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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: January 26, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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published every Saturday Morning at FLORIDIAN phers. i littlelurther nit is i Mars !I 111'\\' JI-TC

Five in six monthsNo he preached to the
Four dollars in advance,-or populace-upbraided thorn

will be discontinued unless at the option of with their Altprs to Ihe Unknown God and

a paper pointed out to them the
only true
the Editor, before arrearages are paid. "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." i I: have no doubt but have worship. 7
yon seen it
will be conspicuously inserted at seTcntvfive -J-- recorded
Advertisements in the 17th chap. of the Acts of the

cents per square for the first insertion, and I tn't \rat WU1LQ 1L1W.\WA.gGi and
mi JJAUW.Ultl >rft for each subsequent continuance. All ad- "\O a Q it aih where .
wo took
fifty edits' a convoy, by one of which i:'
ill be continued until forbid,unless otherwise G I write this. *
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Tf r libunt-nts WILLIAM L. HASK1NS will i reinforcements for Don Pedro had ar" I

ordered. ( any business in the city of NEW YORK I rived from England and France, and his force if i Gen, Chasse should not be able to respect 'N. B.-.During our late cruize we export-r.t

The postage on all lettcrsand communications to the and promptly and faithfully execute any Connnissi' ns I\\asnow-tattdat 15,000.( Sir J. M Doyle the city, are immense. There are 90 mortars enced violent liurYicanc in Smyrna, and It re.

I lllitur, ) itstbe paid, or zllt') will not recede atten J entrusted ccnerally.to him by his friends in Florida, and the pubic I was appointed his Aid dc Camp. T\\o of Don t to placed.defend Supposing that we are commpelled port is gone forth that our ship was lost with;

, 'w-Ynrk, July 1832. 52 tf I Pedro's frigates wen in such a dilapidated ourselves, each mortar would throw all hands. Some American vessel sailed from

tion."It3. .. _h_ PUR I state to be ttnliJ T 12 b'mbs an hour, that would be the Smyrna while that
C[ASH I\IULES-The sJblcTTocr v.ill pay as : dr service-they were to at rate of report was in circula *

J: authorized cask, and a liberal price for four or t fue nudes. proceed to Lnglaiid: or Yigoto repair. 25,920 in 24 hours. We know no fortress lion, and I suppose they will give it ('m 1
Wti to announce rrnCy
::? are N. \\. WALK Ell. Tins rcritn-n! : hich can resist long a fire so fi> rfil1. in the Tinted States. I mention
papers ? this
ociilalions
I JOSEPH: MW1HTL, a candidate to represent Shfll Point, January 12th! 1833. ni"iy ] on f'ir'um-I
('ol. 213w Throuulniit
the the day beef and stg; ice f for< fear it should
, : that lesult from provisions have
the JW; Congr conseqjinces HY; I the mca.surcs get to Portsmouth
.'llIliJa in SALE.-On the first been ;
__ : PUBLIC jVloiulay in Februa brought and
r --- -- to the citadel. to show
-- will be sold acl' ;*tedto I Jing) J Ilollaud!: lo terms hut The Dutch cease you there is no truth in it."
the ,
-JJ/ lis C w-l.fOt o1 Gin*: on capital >q"nan-' HI th not during the -
1 city of Tallahassee, a number of \alu--.. cr;r-Tr, !<.- tiev! seem generally (jf opiimm: that that object) nijrht to throw up tire rockets., fHEAD

. jug the balance of the pcr*>1I1al! estate of Alexander I I will bo clll'Cte-d without briuijing 0:1 a general ANTWERP. Nov. 9.-We learn that the merchants QUAKTERS, Columbia, Dec. 20, JR32

. fa' lIE Subscriber lias anas>ortment Adair dec'd. Tern made known on the day of sale. war. ; of Amsterdam and Rotterdam have GENERAL \

: !h/'t Sti-ll S.iw Cotton Gins, aborted, I C. c. %WILLI\'I ) A-hninis- sent to the ORDERS f
nf llluunt's King
A a memorial in The f
public mr.ctirVa. held the form of
J Sltds. L A. THO IP UN J in London on I B Legislature having at their
2
\ ; /("-, tri'ia 3U to 71 ba\\ >, which will bo soleU! : an< tors.OTICE. protest agaiusj all the session;
'lIlullhe first ot January .-All > indebted tlh--( t the IHh: ofpersors"aij.ii! ; iK toptesew consequences that may which has just closed,
'r 1)111'1', saw ('11 a Credit day [ cisons to state ot pHcisic !- result passed an act anthori
' next, to g.ud res>i*>ikibe! pun lutsers.UkJAMIN: Davis Floyd dec'd., arc requested to rail and M-I- i relations between England) and1 Holland." to Holland by the blockade of its coast zing the Governor' to accept the

t. BVRD.Magiuln. tie with James S. Liun Esqr., {.' ihe situation: of the ii<- Thii i is i dcnmincciliti! some (II'. the papers m a: by tho French and English: squ jdrons. VOLUNTEERS t{ who will hold services ot

May22, 12.: 41 tf tate will not admit of any indulgence being nivcn.BETSEY in thom 4'-lves
meeting ft the readiness
got ) to take
up purpose} ( ot'injniiiig) hitidixiitiitrati.iii the field
--' T A Yl'rI i:I .-:: ix able bodaii iu-gro nun, forwhich FLOYD, ) Executrix. From the Norfolk Beacon at a lIIum.'ut's
and it i is stated tint 2d in:t. warning, should it become '
,, BEN CHAIRES j ivM.--ut..r. an other
: the best of wage* will be given-ajplyJ.G.&N.iiAMLLN.' We have b necessary; to all
; Tallahassee, January 12th 1833. 2ltf meeting was held, ol the "friends of t the administration on permitted to take the follow upon them to )uppress irHuir.'Hp'n -
tll'( in ; ,I in
extract from rep.
\iil :noht: November 6th J I32. _1llf; 'vA 4 I'PALACHICOLA HI:1: T.L.- The l ," to express llieir aprohation ot its board a letter, from a gantleman on vasion. or support the civil ;authorities in the
the
uii R: tt /HL subscriber begs leavt' to inform his measures in the ciJMih.The : execution of the laws
of-/ prest-ttt !
)1ThMN respectfully; I I': friends and the publicjjenerally, that lie h is e. S. FRIGATE CoNSTr.LLATion pnblk notice I is hereby
Louden Conner of the \ given to all the
the Ciuzens it"niidtlie J 5th afHrm.s that patriotic
-;l s tit taken this establishment for a term ; and if t At Sea Western citizf-n of ih* Stat": ,
l'rl/lith-t./ ) ",, Country.% i. he with such there will j be no and Archipelago v that their siirviccs
f meets encouragement as he\i>hfs to general; war, i ( t the commenting as volunteer uilJhcaece! !) : ted
:
( EUI.E. S. IIAWKIiNS merit he will continue it. 1 His table will he funiJini; ; on the speech of the King r.:' Belgium 20th October, 1832. ) as volunteers cither individuals-:
r ,
; or l v':
with the best the i to his friends '-inpanics -
market .
ran uilbrd and his exertions in Port
"It
.sis: will be month.I .
from Troops R
tint
seen) itt.illon-, .
T'lOllNE\
counsellor at LAW MarianiuiU'i" speech that .
: will IdrfliT-
be
:
:
unremitted render I : :
: to his comfortable ) egiments -
iucM"as wrote last
0, r Florida. January army i
: possible. lie.lgi Cavahv.
as m
-- ; ORCN .Allfrl 11.I.Appalarhicola isconsidered we left the 29th ; ?.- ]\ :!li. I. 'n.Vhcre .
I. Sugar Mill January I 12lh, I. :n. 2lfN ; not a.*, the art of Eratii-e individual after on May, and arrived at Lisbon \ Volunteer: Companies m;vv "'xi ,i "'.
of
> LA \UTICE.-\1! : I ly, nor of I raxic\ and Kuglar.d; but a pleasant pa>sane of a few days I hereafter to be raised, and
IJllllaTAM }p. i.'iis 111. jointly, as con-ii-tirij, f ,. '
AT N. II. LEN ha\ :just nci\cd a small I come to the determination kid ; -,1 n -ss
JT., ;iiiiieular; Sugar Mill, which they oiler for subscriber for professional M m.-c.s the act of the ,111le bo,ly oi the oi.foicnce.( to remain on than forty, nor) more th-in: one bundr-d ,
| until tt'-et-
'r "therw i we, ore re4,ueMed to mike; s .al incut befont. Thc we arrived in iho Mediterranean, ive :
but men shrill
principle ot
coercion
credit until \Iarch oiler
next.July wo
oak on a t i Holland! their
I t.ic first February-all dunands i\nianin: .: unsettleliter / again fell in with the Boston services, they ',viH! be
t. ", _- 10. iSfci: 47 tf _ : that! period, will ln> imlllC'ditII.lr, : | 1\.-, ci.III a train I has been ditincth admitted by .ill tLc members ;a friend Sloop of war. and; bovine: received: as whole'(>, ., ith tlu-ir ofhvers. '

}Tltill..4flee. SALE LOW Full! CA>li.-50 pieces fiistquality .I judicial collection. CHARLES I : 1 L. MUCRMN.; I : : of the C.4Iifere1ce ; although lher' |h."O a- lit- on hoard that ship, I was; induced I bv 'our companies, that may ,.Iioosf) to be ny

rt.\\ 1 ol cotton bagjrinsj, January: J 1'jth 1833.: 21tf ri>en some ditference of otnii'ini. iniim... ..>/!I. persuasion to accompany him on, shore: i I toiiether! will hf oriranixed; -ined
'inls. lull- Just received j -p. -> |IIWIl a* a Uattaifn.n
) I C1ItI. ,
2t where
rt pe. by SloOl) I ALi I 1 II 1 N. a: \ ()fii nni.r -
Iiirirah1
-
: of < .
Allptrs nstfrecautioii ila ainM th C'r: fi
carrying it we treated 'ld
t : pnnciple) were any olHcer
15t.i. 132. I/tf. J. A KLKfN. Jllir..I into eii'ect.: i'h ..vMh: It | 'tlu-y flJiIHPI.t *. ,
chasing: or otlnruise traJill for a (df .0' he
certain of ]
: jror hospitality
convention
t iju- between not to he l icgimerit
. 04. ;kikd k l'UlJ.\U-i uF fALLOW) will !i. n by th sibsTil'er; payable William Wya.t b England and France tnu.-;i !from expected or Hrinailaoiit of vvhi-h six -h a'f-il-
or < arer slriniors. Palaces
Ai U '' be i the bubscnlu-r and not he considered a a distiuct and publ.c gardenwere ;ion may he formed
purchased by ; which are to be paid, if all: liens on the i i ': > ulhance In opposition thrown and nnv: tno 1-.I'.iilons!

D.I u n. -h} CHS.'I: and* a generous price will bu paid, if de- '4rcn.tsed by the subscribers) of said V\*yatt, should] be[ l to the other memher! of tho} Conference open for our ref'l'ption-ollr that may desire to be tiiiitt-d..v il? JM- l= ,

Jtu;xd by the first day of larch next. r, :moved by a day certain. The liens have) not bemr I ; but as a necev-ary assurance ry wishes seemed to he anticipated bv th"} kindpp.opl ner be t tormed into Re ff" man:
the
to
J. G. & M. HAMLEN.IVrrmbcr < turned ; the contract has not been completed) by \\'\-_ J King of Ifclgium that the I (.-I felt great Iul for th'-ir attention but will o'ily }hi. a !iiiieiit Vlunfeers!
,
10It' \fa. nnkl, 5th 1 1832. 17if .tt t, and the subscribers will not pay any of said note--. coercion% resolveii required to tlc duty! in tin-T
on I bj) all| hould he 'licctuai imparted to me no rral satisIiivtion.'Fhnn: hi pective t Volunteer i res
\VILKESMARKOOK; by those : :
To two I companies; :uitlire.I
It'iJ. Planters. JOSEPH II. SL': \UnOOI\. members of the Conierence( whoI: not an atdent votary of plea-tiro, I hivo: naturally! irom I all I mililin; duty, c x' neratuv -
ein I to whiU, .
iJ.iO iJ. F ()R SJ\LE.--4 Cupper) ) Boilers, January 19th 1833. 226w !:.rrassed b) tamily cumuxions' with tin- liuti ,c i melancholy: reflecting disposition; and whon now he liable in their respective Her-f rill"; nnv
I .
Also-f'opper Dippers, Skimi"crsand Scoops.1. Storage, and Commission, &c. of iJiange, and who from thir positions and contrasted the splendor, elegance, anti plen- tlifir Bi.ttlallnnor Regnr.i or i in
.I :
tov'
reduced Also .a'h
prices.- 10 Horse1111 Stonw.Applv ty which they
pair
seemed
undi iancd has hi and .iiiMtis po".esed) the facilities; to loiuri throughout the now tn'lo. .
1I to IJETTON &. LMOliY.Mi. TUE rge coinenitnt Ware for iinmcdiateh, palaces may ); Should, the V-ilnnterr. be
I .> J 5. JI'ii2' : ::3:' tf. ,' md Cotton sheds, and is prcprxr. d to Htve -- ;arrying iuio execution decisive meuhUres of the groat, with th<* degradation, misery called! into actual scrvic- ,
o. nrm will be
GOODS
COTTON .j.nnih-,
or other pruduce on So--: and wrolcheilnoss. which : I
11 /f &r .oersion. vvjMgh down the poorer ed i them, and 1 sooner should the
mvan'he'
TOREAGE.l' Cotton Stored, sold) or shipped, and ill COIHniC:3-' n, It eenis plain: then, that; the non-inlcrfer-: class of this ( .tlIl1trIJ$ ) \' heart: link at the I tfjsposal of the Govern r permit. OtTrx

1'I i I N [ USSIlWSS strictly attended to. He M.lifits a sharenblic c'tice of France and Lngland, under the cir- thought, and) fort I bo ,moment !.In- \;110 the :be appointed| in Qach Rriyide. vib.. wi'l; .r will rd

I I subscriber has recently ert'rtcd a spacious buiiu- patronage. KDWARD SEIXAS. tim. tance.s would melancholy feeling. whtdi p.-rvadod,; lac-: all net-c-sarv
> : not have every L i information and .
:'agni.lia, Vtobfr 1 10. I".3 prevented thahich throu; '!'
, n.j; MI hy iri feet, furrcctiifl cotton and poods.TIMOTHY 9if ulty of myo!il.) \Vith Himate m,
a
all idis : equal to and
\ on > is I .floplc'eall'f-thc t\'ilo nnv! [ reports tenders of servir-p '
I :
M-CARTY '
"HI\
MEDICAL.
:
It the
on Globe! i
Ire S Marks, December 27th 183 J. J I9lfBraimree The undersigned j l 'have formed general war. 'Ihe settluneut of the present ; a soil yielding to thc hu-band-j In I ih\ mean time all I communication-i I 'le.be
a partnership: man the fruits of his ;
.II Cotton Gin.1T under he firm of CREWS & TIUPPE, fi>r tl.cjrarticeof i 1 point in l.pute-the pos>e&siou of the citadel l undance the labor in the grento-t a-I j ;addressed i to tht Governor of the SM; ? .. iu
81 the ditf' of ; working ('hiS* of Portugal I C'h ..rleston.In .
\ntwcrp-is taken
'r lIt bninclies of flOW out of the aroj-
hands
I i fc>ALK-A 55 Saw Cotton Gin, (Iron I Ira- thecif'lIce i of the
1t";' dy} from Braintrce Manufactory.: Apply to of h tIIedici,lie. They have on kind nn extetisivr i Leopold, and his majesty u relieved front lh. most ignorant, degraded mi I direc
ntldo JobijUi \\ K1cIllN.J.lrhs.. supply of fresh medicines( w'-icli'! they wll. dispose heavy potiMbility oi ho .'ihtirt which mighi; beings in e.xistenco. Under th,* infiuonco of tion of the Legislature, the

J J. \v. Iv will n'cci\'c& orders for other Saw Gins of I 1)( 1 f on liberal terms. Their office is in ehh\'illt', tend to a dts-turbaice of religotis frenzv. I they ;are reduced to that state, Chief t feel-. the most forrwll'rir.!
generui the I- f prrfrrt
the above manufacture..Inly Jackson County. H tranquilitv t that tho confidence that it
B. CREWS greatest .
0'CI wht"h \il!
of ealannty could '! I i ilf'
po-ssib'y
Europe. to
I
rCo njth
10, 1S32 47 tf HENRY vi.-it the poldcr the. Promptness and
Tit IPPE. human
AM i B NUTTALL und Webhville, April Looking at the question, .n the view which their faniilv, rould not m tkl' worse Spiri: \ alta] -di"tinjr"M! the (hl-
WILLIAM 'onditi' n. Tin.* Priests of tins iant Sons hpe
ei r' \\ e have Liken of il, >\ C roxin try of Carolina
cannot but considerthe : ami
th
Jackson -
11IXO.N b C 'if. !
Ii : havr formed a Lav p-r r Jr rule all denomination Their hf.t'c their
Pannersiuji), and will j practice in the Courts of the \1 id- ii 1). II. Di1tE pl'tr Ivs present measures (France and Englanda tu the Law ; will is .'t1pPr mr coullnced: their H'r\f es. tlllwi! found

I 1 die District, and Jackson (UlIJlty. Office near the J In Attachment. :> calculated to preop.r\'e peace rattier ihati to -from it theris j no appeal.; They l I :at t tlie past of Honor aid nlty. ready!
Planters I ibid.ssee RE.VJAMIN HOLDEN hnvr -ili1i.-lifil tiltou to lay
)f'f't. SLL excite: ( wai. There ,hoot this t'itahout oue' I down their lives in
was a hi r
fok T.\lIah, 7. J Itt32: *Ij 1 3m persons interested diliu-ulty to j;et oer h inmtlrod( feast defence.
aiig \ are hert'iy:' notified that said d.iys (fast days too f
order
it have veC'nHOllr rnnnyulm-h) ?
\ might
suit hath this btn ; tor t.noand| c- 11' othcgov. &.
day commn"e Commander-in-chief.
1\I Ja.Iill [). \Vestcott Jr. & J. P. >l by attachini :". 0 i they denominate saint- On
lioutli days. these JOHN
in it
! GEORGE S. II .\\VI.: )INS, \ er tl et ; but Den.g pledged as a member ill hu. days; B. ERL, Adjutant !:
F "KB" .VE fOJ'l1lt'd a Law parthcrship in FloridThr .lJllorll-!;jfol' I'tanlifr. oi the Confen nre to a particular ofpolicy i inp.s suspended i [ ; no man i i- ;allowed N. B.-It i is considered that pn"rl
MlI 1 .B II "t' llh lIre of the fonner is inTallahaSbrc cembcr 29th part t to labor on a fc.-tival "
I the latti-rat ,Vc.st 1'oint% Appalaehieola. ): and Busi- 1H32._ 1'I! I I it wio notneukti.! ... i.ut of it, wlv 111: day, it would be considered vision of the act authorizing .' Volunteer!"rfr, pro.

ret I. jacs>seiitnid tn hell ill Lily of f the courts Bay.of Florida 1 WIS.V 1LLI i 1- ic -ectfully i-if. ;.usthe I public/ 1[r an embarai-MiiiMit oceurred d. (t tat! the could! cithrr sanilego for a poor man to atte.npt it, I panies, Troops. Squadrons (0'-
, jIe I i school. will .. 1 h lhoi)::!h }his f.vi'e arid : Batalon., and
"'11 ti. first I children
ortlu Counties re-open) ; of !
aJjoiiaiii( of Geor day I : v.crc actually Regiments
;iaor \Ial.IIIC. \\ ,ill I ;ave Emopc from aar, nor her pcri :- to be
Jamiuy next. Six i ,. own raised"that
'' I beiaidcrs I i
e.jjlit beaeconiinodatei i for raised)
IJ can ]hmg bread ,
, ( I at home. as
.In'11y.t
juit'uio. An. Vi.: 1 IS ;.1. Tins \vh-c!
D SQtf on reasonable terms. honor from a stain. 'i he force of circumtanrt poor man i i- : they may: choose their

IdJ I J, WU1 JlJ.D I i1l tDa .t T2 w li"ni.-s I ,'. i '('ccml "i,' 2lJt.! 1 IR1'1. 19 I :.' >s has compelled her to carry her interference l left about I two hundred! drys in the year to I I.ibor own officers.

ItIx ,4'JL LiAUjr.ti( and coinpJetc! a-i Ul't- .- .1 'It \J.---JU, I i.ek :;! with continental atiairs further than, we l in ; and on" half of the profit ari-ing. there From the

l" -*- iiK'in 'ii 1' ''rc'-1! I DIIJ: S and Aledii. nes, just rocfividlruin I -- ".IT. Bui,' Tailah ite, )'.., ,I" I I 'honl! .! say. tc!: tiuc policy of this from is taken from him in the \\:1of" taxe.-, The Sumter U his Charleston (onrpr.

