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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: April 20, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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TilE FLOafDIA-N.- THE FLORDML4N A LARGE: and CoiL / -

rELISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING A1rdo1Iar5mn nuntof Fresh Dru::s and/ V

I\ch'ance-or Five in si\: months vrd from New York and Halting

and. retail. Country Merchant lUll, .
No paper 11 If discontinued unless at the option o ..Iied on the most acccninindcime ttrn.s.

Editor, be ( re arrearages are paid. "LAISSEZ NOUS FAIRE." \hv29 lPEIAS.: : ,
41 tf
vcrtlccncnts, will be conspicuously inserted at se Pnieist, h"nli\: r..rit.! .

insertion and tC't'ORil.ILt 31L.\t!- REI :: ...
for the first UJtrmQ VlI1LQIi1'Q
ttfive cents per square A lWJl IPI1UIIL
SnBmi a nnQ '1' ILQa 7it ESPEGTFULLViniomis
the ci- \
treats for each subsequent continuance. All ad- ---.

IScmcnlS will be continued until forbid,unless other ALFRED C. BOSTWICK' ivs DOCTOR W. F. TAYLOR, tenders hi> profes K1RL 1NSUKANCL.TNSURANCL idsjoc.ued'izensot himself allahassee in thiscity., and iu VMll1itthat he ;'/

ordered. RICHARDLOYD > Attach in L. S. C. \ to the citizens of Tallahassee,and : against loss or damage by FIRE can N. B. He may be found at his office next door to .j

e communications to the ) the vicinity. His office, two doors east of the Planter's' JL be effected on the most favorable terms Doctor's Parker and Bradford, or at his rf'siden'f' cor- to"
,. on all letters and defendant is hereby notified that an attach on apph- nerof .
Hotel. AtJam
w : : anti Callstreots. !
he pos will not receive atten- THE 32tf action to the Subscriber, agent of the Protection Insu- March6 I<:V2. $$4.nJJ'Di. '_
UiUSt be paid, or they hs issued in the above case returnable U
tor, till next term of this court and the defendant and al SILAS B. UEJSNIsON, ) rance company, Hartford Connecticut. In every appli.Rliun JOHN B. TAYLOR m-

_____ other persons interested are required to ant vs In .1tt chmfflt. the lair Cash value of the property must be forms his friends and iht Public
that his
appear health i H
; ; LEMUEL BURROWS J stated and evidence so
satisfactory furnished
[Concluded from the 4th page.] plead to the declaration. T. HAL TZELL, of the correctness far rest.red, as to enable him tn rrsumt his
notice the suit been of the pri'fcs..ionalduties. -
above has and
authon.ee! and directed, any balance 343m___ Au'). Inc Pl'fi" TAKE commenced representation, the good morai July :30 l3-! .:>0 if
,<, character the
court, for the county f1 on rue, and applicant. The solvency of the Office
1.11 bc paid unto bun, the treasurer of this *J> OO BUSHEL; : of icruund alum :sail for the attachment made returnable to the next May term, and its fairness and punctuality may bcconfidentlZ! re- I) R. jOiiN A. CllAlU.oflcrs hi-.J1i"l'otJlf'lSIOI1.1t
monies /W ftJ sale low if applied for immediately.tf of the lied vices to the citizens of Tallihassee! .
ferntory ShaU\\ nay the ::awe from any .superior court of the southern judicial district o! on. E. I ERKINs.: a.idi. mity.
...a noua, Apnl13th J. ( &. N. HAMLEN: -His office is on Clini"i-str.
where
V not otherwise PProP"alc. oJ Florida. All persons interested theitin, are hereby requested Tallahassee. .*,. 22, 1S31. 27tf l be found htu"ay"! may
treasury SALE.-Thai commodious and well kuowr to be and appear at the court house in the cityof ULUl'lU'fhe except when absent on profesaionai: '..usil -
13 1833. FUR her
FEB. 9, 1833.-AP. FEE- in the city of Tallahassee known the the in Dt co-partnership toforeexisting lIess. 11 Lf'lO
\SSED as : Key-West on first Monday May next, to under the firm of R. H. "VVoolley kco.
I'Unteis' Hotel If not disposed of pi e\iou.i to the show cause. if any they have, why judgment should is tillS day dissolved by mutual consent. All I t ICE.-Doctor LIONEL FLETduEKwIst.esLjj'-
AtTfw the relief of Shannon 1st of October the will be rented not be entered b persons ..L' frm the publir thalhe has
ur 733 :\ ) 70 ,AN f property on reasonable according: in w. having claims against the above firm are requested to resumed 'h-- pra1 ire
and Uallagh terms. THOMAS' BALTZELL. Agent R?: It. FLETCHER, S. M. C. present them for settlement without delay and those of medicine-his resfdcnre is seven miles nest of 'I u!-

Je ,t enacted by the Governor and Lrgisla1 343m tir Ritrhies >-yor.OR .__ I Y-\\"f'st. January 18th 1833. ?7tfB indebted to the same are earnestly solicited; to make lahas ee,n.ar Muiry's Ferry tin the f cklock.nc flHT.31ar .

1 ( uuuctl' of the Territory of Florida, 1'hat :i F SALli UR llE 1'- he &: t. Louis iraci o' I SSOLUT:; :;.-The firm ot Preston, Junes payment immediately to R. Halsey, who is duly authorized 16m 1 -31. ::O6ii

Governor f> laid, VP ill: be sold or rented for a term of years. and N. eman, was dssolved by mutual consent on to settle the business. -
1'rntoT.he requested
.4 f the tnwII'I I For particular* apply to John K. Campbell or Henry the fir.-t day of October last. Those indebted to the R. II. WOOLLEY Henry P. Yonge,

MI-M. Shannon; : k Hulligb, (ol the l3' ni''. FtlH'ullry16ih 1833. 268 w firm will come forward and close their accounts R. HALSEY Jltlorney fy; Counsellor

the of f ninety-live dollars Quincy THOMAS Tallahassee March 2d 1833. at Law ;
PRESTON ,
lachico/a/ sum lrJ=- \\'E are ut1iorized to announce' February ) Jr. 28tf Qu i \tYhDDLE:
FLORIDA.
them *o theculloctor 2d 1833. > WILLIAM l 0. JONES
'liliy cts., the nin.i-Jiit paid by ,
of Frinklin over and d- Col. JOSEPH WHITE, a candidate to represent 213m \ WILLIAM N'iEMAN.: : ,.,HE business will hereafter be conducted by R. 3pf.
: county Floiida in the 2Ud Con resl1. ---
SPURTS: iE 'S NOTICE.A JL Halsey, under the firm of H. A. PIERSON, & Co. GEORGE S. HAWKINS,
e tnu amount actually\ due by them for ta.PASSLU \- --. '.. Alii AN PS A 1'KL.The above named Having an establishment in the city of ew.York, we A TTORNEY and counsellor at LAW Maria-.ua

Iv : FEB. 8, 1S33.APPROVED: I i"s l' establishment, formerly under the hJ.lIlJe at all times and at the shortest notices able 'Vesr Florida. January 6th 1831. 2CUARLEb "

FEB. 9, 1S33. 1La ,' mlenddiice of Col. Mandell, is now '. to furnish: our customers: with clothing after the ;latst :::: E. SHLRAiAN:; ATTORNEI AT LAW.-

open for the accommodation of the public fashions and of the most fashionable materials. We .,.TILL Practice in the Courts ot :his.Distn-r, :an: JW

under the C.ire and management of Mrs. BEMAN.: tender our nn'eigncd acknowledgments to our T in Jackson County West Florida. His Office
ilenV.! customers
\:; AcT fl" the relief of .
i: XoJ:
u' 73-1 Coleman. J.uui.iry; 2<>ih 1833. 233m i'or former favours and flatter ourselves by undeviating ,s on Jefferson :Street, opposite that of the itegisttr.

Li it that Allen W.Coletnan | A FAVETTE'S TU\\'l' HIP.-The subscriJljtfber exertions still to merit a liberal share of public N. B. All instruments of writing, will he drawn

PJ lrJlEflEAS appears having been apMinlcd] the agent of General patronage. with the strictest attention to their legal accuracy.

tiered certain prolesmon.il services, to theTuners Latiyt'Ue, to dispute of his lands in Florida, is ready \ NEW-GOODS Tallahassee, June 20. 1829. 3tf.WILLIAM .

confined in the Jill of Leon county. to n-ctuc proposals for the purchase of any portion HASKIJSS-
Just received v/ifl
tht't'nr eighteen hundred and thirty not ltJ>a than one section, of the general's township of per Schooner Delta, an invoice of New

," rwsi land. About jOOO acres in the south west quarter of Sweepstake, for three ok colts three -mi'e' G feuds, consisting of toanr business in Jie city otNuv \'OA*
it further that the years ,
and whereas appears, Supr. Blue and Black Cloths and m >ilyu.nd
is pr ] taithfully extcute Comniissk.ns
ine reserved from ,
township, sale. The terms of heats, entrance $1000 i half forfeit to he any
run over
ol the suid Coleman, exai.ined: and sale will be t'ishi Black Casimeie, do. enli uated:. to him by his friends in Florida and the
puunt : or one fourth in c-ish, and the residue:, the Tallahassee Course, the Tueswy preceding the public -

roved bj' the Judge of me superior court ofLMsddle in annual instalments! satisfactorily secured, with in- next annual rac *.s-list to close the 4th day of July Mixed Fine Sattinet'Navarino CaMmere, jrenerally.

: District of Florida, ha been lost :a i'cst i Ull the amount of each instalment from the day next-three entries to make a race, he colt to be named Circassian Ntw-Yi.rkJuly 1832. 52 tf

[ of "to,-This township of land adjoining the city ofTullahass' the day before the races. Time entries already and Bombazine, J. 1). WE '1'tuTT If. ct J. P. BUtt H, -
,laid now for the relief of the said Allen Black Silk Velvet
in ; V'E formed Law
: and in reference made. a
; to locality, health, ful- MA partnership m Florida The
C oietnan, iirxs ill"rlinrttf.. fprtilifv and Jilnntinri Black Silttiii fappil FIOIentine vrcttr.fr. &(.. X-*..... :of the former is in'fallahajwe
---- ttf-- -soil-.- to-- tlit.-,-* This will be one of the most splendid sweepstakes -------- -"--- and of
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Ik* it enacted by the Governor and J&gisIa-i culture of siar, and cotton, is unequalled by any other ever run for in the United States ; aid will attract ihenolice (Tallahassee R. HALSEY. he latter at \\"est POInt, Appalacmcola Bay .Bm.j.

Council( : of the territory of Morida, That tow ship of land in the Territory ot Florida. e.f gentlemen who ore fund (f encouraging the maich 2d, 1833. 23tt. less entrusted> to them m any of the courts of Florid

and allo ItOBEfTILLLIS.: sports of the turf, in ,.very part of tie Union. STORE ;jr adjoinng: Counties of Georgia or Alabama, \\ii.!
of ternton to
the % \ AGE.
treasurer pay Tallahassee, Octohrr 9th 1 Ia32 Stf THOMAS BROWN! Suutar, tI e trlctlratt'ntled to. Au .3d, Io31. Ot r
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said Allen .t Coleman, the sum 01 sixty- !t..F The Sutithern Recorder, Georgia ; the RtchHnquinr December 29th 1832. I'JifNOTICE. I N addition to his old ware-house the

: dollars out of atjy money in the treasury m.n f Virginia ; the Columbia Telescopy, S.Carolmia -- I subscriber has J. I'-,. &. O. WHITE
Thc undeis. ned laving established recently erected a Imild-
otl..n\l.., appropriated.t J"a.thriUr bnniier; the Baltimore IttpHblicun, Maryland : the at St. :Maiks as:;an auctioneer and commission i in; 80 by 28! feet, for receiving cotton ami sjiano-.ts_'o<, .. i LAW.
t Tcnmssec, will insert: the above ad- L" ILL practit'c u> me court: i i .vals
> aj !:
Jan. merchant TIMOTHY ; 'superiorr
'dssfcl 21J, 1833. re.--jKcifully soicits a portion of' l'CARTY. :
rtisement 1 for four \\tI'ks ill siii-ci-sMoii, and forward! St. :Marks December vours '>( Lt. p, J. iferson, Gadsu'eu aiK> hamjj-
Feb. 6 1833.r : their l public patronage ; and assures those who nay employ 27th I 1831.: I'rf
alpill'Out this
accounts to office f.'rpavmit. II t.0.1. Any agency *ili oe promptly attended to : Let-
him, that it shall be his first wish a; well as duty to

\H ;*i't-ii. (TfMiKUlo' Hit- fir .: of Jami.tr} last, )I OF Persons unacquainted with hun, lire respectfully referred in > .t.:> BALI Zt-.LL,

ot to \\art! .m.i tdiateiy HId discharge: : llie !same: Pl..lI.V 71X..l.\'IJJ.Jl'P.l.\\ to !his excellency Governor Duval aid Thomas COUNaLLLUil) AND A i 'ORNEY AT L. W.

)Uljltl .llIUi_ '\ul lull 'Kit tM' ;.:I IVtll. will II4A.NH :M.i Bradford esquire, al Tallahassee and Ic Dr. Wee- d 10 Tallahassee, will practice ink
,. ..nd art, & 'Iling off i heir present !stock: I low fur ai all limes have on h.tnd a peneral as- don, Shcll-Poinu FRANCIS: B. WHITING. Lt I'IHIrt..:' Error, ami Appear, in the :? uptric Courts

b, tlh ifnaiiy!' atail and \\oulit !sell: the entiie dialers: to the supply country: merchants and wholesate ;iCr: All articcs sent lo him to be sold, vilE be kepi 1'.r the coLitty ot L.;. II, G t .sdcii ain Jackson in tillSle.1
on favourible
.I 1I..1e "illt ill) \e"-.,' iil)_rat I terms.t most terms ; together free of chaige until sold letters addressed to him iy. Talla ;"'"' I.-r' p, !it.I 1- .:*. iJtil'w
;
wilh of blo' requiring -
a general asMirliruni k-tin
brittannia
. .' d
ai
_:_!1 -__.__Ir.__''p i_:_tli'I'.i.__ p uier-w. res, ai their store in Al 'l1ruC-.-l. Tallahasst his services as auctioneer in any part of the 4 CARD.-! he subscriber having now a large and Fciv;::' ti-- i .1.1 ;v infill Lt> ..i ...."l..l. >'}" .\.

i :. *.i I t.t''.!'.s i r m.. :;.uu: ii Cougrcs: 24l IilL coim'y, will be promptly attended to. commodious house, east of the capitol Sijuan i.- : esquire, we have .his ua\ five:: be.ng

I 'e. ,'I i in I iht c.iiuuy of Leon, on the first -'larks, March 23J 18J3. 31 ttTarita.yof prepared to transact A GENERAL COJIMISMO.V AND AUCTION irst duly !sworn: for tnat purpose, proceeded to the
h I .iv in sjy n< xi, ...ud I.'1\llIs will be opened al the I LNT'S ri I Ll-'L SA U CO 1 1 ON UlS. business, he hopes to receive a liberal M' ppoa vatuatiuii ot the -howig cattle taken up [)) Nathan
Florida
I* 111_ L' \ '. 'R.I"l under hu aupcriiil'.u-lence cf thefit I' IlE Subscriber bas an assortment Jan. 25th 1833. Middle Uisirict Gadden County from the public, and pledges himself lo those who may A jyrd as lrclY:.: a dad brindle steer, wiui tlic lower

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nun* vj Krrr and St">rgs Si. M..:rki; Inspec- size>, Iroin 30 ro 71 Saws, which will be sold at $2 and ) tvs o promote their interests. .WESTCOTT Jr. with a crop, sht: aru. uuaerbit in the nthi ea-, and

-ii ...r. Mur;,' > Ambv L rallt'.lllU J. \V. hit 111. $2,25 per saw on a Credit until ihe first day ol January RICHARD LLOYD.IT > 7t Equity. ()cbcr2d 1831. 7tf ipperbit aid hole in the left, branded 26, cued June
}
1/1: stun ot ll'itkam b.igft ; Inspectors-Aujus"it.j ; next, to good responsible pun hl l"I"s. A CAtP.THE years, valued aLA $'J.
I l[ -\1- *iur M 1 u't'ii :\.0 ..asjii Britis'.n. appearing to the satisfaction of tie court, that Subscribers red sfer with white the
on
BENJAMIN rl'rthead"somc
BYRD. said defendant is having-: purchased; the Stock} of spot
t- /'. 'wtue oj Elisha H'liuluc; In'pedors -Eliiho..o : Magnolia. :Mayfr' 1 hI. 41 if It is ordered that not the an said inhabitant; deferdant of this territory. and Ware-Houte ofTayior ic Minn, have white or the belly and lnnd foot, the same mark and
ili .mi ii.: Faireluih and Daniel L. ilichard- appear
brand the abo\e
commenced the DRY GOODS as i.ag6 YtJ.l'i..alued at 56.Two .
M ILLSAWb.: -Jsist icceued from the nunufacif : and answer the complainants bill, within four months, I GROCERY, ati-

Et .e market'lfHttr the l'i/5 nf T-Mahamet In- t.ry Row land, Philadelphia, a Iou of superior otherwise i the bill will I be taken pro confesso ; and it is COMMISSION BUSINESS. other steers marked with a swaiiow lork in thright .
; 11\111,cross-cnt, tMmuiandvhiji nws selected further ordered, thai ," :: car, upper and under slope in hs: lelt, braiidc'l
>, p\p CO:7- n COpy thJ.I..J..r he
il. lJlJrSLr111ti publishedin
| U's-U\! LuKo .Mid uicliird fur this market In addition to their present 'rhnmllt.linu! bujl'iinr L .F, ono H r..rl bnrdle; :, with a bush tail tli3
,U\\, ly and for sale! lo\\ for cash, by in authorized newspaper in this district irosy ,
\\ once awe they are about to erect sheds and i houses for the re other white, with red head, neck, sii. ..Llers and iV-et
Jt'f
C. \\'ILI.I.\! .\ :\t t I tlt: iOU$( c; S lunon FJ'aAfr Insptctors.-Tom I M. Equity. tion of Cotton, Goods for their! and .d the
; 2d IS33. < c. Storage;, buildup* a r< sp 't on right thigh, the ae of 1t.J.., 6
er Cluin s, i f1siutM, itiurs ,nid Grct.ii H. Chdircs. II GiUK RllA1SD: y1tOVi1Ureceived: : at February 243mSTITH will completed by the 15th Sept. Tlicyres1ectiuL y"c.lr'alIJtJ each at >I 6. Tenoned this: ItJih 1)of

