The Floridian
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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 29, 1832
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TOUT will be discontinued unless at the option of b. 1 : for greater caution adds,* "thai the judges in net .
i No papa "LAISSEZ JlMRE." ry state shall be:bound thereby any Uutig in. the J.
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.I_ mernt could ext ,without a amUac*provisioD.
continuance. -
All ad- .
each subsequent
cents for '- Look for the '
moment ITS
jAr a co&seqpebces.
will i be continued until forbid,unless other OT1CE.-The subscriber hire on the l&t day LATEST FASHIONS. KH1AKEN N up by Exuti1)akja dun, Carolina considers the revenue
.scmcBts i of January next in the town of Tallahassee 30 bmuncoeqtitutjofe?
JL coloured Stear with iome :
ordered. or 40 to the highest bidder al, and has a right .to prevent thfir execution ia> .>
fiie negroes B. H. WOpLUrst.* OoMERCJIAiT IE. : 00 his right -8: marked #'
on all letters and communications to.theEditor Dec red 1832. 18t.t .OEO: L. FANTLEROY. .. with a split and underbUin the Uft theportofCha wthre.dbftc3cr wtf
'J.A.ILORS.WOULD and underbit in the stitutional objection to their collection iD'eYe"other *
will receive SALE.-Forty likely which ear, right-four
paid not atten-
be or they negroes among .
must FOR '
I old valued port, and no revenue could be collected
twenty working hands.-A pre erenQe will be respeetftlly inform thr.cMzcnsftf; Talla years : at eight dollars. anywhere
liorj .__ (I\'f'n to those who wish to purchase entire families. and the public generally,that they have CHARLES C.HA ) ; for all imposts must be equal Il is no afiswer r
Enquire at this officr. Dee. 22 1832. 183w just received from New-York, the latest 'WILEY SCARBER', }4paiser.OiCARBER to repeat that an unconstitutional law is no \
j VE are authorized to announcer : law, so long as the question of its legality is to be
Jf" TT71OR SALE.-A four horse wagon and five complete LONDON FASHIONS, Tcrritorft of Florida Lit*csj&ty..,-, 4 Ditlriet. decided by the state itadf; for everyla operating
JOSEPH \f. WHITE, a candidate to represent JL1 sets of hornets all in low for cash.- sworn before -. I
good repair, Appraiser me,
in the t3d Con re.. Enquire at this office. Dec.,22d 1832. together with a general Assortment of fashionable goodsin injuriously uponany I local.interest yrilLbe,.perhaps .
f'oaicU their line consisting f superfine,black,blue, brown, JOHN HAVIS, thought, and'certJmIy represented, as'' unconstitutional ,
:, 'f IpU.Fill>TKRS.-A good'orkJL A DJIINISTRA TOR'S NO-TICE.-All persons invissible giecn, bottle green, and steel milt cloths,superfine A Justice of ifa Peace for the county P' and, as,has been shown, there is no ap en1. .
true from the
liberalVs ,
man will obtain A: having claims against the estate of George Hum- black, light dro, fancy cauimers dark, blue Attest copy original, If this doctrine had been established an earlier
p by appl'ing at this office by tke first and brown camlet A landsome of and [ ] D. M'R AENY,C.L. C.C.
ot' phries dec'd., late of Leon county, are required to present variery fancy Decemhr.l5th. IS12. 17 January next.WMrs. black sill velvet fcc.'. with .
them authenticated plain ves -together
duly within the time prescribed ngs -.. \ infancy. The exciseIatv in Pennsylvania,the em
CARftTER, gives .lessor on by law, or they will be forever barred and all per- a general assortment ready-made clothing,made up WPROCLAMATJO1 bargo and non-intercourse law in the Easter
in the fashionable durable ofgentlemen's
endebted said most style, consisting
sons are to make
Forte irra requested payment -
Piano room adjoining States the in all deemed
frock and drss carriage tax Virginia,were
coats coat-tees pantaloonsand
.Ball's school To sixteen young ,
she would devote the Tallahassee, December 22d1832. I8w1i vests, of almost e same care cotton shirts fl1\nnelslin.s&draws, fine camlet cloaks PRESIDENT OF THE EXITED STATES operation than any of thelawsnowcorr.plaincdofr
now under her instnac- ;
,I.%LUUOfl as to her Oc.tober daughter 9th, 1833. StfUKE "OT1CE.-Six weeks after date, I shall apply to and wrappers, &c. Likewise a variety of fashionable WHEREAS a Convention asaeniWei in the but fortunately, none of those states discoveredthat ;
'on! Te.1lahusee. 1 the honourable the Judge of the county court of fancy articles of OTtk'mens dress, such as fancy trim- State of South CaroJina have passe&ao Ordinance they had the,right now claimed by South Carolina ,
NOTICE.Those indebted to the subaovJ Franklin couty, for leitew of administration on the es- med and plain STOCKS,black Italia silk CRAVATS by which they declare ," That the Ki4 aet and The war ,i into..wh4 h vnrwcn'.rce J, ta ;
W J'l1oISOCl.nd!' Ma.u? ? ued in November We of Colin M'Rac decU' BARBARA M'RAE.1$1ahicola &fancy white figured,&ppnrue HANDKERCHIEFS, parts of acts of the Congress of the:Uniteil States, support the dignity of the nation and the rights as-
make immediate December 22d 1B32. 186w shirt shirt besoms white '
fine lintn collars and studs &
to payment. ,
fiSt are qwstd TOM PETER CHAIRES. black, horse skin ahd'bock gloves, suspenders cravat purporting to be laws for the imposing of duties our citizens, mijrht have ended in defeat and dv.
Deut'Aber 1st 1832. 153wTUTLCE.SiX A HOUS! AND LOT FOR SALE.AT stiffines..e. and irnposts.on the importation ol foreign ( rimn-grace,instead of \Tetory and honour, if the States,

.F31Wutsee weeks* after date application will be PUBLIC AUCTION.R. A case of fine gentlemen'sBEAVER ditieSj' ml now having actual operation and tflTe.ct who supposed it a ruinous and unconstitutional

the Honourable, the court for thecounty J.ll.fCKLEYUltw'ter.. within the United States, and more especnlly"two measure, had thought they possessed the right o5 _
I made of to Gndsden, for .letters of county administration on I "Will offer for sale at public auction, OD the 1st of HATS, acts, for the same purpose, passed on ihe29th' nullifying the act oy which. it was declared, and

the estAte of J obll P.Neat, tJecessrtd, late of said co. housE January and lot next at 11 u'clock on Mr.the Charles premises Austin.rrerni the with an assortment of fashionable cloth and fur of May 1328, and on the 14th of July, 1832, '' ate denying supplies for its prosecution. Hardly and

'Iet..lst 1832. ISCtr R. C. LESTF.R c. c. made known lately at occupied the sale.by R. HAYWARD. CAPS.The unauthorized by the Constitution of the U. Sates, unequally as those measures bore upon several

COTTON BAGGING and''Bale Dewmber 22d 1332. 182w and violate the true meaning and intent thereof members of the Union, to the Legislatures of none
subscribers guarantee to furnsh those who may and are null and void, and no law," nor b ding did this efficient and peaceable remedy, as it is called ,
%jRoe-Jus1 received and for sale by R 10V AL.-The undersigned has removed his please to favour them with their custm, with any article on the citizens of that State or its officers ; aid by suggest itself. The discovery of this important

EDW'D. EIXAS Office to the opposite side Monroe-street.. in their line, made up in the mot faithful manner the said Ordinance it is further declared, to hi Unlawful feature in our constitution was reserved to the present
M aryli! !,anc.yjdSg 51 tf. His next court will be held on the 3d'day of Jantia and onthc most reasonable terms, aid hope that by for any of the constituted authorities the day. To the statesmen of South Carolina

,:IT\ TED.ix able bodieJ negro men, for in ry nejt, ana month regularly of'which thereafter all the interested first Monday will will their merit assiduity and receive and strict a generous attention share tc business patronage, they- State, or of the Uniied States, to enforce th pay- belongs the invention,and upon the citizens. that

"- V which the best of wagcswilbo J.G.&N.HAMLIX civen-apply, take evfry cLe notice. THOS. M.persons BRADFORD J. P all orders thankfully received and executed at the shor- ment of the duties imposed by the said acts vithin State will, unfortunately fall, the evils of reducing.it

6th 1832. iatfkR. Decmbcr 22d 1832. 181 wC17Y i ust notice November 13th 1832. 136m the said State, and that it is the duty of tIc Legislature to practice.
}\a.1\olinI\oTf'11bcr ,i to pass such laws as may be necesary to If the doctrine of a State veto upon the laws of

COLEMAN respectfully! of- ELECTION. election for Intendaut and .Just ReceivedP give full effect to the said Ordinance : the union carries with it internal evidence of its un-
t councilmen for the city or Tallahassee, for And, Whereas, by the said Ordinance ills fur- practicable! absurdityour con&titutionarhistory will
his professional services to the Citizens of ,
fen the will be held the market-house in
...A .ndlhcf'nuntrv"GEORGE creuing year, at schooner MILO,from Baltimore,and for Bale. ther ordained, that in no case of law or equty, decided also! atfofd abundant proof that would have been
: bushels of CORN
I in the courts of said State with had it been
the siiKirintcndance of Daniel M'Raeny, Chs.rlcsAus- wherein hall he repudiated indiguation, propose
1100 BblsS. fine Howard Street FLOUR
s. HAWKINS, tin, mil William Hilliard 'inspectors.L. 15 do MACKEREL drawn in question the validity of the said Ordi- to Ibrm a feature in our government.

1 TTOtNEY counsellor at LAWMariannaVestFIinda. A. THOMPSON, Inier-dant. 40 do HERRINGS, (Susmieharu, ) nance, or of the acts of the Legislature that may Iu our colonial state, although dependant on a
\ January Gtb.I 1811. 20 Deetmber 22d 1832. 18tf 50 SACKS SALT, be passed to give it effect, or of the said !laws of nother*power, we very early considered ourselvesas

BANK OC0 Lb w ACON HAMS (superior,) the United States, no appeal shall be allowed! to connected by common interest with each other.
FLOllIDA.-The stock-
.Qagar Mill.J CENTRAL this institution are hereby notified thatan Any persoi wishing to purchase the corn, can han the Supreme Court of tile United Srates, nor shall Leagues were formed for common defence,and before

G. t( N.HA .1 LEN hue jUt reeh-oo a small clcftion for nine directors will take place on Monday crc'lit uutil l the first of January by giving a bond with I any copy of the record be permitted or allowed far the declaration of Independence, we were

PerpenJicolar! Sugar Mill, which they offer for the 7tl day of January next, it the Bankinir House in .security ._._ 'fIM01'HY'\1'CAItTY. that purpose ; and that any person attempting to known in our aggregate_character as THE lUTES
tile OD i credit aatil March uext. Tdllabssee. L. A.THOMPSON, Cashier. ---- take such appeal snail bt puni>hed as for. a contempt : COLONIES OF"lE&IC.That decisive and important
JBylO,183i] I 47 tf Denmbcr 22d 1332. 18t1J'FlCE.Will SELLING OFF LOW of court. step was taken jointlv. We declared ourselvta

--- -- FOR CASH. I And, f.nallthe said Ordinance declares that a nation by a joint, not by several acts; and whet
FOR SALE be sold to the highest bidder, in i
subscriber, at his new store, enxncr of Jeffer the people of South Carolina will maintain the the terms of our confederation were reduced tot
1 Tallahassee the first in
on Monday January, a.
/i Bbls Whiskey, THE i said Ordinance at hazard t form it in that of solemn league of severaj
and reels, offers fur sale to the public every* ; and that they was a
named Jim credit
nan, aged thirty rn a
fill Ere S. [ Flour years
3& of iwd\e months.-Good security will b required. in general, handsome assortment of the following i will consider the passage of any act by Congress States, hy which they agreed that they would,collectively

:. 25 200 Baz"Corn.Justreccivol eofTcc. JI C. 2M 1832. IStdi. FABIAN ARMI1'EAD.S named articles at the most reduced prices for cash,Viz: abolishing or closing tue ports of the said State, or ; form one nation for the puipose of cone

I frwn New:rlcnrs. otherwise obstructing the free ingress or egress of ducting some certain domestic concerns, and all foreign :
E. SEIXAS. I lXweeks after application vill be made to the DRY-GOODS. vessels to and from the sail ports, or any other act relations. In the instrument forming that

: Ma?>)'I1.. -29, 41 tf tv, for'fm.letters Judge of of administration the county couri on the of Gndsdon estate of coun-Ruy- ilks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black of the Federal Governmeit to coerce the State, Union, is found an article which declares! that"every .

' '- ------- ford liire deceased. POLLY HARE, adni'Tix Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, shut up her ports, destrov, or harrass her c .m- state shall abide by the determinations ("Ii-
house and
I F'JR also will be sold low for cash No\eraber 20th 1S32. 146w Figured Silks variety, Irish Poplin, Silk V tin;!, I merce, or to enforce the sail acts otherwise than Congress on all questions which by that conicdera?
III ; ort Cotton do.Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calico, SuperiorBlack i through the civil tribunals of the country, as in- tioa should l he submitted to them." 1
; _''I'_'_ _tam1aIl I.'I'rwrd. and credit kwncss a -gig apply and at harness this office.and a SIX weeks afterdate the und.-rsigned wil appiy for Lasting, Bobinct and thread Laces,I rish LInens, cODsi tent with the longer wntmuance ol .fvujtli Under tie! confederation, then, no ftatc could .

I "l ll:1': >ce,'December 15th; 1832. I7lf of administration on the estate of Charles I Sea Island Cotton Shirting, Plain nnd figured Jivconectt Carolina in the Union ; and that the people of the lewally annul a dociMon of the Congress, or refv T. Phdps, late of Franklin County. Swiss and Book Muslins,shawls, worked capes I will submit its execution but
r said State thenceforth luul 1 themselves absolved to to ; no provision was \.
AST X',TIC E.-All those indebted to the late JAMES D. TLLOCH. and dresses,handkerchiefs, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeens from all further obligation to maintain made to enlorce these decisions. Congress made .
-. L 4m oi Fiylor and Klein, either by note or aceojY App l chicola,_November 20th 1632. 146w Brown Holland, French Brown Linen, Furniture or preserve but with. 'i"lu .
their political connexion with the people of the requisitions, they were complied '
; ,Till makii payment'nf the same, by the first (f Dimity, fine Cloths, Cassamcrs and Ca!sin tt1' ; '
I -All f>onxns arc cautioned u nirtbt trad' white und Red cloths Scotch and Rus- other states, and will forthwith procet'lioorjranizeasepirate Government could not operate on individuals.-?*
Jftiairy:&II no tourer indulgence trill be eircn) to WOI'ICEL I Flannel Negro ,
, J.W.KLEIX.J7. note, ivcn by Theodore Flouird. and myself sia heetine, Osnnburss, &c.&c.UARDWARFL. Government, and do ail ot.'er acts aud They had no Judiciary, no means of collecting ravellllC. .
0 .rllein is fully authorised to sr-ttle all business toll. P. Brandin'&co., for eight hundred dollars : things wlrch sovereign and indepcndut States may .
ef wJd firm. St. Maiks De!. 15th 1832. 11tfI 1 on which there has l been paid four hundred and fifty of right do : But the defects of the confederation need not be s.
dollar, as I hold their note for one thousand dollars, And Whereas, the said Ordinance detailed. Under its operation, we could scarcely
Describes to
I LOFOll CASH. 50 first and shall insist by right to offset against their de A and of Hardware
pieces upon large extensive assortment consisting
FJRSALE the people of South Carolina a course of conduct, he called a nation. We had neither prosperity .
: cotton bagging, mand. JOS.ELZARI)1. of Knives and Forkes, Pen Knives, Spoons
) COils bale rope. Just received by slopCybel.Det.i3& November 20th 1832. Mtf I I I'IKSWS, Razors, Locks Augers,Chisel,&;, togethc in direct violation of their duty as ciizens of the! Inline nor consideration abroad. This state c$ '
;! IS:!. lit J. \'i. KLEIN. 1I I 1 with( a complete assortmcutof carpenters PLANES.BOOTS& United States, contrary to tf.e'laws ol their country things could i.ot be endured, and our present hap ;
, PIANO :FORTE, for Sale.-A subversive of its constitution, ant having l t\l\ r pv constitution was t formed ; but formed in vain,
. ll OTlCE.-i ix weeks after date I H ill apply to the Instrument in excellent order if offeredfor SHOES its object the detraction of the Union-that Union i ilr this t fatal doctrine prevails.! It was formed tbc
honourable the county Court of Gadsden county, low E. SEIX.\ which coeval with that announced in the >.
fir ktrs of administration on the estate of Thomas -Apply to assortment of Bulti- our political existence, led our important objects are preamble f.
- Dtplly dtc'J. SAMUEL M'MURTREY. Magnolia, an{. 14 1832 52 tf. large lathers: without any other ties to unitt them than made in the name end by the authority of
. 1A and NEYORK mode those of and the of the United States whose
DecCmber15lh 1832. 17lfMI JOTICE.-Havin been appointed auctioneer for patriotism a common caise, througha people delegates
. J Leon county, I hereby offer my services to the Ladies satin and PrunellShoes.
; ll' itflb POUNDS OF TALLOW will public in that capacity intend Keeping an office in I, .B.ns,&e.JlHATSAND.rumps, : sacred Union, hitherto inviolate,which per- most important among these objects, that which is
; Vjvr'VxF purchased by the subscriberd Tallahassee, of which due notice will be i\"en.ln the fected by our happy Constitution, ha broUght us,. placed first in rank, on which all others rests, i*,
d P tluclj cash and a generous price will be paid, if de- interem, any business left with Mr. R. Y. Wcllford CAPS: by the i favour of Heaven to a ita prosperity "form a more perfect Union." Now, ia it poSsir

