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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: June 19, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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 )
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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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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/ and I follows |okiug back faint
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V rcr"l ntfesarc1Jud. ..,.. "LAISSEZ :NOUS FAIRE. collected ia
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r will! t"" '.. ', .. nun With ois Ab/i-J.j A* be waicncd oar slow
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,dcrtd. : cnmmunicaiinns to the which ago at this time laimcu: ana exercmcd 1' lii\f' "4Mtrrul **,! ;:- progress. Ey|I .Qlher face, white or black
0.. 1'iit Y \ 1-1'0"
ajUliorititiv'e
;C Ontt1&h g tomes. -y pad
) ..- will lwl receive attl'lIJr' heal ureasonable'attiiibcr the premiy
above
inhal1 upon
must be puu: y by may be exercised and en of scftns b.4.was peering tho pa? '
.t, young growingaround h.
joyed by them, uithin the bounds '
and limits ?' .
-.- :art forth( and described in the therajf ho. ,ho vett.twerc so min g. I he"windo ws ofl Ujp kitchen. Not
-- first section : a dry
of led in the rmtfg'ot' t the school as nearly to have eye :
this act. : was there and I could &* '"
1101'1'lr'(1< to announce atodj J us ; hear my
YE are tort lost all thGvcdacnhain'ating instincts that i
Jt:' It, WII1Ti:1 1 : candidate/ ; to rq.rewjnt+ : Approved, May\ 25, 1632. indicatn.thfriroriin! might old master "saj'ifc, the boys, II there goes ,An.. :

'.-N [pH l3d: Conrcs:. ._..,... C *We wertMob. troublesome. honest chap, f'iipf> gallantry and :good: will.; s '
the a
utttl 1'1 (PUBLIC No. 33.) C company ,toenJi..t in truth, tfn qs'. nW touched'mo to t tlje he art,,
letuc' atltlwrscu l ,: to 'announce AN: ACT for ; innchjof' the dome tic. charities from and I could nos Jfelp' to
\ impiovmg Pennsylvania. giving waY my feelings,
J'J C'I1It'C, : n ,.t"',i csrn: GUI tutor ; 's tm hqAvpver the,lew
,
a ; gleamsof'farnily ; .
'}.L F'5 t nue( : ell Public 10. and sobbin'll |, until at last
|
.supplying i
D7j\ + ,, reaching
II. 1. :1,1(; 1It X, I..pwisbt'C.tfll"t- 1. Uuildings with [From the New York Commercial Advertiser : $eatn4u' ihich.fell to our lot, 1 a ,
} In water' ant br the t turn in the roahouse < ;hat concealed from
C.nlnt
I.I p \ iJg.; calk from the .1 Ktpriniand': had us the'of'a
tl'or'z.J to ann-uncc lL I IO 'J correspondent has favored us wiih 'contracted.ajiind: i of household attach- '
Of. 1C\ "U : western gate to the L with the! the s6 distant cheering from
t' 4 pito flarrr+iur'. 'following version of Mr.
1
ca...J d:1.te'; : to fCIU-C:snot 1.c'tn Cuuntyezt "w- r Speaker tevensou's ad ment to thr' object?that surrounded me. Our the '
1'E"l 3 He i it en.-icted tJthe Senate and I house dress to General Houston crowd we left, arose a on the air, and
Ul1lJ. of ,
i,1.\tin'. C' on reprimanding him fur old master:, had.t the;..graveand solemn 'bearing
Lr= He >n'sPl1tall\ of; tin ltis wafted to me'j i nod wisnes of of
United
'Ie salllton the.
'\" .:\. ( ; States of A- Mr. Slanbcrr It of JS 9n; some
'tturizcd :1r.Ly :\ ) strikcsUSRteon\t'y a but
t4 II <\I1I1'UI1I' '' philosopher,;, sometimes, of winter
11(h'tr TIN l'sl': ar.iiuliiUiie'n represent A'iulpw' rncrica in Congie.-s as:>emble l, That the in;; the whole sense of the original, in familiar and intelligible nights, when our tasks were dor.e he joinedin best friends IbiBver' parted from." ,, I

: : Counties: in the nt'xtLerlStariie l onmiisj-ioncr of the t'ulmc I Jluddings: he language.Fammy .
and he is hcre.-y, auihonzed and directed ]Houston! stand our sports,- even got down on the carpetto A HCf RICA N E AT SEA. .. .
been :
a. to up you've cliarcd witha pl.iy marble uhh us, and took quite
l'orJd, due breach an eager One morninf Sot far from the Isle of P
: Madj'oii
; tI t. aI:1)'W.: m'b interring notice I by public ad- -
trf' interest in
\\ : hearing
1. ? I.,,\n {.f"'l"_.J." \ }.,.SII' a c\t1dll':1: : ,,: .." I. ;.. verti emcnt, I foi imp.oving tin avenue, in the On! 'the rights;! of:this: Honsand our freedom .s )eccll.! when we stealthily set them our! to humming bellowing tops in: ="car. open, l, us one of the most ]lovely I : '

--ads:-t'1'lill } 01 iii 11. \;! L"I Ia!1\'(' (_'(!I\I1-.\ c.ty of 11 ..inn.. ion, leading: from the Capitol) You have hl'al'n a member for s'a' .iur a fact, '' the roan! Thee condescensions had, days ever see ;J'he sun rose uncloudod ; 'i

, 1u 41 it t. to the ;; xc utivi oflici, 1 by' p.tvmg tin? centre And ihc I Hr.UbC can't afford to approve of die act. derful citect a won the wind wassails j _strong enough tn fill our '
.. ........._ I II's a delicate t upon us all, fur, bring,, rare, they and.'fiqii:
ivf "' ""- .,. waaetr bay thereof fortyiivtfeet 1 m width matter 1r one Jarksonnian'z ir t .not n yard of canvass
--- with 'obIt t took ,
( us by surprise aWl ...
& ;&.. ,- .w1 .. x 1"! $;ir' r- With fx>d il ".J '' um .rn 1' c'nsulc.unurl-1S'tt. ::. A' 1 & fasf&rt \ .r.. .1i .,,::-IL"!1. ..,{jtr ,"-::V"'t;gave us. ...somewhat.' <...::t but what-' ,. A"ad,, to cap'lr the bceeze.>; vg '
; 4 So at TheSif .. :
< ,. .. .- upon tlw dTcAdain i.m, or in other afnmy, you know we have lost r in ,. "lr.rl ii-sonn .,,{' -.
I any tor- ices patting a gentle and
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Ty> -'--. :-: I mllH'ht ma.Mier! js tne:) Piebidunf, of the Umtrd 'Nearly 1' all of focr weeks and low much it has cost, ble lion. manageaCXPerlr Tsliring. 'o' give animation to the scene the
r>i'v v-r r=- U consider I your: ra!-"- yoi-'ve Ind waters were alive with the of
Mate.- ; counsel myriads
dint and allowed, ., finny
may ; also, for the And been I had always looked forward, with
manned up, i iu st-itt.-, day! thro' the, a hoy- inhabitants Under onr Lows to be
lrauult/un/ and covciing, uitu the best gravel crowd. every ish love of change: to the period when I were seen
fU iu oUrtiiiPu: the .. was porpoises tumbling in rude sport ; and at thc
JlJl''o\
f :
.' S aid; a \ C'UIII', \ (. have: heard all 'ficlaw to he called to orber scenes.: And this
l..nmin"'oJt of the cxpectati.m moment !
hook same we could
for almost
and perceive an
pro pel 1 gutter and utain:. to cany l \, ( "a H' also hear! discourse i whilst it rendered no indifferent
drl on hook to numberless shoal 1 of fish in
the taste I for whir h your own ; flying full action.
purjio) e. I the of An. now ina'nutral personal: comforts
sun: MX- :seemed also to
tundlihnifird'ttI "ay warm The
; surface
th. my of the waters glittered as the sun'srays
ty-tuo u.-aui: (doll.tts)! 1 IN: hereby 1 proceed to she feelings towards associates.
utterance I
apoiopriateil I o what (l'\c "o my could blazed
to tie ud ny. }par on their dripping win *s, as !they
out.f 1'\0
p. : iu the 1\1.\ltcrwlale.1! don
any Treas- : i in
33i gltdr .Qti money you to make ihe :i-vuilt, many trespasses those from whom Iua skimmed
anxiously the iu the
waves, hope to '
oih
my; ii"t < rxu.-c: The Hung thinks, .
.
piopn.iU.cu tleriiiediy! reI u v t :', iu fault, > soon to bc separated. Mv time, therefore
; the thousand ''t
I OfTHKUNJTKD VI'ATKS PASSED .-cc. :::. And! in- it airtliiM And they rcnMirc: escape dolphins that pursued
111\ n.ietcd; Tint, you, 8all1-itl( be -ensured you statr: 1 !passed along in :a careless merriment, in them. The
L WE FIRST "E "JOli OF THE 2 id COMJKLSS.PUBLIC I nosier ih+- same direction as prescnhod in Iht. And I must administer their reprimand. high all trivial ills were war was unequal, for as they
overborne and indemnified
the air
sought to avoid the
beneath
liibt.cello.; .., If it were to enemy
t.i a
iolluumgums pauper that I haj
.. .. 1 be+ and the ,I 1,1) pro ch, in the! anticipations of the future. them birtJ'after bird above
_\0.- 2S. tVACT same :u e hctcf.y,. pcctiu-Iy Or a chansclingof sr-rub, v. ho, knew The were hovering
[ .ippropriated, : !uu juris t of speech, summons to quit this little
f for the itppoitionment of Rrprrcn3tivc9 to .ie .utJ out oi any no tilt/ J in, the. Treasmv/ p I should] lay down the law'I'I! i rt.-ntous effect theatre was contained in a letter that sylvan j steady As to seize them as their prey. .......
was the
And advanced the
make hem } day heavens became
tll(' -everal ,v not otherui.-c .iij| ,iopjiated, f for the hercal'ier bci-ave: more correct, from
tatc
accoring tillu55iu'1iurllugs ; brought father
among : my by Daniel 1 the coachman. I
that I is lot as; y.u've I Len a m'mlcr obscured by a light mist. At his pcri; 'd,.,vith
I a
to the fifth -ctisus. to ;-a y ; ) ollrclf'twnuld be vain.1nd It directed
me to
ifrou see fit return without delay, others, I was employed below. One of the
r/itcnactcil I l flv. the Senate and: 1 House 0 f i or conducting: water in pipes from till V..u you laavln: it a'ain. and} i itimated, amidst a world of I with ,
m \ lid parentaladvice men then from
I r ; any b.dy lik.- me suffering I a
..rfsentativeof the United I':; lttr's, of .\ I fountain, on number// tuo you and may ride that I scurvy, '
,- : hundred and I \bout wi was to be removed almost immediately
ih!
1 heard
the -car:;c.HI-.11-\rm'i say, "I 1 know its going to blow, from
Cunr :tiuihletl! That from IOU] nine, to the l'Jesdeut'oh'Hbe t by+ }'lJllrsiblCl ;
in ( s a-: : : : : and \ to colle ie.
'n..3 public then Notwithstanding the
\ may, jierlnpp" ha\e the I feel in limbs." A l
olln-es! ) tise; jiloasurn: to stand. pain my hearty hugb.followed
and !
1 jaicr! the third+I dad of -March, one, thou = the con.-truction ul'rc..ervirs: :\,;am, before( ,me, t'etiini' reprin.and. many: secret: yearnings I had 1 f.-lt]( fur the approach f his cbscrvation. Shortly after this .
1dri.llt 1I..lIIln' 1 d! :JM thiily: thice tli" Hou and bydinits live thousand my of this I ,
,
c I seven hundred J You certainly know tint if all ofoui body | period, con.e-s: : it ovcrmas- we were summoned on deck, and the light ;
I Iarrcrlt:: itvc.hal': '!: be composed, lllrl' d(+ tlars. S'l.mld' belicked feted me when it came. Daniel had
: : every day, it would, look rail.eroddy! broughtme sails were taken in. Tin captain l looking:
L. eVrtcJ! :.i::11j rc ea' 1- to a radii( of one lf'I1l-1 ; or bringing: natc-r; in pipes to the Capitol; !, j And tl-uKuarons: ; :, and! 1'auxes, and Trolol'! } ('s uti'i ill;! my pony.-a little short necked, piggishanimal istfully around, thon dismissed us, saying :

.rtlUi\r for ever, fll'tSOH'IJ thousand and; and the COIl"-tn.tl'fj' of rc>civis i: ad: h?- tell- th'it in (he holiday's I used to ride a"i: ;i .* in truth it looks strange; yet I think! there ia i '

nhuadrr-l! pe.r-ou" m i-aHi! Stat: -, con pu-' dnntand; the. |),ircluisc; of jjj(' rius: \ of indi- nit!l! Sammy, !for shrine I: thinkof I this i ;-my dear son: most: to bed-and he himself\ was ready to at-1 I j nothing; to far, so /boys to work again."

I :BI-' ;'online! H tin nil* )pre-s: : nb-'d by lilt udual.s i to the ujiter, fort., thousand doll.irs. r am :sure: bad you thought; of the risk that/ ; you nin, tend} me on one of the coach: horses 1 had 1 ,Tomveyoat this mom nt the ship t
,
a stir!ill o/H l of! the! l Tinted States( ;, tint I H to St.( :M. .ind be it 'lot tller (-riu.-leu! :, 'i hat t Ofli.<1 jicasntg! the h.m.stin the manner: : ; afore.sniil, no; time to resolve the matter: ,-so with a spirit ;enact! as if the way hemmed in by a miniature ap- _
wrhluth't.tt', ; of \1 Line x.iihiu !the< C'olllli-i( )) : Inlll'r( of ill You v.ould not !have d incitaud
right! ; ; i I Puiijnhnjldiii..-'-.1 < thcic'd been no mo:c part ;gay and part melancholy, and with an I ho izon. The }lraccns appeared closer
.,f Nc\v IJtnt> hiiv f is, Ilt'lf.j.i aut.ioii/ed. and : stti.i;: of
tote > Ju/1 uiljjjn. : : ) rtnei ted t jo contract j alacrity step that I a -tlflJl'tl to conceal m}' I tons.;; he ship way enclosed as if it were 4 '
I: t:1tC: of "h: --::1 ':Vi-! ,.1t'. t.-rt'h'" :' ; \\ Ii I 1 1:11' fur ts!.<- pun'h ,>e, dt.jt\'ny, and! I-yiti... 01'I l1I-1 1j j \ndihiiNth', Hi'if-e is avenged; -.:..nd my eloquence emoti .n and! to avoid the interchange with ill)y I by a shadowy ft'stuon. We had not been bc-

tlte .jf lill'MJ!.' !Inland, Uvo filhia oca lli" ill" iii the ualk! j stiandtd, sdiool-fell'ms of
; : tb'i j r r tromIn)) ; we-tr-rn: I II uords] that I was too much 'i low man!' minutes before we J hoard the mate:
|;!C of f'olHccticut.ix: : : v itd.in \!:<; :M.U.. i;j,I gate I ut ill'i anitol! 1 ; and J for t' i ptppose' ill c I II And !lUll Sam-consider yourself reprimanded! choked/ to utter, 1 wi'nt about my prl'paration.1: in a hii.-.ky voice calling, \11{ hands all! '

[ Vcnii"iit. fietthin thettte! of \.f' .., 1|1inn I'I i fit'l''I.'U: Jnousnnd one hundred and two t -:iooooo. : -. I oll'-cted my straggling{ wardrobe from hands: !1"* [Fear his an electric influence onman. t
jrk within the Slate: :\ J l/ d .\.liasbe! and the rr.OM THE (OM CMy .\SSI U.. detached seivice tllP.1
forty : o. ( "' r-ey, :! : s line i is hen-lj. appropriaKo i I PFC: : nl'm IY comrade-: ;, to \\ The words+l Were hardly out of his
)}:: \ f .
'I l' j
ttilhin the Stut:; : a> ft nnsyViin.i; tw u- I I 1: to be I pud+: out of a.I't.. /nn ny m the 'I'ieasury I- dear, do 31.11.'I'lllistA\isJI. scant as: it .-. as, I had lout it piece-meal : c"re-l mo.ith before all were on d'drhen i ltd
the !bell
.It; w.lhin:: Ill" :>1t <;!' *i 1 j\\'aw+ % o',e ; not t't/r'r I ise ll'jJI'OI'I'I.ttl] | d. And lnilit t p-ill u H. fully p lid off sundry small debts of r, ascend* d I perceived no diligence in thc apect -:*

|jn: ih,1 state: of Maiyt.-iiul. : ciht ; uitlnn: Ap],rovcii, .Ila. .. 5, 1S3.. And s'lIo1llt..s(' u'-i,v Children all stairs contracted ;I t the forbidden gimc; of all-fours ; of the heavens, but as I directed my -