Ill! .'t lotnt vj John .NwiiU ; I .IJltctors-John Jjmilh: M .rk.-Kirra'id' .Sturges have lately receiver F. JONES, J l Iy soliru a share of public patronage, and pViice thems'ji !, Januurv. l&oJ: by RlCHARD TAYLOR
'k'j 1'aittluli; tiiki llaidy .'. jilt ,ker.t from :\;. ) ..rk, Charleston and New-Orleans, and vs f ATTACHMENT. t. es to a strict performance: commissions rntrus- JOHNCASON, ,

k t it houst oj J..hu Totum ; lni>pictors-John Ta t1.tc mi had 45U, sacks ground Liverpool salt: IOU barJ EDWARDS ) ted to their care. GEOI GE E. DENNIS.

li. -\jr'd Ol.xe-r, nitj, J urns >.iun.tilletivnittj rels suptrtiiii fl.'ur : 50 ditto me&s and prime pork : 'HlHE defendant is hereby notified, that suit has PEACHY & MACKINDER. I certify that the above named Richard T a jl>r, John

.; !: im>.g /'.:.Itr' ..,t/l.; JnspecLors-Jc- I SvUlO 1unitskwi'iisdes:: : hogsheads; Orleans sugar: : H been commenced by of attachment REFEr. TO COL. JOHN GAMBLE! ) '_aso'.x and George E. Dennis, were duly sworn
process returnable by me
V. Mum.oi. (jiei i;,< Fisher tn. and Jame: Ke-n- y (iiUi '.: !J 3si s: 10) barrels pilot and navy bread : 20 to the next superior court of Gadsden c-nm- JUDGE RANDAL, (Jcltcrson.GEORGE :: t fur the purpose above mentioned.Jan. .

fK \ teirc* s rice : CG bajjs Ilaranna coffee : 1 10 boxes sperm I ty. FRANCIS A. CASH Pl'll' 16, 1=:J3 !\. B. FOLSOM J. P.
Att'y. ,
II; .''it soreo candles! : :> barn. 'N oil 2 ditto linseed ditto :
Byidand Pansh sperm :
: LORIMORE: A from the
; IllSftdl'Ts-\\'illi:>> Quincy, March 23J 18.>3. 31 if } true copy record. '
i\; Aaiiui ilta hey aIt' Locntza.' FoUmnc. l into train dito : 20 ditto old monongaJiela hiskey : JAMES: LORI31OUE, J. 3lSs Attest D.: I'R.l\EiY clerk.

|: i/t/ liou'it of J"on/ Harts; In-\pfctoi-n--Reuben I 30ijilti (:<'1111111111 dittn: St. Croix and Orleans rum : tIAUTION.--All persons are cautioned against: : J. J. AO.\ IS, J Gailsflen- f liiE subscriber have

1t"Ilg. .\ I.J.IiJ .i. 1'i-iid" rand JMIIM I llai.It I .->. I Holland and rnmn'on gin : brandy and wine : GO kejrs ...trading fur a note ;given by the subscriber sometime COL. II. \V. HR ADEN, Tallada see JL jj a large and general assortment just received of velvet lroi. oN. i rric

tie uvtitt. oj Thomas Garland; lnpet.tuf-Josej I ii ail-., as-sorted seizes' : iron and castings : which together in Deceirbcr liil: payable April last, fur 337rf, St. Marks} July 10. 1 IS32 4C tf mack cloths, blue, black Russian ,blue and
drake neck
r '. J. bai.nt 11011tuHJ: lotin L. \ I'h'rs. in groceryand said note was to have been appropriated to the
Auction ich and stel mixed
(payment plum
lllhtllolLt & Commission Business. sup. rlative, superior black
/ .
J/II ouU line offer ,
meidirate
of M'Qktcn (J/ .a/-a) ; Ins tcnjiu.cn ry- they at prices. of a ji'i'gmci'i obtained by Col. Butler again.-a: blue, striped, diobiiseh mixed

-itr d. :") joiui Al'CltKcij auJtthehcufiif UllIJ',1I1I1lI ..: COlt 011, !huli-s and produce will be taken at fail I aid Levins, and il will not be paid unless compelledbylaw. TIlE subscriber having- been ap- mixed, nulifying,brow n., Mixed,,lontay green and, green union copper mix

pnrrs. _ _ _ _ 33U"WJOTlCE.U GEORGE FISHSR.Manh auctioneer for Leon coi-nty. oilers his: ed Ca5 !!mCrS, lauinetts, black silk florenteen, Englishsilk
Stftaifun Frit:" (lll ; Intpeitors LioH :-nj.iiiiiu Cyril has disposed of his stock : I 16th 1833. 306w services to the do.
-LChCi Joh, public in theaucik naiiiiconuuissii bust- veiling, fancy water silk do-, brown do., figured i
Hale 1 .ltld -\>a .Muiibt.n.i 111 of _'11"Is and desirous tbnn
i beiiiij htsl He
i if 11. : .' IJUbillu..1 T rritory oj flvrida, Lton Superior Court. ness. pledges himsclfto pay strict attention to all I do., black !silk: velvet, plain and figured drab, beaverieen -
M-IIALNY.C L. C.C.U toO a close 1 niil him
-j.oc y quests nlll'crsIIlIs > : to business inlrustrd to him and attend blue goat hair camlet. Leatner
The other
of Thos. ; estate or
: execute Scdden patttnt:
I'lOt: -MX \\i.;, k... ..f.fr dale uj.pii.-.niuii! %ull I ltt fiill and settle their respective debts immediately, COJ pl'ls t In Chall's sales in tile country. His office is in the town of Magiiolia silk suspenders, Cloves, beaver hats, velvet caps,bombazine

4' Ililole to the h.'UHllr.Ible the omit lor the .'OUlii jn.1 hojM-s! that all ojncerncd will !jiay: prompt itttentiou Thomas Drown and others- defendants.CdJ.J : where he may at all times be found. state right and silk stacks, bandaners fit silk flag hand
; *Jsduiforlcuir: fadiiiiiuiraUi un the to iii;is n.ititv. He has left on hand a few of Clu'ints1s'eel March 13th 1832. 3tf() kerchief.*, icady-made coals taloons: md
es- B. BYRD. Iu-i-
.1 appearing to the satisfaction of the Court hat pan :;. vests,
Utriiry : la,IIl". lru kc. -aw cotton which will be told low Hose IT ,
& asd ; onbthilt of the ems, to Parker Harriet Parker en shuts, figured and plain bosoms, collars made after
jii.1 } and Eliza M. Jpnes
( ,1'dJlUf i.f tuc titate. D. KAN IN r-, Mnt. 32tf of the defendants Storage, and Commission &c. the late f,, hlOllS. All of which are offered for oak to
aforesaid
pm 13/1':/ bB.: !1'4rL are not residents'i of ,
:3.J6w'tE ,%I t : ; ih this territory, but live in some other part of the fJnuedSlatrs. i T' HE undersigned has larire and convenient Ware our friends and customers, on the most reasonable

art all..I' I 4ZC&l: lu :antioi.urt) JAU.HtU i : ; :'. /, houses and Cotton sheds, and is prepared to receive terms. The subscribers are also, provided with good

SON; L4jI1rc, candidate to "ereestuLeun\ It is there.fore" decreed and ordered, that unless! said: GOODS, COTTON, or other produce on Storage workmen, and will make up clothing at short notice,
:
ty in ili nt: t i('sis.hi 1 &c. after the latest fashions. R. B. & J. B. BULL.
\y cuc.1.i 3Jljn"t : :- defendants do ap;>ear and answer the complainants bill
1'T AX\SH: : (jRS UTkL.-.AI1; filed herein, on or before the first Monday in June next, Cotton Stored, sold or shipped, and all Commissior November 20lh 182. 14tf

VJI"r wIlli tuve feu.n;i in a hitoi then taxa.-le}Ier- thttthc same shall be taken pro confetso, and the matters Bussiness strictly attended to. He solicit a share of: THE iNUUTHERN JVlAlt STAGE
,
I'ti ii -( t..qucttd :u ddlHr lilt the thereof decreed accordingly : Prodded, that this. public patronage. EDWARD SEIXAS. -. L.ave.the Plan Len'Ho.d eve-

&<* II U tdlie dJ) not, ,,, ih.-v'Ina't uill ht' bULl trea order be published in some authorized newspaper, printed Magnolia, October 16, 1S32. 9tf :Monday: and Friday at 3 A.

u! dou'w' UAO. MILES! IJLAKL in this district once a week for four months. UCTION SALES.-TJIC M., and will arrive at Milledge-
Jan. 26. 1833. 234m. THOMAS RANDALL. A subscriber hat'ins located L- ----- yUle
12 A.
CHAULES: AUSTIN himself in Tallahassee by M., on ihe folli-w.
HE : 1iI'ICE.-Six: weeks alterdaie i] eposes to do a gen iii:; J ....roi.ajj> iiatl Mondays, making the trip in nlit-
l'rI1i'W'LO.S ; : 3'iJhcalionill end commission business .
'
of thc sale
noted: and full ulouucd SJ b.. regular days, Tuesday tie more than three The
iu\rce lh>'KRAL'ANIJRE\\ _. be made to the honourable the county court, for and'Salurday. days line has bet u very: much '

n lie jiublic u.at ievill awnd JACK>O>, in- letters l of administration on the estate of Daniel Holder He will also attend to adnunistntor and other improved by the addition of new coaches-and cxcia
the *'i,:>>Ul1Ig f"'iHOI; :I, deceased late of Jcfleiaon sales teams of horses-for seats the
.nucwj; MH th< lath JHorcti : county Florida.cIIA1LoT'rE in the country. ROBERT J. apply at lore ta: C.
( '- HACKLEY.
and to ud ri I c.i Hams
all
t the I"lh -
baggage and
unett, Taiiai.asst HOLDER. I March 23d 1833. parcels at the risk (If theo
ni> 5la//iCN i', A FULL supply of Landreths' superior garden, March 23d 1833. 316w 33tf ,,"ners of the same. R. SHAN AgtU'.
HcJ
.. 1 M.. known throu'QUt| the Stairs : herb and flier seeds jul received and warranted November 20th 1S32. |4tf
.j411j i, "iiu-uu: aid! ,I' Afresh I f ff E. THE WELLTKNO- LOOK AT ,
MibwjAij'' ,,, ;, in tit ; by B. PERKINS. THIS undersigned
,, ,,, -.:>> .' *-i' cl'\Id, rac I| March 30th 1833. 32tf 'I"UE hiving piirtrhasett JiC eituie 11 -
rrj,4l, ? particular detail l : JOHN HENRY.ILL DRUGS .C. .I t William .:\
./. FRESH & have receded by the t eillan in u.e. stock of goods
;
!1h1 uia J.ic'j'i.ilujTiUiicf-MS> not iiccmcd iice::> ar}". -4._ ; NoTlC.E.-Foar we,.ks after date application! will stand this season at my stable in the town from New-York and Baltimore, a will continue to do business at the same stanu under

Ikl y-club rac:: IteM tins city, he ran for ihe 1" be made by the subscriber to the honourable the V of Mariauna, M. Florida, and will render service large supply of fresh drugs 4'c., which will be sold low the firm of Preston and Jones, and have received in

trait IJ.lj'b b- at.1'ure At tliitancii.g all his fi>ur competitois : judge tlf the county court for the county of Leon, for at jftS the season ; $25 insurance payable the 1st fur cash, or approved credit. I with it distinctly understood addition to the old stock from Baltimore and New-York

!ti sieunj thei.it .U.tpanna racto, he al\o rail I I Icavt to sell! the real estate of James Bannister deceas- of January next, or when the mare is parted-50 ct I. that my medicines vre warranted good-and may i in a heavy supply of groceries: and are daily expecting .

,i tjj 0:1: '/-> purM.iiitiJdiblanceitiillcompetitors: cd, late ot' said c/m.uy.) NEEDHAM DUDLY, to the grexjm ; a company of six mares will be served alleges! be returned, when their quality is not entirely z- from the latter place a handsome assortment of JTCHHJS

lit llOlIlh.t. i h i in. case ; lull at the last duincy u t- TallahasscP. March 30th 1833. 324w._adm'tor. at the price of $5. Every attention will be paid to lisfactorly to the purchaser. suited to the present season and approaching spring
ri.n.i --------------
s S day pursi.: without contest. EDE VAN EVOUR, ) mares left with the horse, but no responsibility for ac Among the articles received is-RowANDS TONIC MIXTURE and int-nd constantly keep a good supply of
boX g.o
} arb .ij
.s. iiii... and oj' the ocst!: j>tock m the U. : vs > IN ATTACHMENT. cidents.Description.. -which is represented by the proprietor to be A which they ofe to sell to their ol friends on the
!oil ell die
i.y fainuus Tnnnieuii; one of thc John is SAFE AND EFFECTUAL REMEDY usual credits : they feel grateful br
tthHI: ,1 uiiu lit. TIIOS. EASTON> ) Henry a deep red sorrel, full 5 FOR THE FEVER AND favours and
111s c till ante c.lts of old Sir ArcLy, I notice the above suit has been comir.enred feet 21\ inches high, with a small star, his oil hinder: AGUE. B.PERKINS. solicit a continuance of te pton pst they intend

p. Itt is as;a olitext by the l'I .,h:;;a bnd iinx.rted honw I TAKE court for the county of Monroe, and. foot,white. He .is of the. first. figure, good action, possessing Tallahassec.October 30th 1832. lltf trying to deserve the se

,tJ' IIU eb y,-upwards: of I 1C handsbtautv I nmde returnable to the next May term<< of the superiorcourt a great snare ot activity anel- muscular- strength THOMAS PRESTON, Jr.

nru ..I. brt.'J.t btrCIltth, with of form of the southern judicial dlstrlct. of Florida ; all -in his form are combined all the escvntiuls of a race IllFREbH EW DRUG &CHEMICAL STORE. WILLIAM JONES.
horse of the first order. -JOHN M'f EMORt M. D. & Co. Quincy, 2d 183H.:
''" :-4l> persons interested therein arc hereby requested to bo Febra 243m
i
tn lJr.tlle! owner to pay if the mare and the court Iinusiinthecity of Key-Wcbt it inform the inhabitants of Middle Florida, ITED SI ATES
)->Joe! appear at 't.ligree.-John Henry was sired old l\Iucrleohn
beuulldt..ductmg S3: if paid within on ths first Monday in May next, to show cause if he by old sir Are-hy, tis dam by old by Potomac his that they expect by the next arrivals from, rm MAJ4TE.\-Bln\1'
Uila-'U I5. for 511.gl<: tU1p. The number great N eu'-Yotk a large and general M AND
| ; assortment
should be entered
r. any they have why judgment not dam by old G alii tan, and u 7 old this :
iCc. vu'"cimuicdashc wilkbe run at the next; the bald ThomasEastin. years spring. of tree>h drugs and roet'cines, and every other article:! I l i SS VERSAILLES.-From9<>
'ot against JAS. PITTA1AN..
'(Id J.tSUrue: Wl\I. T. ATKINS, C- H. C. March 16th 1S33. connected with that line of business ; which they will! i SMpfisSBttmlumbua t Appalachicolaj The

tz; elc (tc. can bc furnished on reasonl.tJ'I.s. Key-West March 30th 183S 32t1flcsbcrI.r1terLVCSPUbliC 3Um offer to the public on as accommodating terms and at aIJ,'c ijoais hit, leave Columbu alternately}', every

'.rs Hl1. U1UVS! (ntmadi tlillce, to which the pro- 1Yt10N( U1JSS.-CAMPBhLL fct GtAZE of as.low prices as Medicines of similar quality have ever .VIllfyanl WeJMd at 6,o'clock Appa-
to.Ll1d Ifrr-.qulsted. responsibility ill i 1ttJ UT it; :.- no- Louisville Georgia, are engaged, at their well been obtained in the territory. t lla, and the new mail line
stage
:'uun: fur accidents, or escape 1,. ticc that she is appoinud administratrix upon known establishment ai the above place, in the manu We announce with pleasure that Dr. Tradewell from Tallahassee to via : P at ,

r frnS"5* ...f th! lull! pedtgree will be furnished. the estate ef Colin M'Rae, lato of Franklin county, facture of cotton gins, of a very superior quality.-It gentleman of fine talents ard first rate medical reading, a l laga on Tuesday ad lfobie at nscol Aspa-; '.

