole ground occupied in the advantageously to peopl
may real friea4j
of the there doubt the
; antc* d ; every one i is at liberty to exercise his SiCU? Can it he for ill) intention* But even by the private,malignity of secret and "examination tboyiiavemade the minority are matter no offer D
I GAJMDXH urged hna.to for a seat
,; religion openly, under the protect;.>u of Gov- here I can fipd absolution.. Can it !b o fir my irresponsible 'accusers-without any other "of opinioolihat:the aflairs of the Bank. have life Council-They did not question tbaf'' :

I ernmt'nt, and the difference of Christian f faiths despotism ? It may be demonstrated that the crime save that of being my tends, and "been administered by the President and Di- r kive the cheerful support of his'proI'essea ."

L shall 'never prove a pretext for t violation of dictatorship was absolutely .Nes ary,11 without object but the gratification of a I local "rectors wijh( very great ability, and'with per-, biit to their infinite snrprise, they fbuad difrari4 ','
i the rights and pririleges which are allowed ti it bit said.thit I restrained liberty i It can be faction.: In thejdvtrjct of'Judge'Smith "fect,fidelity to all the obligations to the stock- confidential friends' the General am f

t; nil the inhabitants. The Romt n Clthlic religion proved thai licentiousness anan-hy, and the is not even a faction to be propitiated ;'scarce ,J*holders, to the G vernient, and to"the coun- active to ensure his dereat aDd to throw'. '

$ I being that of the majority of our Polish greatest irregularities still haunted the threshold Iy an individual-to be gratified, the petition :in "try. They ,regard" a ..bank an Institution gor shade duplicity,possible,over the "

subjects ; shall be'the object of especial of freedom. Shall I be accused of having his favor, having been signed by all parties of indispensable ,to the, preservation. .ofja it is stated that Gem CALL'S mdidulTOCt: ..

; proteclon of the Government. been.too fondof'Wtr! It can be .shown every description rcd and local. "sound currency, and to ,the .financial opera- :only one of that pony which.CoL GiDUL "

.. 44 Art. 6. The funds which the Roman that I always received the first attack. Willit Judge Brackenndge was appointed: by "tions of the,govemmsnt;,and should consider -Thus betrayed anddeaert .t hifr -

( Catholic clergy possess, and those of the I be said that I aimed at universal monarchy ? President Monroe, and continued by Mr. the refusal.of Congress to z nthe char- defeated a matter of.course He thus fcj ,, .

Greek church united, shall be considered as i It can be, proved that this was merely the r*>- Adams. having discharge his public duties .'ter-as a:great.national C iDity. They will opportunity which.Iro eTeroffered, or in4&i' V

the common and inviolable propriety the suit of'fortuitouscircumstances, and that'our to.the.entir6 satisfaction of the Government ''add in conclusion, that they are equally ownk 0 the peopeo Fkckb. .Ba4, -".

feeirorrhy of each of those creeds. enemies themselves led me step bys ep to and the people of'he district. He is well acquainted" "decided i in the:opinion'that CongreYs is call culiithisiDt1riceh b hardly to be, .""

c : Art. 7. The protection of the laws is as- thi* determination. Lastly shall be blamedfor with the French and Spanbh.lan- ed upon by the most weighty and urgent considerations -, the result of the election' 1823 would b!" ;; "",

pured to all tho inhabitants without distinction my ambition. 'This passion. I must doubtless I .thoroughly versed in the laws'of Spain ", to decide this important question fere&tffbrke feikd by only 4 pies.' it
4 guages .
Of rank or .cb s. Each.shall be empowered be allowed to have possessed,and that I which constitute in nearly all the controversies : ."durmgtbe.present soss ..National .Intel- The qtwtwtt nqw is, whjether th idlt, ,

; 1 to assume dignities to exercise public functions in no ,small-degree ; but., at the same time, i the old inhabitants the lex-loci.-- ligepcer, May 12.following. then,was the result ot"1ines' uewbhas or j i'
among : WTATT. To the latter, re haTe ,
I ; According to hiS personal merits or ambitida'tras of the highest and noblest I [ .
my an accomplished scbolat and ch man. He 'i is etermado pwtenaioaa,and until& ,
1 talents kind that ever perhaps existed," That of ,es- a man of integrity and unsullied character, as .1 he .Card is copied from the Bal tonisgirenweareboaadtotJwfoaner.We any .' -V T

4* ,!rt. 8., Individual }liberty i .:Is guaranteed tabli*bin and consecrating the empire of reaon the President admitted'not. a month'since.. m. ,* : hate so(at permitted GeaeAlJJown

od protected, by,the,existing, taws. No one > and the full exercise andcomplete enj9\. ijuch baa been the care, diligence .find learning *..',9l8.catrtotTb gentleman ,who put:himself ,ex>ur e.unquestionedfie has w ed.t1. ..
' gall l be deprived of his liberty, or called to inent of all the human lacultios. And htttt which havo characterized hi*'judicial de to so.much Jroabie fast evening at the Huse Q0 fl ikitMTw to cgA1t'PartY in 0 : .<'

ustice,. if he be not a Uwgtwor of the law' historian,trill' probably t feel compelled to ,'iat, St :that 'iris. 'believed not one. of them, urn,...to cut off ono.of the skirts Jof my" coat,, Whita when ititV.sLnpbue to V 40 t1'. -

io .all the forma prescribed. Every one d(-
1 toiried'shall! be apprised of tdeaiothre. of ar- fu1ll4ind'gnatiIied ; then after a 'fenmomenUofKSsntreflection ', ourte''f'",' X "1- I '. ** .,* ';. ;.(which he, took,to be pocketbook) i .With ardentprofe siom frwodiaip,he haypc&1. j jly '
:: : ..* l "this .
( raid tht"
- : t' : f : n"Were. and handkerchief(hov caa havetha remaolag ,blasted fcr th present tie. ",
: JeDt. *tii.y>:iffemperprrJL -" > / hewj&ole; exploied rnaj mj l .._ _*_,
I p' lArt. 9.*Each.person arrfe tedttun. ubtp 'i9 .wbole, nistory ta & law. I co ifideotly be asserted that -not a- maD catr.btf. ,part of th .coat,by appljing 9., JV.* .deft's t3.JI; .1M'foitb1T .iJIi

1P .rtk1si. t' ,&Iw-o' S' ;'to'.heard, and ,vordt-, i 'I '..' :: : .. ,. .'VIal'AWlV ".-ncntHTqualifitdi cr'so ,r "-, rQU- ..patriot r 1'O't f5c,- .J.r 1 orthe t pe( 1crid3. .Andis it '4-f'

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.i1t :! ot&oparcaatznpeaturL.that : IiWtllttW.f 40 tfee-.
dews and pute ofkttrtm AJ
their :
&DCOI1.b And all cfectou 1 A _
lQo'e in ,tKfclonjri:_o D' out hozc it in it ore tIIf. ;.. J hI v. :c.wI'enw m.lct .
-Am ; 4JtSo&Y..
be ofered In deteeprKworoofr4e"c huBpuriod., I i .' -" & ;.tt&" .tr--"C. ''; ,IJ. :1 "oIIIIL.. } N" "., ,: oo.Ifco. da?*f aley _
spot. It S' 1II.7 L. 4 ,i1f."iJi < If.I
1 of dark wtpJck to the ; .DIG""vt.t. _"eru-: ; !* !
r:11:1;:: IIftD subject Call owes it to then, if Now I'our prows. : :pound*tnit Victorious- tag hasb ciuduatly increasing for .rra? I t fa -. iow ci.,omi.' tort ;
Gen. bv.rgzah 8ek. ;, b1S3t' 18" .
G en. wrenths ; ;i .Ida
teoL c .' if thU-b true how painful .U ,
years i the infer '
; '
$ the various tergiremw negroes i edYertI.ed is _
,V ifho an Our praised arms, (holds out his wrists,) hung towiiickft leads ol fierjcias Tflfitalaerf! IW= pcet p _'.
W as e3Lh course. To show that he was sinjab eace ,; cder: critical situation 'B'Y"VjrtueoCa"writ *?., day ofJim* w. : __
clbil ] Gadden for Congress after up pour monument m which .the mbbtanU\or':r n-rifiV ;,".. aZed1th 'Clerks Office of th* ,.' which day they wi-lM sold.to, the highest.biddtr;w __ I

support tOC ubordinae station Vat i ish de yord, prompter TPROMPTER. would.be placcdif -J ydr sfcoaldbe .c<>'un for Loon county, I eba1lcliSamrdaytJa: Monticello in the CooDt7 of JetkncaL Terms,'pJ ___
oto&a1nh a i.ou !
nCC : next,in front of the Court Hooseyia &he'C-U7'JTalla- sale CM* '
-dtt heart- { .-Goon, devil take you ed from:the dumber in w4ucb it 'be < __
\Lace jibe can the suspicions ppcnrs to haaeiItcc4.toie11: fbrCaah 0'the big bddfir, JOHN G. LBJ. Exetutor. j _
nllted lIT his extraordinary course UICH.-Co on, tiviF take you It's a lied buried! 'Hence. ,the remaric'Vade by a. preceding .Negro flfqoj n: ntffled"Ere.pihl her three: su2.tto :.' :t' eMaIP-e1rr1931:' ids
'"bicb OI" or igIf1eaogthisvbe t jab not it-you ruteme tirty. cJilud oANte MMmed CUDJO4sjjed '
in the summer out you naturalist "Uoderfthede cirtutnstancoai ;