3t k I IRircdby the first day of March J.G.next.& N. HAMLEN. will meet with prompt attention. R. J.HACKLEY of the at home and high consideration a road, rarely, if be! that, even if there were no express provision

.h l Magnolia, December 15th s32. 17tf October 2d 1832. 7tf & CAPS of ever equalled in the history of natioru : To pre giving supremacy to the-constitution and laws ot I
11- -- serve this bond of our political existence from destruction the United States over those of the states it can
I 1Jj-Dr.: JOHN B. TAYLOR in-
s- I To Planters. all ucFcriplions. to maintain inviolate this State of national be conceived that an instrument made for the purpose *-
orms his friends and the Public, that his health is so GROCERIES.A honour and prosperity, and to justify the ot "forming a more perfect Union" than that f-i
I S.1\LE.-4 Boilers restored enable him his .
K FOR Copper far as to to resumc professional
confidence fellow-citizens of the confederation could be constructed br.
my ha.erC1 scc1 in me, so
duties. 30 1832 50 if
July stock in all its
.o l'edaeect -Copper Dippers, Skimp'ers.nd Scoops. large variety.FLOUR. I, ANDREW JACCSOK, President of the U. States, the assembled wisdom of our country, as to suor
, I price-Also, 10 pair Horse Mill Stone DMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Will be sold for that confederation J
Apply to have thought proper to issue this myPROCLAMA1'lOl4' stitute a form of government
.1h71),1S32 J 39 if. the highest bidder, in the town of Magnolia, on ? stating my views of the Constitutionand dependent for its existence on the local interest,the*
Monday the 14th day of January next, at the usual laws applicable to the of state of faction
Fifty Barrels superior new wheat flour measures adopted by party spirit a ,or a prevailing iij
hour, lots Nos. six and seven, in square No. 2, range the convention of South Carolina, and to the re- a state? Every roan of plain unsophisticated understanding
STORE AGE. south of Broad-fctr. being of ute estate of Rush :
;f w part ALSO. Sons they have put forth to sustain then, declaring who hears the question, will give sucb \

'J1 addition to his old ware-house the Iteceascd.LEAH RUSH, the course which duty will require me to pursue, an answer as will preserve the Union. 1lctapbvI I

:o41; SUJ6tt1ber has recently erected a spacious bufldVl LEONEL FLETCHER, Sadlery, Crockery and Glass Ware, and, appealing to the understanding an 1 patriotismof sical suhtlely, in pursuitof an impracticable theory,

. \ 80 by i8 feel forreceivin cotton and ffoods. _Nov. Jth 133. _138w Adm'tor. Tin ware, Looking GlassesSalt, Rea- the people, warn them of the consequences that could alone have devised one that is calculated td
ill TIMOTHY M'CARTY. must inevitably result from an observtnce of the destroy it*
fr St. MUks Dernber 27th 1B31._19tf birlt 53. Sbt mantATTORNEY dy made clothing, stationary, &c. &c. dictates of the Convention. I consider, then, the power to annual 'a law oj"

AT LAW. JAMES M'MULLIN. Strict duty would require of me no.hing more the United States, assumed by one state,INCOAf
; i Braintree Cotton Gin. Tall&assee November 15th 1831. SHf than the exercise of those powers with which I am PATIBLE WITH THE EXISTENCE OF

:, iVOR SALE-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra- WILL Practice in the CourU of this District, and now, or may hereafter be, invested, for preserving THE UNIONCONTRADICTED EXPRESSLY .

J'"f'I'*. ffl rl( ,).from Klein Braintree Su Marks.Manufactory. Apply to is on Jefferson Jackson Street County, opposite West that Florida.of the Register.N. His Office. the peace of the Union, and for the execution of BY THE LETTER OF THE CONSTITUTION i

.r m j.w.K wiU l receive, orders for other Saw Gins of B. All instruments of writing, will be drawn the laws. But the imposing aspect which opposi- UNAUTHORIZED BY ITS SPIRIT
9D'e AI manufacture. with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy. tion has a33umed in this case, by clothing itself with INCONSISTENT WITH EVERY PRINCIPLE .

d jYlOlB3lB32 47 tf Tallahassee, June 20, 1829.WILLIAM 33t fI2 State authority, and the deep interest which the ON WHICH IT WAS FOUNDED, fe
people Df the United States must all feel in preventing DESTRUCTIVE OF THE GREATpBJECTFOR
.: JWKISTRATRIX'3 NOTICEAH persons L. H. SKINS will i iV a resort to stronger measures, while there B a WHICH IT WAS FORMED.

_f tC Tall--?s deceased on estate of Samuel to Bryan Jbted them V atttend to any business the city of NEW YORK = hope that any thing will be yielded to reasoning& After this general,view of the leading principle
?; are present
be < /""i"nucated within the time prescribed by bw, and promptly and faithfully execute any Commissionsentrusted remonstrance perhaps demand, and will certaialy we must examine the particular application cfi{ '
ft 71fill be forever barred.those indebted to then to him by his friends in Florida and the pub. justify, a full exposition to South Carolina and the which is made in the Ordinance.The .

:; requested to make immeeiate payment.i lie New-York generally., July 1832. 52 tf nation of the views I entertain Jot this important preamble rests its. justification on these .
i tp"ILI LEAHBllYAN.Adm'trix.October question, as well as a distinct enunciation of the grounds:-Itaisumes as a fact, that the obnoxious

; e 30th 1832._118wWILLIAlI Storage, and Commission, &c. course which my- sense of duty will require me to laws, although they purport to be laws for raising

undersigned has large and convenient \Varch pursue.The. revenue, were in reality j intended, ,for the protection .
z THE Ordinance is founded not on the indefeasible of manufactures which it
thc and Cotton sheds, and is prepared to receive ; purpose asserts >to
: NG HIXON, have formed a Law GOODS,COTTON other produce onage&e Stoc- right of resisting acts which are plainly uncon- be unconstitutional:-that the. amount raised by ,
.1 cIIt n rhip.&nd Will practice in the Courts of the Mid. stitutional, and too oppressive to be endured, but L.t them is greater than u required .by thtf wants' of

:f. PrlioLeLfot Jackson County. Office near the Cotton Stored, sold or shipped, and all Commission INSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRE can on the strange position that any one State may the Government:-and, finally, that the proceeda ,
,iof ; Bussiness strictly attended to. He solicit a share of; the men-favorable. terms!, on appli- not only declare an act of Congress void. but Dro- are to be applied to objects, unauthorized I theConstitution
1, 1832 1)1 3ra action the Subscriber, of the Protection
. aug. ED WARD SEIXAS. agent Insurance hibit its execution that :
public. oatronace. Hartfoid they may do ths consistently These are the, only causes .lI ge4: _
tt laseD,'Vestrou, Jr. & J. P. Booth, Magnolia, October 16, 183i. 9tf company the fair, Catk viluc Connecticut.of the property In every must application be-' with the constitution-that the true construction" I to justify an open opposition to the Jaw of the

: 11.\ f formed a Law partnership in Florida. The I ..MEDICAL.The stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished of the correctness of that i instrument permits a state to retain its a country, and_a threat'of seceding from the Untoc*., _
*idence of the former is in Tallahassee, and of undersigned have formed a partnershipunder of the repreiertation, and the good moral place in the Union, and yet,be bound by no' otherof if any attempt shouldbe, made to. enforce them}
=, !It WeuPoint Appalacbicola Bay. Busi- the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE, for the eharacteroftheapplicani. The solvency the Office its laws than those it may choose to consider as The .first'virtually acknowledges that the law in yv _
.to them in any of the conrta of Florida practice of the different branches of the scienceof .and its fairness and punctuality may be confidently relied constitutional. It ia true, they add, that,tojustify question was passed under a power expressly. 19*'J

acioininc Counties of Georgia or Alabama, willaUend.edto. medicine. They have on hand an extensive on. F.. D. PERKINS. this abrogation a law,. it must be palpably contrary en by the Constitution,.to lajr and collectimposfet ,

'J Aug.3dIS31. Sot! supply of fresh medicines which they will dispose Tallahassee. FCJ. t2,' 83 I. t.( 'to the constitution; but it"is evident, that togive but its,constitutionality is drawn in ,question\fram _
is 1 the right of resisting laws of thai description, the motfaes'of those who it. '
J.OTICE.-Tl1e of on liberal terms. Their office Webbvillfi DR. JOH M'LEMORE. passed Howeverap* f
undersigned has Jackson County. H o B. CREWS, coupled with he uncontrolled right to deride,what parent this purpose may be in the present case ".
I fitJ-J PPo inted agfit and attorney in fact forM HENRY TRIPPE. J* ESPECTEyLLYinforms die ciI'tizens law deserves that character, is to give the power of nothing can'be more dangerous than to'admit the* ,

I W !daDdlrrish? Carter, aad die heirs Webbville, April 1 of Tallaliasiee and its vicinity that be resisting all laws For, as by the theory there is position'that-an uncontitutional purpose,entertain r
"fit, -aruarf.jn WUIi.'i1. and is intrusted with the care has located himself in thifCity,, no appeal, the reasons alleged by the State, odor ctf"y the ni nfwho.-as8e1: to a law enacfrd .

Florida. AU PersOns are fonrarncdA LEON ACADEMY. N. B, He may.be found at his office next door to bad, must prevail. If it should be said that under a constitutional power, ahaO make that.law _
bigi.ItA&may do waste so on on the samer.and those desir- exercises of this institution were resumed on Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence cot'' public opinion a sufficient check against the 'abuse :void ; for.how,,fe. that-purpose to be ascertained t !

. 1r\ THOMAS applicaUon to BALTZELL.the subscriber. THE nd the 8th insU The good health of our city, ncr of Adams and Call strteta. of this power, it may be asked why it is not Who,is to make the scrutiny? How often may bed'f

.. 'wctPcbroary 14th 18H. t6t( warrant us in J inviting aa immediate return of country i H _Tallahassee, March 6th-j. 1832.- l83mT deemed' a sufficient guard against the passage of purposes be faWv! imputed?.in how many.cases '.
natronage. The terms Tuition emuin unaltered.By an unconstitutional, by Congress. ,There is, are they concealed by':false impressions how
AmD UaJtIUUa e order oldie Trustees, i Auction & Coninission Business.. however, a restraint in this last case, yhicli mnkea many is declaration of motive: made? Admll: _

4w LARGE and complete J. H. COXRectoP, I subscriber having been ap the assumed power of a state more ,indefensible, this doctrine, and vop'give to the states an unetin-
assort- of Leon Academy. THE and which does not'exist in'the other. There trolled.fight to decide and ,
are ,
t offers his
auctioneer Leon .every hw.may-be,
Drun r >
county n
; .r.- .pd Medkinei,jaat rem. Four 5 bop can be l.t'.COIMd-tted with board bj from an unconstitutional under this r
.,mFtoFresh and lshuuorefor we or of the.ActdemT., serriccsto the public inthiauetion andcomniission two appeals :act passed,by pretext. If therefore,the:absurd" -
early application to rc.ctor Congrws-one to the 'Judiciary, the othrr [to thpeople :u1danger\ doctrine -
_Country JlerchanudPractitionenlup. including washing, bedding and ness He pledges himselfto pay strict attention- all e us should be admitted, liat ft.

t .1Doct accomraodsunc terms. can Board..per...quarter.......,......... ........ ...! 00" business to him ;t and attend estate or other and theStates. There is no'appeal front state .may annul an unconstitutional :bwor r ,4.
EDW. 6E1XAS Boardcxc1usiyeofthcselS oo. .sales in the country. His f ffice is in the town of MagI ibe State theory I ;j. and" the practical. illustration tnat it deems such,u will not apply to J&epr&pitcaw
Dr I: here lie at all liznc Le ibund. sKows'tliat the courts are closed .
\1.. tMauobF1oridL. Payable atibe tsA o/CACh tjtuxter. nolia tt may : : against :' 04
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4 U October aihJSaCJ. It' LjilttrclU3tli>832. &Lt ft BYRD. iHi-aUiiojrtD'reronritwrtb'tides'ondurors-. The neat objection:is, t f tb j -t\i' I

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: i jus objection be matte S J
may Congress iti ,
true .
are invested '
'with"truthtt>" every law Ihit has been or tin be tion with! the right ,of deciding by the, Constitu IniUs etrontous opinions on tlis subject are.the may be empowered to give t ,eiaeti! iothc i yow coantry, $ ,.

I I passed. "The wisdom of. man never yet contrived cording to their, sound thesequestions ac foundation of doctrines the mosi destructive to our name of the Slate. Iio ace of viotent opposition. to th* bur fame tr, retrace 'tour aisttit5 stjp ,,
of taxation that would with : discretion.Congress'is peace I mast Uwiihaayeibe aromWBlttd.b8tiacha.tate o tfMngla I chive!of your Slate the Snth
a system operate perfect composed of rive some further developement to
I II. If the of law Representatives'of the;statea my views this i hourly apprehended; and it i Uieintent of this instrument -I veritjo bid IIB mOlubera e W1vtor: j i-
equality. ; unequal operation a and of all the on subject. Ko *ne, fellow-citizens',
of dntv
people all.the sales but WE lo I-ROCL'AIM not only that the 'impo-ed on me I gate tte decided aSIiInbte
; and
makes it unconstitutional and iI'aU laws of that has a higher for of expr uo.; ,.
part of the people of one state, to whom tbe.Con- reverence the reserved rights by the ConstUntion to take care.that the (ar' oe r.iih- I thepathi which atone of wibh "
description may be abrogated by any state for that sUtution has given no power on"the the states, than the Magistrate who now addressee fully executed," shall be'performed to the extent of the I u1' 'and honor; tlJ c'tn cend,

I cause, then indeed is the Federal Constituskm unworthy whom it has expressly taken it subject. from you. No one would make greater personal sacrifices powers already vested in me by law. or tIt snch ,ther* I other ovii, are : them jtl fc

of the slightest effort for its preservation.Ve have solemnly agreed that that away Uii >VE, who or official exertions, tp defend them from violation as the wisdom of Congrees shall Ievi ind entrust to ( mubitot, of all ftra it

1 : \ have hitherto relied on it as the perpetual shall be our law-WE, most of Constitution ; but equal care must betaken to"prevent on me for that purpose; 1uttowarn tiie citizens ol >outi c field uif the star spanfe
whom ban
]f bond of our Union. We have received it as the to support it-WE now have sworn their! part an improper interfereice withor resumption Carolina, who have been deludedJiifciao osc'iiloa| to I1 litil gnat o'er you; t at ,
of abrogate this law, and of the toe laws of( the th will incur ,by obedieiict f in whet, deail, you wilt gg
work of the assembled wisdon the nation. \Ve swear, and force others to right they have vested in the 'nation.Thennc danger y did dishonored and
have trusted to it as to the sheet anchor of our be obeyed-.and do this swear, that it hall not has not been so distinctly drawn as to avoid the illegal and disorpan'zmg < )rdinance of the Con>en- the thoN .4' the first aflack scor Wb4.701
) of conflict will we not because Congress doubts in vention, to exhort those who have iefiwedumnpport it I Your Country: Its on the
safety, in the stormy times a foreign i have no right to some cases of tke exerciseof power. Cbcstitmion detmyera yo
such the disturb
pass laws Uf in their determination lo uphold I it
domestic foe. W have locked loll with ; thU we do not Men best intentions views : per* \ere peace700
and soundest
or ; | allege; but because they have may and l.iws Of their country and to pout t' out all I prripPriIy; mayInterrpt thee
eacred awe as the palladium of our liberties, and improper views. They are passed them with dtflermn their construction of some part of the Con Uie: perilous situation int which the good people of tnat 1 hut its Iran ,you nihity ma will cloud b itg, r0putj furItabJ,1.
Tvitu all the solemnities of religion, have pledged the motives of thosevlio from stitution: but there are o.here on which dispassionate state have bee i led. and that tht-cou-e they are nreiI Ito I and the stali) restorc'ij it ,

J to cuci! oUter qur lives, and fortunes here, and our can never with know passed them, which we reflection can leave no c&iibU Of this nature pursue is one of ruin and disgrace to the very stale I trariferred.and reniain upon an national

