The Floridian
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 Material Information
Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 5, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002060561
oclc - 10589672
notis - AKP8647
lccn - sn 84022794
System ID: UF00079927:00049
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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ii5iioii3iiiiPub1ishcdete7'J ; TflEFLORibLt. ;in't I IHPrefon* hen I.. pr1J'- tr Mt; ; the

| Saturday Morning atourdollarsifl provision of the Constitution o,i tithe uojfM, ,,

advance-or Five in six months st-itcs that our SOCIAL cott'tc r in *cpr MS

? 1 terms diclir th'it thr laws tif thr U. S. jN
unlc&s at the of
will be discontinued option
>Topajcr 000 Convention, and the Tre.itie* made nn.l'it
arc paid. "LAISSEZ xous FAIRE.
ac Editor, before arrearages are th'* suprc:no law of ih land," and will be conspicuously inserted nl scrcniyfive ----- _0 ..
Advertisements throughout tit the explicit supremacy jvpn

cents per square for the first insertion, and La t the lat of the Union over

continuance. All ad- ----.- ----. --- ____ ;_--= *' *fir*
Ifty cents for each subscqtitnt ------- -- t:UP* -aif a law of ('on .nwa was of itself .

cmcmrnts\\ illU't coutiuuci!until fabid, unless! otherCPC \L l.Mi.lrilA'lUU'S. .Nj 1 .C.--Al: persons LATKST FASII luiN .--.----------. 0__ supreme, xvhilr} it was n-ccssary to the \afdityof 0
.t claimsaj the
Invinp ns'
os-iit- .f ifeorvi- -
ordered. } dcr'il., late (.f Lon roirnty, anr"quired to present H. H. WOOLLEY & Co. voca42tiir.T1oic, a trratv that it shonlti lie m.idp'n pursuanroI

onall! Icitf rsan'd rommrr.io.itions to the them duly authenticated with-n the tune It'SiiII- I the Constitution. Such, however, i nflt

The pcsta-c vili l receive attonnn. id by law, or they \iil be forever bnirt-d, and all p rbonscndebtcd MItCHSL1'I1 '1AkL1S.7IIYLD fly TUB COVEUXOtt OF SOUTH CAIOI.IN\ |, |the provision of the Constitution. That in-
jlitor, must be piid, > to said iMalearc requi-su-d tomakr \ \YI1KKEA8 the President of the I
pair.cnt. I rcsp'>otfully inform tl-ei t..s )' ot Tat'a t.4iiitttl :strmnpiit expressly provides th.it "tho Con titution -
ASGUS: JOilSaUN \dtn.FtUt .
: sre, D.'reithtr '!: 12.JO'l'ICK. !. I : hassie, and tiu! public generally, th.tt ihev ha\c ate > h.ith issued u Proclamation: concerning and laws of the United States icfiick
just received ironi "ew-Voik, the latest I an OUDINANCC OF THE Pioii.c or Jyiimi shall he mule iz pursuit'ice thcrcoj, shall I bo the 0

WrJ2 an1 authorized to announce) T 3 tin) norour.thh'.-Six we the* Us Jiuljj.of afu-r dale l the, I shall, zipply cnmt to if LOJCDO.V F.t1S'IiIO.VS, ( CAROLINA, to nullify certain acts of the C'iiiircss supreme I uv of tht? land, any thinu in the on-

eol. JOSKPII: M. WlIITi:, a can&da'c to represent Franklin routv, for letters c.f administration rrnusty on tin! estate t together with a Amoral asvrtmiMi orfa I hio>i.tblc oo.bin I ot the United States," i -litution or law of any Stato to tho contrary

J'Knida in tho !&i Conpir**._ of Colin M'llac cl.-c'd. BARBARA AE.A i I heir lint consist in : uf snperf.u.1, );!aikbbo, brown, J I and imposts for the protection of dotette 'I notwitiM .ndin r."'

;:: r KV > i-iim'a.-.-2: odwors1 .lo.Iarhic'11! Dercmb-T 2'2d I ISSi I ItGxvITY invisible i gt i'en, bottle srccu; and set Lmixt cl'.lh MI- P Here it will be seen that a law of Congress, <
4 titim black li !hl ihl l ca.simor, dark bluo
1 pet ; ,
i t BPr"'ir"' J'ti1111' x\ij obtain liberal v\a.cs I '1 ELIXTION.ii dceimn for Iiiti-n.l.ui and and brown camlet A hamKomearicryof fiucy a-ul: l And Whereas, the Legislature of outh as -u.-h, can have no validity unless ma-Io ** la

ff/w* tof! by applyinjrat il.isudicc by the first i-i;ht eoniwlr.en fcr tlic cily, o*" Taliuh.sfo, for !1)1.i in \ < stiuir>, 14a.'k silk! \ cI\ ti, &.c. i'.o.-ticetlur, with Carolina now in session, taking into consider i- p'irsii-inro of the 'on-tit'ition." An uiitoatitutional -

t v -iiaciiSw* ui January next. thi- ensuing yeir, will be hold a' ihe uarlei; -hnu.e in a (:nmral nnrtmn.it lt ie:' i -u! ttIC tlthIu.r, tm1Ii'lu tutu the matters contained: in the said! Proclriniatiou act therefore null and voh t, md
s.ud: l oity, ou tl I.e l JlrM :Monday I in .l.uiuaiy Ifl\. under
lie ftsIi1iabIc and ottibe stvle
t::;. ..__ Mi'. C.fl1tTL1t, sixes bs ms ontiio thcsujv-rintondaiiiM- l.i nit ri aeny, harks Av.stiii .;eni I ten mni,tfls st fri iek a tid dress t") tt S ('01'tet, Coistjtm, ,,.tt: ad mts ot of ths President, have adopted[ t f I'reinble | the only pomt tli it can ariso in this cjs. isj

_: Pn. 111 !FiuK1, in a ror.m adjoining and \YiHium! I I iUi.uti inspi t r>.. ;tmiL vests, of jmoNt every .'scjrjnrtti, fine inen amid and Kesolution to the follow injieift'ct.viz j. whether to the 1'Vderal Government, or any

'4* MP Ihli's! M-hi' ,oi To MXJ en ymin.;: I L A. 111O.\i 1ON, Intcmbnt.DcefmVr22d cotton blurts, il miel shuts ic .lr;,w. funoamlcl! rli>aks> : '') dt>[) irtment thereof.: hab. en ixclusvwv: r''-rrvd 0
___, h
i'd t C
I tI SiL ( .tua t IP.V 1ciiifici
mxv under !-iii.strui- and wrappers, &c. Likewise a \aui Iot' fashionablefauov ; "Wnr.RCiS, the President of th1 niteil the ri :ht to dwide autintLttOt.riy! /'> t'-r
'u :u m ion astolfTil.Mv.ihtc r, Ivkof l .,ntl 'invi'. .!b'aufh trim-
rutu c m :is lluiey
1..ai)$. TaMr.hasM-e. Ucloin-r Hth !SSBlouCs ... :: ii perb uis wro r.tuii n< tlj'i -in t nnl- nit-d.ml' plain S'i'OCK) black lia'.in! silk CUV.TS States ha.i i-':*Meil Proclamation, deiro'fUicii: |I II Sfulfs this qtitr.ti'iii of Gonstltuttouaiii If

mrfur. nnlo, ::i\ emi by Theod. re ii't.tid uil my- k fan-y while ii :un dic, pmijjuc 1 1\NDKKKC1 HCFS, the proceeding-! ot'tliit Slate, calling up itt ''h I| tinbe so, to xvhii ii of the department. .ii y
Sled Saw Cotton Gins.HE s( I i2? to II. P. lirandin; ro., for ( i !lit hc.ndrul tllI.trs, citizens thereof
tine hutii shirt collars, shut: huv>ms and sui Lich tin rln been I'mr bundled and
on \\ > jiairl: t fifty
ilnlUir-s!! ax 1 hold tluir! note for one thousand do.i!! r& hoi.-so skin! and bin k crloves;: Mi>t.ciuLicravat and threatening them with! military! I If it be to Coiirr. s, then i is Coti- .- nt inly

rR Subscriber Ims an assortment $Id) thall insist upon! l by ridil to nHt t against th-ir deaud. siifluies A e.f lino -n'sBK.irKR coercion, unwarranted by the constitution( and elevated above lii- other departments >f 0 tie
tt mMi'loM!
.- of iIOU fl '$ best htell: SAW Cotton Gins I assorttdrrcs iu !. Jus. LLZAIII)1. case utterly inconsistent **
with the & existe of a : I.mi ral Government, but it i> put ab*>vi* the
Iroui 30 to 71 Saxvs, xvhih will Vold n' s.ml: \iivcmborii-h Is 7.2. llif I H.1TS
free State bit
f r2a!, |p.> r yw !o cloth and fur liu-rct'orr, 'onstitntion itself. Ths, however thPr '$-

i. iie\t, ti-jood rcMionsibie tnii'i !Ltsc rs.UC.NJAIIN. j31 % N 0 FORTE, for Sale.-A Resolved, That lu> i-M'ellencv the Governobe id'-nt himself has: publicly and stilt! nmly .i nicd -
IJYRD.L. -u- Mil!peril InMrununt I in excellent! ordfr if oiiVicd L' requested, forthwith, to iue ins t'rodam tiion ciaiming and exereiinjj, ais kn > >rni>
1S2. 4
11 for sale low Apply to K. fcKlX.vS.M. The l ) s'ibscrl''ct; .>. i murtI1"C furnish thoe whc nnyj waniiiijr the gnotl l people! of tin* Ma'e ;ail the world-the right to rrfn-f- to c.vuto

T* >i' vxt'clxs Al'io. djiJ. ill noh.i, au 14 IfM: .V2 tf.flV"TlJlI. j)loi e l.i favoir llum \. ith tla r e"-tom, with: .uiy o.I trj .i-ain;:: >t til- r.tfempt of t.se President of tho (J.tate.s arts of Con-jresH an.loUmu Ir.-aties. cvon

tr..ftk 'to ihe h'd.nurablf, the comity court for the ) ( H..M'::: l htt :i appointed:: ei'< Huntir: fir j I li.'le in thtir liii'-, niatit: up in t'o'! t jmrsi* f.iiililu! m.u..i' > to t'Cdtu e (them from their iille-igince! : after they hid received the -aiu tinnof t -
c.itfu "! l d-den, fnr letters; of administration ontui 1 1 Ltt.n ccnnlij, } h o:>r srrvieo to I the- I, :iiid (>! :! mt r: vmab'.e t in, and hope that l.y exhoitin} them cry
nty ii'.y to di-rcij-ird fits d.-pulnifiit of the .1 G ,
John JSeal ill d.ed late of t.iid yam inen.ire.s, ii\ nmeiiTli
nl c. co. I strict I'i. hltti1l.
c-iU.it1 their usoluity : o-' atti bIt to !
public in that cmf..L'itv-l: 1 intcid: l K .< p5ir' ri oiic!! inr.l.ilr.iSMT tu-y
!)(ti 1 i 1.-'I.!. loGvv il. C. LUSTJ'.U, r, c. e. : of t xxhirh ih.e not -e -.vil! l be yi\i -n. I In ;!: \ .I il! ;.uosit i t ami roo.-ivo .1 pmcnm .sli3r :.if j j patronage I and to be prepared to u-tam the dignity, unit i ill! *? Executive j>osfs tin,* right fitpr'uinig" finally!

i u'tt-rmi, any butinevs left N\I! Mr. U. \ \\ .t1.!!j'rd uIHII rs thaiikfuliy: re.ivd aid cued it :'ho shori. protect the liberty ol Ins btata, a.aln t the ..irbitrary |tnl \clu>ixtix a- tnlhc .iu.imy: ot act.s ut| (;Iril %
lOTTCLX lUCGING ami Bnk- u-iil;; h.iialj'; lv PPIC.idQl! and that' I Juil'ciary.
I P.'J.i! l J-J. I I.ii'.mPJ.'U pt it Ki .j-tiHl'.r -
vill um-t x\i"!h prompt atiii.tiui.: l'. J. ilAL'KU'( :\ -i iuit isi. No\t r1 't r ; : nv.M.un'proposed iiv *he I'redide..t.: ''
..__/ KJtibt leciivt d aid t.r h' I "\rcpt so tar ;i-+ mnmv l>r n*T.>s'iry t tli' iiici-'ti
) Vl.DW'lf. e'u'r. |I1-_>. 7tf .No-.v
M1XAij.i :! > i'eived I, UoKiiKT V HAYNH, Governor of ut rrr-Jtion-.{ \xiiichniay ii.ricIetit.itU! c-irn'? 'xfurt tlmm*-.i. 0

: ) %flr.: 7,1 14 5! fil tf.irTC' : ) r. JOHN TAVLOiUiiorniNhi i ut South Carolina, in olu-dit nee to the .-:ii'i iCesj in ct'a s nf i.n.v ri'id rfjuilv," li.n I heti ffeir **I 1 li\ none

r'-..>oiK rATlLO I frf.m .laluniorc, au-1 I for&ae! I j ( oi .1 HI"-
< fiieiid< and the Public, th.it hiS: health i is my ,
; '). >ix al jj.! \\i-\\i\\ 1 ntri. nun, fur so rIm.,, 'tbty! i>tfi-.imi c-fusj-t! to ;arkn .xvl fl *? HIK bid'ii
far restt.n-d- cuib! him t r< MUiic: Iiii profe.v :mialdutiu -.! (.1 I'OliN, M'icmiilv warmns the good people nl this St ite
vhlcL! the bci.t <.f xva;.';c:. vvill: l>c tivrn i -::unv! I an ficirijy ofthf T''JU .art. ami cl.Uiii ii i f r innivlf
l -. July 3U I 1S3-2 ;>0 ifA U 1 nil P't.Sx f.Mol'owa'-f: i Strict FLOUR, :against: I the damiermI.4 and mm'1 ha- .
1 J.G.&tN.liA LL. M'KEUEL : |iiimci'Mjdue riii :m t> >rci>p.l tu! iLMit of fMl'iicin I Id*' i.ixvnot
l M
ii < > ,
t jorCih 1St. %tt1CLIiiiANresct1ii11y in a i rorilin tip thfir, ji.b.nJL1t hut hn uiii.'er! -.inJ-
: the saul oxvii
proitnir-led Proclamation, ;
.MI? lStnrA'inR'.S > LE.-V'ili: I IK. .MdToJn. 4)) do UKUIMN'J 1 I ( Stis'm'ha,) ; tE: ti "
iz iiI tli'-in. Ai'l t xviit-ri it se ct--< ti! >nrjin.yofIrin
the ni li '-' liitMtT, in t-: tiixxii of t 1igtmoia; i.nion.aytlic f, I HAC'MS VLT, I'lV.-juU'iit, as; calculated to mi-le d their jmt-:! M ,
R. oi- i-i2 "uiutn u ni --oath! ( 'arohiri. hi.i .
: n:itu tt.it(
; 1 !ih d.iy of Janu.ny m :;t, it the u.-u.il L N C0!) I b w ACU-X AYS (bupei i.-r,) ment.to (lie true character of th the I'jv-irlf.'it ;
j pivermn'Mii! JKH no invitation r.'irmlmn..
Sera mt I juvijiMi nal .-'.-tVCtS Iii the triti7.rn>> fi hour, IJI ls. Nus. SIX ;:iid M-xen, i;> Mjuare .N'.>. 2, r.in e.vMMli Any }>i rsoi wi-hin:.: m b 1iitrbtse thfc.--n, can have under m tiif 'ittfmptof
vxiiiL-h t they ii\e ami .1 Slit( *' fori'leaN-'lifrsfil' from of FVd-
th lu control lie
ha-sco nd i !L< ? paramount ofhrsut.un )- : (
of Dnxid-felr., bciiii itirt tf t! s ( btitu: of lluth, rI ic-lit'uutil the first .f January y u i' iu.r, :i b.c.iii with
\ ieh 1 ral! Ici.iry.; ii: a in itlu. afFectini her overeimi rights,
doctati'd. s.lttri % iY VCARTY.FOR \ : they o\\v to I the .'t itu, and imi:mikstly -
tLoRE 8. iAWK.L\b :is a % nation nf ihmf* C'Hi--t.futi'
LEAH IIST1.LI. i iiiicihieii I lo s-cd.cc th ui f ro.mi tlv ir.il'! -
I I1 i* inei-c#-. sary fo cnt'-r intu ai> clnhnrntn exuninaticn
UXliY antlrouiiM iioi ai I IW .Murianu<< -: ).N ii I I-LLTCMIER, orr i.MaiKand 0
bydM' m them to the support, of th" Mjiijfrt lt 4.- Florida. Jauiuuy .- CdMJ.IIP. of tr.e violent .mil iKil.iiviul) i mrasnncoritu; uplatud that by I I ln-DeciarritiOti! of (ndr entTeece. the se.a'ra l

Mill t.it :tt'mIti1) I -.li.-fiih'-r, a? lms; xvstoiv, coriurof Jefi'er- t L'v_ th's Pii'cidetit, to involve them in i the ('oloiu'joe! "' fin; .r t' 1'VPiCIfl. and ind-ptiidt[
0 St.ttP4. amid our pliticu: !ii-toiy xxill aixindan ly shpxvti.it !
I [. -ir.ni'; V-r! e-->fre<.'. ili*.rft i r sal'i lu thcp'in- iinlt of ilr.u.: .J.LIO.X. i uould ad-
( \ M li 'L1IN: }haxejiist received a small ATTORNEY AT) LAW.7"ILL earnestly I at every ,u!> etpien: ctmirie m ut ih'-ir roaditiun up to
j. .
!lie i in ein r tI!, ahn.i: -1.1 '--.so-tii.i ri'of i the fillovxiiiu
'I ofiish
Suir \.iii which oiler for I ;-c : to I)e ware of t.se > >ccious( [but I til- fiir.iatiiin of our pr s.vit Cou Pcipeiuhcul.ir they ,
Practice in the Cmirl of this! Pi-trirt, an( .me u i !i< III'M r .li.'i d ne.-a 1"-'. i -i! Viz:
Bale 0:1 a cieiht untilaici! next.Jaly % in .Ti'rKson CountyVe i Ff4'fl4l.m. I Mis I i Oili'tis :.dse doc-tn.es by which it i is now attempted \n{ their Mivpre nty. TliBli- ro\e.y of tin.l'ituip .- utwI

0, loW17 iffr'OR mi Je.rson Stu< t, opjiosite ihatnf i the Ur--Mi r. DRYDIGOODS. rto be shown that the seveial 1 hiateshave t : not of I Inc lJni'in-i iii our y.-temn ihtt Ijoiurcth"that States Declaration ext only of a-ti 1 embers

