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: November 6, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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fJt jflorflJf 11t I THE FLO-BID taial oil the'charge! of Kobery- and }ttson. 'r

pMlshtdetery Tuesday Morning! atdollu'S 11 The circumstance l vJhicli lei) to

his arrast five
in ad\3nce-o Five in sip monthsF was a d ollar S. C. note _

F : will be discontinued unless at the option of which he paid away,, believed By .\[.
/&H0r 1'0 pal before arrearages are paid.crtismtnts LAISSE NOUS FAIRE" Smith to,be a part of thp"money which

l he len( in his
store the it
will *be conspicuously inserted at se. .y. night was

T fi\'e cents per square for the first insertion, and .. sra e"n'Q W-mLC1
ytll"U for each subsequent continuance. All ad. L J person, also a memorttndum of dift i-

;' .1 'EE&l-. L.6.DD. To Planters quietly read him a violent article ent sums amounting to six hundred and
\ i 'rk :: fr. iT :
.other H aut J i1'aiW .uJc HQ true FOR SALE.; Copper Boilers, herself and friends She went through seventy-three dollars. Leaborn is; a
, 1
o-Copper Dipper?, tikin.p'erjibnd Scoops i: brick maker.
.i utdesln-n, \JSM r tu.) reduced another large town dressed -
C prices.-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stone as a groom,
!' list Le paid, or they w ill not receive atten- u Crates Crockery are, Apply to .
m BCTTON & E310KY. and
i. behind
I her
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fAltor carriage.
loU Cast Iran Ploughs, They The
3hy 15/J83'l :1:1: tf My terious Death itt Hyde Part.Yes
L"o. 50 Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prime,) are after her now, and maintain that
= === 10 Illuls. BACON, i iiit.liE terday a gentleman named Jones, residing? at
r l\E\\ GOO.
J T\VE Zit authorized; to announce 50 Bbls. Fresh FLOUR, sheAMONG is the Bocage, and was seen, lately Clarendon House,. Kensington, came forward:

r'PII; M WHIT1. a candidate to represent 50 Bils., \VI1ISKEY, the rivulet and identified the ot-f
ft1' jn great variety of goods received in this> crossing a on horseback.--Sun. body th-* young \voman
: thc :'3d CIIIIEWIW.M'OUAGE. 50 Bbls. >. l 1.. RUM .
to season which found
f\t1ll1l. are offered low for .a. on Saturday in the Serpentine
10 Tierces Cheese : ;a *
cash, thcrr will be found, at the new store of the subscriber that of his
&C. as niece: It
30 Bbls. MACKEREL Arrest appears that she was
tNi of Pirate
J..3 fclxchange-slreet, a choice lot 6f a supposed -A
k >*11KO1 S l.atspacious and safe fancy born in the YVeat Indies
Rfl 3 Bales Osnaburghs Cloths and was'the daughter
1 and
Ca:simcrs, a of w hick belie'
will ed
St. 'arks for die part they men- man, -to hate been of the
t of one
Ii war I c.Ions| + s reception 30 Dozen Bottled Cider, 'ion. of Mr. Bingham, a wealthy planter who

,:, l'.,,a.relive,n totl',ramie o;! .or 'for "h'lin; when enl, and the'y they'air allowed w ill' niakeo.dtlnery to Liverpool JJ'J.VES of Salt various, in Sacks kinds and in Bulk, do.Super{ blue\, crape Finished, Broad Cloths, cl'e\v. of the sloop *4jax, which} was time ago returned to England with;his family?ome
\ civet do.
I f\If i all\,riisipi:: the stun, to any elf the I followingtn I Fresh OLIVE OIL, Patent !:.i&hcd Ues lof robbed and sink near Mobile some and sealed at Bath, where He now lives in.
i ( > Enland: Black
f$ f. ) do.
:_- t'w-J..II C'hancbtMi, LJaliimore BUTTER CHECKERS, do. tine Olive, do do do. .months ince'lJ8 aire ed in this city great style. The deceased was a single wd-
fort.'h; \ I'-, \nciirt! LiurjHM.1 or Havre. Lard, Butter, do man, and about 30
(Cinauii Brown of
)e"11i : IIII' will charge 2; do. on Friday, and is now in The years ageA few years
'I'inO't'J1IS!! j E percent And an additional sit ply ofmwwtDUiYIrSQ Battle Green I)1'1011. in
and will be tinfji ago ( consequence of her l father having.a
.. .11'.i' ''" "1ts responsible to it will
Ajax be
.U* Saxony blue recollected
I I do. was commanded large } and
:tortiut'| |tc'lts sustained t voyage, through I family, having married a second
i 0*Irrro insuranceim Which will his f-ri't. r ss' rimt-m, are offered Lavender Drab, and Dove coloredCassimers! ,
!.N < r ilitir! pail aliecting lreillcceived low f.r ex variety of silk Vestings by Captain Tishew, of thisport time) she came to London and entered into
C'.1SitCUT'1'Urti ,
; any 2:1i1 l 1:'32. ,fauu1 ; (r JUDE (new patterns.)
Magnolia, Ap II 3d 1832. 33 tf. Flag handkerchiefs) Pnngeedo, l and when pirated, was out11er passage partner-hip with a dressmaker, in Pull-mall.-
\\ hite and fancy cravats; lion ill During the-continuance of this' the
cixico .
i Mobile partnership
1- lor belie
4 Dozen fine we,
t linen shirts
J u Storage Commission having into difficulties
tiussmess. do do Bosoms, \ e. She had onboard about twenty gut received
j, y ;C1inerliIL i <, from: Baltimore,and for sale, Gentlemens'silk &..Merino hall hose, hoi.sand a remittan from her father of. 1501. Some
GttOhUjl-of: ( UH do Cotton and Angela do i dollars in specie, and one time ago a disagreement took place with her

'lIlll) lhh: "MACKEREL finellowardStreetFLOUR. IIiIiiiI'r. Silk and silk \ ,-hvt locks, latest fashions. or two pa -cngt'l'f;, who, with the cap) partner! in trade, which was followed by a di-
tin In addition to the allO\t.the
J F'; ) otter sl| lendid :lss'.r- tain solution of
40 do HKUH1!: >GS, (Susquehana,) went of Ready mat'' ; Clothing! manufurted in the t-.i- and the mate, it is btIic"cdvere partnership, and the deceased then .

50 : :(hiAL'1 'scribeis ai< novci ,.', .K; tes t style, the wor:. ...id materials; which they wni- murdered. Several have been engaged lodgings in the vicinity of Portman-
fOOO> fi'tv AC('> ii.\:iSsuperior,) JL cuinniodious are-I tinse, u i I 1..1. 'I i < '4 n n\lltll' I.le l (I'UUI. ..Consisting of blue, Mack persons square, where she continued until Thursday
wohin.trpurchase: the corn, can have Pn s.s for tl.e pvupost.} of parkin- r. tn.it .t.J ins andcompressing (' Cinr.riMi super arrested in Florida and Louisiana
A Y I 1ett :s\ ; rown, and (-live Dress Coats, do' Frtk!-s. suspected last, on which day she went out and :
}1 +III .lR 1 frl'i I.t 1 J.un.aiytciving I a bond with Cotton for'bhij.nmi i '.Ili t.e; in operation d-; I'.nit-- &". silk Velvet Vests Florentine silk never re
toT.lltllo. 11 M"h 1 'S '( ART Y.hf in a sh tit time. They uiu" --* ,". -uy tl. purhase Vau'v.r! and A-arseilles, all ct wmdi dirt<- 1 being concerned in this act ; turned. The woman, England, who resided
IT' will sel'!
.I < Cotton or make lilu r.tl a .' .I.TL-\.0' '.:: 1.11 to.r ;,.w l .rt-ash. It. B. & J. ihey B. Bl Li but lor want of proof!, some of them in the neighborhood and has absconded, isupposed .
ill;l.'L llr. or.7t, ,
\ll..e. N : .J i c-l jtc limy, j \"itlthcm tor shipment '' i\\' > "I'<" n ,!lc: . A. 'ovonbtr22d 1831. di s to be implicated in.her death.
Ii 'II' U1S th. C'.t Zl'lol d 'I'ailai..tS.-tet :uid HS1"'I- Their charge fur storage i is 2.. ci-ni> a IM<> +"y the sraSaltulllChthe'dollntexU IItfVJ were diurge-d, and it is not unlikely Sever
1 of
hisdauci.-s.; lu vill cunmienct till FiidayV .. ;! the military at Knight' bridge have
-j if the have j found their
.t'I' this
tU} : } I'ttt'ch.rs. niuiiy to .
I(.6uiush; mth, larterw'tn: glee 1 j r. \ csi's on- They have a uui'i4-: .'. :i '; vt>j> .!s t'up.i Ai" 'lIED: way city.The been questioned, but nothing has been _hrited
U 1111 N. cast corner ofiilc4nsiitof tie I Capitol 'ed tofreiiiiil for them ", 1.i\ ";ncrl'frr'4't.. I man now in Ctlst4l1YTa calculated
square throw
;l i t. < ;t.ftW: r ik. : .f__.. ..\/\\1-1 f"iI'Joi ..Q ncogIlized any light on her d'ath.
klbeunquatlaraer -l
\\ : thirttcndas. two d.tys and Chrijleaton, and th\\ 'II I 'l"/:I- ury frfi_iii I : I at a sailors' boarding house in The palace Lackrn has witnev Qed .
vek!, a' U-n dinars.ht those '" 4' a curious
en' tWit to plact-s as lo\\ as anvv-.'' (I..1 in t1r i Ira '. I -
J'r 'hours oi tuition will be. tor the young ladies and! no charge will bc' made for :sic r :.1. njr of Water street, by t\\ 0 semncJl'llu sticres.-ion of dynasties during the last

tN from ? tu 10 o'clock t.. the morning, and from 1 shipped by them. J. ',.. cO :\, i'A.II1_t"ltlll'l i .- 'TJE1t(1I: Knew ol Ills i.eing I one oi the f forty \*ars. it was originally fit ed up by the
Ivio'clock in thec\cuing-ami ud fur tIe young tenreeds ; 1agllotla, : (>ct. !S, 1 :> >. f. An hduchfSM Manu < hrr-tiana. wife to Lr eke
cl.>c, fr HI 10 to 12 u clock A. :., and from i I.zcHltdliOI, to i-is old \varc-lioisse tIlt: the Ajax ; and it i 1 through their information Albert! of Saxe

j 4106,,\lHkr..Mcxctptoery: ; Saturday afternoon "!47; OllTIli A. '1 11O( >.- i !trt sullen .e rift .u'scrrrh I n-rt-iKiy:; i-r ru-d siaons t'uild-;! that tLe Teschfen, eldest daughter to '
\\lIt to clh'r.l'r. Y fcrs for i.: feO iS .. gut M aria Theresa, and Gove'tiess of th" *
'dhrh slS I'racllce : biilc lur h lttsc. > ai.d i i's' 111 '!1'4 town r- ; \ 'l l t r 'tonai, r.Uart1e'lctil teach all tit' t.t uar i steps ad" pt'df1(1Jtlltolllltl1CI1 Cluincy, Gadst'en county. It !b 'in t \ci l.esii, biat-d tot f'r- rt UY M-CARTY. (,1 bin In his possession was a watch !land.who tesidcd ihere at the breaking nut of

; ; and waltzing, .f rcduesfedaurllthenudtrll d bubiness; & has IJ,'l11 long and adv.nr;I iMou> Krto\\n .Si.. Marks._. D' crmlHV7i!!. Iv I ,1 IPlf the French Revolution. '
iy itli Itmxt *
\\ tilicate cleaned r the
a cc i as for 'e( ;inie r
alioui ,
liotlresuf couhons: Teals, H< >(' of public! eiiiertaiuiiicn;. AIsi-i, --' -
quarterstclion head
wd. country e!\11!111?- of first J'UC: lull+having 70: or P4) .irn-s in CU.dtion .- (iL UIiCaIJ S/H .\ '\ h 1iS Ti>he\v and a spy-glass known to have quarters ol a Revolutionary General *
l'upiialmiuttl! graUs to his practicing brills. \ miniccii!. IJ1Iila t'c' J then the roidencp ot the brother
itely 111 j t. wn, \\ IIh the It It: ofBoRiipartend ;-
BlsschrMLs, at Marianna and Quincy w.H conti.llul' cn-pofcorn and li-tal'-r; and the! s.oK ".f (IIIP; and .\ ., 1.111Iall.l..1'4J.aJIlfCtIIIlJ'tII"r\.y t I l 11.i.: .vanar.i.' as e been the property of Capt. 1'. at the period of the battle of\"artuloo e- I

taod.'ysetcrytwu: wccKs; under the same regulationslifts cattle, with houSrhold <$' kitchen turn i tun-. Fin terms, I The prisoner is about 22 to 24 years mamed exactly in the same state in which it :1
,"bn h. .
aoole ll] P'y Cumpliclt lu-qr., 1 lUiiiasvtc!
es i or 10 I.-\ i Eb from .\>aj. .l< l.n'l old named Charles Head. \va5 left by the Emperor, whom it
ayinr's lie has had
{'SuirCt ptinn will be left at he bars oRe f subscriber os. the premisr-s, :AILU! Jt LL. by been
:. cc,11t1 the 111allllr's Hotel ;\and at the confec- rail.ih.ik&< c, (Vtober 9th 183=. 9-lni. d.' LCI'II courty, Flori'lu,onthu }I'll!: bU net some months at the house decorated in the most sumptuous style. Tho
t.-t horses
) 1) the nut a witiingsvMtch : ;
i'cbUVOTlt'L U'tuUr Will ; t gray,
V 1S32.
Iwunr) of! 31r. L'lf present King anti Queen .,f Holland its
i : here
tau, M me marks on hs; where he was taken, and it is said has
1 that have been next occupants, when thou :Dd v\\ I.
hereby given aj 1 J" d..1ightfnliy-thc oilier, a bright Ncrn-1', many ugli.h -
iljiomltd by Ed"aid It! Gibson, iris agent and atunifv u "j;, twoorthriwhitt fecta&ore on' his :: ack. A i.nubrmly; expressed I a fear to be left travellers had occasion to uumire the !hi if- !f'i "

( infjftt', tiansact hi- bu.-inc s in Floiida. An/I liberal reward will he i ivn :,n heir de ivory to tin ulone in a room. He has tints far declined !Nancy i of its state apartments, and the .i'l ju-
]J..1SII>1is inJi kitl u ad Edward It. Gibson, are rc- subscriber, t>r VAiaj.. J. 'I ay: lor.Sept. lax of it
on-stcd W m.iKc ran alit, alld those person' havingwt'tiw 25 h, 1 teal; :,tf Ll\>'[: P. TAYLOR. tu "tie any sati iactury account.o ity > garden Had the Princess Charlotte 11

a2urat I i linn;are tell dktcstcd to j.restnt them totickubbcnbcr t ,.., lurl1 eh to tilt, Police, anu he 1 fulfilled.the mutnmouiHi! pn;;agcmrlJf
at. Tuliahas'sfe tier ttuymcnr. Dh.ESPECTi. JOli J'I'aJl'LJ .Jl' (Ull.A' says formed for her by her father, with the Ptit "'

N .:.\, 'l'IL'l'ON.Taihhasce ULLYiOfl11( ciIZUb 1 purchased the articles lound, upon him, of Orange, Lacken would have been '' ?:
OctuUr J 18.h Ib32. It appropr-
9lf ,. \1 'i nuaiuisscc, and its vicinity, that he at Savannah.-\ Y, Con ddv., ated as her residence l ; and
;lii IN'i ;be sold! JJ}' action at UchtCbec, 1Is.ltCalt.l hi., sth in tluscity.K. I a lien to her husband, as th scene ot his riP'* '

on tblJJUrt.l.f. November: 1S32-filly j' Tile Races over the Tallahasse B. He may be found at his office next door to I 1. orr ible Piracy and .1111r er.- fortunes find second marri 1Re. It ts diff: Jtr .. f i
)shot laud i, tj!' i. t\n (if Orhct-fece i\here litClnr'sPark ,'
a cow tlGu ': all Braiit'iad; his residence
at :
+i 1IL"ultw; 1?T tin- cifjiuy of }avcttr:, "JOIll1le Course l lit annual meeting, of Adamsantt l Call Slrtets.Talhhl's or coiner The Bo>ton Atlus btute> that t\\ 0 sa 1']1- to conjecture who will be the next occuj.-r.i.r 1