'.r, J. 11. Dpatculdr8| see hill, or apply to R. Hav- I deceased : she therefore of quests the said all deceased persons who to make are is their intention to keep a constant supply, at Talla has been engaged for a few months, until the practising; will leave Appalachicola every Thursday and retlmI Friday

h.! Ra.ndolph, J. l>. 'Ved.coltjr. or John K indebted to the estate hassee and Quincy, Florida, and to meet all orders in season, to superintend the esiabh&hmeni, at which timeother at 10 o'clock A. M. and arrive Aspalaga th" next
claims
_MwhM i13l tetf payment without delay ; and those having against their line with promptness.-.Gins of their manufacture competent assistance will be obtained. days by 12 o'clock M. where passengers will find

J. ti. & J.'i. said estate to exhibit them according to law, or are warranted to work well with good usa e.- N. B. Our medicines will be opened in Mr. Slakes for Tallahassee.The stages

.tVEjut received HA\1l..1N. they will be barred of recovery.326wGttACEY. They take this opportunity state that there is no large building, corner of Clinton Adams sir'u 23tfT1J proprietors of the above ligkt-draufktbo&tB have

sale. fromJSewOrlcaiw.andoflerold M'RAE, adm'triT. other establishment of the kind in Louisville, and that invested a large capital in fitting them up for the

bl- wti..kc" M.IttINALME8. all gins made at that place,.are of their manufacture. :::: DRUGS-GARDEN -r.t.DSkc.: fort of passengers, the confident expectation, that com a

line Kentucky : TIOSWPLLEBURT. ATTACBME.LT.I November 13th 1832. 1312m JUST received a full supply of Fresh Drugs and discerning community will not suffer this (the ,-t-

'tils bale rope, :1 I To : es. tempt to supply with regular frt,) Ugo >
Planters. Appcl a
'bt t6. new flour i defendant and all other persons interested in 3000 PAPERS OF LANDRETHS' CELEBRATED GARDEN, down for w

hda. Bacon !, THE above cases will take notice that suit hu been FOR SALE.-4 Copper Boilers : HERB, AND FLOWER SEED.-RoBINSON,' PATENT BABLEI. App.ihfhicola, January 19th 1833.CETKALBAM 22tf
,
'ltK.ooffee, commenced and attachment issued returnable to the Capper Dippers Skimi ersfcnd I .-SAGO Powers--GERMAN LES.CH.-ENGLISH ii OF FLORIDA.
lis. Rum said GEO. WARNER for P1'ff..1arclr3Oth Scoopa.ureduced I AMERICAN TOOTH BRUSHES.-30
Att'y. KINDS or
court. MEDICINAL
prices.-Also 10 Horse
pair Mill
Stoueg. February 15tlL 1833. i
's''k. I LOZENGES MAINAFD At NOTE'S S
3ttCTIlE
S.11t[ .\ 1833. INK, AND INK
powDER
Apply to BETTON JOTICE is hereby
& EMORY. given to the
Stockholders
.-SPICES. WINES e'.L
'Xc. tobacco, subscriber intends leaving here for the onh Mty 15. 1832 39 tf. PERFUMERY, &c. &c. this institutIon, that the instalment of
;:" :s do. indebted him ALSO.-A small lot Guinea Grass seed, which wi i il!, t. five.
the first of June,-those to .: on, each share will
gnuhna thl time.3ict BILLS OF LADING-Neat be sold low for c* 4 or approved credit. lara b ,'a payable accor-
,November 6tb will pleUO-maPf&Jment by BLANK mg the provisions of
the
1832. fist
L'ItEDEIUCTQWLE. and kept for sale at this Offloc. Tallahassee march 2d E. B. PERKI!'S. May nex. I... te car on' Cashier.day o

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FLORIPIA&- to the exclusion of a true and faithful servant. Smith or Jol.nson( is not material.-But the res.! rAucSi an as the enemy of aristocracy in ctcry fura. lie the Pensacola r

: : He has been very lavish in his abuse of the editor ion before the pxblic, is, whether Colonel Robir.son knew that power was so attractive,-ihai artful denw- have neglected Gazette,, his fronds

,r of this paper-Speaks of hireling Presses-The was harrnsaed in the pursuit of his just rights and on and military leaders had a strong procliv-ty Vj note (B) which is to send him su a

General knows that account of his Icfpotisnv We were teld by the orator of the day an extract from
there is sentiments.
Dot an individual in political -We are unable circular published '
of f zin alien and sedition law," and of a civil revHlition m December
SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL oT Florida who has the least control over our political to discover how this question is afierieJ by the certificates consequent upon it. He might hate found inhf in i the Pernacola Gazette 22d January 1824

I -IT- is----with- -diffidence-- ---- -- --- course-he knows that we will not submit to of Messr Ward and Williams. -This charge ; statute lx rk of much wore recent date, another people of Florida will form their owl ,
? some
we presume to argue dictation-be knows that still rests impeached on the credibility which alien nnd sedition law," with the addition of some who first . iIt I a point of bw with the Spanish: Lawyer hut we are independent ofthe be odious features which the great work of i
ought to allowed to Colonel Robinson. We have more creates executive of prnvement in our territory.

in as much as w?, too, have read the first volume patronage of any one, and we defy him to point no acquaintance with Colonel Robinson except by reputation. ;his country, au armed dictator." [cheers and loud If Key West is so important

I of Black s.>me recollection of character is i that of
a plain, unpretending must be
single cent from friend Col. VV. said, he hoped there would be another civil fortified- !
foe for
the general% principles of law or any article that independent He is defended, let it cost what
now embraced in a has planter. neither a politician, evolution :o .rrect time present abuses growing out it may,'* jt L1
ii liberal of-education ever appeared in our columns-The fact is n nor an of office. Is f the doctrines 6t range that the General suffered
; course % the public it w hoped I expectant :trensnaIlc,1therefore. > cxrraordi-nry of the presideiitprorlnnirition it to l k '
hired Press cannot be maintained in Florida the t believe that nnd enforcing bill.! up when he was in Congress
will pardon the presumption% of a fourth a man so situated would utter an aimless and abaiuWi
corporal) ,
discontinuance of the Courier falsehood.- the Col. W. then rtrapilnla'cd the government nets of the General without raising his
lance with a paper on which Kxcept general's denunciation voice 51
couching a a Brigadier General of tl an
t c VIr. Jefferson's public life, professing an ardent devo- Key West has
public have now one hundred
and never heard the least
money private contributions reproach his character aaS'i
Florida Militia: which, by ihe by though'u} is were unsparingly upon lou to his principles, and concluded by offering thebllwinz must not be offended whether votes
lavished and our enquiries have been such that it the place
would
is i
3
an evidence of this-The sentiment : ded j
abundantly supplied with colonels, and majors i or not. f he General *
isdeplorab'y people wiil not tolerate the existence of such a be no Ics than a miracle, had his character escaped, The memory of Thomas Jeffersoz.-The friend ofevil the suJpli (gulf) is says thet
destitute
of rank and file. It might be had it Urn el. of and rclyHous and the now nearly equal
nuisance: and the Gen. will I oervin censure. liberty, rights! of man. of the tqa ,
questioned whether in plain nntters of fact and I not, we presume, question .MrVy.itthi U-tn appealed to by General Call i Col. "White; beim railed on for his views of the pro- Treasury commercial wealth of the Stat, j

common sense, a real bonafide General should be ) our asset tion when we sjy, that the' buyers in hi* circular, ti' ooiitu di'-l the assertion of JuniusrespiCling ehmation and iiuUiilca'ion, in tj.c course of the evening one third statement but shews that it is mu,

allowed up, and establishes of the Courier lound it ratherfatiguing ; ?ain midrcs-sfd' the company in obedience to the call, 1 it i is well to magnify; our
to rank tlu-twis.eto'is
by commission over a fourth cur : alluded to by that writoi.i n'ld n/necn.neil! in ftronc terms the president's living as we do, so near so much

\\ poral, we arc disposed however, to waive this: lo pay uvo thousand dollars per annum I i j -It is true, .Mr. Wyutt w.i til IVi-i- icoU then, and Having: l.e; said always acted with lli-t prolaiia'inn. re-- enjoying so litt.'e; comxnttjj

question until our militia shall be organised, and 1 for the support of a p: per) utterly without inlluence. !;j he i> n's ia T.iid.iee!: io.v; an-t tiuie cnouirri; has {tiMsran ptrt: V. he e-ould .:ot approve of the ultra fedoal 11 Tl-e .fijion of country from the ;

submit it to the public to decide whether in But whatjight has the General to eonipltiu; at t, |} L'1-.ipM.d (ti. ooltmi: .t c nifitMti fr-ni him to give tb ><>lu- d'.clriK's$ of thnt larc paper. In reftrcnco tn the ratnn: !to Cape Sable" 1 al\va\stijoiHitL, pofjjt rfT
..
asjnuch'as i c 'MMsuhjrrf, his hail berd i.. :: :. i .
V both the gentle caIigttiomis: lie has received at our lion to the jrm: r.d itnn tin-oiiHrqi'' self": th by 1 unips. j ,, -I opinions_ never concealn! .. ..-
our commissions) are in fact I' .1 .I..... ..,: .
a nullity I' .. .. _. .h. !
unbounded "
I lins lit-I .* i .1 *ml mitliiD lit. !. productions
> > 3 & -li T1hh l the
f
i vi r f ] 1
:m i'Ytim: > p b "' ) arms, by pitUing ti the bay- Tl.e
-
J General
0 look his kinttKdge, certainly iiocrii'.cati: : ''ms been says he is the "
in the militia of FJoridaprecedence should! at incest-ant: attacks on the deiczatC br : jrivcir .nict: tic riti/.ms cf one of the most uHanl Rriies o, htiem IruMid of ( personal and

'eilnrrio'Lie be given the last foui t CdIj.L&xk :it his un denuci:111)Is *b hat weight llt.-ii i* a va.rU'1 appeal to him, o.i the the nrion, niuqu.nl to-just and opj're-.sive, and he t'ii. JackW and ajrjjncaL| :
General > :irinjj the saviour
] of
or llit fourth cnrporai as eve of an cit cti.n c-millrd to / 111no doubt intendd w.is it j f ivmir of ?etltnir rid of il in any ron iwionnlMi' his countrv, themaifwholiU

nloiesaid-but to the point. At the lint session j ): of all who have que. ozn.d time junlyof < to carry the : t..t.t Mr.i Wy-ll l..ts ati-- dc. lie thought a g'.eraI convention of th'i .southern "it Hr hi; youtir'-low or in what .

.
of tie legislative council a question arose as tottJut his political coun-L1 ? Has lis e-ve'r attempted it f t.q.; iztl the} appeal io hi.n.-We all remember the it i-taf-N p-e-.seiifing an undividc : front, with an un b.'ed! lor hIS country in his youth" is uncxji n.anne

should L lo: the qualifications of restrain inc i1prereeIittitI4S of the p"lit.c.u ariilict'i q'liinol ('t--luration! that they v.ild: not lonj.-fr su''>- and! is not even to be unfin, En !
d voters in tne r-'sorvd to i'ii f.rIL.cr&br ts'mi: loo well to pl.ie'e mif to it after the the} -" f lokhiiig tons Korua
r.rcs'dentnprov of
JHiiwjotrs I act I 132 together the
Territory-Gen. Call wished to exclude soldiers ofj i who bask in tut; sun>hmc uf his lltvoi ? |j the l.-a-jl n liAiiof on this n
the U. S. by name and in an express enactment.Col. It vas all a nirre jnk ', as lon)! as othersAcre the i I Jama J Ihust !>* iw i uirccuy mui uiiiumt e-xaoion ort :ami I bet ti-oli'iirfc xit-io deeply Oiltsied; in the jiMtef jeiiier tl.rse. "dm-ordant at he wishnl to U
;
White was in favour nf subjects of i.tUbpaptr eii cu>iuOiis-There is :a t tjic cojif v\ll! draw their OTMI COIM.U U>IU lii< ir complaints; nf S ut'-: (. an>ii'>a. he did nut think I biyoiet: into the i.e, IH obvious spirit" [,v pvtiK
luill.fi'vi'io i l
excludingai soldiers :! the "U'htn by Vw '
.ni'-dy. hr.urtcr
proper
the aHh
F difference he finds bt-t weci i jc-A'f and It I is cirdiii'iiK'e tl.K array and : to l be
/'tf.
r navy
who were not residents in the Tcrritorv 'I. Ill tin- cenrril'circui..r 1 was ?u s.-d it nunht t t' hare ranse-iasolenm I pvit at his tcret
and domiciiiated not so pleasant muV) as when mounted tii his uvorile we h.i\c a rc l'rin. of his j ,viuse on t'vj pait of the iJniucd l Siatt-s bcfoic mear-ures cut Suthern throats: to sustain Northern 'Fa,

permanently the country ; Courier, ir; rode( his p-.utic.il opponents with j l .eKlro.1 to h.> .tktiiu'.cnl in lti.I '.--We have read u j i were ad'>'.Tf<|, \\hirii wi.nlil! ( produce civil wor and ditniln. >- A bill of ncc'on: and of facr, introduce

II Col. White contended that a j-oUier who iued in stiller hits and I and rind tof niartv, U.iiUJ I 1ft: t.> be ad; ocaed by hia | : jj.. thi'l| | it',? thiiik j,4l. nnllincation! c'nl'1' n finn ltf.s ,(.'nc Tint rw hi i*r*I **a IllS iin O ISP .,.__ :
,latter
rowcs: wl.o lound 1 ,. fl 1 I- pr'.rvnid
now _
Florida and enhsteJ here .n -'S.-- If i\ >\ niv fluVasliin j I 'r .t .t . "gratitude to the
i
boutlr
__. Tun saved
having subjeciw I. I tiri1r liiiiJ tne
property : .
t. !
4' .
... t ..... .... .. \ n't a'viii.'on tiC all
*- ul bL bun in.-icncil to."o: ipk-tc thcintcil( y ()t rontrathc- policy \\Iiich produoi d it, there the horrors of civil war, and South Ci
accusation". We profess to kiow could uo no d' iht hut 'hat they from f
: nothing of t the tioi.s i.t" Icij'-ralisia iii'J tltccttd never would rrns-nt butchery and ilfMiiation.
that; taxation aud) ieprevenuilion i t should hand dtmoT.iCj vf pwlamuti'tnis.n | tl a; one sr.irc shnuM remain
4 go thr
in union with
charges ailo'Til l hi.\ Junius-We Intl determined fne Jacksonism has Just its
in hand. The \ic\v : 4nU antl-firocljuiilivKiim.it would have 'o-t: >, aric. unli-.i'itcd charm, and as therj
enti-d j importationsvi
pre> was t.iat: ; the law bout in
!last \\Cek elnty, enjoy Tennessee
: to discontinue llair puUicat.on without be .11 a treat to Jlic.vcr : -.irrad.ctiMi.s. in? -ill the ber.e.'us ..t'the union the General is "batking
should ana Iiibe! tr of 5
provide that resident, of the > mine '
Territory the Mise.sit: of tne aiitlior, and at the earnest soiiciuiti it-s i/urdciid. The[ first "real; dibit to tit ml of nuljj- \vroi.tree"; -As le is the "i political! trie;,

only should vote-Resident is a technical term, ;('ii of 1 Co!. White, but determined! on puli- 1. .J Jackson A S.vViuUU OF IllS COUNT1tY. -viou.. wF.icli Ju- would have made, would I e, an act Gen. Jarksor without qualification, and

and means jjernianent domiciliation and ai in- I lisi.inj another number the ." < f justice !>y a n"odiinrion of the tariff, reducing the General is devoting his whole eiirls i IORJJ
on rt-ceipt of the ( tailti ciutf.s;: to the and elect that
4 tentitiu to live in ihe ru.rent c.\peiis< s of an economical adImiIuis'rai''n previous politician Mr.
country, and cmnot be 2. His ; Vans,
L rNsLFPlNG
applied ; ad.lress, l by of ulket \\ VIGILANCE of" of
way e have again grdizlgtLe'1'lLAS tie gn\ciiuiient. If this failed, sooner course General Call is a Van Buren
I to a soldier maicoed into man.
a country by toe'comninnd jut him on his l bciiaviour uV." than resort to civil-war, and be ,
g u< and it will depend employ the h.ivunctt at'ainst cannot the political friend of Jackson '
.
rib
of en ollicer. This has been tIc uniform 3. UK our own ci'Jzt us, he v\oud! have

himself consider rl S Van
on whether we publish the whole uYt\ necerpcrji ENORMOUS sums for tri- ( tr'lintin supporting Buren. The General hsi

dccij-ion o1 f ull c Hiru>-A b( !dicr cannot ;jcr numbers in oui de nfl! reel.;.... :i revolutionary st.itand repealed her wffifififil P *i4Jf% 2 ff r ili rf*
'4 UII '. '.... ---- 4. He holds ttxet.\er! the NORTH and the ced. d fiOiii tii; cmf.-d: .;ricy. son, but he wrote his cucu.ar mV astiinttn.,

licit t.er does lie lose it hy tlie act of enlistment.Tnat Gf n. Jacks* :n, in proclamation, announces to thc} soU I'll,'' by thebayoiu't.F1VL If a Male is to he lost to the union, he would prefer dcr nn irnpnvvon doubtless, that the

Congress \vivd lie! subject in thij nglit is I ; ul'ic tii.it he considers it proper to five in th.xi docnn.enl 5. i HOUSAND tint sh.e >h'iiid! dtpift in peace, rather than povr rn Florida were willing to .swallow '* ultra ledeni

his \ie\v tLc DOLLARS is small |h T as n pr( ->tratri conquered province, after the butch and he may yet belore the election'hadu
I evident iroia the act which declares ih-t ot origin and nature of :
a soldieron our g .v- .uziifor going Io CUBA.THKE ; f-l little
r-ne half of JUT
ernmc"t.Th ery population. A single slo-.j) of by explanations, but it wont do." i
bcing 'disciiai gI, &haii In paid for rclunim to 6 :: THOUSAND FIVEHUNDIIED wai 'ff her Cf-a t won d jre\ eat the introduction of The: General says u the law&
pre-emption
%' Lis place of ie-sielei.ee; that is i tne place of eMistJ: |J I U,.oi! wSiHi s e .u c j the rinciplcs o\tiiiir.cnt of fundamental is fUlltJei---'t political fiit'i for three casts,-MODF.lt A'iE er f.i-ei tr:T recind go-dsinnhcT her ordinance| orts, unt Ish- hail decided wheth benefit of the settlers of Florida, wasintroJ

jicy air or I-avc the union. This by It
roe.
fliet. is
was most
7. TWO and
Kidicnl andixialc toils: IHUL SAND a for the a Ll-wHl't--s and the anxiously( earnestly! ; %
source and subii .tice, i s soul I year other ru.icoy harshest he ooti'd ever set! on the ottentiim of '
To
*
acquire residence requires a voluntary location an.i Isody. ""General Call after this> he i ic the Spanish' caes,-LIGH I t'lirk of lesortim 10, and that only afjtr every other it C4)ii"res.s.; I (do ntr!
says cr- tTort your censure* fur
j ( of having first
i and a soldier is subject at any momut to the OlJ.ll and po'itir.d fiicnd of General Jarkso.i-tjan I 'I IlltiTV l 1 THOUSAND DOLLAKS/or pre- It'I wisrasy conciliation to talk al and pont compromise had been trie.!. sure.'*' Did General C.'aU prnp "prrnen-ing the union" propose nts
order of hia ollicer, how then CoUld tie law be any inan Lea .ohtienl: frie-nd and paring Frrbes Go's the and. Did he
first
] flJL ajij ro\t of tl:<. Sf case, under the adcicc of r-xpri'ient of f rish men was the application ii introduce the l.iw ? Ti-ese are irupcquestion

.. applied to the two regiments wliioli General Cal, jHihtirnl f-iilh of him, \vhoiu he profeiv.s i io be a n<:- LEAUNHO COUNSEL. This is what i call force (in.-powder; : vas not his specific for time oi>- --. During the first session he ervth

speaks of in his circular. The liirt is it xvas not() liticnl friend 1 Can u man after sucn an avowiil, f.n.-: : -a sort of enforcing bill the atliongjiutl I asrof d the \\u dy {'olitic. Tlifc government of the Uni a word was saiJ, not a motion made, or one *
on Treasury. te Ftrurs
intended to be ;;pj.iiel to them: but only! to such I irg I.e cannot beoteci for without he retracts it, wituetraw on r> e-irroeal Laving been, created by the states, nnd f'imdcd hinted of pre emptions'. This was the lonasion.

as had (been enisled anu say, 1 d.d: not ineun :o of th'i I be coipi-omi-e and concession can only The next of all :'S it fioni
; m the, Teniiory. i'me: truth I aj-jvove pr.'c. ( EN. CALL agreed to this ]>r'-Mivcd by moderation, justice and laws lions in the appears puils
I *:. ::% ;) It too hue argue Forbe's case eqnal contest of 1S2D in which
la General and! (G'en. C.
is (Jen. Call liave so tar a. thr- United
does take Sats
not iinden-tand, the bubject.Soldics .-- you :: fcr I/if clainanlsjif/ ONE are entrusted with au friends then
from abroad R.1 I ttulZI, direct ft ont Uic palate at Wnalrl"i [:- 'I'flOl'iAND FIVE thority cii'cdcd! by the slatrs for common dcfcr.ct set up this clam, to merit forth u

