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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: December 22, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ftDtr.liT'c'ccnts and
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fflr cent for each subsequent.continuance. All ad- I .. e. ;.Q. 'U.Q. : $; Cpi __?_. =

teriisenKBts will be continued until forbid,unless other MEDICAL. -t ; : I 'THE.UBSCBIBEJlha .been stp* ,

i vise ordered. The undersigned have formed a partnership LATEST FASHIONSMERCHANT T! Pl P OS\l4'S; baa pt'iJl AUCTIONEER, krfajts*.,Creatf.
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The postage on all letters and communications to the under the firm of CREWS fc TRIPPE, for the B. B. wOOLLmr00.. i FOR carryingthe the Mailsof the United, States De to the Public in the A a &. .'Coca'miuioa 1 .

practice of the different brandies of tbe science for two years, from the first day He pledge*hussclfto strict'
i be Janyary
must will 1833 sitemba
paid
Jiv>r, or they not receive atten- medicine. per to aD.W '
They have on hand an extensivesupply 'JAILORS. to the thirty-first day. of December 1834, on the ineu entnuted to him *w\ to ahead tt Acbsyefl&sy

I tion._ -- .- --- ,_-- or fresh medicines which they will dispose WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Tails following Post Routes in Florida Territory tow. or other taJ.ia the Coaotj. .

.--- -- *rtm liberal forma. 11K_ n*_*_. offirP---- i.-otn*.,. lAnriirino". ___' ',I and the public generally,that they have will be received at this Office uttH the 3d day of st His all office u in be Town of Ocfce e, where be mff

J3 WE ,are authorized to announce 'Jackson County. H B. CREWS, just received from New-York, the latestLONDON November next, inclusive, to be decided OD.the ume* be found. T *

JOSEPH ,WHITJi HENRY TR1PPE. 9th day November. 308. RBET1'ON.. .
Cot a candidate to represent FASHIONS ADpat, 1832 1 8w
f'oeida ill the 23J Congress. tf Webbville April 1 2477. From Monticello in Jefferson County, : I \

: inO r ItIN TERAgood wOlk- DR. JOHN.41'LEJ1 ORE. in together their line with consisthg a general superfine assortment,of black fashionable,blue, brown goods, once to Magnolia a week., in Leon County, 40 miles and feck'I, rSL JL CARD.--The commodious house subscriber, east of haying the. now a Jarpud ,j

fl. rnau will obtain liberal wages the invissible green, botle green, and steel mixt cloths, superfine Leave prepared transact capitol aqurei ;
by applying at this! office b the first RESPECTFULLYinfom1s I ci- black, light drab, fancy cas&imers dark, blue, Monticello etery Wednesday at 3 A. M. TIOK business, he CCNEKAL to CBM MIMIOK AXO AVe :
ot January licit.Mrs. : eep vicinity, that be and brown camlet. A handsome variery of fancy and Arrive at Magnolia the same day bj 6 P. M. from the public,and hopes receive a liberal support
laB located himself in pledges himself to those
this Leave who
city. plain vestings, black silk velvet &. Magnolia : mdy
_;- &c.-together with every Thursday at5 A. M. favour him with their business,
CAttRTER gives 1e.0II N. B. He may be found at his office next door a of .Arrive at Monticello f to use hi* best effort
to general assortment ready-made'clothing, made the same day by 8 P. M. to promote their interest J. .
up
the Piano Forte, in a ror.m adjoining Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence cov in the most fashioneble and durable style,consisting of 2478. From St.Augustine to Tampa Oe&r2dtS3J. WESTCOTT. Jr.
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\.Ball's ler of Adams and Call streets. Bay, and I 7tt
school-To sixteen young gentlemen's frock aid dress coats coat-tees,pantaloonsand back once in two weeks. .
:
laJies she would devote the same careft3Ittution Tallahassee, March 6th 1832. I83m1T1ANO vests, of almosi every descnption, fine linen and Leave St. Augustine other Storage, and Commission &e. ,

.15 to her daughter, now under hex instruo8tf I FORTE for Sale. A cotton shirts, flannel shirts&draws fine camlet cloaks 6 A. M. every Tnuisday at ,undersigned has large and ,
Octof1t'r 9th 1831. THE convenient Ware
TaltnhI\S9Cf. rt and & Likewise
ti's. _' Superior Instrument in wrappers a variety ofJjptfhioWble Arrive at and Cotton sfeeds and is
Tampa
exCtllentorder the
if Bay ,
I offered fancy articles of next MofuUy by prepared to re*
enemen's
A'UTICK.-Those indebted dress
: to the asfancymm- OODS
subscri- for sale\ 6P.M. -"t ,COTTON -
: other
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lOW-Apply to E, SE1X8.w1agnolLaftu. STOCKS or produce on SUB
med and
black Italin -
1 bet Hnrsesand Mules purchased in November plain silk CRAVATS "5** -
14 1832 Leave
last are requested to make immediate) payment. 51 tf.' &fancy white figured pongue HANDKERCHIEFS, 6 A. Tampa Bay. every other. Saturday at Cotton Stored, sold or shipped,adair Uohnnixaioa-
TOM PETER CIL\HIES. OTICE.-Six weeks afterdate application be fine linen shirt collars shirt bosoms a.nd studs white & M. '| Bussiness strictly attended to. He solicits a shun of

7-Jl.ihisscc.: December J3t 1832. 153w 1.. made to the honourable Judge of toe county court t black, horse skin and buck gloves, suspenders, cravat Arrive at SuAegustine the next Saturtay by public patronage., EDWARD SEIXAS.
of Jefferson county,for letters of administration stiffines &c. 6P.M. Magnolia October
,
or Cl.::!=>i l-x weeks lifter date application wiUbe estate of on the 16, 1832._9tfKEMOVAL.
DUde to the Hon urable, the county court for the Thomas Delphy deceased. A case of fine gentlemen's No. 247 From Quincy by Fort Gads- &.
JAMES .
ug'Yr Gadsden, for letters of administration on December 8th 1832. PARISH. BEAVER HATS, den to Appalachicola Bay, 65 miles and back I Subscriber
166w takes this
.atcof John P.Neal, deceased, late of said THE opportunity inform
fDe co.De. with .f once a week.
an assortment fashionable cloth
ht 1831.. 156*__ R. C. LESTKII. c. e. c. ,,1OK. RENT.-That large and well furnished and fur Customers, and the public generally, that he
a two-story house situated on Mon- CAPS Leave Quincy every Monday after the fir- !*is removed his Confectionary to the house of Messrsl

COTTON BAGGING and Bale r e-st.,and now occupied by Henry C. Ash rival of the mail frooi Milledgeville, 12) f_. gf M. A Armisttad near the Capitol Square,where*

.. and for sale by Ion Etqr. For the various purposes of a The subscribers guarantte to furrish those tvho may noon, arrivq at Appalachicola say J.c.! keeps constantly hand the best of LlQ.UOE3 of
the
EDW'D. SEIXAS .private dwelling tavern and stores. ((the basement story please to favour them with their ciutom, with any article P. Bay next a!ll I kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Cordials
day 7 M.
b 1\ol:al1!. 7, 1.i51: tf. bcin*divided into two apartments) it is well calcuhued. in their line, made up in the mist faithful manner by i'orter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeats, Pickles

.- aild fr. m_n -iL'I- -L..1 lW'Jl--. I"\OSlitinn.r---u &imm"t.I........" ____ and on the most reasonable terms,and hope that by: Leave Appalaclicola Bay every Sunday kc&c. Different kinds of Relishes at all times, all of ..
1' uppusile
W\XTED.-Six able bodied negro men, for the "Central Bank of Florida" and in the centre their assiduity and strict attention to business, they at 5 A. M. arrive ct Quincy the which he offers on liberal terms. 'He tenders his sincere -

which the best cf wages will be given-apply I of the commercial part of the town, no situation ot will merit and receive a generous share of patronage 12 noon, in time to next day by thanks to his customers generally,for their liber
V I .G.&N.HAMLIN. fen greater advantages for business. The subscriber all orders thankfully'received and executed at the shortest connect with the mail 1 :1l I favors the past year-and hopes by unremitted
from
:.!tot November 6th 1832.jjJCOLEiMAN 12tf will rent the whole or.a part as may suit applicants. notice. November 13th 1832. 136m Fallahsssee'or Milledgevile. mention to business to merit a continuance of theicpatronase. -
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M. G. WIKOFF. .
NOTES. -
respectfully ofUfrri December 15th 1832. .:WEST. '
174w
Just
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his professIOnal services to tile ("1I7.t'n (-1 Received 1. The Post Master General reserves the right July 10, 1332. 47 tf ,

Is .t.assec and>It,Country AKETs up by Exum Drake dun I schooner MILO,from Baltimore to expedite the Mails, and to alter the times of P. 8. R. K. West has just received direct! from
,and for sale.
a. coloured Stear, with some white PER bushels CORN, their arrival and departure, at any time dl1ringthe Baltimore, a Mrge si'pply of the very best qualifier of
GEORGE s. HAWKINS, OT his right shoulder-branded S: mark 1100 BblsS. fine HowardStreet FLOUR continuance of tie contract by giving an adequate LIQUORS AND CONFICTlos.1ln.-His friends and the

.A-RSEY and counsellor at LAW Marian d i with a split and underbit in the left 15 do MACKEREL, compensation, never exceeding a rata lovers of good eating and drinking, are invited to call
.i ;'; nIJru'i\ 6th 1831. 20 far, and underbit in the right rycara allowance for pro and judge for themselves. Oct. 30th 1832. 1
t.l' january oil :: valued at eight dollars. 40 do HERRINGS, (Susquchana) : any extra expense which such alteration f"

Sugar :MiU CHARLES C.HAVIS, ) 50 000 Lb SACKS w ACUKi SALT.HAMS, J 2. Seven may require. A CARD.THE -
minutes
WILEY SCARBER, >Appraiser*. (superior,) shall be allowed for opening .
G. V N.HI vl LEN have just received a small Jc.tfIN SCARBER, J credit Any perSOI.wishing puthase the corn can have and closing the mails at each office, where no par- Subscribers Iwv jut, purchased the Stock of
uutil the
J first
Perpendicular Sugar Mill, which they offer for Territory ofFUtH'ia Lun caurJy -4 District. seturity of Jamia-y TI'\InTHY by(riving a bond with ticular time shall be specified, but the Post Master and Ware-House Taylor & Klein, have

sale oa a credit until March uejt. Appraiser sworn before me, .I'(ARTY. General reserves ti)himself the right olexten- 'nu.'enced the DRY GOODS GROCERY, tlndC01IllISSION'
J.ry 10. J83l 47 tfFOR JOHN HAVIS, ding the time.
,
Justice of the Peace Jar the county aforesaid. LEON ACADEMY. 3. For every ten rtmutes delaj in BUSINESS.
SALE.BUs A true copy from the original I, arriving at In additior to their present commodious building
Iir! Ttiscs point after the
of hiss
-x ( i.s utJI. any line
[Attest] T were sunitd .r. prescribed inanyeonrract, I :!hey are about to sheds .ind houses for
i Whiskey) D.M'RAENY,C.L. C. C. erect the reccp
the
4; Monday theSth inst. Tlcg' d health of our city, contractor shall forfeit five dollars. lf the de-
December uvnofCouon
15th 1832. Snods .for their
I 35"EresluS. f. Flour, 17Sw warrant in imncdiaic i <$- Storage, buildings
us inviting an of lay shall continue .
return nd
bey the time for .ill
25 Bags Coffee, The country the departure -I completed by the 15th Sept. They respectfulv l.
200"Corn. --- -.. patronage.By order of the terms Trustee.ofTu.tiol11 lemain unaltered. of any pending nail, the forfeiture shall be e I : solicit a share of public patronage, and pedge: them
qual to twice the amotnt allowed fives/ to a strict cf all commissions
Just received from X. c ;.Ortems. bTECT J. H. COX for'carryiug the performance entres-.
Rector, mail '',1! their
It to
SEIXAS.. of Leon one trip. it IJe alade to appear that the care.PEACHY

MSRIMII-. --29. 41 tf. Four or 5 boys can be accoiiodated with Academy.board l[ I I delay was occasional br unavoidable accident,of 'IEYEM & MACKIXDER. .
y COL. JOHN
which the Post TO GAMBLE
( SALE OR RENT.-A house and early application to the rector of the Academy. the Master General shall be the judy, JUDGE RANDAL, )J e en .
FOR Board per quarter, including forfeiture may be reJuceil to the amount of
.f. : also will be sold low washing, bedding and S
iW' :'Jj\I"l1ved; credit a :-rr and harntst for cash ant or "and Ie s. . .. .... .. .. .. . ... $20 00, pay for a trip.; but in no caee can that amount be GEORGE LORI ORE
a ) .
Icai-ryaH and harnest;-apply at this officT \'. Board exclusive of these,.... .. ..$18 00. remitted. The forfeitures tre otherwise unconditional JAMES LORUIOREf V .
da! IS:!. Dorembpr 15th 1S3!. 17ifAjT.NOTICE. = 1 >ctobcr Payable: at the end of each quarter. and will in all cases be enforced. J. ADAMS, J 'I1. .itu..iiCc.- I
9th
1832.
8lf. 4..Pe ho make proposals will state their COL. H. V*.BR a>DEN, TalLtaszca
.
L irm nf Tayfrr and-All Klein those, either indebted by note to the or, late ac- Auction & Commission Business. prices by t ar, payments to be" made quarterly St. '1ark!, July 10, 132 46 tf I\
in the
Mn!, will m,kfc payment of the same, by the first of HE I,';1 months of.Aiav,. AugUit, ,1\0"c m her aud ------- ----- --

JuiHT(as no 1'jnger indulgence will be, given) to T subscriber havinsr,- been appointed reuruary, one mouth from toe expiration 01 eacn PORTUGAL.The _

'.' .. .. J. -v. KLEIN. services-"- to the auctioneer for Leon county. offers his quarter.5. None Lisbon Gazette of Oct. 4th contain* 1
n. public intheauction andcommissionbusi- but a free white
i\.le111S i ; airuionsen ui sruic all uusmessofttidfirm. person shall be employed an official leport of the action at :
S! Marks, Dec. 15th 1852. I7tf ness. He pledges himself pay strict attention to all to carry the mail. Oporto on
- -- business intrusted him he 29th St., in which it is not concealed
to ; and attend estate or other 6. Proposals should state whether that
SALE LOW FOIl CASH.-SO pieces first INSURANCE against loss or dmagcliy FIRE can sales in the c luntr}. Hisofiiceis the town of Mag proposes to the mail hi the person he Miirtielites were worsted on thnt occ:1=ioo.
four
I the most favorable carry a horse coach
.quality of cotton bagiiig terms, on applis nolia, where he a '
all times be
; mayat found. hf Gazette
action to the Subscriber two horse coach has al-" the folio ini -.
QCllsbej6 rope. Just received bv sloop Cybcl i olientof the Protection Insurance -! MarrhlSlh 1832. 30tf B. BYRD. or otherwise. : 'port .,
Dec.15th 1832. I7t J. \V. KLEIN. company Hartford Connecticut. In every ap- 7. If the person offering proposals! wishes the addr:s ed to the Co ni di. Barbacen.i: Vo'ii

I I plicttion: the fur Cash value of the property must be FOR privilege! of carrying newspapers, out of the Mail, 'I h'!ad quarters at A :oas >llnta.>, date! :
NOTICE.-8iI w eks after d:ue I will apply to the staled, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness SALE. he must state it,hi liis bid; othemise, he cannot :HO_" I have the honor of pt
county Court of Gadsdtn of the representation and iran"m.tfin: td
county, the good moral .11 FJIRMJUtD enjoy that privilege.
:1eters of adogini&lration ou the estate of Thomas character of the applicant. The solvency of the OJhr: NEGROES. 8. Propositions for you, f.r the information of his .\Llj Wpby deeU SAMUEL M'MUETRE and its fairness and punctuality may be confident h I WILL sell a valuable tract of Land the mail any improvements in transporting report addressed to _e bjr tho Commander of-
December 15th 183!. 17tf9ft I lied on. E. n. PER '-. I situated two miles east of Lake Jack- as to the manner of carrying, increase Villa de Condo from which
it
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Tallahassee. .j. 22, 1831. $7tfARSHAL'S SMI,and seren miles N. E. Tullahassre, a expedition, extension ui'roulei,frequency, appears* that an
ffe: bdk POUNDS OF TALLOW will ..' d' birable and healthy residence, contain- o trips[ or any other improvements, are invited to I English v 'asel, on her way from Angr ; .

fbch cull and a generous price will be paid, if de- 1'. Venditioni Exponas isstocd from the clerks oiF.ic Hundred and sixty of it Inch is in cultivation and under ered. I hoard 1,200 muskets destined for the
Rebels
)Iroedby the first day of March next.LO. of lie Superior Court for the county (If Lenn, and'tome good fences, on the same is a commodious Dwell 9. The number of the ;
& N. IIAl\fLEN. directed, I shall expose to sale to the highest ing House, built of the same mater[ a frame Gin and termination route, and its beginning which have removed on board the yacht AU !

