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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 25, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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f t jfIOrfiUi1 THE thread, manufactored
abroad
t D cccru TIlCSlltll.l110nlmg ati.mce FLORID A \ pouud. twelve {cots per


oc i u( --J'll' in' in MV months Ninth. On round iron or bra icrts rods, of ,

1\ unless at the option ol three-sixteenths t
,J\l\:1rs\ J bc a;: .ntinucd 1 : to eight-sixteenths of an inch p
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':tI't tilr 1 xr, Icfttrr IIt:ill;"bern;;'''n.are icuously paid. ins! ?rtlt at sehc "LAISSEZ vows FAIRE." diameter, inclusive, and on iron in nail or '''

.. spike rods, or nail plate slit rolled'o
, 'I"e..1cntc ti II r first hweriiou, t\ud ; r hammered
t tfrl'' rtnts. p{r lu1n inl1\Ilcc. All/ .H I- and on iron in-sheets
nnd .
clml ill\Y ,
'J'yWQ hoop iror1
riH"fcy sulra-qiK-m. tUlL t J U UQ
. { reach forbid unless othcr- _. Yi'41'un.t.A61 3 Int9 1mP an\UIDana 33u fl1i3 1' yn and
'>. *1'11.Jc continued until o c a <1LQIl'\Y }tta I on iron, slit, rolled, or hammered for band t
c 1 jcD'5 iron, scroll'iion
r* or crscrnent rods three
1 crctt -iiirttn-snndroiYnnnnicationsto the I PROPOSALS cents

-t nsw0" ) or they will{ not rem\c ixtte-n- FOR ucs C42 atautln!. II per.pound ; on iron spikes, four cents per -
rbe; 11:1lll, carrying thc the Mailsof United
mosE 1 States; pound ; on iron nails .
""'1 for two years, from the first day: of January 1833 rBlIllS Institution will he open lor( the reception of JtsAUTMOHi'l. r cut or wrought, five

-authorised to announce to the.thirty-first day of December 183-4 the, JL l'upilsnn the first Monday of July next, under rccnts per pound ; on tacks, brads, and sprigs
on
"Cml, } following! Post Route's in Florida the superintendence of Mr! II. K. M'Chntock.A not exceeding sixteen ounces to the thousand
P- AM 1 .I':,I I-l Candidate to '"( +re cut Territory large and eoniinodiuus edifice is now nearly completed five _
r',)!If.\cII ,'I1I'Xt 'V'I.. 1. will l he received at this Ollice until the 2d of cents per thousand ; exceeding sixteen
; I. day _
( in the and village of t .
pleasant
111 toL 1 healthy ; Gluincy,
1C',tptr November ounces to the thousand
: next, inclusive, to be decided on the whore, and in the vicinity of which, good hoardingcan five cents per pound ; If

N.l' ltlr "i': .tlloriedto 1 announce IMli day of November. be obtained in respectable families. S on square wire used for manufacture of '

.1' : | .I\ ('an''lluc' to n'lll'csentI 2177. From Munticdlo' In this will he stretchers for umbrellas
1, 1111:1'! I in Jcfleison County, Seminary, younj men prep.indforadmission s INS and cut in pieces sot J
.tfH ;tit, ir XI L{rUaUVC! Council."Tiro / to in !I Iuuct' into collfirc the United Slates for I
lu't. I'I, \1' Mag-nolia, Leon County 40 miles nnd hack} any m or exceeding the length used therefor, twelve
.a-\l' -- I a weck.J.l'avc the study of allY of the liberal 1'rufes.ion!. centum ad valorem pel"i ,
: 11'F authorized to announce The stricte attention will be paid to the morals and ; on anvils and anchors,

lr .1 It t\ )1\. \VIin'i't a candidate to represent Monticello every AYednesday at 3 A. 11. manners of the pupil-, :and to prevent extravagant and \ and all parts thereof, manufactured in wholo}

14-J.f '. Arrive at Magnolia the da bv *. fundsrntrusted the treasurer or in part, two cents
tftc .rya (uu r.ress. __ same ? / G I M. unnecessary expenditures, to LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES per pound ; on iron ca- J{I
_._ :
I, In r Leave Magnolia cvcry'I'hursdaJ at 5 A. ). or tileprincipal, will be strictly applied! to the Lies or chains, or parts thereof manufactured '.
:-l'l'; authorised to i11)11i11111Ct' and within the linutatiuuspre-rrliu'l. PASF.D AT TUB FIRST SESSION OF THE 2'2o
purposes; COSGRF.35. in i whole
r Arrive at JMonticcllo) the or in
three
IJ C.ll1lutlt) to )C lresrtttt : same day by G P. 1\1.1 The principal of the institution is a gentle man: of liberal -- ,- ----- part, cents I per pound, and
a
t t I. "..'ii 1 ,.\\I'.cjI.!,"l. a L..-..I..latl\-C- Council.iuiiu ,. I! 2178. From: St. Augustine to Tampa 1 and ) education, tiiid has acquired co'.iiiderab'.c! experience AN ACT to alter and amend tho several r.<> drawback shall be allowed on the exporta .1
,'\11\ 11lit ___ I back l+ in weeks. acts tion of iron
I I : once two + and reputation lit his prof(: i"u. cables or parts thereof mill!
I I.; aft l -'rix. II' tn' :uu(0\nn.' Gl.(I. l ,I II. ': Leave St. Augustine every ufhcrThut.Sda3 at The distinjruHieu'hcnlthiijcrf'sof i the village and therlienjmcss imposing Duties on Imports. cranks and mill irons of ; on f fI
iron
; In Leon County |I the 1I1\IIY advantages JJe it enacted tlie Senate wrought tour
represent
.J E I' rwn.l-d.itu G A. M.Arrive. of birirdinjr; are .11:0:1 by and House of. cents \
"q. pound
"1l"p.: !. 7tatIteCllr'" :(II. Horded by tile l iriiion t.f in-titution, ami the Representatives of the United States of AllIlrtl'a per ; on mill[ saws, one dollar
:
each
ter.L1. --- at Tampa Hay the JIl'xtltlJItl:1Y by j ; on blacksmith's hammers
Trustees reasoiiable: 1l.ltlllc and '
n.vvc ssuram j
every in sledge,
l'hul'il.ul! to announce At.l:X a. ;- GP. M. Congress assembled, That from an'l 1 two and
half
,"WE 1 nn" character of iho instiuitioii v.'ill Merit a liotrallatroll- a cents
"- : !l (.' :\"TI'I" Lean'T:1111pa Uay every other! Saturday at a g cfrom the publie. one dollar and fifty
.1' Counties in the next Lo'iitlativc I cents stand rif}.
; per ; on ,
,;.i 11 11,1.:11.1\.111 G A. M. The ten.ls of Tuition in the Mathematics and Lnn- eight hundrfd and thirty-three, so much of tho two dollars and fifty

j. Arrive St. "iiasc.re 10 dollars per quarter. act entitled An act in alteration of the cents each ; on all other
several
Acgu:lme the next fire
Saturday: by J
-,I' ,, .i-iil tllnWHWt.. ,: "." ,J I, G P. M.JN'o. In the F.maish; ;! tlt'IlarUlttut,2I1 l class $6 t 25pcrqr. acts imposing duties on imports armthirty per centum ad valorem.
1
enth.
( 3d elo $.I UU per tlo. approved On axes, adzes
| hatchets
iiinextLtgislauvt. ; .I : -1 ;12479. From Quincy, by Kurt (Suds- Payable at the f.lof the rant' when the su!>vription the nineteenth i May, one thousand eight knives, cutting knives sickles or drawing hooku t

'" 11risrd. It.I den to .ippulachicolu hay I U3 inilu.-j and back 1 is fora; hdl'U' t. nil tl,1 one ijuart*:r. )hundred and twenty-eight, as is herein otherwise cythi s, spades, shovels reaping ,

once a werlc. Application I for i,M! iiNsion! to ne uuulc to the Treab- provided lot ahull be repealed squares of iron o>* ,
exceptso steel
plated, brass and il
iSAnriu
steel
polished
to announce -
saddlery
ittillltfl 11't.r. lar the he j
a> same
tor the
> Candidate Leave ({mncy every Monday alter the arrival .101) IN ATI 1A N ROBiy SON' may necessary coach. and harness furniture, of all
'Dq.l ;''c a it) represent and collection of discnp-
H all
fli1U I I Co'inc.l.Tc oi the mail from .l illl.'ugc'ilJcay 12 c'\ 11.J I Il1! poNT! recovery duties \\hich dons, steelyards and scalcbeams t
socket chisels
i
..J ltIUlil.W, tin_? itfjtlA'gisHilivc _- __ noon, arilre ut Apaiacliuola{ hay the next '" :1. NOUWUOD, Trustees. shall have accrued under the said act ; and lor vices an--, screws of iron,,called woodscrews U

':,\ : ;ivauthorised to announcem ) day b) 7 i'. Ji.Le JIE\ltY NVUUTKN(;EE.R ., I Iy the recovery ol all, collection lines distribution, and remission thirty per centum ad valorem ; on- :
j ,
penalties and forfeitures
,
).\till l. LUIFOtiI&-i. a Candidate! : I ve Appalathicola Bay every Sunday l llnkr..1' the l.oaid, which have been common tinned a d japanned saddlery of all :
incurred
; niLeiMiCounty, in the next LegislativeIjir at 5 A. U. JAS. A. DUNLAP, Srcr'y. clay under the same. descriptions, ten
I
'''; ; I arrive at \iUlllc'y: the next day by per centum ad valorem :
I bray 1Jth 1 iPI.1 :j -1tu: Sec 2. And be it .further enacted, 1 hat, Provided
12 noon in lime to Thai said articles shall
I connect with the mail not be
imported
I I.1 I U INFERENCES.TI1OS. from and alter the third day of March, one t
V- ,{ : 11 i'4-l::. retiue&t those indcljied to (rout I'almiShsee: lor :1lltieuocvile. at a less rate of duty than would have '
n. ',.lleJ their forV I UANDAL, Jefitoon County. thou&and eight hundred anu thirty-three, in been
lli -utt''I".' Ul 1144 umiimts, l'OTE5.I. chargeable on the material
I 11' \1. P. NUT ALL, 1.i.PETKU i. lieu of constituting ,
i l',1 l. !In' 'jl'k..1"' *'hcnvi-e i to rouse forward I. The ljost Master General lcseryes theright the duties now imposed by law, on their chief value if in .1
''? ,j the I b : \CiAU'lIiU: JacKson. the imported an UllJllaDl(
'ai 'l''t' *n)1M notc II'I111l'l1t the articles f.- 4
"* ) iinporlatioifot hereinafter
!
cv' to expedite Mailand to alter the times ofIncirarnva.and OrtotheTlU'STKKS t : CJadvlon. 'tHlIty.Si' mentioned lured stale.Eleventh.. .. -
will bo "ivcii unless 1 I
srttlc-I ,
a
iiJ.Lr.na :
< there shall be
J "ntr t departure, at any time durill! thc levied, collected, and On steel .

.t, "m, d!, ,.,..,, 2lfi.r continuance, of the coniract: by giving all hlll'- LI.JINQJ. oI' jLO\ puiel, the following duties, that is to say : cents one dollar and fifTJ i iI
pat!I!I 1 per ono( hundred and twelve !:._
quate compensation[ never exceeding a pro rcUi FOR (). tj, '.l J. First : U ool, uniManufactured, tile value I I ,lwcllth.un pounds.: '

TTOJJ.KJKj : C. allowance, 1.11' any extra expense which 5tch: al- subsciiber, .t: his newtIre, enrnenif Jeir-r- \Hereof; at ti," place of exportation, sh.ill! not japanned! ) wares of all kinds ;
i L I'S l.-ive and safe on plated wares of all kinds, and all '
; t'I : : s-pncious tCl'atlO1lIIliJ rcqiiM. TIIK on manu :1
,1111 Monrm'- 5'reet.-, nllirsti'rllnlIIla: 1:1:111C' ::l j e.vetru eight cents pound shall l he
ptr -
|,[ir. :,-" i- ;'It :u :, arks for i he reception ofv 2. 5>C\ cn DlJlllJtl'o.lIall bcallun'cd lor: openingand 1 ui cnc-ral, iihaml-ome\ --tnm, r': ,I'llii' t'o'loxvni.-1. I' irce oi butt arid it wool! unportiti 1 factures: not otherwise specified made of brass, i
.a.; ".1 :t-.r: sliipn-eut, aiiil they Hill nuke closing! tit mails at e.iCu ollicc wlieie ; Viz ; any so imported iron, steel
of
no 1':11'-1 named unifies 't the im-s-t reductd pr: *rsl''re.isli, : djail pewter, or tin or which cither
be
\\ooillilxcd
> .1111". :;\ J"llclI they arr t1 ci'.cd to ticulartm.e stall be \\uhdirt or other ma-
specilicd, but the Post \ ol these metals is .
". .i I 'i,'.uu; '!w vim1! :' to miy d f tins l'lo! vin,rivOilctUis tci Geneial reserves to himself.he! of DRY.GOODS.1 luiiul, iiiiil thus reduced m value to tugiitcentsper a component materiel 1, a duty t.
: I-.ttl: \ CI! \rlcslnll, llaUimore, right extending of twenty-five per centum ad valorem : Provided
the twit l : puiiiid, or under, the shah -
., 11\\ "ik.i'f"1't'! ii.'<-, Liverpool or l1a\ rc. LiMt'rinL.acU appraisers, appiaise That all articles manufactured .
Silks, file+'h, Ciri i >--iMt;! It.m.ni ; in whole' I
:3. Fort-very ten minutes delain i anal w not at such in
: I their
(Ont .." ( 'I1 L" II"ft tld-y will charge: 2; percent : arriving at Saieenet, }lilni-, It run, 1'III't11": w IMII-! J l..n 111'1'>, price as u- of sheet, rod, hoop, bolt, or bar iron, or of iron i-
":"".i.tUfiii,, 'a!(-, and 1 trill bo r<--j) oi:!.iljlc to th any point a1".'' the im.eprcscnbe-d; l many con "act, 1'i:arr'd i Silts! in \\1: i. ', lii! iJa l''l'ill.ili.| \'d\tl. plllllJiI it would have cost hll; it not been s(' wire

!',N 1.Iry=,I.II."s s' ,t.'iined'.n 111'!>! \'tI\' re, through Hie contracts shall kriclt, IIVC dollars.: ll I the delay Cotton do.,Tarlan Plaid!, Fur.iini.v; Calico, up-rior: mixed, and a Duty thereon hull be charged in dr of which sheet, rod, hoop, bolt
;
'f'I1C'lIll"lr: pith atlceliiiu"; intttrar.ce.H2. 1 1a. si rail continue beyond the time for the departure Black L.stiiu,:, Iti.biiu.u..i: ;111..11.\.11 j"l.i l (I.I!..n>, (:alit+Inlliy atilt! such appraisal ; on '\'oul, or bar iron, or iron wire, shall con.-titutc the

-" .I' 2-f ol any priding mail, the Ibrliilurc shall be c- J.1.llIall'OltOIl Hiirtlnv;, !:, [Plain In,1: liaurtd Jaconer un- greatest weight, and which &rc not otherwise
manufactuivd (ihe value' whereof}
qual to twiccthc amount allow< J for: carry niij the 'H, S"i"\IIt i l g\! Mii>linhawU, w ikd! cajii: at the l place: s pccitifIhall the same dot
pay pound
) per
UK310VAL.ITIUF.
mail HIie loft U llt be made to appear that: 1h',1 : : 111'1'1''' 11:11:1: ;. 1" I'!' !:', C.Ii"I':: '': lill"I" ", \.111- ol 1 exportation, tiiali cxceid eight cents, shall I that is this act sheet rod [
charged
by
on ,
>Ithl'1\'rt'hlsths: ; : iiporinntly] to inform delay wa& occasioned by unavoidable accident oft Ivi-cns, ll-"'.. ll li:ill! ,I-M: '! 1"1',111'111'0\' n Limn, Furiu- I' L.C levn U tutu cents per pound, and forty hoop 1+ ,

| (;<<'ni rs, and the j.uJjlio! mn-vaIy! :that h wliien the Pit; Master General shall be the jiulire, lire IJimily, f.ne: Ci.ltC'.i.; .- ,r.1 i ::i.i; < '.i-.sllci( :>, centum ad valorem : 1'i-ocided, i bat wool[ 1 per bolt, or bar iron, or on iron wire, of the same ifM1 I
in-- .di'I1t1II1I.tit th !h1At. : i t-td\IIl! I llith- imported number Provided
.. rL.1) '"tl J -c tot f .M'ssrs.4ii the lorleiiure .hit.'alltl Ued !1'1,111111'1t.nt"oll. N, : respectively : also, 'fh.ttlu' '
Anuiveadiii'urlhe' CHjiiv-l': /IIt\lf'1 ,'hrre mac reduced to the amount off ;a ,1/1!; in', (1',.111't': (':'. ,, ,'," m the ki.i shall tie Miniated as towt.ignt said last mentioned rateshall bo Icss
t"' "mr oItlr: +nlandtl.rtt: tuf LICIUO JW; <> pay lor a tnx; but 111 no case call that amount 1 be : and \alue, as oilier wool. not ::1