) weie as eliectually cxciuded I :iund i>y it manfu'ly' -Yv/ur retraction L'NDKED JOLLAitS. His original letter i.. nn.ii urlinrr, tlP: y should act vth: the same am emption law ; that i.s, in the Kill! of 1824, CYhite
I Go). \ is i pareni : \
b by Vbitepn i: K-iti: '!i. an by tIC. Ge-t.eun's, j, a; ; iju-c! :, i.ot to .my new conxicticii, Lui n wish noic in the hands of John Carncchan. It is said < 'kntu.s! ;tind, afuction HS a parent, mnnifeit K>r hit went into JaCkson county, where the

and so il wa. contualed! aT: tne: tu.e; but iht >oldior !|! i.'t \(1t--\; .iu incur the (1LtrC: -nt.vhirli ri.lilv rmnlovs: pie J were J* in a jricat' *state of rm alarm, and Le.

etuisied'm ti( tutirv: woual iiuve been would/ oy one woo JOOKS witn conio- .
: I
c.tiieii; } ubiiuiniiin not him -
; your frikim und g-jcc ONE ure on l-I >od I
X pauo I HOUbAND an courn:c" would evince the ni s; pre-emption rit-see}; the statement Dr.rt

to vine lor tuiejn.:sem.itie.liJ impOM'S taxes '% i.huUt imin L' a singltnie.. FIVE iiLNuKfclD DOLLARS ; and he lock engrf gous folly, and deserve the execration of all man anti Col. Jacob llobifi.>on, published in. Is '-

: on ins property. \\ as tboie ; < the other SIDE: as he did kind. on this subject This *
any 1:1 ,
; iung 1'') CJer. C .l Ii of the PROCLAMA n.c-morial drawn by Cth '
all Uis: ? Does evidently think* that the ritcr of Juniusis TION: \\ bite and
an AilibuiCjl into the
,. ) *e-n.ce >1 : ,-as Ike U. Slates' tide copied by Dr. Hart, was liirward4
Jud bra' was a
:c knriigc. He desperate one For the Floridian.
tne crjuntiv: fX3iitiru: >h ;..11 j-olilicai njj.it ? AEniJier is mistaken. Tuis dinui.cialjoj he hat l-'OLivETED between Washington, and on Thursday December

of iiim therefore, is cntiiciy gratuitous.-- FIVE and TEN GENERAL CALL'S CIRCULAR. 1321 it appears by the Journal of '
i-.il.Mi.i in ( i i j' tluusiud Congress
f':-r; a n'-i !le.n of; o'eorjiu t ti.a u.I-n i:
Mill t and m) st ituie of limitation nms 1 i lie dii\eu fuim the'ie-rntory} t bj 41 THIS Thus prodnriion has done <> much more nijury presented a memorkil ol sundry inlxl ; .
j of
against n tili;n iiiJiii.neeof the I-'iorida reprfScntdlHCu in is not slow, to the author, than other the county of Jackson in the TerirhoiT CC
him ifl Ins ab-vrce, ami lie is paid l 1'r relunmiii this L .he kitrht-n iihinet. any essay written by any rda
fur
( i D
praying
I other
if the a conh'nmtion oftlieirtil
To could
.cacy, teiin m be imt obUt jump ian-C person do, that I ant not inclined to

residence in his native': Stati: I'ive ytai> er1.1 \\e siuui..i suppi.se, -would allow him to rest in row. indulge in the severity of criti< itm. Its harshness the LL _lands.. on r1aclt theY respectively resicot .
i
t J..I
eLL Fiondnvouid him l.c ti.ude.l JJOB SHORT.As t- : :_ ... 1 QVi ..
: nve no n-idMiCe here, icli.ui.L-nt in ntjce.t .... ; .

: ii i n deal niit4 ilion. I donot iniend even to vindicate the December 1S-24, page &1 of the Journal.
good
of "
-
_ apj>rcieii;
f. cf 1 tl.i i.t-i st ]iciii>iul as it and sentiments of the canedaus this publication. There the' subject \YJS rell-ired, reported m
regards lew
ourselves, with are a ficts
prominent
r travel J* Ksl laneiuibe: iijaoraacf. misuudei- : fur Coug <
or ; ss, we
-.. giving true of
iih nave obtained which rijrn:
jie Uetu r.-t's circular his pre-emption certain
is u-.tiJi-d. \\ e ac py f.rpub1ca14.1n belong r? tort, which it is due to justice to St2
_ standing of tile SLIhj' et : ii i J lOi.rtii COt pordL perfectly of the address dJurrcd ?;t tt.e Territory of "
J.sn shotild! Florida.
4 any ; t 4A it. Vv eaiv u>> well known, in this cotninu- dinner by Col. U lute, til tJ.e be set right, brfc: thr prtJj'Jr; r.f Fjorida. The pre-er ._

f. be ylio'Avd to give :*> bid un opinion of a uilit/a ; i i ij a- t.iR Goiser.i., Jii.d art willing that the givi-n on the 13th inst. at the Planter's Hotel, The first subject upon uhich General Call rtcoui law X\ wa.-j: ibunded on a memorial written bj C

.I. General. I i i.ta.l CciC VspUc( our conduct has deserved public: I bein-; the amuveisary of the hitth of JeliVrson., The mend himself 1 to them, is, ihat he procured an ap that bite, and on a bill! reported by Mr. Scott t3

: Coi. White was opposed to a soidivr enliste.l i"anoiner 1 nat i:) a-ci Oaivu to pci.vjiit; and it, orit oiher adurcsses and toasts; delivered on the occasion propriation lor the stirvcyot a road to Cape Florida, memorial, and \et General Call says : 'I

f 1 Slate \otiti political hotity.frts h ivu not bteu hutiiicd in. which he il.mksa very allair pre-emption law was introduced'by me-Ifmtiit
j, HIM made a speech important ii. survey j1
ag.iiiMit.
# :*'.-Gen. Cul. ItLiie l was entrusted to Col. Gadden who censure? Inc ha vinir first proposed tldt/
it. 1'Jie resolutioii of uen.% C.il was an auu.eipruj C d. o..oc tendered his services eiu- called upon, f.r a came well ur." ile'-lirst
I and siLl! a ia ho iutndd pri.timciit. nw, nigh li beifg drownded with alibis proposed the measure !"
.41 .ho f.Jijuni! : >, and if j : to ., party, in
>iv>ition ol'too iliey had thought them ti j>: pj>.j one in altelript- bill was
reference
general a nauiic lor wu i j to the nm jug to make the reported by Mr. Scott
acceptance '
; t I jJJ( it i *.'i. s ;;hia inoiM u duui.uti, || atIrveepvnkd the appropria on the 2Stb and Col. vVmte voted, it qtltAfll wo .ud never have ajjitate' a>>eniblel Io tt0siM.tl.day they had tion, returned and ceu.Zier' aid: the! Journal does
agumst biigirtstuijr t..c lii,., cu.iinici.tbr.il.- x\4.uld ax ail reported that no ror.d( could be not shew that jC.
Vt l.imsell
1 above view and insisted Miiiiiunt/ t>cc r.i TC-UJ.O i the Ger.tral h.to .- (lie oj.portuiniy to say u w.ird I of: made in seven feet but JI ever moved to take it that he
oil IJN.I-J inc usual lauguige <.nioau.! Ji I i w or tv/o which he trusted water, tnat the country up, or
true the ul.i not be
clauoaii but
in ail : decniKd biAs t.ffer iiLippiopnatc to the occasion. was better suited; to a canal. General smg.estej, that of
tue t.mtes. Gen. Call slated tnique.uon Uil uii-j The time Call msiiiuates presenting a petition, L'j
l.C'i the puce' u ould
,
I i.o\uii.uient ha& ;i\cn him ;i better iu/i ail',w uf even a brief that there has been iie was bound to i>re. eut.Gen. .
la tiie lirsl and sc-coua election. Jt wa i itt, and is .1 ...i.Uouva.a iie j. .> uj on the life and! xnirc* of cotiiiiin- cross negliirence m his Call
I n.-r. d.ie-s not Thon.as Jttll-rson. successor for not having obtained makes it
Ii a
get had an matter of
tnen exKX>.ed and down s i.ul ihe 3 C. ili il.e promu been the #.od fortune, appropriation special coniP
| and of
put w now most Un- ihin neeutid. this he t1iil.; tistingui.Jd' ; of Congress for this! airamst his sLicce
ever i-j ii-rfi.nn so man making water road aaitist the sor, that he did not tOGCht*
generously revived in Cu!. \\ hite s absence-Col. hCCi. tnuuu to ivla : a gi.ou b f< t ? i hen wfcy qnrrtl: j c.iuui a.*;, beoii'.duistd j.uny LTe't:uto andpatno.icwnrksllut they report of the enrrincer If the troeid people I of donation law, and endeavours to create i

\I lute liiea iilradicied it under ins own aaud vuin iiib 4>|.j>cietit bum tJ'inij.; what lie Msutlliu to do u.ai u.c nie.e ao.-rict wotild so bri. f an enumeration I Florida will read Colonel Gudsden's report, they pression that some great boon was refused or

and seal and hi.iiM.-4t /-uo cannot a K.ir on both tune 01 tin not tre.-.4uss vcn\ tne will!! ee 1 that this coUld .gle-ctcd. Me
would dj o u now \veve he pieaent.In | ] sdej.Vo ; coiujMiiy. lie Ufrivcd cons..laiion from not be made without haul- seems to be ignorant that Col. 1\.I\
tile i.Jkciion : intr down the Cdi.ed
ilit luthaiK; Inch Allephanv mountains up the donation bill
he to fill early in
could thetirstHouse
\ have conijilettd'! add ,.0 ..nl l say would .. ...... ... .. up inc
4 a letter of Col. \\ Un ui/n ation of the la\vs of 1it.t i.r jneitas.me adnuira- inn A.ir d .. .. ...t .. '.'4.'. t4S _
nile to the Secretary of 1 the lIlt by tt.cse flS tIIl
_____ territory in the f recent i.uiiIier of i-rcsuii .JH iniblic virtues and ings to) haul than could well t tie olReprtniative
War, dated -JOlii Nov. IKijliie our j.apir. J JJiu. III rii.u.a.Jfikrsou public acts. The I spared from the several weeks bet (
following language 'Ihey luue been printed in was not to be transportation) to Cuba via pre-einpiion. law
pamphlet fonu soinetnue by n.aib.e perpetuated. : tins road. The and was defeated m the SeaIn
used ,
t1 is cciui. i.s.tin I peo
: Congress it with the s.-oi of Fbnda
tin Pie
astscs.'ion eXception of the Euunt i r l.rozen j well knew that LomsiiMia.
appropriated n.oex, which is i > delayed by l4s. h i i':, identiiad: iflIIUlilt Congress, with great the country was delivered incLately :
i! unity tuousuiud dollars Io make the-u.d.sitoaition of the wm tiie literature and tci- pron.ptitude, at the after
estimates and {rcnilcnian appointed to thee ut. i.ur country ; li ws j instance of General Calls suc theTieaty, the events being sneons
: surveys, lor iateriial aaproveiaeais hare it.FIit governor >viil beoohed prc- .s.ntnpjd associated; withur ovcin.ent cessor, made an appropriation for the tLe donation of Flortdd
act
on an exiea-L ; to t4su ibuLe ib upon m.nr ,nst.itiiti..ns and road as far was as
Live plan, and \vai.'sive s in the best man.ier iie I. me in j (.ur ins>...iy, and alis would !: as it was recommended by the as the -ict of Louisiana and CL5ZISI&
aie can engineer and fir
yet a Territory Uiattlie as there i is not a dol I- fivtt-iis e all in tht hi arts ann at- canal a being to

II withering etoctitne ol .Sute ri hu nuy not lar of the appiopnation left to pay for indnijr, jirint 1- h nuit ol F I I.i't.nr: .vhciu c ui.iyiCn:. : : as l.jii _. as liberty ith' thousand} to connect dollars the waters below. Tventy-two -by tjie Senate, they rejected the bill extemf.ave

: i blast the mg or cistiibutni:; ttcni.-o n-tad i Mir 1 Ii fiy inonniains." JS'o were given for roads in Flogress. endeavored thus to tact.1 tIJ!
: ol inucn for cast present
iiocs] a rising country, we a k your tlie employ txiiii n; :or-w..i: or in.o-rn n.nct, had i -ri. *_'* _, I .
of do -
ever
ment
.9' .. aiJ." un-necessaiy clerks.Ihe e more .

j u.ir; r._.its. i Jro'.v; It is rather an unkind cut to assail the ie- strip; Gen. Cull of any plumage! : ?, it is becat1t
,
i. m;; life; of
_J. 1Y1 a ta. Stab ina ( ; :ave at a period p'loj'Uvioiia port an engineer of Colonel bedecked himself
aLsA.tnlyn..a LU uc uuitaiiuvuoonietiipi otitA) writer of a Horiduii", which u: tfcc I-AUVIM Gadsdcti's abilities. with the featJ.ers: of other
we > \ |ks and
ol Slate nonL; _>, iiud to accomplish it Uiereiiileis day, hat1 probably not received his cue when publish his to ai.il tiiejiiij..:. \ i- ; ,;;s m--f; ntivc LraIru..it1am r.i.nis y talent& to arraign a successor and competitor fur not On the subject of the essays against himoft
& heas insisting that
:
ct.mmunicati4)ti tiC .- Congress he so
.
iu
tt should loudly
use tne word tiecajing dXJtruie of StateTignts was sent.-It is now understood that LrsJ.t tI. .I lit 1 t.s! of tivnie Provuience of'proemi.3.uj : water road has disregard it. This CQinphii.s, i'.c has to reproaf
the self for
:: not been
h All doctrines of die punt., ; -> 01' l.u-ny so useful as digging a pit for others
the into which
that Col. V\ into proclamation am l.-ccdoni
intended to are to be abandoned aiiJr-ipi. civil ship channel" great
'
because fallen
was :
for .,
say LC the
: ;
le wheii
tlie | ; : % 4.IJd! live suggestion ; his bui:
next fifteen and
of
days and li.ninsh the hatter gored the white ox it U
that
ax me language General i-.ri-r. Mr. has
Call J. lei'.j resulted
in
plainly inipoitff, that Uiai the doc thai will during iMicw from Lisc.rv,. ar.d an appropriation of well, bit when the \\ bite bull
the C
period be thirtv-four !
a na tir the
republican oi thousand gourd
cf ; ra-
tfn!
triue
of Slate the Jehersonian : (Ii -re hau Uuau dollars tliC-4C
nguts applied to scho L i expended in
a Territory would t uoti'ldcontinue the case was ahiered"-If
-Alter the tf, a urvev with the
election it will be t rp.-uul cohort most valuable a poisoned
'r wittier its prospects, withering destroying, and I his peace at the easy for him to make f v :T.C.I, .n ail ,ies i. -.ull.nf bciucen iniin overiinientand the I I II the Gull ol Mexico chart, presenting a',1' the harbours of returned to his own lips lie may; say tic *
the docinue Washingtonfpalace, by a d i< sire for' inoidijiuu in connection not so
E of Stale saying that his pleasant
with
when
rights p-n'-er .o tin- the as the
applied to one i.aili Delta doses
a of gi1
_ t Territory oppowtioii to the doctrines of> the enforcing bill ol u.e : a-d: a dtfiro fur the rights the iMississjpma.[ The Dr. Courier. were
Would people
great
was all iii ti.e
[_ destroy its prosjxrcts m the way of internal 1 a sltam to gel vutesand in |-roof of this modem % oh-: r. JJe know that the only was required to l be surveyed ship channel" CUli"
his/rjf circular i.i.n 13 r. ns by the
roul !
improvement No opimou is and \\\iefirst U i> iruinni, from oi>- provided for this useful same Jaw that [B.] Extract
internal
given on I spcccltat the Jefferson pressioni uon boat from
r.ilt the
:
dinner, will be exaibited m. p.V, v.as by tc!; c.s'aisiiim! | eral canal, which the circular of Jos. M.
he
iniprovemeat in the States, ond no of as containing his real ol separate- cnt says first suggested gen- to the people of Florida
censure any sentiments while his i.ctsuin.ciuf by a uiUiuct dIttraLio11 and has resulted published m PC
I; doctrine ot State i circular aecond Jie rights ot m tu, and of favourable report after in a 1321 and in the
rLgtilw in the Stales, but a protest and second speech at the Jefferson din construed, and a written COUSUI mu inn strictly nation. live years scientific exami- Pensaeoui Gazette 22d J3:

I agam.it their application to a Territory owned by ner will do to electioneer upon, to catch Gulls, which that all governnuius nutiiuiiy:, exercised. Ie( knew, too, Let rI-l.IS-25---"Tlic capabilities. of Florida far i V
>tiiiiisu-t! now see s *i n11 j-i *** _
: the tate. by the by arc not so plenty aa the general principles had been upon hcral; popular e "l _whether. General Call, is the kk.n.k.A* 11 AMTToi
supposes.UI1U de-siroycd a .i nudt..a the
_
.. by ambitious Union.
: Such
& %. t ( C4. *mt l *- M A *v i* miimu.uryhe is the character ct'i
I U..fILII sissippi to St. Jons the soil
of
Gen. Call has the hardihood to defend, ia i his is i perfectly understood.-The general gains noihiii. the L sword' nor any other argumuii than the bayonet General, dated pointed atm in a letter of the parativeh the Territory! that the roaJs arC

p : recent circular, a transaction which was alluded by it, and nas lost the credit of un pcn and manly nvowal i the uliiuia powers rati of regam." lie was in favour of dn iding the Ctfllrflittce February" roads 24, 1825, addressed to luunerotis are SIKH the at all serous of the year; .

