The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: October 23, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00041
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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tfJr jfloriuJtu.I THE FLOICIIH 1 = t >' Sec. 2. And oe u further enacted, That i

et'c1, Tuesday Morning al ; the said commissioners shall, ra.h, be entitled .
iLnnchance to receive three dollars
''\/ rFive iu six monthfltiwr fI .,. awl I their 'assistants jt
ii, Cilia dollor and fifty cents, 'for each and 'etrt ry -

""tiep'1'cr he dtsc.uuniied unless at tllC option 1 ol "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." day they shall be necessarily employed in the "

; arrcnmse* are paid.before L- surveying, exploring, and ,marking of said j i

..#''(tf' 1 will be conspicuously( inserted I at se- mt: ( \ YxJQ WarLr.t J iTQ -.tu" r -1 .I toad, and making their returns thereof: Provided t i

Idre;rtistWt'nts per s qtKn ufrefor the first insertion, n ndr..tt tL WAlS iiH ..9P@I3. IIi I.OO9 am1 OOQ TmPauIIA'o T' S1Ua: The whaR:*Xpense thereof shall no! F

tents continuanrc. All ad- xreed the.sum oT"three thousand five hun.
os ucnt ,
,. ts for each suV'. until forbid,unless other- JOSEPE. Lx _BD.e LEON ACADEMY.fff Hey til the said min'(TS, shall hot commence dred dollars. ..
.,i Ctl ts will l be 1 1i H 'rd 'r' r., <.,"-..'. Q t. t.tt.rrt-ea'.t ills :!.: ,iu i'uiv. .f : mi.td ti until they h tUbe ordered into service. Sec. 3. And ,be it feather enacted, That for

M1It'rt'J. 9 ind Fla1WQCO r 1'SiI JL Monday thctilli inst. The good health of our city Forth', c.\pl| :n.-es of the survey of boundr, the purpose of compensating tho said t toramis- -

"" leon a!!! letters and communications to thep3Skr IIt"t'b lion, (lis-ar.l'u.J) warrant us in Inviting an immediate return of country rt'quirt'.ll'J! l the said treaty, including the sinners and their assistants, there shall be, -
f1t o C rates Crockery Ware, patronage. The terms Tui'lsn: icmain unaltered.By pur-
wall110t receive atten and is
dust t be }pwl, or they IlIJ Cast (Iron Plinths, order of the Trustees cha.-e of instrument, wages to persons employ hereby, appropriated, tho sum of three .

;;:'I, 50 Bhls. Pork (Mess clear and prime) J. H. COX, Rector, ed, and other contin jencis, ten thousand thousand five hundred dollars,'to be paid out .

._ 10 Hluls. BACON, of Leon Acadf my. dollars. of any money in the Treasury not otherwise ,

: .,, ar I, .. J\ 50 DM*. Fresh FLOUR Four or 5 boys can be accomodatcd with t card I.y Approved. July 3 1832. appropriated.
50 illtl! WHISKEY ,
ml Its \'*!- : early application to the rector of the Acadt F
CItl I *'* 44Ha--lc. my. Sec.
4l I z
4. And
:;'* I.: 50 Uhl!. X 1 L.: RUM Board be it further enacted, That the .
..iii4.. pi-Jioolwillcimmcnceon Friday per quarter, including Cashing, buldim{: and AN ACT eunccr Patents for Useful Inventions.
. -''ll1fjfii '- i4'!! i.iruc rof.m over A:r. \\'cst's oon- 10 Tierces Cheesy, candle. . . . . . . . *20 00, .ng President of the United States be, and he is I
&Sl"'i} > cast i center of thecapitol 1 square. 30 Bt'ls.! MACKEREL, Board exclusive of th se,. . . .1.ltt 00. hereby, authorized to cause to be made tat: I
..,u\,4.n. 'I"" ..U'NJM.t' of tlurtccH days, two days 3 Bales Osuaburghs, I' .y ,!bl'! at the 'n,1<,l of each '.uarlerOr'oW l>e it enacted by the Senate and !House of accurate and minute survey of the country between
30 Dozen Bo:lied Cider !il'h: 'S.-2, > 8'f. ,
dolars.'rl ReprCHt-mative the United
r iaiwit ttuh1' t. n .. Stairs of America the waters of St. Andrew's and the
,,"'., -. J -- Li\erpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulk, bay
j in
pitdants The territory became an + H"/JV> 'ES or various kinds, To Planters. t ongress assembled, That it shall bo river and bay of Chatlahoochie, and between

nib"* and decayed Fresh OLIVE OIL, the( duty ot the Secretary ot State, annually, Pensacola bay and Bon Secour, along the-
casto.partl.: nn. I ALL.---1 ( ;
fcr ; (B ilcr- \
FR "c.'i.w' the month
LrttoiV t BUTTER CR.1CKCRS, | } I m of January, to repoit to Coiiyre.s.and ; northern coast of the Gulf f lUe
considered[ it duty to remon- icoith a i
I 1
my Laid Butter Also1'1'f'r Dipper Skmir'ershnd ..
ltlri:1Ds.; [ | Jjcoopa to publish: in two of the
name of tho people of Florida, And an additional] su" ply of duced prices -Al o, JU pair Horse Mill Stnne: newspapers printed view\' to ascertain the practicability and coast ,\
ftr3tl'tbe; in th** citof V i
abuses, which: gas artfully used mlUDa\u coo Apply to BK'JTON Jt KM IC JHY.|{ ashmgton, a list of all the of canals to connect said bays and rivers, with

aint t tilice in collision \ith tilt President. IM I Ito ,,11'hich ill. his 1 f ri'i l. V6 rtmcut, arc offered ex ith..v 15. I 1KV2: :fc tffc patents but discover1* s, inventions, and im note, plans, observations and opinions, of "

!llnng s rot' "melv Ion for C.ISll COTTON" I' I provement.which -h:nl hay>. expired with :i the ach of said '
ohrJ do duty to the constitution! > engineers on parts designaftrnl .
my Ql.k_nln
Magnolia, apil3d J 8:2. the year immediately ( iu with 11.
,1.rn : 33 .t.p -
without regard to the connivself. If. I pre ;;, ; :: ith estimates of the cost of each ; and,
proph' OJ _
the 1 l\'J\t s just r> of the
d to ? ) patentees, alphabl.ti'aHy f for ;
annnget1. the
ID ; to t I I am gratified to fi-id reived from New Y rhf'rsale, 10'\ purpose of cat tying into effect the fore i
Storage $ Commission
Ffq.rllre molt'-c' ..' and conduct have been j justly Busslncss.VB E. SEIXAt :, going provi.-ions, the sum of three thousand
lbat tflY '. T 'ru:List, '. iiiiohiIOISG .*?ec. 2. And be it further enacted, That ap- dollars be and the
same hereby
1t'd. i hsixe recently so n a- > appropria
'i'prt'cl trimds who haveuhcdau'n A. \"j t) Ei.: piKHtion: to. C uigre s to prjiong or renew the ted, to be paid out of in the Treas
from myoId) ,, \\ C 'O j J any money
;i iu
0 ;;
term hall{ ide
rJ through ,good and cvil report that \ 01 a evict nt;, be in ueiore; its eapC- ury not otherwise appropriated.
flood bJ me B BH> .\' tutioii. uuuhalt be
notuird) least
rreat variety' of jroiwls rcrfi\ed I in tins- ( at once a
Approved 183 .
decided to serve them, again, if it i ilo i- July, : is
1 1 jute M-riber i j'II\ ercctiin a JlHIl E City, this soiisf.n, and uhich are Ilil'rcrlIOfil' month, for three months b*'jire its -- -- .
their ple3sll re honour me with their (:oufi- t .' miiiKidious \ j.ebuse, with a Pat. nt 'oln-n ash, th'ir' will he ti'lwil1, tho new -i'n. of the su!- IK two printed in the of .\NCT for the final adjustment of the aims-
It j.; in vain for demajiojue-! to raise ss for the purpose .,-larking cotton and skins, and amber, v ,. 3 LXI'Ia"II e-str't, a choice; lot of (:\111'\ VV new.-papers city to landin thf t
d euce iu southeastern land district of
a.-hmgton und of the
about my ah:cnc( '. Tbo-e w ho savaTis. ; 'inpieasing Cotton fir tvliipinon', it will l I/c ill oporaon Cloths and Cassimcrs, A part of w Inch they will ultt.. otir newspapers inIIHII |
adam'ur '" Ju tn. c 1-'trOllu' tltvingost in ; short time. They aiv now ready to pur- 'i )ii. : lire la( +\s of the Lmteu titter shall bt the State of Loui:.iaua. -*

m, t. liiuCarC 'eotl, btt.ll present t"r' i.asiConon or make iiht-ral adtanres on ('..ttnn 1-:4)ed i Super*blue, crnpe Finished, Broad Cloths, puili-h in the state or Teintoiy in hunt He it enacted by the Senate and Hou:e of
r b ailalia.. fur eiit. with them for shipnn-nt to in the t 1.'. -.1. I do Velvet d4,. (
.lob all t nl 14avi any port thf parrots shall C.-KJC. i he -hall l 1 Representatives the United States of \.
AL HE,1.1:111TIL1'0N.Talm : heir charge for storageJN 2j writs a hale by the s><'a- Patent finished Wcstof England) Clack do. petition
', OctOltl f IGdl 1:32. Jtfo son, \\ hick they dowtcxH't if they Become"the pur- do. fine Olive, to! do do. set with p.init uluny fir 'rounds of ihe .ipj.h-; i Illlt'rli'a m i onzress assembled, That any per

,Juurrs. 'T i I1IJ1 J -haft-- .tiiii...iiki....- 'j\t .li.r'... ..'.". "....,..-,..1.,. ,<...- do Cis:anon Brown, do. .dioii. ii -h..l l baxi-niH'd by out.i ; Ih': t '- SOL or person-, claiming Linda within the lim '

-tiH :'= 1 be sd 'J) action at Ochecset, r-j rt-d to fulfill fur them to New lh' leansew; Yk, Bottle Green, do.Faony dciii f in u, -uppoit m .} ..e tdKcn bciori itof the southeastern land district ofth State 1
(L O tlie; !rst baiitrday i in, Isou-mber ls'3-2-futyj and C'lurlesi'-n! and thy M ill tvlac to fn.iijiit blue do.l .111 L.,
n 01 u. tin hail ; >M uI t.uia, aireei' Iv to the of
juuge justice it i provision '
be .
of Orlicesee v1 '1 those 111i Lnvcndn-Drab peace accouJM -
d j land in' UKI0vn iicrc a couitsloH piac s as any least is in the trade, and Dove colored C.\s5mers,
,**.,, t'ig fur the e..uuy of Fayctte, upon m.liic .nd no rh,,r
t aI ;} ? il'u"n L'P"1' some.f ihc I lots tiit-rc: : a. /' 'd. by them. J. <;. ii IS". I1A.MLEN..in Flai! 1l1dk'r\IIefs! Plllwce &Jo.1 uc of use ui-coveiy, invention, or irnprove-[ land claims in that part of the i era it.iy of t';'

UJ'")t'n-T' I i'liiii'dni'' '( 'uj.a jon close tome l rat t- I, < Ih, < it H.) 132. >;If hitcnnil fancy rivals, Inuit, and! ot tine rent ipu and e.\pendiuies ol Orleans or Stale of Louisiana, l hut \\ husf' titles i-
jIoJ:.tai tui"W;. JIJ l''Ill > :z : tin \vfst 1Ia lOll. 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, have
do j I tue p.itfittte, su 'i, to exhibit the profit loss not been heretofore confirmed, -.;irs
.t! -I'U 1t' IJ\\1I !1IJ1 t/1t.C t.ttl ( ,7ow1uy A i f KM 1 j\-Th..suhsl'lil cry t do Bosoms, or
1jtIIt'u AI' .u.d Wt-i(, r< nI1I1 t.HTC- %'I S rs for sale her hous and lots in In-iounf.f Gcntknicns' & ;Turing halt hose, aunt, g dl'' c.rUIII.l't at any time prior to the first day of July, one

.till, ;'I'' t,,, 44'1 '.i lltC ..liK10U | CHUr.tr. :1'tlOlII'\lII-, uinry, Uads+ten county. It is an cxcrlient stand tor do C itn ::1111! An 4,1!.t
Lit,, [.M, ,J jl "- at.i>. flu .,.; tutu Kits art: ?'ttit .- Ur>,lC. ; has been 1'yi? and adv.ui'asrconvly! kuou and silk Velvet Storks, latest Jas'iions. w ieiettr all) aU'iaui. I h h.i.been hereto- eat their claims, together with the written evidence
I ,' a.-l .,, |. urt I 1'- 11'1IIU lh. .(,vvtt .'! JlA'hct.stO. an. i* a it ,ItS d ..f puli.ic C iltrtam11'JlI.1"., a quarter In addition i t'. the! aUive they ,.tler a spUndid.nent asgor- lUr.'I! malt iit-ieaiter i and other testimony in of tho
: eOtc I H-: :L'.'!.. g ::Hcr l'art \..tlh..( uI1,111vChblC1)3oin v ction of first rate Kind, having 70 or .yO acres in cuiition of Ite.idy inac'' Clothintr, manuf.icftd! the N- planted tu any in4e support
l'.d":.I. ttl. ... ,. Ihft c tJl h.\\.us;,t.J '\'. i iiiiincdi-itrly! &'!'j ininp; the town with the t'-s1 tyIe, the WOIA :.id materiilsof: which they war- tor in pui'.iiancc ol the act of touressfi same to the Register and Receiver of the land

..,L TI I. tan. tin w. \.nam.tl, :,b itlhjo, .. r-pof rom and! fodder, find the Mock tl- hoes and ra.it to be ;;I"Ulnc.---CtJl.lo'IJI, of super !blue, bl.ieki'iwn ; .11 act tu promote the progress ot otlice at New Orleans ; and it shall be the

.. U, J b.' (la":, ,'' hurt distance h.1 lou U<'ht-ct. .. .-.4Pc'! wihh+ iel:<'>t-Vkilrln) n furn'luJ'l.-. r"I' 'nns. hi Cinarn-'n and ( live Dress Coats, il. Fn"Ks I useful arlo, and to a lepeal the act heretofore duty of the said Register and Receiver to record "

Y-n 11J< ,t1I1..t' ,'tra.cVla: rih.r. '1 cruis of sale, Un, "+. ply to John: K. Caiunht'l! : Fxp: l:., Tnllahasstc, or tr. .lo Pant-, J(- siik \\-l\ct Vests, Florentine silk ditt" made that '" ., in a hook to be kept (for that
I u 111..11 in nm, ,uiun+ halt JIl} aide the .:rat o n J IH, .MibscnTtcr the premises SARAH lil'LL 1'aleil'IP \JI.1 l .'..arM:'i;!!.-s, nil of umrh th'-v \\ ill! -st-l''! purpose, pa.-st'd on 'he oven purpose,
,01.0., I'i* .. .1 uJ',count tf un per cent upon I'allnhte, October fish 1832. Him.QL'LXCV '"w f"r (;,-.. K. P. 4t J. U. 'IH1..L, 1)-nrat 11.t) ul t-'ebriKiry, 111 the year ol our the notice of every claim so preferred, togeth
\0t:1ul 22d I IS31. Loud er with the evidence for whi-'h
:' 1:r 14tf one thousand s< veil hundred and ninetyluce ; service they
Dati., '"?,' J.tytii Pictmbcr 1E;2, n ill t) :ol.m1411OL l.- ell \RTERLY RACESStl or u!' an) 01 toe cb uPl'lcI1HutlI shall receive a compensation from th' claimants ,
ol I Itl1l. in the louii til O lets.(", .t- 'WAY TED at th. of
rate for
thereto cents
shall invaiiu twenty-five
r-ii! "rvitiTip! \ ir'i; : 'It"' acres: of! \:hud .niiuir oe or inoperative, Uy rea- every .';
_?! 'ijoiui'in' the' to\\,. JA. l.s 311LLS.Ic rw'D': IJ.J.a' ": ': '' .' .1o ? \J f7'nr.t_ .u..i, '_. con that atn ol the l ll'r1Uor coiidilioiig. pre- hundred words. ,

( Wrlftui H.12.: iHlttCTTE *-. I. .'. I'"_ M.nucd in the toad section ol the said Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the -

COUNTV luc.twUcd act t, have not, bv inadverterieir firsts Uegister and Receiver shall, at or before ;
we ewer, O<7. Gill! 1832.Mull'L. 'l'JIEltGE. ac- II)
L1 .-The, puMu' ii(, I'n'r notified lira ciilent or IIi, lake, and without any fraudulent the beginning ol the next session of Con res>g :

,,:cs f Land: due l.y Mfsfcrs :\1 iHs and Perry, mal Is acidiliun to his ware-house e thr (r dec' ptivr mil ntiou, been complied \tit h thereafter, make to the Secretary of the Trea-_, :. ;

"'\\.1IIt'aterMn.: :hands ot oiif, to A1'-aham tVilham! H.I.\ison Stor.e,,wht'JlI.n were put hi-m- -. li''-* r let-; nrnitly! cryj.u.,td a spacious build on the pun IJf the said inventor, it ahaii be Jot\- Bury a report of the claims which may" have 1. : j
ing; H0; !h y is feet:, forrtcf-nui"" cotton and ,rtI(1s. for been preferred before them with the
'%rfr..ml"I"k Fl'tiH! .", lo dtlher the same to.GHitler.fr.nllll l lue .secretary 01 Matt-, upon the surrender together r'tetimonv .

