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

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will be open for the reception of ;:

53- 'ale are authorised to announce on the first Monday of July next, under -

, n \h-, l\Ii\ :ACHAM, Esq. a Candidate 1.0 represent the superintendence of Mr H. K.M'Chntock. THE subscriber, at his new store, corner of Jeficr- -,
_\ Ouniy in the next Legislative Council. A large nnd commodious edifice is now nearly com and Monroe-streets, offers for sale I to the public ,
OnJsJ1-1! 'leted' in the pleasant and healthy village of Quincy, in general, handsome assortment of the followinj! .

""jjjj We are authorised to anuounce here, and in the vicinity of'which, good boarding' named art ides.tt the mist reduced prices for cash,Viz:: '
'an be obtained in respectable families. 'I
JOSKPHM'UIUDE: Esq. a to represent
tadleil County in the next Legislative Counctl.I I In this Seminary, young men will be prepared foi DRY-GOODS. tI t
Emission into any college In the United States, or for 1 ,,
Silks, Black, I.. rn ut'JIip 1 Italian Ltttc t rill;', Black ,
-J}::)- WE are authorized to announcer he study of any of the liberal professions. Sarcenct, Blue, Green, l'ink, and! while Florenees, "
The strictest attention will l he paid to the morals and ;
l JOSKPII M. WIHTi":. a candidate to represent Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk' Velvet,
iannerabf the and andineccssary
j'lda, in the ?:?J Congress. pupils, to prevent extravagant Cotton do",Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superiorobinctand
funds entrusted to the trea- LAWS
| expenditures, OF THE
mack Lasting, B thread Laces,Irish Linens, :
-J.f\V c are authorised to announce arer, or the principal, will]) be strictly applied to the Sea Island Cotton Shirtp Plain and figured Jaco-
} and within the limitations prescribed.The ;; PARSED AT THE FIRST SESSION CF THE 2" D CONGRESS* ..J
S.; 11. DtTVAI., Esqr, as a. Candidate to represent principal of the institution is a gentleman of libral nectt, Swiss nnd Book l\1\n>1ins, f ltn\\'ls, worked capes
{ OVniuty ill the next Legislative!; CmuiciL and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nan- AN
ACT authorise
J.l"ln ? education, and has acquired considerable expe- to the sale of public lands \
Holland French
keens, Brown Brown Linen, Furni- ,
f Gr. are :nuiliom.c, In announce n FO. TV rcnce and reputation in his profession.The ture Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamers and Cassmetts, in the State.of Oh o. .1
and the
healthiness of the
'AIlD, K*q. a cand'd.uc to represent Leon County distinguished the village advantage white and Red Flannel, Negro cloths, Scotch and Russia Be it enacted by the Senate and House of 1
LrsM.Uive, Council. leapncss boarding, are among ,many sheeting. O&anburgs! &e.&c. I
j.iiic! next alForded by the location of institution, and the Representatives<<: of the United States ofA- ,

-'f,-f" vVCaifiiutlioiir-cd\ to announce A ,EXA\- Trustees have every reasonable assurance that the HARDWARE.CCIiJ rnerica Congress assembled, That the lands i:

1)211) ; MARTIN; a candidates represent Alnd- ciuracier of the institution will merit a liberal patronage heretofore ICcrvp.d'for, Indian tribes in.tr\' .
and Hamilton Counties in the neat Legislative from the public. A ; : < ,
inn State of Ohio and /
and which
Cru'iril. The terms of Tuition in the Mathematics and Languages sisling of Knives and! J'WKts: Pen Knives, SpoonsScissors w voreded. \t-t, /

-,- are 10 dollars per quarter.In Razor>, Lrkss.ts i ers,Chisels,&<,, togclhe the United States by treats Ns. i Htififtd on/ f<.jI itwcnfvourth ,
,,;' \', B are :nu'tvaris.: In announceV)7L meow.. the English department, 2d class S9 ,S Djjrnj -- '.mpleteassOitmeL rf cjroeiiters PLANES. day of l\J.." h..i iqJh ti. jjcnr.ou(r h, .J

... .... BOiPrr SHOESA thousand eight hundred and
12 :
: AIR"-13"2*' -"" ujn. 10 P:1[ ,,;f-tle at the end of the term, when the subscriptiona and } T'
Jiil"77v, T. \,' in tic next Legislative Coun- the sixth -
L'oUli: of
r' J 41 tf. I {ur a longer term than one quarter.Application lar te ussorttr.f'ut of BultN April, me thousand eight z
tit for admission to be made to the Treas- more nndEVYttUK:: made : hundred and thirty-two, be, and the same are 6

AVc are authorised:: to-HlOUnCC NA- :trcr. JOHNATITAN ROBINSON 3X iD EL hereby attached to, and made to form part of .

,,,. aQ the land districts in which ,1
Candidate a : :;r: 1.s. s .u.i at.u i'nuiell they are respective
TH IAN IJVUD, Ksq. as a to represent: C. H. DU PONT, ,1i
Shoc .
County, m the next Legislative Co'inciL \VM. NORWOOD, Trustees.H. :_I ly situate, and liable to be sold as other_ public?

JAxm" -- WOOTEN, i HATS AND: CAPS: lands in the State of Ohio.
5 J" We are authorised to announce HENRY GEE. ,., APPROVED, July 14, 1832. iIJt ii
: By order of the Board, 4 11 j <.:r1u1 a.. OItll;.Cllt Oi the ... i
Candidate .
THOMAS M. BRADFORD in the, Esq.next a LegislativeCtUIICU. J AS. A. DUNLAP, Serr'y. I ''snost f fashionable HATS & CAPS of AN ACT to authorise the disposition of the (.:
Leon County,
lo represent May 19th, 1831. 3 twtf. all dc '"rI''s.. fund .
arising from the of
I REFERENCES. a quarter section of
GROCERIES.A land, reserved for the use of schools, in
"EH-11N TAYLOR inrrm THOS. RAN PAL, JeffiTM County. Florida. '1

'.I- n WM. 1J.NLTALL' Leon.PETi'.il Jur ,tuck: in all It..; \allct' YFLOU1L .' He it enacted thd Senate .
> : Yr.r: H.n, Jackson. by and House of
.. en.olV'iiKticsuuie l ; hisprofesiionJuly -
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f.+ 'F -radsden Representatives of the United
aldti's. 30 1 1:2 50 tf Orvof ___ county. States of America .
h' '
i'Lv! 1.pOtNT: ;:1 U FAKMLKSH! J4 G & N. Hamlen Baricl- in Congress; assembled, That the Com' .
I- Fifty j t-i.ci i.i\\ ,vhcatfollrALSO. missioners elected by the qualified voters i into
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the >'uhs!! v T r fir s-Ue all v Mua.il.1s :
-.nsbip:: five, range eleven, north and
Jaktvo west
re JyinonLak '
f' OO)1) "
hl1dI"'I1'i.t1I1: :
,''''n1is: at. ire i. :- *i t.5iili! ], ( nurth laud ('st. I ,t--i ,i I'P'j'\\Il II ., EI I in the county of Jackson: in tho Territory
(' ''. 'I'f f 1'('' "' v of I'Jorsd.i. Pl.ese laud I II 'C'': i'londa.l in obedience to of ;I1
*;,i Lf""i 'IU*:!' ; I Ldt.p'IL I : Sadlery Crochci uiiu Glass Ware an act Congress,
oi' )
tho.1 ern'"r111 p-iim ,
'f' n-i l 11lr';;iss': t !I.J.:tij its entitled An act to authorise the establishment .
,',j' .sc ''. xatir."ftt:/ :tbfI. ant to atcr,(till forests of the : last t received awl offer for Sale. Tin 'ctrc, Looking Glw.sc ,Salt, Heady of a town land-rcsen'cd for the I
.. jrirr? timber use::
;,.',/. .' k! ratitc1u1 qiuhties ,
': .i : t.'ir tn!: L\\Cctn\ tothidrs! of a \lr. hcp- A o Barrels FRESH FLOUR: made clothing, .stationary: &c. &c. of schools, &c."* approved the second of

I II:1! :: 1 : n welt: between l them alit! the Q *., SACKS COFFEE: JAiL'tL'LLIl; \. March, one thousand eight hundred and twcnI 11t
it 50 hands Prime and Mass PORK, T.\llal.assce, i\(i\vmjerith! 1831.
rerlre'rj' vntirvly : Slit ,
.>k'} i V u.iM: unnecessary -nine be and hereby
j } they are authorised to
Bacon uniddliii shoulders and
( s,
'..',H.I\l'd3iwn of those hnJss they are ,
to $,,+''dt; iii : 1'. 1LLIAM! itA\\'L-3:
\vr'-lin' "..'..iof t.- 1 %ery emtrjirUinginan in the vicinity Hams,) ) JN the :-:npc- vest the money nn-.il1i from the 5-alc in said
1 ::,\\'f1' \ ," ', 100 Dtrrc1sE" Rl M, \ i. > nor Court of act authorised, in some productive fund under
.. !iin can know the particu- 25 American UI\, AHCIIAIILCIIRI&r..AN.: ) the Aifddl-, the of Governor
J '.1" tl' purchase authority the and LegislativeCouncil
20 OLD \\HISKEY, District of Fiurid.i, htilu'cn! u and fr the County olJnddcu. "
JJ1' ti- '.-fry iu Altb.tnl.STEPHEN'Ire li\t1. l I1y. ndJrt-f&in\ .the subscriber 100 Pieces Scotch & l\;mucky BaO'O'in', ( of the Territory, the proceeds of i

as A1'nt.on'uy" : I IAItils.In 20 Kegs best:: Richmond TOBACCO, The DefendantViltake! notice that tliedjovuil which t shall for ever be applied: to common "

: 2tf'Pf" 30 Boxes do. do. was incti,ute-' by };roces:" of) ..ttaci.nai.t, rttuinaLlc to schools in said township.Sec. .
'? 'h 132.
: : Magnolia\ : Junt 5, p3 2. 42 tf the last Ala) term of said l'um. ,
('. II. iuPij.Attorney 2. And be it further enacted, That the
boss indebted to
lut Zt S'l'UHC ES rc'q11..st, H. Bond for Plaintiff( : said i ommi;sioners be, and they are hereby
..E. ... tf.ti, \\It\ h:1\1: 1I1't ". tied their aCwiHiit?, for ... L ,
the }''' ;" I IJl;)I. by noteor olhrMSi\ to ccmc fjrward Has just 1 reeeixeu! j per late arrivals ang. 14. 1R32 1 (nvFHESH JHithorised to make sale of the remainder of t

'' uuiuc.i.! .:>ly and .:ttlc the r:nnc by note or payment, Western said lots to be applied to the objects aforesaid( '/,
100 bis.! New York and Flour, P L HE 1VN1t
.nMi f.n.ct: r indul:;'uicc will iJe given unUs! a st'ttlei :: 15* caruo! Prime and Mess Pork, a id all p ovisions o, the act aforesaid, .}i.,

\n is> i'f+r1A. Coils Bale inconsistent with this act, be, and the same ,
ua; nt :::S'1.:; 1532.. 2tf 00 Ky. Rope, DRUGS &0.i ,

-- Kentucky bagging, i,' c vi i L .If .alI ae fjnnl arc hereby repealed : Provided, That the Governor !

STOKAtiKKEUJl & $. 10 Sells of small'Sngar! Boilers, 25 a50 galls 1-: \'.-\ Irk a sinah ". ,,01 >.nf n.f.illunit] wmts:- &nd Legislative Council of said Territory -

& STUKGL.V: $ have spacious and safe SOO Sacks of Salt, JMadeira, Celte Madeira: r-Port, I nnthoricri sn"l snip, ujth assent of the! t
'-'?Hi3\'O ot fit. '.:'inks f*f lite rc'c'pl| nu wfM London Porter, Ale, Cider, Old Whiskey, majority of the inhabitants of said township.

