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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: February 9, 1833
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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f t THK I 1 LOR1DIAN.rffeUSHED tam a copy of the Record ou application tl\ tbfl

I EVER SATURDAY MORNING ATFt' THE FL SID I i\ Clerk of the State C'ourtthesarne mnlbeip: *

, dollars in advanceFive in six months plied by affidavit or otherwise, n s the case may
allow in
1 alltwriiseontinuedunlessattheoption of the Courts of the United States.
-Ko paper The 5th Section authorizes the President of .
are paid.AdrerlueIlCnts ,
the Editor, 1* re arrearage the United States to issue his Proclamation
"
will be conspicuously l inserted at seents "L.AISSEZ ?TOUS FAIRE. and
to call
out sufficient military force to repel
e the first insertion and
for ,
x'enty.five per square any, force which may obstruct the proceedings
fifty cents for each subsequent continuance. All ad- wit r.mQ aruu aa Q eamu nEcaoZe: : a. ,, UPUBLC \, ..!:: ..rthe Federal Courts-he being notified of

"cruitl11ents kill%be continued until forbid,unless other .. .."... ,' the necesity of doing so by some Judge of the
.
I TICE.-AII persons indebted to the from Journal edera I, Circuit, or District Court.
the Georgia ment of rice to the Havana, and hrtn ud :jlw The 7th
Samuel ,
; 1
Richmond
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ThTposu-c comnunications to the dec'd., are requested: South Carolina has =The Section extends the privileges of the writ of
all Icttcrsand to call and settle their accounts, as the situation of the paused.-- politeness proceeds to be returned to the port in ugar,
Editor, must ebeon paid, or they will not receive atten- estate vrill, ot admit of any indulgence being given. of a friend in Augusta gave us private in elli- for the express purpose of making the question ; Habeas Gorptw to the cases of persons confined -

JOHN AUCH1NLECK, Executors.Ocheeset. r peace of the rumour ofthis event, which has under the Ordinance. He should now, in the under a State law for having executed the
I
tion. -- -- \V1M. LANLOW, { since been confirmed by the Charleston p'a. crisis presented by the unexpected course e- laws of the United Slates. The bill was read
January 26 1833.
238w
; aJ.E 'tire authorized 10 UUUOUUCC _TBtfOTlCt.-All persons indebted to the estate of pers.-South Carolina has de mined to whit] vents haoTtakeh in Congress, and the Legislature and ordered to a 2d reading.,

. Col. JUSKI'IUIWHITi.: ., a Candida lo represent .1 ll Davis Tlovd dec'd., are requested to rail and set- the action of the present session of Congre, of Yiiginia, permit his importation, on its CHAPTER

. Flolllb 1II..!thel3f i Conga l p i tie with James &. Linn Esqr., LS the situation ofthe estate before she enforces her Ordinance. Tbis proceeding arrival, to go into the custom, house stores, OF ACCIDENS. very

Jl\ r-; o 1't 1-X.- W CO irulrIs." will not limit of any indulgence: being; eiven.: indeed, is not official, neither the Convention and wait the issue of the measures' to which respectable citizen, Mr. Sylver'er Chew, of

r 'niji Subscriber has an assortment BEN BETSEY CHAIRES FLOYD, )$ Executrix.Executor. or the Legislature being in session ; be had referred This course, or the alternative Carpenter's Landing, in this County, on hi&

I. --- HiriuiU's best Suli Saw Cotton Gins, assorted Tallahassee Jantmry 12th 1833. 21tf but it i% in effect, the samje thing ; being resolutions of bonding his gouda was open to every way to Philadelphia throu-rh this placer home,

.... (nun JJ to 71 1 Saw s, "huh will be sold at b2! : ami PPALACHICOLA HC'TEL.-The seconded by Ex-GoVernor Hamilton, citizen by which all conflict between the Federal on Saturday last, loaded with sail &<:. fell

t; .;!i.i! I Ir p. r yaw on a Credit until the first day ol Janua- Ii A subscriber bt.gs. leave to inform his and unanimously adopted by, we believe, the authorities and ourselves could be void- from the fore part of his waggon, the f forward

) Ij' H, t" futode l'olUb\t\ ; purchaser: : friends and the public generally, that he has most numerous meeting that has ever assembled ded until Message wheel of which passed over his bod)". He was
UL JAMlN BYRD. taken this establishment} for a term ; and if at the circus. These resolutions which of the President immediately carried to the office of Dr. Foster
which all intention'of
: 41 tf by
'a' *n'eba.\1ay22, Igtg. he meets with! such encouragement as he wishes to and
TS'll'rAVr"Kl: .-:MX aile! bodicJ\ negro men, for merit he will continue it. His table w ill be furnished the length of the late Mes.snge must exclude, the immediate use of force is disclaimed make Humphreys who used all efforts to resuscitate -

\ll1l.h the list of wages will Iw tfven; -apply with the i best the market can afford-anil his exertions condemn the Proclamation. the President, such a decision free from any difficulty that a him. He died about eight oclock iho

t J. G. bllA.'lLll will l he unremitted to render his guests as comfortableas in terms ot most! unmeasu .4 violence*, aid le-. most fastidious sense of honor Gould same evening, leaving awife and a Furge :'am-

TB: t'f'l' -., \JVC"I\''r Cth lets 'l'2fN ( possible. Jnmiary l'2ih IE.33.OREN: :MARSH.Appalarhiroln 21 if. affirm the points of dorfriMc) on inch the p tr- are in fact in ho trenchc, resting suggest.We 071 our Iy of children, one ot whom was born- father-
If CULE.1'lA ol.services have thus tare acted. less, to lament his loss.
respectfully and Commission &c. tv They notice what arms, and in a position in which moderation
f ,rrt'1tn pr.a'rssnnaal to the Citizens of Storage, they consider a concentration of military andnaval and forbearance will give a vastly Wednesday: last a son of :Mr. Isaac
I augmented
y di.II.a's.." and tho Country. TIlE undersigned has large: and convenient Ware force by the Governrrh-nt and around Cheesman,jr. of this vicinity was thrown from-
efficiency to resistance when
;and Cotton sheds, and is prepared to receive ? our we are call
( aL U1(;E S. ilAWKJiNS, GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Sturt the State, and resolve that the whole party will I ed upon to make it.', his team, !oaded with wood, the fore wheel of

l h II UJNtl\i : and CluIIMllor ai; LAW Mariann c bLc. volunteer en masse in resi t1nce. l'01. Preston also addressed the which passed over and broke his leg. Unable

.l Vj\ "-s 1 Kl'trula. January 'Itch' 1 1831. 2n 'CoLton Storrd, sold or shipped, and all Commission The iburtc-mth resolution is as follows. : in a style of viru.'ent' unusual meeting, by his cries to bring;: any one to his assistance,
eloquence i it
--- Bossiness strictly attended to. lIe solicits share!' of he
Sugar Mill, public I patronage. EDWARD SEIXAS. "Resolved, That although we have felt it to would seem, even with him, as it has called was oblieged to crawl upon his load throw-

i iS X II \ <.LUX liai'e just rese'upd a small :.M.igimha, October 16,1:<32. 9tf be a sacred duty to manifest these determinations forth a very warm eulogy from the Post.r e off the wood, atld drive about a mile over an

.>J"J( eudicular, Sugar Mill, which they offer forca.r MEDICAL.The and to express these sentiments, we have may (presume, however, that he supported the unusual loughro..d, to the nearest iwelling.

tin a credit until March next. undersigned have formed a partnershipunder nevertheless, seenMth lively satisfaction, not forbearing I and of the re.olu It was several hours before medical assistance:
temperate parts
Jill l} IU. !*<: 'l 47 tf- the firm of CREWS & TRIPPE, for the only the indications of a beniticial modification tion as the whole was procured.On .
told
were
SALE LOW FOU CAbhi.::; -5l> pieces krst of the ilifJVrent of the scienceof adopted, we are ,
-'tit branches
practice last
t t of the Tariif i, but the expression of sentimentsin without a dissenting voice. Friday we are informed that Mr.
.... of cotton bag m!!;, medicine. hand extensive
q.ulay They have on an branches Mark Jennings, fell from Ins
both of Cun'res well : with his
> a:: < in wagon
a
'>o c' i'hal wl'c. Just received by sloopCybel supply of fresh medicines which they will disposeof ;; I other We hail the event as a happy W e feet
"i J. \";. KLF.1N. uu picious to the augury. entangled in the lin she was d
}) I ; ? I l-S-2.: 17if. / li\terallerms. Their office is iii'ehbVille quarters peace and harmony the nr.; !!s ;
tin now see ruling party of the State, and the ia that
'b6f' r''lIl \11\\11-/ r-\LLO\V will Jackson H B. CREWS ofthe Union and the.-e indicationshall: condition home, a distance lit'aHJut:: a
ba County. President
the of forc
equally averse to
,."., flf' purehased by the suhsfriher use mile, His flesh was lacerated ,
"
l HENRY 'I'RuI'PE.1'ebbville be mot cftrre-pot.dil: dispositions: ou our partit the and 'ra;ell in
administration
rl.l i ah! ,I'il t'.t-.h: and H-rrnerous! j price will be paid, if de- April i is hereby declared that it is the sense ol -we see anxiolJ -ly searching the most shocking manner. arid hi clothes '!.
first ll.1)' ul' March next.J. for some practical mean of avoiding it- '
;\en-d bv tin:
Jar Arson Huptnvr Court. this lI1 'l'tltlthat:, pending the process of the
r.. k N. I1AMLEN.11Lt'noha and we see Congress enuagod in removin that
: fr'pmlt'r 13'h; 1 1S32. 17tf I HD. H. Dl'DUSEpl'lf.. / measiiies here alluded! to, ail; occasions of collision the foundation of the
-- "S > In Attachment. the Federal, controversy.If Mr. William L. Dilks few
between and State authorities a days: since
To Planters. BE4JAUHOLDEN: Deft. should avoided Congress should; succeed in this, by am:- whilst employed with his horses and
interested notified that srud sedulously on both sides wagon,
,, ))1t S.ALE-t Copper- Boiler 4LL persons are hereby terial reduction, at this Session, of the .
impost-*, accidentally got his
[ hath this day been coinmt-ncnl l y attachment iu the hope that the .painful controversy in leg under the wheel ; it
VNu-< 'of'fer Dippers SUnni"erK. hnd .;cI(1p9.1: GEORGE S.H .\\VKI.NS, which South Carolina i- now be with a view of their further reduction it will I was broken.
jfi-durcd nrit-es.-Alo, JIII'm l Horse Mill tones Plt7Itif.Oe'f.'mber engaged, may o the of the
"" .Iitorztty for preserve peace country ; such an event Ue believe it has
before fallen
tlJ1't
and
never
the
:\I'Plv to IlLTTONJtEMORV.Mty'lft. : 29th J 1332.! l 19tf C'hy :-ali-fuetonly; adju.-ted: Unionof to our
1J-J;: :b Lf. will indeed dissatisfy the Kastern: people, lot to notice in this
>> : D.\II "IS'J'ILTUlt'LE.. n. the -e States, be established on a sure toun- so many accidents neighborhood -
& -Ag.rctablc: to
: TOREAGE."Xatlditiou 1\. order of the hnnouri: the county court for tin dation." but it will dispose them to a Federal Convention ,, in the same space of time ; though
<. of Gadsden I hall sale ill which has now become more necessary: with one exception
unty expose to public Thc fifteenth proposes to forma Free Trade we are happy to say she
to his ware-house the front .if the court house door, in the town of Clmnry Importing "in order that if I thin ever ; for under the consolidating: Priori- consequences are much more favorahi! ** than
Company; practicable
"uis'riu' r ha' nccntlyerci'itd: a spacious buiidti Tuesday the 26th day of March nt-xt, all 'thi real i I :! pies of the proclamation, on the one hand and might have been (.ted.re trust this
liir 'hole ol the artn-le) of l'xpe u>-
.
LehngintoJohn P.'al: lttr of the said ; > foreign merrhandize
estate ;; ; county -
and oods.
J lorreceivni"" coton
art- i\ ? teet, of Nullification ou the other, this Union tice of them
TIMUTHYM'CARTY.I9tf: deceased. \V. 0. HAIUll1III'tnr.( con-urned l hy the people of this Mate can I will induce teamsters to be more
not net along. These points HUM be settled
; I. \1ad.. fnmhf>r 27th 1i-\1.': Jatiuary 26'h 1833._23: dsTIJ may hers-after te: imported, free from the odious ; wary.
+ l'L'ICE.--'l"J.t: tits lit rs 1 slates in '1 :ilkih.i-.M e, and there are seve. al others, contained in Tur-
iiramtree Cotton Gill. > and unron-.titual tributw which have
we
J. 1 and! its> vicnritV arc informed tla.l1lhc jmtrol l.iws, I' .'* ner's resolutions, as: they passed the House ofRepresentatl.s I Tf.PER: ,CE.-Ollc ofthe volunteercompanies
, : Ml: :--\LE-\ 55 Saw <.'"ttllll Gin, (Iron fra- rcbi'tctui* laves w,ill be strictly l'/I"Ircett-l1uc; j persons 'hitherto I p Id. i of I
1 nt.1! > troiu Uraintrce Ianufactor)'. Apply) to liaviirgoccnsutn to Sl'lltllhcir l servants to low n on In the filV-e-ith, they Resolve, That while this Statc, that the Northern i[ : of this place held a meeting J last

:.,t:JUM.piV.!' 1lein,St. :Mar'' *. business are'advised to fumitlitm! with the rrijUMtctickets. : this meeting bees with satisfaction from thePrindf and \\ c.st'fU States will see must be set ) eek, at a public house and after they had:
.ft'l. \V. K will receive orders for other Saw Gins of A.V.. CItE\CS, city mar,h.tl.Tallahassee. : tied. transacted their business, the
., ninnuUilure.k m'-, recent Message to C m;ress, that I customary con-
ttIC :iIJ\I\'f. January lath 1633.: 2-26 MTINSURANCE .
If the the bill should not [ iribufioa by each member made; for
on the
;tn.lut)" HJ.._132 47 tf ---- he now ackIlO\+lcdge, that under the r.xi-tmg contrary, passat ; was
-1t.gtda'afkrt front St..Urrls: tu .VcE'.Orlcc&7ls. .. bus and constitution of the United States, he the present Session, time will rave been purchase of spirituous I fiqu<>r-thf whole a-
0 Z gamed for the in :South Carolina to mark cnountiu:: to/our/ or five dollars. t\ h**
new schr. Lady Washington; P. H. Swaim, hano light to report In military force, for ,, party t: i reolution -
1'liE \\ill betwci-n tliij and New-OrLans the ; ruil.lic: ) opinion. Pausing was offered, seconded, andca.-' I .
ply TI1 the purpose' ol coercing the State, and of:.: progresof: : ; as : ; .manimuu -
a regular packet, during: this season.tniH forcing within their limits, these acts which they now do, and reverting; k> this all impuitantmatter ; >lv, that no liquor should be hr'. 't. :tits()
Fllr or paisa;e, lavin: elegant accommoda- have bet her as we are ;:l.lI..I to>> sec hey do, they will the town, and the money contribute! '.. presented -
.
SEIYAS1r
,1St, apply; to the captain on board, or to E. | n pronounced by convention to -
aL Ibr'mlper29th 11"3'' I9tfITIVUTTALL J be uifconstutional, void and! no law." Yet discover, we hop', "htt i is Apparent to all the to the landlord fur the tie of hi i h..te.

-'TILLI.Al\l ami = Ii ue cannot avoid the expression of our regret rest ofthe Imion' lint the.puhlie m'nd I.-. now' This may be put down a- a"- sign oj Ike. 1.ncs."

ry FLEMING HIXON, have formed a La.I -.. = at the reiteration by the President: of the in,pu in tho progress: of wli! a irnaiige: : is will o :

itiierbluji:: and will practice in the Courts of the .\l 1111.e I tation upon our c.tiz us and constituted author I itself effect a *peaceful and radical rci JI t nil

Distnci, and Jackson County. Office near the J.r ities otI design: to l Levy war, or commit some of our policv. Some ardent -pirits, "ripe ') I

I bllft'r T.tiljHusM"au.7.! Hold.! 1832 W 1111 act of outrage against the United tatP-s.1: the newest fashions; ,'* a> the phniZr-i.;, miv: THE BRIG CUB .-There i i- too rU'wh
.
When all our measure. well possibly decide or censure their friends 1 m: reason; to le r that the crew of I.J'0'. =e1i
\Yewtcott as aour public I
;.. a .l Jr. & J. P. Booth, 1 A declarations have m.mifested; a determination 1 !I Charleston, for resting on their alirt''v'en for i iI which went dow at neranchor inthe l.oa. i sty

.JB R{ AYE rrsidenrcof formed a the Law li>rrnfr partnership is in Tal in lahabscc Florida., and The ofifci not to re>oft to force, exr.t'pt the same should I I an instant< ; but they, of -i'h II r fe>t''>!} hive not I: on Friday night; art lost. The J--if t.I of

i M tirnt West Point, Appll a'I'II't.la' Bay. llu l. apamst'loss or damage by FIRE can become absolutely. ('/1':0'11 v III self-defence the -lighte-t claim to the.1!high |.inonr chiru; :' Commerce of this morning says-

lit. ,- (',iru.t: 'd to them in any of Uif: courtsuf Florida the Subscriber the mos-t apentof favorable the testis Protection, on appliactionto Insurance to repel 1 1II\'a'liou. or to maintain within our own ter they aspire to, if they are 'o ;>e moved t>y any From conversation with our new.--i .t \\8

r. 'r.." id.inuusj| Counties of Gcnrgiaor Al.ilum.i; willt.1' company, Hartford, Connecticut. III \cry up-j, li.niia, the authorities, rights and liberties; appertaining taunts of tint kind. I It I n in deed! ,J. the highest arc confirmed in the apprehension: tiiui, .a
-:/ 'IYdt'I.+ :ndcdut. ___ Aui.3d, I 1S31.: : 50if plication the fair Cash value of the property must be to the people of South Carolina eflort of fortitude! to brave the! uuj'.st luiputj- I board the "uba went down with the H,:;-.-l.