II Jugnolia, December 15lh 1832. 17tf for cash, in front of the court hoir&c in the town of House,with a fifty saw Gin and /mining Gear, en- ted bid as advertised, should! be staf ona, with nil her ammunition, I have .also

Quincy in the county of Gadsden,cm the first Saturday tire new, all the out buildings eq'ially good. Ten or directed in every the ; and the proposalsinusi be sealed, sent for the ..lettervhich, she had on board:
To Planters. in January next the west halt' of the south \V. twetvelikclyahle bodied Working Hands, the above to "General Post Office of Mail, Contracts mod will transmit Them'to
I FOR SALE. quarter .section 5, township 2, ranee 1, north and with all the HOUSEHOLD.WD KITCHE.Y FURNITURE I : and superscribed "Proposals." you Uson- as I r

--4 Copper Boilers, west, containing SO acres more or less, in county of ,Horses Mule, Oxen, and other Cattle, I The following is a proper fbnu Ibr a Proposal. ceive them."

I' -Copper Dippem, Skimi 'eraand COOpt.1I Gadsden; levied on as the property of John W. Levinus Bacon a stock of Ho,'\Vaggoii and Gear, and the : "1 trill convey Ihe Mail, agreeably to aJcertisemenl Vico, (Spain) Oct. 3d.-Private letter-r

Apy ce.-AtlO to 10 pair Hone Mill Atones. ,to satisfy an execution in favour of Robert Butler present years Crop of Corn and Fodder, will be sold on route'jYo. ,fronto-- -for Don Miguel's squadron has entered our port
BETTON& EMORY. against the said JohnV.. Levinus. Sa e to take on accommodating the j
1L.l plaec terms by applying to Leslie A. yearly compensation of-dollars. together with Brazilian
vetsel
.l83'l a it had
39 tf. within the hours captur
,
b
prescribed law.
Thompson, Esq. Tallahassee, or A. B. Overstrcet He must state the place of his residence and ifnot .
JA HUGHES, D. M. for Agent for the Undersigned on the prewises. i a Contractor he must his bid ed at sea. When it came in the health 1>oat !!
STOREkGE. T.E. RANDOLPH Mar.shaL accompany with sat- went sidethe admiral's
ELIZA OVERSTREET. isfactory recommendations. along vessel to enquire ,
December Jst 1839. 1 tds- N. B. Persons wishing tft purchase, can view the the object of his The '
The earning. Admiral
10.
distances replied
P addition to his old ware-house die premises at any tine, byapi.lyinr! as above as stated, are estimated, "
.u riter I hu recently creeled a spacious build- SELLING OFF LOW aug. 14. 1 IV2 32t Jan.AMERIOAN and may not be entirely correct: but if any errors: that his ships had bi en damaged, and

"S 80 by*i feet for receiving cotton and goods. FOR CASH. have occurred in relation to them, no increase; of that he had come to make the requisite repairs,

TIMOTHY M'CARTY. HOTEL. compensation will be allowedon that accouut. The and for other things. The squadron was laid
t. k8, December THE nuJiacribcr, at his new store, corner of Jefler Contractor will inform himself
27th 1831. 19tf that point. under of eiht
a quarantine
and Monroe-greets days,, which
offers for sale to the public 11. The Post Master upon. _
: general, handsome General reserves the the Admiral l wrote to the of '
Braintree Cotton Gin. assortment the following governor .the town
right annulling Contract whenever!
named articles at the most rvdured any repeated
P9ALE-A prices for cash Viz: to remonstrate against it. He added that bmis'sion
55 -- t failures to arrive within
Saw_ Cotton Gin, (Iron fraununiree the contract time shall I _
1 l lrom Aianuiaciory. Ap*ly 10 BHYGOODS. occur; or whenever one failure shall iuppeu amounting was very urgent, that he had extreme .. _

dcsepa W.w. KIeinS Marks. Silks to the I loss of a trip; or whenever direction need of the means of repairing his vessels, _
,A** K witi receive orders for other Saw Gins Bbck, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black. any
of and he
'" wove manufacture. Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, I which he may give ball not be promptly entreated that the performance of qua"autin -.1

JtYjO! IS3! 47 t4M1NISTJtATRIX5 Figured Silk in variety, Irish Poplin, Silk Velvet, obeyed. might be dispensed with, a tavor ."which _____
Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, Superior 13. No bid shall be withdrawn after the time however he did not obtain. Upon entering

daimt' NOTICE--All personsf Black Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces,Irish Lmens, THE Subscriber respectfully informs his friends, fur receiving it has expired, and should any person the port, ,the Admiral's vessel fired a saluie of _
TB t5 On the estate of'Samuel Bryanlale; Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain and figured Jaco- the public generally, that hehas rented the refuse to take a contract at his bid, he shall I _
d!!la **,deceased are required to present them neett, Swiss and Book Muslins,shawls", worked large commodious building on the West side of the forfeit all other contracts that he have with 17 guns, which was not returned by the (om.

-ill n ticatedwithin be the time prescribed bylaw, and dresses,handkerchiefs,Calicoes, Ginghams,capes Nankeens Capitol Square,formerly occupied as a I avern by John Department, and be held responsible may for all ,Tim Miguelite commander immediately sent _____
t1/ forever barred-tho e indebted to the Brown Holland French Downer. The House having undergone a off (6 the Vicount
thorough
*t requested lo Brown Lmen, Furni- damage that may result from his failure to com a despatch Pezo de Regoau
make tmmeciate will be
payment.LEAHBRYANAdm't ture Dimity, fine Clothe, Cassamers and Cassinetts repair, ready for thereceptior of Boarders and u We
ply. are
expecting moment to see the
T t white and Red Flannel Visitors on the 13th inst. every _
Mssee October Negro cloths, SC'.l'Irchand Russia 13. No Contract bid fleet of Admit) Sartoriug. .
30Ui 1832. 118w sheetincr, Osanbunri, &c.e.. JOHN W. REAVES nor can be transferred The following 13
without the special and writen approbation t: list of Don.
o a Miguel's
squadron -'Don Juan
WILLIAl\l B' NUTTALL, and HARDWARE. Bloufs.Steel Saw Cotton Gins.THE the Post Master General; and an assignment of a VI. of 80 'and 778 men Princes: _
guns ; .Roy*
p._. J tfING HIXON, have formed a Law contractor bid, without his consent, first obtained _
Pt and will A large and extensive assortment of Bird in al!, frigate, 50 guns and '480 mea ; Cybelti
4 practice in the'Courts of the Mid- ware, consisting Subscriber has writing.shall J forfeit it. This rule will never j L
&nd Jackson of Knives and Foxkes Pen Kni\cs ,an assortment sloop,26 234 men Isabella l :
Pi. County. Office near the Spoons be departed from. guns, ; ,, sloop; 24

rnRoteI.a 1832 with Scissors complete, Razors,assortment Locks,Augers of carpenters,ChUtls,&c.PLANES., togethe sizes, from 30 nt's to 71 best Saws Stell,which Saw Cotton will be Gins sold;at assorted 52 and 14. If a Contractor or his Agent shall violate guns, 199 men ; Fego, 'brig, 20 guns, 15| ______

Ias.D. g.7, L3n!__ f 2$5 per saw on a Credit until the first day ot January the Post Office law, or shah ,transmit commercial 'men,;- and Audacious, brig, 18 guns and. 144 _

Westcott, Jr.' & J. P. Booth BOOTS&SBOES next to good responsible purchasers.BENJAMIN. intelligence by express more rapidly than the mail,I men*

.M AVE formed Law ; trfl A BYRD. his contract shall be forfeited; and 'in all .cases Tntnl-6'shina. 218'trans. 1996 men. J. _
a. partnership in, ,Florida. The large assortment of Baltimore Magnolia, May 82, 1832.II tf when a Contractor shall run 'Itage" other .
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=1'ULt&t \Veal Point Appalachicola Busi"dtotheminanyof II made DMINISTRATOR'S-' SALE._Will be more rap uy or more irequenuy man ne is The Dead. How few -
sold
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the conrt5 of Florida Puuips 11\ the highest bidder, in the town of Magnolia, on required by contract to. carry the mail, he shall _
--.Id ftil u Ladu-s satin and Prunell remarked forcible
l E Counties of Georgia or Alabama, will Shoes,Brogans&c.HATS. Monday (he 14th day January next at the ,usual give the same increased celerity Jd frequency,to '- by a } impressive writer, -
y&tttndeSiio. AU.3dI83I. SOtf hour, Iota Nos. six ana seven, in square No. 2, range the mailunless the Poet Master General shall who read the ordinary lists :of deaths who

c OTICE..ThC i AND CAPS: south of Broadtr.t being part of the estate of Rush, otherwiserdirect) and without increase of com' know.any!thing of the-depth:of human feeling

undersigned has A superior assortment of the deceased. pensation. or, the, intensity of human suffering whk&ia _

.apoi3fledait and attorney in feet (or: mogt/ashiooable/ HATS.& CAPS of LEAH LEONEL RUSH; 15. The Postmaster General res rvcs.the right recorded in the simple and brief nqtice which _
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."ranutadand FLETCHER of
,.er rarruh Carter and the heirs all curtailing or of discontinuing any route, wnei read with 'much _
Wiln, deicrip oo., Nov.,13th, 1832. 133w Adm'tor., } we so carelefimesa and cold
'Ct m, and is in his
1aad.* intrusted 1itlitbe care ? opinion the pubcinterest shall require it i _
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1'-- -18 Flond* AM and in such, ness in the newspaper*. Finding 'tfamiliar
'f -t'DC1t'uteoathe' persons are forwtrned GROCERIES. 'ZbnvT, '_ 'brnmi case the contract shall cease, so far as
same, and those desir. relatesto ,the curtailed DUD8. to antat attention or'awaken sjmpathvre
A part, or to the,whole, if
",. mar. .O so onmpplicsiiaato TROMA8 the subscriber. large stock all its variety.P3LOHR. .t. :I ATTORNEY AT LAW. discontinued-an allowance' of one .month's. extra think no more of the m8tte1',I r;'what care __ __

i..ZZIt..Pebrury1" 4 ii 83j :' BALTZELL. WILL'Practice in the CourU of this District and pay being made to the Col tractor.' ,. we for the long, midnight vigib of Wttchlal ,

t8lfA.'LA JacksonCounty West Florida. His Officeis 16. ,All Contracts for routes embraced,iq' this affectionate friendship-the'weary aching]bead

,Fifty Barrels' wheat flour on Jefferson Street, opposite that of the Regiit advertisement shall commence on the first day of -the afflicted desponding' heart.we do _
N. B. All instruments not
GEaod: j complete ; with the strictest attention of writing their 1 ; will be drawn. January next,'and continue.two years. feel! 'the pain,languishing suffer 'has'
assortBtfST' I AJ&S0.Sadlery to legal 1 ... Decisions on bids Will be made known oIl the experienced _
;; 'hI. ofPre.laI=ed juai recei; ;, ..Tallahassee. June .20' 1829. ,3St.C.I ninth day,of November next and we know nothing of,the agoor/

sd's. C WLiT1 Merchants I aDd Ccnw Psctiti' saJ.: Crockery 'and..Glas Ware, L.. HASKINS will WILLIAM BARKY, Post Muter GtneraLGXKEKAI which',exhausted his frame,and wore out fcb.weaty __ __
nlUp WILLIAM nature, nor care we for tbr i' :._
Dlo&t'elin t ,. :Tin: ware, Looking GlassesSalt, Rea. any business Sn the citjrof Ntw'YORK POST Omc DtfBLANK ; ( has fled its frail pfnt t ii- ____

SEIX&s, I dy,mad and promptly and faithfully execute any Commissions July41hI83. 5 tenement, and uttered k* .. j__
clothingv stationary &c. &c __
r..).-a$_ _4. ,E .D ; ,, .JAldWfd'MuLLlN., entrusted to him by his friends in Florida aud the pub final gasping'farewell':' : We kriowb tt1f {'. i .

I i .TtJ1 lie enerall. .. BILLS OFLADING-Ieatly the .heartbr aktng Aguish that '. {.:r.
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I.j I./ ...w'e ':i, .a_ J...,- o. .5oM.w,- __ .. an. :d'd'f 'ed Afo "e'l&te'YievoTutibns 'of Us gorertt1nent 1 and trtBdro 4elnil! ftifige* for 'tW"e aiptoy- .wnrrri due time ; i ; I ; whetberth' ._. '-'- adata.i' "" ., .-r=;..". ..