scrV\ John \\'. Campbt I attoriic bt- I. "a.-l, Or''ml".r TIMOTHY t'7iM-31. M'CARTY.I9tfGKOUGE to him ol SuCh patent, to cause a new their opinion of the validity of the t 1t I
t'' t.ll' of coilection. run for over the Quintral'. on .. claims -
All and such
1'tl p.rpost WILL other information
perrwf.niMJ to be to the said respecting
the Ifcth ,October -. patent granted inventor fur
of .
d"y f
It'f' H ut
tiathrIt nut to trade Hf reccivr thef purse I 5. J L.1CSS them whirl
a in It
I :
irsc, as tm'1 ,'} ate bound to the fjav t $ .u, r inure, (to he raised according <'< !''ie number ,'Iui.rics ) Iht- -ame invention tor the residue of the pert may possession
j pay sanio, j made) one mile and rt-jJc.ll-'rte ti4r t-:1ddk ,A '. 'nY!! :.in.c.mn-cllo! : a LAW M.uiaun report hall; by the Hocretar, oath !rrp..l.tlrv, 1
ud tla-n i Inch
< the
1't't'D' 1 [(iiiitln-jt( to pay s"i.111"tt' to AbniI \ ? i1 1 -s. TinS ,. : I I expired, > original patent
L'JN'J11 J| horfeLSonlvto carry ffca.htr weight entrance >10, ii.r be 1 I.id before Congress as soon
. I ail:: hold ill'- |l'crerins on whom ; ua> granted, upon b.s (i-ouipliance 1h the as practicable 1
,u/'IW'\Wfil't'JH1mi: .:c. W.M. --ftNr, i r he' made w'ith the Stcrttary the ( vcuine: prevui-. gar- Mill."IT I with his :i touc'ung: :t1t" validity of
i terms and condui-jiis opimo
prescribed in the said I
I the clay of runni-i},'. BY THE {jCCUKTAK. :
.. .
l-y uitofiiiv h / Shitr
fKobcrlCtlil, 3 J. 1 & 'Jwn. Uuincy, ctober 9th 1832. ttif r.II IXN: lIa\l just n-2pi\pd a sntall'l thud section oi the s.tid act. _'
99 IVrppinluuIar: Sugar ill.: which they utter for ins doth, or any as.-ignmcnt b) blot made+ of mure than the quantity contaii ed in the lea;
ALtl + \ .TSTKK. -jtl*' on H credit, until arch m-xt.
HIAH Q".mTER'S The Races
: the Tal- the he IIC -qllire.
over 'ht -hail
HI. I :a t17 tfL:1 same patent, like n vest in
iI a<''1 r, 1b..- .-A lnus!.- ( f the 1st 1J:tltdl- t Sec. 3. \I(1 b. it further enacted. That thot
I /1. ill, II .i.lI'IH: of Honda militia at the house lahasse Course his f x..UlItLoIr and udnnni.-traiors, or nssigreeasi
IsI1l1l1luaI1J1ctLlug, 1 i KDtVoiaaj.! .-hn7 yoi's.! ale, of land in a'
the s-iid so'sthrrn district
"a1tararL y, on atunwy :!.f 3J of>o\ciuh. L' t7 llee. : iroiiu'tu, however, Hut suet by |jj

r'r+c nt'..udm. c'1Jllilil1 i..ke ca.re: to "u-- 13 J I .11-twohoi-Ms nc"untyFl'rida; the use u,i-niln'<;rue, with l Ittl.ml ; tievv patent, so ijiaiHcu, shad, in all respects, [public auction or private entry, shall be sits |'|

trIlpth'lr" n' .. (.\' mmnmiijs fr Jsat til1:< and I 1"1I switch taJ, :,.uuc maika i in be hrit'le in the .ime matttrul oigcctiun: out 1 I l nei Ied until after; the fiat day "fInlv, nothJI1Htud '
.tTIII.\ anj ri'.LPAlJK'IILL: I Y 9 ( ItHh,) ud rMUiuui our days. I' ':'. ', l'1 t" ,leh! _htfuly: ,-tlc (.:lcr.1 brih! ; : ca Jt fence as anv original, .patent granted UIU!. f eijiht hat,<]lred and !thirtythree.

Li<:ut. Col., <<.nl,. Aiulm; l'irst dAy.-Jockey Club Js300, three mile uii!' I\\'n..r three white lie1, a sr on his a<-k. Ahbcnil I the Sttid Iii-t i.ifnuoutd act. Hut no public sec. 4. ', pd be it lurthrr r>n\ffeH; That 1 all .
il.c lu. Bat'.tl., 7th Pct : I reward w i ill he i iv.n n .hcir'de i ivery to the who, before the tint of Noi i
II IK alp, trance )sCO.Xicuid tisv or prmk-ge oi tb- invention -o patented, p-rsons Monday -
bJltt slIhsrrih"r! \} J. : .
i r aj. TyJ
-32. ytf. dai,.-$21)0) two mile heals, entrance $I.=. -cr:. i.iih. S-V2.I 5if L-: .U'IC: P. TAYLOR.U derived toin or after the grant of the uri-llJ..tlI.Jhut. i vcmber( ooh thousand eight hundred and thir- '

fcr.Neu UrltlUliJlCkto! 3iurksii. Tni.d day.- ?..I.Jllone, mile hr: :. t. r ntranro >IO.-I eitbri under special I license of tht' theld lands in the said outhnstern district, '
Si. any
i'ri1m- 1 Marc (
aiu tor or Gelding in the Tinted' 6. ; > (: TH.T'lt.UTICE.lll't'l'iIIl.s( ;
L tat zw+:N.iliijh-cliooner lio\\- : taU.s ; 1S11.i! .jc.<*- to the rules! :and orders of the Club. i1lha\iug dl'mlIlt! aiMii *t tl.,- estate of \\ni. Cain inventor, or Without tii<; consent of the paten t by claims unconfirmed, hut I which werem-

I 1t\t T a d..t: pjvjtvih 'kail fruit Si.A nil Fuurltni., s parse will he composed of the en- .r+deceased are vtcju.:'.%\ dtulutsnlttLcsuuctntl., tee that there ,hall lie a tree public use thereof braced in the principles! of the previous laws ,:?'

I >J ..> '" the IB.- Tats,(., IXT.SOJIS .r die1. m-'ii'ynd -ho ' 10 icasre! fr, i..ln 014e passage \\1"11-1 Ulh' Milhcat! !, Mm I best in five, free for all Hor*"'s, by law, or tin, carne will,! forever !h.irred.JAS : Cur use \ioUtion his i erritory of Urlean or State of Louisiana,
recovery any ol
.he winning .tlrscs of the proceeding days (1J'yiJlg'thdr CAMLRON: Admiuistrator.Ortnh'r .
.'jJtlf h iRIl 4-bTUUGLSS.: which! Ins have been sold"at the
1'; iii. appropriate w f..ihts i ; awl the loosing hones to 9>h 1S32.i SSw alter the giant of such new patent asai may public-
9r.s1U'a"r : be allowed a dedurn of six pounds(/ from their alproiaiate '- : ( re.-aid. >:ale uhicL took place at New OHoans on the

wci Its and all horses that have ; *. CARllTER .ivt- }lewjiis on lira Moiiduv. of November
l : ; not run k\Ir thousand
1.(1 COHill 1:l'. U, &<. .;?proved, July 3, 1S32. : one -
on the pn-ceedins days to carry their appropriatewvi ; ',I'ia.'io Fill'C, in F nni adjoining t I eight hundred and thirty, under the President's
UI.j'"l.i. Ia In'Se al.t1 Colivt 'a n. ', are "lns. ; .! i-s. BallV: ? ,rliIH.I-l l J sixteen youiila.lioa T i .>L.\ AC i fur the ,ale of the unlocated lots in .
the fifth
Ts s n.: ,' ,01 ;J'IJ'1 JIJU i : )Jan.:lr\.d lo icjOij 'I to per c't. will ;be deducted! from each purscfor the I .c \\(..udicvntctl! t same c.trc proclamation June, lOne thousand
'"'t" ] L'II< !'l' iC/JN oilier n'indirherinsfrncBY the hit 01 prouucc on fctorU use of the Club. f 'l" n -herdauyhter, .ir thirty, may t
I .r,: II + ;jCj "'Uifc n'.unlxts of the Club are requested to tni 'il ,' ., I' tntittatJ uistuci, in 'the otatt of Ohio, re:erved of this act as though their lands had not been

'. 41JM.JU. or >iupjhu' aDd all nuiniiSAiOii :'ct, at the Club loom on the day prccer iilg the to saii.iy wairants giiiuted to individuals i- i sold ; and the aid Register and Receiver
o-.rirh: tfltlUtO to. lie s-brats: a hare ofLOW being Tutsdciy Hi Ibth December.
fur their
seas military M \"tClIS.. :
a.hqllt shall make
I 1)a.: AKUbLIXAS. THuS. BROWN AUTHORITY a separate report cases of
,0'1:1 ': ',1 '("".'< r 16, 1 tr3-2 9;f i'fcVi4'/ Proprietor. be it enacted i>) tuu .' uatl and house of this class : and it it hall appear to the Secretary -

:1 rr \\ Tallahassee, Oct. 9th 1832. Bif. ttepreseuiL tives: or tmj cmteu Stated of Americu. ot the-Treaury that all! or any of the

K L tire iuiliori:>ci to unnouiicc C iu Coiigres> u: uuiuleu, ihat the lots and claims contained therein altnouirh unromfirrn-
1fi.I.. A L / a Calidiuate: to 1'e 'rc'Jlt TT \ FA YET'I L\S TOW\-HIP.-Tlle mib&criB : .
] j trai-tional part'oi[ tying in the hity quarter eh, are embraced in the intent and meaning of
4'aa'y Jiter been the of GenerulLafay
.n uif lu-Xw Lvsisbmu ;4IUliCil.tal's having appointed a:t-nt i
,. ) \ ( tie, to iitjM: :s t (.f l his; Lnus; in Florida, is ready I tow-nsiiiu.-s, reserved i)y) uu actot Longres /ho previou- liws for the adjustment of land ,f

J' J. : uutliurisL'd to announce; I to reccivr, propcls for the purchase of any portion par-CU the eleventh Lily ot February, one claims as aforesaid, he is hereby authorized to

;n 1i; >1"t'Ml'a |; tI1f. 'f I land. Anuut 5UOO acres ill the south west quarter.f i
} 111.III. XJ Lf I :U'H'C Cutuletl.A I giving; 1Ult:let turn to the holders of military of the who such
the ton lI skin, IS res :r\tl from sale. The terms of r ,.. persons purchased, :um
(1AIlD. sale will be cash,or one fourth iu cash, nod the reMducin warrants lo gisitr and locate tilt same," andwiiuh or sums c.s they may have paid for land* of

annual instalmentsatisfactorily secured, with ittt "- rumaiii: uuiocatod, shall, hereafter, be> thi- Jc," "riptiu, bought by them at the :hid

; ., Jstork of r( S1. on the amount of eacii instalment from :he dayof LAS OF THE UNITED; STATESAT : liable to be *old at private sale, iu the respeclive I i I lll.l j Iic sale.

r( i .-.j. I:b i :* ,'. nlcin, have urtlf,-This township of laud adjoining the city .< I'AoiSt.D TIn FIRST iESrlt :; F 1 UF. 2VI lu'.GIEs!5. land oiiiccs in which they he, in the same ace. o. And be it further enacted fakir in
u.r Li, \ j Talljhas.ste ; und, in reference tolH-ality, health'u/ ii- r. ;
( 'oUGltuc 'Elty, urn.I nr-t> of climate, fertility and adaption of boil toil lie J manner, and fur the same sum per acre, as addition to the compensation hele nbt fore provided *
AN AC'l to lor into eliccttho 1
la .1.l:4 LUUblNESS.> culture'! of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by any o her irn\idc| ranymg United I other lands ut ihu Limed Mates I 1y lUg in said the said Register and Receiver shall
of limits .between the :
b. adult: 1.' ,i I rcm o/nii.uMjii'Us building. township tlf land in the Terriu-ryol Florida.ROBEHTW. treaty districts, iiid UIH.1t, ,used ol.Approved I receive for the services of them
J>t ol United Mexican required by ,
> U. 'oar 0'. WILLIAMS.TalMiassicOrinbcraih States ol America and the
"MCi. ttcn,<.r. u'ts. AH-sit."t.**r nUll Morage liou-c, *thtir fur the burldin rcccp-s 1332, SlfI State July 3, lo3iS. this act, the sum of five hundred dollars each

*a>II'J'klltl; : h) i.i 1ti1 1 .-pt. T'I( ) rl'sJ/cctful-? I 1C?* The SoutUrn 'Recorder, Georgia ; tin R rhmtn Be it enacted by the Senate and House olKeproentatives AiN Ac i" to authorize the surveying und laying :- to be paid by the Secretary of the Treasuryout ,
lshaico} i'Utll ) and lel ,. .: Eni-uirtr, Vnuinu ; the I Columbia 'l"t.es(4Jl''t, -.. of in thu not othcr-
1-t+lA' elry' CIINrl.rnlaucl,18.1ICOtI.IIIISivtiSeittiU. 1 p.llrIH18, p c then I ..;ir )lnim :1Icaltimfn.t llepublicI.2&lnrbul'' ; tl lie !' of tho United States of A- out u road irom J/elroit tu the mouth ul wise ny moneys Treasury .
I6.L t a Q rG Jfashriilt Manner, '1'c-nnes&ec, will in>;rt the ai"rc w dUrtucmciU Inertia in ( ongress a&seuibled. That the commissioner OianU Kiver ot La\o iUichigau, m the] appropriated. I r

J1 LACiiY k MAUIiINDER.- illr tour weeks in sutce&aion, and forwardtheir and titirveyor to be appointed on the :ttiichtgun territory, and for the survey of f ApIJl'Oted, July 4, 1832. -t

to C Jt.OL UI) Jt1Ii1 LR t.i.fl.Li. Jefienon ac.ouius to this office forpaynicnt. part. of the. United. Mates.,. accoidmg. to the. Caimi routes iji the ierritory ot Florida. AN .\l T to authorize the Governor of the t
\ \
1J.AL, MERCHANl'fii. I f ANi] PLAIV1'EW- UAJNtv; i ''F third- article 01 Use treaty 01- imms'" ueiweeii i heed lie it \ctcdbJ the Senate and House ot Territory of Arkansas to select ten sections *

GEOItGE. .' alb OIL'11ti } rite capital stock of said.-Notice Bank,,luu is nil hereby been given taken,,that and- United states of America and the Uurt Representatives of the anted Mates of America of land, granted to said Territory for tha'

: LOHl3llJIU.( Mexican Mates of twelfth, one thousand in Congress trembled, that the President of 9 t'
3. J. Gadsden. u;rerable '1o the charter, an election for nine direcUrswill purpose building a legislative house. foP : .
' : AD.q,1S h. J take place at the Banking;House, in Magnolia,on eight hum.ied and twenly-elght, and April of the United Mates be, and ho is hereby, said Territory, and for other purposes. '- .
tt M kCUL., July 10, lC132' Hit \DEi 4G tf, TaJ1al1n!! the 15th day of November next ; and stockholders filth, one thousand eight hundred and thir authorized to appoint three commissioners, Be it enacted by the Senate and house of ,
that the first insmlmrnt of the
btltfj / .I arc itol stock hereby ot notified said Bank will be due and payable to cai-tin} ty-two, be sevi rally appointed by the President who shall explore, suvey, and mark, in the Representatives cf the United States, of America '

.. UtCntU conunissioner3 on. tile mime ay.e ; of the United State, by and with the con i 111 0,t eligible course, u road trout Detroite3tvarcliy in Congress assembled, That all the authority .

1 Arr'OH.1LY AT LAW.of ALEXANDER SMITH) I cent of the Senate ; together with a clerk to \\ by way ot bciawasae, \o the mouth and powei is hereby Rested in, and giv
,V U.I.is I'racticc lu uuc Court'- this IJ1lttrlcl, au.Jti Bi LESTER;-NJ MIN CROOK BYRD, } 3 the said commissioner to bo .appointed in the ot Grand Uiver, m the Territory ot'Michigan ; en to theGovemornfthe Territory of Arkansas "'

y r lion tuks4n CUUllty .. cst Florit.la. His'011u'lIt L. W.'BURNETT, w same manner ; and that for the purpose ol and saiu coinmisiouers shah make out accurate which was vested in, and given to tho''

,,- tAll anaLrurncntb Strcei oplMsita !that of the ilcgistei. JOSEPH LADD ci. carrying into elect the second and third articles i. plats of such surveys, accompanied; withHeld > Legislature of the'Territory of ;Arkansas, by ran

.t n'1lul1tte t AUcntiou of'fltUlg, will!! be draft (. GEORGE IIAMLEN. Si1 of the treaty uiorcsaid, there bo appropriated ; i- notes, and certify and transmit the s same act Congress of the second of March
to their \
June 20, 1829. legal acctirac 3Sti.y. Magnolia, Oct. 9th 1832. 9lf- I out of guy mouty in the Treasury not to the President of the United Mates, who if one thousand eight hundred and thirty one* by i

after date COLLECTOR SjULK.-On ues ay'29th otheiwiso appropriated the following sums : be approve ot call surveys, shall cause ieot which a 10 an tit) of land,. not exceeding lea :

aubsct'iler i to the application[ wilt be .made,al. TAX next I shall eJCjwwe. at public sale, bt tore thft b or the sallery ot the commissioner, two plats thereof to be deposited m the olhce sections, was granted to said Territory the .
oC laid of the} bOrtou, able c'ot house door in the,,town Appalachicola. count)' .
Gou..ty for It't'\ers 'of administration (I. ('I)i urt Jrankliu--on'-, Billiard Table with. all the appuru thousand five hundred dollars. the x reasury ot" the Ututed Slates, and the purpose of raising a.fund.for the erection of 3 '

latr 16th 1 figs Humph( .' ;'y,,dt't'c8 ed.oit.Jh. .,artels.bel -neinc( to K i ; which table was formerly ( C i< or the gallery of the surveyor, two thou.snnd said road siiali be considered as established public building at Little Rock, the seat of Go. '" -

o B J.. J OHNSON.witb spied by Get'., W. Ury, ..f said county, levied ou f r dollars. und accepted : Provided, That said con.raissioners Vernment of said Territory.: -

teq PRI"'' 1_ I"'t.-LxpC'uted boat 'i' Tcrri.orial J. D.t(BULLOCll'('untyj TuXt, elector, dm !'< 10'T.. F. F. C..tOctuber b or the salary of the clerk, one thousand shall oe uiainterested persons, not re y- Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, 'Tfcat-nc* *'

d di !patch' lit thiS U t1i Q. 9th 1S3Z fltf two hundred dollars ; Provide That the s a"l Idtijts of aUf gouuty through \Mucij card co ac thing herein contained shall ht a go,' Viitr' 4r




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'U1"'hotiz1ng any expense Oft tTie"parl llio ort D" iicsl the State of Missouri, aid two &n"l Be H eifctcd ty (ne Sfcnate and EToftst of Representatives pensation oTt1e Registers an3 Receivers, to 6capv f I Thit r Oil? r1ndpa1 ujtjiiY ror

United States tar selecting said lands". r building appinte by the President of j of the Unite Stales of America in Congress pointed for the land districts hereby established, shall tradictory statements is ootid

; aid bouse, other ,than the aforesaid United States, by the advice and consent of! assembled, r the' purpose of finishing the rebuilding not commence till after the surveys shall have been the consistency of a n".ID to bflng'A IV "

he Senate, t examine.all the unconrirnitd claims t of the frigate Alaccdonian! the sum of two completed. Dr. Gibson of gnat patnot late a
;; grant ot ten portion* of the unappropriated and in that State, htrcLsiore filed in the office.uf the hundred and seven thousand nine hundred and eighty- Sec 6. And be it further enacted, That all that portion as : the 'J.'allahauee Courier, JOnc',

public lands. said Recorder, according to law, founded upon any in- four dollars.be, and the same i hereby, appropriated, of country acquired by the Treaty with the ( )\- wwid.ofthcTefccrapi has t