.. :l)1I(**}*V M JiTJ) WMMBfcVBra : (V:: 1J1 MTV* slated, ands..ti fllcto'1': evidence, furnished of the correctness Sovreign State.} asa linn of ignominious faults fins was pel haps: I The Captain and crew can be heard of" no

LARGE and! complete assort- of the rcpresLUtatkm, and the good>> mural the severest t-a whichthe hi:!h spirit of v V ash- where. They have not been at the !Hook nor
Iw'm of Fresh Drugs :Medicines, n-rci- ch'iracterof the applicant. Thes olveiKy ofthe Olfict- 't hey denv in the seventh and eighth J1:.-olu-
,y: :New ., just and its fairness punctuality b,- confidently lugton ever had (o encounter ; but the chargttevn ; any landing place in the vicinity. The < apt.
r .r.l\n V d\I and lialtimuicfor bale, who It-sale may relicdon. bolas the constitutional: right in Congress to t
r.l1 r t.1d. Country MtrclRutsandPractiuunersaup- E.1 II. PERKINS.Tallahasscr : cowardice: itseif! could nO'C' thru t him :t. name was heating.Tihe mat waa man
it : oh tilt: lunai Jjcoinimidatins. ; terms. .,. 22.1S31.LATEST 27tf couti'r on the Pre.-id- tiic. powers he sug es- j l i' from that level 1 "oll,Jllerltiou"Which tiwiJruld I Jut; married. His name, and that of Itll'- -seamen -
ted in order. to avoal ;h- u.e of force m collecting I
ED\V.
.,t SEIk AS, FASHIONS and permanent interests of hi. country. requir we have not been able to Pl"e t'rt.un.
M 'v i' l.i!(tf_ Pruir::.Magnolia: Florida.L : I the revenue, au of carrying! ca>es to
number of
ed. The persons-011 board wa-prfnjly:
;, f H'L 1LLNT.-Tl.t- I plantation: iormcrly \\'atkllls-. R. H. WOOLLEY & Co the Supreme < ourt without a fJPy f of the
6 or 7. Two or three IjghhnVt're flO,r.ho
"..uly jppUdtiim! to lt. Hayward, or myself, will 1IYEttC11AJ1' 'l.:4..iL itS.l.TOULD State Court *.v < jrd, For our own parts we conceive this fate
, '''u .i tl'Utll'iI-.lhmt U'Oacrtsof! the I I.'nd are open. u measure the best act of the party ; the first, indeed wreck yesterday, endeavoring. to save par: ofthe
. **! ,.. 'rv ruh !"'33. 2tttf \CARTER. I re IJt'lflilly inform the (-i iz.-.iisot', 'I'aallalraseee They dye till executive committee of fif.1 that we could hartil/approve. It is one sail, rigging; +'c. The vessel was i7

.. 'I l il-Ji 'M.: __ Will be aul! 1. on or near Uic capitalwju.ue I ju Y'received from, and New-Yoik the public generally, the Iciest: thai they have teen, who are u-qup-ted h to takw the proper for which they ate the more to be commendedwhen J tons burthen, built in Maine, and aho.it 13.years .

Tiliahassoe, <>n :Monday the ISth day measure, tt.at rhe whole Parry m the Pat ishe.' old. She was of little value. ,
LONDON consider; the excited t feelings very
FASHIONS we extremely
ii.''l uary 'H.\t, .: 'likely luun mjrro fLIloalwut/ tit M. Philip and St.; Michael, be
may organized
yeirs: of ar I', the property (i if "'tJlrmzhhy'hife "ith general asaortim-ntuf. fashionable _..ods in their of those who have performed it. It is i impossible 'I, -
such called
rsi dc-M. 'l'crJIuolle, }h.ilf rish, and a credit on the I liar, consisting. ol sul.ernue| black, l flue, brow II, iuvi;o.- in a tanner a-. :* when uponto that any low or unworthy motive can Prospect of a new Indian war. ;The St;
an., until next JatIUM}'. P. \\' fEIlUUST.. bibie! gif-en, bottle preen, 4" steel mixt cloths, siiperfmr aid peaceably in our < ml capacity; as citizens be justly imputed tt them on this occasion, .or o Louis Times, ofthe 15th ult. contains the following
: :tE 1. '::111I 3,\. Of).,!,.. black, light drab i;. tatvy rolllul"ed I ca>>:.11I1\:1.-, d.irk, blur! the civil auihotiMes: oi' our :"tate, it mayu this that have in tins i! extract of a letter crag a gentle lean of
and prow D camlet A handsome plain reason, they begun ;
and
of
JuliNittornty J. variery fancy done with all poasble i
A11.111' : promptitude,
l energy and
Gal
... t' 1 ct Lair, plain vesting, black bilk velvet, &c. Xc.together: w itha and erleet." to act out that elevated patriotism which they respectability intelligence at na. da
. it ki: tC4.t-at duincy. general: assortment (If ready-made cloihii'*;, made ujiin } have always professed. It absolves them, i in !I ted 29th} November-
t: hilt alt nd the Courts of Gadsden, Leon and : the most fashionable and durable style, coiibistnn!_ "fgCltkmeu' | LOIIJ'I.iIfteto' organize volunteers are appointed part, from the charge of precipitancy, whichHistory r pets another Indian war. The Winebago
M. Jaik>oii counties: and flit'! Court o. Apjwais in I $ frock and dress: coats, coat-tce.s, pnnialooiib and h} the tweet nrst resolution, the record and wlichsh : Indiana are displeased with the treaty anti are
to ,
wvs preparing B
and vests, of almost fine linen and .
ua .ivscc.: January !itIlIS33. every description,
7 1 IK: weeks after 20 w i cotton shirts, fii!nntl: shirts &. draws, tine camlet cloaks Blue Loeka.ie is mounted with the Palmetto will still record aganst them, if they proceed :;; sending Woinpiun to the ( hippet\ay. Kick-

a I Hon. Jude of the dull-application J court of t\ J Leon JIbe I made to the I: and wrappers, &.c. Likewise; a variety of f.ibhioiiabLe l l button in the centre to extremities before all other means of redress ;i f a[>oo, Pottawaiamie, and other Indian, and allaccept

s' I |illlUUlust'dtl..nwthe county statcof G for letters fancy article:*> of gentl.'iucn'.dress! such as fancy iiuuiiHd Ex.GO\ eruor Hamilton, in scco idin;. the are deHionstrably exhausted. it ; which is equal to an alliance of so
< < riIViiey
3. < dec'd and plain S C OCKS black Italm bilk CRA V'I'&fancywhite 5
1 I..,. li .l. l sr:t. 226w J. \\". KLKlX.L. }: figured,Muongue, HANDKERCHIEFS Resolutions, made, it would ::e-em, a speech ea ,f t' many powers."-The same paper states: that

. ( I.1'1"(' .-Ilavins; btt-n i pj/.nnud auctivneer for f.ne limn shirt collars shirt (bosoms! and studs: \\hilt some length. "Among other reworks/ he ob- We are utterly disappointed: in the expectation these was a report in town t that Caption Uoon's

:.I l"in. Leon in Chat county, 1 (Inrvby. | jute ofli-r my M rvirc') to the ..II''k, horse skin and buck gloves, suspenders, tlraatStlffineb seived that he rllrd ali)" approved of that resolution ot papers from VNashirigton for( seve3altIIaiJ t! compauof Rangers had been attacked on
r"pal'ly-1 lid lt-t'plII'' an olHce in &C. which recommended to the Party s-edu- Red River, by a band off arnanchee Indians
laatrrte) of HJurli dlw, oi.P xviH!! Iw <:"i\'f'n. In the A case of fine jrentlrmen'sBEAVER past, atilt know uflt what has been done, !
. iu-rcm, :nv Illl tn.-ss liftuitlj ':'r. II. 1'. W, Ilf)rd 1MT8 lou.h to avoid any conflict with the federalauthoiitirs and what they are doing. The ct lomittee c,tl'I and defeated, with a loss of f fourteen !\ hed.I .-

.. <::1 Iirttx'i ht 1..t32. an assortment and fur i
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J 7tfiiIi for a modification ol the arriti": Thatwe I the President's late Message and documents I doubt oi its truth.

.JOHN 15. TDJinn- I CAPS.The owed it to ourselves -to the cause in which ale said to be busily employed upon I AraraCaptain I uriroeofthe .Brig i Iym-

- is I.'JI mh .Hld tll<. Public, that his health is &or I subscribers guarantee to furnish those whit any we were engaged and to the friends of tree them, and intended to present their report at ail !: pis, of Georgetown arrived at Norfolk on bat-
J r <- 't'd.1" to enable him to resume his pruft'saion- : please lo favour them with their custom, with any article Trade and Lonsiinutional: Liberty throughoutthe i urday last from Kin Janeiro, which place he
UT'"', i iu their line made in the faithful early day.
Juiy3<) 1 lS.V2 50 tf I up most: : manner Ileft
1 4 and onlhe most reasonable terms, and hope that by other Mates, to institute at this:! moment no h \Ne hear oftwo shipments of Ordinance and ,I on the 16th Nov. informs the editors of '

.a of j t irltSJ ::1-rIU: 11t, their assiduity anti strict attention to business, they proceeding, whihLy such a conflct, might' other munitions of War, lately shipped from the Beaconrthat the U. S. ship Warren, Capt.

of ..Al"'OINEY-' 1..Ar.. will merit and receive a generous share of patronage have an inauspicious influence on the result of New York, for Charleston, having been ordered Cooper, wa-s at that place when he sailed-of"- ';

of JLL Practice ill the Court. of this, 1)ist sets and all orders notice.thankfully November received 1 l.'ilh: 1832.and executed at the 136m shortest the Bill in question. We moreover owed it to thither probably by the State authorities- to &cers and crew all well. The U. States Schr

.itar'trsun w Jackkuii County West Florida His ()lK.-c the measures now in progress in the Legislature assist in carrying on the ptacc.-lb. Boxer, Lt. Cwn. Wnu F. Shields, late first

u !t t Atl: a Street,, a pl waste that of the negi ter. I TllSCELLANEOUS.AWFUL ot Virginia Fortunately, we stood on lieutenant of Ship Wanen, sailed about 10
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, ImrUn"'m-s
1 i the of writ,", will he drawn __ fleeting for the East Indies. The Lex*
r aulattt: .1tttnUfJH to their l I --- ground we might pau.-e, wsthout e Late jrom Washington days previous
legal '
t tiahasa r Ju a 1 e lU. 829. occur 39t.l' VISITATION.-An inquest was held injuriously our honor, or the cause we sup- Postcrlpt.-\\'e have just time before our ington, Captain McKeever. was at Montevideo

lie I LLL\\fL-IASIINS ,rill at 44r Southampton How, liloomsbury, on the pOI t. 1'hecivil procoss of replevin, enacted paper goes to press barely to mention, that on at the last dates. .

amend to any business in tbe ; body of Mr. Isaic Tooke, an eminent wine by the Legislature under the Ordinance, was the 21st inst, the Senate Committee on the Judiciary i-

r'm1+tJ and faithfully! execute city any ofN vsoinmisaiousralTj E"" 'oau mere hunt, who had resided In the house for majiy at the option of any citizen who thought properto reported a bill to amend the revenue Weatlttr at the 1\"OTth.-The Boston GtoWf

if : /.um Ly Ll. friend in Florida, and the pubt years On Wednesday 7th, the errand use it. It is true the State has declared the laws, in substance thus : The 1st Sec. provides i- of the 6th inst. says that c. The mildness the!

c% t\-1urkJulq 1832.. 52 tr btty of the diseased found him in his parlour, tarrifr null and void, but it was for each citizen that the President in cases where powerful weather for several days past, has been a subject

n'ICc'-Six sitting in a chair in front of his dreasIn -glass, to determine for himself wheu he would pursue combinations render it impracticable to collect I- of general congratulation among the pL >

4* made tu the county week ali.er dale uptlicntioll will be with his head hanging over the back of the hrs remedy. Believing that a conflict accompanied or secure the revenue, may remove the chasers of fuel, and of melancholy reflection,

aj I f nl1nL1otr..uou- 011 court the estate of Leon of county Ellis for let. chair, and quite dead ; his face was partly) by-any thing like physical violence at : custom house in each collectors district, I to in particular, with the venders of that article..

led.= 1\O.\H STAFFUtI:Stafford' Lathered, and his shaving brush which had ei ,- this period, would hcve a most injurious tendency ; some secure place on land *r on board of a The daily saving in the expense of fuel tq.70%

-sect'- roar y 2d 1833 246w i wntly fallen fiom his hand, was l'iug.Jo the and that the worst designs would, i ia vessel, at which such duties shall be paid before 000 inhabitants, which is made during suchr-

ttrs4 ENRY law ,K Qui YOU. GL'a ,Attorney and counsellor floor. 'There was no doubt that the unfortunate such uu event, be unjustly imputed to our Party landing ; and authorize* the President or weather as contrasted with that of last winter*, .

o ncy, !Middle 'loridl\ 23tf gentleman had died naturally. It appeared he earnestly recommended the adoption of Collector to repel force by force-property I (nay be estimated to amount to at least two

JI ARlA.\\,med .\ Uu fI.L.'llC:: above-na- that he had for some time been afflicted I the resolution. For himself he could alone seized under the various revonuc laws of ibv thousand dollars daily."-The same description

\J iuaieuctan cst4bhahnlent ce flf C', form Ua<'ry] under ihde e with palpitation of the heart, and bad been in speak, hut he was free to declare that his conduct United States shall not be subject to Replevin. I is given in the N. York and Philadelphia i ,

the tu t'f rr t r.IIr the J aecommoJolt On of I'the 1' is Public now low spirits in can .equinc.e of the depression would be guided by the conciliatory tone 1 he 4th Section provides that where a part) i i papers-they compare.the- climate to that of"

ad' &If 25th e alld ltlr'3;wa. naeuierlt \"'t'Itu.s IL4 D..."' AN. of trade. Verdict-Died by the Yiaita- oi the resolution in question. sued in a Stale Court for any act done in ihi tiie; ring. But in then COUI!..O_(.O 4i. ?&.

,33tn: 'tool of God, j lie bad in Hecember last: sent gut >a chi P-' execution of the rc\\--c !: *r 'uud! cannot ob- the whole was reversed.f .

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-: i-! LI1LL P1IL -U =- ti\cly small Tilur, brcuusef tUtmetiops at the Cutlet of rtiJ k>urid' lrumtn&mrrie/iremento/nnf tirii kciron ly the creditor sation anti are ( f c1pznffli'that the prrer at the pedis

: L1LLflV4cO'C1L. river, and nf snt.ill ob ructron* ut .th..r points thcrr ,f: thr etorc which wa< read 'and laid on the table. ismliible, arni ought to be granted : they theretbre beg heave.

M Be it i esoltcd by the UfiilaJitt countil of the Tlnitory of Florida Mr. right from the judiciiry committee to wboipwa referred the to rport a bill tor their rent! ; which said| bill was introduced
That our delegate in Congress be requested to ute his rexertioii8 of the Extcuior: ami t'ieautM uf John Colin* deceAjM-tJ reported made the
I \\EUN.SDIX, January SO, 153 3. obtain petition real the lust tiurc and order of the Jay, for \Venealay.
to an appropriAUou to the bar <
improve and
river Heira
of Suwannec. a btlll to be euliiled an act fur the reliefof tie of Jol.nCollins .
I The 11btAe met pursuant to adjournment, u quorum being Resolved, That tbtse reooluuoiis be fori. aided without delay to deceased ; wlucb was read the tint lime mil made the order
m; *vul the journal of yesterdays piDceeUiUst* v,** xadAir. our delicate in."Congress. of Uie day for inunday. The house then adjourned until 6 o'clock p. m.

Bradlord pursuant tu previuus uoticc asked aud obtained Wkirli were u air. read and adopted. Mr. Ward from the committee on ebon. to whoo wa referred the 'f he house met pursuant to adjournment, a quorum being

}l to 1.1 .ilukiuc a bill to be entitled an act more cctuallyt.i Mr. llcllar yj OI ycstcrd.yt ir.tr('iiuctd the following resolutions, petition of Jane Aikm. reported a bill to be eiititleJ '-an act fur the re- present, the orders of the day were taken up.

I t.i), *w> ire the solvency of aU the banks iu tliw territory, and to to wit : fofJaiie Aikm" which was read the tint liuieaod made the order A bill Ui b<: milled, an act for the relief of Jane A5kin,'

fc-.bjtct: mem to the vyiiient of damages il they tail or relu.se fPlureot, the tate lavr of Consreas, giving the right of pre-emption of the tley fir monday.Il wai read u econd time, when the ru4e was on motion waived

to lus. ecie for t'.ieir mtes when demanded' -winch was 10 who.forty ACiDj of land, in this territory, has expired, and but few for r. Cooper from the committee on curolled bills reported as correct and the sai.l bill was read a tiu/d time and passed : ordcrcdtha{

f liiy tirst time and made the order of the day for Saturday hcin.-fit the law was intended,have reaped t'.ie advantage thereof If enrolled. tlr title be as above.A .

read ordered tu be wrilteii.Sir. riwhi not only to the shoitncss of the period that the law was in An act to authorize Jim Murray to sell the real estate of George bill to be entitled, an act providing lor the establishment
are *
and copies
1'
Hex: eighteen < ': ; but lo the indigent circumstances of of the settlers. Murray cJied "
I Meadwui oriered a resolution to instruct the Judiciary 7'td' tcAercaj, alo, it has been witnessed with many rcZret that m ny of u act to incorporate 4A the Commercial Bank of Florida." ard organization of the St. Aiifftistine guards, was read a scoid ..

r.jiainttee: 111 certain matters therein expressed, which way the )poor citizens after having made sin ill, but comforiable improvements Ao act to provide fir b-.lding! an adJitiynal term of the Superior time l y its title, and ordered lu I be engrossed for are 1hir

jvad Jiid laid ou tiie table uutil tomorrow. have been compelled lo move not unfrequently two or three Court in Hamilton County." ding.
Mr Beil oiTered A resoluti., iu relation to the improvement times, by those who were able to purchase the land of the United 'Are acttu incorporate the protentant episcopal congregation at Key A bill to be entitled, an act to authorize the county

m* navigation$ of Suwaunee river, which Was read, ur.a lauln States from under them. in this territory, to appoint inspectors of beef in the recumties

the table until Uywrrow. Therefore be further rtjuhtJ, That our delegate in Congresi be An net fur tbe relief 'W in. Iliiliard! and -tbers ," was read a second time, and laid on the table until

: Mr. Bellamy ottered a reaoluiion, iu relation to pr'emptionriiltitj requested to use his best e ten ions (if consistent with ihu policy of "An act *1.o incorporate ll.ecily of M. Auzustnu'. and to repeal the tomorrow.

ivbica read and laid on the table until tomorrow.Mr. the country) to procure the paRsatre of a law to extend the pre-tinj'- act entitled an act toincfir>M>rat&; the city of .Si Au astiuf,' approved The engrossed bill entitled, an act tu prnrideJer ao aoJi.tion.il .
; was enrolled biDv tion law, or lo compel thoge who purchase the land, to pay the settler the 1 1th of Februuy h'3l' ." ; tenii of the superior coui t in Hamilu Cuunt'mended
Cooper frt.-iw the committee on reported as for his '. divoicex and W3S
improvements.Resulted. An act in addilu n M anict enttlpd an act concerning ai.d read thetlurd
carolled, an act to establish[ and regulate the rates 1 hat the be forwarded nt> ne objecting : u'njeanjpa .
resolutions fotthwilh
coni-ctlc * of t iiMiiatfc for theSu JuliiH and Nassau rivers in the territory delegate in Congress .a An'act to change the lun of holding! the superior court in the ordered that the title be as ahoy e.

of Flor.da"-whicli was signed by the president of the oouu- Which were read and adopted. coantmq of %%'utltuui. V ailiiutun. Jaciisou, 'ayuttwhich and Fianklinr Mr. Compton, on a former day introduced U.e lijllowin(,

; cJ. A Bill tci be entitled, an act amendatory and in aJiliti.>n lo an wnro (tinned tiy the pre-idi ut'A sselutions :

A bill to bo entitled an act lo incorporate the Marianna act relating lo roads, highways and lruIc'" passrd 1st Febru-iry bill to be fnlit!. d. .in act more RtTrctu thy to secure the solvency I Whereas, The Yellow river, situated in cv't Fi&., *