: f :bT 'fromari 'sxcets of.t> i..t.: ae'. .tier.-=- and, from the.events of the last, promisebj; meal. of our ships. '.- A ,slight augmentation of tin; national: finaa i : l !1 counterbalanced l j
: WeUn'btr nothing of the.b tt': of 'It has -. ttfo duties with Owing to t j I dw .by man
:roess parting, a pert'h3nentdurahon. danapproirnati9fl 'on, our, commerce, inconsistent state. not'tend to btt
t of'the, strenpjh of aflfec I(,,.s which have been i m some'of its r ,putica1* 1ititjj 1003 ,V tour .: tho,spirit!t of Uiqtre4ty, had'been.imposed ; but ( commercial : 1)jtlOn ofotir otJ1\ltvr'n et. In the ,
*rr!' :undprr f fe'h, )4.tipiJjocM of the first owoj andraised. _: .a raotiircb Jolvihe; : "tkrope, I flood of tofcrfc-ofctbt; ; 4.pt&orprotraetd suficnLg who preserves, it is said, a friendly rec 1fec- it has been promptly withdrawn, and wo now govcinment, the th, union. tG .
:or t>f the intensity: of the afflictions tion ol the period, during which he acquired enjoy the trade and navigation of the Black the year will I 1 shall be done ? Ur2e .
I vrhich real friends. have beeR called upon to. among our cui 4eas, the hbh consideration that Soa aDd 'of all the ports belongit g to the Tur- the last session, I Up 'under tae implied
J : .ufW!.and endure; \ I coAild then.hav6pee produced by his, personal kish Empire and Asia, on the most perfect equality 'he Treasury will I Legislation, whicli it "OUldS!
Ills a melancholy* though instructive cpnftideratibn qualifications alone I with all foreign nations, l ly to meet the in I I of public: t faith, sudde ilv to ,
i ,: that the tendency of every thing Our commerce. >ith. ,that nation, is gradually I wish earnestly,.that ,in announcing to you from the large. [ I justify ij but the Dabb* T l1d.a.:
I, earthly is to: decay ; that the happiest pros. assuming a mutually beneficial: character, and the continuance o" friendship, and the! increaseof gress, but to I supreme law. But ttoL?retl'
: pects and brightest visions 01| future blUs, are the adjustment of the claims of our citizens, a most profitable commercial intercourse public debt ,which I their capital in manafact "V G
but delusive fancies which become extinguished \\1at! removed the only obstacle there was to an with Mexico, with Central merica, und'''the It is now' ( I cannot expect that& res-
when they shine out most vividly and give; the intercourse not only lucrative, but productive States of the South, I could accompany it with I I I to the treasury, ; permanently to wgtOPla
dura ion.- of I literary and scientific\ improvement.From the thht all blessed \\iih. I pal
1 fitrongfst evidence of permanent assurance they are wards of t ( when the money i is
: **'Hopes; which were angels in their birth become Great Britain I have the satisfaction that internal tranquility and foreigD pe;,cc, public lands h I legitimate! purpO ..iD | .Dot.
from their -intimacy and close connection -I to inform you that I continue to receive assurances which ther heroic! devotion to the tau I with human frailty and decay, but things of the most amicable disposition, rnerit. In Meaict, a sanguinary to present duties have: been paid not u %, lIp
:. of earthnd! thus it is, that those dir objects which have, on my part, on all proper occa- struggle is now carried on-, aoiCQ has caused two millions. t arising from them could be. L:;
upon which we have lavished the most sions, been promptly and sincerelv recip-o'a- some embarrassment; tf ou.:; commerco ; but jects other than: f ', benefit" in the e n U'IiI;
flattering hopes of future happiness and bliss, ted. The attention of that government has I both parties profess, tae .flol friendly}| ( :;position to amount, during t deb*. \.. : ..- or
ore removed from us before we are conscious latterly beer so much engrossed by matters towards us. Tq the termination of this millions and a ; I take an- enlarged fa !t
of the palsying illness, which quenched the of a deeply interesting domestic character, that c'ontcstwe IOP/K ;or the estoblishment of that viz ; eighteHn I !" our country, roust/fe SI1i8 or
spirit and laid them low.V( grieve that they we could not press upon it the renewal of negotiation secure inU>:rc'jUrse so necessary to nations applied to the y of protection man be ul't,
taken from theycould which had been unfortunately broken whose territories How im- lic dent. tho
\ are us so suddenly-that I : arc conhgious. ) >c articles of dom tie mace.
::;; not have been spared; a littltj longer-that we off by the unexpected recall of our Minister port.nt" it will be to us; we .nay calculate from It i i1\_ expeclfd, are indispensable! to$t...
r could not have appreciated their worth-returned who had commenced thtm with some *.<* f'ict, that, even in this uifavourable state of of the reduced war. Within thu pcope oU 'r
i thpi. manifold kin'lao. and gradually. hopes of suc.ress. My !great object was the I t .jpgSiapur maritime commerce has increased, effect after the :a I. i& recommeadeiL' h-
: nr0n-> "l| th"ln'V. lor that ovnnt. which from settlement of question.), which, though n i\r and an internal trade by caravans, from St. be, a considerable of patriotism: _and LT.er
t its sudden occurrence unmans our resolutions dormant, might hereafter be revived, ithdr Louis to Santa Fe, under the protection of esCorts from customs in, &, always, secute to j it:d01R,
: cud prostrates us in the dust by the sternness circunstances that would endanger tho rood furnished by tho government, is carriedon vertheless, be But beyond this a JibtT.land
i and severity of the blow. There is another understanding! hl.b it is the interest ofToth 'objecte-
all the of
to and is wants the
great advantage, daily increasing.The se ?n operation[ of the
sad thought"but nevertheless a true one-that parties to preserve inviolate, ccmcritcj as it is agents provided for by the treaty with this even upon a of discontent. IB tttotjuifo'*
J the more friendships we form, the more attachments -, by a community oran l:1gp: riannPrs, and power, to designate the toundariep which it tion and purchase its influence js deprecat !!
t we make, the more tender and endearing social habits, and by thr; high!' obligations we established, hive been named on our part ; but lic debt. On concentrate wealth into ft ted'a
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l \ cennections we weave around us and invest owe to our Rritish i ancy stor-.,, |for many of our one of the'cvil* of the dial war now racing entire public debt those germs of'trealuVaol
ij; ourselves with in this world, the more of grief mftst valuable institu'.ion! :"" and for that systemof there has been, that.the appointment of those and unlunded, will other countries have tfcft
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I: and suffering we .shall be called to endure. A Representative 'Government, which has enabled with whom tley were to co-operate, has not tion of .even : of monopolies characterized,
1' time will conic when all earthly attachments us to prcse fvc and improve them. yet been announced to us. two millions two : of liberty, and the pro t,
must [be \'credand the more l fond wo have The question. 01: our orth Eastern boundary The govenment of Central America has thousand three : : : of the people iu general one.ltc gfoi'
:. ;, been of friends, and the more devoted to. Connections still rCI'ani'.ls unsett d. In my last annual expelled flora its territory the party which, I are not of right declares it not only.' -i--
the more agonizing and severe wiil messroe, I explained to you the situation >ome time sine di.-turbed its peace. Desir-I January 1834 ; ; grounds but as disturJnog thI
t 1! be tho struggle which separates U*,. and tears in which \; found that busires.3 on my coming oils of fosterhg a favourable disposition towards dred and : of property by legislate u-
and
; us away from among: them. It may be that into office, and the mcasuis i thought it my us, which has on more than one occa- ninety-six dollars, titutional and uojust.
tho Stoic's life is productive, eventually: oi duty to r>uryUe, for asserting: the rights ot the sion been evinced by thi interesting conntiy, 1835. The cO : these effects are, m a gr,_Ale...
: less pain and suffering: than that individual endure United States, before the -overeijrn who had 1 made a second atUmpt in this year, to establish Fund, however, [, eraled, and may be ascri4 te .
--, who possesses more dclicat-; sensibility b cf n chosen by my predicts to determine: a diplomatic intercourse with them : but nty to purchase of the cou.lderatJol13.Lich: j led
and ii alive to the geu. rous impul.-es af haturt tr c question-an'l also th: uianncr in wbihi the death of the distinguished citizen \ horn 1 and the means of ; O! the tariff system but
.. :, and the finest feeling of the human heart ; J "i i t had disposed! of it. A special message to lud appointed lor that purpose has retard* d thc it may bo hoped important in eoaMbg; <:ua they to( .
it my be so, but yet his cold enjoyments, aad i ip. benumbing sympathies afford him but purr brought: before them the question.whether much advantage to our commerce.-The union I cannot too h bearings upon the great interests,
|i! comfurt, 'when most be needs the >yrnpoj'.i I1i, they would advise a submission to the opinion of the threo States which formed the Republic and my I I ,'anil with a d trrainatlon to
i the suslaing! hand and upholding! arm of a' d-jiit of the Sovereign arbiter. That body having of Colombia has been dissolved ; but that memorable I it so that none can. with justice
!, endearing fr cnd hip. Liie would! not be worth considered the award as not obligatory, and they all, it i is believed. considered themselvesas of the public debt ] ,
I, possessing>> ii this polar ntm did} not ilbutjinate I advised me to open a fi.rther negotiation the separately bound by the treaty, which was Faithful to the .. painful duty to stale.that in, ,one
;I its dark j aths and throw around its drwjriness, I: proposition was immediately made to the UraI made in their fede-al capacity. The Minister! ed out by the : the United States,'opposition to th
( an evideic of sy4.Tjathetic love for eAch 01!hf I ti-h (government ; but :he circumstances to accredited to the Federation continues in that object, the present has risen .to.a, height which
f cr ; and though separation, win '.t comes, \\ hich '1 hive: alluded, hare hitherto prevented character near the government of New Grenada to it all the : thwart their execution,. if not,"
i, cru-hes the heart and tears asfp! >>ier its very any answet being given to the overture. l ar- and hopes ware entertained that a new mereqrhas integrity of the union.. What t.
libre, yot how ei crly we taste tif its Delicious ly attention, however, hts been pnmiised to union \vould he formed between the sepirtte: preserved for the may: be thrown m' the way; of
sweetand exult in the particirnt.ion'of iu delirious the subject, and every e.1brt on my part will be :States, at least for the purpose of foreign intercoure. four years for Authorities of the General Gov
f_, njo _'iil<'nts. __ .made} for a sati-factoT scttleinent of this Our Minister has been instructed the executive is hoped they will be able peace
FROM- ..'*? u*, ..-XAl. JNTI.i.' /.sCFR-tXTR\ I question interesting: te the union generally, & to u...e his good offices, whenever they shill: l be millions of dollars them by the prudenco of tfceir:
i i MESSAGE I particularly so to one ot'its members. desir-d to produce the reunion so much to be the payment of : and the patriotism of:the people.
The claims ot our citizens on spain, are not wished; tor, ihv domestic: tranquilly of the parties bt-en accomplished this reasonable reliance" the mo
Of the President, ot the United .States, to tho5of'"t I yet acknowledged. On a closer investigation and the security and facility of foreign ditures for all good sense of all portions of our&!
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,. & IIousiv of Representatives, at the of then than appears! to have heretofore taken commerce. ferr ng tj) the be disappointed, it i:, believed tH
t ope n. of the Second Session of the Twenly place, it was fliscovered that some of ihc-se:' Some agitations, naturtlly: attendant; o. an >;me period for th >msev .s are fully adequate .to the
t Cu ond << ongress. demands, however strong they rm;..:ht be upon iniant: teign, have prevailed in the Empire of : our maritime and ot such attempts a* nay beinuw
:;. FtLi.ow-rmz "OF THE 'EN.\TE AND the equity of that government wen? not such Brtzil, which have had (the usual effect upon ; improvements o;' Should the exigency arise,"ren.
: HOJSL "I RE"RE81."tTTIt"E') Us coal bo inarJe s'Jhject.of national inter: r- commercial operat -'>ns ; and while they suspended re/moval'dnd 'J'V of the existing laws, UD.
It gives me ... s .c-1 j. ...'.ruinlat"; yoj ;p- eme.n on your rutun to tn seat of government, for :; nothing out what '\it.-> cieany ri"!ht, MJ.siti s.l similar; occasions, they ha"e given rise to new tion. wll i be given to congress,.aiti tie
A the purpose! of discharging:; your duties to the ],I instructions have ue n sent to modify lIur *lemauds i coit'pkrnts: on the part ot our citizens. A pro- The final j>f.such views_ and in surea, M
? -people of Unit' States. ithuugh the petilenco ''. >o a& to emor tho" tj olh'; rfaceordmi on WflC1i per consideration: l for calamities and difficulties our resources, necessary to meet it. r"
J uhich have traversed the OldY orld. to the \\\vn> oi uiti.; ns, >vu had a of this nature has made us less urgent and provision for all with the principles heretofore
has entered our limits and extended It.. ravat > strict. tight; to in.;i.st. An iu vitaiile delay in pt" re "jptory in our demands for justice, than and public defence : with the hope o. reducingtb!
r over much of our land, it has pleased Almighty procuring dcuinezitnecessiiy tug tju) > review hay to>> our t lIow., ttizens would, under other thorizes and :' to that simplenacliiae;
God to mitigate its severity and lessen th: of the in-rtts of the. iaim.., retarded thi.opirution .-> cII.('.instances, b ve i cqure: .-But their claimsare Wither reduction Constitution created, and .of filh'
number' or! it-, victims, compared with those until an nmbrtunate nnlady, .vhi.h not u. glert-d: and will on or jper occasions: reqiijre l for them. the Stares all other: 'mfljeocethaa
\ $1' !huv lallen in most other countries over has afflicted his Catholic lie and ith effect.
.ttujesty, prevented I urged, it is hoped A crefiry of the tre al bene 'cnce in pTt1erT1 iB
ivhich it has: spread its terrors. Notwithstandi all examiuation of tht-m. Bo.ng now, for the I I refrain: fiom making HI >' communication ter the present an uniform currency'nnin-
.... !lii! visitation, our country presents on first time presented in .in unexceptionable : on the :-.ubj'e: of our atitir- with Buenos Ayres mad to a inviolability of..contracts, duUwag
every sidf, marks of prosperity dnd happiness, form, it is:: confident).., h<;puu, .the application .'":aue: th,A negotiation communi ued, to youi is earnestly and discharging!' unfelt -its:: ctfet
unequalled perhaps, in allY other portion of will be successful.' my; last annual message uas, at the Uatf ofvii of I. 'onrc's, in functions, I recommend.t&Jt. ..
th* condition, existing causes of discontent application I directi to be |,aade ior the delivery would render a publication I ol the details: inexpedient. "ill devise such l corporations, whether created tyI
will appear unworthy of attention, and with or a part of the archives of Florida, fir tary obj..v|, as :: I or State:: Governments, anrfplaciflg)
hearts of thankfulness to that Divine Being, which had hecfl carried to the Havana, has pro- A treaty of amity and con mt-rce has been which shall be .) : in the treasury. As a source:
who has filled our cup of prosperity, we shall duced a Royal order for their delivery, and formed with the JU public of v -hili, wrsu-h!: it and as mar ) Mo- ks arc of little ono lue.1S
?t feel our resolution] strengthened to preserve that ,measures have !bet-n taken to procure its approved by the Senate will he laid before you. the:rommunitvLonji influence amonc the ,tatest, 1
3 and hand down to posterity that liberty and execution. That government seems to be established, and ami to the purity of: our inatitutwjs.
i that union which we have received fKm our| By the report of the Secretary of State, at peace *ith its iitti;..hixiurs ; and its ports t being ed th! opinions I principle: upon A hicb they are based I
Fathers, and which constitute the source and communicated to you on the 5th June last, the resort of our hips vvh.ch are employedin Congress on this :- I by many unconstitutional, and to I
the shield of all our blessings. you are ;njol med ..f the conditional reduction th,* highly' important tn:tie of the fisheries, duty, on the : ; policy'which |hey UhJi w lr
L The relations of our countiy continue to present obtained l by the MtUtslcroi the United :Statesat : this commercial convention cannot but he of them upon the I wholly iuexpedj nt. I
the picture of amicable intercourse, that Madrid, of tho ...uthon tonnage, levied on great advantage to our fellow-citizens engaged Th soundest ;ma( } to acquaint you with the 'V'
f. had the satisfaction to hold to view American in the of The in that but busuie I 0 .states
::1 up your shipping; poits Spain. perilous profitable ** principles u:)on \\ by the Lank of the
at the opening of your last: session., The condition of that reduction having been, com i Our commerce with the neighbouring State tions are t founJed, I ot the holders of the 3 per.cent
4 same friendly profession, the same desire to plied with on our part, by the act passe the of Peru, owing to the enormoua dutulevitrd: tattoo of the .\' I the Government will l be 4e
participate in our flourishing commerce, the ':3th of July last, 1 hive the satisfaction to inform i on our principal articles of export, has been on they also require i u-e of the public hinds \}D3cr
SLtne disposition to retrain from injuries unintentionally you, that our ships pay no highe nor oth- : the decline, and all endeavours to -rocure an limited to \\hat by I p.lted. By this arrangeincflf
offered, are. with few exceptions e er duties in the continental ports of &pait?, Iban I alteration have hitherto proved rruitlt.( : \\ ith tion, shall be ( I (par cularly explained by &a se
..rinceditb: all nations with whom we have any are levied on their national vessels.I Bolivia we have yet no diplomatic intercourse, the Government, i treasury, a-surrendei of the cef-
: intercourse. This desirable state; ofj things The demand u ain.->t Portugal' : for illegal: and the continual contest carried on between publr sc.rvicv. In i tiiis stock may be postponed wp
may be mainly ascribed to our undeviating captures in the blockade Terceua, have been it and:Peru have made me defer, until a more>> it is due, in justice ;, 3 ; and thus the I liability of IW
: practice of the rule which ha long guided our allowed to the iull amount I national policy, to require no exclusive privil- bv/the claimants, ana payment was:: pro for that purpose. 'f tbe union itself coatiuued by the failure Oih e
eges in commerce, and to grant none. It is mised to be made in three instalments. The An act of atrocious piracy having been committed existing law: to () ) it> duties.. .1.
4 daily oducisg protection to our citizens and first or tbeae has boon paid ; the second, although on one of our trading ships by the inhabitants industry should :; aaare within the reach of O
their property abroad, and in the increase: of due, Had not, at the date of OUI last of a settlement the west coast of cessary to f ; the f reasur ,,'have been.tok1- 'P
our navigatiouand the extent of our mercantile advices, oer n received ; owing, it was alledg- Sumatra, a frigate was despatched with ordersto nations, and to | judg whether the 'public dP':
opi.rations. The returns which have been ed, to embarrassments in the, finances, conse- demand satisfaction for the injuy; if (hose of manufacture. es institution malr' >tt< reg id
jjiade out /mce we last met, will show an ,increase quent on the civil war in which that nation is who committed it should: be found members ofa pendence and.saf : r r Jf.; ; iui a*.hi1imIiM'u1,
during the last preceding)ear, of more engaged.The .' i regular government, capable of maintaining' investigation, it to this object*i CO,, "
than. 80.'CO!' : ions m our shipping, and of near.toOooOOO payments stipulated by the conventionwith the usual relations with foreign nations ;, l but it will be, that the e atteution of Coog' d!"
; $ in the aggregate of our imports Denmark have been punctually made, : if. as it was supposed, and as they proved to ed to any particular that it is worthy! .of tuse9 S
t and export and the am mint is ready for distribution! among be, they were a band of lawless pirates, to inflict indispensably I An inquiry'into the traa! cUoas' '
I L Nor have we less reason to facilitate ourselves the claimants. as soon as the hoard now sitting such a chastisement as would deter them commend that it : ui.loo.J ea bracing the 'brapcac. p j 4
on the position of our: political, than of shall have [Performed their functions. and others, from like aggressions This last that us' t tar asmay' j : 'pa! Bank seem$ F11J I?d for b t ,
1 our commercial concerns. They remain in I regret that at toe last advices from our was done, and the effect has been an increased jects, the whole which ia ifen tJarougbo
.: : Jbc..tat'? in which they, were,' when ..1 las, ; ad- Charge.d'Affairs at Naples that Government respect for our:flag in those distant seas, and to the revenue .& 'seii-Q3 'charges :izP hiII :
4 / 4red!: ypu-a.state of prosperity and peace, bad still delayed the satisfaction due to our citizens additional security! for our commerce.* gard to the faith of r, and which il true, ;mayjl1: i
th eiVect'of a wise attention ,to the parting.advice ; but at that date the effect of the last.instructions In abe view.I have given oureon exion with preservation of heDjiolr.tb it ,** ** IO rl
( of the revered Father of his o\Jntri.o.! wan not known. Despatches from foreign powers, allusions have. been made to establishments of of the money of lie peO$ t I
ibis.subject, condensed into a maxim ',tot the thence are hourly expected, and the result will their domestic disturbances'or foreign wars, to mit. interests wljich. merit)O c '
use posterity, by one of his most dis'guished be communicated to you without delay. their revolutions or dissentions. It may be That ; :', alter the 1idIflI 4'P' :.
successors, tojcultivate free commerce and honest With the rest of Europe our relations political proper to observe, that this is done solely in of our domestic one of the moat' i po aD.t ; ;
t friendship with all nations, but to.make and commercial, remain unchanged. Negotiations cases where those events affect our 'political stract, bebeneficial, t of't:the publiclandi. :: RreS'. Of,
j ,entangling alliance with none. A strict adherence are (going on, tput, on a permanent relations with'then), or to show,their. operationon reason to doubt of'our present COaSt1t $ '
to this,policy bat kept us aloof from th.perplexing P. I basis, the liberal system of the commerce now our commerce. Further' than this, it u is went,there is, : b/ Congressy a P0ht!
.. questions that now'agitate the European carried on between us and the'Em pi re of Russia. neither bur. policy nor our right to interfere. who would 'not, for: -wub uwned by the States
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world,and Jiav? more than once deluded The treaty concluded wjth Austria' executed Our: best wishes on'all occasions, our'good officers :' higher"pricofoV Ii theUmtedSlatea/or; 1Ufl41O! ,bePU4P u&.et:
thoe \countries, with blood. Should those .by Jbu! Imperial! MlJe8tj"wltb! the most when required, 'Will. be uflfor/Jed, to,promote it is! presumed that aDd as.t a mf J* -1
4 } scenes unfortunately recur, the. parties to the perfect gow faith ; and, aa we.bave.no diplomatic the domestic.tranquility) & foreign peace signed for 'trii. .Cr,. 1 ,
be of'all nations-with whom have inter to the minds" of. .and at ifiAieatl'ptWMft: :
his
I :: I the dutjef, }iocumbf nt ou, us as a neutnil na- into, and corrected a proceeding of some orb course. Any intervention. t in :their affairs further The most they b& G 4
1 ..ton; and.pur: citikcns may equally rely, on tho subaltern officets/.the injury., of :bur Con than thif"'ev,o bytbe l expression; i .:.of'an ry'arid generally i 1 l and' Mb! qarolioa"and l 1b wl L
q1 #'(m' >.;ifil'un...*>f . i' ,'W : '. "U I) that waii,our earliest! fne&dluieodlj Our:treaty with the Sublime. Porte is- p., policy and. 4 will. always. bearoid. .price,}by domestic: : fl i'a.uked.> leliefed; !from this, pd&.! ? U'! I
: .1.1;.' 4tIc uncy t Of.OU r :p01tt4C1C1ibt0! ducip< zpected ecion! ,( ii t; comrnerca.1New ed-: I tbe-foriuanjirticfe.: ,, wvreCO4T I
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ccOJriplistiod it s'?n the cliscrefioa the Constant 8oTiriUiIe; of this ': ptan Tfec .. :
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dispose of thm in Ouch a way the harmony.and union i .of'the) rejected cera pwyer. 4NDR W. *" .0t4#. $4
.. jjcs* to( I thus the positions; these cKShV" -.___ _
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N rondtioe to the quiet harmony and penernl I 'Being solemnly impressedwith unchanged, as do the views remain* DECEMBER. 4thI32; __ ..:.:... j .
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communicated
: of the American people. In examinn tiui, thar""tbettt'nsio.n of 'tbe I .
i1cre.t!
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my Message to the- Senate Ld
thi-* question, all! local and sectional feelings In.ernal.Improvom. beyond the ". 'of February. ELO: .LDjtN ,