,.) n\) M'ir.\';'e or for t-hip'i'ent, and they will make Fie li'Pealmperialand Hvson, Marsala, Claret, Hermitage I APPROVED 14 1832; ._ "
J"iira'Ua.n<<". delivery ; when they nreallowed to Sperm \V5ntcrslratticdSpcrmOiI: and Canaiy. i ;
r\\i\J'lj i :ud 1 cmisi:;n the saint to any of the! 1U1loviiig Baulked Beef Bo'.ona'! Sausages, : AN ACT giving tho absent of the U. Statesto : ;
These wines have been with
P"+,(1'. \17.:--'ow-Orleans: tII'It:! :&toll, Baltimore, imported particular reference of the General
an act of Maryland
IV'ividuire Haie.On 25 Half brls. No. I, Mackerel, to the wants of the sn-k, and arc wnrrantid to Assembly :
JSewuk, Liverpool "
will 2J rent Spanish Se ars, Cnllec, &c. be PURE UNADULTERATED JUICE OF THE passed at their December session, !1 1i
iihi i charge
all o(+ ;;nt!:" ns they per
lot :,;u.ira.iiUeon M'c", and will be responsible to the Garden Seeds, fresh f GRAPE. They ill be sold.1 as low as wines of their in one thousand eight hundred and thirty- i t i
thc"o'ae Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, quality can be afforded! fur CAbH:: ONLY. "
1nlU for anyl"sss'istainedlni through one, entitled in act further to amend the
oli, insurance. with his ASSORTMENT Those hose accounts of last year remain due, arereqllost'd
guy nl dlt"l their put affecting Which together act incorporating the Chesapeake and Ohio
2f to settle them by Cn&li or note, without -
It ',111't 28-h 18.12.: : (here Oil low terms to his customers.
are "
.- further delay, as no further credit will be given after Canal Company. "

t OE rEV4GOO.&: REMOVAL. the 15th of July next, to any one whose. accounts of Be it enacted by the Senate and House: of .t'/ i.t H Ht i
last then remain
inform year may Representatives of the United States of America .
Subscriber takes this opportunity to B. PERKINS.

AMONG: tlir-great variety of molls received in this THE Customers, and the public generally, that he Tallahassee, June 2Cti!. 1332. 45 tf. in Congress assembled, That the assent -

e.u.nn, and whicli arc ofTercd low for has removed his:: Confectionary to the house of Messrs.L. of The U States be, and the same is here-

sub-riper: Sf M. A Armistead near the Capitol Square, where To Planters. .t.ti
} he keeps constantly on hand the best of LIQUOR;3 of by, liven to .m act ef the General Assembly .

Cjoihs and Cassinicn, a part of which they will nicnli'jn. all kinds-also various I kinds of Wine and Cordials, : FOR Sl\J h.-4 Copper Boilers, oi Maryland, entitled An act further to a- ,

Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmcats, Pickles, Copper Dippers Skiur''r anti troops. a mend the act incorporating the Chesapeakeand t ,i

Super blue, crape Finished,Broad Cloths, &c&c. Different kinds of Relishes at all times, all of reduced prices.-Also, JO pair Horse Mill Stones I Ohio Canal Company," ,which passed the
t1u.'l't, Ctlo.. which he offers! on liberal terms. He tenders his sincere Apply to BETTON & EMORY. I
Patent finished (Westof England) Black do. thanks to his customer generally, for their liberal Muy 15, J832_M: :_t f. General Assembly of Maryland at December

do. fine Olive, do do do. favors the past year-and hopes by unrcmittcd IA11U FORTE fur Sale.-A session, one thousand eight hundred and thir

do Cinamon: Brown, do. attention to business, to merit a continuance of their P ty-one : Provided, That nothing therein con

Bottle Green, do. patronage. Superior Instrument in cxcelltiitorder if offered tained shall be construed to impair right
?axony !lilac do. n.. K. 'VEST. cur sale low-Apply to E. :S:: EIX_ S. any

Ls.\enderDrab, and Dove colored CassimcNi, .Tnh 10. |S32.: 47 If Jlagnoliaaug.141832 52 If. possessed by the said company anterior to the I

A vnrietvnf silk Vcstulgs, (new p.lttcrus.) --- EltH, S t iCiluL.Jiave lately: rcceivcU, uud passage of said act, nor to authorise any individual

n.t:! al.Jk'rclicr6! Pt\lwec 1o. A CARl II have on hand at their stores at Tallahasste and to obstruct the free access of all per i

"hitjHt fans,.y cravats", ::>l. .\.arks, the following:( articles ofmcrchundise, viz: sons to the said canal along the berm bank, or
4 Dnztn+ fine fashionable linen shirts, TB HE Subscriber l I.. .. jitmiuibcd the Stock of 125 Pieces Cotton Bagging, constructionand I
lands condemned for the
do do Bosoms, JL deeds and Ware-liousc ol '!arbor & Klein, havecmntnccd LO Coils Dale Rope, other I

( ntlcmcn!>' silk k. Merino half hose, (' : the DRY GOOD.1-/ !,. GROCERY, and! 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, use thereot; nor to prevent the engineers,

do\ Cot fonaud,Angola do COMMISSION BUSINESS. SOUO ll>s.Bacon, Sides and Hams, or officers of the said company, from passingup 1 7I

iiillc and silk Velvtt! Mocks, !latest fashions.In their rommodifus building, :30 brls. Mess,and Prime Pork, and down the said canal without obstruc-
In additi'T! to present
adJiti: n t t\\c alxivc they oflcr a splendid nssor- the 50 Kegs Leaf Lard,
sheds and houses for reception condemned therefore
erect tion grounds
about to along
they are and COUlmonVll1lcy,
wcntoi'U. :
., matte manufactedin the haestatyie Monongahela
: Clothing
y I of Cotton, Goods, #c. for Storage; their buildings.will .*) brls. Baltimore Gin, in order to inspect the condition of the saidcanal
tie\vtk&1d materials: of which they war- lath They j-u-t fully -
the l'esl
ra.l1 l'J ;: ,fl-CClmibti"g; : of super blue )black : beiompletcd by Sept., and p'edgej.hem- Jamaica \cw-OrkansRum, or to make, at any time, with suitable
solicit share of public patronage
bYrvi,,CUWJnIII and Ulin' IJrcss Coats, do Frocks, J 10 brls. IVloKu&es. repairs thereof
l'.un &;_ bilk Velvet V.sts, Florentine silk ditto sel\'es loa strict 1acrfurnnaticcotallcuulimsstoiscutrusred 20 brls. Superfine Flour, 1832.
will ben to their care. 40 luls. Mackerel J Nos. land 3, APPROVED, July 14,
IiVa1cl'Il" "nd :.tarbeiles: aU ('f which they PEACHY'. MACKINDEll. I
cath. !t. &. J. U. nULL," JOHN GAMBLE, ) 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Album Salt, AN ACT making appropriation towards 'the f
REFER TO jcffcrson Which with general assortment of Groceries
: HtfW together a
\o'fm1.Jer22d 1831. JUDGE RANDAL, expense of laying out and opening a military
1 1tr Goods IlardwareCrcckcrywarcCastings:
JJry ,
Col.U. 'Y. BRADEN. ) Iron assorted, Cast, German, and Blistered Stecle,-- road, from fort Howard, at Green Bay..

AI'i'TED: GEORGE LORI 101lE, they otrec to their customers and the public at fair to fort Crawford, on the Mississippi. %

: auu 1ICIH a ,b :.. H. h. 4. J. H. J. J. ADAMS, Talladassce NOTICE.-Six; ,s after date the subsciiber Representatives of the United States of- America -

; $t. Marks, July 10, 1832 46 tf county court Washington in Congress assembled, That the sum
fflvtINSURANCE Eu Urn1ttt. County, for letters of administration on the estate of and the is
the Leon \\ illiam M'itae.deceascd.\ DAVID M'RAE.S.'ttit of five thousand dollars same

-loss or damage by FIRE can COl\Il\lrr'rED-'fo 1832, as a Runaway __ mlxr_ 4th 1332. 46w hereby, appropriated, out of any: money towardsthe in theTreasury'no
against uu -
the most favorable terms, on appli- a Negro man, w ho says his name is Dennis, and SALE. : otherwise,agpropriated, .
ictioii to the subscriber, agent of the Protection Insuance that he belongs to Jordan Smith, Washington coun- FOB expense of laying out and opening a military -

r company, Hartford Connecticut. In every ni>- ty Georgia, he is about 25 years of age, 5 icetJ inches Ill 1J JV b'GRObS. road from fort Howard, at Green Bay, in,

)Jicat'mthe?; fair Cash value of the propcrty must be I high, his dress is white Lomespuu} pantaloons, brown FARMVILL the Territory of Michigan, to fort Ciawford, 4Y
of the Jacket while cotton shirt, and a'Lla.ck001 hat. sell valuable tract of Land '
btattd furnished correctness round ,
and i
jti .
: fort
of inne-
I the
of Lake Jack-! the Mississippi t by way .
flf representation, and the good moral The owner is requested prove propcrty,pay charges situated two miles east on ,
character of the applicant. The solvency of the Oho und take.him away. n, and seven 111Jlcs.N. E. 1 ullahassce, a bago.

and its fairness and punctuality may,be confidently re- JAMES\ BRYAN, Jr.Jailor. d..sirable and healthy residence, containing APPROVED, July 14, 1832. .
# 1832. five eighths of excellent Land, oneUUihu'n
!1Jf/. 1 E.B. PERKINS.Tallahassee 1'nl1ansfIf'c.'ApriI17. !
r..j.22 1S3I. 27tf and sixty of which in cultivation und un- ,AN ACT to revive and continue, ,in fqrco.
JOHN TAYLOR del ?god fences, on the same is a commodious Dwell- An act auth ortstn' o the payment of certain.

"GEORGE s. HAWKIKS, .11'1 'JiUll JVL.Y t T LJi W. in" House, built of the same materials, a frame Gin certificates approved seventh May! ,: one w
saw Gin nnd running Gear, en- s >
A.l iXii.1 KV-and counsel lor at LAW Mariann WILL practice In the'Counties,of Thomas, house tire ,with all a the fifty out buildings equally good. Ten or thousand eight hundred, and twenty-two. t

V "..jjuida., January 6th: 1831. 2tseve Decatur, Early, Baker. Dooly, Lee, Sumter, twelve new likely, ,able 1 t-odied 'Y b.h'JTUREHoises Hands, the above Be it enacted by the Senate and House of -

Randolph, and Stewart, In Georgia. as heretofore with all the llOUSJIlOLlJ.1XD KITCIIE.V FUR- Representatives of 'U.lSjta.tes: of America

: !f tore in Quincv. ; and in the Counties of Jackson, Fayettc, ; Mules, Oxen, and other Cattle, assembled, That the 4"Cau-

M1,i.tihui-x, 'irIol s teg,leave to ni< n\\ tl.e citizens c Gadsden, Leon, Jefferson, and at the App Jaclu-. Bacon, a stock of Hop, Waggon and Gear, and the iu Congress certain'certificates,"
a\ -.. adsden County aikd its vicinity, that they have i in Florida. present years CopofCoru and Fodder, will be sold agars sing the payraent.of 1I

opened a store in tins place, where i will always L<- cola Bay 17th 183235 -6m.las. .on occoiumodating, terms, by, applying to Leslie A. approved on the ,seventh. ., .. May one thousand
Juuud a good assortment'of, Seasonable Goods such aa ,April : Thompson, Eq.RFallahusscc, or A. 13. Ovcrstrect eight hundred and tiyenty-two! be,anot t the

DRY-GOODS HARDWARE:,;'GROCERIES CUTLERY, f D. Westcott, Jrf & J. P. Booth, Agent for the Undersigned ELIZA on the OVERSTREET.rewises. ii hereby, revive'd( and continued in forceName I

CItOCILERIES + GLASS-WARE, S ff' AVE formed a Law partnership in Florida. The N. B. Persons wishing to purchase, can view,the for the term: of four years from ,nnd,after tho

SADDLES, BRIDLES, &c., &c. trJi, residence of the former lain. Tallahassee, and of premises at any time, applying as above. passing ,of this act,:and Jlrorn, thence to the #