Mate of \ lugsli'l: t.. c-.ty, one ; u.thin Now jl.lying hen like !I' up and! distributed! largesses: uith a prodigal !hand eyes aft I s ars.
l ';;:teofurth v'aiuUiu, tht1t't.u! : ; uithin ( Pl'JI.IC ,\0. 34.) ,1I1101l;;..t the negroes:; with whom 1 had, lilt a countenance palo as death, on which fi'ar'as

State t of South t UJ slit: ', niie ; uitnin: j 'Iti Ai to amnn.i aiuict, entitled/ I 1 "An I actto You CJeorire tuil 1 Wilpamto into the rounds, long; time, carried on an active commercein written in language ton legible to be'mistaken;

t.statcef or 'iiJt' ,-'iw, : v:iilja: : tic!' t-Jtc t j enlarg; the powers' o. the .;.-u'ral "OIP"-1 Charles, Jamc.-; and! Hob are there-and lake vmui partridge-traps; ; fi:-(ling-tackle, and other I in the set of left ng fly the topsai"; haulyards]

K'ntark ttlrtc'! 'n ; \\ .;JUn Hit? .1011' o: !i i! l i.ttionr.! of the "i-,tiii t 'ir! Columbia., Mini'C I I { ; I can remember now with I and,) as my eye caight thy captain he was fear;

me-T: ihi.teti. f ; uil'iii' : the !.ite of >!llir,, j ji I I.'e; 'it enated: \JIth" .% ?-o ite and iloti e of! Drhv horses, only }kites or any thing, what t feelings I performed this last office, a s fully crossing hiriaulf he being a Catholic.All ) --

1 IOP'I : .1 i ;ni'i, :tni+' *.** ilr <.f}-i ni.r: :.'i-, (:*V'n:, '!; nl'1'1' -rlIlali\'l.'b of, th.: t'nitd, ,Stati' s of 1 on'rc: q'lih en-nili: [to t,lay: a haic and. hound*- I :stood at the barn door, uhero the farm servants -- was appalling.; To me, as yet the danger ,

Ji.il tii-. 1..i( .if .Mii: -'-I pi, I.: ; \\it.hin! i j cJlt'J'W I I .t in t on:!rcs-, a.ssrinhli'd, That the (:u r- y" 11 filill' \!; ry, Caroline and Poll, : u ere threslnni; grain: and protracted aIOllg tr lS UUkIIO\Tn. Turiitnrr!! mv AVP.fl me- II 1

, B'tat "!' : ::1:1I..i., : tt!I'I' : within; ilu .- tatc'i : l' 1)(") 'litou r.f \Va-hin ion 1 be( and it is herui-v:! TnKer-aeh! ] your dull, as 1 was able,- that mournful; shaking of chanically. and rapidly round,- the.scene afore i

ni i i"i.ma i: : three : uitliin: : ilu- t;t.-.tc .u, :Mis-. i j t.wi".t.tt'd to collect!, amitialiy! ilu) ? tax:, ;lit And !ro, my. d.-us} + ilHr; ;he hack; stn'r, han.Is; with uhich the rogues pave me, their the ship, in all its horror, presented itself to i

: I*, two ; aid: wnhm the :Male \laLauh'i| th! i-ito of one: )lcr ('nllulJ '':"HI thiricon hui'- I I I Harriet Y and.ur(Sis1'; ..M.i.gaivt'he'e: 1 partill", benedictions! ;-:'or I alwaysInd: a my vi.>w. A whirlwind! was assing. As if ;}:

.. -Itli-of i; \ = one per centum/ on t tin a:>si'ss-d I As farc.tVa-J/aee: think!',: (i<:d, are both at school, vagabond; ; fondness for the llack} :, about tho by mayic: a deep black cloud, i in mountain: :

,.. .5'1'Lv NUN, I v.il:. r;; !'iiKM; and/ p: rson.il ('....Ia.s: within I I want to nail, i Inn nally 11:r cant pool: stubli-hment. After' this I went into the par- I masses: (passed:: the hornzon, against whose I

Speaker: of the House. : of iloris 'u lti\-'s. i iJ t th,' itt' I); \\ :,.dtill<;t'iri. sis-r- eif and laid I by Let the .linrttins; :\1;ad", :\lall!rcton he,,'.;Luke lour, where .our tender and plethoric mistress; broad disk! as on some high shore, broke) that

' "J .' "" .'' .J.. l."' I I the!) t fiii! .,e.-ji..i 1: j aitl; act, or iny f pirt thercf. (It.-to their: nuiscrj-Ci> I nevcrean ; and John, was employed in one of I.t.r usual: morning duties t angry wave. Sur.,e rolled on surge, and the ,
:if 'Ice President (,f the United !1,1!*, 1 1.1': ill' s .j i l : ; of cleaning the; breakfast [[ billows
Mates, p''ipo/ ;j: cll.: .i'f Is dcs :giii: j..d in tijr'y my Mal'lms+ !tiniong such elan. up apparatus, swelling : dashed: their high foam to .
, ..d (.H,,,(lIPJII of Hit t'lJatc. I I S'U. :Lt I. n\. ill-! ::0."i. j, 1 i" :', proci-;, and ...... ur v and received a kiss from her, as she held a (leaven. There! was a thrilling! interest in the +

. [!proved, :,l.lj 2_ l.-s.i 1 1t .!. means ny \\Jii, it!I said { 'o.pmr .n ;s a.-.\\', or ( ? ; ____ napkin' in one hand: and a tea cup in, the othr. I sjmt'--life and death hung l+ by a thread. 1

I /A.iiL/Y JACKSON.Prruc J : may her+-ut'icr be, <:n pw'I// r-. t-oil; ..f1 ,1:1.,' !ti get! ,it 1t roll I bestowed the fame token ot grace upon t The terror tint had fora few moment alk e-.; j
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. other{ taxes ; and to. pay ov r ,.rdnev: : i -- all the little/ Cr.ibs that \\ crccraulingaboutthe !i palled u?, reacting( gave something like a "

I [ : :\0.31. ) when} :Su; collected as: afore( ; aid, to ific+ i n-is-; !: i In: i following( { i.ii-t.ire of leaviti" school/ room, and, in the same place, took my i supurnitural 1 vigour to our exertions. Tho '

' pACT\ to 4Xnipt I Ion the \tvsrls; of ]'eHIIJal I ; j i t I miry of' the I'mtcil/tutes, ill the niaiit.ci-/: and' '' will!! h(' pronouncedery! natural. It is from leave of the old monarch himself; oho, relaxin" j ha'dyard.s: flew, th(; tacks and sheets wcre' J JI

!tthc puynn l : "t of .futsri on tonnage.; |I: vlieilrnartcd tile, times, prc.M'ribed; !y the a"'t t:+ !III the newmencan work '' Swallow lingo,*' i :!: into a grim manilo tation of unfeigned: i loosed. the tad?, clewlines i and buntlines

| Uy I l-! : et.tt.and HOIIMJ: o:; i I!i I uliirli, this act is a supple-inert ; and that, m: I !just: !pnbli-lud \Ve think ue arc extremely sorrow, took me with! both hands, and conducting all were plied with nn al.nost maniac fury ; fur

Ire sf-ntaUvcx.f;. the t nit (1 J Mates j(" liciault made by the :aid \. orjioration, cither I, well acquainted with} "Air.1 Crab ;" or pei- i me to the window, placed himself ina existence was the prize of exertion ; and, ina .

!nea i in lon;n, st.t.> cmM..d 1, That no (oi'I: (.s ;J i I 'in' collecting; or pacing aver a.> :lrurelitl, that i aphis. profesMonal resemblance to others of scat, where he gave me a grave and friendly eeomParativelY moments, the ship under bare poles, t

.atonnag" al.dl be hi loaft'T :evid or col-; j .j I th' 'n, and i.j such cusef .the Picsidfiit of t the his cla.-s may have deceived us.-Baltimore: admonition saying many kind things tome safe, lay listlessly: and still on

:1 of die i vcs M'ls l ut't!)" kingdom) ( of Y('I'i i i j I United M.ito-1; may/ proceed to exercise tile t! I!. Patriot in a kin ler tone than I had ever hear! the wafers. The whirlwind had hardly pass-

>i Provided always, i'lwt F wheneicr! the), : :''I powers ii'pos-od in, and conferred 011 him, in i 'V'i'be condition of a .,cl} oolboy," said Ned, from him bel'ure.Autongst( the rest, he bade ed before there commenced one of the most I

':, I d(>nt of riV Tinted ;'tales l -h tit be al-, i 1 and liyiheaid fi.tli section. forces upon the mind the import of a state /me to reflect, that the world was wide, and tremendous thunderstorms that I had ever .

'IId.at. the ve-st-ls 1 oi,' tho t Lhited' Slates are !' S(-('. v:! And be it further enacted, Thattlm of] piobaiion, more soberly. than any other po h had many fuuutaius of bitter waters, whereof, witnessed. The lightning poured down, stream

anted, in the pOI t- of the kingdom ot l'(,r- ',' Comriion; ; Council) of Alexandria shall( sitiuu in life. All that the scripture i His us as 1 was an easy, :?ood-natured t fellow,-it after stream ; 'thu thunder too, came clap after ;

:'d. :Jo }payment ii'a n} d-iKcsof, tonnage; '., 'have tl.e power II) :,point! | one vr more In-I'about the transitoriness of human affairs,-of was likely to be my tot to drink more largely I clap, fur the bounding ocean bellowed j f ft j

'!-U l'J> prorlamation declare the fact, and I', sPrtctor.s: oi Tobccco l t for I the town of nlcxanjut j man being a traveller\ and life a shadow,-is than others;,-he begged me to rematubcr the t forth in one continued war. Its dread clang .

uta now p.iyabhby i the vrssels: of tl I dria; ; and the said J Injectors:: bhall; take an constitu'ioually I part and I parcel of the mcdita- many wholesome lessons he had given me, was as if tho whole artillery of tre skies }had

'dotn 7 :shall: be levied and paid, as if this i'I nth bcf.ro a tliiNticu of the Pence of the l lions of the schoolboy.) lie live amidst dis and to forget whatever might scum to me at once burst on the world ; for, from one-,

' :"d not been passed. County of Alexandria, or the flavor of i the' comforts ; his room is small and ill-furnishtd : harsh in his own conduct. When in the old- quarter of the heavens to another, peal, :answered .

Improved, 31av25, 1S32.No. Corpor.ition), for the faithfut, tiisctnrgc: ot the j his clothes are hung upon a peg, 'or, stowed away t fashioned way, he put his hands upon my peal in quick continued succession:: _

duties of office of Inspector, a certificate of in a chest, where every thing thai should head, and bestowed upon me an earnest and[ while at the same time the rain fell in almost .J

(Per.L1c 32.: ) ,. hit b he :-}till: retsir to tilt ( 'h'dthe Common : he at the top,' i i.;; sure to lodge at tha.bottom ; devout blessing, whilst the tears started i in sheeted torrents. Thi' lasted nearly an hour. .

\lCT to extend the: limits of fieorjctown I ( OIIIK il : And the said Common Councii his coat carries its: rent from term to term, and both of our eyes. T hi- last act he concluded! I Such scenes solemnize and soften the hard ,

III Ill", Ili j Uict of Columbia. i i shall, have power to pas all needful lawslor I his Blockings are returned to him undarnedft by taking from his pocket a small!! copy of the heart of men. At noon when the elements+ ::

t itB ('Haute: 1 I\, the SCnatt) and House of I I tho; due nod prop T inspection I of Tobacco, I cm the washer-woman; his food is rough andunsa'oury Bible, which} he put into my hands with a solemn were hushed into repjse, and the sun shone

;r t'>entatires ot 1 the, United States of A-I! and f for regulating; the conduct of" the said Inspectors he shivers; in a winter morning overa exhortation that I should consult it iu :forth in. all hU meredian glory, the contrast
an scant and smoky 'fire he in summer3m all im' troubles, for every one of which, he :;truck ctrninrlv rm the soul and so forcibly
;. unrea ahscmlilcd, '1 hat the I lim-i ] ; And the said Common Councilshall ) ; sleeps w. ._ ;
i.t', Gcor ttWII, in the District: of ColumrJf : ha\c power to remove, lor just cause, the hottest room! in the house :-All this he told me i should nrui appropriate conso} Ition.I were we impressed with it that before we partook ..

and! tlw y aro"creby I extended* asany- :I Inspector, and appoint another in hU .submits to with patience, because he feels promised, as well as my smothed articula- of our mid-day meal, our hearts were

p "Me| the 1 part: of a tract of land, so I,j pl.ice. that ho is but for a season: mid that a reversion tion permitted, to obey his instructions to the humbled in grcatcful adoration to the great i
called
-LrJT 1" rcci ally I Sec. 3. And bo it further enacted: That of better things auails him. letter ; and, from the i feelings of that moment, Author and Preserver of our being. Never.

.f,t l Orat tJtJlI, jr the :-aid town purchased, site t for I by I,] this: act shall commence and be in f force from My preceptor :Mr. Crab, was, outwardly! deemed it impossible! I ever' could have forgotten shall I for emy feelings as we Joined our ,
as
'l loots s-Lol1c: bc a the thereof an austere! man ; but his was the austerity or neglected them. I fear that I have commander in prayer ; for gratitude.at rcce 1t .
; ,11IIIIlJ'r passage .
fa: taf .fT-rnund, a stone l" ) for the i:aidat Approved, May\ 25, 1832. utiich the beat natures are apt to contract not thought of them as much since, as theydeserve. mercies gives a warmth and life to ,our devotion .
marke.d ....
",; rnd.is. at t the 1 end of four number' from long association with pupils. His intercourse The little bible I still keep as an that. we do not feel: in the, hour of unthinking ,

.(:lJh''i"1 I Hi-s I the hundred & I A t with the boys was one of command, affectionate: :: remembiancc of a very good, I prosperity.:=He "l has'felt, : the terrors -
on
first who
iud d, dalll": tie. line) of a tract gentleman has been some time and he had hut few opportunities of mingling though somewnat unpolished, old man. of the deep, and has felt that the hand
"Hock ." ytdent 'i rimdad informs i
of n at the of the
'ltoneal.u' Dunuarton euitor in the society of his equals. This gave a rather Aly cronies, all this time, had been following of mercy y has protected him, may with strong

'"4 1'1''Ine or I lot standing on the uestern boun- i unstable patriot, that }Mina is an illegitimate) : i ion severe: re.-erve to his,manners ; hut, at me from place to place-watching me feeling exclaim, ",< The Lord has made us,i" .

ur' of neatly numbered Iud two hundred andIlawkins'H :- of a very: rich ;gentleman in <':uha. lie i. the bottom, he had kindly feelings, which as 1 packed up every articlov.of u y baggago, not we ourselves. Blessed. be his name' rQt '
,II addition \\as lint allowed however, to take the name :tl
toku to hundreds and forever.
and lukwardly manifested themselves in frequent and asking me, of unmnaning ques- ever "
'htd t runmn;! tllp cr, noith, sevenNidciiSsLca.8tlhirl of his father, but lived with his mother's re-la- favors, conferred without any'visible signs of lions, out of the very fulfne / of their hearts, .4. '
t I I \'-<:! l111 lolorfJhouth I IltIn ;nd bore her name. Jlo was the I per Their time had A classical horse dealer'
J Hi next.VVe
S, I: rourte.sy. + wife was a fat short-winded camo : a. general dealer.A borae
(IQ I C.b, south east three PIC'S') south, e igh pctraior: oi a murder in hi->native place, and old lady, with a large round face, embellished embrace ; and alter sh.ldng'11ands'' with every r'in- the Athenian city of Oxford, who is .familiarly '

"I.: 'outh eleven hvftlve degrees, east urn iu consequence, clandestinely put on board: ;above with a huge ruffled cap, and below, urchin of tho school-room and every imp of the designated Squeaker' .Billlately made ,

J.Il 41, SOuth SCvcnh..t"dc-rrCS, west t\\ L-lv. .1 vessel: bound to Bo.-ton; which was: his: first with a huge double chin. This good lady kitchen 1 ,I mounted my plump ,nag, and on an !addition to his stu.d;. Vf two fine horses towhich

IIIrre 0 degrees vest t5 5 K' introduction into this country. rather of those rich of the he life classical of
pi", ; nth was too fat to move about so sbe maintained one mom ngs Indian summer assigned cognomina .
R k of) Dunbarton tile" said first line of a sovereign station in an an.ple-arm when the sun :struggles: through a soft Xerxes, and Artnxef ps. A gentleman commoner

t.>iC bC e,lani nap thence, with iaiini, The total population of Tennessee, according chair! placed near the door that led ,to the mist, and sparkles on the,hoar frost, I broke Haying demanded of him is 'e2tiff. H** '

t, ec 2. And I 1)C Jt to a tatemint published in tho Nashville| kitchen, where she was annually- occupied i in ground, on my homeward voyage. Daniel, ite reason" for so doing, he replied : tVn/