'discarded and the whole U. "f.it : ,
Jshould be suggested, even be deemed refer .
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p you to tho annual repOrt of the Se .. ....
interested alike is
of the best
States regarded irs one people, 1ubversh'e interests of the ,12 -.
NvyVb ch
r fl in the prosperity as their common conn..rye try. I earnestly recommend to I for,a detailof 1 the:accompanies this 'SATURDAYMORNING-- -, --...-.- _

I if cannot be doubted that tho speedy settle relra'.n: frorrfits: exercise, irTdoubtful of the operations that t DECEflJEftWe .. S
service T"?" .
1 went of those Jands constitutes the true interests cept in relation to improvements the general during remarks the! .present.year. publish to the exclusion of our,usual .{

of the republic. Tho wealth and strength gun, unless they shall first on some.of the the Presidents Message entire. variety, -
procure of -Thi* d. inat.
o
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: ()fJ country arc its. population and the best j States such an amendment of the I which has been Navy taken,of presented. tbe been looked for with unusual interest, owing cument to has the ffigA to MIU y ttftfa'
our
of that population arc the cultivatioN 0ibe I as will define its character and foreign re- attitude in which the state of South ,
part ; I seize this occasion to invite to Carolina now '-., .. .. .. .. i'J, V t"nn.I.tM1 '-
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[ soil.-iwdependent farmers .ire every where bounds. If the States feel I the incresed your stands, as regards the government the United States a- .... .... .L.

I tJiel'ask0 society, and) true friends of liberty objects, why should this I II d to our commerce protection and citizens, itl| has af -It: will be perceived that General Jackson has re. jofIannarynex OTICE.-Tha t lirIll fei} the 1st i

addition to those considerations, assume the ? on dis commended a reduction of the Tariff Io questions power If they do not soas, without on a scale which negroes to the highest bidder. .
. tave already arisen nnd may be expectea'bcrcaflcr will' not hesitate to make the grant. in commission.any In augmentation the of the i if adopted by Congress,cannot fail to allay the excite Dee. i2d 1831. ISU: GEO. L. F.\N'TLEROY.

, to grow out of the public lands, ernments are the governments of I of its gradual improve mnt which unhappily exists on this subject, while the F OR SALE.-Fo.ty likely I -.
the of the States ami J pecuniary concerns, in tho con- moderation and firmness of the coufse"he stands are negroej, among which
involve twenty
trfctch ) rights new ( improvements must be made with in pedg! working hands.-A
the preference
the powers of the Genera! Government ; and I \ of the people ; and if the progress for collection of materials; ed to pursue, guarantee that the laws wilfrbe preserved given i ireatthisoffifv-to those who wish to purchase entire families be
money use during future and inviolate, arid that the : *-.
emergencies, I 22d
liberal be there is i disorganizing doctrines of 1832. 183w
1cssJ policy now adopted, lected and applied by those more I construction l1uJJification L- .
G that the ,c questions may speedily as- economical political machines the of vessels & the buildings as we consider them, will gain no additional FOR rfAl L E.-A fou.r jqrJtfDalOfl and "S5SEnqure
hngcr ,
to their strength rash p
preservation and by a and
not antici repair, the injudicious resort to physical l thlTofficV* in good repair, low for ...
importance
an now gencinUy it will cash.
be at :
fumc unquestionably L.ernments Th.
state of this force-The
branch friends _..
of the service ex- of the union everywhere. will 22d_ISU.: tch ,
The influence of a great sectional in- better for the .1 u feel 10IW1 I
pated. : people, than to add to me Donna to
truiti of that vigilance rally round the President A ,
and to sustain DMINISTRATOR'3
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jcnt, "hen brought into full action, will, bofound I dour, the and the care him in NOTICE.-All
patronage, are so indispensable to its carrying into effect his views of concession and SL,hating claims against the persons .
wore dangcrou.- the harmony and General Government. But if the new efficiency. promise. Justice and patriotism corn. phries' c'd., late of Leon estate of George Hum-
suggestions
the States than contained in the an- require that someih. sent them county, are required to'pre t
unioaof any/ther cause of the several States think otherwise ing should duly authenticated '
report, as well as others heretofore sub- speedily be done, to save the republie.A ed law within tbe time prescribe
by
Discontent ; and it is i the part of wisdom and mend the Constitution and in their ; decision of this or they will be forever barred 4
to Congress, are worthy of question by force u not lobe though sons endebted to said and all per
ound policy to foresee its approaches and en- ought cheerfully to acquiesce.For ; but nono more so than the your atten the of; whatever may be the opinion of the majority of the ment. estate ANGUS are requested to make pay

deatouril possible: to counteract them. a detailed and highly for another term of six urging people of the United States a* to the expediency or Tallahassee! December 22d 1832.JOHNSON Adm. )
the various schemes which have been of years, of the constitutionality the 183wT .
Of the operations of the war improvement of the protectire system.-'lhe rightsof % OTICt-tJix weeks after _
buhirto proposer in regard to the disposal of fer you to the accompanying report I the Navy. the complairing states must be regarded, as well as. ii the honourable the Judge of date the, I shaulijppTf'u: *
landi, has received the accompanying report of the Post- those interests which have Franklin couty for letters county court or \
the public ntint" yet entire cretary of War. grown'up under war duties of administration the
on
iceneral, will ta es.
of the .National 'you also perceive that and a system of legislation which the I e of Colin l'Rae dec'd. BARBARA
approbation Legislature.. The hostile incursions of the present state o* Anpalachicola M'RAE.
Deeply impressed with the importance of a Indians necessarily led to the I i without continues to extend its useful- the country requires,should be abandoned except so far December 22d 1838. 186w

fpcedy and satisfactory: arrangement! of the. the Government. A portion of the impairing its resource or lessen as incidental protection will be afforded by a revenue PunLIC_S ALE.-Will be sold on the 21st Jaauaj I
accommodations
subject, I deem it my duty nn this occasion, der Generals Scott and Atkinsion, and which it affords; in the adequate We to the necessary expenses of the government. following valuable,:(or the real third and Monday in January) lh# t
rapid have
transportation of the mail confidence
10 ure it upon your consideration, and, to the militia of the State of Illinois, was leave every in the virtue and patriotism ing to !fr& Sarah and Harriot personal property belong ,
beg call of the
to the
attention of people, and in the Handley.
Congress moderation A
and firmness well
which have been heretofore oi settled plantation
the field. in
to After
propositions Leon
sug- a harassing views heretofore the executive in the W. side county, on the Nt
expressed in relation to present crisis.-In short webelieve of the lamonia
l brothers to contribute those leflecli.mii Lake,
Mbtcd longed by the nature of the containing 640
country of rhoosing: the President nd Vice the union must and will be preserved." more or less. Two thirds the aercj
which have occurred to me, in the most choice lake
hopethat of mock h-ini
difficulty procuring subsistence the balance
of the U. S., and to those superior oak and t
they may assist you in your future deliberations. wore entirely defeated and the respect The hundred and hickory land. Ont
.tenure of office generally. Still im o. result of_ the Presidential election is now officially I !!.OOd feiH". nrtft...seventy-five.. ..,.,.. acres. in_ cultivation under I
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dispersed or destroyed. The icsult with the Known.-General Jackson: received 219 in the u. I5UJ"passeQ fertility land ,
justness of those views, and votes, of country, of which uyany
It teems to me to be our true policy, that creditable to the which Mr. Van the present
Buren
troops engaged in the belief that the modifications will receive all except part of The place is particularly crop IS a proot