The whole of whi.h will be.eoldaa cheap as. thtj he latter at West Point, App lnclucola Bay. Busi- ;as.'14,1832 52t' JanWILLIAM end of the next session,of Congress' thereafter
can be purchased! thin far from Navigation. They inte jess entrusted to them in any of the courts Florida and continu-
their friends and the public generally to calf an. .r the adjoining Counties of Georgia Alabama, will B NUTTALL, and a notification of -which"icvival of

judge themselves. They respectfully solicit a ehar'w :e tr'ietfy attended to. ,Aug.3d;'1831. fiOtf DIXON, have formed a.Lay' ance shall b"e, published by tte Secretary #

of the public TAYLOR & ..KLEIN.guincy Courts of the Mid- ,fur the information of holders
pf1 .onagc. COTTON BAGGING and Bale Partnership, and will 1 practice in the the Treasury,
April 3d. 1832 n33 tf. District Jackson.County. Office near the certificates the payment of which \aauthorise
B. The and COMMISSION iil .. lloper-'Jusi received and for.sale byEDW'A dle and of the ,
storage! : 6E1XA3: Planters Hotel. said set in one or more of Iks -
ess by ,
will,be carried on cs usual at St. Marks. 1832 Cl 3m ; ,
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public titateSec..papers' ". f rioted" ;."io each..of' the*, United' 1ea rsyunlfsa sooner tuVposeJ] of. b, thocorporation's Sec. B.) And bo it further .
_c ". Sa'U
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2. 'And or::either cf't them ; and th Socrctar/of War re-in.cribc. < I
be.)it further
enacted! That, soon 'as the said corporation?, cither of R. said '
for or Rapptcye on roll a* 'I !
carrying thia act into effect tho
forty thousand sum of them shall. :dispose. of any part: of this proper of March, one ,thousand
dollars be
hereby is, a p- ty hereby granted the of ;
part so disposed twenty-four at tho rate of
prop.ate of the United, out 2b of any money in the Treasury shall be subject to taxation. month, until the third of }" l

r ated. !lutes not otherwise aPPro P rig- Sec. 3. And be it further enacted That each I sand eight hundred and

l \PPJiOVED of the said corporations shall be authorized to, thereupon he be entitled to
July 14, 1832. sell and dispose of all or of the of his
any part property pension, the sum of
t s .. AN ACT suppleiucntul: to tho act granting- hereby granted to it, for a term of years,,, month during that time. '

tho right of Pre-etnPtion to settlers on the or in'fce simple, at such times and on such Sec. 4. And be it further
public lands terms as it shall deem most advisable Pro-
a arproved the twenty-ninth : Secretary of War re-inscribe
day of May eighteen hundred and thirty- Hided That the interest of the money arising bert Kane on the said

lie it enacted i ny rue Senate and House of; from the sale, lease or rent, of the nforesiid date of November first t. ; ;

i, 1t e p" eN:1ti"e' of the United States of Amcrcia lot of ground or any part thereof, shall not be hundred and twenty-eight, i

in Congro.is assembled That applied to any other object than to the
all the: purposes venteen dollars per month ;
occupants tend settlers upon the public lands for which the bctore-mentioned Institution upon, he be entitled to

of tho UuiteJ States: who are entitled was established. his
to a preemption pension, the ;sum of nine t
according to the: provisions of th J act I Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That from that date up to the J :?! .

of Congress, approved e twenty-ninth dayj: j thu sum of fifteen hundred dollars be a pp r hereafter the said sum of

of May, eighteen hundred and thirty, nud who I priated 1 for enclosing cad improving tho Pub per month.

have not been, or shall not be, enabled to J tic Reservation, marked number night on tho Sec. 5. And be it further

make proof and enter the same within the time I plan of the city.AppRovEDJulv. Secretary of War I place on ed

J limited in said act, in consequence of the pub' 14, IS3?. the name of Jane Mary Law f

lie surveys not having been made and returned A.:'i r AC i' to release from duty, non prepared of Jonathan Lawrence, an :

k: or where the land was not attached to any !land for, and actually laid on, railways or inclined I- vice of the United States in !

1" district, or where the same has been reserved planes. died of wounds received in

_1lr from sale on account of a disputed boundary Be it enacted by the Senate and House of at the rate of seventeen

fit between any State and Territory, the said oc Rcpiesentativcs of the Unitec States of .\- per month, for and during

a upants shall be permitted to enter tbo c:,;icl mcrica in Congress assembled! That when it years from and after the first

r / l lands jn tho same conditions, in every respect l, ; shall! be satisfactorily; }proved to the Secretary: line thousand eight hundred !

.,. (, |as arc prescribed in said act, within one year; I o.v* thi Ti en Miry, that aoy rail iron imported !tor' > Provided The aid Jane Mary

1.. t !1"V J. er the surveys arc made, or the land attar h-, the purpose of being upplitil in the construe- so long; live and remain :
Cd tw UuuuJuij cotablUhed or inclined pi"1" "- of her
/ J' vent scald t
; and, if the said land shall be pro-[ State or Incorporated; ,-<,mn'ai has been actually remainder 01 uiu v or......,._.-, .

claimed tor sale before the expiration of one soil permanently laid on any such railroad 1-I child or children of the

year as aforesaid, then they shall: be entered or inclined plane! that then, and in that: I der sixteen: years of age at ;

before the sale thereof. case ]ho may allow a drawback of the duly I'I death, if any such there were.

Sec. 2. And be it f further enacted, That the on such rail iron so laid, or if the duty >hull: J J i Sec. C. And be it iurther. ,

occupants upon fractions shall: be permitted, have ber.n actually paid, he may refund the! !j. Secretary( of War be ; !

in like manner, to enter tho same, so as not to same ; any thing ii i: any net to the contrary :! }jjucu'.ion; of J. P. Preston, a !
: czccod in quantity one quarter section ; and, vithstandkiir; ;; : Ilo>:irietl'IIr:: no iron -i i i1:::'. i late War, and upon his ) :

if tho fractions exceed a quarter section, thc be considered as railroad inn: hut sn/-h a> i.. r'8"tprepared to be placed on upon the } :

occupant shall' be pcrmitte'l} to enter one hun : to be laid upon railroad.-*, or ii 'lui\: j i': roil, as an officer of the late I < :

dred and. sixty acres, to include his or their planes, without further inauuf:,('trra I said! Pro-ton the amount :

implo';meat, at the price aforesaid.: Sec. 2. And! be it further enact.-: ', That( ; |j l'c'-"n duo him had he mad; I;

.-\i'rauVED, July 14, 1832. whenever any railroad iron iiay Ir'veten! or 1, the tan: he received his wound.c.

.AN ACT to authorise the shall hereafter oe imported !by, any v't it3 or i in-1 S c 7. And be it insoles, I !
sale of lands
reserved ,I corp orate d com;..ati- for the purposi of being ;i Secretary \\-\r\ cause to bo :
sale: at fort Jacksonm the c | (
4 of Alabama. laid down on an rail.'uad, and! ..he bond given j list;; of the invalid! pensioners? th .
: !
Be it enacted I for the duties nn the same, sh'ill! become dne J i: :;Atwater of Saint ',
by Senate and House of:'
J Representatives of the United be'ore the said iron can bo e-o Said=l down! the[ ,j of i> cw-Vork! and pay to ; !
States of America
in < ;. Secretary of the Ti'.aSlry! bo, and he is hereler i'! 1 month from the tir: ,t of i }
oppress assembled That the President
by :-tutiiorized: to extnid:, the tune for the I sand eight hundred, and! .
of the jny-j
United States be, and he is here *
{rent of so much of said bonds life. '
as (be
by authorised offer for j
sale, the lands heretofore
t quill to tho nmnutii jf the drawbacks} to uhich .APPROVED, Ju'v! 14, 1832.oJ : f
reserved from f
sale at fort Jackson in j
said State -u ;
the .State of Alahaua.Sec. or company may be entitled : Pruj j .1 '\ .,1.1' lor the relief ot

2. And be it further enacted, T batthe ctCiThe time slu-il 1 not /)extended 'ofyond! I .,-ioner(
.I three ye.is :from :the date of the ,
e\ery settler on said lands I who prior to I and win-re! ucl. State importation ; g,o it ena'jtftd: Lv the Senate
any : or wrosvniutivei
;year one thousand eight hundred and thirty; have company} may i (' : ; of the {; I r
I already paid tIt ulmle of
cultivated any part thereof, and i is>> now in amouist any mcrit-a in Cengrc assembled i
, po.- I such band tin ; !
\ Seer.'tary: of the beauthorized J
session of the ?amc, shall) be allowtd to ('lite: to eauhc crctary oiVar be, and he is h I
at tli. proper land otlic e, one quarter section amount of the draw- to pa.e! on the invalid
hart pension
; on ih'i saniM to be refunded( !
orcQni.nto; ibi provisions of th first; snc-; boun} with .sutficicrt on taking States, the names uf the f foil !
Hitches th.it the
1)11 of an ;irt to 5 tnt pre-emption lights to fameshuJ I\hereupuu they, and each of
!; be ::
ropaiJ, shoiid! the iron for
which said)
solil.ron p,1; h"* i.inds., : approved May twen- ', entitled to receive the
I ond ray: begiven,. n.t bt- tually laid down
fy-r..lh: o.io thousand: eight hundred! and t thirArra'tvro within three! from oJ agai n-t: their names rc pectivt>
years tia
ij that i i.s
4 APPROVED, July 14, 183:!. to say: :
July 14, 1832.AN Benjamin Calhoun, at the !

ATI: grantiax certain I lots AiN AC r 1'suppltinitnt l the act "grnnling! I lars per month ; commencing :
; city to theptralio
: cotccrtarl relinquished arid I
', unappropriated of January] one thousand r&M.[ ; ; % !
of thc Columbian ; !
I College! for the land to the! t i'tatf of Alabama, for the pur-; thirl -two.
I1LrhlHP. i1r4'ii' rr."t"n.l.J.
I '. JJ it enacted:: by the Stnale aral iluu:e olLsentaiivesof pe t'rlinrssi of Jnifjruvinii}" [ ; the navigation nf \hp Peter l>radl y, at the rate of !
c, O.BJ, Cahaba, and L'1 lat'kYaninl" month !
: the United States.ot America \ ; commMicing on the
\ rivers-1
: .' in Congress a-sembJcd; That thm-shall d-jy of .May. ono 1 approved thousand the twenty-third ary, one thousand eight I '
eight hundredad
.f' ., Lc, and hereby are, granted to the C oiumbian! iv" .M :y-fi ht. (

College, in the DUtiict of Columbia, iot t: in Be It coasted hythc Senate John P. Reed, at the rate of < i
the City of VN ashinglon, to the House of month ; cou.mcncing on the ,
l' amount, in \alun I I Rcrt-s"utative.._ f the United
of ** States of A''ne- nuary, one thousand -
thousand eight
dollars ; which} I! rHa in (;cngrcs., n.sscmblcd That
it shall: and twothe .
j said lots shall be selected and valued by ;j may be lawful; for the i Stale of Alabama I
Commissioner of the Public t to }I- I Anthony Murrey, at the I !
Buildings, t ti her ter the plan for the improvement I :
requested by the trustees of tbe haul college ; .1' ne see liver helow Florence on the 1'en- per month : commencing on

and alien the said! lots shall he l so Keiertd :,l.d ot by canalling instead January one thousand: eight | {l
I : *o as to accomplish the objCtt
valued, the same shall be vested in the feaid hich. Congress had in view ty-two. <

corporation, in Ice simple ; to be by thin held the in making; APPROVED, July 16, 1842.CAUTION..
1 appropriation
,; ; : That not more .... a4.... _.
and of in the
disposed the :
planner fullov-in I i than onr. hundred add fifty thousand
that is to : the snid dollars! ,
say corporation, by propel I j including the sum already
and lawful act or acts, under their corporate I i I part of ills river, shall be expended on that THE Subscriber! will nOlI"Y j :
expended below the date, unless .
seal shall sell and contracted by I
dispose ot the aid tots, as said town of Florence.APPROVED ten onler. \V::1

soon as reasonable practicable for the bestvest July 14, 1S32. Tallahassee, august I 183 51 <
' price or prices they can obtain ; and shall ---- -.-. -- (
the proceeds of the same in tome public stock} AN ACT for the relief of certain invalid and -l 1 i't

or in stock of some incorporated bank. other pensioners therein named.

; Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That[ Be it enacted by the Senate and 1 Iou;;e. of ALL persons Taylor indebted, for purchases the of]

when the lots aforesaid hall be selected and Rcpresrntativcs of the United States of America auction, will, without! ddlY make

valued as aforesaid, the said commissioner in Congress assembled, That the Se Lookcnnan &.Craig of' 'allah ssee. t :

i shall make return of the numbers and I description to cretary of War bs, and he i is hereby, directed ant; I, 1832. JiVO.50-if.Far : !

thereof to the clerk of the circuit place on the invalid pension: roll of the United -

court of the county of Washington ; to be by States, the names of the following :per Sale on G r v ts ;

him recorded among the records of land titles t 1 sons ; whereupon, they, and each of t them, 20 i !
in the said county.Sec. shall be entitled to receive the pensions Sacks COFFEE,
sev; 10 Barrels IIUM
3. ,end be it further enacted, That the orally! set against their names respectively 20 BttesblaasrillesClsrct, ,
proceeds of. the sales aforesaid; so to be vestthe during life, that is to say : Zcbulon Wado J.\\ j 10 Cider,

ed. shall not bo otherwise used by the said rate of eight dollars per month, commencing 2 Casks Brown Stout.

trustees than as a capital, to be on the first day of January :
by i forever eight hundred and one thousand St. Maiks, July 20, 1S32 49 tf"
hereafter kept vested as aforesaid ;i and thirty-one.

the dividends or interest therefrom accruing, Samuel Espin, at the rate of ten dollars per

: shall, by them, be used and applied in aid of f month, in lieu of the pehsion he now receives,

t the other revenues of the said college, to the from and after the fourth day of July one thou TIO N S
t establishment and endowment of such pro- eight hundred and thirty-two. : !

feUof! hips therein as now are or hereafter Asa lloyt, at tho rate cf four dollars t per

shall be, established by the said trustees ; and month, commencing oo the first day of January -

to and for no other purpose whatever. one thousand eight hundred and thirty. Junction Commision

APPROVED, July 14, 1832. Benjamin Groun, at the rate of six dollars SUBSCRIBER
1 month
per ,
! AN ACT for the benefit of Saint Vincent's one thousand commencing July tventy-ninth, pointed AUCTIONEER for
Female eight hundred and twenty-nine. opera his! cervices: the Public in the
Orphan Asylum of tho William
of mission
City Gallop, at the rate ol six dollars Business.
Washington, under the direction of the per month, commencing December lie pledges himself pay strict '
Sisters of ,mess entrusted to him,
Charityand of tho \Washington one thousand and to
eight hundred 1
and twenty-cis. tors or other sales in the County. (
City Orphan Asylum, nnd for other Bartholomew
Dclapierre at the Irate: of His office is in the Town of O ;
purpose twenty dollars per month, at all times: be found.
Be it enacted by tbe Senate and House cember commencing Dc- JOS.
of fifteenth
: thousand
eight b u ndredollars August 10
Bepresentatirea of too United Slates of America and twenty-six. 832 1 8wSugar

in Congress astsemMed That the Daniel tliP'
Cominwsioner Stoddart, at the rate of six lV. '
of the Public Buildings be, and he month & N. IIAiViLELN
commencind on the first day of JG. L : !: !
i.i hereby, authorised and required to select January, one thousand Sugar Mill((, ,
eight hundred 1 and gale a credit :
and value such of the building Jots and I ore until March next.
parts thirty. July 10, J83"! 47
of l"L4. owned by the United States in
Edgar Freeman ifIIQiIIFiLr
at tho rate of
twenty t dol- m ?
City Washington, ns he shall think may be lare per month,
commencing en the fourteenth GOUDS.
-Just received
brought market and sold! FRESH
greatest! ad- day of November, one thousand hundred of superfine Broad ]
S antagc to the amount of twenty thousand and twenty-eight. (;assinetts,Hats, Boot, Shoes, &c.

dollars, which he shall divide nnd separate! [ into Sec. 2. And be it further enacted Rum, Cogniac Brandy, and good l
That the Herring-and
two other articles
parcel* often thousand many
dollars worth i each, Secretary of War be, and ho hereby is directconvey public to call and examine for
thoU ed to re-inscribe the name of John Miller{ Dr\lgf and Medicine. D. +
t tbo on
Washington City Orphan Asylum" said pension roll, as on the third day of NoI Monticello,September 4th (1832.
arid the other to the Saint Vincent's Female -
vember thousand
one eight hundred I andmonth OCHESEE.
; Orphan Asylum.of.Washington! under the dilution twelve,'at tte rate of eight dollars_ per TO be sold by auction on '
of the Cillers nf Charity' and to the from that time to the third day of z!'at the town of Ochesee, I
tur.r..t>;"r, of rnch'forever.iSer. thouuand eight hundred and January one cola River,where a court house for :

''t. ..t d'IiQ it further enacted Thatselect. his seventeen, when 'ells J i. now building, from thirty to .
name was inscribed thereon "
of tend in
and that the I the said
town. Terms
ll;>! .adlii; l '
and ports of lots be
so to ouiu !
: : *<:' ( John Miller be entitled. to receive arrears :cash, and the remaining; half
h -ej. aNd "..!Utsw; bali bo free from taxed for five of Ui pension* uary; 1834. 1 A ![
September 4th 1832, !

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The'ace ount:* from Holland concur- i in ,aoldtnff ernor Duval r pledged,himself to goTWBor, that Oo a 1 law of the U; States or of the 4. f
resign Territory the <
out but small hupps for the continuance r CoJ.nomination G. was confirmed' in .faro ur of as the soon with u hit two hundred and fifty dollars for postage on, his sum letters of NEW p> cajo and standard "ork jaatT"
Notwithstanding es1 :and for sate by.JOHN
of cave'--they repreaent the government as this unequal -The'e is no law which authorises E. BALDWINoJpoait.
contest ;
p senator, bowcrer, believed ten him to.draw mo B..PerkiJs'd! rtig mote. "
the .
bcin" determined to attack Belgium without t Urns given and received to the charges, the eridencc: ney from the Territorial.Treasury to Pay postage on Albambra; St tcJ .by the anther'of the. 9ktach

del.y'bicb on her part will not be unprepared in'j.'' contrary notwithstand- private or public letters. The appropriation by Co Swallow \ in, 3 Tola, -* ooY; 1

for tho onset-it is likewise believed by .11 tYith a view to a full development l of all the facts gress for contingencies was intended to embrace the nThe Adventures False Step, 3 Yol; $ ... .. ; .
of .
nCfie'J first propose to letters, but that fund was : a Younger Son, 2 volt '" -. \,
the best informed persons that the French ; publish the communica consumed in home rent. The Fdraaken. 8 Tols. :- '116'.1; .

Ambassador, Marshall 1\1() tier, has vttndwvn! charges and delegate widen to, the with Senate his summing up the VIII. The letter of the Secretary of the Territory The f3itttEr'a Budget, t T'la. ... .; ::.:'- itV
dated '
nhcalum of rejoinder to the re- 14th July last, will give idea The Ambitious Student { '' :-; ::. '
from St. Petertliurs, which would in fome the governor an of the v 'J'h' '' :
) Tcry __
; thirdly the ,
in the correspondence loose and inefficient Evidence -" 'l. !"
account for the of case Between: the President the mode in which the public business of Prophecy, I!. J, ,; t
strange obstinacy
measure ,
myself and the delegate, and> : has been done by the governor \Vhispenoa1'ie1 rty Married v' .'J ', ,, +. ,
and Pair. 4
the .
testimony given infavour careless -V .f !
in holding out conference of the man
Holland Seven
: against ernor Ages Dr.
and Evans
in .
fourthly the charges with ner which the public records have .. IV : J "
determination the evidence attached been preserved The Life of :. f
her from the Vftekllffe .
commencement separately! to each charge. this letter is marked G. ... ,r
of the discussions In doing this I shall er'. Saerad History of the .. .
World .
ultimately toapwil indulge in IX. The II ,. ,
respectful but Female .
to the sword. ron arks, calling men and things pointed: paper contains extracts of letters from: Sorereign'a, 8 rob. '"
'mines, disdaining that pitiful by their proper the most respectable citizens of Florida shewing the Pitcarn'a Island and Otaheite, -

t.ogueISInvblch the buffooning and dem a- state of public sentiment in that Nautical JUmraiseenea, ,* .
in .
governor Territory
lions, to always uses on all occa tion his opposi Essay OB Calcareous : : I'
:THE FLORIDIAN create sympathy and to reappointment.X. manure, *
: stern, calm, and substantial party feeling. It is, The above The Mother's Book, :
justice .
that I explanatory notes and Regan's *.
particularly for request, not observations Medical Jurisprudence :
Jl 1LilllA. large, who arc directly myself, but for the public interest at are deemed necessary to a proper understanding of Iceman, Heber and Pollock's Works, :. ..
concerned in ;it
guilt or inn o- those charges which Smith's.Grammar i
cones of the parties. ; have been exhibited citizen of Botany, ,
; by a _
W. 'VY A
TT. Websters .
'MORNING. SEPTEMBER IS. of the Territory of Florida against Governor Du.'aL Jacksons! Speeches, .

T? the Honourable \ The first catalogue.will be prmciples of Medicine, .
Much all we regret the agitation of any poluica'i the Senate of the United States. in the found with the papers I Domestic manners of the Americans by ,"
Since the Department of State Mrs. Tro-'
note I had the honoui to address and as they relate n- lope, with plates, "
quesion that has been, or is likely to be to you cipally to his pr The .
source o. on the 8th inst., I have been informed that William administration of the India.i Department Unique,with Portraits, eta.

yrrsorul or party violence! we feel bound to afford Mr 1 Dutal has been nominated br the office of P. ,\\'ill be considered in connection h those which Memoirs of the Dutchess D'Abrantes ... .
of Dewees -
Wyatt an opportunity to place before the public, the he Territory of Florida.I governor are'deemed much morcfimportant and flagitious. biilrightsGnide Midwifery -.. ,'.

eriirc; proceedings connected with the cffor' madilai, 1 shall now proceed to state some of the grounds, Respectfully subm.tted, Lcmprieres' Clasical, Dictionary r j,. J r, .I
,, before upon which J have deemed it JOSEPH M. WHITE. Buck's Theological ..,
the "
tviater Senateto prevent the rcappointmtf e m; that his my duty, respectfully to ... MBM HM History of Cbolera.Dictionary ; fK. '. .\
ray nomination
Governor Duval This matter would ; might not receive the sancli'm The below Robinson ; !;
verses !
undoubted J arc from the Crusoe .
of the Senate. pen of a poet of high -- vs. ;-
fv.ve; b,en suffered to rest in silence had his distinction The heart v.hich they do Workingman's Companion J :.
not I. not
exct I IJcncy I- In the 'first I soothe and < ,'
place refer to the charges and make better, is a hard, hard Hei v cy's Meditations .. t. i 5. r
and his friends claimed its issue its a triumph, ,incat'ons of William. Wyatt for several spe- scribe: with touching very one-for they le. Cabinet :: '
accuracy and Encyclopedia
years a mem- Beauty, and all absorbing 14 vol!. '-'*.. :
', ,
and indulged in the bitterest <'r of the legislative nature of grief for the Encyclopedia i .
: recriminations agains'sc -' council the Territory of Floid dead, and show that Americana, 10 vote ... : .

tl concerned in presenting tbe'chirges. a ; which were 1.referred to tile President of the'chasten excellence d in may SOR1ct tues become so hollowed and Village Sermons, "i'.: .''!- :

f..d :-'ta'es ad the Memory of survivors Arabian Nights, ...;.L. .4 A.
as to render ..
We consider it an indispensable never investigated nor refuted, and constant and strongan Bell on Baths : '..! .4'
: duty, to publish! all Inch arc not .USCl ptible cf rtiuiatirn. excellence, of the aspiration after hea en. This ; l.Jay's ..- .. A Ae

tl f documents in our teach, that the public may beri II. Upon t'.ts' tirst pc-t of these accusations theresident from the heaven'shich loved contains and l lost them, like a golden chain nrx'..'Evening Work* Exercies, CI\i'\ /\ J '..'.''-.. q

cn1hbJ! to judge, whether the governor owes his t : rt-quncd of G':ivernor Duval an explanation -1--tile grasp a pure mourner, and he is drawn, seems away to meet from: Cox DispensatoryV ';. .,..\rI.J >.' 1:,:.,-'f.:, .
rr n:ph to his own ir.noccnrp, nr to absolute: refusals l t'y ... u j opportunity h party pi'hics.; Parley's tale ,
,, those high in office, to furnish the means of obtaining tu'kmg, them to produce the proof, wiikh he has alvays :- THE Orators Guide, assorted, .." L: ,. "," -,r1" \' .. j
.fWl tJ'! t e 'eirc:! : !o be exhibited before: tho Senate.-Ont'.js avoucd his readiness to do, to sustain them, liarlias .'Tia stud to beliere oj the absent Hannah Moors works,2 vols' ,: .;
UK defence of tee lore Federalist ,
the ,
; j.oint, however, we do not governor ever been seen either IJ tee n.ett them belw, ice ahull "./ 1 i
pretend to judge.l>yrapcrs lu.n&elf, the meet teem a&ore.!' \\ rt's Life of Patrick .of .. c '
) or undcri c
\ > nit! as his Henry "
Repres .ntati\-e :
found i:1the : < Aa Old :'It
archieves the ON Batchior
Senate it t
will 2
itK'Ugh Irt' vols.
appear ; :uch.iy; requested.: The departed the Monti ., ;
departed l
tales 3 >>
vols. t
: that Gen. Call vv'imttered to lP bff.)re the lea,*t'o IlL The ascend catalogue: charges, it i> fcthtved: Thy visit us in dreams, Bouriennes,Napoleon ."' :.-:; 1 J

< testify in favour of Governor Duval, while lie t n cry entirely: d.Sfl gardc.!, until: I addressed a letter to And they glide above uur memories, Traverse Tables, ,"" -, -
< !'c!ion?cri ng en his pretended opposition'to GOYCMIT j.e .esid.nt: rcquestin.;: that: they IM-hi with those! But where shadows over streams ;_ Domestic Cookery _. ':: ..r I :
5?Ural, in districts! where he to:; known to be unpopular.} l l I'r. \ :oi.s.p.tstn: } rd, be, investigated by- a special a- : in constant the iuaire cheerful burn lights, of homo Book Moorcs of Melodies Arts, .. _' 1 f,' ,. ti

-" c !.?U! !leave the public \10 judge of the rt.1t i i\u* o tife w-ij.i letter i itctived; by Ill. oirecton of the I 1 lit utparteu the departed! Common Place Book, 't: C..!'. -.1., i. i

siccny rl !, nutur.uf: .. AaiKlu.ftersevcml months; Can never i..ore return 1 Gummercs .