': -.ttliOlh! : : kll,+?s !,111 ill(bled ("Ilhs! remitted. ':llc t 1orIi!Itl11'ei are otherwise unconditional ; IIA ,D\V.LlRE. Second. On all muled and fulled cloth than the said duty of twenty-live per centum '

"cr. C11\.or, A-mdi! S\\oatjurats, Pickl-jx! ', ami till in all cases be entoicc
'a' li.iiin-i/; !! !li.i.iJMif; Ieti.; -bes at all tinc.v: all n>f 4. l'l;'SlUS who make piupotals+/ : will tate their I, A !ur ;r: Hid; t. ,",'11": ', a-':"r;HII'Ii ul 1 L.nh\.I.! f II: ny name ot pia III", ker.-(-.yor ken I That all scrap and old iron {
', .. '.. sistili, d' l lviuvs aid, r.irl.es, IVn IMIIVPS, Spo llScissors .1: trot cuttuiH, of wiuchvool ,ilall| .
1:0 !' I !rat -"!'. llnlejiders his 5111- pricc.s; by tIe year, ha::ulclt, to be matle! ( I | |h{ the 0vmaitnai shall a duty ot twelve dollars and !
pay fifty I'
1l1arler-I' I'az.or-. t'1is:1 I'* "*r>, < .ti-I.; \ t'.. 1 --.in-; the
:
wvhl I i.iv ,1 vaiuuvhcrcoi
"ot "I1!I. :.men ,
( >
g'-nundJy, : llljl' IslMrr- ly; in the moatlis ol Aiay, Augt ;t, \'' '..'. i sjj.jji not exceed 1 cents ton that ll
nf 1'L.1'IOOTS4& ; nothing + b.j deemed
'i'.h U-l -r-' per
:
'vr i-and] ] a com P 1\-1,11"111\1:1 l'al llrllU
'
t J-.T I : ; hni j.l sJ.y li'ircniittc' month from the t i thuty-iivc edits a
FobniarVj one of ;
expiration eicii; j square } ard five
j ner centumon od! iro.i that has
been in
actual
-ni' h.:Il. -. to 1;.:\ .icuuiiH-uiC j c-f their '' SHOESA ad.turclll worsted not u.-e and '
.'a i. qiiMiicr. ; tun'goods, hawl:3an lit only to be re-inanufiirturcd and ail
None but ; pieces 1.
5
a \\iritepersoii shall be employed other muuuiactures of
It. K. 'vcS. T. I lar e sCrtll1'nt of laltiinoru ; 1 sill; and worsted of iron, except old of more thanix inches ;: j
to the mail. m :
J Jv.nO; l 1"1:2! r tf } carry : ten centum valorem
per
G. Proposals; should state t whether th1 and l'VY( "r.Jv made II ; on worsted yarn, length, or of sufficient length to be made into y yI
j I personJ tiles it 'J .. ad
\ :' ;'" \ i",' ;" f-vcnty per centum valorem woolen .
U)1l1"l'E-1"0! the l..eol1 t J projjOM--r, > to carry the mail m a lour( horse coach, a rfa r' (:.( I' ".i.J .;.4.J.J I :. on spikes and holts, shall be rated as bar, bolt, j

U,,111 .;.111 u t'r: I IJllj..11,1' 'it J 3IS a lltuiafHVJshis. ; .1 i! two hurtecuacl,, or (I1hcrvic.d a Iti. I 'iUIl.} :, L.'tl.: '..1 ill ..;ttl 1', 'llhl I! I jam, lour cents per I t o-.i.ul: ;nd fifty per ccn- ruff, or hoop iron, as the case may be, md +

yaI '.ItI''II, \' I b': lUIJI": Dennis, all 11 7. lithe! ]p1"rM n oH'ering; ]propmal'iobe: theprivilege ti11rcs, HI'P: -, tcmaU vulorum ; on nuts, gloves, bindings, pav duty accordingly ; all manufactures! if i i-
'iiCfcluji.x i > Ji.iVuiuSui+: ClAnbr'tt.Itielr.Ldll1 cuT\'illg'; ; newspaper:?, out ut'the Mail J carpets 1 and carpeting, ron, partly finished, shall the .
pay samo rates
|;'cadre,: is i v.iic. 4 i.:,.i(,n\)vnrsf(.,{iua {pant.iKw'r.s it-, 5 vet 7, brown inches ,j lie must state it m his hid; otherwise, be cannot t :\ j-upiTiora:sortn'-lit ot: the i e: l 1 jluenu 1 Vi ilton live per centum, except Brussels, of duty as if entirely finished ; all vessels of k .! I
enjoy tbl1l
privil.-ge. and treble
jCj td,"-;, wuite! 'i\r.11:: tiiit! I, ai.J a 1.Hk1),1! : ha t. 'v. 1'rulttlttiunsfDr most fashionable HATS & CAPS of 1 m-raincd carp tai'g t,, which cast iron, and all castings of iron, with handles :
ill
,
.' : improvements tral.s-
[ oun i j( : .btttl any ahaii he ut ,
sixty-three rent
pukcb. 1 ar-II'JJ' ljpr.Ae-property, I pay ch.u'go. porting the mail, as io tlie/7iaf//rri>f ca t 1'1'111ill, IiI .iocrip InllGI10CERIE-. all!! other and Venetian the square yard, rings, hoops, or other addition of wrought

JAMES BRYAN, Jr. Jailor! ert a'c ( 'ca-cli1ZGn, eyleiuion ul'routes,/mywc/.Ti/ ingrained carpeting, atthirtyrive iron, shall p-.y the aloe rates of duty as if

TLalr; "l, 1I i'i! 17. 1SV2.; of trips, or allY other improvements: are invited to conts the quarc yard ; and except( made entirely of cast iron. II

U stated in the proposals, and will be duly consid l A luavc fnd( I,; in all its variety.FLOIIM bhmkety! the value whereof; at the place from Fosrioenlh.: On unmanufactured hemp, for t' ;"1

JOHN T .3TLOR ered. whence exported! 811&l1l1ot exceed i
seventy ty dollars!! per ton ; sail duck, fifteen crn-

.?11 j vy u\ iv 1.1I 7..'i IV''. 9. The number of the route, anil its bcgin- /. live cent each, the duty to be levied uponwLi''n !i 1 tutn ail valorem ; and on cotton bagging per, thr'(

WILL\ prartico the Connor of nib;; and !lennination, ; as advertised, should be staled I t-hitil he live per centum ad valorem and! half!
in Tbonip.s-, 1 Fiity; Bairel.-; pfriona-v/} 1 \\licatficur ; a cents a square yard, without regard I
bid J
sod
in the be sealed '
proposal:neust ; ,
.tour, }:ll"Iy, liaU-r: DlnulLce! Sun.tcr, directed every to the "General; Pint t Ollice of Mail Contracts II on iLinnelk!, Locking: *, and I bnixcs, sixtc !! ': (lo tho weight oi ..i idth of the article : On felts

wlpli; aij Stcv.-ait, lit Gi-or-jiu, :is heri'to- ALSO.Sadleiy cents the .( ; ya'rf on coach laces t111:1
*; and m the Counties Jacksmi I I : and superscribed '']osnls." lire ; y- I r.r hat bodies made wholly, or in part of wool,

'Win, |1.011. Favollf:, Tbe lblo\\ing( is a pioper form, lor a ['rupu,-al. Jive per centum ; and upon merino shvAlsmade I eighteen cents each. '
JclK-rsun nnd at the Anm'lachiBayinFli and Glass Ware
Q iida. i' ''1 trill coni'ty the .Jail, agreeably to adi'irlise- Crnckc-ry; ol wool, all other manufacturers of wool 1, "Fifteenth. On all manufactures of silk, or

Alrii 17th l 1".1.J5 -Gin-( went, on ,' .l.-,.1 rncIcJai Tinware, LookingilassesSalt, Ready or of which wool i it a component part, and on of which silk shall be a component part, coming -

the yearly coinjjinsaticn oftiotlars.." I made clothina', :(tittlOllitl", &c.( tt ic.IKS ready! made clothing, fifty per centum ad val 1 from beyond the Cape of Good Hope, ton
J.. \\'l'-tl'-.tf! He the ol his residence and if not
must state
: Jr. & J. > Booth'f.f0rffinla place orem.Third..
is J.\ .1 a1 \1LLL1: per centum valorem, and on all other manufactures

!\ : l..n\ !paaninship in Florida. The a Contractor: rcconmiendations., he must accompany his bid with :satisfactory Talbha :'r. i\on-mlf'1' I.lh! Itl31. : Ill' On all manufactures of cotton, or of sill, or of which silk is a compo l ,

j''Mtl'wt'.f'a': loniHTibiuTnHiiji.Mjr| filth "f, of which cotton shall be a component part, nent part, five centum ad valorem
The stated estimated per t
10. ist:1l1ccSIS
,KWra; ,, VM I J\II: are IfiE NEGO ; except
: !
Appal.M-ii-cla 15av. IJusi-itIJ'Nct
t..tl.1&: ill :1' of dcctll1l'lS: fFI"ril1a i:, and may not be entirely correct: but if any error twenty-live per centum ad valorem, exceptingcotton i sewing silk, which shall bo forty per centum

rlhta.dj)IIUI: (- 'lani,:of! l COi'.ri.1 411' ALtuna tv ill have occurred in relation to them, no increase orClHllpcnsatioll A HUNG the great variety: of goods received tit;, taut, Jam, and thread, which shall remain ad valorem. .

tC-'} aft, unto lll. At7 ..3d. Id31. 1011terck will be allowed that account. TheContractor I /B.City, this caSllIl and llir'h\ ] are oiliied low for, at the rat! of duly fixe! by the act to amend V Sixteenth. On brown sugar and sirup of sn> 1.
.---- will intorm' himsclfon that rash, tutu will !b J fmind. at the new store of the subscriber the several
"TlCr.---, point. I acts imposing duties on im- gar_ cane, in casks, two and a half cents
after date ll", -i-MT! N Mxvijaiige-strret rcl choice lot of per
1 M'- Master the I : a f.incy
Thc Post General
"ii\ apl'l! '' toil 11. reserves imers 1 p.ut3, of twellty- eeol1d May, one thousand pound and on white clayed three
., ) ortinty vu-t ofWosliin-tiin laths;! and Cu: ajarlof; \\liichtheywill meiiSupcrhlue ; sugar, and
,< \,fu,.JWcrlI'' a.oiI! 5straiion on tle: rbtattt.f right ofanmiliing any Contract whenever repeated ,jon. eight hundred and twenty-four ; slndprovidtd, one-third cents per pound.
'wx il failures within the time shall l l
:
?!. ,?, Jl', q/4 u.xcd. DAVID l\J'H.\) to arrive contract rape Finished, Broad Cloths, That all manufactures of cotton or of which Seventeenth. On salt, ten cents
I' !I.' 1t. 4w( occur; or whenever one failure shall happen a- d/. 1'rly! t do. per fifty-
cotton shall be a component part, not dyed, six
mouiiiing to the lo-s: of a trip; \vhenc\rr any di Patent finished (West of Kni.land) Ba! *kdo.elo. pounds. r

lOll SALE.1tJ rectionvhicli be may give shall not be promptlyobeyed. line C Hi*. e, lo! ir> do. colouicd, printed, or stained, not exceeding in i Eighteenth. On old and scrap lead, two

.1 } : do Cinanu.n Brown, do. value thirty cents tho square yard, shall be cents per pound.Nineteenth. .

l ..J\1J .:1..' I? U ,S. I:. No bid shall lie withdrawn after the 1imefill' Bottle (.ictln, d'.. valued at thirty cents per square yard, and if On teas of all kinds, imported

WILL sell a valuable tract of Land receiving it has expired, and should:! any person Saxony bl'-tc: tlo.+ dyed, colored, printed, or stained, in whole or from places this side the Cape of Good
M. s'Mimtcd Lax cndcr 1 Drab and 1 Dove colored C.ns-inicr" Jiope,
two miles east tf Lake Ja 'kaiid his bid be shall ,
take
< refuse to a contract at in value
"'1", 1Il\'ClllUilcs! :. K. 'i allalmssee, a forfeit all other contracts that be have with A variety silk"htan,'", (new patterns.) "n: part not exceeding thirty-five cents or in vessels other than those of the United

t.k irablc and healthy residence, otiUiin- may I'la 1I\IIt1I.'Tchicl'o, PnnWedo.AV'hilejMid the square yard, shall be valued at thirty-f i v e States, ten cents per pound.
thtOVep u tmcnt, and be held responsible! for all
at five tijrliths of f excellent Laud, one fjnr.y crvvuts, cents per square yard ; and on nankeens,.in)- Twentieth. On slates of all kinds
.end 1 slay "f llich i is in Cultivation and un1tdfl'ncR damage that may result J 'o1l11Iis failure to comp'y 4 Dozen f fine fa liii nublc, linen shirt, ported direct from China, twenty per centumad five per centum ad valorem. twenty
.
011 the SUilC is a comnnKlious Dwell- do do Bosoms,
.,.OU befit of lhesamemalcrials. 1\ frame Gin 13. No Contract nor bid can be transferred GYntlemens1; & Merino half hose, valorem. Twenty-first. On window glass not above
1
:"-nh a fifty saw trill and running Gear, iniit without the pccial and written: approbation( I of do Colton and Angola: do Fourth. On all stamped, printed, or painted eight by ten inches in size, three dollars pet

ik alb the std Itlilttin:1. the Post Master General mid an of a Silk nnd silk Velvet Stocks, latest fashions. flowr cloths cents hundred
l't: ; equally cooel. Tell UI''ihll' : ; assignment forty-three a square yard ; square feet ; not above ten by twelvo
: I hc1h\\c\? LClJll'd 1111 nk"'K' Hands, the olov.i7ni contractor bid, without his consent, first obtained addition to the bu\c they oiler a splendid\ assor- on oil cloths of all kinds, other than that usually inches, three dollars and fifty cents
uwiw.iwJM anent of Ready: made inanufactcd in the :l him
Clothing per
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)
rule will
KITCIUW FU. t- in writing, shall forfeit. it. This JlC'CI'be
triiS% Mules Uxc'n, and other Can, from. test style, thcwOlknllC1 materials which they warrant denominated patent fluor cloth, twelve drcd square feet ; and if above ten by twelve
tins departed to be genuine.Consisting of blue, black and a half cents the yard and floor inches four dollars
Rrxn,VeS/r > 'Vaj&on and Gear, and the 14. 11 Contractor or his Agent shall violate super square ; on per hundred square feet: : a
a
?..: S5r0il0ll'ornanJ Fodder, will he s-ld, brown, Cinunum and Olive Dress Coats, do Frock, matting, usually made of Hags or other materials Provided, That all window
commercialintelligence gla&3
transmit
the Ollice law shall imPogledplates in
Post or
,
terns l do Pant, &.C. silk Velvet Vrtts: Florentine silk ditto
;
S 1 e Cll'I. Tnl1ahi'! sl.c hj',VJ'1 or A.}'"'?U.to Lcslit A, by express more rapidly than the mail, Valencia .\H.I l larS:jlls, all of wnich they will sell live j per centum ad valorem.Fifth. uncut, shall be charged with the high
.t
r9r lhC LnJcrwgned on the prcwises.j .Ovustreet I bis contract shall be f forfeited; and in all cases, low for cash. R. L'. & J. B. BULI ,, On iron, in bars of bolts, not manufactured est rates of duty hereby imposed. On all a-

SR p IILIZA: OVKilS } when a Contractor shall run a strge, or other vehicle November 1831. HtfWAN.TED in whole or in part by rolling, ninety pothecaries' vials and bottles, exceeding the

p crsOI1S tt'lsil'l ;tg tu l'ut'ctJn, can view thea more rapidly or more frequently than he isrequired cents per one hundred and twelve pounds. capacity of six and not exceeding the

14l1llny time: Ity nIi'lyiug,{ .tli above.t by contract to carry the mail, lie shallme : Sixth. On bar and bolt iron, made whollyor oi sixteeu ounces each, two dollar* and capacity twen ,

W IL _J nn. a the same increased celerity and frequency to r wQ a shallotherwise perfumery and
General
Master
LL the Post t
I ILE6111G.111 1* NUTTALL, and I the mail, (unless direct) and without increase of! com dtistriwus and r.u-rat babi'.s R- l>. 4 J. B. Provided, That all iron in slabs, blooms, or f fancy vials and bottles, not exceeding the .capacity -

mAeftll ,and J IXOl\, hate formed 1Law tion& other form less finished than iron in bars or of four ounces each, two dollars and
f.t wIll iFirefNSURANCK E111JttcttUtt.+
P'tnte"liand Di"Lrir: Jackson practice C in lhe Courts ofthc1!id-, pcnsa 15. The Postmaster G cnt'ral reserves the right bolls, and more advanced than pig iron, except fifty cent9' V the groue ; and those exceeding '