: :\d.di and italtnnorufnr s.I/le, wholesale I \. Y ik. a new S.anhoiHBu.. .:- country and other ways; which he blOws of. civos a feared acrouc
would dictate. nothing
.
d i a-- I ; of the
-
i tn retail. ( emirtion
f .I. .. \lullfry lIerchalb and PrJ.elitunt.rs.ltuP'. ---=- ii''. BaSS mounted with haron And all this to._. snnnn.. ,t. the....> 'luir/-. ...1 .u- from lhat ,nirt of. .trip-.. r'nlntr'
fClzrt .JII cu onuic uioM ucciumni'drtnii: ( : I forms.KIM' !. .t..L' J 'I one li"i-o e, with sin, ,n .: top diid side i I He bcxtumi"; now to he done, i is to gel Priests "ho .j.- mil ii, uuu ire winch it classes= among .'tho blessed '

SKIXAS, .h ills| <.f first workmanship. f.rsi' ili! dw p.; Applj; out o1 the ciit.in/rlcini nt :is l l.;>t as we can art rolling) in the Ian. ot luxury. of Vullification ronsequonre -
Dnmj: i >t, -Ma wlia F'rida. 10 C. C. \\ 1LLIA.MS" ; To one nnaqtiainted the policy of this ; trango to
; the nnr
::'1 M"V -2i!:I .11 fllM I f' cemhrr 2th J 1832. I Pti\\ present proceeding I it: is 1 to he hoped, vvtliIK I this government say, thi:! abandonment] of their belovod J rar-

A'!)" ;TK:ATuil the inca.is by Iiriagti: o..c s part of the matterto may appear a colored picture, i- almost .
> .VMiC... C E.-Will be rented but I .lla. confined
mt :, lL I --All penom 'N'I'J to the inchest) buulei r loi r the a Mire you it has scarcely received :' wholly to th* n"Ib.
settlement a
l ui'which Great
: iMViiia: dallllail: S the fstalffif (ic e'rZ I Humjihrn's ill uing year on the 23th I'UM. the rke Britain standsplei.'ged i tin I f'ati'l chivalry, seem
city m' t c. Happy America how anxious to ')1 l ,'
oicd dec'd., l.ittMif Li-on count, \ uiv r< (!uir. d lo pre :t.tIs A. W. CK I'AV:: S, city mai>h ): !' to a spe dy cl. -e. Then new circumstances hath : much reason J; t tll ir property and in ;e
:;-nt i tin-in dulyauthuitKaudiihin; the t'tne Tallahassee. i:'thovms } innabitants to return thanks to their m\v cases thr per
; January Ji-3: ; the also
ma
prescrib :w oivc I sons
aJtcred beyond
) opportunity! i for
ed by I.tw. or they will be. torcter Maker, f lor hibountiful the reach
: barrid
and all TOTECE.-The( f'laVl's Providence Mav of t"P storm
I, he
-
It L vndfbtcd to said perffHis in 'jallah.'e ,, combination: : Mil, above all : whiCh. under thir
: fstt: '1"o t. ( % Ntt t 'd) tomakt' 1 things, Ion t ti ,*. au-pice lower--
at ''f |IU' p ty- and its vicinity are informed that} the 1 hw : aveit such evils fro .I our I now I'jnnt
Tfl eflt. patrol ,, (jireat Bnt..111 happy Iollr
ANGUS JOUN ON) i IIIIJt t (Inllil I l her UIII.! country S'tnto. But
i-iucnts
> Adm. we will
1C 5!'rlin: : slaves will be I ufi.rc.t'I-1'hosc where individual let the Whig
strictly <
Tal!! "!hi: ssee, I I r *inb. clu<>-4. '' her thougft contracted and every enjoys the fruit of hi! < for its.'lfOne -peak
- I "w 1 '1I1I1i bavins occasion in error, cont.nued withembarrassments. I
send
i to. their
I
;
1&. i'J r c..-> xIi hervants: to town "n i l labor in peace, and serves his tl'nl "I
iil'ter date, 1 Mull' a1'.ly '":. IHIo ill'-sa are advised to fuinish them with the l'.tJlIo.iu agreeable of the blessed]
b\ 1.. tin1 fi'iii'iiii.iliU1 he to the dictates of his ( of
; Jiiiljs,' ot'the tickets. conscience. ronscqttonre- Xnl
i A. W.R
c-miity court '>.t. EVOit t V lJI'Iro.latI LONDON lification I
; 15
Fi-aiik.iii l I 'OV. which}
me j routv. I'urlcitei.N; i,1 adiiunihtnition llahassor:, TJlli 16:<3. evening. U'e left Lisbon after short wo are now realizing, i i.s the
the
V ... : on e __ January 1: w Thc Consul a stay, and :
ta ti fulii] M'K.i.-il':M. HA : muikel continues steady at S3 t pro- removal >f great numbers
H.RAI'RAE. of
rk "\' Uacliic'il.i, Di-ivinbrr 22.1. l.I
easf Tl I8Cw cautionul not to tnu1.t\r I ; u feite: _i iven IIi I I uucl I Malaga, on our way.Ve found the ( property horn the fit**. I he
.11ft E:.\'iT"ac J.tj-ii.: ; M. Jordan, for thirem An express) ; has arrived from Amsterdam I ommoI cnrro nt emigration
: : j .a.I.n l .rm nyV atkius'. upwards 1.u nd lTd! ,itlL's.: I d one at Mahon, who continues to flow for
ill i orders
appiio} I'.iuu to It. i Jav I ward!, "r i'iy.seU', will one sjiveu: by John Bellamy for .tb''ii' fivehundrxi I :anl bnt);.inr the prices ol the Utitth l'IHldon I gave us to prepaie'i twelve month as it has for : a
xiIrt' It t.t>t ait :nLi'i. -.tbout lt:0urcduf: : t f'Tij, dollars, tnd two other L'iveti ill1mNJi.\tply for sea again. So we under- the last month,
ttie I Mid notes got
'), Jauu.ir are "j i"-r I. by Kcii W. Jlondav f : which sh(,\\' a dec-line ofueaily :!1 South Carolina
: (
ih our at least
; > i 1-SJ.: 2Uif( \\ C Pifman for forty ciht dollar. earh-all m f weigh from Mahnn in a few I tinn irt of i like
.TIIt ; VRTE1J.FOK'I'E }i"lral Ittn days, bormd toSm'rnasla l it ;
rentthe! last ly to heroine .
th'latc Thomas 111' '. Stli. A per quotations having been ii) without figure
Delphy ( nd I a ,
; i f 1jIlO t-y :tre n"ieovir i ( Mitn.rwhere, we arrived in six a waste howl-
Ibr Sale.ul'l'rlO" .-A cautioned against tradiiii; for any lit h'r in.tti, xen \\- 1 1-2. teen days. Ue arc now in ing wilderness.] And it is a matter to b.-

. fnr In'intiiuut in C\C( Ili'hi. order if offered to the said decedent, as the above and) ( oilirs not The private letters we have received from i engaged conveov marked; that j i' is not 'the re.

Itf., salt j"w-\'Jlly( } tll E.: EIX\S known, are wrongfully withheld fiorn the >' J"1 'r-' f'r '. V Oporto an olt: f favorable nature ing American vessels among rocks and shoals; t the spiritless rr"irll then generally! ,
'I.1 ill; consequence
"*. :- 1 11..11:1. ;i-V. t f.J 1S13? .i'2 tf. certain persons. :AMIJELIVRTrt I ; 9"Qu'nry in i a tempestuous ocean, who:-hores are im. missionists t as they Invo been
*!- ; CE.-All hiirsIl'.Iii.Ittittd/ ; I Decooil i 'h 1 Itf-3l2.; ot ill.* numerous reinforcements which[ pregnated-vita diseases : frornfully' termed hut hiofly the bmv"

_, L 'rniK-r and (Jo.. T. F. Lntiiucr to art Just-pli' i-i-1: .,. -- .-- d_ -- --. .L -U wer constantly; univinj, amognst; which wasthe i man.I The Plague, with most all ithorrors at enmity with tho pinks of chivalrv, the fire and brimsf spirits,

;; jiuhi 1 11rtl..f unmi'di.ttc: paynu-nt either to them nqiie.'tut or Riohanl t:; FOREIGN.From t Jjivcrpool steamer, with) iioops I x on board, jling in every of this is ra- eaters, who have suddonlv' been enlightoned oe
; part
Tallahass-e unhappy ,
who i ; fill y authorized% the loss ol wlr.-h! (Ill the cost of i'aritigal was country. as to the advantages of
to
loi ii| ""ii in ih' .tt act though the the western
'r )-ciwt. .lan",11' 5lh the N. Y. Mercantile Ad. Itv. -rposition of DivinejProvidcncewe
1833. 31.LATEST I. country.
Insomuch
20tfaiasMc so few d
; industriously reported a vs since.'J that they
sa'l'' 1.- fit "1.-- \\ ,iH "l'illld, "II '.r Ileal' FROM ENe, L.\ I U. I ho French army about to be stationed hnve: escaped its ravages so far, (ftu' which flee their immoveable are even willing to ;acri-

0'L'" of ""0,1"\1', $IfI : "11 .: onday the Ie Irtth C'oJj'day lal Hy thrj packet ship J Hudson I ( 'apt. Mnrgnn J the t Rhine will, according; to the Consitutionnal on I I we feel thankful. Our situation is a precarious : glories of thE great properly forego the

rit'ah L'I IS \'.--al'll I.N; "III'ac, Y IKM i l I, liktjy y,'ui.y nci.ro ff\l\ : ;
I hurst (ttr'i!. TriM litproperly', one half cn-h<-f \'IJflldihyVhitc; papers to the evening of the 15th tilt. a )IM:3iaal: ol France. our creed to shi ink from it. We are daily in free trade and boundless away the gofden visions of '1
l and a ..rei!i? on tinluiauce The expectation ol relfeved wealth and
combined French being
1I11I1IHl and English fleetsremaned I by one of the 3visions.
; -- J.-tntMiy. Jan. ;"ith !S3.'J.: 20tds. In a quotation !rom tho Phare of Antwerp, which we are told are to prosperity
, t Jill L.I.--. .\-UJ---::-- at Deal on the 13th. ii I i i iaid that the Kngli-h and French fleets squadron. I look for her with great deal of, little l State another El make our glorious

" "" .' The Pulembun Dutch anxiety, as there is nothing that interests Dorado, for those ad
!tt!JrJllyat./w'' (a vessel) from Ba I- will endeavor to make them.-elves( me: i vantages
masters ot :although
t is I aL )'. the Sheldl, and also make an attack spent | submit, to what they
,. 1r! will.attnd the Courts of (illINfr.n. Leon and Nov. 13th by an English cutter. Flushing- upon months up heie the last cruize. About ten days: I despotism of the denounce as the grinding
.
General
.
( rouiJties) and The Dutch past touched at Athens. I Government."
allt i .ivwe. JlIl1lar5th the Court Aj'jxMiS: in ship Henrietta, from Uat.-ivh, Urnsseh Journals:i to t tho loth: rj'.iotc a letter revisited this plaec

ru i '4 IXc..b- ali"r 4.-clall';--- IS.*:. o w for Amsterdam, with aOO tons coflec and GO) from Merlin of the 6th, assertitlg that "a Prussian once the pride of (Trecce nothing now but ; COLOIBB.-A letter-

BOll., J Iid.' of the 'lppliraltlll \ JII'I wade tu th-( tons sugar, was carried into Portland roads on of I OOUO men 111tw : heap splendid ruin There is a sad salem 24th, addressed from Bogota of Oct.
i 'HUllt I y 'Ollrt of Leon army \ assembledin nitv to a gentleman
in the
r 1 Jr.u er.hlrulIlI.lrl1vf : the 12th. very shadow that rests these from a
n1 tIle upon person
Cllltte of three weeks on evfril! of capable
11. Gl'orl' loilIts the Belgian knowing
11. t9i1l 11"-:13.: DCllc dcc'd splendid and
26w Some other Dutch vessels had monuments of human appreciating the
; J. \ been sent into and French frontiers greatness as babilities pro
it
''iLEIi' is also of better
U 1 h":8.-Hu-illg been -. English ports. There was a reported, that; silence as or! ;'.iverenee in thing around days for Colombia, contains
i iI t. Lt' itH'ointed aucfionterj great uctivity t the Prussian government had issued orders every }t the following
_
county, I, hert'Ly olfer in the Dock Yards in i to: them, that steals like the paragraphs :
,
: of
bile HI that I y If\'ics to ti fitting out ship of war.American call out the Landwhr in the Khinish provinces memory past tunes I I repeat to
nJ1ah capaclly-11l1telid keeping Stock London to the heart of the beholder. In you that my hopes of
an fJlJice at Nov.9
flbCe, of \\hich due i in .-Three and fin tixer in letters casting order.
) my peace, and
frumixlill'h:1pelle
I tercm, any LU in'ss flotlec will. he given. In thc cents 90 Hank Sharc ofthe I eye over these ruins. I how liberty, increase
ill meet with left 'itIt r' R- Y \Vel/ford per ; 25lOIbs. London Mh, that the reserve was likewise to be thought m-iny I .spite of the difficulties every day, in
Pr1tlIIptattcntioi. Hank, 2G,5Ibs. New York Fives thousand of the learned, the the I naturally to be
wise .
October 2d 11'132. R. 1. "ACKLE. 1845107. called out. beautiful( with in a conntrv ...rn.. .- ,rh__ -_ 'W. met
I 7tf Pennsylvania Fives, 1856,110; Phtlad. Fives, A private letter from ( hent i ant! the brave, had once revelled in this ay city There C.Il <;;: rernt le con.

I 1tr: Dr. JOHN fl 'l'.AYLUR 1840,i 04. Lon. Fives, 1051-2. New Dol t that the Magistrates had: received quoted the, stating now so desolate. Where are they Vow I and a desire i. a general wish for peace,
on great for
S 12th
Ins his friends UHJ the PuLlil', that ii I- J lars with pillars 101-2; Do. without 4s91-2. counter orders respecting the They have gone to that eternal bourne from all, it is useful pursuits. Abate
his
r rtst.red, as to cnalJle him health JS SI IOR.'j UGAL. Advices from preparation- whence no traveller has encouraging to see that aU
I yet returned.
patriots
p tll Oporto and be But
duties. f\'tiUlUe his made or the expected arrival of the trust the
July 3U 1832 50 prufessio Lisbon the 9th French their works still government, and in
tf to Nov. had reached England. the triumph o'er decay-these this proportion to
Troops 011 12th and 15th. I, a spirit
tisi r fjarlt 15. Ut'inan No engagementhad taken: place since the 27th DEAL, Nov. 14.-His Majesty's ships Don- facts engendered in my mind! the most solemn I terest is prevailin Ofenterprise" and commercial in.I .

ATTORNEY Oct. Don Miguel wa* besieging Oporto, and reflections-I asked myself these questions.
A'f I gal, Talafar, and the rest of ihe combined
ILL Av.. threw shells Is it possible that alone is
Practice occasionally into the man doomed to
, in the town. fleet, now In the Downs per- An elegant
Court are for ship ofSOO
in Jack of this District Don preparing sea, ish-must tlii- tons, was
oll and Miguel arrived Brado something within launched
at the be
County on 6th and us annihi few
n Jefferson West ))11)rida. His if the wind and weather pein.it. a days since at
t. Street, Office here the major of his to-morrow- lated, while the works of his Newport. She is called
oJjJ1osite part hands endure
it* B. 41! 1Ilstrurncn that of the Itcgistez aimy, consisting of morning the whole will proceed a ruise off I the Cannonicus, after the
id} the strictest attel1tlOn 1I of "riting, will be drawn J 7,000 mill was stationed, whom he was" to the Dutch coast, No it cannot be so,-this immortal part must of the Narragansetts Vl'nerahle Sachem

M al&kMee 1 June 20 to their legal I command in person. A formal assult urvive"thi> wreck of mutter and inn crush of to whose friondsjip and
:. accuracl. upon ({' rom tho Phare of Anttwerp.) liberality the first settlers of
Oporto was expected to be made on the 15th. OUi means defence worlds, In travelling over the ruins, we were indebted; for Rhode Island
against tho itadel an
came to the Market Place where St. Paul db. cal oppression, and tyranny Asylum! from eccle.i.



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l snul *ruair.rd f .iallheact entitled caa actlu incorporate the city of St.AugtisUnc years cdiig with tfce 31st of DecermVr 1932
Mr. Bell pursu-.O! to previous nnticr, 3shC< (inrlTi >

LFNLA'F1VE: Ob'NOIL.VEUKMUT leave to introduce a bill to lie entitled "an act lo establish a approved lllh February loil. I umated expenditure of ihe present month,) amounts t

fern' across Withlaucoochy river, wl-ich on his u otion was Mr. Coojier from the committee on enrolled biils report* ii as 400.000 i'.uDiti.ng -<*.

read and nude the order of the day for r.iondav next. r Correctly enrolled, an act to tabns., a ferry over the Wakulla : i' same period that expenditure has been s upphjed

\ January; 16, 1vJJ.T.ie Mr. Mclinde, pursuani to previous notice, asked and otvtaineJ river at St. Marks," which xxas Mgned by flue Pn>idenU hv jiggreguto amount of revenue lroin>various

ho it met pursuant t *;adjournment, a quorum being l !leave lo introduce a bill to lie enlit-ed an act to auihoi A biJ to be entitled an act to autlion.se the county courts to chiefly thiiti tie. customs, of 1 b\358,6B6 dollars, about onTsUtK

nt. the journal: 4)f ji-sierd. y P' -
MrChandW.$ mfinber. front MOUUK.'eouniv appeared, i respective counties,"' which was read the first tiwe and on his read a second time from the orders of the day, and ordered to fund", Las remained unavailable in the Treasury.

\V I luU' H'l'ihtjcd aiui tool In* *.--it.Mr. motion made the order of the day for Wednesday next be !laid on the table. Deducting fioni these receipts and expenditures the amount

Mc'Hde g-ixv no-ice that he will MI some future day 1r. McBride presented the petition of Jonathan Robiusou I A bill to be emitted an act to incorporate the protestant episcopal received and paid out on account of claims of our
CitiZens
I a** xie to mtioliiiva bill amendatory of and in addition :o, and Saran N. Stone Kxr. and Exirx. of the last will and lesiamenl congregation of Key \\ est, was read -i second time from ag iiM foreign governments of wlncL the Treasury was mere.

1' .in ai to alter! and amend the evertl acts, relating to roads, f John Collins dec'd. xvhich was read, and on his motion j the orders of the day, and ordered lo be engrossed and read a Iv" the channil tit receipt and pa v incut, there wi'l result' an anniril
I II -
liighxv.iv: and bid: ;e> in t'listerritory, pasd Ftbruary 1 si i iIMi referred to the Judiciary Committee, with leave to rejiorl by thud time. average- tt2tOOO.OOO ofdo'hrsofannualmc.ni'! ..,

I .Hid ;d>o a bi'l :i.n! n/iiij *i .v toui.tv c uiit<, m tin- ter- bill or otherwise.. S A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate a bank in the town | nual average expendiiure absorbing thu4 amount. tiK ij .t"1Ui U *

r.t'jry to appo.nl a tounty tIt 3s.rI .1 their rt>jcuve counX (I Mr. I'rieel or'ered the follmvmg resolutions viz : of ApatochScola.! xvas read a second time from the orders of ihe ball m tl.e; Treasury at the end of Is2y' a 7..ur. l'E **

\ *. Resolved! Toat our Dt legate in Congress lie req .ested to tin: day, vvhin the hoiiae! resolvtd ieIf into a committee of the in ally 27,000,000 of dollars a Year.

:M-. (.%> >;*" moved, that the I'n-sid-! do noxv proceed to t tu'e hi" l>et exertions to procure un ad.Jitionii: mtiuU-r to the ivi.o'e'! and tad; Use: same under coiisuieralionben the coin- During the same period, 0l8,000 dollars ofmblir ( ixvas

sir: t'.e c.m f rlerlerg.'anl al anus aud door Keeper; xvhichTi'H. !eyu[ t: .' ( uui.ci! for the counties of Alacnua and Cokmifo.a, nut ice aru.se ..indMr.. NS rigut inun said; committee, rep rtttl a paid Oil leaving ai average ar.nuaf amount of txn.'.M"e"'*

I m .va-dic-ued in ihe alinniiive. | in Fl bill 10 be entitled an act to mcorooiate ihe Coiumerc.al Bank1of i fir all oll.er purpo es, of something less ti.ju li.irtt-en


Ji... B. Lauc.isUr cil! f terV! Jatnes IJryan jr. serg.-ant well at !i RtMilvt'tl ci: i : :iru., That the Proitlent of the ItgMative council, do 1''lo.i.J, a a Mib-t.ti.il teu |. r, and a-kro leave to MI again j jr I five hunibtd thousand dt ijia rs. C.Zj1iti

C.r u .. ii1 Mo-.es Klhs.door keeper, xxvre wvvra'ly sAorn, 1 1On cati: -e hi nave made ti.it ;tid lini.s.nuU'd In tiie delegate, u CIJMof li.tr.u,.i, i\ >cti uj'Uit x.acoi.ci.rrnt m b. li.e hoii>e. i Tue.se amount-* are Mated jim round r.imdr; 3;) ti.ey '

t cud fiihfuiv: to tb -ci! : tge :5 < duties; of their it! ,i vtive o'.Tlces tlicse: le-o'Blions'! xxilli al! conxmiehl de jialch ; \ .* are A t" i :.o be eutit.i'd au :ie< lo a.ter the lime of I'oJd'ng! the i ie" I suth'ciemly aciu-ate tor alt ihe-purjaNes of tl.n reriofftrd

: \ t''' kep secret tl.e! prmA-tVlmjs: ; ol' llthou c vvi.eti sittinj: : lad on t'.e' table: until mondav nuXt.I ..... C'l'iri of tiiidvii: n eoiintx ," 'vas read a second lure: Iroinue j sent tie Views of the commits unembarrassed: u-j'tf"Iniou'
t
XVllti r. IJioint; oller! '- ] iie! .lo-.ving Uesol'ition, vizstAf.l : In t.e: gn s >ini L.ori which this; axeragf
; iriectiv' tiirolted.An l.'i.td annual
tlii
ll.e ib.loxvmg a> c ( expntl;_
Monroe
]\ That Mr. Ciitiidier; liie i'eleg.tte from and Le of tl.e lure is 'culiud' xxere mc.udcd ihe payments |Itr
TaU'sof
I al 10 est:&oll>b a ferrx .cm> Suxvannee rixer.An A uvmorial I lo t'.e! govrn<'is :i---t'es ttm- Stttluu1.Iut

; r.. ut\ lie ;M-d t i tne: I'.i.l.nvmg c minutter* Ti.e Judiciary, ::ct t1jt iid.tiorv oi i..e e'.tral nets mcorp-irating; the Inorg.a :iii4 A. ilunia: w.is f.il.cii up from the orders of the of ihe clauri'* ol uIm'.sc1iuiettM: ; Virjnriin, and South

Oetutiv anj Klecin:i<, vvoich xva-. adopt; d. H .od lab.e.' ; ti lar.r eieialstuure[ curusequeut oi tit etmtrat ,
bank ofVtt FlrzJa-aud an act to extend ihe tine: inmV I II 1 I.i. r:4t1 and on tlt.(

