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 19, 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
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-e ut-! .-+* -uJ1 1u r THE FL.OR1DIAH I I I nearing 14. l'tl.t'the place,: ,t.p dfin vf f t-1 *. .I't. on

i published every Saturday Morning at STILL L AT ER AND DIP< KTANT.

fourdollar81-n, d\" ce-<,r Five in si< months I Embargo on the Dutch Shipping.

be discontinued unless at the option ofthe At a late hour lastnight our news boat T. H. I

N will Smith, came up from the British brig Dapper,

Editor, before arrearages are paid. "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." Capt. Dickinson, from Hull on the 15th ult. hav

Advertisements will be conspicuously inserted at ScccntyIiVC - in! been politely furnttibedbv Capt. D. with a

square for the first insertion, and m\tvrUlQ W'aILQ\D Al .il 8 Hull paper of the 13th, and a London paper of the
cents per continuance. All adi ; J1 i1' Jl 1r a Wi aQ "C LQa"1'QJ 7th Nov. The former contains, from the London

fty Ct'nts for each subsequent Extraordinary Gazette of
the 7th, an Order in
verttemcnts will be continued until forbid,unless other 1, '-Lton llcc.-L..Id\'wg 1 OCcU appointed aucLioneerpir "RJOTICE.-All persons indebted to Joseph ll. i'. POtt fG.\L. Council of the 5th, Laying an Enibargo on all
county, hereby orler services to the 1. Lorimer
and Geo. F. Lorimer Dutch
ordered. that are requested to There had been no arrivals Shipping then within, or which should thereafter
vise public[ in capacity-I intend keeping an olfice in make immediate either them from Oporto Lisbon,
to Richard
The postage on ,Icttcrsand communications to the 1'allahafcbee, of which due notice will be I\'en. In the Hay ward of Tnllahas, who is ful authorized or to act nor no intelligence of the movements of the contending come within any of the ports, harbours, or
interem, business left with Mr.I It. V. \V dfII'J: y mads, in any part uf his Britanic Majesty's Do-,
-aid or theyill not receive atten- any for tht'in in llu-ir nWnce. JHIIUMIJthlSSJ.1 20tf parties, by way of Bayonne. It is presumed -
Editor, must be will meet with prompt attention. R. J. ilACKLKY. ] however, that the attack meditated by Don minions ; and directing the commanders .i British -

lion. _ October 2d 1832. 701'JZDr. I 1 TO'l'lCl'-- ill be solu, ('n .r i.enr il.e capital .Iigul in person had e.tln 1 i < tl I t i. nil': or i ships of'war ro"detain and bringinto p. rt all
---- ---- ----- -- ----- .lllIi\l'l. ill T.I Ii.iiasM; (', on Mond.ty the Idth day I made and miscarried. Had merchant ships and vessels bearing the rW! of t the
" = JOHiN B. TAYLOR ; ot} l 1-Viruary! next, a likely:! v.uii! nero fellow, about Oporto fallen or any Netherlands but the
; signal success attended ; utmost care to be taken for
J \ E are authorized tu announce onus his friends and the i'uulic, that his health i.so 'II 1 15 p.:'rs i if arc I the p>v> rlY i't \\' 11. IIIhlyVhite h ti the arms of the Absolu- the preservation all and

i ( 0!. JOSEPII r"\VHITi:, a candidate to represent far restored, as to enable him to resume Ills pruU-saion- hurst dcrM. '''''i>. one half cash, ;an.l -i crtditon the 'Us, would have been announced, both in Paris un board of the said evenpart of the cargoes -

l'IoJlda! in the 'J3d Congress _______ al duties. July 30 1832 50 tfAlJ.tllM&TKAlUK'S I :ollal''I': !; _until nc\ J.uiu.iry.: Jan. 3t lh I I 1S3:;. 2Otrli I and in London. SPAIN that damage any embezzlement ships whatsoever or.t'I..t'L..,, be so

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&ALL.-\\ ill It .sold: to v.nksiei! date tj.l1.n"ttOII/ will S'-t! lined." !
l; '0 PUlM'tRS.-A eoi-d vkork- the to\\ II Magnolia, oi I _, ..jad,' to ti e h"ir.iiiie' ? the! count r court. for i lIe The infamous treat hery of the late ministers,
man will!! olttain) hbeul wa;es .Monday the 14th day of January uext, at the usual county of Leon for leiteis of administration on tin who in.luced The King whilst almost senseless LOIIDOW, (Cit\ ,)N\-. 8.
. first This
lyapji1yiI1gUttIkiStft" by the hour >'os. estate Willi-im 1J.-M!1 Jcc'd. late nO from bodily and" morning every thing here is
It- lots six and seven, ill MHI UP .Q. 2, ran-,* .vil r '11f '\ agony. to all appearance in the assuming a
i of January next. south of llroad-:tr., being part of the tsUle ut Kuan, '(HOICK!( HALL, ajrony of death to sign a decree disinheriting his warlike aspect, and the greatest excitement pre-

deceased. n.\-2''h} t 13-2. t IMliv \\ \!! TALL.. infant daughter, has led to their vails. The trade with Holland is now closed, ana
1 CAltllTEIt, .TIM-S les>o.n on LEAH RUSH, -fc* J\.I." .. :' T-. l\. .' .. f, -.J _. the overthrow of the Cnrlist to our merchants connected with that commerce
\ may
\ and
} Piano Koitc, III a ro-.m adjoining (party, toa change shut their
WIrs.,. Bill; **. school-T" sixteen young Nov. 13th 1S32. LEu: EL FLETCHER, .:1"' f1'* (J1' i?"- in the administration of I the Government. their up laborers.stores and warehouses, and dismiss .
I.JSwATTORAJbY: ministers
g At1n'ti'r.,
CoSomardr! are anxious
: she would devote tin ui.c. careful T i<. 'o1f'd! CXtthy.. and iiis colleagues have been ordered the to gel at
tlllder htr m?t rue- JE. to .litFeretit fortresses real state of public feeling respecting ihe unnatural -
t1aulitrr nnw \CUittlt to
hu UtCinaii meditate
the failureof
at nHnn as to E will aU' "ll h i .u..r> f (d-oVi:. I. '" and on war
'(Jeoer Hh 1 1s32. Itf their plots ; Don Carlos has now impending;let them ask of the
tilllTal1clhtse, J.wk."u r .:.' ':.;' "iu: -t .ki ," : been desired to
A'i : t' ) t in underwritersat
LAW. ;P'
travel f., the benefit Loydsor the merchant of the Ex-
| r- l'.db 1J..H.I'. Jan -.TV \1 h I L-3.: : :F.III. .to r : ot his health ; all the most no-
Bloufs Steel timv Cotton GillS.TIlE \T%,; ILL I'racnce in the Joint, oj tin- Viori.l1f.I .- -J.: 1-,11) torious; alisohitiMs have been removed from their change and they will find that these ma tter-o.t. ct
in JacKsuu County Vv est ritjjitia. HIs Ulri"t 1'1"c. and commands individuals are too obtuse to discover the 81h'anta "
15 l libIr.! will-; places a -
; new administration
t. has
nt y ; si t' rum J tL-L.
is on JcnVr&on street, opjiosite. that 'i'the ; cin, "e' England obtain
Ht"ti -tlr.I been lormed can by givingupher
Subscriber( has an assortment J rii\ I composed of men of liberal or modj valuable
N. B. All instrumtnts -
of writing will be trade with Holland
i.rA. for
I. 5 1 '. ;j n ate opinions. of
IIOM Stell S.iW Cotton ( ins, assorted qr.r-k; : -.v.c a secure .'
with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy.Tallahasvif ( frontier to France.
Eizes, from 30 to 71 I Saws, u Inh \ ill be sold at $2 and June lOt) \s2'J. :>?ll. 2 St -I.u.-ii., | iriEIv -. TURKEY AND EGYPT. The
-25 per saw on a Credit u.uil( the first day lit Janury -- 1 I IIxes'lItr!\ Malta Gazettes to the 10th of October confirm coniniitteofLoyd's have applied to the admiralty -

,''neXt, tg good respoiiiibh JIlin ha-.I'I' W"ITEIAM L. liA&KliN'a will 7 1)1.ir... cl l .IPtJ- C M.:.. o'J; J tt .... T, the important information that the Pasha of Eyt for information respecting the measure
E\JAJI1 BYRD. 2.i 1,1.Mr'Tn .;.-, :, :4--. .? .. government had resolved forthe"
.iLttt.Iftl I (J any liiisincsj nniifuy ii'iNi'." \ OM% 'i" ; :; t1! : has opened negotiations for on protection or
1832. 41 tf 35 ba.'J'; t. ; SO I *-lk-. ." .. .{..<..-, ,., peace with the British float i
Magnolia, May22, ami jiromptly and faithfully exicule( any (. .liiniu.Mniintiuitto t Stilton.Thf. property, now a and in reply have
i IK b.ive:, >, 'a > i i2 I. .. .. ,' been
v (
< to him by his frauds in Florida, ai.d Jic public ; ; ? informed that directions for
ck after date I will( the Plenipotentaries of Russia have duly secnring
UTICISl %% apply lo :5" IJllhd..Lm.I"p.; d; withdrawn
currall the of
I. safety such
honourable: the county (lHrtllf Gadsd.-n county, ew-\'Cll"kJllly y. IS32.52 .10 hhi"r! : ; :'It r: k-q .'. : 1'/ Mrkr: -i. fro.n trie London Conference, in consequence orPlI'r' I is to he property have been given.- Convoy -

, f,r i tiers' of administration on !tile[ (tale e.f: 'Flioinas __ jf |I''1.1,1": ( ...:;., "-.': >. i! < i I brig A-; ) I'; cive measures proposed by England and I appointed immediately f for thc protec
IK.li.iiv de. 'd. SAMUEL 1'\lURTREY. CASH FURIULES.1'hc s-ibMTiner Tp j y 11011 i : :"1.'!'. :Nf ... Y -rK. z.j1 i .* '. i ".. aeronrpi Frnncf.It lion of vessels sailing, and all tends to show that
15h 1 1832. 17tf ", and hht'ralrice, for 1 four IVceml-er i 'Ua": : '.11.- 'JV i .\ -I :. % : HILL. i i" aid that a large Russian fleet had been do-- : 'son.
N.v.. v. ALivi\:: There
.1 1 '11' i'. : I .n. are many here, however of
the Baltic opin-orr.
n'f seen m it is that
5f! 1 II! Pr.mt. _. supposed with thf view ofpreventing .
L"10Pf'fOX' RACflN (; mid Bale --- Jnnuarv- 12th_ __1S33.:__ __ ._____21_t_hh _\ I ---'7V 1--,' -. ,--'.-' -:- .-' \-. -- : -.' the blockade of the Dutch I the first gun fired will be attended b;. w'i: f111

t VyKoJufci sale the tir-t ))dld.IHI F, "ma I "j : ports-notp'i consequences that the adinhmtmtioYtjf .
received a..d byElnV'U. PtIL1CLE.UII ; 'l. t'I.' I babV.No l cy
r.IXAS of I 3 "II the ci|'nt! Miuu.. u.iiy : I Ii t\ r ) il' ).i"I positive reply has been received will be unable to stand against it, and u.-.t Dullest
tf. <' 1'allahasseo, a nunib'ialua' I "s 4c nefr'fs, ill." ,. from tht: in which
13wliaan. will
7,1S32 victory lie dlshoi-
i K'IIO' .
of I lohlanil.l'i :IW! cat
in,: the I balance of the personal! e.ar .-f A',-xui."

"' A"TED.-"ix able bodie-1! negro men, for Adair dt-c'd. Terms in.tdt ku mu on t tl.i- u.iju' 1j qin IN Ii. iIi, the New York Standard, Dec. 27. irreparable and disgrace dismissal: can only ultirrutf'y .' tail execration -

which the best of watrcs will he sriven-:apply C. \V1LLIAV>. I A($liui I.- upon It. projector.
; to J.G.&N.HAMLIN. -21 1 tR L A.TIiOMl'M'X t..rs. I : d > : I. '_ : -:ijif" i. I'flit.

Manoliao.r.mber 6lh 1S3.DR. > -'!' NI.ITll'E.-AIJ: I! Ililil''Yt'MO; ,". t.' ": : .I.li.nL.'s' : .! >:rl'! --( i By: I li.eship. Manchester, Capt. \\ eiderholtfroni I We understand that, on Saturda-. il'fft.'es! e
"sti.t :
pCI'SlIlIS : :.' _\ :!.'vin2 : Hnve on tlir 13th November were captured in the Hunther ;
I, Jais Floyd d)c.M., are rpu t.,i !. ( :-ul! au.i -'-.- 7- 'I"e! !te. we have our rrijiili.Vs under the order
; COLEMAN respectfully of-f ftt' dc with .Tam<'s S. Liun Ls r., t-si/'t :r"it"i.: : fl-c ,- ":' '1. iKy.. trial t fir 1':1' >'i-v in I.I"! from Paris to the l-2th and from Havrrl : j I Ih. ill C( uncil laying an embargo on Dn'r,' vi...ris,
of will admit of i I I.,; :, M--I; f II, *.'f .v L" >t oj .Vritij l > the \lay ()ol'sailinor.) They contain and carried into GriDl by. On
his profi'ssional services the Citizens tale not any itniuljr'ii'1"v: >-'. inlt'lIi.rell{ iusptctfng t.i! .
!t.k h 'I. HI fi 'V ". !. .
tt' .i n.l'ulI'I'I'c Thi !Kindjj; 01"111 '
Tallahassee and the Country. IWiSFA FLvi ', ) !:.vututBK.N ... : ( 11 interest.LO : ; they t I proved unintelligible to tfie a nthct"., \\ '10"lTt.
; C CllAlllr, 5 ;j'I..1.:: -r-_. <. 'r. i.- .1.. '' \ ."'..;' rtml t/": '--J di'iiij rpe!- ( >SOF FHIGA 1"1- fo\TEtL.-\TIO.x. \ ()bligel to call in the ai\itf'nct; of a If I.;' fentleman -.
i- -
GEORGE S. HAWKiNS, ___Tallatnssec__ J'tnuary 12- !It:{'>_ 11_ .i,1; I.', ; :;:Jldllic'Olrt.iliWt:6.1IIItc"y.. Ti"!; Jou.-nal: I of ". vre. of the 12th soys" LoV| : to translate them. One proved I .. U1 a

A C'RNEV' and counsellor at LAW MariannaVest (IJTICE.All I I p rv-iib: ludt....;.' .j! -.. tit .I' vt-' 'r /'C'.'. :' }'''. "j..I. '::pre; .*,*. Oreans, Jan. 26, I Ic'.'I List 'IIf the 9tti of XnvemU-r, acquaints i us \vitliine } Hanoverian: the second a Belgian, and P"I: a
\ Florida. January Cih I :3K I 2r() 1 :are quested fo 2Ihtkp iU '. .. ; f BI't.'nll'nt'r ?
iym : totisay a> ,1 : : "nL. 2 NOTES'- .nh-ti1ll.: II.I. .,i'!..!. ruelcuicholK event whirl we i.ave the nnin t-i; T.ey"t'rt' of cour e. sufIt'I' .i t: nrriceed -
. tutir 31icon, on or t.. f ir tn Vnii t.r! Fu'j/ua. .\1 .' --- ,hy \"l's-eI t with r'-
.i. 'O YI'arC (.tvc "10' \\r> lorvp-irl. by : arrived at 1 ne>te. lilt many apolagics for thier; dt.rt..tln.
Sugar Mill. I lb 'irih: 'r indulgence ct tu. 'I" I\"I I ." 1' .P. :- .' f' mud,( it to '>.- ,.fl .:>ptnt 't.,- -27thOctoh. in I Hi t <|:-iys fro'n Stuvrna, '''1. I IlL Ni.v. 13 -We have rt'ceiveti: n: ?,on- ,

fi. tf N. H \ \1 LEN have just received a small -I.211\\. (a; I:; :.L (' PL. : .'; .. .. -' : '..- : :IVCCVeruSed. It llius"- I' !t'mltbe: loss of the I. S.: frigate: CPI.MI Hafioi!; ,, don p-tjers; Saturday.. They odd littU-:! to : '.. ,information >
Mill which 4I 6. l'lJ\L\c'Jilt\L. H -iti'j iTiv. : .I p nr-ncii' black. at Khodcs. All hoard t of which '
Perpendicular Sugar they offer fur <>n pe ri4uiI. the we were alreatv in p..- .-' --IIrL.
7 except
a :; -1I') f'rilll'r l I b'ftit i Mil-.r '
.V! o }h .' c-ti-'v,
pete a credit until March next. C4)flflt: i1dant .ind six Ac'iuni bostiliti have
on seamed. In the not.et
rnmmencru. It j jstatttl IB
fr'nd; and tno 1iublicrocrnlv!' tin' !., A AT' > ROB, Register of | ;
July 10, 183'2 47 tfJ. Cmreycnrcs.lii 3 (;-r'-; ;. :..hojt was lost witii; all the ;l1 one of the London that intt- '.
taken tin *abli .hm! \P : ; papers cc
< I < nt t"r.t term : :in. | (-i. ON, n-jmfi Rr. '. ;paxen.t .
he Dvets with Mi<*h e.Icurttieni: u.s he w Iw.:: t f--t t' 'J. S. Cinrii.n-'i. L'fe.7 I I' .- ;. I wMid 1 CII'M', in t the I (_ ii.f V,:().', (l':,d renrlieil: Loyd's in the course nf If.l' 'h" it
FOR 8ALE.Bl.ls he will! I : n. .-., ,1,ive i IS the a InriT RusMau: : squadron had
: only
merit r.n' u'c it. iJi-i I'-lc v% "uini.t: Thrift 1- .Jaynanl and > oyes'l I .. sTatement we can Hud in actually ii.ie: i- ii:
11 Whiskey, with tile! best the tparket ]. I ; I .. "tijcoto tlf': suh'rl ;itiiooki Scheldt.! Ti.e Suerein, the French .
ran !t id-and :! xtri : t t *'ju! ( ;.1 I--ver-l years. Vv f. f:1'; . .: ; :: rcnrefuly! through Admir ;>,
U U 35. Eresh S. F. Flour, will be unrennttcd( to render his ri" a1 :. \V, -l and other vessels of the
u.d. :
:ue.is c"-n> i..r-; t.'i' "% { P. BE- 11.1 >: r ,'.-.- Itp Pi'I"S. PIl11Ii" t"-morrow a IJ..r squadron: .scattered I :.. thC t
25 Bags" Coffee, a.s p/l".iblc. t'RiN I '\.lAhIJ I :' : .; ..VetC-.orA., t.-;. r-r of the, ollice of the ill fitted( ve'seThe -. la e gaearrived! in Dover on Friday, and j* rtiou -