: C Gadaden had Viler stick to the Land Office, little v'wtling rascal., I can play petter mitmyself. there i is not, a Dingle hour whicf' !)..;Jntty 'not\'be on a the'propMty Jtf Edmund Doyle,.decea ed/to satisfy ; mfABIANN4 HOTELS ;
; an execution in faToy:of John. G. .,Greaves Bale "" 1 Qt4f 0X > 4T ? *"t 4. "
aist votU among the real friends of Col. the last ef a whole race!" within legal .- 'THOMAS'J'HotNts. ; _
get no 1ioaTHOSESTON .)
be"'iU -
f.C CLARENCE entered iu good time to put an RANDOLPH. '. 1831." "It.:t. ., '

,.en. _:oooooo:- end to his brother's difficulties. The audience U8... ,. D. I .

Reid Esq. Augusta, Go.and J. A. were convul ed. It was pronounced by Kf- WE rare authorized to announce I May I,'1832. tds 38 F.I BentaTHotice.fR. .. .r:\jJ, _

Judc fl It.of North Carolina,Lave been appoint the ablest connoisseur- ,the best entertain- Plot Col.ida JOSEPH ia'the Congresa.M..WHITii. a caodidaio to represent The Sale 0".the above. Property is S. W.' COMFORT, Dm V W W .

C; 0a'Esq.: by and with the advice and consenttltheSenalcJudes ment they had ever, beheld. The piece was postponed uutil'Tuesday' the 12th"instant. FROM PHiUo irBUWtshes to inform the efr/ J ; ,-, _

l1tbe Prd ieDt of theern and Western disTerritoryCol played out, and never'did the hump-backed JJ:7\Ve are authorised: announceS. ,. v. that of lace Tallahaisec.the and iu vicinity that he trill t4 --
sa j> about first of June, ? _
Gloster to When U. DlJVAL, Candidate to spend a
White speaks of them in appear a greater advantage. Fsqr, is a to represent. short time in practicing:his profession. 'He' trifl .'
Leon in the next Cotmcil. STO'BEltGE.H per. ..
VU d this the cuitain fell and Richard was congratulated County Legislative form every operajon intItRfed :in Dm Swr -

tcr3 w hkh= commendation.__-. by his Thespian brethren on, the effect he *._>" ",, E arc authorized. to' announcc'GKO. '1 to 'hisoW-ware-house the Atificial Teeth of the best kind inserted in any manner .. .' _
had he answered his WARD, Esq. a candidate to Lef''Cllf'1'' .IN'adtlition required and any number., The natural filed *,
that a new coalition is about to be for- produced, lifting up represent r erected''spacious buildup SeAled set : '
recently -
runOl"Cd or cleansed and
is in the next Legislative Council. plngfeetij ,
rendering them
It hands :_h Is it not 'stonishing dat do beopble and .
80 by 28 feet, for receiving cotton goods* beatiturul and sound, old roots fon
Fr3.flC 4 or. and
cd ba'it laugh at de tragedy in dis gountry But dat .r.r: WE are autnonzca iaii..:,,ur.'c TIMOTHY M'C ARTY. I ed teeth extracted with caution and skiU.% All deseM-
DElt MAt fiN, Esq. a candidate rcptestn. ..:aj- St. \fark,' December fib( 1831 19tfsraaaoa of dueaed case* --
: treated
for the
is gvn
the New Orleans Louisiana Adverti- de fault of Monsieur hakapeaie, no isvn and Hamilton Counties in the next LeCouiiciL risla'- upon mast scientific pmilciples. '
From the ac- writing i ish. !1" The play was ;t -
following pettare
inst. we copy py gar am.tn'J gg.
the 10th .. Superior Dlnlri tot'the leah n4M. furnihe.i
Ifr and of Ameri- repeated with the same cast, for several suc- to the
detention suffering .. -'lllauJ. the Es patients.
j0f ie :t..f vE aru .1 >r sr'd'to announce mCDW. ALL pct< .nbav'lI'y; dtainsl
coast rtiizensin prison at Anflhuac, Mexico. ceeding nights, meeting always with the same mw'aa lWAtti1' of Jonathan Thomas decM, late of Gads- From Da. CoitreaT's seientifie knowledge .ando.. .

caD case demanding the immedi- approbation. Esq. a candidate LU rcprenL ilen County, are hereby requested to present the sameto fessional experience, he believes he will be able u. 'Co"> _
I. ms to be a iadJ.U: .t; y i.ithe next L.egiilativeConn- tho.Executor, legally authenticated within the time der. general.satisfaction to those whomay feel di-txxi- c ,
Interposition i of our Government. cil. 41 tf. prescribed by law,-They will otherwise be barred of > i employ him. .

From tke Louisiana Jdtertiser. We extract the following statement of the A BARGAIN. recovery. And all those indebted to said estate are N. B.-His materials are of die best kind. '-

caefinjc last winter, the American schr. progress of the Charleston Rail ttoad from the requested to make immediateayment. May 15, 132. 39 ttTrfE

/ chartered by the :Mexican late report : : i-tAi 'ufJcnOel' \ IiI! sell BANKS MSACHAif, Executor. I CBTTIi1V; .
govern- \
ladsJcn June 5 1332. 42 :
i if.
was : Cou.uy, ,
TopaZ the purpose of tiansporting some "About thirteen hundred hands are engagedin &fl'::: the Store-house and lot on the curner SUBSCRIBER

tfor the operations of the road, beside whom, the and Appalachic streets. Ili i said fiTKT respectfully informs the Cic.
Anahuac du-
to J. EALENII.ij
JL| from Matamoras ; (?. Georgia and Florida that he has commcifr-
( budincfu
to "I' est itand or u the ; of
own Mug-
on'lhe Engines aid cars'uscd ced the madur\cturp _
employs ofCO.TTOJr'GIf8
Mate both company
7tbe passage the Captain and ( D.lin, ut ng situated in the ceulnr of the Town aud at .>>t received by late arrv '
murdered, and some on the section completed near town, and the jtmcti.itj of some or the "
taencan troops) were principal roaiis leading totho ,. ork. _
three thousand dollars of the Capt:1 u'S in the workshops of the Depositor, ahouigap place and within a 'tew steps of ihe market. This at his shop in Decatur County, Georgia, hear .- :

1(0 or The crow of the vessel hundred more. On account of the extreme properttogether with som appendages which if r y Sandborn's Store near the Florida line. .

gonCJ appeared. difficulty aad expensiveness of occasional hiring qui.d will! l Itt included with it j will b" sold! a bar 2000 Pair Necro sho ,. He offers for Sale,at low prices a number of C Moa '
con.Wed.1 0.:some six or eight men-the num- gain applied for soon It n.ed ely be borno in mind o- u Brogans, Gins which he warrant to be good ofqua1ity &welt fin -
Lofcovernment troops 80 to 100, or pcr- the Board judges it proper to purcha a the e.-tiinate: : 20,000 Bales: of COlloQ to bo shipped 500 PiccCNegrr. Cotton Fustains ished-His Gins mat be returned -when riot approved
certain number oflaborers, and the Company from thit poit. next season .aud the 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and Satinets, of on trial-Those desirous of ,.
The tale ti,ld by the troops was, present appearance 100 Do. df Point Blankets, purchasing would do _
more. of the wiucn well call .
haps better
sixtc crops nevervas justifies the calculation on me.Lettcis
murdered the now own n., 100 Do. Ross & DufEle do. :
and mate captainfor
that the crew wiihin ,)to satisfy liiebtui .esa man that iis is the favorable addressed to the Subscriber at \nbridVe\ .
The whole of the road 20 Bales
ft his money, and that thy then shot the length junct .re to make invt'iirnentg in this town. The Domestic Sheetings & Shirtings &c. Geo. or Tallahassee, Florida,will he punctually'ntten;
feet of thc bridge at Augusta, is under con i U 3. feet 15 Dozen Wool Hats ""wW
A more improbable tale-a greater Building long by 34 feet wide one and a half 500 to JOHN WATSON. :
mate. was propogated. Yettjeeomrnandcrat tract and actual execution, alt'the doubts and stories high it id a frame 'onilding. ceiled, with conn- 150 Pieces Do. Scotch Stripe& ?lad Domestics, 'yv9'; 1 1g..4n; ;' _
terd, slielven, nud other fixtures with Baginp. $ ITOm(1Tttvatov5'
most of the difficulties have been surmounted. a conn/ing room
Anahuac, Bradbnrn, found in i lie rear It has a setting room above with a fireplace -.A MQ.- otftt. I I I

itconvenient to b'-licvc it. Tho government : aud a large Bedroom. This building i is weil adapted From New-Orlean., by the Schooner _