ItLe; rig.h' 55 further enacted' Thai 'opublican, is.684,951. Of this number 535,- paring apples to be baked up into tough jacks.or with my black leather trunk resting on his you sec as" how when I 'drives tandem. *-T make
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... fed-b''Y I.i\\. to 'f"tho, pnvilcrgcs' 1 heretofor. 70 are 1\ bite, 14,36S slaves, and 4,51b our provender, and issuing commands for pummel-to be carried to the tavern where the Xerxes.leader, and ptJt 'tother ia the shafts.. .

said. Corporation, and.: Tree colored pcrsozis.IN the regulation of her domestic police, iu shrill, mail J stage was to receive it-led tho way thro' tnd so I calls, him Artcr-Xcncs., .' / ;'

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. ; I -.. To give an Idea of the ravages of the disease might, necessary, be moved rapidly forward the chase. i ing tt ft&e window ola ,*;
respecWiU
I' : k..u.f; 1 will say that since Sunday, the official to the banks: of the Rhine. But since it is though this (city aa if admiring the '' .
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l statements only mention the number. of understood that ai&irs can be arranged by the lobster played for sale in th* inside. He
} Nrw-YoKK Mav 22. cases and the deaths occurring in the Hospitals. : means -of negotiation the former plan has tion in the brella placed carelessly. under "

tLAZ1 IUfl murm The difficulty of stating the date, &c. been resumed. It is said that the conduct of ed while he wa ga/ing, another ODe
ind
1\\ f The packet: hip Havre Depeysster, of cases occurring elsewhere, has compelled i France towards the Holy See excited the ter.- s pasmischio' apparentlp prompted ,:. ..

arrived yestereay, brin papers to the authorities to renounce there former in- most lively dissatisfaction at St. Petersburgb, Co contrived adroitly to tirn4'""i

the llth and Havre to ingiarif' The tentions. and that war was considered inevitable. brella through the glass, and "

: r- ,.ship Splendid, Captair Bremen, ; Up to the present time the typhus which Count Pozzo di Borgo was ordered to express the unfortunate gentleman stood elCi

I I T arrived a few hours later, an<|by her we have has shown itself in the Hospitals,., is not at allcontagious. distinctly to the Ministry, not only a disapprobation The stupified with astonishment. A.at'....

I IF r: Bremen dates to the 19th ulSmo, containing ** /* v ot an act which violated the law of mong the rushed out and demanded why he

II- London and Paris intelligence to the 14th.- There has been circulated on Change today nations, but at the same time to avert, in the CAM the window; he denied that be -.

r I' We give below a c impend of the principal the following bulletin relative to the name of the Emperor, to the consequences of the U but appearance were against bin; .'

news brought by these arrivals. health of the President of the Coancil of Ministers I which would: ensue, if the satisfaction required swer.Question obliged to enter tbe shop to seuj IJId

The Cholera, it will bo seen. fe extending by the Pope should not be granted. Des The proprietor of the stabl sWnent e 'rr.
its ravages fearfully in Paris, and no longer .&s April ll0, half past 12.--The .President patches since received, both from Paris and Mauasses payment for the damage done L"i
confines itself to the ill fed aid intemprato'r bad a good night, and slept several hours.; Vienna, induce a belief that affairs have taken Answer. other talked of his complete inuocenoL an< :._

classes of society, but has atta= pro- tis morning he is better. Every hoar increases a more favorable turn.-Augsburg Gazette. not: the ened to send for tbe police. : '
number of of lank and the confidence of the physicians, and PRUSSIA. *. Q. 2. The
._ ved fatal ID a persons glass wag strong plate, and the
: fortnne. At the last dates, turnover, the disease affords indications of returning health." BERLIN, April 12.-A Cabinet order has man with It is enormous' said (the unfortuntt Ost

i seemed to be abating. be number ol' Notwithstanding this bulletin, every body become known to the public, directing that the abdomen it, and you must' replied the jeweller '

new cases in twenty-two bourfl had been as perceives that it will be impossible for M. Reserve Regiments shall again be increasedto man in the is half crown/ said the :

p f greut as 1075 ; aid of deaths the same period Casimir Perier to resume the direction of the the war-footing : from 637 men per that sbch constable' indignantly stranger.ejaculatedof .

455. This was from nu of'the 9th. Cabinet for some time. M. d'Argout will be regiment to bribe? metal. He was inexorable,

: to 10 o'clock of the fotlowin .daf. On the charged, in the interim, with the duties of Minister 1002.PORTUGAL.. A.-It ; t length submitted, complaining and

11th, this number was reduce to 985 new i of the Interior. The Bayonne Sentinel communicates news c observing justly that a gentleman hi !,

i 4 cases, and :356 deaths ; on the)2th the number Crenelle is the place, next to Paris, where from Lisbon of a highly interesting character. Q. 3.- a police office for a trifle. 1 co It

of new cases amounted to50, the number the Cholera has made the greatest ravages.- On the 23d of March six ships of Don Pedro's discount, i three 120 bank notes, gave one of Ife Ibex't

of deaths to 361 ; and on Ae 13th, there I It i is lamentably true that the number of vic- expedition made their appearance on the club-fisted pacified jeweller, receiVed: 118 10s

bad occurred during the previous tw ntJ-four u lims is proportionably' greaer in the commune, North side of the Town and after a brisk beard? his balance and retired. A friend ete ,

) hours, 804 new cases, and 317deaths-show- than in any other place where the disease had cannonade against the Fort St. Sujane, continued .\.-I the shop shortly after; the ;:

ing a gradual but continual abatement ot the! made its appearance. their course along the coast to the Q. 4.- mentioned; the note was shown occu

:t .. f disease, both in respect to It ;fttf/E&ead and its I Havre, April. 11.-It is stated that a case Northward.: The armed force of Don :Miguel \ : there are rating proof; it was a forgery!-Dah II a !
'k I ; 1\1tallt' '. of Cholera bas occurred et Ii lbec ; "but nothing l amounts to 90,000 men, including 20,000 A.- Regtst r. '

PARIS: April 9.-In 24 hours from the 7th 1 as yet leads us to suppose that the report L artillery. is that you -

April, at noon. to the same hour on the 8th, has any foundation. SPAIN. Mr. We have looked over the
I : there were 826 new cases, of which 509 Paris, April 11.-The Cholera *till continues i MADRID, March 30.-The Court Jour- Q. ?. before Congress relative to document the

; : were males, 317 females. Deaths not pej j its ravages, but its ilJten.-itJ i- a little nal has at last broken its silence relative to S canals between Chipola river and'ope S"rev's ..

2 I abated From Monday noon to yesterday, the expedition of Don Pedro. It contains along L A.-No d Bay, and from Matanzaa .

.. i cified.Official Sanitary Bulletin of the 9th. the mimhi-r) Itf fresh cases i985, deaths 356. l article against mixed Governments,, pitch and river, in the Territory of Florida. to

L : The number of new cases i is greater to-day, The President of the Council continues to wherein it .s attempted to show thai the Em- granite at : liar formation of our Atlantic

t but the physicians are almost unanimous in grow better and better. pen or Don Pedro must necessarily fall ; that L dy ) adapt it as remarkable to what coast Li
I I The nu her of of note attacked i his misfortunes in Brazil boen called"j
? asscrtm-jr: a ery perceptible diminution in the persons were a necessaiv put coastwise navigation" as it takes
: malignity of the disease. here has been i a rorninu": to aug'neut. Among them is the consequence of the Constitutional Charter r Q. 6. i its picturesqueness and boldness.al'll'
'\ Prince Castclcieala, the Neapolitan Ambas- which he to the Brazilians. tions ,,' 11Iroc
,: gieater number of deaths, but they are principally gave considerable extent of it, san& '
sadpr, but his attack is represented as not t Our has received der me
i : of persons who have: been sick for government a diplomaticnote ands and reels inclose bays, sounds
i t serious. In the Spanish Ambassador's in which all intervention of .\. and
t 'I r some days. |'I''I'"f ry Spain in the i -By ages which may by a few
:; '. ", :\ To-morrow the new Hospitals of Grcnier j jf I some persons have been attacked, and: deputes i of the two brothers of the house of but I fear be converted into one immense connecting

1 ) d'Abodance and Bans Homines will be in op/' one i is dead. Madam Perier wife of Scipion Braganza is protested against; in the strongest: t Q. 7. I navigation, highly convenient conunoou for
,. ,1\\ eration. Tho suhicriptions for the relief c r1;I Perier, un.ther to the Prune Minister, died I manner. This note was communicated to his he ting trade, and which the t

f; the sufferers continue. Those of to-day J;!, yesterday. of the cholera also M. Hisson, anj majesty the King in a private audience with A.-As time, be made secure against may yet hostile, It the .'

.. : j 1q: [ mount to 32.723: francs. His maje6ty"ha- ancient Prefect. M. Se uitn, First Presiiont the Plenipotentiary of Grf at Britain. coasting \" Were this scheme completed-and it H<

placed zt the disposal of the Prefecture of the ( of tb.3 Court Uoyjle, and several members ITALY. dreij I t ficult to point out one which vert

C i Seine 1003 mMtresses, ana great quantities j: of tho bar ar ill, ;.ut it i is; hoped not senOUlV. L- BOLOGNA, April 6.-The last news from wonder.Q. attention ot a government which more is_
I i The .:\orth \ est tlistrict of Paris still \ makes of 8 just
i of other de-rripti of bedding. r.com no mention the arrival of t about to be embarrassed with a
continues I least irf d. "he weather is still fre.-h from France of ams the superfcvenueit
? j The number of new ca>es from noon of : troops nor any movement would afford us
I April 6th, 10 the same ho :r on the 9th, i is variable, and the heat of the atmosphere very of the Austrian troops in that vicinity. ion i ?? war a prodigious circuit of internal even in taw,
tt 4 chinueable. :1 letter PM en ed this:: morning But while on the of the the A.-I narig
t 10 O'iz : male* 63'J: females 337. aths part troops greatest : e which we know no parallel many
I i .i t 35?), viz : male* 253, miles; 132. Total from Switzerland positively I contradicts the pi vails, this is by no means the case on of a : While this series navigation works.co
statement of th? Cholera having appeared i in the of the inhabitants. The Roman of a leader.Q. Pretl
4 k cases from the commencement! of the disease, part i itself in so :Important a relation to our do
,. L 4P.23! death 1879. i! Berne and (ieneva. Court, which is no way pleased with the occupation 9. : tic commerce, it is one, at th? =-
:: Paris, April 12.-Xun.bcr of New Ancona has removed the begin each I ame I ta:
I PAULS April 10.The Cholera occupies cases provin ? which may strike the reader as d..mom '
during: the 24 hours ending yesterday cial iiovernmrnt from the towi the remaining A.-I
almo-t; exclusively: public attention here ; it t Boon ; i in a peculiar manner, with "hal h
: I : continues its ravages with an intensity which[jfcou't 1 \ ; deaths :361.i police were insulted by the people and relinquished Chairman the action of the general goverment ppy miDi'

.: r. surpasses all previous exportation The official i!! Paris, .April 13.- i he number of new ra3 ::: their functions. There now reigns i i wherefore, directed, on a combined and consistent i
i, ses of Cholera durinj th,' 24 hours emlin I sort of and j Q. lO. pit,
: ; !t t' I bulletin of each succeeding day goes [ t- a anarchy a strong excitement to the general care and improvement of i
I vetird \ !. ,on ua804 ; J'athsU: 7. Total against the Papal which increases that the
: ,;I increase the public apprehension.! It i is pain-j i government branch of our domestic ecooemy-thi5l11
;: ful to notice the departure of almost ill th-isp- {I: casts from the: beginning 7560 : deaths i every day. cause a of the "regulation of commerce." It |
ii
2916. The
hose bu-iness relations do not ron.nne J oonvi.e.-et-n- of M. Perier coniinu North ? ,
: .1c or : sort an in itself oftbeeoi !
;j I argument
4 d, the news of which wa spread to the Varieties in Human Food. The natives A.-1
tht> the
to From noon tot -
; t; e. in city. yesterday I tutionality of the exercise of this function is
t q; :. 10 o'clock this morning we learn that the Departments by telegraphic communications. I Tonquin, according to Dampier, give their Q. II. to a part of this peculiar navigation b
4 WI I ,'*,,\! number of new cases, i including those in pri-\ .\mon : the icd of! ihe Cholera are mentioned I IJt. friends: arrack, in ubirh snakes and scorpions Fund on mainly along the coast of West FforiJa, i
cr of France the have been infused. The \. It ,
: Marquis lives -
Lotophagi
.,'r vati dwellings as well as in the hospitals a : on Peninsular Florida, that the docSos
: : !ittL' xnounU to 1075, and of deaths to 455. It'j de I roix, also Peer ; Gen. Coetlosquet ; 3 1. the lotus, while the Ophisohogi, a..d: the Trod:- Q. 12. to relate. The Chipola and Apt

i It3f( I we add to this number thoe rf the suburbs, Beuoi>t. f former Secretary of State ; the celebrated I- lodites lived on serpents. The Kalmuc Tar French .\"Si'i lachicola rivers, with their tributaries'CM

Ij and those which may be expected to occur Italian' Physician, M. Barretia. ; and I tars also feed on snakes, &c.; and the Syrians ryiA.? nectcd J with St. Andrew's bay would girt
I : I.Debruil', President of the ealth Con eat crocodiles. In the annals of Tacit 1
:t; I from this hour ((10 o'clock) tillnoon, the time : S. we outlet to the Gulf of Mexico, for the
1t,t when the Sanitary Committee: lake out the ir .' mission for the District of Montergtnl. 'cL ICVicePretdcnt rend ofa man at Colonia Agrippiana: nhosQt wits of the tbns of a thriving country extending farixri

a, t report, the total number for the 24 hours' of"the< Chamber, M. Seguiei, t favorite dish, like that of De la Lande, was Q. 13. ward 1). The canal for these objects i
: I cannot be less than 1300. j is' also dead. The Deputies-M. Peges, spiders. Bears's paws, birds' nests, and sea- t: ticable at small cost. Connected with
\ : I eneral Lamarque, the Duke of Morney' slug, are dainty bits raw is esteemed= Congress? ,
: ,1\ ii Jr' The city of Paris has borne a melancholy ; superior scheme is the extension of the inner narig

; t :. r.\\,.... aspect for some,day s. AAer 9 o'clock in 'h IC f 1ft. 1 I son-in-law of Marshal Soult. The Cholera I to roast mutton by the natives ol Thibet. A.- : 1 twardlv! to New Orleans, 350 miles,
fI was also ranin! in Troves.. X emoura. Berrom! s. The inhabitants of Cochin China prefer rotten( adept in
; evening scarcely any persons are to be seen 'I ---1 wardly to and across the peninsula ot FIo&
; t lu the streets. Rcuil, Putcau.x, and many villages in the eggs to fresh so much so, that putrid eggs I Q. 14 and so into the \tlantic. Pensacola, a BIT

It ''ii' M. Magendie continues to realize the most! neighborhood of Pans -J l he lower classes are rated thirty per cent, higher than fresh j to : station ot the goverment, would be included

tt gratifying results. Already 15 or 16 persons, till attribute it to poisoning and imagned that ones. Dampier tells us, that "the Indians i ofthe t be ? this navigation, which would give a
: the Cholera had no Bashce Indians '' .\.
who had been existence. eat the bodie locusts.. Of
most violently the
attacked, have : commerce of the Union, Ull1..edCuba \
Paris Vpril 12.-In the Chamber of Deputies and he relished this
left his room cured, and a great number too specie* of food. The Q** I or any naval enemies, undisturbed II
i i the Ministers of Commerce asked for t also feed Q. i5. .
more are in fair way to recover. Xo other ; Tonquineze on locusts which are j i. pirates, safe from the perils of the nangja
iI .. practicu has afforded results ns satisfactory: an extraordinary loan of 2,000,000 francs, for> ,! either fresh or pickled; sometisn.'S broiled on York {; 1. of the Gulf and unretarded by the Golf *

: L even when the cases, in point of aggravation, I the purpose of carrying into effect certain I''I coals. The l Inhabitants ot Madagascar not Mr. These objects the delegate from Florida,S-

were precisely the same. That phvsirian I measures against the Cholera. only eat them, but perfer: them to the finest the Senate : White presses with zeal and understand

I i ha* adopted the custom; of issuing each day ENGLAND.London fish. Reindeer, and a kind of meal formedof time it : In forming this continuous line, grain

; e statement containing, 1. The number and ,i April 13.-The debate on the Reform ;- pounded fish, are used in Lapland Iceland I ; gether i vantages: would follow from diverting a porti*
t Bill, comes on again this in the brind still with A. "I
names of the persons received under his i evening I quivering life Abyssinia ; : of the waters of the Mississippi into a vt
: : House of Lords. There is little doubt the'., in ustralia fat is I ? I
: charge or to the last 24 hours. 2. The a good grub preferred to c very c:: '! northerly outlet into the Gulf. A nearer
l number and second reading will be carried ; this seems to 1 I thing else and in theest Indies requested
_. : names 01 those who have died a larger ; to and f-om New Orleans would thus be
(L1 ; during that space of time. 3. The number I be the general impression, but opinions difi ? i i caterpillar, found on the palm, is esteemed a persons as I ed. the superfluous volume of the &&

aad names of those who are considered con- I materially as to the number of votes by which luxury ; while the edible nest of the Joxa: vill drawn off to the great relief of the levee.,B
: 4k J it will be carried. The more !: swallow hirundo edulis is of the
valesent. 4. The whole sanguine among ( ) so rich a dainty, the
number sick under -'] marshes drained ';6 as to be made c ,
his. charge. t the Reformers anticipate a majority of from j t that the auxilliary ingredients of the dish costs; tion, his ble and less unubolesome. The detui
w i pis- morning fifteen to twenty ; the more observant and ex I. about ISl. In the Lnvant., the lnrii t.,_ (orvl. : ure
common oed un --- ----- '-
ha
wagons emplo \ Mississippi ? millions of acres wb4
; iI41 \, in removing the dead are seen in the streets, pericncedtbink it will not exceed four or five. lus cristata) is sold in the market as a chief drained could be the cub$
:
I Ibi dressed in black. These wagons, railed tap- Tht-Public truth probably lies between the two.- article of diet. "; : :: :; : : : i'd sugar. As to that adapted part of to the prJe4&! I.,

Ji issiere, have been introduced became the anxiety meantime is more actively a- France dresses up frogs and snails con a- ped relates to a canal across East FloriiM. .