( the public lands shall cease as soon as practicable Severe as is the lesson to the those subjects, if adopted will suggest- the vote of Pennsylvania. Clay received 51 votes pleasant situation, the advantages TaIU3blefi-OlQ which its elevated and ,
contribute
to be. ..a source... of. ,.revenue.. ; and. that .I rendered necessary by their \' prosperity and harmony of the and Mr. \Virl 7.-The vote of South Carolina was chard rived! dci"or .
;i they be sold to settle's in limited parcels, at a gressions ; and it is to be hoped recommend them country given to Gov. Floyd of Virginia for President and Mr. premises a raSSS-ppS.-a the I

puce barely sufficient to reimburse to the Uni.icd pression will be permanent and at this time. to your consider Lee of f Boston (for Vice President. : an entry and

Slates, the expanse of the present system, This campaign has evinced the a: new gin house Pi&T2S-oTerseers and hous, negro
under Indian heretofore pointed out the defects in Gen. Robert Y. Hayne has been elected Gevernor, boilers and mill running geer, sugar! house.
the arising bam
cost our
and compact. ganization of the Army and its and C' ,cribs and &fables.
for punishing official frauds C. Pinkney Lt. Governot of South state of aU in a perfeca
I I of especially Carolina. repair, for the \
The advantages: ; accurate surveys, and undoubted prompt and active cervice. Its \' the District of ensuing reception or an occupG.t th

titles, now secured to purchasers, merits have performed their almost Columbia. It has been Our city hasten thronged with strangers during the year. t

seem to t forbid the abolition of the pre&ent system energy and despatch, and th to punishment impossible and to bring notorious cul past week. The races commenced on WednestJay and! iSSSrr-! of horses,4
because be substituted which ; aceoring to a decisi, have been conducted with 1sof com.
none cau ment was satisfactory.Our great spirit and eeorum.-
will perfectly these the Court for this Districts a prosecution The weather was fine and the track in or 15 barrels sugar, an Wf* of seeel
accomplish
more important fellow-citizens on the froticrs i the czech nt order rin. household saw cott
by of and
:: cock It is desirable, however that in dy, as they always are, in the tender has been lapse twenty years after the and nothing SJ tar has occurred, to nur the festivities TERMS OF kitchen furniture, ete. etc.,

convenient time, this machinery be withdrawn services in the hour of danger. But committed. It may happen n- I of the ortasiun-A large number of lat'ies have contributed will be sold acredUoTThre land and improvements

from the Stales, and that the rii'ht of soil, and efficient organization of our militia it has already hppnet!, that during i, by their presence to tHe brilliancy and attrac paid in jriSftP the. with money to 1:
twenty years, all fe e\ ide ce of lu-! lion of the scene.-:Tie balls on '.i hursday and from date ; intercs.t
the future disposition of it, be surrendered to essential to tho security which is Friday securities
in the possession:: of the C..prn himself. evcuingi, at the Planters' Hotel', were attended mortgage on the pi'prty will be ,
| fully
States
tbi respectively, ia which it lies.:: principal ojccts of all Governments. ?balance tf requiredr;
\ proper<< the limitation bo in rela. More than a hundred ladies and gentlemen a cred ,
The ajventufous and hardy population ofthe er our situation or institutions, may were 'Jpre months
prirttft citizens, it would SPKIII that it sent-The refreshments anti decorations were proved sec'lri.je. iiSS- two api
west, besides contributing their equal share : mit the maintaiuun of a large re gotten IStf
nol to ':oinmence in up by the proprietor with taste and
running favour of elegance' Several
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of taxation under our impost system, have History oflers too lessons of A HOUSE A D.LOT ,.
horses
many officers until arc entered t-j-ilay fn the FOR SALE.
they out of office. proprietors
go
in tbe progress of our Government, for the result of such purse'and AT PUBLIC
measures not in warn u fine is 1PCT10V
Judiciary sy.-trm of the United States sport expected.Ve shall receive the R. J.
land repor
they occupy. laid into the treasury a large its adoption. (If he of the <'" WULoffer VfCXLEY-Jluclinecr. .
Secretary
imperfect. O, the nine Western m to b* inserted in our next. I for '
and atpuk'k au-ti-n:
projMjrtum of millions of dollars and The on the 1st rfl
forty
expense which attends it, the January next
,
Western ; nt I I It'dock
tates three
the venue recei.ed therefrom, but a small tendency (to employ it becau.-f it I ts of' a Circuit court., Ohio onl I., enjoy) the IOLL.DThe sperch of the King of ho''':se and lot lately occupied by on Mr.the Charles'Aust1lh premises, the

part has been expended amongst them.-\\ hen thus to engage in ), Kentucky Holland, .it th< oncninlY'; 0" ifw... > ht.....,,_ 11..nu..1,, 'r'lI' mide I-n.wn \t the sale. R. HA YW'ARD.
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unnecessary ; enne.v'S'-'f are embraced in the i '---.0'- "" "'" "U to the di.adv8n'Rg of their silCfution in this ultimate dangei 1 !I' public! ill.! 'ry will but India.'tn general breathed war and cfiance.I."DOX. 182w

fai>ect. ., we add. tht. .consideration. that it isi I t.u-it, to pla c.ou: principal depe< '! Miss; and, Illinois, Missouri, .ta- R :\ /\ .- : '
*, >issifjj| Louisiana; nay; only ffficc to the Sssss&ss5sSS9ftteSSlKfe?
ineiriaDotir alone which gives real valuo to protection, upon ttx great tJod) 01 tile I I Courts. If the ,' .)ct. 21.

Ac land*, and that the proceeds arising from of the republic I', 1:1 us<;;e.: ting lights,I"n )?, why should it not existing be extended system ?be If a' CONTINUED SUCCESS OF lioN PEDRO.

their sale: are distributed chiefly among 'States pelling wrong, var should rome upon bad one, why is it Buffered Private accounts hav been received from i WI
to exist 1 tak d
tbich had not originally any claim to them, & regular force should be increased to stales were promi ed Madrid stntinjr that a continued attack \va-: "e'ember e nntica.22tl. THOS. M. BRADFORD J. P. '

,iDch have 'njo'ed.tbe undivided emoluments, proportioned to the emergency, and \" when into equal rights made on, ':'purto ou the 2Jtii{ and 30th Sept. 1832.:
they tht Lnion
came
vising from the sal! of their own lands, it sent small! army i is a nucleus, I -.' 1 are the guarantees of tht' and 1st Oct. Tb ';uiguelites were obliged to C'l'y,EL rc'r1o.N.-A: ,.,ejection forfctend-utvLa

ctnnot be expected that the new States will re- such force could be formed and Nothing can be more obvious i.than onstitu-the abandon their outposts and have retreated 5 t fie cnstrng i5 he fjir hell the city 0'" Tnliahas3! ; for I
team longer contented with the But for the leagues from Oporto. .Id at the rnarkct.holl.tC in
present policy, purppses of de/rlice! und of the General Government s city, (
after the pa ment of the public debt. To a- ry circumstances, we must rely upon lates the to place: ih:-sup. ssaasSssattDeemlxr
on same footing ai relation in, and \'.-
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t ert the consequences, which may be appre- tors of the country. Those by wnom administration of BUOJNAP 18TE: ..A' WEALTH. L
and I
Kadcd from this cause, to put an end forevtf !j; whom, the Government was : : will J he neglected justice no longer., trust Th sum oi money kit Ly Madame Buona 22d 1832.L. A.. THOMPSON I tendaat.lot...

.. bali partial and interested legislation on th( : supported, will constitute its & many of the subjects to which parte to her *on Joseph is stated to be seven- ; .!......

subject> and to afford to every American citi- hour of danger, as they do its check in I ) is invited in this communication jour at- ty-nine million: oi; I tratica, which reduced to C.XTRAL;\his BANK institution OF FLORIDA.-The stQrk- .
it
Jwof enterprise, the opportunity of securing of safety. of gratification to reflect that the I is a t federal currency is 15,718,125 dollars. It is i:: in eb.tion for nine directors will are)take hereby place notified that

independent freehold, it seems to me, there- But it is obvious that the militia adopted arc uninfluenced the steps believed that Joseph will never return to his t the 7th day of January next, '\t the BankingHouse! on Monday'in ,

toe, best to abandon the idea of raising a fu- imperjpct.: ? Much time i is lost, much: : ments entailed tbe by em-the' seat at Bordentown. All his valuables were ralhhasse.Member S2d L. A.THOMPSON, Cashier. >'
upon
by 1932. ;
country
fcrereienuc out of the public lands. sary Sf4>ense is incurred, und KUch which it has passed. III regard 1 boxed/" 11 and numbered. .. previous- to his departure JOtI I
In former I have rt\\8Sted I lor Europe, and left in of ..
messages
.eoaittion--. .. that_. the con-titution: does nut war- I Little useful knowledge is guiued by ( as just starting in our mny career and but faithful domestics, subject to further or- i :

Ruttnt application funds of the General ers and drills, as now otablished, ders.
60 salutary experience, about to fix a
eranent to objects of Internal Improvement I whole subject requires a thorough i basis the policy best calculated upon to

ac4 ,which are not national in their character, tion. .\\ hctbcr a plan of : the happiness of the people, and fa- CHARLESTON Dec. 12.

both as means of doing justice to all inter- dying these defects, and providing for their progress towards the most COTTON.-The sales on Monday were

tsls,and putting an cnd to a course of legisla- of instruction, might not be adopted .I of civil liberty. On an occa comI I heavy: owing it is said, to some large orders _

,( n calculated to destroy the purity 01" the mitted to the consideration of > : interesttng and important in our history received by mail on that morning, but a decided -

GOtmlDt'nt! have urged the necessity ot re- Constitution has vested in the General : such anxious concern to the friends of rtduction on the asking prices oj last

Gucmg the whole subject h some fixed and meat independent authority upon throughout the world it week." About 2000 bale. changed hands on THE RACES.-Over the Marianna Course wiU
is our imperi- on
Wednesday
trtntn' rul('. As there never will occur a pe- ject of the militia, which renders its to lay aside all selfish and local con- that day, at prices ranging fmm-tO to 11, and next, and continue four days-first Wd day day, the of January
Jockey.
riod.J'eI'haps, mOe propitious than the present, *cntul to the establishment or impru{ and be guided by a lofty spirit of I one small lot of choice brought 11 12'en15, Club purse of $250-3 mile heats entranc $20.. -24
f the accomplishment of this 1 the I : the principal sales were 10 1-2 day ballance I of the Jockey-Club
| object, beg sjAtem. And recommended the to the great principles on which our a 103-4. Yesterday heats best 3 in purse $170-mite _
** 5j entrance
t to prefca the subject again, upon your Ilt0. to your consideration, in the are founded. there was less demand. We quote inferior trance money of the 1st, 2d, and$15.3d--3d day, the en _

the state of this important arm of the this Government be administ- to good 10 a 10 5-8 ; prime 10 7-8 a 11 heats, entrance IO.-4th day a days races, mila

..\\thout! some general and well definedWpta I defeat: c requires'your attention. to preserve its efficiency may in so 1-8, "hoice 11 3-8 a 11 1-2, at which prices it old November colts-race may be expected.-sweepstake Entrance. $50., 2 .year ,, _

ascertaining those objects of Inter- I am happy to inform lOu, that the these general objects should promoting be is with difficulty that sales are etlected, andpurcha.eri 20th 1832. Ntf i __ _____

improvement which the of the humane of from the =w looking for a decline. RENT.-That
to means : policy transferring aim of our ambition ; and we caunot large and *ell fi? ., _

.........OI. ..may.be constitutionally applied. it ia,ob"wat to tbe Western side of the Ii too carefully examine its construI I In other articie* we hear of but tew transactions AFOR: and two-story now house situated on Aoe \ 1 ____ _
(- occupied ____
." the : and alteration by Henry C.Ash. -
exercise of the power can never I remains of our original tribes, I order that we may not mistake its no in orices.NEWORLEANS. ; ., For the various of :

.It .Wctory. Besides the danger to' which : own onsent and upon just terms, I or assume those which the people have private dwelling divided, tavern_and stores. (the purposes basement ,tory t.
,.,I Congress of and id Dee. 1. being into two,apartments it is _
) .
making hasty appro- steadily pursued, approaching, to themselves, or have prefened to COTTON.-Arrived since the'23d l Uted,and from its'local position well cajctu
,toI to'works, of tbe character of which its consummation. reference instant 13,043.( lftd j ; immediately
By to I to other agents. We should bear con- Cleared in the same time 6705 bales ; making un.addi- the CentrJl Bank of Florida" and in oppo- _
the.
j1ay be frequently ignorant, it pron.otes a of the' Secretary of War, and to the in mind the fact that the considerations I lion to stock of 6254, and leaving on hand a stock of fers I the commercial part of the town, no situation cenua'of of '.

: :... JOUI and corrupting influence upon submitted with it, you v ill see th" : theframers of the Constitution 33,247 bales. There dues not appear to be ot brisk demand will greater rent the advantages for business.. The subecHber

M'IK, by holding out to the people the lal-) which has been made since: your last from the Genneral) Government the to on the auvanc part of buyers, attributable no doubt, in whole or a part as may suit applicant _
in
f I part, an :? freights M.
( thesales Q.
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notwithstanding
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.:...._ _Lope that the success ot a,certain can, in the arrangement of the various I regulate the great mass of the bus- f of the week amount to 6000 bales,at generally L,& December. -- -IfifK--- _!_A1c no) WlKOFF.174w>

ttbek'rIc 1hll.make navigable their neighbouringr nected with our relations. With one I concerns of the people. have been [ in some instances not more than cts. less, the prices LOOK -

bring commerce to their doors, tion every subject involving any que by experience ; and-that it dast looted, viz: 2000 bales at 11J,600 do. at 12J, SOUi AT .
&ad in can- i do. at iIl,23Oio.at1OI,60Odo.at !
1h1 (ereae the value of their property. It conflicting j jurisdiction, or of peculiar be doubted that the genius of all our and 144 ordinary at 93 per. In.-Levy's 12},price 260 do.current.at 10J, FRESH .TS .,wSIW hMFXCTUAL

"rof"ours combinations) to squander the has been happily disposed of, and I the i prescribes simplicity and economy I I 1 : supply atlnA dnigs 4-c.-, which" will be ? .> .

loI) the 'couatry upon a multitude of tion evidently gains ground among the of the reform which is NESV-YORKcc.t filr cash, or approved credit. teuA it iisiUy iold low.,

Ject.s, ai fatal to just legislation as to that their removal to tbe country eflfected, in the.prescnt. and future ex LaJnlfrom Smyrna and Coiu1ava wple.-B the brig IfooJ that my medicines we tell1Ttndtrl gtG4.lcl ,un&r., Wi "

Ii1 puritJ of our pub!):; men. ., the U. States for their permanent 'r i of the fuuctions'bestowed upon us b? Padang have received, which from arrived our yesterday from Smyrna, we tirfGdorlJ oll ea.stJ bt te rthm&td tAt ptirckmui-,teAm.their tpuJlil ii ao l entirdy s. P
correspondents at the
Jitecn compitable with the ConstituIeaxzot furnishes the only hope of their following papers: Siyrna'papers in French Smyrna, Greek Among the articles received is-Rowns

.., I be devised, which i is free from such perity to a general superintending power andEnglish the, 30th of SepL; the Greek Bee of TUlLE-which ia represented by the propthior Topic 10 be IIJZ..