Jorntber be) then being in want of t a vessel', Of this 94 miles have the piles driven, to a general bu.iness, wholesale and ret til fUI NATIVE ALLennns having demands arramst the Estate .
which it has been d for the 3 Harrison, late of Jefferson County
82 \\hiehare capped, ns; years.it has been built.It J
b iearcorJiapiy east thc sailors into prison, and iso B'ols. WHISKEY d-'d Will; take notice that unless
: indcta bed sections with iron stands on a Lot 50 feet by iOO. fronting on broad fit. they.are presented:
vessel forf( itur This 23 are already 50 Half do. old "v .t,- ,f J-mp
seized upon thf' as a ( which at present hI the mai'i: busme street do next, they will be f('reccr -
trutla! "\\ielJill tho truncheon with one on for running the cars." Persons desirous of purchasing will please call and 100 Bbls Superfine Ne* Wheat FLOUR, r : M. ROBT r>N, Admhiis'rator.

Bin and picking: thc pocket wlh the <;thtr.' The Boarc believe that the road will! be available examine for themselves. Fcr the information of those 100 Coil BALE ROPE _May 1st 383 37 6w. ; IAttach'rnent.
load, :
for the of intercourse between nt a distance who are nnxioax to locate in this section it 100 Pieces Heavy entucky BAGGING, '
Tbc murdering of the captain and mate, purposes 10,000 Lbs. ?.Iiddlin &Shoulders BJCOJV, .
be well to add that the belief of the tlassst
trMoxu-an troops, should lie iaqtiir.l into byirguerU.flttlt Charleston and Augusta by the 1st ot may observers is thu this town present is destined to be equally- 5 Hilda. Canvassed 7/tf.VS, Green lL.Oi....r.s v*.jBen} fj; '.IE Defendants iai .

; and th'. potty tyrant (Urad- January nnxt. It is the tirst road in America if not more healthy than .'aUabalisee.Fo. term apply 50 Boxes Kegs best Richmond T0B.5CC0, Chaires Executor, and BVM{(" this suit will take t

: 'arc'ho.hl uch 011 ..hich the Mat 1 has been transported on- to L. .. BURNE'r & Cu. 20 Do, Porter and ALE, sy Floyd' Executrix Dan| tic that application '
sum) had better be \ j c..rnmit.s > l'his accommodation of tho mail &c. i is Magnolia, Jane Iv'th 183243 tf. 10 f\unolJins' & Cos. AXES, vis Floyd deceased, James i will be made to the Su
of and ,sion. extended S.Lmn Elizabeth
dlsnaceful acts tyranny Ojtpre --- 100 BAGS SIlO?. and Linn j perior Court of Leon

Ittbut n short distance front thc SaLiuc to.nahuc in u few days as far aa ,"Summcrville. NOTICE! late Elizabeth Floyd, Cbs,. ,}County,at the next Oci -

and ot: not think it Augusta Courier. Persons indebted to the subscriber are respect- Floyd,RrJ>:?FTon'',Gn.ri- oher term,to foreclose")
us necessary -
some may THE Bank of West Florida will be closed nt Ma- fully requested to call and settle their accounts el Foyd.Thorms! C Davis f J\' mortgage enrenby Davis
to trouble government w th tlit* re. : tnis day. preparatory'; to its emovui to Ap- either by note or otherwise. t; Milo] R.Davis. Floyd.to Henry ALBraekeuridge

drftsinj: uftbWrnflS thato insignificant( a GOLD AND SILVER COINS.We palachicola at which place it will be open on the 15th FREDERICK TOWLE. ind 8OIChe.ia.j I t-n tho

per-onagea.s Brulhurn; ma commit the do tbt whether it was stated with suffictf of this month. January 17th 1332. 22tf.I1dministrators' Floyd deceased west halfof tlic Northwest -

Rljation 'the ot die sailors i is distressing in the time By order of the Board. quarter section nin y, township rne. ran e one, 1
ot truly distinctness
nt our report at Til BERTRAM. Cashier south and east and the east: half of the ,North East
-pent up in a *mall room, with 60 or SO that, on the 7th of this month the following June 2d 1332. 43 It. Notice. quarter of section efcht,township one, range one south

convirls, (one of thorn half deAd with til' scur' Resolution pa sed the House ef Representatives LETTERS Administration having been grant- and east, siid land l lyins in the County of Len nditory ;
I Territory: of Florida, ft-. subscriber, upon the eatate of SamulJarrett T.- of FWio OEO. WALKEItFlsf'sAu'j..
sod denied the kindnes of the ;
'1)) j Chancery. dec'dj-Notice is hereby given to all persons May 22,1832-40-tOrr. r
citizens of Anahuac, by the commandant I .'R....olved, That the Committee on Coins .efforon County. 5 having demands against the estate, to present them -_. -

Bradburu. They must there rtvnain until it I instructed to cnqure into the expediency of B' FORE his Honor Jhomas Rnndall, Jud/e of duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by Notice. "

mils his them trial. lie Superior Court for the Middle District of law ; told to those indebted, to make payment without -
convenience to bring to authorizing in coin for bull-
I prompt payment ,
Florida, May Term 1832.I.Od.1Wi..k delay. C. H. DuPONl Adm'r. SIX weeks after date application' will beTmade to
They will then have to cnromitrr ihe murdererthera ion delivered at the mint, requiring a 'seignor- StnnJff/in... Jnrnb. I i With the will annexed. Conniy Court of Gadsdcn County, lor lettew
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clves as yitnesses, an,.; for' a Ju-Jge: age not nxcee.dinu the expense of coining, and Pyburn and Di--r--ama his wife, "JT appearingwho G.nd&dcn Co., Florida Ap 'l 1Hi( f8'3& 34 Jhr, of Administration on the estate William. HoUomaa.

injanthat "iIlmcr a Ix-avv responsibility if making gold a tender in large. and silver a legal vas Didama Stapleton, un a11ih\Vit --- late of said County. dec'd. ,

iexloof not convict them. Circum>tances i iHe tender in small payments only, or the reverse William Stapleton John M. tC 10 the satistac- NOTICE. DAVID HOLLOMAN. :
Shl\nnonRl1d Amelia his wife, : lion of the court May 1st 1832. ,37 ._. ;f. I L
those ('al1lfJudly for the immediate inter-i ; and that the said committee do further who was Amelia Staplftonthat Harrison '..-' ",. fi- er the --- -"

fereoce of our government. We highly recommend enquire, and report whether any, & nd what evils Job Stapleton, Seaborn Sta- S' H. Lothrop, & T.-ECrt-p-, n2i 2l < ii, was Administrator's 8al& I )

the proposed mooting of the citizens or inconveniences result from the currency pleutn, and Zeno Zenathan, Lov'tl\I.Jamcs dissolved by mutual '.-:b.U, on .;'* 20.it of April W'lLL BE SOLD at pubic outcry I 1: 1

tfCrazoria. It vii) be highly creditable tote of bank noto of -mall denomination, and and Serenzo Minor, children Defendants, in last. EDWARD ELLIS H. KLEIN.BUfcLL, the residence of the late Edward Sim- c

=, and will hhow that they have not forgotten \ bat are the appropiiat*. remedies; whether it IIC'Vm.and who Stapleton sue by ,their deceased next, s 5 'he are above out of Bill the, Magnolia, 5ihJnn' 1832. 42 4w. son the personal property of the deceased* and twn. I
the land that gave them birth. is practicable: und expedient to restrain their. friend and guardian William g Jurisdiction of The undersigned i is authorized to settle the business securities Negro i Terns,Credit-Notes and approve

AN AMERICAN CITIZEN.To Sapleton.-Complainants.: the Court. It i is of the late firm. E. KLEIN. required. Further particulars on day of
circulation by providing that the bills of such .4 sale; which wiU be ou Tuesday the tenth day of Juj
banks issue them shall not be received in vs: ordered on motion next
the People oj/.ustin's Colony. as John S'anleion, Lovit M. of Gco. Y.