.; 200 Corn.from Ne5v-Orleans. A 1 palarhicf.ln.. January 12ih 1 1:13._.M'_: M.-v- "i..T'.J i. oc '1'F.i' I J'itcr''iv>; if!! He.n. ath'r
Just received TlIRaT AM I ) LA T (frsv "* ri.- i i jr\ sed .. *" A OI.tC Eist II
E. SEIXAS. 1- j :> JNUliCK.-A'J' ]1" isi.is .t.- yV' i.r yral" utui( Nt iiriibncc of the authorities, aii'! dman; which' entered Cones in

Marnoi.29.. 41 tf ... ieUe l t(> the -ubs.ribn l""r 11ff1i'c'u..li; : .' Kd. .t, f. '>"-s4a: i I II. >,ron .1'.I' S. :p'norn a17v'r activeh excitijif: di I:.all'-ction to the irovernnientthrouirhout ignorance of the embargo )has been detail.* d I j
q' _\erwiflp., ore itr-K-'i-d; : l t 1 in.'k1 "-iiltrn.ti' .1 I \0 t': ''. ." ;'? )" '" I r'l- "r 'f',: .
% t.e i.I ( '
.' ,4 J ;' Ri ',, '.. . ; ':ti'ees of the I i \\.:tof France)
first F ? i "
NOTICE.-Ad those indebted to the late t.if < bruary. 'i il! t'fmaiuU! unvt'i.j.j;:! I."- : : t. --Q .i'VM.S -. has ar li'r.ijth i i., Cipf. Dickinson intorms! tJ.at:
LAST and Klein eitln fur that pri.id, will : imn.td j: \ .\ 'MURRAY M irrsf-j. She wa: at first iiicovire ;.- a brig bud l-een ;
of Taylor by note or ar- > x < iv rJ.:1 I
i for
oti, u-ilhnaJtr payrn.t, of id* same, by the fnr ..f .'f j'Kiinah-olItrtion.I CiiARLK? 1-.. > ;i'ir'it >' .x. .- 'OI 'DD, N i tz '": the 7th Xou-mVr in a l-au c : fred mftintring the blockade[ and sriit into i

January (as no longer indulgence will be given) to J'inu"'ry I t.' !" 1033. 2 t:! prl )GE \JORTI \ER.( rc'.".t 11 t k.- .Si. J Ki-sahicr-, ntteii !cil by :aver* S'eilly. The {principle part of the cor.: .lined

j. w KLII:. Storage aid 1 ClJ Til"v "r-usM as *:"'" 's may ''x li-.l a. u lml.. M:: ;!!1 suitt'Hl1 ep\i/Jncted; I to the t! citadel of Nantty : / lleets: were at D..,: Oil the 15th.]

: J. \V. Klein is fully authorised to settle all business : \.tll ::ion, 6cc.THK :. I s'flfii j r- : -' {< 1 IJru..pn" on t'-m' mfnc'; .'r > tiC IId1ItJIre'HJlTIItrlllall{ .?}II. -as ineil h\_ HULL, Nov. 13.-The Tl.rt-e Vriemien, Capt.

of said firm. St. Marks, D 'c. 13th JS32. 171f Uhdt >i ic-i! !:M'- Ias.\ n'id c-.',', 1.:1. \\ ,-,, I :'_: or' B. PER 1. IN?, 'p. !. i I the agents of the Par: :< prt.; !:: lumu-Jia'ely; on Bodeman, ubicli sailed; benrc lor T.sterinni! on
CS .nd (',<: .'n shcdv '.:.u !- i-d T ., ..''r--. :33. I 11'I flt't11ft Teu!ilav ThurscI .
C.\SIl.-'io ,1.vj;i' 'uuve .e- j J..fLVIW ; earn---! .nvjuir at Paps, rh ciniricii I was :y nr>rning brought r bark, I
LOW F'ft PJCC..S first (' GODS, CO'TON, or ether Iat' I :r.- -t. I
; -- raving been d.t.
FSALE ba &c. pioo..rt t u -- wa coiivf.e', ; !, :nl an ->nl :-iancr- by the Kiiii !iflt'rl; n, Hawk Rodes, by the otfi-
cotton ;'pn:, i j I I IS
\ i.-ir-\T. "j I J ; lI'11. .l. '-ciii.ir; isi i a hill <. 'I.IlLt he liu{ I..fll11'I cersol'his n.ajestv's customs.
.r -
I 20( i 'oil- !hal rope. Just rcccivd by sloopCyb lt.1..l.IVr. Cotton Stored, sold or shipped. n dxl:! Cr' 11j ", '. 1 .-, j : ; !
If. IJtn 1, 32. 17tf. J. V\ hLL ". Bis".inc"s[ strictly I a Hen J.<- ..,! ., ; -- : -' -.- -- =- -= h,- I'if Cilandlt'lIr l -i !an* ;anact concernuiijtfie 'i CHOLERA
f I patriiuireKHWAU'O.s fCIXAS i I M.ajtublic Ft"'I.t:: S \ .: .. ..,: .c.I..t'; .i\. .2.,. ; Outphesv' The noble prisoner >f-l out 011 thn I GF.E\T BHTAI>.-Xew cases 112! ; deatL*, 43 *

'j 'a g14db .. : _(.:}: 1'AL1 \V, :'d:i Matri 1 ..,itt., dotobcr I Ifi., I 32 !. t' J L\L-T' r n-. r"1 ', ,v-i i iI 1Ai. filr th (.a..tt'! "I'- -BI-....\. .. ,.. .!,..,..... I.-..,, ;'.". t.'" I.....- fI'lf\'erit..s.' bj : Iotal I east.s- fronl- -__ r.tI."rn..r.t__u.. .... ......t.,
iwr'l 1'': d..tl.U uy tJC uIIS nIJci" MKDICAL.Tlie -- I fl : fhf .1r ir.'t u1"! I' 'h- n > I.iVil l. detai.-fil I attended to St.: Fa jri' by the Count F I (;iOCJS ; total deaths.: 2-1,930. .

fur whc'h caMi ind J a riiur'>irelJ-ct of the <
iindersiiriml i department and tiic i
Iiverui th first of \lardl liavt l bv a ,
dzy in XT.J.'i.&N. pnrtm! .
: L,,! jj t''Pt--- I' : i f .' t'c:; ), .v t.. ,In'\-"r Mayor: of t Nant/ <-. emharknl Safely/ of Jrizaie Constellation.
HAMLEX. under t the firm of l CaE\rs & TUIIM'K l I I fir ? ., .. ; e was in the !t\- is with.
Ma-riha, D'ml"'T 1 IS' h J -32. I 17tf practice of the ditfcnMit. bratic.'u's o1 l" t.i- I ,
of I t I I U:4: t.n, : : ., IJoiii.r! 'n Ironi the! National (.; ,t. I"!. '
medicine. Tlioy have IM-U il] ut Polo, ad.jutiCt .- 'I trnihct thr report which in
nn appeared
i Llods7
or: t"f'; : I t thi .' .
To Planters.i :H't "j. f' ;.1" .. 1 1"11 oJ'XaittCol.l. : I
supply of fresh medicine's: which 12t'I'1 ': f unyor Ca.r..il.; of t.e;: gendarmerie { ts', of the lo-s of'the U. S. Constel
1'III't'of ;' .,'- 4 r ft't'l4".. I .\ .iJ" j I.l i M: I frigate
S.ALE.-t 1..1 > '.t i'( .1, >.pt' Joly, C'mnlss'rof I
liberal the Paris
fiJR Boilers] !
Copper mi terms. Their otf> i i"
I itiVr! I.itmn
e lI-jZlc.| j as published by us on the 1st inst. A-
1'IIU--'lr.\I', _
JL \\ ,; ". .,r --ic-r.: A,iaa police. M.u'eiiioise' *t\lie of Ke :
AUo-Copper Dipper*, Skimpier* and ScoopH.i: Jackson Couiuv.. H H. CHEJU \\ --. I '. :>:ihice: and M.iar5" letter from officer of that
t J.I. < ,- an his
: -fv /':i- !! t' ': r II :"; ft' her immediate, ship, to family
: reduced Also 10 : : tt'nlhllts
prices.- pair Horse Mill Stone**. :: 1l Y 'fa )111E.) 1 :
Apply to ETTO.N & EM OK Y..M Webbville, April 1Jackw71 I !Y' l; : 'JJ-'..'':C" .:I'H; '" C: t h.1! ", ,I .f APi paper of iit" 10tli t.iies that public o- in this city, explains! the clU..e of the erroneous -
ay "l J 5.1*>W :&: u: I nml'No.CV 'V., CJ1 -. ,.1.. I': .: :;. J ". ; ..io'\: much excited on ti-i! ? subject of'the % report, and relieves u.s from all anxiety for
_-_ :"p'Ttur Cuir!. I II !laltrr ell:: i > :" '. .! Ah.'Mt ', .. -. i,! H' : --ofthe Kin!. dirtctiiii: the D.iteess lp I I tho-e ou hoard.

1'O'REAGE. THD. II. DUBOSK pi':! i ;. Ci.i.., ..'oj- |11 i';, ,f.. :' ,(-,,' J'J.. 'f..I' : ll-1 ..'/-'v :.. be brought bt.ihitthe Chamber of Depu- l The letter i is dated Oct. 20 off the !Island .
\'S In llt ) ,\ .
; + (:tjTi.c V1-: ; r.-v f l 'I.' .' rv I !ch wns
"P"X utldition to his old ware-house the BENJAMIN HOLDEX Dei-t. \ j ,; ''" very ffeiieraliy jironounced to l lie of St. George." It mentions having been ina
e'1.; r1-; !( -; i! '. .' : _- --::u1 1 adds that ministers struck I
J. LL persons interested are }h -rbv: .')1"I'fitli! that I .- ,. I with the severe Equinoctial
subvri'' has erected -f. I. 1 S. : gale early iu Oct. and
recently n sj anous build- 1l.sUit hath this hwn I I I.if.t la "j : ; 4 J I I ; ''II. .-. : ;:1! 'li-nprobation: expressed towards the oriiiet
ii e** 8U by 2!? feet, lrrectvI1ur cotton and noiis. day GEORGE CHI1t11I'.tr S. II! 'UV.IVS i n."H-liu '-r.r 5 I 1 1; trcsi' ; si.ul C'r: I- i.1 .J V <"'""',. < 't; ."-, .. '!.. ._.. <.'" ,'1, : : '- ', attr-Luted its production to I. Casimir- I:', adds : "There was sad news afloat about us
TIMOTHY.M'CARTY.) .lltcinityjvr p-Iliff. !!i .v.rsii t: tht- \ ;,1.""; "'.t'i ". *ii-- 'il..! ,.L ."t. "., :'.1. '," 'i.'r. I l when v e arrived at Vourla, and I am afraid it
St. Marks Deremlwr 27th \
IS'il.Jiraiuirce I. Iltf DrcemlKT 29th 1832. 1 JtflL ,t 'C'.J I. I' ...t.;.ic; .f' .:'. j Tr.t'l'vent had excited the greatest interest I j j will be exaggerated before it reaches Charles-

Cotton Gin. I I Ltvrtji'-'l; ;.. r- -. :.: :.. I"".' ;"s fwo .;,: ,.rlflrqinllt the country. By :' ten. A vessel reported that she had
1 > J
( R seen
SALE.-On us
liberal -.T. .
tf-rnis, 01'1.11 .
$ 1L"OR RALK A i S 'It- : hjit ; ; } L".d I C' -' u !I Vis.; 'r- ;. i. 5; it Ka hailed with and '
y.'i iw Cotton Gin, (Iron IraA .F dical I, library I and wnne rnirplun! MIS i-.k- J. .' joy, properly enough for a>hore in the- Equinoctial Stonn on the I-Iand

j me.l I.) fmni Braintrce Manufactory. Apr>ly tw I< m>Nr29. ISM.: J9tw J(I M I.N; I H.! I'A.'ijC: MiMRS. v .I\C"I' ;' ."'a' 1:' ". ..1. ,'I. .! If. ...r:. : . .. I! ::i' oe of the jourrnnls cx pta ins"iz is not merely 'I of Mrto, and that all of us had perished. This
I Joseph \V. KtetnSt. hrk!. I I'it+: y : 1 ls''. .110> "' '.,'. :., ;:lr"Jj" : .p"\". "\! the arrest ofa leeble woman that has ,
J. \v. K Wilt \\ 1LLIAMS icbpcotfullyjitl.'im; : : I I \ gra tifiI j I assure jou, i is false, and the truth i U tlut
r Tfi\e orders fur other Saw Gins of U'.r. of :a : iILrIlI.ht (I r.OIl"o;nlllr.. r*'' *. e-i'i France, but it is the conclusion of the civil 1 we
the :iho\ manufacture. her school will I re-oj-en) "II I th lit- ;u o. I did not lose a The
I Six "j TlitPVni'l- stii i Krurl:5.1 J rji" -loms ti.-id sailed \H-civil war i is now ended m La Vendee*'-for ropr-yarn. gale, he says,
January next. !
-July--10- -, 132- 4ltf ddled on rl:3.lOon3.1Il. _., tf'rlll'IL or e..ght. boarders can ba'-c '.m>*uDfrenilwr -,|I (from *>rit':" ill 3111 I Ivcr.- in - -
T W1J.L1A1 13 JNUTTALL and Tnl'alit'see' ---! -29thF 1S32. I 191 I u. I The'I L'- ls Mrrury .titiriiiti"{ : tlnl I, I!,t- H .cttojis governments are accused of having i intentionally' ; 1 I i -

1IIXON, have forn.c-,1. R will: I IK'MVIT :il b: .it t!.'" I l'ith ol D I n-mber, delayed the arrest, and having known all the I ( HAKLESTON, Dec. 24.

8 Partnership, and will practice; in thu Courts ofthc}a Mid Lw- SALK.Brijj Tnildh--JUM I.I'reev, fnu.i: "..iper. ; and tilt!! ; tl.r} :;".\'; )h'ii iiJllwlit wiil a acmbe aboutthe movements: of the Dutchess for a long time ; hut J Adjournment of the Legislature.-The Legislature -

die District, and Jackson I lOtii ol' .Jt1: !;I1j: \'. the Moniteur, the official denies I
County. Office this.
near the V. Y' rk, a new Sl.aIlIIOI'" I5n- paper adjourned between and 5 o'clockin
Pbntcrs Hot I. Bass j I In reiranl' to tiic :..thr0; : H')!!:i iiul, t'ie' LoiidOlNerver opposition are a good deal depressed this :
by stroke.
--- ge. : iiiouiiieil with 1nt.ss ,,- | the morning. on Friday 21st inst.
Tallahasvf.nug.7.. I lfi>2 r I 3ni of the .">ti! rfi,c lts; : complete f.* one hop, with sI i till! 'up and suit- papers excusively with thesubject. The Committee of Conference
Jas. D. Westcott- & J. lamps l of first rate workmanship, fors.,"Ie > hc.ii.: A jip'y' havr prl \ .iI1SI1'l'eLed U.II: ff!: |papers: of that appointed
P. Booth, to C. C. WILLIAMS. II I capital: or !lit 3d, n'c,'ivt-l I in Kfiir'aiul! by the A tI- Hostilities had not commenced in Belgium. The by the two Houses to arrange the difference
form da
HAVE i 'n'ellfthe former partftrhhij} m Florida. The December 29th 1832. I96w \Vtol l stti tiocr, ami at I this twirl bv the Ontario, j 12th Noveulber was the day named for the passing : between them, relative to the test oath, reported -
is in Tallahassee, and of : from London, \vbich aruveil' on the; 12th hut.- of the frontiers the ; an almost new bill
the latter at West Point, Appahchioola LIST Letters remaininir in the Post C\Tce at by French army ; the retaining howeversome
l1l'Mi entrusted It) them ill any of the c"nrls Bay.of Florida Bu
or the adjoining Countieb of Georgia or Alabama, will which if not taken out by the 3Ist liy of :.Match i'i, t i in
bektnrtlyattciidedjo. Au!.3d, 1831. 50tf they will be sent to the General Pnai Orfire as dead It ,-as reported anionn; commercial men, that it was supposed, to dtfrud) himself in Antwerp | the oath should be taken and it
l was at
etters. the Pnnn-of Onmire) who bad been' sent for the last a-
on to but it was in Brussels
ID 'JJ reported
JlU'ID m uaa Burbure John S. JM'Lanrhlin John the arrival of tie: poininunications! from the conference that his garrison was disaffected and desertionswere I I j greed that all who are now in office and con-

A LARGE and complete} assort- Bowen Blunt Redding John D' M'Alpin [Rulwri! t was of opinion( that Antwerp should be going on to a great extent-count, enanced tinue so, must take the oath, when called on

mcntof Fresh Drills and Medicines,just recei Belfield Sinah Mrs. Moody M.irth.i EnohMnbc given up without resistance, as it was ohm consequence I it was rumored, by the Prince of Oran e. to enforce the oidinance, and not before, and

ved and from retail.New York and Baltimore for sale, wholesale Best Mary Ann M'Culloh C.imline A. ill a mihuuy point of.iew, and therefore : The combined squadron was seen off Ostend on that those elected duting the present sessiqnor

plied on the most Country Merchants and Practitioners sup. Cearsey Elizabeth JS'ewtan J'plllt j not worth H'Ollll'st.( If this advice be not act- the 27th Nov. hereafter to be elected, shall be required to
accommodating terms.EWV. Cash Harriet A. Oats ted uponlhe two Powers who have committed The Swabian I
James K.-2 Mercury remarks that it is not at take it before they enter the duties
?. SEIXAR:; Carnochan John Om-al Mr them quiet, An effort
I>r>y29 41 tf Druggist, Magnolia Florida.' Doctrs. of Medicine DuPont Charles 2 at allllaz..r.tancl; if they do, there is every after the preemptory declaration which she has wjs made to put new-