.tc.tdciiy"-wa3 read a second tiuu frum the orders of tuehv 1832. was again taken up in coiuimtlec of th- whole, ufter s.oinetiniv of all the 1J iiilu m thit territon and to .ihj.rt: them to tli' payment off charging its waters into Blackwater! bay, ard ufTuru'Uig at a'']

ordered be engrossed and read oato spent therein, the committee arose : and Mr. Smith thcict'rom repoi ted l|>oned, uud m.iet* the ouler of the djy for 'I &eday I it practicable for boats and raft il :awing (the uuiie .....i.t -

morrow.Tue and said bill is oidcred lo be cngrooscd, for streanim
ai', tt
I following resolutions offered by Mr. Blount on a former day next. \ MM to be entitled, aui net regulating the rate of interest," w.issixain ; hundred and inie! yr diitanof

JRV 10 wit : A bill to be entitled, an act lo grant an additional term nf the ad.periorc'Hirl taken up in committee nf the whole : and after sometime peattuaPrein otie twenty amul atl3 upwnrti ruriniii

Unsolved, That a select committee be appointed to inquire in Hamilton county ; was read a third time and j>assyi : the committee aroMfu ; and .Mr. Gautier thcu-irom r j,orted said inti lit run \fi niiu'c; country j rthmig t'reat Jii illiii* ii(. ,
into t..elAle of the Bank of Florida, the niotmcr iu which ordered that the title l l'c un nt t provid fur uddiu'iiial term of the tI1wih iiiirirJinon i*. wtii.I '.ra. riiiciiiriti iii by In.- lioui *. and 'II h trade of Pensacola, arid iiltimalt-Iy Jo the Uuiirrr Suits ;

tiicinstiiatioa iias beLt conducted, and whether U i is not in superior court in Hamilton otntv." s aid hill 11 ordered lu be eu-jro i-d, a.iJ made the order of the day for I being iiianv valuable saw-mill s-tats on iu tributary istrey
An engrossed bill entitled) lo I and growths of various descriptions v'u :Cypres
fact Bauk.Itesnlved. an act incorporate the Mariaiiin Monday next <, junJer
a private. 1'aat the said coTiiHittee inquire whether the oflir.cTA Academy" was icod a third time and p.u>$fd : ordered that tl.e ut!>. An .'enro-4-ed bill entitled. an act drclarme Cold Water Creek. :n I yellow and sap pine, the white and read oakandfrcqi.eit/v-t/>iJ

which be as alwvc. Eueauntiu: rounty. a navigible stream' ," vare.id & tlind(rule b) Lt.4 title I ive-oak, of the largest and best qualilv ; but at tliw time"va
of the Bank been ffuilty practices
have are
nol An tnrrost: >cil bill entitled, "an act in addition lo nn act cn'.itloilan I 1I(! passed : ordered that the litV !) a.i nfure >nd. I uelesrf.. in consequence of the many < trnctionsiccns\niH-il l..
in direct violation of its charter, and destructive ol the purpof.es .icl conc mine divorces, and /xlKuony," npproveil 31st Oct. I2 : The house then ailjourned until .Moudav next at 12 o'cl ck. raID ofOITK\ at dillerent poinU of said river : TherditreBeit
for whicu the institution was established. retd third tune and MONU.Y cbruary 4. 1533.
; was a p.issrii; ; ordered thai the title he as nlnvt. council
Resolved! flat the committee in order to facilitate the inl Mr. G.xutier, on a fornur Gay intiuducul the following rtaulu-u.i The hoii p mot pursuant to adouromeut| 4 cjuorum being present. resolced ly the legishtice f/the Temfon/cf

and" Rewired That the In ilireiti Mr. Haulier moved that ihe vut on the first day of liiis month tiLl best exertions, to obtain an appropriation to improve tin
;;ir persons anJ |papers; which were severally read adopted ser eint-at-auns, (.1 this hu'e, : i to given
Mi-.ssrs. Bloaut, Smith, Chandler, Meacnuiu and Gauticr, wereappointed have wailu fun liwi' Ii, a. suitable case, fitted t to the .v.-tth-ucsi iece pacing the bill entitled an bet to iiiC' rp ri/e the subscribers to> the avigitioi of said Yellow river.
thereon. of their chunibf.) to conlaiu the library <>f the rmmnl, and the hi-\ Uni 'n I lank of HoriJa.-l I he rocoumd.Mpd. ivluch molioil prevailed Resolved, That there resolutions be forwarded forthwith! t.

in.ils; of all I b'.' the
former introduced
following ics-
:1r8eiianiy 011 a dy, the council except the acts and journal*, and that il shall I bf tjn> il ryof Mr.1 Meacham >MU notice that h.- w II on some future day ask leave Which were read and adopted.A .

a oluti'i-, to wit : the I'.i f clerk to arrange, emloi., lumil er, file .uid make a CJtln -> to introduce n bill! relative to the coll. ctnm cif militia fines bill to be entitled fix the tune and *
an act to placefr |
U.-> jived, That the committee: on the Judiciary be instructed ; iti' of ue papers of this session, within thirty tl.iv. after the end %lr. South ;pur>uant M pre' nm< milieu aked and btained !I. ave. to [ the
to iivjunu into the expediency of enacting some law by which 'J 1h the scs.nni, find that the prt-tulcm, \li f aulh rircd tu 1m e the l.kt mtioducr a bill to I b ei.Mtfd uir ai-t pn.xidm ,! f'r tho fslaMliihment..uid mlding several terms of the superior court oi the district

fraudulent and dishonest deb'tois, secietly or covinously disposing ', il'jCUincnU'if p.tst serious, so arranged, rnJwscd, nun' rd ..ti.liled .' or aiui.iti nofthi'St Xu;:u.tine uard->. whici! vv
t of their property, or who are about to abscond from, ur and also a catalogue of the l books *iia le : I'fueidnl, Th cov lime by ilj title and m ul.- the urder of tin; day for tomorm.v Columbia, was read the scctuu! time : whereupon the rs rf

iti7e: liiis territory, may be compelled to give bail on a. tapiasaJ of such cose kh.ilI not c-xrced $30, nor the cost iif ar..tn.iui;; the paper '1. Uellamv picseutfi! I ICc' |K ttti
rcfpondtndtmi.liev shall not exceul 10 : nhidi was le.ul and .ulnpti d. MJII county. |.uinjr IK !lu, att.u:hd to 1isistii! rounty. which VVRS lead third time and passed : ordered that the title be as ahovestatec

That the Judiciary committee be instructed to The hou.se then udjoauitJ until to-niyirow I ID uYl in K.KRIDAV ;. and referie.l In a select coiumille-e. Me,sii ellamy, llell and Warren A bill to be entitled, an act concerning estrays," was :t*

Felmiary J H33. were 8.1t1itted.Mr. a second time by ltd titter whereupon the house resolved
;it
into the expediency of providing by lap >?
inquire some remedy > nest Ij, previous* nottcv.isked and obtained eavo to
The house met piirii::ut to adjminnnuit, a imoiiuu Lciny: puriuapt into a committee of the whole on said bill and after souttu
fraudulent alid dishonest debtors ,
a".uiit strrtin covinoubldu
or authorise the courts
intioduce a bill to !) entitled "an act l.i county in
prI.4ehit the journal of yt :.itt t ird.iv; << proceedings was rrad.Mr. spent therein arose : when Mr. Wright reported said !Vtttamer
posing of their properly, and to compel such debtors to I tins teu i ilorv. loaipomt| i i-.pector of lieufm thir e.sj.ective Coiitie'wl&irti
make surrender of such property on oath, and that in default Hotvtnl iravc not v that inwnl at 'i iiie future day. wa'. re.id ll.e li.t lime Uy it* litle uud mado ihu order of lie dent : whereupon, on motion, the rule of the house was IV.TVH
ask leave to introduce a bill to IM- en'i'lc-d "an ;tc. to alt'-r air1e.stahhsh fur and the said bill was read a third time and passed : ordered
thr; creditoi be allowed a ca sa a ;.nat them, which were sev- day Louis irruw.1r.
r.iIiv read and adopted the % and called!! by the Wev-tmi b iniidapy im 'l f JarUMtn foi.nts. 1'ie-ident laid VfuMJ the ouncil the pinion of ; ru. U illinrmor the title be as above stated.A .
ens being
'4 lCtz. Bellamy atid Wan follow nays those in Mr. Ill/jj.ive hot ire, that h.' vl!l on b* iuiluttirt* day ;it k and on t tt eh:if! .f the President dirvplms if co. of the h.iuk of Florid bill to amend and continue in force the "art foiacorpors

the allirmative worn, Mr.en PresidentI.'rs., were as Bell voting Bellamy lea Vt1 to introduce a bill to lie entitle I ui ::rt lo mcoipjiaU* i. |Pl i.i\m altfialion.suf the charter winch WOA rt-adanet referred to the city of Pensaento, was read a .second time by iis fir/ |

lie St. Johns and t. \ ((3gUtiiii' can.I: I compan; **." the committee ou I 1.auks when the house reso'vcd'! itself into a committee of the wf .
Unidlord Chaiidier *
Compton, McBiide, Mearham, iliz, Smith, Mr l'i evident hid l,efor.* the council the petition of the enrolling
Mr. Ward enifd th pt'titioimf IV.i/al' th UriiTi'? pra\in< said bill
pre r on ; spent sometime therein and then arose Mr. &
and Wright 11-UI.IM. the negative Blount :
m were, Cooper, ami euigrus..ing clerks of tiiis muncil. ,i..g that tl.e IluticM devolving
divoiri1 which read nil \vilh culir.at pru
lie
a i a > Irom
was .i ic. inianvinir; : lamy said committee and ked \
Caukier, tiovvard, Pne&t, Ward and Warren, 7. on JanuM 1 u<;he.s Idle a c-ik! of tins council c dcie aled tu Mr,. Ann reported progress, a \t-j\t
-, rcllii''d to a seltft commiitiv, Me.vi4.llil"itcs, t uiaJB1sI sit again : which was concurred in the house.
A bill o be entitled an act to grant an additional term of ingle vv hereupon Mr. ard ntrouuctd ihu tlmovvin; re.olu'tuui by .J
the couit in Jl.million read wcond wi-ic apxintctl, tlui.re.n. I wit : Mr.: Smith, moved that the rule be waived, and that !he 1pcnnitted
superior county, -was a
time, aiJ: ordered to he tIlgIPSCd, anJ read ai aii,. I1 r. Chutiiili-r mtio.lurod I the ">!llo\vin r rfMtlutit.n;i to \\it : Hes.l\t-d. That the rompen-.Jtion now du" to James ughedcc'd, to introduce a-j>etition, which p-evailed : wLrrvt |

An eiifrtHsrd i IJI! tu be entitled an act dtclaiing cold water Whereas, 1 li'r many vcir.; < jn.it and p.irtmi:niv durn;,' I ll.i I 'JIIC of th" enroliiujjaud eeir.e'i.mueg el'i ikk of tnis hu.ae. far that pyrtion he presented the petition of Francis J. Avice, shenj} ot> \

creek m E'c.i ubij d.i year otiC'thou ind riirht f1uiiid red .md thirty t\vi, a iri.it; Minihrr I of liie writing of the hou-w dunu in Ins name he paiJ U his divternn Johns county, which was read and referred to a select cosw *
county, a navigable Ktream, -ua-4i i tif hlup. :and \co>fl.s v. ii ti cxcilin !iv xaluabir c.v-joi.s \ '. male anJ that of the wilting winch m.>y ue done duinii them Ue ; Messrs. Smith, Bellamy auI Blount
third time and were appcirudthcon.
pished ordered thai Clie title I be abo\L.
; ;H 1 IM\ bi'i-n nioil! and .evi'ial hvt.s i ieit on the tMNti-rn ftiasttif r :tinder of t.ie session che may; tIC pernu'tvd to perform aiul charge .
< '.i motion of \IrVr iiii, the vote hy which .iid bill vas I i'inudu fir the proportion which would have fa!lest lo the.share of the brother,
bvtvM'fti St. An u-.iiiie i atid Florida The! bill
cape ovvm r in to be entitled "
to the acis
]>:i.ssfd, was recoiuiJercd, aud tae said Luii vv.is laid uu the ta- which was read, and he rule of ino house being waived the said re olut.im ai act incorporate 4)
: 'rfat; tl 'iji e tu the fact of IH'.TIhin no iiutti iiiI l riinitiinniaiiion bers to the Union Bank of Florida again taken
was ils and ado >U.d.Mr was up
ble.Ait engrossed bil1' to be entitled ar act to authorise! Jane I bfUv'fii i tJi t\\o pl.iPi--; and to I thf pn-M-nt expn Litl itnatiim f'h.inetler put upon prtsorited pavsnge the petition of| certain inhabitants of C'har- committee of the whole, after sometime spent therein, the a- 4

Muiray to bell the real estate of George Murray dec' lot e h-irbour. piling the pa-jjce of certain Uwt which was read and mittee aro* antI! Mr. Warren therefrom, reported said bHIw

read: a third time aud pa*>ed, ordered that te title! he as aloruSdid. |hslievt.J.| would ivsult in imnifiise ocndits to the pfoplr: ot Uithhfctoi it r--nedto select committee', MesiiH. Chauelier iiellainy and Ward, amendments : whereupon Mr. Chandler moved that the th \
_> of thf coutiiiy, .md to I tic: ;ricuhuiul ai.d cotinucicialintenvt wee: appointed section of said bill be amended, by striking out the aroC2dnft
.-. of tin tel 31 I'nf-l ptitionj of the citizens of Alachu and ('<>- thereto
A bill! to be entitled an act for the relief of''rni Milliard nitury I ge.11u. rally.Ainl r prenenlfd made in committee of the whole, and called Sir tli ? *>
I I, wiifrfiH al-o,
and othcr3"-va3 taken up m committee of I iho whole, :uid ; cU'd in'i uifin: of c.UM1': fit at d.licit-lit after some time spent theicm the commitice: .iro-c, v\hen Mr. .Mr Itiirentrd thee petition of ceiUm inhabitant of St. -- ---- ----- -- a4au11Ii.f r
anti l alt >irfth :r rxtrudiii'r bv strict! \ii ( .(uI1I1.g n th-tain'f of only { Messrs. Bell Bradiord Chandler
Compton Riz and Warrt
Wright tlierefiom repo ted the said bill with amendment.vmcawas .!, tine in relation; lu a cana1, which was read and Lid on the table! untiltomorrow. ,
I a fe.v nnif.; Thi-ntou-lv: ;t io ,i\r 1 i.-, tl f !lf is.iti\f! council; t tJ : thobe in the negative, were Mr. President Me srs.Bellas *
>
\ concuired the house
ill the rule bem aivi
by '. (tue rfijursu d to UM' hu> U-.st extowaids Blount, Cooper GautLer Howard M'Bride Mtaci Pn -
the said bill waa read a third tune by its title and passed!, .mlei- Mr. ( ompton introduced a resolution in r'litinui 'o the improvement >am, ) {
ed that the title be as ab.jve. I rtinJ4 the ;pa inn iiii rt l y (:'onvrr ww l'r opi nmir as o<* tif! n.ivi itn.u of yellow river, which was read and made the order SmithS ard and Wright, 12 : so the motion was lost. 4

1'ue bill entitled OOlI as practicable an inivrna; coinnniriicati; nftvc'-n S". .n- of the d iv for tomorrow Mr. Bradfi>fd moved, that the 29lli section l>e annniJeu1 *
addition
an act m to the act entitled artcurict'rning
divorces and an guhiie and r.ipe Florida by flIs! ivay eel f the iif.uiuatrrs ofiir-u Mr. ooper oll'ered the following resolution to wit : striking out the words "two thirds" and insertin-j i b jt

read second alimony, approved October dial H2dwis river and by tinevrnjladf.. Bf .t it1irr! rr olved, that a co; \ }Kesolved. h.it the committee on Finance be instructed to inquire thereof one half." Upon the call of Messrs. Bradford *

a time and ordered to be ei1gri.d and read iiercuf Lt uiiliit'dulfly; lof..a.t vJ iu IH.I .Ifififali'. into the expediency of revising the revenue laws of thw territory, and Ward, the yeas and nays were taken thereon : thie voting

again. F:. I). CilANDLKK.Whic'i I that they ham tea\e to report by bill or olherwisf}. which was read the atfirmative xvereMessrs. Bell.l radn nl ChandlerMTk
\ lull to be entitled an act amendatory, and in addition toan and the rule being waited; was put on its p.ixsage nd adopted.Mr. > > ,
were rael l and on motion of Mr. Cnandit-r: tin- rule ft Priest Riz Smith and.
\VTrig-litrS : those voting thencs
act relating to roads and Smith to notice a kcd and obtaim-d leave
highways bridges pa>M-d 1st Feb.ISji" purnuaut previous to
lie hou-'f w.uvi-d and tiif .said rt-outiui.! President *
was > v.'e.c fil u i m were Mr. Messrs. Blount Cs
-was read a second time by its title, when the house introduce a bill in bt entitled "ai; act to fi the tune and place for holihnp Bellamy, C miptoi
ri'solwd itself! into a committee of the whole! and and I the .s.iid their linal: passage a osi 1 adoptfil.Mr. lli! neteral teims of the superior court of the district of Hast er, Gautitr, Howard. Meacham, Ward and Warien, I? T

b.il under consideration after Meachain; fiom t .iv C.enlnhtsc(1
arose and Mr. Smith, therefiom some time spent il.eieiu: il.i: c tMiunttee I l.i'i i 10 he eiiliili'd "an act to piovult- f fir: lu>l
reported proves<, and I dfiejate to coniev fnnn this 1't iriioty. njfinlr.s to the Lf I I U Be fusilier enacted, That in consideration of the rest:
asked leave sit .r
to which i is
The house then again, until concurred in hy the huu- ji.I[ ti e council!, and Ufriam ut l.rr t.tliffr.whic'i vvns: itadr'if I. W.Mr.. McB.idefrom the select coinnuttro to whom was referred the I exclusive privilege., by this charter, granted to the said Bi

adjourned tomorrow 10 o'Jouk.) litt time by itj tlilf, and fjjl.lffii: : cojti; .j UIL oidc.tJ lo be Itililobi: ? entitled 'HI ant concerning -trayj"-re1coi ted he same t the said Bank shall take the said charter the : '
1 iifHbOAi, Jaiiinry .;tst 1'l ;.i': again to the hou-e with amendments, which was lead the Crkt *iuie, upon express.
1 The house met pursuant TO adjournmi'iit, a quorum being pitaciit writ ten. and made 'he 01 der of ilm day for tomorrow. dUioti, that it shall and will pay a bonus annually into the r

thrj.urd of yc tcrday% p/occcUnitis was nud."ilr. The hill to he entitled *' an yet to incorporate the suh-ciilx-r} Mr XVancn gave notice, (the ruin being waited) tint he w/ill on sury wf this territory, as follows, to wit : for the first year*
ard presented the peu'ioaof '. j I u> the Union Bank of Floritli"was taken up from the imkrsj the said Bank shall its the of
4 tiravinj a law to prohibit lre netrrnea. from contract) as ,)...tribuiMii ; I j of the day, wht-n on motion of Mr. Ward the hou e lenoivnl Johns at or neir the horse landing. thousand dollars, to be paid on or telore the first moni'Deceml

: w hili was: read : it ictrret! I') .1 select rumaiitlLC, Mcsais | it& flf into a commitue of the whole tin:reon, wlu-n th* committee Mr Ri rom the select committee to whom was referred petition I >er the next after said banking operations shallV .