*- Approved; July 4, 1832.iN : complete grant, concession- warrant, or ordet of survey out o any money in the Treasury not otherwise ap last nation of Indians l within the State of Alabama, year passed, since'Gen. Jackson I'te .
issued the of France nineteen snail be offered for sale at teal Jupllcr, and Gen. Call as tl.
B t by authority y or pain, priorto propriated. south township his .\'a
? ACT; to provide-I for liquidating and paying the tenth day of March, one thousand eight hun- .pphtr July 10, 1832._ the Saint Stephen's land office, and the residue shall' Now J he abuses the lonner, and to gnru.9 I

. certain claims of'tho Slate of ,r irgiuia.He IrCii and four ; and to clas. the amc so as to show, Ar' ACT to provide fur paving certain arrearages for be attached to the Tuscaloosa land district, and be offered he docs not SCnpe, to injure the a atIrl l18Lt'
; first what daims their would in fact thai
J1a'eUn sale
in opiiaon for at place. changes do
surveys made by officers and for oilier we witness Ster.p" .
: enacted hy the Seriate and Hou"e of cnfnneo, according to the laws, usages,and cus- 10 ya .lppreredJ.dy 10, Id32._ our laud Is it possilie among! tllI the

!h Representatives of the United States of Amer- toms :i i'anU!) Gu\ernmen4, and the practice oftheSpan. Be it i tle mars
: enacted of
by the Senate and House Represen- AN ACT for the regulation! of ihe Navy and Privateer lately read us lecturer on politic, ,
b them
If-- sea in Congress assembled, That the proper if the Uoveinmcnt' authorities under uivicr which ,claims al ew lrldus tatives of the United States of America in Congress Pension and Navy Hospital Funds.Be rubs"1 Clud 'f .

h accounting officers of tho '1 rcasury do liquidate had continued in and bid whatianns originated assembled, Thai, for defraying the extra services und it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
.J our j secondly expenses of the officers of the navy, engaged in the of the Unitd States of America in Congress TilE
t. and the -of C MAIIA-We
pay accounts the oinmonivpalth in their opinion, are destitute ot merit, in law or tquiy are happy
survey of our coasts and harbors the past and piesent assembled That the commissumers of the na'y'pen to tte
t of Virginia the United Matoa under such laws, usages, custom*, and prartice of contract has been made
years, the sum of four thousand dollars, I.e, and the by the I ri
sion and hospital funds he, and they are hereby, Postmaster
; navy
t. for to tho officers commanding in ic Spanish authorities atori'said ; nnd tliAll also as- same is hereby, appropriated, out of in the al!, with our r
1.1' payments sign tiieir re\ ons f ir the opinnns: to he gin n. And any money directed to close all their accounts as trustees of s-tid enterprising, and indefatiabu; .
i l the Virginia line in the war of the revolution, n examining and d sir such claims; the iU-corder Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be applied funds, and to pay over the balance of cash in their C0!I. D B. l\la ombJ for carrying :?UI
: and control of the ti.e
I Ii i on account of half pay for life promised ihe ind Commissioners shall r.ak, into: consid\.Tation, as Secretary expended of the under the hands, and to assign over anel fansl'er all the ccrtilkaiesof I this place, tit Penaacola twice a'wee'k ID
officers aforesaid that Commonwealth: the will the tl.&.i1OI>' herct :.-kinny ihu Boirds of stock, and other property belonging to said funds, boat -A
r by C and ilecoru- lad inks those fctc. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of and to the privateer pension fund, to the Treasurer ol I will run from Pensacola through ?*

I Bum of one hundred and thirty-nine ihouandfivb claims mmissiul.er uch other u nj.on ad nissibli four hundred and eighty-seven dollars and eighty cents the Uniicel States, for the use of the Secretary of the sound and Choctawhatchee} .
\s c bay
hundred and forty-three dollars and a LCt.ony may b,-, nnd the same is hereby appropriated to pay the Navy, for the p.\) meat of navy and privateer pensions and t
aixtyV under the ruks In r \or.: .ini" f.i. mKing such t''s- balance due Lieutenant Charles W ilkes, purcha point near sandy-creek I from thence tlX'
and for of to
expenditures on account hospi-
J ix cents. timony biiW sul OfS and Kiroider: allil i all such drafting, and the making of the astro navy the distance will be
ing fc
superintending ials, et cetera ; and as soon as said assignment and accomplished by .
taken \Mtniu
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the test the rllny hal -e twelve months altor. n inical Instruments for the exploring expedition; transfer shall be made, the said commissioners b<.> coachies.-'fhuis J arrangement will p

I. Secretary ot the Treasury be and he i is here- passage .act.Su I... be paid out of any imuicy in the Treasury not otherwise and released and from all greatly f x ,
2. And be it turner enacted, J hat the office of / they are hereby, discharged trie transportation of the mails and .
by, required and directed to to the State the Recorder shall be appropriated. further trust connected with said funds and the Secretary willadd**
; pay open tiesui'poscsofsuc1 ex- to the commerce,1 *
t'tc. 3. And be it further enacted, That, from and In. is prosjwritv of I
and lie constituted
of the
thetrusite Pensacola/
Of Virginia the amount of the jndgments which aminatir.n for the term of two years hum tin. d te of the after lif of this art, the commander of the .t'i a- Navy hereby, -r.week. !
organization of the board of Commissioners pass-ige of said tin ds ; IHIIS such, It shall! be his duty nce a
1 longer
have oeen rendered against the said State, for ano no Yard at the city of\" ashington, cease to act
bhal lo receive applications for pensions, and to grant thef '
and till Rt-curilfrand Commissioner ) Leaveuincy Monday aft
; ruYup.ival
anu on account of the promise contained in an cced in the hal with j.n 2savy Agm ; and that portion t.h' act uf thelufiuyaeventh same according to the terms of ihe acts Congress inL
in a the mail from
manner i
summary ol MihYt.gcuile
exammaLOI of March one thousand eight hundred .a,
the of the such case made and provided, anti lo direct and contn.ljthe ,
General without
act Assembly or of tho claimants and
passed by any application ; and four, which made his duly so to du, shall be, and out rf the fund. loon, arrive at Appalacbicolu La the
hall at the commencement of each session of I xpendiutres navy hospital: f ) ceil
State of in the month of Anno Congress
Virginia May, the is iicreby, kd, and a and permanent -
enacted 7 P. M.
lu. said term examination before the sale rl separate Sec. 2. And be it further That the balanced lay by
ing lay Commissioner -
I Domini one thousand seven hundred and sevI agent appointed IK in other cases, in of cash hand and all h
of the General Land Office a report uf the hal now on moneys that may rcaf1| Leave Appalachicola Bay every Suatfo
I enty-nine, and in favor of the officers or classed therein the same maniu-r, eni' .d to the same compensation, ter arise to said pension fluids from stocks rcdccni-j '
the date
rep- ciajA:so slating quantity and under the same ics lonsibilities, and be "r it 5 A. IS!. arrive at Quincy the next day U
teacnlativca officers of the and of -whether there be and what, conflictingclanm ( governed or from any other source, shall be immcdiaUly inns-(
' regiments any
and the vidcncc which each depends hy the same Iausaml4rgulai ions which now arc, or ted, under the direction of the Secretary ol'the Navy,1in J 12 noon, in time to connect with thfuairotn
cotp> hereinafter lecited, and not exceeding, upon cum: hereafter be adopted for other Navy Agents and
and the and und w the may ; the Bank stock of the B ink of thc UnitC-tl Mates ; j. I'allahsftsee lor Milledgevile.NOTES. .
authority r
the whole the of hundred and for jMV\\er it shall be his to act as Agent not onlv for the Navy -
m um h\ 0 said claim wa granted by the Spanish or French Govrnor duty and that the Secretary of the Treasury be, and hereby'is .

I ty-one thousand three hundred and forty-live Commandant or sub-delegate, to be laid before under Yard the in tnis city, "f but the for the Na y thereof Department in the authorized to sell so much of the stock of the Unke-el 1. The Post Master General reserves the rHt

dollar.-. to wit : Congress_ for their tinal dCl'isiun-upol the claims contained I p.iyn.ent of diT slch rt"1 accoiiuts and:secretary claims as the said, dec- States in said funds Bank,will at the par fur value and thereof to receive, as sautnavy I Lo expedite'the Mails, and to alter. the timfj0 0
pension sa-dj
such first class. pay
First. To the officers, or their legal in may direct. 1 their arrival and departure, at any tinjc'during
icp funds in thereof the said
pension payment
JSec. 3. And it further eiuctid, That from and re'\rj navy } ;
fesentativcs, of the regiment commanded by after \he final rrp-.rt l of the Recorder and Commissioners 'lprred, July 10, 1 1832. Bank Stoek to be held in the name ('fthue Treasurer of,(continuance of the contract, by giving an adequate

the late Colonel George Gibson, the amountof the lands contained in the second class shall be *ub- AN ACT to provide for rebuilding the frigate Java the United States for the purposes aforesaid. compensation, never exceeding a pro rail

the which have obtained, jfct to sale as other public lanns ; and the lands ront and the sloop Cyane. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the Secre-!iillowafiec, for any extra expense which suck aJ.

judgments they t t tined in the first class shall continue to be reserved Be it enacted b}= the: Senate and House of Rcpro&cn-, tary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, authorized and 1 I it-ration may require.

'. gnd which arc now unsatisfied. tV.nn sale as heretofore, until the decision of Congresssh tatives of the United States America in Congress required to cause books to be opened, aud regular ae- ., 2. bcveu minutes shall allowed for openJn

Second. To the officers, or their legal rep- be made thereon : and if the dtc.ision ot Congressshdil assemh.ed, That the sum of fifty.thousand five .un. .'ounts to be kept, showing the condition of the navy i",-'-i. -i---------... .;Uj ot paeh office, when DO par

fescntattvcs, of the regiment denominated the bf aj ,uiist the claims, or any of them, 'he Jai tred d<'liars be, and the same is hereby, appropriate. md privateer pension funds, the receipts and expenditures .'- D_ i

commanded times .,'J decided against shall ue, in liLe manner, subject payable out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise thereof: the names of the [pensioners, and the [TO Tile EDITOR OF THE rtOWDuJY}
second State regiment, at SIE-I observe in a late
dates and amount of their with numter of tL
ale .iso'.ner puuh'lan.s! l : Prodded, That actual settlers i appropriated, for the purpose of purchasing tim- respective pensions, a ,
by Colonels Brent and Dabncv thu amount being houtkeepers Utol such l IInth1 as are rcjcctid ntr to rebuild the frigate Java and the sloop Cyanc.Jpprlt'e.l statement (f the act or acts ,-f Congress under which you allude to a story whi h luis been ir.dusinoujd.culdttd .r .

of the judgments which they have obtained, cldiniing I hold under :v-ii itjecttd claim, or July I 10, 1S32.AN the same may be granted ; anrl that he shall annually in neighbourhood, tha Cofc>ntnUue ;
not be a candidate the .
and wmch are now unsatisfied. :::11 as may waive their grant hah h ave the righ: o report to Congress an abstract, showing the condition approacliing election, f(ii,
|>iv-cmp.on Li) enter wiihin the time ol'ihf existence of ACT to provide for completing the r\avy Hospital of these funds in all these particulars, and the receipts i i.Illd office he has held with s<> nmch.creeut lohittself ul :

'I hird. Io the officers, or their legal icp- this act not exceeding the quantity tht-ir at Norfolk, oiul the N. vy Asylum at Philadelphia expenditures during the year ; and cau c a similar i advantage to the ternto.)-1 his, fro.. the Leg

rescntalives, of the regiments of I'oloneis which in no caa shall exceed six ..ui.ur.11<. aid'll k> and to furnish them ip part. account of the receipts and expenditures of the navy : we had n.H a doubt} was one of die small ans bj jS

Clark and Crockett, and Captain Uogcr* acres, to include tit! Ic 1 : \} Be it enacted bv the Senate and House of Ktpresmlatives Ivospital fund, to be kept and reported to Congress;'nnual.y -; certain personages: are a.-cuslomeu to attempt! to inS,

who the their lpron1nI prr-ernption. !al in:all of the Vr lcd Slates of America in Congress in like manner, and at the same tim, with the Colonel \\ hue,- i he following ieter will set thia na.:

troop of cavalry, were ernploped in 11.1.1 conform prove to the nIJ.1 uhuiun- have assembled, That there he paid to the Commissioners reports upon the pension funds.Sec. ter at rest, and is at your strvi'e if you consideri71 I
things re > 01'mayIlt' '
I Illinois- service, the amount 01'thu judgments I pre criittd oy the ;Secretary ".1.t ih. .hecl rcasuryunder of the ..lr Ilovpiuii: Fund, and for( the use thereof, 4. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary sufficient importance for publiration. .

which they have obtained, and which are now the existing: Ltws relative to j.iv--inp'} an-, out of any money in the Treasury, not otherwise ap- of the Navy shall be, ad he is hereby, authorized It nay nut, hoever, be improjier to remark that
il&hall be propriated. I') appoint! a clerk who hall perform all the duties Colonel \\ lute, at lh? close of the late eleclioB
iJ,lI a l ticd.t the du y of the Sitrctary: of tft< Ti usury ,"it
their num. dl.\tI} to tuna li to the sc\ I r.I -:a. insaid For lompletins: the Navy Hospital at Norfolk, thir- which shall be recmired of him in relation to said funds ; strongly urged by some < f l.is ptrsonal friends both'

ourth. To the officer.or legal representatives State, the manner in whicn ah; iii-J..t.-e wi'..' inv: t.v-nllC thousand dollars. and shall receive as a full compensation for h.s servi- and out uf the ten itory, (among whom was tile lane.

serving in the regiment of Stale '.. is.i to waive lh ir several grams or o .nit's and availuicmseivesot For providing fixtures: t furniture, and apparatus ':es, and in lieu of all con'rnLsins or other allowances, ted Adair,) no linger to expose himself in tn art\

anilK'ry commanded by the late Colonel Marshall. the rigtitot in, shah therefor, six thousand six hundred dollars. .salary of one thousand six hundred dollars, to be where his ttt services to the peclIc-, teemed tonl}101

and those .-erviIIg in the State garrison o; release .heir said .rtl,.prt-clJI r\tm'l I For e mpli ting the Navy Asylum at Philadelphia, paid fjuartcr-yeaily, out of the Treasury of ihe United subject him to increased cbkquj ana pe-rsectionfea
t" eniy-se\tn thousand three hundred dollars. Stales.fcec.. I u powerful and in&crupu'cus party, of office holdt
J l'4.. An-1 be it fur fi iae.I!, !hit .e lie.-nr- :
fegnnent commanded by Colonel J\I tlt"r. and iK-r a d Couimissi'ncr' each I the[ oia For providing fixtures, furniture, and apparatus for 5. And be it further enacted, That all the pow- : und expectants ; and to induce him to comply wjij

pcmng in the State cavalry connunandedj .. Jiu.ured dollars cr'hal mum ,:C'CIVt to in- ( u.l Iy'.trty OIKwmn thereof, six thousand six hundred dollars. ers conferred, and duties 5mjKised"by laws now in force, 1 their v.ishts, the mosl flattering protVssional t-rosperj
.Major 2l i'l on, ,ihe amount of the j tdgments Oj lll'. Liu ed :t6t.1 i ii l ''tq.lns.UuJ; ?p.lt I i'ueir <>: lppTorcJ, Ji-ly 10, 1632. on the commissioners of the navy and privateer pen-j were held cut at ew-Orleans j but Col. \\ bite cnsidtred >
liiinself bound maintain the
I sion and funds be and to interests of th
which thc have obtained, and WHiCh arc now scrvif s under tins act ; nmi may, ,\ ho 1 nerteviry AX1'i authorizing tie cui :irurtion of Naval Hi s- navy they are ,' people ot i lorida, until they should fix .
transferred to the Secretary of the and all acts on sor e CMMa
of I iv navy ; ,
mien :
employ an I'r.-nch or the :Na Yard- I'
itals Cliur
unsatisfied.t tj'Uw.1 |> a; \ y at stowii, .assa- and parts of arts, contrary to the provisions of ihis act successor, \\ho would adve rate their interests, ad
: bc ,
language, lor a reasonable CUIJHU.-: :; o.i, io < (: rhusetts New York and Pensacob.
ifth. To the officers, or tneir legal r<'pJesentativcs h y the secreury: of t1i Tre.i>iry. m jiaid by the U- Be it enacted, Brooklyn the, Senate and, HOXU-.C of be, and they are hereby, repealed I Ilppruretl r rot those of a p.uty.ll. the -cTic"saDd at lie
by Rtpresen I urgent solicitations of the of almost
July 10 Ic32.AN people, mrydL.
served the of "Virginia inttd Staits.Sec. ,
who :
in navy ta'ivf-s! of the Cnitcd States of America in Congres* I! trict of the territory,he has sacrificed his persHnalnx

ouring the \n' of the revolution, the a- 5. And IW it fuuh'-r enact-: t, Ti.at It shall be sc-micd.: That the Secretary' oi the Navy be; am: i I ACT to extend the provisions of the act, uiithlei.i I j; lerests, and Las consented if elected, to sent a.
lawful for the h- irs oj! Car.i: d' Vilit mul to submit lift is hereby authorized under the diic-ction of the An act regulating commercial intercourse with the .
mount of the judgments which they have obtained I[ gain as our efetegate 1 am>*;r' yA.r.Editortoe !
he evidence of heir f'laiultl ot'iand in Ark-in- 'I
I a trai._ President of the United States, to cause to I c constructed islands Martinique and Guadeloupe," appn ved i: ::radict a story which has not had the lightest groua.
and uhioh are now unsatisfied. s:,s Territory, to a p'lacv: ':uhfit : Ciicot j.oinl'' to tin for tinuse: of the Navy of the United States, pro- the ninth of May, one thousand eight hundred: an. i 4 t truth for tlIt last six months, particularly as iUp

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the aid Rirordt and t.ttuiU'I .1lrl, nnd it shall be dir p. r hospitals at or near enf-h: of the following place ti. twcl ty-eight, and to refund the tollage duties on he j pears to be so agreeable to certain i land speculators !M

Sccu-ury of the i reasury be, and he i is hereby duty. of said Rei-order ai.u C m.inssioncrs: to report wi' : the Navy yard at ua.hiarltstowiassachlt,5i, ITS, French ship Victorinc.Be I have, constantly hattd Co!. White, sin e he tLtau l

directed and required, to adjust and ti ct'leik u -on said ..11 in .i.1 -nunncr, that other claims pn- : !Navy ya.d, Brooklyn, Neu York, and the Nav\ it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives 1 the fage oi the first preemjitionlawanJespeciallyof
vided for act, arc l" be reported and
proctcJcd yard Pensacola. of the United States of America in Congress the "Jcrly are bill," which secures aLcmetotia
<*se claims for half pay ol'the officers of the uj.on. > 2. Ande it further enacted That there itssembltd That the 1
be hich
-:.c. privileges are extended bythe poor man without the aid of uaA money'i Ley koo-
jaforcsaul regiments and corp which have not I .opprQrttl, Jdy !'. 1 32..A. a"d hen I ly is npp f ?riatcd fr the construe ion <,f stirh, act, t mitle "An act re2'UJatin 'ammereinl in- that as long as CoL White is in Congress,they sill

been paid 01 prosecuted judgments against \ AC'i. : Iii.etl .u n act cultic ..i\ n act lor i the h'- pital ai Charlesiown aforesaid, cnty-six ihousainjdilltrs i creourse will the Islands: of .irtinique and Guada- hn\e no such golden harvests ad they rcdpfUatthesifef

.the State Virginia, and I for which said State rditnfplrdt t:< r* cfhe ;public lands that have n- ; at Brofiklyn aforesaid, twenty thousand d'l.1 1iaie I' ::p..," approved the ninth of May, one thousand eight the first fvverty towu.)iiip.<-The-ie were gloriuta

half n --ii-p.>y''i ; and at I'ensac'-la, thirty ihout>and dollars ; to bepaiJ ;\iuiiT-d and twen'y.ellt! to Frenrh vessels laCen: and times, indeed, fin speculators! __
would' be bound on the principles of the pasNcd twenty-lhnx day of May, one thousand eight 4iut ofnny money in the Tnasury not olLerwise- rnfling direct from those islands, shall be extended to : ours&" c.

pay cases already decided in the Supreme i hundred and twentyeight.Be '1 'ii priated.1jprured :o vessels coming in the same manr.fr, in ballast subject -

X'ouit Appeals of said Mate ; which scveial it enacted by the r enate and House. of Rcpn-- & Ji>:ly 1 10, 1 S3 2. nevertheless, to the proviso ct.n'nined in said a- UNIVEnSITT OF VIRGINIA, October 17th 1832.MY .