::p.4l.icUC': la mcr. I }HJU, t-oint t.f the lots thtrt are c' March G !I. 1.V.-2.; 18'J.rl;. or-, recendy arri ed in that port, have of this royal demen.sc, n hi' b, a: the ,.-.- -n. $I
.liion 'ttf"rlunmuiate ctvupa lofi close lo the ncr.. 1832 apologue sets forth, "is not a palace but
Also, the liilJowiHgUltds : the west halt'ot the A I l.Mr.'i lL\1 \-!'; >lJ/ll L.- -\l! 1'01.1-1 I been taken on suspicion I and examined tcaravanserai.
'1. ILL comniLi-c. on ii; mint \ ednrsd ;
> in I"e- Lhaving dt-nuinds t
tfstheaslyuarttr ol scc.n'ii 1:', :UlI' !hip .hee iy ag.tii tlb e ataie of \\ in.+
rant Y' camber, ((1'llh,) and continue .our tleceabe-l calli-I be.'ort: Ji.dgo Daus.U. 1 .
ItCtrUl and west, COJ11.lallllg5t-I4Q acres- days.i ergo are itqu''>li-d, 'n jirtsei.t, the same I Iundoraigned

lit, Ac tas.1 ''jJf t-1 ihe same i :uricr S><.cth.J;I, conaloJy irst c'fli/.--JocKiy Club pur c $30, thremile adinimstrator! v. ithiu! tin time prcscrib d .. on their arrest, they gave their; how a Brare J\Ia:> Fights Dit'If.-Admiral

,,tea.; : 5i-tu( |( arts.. "i litoc t u lots arc siural.uur t- heats, entrance $20.Stcvn by law, or tin same will be forever barred Joachim Antonio Codrinnton, the hero of Navatioo who I!
: ;>ur n.dtsrun, i IKUAVIIUI' Ochc-este, ami ,' -clay-S !U0, two mile heats, entrance S J5.I JAS. C.13IE1tti\: Admillitr tor. nausea as and Jouchirn !i t sa

t.Ilj, u.cxl tll t Intlie sr taterrt \aluab.e haUlllock 47irti.ay-a1 IIJU,--oneinilehc.it. entrance !$10.rree .- October 9i:! lSa2. tiS\v I fcilui, aui stated that they iirl 1- i j candidate for Uevanport and dtoneh u-. i:li t r

I ::J'f', .01 l\II.i uaie e.t S'ct!,' 11 3o, in townsiii f ir ant I orse, :Mar, or Gelding in ihe United !i \vtt-k reechoed a < luJlengo to a mortal: CHrtJ.i
" 1tt f i':('i rati f s< \ell w, s, uiuaimiig 56t, ics, LR]1'. Starts ; aubjcc1 in the rues and orders of the Club. Sugar Mill I yeti! at tiiis port on Sunday, the 22a 01 j i j! hat. fiom a man named Woolcombe. lie hovv-

.; u.\oabll; tJ.lIU, tit short distance h. low Ochec.v-'e TIlt ,Fourth cay s purse will ire computed of the el l'I Sept. last t, ill the brig Sarah Louisa, j i ever had no taste for this mono of .
!\ ; *
,oa aft, AI'PJhclllul.l nr. Terms of sale! on lejf railCe uioihy' and (he gate money of nil the four uav.. ; 11 LI'.iN: haxeju-st received a small J I -vrt'in a ,
Out! ca'a,atld the runuiiHi:. hall payanle the test One' Wile- UetsltC l cst in five, free for all Uugar .Iill.i which they otl'cr t for from 1 Point Petre, Guadaloupe.! dispute, and at a dinner given to him a f w :

tiGtil: ) b31 l wiiii a ijis i >cuuiit of ten j>cr cent upon< \\innill: horses of the piecteding days carrying ;, -:!"< on, :1 rx-dit. uuH-,t .arch 1If'I \! I The account given by Antonio SilnI I days afterwards, alluded to the affairs as fo'-!

pr'eptpa, : ail., ,. their: ajjj ropriate weights, and the loosing horses} !, t tv I !lo\vs :-" It might perhaps bo thought ihnt ho
On the I be allowed a deduction of six p-mmls from their to the District Attorney was as Ii -
Saturday in December fail, will 1 be sold uJ)- '* was fund} of lighting bat there
t It.i4i, 'rciots, 1'1' lino dif pioj.riate weights!, ; and all horses that have not run lows ; wano man ,
in loan CIS Urlu-ist-i, tocjmanK HJ.\ I j L..lLJL : that he and his comrade .
\\ e re who liked it less and he .
r.aiLf'llL: jf 1UU acre of liver land imme.III1Jp un the prtcecdmg days to carry their appropriate -. -- -. ; never in his life took s
;Jomm; the to"u. JA31Li .MILLS.x"eights. The tiutchcss- de Ilel-: -- two oi the crew of the Portuguese brigi\ I.j his ship's company ;into action, without feeling b

-0, .1:1 IGlii 1 le32. Utus.Ui'.nc 1 ofthf en per Club.c't. will be deducted from each purse for the 1 .-An illll r- i.j Trictnlb, (Triumph) that sailed about i a heavy responsibility as to the necessity 1
l sfting1 l1 111.1tl'ill
. : lot T \ oc retire: Oct. tiiA l 3Av ->. [r.f The membcts of the Club are requested to shortly be puh- ;. t\\ ( months ago trout the I port oi' of taking their lives, settling a dispute \

,r tit i.,=1 lie !public aie hereby notitied that meet, at the Club room on the day proceeding the Uaccs l li .hed 01 the landing in the South ofIMHIICC j Para bound that beween j\lr. U'oolcombe and himself a..
Brazil the Western
. \1IIIllttS 4 uand duchy .icss >rs Mills and Perry, and being. Tuesday th Itth Decembtr. of thc .lJlltdHS de Berri and 111 to and he should be glad to meet }him here and
tuhultl'atteraou, to \\ ilium D. Stone .THOS. BROWN Islands and Lisbon that '
the ll
were put in"bfi her vesselhud Ih" constituency w(juld then be able tojudgo
IUI.OUIIIf one Abcaliani Let icon when his jjenlons journey to La Vendee.
on Sec'ry -
't} frulQIt.hlle dcli\'cr'tlIC on !board eighteen thousand! Hollars who was in the wrong." Our fighting dandies r
r to 1-loiida, to same to Tallahassee, Oct. 9th 1832. 8tf On chased j j
i. ikt k+.Uauiii.r Jr., and JohnS\ Cam]>utl{ attorley by a GC"Cl1J11leut in specie, and a valuable cargo-dint j .jf.ll des riplHlns may take a lesson from the

at .,ior ihe purpose of collection. All pe r- : TUWI\HIP.-Thc subset 1- cruiser, her Ro\al llurhness iletennineu lt"'j conduct ofdmiral Lodiington. There
ral uusarthcrtby) ...\\?rllf'rt inn to trade or rectite the; L.FA I ,fug (been apjMiinted, the agent of General to l Iciiiil. She o about tht\I were ih e 1 passengers, anu t1 \\ 0 !"! fcw roan who possess that species of moral ace ;
teJutObewinareU.und!: | the '. die;, to disposi of his Janus in Florida is was to cluloren 1
Ifl'twfor.= lopay 1 same, ha\ a.nrty ready one white anti the other bluck, ccnrae \\hich dictated this
Ulln IIUlItt.'u,not to pay said notes to AbraAt to receive proj-osals for the purchase of any portion jump into a fishing boat, into which ![ avowel on the partul' j
71P a.tni.l\'b&IU. > I f-iiail hold the 1 persons on whom lit it less than one section, of the general's township of three ol her had each about eighteen months olu-that, \ bir Edward. London paper, Sept, 10th. \

y cue nitro, rt:\ ere it la\-. lj -
I .
** liy tits utlorntL i'limits isfane the towns-hip resorted from bale. The terms of when, owingto swell she l Yl'1'i Pleasures oj the lmagiiittun.-r be-
erl6ibl-3i. y3Storage \ sale will be cash,or one fourth in cash,and the residue wile by the name oi JVlarte .- ;' lady ?
in annual instalment, satisfactorily secured, with interest tell into the sea, and was only saved 1 by longing to i ovent Garden Theatre, who had
guese i by the name, 01 .>us- :
c.nd Commission, ,U.C.d.i 1. on the amount of eaCH instalment from the day being dragged out by the hair. It ,vain : supercargo never heard Paganim, requested leave to be
P; '\ t lIeIJ' ot s aie,-This township of laud adjoining the city of flue7 a blackvunJUJ, the mother ot the at one of the rehearsals of his concerts. It
hab urge and COU"CI.H nt \, tins state that he effected her
areCouon land .
atoas, Tallahassee anu, in reference to health f A- *
DIJ ; locality, lack! child and i that
sheds a Portuguese happened] Puganim did
anti is I ire t arid to merchuiit : | not bring his vio-
.I.eiV10+ COT'i' Ce'ucss of climate, fertility and adaption of soil to the ing1, and had to walk nine miles be1urcshe !
t Uor othu lin with him but
t produce on Storjj" culture of is naiiiCd;: Lawrence tiiefather borrowed one from
sugar, anu cotton, unequalled by any o her ; Joaqi.nn f memI

**Stored, &,l.r fkjpped, and all Commisaionattended LOW Jlbl&ip ol land in the Territrry ot Florida. could reach a miserable hutvhere of the white child-tiiat about a1uruight her cf orchestra, and, instead playing, mad .

rsssmctlY to. He j-.hcusa share of ROBEKT \V. \v ILLIAMS.TallalKissec she spent the night. The next day a a kind ol pizzicato obligate. After the rehear-'
October 9t h I ri32, 8tfJCP'l'lic ( alter they sailed the l'1 C;\v
t ED\\ ARD :.IXA sal was tim-ht'd, the lady Mr.
S.Ifc32. of the oppressed Cook
apprized her
5'tnota Xwitl.trn Recorder nessenger
; ,Uct..hcr Georgia ; the R-e]- I unsuccessful I
16 1! forcible of the Oh
9lf possession c'Jf'c dear Air. Cook
mind Enquirer, Vii;olio ; the Columbia Telescope, >. rising at Marseilles the yea what a wonderful ,
LJAItD. -'-"' Caioliniii ; the Bullimort Republican, ilar}laod ; the ,. turn of murdered the captain and one of the i, man he i is 1 declare 1 must'say. that till this: '

Jfashcille Dannti, Tennessee, will insert the above advertisement which she was avaitingvithiu a few crew and all the : morning I never knew what music was capabloot. .
cur four weeks in succession, and forward passengers exceptthe '
miles She /
a"'lII..A.. immediately resolved to Cook replied. Iude(+d, Madam ho -
: U'I Stock this office ,
of their to and
uIJasaud .0 i'\lfC..s oIU ; accounts forpaymcnt. two women the \\lute clnlo/r; -
.xnced att'.lwlIS" ot '1 a\jor :" Klein, have throw herself into La Vendee. Onher is truly wonderful ; but allow me to observe -

the lHUI.OUS, GROCERY, a;IK, 111EltC 11 ANT'S AND PLANTERS BANK OF chief adviser that they kept the two women about a that on this occasion you are dependant rather

CO.\liIS J.uN .- otice, is hereby given, that remonstrating on so week, tureen them to submit to tilt child to your imagination than the *
UUSIN.E S. your ears lor delight
b > me cjpiial stock of said Bank, has all been taken, and; desperate a plan she nobly exclaimed"J'y -
f lit uJu4 r .", Uicir present commodious budding, a-rctjuble .o the charter, an election for nine directors horrid embraces during that time, a you have experienced.'*_" How, Mr. .

Me O1Cntlcll 4Lvull(') crtci blu-ds ana houses lor the rcccp'lItbt will take place at me Bonking House, m Magnolia,'on marche ; ies Bourbons! n'ontque > then cut their throats und 1 threw them Cook! ."_" \hy, Madam, this morning Pa- '

fouls, 4-c.fi.r storage, their the 15ih day of November; next and Ulestuckhulders le ha not all
COtn buildings ; trop souvent quitte sol Francais gamut > played ; he has even not
.lttlll")' the I notified that the firbtinstainit-ntot the cruoJl'u-that l they directed their.
1OIicit 5thpt. Tley rCSlcctful- arc Hereby capitol touched a bow."-" "
\i'ta tQa l are uJ public '. ; and p'edge theui- stock 411 said Bank will be due and payable to the The Ibllowing night she spent Point Petie xtraordinary/M! exclaimed
course to ;< the tafl "I
tLa IlrIClIJtJ1In.UJlt Guatialoupe, ) am more than .
Io J1 a"cou.mij Mois: eiilius- fatnmisswnera #n the same day.ALEXA in the woods. In ever confirmed
tare, UER SMITH, 1 o p one large town a where they stated that they had lost 1 in my opinion of him, for if without playing,.
toy VEACI1 V 1 LLs'1 Ef CUOOK friend, who was disguised as her servant he
To rm JUI1:1A11BLE fct \MACK VEIl. I their ci.tptaiuvho had been knockedoverboard : can affect in such a manner, how much '

JlatiGC1tLtDAL (Jcflcrwn. BENJAMIN BYRD, } was sent to buy her something, more than wonderful are the sensations ho- ,
L.' \ HUH TT, i Ly the boom ot' the vessel.The ; l.
JO&EPii LAU>, I" and was recognised by a gentleman, must produce when he dose I!" ,
GEORGE \ J lee of the white child
LOR1.\JOtI GEORGE llA lLEN. ; was saved '- .
\ discovered the
JA immediately
J.J.1.ILtHlI3lullt..' Magnolia, Oct. 9th 1832._ 9tf. persoitoge and he supposed was still aiUe.lie .- JVorthumberlend Co. Fa.-The Cholera:
; ADAMS\ j f Gadade he was with, and zealously) has made its appearance in this county. It .
JL.IL UitDEN *Nf further ted they'took passagetrou. is
k ACADEM7. .
lulu\ 'l'nllaaasuc sisted in latal. One
her At rive
favoring veiy family
July Iv, 1032 progress. a consisting of '
4G Point Petre in the persons
U Sarah
,th i', .. '...t.. re'' .,1 ill* .t.It..l..I 4.i n i AUUIed. Oil chateau where she stopped and *. brig were all swept off br it.. Several others' .
.0 Jl tlidtitulat. 1I be health of our city, was .
pxJ Louisa
"t H.1. -. H .." gooey working ,their passage, but had fallen. ,
A'I't.- c-.V( "u Wl., o\o1rr3uL us In inviting an imweatate return of country.l1lronage. enthusiastically admitted, the village '
4J.ulI\bi. terms of Tuition unahere paymgior their provJsi us. each of -
A'l The temaiti 1 i -
1 rlUllcf_ 1 lu LAW- & By order of the Trust.eo parson' on entering ,the drawing room, tliem .hud.about Hve thousand dollarsm 5irinf/fc/ -.-The.I'ioifold' Herald atate sNbat '
Q Jackt.o ."')urt. 1)tstrict, anu J. IL COX Rector, exclaimed" Mon ti' nu Ibempsan.aqd } '
COUllt uirida. Iieu comme rte m
ry ce
Jtatra ,b:et ) cat" His Office ,of Leon] Academy. specie,' ',when they landed here. rested the S'Dith recently) ar':
B. 4 opposite that of the Dame resemble la bwie ,Dutches- on .charge of robbing James :
Iastnzmcn Register. Pour or 5 boys can be accoroodated with board, by ( ; .Bray .
l'&heltr 9a ':st attention is or to writing their will be dra"1 carl vanplicaVioo to the rwtor of the Academr. ,e !I" He was, however, ,made to be1'he-Late Fire m kadei le.-It now of$250, have Leen examined. .The evidence"- .
t 1e hat arid against T.
ftccttnr. washing; bedding :
including was'noteuiBcient
June t Tr BOard per .err mpaon to
O. 1829. 33u.Mrii lan lc ,. ... "N.." ., ., .. .. '. '. .i. .. .$QO-00, have that she was a cousin of lie fami l appears that the' late fire in .Raleighwas him, and.. ho discharged .from renmindf.

ale ,Piato CARRTER Forte gives lessons I ci Bo.rd e:chtsileoi Pay.bIc lticie at.'the....eDd.. .of..each....uartgr,'I 16 00.: ly. At another house .she l! was,hot g i Ole work of an incendiary.; ,allot a He was.. required to give ball for prosecution.good beha.>' .