1 hopes of happiness hereafter, i in ite defence and operation ; although certainty it from their unequal appears to be the assumed right of secession. It whose rieht! th.y affect ti u1'portL'.tInw.ritjZpflgOl 1 those who citwi.d the disorder.eternsIbho1ou

I,. support. Were we mistaken, my countrymen, in ture of tilings tnat is should impossible from the na rests, as we have seen, on the alleged undivided j mvnative rita e! -let >ne not only Fellow ciunhallowed nr '.5.. 4

I aUacmug this unpoiUiice M tie Constitution of the disposition which they be equal-and from sovereignty of the states, and on their having formed \ adrnnishi \ou as the first Magisirutuof nurcomm di-onu.r ; the r, .me. offd : 1at 'I
we presume may bc.made of in this country not !>' incur the penalty of its laws, bat n-e the by whom it in
( our c.ouiitryl Was our devotion paid to the wretched their proec-cds sovereign capacity a compact which is uuVrp.l; th. array
although lrtt! disposition has not called inh1u.ncetlata1Ither woulo over his children whom be DMport it; denote thin ; ,
I.. inefficient, clumsy contrivance, which} this new been declared. This the Constitution, fmra'which, because they approach, ('fa eru ,, ,
is ruin. In the
' the t rthin paternal language, on which he
would it ? Did plain meaning of the made it, they have the secede. Both of saw rushing COtinuar1ce !.
/ iljcirir.c: make we pledge ourselves Qruiunncein relation right to let the tell ,
to laws which it withth.it |p 'tern.ilfeeling you, my countrymen our rxi-tence.
abrogates these andperhinp,1
to the. support of an airy nothing-a bubble for alleged unconstitutionally. But positions are erroneoui, and some of the arguments that you are deluded by men who arc either deceived ernmei'M may depnJ. be of alt f
; lull; must be blown away hy the first breath of stop there. It appeals in it does not to pn.ve them so hive been anticipated. themselves wifh to deceive yon Markuuder free full, and explicit enunejj0'

I disiflct1tnYas: this sell-destroying, visionary portant part of the Constitution, express terms, an im- The states severally have not retained their entire w at pretences you have beer led to the brink of insurrection tpntion but of mj principle*of..
itself ;
-. theory, the work of the profound statesmen, the passed to give it effect and of laws sovereignty. It has bern shown that in be and treason, on which yo>.t stand FirMudiminutioii wa i-wrte.1 of a nghtrfiya stab

cxuitcd patriots to whom t i1C task of constitutional Jeged: to fee unconstitutional., which have never been al- coming part of a nation, members of a league, of the value of your staple c mmodit) lowered the Union and even to tefetfeexprxition from itat to

.. reform was entrusted? Did the name of WASHINGTON dares tl.at the The constitution de they surrendered many of fair essential parts of1 J by over production in other u triers and the consequent of my opmwAs in relation pi
} sanction, did the states deliberately ratify extend judicial powers of the United States sovereignty. The right to nake treatise-declare diminution in the value of your I uid*. were the sol* ef form of'oar government and th coriA ta
to causes arising under the laws Tariff laws The effect of those Iswx AT** thf instrument f
of fee of the
S such anomaly m the history of fundament- the U. war-levy taxes-exercise clusive judicial and ; by which it I,)
: an States
and that
LI such laws, the constitution and t confessedly inurioas.| but the evil was greatly exaggerated proper. Having th<
legislative all of them functions of fulhtcf1n2denin
cd ? No.Ve not mistaken The powers, were
I tieatiesshall be believe the \ \
paramount to the state by the unfounded theory yon were taught to \rg < and conKtitationa?
letter oJ. his great instrument is free from this radical tions and laws. The Judiciary act constitu sovereign power. The states, then, for all these that its bur hens were in proportion t your expo.Is. not has been expressed. I ielywith Opinn of.m dt

a fault : its language'directly; contradicts the mode by wh.ch the case be prescribes the importont purposes,were no U n rer sovereign. The to your consumption of imported articles. Your pride your nndi\ided support in myArtrma,
1 irnmit.-iti'w. it%> >pirtt -us evident intent contradicts court of the United States may brought before a allegiance of their citizens was transferred, in tiie was roused by the assertion that a submission to those the law; tt? preserve the Vnirn ,e1eaj
iU- NO WE DID NOT ERR Our Constitution tribunal shall decide by appeal,when a state first instance, to the Government of the U. States laws was st.iie o vn-naljjfe and hut rcsistauc In means; to nrresf. .fpottxtinei by ill on

does not contain the absurdity of giving constitution. The against this provision of the : -they became American citizens, and owed obedience hem was .'qud in patriotic merit to the opposition our .nrf*. the necpi.itvof n vun.o ly 5)oktre f ?, -inn

t power to make laws, and another po.ver to resist be n> nppeal Ordinance declares there shall to the Constirution of the United States, Fathers offered to th oppressive lews of Great B'it.u. l.e the will ,,f H.nven that th*. r.tnr.i..rtaiif.r:- ,** .

them, i he sages, whose memory will always be the tonstitutiou; makes the stitn Inw.* **u riiri.mt.r.t.ru. UIJI\/U1II lAf and to laws made Li conformity with the powers { You weie told that opposition ringhJ e peace.oly I val cam on -nan far the h M. ?-,-.-'- -' .
and laws of the United States it vested in might be constitutionally made-that you might njoy should Ml! upn our land, that it be
and ; Congrrss.-Tbis last position has not not -
reverenced have giving us a practical, as forces I eilWrf
judges and jurors to swear that they will dis- been, and cannot denied. How then that II the advanta es of the Union tad bear noneofits I any ofTn ,ve aclonthe ;part of ,1 Unit !$ **
hoped, a prr-uanent c mstitutional compact. The regakl iheir provisions ; and even makes it can burthens.Eliquftitap. I Fellow at,, ,,,: The momentoo.Jj SL1Un
be ;
penal state said to
l-\uherot is did nOt allix his levered sovereign independent,
;] country name in a mil or to relief eals toy.iarpaissiou-i.toyo i.; rfta'e >ride your undivided support Ofp
To .in bsu' dity. Nor did the stnies attempt hy appeal. It further citizens owe obedience to laws not made by it, and to native of al J the decision grern
> > p.ilpnble ; declares that it shall not be lawful for the authori your courage, lo yoUr se sn injury.were of the gre-i
TJC i l jey st'ver.jlly ratmed it, di) so under the impivssion ties L.ai a veto on the laws of tne L". States force the of or of that state, to en laws, when flies come in conflict with those passed Concealed HIP lint -ou features of DISCS i.ix sh rlUle takfri 1 secures o tn a* one People hiJl be Iheb1cj '

Avisr.erved to iiiem, or that they could e.xeiwe nue lavs within payment its limits.duties imposed by the reve by another A'hat} shows conclusively that the oil* It fell, and you were m nlf to In 'k with<>mplarency -I one can doubt that the unanimity with whicj

it by Il1lCtliflfl. Search; the debates in all tneir Hire is law states cannot b? said to have reserved an undivided on objects whit h, not long since, you would I inn will be expressed will be such a.s tr
CflVCZltiOl1aflli1le- liit, speeches of the nioL a of the United States, not even pre- sovereignty, is, that they expressly ceded the have regarded with' horror Look b:ick at tli urt .vhich I confidence in republican iiHtitotinm, and ifcfjj "r
tcndd to he unconstitutional, the have fxobght to tnU *lte-look forward to tin con denre. the wisdom and
look hy authority right to punish treason-not treason against their you I thecoura-re which it williJw*
2e.lJs of Federal authority- at
op]>users the of a small to which it ineutab.v lead! Loo back to their d
majority of the voters of'a sequences must : < let.ce. will transmit them
single separate power-but treason the U. States I utmjnimf aSn
aiiiiinicnts I that were pi(>pi>sed. They are all si- state Here is a provision of the constitution which Treason afufience against to what was tiret Mid you as an Inducement toentir into I Iinrat d to oar children.
Jeul) -not a syllable uttered not a vote jrivrn, not :i is solcimly abrogated by the same is against sovereignly, and sovereignty this dangerous .-ourse. The great politic I truth v .s repealed I May the Great Rater of \ati-ms rrantthal

motion made to correct tne explicit supremacy On such expositions and authority. mist reside with the power to punish it. lo you, that you had the revolutionary rght of I ...e! the Ordinance But
given to the !.\\vs of tne Union over t.'io.e( lit life grounds reasonings, the reserved rights of the states are not less rei4ing i al aws that were palpably unco stititional thi? n.ndnss of party or personal umhitior.disia
not only an assertion of the right sacred, becmise they have for their common inter and added that the ( ded and ,
intoierably lost
oppressive was right and
Mates-or to s.iow) that implication as i i'* now contended to nnnd the laws of : rn'iv HU wise Piovirf
could .ie'.e-jt it : NO, u E lIAVJl NO l" j force which it complains, but to en ests made tie General Government the depository to nullify: a law rested on the same principle! but that it I wh> have prodared thi* eristo '* the nceonnf folly, IM >]

EivUED: 'JV Constituti-Hi ij s.ill! the olijoct of:, itby :i threat of seceding from the Union, if of these po.vers. The unity of our political char was a peaceful remedy! TliH Cn.iracter which wa I thrv feel t .e misery nf civil strile: anl inipire a lforq renr-i

the Inwl of our UIMOJS defenceJn any 'ill.Mi.pt is made to execute them. acter (as hcs l eensho\vn for another purpo e) com given to it rnadryou receive, with to.> much confilence. I rung ve.ieration for that Union which if we liars'to '
oui reverence our The may
ntrul to secede is deduced from the nature menced wrh its very exigence. Under ti.e; Royal the --i. sertins that were made of iln nnc'institutioialiti 1 p netrate ilia deiirts. he t a "chosen
; danger, the source of our pronj/onty in peace.Jt of I tne C' of the law. and it anUteonrj1nif
IU'1ItIItIOfl, which they say, is a compactI ; Government we had no separate character-our oppressive Mark, rnyieliow I ano of iittainin? t' e high destinies which we
4. Shah tlesCe141, as we n.ive; rcceivc.il J!, u'wrnipt-I! I iw'Uvef n socreign states, who f have preserved their opposition to its UNITED Co- citizen that by the udmiioD of your leaife.s, tie un- rea oirib y a ('tl I I : I construction, to u; r & oppressions beg'in as consiitntionalit 3104 it will I
: hy soplnstic.d I1S & fly; Wi.ole and ) impalpable or not ustily In
soireign, therefore, are subject to LOMLS. AVe were Me UNITED STATES under the HiU! I testimonylicreoC I have canned the Seat of the
iacrilices of > nulihcatioi!
ll.e of Socil interest, Mate. prejinl'cv<, i.o et o What is the mini g
4-r\ personal animosities, that were maiio to bring: it superior bicak; that, because tl.ey made the compact confederation, and the name was p r,> tinted; and of the word palpable, in the sense in which it 3 here I United States to be lien auto affixed,b-unff signed-
itijoycan itwi.cn, in their opinion, it has the union rendered more perfect \\tf t.sc Federal used ?-.that wine-i* apparent to one; that which I the same with my hand.
lain be offered e\ery
will for
existence again amotica.y hecnd
it- tins'pii: fed from hy lit. oilier stales. Fallacious Constitution. In none of those stag- did we consider no man of ordinary intellect wihfail In perceixe. Is I Done at the City of Washington 10th day of De%

The hport. mnde i as $ .course. of learning is, it enlists state ourselves iu any other licrht than as lorminir the unconstitntionality of these laws of that descrption I cernb r, in the vearof oar Lord one thousand M ki
two remaining objection1' by the Or- P'' II(', mu hi: dn.j: .or to these liws I niv, I that: the umis intruded of f those wlio have not stijilutl l the inture ofoui nanjc of'nil.. Troops were raised ibr the joint advitcaied UIP principle of protective duties an< U.
to he iaisedby I ihrn arc rvjfrr: than are required, (J'ivernirrpnt, to question ; and let them choose whethcrtuey will teconidend S. the
sufficiently see the radical error 011 defence. How thru with all fiftyseventh.ANDREW
these proof thai
tiiid il-af: the >Cd Wl" JACKSOXv.
p"or; s unconstitution-dly which if n.-Ls. as mcapa'jle. theu. of perceiving that which
under all cnanges ? of our position find lor designated By the President JErtWARD
we :
Cjr: .uv and! with defined
to Con re the rigi.t: of raiding: rcvenr.r, and; ;c.l.terniiiiiig Cojistiluiion) purposes powers, created (! or as uiipo.sing upon yourconfit'enec, and LlVl.VGSTO.
acting the .
though siat % Legislature National (..zovernznnts-hIov is it, that the most endeaiuring to mislead now. in either Searctary of State.Nullification. .
you case
the the public ilI!! ill
sum exigencies n't require. ilunir
1 lie compact! to iwft and i di I ci.ss its perfect of these several modeof union should now are ur.safu guides i., the perilous path they to

The states have DO control over the rxcrcse )rnvi-I'llL! &. acting ill n'parate: conventions when! ix considered as a mere leag'.r' that may be dissolved trrad J'oiuler welt na this circuni.stance, and urgeyou via trill .-Ltl Mete be peace, -South Carolina, .
of this n iit I, o!:. r tuan; I intt wi te-i n'M.iix I'liry rit'u d thus e proxisions ; but ihf terms used at pleasure? It is from an abuse of teims. know how to appreciate the exaggerated langnn they his i.ulnrieii Thnt i-.aconv.nuonofthe pe iple.belt) >

from the power ol 1 cuanjjinjr the Repu-so.it-.nv t :::i itj r/Mi'.iruction! s.jo.v it to L IK.' a Government in Compact is used a j synonymous with league, although addre-s ti iou. They are not champions of Iberty. in conformity with n law of the StaV. hate metandtrt *
xvho abuse it, and thus retirees. Con re-* uhirii the emulating LIlt fume of about to declare the tariff
proc.ire people of al tne: states coHtT.iivelv are the true term i is not employed, because it our Revolutionary Fathen; nor laws cncnstitnfional.* d that
may undoubted)? :i'u-e: this dix-retionary pov) but the same may: b? raid of others with \\hirii Ii f ;it>'.' President 4I2J Vice President. Here the would not do to that Constitution reasoning.It t you ag.jhst worse tiia.. colonial v.tssatege V>r are the bounds of that Sta'e They have r ns further. jJ
y tevare invested.( Yet t. e discietion must ex .--. stales( have no other than direct say our free members ol a fioun.-hii-g and happ\ Union. There are about to d c.are that if th*>central gorr.meutbLl
agency to the mode only! a league ; but, it h laboured to } rove it a com i is settled design attempt to reduc them to obedience that
You by
j! SOLlu'it'l r. Tiie Cor.stiMU.w has: given it to I 1,11- n wiiic.1 the votes l.al! be toonpressyno. have indeed forte thejf
Reprteiiti Hives of all l! the People, citcetl! by il.f I iiaving a majority of all! the given.votes The candidates part, (which in one sense it i K) and tuen to arirue 1.11( ihs unequal operation ofaw( n Inch rn.iv have biMi unvMvMv. will withdraw from the union and erect a >*para e goernment.
are cnoscn. The that as a league is a between riot .
: compact every conpact unconstitutionally pasted; but that nenaiiu .
Rs.. i-iatives of ti.e states and the Exec electors f :
: by of
: a majority of the states uny have given nations must of course be a !caiurand that hills nece? arily be removed. Al?h< very monion v%hen Tins is lamentable state of iiffair?.bat we arffirrotr;
t' ; ver. I'.ie S C:iroiia! : c.,>:iM''i.rtn>n g.v s nti their votis for oi.e cnulidte: and yet another from such an engagement every sovereign power you were madly urged on to the uu >rtunutc course jiiu of opiaion, at a'l viciiont cr>onula will only add to IM

a j ill Legislature or the Convention of a sunjrles may bf c.iofii. The People, tuen, and not the has a right to recede. But it has been shov-'iithat lia\eli"guua change. in public opinion had comiicnceu evil. onth Carolina wa soveVeipn andsb4ertaZe,