It i ill stated by several individuals of unimfaclnble I payments to, or depo.-ites on account of the James, J. Harrison, H. LathVarner, Solicitor May 8. J832 THO 33Administrators' SIMSON, Adm'r.8\11

t United States, or by any other, and what rop.-Defendants. J for complain- ,
: veracitydirect from Anahuac, that ants, and the said defendants are hereby directed and
means, within the legitimate powers of Con- Notice.
4c sailors of thc American schooner Topaz, I required to appear and onswer the Complainants Bill ,

&*Cned at that place, on suspicion of having gress; and generally to enquire and t report "f Complaint on or before the 1st Monday in November ALL persons having claims against the estate5

tturderrd her captain are still in the mo t what further means arc requisite for the pur- after the date of this order, or that in default of the fate Adaai Crawford deceased, are required -

;$i confinement and ,in the most rij i pose e.f preserving an adequate supply of gold thereof the complainants. Bill be taken pro confesso to present them duly authenticated within the .

deplorable and silver coin!> in use, and increasing the specie against them the said Defendants. Provided a coPyof A.UCTION SALE--The subscriber having been time prescribed by law, or they will be forever ;
They arc pent up, in a soiall room circulation] of the { And also to this order shall be inserted in one of the public ..appointedauctioneer for Leort _County, gives: notice barred. Those indebted in said estate are requested :
flhGOor 80 convicts-One of them is half! News-papers, printed at Tallahassee, and published that he will attend in Tallahassee etery day to to make immediate payment. .

dead ,ith the The citizens of An enquire iuto the expediency of making silver therein, once a week for four month. Which is accordingly make such sales as may be desired. Regular sale days, ANDREW YOUNG, Ad'mr.'

have kirdly scurvy.ofcred] them medical aid I the only legal te idci, and of coinage and issuing so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.A tuesdays and ft iilays on which days it is wished, all Jacfcsort County, April 17th J83 35-tf -

and I Iad gold coins of fixed weight of fineness which Irue Copy sales may be.fixed, if practicable. In my absence application -
fre';h but the rommandan W. H. MATHERS, Jr. Clerk.
provisions- can be made to P. ULMOKE, city marshal. Administrators' Notice.to.
shall be received in ol all debts to the
payment June !5th 1832. 42 4m. '
refused to let them have either. It is ev1Btthdtilthe The subscriber will attend administrators or other sales
t I United States at such rates as may be fixed ni the county, ou reasonable notice. ALL persons indebted to tne. estate of Aaron 4

.JJ e unfortunate baing s were pal- from time to time, but shall not be otherwise a Medical ; Goods und articles or sale, will be received at all Bannister deceased, are requested to'make:payment '

guilty-naj, if they were ..convico legal tender.] cixtta m.imC times, at the aution room next door to Willis& Ran- immediately. And all time who' 'nave demands .

SDeb treatment would be contrary to the and the dolph's Drug t.tore. against the Estate are requested to present .
leave' inform his: friennd public
The body of this resolution was moved by .
?*of all civilized nations, and revolting to I BEGS that ,he has just returned from the 'JOHN "ESTCOrt, them duty authenticated. within the tim
*!* Mr. Wilde; of Georgia: the part with brackets, Feb. 21st 1832. tItur'iloneer. prescribed by law. HARDY VICKERS.
I nd
7 Principle of humanity. If they were no'th, (whither lie was necessitated to 50,) now
*lib Arabs, to be I at the close of it, w.s added by way of amendment holds himself ready to attend all professional calls.- ,- Administrator.
our sympathies ought
JJ tited for them. c.tijtens of the I on.motion of Mr. Ve.rplanck of New- Ills office is the one formerly occupied :Dr.-Akin.Tallahassee. JOSEJdt LADD.IF Tallahassee, April 17th 1332. 35-tf. '
They are June 5th 41 tf.
las? -
his amend
York. That in offering
Wwnmcnt this world under I, gentle man, .- l -Vj
in ( wh ch :: : DOCTOR'S WILLIS & RANDOLPH
11I111 of menl, stated that it offered as he thought the ldU I I :
ut drew our first breath and makes ]
) associated
themselves in the
which could the wedes
only plan, secure advantagesboth 1 : r&I3 iron (ItSWnaw.JU
Now these things The WEB.8TER practice of MEDICINE otTer their
his stronger. of a gold and silver currency combined ,4qj SchrDANIEL 6 Crates Crockery Ware, professional
; &n in Texas, our silence 'n the sub- with which the fluctuating relative __ 1 ,is expected from Appalachicofci (u 100 Cast Iron Ploughs, services to the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity -
M,1i1 cause it to go abroad that the ColSilftUoD *- uniformity which) place she has gone for freight) about I 50 Bbls. Pork'(Mess clear and prime,) x heir office is on the N. E.corner of the

-* or connive at such 'barbarous value 01! the two metals prevents, when both -thc 10th i inst. She'will proceed to Nt.W. 10 Hhds. ,BACON, CapiUlSquare January 34 183?. 20t .

tUqt._ are made (1-'gal tenders at a fixed and unchanging YORK, for passage only enquire of 50 Bbls. Fresh FLOUR .

Knouing that such a report would proportion. The fixing upon* one metalas JOSEPH LADD. : 50 Bhls. WHISKEY, Leon Superior Court. ;
paslaud. rous, we feel disposed to 50 Bbls. N. E. RUM
prow Magnolia, June SIS 2 42. ,
it the sol<* standard to regulate contracts _. _ 10 I JAMES OQILVIE & S I .
Tierce Cheese
e'rcu'al'"n ,
'I ofthe by recommending a mee- I seem to promise security upon lorg contracts Be it ordained by the Toten,Commufianrr'/r the : 30 Bbts. MACKEREL, 'i' JACOB KLEIN, 1 l .. -

& ; citizens to rai*=e a subscription, and and mak's that metal (commerce and convenience TmcnofQuincy, Tha from and after the passage of 3 Bales Osnaburghs, IorlD: -.. .
"ribt the a.inunt raided in the hands ofnome done the basis of this act, there shall be assessed, and collected, an annual 30 Dozen Bottled Cider -. ED KLEIN, J

ttt-zr.r. of Anahuac, for tne purpose of have already )) our Tax-of'one dollar.on each and every unimproved Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk, : ALL persons are requested to take notice that tlIe

these Tetchrd and be- circulation. The regulation by Congress of lot adjoining the strcctsimrnediately arrouni the pub- WIJTES; oe various kinds, cause has been commenced by a writ of ;
suffering the value at which a pure and unchanged gold lie square,,and the sum of fifty cents upon each and Fresh OLIVE OIL, attachment B. F. COOPER. -

t.itJa medical all and healthy provisions. coinage shall be received at the Treasury every'other uniraprpveti lot within the Corporate limits BUTTER f l/itv3l/A% A fi wf Ji/lJJj T T CT My 15, 1832. _H 30 6w.

_. \\A refused, wean then take such ; of tht.Town aforesaid. M. BLUE, Lard Butler, "
4'tep &n may seem properThe (founded of course on the average market PASSED; April 5th 193!. .V.pJtrtde of Police.Qnrntsy And an addjjQnt\1l1upply ofWhich : MEDICAL. .

.t the. United goof price ( uoJd bullion) gives an authoritive declaration ; June 5th 1832. 41 3t. UIBID1ICDUi1 =a
States of the -
'i- tinte | of if* temporary worth to the people, with nulermtr,i&n-rtm-ut, ate offered ex The undersigned hare formed. a partnership
or doubtless interfere-but tho op- j a> well as secure: it a real value for the time, J. G ft.. H.. -Samlen-' tremely Irrtr for XJSHr; CO2TOV or HIDES.MagnotiaApril Under the firm of (3REWS'&-TRIPPJ3, for the

governments are too slow for theirCOndittnn. .j would 3d 1832.35 tf.NewStore praf.tice of the different, branches of the science
so that American gold coin probablypass ,-. .
; .J-
I If t; on arriving at Anahu- .' ", \ ---- -- medicine. They lave: on bind an ,extensive, -
that value instead of being, like foreign ,
I at .
6td Our information. incorrect, we ran coin under the control of the broker.- ail. '. in'Qiiiotr.T'iti auppjy'of fresh medicines- which they willrdispoeo

II : our subscriptions and no l.ajra Nat. Int. -.. ., Sub* iicrs beg leave'jo-iiifrrai tb citizens of of on liberal terms. -.Their office is in Webbvillc. : -
AI.uuo.. But of the truth of the aboc. I : [ .Have Just receiveiandibffef for Sale. d n County add its ricinity that they have Jackson' County. H, RTJCREWS l-
IDe opened a store in b1'w.1'.here wilValways be UENBYTRIPPE.Webbrflle .
ir .
the re.pectability account of the individual' who The Peak of Teneriffe.- The summit on I SO''BarTe11tEiHFAon' found- a,good assortraent of Seasonable Goods ftuch'as .Apntitttf I'RA' ?.. J _551_ -. .
t' no doubts can be entertainAoecdote fcHer' :3i. 8Ag'Oyz; 'DRV-GOODS'GROCE1UESi |
this M. Bcrtbelott in a to a
peak (says : 50Darrcls.: ?rimiid fleu PQRK', HARDWABE,1CTJTLERY. .J OSBP-H I1ADD.i
friend written during a recent%iaiQ' present .; :6000 Lbs:.Bacon'.(iniddlii .c shoulders. a11Uiiii CROCKERIES <-'GLASS-WARE, ITtfAS received :

a cavity about 600 feet in'diameter,and 120 ,) SADDLES, BRIW-ES, fee.'&cv pe- Scb iCP, 'C .