"'.. '\!.fa, .BaU'It.ehool-l, JD fI,roem adjtl t Ul.fcor > 4ctntxr 9th' t8 j. f.MM a. newspaper herliancl. J, when_ a y 1:1- inan named ,Benjamin .i'. Leaborn, JOur, which, he,could not.dotana: was rec om..' _

t1r 4! ttherdaughter;'kuetaltc would d eve 10BiitteWtyO to the same c silk- Ott Plti N.'it1> G-E> rcuted, with ne;MMat- l :,.came_ up told ,asked what news. u, wuo- ad.b suspected' has',been arrested \\aJII.a lc.djo prisonstionger and. 1'hettvid: +ece '.ilJ t'mith s'-

t now tbtrinst: rue. .Ii the ;Carlo'Alberto he.waaretnaaded to the SQ.. _
and :
'Mudaoie '
Ste r Qtc lkl tth 11:132. Itf .&WU.wid'di'iat bt'.lt tbiJ Othc ] .tShe \ ; examined andcoounitted foi preni (,oust for Norfolk county for triaJ" -

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_-_ .. '- ."- .-' .. ohlk1- 1 Ttoso were &a,Jaya.of free constru. TTlillLTON Jon.* MlTTtftW: L &zirn, J'.1C01l1 doctrines,bad done more to degrade the cat r. 'In fhj hofy ttuae Of patrit '
poLrncAL. tion the > acter of South Carolina, than any man U"ng, the whole human .
of constitution. Mr. Calhoun was a F. MINTZING, SAMUEL PiuoLEAi\and BENJ.1 family of man- ; .
and that one of the prominent features of the to that God who has
_ candidate for the Presidency. Pennsylvania F. DUNKIN, each acting under their blessed us ah* -
THE* CHARLESTON (s. C.) IRISHMAN. ani Rhode Island, the two.most thorough-g as men," and under their. oath'of office" i as I radical doctrines, was the Yankee principle oj ple-Pau.se Pause, and reflect ,I!IJJ*
(,. PINCKNEY. ing Tariff Slates in the U ion, \t'eren ravour members. I find aUo distinguished members weighing money agllimtpalotinn.1 That I ge the condition in bicb our State e8! '
i It may not unacceptable, Mr. Editor, f fora of Mr. Calhoun, and that, too, expressly i on from other districts:: on the list, who are now '.tl man, is now a fierce nullifier. Now, in 18- lion is placed. Reject from yourc. tr (
back Country farmer to whisper A word of the grounds of his iberal; politics. His notions numbered in the glorious nullification fiateir 24 and '5, brought' public opinion to bear warning to the good people of your enlightened of free construction of the constition i ty. A few of them out of many may be necessary this subject, and by tho triumph of his resolutions -: rid.of tfft. dy".tem, nt the risk .ofwhich a- 10
city. I do not profess to be well-versed in were to be retained as the political doctrines of: to keep Mr. Pinckney in countenance. in fhc( legislature in 1825, put at rest forever system, they have been mere '
,*' the set phrase of speech," but I can tell South Carolina, and South Carolina was to beheld I Timothy Dargan of Darlingtonilliam: A. the favourite doctrines of Mr. Calhoun others, instrumental in fixing on ,
( plain truths in plain English. Yes! truths subject to his disposal, as she always has Bull, Patrick Noble, Thomas Dugan, James and his party. The party of Mr.: i :alhoun, and 1 same political blindness, which fed Jet)&. "
t which are spread on tecords of Ibis State been, except t for the short time in which Judge, : Rembert, and Christopher B. Peuues. The none more zealously lharrMr. Pincknev, stru- : most vigorous periods of their 10\th :"
{ truths which have been printed and read To Smith broke in upon the regular order of Stale I leaders of'the legislature, at that day, were of gled long Hnd hard to sustain the liberal construction hood, to involve !this nation, w tbconstitutional dad."
k me, Sir, J and in a society, where plain dealing and ho-< i to return to Mr. May's resolutions. They and strange to say, every man who is now I laboured in the legislative hall, and must work our utt ruin should be t no... ..,.
f Dost consistency are the only passports to the were committed to a select committee ; but I nullifier, who had a vote on that occasion, voted < in his party paper. Public dinners were given lemn tra nrngJhat they are not safe ...,
t confidence: of the commUnity, I have been more Mr. May was not appointed chairman. Th'1t in favour.of that report, and consequent to Mr. Calhoun and Mr. i\l'uffi",10 the guidt"sa How, in the nam of God
. t t astonished that HENRY L. PINCKNEY should committee reported unfavourable to Mr. Iay's against Mr. May's resolution. And equal upper districts ; speeches were made ; toasts confide in the counsels of these
1 still be enabled to wield a powerful inftuen* I resolution The report of that committee strange i* it, that the very same family of politician < were drank ; a new editien of Mr. 1\1'Duffiu's they now urge you, to measures whicbD, .
in your city. Nay Sir, I have woundered belie was referred to the committee of the whole and Mr. Pinckney of the number, speech on internal improvements was republished volve thi,:, State, and yourselves, in !-, .
J can have retained any part of the confident house, Gov. Hamilton in the chair,who agreed< now denounce as lories, federalists, cowards, in 1824, with an introductory essay I by mon ruin : .nay, more, may lead tn the?
of the enlightened citizens of Charleston in toJit| recommended its adoption to the house. submission-men, and enemies of South Carol himself, and at an ensuing legisblurc, were berment oi this whole Republic On i
'. his political integrty. Mr. PINCKNEY has been The House concun-ed in it with equal unani- na, all persons who hold the doctrines which laid on the lable of members. There 1\lr. of Charleston, at the next electionQfJ
the fai'hful follower of Mr. CALHOUN: : be hfollowed mity. A gentleman present at the time, saidto they then, on their honour and oath oj oJficsustained 1\1'Duffie says :_u the several independentStates pend the fate of South Carolina, and Sl
t all his that Mr. had the mortification in control the general This th ofthis
him through political change, me, May to that report. government destiny great Republic, aod iWpinesa l
and barked on every trail that has been pointed vete alone against tho report, and consequently We beg leave *o pursue the political historyof is anarchy itself," &c. Hut all their exertions { of unborn millions.
I I out to him by his royal master. He has been in tavour of his own resolutions. As tins Mr. Pinckne> a little t further. In 1821, the failed. The State Rights' doctrine triumph- A BACK COUNTRY
I a pliant instrument in the hands of that incon- report ha* never found us way into the newspapers legislature of South Carolina, by a .iesolutic cd. FARE
sisteht politician, to wield a potent influent it i js proper it should be published for solemnly and unanimously adopted, pronounced Dr. ilamsay's resolutions passed the Icgilalure From the Pensacola Gazette
over the people\ of Charleston. With sorrow the special benefit of the good people of the the United States Bank < onstttuiiotial and at an aftei session and. showed that all The
do I say, that he has been too successful, in whole South. Virginia and Georgia were at expedient, Mr. PincKney and the other gentlemen hopes were lost to the doctrines of Mi. Cal- following letter is from Mr. "-Cod
I ]leading with him in all his: changes and ramil that time raising their voice in favour of the named-being pre=se t. houn. The power of South Carolina had I I Secret)" of the ;JNavy, to our delegat,1;' o11lj,
cations, a large portion of the citizens of that great constitutional rights oj: the States. But Mr. Pinckney then voting for it, tin his ho-< gone from him. the people bad taken the beintertstmg to our readers. It dicloae
of the Teak
L S place. Crawioid was the representative of that party, flour, and under U his oath of office." And government in thor: own hands. Mr. Caihot some Seed is to be sent toFU?
M"i My reflections have been called to this: su,.)- aud stood in the way ol' Mi> Caihoun to the yet this self-righteous politician has been busted I was also deserted abroad. The Tariff and Internal I da, and planted this en the live-oak WMIuhinVVe
: ject, bv, the concluding remark in th: Chaile esidency. It was South l/arolina, under the of late: years in writing h line upon line< Improvement Party had abandoned him, i opposite city.
t I ton .Mercury, in relation to Prcridenl JACKSON, guidance of the Caihouu! party, that broke up and prerept upon precept," to prove that the I I and taken up JMr. Clay. He could not be : see that men of .talents and reflectioB
ol Goner the of the South; lad 3Jr. Calhoun said Bank id unconstitutional and made Ptesideut i that will make experiments '
;: Veto on the Hank Bill. Speaking politics : inexpedient, I I by party ; and in 1S2J, in rearing the m*'
; JACKSON, th> editor of the JVlrrcury says :- interet and influence, then united with the dangerous to the liberties of the country. Hut for the first time, did Mr. Calhoun write the. I luable timb although it may occasion TUsinjc
r 'lie has taken upon ibis subject, the right South, New England being with us, on theI so u may be that the Bank interest has not 01 first line against the Tariff tor Piolectioii sneer Irom selfish partizans, Who p
ground constitutional principle' -a ground I question of the tan.i d phalanx would have late been favourable, to thi elevation of jlr. I his W.iS his famous exposition, prepared for look beyond their noble selves. Well dw cannot th,
- r' hich no subtlety or evasion can c uc"u'l yr been opposed to the ciicroachmenU of tl hl' Calhoun to the Presidency, and ihereibre it has the forthcoming; legislature. The whole party ancient exclaim, he has not lived .1.in "
: r l>ate-and thrretore, let a new Dank ilill general govornmpnt, unich wnuid have cru h- become uncoAstitutional, inexpedient ami dangerous became in..tantanouly illuminated. They. who causes one useful tree to flourish,VlT1
r ,f; be framed as it may, he. stands bound to reto it ':d the _!.rAm rcan ')stt"1ll in it.. iniaucy. i. ,.t in the opinion of Mr., Piuekney, and had laboured under the NATURAL DELUSION, none grew before."
: I by! his Honour as a man, and his oath of office tChicJ the latitudinarian uottrmes ot Mr. M'Dufli, the great body ot his party. The opinions of THAT MR. V>ALHOUN COULD BE ADVANCED TO The young live-oak in this ncirtbtniWi
i Magistrate. There can be no cluUlgmg the pupil of Mr. calhoun, led hilt to prosecute Mr. Calhoun have formed the political faith o1 THE PRESIDENCY, BY SOUTH CARORINA RE- from its flourwbiug condition and .
1 or turning now." JH\our.te. cheiue ot Mr. v. aitiouri, a gene .i Ir. Pinckney. whether l tJ r. Calhoun boweu "MAINIISG CNDER THE GOVERNMENT OF illS is' subduing opposition to the wisdom rapid groih,
That Mr. PINCKNEY, who has been a perfectS al systeii ut internal improvement by the general hot, whether he blowed cold ;-and unfoitc- p.IRTYAND HOLDKNQ illS DOCTRINES OF LlBERAI measure of a hve-oak pltatetion. ohi
political chameleon, whose political course has overnl1lent. rom tie moment Mr. MDullic '. nately for the honour ot my glorious litHe :state, CONSTRUCTION. But the delusion van- our neighbours at Tallahassee WhatVU
f exhibited, on great constitutional questions;, a., succeeded in engrafting th.s pernicious they have been governed by the same &tunuar ihedVhen outh Carolina abandoned his doctrines ting of SEEDS, who a shore time, say to the plan.[
changeable colours: as the rainbow ; that dehouid system on the governmeia, ibe tariff party ac- of political faith, excepting for the short period and the Tariff and Internal Improvement thrown itto consternation at the idea ,I'I. ert)
deal in thi3 slang, in relation to a patriot I quired an uocontrolable ascendency: by lornin that Judge Smith's influence prevailed, h bich Party had adopted another favourite-f ting ACORNS ? Their un.leeping .,of plan-
and hen, whohas done more foi hi.- coumry1 ;.. a .inioii, with uiue ,.uies which) desire was from Ib25 to 1828. Air. P ncku. y. in his South Carolina was !o he r-covered to the vvouldtnot suffer any but themselve fo igila
honour and glory than "''r. PINCKNLY:: or his: money and puuhc Unds: ior the purpose of utcrual eany writings, aud up to 1826 or '7, suatainc: Calhoun part), and they renounced their old the public treasury, and wilt now in all look It
\1i ole generation; after him ever will do, i is lujprovf.utut, dna Irom that event llJay the principles of free coR::.-tiuction, of the con- joclrin, which they flOW call .* Tory Doctrine bihty again raise the of prob
enough to induce the reauer to blush for Mr. be dated the r.viis: of the ;,,outh. stitution. He :ustaiued the stupendous sys- *."-They ddopted thf doctrines contain- ling leak Seed. It cry i*, however corruption, fortunate of pb! .
.PjNCK.NETil he is too hardened in politic but let u.> return to the report of the coir tern of Internal Improvement, by which the l d in Judge Smith'- resolutions, in full, and that our Secretary is a man of ,
enLrged micA
Bins to bush (for himself. Mr. PINCKSEY says mittee on Mr. ..hay'.r. OHlUOUS in 1820.- :South w.js annually taxed to make Roads and< have engrafted on thorn a new doctrine, called capable of looking beyond the ,
_" 'fb. retorc, let l a new Bank Bill be Iramuas The report rc.ouuU.d4'(, L; the committee ol x 'anuls i, and clear out iCivers{ for the people otli9 Nullification, which is a remedy, decidedly revolutionary and of leaving a memento of his present moment
it may, he [the President: ] stands bound to the hole to the adoption 0 the! lioust: ', and agreed North and West lie reviled the Stat ) ; intending by thi* remedy to enforce ture times, by the introduction of name the to b.
reto it, by his honour as a man, and his oat vjjice as CliieJ .,'Iai31rate. There can be 110\ The committee to WHom was refered the preamble ,: of narrow viewb, and wanting in wisdon Smith and his party ; evenat th risk of civil the objector, it may not succeed.-True, hit 1
anL 'and resolutuMis bubn.ilted by the Honours patriotism a.id: magnanimity. war, and a ot the Union. ,
changing turning. separation how ii this t fact to tie known, without
The enquiry necessarily presents itself, how' ble Member limn (,;..co:>urneti, J"iV. May, un the a he next action of the legislature! (.f South The whole principles embraced an expc.
of in Judge riment ? It also flourish like
subject tie arm, plpu::>ed at tile last sessio Carolina may our nafo
moralist, Mr. PrNCKN EY, dis.pof'ed ou these great constitutional Smith's resoutions; contained
has this political : of Congress, respectfully icport, T oat althoug queo are in Mr. Pres trees, and at some future time become the fa.
of his honour as a man and his oath your wunnjiltee do, in 0011111.11:1, they believe with LiOns, w&s in 1S24. At the lcgi=lative sessIOn ton's resolutions,acted on by the legislature in rounteof our A'avy.Ve rejoice that it nil
of oflice," as a public character, during hi the great majority of tHeir leliow-citizens, and particularly of that year, Governor ilson, in his message< 1830.: Mr. Pinckney was the champion on have a faIr trial with every prospect of ucccsi
ever-changing political life ? A slight: review tiioscm; the Southern and Eastern St.tr; called the attention of the legislature to the< the floor, and by hi* vote for these resolutionf
of his course will create surprise-surprise at entirely concur xviUi the Honourable Member encroachments[ 01 the general government, in f Mr. Preston. It thus appears that 3ir NAVY DEPARTMENT, Sept. 4, 1832.
the unblushing effrontery with which has, from far as the general principles of political economy in- the prosecution of the American System: &c. ; Pinckney has, under his "oath- of office," andon SlR : -In answer t) your letter of tIO: ;: 224
S time to time, changed his political faith and in- I I volvid most in the Resolution; are ccnccrntdahhoug restrictive and also to the encroachments of the l'edtraJudiciary. his honour as a man," voted for, and nst., I have to inform you, tiiat I shall direct
donation; at the spirit of proscription: with they altcmjtcl eariIesty to IK-deprecate(breed on the the nation as system -- That part of the message was referred sustained. constitutional doctrines at some time, some of the Teak teed to be bentt.) f' a:1-
w.-ich. he has uniformity assailed those who dil and pernicious; a.s a wretched cxprdicnt premature ; to a special committee, of which Air which under the same oath of office," and cola: to be tried on the live-oak plantation ujlorida. a
: fend with him in political opinion.I to repair the loej incurred in snnc: cmmiercisilistrict L'rioleau, (now Judge Prioleau)) was chairman obligation of honour, he opposed and voted against .
do not intend here' to say much of Mi { by improvident and misdirected specula- He reported a preamble as ultra Federal as* ; at other times. And yet this same Mr'mckney Two of the seven agencies are closed, and
X"JXCKNE\S; editorial life. I may, on a f future tions, or as a mil more unwarrantable project to ever flowed from the pen or lips of the elder had tho imprudence to set up as apolitical both of the vessels on the coast are recalled-
OCC&-jfl: p'y iwy respects to him on that sub make the most:; i.ii|>oi-iuiu mien-sis of The country 0)) younger Adams, and concluded with eight moralist, and to lay down rules foihegovernment The other agencies, I think will be closed this
connected with others. 1 here intend sulecrvient to the most i.icoiiMdcrab.e, and to compel resolutions. iicfercncc to three ol them ill of
yet, some General Jackson's: consci-- winter, and earlier if practiable. I have tho
to confine myself principally to MiFINCENLY'S those parts: lIt'the union wiiicli are still pros- jxbibit the character of all of them. The encc ; and to exhibit a test for the gcntral'snioral honour to be respectfully.Your .
: I pcrous and flourishing: to contrib t .te, even by thfiuttcf "
official life in the legislature; of S. lie, as: follows: :-- and political excellence. If"tb
I I ruin, to fill the colters of a few t monopolists i in obedient servant,
Carolina, and apply to him the political aXIOm 3d. Resolved That the and the test laid down Mr.
the others : Yet, when they reflect, tint the ne- people have confer : by Pinckney. bv LEVi WOODBURY.
be has set forth f for the government of \icncr; -;; ssssity: universally: felt, of regulating' the commerce red no sovereign power upon the legislature to impugn -I which to judge Gen. Jackson, are to be appli.d -
al JACKSON. When Mr. PintKNEY: was qtiali, if the country, by more ,enaig! -.a and uniform the acts of the Federal Government, or the to rimscir, then the annals of this country,, -- mad
tied as a member of the legislature of South! )rmcit.les! was tne first motive tuat induced thJailing decisions i of the Supreme Court of the U. States. could not produce: more finished picture of Great 1I1m'lalilil.-Thn cholera has
of convention in 'n when cousidr 4th. Resolved, That exercise of such a I its: appearance at ilockport near leavtlaod,
Carolina, he did in the presence (If Haavon, a : ; they any political depravity. But the whole of the
tnutumong the powers EXrKliSSLY'given up] power ly this State would be an act of usurpation conclu:3lons I 'hio, with fearful f fatality: in the family ot( &
and the congregated representatives of Uus by the States and vested in Congrc, by the con. 5th. Resolved, That the Representatives of the :. drawn by him from the President'sreto I Mr. Cunningham. On the morning ot 1 thaOlh
State, lay his hand upon tho Holy Evangelist ititutioti, is the very one reg.ilating all! laws re- people in Congress are only respoasible under God are fiction ; and as Mr. Walsh has re- 2 ult. all the members of it breakfasted-
of Almighty God, and swear that be would I j13tlUg to commerce : ABOVE ALL, tJhellthey advcr'a t.o the people. published Mr. Pincfney'"Iews, on the Veto, ether in usual hewlth. before sunrise of tte
** support, maintain and defend the Constitu. the consequences likely to result from (practice '1 his report was referred to n special comnittee -' sauthorit: ) he might perhaps be aiding the llowing four of them had been summon-
tion of this State, and ot! the United State'" t unfortunately bcccjne too common of arraying upon of hich Judge Smith was chairman cause of patriotism, by republishing: these ed day A fifth followed and
This onth he took on the several occasions, luestions of national wlicy, Sfte.sAS: DIS- Judge Smith retorted a preamble, and the following triclures. to eternity. soon ,
when he was elected representative.! Let U8 I 'I'lNCT & KNDl-li-KNDKNT :.SOVEREIGN re&olutions as a substitute for Judgeriolcau's Mr. Pinckney belongs to tho infallible two others: were 1 lying in a hopeless state,atthe .
TIES; IN Oi'i-ObinON;: 10 UK /, HAT IS party. Ltest dates. the bead of( the t famtljf who
of the action of the I The whole Calhoun
now look l iuto t.ic lory :- party, since they have
renounced -
MUCH THE SAME THING, wiih a view to exercise adjust returned from New York, was: first
,' legislature of South Carolina, oa the several :: 1st. Resolved, That Congress does not pos- their old political: creed, which thavwore
a control onr the g-fjtm sricci'imenttyou\\ attacked, but is believed to be on the recove
; blanches ol the Atir-riean System>> tho lasifl{ .ommitteeftel ito it their indisptneuble: duly to scss tne power, under the constitution, to adopt a by foi so many year, and have adopted "
nnd Internal Improvement, us well as on the< I L'liOl iT again&t a measure o/' which they believe general system of Internal Improvement as a national a political lailh 1 as oppose as light is from ry.
Bank of the Unitrd tatc8. In looking into the tendency to be so chie'tous, aud recom measure. darkness, still claim to be the only. true patriot It has also appeared on the line of the Ohio
that history! we will perceive in what inanneJDdr. nend to the House, that ona*, as on ever!/ other i l lect 2d. ResolvedThat does not authorise a right to impose and col- : in the State, and that all the political Canal, as far south as Dresden.
taxes, Congress to laya tax
** bound : occasionwiwJaic/i1'1iEGENERAL \\ ELFARif dom the The Cincinnati Board of Health r: forthe
Pinckney has felt hiuisell Ly hi lilr l other than such as are necessarilymlraced In State, centre in them. So it seems ports
his Cloth I > the Republic is in question, they adhere to those< any purpose that '.Mr. llth Oct. four deaths Cholera, andfif
and C-alhoun and his
honour as a man, by oj office, to : : in the specific grants of power,and those satellite at all sca-
net consistently with his avowed official opinion Aw ,elate liberal has and been magnanimous hitherto so proudly principles distinguished by which necessarily implied therein. sou and undei the most oppose politicalicorie.s cases remaining. For the 12th October,eighteen -