1t8, we should recollect that that in- With that portion of the peace at home and abroad, audio We Smyrna translate 22d, and the Moniteur, Germau- of the 22d.. .AGU&lArK.Awn : a&J EDT yea ,TB& r&na.: J >>'

S4eQt- It Provides within itself the mode of its ever, living within the State of Georgii laws on a few subjects of general in- SMYRNA,thifollowing Sept. 29.The: report which has been Tallabaasee.October3oth- 1832.E. B.PERKINs....

; and that there i., therefore, no been found impracticable, as yet, to calculated to lestrfct human liber- current for some days, and which: receives continually 11<<.
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for
the auuzuption of doubtful powera satisfactory adjustment.) Such>was my to enforce hutnan.rights, this govern more confirmation, u, that an'accommodation is to be IA.FAYETTE'S TO\VN HIP._Th01"=
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ie,4eidy' Government. If thpl8 which ty to remove all the ground, of : find its strength and i its glory in the made persons betweon believe the speedy Porte termination and Mehemit will AH, and some Lafayette, to dispose i ap ef'h.m. land ted the I aeot F1 rjda of; G

'II cnnted hall be found incompetent i to bring to a determination the discharge of these plain and simple unhappy contest, which has afflicted the finest be.put provinn to this to receive proposals ibr the purchie ofaay porqo y
or ot less
than
its creation, it can,'at any time which they are involved, that I'directed: Believed by its protecting,shield from ces of the empire. Whateyer may be the state of the l land About one 5000 section acrea'in of hi ge eaPs townihl .of.

Ii their enlargatnent ;, and there i i. no ry. liberalproposition's, to ,be made of war, and ube apprehension of op- rebellious s Pacha's finances, and the Grand' SeignoVs the & ii reserved.: from the' south'wes' quthe f ot

.. thty pblic tbg such an application, if founded I ulych accompany the documents \\ the free jnterprise of our citizens, aid rejoice power of to find terminating the terms the addressed war favourably to the Sultan, we should sale will be.fy or onef: rth In.,aal ca e., aj3 Tb the residuei IQJ.: ot-
such
Ii. tereat, will eTer be refused.' Ifartbe r mitted. They cannot but have seen ;in State sovereignties', will work out that they might be accepted.; in annual the instalment DwfaetoriJyaecured, wits in. ,

pert proposed grant be not suf- offers the. evidence of' tjie" strongest and ameliorations, which can- An English sloop of war from Alexandra .had sent of tcrest sale-This on amount of eaeh inaWmeot fr the aa,

,.p l to" cuuunznd the auent of I tion on/the part of the, '.Government, to demonstrate that the great truth, despatches that to Smyrna by a boat, and it was supposed nndTia'rcference township of 1d adJo ; the ti otTallahasaeej -
a of the they related to the nep atiori. The CI\fa-O&1l\&n okicaJiy, be 1th l .
States the }
'best possibi.4a justly ana! them. As themselves ness of climate. ; fertility andculture

the liberaU1.with people can govern is not Ogfoni has received order not to leave their residences : 4pti on cr #J 'to
power should not be w.ume4 I Isfforde4 I oVtmhy .was'offered for their l future in our,example, but that it is done with iheir force* till further directions; whence it was I of auF, nod: to.tl8 imcquafl b.any t-
of
... & t1" for if for their presumed that the terms had been, er township ..J \ t'l'Jolid .
i more t improvement, and.full security in ,Government; so simple and accepted. At least 'ItOBET IF

C4UIth ot the States are unwilling to r &bt.. Whatever difference of as scarcely to be felt- That the hostilities. were.'not' likely. to be resumed before'Spring. .. Tallall1t .9 to .'t1i'I3' ,W.WILUAM&: .
'e'4rnt -- -
its :
fit' cxerci'*M be productive the Ruler of the Universe Irp: The ,Sotru! :8\(.
lAet.! which have prevailed; {respecting juet, may ss direct 1jOT1CE.-WIlt.. .. ij' d to 1b ). I hj ; Rtctrdtr, Gcorgja ; 4t
,will 1 ithid t __ '
far overbalance an;p. these people,.there will probably be rati ns, and overrule our acts,'as to i allahassec on the first Monday January v Egitircr. Virginia I eCotimj r ,,, ; .&;_-
:tbat i Carolinia i
: could be derived from it. All I 'specting.tbe liberality oi&' the i inutrumeutal.in securing a resultrsp negro man, named Jim, ged lhirty'years On cr&7 Ncdrilll Biniir; tho .8mUiizr. e1ici; Maiy $t.JM, .

U1a1 *ere.. .DOLiiI&; eo ttbyo r I very little 'r ,pecting :tha .expediency! ) J nnnki4 is cry most tAroeat and sin: of Bee twelve. 22d 1832.montha.ISlds* O cf FABIAK security wili AKMISTEAD.Wrequired.i 'j'I \i vertiernt for four,TenneU weeks in;wU11Dien.succ a i ; "." ,

f. I t htr cr=una to this oEe forp8fJD r.v -

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I S. j'STreceicdpcr.brigOno '
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1 .tJL TbtV ftl c. atur. .53. Boxes, half boxes and qr.boxes, bunch raisings, I
; \ 1'u08, WPJi1t'S.'ay, :.10 ,'and half .
ULII 2Otb, 'jlst 8nd 4d of Deeember., Kegs kegs. do. F..Il tIJ.p,. ,.I bay, t.u- :.
eISth .
15 Jars and half
: day OF MUSIC. :: fr ir ,
an'exceUentBU, .grapea tW.Y''Tk h.lj
coonC.LCd with invite the 4 Boxes fire I .t;. upp.Jy ,.i juJidtrg:4. '4\.nd
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c4 The: l'r ie'ors tAe: icctUmtY ft degree of confi- --4 l 500 Cocoa nuts filberts palm nuts cigars tc. for Co"",., or tp} .! .r'dii -c.I trit.it"hi "Ht ". .tr'

t J < 1 pub1ic to Tiait their,Mtfl&X the m*,rare gtpntl aM brauI' I.'A 'p.- AU of which is offered cheap for cash.. tp ct 1l..Jl my; ;;.4 dLnu 'J.t' fCarr.nltd didi "

dcnce that it tODu iiiM that has ever Dec., 1831. 16tf.' R. K. WEST. Iz r.'f 'II h. 1t lqW 1/1 u. rir '
uvisa; iL qtl4Jit,u
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:1 tiM ooUection ot theIr 1./a 'ortytt.lIr.vrchjer, .Q. ,
th
, I' exhibited ,. th place p&aa 1 assure n : .. .
been attntiofl shall b pehi to render MORE fEW GOODS. '1\:1:: !'t' lrieles rccej'td Is-Ro1r "t'A-

-visiters that eYcry which s from 11 o'dpck in A SWEEP BTAKE;free for all horses of all ages l I F.-wlllch iof ri-prfstnt..d Iy they pm 1X1)"

the exhibition &greC&b 5O'clock.\ ; Among the collectIon nreB' carryingonc hundred pounds,is open on Saturdaynext AMONG the great variety of goods received in this -- .UF. AXD EnECTUAL BUilD' 7 a 'JlI. '

t the at\euOC\n to jJldinst. ; one'mile heats, entrance_ 8250-to season, :and which are offered low for MADE and sold wholesale AGUE. LB.PE: ,

7 the GRKST HUNTING OR WAR be run for over the Tallahassee'course on Friday the cash, there" will be found, at the new store of the subscriber Frederick county, Md. by nrid'Re-1 'NflahasseeOctor I 30th .tS32.. )0. I.,
t 28th insU Three trances to make a nee. No.3 Exchange-street choice JItt
1. necessary a lot of fancy f f '
concerned in the Paten with Dr Jndkins. AND. A
!: THOMAS BROWN' Cloths and Cassimcrs IA aludblo) tract of TL 1
Secretary. a part of which will land
they
men- The above Ointment is offered to the public as aisLe sale .
E.LEPHANT December 15th 1832. 172w tion. confining 720 acres -j i .u ? *
and certain for those obstinate diseases, to
remedy suit purchasers ; said tract is adWiffSWfr
blue
'j."d,; Ele.bwt TIMOU THE PROCLAMATION Super crape Finished,Uroad Cloths, some of which have so long batHed the skill of medical Monticel, in Jefferson .*W
The do. Velvet do. county, Floridi ,
y.4J been imported
that has ever science. there is about 50 T W Sli.fL.
the acres cleared
'1'AWrAI. younge4 his IS BTWILLIAM Patent finished (West( England) Black do. ,and OCcuP eI
performance .
80 youn 1st White Swellings every description.2d by Dr. Bolt, on the It.
country-althou part near the
this do. fine Olive do tow. '
to Slam which da do. p
elephant and Ulcers .
the Sore Legs long standing.3d to
iC not superior to great P. DUVAL do Cinamon Brown ing purchase will rrase to eXI\"n '
c'lunl northern theatres.t do. ne tb
,
at the Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularly the
bouses apply to
drew lOch crowded OF AFRICA. One of .Governor the, 1 iorida.. Bottle Green, do. which oftentimes undersigned, who wi1l '..ite.ap
t 2. THE ROYAL .l0M blic. of erntory oj Saxony blue do. those hardened tumnal'l in women's breasts gain in the same for cnsh01' on lime rai -
the
: has ever been offered UI p PURSUANCE of the laws of the said terminate in ulcerated eanctra. est on the purchase .
the fineSt that TIGER. territory, Lavender Drab I money. J" not c1i
3. THE SPOTTED OR BRAZILIAN IN, is hereby proclaimed, and made known, that ut A variety ,and Dove colored Cassimtrs, 4th .Felons or what some people know by the 1131)eI short time, n non portion of said Luld !'
of the silk !
finest s Vestingi new
'l'his animal is considered one of the p.Lie1 the election held on Monday the fifth day of November Flag hiindkerchiefs ( patterns.) of Catarrhs, of every description.5th town, will he laid off into lots, '
Pungee Uo. Rheumatic Pains of thejoints. 53111 town and .
sold the
first
1832, following named were elected on day i
persons Whi'.c or
I, ;: "THE NINE BANDED ARM KONG ADILLA.RO 'SfronXt1DHoUtlnd. members of the next legislative council, of said tenita. 4 C o,2en! fine and fashionable fancy cravats linen, shirts 6th Sprain* and Bruised of every description orin -npply tr nE'1"tON.t-E Deit.ii" I

-< FEMALE its session the in the whatever putt situate. 1'"lIah\S3l'c, October 30th tOI'
5.: ?lALE AND the : ryi to commence at capitol, city OrO do Bosoms 132.ThYETTE'STVNSI1PTL.
Those animals are certainly greatest ; the 7th 7th JI'etteMof all kinds. In this complaint. the patient -
of Tollakassce, on Monday day 01 January
Gentlemens' & Merino L
viewing silk half hose
offered to the pubhc-m 1833 from the election returns made to me In applying the Ointment. mast. keep the {tart.
curiosity ever as appears ,
!
Deer do Cotton and do .er having been
the Jpposu the Rabit Angola out of wafer appointed J 2 l
may observe animal.r as required by law. j i Silk and silk Velvet Stocis, latest fashions. Lafayette, to dispose of his landi! inJG*
8th Chilblains affected frost
tbcm1'eti aU existing in the one From the county of Escambia, composing the fin : or parts by
,
In
addition
is considered to the above they offer a to receive proposals for the
splendid assor
ETHlqPIA is fur Barns and pu'rrhasei
OF It also one of the best remedies
HYENA second Districts Benjamin D. $ Thomas Diol- cr.
r C. ThE animal spe.Cles. His- Wright .l1t. mcnt of Ready made Clothin, manufacted in the latest not less than one Section of tf :
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ferocious of the From the of Walton being in the th'rd Scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire oat in a the ', r w
one of the most of this animal, asserts that It will Richard county J. Complun. District style, the work aitd matenals of which they warrant short time. land. About 5000 acres in the LUIQ ,-t r

.oittflS atf f.pt'a\til1'\.11 UIII ... .. ..d'3 on human flesh Fran the counties of Franklin and to be genuine.-Consisting of super blue, black For Inflamed U omen's UreaMs and Glandular tho township, is reserved from salf.: n=

I J. .1 they will visit tuiy crave yards, dig-up' the bodies and idea consume of- ing U the third District,John P. Boot!,Washington. i bo- brown, Cinamon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks, Swellings, it superior to any rredicine yet known to sale will be cash,or one fourth irs Ci\IIb.Md tbe .

.! the flesh;in ft it is impossible to give an From the counties of Jackson and Fa do Pant, &c. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto the medical faculty It is much staler than mercurial in annual instalments, satisfactorily, .
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of the animlt yettc, compos Valenci and Marseilles, all of wmch they will sell of it dues terest on the amount of each ,
the svaeliS0SttIOi OF AFRICA. ing tie fourth and fifth Districts, I'tier IV. Gaul ier Jr. any prepartion of that material,) because mstabntl t rr the.r
.. A FULL GROWN CAMEL BRADLEY and C'l.arlello'IDa d. low for cash. R. B. & J. B. BULL, not lay the patient liable to injury from expose to sale-This township of land adjo .