A y6nng S pre- in breadth. The edges of ibJa'crater. re-go .. 100, Barrels. NJ1WJIUM, The wholaofwhi li,wiUlie-BoldAs cheap asDbe' they iOftI0TiettesflIC' ; ... ,. .-, .,> ."
WD1lelf to the of'a theatre in ing to:decay; itbottom 1sc: I'witti a red. S3.no'Ii- 'American GIN t-9 '* nircbafedtlut'fair from Navigation. They.invite 25 JJUNtfLES HAY. -S .- "
m&itger' : ilN'.: OLD ;WIIISKY, thco frietidand the ftub&eneaty1o: aU and ;-
:'(our di.h" lippeiy.heatedmUbt2flceb2Ch appears : '100 Pieces 8eotdi-'Kenid.1'B :;' : olidt -, > Bales caN1iEGua
priacirai cities : ;Judp.b'tePolya. :'iltay-retpteUUIly a
,. ,wished ,. : I Magndia, 1st 'ftt
.u.aI'e. -i1
May :
'," : .
bto of SO.KegsbewRirfnnend-TO
. to contain a cbouiih! a ,'* portion of OkepubKcpatrora t, TAYLOR:&.KLEIN. :

tDo actor. njwwger,being aSflt oxide of iron.; This specie x>f volcanic paste' .. .. ,.iO.; Bes' $ do,}_ .cttf i4 ..-- I r 'QuiicyA 3d.."I8S". -,t'w') .....k-'* tC- iTas.JOT-,West .t Z .t 4_'
i 'J. :
tbg.gcd' J II ., 831.. ___ ;.N. -Tbstow-t: ,and. OlMlB1UON'BUBl"i1t -
him to plat Richard ilL hardens qui Uponrerodfal- In aom spats .. $' : fonned a IiwiruttdiiI'l443i.. 'J'.".- .
f -. ., $ _carried. ca as tuaal at Su,'M. HAVE
-I he 'and l lens \ AifAi 'r-. :--tt '- -4' It-oOI.. ., Jfti faTal!_ ,<.
did with is substance which U wbke dpugb- : I' ,. ..-,. : Ddof :
unbounded applause! the ,. .,', ",. -y; : '; -
the latter West Pc4iK AppalftehicoU: flr tncu'tzu.edto
I .i : f-r.- ,. ,' at, _
6 analedyi4lda ,opfeate; .'.. r" 1 1 1t .L"-
and '
dlg'' :
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. ;D chmrraed with ibenoreltybf"On K upon nmmoait."'-.UerieatK tbeso m40 .C" 0' . r nP.Cut.J4f"vJ 'DAN JLLSJF: aDNg.Jn t,' '.' in any of th6kfTVIOJsWXf*. ._. .
combinatiw "
in --j.' t- 'j ,. wthcadJoiQin Cound ci "
hI .1 ICif 1 Georfiaor Mat. .t
iI nrn 'van"
tepthei0. ipp r layers of white dmtlubst eesi-tWW.U I T_ \';,i ountry. -- '. -.Jo.> .; : 4Ld Cto .to tb Oflkia .. be.lSttItJfl. .fd 4U.7 lS:1.- ,, ," .


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I NOTICE.. ......: J : K ?$ .. .t\-. t 1

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IfVTin Com..1- arr under an act o :, 1 !! 1
JL the Lit ;islatrre mal far the Leon firLe I
Ruad, hereby Mitt notice,that the Books flfSnbseriptioo I ."0 .STILL... h1tE
far said Rnad, will be opened at the TVeaaory I. :_; .. -' ,

office in the Capitol on Monday the 21st of Maj
next. -





I _r-Tallahasse-, -May 1st, I&"t.37- .tgvuitf } III MADE and sold wholesale and Re- l large and<.the prMk .iag dIe"at k kas. .S.dioaa .

JM. C Uentoa ( asa te
ttn eoeatr.' by Capi1cI8@rc.fi:1f.
:jpLotitr.flXHEaQdcrsinedhave .
concerned i is UM Paten with Dr.. Jadba, -. .s
r The above Oinz neat ia offered to the pab&e aa a repair,wifl be ready fir Lire reerptja*.f

been appoinled Trtsstee saw and certain reraedj far those .w..Ie 1C1e' IS 011 the IJtJa rash .

JL for.the benefit of all the creditor JobnLaodaa- k IOIDe or wI hate ID IotI&baiBedtheakifl of medical JOHN w. .

..; man They are desirous of settling the soeeaa.1d r
'J cooo as possible, and to II mol they request aD the \Vkite SwtlJrnp every.. New stone on the SL"'nnD

.:or .. *. eVfcdhors to present their dams'a soon as practicable, 2d Sore Leg and Ulcers tag. &. : o (Ek&Efo
I ': And those indebted requested to liquidate or par 3d Schirrmsor Glandular .,. particularly .
their account C. C. WILLIAMS, ) tbooe hardened tamoors ia women's breasts winch uftea- I WlLJb open a new store at .:

4- Wm. WILLIAMS, VTnaUea, me.1enD.inm ia ulcerated cancers. of the Sowannee aDd W-

{ ff' Gen E. DELIS.r > 4th Felons or wnat sorpeople kaow by the name Rivers about the first of May next, far the 2*'

r April 10th 1ES2. *4 11 of Catarrhs. of every description.5th receiving and forwarding,sac p'tr' asaudp6"
Rbesmatie Farasof the joint supplying tbe adjacent eocalrjr with CMos/Tru

f FRESH DRUGS & MEDICINES. 1 6th Sprains ad Braises of erery description or ia tend erecting a store and w ar+r-lioosr, asd rWw": '
Just received and complete 3S9OI1meDt whatever part sttaate. Poll Boat between that point and the towS +t
a largr
'' I 7th Tetters of all kinds. In the lia, goods or cotton purchased at etcher '
; of fresli drag* and medicines which will be sold, dmeorapbiftt. patient "
Sp' forwarded them
ia the Ointment by reasonable
applying most keep part freigM,
trtiolcsale or retail, low for cash by oat of wafer purchase cotton,b'hides and deer skins
a au. ,
JOSEPH LADD, DruggW 8th Chilblains, or parts affected by fro**. constantly on rand an expensive assortment of I

Magooli. January 17th tf ...... -.-. It u also one of the best remedies tor Barn and all descriptions, such as Frmsinns, gL1 p
-. Scald It eases the pain and draws the fire oat in a and Hallow ware, Endish and A"T x-

.' FRESH GOODS. abort time.For Tin-ware, *and Diedic+ncsIiats,Sao Wa?

{ i .... Inflamed Women's Breasts, and Glaadalar, C.m\.frv and CI&8S>."cc,c aft, lien,S&edN ?*
Mardi 13th
Swellings, itiss.penortoaayt .ediciaeyet know. to 1834. .
" r 10 half Barrel Buckwheat FLOUR, the medical faculty It. is mach safer thau mercanaiapplications &t

c 20" "Fly U nuirket Family BEEF, 'l'Ie! 'U&.d i.' .1 ua. "Je; t.1 1 v.uu"the ght Orn;) >ripryftf, S;, for (as it does not con tail, the nit,:JesaJemof -NEWsfuRE-

): 5" Beef TONGUES Jic: : .en. -ry ir.:ui a, .:0. t. .OD.* Ccaatv> ,who is folly authorised i. f-tuu :IKJ .. any proportion of that material I.) because ado* ,
use: vend cth
to *
if:,, 5 Kit, sounds! and Tuea r. t u be used,ry jmjin'vement in ad emuny, for the term of the Patent being fourteen from the not lay the patient liable to injery .from expose to IN TALLAHASSEET
J: 1 0 Ke-s CJoBhen BUTTER, Y2 o .jay of Deetnii 1 rd. years cold.