4relltiie tiC petip. il i tii.- different state, are rei C'CtutEi1 l m the Excc'.itive branch. in lbs sense the stales are not and that The nearly approaching payment of the public debt, land the first fep. be he rig fit or wroiig.s i to ro !oirera'mly
States, nor t.c states in their f-ep.irrjtr capacity, nor In I I i.e He se of Jieprctentaitves there is tnis if and a consequent necessity oi a dinii.iuti of cfutie-* d kimlly int > her wrievances. She ar'r tithe <
[ even they were and the National Constitution
Ui : one slate had been
peope not formed
as by there would l be northern
I compac1, no manufacturer
ton on 4oine articles of general and that such tales ar' nnconstitalional. -
the discreet consumptio ill
Which418 most > your
any in tit ca'e d'the President
and VicePresidentallvote right in any one state to exoneiate h&lf from its State. The but that they
impoitance of Ihi- change was understood, U.M go gri ou'sly I opptisSi' P' .
deposition of the power ? I do not nk yo: (f1LOtVCIIIZCIIS !- l r tne Mime olnci'rs. -1'Jn.._* j nron, ..,,;..) nfoii... c.!.I. ti.HJ I .. obliirations.So; : and >ou were aulhoritivtriv told, that no f rihr-r :illovi.i.tion L on tli'vn that the greatest distress i4nrpadWtUelt;
winch is the constitutional dispositionthai 't.ites do no vote foi all tne members each ; obvious of overtheir land.
state are the reasons which forbid this se- } our burthens was lo be expected. il the lime
instrument speaks a language not to IK misunderstood. electing onl; its own representatives. But this cessioui, that it is necessary only to allude to them. when the condition of the c-'utilry iIipri.udy deman hetherihe ri ht on th*constitutionalqarstion or

) But ii'you sere assembled in general creates I no ha terial distiutctiun. \\ hen chosen, they The Union was formed tor the benefit of all. It 1, ded surh a ,mnilificil: of tie dritn1.- as should reduce nil. we do mil it present think M>important astietblf

Convention which would you think, the safestdepository are all repivcntalives of tne United States, not rcjresenlativtf was produced by mutual sacrifices of interests and them to ajut and cquitab scale But as i if ap. rehensiveof she H oppressed For if she is, we have no mral rtbt

of this discretionary power m the lst: of the particular stale liom which opinions. Can *sbe sacrifices be recalled? Can thi-ein-ct of this c.iHiigc in allaying your dicsiiitents. to tax one clas or portion of th community to

resort? Would you add a clause giving it to each tupy come. They are paid by the United States, the States who magnanimously surrendered their .yu wnie precif'itnredintotliffed fat>tatein which the another whole That it is i intolerable oppressive upon
of the would sanction wise you .low find v.'Ui.-eiv1 people of the souib.amns! a# one mii
states the
or you provisions not by the sate ; nor are they accountable to it lor tides to the territories of the west, recall the grant : I have urged you to look back to the that lit li-daring, and smely they must know whetbsritti
; means
made Constitution ? If
already by your any net don: in the performance of their legislative Will! the inhabitant of'the inland States t. used to-hurry the or 'iot.
agree on lo have
you position
this should be the result of deliberations when function you now assumed -
your t ; nid, houevt'r they may in practice, as pay the duties that may be imposed without their and forward lo the coneqatice-* it will produce opposed: it i isourdutyto give them relict ff!.
providing lor the future, arc you-can you-he itVs tJcirdti\ do, consult and prefer the interests assent_ by those on the Atlantic or the Gulf for their soniething more is iieceary Contemplate tin'condi- hat R m right morally to oj;.pre.s* our brethren 'tviib in-

ready to risk all that we hold dear! to establish, for of their constituents when they come in conflict; own benefit ? Shall there be a free port m one thin of that country ot* wli.cli you still form an important tl ?raWe burthen.s.'even if oo 1 gal pm?f i to dO''*

a-temporary and a loca' purpose, that which you with any oner partial or local interest, yet it is State, and enormous duties in another? No one part. Consider its government uniting in on bond ol' ever so clear. Thereibre we raise i nr feeble voice a.

must acknowledge to be destructive, and even ahf.urd their first and highest duty, as representatives of ,believes that any right exists in a single State to common interest and general protection so many diner giin-t tha cy of tear agaiii.st South CarolinS.wbtch w;

as a general provision ? Carry out the consequences the United States, to promote the general good. involve all the suites in these and countless other ent States, git ing to all their iniia'jiU>itsthe proud tit e srry tosi-e in ome of the Philadelphia paj>ers. Wi
of this right vested in the dilThrent states The Constitution of the United States evils the of AMERICAN C4Tlzt.NS protecting their Coinmere.secunng are againt a'l! attemj is at ercion l by phv icale forte.-:
tfyen, contrary to solemnly made.
engagements theirtiteratuie and their ar's, facilitating their in- are sor it and crisis conduct Ibrmsa
you must perceive that the your GOTEIiNMENT.uot a league &, whether Every that States .,
one must see the other in seif- tr-cozn ixuuiiicatiin, defending their frontiers and maxing those \vho cry far war upon South Carolina
presents at this day, would recur whenever any itl be l fonted by compact between the states, or defence, must oppose at all hazards. their name respected inthu remotest j-uin if the earth! fle.* ifmt almosf the whole nouth, although they d !

': law of'the U. States displeased any of the states, in any othei manner, ;ts charai ter is the stame. It Ti.ej-e: are the alternatives that are presented by Consider the extend of its territory its increasing nd to the mode are determined to resist as she is I T

t and that we should soon cease to be a nation. is a governnent in which all the people are represented the Convention : A repeal of all the acts for raising happy population its advance in art" which rendet l.figreeabfe. the only'question is as to the mean* pf reststtBCti

; 4 Tne Ordinance, with the same knowledge of the whicii operates directly on the people individually : revenue, leaving the Government without the { airl the scu-j.c!' which elevate the ,mind!- Theu can we uppnso that if weean pat SOUth Ctru-

future 'that characterizes a former objection tells no upon) the states ; they retained all the means of support ; or an aeqiuesci'i.ce in the dis'otiithn See education spreading t!>elislitsofieligion. humauitv lift,, down (which by the way hrooreeii"ijttlliet'orthan \
you that the proceeds of the tax will be uiicon.sti- power tlCvdid not grunt. But each state havnu of our Union by t.e serivsion of one of and etieral infiinri.itnin into every rott.ige in this wide done) that the war will end there or can ** MP*
could be i-xtcntol our TeniioKs and States! Bfliold pose that those who have the same inteests..wilt W>"elf
tulioay If this ascertained it as the
applied. expressly with its
pjrtetl so to members. \\ hen
many powers as constitute the ii.st was proposed, it stand and South Carolinian '
asylum where the by the the
vvrctciied ai.l i nee cat
with cci talnty, the objection wouldwith more propriety jointV with the other states a single State was known that it could not be listened Jo for) amoment. fuge and -upport! Look on ihi1--tlie.p picture,>H--sed ol Odd a re- lo pieces- No.No.V troop ar is out of the qneslien,
be reserved for the law so applying the proceeds can not fron ihn >eiioil to It known ifibroe inppinesoj&Mn It the toutfl.'
] j jXSSCSS any right see- was was applied to iio\, and say-WE Tt'. AR c TIZKNS op iME would be borne neither by the north nor
but surely cannot l lC urged against die laws cede, f>ecjiuesuci! sect s ion does not brea k-i Icarru opposed I the execution; of the laws, trat t it must be ICA : Carolina is one oi these pr-iUt rfuuncr rms Our Union was efTectcd hj compromises and con'een

, levying the duty. butide.-troyfc the unify of a nation ; and any injury repellt-d b\ force-that Congress, c-'uiil not, 'Aitf! he defended. !jerbst bf! >od has cemented this happy and let usarain meet oursonthern brethren oa tfte nine,
T ese arc the allegations contained in the Ordinance. to that unitT is not only a breach which would result out involving itself in disgrace and the country in Union! And then add it you cm witiio.it hornr and lfK| >ssibfe, frt us conpromwe our claim; but

: Examine them seriously, my fellow-citi from tli2 contravention of a compact, but it is ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet, if thiS is reni'-rse.lhu nappy Union weill d.ssoive--ttiis pir.ur? if. unhappily,which we 'o not befieve.our interest* alan .

f zens judge for yourselves. I appeal to you toietermine"wheihe"r an offence against the whole Union. To say that not done in a given day. on:' any attempt is made of peac and piosjeiilv! ui ui'i dei.ice-tin- tee inter-1 distinct that w cannot longer continue ,, *w?"

I < 'they are so clear, so convincing, any state may at pleasure secede from the Union, to execute the laws the Istale. is bv thetJidinancv. cour-e \e will inrrrupr n.< s .criiii bVUis) v\e will d happy uni'-n.let us part in peace. \VP m.iy have Iol' -
lugM wit/blood! tit* iiritectMt -,orions_.. Hn, 1ieniuncel l F tweniv v ears,and after al'tlie misery of it. weW0'
ol itia < -
as to leave no doubt of their correctness : andevenif is to that the United States declared - m n.--p-
say are not a nation ; to.be out of the Union. Plie majority of e ,. f} only ana> t have U still believe that mutual .
vrr\ flames Americans e
Jf d.
should come to this conclusion, how far they because it would be solecism! to contend a Convention assembled -ca I lb
you that any for the purpose, have dictated '\ndlbr what, mistaken men !-1 fa: \v at do vunihroawa kdfles! .i .d conciliation may -t-re-Jene IH irom
justify the reckless, destructive course, which you parl of nation might dissolve iw connexion those terms' evil? P*.
a with or rather this rejection "of all :' these ineslunublv Meting* for what won.d von I which will inevitably fl w from dissolution.
are directed pursue. Review these objections, the other parts, to their injury or ruin, without terms in) the name of the people of South Carolina exchange }our snre in the advantageand honour ot I if that evil mu t befal us. let u* make it as fight M P**

end the conclusions dpwn from them, once more. committing any ofi'encc. Secession, like any other i t is tue.that the Government of the states the Union? For 1 the dreatn of a scpa/at** independence l sible,and atoui wars to come by keeping nt peace wV

Whatnre they? Every law, then, for raising revenue revolutionary act, maybe morally justified Jby the speaks of the submission of their grievances to a a dieam i.itnrrnpted by bloody conflicts with your I r 4foj ne 3 7j will justify us*i :JrJro

I according the South Carolina Ordinance, extremityg(oppression ; but to call it a constitutional Convention of all.the States ; which,.he says,they neighbors and a vile dcppudenccoi? a foieign p.>vver a i's in ack others LtJ. 5050fquaflelT
4 may be rightfully annulled, unless it be RO framed right"is confounding the meaning of terms ; sincerely and anxiously s<.ek and desired* Yet it'your loaders could succeed in tablishing .1 xepara-I Our Alter all whai ii the immediate the

cs iio law ever will or can be framed. Congress and can only be done through gross error, or to this obvious and constitutional,mode of obtaining tion. what would be your situatioi.7 Are' you united .it tsxe national debt is paid and the south iequIfflth*
boms on I >
-me free from the rehension ofc\ii good.imported shall be reduce <
have a right to pass laws for raising revenue, and deceive tho'e who are willing to assert a right, but the sense of the other states on the construction of with all jou its fearful ap s? Do discord shall he necessary for the support ofg01era
c-nsequenc our neigh
each state has a right to oppose their execution would pause before they made a revolution, or incur the federal compact, and amending, if necessary boring republics,every day funVring some new revolution They say all the ,Lues raised above tbupow"181by
f two rights directly% opposed to each other; and yetis the penalties consequent on a failure. has never been attempted l by ttiwse who have urged or contending with new 'insurrection do they 'ex the planting and farming iutercsfc*for tlr1"-1 #

this absurdity supposed to be contained in an in- Because the Union was formed by compact, it the State on to this desttructive measure. The cite your envy ? But the dictates of a high duty oblige the great manufacturers,and that the United St5t !

etrnment drawn for the express purpose of avoiding is said the parties to that compact may, when they I State might have proposed the call for a General me solemnly to announce that yon cannot succeed. ernment. have no lower inlay socbalii; SPP
collisions between the gjatia and the general feel themselves aggrieved, depart from it; but it is Convention to the other States ; and Congress if rite laws of the United States must executed. 1 t > be wrong in principle,ye" if they ftet the WEO.D*

I ( government; by an assembly of the most enlightened precisely because it is a compact that they cannot.A a sufficient number of them concurred, must have have discrelionaty power on the subject-my duty is of oppressive the upon T th m.shall we levy them thai*to' oe i'
bayonot And if do conclude
.: statesmen and wrfest patriots ever embodied ] compactis! an agreement or binding obligation.It called it. But the fire Macstrate of South Carolina emphatically who told that pronounced in the Constitution. those let us ak %vhat sort of war we that wilfcbe which *-?.. .
or a similar purpneeT bySts terms' have a sanction or penalty when he expressed a that review yon you peaceably prevent their execution make ,
may hope on a deceived you hey could not have deceived iiM rr the south to compel them, rlpf
In vain have inosd pages declared that Congress for its breach, or it may not.-If it contains no by Congress and the functionaries of the General them.-eh They know that a f'rcibl* opposition could which they abhor, however much we mat I0 tnem-.

shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, sanction, itjmay, be broken with no other consequence Government, of the merits of the controversy alone prevent thd execution of the l I imposts, and excises-fn vain have they provided thai moral guilt; if it have a sanction, then ," such a Convention will be accorded to them, that such an opposition must be repelled Their,object fir their liberties; for their homes and their "***""!,

. l that they shall have power to pass laws which shall the breach'incurs, the designated or implied j>enally. must have known that neither Congress nor any I is disunion ; but be not deceived bynames ; disunion, And would we make such a war opon tbernt Wo..
necessary and proper to carry those powers into league between independent nations, g-erf- functionary of the General Government has authority by armed force.is TREASON. Are >on really ready i incur would not God forbid it shall ever be attempt rvewr'
execution ; that. those laws and that Constitution emily, has no sanction other than a moral one ; or, to call such a Con vei lion, unless it be demanded it* guilt? It'you are on the heads of the instigators ol' onion and moderate councils will may ineviuWyww0/pre it.

: ehall be the "supreme law of the land ; and that if it should contain a penalty, as there is no com, by two thirds of I IE States. The suggestion the the d.xhonor act be the, but dreadful consequence on their heads be The southern; any attempts men ardent at farce and fierce under a *ense<

4 the judges in ever state shall be bound thereby, mon supenor,.it cannot be enforced. A govern then, is another instance of the reckless )our ,unhapy Stale onyourf will may ineviEally fail the'alL punishment all the evils of injury are wise *patriotic when calm in coanciU' '

: ,any thing in the Constitution or laws of any state ment, on the contrary, always has a sanction, express inattention to the provision of the Constitution the c6riflict you force upon the Government of Let u cease to threaten,and each'yield what is necei

.e4 : tothe contrary notwithstanding." In vain have or implied, ana*; ia our case, it is both' necessarily with which this crisis has hen madly hurried on ; country 1 cannot accede to the mad project of disun your sary to keep uf together..

the'people of the several states solemnly sanction implied' and expressly given. An attempt orof the attempt to persuale the people that a ion of which yon would be the first vichm*-its firatMagistrate Doyl&ownPU.) JJJ14

1 ed these provisions, made' them their paramount by force of arms to destroy government, i is anoffence constitutional remedy had Wen sought and refus cannot, if, be would avoid the per/brnnoce of

; Javv_ and individually sworn.to support them when by whatever means the constitutional compact ed. If the Legislature ofSoutb Carolina "anxi. BIB duty the conai-quence most be fearful for you'"'distrestibg -, The Wharves presented a very interest

J 1 ever they were called on to execute any office. may liave been formed ; find such government ously desire" a General Convention to consider to your fallow citizens here and to the friend* appearance this morning-three 'hundred
,ar : Vain provisions ineffectual restrictions: vile pro has the right, by the law of selfdefence, to pass laws their complaints, why have they not made application of haV good beheld government throughout with the world. :Its enemies fihly'sai! of bay craft snd a .fleetjof brir "nfl

nation of oaths! miserable mockery of legislation for punishing the -offender, unless! that right is modified for it m the way the Constitution point out? not conceal, it our wan prosperity a standing refutation a vexation of their;hejr lavish could schooners from Boston? ieW 'Y1k P1! !