*. Mr. Piucfcney will make but a sorry In consideration of the above reason, your committee 3d. Resolved, That Congress ought not to ex- have, according to their showing, deaths, and eleven cases remaining.A .
member of the Church of God if i he refuse; are of opinion that the preamble and resolu rcise a power granted for particular objects ef- been the exclusive patriots of the State, and person residing about three miles from
to be judged by the same standard of morality 10113 referred to them be rejected." feet been other conceded.objects, the right to effect which has never hAve had all its: honour and glory in their holy Mount Vernon, who had recently viiitedleaveland

U'hich he has laid down as the test of moral Here we rind Mr. Pmrkney4n 1820, 88 well 4th. Resolved, Thatit isanunconstitutionalex- ecping. was attacked with spasms, aaddied
f excellence, and political in'egiity. for another. I a is the other political friends of Mr. Calhoun ercise of power on the part of Congress, to tax ll is to atl the virtuous and the wise in this ; two days after. On the next day, Dr.
I am, Mr. Editor, a retired man, who do not l>>y honour as men," and under their u oath the citizens of one State, to make roads and canals part of the world, a matter of wonder, that'he Mnxfield1 of Mount 'Vernon, one ofthephy-
5- mingle in the political turmoils of the day, ]I I of oflioe" olemnly piKrming oy their votes, for the citizens of another State." proud, high-minded, and enlightened citizens ctdns who had attended, ottie deceased, ww
feel however, deeply for my country's welfare, the doctrines contained in the above report., Judge Smith's resolutions were inveterately I I ot t .. harle ton, should up to this time, have so iddonly seized with the ii.ost: alarming symptoms -
I ,find have thought it necessary nt this crisis to There is not a man now living in this nation, opposed> and Mr. Prioleau's supported by the uphcity suffered th understandings to be of L/helera, aud survived only 12 hours.He ,
,throw my humble mite intelligence) ; into the not even Mr. Clay or Mr. Adams who goes whole Calhoun party, and by none more than l led through political mazes, e.-en to the very [ was a member of the hoard of Health, ..Iudwas
balance, and let it weigh whA, it may 1 hai \ c I arther in the froe construrji&n of thu consti-- Mr. Pinckney ; he acting on .. his honour as ammjjnd verge of revolution, by Henry L. Pinckney, highly esteemed in his profession: capa-
Do pr ;tensions to scholarship. having nevci utiun, than does the doctrine contained in thai his .oatifof office." The man whoat thl. creature of a politician, whose aapiration city, as well as a valuable citizen.
hau aruaniages of education, i'ecpi: of the eport.. With a declaration in the report of the this day would ,hold surh 'doctrines a*: are to t tho Presidency have made him the chauon > The Louisville [Ky.] Advertiser oftbe 13th
plaim-M! kind ; but I have been industrious in mpolicy and ..ruinous' effect of the protective contained in Prioleau's resolutions, or oppose of the most Inconsistent political cieeds. states, that '. some ten or twelve deaths bart
rca ing and observing. I am only capable system on the South, the report expressly and the doctrines expressed in Judge Smith's wouldbe is It possible that the people ,of therefore} of treating the subject in a plain and unequivocally asserts the constitutional powerof pronounced by Mr. Pinckney and his poli- identified with the most 'glorfou* and pa- tending physicians are to he believed.*'
tinprctcnding manner. In the year 1820, wad ',ioi.grcss to protect manufactures, under ticul associates, a tory, .submissieuist, an enemy lolic rememberauces, shall be considered pohiticat The whole number ot*cases wh.cb had
the first movement made in the legislature of the clause to regulate commerce. Thu report to his State, and probably u-orae names. : weathercocks, who will face to any point p tared at Galena on the Mississippi! *a*
South Carolina on the subject ol' the tariff for further, in tcrms as strong as language can It L thus appears, that up to this period, (December of the compass, a.s they are biealhed on by afew which 7 had died, 3 of which were on boarde !
protection. If there was any before that time, frame, asserts and proclaims that on this as on 1825,) Mr. Pinckney did, on every men, the followers of the most ancon lst- Warrior, DiarrhOM has been the preVaiW:
; 1,do not Know of it. every other subject, on which the GENERAL o( caSion'then the subject came before the le- cut and ambitious politician now living in the disease, and nearly every""person afilicted with
At that session ((1820) M*. May, a. member WELFARE ')f the Republic i is in question," it is islature, :Olemnly!! sustain the cowstitulionali- ,tuteViJl! you follow the leaders who have cholera, has! had previous warnings:: outs P*
from Chesterfield, introduced certain resolutions rise, liberal, and magnanimous, for the State ly I oi the tnriti" for protections ; the constitu- i changed (their politics with aa little ceremony, proscb by a diarrb ll. .
: denouncing the tnrift' for the protection of to yield. The report also protests in the onulity of the Bank of the United States I and as ready as they would their coats, as they
.. domestic manufactuies, both on tho grounds! strongest tcrm, against the practice of arraying and the right of the general government to have found It ueccessary to keep the power ofthe Richmond, Oct. 20.-We think it our (lullagain
its: uBi-onstitutiocality and on tho other ground upon questions of national 1 policy, the Prosecute the system of internal improve- State:) m their hands You have hitherto to caution our readers. Tbe *boardscd
L of iu injurious tendency on the South. A States as distinct and independcnr Sovereignties icnts ; and acknowledged the supremacy delighted to0honour these men with your political health announces that the Cholera ha *11
I strong party in Congress; had been pressing in opposition to, or with a view to exercise a fUhe United States Court. Whilst doing all confidence, even when they have heldtile to exist as an epidemic in this city. So )f e W
the system'.forward, from timo to time, and the control over the general government," and this, hw was acting under his oath oj office," most coutaiy doctrines i hey have now pec, and all believed, but owing, probably CJSCI
,object of Mr. May's resolutions! was to meet declares such a practice t1Iischi ,'ious" in its to protect, maintain, and defend the constitu- brought our Slate to the veiy verse of a revo- some imprudence, or exposure, a few i* !
: the piibjf'ct at the threshold, by the strong de- tendcnc}". It will be borne in mind that this tiOIl of this State, and the United States, and JUl tiou I iiut one step more, anu the die will appeared yesterday, more or less marked fi' CCtbeae ;
'nuncuti./n of the legislature of this State, against report asserting in such strong and palpable under the obligations_of his ** honour man.. be> castVbo! can tell what is: to be the formation their l character. One physician, ,had ;
it. Then was the favourable moment, terms the constitutional powers of the general l It; is passing strange, that Mr. Pinckney of a revolution- 1 its course we may cases under treatnientaI3Other. aeadirWhich
to assert the strong and ,decided opinion of overnmeut,and protesting against all' attempts the whole ply of Mr.' Calhoun, during the conjecture for rum, desolation! contusion, and has not yet terminated." -The a
this State as to the unconfctiiiilionalitf of the to array tne States as independentSovereigniies hole'time:ihey'were-delending these doctrines human misery haveal vays: marched in the train is now uncommonly, iintr.. Yesterdaylicious citizen ifd **
protective uystein, and our dcterrt.i ..tion not against the govcrnmentnrosefrom Mr. May's (jth,wtththeir'pens, & in the legislative halls, of revolution, but nOw, o can tonjectelure what day. But we fear that our" o3!* .
to submit to it. New England waa 'hen'with nitre: attempt to bring before Congress, by legiSlative aimed[ to themselves all wisdom, and all the will ue its conclusion i he Republics of for- tired of tbe restraints under.wlt e.) theY'dden17jowi
u*, and hid not withdrawn h(millions, from resolutions, the_ decided opposition of p itriotiam, and all the true Carolina feeling inthe erdays! have passed away.. i'beir history been liviug for six weeks, are too *: ..
"ConHt'e'7OeYav hiu, ** :.a 1t' llMrtime'and then the'hour," and in *t.:> inlant( state. Mi. t'iuckneywas, bow.fever friend of Mr.: Calhoun, and consequently itfree rife,and factious opposition to their owa ov- .
;:' W8outh CaroKns, ,-,bad then assumed,the atti in good companyinthi s work of consoli- thinker in politic;,.said to me,-,early in 18.I : eruUlen i, dettroyad.tbe frame of their KepubUrmuffliecj -, ..: u... iuLLOF .c.D.+., -" & 'P' 11

: tade, (ft Bepabho Fottld. b.Y'lIee.lfar Bot,,I dntieo, ;W; L'-: Hai*-- 'Doling. .vilj-; -&ro i JAMES- -'I I .26,,that..Judge Smith* with his State.Rip I I !ic a4 in itatr ott..notiend. ruuu{1 1tt. CUlt tOr ale.lhii2 8t11cva
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__J-- _J1- '-"-- __Lt,'_. against on of 350,000 bales i t the*ifie perioa lak 'ie rthn, efie ia.1n1rm ed :$ai he'had been o"- -Toe. .... '. err ." -r .., '-, ",_tflltSAtA' .."-. .. '. .'eI", .
1]'det1r things.., reign of Louts "
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I jJ1.1DIjtfb. year.The increase demand and consequent advance buried for several hours, which made her very ]I .H lIDost'.uocert3inev: n.a.changeof,ministry .tt.1iid, about &tTtnty-fiTe enEaiiig. attu, cr.coo aere
and she which ja'it
of prices, is the natural effect of the well founded insisted on his being i e.thuw| th him may produce important tn tIincultLyitti n: 'r-a.