N. B. All instrument:* t'f xxritih, xxill be !r.nkix 0, retained tiu..r out adcnc -
SALE. \ jilt I the strirto.st attention in their ICLM! actur.t,. .Ni'':>, Bla"k, t! < = i; nap: liP'an I.Hiusiri; : !". hi
.. e P \VbisLy, Tuil.iln-M-e, Juiu 20 I -. lime, Ciiteii, Fink, arlhae l-'imem-t-.; iiii-yianci': of their citizens was tr.i.-feired thaton uanor the aricl of c-mfedt'iatimi, thoSt

1I4y 35"i 1r '. IS'. Flour 0 l-'i ureSii.s! inanoiy, Irisi P<:|iiin, ;-il'; VeKit I, in t'icfirst/ insla.tcr ) te ._oviiiiii 0 nt of I II llioi it.'sxci- c.iis.pied! as farming "ciilJectively '.% *. : Ar -

Z3 1agCae, i7iLL1Ar1 L. IIASKINS wit ( 'niton ii?M.Tart.in, Pl.litl, FuriLltui: (, .N"v.. !itliot* iity .i nzt' : oifu Ir: to srtnii' to 'ruivi'iTicon
l FiJc 10.astii'i IJnbia [f.iu.-u- I mif tot rtf"s" .xM-t ic-tcrxed It, thu I'ltrsiilmi*'
t.uiilthn ul I l.ice- Iri-.ii
V V : ,
>UU Con:. ; t loai.y busim ssintln'citol t Nv: YOIKtnd M\\ ; 'o uo si vereirjn :mJ ii.dcpr.dent.. \vho-e c.tii'.c.ns :nd hx ..'cda-pr ;.t' .'... To the latter "belongslif
: > : C'ltii'ii S'nri.j"1'liiu; und fs.ru.d J.ie -
Just ed fiom NcwOrlcans.ti ind f.. Con.'Mi.s i'nsntiu
reccu n>]iMy ; i'hf'dly oMcuif iu
pr mll l r l .K Mi'..lin .'iuixvls ul..d OtC olicdi*- iii'- to l.ius: not m mile by it : I II i'lxetnion.: and uunI; tl.e iTirni r. xvill uulbrtunatuiy
E.SE1XAS.LA 'ted in l1imm)) 1 by Ins friend.- ii: iiunda, and the pub: ; )x\ iS. :1I.t; : xx rap: ; ; It fail tiiev.iNoi"r.duciu
---U" .. 0 l ii. .. j .-Jirc-s: : rs, ha.1Ik: < rehcf.: ( '..''i .. ,tO.s, ( ;iis.-'i.' -.::.s, N.MJkt I :hit even undi tiu-* royal m.-rnmcitl we baijnt t 3 t.0.iLi (0.t..iflX: tiolctstiie it to prinyipl)rICCe.; s noxxprmjiux.. -.,* ,
N w'-Y rkJulv is.s, lirnx> .i I lint;.unl I, I n i m'V.; Lrl'iinii: thtiracter i
13 .2 tI t.'i.t the
: scpuratu !>;icitut.tiinas ; iiy time rre iiltnt (ns they nuM alway tip rl-nu all!
i' :\ : TlCt:. AJlihobc ndebu-d to the la i ".re Pi'ifv, fin'* ( 'l'tb'a! ( : i.i'- r.- and C.iiuts
created "a national ; :uc-ii," chi xvho c.iu; to t hinpporter; ot the nr-hs of tin .'tare?)
01 I layi'er uid Khiin, either by no1: or acfi Storage and Cnmmis whi'i! and 1 Itvd t 1u.si L .N'- r fjut Irs, s.t ij( II a.nl RusHARDWARE go rn wui j
>ioii. &c. I -* c'-:; :' l hx.llif! [rtter *'f Lmi! r Con-ti.ntii ri unauth -
cii ni-kc .f the tin first i not 'a com.i---t I etwecii Miito t
ii payment, sAine, by .i sia'i -c' rr uibi.r >-. v [ SVeriIgti
F3Vi[ il E undi rMsincd hns 1 and nieiit Vv'areje I I mr- -it tiy its -; irit ii' -on--i :fir xxirh f-vary niirij'l! "
Jinu 1 m cri.iiJalgciici will be ivfii ne eonv< "
iiu ; (ii State ha
try va
: ) that a > >'O KIGIII TO s ..
.eLtt"I j
: \Xiic-ii.t fxinilr-.J clr! of .U !
\: ftictivf tsf
J. V. IL,11N. houeid Cot'nn si \U, pud is i/jt-par* d to re- I i m : \ nu mijt
J. \V. Klti'.i i is fully av.thorisi d to sfitlu all busmesof c. ivo < cfJJUDS: COTT< )N, or otl.cr produce on Sturace I \\ortl, that utirs: i- a NAii )NAi. ..ovni.>:-iix7 m | t >r u !>i-i! 11 ;x.5fcainetl t ufterJy inri>i ipti! !,* xv tl. time

said linn. St. Mailvs: iv'C. IJth lJi.: I I7tfJ1 itc. I A 1 I.i'-- t.&t a'.s.uimrit itt tt'iruf Us" Sfr *-.s'ld .ih.oliitelv fit.iJ t. llic

Ct1ttt.n Stwd, s iM or .shipped, and -ill Commie-ion ., If timiI Pen Km\i ."' and I .;! > aiitlfitiprti 4 uf tlnu people rioutli Uan> im hast
.- 0 ( mmvrs -i, poonse t >uicd, bv xvlticli: we ar** c >.i>tiludiMlOM.( .
"irsAlTlTl: m'T'Oll OAhlL-50 ucKccblirsijtfH H.iiiu's strictly tended t". lie I -lints n sha/s oi'public i-'f. ita0zer:.., I ( ( !o I S1 ( .l I t. \.( ., .& ti! ( [I aid* I L -\ fu.fMriiilv arit-1! r.'M't'-.ti'dty i'xprfsd[ IL Coii: r. and
u\ il uottoa bariig, jjr"i p.uri.-n-1-J. F r.nwARn:; SKIXAS.MKDICAL. I .' h "l.lati isx itn pr.' f.f MiV-iitir> Pl.VSES.BOOT8&SHO138: nori.: : "that our re[).eje.nrativt s ian 1 li"! urM time [irif.t-ipJesxv irk sneOohexr toi-onsiitutt;

? C':i-t tu'ion. that it H denned nij {-

i17lf. j. '. KLJlllN.TK'L. 'tats; and not of .h-- pirticular! Mate Iro.n |j J JA n>;rt>*-:try to itt) nioie at llm titi ?, itian barely to present
I a sunitrrv: of t.itjse f nat fund iiiient.tt truth", ,vnih shtboliexes
) : t .--x.cc-K-aJii.rduc: 1 u ill apply tit ih The vuidcrsi-riiod have formi'il :\ : F-:1 A large assortment of Uallimr Inch they romo') -uo trmcsvhsch uproottie cin pe> ', r t be *ubvertfiivilhniit UV; inevtfabfa
[ ( yf.niiiiuur.'ilje! :lie county C iurt 'jf Gadbdfii county, imnttr tlielirmorcUKWS&TUn'PK I lor thelraCtice k\ >f si nil XK\V-VJRK made very loundation of o.ir pIiticil; -'t.tii- I ile-truct.on of tfie hue: tit" of the people of the L'mon

tcr\ <.f aduiiuisUvilMn( on thu tMatfr of Thoiu.i.!, of I &, annihilate the ngut of the State--and titles Iv itself! :oath Carrii.i-i has never cJ itm..d (a. i j.* as- .teo
buy ..ieM.. SAMCKL(; M'MUUTRKY. tc!; liti-rciit branches of i the science AiD I
i>v the! I'--JtJwiit.) lhri ;it tif > ; at >:ensure,
0 !)"erc! btr; 15th 1 S3'2. 17lf ol'tuodicine.: Tlu-y I lii\v t on iuin tl l :jn r.tt.iixte .. a '.' tit.ii., L.adus.iiin aiul! I'ruii.1.P. !I destroy (it- iibertie.- tho citizen.It al' the rovenrme luxv ot tlm;.* I'nion much ies j tme rtit

) )!\ tl f frt'.ili tnotliciiu'syhicli: tlify will, ilixpoeof ( (' -. -- t i-, .- -. requires no re; Mining to -hew what th of rejieaims tne! Constitution itself; : a id a\x> p.i-"e'l it

0 4 .4) : t I'( )purc1ad UNl) (U'by 1'.LLtJV the & viU'U,0J4PIP on 4 >erai lenus. Thfir oliic-c is in Wi-ltlniile, :fl :HATS AND CAPS:: (-aretaicmcnt of tliK-e propositions demontl <> gi P it i-lleft v. rii ii have ire er hiea alleged to l he rnconjtitational. -

t hr xxhu-li cash and Jackson Countv. H R. CRKWS, A 61 tholoiivrsk ; at( that such a Government ai I i > iierie- : ." t lie claims only tht- right tojndjeot"iafiact
a generous price \\ ill be paid, if dc HKNRV Tllil'PK.Vilbvie oni of the (Tn,7stitatioial: Coiipi't.; in violation oft
jvcied by the first day of March next. .it.Til) : \ !! April 1 inost CAPS orA I..e -rrvf'd rnrinofli ta.'e! and of arr>*stiiiz the
J. G. & :c. JIAMLEN. Led republic. It i-.ii" tiijth .m accurate delineation
all progre-s-i of"u :: agnt1it, Dortmbcr loth; IhJti. 17tfTCI I0'( )HT Y likely iieproCM'in be jtuiviiiyjjrn! : acudit I1flGROCERIES. drawn! with a Uold hand, ot a great con i'ariil'jof 1&23 and I.& rt xenue and p.vtec-

Planters of one, txvo and t'uvc y tir*. l*>nd ;::;d ii-p-oy.d] .so.iuated empire,-"o.eaua ndiVi-t-xc," air.l; i | ti'>n-constitutional and onctn -t.Ui'io.ial' objects havo
seurity u> biv -n. Persini xvishiu I Ix-en mixed her. that: ct found
; tnpurrharewiltapjly lar su up toge is impossible
'1 til SAi.L.- i Copper I3oi1er I for fmthcr itiform.itien to \1 r. WiU- cditrn of g olock in all its vahiety.FLOUR. under \\liaUrter, >; ect iU3 form, ir. po \ -r> maybe to draw the! line '>! cli. cnniinntion.-j>ht- has no ..mliernaI -

0 ItIbUt ojiper Dippers Siiiii! : t>ri&nd Scoops the 11 >ridi-m: or Vir.i iiayward of Tallahassee. lOtf masked, it u m fact the ivors-l oi a'.i de-po- I live bsit to coiiju'ec the whole a-? a ysrttai. nuconstitutional -

reduced prices.-Also, 1U pair Hnrs Mill tiIeS. tihi1s, in winch the pirit of an arbiti.irv government I in its character arid tu leave it to tliO'je who h:ivaj

Apply to UKTl'ON & KMURY. To.nc.--M'' persons arc In-reby notified ai.d Fifty Barrcistnor} rev wheat I.ALSO. is suiiered to pervade in>titation-> professing j ** xvoven the xvH>. to unravel the threadsSoutu! Carolina
Aky i: 1832: :3.. if. trade ti-r a r.ott- ?\\ fit I rl.tniLl itni-t-*, and! she appeals to the whola political History
to free. Stu h the Govern
bj? wa.not
I :M. Jn.-illin, l'r njx\ards) of I ihirtecn liiii.-lnd dcllars! I of our country, in support of her position "that the
'fOLE1E I 'ii'- "Ivc'i l by Joli'i! Bellamy for alwt five !hu.idnd: and merit, for which our f.uhern lonjjht and bled I, Con-itilution of the United States H a compact betxvtenjsi

I f.r'y dollars, and two othir m notes jvtn: by OxxcaV.. and Glass Ware and offered[ up heir lives atiQ fortunes us a )\ erei n jtate -that it cieates a federated repuWIc.

"N addition to his oh ware-house the I Pil ttii n f-ir forty c5'ht doIhn-N; c. eh-all pay a!tieto Sadleiy, Crockery willing -ztcri1icc. isucii was not the Goveniment 'I- t not haxin a sir.gle fea ureof nation.ility in its loundaj -

Mibscribrr I I ihe lat e 'i'h"iii.>s l Ijelpliy l D'-c. .*>t ih. And they are- moreover Tin ware, Looking- GlassesSnlt! ilea-; j tton that the people of the several States a* !itiuct
lias recently parted: a spacious buildig i whicli tile jroat and patriotic men uho ', political communities ratified the Constitution, each
I rauti.m. a lir.M raring for other notes givn
f 0 any -
by 23 feet, forietm in;:; cotum and good*. I to the said decedent, ns the above and others not dy made clothing, stationary, &c. &c.: called the Union mtobein m the plenitude 01 State nctirig lar its If; and bindm its oxvri citizen*, and

:.? Marks, December TIMOTHY( ) M'CAUTY. I known, are w ron, fnlly xv JThheld front the subM! riber by JAuES Al'Ml'LLLV. their wisdoms .r >med. Sucn WMS not the Government I- n ttho-e; of any ot..er State, tIme act of ratification deiclirin -
; 27th IS'JI.JJruintree Tallahassee Xovembrr 15ih 1S31. : ltf it to be liir the
I e-nain porsojis. SAMUE M'.MiRTRAY./.r/. > which the l tnersof the i icpublu-au I :: binding en sd rutifing
I Cluiury, -eernber 2f :h 1332. I I5)tfJarjin t.ite.; are jtsailthi>rs. their noxver created it-- their voico
Cotton (.illl. faith, led on oy th; po>tle of Ann ru-an Lib- clothed it with atithority-tlie goverrmrnt'n1 x\Kicbit formetl. -

1 "i SALE-A ;55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron fra- i Sap.ri'.r Court. city, proumj.ited! ; and >uccts>fullv, maintaincd is i i omposed of their arentiand the Union of wit ich

nu-d,) horn I'raintrce Mahulactory. the' i-! thy bond is a Union of States and pot indiViduals----
Apply to in 17) and bv
- : tJ0 CJ)1IV.. Kb in,St. Marks. THD. n. D'T.ust: pi'ff. jxs wmchthey produc.-d that as regards the foundation and extent of its j.oxver,

, 0 JV Iv will rereixe orders, for other Saw Gins cf \> In slllachmtnt.BhNJA.MIN great political revolution eiiccted at that au- the gox eminent of the United States is strictly what it*
I1OLDEN Dc'f't.LL .
jictiboxc nvinufacttirc, I pieio'.js em I.m i o a .lovernmenf I ba-ed on surhpriiuiples name implies, a federal Government-that the States
1uy 10. 1S3317 tf A persons tntore&ttd are horoby notified that said
2m.buit luith this thy been rommi'iiooil by a't.tchmtntj'CURGE I f-onth \ arolma has not been a vol- are as sovereign now as they.were prior to the enteniu'Still

0 V114141Ai\I n i\UTTAJ.L and ( S. II WKINS, notary I p irty, and to ,uch a Government she ) the compact in the that j he of Federal Constitution is a confederation -
nature a treaty-or an :illiancfbywhich
I'LKMING! I II1XON .'lltormyfvr /Vfl.-i/j.T. never will tier as>ent.
luve fonmd a Law give so tnuny Sovereign States agreed to exercise
0 k'ruierhij>, and wj lu1LCt1L ii the! C.1urt. of our history do, indeed, af- ', t thnir! Sovereign powers conjointly upon certain objects

4 0 tft4b District llotc, and Jadcsou! County. OiIce near the --Six wks after date ap] liiuition wilii lord the prototype of these .sentiments, which of external concern in which tliey are equally interested -
: JL il made* to the lion 'itrabc! the county court for time to be found the recorded those such ;is v1rr, peace commerce Foreign Negotiation
:: T.dlalavsiic, au 7, I l32 I 3mas. cowry 411 Leon for 'letters of administration on thecst is m opinion ot ; and Indian Trade ; and upon nil other subjects of civil

J) ; ; v.e Willhin Hall dec'd. late of .said count' who, when the Constitution was framed, were j government, they xvere to exercise their Sovereign'separately. /
.0 yVesTcott, Jr. & J. P. Booth, T lAhtisJ.c! Iecen1ter2b 1K32. ibCwE in favor ot"a finn jNational dovernment," in 0

11A\ formed n Law partnership in Florida. The which the Elates should stand m the sa e relation Fur convenient conjoint exercise of the Sovereignty
: ( ;) ) i'ue% former is inTallahassoe and of T DUCA i0i( 'JS".__Tue friendsnf Leon Jcailennjand of the Slates, then* mast of necessity bo souie common
the Union that the
luttcrat West Point, Appubcliicola Bay. Uusi- 1A patn/ns of Literature &. Scicie, arc\ infonrud that .; TsSURANCE against loss or damage by FIRf can lo coiomea dul; towards agency or functionary. This agency is the Federal

entrusted: to them in uny of die courts of Florida the exercises of that institution will be resumed on the Ji. bectiocted on the niostfa\orublu lerm, on appli- the mothei country. Ihe Journals of j'o"vprnmeit. It represents time confederated States.and

padjomin Countic; ofGeorgia ir Alabama, will Iht January. 'The Academy building, has undergone action the Subscriber, ajroiii of the Protection Insurance the onvcnlto'.i and the secret history of the j OTcciites their joint x\ill. as expressed in the compact.

lyatteidcato.. Aug.3d, IS ji. i.Uif07riCE. recent repair', and apparatus has l-cen prucurcil fir the company, Hartford Conr.ccticut. In every application debates Will hhew that t..Is party did propo-e The powers ofUii.- government are wholly utitatic .
elucidation! Mibjnc s connected) xx ith tlic hiijlict.! branches the lair Cash value of the must be It possesses ri6 more inherent sovereignty than an incorporated
to the Federal Government I
.-The I1Ilerslglled has of a liberal education. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furniahed of the correctness secure to an absolute I town, -or any other great corporate body-it.i .

been appointed aw-nt and in fact Those wiihing to enter the Academy are requested of the reprcsentaflcn, and the oud moral supremacy over the State by giving them I a political corporation, and like all corporation*, it

1)fl Grantbtid and Farrish Carter attorney and the heirs for to signify their intention as soon as ;possible.By character; of the applicant.flic solvency of the Oilice a negative upon their laws, but the baim- his 'looks for its [powers to an exterior source. That source

uries Williamson, and is i intrusted, with the cair order (/ the Board of Ti'iislecs.JAMISS and its fairness and punctuality way be confidently relied tory also teaches us tiui all tlusc propositions is tb j Scntes..south .
heir )lands in Florida. All ; A. COX. on. E. D.PEHK.1JS3. I Carolina claims that by the Declaration of Independence -
persons are Iorwtr,1( d were rejected and a federal Government
ii chumming waste on this same und ihofc dcsir- P. S. Board maybe procured moderate Urrii: by Tallahassee. .,. 22.1 1S31.! 27tfDR. was I she became and has ever since continued r
0 to rein may do so on application to the subscriber. CZlrL7aliliC.attom) to the Principle of the Academy. -- finally established, recognizing the sovereignty fiee, sovereign and independent tate.