Supposed to be .the same on w ich.Mr5. short Fran the county of Gadsden, Composing the sixth November 1832. 14tf cold.This Tallahass-e ; and, in reference U>loc ,iiVl, Jt'Jfut
imported a nC'5s'f *
crossed the desert or Arabia It being over with il, District, Joseph M'Bride and Bfjt'jfa jteacha,,,. Ointment has cared sores of many years stand climate, fertility and! adaption or oil to
who came culturp of t
time afterwards. The Arab animal. Fron thc county of LeI i composing part of the WAITED: ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the sugar, and cotton, is uncqnlled lit t5
the same % of land in ID1.
gives an account of its being I seventh District, Thomas J and external gore, in conseque- of the hone becoming rr tfwr-ship the Temt'rYOfFl "
animals too numerous to 'J. Bradford George T. 3SWD( rwu&tt naiB r CDIP adiistrions '
Alsn, a number of .utnor sell:1 Ward' canons or rotten, it will atop the progress m\tio Together with DANDYJAC1 the From the county of Jefferson composing part of the and moral habits. H. B. 4. J. B. increase the quantity ol the discharge remove the offensive T)lhha 'cc. October 9th 1812.IC3 8t

f'q'lcst.3rian wlaofor grace easc& pefC'Ct-balanC'Cst'lnds ,i seventh District, .ibnaltr n Bellamy. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-All persons rmell, and ease the pam.It :: The Southern focornmvn -, Gc"ria ;

unnvallt'd. visit thc Menagerie From tle counties u( Madison and Hamilton, composing having any demands against the estate of Ed"'d. cures the worst Felons or \Vhitl w> on an application Enquirer\'giii\ tie! Qumbill Te!:.fd.-.
Ladies and nentlemcn wisbin; to of tile Gilchrist deceased will them of 48 ho.fH.Rbeumatismlt n.nroliiiia ; the Bcltimort Rtp'iblterr 3. p
the animaS are well secured part seventh District., James Bell. present legally authenti- Mar ltId fI
S. may pprehcnJ no dan.cr. as to visiiin From the cour.ti.js of Alachui and Columbia, composing cated within the time prc3cribed by law, or they will which have stood 90 long a. to becomea XaihtWe Banner, Tennessee, will i insr iie i
be pel1tons .
and every attention will of paid accompal1lcs the eighth District, GaMel Priest. be forever barred of recovery, and all those indebted systematic disorder. requires wedicine to be taken inwardly vertisement 'for four weeks in 'ecs'.lOD anX ,

I tht' exhibition A good band mUSIC I large bills. Prom! the county of Nassau, composing the ninth, will make immediate payment to the subscriber.JAS. to remove them entirely. liut in most common :heir accounts to thw office 1ipnYR1en'.

the Mcn8crie. For particulau see of admittance j I District, James G. Cooper. M. GILCHRIST, Atlm'tor. cases by applying this Ointment externally directed '-'HE sulscribcrs ha\"e

The Proprietors have reduced the prlcc thai aU peon From the :county If Duval, being in the tenth District December 1st 1832 158w it will give relief And even in old people, whi.8 a tare just rtreiY t'mnt N .y k

from fi tV to twcnt.y-fh'e cents. In o cr m\1 seemg John Warn',,. pains! have been of longer standing, U will use the dth andgenera blll black a.'Jso'tIIcntor Te1mblueaJlt
1 of "Ie\\'mg, I.bdt ?, Russian
may embrace this OPP01tUn1ty animal From the comities of St. Johns an-l Mosquito, .being JOSEPH XiADHAfvReceived pain.To rich plum anrl st.eJ mixed g'een, dke llt k

the feats, of a fine collection of together whit aMehjnieal in the r'1. n nth and twelfth Districts, Joseph L. Smith arrivals sea captains and masters of vessels this ointment hint, tr1pel. dlobll! b up rlat1f ;lIIptrir.rbfal': I
tee fro mixed
COSMORAMA, c ,
Also, ft splendid I1t fpUBLIC and JtiifsRiz.Fvom nj ifmiQ most be very valuable in winter on our coast it being .. lc.nt."rPetft opPei- 1 /
15th 1832. I < and iYtile < .t eu: urown. Mind
Dec. iiuiuyM ,
Organ certain in effects Chilblains affected \ greenaBd blU
its
; the Monroe the ihirteeth very on or parts l. i
;: county ,composing pd cassimers la tinetts
,
SAL 01" LAN D & TOO'l District, 110 reurns have been rec i\ed. Tons Swedes Iron, (assorted.) I with frost it likewise preserves its qualities iu all climates black silk 1lorei, 1 ,
the silk vesting do.
mction on Monday 6 Crates Ware fancy water silk do,v.
: Crockery rowed .
p'M.4 do.
otrcrr.d at
In testimony whereof, I have cnsed the seal of do. black silk !
December l2i' tie town of1Qt1cclI', 1UO Cast Iron Ploughs, A large mass of testimony proving the value of this telvcf, plain and fi ---art4 ttnb '
311t. of the Territory of Florida to be hereunto affixL. a-
day 'valuaLieI I vcrtcen, blue hair
Jefferson county, Fillrida, taut 700 arres of tVll1Iibltuated [ S.] cd. Given under my hand at the city of Tltl.I.hasc'e 50 Bbls. Pork (Mess clear and prime,) most excellent medicine will be shewn to those who silk goat ramlef. Leather tap&pattt'l\\ '
-lIb 6G 10 Hhds. BACON suspenders, cloves, beaver,hats
\nin Hll to\\ :. wish farther information on application to Dr Hers- ,vtlnt"OOnibuW1.
land 1yin and a } this fifth day of Dcceinhtr Anno
will he ollercu 1I1trd"lof 50 Bhls. Fresh FLOUR state riiiht. and silk stock, liaiuIaners St silk
I The land ton. one of his authorized fla. b\l\It.
iu sal town. D.iiiini 1332 and of the Independence theUnited any agents.
. I kerchieft '
80 acres each, cud! the terms will he made known on States the fifty-seventh 50 Bbls. WHISKEY, The above medicine sold by special appointment of ready-made coats, paotalocns and tests 1m.

the of so.le. Thho"e land :1nd lots ill lo.P.Ii\ WILLIAM P. DUVAL year., 50 Bbls. N. 1. RUM, the patentee and warranted genuine. en shirts, figured a nd plain bosoms,collars made atler
day the late
from L1\WI'COl'C ilil!. 10 Tierces Cheese fashions. All of w hirh are offered
for safc'to
I1f f\ttnrnr.-y E B I'ERKINS. DRUGGIST.
virtue of a power Governor /Ft orida.
The!7 lilies are It.LAWI&ECIJ. BETTOX, 3 Bales term The subscribers are aLso
al TURBUTT Osnaburghs, provided with, jood
tri<> day of JAMES I WESTCOTT Jr.Secretary .
on workmen
P. HILL.Deccmberl&th 30 Dozen Bottled Cider, Ef. lEi4FE'S and will make up clothing at short notice

J 132. 17t ''s. December cf Florida. Liverpool Salt, in Sacks and in Bulfc ) after the latest fashions. n..B. & J. B. BULL)
Sth
18J2. Ifitf *
mCJlUaCUAtL tZLD2 a Novi mb
WHfES oe various kinds, r 20th 1832. 14t

I' Storage #. Commission Bussz7z css.f NEVSTORE Fresh OLIVE OIL, IS one of thc must efficacious compounds in the )1" I 'Tr

BUTTER CRACKERS, MEOICA for the euro of that class of inveterate STORAGE &C.

IN 4micy.T Lard, Butter, Disease, produced by an impure state of the I KERR & STURGES ba\e spacious and v&

wa.- And an additional sur-ply of blood. and a vitiated habit of body. and usually exhibiting < s at S1. arks for the receptionV

HF1 subscriber iHS. JI.M iem--V d from ullahas ce mmmaua 1 themselves in the forms of Scrofula bait Rheum.Leprosy. Cotton on storage or for shipment, anti they will naie

am': is now opening the conic store formerly o"- Which with his f-mi. e St, Anthony s Fire Fever Sores (even when fair advances on delivery ; when they are athiwtths
n utacrihrrs arr no\\ ermine txj t.1r.e ansi cupicd Ijy Messrs. J. k B. P. Petty, and opjioite Mrs. low r sortment, are offered ex the bones are affected,) White Swelling's(if applied forward and consign the tame to any. cf the fofosi.
for
CUSri
; : ,'mmodious Ware-House, with a Fnt 'nt Cot on i (t-aills; u.ng esiiblished and well Known !ict-1!, tamely COTTOJf, or HIDES. with Dr Jebb's Liniment,) Foul and obstinate Ulcers Ports, viz :toJuiv-OriVsns, Charleston[ B aId1

-: Press f r ihejpir pose of packing cotton nnd skins, and 1"- luRG NDGNFR4U.t1 Magnolia, April 3d 1832. 33 tf. sore legs and eyes scald head in children,scuivy and ?.i ew-York, Providence, Liverpool or Havre.

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in a short time. They are now ready to purchase Jl UmUM'U: ; If.U\ euptions. and"enenal taints, throughout thc body, in fot guarantee on sales and will lie responsible! to lit

t Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton &'A.I> I STAPLE DR Y-& 0 OD.Vliichare '. Leavesthc1lanter.'HotcI every which last case the drops often cure when mercury owners for any loss sustained tIC! Tovaethmiy

4 i red wiih them for shipment to any port bale in thU.the S.'sea in pi-r\1Hows-I la/cbt fashioned} and best c. At.,Monday and will and arrive Friday 3 A. fails They are also the best Spring and Antumiialpbysicto reflect on their part affecting insurance.

Their charge for storage exact Is i 5 if cents thev a become by th' pur-- quality rhincc and oil loured raH ,es,-SUPERKINE .--- -- -.- ____._ville by 12 A. :H.{ -n at.'ihlettge the follow-! purify and cleanse the xysiein from humours 't'u't 21th B32. t 2:1
Inch do not
[ son, they CLOTHS jil'D C"'SSJ r.TTs-rcnd made clothing Alarino in., i and which frequently appear at these seasons of the year.- :)
have a number of first rate v sstls eni i ) .ursuays Mondays, making the trip in a lit- DOLLARS R.E\\ ARD.'Ra
chasers. They shawls and h-indkerrhiofs silk! and! fl\ -do. tle than three They also aid the process of digestion. and by purifying T
more
line
tl for firm to New Orleans, iw Y-ik, FASHIONABLE days-The has been very much 'ay on the 20th August,a negro Jbcj
r g-iffed to freight and will r'i arrv fiCis'ii EO\\2TS, with black ostrich feathers and rich nl>- unproved by the addition of new coaches-and extra the blood prevent the secretion of malignant humoursof r: ,:', Ii GALEN ; about. 18 years( ige,
and Charleston they engage
-_ low vessels in the irad. bons for tnnnnings, utih variety of lither articles too teams of horses .-for seats apply at. the s.ore of C. the lungs. The proprietor confidently relies upon I sienjr! made. light CMmplexion, ]long fif%
those as
-. \ and to no onrge places will as be made any for lightering of Cotton\ tt' ious u> <,numerate.GROCERIES. C. ,Vi i hams-aM! baggage and parcels thc risk of the the vast number of sutprismg cmes elfrcted by 'helle t ::11 f-yes, narrow in the hips, smalll<%*,od,

I them. J. G. & N. HAMi.EN.. owners of the same. R. SHAW, Agent. drops, not unly in Boston and its \icinity but throughout yellow! teeth, from chewing tofoeep:-IwtH
shipped by &C. the Union for the best
: 8tf. 1'\over.1h' 20th 1832. -14t1' proof tt.eir excellence a Ian uive the above reward to rnve hL> lecurtdin

: ,_ _agnnlia._ _Oc'_ _9,_lR32._ _ _ IInsni ill lie grocery iinc, just received trom Orleans unfailing alterative medicine in all the cases above i any jail *o that I get him again ; and rtainaV
t of Florida '
NEWGOODS.J0SEPHIAD13. in addition to his old stock, hams and sides,super Territory District Gadsden Middle }) l'ov. loll I 1 1832.A specified. This article has recently been pronouncedby ci.arjri s if brought home. He will not iwn hiS MUM
fine flour, whitl'lcafIard.GOSHEN County. aPhyeicianof the first pectHbihty. who had wit- or who he belongs to. DAIELGANT.;

: CHEESE AND BUTTER. ILL-AM l n HAURISON, ) nessed i its purprieing eth"c.cy, as entitied! in his opinion have for sale a stiong healthy neCT marijSiytKSof
to take the lead of all the
HVS; ;j ,ai CM-id per. bchiMjncr Dcr.itl Wibstei vi Best quality "f H C.ART'ISTEAD. SIn Equitr. for the above com plaints and indeed popular it articles i is fu>t gaining known nm: age Im, who IU"ss.served a regular a&)prinurealijpattlieian-P.G

""ne-rt'k, a new and complete supply fine smoked Scotch hcirinjrsk, pippin irish :1 ,' this in ;
I very apple, 'l'If : day came the parties by their and !, point public estimation throu houtthe country December 1st 1332. 15 liardv attorneys,
Cfutffies English auJ domestic Urw-GoVj, :se, I tocs, old coginac bi-ndy do. Holland JarraicT l Price
jtotr
I gij, .. the coniplunint, by hIs :utorni> and leave $1 a bottle u6 bottles or $ 5) -
of
t : 4c. 4e., which with fcis former stock will be told chtap spirits; neet as imported, old apple hrnn J Monon 'ihela UK, court ann.n
for cash. vrhi.ckey 7 years old. Which together with a \:.-- d< f fendant John f*. A."mi.ste.ni.: : And: that ARD.- .. na\vayfrom the$ab oIvr >
Cash Jnd the highest mal kf'f price paid fo' Cotton. ricty of other articles constitute n complete csntmcm Annisteaii is his fldnuits.raior. ; and it Marcus A. Of long standing. and of the most obstinate character, livingK little bear-creek mills in Jack*
gnolia December 8th 1832. 16t1'et and is well calr-ilated:: to suit the inhabitnnts ; apofanng that has been immediately relieved and often permanently aBoot
of
the latter dies sometime
C.ulr.cy re'il <
-I. JIo't in his it is I?on county, e?t Florida .
erritory therc- cured in
a variety of that have *
cases occurred
in
TEACHER \MTKD.: .-'Ih2 trustees of tlx; and vicinity.. fcre ordered, that unl.ss the Sdid def mdant the and Boston 'he first o'f,April last, a negro man Mffl1Caio.