: VlJMIHISTRATOR'S Dunn Solomon-2 Philips J. >. i reason to Mieve that General Gasse, the Dutch made on the subject of Belgian affairs becausethe ly elected officers, and those hereafter to be

L' | ha\"il\ claims NOTICE.-All persons Duval. Alexander n.' Form Robinson. _Judge_ .. I, Commander will reak his venireiice on the assail- citadel cannot be taken in less than, 15 or 20 chosen on the same footincraa- the incumbent.. .

phries dee.a., late of against Leon the estate of George Hum- Fields uauglas8 Joseph ciinuer W.-2 Sanhurn ltolJmsun Ira\\IJham ants, bv* the total destruction ol the city. This days, and in that time a Prussian army of loO,000 with regard to the test oath which (ailed afteran

sent them county, are required to pre will be a lementable price to for the animated discussion.On .
acquisi be
duly authenticated within the time Fain DavidFletcher: Smith M. W. pay men, can placed on the frontiers of Belgium,
f by law, or they will be forever barred, and prescribed all Christopher Taylor John-3 tion.; and ifit l he accompanied, as we have reasonto prepared to act againstFrance. the taking of the yeas and nays in the

endebted to said estate are persons Gee Herny Turner Lewis larit must l he, by a loss of lives on our part, The London Courier of the 9th says that Russia House of Representatives, on the

ment. ANGUS JOHNSON Adm.pay- Gibson James Doctor Turrx-n A.B. in co-operation by sea, no doubt much if the kind Austria, and Prussia, are still of opinion that the Committee of federal Relations report of

Tallahassee. Drcember 22d 1832. 183w1T Gillet Marcus Wilder Hosea S of policy which wax the causseof it will receive by prolonging negotiations, matters may be arran- the in reference -

OTICE.-Ssx weeks after Harrison Robert L.-2 Trail Ehsafnilson much f favour from a popular House of Com ged between Holland and Belgium without to President's Proclamation, a warm
11 date, I shall apply to Harrison William D. are-I debate ensued of which
the honourable the Judge of the Yaunge Mr. mons. sortto arms, and that"the winter meditations of we are promised an
Franklin for letters county court 'f House Edmon D. Wester Elias The Holland has account. 7 .
routv, of administration King recently issueda Decree the Dutch King will terminate by his
on accepting
Hicks Reubin B. H' odl
| ot Colin < > Coleiu
Aii larhicola M'Rae dec'd. BARBARA M'RAE. Harvey German_ Wiiddon eriy William which must have a verY injurous effect on in the spring, the proposed conditions."-England In addition to the passage of he teat oath

December 22d 1832. 186w Kneel Esquire /Teaks James the Belgian manufoctones. Up to the date of this and France, however, have no longer faith in any bill, as above explained, and the adoption of

Ull ilt ,T.-The plantation tornierly Watkms'. Larkins Robert Yan Jesse new fiscal regulation the Belgians were allowed to l,ut coercive measures. The Courier argues that t the the report of the Committee of Federal Relations

.Early application to R. Hayward Mills Archibald Yonge Philip. send their manufactured cottons by Dunkirk to former ought either to defin-
-.' ive or myself will powers present some we learn that the Rail Road Bill
Jtnuiry atunuon-about 5th 100 acres of (the land are open. Martin Mary [61 letters.) Holland! where, being shipped for the Indies in ite plan for terminating the difficulties in question, Bill the ,

1833. 20tf W. CARTER [203w M. BLUE P. M. Dutch vessels, they paid only a duty of 12 1-2 if they oppose that of the others,, or to withdraw relinquishing the claims of the State a-

IANOFORTE SEPH LADD! has just received and for sale very percent, whilst En'srlHi and German wares paid i from the Conference entirely. gainst the Town Hamburg to Henry Shultz,

SuperIOr IoSlrum for Sale.-A J cheap ; 4 boxes shoes, all kinds, brown domestics 25 per cent. The Belgianare now placed in this PARIS STOCK EXCHANGE, Nov. 10.-Very little on payment of 16,000 dollars, and the bill p

r a.ale Jow-Apply to in excellent order if offered assortment gent cloaks, assortment cotton and bilk urn, respect 011 the same footing with the English and has been done to day. The 3 per cts. remain stationary regulating the militia of the Parishes of St. **

MInoliaaug.141832 52 tfr E. SEne AS. brellas ; 10 kegs goshen butter ; 20 boxes superior tl"'l Germans with! whom they cannot for the presentsuccessfully at from 67f 30c. and 40c. The only news Philip and St.: .//U l'hael, have severally ?

bacc0. Uaplia tSCemt.u *9Ui 132 Slf J compete/ in circui&tloa was a rumour of the dispersion of sed.-[Courier. pp'y. (

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:: -- : S J- -S$ : Pries thc. of inhabitantsof I r then resolved I itself into H
r. oved the following as an amendment Mr. presented petition sundry committee of the wbole
.LEtl ;L \ IVL 5u5iN5.5 1L. the rules. Alachua Columbia and Hamilton counties, prajm*: to :,, the said hill under conslderationl\lr.. Warren > and! 12at.

5- 37. The clerk of the Led lative Council shall be sworn exempt James Johnson from the law imposing; : a tax on committee reported the said bill to the house, with from that .":
' 1'EDESDLYJaflUay 9, 1833. I by the President to discharge faithfully and diligently the hawkers and pedlars, and for other purposes: ; which was: amendments, which were concurred in by ihk Sundry..
duties of his office, and to koep secret the proceeding of 1 read and on his motion referred to the committee on Fi on motion of Mr. Bellamy was ordered to L *, *Q*
The house met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum bo- the house when sitting with closed doors. I nance. I for a third reading un tomorrow. enKr08.e vn present, the minuted of yesterday were read.: 38. The Sergeant at Arms and the Door Keeper shall Mr. Gautier offered the following resolution. : : engrossed bill entitled an act to establish
Mr. Gautier gave notic that he will on some future daya i by the President be severally sworn, faithfully to dischargetheir Resolved, That :Mr. Blount a member from Escambia over the Wakulla river at St. Marks" Was a re1!
4 k leave: to introduce a bill to he entitled ** an net concerning -, duties, and not divulge the proceedings of the house county, be appointed on the following! committee* viz : ., time and passed-ordered that the title be 3s ab read a tbircl
: attachments"-: also a bill tn be entitled: : I, an act when in secret session. The committee on the Judiciary, the committee on Claims, Mr. President laid before the council a ove*
luueudatory to ,the several acts incorporating Ihe bank of 39. No bill shall be introduced into the house on the and tn! committee on Banks, which on his motion was from rurbutt R. Betton, Commissioner of COmmunieat.TaIIaias (),

"\. st Florida.Mr. three last days of the session.Mr. adopted.Mr. containing a statement of the accounts and t ;
: Ward gave notice that he will on some future day, Gautiei moved to amend the amendments of the Warren from the select committee on Printing made of his office, which was read, aid on motion of t1fl8acfjon3
ii-k leave to introduce n bill to incorporate the town of St. rule proposed by substituting the following in lieu of the the following report. referred to the committee on Finance.On r. nard
ALirks.in. Leon County.Mr. 37th and 3Sth as the 37th rule of the house vi/ : The committee charged to ascertain the terms upon motion of Mr. Meacham the house then
Bradford presented a petition of Joseph' \\'. ttcld! The clerk of the Legislative Council, the Sergeant at which the printing of the pre.sent council can be done, beg until tomorrow morning 10 o'clock. actyouined

r4 1 wife, ,praying to be authorised to sell a certain tract of Arms, and the Door Keeper shill severally bo sworn by leave to report that the ropo'iL i of :\lr. \\ Iison hereto appended TUESDAY, January 15
i nd, which with the exhibit therein, was rulered to the the President of the Councilwell and faithfully to discharge is the only proposal; that has been received, that j I The house met pursuant to adjournment, a' 1833*
Committee on the Judiciary.Mr. their respective! duties and to keep secret the proceedings ao other press in this part of the couniry: is prepared to '.. ing present the journal of yesterday's proce quo ft d' rn be.
Gautier from the select committee appointed to of the house when sitting with closed doors. engage in such business, and that they believe the terms reduHr.I lDgs Wa"
i- ift rules: for the government of the HQUM, made thei Which was accepted by Mr. Bellamy, and thereupon, on proposed are the lowest that can be obtained.All Meacham gave notice that he will on
.ilowinn- report The Committee appointed to draft rules motion of Mr. Gautier adopted by the Council.Mr. of which they re pel'tfl1l1suhmlt., d.iy, ask leave to introduce a bill authorisin some the UiUT9
I .r the "government of the Council during the present: Bellamy moved that the remaining amendment pro- JOHN WARREN, CIUIRMAN. and members Washington Lodge, N0. 1 at "u.eels
-'. 'ssion, have the honor to report as follows : posed in the rules be passed by tho house as the 3Sth rule Tallahassee, January 11, Iho3.: : raise a ceitain sum of money by I lottery. ncy, to
: ; The Rules ot the House omitted. thereof which is adopted.Mr. I will print in pamphlet form, '\ jib the same typo and in ,1'1 r. Warren pursuant to previous notice, 1\sked
\Vlnch L __ on motion of Mr. Gautier, was concurred in, Bellamy moved to rescind the order directing fifty pages of the same size as those of List year, the laws enacted rained leave to introduce a bill to be entitled "an and ob.
: 1 fifty- O.copies are ordered to be printed. copies of the rules to be printed, which motion passed in by the present Legislative C ouncil, for( two doll.irs incorporate a Bank in the town of Apalachicola" IK-'K .
2i ['he resolution offered on yesterday by Mr. Warren, toK the affirmative.The and fifty cents per page furnishing seven hundred and fifty on his motion was read by its title the first time and Jr;:.
I : t led a printer for the session. was had under :ousidera1. house then adjourned until 10 o'clock on tomorrow copies ; the work to be executed within six weeks atter red to the committee on Banks. r
Mr.: Bellamy moved as an amendment thl'n'ot, the morning. S the adjournment of the Council, or sooner if practi aUle. Mr. Ward presented the petition of sundry inhabitant
t'tllovvinji, which was accepted by Mr. Warren. FUIDAV, January 11, 1833. I will publish the same in the Floridian at out dollar and ot M. Marks, praying an act of incorporation, which ,
Unsolved, That a selact Committee be appointed to The house met pursuant to adjournment a quorum be- twenty-five cents per page. I will publish the journals! I his mot.on was rend, and referred to a select' committee OQ
n1"t a Contract for the punting, that may be ordered by ing present, the journal of the proceedings of yesterdaywas free of charge and will print the same in pamphlet :form at i Messrs. Waid, Bradford and Bellamy were appointed. ;
1.L j Council which was passed-Messrs. Warrun, Bella- read. two dollars per page furnishing four hundred copies in tie Mr. Cooper offered the following, Resolved that the
I Ward were appointed on that Couvuiiu-f. Mr. Gautier, pursuant to previous notice, moved to introduce same manner as last year. committee on the Judiciary be instructed enquire into
1)1an Tho following standing Committees, vterejappointed. ; on a bill to be entitled, An act, amendatory of the Such bills as the house may or :i-r will ho printed on the expediency of granting another term of the Superior
Iit'. Judiciary, Messrst Wright, Bellamy, Smith Gautier, several acts incorporating: the Bank of West Florida, whichwas foolscap paper with blank space- between th>? lines for( seven Court for the county of Nassau-ana that they have leave
Ward and Bradford. read the first time and on motion of Mr. Gautier referred cents per hundred words counting -ach word in nineteen I I-. report by bill or otherwise, which on hU motion
On Finance-Messrs. Bellamy, Bradford, Meacham, to the commute on Banks. copies, and extra copies will he furnUhcd tor four do>- I adopted. Yta.t
Cooper und McBride. Mr. Warren gave notice that on some f future day, he will lars the hundred sheets. The reports' and inis: ('ell.inuons; I '1 r., Gautier offered the following Resolved thattha
On Claims; Messrs. Warren, Priest, Compton, Howard ask leave to introduce: a bill to be entitled, An act to incorporate job work of the house will bo printed for five cents the I ommittee on the state of the Territory, be instructed to
und Bell. the Bank of Apalachicola," also a bill to he entitled bundled words, counting each word in the first nineteen: I F .:iT.ro,. into the expediency .of addressing memorial
On :ilitia-l\lessri'' Priest, Warren, Bell Riz and an act for the relief of Duval County, also a bill to copies and extra copie ; will bo furnished for four .ll.tr- : tio! authorities( of Guorji.-: and Alabama respectively/ to
Cooper. be entitled .* An act to declare the Ocklawaha a navigableriver. the hundred sheets. Thu whole will he executed with the th.: sul.ject of a cessIOn of the border counties of those, on
Bradford Meach- : utmost promptitude after it be ordered.WAI. States The hical
On Enrolled Bills-Messrs. Cooper may : ; Geopraj position of whUh, render it.
sin, lliz, and Compton. ." Mr. Bellamy, pursuant to previous notice hcrctnfcncgiven WILSON. propel that they should be annexed to Florida, with a view
On th.- state of the Territory-Messrs. Gautier, ''SmitlJ, asked and obtained leave to introduce n bill to be Mr. Bradford moved to postpone the consideration of to facilitate our admission into the U niolt as a State, whichon
: IVard'iight; and l McBride.On I I entitled An act to establish a ferry across Suwannee river the report which did not prevail. his motion was adopted.
Schools: and Colleges-Messrs. Smith. Bellamy ," which was read the first time and on motion of:Mr. Mr. Warren moved thut the report he adopted, and that Mr. Compton offered the following-Resolved that the