: j o hearses are no longer sufficient for that pur-i; vake than ever. Nothing is talked of, nothing more. Frogeries and even Vineries are ne0 joke j ; a I I stated that the distance over the peW'! .
1E- They contain thought of, but the approaching momen- cc.ssary adjuncts to the mansions of the spring of
: pose. as many a* six no- : ninety miles, and the cutting requiate *
The carritg? of Marshal\ "j>nnes birs'-I tous division. The Ultias, from all we can blesse. In Italy they serve up the pholas unusal) : be twelve, or at most eighteen miles. !t*
t -' brought into use for funeral learn, are in the lowest state of depression, sepia, echinas, &c. while mine host" at miles of the
'i purposes, being same time geological formatxoacomparativel
i ; Tery.large. and capable of containing eleven and the Ministerial party more confident than Terracina asks .bis guest whether he prefersthe known "in inconsiderable obs12
j : coffins. I evcrit i U not expected a division will take eel of the hedge er that of the river.- tants." > v wt
It is such these
We learn with place until six or seven o'clock to-morrow The astronomer de la Lande instead of enterprises as ,
grief that the fever was remarkably ts.
L typhus ( ) in their conception and in their re 0
has made ltd joH I j morning.Sun.London ( i fond of'spiders, and would chuckle them was \
appearance at the | Dieu ; up practicable at a cost of little! mOIl nl'. ,.
and the Friday evening April 13.-It be- sans ceremonie whenever Is
physicians that Hospital have this ; they came in his there a i c.e solicit the government of the Union ia itS ,l
morning made a the I I ing generally understood that the debate on way : Great Britain in these excellencies voring
report the
on *ullj..ct to domain. To our ap .
: ; I the second reading of the Reform Bill apprehension
Minister of the Interior. It I would however, far transcends her continental neighbors is a staw
y ? : l lo Faid to be close of the nation's wealth to objects so ,-
have shown itself at the Hospital of Gros- I brought to a this evening or to-mor.1 ; not to mention the braxy" of Scotland of her national worth'

1 : Caillon.me. .. row moraine! the nallerv.... # was-- rowded-- -. _-- hf'nrcthree --"-"- which is putrid mutton. the sheen. haying having .. is-a matter- of more. 5U11"---', .
--- than ou
the ot
o'clock. Ram Mobun Ray entered the died of the it is L paltry praise paying <
Hfl deaths I rot, notorious that
ot a number of ner,
distinguished i game millions of debt mofl"1 .
:FE1 house and took his in by a given
are seat that part of it generally and vension are seldom relished until
persons announced who it is course
if ;
wc might re alloted very this or that President's particular tt'
;uL
the to foreigu ambassadors. The U high" in honest and in
ly
or, faithful the
upon statements of certain journals language, is desirable defence ** *
perity as ;
I1 1 would have been I division will certainly take place to night- till it i is a of as
considered mass putrefaction, and disenga- by the &*
the class
: j not of The for the 'I spent millions for the latter; and j
: liable to be attacked by the Cholera.! We will not majority be than second reading, it is said ging in abundance, one of the most septic ling ot not be unwisely expended: informer pr00' _
more
I mention the following: fourteen, unless there poisons the chemist knows of in numerous ting .

The Baron of Montvile, Peer of France ; should be some now adhensions. If the second cases it is a mass of life and motion the offspring a smaller --- _
M. !\lu reading i is carried, it is understood that ;
t-Pathay, Major General of Di- of putridity. Though we know not looking or & -- '" .1 I
: the House will into .
vision The go committee on Monday. that the sized "
; lady of Colonel Chateau: Count monstrous liver of the goose, to
;
de Coetlosquet, Peer of France Dr. Ler- London, April 12.-Cholera return. New an effect of disease, has yet found its way into who has iiDU
; .
t. L .S %, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine ; Dr. cases 19, recovered 11, died 10. Total in the English cuisine ; all the rack and the course

.. "\ Petit, Surgeon of the Hospital of Gros-Cail- London, 232 ; recovered 939 ; died 1261. ingenuity of cruelty and torture have been ceived ;

__ ,.. Jon ; besides many other less celebrated pbjBiana Total- --- out ot London, cases.. 7,786, deaths exhausted, to supply the cravings of a (depraved ty-one Have received aixl offer fo
> :ibbl. just
of
Pari3: and the Department Of and degraded appetite, and one whIch at any

- f the latter, some have been attacked in the, I ,4: RUSSIA. ? human nature might well be ashamed of; the it is I; 35 Barrels SACKS FRESH.COFFEE FLOUR,. ,
Frontiers or Russia : "f'
'4 t Diligences, while returning to their places of I March 24.--'lt has bull may be no longer baited" for this purpose, to two 50 Barrel Prime and Mess-
.; abode. And here it is proper to remark thatconsiderible been determine to make new dispositions for but pigs ':fare still whipped to death lobstersare I pIe : 6000 Lbs. Excoo (middling* $l

number of cases have develop- the distribution. Russian troops ; but boiled' alive. cod are crimped, and eels led to the Huns,)
ed on the whole, the former are to be adhered 100 BamkXEWRCM,
themselves to : skinned in
in the are writhing
public ionyey&nces, inconsequence and the agony ; not to men no 25 Amerian GIrt,
r of the fatigues of travelling, regiments which bad been ordered to tion geese, which are duly nailed to the floor ricMand 20 OLD \VIDSKEY.
i which, deranging all the ordinary habits of. suspend their march, are moving forward to by their webbed feet, that they may repose at Ch 100 Pieces Scotch&KemuckT|ctOt
TW1
I the interior of the Provinces of the 20 Kegs best Rkhmood
the system Empire.- and fatten crammed
turkeys are
; and
of
undoubtedly exposes it to receive On the first finally 20 Boxea.do.. *>- d
of the violent!
4 the infection of news occupation of: bled to death under the
the disease. Ancona tongue; ; hares are 3ittto1ia, Jun*. 5:I32. 4jI.
t The alarm is very great iD the fashionable |\I it had been thought necessary at St. hunted, and die in fevered inflammation, or,
Petenibuigh to assemble on the frontiers of it be COLEMANlers l C
quarters cf }1ari. may duly,inoculated with the ponon of Paying Cifid'
Poland larger bodies of troops, that they drophoba from dogs excited to madness : h, protrssional semco to fcff
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I IO as is ttBccssary to form a plan for its far .
1 1UA ad dres IJ. Judgment integrity, rOrl {ode and
IAN' : provement for the navigation IU ted to the demands i.f be-ievolence i STOREAGE. ttmt"lJJlntt 'ot Y otttJa.yen
the country around its head. constitude and completed his .

i 'rum Magnolia to the Natural Character, exalted it to perfect magnanimity I N addition to h"u* old 'ware-house the
'liA Bridge it is > _
'lt (as calle
b jJTICbereb that :
the river is and and the highest wisdom; a simple and sublime subscriber has recently erected u spacious building aixTbnutmd aWtaof : _
open, requires no improvement ; I the Capitol Slock of tht
for
MOIlN NG. JUN 19. any feo by 23 feel, forreceiT mr cotton and goods. CENTRAL BANK:
pre-eminem that made of
13 navigation thai can l he obtained above. e men genius, learning : TIMOTHY: CARTY. of Florida, hare been subscribed,and thai in con fornu..

-- --- The .Vofnrol Bridge is formed by the sinking of eloquence, and address, lilt inferiors St. Marks, December 27th I83K I9if ty with directions of the Charter,the Subscription I
and Actm- Governor has granted a river into a subler an.-out and instruments. His objects were always Book is closed until after the Elect km el Directors of .
sccrctuy from which
it
passage rise.
f he to is ROGERS until thc 27th of July' after passing under ground for about 1100 yards-In noble his means uniformly justifiable, and his tMl1J7e
resP'Ie ntcncTof the Court will be carried into the direction of this passage there is a chain of pon"s measures the result of deep refle tion; so that ALL pcRtoua havm'" 'tny demands uaini: the Es take ixrticeJ'jbat at the office of Gen. R.are K.repaired Call' in to __ __
the of Jonathan Thomas dec'd. th,
.hCD rd. ) of this un- or sink holes apparently although his enterprises were late of Gadavicu of Tallahassee oo Tuesday ih. .
..__This will n.ffo extending down into it. occasionally County, are hereby requested u present the City 10th day of'JuJy _
f t Uo. who are highly respected in S. C. There are eight of these, composing nearly two-thirds unsuccessful, they nevr" failed to be glorious. Li) the Executor, 1 legally auuieifBcated within the same timeprescrtbulbv next ensuing the date hereof f'between the boors of i& _
dividual, A. M.and 2 o'clock M.
of the distance denominated He into life o'clock an election will be
f1tun&tc 'hrtunity thc Natural Bridge Th. came just in season to achieve the law-Thfa1..willodlel'1luJe be barred of
him-In the mean e held for the election of nine Directors for
of visiting between the t freedom of bis and recovery. 'And all those indebted to said estate the purpose _
the ground ponds is of a sandy character country, was withdrawnto are of managing the business of said bank.'
have: been taken to prevent requested to make inraiediale'paytnent.BANKS --??_ _
***efficient' measures which would be unfavorable for canalling, except incases a higher existence as soon as the growingstrenffth MEACHAM, Executor. And the said Stockholders are farther required to

,,65ibilitY OfUle escape oft"c prisoner. similar to the present. In this, the distances between of our institutions no loncmr-,..-- reauir.d --- -.. Gadden County June 5, 1832. .42-.. tt take notice that the second instalment of four per ceut :
Stock ot'said Bank is
-:00000I :- thc ponds are so short that the current "f wu- e his support. His career in this respect 3. n on the Capitol payable on tha ..
G.---SAMLIIN 19th day September next ensuing the dale hereot
ler would be acquired through the canals resembling the river of the i
ofactttOfOut connecting great Alps, which BEN CHAIRES .
fa'forroTith! the following copy : ., '
I We ban been them together, and with the river above and below descending from the snow-crowned summit, HAV'i.jnst received by late arrv- R. K. CALL "". ._'
Chief Justice to our Delegate in '
I venerable would tend effectually to keep them clear of sand pours a fuller current through the plains of JAMES :\fcMULLI "to' --

1 Mibject of the induction ofTropicC should this method be when. JOHN G. GAMBLE, .
nSTC.ss' on the improvement adopted. Thereis Italy, they thirst and languish under -- HICHARD HAYWARD ,

into this Territory--Several hundied copies another route by which this obstruction in the river summer suns. in short, of this Alfred of the 2000 Pair Negro sho.u* id Brogans, C.ALLEN, : ;: "-
plants
J referred to were distributed by the Deleldelrusl c ai be ovtTi'ome. This is a Bayou which runs nearly Western World, I: may be said with truth, 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fustains, "' ROBT. W. V ILLIAJI-S, .&'f
Q,flbe Report parallell with the chain of mentioned 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and Satinetts n TURBUTT R.BETTO
wil be the means of a wakening pub- ponds which that his destiny and piim-iples\ so happily concurred : I ,
would ire about 400 100 Do. do. Point Blaiikets, Commissioner
rteI[ req yards canalling through a that be .
here, and stimulating emigration to ourlyn1'crritor I was not only the most meritorious 100 Do. Rose & Duffile do., Tallah4 e, tune 18, 1832 44--tf
attention swamp to connect it with the! river above the .
jic bridge.It but the most useful patriot who ever lived. 20 Bales Jomestic Sheetings & Shirtings, &c. .
( )'. would be quite as expensive and much less eligible 15 Dozen Wool Hats, 'j AttachmentGreen .

-:oooooo:- than the other route. 500 Pieces Stripe & Plaid Domestics, fl.L u-un-s,TS. Ben) Defendants i:>>

IhcIIMOSD, by 24, 1832. From the Natural Bridge to the he\d: of the river is DCrO 150 Do. Scotch Bagging, U Chaires,Execu'or, and Bet- I THE suit will tako

qr-The report of the Committee of Agricul-I; about 13 miles; the whole which distance is entirely On the Stntnst ;Mrs. A* j iiA JANE, censortof _..........N"JffJ,.. e n........_ sy: FloydiExecatrix' of Da- notice: that application
Dcr Doct Pcrin f r which I am From New-Orlean.. the Schooner vis FloydJ deceased, James I will be made to the Superior -
tllrt on the memorial of artless for navigation on account of the numerous obstructions Fabian Armistead,in the 17th year of her age, at the by S.Linn,cad Elizabeth Linn, 'I Court of Leon -J.' .

deJll-d to your )iolittattention, was received on my conla n-d in it--These obstructions consistin residence of her Father, (Mr. M. Jordan,) near Aspa-. NATIVE late Elizabeth Floyd, Chas. County,at the next October .

tdUYfl from the Court at Raleigh. I have read it with impenetrable cypress swamps at short intervals laga, Florida. 150 Bbls. WHISKEY, FloydRolcrtPloydGabri. I term,to foreclose

jfflt'rCSt. from each other; in which the water spreads into a Ii seldom tails to the lot of friendship lament the 50 Half do. old do el Floyd",Thomas C. Davis a mortgage given by Davis

*sit p we -r wth of the tropics can 1>C transplanted ad'wrtoudrto wide space, without! having any distinct channel for early cab of one beloved so welL .Thtf'trials of scvr ,100 Bbls Superfine New. Wheat FLOUR, and&. Mil Davis.' sole he ITS )I Floyd, to Henry M.
100 Co11DttLEROE100 !! atativesofDavisFloyddccgtsed.
n F10"1121'thc culture must be extremely the passage of it-and where there is a channel, it is illness w hich lasted many months were'borne with uni- Pieces Heavy Kentucky, BAGGING, refg Brackenridge west-halfof the, on Norths-the

profiuble to thai part of the union, and consequent- completely obstructed by logs and trl"eshich hay 4'inn patience,and her last moments were cheered by 10,000 Lbs. Middlings &. Shoulders iCOJV, west quarter of section t nine, township one, range ."He.