., THOMAS BALTZLLL. Tallahassee, December 29th 1832. JH-Jxv, .. JOHNM'LEMORE. of the Slates, and leaving the constitutional I That as a sovereign State, she has the i utreri povr.

ebb:1lk: February 14th 1332. -2Cif FOR .LE.-On liberal terms, a well jidcrted me ESPECTFULLYinforms compact on the footing of all the other com I er. to do nil lhe.-e acts, which by the law uf nations any 0

library and some miscellaneous Looks, by |g the ci- betwuen I Prince or Potentate may of right do. That like all independent
pacts, parties having no couimonsuperior.
:crn AttDwkRqE Decembci S9, 1532. 19ixv. JOHN U. PARKER **- .ii7.ens of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that he I Slates, sfie neither h.w, noranglit she to sal*

and bus located himself in this city. I (fer any other restraint upon her sovereign will and piciI .

0 complete assort- MRS. WILLIAMS i pspcctfuliy informs the puhhr N. 13. He may be found at his office next door to It is the natural and necessary consequence I sure than those high moral obligntions,. under xvhich all

jiiiof FreAh Drugs and Medicines,just rcceiSlifcw her school will rc.opcn on the first day of Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence corner of the principles thu authoritively announced 1 Princes and States are bound beioie God aijc flto

YoiK'; nd Baltimore for sale, wholesale January next. Six or e ght boarders canbe acronimJC of AdamsamKJallstreets. I perform their solemn pledge The inevitable 5onelu

the ,Country Merdiauts yid I'rzLctiLioflCrsUp- dated on reasonable terms. Dec. 29, 1832. 191w' Tallahassee, March Gib 1832. 133m? by the i'restdent, ai constituting the very basis I ion from, what has been said therefore is, tha.lt,
gcxmost acccniraodatin;terms.KDV ot our political system, that the Tederal Government I case.-i of 'compact; betwcev Independent*tc n

Whi( : SEIXAS. F R SAL-!'.-Just received Auction & Commission Business. is unlimited-'and supremo ; being ;liu i I xvliernfroin the very nature of things.therechan

the Druggist, Magnolia F'orida.' per Brig: rallahpssoe, fj-cm I common judge or uupire. eaeb! s ivereign has "
exclusive of the .
judge extent of its own >u a / -* 0
: ieililt( t/ New Y't ik, a new Sianhopi.lirass THE subscriber having !1icn ap- pf I jud;i* a* wei? ofiiNivc'ifios.n-t;1f* if.o.r ann; injure
___ Bijunie. ors, the laws of Congress sanctioned by ib- ot"
d. mounted with I auctioneer for Leon county ofi'crs his I .dr4't.! S.) in li. ? pu-scnt CfUtViVOiii. 'tZtVVeets'
: $m AN K OP FLORIDA. The stock f'ub'I )
0 & bfr institution tkI : ..- hiritess ccmpieta frrf-nc horse, 'services Jo tin public" lt tIet'me.ticr, an'koitt1iSinhLs! : : ;- Executive and the .Judiciary, \vh"ther }jas>cttin I ;acolia: nut the I'cmteral (i ivvri.nent; it I*Jon soleiyu

ttfl4 1Ie. hereby notified t yitlt uudstle 1uii.: ,, j ijefs. lie pledge h1imndILoty tftrict attmti: to ufl I direct violation of tho Constitution and right : Imr, by her legates fit sok-rni cor.xftiibn a>sL'nibleJ
t directors jvitakcj!| >lace on : : -. of first
Monday rat uorkmanJiij) fur bu'itcss hitn and'atu-nd oiliersaksin deci.ltf xvhfiher Uiefsderat
0 jutrusied to estate I ID
than ; o/ of the States ot the compact be viof.iU-
c or :: are l.iw > f and
auuarv tht, House iu supremo
ncto it JJanking sale
intrust clc'jvia&Api| ly to the country. his ofhc i is in tiic town of ?.1a- I what remedy the i tato tuImt to l1Ufue. Sojua
a. > f the land." Hence it that the President ob Gjroliua -
A/riiOAIPSCXN" CasI&icr. c,4. wzLLI.AIs.Dcrr is 0
.1viere, i he may at all t5.T.wL''found. I liicretiire cannot, and will not yield to any
0 [ partoft up$rinllS32. 0 ? 291i 183- .11 A' .Maxci: it s2: 3OLi ii. DYJID. %'i'LNIy consiilcM tb'j words l{ mailc in I- ft' the I'cdcral (jr\crmu;i-t, a. right vhiJj" ;dftffllrlNleut eutets iijr t 0


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their feais to show that existing I!I and the republic will have fbun
CenceQt all ft) ciCf>g it). amV withoutlnih\ U would: rot ftanS to the Pnion in the rclarton of dcgraJpJ and r as in the Proclamation which annot bo hopes nnd excite Carolina had not already .St abe! aim a nam: ."' 1.1.Leromc dependent cOQni.IIUt thlt our bond of nnion it formed passed over in silence. The President distinctly evils are exaggerated, the danger, of resistance I the usurpation of the taken her stand a.inst
"ut ..' ail}!-. which South Carolina has by mutual sympathies and common interests. The true ) -and the difficulties In the way feiera|
intimates that it is his determination to great would have been nn ot'ctsion'ttfoverntnent here
thrl'u.ot1 oGoiiveniio i solemnly) promulgated to the I answer to this objection has been given by )Ir. Madison: and to sow dis-
vorid' and &'\' them she will btnd4lr fall: such were the when he s-ayn : exert the right of putting down the opposition succcssinsupcrablc finally f felt herself impelled by every ... )lent sher ml.st' love.
principle! pinualpated! by Virginia in '9. and which .' It does not follow, howevrr. that because the States, of South Carolina to the Tariff by force of scnlions among the people by creating jealousies and! every sentiment of duty I dotLiUl

thia received ihe sanction of lho e groat men, who'e I as sovereign partiv to the constitutional:: compact, mu rerordeu nentimeuta have come down to us as a Hgut to whether it has been \violated that sucha I which counsels and example may supposed to have ; cutive, when a sovereign St.ne.crets i of the exe
our feel and a lamp tu our palh. It Virginia and not decision ought tot)) interposed, either in a hasty manner under the provision of the Constitution the of their authority derided, the alle ;T. )"laed, J her
Sooth Carolina: who "l1e:1k"1I"n it \a said that she or on doubtful and inferior occasions. Even in the directs him to take care that the laws be faith- an important bearing on success nied and 1 she threatened anter with mi1il' CIt'lZCftJe.
.' the of the federal Government, as re- of' conventions between different nations I ,
view power case ordinary fully executed." Now if by this it was only cause. her to obedience to pOWer to
from the to which the Slatci partirs.as it io laid down that the breach be both wilful reduce the1U Qfryi
suiting compact, qre always must be asserted that under the Jaws of These, with animated appeals to the loyalty r rof j
limited hy tho! plain i-cu.se and intention of the jnstrupieul I and material wjuti1yau application of the rule. But meant to of mil ita- functionaries of the federal !('ernnnc! Vie
< instituting that ('olupuct-al no fuither valid than I in the cage of an intimate and constitutional Union, like Congress now of force, the President would tim people, and an imposing array she is commanded: to tear from ber'rtbi ',, j rn

they are authorized hy the grants enumerated in that j thnt of the United States it is evident that the interposition feel himself hound to aid the civil tribunals in rv force, constitute the means by which the 'I most solemn: decrees-surely the t !b' her

compact; and tli.it in case of a deliberate, palpable and I of the parties, in their sovereign capacity, can bn the mannor therein prescribed, supposing such people; have in every age been reduced to sla- when it must to seen that whether the l Come. ,

dangerous f xerc c of oUVr powers, not granted hy the called fur by occasions only deeply nnd essmitially affecting constitutional exception \'cry.lacn e turn tAthc [pages of our own the several States have indeed lost thesp r'\
laws be
to no just Irtt
said compact, tin; elates who arc parties iherelo, hue: \'itall'rinclpll'h of their politics' H tem." whether
tho right. *ud'are in duty bound to interpose. 'for arresting Ixrlf'ripnce demonstrates that th s danger 'M not th-it) a could be taken to this assertion of Executive history, we find that such were the measures I revolution, and of they are to become tbe

; the progress of the evil and for maintaining: : within plate will .- ort to sovereign rights too frequently or duty. Jut if, as i is manifestly intended, the resorted to at the commencement of our own willing instruments an unhallowed dtxMtum"
their limit" authorities, rightsaudliber and trival occasionsbut that sho shrink In sucii a sacred I cause South I Carolina will
respective on may President sets the claim to judge for him- :"lorious revolution to keep our fathers in subjection tetltlia'
ties, tppertaining to them." from asserting them a* often as may be necessaryIt up she is s-trikiuif not for I her own, but the f luVrtiej r "
It in Kentucky who declared in 99, speaKicgiu the is maintained by South Car >lina that according to set! at liberty t-> call forth the militia, and even to Great Britain ; and such are the the Union and the rights of man, and she .ton6

explicit Unguarde of Thomas Jetlerson, that the) principles the tree sprit of the Constitution it becomes Congress the military and naval forces: of the Union, means now used to induce the people of South dently trusts that tht"-i issue of thu contest will bp

and construction contended for by mcmbeis in all emergencies like the present either to remove the agaiust the State of South Carolina, her con- Carolina to "retrace their steps," and to remain an example! to freemen and a lesson to
the State Lcsi-Iatutes (the very same now maintained _evil by legislation 1 i or to solicit of the States the call ofa colonists the world.r.elfoI.ilizcl1sin. rultt
authorities and citizens then it is clear forever degraded governednot : throughout
ly the President) that the generU government i il' the Convcnfon; and that. on a failure: to obtain by the
C.CIUSIVCjUdgC of the extentof the poweis delegated to consent of three fourths' of all the States an amendment that he assumes a power not only not confer- in reference to their own interests hut the i the name and behalf of tit

it, stop uothirtg hhort of despotism-s-inre the discretion giving the disputed power. it must be regarded as never icd on the Executive Lu the constitution, but interests of others. Our Fathers were told. i iI State of South Carolina, I do once more solemnly! !

of th ise who administer% the government, and not the having been intended to be given. These principleshave which belongs to no despot upon earth exercising I as we now are, that I their grievances ere in.a. i I warn you gainst: all attempts[ to seduce you f from
'ID titutlOn.'Cmld be the measure of Ificir! powers. been ) recognized)ihe President himself your primary allegiance} to the State,-I char!:
That tho aeicial Stales \\ho 1 formed the instrument lie- in his nies' to Congress at the commencemert of the a less unlimited authority than the Auto- great measure imaginary. [They were pI nmis-I you to he faithful to your duty :IS citizens South
ing savcreign and independent, have the unquestionable present 'lies and they seem only to be impracticable crat of all the Hussias : an authority, which ed, as we have been, that those grievances i Carolina, and earnestly exhort you to disregard

right to jucl !e of the infraction and, THAT A IS'Ul.JLlFlCVTJoN .,. absurdities en asserted hy South Carolina, or made subn.ittod to, would at once reduce the free should be re rc8sed. They were told, >*8 we i those '. \.ain menaces" of military: fi'rcev1 ct 1f
BY TI10SU SOVEREIGNTir.S: to her tuft Federal
OF ALL INALTIIOKISLI) ACTS DOMl; UN- iipplicablo Government. exiting COlrU'cny1illa people of these United States to a state of the now are, that tho people were milled b} a I the} President, in violation of all his constitutional;

DR coLoutt or THAT LNSTUUMEVF: is1'IIL Hut it serins that South Carolina, receives most abject and degraded slavery. But the few designing men, whoso object was a dis.-o- 'I obligations: anti of your most sacred right,shauVhe \

Rliill.rLL IIUMUDY." I I from the President credit for her President has no power whatsoevei to execute lution of the Uinon, and their own sclfnI I temph-d to employ; it would }become your solema
no sincerityhcn ,
It 1 i-s the Apostle of American Liberty himself duty at all hazards to resist I require you tofo
gr-at the laws in the mode and manner grandizemetit-they were told, as we now are,
it i is declared her Chief prescribed .
who has consecrated in :t the laws tbel\sl h'cs. On of the that would be incurred disobedience
Danger -
recorded his hat she and seeks by looking by
legacy to the American people by own sincerely anxiously U>e liberties of the State, if need be, with your
ih.it instructed- *tlnt lo the into these laws it will be seen that he has no to the Laws-The and resources -
fiand. It is by him we are and desires the suhmission of her grievancesto power lives and fnrtui-s. And may that irreat and
Cons'iltUionut compact, "cadi Stateacceded as a State shadow or resemblance of authority to execute of the mother were then as father careth for his .
a Convention of all! the Slates. Tho only country good Being, who, as a t cii! ..j
the and oilier i? an integral./"th..tllf'piriy: )Its alonclll'l co-states; lg brining paltlcH to a*the to compact itself i I I alternative (says the I President) which she any of the thrcats which he has thrown out against now, ostentatiously displayed in insulting con- : drcn," inspire us with that holy zenl in a zooil

arc put sllelHutaMloiI.J: ) lo jr./

the powers :\crciscil um.er it; t.'OIlr.J't't; s being not a I revenue ; leaving the Government without The Act of 28th February! 1715cs the I. resources on which we couid alone rely. And I Liberties.

p-irty but miMc'v!. tho a-c.ttureof thecumpact" ; hint it the of in Piesidcnt authority t ) call forth the Militia! inCase the puuishmcnt due to Treason asd; ] Rebellion In testimony whereof I have caused the seal ..
means or an acquiescence ,
'rit.Uc to Mibim, to U4nlelogitod, and support of the State to be hereunto aiU\edTaRdhavo
teuniuvs a "OV'tCL'I
of invasion a foreign nation or Indian held out as tho certain fate of all who
i-I were
of the dissolution i of Union. South Carolina
: or body our f
corisKquct'.tly unlimited 'power .n no man [L. s.] signet the same with my band.I '.
jnin. up>) earth: tJr.i! where powers are assumed I wkchhave I : has presented no such alternatives. If the Tribe." By the 2d section of that Act, should disregard the palemal efforts of their one at Columbia, tbi- 20th day of December

ant been iMt-g-itod i tIll very cj
:i nutlifi'-ati.in: lius of the natural o.I't )is\ the right'iphtful in c ,.roiiiedy<> not wMliin; that the;\- Convention caused to hi: forwarded. to him for I United States shall be opposed, or the execu- to the arms of their indul>rcnt Mothej.o the Independence! of the United Stales, th? .

f cry ii'inci: ;esUio''lSS11.a .\ .I.rJ"1; } tnnuUiiy. their ovu ;iuJhori the express piuposo of making known her | tioi: thereof obstructel in any State, by I com- They were commanded, as we have been In 57th year. ROBERT V. HAYNK,

:> a.i assur.iti.in( of power by olhers wlthil1l1.ir wishes, and her views, he would have lound, binations too powerful! to be suppressed hy the 41 retrace their steps." But though divided By the Governor. 4 }

limnand that \\iii uut Uu, right they w nild b
t..v hi.miuon abviiulw I.H l'Ihlit'and unlimited.jndgui"i: of t for wji'imvtf.ll!::s'ii:i.'" ,:1:11 f-r] I I he ]'arifl'shotild be reduced to the revenue : the! powers vested} lit he marshals by this act, are now, without an organised Government, Secretary nf State. S I

ni; exercise. l p.i-M.-d l> l'U.Ilt''S .o pal- standard and has her | it shall be lawful for t lie President of the J- S. and destitute of'arms and resources of every "
tual: MI ea' ;of ztt' bJ-iu : ) :i ; distinctly expressed : LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA.
t) lay! .1 .aui>.tlli" CuiivtittUion! aistn ;1"I; 1"t In tin u-.n!:.. willingness. tint '..an amount of duties lIb'tC1ulially I to call forth the Militii of such Slate, or of any description, they bid defiance to the tyrants I I I The Ordinance of the South Carolina (Convention .
11I1..t'.J i IJ.'j I.111t1l. tlt.il till cDUijcict: I is nul nu-aul tu behe I, 1IIJir"rm should Im levied other State or States, as TUY bo necessary lo power, and) refused obedience to his com I
: whIch had been transmitted f
o4' ill' the (JeivralO CjI'I'rlll1..nf.lJJf upon protect to Governor : ,
m-.iure ,. tho! Stattsallln d. < well articles sutIi0 suppress; such combinations, and to cause the ;mands. They incurred the legal; guilt of Rebellion <
xl.t.i. a
.:iat it .\ ill) I'fuC"I.J II' : \T as unprotected ; : I ot this "o-.monweilth: a reu' dar/ :
IJO\\"I" \Hat:. .t'\'e'r. U would be Jluj
t I (J", tiEC ;It.t.l .ol'l, and of no.yr; <-" and 'hat c uvit tl.: demands! of't :e government, for'constitll1i. I The words here u.-ed: though they might belIppO.tJ I scaffold and the field, in opposition to the <'olossalpowjrof I General: Assembly. The Message and Ordinance .
S' l'; ;. /:1/11 i 1'1 S J its oicizfiir pnmdjt lijyt IiiII her '* : to be comprehensive in their their acknowledged sovereign, I II
al lIe would have found tho i iI very .
'. r Ij\ olh"r of lb' t".-niial (;!I\ f'II:1I1IlIt : ; purposes. III j were referred] to a Committee of twenty
fHC'!iia-.4ily!6C; {: ;4:"d; 1I1lt=" 'UllI.lth.JIL..1 I by ih.i C' 'iisiiliiu;I. \ osition, {Mil forth t by the Convention itself, 'I I.t import, are rertruineoby those which follow.Hy rather than submit to the imposition; of taxes I I one. This Committee has been in Sessioa 1

lull ;In, !,-ul: !1 cxcrct-fd vvtjna then '"I'f'e.tJ\l: tinct appeal: tour sister State., for the I the next section it is declared! that whenever light and inconsiderable in themselves, but imposed I daily during the last week. deliberating]
: upon
t'"ll s c.ri of cnnvcntion and thE of.T. it may be necessary in the judgment ofthe without their consent fiJi the benefit of ]
Hint fc.inrhCarolina ,: a ; expression I the important matters referred to them. On (
Iv is on these goat: and r-ff-ntia-jtrntlj--. ntire wiilingaiess the of S. Caroh- President to use tlo :Military forco herc'bvdiro'rtl others. And what i is our present condition I 1 ,
has act, J. Judging Ji.r h.iM-f? *-= SMVCICMIJSta.e on part ; I Wednesday last, Sub-committee of three .
she lias '" iiuuiic.u riy.i-.tinj I : .\-It.tJl.. I inin .1 to suiuiiil! :I I lj.! controv LCI ltliiatr. :IIII* 1't11'.li.il': t forthwith, by Prod ;1inati'n: COMMAND srrii: three times a; as that which
Jii bnuches: to gro-- r! n at die very ,moment when he was: indul- j J one-which, after some amendments, was adopted 1 (
.'unMiluiional I l l C; and luivingixi I ,
\i.tlfl of ihe ( rou.ju' iNsuiicr.NTs 'U DJsr- wn: and retire existed in 'i6. We are maintaining not only .
il in these and peaceably
.lcd oilier jna!.is ( \ ....I.u .! If eiy 111' 1\'rCI.IIIJ.IS I' III' IIf 11:11'ITi... f. i'j' n thf poopiiof( South Carolina, and! their i ij to their respective abodes within .\ limited the rights and liberties of the people, hut the I I II OIl-C.Thc. f
..l' ain.li ; till).*' ()u reading these two sections together Sovereignty of our own State, against whose ,
tha.: compact, and i in tiuT'jjfiKiriiianQ: II.L' j ;la highly, : re--lc.tl.j Chief Magistrate, a rf'I, I 1st Resolution dwells the crisis.
-d .lor jnro-unp tu..'e;'i.. ol f t'..iii -i:t'ii'VfIlfl it is manifest tint relate toI I rebellion maybe committed but in upon Ij
int''ii-i they entirely
cr-d duty, ; i olutiou! t nud aniially I been pasMid through holh L authority I The 2d the benefit and danger of tho.I .
th" l upon
< \ is
.1111.II I i-cj-iiiig; & tl lit
t.t l 4I'v\ii ) combinations; mdriduals acting of thernsel obedience to whoso commands no man can j
.. auX no MUm-ui'-a-ui-) lul.tLd., \' :IJ.11t 10le th: t-nliju-td: wn'm b--r.lil, !.... fal th.t very tn i-ution, to which: he declares ;es without any lay ful authority. The conlitutfd : commit tl casono We are struggling against; I The 3d re-affirms the old Doctrines of Vir. .,