If a bare majority of the voters in any ope' restrained or resumed by the constitutional The assertion that they J| earnestly seek" it is doctrines, and they will point to our* discord with the deuce, New Bedford Portland, East poitiiia

jPY: 6ti//mayon a real or supposed knowledge of the : act., In our system, although, it is modified in case completely negatived by .thqomisision'. triumph ormnlignant joy.it n yet in your power to .other place*, have jusf arrivedi-J Ssichi.3 t
4r ? intfut'with which a Jaw has been passed, declare of, treason,.yet.authorUy IB expressly given to pass TDM, thflH, tithe frtwition in which we stand. A 'disappoint them. There in yet time to ahow that the th ,
1. thenisflvea", free from it$ operation- nay here it oil laws necessary, to carry its powers .into' eject, smith majority of the cttiz&n cjT one State in the Union descendants of the Pinckncyt. Samtera, the Ratted- {rowded state orth wharves, umo-- a f

too little, here too mucht and operates uo- and under this grant provision has been ,madefor h&t)>elected delegate* to a StalS' Cnnve>)tioii t that Con gas: ihfttiousandotharj.amei which adorn thapa bercguI packets ate compelled to

tt quat-ber? ii suffer*articles to be free that oughtr6Mn'tmlcto punishing nets which obstruct'ibe due adminlstratio -. vfi.tion huft ordained that all' the rure'niiehiw of. the im of joof revolutionary Kiitorr. will rnot abandon their cargoes at some oC taa lower VM **5At
United rifatpji njn t b. rppetliv or that they are no loiva i hat Union to which of f and W'
r support so many them ui4it four
flie da art tritendeV! npto of U e te-ws. % some'of ,the wharve* they lie ,
procef .
$gr member of the Union.] The.: Governor o.that! and bfcd, and iied. I adjure yooas hoiiof thir uoIo#
| tie'tppHed; to purposeswhieli we do not Approve,. It would seem superfluous to add .anything to jauue Ia recommended to the iLegwitttnre the rtfing of, memory a*'joa love the cause of freedom you lo-whi h hers deep wv.iiug aoppoitujitj to

In that too fioouai. n&e4 is sson than aoted chow the.nature of. thai(ftuoimhich connects us: na army tocsjrjr tbo tectsawa jato effect vzd thai be j faeyddicated; tbek- five*.- s jco prbe'ftfce owe of; \ lB&GaLlQ& ***
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FiJOIII.DIAijlWLJlm. : Sand ON ? Surely civil improve .1" 'CT'd! $ T'j"" .
*war bfnot for I ..
remedy ment ,
l it was his hope to have seen there,erected a syst'm every part,without -reference 'to local ., -
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country people-are rh- ities.- ,. .
of based .
l government upon free ndliberal institu .. .:,. !"eo ..
tion. Disappointed in common with the venerable La c egnied as sovereign, and flach.individual! has It is impossible to keep down ld'' '

SATURDAY ltIORNING.DECJMBEIt 29 Fayctte in this expectation,and not permitted by the the right to the full'and freft'expression of his i bickerings, and unfortunately there jealousies are aretoo,i ft>>Vnittc, !;r..l

JDb-.-Caltoun- halt been appointed: Senator from S. French Government to land'on 'their shores, he was i: The .! many persons invidiously engaged in creating B'f R. .Da."k. 'W *'OTT;' '" :. -
has ,
of Hol-cri Y. Hayne. i induced to accept a conrnand in, the army of the Re.publiC3n' moment arrived when you are called ,and! encouraging them. --e--- I.
the .
in place I :
carolins: and on to speak, !and if possible At 7 .. ,
Leopold, had 'assigned him the once more Appalachicola, they are .

Governor H oyne has i i8*"cd a counter proclamation.I duty of levying and disciplining a legion of foreigners sustain the liberties'of the country. Ina: government ((8 small portion oftbem) that I taught am not to believe friend BELIEVING, will theJncrwm justify 'tne.L..=-

"sof great length and Breatheswar} and defiance.- Engaging in this duty with. the ardour belonging to his of limited powers, like that of the ly to their place, because Coogress ,did Ihe subscriber proposes to publish a V'eeklrnewi-

\Vh\t I Will be the end of this unhappy conflict, time character, he had succeeded in raising a large body of United States, acting upon communities so what has never been done since the formation not do paper will be at devoted this place underIfie oLuyrtftiUe.' L -Tail r papEr j

determine.-We fear we hare fallen on evil troops, composed for,the most part of French exiles, distant-from each other, and of such variety of of the Government .and to Commercial ana Agricultural buorraation *
law '
.ill soon pass a to general and localnn,
whom couiatmily of 'sentiment drew his i interest, it is not to be wondered give POLITICS ..
lUcs.-Englan seriously contemplates emancipa- to standard. at, if the legislation a post, route, without waiting for the? National or Territorial, will : proided.
beuitquIy.i >
., of the slaves of her West India colonies.-What In this state of tilings the French GAvf-rsnent: in'erfer- of the majority should sometimes the general bill. I them passage of Attention will Be paid to th< seleetmrof. '
lion such in the midst red, and at its instance the Monarch procured a mail route des of literary character for,the
mill' 00 onr situation with neighbours Belgian was induced press unequally upon the interests of the minority the first year that a general I law VKRTisckand columns of the'An-

(1f civil war ond discord ? Can it result in any thing to recal the commission, and to order the troops ; in all such cases a due regard to justice ten people were settled there. passed"Blter" Vance theintrestofits takes that nothagtendratond.

of the should the necessities of to be disbanded. The liveliest sensibility was evinced should that They have Patlol\s. JunaoticedC' 'Our
ruin -
hut the prompt majority to an investigation had twelve thousand dollars! literary friends are invited to aid us ia our effortto J'
die time*,"aeon-ing: to the mad advice of some, throw by the !ldicrs, many of whom had fought under of the causes, with a view to a redressof navigation of the river to improve the render the ADVERTISER, useful ano agreeable. }

her alliance for protection? &..he'staadr.rd of his father the Chivalrous Joachin. The the $11400 appropriated The AnvERTisiR
the 8 ccding states upon grievances. But when this is denied I for a Light house : will be printed wish geod typo
following lines addressed Murat $20,000 for an Ar enbal on -a. royal sheet and will
to the on issued
on occasion the ;
are on of the and their as soon as
part majority, the a sum
right to river *
\Ve have looked over the proceedings qf the Virgin.Lonshturc from the pen of one of the officers of his legion. persist in such of that will cost about one hundred dent number subscribers are ,received. The term
and find that this patriotic state will act a course legislation is solemnly thousand-and I subscription arc S, annum if
Stanzas addressed to the Prince yet somesay am doing per paid within the
Mu/at, on taking every
'p 3 ainfihtat on the question of nullification.-She leave of his legion; by one of its officers." put in issue by the action of one qr more thing for St. Marks, and at St. Marks the first six months, and $5 if unpaid after that time.

15 land against the employment of sovereign States, it seems to me, the part L growlers that I The value of such paper to the merchants of this
tie one protest complain
I flon\] Adieu, but not forever, of am more friendly to I City, and Columbus.. Gco. and
wisdom also
not to to the of the
appeal sword for the different
force, anJ on the"other, as a party equally interested, It is not thus decreed, settlement Magnolia, and vice versa. As long,!. as I am i parts of the country tradinr with thi_ nl.,."*.... .. ..1.-
as sitter' slate, united for weal or woe, to the South We yet shall see thy banners wave, of such issue, but that an amicable permitted to remain hero I shall devote -- rtrtiiing medium must be admitted,-and ;the M Planter IM 0

V fbc will!implore-she will demand of Carolina to recede Where hostile legions' bleed, reference should be made to thermal tribunal whole tinitt with assiduity to the promotion my of it will afford highly useful information. **

rash and unadvised measures of resistance:, which formed and adopted the constitution, such Our friends are requested to forward their
f;am her We part, but soon shall meet again. measures as will tend to the general advertise.
tntil oery peaceable! renu-tl> has been tried, and then," Perchance on Freedom's battle plain. namely, the People of the States themselves.To sperity of the whole Territory. pro- ments for the first:: number.

ir it be found that the interests of the North and South refuse this, would be to discredit the fun- I will end Subscriptions when received,*to be forwarded to the .
Thy name which is a terror you a copy of these documentsas subscriber at Appalachicola.
it will be time to calculate thenlue damental
irreconcilable. truth, which lies at the foundation of *
ore To tyrants and their slaves soon as they are printed. will
They be R.
of the Union, and to resoh to the revolutionaryof all our institutions that the highly DINMORE WESTCOTT.
Shall be to beacon ; people are capable interesting to the
of secession: by the United South.A us a light of self people of Florida., Appalachicola fig, )
Above their lowly graves, government. Such a course is due With,great respect, Dec. 29. 1S32. S

arrived when it behoves to And thy father's spirit; it shall haTh to the members o'all, to the harmony of all, Your moat obedient serv't.JOS. 'EPH LAUD
has patriot has '
crisis A _. every. Star of thy future dcstinv. to the Constitution. to the Union. and what is .J just received and for sale ver>
,. I M. cheap 4 lx>xr>< shoes
forward in Udcnce oi tlie true principles of our WHITE. ; ) ,all kinds, brown domestics
come An awful the end and object of these, to Liberty itself. WM. WILSON assortment Lff!oaks ,
Government.-' he rashness which has precipitated storm is gathering ESQ. gen- assortment cotton and ilk urn

South CnroHna into m. asures calculated to dissolve our 'Mid the'nations of the earth, On you depends in a high degree tae future ... bacco.brellas ; 10 kegs goslien butter ; 20 boxes superior tot
destiny of this Mapiolia, December' 29th 4.
Who hi Republic. It is for 1832. IPt'.
that sullen wrath will send now Ham
Union, and uncompromising spirit, which you Patchism.-Some of the Julie Nullifiers -- -
jjj -
)looks: py to no other resort but an array of baynets, and Their marshall'd armies forth, to say, whether the brand of civil war shall be in this State are wonderfully and E:)>UCA riON.-Tue friends of 'Leon4cu4erny and

And desperate will be the strife thrown into the midst of these States-and surprised patrons of Literature fc-Sctwce/are informed
be that
pcrcin.vy: fcoldieis, arc equally to deprecated.- chagrined, that the Legislature of Georgia the exercises of that institution _
j.c proclamation: which e publish to-day, has been And great the waste of human lift. our: fireside&a// bathed in blood-cr whether, has had good sense 1st January. The will be resumed on tho. _
enough to condemn the Academy building has
understood by some as declaring the intention of theP That blood shall flow, a sacrificeAt trusting i to the wisdom and integrity of the preposterous course of South Carolina in recent repair, and apparatus has been procured undergone for the

csident to overwhelm Carolina by military\ force.- Freedom's altar shed, people. you will appeal to the States of the U- to Nullification. It is regard elucidation of subjects connected with the highest bran _

This roast be a forced construction.The President While despots will recoil with fear, nion, for the maintenance of that harmony and say, for not enough, they ches of a liberal education.
Georgia to
stand Those

b1StoO much prudence, too much patriotism, too much To mcik their myriads dead, !those State: Rights- in which! they have equal hands folded;, but she must_by Avpn an_ UHYh look on o, wits..rii I to signify: wishing their intention to enter as the soon Academy a* nn. .;M. requested

(, the horrible this v ho, where the pois'nous Upas waves interest with ourselves, and avert, if -- u 4Ml C7 **fc CllJU order .
ye"t\rd 'r consequences adopt course possible, censure the course-of her sister State, instead By of the Board of Tnu;; .
_With the internal disscntions of Caiolina, the Gen. Should rot in their dishonour'd graves.A the impending calamity of civil war. of following her JAMESA.COX.

tral G vcrnm nt can have nothing to do.-Any inter- glorious hour is brightening That your deliberations upon this important thin South Carolina footsteps through thick and P. S. Board maybe procured on moderate terms b,

this would the flann sof For the patriotic brave subject result in stands on the brink of. early application to the Principla of the'Academy. .
ftr'-1t:: In respect, spread ('h'I may a friendly and final set- t frightful precipice-if she : Pt allahassee:: December 29tk 1832.

war from the Potomac to the Mexican Gulf.-Tie: Pre. From Albion, to'Eurotas' banks, tlement of the limitations of power, in impart iff, it is her chooses to leap 192w:

lidentnil, not, *e are confident, go fui t her than to pro. Where Grecian laurels wave, ing new life and vigor to the Constitution and business-though we hope she F )R SALE.-On liberal terms a well selected me
survive die
m the
teet the r..dcul officers from vio'.cnce.-So far he nas our 'Ere long the dread alarum knell, m restoring the lost harmony of the y experiment. Because Sam U ""Y\hcr! library 29 and some miscellaneous books, by
Patch 1832. 194w
country jumped down H. P
Cordial proLati'in./ .-So far he will be sustained by A tale of woe and war shall telL. is the ardent and sincere wish of cataract of Niagara, ARER.
the American people, but they are not yet prepared for Not from one rock, or vale, or glen, I citizen. your it no reason that every body should- Nor, MIS. WILLIAMS iespectfully informs the public
I '
fte substitution: of military for civil rule, and defeat &. Hiall the awful summons be, because South 'arojua is about to swallow a t her school will re-open on the first day of
inevitably await that which shall firstyi:4uo But JOHN FLOYD. sword 23 inches long is it :7inuy: next. Six or e ght boarders can be accommoo
i!.:'n't party many a banncr'd host hall spurn any reason why her dvad on reasonable
: it.-In the firmness and modera'ion of the Their thraldom to be free. The message having been read, Mr. 3rod- sister States should expose their bowels to the terms. Dec. 29, 1832. 194w

:' jcuyur confidence is unimpared, and we trust Like Oc'an in its fiercest mood oaK offered the following resolution. same risk. For our part, (having taken a view THE subscriber has a hundred acres or more of su-

tbtihe return r'I* ood: sense of all parties will saeietwmtT. Will rise th' avenging multitude. Resolved, That a committee be appointed to of both precipices) we think there would he wotton land which he wishes to rent or

The frien Js of free take into consideration the relations less !Iase for a term of years, for which he will take part of
,, trade and state rights The uplifted voice of thousands I existing: danger in following the .example of the the crop or a moderate monied rent. The

|tare every thIn, TO hope from the change of opinion, From the ravcrn'd heights of Spain between the State of South Carolina and the renowned Patch, than in that of our neighbor. ,ser,can have any quality of excellent land.rentor(Indian or lea old

\ tiack is daily taking place at the north and west.- Shall tell of Riego's martyrdom, Government of the United States, the con..e- [Gco. Tel. !*Hd) easily prepared for cultivation, for which he

jTie people wi'l! not persist in "ron .Information is And chaunt his martial strain ; quences likely to result to each and to th> The Arkansas Gazette: of November 14 would be charged no rent the first year. The abnte

t %i:thaib vrantf d toinablc them to do right. Js. Yor Wiiile exiles from the land of song Commonwealth of Virginia especially, from : in speaking of the emigrating Indians 1"land tnn.is well adapted to thecultivalion of thc'Sea Island

.J NaiuunJ e.flampThirc will have free trade an Ordinance and says : p
reprcie Shall revenge their country's years of wrong. other proceedings adopted Our last information from Rock Roe the The person renting or leasing can be supplied wilh
:. es in the! next Congress.-Why then should the by a Convention general >
Farwell to thec, whose namecherish'd recently assembled in South ) rendezvous, of the Chootaw-, is to Sun corn to be paid for out of his crop of cotton.J. .
tttifcpairof: maintaining ht r rights in the councils o! Carolina, and a Proclamation W. DA BNEY"C'jw3nnec
Is in eac .heart by Jackson day morning latest at which time about 1000
:guuLonrTiitic! is nottheie can exist settled design President of the United Old Town, December 29tb 1332. 19tf
af the
i With fondest deep devotedness, consequent : emigrants: had reached that
.iiiepartof the! pcopc! to the South. point. upwards -
oppress Why thereon
From whom with grief vre prt ; lately addressed to the citizensof : ef 600 of whom came > in the F -1TY, liktly negroes can be purchased cn a credit
I 'ru1dtht! iste' of uj steam-
\cry ex e our Government be the United States i"one, two and three bond and
4 Where: eVr thy legion'd hot be ; and the communication boats Iteindrt and years. approved
laded nt a time, \\hcn the sentiments both of the | may by the Governor Henry Hill!!, and the remainder !*"-Il'itv to be eiven. Persons wishing to purchase will

jwdc' and the Thief Magistrate: afford assurances of The blood we shed) is shed for thee. of the Commonwealth-- on- -- ihp--. through ov land -I from- .. .Mi-mnhlj-- -,...bM' '} tyi*tU I apply' fur further informatieii; nn___ tr- ATr p____ \Vi1cnn.. .. .. ..,..<.;..VA. *u.*?
r. subject ; and that the said committee; report the military load. Near 2000 Floridian, or Mr. HaywUrd Tallahassee. 19tf
?, lomuraHe, and satisfactory adjustment of the such more, under col. _
Tin!qucsinn.prt VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. he measures as in their opinion it ma, R"ctor, landed on the west bank of the Mississippi TOTICAII persons are hereby nftified'and

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, expedient for Virginia to adopt-the propriety opposite Memphis, on the4th instant l' rvuuioned not to traJc for a note given by Daniel

>.r 7rtJf/T 'nrf.-TalIihassoe! kcy-CIub, first! December, 1832. } of recommending a general onventiqn and left for Rock Roe about 1200 in the U. S. M. Tordan, for upwards of thirteen hundred dollars, _

l,.fciBnl races COfltfleZCCdVednesday, Dectmber 19th To Ihe house of DelegatesI of the States-and such a declaration of our "tcamboat Archimedes, and the remainder nnp siren dollars! by John Bellamy for about 'five hundred a'nd ,,+
1 r views by t'rty an.llwo other
and notes
given Owen
J Bl opinions it 1 by IV. .
as be mdt
have may proper for her I with their horses, waggons, &;. and it is Pittman for forty of 'lit dollars eacli-all
received from the Go.ernor to payable to
FIJi day: thrcr mile heats, Jockey.Club! purse>300 of the express in the present fearful impending crisis probable that all hud reached that the late Thomas Delphy Dec. 5th., And tUejr are more..-