1 desirable to the whole United Sutcs. The Sisal fallcn across it-Thc best navigation that can be Siad thc pr .sped eternal llife in the bosom oCher Redeemer. 5 Hhds. Canvassed JWJHS: south and east, and the east half of the North F'ts-t

!* particular appears to be among the most v.il2pnJuctons in this part of the river will admit of scows or flat boat She left a* infant daughter, and a most devo- 50 Boxes &. Kegs best Richmond TOB.1CCO, qu&rterofaection ei;ht,township one, ran c ont,!I. '11 h.
of nature. The description of its only. ed husband viih relatives 20 Do, Porter and ALE, and east, said land lying: in the County of Leon und .
feel the
: many to rending 10 Dozen Collins' & Cos. AXES Territory of Floriua. GEO. 'V WALKER .
D1.l)' be ra her.eaggeratCd, still the expcnSewgbt The country around the head of St. Marks river is ang; -Wh. 5 memory lingers over the spirit of a de- 100 fiJGS SHOT. AI..y 22, J832-4O-tOct. ltf'sAtl'r ,

to be made. I trust the app'icauon! ofLI. esteemed thc' most fertile of any equal extent in the pa r-eu frtwe. repine at heaven's decree, but rather _ _ _

Ferine may be successful. Territorj-Coiton and sugar arc its* products for mar- .a LIS -ej.arc fv-r that inheritance our friend has goneto BARGAIN. Administrator's Sale.

I thank you for this mark of your recollection, and I ket. The expense transporting thes :articles c\vi sa..'*e. BE SOLD .
i WILL at pubic
untritb great: respect and esteem, a sandy road of upwards ol'20 miles, and the injury .y Youth a.id 'he opening rose 4Jlr! T HL. Subscriber: \vill sell cry, the residence of the late Edward out-Sim-

Your ob't. servant.J. MARSHAL... land carriage of the latter article, are of serious moment May luok like things too glorious for decay, I the Store-hoDoo and tot on the corner.At' son, the personal property of the deceased, and two

to the interest And smile death but of Broad and Appalachia streets. It is saidto Negro Women : Terms Credit Notes
planting greatly retarding: the at thouart not of those, and approved
Jos.1\1' -hitc. Te the best stand for business in the Town of
Mag- securiti
Hon. prosperity ofthe'.ountry. The trade at the port nfSt That wait the ripen'd bloom to seize their required. Further particulars ..n day of
prey. n-ilia be situated in the
:- of
-roooooo 'ng center the Town. and at sale, which will be oa-Tuesday the tenth ofJul
WASHINGTONMay 28, 1832. Marks, which the improvements now making in the the junction of some of the principal roads leading to next. day 11

Dew Sir-You will have cI'n from the amunciai i harbour are intended to benefit, mus in a very great \\ c know when moon's shall wane, the place and within a few steps of Ihe market. This I THO SIMSON Adm'r.

the rs here that we have two new Judges, i measure depend upon the facilities transportation: u. When autumn's hue snail tinge the golden grain, property (together with some appendages! which if required I May. 1832 38. 8w
lion of pain abil- die interior it be that But who shall teach us, when to look for thee?- will be included with it.) will be sod! a bargain -
therefore
to add, men ,f f first rate can hardly considered
nd it affords me pleasure applied for soou. It neednly (be borne in mind JOSEEP
rw!, character, legal learning-The pretensions of the these improvements would be complete until the riveris Itis when spring's first gale the estimate is 30,000 Bales of Cotton to be hipped| I, LJDDIt _

tw just rcjened you will see from the papers: I sent made navi.'able 10 as high a p-nnf as practical! Comes forth to whispeu where the violets lie? from this pott, next season (and the present appearanceof \STP t.ol I.J P1 1 if '\ "Q

For the flat boat navigation requited from the above It is when rosesinour the crops which never was better jutiika the cal- tr.. and i1a1 J1tItA U
t paths prow pale culation.) to satisfy the business man that 'hib is the( 1. ..ns Swedes Iron, .ne
/understand that Col. Gadsdcn recommended W.aNu.alrq. I consideration, a channel 30 feet wide and two feet Iiior.ahlp. 6 : J;
I : They have one season: -all arc ours to die! juncture to make investments in this town. The 6 Crates Crockery Ware,
:; :rtnj tint Governor Duval rccommcnd- t'eep) is all i hat is deemed necessary; for which the following Building ia 36 feet long by 32 feet wide. one and a half 100 Cast Iron Ploughs,

eJ-CoJ.J. \N" CampUell } county. estimate is made, viz: Leaves nave their time to fall, stories high It is a frame l.uitding ceiled, with counters 50 Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prime,)

Tm Presid.n- declared th.!? he would not appoint For excavating 5235 cujic yards of And flowers to wither at the north wind's breath,p shelves, and other fixture: with a conn/ing room 10 Hhds. BACON, .

ninUi-T. rritor\! The reason (as I am informal earth: n- the natural bridge,. . . . .550,00 And s ars to set-but all, in the rear It has: a selling room above with a fireplace 50 Bbls. Fresh FLOUR,

any mm present) a'S si
by 1\ pcnteman, m the and that complaints I cypress irfet N.c, . . . . . 1,000,00 c . ii c to a general business: wholesale and retail for 50 BMs. N. E. RUM, J .
vet, two name* Territory, which it baa been used for the 3 years it has been built.It 10 Tierces Cheese,
Labourers 250 a.s.3,7. O.f.:- I stands on Lot 50 feet 100. broad 30 Bbls. MACKEREL
of ui-'fivoringone ot them to an unrearnnble a by fronting oa st. :
wercnoif '
'Contingent . . . . 1,700U .
expenses which at the main business 3 Bales
't:, and ,\Ut in future there should l he no III present w street.Persona Osnaburghs,
ex. iJ J. ..at i::) 1.a.i wa.'u. desirous of purchasing: will please call and 30( Dozen Bottled Cider,

t.1u&l( f'r sjet4 l'o.npi\ints-l wish'd the n d Judgesreappon :'; 87,0000U A. t" A \.1 ..i iio subscriber some examine for themselves. Fcr the information of those Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Buli: '

,eu, Wi:*.ved lInt thc j c. ,pIe du,:red it, :andcfcar Amount available: funds for improvingSt. ., jme in the mon h .>f April last, a at a distance who are anxious to locate in this section it L WIJfES oe various kinds, .

: T'_" 4Inm, ( ttdd thc! -:nce it was decided I 6r'"nM' r.:1l1eft: may be well to add that the present belief of the closest Fresh OLIVE OIL,
:Marks harbor is
above wh'U estima-
r.lJu.ts., a.id since the .'ei niory *s so far under thc II MILES. observers ia thai this town i is destined to be equally: BUTTER CJLJCKERS, .
ltd will :>e necessary: to complete said if not more healthy than TallahuJee.101 term Lard, Butter
banor.h: c. .pill as i'l txc.ud-. "'s citizens fr n> office: apply ,
improvements . . . . . .2,500,00 the property of the Rev. Mr. to L. BURNET & Co. I And an add!' i-'nil SM 'nlvnf
I am ;> 1lft1tnat 'S e have been furuu.a:' in the sel.cti :-
gr Amount n'quired to be appropriated to _ _. -: !If >>lsden County. JULES is a- Magnolia, June 12th 183243 tf. i, m. u m ,,
l: n OJ'wo jentk-n.tnso; : able, and unexceptionableIhaxt complete themLprovementsofthe river . .4,500,00 -iu 2a t.trs: of age, 5 fert 10 inches high-any person Which with >1I. t'-rm .: : : kfl\ Ii J .Ad.: 'icidsuice: 1519,%3th! IriveaUo With &c. fe C'frinj the aoonamed boy so I get him or de Territory. of Honda, > Iri low for C3SH, COTTO, or HIDES.

the {'Ilcasure t,'an :.tpquanane: : with Judge Cameron I, great respect liver: !.:: him to me in Tallahassee shall receive the a- Jefferson County. $) Chancery. Magnolia, April 3d 1S32. 33 tf. '
(Signed) GEO. W.LONG, l h.I\'c llewu.d. JOHN K. CAMPBELL.June .
eiui unve'i 14' 01,'jHa i-'n In r-wirmneudinjr: them as cn- -
Lt. Art'y. Eng. Department. : 19tn 43.). 44 tf. BEFORE his Honor Jhomas Randall, Jud e of:
LuiuedJ :..i ,nial Jud;.s who will ;pivc; sit.siACti General C. GRATIOT. Court for the Middle District ofFL.rida New-Store inTiv.Su ch-iiiinv.

:: '1. .-sbcic leave---u- inform: --the CIIIZfllS.:-, f ;
Chief U. S. A.
t.. ,n ti .ty nr)t ue intpj>ro'iriate to conpratvla ; Engineer, 4S I shall be ab> nu -,rs m months from the Territory Lodowick :Staplelon, Jacob ) en County and its vicinity, that they have

ui<. ie"i'i !' oj)'maiicw era i our country .he -:0000000- I t 13\'C appointed Leslie A. Thompson, Pyburn and Didama his wife, appearing opened a store in this place, where will always be ,
flf Esqr. my substitute as U. S. Attorney for the middle who was Didama Stapleton, IT affidavit found a good assortment of Seasonable Goods such as;
Nucleus: : i is no j"J.! < r lie Live frutnhnee swarms
A DILL district of Fl-trida, and nISI nry attorney in fact andat William Stapleton, John M. to the satisfaction DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES,

oftccre.c'f'ftli .j tuck hoiKV: it i m Trt usury bloswualltii ; Extending further the right of 'cbenture to the port Law. JOHK.. CAMPBELL. Shannon,and Amelia his wife, == of the court, HARDWARE, CUTLFRY, -
lt rt 8cui: h.'d s anl I w ii. ;.:uethe majoritypary Juno 19 h -832.: 44 tf. who was Amelia Stapletonthat Harrison CROCKERIES GLASS-WARE,

as nai.)' <*li.cs "s ti'e .>.ority: party to ri store of ivcyVct aud! akeiin; ihe limits of Key West. Dsntal Notice. Job Staple-ton, Seaborn SupMon a' H. Lothrop, & SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c. &.c.

PJU.IC: c in-I.c'ce i c.uid i/tvc !xni: wcll-h\\c\'cr, Be il enacted by the Senate and House of Jiepresenta- and Z-no Zenalhan, Lov'tM.Jamcs; The "'hoh of whi.h will be soldas cheap as thc 7 '

I h.u routeuwith i he prese. t oiT-.ccrs and hope they tire cf the United States of America in Congress DR. S. W. COMPORT, Dentist. and Serenzo Minor, children Defendants\< in can be purchased this far from Navigation. They invite .
assembled
of Wm. Staplcton, dcceaset1, E the above Bill, their friends and the public generally; to call an i
Will Ul: \ tii: rc.cl\'C'.i: in the Tcintory.IfceaJ That all ships or vessels, and merchandise, arriving FROM !' ,-Wishes to inform the cit- and who sue by their next :: are out of the judge for lhensc-ives. They respectfully solicit a share
I i':.>r y.iur gr.ttiacj.tion a.ahyn letter from Chief of Tallahassee, and vicinity that he will friend and jruardian William Jurisdiction ofStaplctoi.Coniplaiziants. of the public patronajrc.: TAYLOR & KLE1 .
in the United States
from and after the thirtieth
visit that place about the first
Justice: .ars.a.: of June, to spend a 'j thc Court. It is o1in'.ve AI'ri1311; 1832 n33 tf.
_
day of June next, from the Cape of Good short time in practicing his profession. He will N. B. The .1
With great respt-cr, S..c. Hope, perform vs: .4 ordered on motion storage! and COMMISSION BI'-
JUS.1.. WHITE.n. I or fiom any place beyond the same, haIl be admitted tificial every Teeth operation of the best included kind in Dental Surgery.A .- John Stapleton: Lovit M of Gco. Y. U .. 'E Sj will be carried on as usual at St. Marks.T. .
inserted in any manner : James, J. Harrison, II. LathVanler I SoliciJ & K.
\ IL'osll! to make entry at the portllf entry ot KeyVest.. required, and any number. The natural set filed, rop.-Defendants. J tor fr complainants 6- I

-:'HKIOOO:_ SEC. 2. .ind be it further enacted, That, hereafter, Scaled, or cleansed, and plumed: rcnderin them and the said defendants are hereby directed anti DOCTOR'S WILLIS & RAX-
T-J TIL. LD1TOR UF THE FLOfi/D/J.V. beautiful and sound, old roots, or fangs, and deseased DOLPH
required to appear and onswcr the Complainants Bill having associated themselves in the
all the purls, haibors, shores, and waters, of that teeth extracted with
Itis Ju iJucj; i tv.iy MCI* uis-jiostdcitiZMi ltlnd: afJrtl'1I1,11. caution and skill. All ra'esc.f of Complaint on before the 1st Monday in Novem- practice of MEDICINE, otkr "their professional
part of Florida extending: from Indian river to Cape diseased gums treated upon the most scientific princi ocr, after the date of this order that in default .
... il.t Judicutry in ihtlaiihl'ul: i5clurje of pIes. or i services to the citizens of Tallahassee and its vicinity .
l hi Sable, and of the islands opjxfeite and nearest thereto thereof, the complainants Bill be taken pro confuso i'lieir office Is on the N. E. corner of the '
duties, and a ..icld it as: far as possible from the Superior Dentrificc for the teeth and gums furnishedto ngainst them the said Defendants. Provided a t

tUsauluof falfc'.hondaud maievckuce; to which as i is to : be, and the same arc heieby, annexed to, and shall From the patients.DR. COMFORT'S this: order) shall lit inserted in one of the public copyof -CapitalSquare January 3d 183' 20t 1 1
of the collection district scientific knowledge and professional News-papers printed at Tallahassee and t
be1 torm a part of Key West. published
lIl'ntttllL is in anew commuuity tOt much expo- experience} he believes he will be able to ren- therein, once a week for four month. Which is accordingly Leon Superior Court.
SEC.: 3. Jlnd be it furthtr enactedt That the proviso der general satisfaction to those feel
sti whomay dispos
WitLuns'Nuixiciion, the undersigned believing so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.A JAMES OGILVIE, & |
tHat of the third section of the act of the seventh of May, ; rtf)-laittnai! allegation contained in thc article' N. B.-His materials are of the best kind. H. i
W. MATHERS Jr. Clerk.
one thousand eight hundred and be and vs:
ti twenty-onr, :Ma'15.: "32. 1
iced'4zjamtJcii" 39 tf.
] published the Floridian of June June 5th 1832. 42 4m. EDMOND KLEIN. J

E 1 Hhhcr j.u.! .r tha' the facts arc grossly misrcprc the same is hereby, repealed, so far as respects tht NT-B,-Or. COMFORT has now'' MedicalI I ALL persons are requested to take notice that tlm k

port of Key West, Together with all such other has been commenced writ of
'r.ud: are inducedoluutanly &.without parts arr.v. J, r. paled to receive calls, He wiil ,be &1 aijy request <
' of said act as are inconsistent with the provisions of f found at his room in Me.: Brown's Hotel. attachment B. F. COOPER.
. and wiihyut the knowledge of the Judge) to render TallRh" S'f>, June 19th 1832.NEGROES.On. BEGS !leave w inform his friennds and the public My! 15, 1832. 39 _6w. 11
the present act. : ly.'bat he has
I-1 just returned from the -
ir testimony,m this manner to that -pcint. ., ; Q Monday north, (whither he was necessitated to go,) tndnow JOSEPH LADD.11flAs :

InJuuc to thf .iudge, it isdicmcd proper to state I RICHARD HLNUT LEE be sold holds himself ready to attend all professional calls.- received
at Schooner Delta, from Chaxes
: I His office is the per
fonhr that the s 5wn of the Court in Leon County From what has been said and written of'thi3 in the county of Jefferson, 28 Tallahassee June one formerly occupied by Dr. Jtkin. ,
( F, slaves, belonging to the estate of A- 5th 1832. 42 tf. 10 Tierces RICE
Udiatdy it ,
lrcC't'oing that inG adsden) was unusually distinguished man, appears that from the
, I am J. Cabell deceased. Terms made Be it ordained by the Town Commissioners for the 35 BUNDLES HAY,
: '
; () April:and continued nil "May y, with but one short I to th'ir end, he was for patriotism, statcamanihip JOHN G. GAMBLE, Exec\. or. this act, there shall be assessed, and collected, an annual 'fR nl 'M. Mtv\ 1st. 13?. :37 tf.

: &.';?:lUbIOI). IheJtulg*, a* detained in LeonCountjiCh3.riog and oratory, regarded as the Cicero February 28th 1832. 28 ids.rTHTHE Tax of one dollar on each and every unimprovedlot Jas. 1). Westcott Jr. & J. P. Booth
adjoining the streets arround the ,
01 his lie was remarkable sale of negroes above advertised is postpond immediately public -
j an in>pcTta-: oaj ital case until tht hour of country. even JL untill :Monday the 25th day of June next: on square, and the sum of fifty cents upon each and HAVE formed a Law partnership in Florida. The

epirturc for G ad?.d<.n. By \.n act of the last ses- I .IU11 'lst the crown of patriots' fur a sensitive which day they wi.l be sold to the highest bidder, at every other unimproved lot within the Corporate limits of the former is Tallahassee, and of
: 1nh and impatient love of liberty; and this he encur- Monticello in the County of Jefferson. Terms ,of of the Town aforesaid. M. BLUE, the latter tt.West Point, Appalachicola Bay. Business -
, !!Judge was xpres.-ly requin: d to hold special aged and inflanir by a fond contemplation sale Cash. PASSED, April 5th 1832. Magistrate of Police. entrusted to them in any of the conrts Florida .