Souln Carolina: la hilt aulll.I") what "'"'ILI: f li I| :h't'he had no desire that uu appeal should lietnuc. ;, > authorities acting under] the laws oftie unconstitutional and oppressive taxation imposed I ;

Olil(1elt1. a.0 i at__alj! .- ..1,.titit1... _._\1-v 111. ....!.!J;I a-s.1/.I'.t...:"llat.".. : !I State, and its citizens! yielding! obedience upon us, not only without our consent, i iI I guna.The 4th protests against the Tariff. j

tlllr IlIalHlieUf'ti I : ; I.,:tt tli.-ir!: om-iiit:,,>. t"'lhhl'UII") I.u: 1 a It tRies lIuL !I..e otnc ilii digllit of a O\'I'- j t'. it* comoiunJw onituot p< ..;!.ilily be coiisiiilrro.l I! but in defiance ot our repeated rcmon"trjnrPS I Ii I 5th pledges rvery Constitutional anil proper:

lust the "amount reeit ed by them is greater liun. i iuire.l I" "," I Cfl:, State, to n<)it -u in the spirit hiCk minht as a men mo!) forming combinations against i I and solemn protests. In such a quarrel our I means for its abolition. li

'; that t I by the I w. uts c.C tu u.e 'ipjii.nl sDM.-m.ni-nt"-: 1 l : JJr 1i"L- I
tIl the 111'fIII..MI C.Jstltutiul.,1 Tli.-x-fact.-tie ,,0.1> the unwarrantable: : imputations; in which: the ue dispersed bj an Executive Proclamation: is too plain to be OI.islalicn.r c will stand!. other States. '

JZfcL objectsoijein I .t tiVcJ. The 1"n.ItIt \\ ;!h'nt j:. President }ha. thought! proper to indulge, in 1"l'.1 and any ailumpt so to treat them would be a upon the soil of Carolina and maintain the I I 7th disapproves of the course recently pur--, t

instituting :I}il' I-III1 into) motivelias' 1i.i. .1!:.- lation to South; Carolina, the proceedings ..f j iiross and palpable; violation of the sovereign sovereign authority of the State, 01 be buried I'l"'l'll"d h) South Carol na--her ordinances: &c.' \ I

.covered liaancc, and i is publicly! iww',J iUvi, I.tullc>uig iiif.is-u-.i"til'I; .LII niiendud ii> .I licer.of as her ciii/.vMs iii.d nstituted authorities. Ho II' authority of the State, and an oik-nee punishable beneath its ruins. As unhappy Poland fell I both her remedy and her precipitation it ,'. t

\t are told.'o e1CU cmrtU these ;Id.ow icJgd J aJu; I.': has noticed). only to give it countenance', I that criminally in her own Courts. Whether before the power of the Autocrat, so may C 1I- I the use of it. t

It is i\ail and llt depute about \':o.d.tl a.!lc whether our people have taken in defence of their rights I I the late Proclamation o.1'the: President w.s intended olina be crushed by the power of her enemies I 8th protests against certain principles avowed ,

liiu right ol State IntcLll..illlluay bo most properlyxtvkd and I lijcriLs! to a faction instigutcd bv, the ofibrta : as a compliance! with the provisions of -but Poland was not surrounded by free and in the Presidents Proclamation.
( r a rf right.Jii
calJug l 1 this ligSit constitutional, I, it could SH'l never \ of a few ambitious leacrrho! have got I this act, loes! nut very clearly appear. But if independent States, interested, like hc.rself, in I The three n-xt Resolutions strike! at thf t

been rounded: tj claim it :'a ijrlit granted by, or dcri I up an excitement for their own personal agrandizcment. ;- so, it can only be consideied as directed againstthe preventing the establishment of the very tyranny I steps to be adopted, .ind are as follows. f r

Tedf.omtlie Constitutioii hut. I is claimed as <..onsisicitvjlh The motives aiul chaucleTs I State, since the Laws of the United Slates which they are called upon to impose upona I 9. Hcsolred, That we earnestly deprccati

\ i t il.genius unikrft-iud.lt letter at and the iu time:pinl of; lull I being) ;tile iot Con-( nlydn.tictby of those who have been subjected to these unfounded I have certainly not been forcibly obstructed by sister Stnte. If in spite of our common I the intervention of arms on either side (to set I.

*ti uiiol. but expressly provided t for in the lg instrument imputations are beyond the reach of combinations of any sort, and it i is certainly kindred, and common interests, the glorious I tie the present unhappy disturbances i as calculated IJI

It''lf. that :i sovereign uahls. not agl.:cd to be exerci- President of the United States. Tho sacrifices worthy of observation that the command ex- recollectiop.s of the past, and the proud Jaope* I inevitably to excite and produce the mos '

fd coiij'/uitiy. should bo exerled sepaiutei j) 1. the they have made, and difficulties and trials I tended to the people is not that they should of the future, South i arolina should I cvoldly I disastrous of all national calamities ,

States! I 1:1: ttie Virginia uesolulioiis daclared uf('ii.in reference obu\.:ioted to the, even right after asBerifii I through which they may have yet to pass, I! disperse but that they should re-assemble in abandoned to her f fate, and reduced to subjection I lution of* the Union, and a civil war. Tba t (

having fuhy and accurately rc- :uJlcd and ruconsuiercd will leave no doubt as to the disinterested motives Convention and repeal the obnoxious Ordi by au unholy combination among her SiSter we theieforc atfcctionatt'hand with all tb: a

the tlesoiutions.that; she l n1d it to be her inclis-. and noble impulses .f l patriotism and nance. States-which i is believed to be utterly iin- I fraternal sympathy we feel, eaiviestlv entrei : ti

IJ'uablc co.iiund duly it 'H'ii.'i to; adhere the! Constitution to the same as and founded( aw conduciv in trutha e to honor by which they are actuah d. Could The po-.vcr of the President, so far as this nossible-and the doctrines promulgated by the oirr brcthen' South Carolina to 'pane t-- tip}

its welfare'and .Mi Madison himselfasserted, theta to they havo hecn induced to separate their o\\ n subject! ; is embraced, in relation to the Army President are to become the foundations of anew their career, to suspend the operation of tbee tip

be porf.-ctly constitutional. and conclude." personal intercuts from those of the people of I and Navy, i is exactly c.o-oxtcnsive with that system cemented by the blood of our citizens lecent ordinance, and of such Jaws as mat pP
1 IN \\Liillv 1I11.1tt-1 i:11. however by what name this South Carolina! and have ihe militia. the ; it matters not what be )lot.- ir
be consented to abandon i.I over By 1st section of Act, of may have/ been enacted to give it effect, until thew< :
l umbe called, fur if the Constit .tioa 1 compact
right lo which the tales are parlies," it" acts of the their duty to the State, no one knows better 3d Iarch 1S07, it ii expressly provided, that I Under -uch a government, as there could be no piration of the first session 01! the next Con. tlJ

Fedeuil lio win in till sire no further valid than they urraatljoiid than the President him>t-If! that they rnijiht I in all cases of 4i obstruction to the laws of the I II liberty so there could be no security either for gross, in order to await the issue of other e* F

; l.y the giant* enumerated in thatcouiji.ict,'' have been honored with the highest munire ta- I United States or of any individual State, where our persons or our property. pGriments, to see if Congress, actuated bjsj rrte
theo we haw Hulhority of ''r. .[adi"I.1 himsolf foi tions of public and ; for the President But there j is one consolation of which in '
"tint regard, perhaps instead of it is lawful to call forth the tticprovidonce sense of justice-impelled 1 by a spirit offiliation the inevitable C'inciUMon : it is. a plain priuciple
illustiatfd!! by ccmtu p.adice, and es..enlial to the na.- being the objects of vituperation, might CH'Unow I Militia for tho purpose of causing the laws to of hod no people can be deprived without may not interpose, restore harmot | tifi

lure compacts.' tt,at Whit-n resort can be hud to nn tr-; have been basking in the sunshine of Kxccutivo be duly executed, it shall bo lawful for him to of I their own consent.: The proud consciousness; Iud tranquility, and save the Union and the' 1 I tirn
done their It'our
buira1 supeiK-r to the auIiut iy! of the parlies, the pai*,esllteirinHvesiuust favor. This topic is alluded to, mere I employ t for the samo purpose, such part of the having duty. country mubt by he objectionable at
be liic! fIl1tful.iu". iu the List rcs.rl. be enslaved! let her not be dishonoured by lterovii country abandoning in
--hft.iei the Lu, gzii. iriatle, has been: pursued or viols- ly for the [purple of guarding the people of'our land or naval force ol'the United States as sons Let them not fr-e (the chains t themselves oppjessive s\'stern-.hf"thl'r. a general conve thIn

'. The cont.tulion, continues :;il Ir. Madison"wa sister States against the fatal 1 delusion that may he necessary, having first observed all the by which their liberties are to be manaced." tion ej' the States may not dissipate all can* V,'

5 '. !I.y tile sanction" of ihe .z- :ts. gtft> by n>tk la its I' South Carolina has asumed her present po- pr"-r (lui ites of the law in that respect."- The President iatiitiinUriii) : !! his Procl\i aton; of dissatisfaction; whether the mtdiati fie

..' r .i-rii caparity ; the Slates then beii.g purtu.sto the sition under the inlluenco of a ttsnpp/arv! excitement I Here then it is seen, that unless the President that a u standing army3' is about to he rat't1 to of other States not be available. .* *v.
:.! Ollth 1 and in their I'l\cn iglll"'I'citj'.1: I Ia may
compact ; and to warn them that U has been I is resolved to disregard: all constitution! obligations carry t-ect-ssion into erfcct. South Carolina desires % sc
.1.\. of neui*sity, thut t'eie' can benoliibunalnutSioriiy That on the other hand, we solemnly app 5 5tu
', ," 3 ,>t-4f to decide in the lastre!(ut. wbllh'I'' the res'jit; of the slow but steady progress of I and to trample; the laws of his country that her true position shall be clearly understoodboth th" general we rcspcctluHjf! Th
at home and abroad. Her government ha
.. I I.t "" "act made by them be \iolulei; : and, L.e. public opinion for the lat ten years ; that it is under his feet, he has no authority whatever object is not '"disunion" President to withsfav the arm .
't.tJ,. t't as the paiticti to it. they must them-.cn es : tl I:<; act of thy people thcmsrlves, taken in conformity to use force against the State of South Carolina -she has raised; lit) sta IIhIIg army, and quest our difcUlU'to ? cx
I; ":t, :- t};. Ibt resort. such questions, as may beol if driven to repel invasion or resist aggression, she force-and not to urge on existing i \v.
:. ,::,,ft. : tii::f-. nude to require their interpo-ii.oii.1' I with! the spitit ol re.-ululion.savpeatc-d- and should he attempt to do so, the pat- will do so by the strong arms and stout henris other an extremity which all must regvet-wltf :' mi
t. '.-.1!
i- .-. .. ar :!: tl ijf ditcretiou of Cotigress, and not the the solemn: determination of the Legislature, their own rights, and have too sacred a regard her purpose ; that purpose is the vindication which could never be recalled. ":

1"J.. : : ":* ; he the measuieo.'their povvert and publicly announced more than two years ago. to their duties, to hesitate one moment, in repelling of) her rights. She hits professed H sincere ai- That recommend to Congi* r (o
t ., .to r. J.-ii'fi8iR, would amou-t to tli "t e.ziiig we earnestly
? Let them not so far deceive themselves invasion from what it tnclmu'nt to the Union ; and that to the utmost of CO
con4ulid..ttl.em in the on come quarter
t.n- :;lf.: -I 'ie States and _, immediately to interpose. That we appeal
r lu-. .;; ,4'ii, nerui GO\'crnlllf"'ut', \ itfi a power a *ui.iud this subject, as to peisevere in a cour which mav. Could they be deterred by the threats her power she will endeavour to preserve it, hut.hichieves their of their ] Wtbe.
that for this sense justice-to patriotlsm'every
end it
;. .. the States: not only in cnhcs made S federal, must in the end inevitably produce a dissolution i of lawless vio enr.e, or any apprehension of is her duty to watch ton
and valuable
and consideration i dear
over infraction of those
t .- n Jili C'}$t'* \lnis.ieT r ; which would be to surreuti. of the Union: under oppose any principles
the foim! of (iovcrnm we have chot-cn, to liveLKuer the vain expectation consequences, from the faithful performance which constitute the only basis of that union, because -as they appreciate the Union, and hoveL 5 fIL .,
o .e ti-nvi ,p H:: j ovver from its own xvil:!.'' that the great body ot the people of'outIt of theji; duty, they would feel that they were a faithlii; observance of them chn alone secure brethren, to repeal the obnoxious feature ; 'L litiin

\\ e holJ it t., l.e imjjossiblc] lo resist the ILl{ument, Carolina, listening to the councils of the President tho unworthy descendants of the h Pincknevs, its existence ; that she venerates the constitution the tariff law, and once mOle restore hard i,' \ !

that Hit Kavernl States as sovereign parties. ti the com- will ackuouledge their t-rror or retrace Sumters, and Rntledges-and a thousand other and will protect and defend it 'aainstcvc- and to beloved < to
IJu t. niusl 1-o hehS lh power, in cues of gross deliber- their and Mill lc that hich the ry aggression either foreign or domestic but above happiness our country.!
steps ; s they wiil be names a.dorn panes ot'our revolutionary ITaRile
arrmJ p. Ipab.t violation to the constitution,judge tuchJcr 1 u. Resolved, That we hereby instruct j
>ea* vv oil$ 01" the i fraction as the mode and niea>- driven from the vindication of their lights, by history," some of whom have just gone all,which that she she estimates i is as beyond all price her senators, and request our representative .ij
liberty determined
Qntf: u-dre .." orours is a Consolidated Government the intimation ol the danger of domestic discord from among us, and been gathered to their unalterably neverto ; e
.. nubmission which surrender while she has the to maintain Congress, to use their best exertions to' ; 1iis.tI1a
to powej
with -vt limitation of powers- und threats of lawless violence. The fathers, leaving as a legacy their solemn injunction it." of the tart .'
immediate reduction
d euro an
$1 h J. fri ii! n hail iolemniy pronoun-- toben gieulvrnvi I TI:
: tiian: disunion it- cif. II'. to borrow Ue: language: brave men who have thrown themseh into that we should never abandon this The President denies in the most positive terms duties, and such gradual reductions alien" ;?ml

1\1 l.fa.in'a report, '. the deliberate exercise of dangerous the bit-sub in defence of'thu rights and liberties contest until we shall have obtained a fresh the right of a state under any circumstances to secede as may speedily accommodate them to t.
palpably withhold by the constitution, could of their are not to be driven understanding of the and
powers country from bargain restoredthe
far from the I Union, and puts this denial 1 on the ; s-tandard of a necessary revenue. .;SUlwa
i *
that not justify./ / the cw-i-gi'i3 parties* f to it.tl*I'M
tb.! Cons'.itutiou itht' well ns to prm ide for the safetyof merited obloquy, and death ilstlf: have no terrors still linger among us, animating us oy so many powers as to constitute jointly I wiih the tling and adjusting the controverted povcij||

tin' parties to it there would be an end tn all relief for him who fee.ls and knows that he is their example, and exhorting us to maintain other States a single nation, they cannot from that the general government, restoring "!'1rf Ip igoct8Sf
from usorped power nnd a diiect subversion of the engaged in the performance of a sacred duty. that solemn Ordinance and Declaration" period possess any right to secede.Vhiat then !
tigl ht. specified or recognized under all the State Con. The of South ( arolina have remains of those rights of the States" for which among theseveral States and compromise tli J
well subscribed
people which
arc they with their
denial of the fcndamental aware own differences it be
titllUIIUIIvl.lt as a plain the President professes so "high' a reverence, existing expedient
p'lnciple on which: our independence Its. If was declared. that however passion and prejudice may obtain nanies and in support of which they have I -in what do they consist ? And by what tenure Congress disappoint our reasonable e.pectal