*fan inJividual, who was so zralous an advocate rl! -\ IK :.ay, ami ,-crsnljl entreaty addressed tore the 1 lu good, the brave, the: beautiful! Chemistry Surveyin"Turners -' '.:;'(: ._ 4
t'ie! gimtmr last winter at Washington! SvO.c'' of Suma,. iiuw orean.less Dcto Quixotte
and \ ho uy ? letter: in I paper B. TI here was is tl.eir sleep 1 -
fused to attend a dinner i given in Tallahassee! in h nc.r .\erthcless, no a.e-m apitointcd and no opportunity Where Oi" die rolls the duge-hKe music Prince Produces'on the Vine, ... ., '.. : ,.
... ever-tosaing dtcf'- .0 __
,sv" to sulsuu.uatc the Promology
cf thesarcintiiduaLTCholera: charges. T..e office v.asI'ucvtr Or where the hurrying .
nigtu-vi" tads Horticulture }
: shf.uly afttruards ollercd to .Vr. Lia:ich, j 1 ale winter's roLes have spread Life of Paul Jones, .' ." t 11

has so COT abated in I\ear i orlt anfHltiMpliia '! ,n. > in which: I inlcr, that the President: ai one tm.e con- : Above the narrow palaces, Goldsmiths Vie" ot the World, .1 4 : '.: ,
I ..,<.eiect them! sufficient the In the cities of the dead Tales of a Grandfather
:! + } that diy l! of its justify uisr.msa; of G ov- : t
reports have I looked
ravages j t.iijL'uval. around .
1 am not adu:ed, \\hat caused theI I aid f.clthc awe Operative Mechanic, 2 toh..
*xn t1:.ditcontir.i'.ic: Tlc boas I Of one who balks American Flower :
rf hc tlih, in 1 both <-.I.M.C; ; iu las d.teiiai .ation, which Las ltd to his alone- Garden, -irectory, '
I re- the )
..csiiavercoonan nded! to absc-nt Citizens; to return.By .lj'i".ill tll1etl I. Among In u.ourntul wrecks ruin,strown.cf former days, ILA W I33QI US. V'' k 'r" .J t

i., J !hcrtuith tend! a copy cl W. Wyatl's second I s'.ari to hear the stirring sounds Chitty Wheaton's on Contracts, r

lite !'n5'ils *rrm Fcttng:,i, it appears: that Don! r.. .:1Ivu. c of chaigts luarKed, C.' in suiXrt of the Among the cypress trees ; T'plltr on Executions belwyn, 2 vols.

!\ Iroha-J pn -sgirn cf the vliole r.orihfni district: oi a.Si spiciiicdiiui of ihtiab. 'tu+clc.itiurerrelr es in For Is n.c voice at time departed lidd's Practice, 2 vo,s. i..
borne ;
4 bit ar.d ilif urstplace,u > flat
} vols
covniry, ; hiss ct *\ cs Llckatling Liblxjn.The atcucni from the treacun That voice :
!-it Wentworths
the: tngmal! cf v. inch, is en file iI i the E'atc De- Laci.free and careless mingles strain with Ilory's Law of Executors Bailments :

,artuicnt, sac a c., cited hcr ; ;
of airs of Deluiur.1 arid Holland; py .with marked; >o). 1. I scarce can ttEarth's} minstrelsy: Kmherfords Institutes .
., at the }latest .he aceouut is for rent of office \\ ill cheer Condensed
an from I 1st of July, ; my heart again. Rr'ports 01 the
darr, nmaiutd ulUld justed.R. lo the 31st The I Condensed Supreme Court, :
of December melody ot
li!)'i, at sixty dollars i Summer waves, English Chancery
per Reports, 3 Tob' :
utt..u.lt. &U60.; The receipt of \\ ihiam 1'. Duval is attached or fie thrilling notes: of bites: I Monlefiere's Synopsis, .
IL4iON-T:1 rer'y! ;o die cil! thereto never be so cear lo m.i, I Gould's Pleadings, ,
on me by ma- bearing his proper signature.; Annexed As them J II It
f.>y criers" m j'nu' paj*: of, last! .I to permit myfX iuuisa report of the 1st Auditor ot the Ties remembered words. Stackie Hovenden on Frauds, 2 in one.- : II
rare to be ustd 1'\t'+S a cat H(it 1 ttr for a ?-at in the I It ury.ilus. I somclimts arena: their pleasant smiles on Evidence, 3 vols. :
Lf':: rive: Council ; I bef (with a durbLiist ,.f tut*. appears:: :rent this rej:{,rt that Governor DuViJ i Sullonrm sweet. fall ; Roscoe on Evidence, !I

h\lIur M lirh this ti tcrconfers upon me,) to be uccount ending April 1o 7, charged for office rent romper Their tones of lore I faintly. hear Sterns Works, '. _
11 Itf>t'' i It' dorlinr lie; iut/a'i: icr a: this' : time.! Tht! ilvly : 1st of ISov. ItiiS to 1st of January 1527, at 530 iYy name in sadness calL ] Potter on Sugar Cane, .

I over to my (.to iy! and! to thI., ';r. to \\h"m I am n ,i un- month. It is manifest that thcrcHiS / knvw thai they! are happy, Johnsons Works, 6 vols. '
'hagcL; to and Bo
"ir Mctiiii.iry: oMcaiioiK With ituir ai1' el swells Johnson 5 vols. *
{ rcndtrs a } L plulI.uge on r <
representative' Naid by t :c niter; Mates fur tie ;
s.mie office rent, the lint
k9n Chcmicn1l\Ianipuhtions
r2 iucil it
t inon inaiblsviii my present! rurst.it.s. my very 'isolate, ,
"THG.LCIlOVX.. r sum of sixty dollars per mouth nom) 1st :\lo\. to :1st of To think that they are gone. Fredoniad,4 vols.
: jdl1u.rj': and again the Plutarchs' Lives
sum of thirty dollars! per month The departedtire! departed ,
I for the saii.e :.C scale and They visit in Rollins Ancient History,
[ron THE FtostDIAco. s.j] JHJJ : paid: to Governor, Du- us: dream, Ccmmon
i tt ai, ; iiu And they glide above Prayer Book, inelegant
I. making double payments, ninety dollars our memories. large binding; and *

TO THE PUIIL2C. l lunii; fur two months; ol the time for the miserable Like shudov. over streams ; Books,assortment Miscellaneous of family, and pocket Bibles, school
But, where the cheerful wo>ks, and Novels
lights of home not inserted
t* i is wih;! rc'uctar.'cand regret 'hat lot la.st fir d I rn-- uilding claimed by his son, but iu fact his) describedHI In constant lustre burn, in the above catalogue, all of which are {offered for
) the stat<.!Ucuts N os. 2 and 3. The sale on reasonable terms. The
t tt'.f: in self defence, ')- .1wl l to appear l.lCf.rc \'OUllU.'I'tIle dt"p.1rtedtle! departed subscriber has also,

old) irritstinz suet of the charts: : stains; inGuvt The, rent of this house, and the lot, which lately Can never more return. received ply of which a l.t he of ruled paper for account books, a sup.
ri'f this old with other will keep on hand.
Territory-She circumstances con- ( impiovements) for S150 as charged

tiitcd'with .is late ro.tpp".inimeit, :; c. I l.ad .:lei. ihaii. to, and paid by the United State I FRO)! THE MOBILE PATRIOT. Tallahassee JOHN BALDIN.
amount to
$7&U,- September 18th
rained: that 1S32.
if Governor Senor 53*
Diual Don
aiid his A
friend CERLCZRO;
whether this; double charge for : and (;al. fcoto arrived in
two months
permitted the truth connected with this and lh- this city .
whole a
transaction yesterday, from..Vericoia \ic-Uileftist
sum fur the whole :1S'the on POttfu !
to remain undisturbed, and nnpprvcned by faseLo period \\ rc ult of acciJei.t i heir way to aj.hu.gton City. These gentlemen 11ttllfJlfUtt.

.id, not to trouble cithor it>c public! or myself I, any "r evinces a [.rcp.r rcl .trd fut the pubLc, iir.eiest:, is a b'ar despatches from several of the legislatures,

lore, ab"',ut it, wllJ-ng; that it should be sous:;!!Wed t<+ mailer that can Le: mote 'sly decided in conjunction truois: and other authorities of that country inviting gov- I

lave nih\u!, i and to abide by the opinion, the public might, s\ith other developments which will \lie made l.e i'after. Jrc'iieral Pecraza, now in the United Mates, to rem.'" ,
formed of it, frnm: the frets that had to ihe Alexican Slates and
already jippearec. :No. 4 is resume the Presidential
n copy of a letter of Col. Gc '
Bat even b-fnrc Goernor Duval arrived injpub o. \\ alton i, late chair. Col. Soto and Senor D n Cereceroare -...

ihc! lcrri-y! rsj-crts vtre pet in circulation, no i Secretary of tl.e Territory, showing the palmntsmade cnottn in the United Slates. The former gentleman not un-

':: ', "insTnnr.cira.ity, v'ic' >ly pervc rtinjjand mis- : b r him of the first account, acid is only fleredoth is distinguished: for his military services und devotion

represent: the truth nro .,.1. ., o of its i-haiacter, in explanation of the receipt.Htattment to the cause of liu country; and the latter formerly -

tastin!; the most scrims rr fl''t., :.s upon our dek.g-at Nt] ). 2, is signed by two highly resided in Ohio, and since nis return to Mexico, has -
t-.ysrlf and o'hers. Tpor. the ...arival f for vcrn respccta been :onected.hh: the of
go (r, ale gentlemen government the .11 xieanyield
one a member of the '
and a:a dinner Bar, and t.1t States. It is-
l -
given tart \ uic 15 or 2l> of his dci hoped? that General Pcdraza will
:, lt'Jrd: 1 and misrr.I izins the Lcli'.or of a paper, and! publisher of the hi; Tallahasse JOCKEY
}par he confirmed i a set laws of : consent to Ur.s national call ; as his return to his THE CLUB is now organi
vwr'h! these rf ports, vrii'ch! I am well informed I were the I'nil d States.'I native country will, it is believed, restore tranquility i I ,-The officers elected for this year, are

r.o'l.tnjj more then a confused strain of self praise} mu he second and third specifications arc founded! on and re-establish the principles of a federal republican I MAJ. ROMEO LEWIS, President.

bin-f C.ire pbuse of others,delivered .n his usual swagcnag ;!- an official staltment, from the io. go vernment. DR. LEWIS WILLIS, 1st Vice President.

coarse and vulgar style. The governor in this this diCumcnt Treasury, 5. From ..,_._ WILLIS ALSTON, ESQ. 2d Vice Pre dlnt.
tP"ech as it is called,denounce d Col.V bite,Col.kltiincif it appears that Governor Du\"all"cce \- FROM SUl\IATRA.-Tbo CAPT. THOS. BROWN, S e'ry 4- Collector

jilirty, and myself, for the opposition we had man J.in.self for the stationary furnished by C. C.&P.. rived Boston brig Olive arCAPT.. RICHARD HAYWARD, Treasurer .