Mr.Varr' n zn'l! tirat the ru, of the )bnub *waivcdII ; bv Ia v. f tor subscribing for the stork of 1 ti-e u hank of Penicoi.! 1 A b.ll: in |entitUd % :!Il ::ei to joe'>r;,onte the sub' cnlter- S uIi in rdie iiI time rxtm'iguisliimuetmt tul lmi'l.an tiis! zij

liii t'lat be bn-f; l '.ivelo )flrkiCe a lull! In be enuilcd au set I of Floiida t'ro the o.deis of the dmiriru tl1e I ; thrte years. L\lmkmri: ;ii'uwauce! tor
vvti.ch; xvere sevtra.v sigi.ed bv the l'ie. .,!entof the legislauxet j ini-- 1 n.on; i Slink wis !" day : extra.
iab'i
ii.i o.erSt
1'i.e" > a ferry
t> n-x iVi-. an \ c-iiiuiiae; in an nt r : co'iiu'.!. 1 :i'fat I l.ik''!i Uji in C .ii'iutlte oj the x\ hole, and a tier sometime i oitiuiai v eXlrmsenc-} me incjifne nc'."iarv; lor tk.c ordinary
.J. i'i INit: Jacks mvi.'e. wSuc'i' monon prevai.ed, v.'in leujion.Ine 2t1\Varrrn 'operation; of (Imx'cinmenl, providing .if cr.i'v! for
>
: 1 commit when aji
and made tic 1'j.e resolution tillered on yesterday by Mr. Gautier xxareul MM-it t!Lire!!!, I ti.e lee 't r(5, rejjirieiii 1 ttlicient

iI b: I tvas I'Uro.Juc' read ihv. liisi lune, ] : fiuin the or.L s of tl.e day, and on his motion laid on tic: I i iuo"s and asked ieve:: L, ,.. again, xvl.ich xvas toncuirtd inK I civil', militarv and naval service, nrvj nut anmunt 10 more than

C. ('- r of the day for loti-: 'rroxv.lr. ) thirtu niillitus of dollars annualiv iiicludu.g the Pension
labitf.TiiO. ho svste.n
t tie : e. -
vYi MI it miroduc I -*l tne folioxvtng: ileso'ut'uin. viH / : i j. I 10 o'clock. I of tiinnei ears. Tii5> calculation, deaaci-sl bv the Co'miiuilf
unt lo-u.orroxv
be it1rct- res'l.iiion tiered on yesterday by Mr. Bellamy, was oniiis 1 lie hou-e then adjoun.ed -
Judici
ih :
** V.-1. Tin: i'je committee on :iry tlie : motion po-ip .1:J to ne: future day Tmr.-im J.uuiiix 24 1 3J. e from the Treas.-f r's accounts fiom 121 to IK tncluivi -

cd t en j I.M :* : ti! t x;' %-lit ncy iii f alseriug and uinendmg of ibis i On iiioJmn of MVanen t.e! bouse then! adjourned until The bou umtury -
tinV of 11 s for liie; o'.fu-crs; pr'lU .n' iid.iy next at 1oc:cK. i! I jne eiit, the j.; uru.i' i.f y .vi .'days ;proceedings-; re.id. 0:1 s-'nuewhatiJCerent data,
: xv ;. rli v.-as ;iv'o;>!cd on tus motion. "* Movixy, Jinuary 21, 1 .33. i Mr: i '!iiiiih pur&u.nsl tii piexious notice ;r4t i, and obtained S b.; wjmjcfi t..t- average expend.lure of six years, from 1S-26 to
A i t'u'i' f-! 1 -an act c wermngestrays- on motion 1 I'sJl me- :>i.e, lor ail ordmarv and .
z. lixed
bingprt b.!! eiititlul an act to mcorx >rite the city exp r.-' together
ani nuje order of i.e day The house mt p'r M3nt to adjournment; : a quorum: t aL lo .iiiri'ib.ce a | 1
r if MIo v..:u. pojip.Ji.cJ. tie nt the journal of :'Uunlax's ;puteduigs: vas read. I I"' St. \MguMie i ," and i to repe.l the acl enliilnl an act to in- witii ino'-e ii: a less perrnaneut character, but jjinwin*' out of

for t tmorrotv.An thi iitn 1initcd Mi.: i C.i: d l ir gave uof.ct ihit he xxillon Mime future dayaii e >rv, rate I If tic en* of S:. AuguSiine, :i|'pioved the 1 I Itii ot Feli- t 1.m. regular rii.d humig-cu mmtmmued policy of our legi:>!L tiun, as Hir
o.l l j'l om;1'4 1 *' an net to extend! I I'irtiticatioiis! } hou Sec.
I navy-vjrds 'ghi 'e iaieil
engro \ .fs ..xt i,* mlrothice a 1 bill to t entitled "'an act atiH'nd.iiurv i is.'l xc'. \\ is read u.e tirsl time by us title ;.Kid made is al 13,1-1$ _
by Inw, for'divcjili..ng for ilie, *to<'k *,f tl.f Uik: ru.iiv OoO dollars.! l't> this MI :, tiie acl pas>et| at the L Nt
: unlcrtd il.c: Uili be -. ;'the se. el ai acts to ptukido for the! building a tt KeW. \ i tlie order of the da ir t, -iiiorro.Mr. \\ seviou ex-
: read a linrd: ; time JU.l ;,u ci tit '* aid obt lined i tending the sv tep.i of fexohihonary [tensionsvill
notice asked : lliri
tIi require
; -: (a.n. i'-r paiMi i .1 I I'lv.io.o ,
iii. .e the MibM-rib r toti 1 ( MI motion of Mr. L'ellamy:! )ir. lihrjnt! xxas odded to tl.eir.i leave to mtiod. ce. a bl:! lo bentit.t d .iu :id to ;aiiietid an i >onie curs -in adihtiomt: Mini wl.ich is nut w t TiiUv! a.-i-crtaineJ: ,
A '. ti en''uled "an act to t-Korpirate I but is cerljinly nut ''s. than one million if dollars. Ifaif
"* sr-iud .* and ohliioiion : ; ; 01Ir. ::iu.ce. act ti. :iHlion-e tn >a. of ceiluin :..iids belonging lo i.e heir'sof >rhcriiiinual
I" l .uik of F'ri.1.i. v aread a t.u: I milhiin! he.uliled the
( .-ia l be icJirrcJ to a cou.nuJiee \ (i.iiiii.Mg.tve notice lint he: will on si/me future >\\.i\ JO.'M, runner ilec'd. end lo a[ui)'iui a uiiMie to i S a rry ..Inesai.ie I to tnlargetl expenses of >urpresent
dTc1 to In.ban iiicv fir
of :Mr. Ii-1'.Hiny 41 ti the erecno.i of vtmnni-ituust
I j ai i ..ee: 1.) mtioibice a but to be eni..Ki i .11 act to ;pro1 i i'1 into etiics; .vliicfi xvtis reid 'tie ti.X time and on uia moli'in t and pub..ctores
XViHlle: ti Us|; 'U V.On Jor future amid LIr1ture-eeLi of
l'l ; all
0 C1irtmfljeI1eii-s!
< vard thrt house then adjouined until t t ibr holding ;l L' nt.xt >.>*ii.n of tne legi>.;:itivecouncii, and the I mai'e itie order of the da:; fir to-mornnv. sorts, in-
of M". J io
moti-ri eluding ot coliism'.s
: loose xv.in tOY
t : term of lie loint ol' :tj> >- ai iii ttit. eity Ii't.. Augustine." l K ll _a\c I i-'iiu m ti.a: in vill .ui > ii fu e it ty, u.it >iiu! f i teinpot.iry rn [xiwer-t or

: t-j mo TO''morning I 10cj.. .k. I 7. I1 ?.*. :Mr. Ciindir! p.n uin'1 t.) ;ite\.i notice, i 1. t" :ji: Liriilil u a* l Li ran: aa JttLi'.flti trra jt tt tiv su'tn-( I the Initial tribes, the clear revenue of n.Ven mi! i' i" mivs '
Turr. January ?
: nvY. cover ail ih-il: cnn l>e for national .'i.t
u-quired
exj : ti.ris
I
; liaiil"! > m
b"aijj le.ue'o ruiod-ie .i tiiil t.i l tv i-ntitinl .umct lo mcorp ir.Mttne II c-mit MI !j < 'tLLty. ordmary
Tjji- 'u'.e h'i irsuanl' t lo a.1 1,0-an "int. a {ii'innn aic d. and lunin <1 lm.es. 1'ni.s il will be remarked
p .1. ;iroUMnil: K;>lsO"p.il; Congie.'Titi of Jvev \\esi, uhicii.in Mr.! (2inji.t{ Jtr'4L.t.i .o prrius I.0i.C 1 sum i-* ll.il e- tui..teiia ;
pre-t n', l .': lo'ir's: l of 1 v '*t >rdiv- pr< -ivl n' s iv.is-ivl-te-:! and oltni 1 ma iiioti.in.is 1 Had I tlie n'rt thie by itstiile I and maJ-j the v- i. m r.>iur, .1 .nl 111 i- t triiJ i i .ltt l ).r--t III!,* lIt u.tu'' I itie proj>er permanent revenue of the nation bv tt.e ecrc'iryiif

Mr. M Mi.ini pLr u.i't to mvio.i> uday i.ext.Mr. t. p iii i' 4 u-iru.uns"irt i"i- rr'i.--) o-.ii 'tu rrs msoi to.tjiir, I the Treasorv in in? reports; of the 1.it :nd ;prt -ent year
loaut'io
bill to be t-ntitl'd an act .. '. ..ict. _ad fit l.i s t>\ u> title, anjC.
'i.-1 'i .ive to introduce, a ; .Ta i (.itr: putI loses, V. .IS n a But in making this estimate th .s sum is as,ainii] L. .,
: Co-Upton to i-ex.ous notice ked ard obtained I ; t.u *> -
d e-'ali'ish i I Ltittct ; puiMi.ini ( a '
i ts
v
si.i'ierv tfiert-m nam to a .;hUfll 1'0'Ks art OldiltU <) X\lllitH.
17.:" 1 .i. e uumi mitiee not as abso.utflv nett-ssarv tor ihe nf
.e.ixeto inin.'jijc** a hut to l.e i ntilieii 4'ict reiriilHlin- litert. ask I.a.r.Ju I Mipptirt goxtrnmem
an u
nij-'i- Jl t t4J itt ,
read t fir*" 'HIM and 0:1: his motion, e <- .*lr. VV'iiil.t ixc nitii. tiat he ou s .jfe futiuediy but
V je'j v.ax if v.ieIi! was rjid tl.e Sir-t I and IV.iiaC.il I as being liberal and abundant. Looking uiamlv lathe
t. Irs
J.a 1J rntriiiiy; < i ttee> : tm e on inUion .:i. d lull, to proVide ir the g Lrutei jt tl.tuy ui
I 't oulei oj lii' ill, fe ties I piovidmg.i safe, permanent, and honorable revenue. iu't u
in :' 'tn.. of Shannon i a rid Uii'iupravini : 1r .1.1.! j iin (1I.:4: t.a.is.1,1/next: and co i.
er p.-i-MMiind1
MC'v ieid .mil I n f r 'i id MI be written.M .Mr Ga.ilicr MX : no'i'-t-1* al i-c wll on i''iufuture d>ix a-k If-avc I the extreme possible linn* of cxp* use, ttity have not sought to

? to hr n-i.cvrd f oni; I double oniiiiiitt t Xfineli C..t.ns.Mr. wa. : J Meic.j'iin l gixr: n Mice that he xvil! on some ft.lure dav, ,. ii&u-.d'm. : a ...*i 1>J If. w.l.llit.-d "an UU CoUCtUUU.," siilw* Ulliia II. find the lowest 3U'.n to which a rgdK: tc.inrnc..d l admiiik'trat.on -
< iTr1 t't- e ( ij :
0.1 n> !in tio'i Jo seconded by a L'g.slalion of Congress
'
of U: jU'ti ieoti.\vli r'i i. I u> to into.it.ee : ( .juti ui. *'"*'iit''d !ii 'f'liiun rtt\.rrt-.i U.t J
> pr U'aiP from ih 'nt n.i-imiue whom Was ti.e Treasury could reduce national
iii.uru of (;:id-4en| C'Hjiitv. \ r. ii 'r t-i expenditure, t-i t nave
ta'ule until ih tr i :
0.4 moiion of !Mr. Ward. was Jjid on tic 1 li; .; il'iri, f ji.'eM-iii'-J in- nemniii, | of.Iee I II. Wi.l.-. 1. 14' .1. .u 'if AiUnV.. (
."\ mu cuii-t sai .11 t'J' ccr.ai I xvi'hed to secure M regular mnc.rue,anlpiv -utficiint, not otiy! fir

.. 0; ; C J 1 ." !n-Xt. 1 .xir.-i, rep >ri..il a lull i..i l.c! r.Uf .,:* All. a U Cici.an, \\iuf. j1r. .vidinr on a 'mbt aL scale tiir object within
XiC U < lend. .ill.I oil lii> inoiln.i lei! l u ii In a selrCt Ciliii.I- I every toe just
d tlf iouinj] resolution : ii.t the for tu-n.ir-
H1 fit ifiirojuri : i 4 iI1 ttsl lam. a-.i'j. i.aJfc t)4mdtrof tiay li'u.ts of feder.d! lej.M.itio.iiiat
t1 >T5rJTI' I ,.. Me rs. Mr..ill-ud, .,.mih, iJeil.imy, \X right, Blouni ii j I can advance the h.Ziurur pro -
wj.puiijted .
'f f i.vd.. Tbat a > -ii-ct co.ni'.nUei-I roy; of
; 'difiicy of petitionm Couurt to ic- r.rj-1/. I ( Mti-i er v.'te ;ij>p >j t. if.I M.. V."arre fr-n lh : cormntitie on .a iS lxhoni the same La., ( peritv a naiion lovmg peace, vet prep>ar *d for xxar, bul

1 ,.)iftnt: tt> exi 4'M! Lr"runiHii -'i a1* to aut'.on:::4 !{. pe";>l'-: i-* '< 1 '1! .i ren pji >c.ii d tIC pet.lion of I'aac: Varu praying aMV.I .11 i :1. ru, i.i tte: ih.! t it iw ijj n-p'ir : { luo-eover of t-> leave such a balance; alter defraying the ordinary
; I \vl.5r1.' uaaie.id and reli-rnd .. nt-ti'i 5f A. C si-i vtHi. | cn.irgts: Government. ;is m.iy meet any unusual arid imexcted -
) ilaia
t (jmcrimr and I S cut'iry, nud t to aid l :. S.iii; r to : r.j r ; j o.i us motion to a seuct I'll. < iii. Un >, ou m t'.e HI .
I. adooted Me-Mi. 15 u it.K.ii ..1 .'O'fii.juu: :.Mtvis..iiif*., v Uiirr and \Vaid x'.cie :u JpIJr.I .! .zI:' S. ia ilUiks : 1 !t. "sia .".i li.-iitii -as It.ttU, l [ *- lietnands.: ot: er inan l hose xxhich xxould rise li oni a stat*
i.-l '. i.rb m-iii.jn v\a : ;
j fVf iv l.a m> if and ainif continued xvarfaie. The *
: t. IXe lo Icp[ >: t : I : regular chance, too, ot
.
.h. \Viili I*, I lie I4IDV :ii i i'. ;iS M-iniv oir"itd fitoxx.g! ) resolution! a vear
.* the, 1' iln\in.'-1 Uo.v, d) tli.it I lh<- c'.nimitt. ou i iht! J-J < ti.e viii'it / : fi
M 5tti1L1Ve exaiuiiiation ano :i vi s. ra.n >-f 't.e sa MG, are tau t. } or t ii, arIiii fiom tre tiuctuat.ons' : of trade the
or '
.. {' : '. t ti.i. I'-iiiiiiinliet. ,' I be anthori/el pohi'cdchaiig's
irof ; on 11.hlr: touip.ov
IflV' tJ.' -xpcd.t! ; i fttt d:4: :irv, b<' instrueh-d to enquire I hi.tt Uie jJiajcr iliere .1 ouht_ ,,ia ti, .. .jIJ\S d.1t.'ptc'fufly I of t.re.u iuUon ents also anofher
The ni'e! of h, !pic strong
I'Trei v.inn s V''tie! M-VI-HH Js..1'l l ; a ;iej'n. t.'ie J.ousi. niir xvux'cil tie said argument.
D I. Coiij'n to I' c ti: siibmut. tl, ubtr.aca.iof
t'.* Sirn-no) COMJI-J of I tl.e teiritnry, v.c\t; \ : A% tj.d 1 lot I.'. ':u'ult: d :ui .jet lo .1 U L!iul i.: 'tlii ciriuriis-j i< neriMtiti'i > titi-j annual tnioimt, joevr of hfteen million-! the revnt'e -
&d< ; < d. I be reduced.
: asl All
:Mi. Clnndl'-r I introdiir.'.l ti! ** f.i'.i'nvinresolution.. \i-/: : 11:1:1:1: d M e..l..bi! :, :: !>.>;Uijk \va-> reiI astiondtmic S J.inuary24h: 1S33. lieyoml tills must b>'a neeulieS

Riilv d. Tint: tin- .lu.'icnrv' OMJMM t I it. ii.; >lr :ci1 I 1'enqilt' p 1 toit; t.n; t.rders of tlje i.iy, x\.j i nthe hou'..e n-ol\ed Hs< L' rit'i !' v I'.td, l hi': ih" "onrmiee on rltftr.* '' dlshnrge*. *roef'i'r .. bu-iiei upon Uie iueue-a; tax failmg, direcilv or indirectly!

( : ; i-ol the \\ho'e: .iwJ nstl the under 'iu'lira-. eumiiI.rai'i! ..f the pefriu if A I*. x'aw-onl othirs, t tkM.f I upon iht I Uiidand laU>r of the countrv, certainlv injurious in
i ulJi.u
into the XfM-di'! 'ncy of rvviMnr ll.e e\'HJiir: ci.i"iM6tit'il same '. ; S I :. r .... i .- .i.i.t._ ... .. -v
it th.! 1iriturv. Mini to rir1; l y b.y or )tljertrjvo.VtiT I o'n. .I V.I.t'I.fliV I irsi* : >.s lit couniiiiu i ,I e el|,oried the In.lv1io.t} : S. : Ilia kuisUlix I couiicil), \\ J ifh s .s if.tdanil U.U oil ta i ia us c..tv.i.uu.i ,;.i>ujoiuuiquai.. enabling Uie Treasury only
< 4.vJu d
to :and I .t ra Ct our pub bv
endnii'litn h (tutu t >-ii.nrruw.V.r. ic councils lempling to
ali 1 l.A l. a :< uartineunid! in I bh.e Jnuiu1, aiui tr.e >..udl.iii txpen
\ on IIH tiolitiII1 U. .l; I mo'.inU of Mi. .Mi icfeired : C..III..r] tr. in the ronniiftcr n iUtlh(1 l i bills, ported HS coc. dttun, e.t..er ot doubtful cois-iituiioual right, or nicousistenE
htMMitilli-d *' to ri-\iv< ami ( OtIT'fl( iii l<'ret. V.M.i'i ifiiaiii. to the committee '
11 an :s' .
to ili.UU'o
-
.1.4! .1> > i.t'itotthsh f ttit V of
iu.d: : I !v i.r tit u< i a rry acfo- iiv will* ihe simplicity republican inMiiunon-
h statntng 1ieirpu.-
j
rivillt". co.egt
.1 -
an 'id 1.i tii1ijng: a iVrry o"-r Kt. J .nijx at ," whu-h wa signed bv r fit. t Ire 'i'nf I rit. r.iJ ha/:titling their pernianeiict.T .
.-. t.1 :to l I.- I'utitu d .1 ti act to inc the of Si.
onmil I *n of Mr.1 Warren rrfern-il to in M-:442flI:4t; **u tst iif ihe rule b nuUrv. -" act of 1 3-2 ias made a partial: reduction towards tliispont.
.'1 Twas lead as cond lin.e i limn liie orders of tlie ri.iv.
of iht'! li'rnioi v. ttiVtu1 'i wit : But thi
i' ) L1.14er act the from
A I bJI!I to I 1it rnli'li'd; an!l ncl nmc"nuni'" vivss'" tr.i nation .'.hen tut'hoiisr ifso'xeij ilsi'l!' into a oinii.i'tee, of the whole, !lvi d, That the iort1It c on the si i"nf r> : rrory, Ie c-ic..iated! revenue the customs tor tie
next'ar i : in the of the-
iiid the undei I of :Mr. Conijitun: irferred to the ianltte 0:1 a LI tC'- .ud same l c i .iiiiu'ttd: to i-rii'uire into tlu- ixjH-d.tivy-t': j i vhit a Trei ai about eighteen millions. This
fM'.i.mii': e repoiled Ine b.li xxilh amendment, \xliich XVIN Con- :.i..j. r dt.-vi.cs> it.i ;h.s. tunurv, a. i' fu c-.i:sbUst.t! ike! imc bv j iry is made upon an

turr.lull be rntltl.'d "an net to iwortnrale in! > Vni-in Hank r.uit-d in bv ie ho.isr, ami the *:od bill xvi's ordered lo be tnJIOM'IJ | Liw. i tun.tr founded; on the average importation Cut the last six
A to
\ii 3Sfd bill be P1r1! ff w i 1.ida wars. Ti.e probable) avenge of ine next six !br
.in.i reul thud lime eruri to eiii:1- hf TT i lorci-ouiir year reasons
: :a on thursday; ii't. !
of 1'i' .1 I wS.ir'.i' i< n-fcried i a <.> jw.in. e ol t thwio'i *- >
; Wlilcr will: be Hereafter -fated
tliinl and .i e.at : vvilleKCt-id that If
i" tune M ijia 'u'v.- v; > osMi.ate. to
resolution: :.en, tolon mtroducrd by Mr. (laniier p -
.ed until 'e.I li. : ciuiueert -
hou-". vVM fin niitiioii of :Mi. McUnlj j* i ip! \\ Fo.fa .'%H"MS. lii.idt. iiiai.d sum w .. --t : --v > : V .L, .-!-. Trt-.d u', tilts -BIU be added the income liotn ihe public lands, ihe Treas-
!
i.iig : !
: t tne u:; rsii iij e.st \\i; < iiideunitely Mi tioned. \
next ind in.ult U! > ,nder of t.if dtO'i \ | ; .M 1. s r>. lit: II. B ...IU > l.ioi.. < '. .;.!.. !. <(' > % f.'tM.er.r Ir .'. .i .. urv xvouid tective, under lhal act, a revenue for some
b l he eiitii'c.l I
A : to "aiiJ'Ct to establi-b the yean
tion! ol I Mr, Me/chmi, UKi.i. IUMtl.cn adj( turned untJIV a terry aco: s .I..JCII.I. Pt \ .. ..ra. '
!ii' i ai. et i-- .x .C->s.s. .L. hereafter, of not less timu tixenty mi'hons and I ''f and
\ u'in couchv ru t tsr. xv a- lead .1 Srri,I.tl time fiom I tie orders! o 'J prol-
tOnitu. 10 o'cck.) HiSimf., :. au.i U'rijrtit.1-.< : 'f Jii u :i.- t.i<> I"* as t xt.An I ably cf I 1'iaii txvi ntv-tive miLions
Fir) \v. J.ii' nry 1 l L3. 11 e.l.j.and. onl"ied to lieengro..s J ,,ijl i rail ij-ain on tomorrow j jI'he enzroiM d bil ,"t'. \h. i..i I IJ til an in alu.r Hit .riir >'ou1.1.1 moie from five nine exhibiting an annul

Tlie }IJOU-T met pursuant to :a.i{ in'H'it: ti P1' ''' L.i; H solutions filleted hy: \1 r. IJn >-t t or Saturday; : list, xvere .zi_ i..u'i v C"iui ui" Cj.uiM'tii .nit:' v," \as rc ui a il srU'ii.w a-iit CXCrsS of lo faiiniv millionover th 'u- i uses of the!

ie.nl :M. 1 on his motion ; u' thcr vxhich d oftkrtti th th 1..1. l.ea J's' G' inzi.ent, uiMiig every m the Umitd Mates to i\
the j jourjial of yiMcrdavs ni 'n'<' 'din f r' j ;put >i: p.i>.s..ge, motion { pass : u \ i.An
prt.-.1i1. simileo: inoe: than its sh.ire. of thai utu\dt! J-tbr .
Mr. B-'llnuv introduced t1.Hesi.hvd '. f..tvit.r' reMihition vix : J 1j van* .J.and t..t- >:tid n s'.!i.lion> aie adopted.A in r..sid bill In ut-'iuii-o :oiact to inforj'trjMiraie; V PI oUM.UII excess.Tlit'
h-'l be L "f Ki\-0 it '* v, t. rt.id ahi.d f\ces, in theopinion of tne c' '::imiltie, sj.ould be reduced
entitled Cunciti' ,
to r.iiu.ci.jtal 411
i{ That: all rfSohitiontntrodnc''d: into th Itnsi-: '. : p an art t to n.c irporale[ : a bank in tl.e

Shall of course, he onras tl.e table! one day, \vi.ic i o.i; I ''is motion town of A ; ;.!i.ueiiicuu!: ,"' fiom I'iconhrs oi i the day xvas takt ni.p. '.Iti.r, din in-'d : u.dciiti ih tt ..littitlt i>i :j -abti-. Iv the present Congress, at d ui luc present tune. Tkextmfuist.iiieiit

: nd on u: motion i of :Mr. Wan en postponed until! & tIIiesi lay A hill tf. !t41' Mtii'.id, "aaict: -4-daliii lie r.m '.1 titeie-t, was uI f the debt and the t nniaeuceniei'1 tit the ne?