." for a season the mastery of the public mind, pledged their lives, their t fortunes and their are they held ? ffhe uncontrolled of the f federal lions, pnd not abandon the present '
he onlv plausible objection thnt can he urged against reason and justice must sooner or later reassert sacred honor." Like other
government. any petty of duties before the
this to the safety of the Stales, is corpora- expiration of its 1
r.ght. j
thai it may so be indicpe/isable IalJuz& d. But this danger is bt-ie\ed! to their empire : and that whatever may be The annals which record the struggles of thin, the States may exert such powers and such next session, to call a general convention of '

be altogether lna illary. So long n-.our Union m felt asa ,, the event of this cot1le t. posterity will do justice freedom, show us that Rulers in only as may permitted by their superiors. "When allthtt Stat s.
bipHsinp: ; and ihi;* will be just so h rgu U.e federal.veriiment to their motives, and to the spotless pm ity, and every age they step beyond these limits, even a federal; officer The 12th lesolution
Ifl" hal) confine its operation wiibin the atkiiopledged -. and dcv >tcd patriotism, with which they have every country,jealous of their power, have will set at nougnt their decrees, repeal their solemn appoints two commis- /
limit of the Charter; Iliero will be no arduous resoited to the very same means to extinguish ordinances,-proclaim their citizens to be traitors, sinners to bear this expression of opinion tQ
entered into
temptation for any State to interfere with thc ,hnrmoni I an and most unequal conflict in the bosom of a man that noble instinct of and reduce them to subjection by military force ; the legislature of South Carolina.

ill' operation (f the tytlvin. There will exirt tw: strongest and the unfaltering courage with which, Liberty which piompts him to resist oppres- and if driven lo desperation, they should seek a refuge *.

motivc-s to ilducc forbearance and none to ,j.rompl by the blessing of Heaven, they will mtintain sion. The system by which Tyrants in secession, they are to be told that they have PHILADELPHIA
it shall come to every Dec.
to on either side, 0 soon as it. 11.
bound themselves
aparemiorj to those who have
tw universally ftlt rUi.1 acknowledged that I Ie_SIaWM du ago have attempted to obliterate this sentiment perpetratedor We still have delightful

*- ee oripmal draught of the Kenluck) Kcsolutions l The whole! argument, so far as it is design- and to crush the spirit of the people, consistsin "permitted perx-tual these C nion.enormities" in the iron bonds ofa of Saturday. and Sunday pas weather cc.f, the the rain

. it: tb.r liHnd wiiiiii&of Mr. Jaffereon, lately publisced by I cd HI this time to enter into it, is now disposedof the skilful employment promises and If these principles could l he established, then indeed became lair but not cold ; business weather

: ins &radijn. .- .a.-. .c. ; and it is necessary to advert to some pas- hreats, in alternative efforts" to encourage their would the days of our liberty be numbered, and the labouring classes of ri ,."c IS c.go'd4 r.' :

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AVith such a Decemberiulcr on two occasions the militia of the territory had to account at 2 14, one at 2 72, an one other at 9 dok neutral on the Belgian question ; and the course to I 1ST .>t" Letters remaining in tim Post OrHcc at

cmp\oJment.1 \ scvcrilie to the poor.- be called out to suppress their dissatisfaction; atthe' per bushel,. neither of which was never returned be taken by France is extremely" uncertain. L Tallahassee, on the 31st day of December 183,
with mjtigatcI of the Government to the danger: to me. In a settlement, however with Captain F itA f ,
CO\l1: moderate expense great l' VE. n." t ken Ol1t by the 31 s day of #Murh Will be Jell!
i :Fl must fcourse be kept at a more ,Ve find and alarm of the people of this section of country. Burch he deducted the sum of twenty-five hundred PARIS, Nov. 2.-Marshal Gerard set out th.. General Post office as dead Iclti-rs.!

I re than it maintained last u inter. Under an act ol Congress providing for an additional dollars, estimating that the sum paid was two dollars hut uight for the of the .\Allignod Daniel "Rae Fnrnuhar:
north whitherthe
S our western wharves have had a supply! of provisions for the Florida Indians and a quarter per. bushel which I have since army Andrews R. \V. MGhep John E qr.

etl hitherto of Coal. The following i is -a large sum of money was placed in the handsof ascertained from the public officers at Washingtonwas Duke of Orleans will fe-llow him in a few Ashley( Lnccy N-Nicholson Duncan

I I Ifc"lHtcnic.it-ssion of last week's despatches from the governor, with specific instructions for its the sum allowed by Governor Duval. days. l>-I>utcher! Henry Jas. EsqrP-Powel M.nruet
coal region. : 165 boats with application, which he disregarded, and as he had At that time the go\.crnurowcd me about 2 thousand General Bernard, one of the King's aides- B B.-azcy.rlour Col. James 2 PendletfnC. A.
Polls Cato
the Schuylk.II tor the season before\ done, used it through the hands of his commercial ] five hundred tIoiiars'iuichi) was transferredto de-camp, has been appointed Director of the KirkM.-ar Thomas E. Patton Robert '

9720 tons, making an agcrejsatc favourites ; consequently the provisions Captain Burch, to settle with the {governor he works for l fortifying Pads. in the room of G'en. I Blunt Redijin Pemiarvis Josiah S.

\ of 207,69 1ifl. were obtained and delivered to the Indians, hy private gave an order to furnish the corn, and it was done V.tLze. Ben ton Johnttrandmll. Pho ran John-2

in such *. would suite the anti Captain Burch told me to make the accountsout I. P.&co.
arrangement- a \ay as According to private letters of the 27th nit. U-Robinson Mrs. San.&
LltIU1.l1' : appetite speculation ; contrary to the orders and and lie would have it trrJlJt-rcd.-The corn from Amsterdam Billin.sey! John P.C KoWrson James

.i ._- interest of the Government, and; thereby greatly cost me about 75 edits per. bushel nt Pensacola. the Dykes have been Pierced -(Mark Capt. Edward Koihwell llil\m
------ ------- !lessoning the usefulness of this bel1maeilt'prov\ 1\1. CRU1TER. and the inundation extends hevond Per- ('..r..onh.. A. llheny John II.

A-LaJlill ion of Congress. gen-op-Zoom. Flushing ia in the same state Coavi ton Tristram llosseau J.

! .JANUARY 5. Ge'crnor'Dm'al Tallahassee 5//i Nor. of tic It'nee 1809. Cook! Washiujton N. Rciporl Milton
-ctTPRDAY MOKXINti charged thc United States 25 1331. us in
. Cameron Hon.. John A. Russell
--- James
_. --- bushel tor : delivered the Indians Dear bir. Kudosed is letter Iromn1r.. John 3h
: ----- rents per. corn to a >nsieur Dupm has renounced prospects Carr HawkinsChaires Roberts! Charles
vi C *ire obli- t" \xrl"kI ifci'M ',variety in order: when Major Chaires proposed to furnish it at one M'lvor in which he declines answering the interrogatories J ot the Presidency o, the Chamber Deputies. T. P. Rowl.iy Janis B.

tl) rive. pbc to.t!.'c PjorUmutun: ) ol governor IJaymVe ,-. dollar and Samuel Y. Garey at seventy cent the addressed to him by yourself dative to M. Lafato i therefore, we to Cook Johnson RkharjViIkm R
-\ reret that tIt' t'xccutiClf .South Carolina, into corn was purchased at Pensacola! at 75 cents by Governor 1)11:11cOIlCluet in giving out the contracts be the treideimt.IIAVRE presume, emrJohn Reynolds Thomas

of) ,"lrllIH. coiK-iivid to he his duty, Captain Crupper, the governor owed Crupper for furnishing I the Indians as well as other i D-Dnmm.u Thomas Retards Ann

!h.uM J petformance!have "I'l'lieI1'h\ rpiihcts to the Chief Magistiit jOO )1s. at that time which C. says he has never matters connected with his administration, at that .N 0\'. 3.-Sales of Cotton : 141 nllnr.Rn Tnmas S-S.H1df'r" S'cphen .1 .

the Union.-\\ *l1 haw: hopes that ConrLss I received, and intimates, that the governor through period as governor and supe.intendant): of Indians bale* Georgia Uplands, IS n 19 1-2 sous ; .0 Doles Mary" Spears William
of Duval} U .
< ,onavrt the thrfciUiicd danger.Tlu" an arrangt'mentvith Captain Burch, kept that amount Alfairs.; III a conversation; with me, he stated that Mobile, Is ; 55 Tennessee, 17 1-2. K- r.vniwDividL.P.-4 Smith WilliamSikts

-A Ill by; a timely conrr over the wants of the Gov- | tor his part of the profits : there was three delicacy prevented his volunteering 1 his evidence, LG r PT. Evans Al Ved JohnStrickland

t \ -e.ss vl revenue.six i millio.Ks. which 1 the Seen.tnrv .- | accounts made out and certified by Crupper, for but that 1 if called on by the I government in a legal The Constitutional states, that account* !:-Fisher Mr. GeorgeFnquson Selph John Johu -
tiuu.ud at
i luiiicni i" e> be taken oil by the same corn, all/ of.vhuic.hi, may have l'l'l'l' paid manner, be would feel bound to give a lull statement from Alexandria of September 28th affirm that James Sellers.itliam

'If the Tje.T-nury mmnt.icims to by the n"ernu as they varied in the price, andno of all the facts within his knowledge. I He negotiations are with Kolkcr! William( [.-2Folkcr Shcphard John T. 0

H reduction of the I'utits on prolificJ articles doubt did in dates ; they were never retured to also intimated I that lie was acquainted I with fiicts going on Turkey for anarram.mgwi1etit Joseph Stcfrs Rollings

take C. connected with the interrogatories addressed to and that it is even ,7 ..id one ha .irrlulh! & Atwood Smith ttrliardXaShcpard

C o tt0._ : further declint.f Jj.ilf) a, < rt has' iipLirc.Dy him, which have not as yet been made a !Ilh'ct of been made,;-y which Syria and Cyprus are giv- G-Graham Sarah Mi>s. -

htte nJ.ices from 1l'W-' urk, ( I wrtt'"lr.1Iu.ll1nh from [Ni n. I.J' I, Elias Jf'E/mn, of Thomas County public inquiry, and which would have a material cit to the \ JCcwy. fJill.-tt Marcus Shepard John S.

..:: ql1ot\li.\ts. in the f.irm.-r marluts are that I attended at I the of confirming the --- H[IIlnutlcrYiUi! : 1 Saxon*"I I
; (1() hereby certify, bearing on propriety appointment SPAIN. lenry
JO to iL'cti! --wilu-latter, from 10) toll 1 .--:\1 Aug'tafliT. Georgia sometime in the one tlwu.i\t of Governor Duval to the office he now holds.! '1'lie favorable changes made 1 lenry John Smith lIon Jat. L.
year the Hardin.
hy Queen J.
3Dth the qu'itaiions arc from 10 t) 10;.-Fiughtt' ; I have the honour to be T-Thomas Mr.Taylor .
and lour a -
eight hundf.1 twenty pursuant t proclamation in ofli. ers, and measures have b.-cn e.ved H -usot M< rtFiaH Williain2Thompson
Charleston : j.ublie expressions or joy m the Kingdom.General Mr.
ctwiingproposa1s: firl contract to Harris J. W. !
S.- inrrnVn, of the Legi'atirc Council have cr- .under. it is sai,., is to the Taylor William M.
Florida Indians with rations, with a view to become '\ ILLIAM WAYATT Esqr. pLce Flail Mijor William Troite James F.

.. ri.J--Tl.c sctiion: comrac, HC/-S on Monday next.As a ( competitor; for a part of the contract, to ount ei'bspague as commandant of Catulou Hart fdw in-2 U-Ulmer Philip

supply the Indians with provisions. That on my Mr. M'lvor states, tint (Joverrnr Duval left H-.Hi' Charles V-Vnss E. B.Jnhinsor. .

we usully! receive a con.iicrable! number of new arrival in Tallahassee, Governor Duval! was not at Tallahassee, a day or two )before the day fixed upon 1 he Duchess of Angnuleine left Vienna on r- William Vickers Jorda.iW .

Fitcti! !(t5ons.it lhisr ,;( we will remark that it is that place-I Witl't until the time expected for tit receive proposals for tie contracts to supply; the the 25th October lot Prague, to visii her niece Jordan Johnson, Junius John 'VuIker Id'nrdt'

<',ur ( j-om to print (xtra copies *'' that those wishing receiving proposals accordance with the proclamation Indians in 1S24 wth: ptovisions; that he leil no and ham Ie* X. w s to imveat ienna on the, Johnson G. S. C.'iI1ilms White Joel Drew

1\1 uib'cnbc can always obtain a complete n.t of tin. as before stated. The governor was not verbal or written notice of where he was going; iollowmg day with ins -loev Menjamin-2 Williams;
salte.HLJ..GI Henry
i.vJit; !> r.of the Floridian containing the Journals of thluyHiJinsot' I present, and I returned home wiJuHt I having any he told me, however, in strict C onfidence, that lie J 'yroe Gcorrre Wasju'nijton Henry
i L; .Ion.Pnvute .
ilic Legislative! Council. I opportunity to make a bid. M'IL was going to Judge RoLmsons, and enjoined upon -Kemp: George W. Ward John

:; Tallahassee, July lu'th IS H.I me thai I should not male I that fact known b any Correspondence from Brussels, : ":I Archibald AVoolley J. H.

TO TilE PUBLIC. 011(. November 2d, states, that meeting was held L-Lemons S.1I1chc.hite Thomas< G.

Kindred Hall, of the same: Counry alI state, After M. Crupper got the! contract for St. Marks on the 1st by the Ministers and me iorcin.uribassadors !Ll-\vd= N'ci..lasaw Waters TIesekiahThomas
; '
>o.1v.'fbe do certify that I was also a"illtkrlt\( said contract, and had a large : of goods there, and was issuing at which Leopol-1 ubmitiuu 'hon: AH-n-2 '\ ri'ht
. delay of the pri> tlt> number lwcn cau- and at Tallahassee, and that the above statement rations to the Indiins &c., I wa IreqwnlLat I tWill London 31-' nJ">'-n White ,- oopcr.
propositions and Paris. 1 he 'In'osli Jo'.n
'<\1 l by mv long; and continued il1"isp() itilll1.Iy of Mr. M'Elvan is iu.all its parts true and correct that [place, and saw on many: occasions gi eat m- Director Ueneriii ( '.'w' M.2Vi:1am!: James.
.'ahh have: In-coine measurably restored, 1 now a'ail oi War is the (Jr.-! to htiM> .ly Ierj.iminM'NiIv -
the Indianon! I
: Nov. 16th 1831. KINDRED HALL. ju' tice done : one occasion saw a I J .
nivself of l the first opportunity, of lay in.a: be- r small stear or yearling wlncn uoiddhuu. xveightetl a decided opposition to the evacuation of \ enloo. i. Persons i -s [12loiters..]
railing f.'r
Ibre the public the balance of the facts: connected L[:No. 2.] DECATCR CoUNTY, (Li., Nov. 12th 1S32.I about 350, i issi.ed; to the In.i.ans I tur I .))1))() rairuis: lIe tated that, Witt-out that point on theAleu.se .' t' ay. -i1vi's.d! |&.,.':rv. jn3w the! aovclettcrswil1pcar] I. fl. S ARC'V P.M,
with the re-appointment of Governor Duval. it would be ----------. .. .
soli! it -------
do Ilt'rl'bccrtili.', that I I attended at Tallahassee they immediately again! : to Crupper i ; for somebottles impossible to attack Ilui- ---------------------------------------------------
IJ i'of .
In the number* heretofore published, 1 believe it of and IIt laud, ;11I1 .Let.i- n-namin.; m tl,, Pose. fir.' ::tt
t in accordance w'ith the advertisement oi Governor wlu.skey, they were l'rll.pI.C..Ilit'; I perhaps to renst it. 1I
abundant is t furnished ; -4 u-ncy, Florida, on the 31st of Dec-
is admitted by alj, that proof day 1 :S2.
that from the Duval in June 1 1S21, to becunr- bidder for stear again to the Indians upon another: i.-ua'- tho c upation ol the citadel of Antwerp 111'a> i: not laktn nut by the 31sr day of M irrh
how the charges preferred next,
to the ollicial conduct of Governor i itr.tlHv a part of the Indian contract. That when I arrived That t the I Indians whilst remaining t there t had; provisions he PIOIIO..J. *u of little importance w thout the '111'w:!! be sent to the General Post Office as dead
against: of their in abundance and) did i !-lcr -.
at that place the was: not there at the own jrreat : ; of the '
United States I governor liberty- -clicldt guarantied
of the werenever
Duval to the President by convention *
1 learn that lie not require antfiutim the Government. Some short I 'irbt'.re John s. M'Lnuchlin
him could John
That day appointed by nor .vith I Holland
tliegovtratr unJer of
investigated or disapproved. consent I he PowerIn B
: had I I lime: after I the imposition above) mentioned was 'int Rrddinq; M'Alpin Robert
of I lift any notice wheie! I he could be I\H\ i lIlel. ,
shainelully! siirunk from! an investigation! however accidentally information that he had prar.lllTdllpol the Indians, I mentioned them lo this he was Mippnrted. Th,; King -aid he it-n: : J'.1Hn.! Moody Enoch