y, right, (>autier, ,Warren and Howard. Warren made the order of the day for monday next. the committee on printing have leaxv to contract with Mr.Wilson committee on the Judiciary, be instructed to enquire into
On Elections-Messrs. Meacham, Priest, Compton and Mr. Warren presented the presentments and petitiorof in conformity; with his proposal for thu printing the expediency! of revising ocr present county court sys.
i-Bride. the Grand Jury of Duval County praying to be re.l.iseci which shall be required during this session of the Council, tern, und that they have leave to report by bill or other.
On motion of Mr. Ward, a standing Committee on from territorial taxes for the next four years, and for other which was agreed to by the hous-;* w I s e.
Par.k* was ordered Messrs. Ward, Gautier, Warren and purposes therein expressed. On motion of Mr.: Warren A bill to be entitled '" An act to establish a ferry over :Mr. Ward from the committee, on Banks, to whom wai
Itiz. were appointed.Mr. Resolved, that so much of the presentments of the Grand the Wakulla 'river at St. Marks," w.; eud the second: referred much of the Governor's message as relatesto -
I. Wright moved that a standing Committee en Agri Jury of Duval County as relates to the ri.-cal concerns of tin.e, and on motion of !Mr. Brad ort! ordered to he "iu- Hanks, and Bills of exchange, reported a bill to be entitled I'
o-u'iuie: bo appointed, which was passed. Messrs. McU the territory, be referred to the committee on Finance, andso grossed and made the order of the day for; mondty: n '\I. 41 An act to incorporate the subscriber to the Union Bank
: : ide Wright, Smith Howard, Priest and Compton were much thereof as relates to the appointment of officers A report and account current of Charle-i Vustin, Terrial of Florida which on motion of Mr. Bellamy was read by -
unpointed on that Committee. and elections be referred to the committee on elections. Treasurer of Floiiila: wa-. received and read and on its title and ei hten copies are ordered to be written.
? \lr. Meacham moved that a Committee of three be Mr. Bradford from the select committee to whom was .I motion of Mr. Wright referred to ih: committee on Fi :)Ir. Ward from same committee to whom had been re.
appointed to ,make arrangements for a room for the clerks, referred the petition of sundry inhabitants of St. Marks, nance. 'erred a bill to be entitled an act amendatory of the sever,
\\hit h was carried ; Messrs. lleachamV right and Brad- praying the establishment of a terry over the Wakulla river On motion of Mr.: Warren the house then adjourneduntil al acts incorporating the Bank of West Florida, reportedthe
V '4! were appointed on that Committee. reported a bill to be entitled An act to establish a ferry monday morning next at 10 o'clock. same without amendment, whereupon on motion
'j he House then adjourned until to-morrow morning 10oVIuck. over the Wakulla river at St. Marks," which was re.ad: the MONDAY, January 14, 1833.; Mr. Guiltier was read a second time by its title, and .
t 1 l first time, and on motion of Mr. Bradford made the orderof The house met pursuant to adjournment, :u quorum being made the order of the day for today.Mr. .
THURSDAY, January 10, 1933. the day for tomorrow.On present, the journal of proceedings had on Satuid.iy Bellamy from the committee on Finance, nude the
The House met pursuant to adjournment a quorum be- motion of Mr. Ward, Mr. Bradford was added toI last wag read. following report which was read and on his motion adop
itt:: present, the minutes of yesterday were read. Mr. the select committee on printing. \Ir. Ward asked.l and )Ir. Gautier gave notice that he will on some future day, ted.
G.sutler moved to dispense with recording on the journal, obtained leave to withdraw the report heretofore made by ask leave to introduce a bill conc ruin jinjunction! ?, and 'he committee on Finance, to whom was referred the! .,
M much of the report made by him yesterday as i is contain the committee on printing and to be permitted to report on writs of ne exeat-also a bill to be entitled u An act to petition ot"sundiy inhabitants of Alachua, Columbia and ."'
d i in the rules reported, which was concurred in by the some future day. establish the time for holding the superior: Courts, in the Hamilton counties praying to exempt James Johnson froir: ::
111111... .O... Mr. Bell from the select committee to whom the garniwis 'I\ estern Judicial District.Mr. the law imposing a tax on hawkers and pedlars, or to ref
--- )- Ir. Howard gave notice that on some future day, he referred reported a bill to be entitled an act for the Ward gave notice that on sonic future day. he will luce the tax on hawkers and pedlars-beg leave to repo! %
will n-k leave to introduce a bill to be entitled, an act to reliuf of John Bryan," which was read the (first time, and ask leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an Act concer- ,hat they have had the same under consideration and lhz4\
u.nnd: an act, concerning eslrays &c.-also a bill to be en- on motion of Mr. Bell made the order of the day tor mo.j- ning the authentication of conveyances, and othei instruments -urtiruvii reason has occurred to them ibr granting the 51
lilli'il nn :'rt tr anicmlan not regulating ,patrolo.Mr. ctay next. of writing rotating to lands in Florida-also a pray of the petition. To exempt James Johmson a
i Wright gave notice that he will on some future day, The following communication from his:: excellency Governor bill to_ 1m_ entitle_________! ,* _\_II u _irf- ilii-Hrfiinr_.. _H"13 lhn.n" c'nllr..p_ --- ,-. of-f fdij I nrtWf" ___.p.-_ IOIM, r-iiu the one. atiou 01 that-law.would. -on everv---J vii,,_>w,.>\"* .. ,
nk leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an act, to extend Duval, was read and on motion of Mr. Ward was ;; in suits in chancery ugam.st absent deutors, and i I .r inting him exclusive privilege, incompatible with tii(
the lime for ,subscribing for the stock of the Bank of Pen- with a statement exhibiting the condition of the Central other absent defendantand! for settling the proceedings principles of legislation: and en a subject where it i is believed
Em co,.1. I Bank of Flonda, therein enclosed referred to the committee agonist absconding debtor: no precedent can be found to sustain such an ap
Mr. Bellamy gave notice that he will on some future on Banks. :Mr. Howard pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained plication. The committee are of opinion, that public
.5 ci"y. introduce a bill to establish a terry on Suwanneu EXECUTIVE OFFICE TALLAHASSEE, t leave: to introduce bill to be entitled an act concerning opinion, and general policy both forbid, any reduction '
1iv..r. January 10, 1833. J patrols" ; which on his motion was read by its thf tax imposed by law on hawkers and pedlars ; The;
.;ir., Warren presented the presentments and petition of SIR-Enclosed I transmit the statement of the Cashier title the first time and referred to tho; committe on the thereiorn beg to be discharged: from any further consider
th" <*iand Jury of Duval County which were read, and on Central Bank of Fiorida, of the condition of said Bak; Judiciary. tion of the subject. All which is respectfully submitted
in,.fin of 1Ir.Vurren, referred to a select committee ; to be laid before the Council. Mr.I Bell gave nutice that he will on some tuture day: A. BELLAMY,
I\1tbrl'. Warren, Wright, Bradford, Gautier and Cooper I am Sir, respectfully, &c. Win. P. DU VAL. ask leave to introduce a bill& for the purpose of establishing CUAnmu,
\uv.r appointed) on that committee. Hon. J. P. Booth, a ferry on the Wjthlaucoocby river. The engrossed bill entitled An act to establish a fern!
:\1 r. \\ nrrcn presented petition of James C. Manjj- President of the Legislative Council. Mr. Bradford( gave r.uti'tthat he will after today ask across Suwannee river"-was read a third time, and pa*
Inni: praving H divorce ; hich on motion of Mr. Warren CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, I (permission! to introduce a memorial to Congress, requ.*st- sed, ordered that; the title be as above. .
'vIj:4 referred to a select committee ; :Messrs. Warren, January8, 1833.: | lug i that donations of land be made to all persons who The engrossed: bill to be entitled an act for the idle :
Ward, Bradford and Bell were appointed on that committee. To His excellency. P. Duval, Governor of Florida. have, or may hereafter settle on public lands in this territory. o'r,John B.ya. &' was read a third time, and the questot '.
SIR-I have the honor herewith to enclose you a statement I being, shall this bill be passed into a law, the yeas am ,'>'
:Mr. Bellamy presented the petition of Paul McCor- shewing: the condition of this Bank on the. 7th inst. Mr. Warren gave notice thru on some future dy he will nays were called by Messrs. Bellamy and Bradford
mtfk prEitm: a charter for a ferry on Suwanne at the I am very respectlnlly, ask leave to introduce a bill to regulate the pilotage of St. were as follows, viz : Yeas, Mr. President, and Messrs
Mr. Your ob't Servant Johrjs and Nassau Bell and Warren :3. Messrs. Blount
mouth nVithlaucoochy, which on motion of Bellamy rivers. Nays, Bellamy, _
r.afor: the prtsnt: laid on the table. BEN CHAIRES, President. Mr. Compton gave notice that on some future day, he Bradford Compton, Cooper, Gautier, Howard, lIcBritle
Mr. Bdl procrited the (petition of John Bryan, praying A STATEMENT EXHIBITING CONDITIONOF will ask leave to introduce the. following bills.A Meacham, Priest:: liz, Smith and Ward, 13. So It n
;t <1i v (ir ; from his wife, which on motion of Mr. Bell, IH TilE CENTRAL BANK OF FLORIDA, JANUARY bill to be entitled an act, regulating the rate of in- decided in the negative.The .
riamd I to o elert committee ; Messrs. Bell, Warren and 7th 1833. tercst-and a bill authorising the appointment of guardians house went into committee of the whole on tbbill !
C'Mip-r' were appointed on that committee. DR. : oi agents for free persons of :Colour." to be entitled h an act amendatory of the several act:h-
Air- Brudfuid presented the petition of sundry: citizens I. Capital Stock paid in 30,000 00 Mr. Bellamy presented the petition of William Hillinrd, incorporating the Bank of West Florida," and alleraora\
ot t :-:'t., Murk praying for the establishment of a ferry on Notes in circulation, 27,126 00 and others, which was read, and on his motion referred to time spent therein, the committee arose, Mr. Beta\\
the Wikullt near St. Marks which on motion of Mr.Jin Amount duo to other Banks, 1,96543 the Committee on Claims. from said committee, reported the bill without amenc
tlfonl was referred to a select committee ; Messrn. Personal depo.sites 7,622: 56 Mr. Bell presented the petition of Rhoda Taylor, pray- ments, which report was adopted by the house.
rmltord, Bellamy and Ward were appointed on that com Profits! since; first Nov. last 948 83 ing a divorce, which on his motion was read and! referredto Mr. Gautier moved that the rule of the house be waite .
mittee.Mr.i I a select committee ; Messrs. Bell, Warren, Gautier and that the said bill be read a third time and and put uponi
Bellamy offered the following resolution viz : Re- $67,662 62CR. Cooper were appointed.On paisage-which i is agreed to by the house. The quest* .> -
folvod. that :*o much of the Governor's message as relates motion of Mr. Meacham-Resolved that Mr. Blount shall this bill be passed into a la,,', was then decided ,1
to a-rinilture;: be referred to the committee on agriculture. be added to the committee on elections, which resolution the affirmative-ordered that the title be as before S ,
'hat -o much as relates to education, be referred to the Gold and Silver $18,324 45 -j was adopted.Mr. ted.A '
committee on Schools and Colleges. That so much as U. S. Bank notes, 2,270 00 \ $27,072 45 Riz introduced the following resolutiop yiz : bill to extend the time limited by law for subscribi -
t relates\ t.: Banks and Bills exchange, be referred to tne Notes of other Banks. 6,487 00 ) Resolved, That the committee on the Judiciary, be instructed for the stock of the Bank of Pensacola, was on motion' l';
relates to elections Bill of discounted 00 to the of Mr. Gautier laid] the table.
comnutii-c& -e on 't'.anks.: That so much us Exchange 4,400 enquire into expediency altering the on
be i erred to the committee 'elections. Notes discounted, 12,444 56 mode of drawing Grand, and Petit Jurors, and have leaveto The house then adjourned until 10 o'clock tomorro "
And that: :-.U much as relates to executions and attachment Due by other Banks, 22,74124' report by bill or otherwise-which on motion of Mr. .r{.'
tie icferrcd to the committee on the Judiciary, which Current expenses, 1,004 57 Gautier was adopted.Mr. The} following letter 'from Major Brooks, gives more of the parti11oi /
ihe late massacres, in the Cherokee than the publtf-fj; ,
4 'I".." III lit. /Jr., Warren from the con mittee appointed to contract $67,662 82 Resolved That the committee on Finance, be directedto tdl 1 the tale. *Ir' eDJamiu Boman. woo brought the wwit III '1
for primiii". -reported as follows : 1 will print the laws enquire whether any further legislation bepiecessary, in : u-utrord'.settlement, on Sunday night was obviously nninfi* ,
the Legislative Council, in pamphlet Central Bank of Florida January 8th 1833.L. regard_ to the ascertaining of the debts due by and to the of the time at which the appaling"tiagedy was wrought onthap pr "J
i it
niacti (1 ) present oUt night; a fact that be Baud ,
may important and which Maj
the same type and in the same form as those of A. THOMPSON, Cashier. Territory, (which _on motion of Mr. Bradford was amended those who urprn.. wIth.... Kim..;..very. ,.1.-,..I., _ft.1 \... ...../(.11 :i
fr.r.i., on --- "ivuiijudicious oaveiialucu a !11'- ":
S, 5t*.., taxi (. ouncil, for 250 per page, furnishing 750 copies, On motion of Mr. Wright, the house then adjourneduntil by adding) And also to enquire into the expediency of S examination of the reinuins. fly < .. ..:!
und ui'.l: pul>lbh: the same in the Floridian for 125 per pageI tomorrow morning 10 o'clock. repealing an act approved 12th February Ib32, entitled an Dear Sir-I UeIUi.BCo.NTY,2-2dDec.I )!
the Journals in pamphlet form at 200 SATURDAY, January 12, 1833. act to provide for the speedy settlement of all arrears: due haveju4t arrived at home, from Salooquyebf ':
__ will also\ publish S ment, where I witnessed the Indian nutrage. (or i18 eftecta,) aflmuch 4'
The house met pursuant to adjournment a quorum being the Territory of Florida-which as aaiendcd was, on motion as Ihe drew '
: fiunixhin450: copies. report, we up, was drawn in a hurry,aDder _
per puge the house at the journal of proceedings had on yesterdaywas of Mr. Bradford leehngs, i now sit down '
1 will 1 such bills us may be ordered by present adoptedMr. culmly. to give you. and through the& '
hundred words, counting nineteen copies, read. Warren offered the following resolution, viz : of your paper, the people of eo.-gia. a correct statement or..*
u/nts cpinstaoces,
f :u'Vtn ( pur which be Mr. Blount, a member elect from the county of Escambia Resolved, That the committee Finance be directedto attending that truly horrible case. :
number of extra copies may on On '
: i nd Mill furnish any ... Sunday aight" the ICib instant, i tarried at the house of'Wottord \ 1
or.lered!, for lour dollars per hundred sheets. I w.ll also: appeared was duly qualified and took his seat. ascertain, and report to this house, whether the several Pine log. Sometime after dark the family was thro-'j /;
.iho otner miscellaneous printing of the house for five Mr. Wright pursuant to previous notice, asked and obtained auctioneers in this Territory have made exhibits of sales contusion; by the arriv.1 1 of Benjamin Boman,with the ac
( -> hundred words, counting nineteen copies. and leave to introduce a bill to extend the time limited made by them respectively to the Treasurer' office: in the that murder his Brother and family, and requesting every wbim \ 1
; ('cnt per hundred sheets. by law for subscribing for the capital stock of the bank the manner proscribed by law which his section of country to assemble, mid proceed to the I'tlldcJCthe
; \\ill furnish extra copies at four dollars per on motion was de ea8ed. Accordingly every man at \V otJOrt.'.. proceed %,
rl be, huh-to be executed with neatness and despatch." oi Pensacola ; which on his motion was read and made adopted.A on Monday morning to the fatal spot; and owing to the alarm U ?,4
WM. WILSON. the order of the day for monday next. bill to be entitled an act for the relief of John Bryan tusion. amougst the'lew scattering whites, and their extreme i* *#*
Bradford of Allen W. Coleman read the tu defend. and ;If possible to save their wives and children hot *: yft
January 10, 1833. Mr. presented a petition was second time and on motion of Mr. Bell, white ; __
appeared ftom
; the which was read and en his motion referred to the I oidered to be for third ; the causegjnst stated no one CU"t: j
4 \\hieli on motion of Mr. Bradford, was for present engrossed a reading.A pnH'ailt'd| upon to go for the Coroner, (a distance of 60 or 70* ti
the table. S ommittee on Claims. bill to extend.the time limited by la v, for subscribing In fact the whole company deemed an inquest unnecessary.1.
S bid'on Melirideoffered the following resolution : Reso: Mr. Howard pursuant to previous nptice, asked and ob-S for the capital stock of the Bank of Pensacola was red j bodies w"re'o completely consumed an to not leave a vestagfl w'1 *$*
-tr. clerks be required to furnish th. : '.imed leave to introduce a bill to be entitled an Act concerning the second time, and on motion of Mr. Bellamy to act on. The bouse of the deceased had been several times W.J 4lM
subordinate wa ordered raid Indians
and tbre1
that tht from the duo :
veil ran
S ; treqnant
jib of the )journals of the present Counej; estrays," wnich was read the first time and on h.* to be engiossed and read a third time on tomorrow. "f""} made against him. and family also very; but to the fatal* il
u copy
f 4\ jinnter. \\ in I tue I loridian, and moved that the aambrill .notion was made the order of the day for wednesda A bill to be entitled an act to establish a ferry across S :', hlJ" attempt was made. The Indians of this town, (repMth'd tS|
'v'"'\ 'I'or publication which wu crried in the affirmativeCf (j jt : next, and seventeen copies are ordered to be ,,,,,iUea. uwa.nneo rjvor:, was read tire second time The bouse : var dance recently, whea a proposal! wa made to 9Otindicnimnate ?j|
Nb& 8ed : .
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11$ p.ce present. The ch then SO dottars yntU 2J March> 1S55, then 20 land that G n. Blair ha st AS tIme cause a hisassault \ hen she recovered and saw her husband and his some ptetext'or other rru M, no d\.nl ct

_.r the O 'Nation, hid kepttbe l'idian* qoiet by pert aadan r'l dollars. that he had in the streets, his friends freed from their fetters, she behaved like fir a now policy,on the part of the Ort ve?

be elected President, who 5th. Woollen n4 worsted mit .sul way,and entered into conversation : in the course frantic with
thom that Clay would hoisery, gloves, one joy. But making every allowance for Dute. *rj 'rm

drive the white- ill out of their country and restore ( stockinneis and on worsted binding, twenty dollars of which I look-occasion to say that the Union party For being retaken by the Entrlish, onr and Dutch solution, or mr\ Dn'cli av rictui4.
of the election o of South Carolina faction that he to rot
former laws to them But them the news like a clap of thunder for every hundred dollars value, until second me your language was is to 3*tory harsh ;w that; I repeated Sli it, her' the arms and the regimentals of the Dutch nbs'lUilcv.Vf \voiu. pposc tiiit (h. v.ill}

' General Jacw came OD oDe CUBe of thejoutrage 1 am March, 1834, then 10 dollars. a if in defiance, that he therefore had resort to his dead and captive foes, reerosHed the Savannah, not be loris able to withstand the f,' ri r>tn>jt to bfe

on a dear day which h4dj0theaTd'II he news. 6th. Manufactures of Cotton costing not more cane to resent an imputtoR To this statement Igive and safely joined the American 'army at Pittsbo-, employed against him.-Chronicle. '

:' DOW reatinguthey 1 Grant and two than 25 cents per square yard, 30 dollars for at time, rough to the inexpressible and astonishment and
r : en'niD, 15th, William every an unqualified denial v poi any ___ __ -______-.== -----i_ ::
On l:5ahi-rday from jail couniy paued the hone of the hundred dollars value thereof, until 2d March 1S- .I since his return to city, had a conversation with! joy of all. UK. Till'i ITT OK ALL4I1\U. IS A."W Alcrkr.i.: "t

Sceaesedtot before nijht; the house WaR then standing 34, then 20 dollars. All other manufactures of Gen. Blair, and therefore stamp this statement an fai..c. WITH (. HAULER At'STIN TREV _ER.

an he door open. We cerl&IDt.d the oat. ; cotton, or of cotton and silk, not otherwise specified I D. G. Vegetables. the early part of the reign of -- ---

t., ra -'was; perpetrated early in the night, examining Bommn'. I 25 dollars for every hundred dollars value, REVOLUTIONARY EVENTS. Henry VIII. not a cabbaiie, turnip, or edible root [I ISJ2.] 'fOSIREE.T"-IMI't.()"*. M'S 1-30

the b..tlf"-We found td identified Mr. byh14coatand until 2d March, 1834, then 20 dollars. Nankeens : Sgean& Jasper JWic/on. in England. Two' three centuries Paid claims allowed by the co'WtJ .t. ]
buckle grew or
l pantaloons buttons, and nuspender direct from China, 15 dollars! Cotton hoisery Mr. Sergeant in the Revolutionary army f fore the monasteries had b Streets and Improv me lit" I 1"3 t. :

which pointed out his boors andihowod hiscIth I nuts gloves and stllckinn and twist had a Brother who had joined the British, and certainly gardens! avariety Paid: claims allowed . :$ ,j":2, i$1
'ond J.f'J. in bed. Another cotton ,yarn but all the gzirdensot'the : t9 63;
b-er nearly
wereon. and hi had nut who likewise held the rank of Sergeant in their \'egtablt" Deduct amount over paid chairman '
>fI and thread, 20 dollars for hundred dollars
heart I .
infant daughter's every in the between
little wars
this, their garrison Ebetie/er. No could to of the r(1OIIHltlt'e in f>rmcr
was at man truer
yaMiii iic'Arlv entir. and itv iffletninac11 'I value, until 2d March, 1834, then 10 dollars. b the houses of York and Lancaster. Harrisons
litht.. and "ttlrDac'h. were II" j the American than he bills repaid by him,. . . .534 .V-'J 1 J
'''fir, 7th. Iron in bars cau>e Sergeant Jasper; yet
bolts manufactured: in
I .tcntl.d with food,ae if just mlisticated, whichiIicwed I or not I' speaks wheaten bread as being chiefly used by STREETS AND n1PROVE:ta: Tt t Ik

it t*m H nttslepnor diP mod been acted on by : whole or in part. by rolling, 18 dollars the ton, until 5 warmly loved his tory brother, and actually went the gentry for their own 1able: and adds, that the Paid claims allowed. . . 197,2-11)j
jt muil- have iipped.Ve 2d March 1834 then 15 dollars :' and holt I to the British garrison to see him. I His brother
dl .tinn. consequt'n1ly, | just j :ir : artificer and laborer are "driven to content them- Assessors of Taxes, 1832.
tile rerniins .f the unborn ,'iron made in 30 dollars I wis cxcecdinl\ralarmcd least he should be seized Paid
identmrd Mrs. lJOffi"n, by 'I wholly or part by rolling, sel't'Svith horse, corn. beans, peason oats, tares G. E. Dennis and D. M'Ka-
infant which had prell.r\'cd a small part of the back the ton, until 2d March, 1834, then 24 dollars. and hung as an American spy ; for his name was '.?' There is no doubt that the ney $20 each . . ... ..$40
ninth, from the devouring flames well known\ to of t the British, alii cere. "Do average Orficrrs
of irfl 10".1) Scrap and old iron 12 dollars and fifty cents. many Salaries 1832. <.
bone duration of human life was at that period not -
, 'The old Ia'y Mi". Boman's mother. was old and blind 8th. Iron in pigs, 50 cents per every 1121ns, not trouble yourseltV'said: Jasper ;"I am no longeran half lonjr the The one Paid! P. Ulmer marshal . .$w. f w 167,9"S
for l'eH'ral "pan. James Lawson Boman was 211 years until 2d March 1834 then 40 cents. Cast iron American soldier." as present day. constant Paid O. T. Omsby marshal .S21, 12
an'honest. honorabl- industrious ynung man, use ofsalted meat, with little or no vegetable addition 1- Paid N. . .. .
old wa, C'Thanod!! ; lor that William, exclaimed his Dudley rnarshal. $33,34
; vessels! and other
, and nad committed no crime but tnal of being a Geor iron castings, one cent per brother, hartily shaking mil by the hand ;"and now doubtless contrbuter to the short ness of life, Paid by E. Dennis clerk . .&3-.16 j

emigrated place, where be pound.9th. to numbers Paid C. . .
c.an.. an4 l Ila\ .n rented an only I the word boy, and here j is a commission say nothing large constantly Austin clerk . .$jO.
of his Steel dollar and for say
wished to fettle. His bones gave: evidence one fifty cents every swept away by pestience and famine. Till lemon CITY NIGHT UAKD>, Ia32
barrel wa.-lying aero* his bones 112 pounds weight. until 2d March, S31, then for: vou with regimentals and gold to boot, to light Paid Freeman and Om
i>raverv ; a1l his rifle tor his King Gt'or juice was used as a remedy for scurvy amognst >by 50 each $100, 1
near his knees and it was bent to a consid, rabe: curvet one dollar. Majesty : our seamen, who are also compelled to eat Office Expences, 1832.Piil .