\ 'II1lI')1t.4I. r< .ui a ii ipd TIV fm iv ..nit .* i.t tinUy, >L4.H : ii : Presidential term, mark this a tit se-ts'-u, for permanent fisca!

Mr. (Jautier introduced the) fo'Nmipy' resolution viRe.solxed. / : next.Tiie v.lx.d itb.h"II.TO .1 C'1T.Ittt( i f 'IC xxln !P-, a-.i' I i-i : -ami u.-ult i [ retrukiiumIt n vitally I imporiani, all
t.-o.; lo
bouse then adjO.irned until i! 10 o'clock eng-.iged in anrt
th! to-morro\v.
b directed to (
auditor to *
Tint t'-e p-ivoxer i-deru um : afure UM sj.ti-i li. ni i, '.!l.c '' C a: ->' : j ja t of ilu)se numeioiis commercial, iuanuaciuring agncuitursenierpri7.es !
or
marslial ot f the Western .ludiciil D.tricr, his s chnr .ns f>r st>r- TUL DAY, lanuaiy 22, 1'33. d! MI. ("at.UT .!u-r-fi..iii rtjior ui t.nMn.-s. ".'I jl-PL" :tae {" "ir |

vices rendered to the I territory ; where tic1: clnrg"< are ailo-.x- The house met pursuant t-t :idj.iti rluu1i nt, a quorum being :ic'iin: \\hiih t _is i-ouciirn fl in i i.; I ll.e h..its ', which are arlected by changesm the ratesuf:-

rd la' the Judire of t the i1'i.r r
3 when', the n'nditioti of Mieh! v'IViC4S i1Icnowli'dire not within t'.edirected :'i] Mi! eiiim: ;jiui >uait to previous I notice aked and obtained In I toll- \\ l.t t ui :a< : tn '-'. !.. rit. tt.! siets-ntKrb'o'i:e I Iu nU.ii.k i I from error m legislation! now lo know the intention and polici
e.iM's
in of siid Jiiilirp. th"ii tina ihtur 'hni iti is leave l's inirodic, : a bill lo t be entitled -' .iii act to alter the f Kl t Tul," ami fu r -"iiitiutc >;itnl tla uinan c, '. Itt i o >'i I i I of ihis goxeinmenl in regard to their >everai interests. TL'i

> al'ow' the I <;.iis e. sat.: fapl'irv videnue th!iii t'-ey! ueriperlinned tune of hoi l I ling the county -.ourt of (;;i(]id.n countv," xvlnchxvas } } \'. .ti rIII ill'r; tr"in reju| '.rie'5 |Tii rt-o.s, and ;t.ki kavc to fr t aa., I i occa>ion, UK, of economical reduction arlbrds a propitious cj -

: snid marshalliici upon i hid on tie: tab'e until) to- le.id; thi- lii st .iii-e and tn his m..Uon made the order of the, whi1 u i" t n nrii il in l Itv t'i' umiv1'la j ponuuily tO nitk such are-adjustmenU't f tie! rates of fimpous >

by d iy \\ednesdyy.. n.i,. 'svd lull i-i.u; t ltd m .n-l I u jun 1110r3 t. St. M irks'ty i. may distribute and equa.ue, amongst alL those barthetu

xnornnv.Mr. 'Kult r- 'il i UK.' i'ay' v.aa laid 411 the lain-, and nia.lc li.eordti' t J .. which be found fall
to /
v' Mr. I'lounl gaxe notice that at >-un.e future he shall | "may unpon any"xvhetierpressiiiv'
Brllamv introduced the foo\vintr!! n M'.niion! 7 : day, day for .' mini11ntxt.: .
THMMIMT of this Trniltiiy ask l I.I ve lo I mtjinhicc I I.H kiII.)%Vi lug I bills.A '"lhe4jl .. j I xvith peculiar hardship upon anv class of the cuniniuaity, an*
i4 That the I < f tl .
Hiiv! 'i wihir I I rcs..nui nfa-ndliy \1 r. T.aiu" s>'i f irnu-r i\: j
to Mib-cril e for fifty CMIMN ol tb<- pro;,, M-d ,Uhht1iOt1 of J. biii i. inceriiing luniialiuns of : itrtoiiuiimitetn--> poiiutd i'h m>t.tioiis I species of labor in any section of toe countrv.

D \V '*!oott, .Jr.J ol i the I d< ei' ions, ( t'I the ( uut: of ai 3, ; iTernlorv of I bill! e ,I'leerning rxeeutois and adrr.imsiralorand! a bill to inoiiirt miotli" cxjntlu in-y annull.ii" ur inodiiyin:; ihf t> oxi Deeply mipresseil bv these considerations, the commute

th coj.icx;; to be fu'l' l>*und, Tid t'ni' tjs- dinctfii c..uitruiuug contempt, of court.Mi. 'nnisot t lie- 19fn 8<-lion ol" tin an of No\i''. i r' lsl l"- ', cnii-lt ii i have prepared a bill! tor reducing, and otherwise altering tlifLraiesof I

IO : Ibr the said fiftv topics IMI -'ivery' of ilie MMIIO to thi : (Jl:andl r mtioduci d tile loilo-.vrig n solution : 4. an a't M .tt.ui | II i'id! ;>roee dns; ," was ag > --ad .aid uii"j{ dunes upon lbreign meichandi/e, wliah, 5houtd it met

Governor piv Ibr the u>< of the 'IVrritorv out of :any money in Ki-snixed, Thai a M $leet coininiiiee, be appointed; with in ltd, \lisais.I < xi'kr! bui.iha W.'i igtit were i>/ :tt i-J, t willitlie approbation of Congress, may serve as a basis lor 02 ,

nhii I to tiie struction- hiquire into ihe expediency of annulling modifying 'I Inr M'luiii.I 1-n-tefore: iui'r.'du.i d x Mr. 1 i- ''amx U> pr( viti! tinaucml system fur tIIaIiv veirs.
the Treasury, not otherwise i, :appropriated; acc ; or -
: the if 49tti fir jMircn isin .. Ciii.uu d-fisi >H6 i>{ I Ii. r -ii < | aN, wis oni.i..iou Throwing oui of view tor thepicser.f, the progrssiveIt
of the proposals for will publication. ;piov isjoiis < ti.e t st rtion of ihe ncl of NOV.; 21st I
terms rtlLr.i .5 :. -iii.fi i"i.unitUt.'v lie "Smith and
. Mr. \\tjiIit from the committeo on the .Iiidiciaiv lo whom I 1J2* tiilitl-d 1 ** an act i M j-i.iatmg; judicial proceutliuigs'vhicIi L'U> ml, %v rrc .to niiiip I. sr- vtv ditcii'in thai expeihency and even j.isiiceinay requmrethevhatixttI 1
i. laid! liie table until the revenue to be raised al a mil excing
bill to be emitted an act > on toin.u.ou: ultimalefy sum
J the same was referred, reported a Thil.im>c tiicii! adji'iir--td Ilmtii: t >-ei rn A ly Murk.
concerning patrols," with inndry amendments. \hich UHS read ?l1 I U.iulier 1 fiom the comnMtie!: (flu the state t of the territory, fifteen millions. The stocks"owned by Government.tw

the first time bv i's title! and on his moiion made the order ol)t tt toxxhoin xv. s referred the consideration of niemoiali/.ing the hOUSE OF' REniKSKNTATIVrS.FKIIIAV. regard solely as an offset to the remaining debt.

the day: for today.Mr states of Alabama; : and (ieorgia, upon t the subjt ct of t tI a cexionof Dec. 2*. Neither justice, nor any principal of liberal policy, can pf

,4 Ward from the committee on Bunk: to whom the srnie I I count-y bv I liios states-, to the territory, reporu-c a n.emo- Mr. Verplanck! fiom ll.e Coiiuniit.'e of \\ avs and Means, mit. without urgent necessity, thai the posi otllce saoulib g

had IK-IMI referred, reported a bill to be entitled
*- a B-ink in the town of Apalachicol.i: ,*' which) was read on the table. that Commiiiee xesterdav lo n\luce, and o.herxvisealter luedulie.s ami flu) more. It whole profits should be applied, as tbhereiofoie

A bill lo l.e entitled "an act to thr MilmcriUrs been to the improvement and extension ollem titeS
4 tTie first time, and made the order of the day for monday next incorporate tithe on nupoits : ,

auI eighteen copies are ordeied to !Ije written* L.iuon Bank of Florida," xvas taken up fiom the orders ofI REPORT OF THE IOMMITTF.E. giving time greatest p
Mr. Ward from the select committee to whom had b''en refered I lie tlay, when the hoti! e %Vt lit into committee of th* wl I ole The Committee ol "vYavs and I Mean-, in I obedience tw the charge to the dilfusion intelligence, and ihei

the petition of sundry inhabitant* of St. Marks praun-j I' ujion[ said bt'l, after sometime speni iherein the comniittt arose, order of the House, have had under consideralion to such of the change i>f corresjxmdenee. S

an act of mcor|>oration reported a bill to beentitVd! "an act and Warren rexiried| progress, ami asked leave to sit again Message; of the 1'ies.idenl of the United States referred lo them The only source of revenue on which the committee PtOI

; t/i inconxirate the townof St. Marks": --\\hich on II'H motion on to-morrow, which, xvas concurred in by the house. as relates to siit hi further reduction in the it-venue as may not to rely, are the Public Lands and! the Customs.

was read by its title the first time, and made the order of the The committee of the A'hole house took again un .er their Ulequired for objects of general xvelfare and public defence! The Public Lands, ai the then pie. ent system of sale, *

consideration, a bill to be entitled 'an act concerning ,patroN," authon/.ed now safely be calculated as producing an annual incointrot'
day for monday: next. by'.heCon> and noxx submit the Mowing *
A bill to le entitled an net concernitijr pat rol ," from flue and after some time spent in the consideration i thereof arose, Report : millions and a hall .

I orders of the day, was read a second tune by its t-ile, \.hen when Mr 1 Bradford t ) fiom said committee u I reported the I said bill The: xvhole if the debt of the nation remaining; unpaid at the
to the HmiM' with MU III try amendments which Ii is true that various plans fer disposing of t1mese131t
of
the whole concurred
the bouse resolved itself into a committee noon are expiration of the pre.M-nt, year, amounts only to seven millions
Mr. in by the house an"jjhe said b.ll i is ordered tie such a manner as to withdraw the proceeds from thet
therein when lo for
Said bill, and after sometime spent anise, engrossed six teen thousand dollars, u sum lcs I than h the market value of funds
Bradford from said committee repotted progress and a>ked a third reading on -"rsday next.A tl.e stock of the Batik of the! I'mled Mates owned by Govern of the Treasury, have been proposed by the liigMthority.

next which is concurred in by bill! lo be ent f I an act to tabli.sh a ferry across the ment. The The committee do not purpose to enter into an!|' .
leave to sit ajpin on Tuesday application 1 til this fund alone, (independently ot cussidn of the merit of 3I*
of said Withlaucoochy was read a third time and passed these propositions. Until it be
the bouse and on fnotion of Mr. Gautier eighteen copies ordered the other stocks m incorporated companies subscribed lor and
that the title be as above. held by legislation, they must regard the actual system as tl* 'ti
bill are ordered to be written.The by government, and amounting at its original or value
The house then until o'clock par lied policy of the Government They must, however o U
. 10 adjourned 10
house then adjourned until tomorrow morning at lo-morroxv. to the further sum iif lSbO,000) make the commencement
may
thai should
that jxilicy be changedsuch alte alion xvou*.
O'clock. of the next year the epoch of that happy and memorable *

4 SATITROIY, January 19, 1833. VEflNEspAy, January 23, 1S33. event," Oil the near appioach of which the President has justly of necessity overthrow or disarrange the plan of finance

. The hou'e met pursuant to anjournment, a quorum being The house met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being congratulated Congress and his fellow-citizens, the extinction proposed.
L
read.Mr. present, the journal of yesterdays read. of Throwing out of account altogether the large sums e Pv'
proceedings
the journal of yesterday's proceedings was xvas the public debt of a great and free nation." The
time and I
I. present in former 1
the United
Chandler gave notice that be will on monday next Mr. Bradford gave notice, I hat he will at some future day, the occasion, whilst they are fitted to awaken the noblesl feel. years by States in acquiring this ten |_
to introduce a bill to be entititled an act ellectuallv either by arms or by purchase, logelher with the past &f j|
act of
ask leave lo introduce a bill to be entitled an I meow more to Secure hugs time palriot. and to give confidence and ardour the
a of Wet the solvency of all the banks in this to of our land system, as jet unliquidated hy the proceed ijj
fate the prote tant Episcopal Congregation Key territory, and to sub principles and! hopes of every friend of republican institutions

also that be will on some tittare day ask leave to introduce a ject them to the payment of damages if they refuse, or fail to call also upon u.s with equal force to discharge those -, sales, theie are oilier current expenses now defrayed fri'

.. b en'itled an act to incorporate the Columbian! SaltCwnpan.r pay specie for their notes when demanded." and honorable! and practical duties to which have been'cordially weighty general funds (it the 'I'reasurv which inilit bejustlychal
bill *? we
to time income front
Mr. iuutier the lands should that made a
notice that tIpiifl -
West." gave he will on some future lay : invited uc '
at Key aske leave introduce bill liy our Chief'iagistrate.. The removal of those, fund and which if paid from thence would thus far di "r !
to be ,
notice tin be will on some future day, a to entitled, "an act to amend financial burthens which be found fall ,
Mr. Compton gave the navigation of cold an act to authorise the disposition arid Hale of certain lands be and time may lo unequally upon I the amount of revenue necessary to be drawn from othtf1ces .,i.I i.
bill reduction
leave to introduce a to preserve any, of time revenue to such a limit "slial I
fek
as These
the heir of John are, 1st The of the Land
longing Ui Tanner dec'd. and to be culNistemmt with expenses SystCjf
creek in Ecambia county appoint a tIme simplicity of an economical Government
i writer Uantier to previous notice asked and obtained trustee to carry the same into eflect, approved 18th I). cud iei :and nicessary to anclh'cient public service." -about 50OOO dollars annually. .-
I Mr. pursuant 1827. 2d. The expenses if Indian Annuities Education and uI 'j
bill lo be entitled] an act in relation to injunctions The examination: ol'time ,
introduce a general accounts of the *
leave to receipts >&
winch on his motion, was read the first lime by its title, Mr. Smith gave notice that he will on some future dav introduce expenditures of the United States for the last six am stipulations arising under the treaties by which we haveo
: years present!S ed session of these lands. exclusive S \
au act to incorporate tho city of St. Dii> These, wholly
Augustine and the !
cftrrci to the /ulciaicommittee.. tor following icsuits : The aggregate expen'ditsre lie ab ""* '
0bd f I charge oi Indiaa euiigration, amoUiit aU>reaeut to







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:: bbk b beftrefiia state; to tli niRclvcs, and &' Ktifl mot unfortunate i .4 !! !!e '?8 tht th* PresHfent "slwfl Mce car* incident, tra lie denouement of this trngcdy bravery of these boys. After Jkcir treatywUV-

ihe lildiati utle. Cherokees-and Mt ater may htve been the spirit, that the lawab faithfully executed"and in compliance tragrdies converted into a tarre." GeneraVajne! a fuend of She Indian Who
which has influenced them to the course hey have pursued Uvith that constitution he baa sworn that he will faith-
-and how ever obstinately they mayliave adhered folly exeruie the office of President of the UnitadStates. w-re killed, made an enquiry of a man fnvi

-- ---- to the counsel ot" their employers, aiders, and abet-!I ." (See Constitution United Slatei. article second, THE JOHNSONS." Poor little fellows, they Short Cre'k, what had become of the bnvR

r--- g441tiitAi : tors. \ ('t the pri-scnt tatc ,f things U such, that it is I and sections third and first.) On that high authority, are all killed or taken prisoner !1" ** o mother wfto killed the Indians I lie was Mn4\vPred

th.it subuii, the "to the and under this solemn obligation the President has determine "
enough- llu-y case inugiiAn.- we are here yet that they lived at the same plare, with par-
I hilly of the tt.te." They shall therefore go fret. And that he will enforce the Jaws. And this is the
-- Know Vr," that for and in consideration of ail the fore high cinne, this M the insufferable despotism, for which The following narrative goes to show that enta ; she Indian replied, You have not

be of New Orleans: denounced the long continuance ot the Indian war had Jone their should make of
JANUARY 86TT. gum;; circumstances, and many more which micht the hero n as an enemy to right, you kingi

7A ITRDAV MOKN'SU. numerated have thought proper tu remit, and d.> the libertie* of hi* country! This simple obedience to inspired even the young lads of our country, these boys.-Dr. Jo-tph oddridge.

ltie dl" by \inue of$ the powi-r vested in me by the cousuiunon ; lht> plain req un e menu of t.ieconsti'.uti in. this honest not only with all the bravery, but even the
l ,. -"" < '; r' fcllU- eiiaged herfby rcinitthe further expcnlion of the senti nec compliance with the sacred obligation nf his olh'cialnathH
I c "iJi, UIIpn U-tnk Hill. U it li l-robably, pass IIJ | .! the conn .gainst the smd Samuel A. "Worcester the deed for which tint most eminent citizen, this moid subtilty of the Indians themselves. Yesterday (the first day of the new year)

''fV''"" of rcadIt1Z '- viut wilt be j.ulumuc tatt, j Khzur itutier ; and order, thai they be forthwith disiu disinterested patriot, is reviled us an unruinci) led tyI In the fall of the year 1793, two boys of the neither House of Congress sat. A huge concourse -

) niurui to\. > Much tlur imwtant] I cli:i \ rant! This i'* the high dutf. in the discharge-of w hich.I name of John and Henry Johnson, the first 13 of > inters, as u.ttil- !. thronged the Mansion -
. Jttc lII whereof I havehereunto Innd I cilizens of the stale have "determined to
as w.ll i lestimonv my certain oppose ant the latter 11 old whose lived
tht inripitcnt'stasts years pareuts of the President of the I'mted States and
fCl through
t, r hjs 1' and causitl thtS i>eal of thr tcutive dclarunent, j him with a ni'lilary! iVce. If tho** infatuated men who ,

.ie I r ,\ lli mrtiil'i.j i IKKf utrixt tl, thi> t"'urtci-Rth I'.PV of J inuary, ill coinpo the O ii'thorMf and Central Committees have in Carpentei's station, u little distance above tendered him the compliments of tin stm'on

,' i .vt >u tu bin': us 1T4! I t'sung nut flig nce- the yar of oar Lord, one ihmisan'i eulH uiKl.ctin'i : determined lo tisht against the star-spangled bannerol'th the mouth of Short Creek, on the westside with the respect due to hi- station, and were,

I I U. ulvvlj toKi"a.f.T'.iiirtT jCfitLI nnkr P&drtzzo i ll.irty-ih.er, mid of American l.id: ;ju.-Mict'c < :r coui.trv ; i ifthev have resolved to imbrut- their of the Ohio river, were sent out in the e- a> on similar; occasion-., courteoiiblv recet.ed.t.id
tii ( t nut tii- fit'-.y-scvt nth. Vv 1LSUN LL 'Ml'KI. hand-in iiiel.J."l ol those virtuous citizens who m.iv
ii L vcKiii! to hunt the cows. At the loot of the i. 1 Inf.
Lt 2-1
: :ii '': r laws of thir cut r > ,- .t. ir -t.
hud "By !:>< joTi.t'r, SP ctmtirinfN'd, i<> su-laiit tile countr ; nei
: vt.. i Ifl sr/riit yuo.- Hositiliti' itiioDOK A. GRCEXF.' .-cret.uy.*' i :uTeet.onatHv :lmonish our fellow citizens, \\bti ccnstiI ii\er hill, at the back of the bottom, they set -

r nitl'i! -i lCtc: i. the French and! Dutch That the public nmy be apprized ni the grounds upon I lute the xei m ir.ry of the state, to whom the propos.il of do Mi under a hickory tree to crack nnt> ; af-- l r.'..i> *it u r ol.. I. ii .or. tjr v e.. i.

r ts am1V, | : imiMv.L1 N a.nuru; Eurupen ooliMiu wliirh thcrnissiuuares etc (,t lu2Ws- irnisin: an m-ui gttit xulunii't'i coips[ liall IK* made, tur Let sonii- tune, they saw two men coming to- I I lit Xit'Ulo a t ..t, 5>Cil .11, CtMI.'i

t dcl t crcra war.L in this state, are n r ifsted ttjru'e the Jbregoi.ig *dd tlir t'jin! s-c1.: 'nof the tiiu.l Article of ttie Conbtitution -
% papers them whom had bridle in his
; tf A; waids one ol a "
M '
against an insertion in their respective papers. r>f t'i' 1'ristHtl Statevvliich is m the lltivvini homas; r.rtmn ai-. othi re drfentlant.-v \c '
L '',", i ii v >ii --.'t3td in closing Oporto Pedro whose words; "Treason aztiti-t the l/'mtt-d *tales sliail coas'Atonly hand ; being dressed like whit* men, they IV appearing} t.he .sdlisUciion of the v that

in- ritIl.f' -i' d p.wriOrs for Don FROM THE COCRIFR AND CNQUIRCE.. in it- .V1lI vvai a juii' then..or in ai'hernngto'their mistook them lor their father and uncle m Henry Purkti, H ,rnet Parker and Kl \ onfp.n >

j.r is !i -'v :t-l r.ur, unless sp-cdi'.y relieved.t flow and enenrt's. zit ijj th<*n> aid and comlorl." \\hatj search horses. When they discovered their of the deft iiti > .as n.for--sa.d, are iui t i ,-s of
The foUowtns st&nzas ire rry e-
itVi< i mtis'. excuhc the aV.scncc of further re. very [ ty while | irflai'u ( .t/'n xil.utl"l r htm-elf to be educed into j this territory, bat live in s.>rr.c oiLei par. !' ;. < United
in e .aulj. Grief assumed, ur hope le'u'vt-.!. Upartctkes treason aruu.st I4i euiIr. ? l mistike and attempted to run oil', the Indian.poi.i .- Stales.