. them and l by) a course of conduct wholly disrei.juitahle to Jonathan, Kohnisons got about 20 miles dis- Governor DUa'II! ivas then hoarding at my could not well now, refuse any th.ng CIH 1IIU- I \, Ib".1 Sieth '[rs. Mabec MarthaM'CullohCaroIinc
none !;
3. Iii other station suc- <'sr. l:1rynn
to man in ,or any house he stcmed much displeased; at the information (.ct by ihe Powers. There aid be I ANewtnu -.
and Mile tant, to which place I immediately: went, where I was > to a Virsey IllizabethCash
. vcilcd: by piomi'ses amounting to bargain and rather (hi: mied, than thanked me !tor\ ii t. majority at the j n'ha
to him, as lo thotwho exacted them found the governor, on the mxt day; the governor meeting in (favor i, tu-j evacuation Harriet A. Oats James K.-2
:1 of i is tll-lrII'dill him :ill certain in this territoyto received? the proposals of 11. Crupper, J, Robin I. I had considerable! .iccounts airaii! : :t GovernorDuval of Liamuurg conditionally, and the p.is_ f ': rn''chm.om Jihn Onral Mr.DiiP.ni .
{ ; pemms : for balling kc., 1 for I lie in which .> .
Ills I sons, Benjamin Chaires, Gcn Clark and myself: duelling :-fsMon of the citadel Iii tho I neir Medicine ( Charles 2 4
both his calumnies against appo- Antwerp on
aid\ him in I : ; : Mg-
all the bidders i he now lives, and hoatding Indian inteipetei &c., I Dunn Solf mn-2 i I
the of being persons present, as my pro-I of with Philips N.
ill Hlug a iiolland. A diflieuity
ns well :as suppressing investigation treaty new ')
ii! posal, although the lowest was: refused! by the :. which he requested( to make out againsl the !!.val Alexander Fonn Robinson Jnd c
01 vvlioni
. bis! p-iVie! (.OUtI)Oct. Persons Will some. I governor, the reasons l for this, I have always believed I United States, which I did, and receipted t tJf'nl.- was expected to ari.-c :n m time nece>sit I I'If '3.a5s: Liir.ricr! flohjns.'nVihIiai. l
of tl.cli'Uiiest I
denounced him and )his public acts in terms were that the had previously de- I Colonel Walton told I mi' that wereail.wed the t oiiiainmg the con>ent ot (th\ >- (l'rm l1IC.un'I FitMs; Jo.e1hV.-2 auburn! Ira Co

a J: I disapprobation: I : :and* censure.ilavin refuted .the assertions. of lermined to give the governor contracts to Crupper, under I governor and paid ; the governor lias not yet paid stidt-ration to the oicupaiiu ot tile part <'I t tljiir : ain: TXi\Chri idrietfhcr SiniiJi; M. 'V.
tluis o>mpi 't ly lophcr J.hll-3
: Governor"Duval r contained! in his dinner eorre.spondenee I any circumstances from the fact: of bis lea vinC1' Tallahassee me) but a part: of the I accounts, he' promt?* d to do rnboutg bcloimmg $lo H. l"i"iu.r" |i i1('f' Hem Taylor Turner Lewis

a'uJ pivhe', not ten up for him and t lorccd : abe did, and his conduct at the time and so, however, but since retied: Ie !propoa.iuuli.s 01 .tin j Ktst conference. hti- 0 :IfN';: J.imcs Doctor T U.-p"l ,\. B.
afterwards. This statementva; made out In me anil .dict.i-: ;:II1
the public with a view to deceive the I I'ccnr-'fu' i : a rCCl;jtljJ oy t:1.it1: .y 11 3Jarcus WihiI'r! IJosett SFT
upon lew JeliidrJ jiartizans, who Kcem to Sometime after the contracts were t thus given ted by Mr. M'lvorrknowlcdged by him in the! i.iiid. trri>on I t. >*n n L.-2I U.li; I':' ... L:
by a
I out, Mr. Crupper went to New-Orleans drafts I presence of a : eJltl'mHI: tiint I the liicts: c:'lita mid I!.rriv; >.1 'iVihiin; D. :":-on \aimnt' MrW.stor
and *
1_ I have I b-vii actiritrd by personal *, J he minister
: : party I or war put oidnr.s .* 'I[ .
I: from Governor Duval to draw at that place and in it was I true, and which he would make! oath to, b.cxpre.- 'ii- !':'.:hU'\ I D. Hlias
m connnJi) Uienceith the governor, ::irain>t the v.ei.'end. q. I
redeem :Mobile} large sums of due the Indians: for required by all the parties ciinmcei: tied. to ; 0:1 tin.: 2d IS'ovembur.Tho : HeubiiiU. U-r1hc'" v t oreiuI ;
tiih an-l 1 I will now proceed to : money .
t' j'isiice.: my Gf'nn.m
I shall make but I lew comments the above i hambcrs were to meet H\ ll'i i'ldon; fl'iiram:;
evidence before their) annuities and improvements &c. That I Crupper ) upon( vvitnotit a rnya p
ami I
pledge, by l laving; the charges .I' "! fjuire U'ik
. th' public' who can: jud-e and decide for themwives. returned with a large stock of goods, a nil. some charges ami evidence : it h ''nou C rl. to say that the suuiu.on.s-, under I ihe ?t'lh article ot tho LUll-I a I.ins R'..btrkiixiJ Yan Jesse-* Jo me? .

I five or six thousand dollars in )boxes containing evidence i is more than snlh'uent to cOIi'iIlCl'11' I stitution, on th- 13th; l'""elilUl,r. ,1-. \% i Yon Phili"!

1,000 each, ;1-I stated to me by said: Crupper. That honest man that I the charge: above stated is mor',. The 21nhi h consul at Antwerp, on the 31st I .:."ir in Mary! ((61 letters.:e ](

.. To the Presitluit of the United States. I arrived at St Marks in the evening of the same: .! than sustained. The above statement of Mr. M'i I i 0 tobcr, had notilied: lhea.itaitiN; lit f "e- eI.- 1 .I.- ?3vJ] M.J P.LUEP.M.
_ _
off Ivor is conclusive, and furnishes a ht'to the whole -- .
day the Indians bad been paid I their annuities ---- --
.Si>-Ti;.e f fiiHovviujreliarire1! ? and specifications I a- for their improvement*, and .. Crupper informed I rut tismi Cl UII. If I 1 Governor Dnval Is; the puiely! in the 4 ,)ort, tout he hould\ depart; i.iuiifcdi-iteiv) J I.* .1)' Br..irly .':','r.. 'i'ie; plinration I torm."-iy; \"'.i kimv...

e William: P. Duval Governor of Florida beeau.se tile King of Holland ltI-llIl! :apI>!" ,"I"1; (f I It. 1I\'w\'r:, ..r VIJMf -:.. v ::11
H.uitsl I : are me that be had paid oil the Indians, and 1 that lie honest public otl-cer: 1 that I: his IrirmN contend fc r, having n e.-, iv.-ci.ttitioi .
respectfully: :submitted \our consideration. why didjie h.nd: l\J M'lvor to to comply with the requisitions, there would! 0 : i >((Mt.Ith HID .h'n' tlte! I.-nd artoj- :.
had not opened hut one of the boxes of money. r. seciecy upon a DC .hlllliry : [ t,"}:.r:{. ofV.CARI'EIt.( .
C 1. Malpractice) ; in ()olliCv.- ViIi! a view tofivouriti :: lie afterwards, also, stated that he regretted! that matter which his oath I and! honour i-njomed upon an immediate blockade. The b'rcnch consul

-. i and his; own private interest, in discharge of he had not left a part of the money at IVnsaroln, him, should; I be made public, and why did I he charge made n similar notification i'he national I W I > 1 IdAVilI l he nlfon! ur lIt.'arttlc capital
bis duties r-i rinteiulant of Indian 'attains in United -L :( tILre i", Talahn-seo! on Mond.iy thf} ISih
I. suj as goods suited] the Indians as well money ; Governor the States with the expense of huildinir hisprivate bank had al.o'ca ed foreign discounts. ol 1 flay
Flo L:> n"\i, a likc1ttJ1Z ; fellow lbm'IS .
n li.Sj'Mtcificajionsin: ruary fleri> ,
i ,
Duval That whilst Saint dwelling, which afterwards he offered. to
was present. it i is
stated to have heemmihie current nt f aT the ,.
yt'.II'S property' WiHon hby Whito.Imrst
.,. sjtipport] of the same as follows.bamc Marks I saw the Indians at divers! times purchasing sell to the territory for about ten prices, and I lielCr1mS Vienna the opinionat d.ccM. 'iVrri ;halfnsh find a"cre !
} 25th of Oetouer o-ie i' the
on t I that Austria ron
time in the I S1, Govui nor Duval re- who perlbrmea? the laliour in building it, .
year whiskey at upper's store, and there seemed Frusia >j: MInn; d ii'-xt .Tnnn.iry. Jan. 51h\ 133: S0',ls."J .
LI and llusMa
I cvived instructions from the \Var Dejiarttnent, to to be much intoxication among them. That: Governor have never yet received their pay ; ?,o he has .!oi had dutermmed on newstops i

1.,. advertise for, and j give out contracts for supplyingtne Duva) was frequently the More, and it the Louse, and also the money that it cost. The m regard to thc Belgian questio., iUl'Ol1- "J 1.I. >7O l T.t'railer.-and All Gnu.persons T.. F.im.'ebttd T.miniPr: f- Jos-; ; II. T.r.iICE.

:' rjornla Indians with rations 6c.c., agitvab't to scorned as though the trading &c., with the Indi- corn transaction i is too plain to need comment. epu-nce of which the Kicnch troops \\ ill be make; : immediate eitlicr to tJu-m are rrq.ntcil Richard

the treaty between them and the United States, an.J: must have all took pbcc'ulldtT )his own eye. Major Chaires proposed! in furnish the! corn at out 11Io.n-ilt. II I'ro! t.qt. rh:. i Igllltli. i 1 iy wardf Tnllalns, payment, who i is ful y authorized or ff> acif

:r pursuant to whicJi he issued a proclamation, and I Iy That I had contracted with Ci upper to furnish dollar per. bushel, and :r. ( art'v at eighty cents.Mr. --- r -- .r tlipui in h"ir aUen.-c. J'"II1r'51h IE33. 20tfM

y puhi! >!hed it in all the newspapers of Florida: and. fresh beef for the issues at St. Marks, which I did -- Crupper actually purchJI'll'it I at 8e't.'ntvfi'e tea .."O'UJU .,..Lt. 1Y N A !J I I' A? 1 Ii N.PYEs'INKPOWDER "

a in several papers of the adjoining States ; Muting I nil to a small amount, which he purchased from cents, which fart Governor; Du'alVHS rl le.im oat Jvltn Ma, ris,

lint he would receive proposals until the 15th of I i the i Indians themselves, that the Indians: had during 'I hound to know, yet he allowed 2-J5 cts. per. btishI _. .) consigned to ihe uij:ci mer is

1 June at Tallahassee! the scat of Government of II the issues nt St. Mark" provisiorisof their own I Crupper i'ingup a debt which: the governoi; 'ritjno( red ,for salt- on the most I liberal I ANDLIQUID ,

\' Florida ; t for suppl) iug the Florida IlJau.ilh: in great abundance. That: I do not think that theissues 1 owed him of 2,500 dols., and with view to a stili t terms.

rations &c., at which lime ami place! he would attend I i at St. Marks could have exceeded upon on greater profit or speculation: three accounts were : ouiv. L. U years old, built Virginia and under of the the I II INK.
.IIICUllllc nu.iiicf t>t iiio O\\
::1 -iiil make known to the bidders! the result! ofthcir than fifty rations \ made out, all ol uhich may have been paid, as noj ., 'upci.n.t : ncr,
average per. day more except e-st uuucrmN, is schunner liir;cdvi, U1| Ih JHI >M..' I -i witti .ht
. proposals. Two days prior to the time thus such days as the Indians met fbr a talk. That there j investiir-'i lion was made hy the President relative : engine oJ( horse pouf, dra\ s .U tVrt v.iter, and 3 tee I IFII:) and< ouiinted: Lna: sltpcr -
fixed and after the IId been informed I to that fact.: The evidence of Parham and Gilbert } iincxiunpti-rl[ teputation of these articles,
I upon governor was a considerable lot of damaged; flour at Saint \\CIIIO.II"'I1. is 11'2 ft-ct in Unglh 231 1't-ct brain, and I u I I.. y are invited to read the following respec.able testk-
that there vveie proposals, left It Tallahassee, Mark", which I understood lion CrupIl'rIS I clearly shows) that the governor had an D l'n-I forty fort iuchului; giianl-t,, amid \,ell unphd withealiin i iI mOllY to tin fact, and to make trial for ihemseivts.

: in tue hands of an acrent, to l he batuk-.l to him on shipped to Tampa Bay for the I Indians, that said cy in the I great i injustice: done the Indians, a mid con.i I and Kitchen ti'iniiurr, I ft'un, ,,'c.-\\ ill carry a- The importance of having the very best of Writing;

.. thai d.ty. He left Tallahassee' \\ ithout even informing flour was 01'had quality and according to my :N1l'ntlv1lust have had an interest in the profits hout 4 Itr LOU; [luirrtls ui.der dock, antl \,;\ i-alcut.itcd Ink is too welt known to be mentioned. This l kind has
the gentlemen with whom, lie boarded, where entirely unlit for( vise. ariin: I roof the same. WILLIAM W V.\' '. to run between. Jilrk1 Appalacliirola, niutrsevv I been in u!e fourteen years, and the testimony respecting -

. 'he was going, i111d on being a4 '.i\ replied THAT m; judgment R. PARIIAM.No. I Crh-atK<. The safely: in which .she ])crlbnne'd 1 her trip it is the Same from all parts of the country.
n'AS I limn Nom!folk to this place, will we hnpi. mule: her to Recommendations.nesiiUrofContrifunces .
i I j!uljlic confidence, it'not di>posrd of before tile 20th I II Office,.V. Orpins,J n.2T, 1812'vlcssrs.
f henjiriv ui ly cJosed the miles distant, and [ 3.] DECATUR COUNTY, G.\., No13, 1831. FROM EUROPE. I I iimt.; she \vill he M-nt to another market ; any pert lHI MATXARO & 'OTES': p-iitli-nitn, hnvtr

'( had met there i contractsby persons who I hereby certify that I kept the only hoarding By the arrival of the packet ship Formosa, Capt. .I or nnjuny within} ;; to j I'I11'eha-c, u-ill please apply to used your Ink tir n'Il'"t two :years, we hathe 'pleasure .
nun by private) I II
I arrangement, with tile i Orne have received files of I the Mihscnburs at .St. .\Ia:h :, where the uuat \\ill be to inform that fo'nnd it be flf
of Chaires who. house at the Fort of St. Marks during the time on Saturday, we our yon we t a superio?
exception Major savs tnat it I shown t lima and tern.s nuile known.PEACHY .
that the Indians were paid ofF and received rationsat Paris papers to the 4th, and Bane to the 5th of' utility, and the best we have ever used It flows welt
was by accident that he got wind of {ihi* trall(1'emu"t.rnl'nt & aiAKINDKR.fit. and black.
that That Governor Duval M. Crupper Novcniber.Ve ;are indebted also to Capt.Orlle gives a permanent
plarc. ,
ot the governor. A considerable 1arks, January ntli 18:13. 202wOdlt. Yours
num with That hru't 1 for a ;in tt* file of j Swiss : respectfully,
and others boarded me. Crupper papers. .
her of persons attended at Tallahassee in accordance tlUJ..LAHS It i:A\ Aill).--,Kan.i- I ANTONIO DTTCROS,lie sister of Conveyances
with the governor's proclamation] vv illi a view on from New-Orleans) a large store of goods, and i I BRUSSELS, Oct. 20.-Gen. Droprl'z set ofT, : .t.,way iVuni the subscriber the niluot CHARLES BAYON, Dtput Rosier.

lo take the contracts but some five or seven thousand dollars in specie, in yesterday for the g-t'1eralllcad quarters. iln'Jd'.h ult a mulallo slave by the name Bank U. S.
were prevented from becoming Office Z) c.7, 1831.
competitors for tie same as the boiccs, of 1,000 ricm. That a greater part of this I Lord Frederick Filz Clarence set out yesterday of f tillu'slid: slave Is about five foci, four I The Ink Powder of Maynard and JS'oycV has been
I were given out before they understood what had money was never taken out of the boxes. That 'I I for Antwerp, to inspect the fortifications of that n:hf.s luih, has been living at tort St.Marksr used in this Office for sever} years. We find it stipe-
Indians ) the amounts due them I city. the last five months, and formerly been nuT
l1tc0U1e of him. the was chiefly paid to any we have ever used. P. BENSON, Casahr.
for their improvements and annuities &c. in goodsat : (;en. Dclaborde) aid-de-campof. the King of the __________ -vd lo going as cook in \cssel, running; I I Hewers Office, AcvForA, Oct. 25, 1831.
Now it i is clearly! shown from this statement of very high prices-I I saw Crupper paying orT the : French, has also gone thither for the same object. I i from fcv. M\ i' Ksand Mu aolia t''w-OrIraiis. 1 will I. M( MATNARD & NOTES' J

f..-t.i that Governor Duval wi d to avoid compe Indians in'part in blanket- at 2 50 earl!i : i\l.ich I he FRAKFORT, Oct. 24.-The funds (HI .xeMer- _,iv. c ab ve reward to any person who ,vill anpjeiiend Gentlemen,-Havins: used yonr Ink about jir j/fors/
tition m giving out this im of several said slave and' lodge him ill jail, anal j;: .c infm ma- we have no hesitation in it
|>ortant contract, involving I iniormed: me cost him but 50cts. New-Orleans dny at our Exchange, on the report expresses pronouncing superior to nrr ,
at lcat TO.OOOJols., for if it was his intention The blankets was small and of a most inferior having arrived with news unlavourabc: to lion of the simo to It'&sr!. Kerr Swrpes M. Marks, w c have heretofore used, and as such cheerfully rec .-. V
very I DJwuid S .xias Magnolia who wiltPKTERli.SWAl.V
Tallahassee, or ,
or it.
to have done otherwise be would I the desired settlement ol the Belgian mend Kopcctfully, your obed't. serv'ts.JAMES .
not have left quality, he also charged the Indians SOdols. a piece (1tmCSti11.jlj l'aIhe' iibovc n waul.I 1 ;.

he 1 alia hassee under the pretence which he did, which I for( saddles, which was not 01! very superior quality II King of the Belgians Denied determined to St. Marks: January 5th 1333. 20if I DAVID GLADD. M'MURRAY., ,

well knew would) amount to a total! disappoint( which), I understood was sent a1* presents to the push matters to an extreme and the next courier //tiu.-y Hum, Fruitc.. GEOGE MORTIMER.

ment Ins to those who would attend in pursuance of cfiief., hut nevertheless sold at that price to them, must brmir news of his definitive resolution.TURKEY. 15I.Is. w liiskey ; 10 bbla nun ; :3 bbls.! gin, Thin above valuable articles may be bad at whole

notice, consequently he: must have had TAXOURiTihMoRiiis -that I the I Indians had whiskey without restraint .-PAUL*, Nov. 2.-Late accounts 9 <: cidtr, sale and retail, at a small advance on the manufactures

owAPEUSO.TU.. INTEREST and per- and in great abundance! and was con..tantly in a ; tend to confirm the re)port of an approaching; accommodation ,- 5 qr. casks sweet, price, of E. B. PERKINS, gt1t.