'ttmin Hamilton County,on Monday! -Jie 21st of;May, of those bright and melancholy examples JOHN G. GAMBLE. Executor. duincy, June 5th )*32. 42 3'. or the adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will
,
f. May 1st, 1932. tds Persons indebted to the subscriber be strictly attended to. Aug.3d, 1831. SOtf
& Lthilo are respectfully -
the Court .n Gailsdin until the latsthour which the victims ancient and modern ..A
ty- I, requested, to call and settle their accounts To those afflicted with Corns
letlluld! do so and .e cnaLlcd to reach Hamilton as re- ranti) have kit in the characters of Phocion, I : AKIANNA. HOTEL.t .- either by note otherwise. U

I.tedlylaw. of '. ato, of Sidney, and of Russell. This U ,, .LYJL: ui;>lic entertainment bv* or FREDERICK TOWLE. T relief H}; celebrated Albion Corn Plaster; affordinfant '
' I THOMAS J. HOLMES. and at the same tim dissolves and drawf
1 [SI/.uf/. by Several Membergofthe Bar.] gave to his classical 1 and chaste elocution, atone 17, 1831. 6tf. January 17th 1332. 2:1tf: the Corn ont hv- the mats_ witHnnt the leut n inCIUTIFICATE.

!uncl0IS32. of depth and inspiration, which, set offas eoruary .-"To those afflicted with Corn on _
Administrator Notice* their feet I decertify, that I bare used the Albion Cora
P. i it wa.i by a IDftjestic'figure, a noble countenance COTTON.TB1HE _
S. If'TIampilrn" tn show himself ., of Administration Plaster, with
} chooses LETTERS having been grant- complete success. Before I had used one
? and a graceful delivery, charmed whileit SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the Cit- subscriber box it
rojjria Persona and wishes &c. the upon the estate of Samul- completely cured a Corn which had troubled ma _
\. **Oe any explanation roused or convinced his auditory. Thoughhe .1. izens Georgia and Florida that he has commenced Jarrett, dec'd-Notke is hereby given to all persons for manyyear I make this paWIc for the benefit Or _

j $'fthe subscribers to the above are left with the never poured down upon agitated assem- the manufacture ofOOTTONGIN8 boring demands against the estate, to present them those afflicted, with that painful: complaint. _

.. 44or for his benefit. blies, a cataract of mingled passion and logic duly authenticated, within the time prescribed by WM. 8HA\V. .
" his law ; and la those indebted, to make without Flushing, L. I. Feb. 28."
U at shop in Decatur County, Georgia near Mr. payment
-roooooo ,
:- like Patrick vUited the excited
Henry lie
yet Sandborn's Store,near the Florida line. delay. C. H, DuPOIfT, Adm'r. PRICK,50 cent abox.TR. .

WASHINGTOK, May lR, 1832. attention nd wbajited, fancy of his hearers, He pliers- for Sale, at low prices, a number of Cotton With the will annexed.

t0tTSitThe Committee on Commerce in theSe-, with a n. ulated frnv of harmonious language:, Gins which he warrants to be good ofquality &.well fin Gadsdcn Co., Florida April 10th 1832. -8w. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS, _

***have agreed to re port as an amendmant tOft' bill gene tons ;eutiment, and lucid argument, ished-His Gins may be returned when not approved NOTICE.THE and a little attention to their timely administration wil- : .'

\ .lich has passed; the House of Representatives, a protlaiOD which like the st-earn ofa far-descended flood of on 1i trial-Those desirous of purchasing would do nsaally ensare a. mitigation of these disorders, and sent _

I Ppropriating: the sum specified in the within had more of the force than the noise of a tor ":Leltcis to call addressed on me. Subscriber Co-partnership hereforr existing cinder the erally effect a core. The Pill are also an easy and egfectaaT --. '\'
I the at Bainbridge
rt for thr to of UJTJirjBiLIB & BILIBttSft: was l remedy for the symptoms proceeding a&4etn*
jT/ / object d inatMJ.: This sum judriousxpcnded : rent.In ,Geo. or Tallahassee, Florida,will be punctually alien dissolved by mutual coJientIn the 2bili of April paoyinf the Asthma. and Consumption. Far: Colfr,

)' !! at I am sure it will be by the efficient hi:* personal character, he was just, be- ,i-dd to JOHN WATSON. last. ELLIS H. BUELL, I Cough. difficulty of BreathiD tightne and *|!iiFite

V i1I 11f?.lf'5ccr cnn.ed in the operations on...thc river, nevolent, and high spirited; domestic in his May 22 183240.3tntntfjtvatovB' EDWARD KLEIN. across the chest. Wheezing, pain.iah ;ide. Spitting

j| o ; rtatimportancc to all the Eastern part of and too be ambitious of Magnolia, 5th Jnne 1832. 42 4w. of blood. &c. Few case can occw of any ofthi* _
('nt"d the whole of Jefferson County. tastes, proud to po !!.otfce. The ,undersigned is authorized to settle the business Jaw of disorder in which the pnrshaaer of Dr. R lfe> -

Will'you: be so good as to give a place in your paper pularity. I! ALL persons having demands against. the Estate U of the late firm. E. KLEIN.MEDICAL. Pill'" will not find a rich retarn lor their trifling expert* _

1.0 t e RCIrt. : Charles Harrison, late ef Jefferson County iture. _
With WASH! .\ UTON. dec'd, will take notice that, unless they are presented I Price-whole b.?, 1 r -4. 'h '

great respect, This illustrious without W the 26th of June next, they will be forever bar Pills, 50 cent I _
man, advantagesfrom
Youa friend andObedient red. L. BL KOBISON,- Administrator.May The undersigned fiave formed a partnershipunder

Sereant, birth wealth, or education, left' for the 1st 3832. ,31 \ 8w. the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE, for the NOTICE.THE _

, admiration of posterity, a character, which fsacknowledged practice of the different branches of the science
JOS. M. WHITE. BMC! of West Florida cloned Mt
To Planters. will be at
'WL .
S \\.n.IO:;,Eq.F by the world to place hitu of medicine. They hare on hand an extensive this day. preparatory to iu erootal to A p.

-:oooooo:- foremost in the first clans of greatness-prin- FOR SALE.-4 .Copper Boilers, upply of fresh medicines which they will dispose T1te.bicola. at which.place it will be epea on the 1 d1

fotmdatorum imperiorum. lie was nut Copper Dipptr Skimmers und Scoopi. at of on liberal terms. Their office is in WebbrilJe, of this month. .
atR MicsouA, February 15). 1832.to ceps reduced prices.-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stone Jackson County. H. B. CREWS, By order.f the Board. ,
admirable for eminent for .
-Agrcabl.y to ynur inRtmcliona I have made genius, learning -
; !: Apply to BETTON EMORY. IIlIl \.P. TI10S. BERTBAM, Cashies.
wammation of the River St. Marto ebveoMagaoUa( I distinguished: for eloquence, or remarkable for Mt.y1S,1Sfl 3 tJ".1 WebbviUe, April 1th .i o. i- Jose 2d lq. 0 .. at; oJ< _



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._ Ii AMFRICA HO tL AUCTION. NEW-BOOKS. J.Mitnt2

I ill-CKlVhix st tbu Gillcc, i ri.pucc of THIS Institution. will be open for j curt 4*

: 4J J -..., JLM -Seaward!* Nurrame,-AloonV life of on the first Monday of July *(
,
S WILL sell fn Friday the 15lh day of June, at the zera1d\I11T'5 Byron-Lv*. ,- ; of f the superintendence of Mr H. K..V' Mlo. '

1 Auction llouni, a general assortment of FURNITURE the 1. fcmprtss JosephineCturt and Can-p ol Nar-0- A large and commodious edifice j is now nt f' I

iJ Viz: leor.f-PulMtineorihe( Holy Land-Lm* and voya pitted in Unpleasant and healthy Tillage ?

S Sideboards, Bureaus, Tables Chairs, ge.* of early Navigators. School can where fje,obtained and in the in respectable vicinity families.which, |ocd

: A nuantijy of TIN \\ ARE, and CARPENTER'S .7 general assortment of In this Seminary, voun men will be ru

t 1 TOt LS; 4-c. Jjooks;-Stationery, admitoion into any college in the United Sa'4"

Also Most ofthe Irons Saw Mill. the study of of the liberal ** \
his f1inid.I belonging to a any professions. *
informs .
I I Subscril rcsprrtfully Cutlery.
.The strictest attention will be id
THE
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JNO. WESTCOTT Jr. pa to the
I 1 die public generally, tat hr has routed the m Sh
'qLSO. of the
large oommudious building on the AVc&t side of the and so15;! wholesale and Rc- May 29 41 tds.N. Forte and h manners pupiband to prevent T*
_LI MADE GIG A \ "lection of new Music for the Piano tnimccsiary expenditures, funds tofk
sale
John! ;. r. I ha\c at private and elegant entrusted .
Capitol Squap The,House formerly occupied asa tavern thoroweh by Frederick coantri-.Md. by C llerston.. god JIUrSC Will be taken in exchuanre.I. Fli.teT All "1 tUtich will he .!ld mw for ca'Ii net'itltt. surer, or the principal, will be strictly applied **

Downer. having undergone a concerned in the Paten with Dr. Judktns. % d ILLIA3I VLLON. purjf-o-vfcs, and within the limitation*

,p repair, will be the ready for th-'reception cj" (Boarders and The above Ointment is S offered to the public as a I. aluable Property Jor Sale. pro Tallahassee, May 29, 1S3J. 41 tf. I The principal of tic institution is a prescribed.gentlemanit! *-

Visitors' 13h iru>t. eat* and certain remedy for those ob-lir.atc diseases, bcral education, am? lias acquired '"
considerable
t. JOHN W. REAVES. some of which hare so long baUled the skill of medical A Plantation consist- f:5: r111E TRUSTEES ol Quincy A- t rienreand reputation in hispruf sion. **""

-l 'oience. .u ; 1 CiO.icres, first-rate hind iAI' -u-- hiin:: made arrangements with Airs.SXELL : The distinguished healthiness the Yilb
ia-1-my *
New store on the Suwannee.MV 1st White Swcllixigsof every description.Jd *vine 3 ir.ilts above Webbvilltr.i in illation to U'Uidjns, hate bceu authorised cheapness of bordinare anonthe nuiny ad'

; ? :t h : Sore L'-gs and I'icersuf long standing.3d Jackson County, fonneily t" it uyMn to that she will furnish! Board, W ashJnjnnd LM! j jjcs atfordcd by the location of this institution,
say aI
P *
w F u
0 I L a IutOF& at the : Schirrusor) lilandulai Tumours, particularly : LMJ., 25U arrt.s of which has bten irt!, at the rate of eighty! dollars per session 11 ten I Trus-tce* have every reasonable assurance

.,____ 3\f open toe hardened tumours in women's brtN1tS which oftantiaies j. a d ti.'tr or five years ; likewise, the Plantation IiOfltIi.i he Tru. iec "unid respectfully rcconi- l character of the histitutiou will merit a liberal
;f f,- ; ,j t.,. >ir.v .uim-c niid ithlac.'heRiv teiinmate ulcerated eanrfr.1th .-. \Wbb\ille rerly James
in j I mile from owned by Hon. mend her to Parents, as a Laxly with! wfcons'the man- I I age from the pubhi'I .
1 : s aUiyt tit r>i .-AUiy* IKM, f'r the urjw-Mf Fuluus, or v\Hat some people know by the name i I Webb, consisting ot about 450 acic>, lOu cleared mitTs and moral* of their" children would! be ptrftctly I The terms of Tuition in Mathematics!

4 re'u''in:; anJ f irwardiny::, "r purch. iiig cuf< a and I of Catanh*, of every description.oth '! Jrst rate land and ha* been planted in Cane on3 year. safe. They would further sive notice that Mr. H. K.M'CLIN'I tpnes.rf: 10 dollar! per quarter. aj

$ .Eupnlyhv: : tlr.- aJi.ircntiuntry with >ds. Tit! :v mrnd Ultvumatic Pamsof thejoiiiU.l Likrw.-c the followi.ig in:provcnicuts ia the town of OCK is still! at the head I f the instittiUun. ? In the English! department, 2d class $G 25Payable
er nin n tXTe xnd w.\rr-uiu.-e! and iutnz i l Spian ai-.d iJruiM.-cf c'ely description or in : I\ IieI I '
Board can -il5t.be obtained one miit from the Villaue 3L (Li) s; oo 1'
P !ll 1 K.ai! helvv.v4 T I 11: j.- int and the tow n ojlii I.an '- whatever ituato.7th I per
pait > One two story frame Dwelling house 4 1 by 30 feet.Onu at the same rates. at the end of the frm, when the
:o dor <*o.ton ; r-Tohistd ai cuht-r place wii! beIrtrvvardcd i letter, of all kind1 thi-complaint! the patient -
do. do. do. do. do. 43 by 30 feet, WILLIAM FORBES, ia f 4'ra longer term than one quarter.
by them at a rc.tsiiahit fn i ilit.. Thcv '- ill the 'hutmeat must kei'} tlie part
iu applying with double Piazza in front A for admission
be
p a now occupied as a Secretary Lii th Beard of Trustees.M.iy21 pplication to made to il T *
1)Ur-It'4, cotton, liid-*>, .uui detlvin>, and vill hut uit of vva'ercth Publ!: House.I l 1S32. 41 GtSleel > i urer.I .
'c-ws'antly :ii I and nncx en-hr i- r ; 'i it, of f<>i!: o ? Chiliilams!: or parts affected by froI -!. : I
I Frame dwelling House 42 by: I"5, Piazza on both JOHNATHAN ROBINSON !
all s.ripi'-: >, shas Pr .VIK.IUUr<>cems, llxrii It is als. one of the best lenu-dies fr Burns and
Giny.IIE
1 I i ?idt >, \try highly rinisheil and beautifully tualul. B/ouiiis/ Saw Cotton C. H. DU PONT,
and Halv! \.ar: < .si :li-h and A'ir-t'fl: Dry.( -. I I 1 6U) by 30) fet: occujiicd Ly Jair.cs 3!. AVM. NORWOOD, '. Tr
S i Tin-'vAre, Dr1 "..1 I \1cliCts, I J.tt. Saddles! Sh >ts short tinif.I McUmmy. II. AVUOTKN '.

Cr ri'y ;'Ti t I :,- \ -.ro, "a!*, Iron. -' J, :c3j' ; & t I For l.iilamcd! Women's Urea-'., and (ilanduiar, M Frame store CO bv 30 lltt occupied byMarsl.ull pr Subscriber has an assortment HENRY GEE.:, j S

\; :ufi 1?; 1 1&* ";!. 3C -> f SvvLiJmj;> it i? uperior u' Jiiv mt'diciue, vet Unoxva toItheniedrcji I. EUi. (ii Bl'-ii'-.t's bttt S-tetl Saw Corti.R Gins -"rtd ; By order -f ti.e Io.rtl.