TalGdits I. aunty. Office near the: of curtailing or of discontinuing any route, whenin against loss or damage by FIRE car castings, shall be rated as. iron in bits or bolts, four ounces, and not exceeding sixteen ounces'each 1

'ee,attg,7, l le32 51 3m hiiopinion the public intercut shall require it; the roost favorable terms, on np pi;- ana pay duty accordingly. three dollars and twenty-five cents the

LlAu llAWLS, and in such case the contract shall cease, so far as actionto the Subscriber, njjentof the Protection Insurance Seventh. On iron in pigs, fifty cents pone er groce : on all! wares of cut glass: not specified
IN the SUJle. relates to the part, curtailed, or to the whole, if Hartford Connecticut. In every aj- ,'
company hundred and twelve pounds on vessels of three cents and
9hICfiFL ys rior Court 01 r! discontinued allowance of one mon .'s extra rlication the fair: Cash value of the property must be per pound, thirty per centum ll,
''h'lctdfjb.J' ClIllIST.\1AX. the Middle cast iron, not otherwise specified[ one and a ad valorem black bottles '
1 holden being made: ) to the Contractor. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness : on glass not exceeding -*
The d in and for the County ol r Pay 16. oAll Contracts for routes embraced m this of the representation, and the good moral half cents per pound ; on all other castings of one quart, two dollars per IIro te da. i t ar

t tdf Der the first of character the applicant. The solvency of the Utt ice iron not otherwise specified, one cent black bottles
; i iGlth'\eil bnt will take notice that the above *ui lf I advertisement shall commence on day and its fairness and confidently rc- per glass exceeding one quart, two. ll .
II.e punctuality
may
1ut lta y te proce.611 of Attachment, returnable U January next, and continue two years. I Iw.on.. E. PERKINS.S. pound. dollars,and fifty cents per groce, on demijohns ,

flU of said Court Decisions oif bids will be' made known on the Tallahassee. .,. 22, IS31. 27tfCU'l"l'ON Eighth. On iron or steel wire, not exceeding twenty-five cents each, and on all other ui tides ,I

C. DuPONT, ninth day. of November next. number (fourteen, five cents per pound 1 ; of glass, not specified, two cents tt l
ssR l 1'. BARRY BAGOliNG and Bole per.pgugd
(,I Attorney br JMaintiff. WILLIAM ,
number fourteen nine
cents and
,
1 Gw exceeding per twenty centum
per on
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Matter General.
Port pjtper-
and for sale byEDAV'D.
JJh ) : .
IN --- pound ;. on silvered or plated wire, five per hangings, forty per centum r on all
Bes andI G-Executed with nent.l'patch -o GENERAL POST OFFICE EPAETMENT, J SE1XAS, ,Loghoru '
a ; at this Office. July Wi, 133-2. } Mnsnoljjiaus. 7,133-3 51 tf centum valorem ; on cap or bonnet wire hate or bonnets, and all Luts or bonnets ofr 1