United America in Congress Sec. 2. And be it further enac'od. That the Secretary
se1.\tinsofthe I indebted 'ioul for
utAi SIR-
herein directed to be settled am to
of crtcct the
sums money assembled That in all where havebVClX :\tAC1 to carry into act to }provide fur asurvey f thc i is authorized
cases puUic lands e> Treasury hereby to refund,
i iW
out of in the (,t the coast "f the UniUd S atc inierelinir l tavoiirithin the last wee sanll
shall be :
i>r paid paid any money purchased, Ue it enacted the Senate and House of uivinir iesilived 1 t<' eiid day with eld
ten my
by Representatives sj
law. under the act ot thc eocond March .
Treasury not .itherwise appropriated by provisionsof .! sucti anv-unt of tonnage ehry as may hit.en
of ihe United States t America friends in this I will before
in Congress assembled vicinity ; my
5 1s3. Inc ihousind .idll hundred and t\euty-Iwo, or und'-r '- collected, by thin Collector of the |porI ol Nrj'lrk.
Approved, July any other act of Congress f'.lting relief ti> the pui- That forcanying! into effect! tl eel, entitled upon the French ship Victorinc, and which rtt .rl1 to \\ ashington, (which! will be about themiddle

1::: AC i t. "' -vide lor thc appointment of a CoinrnisMoner chasers of the public lands, reverted to the An act to provide for :'irvevtng the roasts t f the Uniud "ferred toin the le'lcr of the French ..hiister to t of this month,) to reply! to some of your
ol Indian Affairs; and for other purposes. United States for failure t pay the purchase money, States, approved on : tenth day ( f February, Secretary of S'atc'; da'ed! the fourth November las. :suggestions. Yon say my friends rfgrt/rand? thai'

Be it enattdy the Senate and House of Repi- or have been sold by the United Slates by reason : I one thousand eghl: hundred and seven there shall be, .jpter.,'. J' '.; I t 1 32. my enemies endeavour to turn to their advantagsmy

$n.l'cs: 01 tnc nited States America in Congress such failure to pay, it shall be the duty of the Registerof ai.d hereby is, appropriated dollars tole, a sum not exceeding J. absence front the territory. It would be deeply
thousand of
Thai the President shall appoint, by and the land office where the purchase was made, in issue twenty paid out any money evei
/feirnr.tltd: otherwise mortifying to me, to give"any just cause
in the TrC'asurr not appropriated aini I the
w.th advice and con ent ef the Senate, a Comnm5Joiv upon applici lion, to the pi rson or persons legally : ; FJLOBUIiAft of enc
tic said act is hereby re"ind, anot &h.111 be leen1f'd! tu : regret, to my friends, and as to what my
benefit of made pre-
Indian Affairs who "shall under the direction entitled tf> die payments previous to indif
r vide for the survey of the coasts Florida, in the same mtes personal or political, say, I am entirely
such surh reversion or sale, his, her or their legal
and -
of War to icprescnintives
he agreeably :
pf regulations
Secretary certificate for the manner as if the same had been named therein. Jlt1L.tFJJl mm9 ferent, having learned from melancholy experience
assigns, a amount so paid
from time
President to
as the the direction may and, tme preIril'c In- and not o shall be received and credited Sec. 2. And be it fuitlicr enacted, That the President that they will always have something uniavouratoto

have management refundellich of the United States be, nnd he is hereby, author TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23. either pubhc course
and of all matters: arising out of Indian as cash payment ofany public lands that may here- say, by misrepresenting my
f and, shall receive salary of three thousand auVr be sold by the I niltd Stales, in ihe State or Territory ised, in and about tlc execution of the said act, to use by inventing some petty story, or plausible caium-

L rcati'h annum.Sce i in which: such original purchase was made. all maps, charts, books, instruments, and apparatus, The cholera is abating in Richmond, but is extending ny. It is a source of gratification to me, that tkt
401as per That the SecrcJary Sco. 2. And l be further That ii shall be which] now, or hereafter may belong to the United have serious of complaint., )K
2. And be it further enacted, enacto States and employ all pcrsor.s in the land and naval : in various directions in the country.-It is not a more grouid
01! n:"ar .hat arrange or appoint to the said office the duty of f the General Land service of the United States and such evinces one fact that their public and official slaF
Office and of the Registers as aforesaid, to conform to, astronomers reported that it has reached Raleigh NorthCarolina. cts
the numl.cr Qf necessary therefor, so as not to and other as he shall deem Provided ders have been so Completely put down byfi

increase the number now employed ; and such sum as and IM governed by;the provisions of the act aforesaid, That nothing persons in this act, or the act proper hereby; revived,, & that their barren inventions are so worn out by

l is to pay the salary of said commissioner to which this is an amendment, passed the twenty- authorize construction incessant cultivation that reduced to th4
necessary) thousand hundred shall be construed to or they are
hundred and third day of May, one eight and
thousand eight thirty-
frr the year one maintenance of astronomical small mattt-raiuia'
a permanent obscn'atory.&flpprortd to such
aforesaid. Messrs. Coffee Jones Gamble Foster extremity appealing a
as ,
is twenty-eighl ,
be and the hereby appropriated
: same stand
10 Let fact
f $
shal further enacled Thai July to which"you allude. see'how the
Ser 3. And be il where the
I out OrRny money in the Treasury. Clayton, Gilmer, WiliJ: >* and Wayne, are elected and iJ !he
all lands have been relinquished to the United States under iron -Congress adjourned on the 16th .luly, -r
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That accounts AN ACT to provide tanks for the use of the Navy *
L( And x ouchers for claims and disbursrmcnis i connected the provisions of the act second March, one thou- of the United States. Representatives of Georgia, in the next Congress. attempted to go home, in a private conveyance,

witH Indian afTiirs, shall l he transmitted to the saidcJuIf.Isbionr sand eight hundred and twenty-one, as aforesaid, or Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives would have been the middle of August before mj

tor administrative examination, and by other acts Congress, and the money paid thereonhas of the United States of America in Congress -- Will Gen. Call, orany of his friends, state on 'W hat arrival, and that is a season of the year in wwcn..

to the proper accounting officer of the in part been applied in tho payment of oilier lands, assembled, That 4or the purchase of iron tanks for the authority he asserted last winter in Congress that 13 there are few courts, or public! meetings and IC

Jlme". for settlement ; and all letters if the payment so made on 1 uids: retained be less tan use of the vessels of war of the Unitea Slates, in commission would have been impossible t for me to have sea
-Miry Department
the amount paid on the relinquished lands when out of 16, members of the legislative council the'
:' cuiri package* to and from the said commissioner, the sum of one hundred und thirty-one thou- were in of constituents without traversing

touching the business of his office, shall be free of pos I excess exceeds the sum of ten dollars, it shall be the sand seven hundred ninety-five dollars 1 be, and thc favour of the administration of Governor Duval 1 We many whole territory.my It was out, of the question wr Bat
of the of the land office where the transfer
duty Register same is hereby appropriated, out of in the
any money have
tage.S.T. 4. be it further enacted, That no ardent I of payment was made, to issue a cerufctc for such Treasury not otherwise appropriated. hope this will not be another question of adjourned that time to leave my wife, whatever mignt rajJICt

sprite Ad hereafter introduced, under any pre- excess to the nerson or persons theeto, and in JpprmeJ, July H). 1832. veracity." been the consequences. As I would always se t
the manner oointed out ir the first section of this SERVE than Hatter the people, and have no
tence, into: the Indian rup try. which certificate shall be received in of aft AiN ACT to establish additional land districts in the / when I want hell
and discourses
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Secre- (payment The following is from the Pensmda Gazette. It. phrases, holyday
purchase of the public lands as pointed in said sec- State of Alabama, and for other purposes. I I should find every ge
thedirecnon of the President votes, in fror
shall under thouGht
of War has become a serious
tary lion. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent question with Gen. Call'sfriends absence,
the services of urh bosom sufficient l for
discontinued agents a excuse
cause to b 4. And il further enacted That talives of the Umlcd Stales of America in Congress whether; this therefor
and as may, from Sec. b on proof imputation on his veracity will situation in which I was placed. .1 have :
ib-agiits, interpreters m.chanict made satisfactory to the of the Trcas41cy1 assembled, That ihe tract of country in the Slat/ f
in of I being Secretary > be submitted to in silence as in of Burien'sappointmeut.Ve and w P
time to tnnc, become consequence case devoted this summer to public business,
unnecessary United
Alabama ceded the States
that any certificate issued und*>r this act, or that to by a treaty, on It
ihe emigration of the Indians, or other causes.Approved. ba been, or may be, i issued under the said act of thetwentythird eluded with the Creek tribe oil dians, at the cfty of have no doubt that Gen. Call's vate duties of a no less inijierative ctiaracter. \

Jtt/y9. 1832. of May, Anno Domini one thousand right Washington, on the twenty-fourth day of Marsh, one assertion. strictly true, in the latter case, but would be uncundid in me, i il'I was not lraConless ,

N i ACT to enable the President u.extinguish Indian hundred nnd twenty-eight, has been lost or destroyed thousand tight} hundred and thirty-two, shall f>e divIded he that at one time it was my wish to dtCft
was unceremoniously contradicted and he boreit
tiltes within the State Indiana, Illinois, and Territory hy acchl"n he is hereby authorized to issue to the legal into,and constitute two land districts, by extending a poll at the next election, if it could be done w'k
>f Michigan.Be the east and the line between so well, that it seems to be done now by of iafCoii.stitueiits.
t owner, thereof, a duplstf of such original certificate through same, wet, honour to mvself, and to the satisfaction .
ii enacted by the Senate am? House of Representatives which shall be, respects as available to the township number twenty-two, south of the base line high authority," as often as it is convenient.-For This 1 could not do without \10 .

of the United States America in Congress owner, a tile original cerlificaie would have been. of the Huntsville district, and township number twen- the credit of the territory, we hoe that a candi- Hug a pledge given after the last election, Wan
Assembled, That the sum of twenty thousand dollars Approved, July 9, 1832. ty-four, north of the thirty-first degree latitude. the .} '
fce is for the date, for its first office, will vindicate his honour attempt was made to set at nought
antI the same hereby appropriated purpose the time the Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thai all the land dea.-est
; and of exlinjuu AN ACT io alter holding dlslrictcurtof from such serious tution of the county, and to pru>trate the
holding adiau treaties, finally the United for the State of Illinois. in said ceded territory, south of said dividing line, shall imputations.
within the State of Indiana, Stttt rights of ireemeii, by invading hjf arbitrarY po\t:
>hing Indian title, enacted the Senate and House of be sold at the town ol'Montgomery, and said district "
Be it Representatives --, Aajourned Questions of Gen. Call the
of the Potawulamies lies Ferocity. the elective: franchise. If of my ,
inndfio mlcli of the lands a of the United States of in shall be called the Talapoosa istricl ; and all the land any one
has been t1
*n.tfe State of Illinois and Territory of Michigan. assembled That the term of he district court of the in said ceded tcrrilory, north of said dividing line, shall very unfortunate in his declarations, had consented to be a Candidateand U"a 1D31)t1of
wherein President
'Jlpprortd. July 9, 1832._ United States for the district of Illinois, which is now i be sold at the town of Montevalla, and said distrit. Jackson was concerned. \\ call those who look :o the interest of the terrltor1.
remember the i
\ shall be called the Coosa district : Provided, 'xnctvtr, Berrian affair-how positive the of had consented to relieve
be held the first of and not a party
Adito which the of directed by law to on Monday May,
AN extend the period to carter That the President of the United Slates if la General was, and how flatly he was contradictedby with
r tl4Provident of Clerks wai shall hereafter be held on the fourth) Monday of May may, from the pledge, I should have retired J JplcAslire
Asiaton > limittd. and all have issued shall deem it expedient, remove either, or Doth, of thesaid the President through the columns of the Tele- station 'n winch
trout the honourable
.Bent enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives -, in each year ; process wllch may ,
land offices to other j-oifit in the resuectivt a ph. Ttie first number of the Extra W
ofVhe America Congress or which may hereafter issue, returnable on the said any gi Telegraphhas have. served tor seveial years This course

Assembled, That Unie.ttesof parsed on the fifteenth !. first !Monday of May, as heretofore dIrected, shall beheld districts which they arc established.Sec. arnved, and it discloses another positive and not have been dictated by any repugwince '*ui
3. And be it further enacted That there shah
hundred and nineteen returnable, and be returned, on tho fourth Mon- not -very courteous con&adiction.Vhen the PresIdent -
day of Febra eighteen be a Register and Receiver appointed to each of the aforesaid He life, but from a iie:\re io Me "tirst place to.tba
the Provident nf in each .-ar. called Dr. Ely for proofs Mrs. "i1's
mimed y upon aga'mst
incorporate day May of
ac Land Offices, to superintend the sales of th. the etiects a Jong sea voyage on my
the Civil of he 9, 163-?. Eaton as one item Dr. Ely stated that
.&ssxiationofClerks Department :lpprovec Jvlp Public Lands in their respective districts, who shut upon the There we"e other and minor cOU lderlit4

Unic State., in the DilretofCoumb! and "An AN ACT to auitiorize the Secretary of the Treasu.yto reside at the plac s BesiTiated, give Security in ti-l: information of Gen. Call, JVIrs. Jackson, in her life which reconciled me to such a course.
amendatory of the to incorporate compromise the claim of the United States on the .ime, expressed a unfavorable opinion of Mrs. it
same manner, in the samw sums, and whose compctualion very mortifYing
the Provident Association of Clerks in the Ci?- Farmers end Mechanics Bank: of Indiana. emoluments, and duties, and authority, sail, L'anberlake. To this the President answered, not say 'o you, hqw ceedinjily eIeC II

Jl! Department of the Government of the United States, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives every respect, be the 'same in relation to the la I .v mat as to the allegation, that Mrs. Jackson had has been to me at every :successive

4 in the District Columbia,*" approved the third day of the United States of Americ in Ccnjrrrss vhich shall be disposed of at their offices as are, : <0 unfavorable opinion of Mrs. Timberlake, he to find myself fiercely and b.itlerly asi

March, eighteen hundre and twenty-fire, shall con a emble That tho Secretary of Treasury and be, may be provided by law in relation to the Regilanu new, of his own knowledge, it teas false I!"-(see with every missile ot party wai fa re, perOfl a
amend alter finally
shall -
linue in force or. and is, authorized to compromise, in of $
Receivers of the several otii
untl Con public ubuse
four and five of Extra And invenomed
Dnnu.tbe same. settle the claim of the United States on the Farmrrsand established for the sale of the public lands. v.iges Telegraph.) obloquy, and bi the ol

July 9, 1832. Mechanics Bank of''Indian", on such terms as he Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That it shah I rt notwithstanding the foregoing, the impression hireling press. To one uht> i> consc .
may deem most conductive to the best interests of the ihv duty ofthe Secretary of the Treasluy, as SOOL.tlu. common. here that Gen. Call .s availing himselfthe having devoted with intense labor, and pe..' s8
.AN .
ACT Ihe'flal adjustment o( private lan of President te
fo United States. popularity Jackson, to aid his the ta
; same can bu done, to cause proper plats i hi bet faeulties to
'claims in Miluri. July 9, 1832. of said districts to be deposited in the land .ction as Delegate. We will see whether Jackon's vertng industry : to &n
Be it enacicu ky the Senate und House.of Representatives -ppUtd surveys ests of his constituents, returning
of the United Spates of Ameru in .Congress AN 'ACT to fintth the buUdin the frigate M&cedo- fices intended for them respectively. name and popularity wiU .wed Uj the race their Jpq
jcb1cd, That h ifcall b the1 dcity-rf &* Recorder: n ; \ See 6r AjaL; }RfipSttfT WLMWb Thai t th& com- .40T f Delegate cr iwi? j% 'I.!with tbo hope of receiving

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So* face its sent avers !tics rea3iIn the I823 otb'
to, mortification whir h w '. own condemnation, and the strongest evi- year Ol yu n ym tl mujvjnf i & Mr. Wyatt toxranl Governor DuT16
. t r h' the! deuce of the weakness ness to prove them, & as they implicate the official paid for by the act of.the legislative councilof that
r"\"J eilv, imagined than de-I. and malignity of the written conduct of officer The cause of his'hostility, is ascribed to the i ref-..
Ulflrt' an liolding and
-J ,iuoi and further more furnishes antmportaut, re- .year sal t ofthe
g IS the executive-to .
encountered) this .' most conclusive"spo,nsibte permit Mr. Wyatt to retail
only trust, it is due to him and
not to the
no, I have proof to the public, of the detestable and unheard territory 9thly. Whether there are any records of Indian piritous liquors.
1ibc'1 .,.trf.lv over returned that, I have of 1 resorted that they should l he investigated.. Togh1e DutJ1t accounts kept in office and
ha" means ( to by Governor Duval, to se- ticity to the your whether I Gen. Call, states thai THIRTEEN to THREE of
ilti ; racd with some corresPOIldcnce :; cure his reappointment. Common courtesv to the nor testimony, and to afford to the trover- there was not some time ago,some Indian accountson : the last legislative council were in favour of GOT ,