: '. .- -- ---- --- -- I lacuitv It i< much --afei tnau mercurial .7L.SO. Mtroi.i, 3't' to 71 I SavkS, whn h will \ e >oU! at 5j2,2j ziini t JAS. A. DUNLAP

1EW STORE applications. as a di.es r.ot contain the .fl3.te1t1ZIl I per >aw o,. a ( 'rtdi: until the fiat clay ot January May 19'Jj 1S"L! S
rr of any pc.iiItiu.| >$" *l a* inatriial.) because uzurs 1 Fnune store at"the head of St. Andrews' Bay two next, to ouJ n.oiiiib't: n 'rrhaser<. 33.Itit

j: IN TALLAILASSLE.bj not lay the paucnt habie to injury; fioin espo-e to tnrits Inch, 50 by 30 fct.I w BliNJAMIN BYRD.tf REFERENCES.

co! l. Do. 1 story GO by 2feet.. TIIO?. RANDAL, Jtl-m-n Coizt-
: '. tk. tf h.uc thirt 3vn!: din, .11 .
rri L."t 't'r fo: I a n xt stanJinp.
Tin* Ointment has cured
:t ; .kL L. ; \1.IISTE1 ;f ( t.). and is t.jtu 1 \\ I Li :e U i-impossible .ir imprudent to heal tlife.ernai A :Saw: and Grist Mh 0,1 tlie !iivir Ecoif.n, l'') i I I PETLR. OAUTIEU,

: r, a:21 MMO. in coi4.st-qui-.ci' of the bone In-coming: 1 -..ukfi'.ini ;hc ht-ad <'1 St. Andrc% V.uy,--\\ith ai 14 LARGE and cornj.Icte assort- Or t" the T1 "STEES, Gad ieu cwn'y
: G1tOC1'R11*' ran uvr ruf.trii. ii vvjJi I i.iophe: progre? .i tiiecaru *. I] lv tiling h"U.-e OvtT-rtrs ht ---
tlie 0115Zj.1 i % use, CnrtHiiixr-j: Corn I .LI)&_ i.jt m of! : rc*>: i rus ai.J Mct.ichics,just rec':.- : '
; i; LIQURs, & iiicrca-o liie quai.l.tv iJ tne di>chare. remove I :rih: > khour, und nr'. io housts. The s iwiiiilli i rut fo'm I't ik at.d linltimuref-r % tl.! vv:vles.ilt. FRESH DRUGS & MEDICINES.
%e 1IC:4.: aLJ ez-e tlae p.tin.it i* fiul. to ( t' 0 siav = andin .Lut receivcd anti
-u run n :ran f f iei.a and retail. Country Merchants and Prf.euiiVi.cra aun- a large compTete as
IYGthi.DS Whitlows an application
caresUie Felons on
: : vvor.-t or \\-, v.ah a never failing strtaniof w.urr mA-iuit 1 plied on the u.os. acccrnnn>dnu ;: ttrni. I of drIL4! and 1r1ecine5! whii, wl bI

; 4'n: iteh -. bit.1'w! :r: trcI.-, of 1? h. ur< becotu ; firwnrkdiiuhly titensui-,-thuc is hkive on the EIHV. SEIXAS.Dru I whoae! orretail, low f'rali by
1 lUii'Uii-i'I ; !ii.vv ..icli have -: oi M1 long ato
I ;'bIttc. > sti'tioi about if Haia
: I S'J zui.d
*
r ; j s.iv; q'tartiT acrta jr Florida.
st MagnUu JOSEPH::
LAID
betaken -
1 t I : 11 :.'* ir."n-Suar.; .i >v-ti-inalu'! Ji-nrder.! loquiic.- mediciiioto mtv.udy :sHn-k Kiiul p.ut'y' clean d. May 29 II tf Dnzg.
to -eiuve them eutire.v ii Ill m mot conunoa'ca" : i ..Tanuar17ih %32. aS
"
ii' t i : qtIizv.I i 1'l.e a! '.vc properly will1* v. 'd i in v.ich pirre! r.smy
'e-Lv appivins tLs tMi.ticetit! t-xtcruuilv a- dir cttd
anti PU1hfl1Zj :.rit puichabtr.-, for c.ti, crcrtihr, withsat.'ftnry .-.- I
I Iv'-i
V FORD SALE.t
liperiut vLii S Cnt0f
I jit will j.jvc rmef And t-v t n in oid 1t'ojt. > '", security.i ct0 Jiotitt*

: :FR ES.1l i painlnve Id-u of luusertai.d'mg.. it will tae tiiu i S I'4irrrthtr partirula: apply toCharh > A. St.wall, t 4'!'. : I> U KJ. key,
j D4V 3:, I F. FL.iur
,
pain.To j u .\\ ". or to me :U Apiul.u'i.ifola: I5ay btf ic rWlIIE llntlfrSiZfleuJ h hve hem
.M :.:-\ -ea rapai-; : and n.a-Ii'rs of 1 vt>*elthi- ointment 1 .i 15ai> Ceftce, a/ainted Trustetj
( fJ ..,- t t ;i _. j i tii.trrv1.CI : nUf>: l>c voiy vulu! t'lin winter on our roa-t it being 1 uv!" 1 1ai.da'St.: Andrews JdIN IJay: .aftirwnul-:>iVv: ALL.. :!fO"CfTC.Juat I i_ for thrIjeceStof all the creditors of JoLnLani.rmn. .
.cke-e1 i turF They are dtsir.tus (.f s-etthns! the bt0 :
: vi'f Oi'itahi in it'nttlon ("hiiblams or pjitsaficc.cdil ru.ivt 2'J) 1 1-3-2.: 41 I 6t.
AvpiltcliK-Li: Mny ,
4iA. very iie, ui q :zr ih.rt s ih 1iut It irer t.s > iiujUt.i.-( a.i! t'm5 E. SIXAS. i soon as jsiHe, and lhi< end thy request all tfc
S :ut ( hi !.ihIh l I eeiirt r n ll :.:i ye I he !.ev, 6 iui".- '
:
11 dtit creditors their :
,tsi L4af Lard. l.liis er'itti i nn'ia 29! 41 tf t-> pre-eut ciaans a- sccn is praciicabt
Jf.iy ,
< n aid: i i 11-sr bill to P. S. 3I"iK-n, l o. who
( ch 1Jcrrit priM And tho-c mifebitd
i S S 4 Chtr tn : A hi;e maof tf mu.ny rrc\itr the \ahie of II- are requested to liacnhte or pstfctir
: M. i'
S S : '; za1' Sjrtui mi,"! \cilJei.i iiK-d.c.no: :,t b.' >!;t-\\i to th.t'! vvlrjwih eceivecl accounts C. C. >\ ILLIAV, iv

i 5 S S yi cicd-1k : tint].', i iiitltrii ut.tiii on nj pr.cal.on <> l>f lKr ; t I fisst I m. \\ ILL IA3I j Trustee.
'.. llif iiiMierMiriifu liasi 1 .
L Gt E, DENMS.- \
4 5 ijl t autlionzfii a.eit-
4iurtoanv
< :>
5 Si I rheabiJveV.jed.cnif x ltl I'v -} .-t ial apt olncnt (it _lS. ) .tpp "iif: .! atii: and :itt' r. ey in f.ict fur P-H ctonr1IdiL. (>, fn-w Caltinv re,and for sale, April nth
it n '. -r.f <
7lift
i !: S S tii" }paexint iruJ vvarrantt*. i'1' i.u *. L -\a n i irajitl.m'5 a-.t! t-'rtiri-: Carter, and thn hen> I3fLOTICETO
,; 9 I t r 1 L: 1! PIIIIKINS.: Ir.rcei5T. of (: .aries Wiu.ur-sen, and '> irud with the eIre BbI>S. f.c Howard Street FLOUR,

S S k5T re uF.S l'ahn-ee!! February V4:.. 1V.1.; JTlf.t r f lj. ir !Ktnd> :u Florida. All JK : )H> are forwanudfr 13 ii"I M.: .< r.i.i i10 iL,

S tLI.V J.NE. S : i cn..:. i'.ir.i: \\s--t I..i Ou > *n-, and ti.ittl -M. tlrMrnu tti lii-.UiiI>.G>. < SiuqueiDna,) i FUll 1IIASiI !
M ACKLT.
S, t : it.: r.it & < u ;a ;F'i :ui-ui r.t tin- -.-!)' :' r.
4 ., p % 2 :q1 r TIlnLt'ALT.hi L. I OOU LbsU\rON HAM (v r-ifr..) | THE TtnilfTs'irnri! crcl'V pives notice tLaLL

S ; S etui1rv ik. j T the t .jtes Jj J- 1 "\\\\V.'i\i'.l-\! l>nMry l-J'h I 1-S-J. ititf; 1 Any pefi.ii.xwi-.i.! t4' .junt: > f-.i! fi.rn, can havt S r' nnin: LOT 1:1: Ta ;; !.. >*e. upnn ivfclch tEe

S. fi ;S I' .'_t V, "fl1. j \\ :..: ? u. <: >o I iusT I 4 Ih! are !-oti! an orrrun n: ;an'i i |! rain uni.l tit tirT ttt.rv i.y irjv.n-.ibond: wrh ?c- House .staiit!.;, low: ucctjpitd as a Court-house, ii

S S F' rd: ftuiu. ibie-Mt.g.: 'i 1 ( -: t-U: : ilr ti Lti r.i\at.t.ne! *' i& ly bju I 3OHN T. 7XOBj trIy. 'I 1\i k I! \ : : CARi. _Y. hLprupeny-ti-at th title in lie is in him aod

.. S.S S & 'ThUfl1 JC.T. i.uiiu tat- rf ; e : i- f 17th 1531: la Lt with
r.evcr en p2rtcd to ar.v what-
1 : :tf ii' !j1i1T1z'i1 .L\'i i. are ca'jtumned ijninst ptr"ct narcbsj -

1 : :. n1i1 hiS (S. i. : a '. r5% iihtV4J' th- \\ILL I I I pr.ifu'! .' in i4f} C ,i.niit-j of Tlioma- On the! nr. t"'l\.t'MKiy j :ii' tfe san-f, or rcTr.oving tLrft.rn any fatim
July
in next
/
S t. ZItC1 nt- acC t
'
%
t U % t :: pre ,
S 'T. I II 'I-c i Bal.rr LnSinit whatever under '! of Itinu cde Eie!!
tur, Eany! : Don.y, ; T, petv
S :J4 ai.Jii1 air. w.rh: not only blr.cUt--! I tut ILL !' ac 1 :\\ ih. (l.t r5! t'liCe 'f J'.hn C. 1-
I S S 5 w Ej)1' j o UHi.and acc.-Iv.utt-! eir d c.u 1 !iieI ) S !& a fltl tivar'. ii ( tr.ti;,, ;L:. LerrilI S hii Mff.t tu, in (_t. ildtn C'uiry alj. ut t t' Jthtrelor i in b.uTh!> nutice i is srivea, as the

iS 4 !i $ ..v _555.S. r I 1itttec hu 1ht r'a:1n: : Cfl1'I (I l tient I 1 'rta iid! in tht- Ciuiiiltir ,>t f Jack.M.n, Favcttf, 1Itf! iit-d! lifjul of Stock Cattle j Trustee* of Jcim Lauclaraan have thought proper -

S ; at'.. |-r. Sfe- li.o l.eal'hic :M.I: d-.i' ifjol (.iad-dfii, I I.fiui, (-:: .- --) and at tic Aj ppti i.ichi- to advejiise the said lot ii-r sale, a? his prop
t ? ( tfldTfl.a-1 on A crt'J.t; tt.tUt ir.tnthfar! the r.er.t: of tit?
l HARDY VICKEUS.I
in I'Jorida. .
: S s 4(9l anfJ u.v teeth h. atu.lu.ui..t' c iu Bay erty.
: 55 5 5 t: I Price$ Cfc lfVJ. I I April ITiii l I-.L.33! -Gni* htir an-i rnt'irurs of s -.id !ec.J., ir.ali notr VUii j jaj I April 17th IS3-2. 55 _tf.Vr5n0tirai.tr. .
: !: >, ovi J S. -uruv must be untn b* tbr he pnkertv J Jw
.7 ." 4 i* 4'44.tie oit e#* si niMti tl>u outidi -
ill be dflh ..i.L JON. I IMay
t4S UOBINaON. Excciur.r.
A
r5 .
T.! U
S S c -J- 1TY "- -Se 1SU4tt4)I. Kiit I >i DMIMSTKATUKSAOTJCE
-.t; }
lit, 1 b:3-2. 37 .
: : ''i L S S \; tch : i-fl(+ -- S t i1 tate lb. 1 .L _._All j per-"fi la*. n_' tit in-.lid-aj.ih.s ;; t otat -tS.

8' 'r I iU..fl. (( '*Ifl. Y'T \fI i 4 .Mary! 11.'i i h .it.n, I tie t Taila. 5i.s, r. dt ceased, "rNSURAN DrainsLvs dry FIREotI
: S. : a .. S ,-r dtC tJ tu" I5t -" i; -M-d :i!-.i bv 1- cpclt rr ? by

J :j ::'C: ; 8| I 1 i "f-''Lin 1'fji.ircd''lit- I luie t.i t'.scii't-stn' .1! -In l l<\ m.I t" ,uily,-r: thi amncnt.catid.y '_ill!! i ,- turI j I II I have receded! by the late arrivals ;I act.B.;"ftienlnii, r'n appfs.!

j : !. I! I arrtd. UErsJ.G.: T :iiNrurk aril Ban.! : r', a fuiUi.: plvof 1 1ranee Hartford Cour.eci ID
L .A : (CLF. 'l' i5tta. I I .7tf5 coir.n-.ny i. every if
S I : i-i i1 % !I S :uul1rtti i. Fresh lii frs and Chemical j jI I '.:c\titin the {.tir Cash value ..fih* vrr rv n.iistherated.

! a'V i a!ul! >.itTietorv *v.d-r. e. tf iiiiCf'j t.thCtt'f'
35 1EI1} re.S SZdC. I Anvr i! (. ;ii v-r-i i.i\pa and otl.er} Bark-, Q.IU- j rictne< of tht% rtrt 'ch _. -1 j nicTis.nti; i ;' ofBI.v k i'el.ktr, Morphine, Eme
:- iaV j charactf rof apj-Iicanr.. Ti.e soUf-rcv lY:*'
; t11t i and pm.cualr n> tv W ...if. intjluJun. ,
pf. ; i
I :! 'I 1 1C
t a tr l2 LIt'F\- : 1 thc .tuubI! *
: 1 7V// : 4! .. L1k44 flI(1! 3 L.ut- I > E: B. PERKD&
t : r t -jII Ly'I 1 .
A '. 'f tl.t r.-Mial nf J' !
Lite hnTYi.
: !< p1 p' L p .rty t. I I j..v r.i..tu .s of Caj .tn er, Pcikt.tr, i-r.dtr and ;
.
S ttit .'. j.tt 'ata 1cr pi..t-1.t I.'ui' -. ivillLvnia! .< at. :: n, on .*- turdny the I \\ tiver.icr. j Tallahas'e-... C2. !f 3!. 27lf
,
: '1., sre, r--ri r-.f. T.T t .S .i'4. .5 $ ;t aid ctttity. tad unri.I | l.h n.T\: J'lh n' \t .er h lu, !-ir it-M-kno in tht r.1n- Also Lemon -

: I S' IS I it l'i t ezfl' th < lrui *tit i:>e fumt.laiut. tt i -u i y f (i:. d( o, 5i.ai tiii f.f Slaves, Sto<*k, trmii.ir Drops, Pontrelact cakes I FOR NLW ORLEANS!

3 1 n f a. a M : :. fs S I tvH taln iu f ., f.-.i-'i.. a to cuntai' ;j 'ur Hil..->, and lion.vi-holil f.urntiirt1III jure haj > t Iptv, ; ..! ., I liort.'s. uu.-!t. Iiii:1rt IVTvernni't, : rw" 5aIiZ1CI1.
5 t S t11'tUa. \ u. one f.our ..ipjIhCalk1lI Li ztriires-.Jujube Pa>te f;,r Courh and CokToiU- _
1 ;' ; a.t S S S SS j r 'Sitjnv uii of :ctul' !iars and lUuKr llri: MI M, tl.t- > A.
I T -C ohf J -n HV will! rtcjuiredat th. tinuFor all autrs a- j: KohCir'i ctiti'ratti! phi'y' for the (_'h !tra ii'/> 1

; | it lirt't."t cttrt-tiit !!I( Hi-t jrirt-cN' of ncrrnry. or S ;>.xc ten di-lar! six nmn'h- credit w ill he ivtii, I lot i I*. Lowe! C.inj-li.i: .!Vc. ANoFur salt-: Leinoa Srvp.. : PETER 11. SIKiAV 1) ..1Mkr,

: 1 .jJ- rca *reJOuinjredienT.. tn aI l maj> bapnhtit \\itlijierftc flf'.i-o will: ::o.l I *iid .- -> vtil l<- rcqmrtd.JU.VA. j t-f very sur fri.-r Uvah-y rt-d Warr.u.e.i Pun, AV : irhviLU "U ill run .is a irjr.I'r Packet fcttweea

S : Sl-: I"X.. 'i '- t1'. J L- > IL.! : 1 3 s-tsejv b\. | : naiit le.ualeor tu children at lU'CLNbO.N' A dia r. j \ : sol., btU: Clal: o v I>.-z.n at Ncu; : Yt-rk '' .areaand N--w trkan.! i'.r ns the presec'l e354Il. -

:: l>jir 3 r* t, !I'I I reel i, 1 ... .t;> v. f, j'r< lie bre. .S -" 5-H2: 41 tf..u" j f.ruC. 'I hisariicle; ev i'
4 Ft1 F'ajd JSil*. ':>' irietv.. t !; '! I'i.'i.. *--.k \'\ 1'ine ; Ce.i a ith amk diretti'n .A rip, c.r o'l.tr tk!I. tn-iui:> DRUGS. .f which caiii.n to Geo. A. Phelj-s. ii (.'.>. a' New-Orleans, orlAr'.G.