.. { >a: 1 0 u Boxes Fresh" Bunch Raisins, 1 ln st can take an mterut in making Item may s..e the Sal!in complete operation on the Farm of Co,. This i Ointment has cared ors of many year* stand fMTHE JL L.b Subscriber Y.AI1.I8'TF.AD; bas taken the ---niWr

h 't i ; 10 ", fame .. *ort of Jackson Crony,on(hip J. aid at the Sugar Farm of P. \i .Giutier in he same Xe hborbood', rasa Where ii is iicMwibe] or imprudent to heal the a large and ceneralasanruneat of, 4-co. u4 is.. .
:. j S LA:$ Brown 11r.U .utier has used hits diill taro G.SJUs. Gentlemen taking an interest in the external sore in couse ,;', t 10 Casks Cheese, ,* t>r rati:i -'.\1 examine fur ihemseiv- *. Distilling BusmWill can.as or roUen. h will stop,the progress of the can es. GROCERIES, ,t'

It J' 2 Boxes Pine Apple Cheese. a .-c ti.t ILL i increase the quantity ot the
> ; *:: -.1 discharge, remove the oA j LIQUORS
,I' i?t; F: r# Received per cloop Splendid and for sale by fensive meii. and ease the pain.It ,
J '!LM) G. BURGESS.Tallahassee I
t 1 the Felons DRY-GOODS.
it i' l r cares worst or Whitlow on an app -
December 13th 831. lit Natlfffld
&A hnnr which
I azton; are the followia articles'
,: .L ta tir 'it -II'.S'. AUCTION. Rheumatism* w.ich haTe stood so long a*to become Double refined Loaf Ha vanna superior,

[ l'.' !!, ., NOTICE.ALL guJalL a systematic disorder, reqaires medicine to be taken i inwardly Very clean,Xew Orleans ditto Brows Tfr&r

: V received to remove them entirely. Bat in mot Coffee, Havana Green Satfc.
A common> fiat
persons havinc c.."-" .Z;f .inst the estate : -i d T inu.iJarl.$ qnafa j.Yoong /
nf John Y Garey decU. rnq-ested in present .tc* xixi Iwr- rfeaas, a general ws&.s-.men. 1 WILL sell en Friday the 15th day of June, at the it case icy applying this Ointment externally a* directed Hyson, Imperial sade
Auction Room I will give relief And evn in old Poodcel
i indehe GROCERIES, DRY- ,a general assortment of FURNI people *
: them to the subscriber au i i Me H
{ ; imrnf'dht" GOOIiS, HARDWARE, SHOES, TURE Viz: I I pains have been of longer standing, it will ease th FRESH TEAS.
( said estate are required t--? mike pay. .
':' f dent A GARE1 READY IADf. tTLOTHING, PAINTS, Sideboards Bureaus Tables Chairs I pain.To (Ajax C:)
TANXfcRfc & SPER.V OIL KENTUCKY sea captains and masters of vessel this ointment
tll, I 1-our Ebless
It :f Administratrix. A of TIN >. mast be valuable ia winter Pork in'.
I tf SCOTCH BAGGING, nuanti.y ARE and CARPENTER'S very on oar eo* t it beingver7 Markertl!.! in whole
ti I ;; .; 3&-tf'EOTIOETO certain in its effects Chilblaia and qoarter do
April 17tt. AND BALE ROPE TOC LS, $c. on or parts affected Mess do. for, in
Together with many other necessary articles which Also -Most of the Irons belonging! to a Saw Mill. with frost likewise preserves its qualities in ail climates Fre hLeaf very Lard Gosh gaartertla n Batter
: ; '.'\' offer oil moderate terms to ihetr customers and JNO. Fresh Charleston Rice
J' ubha their A large mass of testimony proving the value of this ,a B
J11. .e at stores at St. Marks Tallahassee. Slav 29 41 tds. Sperm Candles winter
} PURCHASERS May 25th 1S32. 41 tCJ N. B. I have most excellent medicine wiU be shewn to those who strained Sperm 01
i"Ir" at private sale and elegant GIG-A mh further information Sweet OH, 1ewTorkdr.edLiTerp"lOl Beef
-- -- ) on application to Dr Hei-
ti noticc.that i w.'trv Horse 11"111 be taken. f Yt'hlllnopp_. .. fine blown Salt for table
a -- -- -- ton, nf his
i THE undersicnra hereby gns NEW-BOOKS. or to any authorized agents. Richmond nse.

ccmln LOT iu Talbhasse, upon which the Valuable Property for fale. The above medicine raid by special appointment nf Spanish and 5rst half uabty chewing Tobacco,
Court house U> i RECEIVED .. .;s UilicROtn} of the patentee and warranted Spanish eara.
II"vj! \ proTerty-lliat the title; { in fee is in lam an1h rtisinry,-Seaward Narrative,-Aionres* life ot A Plantation COI B, PERKI 3. DJtcoc lJT. .ith a ,f others F's, "Prunes, Alias,

"" never been parted with to any person wnatc. ige-ald,-..ioores Byron,-Evelina,-Memr.irs (A ing of 640 acres, first 1sta'i Tallaha e. February 24th 1831, 27tf. variety c tompnsing Teiy article-lad lI
4 : ..it impress Josephine,-Court and of GROCERY
n cautioned Camp Napofc0n yin 3 miles above R LINE.
,- All against purchasin -
i persons ,-Palestine or the Holy Land,-Lives and voyages i in Jackson County DR. HU T. P; I or
oreiga acd Domestic
t:.e same, or removing 1te reform any fixtures of early XaviritTS.Jl .- 1.- G'Hi'.ti or a'mA1r I Liquors,
: raxon, Esq. 250 mmi1Q
acres of which has bctu irnlla>r Holland Gin, as impt
; of made ItaKethemfor rted.
; 1Vh'ltP\'er, under penalty being iclt.ared five 1 llie use of Dr. Hunter* iue.auWe eoontrr iI1.
general assortment SchoolBooks lour or likewise : cats
of years; the Plantation GcnuneEordeanxBrudy I
in Uw. This notice is ovens the 1.mile. from Webbville, forerly owned by Hon. James .It sons of either sex. if they carefoliy!! follow teevery Jamaica Spirits, Kew do. do. r.a.-cLr.
tees of John Laudaman have thought' proper Stationery, 1ti ebb, consisting of about 450 acres, 100 cleared valuable plan. and copioo Directions accom flr3rectifidAi -ahelawlusk Rum

to advertise the Bald lot flit sale as Its prop- Cutlary. oret rate land and has been planted in Cane on? panyiog them ere enabled effectually tu eradicate a W __33&3pf* cicl? Madeira on draft e3', c aaa.
HARD VICKERS. Likewise the following year CERTAIN; DI .":. and to restore lost LeaIth in botfe
improvements :
in Claret
crty. the Malaga oo. dkto.
F. town of
Webbville:- with ease, safety, and certainty, in a few days. ,
i 33 OU 4th
: April 17th (S3.. --tf. proof Cogniar
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selection cf new :rwusic tor the Piano Foric and One O: The extensive sale and unexampled troy Brandy, years old in bain
1 fi .' F l1t.c. AU of ivbich will be add luw for cash or ap- two story frame Dwelling House 44 by 30 feet this Mediciae in this and other cities aud SQCC ands large ajsoruuent of HATS CAPS, BOOTS

"1' if i i"it iFireT'RANCE n urxrrt.t I ,, raTed credit..ILLIAJI \\ ILtiON.Tallahassee with One do. do. do. do. do. 48 by 30 fee, throvghoot the Union for the last fifteen priacipltowns Ladies- and Gentlemen's Shoes Ready nude doth '
",I 23 I53i. tt a double Piazza in front, now occupied as i i' JeaNd.rin r osistia; partly of Superfine Cloth Coats,
May 41 I|Public House. a which was satisfactorily prepared by Dr. Com sizes and coloors. Angola Frock ditto aarji
1f":\- against loss or damage by FIRE can 1 Frame dwelling House 42 way. ioeontesibiy prove that when wed with the (iii- Summer wear, and a fide artft
\ JE: Jected favorable THE TRUSTEES I of cane by 18, Piazza on both JEC : IU.'V POWDfcRS, it effect and youths boys coatees nail row
en the most terms on appia i i l t,sides very highly finished and beautifully situated. a thoromga !coats, cloth eaaimexe! and satoet Pantaloons
the Subscriber the Protection Insu- handmade speedy care of thatdieadfol disorder, denosninat dlbeScoarge ,M..
'' E ;f t ageutof t, my arrangements I Brick store GO by 30 feet, ; seUes sad Valencia Vests. A lew
by James .
r.... '. ',npany. Hartlbrd "lJCUl. ID"cry al'\ ; ;-.<.LL ;*> x.ad .n Ut Pt au dir:, have been authorised lto McKmnty. occupied JI of the Hanua Race. f ne black OsttiehFatbaG7pins pieces Imo lie

p'n the fair Cub value ofllie property must !K- \ say, tb;.: she will furnish Board,Washing and Lad;- 1 Frauc store 60 by 30 feet occupied ; The PJLL3 are accompanied, when the case requires <$:d Qjro post Paper--One box ofdr +etietltot.
,, 2i' ta and satisfactory evidence, furuishcdof the or'ftf ins, at the rate of eighty dollars per session oftenmonths. P. by MaraUatl: it. with the L EJ'ION POWDERS.andCERATE : n Paper, of latestaadmost urt French.