*: I ,.b 'ill f.: tnough of melan-huh i" .ue 'I intrrr } Kili .itnl ifeluiU'd nx-i,1 flatter not j ourselves with ; ed thef gunat them, told them to stop, It is therefore dreed and onlfred, th i' ir .- *.nid
itv !th th-
Hf I Fidtral L'r.itn.Htlt it, has s }S'iut buoyancy!" I to iiniine T thought j th" h (Iie of MU-'jfSV l'ir 5h ''isttr tnt vvhuin ', Oil arm oi they .\ould K.il them* They hailed and I Lit iid.uits tin ap if ai>d uii\Mr I'.i :util. '

jytdivriuls 'vPI' liappiest and m.'St ox.i impn-sions. i for this ti: ln .y war. v\ill f rally utitU'i the stai- pongledbannrr d herein, 01; ; -.t.rti :a.v liis; Vj,.,, '.
Millenaries.- I'heb is i it ot tin \\t-i > tiik''ti
\ tt.t tth; hue u nunnc prisoners.
i*< *> i in the stanza very ; '
ciicnvvhoe "
will
hearts th the '
.l>, .iken
oi -it /of j < it bume '
of Ge'rit pro co >_ o
iiV 1 dttt UM l.i row: the Mute ele. ancoof t-; )ldfi11t h. 'I lie author' is stid he 1 Indians of horses
l n-iif iu a being in '
ii; beat hi<:li. M iii! the unaitciabie n-bolution. to sustain the [pursuit 1N tiietr.f t # r'r.tii.y : Pi : : hir.
-.[. i !" u.-r.u.; '%l of ihe t-uprcrne court-.hty I a ti1'tiigti1-lc.i] d 1 : tte Au C.)4Ii.-css fru.is a ,tit -
I' M
tr1 intn % eriinier.t of the Union.i food.acted the boys by a circuitous route over order be pjblis'nd .:-isonie dutht'rtzr.. ul ', ,
vipf thur '
'vl "th.' < It inattt-r-pf sumt-.vStottiilrnrir t at
, \ '. limn: 'n : i .> inUgi.intsti MfMof the sUtt"-and tltev ( ui itrrtiory.vtk.d oalannnaM is ; .>;i< 'if puty rtcli'icb aviil ulucsiI i .1> c a'". -i>trde .- Yehterdaj morning a gentleman thtf; Shun t. reek lulls n: search of tht HI, until l ted in ihta th&tiK.no- .. 'ktck f r "
SMIHI' ue: '
J t ;
tn. : t iLL' P ,
t .t ? ,nMhKity.' Jsiu-han appeal, nniIcreh ] I < n.rrrs it diu.'t! d.5 do> s iot i.utfp away every lam*.:: went on ll'Mi l the Sehr. iieneral Jsck -on l Ivnigati laie in the evening, they halted at u 'priisg m.t ',;-M ., 1 1..
.. r' 'i.-' -. !I ': Livt l j41I titt In i.' I liAtHslf a-id It tl.nt; from those uufuitui: ties who havi (jOiR er.iiL1r\ slip, on somebu ine-s; lie found the cab- hollow place about three miles from tIme tort. l &* tLtt _x. It. *- At- i *." t the
f. i 4- H I -Ij nrr.-ni w jlli hi> cXcH'riicy!'! IV tt. take .1 s u tin lie floor of eHhpr Il<-use. It"you 1:1 clust'il and the l>zr fitted with a nmip. Ur thruiookor JB_ stn'c of fell i-i i : iclitnr>i'l di.'M..
'-pi 1fl ( fl "i'i! : i tlic rij:!: of thr Ma;<: hn\f l-. trsi'uHy j \vaut toOe-s-trox l tii e ttt>l -1 ct lulennuly fetlini lr
I 'i d virihu: < din this matter." This I si-'inn nl-pui a arm into the rauKs of any p-uty: Ill ; n|. >ii ti...- c-ibin rt'ior .mtI( covered wilh l.Iood Iiitorms I ale some victuals, and prepared to npuse tor csiale will mil a--i.., i' -my ir.ii: i g nH.. i .

S tU of the si i-s: dtinuiJ ; a md v\ih tins I' lilir11)UStOf Coiisruss. It isan ini'iLfclc rcpt, an'iviill -I> lion vv.i5- jul iiiiti 1.11 ely cuaiiiiuiiic-ited tu ihe ; tierI the lilg.it J, li-\ Al'CII! -i.lX'A. /

r 'at: & ti'i -huuUl *'t fc.Utsf.LiJ.Vhtt: : :i "do tlu thin*;" in A silicic tirni. A. B. C. the u r. xi IMI jiutft oiled tu ti.e vessel aid) en ciing lie iliiiy the oldest ol the t oyduring the WM. 1. 't.' \V
r n.V hr !i m. i.-'i-- ..*" mi'ivul.u'.s a ah4 the! ItCh1S riln? f.iunt! the maN.Mr! Aillmr Miller, mori'.er-il. hi* Or'i.-csee' Jfinti.irv ft>, I I- 1:>. {._ w

I i r I"jP $ vi t*> li'.ro.n: hi an in p :\ j TO Vl.tUH a. HY.-1CK, M. D. face aiid li .id *! t>rkiiifilv ni-vn ifd : an axe rluiu-d with amoli- uau a.iected the greatest s itisfuctiuntt CARlX->, u I,niti i:, -it iinint.'r nfr.inenint .

t : t '. it I' Ii-t the ;.Ib.'v of 6L.ittfc, .' j't- -uliyrelati i I H"pL ti tht vvt-tched' to thy l L'aling.art, blood lav mi thcc.ihm tlo.ir l by th'1 "lOeot the bo.lv..Mr. .- < iiaving bt-en taUc.i pri.-otier. lie atd, his A cl"k dealt" v "'e- f.irHiA.nui. L at.ct1ed .

t 1 tt i U ->, ti -tiur.-ue thvir pene: I j In tears of t'tanks and pnu-c ; t an t-r bends : .Miller, an Knchsi.iiiun bv iu.tli, vv sun snilut, ..illier Wds: a tund mustet. who allowed iiiin iioI : at the rrs .-.- f'ii tr.. .

E L 4I % ferlmzs. 'NYhj'e' liitse rnnRs. Ai'd With the trniu-pu.ts ot ajjr.veM: ri.irt, 'ober. i rid i inc.trutisi\f, in'ii.. and no iirruni* ta.icc it I t'p !', in (>:-dilvii4.i|. ; '. I* \,.* < : Ij I-:.
., ii : 'Vt 4.t tJ. Mcnm ) iitt try. btfore theY had / Hails tiit-e his kmd >t, dearest, first <>f frn n-K. suggested tt ts.1 1. v\bu h e.iiiiti ti suspnim ..f th>* I Ill 1 V ; hut Jui: .or 111- r.tIt ito %t i-tiid to n\e ? U.i lu \. < 'li.l| p.-I; I iM'n.i iftflt' '.' r urrti

i -. rr1 h' > ; 441 mu! in Lie woods un.. t a muit. r. Tins ..niiitiil i tmty-tivt! tti :I.tr:4. rc.tiv.I ,,t> i i ilf'tj ;

:; .1 rt ; t1t CflditJOI. thty Y. t 'mid thy thfUsuu'.s' resned front the jrave, Oo'clori.:L tii" preciJiiiy i i i11 iiig. whey lie left his, h. ..irt | Soon brought nit. tuto u.liuiacv with ne j p. U) li'ite fir thj aiM vt.U..J, tuy.iliio at t; J -.ap-' sj,

% '.k4t-l$ t L' 'l ;i.'ltiu; f mil I.iw uiul" JFIlV Hfthn k thee of ont v.fi m-sinking sl.-w !ui ir.)(.-c tu piofi"-d the s-chr. ou !,o irii of vvh.ch; he lridii Li.i day said note \va.v c" ntcci t lu r .
tit the ;is. t ito couui pe.ik verb good ; p > r f> .1:,
lPsH't I tI4 ul k' ( eijtia l The I 1'cst. rn lof'ihcavtn'! dint th u ) slept. c. r.i! ) ;urv ? over t..e: no testiinonv am! I Li 'Iti'-k t r..lfr il him Uy T> i.> sti&; jj-i L ..r> t irj'fiiiL.itf
lie I Indian tied the
4 .l4tIlh'..: u r i.k!4l resultmivuthm her limits.i I Ipr' tIIeI) Y iZ1 '4 i4 C -ii.eaT'i] ; lint r 4.'d' thrnw, a;,v' u nt on ; h.s hi>rrdmurtler. : JMiiinsh. I freqiicnl } : t tDo he. refund to r'reiv.> i'T au.i u > ii; ; dtsir

t'it i1it nthi aItetuitiez and wtrt i iy -.J soul, .11.J Hop* nan life a\vay, Th vviniinls were ail on the I >re and h'-'id : ) s if they knew oi! any good hoises, rimiun j jiu ulinu tinn f. This is t t.* notify tin- p .uhr that thtu

: ) *i h-y
v1X1iti! a> a luical m\ ana "f ci t.cinii -utsi'le I -lull m.iiv Knife ..Monie : cis'iunien'.
C i > p lit! tfl UTH -...III. the supreme c >ur.: So Iring Mr. Millet w.is aerv siion and 'mxve.fui; 'u i..it the 3 I
I _l A V o htM! n st.: re h' .'--' -vJ ? m' : hou alor.r ; ; Gis r :a .r ( pl'.
; i.. ftnt ,v. js 1.t.dLtZ-f> If'iJg its Miry ciainKfl: An.I.IK- vvliontrhrd h>. o'U-'h in in-ite despair. suip| < siti ';i i- lint t ti.; must have I>ee14 struck ii,wares; a little bag, winch lie supposed contain d yioin \ v Af'Lv: : I ,: tr rit

tt i 'l I',u. i it >*..;l'ie tcc'M! i!-so lull'* as Ueord lit'nine'', di *... in r.v ImP omt"ri, z th.'c-iMii at niirh but vvheihtHie muiderer i y, mid made iiiiu entry tt.Uien (
And Ii.-ld hvr ucr \i; if1I of suidt-tus. n Ii. l ti- ,t. .\; MiT it, VV
v. wu'-i: tli'enf.r I' tvieH: of us tn.intKticvii.io. l.i" i" !had I.een 't. r..; d tin-.e l i revt-nae ur r.>l,bert. noiipmion the tire coveted .
hfax fr thee vent > ui .it iaii.tmi, was *
Pours < nt 10 n p-iyer. :. > ii '-rt '.irLe! i. ti- -if tiif ci ir tc.n ;>ir am
< L.'uiv'.ui d VL..IUC% Urn thou f. r_t rrmt-i V 'itrI'lie .. up, tne uoV.. pinioned und made ti> iuy dowiiiI' the siuic tti"s n> lii-rrUiloif; p';!tLi.f! ,
irt
tax Tii t'jiwf < dv uaiino
n i LHuaity u our : i" ; .ri' j.'s> : 01M; -.i* mm
| lm the thb I l .iiitifn''--- '. miid. Gi>iK iciard can nou b > ''l ;aint-it in i he vil'.ie
.l < the
.11 ii s '1,1t t Ii u.;:', c dipt Led them tw uUtndoii c jnir %, 411-ru..Jr.41i'iin3l.' .eitier the ludi.u.s then })!.1C01 their lu>pi i ? nt
,' conir r'tir |. .\\ rat if fifij doll-i-. fnr smalt
Ave qvtii now .rr uaaic ihy pulse ; pt-r. anui'in children
I .r s 4' : ;' : it'i I4 t 4 ( 1't i. (The :M.tvor ul i \ \ Ins t-ued his |>ri/ciatiiutu>n, i jtis stMps ovt r tht-tii, and laid down, one oat ,
uiul fall child. .ltd I it.'li.t-s fir *
Vi.r th t i -vfiity-nx : JLIIMJ. t!ItlCifleii.
e. %% I.I M inytUf'i' .is !aCV acted ihiruhi'iit. 1 as iilliring a it-waul t u y i.>0ll i tn {Iit-.rj.et.itor] ur perpetralnrsof each of the .
unlike other | slat ot ;iium, 'n the mis. straps.I The sn.-tcslrftteniton will be jMut i< tiiedc rtim-ut
|: ,' 111 .litK' : e was in vtti.: Gcur.:i.i has !Veu > r say ihou'rt c*>ld- 10 men ; tin-iM.it!*'.' j l
'.l'.t t I I1.d tet nit 11 ui iliiriiiic -, o iiv so kin ;t' A'MIO'V i r', vii'J pc.ik of sen ur' lov.nia high I I 1'reitv* !.ite in tatmiflit C the lidan. $fell i.tL i iI :flu ,n ,raN of the pupils ; ana a r< p >rt nt !. e ncuctHI

: ) i s U U Tdilt.s %V( r ottnteinii' ti aiitj Miu ht I Above t'i,- !" .t't's urfim, sofi, s-q !*'>t<:rt't.l glin' I asleep. ilid t'lie m tlic.i. be. .niiig c :ld cailjht; ;T'jres;> L>f t-.m'i stt'ilcii1 wib! L-e t-i m.- :i.il trans
I liusinfii.utitt fl'in t. The I.":!i l.iiuie of i Virgin,a. HIV < tlie l Richmond I'.nnr nitttei! to the j. ire ?.-.s .,t i hr !l'.I 'It'ca- h rinn T. A TV
(p&tr.i't'd: bv a c.'tnLii', iit.ii of l.'juoua ;u.J *<- And : .n ky.Vn '
I'M. 'r ''i! I ili>' I i jst. n ie to-en two it! iv in i'n nill ,; Hold o; tiulm m hi.--> arms aid lur.it.d liiai over '!'eat ti'ir tor :tIiitI'ittI niu .t i niH i to tp
,' ,! .Ui'-lMJl. riliicr Midi MP'UiUbtnljlT.s, JI.C i CX- \ | s y si> !. .' j\\ the no1-;) if ran .is 'rrnlen.i st.reiarytreasrir.
I of n, wh.i.e oe the teport o: the on.iiiitit nf lUn Oil the outside. In this -ihutin.i, the o.'y, : IL.tAl 'UlU'.CTYeisi.ro-.
W"'V ,1 fl t UI'd.. rance and i,1'i *n.iti t tiiaitv ii .y s.1.r; ( )'ruisiti3l (ii'qtl.C,
v'T.-.tive in-.t' ii- ol Air Uiuiaiv ii! i. > i tec" v u J :;.
: :' d, to t th rsct. lit v How iif p 1 > ftiiiiir.i h uMI .jv y call stern, wuo h. d uept a >* ak founiu .is lo' et hi"un.Se ___ t.ra v -
rvlvHe
seve.j i'l.i.ortant, ..i'i.ii> &*- l! >- 1,0 str<>i. era ivi
,i e ITS.d, and will be a jirovt-d. Th tit >t f the Hi.s' ;iromlull Ill-ails. ..fij :H-aris, (' o di. Nuli'tii '
t
: inure 's. i4i.: f .ition 'a :'iv iJ >> : : ,
4.4ilrx !iuM "i tvv't j> vi>.r.is, the 'rot' sSe41 1 ft'llowers B&ss.iis: !: iHi, th'e fi'ch as t ..r.i Mi.i's. r t.it -a spade, a |.. i i s e\.i-, --tn*, are ->..tl> t.ed ii..iie ill iii ..tl up, and uutirii i.is aria.- 1'liis4'J.L' 1 : _j :i-.v! C. tit: kshit iii, i rI' tier
I I I (111t : Pcart', : of his ish} thee >'o I ? ; : i sir.: rir-.lt n .n.-c of t 4 Vuritl Iss
rest-
1 r tniK't a' mr -- no ev n relation tu the !-. ttiainatinn. 'I 1 ... d u trine of ** ... ,..* lit ol t ilt
I It
lit.tilUli >
IMS $ :, 4 J.I\! O.i;. ; rUlltlillgt fl i''r i jie i I I '
t1LaLVinL throucli-nu
1t trt1; en. t 'Tis m thy u .'iks (hat tu! ,.' are mos .i.v j e. I* eitJicr >a-s.d ..ir.. or slip't' tanie.ltit 'rn.'r tno "
f.ai s.. j- >'t lor ill.- jit-oj ic of Goor_ i.i ; mil tVciiiig \ hicli bies rx; :J.e'b, m tk> s .l.ct nu>n !bar. .its ole V et; to a-n-'Tl.l.M ih.- pief 1St- sUi- .iI ilf >A-- JIA, us IL i as p> !ssiuie, hut when about start, c i- a.U !ia.'i.iirt.'tnt of ilr \.
: :
'ii, T t% r.tie vv.is nut aj.iiiisi thttpifilval, but the hiTu.e Tliere i< a sft,tili.e| heif.uIU- C''in- p Itt <' -i.ti c.aJ.tii ll la ot hi..i, s.tyiti- "we mUM i -L ._:;
.. "! ll.t v i. U' I.CTI i icreilt-d .Jut tu! iuajsV t \ t-i.(1-: : :: '.
4t k i.u. '
R iti'.ii, N. C. DQc. 21.IjECisLATfRE. I I vvr. 'ch i- jl.su "Tifeied to i.- : printet!. vvitl. iif a>i s,.' i f..e-c Ju.> iis ufioru vj _o. Alter soiiiej
: .;. Iii ir 'v u s'.it i u sul.ii:led. hov.t'V. r :njiriiii! JOHN M'tnx'nf: Co.f .
:, .t nc'tss\; ut.pov J up u tluin, jnd the unpleasant .- 1 be i-ill nptc ititin2 f OIMini iiej.ort.I5u j' iir. sil.ii.O.., Ili-ilTy agived to Iii liie UK .tt''lllpl.; \: : > >r lhe minbirai'ts t.j 31 i nla,

ier t .e .. q &. iiC- sioners, and making an apprlpri.ion o whatever lilly U- the t- 'j'-e vvlith tnei'gsutuie J >..&j lin.ii touK o.e ot [lit I ulle? ot tic: it.uiaus, .h u tiity expert bv the nex. v .j
U.td. m< y ulnn.ilev! talte.. one thii: w j.id It l.ilv" .sayis .ar-Yrk hrue .u.ii
$50,0H) for rebuilding: the Capitol on Union .N ,w, nut thf uiuhonty of Of rria )h.'xsi i **\\ MISilia1 bat Nulificri'ri I % ill! nei-t ;... rountf.iance ./ lucked trtsi. irii, :s and in ..ti! >>>iirs. a>id i-v /x'I.1-.- irlo
in this has the Hou-r ofCotniiKins j to Lie Head oi one of them lie then
i Square ity, passed hand" bn ih.it J.> = It
l I& 1 urr l.i* have ITCH S.LtlPM1-Lh3t! the rtf1 seem to rm- ac'iMist c ev is pos-i- ftiunteit vtih rhfii hn' of btisiuf ss ; wlii-h ; h t \ will

tt t Jai'kiioti ,iiid ttit tirinuks of Lumjikin li.uii hv a majority ot thirtt-fii xnt-s>. i t'le that Virginia vvi'l'! otir hT mcdialiciu to Suutli Caiolma. I tne gUn ana piaied lu.s l.tt.e oioiiitr ul the I offtr in th? !pi.t)!!" on .ts ttrromiTioil? ; rerin at-d atas

i.' "Ut1: >ii I lii'Ji.iu iHrovi isy-inj\v, ill"' /'j'.it' i/r- i; Tin1 lull! ifc no\v liefure the Sfinitc, ? vxherr !ti iire. ch with nu- linger on tintn.jt.'r, with msimcHo low prices us medicines of similar fII.L.Rh'c ever