{Jl ilWA"&mIm opinion which prevails in Liverpool and Manchester m ed. Her desires were, aftei-'a fchoil delay.cornph 'give. vent to'the aclive sympathies consequencesand of the dren-a Also, Lcn likely yU flgomeflwo an'cJ chil.

to the probable extent of the of d with, and the horror of the chOr mules. eattJe.and
as supply spectators French in behalf of their liberal brethren of w hop, oxen.
? MORNING. NOVEMBER 6. Cotton on the one hand, and the demand for it on can scarcely be imagined, \hen on opening he Germanic 'conl d ration. a libaal a-edl 1tJl.tbe For crop 0 f1" and fodder; upon
the last 4 months of I8S2. the Any active in- trmijpy tii Mr. C. C.'ViIli:1ms.
die other, during \Ve coffin it was found the child had turned TaIIahAise -
jIALThNYREFU1'EI-inccthc t rposition of the French which ortO 1he'suWriber
!' doexpIoSiOfl not believe that it is attributable to any other round, and torn its face almost will sooner or place, 1"1D 'n tho
live-oak affair nnd the emphatic and to piecewith Inter take place mil infallibly JOHN L..VICf-ERtI.
of the circumstances,nor that any decided opinion respecting bring down the November 6th 18M. '
declaration respecting Judge Berrien we have Cotton (favourable or otherwise) extends agony life having, it must be supposed, come to Northern hordes with the impetuosity of an JleowS.EXECUTOR'S.By .
in "
FO5iiVC this
recetl1 heard of one to the effect that Col. \\'bile much beyond the end of the present year. dreadful situation. I avalanche and a general war must then ensue. virtue and in exetutiori of the

his mileage to Washington, by the *ay of On the one hand it is believed (correctly as wethink We do not pretend to prf'dict-tbe day nor the <'ea.I shall ment of Jonathan Thoraaa de.
ewrp Indian expose to
This is- without shadow that the manufactures but TreaI.-m.-We learn from the Globe I public sale,before the court
.Orleans. /a/seAood a ) were scantily hour when these things will happen: but that house door in QUincy,on.
j informed that with cotton on the 1st Sept and 'we that Gen. Scott and Gov. Uaynolds have concluded I cember Saturday the 8th day of DC-
arc credibly
j-'faandation ; yet we .thiskn ; they will come to pass, IS SLA morally and politically next at IS oVIock A. AI.-.a.tract er
cajumnyis industriously circulated and ow thai in many articles of manufacture andparticu'arly a treaty, at Rock Island, with the \V 10- certain as emit :. section of land, being the north west quarter quarter orscc-

M t,fropi man to man, and (rom county to county, in certain numbers of Cotton Twist, nebagoes, which secures the removal of the in Listory nations.any already recorded_ tithe on one, in township two-north of range four, west.
r : This land
d & understrappers of the part there has lately been a considerable rtnewal of demand tribe west of the Mississippi, anti gives us avery is situated within a mile of the flourishing
by the and some rise of prices. From these two village of Quincy,and is of general gocd _
J to Col. White.( We had hoped that past xpe- circumstances added to the allcdged fact of valuable tract of country now O.ct.ptedby FROM THE LONDON MAGAZINE. J Mr. Jesse Jernigan who lives on the premises quality will

(1jnce bad tsueht them, at least discretion, in assailing increased consumption in Great Britain a generally it- by Indi IDS. The Cholera had disappeared The Hero of the Plague.When the plague show A the land to any one who may wish to purchase.

thet racter of our delegate.-It is a fact, which must is1ebeen lair to infer that the regular demand from manufacturers at Rock Island. The ( omu.i siuflt-r; intended I raged violently at Marseilles every link of af known liberal on the credit day will of sale.be given_ -further terms made

known to some of the individuals with whom the 4 last of forthwith to commence negotiations with fe
during months 1832, will ctmon was broken ; the father turned fromthe BAl'iK1EACHAM
originated, that the members from Louisiana off Cotton at least the the Sacs and Koxe Ot dsdcn ,. Ex'tor,
Ih iUrI, carry a quantity equal to child-the child from the father : cowardice county.- 'venher 6ll 13>2. 126w
e three or four hundred dollars more than the largest consumption of the same four months informer and 0

;te from this territory-It also a fact,that when years. Last year this quantity was 263-, From Hit Philadelphia Gazelle. nation. ingratitude no its longer excited indig J. G." N BAfr1'LEN'
Misery .s at when
White went to Confess, be received the precise 000 hales, and on an average of six years, from height, it thus
C d. AFFLIL Tl\ Yt-dtcruayafternoon between HAVE rst received by late
destroys every generous feeling,-thus dissolves j arrv
tJ5t0 CERTIFIED AND RECEIVED by his pred{_ 1326 to 1831, it has been 230,000. It is believed .
c: five and six o'clock, as Mi..s 3Iar arctta tie of humanity The NewYork.oo0 .
Gen. CALL, ,hich um was paid, on the that this year it will not fall much short of 300,000 every city became "
r Potter, daughter of the.late \\ iiliain Potter desert
v a
the.gras in the streets funeral
;s1ftb1'hed without certificate from him, and has grew ,-u .

dent glucc he was in Congress, been increased a sin- Now to meet the demand of this assumed quantity was returning with another young I.ul), fr.lmthe met you at every Sf "p. Pair Negro shoe*,. .d Urogans .

JlfLre are curious to know "hat fiction will of 230 a 300,000 bales, we had, on the 1st church ol'the Rev. Mr' Chambers, she The physicians assembled in a body at the 500 Pieces Negro Cotton Fustains,,

PIt be coined by the brilliant immayinations of these S ept., a stock of only 260,000 bales. We cannot was seized with a sensation of faintness, and Hotel rle Ville to hold a consultation on the 500 Do. do. Wollen Cloth and SatinettA
receive from the U. S. more than 50,000 bales of remarked to her friend that she felt fearful 100 Do. do Point Blankets .
'n.-\\c advise them, to be more cautious for the old extremely disease, for which no remedy had yet 100 Do. Rose & ,
crop-from Egypt we nothinO'from Duffile do.
expect ,
'tbt1tUTf, to slick to probabilities to coin some story Brazil little or nothin!, and the new crop of ii i. ; he young lady addressed, turned to- been discovered. After a long consultation, 20 Bale Domestic Sheetings & Shirting. fcC;

zt* juiy; contradicted. Uie U. States (even should it prove to be an earlyone w.irds her companion, and found her in tears. they decided unanimously, that the malady 15 Dozen Wool Hats, .

) cannot he received here in large quantities till Mie became momentarily worse ; and ou had a peculiar, and mysterious character 500 Pieces Stripe& Plaid Domestics. ,
The Augusta Courier of Uic 30th ult. quotes cotton aij the end of Dec. or beginning of January. rt-acbin- the corner of L he ,nut and Tenth which opening a corpse might develope ;-an 150 Do. Scotch-..Bagginr., c .

..tStol01. There is only one ract assumed in this reasoning si t eds: was assisted into a drug ntore, hard by. operationhirh was impossible to attempt, From N ew- ;lenii" by'

which we think must not be implicitly relied ere a physician of the neighborhood was sent si nce the operator in\i>t infallibly l become i avictim theSchoonST 4
j)n election was yesterday for members of the I on, and that is, that the consumption Cotton forthe lor b who ordered her to be taken instantly in a few hours the I NATIVE Li
'gila .e council.-The following is the result as far last 4 months of 932 will! exceed those of fbrh ; po'Vcr o 150 Bbls. WHI hEY p
otue, as her house was nth at hand. She human art to save him, as the violence of the -
1 card. mer For it E 50 Half
.e have years. must not be forgotten that ourpresent do. old( do 1
J.i Ward. Bradford. Duval. Byrd. high prices will infallibly deter other manufacturers was placed in the physician'h carriage, in a attack wdlild J preclude their administering the r 100 Bbls Superfine New Wheat FLOUR

I Tallahassee, i'552G 154 1341G '10-2 from extending their purchases, beyond state of oomph te exhLustion, hut able to coni- customary remedies. A dead pause succeed 100 Coil BALE ROPE,

\"Muk": 22 34 7 jI what may be required for their immediate consumption p bend objects in the street. In parsing a- cd this fatal declaration. Suadcnlj d urgeon 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, ,

!' "dricls, 21 I particularly when they know that .therc I long she onserved her mother, who bad been L bent y the nai-ie of Guyon, jn the prime of life, 10,000 5 Lbs.Hhds.Middling Canvassed&.IMS Shoulders BwJCOJV

.. IS the prospect of a large crop ui the U. St ltes. s (for, hurrying to the shop whence she had I and of great celebrity in his prolession, rose 60 Boxes& Kegs best Richmond! TOB.iCC0 :

303 212 15JJ ISO The Stock of.American Cotton at Marseilles! on I just been removed ,he called to 3rs. Pot and said firmly,- Le it so : I devote I 20 Do, Porter and .1LE, ;
the 1st Sept. did not exceed 5000 bales and thc rajs 10 Dozen Collins1 .
tcr in a l leej-lf "Olce.and this for the of & Cos. fIXES,
Th r1to era is making great ravages at Cincinnati-, total I stock of 12,000 bn/es. Ti.e prices of Mobile recognition I safety my c'ountrJ.-llefure this numerous 100 IMGb SP.T. .
and Upland firm va* the I hst f her life. She was conveyed I assembly, I promise, in the name of -
the 13th ult.27 deaths were reported. were at t tfO a 95. '
OB h un.e. and eXt ept the repetition 01 her mothers humanity, and religion that to-n.orrow, at the BlouCs tiled &(tw Cotton Gins.

It is oSciajIy] announced that Wolf's majority is Jlttum Salt.-The )la*.: Kenawi.a Banner same -he never poke again. In ten I break oi day. I will dissect a ccrpse and write t ton

IB* that there had been recently established statesL ininuteH, .-lw *ns a lifelnss corpse. d as I proceed what I observe.1' THE? Sib: >criber has an assortment

county by Messrs. DoiiuallyNoye', and Patrick, This mysterious dispensation of providence lie left th'j aj--ciiibly instantly. They admired best b'leil SaVe Cotton Gins, assoted

The legislature of South Carolina consists of ninety.lfW1 a manufactory for the production ofJHlum Sali, has ieniovd an umi.ible, beautiful), and accomplished him, larnenteu hi" tate ajd dOUble .sives: trout 30 to 71 saws,which III be sold at $2 and
which f forms a new era iu the manuf.icture; of -salt I: gi,2j per saw on a Credit until the first day oi Janus
nullificrs,and twenty-seven union men, in :LeHgnsf in that re .jon. The young lady, from a circle of almost t whether he would persist in hi design. Th ry. .ext to : though extremely -
end thirty-one milliners, and fourteen union simple,"ia essentially different fiom the old pro a adoiui" friends. A most affec'i ig incidentwa.i L intrepid and pious Guyon, animated by all thsublinu
: 1I in the &UlltC. connected with hei dissolution. A anoliaM.y22, 1832. 4< ;f
The religion
cess. proprietors are now making not less vounouentiriuati 1:1 energy or patriotism can inspire .
: than 200 bushels of fine *alt per day, with a consumption a friend of the famity! had engage I acted up to his word. lie bad married: II ENRY BOND.-Otler: lor salt CU '* ON
t EW- Oct. 10. of much Its labour and cal than is le- to accompany her to church in the evening und was rich ; and he immediately made blswill GiNS, tdade by Mr. John hcfciy, cf Louisv Uer
quired upon an oidinary J furnace; which pioduces He called at the appointed hour, and on in- dictated by justice and lie to tawAIt, 2 of Alexander's Florida -
OJT Ne\\ .Srholler E/i/we, boarded yesterday much less piety. confessed I- ; the above Gins ill be sold on reasonable tenu
the Snip: HUl1t\-illt', Capt. Stoddard, which sailed: a quantity. In iht process all the !ftl'- quirin u one was ready, w as answered i4 sFz and at midnight received the sacra at 6 months for good ecllrit).

from Livepo.i on the 9ti September. The Edi- eign matter is effectually excluded, and the salt I isdtaill"! lie could not believe it ; and oncnliririj meut.A Cotton Bagging, Scotch and Kentucky,

tnrof the Courier and Enquirer has received by: I produced to any both in in the appearance world." and quality, is Hotinfvnor : the room where she lay as if in su-rp, man had died in his house, within fouratidtwenty Ky. Bale Boilers Ucpfc ot and small Tvine-sizes.

this fine vessel, London and Liverpool) da tes of the; in her morning dn-ss, he hurst into a paroxysm hours. Guyon, at daybreakhut 400 Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt,

6'J)Sept. of tejrs, and, with others refused 1 himself 50 Do. Coarse
FROM THE LONDON LAKCET OF AUGUST 11.Aetr many to be up in the same room ; be took with Alum,
, Lonnoy, Sept. 8.PORTUGAL. comforted." him ink Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. .
.-The last arrivals from mode of preparing Pure Stigar.-I avail paper, and a little crucifix lull of t Tallahassee f
Oporto, 18 1832. '
______ ___ entbusia.-m _ _, _sept._ _,_ _ 5tf.
HI record nothing! addition to tin1 previous intelli myself of the opportunity which your Journal at- : never had he felt more firm or eo I- _-_ _

, gence. The Marquis Palmella had a long con f fbrds, in occasionally inserting notices of scientific I'' it the battle of Yorktonn, whilst: the.aids I lected. Kneeling beside the corps-c he wrote FORS2tLE.

Ffitnee tin Tuesday, \vith Lord Palmerslon, at. the, interest and inquiry, although not immediately connected o the Anierican chief were issuing hi, orders -" Mouldering tenement of an immortal soul I, 6 .Q 5 B Is Whiskey, "I'"I'LJ" Ii J

Foreign. Office, and set off next day f for Oporto, with medical science, to announce to your along the line, a man discovered a short distance not only can I gaze on thee without terror, but 35" Eresh S. F. Flour, "

with \ery important: dispatches: fron the IJritish readers a t fact important both in a philosophical 1 from it, who presented'father a grotesque even with joy and grattitude. Thou wilt 25 Bags" Coffee,
Government to Don Pedro. It is understood that I and commercial point of view, the preparation of open 200 Corn. : .
upearance, being t1re ed.in the to mo the of Just
common gates a glorious eteinity. In discovering received from ?icw-0rlcans. .
the command ot the Constitutional Army was offered I pure sugar direct from the cane juice, without any cloth i
worn at the time the lower ,
by order inba : : to me the secret of the terrible E.SEIXAB.
to Sir Robert \\ ilson, by whom it was defined. subsequent process of dccolonsalion, solution, or ctuooe .
Gen. llotnarino: an officer of big!* merit, refining.Wlmst. < k parts ot the country, with an otter-rap plague which destroys my native city, thou Hagnoi.w. A* 29, 41 .tf I

is now spoken of as likely to lake the command.LlhBOK this most important desideratum to the lesembling in shape a steeple and a broad'j] I will enable me to point out some salutary remedy KEKli : JjKCiEb ha\euu.iy ."rvceivei" uiJ- It

Aug. ]7. the planter is effected, it must be considered a : l leather aprlll). His equipments: consisted of ; thou wilt render my sacrifice useitil.O 1. on hand at their stores at TaJhr.asl e and

The American Frigite, the United States, having I proof ibat molasses were but a product of the former a small wnodchuck's skit, sewed together in God! (continued he) thou wilt bess: the action fcu A.aifllie 123 Pieces fitJ'J\\m Cotton articles
on board Commodore Patterson commandinIhe : mode operation, from the intenee and long the form of and : Bagging, i
g | I a bag, partly: filled with pov der thou hast thyself inspired." SO Toils Bole Rope, p j
naval division o the Methierranean, arrived I i j continued degree of heat employed' in the process. and an old rusty gun, \vliH5h measured about I He began-he finished the dreadful 200 Uo. Bailing Twine,
bcron the 6th. This' .fiigate quilted the i es, rather than an educt trom the cane, in[ operation
Tagu.imtl > I sugar feet 800U lfs.Bacon, ides and
seven Hams
eight inches, from the muzzle to and recorded in'detail his \pera..1 ,
lOb and the l fj.which light it has bven ( former surgical (
sallie-day; tIling out o j. unifrmlyiewed by the 30 brls. J\lets: ,and Prime Pork,
to end of the
breech .
tie! cllem The of nod wnich had probably tions.-He then left the room,-threw the I-
nv r, received on hoard Don liguel. The st. improvement the present papers : G) Kegs Leaf Lard, .
Prince was :uluieil with 21 guns, the crew were over the ordinary mode of operation, consists in lam in the smoke ever since the landing into a va.-e of vinegar, and immediately I 30 brls. Monongalieja and common TVIiIskey> ;

: ottered. and the Portuguese flag was hoisted, effecting the last stages of concentration in a vacuum of the pilgrims. One of the aids passing him ought the Lazaretto, where hu died in twelve i 5 :rIs.! Baltimore Gin, .