,'I D black cuards and bullie- set ,;, public, as well as respect for myself] would an opportunity of cross examination ; I am requested I f file in your office, together with some correspondence i ERNORDUVAL.Advices .

rba 11 11.e: irom it would '1m disreputable prevented me from presenting have by Mr. Wyatt, to solicit} the appointment either private or public, between the I -- _________________
whom through the medium of ;an agent, to receive the testimony and to have I Indian from Oporto to the 19th and
hiIt' of I found of the press such a coarse tirade of governor, agents, or contractors, and whether are .
"HiithHitha .
r1 pair tong personal
| > h.fru11iOfl ose as is contained in this leitei a- Governor Duval notified of the tact. I was led to those accounts &c., did not very misteriously from Lisbon to the 18th. Don 1\Ii ne'I'8 '
rtlllO had it
ridiM4'd still morn unpleasant by not been I believe from conversation I had
| tiT a with you, that disappear from office soon after quadron returnd to the 1 '
; f fI the iniMirtanre] attached to it by the President. your my charges agus on the latter
Hff nt'l'l''!." n I Ma< plarcd in towards tI e IVs- ,j'I ,Let the public not forget the object of this representations had been made from sources deemed were preferred against Governor Duval. day from Oporto. '
taken respectable that the individual
I I: hid J IIt'r dirf'ftl.r or indirectly .i and the' principle' recognised in it by the chief preferring the 10th.Vt13t amount of presents has Governor An attack was daily expected
ma- on Oporto bye
was of infamous character.
: contests of the Du val made to the Indians for the last
ihr r.lt (political iristrate of our union. General two years, th
: Searcy tells ofDon
President Miguel.
n It Is
! ; :; C1111 not my purpose to forestal the decision by and whether rifles and other articles
and I received
Jatt we hid: no vote, thoughtInln. Jackson: in substance, that I aspresents A
cau-e am a man desgiv weight to accusations is it reconciliation .has taken place between
illg nor for
and '' titute of talents proper the Indians are not kept by Governor
1- 1proper .rratuitousiy; WiUitonly to cor- I 1 I 1 l.ct he to, COURAGE &c., :lIlc..lli.r that reason i j I that I should suffer charges of serious import to be Duval for his private use, and that of fib family, the King of Kngland: and his brother tho
with I national I ought not investigate the !
r tli f tile t4-rritory a Hedged malpmc- overlooked by denunciations Duke of
general individual and Sussex.
against an given to his friends.
itie ti ic'. and frauds '
f | "y./litili/ h'td party to do u"h our al ',, j President g charged of ;IgaiflSGoV. Duval. The who solicits an investigation into abuse of 11th.l1C ther Governor Duval has had all his Under the new reform act; Liverpool with a
fOnrn. o1I'llr-: approves tile plan and sends the It ,
>I r. Adsm< adiiiitration, niJ t- l power official letters
; uude'r and whether there
are population 203,000 souls has
Ihal t t ter to tHe senate, as a parof the defence any 10,000 votes.
gov's 1 It
r% railed "Jargon men," ; is proper, therefore, that your Excellency letters on fIe from and .
8aitoa ouh( t aie i! ,thus at once the Micnjah Crupper, Daniel Leeds 4500, Greenock 1039 7000.
recognising of Glasgo-v
I > principle rccrimi- sin)Uld be informed, that the who them E. Burch
l\ tho most person sent to Governor Duval indiantracts
'I'ac'd all impoitnnt; pubhe respecting
nation Tho
in not more dangerous the, deaths at cholera
I and hhas
rights been by
three times elected continued
,>reJ Pi a member of the legislative con the
or prices ofcorn fitc. and if
the! admmi-tration ('hanIF" 1 1'f l erties of the so please
ace .u. .0011 people, then it is calculated to close council to about 110
#* of the territory, from the largest: furnish me with copies. average per'day.
Ol'e L1Jt.re WiIoi a "cnenl scramble, the hUt' and I,
tate f rII"I'11: a_iin-t evriy man .\ho did not (( it'S ; a right, which! every citIzen ;JX>SJH\SSCS?, and\ i ior< any office in the community in which they both I is not paid out of the Territorial private Treasury postage &-, of the return of l\li uel'J fleet to the the Ta .

, CIM ih tin"* i OC \. F \ RTY: and nearly nil ,: which every honest man is bound to exercise, alliv tell \iI' th'I i paid annually on that account.13th. gus a disappointment to some, who ;
(0'l\'f'II l 'elm :'SM.-e urit'y4)is, all I tliougii l tyranny may stare him in the 1 f.ice, and I I have the horton to IK, Whether public laws; and other booksSt'nt relied on its falli-'g into the hands of Sartorious
fi : calumny waylay him in walk of -
(' The ten itur bec-amc every hi* life. Your most obedient servant, to the nis
) an governor in official rharacter, and I is
pppnJ-iiits. Following, however the letter in especially as it strongly suspected that
ct*'.r qle-Iion; General JOSEPH M. WHITE.H. which (be ,
r. castofl partlzan- and decayed ought to m the executive th'ce, !havc'fiot the
f"r : real of
J5earcyC4)iicludes this letter cause that movement has
1.j'ldfl) by saying, "I han e[ been his been the ;
given to brother .lolin P. Duval
2 it in whose
con-idcrcd ,
. llri n*. I my duty to romone : not said any thing in this letter I.It'so bad at>out U., December 23th 1830. keeping they now are. discovery of symptoms ()mutiny on board of 1

4 ft t.3tr: 111 the name of tho people of Florida, i iiim (Wyatt) as I have said! to uis fice." Was Gen. : DEAR Sin-I have the nonour to inclose a note 1-lth. How long had Governor Duval a clerk one or more of the veso el The retreat of

lhc- abuses which: was artfully used S. afraid that nis talents: and couraire, as a distin- : f from I the I private I secreiary oh'I the 1 President, in employed at the expense of the to the squadron will, however, have enabled
territory -
r brin f in collision I \\ Ilh I lh I President. I Ito F guished Florida general, would be doubted a t I which he promises on t.e!. part of the executive to i the duties, which, by law are required to perform be L Sartorious to collect together tho whole* of hit

Y ?oi'vcd] to do my duty to the constitution, I Washington, without he iuserted.Ihik silly'bravado. appoint an agent done by himself and secretary, and what anioun foree, and leave little at hazard should tho

. "ilota without() regard to the con1 presume he was, it is nevertheless, 'ery unfortunate I am your obedient servtut; has been paid to said clerk, and whether wtnlithere again eaetny -
venture to
to lUclf.I I am .ratified to fid for him, as the following facts, to which he JOS.PH M. WHITE.WASHINGTON was a clerk employed the} I sea.
m executivell.ee
.1t ,rnre, to { It must have alluded, will I think, fully explain the Governor DuvaFs Extract of a letter from the Agent to Lloyd's ,
conduct have sons, have been
and been not
lilal 111 vitinliie." justly matter. Sometime before Gen. S. wrote this letter December llth 1830. and paid several bundled; dollars out of etr.piovtd: I at Oporto, August 18 :-Admiru! Sartorions
f ., 'ailed: i have ro4-cntiy received so u a- I Ivy he took exceptions to some rcmaiks of mine, delivered DEAR SIR-Itf Hie first visit I made to the President by Cimgsess, for the expense of jpproprialions the'- is, 16 till off the bar, but two or threi- of his

uticltJtI"n' fr.nn my old friinJs. who have in debate in the council, on calling on me after arrival here I ( vcS.ts! have not him
legislative joined
e my inquired what I.posihCln *- council t for ;>erlbrmin< the same, or such CM to i 9 o'clock
" iood bJ mc thro'lgh oud and evil report that t i iI : for an explanation, not more th I n one or two words had heen made 4)1 I ihe charges prelerred by lilies: as should} have been performed by the said'L this morning. I our vessels of 26 each

11 them if it irIrpleSu1Te i i. had passed, Iwlbre an encounter between us ensued I against G4> DliVal guns ,
I. I hate decIded to serve again i you vernor awl whether it was cle rk. at teat, will be ready to join him irom hence .
r to )honour me with their oufi-: I do not pretend to decide upon its rC tnt. It is e- not intended to Invc them illn'tl'l',tecl. He demanded 15th. Please state from dates in office thewhole next week. Don
o your .
( Ult gil!i to that I have Miguel's squadron has
considered of not
say always that tile
fur governor an answer and that time Governor DuvaJ
vain ,
It t< in ) demagog-ION: to raiseabout : ont has been absent. fromtht been since the
dcCe. I received full! satisfaction for the insult otfercd had been seen 16th. Don Pedro
me given, denying, and palliating; ail of since his
them territory
Tho-e and
g absx-nco. w ho appointment, if he has
. t1iiflrur my the least anxious sny: Ii IiClost by him. Even myconductonthat occasion, 1 think I requested permission to see the answer, and wa- not permuted his clerks! to afik his official signa- making the greatest 'xeitions to put the city
are of course to seeemy : ouiflit: lx the in a state of "
most convincing proof to the jren- told that tile papers'were sent to the clep 1I'Iila'III; I i lure to document-, whiUt ne was delen( .
return) would cause them as much I eral tii.it I do not lack to sustain of stale to which 1 I unnect'FSarilyab- Lxtract fiom
U courage my- place was refcned. I iiavecalled sent, or neglfcting the. duties of his ; a merchant's letter, Op rto-
absence pivt s then the afI: I set! This was the only time that there three .
Ml ifgrrti a my ever was times and the papers hive nut yet iiC1IeCtftiitV' .yours &c., August 18 :- ihe stale of affairs in Villa

Jr..i1t. jictationol it. Public offices an public pro- an angry word passed Inifveen him and myself.The : been found. [The President toid me tnai .Miver- (Signwl) \'\ ILLIAM \VY.A TT. .N ova will, for the present entirely

the pertyt to be disposed of by the people, accord general has thoujrM; proper in this letter, to no; Uuvai ii4t either hunseilj or someof .us mends November lot J 83 J. shipping wine, as we in prevent our
oul KIT Jo their pleast.re, and I #inr' rel\ hope the I peak, or either attempt" to reflect uponhathe represented j 01", III an most unfavourable light and. The above clJJ! ).J recl with the original and certified : taiion of that place momentary expecv J
will be conducted without thoso dis- 111"obscllritv" This again I think, is un- i j Guarded you witu altering a reconl,4>r .1 J.Iof! theegwhtive to be coiiect.November being occupied bv Miguel's -
j trjt lortunr/te; fc him for troops, and it will be j
) men who live in "glass coi.ncil. vindicated \ot. fi4)in tne UIIjllst I- 14in J 1831. impossible! to at
which have
fu-t.o, per: characterised houses, should not throw stones." The t far I tend to business under such
Jre fluCSliollmight imputation, as as was informed( 4>n the JAMEs D. WKSTCOTT Jr.Secretary circumstances,
I t Ben heretofore. I have: never appeared be- j be nsked, who is this Gen ScnrcyYhcre su bject. II and we do not attempt to take freight for
ate Florida. England
, fJre the public only iu self-defonce, and hall I j jCllhUtu (: did he conic from ? and what was his trade and 1'he gm'CrtlOr'lOte to the late secretary of the of it present. All the smaller

\at 'I. ; e to act on that principle so J far as I occupation; before he received his Florida honour ? ten itory, requesting him lo write some thing ;a- SECRETARY'S OFFICE, TALLAHASSLE, houses, who have but limited capital struggling and credit t

gD(IIII.wed.I A reflection, however, upon the obscurity ol'> anindividinl gjiust you: hut he refused.] I intend to demand a Novemt 14th 1831. 5 here, and d4 pend the '

a.IU I am with great respect, yours, I think an honourable and sensible, copy j of illS answer, ami St nd It to .\ oil, .uul soi.citin SIR-I have received yor: leiter of'n.e futh return to met t their upon regularity ot their ;

'n.IIIe. JOSEPh :\i. WHITE. man incipnble of: i i investigation, due alike to you ami to the COlllItry I ins[., and have read it attentively. engagements are daily .J I

Col. \\ illiams, have no doubt, states in his letter I think tile jwpers jie .H'I in tile PUS l'S-IOII I admit generally the I ol individuals! have Sol[ pnii: payment, and they must unfortunates. ;1
rig to
olD. what he thought to l bc true, writing it as I he4lid of the Presidents private secretary. 1 will see him I copies 4)1* most 4)1 the pur>m: III ofhce I lv Le ruined. At this moment we arc sur ,i
TO TUI3 PLBL1C..NO. I, under a excitement of interest. Co in the papers lilY roimoed. bj 24,100
.l1.J'S strong )1. mneali&k,I 1(1 It rs a "privilegevh.c i I i :. 1 have not i.eiietoluic i of 3IiguePs troops, every
III. Williams at the time Ilc"rll' this letter, was i in.Iort'r I am iiittI There moment
..J'S.th ; II:\ one. i.-" i.ut, huts evet, *ny act' oxptcting an attack. Our force,
iv continued I have for Governor Duval in the Bank of Florida Your 4)bed.ent zt't \3I1t, of of howevt-r, h a'
l. O\n\ tn indisposition not, t Congress, or. tins territory. requin.g me to re being strong, and the city well
af'ie;; tue number for I for 1; six or tii't: thousand dollars- -, and u ; tI i he I .jUaEPH M. WHITE. furnisa li.. ed I
L..t'rl t,1 prepare: present the llltl I copM's 01 my uronls I or nie.', ;iiul m a4lmittrtig ( po.: and well fortified, we
bend ".mt'1 1 l ..a this; \\"f'eh.! I has tlC whole of Governor Du\l'S properly nior t- YVlLLIAN \\TAT?, Eoqr. me right above' .stated, 1 i a\e con:lllt-rtd a w II l be repulsed by expect they .:!

u 'I In .n ttr.t n %i..liter, I tsmfl!'die broad ground I ijiged: even down to the smallest .I t1cle of i iIOUSiu.ld ditci I *>cretion irstni! with myseifj to jt.dge 4 It f the use '1 be retreat of I our gallant little band.

flat i,. tfu .t'-nlr i )uvals; dinner sjK'CCi.es! reliiff I furnilur to indemnity! dim, I de nevertheless; WASHINGTON, May; 14th. 1832. > wliicn M-cli TOUR'S weie to l le applied ; the nature : tho Miguel's fleet to Lisbon hap 'Tr

'be,I J to Ul. (..,"' i-i.ll't winter befbic tin' Presidentjadse I no' dtnibt, thought the safest plan; was to keep the DEAR SIR-Duv.il w.;,s (:conlin.-.id onU u-n vitgaluist Cs and all the circumstances of the ajp-ci! lani. given Constitutionalists great spirits. ti

I. lIe V.H' hn-e. I lu S'ijtnrt} of t.us. I now, .i o'd man in a little longer, so that his salary, and a l : him. The senate; ilttid'-d tiial, 'in oi.i.gtssieriou. ,; i ; In this ca:e, ,our object is avowed to be the acj i i ALMUU'i Ii; hug. 25.-Arrived thn .}- ih

n. 4':I; t., ti.e jn.i.l.c: ti.c annexed! I testimony &.C., that' which!: h<> could continue 14) squeeze out (t theiTovermnent SlI .*. they could not I l'cen-Iletter-, certificates; 'j I U''flft'Iflt'It of mliirn.ation! ) ) Ulfiuil %VllIC.. to jiediCMeaccusations ban, Meamer, bhe left Constantinople 17ih of 'j'

a.1 the real in I : would! pay up the note. There. i ir and exparle ;am'd.ivits. I { : July! iapoh
i .ic;' xvri! jctivr courselaKen that w.luleI Olt : yg-anist {o\"t.'rlIr: Duval, Lefore the; and Malta on the 18th. At
0jj I part of Co Williams statement, which I must a a a a a a a President
Hit'r poI I L and Senate ol the United States Constantinople! she a sstf'd in
jjP r Il'I"\rrt''p ..aJICl' between the President I, I siiively contradict, and must cal| on him f lor proofof I am "vour friend. Von make various and 4lifierent requests of me 'lurki-h fleet con.'iVtiu towing the I;:11
COl.1 oi tuo
II .Lit(, JUtt, inv* ';;!, t. l'1I.l'r1ta_ the I.i.. his assertion. I shall, JIW'r, in \'ervhort. JOSEPH M. WHITE.Extract -you, wish me: ascertain whether or and c- ships of 30 ,. '

.4 G ktlt'f ,fsIt1 J udg""' iir.icxcnnd;..,wili clearly: show: j j'! time prove the <:contrary, it he,says that: 1'kllowlI such and s.ch: a geneial character, and import papers] are guns Morinora., five two.dC'f ken", ti, the sea of .li I !