W.ud, lJradii d and \Vu 11Iit., \\cie iiijoinl( ihe'ior.A arose, and Mi. Warren therefrom reported the bill to the of fllizabotli (GrirD, made the following reporl lo wit : been commenced, and for every subsequent year five &v '

hill" to be entitled, *' ;\ji .tci giviii Li) nu><'ham< a a lien in crta: Ill house as amended. The select cum'mltee to whom was referred the petition of Elizabeth dollars, to be paid on or before the first Monday of Dead

rji.scas, read a second tim uJ: niumi'tcJ tua'-ouauitlteot' Mr. Chandler moved that the house do aiin resolve itself (inlfi.s. praying a divorce I of each successive uutil the stock suberic*
wjiole house : after SMmciinjosi>' n; tin tein 'be committee arose: antI! into a committee of the whole on said bill! which nation Keg e.av to report that they liavo had the n.une under consideration said Bank year capital
shall
upon exceed million dollars 6fl
Mr. Bellamy thin-fiom, teporteJ sdid hil!, as disnjj. etd to hy ihcn.n the and and are of opinion that apphcalion ol linn nature {if mark ut all should one of when the
called Messrs ;
t i-iUtc, and uvivcd that tSu. h'a.sr; :o UKcliar ed t'lom the funlur yean nays were by Chandler and Br.i--! be made lo the judic.ul tribunals ol the district in which* the parties E ter and from that time, to be paid annually on or btlorc

(oiisiiicratiuu of the bathe, uhicli Uus tzi iecd to I y the liou u. The ford, and *,\eie as follows, those votiug in the afliimative wtie, reside where the ughis of* all concerned may be fully iuve-rtigaUrd, and first Monday of December, shall! be in proportion to the '

yeami: miya bein ; called on the qi soon, will ihj house'ajjrceto Messrs. Bell, Bellamy, Bradford, Chandler, Compton, Cooper, nrotected : acd ..ucu relief ati'.rdtd as may he consistent vrth a due regard capital stock subscribed, as five thousand is to or.e
the_ ri'yoilui'the committee of the wlinle hy MCMMS Ward and 1'riest. Uiz. Smith and Wriffiit. 10-thtwe in the npirotivv wf re. to theaitu.i ion of the part e*. and the claims of law aud justice. dolhxrs.Be .

jr>, Miford, wore as tollmvti, ihosentintj in the aihuiiativc w rre Mr.J 1 Mr. President, Messrs. Blount, Gauticr, Howard, McBride, '1 hiv therefore request to be discharged from any further uu*
Pf..dtnt, J.1rsrs BeI:l, Bellamy, Bl<>unt, Compton, Cooper, G..tIti r, Meacham, Ward and Warren, 8-so the said motion was carried Lion of'thesuljecl. shall annually be paid into the treasury of tins tento ry,

Unpaid, M'Bride, Mracham, Pricut, Riz. Smith, Warren \Viighi \viierenp6n, the house went again into committee of the Re pectfully subm.tted, ably to the provisions, contained in the next preceding s I-
l.' ; t .oae in the negative were Mcfcsra Bradlord and Ward 2 u whole said bill and JA Ares- RIZ.
; 'jn therein
up spent some time when
the they of this act, shall one m.iety thereof, be Ibrevcr hell and. n
agreed
10.
reportvas and Mr. Which wan re.vl and agreed to.
Warren
arose therefrom said bill the
The illumed bill lo be entitled An the reported to hou>e priated by this territory as a fund in trust to be cwtroIW
ail o incorj>oratc c'r- with amendments which The bill entitled an act eoncprning school land* was read a. second ,
concurred
in the house.
vncrci.il B. nk of Florida," was again committed lo n committee of were by tune and referred to the committee on schools HIU! c llege$. regulated, and the interests or annual proceeds thereof
th winlc h"U8 : after soineiimc spent therein ihe commitie<- aro *- : Mr. Uautier moved, that the rule of the house be waived, A bill to be untied BII act for the relief of the; heir* of John Col applied as the legislature of this territory may or sliallfroo

d an : %Jr. Bradford ihertfruui retried the s.1d bill lu the house with that the said bill be read a third time by its title and put upon lina decea-.ed"-was read a second time wheieu)>ou ou motion of Mr. to time direct exclusively, to and lor the use, establisaiu "-

t amendments; which w.v ap-ccd lo by the house, th< rule of the its passage, which prevailed, and the question being shall said Gamier the role of the house vsas waived, and the va.d bill wn read support of schools, colleges and seminaries of learning t

J h vw WAS on motion of Mr. Warren waived, und the said bill was bill passwas on the call of Messrs.Ward and Cooper, decided by a third time and pa* ttd. ordered that the title h?. .s above. territory, the other thereof to he held and appnf

( r<- ui l tth.idt'ni1 > u. u.u ut upon iis passage, ihe yeas and yeas and nay, those voting in the affirmative were, Mr. President An engrossed bill to be entitled
i.aj'ni;; rvYfA f sr n.ilh and liiadfoid were an fllows ; Messrs. Blount, Gamier, Howard, McBride, Meacham, to ari'act relating to roadt. h-gluvays, and bridges, passed 15lh Feb. i shall be direct '
tht'b** v.un;; in the niiinrutivc were Mr. President, Messrs Bellamy, Smith, Ward, Warren and Wright 10-those in the negative 1832wts: on motion Mr. U aid recommitted la committee of 1 venue, as bv the said legislature may or Bank
Bli'Unt, Chancier, Compton, Coou-r (Jautitr Howard APBriJe he whole house after Limo i Be further enacted, That whenever the said i
| were, Messrs. Bell, Bellamy, Bradford, Chandler, Compton, some spent thert-in. tt.e commrtee arose, tL
Me-irham Priest Ward and Warren 1 < those in the neglect or refuse in to into the said treasuCsaid
; negative were Cooper Priest and Riz 8 the said bill 311(1 Mr < right lIiiMeirom rppoited the said bill with aniendroents any year pay
| -so was passed ordeicd ,
!ers Bell, Bradford, Riz, Sinillt and A right 5 ; and so the bill u as that the title be as aforesaid. which vva* concurred in bv the hou.-e and on motion the rule of the bonus or any part thereof when the same shall M&Pon

iscd. ie vva waived. liienaid bill wa read a MmJ tune by ita title and the first Monday of December of such year ; then in iL
\ Tde following communication from his Excellency Governor Duva! The house then adjourned until tomorrow 10 o'clock. iaed.. ortleieti thai tbe title bb .tn abo e. such case judgement with execution against said Bank ?t E

o? read, to wii: Katurtlty. February 2 k33. be house then until
EXECCTIVE OFFICE > The hoa.e met pursuant to arfournment.| aijuoium being jirescnt adjo.irued loiuocr jw 10 o'clock. amount not paid, and lb' daiJ5 *ges thereon, not exeeei |
,
Tallalussco the journal of yesterdays proceedings wa read. I'uesdtiy, Jaiiajry 5th 1R331 ty per. ctnt. with Ieal interests and costs, may and*
31st he house
1833.
January ) Mr. Warren that he met pursuant to adjournment, a <|uoruia being present warded in favour ol said motion before"i**? u
gave notice willon, some future day, nsk leave he of territory, on
( Sir The art entitled An act journal yesterdays pioceediuga read
roi.cci-iing patrols" is herewith was *
to introdoce a bill to tie eutitled "an act to incorporate the town ol Mr. Bell moved that the court, at the first term thereof ten days previous now1 to
roturned to the council. Section 5th, authorizes patrols to enter into Apalachicold." \ote. p-i-t-ijig the bill entitled, "an act to
boat provide for an additional term of tc.o first been given to said Bank.
vessel
house, or nttptctcd of harbouring cout in Hamilton
or trafficking supi-rior
any coon-
Air. Priest gave notice that he will on Home future day ask lerxe to be reroiisiilHn-d, with jew Be further enacted That the annual bonus stpth!*
nvith negroes, whether the same be occupied by white persons, fret Ii y. a to amendments : which oiotion
introduce
a bill to be entitled act lo authorixe the in pie '
un '
and also county cuurt-i .uled ; and the said bill is ordeiwl I provided in the sections of this act shall t
negroes or others, to arrest and whip any frtt negroes im- thistf tw be reconsidered : and is made preceding ,
rritory to of beef
appoint inspectors in their
countiesM
properly) there. T 'CRC provisions are cmisideicd in ronfl ct both in > iautier jfave notice that he will on some future respective auk lca\e the order of the day, for to-day be no longer paid, when the capital of said Bank *\}
and terns with articles 4lh and 5th of the day Thf President laid bt-foie the cor/ticil. the deemed and the tWa!
principle nmendnients ur to intiodure a hill to Le entitled "an Hctiuore accnmtely to define thebuuudunie report and Jtdteui Mu of paid as contemplated, in and by
the constitution of the United States. Apiuoung of the other general eel Fay ette count j and fur other John IC.Cdinpbu.lu.idTioiii.i4: ElriMvh.couiinivJioiier-iof the treasury : I section of this act, and when, according to the pro1*
of the bill if amended in this purposes. which in leferred to thu rommilt i-e finance. '
proriaions ; respect, the cx'cwtivtwould Mr. CJautier puiRunut to previous notice, asked nod obtained leave on said section contained, the dividends, which thereafter
Mr.
have no difficulty in sanctioning it,-otherwise it must be CU- Meacham gave notice thus o n some future day, he will ask leave belo .a
introduce "
to a bill to be entitled '* an at t concerning school I md* to imroducH a bill lo niillunup tJ? declared, and the profits which shall accrue, shall
eidcrt-d as rejected.I which was read the fintt time and mode the order oi the day fur monday county court of Ciadsden county, to be paid in equal moieties to the territory and totheituc* ..Z
H collet
,
levy ai t taxf Tor
ceil
hate approved and filed in the Jtcreiary'*office! the follow ing acts. ntiL ;n purposes.Mr. of said Bank.

: An act to alter the time of holding; the coauty court of Gudt>duicounty.1 Mr. Compton from the select committee to whom had been referred Riz. pursuant to [prevails notice, asked and obtained Be further enacted That of that pai* -.
one moiety
,
f .- the bill to be eutitled an act to prexcribe the mode of ap >oiuth) heave to introduce a bill to IM? entitled, art act to .
| incoiporaic said dividends flet ii
I : 41 An act to amend an act to authorize the disposition and sale ol guardians to free nnegroea and other pernoiiH ofcolur and for other the St. Johns and St. AunnMtine canal| or proiits, which, according to the |

,j certain lands, belon m? to tin heir of John Tanner dtccabed, und to report that they lave hid the same under consideration and purposes recommended read the ilrbt time by its title and made company the order, which was log section of this act, shall accrue to, and be paid W'tory P 'r

appoint i trustee to carry the same into effect." t that said bill b<; fared to the se lect committee to whom '.v ccl nietlay. of the day for ; shall be forever held and appropriated by th&

1 am respectfully your obedient servant, was referred the petition of W. 11. Simmons ane! others, and that this Mr. Ward as presented the
fcr WILLIAM P. DUVAL. committee be discharged from the further consideration of the subject Leon petition of certain inhabitant of tere t, or annual proceeds thereof to be applied as tw \

P Hoo. J. P. BOOTH, President of the council. which is concurred in by the I louse and Alesgrn CompUn and Wanei. county praying the establishment ol zi ferry over the Ock- turv of this territory may or shall from lime to time -* \
t Which was read, and motion the said bill which that :ocknee river, which was read and referred *
thereupon on to are lidded to committee. to a select commit c'.usively'! to and for the use, establishment and suppo" .
it referred, was ordered to be reconsidered, and was hid on the table. 1 he following communication was received from his EiceleneWm. \ tee : Messrs. \\ard, Unidford and Meacham, were appointed. eolleges and seminaries of in this territory;
learning
Mr. Mcachain on yesterday introduced the fulluwii resolution which Mr. Ward ike.
P. Ju\al, was rend. presented petition of the executors Davis
ot moiety thereol w b held and approinatcd by .his
i. tiz : Executive Office 'inyd deceaet1, praying tne of a law to %
passage authorize the bi acte
Rttolvt'd, That the judiciary committee, be instrueied to enquire Tallahassee! February 1st 1H3J.: le ot' the real estate, nV irhich he ded tile ordinary and general purpuasea of revenue, as

into the expediency of corapelline any and all persons who cny a- Sir-I hareappoved and signed and filed in the Secretarial otliv. >-ad and referred to the committee the puseased : which was legislature may or shall be dinecled

f rail themselves of the benefit of the 15th section of an art entitled, the following acts. Mr. Cooper from the on Judrciarv.* And thereupon, the yeas and nays were called b

.' An act regulating execution- pabsed Slut of November 1829, to "An act to establish and regulate the rateof pilotage fui the .-'r rectly enrolled committee ou enrolled bills, reported as Smith and Bradford : those voting in the affirt nd

return on oath, all properly uf what nature soever, they may be pasAcd Jotini and Nauau Rivers io the Territory of Florida." Vn'act to Messrs. Bellamy, Bradford, Cooper, Priext, Riz and

: which was read and adopted. 'An act to incorporate the town of St. Marks." incorptirate the Marianna Academy and those iu the negative, were Mr. President j Messrs.I ,tittoCompon
c Mr. Bell on yesterday introduced the following resolutions wit I Vn act for the relk-f of Allen \V. Colemau V'
,to : am yours very r> pectfully : ; wliich was Gautier Howard M'Bride Meaciiam,
,
Wkfitut, the Suwann river is hi only stream of importance \\ ID P. DUVAL, .ed bv the President of the couucil. and the said Sdthe
Wright 11
ren
: so amendments werJ
watering that part of Florida wherein it is situated, and. affords the Honnable John P Bootli President of the Council. Nf r. Warren, from the cnaimittce on claims, made the fol- house 'Le
ftutural and only convenient outlet, for \ very extensive district of Mr. Ward offered the following, reoolution viz. Resolfrd that tl.' 'Wing report : concurred in the report of the comniw*

4 country, extending for many miles on each side of it, and much oltffcicb Judiciary Committee be instructed to enquire i into expediency of* The committee on claims to whom has been referred house ; on motion, the rule of the house was waived ,

: fosecstcj great fertility: j Lui irbich ia rt dcrcd of comp -a- attending Uie Ciutirg lan-s, lijat to prrpertof tiio debtor any bo iuva of Shanaga aad aiiaugh 'have !had the the pe- bill was read a third time by it* title, and put on it
uaier
:oae
cca ;:iac : th 'c-d anys being called l ty Messrs. tt




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fllows those voting in the afcrMrVPrwideii 1 when **y other would have boea tetisficd frliK t7. 1 fhtucss, tn>Ltch Messrs. Are&cr) Spe ht/trvir, Williams Coh T. H. Perkini.; Dan.

BradTonl, Mcssrs.BTount, Chanownl opinions of three tribunal judges, who decided in fai i Cambrelcng, Coulter, Bell and Drayton participated ", O i',-men anU majI beloved 8 ertent bq. enJ ITon. H. I r i the French ire now employed CouMe.f-nFr z4'
InaUV' were TOUT of the -jtion right. The had I j the '> and respected. n-e they the buntion
M'Bnde, Meadum, Smith, i pre-en. general fever question was takeii,-upon the reference to .Merchants. mechataje,. pprwch
trituafactarers. and fellow citi-
: 4ter, (.sautler, Wright, 11 : those in the ue- al important djecu to gain by the appeal-first,a good I the committee of the whole ; on the state of the Union. 2 os generally, who deprecate violent action the The Parts papers of yesterday*sdat -on.tr,, no

\\ rt1, VarrelI I fee from the administration, or rather from the uud r- This was negatived by a large majority. The question prenent cruia, and who prefer dny and onion to forcing m I[ political iijtelli nWof importance. The ],*'!*

wCfl bill trapper at Washington, who could deny nothing to I was then taken upon referring the Message and ic- unjust and .sivn laws peace 1n.iI23vt'rtLJ: the King's Speech was adJopud ,
gttIve pSan J Riz, 7 : so the .,id was and insinuate oppre upon one half oftlro nation ut j t y
a supposed of theenera1.
some
pet to the
documents
even more Oompanying
t copr, judiciary committee, the point of the bayonet Jet learn from his the Chambers of Peers, with only eight
*n' ordtrd that the title be as above ited> I II old The second reason, wan that the decision I waich was carried. Mr. Arnold us our own v'ttcp
: by
:93.ced : unanimous consent fry a lesson of moderation and forbearance toward j it.-The debate the Address
adjourned until 10 o'clock on tomorrow of the territorial judges in favour of the settlers, diet I moved that 20,000 copies of the oaf gainst ou j, the
thcu and
ctit 1iouS message documents Southern brethren.and at least offer them the olive branch Chamber of i is
I in no small degree conflict with the junto of Tennessee I be prilled-and afterwards Deputies, expected to occupx tx! ,
Modified to 25,000at before we unnhealh the sword!- i Friend to all parties. of the areek.
I speculators, he being the chief among them. Every Oie instance of Mr. Mercer hjch was agreed to. greater part

I liberality extended to the settler of course narrowed I The House then adjuurned...., Gltbe The German paper received this day, commune
FLORIDIAN : I the field of the speculator The third reason, was the I To the Public.-As considerable misundvr-taiu-! o.i no new facts of imx| >rtance. Wagers were !haiti

: I excessive vanity of the man, who could not brook the I Correyon&ncc Charleston Courier. ing exists, in regard to the object of tin1*. vsi- it Rerun on the 30th, that peace would be sgcd

I idea that his deep penetration, should not take a more j' Claus fee bill, published in the last Flori.St-n, i hi i in ihrre weeks.M. .

correct view of things than Judges Woodward,Brack-I \VA8inrcGT05, Jan. 17. it duty both to myself and the .
I M 1 nave my public t-> ,) : Mavrojeni, charged with a mission from the
MORMNG FEBRUARY 9. I enridee and Smith ; the two latter with the aid of fjcver witnessed a more impressive andTmnre.mtt.t.3t11 what I consider its design. There were two Sublime Porte.was yesterday introduced
SATHIDAY Col. Thomas, his bottom friend he succeeded in principal to an ai>
expelling ,cent.t than that which was exhibJ motives which induced me to subscribe it;- dience of his Majesty.
wa handcd from the bench, in spite of the memorials ansi l 1*
'1emOrCS' CU2nUICat1O I J in the Jennie Chamber yesterday. For an First to
;tY' Dr. $ wishes of the people of Florida. produce a mutual understanding, and

in too .v.c u-r 4..CTttUfl: I But this is not the most serious accusation agiin t rftir and a haltprevious to the meetiiicj of the Senate harmony among the physicians of the city ;-and j Shipwreck wth lost oj lire !-The

St. (General Call. He might say that, like other turn it Was whispered auioii a few strajrling second, to fix on a maximum rate of charge, (not Woodrup Sims Swain -hip
the
erected over belonging to New '
:--:. A r -el aJ--inrccintly had a right to rook firstly, and secondly, and thr .1,, member ) who were rea-.Jing the morning papers to be exceeded,) which might form a rule for the td-
ford. from Havre(
.Ma7k's riur, Ix-ut :*lf a ra.ic above uolh.-Il iss I Hs own interest ; yet this ought not to be a t- J behind ihe chair, that the message of the President, benefit both of the citizens and physician in case of' was wrecked on a reef of