; C utn l'-MTftr'.ii> I'l-tl; '. F'.I-.I.I-.J*', t.\-u. .>, >n,* r'. I i i-M i'Aix'i'uK'S .Nutice.- l.t the Ltir.f Jiure ai.-.i Lmio:. Syri't! .n t-ur fuar- Rur- !a.iuc.l. Ut l,
;S 4 E ] l&Li.itfl .1. : 1 Ithrd L -, liifhL :ic. ; Piift L-"J et i.t- .< 1 tinttd t- 1tC. .. I Lets nade, f.t-ri'u6
.
dt'v.inl.
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r : :: (ir a rrlin'.l,
S Src* I2tiI lC.- o l.r .._. Pluin PM-J ii. inJ J ..- %vr.lpper. Ly tieok ;-r. prctor.: T I KlDDF.tl! i In i O3DUTTED the Lecu
!
.t ; t -* intl.i bu t' n : te of Kowjul .11P-S1!, cuiietnicncc ofthe difncnltk-s 1 |
: jjf-'', S 'Uun 1 IV -\-S.>'n.-, iiav. Is, v rfc'-t! e; ifijij-dialc sacct".'i i t the af I ir. U" 'J'w %\ -
pin .
it.! .t-.td. 'nl 1 to frw -ml! .. l3-2asaRur-
-ettk -lie
rt ?rt coi.- .siAdiinistrators' Couii'y n 17th of Arni
: .- ..tr"l'' 'I :: "-. '-' ''.M>-. < iirrh.t'n N.tnkt njai'- at ins t Venting ft". over \->. W. Couitrttt. ; riquu. j hie: e\prrLivtd in n..ikiii cc.lJeciuns aid the iijH ,

I ':-ii', }>,r ud 51*.. S e.!, {' u i }* n Lii.tn, FMT. -: n 'ar (.*< .i< t rt Hall, 1 1) 'ea. nndal-obv In.- spc-{> t ; F11I 3_ -l3lSt'N, >s--ibiliiy of continiiu'j to furoi>h nudicines on i in T -ay. a _'rUMxI. wLos.ay--iisnAu.t! .sIXr.nis.aiid
t L '- i- irtdi low I Lu.Id -hat iic: i : a- .is thein !
S : lute lh, : tv. fin)*. -tiiS C i- 'i. vr.LRI (L'.i--i-: \\- ci::! a' itneit. hy L. 1> PLltKLNc.(_ : during the past
| yt.ir-l I tliul it ii: '-tisarjtorrake .1 diatncti lI 11tvictn (.:tiTC. hei-.3hout i3 years rfajre, iftet; 1iitc" wdS
-
z .5- v hi-*- at' 1t o <'!lot'-. 1 n -
SJ I Sale. I ': .'il Ona.1a! ', i is (.i'-c -ahie hoa.ts-mi: ; paculoens, bIUE..imd .
I 41. :ti t t { Ttf ldia-.ee Murch! .n.t '131.UU.MFH11 '. puiicto r.tjictit ciist.uiicrs. !- > S
:: __ oil or ctht frt-m t-i d.it- *-" Jacket,white cottu-u shirt! Aa !ark wcolha-.
j by special
J ---- t .1 b IIl : ft the Lt ? httiC ( 'tii.Ct! I ; except arvct r. .1% !
) IIARDWARE. I >: UE.Mr.DV FOK T11K PILIVj S I'I :i thi 1 i. -:- !.S .i- : r.-l : f tile i'iI l t-Miji n inks to i.ysiciui s aia A.tr.han;* The own, rii requested ;i> iro-c pr'trty.aych.r

S j The if'.iir brJ tea: fc to reCOnIIIeJ ( ..ihjchbtlof !t t) .ttf I t I-. ** ( ,* 'I ''u' I'tcii. whopit -ut liii. ir Mi| olic; > cf nie, 25 j i-er ct-.it above } and take him a.v a"v. S

: .: a .d i \ >. !.' i 1'.it- '!h. 1 ':ri 1 i"n>e in .'iV/i/jVti.'e, I the cash price..*, wi'i!I. Kcharid.. As this aJd.iLr.al, : J A M ES BR VAN, Jr.Jailor! ,

S_S ) : 4 f h inVLs a.i
t ; t; .'r% Razor- "'KA _'! i >, in- \k. Jv<- t. t'rtL.I.a uf I-a Tt. "I" dto'd., j ext-nes ami lo> es on !lon credits.-i: \\l\l i\ ahabt
S ;, injiiat.t.: ; itoi.t zoiu iiiij lit-tail.! I.e d <-i.s .1 e- | slate a. .t. --CousisllCjr D.h. J OJLJ1'LE3i ORE.
S ) S entee a- ,rtni'i rjiir.i IL\ \ I'> ilrti::<'td on aocouut 'which hal! lieMd witliiii"uiitmonths
C41U0 tu av. he l a'i hi- j OOTS&HOE4ir4 1 ijin.bifi.I] i.i.-.ntioaiali; lliat ita' *, usuricuiujMtt ;.y ..mnwered 5" from the time :lcy ccuimencc. i 1 ) E S PE CTtLLYinibi-rns the c
} with heir inipnncriprits. niL on the Monday o-
._ ft; h.ti! i is iuicndt.d. I E. B. PERKINS .w_
the ui.i-t >r % : :t thau ,
j tjZtflS
any tii3
low injr' \laZitIia! ne Lot and ;i comfortai'Ic Biick Talahacee! A'arr!. 25ih 1>32. 32 if. ; (11 TaL'aF.assee. and it tkiI:3y,
; (-1 A large a-sorlni) ofNK.VOJK 1talii .her iindicnt.I .ts'ri ltIZttC I'll Bi(11d-S1C4't. ::'eail h1stf in thiieitv.

4, S)4 r yJ ) { ma.lt-1 I 'l'ti1s I( ( Jj is perfectly iii: ocrnt ;n implication! The ttriio uf sale, will be mad* J\vw on the davfcic. > GEORGE S. HAWKLNS, } N". D. lie may It touci?ar t IMSFee ccxt tOt

S I.r:; :, Jr- .fxiTD 3:Lw2 .to all conditions, a e-< and sexetuil iiir.'Cli..iii, 'If W.M.! BLACKUril.V, A TTl UN EY and counsellor n, I AA\ Marianna DOCOr'S Parker *} Bmdr. ul, or a; rcsiJcace Of
tit the complaint Vc. each
ciiptiou accumpaiiy ef .dan--ar51! :
dr.ti n a.V"*>st Klori ja. ncr taIsrecTalbIiac.
: I.t
I % < : 6rh 1' 31.
,1 S add i'I 4IIli which cou-M ol twubw\tp. Onilim-m and ntary 2oq1JLt
packet % May 1st, Is32. 37 'en.. .'. Mardi th I32.1tR1 .
IFli Kh-ctuary. Prico, $1 I for the: Luk.! or i>U ccuts i ] -

HATS MTD CAPS: but 'n 'of the aitirl.'9 I' nitfd. ;A Tll.LY El'LH.TAYLOR'AND it.c btt'n-nn EW ( OOJJS.

: | a: \ono ate u*xiiut'"ic utl-s ri ined on the out.-ide ATTORNEY AT LA\Y.
1It i lilfoi the prmtefajper.! : (b flY tin -ole proprietor, T. KIUIJLK I I Iuccc.r KLEI!% I'[ A MONG thzreatrarcfy4f t xJs reccivetJ in&*

U..ST I'l-'jIuMU' !e 1 V .- \. CAPS Of!I imtn luto to the I:ito JJr.V.. T CO.NVVAITor 3 ILL Practice in tho Courts *. :his Pitriet, and ,' JLCity, this season, and shidi arc ctrtd low ff

iI SS -a e at I lu- (" ,:intin i I Itoom. ovt-r No LKJ, Court II.1EG: leave to in'ite tlit attontiou ol I V V in Ja.-iNM'n Couniy \*. et FLuu'a.! Hi> C>race cash, there will be found!, at;!;e new store of the sob-

>tr.H-t. nf ir Conceit I Pall. Itt'-ton. and also by Ills customers .&lItL l '-r* pi-b'if i ri nvral, t t> t-i! Jrtlt rn Sircft. opposite that of the Reciter. 'j scribe, > '. 3Eichange-s;rett. a eV.i'ice LlI oI IUX!

I 'pteia1 appointment, flY LU- I'LIIKINS.o.j( ) 1 S: IT pre-cnt block! ol"i>ous tin y ilt t it -uj trtlou> t. N. B. All! instnmit m> of writ ins, will! \Irawn !I Cloths and Casiacrs, a part of hich they will J'fun.
>!lc with whirh > w tli the :>tricu.t attention to their liiral '
DhL&.t.1r I ei-niiirrale t vciy rti t .t r' shtK.-. nrfirpMvdi aociirarv. .
A Iiii'.i h. i. ;jil .J T : i irtv. Tullah.i! :-ee. March 10th 1-S1.: -.1 t tR :f. l, a.ul therefore men ly it mark, ihaitiicv nave ll.ihtNMp. June 20, i J.jOTUE.Kmu. Suj crblue. crape Fin--hc Eruiii Cu' lj5.

iinu on iiand a sujH-iior ZIS.rl).. nt cf <:orl. v.-i} ic STUItCES do. Velvet do.

rkIiL FL.OUIS. 3iDY1t1t1IiL)1AFI..3I.i iTUT. Lucy w ui bf 11 cheaper than err for ct-li, ct-ttt n I v approved all th. indebted Patent finished (We.-tof Eajbnd) J-1aekP.]
request .se tttl.im
excruciating pain-thcdccre'itudeand defer m-dit. Tiitreassortniiiit consists uf the ful- I by note or book" do. tnc Olhre. do da S t4t Fifty Uarrel ,. !1-rat fl and th** old which! the i account previous tothc l.-t January 153-J. tocomefoc-
i < i i i \\ \, u r > premature age. are ; ( 'CCili''I1Si, ? arid Cinsmoo Brc-w n, J'i.Bitt'.e .
usual attendants of he di-order, are >utTt nil Hardware
| Dry-Goods of & do.
i
t next, as longer ir.duhrence cirnotbt
ALSO of tl"clK iivciithtr.i.
Ufl from despair a cure, or disappointment in :<.acy Saxc-ny bine do.LaicnUt .

of the Dunierooj pretended antidote.: to eVct.t this j j Cutlery, J.ookinir Cila>ses, HATS Fcbtuary 7th 1832. -25f 1 r Pral\ and Dove colorftl Cissiirrcrs,

__ A Sadlery, Crockc-iy um. ( J&Z Ware, D.I.?i.-jm. .ttzcrn. .)

S Tin \vaiv, Luokinu (.il.t sf<.. .1UJ Ready S -n in cases ef tong st ditug. and of the notecre of China, Glass:; and Earthon-AVare, -:' HE subscriber having been ap- White and fancy cravsjs

character, luie recived certain relief! and many have' 4 Dozen fine fashionable! linen hrs S
made
elotliuur puIiltul auctioneer for ,
I ; ice. &c. Leon rtlVrs
t.serviC t.
statiouaiy
been cured in a A-vv days MuneintM hours as a man- j (; ROCERIE&C.l :; to tin couury. d-) el')
j& JA ; *? !v .it t LLI>. her of in Boston and vicinity, who j.itbhc mU.cauctk-namconimrssi mbusness. :- |
Gent'taer.s!
S sk! & Merlnc
were
pt-rsoa. hose
forj j half
lie *
4J Tallaha! < ce, Nosz& SItf arilicted with Rheutnati-ni. have Tl.t l whole! of which will be s ,ld acconiinjj to the !lei'gc-; himself! to pay strict attention to all I ItdtoIiun ,
ti4 tnt-rly von fully te.tiuemiirates ) do Coon irtd A nola tlo
(
tiXtiCr--ad tine virf me lowprice uf cotton etc.St. : and attend estate or nher
tied are mine poeaes-ior. the 1'rojirie- 13th sales ui hr II is i Silk and silk Vtlrct Stocks, latest foshioni
I \arks. HecftnV.r : IE3K 17tf country. office bin the town of Masfl.'Iia.
H. Bond tor. proving the most thorough and surpriin In addition : nho\ 33
curt by lyre l.c may at all tiroes be found. if l. e hey cJfer a splendid
u.caiiiof this powerful Ll.Vl.ME.\T. in cu.-es where r NEW-GOODS. Mains 1311i IS32. 30tf ; men: of Ready matte CloUunc, auumfacted in tb

J S *Jla5sjttst n-ceueu per late -arrivals o.ler approved applications had clterly failed! The B. BYRD. I tcs style, : nviteiialsof Trluch they

______._1tI1! S "110ft>ls. New fork and Wcsu-rjj J'Mur nuu-ut is al5.i used vvithsncces* f r Hrui.., Spraiu. t I rant to I be ccruiac.-C >ci>tn : of super blu%
1 130 4* carjjo'l'nmc and Mc& unuK>*s, Stilfue-a Uui JoinU, Chilblains! .Ve A 1. In .. ixv d: in*! .> .vv-\.iR, Charles- FRESH GOODS. I hu'ewnCinimn''ri and Olive Dress Coats, do F '
Purl-, l'jicp 5(1 ceuU aboltle. 1 i.r.j and! Ne<- -Urleans! a Ltncral assortment of do Pont, Sc. silk Velvet YYsts, Florentine silt d1

j ; S 00 Coils Ky. flak' ilupc, y L. P PERKI. PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, DRY- 10half BarrelsBurkw Valencia and Marseilles, all of wih therlowforcjslu

.5 Ktutucky btggiiag: GOODS, HARDWARE, SHOES, tM heat FLOUR. R, B. & J. BIu:7LL: ,
10 Settsul'sinall Sugar Boilers, 25! a50 ga1s 4p READY MADE CLOTHING, PAINTS Fly market Family! BEEF, November 25d 1S31. iitf '
Tin i iff. ASTHMA 1 1C AND CU.\ > 5" Beef
> TONGUES
pAll TIVE.TW .
SOO Sacks of Salt TANNERS &. SPERA OIL, KEN ,
\ UK: most and fatal 5 Kits sounds and
prevalent of all Disease* inciM Toncr.es,
-
; LonJon ij n ter, Ale, Cider, OI! I Whiskey, d hi civilized soci'ty-the Con urup/io: -.- TUCKY SCOTCH BAGGING, 10 Keys Goshen BUTTER, WANTED
may AND BALE ROPE
T: Fresh Tea, Iui]>onal and I i VMIII, generally e raced U the least Alarming of disorders, with other I B>XCJ> Fresh Bunch Raisins, YD DP UT
Candles Vintersr.tincd Oil. 'aht but Together many necessary articles which I "
Sperm Sperm a neglected cold. Byestimation it Prunes,
appear- orTer on moderate terms to their dustrious amira--ralNOTICE._ R.B.
they B.4
customers and .* a ....
r- S. fc'mokcd Beef Boluna Sau j '0t>, hut one huudieii an.1 fifly thou and perwnii dif animal '-Ic. pttbhr. at their stores at St. Marks 4. Tallahassee S London Brown Stout, _

25 Ihlf hrls. Na.: 1, Mackerel iig ly of the coiKuniptinn. Most of iliece ireailful rc' alt tf.
SpaiiK'i Se ars, Cottee, Sec. ** iii.-.y L altrihuteii to common cnld. and n noj-li untroatintnof 2 Boxes Pine Apple Cheese. .

a G.u'd'ii Sc ilii, fresh, j? the h rniM.in? C' ugh thai eencinllven-iup* Quinine. Received per sloop Splendid, and for sale bv THE Bank of West Florida will be closed at Ar
Ito
-which is o.unl') Jbv fficult OUNCES PdleiierV WILLIAM G. BURGESS. this day. prraTatoQto its ,emOcl
: P-Ilovjv breathing pain Quinine
LtmC Juie aud ixiionSTtinVlnrh : $> (ffe just nM > the 13th
df. :iud .it hit L'lrer.ited |.un?. Vn.fn-l and 1 HW cciredfrom New Y,.rk. f.irs.ae low. Tallahassee December 13th 1S31. I7tf pilachicoJa. at vthich place ii will be open oa :
SS \ Lathervhl> his former A OllTMEN'1artxniered
I ? Astliniatirattacn. of this month.Bv .
.
alu
jaalt.t' bring on Coosufiiptive F:. SEIXAS,
: ______ on low terms to bis csxmNarchg iymptoins. One or two dollars eAneDtleLf iu the purckwe ruist, M3;1RliLj BLANK BILLS OF LA1)NG-3u3t P/ order of the Board.
TIIOS. BERTRAM
S t2 cf Nay2a f f S Id 1 fw sale thiis Ofiice> Jcne 2J1523. 43L ; CaJlit..




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