4estf ttm ards his administration, rc-appoinuncnt, &c. \;Y. .n Cliams, for 1828, the sum of240 52. Th at on Friday morning last, !from The first annual Races will commence on the thin

gainst his official conduct had been! investigated, ana the sum of :X344 56. Whether these sameyear The dispraise which have been iadul cd iu days: free for any Horse in the United States. The I
f>r.>ren before the Senate of the United: States to 1 1al he sums were against the adnmtration with purse on each day will be good, of which timely noticewill fI'
< charged t>o as not to the reference to the be
e. Now ;it is not my design in indeavouring; toexrrhole. appear same, the given. ,1 I
rose this affair in its true colours by laying the i more effectually: to defraud the Government, I cannotsay decent t punishment of the inhabitants i in i that The track is nearly comple J, and will bear a comparison

tacts before the public i to sup;on, or say any thing of but tuat both payments v ere made for the same quarter, is effectually set at nought by this with any course in the Union.

any charges that may hare peen made by others; it is accounts will not, and cannot be duiied. The fat arrival. Capt. Marshall informed the ropriatives- By order of the Club, t

what I have slid and done in the matter that I am named tumwasabtainedbythegovernor elors of the News Room that the THOMAS BROWN, Secretary.
tifrin With: several 1 years Sept. 18,1832. 5tf.
; this view I think
at once, to .
ynn issue and proper after the account of C. C. &. R. W. Williams was ad- have been very civil since the visit of t the frigate '
say that 81} f3.i.8: these t'SSl'rtlons oC will be run for on the Tallahassee
I the gr.Tcrnnr applies to any charges that I have made justed. and paid at the Treasury upon an allegationoat Potomac, and are alarmed at the dppcarance THERE 1st Saturday in October, a match race course.

i Against him, they ai e aUoluttly false in every he paid them that! sum. In support of tlti charge of every vessel bearing the American tween STARLING and HIGHFLYER for $100 boa If
i ((lr, & entirely without the least fhadow of fouwhch uPdation of speculation and fraud side, one single mile. .
the The
accounts No. C i, and the iag. Olive was mistaken for a slcop ofQgala "r? .,
pledge myself to every honest mac, to pro\e 'official lr tier of the Var ALSO-A raw1 immediately after the match raB
; Register of the in
before I clotc the ixp"'sure. Treasury, No.: 7 disguse, at a port not far from for $I>0, one mile and repeat,-to be run for ai'Jrding ))1

It will be seen by the evidence which I shall here- are referred to. If it should be cmagined by anyone Jntoo, and the natives fled into the interior, to the rules of the Jockey-Club ; except as otherwise

cftcr submit, that the charges were never inv >tigatcdicatedly that this enonrous amount of stationary could bousedformer taking with them all their valuable effects." I provided, by the subscribers to the purse. Entrance:

cor proven fake! -That the President was re 1n 1828,1 have only to refer the quantity in all I $5, : flee for saddle, horses only.!

requeued to :appoint an agent, or i'*uc some order, as and subsequent years, and what is conclusive, the act BOND- ,-OHers for sale THE PROPRIETOR. ]
fee had done HEl'ilty COTTON. P. S.----Much is
Before in similar in Fond col sport expected.
cases to of the _
lect legislative council, upon which the account is made by Mr. John Schly, of Louisville I Tallahassee
testimony: in the that absolute refusalitory September 11th 1832. 4tf
case- ; jet.
lad been adjusted and paid. That act authorized the from 33 to 50 sawsAlso, 2 of Alexander's Flor-
mode by the Secretary of this 1 e tosupport laymenti244 da the above Gins
iumUh the evi Vnc in the executive office to of $197 12j and 646 43 making tire sum of ( 56, at 6;months for good security.Cotton will be .sold on reasonable terms DR. COLEMAN respectfully of- ii

the charges, without: this or some other legal order- the sum paid to C. C. & R. W. Williams. The account Bagging, Scotch and Kentucky his professional services to the Citizens of

that: a like refusal?had been made by several: importantvitnS&sc of the governor in 1630, was fabricated here with others Ky. Bale Rope and Twine, Tallahassee and the Country. .

{ !!-that the President, at one time, decided in at a time when he was out of funds-the amountjpon Sugar Boilers of small sizes
nor of the charges, or either to dismiss Got enter Du- varied from the 400 Sacks blown and ground SALE.-A
in Liverpool
1S28 Salt
gal payment to impose the FOR tract of land adjoining
at anot!iir. promised to appoint an agent, but at 50 Do. Coarse Alum -
hg irfuied u iio\ either-that the President: Iermitted officers of the Treasury, and paid upon a false ceitificate Flour, Bacon, Lard, &.c., the town of Monticello in Jefferson Co.' ,
imself tll be iafluenccd to this was: course by abusive of his own. Tallahassee, sept. 18, 1832. 5tf. and now in the occupance of Dr.Holt; con
fetters written to him Governor Duval and few The fourth is upwards of 400 acres-Persons wishing to
by : a charge the roost important, and i is connected I
of hia mtvratle creatures about this the Superior Court, Middle District of Florida, for the purchase will please examine the lands, and apply'to .
place ogainst with
irattcliaraeterof : circumstance which will be d slattedaaawhich in County of Gadsden the undersigned. If not sold by the first of November
the hIn
and -
mast:liars known were false delegate that m> had, which.be-)thinDaral connection with his conduct towards the lndi M. NICHOLSON. } next ; the undersigned will have 40 acres of said .1 t
fc.>do wrh the guilt or of Goreinor will constitute a separate communication.V. V' land laid off in lots, and will be offered at public auc- t"
*h tthe innocence: C.E.SH.J. IlEL TON. ) tion. The terms and time will hereafter-
evidence V. Tie D is made
that was collected in the to ti us- paper a correspondence between

the lain the haree: +t, was excluded before the ti mate agog William Wyatt Esqr. and the Secretary of the,Territory THE defendant commenced will by take notice of that the above case known.Tallahassee, September 4th BETTON 1832. & EMORY.
process Attachment 3tf
gruuods' that it was irpuri, and not taken{ b11 leg1 showing the necessity of some order from the to the last May term of said Court. returnable -

AU.hnrity.and oth The erid -DU howeTero CoUGaxWen Senate to obtain the evidence sought by him, the bearing R. K. CALL JAMES D. BULLOCH, !
ers, was then at Washingtol1t taken iu 'erson I ACCNT ices
Wore the i of width can readily be perceived *from the interrogatories Plff s Att'y. H. -
in favor sal ''
of the governor aEattisi Sept. IS, IS3?. } ArTACHDI v"1'. ;
"c charge, all of mhicb shall .hereafter a p pear with contained in the first letter, and the evasionand 5if. rs : it1

side wabJe+ comment*. The Senate had therefore to.de refusal in the answer.. N OTICE. do hereby forwarn any person or persons HENRY ALLEN,

between this valid tesunxmjr, infer oaf of the! VI. The letter and encloscre markedaaPported E,will also, from harbouring, trading, or dealing in any; ALL persons concerned will take notice that I have
fiorenwr, and bare the charge* un by. 'jr man whatever, with my wife Ii cry Ann Fuller, as day levied an attachment in the above '
adoii show the ab Mate refusal of the witnesses cause,
M!* ridence. It +ril farther appear b1 the to give testimony she has let my dwelling for no provocation whatever.LLER. returnable to the next court of Commra Pleas,and

"Mmocicaoan, of the chat w' }PrePWtc unle* ealjed{ on .in ,a regular manner, and Z. Fl Oyer and Terminer, for the town of Appalachicck l .

O r HtvereffiMtiabisnotrrrtoprerentanriedeUnqueiieyik e nof '(rotes how difficult it ia for. an, individual extract September lllh 1632 42wFOR a store house on Water-atr., and at present occupied ,, df;'

t '. the !_ jbcustimonfagminst any public delinquent t however RENT.-The large and commodious by J. Laprade, as a grocery and adjoining David .

. <.r Art'I t.enr at. tVashiatop, Iiketb ?. in PJorida.wJ n | 'fu rant and dissert bin conduct may be. framed building on the east side of the tapir two Webster on the west, and G. 1. Floyd, on the cast* :': : }

: was to be t')raid u>autttain'the ebargea *erefalananrcxaiainauoaof \IL The marked P hu been for the tal square. It is i in excellent repair and W. LAPRADESh'fi' c o c P. ..' ,,
;; 4 paper sent: well.alculated Appalachicola .' I
public rccordi Iut for private or public For 3 ..
use. terms ) -
..1 tl a97itr:iQ ) a.1!1 I hncQti author"J' for Nr i"g' 1bstj,I 1 PTcmt f showing that the governor has drawn from cacaos. HENRYPENNY.apply on the pre- BLANK BILLS OF LADNG-Ju.stfri 1ia : J'
the tins the eVidtwc aut thj o ta! Treasray, wiihcnt the authority of Tallahassee
cfCoL OadJCtCu.+ any September 11th 1832. 4tf I ted and for enle.lhiis Office. .' ;"'''f.

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Braintree 'Cotton Gin: ; '1J tMXl1?9<
'* -
.- B-BLHwarwaf* **** ATfORNEYATLV.: : _
-. ... -, .. the Mailsof L micd Statca{ Cotton : : FOR canyingtbe i from tlie first day January 1833, FOR fromTrdntrce Manufactory.. 'Apply to WlLL'Piuctice ; ,: 4
for two years, tlie ", d.). County West Flnrk a. His Ofica 4
. to'the thirty-first day of December : on ,Joseph 'iJ'. Klcin,8"t.l\larks. of is on Jefferson Street, opposite that of :he ;em v.
following i Post Routes in Florida I Territorywill J.V.. K will receive orders for othcr'Saev Gms N. B. All I! instruments of vritirg, win be drawn. bllSwIth h
, be received at this Office until the 2d day ot the above manufacture. the strictest attention to their legal a..'rnracV ,* Joll:!

. November next, inclusive, to be decided on I the July 10, 1832 47_ tf_ Tallalm!!!3fc: June 20. 1829. 3o1't J t r'llC

f 9lh. day November. Bleu is Steel Saw Cotton inns JOSEPH L DD ,--- E itJ :
,. 2477. From Monticello in Jefferson County, dft 1
miles and back "inrAfr il4t-i\to by tee rfrnviis & $T2;,'\
Leon -10 th'C
Magnolia in County,
to Subscriber has an assortment mmuti andi1 1iu :1-nt5L.
once a week. THE assorted ,fon3 Swedes in-n '. :
assn rttd.
S A. M. Saw Cotton Gins, ( ) (\
.,.. Leave Monticello every Wednesday at unt's heat Sic!! G Crates .nlU
and Ware
sold 82 Crockery
-will be at ,
P. M.Leave which :
6 Saws
Arrive at Magnolia the same day by ;I from 30 to 71 of January 100 Cast Iron Ploughs,
: first day el.o
the )
e"f until
and s wholesale.and Re Magnolia every Thursday at 5 A. M. ., per saw on a Credit 50 Uhl. Pork (Mess clear and prime.: .! ll 11\

... :MADE, Frederick evanty. .)11d. by C Herston, Arrive at Monticello the same day by 6 P. M. next, to good responsible purchasers.BENJA3IIN BYRD. 10 Hhds. BACON', t<.1r,

concerned in the Patent WWI Dr. J dklns. 2478. From St. Augustine toTampaBay, and 1832. 41 tf 50 Bbls. Fresh FLOUR,

'rne above Ointment is offered to the public as a back once in two weeks.Leave Magnolia iay22, 50 Bbls. WHISKEY, ,."; : ,