; fu ci1' I d it ion to him for the vote of the peoi-.c' ; ti1i{* "mtlln"it W'.tli a budget .if Proclamations, Ordinances, Replevin contested accounts. I did not at the time the bill ) rocks near Great Fish Bay, 150 miles west of

ro&#' I ive him n claim to their grUUiidc Perhaps the ? Acts, &c. relating to tire mysterious subject was toruied, nor do I now consider myself in my Wood* Uk Bay, Coast of Africa, on the night

of Tallahassee have I l people are grateful to him for evof of Nullification! wtU.I l be the of the of
:.- Off ham piir.-Tc1idie5 I 'n* I11S wami ole heart patented as boon as usual practice under any obligations to charge the 3 Ut Aug. The ship immediately

;,Vr,-v-eliors.mv-tinc.m celling up a f tr, forch.trtL.t'lt' I the interet soul to his of own one imerrsr, ?, OflCC ) President of the Senate sluurhl lake his seat In full tee us stated in that bill, and I neither have nor went fo pieces, and Mr. Motes Brown, Now-
arsy !
I lie hiU at the court certainly corroboratioti of this n-port, as the hand of'lie shall I it. 1 stated
W-N *lihill, I want of fidelity to is pit ordinarily conform to distinctly buryport, ( Mas .) 2d officer, Mr. Seth Allen

,:. Fril y tvcnins iie xt. Thc fuiidireaiizcd w ill prI I cinisider hi jWfl pocket. Fur iy on dial had! touched the point nf meridian, the Secretary this to l Ix: my understanding of our agreement to of Fairhaven, and thirteen others ,

y'tifl trphaiiS Jikd t the aid of I eXtuZIt he hits ': bILl 3pecula.ons, tO the of the! Presielftil was seen to disencumber the physicians at the time the fee bill was adopted. seamen of

tft t1 'tcu.rK ) tbt! iriUi-utthe means of supfl1..tt1C I ma1, wluil '"e J Ilg.tr'cit In lhem, as hml shorl of Cl- "- himself II 1 a capacious packet or two of papers, ami I MippOoed that we all had the same view of it.I .- France, perished. ( aptain Swain, the 3d officer
C'slder
u io, have cliildrcn, aid under such cir I to the g'. crn'.nr the relation m which he stands lay them tin ttie i-.irpct near the eiiiiaiice, where I Since the unification of the bill, I have proposed a -tnd twenty-three others reached tho
of aiFndii.= I ut the s--tlKrnftl.e lands and thfe
,,,r, -Thr ,, | the rudiid'ru I }P P' vhj. > purehakc, laius. Acts of to forbid they would be conveniently accet iule al the proper I public! and united explanation of our object, but as shore from hence they proceeded to Ingota.
thorn.of u.it nir.K Congress
I 1M\M, ;, Wh i& f o, nr.d dcT1 hir' frti .it puicha.Mng in the same immnci with other moment. It was oli
ot' r, f smutl.cm > > y-ce was not in his seat, nnd that the moment the message I aUo that and is insured
-"rtnt.s ]\\cr jrs ; ho 13 compelled to make a forin.il application my own responsibility. ought to state man, Esq. to the amount of
1t4ztti.. ., "f >>' mS'iins' the cottmuuiiy in ijli- I ..rou h another office, and it is evident thai the lawS was delivered, the) President hand*'il it over I there are several errors in the bill as published \ $25,000.

TM v ud.\ >v raiMn? them to rcspeoiibility! anUM> mtriuled that lie should be ahlu.ceI In purchase oily Jo'- to the Secretary, who, witli the occasional aid of which considerably increase the rate of changes. i "

f'tiitt, c.tuuit be d..ubud.-Iti is hoped, thcn-iure, t' t I his uwn me, and nolfur; sftctilatiin. The common principle Mr. Forsjth, xlo.vly travelled through the hundred The lulls winch I have rendered to those who have The Dutch _

).,* '. n..% ,.:tn :: will be seconded >jy o >rres.j I of the laws of equity, would tender void any pages of foolscap which the communication occu employed ni .*, during the last year, will more fully ffavy. As nearly as can be as.-

tn iiberalny on thr p..rtuf the /tnUernA Ofl : i purchase nude bv Kim. while artm-ras the aireut of ihesettler. pied. Mr. Calhoun, lio\vevcr, had entered, and explain my views and the rate I shall adopt in my cert.iuied Holland had very lecently, the fol-

;jr This principle} is foundd upon nu taken IIH: seat, soon aller the reading ii.i.l coinmencrj future charges. JOHN B TAYLOR. lovtiug naval force in actual serviceI the

.ln.. policy, which miy be illustrated by a familiar: x"mn'e and the changes in the expression of his Zuyder Zee H vessels, carrying 214
umUiM and that the romwill fitted cleih fhould guns,
all
be of
\Vc up by aiioposf A m a store turn purchisei
glance and the color of Ins cheeks, the nervous To the of and 1677 men. In the \Vest Indie 4
their the most saleable articles and when the I'ublk.-Finding sinre the publication vessels
t ijc !itd.< with u>vu pond taste anJ elegance, customer come ,
Hud it \- t xjHcirJ: that tin; unties offered for sale, -jn .sliouui dispose of them for advanced prices ? \S oui and
not tins l Le an obvious fraud? It is another principle thetineas_ apparently unconcious movements its views-we deem it necessary lor their 3 sniill packets, having 22 "tin.-and
168
"vi1 l"0 bclf
'.in .niiM ii, attractive, because they of his entire frame ,l the emotions
berrayr; varying
that c urtsuf (quity have considered the character better im ierstandinj that an exposition of its
ate tii'' (rrtirn B of their own fair hands, and the nim- agent to te st Her, Mid that wf purchas. rs incompatible winch succe Urlv occupied and 'iiniutil liw meaning be more clearly made. It was far from a men, one 44 gun frigate and 317 men, and 4

jt.te <> IIt(1IC Senate and of t-i,' p"cta- disposition to extortion the rich or put beyond >titionary vessels, with 152 guns and COO

:.. vkl ovt-r by 'ocau y and f.ishion.-The rremlfiiieiijv diHir i is opined for fraud if such a practice be allotted tors vvete upon him, and an impressive silence pi r- the indigent, medical upon aid, as some, have UnJustly men., Total, 30 ves eh. 7zO j un -, 3414 si atnen. -

> i tYLL.t; <.r COUIM:, will i1t miss vjcii .in oj iHr;unity The ieceiv, without paying rent, may lay-aside all vadcil the cnamber, witii the exception of tne USM- said of ih, that we created this instronifiit, Seven ships of the line and LM other
the titles of the land office when a purchaser cmnes.
of ssWt '.fl th. ir ffiill.iuti y, j-i.d of tes tir) ins their the land is no longer to be; had at government puce, al monotonous Sf mtlfxible discs)rds Wiiic'i emanat but solely lo determine with ourselves the rates of vessels were in ordinary, and are n"! : clotted

wk! \oll''D <'i a Ib (4I4I l a Ct1'f'Lon. it is the pnvue property of the receiver! Thus boilitinpublic &-il trout the lungs of Mr. I Lowry, as he labored charges, tor which ue could! alford our service*.- in this estimate. A gradual increa> how>v.

money and the public lands, arc mrans of to dispense toe ideas nf tue Executive among hi; I I'liat no one should be compelled to pay more trI er, has taken place, and 12 "hips 1ftp lie, ,

StptiLr C 't.r.-' \t a.j adj turned scL in speculainn! Iii hishands Th it practice* of this kirJjhciVt- C4>n>titutional ailvixfrs.' I olM-rveil that there I like be-rvtcff, than Ins equally wealthy neighbor 33 f iga.es, 36 corvette*, and 50 Ioop of war

AI nHa last been ojM-nly carried on by Cicner-d Call U -.ioua were but two or thriv of the HMi.itorial cn.urs va that betoiehand what Is ,
omnicnced tiie knowing
*on 'iii' nor Cor.r, o-i ii> [H-ople expcct.'d were to be built and
lie has brin known as the most cant. Alter the M ->.*age Ira'l \\xcn read and the equipped by 1S3'J.Fort .
J'hLt juiKidin;, die trial of an indictment -iqiin t tT extensive purrhasei, to be paid by them, would be better satibuud -
to settofiiin, or to mike profn, of :my miii m or out nt( motion of relcroncc u.ul ken made! by %Ir. Grun- and finally that the !: themselves
: h.mua Ualtn!1 Esqr. lor A libel came on.-The court p.i\sicians .iIeu Custom House.
the teinuny. There la i.o question but those purchases Mr. Calho'in, uiule' -The Secretary
dy, ro.e, Cvi'Jt-jitly gicat i e- might have some ru'e for durges, m thw place as
vasoTupn.d fur days in hearing the rnsc. Tl.i pro- if examined could of the has
properly mt> on principle and intense Treasury advertised that
cter11lnt. a
lU'Vt-r was a more or a more have in other section of this union premium
6tcui"ii u :is conducted on th of the territory, if the .itd of the of Conrn-s they every
prtrt equity, not on gro art accorded of $oOOO will be given for the
attention than be
dignified to anv one, was asked what the indigent -lesign for
We have been are
>'V Mi. '.impU-V.. '{"Iw drfeiuc was condaUid byWr. I. iving been evaded, be set a-iJe on behalf of tin. govcnuiuni. frequently
on this occ:<>ion conceded to him. His voice trembled do blil excludes Mtd.eal a new Custom Hoti&e in the ciu of New York
Bil'siil Vc d.c. iof '." -. :. It is will krviwn that the receiver is the agent to whom our injia ,
> gi ; >f at least one company and intere tc-d in the prv with emotion, except when occasionally, bv a attendance This though a question too conttmptible to bi transmitted on or before the first of

We haie rrccivrd no fnn news rf a Iatrr dale fits of ths purchase. A good j L is r-Lved 'bv s'luMen ell'ort} he t firew iii L.> it a more ti.an orihiiirv to be wttz.cd-1 will nevertheless an- March, with an estimate of the cost. The

t'1.U, w.is publiilicj in ijur last.-The next arrival will gentleman from Tallah.us, v\h > was qo.as ntncd i i' degree oteilcrQv. I neeJ trit give you tl.e .swer, by Baying, that all such as art* too poor toremuiieiale budding tttll front on three streets, uz :-S3
Philadelphia by so'ne: ubst.iuci'; of Ins rtmarks. Von will! !lx> in po>->ession -
jijo! ably hruv:; a xmivthing decisive from Holland sndB'u to the value of th.' pn rinses, and w'iWAS show it out before this letter readies von. While 1 will ever, as before find th humane bed feet on Wall( street, on the South the like extent
and attend his
I' '.. deeds and letters. Jn licking over the papers he o'>- tins was pishing in the Senate, tie! HOU-.P, with I side benign and physician the, ready loathsomeness to at of disease on Pine street on the north, and iMJ feet
{ assuage
. seived a deed from the gt-iieral lo the company, f r a considerably Ir.ss of ih nitvind decorum, was en on .Vassal street, on the west. On the East
* &onre 19 siill rnjij ed in te: new Tir.if: bill. Its tract of L\nd jujt outside of the town to the w st, h'-1 j with the same promptitude as t.iounh he abounded
: -J in the disciMoj: of the same ubjtct. In it will be bounded of
foci.
Thomas, in order to make a bit of a *p< culaioii upa ia but Houses, the M S.IITI: has Ix-en sent to tl.e I C' .so.ius of fiat fad ; nor nave I once '"rom the It i is proposed to be built of mrble.

4-h February 1833.Th chap who offered ten dollars for i ir, but wli ,, for -Ins i-ciarv Coimittees: and Avhen it shall return ".Mid of mat: class of people .Leard a nturmnzr.-

<* rai a wer this course commence J on'Vcdui.. .-r *on\c other eau*>, M> >n af.er took flight from '{ic 'tr- 1 fiom that bou-ne, we shall 1* likely to have avarui .t s ihose v\lu> a-e fully able to remunerate General B'rnard.-This celebrated Engi
It would hive l been !bid confiict as ever has b< witnesseil
ntory. a barg.un 'It a Tii on
i'i4J .d aid nnlinucd tour $. very UK' physiciaii tom his most unpleasant task, the at-
< January. daj i, ; fleer, who was lately at the head of the Engineer
time F T the gf-neial, it *e ven dollars the acre, but f r any l gi-slative Jluor in this country. I hope the tendiincf olistiiiMte disease who -

First ,4.jy, turcc iilc !licati : bmouey up, without prospect .if making three by tuming it over to I %.si.iii"'. :t may puss a'.v.iy, without carryin m ic.lrehsmg wholly imiiia .tii r. i iunlound'd
discount. what was to Iw done ? the company in !*i.I 1 .' of the. of Aul-de-Cnmp to the King of Fmnce and Director
I M .my t s rp'rteN, or any cement, of the class. \\ ho art- |
Mr. Sprowl'sb.! h. Pin. by K sciusko, dam byHk..iu&Uoi rujj.l: beat it, uid a deed was sent there l liv "u : i .1 our xitic.ii! fihnc. wrongs pauper (General the Fortifications that
as a fitif purchase It was never that th | tire 1:1 tins, community, to whom the poor ar Uli- 01 are
suppose -
; >, 6 years old, llblba. 1 1 guit of the United States for Jie sale of tlicse ht.-is Should the Judiciary; Committees in conformity der s.> han: ouiigj lions, or from whom they have building around Pan Although Pans nlvv.ivs -
Mr. Afb.on'smc. Jahi: l ly inc. John, dim Potomac. with tie: recommendations in the Message report !
,
should! contrivance received kind ollicci fiom the ha3 been walled
ilU
1y any or evasion, turn dealer M so many as faculty : a city, tlu* vv an.i:-
\taisoV, llslbs. 2 2 these lauds, lor his benefit. It is m simus, and nay: the Bills: to authorize the collectors to call to of physic ? I assert it, and my books \\illsheAVtliat l ly .suited to the purposes of police, and not at

'1:line- 11 heat 6m, 2s. ; 2a heat 6m. Gs.at yet be inquired into when a real re-firm tike pi ice -"- their assistance the land and naval ; .'wer of the I at least two t.iinls of my pridessioualstrvicesliave all calculated fur defence.
military bout ,
the lap; of the drum Piatoft" l-mfc the lead, which The abuses and trmplations to fraud, which such n fluted St.itrs, t. enable them to retain the custody i been devoteil to such peisoiio as there is not thr i a
practice must ntces-sanly ghe risi-, need not be puini'd such goods as they have been | year since the government determined to lurtt1 -
comH'l'.etl -
'
fce; niainiaiiJtd diinn? the In at, coming in, hard in haiidbnu may ;slightest; pi liability of my Jtxvivuig any tlu.i! ; ;1
out, for they must occur to very relle<"iijjj m.nd. TL '! to sei/.e in the execution of their duty, they Tueiiilh this lai.i .'ore- how ty Paris in a manner which hould enable: it to.stand
h'trsiscoolcJ Plat- can
offfintly.bets two to one on ;jfuhii. you,
rom'.inition of the receiver witli R, O'-ul :oiii is anif.i IK* allowed to without the The
w not stron pats
off, they both appeared at :he sa ting post, in fine miius thing. If 'lie governnvn. find IN w ,rth m r j you exprU: to i.a.e; puo..v v.mlcattendant tip ni are
: from I tie friends of "uhhihica titvzi. hut notl deiiv i.ini M.tilcient niir-ibly: suited for the ihewon'cs
when rtn-
t
foiidiuon for the second heat : Jitstnitmc m. c. John ih.ui the government pri.v, or minimum, it oui-.i to i .our you i a in-i i' purpose
t.joK the I L AU. which lu kfpl tinfi t round : near the I for the Ijenetit of the purch.n r, or the govcr.'inent.an'J it is prob.ible: that these measures, if introduced ; come, to .su'tiii iiim in ti:e u rr .s.iry; expenses of under the orders of General Bernard, are m

Jul.n d e.ffirt n.it for ih.it of the person app unted t" all.!! ..viI > ml in pas-jnii.' tl-e two Houses by a great } Ir.s otiice*. I kno-v nut w-nt: : i.i.'iv i..- sour o( mio i, rapid jrogress.
jad; b st&uJ inc. u.a-n u sperate to bolt,
A i antcdot is correetly: related! *o r.v tlat th u: ;.j /, \vhl': in" jirobib.iity also is, that the but 'tis rt-rMinly mine that i filiv Hi-'i! :,HI M by !tir?v tno
vhdi he \vi.ud iia.'t cjT.cttd, but fui the s'vi.ml' I j jgreatest
matio 'I 1 ariff Reduction Bill ii- rested in transitu"Amount
main-chance, hits ahvavs l>et-n ui penno>t m the ge.e wn: ( sli\t': in any commuuu ai.-l i by tl f c i- i
_cr.ieii of his rider this PlaiolF DKSCEXDIXG HIK L.tDDER-The!
: at instant took the
als minJ. Iiir'r li.u ctlebratel
: J of FlortiibiNtory
pi-n > i'iCiO'is g'-.n'r.iiy! worse uv-'t.; .. Some ttt! t--: '
tr--J-., :.i hiy fJ.sd each otLcr altLrnat.ly, Kaung the called Durd's WAU, ( t most Il\o-les3 WAR to of Postage nceived in each State and J..jl; fntv. Ci-.it-i per iii'e' n> ii.e-. : u..v, and u il.lir! .. Columbia Tele.scope remaiks : The G v. rot

C ; t-xucnitly vK.ubvfJ, die he-at wjj won l by Pijtond the IIKROE eti oed in it-he grncr I silli-d fort'i' Territory 4)tttflTtisieJ States for the year end- I iit, in town is ;.RJ mud ; .'.-t' a : .v. tt. to > .i.f ,i 1 the free and independent state of .Vrih
Ji IJ J.MJUt 3 Ieiti.! ) with a, PRINCE tor Irs aid-u'e-cump, !ju w !i..u* any t imy i- jug 31siMardi 193J. ( arolii.j
may appear s but! wln-n ;i.I.. !i-\.r i.i n'lr.-i, tu i n I j jwe hiteiy resinged the Executive rhiir:
save the lie bore about h
aims ins uets-n M c <
;
>i d.ty, I..UL J.ca's, 3 in 5 for balance of the M'linr, 31,233 63 iiricii .. .. of that ancient commonwealth in
consisted of several hair tf .nstoNo, :< i I- > v-< 'ii'i) Kiout y jjl".* New Hampshire, 13.' 43: 29Wiumiit the and hieh hive j jseil from
(muniy Vp) one long sword, thiec dirks, ono bvitcnt-r k-uft -n au\iety res-ion. i ue imp >- cept, the United States-, an InJu.iig;

..iI Sj
z:. ui'ii, liamly \\l.ip,6)earst.fj, lls.Ui 1 10.Mr. UM-in naciiii line<, whurt a jO'/d *poof: I lm>i in>gliibe sicniise'ttf', 12..712 1 JOR.iodf the pitietit.I and i2e-ith ; \\rc-ij t tlir-y: rHUvt un t Governor THROOP, the executive si the

Uiik's Junius .xivered. An old squaw sc.iitureil, l ho' relea Island, 13 77-2 51 in acq.:inupn .
asrec! I211hi great neiv.ss.try expensi\v."iis-
2 dis.Mr. I
ed on her parole of hcnour, not to serve durinv ihe Conwct cut, $ J. ISO 07 >fc.sion tiir beyond unothei aid ciutsidru that twe proud Mate of f .New York, Iws quitted th helm
: irzt ill's 2 ,.d ch
year ctrryin S3b3.! 3 dis. vvu-but w ly should I encroai h on ii..: proviu nfthr r'e.w York, 5 1 l-2i: 73 are not paid I by near h.iii* whom we aiund; j jiliey I of his state, in order to beeome Uniteil state's
Ti
IK -U4. iuat liii. JOid; bLat 1m. 51s. ; the cJd historian, or the epic poet-1 mean jvs' .o r< I hte New Icrsy, 2j.J32 13lY'iiusJvaiiin mus-t i.e rot.vinccd to the contrary. S'mc Isty' | Naval officer for the port of N-w York IifTO1hecit'e.ioJ