to by Junius. of his sentiments govermiuiit, creating checks ,f i" and canals- This deep, mighty, yet mau35
\Ve mean the buweicr, unpopular the military rcnilcriDg it had ,its conception rivers, and the
transposition and might have been.- they Mibordmate to the civil origin prior to that date indentations oi'our coast, 'Wi
and
mutilation of inaintaiM"i power, brougnt Girth was
Public the jacious
documents ; just ;.d.inniBMtion only ten b-iys and
brought by him of laws days before harbours, that to1e3C
by the
1 seem
; and justice, journed and Congress Ad- their
I self from cquauty uaitiicence Ins arms
of terra to
their embrace
of
Washington, with a view We enactments and service expireeT. the commerce of thew
to injure Col. are not disposed) to turn knight t Elections ot the the such a measure That that
people. He
\V bite, or rather he errant in btlialt'a nd was for separating church could have been an intercourse by internal mmunic'
places public ? of all the contributors state, the got through
opinion at defi to our columns, but the absence e-stabhshing freedom of conscience J-f of'a Iues.sion at might be opened from
I I ance. This brings the of Colonel Robinson ing every sect of our and leav never could have been east to west, in a shOf
subject holy oi riod
to narrow limits.I .- and the unmeasured i religion upon the same foot and the and at small!
terms in of proposition the of
ing expenses
attention
I It Incomes which equality and was to be ,
he has independence.
I merely a question whether been assailed by General His mode of among the archives lodged gress has lor
such Call in his s serving the union pre- of the several years has been dire
re- ,
conC
; duct was right circular, render u was by mild and equal laws wonder ol government for the
or incumbent lor their resting owning a chain
Was
wrong. it fair and honor on us to say a word support; and maintenance is posterity. This subject with the of canals from the harlA
I able-Was such in i explanation of the ot hones: upon upright juJo.es s.m arranged note Boston to New
certificate
jurors as t0 lead Orleans
tricking of Messrs. and the iu thC
becoming Ward by ; extent from i
I an honorable Williams. and maintaining th. liberty of the that General to Believe ,
In the press, the Call mer place
to
man, ati aspirant to the first place it will be observed Ireedomof speech and the was the author and the extremity of Georgia wa
confidence of the that iJe held purity of elections. of boat projectorto fl K ,
a mnt .
The people. tlie certificates are negative in that n& portion of mankind canal from the < Gen. character fit
lhissisippj
says publish the whole] main us far as the was born asses "I. 4L. 1'.tra Johns, and
correspondence. might be
r 1 AVe question is concerned, and relate He hated executed for about three mi:
hare done it and only to minor tyrany.and reader
once have a. mind to do it points in which man raanopoly in every form, aid will bear in mind that this dollars; from Georgia to New Orleans WOU1
any treemen that letter
:1 might have beer was dated ,
: mistaken. not bound Z4th note Is j
again, aad merely ask whether For to dig land February quire a line of
a letter written in instn the interlineation.-- but their graves- The any for tyrants 15i5. Colonel White canals of nearly the same c
pUblished had
1 July shall stand as an answer' to one written in have h proceeded far enough to make it entry might not was fame enough for man-declaration Its of independence l824 which hw circular in hand-bills in December and it was supposed might be opened at aA

Augiittl and whether time was necessary.-The acknowledged and acted any principles are felt, was published in the expense, the whole falling greatly short oi t tnat
shall probably Pensacola
we cut one of them in consumed in arranging upon in all the the 22d of Gazette in New
this York
papers,when on side of the government January which is !
the 1825
two so as to make business was arrested great ocean Uttt two one month nearly compC'
it read his divides and
the above *ermcest &c." his by unlucky avowal of the old world. The fame of the' u.s from days before the date of General that great State alone, on examination I
Gen.: Call U preference for Colo.el White. tain us great struggle to main Had General Call's note it will ,
very sensitive under -The principles Call seem be found that
I the examina-i individual name of the and the glorious achievements this circular the facilities of cons

I $pa of his claims to the confidence of the people, been pusuken wh was entering land, might easily hve time independence hearts of the shot acroa time atlantic, and penetrated of our 4th I of February 1825 ? before the canals on the coast of the Gulph of Mea
or fuzotten.-Whethv friends of cannot affirm he much
freedom had than
his in but grearer were *
name was and now totteno- the antiquated their conclusion the publlc irill draw from ever anticipated
monarchies of Mr. from Apalachicola, through St. !St.
urojw. Jeffer- probability. He Joseph's,
_I cnLidate for was then a drews and St. Rosa's
; i ii bays and sound, and u :
take
to Mobile bay, could be
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or land on1)', ni M b: done for a much President lays down his principles; which are trr r-l OTtCR-An' X
jtS ?rSM1S Living ItnvfaJ
tn claims ajcanst '
and would 'te infinitely greater : govern his Administration. He there shows "t theestate 4' PPALACHICOLA HOTEL.-The F.LLINGOPP
LO\V
BtDaJltt) sum, evento of David Davidson deceased jfla. FOR o*...
$ are requested
United i Suites than a number those who did not wish to that he A subscriber beg leave to infonn his r HIKE
subscriber
C n1ence tn the see, perfectly to present them lo the administrator who is : friends and the at hN new store, corner of j' '.
IiUnJILtIttbuflJ the pablicgenerally that he has JL
understood
appropriated one Constitution and the best now ready to sonandMonrne-streets
which they have formsof pay over a dividend agreeable to the assets taken this otfers for nale tltepuh-
for establishment!
for and if b ic
ecmnf'cting the Democratic which he a term ; in general handsome
acres 01 bnl1. A line Republican Go\'crnment-he inculcates has received. WM. KERR, adm'tor. ic meets with such assortment of 'he foil '%\injf

Waters of the gulf with the utlnntic ocean, as well the doctrines of equal laws, equal rights, April 20lh 1831. 339w merit he will continue encouragement it. His table will as he be wishes furnished to named art'(!'g at 'lie m :: rrd flCd J T>P>,.S f'.r rash Viz;

IS: th e of the Mississippi, Abbiimi aad Apalach- I and equal burdens-he proves that majorities) must 1o 11CL.-At the $nbs>cribe will .orily leave the with the best the market ran aftbid-and hiaejterli"iis : DRY-GOODS.

icol:1 rivm, could cost but a small sum, compared govern, and that obedience must be yielded to the 1. city, all persons indebted to him are invited to will be unrrmitted to rendcr his guests as comfortable i

ivitli the jrreat local anllllatiOl1al advantages: r to be laws-he recommands in the strongest terms rotation call and settle their accounts, and those having demands as ix.ss.ible. OREN M RSII. Silks, BUck, Grosdcnap Italian L'!estHnT, mack

t-CcurcJ. Iii a national point ol' view, it is almost l in office, or in other words, that tenure of ofd will please to present there accounts without App.ilachicola' January 12th 1333. 2ltf. Sarcenet, Blue, Green, Pink and white Florrnrrs,

: ble to estimate its importance-it fice should not be too lorg-he recommends economy April 20th JOHN BALDWIN. Regular Packelfrom St.AfvUto .'v'tu.OrltRl&s.i i Figured Silks in variety, Irish Poplin Silk Velvet,
183:. Cotton
impos us additional! security in time of war, andJI"SSf'I1 in public expenditures-frequent recurrenceto 35lf THE new schr. Lady Washington P. H. Swaim Black lo.,Tartan Plaid, Furniture, Calicn, Superior

jye the i incidental I expense oi transportation : it t fundamental principles, and the scrupulousness i-i FOR NE\V-YORK.-Tht' brig LA- will ply between thb and New-Orleans Sea Island Lv>;injr Cotton, lil inet u-.nl thread Laces, Irish Lmen.-?,
Shirtn?
mnarkahle' that, during the late conteMJ" with which public: functionaries should l and Schr. WILLIAM HEN as a regular pac ket, during this season. Phin and figured Jaroneclt -
faithfully Swiss
littlc and Book
a the United Slates sustained looseswth 1 perform the duties of their office. \ RY are daily expected from rcw-York. For treight or passage, having elegant accommodations and dresses Muslins shawls, wrkedM-
LntfawN. to Their return cargo, are promissarily engaged apply to the captain on board, or to E. SEIXA ,handkerchiet, Calicoes: Ginghams, N sufficient
[ 0111- Here then Air.
of 1usportatiun, Editor is Call's ktP.lts. Brown Holland
itnhe article tr Gen. political ;lanr. in. December 29lh 1 IS3 19rJOSEPH French Brown Linen. Furniture
all th.' 3t1prflVC1flCfllS in the S113jC \If roads creed-and i is there a man in Florida of a different and they will have immediate dispatch. For Dimity, fine Cloth, Cn-Mincrs and Cassmttts,

pkte.Juals for national purpcwrs.ca olleI hope not. I know that in the last Congress t freight of a few bales of cotton or passage, a.ply; to LADD. white and Red Flannel, NfC'-m-riths. Scotch an J liU
and ( Mo-nolia, April 20th. 35tf J. G. $ N. HAMLEN.D s sheeting. Osanlvir, ?.
infamous &
1c.,1 cfffct* of such improvements) are q"- tie: conduct of the leaders in South received by late arrivals &r.
.Vtu-lWA.-and
ally ro1' ) LvrediKingthepnce ol traus- I I Carolina was discussed, and that the President in I ,-, proposals will be received until the .irst HAS :- HARDWARE.

f'oJrlltUIl, a greater number! of purchasers are t'1J-1 order tu sustain the Government and the honourof day of June next, for building and keeping in repair 50 bis. and half barrels mackerel No. J, 2 and 3. I,
the market. and a DEMAND the nation f'lr thc teim of f.ve a and 15 casks butter Alargeond f'xre'lsiU
lhl'll: tl. CIHne iu10 recommended that nore cllicient years causeway bridge crackers, s.rml'nt (''t Hardware, roit
tile land and labjur of the country, is Im>pnrtiOI1'.th' means be allorded; to the Executive f for he over the li. Ocilla river, at the flat-ford lu miles cast 50 bis. whiskey, si:tin; of Knives and Forks, Peu Knives, I"'ns

2 r aultIeutl't1. fly meanS of water carnage of eil-'ctuaJIy!! cull-rciing! the revenue if purpose of Monticillo. The causeway vvill bo reqtiiicd to be 25 bis. Navy and Pilot Bread Sc-sdors, Razors, Locks, Azers, ''!ISj&c., t\- the

\ 11',1 of 1.1Iilla 1 11'1 sid t? bo nearly iition by force should he made the authoritiesof oppu- built rf earth and s-i" )porled by wood (if necessary) 50" Irish Potatoes, wi'h a complete 5--tRu-nt..f; carpi';irors PLA\IS: _
1.1tn'1'ru1t\ ; ; hy ; 500 yaids long, 12 SC1L 's ide at bottom 15 Gu :
lII'itbiu the and 10 fret: Kegs :hen Butter
ill Ellropt ; : that State-1 know also that : BOOTS
nnrld
f'11\1:11;\ : to WItIl': have lCCflrpaizd ', ,: this necessary wide on top, and! averaging 3J feet high, with bridge 20 t and boxes tobacco, I SHOES
results
b,1: tiJh wtr,. Cllrrt.p.HlJcut measure has been used by the enemies of the Pre. m the centre feO feel long, and 16 feet wdr.:: 75 backs seed Oats, A tar;. ass)rtiu.'nt of I'ulti-

: ; 10 Eng.J'! 1. i dent, as au electioneering hobby-it has l beet:I Bond and approved security, to be named in the pro. 15 bundles good Hay, J and
morc NEU'-Y.SK
preached up as a dictatorial and despotic measure, posils! \ ill bt required of ihu undertaker the faith 55 bis. Boston :n. i beef : made

TALLAHASSEE Aprilt.1th 1333.Sr as a measure calculated; to destroy the liberties of ful peiformance of the work. The proposals to be di- 25 sacks Liverpool salt, I wxt. 4flD 1Ji

:-Jun at U l* niOH.ent. (f bCltina out M the tile country, and the constitution; itself! The rtcied to A. B. Shcchv, Mouticcll', po:i paid, and en 8 [MIxes Raisins, Shoes Brn .ars,and.-. niipj*, L.iuiu& aa. II ",.' .. ,ncil

fncii.1. h-asculod: l to say lo me inal a pub-i object is mean and ridiculous beyond dorsed (proposals). Aiy jwrsons disposed to undertake Almonds, Dried Apples, &.. &c.
r \\'e1 a : Iii any thing will do we'd: to examine the place. The f\lloha, February 2'd: 133jliADE EATS AND CAPS
ia tl4 lirinl: mc with : Vi IJ imaginable. It is known by hotly that this money :
. IIl"JtlOl1 i? j)1i'SS TItls'(, every to be paid when! thc work is completed, and received
1t"'JI III Jn'ollr: IIf fe'gular suJia: ,. VOlill''' i : power is a necessary one, and that; in the days of by the c l1Imissioncl's.Tile A siperioru.! > uitr: tin o. tnemoat
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1III' I
. fIcI/7:: Ims Clnc:1 relbleil tll the plltlllC ":itsItt the embiriio', the very same; pojvers were given to work to be commenced when the undertaker: fashionable HATS & CAPS of

/\vr III\,, (1\ I =i I1'It\1re in tIle l't''IC'tI: :) G.112t'ttl' the EXt'eUllw'-in) fact ilie present bill is only the shall be notified by the commissions, and finished all (:corr1p.f'.

I haw not iie: j':Mr; here but I de.-re joii I rc\'\ll of a llinn-r one t ti!)r a indjr plrpo: l. within three months: Prouidcd, Theme of the viler -

to sate cNpl-culv- that never was in l lavour of L The President Ir. Editor has often been enL haiL n.l reader i:. :mpraclic 1ulc. GROCERIES.

f' u./iu./ and voted lor a law that I L trusted witu immense GF.ORGE\V.JOIINSON ) A !
OIJll'Is never power, and I I defy any man : large stock in ail its .
vould au-hor-e! them to vole, unless! tJ.ry!. lived in i : to snow an instance: w.jere; ; hC has abused them- EL1ASIDWARUS, r f. variety.FLOUR.

{ tlllJIIll *' 1 U-C.rc:: enjstIlC1t! au, : v.ted where: I He iias often done more than was expected} ; but A.B. SIIEEHE, } : .

. Ithei hvfd'i ; wvic onlen-d into .- f\"ilC. it for; LillORY IIL.T1:33tf J .
hel./! they I was always tiie: good of his country-in fact : DARIUS WILLIAM. J :
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: A nian wlioc-i-fiMjiiiitheMTucei..!' Ins country I it Mvms that he ii'ver: had.' in his whole public L Fifty Barrels si-ponor new wheat flour

.: .ISty none of tin- rights of f a citizen where life, any other object! in VICtV.u j''I 'S'UE UNION BANK.-The Books are open f..rsutiscriptions --

:in's, init he ranr.ot anpiire any where lie may; h'I I ? I) Mian) know.-'better than yourself, Mr. Editor 11. to the stock of this instiaition inIIUfSuncc / and sold wholesale and Retail ALSO.

ttttLtb11rJ.; Tiio Supreme Court ol'the l i the reasons! why the hill was passed-we all know' I'a1hlLtsSce of the a.-t of the legislative council In in Frederick county, Md. by C Heraton,

.\*??? tiencit'il that a rcaular: soldier stationed l in that it was for the alone purpose of meeting the t. subscribed eighteen! hundred shares hav already concerned in the l'aten. with ift Judktns. Sacllery Crockery and Class Ware,
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S.atr leI-e he did: not enlist, could iut be eon'sideml intended en fur. April iOth 18SX 3.itf The above Ointment Tin Gh.s
a \ I tieasonab'.e! opposition) [ to the law, by IS otTered to the public as a ware Looking esSuIt, Ready .

: a nidi-fit' J i'f H.l; Slate, hut was a resident South Caiolina. We all also know that tins mea : f.D .., \1 A 6; ti P.-The m')scn:.rr avails hn.si-t: -:-I
Dl t vc; Statevheie 'lie etili-'tei and was there tnti- sure was indispensably! unless be al | tins o , all the : > of citizen arid resident necessary, it j, ..iiat lie }'l'ropos science. JAMiJS '.\ttLLl!:..
tlt'.IIO pii\ie je a nutted trial: laws are of organizing a class in
no f force, and that treason I J1PnmalJ lIlp I, Jst White T:1lah:1c. 'OHm/I'r t nil. mtl: .
\ hiclivii: ut"
\ SweMingsof
iaus of l". S. lhat where romnunce: on Tmsd.iy 25th instant every description. --
tile
,ud the provide a and lehelliou: are at this
paramount-\\ e all aNo know: i place. 11' feels a Hind frau 2d Sore Legs and Ulcerstif long \1l .\I A 'H ;\ i'. -
th standing. ;
.h 4-iiaiiTrtl "he shall be tin; unparrjllt-lfd
*Ihli! < r ," paid returning that it is entirely I dl': nsilI1I1lhat i uule, oJpnI I crss vv hii-ii h has met with mice suc- 3d jschirnnor Glandular Tumours particularly

d. .uS lIaCt' ot n !ldl'IJ'l' sillon bv t fmt'f* first come t'rnni Smith ( !miliui._ _. I adopting it a-j his tho u thit___ profession and since the uiiiic: : lit ill!. ., to :1.n1rt.rillt- in xvornen's breasts \\"Itich oftentIflf4 -
I vovtl :.tIfl'1 a rewilimon ot up as I suppn- the bill l-It'atllt.'ller .-a'-----' ,
terminate
was
a on the Statute Book, and the menus ot I his entire novel and; nuic'i! of in ulcerated eancrrs.1th i'IULIQUID
fced t 1"IJ! ,"lp'I1nt\] : dllt1il! soldierby: name and that the ruvcmnicni wanted no force. .S} stCflt. lie feels satisfied ti it it will ruert nppiovcd the Fel-ms nr u hat: nmu penple know by the name

Sj.t) i 0.\' (]'>:' .!.catltll: as idl the: Slates have done.- I : i is said by a distinguished( gentleman of Flor h of the citizens of Taluhavrtc, WIO wish njiprob.ition to improve -- of Catarrhs of etery deacriptiun.f IN){.

I tititi jj ,i 1 t <; ::' ;H proper tll exclude% mere :ants i ida that it was wrong to pa --Ibc i lillllin t it j I j their hand-wntifijr : 1.5 will; asuiii them I thru in f Rheumatic P.-nnsof' the joints. I F any are "1/1 -,.ani'". iMid' win ji- .1 i ,nprrt-

fjuu-rs il,'i"('r-, or tailors: I Ilame. ash) exclude I J i 1 would have K-eii better to have closed the j thrte days .ij}>]'ilifioii tluv. may require a sutHnent Gth grains ami! Bruises of every description or in only: and unrxupphd rfputation ol" this aticl,

Id'l'f1! : \. ,idea w.i<, and i,,, tint! a soldier! ins ol: South Carolina! -to have abolished ports Kn-.u !I'c.e .,' th.-. > sYIotlnr.\9.\\ RCDDING. whatever part situate. ti y are uivilcd to r*ad the fU"'IIJp; rt"fc'laLle le>t.
I i the custom Aprn20th Ib3>. 7th Tetters of all Kind! In tlii the iiv-nytothe fact, and lo make
oie -
compJaint. triul
rrtt tl) m the place whete ne etillM.1, until j houses that I Slate 3.lif I pnticnt lo iiifr.e.ves._
I in blockaded her ports &.c. until -:::__ :-- ___ ___ __ ii: applying the Ointment: must the The importance- having ih '
___ keep best V\
fce i>' nri c.itd oil'in: 1 tlu 1 i service" of hi country, I iihc did Mihmit." -- 1a.a -.oL- s--a--..tz... .... of part very 01 rtl'r.
out
l. i'of lellMa wa'er Ink i is tt.f vvcltknwn to l le
''t'' thni ;n1 :it no (0 vole in other( L n..ii.u.ii ; in the i'ual Oifi.-c at mnentirlra! d. ThishlJ"j! has
rlgIt
S > any place I bth .
think Chilldain
cannot. so-This( measure would :have Tallahassee on the 3L.1 day uf Murch lr".J3" or parts atlected by fro-. bt.cn in u>e fjurtfn yr-\r-: and the testimony -
- pr.ttt ne i- !.-ciz irg&tJ To exclude: him on any ruined the peaceful and patriotic Cit tZCIIS of the t.sI' lalo-ii! .,iii on or before tie 3'Hh' June will ; it It id also out of the tth.t remedies /fill' Burn and I in:; it u> the same from all parts of the country.reIect .