the fight. and the breech locked square down where 10th. Manufactures of iron and slrel), not herein Jasper shook his head qnd observed J, t .at though meat without vegetables, that sled for I looks and stationary h. .f 3,25

" the screw piu went through. The rifle turn. lay MXf enumerated, the several rates of duty providedby there wu: little enoniragcmcnt to light for his of life in the green was incredible. Admiral Printing forcity, lft3I.

i -e' or more from the bain-1, and the guard, at leastthrfe existing laws, until 2d March, 1834, and thereafter country nc could not find it in his heart to fight I Hosier navy buried his something hip's during Paid Wm.Wilson's bill . .$12,
companiestwice -
feet in a contrary dnecion.: which shewed t he had the lowest rate of duty which would have against her. And there the conversation ended. i iI I I Preservation of health, 1832.
West India in from the
Boman, wa a beautiful voyage 1726 partly Pair.1 Dr. M'Lemore
B-u.-heba health
gallantly resitted After staving two three days with his brother, officer.825..
lovely been payable on the same, either under the act of I o of the but from S 7
mothar of Spanish coast chiefly
woman. Hears old.' and was the a 1 in.spec.lino; and hearing all that he could, he took unhealhine Commissions, 1S2.Paid .
Ann Boman by 27th April 1816, entitled "an act to regulate the the Bad food and the G. r'
little old. Mary want Dennis
; ..fant, a ever n year I his leave;returned to the American carro by a circuitous ravages scurvy. tr asurer f>r-
uame; and wa-ioward. another They had in the house duties oa imports and tonnage"-or the act of 14, I route, and told General: Lincoln all that he I of ceanlines cwept away the people oh'the middle receivinr und paying out .$12,86

.- two feather bd three blankets three cover lids a S July, 1832, entitled "an act to alter and amend agt-s ravages upon their health, that the limited Paid C. Austin treasurer do. .. ..4U'02
hrul Soon after lie made another to uie
newbJack walnut chest, containing It nice chance of the'several acts imposing duties on imports. seen. trip medical I skill of those days could never resist. Paid P. Ulmer tax collector. . 814,55

clothes not \estate of which remained ; from whichwe 11 the Hemp 35 dollars the ton until :March.. English garrison, taking with him his particular Matthew Parris, a historian of that period, states Paid N. Dudley tax collector. . .$1 lH
conclude the house had been robbed. a< j it i in well friend Sergeant Newton, who was a young man Paid discount l'
1834, and thereafter 30 dollars the ton. that there in his hos. on uncurrent notes $1,
?,..nvn.. I.ha._I. n_ .fxfltlipr___._. lied will_ Ullt burn UU SO aS tO leave irri'at stlt'l.rth nn.l rmirmrf His lirnlbfr rp. were tim twenty or thirty Bilance: due from an
r..I'-no .ign. --- n. --- - I :d 12th.March Cordage 1834, and tarred thereafter, 4 cents 2 cents the pound the pound until II II ceived' > i--I him; ; I- with; l his usual cordiality: \ -,-aj-;; -i lie; mid i I pitals f for leppers THE \V in Eurp.W CO Ten dollars Macon notes indmiduaL.$2.50. . .gl'o t ] )S $123, 1

, Iti i. |u't two years since a tra\ellpr was robbed, murdered his iriend spent several days at the British fort, 1.\NI0N. Currentcash; on hand . . .SlUJSDi
Cordage untarred and twine, and packthread:
and burnt by thcoe same Indian 1 think they yarn the least ala On the of MBMBBMHUlsborough
giving rum. morning
of creek from Sol 5 cents the poundlntil 2d march 1&34, and
the Dec.
fhould alter the name nqu"-yeh 14.
third his brother observed that he had S. 3I .:
(Hear Iras.) to Ke;kuh-w)eh (or Bloody water.) after 3 cents the pound. t1tere-1 tie da. A shocking murder was committed this neigh -S

People: of Georgia, gat'aiit!' ,generous an-l brave, will 13th. Cotton bagging 15 dollars t for every Il'\\'S t to him boiirhood Saturday morning last. The victim CREDIT.flS32. .
? murdariM? with impunity "Ah!I. whnjfis 1 it ?"aaked ",'Vilhiam.Vliy"replietl lH
Can vou SutTeryourpople -
dred dollars value.
was Mrs. Susan Turner, an aged woman, who BV
"' his brother "here ] RETAILAND
. No are ten or a TA\T.RN LICt'Xl'lS.
14th. All manufactures of tlax ,not
Yours with respect hemp or d07t'l American prisoners, brought in this morning for many years had been deranged, and so much Amount received by G. E. Dennis
herein enumerated, 15 dollars for every hundied soat limes as to make confinement necessarv. The treasurer, due 1st 1832. 1
JACOB R BROOKS.P. as II deserter Irom Savannah, whither they April t $12,
t S. I do not believe it wa a systenmctic arrangnunt *"- dollars value. I to he sent immediate! : and from what I can learn an perpetrator was her.son, whose mind also has for Amount received by C. Aus.in ( S3--,

or com mtncement of hostilities! ; but ronfinod to lath. Spirits from grain, to wit : on first proof I it be apt logo hard! with them: -for it seems some year Len much impaired, the parties lived treasurer, due 1st Oct. 1832..173, J

that section of country.-Throe white men who had Indian 20 cents per gallon ; second proof, 23 cents per wil taken the together, no person residing with them. She Exhib t, jn and shows.

: families, behaved f OIrand.1lou..J\] in that section as gallon ; third proot, 25 cents ; f fourth proof SlY II they" lavl:11 King's Ixmnty. was f found dead in the morning,shockingly bruised Anvmnt reveued by G. E. Dennis 1

Donof them came near the schocning scene.Geu.Jo cents ; fifth proof 34 cents, and over tilth) proof, us see them/'said Jasper. So his brother and mangled. The son when questioned in the tr-nsurer . . . . ..O, S2.
I took him and his friend Newton to them. It Amount
I see rec'd. C. Austin. . .
', / 10 the from il a! other &,
1 cents gallon ; on spirits : : lIIaI j fellows morning, stated that his mother, appeared to him J
indeed a ineluncholly sight to see Fines
was poor and forfitures.
tcrials than grain to wit : first and seeond proof ttt' in of witch and '
v hanil-cuffed the when the characted a as he believed the Am' of fine rer'd. frr
; .
: FLORIDWII 1H cents the gallon ; third proof 21 cents, ; fourth \ the eye Il'Stt1Ip.m upon a youngoman trOll: a wife of one Bible commanded him to kill all such, he com' Ni;Iit puird siT'x-cription firing, im.nuns.unt .1,

proof, 26 cents fifth proof, 30 cents, and over) mencedbeatin her with of
= ; 0 the! prisoners, with her child, a sweet little IHW a pair tongs, 3111 j rere ivt-d r.f citKensto defray the
-- -- (
fifth proof, 36 cents.. I about rive all the male! prisoners continued to do so until he saw the devil come out of expanses of jruanl 3 months .81,25

A.Fl : 16th. Salt 8 cents the bushel, until Mureh i I years. Her humble pitllr! hnwed that tier.V(: understand that in general he treated City taxes for 1 1332amornlreceivf.l -
; SATURDAY M011NIXG. JANUARY 19. 1834, and thereafter 5 cents the bushel.17tlh I nhe was tiif1Olt'I" her distre.vs and his i mother with great Kindness, and there is no nt) P rim!
_ Olive oil) in casks 15 cents the rahin.: wns }poor hit deep sympathy : Amount: recrrvt-d of T. Brown
._ _. __'_ _' uJr. ; she doubt ho committed the dreadful act under then SP- S42i,9 1
husband that
f for I her iut 1 .
U 'irt u tin Ic i intfoe P.
\ Biouiu o, Pen.tacula has called the aUcnUon oflegislative until 2tl March 1S34. am thereafter 10 cenu thegallon. i prnJ rluence of a diseased inclination.! He i is in timer for axe: coltKl -
.I in than !h .
was rich l'\'njuallu\e: more precious & not paid intI the
tie council the propriety nf memorializing ; I .uJ.-! She ( l the} jail, awating his tri RerorJer. 'I . . . . -
. icnerally on ground opposite slry. . .. ;
Congress to re-organize the ('rritorml"crnnH'lIt 18th. Brown sugar, and syrup of Mifrir cane in ... .- Am-Hiiit ;; 95. 3 I|
her IIUIMIUJ. little Her ri-i-eunl eediam Dud- I
to on
so far ai \j allow! us a senate: and to permit I ihu people casks, 2 1-2 cents the pound, until 2d 1a\i eli:' I -- I and, her; coal Wt11(1 hl.ick: Lair sprfeadmg iioy ; leaning in :lonjjneg- NORTH CAROLINA-The Itcleizh llr"ir"l'l-1 I Ivy cuilcclorl . :. . lJ 7,O-,".j J

. to tied their governor and -iecretar}'.-It is prop ssed 34, and thereafter 2 cents the pound. White lp l ire rs, on her neck and b 'Sla. Sometimes of the 23th. Dec. ann'ninr the final p
clayed suar 3 cents lh' pound, until Match: II'ctet : the bill $50 000 for lebui'din: the
. that the latter privilrije shall go into effect at the 01: she would sit silent as stature of her appropriating d"HHr 91,181
1834, and thereafter 2 1-2 cent the 111 II I. Sugar c 2nl Settle of
|pO Capitol Raleigh. Thomas Roekinrrham -
i piration of the respective terms of the present incuni.t eye tix >d upon the earth ; then theO start : -
: candy and other refined sugar 10 cents the has been elected by the Legislature a Judge CHARLES AUSTIN
t f btnts, so as to avoid imputation of personal hostili. with a convulsive;\ throb, and on her hUal'stace ,

1 ty or party motives.-It is believed that \1r. Blourt's pound. with loks a-> piercing gze, if she already ufthe Superior Courts of Law and Equity, to Tal:1iasce: City yFt .
J\ntnry hot
19lh. Molasses, 4 cents the gallon. supply the'aclul'Y occasioned; by the election[ of 1.33.:
will be of the council saw him struggliinjr m the halter, herself a widow, __ __.__ _
MCWS supported by a najority __
20th. Collee, 1 cent the pound. Judge Swain as Governor. A bill has pav.ed : _,.__._ _.._ _
3 ,. uhile their adoption will be hailed by the people as cal- 21st. Teas, alter 3d March, 1834, to wit : on ai.d her son an orphan! -while the child distressed of'the I the House of Commons aulhori/inir the Commissioners :':E t rs -'- F--Thdl's !TTAI Tbf.o(3
mother's added the
. culntid to relieve limn in a great measure: from a dc- imperial gunpowder, and gatna, !.hyson and young by his the anguish artless, of t childish pathos of Faveueville! to borrow $200, 000 to invested t 'J' 'tore in Florida.! She is

ptndenl and colonial form of government, and to substitute liybon, 10 cents the pound. On hyson skin and St'l'Ul'by and New tears undaunted sutiering.J'houirh in Stock of the Cape Fear and Yadkin tJ:1: ,., I- nine yc-rs old :. Uvk main anil

-: one, more directly responsible to themselves. other green, souchong and other hlack except bo- Jasper ton were ( in Rail Road. Thebill to (inkers. &c. from 17Sf l ta.l : firufjy otutl and henTIht -
field of tattle subdued]
the their
led by .
The experience of all territories has shown that it .$ !,iea, 6 cent**, and on bohea 3 cents.22d. ing- were walked the performing military duty, except in cases of imivawhich (-lJ. '!:4f fft Sir: :.1': was g.-t by Amt od!
c the lieart-stirrit.g misery. As they into 0 : rl'.i: i-, : h"r dam
nearly impossible for an officer holding his place inde.jvendcnt All manufactures of silk, or of which silk neighbouring i wood. the tears st.od in the eyes of I sion, was rejected in the House of Commons I 1\ tli, 11,1 per erf }l-or ncdffudaprl was cot by

U- of the people to gain their confidence, or tu shall be a component part, coming; from beyond both. Jasper first broke s11enc4.'ev14I1I"said I being reconsidered on the nf' flay, was ultimately --wv- J" !I., r: "rent rand dam by the irup -
::' discharge his duties, so as to avoid the imputation oi the cape of Good hope, 20 dollars for every hundred M-"myday*.have been hut few ; pa-sellmto; a law, after bruit amended so f.Q -"iO' :-:,\! l.'iuiuiil.vt'I .

' dollars value, and all other manufactures of'silk I as to require of persons ex tn.ptcd.: to make oathor \l I'r- a I.ay !l.or t :;! -ikcii to harness tLe
weakness on the one hand, or an arbitrary assumption but I believe tht'll course is nearly finished. ) am
or of which silk is 12 dollars ,'! i. 1IJlIII .1\tl! r It.
I a component part, .' affirmation that they are concicntiously:- S : : v'ts; I
of A \
power on the other- !overnmeui en constituted and filly cents, for every hundred dollars val Vliyso, Ja-per. pulous. 1 h e hoes U--4J- ;>. Man ttrnis mad: kv,wj.niori h.I .
will at time exhibit the and "\hv I i'eei that I must rescue those
one poor
. arrogance petty tyranny S > at ttovnVs" Ho; !L Ja ii. (h..:h 1.32.22'

of a provincial satrap, while, at another, it will vase ue.23d.. All printed books, in other languages than prisoners II die with them; otlrerwise. the remembrance - IHIl"-K-S ALM-mrnCOIN1'I.'G ANAK I\s L.::-. I I __ '

) cilLut- of tnat woman and her 1 i X \'vrk afu-r t.te- ictii.n; e
with every varying expression of popular will-- Latin, Greek, or English, 4 cents the volume., poor et"l'il : <'P' 's Iii II' nwct- "
iC Such I hin'.nt; me to fe gr.ive I! It i 11. Judr''ot' tlir-rnsniiy i-i.nr* of Lii.. {', i ,.:
a system is ultrrly inconsistant with that firmness All printed hook, in Latin and Greek, 1-! 1-: i '1' :
1 feel! Newton !ti.t' .t.iir.ra! : : r.it.ao-i- tIC: uf Ge.'r ', '
.3.S "That is (rxacU;i" wiiat > & iMaJ c ":I" '" SI : <.
unJ tnor'pled .
singkncftS of whi'"h are the rtsult of con cents the pound weight Alien )io-nd and when t-
purpose : -7 : 1 1I } "... Uh I 1833.: 22CxvOTIC'M.
. ; 't mud ;ere is heart; and to sin by J. -s-;. Kli.Jv.
) t-cious integrity, mid a reliance on the support of an unbound, 10 cents the pound \\'I'i !ilt. my p. ;< < ; : ,. ; -- _.