-}" and remedy for those obstinate dwa. St. Augustine every other Thursday at Attachment- 50 Bbls. Is. E. RUM, .
; skill of medical Tierces Cheese "
: Ssome bvcertahicb baffled the 10 :
of \'e so lung M. E Defendants ir.Chaires
'i. 6 A. Ben ) fH 1H
H. vs. ,
Green C imirrs, 30' Bbls. MACKEREL
: ; : the next Monday by BetJ this suit will l takesy ;;
ZF f- SJleuce. Stvellingsof every description. Arrive at Tampa Bay Executor, and 3 .Bales Osnaburghs,
Jstbite 6 P. 11.Leac. Executrix of DaI I notice that application
andtJ1cerauf long standing.3d I Floyd, : 30 Dozen Bottled Cider,
2d Sore Legs other SaturdayA.M. at will be made to the Su5. iWhich
.. _"" .'t" : Scbirrusor Glandular Tumours, p31lcolarly! Tampa Bay every \is Floyd, deceased, James! Court of Leim Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk' ,
: j, in men'sl.lreutsvhicb olicnt. Linn,and' Elizabeth Linn, perior Oc- WHfES or various kinds,
';, A.. tIO'C bard l1ed moors in ulcerated cancers.1th Arrive at St. Augustine the next Saturday by late Elizabeth Floyd, Chas. Countyat the next foreclose Fresh OLIVE OIL, ;>
lime t termto 1Yj-
the name FloydRobertFloydGabri-
Felons what some_people know by 6 P. .M. Da BUTTER CRACKERS,
or by
of description. No. 2479. From Quincy by Fort Gad el;IFIo}Thomas C. Davis n.mortgage given M. Lard, Batter, J )
Catarrh.- every
of vis to Henry
hers Floyd
,t ttheu"latie I'ain of the Jomts. 65 miles and back 6. Milo 11. Davis sol I tin And an adiMtirnnl sirply; of ;JIIJ
fth description or in den to Appalachicola Bay, and representatives of Davis I Brackenridgc. ; .
Braises of every m IOOt ai1: -
Gth Sprains, and Jlfofthe orlh- Q .;:
west :
wENk.Leave J !
a .
once with hJ Lrmc.rcs.rtO t"lItre offered .
."".1' ttibaterer h Tetterl pall! of'ituatt rail 'kinds. 111 this oniPInint theTil pa, Quincy ever} Monday after the arrival | weuqnartcr of section nine, township half of the f ne,North ranee hast one, tremely low for CViS/7, COTTO.V or HIDES. eX'- It, I

bent m Wyns ibe Ointment, must keep the part of the mail from Milledgcville, :ay 12 out) and east, and the east ones 'h Magnolia! April: I Ic32. 33 tt:. .111 c'ItIEDICAL. '
ofscction eight, range
out of water affected by rest. noon, arrive at :1p Play al ehicola Bay the next quarter and east, said land lying in the County oV Leon a t -
Cilll"lains or parts .:
8th ,
Darn P. 11. GEO. WALKER, PlH'sAtl'!
7 .
t .. Ilf the befit remedies for a .and by Territory of Floriua. )
It ;
'. .' i Scalda I" a. easesthc tint 11:1IU and draws the fire out m a Leave Appalachicola Bay every Sunday 'I. May 2-2, 1832-}U-tt'rt.H The undersigned have loaned a partnership! th r.

ff .Jt M. arrive at Quincy the next day by under the firm of; CREWS &. I RIPE b. fir die .-'
.<.4 +; short t t and Olartdulartor at 5 A. J. G.& NAV'ii HA l LEN r....
11 omen's[ with the mail of the diHi-rcnt: branches of tlc
.. ['a- Lt. IIn known 12 noon, in time to connect practice : science :
i lute
tredicine yet received
':f _. S\\. '-. ll :, to any much safer than mercurial 1 i from L'allahs.ssee for Milledgevile. just:: by arrv- of m dicinc. Thry have on hand an extensive ..11tl

the: '." ;,. :c',cult)' It is because' it doe NOTES. alsfrom New-): clr k. supply of) fresh medicines which they! will dispose r\llt.
) that
of ; I Their office is in -
to ( t'on liberal terms. 1VebbvrlleJackson
from expose General the rightto ) ,
Master" reserves
: l-idenl liable :o injury 1. The Post! =
and niter the times of County.AYt II B. CREWS
the Mails to
c4. standing expedite Pair Ccqro shof. ... iirogans! ,
cured soresof many years 2000 < HENRY TRIPPE.ftp .
has time i
at during
TnC'Lttitunt their( arrival and departure, any
heal Fustains
Cotton ,
10 500 Negro
.- it impossible or i imprudent adequate +Unie!! April 1
U II T of the bone becoming continuance of the contract, by giving an 500 ])0. doVVollen Cloth and Satinctts,

oa tern'u oi1' m consequent the ; ol the canes, compensation, never exceeding a pro rata 100 Do. de Point Blankets,
will progress
fr,i ro!. -'n. it stop I Ibet..J such alteration ust IleceivedFR
1.- which
curi ol me discharge, remove the of- allowance, lor any extra expense 100 Do. Rose & Duffile do.,

fun.n.Mac-r ij.o.quantity.. and vm-c the pain. may require. 20 Bales Domestic Sheetings &. Shirtings, &c FR schooner? I ILO, from Baltimore,and for sale,

It .viw .s.'rst Felons orVhitlov> on an application 2. Seven minute shall allowed! for openingand )15 Dozen Wool Hats, i 600 bushels of CORN,

c r 4noun--. closing the mails at each oltice, where nu particular 500 Pieces Stripe &. Plaid Domestics, 1100 BUsS. fine How ard Street FLOUR,
stood so long as to become but the Post Master ; 150 Do. Scotch Bar ring, ; )
\\':ach have time l'imlllJC: specified, 15; MACILEIICL! _
H1r.I.oIJI:1USIIIS 1 inwjTuly I _... ; 7 On.. _
medicine betaken ...:,,.. :...
lectures of extending HKRPilNGSSusr.uehana uti
a 1'\-..tcual.c: disorder. General I reserves to hinrsdfdie:: right 4U do ( ,)
to emo\e them entirely but in most common directedit the time. From New-Orleaits by the Schooner 50 SACKS SALT, ,; reiJ

this Omlmeut externally as I ill at 000 J I b w ACON HAMS (superior,) ,
C will give relief And even will case the alter the linieprctcnbcd many con ract, Any persoi ishing to purchase the corn, c'n have
standing io Pbls. ,
been of lunger rdittiltnt vtr.iri iti I cwtp a ,'T.t tl
il" hate1ain. s > !
1.tile. delay
.i the contractor shall lorleil ave :. 50 Half tin. old do. ,HY f Art:: Y.r -. \
and masters of vessels: this ointment bliaii continue hey l find the time for the departure 100 BMs Superfine :New Wheat FLOUR, \.

1, To h'i fa retain 1 valuable in winter, on our coast it beingver. of any pending mail, the forfeiture shall he equal 100 Coil BALE ROPE, uritvAMERICAN HOTEL '. .

Inuit' -in mils eil'ects on Chilblains or parts afiected to twice Ult; -\lOUllt allowed for( carrying t the 100 Pieces Heavy Ktntl1l'kyGGIG, I !:

with. r'I;'I"t itliktwiMprescncs its qualities in allcli- mail one trip ll it be l made to appear that the 10,000 Lbs. Middlings & Shoulders! l.iCfO.V' .,ell
occasioned unavoidable accident, of 5 Illnls. Canvassed! ILWZ, r-3
matl' proving the value of thismost delay was:; 50 Boxes &. Kegs best Richmond TOBACCO,
of the
testimony General be
A large mass \\lio wlncii the Post Mater snail judge,
will be shewn to those 20 Do Porter nr.ll.:1LE
excellent medicine Dr Uers- the forfeiture may 5 jJC reduced) to the amount of x .....
application 10 Dozen Colling! & Cos aXES, :
1 rJ".uatiou on
furlh be
wish : that amount l..
fur a but m no case can
authorized agents. pay IOU LVJGS SJIOT.FOU
tons Thcah, or to,Mfnif'dciitftfohl::: ; tiS by special appointmentthe of'remitted. The ,forfeitures( are otherwise unconditional S UNU.Jr: -

and warranted genuine. and will m all cases be enforced. S,: LE. E 1! ,1 rI
\"l patcntiP :. B. PEKKlNti.:: DKUCGIST.Tallahassee. 4. Persons who make piuposals will state their B:4s: \\ hiskey, '

February 24th 1831: ..7tf. prices by the year, payment to be made! quarterly I; j 35" Fresh S. F. Flour, THE Subscriber respectfully infi-rras! Iiu friend/, ;, :

.. .., to.Qt I ; in the months or.May, August, Noveml and I 25 Bags Coffee, I the public :Centrally, that he h:? rented il.clarge } ,1\

.iJ..1&) 1) ,.. .' February, one mouth from the expiration of eacn 200 (;nrn. I comnv.ttious building on the We side oi ;also tJI
received from New-Orleans. t ', "
::1If" Just 'opitolSquarefnrmcrlvoccupiedasaI rru. ) Jw.n t
or.c: of tin. must efficacious compounds in of the invet MATERi. 5. None but. the a free mail.white person shall be employ _.":!: : !! ._ __ ____ j repair, will be read)' ItJr the rcceptiol'<< Boarders :and .:l}
of that class id to carry .f the 13th inst.
the 1 Visitors
.-. A.EUICA. for cure : on I
,. Disease, produced* hy mj impure btate of t the 0. Proposals should st.1te"hcItcr! tIe pcr:oiiprojwscs of jJlo i)il 1.l JOHN ,,-. REAVFS.

crate blood and vitiated habftof body, and usually exhibiting :; to carry the mail iu a !four horse coach, a: .- -

tlent-elte! in the forms of Scrofula Salt llheuni.Leprosy. when. two horse coach, or otherwise. J"Oi IC'Eis hereby) given that SixThcvsand shares JOSEPH L.L. DD.

St. knthony's I Tire Fever Sores (p\en 7. If the person oiieriiig proposals wishes the I of ihe Capitol Slock: of the CL" '.! UAL BAM.
i received Schooner Delta from Chares-
\ the buies UH .-.H'i.ctrd)11'hite) Swelling'-if:! applied Ulcers privilege of carrying newspaper| ?, out tit the Mail, i Florida, ha'e hem subscribe!, and that in confjrnJ-; HAS J jxr; : l
Dr. Jebb'b Liniment) foul and obstinate otherwise he caiu.oi the directions! of the Chart the Subscription ,
with ascorbutic tie must state it in ins bid; \" with 10 Tierces P.ICE
sore legs I and eyes MaW head in children.scuivy that ."..d is closed until after the Election: of Directors ofJku. t
Ooibuncled Faces feveringcuptuui enjoy 23; BUNDLES HAY, i't:
.. .goutl'rinptcd andenctiul taints, throughout the body, in z Propositions: for any improvements in transporting .. La.nk. 5 Bales Cotton OsNAEUKGIIS.Magnolia '.;
;> often cute when mercury the mail, as to the ruz/ir/tr of carrying, increase And the Stockholders! in said Bark are rrgLired.kcnutjcethat to May. 1st. 1S32. 37 tf. i"
: which last case drops at the ollirccf/ GUI. H. K. Call in the -.c
Autumnal frequenci
and cxtcnsicn routes
also the best Spricg of expedition, ,
faia! They are oi 1 alah! tSRt'OI1 uestlay the 10th day of July New tore the Suwr.unee. \\:
the from humours of otuer are invited to .y OIJ
and cleanse BV>iem or improvements,
trips: any
purify .
to hereof between the
jhMC ensuing the date ; hours of 10
which frequently! appear at these seiMin of the dear:- be staled m tne proposals, and will be duly considered. : "Xv l..ik A. M.nntl! 2 ?'('lock P.J.. an election will be "' Qh <1} : ';Q aJJlmtLrn 9. :;

Tlicv !.ifc<> uid ili< I'rnNI.< of Jigojin.n. and hv purifying humourstifth' ,,' id for; the election uf nine Dircc'ors for the purposet {ILL ojen a new store at t the :
the iInud.'revCut' the -ecn'lionof ali.iiait: 9. The number of the route and its beginning Y Y '.
injiia,in; the bosiniss otsiid: bar.K. Forks of the S\I\nmr.ee and lb itllc fee: .tR'erJo
!lung-. The proprijo, confidently effected by 'he.-e upon and termination as adrertrcd,1hould' besiaicd And tICaid: Stockholders are further required to about the first of May next, for the pmjseofreceiving

the \;:'-t nuinhei nr(lic-tun-and"Uiprisiii"\icinityijut rules throtigh- m every bid; and ihe proposals must" be t-eak-d: .I iki-notice tl.at the second instalment of four per cent and forwarding, or purchasing d''?n and

drop! opt I'mon only for in lIe hi of li.eir excellence! as directed to the "General Pest OlHcc of Mail l Cuf .- the OpUM: Stock of said Bank is payable on the supplying: the adjacent country with goctis.! "I hey intend
cult';" 1I'wu '' of next tiisuint the date hereof. erecting store and ware-house and running aPoll
Dafilill! alterative: niedicine in all the case js abuspccifid. \ tiacts f : and biiperscril "I'rnjiosals. I iyih day September : :: ,
an ? fun. lor at. BEN CHAIRES, Boat between that point and the town of Manor -
This article has recently been prunouuccii I The fohowing! is a proper a Projo:
by :.irh, i ici..iior the Gist r.ectubifiy; !)', \> !Ire had willitssfd "/ trill convey! the ..hail, agreeably to aJrrr/wtr- 11. K.. CALL, goods or cotton purchased at either place will b$ "'
JAJIlSCJV'LLI:\, forw arded by them at a reasonable freight. They-vfill
i its: ,iii" < llictcy. as rutillfd! in his opinion real route \O. It-- fori
ri.rpn( on & tronc
j JUHN t
articleknown v < GAMBLE, purchase cotton, hide, ar.el deer skins, and will have :
to tv'% tl.e It-ad of ai! tieopular the yearly compensation of-diJc.rb.O ..
i I11CHARD HAYW ARD, crnstantly on and aneitensiveassortuientof goods of
for llf-l: hM" niplaiiit'.'(. and indeed it is fast gaining I lie must:; state the place ol his residence and il not I:. (;. ALLEY, all description, such as Provisions, Groceries, II".land
..,cMimaiioii, tl.ronghoutlhu country
this pot in a Contractor, be must accompany his:: bid with satisfactory ROUT. \\ v ILLIA.MS, Hallow ware, English and American Pry-Goods, 1
1'jictSI 1 koitle, r tj bottles for $-6)
u i
_' PILLS recommendations. I 'IUUBUTT R. BE'I ION Tin-ware, Drugs and Medicines, Hats, Saddles: Shoes
n. lif.Li'E'.s: ASTHMATIC 10. The distances, as stated, are estimated, CommissiocrTallaliassee Crockery and Glass-ware, Salt, Iron, Steel, Nails&c.