'rancc $20-two entries. Commonwealth of South Carolina, with a re- for the protection of the rights of the States Sunday last. It i is not known point on over cautioned against trading for any other notes given ,

M' Willis AIson's: S. II. Murklc John, five years qufst to lay before you, an official document the restoration of harmany, and the these emigrants at \\hat time to the said decedent, as the above and others not
preservation looked
containins: an Ordinance of the may for here ; but known, are wrongfully withheld from the subscriber
J 11m ; dam by Potomac, adopted by a conven- Union. we thik / ,
fcCnufcrd tion of the of that State I After : they are expected at the close of this rerain persons. SAMUEL M' rURTRA Y .id'Im-.
K. II. Platoff people convened
Sprawl's six years old, according cori-iderahle discussion on the sub- week. ( uiney, December 29th 1S32. 19tf

'i 'Kuaasko.dam: by Hephe&tion.BFafifr to the'r constitution! and laws, to take ject, the resolution was adopted, ami the fol '"i -' _-M: M1oL .. "

neibs. i i under coiiMderation all the Tariff laws passedby lowing committee I appointed-Messrs. Brod-
1 i: John I J Olbs. 2 bolted the Conjrrcss of the United States, for the nax, Dad-, Gholson, Wallace Died i' THD. H. DUBOSE pl'ff. ) -
Randolph Gil- at the
residence of David vs
I-, .. .! first heat 6m Ca second heat' 6m 12s protection of certain species of labor.- and to iner, Faulkner, Moore. -Miller.'-;-'--- .\f'.ltnn7 ; county. 'on the 16i.11 insL1112"_ __, UcJulridsden ._ r, JJ'7.1 fee !:nL::1'I qr.'T'U in BENJAMIN HOLDEV n"Ot. \}fa JHtachmtnt. _
J *M< l ILUll -- n '- -- -
Jltile John lviltfl! in tht lastcllwrtcrof the second determine their constitutionality.; Brown, of S.V"INSLOV, in the 75th uutufkUJJ* i. li interested .J '
upon Petersburg, Goode and M'Coy. year of her age-she ws 4LL persons are hereby notified that sa)<$
f h..iking R spirited run at Platnff. It will be perceived (from the document pre- a native: of Massachusetts; but for early forty years a hath this day been commenced by attachment
bl resident of _ _
clay: two mile heats Fayetteville C., and for the last GEORGE HAWKINS
TockeyClub purse 8200 Hefted to you that. South Carolina, acting in WASHINGTON Dec. 11 in Florida. She six years ..
':Ute: l5-five entries. 1832. been called in the Providence of ..qtoriwjforPlanIi.
!.WillisA:5ton'8; : her sovereign capacity. in tint Convention of Dear SirThe first subject I had taken G<'d, to struggle fo ra long period against the infirmities .December 29th 1812. 19tf
: G. H.
SV Andrew three up
the has rf a delicate -
people, now tho laws and enfeebledframe -
e un- referred ,Vhiclihadberngreat
the -
t dam by .Miranda.i con titutional and not Jaw, and by various was Canal Bill, for the contemplated I ly ameliorated by the clinrnt? of Floriila. She was Regular Parket from s:. Mirks to Nn -Dr cnu.

Crawford Sprowl'sB. H. Gen. Andrew Jack. forbidden the enactments communication between Appalach-I endowed with high-intellectual acquirements and THE new schr. Lady Washington, P. H. Swaim;!
"*I sa attempt On the part of i icola and St. Andrews. An sessed a piety which pos- will between
year old, by Timoleon, dam I by Whip. rder was made was fervent, without ostentation, ply thia and New-Orana _
JkT.R. eUon's Ch. G. Choctaw Simi the Federal Government to carry them into in the Senate to day. to print bigotry prejudice, although she was devotedly at- as a regular packet/during this season. :v o'
aged, by every interesting For ? _
execution within the limits lashed! to the Epscopal: church freight or
of her having
wlTCreek" territory after document on the subject of the all denominations of passage elegant accommoda -
': *fc Ispanolia. the first day of February next. improvement Christians were respected by her. ,December 17, 1832' apply to the captain on board or to E. SEIXA3
from the
i tVt'sB. G. Sam Patch, five years old, by Mississippi, eastward to Pensaco- Departed this life at Lake Laura, Leon Magnolia. December 29th 183'L' 19tf .

ki AIram! ,br -ir.nniiic,'dam-. Before taking that step our sister state repeatedly : I la, and thnce to Appalachicola. I caused ritory of Florida,on Tuesday the 4th day: of county Dec 1832, W-, SCH0OL ...

)Ir. Richard protested, and pressed her memorials extracts be at 6 o'clock P.M.., MARY TALBOT THE LANDS-In Leon county,*ill be
Hlyward's Ch. G. John of Gaunl' to made from the BLOCKER, out in the of ,
r *! manuscript pars wife of John on the lst4'
f 5 ly Tim ] upon the consideration of Congress, locker, aged forty three months -
onn, dam jjy Potomac. earnestly p of the Provincial Government and years January next. THOS BROWN
of We-t 26 )
Gen.jj days, after a severe illness of 21. m191w
drew Jackson HSlbs.I I entreating them to abandon laws so; loirda. It days which *. PARISH .
Err *ndl't. unequal is a very singular-fact, that. no one she bore with Christian fortitude. She died in full as S :::

66 dis. and unjust in their operations, presenting in in this country knew of the existence of hese ; surance of happy immortality, she lived the life and ,-rOTICE.--8ix. we ks after date applicatinn wd] be
S\ 121 dis. tho clearest and and died the death of the righteous. 1 mad
: strongest terms most vivid records before 1S29, when I procured the original to honourable the county court for ihe
rmPi : colours the of On the same day and at the hour county of Leon for letters _
107 dis. scene utterruin, and desolation letter Books in same at Fort Saint of administration -on lift
JohnofGaunt; which are recorded all Marks, Florida Doctor
BENJAMIN estate William Hall
of said
121 dis. which must ensuo to her if they persist in the VVINN county. _
Time,4cn 3s correspondence of -the British Ministry consort of Mary Caroline Winn, of the droj Tallahasse, December 29th 1832. 106vr.
Gen. Andrew Jackson: distancing the building up a system so unequal arid And who full -
&1J the first oppres with the 'Jovernora of Florida. It is a ftill sy. gave assurances of. his acceptance

TJdday ieat. I I sive.All more singular, circumstance that in 1826 when with GcxL. FOR__ SALE.-CEMEXT.1-3OOcaskahydraue..., r>: [ T .T m "
I -- uo
one mile heats .Club uftwrf. TT n-Ltdii. QU
Jockcy purse $100 this has been disregarded that jyiarks, or to
Jlr1r.ce $ entries. by body ; I was labonng: to attract the attention of Congress SPORTSMEN'S NOTICE. Decemoer29thU532. 19tf 'ROBERT-LYON. _
Mr. R. which from being the deputies or lents of to the communication from I iCF Direvtujufer
G. the1 Mississippi using the' CKitieniaigi
Ri'k's ** Hal Ihjdrauli*
darn :& Junius, aged, by the states, aspire to control their principles, and eastward. I cemeai.-Clean sand should be
by__. supposed, I was.the first provIdedtree from loam?
Mr. to limit their own power only by the construction who or should be carefully'attended to. If sand
C.Spro"'I's person it, and
proposed I
have from
G. G. Bob Cotton, aged, by Kos- the of their cannot be procured clean, it'should be washed* TtCe .
tiuso majority
,c"in by. own body may think -that moment to this, encountered. all the. ridicule white beach sand, free from ,salt, is best. To
IUr.ril1it proper to give to the Constitution. of the Noodles bushel of the Cement ever/ _
; Aluoll's B. F. ftggy, four years old, by and Doodles who revile add one bushel of sand, and.- .

dZZckle 1obn, dam by Potomar! During the war of the re volution which ma'dc every thing.that they do not comprehend, and .. sufficient quantity of water'to.make it of the .consisv _
tt. the states of this p ency common lime,mortar-It is
MB free fit
confederacy and indepen from other then for use f but -
:KM"' *-Baloney's. B. Weasel. aged by ,p dent. and gave them a name and rank envy or ., cause,; casfodiuu; upon all ,I should_not be kept more than three or four hours bfefccO'
1Janil1l among new projects. it is used. The sun sboukTbe excluded .
I2llbs. 211 the nations of the earth, S.' C. the land of I i: find now, that this projected improvement t F if convenient, but water may be admitted:several in three days

M&gy 97 122 Simipter and of Marion, stood firm and displayed seriously: ,engaged the' deliberations of A heats Sweepstake, for three yean old colts, three mile four hours after the stone is laid, if n convenient of tb*_,
the entrance $1000
obCotlon in the fieli of battle deeds forfeit, to be run over keep out longer.: If brick is nsed insteadot"ltaD' !"
of British Cabinet the
121 valor half Tallahassee Course
Weese 333 a a century ago, and that! ; the Tuesday preceding the tney should be well saturated with
water to
.. I 4 dis. which have shed a blaze of clorv nvor. fi.."r. engineers was then examine ; next annual races-list to close the 4th the cement from prertat _
-: -" sent to __n__ _it._ _Tf. tb..... day of July setting too soon. When bride boild __ __
.&" fift heat 2m, second heat 2m, third heat 2mtU3Won name, gaining renown for her heroes and immortality revolution had' not 'occurred when it did, the ed next the-three,day entries before the to make a race, the colt to be nam ings are to be covered with"the Cement in imitation oT -_ _

for the wisdom of her legislator internal navigation f Irorn all the Western Statesto made.' races. Three entries already stone, the walls should be wet, and excluded a fey

J-1111 reeL the second heat by 91ches, and the 3d She has taken ths step, justified a* she avers Pensacola would lave,; been ,consummated, T jus.will be one of the most splendid sweepstakes on.days from Red or the yellow sun, if ochre possible, lampblack, after the, Cement laid '- __ __ __

Liat: by the Constitution which recognizing her as and the whole"comnleice of that immense re ever ron for in the Unjted States ; and "il attract the or other colouring substance, mar be used copperatfwuter.to give dii! _

: mile,heats, best three in five:, free-for all a Sovereign party to the instrument, ftuaran gion would have beei thrown the northern notice of gentlemen who are fond of encouraging the ferent shades, or dusted withtend.: Cisterns tank
upon tparlt of the turf in ?
PrOprietors purse $500-entrance jiG-four tees to her in virtue of her reserved coast of the Gulf Mexico. every part of the,Unioh. can be constructed by laying atone or hard brick ift J.' _
powersas ff cut of 12 THOMAS BROWN the Cement
.. :__ tertiary. and plaistering the inside. ,Another *
dr.C. such, the right to jUdge of the infractions or 14 miles ,will coinect, the Mississippi and -December-. 29th 1832.' .io.r., thod- IS tn. Intr tn. .. .;_"t.V/w. ...n....._!. _.n.- -* _:znebrick .*-
SPrOwI'aPlatofl *r -- -j v. "-" UI
Mr.\V.'AlatOn'a Muc.kle, 1181ds. 1211 of f the ('ompnct..and the mode and measure of the Appalachicola, pnd the whole border of '. FOR:; SALK.-Jun received in common lithe TT mortar r r leaving* a space of single two

.1. Sam John, 104 2 1 boltevFort' redress. West Florida woull be one scene of activity Brig TaUahissee, from inches between them ; this is to .be packed (nfl.of dry *. _______

T iznefirat Patch 101 332 2 Many questions of deep import hare,heretofore trade and cbmmerrel' New York, anew!Stanhope clay, or leaving the space betweeirthewallaab unonc.
heat, Ira '5s, second heat 1m 55s, third ablated these Buggie. Brass motnted with inch,' and filled with Cement,by adding a little mold '' _

!:*-..,f'ounh beat 2m 4s.dte'r states, but none have equal- These papers will'nresent I the subject in soimposing -'- -. harness complete forbae horse, water to make it semi-liquid, and the inside'plaistered t _
*first heat l ld this in importance, either in the interest it form 'tNat .v-- with shifting and withCernent., The'inside wflniay' be also laid -
: was won by PlatofT; by five feet and a a large capital may be top fide lamps, nr
>M ought to excite the of first rate Cement,..and plkistered i ihia..b be adopted iftnere'is
heat by Muckle John three among people, or in the ef- had i in the North andEast, for iU accomplishment workmtnihip, for '
fceL In
**tett by the feds it may produce this I sale cheap. Apply to '_ a pressure from the outside. .. The wall ah"M"
,-- Muckle John bolted at the stand, and was upon Confederacy. a' i'" i C. C. fviLLIAMS. laid on a board bottom, or day end_atone well poou& ,
batk. A sovereign State has spoken her sentiment We.. shall December 29th. 1832. ed together then covered
; and it was thought, would'have saved this year get an'additional_ appropriation 196* whK stone orbridtand i
tq.4t&aee had in relation: totbis subject, and has pronounced for the plaistered the'ai e as the. cH. 1 The water
not bolted again in the second Arsenal. AN D.-A' valuable tract of land, is oft mavbe.
L red
quar- fni'aa1econtaining in
those laws unconstitutional. ; thre*, (fonr days after the work b
Sb :
uld force I have ;
be ; 72Oacies-eitherin
I bill
a drawti 'and submitted to the part or whole whed. 1 A ,.

JIate-1)etr&ck 'Iris new, bu in be order ; aDd is one resorted to by the Federal ovprnment, th. committee of roads'abd' canals: for a road I Monticello to suit purchasers in Jefferson said tract is adjoining ile town 01 This Cement can bensedtH a j sitnat1on and kzr -

Over a mile. The weather horror of the scenes hereafter to be witnessed from the county, Florida,- on aid land "liny purpose, to which other
was very fine, and maL Alabama'line to App lacbi ola, and I there is about 50 acres cleared,and any blortar r Cement

--rca"| ers attended from a diat&Deeno accident cannot now be pictured, even by the affrighted another bill which I "111) have introduced in the by Dr. Holt, on the part near the town.occupied Persons at present wishing ,,' n.beappd' ; *re hdWillIie. found 4iii l1 nat superi.inytioretof .

THOMAS BROWN irnugufttion. / Senate to purchase will please to examine muse. _. ,
appropriating-five thousand dollars. tort lands: and ForAtl.tlt. laift'Dei .-Mix
&trt117 a4 'Ih genius and spirit of institutions afe'wholly ': apply to the undersigned, who will give a b Cement with half ball'a bW rtfr r
\If Prcprieu- move :the obstruction in, the Ocklocknj, great P. a ou&nei oreood "fand.one \ : .-
the .of.. .
,in same for cash ,
: gam or on time ,
adverse by aJlowfniDU .
': i to such a step, and ought not and ten thousand' bushel dean beach sand to the' '
the of the ; '
!cZt to improve navigation est on purchase, If '
M"!'", .for; many*years an sklent of this to permit.the / of look money. mt.disposed of:hi a plaistenng! mortar. It will takVanvi I J
mine any to in that dir c.1 : the Ocilla'and" Wacisia. short ume--a small portion! of said land thV and makes Ii: _

Ryohttion late17! upon the announccfnect of the tion, for'what surety'baa anr.'state for her ex- I: Proposition* will ilsobe.made. the bent toWn, 'will be latd off.:znto' lots corresponding adjoIiing! the- ,shouldb.iaidon a most'.beautiful w afl, lik&itd& z,. _
| ;
*f JaJr.1830, 'tailed for ,Europei lateoce. w a if -difference> J saidtawn, and sold on'the first davufpeoMiieriie n.rt.rlD %inal'lhrilU e i.il1)'to :/_ _
wvcreign. a .. of opin | efit of East and Wfist loridaT; and no exertion .I;-apply to BETTOr EMORYi Ivx at a timemcre. b ,._, 1
fy ,:m th cou o ottbe dar. .'. -w_'-.... ., _

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mutthtLUF t.A4PiOWNLOTS.-: NEWSTORE i T VUV4 ht ;.".
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.t r ; :' Wil be offered at public auction on Monday th a large and gateral' o. '' '.

a dayoDmbr18U,1fletOWflOf L Moni kello, IN QUIWCY. Mack cloths! blue Wack, R S? :.. t{'

1, Jefferson County Florida, about 700. acres of raluabU neb plum and .t,eL -, '.:

fend lying aid adjoining mid V fiV" 80 ** town Iou THE subecnber! "! .has just removed' from Tallahassee blue striped. sSfe ,Ji
ituated in teud town, The land Will offered in tract is pow opening at the corner store formerly occupied i mLEedrauJifyjng | '' iY-'f.