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:s sw, chip or grass, ant] all flats braids or from and after the third drY of March afore- sury, under the direction of the President of the proper officer of the cosloma, ond that It may well be
plaits for making hats or bonnets, thirty per said, where the amount of duty on merchan I the United States, from time to time, to eai the same shall remain under his control on the< similar case exists in this doubted w1leH' spt
centum : un the following articles twelve and disc! except wool, manufactures of wool, or of! tabTil'ohuch rules and regulation, not inconsistent third day of March next ; And provided further state. t ear
a half per centum ad valorem, namely, whalebone wool is a component part, imported into the : with the laws of the Unite d States, as That the Secretary of the Treasury be< { *'-Y onng women full i nA
the product of foreign fishing, raw silk, United States, in any ship or vessel, on account the President of the United States shall think! authorised to prescribe such rules and regula- They will weep as bitterly for the are i f '-..tt'r''
,and dressed furs ; and on the following urticlcs .. of one person only, or of several per- proper, to secure a just, faithful, and impartial tions nH may he necessary to carry this section dress as for the loss of an old 0Ss f a
M ,' twenty-live per centum ad valorem, name- sons jointly interested, shall not exceed two< appraisal of all goods, ware, and merchandise into effcf t.APPROVED. will weep for any thing or for not'hIr.' : tip
: Jy, boards, planks, walking canes and ticks hundred dollars, the same shall be paid in cash as aforesaid, imported into the U. States, .1u1\ %' 14, 1832. will scold you to death for arcid* 01 f
frames ur sticks for umbrellas and parasols, without discount: ; and if ii hall exceed that I and just and proper entries of such! actual value a new gown, and weep for spite that tally. te helees
And all manufactures of wood not otherwise sum, shall, at the option of the importer or thereof, and of the square yards, parcels Instance oj coolness.-- "jahuiiuiitru; nu.: not be revenged on you. They th?
( specified ; copper vessels and all manufactures importers, be paid or secured to be paid, in the or other quantities, as the case may require, cely retired to his capital when he was \r-I. coquette in your presence and wee will I TO lid
of copper not otherwise specified : all manner now required by law, one-half in three, and of such actual value of every of them ; ed with an illness which he felt would be fatal are absent. They will weep p "htn v tiSin
beau
i qianufactures of hemp or flax, except Jam i!! and one-half: six calendar months ; and that, and it shall be the duty of the Secretary of to him. His end corresponded with his story cannot go to a ball or a tea party r ? .' ;
! and cordage, tarred and untarred, ticklen I i from and after the said third day of March, so the Treasury; to report all such rules and regulations and unprincipled life.rilh the view of securing their parent* will I not permit them to or 1\
I !i b.irgs osnatyurgs, and burlaps, not otherwise much of the sixty-second:; section of the act with the reasons: therefor, to the< the crown for bis son, he wrote to the with a blackguard ; and the* wn";: a.. I i tl:
.( Specified ; ans, artificial flower, ornamental entitled) An art to regulate the collection of taen next session of Congress.Sec. alcaide of Solobrena, ordering the head of his cause they cannot have every' thing PE
i feathers, ornaments for head dresses, caps tor : duties on imports and tonnage," approved the 10. And be it further enacted, Thatan brother to be returned by the messenger, Ah- own way. Married women w cep to III !11| }
Women, and millinery of all kinds ; comfits t I second day March, one thousand seven hundred addition of ten per centum shall be made med an officer of his guard. \Yhen.billed arrived Tears are the rtiost potent arms of co qua be
And sweat-meats of all kinds, preserved in susar and ninety-nine: as! authorizes the dcpos to the several rates jf duties by this act imposed at Solobrena, he found the Prince playing nial I warfare. II'a I grutf husband Iu lDal' tern,
or brandy, umbrellas and parasols, of j ite of teas under the bond of the importer or in respect !o all goods, wares and merchandise at chess with the alcaide. No sooner had : his wife, she weeps, and he relents a ;rci
whatever materials made ; parchment and I importers, thall be repealed : and that so on the importation of which in American the latter glanced his eyes over the fatal writ- I miser better behavour. How many and> dePi!
vellum, wafers and black lead pencils, and ;, much of any existing. law as requires teas, or foreign vessels, a specific discrimination ing, than he turned pale, for the good qualities I ;gone to bed in' wrath, and risen i i- the e:1la": just
trilbies' oral! kinds. And on the l following when imported in vessels ot the United States, has not already been made, which, from of the prince had won his heart, and the heartsof ing quite subdued with tears and a en, """ fJ!!!
.. ArticleUiirly! per centum rul valorem, viz : I i from place- beyond) the Cape of Good Hope, and after the third day of March aforesaid, all the fortress. lIe knew not how to break lure 'f i Women weep to get at their :I1Iet. 0
cabinet warns ; hats and cap of tur, leather, : to IIP. weighed$ marked and certified, shall band < shall be imported in ships, vessels, not of the intelligence to the intended victim, but his secrets, aud they also weep when their ? ;::::;
r or wool, leather ; whip, hndU-* ; ;slddlrH: : don : the -ame i> hl'H:hy repealed. the United Slates : Provided, That this addi- agitation betrayed some fearful t-uth. Yous- are revealed. They weep through Qta
; manufactures of leather not oihervuM i : >= ,",'. (). \ lid he I .t further enacted, That, tional duty shall not apply to good., wares, & suf took the scroll from his trembling hands, ?anity, through) folly, throng!, can P flethr.lunlt' -
! perilled ; carriages and p rls of rarnagns, Iron ,r ii a.fr; the tin d day of March: afore merchandise which shall be imported after und on perusing it, mildly requested that a through weakness. They will "' gad TtT
J' and blank books ; on boots and bootees, one :;sriu!. MIC .fi.ti,"> on ;ail! wool, manufactures of said day in ships or vessels not of the United few hours respite might; be allowed to take the husband's misfortunes, while they'sclit'(
1'f'I dollar and rift)' cents per pair ; shoes of l loath 1 WI''*!, i'r of ., mrh ;'-ipul is a component part, States, entitled b) treaty, or by an act or act last leave of his family. This Ahmed refus- .self. A woman will weep over the dead III- feetbou:
I cr, other bhot... and slippers of prunella, plull}, ,i -hull be t'.mi ,n ci--li!without discount, or, at of Congress, to be entered in the ports of the ed to grant, justly observing, that unless the of her husband, while her vanity win; aVS 1
I or nankin: ; also porcelain, china, stone, and tlic optKMi ..i tiic HU.-Orler, be placed in the United States on the payment of the same duties head of the prince wa in Granada, at a cer- neighbours how she i is fitted with her ; ups
Ii earthen ware ; musical instruments ; and : piiblir stoics. l'H.I> cr ;siond, a; his risk:; subject as shall then be paid on goods, wares, and tain hour, his own must fall as a penalty of angs. She weeps for one husband that moue!
I manufactures of marble, shall pay th: present I to the payment: "' customary!! storage and merchandise imported in ship or vessels of disobedience. Vuus.surf then begged that he may get another. The w i dow- Of Ps fjsjj ees
f fates of duties. charge*., awl fl. ihjay.i.ent; interest at the the United States.; and the alcaide might bo permitted to finish ," bedewed the grave of hers Po use sP. atrf
'I wentsecond. -On olive oil, in casks rate f :.ix j lit -ouium! pr annul while so Sec. 11. And be it further enacted, That the game, a request which Ahmed reluctantly one eye, while she squinted love to eta to
.twenty rents 'a gallon. stored : rrorid'-t.t that the duty on the arllI there shall be allowed a drawback of the duties; :granted.; But whatever might! be the compo- soldier with the o tier.Extraordinary aI gage o the
\ Twenty-third. On the wiiu;? of Franc, I ces! so storetlhah! .*e paid one-half in three, by this act imposed on goods, wares, and merchandise posure: of the prince, tho alcaide was so agi- toe
I namely, red vines, in c.uksix, o nts a a,10n; I and onchalfil1I months from the date of which shall be imported fiom and tated that he lost all command over his judg- COtlduct.--On Wedneaf 1rie
'white i,'ii.'''s, in rusk, ten cent :::al!' n, anti : importation, : Pruvidtd, also, That if any instalment after tho third day of March, upon the exportation ment, ic committed such eggregious blunders, as the ship Washington, from Liverpool J, aT"
"jFrenHt! wim> of all sorts, in hoUR---, twenty- t of duties be not paid when the saint thereof, within the time and in the man- that his opponent in the game rallid: him on coming up the bay, in tow of the steam b.air
two cprtiia PIMM ; cmil the third] lay o3Lirtr. shill: 1 have occomc due so much of the said nor prescribed in the existing; laws! at tho time : his distraction.-Just as thc game was concluded Hercules, within about six miles of the 1
fi: n-hlcm hundred and thirty-lour and : mer handle as may be necessary to discharge:: Proridccl, No drawback shall be allowed on two horsemen: arrived at fill speed rows, and In sight of the (Quarantine.aar a It
I from :md after that day, one-hall r of' those rates : sin h instalment shall be sold at public auction, a less quantity of cordage than five tons. from Grenada, entered the apartment, announced pursued and fired into, by the Revenue (sal.
I respectively ; and Oil all wines oiner than aid: ictainin,; the sum necessary for the payment Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That the death'of Mohommed, and kissed A lert. The shot past between t the maiv utter ,,
I tho- of trance one-hadfol'their present rates of such! instalment: of the duties, togeth the existing law at the time shall extend to, the hand of Youssuf, as the sovereign. The and mizen masts, took off a (part of one rf fa
t of outs" nspfcti\'l', from and alter: the day I *:r t ith the expenses of safe ecping and sale and be in force for the collection of the duties prince could scarcely believe in th- extraordinary the seamens' hats, and cam near killing 1jab.
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i kit:: ;tK' .u-ti,i : Provided, Thai no higher i: hail bo charged under this act, or any existing t i returned by the collector to the importer or merchandise which shall be imported into the confirmed its reality.-Larlnei's Cij- dred of the crew and passengers c.. dell tt t
law on the red wines of AU*!lia than an I owner, or to his agent or lawful rcpiesentativ United States from and after the third day of clopacda. the time. The ship, one pf the largest vasi
i now, or may be, by this act levied upon red : iJnd provided also That the importer March ; and for the recovery, collection, and about 700 tons burden, and draws nearly n.ne! re,
wines of Spam when the :said vines arc imported owner, or consignee of such goods, may, at distribution, and remission of all fines, penalties EXPLOSION. teen feet water, :she; was compelled tuhenj\
t' in casks.'t'wentyfourth.. any time alter tile depositc: shall have been and forfeitures, and for the allowanceof Extract of a letter to the editor of the United too on a very narrow and dangerous pa3.aje
On the following articles made, withdraw the hole or any part thereof, drawbacks by this act authorised, as fully States Gazette, datedWILMINGTON -had she grounded, might have been tat-' lu
an ad valorem duty of fifteen per centum, on pa)ing the duties on what may be \\ith- and effectually as if Qvcry regulation, restriction August 25, 1532. the vessel arid cargo worth probably more than
( nan-oly bailey, grass or straw baskets, composition drawn, and the customary :storage; and charges penalty, forfeiture,provl ion, clause, matter An explosion took place to-day ibout noon, two hundred thousand dollar The orlj 0&& d,
; wax, or amber beads ; all other bead and interest. and thing in the then existing laws con- of one ot Dupont's powder mills.! I was dis jest bringing the ship too, was to obtainkf
I not othft wise enumerated, lamp 1 black ; indigo i Sec. 7. And bo it further enacted, That in tained, had been inserted in, and re-enactet tant from the place about six miles, and heartit manifest, which in a short time would here tlbl blr.
1 blcaihPti and unbleached linens ; shell ur pa all cn -e3 where the duty which now is, or I by this act, and that so much of any act which very distinctly with its prolongcj( rumbling been handed to the hoarding: officer at the
I per boxes*, hair bracelets, hair not made up for lu-realter may be. imposed on any goods::;, wares 1 is co'itrary to this: act, shall be, and the &amt eehoe. It was different from the roise which <[Quarantine.-What reason can be given fur raC r.c
; head drt souricks:; : paving tiles, brooms ol or merchandise imported into the United is hereby repealed.Sec. thunder makes in its character, and I was instantly thus; hazarding the lives and ertyofour tIb
: hair or 1 palm leaf, ca.-lnr.crr of Thbet: down States, shall by law be regulated by, or he directed 13. And be it further enacted, ThaI sure, from the quarter whence it pro- citizens, by those who ought to be their pro. tIT
1 j ot all. kind, feather for beds. to be es'imated 01 levied upon, the value whenever goods, composed wholly, or in part, ceeded, that it was a powder mill which had tectors, we do not know ; hut trust the mater .
I Twenty-fifth. All articles not herei: !ppecifit ol :he square yard, cr of any other quantityor of wool or cotton, of similar kind, or diflercnl blown up ; a huge column ot smole from the : will be investigated. The Cutter, we learn toT
u, either as free or as liable to a different parcel thereof; & m all oases where there quality, are found ir. the same packages, charged same quarter com inced me that it vas so. On was. commanded by Capt, Jackson, vlos
I I dut\ and which by the existing laws, pay anon i is, or shall bo imposed any valorem rate at an average I price, it shall he the duty or arriving at the mills)) I found it waj the du.>t absent, and at this time was in charge of Lieu.
valorem duty higher than fifteen per cen- of duly on any goods, wares, or merchandise the appraisers to adopt the value of the best mill in the lower yard which had exploded, tenant sturges.-l\. Y. Dai. .41\. 4otl otl
tum, 10 pay an advalorem duty of 15 per ('( n- imported into the United Stales:;, it shall be the article contained in such package, and sc where the ingredients are mixed, aId that two otlb
turn from & after the said 3dday of March 133:! duty" of the collector Within whose district the charged, as the averageaiuo oi the whole ;; unfoitunate irishmen: had perishel. Every FROM N ASS.\ .-We received jester-
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, "J hat, in same shall be imported or entered, to cause and that so much of thc act entitled An act pan of the mill was blown to atolls, and the day, via Savannah, a complete file of lhe! Nassau 1<
addition to the articles exempted Horn duty by the actual value thereof at the time purchased for the more effectual collection of the im- bodies of the two men were found horribly Royal Gazette to the bth infant inchiive. ii
the existing laws, the following articles Impor- and place liom which. thu same shall have post duties: ," approve*! twenty eighth ot May mangled; and blackened, on the back of the : .
ted from and after the third day of March been imported into th' Lmtcd States, to be ono thou-and. eight bundled and thirty, as requires creek, covered with rubbish : they had been The shipping intelligence by this ,arrival!,
'one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, appraised, estimated and ascertained, and the I the appraisers to adopt the value of the blown out of the mill with the walls. No furnishes an account of several shipwrecks
.. shall be exempt from duty ; that is to !say, number of such yards, parcels, or quantities, I best article contained in the package as the other person was maimed. for which we refer our readers to the manna
1 teas of all kinds imported from China or oth- and such actual value of every of them, ns average value of the whole, be, and the same .INu assignable cause was given for the unexpected head.
er j"laces cast of the; L' ll'e' ol Good Hope), the case may require ; and it shall, in every i is! hereby repealed.Sec. accident, and the most prcLablc[ reason His 3Iajesty's schooner Speedwell; Lieut.
I and !I. vessels: of the Lnited Slat*.:*, coficc, sail\ ca.se, be tho duty (If the appraisers! of the 14. And be it further enacted, That is the heating of gudgeon by great trie- "Aarren, captured off! the Ie! of Pines, the r t.
: Cot.;), ulMio.'uls, ctirra.it., prunes) figs, raisins United States; and C\'t ry of them, and c\"ery whenever upon the opening; end examination lion, which'may be so greet that, although no slave Brig Eagle, with 616 laves on board, '
: in j jars and box--, all othoi raisins, black other person who shall! act as such appraiser, of any packages: of impoited goods, cornpo.s- visible heat is produced, still the temperature bound> to (uba, after an action of half an hour; 'I c t
pejiier, jiiug*'r, jiacc, nutmeg, cinnamon, by all the reasonable ways: or roans: in his 01 I e'd wholly, or in part, of wool, or cotton, in the is high enough to tire the dust when extremely the brig had one man killed and two wounded, .
cas-ia, riovcs. (pimento, camphor, crude, saltprtiv. I their power, to ascertain, estimate, and ap- ; wanner prodded i in the f fourth section of the I fine. It appears that there i is no safety in she was armed with ten 32 pound cannonade I,
flax uumanufactucdiiicksilver( opium, piairc the due and actual value, oily invoiceor i act for the more effectual collection of the mills of this kind I where such friction is not and two long twelves, with a crew of 70 n.en. 1e 1eC
1 qui.npvpaied: tin in piaies and sheets, un- affidavit thereto to the contrary notwithstanding ; impost duties, approved on lh mm.lartul: n.uihle, .irgu' gum arabic, gum, of the said goods, wares, and mer- I day of May, one thousand eight hundred and i duty for the proprietor of these mills, a* he shot from the Brig having struck her. 1f 1
3ei.idl_ "pa ;cttt.:! of gold and silver, lac dye, chandi-c, at the time- purchased! and place I thirty, the said goods :shall be t found to contain !I well as all the proprietors of gunpowder mills, The Speedwell also took on the 25th June
madder, madder root, nuts and berries used fi'umhonce the game shall have been imported I, any articl.' not entered, such article shall be I to have the causes of these unaccountable explosion a schi. having on board 134 slaves, bound af.so !-
inking} baf run, turmeric, woad or pastel ; into the lilted States, and the number ol forfeited ; or if the package be made up with [ investigated and provided against.Sir to thf- Island: of Cuba, making a total of :about i
ale. : aiubfrgrid, Burgundy pitch, bark, Pe- such yards, parcels, or quantifies, and such intent to evade or fraud the revenue, the pack Humphrey Davy's safety lamp lmsOgaved 1000 slaves taken by the above vessel ia c
IU\ ian, coci.meal, caper*, chamomile flowers, actual value of every of them as the case may age shall bo forfeited ; and so much of thc hundreds; of lives, and since, no doubt, might the short spare of 3 mouth*.. I II
coriander seed, cantharides, castanas, catsup, require ; and all such goods, wares, and merchandise said section as prescribes a forfeiture of goods be applied with excellent effect to the dangers His Majesty's schooner jVimtte, Lt. Potba'
rhaiico.. uius, indicus, coral, dates, filberts, being manufactures of wool, or'''i found not to concspondwith the invoice there- : which powder mills are exposed to. n', armed at Nassau, 27th ult., hating ia
filtering.tones, frankincense, grapes, gam- whereof wool shall be: a component part, which i of, be, and the same is hereby repealed.Sec. Company the Portugues slave brig Hebe.ofeight
boge hemlock, henbane, horn plates lanthorns, 5-halllJe imported into the United\ Slates in an ; 15. And be it further enacted, That TURKEY AND EGYPT. guns and 18: men, which the .Nl1nhil
OA-horns, other hosts and tips, India rubber, unfinished condition, shall, in every such appraisal : from and after the third day of Match one LEGHORN, July 19.-Accounts from Alexandria I captured after a chase of four hours, on the
ipecaeuitna, ivory unmanufactured, juniper. be taken, deemed, am1 estimated ny thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, the of the 9th, continue favourable) with 13th July, with 401 slaves( on board. The
berries, musk, nuts of all kinds, olives, oil of. the said appraisers, ar.d every of them, and every ad valorem, rates on duty ol goods, wares, & regard to Mehemed Ali. All the chiefs of the Hebe is said tolnve been the finest vessel
junijtci: paintings and drawings, rattans un- person who shall act as MU h appraiser, to !! merchandise, shall be estimated in the manner inhabitants ot Lebanon have declared for him.I engaged in this trade to the Island of Cubit
ni.ir.nfactured. reeds unmanufactured, rhubarb, have been, at the time purchased and place :.! following : to the actual cost, if the same Duly a few days previous to the date of the (except Eagle, taken by the Speedwell,)and
Toftui tone, tamarinds, tortoise shell, tin foil, from whence the same were imported into the :shall have been actually purchased, or the actual above letter, a son of one of the most power- I is 1 pierced for 14 guns.
6hriu], >r, sponges, :ago, !lemons, limes, pine apple : United States; of as great actual value as if..I value, if the same shall have been pro ul of these chiefs, who had hitherto been faithful The American schooner Fair Lady, or f
.-, cocoanuts and shells, irris or orris root, the same had been entirely finished; : Provided, cured otherwise than by purchase, at the time to the Porte, arrived at Alexander as a (hostage Boston, on a whaling voyage, left Boston 011the
arrow root, hole ammoniac, Colombo root, an- That in all cases where any goods, wares, or I i and place when and where purchased, o; otherwise for his father. The Sheriff of Mecca; 2d March last ; not having met with an/
noito, nunUe-seed, oil 01 annise-seed, oil of merchandise, subject! to ad valorem: duly, or 1 I procured, or to the appraised value, if who. had likewise declared for Mehemed Ali 'vessel until the 27th Jute, when they fell is
cloves, ci.mmin-seed, sarsaparillabalsam tolu, wheroon the duty is or shall be by law regula- :'i appraised, shall be added all charges, except wad, also expected ct Alexandria ; it was reported with the sloop Sea flower, of Nassau; they
assalcEtula, ava root, alcornoquc, canella alba, led by, or be directed to be estimated: or levied :i Insurance. among the people, that he would, as a I requested the master to report them as being
cascanlla haerlem oil, hartshorn manna, sen- upon, the value of the square yard, or any :! Sec. 16. And be it lurlher f enacted, '1 hat J JII spiritual prince, annul the interdiction pro- all: well on bord.
\ pa, tapioca, vanilla beans, oil of almonds, nux other quantity or parcel thereof shall have from and alter the said third day of arch flounced by the Sultan against Mehemed Ali, .
c vomica, amber, platina, busts of marble, met- been imported into the United Slates from a I II one thousand eight bundled and thirty-three, and crow him ping of Egypt. A letter contains THE VOICE Of GEORGIA.Wend rejoice to,
al or plaster, casts of bronze or plaster, strings country other than that in which the same : in calculating rates of duties, the pound sterling : the following statement of the Egyptian public sentiment! throughout the Stat
of musical instruments, flint: kelp, kermes, were manufactured or produced, the appraisers !'I shall bo considered und taken as of the forces in :Syria. The army consists ol 80- settling down decidedly against the revolutionary -
pins, needles, mother of pearl, hair unmanu- shall value the sr.',ae at the current value value of four dollars and eighty cents. 000 men ; among them are 36,000 regular in- principles Calhoun and Cooper,I latelY -
tactured ; hair-pencils: Brazil paste, tartar I thereof[ &t the time of purchase, before such I I Sec. 17. And be it turther enacted, That aotry, and 8,000 cavalry ; the rest are composed attempted to be introduced into Georgiafe -
(rude, vegetables such as arc used principally : last'exportation to the United States, in the i i i sirup imported in casks, and all sirup for making of 23,000 irregular infantry, 7,000 Bedouin ll\ regret that the limits of our paper prevents
in dyeing and in composing dyes, weld, and I country where tho same may have been originally -' sugar, shall be rated by weight, and pay horsemen, and 4,000 artillerymen. The I from Keeping pace with the numerous
fill articles used principally for dyeing, coming' manufactuied or produced. I thc same duty as the sugar of which it is com' war stores J found at St. Jean d'.Acre are said tobe ?ublic meetings which have been held, aw
under the duty of twelve and a half per cen Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That it i posed would pay in its natural state ; and that > very valuable ; it is reported that there through which those opinions have been ei-
tum, except bichromate of potash, prussiate shall be lawful for the appraisers to call before I loaf or lump sugar, when imported in a pulverised were 1,700 pieces of cannon and a depot ot ?essed.: Richmond, Chatham, Jones'a
f t of potash, chromate of potash, and nitrate of them, and examine, on oath, any owner, \ liquid or other form, shall pay the same 25,000 cwts. of copper. vm, Hall, Walton and Morgan, speak hID e
1", lead, aquafortis, and tartaric acids ; all other importer, consignee, or other person, touching I duty as imposed by law on loat or lump sugar VENICE.; -To such a wretched state ofovertj 1 voice that cannot be mistaken. -tbfc
J dyeing drugs, and materials for composing any matter or thing whicn they may deem I md all fossil and crude mineral salt shall pay have the Venetian noblesse been reduced completely annihilated" Calhounrsrtrg11. yrjtb*
1 if d)cs, all other medicinal drugs= and all articles material in ascertaining thc true value of any fifteen per centum ad valorem. that it has lately been found necessary ,,6 koockcd" Nullification into had
not numerated in this act nor the existing merchandise iu.ported, and to requite the production Sec. 18. And be it further enacted, That to enact a law (uy the Austrians) to prohibit out leaving a grease spot to tell tbatiljen. ala
laws, and which arc now liable to an ad valo on oath, to the collector, or to any he several articles enumerated in this bill, hem from selling the lead which covers the :> ." The freemen ofthos* c*>untlW the:
rem auty of fiftcej per centum, except tartar permanent appraiser, of any letters, accounts, \whether imported before or after the passage roof of their palaces. The population of this firm and decided. their opposition to llir. Jiersuri *?
emetic and Uochelle salts, sulphate of quinine, or> invoices, in his f possession, relating to the hereof, may be put into the custom-house once Queen of the Adriatic now barely numbers I I righteous Tar.tlt" yet willing, with otnerat the
calomel and corrosive sublimate, sulphate of ame, for which purpose, they arc hereby au- stores, under the bond of the importer or owner > 70,000 souls, : ., to wait the returning justice 10'folva
magnesia, glauber salts : Proridtd 1, That no- horised to administer oaths. And if any per- ; and such of said articles as shall remain I : Government," ratheJ than anarchy ark
thing in this act contained shall be so construed sou so called, shall fail to attend, or shall decline under tho control of the proper officer of the CHENANGO REPUBLICAN. t hd: country in all the horrors of
as to reduce the duties upon alumt copperas to answer, or to produco such papers customs on the third day of March, eighteen Singitlarjact.-Among the applicants for I'C\'oJution.-Athtn (Geo.)
\ manganese muriatic or sulphurlac) acids, when so required, he shall forfeit and pay to'the hundred and thirty-three, shall be subject to Pensions belbie the Vice Chancellor's <:OU.'. : %
retintd salt petre, blue vitiiol, carbonate of United States fifty dollars ; and if such no other duty than if the same were imported, m this County, a few days since, a lather aat, IHE' \V Willis
soda, red lead, white lead or litharge, 'sugar of person be the owner, importer or consignee, respectively, after that day ; and if the duties, his son / the former aged about 94 years, th aliace at last, week, lIt.
lead .or combs. the appraisement, which the said appraisers or any part thereof, on the articles depositedas latter 70. They both served two years t. reports, to which wo alluded of l"xan 1": .
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That, may make of the goods: wares, or merchan- aforesaid, shall have been paid previous to more in the revolutionary war ; and the tutu* .', r t engagement between a party sod I.}o 0 eI
from and after the third day of March aforesaid Jibe, shall be final and conclusive, any act of the said third day of March, the amount so had been through the old French war. >\ La.. and the hostile baud of Sacs rnotff dkilledf eci.
liO much of any act of Congress as requires Congress' to the contrary notwithstanding, paid jshaU; be refunded to the person importing the sou was giving his declaration to the cot ,he victory over the latter was a being
the addition of ten or twenty per cen- And any person who shall swear falsely on and depositing: the said articles ; Provided, the l father caused much laughter by occa: rually one two hundred of them Only, about 10
tum to the cost or value of any goods wire, such examination, shall bo deemed guilty of That this section shall apply to merchandise correcting him with 'tut, bOY,-Jo. arc is. 'id forty taken prisoners. it
or merchandise, in estimating the duty thereon perjury ; and if ,he be the owner I, importer, or in original packages whi--h may have been entered taken.' You are wrong, boy, t The U-i .,,.rriors. escapad. Among command the P"300opope 10_ all ;the
er ab imposes any duty on such addition, .fchaU cafF i ignee; the merchandise shall be .forfeited. and taken into the possession of the importer .. boy," applied to a ttar-worrr veteran of ''j. .- tho second in and --
Whites
be repealed. Suc.,9. And b.' it I further enacted; That itshall or owner ; upon condition that the said whose whitened locks and wnnnled viu.; terprUes against the -d Bunted by *
Hawk it is *
Bee. &. And be it further enacted.*Thai, be the dujp of tho Secretary of tio- 'rea5Al merchandise be placed under the costodj qf evinced extreme old' e, was irresistibly a- t, Prophet, Black ,
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Lc accounts winch was reruserl( to me. I FROM THE S. t. JOURNAL OF COMMERCE.: NEW-YORK: MA S.rrViin in his ------------j---. .-- :
It I neniion: these facts only'to how that I have U Six Months in America," says thai he was "much BIr W Am1tQ- It
LATER FROM LONDON.Our astonished the first he wcntto the Park Theatre ID1F.D.Ate'
\ I evening ,
oat and died three da>grfihe I about cd under every possible disadvantage in nv. .I-t. C !Of.H\\.ALTOJr 11
.ttBn 1\!'c. 'I. ippi. schooner Journal of Comm at seeing a multitude of personswho would hav. 1 it : ,
news rce l; (dpc '
this before xv4T0"rS! y'hel2thlniTKRO:
; jettinc subject the Senate. It has thought it a gross mistake not to be taken for gentlemen -
,1't r 8. three is just up from the packet ship Colutiia, front and THY rON rehct of the Hon.'GCORC* VTAL- I I
almost
ttf1" account are sven of the I low been months, and this answer has ,sittingoccasionally in the always TON, one of the signers of
llIn. C<:II fl.1(t'ncr I that the Sioux wereTconcerncdin j tut bwjr piven-whether it was delayed this Capt.: Delano, bringing palters to the evoi.ing in the back scats of the dress circle, with thcii hats en a d 73 years. the Declaration: of Independence 1)11)
It appears Tho dal the Pacific in the of the ladies, who was scattered indifferent
of July 31st. s by were presents Mrs. alton
: the combat ; hut that long to prevent an order of the Senate to sendrorperson narisof the same box." was one of the few remainine. i per t I
< to the morning of the same day. hips the last, fir tbose I bdJU of the Who
south vied L
., ." of the Wrnomincapo i and papers, if the facts were denied, CONNECTICUT FISHING 'SMACKS.--The
parties with thrr '
J" tt(d bt the of Don Pe husbands and brothers in
that their
We to news devoted love
Iey .ere JI":. The latter tribe It I I c'annot soy, but the circumstances strong rejoice say New Bedford Gazette sayse regret that the hardy I of country, and in fortitude under the
,, dro's the 28d is confirmed. Tho adventures from and Slonington in the uffi'ring consequent
nd victory on Mystic ,
er hostile Indiana to hold out I ly indicate it,-(Governor Duval has referredto upon our struggle for Independence! Bitt
the Pacific for the nf the
Frllrd' will be found t below. purpose supplying Valparaiso Lhree months t
particulars after her
marriage she
'ou turned aI our personal iclations and attributed this with wa railed hy duty
fI and then p-rfidiously markets with fish, have failed to meet that suc- and affectioi. :
LONDON July 31-12 o'clock. to attend her
p the I last 'and aided in the ma& S1\rre. persecution as he calK it, to that cause. I ees which they had predicted for themselves. Itap- and desperately wounded upon husband, a priSlIler
the
ii4 thrm8"b has been shed, on both sides beg leave to submit the committee, the printed 11 The accountthis' morning from Oportoare pears that a gentleman from the latter had arrived at Shortly after hm recnvciy a she attack was heiself'nn on Saranmn. \\
York -
\ and that fish at a shilling
and Stonington, reported were
p1lo3 ( letter of the most favorable discription, completely rcyej as a prisoner tit the West .
ele.-s war' and I It is hoped thutrelflflcflt published in the Floridian of the per pound, and scarce at that price. It would Indies, and upon hey
,tll111I( of, these infatuated a\'ai-'s ,26th of May, for the origin and causes of the confirmatory of the news received yes- seem that he had been in want of a ti whilst in that return from imprisonment, suff red extremely from ex-
I.osnre.t the rigors of winter in It
an boat. She
r I'll'" I from their'actonollC enemies. I hostility he has manifested. This )letter relates terday. port, and conimisionedapersontopurchaseit for him WAS disungushed for piety, intelligence open
and
JI\' bt' to:"ej of the Government, alter this I to bus public conduct, and is the best re- u Th agent for Lloyds at Falmouth states which person pocketed the principal part of and the money f>r imnnrr, and her sont-t.r and"conversation, courtesy wero j