'(,,'iim ..u pi ulio.ml, iu u 6tr /iittif* jr'irtiid", tot unnt hai Mhall v\ ihi.il: nt who t ire u te" be bhouidstiiK bt-fii til>raiiitt :n the terruoiv.V "
U( ( ( -S i j" hopO'l: I for With Mjual <- -riatutv.b1. persons ptmgl I .s to pud it, as sjoi us
I t $ '' ( 4t I fl( bt.t1t 1flJ tht I 1CI \ anniunftwitli iih> that Or.
l to art: njtit i ft;ir tiie vole- .f the Legi-l.vu.e on i pa.lH > Niirp PrailcTve'I, a
n i.i.'y1'- ds.n t iitii.1kiii \ oi'd! have hrcii an i tuOI I tl10lLl1 flOt .so lar 'C a vote.i t"le oihei Indian. gentleman tine ard first
< ] inci[ le- U i Im TV tij rai-.j th" hue rtr.i ciy of \ an ot t:ren's rat riiedic ret ni
'. ct! } lilAt'-le-P'V! : HI'l0> ll.Ul!':."V, i Two Reports luixe l>cen made Irom tht. .1' .ml Htner.isu.sucii ..1iUtt l rt suits exactlv; tr.e uiindI lie men took OIKof the Imluris' toman f t i i.as been en igt-d lt r a few rtiniiths, muit) > hi prte. isn:

>!f t- li 1 le-iuutt-d in viiidica'i'ijj, hcfor'- thee Select CnminiUi-f on tht-su'j jt Ii of 'oh' 'ni- I '-iIl.'i tal II< it jfeiierou-t or lu'ij -enMinent.- iwiis, .iii.., standnu a straUdU- ot v\i4icfi ti.
liit- 1 > .Uric, irutrtii, nnd Jot' V sj 1V J
1t-'fl", 1i. Pe.ir-on. act o.i.patueil 'H a I LliriI.itI stiuci him vviih it. The tilovv, ho.v-
lloviivti ilittlisc' jitf.l: .Al -h' vvever thu ; I N. Ii. Our medicines will IH- .
in.iy vtj"r; 1 ** .o'v .1 concert.: V .j Ujrei -.'im \ tin Of am- of \ an I ; .ciin Mi -. I'
L t tV i' '.t. t tiufl. iir lijU tu pruvid( ta ... f tc pt. 1 !!ut. r. a? -uch .1 gr .1.; rn-i- a- tiii. ? tu! srttri'it sj.irit I I ever. iell lo one -ide, s us not lo heai.u.. i I irT imri.r, efiiierof ('lintun A-Ail iI't'

'i "t'-T tlub l-tst ia 'p t'f tiiil r"ilui tiifj j>- oplr oOL pie of this tate for or ;iotirist; ertampc-< iritd can sto;- tu serve tlie v evv- ,il 1 auv candidate, .it ai j i ti iudiau t1iit atleuipled to >[Uii- up ; out |TV. COAlFnCT, t-t-Kt-coN L> i is rpiy.i

; .' I iir 'ti 4i i'.v ii !y ,1 i< s \\itli her Mstuii. amendments) to ;ht'Ci'iirftitulioit lh 'ii hLr i miit'ien! I Uethisvlicil eveiy liea.l ;lioul I i> lie devot l lI me little .eii i%v rt-p .-at'-u tils ui. Ws wiin sucn.ort I } lioit vi>ii tt> I .il'itXi.
*. : .. s i.u iimu-st, j'ost, und rf Ikciini: jior.wn), (ii. uti: I 'o the .'Itat I be; t bi -ai i lhe oiistliutuui uliu j e- k->. and tw-iuiers hU pn fe$M"nal service. t .
f Jii '..i.i.! 'r'!- > H t I hf om proph; J di ajij.rovv tin' act- a counter Report, Mtumitrmi l hv iMr.I Outlaw. j'-ivll. tl.o Uiil u e and r.ipiUiU on llie skuil, that, t- he t xl j Z' "f lit it .' lure aril its vicinity, ilewt'i i! i.emnd>e cilfj -

z1 d i j,. ... .f t-\tV Ui ri itt, (&a\r !ieri. ]<-) Both live:: been unieu-d tu be printed, aid: cvxill I l 1)1 ic-s-du, i ho Indian m.dtin and beg n ;i. r PJimeK.NU1 s' Ini.-t.

a 4U tvc :tict: f uit ir n heicaftor fithi-r puliii h th. tntitro.: ujlixe I /' n't!, s"Hi T /:-. Commodore i'..t'er on: 'h.irie I 10 i1Ui V.I r." I' \ (_n MJb.-Alit.nicy .111.1 -rm -ieIor
.. ItS d'iiuj
1 n-i ( itnvt
t
<'y. I ''t' 4L f iheir coniont i \llaoe-i at (:'nn>luntin', >|.i... hjs we aie happv ii. st.: I Q.nv fi
Ttiucu I -, ,11'ttif Gnvri.or Ins ul- in his ord.'iJk ;i .salisa >rv analysis! .li the inoineiu oi llm lirst strike, given n\ I i ; ItlLFlorida.. 3tf

1 : Li ir j p .ni in, ik jicrft-aly sutisfu<., v. nd ai'' : Mr Pears.otr bill ;proxidc? that: if u: ..-j :yoftliP i |i t r ii.cibded a tivaiy vvi!. th 1'orte. vvlncn j p .ici tinc. .hi en'.er oro.cr, with the tomaha > h k, the raio .iiivuM(. ; oil AiAso.xs. fT .
L'mieU 1 f t.iVinj
:i ii! .rc<- ol tiie >.atesun a ulinj: ni'.r>
i l i1 uij: .u. t :t vi. VVt ?c4i< u 1.:r tin.n. .i. tntire j.ul.i-! li'f.e liti* xol.Ts of ii! >tat<* -ii -li i :-e in |j a' .e thun that ol t any other nation. Thegiiiaul: < '->*-i- tiUtiuei oti'r iniiit-d Ihe i Jrrtt :und shot avxay JL t.iai i he t biiirditttfa jail in the villas: : T .mas-
r-.. ail! Ue whether I : d r c? \ an Triotn.is c Gen. will be let out first
; .ti 1.1 pap-rs, fru.ndiy ur unfiiendlv vinty on ti.f
: i tij your oftho'piope.lu to ih'' on- iwod'.re- thin siiev\) III ri-.-U no ie-- able ,:.tl z- t! us co.iMdurdbu ofhe Iniiiann loweri.ivx.
i thr 'tU'i oi" (.ii-.tr. ii-iluu t.'it-: wliultrround of in'rU.K. I .1 portion j Tu day in May next, n-ieeable to a phi which will
4 I -t. > i.itn ii t r< iirobated by O1Ut... may be j>e&n uvh I i stitution, s-tu'h .i.nendiR> ;..s sjj-jH I 1, jV, m a ndafler ', Hi promotiig as a dipl. in.it.-.l commercial ml reloi; 1'ne Indian,' a ai.iment attt r reeeivin! I be found in the clerks office of the sup. nor court ot*
!., .i 1 the communication of uh I luct ti th -Lnioi; in n tie vva- as an otut.ei m siiportii.ghouur | L.t w sijd DUNCAN RAY .J.C.
i. aijl'y t.irc. > of h.-r 5 g.-; N' Y L'v u Li'j luc >hot, Leti to iiKiiicu about and yell in county. ,
-
( LIta.hA: : bv ( io\t fonn ot AARON CVRRI 'I' .;. J.SI .
Legislature tt.e a
[ I : rnor, part: I itt- iui)>i I'rigtt-tui t matim-r. i lie boys then X'ONO.HADLV.
I. J.C.
1 C so/i Lu.ipJi! G.IV. anti C'mta fldCEr I ri-Chit fIf the ( onstitution. The ain mlmriit.propose..! I nil, n// -ilttnijor (i iurat.1'- Via i lttrepp : niaiif thu Ue-t ol! tiifir uav tu the butt and TWMASLj''FIN' )NJJ.C

t'.Oi'! tiic' of Arn.yam Na-.yof tnib Stalt-, and Ahiuia are an alteration! of the basi of iff p csentati.iii trt.itton I of it 'tieo and Julit tit the I're u-ariied it.a little nelbre day break. Ua g :t- 34w JEs MLON.J. .C.T. .

L IT .Cii.UlLD-; MILLS: C- qr.VinrijiaJ to deprive fiee person? of color of the 'ijiht nruit I t lIt-.i I tM' in tiostnn: the lollowmj I ; hidir.Hs *-- i ting heal ttu- tort tticy tutitiii the peupl:: all ui|>, r itorv <>f Florida, r.u.kha coantj: u\ n.'i"In

/ Lffjier vf the Ptnittnt'ary. I 0 voting -the Legislature!: to uieet once everx scenetatfJ i \ lie (. ommenTil Gaj \ aid in grit agttutiuii on their ac'vount. Uuiiiiirin I Iaril ( iLt.

*' )H/anf!* it :i 1. .,,llol court, '. tld in and foj iJected llir I.ATI1ROP kco. )
< : two \cars; -the loxernor to be by j Z' tie "o ha\e been e.xha.:!' d : \ouiuu exclaim, i'oor t.ttle felioa -
: [ cmny .l < wiunut:, at, the September term, I I-IU.; vs Attachment.BUOOKS .
| ; MiMrli.f .rrr .frunJ El-ur Vullrr, were coin me:. J 1 prri| ( evpuuges.) the 14th section, and :*tit i '. I hi t the lujdiile: uf .lie of the moat tendi-r tnt-v aru killed or taken pn>onur ."- I HENRY ALLEN,

l .f iilt.i. r >;tietre within !'lie territory *f this sto ;, | much oi'the 32d -CCl 1011 as provides th.it: no seen1.t'i.vir; l.> 'h'' 'lost u v.oitri.t en'-iinotion the elde. one answered, ISo mother, we A LL pr>Ans rueresieil are hereby reqnin d ro take
.uja.il : -\c.lu i\ _; notice, brat I have levied an lUtachniC'-t, o me di-
p'le.i inu : aNt < -iy by Uu. ( [\ 'rukt- lnhnuis person xxhu denie.the truth of the Proles- are ueie vet."
g an! : Midi otht r r>ous I *.vas ob-erved m the !obI.! o"ihf .second tier : re.'tr-d at thr iiiSiance of Brook Lathrop & ., upon
p as wen: uimiciuily to ;!,, I ant It1l.iiuIlhall be of of-
:rhJ.mil: i.H.'ustof tic state, when upon tht'v w < n.it capable holding no or.e r"iilJ h. i! v> h:, -ornoboti. knew \\ht-re-i having brought nothing away with them i two houses and one I tot, situated in the tuc of4)r taidt

4 nd to fujr yru-s ( tflfl'Iiit3it in ti! jWI1It tlthtry lice, hue. One dar le\v! open' after anoiin ra ; iron, tin Indian camp, their relation of! uhat 1 and pointed out to me, to be the property of llf .y
i Ui t3iu. : "On) Tciisdav, a bill xva* reported in the Senate and the Indians I Allen, and la\e surnioheeil David L. V hue and Thus.Lal'raiie .
\ lolci.t s' % I : 2 was iieaitl -a rn>.h IO.i.iI K had tiK n pi.iriuctueen: tnem ,
'ampeir
I the ubu\e .aid is
Anuwe.s| und in ctsr case returnable to
policy has bii.ce th1 from the Joint elect committee on the ;
I s.tid p. rsons. iixini-ca the n-iuiu-o I pl.iee) : from t tie! ;-o\--., and rh.jos: lr.nl -one: J wii* not tin y CItIilttd. A small pat ty vsaoi > tue next court of i-oinmon pleas, and oy r &. fenniner,
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Li -.t *:.it t.. pr.in u by iaw, fr i!,,. |wrat auui.mu.stttl.iipt 1 s, oiie our now rxcl.umed, 'arat, a j > .n ii.iiue uu, to go and tseei tab the truth tt> be hld in and for said town on the thml Mowl iv iu

.0 1 m,,,' rupi-d pan ..f 1 said tvrr.K.ry.'uy ? ft. w <..,e I a Convention to lix a place for locating; tin : rnt -tlead f 'I a ilm-.il.I 1 be ims-tery UM> or fill.-t-hood ot their teiOrt. i his party, the .iit iy ncM \VM. LAPRAOE, 4tc'y. PPtT.

I.I: atio-i-.,ii nan:i:: 1 ju-ouotd for U.e or-iin7.u.i; ; seat of (;. % i rnini1nt." It was indetimieU potI A I bo\s conducted to the suot by the tiorte.-t January 2SJi 1 l'3. 2.56w
.soon e.Xj..imed.; lirgn rU, by ome means
4.T *..?' unit iv Jin.. .'.iuiti s of suitable loi-m and sl t, 'I'po.'ied'l.y a ute of 34 to 26, thuaiitmtiug.. ; | tound 7 ILL be bold .it public sail in trie cuyof i'allahdssee -
< route. Uu at the thfj
and place
lobbx
I : ( -nvuu u and jv iaradi.nnutr.uoi.of! or other, huu iiiatb- Ins eutre lo the arnvm-i 4
> 9th of
J. > .M'. .tutftii-ffxtcution; pulilu- i it i believed, a lavorablu lest as tu the fate ol the Indian whom the eIde.-t brother had tomahawked on aiurdaythe February, a like-
of tutUws 1,1 the stit, setMiied, very solicitous of making; hi* tir-i ap- iv Or .i fellow for cash. [1232wJ] W. B. M'CALL.
Vi.j ..v .. :i.I UtuieU-tcjawuruiat: thi-ii |1i bMoif the appropualion bill The Yaand JNuya on : the boards. Loot.c'tneL and l lung dead in the camp. The other
i pearanre tpon D .IlNlSTRATOtl'S SALE.
in u ... c-- t Xiiuuu cuianp najiu, wine!, w i<; i .n i'. o v '.M-.UIMJI, ; Uf "jiiirv: w .tini .iela l > wtre all brought m requirition aI ] away, gun L order of the honourable the county court for the

: Ma' r :n ..n..u.H r .,f .!! qaai.lj-d; tui.Mnnj i.iluu.t. 44e&ihilii,, a proper head. I am-t him! -but tenacious ol liberty like a no- | pouch with Iiiu. Alter scalping the Indian r..unty of Gadsdeit, I shall expose to public sole u

1 y nut. ::' t, tn, ac >, u ,-aio's, tud ti-i HIM! 4'; ,e.ry( :.. u"- I Considerable debate occurred in the Semite I:Jble fellow, he run the gauntlet for some time, J the partrelumed to the Ibrt, and the Mine tront of the court house door, in the town of duiocyon

j a. i.e i,, utHin nhrh th. itiI >-ti.ticl A. V. on \\ cdtiMlay, on n motion to ltke; up ti.c Like the went out to look alter the : Tuesday the 26th day of March next, all the real
i. iiuUtr oin s. .and was determined to die. game. I day a larger party estate belonging to John P. Neal, late of the said county

( ;i aimur< u ti wrrt conMctH and Hriitu.ni asit the re olntioiis on the subject of the Tsirrill blood-boltcrcd JJampio, 4 unh t-fiitv trenchecj I wounded Indian ; who had crawled >ome distance dec-ast \V. D. HARRISON Adm'tor.January .

A u! wr -.Mf.e raid S.-inmel A. \\'rcs'er ( and unification, in Commilti-e of the whole. irashcs on lit* ht; id,' he made bl> way into from the camp, and concealed Imnselt'in 25th 1833. 23: Is.

I:: /' nu.; .. r. ..su 'ulr Uuowu .tuI. 1 I It xvas rcs-istcMl on the i iournl tint a joint; Su- oln the 01 lalleii tree, where, notwithstanding -
to ,ns tj, lt Ihv iav, ( one oi'the front bove>, throwing a bexy top a STORAGEKERR &C.
'. "0 -i, u OJUUM 1, 'Vilti, ?? \\ lrt .nid, J<|h-i 'vt < 1 lee: ('ominittt'e of both 2 Houses xsa ahead) I fjintitic itilo l most admued disorder.' lierehe th s>e\eutj ot his wound, with ll aParta1t'S &. .
STURGCS have
{ t quirts, t ,..roccuttthe C.IMuhdi; raised, xv iih iti.itructions to consider and report sell his spacing and saf'i
I I
.I determined
hey he to
t .u.n.i tu, :u (IM! utc I ,f..u the I was brought to bay-md wilh the resi na- bravery, at St. Mark* for the recepum rfroiton

tAi :;tat, ..'t.t li. of r j Lu on matter I ? of Himlar import, and it would ; lion i of a hut ',, received his quietus from uu hie as deaily a? possible, and having fixed his I on storage or for shipment, and they will! make

U .t% & lU' c ;n iq-e the Lf ioJtui/vr I str j thert-lbie be ndecorns to anticipate( their ucturn. non heel 1, ir; fe enough to have belonged to I gun for the purpo.-e, on the approach ot* the fair advances ontJeluery. ; when they are allowed to
11j ta iante jg ni to The Houtc I -fiisi-d into mint- i forward and consign the same to any of the f 4lowing
iittt.n: I Jo
:r v
m 1uiZjlU | g-i distance he took aim at oneof'
.. (4 m 't.e(, t tth 'if te tih. one of thes>cv en IcMgm-d bouts the climax, men to a proper Ports, \iz :---to rWw-Orleans, Charleston, Baltimore! ,
l ii1fl14I' "" ". 1.ae rariak tee, arid the rctolutiiius lie upon the table.ItEtilSTLIt. cat belon- them and pulled the but his gun New-York Pros iiience Havre.
ztu.: t 41 Lt5 114th however, was not yet ( apped-a lugger Liverpool or

: ...L &) (II "itttIi1U1iaI.ti t !lft, .ii I tit fliq idtit1 lii IId, 111(11 m i lo the e>tabl:>hineni, who at sundry times, missed lire. On hearing the snap of the lock, On all consignments they will charge ij per ccn*.
,iw tul Il1aflhier b ( ly aiI 1 should not like foi e-uaraiiUe on salts, and will be responsible to tl.s
Lfl.iy ,t tLit i 'St ii has amused the audience with her gambols, one of the men exclaimed,
rIeud t the Frurn I. r / lit at I'nimi. owners, for any Ions sustained en the voyage, throu
L flton--dm'.ngyt lvtii rslIli tire Ifl Vz jarTs Jf tie THE:: CKXTRAL AM) (JGLET1OI I'E COMAirrr'.Ks. had hcented the nuM.hiei! fiom afar, and jut to be killed ba dead Indian The party any neglect on their part affecting insurance.

lLa1ued Late aiuj htr autLh4.ri11s(1 wh at the momei.t when J fuel, like iobe all concluded that the Indian would die at any aaustCUTMON 2th 2t1

v; le flPZL4IiL t c'iitio ers'. Azd as t.tking, tl.'ugh.ui into vi tii! \V> 1cl l no respect for the pretended but authority, L'y tears tj was bewailing over her dying Homeo, rate, thought IK.--I to retreat, and return and GI? S.-CAMPBELL & GLAZE >
which th' commitiees weie appointed on accouuof
1utnltIan ;
iruuid, hich the 5tale c the 'ihe charm look twr him some other time. On returning, I Georgia
ii rELau( tt) thi' zistIIy UCCU1iub the hitherto rfp rtetl naine which arfi liiuml on their ame fri.skmg upon stage are engaged, at thit \vr.
I tttfl fcufirei.lva.N.rJ the tyts f llC nal1""' ai 11.sis, we regiet thn nmdiiens of the course u Ineii the) wa at once broken-the concu/ciiutioii of i- however, he tou.d not b found, having crawled I- I known es'ab'isl.nH-iu' at the aboTe place, in th : manufacture

ijcaally ,n the i"(sver1&L1ynii.through various,. charines! I have announced. In a public communication, tl.e mem ijtas was too strong to be letted, and much away and concealed him.sclt in sonic other of cotton gins, of a very superior quality.;
rtsident rc-ekLjti 1 hiive cledared tiPli I is their intention lu keep a constant s>uppiat Tall'TsliA3j
.LtCIiSIJ bars of the cummittee
the kno n defcnder I Ogletlmrpe to the astonishment ol the gentle Juliet, whose place. His skeleton and gun were ibutjd
Florida
of the and and
te state thiroeighuu tli rights (11 determination tu umt with South Carolina in armed >ee Gliuucy, to meet all orders ia

And now, resistance against the federal povernuient. and m a pub .1(1% was towards the innocent intruder-the sometime alter vards.'ihe their line with prt'mptness.-Gins of their manufacture
I as I d tlat not only the rights h.n tit of Indians who were killed were great are warranted to w oik well with gord
the t.tte, ha'.t liohed letur, H member of the central committee wiiole hou&e burst into an mvolunt. iv usi"e.
CdajJ susLuntd in this fully a&d uecssfull) vindica maJe known their detiign tu raise a volunteer cor,.s- the Romeo who warriors and wealthy. The bag which They tak' thi, opportunity to stale that there Ts uo
tven very
I matter iiighter. prostrate ,
Lii, that tke state free } but beizi; assured as I and for what} Tu match against the Hag of the Um i.Tu other tstabbiiiitnt! of the kind in Louisville and th>tall
tended powc, whatever? Xn Lm"iare1 '* a"Vonlrol pre l lvy war against the United State* of Amencu !- t. -i been very dead for some time, could not was supposed to contain money, it was con iris made at th'it place! are of their manufacture.

her will in relation, t V1-10" ht"r ritts- \\ ithout even the llitnuy pietext of authority fiom ... I run from whispering to Juliet-* What ihetil jectured, '.va got by one of the party, who November 13lh 18.2.: 1312m

ii other CU&1S1draliijns, the Ui.j SUbjLCU All l lin a1xvc, governuieutof tht tul0, without the assent ol tlu* }>e.i is to pay now !' The holy friar himself went out that in the. morning. On hearing: j D311M&TitATURS NO'f1Cz.--Ahl

;? now ap. leJ to-I thercfu2 flthgrlajinijty a ) of Georgi L of the nlule. a poitiunm our (-Mow citintns ar- jii uewildcred, and f rgot his ghostly otfice ; the report of the boys, he slipped off by himself ,. h-iving claims against, the estate of Gtsor *perobr.llur.-
tieoran of t force
tate fed be
to raise u military to employed in yrevci.Jthe
zttain the belore either audience and reached the place before the party phries dec'd., laieof Leon couiax., are r quir-d to
IIar.cter ,f her gtnvrus and liber I collection oi the oxniuea of the coootry. <] it wrfs a long time present
icq1lt thctu authenticated vvithiu the time
1 \uiaLetr may what is hurrying them lo the comuiiiwiuii of this fut.i, aetors could sulliuently compose their arrived for some time afterwards, he appeared duly prescrilf-
hve Ln ed by law or they will be forever barred and all .
errors of thos. -
& ( % ( individu-. of UlallJC4-14) the of ihiieix'foioBf tij of thau I pe
and heart perpetration u -i Its so as to resume tho business ot the to have greater plenty money 1 s.m!> endebted to said estate are requested to malment. --.- .as-_
y have beefl Luirings, tile) The dominant par y in a ghbonng: tate has t..s
irttrumeQUL ill The curtain was prematurely dropped ; his neighbors. | ANGUS JOHNSON dflLt
crea3fno'1u.ever .ay.
LeYQL they mis mined to resist, and 'he President hai determintnJ U> expcue ,
iay have ta workm evilly th. } the revenue \\ws Tbe cac litUUua of the Uui- tid &us, by the inteivcuuun ol'guch a trifling TUc Indian themclvw did honor to the Tallahassee, December 22d 183?. -IU

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R. H. WQOLLEY & Co. --, -
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.wa CrION s MKKCHANT '1 AIL jIIS.