:c ('n! ;htcnd people ; for without some If'itimate.mode. All other printed books, when b.uitiil, 2.;> mils you to the last drop.! Thank God a wal can die I I 7.:' C. ? z:. *r. =2 t I ; .-AH persTis having; rani.nct.:: ... .1.(.
I hut and should fear this q H H
:it of expressing the public will, it i! difficult to distin- the pound .weight, suit! when unbound, 20 cents once ; why ''we ease : ; .- :; :* I I.ii -. : t ;'.I' of J.-l-n: 1'. :\c.xl. late of Gadsdt-n <. ,i'-v.
hie in the of ordut\ ? _
I WHY : if v : :- L. -J rtr. -t!, ar> qieitd to
I fill a'I
the pound present m n. t-
weight.In |I' 'h
iish! between {
the vociferation of ii'ctianJ the
I : a addition to the. arlic!'.s made free of duty bv The friends embraced; each other and entered JAtART . . . .. . . 3t 5 f da l .:;.- :'i \\ :t'.llI ih time pri.-cribei! v :U" o T.t-.
1' oice ()f the people. We wish i to see an end of this I into the for their ;is.- 'h'ill} I br. I'li-cvcr: .'
tile act of 14th July I 1H32, the foiloiv.! :.:_* :artjc; !!:" n-ce.ss.--y i iirranjunents fuhm'ng C 7 8 J 10) It 12 i w larred.! 1 hf .. uj.tt! : .;If' ill\
ii state of thil1 s.-We wiali to see our citizens: on all! I desperate resolutiimt4c.Imuuimieli't.lv ij: n 15 in 17 ih ii I nl asi n>.ik" immtdiatf i.avnit inis in.uo-, f"> ,-r rim n
S shall be admitted free of dutaiter .S H i :\ltn'll I li33 ? IIIUUfv'
: bul.jt rts, exercising the judgment and assuming the n." : : after breakfast, the prisoners were 211 212 1 23 21 25 to h.5 ", \\' L>. UARP.HO.V A.ln'Ur.
that is to cotton-wool l indigo anI .
say, printed! I I"1! : .
k SHui.sibilitit] of flcl.mcn.Y wis>h aUo to see our Nent on tl"'r'a to Sa: va tuna hi, under the guard 27. : 29 30 31 nary _1"j. :.:1 \.

officers books, in whatever }language: jlrUlt: d ItI.illt'LIt': "I ol'a )! with eight They FESatJAP.T . .. . .. . . . . 1 2 -..-. ... ..
1 more directl) responsible for their a< ts, to those date of their llllpnrta tiou. serge.uit :: corporal, ttU. 3 4 ; (G 7 S 9 I : .'rE'tl'ES \,.\', '1'B: I '.1.:

. th-} {','crn.-Tilt y will thai be compelled to make 24th. On articles not her in i-tr.i::;Tit: ,-l! tl.p 1 : had not b"I'J ir-ie Kmir, l'tbre Jasper, accompanied HI 11 12 I 13 14 15 16 AAL;

I:'i.vlvcs :rqlllinted'ith inw.nts, the feelings, and lowest rate of duty, cal! I'tc'.I! : 11,1,11'1; : ,> 'If I by In- fredl Newton, took leave of his brother 17 IS 111: 20) 21 22 23 I !- r .lDRE'JCKSO'i. ,AND

the w ishes of the people. the article, which would inw: .i< II jnyabK' on t'u- I :ll'l se out on a pretended errand to the upper 21 2J 2G 27 23 ; :_' itnn.m us to A p1.t lacbjccfa! The-

e The prospect of our admission into the union is rf' same, either under the act of 27ili April 1MU entitled I c.MMry. Tnry had, !however, scarcely got out of *YJARCfl. . .* . . . . . .. 1 2 I all H' .1.1 s t, i Ii I. .lH' C'lunitus allernateIy;
)C I : .rt: 'of Ebl'll'zt'r, t efore they struck into thew.nnN 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 .\ .. every
: : : aot at 6 'cli.x'k A. \
mote-Thin event will be retarded by the large ( An act to regulate the duties on 1111114)rtsand eitJ J. for Apjtachi -
luntltJ :, and pushed haul after the prisoners and 10 11 1-2 13 1-115 I If; ..1 i, .UlU 't' dl I item-o-.t the nf'W mail
of lands Alabama or the act of I Mth I UiU I S.i stnr. hue,
and Mississippi which will bspicdily tonnage, -
hit severalto'e. 1 17 18 19 20 21 223
whom thev ,
ineir iruaid: closely ilogged from Talh50s if .T"Jile! in : Ptisajc1a
: brought into raaik.-t, as wtll ns Ly the high An act to alter and amend tiie several act makea 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 at 4\ IHIlaga -
.--, :anxiously: wutchmg an opportunity to on ueday; and Thur'lIl1Y at n.i-n. In ieturnin -,

trAcEs demanded by speculators and others, who haveiinforiunaifly imposing duties on import blow The hope indeed, seemed extravagant ; 31 will! lease Appahrhir.-la} : tv. ry Thursday and Friday

j.S obCamed possession of much of the most I'he 24th item, it will be oWrved goes hack S for what could t two unarmed men do against ten Await..I 2 3 4 5 6 lit 10 o'dl'k.M.. and arrive aA"pala-ra the next

e valuable; portions of our territory-Under these cir- to the Tariff of 1816, and continues, on as a HI.-s l>lluipptdil.'1 loaded muskets and bayonets However S 7 8 91011 121 13: days by I 12 clock M. w here passengt will find s.'ges
mienumerated articles, the lowest rate ufiixed! 14 15 16 17 1 Ii 19 2U for Tallahassee. ,

a c-umsianccs, if wccumiotouumnn independent govtrnment j I by the act of 1816, or that of 18.-J2. unwilling to give up ihcir coutrymcn, our heroes 21 22 23 24 25 2t> 27 The proprietors of the above light-draught boats have

. | becomes an object of social as well as po- I stiil tnndkt on. 28 29 30 hm-strd a large capital in fitting them for the

ii; litical mjMrt.iiice to obtain one as nearly so as the -n\. From the United-Sl'ties Ttligraph./ Aabol two( 1. ::1tl: from Savannah, there is a MAT. . .. . .. . . . .1 1 234 I fort of paisenrers, in the cnnildent: expectation uj that com a.

.,1. ture of the case will admit, and we trust that Cingressnc1I4 LIFE IN WASHINGTON spring, generally l'alktl the Spa, well known to tra. 5 6 7 8 91011 I discerning community will not suffer this (the first attempt -

will re.-I'd the long continuance of a provincial form To tht public? To prevent misrrpu-snitntioti: it is veilers, who often stop there to quench their tlu'rst"Perhaps"said 12 13 14 15 16( 17 18 to supply Appalachicola with a regular mail,) to
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 down for of
Jasper [lie guard may stop go want patronage.
u } of government 'as an evil I of sufficient proper that I should give a statemen' of tin; rinrurir- ,
magnitude_ to 26 27 2: 29 30 31
there. the woods, theyg.uned App l..1rhicola. January 19th 1833.
assault IHddt Hastening on through 22tf
warrant a dcp-irture from the territorial systems herc- stances attending: the upon Me yesterday tliereconceal- JUNE . . . . . . . . .1 .
; by General Blair, a member of Congress from South I the Spa as the last hope, ali '1 AIJ1'!UN.-Ahl
()r* :\dopcd. 4 5 678 persons cautioned against
Carolina. General Blaii is the ed themselves the hushes that grew around pui-
perhaps iar-rot man in among cbasin or .'ther\\ise
The 9 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 trading for certain"notes
34 proposition( to add a senate to our legislature we the United States in vigor of life I was "sini liiin the the procession the "iven -
believe will ; pa ; spring. Presently mllurfl 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 : by subscriber payable( William Wya.t or bearer
: receive an undivided sujtiMrt--The want on the pavement, and without any previous' warninr. I came in sight i of the spring wi.ere sergeant ordered 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ; .uid which are to be paid, if all liens on the land

t of a senate ha been one of the princij.nl causes of the he struck me a severe blow with a laifre club on tit,- a halt. Hope sprung a fresh in the bosoms 30 purcnas-ed by the subscribers of said Wyatt, sh"u-d: be

)Lusty and iU-digestcd head. The blows were followed! up until I was brought doubt mixed with removed l-y n d.iy ctram.: The liens
legislation, which has been a of our heroes, though no great Jt'LT..l 2 3 4 o 6 have not been
tul.jcct! of so much complaint iutliisterriiory--A to the earth, my lef' arm broken, and toy left !1rs: disabled alarm ; for it was'a fearful odds."-The corporal 7 8 9 10 11 12 (13 removed ; the contract has not be'n completed \Vy-

t1 L ter degree of circumspection, a t'e.ftf'r attention to grea.the and interposed severely wounded.and separated: At liS.In this crisis reply, the tu l un yMandcrs I, witl his guard of men, conducted the prisoners 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 .Iit; and the subscribers T.will WILKESJanuary not pay any of aid notes.
21 22 23 24
25 26 27 8EABRUOKy
their other
. practicability and policy, as we!!! as phraseology & con inquiry from a hy-stnndcr, Grii. Blair said tinprovo to spring, wl.ilethe sergeant with. 28 29 30 31 JOSf.PH H. SEABit .OK,

iiruciioa of laws, will be the consequence of Hie cstabishmtut cation was that I had called! the Union party of South four: having grounded their arms near the road, AUGUST . . . . . . . .1 2 3 19th 1833. 226w
L @ of such a budy. Carolina: lories. Gen. Blair was in the habit of meeting brought up the rear. The prisoners, wearied with 4 5 6 78 9 10 _
me on terms of passing civility-1 was uneonsri.is their longwulk were permitted to rent themselves 11 12 13 14 116 17 JOSEPH

, Cot White has been pi iced on the that I had given him offence-I was UltUIHd-ancl.r the earth. Poor Mrs, Jones, a& usual, took 15 19 iO 21! 22 23 24 LADDH

to draft a 'ode of committee apf'OlI1ted ken entirely by surprise ; I pn-siim rtl" I 6 tlor opposite to.er: husband: !, ami her litl l lay, 25 26 27 2: 29 30 31 .- jus? rereivci i-rr.schooner Ann Hov ard from
cm Jaws
for the Dis.tri.-t of to which he has taken exception is rontauud. m our overcome with .fatigue, fell asleep in arms. SEPTEMBER . . . .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NOr!can-c

b'jd 'o1umLi.1This! j is a very handsome conijilimani to the comment of Saturday last, upon the proposition madein Two of the corjxM-ai's men were ordered to keep I 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 20 bbU. whiskey ; 25 bbS: N. O. rum,

Kdl talents of our delegate. the Uni n Convention at Colu-nbi, by Mr. I limit of guard, the oiistr: two to give the poor prisoners 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 30 bbls. mess and prime jiork ; 50 bbls. superfine flour
Charltstion the it is said .h.j anr )
with IS
approbation II 6 apple 3 bbls.
of ihe canteen Those last 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 brandy ; old cogniac brandy
THE Union of Charleston, to organize ii: a mrit.irv! : approached 20 kegs lard 20 sacks
S.S NEW party coffee
TARIFF BILL. i concealed 29 30 ; ; 30 boxes & ke s tobaccaaO
of i the laws of the the spring where our heroes lay -
*' manner for the purp-'se resisting I OCTO sacks Liverpool l salt. '
ER..l 2
Provisions > 3 4 5
of the bill! reported the Committee faction could and resting their muskets a pine tree,
'ef | hy I; State. 'Ve denuncfd .he Will adopt ; against ; S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Which, tog ther with his former stock of

1L \Vavs and Means to mluce the tanrl': It provides such resolutions to be ICiu. and that they had profm- dipped up water. Having: drunk themselves, they 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Jry-xootii, hardware rockeryvare. assorted gnnries iron and,

I that from the 3d of March, 1S33.t ed the holy name 0:' "1M. l'III'ir ".;IJKT of y turned away with replenished canteens, to give to 20 21 ? 23 24 25 26 steel etc. etc ,-he offers to his customers and the publicat

14. On manufactured wool the without a knowledge that Gen or a'DY one al o.uNo Newton is our time," low
value of which day Dar the prisoners \ 27 23 29 30 31 cxlrecmly prices for cash or cottun.
S Ehall exceed eight ""to per pound, 33 dollars for had taken exception a? our I. .' .1. S said Jasper. Then bursting like lions from their ovEMBEn..l 3 M.m'nohia, January 19h 1833. 22tf

\'ery hundred dollars worth shall be paid until 2d upon an article in he N. Y. Gazrttc, we said in \- : concealment, they snatched up the two muskest 3 4 5 6 7 8 J

!e March 1834, then' 25 dollars till 2d March 1835 planation of our mrnning ug, "we use this word "0' Iii f that were against the pine, and in an instant 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 NO.ilCE.--'ViIl! bt renud to the highest bidder for
t and t1.f'n the invidious sense in which it was used in the U. Statesiurii I resting on the 2dth inst. the city market
15 dollars. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
Wo01 shot down the two soldiers that were
under 8 upon
' cents lb. but it is used in Kujlond A. U'- CREWS
value per -* the erol'ttion, as ; citmarshal..
;;t tn be free 24 25 26 27 29 29 30
of dutv. It who should the
a contest get Tallahassee.
that the tory party are the advocates of astron guard. was now January J9th J832. 222wTftJ
i 2d. Plains meaning DECE&SBER..I 2 3 4 5 6 7
K.erse.vs. ;)r Kendall Cottons, of wool Government, and hence ale always the side loaded muskets that t fell from the hands of the slain; ------- -
sOt 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 'TICK.--The Tallaliaa&ee
exceeding 35 nts the When assumed the of t for this time of brave Englishmen, re- slnres in *
JLt'ts square yard, and bla" of power. we dltuJalcontrl by couple 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 111 and its informed
I not exceedmg 75 life in hands. We staked l ltrll had vicinity are that the patrol !laws.
this took our our from their panic,
cents we sprung
for each to pay 5 dollars paper, covering 22 !M 24 25 26 27 28 respecting slaves will be enforced
every hundred dllare valuation Worsted that was dear to a man and a citizen upon the prinCiples and seized upon the muskets ; but liefore they 29 30 31 having occasion strictly -Those perSons
lo send
6tuf"! broods, shawls bombazines tabinets which, as an editor, it is our duty to maintain.It could use them, the swift handed Americans with business are advised furnish their servants to town on
poplins to them
, and all l other ; will be useless for Gen. Blair to pretend that our of- with the reru iu
manufactures clubbed blow at the heads oftheir LONDON NOV. tirktts.
of a 7.
silk and worsted guns, CREWS
leveled TA'W marshAL
in the of the term of which he complains city
tf'n fence consists use
dollars '
for every hundred dollars value.1 .- this assault is a practical illustration of the brave antagonists bones of the skull gave The Courier states, that part of the Prusssian Tallahassee, January 19th 18i3. 226w

Coach !lace, 25 dollara for every hundred dollars 'doctrines- promulgated in the proclamation is an attempt way, and down they sunk pale and quiverngwithOlt army were on their march to the Rhine, and that "WJOTICR.- All

value to the voice of'truth and to silence the a groan. Then hastily eizUg muslet I if they are obld to enter Holland, they will not 1' pnuuoncd not to persons iradt- tor are htrtby notified and

3d. Blankets, 5 dollars ford every hundred dollars press by bafCte-a suppress attempt a impotent a it is that thus lad a second time fallen from the hands I enter ihatcoumry as enemies. The insinuation here M. Jordan, for upwards of thirteen a note hundred given by Daniel

value, until l of March 1834, and then 15 outrageous. of the 51a they flew between their surviving ene- I J j is, that the Pruasmns are about to make common one given by John BiU.imy for ubout five hundred dollars.and

- dollars. I return thanks t that kind Providence, to whose interposition mies and their weapons ro\nde near the road, :i I cause with the Dutch against the French and forty dollars, and two other notes given by Ower WI.

l 4th. Carpets, carpetings, flannels, bockings, ba alone a indebted for my life, thai nllho' and ordered t.ll'l to r, which they instantly .;i English. We do not beleve: this. We do not Pittmdn for forty erj.t. dcllars! rach-all payaMe to

I clotha, kefMe.vmeres, merino shawls and all I am now prostrate, and am-coiipelltd to dictate these did. They then snapped time InncuHs oil I belive that Prussia dares to give the lie to her lan- the late Thomas Delphy Dec. 5th. And they we moreover
ther them for the I
woollen manufactures, or of which wool is remarks to a friend who prepares press, the prisoners and armed them with muskets.At I guage throuclClUt:: the Conferance. The French cautioned against trading for any other not M given

.component part excepta8 herein otherwise Tim able to dictate and resolved increased to discharge. my duty the commencement of the fight, poor Mrs. are merely inving to e(Tret measures adopted bv the lathe said decedent, as the above ard other not
I pro- spirit and known
wed" and on ready male clothing 40 dollars for with renewed.25tfc,1832. activity.D DUFF GREEN Jones had fallen to the earth in a swoon, and her I whole Five o-.vers -Should the King of/Holland certain, are wrongfully SAMUEL withheld from the wsilrkv. \ *
:ry hundred doilaia val until ;d Mar 163 JI It r,6. Siacp the rt 'r, was written, we. und?r- little soa stood spreading piteously over her. But be able to keep his ground any length of tauey.. Qitzhcr person, Drcenjber Zt lmi M'MURTRA J<*fr* r