\i! ap[>eareJ more estraordiijarv. as the Prince pan deprived atmospheric tire by means in course of his round, inquired oi him to: hours,-a dejth ten times ';:ore glorious than 10 Jamaica brls. Molasses.and New.OrI ansRum, "

4'o, 1 1amiair-pumnp, the process which was first proposed what regiment he belonged. "I oelong to no the warrior, who, to save his country ; rusheson 20 brla. Puperfire Flour

lj cr E gisn vessels 1 in the Tagus.PrinceMeitcrniclijlhe by the Hon. Edward Charles Howard, and regiment," said the fellow, after "he had hrrd: the cnctn.'s ranks-since he advances with 40 bjls. Mackerel! ," "os.,J and 3, ;

'.4 I ceiclira ted Austrian prime most successfully introduced into operation in the his long carabine. A few moments after the hope, at least, and sustained, admired, and seconded 40<' Sucks Liverpool Ground and Hum Salt, ;
Mausterit w. uld is jilnnit visit refineries of Great Britain and by which \;Jch;
appear to England sugar officer rode together with a general assortment of Grc
but fellow !
by again t whole
bldn.* Brussels, and some say, Paris on his route. the heat that j is employed is not sufficient to produce seeing by a army. tel ics, Dry l>o>xls,Hard are,Crockery ware,Castings
,HB jo-irnev has, of course, given ne to considerle l any change in the constitution of the elements very busy, and sweating with exertion, ne Physicians who remain firm in the discharge Iron assorted; Cast, German, and Blistered Steele,-
; *|< fipccufation, though of its object, nothing jx>- of Uie sugar. A concentration of the juice at the once more enquired to what regiment he be of their duties, while the fears of their frllow-. hey offer to tii'ir cusforaers and the public at lair i i

uveapiK-ai s tube llnwn. reduced femperaturerequired in the operation I, l longed. To no regiment," was the answer" citizens are prompting thrni to fly from contagion prices august 28th 1832. 2tf I IIDm

FRANCE.-Tiie Pans dates are of the 5th eflcctually prevents the formation molasses, and 1 the speaker at the same time levelling his piece display that moral courage which is a; (Q.iDA m !U Ui1 ;

September,when it appeared probable that no new the sugar is preserved from undergoing that extensive at a red coat who was preparing to fire, but t far superior to the physical which sustains LARGE
energy and
.J-uoisterial arrangements would take place before partial change and de com posit ion in whichit who diopped dead before he h d half* raised: the soldier in battle as mind is complete, assort :
t f meeting of me Chambers. A new triumph! i has ever uniformly before been transmitted to superiorto rncn Fresh Drags and Medicines,just rcceied !
}lbeen his gun. T6 what company do you belong ? matter. from New York and Baltimore ..
J ( gained bv the in the at our hands. sl\let !"'' -'salejind ;
press acquittal to what batallioo do ____ __ retail. merchants
no to Country and
company .I. is
Ediu thus obtained is in
gowof tie rof a liberal paper, called Lirrtamutrdc sugar perfect, pure, I- -.tied the {
on most
belong { to no battalion"-" then L>:'eu J.. the ijth of acccmmode.tinglSugar trxn
Lyons, on three distinct cuarges transparent, granular crystals, developing the form you Quincy on Ociooer, Co. S.\
out of die, brou;ut against him by the govern of the crystal of the sugar, and being entirely free where the devil l do you belong, or who are you MUEL F. L. . Dra Magnolia iDV. SEIXAS.Florida. 4

1DCnt. from the least portion of uncryntallisable sugar, righting for 1" Dang ye," said the fellow, M-yM 41 tf ..
molasses matter. Itt taste is ** UC1'IO.-\VJil oe sold ax aucuuu,at the rotim oJie j _ _ _ '_ -_ -_ _
or colouring I don't I
of very; belong am fighting on *
nptnms fcnncntation any lYL subscriber door
are breaking out a- one clow Kerr and Sturgcs MEDICAL.
mellifluous and is best ;
not approached even
toy refined
t t tflthewesTe1n clit rit'1.8,amJ there is reason to than which it is more valuable for all my own hookV'L| cc il Tuesday the thirteenth inst., a/jr-neral assortment comestics l The undersigned have formed( a partnership
3' h tttte tuntry in that quarter will apam be sugar .yc.&c. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock A. under the firm of CREW &. TRIPFE for the
solution for domestic
. 'trne civil The Duciiess purposes or economy. Editor L U. J. HACKLBV, Auctioneer. of the different
;.preto war. i Jispcct Errope.-Thc intelligent branches of the science
&Bt7iiqt111 I have: forwarded a sample for your notice and] i\ovember6th 1832.
in La Vendee, and it is believed inspection, and for the information of your readersmay | of the New York Albion gives this "* nutshell 12tfNOTICE. of medicine. They have on hand an extensive

a ttthepedsluts: are :iirain acting under her im- state that samples may be bad of Messrs. view" of the present aspect Europe .-} 11 person indebted to Benj.F.Cooper supply of fresh medicines which !they" will d!:';:$ .
ttlb.1tJrden Tie refusal of the King(if Wur- note or other.vise, are requested to make of on liberal terms. Their office is in \VebbvilIe-
J ; Oaks & Son, 97, Houndsditch, manufacturers of That the present aspect of continential politics .
"g receive tae: representations of tie incf payment to-and those having claims against him,will[1 ,Jackson County. H B. CREWS
:1 liakt4int0c ull"JgPn with the apparatus, to which gentlemen, science is indebted I- i indicate the approaching dissolution of I call on the subscriber. Those ho make default tiie HUilt
,t regard to tue late acia l' (iflPPE.Vebbville U
fir successful l and full of
Ger&nau the development the of the family cannot be first particular, must suit.
'. Diet, has been i'ni'-ated'ty the peace European exprct April ,
'- j n<">f Bd\ara on the occasion of a similar ad- the, application of this process, the effect of which questioned ; and if peace be broken on the JOHJS K. CAMPBELL, Att'y in fact. -
: cannot but be most beneficially felt byall who arecCJJcernl'd NovembemberGih 1832. I26-,.fLA weeks after date
the application will bo
k Iiom umabitants of \V urtzburg. Let- continent, it SeeRHimposwle that Englandcan NOTICE.-
in this interesting portion of colonial Court of Leon
. lad tm3tkt.It"lr AmeN (,f the SOtli! state that the Arabs and commercial enterprise and production. escape a participation in tha discord. The WHENCE P. HILL offers for sale at TailaW Ltl'S of administration on the Estate of County George for Hmn-let-
and St. ]Inl ks.
threatened attackand that tit,- told the of Mr. Canning ee : phrcy late of said deceased.
i ia flzftd botn I am, Sir, war, we are on authority o L tls. apple brandy, county
\ opened with the Chiefs. ,wrmch Your obedient servant, is to be a war of opinion, and will partuke 15 '' whiskey, I ANGUS JOHNSON.
October 23d
d 11eaJ rso'''m amicable bettlemenuJDero July 25, 1832. ABU of all its fury and pertinacity. 'l'he l'orth of 15 N.E. rum, lOt: _
tile New York .
Journal 1 of Com- "
>hue U-en favored with the ibllowiiig extract a.. Tile sample of sugar which Europe, having recovered from the long and 10 IOU C. gin prime, pork, Auction & Commission Business. .

! t1lkttd, dated the above letter would fully be:r us out in any Bloody wars with .Nnpoleon, now appears like IOU No. 3 mackerel, THE subscriber having been

.TLe" OPORTO, Aug. IS, 1832. compliment we might pay the article. Tke product a giant refreshed, cased in armour, and ready 10 half. No.2 do. auctioneer for Leon County, offers sap his?

;un-admg' army i? without cavalry, is vc kJar1iIery shows that the process ia |>erfect. Jlpropo to engage in deadly strife. Prussia is one 3t" superfine flour, services to the public intheauction andcommission busi

.>. hal IK, means of transport, and does to the manufacturers. As infinite small proportions vast camp, and wears* the appearance of actual 5 qr. casks sweet wjae ness.. He pledges himselfto pay strict attention to oil
If"*.* I1Uuut to 9000 elective rank and file. of copper are said to be contained in"sugar, war-the Russian battalions are replenished 35 boxes" cheese, business intrusted to him ; ,and attend estate or other
) l'entalUs stationary it is surrounded all we should,have no objection to the opportunity I Isubmittinga of 22 soap, sales in the country. His office is in the town of Mag.
on and Austria is for the field in a war 7 claret trio nolia here
1 In tan c.-ill score or two pounds ,to the proce ready he rmy at all times be found. -
Xot only the city its own. Villa which of liberal 3 Santera do. Mar h 13th 1832. 30tf "
Jltre for their detection.-Ed. L. opinion, means a war opinions B. BYRD..
' r..r lodges ale has been twice necessary Firkins Chosen .
1a .and against conservative principles, the interests 'hI
w to be if 30 m Z3itrDa
I given up seriously allut pieces cotton bagging, .
Intermtnt.We the follptviog of these three including Holland, 20 lard
1 If Prttnalttre copy powers kegs FRESH GOODS.-Jim r received by Brig Thaehet-
1 IrtIcies ttadvan 'It has to m-rch 200 miles before from ,tbs. London\Morning Herald, white must be identical ; while a disposition' on the 50 sacks fine salt, of superfine Broad Cloths;Cassimen

t Li ): -! force The editor of France and Belgium will 12 boxes brown iherry wine, C'assinetts,Hats, Boots Shoes &c. Coffee
Lr m.1 the Passage of .BCVf. it is credited to the London,Globe. part Lngland. Whiskey
tlk 'rd tn't"Jl CaVing thc the 'exist their the aide 26 bags Rio coffee-lauduig from shcr. Wdshinglon, I Rum, Cogniac Brandy, and good wine*, Mackerel
to opposite
Miuel city own U> of the latter journal in presenting the account join forces on troru New-York, and sold on accommodating terms. I H.mng-and many other articles which
I 'JIgDon stationed fl'rtl' tr North I to hi3 readers, remarks' :that it comes The whole continent, indeed. is of a must Noxember 6th 1832. 124w public to call and examine ,for themselves.we wish'Fresh tb6

3 \\e" r arm.v tl1rnugh in Ii-unt.an exhaustcd country, with from a aource above all suspicion.. 'How ml i- combustibles, !and only requirers a match J. G.:-& N. .HAMLIN-. Drugs and Medicine. D. WILLIAMS,& Co...*
I had Lefore nsuch cased' .not'have happened during to kindle a gene/al conflagration. The ap- ,September. 4th 1832. .4 tfBraintree -
r'e the bar a fleet > arcatJy I may HAVE jus; received fronnNew-Orlcaos. and offer .
Don Petlro'8 I ortbe' cholera in 'America and pioachiug hostilities between Holland and
dedto that it ought UXe ) Iiai e th(: progress Cotton Gin. 'J c .
.4 : 1 PtU\1 j,5jo1 instance oi Belgium-lor approaching they certanly are o'j Ubls. old whiskey, SALE-A
Iu f arc getting scarce. iCurojHsJ-"A distressing prema- : FOR 65 Saw 'Cotton Gin, (Iron b.
1 l'edth Country does not ri IU f f'or tuie interment currt d last week in the neighborhood ,will probably be the signal for the general strife IUO Fine Kentucky bagging ,) from Braintree aiwmfcctory. Apply- to

:J ..pru'e are likely to be shut up and see ol Old street, St. 'Luke's. A poor tor if the Dutch overrun Belgium which from 100 50 Bbls Coils new bale flour rope,, .... ,Joseph W. KleinSt.Mark*.,. -
: .HI other ba lids.kAIUtET their armies they probably will, it J. W. K: will receire o order for other Saw Gins,cfc
: oman and her, a on were .violently attackedwih superior 10 Hhds. Bacon, > the abore manufacture. .V
S.-You LIVERPOOL, Sept. 15. cholera which in the case of the latter will be next to impossible to'jrestrain the French 10 Sacks coffee, July 10,1833. 47 tf -
Nr will see by thebusiness aUDt"xed 'which the Cossacks 50 Bbls.! Rutn .
that it supposed, from taking apart, in case
terminated was
a soon -2UO Sacks Salt
I '5 CutttJuJicethe8thinst h3'bet;n fatally very and after. having lain apparently lifelew and Prubaiua would instantly march tor the 11 Boles tobacco, *>Ir. JOHN iJ. TAYLOR i iormshiafriends'and in-
34,600 bales have ;
SVJUI 811 adwace in few hours, the body wu bur e d. Rhine. But supposing ,the difficulties 1\-itb. SO Kegs dp.MaguolinaNoVember6thlBdS.. Inblitthat bis health is so
price of1-8to1-4 on for a far reSUred..u to enable himto reSWlle his .
.tiiIt-ct eo 1..3 un almost every other descrip- The woman shortly after got worse, *ud Holland 'shouldJe got over, a new source of L _ILl aldutieJu1y3018350 If .profession-
poor __ .. '.
:1. enlators uneasiness hasarisen'in Germany The late .I
br & t ,j r. have purchased .toI..UOO became insensible arid 'motionless-Having TAN'1ED.-ix able bodied negro menfor .vlU1US'l'RATOR'8 -

it bales i ia American:-2000( been kntUI0ga" :.consderedIe, sham e manifesto of the Diet Against the press, shows VT which the best cf wage will be giren apply A hAYJng. ema11d agairtthc liOTICE.-.AU estate of C..on.
t n and i few hundred bales of Br a- coffin to be' .burfcd ; but just as how jar matters have :'proceeded in that quarter torn' J.G.&N.IIAMLIII. ...ni.ster,,are required.to neaent'henjdttl
tie nut a a. Dtka.IM
. \i rest, about :0,000 bates! has hei n *. in : ''we,about tp screw, it down, ; and it suows ,also, the determination of .magnolia, November. 832.' ISif within the lane presented, by law,.._AD '

, "'e t&vmera. Our inJorts during the 8 the,undertakers ,*oonrecovered. the despotic to all PltIN'I'ING-Ezeciied witH debted to the esate, re fequestid to niake., .
te.eiied 10,000 sbe revived pushed off the lid.foer powers suppress popular! dOll neat ,NEmiA-f ,
payment. ODDLY
; our' stock i is abouty movements t eco/&lid to rjaamtuia rtfeut' or-1, and'despatch at i1isOc Ain'x
reug 'o.r.o' i70 a 260,000 bales, Uofufcyabwousfr, inquired 'J*ljapee. SeRteabt*lIl '




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I -" r re'-1.girvenfihat tvcdw-aftcr r date ATEflZOAN EOTEL5 FOThALE. 1 OPOAL .
iG' ppllQtMt *}i11\\ be' made tn the"'county'court nfadsdencsnznty :, FOR

for letters of administration on the Jl FAUJ .JW JV'EGIlOE8. I for two earrymgtbe from the Mails of the '. .

estate of Dr. Mark M'Han, late'of said,county deceased. a a I years, the first day of Jan
October 30th 1832i UGw : I \'ILLseli a valuable tract of Land ; to the thirty-first day December 1884 a._ I.'