Y JVt tio, you \\ish copies and ex; whence they i'c'ed: 'or A -re. ) I

.ej t.('t'1I1h" C-'lllll'(1' tne te-iituony i oiteied ill suppi 1)- : prove this ? even after I show; that is i not the ll'yalt, dated tracts from them. Some; ol" these! papers are letters i bey were badly manned 'l rc. ,n n'Hcr''je! ,..' \

"U ):rt''4'Uit'! l'.'i- t s. UJXMI tlC ground that i: ; it was : f fact, by unexcepti4)nable proof; his remarks rd a- WASHKVGTOAM.iy2Gin 1832. the propriety of t furnishing: Copies j of which, dsciplme. The Madaga.xar 1.., H ,.?t ,::rN l'
Ie c.rfart/',ft- 1e..1. 1i:.CII by sotue .ieir.: i fir a utlioriz(-d!i I. tive to tiC retailing sniritous liquors; Ileave nllt: : Duval is here still, uuacijuitted, or rather untried 1 am disjHJsed; to doubt, especially[ t4> be used as ved there from Acre, here the fcfficrr** were !

lv'' .:Itti.t', i'reM.lent, .di! !. i.ih: I'f'peah'd-I{ li him to explain, for I confess inn. entire I ignorance lor b no investigation took place, on account of the you< proposeYou have: also asked for copies of vi-itcd b} the Pacha who pieented
vn'4Jii.-te' ;. ,mwho\ : at <-liiue promised to : of the remarks. I hnvr never I Iweii "ervilHllf determination of the beaaie"hoi to bear the secret records oh't1ie council order a sword r.utj I
apI I ejrparte tes I, im lor divulging and to each three "
f'WI *j d i-iit t. ule tje! {; retailing; or drinking rpiritous liquors, and 1 1I timony.To which seaman_ cfoILr .-
f ; tostimonstill: refusedut has been made-, and you put several The Uelv'idera Actaeon Hi .
I he!itf ii J j tu db I i'i). Tins corrc {rtt tt.'IlCt' to- I never knew that the governor granted [>erniiis to interr4)gjitories as to personal ol and the Scylla sloops ,
my knowledge
; rluer" ,Hit tne lettri-s oj (jt' Se.nry, an.l 1.va the citizens of Florida, to do either. James D. Jf'eztcott Esqr., acting governor of matters, of which, you must know, no record i ucrcdc pati-hrd on the 6th July from l'opal;, :
tl .. .. _, t4 I
IIi JVIr.!
> \Vnrrinir.
t\\.II.1Ii'\ Col.I W. WYATT. : n' nnonl
: ; tustlMT i.i hotnat: tut Pro-idmt Florida, &c. ki4thly. .;l't in any u .,,..,.-.v.L4Hkmgat -, our r nf Trinoli

(I J..J t tea* iiid-.c-i ti proteci tin'! milj: >nici.ces &c. of SIR-I have respectfully to to furnish I ihe nature of t the communication who had subsequently been obliged to embark; i f

G'1Il'rUIII' J if<1,11,: -l.i ml en ws iiul .ihusive i H- NEAR T.1I.s1rAsr.r.Deccm1r 13th 1530.To me, to be used before the President request and Senate of t the object avowed in It, and all tile cil cmustanc: s, I in ont of them, the Pacha having refused

' :,.rg tc. .:i'J if, .fs-ntatmns ;igunst: ; my private and> the President" rf, the United Stales. the L'niird Stales, certilied or absinicts of and likewise tit I fact toateverai of your inquiries lo pa) 100,000 dollars due to British subjects : :

c .j puttie;. c Ji. icii-r. ::., de too b tne persons c. SIR:-Herewith will receive a of he t ccords and copies would! be as well, it' not! more pmjx-riy! directed to I wli.rh; the 1'acba cfrirmed he i
r ;; .' .. 'JlCl'fIIi YOI copy a following doci.u.ents, if to be timud! l lin had no means to
la I Co + men, wneiner false: or true [iM'Iit ln against conduct otfice viz fin-t ( jlt'r pel sons, and public oticerI have ti.is i f ': ', ::11
t V K-siJciit btutui tlt }public of GU'rorDI your : --The date of the appointment in pi.} having gv..u ali hi* crops to the French
* "ttlltul b.Us. t) know', had nothing to (h) t \" l. which was handed to me [ a request of Jialt of the Coiuitv" Court of Leon, awl! case thought proper; to decline giving answers, Itt.j lor cl.iims: i the> hud on hm. : J.I.,
1 trjI1; HI) uiij,>c'n.xf .iul! il"' >: Hocused 1 I would he queries it propounds. Il _
that send
. ] .irty it to This the date of woi.id
your excelellcy. jxtiiion :- I theIr nomination to the council awl rejected impose great; nILss1;is
.If'.If'r Lie lraLI1 .
about All. 24.
t..jtei 'c.jarful lneii and trouble: j ; dead Calm
h.tve comnrticul.irly I inibrmed 4>n me which ,
) am of
1 / was signed by many tlc t I j by that body, and by whom they were nominated in my pie"ent j pnjvatlcs ,this
. 1I11t1.fdlljlOIIUI'1 dJ 1 : 11\'l'ruUJCIJI ( tK, when r most! respectable! citi/cns oi St. Augustine, a in 1S23.2Jly. tate of Health I I could iu>t encounter, although I : i place. Arrangements are in ,

. TlJetorrl'1'I/I'llIleu'ce mn otter niyoivn te. *>timoiu! to pl'Oe Iht n. I presented o Mr. Ad.rtns, 4> winch fact the dee- The session that Mr. Cox of Nassau his consideration, would be overlooked, but lor t.e l'ro-rx-ss for sending Plenipotentiaries to vaiious ) %

.a bet t u ecu the' K-cretary ot't theimself. gate can more fully inform member ul her reasons stated. powers. A courier arrived
tcmIOrJtld you. county) was a of the legislative council, yesterday w'ib i
} tlcntcl 1 C 1. iViiite: in connexion, uitli tile site- I am tod! that o'ernor.DU'al, i is now prraltly and the dIte of his commission as JuJfre of Nassau Ii'tue President or Senate of ti.e United States, ati auto r.ph letter irom the Emperor of AusUiii I 4

" < ubus.ird I m in 'cllJIllIlIlJIwill getting certificates, from of the ho.Id; consider any paper in this lhce of in ]
. I FT, ShOW some !cutleren, county court, aud whether !hi.-; pomtnienl; as con(1uexce answer tit one addressed to him
. \ashingion and that tit ,pubnc oJ ik.rolll at t o \101'1 have referred as witnesses, my charges : was sent up, or confirmed, by the legislative council se : in a.ny investigation relating to the g'O"ernor iviiig Leopold. The cholera is by \

," : in this -iriton. wnen evidences : : t him. Some of those persons ,I knewat at the time he was a member. or huuhl regard any representation( tit" what in thi 'making cruel; ,j
ravages city
hHi/!&ii, and where it was and is Ktill to I lie the time be night l'IC h'8tiJJIOUutlicielalv > ; number of deaths hasucrcueti
to my declaic
, wind personally friendly to the gO'ernor 3dh The vote of JVIi. Cox, at the same session to it .
tuat will lo 47
. convict Govvmor Duval .if the mat it should be j day. M. Degorges
ar ; awl in fact, have aggrandised themselves; upon the resolution approving of John P.DiivaPs roper taken, I am read.) to an- Lrgrand
sw, wenclosed against: any examination of der his wer their requisitions their member i of the Senate, and one of ihe
, 1bt :hlic patronage; and wouhl, I have no doubt, conduct as commissioner or Tallahassee. or surnu.ons. greatest
r ?*of nr uk XVhether: this violataui of he to 1ratthim, uive privately such statements as; Stale wi.ether there were any officers Si'ch a course, I regard in ihis-case: as most I iiiiinulatttutrs; in Luropa, died yesterday of
JJT.it a ciuu, u ho seeks scrutiny into tin- I proper] as otherwise Governor Duval 4 hi> disease.
con- the
whole facts
3 l might and
af or as coul easily appointed 1 li>r the county court of Hamilton, i fortiie
, jhiUj servjnts, vas occisione l by tue two l he his probably with justice, would of -" -Lno.E- '. __
ttKf.,diet'i' uilcr T'ctmciltt to interest:- on the. year 1929 and part of 30, which the law approved con.--lain( partial .
> 'words whose jrener.il ccmiml l, 1II()se : other they were called upon by the govmcnt in 1928 required, and if there was not a iml nnji.st statements, as he is not here to see .dlUElJat t>Xarks, Brig Tailahass. eUrlgl1t.

I were' and too, for laudable: and uiilaudable) ) to state publicly in the presence of'the parties I written application made at the session of tue.same uinself and J his ..cts properly represented and ex- *1; t.ays.Iron. Aew York, to Peachy i* Asachir.tler.-.....

I r-tue public must dt'ci1tFor my part I their evidence would be materially different.It I: year for such apjwinttnetit, by the representative gained, as m such statements t:1c.-y'should: be, ands -al'gbl and erchandiac to l'caehy & tacki'aici, K- rr &
" ''tel' ; lead to believe that public! records I was whl a view to avoid this difficulty, that I ;.' the said county. : such statements as yon seek, would necessarily ltd. '1 aiiahass.ee sundry, erohams. aSt.. :' ark, Magno-
public :
. zew1 1)ro t'rtUld accessible I to allY ci ti- desired, as I )\most respectfully request L; oh 5thly. Whether the bond of John P. Duval it f furnished without his explanations! be imperfect, riioniasvukOto.Uuincy.-Pa ai tn d .Blonticello.. Fioriila, ana
WIlIJCS ers-
.. censure at to use them either for't))r.lIe' or you, to appoint an agent to come into the Territory commissioner of Tallahassee not antedated] thirteen :.ml aJ-H, as he wouL in tegcrd to my answers to I Hill, harley, \\ hiring, 1 h.ni: |>so u,aim essrs.Coleman.Wcstcott,
l any rale, that they were not kept to and take the nterrogatories to me, t lur"un4)fKcial information St. Marks Oct. '
ptu1tt fraud evidence-allowing each party to monti.s, end if you did not mid it under care IS, 1&3:..

., c.Pt"w[ who and corrupt ioi, \upon the rights of l P rononnd such questions to the witnesses. as they I of the governor, and if the penally of said bond is avi' no opn| >rtunity to lender cross interrogatories Sshr. Swift, Capt. Quircy. from Baltimore, carve -

, Mrt""C.11t pay for keeping them. may think proper, uchmg the! subject J alid a Iso, not much less tnan that of any other commissioner if f lie considered what I staled, of any importance. g o\ to Kerr and Sture Preston Jones, R.
I lx'rl! >"aly! knowing to to collect the evidence. I have furnished you the cpyofyour letter %:. "e1l1ord, K. K. West
. Uiefrai'vl'seifortb many euincnUry I and il it is not without >es, and if it is yourequested. and others.
. I M.v this I in the intt rrfg"Jtoril's"hen I think it tine to me, and to tIle public interest, I not by law made the duty of the governor, to takea -

. "" Duval sj peak kIHtwinl1I\-anJ c.alll.'nC'ernor that every facility lk afforded( by which a t full de- giHd and sufficient bond, and safely keep the 1 am, Sir, respectfully, CLEARED.

cureat'.Hntr..r if he denies the charges, to pro- velopement of the whole t facts could be :rived at. same, and if there arc not 110W suit pending be- Your obedient servant, Schr.. Ann Howard, Kemball, for Ncw.OrIean

j The t'ndellCt', fetatement fiom Mr. \Veslcoti.of Sluiuhl this course, or any similar one be adopted] tween the territory and the contractors t for build- JAMES. AVESICOTT Jr. by Kerr and Sturge _

. ( aii, Col. Gadsden, C4 l. Thomas,, & by you, I pledge myself to; prove every material'f ing the capitol, which was made on the part of the Secretary of Florida. RuPOAJi'jj be -
the gtkj fortune show um Governor Duval, had I f fact wtforth in the I woul myself have territory, by the said John P. Duval commissioner .Maj. W. WYATT. P'oTember text, by the agent received of the United until the 30th

lnd tu avail himself the testimony obtained statements from in which the of at Quincy l.onda States
many persons acquainted imperfection this bond, and the for furnishing such
0"J tnned "I men who had always opposed and with the fjct had I not conceived any rxan bond of the contractors are ptead by said contractors True extracts from the papers filed in the case of intrncd Lruxs, and such ku-dsoud descri number ion of hard
i : of Tin-
I ell L.v 2 the : pr.blicacts, which wae nut exclud2 vestigations to be ilihr1 to Governor as justification lor the non-compliance with Governor DuvaJ, before the Senate of U1liie ocr, i Ian!. ai.d other Lumber, as be?
may required for
I M jinte, as the witness were >crsonally have been the that Mr. their Stales, in 183:2.: :.UC U>.,id.iig of an Arsenal '
r ent i t \\ | ill by delegate, contract, and if said contractor together ..her Powder Manzine, and
*1t.iJall uslall.rton. Dona/on.: your private secreta ry, that im- with said Duval commissioner:: have not drawn James Gadsdcn, made oath that during the buildings, on the ApjwilacLicoia river": the n.a
btinlon.v reserve for some further remarks upon 1 this puUilions against my privlt character, had len some twelve thousand dbllars, from the fund raised year 1826, corn was both scarce and high iu price, the to be delivered at such point on the river, bet
prt.etit another time, and will only for the made to you, with a 'iew to induce you, not L to from the sale of the Janus given to Florida by Congress that tur his owa.suppiy he had to pay from 150 to I bweetwaier junction creek of the Flint and Chatahoochce, and

IItbflt t.e'say! tiiat a seems, the witnesses in giving take any notice of those charges, or in other wordsnot without their having a single stroke struck Q dollars a bushri), and incur expense of waggon. when burned, to be, as majr be designated. The Bricks
eight inches
*t La 11"11'tl1nCln.,chost'different niodei pn>p< rtionrespectiveinterests to i investigate them, regardless of any imputations upon the capitol, or any cs.seiitaI services perfor- i ing SO to 40 miles. That iu one instance Gover- I ., ide, and two and a quarter inches long, by thick.four mrhca

apPL\:1Jkd ; Col. Gatkdenwasr'ri which GoVcrnor Duval could make or cause med to the territory,for the same, and if ttyere is nor Duval, divided with him, a supply ()f corn he 'nek vril be received. The timber and other KQ s}ft

\' 'ovt'nu'r as soon as the nomina01 to be made to you, derogatory to my character. I not a formal refusal made by them, either to go on received from New-Orleans, which from invoice, to be delivered in such quantities, and of such luntber.dimensions .

maiiab! was j ot through the senate ; by D's must remonstrate against such a course asbcmgat with the work, or refund the hTbney. charges &c. amounted to 2 Q8-100 per bushel." as may be required from time to time. ro Ad.

1 m jijs favour, iherelore( lie "niakesU.wlljllhfc war with the true principles of our governmentThe < 6thly. If Governor Duval, did not appoint R. David Thomas certifies( about thy rent of office, vance ofmoney will be made on either crntracrut

t. othri who had some trifling j party private or public character of a petitioner, C. Allen, and company, to locate the university says building was large, contauiingseveral rooms I payment and will be nlade for Bricks or Luml-er hcniusjxjcted -

/ weflt-cMmlywrfi/y. who seeks constitutional. redress, or correction of lands in the territory, and if it was not known then I l building expensive and rents high, occupied until i will be received. Bond, and approved seturay.
i.lt'u'1 reiiu'rcd for
Du'V1 C'iarl'tl; 'rife! Co;. White, that 'Cover nor a base p4>wer, I humbly conceive, have nothing 1Skcr in the executive office, that those persons were a- Noverafwr 1923" tracts. :&'hc roposals, the faithful be performance oldie con

1 *rard Mr: !lavrof nie aruoiiff tner things, of altering do with the guilt or innocence of the accused. :' gents to locate the Asylum lands, and if the twu David Thomas, also certifies that the governor Quincy, Florida j October must post 1832.paid.

: \oruor thc ,.islitivc counciL The certainly would have 1 been more proper fc. locations was not made at one and the same time,P i is popular with the Indians, and with the The Southern Recorder MltIet.'gvilh.the to\\
wu people
b.ie. tertory |0 Mr M-Carlv% lalf secritaor of f nor Duval, to have himself insisted upon an investigation by the company, and if Uoveruor Duvol, did 110tiltl'eat. &c. crat, and Enquirer at Columbus_ l.tmG
> askinir him lo }lil1 him; in this calun than to have to load with ; by letter the council ,lacon Telegraph, and
*,ot WiC41 lie attempted me legislative to pass a I General Searcy, says, Mr. Wyatt is a man of I Messenger at Macon, will please the .
copy a
j the 4 ivernor, well knew nis I LrnI false slanderous The would resolution which he afterwards bove advertisement, five
eT' IUd tlt't- and imputations. one approved, giving moderate capacity, very am hi tons of popular ta successive 'WCt ks.
d ge \V.li c""vicled, *jy the evidence! Of i nave been some evidence of innocence, but the to this! company, two sections of the best land located your, but has not intellect talent, honesty or '; .>'1 (.-tlx w ceks after dau; application wui lo

i\u'al 'H'lotliets, knowing the fiH tr. GOV-; other is a convincing proof of his guilt. which is worth 10,000 dollars ; for these incompatible age, to sustain himseltl" Again speaks of l' made to County Court of Leon County for let.

) La' a'dllf"'fen, thlJglll! to lake an advantage >fa 1 have attempted to repel this ungenerous attack services, and they only of about three, ntfiance, duplicity, and obscurity" and cour-I .us of administration on ihe Estate of George :Hura

tI1d IDY"*If and in Wjl5ch ex
.;ii ; but ill this he mat way ul>servi; his base ..leh herewith inclosed, winch i beg you 10 read. '-a law, the duty of the governor to perform this service bout him as I have expressed to his face." October 23d, 13?. .

1ate Metrt't.1r was mistaken, he did wit find ram, Sir, with himself by special agent on'the part and at L (Signed) I. G. SEARCY. 'lOt,

) quite as pliable as bii colonels high considerations of respect, the expense of the United States. Addressed to Gen. JACKSOK. MEDICAL -

ha\'egt'rab about: T3aahas.Vhat four obedient servant 7thly. Whetlier Governor Duval has not been The .undersigned have formed
ever I Robert W. IVUliam in letter a partnership
the mal a to the President
Cui aa3,11 personal Mfcrencc between Mr. M W., WYATT.VASHIWGTOIT in the habit (for instance)) of .meeting the charges II says :-'* The charges, of Wmf Wyatt are under the firm of CREWS & TRIPE, for the
ny1f I exploded
and have :Ih"avsewed him too against the government for 1829, out of the 'ap- calumnicS' originated Mr. prac.tice of the diflerent branebes of tile ecleiir.