3 LUtl.llll"Jew. : amounting ill point of fact: to state of great and miserable intoxication, that they I between the Porte and Pacha: of I'.- t! Si. Lucia, > WINES. Tallahassee January 5th 1833. 20tf

PE3ctiCC and a total disregard to his duties, as i must have gotten the whiskey from Crupper as : gypt. Mahernct Ah[ embarrassed; by his victories, li boxes Sherry, ) ADAMS, .ft/ornty at Laic, is located at

au the Government. 11. Crupper, who there was Iii) other store at that piece or within 20 and educed to a great want of money:, has expressed 7 bbls. ilryrd npples; 2 bbly. dryrd pcnchc?, JOHN. He will attend the Courts of Gadsdcn,

was the ostonwble contractor 'n this matter at St. or thirty mill! !?. I know that there wa.s a lot ofroltfn I a desire lo have an understanding with the 2a bbl. f retn: apples Lis.; 3 bbl:. coliec buckwheat;}23 bio. Hour, Lc-'ii and Jackson counties, and the Court o! Appeals
Marks: soon after:1fd.opcned a large store of: Hour either left at St. Marks by the United I Grand Sl'i nilr. France and England are interfstinnr 35 10 lute's hf.jces collie ; I It IS) boxes I eatidhs, in- Tallahassee. January 5th 1833. 208w I

:rOO&tS at.tlJat place, which was under the patron- States troops, or brought on by Crupper; which I I I themselves in the negotiation ; and, on the I j" biuich soap ; raisins ; 20 vperin j boxt-sdilio, :j OTICK: is hereby inn that I will proceed, on
of Governor Duval, and jn which it is believed Indians) that there 28th of September, an English: sloop of \\a r from 1 1 the i9th
Ir I believe was issued to the ; wasa :1IJ bbls. pork ; 20! sad had considerable interest. The money which good! lot of flour come for them, which I understood Alexa nil riaanchmoretl near Smyrna, whither she sent 10OUO Spanish se.urs. Jtisi ifc.eiveit per. biigAtlamic i public iLLICLIOL), li> the highest bidder for cash, fi honsr.

s placed ill the hands of }his Excellency by theOYerninent : was kept by Governor Duv.il, and a part of despatches by a Wat, which the Consul immediately fron. C\\-YIrk, and will be sold tm aci-ommu-! i and lot beknging! to Parson O. Hayes, situarul in the

to pay the Indians agreeable to theipubiwiw which sold by him to Major Hall of Tallahassee, sent by express to Constantinople Intelligent ,. ltin terms by LAWKE>CE P. hILL.Jttiinary .. tow n of Tallahassee, near Methodist Church hv

of the treaty, was by him lodged ine and this rotten flour put in its place or exchanged |persons from Smyrna believed these to relate to. MIi'I33. :.011N' virmc 0" a deed of trust jriven I by the said Hayes on
hands Of ;lr. Mahemct. suhscrunr has obtained letters oi the J 1th clay of January 1S3I, nn l conveying the snolproperly
Crupper. The Indians receiving for the same. This flour I examined myself; and( propositions from O'llCK.-1

Which Id sat an exorbitant I price for the same, amonS I knew it to be of a quality that no living animal, The report of the defeat of the Turkish fleet Is administration on the estate of Miclijul Cmnmair hundred: and to me t\\in ellt.fin'tru:t in dollars secure due the ly pajment: bond' of one

Was large quantities of wlmikesol(1 under not HOG could have EATEN IT. not confirmed. Tin-re has been no naval engage ; :;?, late of Leon County deceased. Ueoiii-sts all date 23i.h bcarfnc
even a January Ibal, from the .said
.IC1't've of havm claims aiiul said I estate to to John
lciIites br tiC I tVCr1ur, increasing greatly the That Governor Duval was at St. .Marks duringthe ment. The Egyptians, however, have captured 111.1 Si OIlS duly uiilicnticalcd a; within! time Wile pnrcribcd prcMntliem 11. Gru-tn, executor of fc-'olomon Green deceased
which they could be time when five vessels of dllle-i cnt sizes. The fleets was near ,
ed. It Wjll.ano) more easily chea t- whole lime, and spent all his except I by law, or they will I be forc-er barred, lho>clIIdcntcdto GIDEON M. GREF.N. 0

tlgatio1i doubt aPP(>ar upon an inv- s- he was at his meals, with Crupper in his store, & each other.Thus the estate, arc rcijuesitd to mate nnnudiaic pay By Ms .'///orjj/y,
tiicd of this lUaUer, that the'ernnr has cer- I anvavs' seemed to pay strict attention to what was [ i is in amount what wo received a xvcek ment. liK.NJAMi:\ 1JYHD, Aihn'iiT.Mioln i DI'!. !. !PV,. 0i r -------
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tha,1 to a !much .I larger: llllmbcr ralions per. day; -u1oin; on m the stare. JEl'HTHAT GILBER 1'. since from correspondent my.ua--Ed3. ..'VI : ,, JiMMnvy: f.th ixn.: : ,_2Wxv: oTICl.--: : w: ks al.er dale application will It I
0 bt.
Jf1tru k,1 I 0lwM-v have been Slivered, t that! t h. I 11". D. Jdv.] u-t.t'1JLAt)1)) I h..>-jiisi rec.itdatsdtI' :>:.ilexery 0 1 made u> the lu'uiaiiable the couiiiy! convt ;>r .1. ,

to Pt'J- iaillHi"lerisICl1 in lllt elmttH t, 10 [Vo. "/] liherehy state that I was requested by ..ccoiiiMs at i Paris; on tl.e 4th I continued tl) con- ;J cheap ; 4 box,'> sit! ( >,all ksm'.s: hi.t.\, II ilmiusiiea! I i..iiiiiy of' Leon, for le.ttt-rs of adiuiuutr'titioii: ftn :

SUperiuteinj J! ;111 1IIan.\: respects: the matter on tuc I (. tptaii D. I E. Burch to make out three accounts I fiiu, : ti.e; fl'l.: hint the Dutch. I Mi-ig: had fused: toag.ee : asMfime ;cnt.eo.ksassoiti! lit cotton and' silk umbrellas t.:.Hc William L'ail dtt'J. late of said t' llnv.

part Suet 01 tlu' ('<>%ermuIcnt. JJy thus c"iir of < ms jl I tor e-c.n; delivered at Tampa Baylor the Florida lo ii ti' !'1"t propoiio in of i t'f Conleier.ee.I : I ; 10 kegs L'os.ien! butter ; 20 boxes ipperior to. ('HOIf.F.lit' .1i

thc Indlau become very much dissansJicd, &!w I Indian*, under an appropriation 'of Congress: onr,,1 1I ,, .'"-

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Ji uniitMiiiui. '. oe-lloie; xx i'i; a int el C> ili .'i1'icKs lucthn $ Commision fiusiness.nniJp t-

for :h<- j't.j "s. i pa., k.i' c..ton: md kiiij--, and .

a!. U Mill be in operaXi lu.vin -
cnnpuio: Cot i ni lor siiipim ] SuBscninKU hcoiuipS '
uady to purel ITHIITK Sot .-r--t-r' respectn.nv.! "J1: .
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pcinted 1
Co"o.i or m ik liberal a Uanet s on Cotton MO.TI ( S and the ,'.n' rally!
J i-1 wu'ti tli4-:>i for; Nhipriiut to any poit lit tlie F. >. A. f a hrre vrars Old C(1S, thri' .anile lii-i services lu the 1'nhhc in the- Auction vV CiJin- iiI-ADK and soli ; wholesale a. ; i t Ki1lail. jiarge c.'u---! : ..nihiinir! on t f'-! \Vfsl : '" tie!
cio 1 .er nhi-ioIm 1liiflf'-3.
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1 !er Hiarue for r>t.irit4.; i* 2..i cuTs a bahby the! sva- 'I'U1 Li rid i it lie liim-elf( strict attention! to n\\\!\ l''J- in IVdenck countx. Md.! by C UeMon. : Capitol "qun formerly occupied usniax 'r"",
1 t li t S. y : pledges pay !
.) '. *x tn.-ii i'i.' y 4li4ii.it ex tct if they l'tf.'oiae the! purc : a .i i f J attend to Admi il'itor concerned, in the Patenxith I >r Judkn.s.The i > :., '.lo, -r.avtiz M.ider- a i\7 >l1repurr
1elth'1 1' (iSC I I. 4th tav ulyi't siness t ntru-ted to him. and to .
< rv. '1 !n y luxe a nunilHr of i'utt rate \ ..I..en-I: I' ; a'wxe Ointment 1-1 oll'-red to the public a* a n ,!n : i J-.- : or fu-rt-cptior! of Cf-at 111"1.1Vrstforson
tIe cieI ii. lie jaaluuti oilier sale i in t lie .
"oik ; a'' gl % ;a rare', or a
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'>d 1 tof.ei Jit f. uml rril.i'n; remedy tr li-e ob.-t'mattr duea-.>-:. t-! h':;; ;,-,;.
f..L 1cei.L I'e J.iV in .r t1! (' rt.t -. 1'h rec eaa ri s a1rtidy I ollice i is ill tlur Ton of Ochesee. ; inn/ *
fino ( MM sttin, and they x-. ill cnsrtv.reto earry --.-m"if xvhichliave *o tong balHed! the skill( of medicrtl JOHN \ /. iCAVES.:
xt-sscls ii the) tra.k*, ni.ii!'*. al all times he found. _ _
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:nit M. 4-ha-r. xvi.l he i.s.uLf.. r t li-hterhi: 'f C.ittoa Tli.silU t> > ac' "f lhr.iosi splendid; swccpsakts: Jos. l tI.\VIiiie Sxvp'.linssol! description.I'd : r ;"it t *. .-ntttCi ti,. r* i..v- List rt i-eivtt! tr M N. Vtvfcrx --
f r i iulh' l.'ii:!! d I .S: .u. s ; and w iil attraor the
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Oel. J, l _f lf. not rc *if i 'Mt'.iMi.t-n ;\ h rn.-onra A CAllI I ).-TheMibMfiUrJi.vJM'W! a iarye uUraL :>d St hirr.i--if ( 'l.induiar Tumours. particuLirlylh ; : k t :r:... : ', -. tt. 'rtis-.ai: LI-CUI, drake ncc
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; orsf tinnrf, ii 4' -ry pait fl n.oti.T1K eonnniHlioiis IIOIIM- jxt nf i iiu; M pilot Mjtiare, i> ri plunj am. '
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.VEW UOiTDX.JO -jjj-li H.J.: Ir" i : ';f ] rejiaied totran- ift A (.}.N F1. vi. < t.MMi->-ioM) .\riri. -- t > t'-rmitKite in ulcerated eaneji1th -.-. blue, .strip.; m ir i r ii ,x. t t. '.a.iy, j r c ma

.,N l>u>iiie he l h< jie.| to n i--i\ e a !iln ial M-p; ort I'u1im-. or xxh.it Mime- people l.i.oxv by) the name inixt d. tt1i.e / w !i. a' 'a tiit tn; t it

MPill ADB : : JtAis.. Over tlu :.M, n.tua (lUr-.C'L finMi m tlie jiiT'ilie, aiid p'.ftl-i liiu--. if to l those v li4i iitayf.iuir of ( Catarrh of exer) description, 11! f.issht-:. >, Lt; .5n ; :. '::5. etteIr, L 1zha _

'. '1 "T. M ,i- t'> ,. It .;.i/ I I'.f, h2_ .,ILdt'flt" tI 11 .d.I-I lie *23.I iht 3 a nti r iiiiJi lila (lit ir l i-siu; ; .i is' Ids IM.- -!.->il>. fit 11 1 lh! <-um.tic: Pain of thtjomtC -?. j ilk v srn. luy
jr "ff.fl.H: !( -.1..NVji"c r a; iifvx nii'l i-/j ,yt.'rfr -nji. Iv uif n"I; a ut e'ii flt( 1''nr di :. ihiy, .1..icki y. : t.i proir.uittl; :< ir inicrcM >. 3 VKti'l l CO) 1'T .1 t." ; pr .!.:< aad I'.rmse* of every description or in cml ii.,., I l.tt k silk v :; i. .-t ; ., rt1 ar-.1T,

li 'i //"ri/j'-ifr I ( f It'.I ( :.o-:; nii I I'.i t s eiit E.flR ( ( )rI li.rJd I.-.TI. itinte.ti ] \t rta lr, blaze : ot K. .t>- : aa1 :$ ,z,
h.itexr int
F.n. !.*''i a i.i i t!>MiKti< lrii-- > !>, \\ | >
a i >xxlni-h *.\ -.n I.i i :' rna-r stm-h.: xxul! I b. t-"ld e.' n;' day ti.,ILt t I h .1 they.( lit "u '_ I 7)hi ) I ? Tetter* of all!I kind I 11. this complaint tin; patient. I *ilk s&i. -k* .-. l. x.sfe i
'y .'v-/ t-, I n 't :; in i ; t IiI ra I 3.&I dv, I I& ar. A CARl) ii: applying I the Ointment mu-t keep she par! >-. n_h ui.'l' .- Ui -I ( t ; MU: i't

Jui hiL'hi! irmk-1! piI 1 foittnn.. utc .aIu) ) 'f t Ii I:' aiI : .I mile out of xva'er- i L rchii ts, ':. I-t 'xt >fi : tts ttttl! c-! ,
th! !
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f SiU JH.1-:. IGlf I1V.1IN I I'l.u.mrtli'i tiiy! ;i -. .-.tahe, v. lll F. Siihvrihi! r*. l.a.: mu_, pi'r.ia--t! d :he Sto'-k el.M. fth CiiiUiIain"! or parts at'-cted by fiot.Il en shirts.irh. ti.n-i U nnf } .ir*. ta'de t.et
N1 ij! ha, l $ - *.>0. ( i..l md \Van1 li.i-c o'T'yl"l-! : & i K: !' m, i. ixeiv.l '
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-ilil coll. iar' nux': > 1-.: also one of the bet ieimdi--s far i'urn and #Kt'r It-tttre;_ A.,. Li th- ;t art- red ttw t
\"ANTKI: ; !-*iIKtrust.j < smiiic I lf! i WY l GUnns I < 'UU( < F.llY and! I '
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November I ISiJJ. 'JIfl t.r in '. i..i '
: Scalds It eases the pain aud draws tt. i the out a j nir .ri ; ; l'.taIer r.t* :;* mr''* 1etci-jmtIr:
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4V inns !JH 14:41: tv 4'<-Ittl. i 'lLL1.\\1, : 1. J 1r and Gt T; iitlemen; *.' sMl; .; MI ris ti.ilf! huac, I1Yi:!, luice ubtiuiml Ific 4tj)1Jrtst1' ziV: < tnd rtcummen-i : yt ;.'.'*. Crop of Corn and Fodder, x.illle tuMi
.' lilii i l Li m't :tuev,
.' ;CS1U1"J1V vh ii 441:, 1 hale ran- U.s.: xl 'A do C, itt Hi and An-n-la do Jtttm.i if'iti hncc L' tu. cured iin ': avi>iuin.ivtin terms, I by applying to Lta'.ie A.
,i 'it .Yi lo lli4 4' urt M..1* t!' ili If ai': : t Jo vfiUuMfiii-li
Ui "iVm" ,<..iy ..f FS-in- f Ui litlli4_: .:iv- .s.-p" : Si.r.d! .*iik \Yivi t Si.Hi.*. !ht.-t fa>!i"-m'. I C4ii.-isiieiii.ii Ci.oliraoibu) *. (Inil'immntions.iriternaily S Thoijp.t M, K.J.: Taiiahitdste, or A. B. Ovtrstreet,.
i.u! i\ *.. :.i *jj' T. i !< i: is 4! i'.iif t. --t 'i.d.! .-,* >, '
( .ivi'UOHd- imulat tlw vjly4.! 'I .J-.JlJ ry i Iw I nth'! t-. the aboh( '- h- .!. utlid I'exei IndiireMion. I Atrtut fw '.l.e i idriaa.l! on the prewises.
J c. Uty : :' :i \ t. r a *; n.ss'"irnuiUot" i r .-.vtes aal- ; I ) *.a. -* AJIK-; --
l.ihian.s L-ili y.1.Pl
(L- -,,ti4 4! u tuUuts ai.. xx t.r the 4v tji| < j or } KLF/.A OVFUS'l UEET.N. .
I af% -, tJii-s f.fih V. y '.: I IJii- t c-r Ami i llt-.v'y! iu3.: .- ( !' : i.j.in'i'-ti-iiin:: the iai lidhousoreiou* Atieftion. aad I all ihei- t
i.vl'.f..- t\-ilih of -.l-irdi ; 1 -
Hi" i-.x Jay : mx, : N.I.JU- .
I) ; a..t )f wtV i t.t1X t *tvi- ; xx4.iic iiiHt-i.-.r' .f x.i.ir'i' tliev Itheunijti-m. i. Per.onswishing t i ;pnrc :a.e. can view the
: pttu. t-i: t.i i > ( xvarr.iiit of t/c l.ixer: Yelloxi 1 ever, unit, ;
mantl.t fi es
i4if.--s 3i.j
t.-.I ij.- ; !. n f-ir e < J, amid < r. ;>
t :..::at 1t1 l'-C4 I" / ,. : e.; .--< mivriii uf > MIUbi n-k Vitas.' nart i prt mi--- < a? aiy: tna, I bv applying as tbtFVL.
: d thai in I ;: .t ; >.tp r Lin'.i,. Ti.: D. i": .'.f 1.i "! .. .id ( '!..xPn I j au-jr. I lt.1'-a} .V2t
J'V: 4if t'.l 4 l'4 ;r |nU'l-lt.-d: 111 -'"111V< !.-'ti! d4r xx n, o-4ivtt" >N C a7tt<, d ) FUN *, 1li.t j -x. AII[ >I;!' \:- Patdy: >i-. i'dv ( iiecn *i.-kaes .

.. (; z t !. !.' tLi& : I. < f ti.i ; 4r- .'.' t muiax.r- ii f'r !' i rII. S'-ii'.i'i -ic:. : \ .'. Vt i"::hri.i.e.i'k cu.: ; ::ud .ii;! /: -'. tat i.t.: ta \vhii i h 'di<% female l"im is *o ti.tu .*-

i y_ #T 1't:. 1 C. LFr'l'F.il: : t--.i-k: aft iw&t4.ria ((3i1V.N1 j t Vd-jifii* .i.i-l \l.i. :i it-! ;-:! < f x--in-h tin v !. (il I toil a .lu.y: I h.ibie. and xvinch >:*i.ia o main of tti5 tm ii e-z eItcUt. :.ppiy! to j. V. KLKliN: >t. \tartort)

1 ,. Wk' .t'e'riir. ir.bfv-jnih i-t HJM 1 I luxv-r----! : K. i;. j. u/iM l LL, !ru.tiou of tit. e. -.tii>a to ilifir untimely gras -> ; >inall L.'eci'nwcr _>:ih i<:r.ll : t* KOiiRT! LYON.L .