: i-'diiued two miles! cast cf Lake Jack- following! Poet Route in Florida \: i

;ALE OF LOTS IN MOUf'T-VERNON.-The. n, ami seven milesi's. E. Tallahassee, a will be received at this Office uuil

t K9 undersigned trustees, appointed by: thc't of the Arable and healthy residence, contain- Novembernt"xt, inclusive be the 2d 1 da
council, to sell and of the lots in to decided ol tf
; dispose Mount 'icr.n :1J s 1T.NJJil' ing five eighths of excclcnt.Land, one 9lh day November. -1*
no belonging to the heirs of John Tanner deceased, \ In.i and sixty of which is in cultivation and un- I

will on the first day of Dec .. iber 1832, sell at public : JLo.u \: dit i-J tcnre.s, on the same is a commodious Dwelling l- 2477. From Monticello in Jefferson

t auction, to the highest bidder, such.of the above mentioned Subscriber informs bis friends, gf House, l-uilt of the same. materials[ a frame Gin to Magnolia, in Leon County, 40 miles anj L'a L I

lots as remii undisposed..of The terms will THE respectfully the House,with a fifty ;1In and J running Gear, entire once a week.
the that he hi' rented
be made known on the day of sale. public generally, buildings Ten
the out good. Leave
all equally or Monticello
MAD 2 and sold wholesale and Re- WILLIAM POPE, ) Trus- large commodious tJ'lilding'on.the We side of John the twelve new likely, ,able ndud orkmg Hands, the above Arrive at Magnolia every the Wednesday at S i.u,
Capitol Square occupied asai crn by I same
in Frederick ELIZABETH TANNER, > ees HOUSEHOLD KITCHEtf FUR- by 6 1* ft
C7nnty, Md. by C Ilerslon, D The House a thorough I with all the Leave Macmifia *
undcrg e
owner. having
concerned in the Paten with Dr. Jadkins. JOHN M.POPE, } will be the Boarders and A'lTURE, Horses, Mules, Oxen, and other Cattle, Arrive at Monticello every Thursday at 5 A1L c
The Ointment 'a MounJ: Vernon October 30th 1832. 11 tds. repair, ready reception of Ho and Gear and the the same day b
above is offered to the public ae Visitors on the 13th.l' in&t. R ac n, a stock : "Waggon 2478. From St. > 6P "
eate and certain remedy (or ihose obstinate diseases, subscribers having hen appointed JOHN 'V. RFAVES.J. present years Crop of Corn and Fodder, will be sold t in Augustine to1'am Bn01I.bark
SOme of which have so long baffled the skill of medical NnTICE.-The and testament, of John Colson on accommodating terms, by applying' to Leslie A. once two weeks. t

Science.1st deceased, late of Gadstlen county, executors on his G.& N HAM LENT ThernpS'D, :'!. Tallahassee! or A. p. Overstreet, Leave St. Augustine every other Thursdi
6 A. ll
White Swellings description. A for .he Undersigned on the prcwlscs. J
every es tat give notice to all persons having claims against gent
2d Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing. said estate to present them legally :authenticated with HAVE just' received by l lute urrv- ELIZA OVERS'I REET. Arrive at Tampa Bay tbe'next Monday

3d SchirruBor Glandular Tumours, particularly in the time prescribed by law, or they will be barred :NC\hYOrk. N. B. Persons wishing t" pun-J-ase! can view the 6 P. M.Leave. b.

those hardened tumours in women's breasts which oftentimes forever, those indebted to the estatc arc requested to p rIfliS(5 at any time, applying as aboie.ang. Tampa Bay every other Saiurdj. I

i terminate in ulcerated eanrers. to make immediate payment. 1,1, lW32 52t Jan. 6F A. \. J ,.*

4th Felons,of or what some people. know by the name JOHN C. LOVE. ) Exccu- tTOOO Pair Nrrro shoes. u.d Brogans, (!U ALL (. R KSM.- Ihe tract of land on Arrive at St.Aegustine the next Saturday -

tf Catarrbs Kbeumatic, every Pains description.&h of the WILLIAM FORBES, $ tors. 5uO l'jcl'estOrrr.., Cotton Fustains, which the subscriber resides containing 800 a- 6 P, M. b.
:, joints. Quincy, October 30th 1832. 118w 500) Do. do Wollen Cloth and Satinetts
6th Sprains and JJruises of every description or in cres. Two hundred and sixty-five acres cleared, and No. 2479. From Quincy by FortGtdj.

: Whatever part situate. T. AND.-A valuable tract of land, is olFircd fur 100 Do. do l'oiiitlilankets, under good tcnccs. Their are eight acres of sugarcane : den Appalachicola Bay, 65 miles
U! lot Do. Rose & Duffilc do., 15 hundred bushels of corn, and and baci
7th Tetters of all kinds. In this complaint the patient sale, containing 720 acres-either in part or wholeto ; qnanutrofftKlder. -k.
in Applying tbe Ointment must keep the part suit purchasers ; said tract is adjoining the town of L 20 Bales Domestic Sheetings & Shirtings, &c. A mall stock of cattle,and hog, would aUohe once a we
15 DI..zfnVool: Hats, sold with the land. The for the land will be Leave Quincy
Out of water Moniiccllo, in Jefferson county,'Florlda-on? said land terms every Monday afteJUhear.
8th Chilblains, or parts affected by frost. there is about 50 acres cleared, and occupied at present 500 150 Pieces Stripe Plaid Domestics, very liberal. Persons wishing to purchase will please rival oi the mail from l\Itllcl./gtiJlelBa\/ ; !

It is also one of the best remedies for Barns and by Dr. Holt, 'n the part. near the town. Persons wishing Do. Scotch..Bat rsrimr, call and examine the present crop,which is equal to any noon, arrive at Appalachicola

Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a to purchase will please to examine the lands, and Q.- in Florida-the situation ispluisant and Ju.althyasany J. JM. Bay the .nett
short time. apply to the undersigned, who will give a great bargain From New-Orleans, by the Schooner L in Florida. PETER C. HARRIS. day by7

it For Inflamed "'omeo'. Breasts and Glandular in the same for cash, or on time by allowing interest NATIVE Tallahassee, October 1832. 7tf Leave Appalachicola Bay eveiv Sunday'

; Bweilings. it is superior to any edicine yet known to on the purchase money. If not disposed of in a ;aThe editor of the Cdnmlia Telescope, will at 5 A. M. arrive at Quincy the
mercurial short time small of said 150) Bbls. WHISKEY, ilcu.NO give the! above six insertions and forward the next ?. l by
the medical faculty It is much safer than -a portion land adjoining; the 1 |p I 2 noon, in time to
tj I of any prepartion of that material,)) because it does .own, will he laid off into lots, corresponding with the 50 Half do. old do a'eflullt to this office. P. C. II. from i'allaha connect with the lLa jj

i not lay the patient liable, to injcry from expose to said town, and sold on the first day of December next, 100 Uhls SuneifincNew Wheat FLOUR, sce for MiUeaevile.NOTES. .
j p 100 Coil BALE ROPE, ( 'TICE.-Ha'illg. been appointed auctioneer for
-apply te BETTON EMORY.. 1' .
: cold.This Ointment has cured torss of many years stand. Tallahassee, October30th 1P32. lltf 100 Pieces Heavy Kentucky BAGGING, Lean county, hfrcJJy.ofltr my services to tIe 1. The Post Master Gct.eral
1 1Ui 10,000 Lbs. Middlings & Shoulders /UC'OJV, public that cal'acltv-Imtelld keeping an office inTallahassee I reserves the rwftt
ing. Where it is impossible .r imprudent to heal the. lo expedite the Mails and
to alter
F .:sII PRUGS, &C.--I have recmrd by the 5 Ilhds. Canvassed IL1AIS, of which due notice will be jriven. In the the timesi of
of the bone
in their
external becoming arrival and
t sore. coiinequei.c late arrivals from Isrwork and B.iliimorc, a 50 Boxes&. Kegs best Riclunond TOB.UCO, i intcrcro, any business left with Mr. R. Y. Wcllfoid depart tire, at any time dunngt

I i1 cari increase us or the rot quantity:en, ii will oi the stop discharge the progress remove of the the caries offens'utt l.,rge supply ofmf drug* $-c., which will he sold low 20 Do, Porter and 'lLE, will meet with prompt attention. R. J.ACKLEY. continuance of the contract, by giving aaa
i unell, and ease the pain. for cash, or approved credit. I ictsA il tinctly under&t 10 Dozen Collins' & Cos. AXES, OctftllCr 2d. 1f'32. 7ffAdministrators' quate compensation, never exceeding a fro ran
",od that ii.yiiudicinestre warranted 100 BJJGS SHOT. allowance, tor extra
good-and in any which
r' It cures the wllr Felons Whitlow* on an application may expense sucn al
of 48 hours.Rheumatisms all l cutts bt jcturncti. when their quality is not enlinly sasyac'ory Sale. ien t ion may require.

I wnich have stood BO long all to become lz to the purchaser. BlouCs Steel Saw Cotton 6in -. k n special ACL oi' the Legislative Council passed 2. Seven minutes shall be allowed for opening

i fi syste.uatic disorder requires medicine betaken in.t Among the articles leceivcd -r..O,ASDS TONIC MIXTURE 1; on the 22d January last for the relief of the and closing the malls ate.eu office, where

t I warill} to remove them entirely. But in most common -which is represented lay tIle proprietor to be A ""I-lE Subscriber has an assortment tk ti.s of the estate of saue G. Teague Dcc'd. : time shah be sptcuitd, tut the Post rw&attcular Mas-

applying this Ointment externally a* directed I I AFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR TilE .'E\'ER AND .L \, ill be sold before the Court 'ou e in Jlonticello tcr General I
I cases Uy ACCF. E. B. PERKINS. (* Blount's l best Stell Saw Cotton Gins, assorted' & > reserves to himself ihe right o( '
! I it will give relief And ev -n i in old people, \\IIIIS Tallt1iisseeOctober 30th 1832. sizes from 30 to 71 Saws, which will be t-oiU at $2 andS2,25 1 m the fourth Monday! iu October next, all the real I ding the time. ellen.

1 + pain! have been of longer standing, it will case the 11tfm. per saw on a Credit until the first day ot January L- estate of haac G. Teague, dec'd.,-Consisting of ii. for every ten minutes dela) in

I : "pain.To *-. \ BOC'KS.-Just received and for sale at die next, to good responsible purchasers.BLJSJAMIN. Sixteen Town Lots, any [point after the timeprescnbtduianycon.net arming at
; ; sea captains and masters of vessels thi ointment t 1 subscribers tJoUk. tore, opposite E. B. Perkins.' BYRD.
with their inirinr.crieius.nd the shall
[ on the Monday fallowing contractor ibrieiti.ve dollars "ittbede-
must be very valuable in winter on our coast it being .1.1I i Tallahassee. Magnolia 22
! ; ug-btore May 41 tf t Magnolia, one Lot and a comfortable Bi icA lay shall continue t beyond the time for
certain eil'ects Chilblains affected I the
very in its on or parts Ucidemaner, a novel in 2 vols. by the author of the S furt Broad-strtet. depar
I with frost it like wise preserves its qualities in all climates s B( 'Mj,-Uicrs for sate (_O'j "1 1> iiiuateon ture of any pending mail, the forfeiture shall be equal
The of will
sale be made
! 1 Tales of the Early Ages, 2 vols. by tha author ot I: made by Mr. John bcbly, of Louisulk, Ji' Sale.terms WAi. known on the days to twice Inc amount allowed fur carrying the

i A large mass of testimony proving the value of this Bra; hum House. .'"., Irom 3. to 50 saxvs-Also, 2 ot Alcxanil* r'b ili i- BLACKBLRIS, mail one tiip. -it it be made to appear that the

j most excellent medicine will Le.Fhe\VII to those who) Dr aim rnd Reveries of a quiet man, 2 vols. by the .da'; the above Gins will be old on reasonable tcn.s May 1st, 1 32. 37 Administrator.6m. delay wa occasioned by unavoidable accidtnt, f
.vishfuitUrr information on application to Dr Hera- editors tIle New-Yi rk Miirioi.Arliijton at G iiu.nths for good stcurity.Cottin winci the lost Master General shall be

; ton*. or to a.ly of his authorized agents. a noyel,2ols.., by the axtth- of Granby. Bapging, Scotch and Kentucky, uptTil.lr cOI.rli, cdle Dtttrict, Leon County. the torlHiure may be reduced! to the lhejl &t.

I The above medicine sold by special appointment of Landers i'ixj: >edition to the Niger, being Aols. 35 arid I K\'. Bale Ropr and Twine, ,OfiN "A: Llc.'J (ir & ) pay for a trip.; but in no case can that amoLntb amount
I the patentee and warranted genuine. 36 of the Family Library.Abcrcromliy Siij"r Boilers of mall sizes. I
Juti C. \\ A: fiLNG'ltJN ren.ittcd.
! I: B PERKINS. DRUGGIST. on the Init-llcrtual 37 do. 400 Sacks M ! J Tallahassee, February 24lh 1831: 27tf. The Lives of Celebrated Travellers powers 3 do. 50 Do. Coarse Alum, r* : }In dssrnnpsiS.WL tionar!, and will in all cases be enforced.
%os.: .
I of the Flour, Bacon, Lard, &c. J 4. Persons who make proposals will state their
.1 Complete] s. tis Family Lil-iary 40 veils. UBi' BRIGHT. J
Percy Anecdotes, 14 pOI raits, an elegant vol. b vo.Robertsons Tallahassee, &cpt. 18, lt32. 5tf. 01\111- AYAtiiilMiTON, &. [prices by the year, payments to be made quarterh .
i.II k OU'LVER inveterate in one )hour's application I, Works 3 8 ) l in the months ol'Alav
vols.: ;
II I v.p. ItlLIL\i \\ August, o\"emherand
lUGB'! ; I It'
it iind danger fiomtakingcold DuraUmlment.
by using
\ ... Browns Bible D'c ionary, 12 VIS. 8 vo. FOR S. LLAQ \ : : In February, on? month from the expiration of each
! ti. This for antuo ; dssvmpsit.JOli.N
preparation plea !sFl'ly.
Suri i 'sl! 2
; Coopers : Dirtiorary, vols.I .'
f> B: Is \\ hi ILLIA quarter.
:kry f
expedition. ease and stands unrit Iy I- J
certainty '
Gibb"ns' Rome 4 \"ls.
U f .. led for the cure of this trouWewmie! ns\vcll% as cntain in its operation, a* to cqre this Domestic duiics instruction 23 Bags Coffee, NO t ICE is hereby {g uen, of the institution of the: to carry the mail.
Oi to 'OUl1 married laltics.
disagreeable disorder most effectually ill one hours application ) ; 200 Corn. '),- stated knus, on this day, by the issuing c.t t. Proposals should state whether tl.e person
d only Story on Bailments. Just received from New-Orleans. ..s of attadinu nt therein, returnable to October proposes to carry the mail UFO. tour horse coacii,a

It does not ontain the least particle of mercury or 6th vol. of Fell rc Reports. E. SEIXAS. :vrni, I 1832, of aial l court.J. two horse coach, or otllerwj (
'"otherdnnceious ingredient and be ieod with Majrnoi... --29, 41 tf I). \VES I COTTJr, ) 7. If 1
I may app Jticksons Practice.lees" *. A tl.'. tne person oflernig proposals! jvisties the
perfect safety by females or to children at J. P. BOOTH, S jllfi
the breast. pregnant Miditlry.. }.I EtJt&1'URGE'- lately received, and S. f"u'mlwr lath 1832. 5Sw privilege carrying neW i3pen, out of the Mail,
i Bos-on: Report. on Cholera 1 have on hand 'at their stores Tallahassee and I he must state it In his hid; otherwise, he cannot
Pri 37 l-2centsa box. witlt directionsDU.MF'RIES
I' 1'P. ample Grcnhow on Cholera. bt. IS'aiks, the foilmv ins articles that '
: merchandise .
viz: Si..iAL'l\C tiFF 1,0 W enjoy pru ilege.b. _
( REMEDY FOR THE PILE' Doncgans Lexicon. 125 Pieces Cotton lugging, .
Propositions for
-'!,' ju$"i, i tI' !tl.g. leave 10 lecumroeiid, (which lit Housclys1 United States. fell Coils Bale Rope, FOR CJSH. the mail any improvements in transporting
'a dof.- \\illisl.e) tull M confidence) one of the most valuable .cnel! on Teeih. 200 lL s. Bailing Twine, at his as to the manner of carrvhgt3>
new store, corner of Jeffer-
THE.mbscriher: crease
einedieti Known 1 for this troublesome' and painful l EhxMbeih B.iniet. 8000 lljs.Bacon, tides and Hams, reels, offers for sale to the pub of expedition, extension .of rotitesj'rejiitwy
\\ ithout into detail he deems Cnmpleie stttsof the 'V lic of trips, or any other improvements, ate luvitcilti
rontplamt.; going it e- nr1y novel 30 brK Mcs I >sami Prime Pork, in general, handsome assortment the f Uow in.
oough tn MV, he has in his possession tIlt most uuteslimoMtalK do. Select nvcis.. 50 Kegs Leaf Lard, : named articles ut the most reduced prices for cash, Vii: be stated in tile proposals, and walt Lvui.lv consid

,. 1.f."btPII that: it tins more completely ;u,- And a general assoitmeni >.f Hooks and Stationary!, 3d: brls. MonongaJiela} and common Wlibkcy, i ered.