< ntrJ. i we ci ; Iho ricii, flir our olllces! to the j'tt ; |
'I urJ day, in.'p'! it t', fur all the euxraiice nvjiiey of the iiiisrhief had l>eeii doiio l by the Iiuii.in-, w!io In Do! i\v-irf, 6,005( 20Mirvhnd I targe i" tinlin.ii'YJ/v.t: fs-i: tl.e tir.lt tii .t taint ;n'cvtntrij;; use
: Such : a
say : j jwiiich
t'ic pieenhu.; di) 4 : s.iy 111)) ilo.lirs.M burnt a lo;; cabin nrut then fled for their iiws. Hrif ; 7ii.7iG 00Distiict x\e believe our due, uiul! a> the indigent we [| iiiicx.idifi il conduct -.f p'lytittans: ot' T !lmusaee,
he found the whole consisting of fifteen h roe-, I nicn'ei-in-i.iio COMPACT
r. prtrn eun naui] run Col. 11. H. Lon- army Columbia 13. l I.s 6VirjririM. a by uhie-li in y tuvn
jrr. h render services The lee bill wnea cor- '
all told besides horses. The little army looked! ir.und! our graJs- BorN! THEMSELVES to iii. ke unitorni but
Ed.vaiii liy: rfir .\iidic\v, four yr. old lOOl'is.! 1 1 and saw it was a goelly quant.-section of bntl iintl 9-1.737 36 lected as it now is of typographical errors1, is: the ( > IN ALL CA:>E3 ; an.j from wh'rch they extrtrrug.nchagc. will ni.iko

Mr. Alston's, b. in. May Urown, by n.c. John.dum saline proposed to buy the pre-vj1i.n for thc s id-iu North C.ir-ina! 1i! *-20 91 same, with the exception of one article, to wit, rio D.- VIT ON ; and that they will enter info u

1) P. ', i.a.,4 y, 971ia.! 2 2 and her cliiI'Ircr-the g< neral like Fmgal strode in silence South Carolina, 51 733 87 piescription. with the Maryland tee bill! and much ( s.'i/jzi/j-'t/i with Air PERIOD by wlii--h tlv. e ch'r crfj

1 ''i. r. MI of uii i-lU.e olulT:, the knowing ons Ed- -but on the very day after the time fr laking-ci.l (; ivria, 6l.7ft; 06 less in most of its items than any of you have j shall I,t; lusvnct1and as ii is impolitic, uiuUr ch

V.1j i.uj recciu-d a hurt in one of his hinder !c s the, pre-t-jnpiion expired, he entticd the land for him- Ohio, 65.10012 heretofore l buen accustomed to pay ; yet you complain I[ an arMii-en.en% that the poor can obtain medical ass-it

:,\tused ins liwfto otl" &hf! liiJi.ma; 1-1. 160 33 and so disposed I are people! to I think that the ance, am' prrvnis of small PROPERTY mUst be ORk.TLT
grow jt was d.tUt half Now, what face must this man hive to sH himself Illinois, 9,7H1 17 exertions time, and talents of physicians just i.N-jVRKD BT IT ; it is reijucstt-d by a number, tli't a
: the ttiuc-jj tije-ra! ;. ; this to eilur! with but 3 up MI npKsition| to C* l. Whit<*, tie! faithful and profit- Missouri, 13.75u b'7Keiil'icky are general meeting of th. tiiizcns be held at Brown'? Ho.

:c2'n.. ;,, u vx by .ud any cilcuhtinn to nuu- .tl>lc Tvant of the people ? A iiwii who has ncr ; 42.970 30 ly due them, that I am convinced there are many teA t.O Tuesday next, to Revise sonic meina "> vcrl
had in view but 'he st sordid personal who if their inclinations were consulted, would not 'h tliP'rt'i-n l cvi'h
c uld r.i .re than b.tv his dittne. any tiling m I -- F"- -
but to the TVnwsste
I 19
lst4)14F4&IflefltO1 ; interest, anM that almost innfnrmly in pposiiioiH Ii' thc 35,514 allow more to their phywcian for a days service, -
abnnt et.ry or.c prcseit, hic uon the Ail! I>:in.i: 3-2,54ti 70 than their mechanic. This doubt -
tv4, flz t htats '. intensts if the people of Flnda-this now attempts I to disposition I. i_ ii s.i U.i the sctr. iitt.t, .cr. ., go
Itr a y. tt' *.1e, iiJ was nv. to >u;)|>Innt one whose services to the territory are mnumera Mississippi, 17,5-2S HI less arises from the fact that a person cannot see from vi.i rii.li.\r. .Seu-Y, lit J.ui. Caj>'.. Eienr.

1 i LI) thrao..-. )!. Is it for the benefit of the people, that the jjiiuJi'i 111.1, 'Is. & 23 93Mirniiriri that he has any thing in possession, to show for Hoyt, of assvlbi! -. 31iiAiiii i, t:

TMH2d mile 1m. y.*. grc.it and mighty lit-ro, of the Duval war, .t l siies to nprrsent : Territory, 7,1.17 12SArkaiixus the money which he has paid his physician. I

A match rire wjs: then Jiade between Edwird and you in Congress, goM citizens of Florida Or : Teniorv", 2.72 i 1J shall conclude! these hurried remarks by staling

?LtI Patch, 100, mile huals, 3 ia 5, to be run far on is it 'or the gratification of his vanity, or spite, or fur Florida Terriniry", 6,72221 that all the physician* distinctly understood that LIST
the ? U not
was
purpose of m -king some speculation
Monditv the would be continued .
folloxMuj convenient for him to offer until ,the land olfc(- c/it" was Grand Total, I ,47 I ,37 1 01 common usaue as though ,-t )!l" v T i7 .: s.
Edward and Sum Patch both theie had Iven no fee bill ;-of making au accountasreasonabe
apprared on the turf, sucked dry : but now jt s. Cans, it no longer g'ves 'null.,
K.II Mum.ay ; ilm wascmiMdcud a Doubtful"raa! as and lie must lake to ro ting. And IK hi.n ii l tand Fma Ku.tan l'-jp'r.JUessn. as possible with all pert-oils, against AHRJkED.chr. .

a.iusih D'Jv'ILt .r-p a. : cxcue.n.-nt: w u at, iu l)Uy the whole HOC-but not at the expense of ;i e po E litois As you liav-f given notice that your whom protracted sickness caused the physician ? Swift, John D.Cluiiicy master ; six'cct Jay3

prea:c.t pitch ; Ixiwardc.irrivdl00r.is.: pie of this territory. Q is A CORXKR. cotuiu' ;.in; open fur the di.cu'o.itn of tiie great questions necessarily to have a large amount ; upon the fr>m C lIiflOIas

this A as a beautiful .Sun HO.bs. that now agitate! lh nation, and I belief th only Editors principle! that we are better paid by a moderate L a-_ _- = .

J.jwarJ and well coiitetc.j race, though \\ ASHING TON, January 17. who will admit of aviv appeals! t', the public in favor charge again.>t one who gives us much to do; than 41 F't 'LS1fL1OR's ;ul1cE.-.A. ,

w on H fi4 st htati 1.1 lund.'i \NALVSIS OF PllOCEEc INGS.-In Ui' Senate of conciliation with our Sou hf rn brethren-I shall tike by a larire price in slight cases fitc I have thus to the estate ot hon.ua Deli y tie- t'e-I

iiuu : l t heat 2m. 2j iu.n'm.. was received from th1 President send from the nevv> > are requc fd to iiiake inuntdiate payni.'n.-r- -
; ; 3d I 1m. 5Ds. stenlay, a Meas.ige the liberty to you nome extracts papers been explicit because we were not enough so, in
l- "U liu. Vraic ( Uuued Sfites of his Pro- d. the show what weru the I having rhiiuis $ anst the estate will piebeu. h< poauthenliritM :
> "aaa beauuful contest ftut.Cn I > the : trar.STiitlling copui pebli ].ed >ring embargo, M the bill, and hope that this will better accord with
JIM i horvc- \ flnnati m, the Ordinance iif South Carolina, and viu feelings and conduct of our own ci izena while "alFering vFlthin the lime prei.ribrd .>> .. v. ir
r.y's Vue! ; ,-. > ru fs B .j hj-'s,,. I your utidersta tidings. We oppose hiring ourselves will U
to. ? out other dcununts connected with the subje: of nullitleation. under the embargo law* I shall d< thi .Mes>jrfl.i.ditor3, they Uirrnt. J. L. PARfcll, WiJtfffraou. ,-.
\Ve.c 1, 1 1 1. li,2! 2 2i %0ll, utrc nr1y I Alter the Message w.14. lead, Mr. Grum.yinovtd not for the purpose of reviving old pirty I leeling-* and party ny the year, for many reasons, among which are, KtUrnai9'h 1833 2vv

t.q.l. The ue-ather was extremely fini the ujfAfc that it be referred, together with tht accoinpanjing aniinoiitici, but as a motive for uidalgeiiceof feelirrg* because when J.ired we are too apt to be pestered : rNtUSTi.E3 SitLENotice ihertby gi i ti

fl t Xe dk.it 'rdt r. docuuipnts, to the committee on judiciary Mr of tolei Aliun townnN the people of the Southern tales, un-necessarily, and upon all occasions, by our imployers Richard Lloyd and all others concerned, th csitill

*op iakefor3ycar old colts and filbrp mile -alhonn robe (.iiptrcnily| under deep etcittnicnt) amiin who are n >w suffering under a conrs of l htws which hav e I : secondly, ue could no! live at the rates expose to sale, in Tallaliass- -n thtI: h d iyi

)se.i:N I 1UU( do, lais iuiidii.-c 4 a short and veheme speech, contested some e-f the always been conxideiedby one of our mo
3 c.i s uiurid tx or aim to uuKt a raw. stalnm-msand views contained in the nieis.igc. Mr. cituen, not only a< oppreviive but uiija-t. arid a* could get a larger practice, or the pi-opie, were vvomi and children, conveyed to us, in trust, iy s.ti.i

>< Us to cl.e 4th July &i.t. To bt Foisyth said a few words, particularly in reply to an wholly repugnant to the principles of our rouxtituliga," I! more generally able to pay. We have had much Richard Lloyd. The negroes arc OH the plan! .v rn, of
Jua Jie
d.iy recIdit the nc.xt aunuif races. allusion mde by Mr. Cpllioun, to the case of Geou'ia an'f among nthers.no proi'Ounced bj Mr eb .ter. Judge I I to do for the last,two rs ; perhaps in the next John P Duval, about one mile north of'IaLi! a
Court. The whole wa then and other equally! eat and yea where they can he Been those
and the Supreme subject Storv. Judge haw, many 51 three we not be able! to sustain ourselves. by wishing pm-chasvl
FOR THE TLOLIDAV.fr" referred to the committee on the judiciary ; and, on good men years may Terms of sale casK
the TI1 F1rid-1 S< ttler% eorIot FCfiI11k > itiati.ic motion nf Mr. Jrundy, 3,000 copios of the Message 4 The fiwl extract I ihall present the reader, will he from Who are there among this community in such a HECTOR M'NEIL, )

*vI1 cour pursuid by ts&rLI CtlI 1' with thitt: of Cuf. ami! Doiurnents were orc'.en to I* printed. the resolve* rff the inhaU'anti of N v\bnry port, a town case, who! would aid us or wish te a belter f foi> 25fd" MLCOM BLUE,

LI tIis te.inniatiuntothe! tbspubaI of the public lands In the Ilouie of Representatives, after several resolutions always diIingulidwd fur tie sober and mouVr Lie character tune ? \Elt ol lots in he i .un <,t Uum.y j'

'r n,Lt.Iritury'f > No tij insciisiblc to the vital imp and petitions presented by different members had of her citizens and their byalty to the jostitution : I have written thte, sully with a view to your here! y notified that a tar of $1, on every uuim-

rid.t. The ll'c pre-enptl HI .aw s iothuettlen, of Flof 'been disposed of, the President's Message, which will I. Resetted. Thnt we cjusider the act laying an em- better understanding, not with a disposition of proved lot adjoining the public square, and fitly rents

the ,() Paage w. I'f-cured by Col. White under be found at length, in another part of this paper, was bar.o. and the several sip iementary acts thereto, and I servilely begging your favours-the which I am above. on every one not adjoin ir, has l been levied yearly by

1s1 sand d.stouragtng CITCUUIS.&IC. &tnd the laid before the House, with the accompanying docu more expecially the last i-t as anconstitutional, unjust JOHN A. CUAIG, M. D. the corporation, and are requested to make arrange

i.*H. 'r|IIC, prphcj.5dIcu.d' by the wishes of Gen. ments. After the message had been read, Mr. Wilde and oppressive-and Uiat we recommend that all legal menu to meet it, within the time Prescribed by law ;

the ia.e scvtral happleintnlary laws, and cspCl-ially made some remarks upon the importance of the subject steps be taken to prevent the execution of the name." I.a.festfrornLondon. three weeks, as the ordinance will DC enforced.

forty acre act, are o many proofs, rather let anSI moved that its further consideration be postponed Resulted That will aid asiit in theefecn- m TH03. PRESTON Jr, Intendant.
not
Inc eaj theta we or
orunK>" ,f the and that the and documents be Bv the packet ship Columbia, Capt. ROBKHSOIC, .
devotion
Co i!. White sincere 0(1 until to-day, message tion of the several! embargo lawi, espetinlly the lajt, and pr. A. J. FORMAN Secretary.
his to the inteiests ,,f the agricultural .part of punted Upon this motion a debate arose in which that we coimider all those who do, a* violators of the constitution the bditore oldie New York Mercantile Advertiser qm'iu-y, February Sih 1833. 25SvOT
consututeuts. Uen. Call while acting in the char- Messrs. Cambrelen Wayne, ArnoM, De.trborn, Ell have received London to the evening
ltettr f of the United Staler and of his Commonwealth; papers 1C K.-All persons indebted to the subcrij
rtc.euer.c J vou.-cdto give aiuth a narrow north, Stewart C.rson, K. Evere.t, Coulter, M'DuLV, aad that they be considered unworthy of the esteem and of the 4th tilt a few hours later than those by the I for the hire of flcgroe, are requested to make imindiate -

Serli JTeCOIlsltuclionof tlw-sclawas, to h.sen WiKe, Dray ton, Williams, Archer, Hoffman, Ingeraoll con.ldence of their fello v-citizens." South America. The following extracts comprise payment, a' farther indnlcence will be tif.en. .
in n a Very reIt degree. He claimed to be.. Bursts Craig, Bell, II. iM. Johnson anJ Watm-mgb, all contain of interest. ((254vit GEORGE L. "AUNTLEROY.
acting ajudivjJ a"J taken and the motion Here fellow citizens: tie resolvea, that far intemperance they any
capacity. to decide impartially I took when llie lion was
quo
.nd y he appearej in court in suppoltof thedeciioii I to part, lost, yeas 86, nays 101. Mr Archer then of feeling and determined spir.t of resistance to LONDON, Dec. 4, Evening. In Li o* Svptrior Court.J. .
aZl1nt tLt! $etI.lt postpone the arts nf Government equal to of the proceeding R. & E. W. DORSET, )
mile the uuy
e'hies it and documents to committee
,n' lM as II.c *cre the I moved to refrr the message Intellgence has been received from Antwerp to
atru.y ef ," in moved to icfei trni! of Carolina, and for the Mine cau-e biz: that the Dy : ./1tttc.'ntct.
w.fi : jarly () pitioI1 to the wilierSr I on ihejuJiriary.tewart Sunday noon, (3d inst ) at which time,the French
n.dty Pd'dU1 f '' lawn of Congress mere considered as unconstitutional JOHN CARR. ) '
the of
'nurd States' xMniiiitt be one mcraer
Treasury to a select Ii> coinpost-d citadel. We
Under the 5IPPition thut Le al Mr WiVUiitsmoved to refi'r them and thU it the ground now taken in the southern state had not commenced firing on the are E defendnn's and all others interested are duly *-J
iupeared M euuIlIl l for I from each state, T'f
Marahal Gerard is that Gen
against the clainpt"tHire is n confusion nfl to the committee of i.e nhcJen the s.ate of the Unm. > In my next, Messrs. Editors I wi.t furnish you with informed that aware that the above 'ut has bern institute
dca
flit & all ( t'aneui) HalL eral Chasse has bee;, fir rvne time mining the and writ attachment issued.JOHN ,
renrkle the :nggeneniL The I Af.er discussion upon (he relative propriety and re ol cii <>f a siroil r character yvtmd it -

: :ea rd up la l8! yiprcac ctfurt by !Uin,, the aiivantagc sf :hc rv.fcencc .to theiC sevcal cop at a ee&in5wlici the priccipul actors ff rpetkera\ were approaches to the p'-r-! < ji-"oiure: of whjch tw CAMPBELL, p. j.1 .

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SzlXtoraqc <$;- Commission Buszu.j SPORTSMEN'S NOTICE. .. l\\T-0'T' ICE.Alel.pe.no'os' are 'h-ercby'n'o.ti'fie'd' an'(t r JLloffice V A 'V NOTICE.-The undersigned has. oi_>en d,.* A

1, cautioned not to trade for a note given by Daniel in the city of'I'alhhassee'and; will pracj .

r--I Nftxim& M. Jordan, for upwards of thirteen hundred dollars, regularly in the Courts of the Counties of Gadade?

one given by John Bellamy for about five hundred and Jefferson, and Leon, in the middle district of Florid?
;
forty dollars, and two other notes given by Owen W. and in the Superior Courts of the Counties of honw"

Pittman for forty eight dollars each-all payable to and Decatur, in the southern circuit of the State 7J I

r t. 4 ubscnbers are now encinii. a large and the late Thomas Delphy Dec 5th. And they are moreover Georgia. JAMES A. BERTHELOT .

commodious Ware-House, with a Pattnt Cotton. cautioned against trading for any other notes given February 2d, 1833. gjtf"

I > of coLton and skins, and faction Commision Business. decedent the above and others not The Savannah Georgian. Southern Recorder *
-. l ff'l\s foi :the jm.riose'} : packing Sf to the said as and C*. "
nmpitssing Cotton for shipment, it will be in opera- known, are wrongfully withheld from the sU&:T ler v lumbut Enquirer, will give tho above.two. insertions and' '

t ion ill a short tone. They are now ready to pur- ?] SUBSCRIBER having been ap certain persons. SAMUEL M'MURTRA "* forward their account. :

thase Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton stored pt'intedUCTIONEER for Fayette County, Quincy, December 29ik 1832. >f ISSOLLJ'I'ION.-The tirm ot Preston Jon *

f with them lor shipment to any port in the U. S. A. offer his services the Public in the Auction & Com- A Sweepstake, for three years old colts, three mile I) and Necman, was dssolved by mutual conSfec I

TJnir charge for storage is 25 cents a bale by the 'sea mission Ba!mens. heats, entrance JlOOO, half forfeit, to be run over f B'HE subscribers have just received from N. Yorka the first day of October last. Those indebted .

;: (, son, which they do not exact if they become the purchasers. He pledges himself pay strict attention to all bu- the Tallahassee Course, the Tuesday preceding the large and general assortment of velvet,blue and firm will come frward and close their accounts t/tu 4.