><< c .? '% i1/' /*'<,(*.'.' ;. I ,v ... .. : .! 13:5-: '. l-ilf: l'o.\ .Mivi-n-s. iiunpn.g Cou li tfearlet iVtT.th- ; :. /Krfverjfi_ E' r Ite CkcUimriorrnt

ir.I: '1 M! 1! '* N' '.- -.Th.ii Uti l -l ii- ma. Jaiiinii'* -, ( iiaxel, toie. and all I unary Oh.struclioa < ,'.--4 'U an -.n&| shouui Iv {.roxdcdfne from 1'J3Th

i'b I I I _.;, I,1 1tiu-s t4aaim u t VAi2Th *: t'itua.! Piles. Stricl'irc.-s ivuntun-*. a.l S\jdai or dtt--t; -': o'tUt! b<- ear tUv tleti'J.d to. If .* ttt

J __ .J I I 3 ., :iiid I i'4.v.vf irutd by iJi-iiyC. Ahl'r in .li its: >la: i-.; ( 'oi -tip-ited ljvix\e.s. \v OMIIS. >i urx x 'a" : ,, it suld b v3sht ti 1a:

I "* T I, .j' ,( t.4; > \ ..tri.t> | ."irj/ ':.. 4)f a i ) i'1r (rb' 1'i'ti1tL Ill lmr t *, of 1 Ibah ma. Knit's: I'.vil!, and all ("ut.iu.-o;.* i xvhue I'.uU ara.t, rte l"ro.i vttr is l-e =t. To every

pnvajs dui l-n! % t.--.4 ru a.-! s'i.-4 s. (ilnlia-.- ;n it to- ... i; -.>iiS iiiorai i..i :K. ---- 11. I 1'. J. l li.MIMSTUA :_ Di-ordi-r; ii thrat.x <-ry Cumplamt tO \\hct[ : the Inr.iMi :- U iivl of '. .-.e Ctr.itr.t ;uUl cut: Ir.-hel of sand, tun! *

: trti. i y lv i.< <''r. !.'. -.! ;i .' %.\ nrimi ;.: \ ii i--i u < !'i .- >\ n- I i n-s :\< mrr.l ( ;:.--.\ii !., ---. sh.xin flam.-.-. MI difeflv! : "iiJ'.ect! uiuler all their xarudl.jiiosii Mifu'-.i tat i unity t :" xxau-r ti> uake! it of the conitr.tv -

i: t : T 01 1 1 U I, :r: < : r;' vi (!.. '.' d 1 i. riiii ; iiu.j'r: : :.y .. : -- .: -my al U i.i.:i"i.' i.- !. '.. of 'Kdv.! 'L! : -! iiaiiii1 : n* !'i 11 v ::-nim cieixu'tum i I oi:' coi.uyi-Mili.'io n'ortJr-t is thOi! lit for use ; hut

-; 'I.-; < % .i'.nir! 1 l h'i4 f } I.-1 ail ,.m :, -, ..;,<- I < ii n: i ; .', niiipfi 1 S. : I 'L. .n !, -,.iv ;.H'limi- That nnn i* & '| t U> oic itt.'.v n-l I t-eae. thst t. *: i'i* i-.o-t \ (;tpr iiu>i>' tl.:tn ihrsc rrti'*'r hoursbcfw*

atetc fi'u-' 4-oan.icivial jiarl u"ilie ,. .-.vn, i.o Miiuirion i; uffi I i ated v. itisiii lh. liuu j-r; >.-jn'!" d t by l.u- t.r thy will to tin; impiii) :!}
irrealiT miuf.i.'i.s for IUIM.IITl...; MIJihn! 1 4if '' .ti.d k.il Comj.l.imt t.it! e.m -*tlilx a-*.n! I his vrir, !u'aTrdfr.i'ne. in three uri'r
I0"7.j .(; ;ih.t .IKii i .-'i i:..; !-iia wlaMro r.f > t | I-' er i.Td i'i\ tl, > iiiilcbtcdv. } ry pi u"ivnvc'.itw.. i-nr xvatcr may be iv.nv.tud

; '> { A il. Ot \, \\liljuM.tV! tl! tKllT'"MV.svi' -, will n-ut ; :. v.-i i> 1.| i r a i i.-t a.> nisy i' ., n| li.-. j--. lil :u.i: !.< !i.l& '..''.' | a v !.l !.'. i t a. and tint it is {!;e [pj-roetu.ilNini"-, t ;!!' nf th! <* \tfit ht. ir: .xVr; abe stoue is l.ud, if not ct>u\ta e i' \ok.e

I -. 'r i. ws to pu.dish! :i \\ rklv: n '* :'.i. 0. AVlKOi'K.Prrrt" .1 ; ;.: J j_( j I 1 k i1', dtti'tr.l hut 4. *.lirun of life, tLie pift f{ Alnil.l\: p x r; > u liesuumber > IMU 1 .uccr. If Iirrok i* ustd iiiatcail r>t soitfrt.uy

'lip'l|* -JIH' < Mio alxntitlr.. Tlii's! j...: .. r !',. r l.'i'n l .VJ. 174\v l). '; r I IL __ L; % itef! i.f it< xi-c-Mi.s.i acn'1 hum.,<.. xxtthI .oul-J; tic well iura'cd xxuh xvarer, (to pruccttheVeiaco

II. V- 4' -0 rv ;.i iii1 4 :. &;c'it: 'trI THi ;i iii:: uti'IiIit: ; iii. S'1'.GE. I %v hick .1 it !KIS hircciiTie eoiinn\-il.! through I tinr.ejjh e'ici* ? f.-tt>i ':4 t't too .*oon.Vhen bck builJm -
t -u-al .ii l., :it r.ts. PO1AFI'S, ATr 4 of pared ; thi-i ncirai.ee. or II itl triatmimt'lit tat l!> IKilors % are :a Le roxcrfd xxit'i the Cement in tnitatioii oft

4 _. I ( a-t a!: l'Ia !! t r- I 1't.l rvr- ; or the \iciou-: or gormi.ui/.iu.: projietiMte of ia. r-hoJ.d! b'i xx-tt ;ud X4ttttctl a ICS
? "u; -.I'M trIVi 'r % i1. 1 sr.n.-T-// n- 1.i1l{ 1 1)11 Cc :'Z, .v..--I lia\4 rrn.xnJ liyihc > i.-\ ;hovx.-U! ,
: ( Al *iv.r A\4;'J bi vji I i .' tI -i'rrt f :iVi:. .1 .o arnx.ds frin \v-Ytuk ami l Ii dtiinorc. a r.lm'1.-" and Fiidayat 3 A. aii.I ;u tn-ii the *u., if pt>si'e! after the Cer.ent i is tail'
r '411U .> 1' lie \u- vlnch will ild !. :: -, a) a i' (\liP't! Kach: packet of the ('cmieMci"fj"c i is Mgaed ; ('ma. l Ktil t How ,' lire, Lmj/ulack, copperas water,
i I;* i y rv%f* ; Ic ( i .r; 'a 1)1 ly of Jrff : Jrt' ,sVc. l.e s< ifi.r \\ either in or yt
SuZmZrz:v illt:j by j- : fullmvii' name. ; and no Apothecarv or 1)rt'tist. J Ji IJG tlii
.iI AvM., ;ituj my other! colonriiur se.bstani, may iast to ive
-, : r. 'tI I ir :.'. n 1.'i9r 1 -a--ii, or aj 19| -r"\ i-r-'iU.! / \riih il iHitlntttunnJtrli i r
4 i, .. and I M-ir. tnahin th-j ija iiia !iitlr i Lurupe er Auierita, U lenmtteii to send the same. tank3
i.; itiV'-Crf1 1 f it I'i' fJtry *<'t g that sy :.a d'- inum ifirr.i.ite.l gf--ifl d tiuujin7r j :-Miiys; iay.s' t [ (.rc.it t-hadcs' i.r i'.r.Aiviih! sand. CM.-rns or
ti I l iiiu.-- I : I ihn : V > .A '- r i:4 tf Zji V jfl 'a cLras JoUikfiJ '.',: s It iftiirin:. ir'.f;! thtir nudity is u-tl tt\ir> ljf. i'tpb1t. ii.a.-<>'.11 i. by tins aii.liti .:! i.! law Co .eha! N-...... '..i.i a Smith-street. Brooklyn, lAin -Utaad, New j : Cement and plaiateriiiir the inside. Another method
L t'f. An't Is. *-t! / .>/:it.6r/y 'f. /'if ]tunhatr.A i'I'l.e i\. \ ,
tf.un.s of hoix-s-f r M-ats apply at she .itjre of ( .'. Lcm 5(1() Canal -street, corner I'roadxvn is to tWO cimi'ar or walls! of finite!
articles oi iid i ? ovpsToMi lay square
: Tfd tii. ta MIXrrnr. -
Jli >
*i is 4l! i'w init1
v/jH jvi) < : ; and for
1 rv C. Vi i li-i .dl i I bau alut th. above valuable Medicine isjut received j .
n.k r.f
h'l-h MIL- '- .- InA n* a s partv'-i-it the brick in common lime rr.-irtar, !leivii- T a.-ef tW 9
ntid n-ifl f' 4i! ns "trtij as :8 -tilll- '% i- rejut-scjiltd oy: ; tu
01 r v *! f-'h'ft, i u of t ils il. fcllAW Aiint.OIM sdi hy Jo-epit LadJ, sole agent for Florida
4ixviii s.i.ne. inches! betxvt en them t-iu is to be packed! full of dry
-inVr nf ft SM-rilHT-. r< .* .*. rl'h<' KTMijxio'i -, m a: I T1CTU.1. aa1cL) K' I: im: n\in 'cD ;
c- n : .\ i1). -JH'.li l J-J. I Imf clay or ItMixir.p the betxveen the xvalls! .about one
if nill'iu thof 1-.U. PK11KLNS.ilhhiivsfe. spare
.- t rr > 1 T atiiuitn. jnid AMI:
Jjj ] 11KMOVAL.T ::
< } >, \ :?<>,'. 1?." >. Hit I inch, and nlk-il with Cem-nt, by addir.g a lit'lmot
;. x m 'in'.4*. aias $5 ircnj.'aid; nfvr ili.it; lin.c t f r >: 't'et iitflrv of Kh.rida! (itJa: \ ..
'v o; 1-lh 13j" J! IF: SinWrib-jr} takes this opportunity; to inform xvatt-r to make it semi-liquid, amt the inside pLiistereilxviih -
'. wprc.nnts.if tliisv TT7\ rrrf M7yi l i UP. 'ii.- ni cii- District, li.ilM.tn: County.
irh > trH >
'ip \ii nf t jn' ( r g : aUabiJ'3'emcnt
C\niuH. T5u
hi Cn-'Mners t and the public ircnerixily, that hehasremoxtal iusu'c xvull may bo
t .m 1 ff'fi' i ;*. 44'r. JUT! alu.f tindiilVrtnt Ebcr, hixii i ;; bt i M appmud tin :i 'i li-t: tf G in-r-l: \V1LLL\M I 1). 11 All II IS O.\, -
I. his Confectionary to the hoiie of 3I'-ssrs. t and plcusttn d ; this houlil! be adopted i1the1
i f ';ro mrv tr Mlinz *"'iti this pi 'f* rt cj r fV f- 1 nfriyt: ::< todisj .-.*. 4 } 1 is i lam's; i:> HOI-da, isuv: \s : Iii K.uiiiy..hML L. i\/ \l. A AimiitCtid near the Capitol[ Sq'.iriwhtie a pies.-uns fr u the ouf>ide. TI.e xal! should b'ad

'* 1' \i''vii J. and t*> tic! I'.autcr! icerixe f-r the purc'4 i> of : : C. AH.MISTEAD.rg S.
'* % HIT- : t.i proposals tr any p '
t yr he keeps con-M.> p 'lyoi haml the hetof LiO.UOli.3 >! on u board bottom, or day and siouo xvU .tlflt ,
.' !.*i '"<] hi'zhly: :' f il i'.ijrtrwa' in: not less than one stc.'oti, of t tho ri neral's is' :* ] ,{ I' US day came the i-irsics: : hy their attorm y, and! all hi1dS8vario's! kinds of Wine and Coidi.ds. tC4cther, then covtrtd with otone or bricktfl tii

Si-iiiU M for\vard tlscir -r1i"- 1 snd. Alwi'it iOOU( tis 1:1 the MMiih 1 x\t-i; tp-nt; r i 1 filsc .fi. t iheronipl.iin.uit, hy 1 hi attorney, and 1 l liv leave (.( *
'u ft rrr : cqrcstcd Porter, Ci.1'rleCaimdit *, S.vcatmeats, Pick!' .* l.mtered the same ritt c side. The water nuyj
ii'inil!'rr.Si tomiship, is re erxeil from f.ile. Th.- i h ims of : e.nrt amended hi In!!, Mi i' v'tin-T t!hi: de'rh! of t the &
first UeiUhcs
rlhc &e4w PitiVrcnt kinds of all
fr times
r.*!.' '? at all imittcd in three or four dav.. after the xvork! is.ed. ;
tiljcft'nv.inlc l tn the ahxx ill b:1 c.ishor' one fourth in e shv., d thr- n-dm'! ile!>ndant Ji.liiHJ., AiuiUtradAnd), that alarms A '.
s'rip'wTss.Then rocovci1, ; xvhich he oilers on liberal terms. He tenders }his si; '- .
I in annual ii' < r an apnoariirjj
ri'er at A 3.i.Vi! iiaU. ; cm- thanks to hi-> customers -nerally, for; their libtal This Cement can b I used in situation, and'of
C- | i I tfj-i-st on the auiiH.nl t f I each IflS'alnic mat fii-in lie day the latter do.-s! not reside: in ihiTeirilory, it itlu re- any
$ WK5TCOTT.I'liarlieiJa favors the u.t -and hopes by urnemitaitintion ?- to which other Ceci H1be
lUXMORH ] year > purpose, iuortar or
i of >i'e! ,_.__This township of l..nd adjoining the e-ty of i fore ordi.ixd!, thut tndc-s! the .iid defendant t ansxver theroiiipluinunis businesi- any 1*
r to to uici'il :; contiiuiance of t-- applied! ; and will be found cipual if not st'.p
? flf, ) Talbh.i 'C ; and, in refdein-i-i locality, health, Jidnefs bill, on or hrfmc i twenty-lhtli day ot i heretofore in

$ '!! 1 :1-2 STCT of rbinatr, fertility and adaption of sod to the :March i nxt, the sauie will he tak< n for ennfesi d, and ; patronage. IL K. WESTJuh' any icclls.aa.e."V Mix half bushel of
lijrJfinishing a
if cnhnre of trtr, and to'ton, is unequalled by any o hr the inaitrrs thereof ih-eiv, d aicimhn! ly, and it i-> further
I > i' uJ 10 1S"2.1: tf liine.
t.itsrtiU-r! I'-.s .1 huirh-'d r ric rnii j r.ei.i v.l'h! halt a bushel of .)taj! Thomaston j
of land in ih" Ternl oj Fl.rid.a.lu iirdun that this
:. '. )In- w i.l'i's J< tint nrJ <- itiv.-D.ship rv order' he published! o-c' :\xerk 1'. S. R. K. \Ye-t has reciixvd direct l
Mperii.-OM.-JI I lad'!, ,4 iflEl'1'VILLIAMS. I just f' -.ne hnh! ;-! riean beach sand, to the! consistency -
for w hich ho "'ill tako part of f-ir four niMir.hs! in Salt: authorised! maesijlu'r in this i Balfimo.-e! a 1are M'pply of the best 4-rin
11 J l r a tcrJii f 'h" arx Tall.diajsec. October 2ih 1J32. htf distri.-t. U. C. Ll'STfclerk amt rn isu-r io i i .itiit : xry ip.udit'uI.IQVOP.S > i.ii.rtar. It will, take any color require!
1"ir >
t', r a : taIIIiLJ tU. AND ct'NIEcTIo.ty.-11js friends an r>i ik. s a nu.st beautiful wait!, lake stucco work. '

;.. i;: p f.avc -my qnIijly el e Piri' tt ; The Southern Recorder. Georgia ; tho Hidi- "November 20lh 1S32. I j'4in"iii lovers of ood rating and drinking, arc invited t' tl: IH- laid o;> son after mixing. It w ill be orudei'j' j ja

>i, fi.: v.Jiich fl, nJU'I'T, \ i: ; inia : the Coirnbn: Tfc.j ', c. and for thcniselvcs Oct. **
for ( LIi' IVit judjrr SUth lt32. 11 I ir.i liii-.e than be laid the
pruarcil > :; at a r.iore cun on
n 4' i <-i' iIy fir"' Tbi'I'. \ < .. (!h'' jv.r. the
'M -l'iarpt-tl ron' lie course tat
-'d tin
; thi'cn.tiv.Oi );a41 th t-'w. Is.arT -.' .\v''f:7. L'lnuur, Temn-vM: < xx-ll:i -n:* n f'i- -X'MIVC iulera 11K iac ? '!-. I ,-it1 Washington, P. II. i'wnini, )i'ICE-Six xveths after date applicationxvi. --u.\y.--- Vtt

Jrv: s" 'c11 adtped Jo *cni to f for fni.r xvt el:.. in mm -.- u-u:, and 1 f nx-\rd H. nii-'tcr v. id rjly h.-' -.V.-tIi tILL and New-Orleans I made to the honouralilu Judc of tilt county <\ OSEP1I i.AlM) has ju t received and ibr salevcf/ !'
cv Ie'fl 1' 'pp pS 41 \ '::1' 1. r ins to thi* ollire f vi ;>avir."i' > a r''ua r pa k dnr.ctii! -e.-on. of Jefferson county.for U-lteisof administration .- heap ; -t bx-isiloesall k '!4.siniwTnlomet'.i, 1
S wir. <* !
nerson r ri4I 'S>r Iri \\il 4if iMtsi "-. luviii'- f.t_ mit f vnr..rrt'' of !1i' (
L comonidr.r / 1 I'\i\1.Y. : >, a iri! toihi; .n.i..i .'o.n', .- : ; !. SvASM JA.M'L.. FAlUsti c :!ia: : 10 kc2> irohcn! butter ; 'JO l Iwx" :'1per'lJy'J
uwannce Old Torrft, Jecxab'r 2tI, J.4: ?. jirin'.cd, and kepi foi i.alc: at tins OHjcc. / j '!.: 11.-; .UU. J--r !' .li .-);!, Lo o. M Dte'nitr 'h 1