11. l' !' .l'IIC71111tl, he, to deprive him cit'thIC State-and beside! : it would] have been conniving i lo the Uln.'ral Pos Oj'Ice: a' tkad leiltrs.L ox; M-IU Scalds It eases the jiuiu and drav\s: the tire out in a I R' ( '! nrfalion"i.flfConr .

r .11 t ,\\n ',iLlt right of a freeman, ou account ofT" at treason.If :\IlilIod, L<-\\ .Ujloncy John short time. I I L'cgictrr .yti.cts Oj eef.\". Orleans,Jxn. 26,1312: 'J

", $:,1:1:1. : :1r. Editor: we inve: n National) Government Alli"f.od I, (L'li.xil'S: l Mrflony! ,,Ziiius For Inflamed \rorllf n'J Breasts ami dlandu'nr! I : :s-.rs. M.iiNAiU iw ; oTc:': g *i.ti.intn, haviruj

t :il'ii :a i puhiu-Jtion i id made y.u are at liberty (Gov. Tyler to the Aikl:''I. lUnry iiuiriy i Barns II. Swiiiling: it is superior to any rredicine vet known to useti yoyr Ink: for K'HUU two Yt'ftrs.'f' have the pica-
contrary
I ."l! (lln> IM'C.voars : i i' notwithstanding) that .\111l/lj I, f.llIicJ I It'jrlulu I the medical ficultv it is marh safer' than mercurial I surf1 lo inform you that ue .Ur.cllt ii-' be of a superior

1 !11 ; truJOS.!, WHITE.. stituu'jnnl uoveriiment a constitutional it ('lie-anti li>r con .\Itlt'f I.I II, James Wilier, \\rv 1:11:111c.: -\w l11. C. 2 I of any piepartion of that rmuenal,) beiaiire it t2ues I ijuf'!y, rtrnl the be.it \\t; 1nvtever used. It. llous wej
he
must not the .
.1. \ H..._,\ Ls. purposes slIprellle-and if it Atiso-i! Ji.linAmin )I ilk, lay patient liable to mjcry from exj.-oie to I aid gIrt a perman nt black.AXTOMO .
i is feidicnce Stephen cold.
supreme > H due to its h\vs: and when w ThmnnsAiid Mill l : Y"IIl'" nsp' ctt'illy,

necessary inus: ''C L'nl'n cd.-It i i.. sd: ; that there i !"< vv Tb'lllIaJ.. AririiiiuldJlnrrtJI Thi Ointment has corodsor sof many years stand D CRUSIt, ;iJttrofC01lrty.nu.

COlr.ml:lira't'd. is a renifdy; aganu' I lie law, however: ron>iiiuiionil Ad.ini>, William: : Willitim.Mcjidowg, Uaniel A. i ing. Where it i is itcpo".-il>le or impi 1iiPrIL to heal the CliAKLlBAYU.N, ltj>nty Ke.isttr.Ojict .
CO1"i'ENCV.-1 at :.hijton: cHy t'I ) it \juc'r. external sorr, in cw.n*'.' : nt'the l, bank U. .S. L'iicinnuti
: & \ UL'-udl1 .i: ; bi.l what i i. that I lernedy I ? Allui, 1 U. C. 3 ; John 'lUC.Cf' one hfcymm" Lhe.7, 18-il.:
rh'', t.I,1< 1 10 relt: .ilh'.ltJI! ge u j; tjuiar, name i It is the I holy right! of rcneiii'in!-':.'..elm as it A rnt'r, John \J'lra. Thomas, can ns or rotten, it will stop the prnre of the earnincr -*, The Ink i'< wdr of \liI\'IHHtt aiit jSnyr*' ha, tt-n

)r 'II' b"lwtiUOIS, : the 1'ormul.f of{ t'se'!: Palace by succeed or not, 1 is revolution i>r treason.Gen. $ may i .\ ,, Willis Murryman, Jhn i i.1st'i 'ae the quantity ol till discharge, remove the offenive :: lived hi this Office for several years. Wt mid it ip erLr -

Lw j1 in* |11\1",> political I Ineiid, 'savieur nl* Ctllltrn Brady, Shiiori iU'Ler' Jam Fmell, and eise: the plIn. : to any we have ever u ed. BETSOi. Cat.ier.
tlll'j I by declaring: hi* political I creed s I It tlie!
cure' worst Felons Whitlow-. 'Krgrslert .\
or OQ'tct eic-York
)IHHn" I lie come iiojue an-1 finds tIe; deserves Burriir, >. L. on an application Uct. 23, l3l.
flloody
.
I Ihf confidence and of his fellow! Benjamin i of 4s houi-J. Messrs. MAT.N'AKD & jN'oihs'
in serve 1.0 loiijitT, wnai i: l.e; to do? Noblj: to 'I I support Brown, Gtoi c Muichi&on' :
citi/ens. He comes out openly and candidly like! James : ltht.'umatislII""ilich have stood p<> long a to (become* : Gentlemen,-Having used! Irk about
si
l the other side. 1 iris i is political! ) j'j'kt' Bjllcr! J( I'JI C. Nidtlc, I ; your x ytarj,
Van Burens-m. A cindid.ilc: lor uifice consLienn'; declares an honest highmindkd patriot, and promises 1 faith B,'land!, Join Newton; lfzaiJth and Halhnd a nv>tei: aMc ili oider. reijtinej f medicuu- he taKca inwardly we have t
fully to rrpreseaii: us if elected. That he will do Brantly John; to remove them eniirt-ly. but in mot cotnuuncaes we hav'f ht-relnforf ud, and as -u:.tfr.ferfti.lj recom
i'l: rll a j ers nal I and political f friend of a Nicholson! Duncan thid Ointment mend iu '
nnnnu. 'i I this there can: be 110 doubt ; anti that he will Bjdu \li- s. E. K. Oiu-il by applying exterualiy dnectt-d Respectfully, yoarf-bcd !. tn'.
guard: : C. B.
. IIAS jj',t pub.i>hrd the caniinal Iuctl'ial"s l of and it will i give ic&f, And even in old p"o"lt I vhospniiinhave JAMFS: M'MI/RRAY
- promote the inte.vistoftiic 'IViriloiy i ilcn1)! v, Ktumih:: I'.is-iet Francis ,
we ,
It* fftt.i i u'i j 1)\'l'rulUt'nt. and the consli ut OIl of I IJI lJe'e.!: 11U.LI Bradford; K. 11. I'I'KCrV been of lunger standing, It \\ ill case thepain DA V'IDOL ADD.
I:nred J5Mte". I 1I If tiuls it IUi.un '
loe.s
< not Like with .rEOG1101: iMER.
*
Burn-
; voters: and to the rijrM-abotit; wheel 1iHfl5 )I have no wMi to prejudice the friends of Col. .. >hnBia Porter, John S. To sea captain and master of voxels this ointment The above valuable! artiflfs be lad at wholesale
may
r\eil
: iul

I I "White a .lin.t him, if I could ali that I vim) K, J'ent.trvis. J uzOal.1 must be valuable in winter and! retail
out :aiMiriM; tiie primary cardinal doctrines I ; is JlIulS very on our coast it bring m a snmll advance the manu1a..nres
ins MAUN US Ai'l'OLLO.( In future {I. that the people; may be permitted to vote 'I I e.-y.tiI ifJll.u., Cd v.rd Turret, EJney I VITV certain in its efiect on Chilblains or part.all ctctl I l'rI'tot E. B. PERKINS, .1gntl.
a poll! illde'I'I \ JI.pe Jacob
cal friend is to be understood peadly, and that neither of the jrentlemen! Dan ( with tWISt likewise preserves us juahiie in all cli- Tallhts'f': January5th_ 1S33.: 2of;
I' to be one who does 1 us be slandered : lII, Jei'C.: 1'utttl, W.lliarnG. ;
It agree. III polaics:: with his bt'tieldctor. As I or reduced from party motives. CrulU.1. rs. Tope, Nuthanflr mat"A -NE" -
long; I have but had the large mass of to tiin.iny pros ing the value of this .GOODS.
very recently honour of t.PallI Mi-.s.
tIll ; : : tiou a slight> Mary Ann .Malacla
pot-Liii
is pipular, ue must stick to itbutuhuiit L 1 .iiny, most e.\-llenl ni'-dicine \ ill l>f ihcwn to those \\ liovvihti.itt.er
acquaintance Col.
tne and really, sir I tmnk (2IirLtkbrt y, ...hnCausey Hay, John W. : E. B.
jsjiM-trtaine.l: the infornu'.tion ROBERTS
by PCIpJCJ be I Imar'cJldroJ he i on apphcalion to Ur Uc.s- & Oo.A'K
: ; : : ; it hkc a lio'l is an honour to the Territory ; but 1 s.iou'd; : l every r>litn'id fl. H.:1I1!, t'.imuel tons, or (Li any uf his auth! <>ri/ed u enU. .

. \1 r. J 'riersoava-, ri,"iil when potatoe.!Ic said some were, I I1 tIe lotti to viy.that% I thought'iiiin: uncquaied in Chairc.Tdni i'oksl: :], Wjlimm Peter; U.i-od: Charles G. The above mcdiciiie sold! by t-prtial appoiutmeiit ofi jJ1.L J lately of ctivcd trom e\\-York a. gentrilassortmeiu

. it born'iissos) and others with j jt'fI Territory. Itoj nolds, Thomas the patentee and warranted genuine.i .
'J'.t, ptt' .le: lamest l spur' on to ride; ,'i My lea.sons then 1 for voting for Gen. Call 1 are. I Craii* y, Henry 1 Ith.ll"Js, .loiin U. i I B. i'LKKIiNS. DRUGGIST.'falalasee. DRY-GOODS,
are
t, nte'Ii! .:ent, consisutand j C'Jrh't tl'lte; lii ber'- \ViiliamKicnarUMJti !
simply because Gen. Call is the I Fd'rua'yttlt: letl. 27t1.AULI'1'Al
'JtFItiC.: 1"lie\ desue that IlIl'nllall I I p''i>oiii and po Cii.iirt 0:;. ,, J Luusfl'rdI BOOTM&SHOES.
ve a set uf principles) : 'permanent, unwavering: I lilical friend of the President, and U-c-iuse I tniuk 'Uhlrtl1, lill KoiiM-, JamesKatciU ." CLilE FUR riili IPJflffWEVEI ,

J sold, not Lot the occasion, one tiling to d.iv f j he is well qualified to discharge any triots lat C.,\\all, \\. B. >rit, )(,lnClHlpOII. : inveterate, in one hour's application,, EATSREADY31ADE AXD CdPS,
lother may be confided to him-I have been of J. Iv. tiorn taking cold L
tiling to-tuorro\v, to suit the times and ever the t h'mltli; Hl'II1r.. by u!mg >umOintment. CLOTHIiVG.
011jl' A 'ptlitjcal Irier.d. gd L opinion that: all who arp opposed
lone \vno approves the : ;as now understood, should 'be ivjtcted from in 1'.mI1CI.A !-. Ch.lllWidPmiel: j.hu.sC.. W.u :nlt-t}. expedition (;I"e and certainty, stands unrivalled a small assortment (;t

and : iMilitirai! jiluiieiite, ojiinni FLOKIDIAN. Curl, Kuwaid 'ry, JauiisSnrvtn t'jr the cure of this troublesome ("Hn? aint. It is sor.iitii I-IARD ,\ ARE.
of
. ).f". Q. ,.,principles I.1'1.., .d the" pi-iMin. wiiose. t fiieiid voj I .o\prilt1t 1P3.1. j II, ;'t.J, ..iii'uiV.. Jacob *, .--.jvvcll ic eel ftirI in ilA iiiK-rrtlion. as 'n cure thi"- -- -,
,
'- -' '- & JW I'I'It'I11113'11I1I j' (.JL'JCl'Jtc-: :: | HI'i-J.r. }:1Ii ,!d, W libra agrefuble disorder mo.-t ellectually iu one hour's ap. Crockeryware and Glassware
i s political creed, and General Call his political !>,* 'y, u.n.I Sikr, FraiH'isoo phc.itton! only look"

-t end' how can l.c deny the proclamation( ? I MARINE L1T. i/uvjii, :' II. 2 :\"dcrs Daniel It d >e.s not contain tile l"M. t particle of mercury or ing glasses, etc. etc.

lakeeiiht-r horn of 1 i ij' liinn LeuDjlltil otliT dangerous ingredient, and ;
the dilema. II General faiftI', Edward S. 2 maybe appi-cl with Together with other articis
which
i II n, a po itiralfrifiid. heapprove. the jiroclama1 I ; ; ui T. MA.! us. -i..t., Let i Sal'er: billion B. perfect safety by pregnant Itmules or to children at f lIT 5 tIt on the moot many leasonaWe! terms fur tIeytTt1"
ca. "'r
he "n.t
d'
t. ajvrowd
1 -
he duos Li. V.
%
Smith
not approve it he I DUllY credit, ui their 'l
p new
was no political: store in llrue-streti. Tul-
.r nd. boiu'ioa: of tti- ARRIVED.Brif I l J.nidl, ..1r.;. L'acEv / stevens, Lii.n't C. l'ric>*. 37 1-2cent" a box with ample directions I.thaS Cl'.

; circular, he ;enigmaviwn 1 he; wrote 31 tril: f.ll. .V hilt\II".rn". :ins, l>avi>i L.Fo blt-pheiis, Lnutnuel 2 I I I DL'MFKIKS KEMKDY FOR THE FILES 2-3 If

i; vinnung m. :H\though tCj of Ueneral, J.-fckMu was '* \V II.i.IIU jji.d iieiiry, fm. N. Y. .l,: i, i.i li'.>. .S.trail II. J-c.ui: Judy I The proprietor h-gs !leave to rcconimeud (which In NEW &TORE ;

; lound t'ut :, 1 'corks' Jlalhm"'ljhc U S..tuvl i fin. :.. \ I'jrr iw, .lra. Ann So k-j, John! dors with} the fuile confidence) one of the most valuab -

J o f tow ill l h' WUs cast away like a i I II '.ik: : r, Ji'M.'h: :'\lIt.an, Robert !.; remedies known Ibr thi- troublesome: and painful IN QUINCY.
; dk eutry'' he thought. it I ---- FIll'\.r, Li&lliin Saae A. complaint. \ithout going into detail! he deems it
xvus .. Ky" er .
.
e 10 desert I > IlIEsnuscribcr h. .ved
froa
a siaKuijj! : r.juse.; I,. CL&uUO: 'aife1oLhi. !S. P. Siuiih, U ilh.nnt : n< u:n to say, l lie has in his ,possession the most undoubted justieiu I'aliahaesee
tats (le.erlJJ- : I d.r Frttis! fl.r r Y. and is now opening at the corner store formerly
testimonials occupied
the
s!, 1111I.lcrrc Jr. that it ha* more
l1p.] licnfra! ikcs, Jonathan completely answered
S JACKSON by .Messrs J. & P. and
I.e hJ.1I I Swift lor >T. Y. Petty oppo.it Mr3.
jJ"r i Ali.-His lirul..rItu! t ;\. :tncklltIdbs the purpose for which it is intended than any
aU ''':Ie. 'j'UtrejMiry offices and ilmii* 1 u LadyV.i.hm lon, for N. O. HUii: Joll.lJi 'tl \Vilhamnkts lonIi ii thi-r popular medicine h iul.s lou;: established rind well known hotel,

1( ::ad PlH\'fr C.IU no l0.is iiejriv" omptv-his I ni'jblan I. for >i. O. ( -\1:1. C U. J. WIIl/lg'>, b tvidLlord This remedy is perfectly innocent in its application A LARGE AND G! NERALJl
; <
et men. and tlJP NCCLKL'S vr he used ,,".,-.i,:
nusi'* are all 11.\ lUg ; -, .-- --.-- -... Lucy $ description of the comphmtc.: accompany each
-- Bcnja.
I - lIIglet.lry
o.urtiMMl: -
)u I rreeK-j und it to a 11t.corJll'Lh.. A lew. J ) j I C i'.-'& uIIJt.'I'Slcnt'tI p:...,inoior if tht Il.irl.l y, !C\'. Joseph TaUI1utI:5wJ racket, which con it. of two boxe Ointment and. DRY-GOODS.

f' \ '* Was trrason to doubt hi, mtalb : I 1 .. llIlr"l Sjumgs, on the U\\.L&tufe, known r.su ii.aivl l, Licvl ge L. Taylor, IlphrannTovviiaon [Iectuan". Price, 1 for the whole, or 50 cents if: Which are in purl as follows -- latest fashioned and best

r-iiou, laoye .x.> plKr to d 0 him revei C1ic." AStIUIJ'r.llt> ; n.loi.ns ti.e publ o thnlt.: v\dl ooprcj I ilort-ni, :.Matilda i 1.incs: : S. hut one o'f the articles is wanted. I quality choice and oil coloured calicoes,-scrcRFlNg

SlXEX. I arpd h hy the lirst; : of JII it. to receive VIMUUS, and U.i.\arJ lltomas Tally! John Wesley: : ITJ":: None are genuinne unless signed on the outside i CLOTHS AND CASS-IMETT?ready made clothing, MlfIuo

MR. EDITOR :-Vtu. inJopcndcnt and" gentlcUHiiriProfcoijducti l prouiibfs tii uc cvtiy tMrUlIh}for then mfort. lie Bolmu;, r1. Trottie, James K.TliovniDii i printed wrapper by the sole propiietor, T. KllJDLH shawls and handkerchiefs, t.'lc! and flrigr'o., FAHICNABLE -

' .R''\ g tie press, will: be able to accommodate) fifty or sixty persons durnij I lord, GroanvilleIladle B. G.Ulmer I i mmedijie succesM/r to the late Dr. U T. COSWY.! : BONNETS, with bhi"k n 'ri II f-titJ.iT3 and rich u' *

11, alttou: -'i xve oirier in outturn; as fr"assures me I !; the lining season, on a style a:> good as the coun- ) l:c.l on Ph.lip For sale at his Counting Room, over No. 99, Court L b OtIS for trimmings, wllh a variety t-i Oihci a.tides uo

t.c el\iuiw eiecnon; fc r deeatc; ) our vote I lry alF-r Is. tic ha< pieparcd a pump in the sj-nnjj i lingir!, ,.c.'J-1nin' Vuktra Brian 2
,v remarks Joochmg the to Coiitrrci's'p Inch! conducts the water Into the bathing houses, so Ut:1Il I \. ..'.11:1 Vo.lnla"tlmhIII', Peter pcciul appointment i>y E.; B. PERKINS( (No. 4) &C.
- same
p of! 11,( cajulidj'f lIlm.1 m favour ol'ei- I I that pcron can have lhe I shower or I'liidgmg bath t Jouii K \\yattVuliam DRuG1sT.'Iallahmssee. .