They have a nurmW of first rate vessels engaged iness .nlru ted to him and to attend to Administra next annual races-liet to close the 4tb day of July black cloths, blue, black, Russian green, drake neck, Q.uincy February THOMAS PRE8TO' 1

to freight for them to New Orleans New York, tors or oilier sales in the County. next-three entries to make a race, the colt to be nam- rich plum and stiel, mixed, sup" rlative, superior black, 2d J833. } WILLIA I D. JOl'iE8 J'. >

; cud Charleston, and they will engage to carry freight His office is in the Town of Ocbesee, where he mayat ed the day before the races. Three entries already blue, striped, diobilseh, n'ixrd, l lontay, green coppermixednulifying __ 4.3m-__ WILLIAMNEEM.N'_ I
Is in the trade all times be found. made. brown. Mixed, green and unionjmix
t<, those places as low as vesw: -
any undersigned '
having purchased the
and no charge will be made for lightering of Cotton JOS. R, BETTON. This will be one of the most splendid sweepstakes ed cassnncrs, lattmetts: black silk floienteen, tnglish 'I'HE of William Neeman in the stoek entire" i. >

if shipped by them. J. G. & N. HAMLEN.ianolia August 10, 1832 1 8w ever run for in the United Stales ; and will attract the I silk vestmi, fancy do., water silk do-, brown do.,fur- will continue to do business at the same of oo '. *-
8tf. notice of gentlemen who are fond of encouraging the e.di,., black silk vi Ivet, plain and figured drab, ba- stand U d''
\ Oct. 9 1P32.I
the firm ot' Preston and Jones and have
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A CARD.-The subscriber having now a large and sports of the turf, in every part of the Union. v ritv.t blue iroat hair camlet. Leather caps, patient ft'ctir ]
addition the old Baltimore
from
; JfEWGOODS.JOSEPHLADD. .t m. commodious house, east of the capitol square, is THOMAS BROWN, SteTtterM). sak Mil l ndeiN, sjo\es! be. ver hats, velvet, bombazine to of stock and and Sew.i-o r j:' "
a heavy supply groceries : are / t
I prepared to transact A CLNERAL COMMISSION AND AUCTION December 29th 1832. 1tf I state ridu Md siik stocks bandarlers & silk! flair hand- P

; I business, he hopes to receive a liberal support o UI CY 1'CH.F.-1'he annual races over tlicCluincy kt-rchicis, rearw>|,iadicoats, pantaloons: o and vests- linen from the I latter the place a handsome I ai.d assortmeuittPeCtinsuited _*

from the public, and pledges himself to those who may track will Commence Wednesday I shuts, riguie-a *nj, plain bosoms, collars made after to present season apprhmchinand si>rin'-L ,

Hjtl received. pir. schooner Daniti Htbsttt, favour him with their business, to us his b :st ertoits 2O.". "February Id33. Free for any horse marc or gliding the late fasiiions.. hi| of which are offt-red for sale to mt'nd constantly I to sell keep a good I supply "t.eo" ."<.ud3which .. :
h.a their
-} a new and complete! supply ot to promote their interests. J. "WESTCOTT Jr. and continue four siucissivtdays : 1st day two our friends and cust''",t.rs, Ort the most IVUI-MI iblctinns. t to to olll1rit'nl1, on the

Cf 'ra-51 English and domestic Dry-Goods, Hardware, Orbr'2d 1831. 7tf mile brats : 2d day 1st best, and 3 in 3 : 3d Jay 1 mu<; subscribers aiaLsO, }provided with rood usual credit continuance; they feel of their grateful r past favours ai.J 1 1i j

5 4-c v 'Ahich with tu former stock will be sold cheap SELLING OFF LOW FOR CASH. heats : 4th day I single mile-: I I vvorkiiun, ant w ilu1.\kt up U.thiiig '\ short m''ice, i, solicit a deserve the patronag<- as they intend
trying to same. tl]
for ca ". his of Jeffer Horses to be entered \vilh[ the secretary bcfure 3 o'el'ick -- after the 1:itest tnsllun: It.B& B t1L
at
new store corner
; Cask and tho highest market: price paid foi Cotton. THE I NovemUr, dOth I IdJ2. THOMAS PttESTON, Jr. .t
the i each:
8th 1 I32. ICif Monroe-streets!, offers for sale to-the public p. in' on day puo dmr dav.-- race. .. ._ WILLI.UI D. JO ER
Mttgu .Ii\. December in general, a handsome assortment of the following 24tf I By order! of tho Pre ;dent. Territory of fhriila, Leon Suptrios Cumt. Qtuncy, February 2d 1 1'3t.: 211mTlCE.I

: J. G. & N. I1AMLIN, named articles at the most reduced prices for cash, Viz DOC'IOII JU11. jfUr: fl'IU'. The extcutois ot 'h03. Sed'lcn, compl'ts i.1'1 t neieby raut'IU.\lI ,

: WE jus: received from New-Orleans, and offer the ci- Chf"s for six of hand peru II".tltrd -
H5'j DRY-GOODS. RESPEC'fFULLYiutunns 'I'hotna Drown and others defendants. )ctnJ.I,1 11 notes given hy me u- Mills a'\ct "

.It Ie. t* vicinity, that he- Ipplarill to the satisfaction of the Court, that i I'trry for sixty dollars each dated January 5th Jftol: )
Ht.\\t. old whiskey} has located himself in and piyahk in twelve, twenty four, and
I Silks, Black, Grosdenap, Italian Lutestring, Black llnscity. Henry : Harriet Parker and Eliza M. Jones thirty si* Oi
100 !;me Kentucky bag;uis, N. U. He bctundathis ofK dour Parlr mouths, I urn determined not to ifjcni
I Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink, and white Florences, may .e next to purl ot tt Il'I,1 nils aforesaid, are not residents of s } p.\y ,IZflII.55 J.
100' Coils bale rope, i Doctor's Parker antI Kradfuid, or at his rcsijei.cteur- I. con'pdltIl1y 1 law, as the consideration! tut which
Silks in Irish Silk Velvet j. tud
BbU. flour Figured variety, Poplin, tins ten Itory, but live in some other part of the UnitedStan 1-
50 new Adamsaml Call Alan-h 6 I notes were "iveu has entirely fuikir.24tt' .
10) 11 hds. Bacon, Cotton do.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calim, SuperiorBlack tier tr"ets. 183-J. I iti3iu:_ -; *. '

I I iO Sacks coffee, Lasting, Bobinet and thread Laces, Irish Linens, AC A UD. i It is therefore decreed and ordered, tint unless said OlED.E.MVRgy.
Sea I'land Cotton Shirting Plain and figured Jaconectt Subsfnl.cra havia the Stock of fit lUUSll.KbbALb.: .-By vulueot adttiloti 4
60 U'ols.: Ruin, THE : !; purchased elt lend x.'its do appear; and answer the complainants bill u t
200 Sacks Salt, / Swiss and Book Muslm.s, shawls, worked rapes and \'are-l luut> olTaylnr & Klein, have I filed her'tl, 11 or before; the first Monday in June next, executed by Daniel M'Raeny t: myself, 1 will .

45 Boxes tobacco, .: and dresses, handkerchief, Calicoes, Ginghams, Nankeens coiuiiHneed .iie DRY GOODS, GROCERY, an.! that the sale shall be taken pro conffiso and the matters expose to sale to the highest bidder in tie city of Tal-! \
Brown Holland French Brown Liwn Fuiiu- lahaser on the 11 th day of March next, the south
10 Kegs do. .1 COMMISSION BUSINESS.In thereof decreed accordingly : 1'rocided, that this cast J/

$ : i.rtlulinam'cmber 6th J512.1P.1(01P lure Dimity, fine Cloths, Ca samcrs and Cassimtts, order be published in some authorized printed quarter of section four, tmv nship one, range.tisut. t.
tinnmodmus
adduioi
I while and Red Flannel, Negro cloths, Scotch and Russia lo their pre'scul building, in this dislrict once a week fir newspapr i and west ; said land lyir.jr about three ndes: south! west V
they arc about to reel surds and house tot the rccep- of Tallahassee there is the above land :
1L sheetmsr, Osanburgs: ice. &c. Jan. 2C, Ibi3.: Mm. THOMAS RANDALL. : ; on comtorta. &1
01B .1.. tiuiiuf Coiiuii, Goods; .\ .I r Storage, their buildings ble dwelling and uut-houaes ; a considerable pririvnof
will be completed by tin I Ljtlt"pt.. They rCot .('l ul- |]
HARDWARE.Alirjrcand A DMINISTRATOR'S OT1 CE.--All persons cleared land ; and} a, valuable sate mill now in operation

f1pptlaC1)colit: tctWcv, l Iy solicit a shaic public |',uronage, and p'edgt t tliemsdves *L h,umi; claims > ,;.Liu'!the estau of George Hum- Feb. 2el 1633.: 21uh. D. .1.? SHEFrli-.LP; ; tru t".' f:

\ !. Dl.SMOUEVEsieOTT, extensive assortment of Hardware, consisting to a .strict }'ICIIUrIILL.iccu1: all CiIlI11i5I',1i3 entrusted plums. dec\l, late of Leon county, an required: to prescuut \"E'1'1'l':': TUU .;H11>.-The sub, .j
of Knives and Forkes Pen Knives Spoons to their care. authenticated within L'FA
duly the time
prescribed the
ill been ot"
iten.ii
--" tte GB -- ; appointed a.;f.nt ]
ILliiVING Scissors, Raois, Locks, AugersChisels&r., logriluMiiha PEACHY: & MACKIND1IR. by law ur wi be forever barred, and all persons i .stof his Lino's Florida
tty Lafayette, to disp< in u ready
of (h.nn COL. JDILN) GAMIJLi; : x!fto
.he importance soitmriilof I'LANll'. TO ,
c in. increasing complete a carp-nurs) ( J l.IT tisou. emlcbted to estate are requested to nuke pay receivepiopoaals for the purchase i.f any jxnioa ti
will the undertaking, JUDGii RANDAL,
\FPALACHICOLA, justity ANGUS JOtiXSON Ailm.Ta'I .
't SHOESA mClt. not less than one section, of the general's township of 'p
t1 jjscnlx-r proposes lo in blish a weekly news- BOOTS& __ :!: ihi *see' D reinb. r 22d 1832. 193vI land. About 5000 acres in the south west truarttrtl .Je
; this under the above, title. This paper GEORGE I.ClltL\lOllE, ,1 (
ai place,
piper A of Baltimore pci anus h.iving: rlainis the I the township is reserved from sar. 1 hittimtof
wIll _,, devoted lo Commercial and Agricultural intimation large assortnK'nt J\\IE--! 'l lj i IjIU-, i- uTICl'1 &. against %
(JalSlCfl.I I 1" e 1'. Neal. late of Gadsden county, sale will be cash, or one fourth in cash,aid the re-let 1
4 and general and local news. POLITICS, _% _1 ., : and J NKU-YOiUv iiuuk- J. J. \j\\1, J ,
den 8 arc requested to present themj properly authenticated in annual instalments, satisfactorily secured, with: 1:1.tereat :.
whetuer .National or Territorial, will be itdiduvsly a- .n DC JI ) LEJI COL. \\.1JR\DEN; 'FalLuia.sst.- .cl .
I TMiUd. Attention will be paid to the sefeclion of articles .1! 1 am >, L.aili c, ..i in .u i' uui.il 1 St. \!:irks Jlil.l'1 1 11I.I.q< I 5310 If{ w itl.in the time prlscnbett by law, otherwise on the amount of each instalment from the day '
they will be t .rever barred. Those indebted will of sale This of land the -
: ,- township adjoining ot
city
a .ileiary character for the columns of the AnIt Shoes, i to ,.< A \\ ULM..J. I'. hILL uihr3 lllr ."Lf niTalliUiaaA
,
l make immediate
pillse as Tallahassee and in rc/erecce health ft!l-
ad- J |lnYlHrnt indulger cannot ; to locality, J
,. is.:i, und care taken that nothing lending to -e ami St. :'Lt.ks.
be aiVCIl. W. U. IIAURIbON
be unnoticed. Our -T-l HATS AND CAPS: M Adm'ior.Janinrv I ness of climate, fertility and adaption f.f soul KwtL<
'
.he interests of its ,
Tauce patrons : : ii is. ttpjr} : 1JI/IIty, 19th 1833. .
2Swi culture of sugar, and cotton is unequal I by anyft Ji(
invited aid us in our ellorls to u .
Lterary friends are to A I; ( I i oi themost f' I 15 wlusl.(-y, .
Hipcnora.osurtiiK.'iil er township of land in the Territ .rv o: Fl'u.da.ROBEuT .
TenJ.r the ADVERTISER, useful and agreeable. 15 N. i t-'. uni, i :' 1TED 2 s fATELIL, >TA\i-B': : : 'ATSA 'V.WILLIAMS.Tallahassee .on
fashionable J1ATS & CAPS ofI"IIS. .
.I
4 v.ill be wuh good "
In. ADVERTISER printed typetn 19 C.
issued a&uifi- ai: c gin, I.I.I NDIIEW JACKSON AND October 9th 1332 btfICJ
a riyal s-hccl, and will be as soon as !10 iltiC pork ILl'J
pi [ .. -. ... ... .SL VERSAILLES.-From Co- The Southern Recorder Georgia the Rid.I 2
dent number biibNcribers. are recci d. 1 he terms GROCERIES.A It) ;.u.j: n.acKeiel, ,; --- J : : ;

of haOscnpnon! are S I per annum, if pud \ ithin the 10, }hilf !>1..2 il>. _,.. _, lumljuto Appalaclucolai The ,I mC.nl Enquirer, Vii inia ; the Columbia Te'esroyS.Carolmu =

ist su months, and $j if unpaid after that lime. large stock ill all it: \'ariety.FLiOm 31 I s>uj).'rline- ll'ii.r r al \e boais and We\ \I' leave. Columbus alternately, every I'i ; the Baltimore Republican, Maryland\ ; tie ]
6
r Jlonduy at o'clock A. M. for !
ntt lay, Appata
: h,' alue of such a to thy merchants, of this 3 'I Jfashville Banner, Tennts5et, will insert the above lid.
I paper 'iuc
"a'I.: s'.tt.L \
qr. i <- iI.t, and will mer-.ect the new mail stage line, J Jti \ertisemeni tor four weeks in succession and forward
City, and .fColuni'ms.. Geo. and also of the ditTcrclltparL 3 j >u.\es du.!: .> ', )
r this offiee
advertising lt
fine trading with this pi >re, as fill i 4JJ u-rouuTs > f..rpaymtn'
country :<
medium must be admiiud, and to the Plan lei- Ban :1- beat flour 7 *lan ajt., wi.ic : l.'; a on Tuesday and Thursday at noon. In returning, W IHt H K Ct
rifty; > ) < joi ne\\ \\ ( l will !.\Appalarlu-'oia Thursday and Friday II tt-.lW.\L 'lllt.i to
afford useful infornmiioii. every -JOHN 31'..E.ORvl.. D.MV.
will I
it highly :3 S.uit!'i i il I" I J
U 10 'dllc k A M. and arrive at A-palaga t the next :
Our friends requested to forward their advertisements ,. :lIfrtltf1c! inhabitants of Middle Fluridi
are ALSO. 10) Firkin Ghov utiticr, ,
I days I by I 12 o'clock J\kbi.rrpdx>cigers: will tind stages I V cL
for the first number.u .hti .' the i.ext iirnvah! (
:>
.- criptionswhureceived, to be forwarded to the Sadlery, C: rorkrry\ and Class Wan-, I ::tI ki. s 1.11"1!, Theproprietors of the above light-dravghtboats have I New-York a large and ;cnerjl! ,ortncf: ..

subscriber at Apiwl.iclncola.; :II I)) la< lv> ft lie ':ll.I f. drugs and medicines, and every other artrd '

R. DLNMORE WESTCOTT. [III \\ Jn., Looking i (Jla.:.sesSalt( Ready I I 12 .boxts Hum u slurry! wire, 1 invested; of passengers a large capital, in the in confident fitting them expectation up for the thai comfort a I|I count leu with :hat l line of business ; winch they :1-]

dj'p ''ichicola! B y, made cluthhur! stationary, ice. &<'. I JG III:rliof.ifii! ,'--Lttidiitg ten:1 sher. Washington, discerning community will not suffer this (the first at- otTer 10 the public on as nccomino,l Uir; tenns and a; .4C

I. l. .9. 1832.fl'lllt S I 'CII1l :Ni.\\p V<.rk, .\.' sold uii atciiiiiiudaiuig teinis..N to with as low prices as medicines of SUM:ar quihty have eve r
supply Appalachicola a mail
JL1Ell"LLI; >. -iiipt regular ,) to
I tl' .- Iliii I H--i.:: b .en obtained in the territory. -to.
12 UJ'
".x. ) ;
kuoscriber has hunditd itcies or moreoi tuJL T;illahassiform'" 'r I J.'th I ''31.Liill I :;I 11,' ) (tow Ii t for want of patronage. \ .
superior cotton land, which he wifches to rent 01le .- ------- : ,1"tl }j--i. bn, (JooiJ l UI-IHUI f'IItt.lL.Lt.- App.tlarr.u-ola, J:innarr f9th I83J.: 22tf \ e announce with plea-sure that Dr. Trade well,!
& M L !Uf JKS i 11:1\'I.'ttlj': I Itr('1Vd, nil II I gemltman of fine talents' avu frst rate medical re\din* ;

e lor a term of years, for which he will I take part ol I.'II,, )Ji.&v.t. (ill band yt tu< u st,.ii..s .:1 1 TMH.u..i'4, i, ,'f.S"I ".: JOSEPH LADETHAS i I has been engaged for A few riuonultsuntil the practicing .
the crp or amixleiale monied rent. The rcntoi or lea- It I'-ixcs, Ua: IK- \ s ;:i.d qr. boxes, bunch railings, l
:t. -all ls, I lie fol..wiu: ,'llwl( S."fII1Crd1.u..jI., : season, to superintend the estAUiihnifiit, afnLch ti/c \
sor can have any quality of excellent land (Indian old I Id I h< z", ll\II.dt i \\< ;*. do.I receivei''
Ii3 P:, ''. p (',Klon n.I just per.schooner Ana Howard from other compeienl assisia.ice w ul be ob1intd..r4
fu J, preparedjor cultivation, for which he ::uijj I t.:, .1::us, .ud hall: jnii ?
easily ,
gi tpc New Oilcans.2t .
toC) (,ih [n,.:.: n"l'f:, \ I r N. B. C'ur! mediemesvill (b' opened in oXr.B\akes-cf',;
E. would be charged no rent the first year. The above SOU i 1)! >. ..ulniij Twine .1 J liums fire l"1\'h'r-" : bbN. whiskey ; 25 bblsv N. O. mm, lariTf b'niiliniT. "" rntr of CMint,n 4- AI darns st.'t. 23it'ccr
laud is well adapted to theculuv.lhonof the bca Island ..tJU CII".a 'IIM: ', :fill..cv!", p.im! nuts, cigars &c. 30 bbls. niessauud rk 50 bbl I'1
flour
boot) Ibs. 15., nks iiml Hams prime p' ; superfine TownlJppPQt
V 'vjii, 1 en itory of Flond.h.1t, l counijr, ;
cotton. All ''t! v. i.idll" uffii.; drhi tur cash. "
30 I rIs.! .1 ml I'liiiu1'oik ajj G apple brandy ; 3 bbla. old cogni.ir brandy; I I *.
?
ess,:> bchicola.
Tile person'renting or leasing can be supplied with &l Kegs Leaf Laid I 0, I locj': !. j liiif.; _It. K. WEST.'nil 20 kegs lard ; 20 sacks coffee ; 30 boxes &.kegs tobaeeajO : BROOKS LATHROP &co. w
corn lobe paid lor out of his crop uf cotton. -; Ml.hiCAL FEE IlLLOF'1ALLAi1SEE sacks salt. }
J. W. DABNE 30 I'iK. \1f.IioIlgah1lL atsd oianu i \\"hisl.t.\.. I Liverpool I vs > Auaehir.cnU \
k 5 jjls. UdlMnioic' Gin 1 I 1T'a": '': t.\' il.ty .>(01 i is. in nl ht 1,(fA ""hidngether: with his former stock of groceries, HENRY ALLEN, ) f f4LL
Town December 29th 1832. lUtf
1". Suwannee Old Jani'if" i ai.d :s-UrLaijRui.i, l D<_tcalioa .and dllicd: attention all day 10,00 Iir- ood9, hardware crockeryicare, assorted iron and rnerested are hereby required to tab oa