.. II 311 II. 01'lilgfIIuiliule4," U> bccDine. the UKI! of such "> December, 18th 1830. 'propriation fur 1830, so as always to keep in the spirit of reveng? alid personal by hatred.Wyatt, in a of medicine. They have on hand an exten c '

lutl 8 ra tl ful, ur to assist ID'giving weight topen gIR.-i have bad the Iwnour to receive a note arrears to the government, one entire years appro them I know lo, be false, and believe them Some of supply of fresh medicines which !they will dis'.
( all
t ': .,1': 11 act as he was thus called si from your private secretary, stating that you had priation. terly witnout .founda on and,.ruiIicjuU ut of on liberal terms. Their office is in \' ebb, ,.;
The \ i considered the answer of Governor Duval, l, to> the Sthly* Whether 'any other stationary( was ctt my Acquaintance with the Since County. H B. CREWS,

letter of Gen. Searoy, dcscrvo I,diarges agat hiw 81tUfactorl ,,/roo V. C twd 1%, -\V.'>Vi&iais, by the- executive, IUd r&uforoiw foatred )13) fthjlr parties$;CWz, a ll vindictive U& pa- \\VbYi 4L'it J', lJ'i8f TlllffC',





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.r-1 I ___ _;:::-__. f1 _- .J S t mW Am mU1)ncDnEJm Q rX wcclcs after elate application -wnl be made to Sale. PROP!SAL8
the county court of Leon comity, for letters of 1 Act of the Lr i.siuiCouncil pas- FOR #
j LARGE and complete ns ort- o special carryiiigthe the Mails
A administration on the estate of Robert Hrigh.: % Into: of Bi sod on the 22d January his for the relief of thiIKUS t lor two years, Com the oftle: :'... .--'
mt-nlof Fresh Drills and Medicines,just received Will h E. -
said county deceased. SA3ICEL C. of the estate of Is acLf. Tea-uc Dcc'd. to
from New York and Baltimore\ for sale, holesale Sept.r.Ur 25Ui IS32. 5G* Will be, seIeTbefore the Court I ouc in Montictllo.m t following( ( .thirtv-first Post day 1Jt .
and retail. Merchants and Practitioners
t Country supplied all the i'
in October next, ret
the fourth Monday
/ on the most acccnimodeting: terms.EDWTSEIXAS.. will! be received at this
PURE V IKE estate of Isaac ,
Druggist, Magnolia Florida. Sixteen Town Lots, 9th day NovcmU-r. in -
&C. '
1 t 29 41 tf FRESH DRUGS their And fill tle: Monday l follow !
M'\y I with imprCl'H'MtlltS.
;i ti ;&!kir i 1i 1.Ii: :civtd 'y u:' in i alia: av.ee: from iDlY, in Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable Brief 2177. From. l\Iunti .' bct'.1

\ : WILLIAl\l L. HASKINS : I.W'Ilk a small lOt oi i l h* f-Slovvinjr; wines:- Store situate on Broad-slrett. to Magnolia, m Leon before tt'-

H'I any business in the city ol. NEW YORK Madeira, Cette Madeira, Port, The terms of sale, will Iw made known OH the days once a week. telIlents w l

I and promptly and faithfully execute any Commissions; Marsala Claret Hermitage rtf a1c.'r[ ( M. BLACKBl RN, Leave Monticello (\

; MADE and sola \c1oIea1e and Re- entrusted to him by his friends in Florida, and the public Administrator Arrive at Magnolia cents per
and Canary. May 1st. 1S.V3Mm'r 17: fin. Leave eaeh fU
Frederick cruoty, Aid. by C llerston, generally. MaguJa, fo
t 1 ,concerned in the Patent with lr Judkms. IV ew -York, July 1S32. 52 tf These wines have been imported with particular reference : ( cotrl, .triVd.'e Jhsi
1; The above Ointment is offered to the public as a to the wants rf the sick, and arc warranted to JOHN \\ ASHIISGTON, & I"wlI1 St. AU

I tale and cnrlaiii remedy for those obstinate disease NOTICE.The undersigned has be PURE UNADULTERATED JUICE OI'TllEGit l JohN c. 'V.A. IING'' !, 1 2473.once in two .'

iotnc of which ha\c su Long baffled the skill of medical and attorney in fact for APE. They will be sold as low as wines of their vs : V ],1 1umpril. l.eavc St. .Augu onalI\ I ir-

science. Seaton Grantland! and Vanish Carter, and the heirsof quality can be afforded for CASH O\ Y. \\'ILLIAi\1 L.I1ASKIXS,&. 6 AG M.Arrive. be paIl's
: 1st White Swelling every description. Charles illiamsun, and is intrusted with the care Those whose accounts of last year remain tine, arc JOHN BiliGI IT. J
Jid $ore L*>g8and Ulcers f long standing. of their lands iu Florida. All persons are fonvarncd requested to settle them by fash cr note, without: : JOHN WASHIXGTON,& Tampa

3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumoure. particularly from committing waste on the same, and those desiring further delay, as no further credit will be uiveii after RICHARD WRIGHT, 1 P. 1\1.

lho!e hardened tumours in women's breasts which olleu- to rent may do so on application to the subscriber. the I ISthof July next, to any one whose accounts of!' t's : Tn .'Jm!"f5 t. Leave Tampa Bay :G 51'
times terminate in ulcerated eancf THOMAS BALTZELL. last year may then remain: UI1 cttll'll. WILLIAM L. IIASKINS,& I A.M.. t; tnlJ the .
4th Felons, or what I'llme people know by the name Webbvillc, February 14th! 1832. 26tf E.: B. PERKINS. JOHN BRIGHT. J J A.T1\-C at St" his (alU'1 I

of Catarrh of every description. Tall.h 1 c(. JnueSCth: IS3:. 43 tf.JI.IAiO 0 ICE is I.erelty given, of the institution of the 6 P/M/ In&tm W

;: 5th ilheumalic Pains of the JoinL'I. ]))(. JOUJfM'LEMORE."If 1'OKTE for SaJe.f. .-A I r. above staled suits, on this day, by the issuing i .f 1\ o. 2479. L JY,('U th", mc r- e

GUi Sprains and Braises uf every description or in EStECTi i ULLYhifonns the cit writs of attaol-iut therein, returnable to October den qI"er
_.w_. in hVntoider I if! ofltrcdl to Appalachicola .:
tS'hate\er situate. "I 1 er t I Iiis.rim.e'iu evc< 1S32 of said I ci-urt. L O
7th Tetters pait of all kinds. In complaint, the pa- /s IZOHM t '1 allahds&eu, and its vicinity, that he l sale low- Aj!ply in E. SLlX.iS.Magnolia term, \\'ESTCOTTJr.. once a wec'k.Leave hours oi tult1--
to the h atcattdhi svlf in Jnscity.IS" } ; I 11183-2 J 52 tf. Pl'tT Att" g to 10 0
j3cnt. in applying the Ointment must keep part any. J. I 'UTll, S Quincy \'
t be found his office door in th'' e
lie at next toHoctor's
Oat; of water may \lperit'r Court, Middle JDiMrict of Florida, fur the S. p''mlwl' I'd$ 1S3 !. 5 wSI rival ot the mail jYdock L
t afiected by frost. Parser a"n, Bradfi'id. or at his residence cor : claSS, frflr.1
tith Ciniolains, or parts County Gadsdi'ii! j
It 11 ais i one of the best remedies .for Burns and ncr of Adam-and Call streets. NICHOLsON" ) 4i4I4Iili cl.I'iP UJ3'r'\( noon, arrive at A pp I p.M, ,

Tscalds it eases the pain and draws the tire out in a Tall hao.o.c' Mar h Gui 1 IP32.: l83m1T VS : \ FOR CA 'll. day b> 7 j). 31. : \ j1l1'i.

1 t flhortttmeFor and jlandular, New store) till the Suwannce.ui <". .E.&H.J.SHELTON.f TIE subscriber, at his hew store, corner of Jefier- Leave A 'lf,iflCU"ill.a, ;
Il1flumed'omen'! breath HIE defendant notice tint the above case -F 5 A. 31. )
f T and! Monroos/reets offers for sale to the public at arrive at : (c1il1f
edicine known to UQ son
(i Ul&lmILWUS O1f1deru
it is to tr jet of Attnchmcnl
; Swelling! uperlor any was Clmhlt.lICt ( s returnable -.
Wi'ittllke in handsome assortment of the follow iit. 12 ill time '
a noun, dancil.untrY
mercur.alof general, ,
\ the medical faculty It is much sates than urt'li a in*\ stoix' at the to the last of said Court. ., L.-
that material because ituoe* "TILL ipilii'r! af'ides Inmost re-dived pric's for<-a&h. Viz: from rallahsfcsee for adnl tltcJ
: prepartion of ,) R. K. r'ALL, : '
i. any 'I. I liie --uWtnIlCt and \\ithlacochei' at ) .,
not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to i.'Ars about the rst of ,\tay next, for the purpose of P1i1Att'y.. DRY-GOODS. \ schools tWl' st
fcold.: Sept. 19, 1S3Q. 5t'f. 1. The Post Ia e"iiery
n;:&\ ing and forwarding, or j irchasing cuLt un and
'TJii; Ointment has cured sores ol many years eland- supplying tht adjacent country with r-ods. They in- ilks, BI.\!' ., GroMlenap, I taIaii i "tl'snrii. 1 ia -l.l.Sarcenet to expedite the Mails, } .ubSCTipt1lln

:f ing.Vhore it is impossible ur imprudent to heal fin <"-d! ending a store and ware-house, and runniii a CAUTION. Blue, Green, Pink, one! white Ph-renco, tt.eirarn\uiand tlfp. ; : the 1'11'
i external sore in consequet.ro of l the bone "hecoinmg P..ll Boat be"we''l1 that point and the town of \iano.1.11 TIlE Subscriber will nul lay any amount from I Figured Silkn variety, Irish Popli, Silk Velvet, continuance of the : and 'tS'est.

can ,Ult or roLen, it willstopihe progress of the cane ;ids( or en.ton purchased at either pla'-e will he date, unless contracted iy Iilla"df. a written t'otton (14),Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior ; Mr.
;: increase the quantity ol tilt discharge, reimne the olfcnsive ;forwarded I by them at a reasonable freight. They will I : order.! \'' I. M'CALL.. Black Lasting, B;"l>iIict and thread Laces,I Linens, CIliate allowance compensation lor ', .- ,IC
Fincll and l.e the pain.: Tallahassee aucuvt I 132 51 t 3m Island Cotton Plain and figured Jaeoncctt ( any ;
purchase cotton, hides, and titcr :kils, and will hive: s-ta felurtiny, IJltd by Eiti
Itcuresthe wornt.l'elons or \Viiitlow on an application B.ok Muslins. shawls worked teratlUlIl11a) require..
Swiss i and
ttiisiantly on I and an ex ciiivc :t501 tment of {.roi>dsot capes in fact to urn
oiIri\ hoursRheumatitHs '411 )Ciiptions, such as Pr'-vis-ions, Groceries, Hard! and dresses, handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeens 2. beven minutes t 'Ebteti I f)

". wl.icli have Mood so long a betaken to become IUd Hallow warr, En h>h and A'i.erican; Ury-G.ut-! ; f 5 Brown Holland, French Brown Linen Furni- I I and closing the mail to m.\ke raI1IlSL '
disorder letjuues medicine' to inwardly ; l> ;, fine Cloths Cass-jmers ant l C'assinetts, : ticuirthne: snail U. .
a systematic rin-\\ arc Dru. sand Medicines, Ilat!, SacMes!( h!h< (sCrnrkciy O' ure iniity, [ hun'
4 to remov them entirely liut in moi directed commoucae a.id Gla s-ware-, Iron, Steel, :ail- &c. _.M 'S Iii'C anti [Red t'Luinel, Nil':'n f"loih<. Sf- tchand l us- i i tcr (icncrat reserves btr at PII a1

.. b> applying this Ointment externally' Matt"l.li'. IHV.J: 30tf .ia ..',,-rti" < .vin ur: >. **. [ dmir tht. time. :
whos .
relief And even in old people, -
to jt will have gibe been of longer standing, It will ease the T. i l (- lI RD\V 1lRE. 3.: 1or every ten_ I Oc' I.
'vaiu ill' j.--jne It.'t: M:IHU Ilt'rdlP'I'; u i n 7
1in. I I taai MX weeks fnlcdatc! heiTnf, they ,\-iil:!I 1\1t- any point' i after Inc CU ,l'Sl':1: :
To sea captains and masters of vessels this ointmeni ,i'jy to the county nnir oJ Lcn ('OUtl y, for l Il.t'< rs II:' Auction fy ('onl'n1 sioll Business. \ 1 11:.. .u t \ {&:">v>, t .S"i ti.f-n t r ant. an'I the CUll tractor shan the fiist ;1

must be very valuable in winter on our coast it beinji; adininisiratu'ii tie bunts JM/, ji\ the estaf of Alrx.ui- lIE SUBSCRIBER lia\iiii ""i'tin U1 Knues and F'rk-s, Pen Knives, S poinsciSsrS say shall runtmuc ) :( t land ia 11\1 t

very certain in its effect- on Chilblains or parts aJIectedV ilir Adnir, dt' a d. C. C. \\ lLl. \ :. T: leouap-: Razors, Locks, Augers, ('hisr Is, &'., t.tIC ttii J"t 01 allY pending 1S btk IiIg .r

with frost it likewise Ire-er CIs us qua lilies III all cia.I -rp'.2 f h' .. r.6w: 1 ,A. 1" "\ P"ABSERICAN ( : iwintcdrCTIONrni for Fa}rile County. iih It cqmpletet..nrtmnt of c \r\.. ers PLA EnOO'l'8& quul to twice the t I 2utCL la n H.
ofler- lii- 'CliCl'-' III the !'. blic in the Auction A. Com !
---- .e
I JIlat" SHOES mail one trtp. Ii It ;% tt formAt.
the value of tins lIIi.itlu Rii'.itic''slie
of icstiinonx proving HOTEL. fOLLOW ::1'
A hr"e mass the .
mOlt'ucllenlmtlicll1e. b" liewn tollll'lw pledges hirn-elf pay sti'ict atif; nt-on! to all bu- A lar,,.*; assortment of ISalti- delay wns occasioned' : ;;' qU.1tc, ,.:
Hers- i'int.o'l liin. attend Adiniuistra ( winch tne f ot M j.> east
Ur hlniMtvil and
to to
; to
information on applicaliou anI ;;
luither *
wUh .- more and ;SE\V-Y( K made I.orth
his authorizeil tors or ntlicr sa'eo! in the (Jouhty. tk.r. tnc: t''rll-iiure may ,
I ol agents r' tat II
tDns. or to am e5t
The above"medicine sold by special apj-omtment ol' ; His ofiite i is in the Tounof lcse where he may : UJ.. Kn Laititsc'hoes 8. 1ID: .r..1Q, SJ. }pay tOI a tup.; bi.t m ; h.alSO 1J 5-tO
a II '
: "a.1I1 '
and warranted CflUILiC. ;it all tiiucs Im fuud: i emitted J he J JrJ !
Ihe patentee H, atJr.u (oUT no' :
L U PLKKLNs.: DRUOC.ISX.Tallahassee. \ JOS R.BLTTON. nEATS tional: !, and \ ill HI all to be ::

February 24lh lsil: 7If. August, Ja.W I 8w AND CAPS: 1. i'erbons who repu.cd aUO'ot! -'

:" :* .=,, r1JC -ij-' .Uu. ., \ ..., A CA ).-'i lIl.ilJl'1'! having now large and! ; .\ -.111'-4 nlJIl, "c1t.l'ltlh, lhl pi ices by the y ear, ;$..;-- i ran .

II I OU. KKMi'S --:10.- 11.. j I,l l ja. nimnKMiioiit lidu.teast, uf the e-npitol srpiap inst fashionable HA'i S & ( APS of I ly: ; ill the montn.ol ) vatbc: tan- ,.
te 'i
mD aIR \ m Sul rrihcr rcsfct fully iitf-irms l.isfrirr.iN. prr-pmcd; ): transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND AteTION t ebruar,, one month tin App)

the .VtRiA THE the ]"' bln-L'fiv' rally, that )I" l.C1:: itntcd) the lut.siiu.'s, he hojiis tn receive a liI'eral1'1'1'1'1 I quuiter. casb auti. tn, Ie
one 01 i1i- moot etncauousoumpuuud-in that uf niveicr i.._.- ounnirdiouh ;intildinjr Oil the \\ e tide of iT.e lif: XlrntCA. for tin uro ol cia-s f.tvo Siim itli I heir biisine-s, to usehis !\t.- rfior j.1l-
r !
of .ipitol tjuar.f:innerly )oruj.ied' as 11 t ni< bJuhn sIn !.. to the i.t V.1
.lo Uisea.e. produced !II) Jin impui&tale) till l)nwm-r. The House having under*: I a thorough ),1'111':1! ir inteicsts. J. \\'::'CU'i "!' .Jr.klterd 1 1 otl( 1 .1 I all it> aricly. p yed c.itry the thsatir
blood! and viliuted habit of body. and equally exhibiting 0. iVopo ji.;* :> ( : lot ot .;l
( )< I 1831.1 7tf tr.or
l Boaidtrs and
will he read for tiit rcrcptii <
repair, : r
the f..rm"ot' Scrofula tail Rui-t-m. 4 : to the
in FLOUR.riityjjum. proposes c..TrY "it
X i iMtorson the 13th} I : UPWi.\I'
I Lejir.-y.} Si. .\nlnony ? I ire 1 ever >orcs it', c& \\ lieu .nsi. JOH> w. RIA\T.S.: I Auction & Commission ]311 i1H'- s.rl'IJE I two drse coach or 341joung, 1. e

the Ir.ue-s ar' trt''h.tL'tlne :we&iiig'Vi II! aj'plieUTilh : _- _- _.___ I, I j ; 1 IMV \vbeatflow 7. If the l jierson (, : .w.-Ittn l "
\ Dr Jrl-h's! Lunoeiit.) Iu1! :.nd nh"Ulia\e subscriber baxing1 been) : of i ihe
J G1& N HA L EN ap- prr.iieiru carrying
.;,. I ; l1'E l.Uv '
llCl'II''j \ ;
tfcaid neaei in children 5CUt .
a. rI. 1<*;" utid c\vx ltIIllt >ll aucti inecr for Lef'lCtn! :\. t t1t rs III: I ALjSadlery O tiiii&t state in his .l
Pimpled! or O'lhunrltd 1 ae'.'!. f !. receued l late I :: .\ I11C.--: -11 Ii
out. Tvicc.s the inthcauciinnaiidcoiifniUsMinbubiIHSS.
vori.ulc ;; I I l'1. J' ; l by arrvti& to public :: I ei.jnj. that f

cup'.ious; and \eueimi taints throughout vvben the body in'* iu j jvhicn I I \c\\- Irk.IlO He pledges himself pay strict attention to all I; Crcckri ) ;JUKI Glass "VW.rc, 8. I'ro! {**rivileje.;lions; l notw Patterson'f nanitilliam ,di t
\ last case thn diois$ [)! .I ltet cure_ icury business intrusted te him' and :atteild estate or other .
aso the beet r-pti- and Autmniiutjilivilc j Tin ware Looking GassesSalt! Ready iKirtii.'f; tie n.atl!, as be hands of one,
ailt'}i They are sales in the country I Ii,office is in the town of Magnolia -
to pt.rJIa.u cU'an-e the *\ -Il'lIIlrOIll humous! I I, where he at all tinies be found. made ,I crease wi..chfH"JUl'lItIJ: appear al ihe-e >--eavtii of 'the \ rai.Tj.tv .- Pair =rpro: slut .U i>i-';ns, I '1ur.)1131J. 1 i:2.: may 30tf B. B'RD.vELL clothing, :stationary, &c. &.c.J I ol trips, or any ott.cr W.Gautier Jr.
asil tiv' ifv ;:JU Pieccb IS t Cotton t ti=I tun: A.lES1'11 LLI .. tor'b
aio aid the i rt>cc;*of dicctiusi. : foUl sue grr l.e Dialed m the pf po t:1 at law,
the"blood P1C'Utl1ltl'CI f 'J\lII of iiiiiu.i.aiit iuniourof > oOU }o. ilo. ,VolknCo.laudSatineUs! I CJi1 : : ( Tallahassee, I ovembcr 15lh 1831. 3Ht4NSURANCL t l H'II..f are hereby f..n\

the lungs. The proprietor eontidrnliv It'lie Lithe |' I 100( Do. do Pnini Manl.cu-, .(iubS.-Just: svcuved I,> llri';.ll hachcr 9. The number : as those wf )
vast number of >uiprising CUMS fffceted by 'he!c UHJ( D>. I P.IJSC! & DuSle do., FRESH ): ol s nino and tern.ination
drop*, not only III 1\'l"t\ll1 and its vicinity, hut throughOut ( 2ii( Hales Jinirs'ir Sh'.ctin & Shirtings,. &c. Cassiiiftt.' I Hats, Boots: Shoes, &c. CaHtT: \\ hiski l :y, 4 2Lc2; N ted ; [ bid! and l Levison. Aa I j
the Union) for the b.-M proof' their excellence a< I 15 D'l/t-n \\ x'J Hats, Rum, Coniac Brandy, and cood wines, Mirkertl, me very ; are drawn, res

pn nnfailiD? aitoiativo medicine in all the CU--PS ..ilmveBpiciticd 5UU Pieces Stripe & Plaid Domestics, Heiuii}.'-and nisiny other art teles I which v.e wish llu- b % directed" tu tr.e "' ;