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Storage $ 'C" om'misSl.on Bus'Wil. ;;' $. I SPORTSMEN'S: NOTICE 1. 'iEi; FAfeiiK :% :AIibluOAHBorii: : : :



respectfully inform the ci izens of Talla

Tll3Ub8Cribers: are now frcctins a larjr ,UI. WOULD and the public generally, that they have

with) a Patent Cot" just rcccl\'Ctr from New-York, the latest

Press for the pui pose packing cotton and skins" ami .faction <5. Commlsion Business. 8

compressing Cotton for shipment, it will DC i 1. operation LONDON FASHIONS,

in a short time. They are now ready to purchase THE SUBSCRIBER having been ap : together with general assortment of fashionable goods

i Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton ,toa Sweepstake, for three old colts three mile pt'intedUCTJONtF.R: for Fayptte County in iheirline, consisting of sup rfine, black, blue, brown, THE Subscriber respectfully informs his
rd with them for shipment to port in the U. S. A. years offer" his Commission I invisible bottle and steel mixt cloths the public rrienda
any .-il heats, entrance's I000,4half forfeit, to !he run over services the Public in the Auction & gieen, ereen, superfine generally! that he hasrenttd
Their charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by 111' Reapur the Tallahassee Course the the Business. (black, light dr.li, fancy cassimers, dark, blue, large commodious building on the \W t},

son, which they do not exact if they become th,, next annual:races"-list ,to close Tuesday the 4th preceding day of July lie pledges himself pay strict attention to all bu- I.I and hrown camlet A handsome variery of fancy and i Capitol Square,formerly occupied as a t aim of *}
chasers. They have number' of first rate v" s :s eng .iness entrusted to him and to attend to Admmilitra 1torl. plain vtstini, black !!ilk'I"l"l.'t, &c. &.c.-tosjether with Downer.he House hating undergone by Joft
throe entries make the colt be
next- to to
a race, nam- a
ted for them to New Orleans New \ ork, ireneral of clothing made will be ready for the thorlugt
freight ed the day \before the races. Three entries alreadymade. or other sales in the County. jHis j a assortment rcady-nmde up repair, receplior of Boarders
t and Charleston, and they will enjmqe to carry f'is ht office in in the Town Ochesee, where he may III the most fashionable and durable style, consisting of Visitors the 13th inst. a

to those places as low as any \essels in the: tl..tI This will be one of the mot splendid sweepstakeser at all tinier l he found. ,'( !.eiIt lea"r's frock ,w.1 l er.-ss mats, ('t1at-t ee ,pantaloons JOHN W. REAVES

niui no charge: will be made: far lightering oftiou JOS. RBETTON: | .TIL! vesof almost very description, fine linen and .
run for in the United :States and will attract the
ii shipped by them. J. G. it N. HAMLK.N.Magnolia. of ; __Angut! 10. 18.12 1 9\v rott'-n :shirts, tl'nncl; shirth & draws, fine camlet cloaks ,WIHL subscribers hare just receivtd from
notice srnilemcn who fond of thecpvr
; Oct. 9, t'3 !. ft"; : are encouraging and ii.c. Like of fashionable I JL a large and general assortmentof IV *
1 wrappers, \ iM variety vclvof
L / of the turf in of the Union. C All t P. and ,
$ very part -The subscriber having now a large I black cloths blue blade Russian ean*
4 ,
articles trim- ,
( such
sentl -n's
: as fancy
fancy r.i green
THOMAS BROWN Secrttary.29th commodious house of is ,
east the'spit..1 neck
NEW-GOODS. square rich and -eJ mired
plum st ,
IIIt'c\, \ allli fbiiSTl '(/K-:, l lak Iralin silk CRA VATS uperIatJTe,
Derf'mhrr 1832. 19tf prepared transact COMMISSIONAND: AtC superior bl.c
; & fancy white fi iured,& pongue hANDKERChIEFS, blue/ striped, diobilseh, 'ixmixednulifying lontay,
TION business he receive lilial j gre'R
JOSEPHLADD hopes to a :support
RACES.-O\er the Mariarma Course >ul fine linen shirt ('uHalshirt itosoms anal studs white & ,brown. Mixed, green anti copper
TUB from the public, and pledges iiirnaelf tot'o.! p who ma\ uniont"ix
ed cas3imers lattmett8 black
schooner Danid Wt"'t!, on Wednesday 23d ilayof Januarj .. Mark: horse skin and buck gloves, suspenders, cravat silk florenteen 6.nlP\i
received favuir .
: \r? just j pa. him with their business to lI"f'! }his t b t t'tlnrtootn silk do. ,
: Hf.jr from .Vftc-1'vHfc, a new and' complete supply .\.itS. ii' jci, and continue four d.iys-first day, the Jockey- promote their .men-sis. J. '\'E TCOTT Jr. tiaTha': &e. vesting, fancy water silk do ,bran,10.,ngu. .
ed do. black silk velvet
( .uriu, English and domestic Dry-GNJdslIardlt'm'. Club! purse of $250-3 mile heats entrance $-20.-2d ( It'ht'r td< I IS31.: 7lt" :\ c.ise t.1 fine gentlemen'sUE.1VER; plain and led drab,

4 c. 4-c., wluck with tis former stock will be bold c'itai. day Itallance of the Jockey-Club purse $170-mile I I.CARD. IL1TS vertcen, blue goat hair camlet. Leather cp Ut"
heats, best 3 in 5 ; entrance 15.--3d day, the entrance silk! suspenders, gloves! beaver hats, velvet, ,

calthCash and the highest market price paid fo. CottMagnolia. r I. money of the 1st, 2'l, and 3d days races, mile A .1 v.ith an as oiinvni of t:' :.nuble cloth and fur Mate right and silk stocks, bandaners &. silk bm flag hani'

:: December 8th 1832. 16ifP heats cr.trance S10.-Ith dtv a sweepstake, 2 year mIlE S..bsrrthrr!' hit iafl' iuiireI.aed t" .. .lor't11, } C1'D. kerchiefs. ready-made_ coats_ pantaloons and tests lien

.- trustees of the i.ld r.olts-race may he expected.-Entrance $50. ..I. 'Goods and' Ware-House: ;:-ofTaylor: : : ':V i Klen::., I Live i i j '-.I. .. shirts, figured and plain bosoms, collars made aft*
TEACHER A'iTED.-The the late fashions. All of which offered
A Htfj are for
I November 20th 1S32. commenced the DIlY GOODS, 'GROCEHY l ,( Th.' subscribers: ::".\ntccto furnish those who may ale tour
/fit desire to obtain a ti i-
Jefferson academy, I friends and the
: county : : h,' it'i' tlieir: with customers most reasrrrms.
I plri.se to taidur I n> w custom, nny ar- .
e i... veil qualified to take charge of this instituti"n.The j KERR & &TURGE have lately received, and COMMISSION BUSINESS. i| I tn'le in their! line, made up in the most&ithful manner The are also, provided with
the institution offer advantages to the! hand their RtTalUhassre and I workmen and will
pr-'spectsof i on at stores In make up clothing short
addilior n
commode-sis /
their ami! '
to present building IInI.:! : n.I't! -'a!onal'le terms and hop that by a
talented and experienced teacher, equal, if notsuperi'.ri..any I ':;t. \_arks the following articles merchandise, viz : i after the latest R. B. & J. B. BULL,
they are about to erect sheds and Louts:: tr: lie rf'rtttit.nnfC..llon : -i th"'r n'di I ;ty mill strn-t nt'enimn to business they f'shion9

:-i the territory. Monttccllo has proved to bevi I 125 PiecusCntton Bagging, Goods ,$',-. for Storage: tlit-ir k-uin-ys 5'"ill will niTit ...:ul! receive a !!"-iicrous/ s-hareof: patronage November 2t Ut

-rv healthy-the people are able and willing to cdi: SO Coils Ihle Rope, completed by the 1 I.ito Sept. They icspmi'u.ly .- \ ;IjI.j! .r.r. ririMkf'iilyrelv: !! .,il ami executed at the shor- -

v\te, and a school established here, micht well CXJK..Ithe 21"< ) Ihs. Bailing Twine, solicit a share public }patronage, and pie-j: :;e riiem i'---i; :\; .'. "'r '>i'i' I"32.: 136m STORAGE &C. <,
and of the neighbouring cou ;- SOOO lit'li. Bacon fides and' Hams
patronage support selves to a strict verforinanceofa1Lcot11it1cusrs; eutnis-;: |t KERR &STURGES have spacious and j _
40 licAll die science usually taught in the best or a'i. ."(0 hrls. :\1essan.1 Prime Pork, ted to their at St. Marks for the

ued schools) and academies, will lie tau ht here. A- I 50 Kegs Leaf Lard, I care. PEACHY k MAC k1"DEi.} i iist UeceivedII' : colon on storage or for shipment, and receptior n.

,lirants must present ummpfT lal: ''c: n-M'i-iuiak' : ;of 30 brls. Mono igahea: and common Whiskey, REFER TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE I. fair advances on delivery ; when they are allowed! u
t ,
U t '.H racier and qualification- untie nei-d apply with- 5 ,r1s. Baltimore Gin JUDGE RANDAL, J.-': :."n I II'!' vuooiifrMILO/ : from Baltimore, and for sale, forward and consign the same to any of the folfowm?

.qH. Jamaica New-Orleans Rum, ; iG"11 i.JlI"It.l.o; ..1' ClIIC\, Ports viz :--to New-Orleans, Charleston, Baltim, ?

Communications may be dresseil to ( itlier of the 10 brls. Molasses. GEORGELOP.IMOUK: '4\ I I i" }llii; ,, S. fine Inward Street FLOUR, eWe York, Providence Liverpool or Have.

truMccs.( HH AHA)' BllLLAMY.; 20 brls. Superfine Flour, AMES: LOIll) MORIV: I :T. .MACKIIUEL: On all consignments they will charge 2j per rtl

!t' -\MELBIIl I), '4i) l'ih. Mackerel, :\n\ 1 and 3, j. J. \0\\18: : f f'ruKI- I '. j 10: uo HfllRINns, (Susquehana,) foi cuarantee on sales, and will be responsible to tb

THOMAS HARVEY, 400 Sacks Liverpool Ground and Allum Salt, COL. 11.V.: HI \Dr.:,. ;'T.uV. ". :. I J :.o SACKSALT0 : owners, for any loss sustained on the voyage, throuA

WILLIAM: H.IATHEIlSJr: Which together with a general assortment of (i roerics. S*. \!ark. Jnh11, : It. i ')-w A'UN HAMSsuperinr; ( ,) any neglect on thel part affectmgmsuance.
l 32If
L.IL HOLT.Mnmirrllo. Dry Goods, HardwarcCnOC'k'r'aft'CatiniIfr"1 __ -- - _; ._. ._ fIIK ,". y ", ,i.- ,-i w i.siiiiif ;<, purcliase! the corn, can have august 2Sth 1832. gtf

t .... .. Florida. Sth December 1832. 16tf assorted.- Cast. German. and Blistrrrd! H.de-- f I \ i Token and Souvenir tor l l' 5i i. i .'f..! !ir ,:(' ,? I-I.; i .... ._ ."., :-:01' Ji1ll11.,:'\' !>y rriving a bond' with

--- -" UN I.p'offer to: th'ir i customer and the public at fair fl. splendid steel enrravins-i.s: ". t.:t P'1 ur: .:- .. 'r;" TiVOTliYM'f'ARTY.LOW i:i COTTON GINS.-CAMPBELL &GLA'F cf, .

J. G. & N. HAM ;i''s.: aieust 28th 1832. 2tf Westward Ho! by Pauldi ii::, Th- rico I:: .i.i, .'. Georgia are engaged, $

MAX"E jUltt received from New-Orleans, and offer Cooper, and variety of sclinol-b..ck-\ :'.:.-' 'I....: '-i. I 1- L1.X oFF known establishment at the above place, it the man*

Territory Florida, ;"Middle > No 13th 1932. works! and stationary, just received '.: '?'J!:;'':; ..fr; f.irture: of cotton gins, of a very superior quality.-I
.1'. 1'0. old! '\hiskty, Ls:: >tri'tt Oradsden' County.- >/ % Nov. 20th 1SS2. I4t'f. YJLU,\.\) 'A'x! } FOR WISH.niir. is their intention to keep a constant supptf atTtlI.

I Ioct J J. 'ic: ,. i-iucky baggingfJ. ADAM HUNTER, 1 nZiiTTjLA I ,' : -i.W'i'w-r! l. i ;snowstore, corner of Jeffer- hasce and Quincy, Florida, and to orderS
< ., ml I*, rope, offers for*ij l. a: : I .. '>011,11111 lMrirrcets: offers for sale: to the pub- their line with promptness.-Gins of their maur ctnre

iO lilds.' new flour, LOCKWOOD SHELTON:? EquitY. see and :.St. Marks. ,. i- r.d..t I..t ....omcafsortnieiilfif! the followin, are warrante to work well with good usa e..

Bacon WILLIAM H. ELLIS. 8 BJls.! | apple brandy! ." i, ..t' ..i-'stTedurtd Viz to state that there
j Ji! i If I ls. : J 15 i ; i :) \ prices forcash, : They opportunity u a
.I :-.ffee; } :" motion of the complainant by his!' attorney, and whiskey, other establishment of the kind in Louisville, and UK .

i.0 :Ib. Rum 0 it appearing to the court, that tile dH'endanis; 10"15" N. E. rum, l fi I }: GOODS. all gins made at that place, are of their manufacture. .

-". '....i.; call, 0t. IHll reside in this Territory, it is ordered, lhi unless C.gin, November 13th 1832. 1312m.-
.. !t. tobacco the said defendants ;Ho, complainants bill on or 10/ prim pork, : '. t
:c: ICS answer : 10 No.3mackere] -1'I .', (' r> u :iap, Italian Lutestring! Black 't
J.I b4S do.November. before the twenty-fifth day (if M-in-h! next, the sarm- ( i i.. Th ;..:;e, ( : "-11, Pink, and white Florences, FOR SALE-CEME\7.J-3csks[ ] hydnaS
l 10 hilf No. 2 ilf .
Ctli 1 1832. 12t will be taken fur ; lie mat t'is tin reofdecreed : .. t apply S1 on f
\b::nu1ina, uifo.keil: and l ;1 ;" It'! d i s :in \ i-iety, Irish Poplin, Silt Velvet, 29th
31 S'lj-f-rfine flour, : I Decemoer 1832. 19tf ROBERT LYCLV.JO1 .
-- accordingly l and it is: further ordered, that a iMsks' 11 'nu.:'" Tin t.\III'kid, Furniture, Calico, Superior
!CDtP'J) 1L copy of this order l he puili! <..hrri in !-ohm.; iiiiihuriseij rjr. cheese sw-'et Nine, I ?: Ir \LuUii I Boliiiii-! . 35 boxes
I' ,. ni.\\ spaprr '-f this disi hit <'nt a week fflT tir' 71f'.' ,-Ir. ,,1 :-:. J .'!: "' '.'.,,tc.a1 Ssur'! <:' j-, Plain: ;\wl figured Jaco- I .-Clean sand should b provided,free from log
R. C. LESTER! I'!< rk :uul m.is'.ci in e':'-i'y. '-.i, I:, .<'- .- and Book! M-i-jlinsshawls! worked capes I or dirt-this should be carefully attended to. If sai

a tlacfJicola Dtjcvttgtv, ;\uHmhcr20l.h IHVi.! : Ml.u I :.1 7"" S'-uitira-i i T. wine d ,., .' 'I; 'p...-... '. :!a'iV.oi-cliel! : .,. Calicoes, Ginghams, Nan- I cannot be procured cean. it should be washedTi

( i;. 11'1; I l-iinid, Fit'nchBrown Linen, Furni- 1 white beach sand, fron salt, is best. To ev<
Ih tk. 'VV"r lr. II 'd 1 10 Firkins Gho "a I'Uttcr, ,
LOOK AT THIS I '. ',Ill\', nne Cloths, Cassamrrs: and C'assmetts, I bushel of the Ctment add one bushel of sand, and
-"._. tte7''IAEVING -.."..._- 30 picrt cotton baggifig; : I I' : .-Flannel, ,' oc1tJthsScf'tchandRus- sufficient quantity of water to make it of the

that the in-nasin? intIcirtanc of ''ti--H 1: i''11L05-: :.i .-I liav :. .:t-i\rci by tlu :JO( krus: lard, I t < : .. '_:\nbllr", &I', &,., I ency of common lime mortar-it is then fit for use con5;
M. .;0 sa'-ks! :fine -ilf,
>> ... the undertaking, ne arrivals f'r in lw.York: ai.u BaJlw.fI'.1! 1 I should not be kept more than three or four hour befitt
.rJ. will :
: iri.A( III<:OI.A ju-t'fy I
I 12 boxes wine
'If Jresh .fr/l wjncn! win l hi liro'.Miherry I
J.c supply %3 iyr., ; sulU :J.f. J.-\ IIARJDVARE. is used. The sun should be excluded several dap
v..' ..tiI\-"ihr ]pro,'ise!, to I publish a weekly ue\s-: 2fi It...coffee :landing from shcr. 'iVashinton
: b.ijrs r
II' i-a"!-, or apprn\fi| crrilil. / irish it diitiiutly undtrifcorf threei
f if convenient but admitted in ,
\1i-; undt the alxive tit I le. This water may b
j IT ai t place, r junr! that iittdicints rt'f wnrrnitled: xuaJ-am: in f.'. :N w-Y nk, and! sold on accommodating: : terms \ of Hardware
my may! vtir .t issortmMit: con our hours after the stone is if not convenient I
and) r.furi. -
C-'innx-rcial Agricultural
v :: !'; l"V-icd t > ; :NXfnt! rCih I S3''J. I I I
-. and general and l..x-al news. POLITICS, ol'caics! bcrctitriitd, irlitn their quality is not <
"i.; .<'tI..-r National: or Territorial), will he sedul-iisly a- tisjactorly to the purchaser.Ann.n TT: : per. brig Uood ile-nsui f.-m Bi.; i- '*..... .. i L -.,..'f., .., -!,.., \r.gersClii--cls&c., toselhe; i uey should be well saturated with water, to preTH .
seWli"ii arti- the :HriicU received i is-Ilo\VAND4= 1 ONIC MIX- eJ t' "-. '-t-! ntof carpenters PLANES. he cement from too soon. When brick buik Jngs
r- it d. Attenti-tn\ l hc paid: to the () more I.j I setting
4 .- '1":1"* : lit'rary'haral".r fur the columns.f tho \ii- TURKwhich re'pre&ciitid !l-y the |roprieior> l-i .,e \ i IJoxrs; half l>o\fs, and qr. buxej, hunch rn''1112<;. I KOOTSA SHOES are to be covered with the Cement in imitation
SAFE AND LFFECTL'AL KEMLUV: FOR lilt n..vru AND dIT I stone, the walls shodd be wet and excluded 4
-. t ..TIM r.Hid, (':tre taken that imthing tending to j d10 I 10) Ki .::-, -U'd half ktg: -> a (