1b' '1 Chastisement(.v should be called auto ex j J futation of thr defamatory hand-bill he has that the los on Miguel'-, side was upwards of manded, & informed a high price.him they On were the arrival very scarce of the, smacks com soniht, as inif-restingand instrurtivr, by the yoirhful

*: i,* 1Much wo have suffered from their1 filed with hi- defence. This paper called his 3000 killed, wounued and taken pri-oners, they found all kinds of fish as abundant and as cheapas nrtC(1i1Ifles3 as well as the mature.with She suffered the pains r-f a p

ecs..e."I. we a" should not forget to temperj..p.raat1Ofls 1 plea of 75 pares, is a general denial, and eva : whil-l the loss experienced by Don Pedro'sarmy menhaden at the North and therefore turned their ':' r' .. -' hope of a glorious rrcmnlary immortality.paticnce.-anf1 Ptnsacola 7f.J ?in- .. .
; did not exceed 100. t rom otuer letters attention to the denier resort of their enterprise, sr.al- Gazelle.
% 20. ou. So much of it relates all I
o5 those
iffl". "I.h ..J1HCliS50ur. tcp up. Indian transactions, I am as requested to to by Ii which we have seen, the loss ci'the latter was m.:, in which engaged.pursuit we Icarn they were at the last accounts _.,.-_%, .------- ------ I

r the persons making the accusations, that say a list I I considered greater, but not to be compared: S! >C weeks after dale ipplicalion will tv math to
: I : Kf county court of Lnn for letter-I t
r'LORIDIAN of the ot'iILflinistration
of with the losses uui per. CHOLERA INTELLIGENCE. county
witnesses will be furnished .
to
prove everyone on the estate of RoJwrf Hcishf! .
. squadron ;at Lisbon, un- WASHINGTON 5.-Report nfc.tO8 of cliol- Iat
= 44 The bloclwdiug Sept. sAid
i Every fact relating to the charges with county deceased. AMI'EL C WHITF
W Admiral Sartorius era by the Board Health of this City, for twenty I .
A J) which) I have is derthe command ol a- pti-mher 2.-j'.h t 83?. 56'vi.
any personal knowledge, I IPri'ate
per-
besides which notices fours preceding 12 o'clock yesterday. ,
vessel- \
\ MiJI{NINU.I 3KPTEMBEU 23. vetted and misrepresented. The question I mounted to nine Practice. I 'lCE.-The pndfTsiirnpil i h"rp'r"i"p.'
rtt. \ __ ___ -1r. had issued at Lisbon, at Uporio, St. N n.r.ic.e> ;
been
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be t six weeks from
. the
; can easily tested here. lie denies the con New Cases, 31 Deaths, 6 lat datr herc-1 they *vil!! ap-
. rbeFree .l'r'hi;and itciiigzitti' ticket has sue tents of the letter to Mr. Donelson. Let that Ubes, and I' iguotra, again-t any vessels un. Central Hospital. 1\ |ny to !h e county ...nr of Lc 'n count'-., r. Utters of !

.1. tfdeOu1"the ci.y (1 Charleston) by a majority of a letter be produced and I pledge "myself that, I I der colours being allowed ingress or egress. New Cases, 11 I Deaths, 4 eler administration, d rca de<>cd.bonis non, on C.the C.es'atr""ILL1"f \M5:\TcxanAdiir ?_ k \

-jt ,UtI1e; I luim'.ao I I and forty.-Party Spl'1t sums to it will at oner convict him. The letter to I 44 Don Pedro's army is stated to have cap- : I SII'. ; 19t2.: :6"i "n;) :p r. .
oil lengths to secure suc- tured 2000 of the enemy's troop besides Total, 42 10 .
,
. d Its marks ti Jesse H. \ llis,he entirely misrepresent, and I I
. ;{f{am" their and at r alonga.'a The visitation nf the Asiatic Cholera appears to WHITE & WILLI? riR&PET .\; AH.n. .
its artillery, camp equipage !
in the
I
will
that individuals were caught make affidavit of contents, or if the \ I .
SS.ajtd '
I' | ol and onw or two bring with it no less mortality here than has been FPLLY mf'nnI., po'r';," TJ.
r. d t 11uI up} until the day of election, in order committee will -- bt-en ;mhv-i.hi-

, rrtl"In 'i.'ot,'.", or prevent thiir being given to turni.-hed. The governor does, not deny offering ol infautrv are stated to have joined The reports of tile Bu.i id of Health, i faithful as I aily known as lt.Ji"h.tI Lr'terFm.!',/thnt: <*>ry
. .1.cure S. tl II iicnjainin :hnires his individual note in : and l\ force of 3uOO volunteers ana re- I far as depends on those \\z.o make them are imperfect have now formed a cnn. rrnership in *-\,b'Kinc-5\ nd
)lost
uariufl! One life was in an attempt hope from 'heir united vkilmd) .
) 1.iij $ "I ciuils had b.-fii raised at Uporlo. and defective: from the extent of the v'ensveexr: "'ripn-e,
t'rl'l !
. tt 1831 1, for a sum due ind actually great
owing appropriated 'o hcnl>le !n jrive full! satisfaction? ,
15 ..,ts'-'JJIC by leaiin.] .; tUro-i2t; a window.jili.isiir'1 in i8G. lie charges the defalcation I -44 At the latest date, the lorco ot Don Pedro I II I area of the citVlllc" 1 makes it difficult to collect them with orders.Tho all who may. frit

I IOH' was said to oe on tlu Ir march to Comibra. i I1tcmllation."e have the caesin the hospitals irrnV.uotirvn of
to be able to present the to Col. auton. Thi- gentleman told mtl'ho'-'TY. in place of the tc- .
g>! ds ust crtt: looked lor witn only, ;and part of the cases in private practice. diou and unhea'' *
I : i Prnsacola la-t that HitI I i be next coLitis al C ; hy prrK-f ()* casting type by hand,
3S u U31 f'.nn to our subscribers.r.Jjv1L at May, .overnor I doubt I IiI Another part of these cases is not reported, and lonjca dtsuleratum by the Europeir 'an' Ame'nr
111 the lo.iger
% :uc.i tiiiMcl result i> no tn
val had carried olf to Kentucky, ahosit tint ) ; some die whom no physician sees. "We have the Founders, was, l lIy American infinity
cOn 1''':"Ch''", \\e ,utlulurmi d, will be t-pcntd on time, or before, sC\'t'ralthou-.an,1 dollars of the ; ed. !i names and residences, for example, of twelve per experifliture of time and money.n the'parr-f mr ,
I n )'., lindeI' l1rcriJltl1'C of Mr. Cox public money, to pay his individual deut nUll I 44 I Half past one. sons who died in the first ward nf the city, between ni.T fi'st successfully e. compli hcd. Ectensjuse of
- III iday) that be) had to rai-e it himselt to meet thu wxt I 44 i onsol-) remain at SJ: 1-2 5-b lor luc ac I the noon Sunday and that of Monday, : l-e machine cast letter has fully tested and esfaM.'shd ; '

ViRT*UTt AM""G I 111:1 BL.'CL .-The Baltimore pressing demands when he was acting co\or- count. (there are said to have teen more) not one of; Jif*its old superiority in every particular, over that cast by -

l ...'l'. 7*" blacks v ho died in onc week nor, and if summoned, or called upon l In th" Ffom the Lor.dou Courier oj July 31. 1 winch has been reported, and which would make i The process.Letter Founde.y business, will hereafter oe
the number deaths within that
T. i is -Ultss, tnh I* attributed, to the government, h' would trslily to tbe-.o and We lnv be'n faxor-uvvtu tin jollowmg aggregate period carried on by thr parses before named, untieth firm
: .erffrcc twenty-five[ or more than one out of i V.'HITE.
J every tf HAGAR &, Cu. Their "exliibits
.a4IdflICt( 'lad; iJi:." itt'C s ll'cy Uad. \ m ny other fact*, Charged by William Wyatt.'i f'\trH t o' a letter from a coinmtrdai gentle j thousand of our population. The number tfl; a complete series from Diamond to specimen 14 line pica.-
& he charge of ad\using fer I .it ; man d.it'-d OPO.tO. July -4. 1S32 : of Monday
prnpos.i deaths within the 24 hours from the noon r The htrknd news type being in the most modern
jbt Board .1 t H aithof she city Hf Richmond, have the seat of government, and making the contracts 1 44 I have only time to inform you that Don to the noon of Tuesday, we believe to have i lijrlit and style."WHITE .

jvdrurfiirce dtath uy malignant Cholera. n% another county among lu. friend', is i I Pedro h...- gamed great victory at alonga, Ivcn fully as great. I HAGAR &Co., are Ag-ents for the sale of
Two thousand It is business collect the of the Smith and Rust Pnnl'.ns; Presrci, whhh they canfnrni.li
not denied. The. Matement of IJcnja nin: .:tor two dav'hard ligblitig. nobody's to names s
\r..rl}, estimate a few years since, nf the ra- nll'ths artillery and equipage those who have died within a few days pajt, and : ;o their cus.omcrs ar the manufactures' prie s. .
hairrs., i. not C'ontro'rtedhat of fiilhert: pr.: .n-is. camp I Chases Cases, compnSlnl- Sticks Ink, and ar- '
therefore every
it is done. We have thrown
1ii1tt [It/llt', i is altcmpled to be evaded by nil allegation that taken the arim of! the eueny cirirely disperse of not together i tide used in the Printin Buiness: kept on sal!,: and i
such the
names as have accidentally: come to I
from and the .. written other i \I. !J'liiy f'l'n 1 UtUO strong. )ur force I furnished on short notice. Old type taking in exchanrft& .
< i'be i ni'Mi' pre.-erves us wa-tinjr state. cut was by some prr- : our knowledge, in the following list, which embraces fir new at 9 cents roumi. .

de.trItn) '""'t* JnntlnT. I If 1)1 n-servcs relations son, which if a valid objection would '*quallj only 71'jO.: .. c enemy's loss in killed and a f few very respectable names : Mrs. France, II N. B. News"taper per Proprietors who jive! the a \\8 .

:>i | c.iv among i'otiimuiiituuh.ch. if apply to his pro.ldinaTi'.n, .hn-b was wntlcnb I wounded I K iincu:i-e. \Ve have iwll red aLo, wife; of John France ; Mrs. Bell, wife of John: B. three insertions w.H be entitled to fire dollar*.in suck ,j .

I I bnim inl". >parutes nations, v. ould be arjnnjajlHnsi l _\ a dc-puty surveyorAir.. Fatio uho>e testimony but not oc\'effh.: ; Boil ; Esias T ravers ; J. H. Dodson ; Alex. Burch; I' articles as they may select from our SPf'c''I'n. I
"
i '.t another in .Ila'l:;.\L, MCUfiLLSS the governor wi>he> to iiualidat'- Yesterday they attacked the whole south !I, Mrs. Roberts, (t formerly! Doye! ;) William Gordin; .' F. t'fllT&'V.uV.4 \..
l\ !1Q32 =;> WV FAn.\R '
William Doriim Widow Stockwell William Edward. ;
AND RLi.NOUSAll.. 'it Illllcrd COIItiii the ground that he dots not utiderstarul, ei-gHsli. hank of thr J IOMIO, and kept up[ a constant !. ; ; 4
I William Michael A. Dunns .
Btrckhead
! l 'ite' tu InJf defence against fiuviLn btiiles, is the son of a j i/nti-b ollicc-r who rcm.iinod m .I fire all day ; hut \ u beat: them off with the -; ; ; ; A *. .Y'f-T I. "-1' .Yts: \LF.i'l! t rr f"lrt 'it f'F
; and IS colored persons. I :: 'av !2'h ,lv of Vfnhor the .
nexf.
of the a
The whole TPS :
(. buisu.luior: : IT r.Ei'ENDb vs FKOM <).NF.. ANO- j east Florida' after the change oi government, sehooners and un boats. We are sorry to complain or hear scandalous : .Jf'n/O, "f Fn.dl'ric-k Simnsion; deceased. The proiaI i?'

tHEft 01 oi'ieiv' .'sf loaf that klommrifvlvs j7Ld t' and who is well known to the jioveinor, and regular arm is at Y alona, and to-dav advan- negligence in those who: carry out for burial deceased l proof rty of tr" deceTsrd. consisting of stork, fannin, ":
o
Liinfin .. *flll'I IS, A SVDDKKJ }. UE l 4 wbostcapncity: to write or speak cngb.b is CPs on the road to Coimbia to attack it, where j))or persons. It is said to have occurred, ut'n.t, hon .'hold,and kitchen furniture, &c. Term? 41

l.N HAS f n.H 1'EK.N A\ UITT.N, 'Ill!./
[ c : fftriigs of Hits conn/, should we dituScowttts I r would be impl ,:ihlc! lor 1lI"to g through The Poitugnovc regiment- fight very collins in ;: cart at full trot to the public ground !h- ?iven. all Slim\RY iirdf SIMPSON tf"* 'm' unt, .i'lministrr'rty.case.V ) .

: iittn stparcle cottimu itits. % c fe.tr all th< .se cva.-ions without recapitulating! the bravely. Two regiments of cavalry, and two on .Seventh-street, set apart fir a burial ground Sept. 25th32. r 3wS'tpirior

ifii: ,urcouti.. :i 1"(' 01 ...Uuinn, votnd ue i cbar e-, and evidence to hich, 1 bog Il'ato or three of infantry( are confidently reported ;. and tumbled them out into the field, leaving them -- j
I I to lie there unburied all night and of next
part
court. MiWe i.itrict .
Ltmi
LioKtj( int. JIB iiuii lies tiu-h \\\osi; ohcrtlitu t IIecr-I: wail notice one mol e inst"'lwf'ov. to bav deserted Miguel, and commenced day.: Tnis should be looked into by the municipal 1'ASTTINGTON.. k Ca'ty..IOTIN I

\ ar<:- one unotln Mi: ulury: fierce and :' einor -uval allowed to ;l. t rupper[ $2.l5 p .r I I their march tip to join us. I. authorities.-[Intel.t'LTIMATC JOHN C. ,\ AoHl\GT >. I ,

w'pl.liaLIC' entities." busht:!, ;or corn, \\hit h cost at IVjisacola 75 ..Theliguelite licet was to hve: come out I ,. v-c : > T'I .l"umps-it. 1

c Mit>-Freight i- about 12 1-2- rupper bai I ye-terday, hut it appears they will not. Admiral EFFECT OF STEAM CONVEYANCE. 'TTl\VI HASETNS.& I IT I

: [FOR THE FLORIDIAX.] never rtrccivrn $2,5,JO, of his money-This i ;>artorius is blockading Lisbon, and] we There seems little doubt that steam carriages' Jv(HX P.RirFT AV \ : ''v<"TOX 1 '
);o. II. Burch Governor hear that two of the forts at the mouth of theTa"Us .. '& )1 -
and
is ;
a m-iiter b'-tw-en apt. and rail roads it!, in les.- than fifty .sears, fl5rTTsrrvR1rT-T.! 1 Iq

TO rfUELki.; I itl\11-1 huies: offered to furnish at ono I I O ale deserted. We have niscd here abovc have cntirelv lip cded 'the present mean- I II !i V f t .Jtsswnpsit.Tr' .