This article has recently been pionounCf 150 Do. h'cotrh I Ba::ilt! .', public to call and exarnii-.c for tlaclO dns. Fits!. tract?: and October 16th 1S52JStorage

b) aPh)Ician: of the lir. ie-pectabifny., v\lu ":. v.ityie _:::: 7',tt'n. n.::.._ Drugs and Mcdi'-ine. D. V, 1LLIAMS, & Co. A The t lowing: is a t

..'(! i fiirpnsinji eflicacx asrntii'ctl! III hi" opinion From KC\\P-Jrl( IH.by the SciloorlelN1'I'1VL I : Lollli'llo t Scjiteralier -1 Uli I lrjr:2. .JtfBraintree F "1 icill comtlllie a

to i iKe the t lead of all the popnlai artic.e-.s Uiio'.Mi ;: rltli011 route ..'\o. il.
for ibe b.iveconiplaiuU.! and iiietil! it i ii fast; cuuunthf Cotton Gill.Fon ; the
: beady ,(.t15"S niltCotun cJt
point in pubiic estimation: throu;hyutthe couuln. l.iO RbK! V,'Iil>Kl V, SALE-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fui- -;- ,. he must state the ; .OOD: C' )
Price 1 abotttetr6 bottles! or .* 5)DYSPEPSIA. oO Half do. old d{. d!,) from: Braintrec Manufactory. Apply to Contractor lie ..
a must
100) T.l.ls Snp'fine >'c*. Wheat FLOUR, .i.5eph! W. Klein,St. Mark") L: ;
Oil INDIGESTION. recominenda Stored, s..lj;
lOt) C .il BALK ROPE
j. \\.l{ will receive orders for other Saw Gins of
Of longstanding, and of the must otJl't au ate character, 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, thin above ru l\Il'ctnre.! ; 10. Tne tl stanc lDe s sinctly I ot(

irj been immediately lievcd: and often permanent! 10,000 Lbs. .Middlir.jrs! k r')hoiki! n> L' 'C'OA, July 10, l 1&347 tf I and may nut be patr. nage.Mag"niia i7t.. ,
fuied. in a xaruty of ca-entiiat have occurred iu llJ ton 5 Hhds. Canv is>ed //.7.W.S, ; have occurred in rela bvjB3

Aud vicinity, by using for aMioilinne. 50; Boxes & Kezs |best Richniulld TUB.1CCO, rPDI.. Jol-INB. TAYLOR S I compensation WIll be > \\

Dr. Kt le'.. Vegctab.e* Spetuhc and anti-Bilious Pill, 20 Do, Porter and .tLEt o;ms his fiifi.ds and the i ubhc, that his hcaiih: i is so -anst. loss or damage! J by FIRE can : Contractor will e u1'
of which be taken together. tu val- 10' DozctiCfUiiia) & Cos. JXES ..' K 3IsACl J A
both to
are accurniLIg far r< stored, as to enable him to resume his prcsiooat iitm' t.tvtJn.l-Ic! tennx, on appliactionto I I I. The Pot l
table plain and practical ditectious accompany ing thepecific. 100 //Jt..S ://('. duties. July 30 If3i 60 tf '-.\ County ,i
the I Sul-srriUr, acii: If the Protection Insurance t right ()ofannului.fr an\. |'
Price 5U cent eaeh. -- - -- ----
the outside i MIMSTRAIOK'S! l iit( llCE.-All l'erJl'' ccrnpany, Hartford Connecticut. In every ajtplication i i ed lailurtrs: to iln1.n JJ.rV cure i
None are genuine tuners signed on prin.ted BlouCs/ &'lceL'aw Cotton Gins.HE Ai
the fair: Cash value the
must restated
the (
by the sole proprietor T. KIDDl.lt, l.avini; t! -mniHUaKrtin.-t estate of Jiur.e->Ban property occur; or whenever O El'H M but4
jmmediatesuccesortotlie wrapper late Dr. U T ((1\\\'U' nister, arc required to (present 'hem duly authenticated; ', and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the cor- j iii(.uutin: to the lo'S u en CountyTHE ,
nf'\ Subscriber has oit1ncnt'lut within the 'ime rectness of the representation, and the good moral: !
jrescnbed bylaw. All indebted
VI I'or sa'e at Lib 'ounting lionm. over 1\0. U'J, Court ; au as persons rection \\inch he may.
Uohton. nud al hi.- lilounl's Lc&i Ssiell Saw Cotton Gins assortedSjZcs to .he estate are requested to make iinmeeliatepayment. character of the applicant.rl he solvency nflhe Oihrt eln
plreet, near Concert Hall. >o by >peapjKjintment : and its fairness and be :ved. A
tJcSa by L. it. PLKlviNft (;c 1) troiu 20 to 71 SaL s, which. w ill be sold: at )$2 and KEDI1AM DUDLY, Adm'tor. Hcdon. punctuality may E. D. PEI confidently KIl'\ .rc- ll. Xt: > bid shall ;
I'.xllahasscr, September! : 25th 183-2. C3w .
Credit until the first January
Druggist.tititf. $22o per saw (ill a day ol for ha
Talihassce.! : .j. 22!, !IS31. 27tf receiving l' :bs' >
Tallahassee I'eb. 17, iR'J tititf.ALlS'l ncAt, to good rcsi-oiibible purchasers. FOR SALES son refuse u' take a ( ami a_
linleit all other -. "he iCOiMk/1
: }'ot, on letleis the first remaiuiuu:uay of III October the j P 183 siuiice.it* ; a no Magnolia; May 22, 1832. 41 tf Jl Ji'.Ill(.iJ ..)\1) .j.l.J b 1 OL S. KERR & SI URG1 S have spacious and safe the Department:, and: l -

if not taken out by the lirsl day e.f January next, will I 1EI'I BOM;,-Oters for sail LOT'lUiN valuable tract of Land ( s nt St. Murks for the reception of damage that may n: t In adJitior j
be bent 10 the general nost oificc as, dead letters.. maile by Mr. John fccbly) of Lcuisviluironi IWTlLLsella miles east oi Lake JaikM co.ton on stornre r-r for }hipirent, and they will tNkt.tiliral'allc.g ply. they art db o n<

Allen, baniucl J. Huston, Joshua i.- ..., 3.> to L.t() hU\s-AIso, 2 cf t Alexandir't. FI.)- and seven miles .. E. i allahassee, a oneielivery ; wlen they are allowed( to 13. >> Contract : tionorCottcnpj ul to 4.d
( ida the above Gins will be bold Oil reasonable forward ant cf.nsifn ihe sane l II any of the' follnwhig ( ;
Alien, Judeth) Jordon, JuniubJuii ; terms : d.-sirable and healthy residence, contoinmg without.the i will I be ]
viz special : completed
Ports -toS'ew-Orhans]
JJdl, John 8.-2 < s, L. H. at C months for good security. five eighths of excellent Laud, one :- Charleston, Baltimore, the 1W Master [ Iy solicit a share -y
Providence n
Blount, !tcddiutg-2 RtKJiice, jarcdKitrtll Cotton Bagizig, Scotch and Kentucky, llu, iiaand sixty of which is in cultivation and tinder Liverpool or Havre. seizes to strict p[
Bov. cn, John D. AbiolumKitrtll K }. Bale Rope and Twine, good fences, on the same is a commodious Dwi-ll- : On all consignnnnts they will chare 2J per cent ciuitraclor bid, *d I to their a ped
Boilers ol sni.-ll fox jruaranti e on sales} and will Le responsible to tilt ed in writing, hall ) care.
Coes, Manuel 'IhoinasKcmbrough Sugar sizrs ing House, built of the same materials, a frame Gin .
; Christ man, Michael Bradley 400 Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt, House, with a fifty saw Gin and running Gear, entire owners (or any loss sustained the voyage, through be departed from. ZtgJLTO COL JJUD

Craw' ford, Benjamin Larkins, Robert I 50 Do. Coarse Alum, new. all the out buildings equally good. Ten or any neglect (ill their part atiectingimisurance. 14. II a ( ) t ,( .

Cal, F. A. IVi'Krnzie, J. C. I Flour, Bacon, Lard, \c. twelve likely,able (i-odied: Working Hands, the above migtiM 2ih J 1832 2tf the l'ost Office law,

Corlon.George M'Phcibon, Hugh Tallahassee, fcipi.' ;t, Ib3 5lf. with all the HOUSEHOLD. KITCHEN' FUR intelligence by ( .GEORGJAMt'f

Coc, Isaac-2 WPhernjn :.try JflTUREHorses, Mules, Oxen, and other Cattle, lust Deceived his contract shall be {

} Coe, C. S. ll'l1Urtrt.unuel tlt SMkJE. Bacon, a stock of Hogs, \\aggon and Gear, and the when Contractor

r Conner, Lewis 1\2'1.11.01..1., hhza Ann ilct .4 BUs \v liiskcy, present years CopofCorn and Fodder, willl-e srldon P f'H iCOO schooner bushels of Ml lLO CORN, from Baltimore, and for sale, hick, a more rapidly; or -CvL. J. A l!i

Carrav}, James.llar. I.il, Je'belh U U 35" Eresh S. l". Flour, accommodating terms, by applyintr to Leslie A. It. Marks |
1100 Bbls S. fine Howard Street required by contract ; j ul t
Dapont, Cornelius Manor, \\ iliiamMai 2; Bags ColFee, Thompson, L& Tallahassee, or A. 13. Overstrcet, FLOUR
Plrk&on; John-2Dupont un, \\ uliainPo 200 Corn. Agent fur the Undersigned on the prcwises. 15 do MACKEREL, give the same J .1Jatlr

Elizabeth ) thicts, \\ iliiam Just received from Nevv.Orlcans.! ELIZA OVERS REET. 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquchana,) the mail, (unless the ,

Daughcrty, Nancy lcuu ll', 0. eft W. E. SEIXAS. N. B. Persons wishing to purchase, can view the 50 SACKS SALT, otherwise direct) ATTUninJacksorli

Da..by, John l'H.ul, '.11u.nUs.Fields l\Iagl h.. .:. 29, 41 tf premises at any time, applying as abjvc. : 006 lbw ACON HAMS(superior,) pensation. "'ilLL l'raet-e
J. W.-3 Ht.hille.lI, Jona. aug. 14, 1832 52t Jan. Any person wishing purchase the corn, can have 15. The V'f ,
.FlakeV.Uiam2 Roto'..n, Hugh Ettie. &TUItGE have lately ieccived, and credit until) the first of January by giving a bond with of of bon
Eras..r, Andrews Siiilh: '1 iihotiiy T.Singlir R have on hand at their storcs'n1.Tal1ahas ee and I I FOR SALE OR R' .-The tract of land on m t-rv: _'Tl\Urnn' '.' '( ,A R'I 1' in curtaih'ng his opinion! or the **.Jefferson B. All nSla I

Ja..on-3 Juhn Si. Marks the following! articles merchandise viz the subscriber resides, containing 800 a- J 'pith
Gregory, : the irictcSt.Hi.
., B KUTTALL and in such the
cies. Two hundred and sixty-five acres cleared and WILLIAM and case
C raham,J ohn-2 Shaw, Jt.Jt'l.ick 125 Pieces Cotton Bagging, -" : T lIa.'tasseo .
Gibson, James Towe, Vl'urge H.Wuouu fcU Coils Bale Ilojic. i under good .fences. Their ale tight acres of sugarcane l HlXO have formed a Law relates to the part, I Ji ni

: Green Moses 1'. U. 200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, i ; 15 hundred bushels of'com n, and a quantity Panr-rship, and will practice in the Courts oldie Middle discontinued: n I DR. J01

: Green, James R. A\ bite, I.). L. 8000 Ibs.Bacon, i ides and Hams, I foeldcr. A small stok, of cattle, anti hogs, would also Disirict, and Jackson County. OtEce neat the pay being made to
4 GanotHiramarrclIJclmT.. 30 brls. ft'tbsoiuj Prune Pork, be sold with the taint The terms for the land will be Planters Hotel.Tallahassee lt>. All Contracts t I ItESECrUzens

Glaze, John M. "\\ iliiaiu.s, .Margaret 50 Kegs Leaf Laid, very liberal. Persons wishing to purchase} will please nug. 7, 1832 51 3m advertisement of Tail.

Gum, William S.Viililtilib., usoii 30 brls. Monongahcla and '(common Whiskey, call and examine the present crop,which is equal to any January next,and a&LOCated 1 ffi8t It
in Florida-the situation is pleasant and 1Jr'% e are authorised **. B. '
Hunley, JohnHepburn Warren, James H 5 orls. Baltimore Gin, 2 healthy as to announce Decisions un bids \ flentayl
\\ any in lorida. 1'LTER C. HARRIS. .>. H. DUAL Doctor's Parker J
John Winn, John Jamaica and Kevv-OrleaTis, Esqr, as a Candidate to represent ninth day of 'laer an I
UarvcMicha"!-2HaleyMatthews Younge, Philip 10 brls., Molasses. Tallahassee, October 1&32. 7iCr Lei m County in the next Legislative Council. of A-dams Qnt {
f l B. lounge, Henry F. 20 brls. f uperfine Flour, : The editor of the Columbia! Telescope, will TaUaha.s. 1 I\h.r J JA
Hawkins Whitehurst J. [184 Idler] 40 hl1 I?. MackerelISos. 1 and 3, please give the above six insertions, and forward the Yv-'i'tfiO'i; E are auilonzt'd! t(> unnounce G LU. f* On

Holiday, M liners 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum Salt, account to this office. ________ P. C. H. Esq. a candidate to represent Leon County GEXEIUL POST 4ha'tiD lSlR .
M. BLUE P. M. Which with assortment of Groceries in the next Legislative Council.ItiVtEarCaulhonzed :demand
together general 1Ij OTICE.-H ving been appointed azc1ioneerfr tron de
Quincy, October 9th 1832. 83w Dry LI 01 id*,110roare,Crockery\are,Castings 1"_ Ltcii county I hereby ofler my services to the lo announce A..EXA- gdersigned"- *oc\i adminti are re

Iron assorted, Cast, German, and Blistered Steelc-,- I puhie! ill that cal1acity-I intend keeping an olfice inFallahassce MARTIN, Esq. a candidate to 'I aw, or the
-:Jas. D. Westcott, Jr. & J. ,P. Booth, they ofler to their customers and the public at fair of WhICh due notice wilt be given. In the 1..ln and Hamilton Counties in the next representma&l.Legislative- THE Subscriber sallie JAS

VE formed a Law jartncrship in Florid '1 he prices. august 28th 1832. .i 2tf intefem, any buiiiness left with i\r. R. Y. 'Vel1forJ Council..cm and Oetobcr ihl83: >.
HA residence of the former is in'l allahasse-e, arid U1 --- will meet with prompt attention. R. J.HACKLEY.t ...:, icniovcd his Ct.ntect

the Utter at "\V cst Point, Appalachicola) Bay. BUSI-,, FOR 8ALL.-A tract of land adjoining ctobcr 2d 1832. 7tfC01'TON iCF.\\ are auhe.rjstd to announce mt.m I.. $ M. A Armistead -M
Florida lBm tLJlIm UiS. Esq. a can datt he keeps constantly on
in ot' the court of o CI 1- Lde
to Moiilicello in Jefferson Co.
Jess any alt town BAGGING .
and Bale uatiMjeii all kin also various
Counties Georgia or Alabama, will : County in >ne next Legislative CJ H .- & .:.'
adjoining the of Dr.Holt '
or i now in, containing -
.urJU&l. e-ccupancey ; -I. Cider Ale-
and for I Porter, ,
.1A 1831. ftOfl" sale by la.!
'Aig.BR. ,
.fe IItricUyattendedto. upwards ol 400 acres-Persons. wishing to EDW'D. ___ ic&. Ihfferent kinds LILbiut,
SEIXAS We iastheSn
chase vuli n.iJ.e the,lands and are authoii&eu to JN \ '&n
oi- pin please e.x apply u. Magnolia 51 tf. announce which he offers on | 'taU .
COLEMAN rcspecUully au 7,1832 $ tJ
If sole! the Just of, Isovemlnr BYRD
the utu.ersigneei. not by THAN Esq. as'a Candidate to rCprt' cl :\t ic thanK to his cu
his professional services to the Citiztm. _of next ; the undersigned will ,have, 40 acres of said )JJJ We are authorised to uimounct Leon County,- in'the next Legislative Co'incil. al MTors the past ) { "f, '

1 all&hassee and the Country. loud la'ui off in lots, nid w ill be < Acred at public UILCti. a.cnlion Ui business, ,
n. '1 tie terms and time will hereafter be made- THOMAS M. BRADFORD, Esq. a Candidate. L3: \\'ii; are \.uho1'zt. to amiouiaJOSLPH .J' G.lr N, H ,
:LANKBILLSMF AllNG-Just prin- known. BE'l TON & EMOllY.Tallalicusscc to represent Leon CQuzny, '0 tWnext. Legislative fii- --oj, :: M, WIllTL, a candidate t rejfrescnt patrunagl' eOa". Pei ucncgtl\1

ted and for sale tbita ) September 4th 1832 5tf Council/ ,:' louda liz th9 23d C ,
Oflicc. I .' ; ,' ; .. ,' :. *' 1G.1aai .4.1!
w- *, "- %' ,