80 acre each and the term Will be made known on by Messrs. J.& B. P. Petty, aDd'opposite Mrs. ed .&, 'D ita b1ac1 j1 '

J$ the day of sale. The. ahora load a&djota will be soM Units long established and well known hotel, silk vesting fancy do,water iIJi.. .

ii' of'attorney' from Lawrence HUL A LARGE AN GENEltAL1Im ed do.,blaCk silk velvet, plai ..a.D .,

d I .. :rhetitlesareC and inditpuUibK and will be ahown W"a' "erteea blue g hair mIst l''.,'..-. '
1& the day of sate. TURBUTT R. BETTON,' silk suapenders goYe31 beaTer '
ii -1. P. HILL. STAPLE DRT-GOQlJS. I state ) l' I ,.,-
LAWRENCE rigt aDd IiIt.uv.Q ic1I
r 1Je
': RACES,-Over the Marianna Ceurse Will -- A. '
',:::r ber 16th,1832. ._17tdL Which lure in part as foliowf.-lafest fashioned and best _w_ commence' on Wednesday the 93d day of January and Re- I kerchiefs ready-made coats,can IIf ; ."
v "chince and oil coloured and sold wholesale en shirt, figured and J' : l'i
"' quality calicoes- 8orcariMKCLOTBI i i I next and continue lour days-first day, the Jockey- MADE plain ,
*'; Storage; Commission Bussmess.fb. AJrD CAsaniKTn-.ready made clothing,Marino Club purse of $250-3 mile, heats entrance $20.-2d !, Frederick county, Md. by C Herstan, i,the I late fa43.. ,AIM hkE are C DAir .

shawls and handkerchiefs, silk and flag do., rAsrnoxA- day bnllance of the Jockey-Club purse $ -mile concerned'in the Paten with Dr. JadJunc- ftt ? r.eDds &JJU ftvtjf y,ustome n oft -th6 .

ILL BONNETS, with black ostrirh feathers and rich ribbons heats, best 3 in 5 ; entrance 915.1 I -3d day, the entrance The above Ointment is offered to the. public as a terms. Tbeaubacribenare aIaoJI'Ih ,r

Wi i for trimmings,with variety of'other articles tooted money of the hat, 2d, and 3d days races, mile ale and certain remedy for those obstinate diseases after workmen, and will make i up :.
to e.umerate.GROCERmS&C. heats of which have baffled the skill of medical the latest fashions, toll
entrance $10.-4th day a sweepstake, 2 year some so long November Be. .Be Bf '
e old colts-race may be expected.-Entrance $50. science. 20th 1832. ; */;
."l.v ujscribcrs art. ro w erecting a large and November 20th 1832. 14tf 1st White Swellings every description.2d ** t F

commodious Ware-House with a Patent Cotton Has also in the line, just received from Or- Sore Legs and Ulcers of long standing. STORAGE &t} -
Rreaa for the purpose packing cotton and skins and leani in addition to grocery his old stock,hams and sides, 4 SWEEP STAKE, free for all hones of all ages, 3d Schirrusor Glandular Tumours particularlythose K ERR & STURGES haTe .
compressing Cotton for shipment it will be in operation fine Jour, white leaf-lard. super 1Il carryingpne hundred pounds,is open on Saturdaynext hardened tumours in women's breasts which often ware-house. at St. MarkeCOQs az4r01 A:

I in a short time. They are now ready to pur- GOSHEN the 22d inst. ; one mile heats, entrance $ -to times terminate in ulcerated eancers. I cotton on storage or for shipment i
diase Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton stored CHEESE AND BUTTER. be run for over Tallahassee course on Friday the 4th Felons or what some people know by the name fair advaijces on delivery w hen a.nct y will mabr

with them for shipment to any port in the U. S. A. Best quality of:Havanah green coffee,sperm candles, 28th inst.-Three entrances necessary to make a race. of Catarrhs of every description.5th forward.and consign the some to ."the'lnalJowecS\ .CO',

.Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the!feeaUon very fine smoked Scotch herrings, pippin apples, irish THOMAS BROWN Secretory. Rheumatic Pains of the joints. Ports, -to1"e1f-0r1e8Ds'C.al-t-,' !- tOn-"

which they do not exact if they become the pur- potatKS, old coginac brandy, do.Holland gin, Jamaica December 15th 1832. 172w 6th Sprains and Bruises of every description or in N ew-York, ProvIdence' Li1'erpoot !.B Jd 2?' !

cfaasars. They have a number of first rate vessels engaged spirit neet as imported, old apple brandy, Mononga- whatever situate. OD all Consignments they will'eh ,
to freight for them to New Orleans, New York, hela whiskey 7 years old. Which together with a variety JUST received per..brig Good Return from Balti- 7th Tetters part of all kinds. In this complaint. the patient foi guarantee sales, and wiDbe' !,

end Charleston, and they will engage to carry freight of other articles constitute a complete assortment in applying the Ointment must keep the pan owners. for any loss sustaej to ilia (
to those places as low as any vessels in the trade, and i is well calculatedlo suit the inhabitants of Q.uincyand 52 Boxes, half boxes, and qr.boxes, bunch raisings, of any neglect on their theft thrti 'r'
water'8th pan
Out a1fectingi
And no charge will be made for lightering of Cotton its vicinity.The 10 Kegs, and half kegs. 2o.I Chilblains, or affected by frost.It august 28th 1832. _. .:

shipped by them. J. G. & N. HAMLEN. highest prices will be given for COTTON, SUGAR, 4 5 Boxes Jars, and fire half crackers jars grapes, is also one of the parts best remedies for Burns and t- ..' '

Magnoli(1, OCI. 9. 1832. 8tf. HIS IS.. SKINS., FORS.. AND ALL OTHEE COUXTRT FRODOCB.-- Scalds. It eases the pain and dcaws the fire out in a TEN DOLLARS REWARD;: ft'
-,- JAMES C.ECCLE8. 500 Cocoa nuts, filberts, palm nuts, cigars &e. on the Oth Augu 't: f
XEJVGOOD8.JOSbPtlLA.DD. December 1st 1832. 15tf.KERR All of which is offered cheap for cash. short time. named tALEN about flepa. .
and Glandular ; "
Dec 8, J832. 16t( R.K. WEST. For Inflamed Women's Breasts, slender made I llht coiapr.J "
if. is to rredicine yet known to
&STURGES have lately received, and Swellings superior any "&

on hand.at their stores Tallahassee and MORE ffEW GOODS. the medical faculty It is much safer than mercurialof does fuileyesnaymwwth,1; Crome.hewiDJ thbaii'fj '..

H.I t\r. siuiiicr iJt/I: el h eDa, Su.'Ai: arks;the following articles merchandise, viz: any prepartipu of that material,) because it __ _give the above reward to hue '
a new and compleU -upJ.ly olCivt i 125 Pie Cotton Bagging, the great variety of goods received in this not lay the patient liable to injcry from expose' to i in any jail I so that I ge him again ADd hita se

riet, English anJ domestic Dry-Good, Herdtexrt, bO-Coils Bale Rope, AMONG .season, and which are offered low for cold.This charges if brought home. He will no; rea ;
Cc.c.., which with fcis former Block will be sold cheap 200 lbs. Bailing Twine, cash, there will be found, at the new store of the subscriber Ointment has cured sores of many fears stand- or who he belongs to. DANIEL 01I1a GAnWDo
heal the
fprca 8000 Ibs.Bacon, Sides and Hams, N.).3 Exchange-street a choice lot of fancy ing. Where it is impossible or imprudent to I have for sale a stiong healthy .

Calk and the highest market price paid fo- Cotton.Magn 30 brls. Mess,and Prime Pork, Cloths and Cassimers, a part of which they will men external sore, in consequence of the bone becoming of age, who served a regular ap/riwLahJp,.
.,lio, December 8lh 1832. 16tf GO Kegs Leaf Lard, tion. cari..ua or rotten, ii will stop the progress of the caries, jiin' business. at At
increase the of the the offensive D.G
l'BACHEll \ ANTED.-The trustees of the 30 brls. Monongahela and common Whiskey, Superblue, crape Finished,Broad Cloths, quantity and the discharge. remove December 1st 1832.ONE 15 ;
rmell ease pain.It "
A 5 :rls. Baltimore Gin, do. Velvet do.
desire to obtain a teacher
Jtflcrsoi< county academy, the Whitlow
cures wont Felons en an application HUNDRED DOLLARS
Jamaica and New-Orleans Rum Patent finished 'VeMof England Black do.
well qualified to take charge of this institution. ( ) of 48 hours.Rheumatisms RE.
I 10 brls. Molasses. do. fine Olive do do do. ttanawayl ,omhe J
Jthe of the institution offer ml to the cri-
prospects vantages which have sto d long w to becomea
ber living at little
teacher if 20 brls. Superfine Flour, do Cinainon Brown, do. bear-wek milla,D Ja
talented and experienced equal, not superior J disorder. medicine to be taken inwardly -
Monticcllo has be 40 'hi Is. Mackerel, Nos. 1 and 3, Bottle Green, do. systematic requires .., son county, West Florida sometnu about.
in the to
to territory. ;
them But most
any to remove entirely. common the first of
April last
I 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum Salt Saxony blue do. a negro man'&"
the able and educate
willing to
Very healthy- people arc this Ointment directed
and sihool established here might well Which together with a general assortment of Groceries La vender Drab, and Dove colored Cassimere, cases by applying externally a* C.nto. about 23 years of are, near six'f .,
a wbus
and of the neighbouring txpecithe counties. : ,Dry Goods,Hardware,Crockery ware,Casting A variety of silk Vestings, (new patterns.) it will give: relief And even ifi old people, the .hIgh, well made, dark complexion hasthkfc '
patronage support pains! have been of longer standing, it ease lips, lo Ys, down when spoken to raiaec
Ail the science usually taught i in the best organized Iron assorted, Cast, German, and Blistered Steele-- Flag handkerchiefs, Pungee do. ,was in Sooth
schools and academies, will be taught here. Applicants r they offer to their customers and the public at fair White and fancy cravats, pain.To and of vessels this ointment' Carolina,can converse as well as most negroes went
sea captains masters off with some cotton home-spun
unimpeachable crtt'eiitials of prices. ausust 28th 1832. 2tf 4 Dozen fine fashionable linen shirts, clothing,he istuppo*
musi present be valuable in winter coast it being
must very on our ed to be harboured by some dishonest
do do Bosoms Twa
Character and qualifications,and none need apply with HENRY BOND,-Offeik for sale COTTON Gentlemens' silk & Merino half hose, very certain in its effects on Chilblains or parts affected bove reward of $100 will be paid for person.information of>

out. made by Mr. John Schly, of Louisville, with frost likewise preserves its qua lilies in all climates white concealing him '
person that
; Communications be addressed to either of thetastees. I do Cotton and Angola do any ,so it toes tft
may Ga., from 35 to 50 saws,-Also, 2 Alexander's Florida their conviction,or twenty-five dollars for .
Silk and silk Velvet Stocks latest fashions.In the
ABU All AM BELLAMY. the above Gins will be sold reasonable I A of testimony the value of this appr.
; on terms large mass proving hension and delivery of said negro to the
addition to the above they offer a splendid assortment subscriber
6 months for most excellent medicine will be shevvu to ihone who
nt good JOSEPH !
of Ready mai'e Clothing, mnnufacted in the latest HOWELL
THOMAS I Scotch and wish further information to Dr Hers-
Bogging, Kentucky, on application December 8th 1832.
the work and materials! of which 1611
i WILLIAM il. MATHERS I style, they warrant -
and Twine of his authorized
D.sle tons. to
Ky. Rope or any agents.
: to be genuine. -Consisting of blue, black
L. R. HOLT. Sii .xr Boilers of small sizes. super The above medicine sold by special appointment-of C OT10N GINS.-CAMPBELL & GLAZE of
_Monticello, Florida, 8th Dwmber 1832. 16tf i iT&U8 400 .Sacks blown and ground Liverpool Salt, J!rown,Cinamon and Olive Dress Coats, do Frocks, the patentee and warranted genuine. Louisville Georgia are engaged at theft well
silk Velvet Vests
do Pants &c. Florentine silk ditto
50 Do. Coarse Alum E. B. PERKINS. DRUGGIST. known establishment at the above place in the
TEES SALL.-A<:re(:itl ; to a deed of trust i Valencia and Marseilles, all of wnich they will sell mAnU
Flour Bacon Lard &c. i Tallahassee.. February 24th 1831, 27tf. facture of cotton gins, of a very superiorqoa1ity.I1
I to me by Richard Lloyd, in favcur of low for cash. R. B. & J. B. BULL, .
'v.Harrison, I shall expose to public sale,for cash, Tallahassee: sept. 18, 18U.: 5if. November22d 1832. 14tf is their intention to keep a c constant supply,at Tallai
RKMEDY FOR RH Ul\lATISl\l. hassee and Florida
Q.nincy, ,and to meet all,orders ia
M the court house door in the town of duinry, Gad&-
SALE.-By virtue of a writ of their line with .
excruciating pain-the decrepitude and defor promptness.-Gins of their manufao-
the 29th of December MARSHAL'S
den on Saturday day THE
county Jack Arch Dave Jib Ar- issued from the clerk3 office : WANTED: and the premature old age, which' are the ture are warranted to work weU with good usage.-
the following negi-oes-iz; : ,
of die Superior\ Court for the county of Leon, and to usual attendants of the disorder are suffered by They take this opportunity to state that there
and her children and Mariah many is no
Xcr, Dilly, Katy, two ,orQO ETjycD O iBSKB'StSIlB direted I shall to sale to the bidder kind
said will the amount ofwcity.SiX me expose highest from despair of a cure, or disappointment in the efficacy other establishment of the, in Louisville, and that
many of hundred negroes dollars as with satisfy interest antI! cost. far cash, in front of the court House, in the city .t and moral habits. K. B. IJ.. B. of the numerous pretended antidotes to effect this all gins made at that place art of their manufacture.

\ Tallahassee, in the couuty of Leon, on the arst Saturday November 13th 1832.
H. WILDER trustee. OMINISTRATORtt NOTICE. All purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of 1313m ,A
A --
Lot No. 8 of persons
in January next. fractional secto* I
duincy. Drrt'm1-r 8h 1832. 16tds _having demands against the estate of Ed"'d. DR. JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT, SALE OR RSNT '
-----..--.----- \'J. 7, township 2, range J, north and west, containing any FOR <-The tract oflan*co'
J. G. lC N. HAMI INt 30 acres more or less, in the county of Leon, levied un GiUhrut! deceased, will present theni legally authenti- even in cases of long standing. and of the most severe the subscriber resides, containing'860.
as the of John \V. Levinus, to satisfy an exo- cated within the time prescribed by law, or they will character have received certain relief, and many have cres. Tw o hundred and rixty-ve eres dcartd cad
HAVE. nxuvtd from ikw.O,1euni, aId offer cutionin property favour of Robert Butler: John W. Levi t Ix forever barred of recovery, and all those indebtedwill been cured in a few days, some in 24 boars! as a number under good fences. Their are 'eight acres of segu*

nus. Sale to take place within the hours prescribed bv l make immediate payment to the subscriber.JAS. of persons in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly cane ; 15 hundred bosbels of corn,and a qwuJlity qC*

50 Bbls. old whiskey, law. JAMES HUGHES, D. M. for M. GILCHRIST, Adm'tor. afflicted with Rheumatism have very folly testi fodder. A small stock of cattle,and hogiaoiI1aM.4

I 100 Fine Kentucky bagjingv T.E. RANDOLPH, MarshaL December 1st 1832 158w tied Certificates are in the possession of the Proprietor be sold w ith the land. 'S be terms for the

100 Coils bale rope, proving the mosuhorongh and surprising cures by liberal. Persons wishing to '
December 1st 1832. latds. very purchase ]
fiO Bbls. new flour, THE NORTHERN MAIL S'fAGE.LeavesthePlanters'Hotel. means of this powerful LINIMENT. in cases where call and examine the present crop which is landi I'

IOU hds. Bacon, Territory Florida,Middle K-*" 13th 1S32. eve other approved applications had utterly (ailed.DUllFRIE'S in Florida-the- situation is pleasant and : .