i= ', -s of the representation, and the cood moral .-"Ihe Tro..tttllould respectfully recommend E.1lis..ilLS 0_ : the constitute a most powerfal medicine frnapsand Stnbbs Japan Paste approved pIUmIj
& !y ti' i cb! iracterof the applicant. The solvency of" the Office, ht r to Parents, as a Lady with hom the manners 1 Frame pplicabe! to tbe virioos stages of tins Protean dnor- of other articles not Blackirc;ands wk'
>l and its airnesR and-' may be confidently re- aridtnaralrof heir children r.'ouldx; perfectly Stories high store 50 at the 30 beau of St. Andrctrs' Bar two i der. Fal!and plain direction s, with a popohtf trey e. will be sold low for Cash necessary to mention aQ w-ii'.

r ,t 9 f Jied on. E. B. PERKJ S. I 1 safe. They would further nice r.-r.ice that Mr. H. K. 1 Do. f by feet. explaining the various symptoms, and the mode of orapprored* papa
r ; Tallahassee. J.22. 1831. 27lf M'CLINTOCK is ilJ! ait'i !henJ! t/f ti,c iu ?iuti'm. tory 60 b) 28 feet..gLSO.. reatment, accompany each box. so that persons o f J A"S C.F.CCLE&

Board can also be c-btained one rulie from the Village either sex may cure tbrnwelves- :.Canna, Hides SkiDs and all coaatrjji

;, FOR NEW ORLEANS. at the same A S3.war.d Grist Mill on the River Econfina, 10) (Price of the Pills1 a box; the Injection Potrdenand dupurchased at the hi,bestmarket price '
f 1 I rntcs.VILLL- ; FORBES miles from the head of St. Andrews' Cerate 50 cents each.)
H E with
H s+ aiiinz! Schr. Bay,- a
t i JL UlQW NQi : Secretary try tfi R-ard of Truste111y dwelling bouse, Overseers house. Cart Rouses, Corn O"Prepared from the original Recipe in MS- of SELLING OFF ,LOW

t 21 I 1532. 41 6tBlounCs cribs) Smoke house, and negro houses. The saw the I late Dr. TV. T. COSTVAT, by his Immediate 3 FOR J. 8H.
: PETER !1. SIYJIM Mater mill is finished to and the Sole loccf
i ( s run a gang(; of 6 sciws, and a sine; cenor. Proprietor, T. KIDDER
+ Will run as a re iilar Packet l etwcen [ Steel halo Cotton Gins. saw, with a never failing1 stream of water sufficient from they may be had at his Counting Room inFl'3 -

+ bI iom',t." and New Orleans during the present senI' f T works doubly c ztensive,-there is likewise on the Chambers over No. 99, next door to J. MDDE : THE scriber, at his new store, corner of Jefi

-eights or Passages may be secured on application Subscriber ha. same quarter SVCUT., about 60 acres of good Ham- Drag Store corner of Court and Hanover Streets, and ltoril nc-stree;s, orTers for sale to then
II Geo. A. Phelps,& Co. at 1'i w.orleJn", or TIlE mi assortment.mock land partly elated.aawutcd near Concert Ball Boston and also b}- hl= appointment lie in general, handsome assortcunt of the foSJori
'\ ,:. T. Burtess, \SaT noLa. Dec. 21, 1S30. 18tf I Nin:a l lest Sell: Saw Colt'-n rains J The above property w-Il l be sold in such parcels (together with all tboee other valnabie ti named ar ws tt Ite 'fz

.. fizts, from 30 to 71 Saws,which will 1 1.e ,.-J a'$2 and may suit purchasers for cash, or credit, with satis- cines, as prepared by the late Dr. Coswiv. by DRY-GOOD
; CU IIITTED-'ro the Leonson. S2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first day ot January actnry security E. B. PERKI' 8. (:No. $.

n. s j:.. y alt ..n Ue 17ih nf April, 1832 asaRun- neat, to good reel Datable purchasers.6ENJA3HN. in For Webbrilic further particulars apply Charles A. Sew all i, DBCGCIST Silks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lstesttiaf,'1dr

+ n- ) .t N e r* .hn, who says his name is Dennis, and BYRD. or to me at Appalachicola Bay before Tallahassee, Ap 1831. n36t!! Sarcenet, Blue Green, Pink, and .J Tea ,
titamolia, bay 22. 1812. 41 tf July 1st and St. *
that he I b-i'.nrstn Jordan at Andrew.'Ba Observe that
Smith, Washington County y afterwards. none arc genuine without thew n Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin Silk Teft, ,
G.r.rpa, hei jl about 25 years of age, i feet 7 inches }jARS A.i.'S S L JOHN O. SE\V ALL. ten signature. T KIDDER,on the oatstde printed Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Forniinre, Calico? :
'I hi,ti hs: dress .s wane homespun pantaloons brovrnround Anpalachicola May 29, 153:. 41 6t. wrapper. Black Lasting,Bobinet and thread Irnhloe F

4 1, t'1 ; Jacket,while cotton shirt, and a black wool hat. By> Virtue of a writ of f fieri facias floss The and Columbus Enquirer will give the above 6 inser IIJ' A I largediscoaat to those who bay to sell again Sea Island Cotton Shining, Plain Laces and ;figured hneelt

s J ; The o*ner is requested to prove property,pay chargesand : out of the Superior Court of Leon County, will settle preset it. their bill to P. S. Morton., Esq. who DR. REI Swiss and Book Muslins,sLawIs, worked tqI
take hm, a..ay.JA3W..s in favor of the United Stairs vs.Buell& Klein and others and dresses,handkerchie&,Calicoes, Gin baaslu

i 1 BRYAN,Jr.Jailor. (on judgment for amount of duty bond) I will cz- Administrators' Sal mC\ 3 keens Brown Holland French Brown.Lnxa'fr'
.' $
r I -T. e.April 17, 1.332.l. p>* to aieon Friday the lothday of June 1833 at e. ODe 01 the most emcaciottseonwaodsia tbaTXRiA ). tore Dimity, fine Cloths Cassamers and Cavae

tt t })/ JOHN the Capitol Squan,.rallahussee, sundry goods viz : Notice is hereby given that Disease SIiDici, for the core of that class of inveterate white and Red Flannel Negro cloths ScouaaoJ+
.M.'LE.JtfORE.R produced by an
{ i Dry Gwds Hardware, Groceries Salt, Iron Hats, Sale of the personal blood. and vitiated impure state of the sia sheetinc, Osanborcs, &c.&c.IIAJiBWAltL.
of the a habit of
Ready Made Clothing &c. &c. Levied property late John body, and usually ibilinC
on as the Lines, will be mad
ESPECTFULLYinfonns at auction themselves ia the forms of Scrofula '
the on Saturday the Salt Rb
ci- ofd endanu. To be sold nun.
property between the hours 14th of
day July next at his bte St.
residence in the Leprosy Anthonv's Fire Fever Sores
Tallahassee and iu prescribed by lax con even when
s,. has la.It himself in i hit city. vicinity, that he THOS.ESTON RBNDOLPH tof Gadsdrn sonsisting of Slaves, Stock, farming ,. the bones are affected) White Swelling'(if applied A lathe and extensive asoroaent of Banfrtre isistinj .