: NliW STOltli JO brls. Mlala5es.] I :U u". : (It). do. all night I ltlOUJ I ,( sleet etc. etc.,-he offers to his customers and the publicat persons, that I have levied an attachment, tomedi- ***

P"5t'rI'Ii"l1 in single ( >e 1,00j extrennly low tor Cu.or CCJtlUll.la oth
21\ Iii'I. 't.jt.-j Jino r'l'iur, pncts reeled at the instance of Brooks Lathrop &.coup IN 40 l-ils. M. 1.1 I N'i.s. I and .1 j l'IL.Ip: ion f.i :3 oi ij.i: .it the same houseoUc'.i. : n"lia. .Lt'uuary9thl33.! 22tf .!
; QUINCY. ( two houses and one Jot, situated in the town afoitWii i ,
1UO S tcks Giiiund .\llu'n Sat! I I itn >.."M I' Iti'lIt. ,
Liverpool nun It IOV AL. and pointed out to rue, to be the property of Henry L.
bubscnber n.is just icniov< tl from i'ahIahaec \Vhi 'h tfl 1 b' \ lilt tl"W''al c .. G \\-1':11"11: ues.e-t.it lisn'1 1 ii'.i.i, !int atmcnt of "
THE r : IISII1II' :at .1 C."e..i Allen, and have curnuhccd Davut L. \\ bitemd1h\1 ,,
is now opeiung at the corner store founi-rly .xtru t I Lird ( cki I 4.l.. v.i.Lii [pl.y..j.I'1; is nut p-vriii lted ta '111 E Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform
# :. liry .i.l', ; .Iff', r. iv\al ', C.:i'UI- LaPrade in the above case sad: case is retunuibla w j
J. & B. P. and. ili- puieiit. I l.UO JL his (:UMnUIi rs, anil the public generally, that lulus ;
u Messrs. Petty, opposite Mrs.Iai.s ,' visit 1 III jU'.JI
ty lr ni U established and well known hotel 7 L..x of niMl. L 0 to 1OUa reniovtel his Confectionary to the house of Messis. over
'
\:.iii : ,
.ng thput lli-ir eustoiuerund the i
'r i- s public at tail to be held in and for said town on the third Monday
I 1 "., ). S.\ ".i U tinv.i't' 'i s oil) tn I.'JOII L. <$ 'I. A Ainustead near the Capitrl Square, wherehe ved
'
LARGE AND GENERAL r'J"II'f' :tII I : "I I : tI May next. \\ M. LAPRADE Au'Pl'i
I I i'i.ul I Ult.U:I.IIIC .,U ..o l 1,00( keeps constantly on hind the best of LldL'OIMofnil a

QJUl I1t J.i1u lr'fi\kty. Hum I'ruit $c. 10 D!..tiling 1,00II kinds-aKo various kinds of Wine and Coidials, January 26thKEKR I33. 236wSTLtAC pLiC

/ jiPL lJliY-iiUUv. 15 bKs. winke.y: ; 10 IJJb'! rUIII ; 3 \bIJl\ \:. gin, Cuppn: but once 2,00 Portt-r, Cidrr, Ale-Candies, Sweatmeats, Pickles, &C. 'J

9"' ,-i,I. r, 1-2 Dr.twingtei.lh 1,00 &,: &c. DinYrent kinds of Relishes at all times, all of : & STURGES have spacious and salt .l

Which are dunce m pal and las l oil.ulowtl--latcst coloured\ fashioned and best 5 qr. casks I' tet, ) 13: Leu.'lung; 2U, which} he offers on liberal terms. He tenders his sin- at St. Mark for the reception of

1 quality made cllicucstPR".Sa: 2"1. Lu uVVISES.. 1.1 Lay.n.j open abscess fiom 2,00 to 5,00 accordIng cere thanks to his customers generally, for their liberal cotton on storage or for shipment, and they! \ ill n1ak.' I
CLOTHS AND cAslINETTs-n'udy clothing Marino
almwls and handkerchiefs bilk li bi.xis Sherry, ) to case favors the past year-and hopes by unrenulied fairadxances uiideli\ery ; when they ai callow! etf to ,
and
with black da- do., FASHIONAI.E 7 l 1,1.u: r} lU .ijipk-i; 2 bbls. diy d peaches, 15 To visit in tovru day 1,00 do. at night when I attention to business, to merit a continuance of their forward and consign the same to any of the f(>llo osinrh fcatliers.tnd
BONNETS, rich rib-
bo. fir with 2j biA-. 2ie'n apples ; 3 bbls. Ojtlee ; 23 bU. flour, sent for 2,00 : patronage. Ports, \ \7. :--to ? -Orleans: Charleston, Bakifliort, -
11: a variety of othera.ticles
trimmings too 35 lia: :. mflie ; 10 i bis. new buck\vlu.ai, 16 To visit without the enpt.J'd ion one mile & I. R. K.'VEST. \ew-York, Providence, Liverpool l or Hi.1.He.J
tcu I us to cAumerate.G
10 buts Jilp[ ; 12 boxes sperm randies, not exi'etdmg (uIe mite 2CO, July 10, 1S32. 47 tf On all consignments they will charge 2] per cent:

iOCERIiS&C. 2; bunch raisins ; 20 \ boxes ditto, in the day and ",OU at m:ht P. S. R. K. West has just received direct from fox guarantteon sales! and will be responsible tt> lk*

10 bbh. pork ; to sacks MIL ; 10 bbls. Mackerel, 17 To single: blister 1UU, all ovtr 50cts. each Baltimore, n larze si'pply of the very best qualitie-- of owner, for any loss sustained cn the voyage, lliiouji hl

.- iij'i in Jic groi 1 1)' IIK, just reci;,'.tU from Or 10,000 Spanish :'. ais. Just rectived per. bus At- 18 Plasters the same as blister* LIQU oils AND cOs.&C..OSARI.-Hii friends and the any neglect on their part ad'ectinginsurance.:

leans 1.1 addition to hu old stock, hams and sidc superfine lantic fruir. 'cw-l oik, and will be sold on acn,OH lovers of gwod eating and drinkinjr, are invited to call august 2th 1832. 2tf Doc

flour. white leaf-.tird.: dating terml.y LAWRENCE P. HILL. 20 Delivery by instruments 50,00( and nidtre for themselves. Oct. 30lh I83H. 11 tf uer

GOSHEJS CIILESK AND BUTTER.LK i -January: .lli I If3"?: 20tfMAYN 21 Dressing a wounJ with stitches from 2 to 5,00 Till: NORTHERN MAIL STAGE. E. S. ROBERTS, & CO. .
--- --
., qjahiy of Havaiialigrexncoliec, sperm candles, MID AND NOYES' 22 Consultation 10,00 Leaves the Planters'Hotel MANUFACTURERS OF 09Ut
re \ line moked ?('< ieh herrings pippin apples, Irish Vaccination and necessary visits etc. 2,00 every PL.I/-V T/v.i.N'i y.iw.w.\ W.IRZ. X1Z

p. .i ">es, old cogma.- u.ndy, do. Holland gin, Jamaica INK-PfJVDER 21 Fur amputating leg 25,00, finger 10,00, thigh 3',IJU Monday and Friday at 3 A. h.1I1Il.endll
_ M., and will arrive at Milledge'villc will at all times have on -ttTj
spmis fleet as imported, oki apple brandy, .Monongah 25 Amputating arm 25,00 SAND wholesate
-- =' and '
-- ;'
whiskey 7 years old. Which together with vu- 'JG! For setting factun of leg or arm, 20.UO : by 1-2 A. M., on the follow- to supply country merchants :

viety of other ai tides cons it.ule.8. complete assortment a LIQUID INK. 27 For reducing dislocated arm, 20,00 III : 'i tusdays and Mondays, nuking the trip in a lit dealers, on the inosl favourable terms ; tf);e'Jic "I
I tic itioie than three in
day*-The line has been with a general assortment at their store JIvLlroe.UDd
and well calculated l to 25 dislocated wuchnupiovtd
_ is suit thei.nhabitantsof Reducing a kg 25,00) very
I aai. us vicinity. Quincy -H"F any an: s.i.i iniacqiwmud with the ,,.>'aL supenb tiy Reducing: dislocated hip joint 30,00 I by the addition of new cOJ.ches-allll extra I'allahassee. _'__ __ 21''kH ; pt(

f The highest prices will be given for COTTON ority and unexampled reputation of tluse articles, 30 Lithotomy or operation for stone 100,00 leams}of hoises-for seats apply at the store of C. f
SUCAR, read the C. .\ I ham -all NEW-GOODS.
invited to following testimony baggage and
respectable
UIDL&, SKISs, FURS, 4ND ALL OTHF-Fl HTNTIIT HiODVCL tiny MC All other items too numerous to be here inserted, ill parcels tin* risk of the
lh' &ct and to make trial for themselves.The ow MCIS of tb same. R.
SHAW
to the \Ve the subscriber would Aeent.
: / JAMhsr. EC'JLES. same proportion. beg
of the best of i\ueratur2Otli| JS3' ROBERTS & Co. ,
DceeznbcrJst1832._ 15Lf. impo! tan"c having' very WritingInk leave U) state to the citizens of Tallahassee, and the 14tf E. S.

*!'< fiiiory of Florida, Middle ( is too well! krfown to mentiwntd. flllskmd has public, that in pursuance of resolution entered into byus Auction & Commission Business.t A"' E lately reccive.i from Ne\ -Y rk a genfassortme..I .

District' Gadsden County. ):v. 1.tii J 39. been in use fom teen years, and the testimony respect- upon the first of Janutuy 1 le3J, there will ill tuture f 4"-.

ADAM HUNTER, 1 ing it is the same from nil mendation'parts of .the country. he no stipulated bargain, or engagement w itn any {;- T HE subscriber having been DRY-GOODS r

1c.con mily for professional services therein rendered by eithei appointed ,

LOCKWOOD SHELTON Mil Ktjnity Register of Conveyances' Ojfice.Jf. Orleans Jan. 2G, 1832 of us.JOHN. services, to the auctioneer for Leon county offers his BOOTS&SHOE i:
in
public tlieauctioiiandeommibsion
\V1LLIAM H. ELLIS.ON J Messrs. MATNARD & .i\'JE : g-ntltnien, having CRAIG, J. H. RANDOLPH ness. He busi-
used your Ink for about twt y-Mrs, we have the pleasure LEWIS WILLIS JOHN pledges hnnsclfto pay strict attention to all
H./11 l.J'rVIPS
motion of the complainant by Ins and M'LEMOKE.24tf : business inn'usted lu him and attend %
attorney, to uifoint you that we found 't to be of a superior JOHN B. TAYLOR ; estate or other
_ appearing to the court th.H i f.. N-fendants: do qtudity and the best we have ever used. It flows well sales m the country. His office is in the town of Mag HEADY-MADE CLOTHING..gIs.
not reside m this Territory, it is or.l. .,,1!, that unless Territory of Florida, .Middle Lisirict, GadsJtn County nolia, where he may at all times be found.
and black. .
the said defendants answer the com tinutus bill on or gives a Yours permanent Jan. 25th 1833. March t.Stli) 18:>2. 30t' B. RYRD.FRESH A a small ass jir.ient ofHARDWARE D

before the -fifth of M respectfully, WILLIAM HARRISON
.
twenty day nx' next the same ANTONIO DrCllOS/easier Conrt 1ncu. )
will be taken for confessed, and lb- .natters thereof oj vs > In Equity. LOOK AT ,
CHARLES BAYON, Deputy Regt ft.'. Tills !
_ decreed accordingly, and it is further ordered : RICHARD LLOYD. J .
that a Office Bank U. S. Cincinnati Dec. / 183(.. ( and Glassware 1oo '
wpy of this order be published in some authorised appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that DRUGS, .C.-l hav received by the Crockerywarc ,

$cwtpaper of this district once a week fur'four months. The Ink Powder of Maynaid and l\oyes' ha. bee .Mused IT said defendant is not an inhabitant of this tei l from New-\urk and Baltimore a ing glasses etc. etc. R

K. C. LESTER clerk and lnasterjfl equity. in this Office for severJ.llearj. We find it *?.;>*- i :-j.ory. It is ordered that the sad: defendant, large supply of Jresh drugs{ SfC., which will he sold low ,

November 80th 1832. 144m nor to any we have Cashier.. I ,answer the complainants bill, within four months appeardiul lr cash, or approved! credit. wish it dLtinrtly under Together with ma-iy! other a1'ticlesyhich thcyoffi

Registers Office, .ttC-York, Oct. 25, 1831. H'se the kill will be taken stood that my mtdicinesvre warranted good and in for site on lite!! most reasonable terms for cah of iffpiovxd 1
and
confesso it
t
Territory of Florida Middle ) Messrs. MATNARD & NOTES' ou.ei pro ; u> at-wes be may .
returned when credit their Tf :
their at new store in Moi roe-atieet :
r-. 'rdered that quality not
this order
of be
v. 12th 1 1832Equity. fuiiuer a copp publish'd entirtly sa-
District, Gadsden County. S. Gentlemen,-Having used your Ink about six years, tllOrized in this district tislilctGTly to tfif purchaser. lahassee. 2.tlJ
WILLIAM D. HARRISON, we have no hesitation in pronouncing it superior to any in somt IlU months.newspuper once: a Among the ;articles. received Ls-RowANDs TONIC .
.week for tl'ur R.LESTER C. & M. in Equity. MIX- HOTEL.--Thesubstfil
n: we have heretofore used, and as such cheerfully recommend TURL-which IS represented the AMERICAN
]} 833. by be I 9
February 2.1 1 13rn"reJOTICE. proprietor to A I informs his fiicmU, and t
4 JOBT c ARMISTEAD. it. Respectfully, your obed't. scrv'ts.JAMES SAFE AND tfKECT-JAL UCMCDT Ii
ubscnber has FOR THE FEVER AND = pub,generally, that he has rented the L
Vhe obtained of.
!letters k'
f1K\HlS the M'M hR RAY .- ACUE.
day came parties their
by attorneys, and 1 E. 11. PERKI S. commodious building the sii'e of IJ..
ill thC on west
of
estate Michael t
DAVID administration Cummings
Jt the complainant, by his attorney, and by leave of GLADD, allahassee. October 30th 832. J Itf'T'1ON JghIr
h the court amended his bill, suggesting the doavh of the GEOGE MORTIMER.. late of Leon L'o.'uty deceased. Requests all capitol square, foimtrly occupied sis a tavern by.j

I defendant John C. Armiitead. And: that Marcus A The above valuable articles may be had at whole. persons having claims 14'11'11st said estate to present GINS.-CAMPBELL & GLAZE jDowner.. The house having undergone a thorough

.4 Armiete&d is hi*administrator and, it appearing that sale and retail, at a small advance on the manufactures them duly authenticated! wit'iin the time prescribedby _1 Louisville Georgia, are engaged, at their well pair, will be ready for the reception of borders and'!

_.n ; the latter does not reside in this; Territory, it is therefore price, of E. B. PERKINS, Agent. law, or they will be forever' b,'red, those indebted known establishment at the above place, in the manu itors on the 13th msU JOHN \V' REAVES.-T' >

ordered, that unless the said defendant answer the Tallahassee, January 5th 183:). 20tf to the estate, are requested rh-ake1 immediate pny- facture 0,1' cotton gins, of a very superior quality.-It TO MECHANICS OR MASONS.-Take 0

.I complainants bill,.on or before the twenty.fifth day of menu BENJAMIN DYS-D, Adm'tor. is their intention to keep a constant supply, at Tallahassee building of a jail in the village of Tim< .

M Matoh next the same will be taken for confessed and Just Received Magnolia January 5th 1833. 208w and Cluincy, Florida, and to meet all orders in ville, Thomas county, Geo., will be let out on the fc*

'- the matters thereof decreed accordingly, and it is, further ,* AUTION.-Ahl persons are cautioneo:! aga.'nst: purchasing their line with pron.pt.ness.-Gins of their manufacture Tuesday.in May next, agreeable to a plan which**

I ordered, that this order be published once a week PER schooner MILO,from Baltimore,and for sale, C or otherwise trading for certain notes' &9- are warranted: to v\ork well with good usa e.- be found in the clerks office of the superior court '

tt fat: four months in some authorised newspaper in this bushels of CORN,. I en by the ril'er payable to William Wya.t bean- They take this opportunity to state that there is no said county. DUNCAN RAY, J.J. C. .

_! district. R. C. LE8TER clerk and master in equity. 1100 Bbls S. fine Howard Street FLOUR, I er ; and which are to be paid, if'all liens on the land other establishment of the kind in Louisville, and that AARON EVERITT, J. J.&
15 do MACKEREL all gins made at that place, are of their manufacture. SIMON D.HADLVJ.J.lTHOMAS
4 NGvcmber2Oth 1832. J44in i purcnased by the subscribers of said Wyatt, should be ,
4D do HERRINGS, (Susquehana;) I removed by a day certain. The liens have not been November 13th 1&32. 1312m J. JOHNSON.J elit

d'USJPH LAUD lias jUlt received and for sale very 50 SACKS SALT, removed ; the contract has not been R.S. 23 lw JAMES MILTONJ.J.(1P .
: completed by Wy COMFORT SURGEOX
; \ cheap; 4 boxes shoes,all kinds, brown domestics, 000 LbwACONHAMS B DJNTIST.Villpay
(superior,) att and the
subscribers will
not pay any of said notes. a short visit to. Tallahassee about I IANO FORTE for Sa1e.rh
I ,cloaks in two ,
and silk
assortment gent assortment cotton urn Any : wishing to purchase the corn can have
L fcaellas 10 kegs goshen butter 20 boxes lit persor T.WILKES SEABROOK, week., and tenders hl.professional services to the citi1 Superior.Instrument in excellent order if olfc 1
; superior toMjgnftlia re uutil tho first of January by giving a bond with I Iceturity '
JOSEPH 1
bocVb. December.29th 1833. i9tC J J BEABROOK tens of that place and Its vicinity, JJc will, be found l for sale low-Apply to* E. SEJXA& :

TIMoThYz'AaTYbI I January 19th 1&3?, 226ir i at the Pianicrs' Hotel $3f{ Ma nolia au. 11133? 53 li


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