I Jefrp.rslh.county academy, desire to obtain a tr-v The highest prices will be given for co"-ov, SICAR, complainants bill, on nr bt'for the twenty-fifth answor day ot Dr.vicinity Rflle's by Veetable using for a short time.and .c about 23 years, of a.c, near sifet I"M

I chr.r well qualiled to take charge of this iflStitUtisfl.I HIDES, SKINS, FURS, ANDALL OTHF.R COUNTTT : RCIi'm. March tuxi, tin same will be taken for confessed and both ol' which Specific anti-B l7 ua Pi 111. II, well mj-de; dark compieiifin lias thick
are to betaken
I T .c p"upects of the institution offer advtntapes to the JAMES C.ECCLEC.December the matters tliftie f di-cie-rc! nrcoruingly, and it is tur- 'lain and piactiral directions t08ether. according to fa.uable .' t toI, o\: Jown when spoken to, was raised in South

talented and experienced teacher, equal,if not superiort 1st 1832. 3tf. ther ordered, thut tii's ohlrr( 'lit' jaiblisned onr e a week Specihc.( Price 5>.' cents each. accompanying the Ci-o irran converse as well as most negroes,ml

;: .1.1.: HI thc'territery. Monticello has proved to be for four months in so"- .in'S'w' Ii 1 in this None off w.. -w-me cotton bom ..spl1n dothinji,be.is wpP''' '
rr KUR w5TUUGES
have received and newspaper ire unless
Tery healthy! -theiople are able and willing to edit- }Zh their lately < hand
ve on at stores atTallahiisst-e and equity. wrapper. by sole proprietor T. KIDDER.
cate, and a swhool established here, might -well 'xpectthe Novcmbcr 20th 1832. \e reward of 100 will be for inftrmatO5L'.
'
of the St. AJ arks, the follow in*, articles merchandise, viz: I 't4ip.Cl immediate successor) the late Dr. \V T C,HWAT,- paid
neighbouring coun
it
j airunageand support For ale (his IY white: person concealing', so that Stf]
I ties. All the science usually taught i in the best organized 12!: Pieces Coils Bale Cotton Bagging, IX weeks after dateapplir-itif ill be made to the street. at Concert Counting Room, over No. 99, Court their conviction, or t twenty-five dollars for the apf6

t f schools and academies, will be taught here. Ap- LO Rope, k3 u. Judge of the o.uniy coun of Gadsdrn county cial neir Hall. Boston, and also! by his "pe- ension and! delivery of said nvgrotothesulseribea*
200 Ibs. Bailing Twine, appointment, by C.:: B PERKINS N
plifjui'sns! : pnseni unimpeachable crccjentinls! of for letter of adminislrrtion on ne estate of Ray- ( 1)) JO'EPlf H.HOWELL.Deccmt
lhs.Bacoii Sides
8000 and Hams
character and qualifications and none need apply with ford Hare deceased. POLLY HARK adm'trlx. Drug g-isI. cr 8th 1332. 16tr-
30( brls. Mtss and Prime Pork Tallahassee.
Feb.
lit out. November 20< :h 1832. I46wTHE 17. 1 1H31. 2lJtf. -4Cr -
Communications he addressed to either of the 50 Kegs Leaf Lard, T'U; E ULNS.-CAAlPBiXL; : & GAZE of

.. may t\.BHAIL\\1 BELLAMY.DA 30 brls. Moiiongalu-la and common Whiskey, RACES.-Over the Marianna C.un>e will DW 3li Rli 1mfB& 11 Louisville Georgia are engaged, at their w lI

.. ( MEL Hln I 5 l;rls.! Bnhill.ore Gin, ,:m on cdnrsday the 23d day! f'f January TO TIILA.VTU\J.\riC AND CONSUMPTIVErw Itfwn blishl"ent at the above plACe in the mamto

** ". TH-UrAS HARVEY Jamaica und New-Orleans Rum, next, and continue (our days-first day, h. Jocluy- t HE m) i prevalent and fatal of all Diseases inci- t u'lure of cotton gins, ot.a very superior q lity.l&i'i

WILLIAM H.'lATl ERSJrj 10 brls. Mol.isscs.I Club purse ol t &250-3 mile heats cntr20..-2d d";ni 10 civ ilized buciety-the Cunsumuib> their intention to keep a constant supply,at Ta

H L. K. HOLT. 20 brls. Superfine Flour, day unll.ince of the Jockey-Club j'urso $ .7'J-mile generally ,>e lucent. the least of lihwcdera> -may : &,ee and Quincy, Florida, and to meet ajl o '
Alarming
,
t' Monticello, Florida 8th December IBM. 16tf.AnHtSl'EKB 40 bils. Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 3, heats, b.st 3 in 5 ; entrance $15.--3d u.i:: -:,e entrance a slight but neglectfed cold. By estimation it their) line with proJllptness.-Gins of their moauacure -

Agrerabie adeecJof trust i 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and \llum Salt, money i"T the 1st, 2d, :.nd 3d days races, mil- that one hundreJ anal fifty thousand appears annually ", are warranted to work well with good '8f*'""
tft penonsdie
SALE.- '
jf \Vhich together with r1 genera' assortment of Groceries heats, entrance $10.-4th th wettJV"
,1 diy a sweepstake, 2 year of the consumption. Most of They take this opportunity to StoiC
in fnrur'Ctf these
Richard I dreadfil
Lloyd results
,
Mexecutsd to me by Dry Goods,He rdware,Crockery ,Castings old colts-race may be expecied.-Entrance, $50. may be attributed to other .stablishment ofthe kind in LouisvilU siitt
W. D. Harmon, I shail expose to public sale, for rash, : Iron assorted, Cast, Germrn, r.nd Blistered!; Stecle,-- NovemW 20th 1832. I4tf treatment? of the hsrrassing common cold, aud a segligent all pins made at that place are of their manthct
the hotrs-'door i in the town of Cluincy, Gads cough that genera ensues
at court they offer to their custoir.ers and thj public nt lair y IS 1832.'uttm
member 13th
den county, on Saturday the 29th day of December, prices. august 28th 1832. 2tf SIX we >ks after dae the und rsigned will applY for -whIch IS usually followe J by difficult breathing. pain

..! the following neg-roes "ir: Jack Arch, Dave, J b, Ar- of administration on ihe estate of Charles in the side. and at last Ulcerated Lungs. Violent and. SALE OR R I\T.-"Ihe tract, of \1aDd-

ter, Dilly, Katy anc her two children, and Mariah ort : H ENRY BOND-Offcrs for sale'COTTONGINS T. Phclps, late of Franklin county. repeated Asthmatic attack.. also bring on Consumptive FOR the subscriber 'resides,.cOfltifliD: P

,.f' eo many of siuj negroes as will satisfy the amount' i made by Mr. John Sehly, o.* Louisvil'e! JAMESD.BULLOCH. iymptoms. One or two dollars expended in the purchase cres. Tw o hundred and sixty-fire dC4'under

t twenty-cue hundred dollars with interest and cost I I (fa., from 35 to 50 saws-Also, 2 Alexander's Florida \_Appalach.cola, November 20th 1832. 146w of good fences. Their are eight aeaO'I

H. WILDER trustee. ; the above Gins will be sold on reasonable termsat R. RELFE'S ASTHMATIC PILLS cane ; 15 hundred bushels of corn, and & !.

I : Quincy, Decftnberflth 1832. -. 16tds 6 months for good security. f JL tf I HE Token and Souvenir for 1333 containing 20 and little attention to their administration fodder. A small stock of cattle,and bo&J1* 'b
----- splendid steel timely will
r N. HA ILIN; Cotton Bagging, Scotch and Kentucky, engravinjs-also, the Pearl for .833 be sold with the land. The term for the fcao w
j. G. & usually ensure mitigation of
Westward these disorder
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Ho and
,
by The -
Paulding Heedinnianr generally
I Bale and Tine "P"f
by
Ky. Rope *
,
liberal. purch*
to
I [AVEuit received from New-Orleans. and ofrr Sugar Boilers of small sizes. Cooper, and a variety of sclwol-books, miscellaneousworks effect a euro* i be Pills are alto an easy and ef cvii very and examine Pejrsons the wishing WhiCh -ecuJlD ,
,
j sale. v I 400 Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt and stationary,just received at this office. fectual remedy !Ir the symptoms proceeding accompanying present crop Aid IS
in Florida the is r
situation pleuant
Nov. the Asthma, and .
old 20th 1812. For Coldse
I 50 Bbls. whiskey, I 50 Do. Coarse Alum, 14tf.YILLIAIU'VILSON.. Consatnption. in Florida. PETEIt C.
100 Fine Kentucky bagging, Coughs difficulty of Bieathing. tightness and strictur. any ttr
:
i Flour, Bacon, Lard, &e. TallahasseeOctobef2d( 18&i .
s 100'Coils bale rooo, JOTICE.--All persons are cautioned against trading across the chest. Wheezing pain in the "-ide. Spitting mu
50 BbK-new fl, 1Ir, / Tallahassee, sept. 18, 1832. 5tf. J.' for a note, yiven by Theodore Flotard and my- of blood, '<&c. Few cases can occur of of this I ICP The editor of the Cotmnlfc'r.L-- : tO.

SALE. self to H. P. Brandin &co., for eight hundred dollars '.lawi of disorder which tha &ny. please give the above six insertions, and,**!? L.
10Hhd. Bacon, -By virtue of a writ of purchaser Dr. Relfe sPills .1..*, .
r MARSHAL'S on wbich there has been paid four hundred and find rich aceou nt,to.this office.
SO Sacks coffee, s issued from the clerks office fifiy will not a return for their 'trifling expend-

I 50 Bbls. Rum, of the Superior Court for the county of Leon, end to dollars, as I hold their note for one thousand dollars, iture. I ATTENTION.-Tbe r

toO Sa-ksSalt, me directed, I shall expose to sale tp the highest bidder and shall insist upon by. right to offset against their de Price, -whole boxes 30 Pilbi. 1 dollar. half,. boxes. V V fers for sale her ,bouseQumcy and,loUi1 rot .

I. If Boxes tobacco for cash, in front of the court house, in the city of mand.November JOS. ELZARDI. 12- Pills 50)' cents. Gadsden county. It is an ex eell' '

30 Kegs do. Tallahassee, in the county of Leon, on the arst Saturday 20th 1838. 14tfTT a.J- To'tae Ladies4\ business| &has been !longTuad 4dran ,
November 6th 1833. Ifef in pext. Lot No. 8 of fractional ction house rof' entertainment,' ""
_Magnolina, January \' lENCE P. HILL, offers for saJe'! t TallahasJLJ I as a public A--W -J.
-wm be sold th I No. 7, township 2, range 1, north and west containing see and St. Marks. White and wound Teeth, are both an ornament and a section of first rate land having 70.80TjJ
SALE. to highest
.5 ? ]%AlSHAL'S die inS I 30 acres more or less in the county of Leon, levied on jb 131j1.. apple brandy blessing.' The bestttcurity for their advantage i is to b9 tivation, immediately adjoining the.itow&frrT.crop .
house
of ,
in front court
,JLTjft.bidder for cash, found iu the of the id ,
VV. Levinus use tV
I as the property of John to satisfy an execution 15 of corn and fodder and ,?, -
the town of Quincy, on the first Saturday in January in favour of Robert Butler,vs: John W. Levi- 15" N.E. whiskey rum \\ ., BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTIFRICE. cattle, with household 4.IdtCh U Anitar. ;'J
112 114 115; and ,
,jext-4otaNo.ltlO9,11OllI; Sale to take place within the hours prescribed by John, K. Campbell Er.i
nus 10" C.gin This Tooth apply to T'J''B t
of HEZE513UA3 elegant
the Powder with little(
: 119.in the town of Cluincy property a very use
law. JAMES HUGHES D. M. for : .the lubscriber on.t.he premiscs,, :1 ,
10 '
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WILDER the west half of section 26, T. 3 J prime pork, predicate the scurvy in the gums, and prevent-* the ac- ,
T. E. RANDOLPH Marshal. October 9thj'83
Tallahassee, %, .
'
|.0 No. mackerel -
tontaing 270 acres lot, No., section 3, township cumulation of --Tarter which, not only blackens but) '
I range section December 1st 1938. IStds. 10 half No.2' do;'. loosens the mrOTJ-tE. '*?&S|
., I range Tjantaiiung 80 ares-.4otNo. 2, v teeth and.accelerates their decay. The -The subscriben J-ri8gb \

,. ; 4 IS. township I, range 7, containing 80 .acres,-lot No. Territory: of FloridaMiddle No... 13th IS3i. 31'" superfine floury .',,:. Dentrifice thus removes tha prevailing ,causes of offensive 111 by t.heIU1iJl and,lestaayfl. -- ,..pCSS,., .ttJ

t 4 7,tectioB. 13, township 2,range 7, containing 80 acres, District Gadsden Cefcty. 1 5 qr. casks'sweet. .wine.J* : breath. preserves the-healthiqe ?.and floridness ,of deceased h. -, lati "of: Gadaden county .HftIOrl-I'"., "f..IIM

lot No..4, section 13, township 9"range 7, containing ADAM HUNTER, 35 boxes" cheese, : ',: f' 1' tbt? gvms. and 'readers the teeth beautifully white.. est !--*,,gie'notke to all'p rsoni has !m

80 acres,-lot'No. 3, section 13, townhip 2, range 7, In 22 x .soap, ., .' '. : Price 50 cents.';. ,d estate, to present them legally a&5tD.

.. contatung 150. acres. The above described land is LOCKWOO'D SHELTON,]} Equity. \ 7.U claret wines r ., CT Nona are genuine unless signed ,on the outside an the,time,prescribed j J' ""o ,.tabe1,1f.be: .

: of the basis parralell, and west of the meridian WILLIAM ELLIS., 3 Santera, .*' ,, printed wrapper, bjthe4ole proprietor. ;T.,KIpDEK. I forever,:thow injr. .15 '! "
: ': forth the county of Gadsdeiu And the following named motion of the complainant by his attorney, and -10 Firkins Ghos n butter, ;* mmtdiate.uc rtothelate Dr. W. T. CORWU.- toi j.l iniinaitepavm iit.' Tpb I
si ON !
: wit-Eliaha,IsaacDayTom, Dave, appearing to the court that the defendants do 30 pieces cotton bagging, For a1e'it his Coaming Room, over-No, 99.'Couc JOHN ciLovE; -
BeTOslavesto roaBESt1-
: I end Allen;' as the property of James A. Woolen, tot not reside" in this Territory, it is ordered,that unless 20 kegs lard, Street near Concert Hall Boston, and also'by hiopr*- I '4 l WILLIAM efl' .
7I
i *, an execution issued from'the clerks (bfficf of the the said defendants answer the complainants billon or 50'sacks fine salt, cial appointment, by t\\ PERKINS; "(No 2) I iuin y, t ml: !

( eatisfy: Court for the ebiuity of Gadsden, in raYO r of before'the twenty-Jfifth day of March 'next, the same '121 boxes brown sherry wine, { ,Duggs1.'Ialhahauee I : :jrICg"'Havint W :a ,"

j 4 .. Superior WJuliam Williams against WilHam Brooks James A. will be:taken (or'eonf"md;'and''the:matters' thereof 26 baps Rio coffee-landing from shcr Washington, ,. February'24tb 1831. ,27vt.It : t't1.. 'fOWtlJ, 'btn Off a .
Sale take place decreed and it is 'further ordered that a from New-York, and sold on accommodating terms.Noxember.6th "
I Hezekiah Wldp.r. to : i accordingly, ,:
t.Woolen;; and .. .183.?. l4w >Ir. > ..in ,that. canaC1tlte"d -
ithin lie"hours prescribed by law.r. : copy o( this' order,.bcf published in some authorized --' _" JOHN-B. TAYLORliornurhfa "I'' .., )0 iF
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.. .- .' < JAMES HUGHES, 1:). M. for- newspaperof this district once a week for four nonj.hz.a. .OB'\PRINTING- J with neat. friends and the Public, that lib health' 'i! .I !i.erem* 'an* > 1-rotiriess left .w* "Jft JV '
C. LESTER Clerk aDd IDU&Cr in cquity.Zccmbex .ute { /_.._
; far .
T.E.RADOOTJ&urBhaL reatred enable him &
.. ,; >". AS to to resume his profession: will iet.wfl& pt *&'

: Peeeober 1st 1839. U II&h 183L tI seas mud despatch' aitt'O. 1'F -:i :Al r -h_ lular.g 1 ? -; .u} 4' 1. U 1 *.. :1:"_ :..-.. .t 1tr \
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