belore 1 tile pub ic, will t and 'cisous ron.in;: fioni a tijbiancc \ ill{ at no lin.s 1l0.H\lId!, U. \'\rJoiffe Ailha, batuel March lOmb l&H.: G.tf lia aloO in the gr--cery line, just received from Orleans -
cieotuily insert-\J J in your pJllt r. Von will I I miet wuii diMpi"'III.rnnll the I John l in addition to las old stock,hams and sides
tu: "bI"l: ille ..i i hy oversowing ( f t.c I V."right, Jt.hn\1- IlL JoH.r 1)\: Full itli UJMAl I&A>1.THE 1. ,supt.'r-
rivm
by t. tjt; JoLovvhig remarks a nur.:" )lIU1n'"I vvuicr tail <\ %V.tpS be oIJtun.d! by Jl: Ul't Jc,?.c Wenb, Han James the f fine flour, w bite leaf-lard.!
I excruciating pain- and defor
decrepitude
''l' III tne next r-'tuiiuiin 1 :_ u'I.II.yf the pump. F. L. ROSS. J.iey: Koot-rt \Vaiion, JoiiaiiinuWest ', and the old which GOSHEN CIJ EESE AND BUTTER.
the
I ) premature ,
I 'I. Call h.is Uen bocited! hv eniicmcn of ic! April CUih IP33.; 2.4w i_.ew.>, Id.men 2 Charles B. u.ual! attendants of *he disorder, are age suffered by arc Best quality of Havanah green coffee,sperm candles

resK-ciabihty; m Florida to I 'iJu11 .. .-t-uzsuant ti L h"'tClC('. iiomas P. 2'ihUIIS: John from many very fine smoked Scotch herrings, apples imj
.> jwrmit: his name I I a \.rrJnt ID us three:, t y despair of a cure, or disappointment in the efficacy pippin ,
k ran m tlljlusiti'lli to \VhiteV-tothis) : !j l'i Jclm Baldwin tu>ijr., \\ c havclhu d.ly aiicr l I..ohg Lyons, JohnLamix.it \\ ui'akcr' John of lime numerous pretended antidotes to etlect this potatoes, old co i inac brandy, do.Holland gin, Jamaica

'n. has: jriveti his .1S.'ClIt, and like an honorau j tir'L. .:'uyworn! p'O tfe ded to ir\o\uniCJ/l! of tL foli lI l- John \Vaker, John'W. purpose. But those who have made a fair trial of spirits neet as imported, old apple brandy, Monongiliela -

za v..Il always Jo, has :. :i i OviIg) ur.t ? i AH < s'riy, vi&iablc iu.uk or b.-anJ ;: L tiLin: r ';"I.re'Jll'akl"r, Samuel II. DR. JEBB'S CELEBRATED LINIMENT whiskey 7 years old. Winch together with a variety
'! c.me jilt publicly m (lis I IC'Itl., Jomi 1". %\ Dr.V.. of other articles constitute a
usijr, deeUiinjr, without \11itn: red aidi'M, tuib tong iiunii and appears tuI -naun, even in cases or longstanding, and of the most erere complcle assortment
!t.lat1 and prmciplcK.! Jn (1IsguI, his puht-,1] I I be abtiUi five years old, valued at ('i i Ju dollars. Lane, JOlill'I arrtll, Joseph character, have rectivedcertdin relief, and have and is vrcll calculated to suit the inhabitants of dutncyand
this diclaration of h [ THOMAS Linn, James 2, or clerk of AViuker John S. many its vicinity.
,
'euer'll, he J"n'IIJ] liROWN, been cured in a few days, some in 24 hours! as a number -
IC.I frcu.1 oL f says that he is the }personal and I R. B. BIJLL. the Superior Court.jLJfc Winie John C. :i uf persona in Boston and vicinity, who were formerly The highest prices will be given for COTTON, SPCAIL;

LJ.sllUI P4esdezn, Jack on-:1Jhllia3t( lit Tallahassee, this 9th dy of April 1813. ) Persons calling-for thoic Icticrb will nlcare to i afflicted with Rheumatism have folly testi: HIDES, SKINS, FURS, AND ALL OTHER COUNTRY PRODUej.
lilt very
Government in say advertised.HS I. G. SEAUC P. M. JAMES C.ECCLES.
its
Constitutional icd Ge,tific
in
i71k4flIl I TFnniT6KT OF FLORIDA, LEON COUXTT. } tel are the possession of the Proprietor

)ubllC gu'd.r '.m ah 1UJ U1eurt having ill view I do hereby cuUly that the Hlxive nauicd Thomas [ IdasJ'- 333 vv proving the most thorough and surprising cores by DceemberlstlB32. 15tf.

tins Brown and K. U. Bull were duly \vurn by me for the REMOVAL. mean-of ihin powerful LINIMENT in cases where Storage fy Commission JJussiness.
!
declaration he is abwtd by U* enc- purpose above mCUlI lltu. other approved applications had utterly failed.
IUJ Ule/,f'Ilte| opposition art [Signed] JOHN BALDWIN. THE Subscriber takes this opportunity to inform DUMFiUE'S EYE WATER !

irrntory duc.e tll hone-t and unsuspecting endeavouring voters of '1 he above estrny is taken up by A. Lambert. 35tf has removed Customers his Confectionary, and the public to the generally house of, that Messrs.he For sore or inflamed Eyes, gives immediate ease aid W

from the relief. On recent sore the effect oalutary.
of eyes is most -
support the General I L. 4M.. A Anntaicad
o OthCtXefl I Hereby give notice to all whom it may concern, near the Capitol Square where .-Where the has been
Ulan complaint
ical faith because he is of the same that I shall six weeks from the date hereof, apply: be keeps conilaiuly hand the best of LjClUORd o fall and in ol'years ittading .
.WUl ont of the kinds some exceeding bad caies.the most unexpected r* ',i.ic. Subscriber are now erecting huge and
purest pattil'ls that to the judge of the county court of Leon forletters ; -also various kinds of Wine and Cordials
,
.r and
any uh county desiruole relief.lias been 'found in the uaooHhis JL commodious Ware-House with a Patent Cotton
has Porter Cider ,
COuntry ever producedHeMr uf adrnimsirtUiuu on the estate of "William Ale-Candies Sweatmeais Pickles
,
: r.d4or: 1 should that Chrl tie, deceased. WILL. U. NUTTALL. : &-c& c. DaTerent kinds of Relishes at all times all ot Aye waier. alter every other remedy had failed. Many Press for he pin pose of packing cotton and skins, and
suppose this ,
ratiO of' G very ersons who bare used i:, pronounce it the best compressing Cotton for it will be in
!fl. Call which he offer liberal pre- shipment oper.1Lion
would be April 20th 1S33. 3:6* *on tc sins. He tender! his sincere
flOwn.trll eflts, to 8ufficicot, with thanks lo his aration for these complaints they bave ever met with I, in short. time. They are now ready to pirrthas .;-
render customers generally for their liber
,
tai men in Florida. him one of the most L. PARISH 4- MARTIN al favors the and peewit in case of soreness or inflamation of iou,g Cotton or make liberal advances on Cotton stored
-
past hopes unremiited
what the Preaident'a It is necessary to en I- P PALMER under the firm of famh, attention to business,year to merit a continuance by of their stauding. Price 25 cents a Lottie. with them for shipment to any port in the U. S. A.

ndemn his brethren public! faith is, before Palmer &co. % } Altachment.JAMES patronage. None are 'genuine unless signed oo tbe outside Their charge for fctorage &25 vnts bale by the seuscn -
Bnd print..dyrAI'rer, by the sale T. KID u Eft] I Inch if become the
ca be Hurely no man that) vs. R.K.WEST. propiietor, w they do not. exact they pur.
that a a luS8 to arrive at it. Every state OSV'ELL E. BUILT July 10, 1332. 47 tfP. immediate vuccessor to the lata Dr. W. '1'. Cooway chasers. They have a number of first rate vessels en r

eVer came from him defendant and all oilier are required For sale at bis Counting Room, over No 99Cour frt ,'pd to freight for them to New Orleans New York
con taws his persons S. R. K.
West
THE has
first me age' to polit"edIu. Lf take notice that suit has been commenced and Baltimore just received direct from street, near Concert Hall Boston and also by his special and Charlesu.n, and they will engage- to carry freight

t Bta te papers that ever Congress is one ( Utachmcnt issued in the above case, returnable to thf a large supply of the very best qualitie ol( appointment by (No- 3. to those places as low as any vessels in the. trade.
c grlCt'd the lelisbrn !;- LIQUORS AND coNFKciioNAjiT.-His friends and the E. B. PERKINS.( and ill'be made for of Cotto
congreb. Iii next superior court, for JefTenton county. 1833. lovers of .od no charge lightering
that mesaget1i te 356ir GEO. ) g eating and drinking, arc invited to cldl Druggist. shipped by them. J. G. & Z' HAML-EN.
YWAJlfiBu'jr.fprj>l'ti& and iui'.rt! for
: theras-ih j1932
CS, Oct 30
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4WS OF FLORID and enrolling and engrossing dorks shall be paid out of the appropriation I sljall take place, said Maria Hernandez de la Cafeta shall give tate herein contemplated to perfect .

f made by Congress, next after the compensation allowed !I bon;l and security to be approved by the Judge of the county conditions in her aforesaid bond
to the members of the council. I court of Escambia county in the penal sum of five<<: thousand ed, it shall be lawful and is coats oj\:;
I CHAP 738 No. 61. AN ACT fur the relief of Benjamin G. Thornton and hereby da 'J
f from clared
be
of the dollars conditioned that much of the money arising to the duty of the i )-
1' Je se ti. Willis. SEC. 3. Be it further enacted, That if after payment so county COUrt'
i WIIEREAS, It hath been shewn to this council, That there aforesaid expenses, there should be an unexpended balance of the sale of such lands,and lots, as may properly belong the of the county of St. Johns, or other $

I i'i arc unsettled, and outstanding claims and demands against this the appropriations by Congress, that the Governor certify for heirs of the said :Milan, shall be paid over to said heirs at the in said county, having jurisdiction 2? fl
the
Territory on the part of Be..ja-uin G. Thornton on account of payment, out of the same, the following demands, viz : To age of twenty-one years respectively. matter to appoint some fit and p !*' fli.
+ expenditures made, labour pc.rlormed, and materials furnished William Milliard one hundred and twenty dollars ; To AndrewG. Pawed Feb. 15, 1S33. person, guardian to the said infant jfr r*

R, by him, upon and pursuant to a contract entered into by him Mays, ninety-four dollars ; and to James Scott, seventy REJECTED FEB. 16. 1833. dreg, taKing good security f0i haf: *.. *
f in May 1828, with the commissi ner of Tallahassee for the dollars ; according to the provisions of the act, passed at this Reconsidered and passed b)"the requisite majority Feb. 17th 1833. ful management of such, base duty ftfS

: erection of the walls of the capital in said Tallahassee, and for session, anal: approved Feb. 6th 1833. And on delivery to him, shall be to prosecute Ue said bond t <

the supply of materials thereof and whereas the said Benjamii. for the use of the Council, of fifty copies of the proposed pub- CHAP.. (Y o.71))estate AN of ACT George to v'urray authorise' d >Jane ceued.WHEREAS Murray. to sell the real judgement, and to appropriate the pro.rl,:

G. Thornton claims damages for the non perf 01 mance of the lication of the decisions of the Court of Appeals of this Terri it hath been shewn to this Legislative Council, ceeds of said judgement in real eata 1

terms of the sr'.id contract on the part of the said commissioner, tory, that he certify for payment out of said balance, as contingent That it is necessary to the support, sustenance', and educationof as by said bond is contemplated. 1e i a

and on the part of this Territory, to a large amouut; and whereas expenses of the council, an account in favour of the publisher the minor and infant children, of Jane Murray, widow of SEC. 4. Be it further enacted, TU ',

said claims, demands and damages, if any thing be actually for said fifty copies, according to the terms of the prospectus George Murray deceased, that she should be allowed to sell and whenever it shall be made satisfactorilJ? fl

due upon them, are unpaid, and liquidated, to the great injury I th'reofmi provided however That if there should dispose of the real estate left by the said George Murray, the to appear to tho county ofSt.Johll &ff

.. and pecuniary distress of the said Benjamin G. Thornton ; and nit be such unexpended balance, that the said several accounts deceased father of said minor and infant children, and whereas county, that said Maria Fe Trams Ga "..
\ whereas also no suit can be sustained by the said Benjamin tx. be included in the nxt esti.'iiale ot appropriations for this Ter- it hath been shrwa to this Council, that said estate is but ol has truly and in good faith| complied2all !f.'

Thornton, in the ordinary courts of law, or of equity against ritor.I's. small, \alue, and that the expense of obtaining a decree for its the condition contained in her 3;

the Territory whereby the rights of the said Benjamin G.
Thornton, in the premises, can be ascertained, decided and REJT.CTCD Fen. 17, 1S33. hear so great a {proportion{ to its whole value, aj to be equally required to be given. Ii ball! and ; '*t
enforced, therefore, Reconsidered and passed by the requisite nMJ-riy 1'eb. J7, Is.JJ.CHAP. prejudicial to said Jane and her minor and infant children, be !awful: tor said court to pal an order mat a%

Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative council of the; the cfore( releasing her and her securities from ..1
T- rrltory of Florida, That the said claims and demands of tlv. 724: [No C7] .AN ACT and Julia for iho Held.relief of the children of JosephV.. .j He it enacted 1 by the Governor and Legislative Council of the penalty tli:rom contained. tle

.. said Benjamin G. 'fhorotona ainst the said: commissioners, and Be it enacted by the Governor! and Legislative) Council 1 of tho 'I I Territory of Florida, That Jane Murray be, and :she is hereby Passed Feb. 14/r 1833. meJII!(

against, the Territory, by reason of the said contra, 01 of any Territory of Florida, That Joseph \\'. Field be, and he is lyre- I I authorised; to sell the real estate of UeorgoMurray deceased, R j.cte /Feb. 16 I. 33. rim.
cxpendituie.s i made, labour performed, or by reason of any damages and make and lawful titles thereto. Kecotwideirdaiid' pitted hv tjority ,c renui.,'II eke
1 by authorised to sell and alien, in lie simple, a certain tract ofnd to gaod Ie.L' 17 Jd,i3- -j e oa
resulting to him from the nonperformance of the terms of la lately devised by William Harris deceased; to the said Julia SL L. 2. And be it further enacted, That before the said Jane the ti,

the j-aid: contract, by the said commissioner or by this Territory, Field, for her life, with remainder to the heirs of the body of Murray shall be authorised to make such sale, she shall give t HAP. 737 N u 60 AN \CT lor

be left to the deci-ion: of nr itrators. said Julia, which land i known and ile>i ic !soled ill tlio will of bond with good :security to be approved by the county court: of J east tt'achn theb retail nand_ 5 ,I

SEC. 2. Be it t further enacted, That the arbitrators to whom said llarn.;, as the north half of section thiiTcen, and the northeast Duval county, in such sum as said court shall require, conditioned Le it cnnctt'i. by 'the governor a mg.slat.ve \ l Jo ,

all thr matters in controversy, between the said Benjamin G. eighth of section f fourteen, containing four hundred acres, to pay the !proceeds of said estate to the heirs of said Gco. I Council ort ac territoiy ?fI'1o.bt

Thornton on the one part and the said commissioner of Talla- situated in township one, range one, south and east, of Tallahassee Murray deceased, as they may be entitled to the same. rda, That the commissioners, appointed t A.
1 ha-sco: and this Territory on the other part, arising out of th- : Provided ho vever, that before any ale be made, under Passed Feb. l-Uk Ib33.; by th- act of the Legislative council} y,

mid! contract herein betoro mentioned, shall be submitted to the authority of this act. the said Field sh.ill; give bond and .secu REJECTED FEB. 16, 1833. proved Feb. 12, 1832, or the proper clP.'at at:
three POI:-OIlS to bo named and appointed by the Governor, andapproveti 'Reconsidered the Fob 17. 1S33.HAP. : counting office ( 1 '/
nty, to be approvad{ by the judge: thtcounty court of Leon passed by requisite majority rue officers of the Trt3.11\ :
by the Legislative council and the award the
in prcm- in the of thousand dollars Miry of this Territory for the? ,
county penal anal (tour payable time be. rr
i i-es; ofanv two of said arbitrator shall be final, and shall) bind 730 (No. 72)) AN ACT authorising the !sale of the real estate' oDavis f ingot be authorised and for !!"
thtfstid the Governor of the Territory of Homlu, an-i his successors in deceased } are he rat .
ilrnjiimin G. ThoinUw, and the said commissioner Flojd
and tlii-5 Territory. Provided, such award hall be olJ c+:, conditioned, that said Field may at any time settle on a "IIIRI\S, it hath been shewn to the Legislative i Council of! authori'd to audit and adjust the :a Ie.ar r# t
approved by trustee, for the of theaid Julia and her heirs of counts Joseph 11- \\'achob for
me: a tract the Florida That the
iove.mor Territory of personal estate of Davis
Certai8anflervices
t.ii; UI this'f erritory and the nest Legislative! C.ounrfl. '
Stc..3.; lie it further enacted, 'That the said arbitrators ..hall !Lnd in .\lalJama'Iis Msippi l or Georgia, of at least four hundred Floyd, late of Leon county deceased, is insufficient to pay his rendered ard I to this territory IU !befit;!

com'flic a*. soon after the uf this act. be acres of prime or tint rate land, and upon the productionof l .*al debts, and whereas Benjamin Chaircs: : Presiding Justice arresting: apprehension} of certaiiu
pa-ssuge ao may convenient t:' criminals ae
char
f a certified copy of coin iJ'-cd,! M-iilement, from the clerk d \ 'itl"! violation rthe
and upon live days notice to thu respective parties to of the county court of Leon county by whose decree alone I .
i of the court where ii is recorded: : and his further certiiicate, under the of this criminal laws of this Territory, prior to .
wit : to the said Benjamin: G. Thornton, :and to the commissioner existing statutes Territory any sale of' the ...
1 that the land in sand deed de...criind. i i- first then November 1830: according to the .
of 'T.tllthassee: or m the ab::cnt e of ihe commiioncr! to prune or rate, real estate of said decedent, can be made is one of the execu- prillo .
the Secretary of this Terntoiv, may and :=hall, proceed to ex.unine the said bond shall he delivered up to be cancelled. turn of the last will and testament of the said Davis Floyd and riples low to of him equity all' and ju-tice. and to aI....