% :".. intt-roM! ..f it.. patr..ns!' I lip unnoticed. Our AGUE. E. B. PERKINS. J Jnr.., JMiH half I .i"j rs' jrro p,,", I f > A I la. '_' assortment of a1till"rp' days from the sun, if possible, after the Cement i I;
Tallahassee.! October SOtli 1 832. 1 1 tf B't.ves !fire cr.ickcrs on. Red or yellow ochre, JP
4 lampblack
crarv frj(nd" art nt t1 < aid us our etltirUs toi I \ I; :\'FW-YORK made copperas
irf'-r'ihe! AD: F.RTHF.R. u -.:tul ami f\ n'Pdhle. 1V Y ETTK'S i: TU\\': :-:i 1 I P.-'l'h. Mii.ci 500 Cocoa nut:>, filht"rICl. palm! nuts, rlr" oc r <\ \r, H4& r- '>r other colouring substances, may be user to give df*,
Tin \nEKTiER will he punted with :rood type| L.\ Iit\ ill I l.ten All .if which! is tiflVr il dlfa'111'\ r.iv.h. & ::2jt) iTID sJlCOI8 I.. erent shades, or dusted with sand. Cisterns or tonl A
: : are iiit < the i nt nf UeiieralLi I I ,
at I I :1 ,1'11: :tlHl i'ruiit-II ran be constructed by laying stoneor hard brick
ICtf.: K. K. :
.\1 sheet and will be issued as soon as a suffi7t PCH, 183-2. VT-sT. I
> lug i
t ,
n f.iyt'tt tff to eitspose !Inniis in FWiila, i is fI adyto ---- "I I the Cement, and plaistering the inside. r
M-JM .It.-1\1'r' biibscribijrs are rt'ct.iHtd. The terms receive: proposals fir the MoiE .. Anl\bet ."
}purchase any portion L1.: GOt"i. ? thod is walls of sin
the : :': !it rn :\ .. # to lay two circular or esquare *}
.if -.'11"' -ilp-ioii Aie !I.t per annum, if paid not less han: nne FleCI ion, of the (:l1tral's toWnslup i.fland. : ... t. .,dj *' < ..** ." t'D 'tAPS- brick in common :ime : a of tti
monar leavng
Hist months:and $j if unpaid: after that time
MX rch.intsof thisCity.v Aii'xit 5000 acres in the! southwest quarter "f A :MONG thr trreat variety of rnfid< nceivij in T* > .\ sorti iwiit ot( the I inches between them ; this is to be packed full of d :'
the ;
Thvalue of surh a to nu l
paper the tnuiisliip, is resumed from h.ile. Tho terms of \\.Cit this md which ;.o- ,.. ,." the between the walls
.t. v, wJtvin, : all' t.t'rejcash t low clay, or leaving space
different aoutO
Ge and also of the & CAPS ofORCXf
11| Columbus. viiI rash I\.h.} : ATS
sale tic or nne fourth: i m nsh and the iilue III"H I. '
n=- ,
willi l b" found filled )
there the inch and with Cement
: ad- at m W >roi- if the *.iserdier : by adding itle m
:is witli this an .
'. f il.e trading pl.tce. as annual .
t : Country" i in instalments, satisfactorily l''lIra'.I l with interest I
*. Plantcri N'I. 3 Exchange-street:I ; a r n.r Jot ''f.: \- water to make it semi-liquid, and the insiiie'plaistm
-'i,; medium must l he admitted, and to thc! : the nf I
!:;: on amount each instalment frmn tin '
day ;"ic'ths; arid Cas >:iiiers, a part of which l thtvill nu: : TRIES.: with Cement. The inside wall may be alsolaidi
: ui-.l!i a.:ford highly useful itifi arluation. (-It'stlei'hiis: township of land adjoining the of'i .
city .11m. Cement, and plaistercd ; this should be adopted if tha
O.ir f iend* are requested to forward thcir-adverlis- allahtt. <:-i e ; and, in relVreiuv to Iwality, health, ful- Super blue, crape Finished, Broad Cloths, ..1'f i r L i iI. : its variety.Pifty is a pressure from the outside. The wall shouldi .

iKIS f tr the first number.itl n, is "f clim.ite, fertility and ada1t{ ion of soil I to the do. Velvet il>>. j' bid on a board bottom, or clay and stone well ..1ed

:)" 'riptions i when received, to be forwarded to the rulturc of sugar, and cotton, is unequalled by any O'h- Patent finishedVct( of England) Black do. :,1I r.rJp, together, then covered with stone or pl, *
er township of land in th..- Territurvot Florida.ROBEUT ; ,}:; .;liL.l .
&.;".-criler at Appalachicola.R. do. fine Olive, do do elo. pbistered the same as the side. The water mayS

DINMORE WESTCOTT.ylachirola \1. 'ILLIA"\t do Cinamon Brown do. 13a.'''. 't- : .' : ; ,' ..'- '" 'heat flourS admitted in three or four days after the workisi tislted.
Tallahassee, October 9th lf>:>2. < Bottle Green .
do. -
4'1. Bay, ) 9 ; '! J1
I i.e. :.1J. 1,.32. J ; : The Southern' Recorder Georgia ; the. Rch-; Saxony blue do. C"J t u, This Cement can b. used in any situation, and i
mend Empntrirt: Virginia ; liie Columbia Ttlerojt, *. Lavender Drab, and Dove colored Cassimers, l i .L 1 411 '-' any purpose, to which any other mortar or Cemfi _

-V!" : I snbscriler: has a huilllred acres: or more of u.til Carolima the Baltimore Republican, .:Marv'hnn : tli.Ynvltriilt *- A variety silk Vestings, (new pallinia.) |i : wlI,.Ty, Cr b--:".' (MC: Glass Ware, can be applied ; and wi be found equal if not ..

s 'i'erior cotton land, which he wishes to rent or Banner, Tennessee, will insert the above; Jiciortiscment Flag handkerchiefs!, Pungee. do. I or to any heretofore use. sap

1 ? .,' ;n,. .t term of years, for which he will take part ofin \ for four weeks in !succession, and forward While and fancy cravpts, i'. Tinvar f', L t'kiu::. i .1 iassesSiit: : Rca- I Fur hird finishing wells.-Mix half a bushel of i .:

<:r j. <.r a moderate monied rent. The rentor air 1:1- their accounts to this office forpayment. 4 Dozen fine fashionable Hnen shirrs, i, d.... iiai(i cir>!hiiiiT. -f t: :-uaiy, &.C. &c. '! Cement with half a bushel of good Thomaston. f,

." 4-:tu ive any quality of excellent land (Indian old do do Boom.Gcnllemens' .--, S j I and one bushel clean beach sand, to the consistency ;;
J \ ;ES -J
iI'MULLIN.t.t .
f '..I l) Busily 'repired for cultivation, for which he LIST:: of Letters remaining in the Post Office at silk & Merino half lio.sc, ;. ..- ''. '., ', I I plaistering mortar. It will take any color requirts '!
.- : i 1 1831. 31tf I
T < cluirgcd, no rent the first year. The above on the 31st day of December J 1832!, do Cotton and Angola do j and makes a most beautiful wall, like stucco work I .'"

l.uid is well adapted to thecuHivalionof the Sea Island if not taken out by the 3Isi 1 day of M.irrh will be sentto Silk and silk Velvet Stocks. lateM! u: i.---. fIn --- '-- '---- should be laid on soon after mixing. It will b DrI "

bIt t..I\ the General Post office as dead letters. addition to the above they oficr :t : i':I'-r.:*..: tcs.n- not to mix at A time more than can be laid on te.a .tin

The person -nting or leasing can be supplied with A-Alligood Daniel M'Uac Farqubar I ment of Ready made: Clothing, manuf-u: ,N-r1 :-i a ir>e 1 Itcst ,- ,I the course of the day.

r -rti: to l)o mid for out of his crop of cotton. Andrew sii. R.V.. M'Ghee John Esqr. style, the work and materials of w J'i, ri-v \.i :
J. 'V. LABNEYOld Ashlc.y! Lacey N-Nicholson Duncan rant to be genume.--Consl of ,>ujir, b.ne, *1.1.! M-X: i I 6tl 00 DOLLARS REWARD.-1l3O'. J.
Town December 29th 1832.: 19tf B-Butcher Jas. subscriber on the n *
llenry Powel
-uwnnncc EsqrP- Margaret brown, Cinamon and Olive Dress Coats do Frocksdo I wavfrorthe
Beazley. illiam IVndleton A .. ot the slave by the naflr l
C. A. Pants', &.C. silk Velvet Vests, Florentine silk ditto I : multo
NEW STORE Barbour Col. James-2 Potts Cato Valencia und Marseilles, all of wmch they' will s<.II --f I J.. I of Hillary ; said \ about fire feet fc t

Blackshear Thomas E. Patton Robert S. low for rash. R. B. & J. B. BfLl,, I I inches high, has been living fort St.Aw.* .

IN QUINCY. Blunt Reddin Pendarvis Josiah November 1632. J Jt:r for the last five months, and formerly be l

Benton John Plu-.gan Jnhn-2 : = used to going as cook in a vessel, .e
r., lIE subscriber IMS just removed from Tallahassee! Enr :
Brandin H. P. &co. R-ltobinslIul\Irs. Sarah troin St. Marks and Magnolia New-Orleans. s .
!I. the
and ts now opening at corner store formerly oc- WANTED
r- ',mil) hy Messrs. J. it B. P. Petty, and opposite Mrs. Billingsley John P. Roberson James : i :rive the above reward to any person who.will appl s...

J I ulis i: Ion:: established and well known hotel, ., C-Clark Capt. Edward Rothwell William 'y'D': 8
Carson :Mr. A. Rheny John} 11. dustrious' and'moral habits. R. B. <$. J. B. lion of the same to Messrs. Keu* Sturgts St. ]
A LARGE AND GENERAL Coavigton Tristram !too sr'au J. I : or Tallahassee, or Edward S xias llrola! wh ?

Jltt;; N) mUlit '< 1F .i1' lI Cook Washington N. Rcigort Milton A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-All personshaving : pay the above reward. : Al* '
Cameron lIon. John A. Ituvii-11 .. any demands against the estate of Ed\\'d. r
Jiunes 5th
: St. Marks January 18.3.
(Gilchri deceased will
Carr: Hawkins Roberts Charles present them legally authenticated .

in p.lrtasfollows--Iatestfaohiolle and bestqu.&lu.y Chaires T. P. Rowlay James B. within the time prescribed by law, or they will sun.A\cL "-.':lIIt loss or damage\ FIRE OTICE i is hereby given that I will proee :. j

,'hincc and oil coloured calicoes, SUPERIINE : Cook JohiiAon Richards William B. be forevtr barred of recovery, and all those indebted l Ie effected on the most favorable terms" can 1. Tuesday the 29th day of January ts ;

CLOT lib *si) cAo"JNETTs-rtady made clothing, Marino I, Curry John Reynolds Thomas will make immediate payment to the subicril>er. action the Subsi-riber, aentuf the Protection, on appli-Insurance i I public auction, to the highest bidder for -cash, 'b. B tt.

:-il'ris lIId handkerchiefs, silk and flag do., FASHIONABLK D-Dummett Thomas Robcrds Ann JAS. M. GILCHRIST, Adm'tor. rllmpanlIarttiml Connecticut. In and lot belonging to Parson O. Hayes, ltuatr ID.. .

CONNT.TS, with black ostrich feathers and rich rib- Duncan Thomas S-Sanders Stephen December 1st 1832._ 15\\!: plicat ion the lair Cal1lle of the every ajt-be town of Tallahassee, near the Methodist Chu.' .- i
bon fur I trimmings, with a variety of other articles too Doles Mary Spears William THE NORTHERN :MAIL STAGE. stated, and satisfactory evidence, furnished property of the correctness virtue o' a deed of trust given by the said. e rg

1l'ciOu :i, eMlirnerate.GIIOCERIES&C.. t Puval \\ 1>.-4E Smith William of the and the the 14th day of January 1831andconveymgt : ._. fj '
Evans Leaves the Planters'Hotel I good in to secure the payment
David L. Sikes JohnStrickland eve- property y to me trust o. .
eharaeteroftheapplicant.rI solvency ofthe Office
Evans Monday: and Friday 3 A. and dollars due
Alfred John at Uundred twenty-five byou' Js
and its fairness and
Ha al....) in the gioccry line, just received from Orleans F-Fisher Mr. George Selph John M., and will arrive at Milledge- lied on.Tallahassee. punctuality may E. B.beonfidentIy PERKINS.re- date 25th January 1831, from the saidII. Hayes,w; "''u

: in addaion to his old slock, hams and sides,superfine Ferguson James Sellers William and -yule by 12 A. M., on the follow- }.'(:.'. 22, J 1831. 27tf Green, executor of Solomon Green decease>. I I
nit Thursdays making the in GIDEON M. GREE .
flour, w lute leaf-lard. Folker William H.-2 Shephard John T. Mondays trip a lit *
tie more than three days-The line has been much By his .
(; OSIlo N CHEESE AND BUTTER. Folker Joseph Steers Rollings very ijiTi: JOHN 'tt0t. ..
Faircloth &. Atwood Smith Richard N. improved by the addition of new coaches-and extra JU'LE.Al0RE.RESPEC'rFULLYinfonHs Dec. 29, 1832. 20lds. ARTHUR |
H< st quality} of Havanah green coffee, sperm candles, G-Graham Sarah teams of horses-for seats apply at the store of C. --------
Shepard Miss. letw t
YI fine smoked Scotch irish C. WiMiams! -all baggage and the ci- OTICE.-The subscriber has obtained .
ry pippin apples, Gillett Marcus Shepard John parcels the risk of the C(
II' noe, old roginac brandy, do. Holland gin, Jamaica H-Hould'jWilliam Saxon S. owners of the same. R. SHAW, Agent. vicinity, that he 1. administration on the estate of Michael -J.1

j-priis/ : ii"et as imported, old apple brandy, Moaongalid.i John Smith Hon.henry November 20th 1832.: J4tf his located himself in this city.N. mings, late of Leon County deceased. RC1U *
Henry Jas. L.
; hibkey 7 years old. Which together with a variety Hardin E. J.Houston T-Thomas Mr. Territory of Florida Middle ) : B. He may be found at his office next door to persons having _claims! against said estate t?
of fttlicr articles constitute a complete assortment TVDistrict Doctor's Parker Bradford them duly authenticated, within the time p.
Martha Gadsden \ 0%'. 12th 1832- an 5 or at his residence cor-
mid is well cnlculatecUo suit the inhabitants of Quincy Hcwett Taylor WilIiam2Thompson County. S ner of Adamsuml Call streets. by law, or they will be fore"e barred toe.ld v
tuid its Joseph Mr. \\ ILLIAM; D. HARRISON, ) to the estate, are requested to make iredlatJ? :
0 \ titiiLy. Harris J. W.Hall Taylor William M. Tallahassee, March 6th 1832.: I 183miAuction .
The highest prices will be given for COTTON, SUGAR, William Trolte vs: > In Equity. mem. BENJAMIN BYRD, .A
Major James F.
HIDES, SKINS, URS, AND ALL OTHER COUNTRY PRODUCE. JIart Edwin-2 U-Ulmer JOHN C. AR tISTEAD. ) & Commission Business. Magnolia, January 5th 1833 _
Philip : day came the parties their
THIS attorneys,
_f December I 1st.! 1832. 15tf.ENitV J-Johnsor.Hollis..Charles William Vickers V-Vass Jordan E. B. complainant, by his attorney, and by leave of T lIE subscriber having been appointed REMOVAL. ,p
the court amended his bill, the takes this !
suggesting of the auctioneer for Leon Subscriber opportunity t; ,
John W
Johnson offers
BOND,-Oilers for sale COTTON -Walker Edward C. defendant John C. Armistead. And, that Marcus A county his THE and the public i

!L (iiII iiiS, made by Mr. John Schly, of Louisville, Johnson Jordan Junius G. S. C. White JoelWilliams Armistead is his administrator ; and, it apoeariiur that I services He to the public himselfto in theauction strict andcommission attention busi- has removed Customers Confectionary to the house off ,
ness. pledges all
,1: intrusted attend
iJ.i; ; tLc above Gins will be sold on reasonable terms Joey Benjamin2Williams Henry fore ordered, that unless the said defendant answer the to ; estate or other he hand the best of
sales in the His office is in the keeps constantly LIQUC
Jayroe George Washington country. town of
Henry Magnolia
al C months for, jjood security. complainants bill, on or before the twenty-fifth of all kinds-also various of Wine

C<.tt,.n BAirging;, Scotch and Kentucky, K-Kemp Archibald George W. Ward John March next, the same will be taken for confessed Jay, and March, where 13th 1832.he may at 30tf all times be found.B. BYRD.JOTICE.AlI Porter, Cider, Ale- kmd, adp'
Kelly Woollcy J. H. .
Ky. Bale ltll})(' and Twme11 Sanche the matters thereof decreed accordingly, and il i ij, further &c&c. Different kinds of Relishes at '

h-*?/ Boilers of small sires. L-Lemons White Thomas G. ordered, that this order be published once a week persons are hereby notified and which he offers on liberal terms. He tender Pgmi

4>j)<) Sacks Mown and ground Liverpool Salt, Lloyd Nicholas Allen-2 Waters Hesekiah for four months in some authorised newspaper in this l' cautioned not to trade for a note given by DanielM. cere thanks to his customer generally, for that Jf |
Lawhon ThomasMMalonyiobn
50 to. Coarse Alum, While Wright district. R. C. LESTER clerk and master in eq uitv Jordan, for upwards of thirteen hundred dollars, favors the past year-and hopes by unr .

n! .IK. IJnoon, Lard, &..c.Til M'Intosli John )1.2Villiams Cooper.James. November 20th 1832. I 144.' one giver by John BeHamy for about five hundred and attention to business, to merit a conti.uanccpatronage. r <

:1"'s'e, '..ept18, 1832. c.j4TiC1.SIx forty dollars, and two other notes given by Owen W. :
.- : ;\1oc'llr.Beujamin2 Regular Packet from St. Marks to New-Orleans. R.K.
Pitt man for forty eight dollars each-all payable to W
weeks afterdate be'atcn l\f'Nel1y.Tames [124 letters.
application new schr. Lady Washington, P. H. Swam the late Thomas Delphy Dec. 5th. And 10 1S32. 47 tf
they July
Persons THE are more- -I
1 i ,' the honourable Judge of the court Hpo calling for the above: 1 tiers will pleaseto IU
: > county will between this direCt
advertised l letiei.-. ply and New-Orlea ns over cautioned against: trading for any other notes given P. S. R. K. West has just received
administration the snr (203wJ] 1. G. f.RCY
of je'ej vm roiuityforlettersof on P.M as a regular packet, during this season. I to the saul! l dfcedenns the above and others (Jot Baltimore, a large supply of the very best quaUJ 1 .1

ct.tti.4)C Thomas Uelphy deceased. BILLS OF 14.\DING-Ncatly- For freight or passage, having elegant accommodations :-I known, arc wromrfullv n ithheld from the subscriber by LIQUORS AND CON.FCTONART.-Hi: friends .

JAMES L PARISH. BLANK apply to the captain on board, or to E. SEIXAjS I certain persons. aAMUEL M'MUBT&AY Jld'lor. l lovers of good ar invited ;
and for
,:;:ccembcr Sth JS; 166w kept sale at this Office. < I Magnolia. Decwber *9th 12. 19.tf Quincy, December 29th IS*?,. L11: I and judge fer seevc Qc 3t 1& .i