'k I N. I). He maybe found at his office next door U.s.JJarsha! utensils, and household furniture. For all purchases with Dr.Jebb's Liniment,) Foal and obstinate'Ulcers l of Knives and Forkes, Pea Earns; Sf"s
to 1\1. D. F. 10 of
Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence May 29 41 Ids. amount will be ten dollars and under that sum, the sore legs and eyes scald bead in children,sentry anc Scissors,Razor; Lock;Asters,Ch isels,k-
I. star O! Adasas and Call streets. cor money required. at the time. For all sum above scorbutic boat Pimpled or CorbaneIed.Faces.festering : with a complete assortmemtoi"nzpwers'BOOTS&SHOI8 1'

s ;:i I Talk'oavee, March 6''h 1832. 183mv gAA l1tamn\IJ ten with dollars six months credit will be given, but euptions. and venerial taint throsioat tie body, ill I
I notes good endorsers will be which last the
case drops .eae
required. o when (
.''t fiORE NEW GOOD LARGE and complete assort- JONA. ROBINSON, Adm'r. fails. They are also the best Spring ani Aotomna meacar, I -> -

i' nu nl of"Fresh Drug and Medicines! ,just recei i Hay 29, 1SS2. 41 tf. physic to purify and cleanse tbe system Iran baaioora j A figs amt of Be

4; k, IONG th*great variety of goods received in fed from 2few \ ark and Baltimore for sale, wholesale DMUVISTAkTOR'S which frequently appear at these season of the mora trail NEW-YOBlt1'
A tins IiII
and retail.
( : City, this season, and which are offered Country Verchanta and Practitioners sup A. Notice. They also aid the process of digestion,and by lear'-1 _-
:1: !!j Huh Ultra will be found, at the low for plied on the most aacrwn. dsitia?terras.EDU All Persons haying claims or demands a ninst, the blood. prevent the secretion of malignant hr hrjnoors I'I JWm.
new store of aid 4 IUUPS I
the subCcriUr and those ann .
indebted to the of the _
I I. J \ estate of Edward long' The ''t
v'o.SLxchan-x SEIXAS. proprietor
Sunson Shoes Broea
>street, a choice lot of confidently! relies app .&a
.t Cloths and fancy Druggist,Majnaha deceased are requested to come forward the vast number
J : Casamen a part of which they will Florida and settle sID ones effected by theae
Con. men'fl' May 29 41 tf with v THOMAS SIMSON, AdmV. drops not only in Boston and its vicinity,bat through, -8 A;

I: t Super! blue crape Finished Broad Cloths ft Hay 8, 18313d; gw.Administrators' out the Union for the best proof orlh excellence ; A*superior asso rtInCDtyt L i_...

I.t' t.t kv Velvet do. .1)n1ne. an unfailing alterative medicine,in all the cases abov
y', specified. This article has most fashionable HATSGROCERIES." .
11 Patent firiishedWeatof O JScslS Pelletier Sale recently been need .
) Block! do, 1 00 Quinine, just receired : prono all descriptions. -
h) do. fine Olive, do' do do. from New York for sale low. B" Y i speoal Act of the Legislative Council by aPhysieianof the first y. wb had wit
: '., do Cinamon Brown red the pas- nessed its nrprising efficacy, as entitled! in his
!i 'if, do. E. SEIXAS, on Sid January last for the relief of the ., take opinioo. ,
to the lead
s't't. ; Bottle Green, do. Druggist, Manolia. heirs of the estate of Isaac G. Teague Dec'd. of all popalar articles known -
}t,: 5 Saxony blue do. May 89 41 tfFOR I Will be sold before the Court House in .Montic d1o, this for the paint above in complaints, and indeed it is last gaining A large' stock in all its varietyFLOUR. -

I ) Lavender Drab and Dove colored C.i on the fourth Monday in October public estimation throaxboaUba eoontrv .
stmer*, next all the
':Df : A variety of ailk S real (Price 91 a_bottle,tlr6 bottles fOr -
) T'h _Veatinja, ((new .salterns., I estate of Isaac_ G. Teaffu. dee'd .-Consisting of $5)
r r aDClUnhlfh P iree do. 4Ja..lli Rhl_ ,\'h;.).., g -- .

I '' White and fancy eravata, ti1l 35" Eresh S.:F.j; Flour, with their Sixteen Town Lots, I NOTICE.-The undersigned hast Fifty Barrels superior new wheat8_ t
4 Dozen improTenents. And
fashionable on tbe ? -
linen shirts 25 Bags Coffee Monday 01.] appointed
I aprnt in for
j do do lowing, Magnolia,one Lot and Se
Boaoms 200 "Corn. a comfortable Br ton GrantlaDd and t"'aaUh Carter ALSO.
4 ; Store situate and the heirscare
'.' 't Gentlemen. &ilk& Merino half hose, Just received from New-Orleans. The on fntut-ttreei. of Charles Williamson and ia intrusted with the
An Cotton and term of sale will be made known the of their lands inFlorida.
Angola do E.SEIXAS. of Sale on days AU persons'are forwarncd Sadleiy W*
Silk WM. Crockery and Glass
and silk .
Velvet BLACKBURN from
s Stocks, latest fashions: Magnolia May 89, 41.tf. committing waste on the same, and those desir -

Sent! In addition to the above they offer a er.lciidid'assort- May 1st,. 1832. 37 ,Administrator. rag to rent may do so on application to the subscriber. Tin ware Looking G,Sal ,lj
of Ready
made Clotk} manula''ed in the late .d bat THOMAS BAL'TZF I L. dy made i.
$t tryIc'th work sad materials of*hrh; they war UsecelYeFRsrnoonerMILO Webbvilk, February 14th 1832. !tfJT clothing, .stalk) "

rant to be gettameConostrhg;.of suptr blue, black n CHEAPER THQ EVER. 1 JAMES..

i brown,Cinamoa and Olive Dr.Coats. do.Frock :, buabe1aoC CORN fromBaltim0 n,.and for sal;, TA .1'0__ Tallahassee, November lath 1331. -
do Pant;k:aiIk.Velvet Vests, Flarentiiw aHk ditto ,..1100.BblsS. eBcnr; tOR .'K I AnOB.

Jowfor Valeacw. *.and' Marseilles all 'of wuith they wffl aeO 15.do' MACKEREL Street FLOU, 'DEG:leave to mvile the attention,. of f .I.TTORNEY. ',.W. >o nd
R.- B.-fc **
NOTe berltd 1831. J. B. lJULL' 40 do HERRINGS,(Sasouehana.. ) 4heir customers and the public in f general to WILL practice m the Counties of Thomas Has 'ust-recelced- rW
14t1 50 SACKS SALT their prerentxtock of Decatur late_ ,.
goods they deem it snperfloos to. Early, Baker, .PooJy, Lee Su per _< "
: 1VANUD .000 I Lbs,BACON HAMS(superior,) crowded enumerate every article, with which there ahehres," are : Randolph, and .Stewart in Gcorro, as, heretofore rater, 100 bis.New York ud Western Ffe* :;

redo A.ny until yperwna wishing to purchase the corn can hare and oremerelyremark, tha|they hare I ; and in the Counties of Jacxaon 159 b caro Prime and Wes.Pert. gAl "
the first now on hand Fayette
,, -ltPu oganuary bjrgfnngabond with serurity. -. a f superior assortment :otpxis which ,Gadsden Leon, J fferSoD 00> CoilsKy.BaJe Rope -
6u trioa d m Q / TIMOTHY' M' the1wiU sell J cheaper than,ever for cash and at the App '- '
.t :u ,; ." n 4- J. CARTY; cotton or ap cob Bay in Florid Kentucky .
Aujrnst 17th
.. 1831 I proved credit. There assortment
_. .S-5. n 5tt consist of the fol .
lowing descriptions & .April'J7th'Gm.. 10 Setts of eroaBSugar Bo&i9* jf
-S rryGoodsofallldrjds .
Auction & Commission $ Jfotice 540:Sacks of Salt, .'"

ltslness. : On the,fin Tuesday July .Hardware & -a. DbIINIST RAWRS TICS I 'London k&tT,5Alt,Cider; ,O.( S: .
THE I wfacnbef baving'been .. .next Cu9 } G .lJL.Q.U .! Freda --
m>- I...'. ILL be'sold al the late cf John t BA_ )tea ha?Icy emands anmat te estate, Tealnipiemaad H'IZv -
tgsr :IK e ;
of **
oaetMaeer for'.Leon :9 Mary:H,:Tboroton Aav HM. -
hns S 'WerTaltAi
w iecrieeft to iKc eoQlity"oS'en his deceased;'in'Gadaa>nlC matr ahomtwo bOO8lO r l ddles etc. A-great '' deceased, I r"D' .(
ia Janet
poblie tJteaaction endcornratsaioiibusH hundred : : y p t.J.i{ aathettticatefCwiU r ** ** .
head"of:-ckfU of China WidIia'1.t -
L than, u. hosseUtapay strict attention: -Glass: and 'Earther7are pr ts-B o
to all they be for- : I'
; isiit mtnlded to him;.& A1trnd tate'.or otBer --nacredit!of twelre 'IDM"tJ /'for flu benefitof! ,the: ever I lured, ,aif-'ar NTr k :
heirs .J f
files ID'ihe n>lry. ,His office is in the town ofrMaag i. and creditors oI'taid'dec'd'mual! 'dotcz with 1 BoaRR8 &c. AdaltAlsuatnrt =t ca_ .
nA1fapli.'etoffypi'aIItith i* 'fed aarxgit 'must be riven before Taflabasyee t .(
the .
bcrO\U\ whde.of"w May 8. 1831. .38 8w ,."
wiU lbcdeU mbO y .. 'Limi\luiee Dd-J e '
1de JIE' clt", JJtb.. .: .50er' ., ,B..BY. : : r 't 3NQ l J$ thss sold 'totho, Whicb .
i ... 41J Jsqt ol J1L.NJ'JJII.-8..0.ELADN towith biefet-A .
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