ThecljiU'Il a i'ii oi: tiud.ut, .:_ \\l..lipf'rsto- !I doiias: -(iarev. inlor-oed the governor it could I 3000 recruits and volunteers who are I of conveyance. Tin obviouconsequent :I i. T T' T JY" KIXS.k: (( 1 '

iiVaaurK8! xd l,' u.e ;.ell c r.l ti.e L Utc MAtrS, hi j i be funiKhed for &0 cenb-Ilc alloued his! i. now being trained. Stores, arms, and every Ii.j the} gi eater rapidity[ of travelling, awell ngnater "V.;-T'R.JT;:' .. J *1" insMMitlon of this I ITr'

,>ply! to lit tleliiueuf! viov. Duv.iluil! tuvuid iuk creditor $J,25, and the rca>on gt"en ior it is thing are in abundance ; and if this <:combined I I sprtirity ; but there are others of aniii.pOrtaflt l'1 ..J.f"' .n.,..ev! js-ii-s.Divert op thi or day"', hv 'h' i K;un a tufc.,ahlr, an u icuntroxtrta:,ie docu:.,ent,- It aLcDt 1 false lie the others movement vvhii-b, is now about to take place I .
) a specioubut a one- says i character. The diminution 01 tb,- ; writor T'-.oT.ni 'nt ecin.. r "lrmMn! :r> Orfobcr ,! q
UllJin, the 111'!rlrUt:, titid I tn.uu: :fiimcut, in the i would not deliver it in t.f -.CltlOn-Crup- proves succes.-f, the cause gained.. I cost oi 4-arnagc(' will equalize the value of land :! term. 1 S32. ,.f -.nM' v>i>r', t '

tLCOt U vtifsnjj .. jacetul .0 hili'; and his su, porters per delivered it at ';I'aiupa Iiv, 80 nulcs from I From the *\Iessager des Clttcs. uid it* produce in every part of the country : :I -hI"flO t i\UI\ .A u Is '' s.-ile" fur (ilUu'al, unfc II J. F. ponTH, S
l.ciscaljiis 10 ail l:>rouial)lc fceuiigs, tJ permitKchad lh agencv the bawling wa 75 cuts more as (Telegraphic Ucspakh.YO .) no "iic Vtl! go in to \\ate> for economy, lot I Ipri. ,i < 'opfIhpr 1st-; r P1 5 W' I ,

.. I understand, makm-i for its delivery at the .\ XL. Julv 27 four o'clock in ihrafternoon. > '-., will! hi alow at Hampstead.[ i he : ( ;
)rumen! three dollars buslitl-i law [leys old I considered to have market extending ;'pRLI( \LE.-Thcl'cfl1aindno: the furni't'r" I
tirtd aueuc) per .-Nine atalltons of FJon Pedro capitil is a '
: "nh J, (firnijition, an,. absolute false- ; LACPAMAV will! e rflVred at pMion ;,
b. s-tor where Gary or Cbatrrs would have delivered of which have been formed m a circle round it, whose radius i is iron \;
rtd and the u it,_'m! pledges himsdf to jiroc u b if one are veterans i :: :; -n ( ,1 tIJ'"Y the Is d.ty ofO'tner next.-The 'i '
requh-cd to d.>s., jy t.Il' r the :"\'cruolr or Uie S ua'e. it, i i- much near<.r to the agency, and at Oporto ; 3,600 troops of Don Pedro ou I fifty toixty mile.- The circle will be multipli !- sale:: will !he continued from .11,.to fla,". nnt;! 'he whold 1

Gov. Durat 111.I eun.eiu. huuscll, l jMrhap, by tluiikiasihathe to the Indian settlements. the I Oth carried the positions of the troop< ol <*d in som directions seven-fold so tb.it i is disd J ot: C.\-m(. '""iIi.1..S.7JLLT.\' ,

has 4atis.\L-d the i>r<;s dcut ud a majority It i> m vain to hunt up statements of what Don Miguel. A hattallion of the latter went I' U tn: will cease to be a curse. Treasures will I E. i

.Hw Senate by uu iiuriguc- hi'I cit and iriuuJs, corn sold for at St. \larks-a very great scarcity over to the former, and marched upon Azu-; I ftart up under the feet of some 1lI( n. A I ..TalK1!< c, September 2JG. :DENNISON.6rd*. J

wthe never can oc abu- to satisfy the people of Flanmhathe at that port, where numerous settlers were rand with them. This column has nine pie- !I. fishery that was not worth three pounds may1 I I' "H.-\YEDfrom------. -- ---"-faJ- -::;nTflvlor'- -. "t

has put>Ued in this in.xuer, a fctrau fJr- coining in, is no justification, when the article ces (jt artillery. I become worth three thousand. In stuam Conveyance ,: in Leon county,Florida,on the 19thin 1

.,Uiti reaiily <'OUI'5Vrn. '\'Y All was selling: loijijly cents at New-Orleans) and 44 On the same day a column of 2,400 men the salty of the passengers is thc onl.\ ,'d' .-t.-two horses ; the one a gray,with ; I I

; (JlmiloMon, and when v rupper purchased at belonging to Don Pedro, marched upon Bra- limit of sppr.d."har then will be the rate of I, long switch tail some marks rn his :j'

WASHINGTON, ;March 29th 1832. stvutly-Jire at l-1-eiisacola The gov. makesa ga which it entered on the 13th. It was rein- travelling for a cargo that runs no ri>k 1r e I riin ) paVcVdeliirhtfiilly,-the other, a bright sorrel, :'
; SIR :-l have a>aj the d fence hich the of Durchs mackerel from in ho with'two or three white fret a sore on his ha k. A -
vv hy tni-trry of erasure Captain forced by the con-titutionalists on its march. may expect Brighton an r. liberal reward will be 5iv..n on their delivery to ho 1
the** 'tr( (( tlou ol'me committee, you did me name-llr did not wish his name used or re- 1'hiscolurnn has no artillery. the car returning with a load of sugar, salt or ; subscriber, rr to Maj. J.'TavI1"' .

honour ttJ cxbilut tit me, of 'Wniiam t*. feru'd to, and as bis agency had nothing to do "Pout?- e-lima was occupied on the 7th slate, in he same time. Farmer, who are I Sept. 25th. 1 332. 5tf !. WIS.P.: TAYLOR. f HTHE
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,. bAl: lo the dwt;'s against him. with Governor Dnval's guilt or innocence, I by 500 Don Pedro's men. Numbers of Por- the most timid of good people, and about the If '

I Ittgrtt to *-eo that ovenioi iJuval) in hii run my pen across hi- name so that the statement t' junse emigrants had arrived at Tay, in most short-sighted, cry iut that horses will ACAItD. ,

Dillon, 4& weJl as in this hole! pro( ,*d. ihoulo only show the agency of Gover- Gallicia. cease, this is very doubtful-they may he III Subscriiiers I liavit: prciazcd the Ktock nf ,

L .,J'"!lIS t., ini.-takc his po :Hum, and in toad i nor LJuval, without introducing unnecessarily) .'It is believed that troops of Don Pedro I still greater demand ; but should draught be I : and Warehloir'Tayfor & Kiln, have I

*: c(:tininghiaiM-i, to th.. charges ol ollicia.pril' 1 otbri names against then con-ent. It is very will occupy Lisbon on the 1 18th. wanted, and more wheat may be grown for : ,-cmrr.enced the DRY GOOD5. GRC'FRY, and

IIJl1Condut da ned I by the pl'(; >lo of i Ion- evident that the government and Indians have hit is said that Don Miguel is already in men, or more turnips for sheep.---New-Mon.( COMMISSION BUSINESS.In I

bl plan:s ium ,'II'III tin. altitude ol au actuh't.er been uefrnii'letout of one hundred and fifty retreat upon tspain. Magazine. addition to their present commodious buildingv

..'! iiKiulgi-.s i, gross assaults upon al pcr cent, of what was intended for them, and 1'his news is dated the 18th, from Vigo they arc about to erect sheds and houses tor the reception !

I tth-r parties or vitncsses. I beji.v r thai a creditor of the governor was the per- in Gallicia. Abse.ce of J\lind.;\ -A ludicrous example of of completed Cotton, Goods by ,the%-c.15th for Storage Sept. ,They their respectfully buildingswill

dt1vl".t t a uord" ll d teifre of my own V011briiiging .on benefited, and that be himself states lit BERLIN, July 9.-On the 28th ult.) a this kind of absurdity is told of Mr. K-, a..' solicit a share public patronage, and p'edge themselves -

1hie siitj f'( ts iM.-iore the Sewero has never received the precise sum the governor number deserters from the llussian courtier in the reign of George III. This to a strict performance all commissions entrusted

t1e. .t,..Ige. pti-fcrifd against' tin I owed him. great personage who is said to have been the most to their care.
who had fought in the ranks of the Poles, PEACHY & MAC KINDER.
gQHroor, In a"spt'tahic W"U'ouch'ed tilr L\! if John t'hagan i is still in the city I ask the I army absent man in the three kingdoms, went one
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to GAMBLE
under escort COL. JOHN
alt J passed througn Koenigsberg, REFER TO
\\1'IW' 7 o, '' kind it rePcrllul! request L favour of the committee to have him summon the Prussian fortresses t where they are to be birth night to white's coft( -house, St. James', JUDGE RANDAL }Jefferson.

:e "i' the 1'ivMdeiii to order an inve.tieap .. cd, and allow me to examine him-I believ laborers the works. Were l full dressed except his stockings, which he Col.H. \V. BRADE."If. .

U N ret]"<' .t had bc,-n granted hy tbttk'd < if he is required to state the whole troth b(:: employed they delivered as up to Russia upon they would all be had forgotten, as he accidentally discovered, GEORGE JAMES LORIMORE LORIMORE! } .

nt agan6t, the otlector| 'ot :Aunalachi. will prove nearly all these facts. Upon the: shot. Accounts from Poland state that there in consequence of spilling some hot coffee I COL. .RRA.DEN, I Gadsden. !

kiean the i'"uiaii i agent, two friend of th< subject of his testimony, I beg to refer to th(- has been a contest at Plock between the Pole upon his leg, ; he immediately sent the waiter i J J. ADAMS, Talladasse ,

oIhi4 mmlgtrc1hon, aud although] the report: letter (. ol. Humphries. who were being taken into Russia and thetroops to bring him a pair of white silk stockings, S', Marks, July 10, tr 33 46 tf ;

> 0u tLeiit \\ert in tbtir favour, boil I The whole statement of the governor in regard that escorted them, when were expressing his astonishment of, at the inadvertence -: New-Store in Quincv. J
many
er
rtO O'ed'Irom contradicted the afli,. he had committed and congratulating -,
election
ffi'c.. The request wa: to my is by has in ,
called ou both sides. The goverment I Subscripts: oeg leave to inform the citizens
lCteder,Uuieaonablti.l nor uuus.ua!, had beei I davits filed-lie admits that he removed th<'. decided making these himself on having so fortunately found it THE County and its vicinity that they har'

aiom other CASs where alledgedpublii.:; returns to the office of my greatest personaland consequence transfers of Poles only in upon very small bodies. out. The stockings being brought to him, he opened a store in this place, where will always be

ffloUt..Uencles were, not prelected by executiv political enemies, for safety f The orders from Russia as to the treatment put them both on one leg, and went to court. found a good DRY-GOODS assortment of, GROCERIES Seasonable Goods such ay ,

1 deny 1 have the honour to be, of the Poles, become daiy! more and more HARDWARE, C17TLERY,
Tour obedient servant Canal from the JVt7e to the Red Sea.-According -
td 1hes "ntquivoi-ally that I ever cncourag- severe Lithuania i.s not yet completely pacified CROCKERIES fy GLASS-WARE,
e charge against G vernor Duval, am80UICO (j JOSEPH WHITE, Piince Zaba and Capt. Koss still overrun the to the estimates made by some distinguished SADDLES, BRIDLES; &c. &c.
'I, a French the whole elxpense The whole of whi.h will be soldas cheap as they
Ol! llARCY.Transportation engineers,
"unification Mr.
and Hon. is said that the
,' regret I lands of Bialowitz and it on
III from Navigation.
te be thIs far They in-
tiau: f of canal which should connect the A- an purchased
II. pleasure, that they were sent tc< 20th May they had still with them seven thou-- a deep vile their friends and the public generally .to call and ,
-aDd rr their 61() rabic with the Nile and the Mediterranean
Drullkard8.--About
solicit
TO1ije presentation could have beci of sand men, and even some cannon. gulf judge for themselves. They respectfully a share -
C0n8lsteotly with a sense of duty, i t men and 40 females, from the streets and th< VIENNA ) 10.-T decision of the make Africa an inland, and shorten the voy- of the public patronage. TAYLOR & KLEIN.. ;
.1_ud. have been doue. Being :I Houses of Correction, have been conveyed t<; July age from Marseilles to Bombay one half, ould Quincy, April 3d. 1832 n33 ti
presented, Paris Court of Cassation, whereby the competency N. B. The storage and COMMISSION" Bl'ffESS
\'red ,A dibposittogIlo avoid the Fort Warren, a fine healty situation, vvher( not exceed 700,0001.MARRIEDOn usual St. Mark
'n4 scrutiny, of the Courts-Martial was denied, has will. be carried on as at .
'Pltb pprell the c'vijence usefullyemploved) in fitting up the bar. T. &. K. -
on the pail of thaud e they are sensation here. The -S
itient produced a powerful
the House of Correction. The mei) W1n1l itm. .
the governor. 1 i0ssted UpOi,,I lacks for a funds fell considerable on the arrival of the: -"
PPOI Dmm of uu ag..nt to receive in.refu8td ..t ire set to work, as soon as they can stagge;r unfavorable Qt. n'll1e. .
eidenee it on sign I
news, as was thought Quinine just rtt
Pelletier's .
it 6 f OUNCES .
"as of bricks aid have a plenty
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unless I would be_ under a load 9O .
,cDtte to see the highest Court Justice in France 1 ceived from New York,for sale low.
';'kIed responsihile Uuli Ior the 'har'es I .con_ good food and water. Every drunkard wit) in direct opposition with the proceedings of the. E. SEIXA8, *. -

a1 1 f\ar 11 device, or aP'eal to my person- lowcs his senses in reeling from,a grog sho|) Government. HI tf TrugistJiisznOia.: '.-.
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1r"'D : get l'learo1 the investigation.Preve I will find himself when he awakes up carrying .'<.
( ToPlanters.
rdetl be ted m that and de. a brick hod at Fort Warren.Boston paper. A D511.N IS1-1tATU1.' jSOi'lCH.-Ail person; .
is way demands the estate of James Ban S..AiJ.Ie--4'CuPl Boilers
Ih\'t-il 13having against r
/ ed ; llon myself bich wa FOR ,
,
: understaud that Com. nister, are required to present 'hern dalvauthenticated l and '
We Skimmer Sctxipc.v.
f 'i3te 0 i."t'f JVaral Cluinge. tinning the 20lh inst Copper Dippers
) d.an has a reluctanc: within the time prescribed bylaw.-All persou in. Thursday
IHfI" Portsmouth btaUonin 'I B WILSONof reduced prices,-Alwf 10 pair Horse Mill Stones -.- _
Mr. SAMUEL
to' "itliut public Crane takes the roon debted to the estate are requested to make immediatepayment. : -by the RCT. Janet Wilson,
authority or CI.UI 1 I-
Itori EMORY
races8. West Indiistatioty il GaduJert 1 ordered to the NEDHAM DUDLY, Adm'tor. county, -
t44 came lo.this cft.and ask;. (jf 'in. iie;!ley AKy 15,1833_ 99 S tlY .
tfl e bead Auultor Tejlahassee, September 25th 18oa2.. 68vr I Pope Es9ri, of Fayette CQ''ltl. : a. .) .
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N ES\? publications and standard t wfrVs just rcrt:1f. | HENRY BOND,Offers for sale COTTON I AMERICAN HOTEL. IGHLY IMPORTANT TO

cd and for sale by JOHN BALDWIN, opposite made by Mr. John Schly! of Louisville, "--The subscriber offers FARn1!

E. B. Perkins' drug store. Ga., from 35 to 50 saws-AUo, 2 Alexander) Florida l ands. consisting of 33TjI

AlI mbra, 2 o1s. by the author of the Skctch-Boolt, ; the above Gins "ill be sold on reasonable termsat S on In Range I, v.est .jSgSSJ

Swallow-Ihin, 2 vols. 6 months for good security. m Leon County, Territory of Flor'i A *

The False Step, 2 vols. Cotton Bagging: Scotch and Kentucky, are not surpassed any In the Te .ttory. .est fa3
Adventures of Younger Son, 2 vol. *. Ky. Bale Rope and Twine, rich soil, excelled aid u poj '
The forsaken 2 vols. Sugar Boilers ().small sizes. but, most nbttantial end toned oS 1l rf/0rM "'? U

The Sister's Budget, 2 \'I s. 400 Sacks bl iwn and ground Liverpool Salt, tJS "tTNUM They touch the Lake on both sides 'r lamln, .
1. 1
The Ambitious Student, 50 Do. Coarse Alum, Fa 1 pard who owns land in a neck between .