1.. into tho merits ot the said claim? and demands: of the said wised Feb. 8, Ib33. \hercas the said Benjamin Chaires, executor, and B*:tscy Floyd just claims and demandrcali l,
lijij,umn G. Thornton, to he ir te&titiiiiny in relation thereto, to Rejected Feb. 15, 1833.: widow and executrix of the said decedent, have presented a pf- against the said Terr: tory, (fur the renri.
adnun-ter oaths to such witnesses betide them, and to award Reconsidered and passed by the requisite majori y Fe.nuary J7. loatI'UAP tit ion to thi council, praying to sell the said real estate under ton, of such services. though the sametitj7(

fiu.ilU: the s.tid special} enactment of the same, for the of the were not presented to the :aid eomm$o
in
matter or matters paying
upon
purpose
of'1 .
controversy according No C3. AN= ACT for the iei.-f! of the legal repreteniatives sinners, ur either of them until ,"\',
v to and and made debts of their testator, therefore, after
their aid
j.i-tice equil.? having t award accor Jamis G. Kinggoid deceased. fiat of
:
ding to the decision: and arbitrament of a nnjoiity of s>aid thiec Be it enacted by the ( ocrnur and Legislative coined of the Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the SEC.day 2. Be May it 18J2.further

all'lliatorthc..: -\' hall report the same in writing signed and 'Ferritoiy of Florida, That it sins ll arid may be la\\ ,J I for Caroline ; Territory Florida, That it shall and may he lawful for the the enacted, That f .
9('..!If-d 1 by said three nibitrators or a majority of them to the I J. 1lnggoldidow and administratrix of James (;. Hin:;- said executor and executrix, to sell and dispose of the real e>- upon auditing and and adjusting: the sall'f'. .

Gnxcrnor of the Territory, who shall report to the nest Legis- gold deceased, or her lawfully appointed agent, or attorney! to tasell ;tto of which the said tc taior died possessed, upon filing in the accounts\Y.\Yathob., it claims of the said Jose Pi '-5|

lat.\'<<. i.ouuril.: and, dispose of the real estate, of which her 11I.s land, the office' of the clerk of the county court of said county, bond in hall appear to the PrOP p
0
i (>
z:};c. 4. Be it further enacted, That if by said award, it shall Kite James G. Rin_::
b .- .i.*>ccrtained and found that there be any sum due and oxvinjr: eatery of Florida, for the benefit of the heirs and rreilitors of the of the 'u-ntor)', or to his successors in office with security to be authorised are just and correct, that tiej t

to ihe -aid I'icnj-imiti; : G. Thornton: on account of aid contract ..aid"decedent and to make nod execute all conveyauces neces- he J approved by the clerk of said court, conditioned, to matte and are hereby directed fo .'4
nut! on account of his claims and demands thence arming; ; then n saiy, iu carrying into i-llect, the sale hereby jwthorWd( which the gale in guilt mannei as may'uest comport with the interestsof the pay over to the said; Joseph \V. \\ achQb \

the Governor of this Terriloiy, if he uppro'eof! said I award said conveyances shall l he as valid and effectual in law as if ex- the le all lopresontatives of the said Testator, and to appropriate existing compensation I laws for allowed by the th .Na'l... .
and .t hall also be ocuted the the proceed in the manner prescribed law the such services out d : ..
a approved by the next LogUIative council, i: bjr said deceased in Ins life time. l by to purposes
shall Noose the same so awarded to be paid unto the said Benja-J SEC. a. Be it further enacted, That before availing: her=olf pointed out in the preamble of this act. any money in the treasury not otherwise BE

1 nun G. riiornsor; :, without delay Irom the Tallahassee fund, n d of the privileges! conferred by the first section: of this act, thr7C5 SEC. 2. Be it further enacted), 1 hat all conveyances execud PASSED appropriated. Si8-p-
FED. [
N, ea h and t,%c rti olb- er of this Territory, having ot holding. such aid Caroline J. Rinirgold shall file in the office of the clerk ofl'' in conlirmity'Ith and for the p-irpose ol carrying into effect :1 15, 1833. thorn

fund or any prit; nu'ieof, on the warrant of the Governor there- the county court, of Leon county, a bond in the amount of five I the {provisions of this act, shall be valid and effectual as if PPisOVED1'EB. 16, 1833. !fowip

a for, fh.ill pay the sum so warranted to the said Benjamin G- t o -sand dollars, payable to the Governor of this Territory, or executed by the said Davis Floyd, during his life time. CHAP 73G 1'\079 root-
'Th intoo.t hiS PASSED FEU. 13, 1833.; AN ACT for the reliefcfAllen
in
successors offi e, with security to $,e. approved by the Pairclolh. *'l
rib*,. 5. Be it further enacted, That Jesse H. Willis shall I judge I> of the said court, conditioned "to make the said sale in Approved Feb. 16, 1833. Be it enactedby the Governor and 1 It'Jf.if

be mulled to the benefit of thi- act, 'so jar as to bring before -uih manner as may best promote the interest of the heirs: of I gislative council of the territory of fief\ "
'
tlh' c immiabionen herein appointed, the matter in controversy I the said decedant, and faithfully to appropriate the proceeds ill CHAP. 731 No 73. AN:ACT for the relief of William Hilliard aid other, I rula, That Allen I Faircloth and his *> f

between the commissioner of Tallahassee, and himsclt, and!t the manner prescribed[ by law, and pointed out by the first section \\ HCREAS it appears that the act of the Legislative Council I c r ties be, & t -ey are hereby disrh.tfgjriv'fed : : ; \ : ,
t that all proceedings at law in relation to said matters in controversy or thi act. of the Territory of Florida, passed 22d November 1829, providing trom any fuither liability upon, a bout 'r|

J shall be stayed by virtue of this act, until such arbura- Passed Feb. 13, 1S33. : for the compensation of its officers, etc. had an unequal 1 I executed to the Territory, for rent aHarh,
tots, and! then the award of : operation upon the interests of some of the enrolling and engrossing
t : su/h arbitrators, when approved by Rejected Feb. 15, 1833. certain public buildings at St. larks .;'I1)
I the Governor and Legislative council shall be Reconsidered i and d by the clerks, by reason of the! disproportion of the reduction of h i
the judgment of t pas requisite majority Feb. 17, lt their accounts against the United States, in asmuch n
M h t the court. -- as some of faction of this council that the said iaif- #'j&p
i t. ;nAP 726. [NIt. 69.] A.\ ACT for the enrolling and engrossing clerks had
Pas-cd Feb. 17, 1833. relief: Rachel M. Ttwn, widow performed a greaterpurtion cloth has already n:ade af fr 't.t;<
r; of Richard'1'uwii .lrcmed-ind< her infant children- of tne engrossing business of the Legislative Council payment : ,
Approved Feb. 17, 1833. as he is m and l :
equity bound
,
\Yhoieas it has been! shown to this council, that a certain for remedy whereof justice t Ui .
., tract of land containing twelve hnndrr-d acres, more less situated I Be it enacted the Governor and LegisfTttve AI" do. PASSED FEB. 14, 1833. 4 r
CHAP 739 ( No 82):! AN ACT to provide for the compendium of the qffi, or by Council of the I APPROVED *
FEB. 1833.ft
t ( err of the council and for other purpose! on the aeterti: side! ol the M-mtanzas river and on both Territory of Honda That the sum of one hundred and twenty I 16, 'r

Me it enacted by ihf Governor and Legislative Council of*h.' si nlr,* of .Moses creek in the counh* of St. Johnwas conveyed dollars, be allowed and paid v, l1 i'liam Hilliard, as additionalcompensation .734. Xc 77 L 08,rCHAP. ';1
; Territory of Florida, That the following sums be, and they are to Richard Town of said county in eighteen; hundred and twentynine I for services rendered the Legislative Council of ) Jane AN Aikin.ACT for the relief f<&::Je

hereby: appropriated out of the amount allowed by the general I by Achile Munit, said Uu-hurd J Town, being the bus i the Territory of Florida in the year eighteen hundred anwentynine d WHEREAS it appears that EdwardAikj'ng i | ,
government fur the of the I legislative: council band: ] ol the said Rachel M. [Town and the lit! thcr of her I t and that the of I the E:
l expenses anti other infant sum ninety-four! dollars be allowed I husband of the said Jane) in hisli j''
g ril
expenditures for the year one thousand eight hundred and! childten, but being :MUCH di-reasc-d: ; and whereas: it i H also : and paid to Andrew G. Mays, for the like services : and the II time rendered certain professional se

thir ythrcc. -hown to this uunl.il. tint 1>l COIl'y.tllc'e.< of said reset of land I sum of seventy dollars be also allowed and paid 10 James:: Scott vices to the prisoners confined in"thep t (.
a For mileage and compensation to the members of the Legislative : made and directed by aid Ki.l hud Vowu in hi! > life time with : for the like services. of Leon connty, during the 183! r;

., .1 council the sum of three thousand one hundred and nine- the intention of settling the -am upon his family i in, trtiat: the I SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That the Governor be and he and whereas it appear.that the year aecol"! ;.."''"1

tJ-t lht: dollars, :irate his been :so; placed and entangled, that no ndviintige or : is i hereby required to certify the same to the General Government of the said Edward Aikin is exnmtQ',.

v. For pni.ting' th,' laws at two dollars and fifty cents per page, support can be derived fiom it to said' tonsil>, and whereas also, : Provided nevertheless, that the aforesaid sums of money & approved by the judge of the sups W! I.
and the journals at two dollars per page, as contracted with since the decease of thc said liirhjrd: a sale of said tract of land shall not be allowed, and paid out of the money at present court of the Middle District of J."lo t

the cltDcil. has become necessary !tor tluMiMinencc and education of the appropriated by Congress for the support of the Government of Be it therefore enacted by the Cot .
4 For publishing the laws in three i infant children of the said it-jclii-l;t 31. '}Town then. the of Florida l
newspapers, at one dollar now fore. Territory ; unless there should be an unexpended nor and Legislative Council of the 'J.l'era i\i.
and a quarter per page, each fur one lair manuscript copy of; all lie It ellac'tcd.by the Guvi-mor and .Council of balance after defraying the expenses incurred by the present 1 legislative I ritory of Florida That the treasurer .
L -; the laws, as passed to be certified, and sent to the State:) department Florida, That it may mid :hall be lawful fbi the said Ha'hell\1. council. PASSED JAN.; 30, 1833.-APP. FEB. 6, 1833. the Territory, pay and allow the $Ii- .
; I tier another fair copy for printers ; for payment of persons Town to sell and dispose! of the said tract of land upon tiling i in Jane Aikin the sum of nine dollars.

a making marginal notes and index ; comparing, revising 1 the office of the clerk of the ':Ollilt.of, \-it. Johns her [bond payable Ciur 728. 11u.74.] AJS ACT forth* Benefit of the Legal Representativesof : fifty cts., out of any money in the tre r.il; r
and of laws and to the Territory of Florida the John Y. deceased. '
correcting proofs superintending the priming III penal aunt of't w o thou Garey not otherwise appropriated.
thereof; at one dollar and fifty cents per page, for folding and, sand dollars with !surety approved by s.iid, clerk conditioned that Whereas it has been shown to this present !legislative council sury Passed Feb. 5, 1833. t.',. (

I stitching the laws and journals, and binding the laws, estimatedtwo such sale and'di-position of Hud tra ;t shall be made in manner: that Maria Fermina Garey. widow and admini. tratrix of John Y. .rluJ>l'oved Ftb. 9 M '
hundred and eighty-five dollars, and for tiansportation o: uhu h shall best comport with the m'eiu>t of her said infant Garey deceased, is desirous of removing to the City of St. Augustine 1833.fil" .f
the look of this children, bein also the infant: ; whore her friends and relations reside r
and journals year, and of the compilation, estimated children of the said Richard and cannot with i CuAp.734No.76 AN ACT for the
at two hundred dollars, for book case for the council 1, 'Town and that the avails of such :saU.shall be appropriated I exclusively propriety do so without first selling the real estate of which her I Francis J. Avice. W Iie '

and ranging papers according to instructions: of this Session, for their Mistineuce and suitable: education sad that any said husband died seized and possessed, and she having in hcrown ; I Befit enacted by the Governor amftJJT' or.

et-timated at sixty dollars, the said several expenditures, to be surplus which may remain of uch avails shall by the said, name and a.s the natural guardian of the two infant children I- gislative council of the territory

made under the direction, and the account therefor to be audited Rachel M. Town when the said children become of lawful ati e of her said deceasedhusband, petitioned the 1 gislative council That the commissioners: orllinrida

and certified by the executive, the aggregate amount thereof be by her faithfully paid over to them and each and all of them' fur authority to sell and convey the real estate of said de by the act of the legislative *

being estimated.t two thousand five hundred and fifty dollars share' and share atike. \ mceased, and to invest the funds arising.from said sale in t the proved February the twelfth, one ;,'

To \\ ilham'ilson, for cellaneous, and other extra printing SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, That any conveyance of said purchase of real estate, in or near the City of St. Augustine, to: sand eiht hundred and thirty-t\'f\\ot

f for the Council at this session, to be audited by the Governor tract of land mad in conformity with the provision. of this act t, and for the use, benefit and proprietor-ship of the said inf.1Ut i proper accounting officer o" offictf-: q

including finance report, estimated in all at three hundred: shall both in law and equity beta:ken and deemed to be valid and heirs of the said John Y. Garey deceased ; where/ore./ the treasury of this Territory for t;,
and eighty dollars.To effectual to all intent and purposes. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Council of the time being, be au' et
orisr.
i Joseph B. Lancaster, for stationary and other contlngenccs Passed Feb. 13M 1S33. Territory of Florida, That it shall and may be lawful, f for the by this act a'..,lluried and,,, and directed they *.... c

tor the Council at this session, amounting to two hundred nytcltd Feb. 15th 1833. said Maria Fermina Garey to sell at public out cry or at private audit ap< ujjust thc Of F0. j
and nine y dollars. Keconsiderod and passed by the requisite mauority Feb 17th 1 a3.CnAP sale, as to her may appear the most conducive to the iuterests of c'S .T. Avicc: } uccounts or f.
sheriff" ,
'1 o James Bryan jr. for fuel, and other contingencies for the said: estate, all the houses and lots or out lots and lands belon Y.. and cole{ l tot; .
Council at this session, amounting to ixty-one dollars. 727 LNo. 70] AN ACT for the relief of Maria, Hernandez; Do h ing to the estate of John Y. Garey deceased, lying, situate I county of St. Johns, with this Ter "
Carera executrix of Aiilan: and according to the
Dt la Carcra. of equity1
To the following officers for their salaries being in the City of Tallahassee, or County of Leon. and' principles
; To Joseph B. WHEREAS The late Milan
De the
la Carera' of Pensacola, died justice ; to allow unto him, and p41!
Lancaster Chief Clerk, five hundred dollars ; James Bryan in Havana, in the Island of Cuba, leaving various debts both :same being sold, a conveyance or conveyances to makc to the his credit his several vouchers, aDd
to Serjeant at arms, one hundred and fifty dollars Moses i purchaser or purchasers in as ample and valid a
Elli
West
in Florida
and
in manner
; said Island the
as dences ol
to which & cr
discharge his widow 1. claims .
,
said John Y. payments, ,
dooi hundred Garey could have done in his
keeper, one and dollars I life
fifty Ann C. time.
and
executrix Maria
; Tingle, de la Care ra, by her where the said commissioners o'counting t
attorney Joseph SEC. 2. Be it
further
enrolling and engrossing clerk, two hundred and r enacted That before
a fifty dollars: ; Noriega, contracted to sell some real estate in any such sale or officers thAt
Pensacola of are satisfied
sales shall
fr Willuun G. Perpall, enrolling and engrossing clerk hundred is take place, it shall be the duty of the t
two which it understood, she was by the laws of Spain, entitled toono said Maria F. same are correct and just to allow
and sixty-two dollars and thirty cents, A. G. enrolling half in her Garey to enter into bond with good and sufficient
Mays,
own the
right, remainder security to be him, and his
I belonging to her minor approved the pass to credit, the co
and engrossing clerk, three hundred and by county court of St. Johns
thirty-five dollar children, of whom she is curatrix and in County, in the sation
i as much as it was competent of four thousand penal not exceeding eight ceo ,
sum per
and thirteen cents Lu.ac R. Harris dollars, and
; and
enrolling for to the
engrossing a Spanish tribunal to grant permission to sell and the time and his payable governor for on the assessment:: of taxes for the ,
clerk hundred and being
t r two sixty-live dollars and eighty-six cents ; convey upon good cause being shewn, and she is desirous of the said successors in office, conditioned to sellie ty of St. Johns, as ordered by the< .
L. Read, one hundred and eighty-eight dollars and eightythreecents' making sale of the real estate of the said :Milan now decendct t, canbeobtanedandto estate, and every parcel thereof for the best price"that court thereof; and to allow unto '
; Edmund Wallen, enrolling and engrossing clerk, two to her and her children invest the whole
amount of
to the debts of the the and
his
pay estate, aud to thereof, the proceeds pass to credit all taxes
hundred and eighty-three dollars and ninety-nine cents John educate her children, wherefore, for relief of the said Maria of St. n purchase of real estate in, .r near the City from said assessment, by ordercourt .
G. Gunn emoling) and engrossing clerk, three hundred and Hernandez De la Carera Augustine, m the name of the said infant heirs of John Y.
Five} dollars and thirty-two cents Henry J. Holmes Garey deceased, and to their and and also all just claims $#[
Be use
; it
benefit
enrolling enacted the Governor '
by ,
; and Legislative Council of the reserving to herself wands which he hold and ba
,, and engrossing clerk, two hundred and .ixty-five dollars, and Territory of Florida, That the said Maria Hernandez de la Ca- such dower interests therein, as is by'the laws of this territory gainst this Territory may the
though
seven cents ; WilliamCigjfer, clerk of Finance< de la Carera in this
and curatrix act authorized were not presented to the said c ..
hundred dollars ; To TurfU R. Betton, for services rendered of his infant children be, and she is hereby authorised to be sold, andno more, which said bond shall be ioners either until alb
jn the safe keeping of the and furniture of the to sell, recorded to the clerks office of $ or of them, ,;
,room and t.
Legislative convey all! the lands and lots of the said Milan inVest Johns county, aDd Leon first day of May thousand .
before on eip'g
Council, in conformity with a resolution thereof fifty dollars. Florida; and to execute and deliver deed and for | county she shall have the authority by the first section of dred and .
Sue. 2. Be it further enacted, That the appropriations he rethe conveyances this act vented is her. thirty-two.
which shall
same, be valid and
effectual in law to all intents SEC. 2. Be it further enacted, .
h made it rho ctutf cicrkf wrjeott at arms and doer .| and SEC. 3. Be it further enacted That :
keeper, purposes : Provided however, That before any Much s refuse for tbe'spa In case she shall fail 1 or upon auditing and adjusting the ..t"

.. .., '. I o. f'wQ years after tho ale of the real 'i- 1 of the sajd, Jbrancii JrAvice, at J irr :

a