and a !htic: nttKir.ion: to their: timely administration vv'ilusu.'iHy and may not, be entirely correct: but if any errors June lEI, 1832-44--tf_ March 13th 1832. 30tfi1'J

r : <"i in-a niitipati.jij.of these disorders: and gr inlcralK have occurred in relation to them, no increase of
& Commission Business.
ef- Auction ) ai.Dm
cff'e' a cure. 'I he Pills are also an easy and I !)
acconipanym" compensation will be al'owcdun that account. The & S I shall be abxr..ortirt months from the Territory -

fec'v'i rn ll-f".ery\Rtlimn fur the: and symptoms Consuniplion.!! preceedingand For Coldse Contractor will inform himself that point. "HE subscriber having1! been upJI. d I have appointed Leslie _-\. TLomrsoaEscjr. ,

Con li--. .':tl:euty! of Bu-athiug.! tightness and Mrictur, 11. The Post Master General reserves the .. pointed nurtionccr for Leon county rifir&-his i my substitute:: as L'. S. Attorney for the lllit.dc!

ucrr'm!! tl.* chf st. Wheezing, pain in :ho vide, Spittingof right ofannuliing any Contract whenever repeated services to the public in Ihcauction anIconuussjonbus! ,i- District i of Florida, and a 1St', my attorney in fact and 1

b'.ooci.! A r Few cases can occur of any of this failures;; to arrive within the contract time shall ness lie pledges himselfto pay strict attention to all at Law. JOHN K. CAMPBELU l

.An** of rliwrdf rIP in \\hich the (purchaser of Dr. lielfe'fi occur; or whenever one failure shall hapj>en a- .niMiie s intriidled to him ; and attend estate or other June 19th 18:>2. 44 tt:

Pills wilt n.t find[ a rich return for their trifling expenditure : Counting to the loss of a trip; or whenever any direction saksin the country. His office is in the town of :\lagnolin I
where he at all times be found.ManIt Territory' of Florida, )
; may :
shall be ]
which he may give not promptly > lii CliaDcery.Jeflerson .
i rin'-1\ hole boxee. ;30 PflU, 1 dollar, half )eyed. 13th 1832. 30tf B. BYRD. County. J

I'iilt'. f.ti e-'nte. 12. No bid shall withdrawn after the timefcr Uni1\1C! Y'J'm IDacta: I I EFORE his honor JLoicas Ibr. ;.la; Judje of

receiving it has expired, and should any person LARGE and complete assortnu B the Superior Court for the )1L\: .'e ristrictofi .

his bid he shall A i lorula, May Term 1532.LoilowickStapleton : .
s"rOREAGE. refuse to take a contract at nl of Fresh Dings; and Medicines:' ,just received
forfeit all other contracts that he may have witH from NC.W York and Baltimore sale, wholesale Jaccb )

1 IN ,i.: Jiiioii to his old ware-house the the Depn: Imcl1t, and be field responsible l for all and retail. Country Merchants:\ and Practitioners supplicd Pyburn was and Didama Ditlama Stapleti-n his w lie,, I appearingon afit'avit: !

.: :,I'j i 11U r:,.:, rc-cwltly erected a spacious built damage that may result from his failure to com on the most accommodating terms. William Stapleton, John :: I :.. the satisfaction : .

ing f.S ., i',,' .* !tci-t, receiving cotton and goods.TLFOTHY ply13. ED\V. SEIXAS. Shannon: ,and Amelia his "1\1.// == of the court,
.) M' 'ARTY. No Contract nor bid can be transferred Druggist, Magnolia Florida.ftl"y29 who was Amelia = t that Harrison

t :--s, I 0.cfmbT 27th 1831. 10tT without the special and written approbation ofthe ) 41 tfISSOLUTION.1'he Job :Slajileton::: Seaborn Staplelon ; = H. Loilurup, ic

ACAlrEMY.rWlIlK Post Master General; and an assignment of t a CoPartnership and Zeno Zenathan, t Lov'tM.James,
contract, or bid, without his consent, first obtained of TJYROR 4- KLEIXis this dissolved and i Serenzo Minor, children Defendants! in
Session of this institution closed on This rule will d.ny of Win. Stapleton! deceascc1 E the above Bill,
: \\ inter in writing, shall forfeit it. never mutual consent. '1 he business of the firml1Iu.t ,
.B. the 15ti! June by a Public Examination of the be departed from. be by stttlcdmuuediatcly. and I who sue by their next := are out of tbefriend

.. Stt t.na: ; w e are happy in staling our conviction of 14. Ira Contractor or his Agent all' violate : L. P. TAYLOR, and guardian William j g Jurisdiction:! of
r the npuJ.l and thorough advancement of the Pupils. I Staple-ton.-Complainants. I the Court. It is
} the 1'ost Office law, or shall transmit commercial J. W. KLEI C
ourselves and to Mr. Cox: I vs: ordered on mo
Wo do but duty to justice
than mail >Marks 7 1831 52 tf I
intelligence: by more rapidly the aug. ,
express Y.
the present Superintendent, to say the acquitments of oh.Stapleton, Lovit M.James tiouof: Geo.
the Students; were creditable to themselves, and high\ his contract shall be forfeited; and in all cases, ILLIAM L. HASKINS will J. Harrison, H. LathWarner, Solici ir

\JLy, fc > onr"lIe to their instructor. The lower classesvTo when a Contractor shall run a stage, or other vehicle p.-Det ndants. torft.rcomplainand -
yl wiihareadineeannd!! certainty that evinced un- more rapidly or more frequently than he isrequired amend to any business in i he city ot NEW YORKand ants, the said defendants arc hereby directed aJ1(1required

iisujj proficiency, and the higher classes solved the by contract to carry the mail, he shallgive I promptly and faithfully execute any Commissions to appear and onswer the Complainants Bill
ijuesiions proposed them with an aptness and accuracy the same increased celerity and frequency to rusted to him by his friends in Florida', and the pub of Complaint on or before the 1st Monday in NoVenNher

proving not only a familiarity with textbooks, but the mail, (unless the Post Master General shall lie enerall}. after the date of this order, or that in default,
a general acquaintance with the principles of science. otherwise direct) and without increase of com JNew-York, July IS32. 52 tf thc cot the complainants Bill be taken fro corfessoagainst
The Trustees have renewed their engagement with) them tile said Defendants. Piovidcd a copy
Mr. Cox and the duties of the Academy will be resumed i pensation. Ai rninistrators'Sale.rL of this order shall l be inserted ir one of# the public

on the l&t day of October. The Board design an 15. The Postmaster General reserves the when right ; i' a special: Act .;!" the Legislative Council past Tsews-papers, printed at Tallahassee, and published

improvement the building, which will add much ter !of curtailing$ or discontinuing any route, ..... sed on the 22d January last for the relief of thencirs therein, once a week for four month.: Which is accordingly -
its convenience, and procuring such apparatus as maybe in his opinion the public interest shall require it; of the estate of Isaac G. Tcague Dec'd. so ordered. 'IIIO lAS RANDALL.-

necessary'to facilitate the ar lUrp.mE:1tof1\lJ1themat-: and I in such case the contract shall cease, Se) far asrelates Will be sold before the Court Louse in Jtfonticello A true COP, 3

.J icnl knowledge. The rates of Tuition remain unalter- to the part, curtailed, or to the whole, if on the fourth Monday in October next, all the reaiestate W. H. MATHERS, Jr. Clcrkv" .

ed. Board may be obtained in Private Families for areasonable discontinued allowance of one month's extra of Isaac G. Tcague, decM.,-Consisting of June cth 1832. 42 4nu"IT

compensation. Any information relating pay being made to the Contractor. Sixteen Town Lots,
to the Institution will be cheerfully furnished by either 16. All Contracts for routes embraced in this Q. nine.
Trustees. nith their improvencnts. And on the Monday fol ..
the Subscribing
of CHARLES AUSTIN, advertisement shall commence on the first day ofJanuary I.Jing, in Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable Brick 1.fto OU\l.ES Pelictjer's Quinine, just roceivcd

JAMES M'MULLIN next, and continue two years. More situate on Broad!street. from Scw Yt rk, fir sale low.

R. Y. WELLFGRD Decisions on bids will ]he made known on thcninth The terms of sale, wilt be made known on the days E. SEIXAS,
of Sale. WM. BLACKBURN 41'.f Druggist, M _n'lia.
WM. WILLIAMS, day. of November next.WILLIAM. .
In Leon Sup e -ior Court for the.iJ1i4dIe -
BUTLER, Post Master General. May 1st, 1832. 37 6m.WOTICE. : .

The Undersigned having been present during a con- .- undersigned has
July 24/A, 1882. APRIL TERM, 1832.r.ZACH. .
siderable p'rt of the Examination of the Students ot -*- ueen appointed agent and attorney in fact foreaion JERKINS

Leon Academy, on the 15th ult. take pleasure in stating JAMES BULLOCH, Grantland and Farrish" Carter, and the heirs ) In v J
than AGENT FOR Charles Williamson and is intrusted with the vs. >
that their expectations were more met by care '
exhibited that occasion. II. HAWLEY, } AFTACII3IENT.vs ideir lands'in Florida. All are furwarncdcommitting JERKINS, ) .,
the on persons
Marshal and
improvement appearing by the return of the byE :;
In view of the circumstances attending the course of HENRY ALLEN: "m waste on the same, and those desir- IT avit filed, that Martha Jerkins does not residowithin -
Instruction of said Academy, and the Examination referred 40 rent may do so on application to the subscriber. '
this Territoryr is ordered that i if the rand ),
notice that
persons concerned will take :: I ha v
to under the Superintendence ALL -
1 Vlarlha does'not and the complainant'sjill '
in above ." appear answer
usefulness ofthc day levied an attachment the can'eturnable -' ebbville February 14th 1832. 2Ctf
the ,
they confidently expect increasing. to the next court of Commrn Pleas ft, I Inil. on or before the first ,Monday in October next ', ,! i

Institution in his charge. SENECA G.BRAGG Over and Terminer, for the town of A ppalarhir/l JOHNM'LEMORE. t he said bill complaint, and the mailers" and thingsherein ;
store house Water-str. and at alledged, will be taken pro "coufesso and de- .'ii
( on present occu
D. BALL. :':. Lf 'PECTFULLYinforms the ci- ,recd accordingly. And it is further ordered, that a '..
J. and r> .
hy Laprade, as a grocery, adjoining \
Tallashassee,July 6,1838, 50 If *.( cbster on the west and G. J. Floyd.on the c
WEEKS aObr date application will be made W. LAPRADE, Sh'rT. C. 0. C. K uued himself in this retry j n this Territory, once a week for three months suessively. '* .

t' iso County Court of Leon Count ;for.letters of A palaclliola,18th Aug. 1832. ;a.Isi ;.. B. He may be found at his office next door to c -,"' <''
'tor's Parker.and Bradford, or at his residence cor- A true Copy : .
Administration, UeciasetJ! : '. on the O..estate T. OM8BY onViUiam'VitherlnO'ton Administrator ,' \\LA BILLS OF LADJMG-Just Pvin ..;. or* Adams nnd Call streets.Tallahassee *" .'Tcste JAS.S'LIAN Cl'k:." ';, .

\u;. 7, 183Z -: J' "Gw.r ( ted and for sale::4hi& Office. Dlarchath'183R:> ISSmlT "J June 23-, 183246"r w3m,



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