Evidence of Prophecy: Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. Lake. The subscriber deems i it thert 1114" J
A Whis-per to a Newlyarnicd Pair. Tallahassee, sept. 19, 1632. 5tf. THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, to speak in commendation of these entirely unnet
Seven Ages, "by Dr. Evans, the public generally, that he.ha rented the w.clknown( tocvcryentcrpriingman lands a the7 efl
The LifiTof ifkliiTe i Superior Court, Middle District of Florida, for the !ar';e commodious building on the W e side of the 'I of Tallahassee. in e

MADE and :wholesale and Rc- Tum r's Sacred) History of the WorlJ! Jaunty of Gadsdcn Capitol Square, formerly occupied as at ern by John Persons wishing to purchase can know )

Frederick county, Md. by C llerttun, Female Sovereign's, 2 vr-Is. -. M. NICHOLSON, ) D oss-ier. The House having underg ca thorough: t br8 necessary to be had, hy addrcssnlP th t hent
I be ( Boarders and 0 e luh 'r
concerned in the Patent with Dr. Judkins. Pitcarn's Island and Otahcilc, VS : nop.lirnll y.forthcrercptwrc l\Iontomcry, Al:1bama.

The abo\e Ointment is otr red to the public as agate Nautical Reminiscence, C.?.E.&H.J.SIir.LTON. Visitors on the 13th inst. STEPHEN W II .
and certain remedy for those obstinate[ diseases, Essay on Calcareous manures, THE defendant will take notice that the! above ruse I JOHN W. REAVES. a. lst 25th I S32. 4\RRI,

some of which have so long baffled the skill of medical The Mother's Book, commenced l-y I process of Att.-chniciit re- j I tt
HC Mcdicjl .urnable the l said Court. J. G.& N HAiLE
soience.1st rau's Juiisprr.dencr, to hut May term of Bloufs Steel 8awSubscriber

White Swellings of every description.2d Heman, Hcbcr, and Pollock's Works, R. K. CALL, .AVEjtist received by Jute arrvalsfrorn Cotton Gi.
Smith's Grammar of Botany, riff's Att'y. _
Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing.i ork.
>d Schirrusor Glandular 'Tumours particularly 'V cbstcr5' Speeches, S<-pt. IS, 1S3*. ;tf.r' -- cw- 'IIIE has flll\lSSOrt; .

which oftentimes Jacksoiis' principles of Medicine: Blount's best Stell rnent a
lho.c hardened: tumours in women's breasts Saw Cotton 6
1 T IC E.--1 do hereby forwarnany oi! or >crI -
|l'cr }
terminate iu ulcerated cancers. Domestic manners cf Americans, by Mir.Trok sizes, from 30 to 71 Saws, which Villbesold"a
son from haibourinsr, trodinir, or dealinj: in any shoes_.iu
with 2000 Pair Nejrro Brfg-jn1, l
4th Felons, or what some people know by the name lope, plates, '2,25 per saw on a Credit until the first
ii whatever wife Ann Fuller Try
with dav
as
The Unique, v.ith Portralttemoirsof niy Maty 500 Pieces: Negio Cotton Fnstains, next 0 UQa.
to good responsible
of
description.5th purchasers.
of Catarrbs, every :bl th" Dutchess D'ALrantls, s he has lea; my dwelling for no provocation whatever. 500 Do. do. Wolltn Cloth and Satinetts, Cc
Pains of the
Khcumatic joint BENJA3IX
Gth Sprains and Braises of every description or in Dewees 3Iidwifcry.MilrightsGuide: 1 Illh l3FOR Z. FULLER.September 42w: 100 1UO Do.Do. Rose do.& Dufille Point Blankets do., Magnolia, May 22, 1S32. 41 tf Bn D. ftc

situate,
whatever?th Tetters pail of all kind In tliiscomptaint. the patient Leinprieres1 Clasical Dictionary, RENT.-The I'lrge and corrimodif, I iwo 20 Baler! Domestic i .Sheetings & Shirting, &c Attachn eT -

in applying the Ointment. must keep the part Buck's Theological Dictionary, framed l.uiMiiitr on the east side of the capi- I 1.1 Dozrn Wool Hats, Green .(" vs.lien .
Pieces 1 fg LE
50'J Plaid Domestic *
Cholera S'ripeic .
Dcfe
of ,
History '
out of waterSili t al square. It ib in exeelle-m n'pair and w dl : '!ulatt-o! Chaircs Executor and I
affected fro t. Robin on Crusoe, for For the 150; Do. Scotch Bag. inir, Bttj j tl\\ suit "'u
Chilblains, or parts by private or public uc. tt'rrns e ppy on pre- : s> Floyd, Executrix of Dar.'tce '
Workwoman's -:: .4.O.::::- y 1 that
:
: Companion
for Burns and miss.
remedies HENRY PENNY
of the best apP
I
It is also
one
Scalds. It cases the pain and draws the fire out in a Cabinet lievcy'; Meditations, 11 vols.Encyclopedia l'a I lthias-ee, Feptrml-er 1 1 Ilh t 1832. 4lfCAUTION. From K e'J'J rica 1 i<, by the Schooner i'I S.MS Lien FlnyJ ami, deceaed! EHzr.bclt., Jomcs Linn, \ pcnf1r W II he made Com, to.L e .
l.ncyclopedia, r
bhort time. NATIVE I hlc Fli/.tbclh: : Floyd, Cha I.Cour.tvat
Americana 10 h'lE!
Glandular thcnettj.
nnd
For lufluined Women's Breasts, !
Villige Sermons, 150 Bbls.! WIlIbKEY, Flop, LtohertFloydGa1ri- : nn ti f
Swellings, it is superior to any rredicine }ct known to Subscriber will not amount from
dFl.nlTma Dais
C.
Arabian Nights THE pay any 50 i( Half; do. old! l eI! '. Ia a1argage D
( teilb
than mercurialof ,
is much safer J
the medical faculty It date, tjnliLS contracted by himself! or a written & Mifo U. Davis: sole-hc.rs I j vi: Fk.d,
Btll Baths 01) IJI.U Surrt1i.-New FLOUR 1M.
1 Wheat t
because it does on i lIenry
any prepartion of that material,) JHV'S Evening Excrcief ) .dl'l'V 1. B. M'CALL. I0i Coil b'ALEROPE 1 I and repre entatlves of Da\"JI.Bracken.h.|
not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to Tall.tItsseC', au:"st I 1832 51 3m 1- deceased.! 0lI. the
royal
opes' \V mks, 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, j \1 cs: L l (r"the ;.... S

.cold.This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand Cox Dispensatory, L 10,000) Lhs. Middlings & ?houl I:* rs-tf.JC'O.V, I wc !' uarter section nine, town.hip ftc it
ing. Where it i id impossible or imprudent to heal the \"a\eily Novels, 48 vol. NOTICE. 5 lihd-s. Canvassed//, j south t>nd east, and the east halt: of the SoJ.e p
Pelt Pa i ley's tale soitcd 50' Boxes & best Richmond TOE.1CCO quarter oecticn: eisrh, t'.wrjilup cr.e,
in of the bone becoming Kegs i\ range cne s, i
uernal sore, consequence of the caries Orators fiiutle, A LL persons indebted to the estate of ihe late Bent 20 I) Do, Porter and .1LE, I\111I1\t!' east, aaid !aiul Jyiaic in the County of Lto l ]
can-us or rot eu. it will btoplhe progress .. ]jiiIifl Taylor, for puichascs of Books See. at hi-- I Territory Floriaa. GLO. WALKER .' 1
Hannah :lol'rs01 I PMV
the of- ks, 2 \ob'l 10 Dozen Collins' & Cos. JXLS,
increase the quantity of the discharge! remote Federalist, a.R-lit'ii.I) will, without tI h lay mikc; payment to AUiM>. : 100 as SHOT. I 3Iiy2:_' 1 e3lotott.t.tLr .11.\
.
fensite tmcll), and case the pain.It .
Luukerinan & Craig of 'l'nllahl--'Ct' I :
\Vii t's Life of Patrick
Henry
cures the worst Felons or \\ il1tloon an application '\ 1-i
JN .
O. TAYLOR Ailm'r. l.o :
UlcllJJ.tchior'Ot, FOR S.lLE. I *- < i-a a.v4i4j j
of 48 LjourLfiheumatisins
Moral 1 ) tales 3 veils.Bouncnnes aug. 1, 1832.: 50-tf. A LAUGE and
,
becomea IV.N!
w.iich have Mood so long a.i to @ Whiskey, .L complete asso.iin'flt .
systematic disorder requires medicine to betaken inwardly NapoleonTiaxerse :3.3" Ert-s-li S. F. Flour, ** of Fresh Drills and Mrdicinrs. .
For tifilc ,justrtr .rvtd
on
to remove them entirely. But in most common Tables, Consignment.Sacks 2 j Bags Coffee, 1 i'rom New \ ..ik aiisl .L"Baltimore sale, \tholela'

cases by applying this Ointment.externally as directed Domestic Crokery, 20 200 Corn. ai.d rc.tail. Country Merchants andPracti J

it will give relief And even in old people, who* Book ot Arts, COFFEE, Just received from New-Orleans. plied! In the most aeceninicdc-tin: (CrrnsED onerssu*,

pains have been of longer standing, it will case the .tlurcs I 1ilelodits. 10' Bari.-UlIU.AI 1 E. SEIXAS. \". SEIXAS

Common Place Bool:, iiO Boxes Marseilles C Lire 1, .Ma'r.ollv. .." 29, 41 tf Druggist, .Magnolia

I pain.To sea captains nnd masters of vessels this ointment Gummcrrs Suricyin*, I 10 Cnler, \1"y2. 41 tf 3. S

\ must be very valuable in winter on our coat it being Turners P.Hi Unixotte Ch':11I ''r, 2 Casks Brown Stout. J. G. & N. Hamlen I 11 1 ,
I ufl'ected J. W. KLEIN. 1SSOLUTION.-Ihe
very certain in its etlectn on Chilblains or parts COpatt
all climates Prince, vM I lie Vii'C, St. Marks, Jllly 20, IS32 .1: tf
iu
with frost it likewise preserves its qualities i iVjip: r.f T.ll'liOR 4- KLELBirtoydb.,

ProdoceV" Pronmhcy. I fH ? \.d: by nititnal consent. 'f J.e business of theffmmust
the value of thisinost Houi i il'ull tire, Lc settled .
A large mass of testimony proxing Life of PnnlJonrsJoliKmirlio .1- J ,; 0" : umTLwiatdr.I
will be hewn to those who
excellent medicine L. P.TAYLOR
F ( View d J I he \\"rH.! 1 : I
\further information on application to Dr Hers- \\t i J.W.KLEI.V.1
\\ '1 a:1! .-- of a i! ramltatlij r, OIiS : lave just received E and offer for Sale. r
Urns or to am' of his authorized a cutl'1. : ?t. Mark, aug. 7, I 1531 o2 tfWlTILLJAiM
'rile above"medicine fold by special appointment ofllie NiJioh-viis i Upcratickdlali..-, 2 vol*._ tJ ; llrJ ,.' Rmrl: FRESH! FLOUU, 1

patentee and wairanted penuiiie.} Ameiican FI mer oanlui, >:nctrv! tDu 3.ACI S COFFEi:, I' L. IIASKINS will

I L: B. I'KUKINS. DIIVGCIST. LJ $1 UJD i %f5? .'.' i 50 n.trrds Prime and 3Irts PORK, I: atitcnd luanyI 1.: i
Mnc.
! Tallahassee, February 21th k31 1, t 7lf. Chitty on Comivn lto, G005J LI'*. Bacon (mid Miiv's, shoulders and I faahluII: sintIicctyoiNLwY(>uami
Whcaton'sSctvyn, i vols. luclion $ C'oiinn lSiOfl BUS/li CSS. !am?,) promptly y execute any Ccmniisien
Ill'l LV Y ull UHiA'.MAIi: Toiler on Executions, I : SfUKciiiBEU ba\ina' 100 Barrels NEW RUM, fntru t'\1 l to iiim: by hi:* lends in Florida, ac J the pub.
r : ; bcoiiiij lie getieraPy.NcwY.k.
excruciating pain-thedeciepiiudu' and defor '1 idtl's Practice, 2 vols. I THE:: Fa\eJto 23 American;I N, July 1532.: 52 tf
TiIK and the premature old age, which arc the Chilly's Bl.ickbU: 2 volji ( At'CTIOXr.r.R fjr r.nn't 20 OLD \HI KEY,
I Usual attendants of "ohe dij-oidtr. are suffered by main Wcnivrcrths Eiecntois, / nOcr J.i i-t 'en ices to thy Public: in the Auciiun ,\ Cuts lot: pJr-cei Scotch &"xK'>ntuikvBa2m2p: OTICE. The

from despair of a cure, or disappointment ill the ctlica- Ilory'b Law of Bailment, rIIio.ioiI luinc-s.; 20 Ke!? best Richmond TOBACCO," Ii I|f I N undeRuneil! !

, cy of the numerous pretended antidotes to ellect this Riuheriordo Insiiaitc, He ptfilgj's hiin clf to pay stiict attention! to all! '* 20 B, x.-; ., do. do. I Ihrrwl:1 } ; uppoinlcd act-nt and aUorrcy in fixfii for j

: purpose. But those \\ho have made a fair trial of Condcn&cd Reports of the Supreme; Cotirf, sincss tntiu orotlirr Sal(5 in the r of Charles : .
County.IIi V.'iiliamson rr.J-: inti-nsittl \uTI the
jl DU. EBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT, Condensed'Here's: English byno1ii Chanct-iy i'l tC'l'UltsJ 3 \vls.Monle I i.. ollie-e i i. iu tile Town of Ocliescc, where \\\c n.t.. H Bond I I I of tf.eir! lands ia Florida. All person are firwarned ore l
tl inc Gf and of the most erere :at all times l hc found.
, even cs tong standing : C Ciud's! Pleadings, I.f fror.i Cf'iauii'.tiiigwabtecn the same, ant! those ilfsirir.g -* I
j character, have received certain relief, and many ha\c llovoiideu; on Frantic 2 in one.Stackic JOS R, BUTTONTO Mas just rocc-iveil per late arrivals i to rent may. do so ca applicatioa to the spbscrlLtr. I
! liocn cured in a few days, some in 24 hours! as u niiml on Evidence ,3 v.'ls.Rot.ccfcfn AugutO, le.J1 8VJ 100 i Ms.! New York and Western Flour, .1. THOMAS BALTZELL
l LJpr of in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly .' Wcbbville
persons Evidence | jC carr() Prime alIt Mess Pork, February Mth 1S32. 2Gif
' afflicted with nh umatllC1. base testi ( )1E .E 1). !
\ ? \erv fully # : 00 Coils Bale -J
; fc-terns W ork?, Ky. Hope, .
I fied. Ceitilicates are in the possession of the Proprietor Potter on S\'bar Con, i be sold by auctionn Mon.liy, ;">th Oct-' Kentucky: il1!, I f DR. JOB" .F 11'LJ. ORE. J
proing the most thorough and surprising cures by ;:*. at the tow nuf O.-l.tace, i the} Ap 01,1't' ;
I Johnsons Works C \01-| IIpfJlI; ; 10 Setts ofsmall r
Sugar Boilers! 23 aoOffalN ESIJECTlULI..YinfcJl11lStheci.i .
ineauiof this LINIMENT' in easeshero I:
powerful River ..
whf it
Buswclis Johnson, 5 \oK < .i re a CMi'it! hoii.-c t'r the county! i>C i "
other approved application bad utterly failed. cite is now building, fim thirty to fitly desirable 1 i- 300 Sjcksoffealt! i|i tiZtP.s of Taliait.isse", atiii its vicinity, that lal

DUMFRIE'S EYE WATER Chieinic.il1anii.u1atiuii Fre olliul,41'.1 I Is. 1.1' I..D-I in thc ail.l; l tll\\ II. Ten-is of sale, one h... LIldOII Porter, Ae! Cider, Old! AVhkkey, :J I: l II.'s located himself in thi-sciiy.