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respectfully| inform the ci iztns of Talla
WOULD
':tl ,w'n.A'r :are no\ ercctine a arse andc..umuJ.u't and the public generally, that they hue .

,> 3 re-H on be, with a Patent Cotton just received from New-York, the latest

.. fir hc |'J pose of parking cotton and skins, and Auction 4* Cammision Business. LONDON FJSHIOWS \ s

.. i using (onlln fir shipment, it will!be in ojxjran 'E

a short time. They are now ready to pur- THE SUBSCRIBER having been ap together w ith a general assortment of fashionable good

\H Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton sto- AUCTIONEER for Fayette County, in their line, consisting superfine, black, blue, brow, THE Subscriber respectfully informs i}as. rne
the U. S. A. Sweepstake, for three years old coILs, three mile Corn invissible bottle :ret 11 and strel mixt cloths, superfine I the public generally
t i with then for shipment to any po t in A offers his services the Public in the Auction & jrieen that he has
hale the > heats, entrance'1000, forfeit, to be run over blak drab ( cassimers dark blue. large commodious building! rented 41.l'
t.r: charge for $mrage i> 25 cents a by scavhichthi'T mi.ion Business. light ancy on the "WW side
the the Tallahassee Course, the Tuesday preceding the all t business brown camlet A handsome of fancy and 1 Capitol Square formerly of tit
*:. do\ not exart if they Income pur- He edges himself pay strict attention to anJ variery occupied asa.t aern .
vessels next annual ra, s-list, to close the 4th day of July; AdramUtra 1.lain'f'slill blark silk \elvet &.e. &c.-together with Downer. The Hous<- having byJ
rs. '1.' y hue a number of first rate en- entrusted to him and to attend to ::% I underpin a boro '
t New Yoik.Oharle'.K.n ntit--three) mines to make a rare, the colt to be named of clothing, made be ready for the
ortnunt rerr"ill
.i tofrcu: for them to New Orleans, torn or other sales in the Countv. a general ready-m I receptior of Boarders .
4 and they will enrage to carry freight the day before the races. Three entries already. His office itl in the Town of Ochesce, where he may ill the i.K'bt f.ishioual.1; and dutable style consisting oferlcieI1'3 Visitors the 13th inst. a

..<-.*; places AS low as any veswh in the trade, made.! at all times be found. ; frock and dre!s coats, coat-tees, pantaloon! 'I JOHN W. REVE&J

no en.\r,r will be made for lightering of Cotton This will be one nf the most Fpl"rdid) sweepstakes JO;.. R.BETTON. and %<'$Is, "f 'hnnst ('\'( r. description: fint- linen ansi
for thc United States and ,ill attract the subscribers hate
ever run in just
uippedby th*-m. J. J. fc. N. UAMLEN. ; August ]0, 1832 1 eVA ron..n hiris, tl Mnirl .fnrts v draws. .."- I'unet cloak THE received frf.r: .v v
notic1 of fntlcme' who fond of the and Orl
encouraging general
n are assortmer.tof tv'
Ala,n. II.., U i t, 1s 32. 8tf. bnt.. and jid '.\ i-jpi't-rs r. I Lik'ws.' a\amtyot frdnouab! .
rporlnf the turf, in every part of the T'njtm. CARI-Tlicsuhscriberhaviu; now a i : Iril black cloths, blue, black Russian -ron ., 'h'J.lIt n ac
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!J turn
: .MiiUb.i'iriM lI.t'I.Irc--, as: t\nr.y
iprepared : :;
'aiKy
THOMAS BROWN, Secretary. l commodious house, east of the capiml sejuar rich and st d.lmxcd, IIcrk
sup-rLitive11
i pian
.VEWGOODS.OSEPHL4DD
& ..t' .HL- iitii'ai.d :-\i\n\ :\ 11)1. K:, b.i.-k! I lalm! :nk; CRAVAT rlf.'r F.
Dceror 2tb 1032. 1IfII t.traIIactA GENERAL cow MINION \ blL1.. striped, dioLilo! njxt"d, bnu; ld.miXld'nuiiying .
noN huine-, he hops to receive a Ilhnal'I1".rl} I X fancy bite riwlll_ ,K ;svtIiIi' HANDKERCHIEFSfii.c I ,brown. \huc1. Pnc't'n. O'E'er! .
( EIR &TURGES h.ii relied and I Iii;' II imt collars, stun h bf''.ms awl$ stui'.s: white & U1\lOn.1
lately t1i'.e who I
rtbJ1t1 tn.m the public, and pledges himself to :nafavo : > I It eel e.tsinier IlltmetbCt.! ; sik? florente t' x.
11"\ e on hand at their stores atTallahavs'-e and \I..t nort .,!:trk, I'oi 't aki.i a.U buck fUt l sU"l'cat.s :r.n,1t .
731 ., .'. r i < 1\ II j er. schooner Daniel t! 'ir him with their business. to use his ( ; >:1!tk teMHur. fancy do.I water suk cV browndaKei

.1; h om ." t(- r"k, a new and vump'ete! supply ot St. .\zti hs. the following a i ticks of ruerchanc cz, : to promote their interests. J- ESTCUTT Jr. t tOrh .;itfinl''c.. Oo., blu-k/ silk \clvel! plain? aid figured, :Jra'j; f
I; J du.nvstic. Dni-Grda Hardware, I 125 Pieces Cotton BajrgmsU "" A tae of fineB1MVER flllf"r'1'g .
fj, 1-:11"1: : an r 2d 1?31. t rrren, blue goathair camlet.! Le.J.U"r"At *

"u wulcn UJlu .kisfunnfcr stink will be sx-ld chta; Coils Bale Rope, 1 IL1TS, s.Ik: sus|'u.; iers, Cloves, beaver hats, veUct 1*' hattta. .
200 1 lb! ."
Twmr /
1 ?1. < Bailing A CARD. I with ussortmert "f fis hion.iM! cloth: and! fur s'aieri'l lt, x.sI I :.'1' -.trlfA.s. Uu.daiirr.s& MlkiU!
an > haH
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Hams
andthIr.zluvt! market price paid fo' Cotton. S'(') Hi.s.Barr.n, ides and ,
C : k-rulls! rcruly-made coats, pantaloons:
1S32. I ICif 30' brls.! Mess, and Prime Pork, the Stock of 1 andtt I II .
.In, DCaiJKr I Subscribers ha\nis l purchased CAPS. .inured and 11.
> THE I en : u: t', pliin: om:, collars -tleatV 1
I
-" 50 Kegs Leaf Lird, II.IVP I
\SarcHou5eofTavlor \ Klein !
? All}
the Iufe I iiun* of which
: J. G. & N. I1AMUN.! 30 I\1t'111Jlzahda and common \\Tiiskcy, commenced the DRY GOODS, "GROCf.IlY aim I The s'l'i! iibcr :u.irantte to furnish those v.hrt rnyI I irieniK and cn-t-imers are offered lor sale7

? fTVL ius>. ncu\ed fiom :r-Orleans, and offer 5 :/tls. Baltimore Gin, !.. I- : to Ii; our them' wiin their nl t"lll. with r! anu..- our Thr sub-cnbrsare; on the most 'as nLtrtrms.
also
BUSINESS.
L s\A. ',4:*. Jariii ira and :-Orleans' Rum, COMMISSION I '.' tc \ill thu!: h.u, mailr! up in I the most taithful rr.annc I I workmen, and sill mtk i.rovided with
; clothing
old ; J 10 brl. \lolJ.5* III additun their commodious buiUlniL'! and th up ; at short not
: i' wl.-skey, 'C: to present t.K! oi.-J.i' in. ->t recfonablc; 'erms, hoji; it by aftt-r l'ie! late.-r fashions. R. B. & J. B. Ct
-'t.I" }K .uut i y b/lgg: 211 hrls.! Siiprrfinc Flour, they are about to erect sheds and houses lor the r' n i'-l II ir .L'- :
i'-ills t'al': ropt 40 to k. :Luktrdn I '. 1 and 3, lion of Cotton, Goods, .\-c. for Storage their b&.ii.'i. ;, I.! i'i nt .imi re-cri\e a irr-iterous !htircof patrona: ?" I 1.fLC

A bs.! new iluvr, 400 JS.ick-, Lirpool Gnnind and Allum Salt, will be completed by the loth Sept. '1':.cy fi >,...,..fuiy I "i(it lunkfully rCI''I\-.1! and ex cuti ut 'In t ,!,'.r- STORAGE &C.

2..' : Iiis. U.icon, Which tn.I t'rnth a :cnm! assortment of Gricnr > solicit a share I public patronage, tiridji'cO:e tue.useics .": ;t ioi$ i. No\tmt'fr I nth: I 132. I 13fm ti ::TL'RGES have

".'I1.:,.;rcc, Dry ( ;iooM, Hardware,Crtvkery arc, Casting to A strict perirnitiiceoIall cuu.misiins entitled KERR St. lark for sparing the and ia

i JJ*,Is. llu.n, Ir.'na<:or.rd, Cat, ( errnan: and IViisteird: Stcele,-- to their care. f I LOW usIsat : re>Tptiontf

u vK<< Salt, ;.1}.1y olK'' to :h-ir_ rustomers. and the jmblic at fair; PEACHYLC'Kl DnL I SELLING OFF I rou'-n: on storage '.r for shipment, ani. 'fay \ ul make

: : H".s tUJCCO, (1.5.: au.:1LOOK. 2th 132.: 2tf REI EK TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE, {) I FOR (}.l, 'lI. I fair advances delivery ; when li ey are alkrwedt
the
on fl.I
I t war-1 ( consign same to any of the follo\\"ir.
ioU 1. t.._ ,O. JUDGE RANDAL, JJt "IIE"'I'! 1"I'. ;t: h'!> '" A, ,,,,;, Ic.rfl'I' of .": t'.I"r- PII.' Nrw-OrL-iru Charleston! :
I :-, \:z :---to Bahmo
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', .Iin' :.. .\) r lilh 1 C 2. THI8 !! n.
; ': .\ AT GEORGE LORI.MORE I J "i."lt.I.\Ij"i' i..' >, ''iier1- toi :..." I. !,ciuSii I -.l'" -Y fOrk, Provider.Liverpool or Havre.

::.jiAp13flatfltoia:; nilUuS, '. .-.1 I ::a\ -" -v .d by tin JAMES LORI MORE ) iijene-ra'l !. uliam-! ; i.: ,1,-"rtntt'.t'! tilt if .owin., On all!! coni: r.r--.jtS they will charge 2Jpercea'i

FilE: : iYt.S: 'V. n. > t w.y- rk ... n.I'lm'f! ;> a J. J. .\D.-\\18. J J. Gidsdns. I u i'ii': d art I"r the !:,0" :''dl1'r! >, -'r'.;< s '.' r a-1 Viz: I tuj :.irantee: I'.> sales! and will% be responsible to th?

aiJbtttfarr: !!is!: "lIpi'\.f fnsh ii> ?s ".r.. ..-Cn v. ::1 IK' old low COL. H. \Y. BR ADE--, Taaod:; .. I iiitra lur ay l loss sustained the \4'ya.e, thrJU
:
: f.rra-. or "tpj-,
Hi'; .' II \T T. -_'.-t' /' <:' lilt !:r.idt.r(' m. '"jrrantfd !(I.d-ll-ld may in alt. ;"-:l2atli 12. 2tf

.. .""'''- .1 c >r* *> re'.m nc J, ir.i'.i their iuaiiiy ij nrt entirely 1 7- LA\v RENCE: P. HILL, offers for bale at Tt1Ur .a-- 'ii-c, Hi,n-k, ( .-.ihfij-: It.ii.!:' 'i 1.'< '''rint Klacli : I --
-a I" aiid.St. Marks.s ,. and wli.t rioin.i- OT'JON <_;INS.-CAMPBELL & GLATF 1
I 1'ink
Cinin (
t./ .'or.! fc : .'* f.irt ti :.snii'Jz t. ee -- .:' t, li >' i; Cc
I ."\ Ii'l"' importance cl 1't'is.; I nib Silk \(1.: LouisviliGeorpti', are engaged, at thdt wtH
f: < ,\ iiiearticii srf" 'I\'ct1lo-Row < Tos-ic MIXTt anplc brandy, II {-. !'jur--. >! m variety, Popim} I
BELIE: 01 A, V. .ls JU'\ITY| \ the II11ft rl\kin::, r.v.- wh-ch is re pie-siir, d 1-y the p-oj JrJullr to be A I 15 whiskey, I 'o-Ton.lo.. TI! ;i-i i"n P!'ud. Fuinittur ',1.::..-, Suptnoi know eatabiislmunrat the above }j'latt, in the maiuvfditure

in* sub3rb l'I".MH)5e! to publish: a weekly ned \ !- *:1 4ND ItFECILAL KtMLDI JOR THF. FF.HR: AVE I 15" N. E. urn, I i 11!'i-k L."-'.!I.I.'. Col; l m"1 fti'.ilihnad. Ldv' -, I ln.-u Linens, of cotton gins, of a ery superior quality.
v IIlIdfT the ul"\." 1; f if.1 his JMJ-i I E. B. PERKINS.Ta 10 C. II i ., bitrt Pl-im id rlirurrd Jaro.i.i I is their intention to keep a constant supply, alTalkhassteand
; *. t -t. ,I' : ,. Aorc. rm, : :-1 '. (l-l.in.i: C: tti-n > (I II::, a -
?p '*3!li t) 4..S. v/c-d: '", c.) flhII' r :
a,}J rairal and load m..I., luLUll.ft I( I 10 No.3 mackerel, I and drfse- .lu'h.kt rsiii1t., Caln-oi ', (iinshan1*, Kank' t their line with promptness.-Gins of their r.anu.
Teriiu.ml, will, brf!ta/e !!ty 11- FAYETTEV.: Tl\L\--1IP.-1> ,.- fcub.cn-! I No. do. I .. .. irranted to work wtli:; with good usa .
rJat.r :;a i-ini i "1' I- v 10 half 2 !! ';n-, li own Hoil.: Ficnhljrown Linen. Furm- I :'.re are : : : -
I.'fJiJ"d.'t 4i. '1. iii J.e l'a-d to tlu vl ltcll"j' "): art" ( .er, havinjr be 'ii npiMiiiile--1 tina -nt of Genci.ilLil'iytu I 31 superfine flour, !I, tie: I Pimity.-C" 1 iths, Cu--'imcr'-<: ( 'assmeits., I They take this opportunity to >:?-e thit there UD

< :, *. <,i a !lin t1'tty trader' for the o.'v" "fth.; AlJ- -, tli di l tlM of I hs: I 1:11: :' in I I'lo.' ial.i, i is nadtoiic !.\ I 5 qr. Utsks sweet \vine, whit-.iud (R-.-i i ', uiIr.l!, Ncr" $:lothSeoti.ii, and Rus- I other fstabli-hment; of the kind in Louiivillf.! and thrI

Ti'nii.r., ;UM ,_..,- taken; that nothni. t. :.I-MU:: ::: ;'J- I <.ix<- pioposaL I'm the pu.i ii.i.v "! all) II",* it'llnoi I 3. h.es 'hr-lt, Ji, si u ,IWdll', "'ii'liMri's, &f'. &(. I all pins made at that place, are of their mairuf u ture.

\A ,X a* jnn-i:<>.9 <.f its !J.\\rCJIIS tie unno::( 'd. ")JUI, lecs than orif s,',"i' n, of t the :enei.il's townsl.ip I,1.5.L I OII p :$".tp, 1 I I onnIL..r 13th 183i. 131 1IlF
aid in oar c'-Foru: t > 50iiO( i ..' tl.e southwest i .
us About
.iiar JIKU > ar*. ivitwJ tll .d. ics in qi'.utirotth 7" rlu: c'l v. joe, i HARDWARE.
) and ant-a.hle. d fiom .,\'lt: '1 Inttrm ot I >R SALE.CEi1E.V1J3O'Pc.eKs4'CIICtAL [ ] JrlU
I..laUi* .\1.1\ i-:;.T1SU., ulul ( township} is 1'1 Miv< -> I 3" Santera elo. I
"Ti4.Anvrr.7i-KRu.il printed \'oJtl1-oocl type; sol: will be ca }h, or OIKlourih; $ t in ..-tiind, the rc. JII' I 1 III FirkiiiS, (il''IH II butur, : A'j'! 'ean'' r fnsne assnr,mtni ot lianiwak I *', con apply to j. \V. KLEIN( \! s>, on

," aru\Ml tI( 1 i, "I'd will le| issued as sonu as abiiffi,071 in annual instiihnentN, .iltJltf'lc.II' \ .'nii'', \\tfa ni- 1 :30 pi' e- eo'l'ii l-agjnji, I I II ,' ,.._ ot -. Ii'S and Fork Pen Knne-, Spoons Dcreiuocr. 29th 18J- 19if RODr:RT L\ U.\.

4 : nu-n-.s. ,1. .Mvib. rs are rc". .c-.i. The Uriu .rest on the ann.ur.t '.' ea'iiisialmt! .ol fyst 'iT.t.Vol JU l ki-'s: ; 1 l.i.d, S( ,.-'-rs, Rai i Locks, A ger3'lusclskc., to f-the t ,L:? :. Directions for using the Chittenangocement. Jhiroui

f i'JS'rJjjti; "' "c. S' < per: "flflUIfl> i1' !I' 111\\ wuhin UKif ".tf: -, Tin.-, lowiiisiiip. of l.iiid ..iiljoiniffjTifK-' '%.f i iT I I ::.0 sak fine >al, f I wi'iiaconi: ft -sortmentof (I\Tf.tll'lrs PLANES.BOOTS& .-C'lean sand shoiuii be providedtrc f V ..; loc

3 ? ..ix mor.l !t. ., :> ill $ '* if unpaid! ufi. r thit tirao.fi ..!..ihaj-v; ; and!, in i < 5 fnu. .: i loiociluy l r..Itit! li'Vn I I 12 boxes brown sherry wine, I 1 or dirt-this should be carefully! ;attended. If sas

vau-: .f I.l: )':tff '. IlL. IItrlall'IIf. tin- "- s> of climate, I 1.t rtiiy; .nd ,101! tjnion; nf :oil ttuc M; bf(,: Riorf.iFie--liiuling from sn.l"r.VashIl1Jl.lJn, I II SHOES I cannot be procured clean.il should l be wash iTb
I I
i:i'v. 'iT : *..1'1''Iul'1 ) iu'. un. tj'i ti., '-Wivnj: II hor I ti.-fii New-Yoik, JiiM sulu on accommodatingNorpbcr t"nil. of JJalti- white bei..'} md, free from sal:, ;s beat. To eves

r.-f.'j., fl ., r> trtd'u.' with thisnhcrfU'lltad-1 township ol j 1.lJ,1w: th. T<'rnt"i \- tal I..iid.t. :. 6th 1*''.?. I24vJl J A Iar2e'_ assortment bushel of the Cement add one bushrl of sand, and.:
-, -, awl trJ the Plalltel ltfJBEIT) \\'. WILLIAMS. more and NEW-YORK made I
';ii..; .rtuiustU.idmiU, I + sutricient quantity; of water to mak- it ,.f the tunis
iiif, ,riiiatiun.ar IT..t.Il.lha sccOohel!! C th t I Ir32: wtfiLj ST ieeci\ed p ,. -1L .. il luf:.\' 4-ht lid < J JllTID E.t.21 I ncy of common lime nortar-it is then fit for use; 1 in

<:' f I't!- a /, qui-sttd to l-ii'\ ard their advertiser ; : :.. Thc Switl.tfn Im.nlnIrtiryn; ; tin 1 I- I aito 1'umps., Ladies .a. in and i'runell I should not bt k'-pl m';re than three f-r four hours Woe

irtsf. "h'uIx11J fit-.1 Ii'jiiljtr. min t Enquiry, Vn i ;.ri im t,i. : ;I. ('",/'fll"l,::xf-s, and qr. bores, bunch raisings, I Shots, Brogin: '-, &f'. I I it is used. Tlit un should be exilud several( dan

'\\1It:11Ittcind: to be forwanled to th- Cnolirii.i ; the IiutiiinjiIUfHtlju! mi. 1 II'', hud ; ';>t' 10) Ke-gs; a.'Il l half hI gs. do. convenient, but water may be admitted in three a
!
t. :J9.riIJer :1t .\!...nac: li"Il. "oj'iff( /'./ u'Ti, mi' "I will lI.I h.. abo.d- I\.i Jars. :u'd h.ilf jars tTajy"; l Ht AND CAPS: !I tour hours after the stone i is I mi, if not convenient

1 II. lH10r.E WESTCOTT. \t rti-eisr for lour w j, in ..''ot 't.'a:i, uril f;rwir i 4 Box, s flip rra'-k"-rs, uperior assortment 01' the : keep out longer. If bril k is tsed instead of stoatney
50d) ) Cocoa nut' ', f1-! r'>, palm nuts, cigars &c. .
/: pilachicda; DV, thir a -<:-"in.i : All "fhi.h : ollt i i'u cheap: ; for cash.j(1.p most fashionable HATS & CAPS olrtl.
J.c.9. 1. '.'l. S I the cement from setting too soon. When brick buifc'ings
: !>k.!j, hum, Fruit 4c. -"''-. lfi'n R. K. WEST. ile-'Tlj i IOTIS. .
are to be covered with the Cement in imitation)B
rn.aJ.:1i: : ,... jl'r Ila' a tiuiii.I' It acre ur 1\I1.'C of I" 1 15 I bbls. w I.-h.'y: ; I 10 I M-lv mn ; 3 bbU. gin, ---SlOKJft- NE \\" GOOD GROCERIES.A I I stoncthe walls sho.ld be wet, and excluded a fei
0"111'111.1ltwh. 1 h.' -M:lws to n:1I1 or .
.,_ sJptrlIJr of 1 J.I nJ] l r, days from the aim, if possible, after the Cement is lax
i, ttor It t'jnti f y.'an", fur \\ h"h 1"' will takft part ', r.i'ksncct, ) )larire stock in all I
a qr. .
its variety.FLOUR. Red ochre
.... tll.IIIc.j 1t..lIt. 'I'it' rss4ir.r I I.ot" 1'a. NG the great variety of goods received this I on. or yellow lampblack, copperas water :
fir a 'lI It'; 2 M. Lu M; wisr. \\1 substances *
r.p 1 'tI.I,1 tk "' iind whi %h offered low for or inner colouring m3k usc< lo give diI
1.1II.lrlll u y, is' 'i '! rue I
of
.. tlryli ( dl'I.'I 12 I boxv} Si.i '
'tii ha\ % rrv, )
} .r ny i i' ftreut shades dusted with sand. Cisterns wnij:
nr or
alion for whifh h<: iM:h, t'u-r; \\-ll: I be f'uiidit, the new store of the subsinb'r ,
;
'Id)) (cusilv, ur. ,. .td 5"r iuui> 7 ;I.o. 1:1.\: (I 111,1.} ; 2 bbls 'v ,. K.b. "
' ''...utdborturtrcdnitiinhc; first >.ar. The ah..n; : I ll-r! 1 ? it ;.ipp'c* ; .". lit.ls..ii.i! y:1 liij. flour, :'J illluo f.-t. el, a which rhojre i llt flf fancyJloths Fifty Barrels i j cnor IK-\V wheat flour ,I the Cement, and j buteriug the inside. Anr-lV.er TO< :.
and (
ihectimvahuiiuf. th- bea I hblid / ao ap.irtof: they will ine-n-
I l'fl'e 1 bis bi.cl.whc'it
well to 3.J 10 J
bud as adapted ; n"w thod is to lay two circular or esquare walls of singk

cJtt..n. I'l' I Io.\. s .,tl' ; 1 12 :MIX, s j.jifnnni'I! ; ]<-s, 'ion. ALSO.Sadlory I brick in common i lime ll O:.ar, leav n; a space f twi 4.