!O Sacks coffee, District, Gadsdrn County. ( ry Monday and Friday 3 A. EYE WATER any in Florida. PETER C.HARI '

50 Bbls. Rum, ADAM HUNTER, ) M M., and will arrive at Milledge- For More or inflamed Eyes give immediate eaae and Tallahassee,October 1802.JrCP + .7ffL _
k .>l) Sacks Salt, vs' yule by 12 A. M. the follow- The editor of the Columbia Tdesc.r 'w3 '
E 15 Boxes tobacco LOCKWOOb SHELTON, I fIn in "i Lursdays and Mondays, making the trip in a little .-Where the complaint has been of standing, please give the above six insertions, and fbnrsrfls*
20 begs do. WILLIAM H. ELL!s. J JON more than three days-The line has been very much and in bad the years : 'ieunt to this office. PtQ.il '
l\lngt. l na,November, ftth IBM. fl3lf motion, of the complainant by his attorney, and improved by the addition of new coaches-and extra some exceeding cae most unexpected
-w- and desirable relief has been found in the use of this ATTENTION.subsciibert.
SALE.-Will be sold to the highest itanpcarin'r the court that the defendants do teams of horses-for seats apply at the store of C. water. alter other had failed. WORTHY
every remedy Many her house and lots in &hi fan"!
reeide in this it is ordered that unless
not Territory ,
of the house in C. 'Ti'liams-aW baggage and parcels the risk of the
bidder for cosh, in front court croons who have used i it, pronounce it the best Gadsden
pre- It U'.adk
said defendants the bill Quincy, county. is an exeeU
answer complainants 011 01
: of the R. SHAW
in owners same.
the s.ownof Q.uincyonthefirst .jaturday January Agent. aration for these have with
; complaints they ever met
bnsines3 &
has been and ad hwru
.fifth Ai'.rch the vantagconsJy
before of
the twent next, samewilibe ;
day 20th
114 115 and ) 1832. 14tf
lotsNo. 10 1 09 110 111 112 ,
: next- specially in cases of soreness cr inflamation oblong house of entertainment. AIsea!
the as a public
taken for confessed and matters thereof jtet'section
11 9,in the town of Quincy the property of HEZE&IAH standing. Price 25 cents "t'Ottle. .
a :
of Florida Middle of first land acrsulCUl'
70 80
decreed accordingly,and it is further ordered, that a Territory J-v rate having or
WILDER, the west half of section 26, T. 3 ov' 12lhv 1832. None unless
are genuine signed m the out side .
of this order be published in sonic authorised District, Gadsden County. }) livation, immediately! adpinln the tows
range 4,containg 270 acres-lot No.7,section 3, town- copy of this district once week for four months. ILLIAM D. HARRISON printed wrap] er,by the sole propiietor. T. KIDDER. crop of corn and fodder, and the stock of 14Ji
acres-lot No. 2 section newspaper ; )
eJiip 2, 7. containing SO immediate successor to the lata Dr. W. T,
range Conway
R. C. LESTER clerk and roaster in equity. ts: Sin Equity.JI ,cattle,with household ff kitchen furniture. Fe4',
13 township 2 7,containing bO acres,-lot No. For sale at his Room.
f range Novrmber2Oth 1832. 144maFOR HN C. ARMISTEAD. J Counting over No 99Court : apply to John K. Campbell Esqr, TaDahsssMLlar *
t 7;section 13, township 2, range 7, containing 80 acres, the street, near Concert Hall Boston,and also by his special the subscriber on the premises, SARAH BUlL
-lot No. 4, section 13 township 2*range?, containing T FhIday came parties by their attorneys, and appointment by No3..
., RENT.. I hat large and well fi. the his and ( Tallahassee, October 9th 832. ..
complainant, by leave of
80 acres-lotNo. 3, section 13, township 2, range 7, : house situated attorney, by E. B PERKINS. 1I
on Mon- '
con taking 160 acres. The above described land is : Lwo-story now occupied by Henry C. Ash- defendant the court amended John C. his Armistead.bill, suggesting And, the that death Marcus of the A. Druggist. I FOR SALE, !:(,.
of the meridianin
basis and
north of the parralell, west For the various Tallahassee. March 4, 1P.11.: 2Xtf
the of Gadsden. And the following named purposes of a Armistead is his administrator ; and it apoearing that .. : 'I
county Tom Dave private dwelling, tavern and stores (the basement story the latter does not reside in this Territory, it is" therefore - --- Jl FARM Jim {E GROE. ,
negro slaves,to witElisha Isaac,Davy, being djvided into two apartments) it i ii well calculated HiALTH aEULRED,
ordered that unless the
said a'
defendant the tractefsituated
A. Wooten answer WILL valuable j '
Allen the of James to
And as ,
; property and fn its local BT THE OSE OF THE I .
>m position immediately
oppo.bite complainants bill, on.or before the twenty-fifth day of two miles east of Lake! .
execution issued from the clerks office of the
satisfy an ihe "Centr..l Rink of Florid IJygcnian Vegetable Universal Mtdicintt the British
I and in the of
: centre March next, the same will be taken for confessed and and sevenjnilesN. Tdtsirable t
Superior Court for the county of Gadsden, in favour of SolD, E. tt
of the commercial of the College ofHeailh. Lankan.
i part town, no situation of- the thereof decreed '
matters accordingly, and it is fur- and residence, cctt'
William Brooks James A. healthy
William Williams tin
against Which hare obtained the
fers for business. approbation and
greater advantages The subscriber recommendation -
i ther ordered that this order be Land.Hundrui .-<
Wooten and Hezekiah Wilder. Sale to take place published once a week five eighths ,of excellent '_
t will rent the whole or a part as may mi: appi! ,>nJltJ. for four months in some in this. oflhoWQndI hare been cured. afldE"der
authorised newspaper and of which is in cultivation
( ttithin the hours presc.ibed by law. sixty !
: In Cholera
M. G. \VIKOKF. Consumptions, Mo; bus Inflammations,
district. R. C. LESTER clerk and master in equity. fences the is ?
JAMES HUGHES, D. M. for good on same a commodious.1 !
I T. RANDOLPH Marshal. December 15th 1832. 174w November 20th 183?. 144m"Auction internally or externally Dyspepsia. Fevers. Ague Iit- Ling House, built of the some materi3Ph.fr: :4ii1
digestion, Bilious Nervous Affections and all diseases
iSula. House,with a fifty saw Gin Qnd' & Gear,:c**
Deccznber1stl85.__ __ LOOK AT THIS of the Liver: Yellow Fever, Gout Rheumatism, I TGi1
tire all the '
out buildings equally
""I"" I Tic new, # i.
Lumbago. Dolorous Dropsy, SL Vitns's D.
PROCLAMATION DRUGS, ...' .-1 have received by the r __ _-_. nce, twelve likely,able l-odied Working H df SSm
FRESH .4. Epilepsy, Apoplexy. Paralysis, Palsy, G'eeB sickness
fr'm with all the
i Drr w-York and Baltimore, a and all obstructions to which the female form is dis- HOUSEHOLD 4jryi'.
t large supply of rub ergs 4c., which will be sold low. trexsingly liable, and which sends so of this so fairest XITURE,Horses, Mules Oxen and etltf; ,,
r WI LIA.P.DUVAL- for cash, or approved crt liit. wish it distinctly under- portion of the creation to their untimely many Small Bacon, a stock of Hogs,Waggon and Gear, ud;

Governor uJ'lite territory Florida. stood that my uiedidnes tre warranted good-and may in Pox, Measles. : Cough. Scarlet graves Fever; Asthma -, present years Crop of Corn and Fodder, will bs

I f all cases be returned,when their quality is not enlirtly so- ,Jaundice, Gravel., Stone,and all Urinary Obstructions on accommodating terms, by app1jintOgI. '
PtRSUANLL: cf the laws of the said territory, tisfactorly to the purchaser. Fistula Strictures Thompson, Esq. Tallahassee, .
i Piles
IK ; Ruptures and ;"
is hereby proclaimed, and made known, that at Among the articles received is-RowANDs TONIC MIXTURE fy Commisiofi Business. in all its stages; Constipated Bowels, Worms, Syphilis Scurvy Agent for the Undersigned on the prew eL -. .
the election held on Monday the fifth day of No- which is the be ELIZA OVEBSTREEg'
represented by proprietor to A Itchings of the Skin, King's Evil, and all Cutaneous 'MlmiT
Tember 1832,the following named persons were elected SAFE: AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY FOR THE FEVER AND THE SUBSCRIBER having been appointed Disorders; i in short, every Complaint to which the human N. B. Persons wishing to purchase, 'can". ,_, ;

members of the next l legislative council, of said territory ACUE. E. B. PERKINS. AUCTIONEER for Fayette County, I frame is so direfiilly subject, under all their varied premises at any time, by applying as above. ;l;.
10 commence its section at the capitol, in the city Tallahassee.October 30th 1832. lltf offer* his services the Public in the Auction & Commission forms and names; as tae Hvgenian convictioi aug. 14, 1832 52t' 'J. ,,,

4 of Tallahassee! on Monday the 7th day O! January T A FAYETTE'S TOW.NSHIP.-The subseri.L4ber Business.He That man ill subject to'one only real disesethat is. is, ARSHAL'8 StLE-Dy virtue of,
1833, as appears from.the election returns made to me, General pledges himself pay strict attention to all business to the of the blood from thederu ___
having been appointed the agent of impurity ; whence springs every J If A Venditioni Exponas issued from

as From required the by law.of Escambia composing the first & Lafayette, to dispose of his lands in Florida, is ready nlrosted other sales to him in the, and to attend to Administrators Complaint that can possibly assail his complicated of he Superior Court for>the county of Eon* _____

,. Second county D. Wright&Thomas Blount. tc receive proposals for the purchase of any portionnot His or office is in the County.Oebesee where be frame and that it is the perpetual struggle. this vitol me directed, I shall expose to sale! to the feign*** _

From Districts the Benjamin of Walton being in Cke third District less than one section, of the general's township of at all times be found. may pure stream of life, (the gift of Almighty power) to di. for cash,in front of the court honsc in'theK _
4 county land. About 5000 acres in the south west quarter of encumber itself! of its viscious. acrid hamuars, with Quincy, in the county of Gadsden the mt.dayinJanuaryncitthe .
Richard J. ComP'n.From beibzinthethirdDiitrictJoknP.Boot. tke township, is reserved from sale. The terms of 4 JOS.'R' ,BETTON. which it has become commixed through the nerligonceof west half of the 'we .
counties Franklin and Washington 10 1832 1 8ir
the o( sale will be cash,or one fourth in cash,and the residuein Anroit ., parents; the ignorance, or maltreatment the Doe-I quarter of section 5, township 2, range'.i LJW**. .

'From counties of Jacksunand Fa't7t..etOm *- annual i instalments, satisfactorily secured with interest A CARD.-The subscriber JiRTing now A large and arai or the vicious or gorraandixin_ prop.o.iUe5' iu -*est,'containing 80 acres more or less, lit CfIO ?_""
I v p the Peter W. Goulter Jr. on the amount of each instalment from the day ill commodious house, east of the capitol square, is 111. Gadsden; levied on as the property of JOb:f.' j t ,
ing th* fourth and fifth Districts of sale,-This township of land adjoining the city of prepared to transact A QKfcctAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION Each packet of the Genuine lrled tint is signed with nazi to satisfy an execution, in favour ef K? *** 1 of A

,4CbarkaHowa'L Gadsden the sixthDiatriet Tallahassee; and, in reference to locality, health, ful business, he hopes to recei liberal support my name ; and no Apothecary or Druggist either in against the said John W.Lev Dus. Sa A to '> .i

From the county.'BrUt of ad BImb, composing MCltUm. ness ef climate, fertility and adaption of soil to the from the public and pledges hirn ':/. to those who may Europe er America permitted to vend the sajn. within the hours law. j1.1:': f IJAMESh1TGHESD.1 ,

'. t Joseph of the culture of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by any other favo-.T him with their buainss"ti'use his best efforts H. SHEPHEABD MOAT, ; I-
of Leon composing
From the county' M.? Bradford, and part Q. T. township of land in the Territory ot Florida. to promote their interests. WESTCOTT Jr. Smith-street, Brooklyn, Long-lslaad. New York. T.E. RANDOLPH, : "I' -
ienut.h Diatrict Tkoauu rg ROBERT Wf WILLIA MS.Tallahaisec Or ber 2d, 1831. 7tf Office 50 Canal street, corner Broadway, N. Y. December I st 1832. :41" '" -, '
f WarLProp ,October 9th 1832 8tf The above valuable Medicine is just received and for f" the county of Jefferson compoaing part of th. sale, by Joseph Ltdd,sole agent for Florida .noam
I cerentA District,Abraham Bellamy. ICJ Tie Southern Recorder, Georgia ; the f&ch- A CARD. AKmuOAH { ,

counties of Madiaon and Hamilton, coo mod Eaatirtr, Virginia ; the Columbia TeUtcopf, S. REMOVAL.THE ,
From of
MTenth District; Jama Bdl.y CaroliniaAthe.&Uirnore I Republican, Maryland : the THE Subscribers having purchased (tie Stock of &- ,0" ji'v. ,.,
oo ine part of toe and Ware-House & Klein have Subscriber takes this to inform ; ;
counties of Alachua and Columbia, composing JfathtUlt Jonrwr,Tennessee, will insert the above ad- Taylor opportunity i 1.; iJ
From the commenced the 'DIt1 GOODS GROCERY and Customers and the public generally that he
y Qebdtl Prittt. vprtisement for four weeks in succession, and forward '
the eighth Piitrict this office has removed his Confectionary to the house of Messrs. .. '. '
to forpayment.
From tlie county of Nawau, compoaing' the ninth arcntnts COMMISSION BUSINESS.In I L. I- M. A Armistead near the Capitol Square,where j%

,I District, Jamu G. CCCMTY- f AW HENCE P. HILL,offers for male at Tallahassee additior.'to their, nresect-commodious building, he keeps constantly hand the'best of LIQUORS ,.fall "; !
From the county of Dural, being in the tenth Di. JLf a.dt. Harks. they are about to erect sheds and houses for the reception kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Cordials, .

t CrietJ 1t WeT" 8 Bbls. apple brandy, of Cotton,Goods, 4efor Storage, their buildings Porter, Cider, Ale-CanldiesT Sweatmeau, Pickles rrM1BE
\ 1 From the couhtiei of 8t. John aitf :MOICuito, beiiigI 15 ; whiskey, will be completed by.the 1 5th Sept. They respectfully &. Different kinds of Relishes at all times, all t f \= .- '

,t |ii the eleventh'and twelfth Districts JwepA L. Smithy 15" N.E. rum, solicit a share public patronage, and p'edge: themselves -' which he offers on liberal terms. He tender his sill- Subscriber respectfully i rSa.it .

.J.u BU. 10 C.. gin!, ; to strict performance of all commission entrusted cere thanks to his customers generally, for their libti- .. and the public generally, that he _
Prc the Ca of ifanroft,composing the thirteethJiJWt 10 prime port to their al 'favors the past year-and hopes by unrenmu urge eommooious buiMing cA the W' _

4 no return ha" teen. received., 10 No.S mackerel, care.PEACHY & MACKINDER. attention to busmess, to merit a continuance of th:tr ':'apitol Square,Derly occupied us!aer*b7. ._ _

I 1 : I I- tfirtUaon wh r aC I bate caused the teal of i. 10 half No. do. Rsrta TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, )jeffer patronage. ::wner.. The'House havingundergonesi' -

the Territory of Florida to be hereunto affix- 31 uperfine floury JUDGE RANDAL I oa. R.K.WEST.* ',t ) !, will be ready for the recepdoj-.Bo ad ,..

IT. 8)) eeL' GiTCD under my band at the city of Tal- 5 qr. casks sweet wJ:1fI ., JulyIO, 1831. 47 tf Lutorsonthcl3thmst.' -jJH __ __
!V I rf ''lahUl; this ffth',day of December Anno 35 boxes. cheese .. GEORGE LORLMORE V P. 8. R. K. West baa just received direct ft" JOHN: w. RUy.--J

Do 183!. and of the Independence of the is soap JAMES LORI1.IORE > Gadad. Baltimore, large supply of the 'very,best,qualjueLiaobas -

Uiiitcd States the Aft-Jet'tn year. 7-" claret wine, III J. ADAMS, r J AND TIOJUaw.-Hi, friends an;: Blouf Steel SovCtfto* 6jofBloun&'s ._

I I WILLIAM DUVAL, 3 Santera do. COL. H. W.BR,&DEN, Talladassee lovers of good eating and drinking, are incited L'. .-.- -. ___

Cht.erftff',tnorw. 10 Pirkini Ghoeen butter, flu Marks, July 10,183 J46' tf__ and judge for themselves. Oct. 30th 1832. li, HE Subscriber bas 'an

I 8r the Gorernor.M SO pieces cotton bagging, P.4jHE Token and Souvenir for 1333, containing SO -rlJ'l'CE.-8ix weeks afterdate application*! .*- best SteUSaw Colton Gint $
: : D. WMTCOTT Jr. 20 keg lard I splendid steel ratinfs-aiso, the Pearl for 833 1. made to the honourable 4gof the county c' ?, from 30 to 74 Sawa,which Vfll be iokl F _
: Ii ( .. 8tcrstart Lf I'JM'i ,1St 50 11 boxes aces brown sherry, wine, Westward Hot by Panjd&g, The Heedinmanrby ol Jefferson countyforlctt4rsot administration orc4ate ipersawonaCredituniHthcfir tday.: f 1ixt

I .br8thI83, : $6 ban Rio coffee-landing from tfcer. Washington, Cooper, and a variety of 'school-book, miscellaneous of Thomas, ..DeI"1.deceatted. to good ..

: :Et LADINc.Nc&tkyk and sold ifHmfiinllifTni terms. works and stationary., h treeeived at this office. .JAIWit"PARISH -
OF from New-York oo ; I -
e LANKDILIS Peec2Iba8thi 3 tf
: O ., lSoJJlbGrlL1a Jill jHv (DLth I8JI. .* WUiiLM 1 1v ;'a _
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