Tor sore or lamed( Eyes, givc immcdjatc ease nr-d riutarchs! "Li.s f't..ll. and I lie rcnruriing; I.alf payable the lirst of Ja>' Fre b Tea, Imperial and H"ufJ, i i I ?;. U. lie iv.ay be I'juuJ at !fl;> office next door t to

iclief. On recent sore eyes, the effect ft most.&lutary. Rollins Ancient Uirtrry I cny lfc3J. JAME.S MILLS. Sperm CaiislestWinter.straineJSpennOII! : .. LJ
f .-Where the complaint has been of years standing, Common Prayer Book in clcmnubiiu'lmj ; and n -.1111'1') .4tilSr! 3Id=. Smoked Beet: Bolona Sausages, I 1 l of Atlanisin-i Callsrreets.Tallahassee .

iind in some exceeding bad cases,the most unexpected I large utsortinmt I f I.mil\', :'lu1I'OI'J..t'I fli.ihi' .clth'lBo 1 : 25 Half brl-s. Ne 1, Mackerel, I I : March 6th lcS-2. I I83m1T.

and dcsira le relief has been found in the use of this k j?, Mis:clliinn.iisuulv*, otnl rSoxtl", nut i I"CI tt1 Auction COJlhfiOll13tt; il1e Spanish[ Scgars, ColTe-e, &c. l\ -

eye w\.ter. alter every other remedy 'had failed. Many in the abu\e cattha.i", all!! 1'!' \\luch! juu ntlerctl f-n- rB"llEl1b criber }havin been Garden Seeds, fresh, estore on the Suvnnnee.a .

persons who hate used i it, pronounce it the best preparation sale on reasonable tui.i'i; he t'li, t"fillr' h IS aLn.received I A it] Lime Juice and Lemon Syrup, ;L 1.1 lJlm trz9

) : icr thcso complaints they have ever met with, a kit of jiilnl j pa'I'! 1 fur; account books, a supply : I"Jintell the auctioneer for L( n county. ( furs L Which tngcthcrwith his former ASSORTMENT'I!j jar ILL open a nevv store at the
tsj.ccially in ca-.es of soreness inflatnntion: of of which he" ill services to public iutlitjauctionatncoirimi-sie'nbiu-i-! : V' 'f
or :long ktll' on ollered low
hand.Jf lIe himstlfto strict on terms to his citstr.iners.CiCUac&TLTRGCS I I Fork of the Suwannce and Withlacochee
steading. Price -J5 cents a Louis. )IIN 1I2tLDIN.ottiu1T ness. pledges pay attention to at. f
None arc genuine unless signed the out side Tt1J iBth business: intrusted to him ; and atlnd efctatc or ot I.. .:r I Rivers about the! first of May next, for the .uroseo(
on : 'a t.'t', Sf'ptpn.t.pr I 1. :i2. 5' w have !btely! received, and I !j receh
and
printed wrapper, by the sole propiietor '1'. KIDDI.Ii! : {, .al.s ill the country. Hi.-.oilicc is in the town of Ma. 1l !Stave on !Sun.I at their stores r.iTalLihaisee and I i; inland rwarding, or purchssirg i cotton
{ !
immediate successor to the late Dr. W. T. Cunway. $ inttuttntt.i' : ; ne>lia, whenhe may at all tii.iea be found. St. Marks, the tl.lll1winf! articles mtrchar.disf., viz I t supplying adjacent cutmryithocds. Tteyin-
::
U-nd erecting a aiuire arid wurc-liouse and a
For sale at his Counting Room, over No99- C.UltI \1.I1'dI13il. ,,3'2. 30tf B. BV-} D. 125 Pieces Cotton Bacrginjr, between running
Foil Boat that point ar.d the town of Ma!noIa >
near Concert Hall, Boston, and also by his she LO Coils B.iIeRof-e,
gods or cotton cither will fcfurwai
purchase at place
ciat Noa.. Sugar Mill 2no Ibs.
appointment by ( Boilins; Twine, [ Jeil by them ala reasonable freight. TheywHIpurchase
E. B. PERKINS. N.HA 'Lr.M: ha\'f fcOOO) Ib.- BdCll Sides: and Ham
'aG. V : jut r.eivcd l a SlJJd".1' ?, cotton, hides, and deer skins and will have ,
Druggist.STORE Perpciirficul.ir! Sugar Mill 1 winch they oiler fei 30 Ids.rl\ and Prime Pork, jl! constantly onband an extensile assortment of goodsof
Tallahassee, March 1831. 2tf credit March Gf: Leaf Lat
suit on n until next. Kegs all
i' : deserii'tions, such as Provisions, Groceries, Hard
July 10, kit; 47 tf 'M; Iorls.illll''I aheh! and common .hi.kcI. I t.itd Ihllow wan.. EnIiIa and American Drf.Good,
5 brls. Baltimore:
CJiii
AGE. \)11 : UlL:J Jamaica New-Orleans S Tin-ware, Drtuis and \Jcc.Hr : cs,Hats, Saddles,Shoes
Rum
TTN addition to his ware-house the RESH I ( ;iUurS.-J'teircrvirid by BriThaccr.onsi. 10h'ls.. i\Iobss 1 =;. Crc.ckcrv March 13th and t.Hass-wal"l'1832. Salt, Iron, Steel, NailS&6 SOd

subscriber has recently erected a spacious building >tiig ol snpeifiiif BnMil C'otc! :, Cassimer.F .- 2'l hris. J ipcri.c Fli.ur,

80 by 28 feet, receiving cotton and jjoodCA11TY.:. TK1IIE;: Tnll.ihassc; JOCKEY CLFB is now oriraiiiM. Cassnir:its, Hats, Boots, H.o ,Si &,.. Cllrlic, \\jjaicc 40 I.iIs. Mtickerel, X I'S. 1 antI ", ,"i'7Wnf_.
o>
TIMOTHY \' 2 -il,-Tin1 oHirris dt'CI"ll fr this year, 1trchAJ. Ruin, Cogniac Brandy, and cnoll. wines, Macker.'illcrrin4 : 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground antI Album Salt, A S I shal! be absent h.! sun months from the Ter

St. Marks, December 27th 1831. I liltf :" IIOMEO) ..EWLS, Presid.vt. I -and many other articles which we wish t. Which together with a jrcr.cral assortment of Gro- ritory, I have appuinted Leslie! A. Thomrsoa
-U-- I K. LEWIS WILLIS, 1st Vler Vrnidtnt. I J'Hl.li..- ill call I an.I examine for l hIn1cel v.s. FrcsDru ceri:", Dry Goods, Hard ware,Crockery ware,Castings Esqr. my substitute as U. S. Attorney the tlJIe

GEORGE S. hAWKINS WILLIS J ALSTON, J-:!Q. 2d Viet Prcri'Ient.CAPT. -,>, and .Medicine. 1). WILLIAMS, &. Co. 1. ',1 assorted, Cast, German, and Blistered: Stccle,- Di>ik-ci of I'lorkla! and ali my attorney in fact and

'fJtEaiid counsellor ai; LAW MaiiannV 'I'l lOS. BllOVv'N, .SVcVy 0.Cr.llrctt'l'. Montirelln I S<'plembcr1th 1 32. 4lf .h'} oiler to their cusmrners and the public at fair at Law. JOILN. CAMPBELL

A.\ (.s-Florida. January Cth I IS31. iti: CAPT. UKMIARD HAY WARD, (. lIrtr. bCfr.ri. cSJrCitit11 -- 'fln' uumi.Nt 2b'lh 1S32. 2lfPURE June I9ih 1S32. 44 if.
The first annual Races will commci- on (hit thirdWodwMlay -

LEON ACADEMY.T in Dercmber next, and continue for f ur WINE Teiritoiy of Florida )
: ATTORNEY AT LAW.c : rM
days, free for any I]II)>c in tlc, Unit'-l iates. The > In nMrv.
TIE Winter Session of this institution closed on j! ]'ur.e on Pdt day will be good, of w huh timely notice[ W LL Practice iu the C'.uru.of tins Lionel, ant FRESH DRUGS &C. Jellerson County.BEFORE )
the 15th June by n Public Examination of the j will he ri\'n. Vv in Jackson County! AVc&t Floiida.i liisjffireis his Honor Jhor.as Randall, Judge of

Students! ; w c are happy in Mat in our convict if-n of The track( is nrorly completeil! r.nd will bear a corn- on Jcfltrson Street, opposite that (.f i lie I'cgistir.N. IiiAvr. ieeci\ed by the !i.14 Irlblastec from Court for the Midilla! District of

the rapid and thorough udvaiiccintnt, of the Pupils.We ;. l'rison .ih any MUISC in tl:.c Union. B. AH instruments of wnfiuj:, will be tlrawi-i ( a small lot of the following wines :- Florida, May Term 1832.LodowjckStapfeton .

do but duty to o\lf&chcs, and justice to Mr. Cox By older of the Club with the strictest attention their; legal accuracy.Tallahassee Madeira, Cette Madeira, Port, Jacob 1 .

the pi csent Superintendent, to say the al'll"illl1cllts of THOMAS BROWN, Secretary. June'20, I 1S2'J. 3Stf. Marsala Claret Hermit Pylmrn and Didama his wife, I T appear1

the Students were creditable tll themselves, and highly Sept. IS. 132. Sit: ho was Didama i Staplrfon! oiTa'ffiJawtt.
_
__
honourable to their instructor. The lower classes JOSEPH"LADR satisfaction
age, and Canary. William Staplcton, John M.: .> the
111ERE: will! be for the Tallahassee
recited with run on course,
readiness and
a
that evinced ,
certainty unusual Shannon and Amelia his wit = of the court
'
the I 1st Satin in mutch Ki reived by tee arrivals; from These wines have been imported with ,
proficiency, and the higher classes solved the on day OdIIcr: a race between HAs i'1 } a I particular re- HarrISOn
wlso
(luc!tiuns proposed them w.th an aptness and accuracy STARLING and IJIGIIFL YEll, for side, one single mile. Tout. Swedes Iron JUICE OF THE
proving notonly a familiarity with text books, but 6 (asMiited.) GRAPE. : pleton, and Zcno Zenathau t Lov'lM. ?,
AL:O A They will be sold as low as wines of theiiqii.dit.v I
a eneral acquaintance with the princic/les science. race immediately after the match race G Crates Crockery Ware, and Sercuzo 3Iinor children! a. I Defendants,
The Trustees have renewed tllcirt'ng:1elJ'nt with] for $;0, one mile and rcpC'at-IO be run for according IOu Cast Iron Ploughs, can be atlbnltd for CASH ONLY. of \ above :
to the rules of the Jockey-Club otherwise i 50 Bbls. Pork Mess clear Those hose accounts of last year remain due, arc m. Stapletou, dcceasei1, : the
Blr.Cox and the duties of the Academy will be returned ; except as ( and prime,) and who sue their : o tlf the
provided, by the subscribers to the EntianceS5 10 Hhds. requested to settle them by Cash or note, without by next are
on the 1st day of October. The I Board design an i pur*? BACON, friend and William! o r Jurisdiction ofStupktoa.Conijdainants
: guardian
improvement in the building, vt luehvill add much to : fcc for saddle horses onlv. 50; Bbls. Fresh FLOUR, further delay, as no further credit will be given after 3 the Court. I"3.
its convenience, and procuring suh .\ratl THE:: PROPRIETOR. 50 Bbls. WHISKEY, the 15th of July next, to any one whose accounts of motion
: ordered on
alp J as :
may vs
be necessary to facilitate the acqu ironic: itofI1 athemat- P. S.--Much sport is expected. 50 Bbls. N. E. RUM, last year may then remain unsettled.E. John Stapleton: Lovit M. I t>f Geo. \.
knowledge. The rates Tuition reinainunalter Tallahassee) September llth 1S32. 4tfTR. 10 Tierces Cheese, B. PERKINS. SohotorforcompIaJB.
James, J. Harrison, H. LatI.'Varner j ,
ed.. Board maybe obtained in P<'iv reasonable compensation. Any ii relating and the said directed
his services ants, defendants are hereby
professional to the Citizens of
the Institution will be 30 Dozen Bottled Cider MEDICAL.The
to '
cheerfully furnished ,
either
by -
L of the Subscribing Trustees. Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk, of Complaint on or before the 1st Monday i1 Noven'

CHARLES AUSTIN F OR SALE.-A tract of land adjoining n'AYES oe various kind's, undersigned have formed a partnership I ber, after the date of this order, or that in detflt

!I'LLIN' the town of Monliccllo in Jefferson Co., Fresh OLIVE OIL, under the firm of CREWS & TIUPPE, for the thereof the complainants Bill! be taken pro cDnJtSSf

-_ R. Y. 'VEI.LI'OItD) Floridaand now in theoccupanccye>f Dr.Holt containing BUTTER CRACKERS, practice of the dilferent branches of the scienceof against them the said Defendants. Provided a CW

WM. WILLIAMS, upwards of 400 acres-Persons wishing; to Laid, Butter, medicine. They have on hand an extensive t of this order shall be inserted ii> one of the.Fr. t

TURBUTT 1 1:. BETTON. purchase will please examine the lands, nnd apply to And an additional supply ofVliich supply of fresh medicines which they will dispose News-papers printed at Tallahassee, and pub11s! "''v

ROBERT' BUTLER, the undersigned. If not bold by the fast of November mWma Ui1 of on liberal terms. Their office is Webbville, therein, once a week for four mont 4. Which is w

R. K. CALL. next ; the undersigned will have 40 acres of said \ with his former assortment, arc offered ex Jackson County. H B. CREWS, cordingly so ordered. THOMAS RANDALL.JL .
The Undersigned having been prexnt during a considerable land laid off in lots, and will be.offered at public auc tremely low for C.ISH, COTTON or HIDES. HENRY TRIPPE. A true Copy
part of the Examination cfthc Students of tion. The terms and time will hereafter bo. made Magnolia, April 1832. 33 tf. Webbville A W Ill. MATHERS, Jr. Clerk.
Leon Academy, on the 15th ult. take pleasure in stating known. BETTON & EMORY. prillAdministrators' June 5th 1832. 42 4ro._

,that their cxpectations were more than met by Tallahassee 4Ui 1832.
the improvement exhibited on that oc asion. ] September 3tf. Just ReceivedPER Sale.By In Leon Superior Court for the JUiw;.

In view of. the circumstances attending the course of JAMES D./BULLOCH, ] a special Act of the Legislative Council
Instruction of said Academy, and the Examination re- AGENT FOR schooner II.0, from Baltimore, and for sale, on the 22d January last for the reliefof pas-the: die District of Florida.

ferred to, under the Superintendence of Mr. Coxthcy -' H. HATVLEY, } AfT ACIUIEKT. bushels of CORN, heirs of the estate of Isaac G. Teague Dcc'd. APRIL TERM, 32.

confidently expect the increasing usefulness ofth e vs : 1100 Dbls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, Will he sold before the Court House in Monticello, ZACII. JERKINS ) .

Institution in his charge. HENRY ALLEN, 15 do MACKEREL, on the fourth Monday in October next, all the.real vs. > In Chancery.MARTHA .

SENECA G. BRAGG, ALL persons concerned will take notice that have 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquehana.,) estate'of Isaac G. Tea ue, dec'd.,.Consisting of JERKINS, .
D. BALL. day levied an attachment in the above cause, 50 SACKS SALT, Sixteen Town ''appearing by die return or the Marsha', and '
TallashasseetJuIy 6, 1832 50 tf returnable to tho next'"court, of Commrn Pleas, and 000 Lt.J. AGON HAMS (superior,) Lots, I affidavit filed, that Martha Jenkins does not T' '
Oyer and Terminer, for the town of Appalachicohn lly..pe.rsol.* isliing purchase the corn, can havre'IltLitIItnt with their improvements. And on the Monday following within this,TerriLory: It is ordered that u the --

rBraintree Cotton Gin. store house on "Water-sir., and at present occupied I s January iygivingabondwithse- in Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable Brick .Marthadoes. not appear and answer'the coraplauianibill '

:FOR SALE A 55 Saw Cotton Gin,(Iron fra by J. Laprade, as a grocery, and adjoining David I turlty TIMOTHY M'CARTY. Store situate on Broad-street. on or before the first Monday in Octpber.nw;f ,
,) from Braintree Manufactory. Apply to Webster on the west and G. J. on the east. The terms.of sale, will be made known on the daysof the said bill complaint, and the mailers and tfiuj,-

Joseph "N. KlemSt. Marks. .. W. LAPRADE, Sh'tr. C. O. C.'P. JOSEPH L.ADD. Sale. WM. BLACKBURN, therein alledgcd, will be taken pro conesso".ailit'acrecd

Jt W. K will receive orders for other Saw Gins of Appalaclucola, 18th Aug. 1832. 3jit Administrator. accordingly. And it is "
the above manufacture. HAS received per Schooner Delta, from. Char May 1st, 1832. 37 6m. copy of this order, be published in some ri03 pac-

July 10, 1835 47 tf Jj-D' JOHN B. TAYLOR in this Territory, once a week for three monthS
FORTE
10 Tierces RICE. : for Salc.-.A
ULAJSK his friends PIANO I cessively.A .
BILLS OF ..LAV.NG-Just prin orms and the Public, that his health is so 25 BUNDLES HAY,
ted and for f far restored, as to enable him to resume his professional Instrument in excellent ifoffered true Copy, Cl'k.June .
sale 5 Bales
thus Office. 'duties. Cotton OSNABURGHS. for sale low-Apply to" E. SEIXAS.Magnolia Teste JAS. S. LINN
July 30.1833 :0 tf
t Magnolia May 1st, 1832. 37 tf. rtu. 1-1 1832 52 tf. 23, 1832 <5 w3ra








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