; JIrf'u the putpo-ofur' which. it is intended, than any lIt of which.will be sold on rcsonablc terms. 5 urb. Baltimore Gin, DRY-GOODS. 9. The number of the route, and its beginning

t'thcr popular medicine JOHN BALDWIN. Jamaica and Ncw-OrlctuisRum, and termination as advertised, should besia-

This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application, October 30th 1832. 113w 10 brls. Molasses. Silks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lfitestrinj:, Black led in every bid; and! ihe propose Is mu&t tci Ist'"Jled,

fo all conditions, ages nnd eeaes. Foil directions, INI STIt.VI RIX'S NOTICE-- All 1 20 Ms. Superfine Flour, Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, directed to"the "General Post Otfice of .'lad COR!
; description of the complaint, Ac. accompany each AD claims the persons 40 blls.Iackerd, Nos. 1 and 3, Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet; tracts:" and ribed "
packet which 'consists of two boxes. Ointment and: on estate of Samuel BryanIlate 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum Salt, Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid!, Furniture, Calico, Superior super "Propwa/a. ,
Electuarv. Price for the whole 50 ot Tallahassee, deceased, are required to present tlicni Black The following is a proper form for a Prouia1.
$1 or cents if Which together with a general assortment of Groceries Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces, Irish 'mens, -r
but one vf the articles: i is wanted.ID" duly} authenticated will be within the time prescribed by law, Dry Goods,Hardware,Crockery ware,Castings >ea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jaconeett 1 will convey till Mail, agreeably to adtcrtue'
None aie genninne tilers signed the outside or they forever barred-those indebted to the Iron Cast : Swiss and Book ment, on route.\O.- /
on : estate assorted, German, and Blistered Steele, Miashins, shawls, worked capes ,from <*- ,for
printed wrapper. by the sole proprietor T, KIDDLR, are requested to'make LEAH imnicciaio nit payment. they offer to their customers and the public at fair and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nan- tIe yearly ccinpensatii (fdollars.." -
Y Al'Alhu'trix..
immediate successor to the late Lr. \\ T. CONWAV.- Tallahassee prices august 28th 1832. 2tf keens, Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furni- He must stale the place of his residence and ifrwj

For sale! at Ins Counting Room, o'cro, 1)9, Court October 30th 1832. U8\v __ __ ure Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamcrs and CussineUs, a Contractor, he must accompany his bid withsatislaclory -

stieet, near Coi
special apj oiutniCnt, t.y E. B. PERKINS. (\o. 4)) and sheetiiiL', Osmi.urS, ice. &c. 10. The distances cstimatedand
Drtutii ISTTaHalLispce. THE Subscriber takes tIlls opportunity to inform A complete assort as stated, are

,.. MArdI 10th 1831. VOtf. Cusionn, and the i>ullic generally, that he maU of Fresh Drills and Medicinesjust. received HARDWARE. may not be entirely correct: but if any errors,
"- 'u.s removed his Ci nlectionary to the house of Messrs.L. from New York and Baltimore for saleIHlesalf have occurred in relation to diem, no increase of

To thOse afiiictetl with Corns.THE \. M. A At mislead near the Cajiitol Square, where and retail. Country Merchants and Practitioners supidicd A large and extensive assortment of Hardware, consisting compensation will be allowed! that account.Tli

l : celebrated Albion Corn Plasteraffordsinstant 1 It kecjis constantly hand the bebtof LIQ.UOR3 of on the mo&t accommodating terms. of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spoons Contractor will inform himself that point.

:' and at the same time dissolves and draws I all kiiK.s-also various kinds of Wine ami Cordials I EDSF.IXAS., Scissors, Razors, Lucks, Augers,Chisels, &c., togethe 11. The Post Master General resen'cs the

the ,don out by the roots without the least pain. Porier, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeats, Pickles p, .' Druggist, Magnolia Florida. with a complete HlSI/rtlnel1tof carpenters PLANES right annulling Contract whenever repeat-
CKKTIFICATC.: "TothoVe afflicted with Corns on &.c&.C. Different kinds of Relishes at all tinies, all of M y29 41 tf failures to arrive any within sball I.
__ the contract time
j their feeL do certify' that I have used tin Albion Corn which he offers on liberal terms. He tenders his sincere BOOTS&SHOESit
MEDICAL.The occur or whenever one t failuie shall happen a*
Piaster WjI complete tuccos. Before I had u!ed one thank to his cusiomert generally, for their liberal A
box it completely: cured a CIrn which hau troubled me t favors the past year-and hopes by unremitted undersigned have formed a partnership large assortment of Baltimore mounting to the ioN of a trip; ojc whenever,any direction -

for nianv, Ears. I make thix public for the benefit of attention to'business, .to merit a continuance of thei'- under the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE, for the and NEW-YORK made which he may give hall not be promptlyobcved.

thus- afflicted, with that .painfulcomplamt.WM.. j.atronage. prartice of the different branches of the scienceof J1cDI: '
I SHASV.Fluking R. K. 'VEST. f medicine. They have on hand an extensive and i Pumps, "l adits sUvin and 1'runell 12. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time

L. i; f'ch.28." July 10, 1832. 47 tf supply of fresh medicines which they will dispose Shoes. Broj-ins. S (. for receiving it has expired, and should any per

I'KiCK.50' cents a bOI. 1'. S. R. K. West has just received direct from of on liberal terms. Their office is in \'ebb\.ilJe AND CAPS: son refuse to take a contract at his bid, be shall]

i D., KLLF'ti AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEAIALE8. Baltimore, a large supply of the very best qualitie1 Jackson County. H B. CREWS, tl/.Ht forfeit all other contracts that he may have withf' ,1
.- They purify the Blood quicken its circulation LIQUORS AND CONFECTIONARY.-His friends and the HENRY 'i as-sortn ent ot themost Department and be held for aft
TRIPPE. responsible
: assist the suspended operations oftiature. and areD l vers of good eating and drinking, are invited to call \Vebbville > fashionable HATS & CAPS ofall
tN' that -
April damage result from his lailure to comp'y
'ner81 remedy cur the prevailing complafltumon g and judge 'for themsehes. Oct. 30.h 1832. lltf u ,tc!=crpiions. may

: the female part society -The l'ill arc particularly SALE.-Will he sold lnCE.- ix weeks after date application Wjl.&lemade No transferred r'
GUARDIAN'S on Saturday GROCERIES. P13. Contract nor bid be
efficacioull ID the Green Sicknelo"S. Palpitation of tile I to Court can
County of Leon
er next, at the residence of Mrs County for let- without of r
lieart. Giddiness, Short Breath. Sinking of the Spirits of the special and written approbation
t ers administration the A
on Estate
Leah Bryan in Tallahassee two horses and George Hum- largestock ail
sundry in its \ ariety.FL.OTJR. the of
Dejection and Disinclination to Exercise and Society articles,of household and kitchen furniture ? phrey late of said county deceased. Master General!; and an asMijnnient a
,carried ladies will find the Pills!' equally useful; being part ANGUS contractor bid, without his consent,Irst obtll: .
of .the ]>crsonal estate of Bcjamin, Abigail, and JohnR. JOHNSON. ,
cept in case of pregnancy, when they must not be taken *\ .. Williams, orlhans-tJy order of the Hon. the October 23d, 1''32. lOtf eu1 in writing,shall l forfeit it. This rule will never
; neither roust they be taken by of hectic be
persons departed from.
orcoueomtive hat"Irice 50 box Judge of the county court of Leon county. Sale to Auction & Fifty \\c\\\ wheat flour
fcl a Commission
Business. 14. Il violate.the .
C mmence at three o'clock P. M. BarrcALS a Contractor or his Agent shall
ALSO'be celebrated Cambrian Tooth Ache
L. A. THOMPSON Gurdian. IE subscriber lost Olhce law shall transmit commerciaL .
Pills which give immediate relief: without the lea At T having been ap- or
October 30th 1832. i mail
4 injury to th. Teeth. On trial this will be found one of Iltds. pointed auctioneer for Leon county, oilers his intelligence by express more rapidly than tne !,,

the best remedies known for this complaint. Price 50 Jas.D. Westcott Jr. & J. P. Booth- services to the public intheauction andcommission busi- Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware, his contract shall be forfeited1; and in all cases.,

pay to LookingGlassesSalt Reay
I None is genuine unless signed on the outside printed HAVE formed a Law partnership in Fl9rida. The business intrusted to him ; and attend esiate or other more rapidly or more frequently than he fe,

wrapper by the role proprietor!, T KIDDER- of the former is inl allahassee, and of sales in the country. Hisotfice is in the town of Matrnoha d made clothing, stationary, &c. &c. required by contract to carry the mail, he shall_

'immediate successor to lh) late UrT.. T. Conway, the latter at West Point, App lachicola Bay. Business i- where he may at all times be found. JAMES M'MULLIN. give the same increased celerity and

For sale at his Counting) Room, over No. 99 Court entrusted to them in any of the conrts of Floridaor March 13th 1832. 30tf B. BYRD. Tallahassee, November 15th 1831. SltfSUANJCE the mail, (unless the Post "Mas it r frequencYtI!

street, near Concert Hall!, Boston, and also by his spe- the adjoining Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will ul compensation. -,
'cial appointment, by (No. 5.) be strictly attended to. A ug.3d, 1831. 50t<" m a tL Q direct) and without increase ,

E- B. PERKINS. COLEMAN ; FRESH:; GOODS.-Just recuxed by Brig Thachcr -
of 15. The therrgfit'of
Dlug ilt. DR. respectfully of superfine Broaa Cloths reserves
1 Tallabaueelfarch 17. 1831 30tfPRCPOSALS. his professional services to the Citizens of Cassmelts,Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c. Coffee,, 00. curtailing or discontinuing any route,whea
nllnhassee and the Country. Rum, Cogniac and Whiskey, in lib opinion tile public interest shall I'eqtu're' it;:
Brandy, good wines
Will until 30th Mackerel .
received the ,
4be '
far I.
and in such a
Herring-and many other articles which we wish the case the _contract'shall cease, so
Ihe of the United States
.4 ,by agent public to call anJ examine for relates to the curtailed the whole, if
themselves Fresh part, or to
for numbrr hard
u Q.wncy.Floiida, furnishing of rm
Drugs and Medicine. D. ,\ discontinued extn .
burned Bricks and uch kinds and description of 1 imJicr ILLIA3IS, & Co. = allowance of one mouth's- ,
( l\10uticellll, September 4th 1832.
Plank, and other Lumber, as may be required for 4tf ___ pay being made to the Contractor.

the building of an Arsenal, Powder Magazine, and Braintree Cotton Gin. : = 1 16. All Contracts for routes embraced trus, <

fttber building, on the Appalachicola: the materials 1J['advertisement shall commence on the first day.of

to be delivered at such point on the river, between FOR SALE-A, 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra J, January next,and continue two years. .
the junction the Flint and Chatahoochee and ,) from Braintree .Manuf ctory. to Decisions tbr
Apply bids
on will be made known QA
W. Klem
3weetwater creek be Bricks Auction Sf Commision Business. Joseph Marks.J. '
as mal designated. The j W..K will ninth day. November next.WILLIAM.
when burned, to be eight inches long, by four ncbes1rideand' I receive orders for other Saw Gins of .
SUBSCRIBER having-been the above manufacture.July 1' BARftY
two and a qusxter inches th ck. No soft appointed .
brick will be received. The-timber and other lumber, .AUCTIONEER for Fayetto County,, 10, 1b32 47 tfDrDr. Post Master General .'
offers his mvicesto the Public in the Auction & Commission GENERAL POST Omen DEPARTMENT /
to delivered in such quantities, and of such dimen- [ Slnst loss
damage by FIRE
(ions,as may be required from time to time. No adtance Business.He JOHN B. TAYLOR u- I. he effected on the most favorable terms can July! 24th 1832. J __

of money will be made ou either contract but pledges himself to,pay strict attention to all business orms his friends and the Public, that his heahh is ? lction to the Subscriber, agent of the Protection, on "anpli-Iiisuince WILLIAM L. HASKJNS' pI '

payment wtll.be made for Bricks or Lumber'when I inspected trusted to birr and to attend to Administrators far restored, as to enable him to resume his professitan. company, Hartford Connecticut. In V V, wilL
and received. Bond, and approved security or other sales in the Conntv. al! duties. July 30 1832 50 ifDMINISTRATOIvujCAlr (tcation the fair Cash value every ap- attend lo any business m ibt city oi Ww
will be re aired, for the faithful performance of the con .His office is in the Town of Ocbesee, whore he.may : and satisfactory evidence oJ.the, furnished property of must the be'ated and promptly and IhiIIifullyexecut auy Co rm;<>*lVaiS,\'' .
cor- entrusted bin
atallwnesbefonnd. to by his friends in and thep
tzacts. Th be pers{ 1 tness of the
proposals must post paid. Il representation and the
having demands the good, moral 1 1.1lflCter.of lie
Quiney.F'loiidaflct.ohier3 1832. 105w. JOS. R,BETTON. against estate of JamesBaj-, tlie generally* ,
.Tbe' Southern Recorder etMillc4viIle-the, Democrat Aognit 10, 1832 1 8w nister, are.required to present hem duly authenticate .d its fairness and.applicant. The solvency of the Office Ne -Ynrk. July.1832. 52 tf .
r within the time prescnbed by law.-AJ1 punctuality may be confidently! re- '
and Enquirer at Columbus-Telegraph, and, 4-.QARD.1'heubiCribel'having now.} large and- I debted,to the estate are requested to make persons ? .alOfl.J E.-B. PERKINS. 1VOTICE.-Tbe baa
immedm .
Slaeon Messenger at Macon,wiU. please copy the u. 'd cQmwQdIoubou1e, east of.the is 'allahassee. VeJ. 22; J831. 27tf .
Bove advertisement five successive weeks capitol square, pavmenu DUDLY; Adm'to I .* been appointed agent and attorneyin fact Sof
prepared to transact A GENERAL COMMISSION AND A tic*: Tallahftsscf, Septernber25tb 1832. ;
68\ Seaton Grantland and 'n TjsJl Carter Tiud the heir*' Z Zk
"io4roWi S81e TIoI nefi ,.,be.Jwpcs to receive a liberal support WILLIAM NUTTALL and ,
for *
j of Charles
the car
it- : w V 'Williamson, and is intrusted with ;
=:- finperut/.lMirunVtbl in l ellent order if ofiercd frr-m.the' Plibhcr and pledges himself to thosevho may 41TTN BAGGING and "B l ,FLEMING HIXON, have' formed a Law of their lands in Florida., All person_are forwar a

....le IOw-Apply'to : E..BEI"4B 'faro'-r! their business, to'use his best'effQru : 'ROp6-JU L received and for sale by f wenhip-andwiUprn'c ce in the Courts of the Mid- 'from committing waste on the 'same, and those deaiJf 1
'' *. to promou their interest. *. -|.*WESTCOTT.. '. Districted Jackson County. Office near the .lug to do subscribe?rb :
!I rent the
e : so
Ua f& 0' apW'D.SBlXAS may on application *
a ,
: : tt' : : ; :;: O bc41&31 lanters
rloicj. ,
v _
1t .
,. ; ,
ndlIsug7W3L ---BALTZELt.
a ,_ r. # $ .
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; vt : -Tah1ahaeg.1; 1&3' 6f : -
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