The person rcnuiu' (T l lasinc can suppli'd wHit t'j lumen rai.vns ; 2H, i !l.o, < s ditto, ulcrllue, nape Finished, Broad Cloths, inches between them ; this is to be picked full ofcb]

c.rii ty (be piid fr ou of hi* mp .f ':t,' 'J".v,. JO) '..ibK..iv] } ; 20' 1 1< kh s dt! ; HI !1' -is. .1aclcer'l. ii;;,. Ydnt do.PjtMit Crockery and Glass Ware lay, or leaving the space between the walls about OBiiirii 4
J. \\ \ >. I fin-sLeiUWi-stot"( England) Black do. ,
/ Ju" ; I l.tI Al1..1.1.
1.IIIhlp'I"h) ; "" 4 ar'3. Ilf'd\* i 1'er. and fiIL-d with Cenient \< adding a little mon
2 9.h 1-H2.: 1'Jif do. fine ( IIi! \ c, do do do. by J
Suwn:( 'lId 1"1\\11. 1 lWinb 1 ." fi ter ..

-. -- : .';nu> by LAXVI'.ENCK l P. I HILL.J I I I with Cen.ci't. The inside wall be alsolaidi ir
TOi : made 6cc. &c. may
N KWTj : : v mix :,'h"lJ33.I :; 20'f Bottle Gieen, lo.Sixony I I i clothinir, stationary, I Ccmer.t, nnd plaistercit -, this should be adopted if then i
: blue do. JAMES M'MLLLIN.
frt'ni the outside.i The wall should!
IN QUI \ ( Y. 'l\\ \I i I:1)! : > 'P'\L' Lit\ 'inter Drab and OOH roll lre.d Cu;simcrs, i T.il'.ahassee' N'ovrnibf-r 13th J IM31. 3tt'! ia prctsiut
laid boud bottom and stone wellltOun
on a or cby |
A silk Vest I
vaiit-tyof ings ( )
I iv'"It. iM tm ,v .1 i irom !'aUlirissiid ,- liK.POWfl4LIQflL Fl.'<: hund'k' rchiefs. Pniigce, elo.IK.Wpattenu. I I! ;1\1, to!fihcrr then covered with stone or brickastn .
'Ii. r-i.in-formerly oCM -- sidw. The k
i' 1:111'11' laistcred same as the watl'rI:1JY "
I f> n ojK-tii.; White and fincy' cravats I II j
,
1. B. P. Pel'V "i'd' Mrs. I admitted in three four after the work isfeished. .
,
.. '> Messrs. : & .jipoMie ; or days
Y ..I D. ,:ei fine f.uhionablu linen shirts, I
t
1 L.i'S .sti'.nisneo an' \'\ ,.I i.11" i bot' I ) INK.I' I I .
i iii2 ( do do Boaomi, J
A \ ttG.ND GNJ14I4sJ'dI'LL ( e111!enens' silk & Merino half hose I I This Cement can b, used in any situation, and i
:6 I \'i\ .n <. tjiTiTfi:< II i w. ., lt 't. i sojMTi- Ii1 which other Cemtf.tii
to : mortar or
I any purpose Cl.I1Y
JB m: (JiTg ..'.' :: .1 ,ni\ utii v' i-ij..' d! -mation| : oj iti-S' tti".<-s. do Cot/ort and Angola do I II ;. be applied ; and will le found equal if iioCsupe?
Silk 1 and .Storks latest
IJJlY-u'UUl.J y HP inuti'd! ;to n ad{ I the following n ,.-f.able testimony ," heretofore in .
to th<- fart, and lo, make tnil I lor; tin nivve. I In adib'i"! to the abo\e they ofler a splendid} assor- = H to any use. bushel i
rlli. Mix half
fV4e .11 are in p.i l as till.sl lokst fallIollI1 l and be-1 The flit p1>rrii)<'iof having I IIII' \f"" Lest 1 of \Vrki ir : nicnt ..f I Ui ady made Clothing, m.-iiiuf.icted in the latest I 4. Frf hard( finishing if a .lll j

crai.uy: dunce .ind oil c-'louied\ c.ilioes,-SCPLRIINKCLOTIH I Ink is \\f.llltJlf.\\n I to be meniioued. This lil"IIJas; style, tie: work u.id material of which they warianttob !.I I' ,, Cement with halt! abi5hel: of i ood Thonu- (r
MarinorhHw. I and one bu'l.cl clean beach sand!, to the consistency
ad\ clothing
ma i blue
ASDCASSIMETTS-P bicn fourtieniars and tho t'nuine.Consisting of super black I II
in uic -'iriiony: respecting I
hind.Kerchiefb silk and flag do., FASHIONABLE I biown Ciiu'.nion and Olive Dress (' do Frocks I plaistermg mortar. It will take any color requim. .J
vi'l iats
from ,
i : it is the same all I j par!S < ; and rich iib- and makes a most beautiful wall like stucco
B ,ASSETS with black obtrich feathers R11'vm m'n Jut ion.s.Regiiterof lo Panr>, &r. silk Velvet Vu"ts, Florentine silk ditto I J.
.h a vat of othci a tic1e too Val! and Marseilles il! of wmdi will I ;! sh'>ulit be laid ou soon after mixin:. It w ill be crude
ho'if i -i t' s., w lety Conrrytncts Office, .\ Or/fans/ J.in.2fi, I 18V 2; -nci; they d the *
,CI;: Tflt .''j''. :.t'S'5rs.1 A IS A HD & : Oil:.' : g-mlMic! ri, IM\JIH' !:11"r: et5}h. K. B. & J. B. BULL, ,/ I hut lo 1T.ix tt a time more than can be laid on

GROCERIES used your I Ink for alx! >ut two yt-ar.s, we l>a\e the |1II.a. November 1832. 1-111' i :i-'. the course of the elav. _

vurr to inform you tint we found it to be of a wtpnioi DOLLARS lEW AltD.-R 'J

/Ha .i. h. .J. i-iy lin.:, just i < cciv.,d J from Oi- Duality, and the but we ha\e ever used.: It fl'.lshll! WANTED: NS1RANCl J. .0 way from the subscriber on the ni
: ifaiiixt loss or amt-.'" I FIREcarric
TCH-II' id! .1. n ,o his old block, hams and sides, SLiJ). r- and gives a permanent bla<'k.Yours i I : by he 23 h'uIr. a mulatto slate by the iian
12 7(1)( as fUiv/a'rsmfl'i7 s1 alnvtn : ?! .. I be -i on tUf'llost ia\orabf! t. -p.is, on appli, C l
f
(:ic 3 'ir, white leaf-lard. respectfully/ I I I I .1 of I lilbry said slave is about five feet fJ\I tj
I .\1"' to the} Subsctibt-r of ;
11111 Protection
ANTONIO) I lr"R' >jj Iii-. isler $1 iih and moral habiis. R. lj. t\ J. n. i amif I li-n SuMarfcf
{;. 'SII S CHEESE AND BUTTKR.Ltst of Conveyances.CI1ARLK : I I Hertford 1 Ci ecticut. I inehcshigh, has been living fort

quality of Havanah grc-cn coffw, sprrncandlr'crv : BAV( )J\, D.puty RtnUrr.Office 6 lHIfITILTOlt'jUTICE.d| )p eiShtS$ ; rlIwe.et\1IJI'll1r the fairAI \aluti.fthe Incn'ry applharion be-: f the last five months, and formerly beetg -

: fine -moked Scotch herrings, pippin/ apples, irish L\ziA. (/. .S. CiHcnn,i, Jhc. 7, 1831. -\\.ha\'inO siny den.ands against the e.tate of Ed" 'd. stated, ands.iliMa.-tor; e-videne furnishtdof pioperty must the i L .-.d to going as cook in a vessel, runmttl
> cor
The Ink I'.,w.r! of '1a\"lIard anei Noyc.s'has\ II I.l1r.t! deceased will th / authi.ii'1ai I : 1 and New-Orleans. 1 'o
:K.ai'ev; old cogmar brandy, do. Holhmd gin, Jamaic i present legally 'iw'ncss of the! n.;;.: -'utlti"l1. and the goiwl moia: : tWill St. Marks Magnolia
?:Viris: fleet as iinj,orted, old apple brandy, Mouongi- u .f-d in this OnVe for sever.il \ ears.Vr.;- find it inp>- 'l within the time pn-scnbed by !1:1or: they w ;,1'bt :' i harart.-r.-f te!: ail/.lir'1I11./ Thesoltncy ofthf. l '::',, 1 cive the nb.ve reward to any person who will apprf j

:I.ca! whiskey 7 years old. \. hicll together with a vn- rivr to any we have r\rr used. P. BKNSON, fjathitr forfiei barred of reco\cry, anil all I ltii"- Iwkhtt t I and its fairncs-s and pimetualuy: ; h ccn-'dtiitiv I bend said slave and lodge him in jail, and give infoiU'h
Rt gtners Office, .V t't c-York, Oct. 25 1 *31. will make immediate the suhviit. may it- St.M.lI' 'b
-atyof other articles constitute a complete assort mew jiaymtntto cr. i "litdCII.' E. 1'ERKINS. I lion of the wnie .Messrs.. Kerr Sturgts .
inhabitants of Messrs. MAT.NARD & NOTES' .IAS. \1. G1LCHRIST A.JmTHK I .1 Edward S. xias Ma-noha./ who \ '
and is well calculatedAO suit the duincy '' 'l'aiIahassee.1 vo. 2-\ 1S31. or TaKahassee: or '
and ii. (' 'I1-JIa\'in rI your (Ii.k ilwuit six year' pC'C"llh"r 1. 1.32.: I.-\\ __ 27tf I the above rewaid. PETER II. S\\ AIV-
\viunity. I I pay
The )highest price will l he given for COTTON, HCCAR. we have no sitation in pronouncing it s 'jp.nor to aiu NORTHERN MAIL ST.\E. NTUTICE.- jterSIIIIS 11.\ :iig !allll:. azuist lliE( ;! St. Marks, January 5th 1833. 2Otf_
W(' hahcretf.I'f: ued and as -m h chi' '- - - -
PROnfCE. < rfully recomUK J" ...al.l.ltL of ( : -- -- -
COUNTRY
OTHER .adstien
ALL
AND
fellS, .
lTJDiIi', SKINS. e countv will
1
:'" nd it. Respectfully, your obe-d't. fcnVts. L.avesthd'luus'Il"d I di na-Ml I is hereby! given that pruceed,5j
: JAMES EC LE: c-- < vey are quested to priwnt them aitlv ., NOTICE
properly
.:1 01ht.1832.: 15tf.1 JA1EHP'llRAY: : Monday and Fml!} tll :; A. I! ir,.rated 'jthnl.tlH. tinu' p> I lH>ub>.d hv law other Y the 29 Ji day of January hoi 1

DAVIDGLAD!:, _ ,_ _.. \1., and will arnvi nt Millec'gee ;j u .st- they will be f.rover ba.ud. Tf.o e indebted wlpi t" public auction to the highest bidder tor situated cash, a in. Ai

-'I- 'K.NKV BOND,-Offers for sale COTTONiJN"5 ) OIOGEMOR"I.MER.Tho \' by 1-4 A. .\., on the follow- I a-c. m.ik iiuinetliau- J'\ lilt lit us. ipdu!<'ercc ., I and lot bvlonning to Parson O. Hayes, Church **.
cair.r.L ,
.: ; I made by Mr. John SrMy, of Louisville above valuable nrtirles maybe had at wholesain III. j'11I1r-day and Mondays, making the trip in a little I,I lie I Inll. \r. L). HARRISON Adn-'iur tow n of Tallahassee, near the Methodist G io1

."i z' .m :Jj to 50 saw-8-Also, 2 ol' Alexander's Flor- and retail, at a small advance on the mi>iufacturT'< inoj than three day-'1 he line has been \ cry much J a mi try 19th 1 1S33.I 2.u.: I virtu'-* a ilec-d of trust given by the said: Haves ;.

: i'...> above Gins will be sold on reasonable terms puce, of E. B. PERKINS) *igmtTallilns improvj'd by the addition of new cO'1chcs-alld extra I I the 14th day of January 1531, and conveying the of JJJ

.,. C m nths f"r good security. ) H'< January 5th 1 *3J.: 20if teams of hoises-for seats apply at the store of C. I v' ITgn STATUS MAIL( s'nA\-BtiATS t property tonic in trust"to secure the payment bondbt1
6v
C. A l'hams-all baggage and I the iiuuelreii and twenty-five dollars due
nik
Scotch and Kentucky, puree sat nf the I
Cot'f-n Bairgms
;, tol
; and'Twine lust Received owners oi' UM same R. SHAW, Agent. .NDREVJACiCON ANT I I I ilato :?'Ih! January 1831, from the said Hayes,
Ky. Bale Rope No\cr.ib. 1 .. ... KIlsAILLES.-From deceased.
r20th 1 1632. 14ti' -- (0'umhu" -I I H. Ci n en., etccutorof Solomon] Green .
Sj..'r Boilers of mall 'sizes _ _ _ to Appalachian. Tlv; GIDEON. GREEN. 11
I it schooner I ILO from Baltimore (
and for
S.n-ks blown and ground Liverpool Salt, sale .
400 P Territory Florida, Middle ) at, 'ye bo.it! will: |leave Columbus alternately his .itlcrney, MDor.
tH'lonJflY. By
J600lJmhdsof CORN ;\
(0 :\1. Coarse Alum, I District GudMlen \ Nov. 12th 1832. and U'r.'neiJay 6 frf "
inc.Tillahassep. I 110) BblsS. fine Howard Street FLOUR County. S at o'clock A. \1. Awluchicola \,. 29,1832. iOtds. AR'l'l1t'RMACO*
Lard
Fl' ar, Bacon, V. ILLIAM I HARRISON and will intersect the now mail
) st line
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15)) MACKEREL ,
sept. 18, 1832. 5tf. "S : J Irom Tallahassee to Ir.llilc'ia : IVns.\rol.i 7 :: 'TICE.-Thc subscriber has obtained lettenl
40 do HERRINGS, (Susqurh.-xna.,) } Equity. a Aspa I l* .
:. i itory of Florida, Middle | No,. 13t.h IS32. 50 SACKS SALT, JOHN) C. ARMISTEAD. j" h-a on Tuesday and Thursday noon. In rt tlll'llillC', ., 1 administration on the estate of Michael $,

; I .rsi net, Gadsden County. 000 Lbn ACON \; (superior,) T day came the parties by their attorneys, and will leave Appalnrhirr! cvrry Tl, r.slay and riLnnt mills, late of Leon County ilcceased. RequestS If aper"U"
HUNTER \ the 'I1II'LunJ.Ol his 10 ocl..rk A'I.: and arrive at Axpala-ra having claims against said estate to p fal
ih n.x'daysby
ADAM Any pei>oi wis-hinj: to purchase the corn, can have by attorney, and by leave of L
the rom-t ..IJ\II'lIdr his bill! 2o'clock3I. where will nmi them dulyuthcnticated, within the time prescfl9"
crHit u11ti1 thc first of suggesting the dea'.h of the lJasl"'cri sta.rt
January by bondwitli
In giving a : ind<*
Equity. r
tor l'ahaha.-s.e.! those
ocKwoob SHELTON, ? se-uriiy TIMOTHY, I M'CAin! defendant John C. Ann tcad. And that Marcus A by law, or they will be forever barred,

". .1LLIAM H.ELLIS. jrN J At mislead is his administrator, and:it apoearino- that Tinpropiietors of the :1 htlightcrrrl4ht \boats lavuncsted to the estate, are requested to make immediate'J"' r.

motion of the complainant by his attorney, and DR. JOHMMLEMORE. the l latter docs not re&idt in this Territory, it is therefore a largo capital in fitting, thc,,, up for ,the coni ment. BENJAMIN BYRD, .

t appearing; to the court, that the defendants do tiered! that unless the said defendant answer the fort: of passengers, m thc confident expectation that :1 Magnolia, January 5th 1833.REMOVAL.. .

4 '.it residein this Territory, it is ordered, that unless 1| ESPEC'fFULLYiufornls the citizens complainants bill, on or before the twenty-fifth day ot discermnK community will not sLitTer this (the first at- lal

':;said defendants answer the complainants bill on or of Tallahassee, and its vicinity, that hilias March next, the same will be taken! for confessed, and tempt to supply Appalachicola with regular mail')ft D _

i.fore the twenty-fifth day of March next, the same located himself in thiscity.N. the matters thereof decreed accordingly and it is further go down for want of patronage. THE Subscriber takes this opportunity to i

-. :11 be tftkf-n for confessed, and the matters thereof B. He may be found at his office next door tr I ordered, that this orJcr be published once a w tk Appalachicola, January 19th 1833 22tf Customers, and the public generally, th1j]

', recd accordinglyand it is further ordered, that n Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his residence cor,. for four months in MW.C authorised} newspaper in this has removed his Confectionary to the house o(M

'. ":-y of this order be published in some authorised ner of Adamsand CaB streets. district. R. C. LESTER clerk and master in equity TJiFiiApD L. <$. M. A Armistead near the Capitol Square,.Jf

'1 %X\vspnper of this district once week for four months. Tallahassee Mardi 6th 1832. 183m1T November 20th 1832. 144m" he keeps constantly on hand the best of LlliUO] .

-r R. C. LESTER clerk and master in equity. HAS just New received-Orleans.per.schooner Ann Hoar (rot a all kinds-also various kinds of Wine and Cotdte

November2Otll 1832. 144m Auction & Commission business. Regular Packet from St. Marks to Jfeic-Orleans. 20 bbls. 25 bbls. Porter, Cider, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeais, .f
whiskey ; N. O. rum Different kinds of Relishes at all times $%l
schr. &c &c. ,
new
LAUD has just received and for sale THE Lady Washington P. H. Swaim, 30 bbls. mess and prime pork 50 bbls' hiJcere / J
JStPH very THE subscriber liaving- been will ply between this and New-Orleans U ; superfine flom, which he offers on liberal terms. He tenders .
4 boxes shoes, all kinds brown domestics, ap. 6 apple brandy ; 3 bbI old T"al
'h\1 cogniac brandy for their
C p ; auctioneer for Leon county. offers hi as a regular packet, during this season. 20 thanks to his customer generally, .,
kegs lard 20 sacks ,
silk coffee
assortment cotton and urn- ; 30 boxes &.
\" ortw"nl i gent.cloaks, boxes services to the public in auction andcommissionbusi_ For freight or passage, having elegant accnmmoda oO sacks Liverpool salt. ; kegs tobacc a favors the past year-and hopes by unre
butter 20 superior to- of '
br "I'Hf 011tT1olia; JO kegs goshen, December 29th; 183!. 19tf. ness. lIe pledges himself pay strict attention to al I tions, apply to the captain on board, or to E. SEIXAS Which, together with his former stock of attention to business, to merit a ccntiiuance ,

b'lr business intrusted to him ; and attend estate or othe:r Magnolia. December 29th 1832. igtf dry-goods hardware groctrie. patronage. _-l"f'1

; 1 'iii"' Token and Souvenir for 1S33, containing 2Cndid I sales in the country. His office is in the town of Magnolia l\\T01'ICE.--Hix weeks after date application will Ix stetl etc. etc., ,-he offers, crockerywart to his assorted iroa an i R.K. w '
customers and the J:1
B ".- tel rravings-also: the Pearl for .833 where he may at all times be found. 1. made to the honourable the court for the c-xtreemly low for publiat IC July 10, 1332. 47 tf

:i _'WD.rd: Ho! by Paulding, The Hcedinmaur, by Mnrohl3ih J 1832. 30tf B. RYRD. county of Leon, for letters of administration county on the Magnolia, January pnces 19th 1833.cash or cotton. P. S. R. K. West has just received direc .!

and a variety of school-books, miscellaneous I estate of William Hall 22t tf Baltimore, a large supply of the very best qutJ1
C"P"; LANK BILLS OF LADING-NcatI, dec'd. late of said county.CHOICE afl4 .
received at this office. B LIQUORS AND CONFECTIONARY.-His friends
and stationary just

:'-ctk:oT, 18th. 1811. Itlf, WJLJAMWUSON. printed and kept fer esta at t to Office Bee. e9th 1832. J96\ WAJ. HALL.HALL, JOB PRINTING-Executed and despatch at this OmroJ with neal.- and lovers judge of good for them.fife.eating and drinking Oc.3Otb, are 1stJ.invited Wj$':










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